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: June 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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New on Folk. From The 7 -Two. 9c.aA Youths Assigned Peae: Corps Posts Pica for 5 a.m. Closing Rejected by the Commission
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{ Rambling t i Charles Hendricks Goes to Togo; Turn Down Longer Bar Hours

i[ Reporter 1* Va 1m ore Brown Will Be in Chile

STORK: ON VACATION At Hearing Held TuesdayBoard

fOR MEEK:: : : HIRE .; ..):.\.. .'" on y

The stork toook another vaca Hendricks -
tion during the seven days ending
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Monday June I I. leaving no ba- \, ,1>
bieat Martin Memorial Hospital To Teach How '.... I ;Action. lulled in Citcnit Court Wednesday!
However, his vacation can't Is '
have done him much good, as he
appears to have come back a woman To ,Catch FishBy

hater Between June 2 and June Mandamus Is
6. he delivered five infants to the BUNNY: ,\IU10II In Accord I Requested in
local hospital, all boys. Hi time
for girl-quintuplets June, I 1964. is a n important
r month in the life ot two young
\ Martin County men just embarking '

j' GRIM; REAPER: KM on Pence Corps assignments In DenialA Suit Against Large Grove
1 TOOK WEEK OFF. Valmore Brown Iwentv-onc.
I !son of Mr and Mrs B D. Brown. :
I In the past week there'were no Detroit Avenue. Stuart to
! A that the frudcwinds I
deaths in Martin County. During
South Bend. Ind. on June 24 to
the seven days preceding Wednesday Restaurant cocktail lounge he allowed
start a training course" at Noire
morning, no obituaries were Dime University to remain open| until Jam? i Shareholder

reported Charles P Hendricks also twentyone T for the sale of alcoholic beverages I''!
son of Mr and Mrs. !
1 was denied by the t xit I Asks Court
j'l Charles Hemlncks of Golden date.
; left Stuart Wednesday June ID, Commission' Tuesday by unanimous -
r for New York, and on Friday. vote For Action
: A substantial reward is offered June 12 \\illilO on to Togo, West Fred llumherslone owner itf
for the return or Information on Africa. the Trade-winds, asked the commission
the fate of "Brandy," a black and Brown, who graduated from two meetings: '% ago for the Montreal, Canada real estate
white cocker "spaniel missing since high school here in I960, received extension of lime from '_ ant to dealer filed lor a writ of mandamus
Friday. Call Dave Baker, AT 70586. a B.A. degree In government S a.m? and met with a cool: reception in Murtin Circuit Court Wednesday
For further information, from Florida State University this The commission said it morning asking the court In
turn to the "lost and found" column I spring He has been accepted for |I would consider the request and seta command Port Muyuca Groves
in today' classified section, ; Peace Corps training on the PEACE ('ORPSMEN-harles P. Hendricks right shows Val public hearing pointing out than lime to open Its books, records accounts
to strength of a written examination Brown one of the pamphlets he studied in preparation tor an impending if the Trad willJ was allowed lute d 'rr I IV contracts; documents und
which he took in January At Notre tour of duty in Togo, West Africa, for which countryhe closing it would mean that all' Ides I for inspection.
SEES: MUCH CHANGE Dame he will brush up his three leaves this week end Brown is on thIS verge of starting a course! hurs could extend t their closing I| Fling. for the writ was Hyman
AFlfR: 56 YEARS years of Spanish and will prepareto of study which will take him to Chile hours L ROM nleld, who says he owns
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clyde Wick- teach teachers in Chile how On Tuesday llumherslone told thirty shunts, or 30 per cent, of
line of Stuart have at their guest to instruct their fellow-Chilcans go to Puerto Rico, where he will of two years. here are about I ISO the commission once again that I the $4,000,000. corporation
his father, Z. J. Wickline of Highland in the establishment of co-operative I lake a physical toughening course Peace Corps members now i n he was losing money because he The. ,,.rlt, which amounts to a
credit unions. He will return to Stuart on Oct. I 1 1 suit, ate filed against Grove directors ;-
Park, Mich. This is the senior Chile.When has to close at 2 a.nl. He stud people I S "
Mr. Wicklme'i first trip to FlorIda After about three: and one-halt 4 for ten day leave before going he has completed his two- were going \to Palm I Beach r Ann Gray, Michael Mine.
since 1908, and he admits that months on this. course Brown will to Chile Oct 15 for the balance (Continued on Page 7-A) County to do their drinking, and f' ft and John Harvey A! Hanlcy It. Jule' A. alluiir

there have been many changes -- ---- -- -- ------ that remaining opim would help \ In his suit, KoMnfctd Wenglu
since then. Now eighty-five, he him financially charges
the ,
corporation and its directors
came by train fifty-six ago?' Board Humherston: mid that if Martin : have refused" and! continue '
jet re
This t-' he made by whichhe Special Meeting to '
? County burs were allowed' to fuse his request: and dcmamU to
said was "marvelous. If I hadto main open it would putdown .
inspect the/ books, records, a C I,
come by train after that, I'd fic fatalities that result when traf.1 .
Jk couiu, contract, ducts
walk! Decide Two City Problems isle rush to Pulni (Beach 1 mcnts: rwdfmtas i ; and to Inspectthe ''I

: after. local bars chxte. \ ph)"lc,.t 1l1'OIICrUl6Jf the uwrelation l
FOUND BOM IF:, ., Commission Chairman Frank I f and to question the

HIIKRE'S: WINK;?' ,.. Decisions of undue financial 'hardship to t h An extension of Wachu interrupted "'um er ione to if 9 arrow manager Of other agents of
on two mutters a temporary ; ask him to recite statistics of fatulinet the corporation.Kononfeld .
Arnold Bauer of' Stuart waa long expected as the owners of the flower! farm, Carl permit allowing the flower farm reuniting from such rushes maintain 1. that Thomas
trolling on the Gulf Stream edge result fsiomnpt I meeting of City I Schramm Jr, and William Glad to continue operation as a aonmg I Humbcrslone replied that he A. Lturtland. manager of the I
Con1 1i be held at den. : has- long since expired. .
off St. Lucie Inlet Sunday afternoon City exception had "asked for" tho statistics hut grove refused ",kit
Hall June II at 3 -- ----
when he spotted a floating! on Thursday had not received them refuse'! hint the right to physical
barnacle-covered wine bottle. He pin.The i I Commissioner; ; Edward l Miller I ly Inspect the property' and has
retrieved it, found a note inside first, an application f* a Palm Springs Isles Newest then repealed his statement: madeat d refused to furnishInfo'I II '' to
indicating that It had been tossed colored undertaking establishmentSuch I tasthrir meeting: when the' request hun on the physical nature and
overboard -j by; Cliff -Jacobscn of in Little Dixie, awaits the outcomeof made. Ha said he felt I condition of the property.
the motor-ship "Benefactor," Harrison a meeting of the Planning Advisory Palm City Area SubdivisionA most people who were "desirable" Ronenfeld writ asks Judge C.
Une, at the Southwest India Board on Wednesday evening could complete (their drinking by Pfeiffer Trowbrldge to allow, hint
dock in London on Jan. 9, 1964 at which time I the repot of plat for a new sixty-acre subdivision I Canal 2J and the St. Lucie County 2 am and that he personally I R 4 and his employee to limped all records
M 1 dropped him a note," aid i a aub-committcc on zoning in that called Palm Springs Islet I Line (Continued on Page 2-A) and property to determine:
Bauer: "Found bottle Where' area will be studied by the bourd was presented and accepted by I The elaborate plat impressedthe I ((1)I) The true value of Rosen-
wine'!" and a recommendation made the Martin County Planning and Zoning Commission and visitors dap'N' fclds stock
The second concerns complaintsby Zoning Commission at a meeting It was drawn-up by Green Ic s, Lease Recorded ((2)) If there are funds available
Krueger Park residents against Monday night I I Arbogast and Montgomery, engineers I with which to pay dividends to the f
noc-FtriD: nts Schramm Flowers, Inc. One resident i The new subdivision I Is owned by corporation stockholders.
INVADING RIVERAn Mrs. Elsie Brannan, has i Palm Springs Isles, headed by The plat will now go to the On Asphalt Mix (3) Whether or not the drain
odd-looking critter Is the complained over a period; of several I County Commissioner Edward Miller Martin County Commission for of tho corporation; are being: properly ;
months that the odor of sprays I I in for 'IREN'IY-SEVEN: : POUNDS of spoiled sea trout sire held aloft I administered and
dog.faced eel and how the big It is located off old Murph approval regular (process managed by
snook and tarpon love them. The and fertilizers has been detrimental Road and is bounded by Martin subdivision projects. I Plant LocationA by Tiny" Hopkins, who caught the trio on live mullet t from the the corporate officers and agents::
dog-faced eel, which make periodic to her health At Mon.day's _._-- St. Lucie Bridge last Friday Hi made the catch in the middle! of in charge.
regular meeting of the com lease" for land in St l.uciehll. is of the most successful snook and Rukcnicld aNo alb that thecorporation'
migrations to the St. Lucie, the day Hopkins one trout I
mission/ Judson Fuller, another
Fiftieth Anniversary Recognition Subdivision which Dickcrson book be opened to
chose lust weekend to arrive in Krueger Park resident, stated thata on fishermen In the area. him
the broad bay at Port St Lucie, doctor had said that the asthmatic Inc. will construct an as. .. on a continuing basis.Judge .
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with the Florida Outdoor phalt mixing plant was filed in the Trowhridge will set a

Writers along Association convention. might condition well of have Fuller's been intensifiedby daughter Born May 7 19 M? Stuart office Pierce. of Friday County Clerk Dorothy Commercial Street Zoning hearing Attorney date on for the Rosenfeld suit, are
Snook and tarpon by the hundreds
from the flower farm.
followed them upstream, which pollen I The lease wn signed by Walter Maguire, Vourhli and Welles of
The flower has
explains why the writers had sucha stated that it now corporation-owns property Would, ..J.lhfi..... ,\" ." Honor .&rntt"' ... ('TOw II.. vice president of Dicker- Now Lives Up to Its NameCommercial Orlando-, ---
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fishing jamboree. Tom Way on State Road 76, to which it proposes son and s. urcenlees, for ;
man who heads the Game and to move, but has asked not Stuart Chamber of Commerce I Hartman and Mrs. Rosalecn Mur- South I Fork Ranch Inc. The land I
Fresh Water Fish Commission at to be forced to do so until next has instituted a search for a resi.I involved is in the area of lot 15, Street I in Jensen ing Commission. approved\ Commerciul I!! 14 New Teachers
West Palm Beach, caught: one I rayAll fifty-year-olds are asked to block 24 St Lucie Falls Subdivision teach really became a coimncriul I zoning for the street I
fifteen-pound snook with half an rear.The complainants have stated | dent born on the same day at the II register now at the Chamber of and borders on the St. Lu- : street Monday night when the from the Honda Bust Coast Rail- i Are
eel hanging out of its mouth likea that this is much too long for themto City of Stuart, !May 7, 1914-or, Commerce so they may be recog- cio Canal Martin County Punning and Zon- road to its intersection: with iun-, Approved by
The lease is for three _
cigar have to endure the present con- the person born nearest to that nized in connection with the celebration years view Koud.
ft ditions, and want the farm moved date. This person will be especially June I, 1964 to June I, 1967, withan At the sunlit time, the zoning School BoardFourteen
option to extend the lease for Republicans Meet
sooner. honored on the Fourth of July commission rcvooed: three blocks | i
LIGHTS ON BRIDGES i I The commission said Monday when Stuart's fiftieth anniversary four additional three-year periods On Thursday Night along Sunview Road (old Jensen ,
WOULD HELP flMILNG that it would endeavor to strike i Is to be celebrated in (conjunction School Pays Cost The asphalt mixing plant has lieuch Cut-olf Road) from contmerciul : ,: been approved new by the teacher have 1
with the usual Independence Day been a center of controversy: for The Martin County Republican Residcntwl-2A '. '' Martin Coun-
Joe Sorrell of Ocean Breeze a happy medium Thursday be. Of New Water Line to (duple* tv !Hoard of Public
the weeks Instruction.
two after the I/auk !
Park says that so many big snook ween alleviating the suffering of activity. ; I past Executive: Committee will hold its The plan had more-or-lcs always They. are:
'being caught from the' St, Lu and not Residents are asked to plan to league questioned the nonthly meeting 0 n Thursday, the
are : I the complainants causing A payment of $ .251 to the Cit) I purity of the water draining from been to change zoning Awn V, Welgel.I Vincent J. Na-
rte Bridge to Sewalls Point at t -- -- wear costume of that time and of Stuart for a water line to the the plant J lune II, at the community room in the two areas, but it :had never'' vitsky, John W, Teter, Phyllis P.
night that pedestrians ant endangered the Chamber would particularlylike I I,n the' First National Bank tuild- been done officially, Both '
new Martin County Senior High The j areas Kevin, \ Hit J. Clark/ Anna R. West
by the lack of illumination. Beer and Wine to see tome 1914 bathing suits School was approved by the Mar I Iy resolved controversy last Tuesday was apparent when ng at 7:30 p.m. "Special Importantbusiness had been adhering to the construe ,, Ann C, Crook, Mary R. Fritz,
modeled. i I U be discussed and
Unless lights are put on the bridge, to I trends j in the
lion areas
he suggests that the county put upa Applications at 1 These and other plans were discussed tin County Board of EducationMonday i I Crowell assured \the League and e i I lull attendance t ha important I Rosemary Shore A, Land William': Ter
ranee Robert
sign on each end: "Pedeltrian.u DeniedA at a committee meeting onTuesday night The amount was the county thut water from the said Mrs Die Almegord, were1WO Chandler, ,
Salerno Are
the Donald I, Kilmer
I entire cost of the line.SOMHIIING plant would never directly into and James Hern- I
the chamber go
ing this bridge at night do so at morning at tery. PLAN MW ROOK ON don.
their own risk." Might prevent a third measurement of distance office by member Ray Cooke, the canal. IIOUSK Ot: REFUGE<: I
F'L Ily Under terms of the tease, Dick | Resignations( were accepted
and W, R, Scott. Nelson, Jack
church Ronny !
lawsuit, he comments, from some between a a : I from
MW IRUCK.SA of : Charles
is The Huiise Refuge need a Coffmun. t
I coon: to operate the plant "un- Betty
walker smacked in Port Salerno -
hapless the proposed restaurant in ABOUT BIG
failure of the tier terms and conditions of whatever low bid of $6,996 for two new roof expected: to cost about i McClure I Madeline Pedersen,
face whopper snook. levi has resulted
by AH
a in
with I Martin I I Ordinance for A 113-pound tarpon, loading rules and regulations as may trucks: from Ulmer Motors, Stu- $1,000. the Martin (\unty'C0n1.1 lunchroom manager and Gilbert
ty aside lights on the bridges owner to comply t that division in the Stuart Sailfish I I be promulgated and adopted during art, was accepted \by the Martin mission.. has asked County ngi-l: I Stiller, bus driver
would be boon
a great to night County regulations governing I
zoning .1 Revenue Bonds Club Fred Bell to check the
sale of alcoholic t beverages summer tournament until the term of the taw" by the County: Commission Tuesday. One neer
I fishing ; was reported at a Passed by City last! week, has been stricken from I I Florida Slate Department 0 f ruck is a ton and a half, and the budget t. and if funds art available, CITY MtM: : 'IHUKMUY
I meellnlll the list by the tourney committee.. I Hcalth. o>thcr two tuns. advertise for bids A
of the Martin County special meeting of Stuart's
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Twisting Tuesday. Ordinance No. 388, which ------- -- -- -- -- ---- ----- --- City Commission will be held at
I Dfale Rose Pittman of Port Salerno' passed! its second and final reading I City Hall at 3 p.m on Thursday,
Whopper Snook and Put Out Glad-hand at Country Club j
JACK JAMES I had requested a beer and wine license before City Commission Monday Tarpon June II.
\ COWDOT; but first had to meet county 1 authorize the issue of a '
zoning requirements which state I $180000 revenue certificate: issue Last Week Weather

Uncle Dave says there's too alcoholic beverages cannot he sold for the paving and maintenanceof I Fish Welcomed Florida Outdoor; Writers. r.nip, 't..,. tllrlt Low Ktlnrnitl
many lawyer I In politic that's if the distance t between the churchor I city streets, provided* the issue I .its"" 3 ..' r i 0'1'
too many law that nobody school and the "business is less receives validation m Circuit I I Jane i.1.' .. 71 1 '!
can understand than 2000 feet by the nearest Court. J",,",,, . I j N91n" .I'""
but a law- thoroughfare. i j: "1 don't believe it," saxl Fred convened in t h. Port St. Lucie; So enthusiastic! was Elgin Whiteof bid: to the national group ai its : : : J
y er 10 there Jones, Lakeland columnist, viewing 1 Country: Club area Friday through the Florida Stale News Bureau, convention in McAllen, Te*., June: luu.-:::: : : : #;i 1 lax
Is no way forthe OWEN: LEE McKINNEY: I the homes, golf court" Sunday, found that other thing a fishing information specialist, that 19.21.. I mine, tempentgre. tdr ....11, Tsa,
Imakln general public crrv cor $10,805CIGARETTE GUS DENTAL DEGREE sumptuous country club, marina may have changed-bit not thefishing. 'he said* "I'm going/ to try \to gel I' Veteran I Jacksonville fishing 'rIP .
to solve their TAXES Owen Lee McKinney, ion of and swimming pool at Port St He caught a dozen fish Ihe\ Outdoor Writers"of Americato 'I writer, Paul Mains, Went around saIIT: ''
own problemsany The City of Stuart received Mrs. Henry W Schwab: 760 I Lucie. I of MX different varieties the first hold I their 1966 convention collaring one Port St. l.ucie official I,rt.f,;"r aa&I! fit' tA.W:WP.s:

more. P. S. SIO.80U6 lilts share of cigarette Stypmann Boulevard, Stuart, received "The last time I fished here, afternoon. here," White would have made it after another. He would 2.s. t: :: Celt Ice n: :,jl.n
Thank to Mrs. tax collections for April, the StateBeverage his degree a* doctor of fifteen year ago this was wilder. I'' The fish truly obliged The writ. "the 1963 convention" he declard : wave his "hand at the Saint and I Jun. scot 141 lane IC. sits ants
Herruo for her Department reported on dental surgery from Emory University De'"." ers, from all parts of Florida, were "except that' already spoken Sinner )golf courses whale = : :tldl e41
poem on the editorial page that I June 5; Town of Ocean BreezePark Atlanta, in commencementexercise I I Jones, one of some fifty member I welcomed by leaping tarpon, jumbo I for" He wa elected president claiming: "Anybody can have 111.\1\ Jew II ..wradt.ttI': lid. IUI turd e 1.4,Iij
read in this paper on May 28. (See collected $302.80; and Town : held at the 127-year-old of Honda Outdoor Writer snook, )ack crcvalle. channel of the Florida group Sunday morning What you people ought to be j ion. u.# a41 i 144: adS 5.e
you in Church; Sunday) .lof Jupiter IsUmi $35,90. I institution Monday evening.. Aiaiociation and their wives whoa ,I base and; sea trout. will put In the Port St. Lucie (Continued on Page 2-AJ 'I ...ll. rv .M 11. ..*.. ... till &..

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lll f '1f ITasa NEWS June I1, 1964 I REPUBLICANS WENT manager for Marina i
t A ? { Thursday PRK TO Charles R. HolleK 1 .
.... A GENERAL: CAUCUS nominee for governor '
-, w sr. --r. w+ye rnna I his platform at the menThe ,IIIe
Broward ( Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hussey and
James B. Watwn Sr. attended a I United States is ( "I i p
,'J'4 I meeting of Republican legislative ca's most important cusu"i '" it,
\ '' 57 cent of f the
rea campaign leg per i "vnuexport.about '
% candidates ami .1 i ,
I I' $47XXii(( ()(
Hotel In+ II \ '
ngford I
DRUG STORES i leaders ai the last f-ndav Watson a year. Costa Rica bus, '"
41S Winter nominee tor the State Senate $50000.000 worth ol J.D. d" ,. I :
"n .1 i
ti Hr and Mrs Hu \Cnca" campaign the U. S. annually.


OPEN MON. TURD) SAT 7 30 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. tgmTt rive 1n 6:45SHOWTIME:

OrEN SUNDAY 8 A.M-I2.30: P.M. 6 PM.9 P.M. ?
Most Complete Drug Store in )Martin Co.

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1 Dean Martin James Stewart
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1 Gt'FSIS the swim party tt Seminole Shore given hy Mn. i. Bonnie Pitman, Claire Dumich Margie Ashley, Vicki. Pam Axton,
II Brian Fra/icr honoring Mm Vicki) I>ighton. hood of the table David Duncan Billy Martin, Scott Feaster Other guests, Bob Undirwood Grant
daughter of Mr and MM. Bruce Leighton Jr.. are left lo right: and Dwayne Graham were unable to \he in the picture.I Sandra Dee Cary

Doris Day

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COUPON I COUPON< illCoupon c NEW OFFICERS of the Veteran of Foreign War, are left to commander; James Whealton, stand-in for Don Austin com .
I right: Edward J. Moran, officer of the day; John Murray, past mander, C. CarlMrom, senior vice commander, and Tom Curm. -
I Explros'. !. Jun.14,1968 I ..|.Coupon Expirei June I 14.1964Inwifd .I Thursday, Friday and Saturday

1 COUPON 11 I Irtward COUPON'! I Many Floats Entered : Infrared Film Is "


1 KAOPECTATE SEQUIN I Used to Detect i' 1'Tb}

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COUPON W 1 51e '1. WITH'\ 66 < I fast diseased accurate! citrus means trees of detecting i n

|I COUPON FQt Bis Fourth Parade grove looms over the horizon. '
Coupon..!Explros' Juno U, 1964 I Coupon E>plrs Juno 14,1964) The procedure calls for aerial r I I I (
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I photographs to be made on in-

Inward COUPON HI -. frartd films preliminary efforts
Iriwart .
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j' I A planning meeting" for the Elks, Sea Explorer Ship 405, UdSCoast lion:it) Guard, FloriuU'Voreit Serv,, rjy the the Florida Division! of Plant Industryof of ARINUROCQNNf1.h b TROCOLOR A _( [ (
Department Ag
Civitarrs Club I
ice and Stuart
REG.1.19 QUART REGULAR 1.19. Fourth of July observance In Stuart Guard Auxiliary. Boy Scout
riculture been encouraging.
will be held next Wednesday, Troop No. 171 of Hobe Sound Division Director HalL --_ _- .J- .
I MINERAL |'lustre Creme II 17 at 7:30 pm, at the new Acting
fun air-conditioned j i Chamber of Animal Rescue League NationalSecretariea' Hospital Denies Jones, commenting. on the tests, SUlldayftl'ondayand Tuesday
Association, United I said that a division photographerwas
Commerce West Ocean
building on
OIL Lotion Shampoo Daughters of Confederacy Rowell > sent aloft recently In a small,
II Boulevard according to Ray
711 i Cooke, general chairman.All Furniture Company Stuart Junior Nuisance Charge tingle-engine I plane to photograph i
LIMIT i LIMIT I Conservation Club, Martin known diseased citrus t tree m tREAT Ir; "FROM HERE TO ETERNITY".

WITH COUPON | ,| Won 88 e I to local bo represented organizationrarc and those asked County Jaycees", Fair Riptide Association Players, Republican Stuart Placed by CityMartin Diseased grovel in trees the registered Polk. County black area.on I BOOKS ':a WAS JAMES JONES'GREATEST... !

Coupon.Expires.Juno! .14. 1964 | COU.M Expires June: 14, 196.4 who have not entered! the paradeare Women's Club of Martin the Infrared film and healthy trees '
I : I urged to do so at that time. County, Stuart Sailfish Club, Sore Memorial Hospital has registered while GRFAt t \ UNTIL TJIIS ONE!
rmmrm II COUPON'. 'Attractive trophies for five cate optimist Club of Stuart, filed a denial in Martin Circuit "This In a result of the respiratory : \
I Inward gorier are now being engraved and Vehicles or marchers, Martin Court that the hospital is creating function of the plant" Jones MOTION .
I REG. 83* FAMILY SIZE' j I willIe\ on display next week by County High School Band Amer. a nuisance' to residents of Hilda- explained "The respiratory system ,
REG. 39 3 LBS, the firms them '
contributing ican Red Cross, Daughters of the brad Park Is slowed down m a diseased I .
| CREST I EPSOM Awards will go to the most beautiful American Revolution, M a rll I n The official denial was filed in plant and generates less heat thana ii
I best patriotic, most original, .
County Commission, Martin answer to a suit filed, by the City healthy plant infrared film is
Toothpaste, I SALTS bell on fiftieth anniversary theme County Civil Defense, Port Sa of Stuart against the hospital very sensitive to heat and for that
I and best entered by a youth or. lerno Chamber of Commerce, Port board reason the diseased tree will ap-
LIMIT [ LIMIT OOc I pmzation. Salerno Volunteer Firemen and The city claims the hospital pear black in the photograph
S4, C WITH A final schedule of a full day's Auxiliary, Port Salerno Little produces noise. fumes and vibrations *
I COUPON I COUPON j O I events will also be approved at Leaguers:Stuart Chamber of Commerce which are violating the city's MORE ABOUT
Coupon Expires! June 14,1964 ) Coupon Expires Juno 14, 1964I Wednesday'i meeting.. Barracks 854 World War nuisance ordinance.
: Parade entries so far Include) I Veterans, Harold Johns Legion In its reply, the hospital declares Fish Welcomed
IImI1Irm I I II floats by Anna Miller Circle of Post and Auxiliary, Florida Na- Ordinance 140, on which
p I 'I -- the city's suit I is bawd Is no longer Outdoor WritersContinued
in force The ordinance is a''
BOTTLE 100' I REG.8.88"12 INCH I .. ..
I J Kegel-Wallish Wedding zoning ordinance with anti-noise ( from rage I-A)
I provi lon'. It has been superseded
UNICAPS or ELECTRIC by another zoning ordinance, the Ing is spreading word far and
1 I I I On June 19 at Hobe SoundLouis defendants claim near on this amazing fishing at 1TDULLEA
SKILLET The hospital contends !it has your front door.
| E. Kegel. Hobe Sound, Dick' I AV "V
LIMIT I LIMIT I considerable to lev heard editors of ,
spent writers Popular
WITH I X I I WITH 771 announces the approaching i marriage Miss Kegcl is a graduate of money
COUPON.OI I| COUPON I of his daughter: Ruth Ann, Martin County High School, Palm sen any noise. and that the nosie Boating and National Wildlife
I I to Richard George Wallish, son Beach Junior College and the level i i. now within the acceptable magazines conduct writing clinics
Coupon fxplroo Juno 14,1964 Coupon Expires{ June: 14,1964lnwarcf of Edward Wallish, Chicago III. University of Florida. level of noise' regulations in saw modern tackle innovation T r
The will beheld At the she Is teaching other cities.A displayed, and played golf
wedding ceremony present time Morning 9:30
I I trial date has not been set Tommy Anderson, retiring pres a. ; .
COUPON U Iroward COUPON at the !Hone Sound PresbyterIan elementary school in Winnct-
I Church Friday, June 19, ate ka, 111. Previously she taught latent who is an aide to Governor OUR THIRD
m REO. 35. ALL COLORS IU G. J.9 .4 FT. SIZI p.m., with the Rev. Francis: 'school in Palm Beach County.SEYMOUR'S MORE!: ABOUTReject farris Bryant presided at the BIG YEAR
banquet Saturday night
TIHTEX 'I| Air Mattress Plea to Chuck Kindred president of the
State Division of the Izaak Walton SUMMER TIME
I DYE Beach Float I INN League principal speaker at the
1& Keep Bar Open banquet detailed objectives of
T4 state and national chapters and

ICU J < |I S0N L 1 471 The Home of Good Food&Mixed Drinks Till Dawn HourContinued writers.offered Ha full took operation the place of to Ted the MOVIE PARTIES

I =E.plm June 14.1964 |!= -2-Juno U. 96.1 David former speaker of the
... : ( from Page 1 1-A) House who cancelled out in his
: SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY wouldn't want the after 2 im. engagement to talk on governor- MORE FUN I MORE PRIZES
1 _W roward COUPON! I customers nominee Haydon Burns' conservation -
I "As a matter of fact. Miller program.
REGULAR 3.75 said, "I'd be in favor of reducing Kindred .pledged' "better communications
I Therapeutic Ml I I ,2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY the closing hours to millni ht." with i the writers in
Toni) Uncurly Florida conservation
Humbcrstone then asked: "Mr. mutual efforts on STARTING
Miller. I don't know your business goals Th title of his talk TUESDAY JUNE 16
I VITAMINS I PERMANENT I but I understand you own a was Unity Wins." ,
small flower farm. How would I Ernest Lyons of The Stuart
LIMIT 1 f)1 I LIMIT .O OO H FRANCES IANGFORD'5JENSEN you like to have your hours cut?" News charter president of the 9:30: a.m."TARZAN
I COUPON 3 o I WITH f ifH "I'd be real happy about! it." writers i organization, sketched .
.AV I COUPON Jk1.UUCoupon Miller replied and smiled broadly. briefly the accomplishments of
I eVpIn Jon u. t964 ..I Coupon Explrot: .Juno 14,.!.96.1 GEROOfRIG Attorney T, T Oughterson' told the local: Izaak Walton League in
1 bass, for
the commission that he felt ban planting striped plugging

I Browarct.'COUPON: I ,Inward COUPON. ",,- iSTAtJMNT in enough Martin and County noted were that open'these long an wiser oceanfront bulkhead park provisions, working and for GOES

.- REGULAR 1.25 I I COMPARE AT 9B4 BEACH, ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT places get rowdy at closing time. fighting deadly insecticides use.
There would be more killings and The group on Sunday votedto
I ANACIN DEFI Roll-On | LANGFORD MARINi AND VILLAS fights, and scraps mostly due 'towhiskey. establish an "Outdoonman of TO INDIA"ALL
I The court records show the Year" award beginning/ in June,
TABLETS Antlpersplrcnt whiskey to be the principal causeIn .
I I DINNERS ONLYOPEN these cases. Ban have made a 1965.At the annual election. White
Ll I I LIMIT I > A ACOUPOH living for a long time with a 2 was named president Bill Miller PRIZES
Fort president
76 C am. cloning\ time. I am opposedto of Myers ;
I COUPON I jLi H DfauHR dally, ttvtm 4uyt a .*' -6 to 10 p.m. extending the hours. Ralph Hager. Tallahassee secretary :
0MM"E'*'"** Ju .K 1964 Coupon: Exptroi June ..196.C LUNCHES DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER A motion was made by Commissioner ; and Thomas E. Huger North
SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES ON MENU Herbert Bruner, seconded Palm Beach, treasurer NEISNERS
----.1 by Jack Saundcraoa. that the Bob Wallace of Clearwater woe
. "Where the Stars Meet request be denied. The vote was first prize in the fishing coolest
unanimous. with a twenry-one-pouod snook i


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; Royal Palm Rebekahs Heard TIIF. STUART (Florida) NEWS
f I VFW Auxiliary Heard Report Ibursduj, June II, 1964!;A

Report on Recent Assembly SOCIAL NEWSOffice RAy fOl.r,1, IJi.lt NON JR.
I On Recent Memorial RitualThe
I I! Sl hN: ('RUUATEClark :

I The Royal Palm Rebekah Lodge ally Lodge, Fort Pierce on June Randolph Person! Jr ofMode
I nut June I with Grace Hall, no. 29. ,. ; AT 7-1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY regular meeting of I the HMesses were Faith (arlslrom !Sound received a B.$,. doUft -
hie grand. presiding I Among visitors from Fort Pierce j Udiei Auxiliary 'to the Veterans and Rene Burn In b MM| s at recent graduMJ .
Mae Tsimas. vice president of were William Volk Joe French oi Foreign/) War was held ut the I I The next meeting will be on July n &*MHH 1 fcNi at Stetson Uni
the department association of the and Marvel Golnich. post home on June 1. with Jennie I at the "post homeAPPIirtllONS varsity' }fxUnd" He plant grad-
Ladies Aux liury to the Patriarch uutf! study at the University of
Refreshments .
Militant and Clara Volk. Fort were served by Smith presiding.Vicki kflat tip/ law fernon has been
Pierce district deputy president EstelU Moore' and Kathy rjoug Pro..... Port Salerno. was I, { I'ORMtRRIH. on Stetson< dean list Ill'llIho/
were introduced and welcomed. 15 The nest meeting will he June 'mate I us a new member : .*: I IKINSrSFrcduiek : bpw roll I and served a* secretary

(,mice Hill representative to tI'e I msiilliiion, I ohJiflMlion: : '; was (ulford' to t M.irgarel of nu Epwlon Rho legal fratcrnilv .
the Kebckah Assembly al Daytona; I to Margaret I Kahn juniorviec W.llalo'e. Moth of Jensen! IKueh I HH( plans are to / in
Bench May 17-22, gave a reportof Esther Circle in president Alee Martin hit. the/ finance business at.nlr''Illrn,
the meeting. First tore! n and I Vicki Prosk. color DonulJune (larton Slgort !'herJa/ is a director man-
Meeting at bearer to Peggy Anne White. JnJumiownDuvid ader.supervisor of Tower Universal .

the Birthday only living greetings charter were member sent to Watts ResidenceEsther 4 Reports" ere given on the! Instillation Allen HershKroer to .
Mrs Rebecca Blakeslce. Mho celc dinner aid' memorial Sue Isle'lie Fredcrlcksen, both of urni-;; hi i' 261,789
braled Circle of the First services held at the cemetery. and Jensen! HoichCioorgo aquaremiles
Ma) :31. Mrs ninetieth Blakeslce birthday now live on oilist Church held us first Melh'l the I'eliean II,'lei pier. Campbell\ to Rowe Marie ,_slightly_less_ _.that), Texas,
in ing al the home of MM ( Jean Moran. M rtlc IIik Al
KeyVest! ) Cavallaro both of fort Pierce
Watts, ,
Tuesday June 2 at 2 p.m I vina (,ruhh. CiertruJe Murray
A memorial service was held Mrs Robert Barney II Kiulerion to Agnes/ Bathing Suits
chairman i
Hodapp Mdgc Tracy and truce Hall attended
in of
three departed mem the t Virginia Knight/ both of Slum I
opened with
hers. Sara Gnellettc, Linda Nor. meeting a the lllslilulion /and in'I.llIu.lion
Tic. and Emma JounJan. prayer The forty sixth Psalm' was I }s, of offers of the new' auxilmry James Ituddyilluims./ ti> Sin forVacation
read by Mrs. F M, Cramer Mrs / in Indiiniown on Simla). dm I Ice (luiuy. )Moth 01'| Tori Sulerno -
The district deputy president J. J. Richards presented the pro May III I Time
recounted the slate pre'idenlpro- gram entitled Humanity At Its
for the I I letup! of iippreeniion and cooperalnn -
gram coming Year. Best!
'k were sent t I"> IKnry km Miss r Ion and herclassmate
It was announced hit the distriet The next meeting will be held : kiss
died Stella Nowtijewski) md t I'd Jean, Seunion, of FRERE'SMaternity
meeting will! be /held at I toy- Sept Refreshments I at 2 pm. at the chqrch Miller Emory University Atlanta) dp;. !
were served. It'u voted to bolt I one meetIng arrived! Friday for a ten Jay visit
Other attending were: MrsJoseph per month on the fiN \\'ednetday with her parents Mr. and Mrs I Wear

For Professional W.Pcnrod C. Mckenzie Mrs. Julia, Mn NicjsonMn John, I ) during! June. July and August. I Ernest Lyons, 111 Seminole) Ave I I JO) Qrange Ave., Fort Pierce

Q. Baker, Mrs Celeste England, I I _____ nue.
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Rug CleaningCall -- -- pI --- - -- --- ---------- ---- - -
Mrs Jessie Horrohm, Mn Isabel I
Evans, Mn Ethel Wiegand Mrs irI
I lillnn( Hansen and Miss Lily M Y : 1 I

WARREN'SAT Furse The number of foreign workers 'I :too 3 DAY
7-1755 in \\est 1 Germany at the end of ', .
I June 196). was 804000. I
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UNEXCELLED Nancy Eleanor Raphel and Gary J. Steele

., .. ..
AMERICgN Married Saturday at St. Joseph ChurchWedding

rasn ar ups'i e
son nro s
vows were exchanges Saturday June 6, at 1230; p.m. For her daugl Icr' _
I Its by Nancy Eleanor Raphel and in St Joseph Catholic Church Mrs. Raphel chose a ; h
Gary John Steele. In ceremonies on The Rev Jan JanuszcwsU officiated dress with lace top,
the double A' )
-- -- at -ring ceremony length sleeves a scoop 'S
your fnsurtncs "scattered around?* Parents of the couple are Mr. Her corsage was of
If you have your fire Insurance with one> aid Mrs, J. Alex Ranhel:, BalboaAvenue Mrs Skill, mother of
agent, automobile with another and and Mr and Mrs John groom wore a green / / / l / 1 /
still mora Insurance with someone else Steele Poinciana Oar dens, with a short sleeved lice
then you may not have all the protectionyou The altar was decorated with corsage: was of yellow
think you hovel) Bo lure you ere adequately while gladioli, chrysanthemums, Following the .:c
protected against lost Call us for carnations and ferns The tide altars ception: was held at
were decorated with Tropicana winds Restaurant,.
a free appraisal of your insurance today. .
rosesOrganist l. Mrs. Marvin Keller. I decorated Bouquets: the of riJ:'s P: t :; :

I played traditional wedding music wedding cake centered
Given in marriage by her f.uh tahlc
I er the bride wore a pure jilk or For her "traveling/
BILL BERRY Agency gmra: gown with a low scoop ncek bruit, chose a pink I lice+
fine outlined with seed pearls. 'I I the white accessories. and I
I full bouffant skir| fluttered withreemhroidcred was the orchid from her
(20 COLORADO AVENUE' TFIFPIIONF 287-D966 alencon lace Following a wedding (
mg in a ,chapel; (ram. The end-I ami and central Florida I
t tiered bouffant ballerina. pie will reside at Kjiekam !
KMtCSCNTtNOiJMWKICAM veil I was held by an all Base Honolulu, i

FM ft CMUAUY CO, OMANDQ" RA OFFICE IQUIPMfcNTOsceola queens crown Her bouquet of July I II J.The J. H r r. /
Avenue 287-2399 feathered carnations: was centered I I bride I is a ,
with an orchid. ,Itin County High School
Jt r f
---- Sister of the bride, Miss Peggy' Belle Iks Business !! Je I
Raphel, was maid of honor. She Palm !Beach Until her _
fee a in with ft e nylon over taf she was employed by the 1 y
e a bouffant skirt: norm I Bank of Stuart
4 BUDGET scoop neckline and fulj sleeves Jlcr husband' I'*" a r
I- Tropicana: roses wore her bouq let. the local high school,
i Bridesmaid were Miss Jane Honda Southern (' i s
OUT OF BALANCE? 'Raphel and/ Miss Carol Raphel presently serving In the (f
sisters of the bride Their gowns I Force
were identical to that of the maid Oui-of-town guests/ '
HERE'S A SURE WAY of-honor, Ann Crovion' NeW .

1 1 e TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMI Serving as best man was Walter J., great.aupt of I th.e : -
t Trzaikoma, I I Mrs Vincent Putiil us.
('01'11'1.; ushers Q'lIlonhury// N. Y., and! Mr. and

I \ PUT YOUR Wilde and Trzaskoma._. Cilustonrmry!!

I \ MONEY TO ; $

WORK AT A Junior( Women Are / TA9v

HIGHERINTEREST Children in SunThe imer

r'1---- Junior Woman's Club of wry parade. I
RATE J ai meeting Monday evening Mrs. Earl D Ricou,
at the woman Club build: of I the membership
YOU CAN EARN ng, decided.. that for the remainderof announced that plans
the summer informal meetings made for a summer 9P
I si in July August and September will drive.
: he held at members' homes Guests at the meeting
5% The Junior Woman Clubs Cecil Melton and Mrs.
"Summer Reading Program began 'ook.. Hostesses were I Iii 31 If. ft. s.r*.
June 9 and will continue for Marstellcr and Mrs. 4efre ..." with
1 } i INTERESTCOMPOUNDED sit weeks. Club members will be ley BIG I apah dalI _
J 1 ay reading to pre-school' and school: The next general I lit 10.1 cw. k. tYMlt.
age children at Hob Sound, Port be held on July 13. The /eo1 .......
Salerno, and the Martin County of the executive, board
aw QUARTERLY Public Library. June 25 at the home of 12 9 B T.. finsIsis r h...
A flout from the Junior Worn Zorn. : .a.I. drawon age
"- 0 1 Offered to Florida, ans Club will be entered In the Nct, ll ..tt., kNPW
k l" Resident Only Fourth of Jury'fiftieth Anniver GIVE RUMMACU

". n j rUtS GROUP
First u 'III' Getting I packed la p IUY NOW $
Mortgage Corp. CARD nP TI4NS, tion? leaning out; all )' :: Z8880wm'TRADI

To all my friends and neighbors / eta for the summer/ ? AND SAVE !
who have been so kind and at it. put aside your
OF STUART thoughtful of my welfare during the Riptide Players "
the time I was in Good Samaritan planning a rummage sale
Eaat Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse la Stuart, Dial AT 0122 Hospital and since I fame home, weekend of June If and |
I I want to extend my sincere: thank call use it. Either lake GOODYEAR SERVJC& STORE
Corner Atlantic Art. and 'fodlan J Rrfr{ ty to ft, fierce Dial HO 1 3160194S for the cards messages. of cheer I Riptide Players

20th Stre.t JO 2300 Vero Beach and gifts corner of Akron and
Streets, or call "Big fd" A.T 7)2ft} 257 E. Osceola Ave., Stuart &T '71 213 1
Walter! putts I.I.L"I ski at 287-3147 ao4 he '

; range !19 /have i& picked ,, ,



/- TTIE STUART (F1i( I NIW9 Thmriwy, Jnne 11, 1964 "Would. Cost Residents Around. _-$45,000

1 1 f t 1+ City Water Extension Is I

I Available. to Pt. Sewall

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I In a report lo the( City Coin For the past week Nulhi Stuart ,' t thus cr To extend the .
;: ,
e\I'llIlg '
*Ht-r by way '
received Im
mission Monday City Manager hoseCrowdcr 750( (eel, past Sunrise Inn" .
r ine I nnc.h.11t Inch I .1 i I"
r C Joe Crowdcr staled that Cambron of a Iwo l and
''I Ie also told the Comnw I it fides to Whiticar B".I.i 1\\. "(.
Construction of Orlando '
Company customers in ,would cot an estimate I s J' "un,,
is currently installing a new don that fourteen
II I U roudcr C said, This would I ,
tenths of one m i II .Ie I
water main under the St Lucie the seven- .
an eight inch line valves i tau,
Boulevard immediately "
River at the Roosevelt Bridge draw stretch of St Lucic "
south ol East Ocean 1Boulevard t JpS and meters rcpavi j. ,"I I,.
T, span to replace the one damagedby reeeiving city seeding. and engineering I I",, tic
zy and last week are now
I lug barges :: :
Residents i further south added. No booster would I Id 11, ""d,
By working 'round the clock, water
1 cii\ service, Crow I: It is now up to rest n. ,.''I
Crowder said. the construction have requested
""ll"" s'' : it z zfa firm hopes to complete the job in I dcr said and he has obtained eninecrmg I II he area concerned to mat) kit:": :":'
M ,
heir wishes Crowder ,
inlonnal on this mat' I M 1.11 i iI I II
two or three days I ( ... ---- ---

iw'g' IS t J Garden Club Defends Beauty Spot

'Spare That Pond' Plea Made


wr ;gx To School Board Here MondayTo

xI fill or not to fill the pond ahead& with the project honus I (rook to cons ,li \. :''I i h
in front: of Stuart Junior High Years from now:' said'' Mrs I County Engineer Fred Bell """,,,

School was a point of considerable Coutant. the count) and city will eontmumg..with__the__ __fill PHlI1 i
discussion of the be mone to bring hick u
at a meeting spending )
that ,
i iI1rea. A computer cm |pClh'II'I 'r '
Martin County Board of Public these natural beauty spots to the
) calculations
( IUO.lMIO) ( ) per 'c'lhl' |
Instruction Monday night i I will when fully l l minim r,/ d,
Three local women-Mrs. Clyde Chairman Henry Kindred told weigh only fifteen pounds li 1l1

I CIVIL AIR PATROL CADETS, who were graduated during ceremonies at With- Moody, S Wheeler L Timmerman, S Bartlett and I h Jarrett; back row,, C Sipos Coutant, Mrs Richard Hupfcl and the three garden club reprcscn-I he able to guide space craft IIr "|1'-

am Field on Wednesday, June J, are front row: M Strong R Timmerman, P. D Howe, P Kohler, K, Bartlett W Bauchman. P Kruegcr. S, Bates, L Rector M r a. Carl Turner-representing latives that. the hoard did becauseof crate fire control and homh rt.
I' all the
the Stuart Garden Club, asked tend to pond
Johnson! S. Keaton and C Amngton; middle row, J. Rector V Harmon F. E. Royce, T Starnes, G Poux and R.. Sipos but that lease on a fighter-bomber
the board about its plans for the a drainage problem

needs off-street
the school more

12 Commander Paul Tau.ch and I Commander, Charles E11 I zen: Refreshments!! will I I I be --served pondMrs. Coutant told the board feelings parking of facilities the women He asked about the fill Tops In Design

Legion Auxiliary hia staff on conducting the instalIatioit first vice commander, Donald Kirk I she felt that filling in the pond
I Install'I after the installation com would. destroy one of ing in only a part-say one.halror
I ceremony and Mn. Andy patrick; second vice commander the beautiful natural in Stuart a third of the pond
At Post Here Tsimaa, president of the Auxiliary, Robert Peck; finance officer, Roscoe and that the board spots should Mrs Hupfel replied that it was ICINGSIGNS
will assist Mn. Joseph Makal Dis- Rollins; chaplain Roland Mmnchan Local communities have spent I con obvious the school needs m ore
u trict 12 Auxiliary president in sergeant-at-arms, Eugene about $.5 for every $1 1 grant received sider Us decision before going parking facilities but that she honed

Harold Johns Post No. 62 of the Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m. at the new Auxiliary oW. Woods, historian, Michael lilt- from the Federal govern IMltl: AU\KTI.t.W\T: : the board would consider Icaving .
American and Auxiliarywill I American Legion Home in Stuart.of I cert new nun, service officer John W Keller I ment under the Water Pollution at least a part of the area asa
I joist I 1'1 IHH nil Mji IiIn: rnlll'rM
hold a installation ceremony Commander John L The Harold Johns Post officers and adjutant August Thornquist : Control Act to build or renovate ltriM Cot'NTt'I.UlUU pond, or as much as possible, as

for the 1964-65 officers on '-the -local-pout--will- --assist!-! District. ___ to h be_ _installed___are_: ____---.-- ------- -- _sewerage. =-facilities'_____ bn IN+TATE lib:: 0'" I : a natural beauty spot She remind :
.. :.I EDNA: B. WE8TVIO t ed the hoard that" the Stuart dar NEON SPECIALISTS
lierreard I den Club l had contributed SIM):
1\0'1'11 OF HIIM I'I:TITIOXHilt
KINAI IM-<'lit IK.K4IF and would contribute more for Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399

TO AI.I.I \VH tOMIMMH<)\| IT MAY IHIIt : beautification of the pond area -

I r .3 DAYS ONLY COVCHUNNotlr.. li: hereby given that Everett the The matter board of filling agreed and to look landscaping into- 'I
Nlckvll ha. filed hi* final return I I
.. AdmlnlH mlur of the F. -- and asked Superintendent I Now at BAILEY'STIIF
6 Sate of Edna n. Uemvlff. Dereaiiedhut :
( he h.. filed I hla petition for NEWEST' OF
final dluhnrita. and that he Mill I
apply to the Tlnnnrable t v rnCrury NEW BOATS
Jr dimly Judge of Mnrtln Welfare Report
( -mty. Klorldii on July Uth t9H4,
Thursday Friday Saturday for approval nf tie anil,e Hid for I The "Imperial""V
float din'hirifiUK AlmlnlHtmtnrof
the hatate: ol Edna B. \\ealvlir For Past Month Bottom Lapstruke Hull
\'.f'.H..edJune i i
I Hth, I9nl.E1'EHETT lull Double Bottom
: NIOKttU.. Rev. Paul M Cassen, chairman :
Adminietrninr f Ih. Mutateof :
1,:..111&, UN'enlvlitMIOHAH of District 10 Welfare Board, reported -ALSOI -

TIRE "n,.I..d..y .fur tl .\diil IITTMXVMl ,imrator person. that were in assisted Martin (m County the tour His I The" risto Craft"

BUYS Pllh.- Jour I 11. 18. r, lull i. H64 categories of public assisumee in ILIRl'I01'i
i\ Tn.; ::1 rin<=i r i' -- ; TIIM' I
l in n r *< May.A Until. IIiuils Available in InlmuidOiilbmird .
''''1'11 Jl mi |"|. (UK | I'r nM total l of 236 persons receivedold
M4IHIIM l\ t\1)| t'UII wlll- suit Intxmrd-OutlMMrd
ll4111 Ml age assistance of SI I,94v nine
(ITV Ol SlUAtn, ) received aid to the blind of sW. '10 SLAKE! V ('0\1PU..IE.:

r HAHIIIM. Petltluiitir )) 122 families representing 423 DURABLE OUTFIT .
-Se \ children received aid to dependent
,., al.. )) children in the amount of $7.671; i

Ih"IJIII.d..nta. 1111)hnt'If.111)w' I and fifty-five persons received ,lid \VEST BEND"
(/ : C'.UK*! to the disabled In the amount ol
S3. 94. MOIOrC
THE: 44bAML,; : 1'HOI( 'I':1ITY In addition forty.five children .
0\\'MJ.IIS: T\\IAVH, 4 ITI. received service during the month 3'/j to 80 liP.i

(rt : nit ZEN 1 (IAIMIM1 ANT 4JTHFUH ANY KIOIIT.1MMMJ)II twenty-three of whom were i n

XBADEP-IN; TIRE CLEARANCE: Till Fit-TV Oil TO ISTHUHT TIN ArpbTTKI: IV' 1'ltoP.Y: foster homes The total state and
THE IHHIANI.B! HY Till CITY local cost for these child wcllare BAILEYBOAT
OK S11AUT. ) :>.hs'i. services was $1,098.10. i

1 MINIM HIAMHIS1TX KEIVAFTHl Ml,UK: Martin County is representedon Company
\UTiotiAKiY i I'nsdnllinli: the District 10( Welfare Board
MAY THbltLBY: : by Mrs Esther Fenlon and Mrs. MY Jensen Bench 287-09J6
r Charles R, Greenlees of Stuart
Th. Hint of Fl rlda. thr mirh the --- --
OverTires Plate Attorney of the Ninth J idlclHl .
Circuit of aald Htato, and the
TIRES PAIRS USED :.everellll\ .P'and oiheia owners havlnv expar-or

1' A rlalmli,", any right, title ir Inlore GOLFNew
t In properly la be by
: tf"t.'t''a! :
: ; :
the laauani by the (' .
USED TIRES HorldB, of the Franrhiee Tn Hnvonu. -
be sold
i/.Dll/ to at. TIRE S H..nda hereinafter more p.rtieural'ly Martin
Like new lirct iken. In fur nrlbpd, or to. he affected County Golf & Country ClubST.
In thvrebt her
any way are hvre
lop qiiulily t4MMleure; with ]Most Sizes "i tired to appear before the Or. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Just before erasing
All luhilew! JIM to "i.hOI"'trudloll. cult liifsjn Kt"1d recap In tie Ninth J i llrlal, Circuit of Bridge!: to Beach
cold HtHle lit the I'>urt Hence In
1'1' plenty of good mileage Stuart. Martin County' Flurl la. on NEW SUMMER HATES
pcs the 3 of :: 1001. 1
left All have linen Inspt'eli'd dry July at :10n.lmk
PVf and allow .e why COMPLETE
Ihipravera of the letltlon fllnd Greens Fee

e 3 0 In be the granted above and prorvedlt the Franthla ah..uld TaxKeven not 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50
% le Hnnde therein droTlhrdand
Many to choose the protecdlnia 1 "fore had ... ......
ithnrlilnv the lea ance there
8 8 valllated and confirmed. aald ELECIRIC CARTS
from. Fran'hl. Tax Keven Honda he. 'l'
Inir dated July 1, IBM, bearing In- IR Hole $500
tereet. at nit exmedlnir the legal)
9 Holes'
3.00) )
'OFF $ ral. ot .Ix screen per annum
payahie .enl.annaiI eagrreat- it
$495; Inir the principal atnount of lino;. MEMBERSHIP -.
FOR $ 00 Onuuu* in the denomination I or II :
2 16 00000 eaih. and maturing ....rtallyIn x
(UII11t 4 per Customer. ) new tire prk'eL Save! Rimini Inatnllmrnta In the yeara MEMBERSHIP' IMIIVTION FEE $10000-!"
1985 In 1K70. bath Imlualve a im re SINGLE:' MEMBERSHIP .
complete drrl|>(lion of whlrh old 80.00 e ..
t'r..n'hl. Tax Keven. Hindu lacontained DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP |100.00 -

-'::BUY NOWI SAVE NOWl USE"'OUR EASY' PAY PLAN Unite: : :and In 4)idHredat the prtltinn.Htuart herein, Flur DRIVLSG RANGE:" AND: COMF1 EYE GOLF SHOP
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TUP STI sRT (Florida) NTWS Thursday, limp II, 1961 7.A .

Program Is Largest in County's History

) xHOL Summer School Enrollment Reaches /, 138 I Irho

Martin County school sum riehment, renu'ttiul work, and the show that Florida delinquencyrate tin County because of individualand
mer program has expanded this area for the accelerated child is far below the other stales orginlutionalinterest. Particular
t > year to "be (the largest in school his- Honda IH unique among the fifty I for this reason.Csmtmunuv I thanks should be paid to I

S ton states, in hiving! the only summer co-operat has the American Rod Cross for their

Enrollment. as of noon Tues- program of this type.| and studies helped the program here in Mar- annual swimming" program.

dahad reached I 1.138 in elevcndlr'l .
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rent subjects. "being taught in
twelve different location* by twen
I ty-five instructors Paul J. Pfennings Is Elected

I Registration is still open in all I
classes! and will continue until the

I classes& are filled

I The following subjects are cur As President of Controllers

rcntly bein*; offered at the dcsig. I
fluted locations: v

: I Arithmetic (grades 1TIle.): .. Paul J, Henmngs, treasurer (if

day and Thursday. liON Sound: First Federal Savings] and Loan

Monday, \\ednesday, and Friday, VJ t 3va Association Martin County, has
Jensen Beach; dally, Julian O q j been numod president of the Gold

"" Parker Salerno, and NNarfield. I I : Coast 'hapter of the Society pf
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t English (gr de1,1 ): daily tlOEVA Savings and Loan Controllers.
Martin. County Senior II gh and Henmngs was installed in the office
Stuart Training School lust Saturd; night Bt theDnral
Hotel In Miami I Beach,
Hiking\ and camping: (grade I I. I
The Gold Const (hanur of the
6)): Thursday and Friday, Julian .
Society of Savings and Loan Controllers
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Physical) education basketballand represents all savings and
loan associations from Vcro Beach
basehill (grades .112). ): daily,
to Dclray Dwell the
( on cast coast
Martin County Senior Hi
of lornln
fish Park and Stuart i'rsiningSchierl
The thirty-nine'year-old residentof
and Saturday,
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Stuart has been associated with
Julian O ParkerMathematics\ .
(grades 7-12)): daily, First Federal! of Marlin' County:
since |9f 0 a 11 treasurer, I In 1961

I Martin Music! County(grades Senior 7-11)I ): High daily! log ,kI he was elected vice president of
the Controllers and
year Ascended -
Cabin and Stuart Training School;
: Wednesday, Warficld t' the presidency
pt U. A member of the Cluh
) Reading, (grades I 1-61): Monday I : Rotary
and a director of the club in 19n"1:
Wednesday. Friday, Hob SoundDunhar ,
t I Hennlngs has been active In community -
and l Jensen Beach; Tues
ylM affairs and is a member
day and Thursday, Port Salerno of the. Methodist Church here.
and Carver Gardens: daily, Julian ,!c 4' 'gait Henninps lives with his wife and
I D. Parker, Warfield, and Stuart
three children
in Pine Manor,
1 1 raining School. Paul Hcnnmgs was graduated
Sailing (grades 1-8)): Wednesday
I from the University of Miami witha
and Friday, Jensen; Beach Causeway -
II B.A. m 1951, and was employ.

i I Science (grade 7.12)): daily :1 1 cd by and Coral I Inlln Gubles Association Federal from Savings

Martin Senior High
,, ., ,, Swimming (grades 1 1.12)): four Martin 1912 to County.I960 when he came to

JUST IIKF HOME Mrs. Viggo Simonsen of North River Shores, painted Danish porcelain for her brother Viggo Simonsen. The week mornings: Sunrise and two Inn evenings Pool: each A veteran of World War IIHennlngs .

I left, admires some of the art weaving done by her siter.in-Idw, picture above them is of the Simonsen farm in Denmark where (grades 7>12)): daily, Martin served! with the! Army
Miss Ingrid Simonsen of Limefjorden Denmark, while another the outlook over the water I is very similar to that at North River Ting I Senior High and Stuart Air Fore. and was associated with
the Fthlopian Air I IncA m Addis
lister-m.law, Mrs Karen Petersen, exhibits some of her hand- Shores. Training School ,
a'I Ahaha, Ethiopia before entering
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All persons In the county are
They've Fallen in Love \Vith Our Area MORE ABOUT encouraged to take full advantage college.
of the program' as soon at possibleby

Local Youths Are contacting or calling the 287 pi lace.4)47 of for instruction additional Three Cars Hit

Sisters from Denmark Visiting information
: Posts With the advent of the Mnl-
Assigned On Stuart
mum Foundation Program in 1947 NEW: PRESIII N'r-1'uul J llcnnmgs, treasurer of First Federal Span

Florida schools received a great Savings and Loan Association of Martin County' has been elected

Simonsen on Shore of St. Lucie By Peace CorpsContinued boost with the addition of the president of the Gold Count Chapter of The Society of Swings Damage estimated at $150 was

eleventh and twelfth month program and Ulan Controller. cattiest about 11::1(1( p.m. Wedncs

( or, as we know it, the summer .. day line 1 to three I cars involved
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By BUNNY ABBOTT faster than Ericsson: trip! York is. fortunately a long way : school program a chain' i reaction crash on
Brother Vitgo, and his wife away, year assignment, Brown hopes to With each succeeding; year the Roosevelt! !Undue
When Mrs. Karen Petersen of Dagmar, met the travelers in Miami The change in temperature they start studying law number of (people showing enlhti'Kiusm Ideal Sports Jolts Jinx; According to Police Chief JesseJ

imefjorden, Denmark, inherited and aJti+ked them .Q.UQ.( .{heSimonsen tuijjjlcavnj, and not unexpecteo.14hen Hcndncksi wytvgtadugye'c( : j rlln1. for the continuance of such Taylor, curs driven by Thayer
some money on tlfe death of: her 's North River Shores the two liid,ev left Denjnark high/ school here I in, IQMilnd\ from. a ropniV6'1dtluftrh5CCdsteadily.Originally Palm Still UnbeatenJUNIOR S. pamron Salem, III., and Ray
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l1inety-one.year-ohl mother just I home, where the view, they d s- on May 25, they/wore lightweight Indian River Junior College: two I the program encompassed City mortd Hither Schwab, Fort I lanlerdale -

over two years ago, she knew covered next morning, was 'jUht wool suits and topcoats, since the years later, worked as a commer- ; sown but experience Itlllhhtund.IIero halted
what she was going to do with part like home" top temperature to date had been cial fisherman during both h gh has tho need for a pro- Ideal Sports Shop finally coped STANDINGS by other traffic ahead, when a
to the United as composed today, covering them third car, driven' by Mrs Betty
of it come the sixty-eight They had already begun school l college I days gram with the jinx which had kepi
States and visit her younger brother That, actually, was very to shed some of their attire by He kdt t the Peace Corps examination not only recreation, but en- winless all/ season, and trounced (June 8 hiiliislvr) W L 1 Mary Pannell of Palm Luke Park,

Vigijo reason Simonsen why decided, two years to build ago a Viggo fine the time they reached Miami. ( in December I 1963, and II III --- Paul Sliimlurd 19 5, on Tuesday' I'alm Cily K" 0 ran into tho rear of the Schwab

And that is exactly what she home on Bright Point overlooking Miss Simonsen wardrobe is was accepted for the "Togo June 2, In Martin County Pony Elks, 4 6 3 3 0Rotary I car driving it Into the rear of the

did a couple of weeks ago She the beautiful North Fork of largely!: self-made. since she operates I Health and Fish Program/ At the Man Gets Two Duwbull League/ lions, 4 4 (9 I I Dumron vehicle.
of California There winless learns 1h only apparent Injury was
brought her younger sister, MIss the St Lucie River her own art weaving business University none lire now no (mmiis 4 4 1
Ingrid Simonsen, with her, and Simonsen came to this country making beautiful materialsfor of a group of thirty he took a I In either the Junior or Pony Kiwanis 4 7 II) lo ned.Schwab, whose knee was skin
to stay long enough to cele later clothing, tahlecloths, runnerselc I two-month course in French (spoken Months in Jail leagues'
in 1926 and about one year H"be Sound 3 7 I
Damage the Dumron .
gate her seventieth birthday in by about one-third of the inh ih Jensen I ions heal Tom Duly to car was
his business in
own ice I ft I
opened Port Salerno
this country on June 30 Chicago. Later he branched out Mrs Petersen, lince the death Itants of Togo). West African history i on Saturday, 10-H. lo keep lop estimated at $10(): to the Schwab
culture and Thenin George June, little Dixie received In (ho loop ear al S200.) and to the Pannell
The fact that they had never into real estate, retiring from thirty of her husband two years ago, has economy. place Pony
taken the hobby of hand-painting Puerto Rico he took a tough two sixty-day, jail terms to Palm City remains the only undefeated Legion Ball Team car at $100. Mrs Pannell was
been further than neighboring in that profession when up
away years run from Judge Harry
Danish porcelain, and the ening course and continued tech concurrently team In either league!. charged with failing to have her
Sweden in their lives did not he !settled in Martin County i in
and studies in breeding F Dyer in Municipal Court down two win tlnr vthlalf under control, canting the
ladles visited standard of attainment is fantastic nical biological Hilling more .
deter the intrepid Danish 1962 He had frequently
Tuesday night, the first for Interfering .
and fish for food the week. They beat Port Sucrno Loses Openers accident.
wasn't Leif, for a woman of her though cultivating ng
In the least. After all Florida prior to that time, and age with a police officer making -
Ericsson a fellow Scandinavianthe hid almost decided 0 build a seeing her_ one has difficulty in purposes 192 on Wednesday, and
an arrest t, the second! for re-
In Togo he will give the natives rlobc Sound, )8-2, on Monday '
she almost ItAROf.D K. r.oCKwOODON
first man to discover America home in the Decrfield Beach area I believing is seventy ilhting arrest Stuart, American legion baseball -
the benefit of his to improve Other Junior results : Ko
knowledge were
the seventieth birthdaywill IM'STROYPR IN
: ? when a friend Dr Erie A Rhmd. great Marion Perry, t idle Dixie, received team lost Us opening, doublu- '
both fresh and salt water tary 1, lions 2: Klsumls 7. Rotary -
he celebrated in Martin MfUrTlRKANPAN: :
So, on Monday, May 25 they a former neighbor in Homcwood thirty days for contemptof deader at Sailfish Park! Sunduy to ;'
took an airplane from Aalborg, : III., persuaded him to take a lookat County, About June 23, the Sim- fish breeding work done Ho will 1 the he continuing French- court out.3. Fridays games were rained 1'ixil 4O of Fort Pierce, last yean Harold K, Lockwood, boll r-

Jutland, to their national capital North River Shores. There Sim- omens' and their guests will leave by John !t. Jerkins, Little Disle, in district/ ttliHis, 4-3 and %.0. man, fireman, USN, ion of \jr,
and about thirty-seven Peace Corps Only was played
Copenhagen, and' then took a jet omen' found a spot where the for Richmond, .Ky, where the drew a thirty-day term for loitering one game Jensen Behind! 3-0, Stuart lied the first and Mrs. Owen W'; tockwaod of
His in Togo Peanut League S.iturdiy, -
to Miami via New York Due to a outlook reminded him so muchof Simonsens' IOn, Captain Victor will predecessors he about stay months. in a bar and a further thirty lloba Sound, 14 t J. jame with a seventh Inning rally 21) South', Indian, River Drive,
is stationed with twenty-one walloping
.hours difference in time they his Danish home that he Simonsen; the down defeat in
seven again days on a deferred sentence! before going to the Jensen: Beach J is serving aboard
At the end of that he
left at 9 a.m., stayed over became a neighbor of Dr Rhmd Army Then the group will move period hopes
Aalborg eleventh
of Pour fines were paid: two )bonds PONY STANDINGSJune the destroyer USS" Murray operating -
In Copenhagen from 10 a.m. un Mrs Simonsen; is I native of on to Decatur, 111, where the Simonsena' to complete two more years entreated: two canes continued and ( 8 Iniliiiilvr W L 1 In the second! game, Walt Wro- In the Mediterranean.: with

til .5. p.m., and still reached New Montana, where her parents were I daughter attends the University college The Peace Corns' work Is largely one sentence! deferred! Jensen Lions 5 I 0 ble'skl I pitched a no-hitter for Fort !the Sixth Fleet While m f fheMediterranean.
York at 8:30: p.m. and Miami at early Danish pioneers She has I of Decatur, Eventually they of helping Tri.Southern J I 0 Pierce, only one bull, a fly, going/ Murray will b e
11:30: p.m. the same day Much visited her husbands sisters on will reach the Simonsen Wis northern help a question themselves! people The number of credit unions In Flower Growers J 2 I II) out of the infield part of the large Mediterranean
home Three Lakes about
several occasions, and now welcomes at U 'Increased about 500m )) Tom Daly 2 2 0 --- combat ready naval forte The
".0 t. 200 miles north of Milwaukee The 7.OCX) Corps members (expected 6JSio'
the opportunity of return- to to 10,000 after this : eI I a new high' of 21,500. Paula Standard 2 1 II The population of the United ship'* crew mcmhert will have pnopportunity
THM ('IR('I IT Cot 11111'1"T (i6 IT TIJHJVISrll l Ing their hospitality where the visitors will stay until rise existon Some 1.4,300.00Q.% persons belong Palm City I 4 0 Siiiics Is increasing at the rate of to visit ports in 'Italy,
summer training courses)
Atn ... tl'T: % iinVT-1. Things have toned down a bit returning to Denmark some time to them: !Ideal Sports I 4 II :3.(XX).000)/ !persons per year. prance and Spainriver ,
small food
and shelter _
a .
>'LOHI I. .'r LAW nowadays, we gather, but when in July _
no. saris they had some But wherever they travel I Iii allowance while overseas, livingas
.RB OF Viggo young these United Slates. they can nearly as possible on what is i
IV caul- real on the farm near Lime.
FO"I.OWINO. nwicniBFu fjorden.parties Every fall a family reunion scarcely pay any place a greater available to natives, but trying to Salt Intrusion Damages Breeding Ground '
EUTVi i was held. Eighty membersof compliment than they have paid show by example just what can he

OhIO H5J Ford the family, from a radius of North River Shore i In Martin done with what is available, particularly
tintoin Florida, Lln soda I Uc dour no' 'roW 200 miles, would arrive for lunch, County Already they have writ. if enough effort is put into

On* n..nt.l Trailer 350 Eight days of cooking qualify for a salary of $2 a day

Trailer TlllE'lM:I "::!el Llcenae 4.1. IIU T.1f fA.tHO was part of the preparation for Check InsuranceOn of which their is two-year not paid assignment until the end encouraging report on the deeds mostly from Indiantown !1 per reaches of the Harris l Ranchon might Increase flood bar.

the annual event. Although seek another striped in the st. Marina to the Seaboard Airline 1 the South I Fork and at Pruitti ands, especially\ since a flow pf
THE 8TATK OP FU>RII>A. TO: Young girls from miles around they may Martin the canal Although the North Fork showed 17,500 cubic feet
assignment it is generally to a I ucie River was made by : bridge (panning Camp on a second may he
ALL PPRHONp, rKWd ANTI came to serve the vast dinner party Two Firemen new location. Hcuve:mans, chairman, of the special a heavy algae/ bloom was 2.SIX( ) parts of salt per million expected, in flood times with addition -

CnitpiItATIOV ISO Olt CIAIVINO. AS IVTFR. HAV: and stayed on to dance when until The minimum age for Peace committee at I last Friday: at first suspected, investigation is Kindred reported The maximum of C-23 and C-24 run- ffl,

KMSffiijrRSMWABO"sBLHxClhrHv: : dawn. Vigjo recalls occasions Hurt in CrashThe Corps recruitment is eighteen, hut night meeting of the local chapter : now being carried on as to whether i at which black b a is or bream he staled
he got no sleep for forty-eight there is no age limit at the other of the Izaak Walton League. chemicals were dumped in the' spawn will hatch: successfully: is A petition asking the South

hours. the present visitors to Martin County Commission end, some member being in their "We are greatly encouraged by canal, 1,500' ppm. it was reported. Florid Congressional contingentto

: ; !: : North Anyway River, Shores with has asked County Attorney Dean sixties and seventies. the presence of striped bass fry Diets, who is on the Conservation further surveys, particularly ai demand action from the Engineer -
nndtTr anrtPbI'hPvlrUi| or (rhant..'><* ,r and ae1Inrlda their brother that its agree"just like Tooker to check the county's insurance in both St. Ladle and Indian Rivers Committee of the FC1) for to whether mscciiciclas. have been Corps" for a safer St. Lucie

I I Ur. now I l marutM nBnurd the |H>a......Ion" or? thi home," and they have been madeto policies to determine if two Riptide Players ," said Heuvclmans fie has, Martin: Si Lade and Okeechoheecounties :" I draining into the upper reaches, I Inlet was circulated at the meetIng -
of County l'oDml..lonl" of the firemen in compiled a detailed report which I reported that, it hut been will be asked of the Game and .
and w of feel more at home by Indiantown injured an
this I County and X"i
fat, are h.n.brurthfr nntln.d: reception they have received from accident several weeks ago are Plan to Present will be given to the national group: recommended that t the borrow I fresh Water Fish Commission' Members"' their wives and
that ,,"d.. maid than.rh Its annual Don canal from which fill will I he Ink Florida Conservation Department
a Mtltlnn.'d I" th' f.I..1I1I' (',,urt the Simonsen friends. The heartiness eligible, for compensation: Children's PlayThe at convention" by guests will hold a picnic supper at
of as thVwnth Judl"'1.1 n/nult. In and and informality, the first The firemen, James Higby and Dieu. "delegate I en for the northeast dike around 1 and the Sport Fisheries Divisionof Jensen Causeway on Friday, July

r:; the Menu t:'rrellur Oounty* of, the. **1t!: emrkin. pr ,D-- I name in no time process the cof- Arthur Breeden were in a Martin Riptide Players have decided Heuvelmana also reported that situated 1 the U. S Fish and Wildlife 3. This will take the place' of the
srrr .nd you are .,...bjr dlr.ct.d fee and social hour at the First County Civil Defense! ambulance, on -Cinderella" as their the proposed oceanfront park on regular July meeting. This will be
and. fi-qulr.d haw.to and file how yoar OBUM.Ialm..' on Ifany Presbyterian Church of Stuart licensed by the county when it children production. It Is a one- North Jupiter Island "is still very I a 200-foot nght-of.way for the The culprit right now appears to a potluck affair, with the league

or b..you'.... Otis' .th. 1944. If not ir. have all added to the enjoyment collided with an auto in downtown act play with audience: participa- much alive" highway girdling the east shore. "he a lowered fresh water table furnishing the meat dish
onully. Orval with tw iilv proves dare h from rIB .'- of their first weeks in Martin Indiantown They were taking a tion. The cast consists of nine girls John McQuigg slated. that un- I This" would provide room for residential which has allowed brackish waterto Kindred; now head the Florida
phonal mt within..."vl.I If "I.'.n..n.lly ...ry.ft County patient to Martin Memorial Hospital and three boy. derwater lands south of Sewalls commercial and recreational I intrude to the uppermost Division of the League, with Ross
with proi... hin-ln J'.,f.rr.It.dPnranant the .sM know far more of the when the accident occurred I Tryouts will he Thursday and/ Point tip 'will probably be use i ) use of the land betweenthe reaches of the rivers, preventing Wuhan as secretary

property: hould to MM n -t.r..r. Mtonl Unite States than the average County Commissioner Jack Williamson Friday. June II and 12 at 7 pm ed" as the result of a decision 'by I road and the canal. the ability of the, fresh water full I Among resolutions which rill

.yep.. .fall to Cite rUlmorioni will..Muted h.r..ln dl- United States eitiren knows of said the Indiantown Fire at the Little/ Theatre Mothers are the I I. I. Board, which has stated. Dicta also' reported! on three to reproduce, !be submitted at the national eonKHi -
h.r.ln.t .Jllct"al".1".1 you In dIll .D"..... Denmark, largely due to television Department has charge! of the ambulance invited to bring potential acting that it will not sell the lands for i boat ramps soon lo be built by the I Developers of Lighthouse Point| wIIt end emanating from tileJolctrill
not "r..na\ll'\ e.rv.d. of with thtf.tltlJ but they have great difficulty and uses it for emergencies candidates dredging oftd 111Ii... game and Fresh Water Fish Com (across the North Fork from Stu.,I Ian ( Division, are: a rendition -
,.. may for fnrf.tO'obtain ?4 sons KM h.r. believing that the peaceful He said the men had incurred Phil Algozzini was appointed The conservation grcwp will 4- mission on C-23, at Phipps' Park ) have kept within the bulkhead to stop od-buflkering in the
C" ufrtromhs anderalenod.. Clerk of surrounding I' f their brother hospital bills and lost considerable chairman of a committee for I sate books on conservation to the and where St. Lucie: Canal enter :lines, and were within their right Straits.of Florida where oil spillsare

'WN'NEPe: m.. rend end B...t of home can possibly be in the same time because of the accident Fourth of July float to be enteredby science, .library at Martin County Lake Okeechohee in digging a navigable channel W [ carried northward to contaminate -
the show mrntl n'4 Court it Row country is New York with I iti and should have some compensa' the group Senior high School Decline of black bass fishmi deep water. Kindred said !But uhf the Bahamas, and recommendation -
A.iJ aA ,Florid Hs4. thin lUll day of Mar. gangs of young hoodlums hat It was voted to have a rummage President Chuck Kindred fir In the upper"' North and South Stata I. I. Board' fCD and I that Island! a stringof
roROTiiT nrncE.Clark all Denmark knows about. lionWilliamson said he did not want tale as a funds-raising project" ported that ffcere ho berg M ev Pork of the St. Lucie River" maybe neert will be asked to look Wiii of tb* above mrntlontlf ,- However, they bar e already the men to be left holding the twits fish kill to the it. Lack caused by increased salinity of ther into whether s proposed tnai'l made a national monument.The .

.wK3( P0"""' F"rcPub. been struck by the distances in bag, since they were ".ctio, in Canada's population hit parsed canal with bass, bream the upstream reaches. acre fill at the OM I local chapter sow IMS
: ; : : bur. lest made at the Pout on the Stuart. sidw el eighty-five' mama*!*.
.: 4... 11. U. aa,4H4 .that country and realm that New good faith. the 19,000,600 mart, oetfith sad gars killed by the Saluury up


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8-A THE STUART (FU ) NFWS'' Tlmrwluy, June 11, 19(54( Master Zoning ,

Petition Calls jon ;'Clean-up' Plan ApprovedIn (.

I School AreaThe

Of Palm City Business CornerA adoption of a master plan t te ti
for zoning of an area west of Stu-
art that includes the new Martin

petition signed by seventy 1 the turnpike and to several "nice" property but leases it to C. L. County Senior High School, was
property owners in the Palm City i subdivisions. All the residents! of Raniey, said he would also like approved by the Martin County

area, complaining of an "unsightly the area want, Chamberlain de- to sign the petition. He said he had Commission Tuesday Nt
business at the corner of Palm clared, is for the proprietor to asked several The master plan embraces ageneral ;
etto Drive and Murphy Road, was clean-up and fence the area Ramey on occasions i area from the south city ea
to clean-up the area with no result limit of Stuart Indian '
presented to the Martin County Commission Chairman Frank to Avenue, 9 e
('ommission! at a meeting Tuesdayby Wacha asked Bell if the business and from State Road 76 to the
Grant Chamberlain, flower qualified as a junk yard. County Attorney Dean looker Florida East Coast Railroad
farm owner. Bill replied "Its junky, lint interrupted to tell the commission A look at the master plan shows
The business-a combined serv- borderline as an actual junk yard "this m one of the bug-u-boos of several zoning classifications are ,
ice station and store-has been He actually runs several businesses, Martin County zoning. We can included in the area such as Industrial s 1
warned "lime and time again," including gasoline salts a garage, zone uses for property but I doubtwe -!, lndustnal-3. Commercial
County Engineer Fred Bell reported a used car lot, a grocery. [fishing. will be able to zone to keep a -I, Commercial-2, Residential- srt
but to date very little t bad been bait, and other t things i So 1 it s difficult residence or business clean 3, ResidcDtial-3-A, and Agricul- '
done to remedy the situation. to pin it down to a junkyard 1 he commission then passed the ttre-AIA.I
Chamberlain called the business I don't think it is a junk mailer along to the Planning and Lots across State Road 76 fan
"a Junk yard" He said the yard in the legal sense" Zoning Commission for study and ing the school are zoned Re iden- i6I
intersection is the gateway from Johnny Mann who owns the recommendations tial-3, as well as a lot borderingthe
school to the north A lot
across State Road 76 north of the
school is zoned High Commercial,

I Hobe Sound Zone ConflictIs prises.which. limits commercial enter-

According to Fred Bell, the sr
zoning around the school was e1"as
Aired at County MeetA planned in order: to "protect the C

campus school.-like atmosphere of the >f fF

misunderstanding over zon- --

ing changes in the area of Jonathan Old Bus Saved
Dickinson State Park brought n
of the Hobo Sound 1
representatives 44of
Company to the Martin County For Ball TeamsFor : ,r 4. '

Commission Tuesday t
At a previous meeting the conv' a time Monday night it t ); r
mission acted on a recommendation appeared the Little Dixie Pony and
from the Martin County, Plan- little leagues might have to walkto
ping and Zoning Commission to the ball ,park, for ball games. ---3 ---' ---- _...._. .

eliminate Hobo Sound District 2, The Martin County School J CROSSING HIE BRIDGE in Scouting as it is called, were Cyn The two girls are now Senior Scouts: Cadet Scout at left is Yvonne I
and zone it Commercial I in orderto Board put five old school buses thia Maurice and Merrilce Rollison, second and third from left. Ro marin, and Zelia Moore, right
allow the sale of alcoholic beverages up for sale including the bus beIng -
at a proposed marina in the used! by the two league teams, 1 II 1
area of the Palm Beach County and got a $750 total bid from Bill
line. Greene Chevrolet on a "take all

The Hobe Sound Company, rep I or none" proposition
resented by Nathaniel Reed and At the same time the board gota dr
attorney T, T. Oughterson, pro- at $200 bid from James Hall rep
tested the zoning change to Commercial resenting the leagues, for one of L r.s
-!. Oughtcrson told the the buses and heard of the leaguesuse I' 91r ,' Ms*
commission that, as he understoodit ,. of the bus and their predicament ,
all land between U, S. 1 and 9 4 should the bus be sold. _
the Intracoastal Waterway south i Henry Kindred, chairman of .
aiti +A t 12j \
from the Olympia Overpass to the I the board, telephoned Greene who l s
county line would be zoned Com- said he would not hold the boardto
mercial-1. i an "all or none" bid. The board

He said this parcel of lard actually then agreed to sell the bus to the
was the of Hobe ball leagues.
Sound i 1 was'toned

half in commercial 1956. and half residential Many ReceivedSail

Bell explained It was true that Rr'x w
the commission eliminated Hobo CitationsStuart
Sound District 2 and zoned the
area Commercial-!. The boundaries Sailfish Club has issued

however, were not correct, citations to the following fishermen ) ; t w
Bell said. through office Stuart Chamber olCommerce g JI j ;wi

chanced He defined by the elimination the boundaries of Hob L.+kr ..t:. ...."v. 1..... .:..... .:......... ..... ., Richard L. Mastrobuono: Win
ter Park, seven-foot sailfish" while ..
Sound District 2 the north
fishing 'Hobo
boundary of Indian Hills Subdivision -
south along the east side Captain Jack Whiticar! ,
of U. S. 1 to the Palm Beach Honor ,Clifford CampbellsOn Cleo Gagne, Cocoa Beach, twen
County line, and then north following ty-two-pound dolphin, and L. A.
the Intracoastal Gagne, Cocoa Beach twenty-
Waterway Their Golden WeddingResidents round dolphin while fishing( I
Land from the north boundary a bo a r..'. th a "...eery Mob .u"I", w,10".... tL '
of the Indian Hills Subdivision and Captain Bob Scnimhcr, :i4bpl
lying between U. S. 1 and the"Intracoastal of Holiday Trailer month trip which will include a Mrs, Esther K. Gibbs, Mclrosc, ar : / s
Waterway as far north Park gathered at the park recreation visit with their daughter! in California six-foot sailfish, R. Kelley Gibbs, ,
as Olympia Overpass is coned half- hall Wednesday, Juno 3, i. a visit to Colorado Springs, Melrose, six.foot, ten-inch sailfish, #
commercial and half.residential, for a potluck dinner and program Colo.. a stopover at Topeka, Kan, John W. Wilcox, Winter Park, six--
and remains that way. The half honoring Mr. and Mrs. CIII ford where they were married; to Sioux foot one-inch sailfish, from the
facing U. 1 is commercial The Campbell, who observed their I City, Iowa to visit their son and "Fran L," with Captain Pete Robertson
half gSth Intracoastal t Waterway fiftieth wedding anniversary that to Minnesota and Illinois to visit .

is for high type residences, day, other relatives, A B. Moore, Daytona Beach,
Bell said Following the dinner games Mr. iiiul Mrs Campbell have ninety-rune-pound blue l marlin,
were played and the Campbells been residents of Stuart for eight
Bill also reported at the present from the 'Bathtub" private boat

time a committee is workingon were presented with anniversary years, where coming he hero from Sioux for fc. O Cubb edgc, Melbourne, ,W St'". A_ ...r. +GAsY,.,, vauss .. ,, ,
City wus employed ----- --- ---- -----
a master plan for the entire gifts.On six-foot, four-inch wilfish Phil
Hobe Sound area upon request of I Friday Mr, and Mrs. Ctunp- many years by the MetropolitanLife ip W Tope, Altamonte Springs.1 BROWNIE TROOP! also posed for their picture at the "in-gath- 155 and 79 of Stuart. About 100 persons including scouts, attend. I

the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce I bell left on a two and one-half___ ___Insurance__ n_" Company_ two sailfish, William A. Vlehmun: ering" program last Saturday at Memorial Park Troops above are ed the ceremonies, which saw several of the girls increased in rank.
and interested residents. Ho Orlando sailfish, Betty Ann Williams -
said he did not know exactly when Palm Bay. sailfish, Rich-
the committee would make a report Moving Old House? Bond Is ard F. Knauss, Melbourne fifty-
on its recommendations for nine-pound amberjack Carl T
zoning Under New l.avoncher. Eau Gallic, six-foot, e v' III rs
The tame zoning change brought Required Ruling six-inch sailfish. Ray Ponder Mait- I f d

another protest before .the commission land sailfish, Eugene C. Mooney,
in a letter from the Mar- If you're going to move your I ut its meeting Tuesday, but added Maitland, sailfish, Don Landry
tin County Taxpayers Associationand old house from one location to : when the property is to be used Orlando, seven-foot,, six-inch sail-
signed by E. C. Warehtim. another, youd better first cheek for human habitation" fish, Randall W. Sparger Jr, MountAiry

The letter generally tllsapprov with the county. N. C.: sailfish while fish ffiNs
S waS
al "of the way an amendment to The Martin County Planningand ing aboard the "Gulfstreom," with
the Hobe Sound District 2 zonIng Zoning Commission Monday \ Deeds Captain Von Jourdan
regulations was made"The night set a minimum $1,000( performance Warranty
letter stated the change in bond, or higher, to movea 't .
zoning was not an amendment but house from one locution to another Filed in Week HearingOn
"outright elimination In favor ofa and set the Southern Build
county zoning classification on ing Code as the criteria for release NIIMI TI Zone ChangeThe
which no hearing was held" U of the bond
also out that the amend- illie Ilickclt to Johns Funeral
pointed The commission i heard
ment was heard at a special meet- zoning i Home. Lot II und 11 I Gulden City Commission has set
25 and by the various speakers repot that houses Gate Subdivision $.1.MX). '"
ing May adopted are being moved with no effortto Monday July 13, at 8 pm fore ? r i w ed 1 rij
board. on May 26 with electrical Frank Forsherg to Paul H. Ker- public hearing in connection with
comply plumbing, -
The letter asked that future and construction codes, resulting ner. Lot S4. Skyline. Heights Subdivision the proposed rezoning from R-l
:zoning amendment legal sdvertis'ing in quality buildings $1.701)M ) ). to R.2 of block I, section 1, St.
be "specific, clear, and In both brought poor into superior residential I I. keen to Keen Develop Lucie Estates.
legal and plain language so the< areas ment Company .Property: in section The action is the result of an

average taxpayer could understand The exact amount of the 36, township 3l S., range 38 E. application by Mrs Aura Fike
what is to be discussed at each formance bond will be based per on and section 1, township 40 S, Jones for the rezoning of part ofthe
bearing, and the area involved"County the cost to bring the house to range 38 1 t: $3/00. block, to permit the buildingof
Commission!' Chairman
of Louise J. Schneider professional offices there. The
Southern Building Codes and! thestandard I
Frank' Wacha read the letter. He
deceased to \Villium Rudlmg. Planning Advisory! Board hai
of the area in which it is ,
also read the legal advertisementin
to be located Property in section 19 township recommended the change, on the
The Stuart New and commented -
basis that it is in line with trend
40 S., 43 E. $;!OtlUO.( ) a
that he felt the advertisement The Martin County: Commission !\ range for that part of East Ocean Boulevard -
was easy to read and easy to understand approved the new regulation EM.lie of Naomi Nellie Kitch- (opposite Hospital Pond.)
ing.. deceased to Walter L. Wells. :
The commission then voted to --- - --- lows 24. 25 26. 27 and 28 block DairyCounCilHOllors e n

have the Planning and Zoning 3, Stypnunn Park Third Addition I
Commission re-check the whole Twilight Golf $1 I.IHK). Students

matter to see if there U a zoning R. A. Bittumct al to II. L Snyder Outstanding home economics
conflict. Starts Friday Properly in !section 5. town- students In Martin County's schoolsare
ship 39 i? range 41 E $ 100. being honored for the first ,
LYRIC LAUNCIIKS: Grave G. Menmngcr ct al to time this year by the Dairy Coun-
SUMMER PAR'I'IKS; The Ladies Golf Association of Jack A James.' in tracts cil of South Florida through a new
Martin County holds its first session I 10 and 15 Tropical Property Fruit Farms awards program The winners are JCMOtt GIRl SCOUTS for 1964 gathered for a photograph elurSaturday.& Troops included 54 and 78 of Stuart; 231 of Jensen
Now the for the theatre third will successive again of Twilight Golf for members Subdivision: $18000 Patsy Pence the former Barbara ing an "in'gaihermg" program at Memorial Park in Stuart last. Beach and Troop 80 of Port Salerno
year ,! and husbands on Friday, June Murray (now Mrs. W H. Sapp))
time parties M Jenkins to August
summer movie Kathryn
1 12, with tee off time front 445 .
.be'f of Martin County High School, and
of the series wilt start to 5:45 p.mParticipants, E. Ruppct, ; Lot 35. Skyline ParkSecond Rosa Solomon, Stuart Training CAStS 11111) |1'1ClRt'UIT J. Gehle and Loretta E Gehle. et al, mortgage foreclosure; Ought- BAPTISM HELD
Tuesday, June 16, at 9:30: am Addition, $6,000,
are asked to take School. Teacher of these MU- ('Ol R r his wife, and Simone Vemberg erson and Oughterson
This week's feature it "Tarzan Raymond J. Ovmer to Crossroads I Sunday May 31, Don, three-
Coei To India All prizes are a The covered dish with them Cottage Colony, Inc Lot dents are Willena Keen Helen ((Chdiucr/ ) foreclosure ,of mechanic's lien; City of Stuart vs. State of Florida I munth-okl son of Mr. and Mr.

courtesy of Nelsncrs! Friday. event will continue every 6, purl 2 of Sea View Terrace Kennison. and Emma Washington Boston tacks ,< Savings and W. R. Scott bond validation; Oughterson Moseley C. Collins lr.. was bap

Member Subdivision $1 l.tlO( (). Loan Associate\ vs.' Billy Ray The Hanover Insurance Com and Oughterson! tised! in All Saints' Church Jen-
wishing to play in the "We long have felt that recognition -
MORE hL1RLICENSES '\GE Ellsworth Associates Inc. to ScarbriHigh a 1Hden' Lucille vs. American Employers Insurance L. Rosenfekl sea Beach by the Rev. Norman
Field Day at Vero Beach on Fri should be given to the young 'Scarbrough his pany Herman vs." Port
fiLED day June 26, are requested, to Donna Gangwisch. Property i n women whose field of endeavor related -''of 'fe, foreclosure Company; Roderick E. Mayaca Groves Inc: and Ann B. Feaster
in tracts 17, 18, 31. 32 33 and 48, mortgage; Co. 'hon and Cour- Chandler Jr Jetnette Blake Troy I
Donald Jay Lowry Port Salerno sign up the locker room as earlyas to our own" stated Mrs. Gray, Michael Klencz. John A.
to Betty Arm Damron, Stuart possible. section 3. township 39 S., range Joanne Jack executive director of shon.Nell Roberts, Margaret 'Roberts Shir- Japanese housewives! give their
Carl Wesley Geary to Esther '\ In Tuesday! play, Jane O'Kel- 40 E $36000. the Council R. MeUi nlin vs. Hilton ley Garnett. declaratory judgment; Hanky Jute A. Falleur\ Harvey homes a vigorous holiday cleaning

l Belle Dye, both <* Hobe Sound, Ijf won the 18-hole match play I St. Lucie Lands, Inc. to W. H. This it the beginning of what A. McLaughlin nvorce; T, C Fee Parker and NeilL I H. Wangle alternative writ i of on Dec. 13, a. day deemed auspicious
Phillip Black, Rio, to Arlene against hotar, d-o MaJren I Wagner Company< Lot' 196 SeaGate the Council hopes will. be an annual Houk. Federal National Mortgage mandamus; Maguire, Voorhu and for nuuharai, or soot
Marjarrt FrejwJj. Swart( the hr tty Harbor $3,200. event Laiulurt and i Po,ict vt. William Corporation n. Robert W. Pope, Welle. I sweeping. j


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NIWS Thuwday, JUM II, 1964 1-B
I III* SIt tRI ( )

NEWS- Winebrenner-Land Wedding Boating Cruise Set Be

SOCIETY \Will Be July 4th Event Judge Crary to Speaker

y i Anchorage ClubA i At Secretaries Installation'
Mr and Mrs. William L. Wine- "' '

I banner: announce of their the approachIng daughter-, \ In .i mcling, held Monday eve will be the guest speaker Hu topic
Youngsters Sign Up : I marriage "11I..I-'ad. cruise is planned provided lo assist in navigating "
I I Martin (Coun I will be Law.
June H at the
Miarlol Ann, to Joseph EdgarL.antl lor Salurdi). June I H. with yachts I the waterway lo the Vero Beach nmg\ ,
I son of \Vittum Land and' dcrurnng 1 rom the Anchorage Yacht Club Marina and return IV I ibrarv Dr James W. dross All local secretaries art invitedto
the late Mrs. Land, Mayo, on Saturday i : Yacht Club Mirini on Saturday Sunday. .mckle local surgeon. gave a talk attend For reservations for the
In 2 Reading Clubs i July 4. l"f uorning Parlieipints: : will 1 cruise the Vero Beach Yacht Club to the National Secretaries' Association dinner please call Mrs Ivy Mur-
- -- - -- Missinebrcnner is a graduateof ; ;the Intracoastil Waterway to the has arranged elaborate" entertainment members and their guestson ton at AT 7-1222 before j p.m
I Marlin County High School. f VenBelich Yacht Club Marina for visitor Irom thus Anchorage the King-Anderson! (Medicare) or AT 7-0069 after that hour, or
This is the week for signing i up given a balloon and a reading Her fiance is employed by t b eState I, tor in oxcrmght stay and return and their guests with a welcoming Hill Mrs. Lindsey AT 7-4637,
for the Summer Vacation t Reading cord card designed by Mrs. re'l Road Department I on 5undllI \. committee during arrival, A discussion: nn socialized medicine -
Clubs. There is still time to I I Yacht departure schedule: will and a special bullet dinner at 8p was followed I by a questionand WOMIWS soar'i'Y
join at the Martin County Public ley B. Foss. I The Antoclis Held I be arranged: bv Commodore SimRhodes .m.. with a floor show and dancing answei period which included I\IU:1"S: 1UKSDAY:
Library or at any of the regular Books may be checked: out frl\ml Those going by cur will until I a.mMotel subjects t trim I local niediciil
Bookmobile stops the Martin County Public Library 40th AnniveisatyMr meet at the Anchorage by 6 p.m. \ and marina uccommoda services to the king-Anderson Bill The Women Society of Christ
The two clubs are the Smokcy or the Bookmobile All children I and Mrs. John Antoch of Saturday evening CommodeircRhexles lions have been mudo for those now pending in Congress. ian Service of the First Methodist
Bear Club and the World i Fair who read ten books will be given ; urges all yachtsmen to participating Refreshments 'followed the talk Church will have its regular meeting
Lake Park, celebrated their
in Books Club." It costs nothing/ a certificate, and the boy or girl Palm display the club I burgee on their Mrs Catherine Medrick, Mrs An- on Tuesday June /16 at 9:30
to join. Each: member of the in each club who reads the most fortieth wedding anniversary on & 'i cralt Those in curs will splay nctto .Kowulski, .. and Mrs Fula am at the church The new officers
3 with 2 dinner
I June LloydStanleyWedding
a p.m. party the burgee from their antennas of theWSCS will he hostesses.
"Smokey Bear Club" is given a books will be given a prize. There Guests were Mrs. Antu<:h's Miller were pr'>spective members
Smokey pin, a reading record card, will be a party at the end of the sisur Mrs. Bernard Goozen, of An official (guide/ yacht will beWoman's Held at in uticnd.ince
and a bookmark. Each World summer for awarding certificates Clears atcr, Claude Barkley, also Panama City Thecrdoll'ies: will hi C',. I.. I.,iwrence Jr.. Starlight
Fair in Books Club" member is and prizes. of Clearwater, and Mrs. Margaret traveling Ills week lo various trailer Park huts as hn guests, hill
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McMastcr of Tampa MIVS SIIRWI01:' :' ,, Club to Henry Iruimin Stanley Jr.. lor |H"nts in f'J'rllu i for install.ilions. mother Mrs ( t. I lawrence Sr.,
During the afternoon many \MHtRhNMRC1RIJ : :: : Meet Wednesday merly of Stuart. and Kay lloyd On Tue"hleYl'lIin Mrs. Bar- his sister. Uevcrlnn, and Mrs.
I bnra Ann I nulsey: president-elect Curtis Jackson' all of Thomasville,
Eighteen Yachts Call friends came to call and extend PARISH of Punimu City were married at
their congratulations. Punch and BY CHURCH C.llll; ) The regular business meeting ol. Panama ('ily suit S iturd.ty, June will attend theVest Palm Beach Ga.
wafers were served. the Womans Club of Stuart will (>. according lo word received by mIIIII.IIIOn Wednesday night
D.I Mr. and Mrs. Antoch entertain St. Joseph Inn III "iii hold a card be held on Wednesday. June 17, fraenlherc.. I Ihe local 'l'creluriewill attend the [MARrIS couNrrsON&SFOP
Floridians again flocked to Sven Kansmun, R. L. Fine, and! ed earlier ill the week with a piesic party at (the COl1lnllll1lI' room of at 12:30: p.m. at the clubhouse 'I Ihe bride is the diucjllcr,\ of I hurt:: 1'ierec: msl II illation: and prcsenlilion .
Langford Marina this
week Galvin
past Miami. party at their "home for a groupof the First National Haiti, ol Stuart A covered dish luncheon will Mr and Mrs Rnvlord, I Il1\\o I.lovdof ol a 1 gill to Mrs I Mablehtllitn.
according to Perry Kirk, manager Guests from other slates were friends who would not be able on Thursday, June IX il I p.m. precede the meeting Miss I,ynn Punima City. 'I I ha bridegroom! \ C P.S this yeart Morida HOOK, BIBLE and
Thirteen of the eighteen yachts Mr and Mrs. Erwin Raincle, Ry to c o m e to their anniversary There will be table pnns and Wheeler I IVM recipient it the a graduate ol deorgiu! Militiry I),vision. "Secret.try of the Year" RECORD Shop is.
which docked. m the marina were Jut, Pa.; Rear Admiral and Mrs. (Guests included Mr. and Mrs, door prim Refreshments will be Woman Club scholarship. will Academy and the University of tutu Honda division treasurer
from FloridaThey W. G. Gallaher, Kensington, Md.. Clarence Snook of Jensen Beach, served Tickets m i\ \I he: :purchased he the guest on this occasion Honda i is then of Mr and On June, I I.* it 7 .HI) pm. in the VALENTINE'S rOOK
included "Mystere III." and Mr. and Mrs. C.. J. Stanger, and their grandson, Mike Burl- from members or it' the door. Mrs Joseph Pen rod, chairman Mrs I II T I Slinlev Sr. dunes' "I ride winds Rest uirant, the local
Leroy D. Kiley" Pompano Beach; Smyrna, GaMunicipal. kit: and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Please bring your ou i cards Mrs. I of the ha/aar set for retl.I ''O(). I9M ville ehipkr: will hold its instillation AND RECORD SHOP
Betty Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kuck Mrs. Ethel Wiegand, Mrs. Olin Booth will hi ehnrmun; with will outline the plans and new 'I he young couple l will 1 reside it w Sit Mrs D lion as the installing 329 FAST OCEAN BLVD.
H. Fuller" Fort Myers; 'IDim bond issues totaled I Walter Cnse' and Mr and Mrs. Miss Helen Reillcv .1 i n d Mrs I features! of this mime event! of the I 116 I Hirmon Avenue, Piniimi: ;: oft ICl'r111111' Closed All Diy Wedaesdiys
Chief, Mr. and Mrs" Joseph F. $10000000( last year Al Wallord, all of Stuart I Matthew Casscrlv .I\'tlna. winter season City after June I < (\ Judge' tviins! Crury Jr.
Wright: Gloucester, F. P. Wet .
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more, Coral Gables: Miss Dianne
II,"' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tygh,

Cape Mrs. Charles Coral:! XQSME Schwarz, "Cape Mr Coral and-

; We Are Here For Just One Purpose.

"Tuffy III;' Lionel E. Crow. .
tIer Boca Raton; "Clovelly," Mcs- .
dames Linderman and Hancock,
Coral Gables; Misdapul," Mr. and
Mrs. D. Arthur Yergey, Orlando;
Seascape,"' Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeL. "v .
Harris Jacksonville; Misty! ,"
Mr. and Mrs R. S. Scott, Jack
!sonvillc; "Jeannie HI," Captain L.
Buck Fort Lauderdale: Mister!
tome," T. M. Conover, Fort Laud.

The other five were Gaviota."
Julio Viscaronelo, San Juan, Puerto -
Rico: "Edwill V," Mr. and Mrs.
William O Preisgke, College I I
Point, N. Y.; "Kennermapa II,"
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Potter,
Absccon: N. J.; "Eden" Mr. and SERVE
Mrs. R. F. Kelley New York City;
"Big 0:' Frank P. Etheridge, Columbus ,
da. Jo
Villa guests from Florida included -
Frank Purpura, Orlando; Mr.
and Mrs. Rust Craner, Fort Lauderdale .
; Jim Gray, St. Petersburg-:
Mr. and Mrs. K. Bennett, Fort
laudcrdulc; Mr. and Mrs Car
Young, Leesburg; Mr. and Mrs.

and Clifford M-T!.Anderson D L"Loew, Naples, Fort j jt audcrdale Mr-: iI .'. .1' _. .. .,,
; /; I I 't Y)( 11 1 I I ''", s'. "" _
II *, Misses '\Audrey C. Bell and ,
Margaret Couch, (Fort Lauderdale; I I I \ 1 I ''l fi //-1 i iIiik>t.liAJ.:,.... I'

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Births-Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M/L 'fJ.
C ffman a son, June 2, Mr. and % ,'". "
Mrs Kenneth Lnglish, a son, June .... ;'
2-> Mr. and Mrs Robert Roebuck, -. .'-.. t7 ,;
a son, June 4; Mr. and Mrs. :y: "'-'-. "
Charles! Harper, a son, June 6; /
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard, a -
son June 6. I I I U
June I I-AJmilled. Paul Mispel I
Clarence Thompson and i
James; Hudson; discharged: David i ijllle I Ii
( pie, Robert Darrow and %;
Helen Deem
June 2-Admitted, Barbara
(ChaM. Betty Hudson, Maggie ( '
lamb, Lena Waring, Lynda Camp
boy Mrs Kenneth English and .4
baby boy, Sarah Ivanek and Billy
Carmack; discharged, Anna Light
and Betty Hudson ,
June Admitted, Richard i
Balletto, Mary Sanders, Bessie Mae
Thomas, Frank Wheat, Kenneth TRAVELERS CHECKS ThrittiCheck CHECKING ACCOUNTS
Bartlett, Mrs Robert Roebuck and a. BANK BY MAIL COMPLETE TRUST DEPARTMENT
Rosalie Howard; discharged, John I

rio. Alice Crow and Billy Car. I 11 1 \
June 4-A limited, Gerald Matson J
Dorothy McDaniel, baby boy \ COUNSEL
Roebuck, Bertie Rhodes George I \_ FREE MORNING COFFEE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES j.
McNeese and Gerald Eden; discharged !-

Wheat Andersen Vance Kenneth Stokes Bartlett and, latitia Frank I J And Alemy, Many More. ALL FOR YOU 1

Gillcspie .
June Admitted, Hiram Swain,
Ely Knight Marsha Hupfel, Ar- (/ : Think FIRST of FIRST NATIONAL
thur Miller and Sharen Welker: \ When You Think' of Banking. .
.i Dorothy McDamel,
(.iltr'hom I Mrs Kenneth BANK Your One Stop Full Service Bank !
English and baby boy and Barbara ,
Chason \ \
June //\-Admitted.\ Lou Foster! ,
Robert Travis. Herbert Daniels
and Mrs. Charles Harper and baby -
boy; discharged, David Long, I ?
Paul Mispel, Clarence Thompson, S
Marsha Hupfel Ruth Mitchell
Gerald Eden, Adele Najur, Clifford I.:..
DuBois, Bertie Rhoden,
George McNccse, John Corliss, .
James Hudson Lnda Camp, Men r. CKOKHAI' KMMKHV
Willie Howard and baby boy, and "'''''''''
Mrs. Harvey Cotfman and baby ;" ,

boy.June Admitted, Vera Mcln- ::;; .' '. ,
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)' 'V r'
tyre Germaine Gale?, Hallio Ri- 4' '
naldi, Elizabeth Larsen Alma
Anderson, Hilda Campbell and .
Dale Howell: discharged, Nelda. T
Key, Mary FilanowskI, Mrs. Robert 141
Roebuck: and baby boy, Hiram
Swain, Lon Foster and James Bal 1 IAN
letto: j NATIONAL
June 8-Admitted. William Storey .
James Shelton Henry Miller, I IRST OF STUARTYour
Mildred Hart Greta Beadle Andrew
Stan Ed Larkin and James
Walker discharged Gerald Mat-

ion toneDii, Ely. Knight and Mary An- FREE PARKING .Your Full Service Bank Serving Martin County for Over 31 tears' WITH TRUST POWERS

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THE: STUART (}lw.) NEWS' Thursday. June 11. 1964 Mrs Blanche Bakif Mrs (,Iadv Mrs, Mildred
---- Mrs I Ann Kuhn.
- - - Schronn
I Ihomas Mrs Flla I i
'0< '" 'f" Rose Barker and Mrs ( alhcrmeHucrey 1NDIANTOWN NEWS

JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. Besides MeL Handihtick, out ; : :' !MRS DOROTHY McALUS! Ht: Com pondcM 597-2557

of-town guests included: Mrs 91. Mrs Maud Connell entertained w' 'W! TWarfield e }

Mrs Catherine Courtney past District home on Saturday afternoon, i
*fw," '' x e PTA Spent $600
2 president: Mrs .Hi Hill and June 6.Her ,

District President ObligatesFive Mrs Jensen. Keener.Beach Barracks and Charles >guests>Munch Mrs included Frank: Mrs O On Its School Last Year e tr

Auxiliary will discontinue meetings Hansom Mrs Tony Anderson

WWI Members on the first Friday of each Mrs Carl Houg, Mrs Ieroy Hep- Hiah.I I
Auxiliary month for the summer hut a joint pe, Mrs Mary Smith, Mrs Genevieve Warfield Parent Teacher ASK purchased for the Junior allotted I r
(covered h suppir will he held Oahagan Mrs Thomas cmtmn had I Kuccemfoil year acorthng <- Approximately $ISO was

World War I Auxiliary No 854 I District 2 meeting held nt t West on the third fnduy of each month Frushir Jr. Mrs Karl Jarvis, Mrs to Mm. Belly Nickles, awrctary I for this project of Mrs Tessic

held its regular meeting on Friday Palm Beach on May 24. on the Jensen Beach causeway un- Harry Haikelt! and Mrs. T. Dwight With the help ww ,
evening June .5. with President til 'further notice. The lirst of the'e1IJ'I'Cn Kelly One of the PTA objectives\ i jto j\ Harrison a PTA experiment
Five new members of the local supervisor
I will, be held Friday June promt the welfare of/ children -, having a playground
Ruth Hall in the chili. I Auxiliary were obligated hv the Prices went t o Mrs. Hanson, I t This gave
from I Him to p.m.
In of inclement m the achoot This he tHE
Senior elected l 19 at 5.10: pm case Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Gahagan can I "s
Vice President Mrs Eleanor newly \ District 2 President the the (cachers a much needed rest
weather it will r>e held al playground equipment, to add to I
Diffendal gave a report on. Mn Helen. Handchutk They. werew.f.PACGt'bnv community center. Business will _._ the enjoyment of school period( This project proved mos

.,...._-_.-. .,-- ..d.- -.---... ,. .- discussed. this time The that \\arfiel successful and we hope it can he i iI
.1tl hF p be at equipment < ;

; i I All members of I the Barrailis RIO NEWS Will ask. ot purchase this. )year was I continued increased and the "S25 a month and his GREW brother II., Bill Larkin, Palm Rowe City, ; +.

and Auxiliary are urged to turn the result of a successful! carnival, pay

THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH a out for these suppers and to bring MRS C. B. HFASLFYCorrespondint II with Fans I profit of $742,01. been attendance Nineteen awards dollars were this year.given as grew watermelon the seventy-aeven-pound on chair below, #' .'

u covered dish, table "service and in all the rooms have school library is
beverage a goal that finally wan achieved Each hooks year but reference books ;:;!:;;:::
with the fan
: purchase of four
AT 7-08 7 The library
: the busier pieces of play have to he bought.
i iq )MRS. IIVIRMORF) gr2.o : this Robert's
I IN IIOSPIIALMrs I "ffH" r vs '"f *"* (OWWW"4! equipment is the swing, added two more Revised year' and the .
of Order ''r.l
set so rhe PTA added another one Rules
invites you to enjoy Jane I ivcrmore of Coconut Civic Club Holds All teachers agree that one of! World Book Encyclopedia yearbook

Road m a surgical patient ut thc best aids i II the l .
'to teaching
SPECIAL SUMMER SERVICES i the fort I Pierce, Memorial Honpital film i I tonps. Reading strips for After all these pirchascs. the .N I" ,

!She I is reported to he making a Monthly MeetingAlthough grades one through five, and mathematica '- PTA next year will have little over x a
with M
t tr' satisfactory recovery, Her daughter and science won $100 to start the new year Sdtr4'
I strips
SUMMER Mrs Joseph McBride, of ales !

,r' SPECIALS : t liurnii. M..t., arrived last Tuesdayto / many members are MiM Deborah Snipes was recently '

upend a few days with Mrs on vacation, a potluck supper Will ,
1 ( Miss White' Weds Miss ShirleyRowe

: Billy Graham Fjlm, July 10. I Livermore Civic served Cluh.Devotions Thursday. June 4 at Rio I of the Stuart guest of ,t'w ',"' JIv t

'Florjda 'East Coast Assembly, July 13. Women's A ssn )Meets were given by Mrs Donald\ BartonMiss Private First Class! Charles W.

sacred fViccrt July 25. Youth Choir Once Month Now Henry Spencer Thomason from North Carolina
1a : a President Jack Shomer conducted Peggy White became the
Marietta Ga. the business meeting. Plans were bride of Donald Wayne Barton visited Miss Joyce Ann Myers on
: Jensen Beach Women Association and Thursday return a
made to participate in the Stuart in ceremonies Monday June 8 at Wednesday

M. Old J Fashioned: ) ; Picnic, August;! 1. !, mieling held I the its clubhouse regular' on business Monday July 4 celebration 7 McCormick:10( p.m. at her officiated home. Rev. O R. ing to. (amp Lejcune Thursday ,?

Hostesses for the :
Youth Workshop, August 3.Men's June I with In the thirty-nine absence of members the- Mrs Henry Spencer evening, Mrs, Robert For her wedding MissVhiU night.Mi !I Sara Jane Yoder visited St t

present I.arson. Mrs George Currm I chose a full length chiffon and Misg Darlene Jones
Prayer Meeting, Thurs., 7 a.m. i president, Mrs Mane Miller, the and Mrs Rae Zajic lace her cousin, HE ATE IT. (Well with !some help' from the rest of the familx I
gown of last
Bible Studies Son fest I I meeting was conducted by the I Rio. part Attorney Bob Randolph is shown with a whopper melon which the
Funfare next Will
1 Play vice president, Mrs. Edna Robbins The meeting be July The attendants were Miss Joyce
Woolwine is spending have finished
Nite ,4 2, with a potluck supper Purwood and Larry Long David Larkin i Brothers presented to him They just t markei
.Spizzermktum. decorated this week at the Methodist Youth ing 105 acres on land leased from duddie Savage on Martin

Youth Service Team. i by'I 1 Ihe Mrs flower ITiilma fund Watson prize was won CARD PxRIV HIM The. home A reception was beautifully was hud aft-- Camp in LccsburgMr Grade and the crop, produced from championship "Arkansis Razorback -

Starting this month and con There were nine tables in playat erward for friends and relatives and Mrs. M. E. Clemons seed, was termed "finest ever grown in eastern Mann:

SUMMER SERMONS: tinuing through September there the Rio Civic C tub card partyon Mr and Mrs. Barton left immediately visited Mr and Mrs Grady Smith County." They shoot for a 100-pounder or better next year

will he only one business meeting Tuesday. June 2, after the reception for Sunday. The demons were 0 n

God and the Beginning; Chrkt, The Troleble-maker a month on the first Monday. On The door prize was won by Mrs Tennessee, where they will reside their way home from Okinawa

Who In This Why Are We Here? the third Monday of each month Lee Stockwell and table prizes The bridegroom is in the service, The Smiths returned home with Is Planned

The Faithfulness of God Life at Its Best' there will he a dessert card party were won by Mrs Jack Shomer stationed at Fort Campbell Ky. them to South Carolina. Ambitious Program

Why Do the Good Suffer? I Belong 'lo Me at the clubhouse 1 On June 15, the Mrs. Sam Smguigni. Mrs. Dorothy Janelle Clements left May 18

To Every Daddy Because We Care p"rly111 he under the chairman Titlow Mrs N. Okamato MrsWilliam PFRSONAIS for a visit m New Jersey She will For Dunklin Vacation SchoolThe

The Brother This I In My Country ship of Mrs Alice Price who Mmncrich, Miss Alice i and home in tune for schoolin
; .1 Congratulations to Mr. return
t Our Father f :f" What h this Thing Called Love wishes to remind member and Paul, Mrs, Charles Conrad, MrsHenry '
Mrs, Eddie Joe Mills who celebrated September.
Saint' and Sumtn, + i Certalnlie for Sure guests that reservations are necessary Spencer, and Mrs RobertN anniversary Vacation Bible School for to go to McArthur Dairy officeto
their fourth
Call Mrs' Price at AT 7- Larsen wedding Mr. and Mrs Paul Rosefcrook Dunklin Memorial Baptist Churchin see how it is run. They also
a June 3 and to their !son,
SUMMER RECUIAKSi 2779. Mrs Charles Zajic. hostess, was who will: celebrate his first I are visiting with Mr and Mrs Indiantown will begin Friday plan to see how a newspaper is
The committee in charge of assisted by Mrs Robert Larsen, Danny, June 18 Bill Soothers, Mrs Rosebrook is June 12. and will last for the next printed and will he on television

Sunday Smket arrangements for the June 1 meet. Mrs Erne Jenkisn Mrs. Freda birthday Mrs Strothers' sister two weeks. A good time ill planned for cvcrv'
Wonhlp; Bible .
1\ 8:30 and Study 9:45: 1.01. ing included Mrs. Bald Standish, Schlimm and Mrs Kalholeen Miss leha Sellers from Bartow is still The principal is Mrs, Iris Wall one. Any children and ticnagcrs
: 11 elm..Ji4S, p.m. Bible Training '130 Mrs. Jackie Hicks recovering -
p.m. attend
Phillips I is visiting Miss Barbara Cochran at home after an operabon The teachers are Mrs. Helen Hill may

; Wednesday 7:30 p.ni.- Prayer and Bible Study Nursery b provided Complete The next card party will be in Indiantown Miss Sellers whois on her kg last month Mrs. June Mound and Mrs. Jean

al all service for 3 and under Tuesday, June 16 at I p.mPFRSONAI.S Miss Cochran's cou\in. is a 1964 Woodfin, three.year-olds; Jeannette Mrs. Marie Pollard has return-
graduate of Bartow High !\School The Vacation Bible School for Goode, Joyce Norman Linda ed after two weeks stay in Texas

j Rug CleaningCall the Methodist Church started en Wall Robin Mills, and Carroll
\NCIIORFD Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hales Mr. and Mrs Ronald Maxwell
Monday June 8. All young people McAllister, fours and fives, Mrs have
Mr and Mrs Reuhen Dowler left Tuesday morning for a visit returned home after a week
j BUT GEARED TO TilE TIMES are invited to attend. Mary Anne Lowe Mrs, Loreli
1 to the World's Fair New York stay in Jacksonville!
have left for an extended vacation. in
Kelly Mrs Shirley Todd. Mrs
WE BELIEVE THAT THE BFST IS YET TO BE WARREN'SAT They will visit friends in New They will he flying from Miami Mrs. ,Maggie Priest is responding Margie Bell, Mrs. L'velya Holt, and
I where their children. Lisa and after accident RICIURD K. ZUVtR:
treatment an
Connecticut and then to
I Mrs Susanne Morton elves
IN ,
EXEN TilE SUI\IMERllMF.1 sevens -
will visit aunt while their 3. Mrs, WILL GRADUUE
., John an June
7-1755 go on .&> the .J W..Yofk World on Wednesday night I and eights; Mn: Vada Yoder,
fair On their home will parents are away. Priest fell while getting into her Richard
.. way they Mrs Ruth Rhodes Mrs Jan Muse, K:. Zuver of NuthfulJ
--- -------- and the door knocked her
eK"'yI Mr. and Mrs Martin Jack Spell car, Mrs. Alice Adriance and Rev 111. !son of Kenneth Zuver ol Stuart -
tsy She is St. Marys
I will celebrate their twenty-nmtt down. in Perry Brooks, nines and tens is one of 196 seniors who are
West Palm Beach, where
pital in candidates for the bachelor ol arts"
wedding anniversary June 17 The teachers for the eleven and
the will undergo an operation some
I degree at Monmouth College Mein
twelve-year-old Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Keith Mitchell and time this week I Vivian Lett, Mrs juniors. Teresa Douglas mouth 111.. on Monday, June l ls
their children. Rust and Nora, will
Gary Crandall a teacher at Mrs.. Dorothy Me AH inter, and
take a vacation to Kentucky and WartuHd, has left for Indiana to Rev Ted Lott. and the intermediate About one-half of American
Ohio. They will travel through bolt adults wear glasses,
y visit his parents. David Davis a teachers are Superintendent
I 'tr. and will after week.
return a
i states 1964 graduate of Martin i CountyStnior Mrs Wanda Prevatt and Mrs

'k r Miss Charolette McAlliUer: will High School I, has gone withMr. Ruth Brooks, Mrs Vt Shires and

return to Grants Memorial Hos. Crandall to help with the Mrs Jean Hayes. For BeautyThat

pital School of Nursing after a one driving They are expected to return The nine and ten 'junior are

month vacation. Mist McAllistei after a (uionth visit going on a trip to the Real Life

will go from there to the mental The Floyd McAllister family Children Home in Okecchobee

hospital in Uuhoochce, where last Tuesday and Wednesday the eleven and twelve juniors aregoing

she will continue her training irpsychiitric spent in Key West The purpose of to the Indian reservation

;a.k care the trip was to see the sights' along In Brighl 11gton. The intermediatesare I ,
the going on two trips, since they i sy
way are studying life's vocations The

t"a visit Mrs. Dowler's mother and! Marvin H. Waldron, 1964 graduate first Thursday they plan to go to

other relatives in Fort Wayne, Ind, cif Martin County Senior High i the Coca Cola Battling Company

left night for I and the next
Mr and Mrs. Charles Babcock School Thursday Thursday they plan
\Vm., where he plans
4 1 have left to spend several months Milwaukee
,s8 ( .tvk to spend the !summer working with I
at their summer home oa Prescott FIRE AUXIIIARY
George Oliver's polo ponies.
', cPto Mich They also expect to visit HELPS: BROWNIES

relatives and friend m Nashville,, Mr and Mr4 Thomas Blanken-

Tcnn., and Newaygo, Mich ship and children Marti and Terry Induujtown Fire Department

left Saturday for Sarasota, Auxiliary held its regular meeting >
t.RuIL: "u,.:..'"....'11.:., fJliJvu'i
'at the firehouse
where they camped i I. Mayaca recently i
M Tu 6: ('IMI'IIT COlli'r OF"nor: State Park rettiraiag home Wednetday The Auxiliary is sponsoring a
MM'II .11 II/nt. IIK'II" IN
A\II Mill Mtllll\" cot-1IIIT". afternoon. Brownie Scout Troop. A rummage Is
"'tlH .>t. .'."'"111'. sole raised $40 for the Girl Scout ..
l> (lit'VI:'Ml >W. 8747t'NITEti The Rer R. W Waolwme and day and travel
!! I 'I'A'n:14' : sst'. > camp expenses for
ivmk: niMvk" '- I G. R McCormick are spending leaderShip courses.
AItK..IoJW! lUHr: ", .a ) Tuesday through Sunday at the

Rm 7M tm' I< I '
came out, thousand Ford Dealer HI ever the country have been weeping and wringing their bands They J. bDAMV HALL. 1 lprpII,1nnl., ,IT: ,JC,. in Lakeland fleet meeting new officers this week for in the order coming to

cant \orirf ot' *I>HI:, Lust .)<:'aAitNullr 1 Mrs alucl) Dooms is recovering
set M may Mgitaact M they would like. All this would upset us, too, except fps happened to u before la hr,\ ..Iv.. Hint tlm at home after a May in hospital ear. Membership cards are go. Beauty Salon

: Ton! tee, this was the behest Ales year .la Ford Division history. even before Mustang came eut At the banning ("'"":."'k.lrn(Clrult'"l!, ;; :mrt'iTr"larfln; : : allowing a heart attack.! whole ing to be year.sold All for members 50 cents for and the i

County, Florida mil nn U >ya> clay
.f the model-year, dealers couldn't get enough of our big/ hot Super Torque Ford Hardtopi (sales up Mor of Juno' ::I rail Ml.\ at door II :80 or A the.M.
luxurious Thanderblrds (tales BB U%)> Falcon sales are almost as big as Chevy n and Valiant combined. Falrlane hum:In :the (In' lY Mmiln of Hiuart County off.:r Florid tar .al*, Ihi t'IIIrl'I1'"IUII' ateallies"...TIIH. Myrtle. Clark Claire Scranton
.. A 511 IK MIHTI t INTr, Dr. W. W. Wirt the new doc- ,
and noil al public and t
continues_t! bt.a leader la Its field. Say eren though some people would like tu t* put the hlirheat and brut ennui baidur 1 t '
T t Mr TtT cash tie foll.mlni
t ill 1ir plants ttworltonMi unfwo cant let down oar hundreds of thousands of Ford, ... e'u"Tbunderbad miunte: In :Mnitm tlcacrla county pr.'erl'ly -. ALLARD I'I ala tltt.v. his new home in Fernwood Forest. ,

,Falcon and Fslrlane lovers.Why dont come see what an the : Florida: .. I
you shomtojl I'ORD twit.21, and for S, u t Lot 29, a. Fh AGr tRDMf.ndnnt

about!Irk year Ford Dealer for a test drive, (Too might even get him to smile.) I TION nil! k 01 n'' ,HT Ntn.1DWdr IIHIH( ESTt1'E*n-:$ ",OTIelt 0'" Sit'p this emblem h displayed you are
aicorlltiK M the I t'iat) tlwMninn i Tit: vu. AI.LARDP.Idene.
4 a Addend' assured of the /finest
-' hlw aM'.w M rw.MW. file In the ntrl. 0' the : insurance service
I'h'rk or lho ('|r""lilt Court In unknown .
3 end for Martin iiiinly I'lorl.dH You are hereby Rivet. not4. bat in the land.
rmoN d ,In: Plat iie"tt; tTOOETIIPR it oiiiUnlnt' for Plv. ..* k*> been
pace .. filed ....In.t you In the aheve and
areeolee l rates* by the PlaintiffUniel .
A Aimed the **nral naMir
WITH' no I
llulit flxtiir \\' .h'no As at which.. la to obtain a dlvomr. Vu
been arrixvil to the frM>nl' y....r An.w.rr
I Bill vhlih. are tirrrby drauacilhv U aald Oomplalntn
Y'w. : the partita h: r.-i. to bHu or Mare th r.nd day of Jane,
"lxIII'po. 1144. ctherwlM the .11..110. contained
in .,...h Co.pl.lDl will b"
,,'h ail' .. Kill b. made pIIl'Mtlln' taken aa ronfenced by :you, and the
lo the Float 11,','ro. of rorl"aur. rani will then proceed ex part.
ilatrd June 3. I MIM. In iban.xrr Knit answer or other plendlnn mum
t |In the irrult court IM filed with the Clerk of this
.Pw 'r'.Ij1'lnlt7hC: Judicial: Circuit: t In and Court and a copy thereof d I'tsin' .N
rurI.'lIn l'nlln"' dim if Florida ..rnd upon th* I'lulnlirf or
wherein IMTrn: : HrATMi HSVINOH tiff attorney.. Ou ehter.nn *
IIANk (I n') .:W.nK.I; }:W Ouchteraon, P O. Drawer 83, 8tu-
JI.HI'ENp: \\ .I..v inrnoratUn. art 1-lorlda.'
la I lalnllff Nolle of Unit shall be pub.
t HU' Thl. .
:and! Jf' 'i yn1tlI.irj:: husband ll.hrd In Th. adapt Not.... a n.....-
and wtr.. are .r.nd.nt. p Pr p"blt.bo< In Muart Martin.
Thin Natier .hall b. published tn (ountr. Florldv *nc* .very week. W. B. TILTONSince
The Stuart Nrar one Um.. for four ernnrrutlY week.POMS ..
Wltnraa my haul' and the offs AND OftOBIU: at fltuart,
.at' "< "" this a day Florida the' 14tJ .ft.lI&1.! m..
fanl aataxla SOO/Xl Nanllo* o'f"'j; .. i-s'1 IaiR'rtHT; :'
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With a $7. Order or More Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 6(3Q p.m.
L 24 BEEFST3EW9! C Friday 8 aon. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 ajn.,to 7 pjn.T .

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10 CONVENTION I MR.S MARY BROWN Come spondenl AT' 7.2996 EVA CAMPBELL, Correspondent 5463911iimmiiMMiim
Several Stuart independent fire
and casualty insurance agents will I '. I MMII I .. I mm. UI M rn .**** > -'fI1JI

be among will gather the more at Miami than Beach I 1,200who i I St. Christopher's Parish

Thursday for the sixtieth annivcrsary Zone 2 Civil Defense
convention of the Florida A&sociution I I
i Has New Administrator
: of Insurance whom I a
Among those from the

association has received advance Looks for AssistanceThe St. Christophers Mission i 1 Father Murray comes i n \I/"e\ "
registrations for the three-day I Church of Hobe Sound has existed ", t. Sound from St Edward p ,In'l
meeting at the Fontambleau Hotelare l church serviced !
: Mr. and Mrs Bill Berry and monthly meeting of f Zone day July 2 at 7:10 p.m. at the by various as a mission parishes since its erection in Palm beach, where he 0\1\ J

Mr and Mrs Ralph W Hartman. 2 Civil Defense was held Tuesday I Port Salerno firehouse f Anyone in 1952 as assistant nastor Prior u I h"

June 2. at Port Salerno fire interested. cordially invited to Recent appointments made by he was associated with Si John ,
SERVICE louse. attend or may contact Clementsat the Most t Rev Bishop Carroll of Parish in Hialeah, and St; Peter

nilS IS the new facilih lor Stuart ( ubmei! ompany, built at 7145 Dixie Highway, Stuart, by Sadler. Much discussion! was given to 287-5521!! Refreshments will be the Diocese of Miami have established and Paul Church in Miami i

p CHUCKG I Mute Construction CompanOwnen.. arc Mr. and! Mrs Noal Browning, who entered business hero getting old and new members of served during the meeting St. Christophers us>> a parish .
... ... the community interested in the DUANE KIRT HOMt: :
: in March, 1963 It is I is ol all-metal construction and! presents a fine appearance defense of the in time I in itself, served by a full-time
community Smith Honored administrator Duane
0 Sergeant Km.
D.p P.
y''I'i ""t|
-- .--. ,--" of natural and national emergenT Patrick who Mr. I
287.5019 He is Rev Murray, and Mrs. Albert F .kin
--,..tti04lt.-. ... .an ? Aiken, from Independence Mo., cy By Birthday Dinner I took over officially on June 4. South Coconut Way in Hohe Hills,I'
Owned by Chuck SUUweO The hurricane season which I has been I
Port Salerno Ocean Breeze Park News I to Mrs. Aiken home here. Theyare has just started, should he of in. P. O Smith was honored with. leave at home.enjoying a flfteef1'JdY t

spending a weekend in Venice crest to all citizens of this area, a surprise birthday dinner recently Patrol Girls Feted He has been stationed
his first at hIlt
celebrate seventy
Road Service and to
Civil Defense
where the program
Mr Roxy Enfield, Correspondent Paynes are building a birthday, at the home of his niece. Kobbe in the Panama Canal Inne
lakes of disaster
Open 7 day a week -t new home. a great part in I Mrs. James Maxwell Mr Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stuart MacLach for the past fourteen months. "nl'|
rr1w.lusTr 'n'f4, .1>M l T1n n mlill II" n u ... Trained workers can help with three beautifully Ian of Mayo Drive, Jupiter, were will return there, when h" ...,,
Mr. and Mrs Tom Cook left greatly in a time of need.A. was presented u
The Clyde Rcddmgtrs left Sun as soon as she is able, will go to for decorated cakes. hosts recently for a pool party for expires, for an additional I IOlil.
a visit with relatives in An E. Clements, director of Zone Mrs. Joanne Baker and her school teen months service.
I w
iris day to join their daughter and her home in Port St. Lucie. Her zona. They will then go through 2 Civil Defense, hopes to see everyone Those present were: Mr. and patrol girls The party wound up His

family at Farewell Lake near Horton many I Iriends in the park wish her British Columbia and visit a daughter become interested in this Mrs P O Smith and daughter a i year of good work well done by the canal only zone comment" cone ennug

Mich. A high' point ol the a speedy recovery in Canada. pro rllm. The following jobs are Elaine; Mr. and Mrs Donovan the patrol. a lute warm there was for Thmj,' ,gilt"
Mr hie-
David a w
Smith Sr. and son, ;
Mr. available in these : medical,
Hummer will be of sections
a re union
Redmgcrt high school teachers Mr. and Mrs AI I nnis spent Mr and Mrs Art Johnson have welfare, engineering auxiliary police and Mrs. Donovan Smith Jr and Chief cook and bottle washerwas Any of Duane friends m ,I s
and classmates After fifty years, lust weekend i n Ocala, visiting left to spend their summer vacation and radiological communica. daughters Donna and Druian: Mr I Mr. MacLachlan presiding write him at C Compam. i third
Crmr M.rin. all with the ot two have their son and his family. Their with) their children, stopping ions. and Mrs. Richard Smith and sons, quite capably over the barbecue Battalion Airborne, 4>09 hlanm. '
.. ..... exception first with their daughter in Pontiac Gerald Mr Fort Kohhe. Canal
Cu d D. survived and expect to be there. son had just returned from Alaska The next meeting of the Civil Rickey Danny and ; grill.The Zone
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF The fcnmtes attended their Mich. Defense group will be held Thurs- and Mrs. Alonzo Smith; Mr and girls had a big green cake
Capt. ToUy EngebestsaoSalerno Mrs, Lena Waring, who has granddaughter graduation. Mr. and Mrs William Mrs Steve Kucena: Mr. and Mrs with a gold sheriffs i star in the ATI ENDING SYNOD!'
been companion i to Mrs PriscillaGriffith I have Downey Jack Curry and son Bill; Mr. and center.: It was removed and delivered Harofd McCuen Hobc
*... ** -IMT t this i winter, fell Tuesdayand Mr and Mrs Thomas Payne home gone in Glen for the summer to their Mrs Linford Hobby: Oliver Smith to a guest of honor who Presbyterian Church's is Sound
fractured her knee She is in from Kansas City, Mo., accom- Spey, N. Y 4.H Clubbers and sons, Joel and John; Mr. and could not be present, James Holt, the Synod of Florida delegate i III
Shipyard l Lf.sr14 Martin Memorial Hospital. but, paned their sister, Mrs Charles Mr and Mrs. Walter Bumg ares Mrs. Gordon Maxwell and Mr. deputy sheriff of our area. Daytona Beach meeting "I t
.ftlftft: ,.... .1.... 1_ and Mrs. James Maxwell and son, Attending other than Mrs. Baker on June s
a Miami
pe tuiuy icw uttyB in 10 I Return HomeSeveral through II. McCune ," accoi .
meet two of their relatives, who' Jimmy 'and daughters Maybcll. and the MacLachlans, were: panied by his wife, and also atiim).
will visit them for several weeks i Patty and Thclma Jean. Karen Balddock: Susan Lammoree lOa are Rev and Mrs Dicksot

and then return to their home in young people have returned Georgcanne Shepard, Debbie Sor- They expect to return on Fnda
Cleveland, Ohio to their homes this past BIBLE SCHOOLCOMMENCEMENT den Betty Barkhenncr, Pat Campbell of this week. )
facili Joyce Miller Brenda }Hill ,
weekend after enjoying the -- ----- --
Mrs Karen Cram has returned Jackie Myers. Debby Kessler,
ties at the 4 H Camp Cloverleaf The Southern Methodist t Church
from a visit with her daughter in Lake Placid Sandy Muse Jill MacLachlan, Sal. '
Tallahassee. Bible School will hold its com
Iy Ann MacArthur Darlene Ran-
Rising early in the morning at mencement program Friday evening dall and Dodie Douglas. YOURDRIVER'S
Ralph Tenor who has been in the sound of a bugle all would i June 12, at the church. Everyone Guests were Becky and Buzzy LICENSE
Martin Memorial for is welcome to attend.
Hospital for gather a flag raising ceremony
Baker, Becky Arnold and Becky'slittle
treatment, has returned to his Breakfast, and group singing in a brother, and Charles Shaming DURING/ YOUR
home large and tonum. Classes in cook I PERSONALS BIRTH MONTH

ing, swimming square dancing and
Mrs. Harry Sanders has enter. handcraft were provided. One Mrs Rosa' Quigley left t this i .
ed Martin Memorial Hospital for feature enjoyed was cooking by past weekend to spend several
an operation. Indian weeks with her son and family In
........... 111 11 1i1 ,,"" .."p"', ,' All were squaw responsible for keep. the State of Washington South She
ing their cabins clean and in order. plans to visit friends in THANK YOUTo
Palm News The group with the cleanest cabin Bend, Ind.. and stop to see the
for' the day was rewarded with a wonders of the Grand Canyon.

free trip to the canteen, where Mr and Mrs Walter Peterson
MR.S ANITA UIIITE;, they enjoyed two free wects." and family left Saturday for Ten.

Correspondent Those attending from Port Salerno nessce where both will attend folks here who have
many, many
Telephone 287-5582 were Maddie Sheats, Debby classes this summer at Memphis
l \\Irmn\ mm/ T"T''i1"inTi\ \ /" \ i'O'4c { and Cindy Mispel, Cathy Crane,
,. ,.,. daNkNMkeraaa ........ aAtw State University. They also planto befriended me in innumerable ways,
c;::: \ Sundra Evans, Rcha Enckson. Elsie visit with relatives nearby.
1 2 GUARANTEED !8WRJ11NC !!;( c: Stangcr and Susan Brady.
':. ;? '"; Vacation School people whom I like to call friends, my

27 Months I -20,000 Miles I ;-, IN WRITINO WIAK i.. l Has 118 TWO GIRL SCOUTS JLY-UP Mrs. Alice Geigcr has returned sincere thanks for your thoughtfulness
PupilsOne Carrie Donn and Jo Ann Shel
.. ... .. 1 30 MONTHS to her home after a visit to a West
{* run *M4 h. r4 "'u. ) >.1. < "IIt. ::: ton represented Port Salerno at cooperation and support. I have had to
J"S Amlim elf flat no limit mmrmit fur, .J Palm Beach hospital Our best
<* Ik* (If* of 4k* TIM IMUI! .a.la.t flrlr7"S <. 2S 000 MILESTUBELESS the "fly-up" ceremony for Girl
: I. wnrarnutab. 4ramiuMvl u.. cud ui.l m*; hundred eighteen children wishes are offered for her con end
association of the 7
Scouts of this held Saturday -
*_ collet U ced .e ; ; .. .
r. l for niomk or jpj afternoon atJhe Mcoioiial .
rf lk.'Ml prrlr* pr!.<.* pr....11I".. Daily Vacation Bibte *hK>l which: \ ;T\ith\ Stuart Office" Supplies Inc. and
: started Monday. The hours ,are Park in Stuart. The girls,were accompanied The John Masons have been I
t."j.J."Wl"lVi".t""l"lV..Vt"l\llui.; \ from 8:10 to 1 11:30 1: a.m. Rev. Ta to the impressive ceremony busy entertaining their grandson
turn says it is not too lute to by Mrs. Jo Shelton Carrie from New York these past several my son and I have moved north to re-
TUBELESS the for join and Jo Ann are members of Troop days. We wish him a very pleasant
group those who Mill wishto
HO) in Port Salerno. Mrs Vicki visit and hope he returns home enter the newspaper business. I shallno
2 IXR) 4 10K 2 FOR 4 I OR' come. Prosk is the leader of this troop. with a good report of our com

MRS. YINGLING mumty longer be affiliated with that businesS -

750x14 3371 6542 750x14 3593 6986 Chapel The choir gave of Mrs Palm Marietta City Baptist Ymg' The Manatee Marina pool was I from Mrs.Linden Mary, Hudowicz N. J.. have and been son in any way. I shall retain only'

ling a surprise birthday party aft the scene I of a swimming partyheld welcome guests at the home of fond memories of IS residencein
2 I'OR 4 FOR Tuesday June 2 for the following years
2 FOR 4 I'OR cr choir practice Wednesday evening the John Radmans They are returning -

600 x: 13 ........................ '26.91 ................ 5182 600 x 13 ......... .......... 2934 .. ..... ... 5668 group of girls: VickieThompson home this week, Stuart for those with whom I was
650 z: 13 .......... ............. 3140 ......... .... 60.80 650 x 13 31.54 ... 6108 Prosk, Carla, Patty Hirrala Scurry Nancy, Sue Measles won over a tonsilccto-
700 x 13 ::: ::: .::.::::. :: 33.72 : ::::: :::::: 65:44 PRAUR CIRCLE MEEIS associated in The Stuart News for a
Miss Brown this I
700 x: 13 ............ ......... ,33.66 ... .... ..... 65.32 McPherson Jo Ann Shelton, Beverly my for Peggy
800 x 14 ...... . 38.11 ... ..... .,. 74.22 The Cottage Prayer Circle of Sherrie Phillips and week. Peggy will be scheduled -
800 x: 14 ....................,.... 3.597. .............. 69.94 H50 x 14.. ... 42.47 ...... .. ...... 82.94 the United Church of Christ will Lisa Oaughan Harrala. past for the tonsilectomy later decade and for those who helped make

850 x 14 ... ............ ....... 38.24 .... .. ...... 7448 900/950 14 ....... ...... 49.04 .,.............. 96.08 meet at the home of Mrs. Julia Mrs. Ardath Thompson was this month at Martin Memorial the office business successful.
900/950 x 14 ................ 45.01 ........... 8802 640/650 xU............. 2851 ........ .... 55.02 Lane, Friday, June 12 at 10 am hostess and had as her helpers, Hospital. supplies

640 ]x 15 ................ ..... 2479 ............ .. 47.58 670 ]x 15 ..... ........... ... 3071 ......... ...... 59.42 Mrs Mark Baker will be the lead. Mr. and Mrs Harry Kahn, Mrs
670 xU..... .. ............ 29.26 ...... ....... 5652 710 ]x 15 .... .. 33.68 ...... .. .. 65.36 er Rev J. Marson will give a talk Lena Roth, Mrs. Jo Shelton and The more than 22,000) .000 worn

710 ]x 15 ..... ..... .... 3152 .... ..... 61.04 760 x 15 .. .... ... .. 39,57 ................ 77.14 on the seven laws of prayer. Mrs Vicki Prosk en workers in. the United States r. A. Wenninger; Jr.

760 x 15BOO820 ... .. ..... ...... 35.01 ...... .. 6802 800/820 15 ........... 4528 ................. 8856IfBtlYI'L make up one third of the entire
PERSONALS Mart Van Buren employed civilian population
xU................ 4052 ............... 79.04 : 2 FOR 4 F'ORTUBETYPE President i the
opposed the annexation of Texas country .. I
2 FOR 4 FOR 640/650) xU.............. 2516 ...... .. ..... 48.32 Mrs. Gloria Richardson and son,.

670 x 15 .....-_..-.......... 2408 ... .. ......... 46.16 670 xU. .. .... 27.93 ........,....... 53.86 Cary, are spending some time in THE DEPENQABUS:SUCCESS CARS.OF.fc4

710 x: 15 .................. ..... 2666 ...... .... .... 5132 710 x IS .. ....... 31.48 ........ ..... 60.96 Houma, La., visiting her parents

760 xU. .... ... ... 3048 58.96 760 x 15 .... 3520 .......... ..... 68.40 and friends. sNot

800/820 x: 15 ......... ...... 34.9'1... 6798 800/820 x IS .. 41.93 ........ ..... 81.86 Mrs "Tish" Gillespic has returned -
All Whitewalb $2.88 per lire Extra \Uilcwalb $2.88 per! 'Tin Extra to her home after having r

undergone surgery at Martin Memorial .

Mr and Mrs Daniel Axton and b J

family are vacationing here in Palm
.030 OVERSIZE HEAVY DUTY IININC City, where they are visiting their i

RHINE BRAKES ALL 10URMltbLJ> many friends. The Axtons. who .-J).
$26 95 formerly had the Gulf station now iI
URN ALL OUR DRUMS run by the Rameys, have made I
REBUILD ALL FOUR CYLINDERS their home in Newburgh Ind

All Other Cars $31.95 Mr and Mrs. Clyde Davis are

ALL FOUR BRAKES I jf, GU,IRAN.FEED enjoying daughters the and company their children of front their all leaders are born

PACK FRONTMIKFL BEARINGS Alabama: Mrs Frances Waldrop,
ALL LABOR INCLUDED 15 !Months or 15,000lUes! and her son and daughter, und
Mrs. Jeanette Baird and her son
and daughter and her niece, Luna e. \ ..Y't

NO MONEY DOWN John F Donian is a patient III
Martin Memorial Hospital


taw SpJEa1 IFUf George C. Hutchins, aviation J 151

UtEK ordnancemun first class. USN, son _
of Mrs. Connie Martin of Stuart -- ..
'is serving aboard' (fie Navy] __
anti! submarine warfare aircraft
i FRONT WHEELSPECIAL carrier USS Lexington operating

out of Pensacola Lexington serves
as the training aircraft carrier for some are made i

ALIGNMENT $ student aviators at tht various I ITh.
Naval l Air Stations scattered
$488WE throughout the country. :. I
rather handsome car ibovt it what you might' 4. The lively VS Chat goes on regular in I The sell.
I ADJUST CASItR! CAMBER: TOE-IN; TOEXHJTIt tall i two.tarn* winnw Pedal M the nation, mpwcmup diluting, tMtkts Md 32.000.milt Intervjl between '
INSPECT ENllRf; FRONT END IOR MORN PARIS sates uterus fait year and centimes toMl mater(rent i lobs.6.The solid way,it's put togetherwth 'B4 Dodge J

(Regular: PrIce $6.8H) and smash thos Icily lain marks in.1964 fully unitized rust.protected: body. 7. The
I MIlJACK'S It'i ilso ulltd 11964 Dodge. Or Die low pnctd or price (right with Ford and Chevy
.that doesn't look I Ukt on.or(ml tiki one Pooplo who f
r NO EXCHANGE NECESSARY will ... II.. .14 II... .11 If these like for A
ON IS" a U TIRES W. I. seem good
pretty reasons
your car ...vrlc.. "lu. l.. I 30 N a.o*. Hiv bought ont and who,IncidwiUlly.iritridmiM
!-:!/...I plu. ncapp.bU .."' ...... II .. . Iokl: L Tht took 2. The roomy and rithtr posh in. changing the look and feel of (lit espies field
GULF laws 3. use silts uvingj ot its limoui Slant Sue You'U find them it your Dependable Dodge Dealer i


Jack Saundtnon, Owiier 301
,1 l1'4- 2903 SOUTH 4lh STREET FORT PIERCE
AlA Fort s.Jerao.AT 7-2028 .
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'y,:ui" U o' Limit, Three with' $5 or More Order Limit One Pfeaie
If r 2oocoo Order

Expires Sot. June 13: t .. HUNT 91
/ NO COUPONS REQUIRED t / f OR part _".. J _._ ::::
h 100 Extra Free Stamp 1 --.11I.-..-...
When You Buy lw
d tut.I Nit 11%CMwtet.. hit.....HI.''n Srde I
INUN"t.11... .,Ml...II. "I'er{ NCI'ia Until truti..>-.InI-..Nil. Ota tl H IIMMIII,IK.MUM IKi 1 r L b O

so Extra Free StompiWhin

till lllttH,, You !nltl Buy HIM IMtMM Gt. Tin ______
lit llltMt CMK/ Ml...I j.II H _
MID"*win lui mi $- m M<
err f I'N..ro.' IrMII IKl IMtaprtnM
: 49-Or.orcoPVRIC"T BUTTERMILK BREAD 214-ot.1 00 i
WINN 1962 DIXIE O a S T 0 RES Right Quantity, Ra. CHARCOAL BRIQUETTJ DART _, ,

ne> Prices Good Thru Sat., June 13 30-lb.CABOT Bag. ....... 89c Pkgs. POUND CAKE 11-... Sit* 35'J

: "So,Tender So Good" Delmonico DEEP SOUTH CHOICE!
6 Packs With
Order or More

Id ..............."
2 t Lb. 12-Or. Con 12.Oz. CanE

". RIta
Lb. .. "" -t. '*' 91 61

RIBS LB. 39c'All ... ', 24-Jar i. 39: \
Meat Stew or For Bar-BQueGround RESSINGCI
Chuck u. 0V( BEEF RIBS u.29 S ALAD I

I Frozen Fresh U.S.D.A. Grade "A" FRYER LIVERS ... u.49c "Mix All Flavors or Match"Incl.l Your Choice'' Limit One With $5 Order or More

i l:I FRYERTHIGHS 3 9 CHEK low Calorie K't3;!; flfe fmB i s -IH29c


:I Ib. Big; !.or, Cans PINEAPPLE JUICE Con' 3 CANS

!fi' Frozen Fresh U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. $ THRIFTY MAID
15 caB.$1 TOMATOESTHRlFTY 2vican' 4, CANS .
Lk. 20-os. *

I PALM RIVER SLICED A P R I COT S Whole 27-c.. Unpoeled 2tt. Cell 4Vr CANS
1 1'Lb Pk 39'Ib. There's NO
I; g. DIXIE, DARLING' White or Fudge

i tniM "" "ft"c..11h Co* t CANS
Copoland'i or Dlrr'i Gold Sal 100 Extra Free Stamps With Each *
Devil Food Banana Coconut Chocolate JCRACKIN'
i Wieners 3.Pkgs.:' $1 CubeSfea Quick Frozen 24 lk s3 Bas: $$199 tl l DISPOSABLE Il en GOOD PIES Vo? 546oi. fOR .

., CIGARETTE................FILTERSRimovti ........... Gerber's Baby Food Vim Detergent Tablets
.. I Plumroio Cooked.Canned .N..rtlIH. Tolmadgo I Forms Country Cured ......-M.M-
HAM CAN. 99 CAN ps HAM ;,,......"-$189 ass$'p NICOTINE TAR3esdpQollhe up to tit ef Junior 3/49c Strained 8/89c <4 0-oz. Pkg.69c
from rtgutif
ntlfilttrilp.[ J' Final Touch
Fresh Fruits & VegetablesWATERMELONS :
'"'IrNRed Silverdust, '
I 85'
(Fabric .
Ripe 85
u.99c Softner 33 .
Jumbo Site With Tumbler Gt. Pkg. )) -01


10 IMN.t.Np Wit Western Pink Meat Jumbo : LEMONADE CAN-or.EA.

2-Lb. Cup p 3 $ \
FirSt Quality & Luscious Size PARKIN LIMEADE 60Z.

Golden Ripe LIIIY'S DRINKS' -oz.

C ......... 10 ASSORTED BOOTH'S Whole Round Brooded MU C* ASTOR Crinkle" Cut 4 1-11. 99fM.dlum
Sharp 69c ...ms-wms. %& C i 1-LB. PKC.
Phil. Cream mm SSU u. 49c PLUMS CCSCalifornia : > 1,. 29c PIES I Kill 14-oz. 29C
CHEESE B-oi.,... 29C i Snow Whit *
Mazola Corn Oil $ Western Sliced



;?-68c Giant 7 O r Z9l Jumbo SO 29. 22-Oz.. 65' O Bath OOC 22-Oz. Quart
Pka Size 7.:111'
t i e err Size Size __ I


', t.nqUCl1l per. IT ,,1 '
quarter i>r fraction thcreol Anti
FO KI the dui date for Jul\. I I I. the

sT hrpnmng I the penalty ol the prcvunisK hscal year was 2

A o r Rf per cent per month after sites da\
I After the due date which was Sept
I There is no grace period iiiulcr
the amended au

It was explained that ,i "seasonal -
store' would l not become dehn-

....., I .... qucnt until after the dale ot its
Po"M 0 ........ 4 eeannlreaa.ar. vmmimmm* II raae f w I'" '" I ei '
) State Retail opening and that .1 nc" More
Thursday June II, 1964 FOR RENT I ; WANTED 'I BOATS A SERVICES 63 FOR SALE, )tlKellan 1 i I Real Dilate For Sale 90 must apply for a license prior 'u>

", s'4."' ,""',..,/j.i/ : .____,, 44f. ... waransaswweswsw .. 58R8 4.... .. .r eNWa MMeua taaw I' ,.. the date of opening

,... THIS SYMBOL IWO bedroom / : Experienced Automotive AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, TRUSSES, eluallc OWNER going North must sella Licenses Due I- :5i' S
r Clean, bookkeeper lull time cm Complete Sales., Service, Parts knee pada, anklet, beautiful lot In North River REAL ESTATE FOR SUE 90
\ : MEANS IIIVT Close apartment in Reasonable I (" good salary pleasant I Good selection of dependable Used Drug Corp. ) Shore Lot 16 Block 4. North Applications for the annual re- .
for rent 619\ tart fifth < conditions Job open im Motors. Expert Fact4>ry-Traine4 FOR Sale Fork zoned single familyresidences. toiler More license for 1964-65 k
READERS P\Y 1O RF\D A I 71756 ( ) at old established firm. Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT A bred, : Collie sdpr on all cash deal were being mailed out last weekend FOUR bedroom waterfront home.
Box: (,. cio Stuart News MOTOR SALES Inc 440 Rt. 707 :851 1 champion Mock $2,750 FIRM PRICE. Contact to more than 60,000) dealers, Will trade for vacant land. Write
YOUR ADS IN NOW Renting, t small 6-11 ((41)"mploywent ) In Rio. AT 74)944 tf (63)) after 6 p.m. I ( ) I 1.eIlVtelll/ Estate Realtor Route' J. Ed Straughn, director of the Box 23, Stuart Fla tf ((90))
room Apts Furnished stvrs 'tetallMRaN l _____ ___ ...v' 2, Box 74 Fort Pierce 4ft I .6Vi6. Honda Revenue Commission ban
GIje! hmd CLGA bath, screen porch, OUTBOAK1J MOTORS REPAIR Wanted 1* Buy (Mhc.) 7-2 ((90)) reported NEW 3 bedroom, P' J hath ('ar-
insulated cathedral .. Wanted 48 ED We have parts for aO ,, porte screened porch. utilit\
--- --- -- that the
looking 10' I and .,''''''J" y.......,. popular make Can test your coil + NaRaansrNnarixear.. "' WIDOW SAYS SELL CBS 1 bedroom : Straughn points increased out the and storage room Concrete ilnu
paring and condenser Ulmei Motors. Dial WANT the best 1963 Legislature and sidewalk lot 7s\liHi
park. I'lcnu)' reliable middle price 2 bath home Central I way
DIAL rental, $5000 M t sitting by AT 7355. Your Friendly Dodge car? Call Jack Bruiel Awning 7';,IIU'I..'a' Radiant central heat Price S12900 1 :!.-
price Call AT 7-0205 heat and) air conditioning I
7.1550 Walking distant1 grocery ace! woman. 6-25 ((48)) Dealer. tf ((63)) 1214. Mettle Motors Inl ) windows'!, alum awnings,, tcr- Real Palate For Sale 90 Mayo Drive Tropic-Visia.
ATlantic Inc Seven; C's J s and . off County Line Rd near lupi
quire rano flOOfScreened porch :
on U S No. 1, one 4.-MIMINrMraMllwww>It'a.awi FOR SALE: Complete I line of REAL ESTATE FOR Florida room FHA financed-no a'vatrw sre i"4W e -"**' ter, Girard 746.1181. 6 I 11 I 11901( :;|

To Place Your FASF SiI.IVC- I' Si I Lucie; River Brjgc. (( shteM Opportunltta 50 Marine Supplies, Marine'Paints; """' '" I .. financing charge*. $2290000. Roland CANAL lot pff St Lucie. Lot No. -INDIAN-River- Home.
CI'I' ', 100x125, Spacious
Marine Hardware everything for 5, Harbor Estates
,\1> < _>.tI'l'V'! III".V'." "" "" G. I ucilcr. Realtor 729 Colorado
toW COST WANT FOR rent 2 bedroom IN Rio Lou Bock- two bedroom CBS home with
your boat WhitKar Boat Works, good building Best offer over $2/00
apartment, close in. $ Sunoco Service Station now Port Sewall tf ((63)1RAILERS ) Also two bedroom Ave.. Stuart Ml ((90)) art 4940 N. E. 27 Terr., Pom- screened ia porch 12<.foot water
287-1()8J or 287-5569. ( ) under construction on U. S. No. .., ly new good well -- --- ----- Beach, FU 199-0204. tf(90)(\ ) front on river. 800) feet deep Mature -
WANT ADS m. r> :'t'*' pano
f -m
NEWS jSjir
1 in Stuart Available for lease building in hack I4 2O NEW two bedroom home one orange and citrus trees hear-
RATE Five cents average ATTRACTIVE elllclency will train you and pay while &, SFRVICFA 68 100 Inquire E < bath, corner lot. Legion Heights FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront ing high quality fruit A bargain:
word minimum: charge per per inner-- Rio. Pleasant' location training Reasonable investment .. 'v' w t-'mmmmM*.**:'* 1282 Stuart. Flu\ ( ) $10,990. Easy terms W. II(. Wan: lota Hih end dry. at 18.0IlU.lKI.) ( ). Ho>i C. Murphy\ ,
for to easy distance of dock right party Write Sun Oil C'o -- ner Co, AT 7-4880 or AT 7-1J96 Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 7- Realtor, AIA I Jensen !Beach AT
$100( ( twentyaverage ?
lion words). up Words in AIL Reasonable yeafround 967, West Palm Beach Fla.. WANTED 8 or 10-foot !trailer(! THREE bedroom, IVS tf ((90)) 2595. If ((90)) 7.3340. )h.I I I 11901( |
used hut in good condition, reasonably _._
AT 7-2581 after 5 furnished --- -
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first pm. call collect TB 2.3339 after Call 287-0614. or home 1$100. DOWN!! Government acquired ENJOY the ,unoctover the St;
priced. BR
D. I. Abbott Star Route and Will NORTH River Shores Road 3
00 m tf f ((10) carnorie
word, count as two words each. Beach, Ma. ( ) p ) writa Bo* I 1822, S)lIarJ. Ml ((68)) equity for $1,950. (171)I homes, 2 bedroom and Sunken! bathtub carporte with Lucie River. CBS 2 bedrooms.
White apace above or below or I [ plant and lumber yard monthly payments. See 3 bedroom. Port St I.ucie. C I.. built-m Bar-B-Q Large living IVi bath WATERFRONT HOME.
within ad will he charged as the FURNISHEDroom./ I -including block plant and FOR Sale I : 2.r 1954 Silvery Clipper first 345 White Pine I Smith Broker, 203 Angle Ropd room with Cathedral ceilings Large Completely and nicely furnished
m.nber of words (five) that could Very clean Front! conveyor Or will rent. Call I aluminum house trailer. Vory Heights, Owner AT \ Fort Pierce HO 4-1209 Evenings kitchen with ample cabinets and Florida room has large alum awning .
be printed in the blank line, or crjitor New electric I 33. tf (50)) good condition Best offer. Tcln- 6 I 1 ( ) and Sundays, 110 1-6329 brkfst. bar. Circular driveway on attached garage. A BEAUTIFUL -
25 cents per line, i., ilctc privacy.. Adults. Cal| ... I phone AT 7-2237. tf ((68)) 6-18\ ((90)) large corner lot Full price $12- HOME. $2HOOX() ) Roland
Classified" 0768. ) r .. ., DEEP water dock close Ci k Lueder Realtor, 729 (Colorado
Display rat I e t on ... /IIIM"y! "' 70000 Call after 5 for appt
& FOUNi53 Inlet. This water access RIVERSIDE DRIVE with beautiful tf Ave., Stuart. 611 ((911)( )
application.These 287-4710. ((90)REAL )
IN Stuart across front Services Offered, Mis*. 71 custom built CBS 2 view of the St Lucie. CBS .- --- ---
are cash rates for ads One bedroom, kitchen .. ..-1. ...' i4JJN,tRrw. w8e1111lseIrass eaet baths, basement, 3 bedroom 3 bath home. Central JIIOI1IIII"" U 11II> 111I.-/. .. "

brought or mailed to The Stuart and dinette. Newly [50 REWARD for information I. WISCONSIN, Bngia Stratton. Florida room, alum heat Air conditioned. Fireplace ESTATE FOR SALE 190
News with'payment. If you are a tile floors Furnished $75 leading to the recovery of black I Clinton and Lauson AIR Ira large garage. Priced in living room, all closet cedar ,..... .
Ing utilities. Before 10 white cocker spaniel, male IIrw -'
Stuart News mail subscriber or are 900.0 Roland O. lined, screened lanai. elcc. kitchen
listed in the Stuart telephone directory after 7 p.m. 287-5055 I ( ) half white, half black I COOLED parts and men ENGINES who knew in stock W. to tor 729 Colorado Ave? equipment including dishwasher

you can plate your ad by tele FURNISHED apartments to name "Brandy. an\wer'l i repair them. ULMER MOTORS ( ) Garage Beautiful' grounds.
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and er, 3 rooms and Hobo Sound and I "or" Dial AT 7335SYour Friendly s.' 'Y'\IIIIII_ I 1$2900000 Term a. Roland G
of 'I I 11II
west Turnpike on Friday I ucdcr..
ay "I want to place a want-ad. and dock privileges. Dodge Dealer. tf (71)) Realtor 729 Colorado
Motel, 443 North { Telephone/ Dave Baker I I For Sale, Mbcrlfcweous Ave.. Stuart Ml I ((90) C. B. ARBOGAST
iI' 7-0586. Anyone having seen '
Drive Jensen! Beach. AT I RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service "' ; fl A.t>. "
dog alive or dead please" trans I 2-story apartment framehouse
Cleaning and repairing. Also
Give mall f I address as I
your ( ) Near
information 6.11 (1'3)) school Each apartment -
drain fields repaired and re-laid.
well telephone number REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925
.... In as your want-ad The Stuart COTTAGE for rent. !Ja I: Dial AT 74)651 AJ7-9862.jf(71)( ) WE'VE GOT hal two bedrooms, living '

News your has hundreds of comfortable. $15 a ,[ NOTICES 55 !I WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE r-- All room room., dining large room. Needs kitchen repairs.bath. 252 Osceoh Avenue, Stuart AT 7.0440
287-0902 after 6 o'clock wwa rw"CASA
( )
i out-of-state subscribers who lrtlelee .!JWI.III '.' I I BALANCING with Bear Equip- $5.999. AT 7-4695 tf ((90)) PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING
are your best possible prosUpects FURNISHED efficiencies i ment by trained mechania will -
clean easier with the
for real estate sales and LIVE on Sluwts Miami.; Beach,"
or season, utilities for itself in tire wear. We have the
bouts, help wanted, Adults, to Blue Lustre Electric Shampooer and Your frtad- Hutchinson Island homesites
Summer rates i equipment men.
$1 day. Hartman-Lelgh-1 I i LOTS and ACREAGE
trailers, and servo ber 1 I. South of Stuart. per Ily Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS BOAT & MOTOR $4..500.00 and apartment sites $5-
Funnture 6.11(55)(
after .5 p.m. ( ) I. or Dial AT 7335S. tf (71) MRouttTOT HI. A 000.00 Roland G. Lucder Real-
'''''II J A N<1 O N Y-M'o U S l. if ) tor, 729\ Colorado Ave. Stuart NORTH FORK EDEN \\ilh 1,900 ft frontage: on the North
TWO-bedroom furnished meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wed. I I TERRAZZO Tits and Marble,. 6-11 I ((90)) Fork, overlooking a picturesque bay, and with an unobstructed
ment. All electric W H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 ..
:JIECULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: en. Clean, attractive at the Community Church, I or AT 7-1696. If (71)) W' W4A "a. e' Tsr.'!': r'adv" t 3 mile view down the wide M. Lucie, this 25.30 Acre parcel h
(Numbers over 100 refer to div from new High School. For information. I. Real Estate For Sal 190'ft truly one of the' outstanding properties available today At ONLY
play classified ads which appear children acceptable Call AT 73332. tf ((35)) HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, >'nr- ":.' ::!:'Ii? :15 _'" r ... .""" __ $23,500 It alto Is one of our outstanding values. No access road
fcftcr the end of the smaller ads, in AT 74)606) ( ;) the best price for vour car? ,, Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, yet, but when (there K, watch thb soar In value!
"numerical order. Be sure to look -- : Call Jack Urine! at 287-1214 cut trees Fence poets and pilings -
1 AlTRACTlVE ;; ; ;; ; : for sale Lawtoo Wall. AT
in Motors, Inc. tf Phone
both ptacea) ((55)) I
mint Ground floor I 7-1401. tf (HI)
FOR RENT iS-135 schools and park Call LIFT wanted to River Park '. er Naa rM BARGAIN! LOTS! Four 50-ft. x 147 ft. Residential Lots
i'OR RENT OR SAUl 38-13*, ( ) Fort Pierce 5:00 or 5:10) p.m. i W. TILTON la Palm City for $1,01)0)) ITiafi for ALL four. lust $250 apiece.
WANTED TO HINT 40-140JItLP I THREE' Mondays and Tuesdays by) man r_ Owner needs C8,0W.11" pouto.eeuilly talking for a bargain
room \ working in Stuart. Phone Fort I wee3v',.saMaatwteanaaPLANTS Iii I this k It!
464-2249 anytime or Stu I !
Employment: Wanted 48-148Buhlnen Akron Avenue and West 287-1550, from 800: ) ) a m. to j Sprinkler systems., I
landscaping sod Fastest Jensen Reach i .
I growing Florida I
Walking distance' to 7.1411
Opportunities 50-150 74)439) (43)I) I ::00 pm 6-11 ((55)) nursery in Martin.. County. Pel- !
l.oST" FOUND S3-153 641(41)e( .-..iw ,._, ; s"i ican Nursery Loop Road (S-76A),
SCHOOLS 54-154SPFC1 PIP.AIiANT one ) ( CARS t TRUCKS !58 Palm City AT 7-1918. If'( 75)) ,"presents" WATERFRONT APARTMENTS

o! .NOTICES 55-155 for rent Within ePae..... eawlr-to 'we-w eras ....::W _
:USFIl CARS 58-158 ment tance in of Port all stow Scwull .DS convertible 1962 Fvccl- I For Sale, Mucellimroui 78 1. LOW DOWN PAYMENT I DFLUXF II1RA: MODFRN 8-UMT CO\IPI.F.X Demanding
60 160BOVFS and gelling lop rotes Select repeal dienlcl. All unite
;NEW CARS SH9Z. ( ) I lent condition throughout in xa s' 1.-
SERVICES! 63-163 lop and all-vinyl scats 'I 500 Shares First Mortgage of Stuart 3 BFDKOOM, CBS Home on corner lot 75 100', with river views. SouhiMicaled decor Electric heat and air con

TR.,ill.I RS & SERVICES 68-168, ONE family ))10U'iC. 20,000\ miles. Original owner common stock $1.000 asking !Stpurafe) garage and attached carport In beat hill ditioned. Ark Exceptional' offering hi e'fry'repect. Sorry, no
Adults only. Available steering, bnikes, new tires phone information. C ome by and see
ftrykt* Offered, Mhc. 71-171 Rent $ Call 308 price Phone AT 7-2047 residential ,",ctlol!. Iw than $1,00000 down and us.
J JOO at $2.195 1029 Terrace Road I if ((78)) priced right.
toil Ave", Coral. Terrace lei 287-10K5. I 6 I'
)'or Sale, Miscellaneous\ 78-178 ( ) (,.11 ((5K)))

S I'ented'I'n. Buy (Mine) 81-UlAIOYING : 'A Beautiful all-modern Sale: Bench Buggy with 64 MUSICAL INSIRUMENTS 2. NEW JENSEN HILL HOME Summer Specials on HOMES

: STORAGE 84-184 furnished apurlmen}. tag. Ftccllent shape Call 287- Lowest t Prices in Florida A REAL IIOMF with 950
)bal rotate For Sale 90-190 ; distance! tQ ,.everything '8 after 7;00 p.m. 6-11 I I ((58)) sq. ft. Living Area -
Meal Efclule Wanted 9'-19 500: ) pm AT 7-0992, GUITARS DRUM PIANOS on a large 80 a 115' l. t-Pavsd street. ('US, 2 Bed. I MOVE RIGHT IN Complelely Furnished No Closing
Sale 1958 Lincoln Continental room, ; Bulbs, Utility Room aad Costs 3 Bedroom Screened
I' f167 Clevellll1J Ave ]) : ORGANS Carport-within Porch Lot 60 x 115! -
'" _'foWI-' .' .1w..ifA".. -_ I Hardtop. Air-contlition- walking distance In shopping Priced at $13,900.00. Told. only $12,800 Taxes $30.00 per yr.
I I1I'ft STORES and offices full power equipped. Car in EASY TERMS I
ftm RENFFOR 35 or East Ocean fllvd. 1j condition See at Jimmy's ENJOY THE BREEZE; In the screened patio of this fine two
> .ys'.d" ?'. ...........P'sMls Write A P. Krucgcr.\ : : Station North of Stuart MORITZ "IANO CO. 3. LOT ON SKYLINE DRIVE I Bedroom completely furnished Home TV and garden tools,

RENT: 2 htdroon1lurni\hed Ocean Blvd Phone U, s. ''lo./ 1 1. or call 287-1550 112 No. 5th Street too $12,000 payment $37.00 per RIO
Want a (large 130' Lot with a fine view of
( ) m5 I the
p ((58))
L house on Indian River, ScwallsPoint. R Pierce, FU. Ph. 461-4747 Kinr for SJOoo.001) B\RGAIN HUNTFRS SPFCIVL I960 CBS Two Bed-
Yearly $125 rr month 1AZY I.ivm'M! Brand If (78)) .
II NMMM One Bark llurldu Room Stove. Refrigerator
287.2197.1 lfJ35)TWO ( ) cious, Studio The illiteracy rate the U. S
2.4 Iowa had PHOTOGRAPHIC Equipment 4. CONTRACT Hurricane Awnings 9400.
;;; lighted J 110 ft. fishing only per cent SIGNED FOR II
bedroom furnished 3Vii4li
opartf lowest t rate 0.7 cent, and Reasonable Speed
KM( mature shade trees per II
ment for tent in North River Villas at I ighthpuse/ .. the highest, 6.3 per Graphic Camera; Sal VIew Cam WATER TO IIUTCIIINSON IS QUALITY IMPORTANT: TO YOU If !so look at this
Shores $125 monthly year around. Box M31. Stuart Phone \ era; 4x5 Enlarging Camera and ISLAND St. lcle Fatales Beauty 130-ft. Well Landscaped lot _
Call 2873547. tf ((35)) ; ( I)) many more items ALSO Hamilton Two Bedroyms, Two Baths, Spacious: King -Dining( Room
Electric Clothe Dryer like Streamlined kitchen Florida Room _
((1) lean to Rlnr-4S0' 1500'
FIVE room apartment, completely x cleared land.
FOR Rent. 4 bedroom RENT J35I new. Call 287-2217 6-11 ((78)) Hobby Room $22,000 Terms.
:. furnished. Second floor. 700( ) pool the North ---'- Between the Bridges Price $ OO.OO per foot.
: on ,
South Federal Hwy 2117.332' or I dse- r ;: !.t"1 II
J871297. tf ((35)) 4133 ( FOR RENT 133w ((2) Ocean lo Rlver-2001 s 450' Cleared and Land-

CLEAN furnished efficiencies THREE/ bedroom }T .Jill_ waped. Concrete pier in river. Price $55,000. See NORTH RIVER SHORES

weekly monthly or yearly.! art.Apt 3 blocks, OsccoU from ale Cortez ((3.) Ocean to River 100' x 225'. Price 16500. NORTH RIVER FOREST
Adults. 211 Colorado Ave., 287- RIVER
4837.-------_ __ 6-11 ((35)) or .87-l69n.. ( ) PHONE 287.1411 or 287.4144 I LEADING WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES:
TWO bedroom furnished house _= teeatarnr '
on 76-A. $75 per month. Cull FOR RENT OR SALE s WE SELL THE EARTH i
287-1328., 6-11 ((35)) 1-11 (Ile)
l L_ ON s-ti (isa)

RIVERFRONT home with pool FOR Rent or Sale: 3 i I
for rent. Furnished or unfur bath house located
nished.' Call 287-0948 If ((35)) Call AT 7-2714 after 12

NEW hath unfurnished house near 2 St he< (, ) ATLANTIC APARTMENTS COURT Parking* and two-room Lot.shaded Boat' efflclrnclee.Spacktoa grounds Dock. II I C. o.---RAINEYRealtorACREAGE I II

hi 11I"1' n"N SUDLRVARDaTUART : Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge
let. Central ..

PADS I $|10 year around Phone POCKRKKRI'ISIO: rLORm4 APA HTM BITSMwlklr Week Month Year I RESIDENTIAL I I II. I INCOME
Beach 732-1443 or write U ROO'". A 114THsnvrrLRaosatn \ ,
man, Box 2287 Delruy cot ItTaRRAenxmR 624 !IT, lUCIE CRESCENT
DO THE JGB! ( ) RITRITy : .. I 1. 535 ACRES Kant of Turnpike _
L011110. STUART FLORIDA ST. LL'CIt: .'SfA1U'I Bedroom Near U.S. No. I Prked to sell .al 1. 273' on SOUTH U. I 3 Bedroom
Gli4. J 287-9912) 211 Buth large "King Room All House 300 _
_._.! M T....' Telephone $375 per acre Mango Trees Over 9
HELP WANTED: F. E. WOOD, MaNgertf GE Kitchen Excellent Location ,Acre Priced right at $30,000.
W, T. FACET Mgr.
till. $%1,750.
a : 2. 326 ACRES bordering Palm City -
Dial (f KSt
for mk-dfefc.lon.' FISHING CAMP
SALESMEN wanted to Ripe on SOUTH FORK
re light insect traps for ...... "ft' ',. "....... "r _11<1, 2. n.OSE IN 100 on St. LucJe River : SL Lode River 6 Rental Units _
3. 8Vi ACRES on South Fork St.
farm Call AT ( ) Lucie Restaurant
use EXPECTING COMPANY? -J Large Udrooou( puns Den and River 1000' water frontage HIM. Priced. .less- Motor and Boat Rentals.
FLORIDA Registered ;; WONDER HERE OITRE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN? Dmin R.H.ni 2 Baths 32500. excellent I development JHIfiI'lbllldet'AKE than 50000.

L for progressive Can M and slop worrying!! Rtaaoaable rates and M atmosphere. !\ OFFFR.COMMERCIAL 3. COMMFRCIAL BUILDING
available East
chain. Openings on
Lauderdale Fort thai wUI aurpmi all but your .ir. 3. PORT ELL Custom ButH 2 Bed- Ocean Boulevard" S Rental Units _

; Beach !and Stuart areas. CALL MARIE KIRK MANAGERNow room 2 Bath Walk -to Golf Course. : : RENTVL Also. Office Good Return on lave'ltmrntluke!
: opportunity for Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! Reduced) to $27,500. and ONE 3 Bedroom blouse Offer!

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 company gum Broward benefits Drug Apply Niagara Cvclo-Maw-suge fjnlts I IP Our Bed. -- -

N W. 6th, Avenue, Fort. { 'j Southwind Motel
W ; and ask for the dale. ( ) COLORADO AVENUE Pint DORLON BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATUnric 7.2262

I lYADf Ad :r1\k Call 287-9708. ( ) s-it "


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rniR('n 01C4M l llRl"l \, ''II. ,I ,''I ," ...1. JOSEPH ( 41IIOUl'Weet..da ell) t OR b IJksrid.l NTW'S fharadny, Jule f J 8964 7.0_
( > regatii,iul Palm (its( 1 ,,'w !_ ;! __ ;
'ng mil a uNilinuaii ot Ihe I i Christian Scientists Elected
MII< from
) we Monday Chicagoan
Services will continue is usualall I honk ,Scion| 1 1I through Saturdiv) will he at 7,,10 as
through the summer under the I hetel.ly prayer fellowship dill Room for 100 in

ministry of Rev J. William Mar will be held at the home of Mrs The regular monthly meeting of I President in Annual Meeting Held on MondayA

son Sunday church school for all Sam Lane Michigan Avenue, on the Holy Name Society will beheld
age at 94s: Morning worship Friday morning at 10 clock and Thursdav June II at 7:45p call to use 'I'IIflllItI' i power Summer Swim Grout

!service at i 11). The preaching theme he the men art especially invited to .m, in the meeting room. All men to help solve the worl I thorny
present A ; of "The I
presentation ,
will be "Faith's of the parish are invited to emend.There i.T
Blessing of Peace, 1 aof Prayer" will be b\ problems of human /;I..mons ,met
given will i he slides shown of past
with scripture i the background Roman epistle Rev as the Rev Marson retreats' Sunday I June I 14, will be race inequalities" t.r cued| ( nnstiat I HI, ,n' vt till room for another held at I 11 1 am Mondays for male

will also Mar- communion Sunday for the Holy Scientist! at their .1111111.11 I IK,'t nmy\ .M',' i,; ",'us m the ,summer swine and fomale non.wlmn1l1". poor
son bring a special message About 75 cent of the lum m minim, or "only fair" .wimmers -
in music, per Name SocieU. All members are at Boston Mondai! I' 'is' ph>(.iam r conducted hy the
[ by request.The her cut in Oregon and( There are three instructor
Women Washing requested lo receive Holy Com A message from I hI' ( hnstuu '\1 ,.111 Keel ( ross\ and! MartinI
Fellowship will ton each year is Douglas fir munion at Ihe 7 Im Mass, Science hoard! of .III I ctorv reu ,Him Hoard of I Public Inslruc- for tile group, Smouse wild, and!

..- I .... A Icin-ae retreat for boys sixteen firmed the church seat <.I".1" thai nor' ii I si'mine Inn Cool 1 accord no children are in Ihe clam.
RFAL F..UATE-ORS\LF.: 190 to eighteen' years nod will ne the greatest t power \11 ,rfh ihc n> w I 1111. Smoiisc, general co- For fnrthcr information on any
"- "' held at Our I Lady of florida retreat still small voice,' HlllMl. swimming program call AT"
;; house in North Palm Beach All human think' .: being l ", I i iliHid" .afternoon, :287PI 4147
June 10( to July :2!, Reservations stirred to us very depths I ,aid) the i ?"" wire registered, Jmiousc
mav be made! hy calling Philip mesiagc Rut diN' 1'11'j seen I hill FOR SALE Sihritwicscr, ::87.4558! or Herbert and doctrine are 1I1I'1II.lIelur' He i, 'x pled| i through Irulay. June Stetson U. Grads!
Rosmnrin, :287! 119, I mounted by "the lit HI, of (Tirisl

3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEElilVER The parish library i is open every, binding "m one I hall imih ill Sinoi,,',' drew purliculur tte..n1uoi I Judge! A. 0, Kanner of SnulTt.II .
after the 7 and 9am
Sunday who love God and sate dIll( the "I li h 60)"
'u' r.P 'is i lo program! I) Stetson gruluule in 1915, will
I Masses One or two hooks maybe will," __, -I| he the Stetson University Collegeof
withdrawn and
at a time may
The election ol hitrch law speaker on
.1 i new commencement
FRONTAGE he kepi for two weeks and renew, president was ann'unccd u 1 he OSClDl MRT1T: : Ihursdiy'. June I II I. on the St Pet'ershurg
ed lor another Iwo weeks
!Hlll1\\ RN MMIIO1HSTMimli :
meeting He is Fduard Froderman ctnipus Stetson Prcti-i
The of sick or aged
I members of the parish any should! he former vice pr',idem of a I "h'k.1iII l start at 94thi : dint J, Slime Fdimwids has an-
360 ACRESFOR reported to the rectory w that Chicago bank who left (he worldof Mn,, <11\ morning and hi under nmmcedCommincemcnl.
these receive finance fifteen \,'.Ir. ago to ele- ihi noninn, i ot' Rev. ('hlrl.. Hen will be held in
I persons
il care. vole full time to ( l III i stun Science P ( I net the firm. Hill at < :SO( I.m For
INrORMtTlOX Write to healing He i is clln"lh trusteeof \t,irmng worship, service will he I I)'-n\ stndonls arc candi.lIlcfor!
VINCE All S\1" H' fl'l'ICOP\I The Christian VMI Publishing held ih" Sunday. "beginning at I II I taw degrees the conferred by
NELSONBOX Jensen Beach Society am ,n which line Rev. Durward President rdmunds
Cloocd-circini kk,""InI I II .Kmulii, Ir will speak on the One of Stetsons" most distinguished .
122, JUPITER, FLA Thursday. .June 1 II I, St. Birm- used for the first uric ,u ihcin nuhiiei ,'lOur (hiklrcn," alumni. Judge Kanner retired !-
bus 10 Communion
: a m Holy
PRINCIPALS ONLYRIVERFRONT n u a I conclac11I1 'ng lonethcr I I Ihr lusiors office hours are from the Second District,
Intention That We Continue
: May -
four different IIulill1"um i filled! bvsome of I Lakeland, tl"
tt Wednc> after Court Appeals
(1.0)) in the Apostles Teaching andfellowship held l l \"\klv on tuy
7.HOII<)() number train innnv; served till
." 111011', tom 2 lo 5. The pastor her this year Hi had
,_ __ states and! countries its
Second District (ourt since
0 other tunes hy
11111I' til ppoininiinl
Fridiv June I 12:!: fi Holy M
am -Paul I trensurc rcMrulI
!NHV nUSIIHNT: : Hcnnlnjp : \I HrsiS.ivmgs ctiublishmont' in IW
(Communion Intention: The DC 'I SAlFR'iOUTIIFRS: I und Itiun Asiodition of Martin Counlnon.. 'le 'I",'
ESTATE purted" : ",,1\ i ,,i MU' and Bible study runner and I u s 1 tiC 1 e FrwynIhonius
hird Sunday after Trimly June MMIIOimiRev president ot the Gold Coast Chipter of The VK"\1' m vvng"unit will I" held this. Wednctdiy mgl of the florid i Supreme

14 7:30: am. Holy Communion; Durwnrd H Knight fr I Loan Controllers n 1 "it Rev' (hnrles- !Bennett' will Court were ilnssmiite in Stetson

FOR SALE 9 n.m,. morning prayer Holy Com- I will bring a mcssigc concerning I _. ...... ---, -w:n Iced i the 'service I Ilaw school
bunion, summer church school! I Children! D.IY"ul the I II I a,m
Tuesday, June IA 1 : 7 I.nl., Holy worship service Sunday i
200 Ft. Frtale! ; on Beautiful Communion Intention: That We Sunday school will be held this

Broad St Lucie River May know God in Hn Creation" the Sunday direction beginning otmsion III 10'4s:.Wood under! Low Low Prices


Within City Limits of StuartCity Jensen Bench All Epworth league Fellowships -i W'N' Bcmittfwl New llotnf with attached turast Mil

Sunday school 9:45: a.m.: morning will meet nt Ihe church this 44 large Ilinblii Roman 2 Bidrmims, I l'i' Balhs, $131)1)000.) ) )
worship at I 11 I: evening 'worship Sunday evening at 6:10. there m
Water first! and third Sunday, 7:10. a class, for each age group' incltid- .. H1DARI On the Water, (BS, One Bwlroom One Bath,
An Original Florida Home Choir rehearsal Thursday, 7:30: ing adults! 'W mall u.: Mo. .I w; w s milmed I'onh, Mar (.II..It'uNe'\ to shopping, $9,J 00.00. "
The evening service starts nt FIRST \PIIST SI, MVRVS ..',\.OI't\I.
Well Kept and Spacious pmW,S.C.S. regular monthly meet. 7:10 at which time the pastor will Stuart Thursday, June I II I 1(1( ,i inFpiscopal 1IA: <;,VIF I : IURBOR New 3 Bedroom, 1 Hi Balh. Screened

Nice Guest Cottafe ing first! Monday! of month 7:30: bring a message Wednesday! evening at 7:10, the Churchwomen nun in Porch D'Kk, Air onilllhmrd, Sprinkler System, $12.85000.
pm Prayer service and Ruble study business ol' the church condition
meeting the cloister room to discuss the SIllAHl'-MoHcni. 2 Bedroom Frame home Nke
board meeting fir i I t lire held each Wednesday.! night will he held in the church nanctii-
Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. Tuesday _of month. 7:30 y,m beginning at 7:10. ary There arc two very iniporlnnt book Herein Is love .' I Large fenced<<1 lul >V.lk I'. knit; Chrk !Slmpphia Arr $9500.

Well Landscaped With ---- matters to be (+trough before fiemembership ruthursil Sunday: June 10 am 14,: Mltll11I11ly K a m" Holy (tX'E.tN I: lU RIVER: 100 fl. Ocean fnmluue. $).111.00 per ft
at this tune Prayer
Large Lawns and Many I service will follow Ihe busmen Ltichailst: and! sermon. lS) NO 1 IRONOK! 170 fit x *00 fl. dep South of

Beautiful Trees and Plants THINK II meeting 1 he chapel and chancel FIRST niURtii OP CHRIST Susan $ 000 per ft.A'REAUE .
choirs will rehearse IIII\ :I 15Ihursduy .
StlrMIST: <<; 10) Acres, high and dry. $8,00000.!
7 h -
morning Jit t emen's
RALPH HARTMAN JR. Fast. Ocean Blvd, Stuart
Priced To Sell
$$29,950.00 prayer meeting lull he held: Sunday morning service at 1 IIlesson I.
in tho piiktor. study!
See Your Agent or Phone When You Think Parents and friend are invitedto -sermon t-ulijett. June" 14.
view the Vacation Bihli. School l Cfkl the (Preserver of Mm TAYLORASHLEYREAL
AT 7-2607 AT 73232tf
Sunday school, Him. Nursery
<100> REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE handwork in the viinlnis1 dcpartniLiits' !.
I Friday night at 7; at 7\11:: } provided
110 E. OSCFOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 the Parents Night rrojj.l'nni1I. Wednesday Testimonial meeting
e 11 (d'.ioi, he held in the church kuntctiary p.m. ESTATEJim
Reading Room: 282 Hntiler' Ave
At both the II0 und II
: ant
__ 0 ____ __ 0 _ _1 I worship servlee Sunday Rev, I'or. nue a.m..12:30: !Monday) through. FTld.l9..V(:
HOMES. : pmC VhitehcadA
rest H Watkins will speak on Clod
hristian Science radio
and the Ikginiunji{. At the evening ,,"
Bible lo Yo ma ASSOCIATE
I "The Speaks )
: worship: service al 7::45, hn be heard.! WSl U. Stuart,
; over 7-2440
for NewWaterfront will AT
Only $14,900 a message be Who' It Thin? 630 CULORADO) AVE. PHONE
I !Monday evening at 7::10, theA'liOCialJonul 1450 kc, at 7:IS p m' Monday"Tric II (\\Ift\ )
for June I I' Ymj Can I
ON TIlE: Sf IICIE 2 Bedroom -Ixil 100 *: 400-$27,000. Residence Training Union executive Anmiiy"
committee meeting will beheld -Conquer--. - ---
at the 'iriU Cliurch,
J Baptist
I Ii
ON TILE COIF COURSE 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath, FurnishedLot

100 x 2St i $18,000, 'es This Three Bedroom, Air Conditioned Bendy I h on a will Tort i 1 he Pierce hiMtoM MM lo 1 the Hilly Ruth Howard Sunday I "While on Earth; Own a Part of it'dt ,.

Navigable Channil and has a view *f the Hide St. Ijicie River. tchool class Monday night Ml
fN SNUG \RBOR 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Furnished Worth much more Shim quoted price. Only $2,00 rash down, K in her home I
Lot 150 fl. SI I link-I Frontage x 375. Price $45,000, No (liMlng' ('II'jf The church Council niceln Tucv 't t r S )
day night at 7'ID in the pastor's i
( .
VA stay ,
WF.ST' LAKE VIFW 2 Bedrooms, 2 Balhrooim, Furnished, frW

Price $19,001)) Grow With Florida. KtDIKMKU! : ItTIIFRVNWorsh : 1 a v
'' eryltM are hell eJ0
p every
WATERFRONT ACREAGE Own Your Own Business Sunday! morning al 10:30: at Redeemer "
!.uther... Church, Past
Over 20,000() ft. frontage 750 Acres Ocean Boulevard/ with Bible ilnv R
net and Sunday school preceding I
Price $1500. per Acre TermsSEE We now hive several bufnrwt! opportunhln which will bear at 9.1 M a.m. s---

your most rigid InvcKllgatinn. lime- offering vary In price "lx>sl in the Dark I it the line 1 3 BEDROOM IVo BATH HOME
from $7,000 lo $300,000.) Commit with IM In strict eoondrnce.M. of Sunday Thit I N the Life"

program on Channel 4 at 9 a.m. Ruth Foster Associate of Bruner's
i. SOLI for $13,55() by Mrs. ,
Christianity i not conformity :
BILL BERRY REALTOR uy Dr. Oswald Hoffman on the i J louse of Real Estate, Realtors, specializing in residential, High;

P. NELSONREALTOR I be utheran heard over Radio VS1U Hour, every which Sun can way and Ocean frontage.! Mr. and Mrs Fredrick Ruiz: of Miamiarc

620 COlORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-096 d.lVc g sf 7:35, the new owners.
I Dihle School U In full ,
(Next lo The prescription; Shop) swing al Redeemer Church. Mn.I I
lit utoni I ASSOCITFSt FLLEN NILSON, M. R. (RONNY) NELSON: << I Charles Anto M in charge It will I'' Call/ !$ to List and Sell Your,Property -

325 E.. OCEAN BLVD. STUART. FLORIDA Phone 287-354S6 I continue' each weekday morning ''I
I :Member MULTIPlE IISTINO SERVICE from. 9 lo M:V) for thin week and 700 S. Federal i Mvvy, Phone 287-1297 Stuart, Florida
', "''' I I next week ,.It OlIO
: : I
8.11 (Poe)
,. '" t ,.,"" "I j I allies Guild will meet thll I

'/ ,' o __ i I'' Wednesday at K p,m. Visitors and ,
':( j.I ', friend are invited. Mr*. Rose
Gore wan elected president for the
BUILDERS NOTICE! I A "car wash all day Saturday, I
.I '
June' 13. at Robert i Teiaco Station LNC,
j in idmsenJJeach, i Is sponsored

22 Choice Lots mostly Riverfront $25,000. + by Reekeinen/ young people. _
Next Sunday tile young people I
I I art entertaining eighteen liuhcr ;
750 Acres Thousands of feet of Riverfront youths ham Pennsylvania A *)yr
party h being planned" with; j.jj"t.9i
on the St. Lucie, $1500.. per Acre. I a cookout: beginning) ; at 2 p,ro. All
: young penph. thirteen( lo twentyare

Split Level House on 40 Acres, Choice Bessey Creek, Our invited church, It open every day I r

$1000. Acre. for meditation and prayer 1 ',,7, t t L
I---- ,IL
Waterfront Lot I JFIIOVAH'S WriMSSr.4

LARGE LOTS City Water Klngdnm Hall, Belt Road

3 Large Bedrooms, Florida room, 2 Baths, Paved Streets. Will subordinate Thursday, 'i:10 p.m., Theocrat 1
Room with i ic Ministry School; g:JO p.m.,
Carporte and Utility open 1 for builder. service meeting Theme: "Maturi-

porch front and rear. Water on street side II ty A Protection from -the Spirit $
I of the World.
of home, water on other side. Just 100 yds. Small Marina Boat Rental Gas Station I Brisk Trudy with )
Lucie River with unob. aidS rd'W'IUi:; I ,
from beautiful St. Site. Right in town on U.S. 1, $39,500. Tuesday 7:V) p.m.. Bible !'t." itRA1M't !'\", ,"U :_ gy :
structed view of Port St. Lucie Country : 'I Theme: "Jehovah liberate :.. -- i .f..fwt \: o :I.U.J i ,4

Club. Located in Seagate Harbor, across : Ask Us You'll Be Glad You Did OrptttFH a N_' "l'1.nen"' .tUdy'l, in
1 1Ii Assembles *t Kingdom The "Valley Forge" Legion HeightsJ
street from Lighthouse Point. I field nunnwy. Saturday' .M Sunday .

New 3 Bedroom Home with \V baths, ion

corner lot, in Jensen. Low down payment. Ii B'5f/lf. North River. fISundar $ I 2 500 Full Price IncludingLANDSCAPED

'9 Im., ctrarcti vcfmoi, LOT
900 Colorado Art, ( ) classes for all alter 10 am.lor..
W. H. WAGNERAT AT '.%Sot AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 ship service i .
Daily Vaettiog I Bible School IVRMSIIFD: / MODEL OPEN DAILY
DON 07CELLY M BOB WILLIAMS will be held ,19 from f '
M696 June 15 PUB. BAKER, SALES MCR.llTtD .
r.", (tearr hti150) to 1 11:10 1: ITU, let cWdtto from .! "Il eo)
four lo divan year old

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ft-B THE STUART (Tia.) NEWS: Thursday Ion II 1964,

Plan 'Story Hours' I I'ComiTlJ rl a Allgood Brand No 1 Quality Sugar Cured "Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef

I ;

Six Weeks. I : ,
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Don't forget that there will be Hobe Sound Elcmcniarv School
"StOl') Hours" in Jensen Beach I every Tuesday, June 16-Juh 14
Port Salerno, Hobe Sound a n dIndiantown 9 a.m. I
once a week every Dunhar School, Hobe Sound. ROAST
week, for six weeks. All children 14, f
every Tuesday June I 16 July
cone in the first four grades are wel 10:30: a.m.Salerno. .

These "Story Hour are great Elementary School every ,'
ly enjoyed and help to pass a quiet Thursday. June ll-July 15 1
hour The of schedule the summer for vacation.the "Story 10 a.m.Carver Gardens School, every L__:L" Itb. Bone In
Hour i ii at follows: Thursday, June II-July 15. I p.m.
Martin County Library, every Wurficld School linliantown, 39c 3
Wednesday, June 11-Aug. 12, 10 every Friday, June 12-July 16, 7c
a.m. 9:15: a.m.Booker.
Jensen Beach Elementary School, pork Community Center ( pkg. 77c) lb.
every Monday, June 15-July 13, every Friday, June )12-July
10:30: a.m. j lo c, 10 a.m.

Dr. Jean Lowrie Appointed With Tkli. c.ur..1 ffrAMPS. PurchiM at "SUPER-RlGlrl" (FULL CUT) "SUPER-RIGIrI" SLICED "SUPER-RICIir BOM.L1.SS:

I UNESCO Teacher Delegate I I AFRO REGULAR' or MENTHOL 11oz.SIIAVK ran. 89 c CHUCK STEAK ,110. 43' DRIED BEEF a: :. 29c RIB STEAK lb.99c

Good thru S.t. It. Ml .13.14

Rev Dr.and Jean Mrs.Lowrie.A., Sydney daughter Lowrie pi Michigan men! of librarianship University, ut will Western represent = J RIB STEAK _. ,lb., 79' SAUSAGE :v:w:: 49c Shoulder STEAK lb.79c

Ocean View Circle. Jensen Beach, American school library, pro- "SUPF.R-RICIIT" SLICED. SKINNED AND DE-VELM.D: "S"SUPER-RICH
has been appointed an official/ grains in the specialised committee ,
United Stale delegate to the World discussion during the confer fxbI PLAID CUBE STEAK .. lb. 89' BEEF LIVER ,. 49' CLUB STEAK I b. 89c
Confederation of of ,
Organizations ence the theme of which is "In 25
the Teaching Professions to be creasing international understanding "SUPER-RIGIII" WHOLE Cut and Wrapped for Your Freezer SMALL FROZEN

held Paris,at France UNESCO, from headquarters July 31 in to United through Nations.teaching" about the WIU A&P tbll COUIHM CIIOC01.ATEFLAVORED .nJ piirclw* Delmonico STEAK. ,lb. $149 BEEF RIB ,Ih.59c PINK SHRIMP b. 39c
Aug. 6. Dr. Lowrie Is I assistant pastorof
Dr. Lowrie, head of the depart- the First Presbyterian Churchof D 4/5-oz. "SUPER-RIGIIT" CENTER CUI' C11FF-IIOY.AR-DLE FROZEN 'OCKTAIL
-- Stuart. I> t:4 thru s.,., JUn.pkg.Co II..Ml. fl3Wltk .,4 BEEF RIB '' Ih. 69c CHEESE PIZZA 'STSSe; : FISH CAKES :IRk-k;' 29c

All :-::: :::::::_--- / WHOLE or '
f f"iiln HAM IL\LF Ih.69c Pepperoni PIZZA Ur65c; ; T V DINNERS 39c
,_.... On Summer Run, I II PkR

Many HelpedThe 25fxna{ ft:2: i Save at A&PI MITY NICE BRAND EXTRA STANDARD GREENe

Martin; Bookmobile e Ihli .. / I
started its sumninier County schedule on ANN PAG 1.lb.
Monday, June 8. The vehicle has CIDER: quart 2 eans
2Sc 2 9 C
bent t cleaned waxed, varnished, vL'Fr.IR: bottle I'
i has of book a new. floor and 1 a fresh stock Goad thru 91.. Jun. 13. Ml. tllMSealtest .

u Summer schedules were delivered --_. --------_._________.__.._. Extra Special! ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND
to all areas where the Bookmobile
stops, were given to schoolchildren
and placed in public I
building! Further information Special ICE I CREAM Z.gal'
about the schedule may be had carton
by calling the Martin County Pub
2 lb.
loos wAAr"nA...rilartlord's lic Library cup
Richard Hupfel of the Library COTTAGE
Board donated his time and Tim. th

e :er Powers] member of ,1 Indiantown donated the also crv-aboard CHEESE 3 9c ::"':':"""""""""""""".'.............." ".....,'......,.,.....................
I ices of two of his employes, Leon : 1 : : TENDER, FRESH I, YELLOWCORN
Howard and Eugene Adams, to : j11:11j: :i J 1j 1!
Family Auto Insurance clean and varnish the Bookmobile \
will provide you with' broad The floor covering department r" : a.6
IN'otKtIoD-et tubklitutlal sav. of the Stuart Paint and Supply: I SPECIAL: JANE PARKER: GOLDEN: J Jr' \
) Nip If you have a good driving Company donated and installedthe Loaf Cake pklt of 2 4ge \ ) Pt::
ford record. And with the Hurt-. new floor covering. lO'/i-o*. loaves W. .1i1MW.\t\ f ;; ;,;;:t. r
name on your policy there SPECIAL: Chcd-O-BIt, Amer., or Plmlento
need be no doubt about the Big Sum InvestedIn :z JANE PARSER IUCUURY OR '
quality of your Insurance. Manufacturing Cheese Spread... loot 79? '
'r Call our office now to we If I ii ears 5 9 c ,
'J )oa qualify for savings on the Investors spent $878,886.000 DAILY les jmj
i finest auto lahurrocyou can for new Florida manufacturinj Food 3 25e.emOR "
and the Dog ? ,
bnyl& plants equipment during c u .
I .
five years I 1958-62 the Florida
U! Slate Chamber of Commerce re. 4 4 P HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE.: ; ii,,
e ported."This. total, covering the latest t : Juice .qt.oz"39c SPEClAl- 39 C 4E\ CRISP, LARGE PASCAL __

are period available for which, represents oKicial! estimates capita! I, !! CELERY

expenditures structures, additions for entirely to exi new tina :;ki:2; e 2 stalks 29

30OXOH 00 AVI IrtlAlii. plants and for new machinery and
equipment. Purchases of old plants SPECIAL: SIAR-KISI LIGHT MEAT'
and old machinery and equipment i NEW CROP A Taste TreatPINEAPPLES
are not Included.
- --
Chunk Tuna; 2-49

i .53.
l .. ,
sit + /
A. 6l/2.oz.
3 cans $1 \ FRESI LARGE Breakfast or Dessert Favorite


A4P' Regular Low Price!"\m'.IIOvsE BLUEBERRIES pint 39
;: -; Mayonnaise

Evap. Milk .

1rl0Al-45c QUART HOMESTEAD 6-6-6 4 bags $4.50

3 oat 13.I fluid cuns 39 JA& ., FERTILIZER 5 01b.bag$1.5

!JiAtijGals CORN telbnk; MEALMorton' .,..... .. 3 bag Ib 29c \DEFEND \\lIIn: HOUSE INSTANT! PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 13.

I Froan II-o \ DRY MILK S 79'SPICIAU Save
POI PIES .......... ....5 pkp. $100 1 FREEDOM Only PhlfStamps
SunshineKR1SPY J.lb, [pUYU& PETER: PAN Smooth or krunchy ,J" / ...Grt tint Gifts taste:
Ma/ola Corn OU 1-lb, PEANUT ..... tar
..... .......... .. carton 39 C \\BWDi !'SPECIAL! ROYAL CASTLE A 0 1 F '

FRENCH Kraft: DRESSING .. ....... bulk 21/C BIRCH BEERCili.. 39'
Kraft -o*. OTbottle
Kraft fNu..O J '
C PEAS ... .. J9C



On the Go Need Milk Gals 0 gallon bottle 67c JJ.o"pili. 35c bottle 22otp OjC* J16pk IW-oi.. 83e 1-110..6-0"phg. 35c 6 t I-oz.::8118 49c

n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G
Milk o Need Gals Milk On Gals the Go On Need the Go Milk Need G SALVO I SPIC 'N' SPAN MR. CLEAN IVORY SOAP ZEST SOAP DREFT

als On the Go Need Milk Gals On Mb.hot, 7-o&. 41c ;pkg.;. 33c IS-oi'buttle plastic 41 4 ",:::111' 29c 2 bIItle::., 430 J 35c

the ''Go Need Milk Gals On the Go
I tick Gals On the Go Need Milk GaOa'tbe JOY I TIDE DUZ DASH COMET I THRILL


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THE S1CART (lloiWii> MMS thur day, June II, 1964 I-C


0 : t) ftOtMrigorida

'U-WI' Ay(. f4t PARKING
aat+sr 5444




/ .
.r, : ", I-UOM
'. 'JI.' .
.. 'i: $13 95
,, 'I". ',.''' .. ,. :;ot'. .. $27.60
.,' ..'!'. 1385 9c $4.45
(' : ...; ::4 \ : t" I ; COMI'LMt: ttllll UOSIR, Sq. Ft. >
> "". r kv / LA 11 II /\M> IIIM: : .SimiGiiT
: do: x.,:,& .....!. "MWBfc-iju.: .* .*,,1>: ..' -I -MH.Jfc a: *!&

[BEAUTIFYING U.S. 1 William E. Ambler superintendent of parks and chairman of the Stuart PORTLANDCEMEN INTERIOR
Bcautification Committee for u.s. 1, prepares to turn on the mobile pump to water the sample medi- SHEETROCK PLYWOOD

iin strip just completedjHow ,

to Use a Shark as Lure to ;.';/IO'.'.. $196$157 NAILS I $$1.25bag 1'1? x.. \H PAINTa' I

5U-Ih. Carton MIX

Land Cobia Off the Inlet Here 4'12;': $235 $4.55 $$1.15 bag $2.69 $2.95

I 4' B' $189 PEn: SI HOT GALLON

*S By ERNEST LYONS plugs. jigs or strips a slack line
at those cobias This sea saturnalia rarely lasts
'as Reviewing exciting fishing" !: is to get the el'bluin longer than fifteen minutes, buta I'ltE-lIUNO I 30 GALLON BEHKELEY? TANKS
1 believe that
periences tremendous amount of action
the shirks clob
for cobia has the most JOINT IsLECI'HIC I
luck has been about can be packed into such a period.It's
Shallow WellJET
yard of any angling I have that connection You when the other sharks start DOOR
I donI lure but you have a getting interested in the captive WATER 30 GALLON
It is comparable to using a you catch a lot of shark that tho circus terminates CEMENT PUMP
for bait for sambur deer. Or, He busts off and goer elsewhereand UNITS I HEATER
my, using a grizzly bear to they go with him-along with
with .
ubbits are just right the cohia. The Is You
clear, this deal is play over.
1 First of all latch on look all around at empty sea pack.
you the middle of a fas
$11.62 $64.59 l12: ;
.ood- ilCd shark in the deep aquarium. You'll ed a minute before with sea wolves $37.95
tcr east of the sea buoy lemon sharks for and cobias The play is over.I $1.90Sl'OOT $ .99

Lucia Inlet. Use. a "brute ( in these: waters and discovered this technique by SIZES I, 11.1.
'0 you won't have to i like ghostly shadows, accident two summers ago havetried : ALL 10 U \VAHH\NI1 :,!
our beating it down I going i out. surging it since on purpose-and it
Sharks and cobia are "" excitement' mount works
>sis fish" They live "" their little friends That is, if you're not tho nervous EXTENSION
ippurcnt harmony-until t midst. And I do mean type.For ROOFING MATERIALS
nn is hooked: and then the back'I r; .
[t o for it. relax and play the. sheer aerial excitement' I 1 1don't CAST IRON LADDERS
| If you follow my system, would ordinarily. I think anything can beat going
lliaiks and cobia are to give the cobia all after small tarpon on the North FELT Roll
.hich they usually are off the instant it strikes Fork with light tackle. TUBS 15 Lb. $1.82 20i) . $15.1X1()()
"lie Inlet in the summer in the boat before. it had (hem hit the plug on
here is what should happen: '* happening on'v side of f the bout arch in air i 24' . . 20.75
1 First, your shark will are eight to ten- over my held and land )jn the river 30 Lb. FELT $1.82 Roll :

.ng in slow circles:uftett he l Is possible, but oc on the other tide,of..the boat. '$49 9S ... Qae .,.... t ..... 2552
.d. Stop[ the boat and let a twenty-pounder or These are mostly small fish ten ..
Around and around it. b along and :then you're to twenty pounds and tho great 90 Lb. ROLL ROOFING $2.69 Roll
is will start a slow mill I I'I In a problem The smart majority throw the hook, after a
l rection. Hitch the fine o it go way off-and, couple of jumps-but what a STEPLADDERS
,hwart (with knife but will. it U them
'I a sharp ) it A scared breathtaking sight t to ice
md let him slowly pull the a 5Nl( -pound shark on go into the air, rattling their gills FOOT 235 Lb. SELF d> 7 A Q
I Soon there will be half a < make like greased and shaking their silver bodies. Sq.
sharks cruising around and! .
the, boat-and along with problem is how you Every bass fisherman) knows the SEALING SHINGLES
will be dozens of cobia. through the sharks thrill of bug-casting at twilight: in
J Take a good stiff casting 1 I will have to solve some quiet water, placing the sur 5' . . $3.75
I liviih strong line-at !least experiences along that face-popper "just right" back in TUBS
I pound! test-or a salt water ended with a a shadowe4 recess and having it 5 GAL. ROOF COATING $2.95 (,' . I' 4.50

Ling outfit with plenty of __ __smother__of spray_ _and,_ explode!: with the strike of the
--- ---'- -- .c
: largemouth bus! he Just knew had 8' . . 7.00
i to be there. $38.45 5 GAL. ROOF CEMENT $3.15 :

1To Which brings to mind: what 10' . . 9.25
separates the real fisherman from

Feel and Look determination.The the neophyte.I think It'. skill and

man who Can place his lure PLYWOOD SHEATHING I CERAMIC I Vinyl Asbestos
Your Rest Each Day "i not bne foot from a snag but right t RANGE FLOOR
alongside it is the man who scores
Get Your Hair Styled consistently The determination ingredient EXTIiUIOUi TILE
is what spurt, the fisher. TILE
At ETay"a man who li up before dawn and HOODS I'" x 4' x 8' V x..I' x 81 \
on the waters in that magic hour :: 45 SO.: F'138 .
after daybreak, or who stays to 2c
work the magic twilight hour
There is a third Ingredient. most $3.26 $3.97
priceless of all: lh. successful $23.50 SO. FT. $6.99 UN.
11 fisherman has faith. He believes,
; he knows, he i is sure that he ii going I'KK SHIiET I I'HIl SHEET!
to connect. And h. docs.
In Parana Brazil, which has an CHINA
area of 77,000 square miles. In TUBING
1890, the population was only
Open Monday 20 E.OCEAN BLVD. 25.000 WALL HUNG
NEIL WALTON 51" PAINT I 30"() Complete! J/::" x 60'TYPE
PAULINE SIGMA thru Saturday PHONE 287-4453
With Shutter ,L

MORE FLORIDA FUN AT... TrooperBills $21.95 $3.40
$9.70 GALLON $49.68 $11.05


l 4'x8' PIPE

I S M AlP C.. .. Natural BIRCH I
IJIsi..a zed Fr.rl 1Ma. MAHOGANY "
.Itlr .. 'lle 0.... '/. . 2c (ft I.
GOLF Al il) HSU! Pro.w.LJ..... ..MM aaNA'r ,
0.. _. r-. Inn"_'..
RUTICER'S :: w PaL Ia-"... cwrM.1. 37c $3.75 $6.48 :"/i" .3i/icft. $11.95SQUARE
S-lIe.hl...... ... 'Io-ttrotool" 0....

"CAPTAL' TABL POe-n ah.fII.5..a.T..I.PI.f__"'.hl.c...j',r...Cluk.. WI a-Po.f Toe"l. SQUARE FT. PER SIIEET PER SHEET 1" 5i/cft.! :
Sh.. G_....

Our New Uttle ues'.an.d a.t Pi.sr. wursFtotel

Ralllunut a.0oo T.-a K L.Nr lw '" tN PrI..'. P...... I WE OCCUPY MIAMI CAREYINTERCOM
h _1Jo. (rN ...... Ienrtc.). 7 ALUMINUMVENTS 3 PIECEBATH I


Crow at fetaMcttoM Jay-
wailers twjueoOy get tt by" 12 i 1* BELLHOUSE
w *lwn vko daft mpet ..- WALL VENT $189 Imludni
.dutrfeos. to cross till street : RADIO ONLY
hi .. nUdt of to Meet 6 II 16SOFFIT $ 8 5 00 WINDOW IIAP AXIRtA.11)
Smart pedwtrtw-tUOnt tINt .. 20V MONDUCIOR UIKI.:
and duHs look toft $ 73.30P
way '
1 nN'1Fvvn: : :
I befaM. ocefef tf fetoseo.. $275 COMPLETE ALL ROU.II-IN BOXES
101. .n., .twJa. N
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p. w'w.. .
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.- I-C THE STUART (Hi) NEWS 11* SATURDAY- -..... SVNDAY- and
bOO 4 Coral. O Runrrr ....._ J.SS''''''4 New. .:OO-4 B.vrlyI Blllbm Game Bag permitted iver\ d")

C Ad..n....,. .rbatr. llr* .-4 ( 3,30-4. Ed *f tilth. Th* Bomb Bag limits .Ire ilc, I I'I ,'l .
I 7 fun Club( I Pro... ? Yof Bant Bay Color) 7 Kaplonur
CO PROGRAMS 101111'._ 7 .ItoiF ...11 Guam far a Dy 10 IS Ban, < :"*, Limits Are per day, two per tc: 'on lurl" \
.,iio- 4 $tok Van Dyka
It Mornlnc PlafnADM I* .... too 4 "" Items
;; ,-4 SaM Kay Mw November Deccmbci .,nd )lantl
S MU i
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Tp rar
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I .. __, (0.....' WIT1J ltall"", _"'-11M.. 1.ttiish. ..... I p pn, -.. .k ,
\ P ...... (M..e.. ....... Ie *N tlLb .til-I* Unett to 11t811- II. Yank*** r*. tt..nWhit. 10.11 Major ,': TrallmaitM II DM?or.r".Kt.. ary sea ionv two pu' ,I I.\! Ihr

I IO--WLII\ liMmi I (8.B.O.1) tlw TV vrafnm n.ttn. ... raratek. .,i30.-7 RMM Aa.*.. 57.IIiI.b4 4lM 11 77 lunnt Strip Made Public season, either "t't 'vI.II.11,
Or Po. .. titoonts w& -4 Movie' lx>vkiK V "u, wathr. Sporta per -t 01
lIh IIIIa"1 (A ..0., .* t! Wteftlrtwi .10101 Tb. Mata II Bun B nny 550 ... '11110-4.-1-' > ,
1 .
'); % -W0A w.., Poia .... N... aat ra.pon.itil. tot .., .too 4 Alvin Hinwil 7 ..... K oni .for Dt.i.lr. I. *._Mil Sh.d.l' son one per dn.w.., I'CI .c "nn
., .'t.'I'V :7.1r11 .. .. I : ; 7 ( Kl. Thm Ito M. ..hllM.....*. The WInning Team
I H.op""' M Dsrbp( I*m'1j".k 10-11 $.,oo A_.. Iraiuoutar4tSS ISO- -7 Tantatht oilS Johnny Hunting regulation and bag gobblers onl\ quail, i idav i-t, 1 1\ I'

WEDNESDAY TTflYP.SD/tY-Contnned! I: =... rss'Inow. IS -* ...w.1O ( *nn Color limit for the I 14-M ason; fol.
Ohhl TOIOPS, _.ta.. I 10 *..... Iron Curtain not more than n 111, t t. I "
......, .. 1.00-1 the Fourth District. which
JUNE (0Moinl.i ,.00-4 P. Junrtlo) _U U. Bokl low for
I* Howl( It blOb possession; gra\ 'qlllrtl'1| [I. I,, '.
Cull tOo Dootot ,
I 0-( dNMrmwi7 Woody _'.' :iii"P: Movl include Martin County:
M,. N..kIs *- Riff and IMdy (Color) l9V-7MKanM! Oil, AthlllMM viCkvao I* Lff .:00 : : ) (day not more thun \1"l1tI" ,n"

?...In. Pids 10 An._ Ptoaa. ) I.:tO-10 ABC M.... Deer: Nov. 14-Jan. 3. hunting session fox 'squirrel i 1\\ ,' ,
(g.. .. Monday inapt) ladbjf II ; i i III
1,30-4 PaMWordloit 11 Uoltor *.... of rwaraIS n It.pky and .... Friend day.
Vo-4, Today Show 1-7 PoiP(0( 10.00-s guhik' Draw IoOr.w 10 Hour...- and AnawereS ::. _-, Moos., : ,, ", oportslP.'s From egg to extinction, a broil- permilled every not more than four in n>t'v' ,''on
0:00 -4 MO' > Tnrnnttotn* Color) 'hi. I. *or; Fall Nov 14-
; M..I.. "V.v 01' hI"' PI. I 0.7 Itoetor H.a *ot. lCot ., ,oo- 10 Movl. Old Aaaaejatanw Turkey: !season
life-time i.I inline
0'30-11 A W.o.. Wlltld ,00-4" Rawhld' 10 DI.......... In feleno/ 11 Direction. .0I7.lO. ins" chicken average i Jan. 2*. hunling permitted everyday The District of ( olunihm warvc: ,I
I Th. Iman I0tlt-I0 Undo Hob ItlO-le t>t.1't: 8. ,1004Ie.! ... Wtbr. 5T> rM I ( weeks March
AfternoonRaia 7 On. Stop. Hayond II L.url 7 Maw. Wtaihar -- ; !spring!( gobbler season, from Maryland)' anti Vtrciru, I ,ITI: !

( Mondayt SOo.t12P& > 10... Donna It*** 10.:SO.,-ilL. Mhrttr t amort Mon. S,10-4 Chi- kma7 14 Mnvl Ml. 'Split S.'t'tt"II I : tNS1l: AIOOEMIIOEII'ltl'I'l.l.010snoElfl.: IJ.March :28! one-half hour before inally consisted ol I n ", I I I I ,
Mnvtonoo Yuw 'Nb 0.0. .,_,., Or Klldar* .. I I........*.h)'. m flnwtneaiS I PpOs .
I 10 M.nHb, p.nv Ii.yk. ..nd4IO .1 10." My Ttir** Son 10.11 Mmtrt L.nd. ,>O-, War amd the .,.ryI 5, 0.p -=, 110(1050' sunrise to I 12 noon miles Virginias pornoi I"
.1011' 0,00-4 "Perry Miss 1 1 tOO-4 RUl Tin Ti.I. People "t th* Bonk 1,15- 14 .0..... Weather. "port n so In .I't11NOTtelC Quail: Nov. 14-Feb 28 huntmg turned in I IK46 and in, icnis tlt'\
-7 Dnoi0. Ui. Mn._ II C.mhat U bItten I. .m'...)' osoen. Ihot 1 10..
: -I."Mo.l. "B.ond ho 'llu.Ji..lau. 10 11 mump Kn.lta: the OTool.SOon 10.II Cft_...... bpr eo_. 10 lltllrk CooP Coif Tnammeltt 4,60-1 ,.,._, Patrol Trim, .** of iOn Internal Imrirnvitnent permuted!! every day now sixty-nine quar.' n.t.I ..

M., I.. Manhandled' II ,30-4 Roy Br..nt II Bnnihiy Matlne .,00'os WeOts,.. I Fund of .lit* mate of Florida. _
.,So1Tfattal Color -7 Fury 4 oo-4 nrtwri, Jittitoa .|30-4 N.w. In raoatlntr M th Hoard Mnnm I II
5:49: .-I Phol.oir.pbj III.It Jimmy Dean Bhow 19 An w... ...,.... J"no.mHn I Huntl.y.HHnHey Report :I he OTTVe C p4' ,l Hntlit ; Summer Season
1,00-4.0 Ii.., upon WaadH ,:",oo l Th. None.. 11 Ill-Mi' anil nacll f Commit p Wmu70 In*, aonwnitvd for lo A,M E"jOY-
7 Nwa and WatnrEvanlnf 0.7 lorry Como (.*.) 1I.41-tO Hani BIllyAf0.rnooe 10 Golf 'rotten.moot II NlBh't Lit. on th. Cold Coa.t :( ',RT., *4> Joly Hih' IWI. will 0-7 M..,.", 1h..... (all.) d:3O-4 Twentieth Cmtiry ':.11-4 New*-Walter Vnilitll. alder arolloadon 'hy CranCrwjr 'i' With a New .100"I'om
., 10.II Knl.: A,lama (.II,; t flljnnay 1.7-Nawa-Hurtlar. Brink 10, 0P2Py, P . 14, I
Movie n NIX. Deep W.t.r.0l0II 10.IS Bid C....... (Alt.) 7 Cnmttiitt II N.w.-Ronoohraa. mart.. Ftorida, nn behalf of Ar-
Comm.nl 10.10, -10 Top la Bport lao, -4 Sky Hint 4.12-O N... 7,00, -4 Mr Fd thor:: M. Mi-lion: for purrlinae of the PLAZA
.ilS-7 0.. Runt 11 Peur U'n.liooo414.tO t Hullwlnkl Uolnr) 0,00-4 14011, V..I.. I Jimmy Rtrlckland Show followingdoacribpd. land. to-.. l( PARK
Yvuth and fa. l..ua .7 Wild Kln.dim 7 Mhoard
10 N.... **..... Sport.I .
M... R..,. Wathr Sport II HUB. Uunny 10 Hold) Venlur II f>a ln.. Parade fl <*|..41ll> .r
II 101... 12:01-10 (,oil... Proflla( II Trail Muter. ,30-1 T* 1.11 Ui. TrooP rlla of auumerccd land InI BEAUTY SALON
t:SO-4 N.... 11.111 N.... Wosthoy. Soon.oittIIo (2 boo. Hrn.taj0.i .ill-10 AH. (I'M IIon..h...' O.- Moil I.. Never Ut Mi 0.! ." h. ft. 1.111.I River i In Hoc-
." lIuntl..B.ln'' Report Moo).. "Rh..hm. on Ih. Itvs( I moon; ........ 1,30A, C.T. Toller* Bowl 10.11 Outer Limit. lion lownahlp *7 South 0 317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.2838
'10 Sll arfoot, 11,30-1 T..I.hI si.0 Johnny "....ueIC.lo'l 7 KniMnd Anneli CI... Bill Anrl .I :
Pa.etl City VI. 7 .,00 -4 I vo Got 8.eretMO II Inn, 41 Fan, ( llnf Stuart
1 l' I lining ) : In,lian. 10 l onu.n and AMWM 4 V.mtlnn Playhnnn. Martin CnuntI I Inrldn,. tome HiRDWICK
.:45-4 N.w*- ffanar Coo kits 10 Movie. Lrttcr From An UnknownWmnsn" in ill 00000r I.. In Helen*. 11 Top plo BowlineS l 1".11 Waa-o Train) (Color) westerly, nf and abnlllnff tnt OWNER! GEORGIA
5,7 N.wr Huntley. BrlokW II American Dundatand _7 Cantors 1 "iOO-4 Uanny 'lOom. A of Hlveralde !lark aa recoided .
1:OO-4 Death Valley Its,. 11 Mo.l.. 13.311-10 aVkme. I,4S-il fi.hin. Wntkcr Bport .i30-4 Andy Griffith I In lOst Honk 1. I'nce II. OPERATORS) VELRU\ THOMAS BARBARA hUNTER
r Hurklbrry. Hound l..etO.-.l I Nlrttw.Uk. lltBS- thleaao Whit. 8*. f.. N. T. II Fl.b...i. w...*.., Bport I.7 Hollywood and tho Star. Public n Movie .V........ of Urunt" 4.00-It Mol Yok.on .i O'-'7 IMMlIn. 10'110-4 Nak,nVCIy7 Hoi'Ida.. containing1 .4*
1 1 BA - ,., n...... .. ,loa : H RECEPTIONIST: BETTY IIUIDWICK
iio-fi0 I too- "' Evmlnt >- MOnO Miller at re*. more or ,_LL: =;; ;
1'1'I SMimlHy Mop ZO 12 BraaVlna Point
.00-1.7 Mooot th* .... (Color)
7 Th. Virginian 12 I .311-a Hnltlmor* v*. Mlnnnotalo Miami PM. Conl.ron.I 10'30-4 llroadoay Cue Utlltiioo .nd mIll conalder objection .there1o .
11-11 (owl Mid Harriota Wranllni 10 th.mpion.hlp Brldr .-.4.1-7-io-is hw*. w**.ahpnrta (Objection: to the proponed alof I --
:00-10.li Potty Duk. Oh.w MornlnfSam II Know Your nibl \ "Bill land ahoulrl, 1 bi submittedto I 1
t'90-4 8>>pra** ,00.-6 Star' .nd th. Story StoO'-t: $ W. Wsot to aDOW 125.-4 Bhow. "Use., Hlppt HeM" the (hh.f Enl Monday 5,11.-I is.obootto
10.11" ft* r......?. DaaiMar". ( ** *apitIS 7 Watth M,. Wlaard 10 Movl.. K.mrmt Hi* InKriml. Impinxenient, 0 I'u r d1'tllot
0'00-4 Baverly NWblI(... -4 Summer .....,.,..r. "Introdu 10' Saturday Hop AII.Pro..Roorbosrd II Btnrll.ht Ih.alr.I2t50 Rinidlnir( TallMm.m>e, KlnrIdn '
;".- The' Saiatj tlon 10 Sp... ScienceISS31 ( 11 Saturday Matlne .,300H .II.n rllrker lt.yi -8 tools prior in thi. rtnt., ((tot' .ihninentlinul -.', I
.n BwOaiey ... "..tn I Prxittired .
SSX ,30-1 Hold Jo.n.. Koran I.OS--10 hpanlna N... The 1 ru ,tcc. ,pipivtIhe
10-4 Dfek V.. 0,.. 0 1.0. Ana.lra V.. CMrw 7 florid II Nlnht.atrn (.. rIght to ,diclln, I In ton nk, 19.It Ov ... fltnton .,100-4 No.... 'Return from the H..." II 'IRAa.007 10. HootrnanyK th. Bold CoaitB,4S ., _12 Movl" sty or all of sold land 'Ih. ml
'10 oo-I D,, Kw Show 7 Movie. Captain Chin." IM 2 Mintlif' on ., '
: ar Monwntl of oToruS It and Hlicn madu ...11 h" uhji'.
.- -II PMalnir Panda -
Flf *Hh Hairn .,i30- Oaokim Will uw '00-4 Hold' Journey lo HIP i'nerving ''I '0 I
I Dick r.OTU mist.. ""...... II Star and th. Htnry yiotl, .7-im 4 Laaa IMna Show tt3olvriI TUESDAY I ,"', ,'''Vuil'Z.o} 111* hoaphate' 1
It C.tuKkt* 10 Hilck Onen Coif Toarn.ment JUNE Ie n,Im'rala and mctala and 511' ; tifIh
11 ,M-44.t.is Km. WMtkr, Sport* (Ram .. Monday .._U I 11 N.... rlporta. Wrthr7L3O
12iO-.II, Movie I ""Lnllnhy, of llroadway, 11 Biiorti Hlirhllirht. -4 My K.torit" Uartlaa. pt.trol.,1tiler.., or IP'roon'
II II'ISMnt 1111III Tlw\IIII)Night MoMi 1,00:, __10 toots. ;H.mboo Hlonue: tin--4, Movie, "V.nk In .... RA.PPioneer ." t.7 Wall Dh ny (Color) M.r.log1,11I d,'r. I'lmt''' Itoorm. I. reiiulred) liuli.h lotr'nr ,

1. rr..r"II 4.3i0.4: Movie, "Kln. of th. Wild 0 I 10-11 rmplr: I Rummer II HUlHon." 7 Cloud 7 Theatr ..00-4 Fd Hulllvan Oboe Drama" tn'r the InmiumciitRY 01 'on :
M Tirana
t30- TMidkl with Jahimr .
4,00 4 Battlefield'
7 Movie. 8m.n Town CM 0,30-os Crlndl 1,1.
to M MK TiOhild 7b.is JI..4Iuo.. -10 Molly 'loro.O'aOl
CurnVklTiuis Tbw.t.w .,._I Kind of Hi. Lan.. I IIn.oom.n. 10.II Arr..t an< Trial I $ Hom.m.k.r. P... ORT>1cn of th. TruateaIh of

- ...0-1 Ronstor Bm."' .. I 10 Holkir iwrby 5 00-4 CeMirlty. C..... .too-4 Movl.. Icll It to the JttI"'I Int"'RI I jmprnvrinttnt Fund of JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
Y 10 ....kl........" Mound 11 IDA .., B...... I Movlo. "Bnllor, Tokyo a Wife" 11 2Aft.rn..n 'Ihe Slob" of l"ttrl'Ii.
D A II riklo, W,,_. BrorUEvonbit .30-4 Th. Praaknn. .,30-4 HraaeMey M1K1S HHYANT. Onvet'nATTEHT
JUNE It 0 ('h.mpinn.Pti, Wr.tllng. ...... :
10,00-4 Candid C.
nss.-44 0. __ Wosil.I S:00-1.7 M,. Novin' I Th. Balnt (!'Sam .a Monday ....1'11' ) W. It. K1DT. Chief Engmnoer'l'miit.oo Air Conditioned Chapel

MorabifBin. N.w., >V Itbw 10..II World of HtMin* 7 American "Upon)..). 1Z1S: -t Movie. That MldnhrM Ii.." ,. I. Fund
.311-1 lilA I too-4 Love of ..,I. Pltl: June H. 18. 20. JulY 2. 111(4It .
It MOoS. 0(000( Rtiw.t'1.10.jR 10 Movie. SekM Cart*
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u f &::.. 7 Hlvh( Road tg DanterEvanhif 12 Movie 111 Muvle. Lall of the WIII",
_4 I.mnwr _...... "Modm ,, 1119) ('IR"IIT Sot lIP "I"' I'lsl'l1ll''JI
.0lS.1 000 Mont 10.10wht'* My 1.1...' 4t30MinI. !tr.u. of the Fly H JOHNS
fTom I HIM
( i mpimtlT. ) '
JIUU'\J, 0 "U'II'1' 1'Ii
7 Movl. llamerllne
10 N.... WtJo.. lOots..n30.L.t ., .. ..... Watrt i II TII.11,1104..11\ ,
':00-4 loots. Hl.rdlni Room Only" \ OO-4 0. lip. lOris Watkr. Sport S,00-10 Th. Funny Company 0 n n piot 'lb InSTIl (0' tInt.'TorE .
Moot!., C.plnm Chin." PU 1 : 7 N... OH' ."A'Kln1104 \. Liceowd
of ,be Peon H.w.llan '.SO I Knilia: Kid.
AtMmcMSum. '" ......rt ',30 I -Frartured 4 FIiok.ro'I By* It'tlS-nnovl'.. "Th. Frit ''U". .," In. <(< ,"' lIMO: St), :$1114I1ONALD 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART
( M Mandir ..MptlI2ilS r.H'lb."Sl.r::= Outlook t Mol, "'''h... Y....." Ev.nln'fItOO A. IIJHrr.lllutt.: : I Iv. .

.-I _0.1.. 8.SOK CO..." It Night' LlI. ..r Ih. Gold Coos 10 Movie. Hack to B.I"..." T tnt. ""... of Dr Uui..nt* -4-1 N..... W""'., Bport .
I ,00 10 Movlr "Th. ArlionUn" 5,4R-4 itos.-Wsltsr ...a... 10 Miami UnaoniodII
.11-1, rditeiitlon: KiploaloaT 7 N...*. W.ath.r nOi4
4,30-4 Mali. To. KUUr That gulk- ,.7 N..*_Hnntl.y. Brlnkl/. ,00-S Montovanl Oovmmimt af tb* Pcocl 10 Movie Bix' "Ileaat of Hollow l A. HunsrDefenda ntOTKH Telephone AT 7.3434
rd )N.. Vork' 10 N... 7 Rlieraphy t.OS-II Nlnhtw.uk. No. t Mountain
Moo). Aff.lr. of Dobbl GIHIl" 11 Bon c........ Nrw.7iOO 11 I.ff Tim. ., _11 Movi .... I 1,10 Comment \ <>K $1 i'r _
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; To Carol A. Jlu,.. Ultour Ambulance: Service Oxygen tquipmen
I 45-4 hnb.y Tr...l.r -4 lob Hop,, 1'h. Umon Drop .
InNboOt. Oleaaoa - - 1115 -7 Saahunt :1411! Minis Avenue
E..... Kid'Modiram Frontier tlnua MONDAYJUNE 10 New., WMtJltt Upon itt. ,Aunl.. MI..olI.1 I

.0e-4-1 If..... Wmtt., Borto Wild w_"ThMtr*, "A nrl th* Wild II 7 The Hootenannr LiettUnant. IS .II t25-N 4..Weather. Ynu, arc her.by .I".n Ooll's Ihot __ .- _.... .....,...".'(.'(.'ri 'v. .
1 WMthw l'umpl.lt1t (or Tivntrt'o h.. b"'nrU.d
::: I fh. Hohym o*.m ,30-1 The I..'........ .30-4 N...
10 .. Noo... Hinin flIiIi"5,70li II ....ing ....... Morn1.g5,0.I. ;;; OIoraln.t you In the Rbovnonni
Rnntlay-Brtnkky Import
0-.._ 6 Joey Hi.hop I f"or.ont) rolo. hv tho I'Iomntitf I
._ ,.300-1 lntmllonl Bhowtlm 10. Lawrenr W.Ik ., Coatlnntal. ClaMm 10 M.v.rlck
OilS, BWiunlIf 11 ONALD A, HIRST. the Kcnera Ibaton. i
Nm 10-It Dontoy .,iOO-n-7 Movl. A.phalt Jun)le* ..1_4 BummM B.......... ''In_ II Niaht. LI?. of th. Gold Coaat of whlih I. to obtain a dl.
8,30-4 Bint Iti tao 4 Phil Silver ,.. HDlenea'iS .i4t-I New*-Wall** IttvaaiM
0.30-4 N.w.giving. ., Rob -- tl t lipo Vol'1'0. You are required to file ynuiHalnt --L
I No.tiy-&iInbhy" Ospos Hop 10 Hollywood Pnlaea Variety -4 Colin. of tk .AW 11 N... Anwer n. otkr. plt'adlnll' to ..01,1C' StayThrough
10 Prlc I. Itlght
7 Nw... W....... ,too to.ntiht. of Urn Wwk lOitHi-4 limamoka ,., Continental CI..._ (Color) 7,00, -4 Red Bh.lton' on or before Ih* Gth day
II 1' '.U Lt,. 0' ... Gild, eo.., .._-4 TwuMht COB 111'30-10 UnUniohabta II Ihra* Btooir I Yoal Hear 0''t July, 11104, irthnrwlHO' ,the nil.HTII.
II Th. ., Hobolar 7 M..vl.. Han Francl.ro'U
Deputy 11 8nrlM
.148-4 N.Wal, ".7.00 lion. rnnlalned. In auih Cnmnlalnt
,-7 T. T. Tw 10,45 Make That Star ,.. _. Mllwaikee, D.....
? Nowo-Hontlo. BrI.klo" -10-11 -4 N la BpaaUk 0 III he tnlten' .. conrwaeil h' toni
II Tk PriM I RUrbtOiOO
to lieOn.-4, I 0. 11 II Nw* 7 .anlkln. Akaan* 7,30, -t.7 Mr. Nova and lb OCOIlOC will .hon p.c..d ."
-4 AlfMd Hlteboock 11.00-10: Topi I In Snort _.. Watkf7oo 10.11 Combat .
,.7 J... P... 5t15-l1" N Part", Hu< h nna..er or other plead I
111.0-1. Champlon.hlp Wnratllnf -4 Pope Pluynou.. 00-4 HIv Know. De.ert Rat. ,
Inn mot b. filed with iOn Cl 'rl< "ifthin P
RCA VICTOR 11 10 Jtahl B.rV.' of lit w* Wmk 11.75-4 Mivl., Twenty. ('lo. Two" S'7 Today I,10-11 Moment nf F..." court, and a tmpy thereof mnathe .
11120-7 Other World.II110 Pno.-.4 N.w. I 10-11 Mc-Hala Navy aervedj th* Plninllff '
upon n
10(30( -4 Portrait -I Mivle. Mlena-utl 10 ('....u..t 00-I.7 Richard Doon Oh.. .atnrne.ya( duuliterannft !

|Oi4S II -WVHt 10 Mk h.rp Tht *pr. 10 Movie. llack from tOo Dead" It ton'I") 10-11 Ore at... Show on Eartn otmhterann I'. O l>moor USHtmirt t
11 Btarlla-ht Theatra.Iti95 7,3ROH But Not tor.ot..*. I iCnlor)
Pinrldn sizc
Color" TVH lI5O..4.54.li Nw. hew.. *s.tb.f. Rp rU -10 Wreatlln from Tampa 7150-10 Fo.ua .,30-4 Jack B.nny Thla, Vntkc i>f "lilt "hill he pub.,
II t OO 10 lIon... (Ink Ian.: .".. 7 Dick Pow.ll Theatra .
llil_ Mnvl.. "MT 1105, -It rllihtwateh Show N,. t ,-, Today totoo'Corey, Moor rihow
nnper uiihlliihid In Pt tour Kurt InCounty
It ,30 I.' Tonlvht with Johnny Cno .
1120-4, Ch.mohin.hlp Wru.tlingtlOl 1* Dotn. Calendar 6 7 Bell Telephon Hour
10 Hollnw Triumph"I William. (loll. w.ki) (,color 1 Inrlria unc.onor. p waikfor
OS ,11.NI11 .... 10 MortO 11 Bnnrla* llMatr Alloly f.' ri't'rt.'o "tI" ..wkaliONB .
| 4105' -11 Nsni... No. S 1,05-10 .'0'.t.2,20.IS '. I.." 1'h. Ku.lilv.
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-S TU-RDA-Y- 8,30.4.0 Today Bkow II )/*..
PIlHI'Jo: .
SUNDAYJUNE N... Weather Sport
IJrlo-lI *,
j 10 Report
('tEilN. ; (11" (11I"f"'I' COt'll'l'tv" ,
JVNt IS 14 11 Moralnr Plarkou' I 11125 4 Movl. Titanic ,
MooningSlI4 .,.. -10 Adv.ntnr Tim _'.' Tonight wltk Johnny Carll" (101,01(1 lttflTlN Itt 'flINTY. I But if yon can't, kl The Stuart N wi follow >on on onrvncstion.

Bnnrl. _..t... Modern Morstg5,30Il .,iOO-4 tool. "L"., for (flnlil Movie. Vlvaclon. Lady loon HenrvDilHllv There will be a lot of news In ]Martin County( HIM
S Drbbl. r>rak*
Three Htooitilil (
Compratlv IHwna from ((0$ It Bna Billy II BKrllnht, Theatre loilc dimmer about taxed elections water to (the Island new roads
I .t45--10 Armed. rone* *-1| N. and Watk Circuit Court Heal" ,
12 50 10 Wp.nl.h
..- V,00.-4.,55-1*-rtoon-o.vl1l II New 7ooCutoon.o.viIIo I: .Farm Almana. .,II,30-UornlnaFb 4 RootspAeo..ndAitd>yhua :011: -- Nlihtwitek tools. i:I tiHTEMSlW Win V. nuirhtit p 4)1Hy :(JrTFnRO and many other thing that will Interest you and affect your property.

_: S ifopolong Caxidy 7 Cartoon 4,05, -11 110.'VEnN." 1'. I)room. K5jMii.a Mail Joilt' subscription of telephone u 7 Movi. bailor fakra a Wife' Pt. I "
I Clreu. SD-A-Y--
10 Cartoon Carnival' 7 ii> 11 Comedy Tim* 11 Mornlna 1'1.,._ E rih: Jun8 4. 11. Il. 25. 19C4. your mail address as often aa you it(oh.

II N.. .. 7,20-4 Cartoon-o-vlll* 10,00-1 RenneiryI JUNE 17
tiOS-IS Comedy Tim. I Airlmillur. R.port -7 By Whn %0"1'10 III' blll'It(7FP'5: U ".M I'll
7ilS-Jl 'Armed Fo.... on Parada"TOO 10 J'.. Am.rlcan 10 LII.. of Rileyi.o.0I. MornlnfRam 'lilt .''Itt'I"', P .It H r. no 'HT''II :
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on all parts, including color 10
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Selected forGirls' I Dance Studio I II h" i hush"niil,, "'"\1"1""iS 'in l JUPITER I Schlusemeyer-DeViere Weddin I n Ink I l'hrsdayJuine, II. t9M I 3-C
n NEWS StateI (it'es Recital;
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1u MRS. ANNA MINEAR. Cormpo.de.1 fhon 14M643muf I ( Stale : Held at Church of Oar Savior i Jupiter l Dance Studio student-<. ,'I s.1 f ,)I\.lnl ri I In md', \a Mrs,. art-. Diirrcll the jui Gee""smir II been on duly in Pensncola and ,.

... "... ." ten' High School 1 will t ., .1 I being transferred t 0 Meridian
c f itrTjiniini. iminit,...'|C]>,,(,>L,.,_ i 'M their gay cmiumcs took I ibm I ol 1 Mrs (,,'emotileI'', Mrs. Rob-
|l J
<|| ? Mi for
** jet flight training. Dray-
i hansen June 12 '
the world
audience around '
dlfr'n : : :: The Church of the ii.xxl, bcrl.wiil !School' Cumberland 'el'l R R Mdibauer. Lighthouse I home after
a t Shep ; HIIIII skis their recltiuf II I kIn Licb: M also at a
night at spring 'Orr'r week The
Council two lees
Grants I was the scene R I.. and from of Mi-
n Town Hall cntie lunwrs wen Saturday' ah- I araikiated' Jvpiivr Salhavcn their visit this time year's work at University
plinned ut tot
,,' ot the marriage ceremonv High School in 1962.:! She attended ami. He expects to return in a
''c [I'' Mist Eva Rulh Vhlu"
For Continued Clinic UseThe 'r- r Robert C DcViere Rev Elmer I is now emplo\ait dy Southern. 11..111,I i'd Holland::: Arabia' Hungary ani d,L" iihiation: from high school here '

'I 5 Mien and Rev. Thomas I miles, I Telephone und! 1 1 clegraph/ ('ompanv Hawaii as I they depicted danceuS ''s hruluevening\ I'I Mr. and Mrs William Burrtdge

" tree clinic to :tl I the Church ol' Our Savleir Mr. DeViere attended Tn ,- I those countries, with Ihe United \:' Mrs W. ('. Robinson of Orlans and their family have moved hackto
1\ which Dr. Commissioner Marie Cross States honored, : fiN mind lust, i nithvicw' Drive from C ahana
John Prince and* two asked ,' ( ity. performed the II)' School in Pllulin N. Y. and do him been a house guest! II the
,n devote time I twice a county month at nurses the I the florida Power & Light/ ( otispany MassMm I I the lmcrsiiof) Virginia, lie is Some thirty girls look part in thi tome of Mr, and Mrs Alton Colony.

Town Hall came under consider mowing I the exact Skhluscme\cr: \ i is the daugh- I nowI IIh Palm' Bench Counts first section ot 1 the program I Phdps. I tlghll1<'u,,' Drive this I I
c, ation r"Ji 1 of' Mr n d Mrs J. the "Mice in Wonitcrland" was thi'second ,r rO'olfRAt"TWARO: [
h> the Town Council Tues location street light i to al a .tcargc in engineering department pant week I IJ
, day night low a further study of needs ".>er. '70 ('ulur Avenue Following a wedding i trip ;act with Kathy McKnt Jupiter 'Inlet Commissioners at
Dr V D Stone retired Dale Beldsoe. local Mr DeViere i II the son of Mrs through Florida, the young couple toil plaing the part of Alice am : t lr. and Mrs W, O Jones have their Tuesday! night I t meeting
sur. phamacl't.r.role' Dcf-alla ol New YOlk Marcia! I ilrmgton as the while rah>- returned front \u.nion in awarded the contract for placing
gcon who will be at home at AM\ IrovBoulevard.
i is active in that I the AI-I
1\ fairs: pointed town af occupational il) !. West Palm lteaeh.ReadJtrinkfl'eldin.zt. bit Other dancers in the clew r' : h\nu. where they \ isited the i granite rip-rap on Ihe south bide
out that the need for his profession is out of
The bride was dance displuv were Jeanne Patter. 1 daughter and son of Iho inlet lo Murphy Construction
for 'n in
the clinic line. e" mar -
was great, and! that Attorney Ballard Donnell wa I I I ( of \\cst Palm Beach
ompuny ;
hy her father son. the Mad Hitter Marncy MJir \
the town is able to help by donat asked to look into the matter' !! / Miss Diane (Ja\\' '
ing the Town mother Her gown, which hid .. flowing the Queen ol Hearts; HolhI t: In en'.IlIln.1' whine low hid, was 6,030.: Div
Hall. Dr. R. C. town tax lists. I und' I ed a group ol her I nen.!, at II Incl Mgincer! Furl Owen of Brock-
and' Debbie
Brown of the was nylon our satin ap- Held Here Friday Fliimimto/ amKohin
Health Palm Beach County The commission: was to meet Fri. with lice urul into, I I lugg. I I'Il'I' Mice slumber: parfv at the home of herB was. \\ uher, and Brockwny opened
and Welfare Department day night June 5, to amend! the I tram '1 he graceful swept neck. Miss Read and James I lowers m the Garden, wen parents, Mr and Mrs R. .\. Gladwin l: thebids" .
also chapel Stephanie
spoke for the clinic, as did license law, number of : on laird I lane on
as a inequities pl.ued hKaren. Barber Friday
Commissioner : was' scooped and the sleeves Craig Brink were married Indayat liisliop! ,
The Edwin Pcdcrson. have appeared. The Johnsruds, and tapered Her silk illu- the Church of the loop Shepherd I l'n\\Ihra. I lisa |ocd. 1.41111'Me. night./ Diane guests were Beth MR1 PIFRCF SCHOOL'
town fathers voted to continue who are agents for Royal Palm her Mivki I Kncsscr.. KnthA 110."", Martha | iioins CiR; \UUA I liON
the veil was caught with a pearl at a 7 p.m. Nuptial Mass performed Morgan und Diam I
clinic as usual. Memorial Park were given an unclassified Jackson Paula UJllv.'icky liarS Mrs \\illium J. Piercc's! Kimsdcr'
rose by Rev. Tinier L. Allen Simp"1I1.hll the l",II Ii.inaiiinlt ,
Building permits for the month license.Commissioner rison! Alice Ewing and Joyce ForE i iMr g.irten" and Nursery School. held
ward Adair.
i of May amounted !She carried a white prayer book !Miss Read is the niece and were III'cLy Virgniit I
the treasurers to $19,300 and Ped NOn asked a vellow throated orchid, of t lr. and! !Mrs I I.. Henry Rend!'' Allen Debbie, Iliigg Irma. Moscliero I *. J.unrs1"1'r nnd her us gruduution exercises at the

balance ot '6.0UU.omllll""I1l'r( report). showed a that one section of the building Mrs bonald Schliisomc\cr was Jr. of Beacon lane 1 he bride- I : mind I "isa I'ennock, I children! C alh' and sieve. left on I Presbyterian ( hurUi in the Pine

C code, containing the words 'salt CINDI % sister-in-law matron: of he>n- groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs lucsday for lilooiiwillo. Ohio on Saturday
{ Bowman r e- spray area." in reference to Copper I James I Brink of County Line cmsi1'I.VNS CIRRus The program opened with a
She satin Siblev
ported on the of lit submitted I ( wore a nylon ol 1 aqua I called! there hy the illness of MrsSpilicr't .
paving Yacht a o
Club Drive. and the gutters he clarified. The area 'Legion Auxiliarv with scoop neckline and Road! ( 01 RSIOast '- : lalller. I II I I Gooding, graduation march Mrs, Pierce

Paulina and Elsa Drives re-paving, and of east of U. S. I "was designated a Unit No :'"M hv the sleeves, and flowing hack Cnvcn in marriage by her uncle, (uiard Auxiliary flotilla I '1 Ihc-y diove to Uloomvillc with welcomed, the students and their
of the intersection: of Old- "salt' spray area. ully Her bouquet was a cascade the bride wore' a floor-length 12 announces a summer public:: Mr and Mrs Hugh Spit/er, who parents and Rev Thomas Hairmlon "

Dixie and Fern Street It was The Planning and Zoning i I Cmdi holds I h c while carnations, and yellow gown of white lace with shoulder instruction ,.immrsliir the benefit hail bees visiting' men son anilhis I pastor of the church, kd
out that the paving of Yacht pointed Boards, in joint meeting made treasurers position i ". heart roses' I length veil. She carried a while iil' the young "people who arc> fimilv I II them in The I'onlPrayer. the..

Club Drive will he paid for by Paul I, plans for the coming year, which her of the year hook I Miss Niinvv dc' Hncn and Miss prayer hook with a spray of while out of school. but all are welcome, I I salute to the "lag and the singing
were submitted to the commi'Kion. Fcrgcn of \\est I Culm Ho.ich orchids' nnj stephanolis Mrs. Run RiH>d wits called to of Amenta
Rath the lots For information call Commander '
lot as are sold, and the These included needs for curbing I Beta Club She is also Miss Schluscmexers brides' Mrs dene I I.. Smullcy, her matron William decker 746.4 1(2. i: Arcadia, I/.11 by the sudden illness. All classes. look pan; in the

pay owners 60) per on cent the other and two the streets town I and sidewalks in commercial areas; 'vu,\\, ., .. ..., ''''''' h < ... They wore pink dresses, of honor wore a pale )'el. F. (idwln Jr. 74o-4<27 olR I 1"1 her lallic'r. W k;,.. Murphy) emI I II )progiam/ before the presentation

40 per cent of the cost.Home continuing the addition of new as the matron of honor's, I II' low gown waTt length/ with a 1 ho flotilla, hits also announced I I Ihursda) ol diplomas I Ihe liny graduates,

I areas to I the town: determining I'' pink accessories and carried I sofllv' llared, skirt and rounded !the dhowmii' ol a Wall Disncv' I lilin Mr! and. Mrs 1 L llenrv Rend I who wore cups and gowns, blue
areas for trailer parks and! public: Ii, carnations with red I neckline Her hIUqUl'Ia\ a column I Ihc RestlesH Sea:" at the clubhouse I:: :, Jr. Ueucon I.line, had! an their lot the boys and white for Ihe girls' ,

I marinas; the formation of plan. j roses.Robert spr.iy of yellow and while sat Jiiiiu I 17, I Ihc public I is> home giK-sts r over I hut )past weekend, wereVavne: Angst Eileen Bailey,
sing groups for each area to sub jj I tund. Riverside, I."el-I carnations invited Mr und Mrs Ricrmrd Ralph, MrI 'I 1 le-rrl Bonnrd Hruee Urnokcr, Bet
mit plans' to a central plunninboard j Mr DeViere's hest nuin Miss Jennne I Icdford. Miss i At la'te'L\ meeting. Mr nnd'I and Mis Dniijilns I I'ricL"'ln.) Mr sey ('rmsmiks.' I vnn Hall Dawn

Loan Talksby and the study of playground' ; 1 were Michael Dcnve. Read! s bridesmaid. gowned in pale Mrs Slanlov I I. Owen ",'n' welcomed and !Mrs. Arnold I ekholf.: nil of Hancock, David S" Mover MelissaMoore.

areas for the town. and Ronald ) blue. with 1 matching accessories. 'as new members Mr and I ?Muinn and AKin Jacobs' of In- Dtbru. Pvrestul Willium
I ol' the bride, carried an oiu tasnioneu noiiquci I Mr* Irunk Stickers. I lighthouse the n.lhunu"e. Rea" ,' Q"gleUenn", l.lrr. (Ulry SulIms .

don, her old Girl Scout The reception following cere- of blue and white carnation Um'"h"' attended the Dislrici aguu.iticsis were here for slims wadding' Robert I SvlveMer Scott
Troop \ was held at Riverside' Drive Gene I Smalley of N\est Palm.. 7 Spring (onferencc of the Const ol Miss Slrphnnie Read, t therfcaits Cl'omJllInine; I evesque and
clubhouse Assisting III the Beach, was his I t brolher-in-liiw's Cocoa Sher\l I Illiss
Guard! m Beach reporloi ,' niece. ,to Jimmies Craig Drmk
t best Randall.. Barton Read', 1I he brucckl of elumIv .
Has Awards NightAwards : was Mrs Wilbur Old. man on Hint nice-ling" ol Jupiter girls wore
Mrs Michael Dems had' brother of the bride, and Alvin rosvbudH and pink ribhon.and

) not' {or n ol the guest book The Jacobs, of Inagua., Bihnmas: were\ GIRl. !SCOUIS/ HOI I n (oloiul and Mrs Kenneth R. the boss a while flower in their

night for Curl Scout and pink motif of the wed. the ushers PICNIC' I IN kilN: Slraiiss' were guests ut Ihe home Inpcl'
Troop 224 was held Wednesday was carried! out in the flow Following Ihe ceremony, a reception .if her sister and brother-in-law following ihe efrci'ol"Mn..
night at the Jupitcr-Tcquesta Junior and decorations it the recep was held at the Reads Picnicking in the rain can he I, Mr and Mrs John R. Wilson "Pierce assisted by the motheri,
\ f> Citizens building Farm on t loxahiitihec River Road fun. (lint Scout Troops I 154 and | Pcnnotk (Point The Strall 'IC", who served tea.Insist .
Assisting Mrs Read Mrs. I HI lt' found Thursday. when the hnxe retired --- --.----
The flag ceremony opened the Mrs DeViere attended Cum- were I recently to NorthI
QMY program after which four patrols! Ciordcn Swcnson and! Mrs George showers interrupted, their lunchat I Palm, lioiieh, enjoyed a fishing trip I 5945\ through l2;:, United
- -- Jonathan Dickinson
joined forces for two skits" Color kahlc Park. I with the Wilsons and Iho Dwight Slates ec-oiHimic aid abroad
ful Clan and Butterfly Patrols call. Mrs Brink who is an art student Most of the glrht moved into Wilsons nl' West 1 Pnlm Heuch. Sun. totaled! over $hhNJI.NIO.IKKJ( ( () ( ( )( and

ed their skit, "Quiet, Please,"' while Band at Palm Beach Junior College the park pavilion but the brave dnv when' Owighl Wilson caught S1I I .()(HMKXHK) ( ) ( ) was spent on
the Chestnuts and Orange Blossom was graduated from Winter sues tousled their marshmnllnvvs .1 i coMen dolphin military aidSmolsty ..
I Park High School and attended for dessert under open umbrellas I
nut on a "Krazy Fashion the Young People's
Show." I JupiterThe University of Syracuse Mrs Richard' ,H Anshul/, Troop W F', T haver was honored .{In Say"
Southern Methodist t Mr Brink:, following school in I 154 leader and her assistant. Mrs his birthday with u dinner putty
Receiving awards were Anne Jane Is a Beta Club for the Watkins CHen and Clmira. N. Ygraduated Donald Mahla; Mrs William at the homo of Mr. and Mrf. Johiv/
Burkett, Bridget Edwards, Wendy attends the Episcopal Band! from' Jupiter i h rorkcll, I Iroop, I 158 l leader, and! R, [)siltuii'u. I hose, honoring Ihujr-
Marching Warriors g
Each payment Font Edwards, Patti Lori Ewing, Kathleen Mrs Roy S. Rood '( by the Jupiter School School: In 1 1961: and : ..leJII I mothers t Mrs 1 k I I.. lulolluic. er were Mr. und Mrs W I I', Thayer .
Kathy Mrs William hums. Mrs Victor Jr.. Misses lisa I Uuira, Mary
I Grey: Diane Harper Sandra Henry of the Uirls State ( Parents' Association, was, Beach 1 he Brinks Junior will College.be alt home after Scholl and Mrs Norman Miller, and I llannu Thayer blaster' Hilly
Lorraine Hertzel. : Friday night at C aplam Alex's
makes theproperty Ronnie Ellen Mayetta Lee. the Auxiliary and plans I June I 10() lit 2lVi) I 1.IILtMde chaperoned: thiily-two" hvclv scouts Ihnycr, Mrs. A. J. Hudson.' Sirs

Becky Chase Stewart, Jan Whitacre.Rozanne one the girlss to Wiaidax&w! Charles I (Chuck) llaymond. (ourt in West I P.lnIleach./ for the all-day, jaunt celebrating' 1 haver Sr and Captain und' Mr
Edrmgton Rohm Cmdi is the I senior and special guest Out-oftown guest' at the wedding the "flying-up" of some of them Rennmin) II. Kin,
Hagg Peggy
more Fox, Debbie Cibulka, Leslie Hubbs and Mrs A l. I honor, was presented with a tro included Mrs Charles Hutch to the Junior Scouts rating! I I 1M", James Biyce of I Pc-nniKk
toe being Jupiter's first drum 'I isis of Winter I Park, grandmother '
Lynn Uiswter. Bonnie ShJur. 1 m- I Point Road and Janes lint: AM lllfrKI: Point has returned to her home
da Lucas; and Judy'Wagner. Mr and Mrs. ] He also received! his tumor of the hrideT henry L: Read here flflc'h cAlcndcil visit in Ihe

yoursA Mrs. Raymond Stewart, troop ,' Cabana Colony. Luke and medal for district Sr of New Hampshire and Jupiter Major; Fred R. Wilson Riverside North Mrs Hrycc. who spent
leader was in charge of the stale marching competition) grandfather of the bride, and ; Drive was called,, li) 1 horn- much of her time- with her sister,
gram, assisted by the girls' moth.pro. I parents, Mr. and Mrs., War John B. Nye ol Dallas, Tex, uncle 'town, lad Saturday, by 'the demh Mn Herbert, Ashhy of Medin.Pa .

loan by First Federal Savings ers. llaymond were honored guests of the bridegroom of his sister Mn Hesme Hendrlck- .. also visited relatives and

of Vero Beach on a home is a J 123 Jupiter the dinner son friends in Washington I). C Hernurdsvilltf. -
Troop chaperoned by their I John '
John H Hupp band! director Sherry Meyers left for .. 1
N, J.. and Virginia, .
helpful kind of debt. It is one kind leader Mrs. .. .
troop Robert Fowler presented! with a special silver roliinihus. Ohio ami Cercdo. W Mrs John I D Hardy' Alternate
of debt that brings you content and Jupitcr-TequesU neighborhood medal, a framed letter of ap Va.. on Thursday' where he will AIA: 'is visiting her daughter' MrsHlsworth :1 I IIIIKC I 11'b Is home on leave Karwt e,.. el W ..r.
mcnt chairmen Mrs. Gene Harrisonand and a plaque for his visit for several weeks. J Stall. in I.ancasler. Pa from 'the t Marine, C imps I I.i icb him dMtructlr than II A-feemkl. ,
Mrs. McDaniel .
were the -- -- --- -- -- -_
Slate Representative years of service to the hand
First Federal endeavors to see guests of Museum Director Grant as told sixty-one i co-operation with the band

that your loan is one with payment Bedford on Thursday for a tour School graduates group Frank Ford lor-
of the CHEVELLE Chevrolet
Museum in
you can meet without strain. Flagler Palm that the real hero president of the Band Par by .
Beach. After the ,
Their experiences protect you, because ; tour while the dividual preserver of Association, made the pre

home they with make sound loans construction only on, patIO troop picnic was of the rainbound lunch museum.on, the the The girls covered girls hada dictorian Jeffrey for Alan the class Staffa I Howard. Swyers principal of FRISKY AS IT CAN BE..FINE A BUY AS YOU CAN'GET (even finer now!)

I and m good locations making the trip were Patty Bates also received a School, past president of
Babctte Crockett, June Cutup, from University of Florida Bandmasters' Associ Trade! 'N' Travel TIm Is nmnlnpr nut nt your TnATtl"? tile iipliolrttriy ewr iU ",M! So. every month, you are achieving : Beth Fowler Karen Faucher Julie distinguished and former director of mu Chevrolet! iloah'r'ii. This in. about your J.iKt CUKhionl'df'IIt.. m KUrt, durable vinyl.
ownership of a good thing- Howard Gibson She at Palm Beach High School chance to in whole t.utnms'rmul of with!
Sardmha. Candy Robbins, Lori I II ; a ( fun willi r77 We don't want'anything playing havoc
and this process make you happy. I Short t, Brenda Kelly, Diane Mc. also received the the guest speaker. a beautiful fet like a Chcvcllu Malibu winjon.lt l/'hevello'tf good kx>k" if wu can help it,

: Qancl. Maria Christian, Teresa award from Pratt & : for were their given to the band \ UH point out Rome Vsn obvtouH pIcuxuicK. TRADE TTRAVEL All in nil, thory are 11 dilTorrat Chfvelles
t I
They allow you lo make a larger- vlastramateo, Karen Haas, Linda The American the district and State participation contests It has; curved! aido windows-not just for 1ME living olfercil during Truths ', 4' Travel Time.

lhan-usual payment on your loanat Harper, Barbara EWing. Ten i Williams Post 271 Marching Warriors were the John, but to give you more nhouldi-r room. Wagons, coupog, Super sports, convertible:.

any lime, which will reduce Moore, Pamela Walter, Carol tented by Roy S. Rood I hand from the Palm I Beach i j It ha. thoHC Rplf-rleantnK rocker paoell fOIl THI M1AT wdaiw. Ono' ajt beautiful A buy an the" other.ll' .

your ultimate interest cost*. Or Stewart t Patricia Jordan, and gion, and Mrs. Niles to receive superior rating in I' beneath the doors that resist rust _WAY HOfWIXIKS vff>> to you. Cut hurry whatevvr! you dol
Diane Auxiliary, went to
later lend
they can perhaps( you and Allen Adair district competition and to rep. ,
more on the same mortgage to enlarge this area at the state con Outtlli Mtl&. PoMtnitr Slolfon Wiies
home. and Mrs. Carlm Future Teachers' held in '5
or improve your Tampa. A special e'
F White of Washington, D. C., are ships were given lo Ker was presented to each stu .
spending I few with Comnandcr Allen Adair!
day and
First Federal' initial loan costs for being a member of the I i\\% .
White' mother
and Mated Mrs. J. The valedictorian's band
are low are definitely to represent Jupiter in
Turner Jr.MODEL.
in advance and their interest rates cepted by Staffa and competition.. rr
arc reasonable.by ian'' cup by Gibson' ", I ( recognition was liven
the first to have their Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore L
the new trophies their support of the band pro

.. ..... a.. ......... .. .. .,.._ MINIATUREHEARING Louis S. Bills, It was announced that the
b, Ih. '...., i..,,,. .... L.. ..... Palm Beach County have been made lifetime r 1J
.... Coror.llo.. V.. ..r .... M sS, AID GIVEN
Urn with ...? _.u.! u4 .*! SSP Public Instruction, members of the BMUX.I:
..... M ur 11oo.Coryrlahled. Stuart. FloridaA diplomas, to the .

( 1964)) most free offer ales introduced by honored guests were Mrs It\Ekw\
ard Swycrs: Major) and Mrs Richard
of special Interest to those Allen R. Adair. ', Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robson/ .
WANTA who hear but do not .fender- Ronald P Boyd. and Mrs M. F. Mayo. Mr S .5 4i'14n a.a

stand words has just been William G Brasch. Mrs Richard Pease, Mrs

COMFORTABLE announced by Van Co. A Butler, Robert J. Hupp and Mrs. Frank Ford

MORTGAGE? true-life, actual size replica Gregory fCour.. I .! was master of ceremonies
of the smallest Van Co. ever Colbert. Marilyn R. (' the program.
....._ ,
M4 bM H
hilL If rim fcu. .r lm...... ._r k.M.Ulk made will be given absolutely Dahlcn. Kendall W.
M tint. F..kral 01! Vw -.fc.VM free to anyone answering this liam V. Dill, Lmy Lou Available

nonthlr on I..n.oa. U...11... I"IUu w-ljrt..... tom to. advertisement. Wear-test it Barry Lynn Farmer. Coastal Players
ralM.Phonei in the of ard Gibson, Linda (
privacy your own Robert P. Gomer, p
Vero Beach 2-J373 home without cost or obligation I .. are now available for
Graul, Charles !
of any kind. It's yours to J. Hcndnck. Darlene first production to he offered ,w
keep free. The size of this the Coastal Player at Salhuvcn ,
Mary L J. Hoopcs June 26 and 27
Van Co. is only one of its :
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS Kleiser Lucinda R. play, "George
features. It less 4
I many weighs K. Ladm-r. Ronald L. I Hereby George Kaufman' '"
{ ,
Sc LOAN than a third of an ounce and Marie La Tour, Leslie Moss Hart, was selected for ..: US I' .
ASSOCIATIONOF it's all at ear level in one head Lynne Frances high comedy from the offer. L :r .4 'yUv '

unit. No wires lead from ard C. Legal Stanley 1 of the Dramatists Play Serv- <: 1!
.trA. ,
Susan J. Leventhal. ..
body to head. Here is truly j New York. .
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Maibauer. Patrick T. members :..::,. .,...
new hope for the hard of of the cast, ..: ..
c'P. -.
Bernard I. Mannifietd. !.
2045 14lh, Ave. Dial 562-1)73 hearing. Matri in intensive rehearsal, are Do I ",r ...;,;, ,4r1:1. '
.no. Linda Sue Christian, Jim : .. '
Spit/er Billie
These models are free JfIEfl ;.; .
Vero Beach, FUrida Sheila M McManus Joan Mclver, Jeff McAnally 't : :.. ,. '. .
Free farilng oa 15th An".. while the' limited supply lasts, Mitchell Gregg A. () I David Richard and Craig I a.. I: 'C' ; :r :-.1 7't' .... d........ .,:"

HOURSj 9 to 3 daily, nttft We*. 10 write we for suggest yours you now. call Again;or aid M. Murphy.Olsen, Eugene Janie S.R j of., the who boy will alternate Riymond in the _CHeCK! THE T-JU DEAU ON tHEVROltT CHEVEUC CHEVT n a CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT TOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

esday, 9 la 12. Ope 5 to 7 Friday we repeat, there is no cost, Barbara H. .. .! in future plan of the

evening. Ooced An Day and certainly' no obligation. M Robbins, Jerry \ Players M the establish tt taut

Saturday.Ctutomen Marie J. Sardinha. of children' theatre as
WESTERN AUTO fa, Lyn M. Stewart JI as additional diversified pro

5Wbere, Scud Their' vester, B. Scott Taft, Ions. Membership is invited i
ASSOCIATE STORE Thomas. John It information '
261 Otceolt! Stuart. ria. Cheryl Ann Vollum calling 74M04S. '

287-0773 Walker Robert J. may be obtained from

I I I Ia Anne Wilkinson. member or Rob Nichols, 746- I .
"' hams and Harvey E. 1, days, or 746-7437 .1...... i COLORADO AVENUE STUART DIAL ATh.* 703232e

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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1964 Seminole Custom

Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard Might Be Great

Stuart, Martin County, Florida

Entered a* tecond-cUsi mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida ,."..
For All of UsTHE !"IIo. ...
MEMBER OF: ,,,0"'"

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION SEMINOLES have learned the art ... l ."= "' .. "" :

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS of condensation They have only one annual a' hl i h A' w _

ceremonial affair, at which they combine cv '. .
CORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS, Editor erything, with dancing on the side. : :

LARON H CAIN, Advertising Manager !' '): ::,: :;: ?:; .. .

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year: two years ONCE EACH year at a date unannouncedto r. ...,. Ii"if. ."...... '): ,.... .... (' .. I

$8.30 (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) the outside world, but roughly in the early .. : .. t? :.. .: ,*
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two year $9.50, summer when the medicine men decide that
Six months $2.75, three months 175.I the moon is right!, the Florida Indians hold
Foreign and Canadian rate on application their Green Corn Dance deep down in the

Big Cypress Everglades.FOR .
es t'' s a y
aw+ ,
FIVE DAYS do nothing but .
I Be Thankful for the Rainy Season; the various rituals they that occupy the perform rest t .;...

of us all the time. With amazing social economy -

they hold their law courts, elect their
This Would Be Desert
Without chiefs and elders, celebrate birthdays, perform
-- -
marriages and hold rites for the dead.

Once again we have the rainy season with those occasional savage squall which come
Ul!, as showers succeed showers, coming up ominously down and force small boats to seek THE SYSTEM seems to work, pretty well,
from the southwest, their spawning ground in harborage and shelter. too. This ye8l'Olthe side-they will happily

the Caribbean. With August and September and the first discuss: shaving about $14000000 which the

There is a tattoo upon the roofs, trees drip, half of October, South Florida endures its Indian Claims Commission says they are owed
underground of for 90 per cent of the State of Florida at 1840 ....
the thirsty sand sucks the moisture period greatest hurricane hazard, when the ...- .
and the inhabitants of drying ponds giant cyclones are most apt to come romping values of l two-bits an acre '

have a new lease on life. along, whirling counter-clockwise, immensities r -
From June to mid-October, separated by of wind bearing incalculable torrents of rain. IT IS NOT their new-found wealth which "Jllr

periods of dryness we can expect a succession Now the U.S. Weather Bureau, aided by impresses me so much as the tremendous ad- ib- > ? > <

of such weather fronts, with or without the circulation that eye in the sky the Tiros satellite, can tell vantage they have gained in lifes most! prec.ious >

by which they become tropical storms us many days ahead of the course and predicted ingredient: spare time. *

or hurricanes. arrival of a storm. .

June, although possibly damp, should be Meanwhile, be thankful for the rams. With JUST VISUALIZE what living would belike

comparatively calm. Not until July, if Nature out them, South Florida would soon be a I in Martin County if we were smart enough 1'

holds her course, should we expect to encounter desert to adopt the Seminole system of doing every. N
thing ceremonial and ritualistic in lest than -+ .rasa --. rws ,3J1+ i iw. + wu6.wc eBfanr. S H

one week THIS "V" IN the sand of the beach on Jupiter Island marks the their eggs are rigorously protected. Photo was taken hv11"

trail of a giant loggerhead turtle. The turtles come out to lay Jean Larson and furnished to us by !Mrs Raleigh Blackwelder tit! I

Florida Audubon Society Gives Warning IT WOULD be a busy five days, all right their eggs during the full moons in summer Both the turtles and Rocky Point.
I -but think of the free time we would have
left afterward Five grand and glorious days Special Display to Be Shown During 'Turtle Season' I

-That We Are Destroying Natural BeautyWhile would encompass everything, and each wouldbe

a national holiday-Washington! 's Birthday,

Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and Museum Aids Sea Turtles I IIt'l
It may be "a voice crying, in the public and by public officials, of the tremendous Christmas-starting on a Monday and endingon in Publicizing

wilderness," we commend the Florida Audubon Intangible values in Florida remaining a Friday,

Society for its recent eleven-point "state natural beauty. Before any large .
ment of belief" which it hopes will be endorsedby natural areas are destroyed or drastically turtle time again 1 m I !Martin
public office holders. changed in character, careful consideration ALL ELECTIONS: and installations, pub. County, with the giant loggerhead, ,.;I !t :,'7 \.:-!< .-\:' .,. ; ,'(.,. ... ,P: ,"
lic and private, graduations, baccalaureates. and trunk turtles out '. .
green coming \"h _'
: \ \i' .t..1
In a nutshell the conservation should be to the irreplaceable values lr 1'I j'
group says given .
Boy Scout Jamborees and Brownie fly ups, of the sea to lay their eggs on our .... :J, -, .. ,
that which that will be sacrificed. ,
the natural
we are destroying beauty beaches. :
funerals ribbon-cuttings birthdays, anniversaries sandy < '
brings people to our state by artificial devel awarding of plaques and service buttons But long gone are the days ,,:/ .
will wake to find Point two of the statement the I :; ;
opment-and up some diy expresses grand openings trials and sentencing when the arrival of the sea turtleswas : -i': :Q. ': .
that it cannot be replaced. The credo states: Florida Audubon Society conviction that "preservation would be handily disposed! of, plus a general an invitation to egg robbery R
of additional wild I lands representingall and butchery of the helpless sea
good time for alL ,
"The continuing and often needless typical natural habitats in the state is the creatures when they performed !.' '" ,' f". W.;
destruction of Florida' natural beauty major need in Florida at present" The society their spawning acts. : 'A -r- 1 ; i '
and resource is a tragedy of appalling proportions advocates that all suitable state-owned wild HOW THE Seminoles do this has never The sea turtles and their eggs WJ I.' .. ; 1. ;:

Sometimes this destruction/ Is in lands be retained by the state for conservation been explained. They meet in remote fastnesses are rigorously protected by law, I "\ 1 ,. I j';
the name of dredging and lilting, road und recreation and not sold to private Interests. all outside! visitors are taboo, and even the with State Board of Conservation! V,'. -: )

building drainage, flood control, navigation In addition, the society urges the acquis. date is hidden from snoopy non.members of agents on regular nightly patrol '({\ \ ..i.r1 ( ..,
the tribe The Green Corn Dance is the Red against poachers / ,_ \I .
or real estate development It is relentless ition by the state of "a number of fine examples ..r..LL. \ \
and bids fair to cook the golden of wilderness" that should be added Mans best! 'kept secret Instead of being preyed upon, \ \ I. .
the sea turtles are viewed as one :
goose that makes Florida attractive to residents to the state park system. of the areas foremost summer tourist % .\ L\l 7;
and tourists alike The Florida Audubon Citing the dangers of chemical pesticides JUST THINK he-can-go hunting hina, attractions Hundred of visitorsare ; ,

Society does not oppose 'progress', the Audubon statement recommends adoptionby or simply loaf in his chickce for 360 days of attracted to the beaches during I 'I V I ,. 0 t; -
'. we simply seek to guide III direction for the Florida Legislature of a pesticides control the year. He has met head on, stopped and disposed the !season! In nightly "flashlight .. .
+ I the benefit of all to temper its sharp act based on the model law already passed of what sociologists! call "the ceremon: parties to see the lumbering ,

edges, and to make it aware of its responsibility by several states. It also! asks for zoning of lal trend" creatures. 1'1' <.1 \ I "'\ ..
to the land and to all life, scenic areas to control outdoor advertising, an In addition, they form the basis 'fl' ., ,} ., \: \11.r \ ,_ =
._, --
both human and wild, thai is dependentupon nd to water pollution, and establishment of FRANKLY, if that trend continues in Mar for an important scientific research '' .1. -.rri !Ly'V
bulkhead lines "on the basis of maximum project. at !Martin County : t\\ y
1 the land. pro. tin County, The Stuart News will not be surprised House! of Refuge Museum, where -
"We believe that there ought to be tection for the natural beauty and marine resources to see the day not too far distant, when they are raised from eggs. studiedin i M.<.t. :. ',:' ," ( "
greater recognition, both by the general of each area involved local infants are handed and for .
: caps gowns salt water tanks and releasedin : : : .
; ;: -
graduating from diapers to underwear. And the Indian River when about at" '.01. .t\... .. "
j i .:" .1'1\ tV. 'tH') "' ,
not .a bad idea, as any mother will agree one In year addition old. "In &. ., ... 't.j .,.../.1O..Mt _.. .. ....:.. ....'. .J> I.
to a pamphlet,
A Nation of Drones With Checks WE HAVE wondered for some time when Defense of the Turtle, bv Stephen GARY C Lit IT, defensive center on the University of Florida football team while visiting Mr and.
I Proposed someone is going to arrange a group ritual for Schmidt, museums! director. and Mrs R. V Johnson here some time back, was stricken with acute appendicitis and had to have sury.rv
Ross Witham curator of turtles. in a hurry Afterward, he drew this cartoon and presented it to Dr. E. Stanton fuceliouslv
each year* recipients of Social Security checks, Maxcy,
To Non-workers Each Week from Uncle SamA which is available at both the ElliOtt the with and of
certainly an important milestone in human and House of Refuge Museums adorning surgeon a golf cap showing a set toll clubs nearby.

progress. a traveling exhibit case will be displayed -
during turtle season!
strange Idea Is being advanced by a manently If displaced by a machine, you get THE OBSERVANCE is not meant critic Entitled "Sea Turtles of Florida is: something worth having. QUO fABLE QLOIIS:

super-liberal group of economists l educators a weekly: check for life! ally; we are doing pretty well We have kinder. ;' the exhibit was first shownat 1 have, in the past, griped about "If you spend your summer
und writers culling themselves "The Ad Hoc The best answer to automation is the creation games graduations and adult night school graduations the 1964 Martin County Fair lETJERSIQ many things, and now want to say vacation in your own back 'nnl, !
that !Mr McClure havea udl
Committee for a Triple Revolution." of new jobs in other fields and the trainIng with Junior High and Senior High It will be shown from June 2 m you your friends and neighbors
man with natural talent for know
a kind
what ot
The idea is as nutty as the name. They of displaced persons to fill them. and Junior College rituals; plus religious and to June. 28, at Seminole Shores.JIutchin..on THE EDITOR IB writing I can't resist giving him you exactly really are Sensible.1 person mJ
have seriously to President Johnson We already have Island; from June 30
suggested unemployment insurance, private school commencements. The cap and credit. broke."-Cherryvale (Kan)I Kc '
,\ that Americans ought to reclcve an income which tides the worker over while he hunts fora industry has full to Aug I at the Jensen Beach Sincerely. publican
gown our support
1 from the government, whether or not they new job and welfare assistance in cases of Bank; and from Aug. 3 to Aug. -ReaderHUNKS .
29 at Martin Public Library thoseof
County The opinions expressed are
work need (home cases appear to be perpetual and YOU MAY THINK that Stuart is an inconsequential Stuart. the writers. If desired letters Women are never atlII,'d I
Economist Robert Theobald, Gunnar Myr- from generation to But who : KR All)
go spot on the map so far as con- Over HIM( ) turtle eggs are now are printed above a non de plume They are always trying either 1,1
dill, a Swedish socialist t. Linus Pauling, an would hunt work ut all if he knew that he ON SCHOLARSHIPS rc-
sumer indexes go but have you ever lookedup resting in artificial nests on the but never without The News knowing t put on weight, take it oft or
atomic scientist with leftist leanings, W H. would get a handsome! check from Uncle Sam how we rate with the button, plaque and museums grounds including 128 the name of the writer. Let- Editor Stuart News; arrange it."-Aflon (\\yol I Su
Ferry, vice president of the ultra-liberal Fund all the rest of his life? certificate industries? rare trunk back eggv These; have ten sent in anonymously are filed Again our thanks and appreciation Valley Independent
for the Republic and others of like tinge joinedto Spreading the Idea that non-workers shouldbe all been collected under special in the waste basket.-The Editor. to your staff for the excellent .

make the proposal supported for their lifetimes at public expense THIS IS the lapel pin capital of the world. permit by the museum staff working STORY coverage given to our John "You might as well fall I 11.\\ ,'11
They claim that the answer to automation, will take away the incentive to find a We buttons in close co-operation with the LIKED: RAVS W. Stokes Scholarship program your face as lean over KH' i 1.1 r
which puts men out of jobs, is to place the job or hold it. Such a notion, if earned out, consume. buttons more and president's buttons, pastpresident' Stale Board of Conservation: Eggs ABOUT SILTS RVBBIIS including the picture of the presentation backward"-New Oxford! 11'.1 I
former workers on government salaries per would make this a nation of drones. will hatch in from fifty to seventy- Editor Stuart News: of the Stokes awards to Item.
per capita than any other community our size five days depending upon the species This is a letter which is long the four winners. .
-and take up more time presenting them at In July and August. the museums I believe that the good publicity "If Patrick Henry thought Ih..t.
club installations over-due, but even though it is a The !Stuart News has
tunic ponds will becomethe given to all taxation without representation
new home for hundreds of little late, I would like to give one scholarship programs over t the was so terrible, he :should sec II
: American Manufacturers Learn Tricks ALTHOUGH the Chamber of Commerceis baby turtlesIt of your reporters credit for a well years has been influential in the with all this modern day rcprcwnlation -

I already busy handing out buttons and citations : sullen article. greatly increased number of scholarships ."-Plains, (Tex) Record,
is better to remain silent thanto Some time ago Ray McClure now being offered by varlous I
to catching fish, there is still a
From the Japanese (They Copy the Finns) vast> unexploited'persons field, which it would pay the speak the truth humoredly, wrote an article on Stu Iced and civic organizations and l individuals Fate something you beU,
and so spoil an excellent dish by his rabbits. I thought it was hilarIous to the graduates of the In when things are not going udlWhen 'I
organization to cultivate Why don't they give covering it with a bad sauce. St but most of all it was written !Martin County High Sehool they are, you forget 11-t

It used to be that American manufacturers The Rappulas built a large factory but couldn: buttons through town and ?certificates to anyone passing Francis de Sales in a fluid, easy style, which Mrs John W. Stokes Aubrey Menen

squawked to the high heavens about the cunning keep up with the demand The plant burned. .

Japanese copying their products and selling By the time they rebuilt American man.ufacturers WE ARE NOT suggesting that our people
them cheaper. had flooded the country with imitations !SHOCK OF Till: RANGE: !MOON
young and old, have become the captives of Agriculture Is Emphasized At Stuart TrainingBut
But now .apparently the shoe is on the some' !so good that they catch fish as ritual and ceremony We merely note a trend 1O B*: IFMPiRII: BY A NLtt:

other foot-and its Finland that is screaming well as the originals or so it is claimed, and that way, There is what strikes us as an area $1,7111.000 SET OF IMAGES

about U.S. imitations of a successful product at prices considerably under the imported pro- of suspicion. Omitted Entirely at Junior-Senior Highs Even the strongest! of minds have diflieulim

About three yean ago two Finns, the Rap. ducts.That scream you hear from Finland Is accepting the strange and the new. Earth
a pala brothers invented a tremendously: successful ADMITTEDLY! the saturation point has Ings are accustomed to earth
about the cunning Americans who In recent weeks The Stuart News has em- man to this
copy products : moroufcmy investigate omission
l fishing lure, which they mud by hand not been reached. No bank has as yet come So will *:
the shock of
I the
and sell them
A contraption of balsa wood, it apparently cheaper forth with a modest ceremony and the presentation phasi/ed the learning by doing" agriculture and work toward reinstating agricultural edu- tempered for Americas astronauts strange moon by J2:! -*; .

: had just the right shape und action to appeal of a plaque for the final payment on a program ai t Stuart Training School cation in our Junior-Senior H gh Schools. (XX> ) worth of images..

to American fish. Given a big sendoff in Life (car: note. There is a strong probability that t: In .i aunty where agriculture is one ofa Teaching how to make the land produce is Farrand of the Bran
I We note in the grist of our "publicity mail"that 1964 will be allowed the with nurseries, being sadly neglected in Mart Optical Company
j Magazine, the lure swept the country by storm. to slide by without i mamsUM of the economy, County. N. Y.. has just! been given contract for that.
one U.s. auto manufacturer is offering to fiftieth reunion of the Methodist! Sunday School, flowers emus: dairying and ranching providing a
.........- ;:' fllrl' install a 290-horsepowcr engine at extra cost class of 1914 There was one night last week. income and employment, training young amount, under a sub-contract from Grumn
if the standard horsepower engine doesn't The honk of the Mailed motorist has Aircraft Engineering Corp, to design, de.dl1rand
when no organization held an installation men for lobs| in agriculture seems to> us a in it *
furnish enough oomph. Who said something worthy endeavor! It merits praise. the graphic connotation of the man who is produce two external visual displays tl' .
The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints used in simulation work for the Lunar ts:
about highway safety? trapped It marks man's and
WITH THOSE of I I shinmj deep abiding
rays light t However
there agricultural
is no program
8 10 Inches of cursion Model
of sites up by any picture
through, it not be in protest against all the cramped qualities of the
may urgently necessary! t tc> the Martin Junior-Senior High
taken by the NEWS stuff, for a charge: of $2.00 County civilization in which have The Farrand display will generate and ,I tin'
the of how we our being
secret the Seminoles -
= for the first print and $1 1.00 for any additional Martin County cattlemen might note that penetrate per Sehool vstem School authorities say that Heywood Broun play images that the astronauts: in the I tM: .
the issue of the Florida Cattleman form a full years rituals in only five days. "there i is no demand for it by the students* would '
0 print ordered from the tame negative at the May and see while orbiting around the moor
tame time larger sizes by special quotation. Livestock Journal plays up the benefits of Umber I We think that it must amount to more thant descending: to it, landing on/ it and ascenJ "
BUT IT would be nice to know. It migh t t that. Sufficient students will respond if there All men are equal before fish.-Herbert
; Stuart New employee will not take photographs dollars raised through forest fire control to'rejoin the Command Module,
except for the newt and advertising come: in handy. Things may eventually ge=t is a properly presented program with an en- Hoover. Thus the astronauts are to be trained it I
complicated with us. And as king as we an .thusiastic! .
and capable instructor
mock "
Newt and
: nights tie
column of The Stuart landings on the
The hardest thing to learn to do is to pay paying them $14000000, why shouldn't wi e I We can think of no greater service that Most of us face up to the facts of life lie of earth Luna the Moon strange long before'
your bills with a smile. get something of value in return? I Martin Bureau could when
::1 County Farm perform they are unavoidable they take their real! trip to it.ID4t .

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Exams Set HIT Ml'.IRT (IlorUii) M N s lhurMlu, June II. 1964 S-C- *f

For State PostsStatewide Two New Recrea- n Sites;Planned I

evummluan, i itablish h. ,
Along Shore of Lake Okeechobee I
register lot soviil wuU, I I !.
and' sanitarian I positions' \\ ill|| I i I'" a

given July I 11 I. according u> I im,i ida : Clans tor two large recreation area overnight' camping tor self-
Merit System Director: (,crud Contained timers: and i concession
Ivy t sites' on I ake Ukccchobcc have
1 1t
L. Howell.
AI the same unit' ,'\ i stand with boat rentals.
aminalions will be offered "n the 'iK'on revealed I I
fields of administration, .iccoumtng \ 1 There will, be a twenty-acre recreation The plans will now be submitted .
the of forIcaiaiKc
r to Corps Engineers
and engineering Application- site at Moore Haven and
both l !located
as parks are -
should be mailed by June -4 bur the Clcwiston camping area will I
the federal
these examinations. with success Is provide twenty.three spaces for I ----on- -. .. -levee_ -
ful candidates being referred to III tampinc on the levee there
state agencies !served b> the !Mint t The Moore Haven Recreation
System to fill present and I utur,' area's proposed facilities ,include Salon/
vacancies boat ramp and dock, swimming
Social area with a large beach
worker picnicVISIT
I applicants /
... .
be ---- --- -
graduates of a four-year college!: '
I or must have completed not less of ?r
; than two years college training and
have had two year professional frr

experience in public school teach s r
ing, personnel work, or registered BeautyPROfESSIONAL
nursing Persons! interested in the
public health sanitation c\animi
lion must be graduates .i lour
)ear college Starting salarv lot, OUR FOUNTAIN
these two classc ol Fw y.... Fnwlta Drlak
positions i I.
$360 per month.Examinations Wt SERVE LUNCH BEAUTY CAREBy

to be held III irk STUART DRUG CORP.

accounting field include accountant IL Lae,. .I r I..I.. Dial AT 7-Ilia''
I and II and public account! w Tat KKXALL SfONfProfessional
auditor I and II. Admimstnm, j" -. By
positions' cover administrative .iustant \ : \ KINNF: : Owner
IV attorney I and II. pciKonncl _v sw Operators
technician I I. and research rR \Sl'U KtDDISHNLIIIk

correspondent Technical examinations. include, Hearing! Aid Service CRISUILL:

industrial l development
\ rcprescn JVY A. BRNK,
alive I safety rcprescn
tative 1 I. civil engineer II. draftsman : Certified I If.ring AM Now Featuring

I through III, and engmcci' ...... 1 Audiologist Pedicures *
ing lIideI I through!! III., Examma - --..,.......-:;-
Specialists In Quality Hearing 9Relaxing Facials'WE
tions offered for public health. \OLKS "'El El). Mr and Mrs Charles Volk were guests of honor at a pool SI'olRalph\ Hirtman Jr. Jean Ohi'thM'lrie' Iliiening, Kay Iliitiniin. md Molds and
scientific, and social Aids, Batteries, Car
health educator 1 I. health work field are picnic Saturday evening at the home ot Mr and Mrs John Hucmng, Hildabrad Virginia Turner. Volk retiring president of the Bank nl f Stiiari; his accepted Repair of All Makei.1U7 .

worker I, industrial hygienist I I. Park. Left to right are: Hucmng. Janinc Reiner Howard Reiner. William Scott presidency of a Miami banking firm Mrs Volk was recipient ot u shumci, ol gilts\ Atlantic Av., Ft Place ARE NOW OPEN .
microbiologist I, social work supervisor holding daughter Portia Mrs Volk. frank Ohiotto, Volk. ( art Turner Kathryn .Friday morning al I party given by Mrs Turner and Mrs Scott Mike Stone photo l-ucl Bank MOMMY:" thru SATURDAY
(Opposite SI. )
I and welfare .
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HOwird 1.3035 304 OSCIOLA AT 7-053
Information on the qualifications I

(he mat obtained ions for and admission at application local to State these forms Employment exam may- Our Bridges to Ocean Are Big Lure in Martin Area GENE:' TIIK CRIDIf: M\N SAYS / .

Service offices or from theFlorida I You can't brat the combination of an tt 1
/ Merit Carlton fit lent local Credit Bureau, pins IN! affMi. ,i
System t I Indian around ihe wheel and ranges from hour and day. 'I I his i is the time set
Building/ Tallahassee. Ohio Paper slim with the National Awmlaliim of
I these old bicycles to the carriage o I aside fur scrubbing. a real adventure Credit Bureaus. 1 .
t the Victoria, the evolution for the kids Armed with
With directional Queen of \
drilling it
possible to drill four to twelve oil Has Article five the motor car is spread out fill'viilors tooth brushes they visit. Ihe turllo '
wells from a single off-shore plal- 1 ill-his fat to behold, In this displayare tanks and take on the adventure MERCHANTSCREDIT ;
form on ( names of makers present day of giving the turtles their week:
On Spans \ coast motorists have never heard scrub the t turtle lire grateful
More United Stales cars-798,- ( ) instead The over'all portrait, however, And the bucks look und led belter BUREAUe 1 1I
sail ,
719-were made in October 1963, is of a forgotten America -old- This i is a task no turtle cnn I
than in any previous month i n Editor note: Mrs. Dan by time steam fire engines, mountain perform himself The turtles al I MtRIIN COUNTY'S LEADING I:" CRIDIF BUREAU"
history, So coaches, of well as the back. crubbers enjoy PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE Bl'IIDING I:" SlUARfAir
of Palm City, whose I and stage an assembly antique ,
Ihe how
I .
exhibits, an old time grocery
lives in Cleveland, sent objec
hri.f"J i -- -------
ANNOUNCING article which appeared : from 1 store and tobacco shop Here a
REOPENINGP.HRELAINE 'Footloose in Honda'' visitor has an opportunity to explore (
of The Plain Dealer this this Males history while
KENNELSJohn Ohio i recently, over a d : r giving the accelerator pedal a rest

R. Mosley, Mgr art dateline Several to be Hutchinson Island regarded as Ainaiigz
Boarding Day Week scribers sent in clippings lou to the last outpost of unspoiled East
I t to Coast beauty, has the stale's most
Month Ily MtC.II: HANK h i s exclusive communities for main

Obedience STUART Fla,,-In this I of of land neighbor/ These include
Palm Beach, forty miles away Conditioners
of f tourists, citrus and \ : :
Grooming/ tigers and lakes. arc -iL> I|I i lure., Hobe Sound, Jupiter Island and
5'0'1; S.;:tciiiral Highway&: song; festivals have theme of his 'S1t111rr'ldlltllolrcal"'ltIl ofitw world,,
I Now that the old wooden bridge
I Fort Fierce Phone 464-3378 but no folk singers raise j I I of
v oic; ,.in; a.alute to Florida; .._ .. ...,.. ... .. '' opened has been replaced by modern conCrete
n '
:: ::::::" : := : :-o- :___ nr--_ = Elliott Museum causeways, the ride out here
p impressive! review of the Florida is a rewarding Journey. I
l,' r" that was.Whdc. For fun rather than history lea'Sons
the main theme centers Saturday morning is t Inc
_._ u'ie !
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l mi' Hire-the-Handicaped Plan

A'' h
p Asking Support in County

WI! !!! !
i' V's' I 19V i IPiIA Goodwill Industries, the hire- l boxes regularly to collect the do- --
handicapped orgum/ation, has nations.

I uOiiu to Martin County Or R. C. Adair, Goodwill executive "- R

I I Large colorful blue-and-yellow director, who organized:
t'I I i idi Goodwill l boxes have been placed
,at Goodwills in Miami and Orlando rwr
loin and
on shopping center I
ear_ :JIII i,5, ,___,__
Goodwill Industries for Martin
!public places for the collection plans = '11..Ra-ngirr
Itli of used, hut usable articles. and surrounding counties to .l.--ai.9nla.a-q.-", I,_" '1..t:.: ... 'o .\\t.-
__ "i' ___. . ,, _
( lathing small electrical appliances employ handicapped and aged -- ..- _
i d"v household articles and other persons of this area --- "\I,S1raAawmarnlMe, T.M..J- ------a
materials ------- -. mv JI: "
given to non-profit For details in to the nearest __asaraII 1 tR.rrrter-aMtM 11 wea' 41 ;:;.:xiarira rimrrarwsara
,i Goodwill, are repaired by Ms han Goodwill work center, write Goodwill =----l..l.-a-S-.lrr.'1.\.! 11 eMr-ran-nisi--
dicapped employes for re-sals in Industries, Box 1039H. St. y.25 ea.i.srrlr..e.e.a..enr.a .
.uare---use1'l..S -.._.Tn.1'et.n.waw.Tars.
Goodwill stores. From the store Petersburg. Fla.. __ __ _ .- -U 1 a/vreia"sasrrar' Rq..511. m'.Sirssar..rerrV .
sales come the wages for the han : ------ -. aa.Y" ...
C dui lit dicapped.; Goodwill, being about -.. -sssshw r.S I' 1 ----
BAlIAA" ANN LINDSEV A.eanal-ngawa lru lewiarwr..ireias.rawerrI.aar -
9H per cent self supporting\ M ;J"tn ':"":.u..srsa..a.wswn.-.air
Goodwill docs not take newspapers SECRETARIAL SERVICE: -_".-_ ------ Iesnaasa".isar.a.aa..r.eaa

because of the fire hazard ":.Ina.,. C..i.- ':"':'na..7- ..- -.-- ..a1 :=:raair. rswmrr..wrnaw a.na rwn.aaaswau
r, when tturcd around handicapped CmptoM ...........1 l.rvk. ___. ntaraaar --___=a..rwpa."ma11w..aIli.a
lli peopleA fr. Pickup S D.IL.ry Ma1fa.apU-- JI aAww-
l ..,-.137 LI.....* --.arxranr-rLm.-er.rU.a..i.o.aOw.-nfir.-waaaraaaaaa..a.1.
Goodwill truck will visit the n
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t i' I'I'n ..discusses three companiei but that's only the beginning !

; .-.-.. SINCLAIR OIL .
q, ? t41 rw I Ik1'aA == (A turnaround mutlhm)

i I .:::::: CUTLER.HAMMER There are 17 ,, ,

ro (Expanding proflu from t buoyant economy) separate areas
where "QuietEngineers" a

!f viii"yti : & CHEMICALS

r _,::: (Impreuiv. Mrninp improvement) have stoppedor +'' i

For your copy of the "Revuw. aunphjr Nil! UM coupon. minimized

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the Stepsavers. Happy families, these. They believe phones are ........._____;_____:..;_..__..' 4N:-
sounds !
for reaching, not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places Addran....i.; .-:;-:-..=..Oty.=;:.. 1-; ;

relax work most Kitchen. Bedroom. Florida ...............................................
where families gather, or
'I For operation and big cooling
room. Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add HIRSCH & CO. quietest

pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company Business Office ........ ""'.Pail slab 6aamn. _....ai-ba- I power Amana air conditionersare

for details. 108 South Second Street Fort Plcrc your best buy!

Southern Boll A1LA."IIlIC410G Prices Starting at $149.00.

-J; ,,1AJ rA.
MAIN' O 'ntt4: 25 Broad Slrttt, New' York 4, N.Y.

Exercise your Listen to daily market new nj avenges

be sure to register and vote this ': -Suium W IRA 1400 on.your dial
right as a citizen. year .
d .....--...... jre..i ..:; .... car. Route 707 Rio Dial2S7.2034Merit

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THE STL'ART Pla.* VUS fhunaluy, Jyn II, IV64
6-1 (
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B ing Sectio "J

I Soil Conservation News e u n Exert. : Plant Now


By IIFR\EYSIIARPF as calouscd as the minds of the
wRrsRlRRlr'ar.sw'nlraN+i 'of" rorO"n/ tM ffl7--wNa" RECENT BUILDING PERMITS
neighbors who refused to loan you
Now is the time for farmer and grille' pond i i. entitled lo bream If you have grew to plant. do the dirt l loosening tools, it is easier
ranchers interested i n fishpond and buss. and technical guidancein May( 30 through June 5)Owner ) it now in rainy sea-ion. I to hire i this brow-sweating chore
and wildlife are improvements to the COIItnK1. Amnont i Start the lawn by either sod,, out to a well-muscled laborer
pond.District lM.tlOll
cull at their Soil Conservation Dis treating I plug or seed Sod is the immediate How close lo keep a lawn trimmed
and help i Is also availableto answer. to ground cover, but costs l
trict offices request t technical is very important The fine
help Through the district a the 'farmer or rancher wishing City 01 Stuart more than other methods strains of bermuda and zoysias

farmer or II rancher with an eh- to begin\ or improve upon wildlife Plugs take only a fraction of respond favorably to one-half to
Cecil Oona1.l'lO''" 412 Camden Avenue None Garage S 1.000I'hylli. with sod
---- grass a* compared Sprigging inch The
one mowing
food and cover area'
Alhy 1t2:! East t Ocean Boulevard None Alteration 1,300() ) take. even less. grass and I is bermuda does better if kept at
for dove and
SAF.TI.AIDS quail the I proper loods' plimt listing the source of A. O. Hunt inl/Cl'/ 433 McPherson' Street None Remodel IlIJO( quite economical on a do-it-your- least one inch tall
!self budget St Augustine, generally looks
LOCKSMITHS seeds, and suggesting the ideal Mile Martin County Bermuda St Augustine, centipede best when cut about! two inches,
for examples
conditions plantings are
and carpet are sprigged on and and
KEYS MADE ol help given Georgc Wire Pelican Cove Dan Panaro Residence iJJXtOWhiticar eight to twelve.inch centers Slow will thrive if kept one to two grasses inches

Lock Combinations A conservation farm or ranch' Boat Works Port Sewall Oeorae Mtoloroull1l Office 12,000 er-growing zoysiagrass should he high.
plan i'in he an asset to a Soil ( on- sprigged on four to six-Inch center
7.000n. Frequency 1 as
in Frank Hardwick Golden Gale None Warehouse mowing just
Changed scrvition District co-operator *, according to University of
height of Some
important as cut.
developing or changing land-use J. H.1mrlon New Monrovia Melvin Glean Addition $00T Florida Experiment Station turf
authorities never cut
I more
-NEW LOCKS- on his. icrcapc A conservation I C. Rowland St. Lucia Inlet Harhor'; David Schenandoah Residence/ 14,000( experts. than one-half say inch of grass per
(arm pi.in. includes a soil' '"rvey'ami ROO and sprigged -
: Commercial Cooling &; Htg Co, Rio None Addition Plug-set grass grass mowing
Hobe Sound a i record of the farmer's proposed Charles Zlhlman Rocky Point Bill Rice Porch 400 in rows tend to turf up and
516.4881516.5131 land-use and conservationpractices give the lawn an uneven "seer The first; high hooii in the nation -
A conservation ranch Jumes tlisllh Booker Park ,. None Residence .5,000 sucker" look Frequent mowing I opened in May 1820. in Boston -
plan includes a 'soils survey. for. John H. Puce Jr Gomez : Tom Sylvester Residence: and pool 19,99.5 and generous bi-monthly application .
age i Inventory, suggested/!\ safe Ralph Howe Palm Lake Park None Addition 1,250 of nitrogen-rich fertiliser will
Heathcote stocking rites. and a record of the Anton J. Milulzo Skyline Heights Same Residence 8,000 cause! the grass to level out\ I
rinchm land use and conservation On soil leave the mowed
Nurseries decisions. PUIII H. F. Kerner Skyline Heights Frank Forshcr Reklcnce 15.000St sandy Complete
practice clippings where they fall, hut on
The Allen Ranch of Stuart wan tue/e/ HOfMemen'. Corp WC'lhury Fermi Carl Pauly Barn 18,500 muck-type, or rich soil it is bestto
Architect Designed Landscaping reccnlh' purchased by John Tlcdiki Ray Blackwood SI. tlle/O/ Inlet Farma '. Jim Friend Residence 15,900 remove the debris. Too heavya Automotive

Oriental Design A Specially. clinlir Park Mr. Ticdtk -- -- layer of clipping often promotes .
Line of Ornamental lawn diseases' Repairs
Complete is the newest cooperator with the
Plant Material The Indian Martin Soil Conservation: District; keeping the soil moist in between
Riftr Am', Oldest! Landscape he is requesting soils map and A Duplex Gives.;. a Handy Rental Units I showers will aid the grassto i
Nursery Our 3Hlh Year." Turn technical guidance/ with citrus du grow at top speed and cover Chason's Garage 1!
: the yard in one growing season I
Right off U.s. 1 .! Llndslcy
Lumber In Fort Pierce Phone s.......,..H.... :"f"""Trart'f; Lawns may be watered anytime Dial AT 7.2311I
of' the day during summer.
HOward 1-5332. first of figures But, folks watering an .
group many stop 416411 s..I d.nl Hl.h"v
ON:! BEANS MSI (in the house number represents hour or so before sundown 'I I hey .. _.i
f'llIl'IIla Stale University, Talihaskci the square feet of liva- diem better luck i n preventing
innounccd that Martin able area In the house. ((The i I diseases if they don't put the
fount has nine students on the other group i 11 an office number grass to sleep in a wet bed
dcun's list in the second trimester .) According to Jan Rein- The main thing is to water lawns GEORGENELSON
1 he\ arc Bnrbara Ann Curran her.) Consult a local con- i carefully and avoid puddling
'iintt fUNI INC Jensen Bench, and Volney P Bay. tractor for an estimate' of Where puddles gather, the grass I
MHIIVI FUNI Mlf ley Jr Phillip E, Brown Carol) I building cost!. I is likely to be scalded by sunheated

i Cohen Susan May Hearn Judith d L water.
A Jackson Walter R. ParadiKJ, Most watering systems do not Painting
Terry Schreckcngost and Lynne By JAN RFINfR: / : put out enough water to puddleon

Puiilu SiroU.. of Sluurl.METAL. Home No. 1592.46 sandy soils. If water stands in E riot
,.. --- --- spots in the lawn, check for the
f"IrMpKtu booklrtr Many people look for a good necessary ingredient for a comfortable reason There may he a hardpan Dial AT 7-0949

a oErlfar!man duplex plan for a variety of rea relaxed life Enjoyment CARPORT, CARPORT I near the surface, or the soil may Licensed A Insured

Mimnt. ... 'Ie (...."'.1. .d........... W t Are Worker In Metal ions: rental purposes! payas.you- of light and air are made possibleby have been packed too tightly by
h.clnf the IF WE IONT:! HAVE IT front heavy equipment when the house
"onto Hut mtof.it you and go living or housing for two related and back porches, corner
mat It t* your MM trout non HE CAN MAKE IT family units, This slab-on- windows, sloping ceilings, and sky was built -
grade masonry duplex comprises domes Efficient work, space isaugmented UTILITY In any case loosen' the soil to PAINTS HARDWARE
two Identical two-bedroom units, by a useful utility: i P R i4 !,. tPORCN prevent standing water from harming ATlanric 70363lumbinc)

B ]!\\.ri' with back-to-hack carports al the' room next to the carport. i KITCHEN KITCNEN al>raruRM the grass
rear A masonry party wall between The front porches (separated bya Try loosening the soil with a C.L.nlad' Plo.F .
the two apartments affords masonry wall) !servt,as foyers : rolling tool that has spike-like diggers !Suopll.
good insulation against i a* well a* for screening the 8-foot- ) L If neighbors don't have one t
r STUART PLUMBING sounds wide sliding glass doors of the c I F i : 1 :that you can borrow, rent one from Pip. Cut
& METAL WORKS You will !see that this 1,592- living/ rooms At the front of the \ 4''e IEORM the local garden supply More To Sk.tch
Box 846 ATUntlo T 0191 ftuort the which t DINING DINING If the soil is packed as hard asa
square-foot duplex contains the living room ceiling ( 9 10 ElMtrlc eu.lbnMotor
en":.L.I:',,..':.t/.a/: ..111v. -- --- follows the line of the gently slop. _4 H brick spading floor,, If you you are can't in :troubleTry make Bru.hM For Bl.ck .a: D.....!\
I'IN. Fls. Ire l a.nl! ing shed roof) is 9'A' feet high, increasing V l Skill. Porte C.bl..nd. Oth r,
.. ,.. a shovel dig in. then try a grub
t.1I .II..ti' the feeling of space. Light INDIAN RIVER SALESOn
iw and air are supplied to ,the dining l hoe or a pick Th.
LIVtNGOOMBEDROOM IEDIIOOM Unless are in "mountain a67 BEACHNorth
and kitchen areas by two sets of LIVINGROOM you 8EN
'<< 17 Irla and have hands
MYReIh'IaDlhavtINC Il/ i iISo2r46 climbing condition ,
skydomes (see picture) Visual sep --- -- -- --- ---
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RIl1 aration between the dining room 1! F Se FRONT
and the'kitchen-is provided-by. "a '
AllOlnqul" .b.utl i
p'lnn.d' approach lunch counter, or, if preferred, a l I / EtECTRfgAt' SMIM jj
II III. ''nlllrl.eI nudeitIYNa1CA 14U1tN11' decorative storage-wall room-eli-l
= IKIJ vider range, refrigerator, cabinet and the inside and stucco on the outside .
counter The kitchen has a door All interior partitions are of
Each 'cooking center" is a 9-
l LIFloll.IWasMa.tu.YMIIIY a lo the K'i' by 12'i-fooi regular wood frame and plasteredon
ODYeMr' ROWELL FURNITURE CO. fool-long stainless! Meet factory- private
......._n".......... made unit containing all the fix- screened porch which can he used. both sides The ceilings, also .. Motors Rewound
..n,........",..... uesea for and family activities!. plastered, follow the lines of the
Dial AT 7-Om/ We Give Gold Bund Stamps lures and appliances needed: for dining roof and heavy insulation is called I Home Wiring & Outlets
modern cooking, including sink, through it there is access to the
'W .-- garden, the carport and the 5i for between the rafters Basic I
: I .
by 9 ).footlltllilY room containing specification are written on the Pump RepairsOPEN

laundry appliances and storage plans. ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4
space.! Duplex No, 1592-46 was designed -
I) The bedrooms have corner win. : by architect Jan Reiner, the
dows to catch the breezes and editor of Florida Homes maga/!
are sound-proofed by closets: 8 zine.. (The magazine is available D ED
I feet of closet in the front bed. at Val'i Book Shop or by mailing
$1 to '1000( -Fifty-second! Street
room, and 5 feet in the rear one
(all with hi-fold doors for greater North, St. Petersburg)
10 accessibility).

The bathroom has the tub away Building Permits
from the window (with shower ,, HIGBEE ELECTRIC
I head above), a wall-hung toilet\
MILLION and a washbasin !set in a vanity Total $136,645A
here i* a linen closet (LI) in the OSCFOI.A AT 7-0744

,1 hall horse barn at Westbury -
DOLLARRATE Construction of duplex No. Farms, an office for Whiticar Boat
r I 1592-46' i I. as follows: the 4-inch-
a Works, Inc. Port Scwall and a
A s
anatq r ,..,. b thick and reinforced floor slab is warehouse in Golden Gate, plus INSIST ON THISPOLICY
Ii .4 poured over 'solidly compacted fill seven new residences, boosted -
REDUCTIONfor and vapor membrane All exterior building permit I Issued in Martin
sr1+e Yr wall are of 8-inch.thick concrete County last week to seventeen, fora _
4 Mock with furring strip (or insulation total value of $176,645. Pof It safeguards your

boards) with plaster on Three city permits totaled S3,* Title Insurance REAL ESTATE

.t.'.!,I ,i144.} r w FP&L 300() ); fourteen$133,345A I .county permit totaled TITLE

CUSTOMERSOurneweTectifo : by written contractual
doctor predicts that it is a
I fc r distinct possibility that as many as I ; undertaking and stands
40 per cent of all deaths in the I for
your protection as
hence I
fate reduction now United Stales twenty years
Q jnake, it a whole could be caused by lung cancer \ the insurance obligation

I e a I pA Q Jot cheaper to jo iJ" """" ;'J. q.J:, ::sJ: of one of the nation's
Aire1 all-eln UM I combination CARD OF THANKS largest and strongesttitle
I I would like to thank all my insurance
Th.money you i friends and neighbors for their companies.

\ __ ', NVeanoperate4additioad modes al..l thoughtfulness" during my recent
alai' A t1 electicalapplilnce. stay in Martin Memorial Hospital. roses 110 CALL OR SEE
.4c My thanks for all I the lovely cards --. -

B.caua.tb.bfggsllt bargain In your and flowers, and to all the hospital .,::::.iuv.y.. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY
for their wonderful care
family/ budgot fa noif "I'm Stupid 1 and attention.. 271 OSCEOLA AVENUEAT
bigger tluui cotMLBIlf1NsMll 7-4332
LIKE ANelectric Stupid Stupid Edwin D. Miller (Authorized Ants)

$14,000 Fire Insur. j\ .ncupORm__"' a.; ..>:'t"< -

gift ance and $21,00() to I

Hc. uildtt! Seawall Repairs & SealingSTOP

I \Vtatevcr JOUr gl-gMngoecaalon, operate.The 1aet wad la Ityte and Many peoplu neglect to check

crown it with aD Electric Gift. At beauty. their insurance to make sure of LAWN SINKING
full Cost of
insuring to value.
ways in good taste.Always popular A realty tptciat gift for *omeoMcpedal .
re-Hnlding has men drastically, pumped below footing on interior side of
Hydraulic cement grout
practical,preferred aDd appreciated! beeps on fivin all yew and properly values are con

I Thin 1 sew end bright and the round. Whaft mere, youTl fini stantly changing. Check with us wall guarantees this.

prim(w right DaeicoBd Sot modora hopping foe: Ekctrifl Gift the east You,too,can Uketnntaf on this regularly. Fully Licensed and Insured

:Florida IJvinr. ..to malt work st shopping Iver.Dozem thoow I8duoIId l aIeotrID*of( the IF ITS INSURANCE: ALL WORK GUARANTEEDFor

lighter and entertainlnc trijftfer. from..4 et stop la at lea favor. fl 1W poIc.III SEE TilE
.pp&.....>d Free Estimates Call"GUNITE"
Clean, efficient ud eooaomical to Stet1NJ"tid tit..

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Still Time to Ihgj: terSummer :. lilt; I IIIt l I ((1'4)1..1. 'IT:tTs TliunAir, hue II. W4 f-C,
-- . _._ _. .
---- The Bauhinia or Orchid Tree Is Beauty -- -------- ---

Session Set Aerials on Large Scale Are

Various types of the Bauhinia, .. I
I a colorful import from the Far j 100 CommitteeI
Bought by
East, lend beauty to Martin County

For Junior College I I In fact, Stuart official tree I'i
: the Hong Kong Orchid (Bauhinia Yr I,In sUtiiiiu: lommiltcc of theM itcgortis including breakdowns
I blttkeanu) which blooms throughthe I.i tin l ouiilx ( ommilMc ot I I 1111'' I 'lor various hustnesses.There .
.I I I"',','nlll in purchase and
winter October I June.i
There is still lime to to will be a general meeting
register fOJ f Regular IRJC students, student n's' i h i' I usi comprehensive
the expanded summer session pn). ,I home from other colleges, teachers i I The flowers are rich crimson. I 11 t photo map ol, Mirtm CounVMilule of the Martin County ResourcesDevelopment

gram at Indian River Junior Co. who need purple in color and measure aa .4 | | .l ,in.is thai will, he I Board Inc ((Committee
credits tor certiftca
much six inches diameter ,
as tn
lege Pre-registration is being hcl d I 'ion renewal, and four-county eitio Unlike most Bauhinias.. it does not Rt puMk use of 1(0)( )) on Wednesday! .
now with official registration I yens who wish to return to college I drop Us leaves in the winter Avery I Ihs will he done' by buying IJulyl.I I.Daring
Monday and Tuesday. June 1 15 for further training have also beer I rapid this Oriental II I photographs made. in DCi I
grower. the first" four months qf
and 16
Registration hours arc i l considered in the curricu- will attain of "i 1'I1t,1! these will be mount-
program beauty heights forty
1961, returnable beverage bottles
9.12. 1-4. and ,
evenings from 7-9 I aim, '"i .1 i suitable background aai
I feet in only a few shorn I
for those two dayi Fees years ', Mill outsold "nonreturnable" almost three
arc $(I \ give one
here are three general dmsionm Seeds are rarely produced on this ) heir
hut nonrclurnahle
credit hour one
per with a regiIrat' I neap ol nil i hut portion ot
In the summer session program species and it is propagated almost TJ1 "hoitlcs outsold returnable by wniosi -
fee of $5. j jIh'
According to Robert n i ountl 'my east of the
(III I ) Short courses which run from exclusively by air I layering or '
t Nc + eight to one
H Garin Jr.. director, of the summer June :2 to July 10 are new this! I "mossing olf a branch p y plus I the "populated Inv

session 120 students havealready venr Both courses are for throe :1 Called other colorful names 11 area. I
"re-relli\lered This is the hours of academic credit and meet such as Mountain Ebony Bulls i ,serial montage, will i l l beil .
second summer ,session in the air. Monday through Friday for this Hoof and Butterfly flower the l in 'ClIlIIentof n\ feet .
conditioned new campus facilities a, l .> that ihe\ he movedi A .
three-week period from 9 a.m. to most commonly used name Orchid s v may
Special needs of the recent 1 IlJtl4 noon. Personal health and world Tree, alludes to gracsful I i?r displax( it meetings, This ..
fourcoimthigh I 'school graduates geography are the two courses petals of which nhil largerI F. t III I) he on "permanent displayi
have been considered in the available I I and usually more brightly colored t i ommillix n.1| KM( ) office at,1r.t
course offerings, at I the college 1) than the others particularly in r \ t On,111 Boulevard for
I ) Night/ courses for students :
this summer Counseling services the case of Bauhinia variegate. 'luwcomcrs to the area or
who the Y.
are employed
during day
are available for those I .ms Interested In buyingi
graduates Six courses are offered 1 he three- II This excellent specimen n often _
who wish to begin their college hour credit courses are introduction used to line city streets and whenin r 1 kL '"--I i : land )tor homes or busiI -
work at Indian River Junior (')1. I to general animal husbandry, I full bloom rivals the beauty of I he scale, ot I inch ,to 4X(
Icgc Main students have found social foundations of education the famous cherry trees of Washington i I. 11 I I I. ,ii \II shows even small W v \ ?

it advantageous to begin in the introduction to psychology, and D C. While it leans primarily 1II1d-1 / FOR..MY, w,.000tG Y'
summer al I IRK before entering foundations mathematics They I to a pule lavcndar color 4. CI; N.-u, ivailahlc at the

here or entering another college meet two evenings a week for six blossoms may he streaked with in i 1'1'' in dale economic survey ol I>i> \M\ know a lime BrM*?;
in the (allFor and l one-half week from 6:30: to I varying, shades o f deep purple : t Mini; '"i (oiinlv +imd Piitm 1 Heath a

---- '10" pm, June 17 to July *l I. One ''ro.e. and white A variety, Can. r. ,.; ::.;.. -..' :! ( aunts gixmg' H wealth of ttp-tos- say.
two.hour course in philosophy, humanities duds (sometimes called Bauhinia : : ..._ the minute 'information for I the I
alha) of this species, has pure .. ... prospeiliM' investor Also uvml11 -
meets t Tuesday' andI ..... .
I while "blossoms Both of these I. .... .-. .-. '" .. I hie rcent t made I
I I hursday h:10 to 9 p,m., and the I ,. o -. -" is .1 i i slxciil survey ;
plants bear their showy massesof for the i'm inilnMrx" which stresses
one fom hour technical education .' '( ?:.I" ._ \ 1 1-
course in alternate current circuits bloom in the spring the Plait' Importance of this I Isepnuni
I will meet Monday Wednesday, I Other species, with their crisp, ;%' : =, : :ii J "I i nl! I ho ,son's growing, i E.OCCAH BLUR a (TUART.FLA..

s and I Fridays from 6:10 to 10 p,mO ,I delicately scented flowers, range .. '. \... ..J, < liiniiiiiu\ I here' in also sales, tax I tfW,7-7300
in color from royal purple to red I ronoits' lui Mirim' SI I ticie and'
I t, ) The' regular. day summers : rose pink and yellow In additionto THIS IS ():\F. of the many orchid trees (lor B.uihini.i) adorning the entire Smart urea I I'alni H, i sh iiiunliit. divided into I
June 17 II.
ion to July en- having this wide selection of ._ .. ,
-- --------- - -- ---
iomlists| many basic college ------ -
colors the Bauhinia offers such)
I courses in ten subject areas Art. I which blooms the fall, well-drained land that modtraicly I Pertili/er nulos
a wide choice of species that some in the Pink I is are expviiul to AIDS
liusmcss., education, engineering are in bloom at any season of the Orchid tree (B.iuhmia nionarklra) fertile, hut will thrive in a rise. 8..to 10. (per cent this. veal HEARING
f-ntilish humanities, mathematics I'
I I -
bloomer Orchid 1---
a summer : Snowy
science history and social science year.A Bauhinia blooming variety of soils. Although fertil- ,, a Arniistlcoii and 7rnllh
list of the most popular of tree ( icummata) u
courses are available from Red- nation it not essential, applicationof GA S I'ORAGER'ARIiIOUSI '
these would include the Ron May to September;
Any interested citizen may contact Orchid tree (Bauhinia triandra) Orange Orchid tree (Bjuhmia gab I a general lawn and garden fcrtilier I I Service on all makes of Instruments
the college by phone (464- pmi) a vmmf or sprawling shrub' in the spring" and again in 1
Summertime 2000)()() )), mail (P. O Box <())5, Fort -- -- bearing Pomciana-like blooms front I the Hummer will result in more I : a AARP-NRFI special program by -

Pierce), or i in person Monday May to November; and the fall prolific bloom and lush growth Storage by the I AcnusliumTree

Beauty, Visit through, Friday for further information State Gas Tax blooming .Bauhinia purmirea( with I Few trees can surpass, or equal, I I heurlnn test In home or offkeij".ir1bii w '
its purple red-white veined flow- the Bauhinia for profusion of'' DayVcck '

Take in en. bloom atractivencss of foliage and I : Butteries. cord", mol.ln
Highest : :;
On May 16, 1963, the i island of Horticulturists recommend plant- case of culture. Month Year
Powder Puff Bermuda held Ms first election ing Bauhinia only in full i un. '
under a system of universal 1 franchise Florida HistoryGasoline Other than this requirement they President William H Taft rank I USED URMH'Ri' & Hearing Aid Center j '

BEAUTY SALON Previously only owners of need only a minimum of cultural ed second In scholarship: among a APPIUMISA1A :

property were allowed to vote for 'I attention once they have become class of 1 132 student of Yale. Uni- COIDIN GATE 709 OR \NGt. .AVENUE. : .. FORT PIERCE l.J2":
members of Parliament tax collections in April - -- ----
established They delight in high ver itv'. class of 1K7S
IRCIE D U1S-JO1CE LIR \ based -
on March sales, soared aboveSmxxxxiO -- ---- --- ----
JFUFLGRinmi Aim E'S lOOT CIRM; I ( ( for the first time in
HOW 10 KIII I r. the history of the tax J, ECSlraughn r
IN S DAYS II not .1....d. with ..frontT
director of the Florida
Beginning June 1st. We Will 4 L I liquid .ac luck .l drui.lor.
your nay
.. W.lrh j InfecUd kin iloiifh' oil Revenue Commission, said today
Be CLOSED MOMUY: for ... ... NewT
W.ted h. llh)> .kin It N. eon Straughn said April collection Start Your
., .
Itch d burr In. Uu liillivptlc Moth '
the Summer :Months In. T.4.L FOOT POWDER too-lint totaled $13.301,465, a 765 percent '
for .w..y loot, loot alas-.t.y..tia, increase over March 1964
In Hi. akin for ho..-.. NOW M STUART
Next to Poslofflre AT 7-4983 DRUG CORP. and 7.22 per cent over April of
--- -
-- The gas tax amounted to $117..

1 8!7,577 for the ten-month period

of the current fiscal' year as compared Urr Right
-- .
with SIlT) .S77,092 for the
same period during i 1962-63 ,
Straughn pointed' out The per cent
/ '
increase was 5.64.
The commission director predicted -
CRUISEFROM the total for the year end- ,; .
ing June 30 should exceed $140- \

(000( ) ,000. r '''
Straughn said there were several Live In A '
factors which contributed' to the
increase in gas tax collections He
MIAMI' ANY TIME said Florida had no wide-spread

freere to adversely affect citrus
and agriculture

OF YEAR! There his been some reduction'I ,,. -
in rail traffic due to the Florida s F
East Coast strike which resulted r tor .A1
in heavier hauling by motor vehicles
Every Friday p.m. ,

In ad'Jiticn, the continuous increase HOMEOF
7-DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160 in "population and motor-

(Includes SHIP AS YOUR HOTEL..AND ALL MEALS) vehicle registration, along with I t
good motoring i weather: and theheaviest
winter tourist' movementin
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED the history of the stale were

big factors in the greater gasoline
Slraughn said it was evident that
many Florida visitors used certain
cities as home bases but traveled YOUR OWN
ARIADNEJvery to other areas of the state on one-

day than trips normally, thereby using more gas

( cabin with private bathroom facllitJe10JAMAICA)) About one-fourth of America's s !

farmers in I 1800 were tenants,

While making your June plans, ,t : ers

be sure to include a home of i'z t ; t' r aa ''

your own! Stop in and see
(Ocho RIOS & Kingston) i

With a full day in NASSAU en routa. iI '
First Federal about
Sailing every other Friday PJIL I aLONG .
d dI
(Alternate Fridays..Cruise to iI 4







Basthira WSadIIasad. ..... I MARTIN CO.
yrevU job''Ior.nr thn luUta
__ ., I pwipl!*...kantuf. mat TKrmtKJ*
Afl first-ciass..modern swimming poo.entertainment! tar mflbon. man. ALL itW..
food and service. Na vaccination n.tbtn.. Uw .IMI to_mini
prograra..fine pass ..... vaadi Ji. ,.
ln 4
mj *ri > by
port required tor IU. or Canadlai citizen: 200 ... I ......1NnIiDI. NRVart wart aI AVENUE

.laggagt allowance. n without takfaf .dn..(.,... U.S. SOUTH OF COLORADO

t tlta for FREE cob tnctan DIp!.til \ ...... !. ad.ua ...NEVKKIM
... 1M ontdIl& h <... __ f f
TIM your bum AGENT WW fcr mtnatta* BB EXTRA CAREFOT. wllbrtabt.d Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

aaa.- sad ..iprtlsaQ.1e.
; -
Friday Evenings; 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. y" ; .,'
MM. .... vwt .*r ..... MM xCA'
I -.,. lou" .1.too*v iaf5.iarmr am.***. \ P-.IY TlMr a ( th tII
... areas= L aDaa3r O 8..11 ...... tsar-.6aa1 7 HlllUfIIUTlillrI Closed Saturday STUART, FLORIDSI2i 4t lpita(1

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m STUART (TU.' ) NEWS ThunwJay Jane II, 1964_

I Directory of ChurchesI

I Organizations Directory -

I Gormular M
n'If nR OAN ItATIUNS Csa Gans d A._.III-! RH.V BU.UK kloALHIjl'!
J. 1I..m.1I 0 51 10:00 ......
Cu..mond.r-W.I..r r i Sunday School
Alrekdki Aaenymeu* ,
W.d,1,19 pay t. B. Community CanrekAmauwr Moa. o0.m Cast a..d A.... ..Id.C..n' I' 'II Till:00 ..*. S""""" Worship
,.01. Bvenlnc' Wonhtp
***!. CmerteMy c.".* I Commlole 7,10, p.m.. Tu... Prayer Meetlnc
Co" .onl,.>ator*.0eorir Voton Ch.l.n--f, ronk A. W.rhs2u0.th 71.0 I'm. !h...... YP.I!:. HwvlM
Ird Them I p.. Tu. I do ..m. urthouao
a ri '
M C Board. .1 Zonlnf AJJu.tm.nt i THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
Animal' a.._ 1,4.411.pr.ldnbMrs (IC.n.'lo..1/ Palm
Earl 1. Rinof Ch.I.-r. Rhrdr2nd AT 7-2512: City)
Pius .m. Hun lay School
Thun.. Ill, CourthouaeMartin
110, .... komeeluilnw ,.101.
It* Tee*.. p //i 11100 am Mori In Wonhln

1 P,ele' ..'_.l Wo_. CNifmlcte Ceunty Mui.um Cemmlialon II limo am. to 10.m. W.dnenday. Women -
L. Wlllun.hhy P City
Chol..nHuob" MEMBLY O GOD- *) > K.llow.hlp
', .' I I.I Ida Mennlneer' 4th IMea.. 7 .10 pm CourthnM .. lliV I. H. DANIEL; PnatofI
....41* Tuee. nl.hu.. trim M.t'L KOBE SOUND SOU1HFRN METHODIST
C Zonlnc and Planning Cemmltal (I ..m. 8u..Jay School CHAPEL
Park Nertk Hrne Shore Chairman-Jamea Giiuiihan 'Cam. Mornlif worship REV, CHARLES; O BENNETT tula*
Property Ours A..utN.4rt..tC. .10 pm. Ibun? Bible btidy Prayer titt ..... Sunup Sohool7i4
M. Mohnbavik School Bsdt.1sIrm.H.nry I,., ,ou l pro: Suod.y. Youth Par,'"* ,.... Worship Service
OeaUnlt led Wedneadaye at Kerne.war 0 Kindred ll pm: E.yllsu. Servle'
lad Mon" Ills p..... c..u"n PEOPLES CONCIlEa..TIONAL-.f.
Oerdrni. Clele. AaeeclaUe. FIRST "TISTOO L All... AsarREV. BEV. MAYNtRD
Teem el Somalia Paint '11' h'K A. IIII.La
rllalueat WA'fII.lIO/II./ Puur
Pra.Ment' -ptmand Pleil M.or-J.", Merauelln2nd h 1:05: a m. EOrIWr.hly
let Sum I pm, *.c MIRnItUPblIlde. Wed.. pm.. Ton Ball a Sunday I I/so0: am Cburch:' School::
..! .. __ \UOO .... Moraine .
,_h.'d.' .. Aieeelallo y 1 1d 10 a.m. worship Service Worship" "_
t'O..1' 0. I. POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS yA t... a.m. Sunday SenotMI ttlO t""J both .."l_
railGarde ,(III a.m. Morn( Wonblp tm. Youth Veiper SMTIO.
Meet on Repuhlkaii. Club. of Muslin CeuetyPrealdent all ,.110. raining Union
Club ., 8turtPreelih ... B. WaUo r 7141 ,... Rv.nlni Worahll ALL SAINTS' EPISCOrAL- .._ ....
>a_Mre. Job* W. W.._ W.dneiday B&V. NURMAN B. KASTEB
end II.... I.ill p.., W.....'. ClnkIlklacua Repuklleu Women Club el.,Marti C t ti 3 11.' p B. Mid week Prayer Sorvloe Sunday
President.-W. Arnold Own.4th
f :10 a-m. Hob Communion
rSrk Cl.. Aeeeelaue* Tuea" I p..... Klrat aUonal Banl PALM CITY: BAPTIST-*)th *t MoCerdHfcN 00 .... CommuuloB and
K.ld nt-Oeorte MacDoneldill temp
FaetorI (
hje*, till pm. First NaUnl" ..*. M. C. Democratic Cueeutlvt. Commute. ; Wrk D9aysuy.
Chairman-fcdward I. Murray 10- ( t'v ,41 ..m. Sunday School
.m Cl to Cluko ..e..Ireae, Meriter M, Clan 00 a.m. Morning Wonhlp Tuo... _t a.m. Holy Commnnlo.
'f I1l4 1m55 1..1... on oUatLlGIOD Ill p.m. Training! Union Thuraday-I* a.m Hol ll..llrT.r"lee.
"' *. P P.i.aiieeii r PR 41 pm. Kvenlni Worship 'plat Ihu.lK >
:I i S '1.0 ,.11I. Wednesday MI4ak. Pray I i day 6am Holy Communion
Beck Cr.*k CWbh..ldnntMrs UHb ,NIZAIION ; It'1
C.I>In W116r/, Society. l .r Meetllg Villi> Ch...... 704 S. Fifth Fort Thus

.Ved. ? I ,.... J. B Varnao. Club Urie Uader-Friendly Mra, Job. Wkltlcarrrt. i Sp t ar FIRST BAPTIST-Pert Baler*. I :,rap I I a.m Church 8 nday
I ,10 elm/VI..
..._ Beatk W_*.a Aeeeelatle ., I ,..... St II.h.: .. O. C. TAYLOR, Paator n n Wednesday

'....' .. -Mr*. Marl Mllli St. Joeepk. Guild aide: ...... Sunday School I LUTHERAN CHURCH or ST ANDREW
:.t-.... Moa, SB lit Clupnoue. .....I .II' II... Blward' Klniell tied im. M..rniiig WorahllDO I America Lutheran Church)
r : p..... Die W. Prim. Vita Blvd. Port S. L.doII.
Mon.. I m,
<... >r WornChik let P a I M1' ti 7,110 ,.11I. bvenlnf Wonhlp C. RIPE. PASTOR
Pie1dml-Mr.Ou' Cromwell' St J...,. Holy N_. SoeletyI 8 10 p.m. Wednesday Prayer" Beat.Inge. .
ltd Hon. I tm.. Women* CtakMartki 1..ld.II.I Ro.marln pd Choir prwUe (oUewi. 5115 a.. l1und. II
CMty Adukn Drury BeerdIrd n..... before fed a.., I .. SchoolBOYS I r Sell .... Worahlp. Paroles
'Men S Judf 0404" -
M C As1ild0. lee ....... HealtkPreeldenl SCOUTS ITUAIT OF AMERICA Sal, Sunday aebslIINO.m (Meetlaf I* Hob !Sound Clvle Costar)
-.... Donald8ireder: Troop 400-BfOlllDiuter, Robert Pffk Morning Wo..'" RJtV CHARLES BENNETT Puts
lad! ,Chun* pow The Ref Wed. 711pm., American Ix lIon Hall :SO p.m. Trol"Ing Union 7.46 ,.... Sons Bervle.
M. C, Chapter.. A....a. Cuss "10" SMp 40-Alvl; .nr. run Ihip; 7.41 p.m. Fvening Wonhlp sloe p.m. ICnnlnf WenhlpST

C*.lreiaa, -at.Uoi-y .JuhorujYdMn55'MnWCurrlPOt. : Thur... 7 P m.. Moth Chur td..h, klrkhartThurn Albany 8t 7141 ,... W""... Frayer Meeting HOLY CROSS CATHOLlc-t..to.
.Auditory. Squadron 7 pm 444, : .I..ctU{ All.nrKl: TROPICAL FARMS ."'TIST-H.,.tI fll. XAVU.K: n.NECH

I Cub Pack 410- ..b",."er. ... I). ill.t n.ele! I.Io.WltI srANClL; 1'...... M.ue.-Bundga. 1i45. ....1 l'lrot hr'
f)r.-Moat Tint N.tlonal Bank 4th Mo". 70 ,.01" Ca holl. grhoiI 0 1:45, ..11I. Sunday School day. .. ,.... Cotfo..4.e hufon 11.._
Me .. Garde.. Clukrre.W Cub Pack. 4JO -Cul nnnter. F H.aer* I II .00 am. M rnlng Wonblp4t

nl.-H.F N, Trial Laet Mon.. Ill pm? Youth. Center ..t'',.' ., v _..Lu1Eut3 ., p.m. Training Union MARYS EPISCOPAL-611 Oc..aBoul.vard
: Kit ..(10( p.m. Kv.i Ing Worship Stuart
*. tillim.. M-C.Io.r. JENSEN BEACH .. .. .
'00 Wed. Mid. ,
J. D. I.ookadooW SOME: OH ME 139 M.trim Class p m S aid 10 .... (June to Sept
Menea.Ceu.ry BettMUd CklldM.. AM. Troop 401-11.0..00". County Senior High of t 1964 who received diplomas at recent graduation exercises
:: d.. 7.80 Cnm".II Hall DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST-lsdl'.mw.
Fn.ld** -lr* Iw1.h "" p.m. EPISCOPAL. CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
'r'.n.,..,.J0, ,.ms Oo.. Pm,115411N.1hmJ' Cub Pack. 401 <,ulmaater. H. H.II<1 linn F- _. -- HfcV It!) WTT .RAMENT-.J Chick. St. UdlaalenRhV .
"' ed.. S Communlly; School
4th pm 10 00 .m. Sundny
.......... Aee.latle Cub Path 401-Cuhmuuw O' Hhl''I'I"' .' Jr. 11 ,00 *.m, Mornmc Worship W. THOMAS LOUCKaIJO ,
r.Mu1-Mrs,. t'" !Ina V1riddut 4th Wed Ill pm, Ix-gion. .15 p.m. Training Union 0... Chunk. School
t ) 1 obllo, LlbrrY t 00 p.m. Holy Eucb.rUI
Yu11.. - - T,/0 f.m. Worship' Servlc

fttm City CrdM. Cluk SERVICE CLUBS Tilt '.110. Wed. Midweek. Stnrle. CHRIST MEMOfIIAL-.f.ltot LodWIOur .

Pr..ld.nt Mlie Mabel rinney: CI..... Club el StuartPrenluent ST. JOSEPH HOlle-Jut lOtk ... I .0.sos .11I,. Nov. to AprIL)
lad fill ,. Clvle Ceatef Aaro HuuuWed.
Thun., *.m REV JAN JANUbZgWSKL; AdmVWk .
.ate. City CI/.... OraalMtlelPre.U.nt .. II noon Townhoua KcaUurantIndlentevr aural. Mon thru tri ...0)) CHURCH OF COD-Induutow. .
4145.Confxtus.lonel ). RLV; EVEKKTT MOHB
Andy ffllnlokl! Klwanl. Club -
lad TM* Clrl* Cealw P..ldonl-J. Sinus geturdaye end Thunday 10 00 a-m inday SrhoerM
Wad IIill ...... Semlnol luJeneea "before tint "'rid. of month. 4JI. to :00 am. Mornlnf Woratilp'
.. .
._.... GardeM Clvto A. tlerreeMeat
I 10 end lilt to I 10 pa.ST T,HO pm Rvenlni Worship
-Hei. J. W. ...... Beack LI.... Club Till pm: : Wad. Young J-.ople
lei Men. S .... liB ..... lent-Jamea Dee CHRISTOPHERS CATHOLIC BndTe*

...... Clvl. AeeMtotle lal.Ird Wed, til P", Beynonr' 0' Hob. Sound
f'I' 0 eta. at 10:10 *.. hiders CHURCH. OP THE GOOD IHEPHEIIDJu .
d P.n.Tbun. ,
1I11. Jupiter Hoke Sound Klwanla Club ,".,
Thin, I pm7 Supper Solli. 0.O. .: 7pm? Jupiter Lit* MarluRotary -734 tut Ocea Boulmrd 7 SO a.m. Holy Communlo

,..* Baler** Civil, DefeneerirebeuM Club el Stuart 11 :00 n.m. Su.day School isles.... Fartik Kuch.rl.t: S..OO.nd

lad Tueldny, fill *. President-Dr. E:. 8'into. Malay So 11 00 am r.n. Moraine Weds Testimonial WorshipSal wtlni Sunday SehooL

a.* CWe CUkfreeldent .. Wed. Kill p...,, Sunrlae Inn ., 1.C, ,. d"r. < Rsdn5 Itoo. 181 .1IuI1. A... Jlo....' BEACH COMMUNITY
-Jink .h...*'. Stuart Klw.nl. Club I rruns. Mot. through .'rI.. pup am..131M Drive. Jones Beech

In 'ran, Ctukhene Preildenl-Ur. H. Herald* Hip... p.m. REV. NEWTON M. TWbtDY:

Ito atf W..uu'. Club T......, IS.II P.m., Town Houe ,j CHURCH OF CHRIST--425 palm Be*. tdtttttCai IIO ..... Sunday BrhoolIIO
_._11' O..II. E. LPanrr UOHUHLL 111.1.... and 11 a.m, Mornlnc Worship
Stuart; Hl-Stwper Square Dane Clubpruld.ntGUb.n .. i.' I :HO p.m. Youth Felluw.nlp
.,,.,. 'iJQ.1 .,, Cluk Bulldln : Sunday
,J UOUMbun 4,10, p.m. Wedneed.y. Youth Chi>hf -
,........>* Garde en** ; ., I pm, Youth Center \ As. qt 11:00.10 00 a.m... DIUW Worship Study and C........ 10 p.... Wedneeday Senior Choir
phalnnan-Mre. Kobert I X.*... 1:UOI.... E.*nln. Wonhlp T 00 p.m. Thunday Midweek. B rvle*

fat' We*.., til* *.... k.... ....rt LI..... Club 7 Wedneeday JEHOVAH WITNESSES-Brltt Road
- 1'.td.nL-IIII'orth; Brhnurbuiichhd I& 110pm. Midweek Bible. ltedpLIYI.tl. Sunday :T pm Watchtower Htudy
CHAMBUS OP COMMUCfMe ; < .41* Wed,7pm. Tow Boue Monday: 71,10 pm, Bible Study
Ps.Wwid.tW... -. ADSEHTI5EtlEATRo'1'I4M : ; Thunlap-7110, Mlnlury S,M
William MyeraSrd Stuart Soroptlmlat. Club : i 1 __ Service Mantis gthooli

......$" C.V. frealdeat-ICdn; Woll '.' ,., I 'M)KH MITI1IOIS
Toe .
pmt ".....d Than, noon Sonrlee IBB I \' I''I'R' REDEEMER!: LUTHERAN E. Oeeaa) ....
Jkuiee* B_k Are .' NOTIl.J I In l hernby aloes that the W.V: DONALD K. lIuioaOElll.K:
Preeld-Fraak. foreher. Stuart J.ye.sIhwld.nhulah I. ..,.. a unl"rnlKi ,d d..ulrliiK to Mica** In .,,11 "IB. SS"dV.cho01 Blblo Pt.b
5.4 Mo, dlreeUra( S "... I ; 'Pink Pont I ''''0'.'' ? undPI 'Ior rll'tlllo"o rums 10s50, s... Worship Service
Cue*, ill pm ; '
: n' I.It1'II1 lllt'NTY ( lillMITTLF3iii
yTaldnt! 0 BleiVmaa VETERANS "buoAilizATIOIrtrAmerlce ".f\ 140.t I'Iua". 'Iorldo, Inlendulu Jupller
bd Tkore.'l ,. Ftnb\ a* i',i.lrr the sold name whh the I KEITH JOHNSON PaetofI
Lecle. Jeaeen Pub l I."k" 01 the 'h'c"lt' Court fur var.llu '.
0:00 ..
CommandeK-Clllto* BowndlInd C""nl,.. 'I..loI". : aim: : Pa.nr'e r Brhul
trr'PaI\Z'L'IbnMl. 'N..... .4t* MOD, S p n. ....1.. Han t '111111 t. ,s Y ntM MARTIN l' "i'iTT 10.:it* .,.. Mornlnf Worship Cla.
: 11 t:I'OIJH i <'i';aI
h. A"_.' L .*>a, Stuart
J.An L. TayletInd I k\'If;U>1'JlbNT BOVHD FIRST METHODIST-1I00 Cblo.de Aft
ivisll Marekaat 01...... Cnmiaand.i
... Ball ( aKV. WALTER D. JEb8VP
Lnrb4th and Ilk frl. I r Ucl ;"
P145 .
CI..ltm'billr' t I IJy: I KKTril M. COMUHI 0. Morning Wurshlp
Ib:": 1mur1 Uh..bs" JeUWP'OM1tAVATICM A........ Uiloa. ,..Ia...... lenlduit I IIGO .... urcIIKIO 'obool
Commander-Jim H>aoy41k I Pub June 4. 11 IS. >5. IPGI *... Mornln Wonhh
!' Sat, I p.A.da. .- 10 p.m. Youth Pellow0hn
\ ,i ........) ......" booth. landIa III' Tllbl. 4'11TV .rU'tlt'N' 1"01 nr (On. vonhlp: suds a. 10 a.m. .
L.rI. -
........1 Cuian.* pM1er.. Bel 111dhMWNwpwy..n1 BaU Z'C.A.riau. : 1\ .tsso h'LUN1111. FOR" \H'fl' !..OUI''no July I and Autmt Sundar .... I *. ij

.. NUel N.. id I'HUU4TID 1\0. 1511IN TRINITY METHODIST-,1.u. bn0
":aldent> : N L..... Aailllary. Plush L:: ,-,' / RF1'FJITATE 1..1 sum. Sunday School
et fri, f::-O ._ ,.. _Mra. Clam May '.1...* I OF 11KIO ..,. Worship Horvlc.
.x I 11;
Mo. S Leclo Ball .It.t..o.. .04. ? "
4tk .
|nd tat MA'tJ"'d.
C.nrntMl Silo .
Club .m. """, tat ou/
I=' 1515, p.m. Shut L.OIb, C.N, Mulls C....... Bameka, W kin..W4 V...... CONGRATULATING SINNERS of Indian River Junior College tive year,, Nellie Jones freshman) runnerup left and Ellen Hudgins M>TI/'u TO ('IIEUlTOHI; IM. fZiy.W"
A. All of M.
(Jomm..l'hlli. t leiltora ot tin 001110 OSCEOLA STREET
; ..IWe-x 4 UBfb. B Club, ,' llt-lrd frl, t H. Cowmualty. Center fourth annual SIMOC (yearbook) beauty contest are Mr and Mn graduating sophomore first place winner, are shown aboard L. NCWOIaa duiettaud arc 1 uroby aiN. D. H. DIGRT METHODBZ JR. IY

7 .m. Wt I Bak. Bradleya. crlol. Martle( .. Ceunty Bamdi AunllUryPmldent Rulph Evinrude of Jensen Beach. France Langford (Mn Evin- the Cvinrude yacht the "Chanticleer" claim n"tin.d or and d, mnudn ru'luirud whlrh to tiny ruB .s any 5,45 0.... B.Ly a.hoo
: . ... Hall : Worahlp
-Mra Hulk huts avalnat auld Satan In the U :o.-\r: : :
l.Hrd: W, S P. .. ON Oew. CburbVNr.n'a rude) judged the contest: t from photographs for the second ,COI1lCIUI : nee nc the County Judge of Mar. lulatp .ouy ..5101
: W.d
of Bch
i \.s ;'; PHOAMZATIOIU4enaM Council el M.rtln Ceunty .. tin County. "'Iorld,. In liis Court' Thurad.yl moth 1l TMs p.

.1 .110.011 rlMierd AuulikFs.0Mrs .. Chalrm.n-John W. 1I.1I.r h",ia.. nt Ml''mrt. lorlda.' .11101" Slit p.m. Prajer ....,.,

/ ...... froth' Srd. bow, S p.... B1.ul Le1lun 110... slit,> ((6) calendar. mot tha from the '''O'l'r... Board' .f (II"
am ant tri. 11,'HI p11lhru Un <.r luinn .. ouch r..d.
....., .onth
,, VFW StuartC.mmudrrJob. tltn. 1:",'h l'Iall" or oI"hI.nd! Inul
I Beaah VeliMter fill, .p.a.."trert M Murray be In wrltliiir und in,mt elute the SOUTHERN METHODIST-P. .......

,C0*M I p' lr.b'w! ......u. Tktin. Oolu.a Cat BulldlncVFW. +PCt peer 0' rudetcn, and. punt Orilreaddrrod It&V. D. H. kNIGHT JR.
t nr the cl.I..nt ud remit S50.: .. Wotob'' Sornko. .
SaWne Fin. ***.aA.Wgl IndluM.warommand.rJee.ph. % tie awurn to by the elaJiH. his lout Lm. Pundy Irbool110

*:: **-* CX''W\ W. Pr*.t..n d ?Nw a avent or lil. attorney, or v.111 bucumv .... kywoeth; lose...
$ Thu., S./ M lit Ird. Sab, HI P". ,.., Mom* void A1" '",''linn to l I.w. 1 .*' .... WMSdi.m'1
.r1 ...... w.lur Pin /./ !/ Nh\ViUN' .
I 1: """ / Job_ VPW Auxiliary, StuartCommon Ail ." of tl,a slat* Isle ,.... LWIs' MIM.1"., lo.l.b
pFLd2us., l.r-Mn. Jennie Smith nr M. I.. Nawmun ceuauil, Ind and .11I
rb l.M rFEATW4AI I.t-/d Wed. Gold** Gat Bulldlnc I CRARl. CHART CHARY rise. p.m. Prayer Meetlnt
__ ttn. I-'. (:
I QR0ANIZATp14Acre. .. or rury FIRST METHODIST_Ud...,_
D.M.4F Attorney for the Adnilnlitr&trU.
Mow Owdor-D.vld) ).... \ of the estate of I,.5 .
a.m Sunday School
Ind.O.* Men 1*. ..m, M0.SII T.m$15 CI.U Ah PatrolCemm.ndorLluulenut Tt M, U New/nun.' derrud 11'00' ..... No.uB W..h"
J. F Btronc t fit Pub Mu>' 2s, Jun. 4' II, II 194 '.18 pm. IIITF

Aaaol Vonhlplul. !"Maawtl"" MO.t.r-4brlutlOf Led(* Xalkletlrd M... Tueedaya. 7 .lu p.mCommittee l\Jl..tl.l..lT.l01 Mr ol" THE14'11 : ,,80 p.m. t:..0'Wonklp'

Tkon I ,-., II...... 'iemtlAM el 100 I .IIUU'U. SJHt1ITi Y' ile ..m. Jtur'l!". Junior Choir
t'IOIlIl\ '\" trtlpm. Thuraday, Senior' Choir'
lea Cornhi \ "WH MtHTIMWIT \
Miller.. CMe' ,, Elk Chairman--
'_1..11-. ..... IMrotky Hardy riieoitlve: 11I..n..Ku.. 1'hllhrlck .' ( Tie \ Fl.I FIRST .PRE5BYTUuAN-N. IIh. lh.sa
II \ :n1' 1\0.
2IotO' !
lug tkure.. p41.. bias Ldc lit. W. 0.... Blvd.. AT 14IIHLady .T.I IM Vi \,VMUkR: IIKV.lEV.. A.MALCOLM IIYDNKY A. HAaRIS.Awbtwu/

Beta II... Pal. SeverityEpeUea Golfer Aaeecullm. 1I ,:,\It'fEH.v. t 5,00 ..01. dandy .henl LUWal1oJ,

Pn.ld.nt-Mra. Dill H.rt...ll ) A I lalntirrAILAt 10.01 .... Worship Bervlo
Ztt Cnepler lit *
rmldent-Mri. II. J. Abbott. Fur, HIO a-m, M. Co Golf A Ctry. ClukUvoly r MITER( I.00pm. Youim, Pup,'. r.OwiH|| .

let-erd Tk..nw d p.at.. bas Art ClukPmldent .l A,,, U.'fondnnt. j f'RU.YTJRIAN' "OMMUNITY_
!MtlH <>. lir Ho''". fosndFRANCIS
XI Camm* Phi OiaptwPreeldent -Mra" L. A.hhy Arkec**! p 1 TOI.A: U. CAltm.ll: ;
-Mre. Joe hale Ird m. liBO ..... lens '< yL.dMkd..r \alnilankatu I. I,10 0.'". DICK80N Sunday Idol Paitor

lat-lrd. 'fhjiru.. I PA, 5o.rD.bt.n MartU Ceunty Pair A....... ; 'Vo' ..11H.t' :!:ikl, .' : 'iIIt'IEIJ lllOO *.. Wonhlp S.rvle,

.. tke Amerieae ltevel.U. lE.il.nt ... : IIY Ml JJO. pm. Youth r.llow.hlp
'_I.nlo-ol.' W H. j'.t. lint a iplalil, fir I'h..re'| e I h..
-Mrt. Mirjorl. Momlaf' I let Mon.. till pm. Agricultural Bide : : ..w nor, riled all.I".t! )ou. und you aiereq ills pm. W..... Adult. Yontk Choir.Pi" .
Srd Tkiir, kooeaLedlea t Irril to aurvn a INO '. UNITARIAN
Mo.h.. D.M.ly Club. i Marti County Golf and Ceuatry ClubPrrld.ntEd : a Baer or rather plea,r.. .:l't"o' rh".Utn : ton .. B..h Community FELLOWSHIP C..r.

.ld""lo-liro.. J..n WrIhl Hlche < ,A1 paint on l'I..llIlIfl'tlorney.. K1TX1S ,; ,- 74' S um.p Driv.. Fort Plan. Breh.
,.h Mw, Ill. ..., .11..10 T..10. Ird. T...., lilO. pm.. Clubho** t ,\ \ ; .. H, MCHV\10211 HZ. 3"II llcnvir Ave r.llo..hlD Parole. 7,51 .... 1I..d"'l
sue, I', 0. Hun '
Sluurt. P'lurldu' .IIo..hl' School 10 .
Marti County Farm Sure**) : \ 0. 'uad.,.
AeaUlary M lduut Par 1"" tIt. .r. and file the A.wr or otb1er
wrp..t tiu PniMent.- lhe" II.u.._ tIt; plr'n", In the office of the PENTECOSTAL ..18L&-f.......... .
Cklef Maulanh' Glady* FMBMtk : Ind Tkura. Semlnole/ la* ,,' '.Iao < Ta, ..., IWV Jtallkdeeecde. for the 19h day of Juie mi. If 10:10: ...>. Sunday School

.! Or* r el Odd ,..*. Malls Pre.ldent Ceunty-BUI Amateur Brilton P-adl Club. AL Kt-KNFR retiring president of Stuart Lions accepts a ELLSWORTH SCI1MJRBUSC1I: new Lions head left is C'noon you fall!I..u.,' taken en' a H';;"I'.n: oi Cun for TlOpm 7 JO ...... Sunday Wedneeday Evannllit: Slbl.CETHSEMANE Study Pawls

Motile Seoretaryj-Johe,(i r B4)-1.9ule) 0. fcray Ch'.IIIII, '{bird Thun I ,."' AT .un pin and a hearty handshake from Jerry Dole, international congratulated by Jerry Doyle, at the Stuurt clubs: installationat : the plaint relief demanded In the Com. CHURCH OP CHRIST

.".'/ T ell P pm, lOOP Bas Marti County aterloal ""fFPld..aftl..d counselor and installing officer at the clubs recent installation. the Yacht Club Restaurant recently 1.):SB o AND OHDEIl lit Stuart OR CHRISTIAN. CHURCH
Merr.ll Flo.Ida.. tllH IOth dny' of May. m4 Street Jenee Beaek

hdU Chief.: Patrhweh Kleef ,=-r'-. : WI!.. let. Tvoe, till PJ*. Pint Katioaal BkMulllpl IOKUTHV".rk of the IIEIICKri Clr 'ult Court II LEON* a-m. L.Sunday BAHtR:Hlhl.' JK7Mlnuty Sohool

|....u. :TM. 1 ,.m- 100TW U..I., Service I Martin County Florid ':80 ...>. Snndu. Wonhlp Sorvle
increase of r>:u cent in the Deer New Zealand are so .....
1 per m Owen JJO Tknndejr Bible
Cites GainsAmerican : Henry Study
...*.. Be .k Scr Club .ad A UUryf Setretary-Carl H. Tune Rogers
...*..'-Ceorae TattleOutoftt and.4tk Tuee. I *... numher of operational intercontinental numerous they are regarded aspe ((fire lit DrUlJaU<"'''

(TIIo_ WfsdIuJ..._*... 5aul ro.bu, Palm City Hew D............ Clek ballistic missiles since 1961. IS.-: ___ _______ ELTON HOI8CHw"AR7Attorney for About 372.000 outboard motors

A I,4.45k FN, ..., J. B. C... Ckanb Pr..M.nt-Mr.. Ellialwth Pattereanlet llnlntlff1JO were sold in the United States last
"This Itutl: AL1 FR'I'WEMFTH : : : thnv.r Av.nu.
si mt cant increase in U.
I II..... btlt.d Tue. t.H a.*., Clvl Ceste P U lio> Inn year.

f Ji O. Sletork*** ,......* Kennel aMt Strength Turning S. military strength i n precisely THE f'OI''TJlII..t'J4: "n! MTM HI XarL I'lorldaPub. l
AHTIT l'ut'Tt'"UIIIII \ .; lily it. 21. June 4. 11. .,tit
Wed, I pm. what keeps the communist world 11! RFlOTrH'
Pr.kuut-Mr. P. I Mia. t. AT t.1144 for ..tl,1 plae
Castro Reds direct : on'JUllx \\ THE rot''\TV\ Jl IK.K 'O"RT Stuart Rotary dub
kerne Tide from i
Me S the
,1.ld P-m Against confrontation with ,
Pert ...... Hem, Demo. tratl**> Chub WALTER 7(1HNbeTNInrrneri; Of :V\Hm\ lOIMt tLulUU\

CI CAagrPrs.ldrtMrs. Pre.tdent.-Mn. Zlllak Newlln U. S.," he said "It is this same IMOBTB *o. 11111 Meet* W... ISillOr
C. L Aikley !MITU-K TO n4..:In runt IV RE'ROTATE
I ...-4t1o W.... I* *.., kerne* let 1 b...., 1,10, ..01.. Clvle Center Congressman: Paul Rogers told cy m the Caribbean: Armed With military superiority. coupled with TO AH CKMITOIf ANIt l ALL Of ) CD E.Jtanteai Male* 'I
0.of. Blkw lor Girl Riptide Player el M.rtt Ceu ly the economic failure of such com pmn8 IIAMN' C1A.1M3 oR CA-KMtV: a LJ8K i iMmCH Prwkbe.1
of facts and Congressman ttwvsDa AuviMrr! tutu m- Mark Smllkecratery
Worth. AdvUor-tlui.a Coult.rl.t.IM ._ -Johnnie C. phew the Florida Stute Convention figures niumst system- Cuba 'I'\T. HM'tlltin
Tar. f II '., Mel. Tempi.Byl jet Ird Thun, 4 G.neral Meetlnc we see in : TO ( !; *
P.lm Bekekak* Lout Thun.: I p.n.pi: Bualnee* MeeUi CSt the American Legion In Jacksonville Rogers showed how Britain decision which has resulted in the tide turning You notified and and each of you. are hereby All redltor of the ...... of Trade WildeCITY.

Moble Onnd + Mr. 0..... Bait L... Inlet' Yacht Club I Saturday that the tide U turning to renew largo scale trade in Latin America" any claim or demand required...In hl 'preevnt h you. h OAHMKV,"reby :notified K LIHh.and. required dnceawd to, file an

lat>|rd. Mob S .... lOOP BaU Commodore., Ha.k.nlet in Latin America against Fidel activities with communist Cuba or all h... or you. may II... .".i.t any claim or dcmanda which they
._- .. Elk Lodf ISTSBielted th. P105.1. of J N WALTERJORYnniv. map have ....In.t .ooid entait In tilt --..
Tkura. I pm. Yacht CallS.uart Castro Britons are said. to be the world'greatest i Pre d, bite
Ruler-Deu Toek has lessened 1M burden of support of Mar. office of Ih. ("OUM)' Jude. of Martin _
I (-. II....,. Board .l RsItMPnsldut 'Latin fooling at shown by Brazil sands eaters They consume : tin t'nuntn Flo.ld. with fll/fir rat Count Florida. In the Court
Soviet Russia must providefor '
of ... ..' the County' iu
Mesh III.... Clukfneldanl h"u. rjorlda, wllhln' al>
-H.num Tllton about" dUd
"ot :
-Joha AlJeU lat '1'...... I ..., Stuart .... i overthrow of Joao Goulart maintaining the "cancer of the tight' ounces a week Court ll.rtln "ant) Iii o.l lendr month from Ihs dote of
lit Tuee? 1 pm., ..... Tacbt Club and Vene/uelu s movement to 1 Ira CAribbean." compared with Mi ounces by ("o.t, Iloue, at Ht,iar florid, the first publication of thl. noil...". 'COMMISSIONSTUART
within alx calendar' menthe' from .
Stuart Stamp. SocietyPrealdeat Kni'h claim or drman I mint be In
Veiled BevJer Ceuneelor C.mm.iml: M Trawler Fond -Th,,...> Hrmenway Ute Cuba through further unetions Congressman Rogers then point Americans. the dl ot th> \\18 puh i h ,n"? n.( wrltlnir' end muM mate tb, place:
notlrr I CTAIM
Ird Mon I .... PubUe UbnivTMrlal in the Organization of American the States tha OR nKVANI or reaiden I .'. and part-offle, iddreeeof
14 Tkun. S ., loor Hall p ed out that United armed > MI"IIT BK Otl.V ."'''''S the claimant' and mu.t be
.... Dou.*>tara *l tk* Ceiledemr Cluklatlid Suites-ahowi us the entire hemisphere might has never been greater inAmericas WASP Ml.Kl: / IV: |'|'p|.rCATK. to by the "..Iat. hi.* agent or REGULAR: IrfEETCVGLOO

FI..M: .*.a**-Mr* kUrvte H. Be eUUnity M.,. I t.m, Ttk Ceate Is behind: U. S policy," peacetime history He .!v PINES.mi. /./ WXLbACR Admlnl.n-atrljt' : J. ROB131T8Aa nf th* according hit Attorney to. or taw It will. beoum-t* Told

CUpeer Order W Eeeter* Slur: the congressman tuid stated that over the past three I ? TaU I F..,... or John Walter Dated thl. Slits' dar Kbtl4 r,114. F-M -. 2ad BM 4tk
btlueu-Ys. Moherta 8r Jnhnnn. DsousdAddros JAMES M. '
W. then called for increai combat divisions had
...*.* *m The accidental deuth toll in the years army P CX Dn> 54. Fxocutor or th. Katat: *'of ,
ti-e'-t".0 tea" JJJ jiCOVIBNMCNTAL ed American pressure upon U. s. been increased 45 per cent that II..be 8""">t. rtorid Carmen .. U.k. UwmaewL
U. s. rose in 1963 for the second I j Florida'sFuturel MtCHVKL 0: MTTVJAX T, P Hut C Stibsrt Orj ,DaD
OROANIZATIOrlS. allies shipping to Cuba. He tingled the U. S. now has eighteen Polar.I. I Attorney far Admin etr.trl. I I .Attorney for Elecutor: .
City' -'M. successive yea. About 99000 out Great Britain as the most flu equipped misMlle firing, submarines Ill Eel;: *> .., Cook P (X Rex 1114. ", ..tU1, Florida .
Mayor Stuart -
tad ttt Il a.F._ .. CM*.B.. were fatally injured grant violator of American. poli i sod that there has been an Pubs May II, IS. Juno 4, It. 1144 Pub. : is it IM I

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