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Fort Pierce News Tribune Newspaper Archives Jan 8 1967, Page 5

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Fort Pierce News Tribune (Newspaper) - January 08, 1967, Fort Pierce, FloridaOn the level Here and there by Bob Enns which has rendered such outstanding Public service to the Community in Trie past embark on another Campaign of Lueie county i Chest Mili Lotau a for you Ato feat we. Preceded by Yri Elfae Effort i determined the county s of fast Bouses Kien there Bat you Learned Olumn that he May Bird be really a botox no it that you found out Why the fort disposal Plant smelled so bad Well nov we re going to. Try locate is. Luif you. So you happen be end a grandmother drop me a toe telling me Why you hint you deserve the prize in gang to give the youngest. Granny v can -find.-. To be sure it won t be much of a prize but of he fun Well Nave picking the Winner. If you read Robin Rogers report in thursday s paper you la know that treasure Hunter Don Nelmin found a human Skull on property on South Indian River drive. There were no other Bones around awl from other evidence aaa Naii assumed that someone got decapitated around 1910-20. Now comes Willi Inu artist Yam spinner and collector of lore of Yore with a Story about a headless Corpse. It seems hat Back yonder there was one portugese Joe who lived on Hutchinson near Jensen sometime Back before 1916 Williams can l remember ust when said portugese Joe Umed up one Day Wilh his Bead missing. His Corpse was found floating in the River near his Williams relates hat Job often boasted that his head was Worth but he d never say Why. It sounded a Little like someone May have done some with portugese Joe s head. Anybody else know anything about so Contact Gene Williams he s writing a Story for Argosy Magazine he says. Our favorite Christmas Story did t happen until almost new year s. K was How . Jick Norvell of the up police dept. Conducted the department s annual auction of stray bicycles new year s eve. Jack knowing How much even an old bicycle own mean to a kid whose parents could t give him one at Christmas tendered Justice with mercy in auction ing the bikes. He d open the bidding on a Bike and if a Raggedy kid timidly bid a Quarter Jack would quickly declare the bidding closed and award it to him. And some children who might have had to go with out went Home Wito bikes. U. Norvel and then Here is the pre of Christmas plight of Emo and Mold or they got locked in first Federal after a practice caroling session flier with the knights of song. They went to the men s room after practice awl when Tiey came put the other knights had departed the Bank they were locked in no sweat though. They just Tele fellow pm arts at the Moose their next Stop and hey got Tommy Driscoll to come free them. Happy new year to circuit clerk Roger he smokes a year and. Tee trials tobacco and this is his year to smoke. I had the Honor of lighting his first pipe in year right after the stroke of Midnight new year s mom. Taille about v geese Are rare neck of tie Woods but we heard of one being bagged this season. Oha was by a. P. Pit Callahan of Naco Peru Sizer Duck mining on a Pond at Tommy Sirj cow Creek ranch my favorite stomping grounds when a flock of 12 or 15 of them descended on him i did t recognize them at said Pat. But when they circled once and started honking what they the one he bigger dressed out at 8v4 pounds and is the Only ode that game Warden Engrain Hix Tollef had heard Stout. We did get a report that some Hunters in the Sivao aia thought they saw a flock of Canadian honkers but they turned out to be Sandhill stooping cranes. There s a Fine for shooting those. News Tribune moves merchandise Lucite turns you paint lasts and arts. So you la paint lets often and resists fading cracking Olwein Nofar longer Tyfian leading Oil base paints Over Damp so fax stupid Al water cleanup i flows masonry almost anything Tylander Gumbir company 3103 Oleander ave. Phone 461-5171 open saturdays until mrs. W. Vanlaw Inglam and baby and miss Alice Oato who spent the holidays with or. And mrs. S in Miami returned yesterday. J. E. Hendrix of fort drum has accepted a position Here Wius p. A Cobb. He has goal Home i this week to move his family to fort Pierce 50 years ago As another evidence of his abiding Faith in future of fort Pierce Leon Faber has completed arrangements for the Early Congini Tion business House on the lot now being vacated by the Atlantic hotel on the Comer of Pine and Palmetto. Or. Faber is carrying put his plans which wore frustrated by the collapse of the old school building which was being converted when a one horse storm came frolicking along. G. T. Backus and son boat builders have just finished lie feb to p1ebce, Flouda Page five sunday Jan. 8, 1967 remember when at meting of the Odd Fel lows held monday night the Fol lowing i officer were elected Frank Wison nowe grand a. A grand a g. Gustafson by Theise offi cers will be instated monday night when Bie Noble grand will make his appointments. A. T. Reaver has disposed t interest the Troy hand Lau Covy . E. Waisins is now in charge. Indian River area construction of a fancy Skiff for Earl a Dodge of new York. This boat is one of the prettiest and Best boats of its land Ever built along Hie Waters of the Indian River and is equipped with i.12 horse four Cylinder Kerm Sui engine miss Gertrude Crooks re Lumen to fort Pierce farms from a two weeks stay in fort Pierce where she was employed As a professional nurse in the Home of j. M. Sample 35 years ago miss Veronica Shimonek and pain in Eye crash Cavise a Leen aged Driver distracted by a pain in her Eye an elderly Winter visitor s puzzling Over Why a car ahead of him had stopped under a Green Light and a Motorist charged with running a red Light accounted for a Trio of saturday accidents in fort Pierce. Nobody was reported hurl by investigating of acers. William bid Ridge and Warren Durham but the damage totalled More than Aldridge said Charlesl Cun diff 22, of 1110 Rosedale ave., and Lovie Truelove Sommers 31, 744 fifth place Varo Ari banged their oars to Gether shorty after noon at s. Fourth Street and Citrus ave nue and mrs. Sommers was charged with running the red Light. Durham gave Hostine Ellea Stattel 18, 1340 Seaway dr., a written warning after she told him Eye distracted her to men warily her to hit a parked car of Ned by John m. Harris of.509 Bay rd., on easter a v e n u e near Texas court. And Durham charged Vernon Bari Mccleary 74, of Adel la., staying at causeway trailer court with careless driving after he rammed the rear of a car driven Mac King Phillips 36, of 1410 a 16th St. Durham said Mccleary said he saw mrs.1 Phillips stopped at a Green Light at Avenue d and n. Fourth Street wailing for oncoming traffic o Clear so she could left turn. But Mccleary said he could to Fig ure Why she bad stopped until too late and then his brakes did t Stop him in time on a wet pavement. Changes due in parcel Post postmaster James f. Bridges has announced that effective Jan. 15, two changes will made in parcel Post service. First there Hill be a Genera increase in parcel Post rates be tween zones. Second zones will be deter mined from distances Between the mailing sectional Center and the sectional Center of the addressee. In conjunction with this change since zone charts will be based on sectional Center zip codes should be included in Trio address parcels to facilitate determining postage charges., the Post office department is streamlining Transfer of Par cel Post by zip ode numbers to reduce the in transit and effect earlier delivery of All Par cel said Bridges. The use of zip Codei in the address is necessary to determine rate charges but in turn will Speed delivery of your Florida. The ii Wontor miss Hary Bufter Hoe Flicki left ties noon to motor to Orlando to take Edith Hoe Faith Cathedral school after being with her parents or. And mrs. A l. Be Fliri for the holidays. Elisabeth Shimonek accompanied them and from Orlando 4he party Vrol motor to St. A where she will resume her Gnu dec at St. Joseph facade miss Margaret Ann Getchell of or. And mrs. C. , who has spent the holidays Here left sunday to return to state col lege for women at Tallahassee. Mrs. Fred Miley and Daugh Ter miss Marion of Miami spent the weekend Here As guests of or. And mrs. Ben Brown of St Lucie. Or. And mrs. C. H. Willis of Pittsburgh a. Made a catch of 117 pounds of Snook and Trout monday night fishing from the East causeway Bridge. 25 years ago president Rowe Eli and Sta Slon Churchill meeting in Washington attended Church to Gother before resuming conferences on the Progress of tie War. The Sale of new cars was pro waited by a government order mobilizing the entire american Industry for War Prouo Iiona Only. Yea members of the first Baptist Church in session Mon Day night at the Home of miss Helen Stone their election. Miss Margaret John Bill troubles Hobot refused up 10 miss Coc son was made president to succeed miss Dorothy Tillman and other officers Are vice presi Dent miss Lillian Bryant Secretary miss Catherine Byles treasurer miss Frances Bridges personal service miss Johns program miss Knight. Others present were mrs. Audrey James mrs. Edaa Stout and Dorothy Jean Stone. Jail. Name and address j nearest Ollice for laser Feroico Arl Alfr oppt f up Watn Mot from inca k. I. N. Cottam avt., a homily Tamotu excellent business Opportunity world s largest temporary help service needs manager to open a sub office in Vero Beach it. Pierce area May be operated from Home or present place of split capital required. Call 832-0419, West Palm Fla. St. Lucie county statement of condition december 31, 1966 directors Edwin fort Pierce Florida Robert Terry. Fort Pierce Florida Howard a. Horton Pierce Florida Norman q. Plaits fort Pierce Florida t. J. Mcpartland York n. Y. G. B. Pierce Florida officers Edwin Colean chairman of Board Robert Terry president g. B. vice president Peggy l. President cashier Charles Bloehm vice president Gordon Hayes. Vice president Dorothy r. White. Assistant cashier Dale v. Colean assistant cashier Clara assistant cashier Barbara b. Slay. Assistant cashier Virginia Kromhout. Assistant cashier Betty Lane Hockett. Assistant cashier Frank Trust department a. Roger president Trust officer Gwin Ria d. officer Dorothy b. Long assistant Trust officer Robert e. Poysell or. Assistant Trust officer Kathy Wockley Elaine Raulerson Hulene Stahl Maria Barrow personnel Earr Ima e. Bartlett Gordon Bowie Claire Briggs Sharon Cadenhead Catherine Cantrell Ruby Carlin Judith Cartwright Susan Coker Ruth Coppersmith Blanche Crews Betty Daniels Libbie Dellaveechia Hazel Depietri Loretta Dewson William Donnelly Margaret favorite sue Franklin Karen Francisco Delayne Gilpatrick Mary c. Greer Patricia Haskew Barbara Hatfield Carol Hays Ruth Ann Hazelief Marsha Hefley Wilma Hogan Doris Jones Martha Knowles Eva to Lacroix Vicki Ann l Heureux Phyllis Langston Allen Lattner Regina Leverette Sandra Lewis Sharon Mauren c. Mcclary Charlene Mcdaniels Susan Merritt Dianne o Donnell Laura Pendarvis Louise Peterson Cheryl pretty Nancy Price Linda l. Rhyant Harding Richter Eric Schneider Teresa Smith Lillian Taylor Patricia Todd Evelyn Thomas Cynthia Thompson Dea Tom Liaison Sara Troy Syrelda Vickers Katie Waite James a. Waldron Helen Wetmore Julia Willison Questa Wolf Karen Wright Gertrude Young Sally Zuver Frederick resources Cash and due from Banks Federal funds sold u. S. Government securities o state county and municipal securities other marketable securities Loans and discounts overdrafts banking House furniture and fixtures other assets total liabilities capital surplus undivided profits reserves total capital other liabilities deposits total capital liabilities St. Lucie county Bank with Trust Powers unfailing service since 1908 deposits insured by the Federal Deposit insurance corporation for safety strength service we invite you to Bank with us capital strength we would like to be of service to you

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