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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: January 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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I County Going ForwardEditor's will want to spread the story ot Martin ('ollnl)'. Ida. i B +
I cinatmg' past-and here is how to do it. I
I Get to us immediately a list of addresses to which you yb, I Ir
I Note: Mr. Kiplinger is a nationally known editor and want copies of this 110-Page I H"loricalilion/ sent and we will
I publisher of Washington D. C. Among his publications arc the wrap and mail them anywhere' in the United Stale for a total
I Kiplinger Washington Letter Kiplingcr Florida Letter Changing of :elk! each. Just enclose money or check to cover the number
: Times Magazine and a number of books. He maintains a company you order.
home for his editors and other associates! at Bay Tree Lodge While we have printed around 3,000( )() extras above our usual
I Se\\alls Point and is a participant in many civic movements here. press run, almost half of those have been ordered in advance !so it
I! would be wise! to get your orders in immediately' while there is stilla vy .
By W. M. KIPL1NGER r
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supply! on hand. .
Fourteen years is not exactly an era, but its enough to make In our prior experience an edition of this type is soon exhausted. t '" "ki: : .:
many a family feel attached to a locality as my family and I feel about This edition goes into the background of this urea .... ., .' ,;.,! ..
Stuurt and Martin County. We regard it as our second or deputy in historical depth and extra copies wlil be in demand for 11.1.
many ...Rt'S: lilt 01 J) SII'.KN.: VIIKM.IK: fhattahooehie," photographed from, Tilusville, to Eden, Wavcland, ScwalU Point and Jupiter U
home. Often we feel more Intimate with it than with our big city' years to come for historical references. of large .llUllpwo draft, paddle-wheel steamers which
on the Indian River hack In t IHYS. at the time of the "pine was one many
where we live and work most of the year. We read the Stuart paper Get yours now. All orders filled as long as we have copies the coming of tho railroad to South Florida I
apple boom, when ifused to bring& !settler: und !supplies downriver preceded:
in detail: than the to what's who's on hand
more city paper see going on get _.
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ting married who spoke at what meeting and what the latest political -- -

squabbles,! are. I Total Job Is $357,453 Kntire: Job Should/ lie flt'uly'by Early Fall, States t Crowell
Fourteen years are enough to make a family feel converted from : .
newcomer to old-timer. It., silly but I find myself resenting the new
people and the progress that is being made. I sigh about the good old I Stuart Salerno Now
to
times before the new bridges when you had to drive ten miles to'gct Netto Gets Contract Four-laning ,
to Sewalls Point., and when Osceola Street was the only street where ,
you could run into anyone you wanted to meet. Ah well, the good

old days! On New Carver Scheduled for Completion This March
But what makes this affection for a community? Now Stuart is I HighNetto I
I not the finest metropolis in the world and Martin County is nof exactly I
: the No. 1 paradwfv.So what else, what can It be? Barring further upsets, such as "limits should h* completed b y C. Crowell Vice president of Dick er continuous period stipulated! In
t ; Cq 'ltClIC1km..Comrlla)' the '1964 budget It w o..sn.ed.All ( strikes, non-delivery of essential March I. and the rest of the J.to Job apron '"c., In Stuart,"l/ie/ genera that orlguiuJonfract/ "; ; p.r/
Ii; I think It's the pebpltiSomehow, : th re oar. many fine people in of Vero Beach, will be I '
awarded
the alternates 'left for the "tho section
nutvriuls and bad weather the the city's nOf'thernillllt/ by I contractors! for Martin Cuunty'abig Work on necond ; h
j this community, friendly people, people worth knowing 'Intimately, contracts I
people totalling $357,453 for second contract can be installed/ four-luiiing/ ; of U. S. I from "Port early fall. current road job. right on the dot approximately/
who give you their friendship spontaneously and to whom you the construction of a new addition relatively/ easily before the new Salerno I to the south Stuart city That i in the forecast of Waller/ Discounting( the four-snd-a-hall) 30, per cent completed M 30( percent
give it in return quite naturally. at Carver Gardens Junior-Senior addition opens in September. J months lout between May and !September of contract lime.
Mind you I'm not trying to claim too much not saying that the High School. The new addition will contain 1963, "hvcaiiM of Iho ftc:
people are something special and exalted above others in other places. Martin County Board of EduCation administrative offices "library r Five Species ElilihJc: strike Crowell reports the first
I'm merely saying that In this locality there is the real thing-friendly accepted a low hid o!( home economics room, shop room section/ of the job from the prcs- New on Folk From Th.
$352,828 by the Vero Beach company band room and a gyninuloriuru enl four-lulling at Port Salerno to
Irwin and friendly spirit. A asset imponderable and unmeasur-
people great 1 1f presently/ building the new with a Itage.High/ ho south city I limits, 75 cent
Is per
standards, but be savored and treasured. Rivers
able by ordinary something to Martin Tourney J
County High School then omplcto/ today', with only 66 percent RamblingReporter
f What kinds of people? Many kinds, so I have found by experience. added $4,625 for air conditioning of contract time expired In ]
I Money-rich people, worthwhile regardless of their money-richness. for the school, at a special meeting School spite! of ut least two periods ol
. Waitre. es. Store-keepers who have richness of personal life beyond Tuesday afternoon. heavy rain since October, I
J their store-keeping Johs. Real estate men, for they are the promoters The first contract will be for Set January 1819"I The tirst section/ has suhstun- I V
more than just real estate men. The driver of the refuse" truck colored $324.64 and is expected to be DedicationSet ally reached Ihe Mage where the
a genuine gentleman. The bartender who is more a philosopher thana signed next week. The second base of the new west lime i s ,
bartender The clerk in the variety store who has a masters' degree, contract for $32,889 will be signed The second annual Riven. Tour. I and check-in points at the Fishn- .minified; the gutters and curbs Oil) IIOMKSfEAl GRANT
The after that amount becomes avail Feb. 9 anicnt 0 f Stuart Sailfish Club I| hot Port Salerno; Stuart Tackle and of AT t'HAMBKK OFFICE
and who wants to climb into higher teaching. The carpenter. arc in one course paving
able the school in the will be fished in the St. Lucie and J and Marine Frazier Creek; and
the to next has been iipplicd. However, before The historic' f first I t homcittfad
with little who intends to use that money for '
widow a money budget to be made at the end Indian Rivers and their tnhiitarc the Port SI. Lucia Country ( Iub
up he President Benjamin/ Harrison
these' operations could carried grant by -
The Chinese farmer known better in New Thomas D. Bailey, Male super
of the community
benefit of the fiscal year on June 30. on Saturday und Sunday Ian, dock on the North Fork. much work hud to Hubert W. Busney, Stu
in Martin County, Thal'lutt/ a sampling of the people Iant ntendent of public instruction: will fish. checked in out preparatory ,
York than The first contract will not include 18 and 19, according to William All must be by lu be done, which now art's first settler and a land patent
talking about the people who make the community worthwhile. : such alternate items as pavIng be the principal !speaker! at dcdica- O. Simpkin president of the club, 4:30: p.m. each day. escapesthe from President! Chester A Arthur -
You can't draw any sharp line between people, and business, and I industrial arts equipment, ion Feb.ceremonies 9, at the new at 3 Martin p.m., Sunday County, Snook spotted sea trout bluefish I I Prices for each category: are Included eye. in this category lire: to Bessey are on display at
industry,, and jobs and area development and money values and the hardware, music equipment i con High School shecpshead and weakfish un- ,, $25 gift certificate, lirsls; $10 caring (>If land for Ihe new lanes; Stuart Chamber of Commerce Pf-
economic and size of the community, and the wealth that is to be crete walks, bleachers, it sign: light I I ly will he eligible& for moot of the gilt certificates seconds, but there rOllllh grading; burrowing and flee Also from the Betsey periodare
and lamps, and stucco for the I Confirmation of the date was prim, the one exception being the will he no second prize In the
made in this area in future years by persons-local and persons-coming- I filling where necessary to make i photos of H W. Bossy, PresIdent -
received from <
Bailey
I Wednesday for the heaviest fish one heaviest fish
special prize category.
building.The Grover Cleveland and
of George
the W level
mention these matters simply because I have the reputation of grade up ; blending
in. I second contract will reinstate according to Thomas L. Crook, : night of any species! except shark Entry fees are $) per angler
high-bearing material with the top W. Perkins. The park west of the
make it clear thatI &
"economic observer. Yes, but I want to
being an these items, the air superintendent of Martin Countyschools. and and $2- per boat and the fee includes
plus con ray. ,welve Inches of land; laboratory chamber, known as Shepard Park
put people ahead of economic development. They come first. Theyare ditioning.The I Fishing will h. by rod and reel ''I a free wiener roast at Sand- cult for stability'; !preparation of I was acquired by the city from the
the foundation. So this friendliness of which 1 speak is not just board had to award two ,I The public Is Invited to the ceremonies only one rod for each angler 1 he sprit! Park ut about 5:30: p.m. on h-buse' to receive limcrock: base; William H. Shepard estate, by
sentimental it', economic, too contracts for the school after the Crook laid. longest fish in each of the above Jan 19.Fish compaction of base' and surfacing I which it was owned from 1923to
bid went above the $326,000 budgeted The new Martin County High categories. takes the prize I caught during this tournament with .asphalt!! Also! hidden on thefirst 1950 It was successively: owned
A FEW: OF THE GREAT FORCES HERE: this year for the school.: III School is scheduled to open dur Iho tournament will start at 8a.m are also eligible for prices section are about one mile by Bcmcy, Perkins and Shepard
will have the necessary $32,889 ing semester vacation or about each day and end at 4 pin i in the Stuart Sailfish. Club's win drain installed
cover only the past fourteen since I have been a of storm already ; w
Let me years
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coming into the building fund in I Jan 17. and there will be official starting ter tournament. catch basins inlets and two'
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part of this community. ... A SIUART PIONEER: NOW
--- - -- --- -------- unholes. All Ihe standards
rigid
The bridges to the ocean which were due largely to Evans Crary. IN WASHING I ON, I).. C.
The Elliott Museum, a very great asset! more in the future than Tells of Drive from Michigan 49 Years Ago fluent quired inspectors by: State have Road been Depart.met. If any of you Stuart old-timen

lit present. Its far-sighted donor, Harmon P. Elliott. A new surface will 'be put onthe would like to Correspond! with a
The library und the Woman Club which have made a new heart old' east lanes, an well. as a real! pioneer of this area we suggest

for the community.The / Brave Soul Tour Here /1915Mrs. finishing course on the wet lanes dropping a note to Mrs. Clara
James Rand) enterprise on the 1 island, which will be appreciated / Took to in except for a 3,( (>0-foot stretch typmann., 1701 R. St.. N.W..
more in the future than in the past. from the south city limit north Washington, D. C. Mrs.. Scypmuna
The Frances Langford-Ralph Evinrude team of personalities who here a new bed is also requiredfor has been an Invalid fortthe last two
done wonders Hugh Whit more, the former the place in Palm City where my could hardly believe I h e "You probably know that I In Ihe east lane : yean after breaking a hip. She is
, together ha\e Famel, who hat the push behind Indiantown. Velma Lamb now at Belle I grandfather, Oeora Uimb's house changes 1 saw in this area the fine 1915 there was only the railroad Work on the second section he: widow of Henry Slypmann
R.
Mrs. Y. put Haven Trailer Pork Clearwater, used to be when I lived in it in roads, bridges, businesses: and bridge across the river. We had frolll the south city limits through i first cousin of C. C. Schroeder
General Development, which I is puhingOtJlh through St. Lucie revisited Stuart on Jan. 2, "10 see 1915 at the age of fourteen..Jl'W" I homes," she said. to drive on to a flat barge which the north limits is also well under who came here in 1890 and! wan
County to the north, making millions for Martin County of the future. --- -- --- --- .---.. ..-- was pulled by a moiorboat la cross way. Two and one-hatf miles of Clara Bailey an early school: teacher
Bill Ambler who has shown what can be done to make beautiful '''''' -- Ihe river la Stuart. Then in Stuart dorm' drains are in, as well at when she married Z him. They
parks in Stuart. '." ;;'p"l"----" ', 'aF : we had J to take a ferry to Palm eighty inlets und twenty-seven man- haul two ions, Charles and Alfred,
The list! could go on and on, naming Historical. Society spark ,N/J;: : <. 1t ;: \,. :.4. I City, leaving our car in town. hole. Frazier Creek Bridge/ west anti moved to. West Palm Beach
t civically Inspired people like C. O. Raincy who put across the !. '' e. ", "It took us three weeks on I !lanes are well toward! completion where Henry pasnexj en in 1914,
drive plugs that resulted! In the new Martin Memorial Hospital not a few { "1.. ,.. :' ,j 1" f ,,V l' ", :,. ,.. I road to come down from Ih'l and Crowell will keep his promiseof Mrs. Stypnunn ran a hotel for
hundreds, too many to list You know them; recognize them. '" .. ".". gan Every few rules. In closing U. S. I for only a fw many years J in West Palm Beach.
scores ,. ..;J'.Ji had tolls at time (less. than
from which everyone benefits. : and Tennessee we to pay days a twenty -ftBIGCISI .
They Flowers do things as a big industry, growing bigger all the time. ;.,. ',. t<. (' ... /1" to had go to over ford very creeks poor and roads.small rivers We. In all), instead of for a much long- PIC'IURK: WAS

And of course Minute Maid now developing the world's largest !.. .JrJ:J\,',' I and just didn't drive at all it SCHOOL KID* IN'2:

citrus grove in western" Martin County. ..... .A .. t '+ fi4S9 | it rained Twisting A picture that we regret thai sew
The county newspaper, The Stuart News, which tin together the 'I y ;; '. .... J' "4' '"ace "When we reaches! the moun- Dfale were tumble to print in this his.
and extend far throughout the United States. W. (/ : Yf.' t is I
whole community 1 we pay 31 I to go upI JACK JAMES: toncul edition was a panoramic .
don't half begin to appreciate the prodigious service but it brings us N '.s I;lone: \: ''h e.tJr:1I IIh $1. to KI.IMU" rosvnor *j (Continued on Page 2-A) I
r all together in way in which no other force could. I go down it. Las of times, we aull j
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1 behind the car When a community i ilt started
WHERE: DO WE STAND NOW :tllea"ilhe La l Week's Weather
., v. drove I .remember a good newspaper can play a most

As IIC. it. there are two waves of development, one coming down r' ,\.. ; :: ", }t ''we one nude day in''Only the mountain thirty-five* in miles.which I important part in both its development morally, Teln'lu: I ,:.':Hrek: :1 Lew:..: "aJ"'aUi :,0as .esJau ,

from the north, one coming up from the south, Stuart and Martin 1Jl" \; and. mechanical i .aa '/
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Lake ,
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I, County in between, in the middle, about to feel tho effects of the two ," ,' .F, 1 r we had to drive through deep, ?7 1solamkin.' I a. t .....it tt a" .01 tinAvCraaa
waves. This is why I think the area faces: a good future-in the next J 1: \ i sandy road for fifty mile in low tit proud of having flail . io .I

6 ten to twenty years. This i I. why I have put my own money and my i '.. ..';t; I gear. How happy we were to hit V u a little cor 1.'I1..r.lu for Meekt
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friends' money into Martin County :- that old. narrow brick road called ncr in a paper
I 1 You already know what the area has, but 111 tell you an'way.1 I I ..'. ., "Ihe" Dixie Highway'!' { : that hat been AM Hlek, Wahr P.M. Low A.ai.Wata P.f(
. to remind : -_ J..iIoo<- -.... .. I Happy memories are the group honored with so ln a P;1 1:11: 11'111 1" ;'I'

l'' just! A lot of water you a lot of waterfront, more than any other comparable "WHAT WILL NEXT WEEK'S LOOK LIKEr asked Ken Young Gve-and.-huU months as she '''at i picnic the old we all pavilion used to on enjoy the ocean down I'. award many, and fine to Jan: ,: It U .: .: I.a...1 :/.al::41 11 11.51 11:41Jan :Sf ln'aJe. U itJams. t

1.r' community on the East Coast Easy access to the ocean. Easy I and her mother Hazel (Mrs. Jim) Young of Coral Gardens, peruse .List week's edition of The Stuart \beach near the inl 1." live In the best year-around county Ii : n : : 1f.1.': n a: lif; 1'i1:
J access: across the state by the canal Land prices lower than in many Newt while waiting for Keri's brother Jimmy, to pick up his papers for .dialtibu Ul1. Well, (Continued on Pap 3-A) Ken know; Ira a whopper, 119( pages! I Ig all old-timen. Sunday.) lw all. Pi ode 11 ...., tit sea I*



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FRANCES LANGFCRD'S; < -.,. c xliisarnrrtalsaw Lunchrooms and snack bars. will

I You May Register, I MORE ABOUT I New Survey of School Building Needs prrfably be mif ieMed( for all county -
schoosl! that do not now have |
: them including a cafeteria .1 o t
rRIGGEROU During January, I RamblingContinued Martin County High School and

a/ RESTAURANT j Says Supervisor ( From Page I I.A) Is Expected to Start Here on Jan. 20 Carver School Gardens Junior-Senior H'gh

The school administration i I"al'lO
LUNCHES !Monday thru I'rlday12'TIL 2 P.M.DINNFRS '
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rana kicking around" the idea ot
Materials for voter registration i I The continuing problem of increasing Senior High School addition ex- the south county line. plus .. ddi moving its general school officesto
7 Week 5 TO JO .M. view almost thirty inches long
Day a P
school
enrollment and pected to be the time tional classrooms Port Salerno
completed by at H
are In the voting precincts for the child in S t u art the old Martin County gh
showing every what to do about it will school In and Hobe Sound I t
occupy open September elementary School\hen that building is vacated -
convenience of voter through school in 1926 It i is a priced poisession ,I the Martin
For Reservation Phone 287-4040 January according to Mrs lola of Mrs Harris Lowery Sr.. I school thoughts officials of County Although school officials do schools by students The board
in the immediate I not know what the Parker would hesitate to the older
retired veteran .hool! tsttcher It now exactly Currently Elementary give up
Where the Stars Meet Blukeslee. supervisor of regi lra- showed some KM) kids. all of them days ahcaJ Mate will suggest they do in the School:: is tilled und it dots not building for fear that hy the lime
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1 on. grown up now and we figured A survey of the needs of the survey they do know thair own have available land for additionat the current grades one through\

----- -- .__ ___ ____ New voten may register with and figured but there was just not Martin County school; system from future needs. based on the pro clissrooms Some arrangementwill reach the junior high school level
h the following: any way we could get it on .our 1964 through I96< will get under jected enrollment d 6000)()) students I undoubtedly be suggested to there may he a need for even
Precinct I I. Jensen Bach. MM engraving machine. way Jan 20 under the directionof by 1969. They will no doubt alleviate potential Parker crowding more school room
Arnold Tuuhe; Precinct 2. Stuart '" the State Department of Education have suggestions to make to the "The school system is in good
north of Roosevelt Bridge Mrs Illf: IFUIRID: according lo Thomas I IC L. survey team that will in turn past Extra classrooms lire also expected shape now" Crook said "I I doubt
Freddie I Crawford ihnma Terrace I\DIANION: I RODEO rook. superintendent on the suggestions in its survey to be recommended by the there will be a recommendation
: Precinct 3. West Sluiirl. Mrs Indiantown hit "the time"In The school hoard asked the de. The survey probably\ill sug state ot| Booker Dunbar, and Carver hy the state to do much buildingthis
Myrtle Dyer lit Over Dry Goods. tire big partmcnt for the survey since the gent the board at least purchasea Gardens schools. year. But the survey will be
the Jan. :t of
We t Ocean Boulevard( find AlA: with issue magazine board has completed or i is about school building site, during the Another big item will' probablyhe good through 1969 so hy 1969
Precinct 4, fast t Smart Fred Hancock a paragraph, on its 1 ife I to complete. nil of the building next year In an area north of Stuart a recommendation that War there may be several buildings
(nude which f"turenu.
's news stand on West Osce page recommended in u survey t takenin on which eventually to build field School at Indiantown Increase suggested for construction I think

I ola Street: Precinct *: no worker: lionil entertainment events Said I960 I on elementary school, The school its facilities for the addition a few added classrooms will tik.:
I life
a Precinct fi. Palm City. home of : Indiantown ,Picked performers I The survey will be under the would !serve the general areas of of junior IJiedht classes, care of our building program in
Mrs. Tony Henrv: Precinct 7. Port from the U. S Canada and direction of James R Dung: North River Shores, the northwest War field add ad- W,4"
Mexico have been invited to com who is in charge of school I section the Rio and home economics
Silcrno Mrs T. O Smith at stir- of county, ence shop --
Smiths Grocery pete 'in the annual Circle T Rodeo veys for the State Department of I and the Jensen Cut-off Road area. I classrooms to hecome a j junior i FAIR ASSOCIATION MEFFSAt .
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Precinct 8. hobo Sound Mn 22 23 The town on the Education I At the present time. Jensen high school its meeting on Monday evening -
banks of the St 1 ucie has
Canal It is expected the survey will Beach Elementary School i I I Before 1969 no doubt there Fair
l' Jean D\kes: Precinct 9. Indian / Jan. 6. Martin County
town. Mrs William Cavney at a fine marina for yachtsmen at. indicate the need for addition crowded. and the tile' doei not I will need to be an addition to then I Association auihori7cd the tran -
tending the rodeo-and good pole schools l classroomsand lend itself the of w Martin County High School
her home: Precinct I II I, Stuart. Little ( elementary i to construction ferral of $1.000( from its savings
Dixie. Mrs Rebecca Hammonds fishing I other facilities, but there will additional classrooms. since the that was designed to lend itselfto account in the First National Bank
GOURMET at H.immond's Dry Cleaners: Pre- (r probably be no suggestion!! for any I stile: permits only a certain pan additional building as needed. of f Sluart to its checking account
mit 12. Indiantown. Mrs Robert NEWT (HASF HAS WORNA large building program nnnler to : of school property to he built on. The high school will probably to pay outstanding hills. including
BUFFET McPherson at her home; Precinct BADGE llll: LONGEST: the new Martin, County High i I Also expected to be suggestedin need additional vocational home S il I,550( owed L and H Construe:
1 13, Booker Park Mrs Mary N F (Newt) Chase' of 614 I School soon lo hin operation the survey is the purchase of a economics and music classrooms, tins Company for the reecntlv
SUNDAY 6 TO 8 P.M. Ellen Favors at her home: Precinct Stypmann Boulevard Stuart has and the Carver Gardens Junior site for an elementary school near as well as a cafeteria.Bert' completed livestock building

4. Ocean Breeze Pmt Mri "worn a law enforcement badge -- -- ----- -- -- --- A letter of thinks was written
the longest of any citircn of 10 Fredrick S. Jr for
for Gladys Mcl.ariy at her home Mosclcy
reMirritfom nil
your dining tin County we could find. ( the
Mar'j l removing fencing Russell Wil-
room Fosters, Hnlrni, it FN1RUS: SLAW FOR who came here in 1 1913. Babcock First Sheriff ev director of the a association was
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HOward J-6064 AT ride 7-4400 RIVERS: TOURNAMENTEntries deputy budge under Sheriff thanked for his assistance i in oh-
Baker< of Palm Beach County In taming the fence
are lugging In the Swart the John Ashley hunt; aa Stuart. I Mrs Alice Reynolds. horticultural -
: .itc Sailfish Club Riven Tournanent motorcycle patrolman he led (the I Appointed by Governor Martin chairman of the Jensen Beach
scheduled and
Saturday county formation parade in January I I Garden Club has agreed to take
Sunday. Jan. 18 19, in which $200
1927 served sheriff
: as deputy I j charge of the horticultural exhibit
In prizes will he shared for snook under Babcock. McGee Chris
& I B H Bibcock. better knownI at the fair this year
eland unGr
spotted lea trout bluefish
nhecps- and Hancock, and
now
head and weakfish caught from tensen I Rert." was Mirtin County I It was reported hy Secretary I L
wean a security officers badge at M. Johnson that U. S.
first ,sheriff appointed h Governor a Navy ex
boats In the two day Check >
On. U S 1, Irlu'tn. Stuart end Fort Pttrr any tackle. More for entry blanks! at. the Gmmm plant Stuart airport I John W, Marlin shortly lifter the hibit will be at the lair in March
---- -_ county was formed in 1925 --
rr"RC'Y IUGJ: R\N SCIIOOlKOlli k A twenty-nine-foot ground ef-
I Bahcock to Stuart in the
I 1ROPICAL I\RMS: came -P fect machine (lair supported), designed
THE SPARE ROOM fall of 1912 operating the only
Presents particularly for sea rescue
Percy Fugc/ who slill lives in blacksmith shop in the area also ? i'
also ,
work travel
can over rough
the family home on the South
iron work He did
AN ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM fork with his sister i Alfreda Ho much doing of special the iron work in the first s ground and climb a 40 per cent

GINNING FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 1964 'lirth. operated the first school highway bridge over the St. Lucic. grade
Hint into town from that area
; Continuous Entertainment for Dancing around 1910. It would pick up thekids I He was the towni first fire IIOBE SOUND IIOMI
your chief when the fire
wagon was .. I
at the old imape I Landing. I F' 5.1
: and Listening Pleasure I bring back a load of pineapple i idipt I I hand automobile drawn fire and truck built from the first q rl t .. I.I'.u... ,.h....IInm.)
parts I Iwarnorn.. 2 act. h
return for the scholars that
: of wrecked tar to.dllo..e1'rl.e .
BANDS- autos ( >mb I/"tee-
2 afternoon. Percy recalls that "mule In'I. F'st'.d1. Hoe
He operated a and bus alSatNI,11tl 1 :
power was farm power buck then I I garage .
Featuring Jerry Malone & Maggie He helped build the first bridge stop in a metal building for many 1'.11 ll.he Arhn.a.t r.n.a .Ite.lly.....
then in 1920 built what waiknown
across the South Fork on what is years
: OPEN EVERY NIGHT (except Monday) now State Road 76 back in 1911 I ns the flat t-iron building,
0(ftRFSIRVA11ONS I now Rowell Furniture Store wherehe
NO IACREASF IN PRICES-fit I. & SAT. NIGHT ONLY:' $1.00 ADM. had the Hudson and Essex dealership
: IIFAVYMR AUCTIONFVFRY
He trained the Home Guard
CORAL GARDEN LANES FAC.Ub eighty rewrvations DINNF.RSome hive here during World War 1 I. He is
survived Mrs. Russell
been received for the Izaak Walton by a daughter n OArRIIUY

S. FFDERAL: IIWY. PHIL NEWMAN, MGR. DIAL 287.5343 i League ann ml dinner) and Wiley St. Lucie Boulevard I :IOU P.\t.'!

-- -- __ Moo_ __ __ __ ___ __ installation of officers !net for Marion The county's McGee second who sheriff succeeded was
; 7:30: p.m. Saturday nt the Yacht
Club Restaurant Port Salerno. Babcock at the first election In 9d GA Storage
William H. Mellor Lee County 1927 hell the office until defeat.
Conservation' Association head ed by C C. Riley Christensen, pioneer WarehouseA1A ,
ANNUAL INVENTORY SALE hardware merchant 1932, e s
in
will speak on legal means ,of slopping '
submerged land sales. Christensen was succeeded by G
fr! M (Dick) Hancock longtime I SHERIFF B. IL 'BtRV: BABCOCK GOLDEN GATE ,

. BIG DADDY CARGIIL deputy who held it until 1954. -
IS UUI1I CFNIIK: CALLER: Roy C. Baker incumbent [is Afar -

: STARTING THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, LIMITED ON RIIJAY, MN 10 tin County's fifth sheriff of Sports Jan 19, 'A Florida !
. -- River and Its Wildlife;' and "Kin. S, BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30
The Stuart Hi Stepper* Square
Quantities of Branded lines offered at reduced prices! Historical Society sale;" Jan. 26 "This is America" IhIJ
: drastically Dance Club will have as guest t / IIIIIIu FEATURE TIME 7:00
Feb 2
(Great Lakes Navigation); ,
caller Jan 10, Jim
Friday night
, Film Program 'Indiantown. Florida" and "Sea J Continuous 1:IS Sat, Sun. )
. (Rig Daddy) Cargill of Sewcll, N J.
For Her For Him Cargill i is a professional square StaitsJan.12 Turtles of Florida"The Wednesday thru SaturdayWHO'S
dance caller and is slopping off motion pictures are presented
, at the Youth Center In Stuart on The Martin County Historical under the direction of E,
BLOUSESSWEATERS SPORT SHIRTS his way to engagements in Fort Society will present a series of W Dutton curator of the museum
Lauderdale and Miami Dancing films at the Elliott Museum on film library. The films are free the I
DRESS SIIIRTS will begin at 8 p.m., and anyone Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. for the for all members of the historical store ;
Interested m square dan ina II next four weeks society; and there is no extra charge a -aJERRYLEPIJS
cordially invited to attend The schedule includes: Jm. 12, to the general public other than >
: SKIRTS SWEATERS 'Sailfish Tourney" and _"Paradise the regular museum admission fee '

MORATORIUM ANNOUNCED ,
SHORTS SPORT COATS ON:' LIBRARY BOOKS

' Martin County Public !library BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:00:
ZIPPER JACKETS HIS & I HERS wishes you a Hippy New Year taArt rtve tn
and announces a moratorium on 'r".n K. SHOWTIME 6:30

fines on overdue books. Beginning
) Jan 8. and continuing
Wednesday
HIS & HERS SPORTSWEAR through Wednesday Jan J 15, all Friday Saturday, Sunday
fines will be cancelled on books milE Sf9EEN\\lUTV\KESAttOMAN\ ...AVPHHAf' BREAKS IIERI! a

that are overdue and no questionswill
be asked Patrons of the library MINDING IfcESlDK ,; -
961 S. Federal I Iwy. (next to A&P) Plenty of Parking Space are asked to look through ,a W1% ,
their own books and sec if they ? "

OPEN FRIDAYS THL 9 PM. have forgotten some lihrary books
I.et'a begin the New Year with
I all overdue books returned IIUST.JONN RAYWdISTON'J NMCGNER AENES MOOREH

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I J THE STUART (HorMa) MHS: Thurwlin.. January 9. 1964 3-A
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J I "palters only made S3 an hour and had to work (forty hour' a week '
Kiplinger Sees the Area Future Bright k was mOldy wood and ranches" and 'just a narrow .....nc hiihwiy Hospital Women s Auxiliary I

between. "hew and Imtottown . Then were only two high school E

and anN four band in I the whole county Hears Committee
(Continued front Page I ) much for small community Fort Pierce is the .bfHttl. point, .inJ the But dont alum on being believed By that tune there will he so Reports

other areas that are comparable Proximity to the north proximity fall-down of the first effort there does not\ mean that it will not he much growth uh ,ineement md ehungc that peopk' will doubt your I
the urrecled by sometime The Womans Auvilnn of Mir iliary lo man the switchhoird it
to south someone
A interior I vurm I
pioneer area as represented by InJiantown
tin Memorial nal Mon- the hospital leaving it .1 t volunt-m
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Soil newly discovered as rich for citrus A great boon in citrus lands Old folks' homes will become a new industry and the Stuart al'lais I dnv.l t \; service for members qualified for
a half hour from Stuart and the ocean. a perfect location Not for poor old folk. fait for the aging or aged P'd.ral..IM Song/if for .JOO.ar'c) } Project room of rim;; National Bunk with:: the tusk Voted i xi. was a 111 .

A whale of a lot of undeveloped ocean front-nt Stuart, north who are pretty well able to pay their own way I _-...----..._._._.------. .--....--. five member, pmenl to buy a new f file for twa!
from Stuart to Fort Pierce, south from Stuart to Palm Beach. This I s Co-operative apartment, rather than single houses will break Mrs G. J. Snyder. awards chair- names, the present one bet
the areas greatest sleeper, about to come awake big They cost less per unit both on construction and! on maintenance- mnn announced (hit. during OL. mle''iiMt4| for the number

Back to water emphasize water You'd think that Florida has They \\illlICrve the multitude of "people who would like lo hqve a homein : Engineers Start Survey : oemhcr hours. hid u total been ot' IIMH volunteer She also tienls Mrs. Thonm Thurlnw pro )

plenty of water perhaps too much. Yes and No. It's water in relation Florida but who cant afford either the money or the bother ol nwiirdid' medallions I given, chairman introduced Mr
cips or pint I
to adjoining land that counts Martin County has more, by this relationship individual domiciles. ', for hours ol work: to the following Otto president ol the wxiliarv. "..f\
than most other communities This is not puffer stuff this Martin County will kick up steam in the next few years. and go On 40,000-acre DealAn : Mrs. John )J. Hirt Mrs ) W her report on the November eottoC.: ....
i is not 'Chamber of Commerce talk." I merely sit it forth calmly on a gradual and irregular rise! for the next decade or two' This is not i iI Van "Kirk. Mrs. Jessie "Kmnie. Mrs. vcnlion of the State; Auxiliary A'soclntion ,".\
as a fact. based! on any particular merits of Marlin County. It is based! on the i Cierildme Brooks Mrs. Gerald In Orlando ;
prospects of Florida as a whole. And the prospects" of Florida are: I ,',on''IICcndll! ratio" large citrus p"'e'l"nl1'1,1111/ to he I 1I.I kll1', Mrs "Kiittmn "Kelly. Mrs. Mrs Ihurlow also; Intend 'r';,"
THINGS: I \\ ISII FOR M. I I'. Nelson Mrs. Glen (unler. Mrs Isabel Taylor. new pl.lIem: ;a .
based on the outlook for the economy of Ihe whole United Slates \uruw.is 1 begun in 'ulh-cnllill limit in M,ulin I ounty 01 north I
You cannot blame me for wishing certain things or for saying especially of the East, from which" Honda draws Us !people- and! Us Martin ("ountv fuesduy i b> the I Palm; Beach:: ( ounly: I he local: ion and Mrs. Margaret" lleekkrMrs talk chairman on: the who opportunity gave an member inspiring '.'(?":.
Army t' ol hi thefirst ot (the plant remains I unccrtam l until I Heavier. membership ehiirmm '
I ne'e rs is
and business orps pi
to regardless of whether they get me into trouble with any of you money It won't /he a boom; (That word has come to be have to serve the ht"'l'ltallind t the : '
; t tin complete and 1 .1 I announced (hit the .1 ISSIH.IIlion -
or not So here arc some of the things I wish for: a nasty word, a twin word in "boom and bust')) But it VMII) I I. be along step ol .1 i drainageIrrigationprogram project is hits 141 public and offered main concrete \
for some 4IHHH) acres of study has been I made active 1111.1enll'\
period of rather consistent growth, more healthy and solid suggestions' for improving the
County commissioners who wouldn't squabble so much about -- -- --- six isvKiite' memlurs New UK'in-
trivial matters, who would see ahead ten or twenty years Let me lay than in the pai>t. landAn economic benefit risks mites I hen> announced were Mrs tlirn service.
that this local habit has cost the community a lot of money, for it !has WillIe have another "spoculilive "boom?" \\ell I don I know benefits derived by property Ii i $$14-000 Check to Hendetli Mrs R..hcrt.d.. and
scared off developers I know what 1 am talking about, for I have I've teen four booms in Florida One was about nt the beginning of owners, as against the cost of the Mrs Clifford Dillir n 0\\ f'R ORCWFRS MEET
talked with them. I know that they have transferred their money and! this century when my older rel;itlves joined" the romaniic trek to I'lor- projex.1 I Each of Counties It wasoted' to accept I the re IIIl'RIJHS.. 9
their talents to the "more advanced" area, and we have lost thl.'m- Ida the land! of unlimited operttion'l.tnd slowly lost (heir shirts One The Flood Control District in. I commendation of I the eie-euiive'' A meeting of flower growers
temporarily. was the boom of the Twenties which WAS out of this world. It left dicatcJ this work that the dram board to give $1(100( toward the I' \\.iha\\ held at the utrieultural( i I
wrecks and It also itched mlllioniires of one< and irrigation project) in that I Side Comptroller Ray T. Cirtin hospitil building hind, us par! ol building on Ihursdiy. Jan 9 at
be
Better school system Our system is pretty good but not good today (or to more I'ccur- lre.1 1an immedi need and said Jacks for $14000) from the Ihe 19114 portion of the $10.000 710: pm to accept bylaws and
enough. People who come to Florida expecting to settle here are ate of Ihe recent yesterday). folks of limited means who bought up ol high i and it will meet race truck lax lund wire nuilid. pledge m.id? h) the auxiliary ins nuke final orginn/itional plays
interested very largely in schools for their children. This it human. land for Ihe unpaid taxes. and reaped millions Then there was. the with Martin priority County Commissionhiiimm on Jan 7 to each ol UK sixty. ,I | > ,\,, Two Ih'II"'ln.11.II.lr'l of for the Martin County Flower
It is also business and Investment Property values are not the only war boom of Ihe Forties. which happened elsewhere too and is not (' I rinkiichn. Ingmeer! seven counties this was: pail' in I II") \ The' present drovers Association. Inc All
values, but throughout the United States today the rise in property peculiar to Florida Then there was the boom of the fifties, in which Fred Dell and rCI'r-'il'nl.llhe8- of 1 he comptroller slid 1 the. 1'-) money collies 'tram the silt Shop Mower growers are urged to attend\ ,
values is often parallel to the rise in quality of the local schools. speculative land prices went too high b istd. upon the myth thui they!' Palm Reach County us soon 01d I mull topped list )'ellrfor 1 the which under the direction ol, its
would keep on going up forever. It didn I lend to a bust but it did date can be urraninxl SIIIK pi nod] by Suit>. late lolilpiMiienl I chnrman Mrs I I Bloom\ hiss, An Industrial circuit, breaker a
Water to Hutchmson Island Now on its but push must be each IhllI I In i
way to
counts
,1I.'ad lo The ,, prospered' siny high vacuum is aster and
a pause pause is now Federal aid is to he sought for
kept behind it. The ocean front is not good for much of anythingall this liicil cur is fMIOOO( ) un m, II win also I voted to" (give up the longer listing thin those
the di usingoil
by uself; It must have water When that becomes a fact instead As for Ihe future I'd say this: People ought! to get over the i idea I last un week ige/ imitation il w reported proieel Martin crease ol 1>7.IHHI< ) over I list your formed responsibility\ tlu .nix- or gums.
of a tentative plan, we shall have a boom in oceanfront and the boon that! they can make easy money by speculating in I land which County would ask for .1 i ilmn
will be communicated to the interior is the one thing that Florida his a plenty of. Rut they dont They age and imguiion project.: in a gen-
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Roads in the Interior toward Okeechobee. Not just t one or two like lo g imhlt'. They go in droves to 1 is Vegas. So-I suspect thaI eril; area bounded on the north
east'and-west routes, but some criss-crossing! It's a rich empire there the fever will lift its ugly held in Florid i once again, that the temperature I by Stile Road 7f>; on the rust I Ii hv
toward Indiantown and we of the ocean side should pay more attention will run a degree or two higher thin normal and that I land will I the Sunshine:: i:: St,ite; Parkway: ; on
to it. Also the ranchers and growers should cease their indiffer- be exchanged from hand to hand like nobody business I don t advocute i the west by)' the Seaboard Air I Ilnll
ences to the ocean strip Including Stuurt Silly on both sides, and this I don't wish it, but I suspect it. When Oh starling in u Rulroid and on the south by the
few I Miilinl'ilm. Beach counties line.
very short-sighted. Our prosperity is very mutual year
A considvrible- number" of
Small industries And, bear in mind, we are lo have inflation I acres
yes, so as to make jobs, but there's an going in this conn Il't' I land in north Palm Reach ('oun-
a"fullot of hokum in expecting small industries to be the salvation try a gradual creeping inflation that will make the dollar worth less. i tv would alas be made usable by
of a community such as ours Thousands of other communities over land and other tangible things worth more. I quiiies. too the projetl!
the whole country are talking. the same line as if it were a local line The Caribbean will sap from Florid. already is doing so. But The cunil I proposed I list I week
i and not anything else The point is this: We shall get new industries, his has its bright! side for Florida, too I because the more peoples( at. I (Mirtin; County; Canil ii l; wouldrun
but only when the circumstances fit together Meanwhile we should tension i is drawn to the warm lands of the south the more they will be I east-west along the county
not forget that the value of this community lies in its. ability to providea interested in Florida. Besides. lots of people. prefer iho USA to for \ line from the 1 oxuhutchee River.
good place to LIVE. And people who might be called livers," sign i. lands' Its the old sentiment of home;' one of the deepest of allsentrmcnu. ,lo Ihe vicinity of the PrattNhil
make buwnessr! -retail business and service buinesIt takes four I rev Koid .
"servicers" to attend to one liver" One final prediction a perfectly safe one: You who rend this \ clotted Two in other this cimals extensive arc reel now

More water (in pipes ) and more sewers We won't be a grown-up| historical special! edition of The Stuart News, and the ,stories of the lion program They arc Canal In-I

., community until we get them Sure, they cost! money but from decade early pioneers hereabouts, well you will noon be looking back to those I j I which would run north-south t d
to decade we make more money on the average of all of us. and we old days of 1964, and then you will see that you arc pioneering now I Canal along Ihe Trait & SIi
demand higher standards of living and are able to pay for them Luxuries You'll be saying, "I I remember hen. there were only 22.000() ) people I Road to the St I Ilicie Canal\ : and I
become necessities Water and sewers are necessities. in all Martin County. Stuart was a ,small town where everybody' knew Canil 7, which would run north
More spots for public recreation, and free to all comers, owned each other; we were just one big family You had to drive ill the Iron Canal piirullel with the Sunshine -.
and maintained by public authorities either towns or the county Public way around by Palm Cityto get across the North Fork It look : State Parkway to the St I.u

parks with benches in them Picnic spots Camping grounds, like us an hour to drive to West Palm Bench There wnsn't .i kindle I ell ('until.fhe his reported it will
county
popular Sandsprit Park on Manatee Pocket near the Fishnhol A accommodation on the ocean beach where all those fine motels and iccelerate work on Ihe Prntl &.
i youth center Playgrounds! But how can the community afford them? resorts are today Of course things were cheap back, thin\ ; choieu \ Whitney Koad

J say the community cannot afford not to have them-for the sake .1 round_. _.. steak__ __ _sold_n for_._only_ 98_ ___cents a pound but wages were low cur Also planned (for Ihe urea is a
t of residents as of now and for the thousands who will be attracted lltlsa.
here in the future years Now Ito Acquirfc.Jhcm.; they arc $$835,000 Bonds s 1 CK"
, available und they are cheaper. I know that bond issues, are not popu-
I bar but I would advocate a bond I issue Remember that the Florid
I 1 communities that have grown and prO'lrcred.ths most.are those that Signed by MayorIn a
I (\ paid a lot of attention years ago to public recreational facilities
'I;I I Further progress on equitable and standardized real estate as New York City On the Very Newest Tires
I icssmcnts, There no common sense in soaking some and relieving
.. others and the community as a whole needs more of those! things that
are provided \>y tax money You can wince all you wish but you can't Surprisingly' free from writer's
dodge the fact. Equitable assessments and lower rates will yield more. cramp and frostbite Mayor Ray I
Cooke returned lo Stuart Tuesday All AHWeather3TNYLONTUFSYN
) We still have a lot of ceiling room afternoon after a weekend trip /l.L./ New! New!

More risk of local capital In local development. Instead of relying 10 New York City, where he signed
r on outsiders" to come in and give the push There plenty of a $835000) refunding bond issue ViII.'
capital in Stuart and Martin County Much of it is idle or semi-idle. Monday.
r Our local financiers, big and little could make themselves more money Although Cooke had to affix
t than they do by getting a little move on. They'd attract millions, for his signature to 835 bonds of $I.- The super.durublit ivnlhnllo toughest
outsider are always looking for communities in which the local momentum OlIO each, a mechanical device, rubber .oodypirtver; used In lulo tlrca.
r .
I is conspicuous which enables one signature to be

; More beautification of streets and park areas, Nothing is as multiplied by eighteen pens
cheap, money wise, as shrubs plants, trees Nothing attracts visitors uccd the actual number of ro-I / nea11Tubeleea
Cooke signed on the dotted
f We have the trees and the of Ed $12
more Mcnnmger flowering name .
to forty seven. The mayor admitted :
Bliikwill070x1JTul
Menmngcr i. known throughout the world in this connection more
.. hat he had to do a bit of practicing -
1 widely than it is known locally It is an asset; Any public relation first however, before hit

I f firm on Madison Avenue would advise Stuart (for a substantial fee) tot signature became recognizable I I >*.Typ ltlackwsll31.1,60,

play up the Mcnnmger trees and the Mcnnmger name. The weather was brisk hut pleasant 4 r'e --. 7M x HTubile.. iBlutkw,., $19.SO
t An industrial park, rather centrally located on rail line and high Cook added In New Jersey Mw TUFSYN I 6Wxl4TubelesaBlsckwatl..111.71
way, where" small industries can concentrate for their own benefit, and where he visited his brothers' I O&OOyfAA v s $ > MORK rOM WHITEWALl
,I to free the rest of the area of unsightly workaday structures, with their families Sunday, the temperature All pr/i/... plus lax and old tin
.\a. sometimes unsightly surroundings. Other communities, even small ranged from 32 to 47. and the I
ones, are getting them established anticipating future growth We need mercury reached 52 in New York 1 r
one. Indianlown is riper for industry than the ocean area, because on Monday.Cooke s X f4Mf I 'NIN C ,. On Budget-Priced
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of lower land prices, but there is no reason why small plants cannot be was accompanied on the "
1; lured to the coastal area. Bear in mind that businessmen who plan trip by two former mayors Vice M r I 2"3.TNYLONwthTUFSYN
William P. Todt and Jack
+ new plants think strongly in terms of their employee the people who M.Mayor Hartman and City ManagerJoe I'
!''t{ do the work, and people have demonstrated that they like to live Crowdcr all of whom Cooke VI ,

:: near: water said were glad to "button up their I

t SOME STABS AT PREDICTION overcoats." :f The tupur-durible synlhetlctoulheltrubber

Coodyeir ever used In auto tiers.
i Stuart and Fort Pierce will grow together in the next ten to twenty I /
a years The residential growth will be that way P-W Lay-off /
Route 76 toward Indiantown is a natural for expansion It has sfl95 1

land and it has water-and easy access to wherever you want to go
Affects
Osceola: Street will recover from its doldrums and become a 500About ,) aura a 11 Tub* Typ*
, I I shopping center, with small stores. BlKkwill
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Horse racing will move into Martin County, Whether this i is 500 employes at Pratt AWhitney's ; ,, \ t
"good" or "bad"' I do not say. I simply slate it as a probable fact I Research and Develop ---. + 4 t
ment Center on Beeline Highway A TUFSYN 92 MORa FOR WHITEWALLS
Expanding Indian River Junior College at Fort Pierce will prove I will he (aid-off due to the Nation- //! Coooncii + ; All prlctf flat,tan jnd pld lift"
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a good thing for Martin County, for the distance is manageable, and al I Aeronautic and Space Admin- .
many families will prefer to live in a smaller community than Fort I stration' decision to reduce the h. r ea{ 4 ;

9' Pierce RLIO rocket engine development : No Money Down! Free Expert Mounting! Pay as little as $125! per week! ;
II ? The North Fork, of the St Lucie will eventually be bridged, and program. I
i through traffic will be routed around Stuart crossing, the canal !somewhere Pratt .Whitney employe number -
1 south of Palm City. This may be a direful thought for Stuart, about 5.8X() All flew Coodytar auto tires ate backed by our fmouIII.1Itioll-WI4, Road Hazard CuarantMt

I but such by-passing has happened to hundreds of town and cities, and The layoffs will become effective .
t *.' it i is a perfectly logical prospeu I I..r.. One consolation is that many Friday for hourly workers, rN"r_ .rN..._Nee.eN.1......M/M. lee..Walley-.1 r/r..M-Mtl....'...ell e..went Nor .xF._IIrlr Ae e MW..e.r-I rrr.rnr_ Nl f>_r Ie.""./

I V towns to which" this has happened find after a while" they are quieter to and Jan. I I' for salaried employes : e11"r eN, MNNr4 Nr ;'I ILNrI1I i./ ,: .:''**I',ern r !r?.M r.wn9 rNr.r NMml. a 4.N-**?M Ir 4. '1 rrl", yaw, 4 U nf" e.*w/M t*,''*M"t*fn1 tH,?
; live in without the rush of through traffic No Indication wu given as to A seta ..-..--- -"r Il/le.1/1erN 11-1 4.05-Ile renlw"ewllrr
The airport will eventually .be moved for the land value will become the length of time layoffs may be n.r

I '*, too great for an airport, and besides it will have to be larger The in effect before any recalls I GO O.OODYEAR

;i lime? I'd guess ten yean
Sewalis Point will become a choice residential area because of CET YOUR BIKE TAPED

.* its "ckKenett-m" and its water exposure on two aides But first *ome.i. FREE AT YOUTH CENTER N.N. . . .. . . . ... ,
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II ..-- -..11 have la be done with those narrow strips of land which were Calling all bike ownent If you -"L ;O..c '. z:. ..; ,_.... --r. ...
I t established i in the !List century, when nothing counted except the highland have a new bike for Christmas or The fishing's
2 Lucie aide They'll have to be consolidated before they if you haven any reflector tapeon as good as it was SO years ago
\ on the St. : I '
homesite your old one, take' your bicycleto AND
f j can be properly developed into Stuart Youth Center, where Jim
The Jensen Highlands will attract resident, imply because they McMahon. director: will tap it The Tackle Is GOODYEAR
I are highland from which you can set ten mile out to the ocean or for you freeCommission. Infinitely Better ,
to the south, or to the west. And people love to live when they can

I look off afar. To Meet
'j j \v; The Palm City bridge. will lOOn be replaced. This I* the easiest Bill TODT'SSTUART I
I r prediction of all for it about to fall down At City Hall! MondayStuart SERVICE STORE

I. The Ocean Road from Fort Pierce t# Jensen oo Hutchinson Island I
will develop tlowly. sod from Fort Pierce south rather than from City Commission win TACKLE SHOP
hold it* first regular nxctipg c4
il i that ha 57 OSCEOLA AT 7-4242-AT 74243 STUART
Fort
Jensen north. 'the reason fierce more momentum. 964' M Monday, Jan. 1) at City
Stuart will not have a TV tuiwo toy time woo. It costs too t M at i >PJB> 409() North Colorado AT 7-2428.




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I. 1 f. Connie Flack, Delbert Crumm Penney Pony and Express Connie: juniors Flack, ,Melinda seniors, Indians Scalp Tigers 66-42; Pioneer Local Sports Groups

John Stomski Jr., Delbert Crumm,
Are Tale Twisters 'Highs9The John Strong, John Gcrch, Betsy Stuart B Nipped 46-45 '
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Rosscr and Barbara Gncr. e'i sty; ;;',r, ':g ?5k ;, j.r") l;..e;"

cowboys and cowbcllcs of Flack and Pat Tucker; seniors, Del Keyhole: juniors, Pat Tucker Scoring only thirteen points in Sulzer 0 (0 0 ..... ''. rI :C :>>" ) d.I ,
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the Tale Twisters Saddle Club held bert Crumm, John Stomski )r., and MclinxU Penney, seniors, John I the first half Stuart lost easily at Simmons 2 0 4 r '\<.. ; : L. :
their monthly rodeo Sunday at lack Jack James, John Oerch, John Slonuki Jr., Barbara Grier, Jack i, Vero Beach on Friday, 6 -42. Mathers I 0 2 ; 'f 1A
James Ranch on the Indiantown Strong and Betsy Ros-scr. The Indians I led 14-9 at the end Behr 3 0 6
Road Cloverleaf race:juniors, Mtlin- James, John Stomski Sr., Betsy of the nrst t quarter and 35-II at Schommer 3 0 6
The horse were full of pep and da Penney, Connie Flack and Buck Rmtcr and John Strong. the half the Tigers netting only Rehnbera I 0 2
the riders put on a good chow ie Huncs; seniors, John Slomski During the intermission all the 4 point in the second quarter Tolalll 18 6 41VIRO
"Trophy of the Day" for the Jr., Delbert Crumm, Barbara Crier. yourifc'.ters participated in a sack Stuart; did better t in t the second ,
straight barrel race was won byMelinda Jack James, John Strong, and race. The winners were Connie half, notching only one point less : ((66)) G. l'
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Penney of the junior' group John Gcrch Muck Miriam Vurvil\ and Billy than their opponents in each of Ron Gielow 2 0 4
and Delbert Crumm of the adult: Flag race: juniors, Pat Tucker Arnold. the third and fourth quarters. I McCall 2 I 5Branan I1sY
and Connie Flack; seniors, Dtlhcrt Highlight of the day was the Skip Hall with 12 points, and ..1 3 2S
High point riders of the day Crumm Barbara Grier and Bet. lilt lest rider Buckie Hanes, who I Billy Martin with 10, were the top Witt 0 0 0 ar w
were Connie Flack in the )junior sy Ro \er. rode his big horse Sugar. Tiger scorers. Shulock 9 0 18 :
group and Delbert Crumm In the Straight barrels: juniors, Melinda If you weren't it the rodeo you. Stuart's B squad lost a squcuk- Fine 0 0 0 ,
adult group Penney Connie Flack and Buikie missed a good show. Plan to attend er in the opener 46-45 Dick Bow Ward 4 2 10 ws
Winners were: Himes; !seniors! Delbert Crumm, next month on Feb 2. Come man netting 16 for the Tigers Catrett 2 0 4 +
Hairpin race: juniors, Melinda Barbara Grier, Jack James and out and enjoy an afternoon of fun. Knhely 0 0 0
Penney, Pat Tucker: *'mvl Connie John Gerch. I Sl VARY (42)) G. T Totals 30 6 66 w ,
Flack; seniors, Delbert Crumm Quarterhorsc ability: juniors Pat The highest and lowest pointsin Hall S :2 12 3t
John Strong, John Stomski Sr'. Tucker and Connie Flack; seniors, the United Stales (including Hawaii Martin 3 4 10 'I Stuart 9.41514.42 n t. '
John Slomski Jr? Barbara: Crier Delbert Crumm, John Stomski Sr.. and Alaska) are located in Davis 0 0 0 Vero Beach 14 21 16 15-6;
and Betsy Rosier Barbara Gncr. Jack James, John California and are only eighty-five
Potato race: juniors, Connie Strong, and John Gcrch miles apart JT'1RS
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CORAL GARDEN LANES Double Winning MarginThe I

r ORGAl\IlEI basebull team m this urea of Florida shortly before the turn of the century is
Presents Lions of Stuart Training Okecchobce School for Boys shown above Home was Jensen Beach as the uniform shirts suggest. but members came from a wide
School went on Monday from provides the opposition for the area to play with it, Only a few still can be identified AI far left holding. megaphone is E. L. Hos-
where they had left off before the lIon.' fourth game here on Thurs with felt hilt Wheeler Coon Second from
ford: next to him is E J. Ricou In rear center is left
A NEW KING of the LANES TOURNAMENTBeginning winning Christmas streak holidays to three extending by beating their day Jan 9. kneeling .is Jim Baxslcr Third from right holding bat and glove. is Kirk Williams. This team pitch.
Stone High School of Melbourne ed pineapples tor practices and one of its outstanding achievements was defeating<: a team of traveling
here, 51-49 I Cubans: from Havana that beat every team it could find except this one i
196/ C of C
Sunday, Jan 12, Signs .
The two-point margin was the .w.r' -
largest of the season for the unbeaten "
NO QUALIFYING I Lions, whose two former Show First A I

Play off only on each Sunday Bowl' 6 games airou 6 Junes Winner bowls the victories were both single-pointers.
Conrad Patterson notched 18 ,,,
ram night on TV 3 Games fluid! Entry: fee $10.00' toints in the Lions "big" win, and Payoffthe ,.a 4 ,
lames Hamilton scored 10 I
FIRST PRIZE $100.00 RUNNER UP $25.00 The Lionesses broke the ice, signs erected by Stuart I

6 Strike In a row $25.00 Entries close tub Sunday, 7 P.M two registering defeats,their 34-30 first. Mary win Johnson against' Chamber of Commerce apjlogn/ '
ing to motorists for any inconvenience -
and Based was top scorer with 15, Thelma
170 25 entries
average over on .
four Ian
Meuse notched 14. caused by the -
ing work on U. S. 1, have already

: FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! started to show results
Tigers Drop 8th The following \letter was received
at the chamber: office this week:
EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FOR EACH 3 GAMES
'Please !send me information IIIRF IS lilt FIRST football
I To SeahawksStuart starting eleven when the sport was instituted at Martin County High
Bowl every Thursday evening from 6 P.M. 'Ill midnight You are eligible to pick about Stuart, such as street map School in the fall of 1926 In the line are left( to right) John Kelley Walter Ames, James R, Pomcroy, I
Tigers led twice in their data points of interest, places for Jr, Broster Joe Schroeder, Arthur Wortham, Jack Moore and George Stcmhauser, The backs are
: a capsule from our fish bowl and win IIIIYlhtrom 1 to 15 Free games at Scacrest Tuesday but fin and anything left
game entertainment you ( to right) Stanley Lambcrton, Fred Walton, Edward Parncll and Edward M Higbce. I
ally succumbed, 39-33 for their may have.
: NOBODY LOSES! EVERYBODY WINSYou eighth straight loss. 'If this request reaches you at ,
The visitors led 12.7 at the first. a time that may be inconvenient, I I
; also become eligible for the grand prl/e starting thin
Thursday
quarter: trailed 21.18 at the half I will understand, because I can
and every Thursday thereafter and 29.22 after three quarters, and see that you are very busy r LI
drew ahead to a 30-29 lead before "I I was about to get a headacheon
laving to admit defeat. your U S I I. but your signs
GRAND PRIZE of 40 FREE GAMES
Skip Hill's 9 points was high made! me forget the torn-up road.Thank .

I for the Tigers. you;= ___ _,
I WILL BE ANNOUNCED THURSDAY tlJi.: 6, 1964 I II I



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SIUARTETIRNS: FOOTBALL TEAM pictured shortly before their first game of the 1947 season .
in Endicott N.Y Oct 12 This outfit, second of the three Veterans teams that operated here af
Thank You. : ter World War II. compiled a 7.3.record\ in which two losses to Endicott were included The players
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are (left to right, kneeling) James Thompson Chink Stiller, Albert Gomez, Gerald Shipes. Fred Rein
William Armor Jr" Warren Shipes, Jr., Jack M. Nartman and Langley Robertson; (standing) Milton
.. The most appropriate word we know to express: our sincere appreciation I Griffin Donald I Hartman: George Migos, Horace Arnold, Ransom Tilton, Ralph Hartman, Jr., P"ulHardwick
and gratitude for your confidence In and support of the Bunk whkh have been of L--T .t William Smith, 3rd, John Henry Ausborn and Walter Rein, Jr. .
material assistance In helping the Bunk make substantial progress In Its first year ol'
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URL IS Martin County (then Stuart) High School's first base
SlV\Rr LIONS PLAN of Stuart Lions Club at its Jan Club members will conduct their
: We have endeavored to serve the residents of Jensen Beach, Rio, Sewnll'i ball team in the spring of 1927 They are (left to right, front row) LICIII BULB SALE I
: Point the Indian River area, and Eastern Martin County with complete commercial Bob Carson, Glenn lownsend, George Stcinhiiuscr, Gerald Bruncr, 22 meeting at Town House Restaurant II annual light bulb sale, on the eve.
a banking facilities, and are hoptful Ihiit our efforts have met with your entire mUhfactlon. Glenn DeBerry aid Walter Ames; (buck row) Coach Jack McDonald Past t presidents will be guests nings. .of Jan 20 through 23. I
: We shall always strive! to extend prompt efficient and courteous service to all William IXBerry, Broster Joe Schroeder, Edward Par --- --
our customers consistent. with sound banking practices.We nell, Fred Walter and Hugh StuartMAR

: welcome the opportunity to serve those persons and business houses "'. i\\ -,,-..: Casa Rio
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5 that have not yet become customers of the Bunk, and we give our assurance that their
banking requirements will be handled with the utmost care, attention and consideration
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The Officers/ Directors and Staff wish for you P Ye BOAT & MOTOR SALES Inc.
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and your loved ones, Health, Happiness and Financial ,

Comfort during the coming year.
1 Welcomes You To See All/ That's New

CONDENSED STATEMENT of CONDITION For Your Boating/ Pleasure

DECEMBER 31', 1963 1
Authnri/cd Dealer

ASSETSCash SALES SERVICE: P\RfS

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on Hand and Due from Banks $509,185.19U.S. *: ,

= Government" Securities . 815,689.16 $1,324,87435 .JOHNSON = MOTORt

: Loans and Discounts . . . . . . 994,751.95 -" ,

Bank Premises . . . . . . . 71,241.94 LXPtRF: FACTORY 1RAINLD MECHANICS
I IN COUNTY High Schools first basketball team
Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 48324.69 the winter season of I 192526.' Members are (left to right operatedin front Featuring *

Interest Earned-Not Collected . . . 9,513.60 row) Glenn Townsend, Fred Walton and Walter Ames; (hack row)

Other Assets . . .. .', . . . . 9,678.90 Edward Parnell, John Reurdon. George Thomas, Frank Johnson AH BOSTON 1411tLERCOBLA:
and Coach Jack McDonald.

-=:-T=_ $2,458,385.43 111UNDERBIRU IM\1S
MURKY BOAT TRAILERSCHRIS :

LIABILITIES P GOLFat CRAFT "SLA

Capital, Stock . . . . . . . $ 250,000.00

Surplu 1 {-La .. . . . . . . . 50,000.00 the NEW Martin

Undivided Profits . . . . . . 32196.02 t % SKin's"I
Golf & ClubST. !
Income Collected-Not Earned . . . 27,506.56 County Country
Reserves-Depreciation and PossibleLoan 4
LUCIE BOULEVARD
'Losses . . . . . . 7755.95 : I
Other Liabilities . . 6138.32 TURN RIGHT JUST BEFORE CROSSING NEW
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BRIDGE 1O BEACH i
Deposits . . . . . ? ?' . . 2,084,788.58

GREENS FEES . . . . $3.50
2458385.43 j

Opened for Business December 4, 1962 COMPLETE HOLE COURSE

ELECTRIC CARTS

Beach Driving Range and Complete Golf Shop i C = !'ht j jI
Jensen Bank "
MIXED DRINKS and LUNCHEONS i .. :

i "Located from i itfvay to St. Lttcie River"

"Your Community Financial l Center" BEN HARTIG Pro Manager 440 Highway 707 in Rio Jensen Beach, Fla.
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I
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j 50TIIANN1VFRSARY EDITION Tin} :: STUART (FlocMa NTWS Tniiwdar, January. << t

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1 ." J *. '" '" ".. ._. .-...___ ..._ -,..... John Hurchanik. to Daniel J. CQmplun. Lot 25.
Charges Real Facts Not Being Conveyed to tIe People
j isTeufielJ. Lot 95 Jensen Highlafxli AeniitK i> to } )

OBITUARIES 1 tubJivLsion. 10500. $8,500

Bessemer Properties, Inc. to 101 Omo S. Rastrrlti

Major Bundy Spoke Sunday on ThreatOf .. '1.' '" .,... 1.\0/ "" ..-....,,\.... E Ocean Boulevard: Building Corporation RaRtrtlli Property !
Lot 21 1 less the south 25 tilts II I township
FULL I\M: Him.VRI11OGAimilliiim Mathus and one son. V. k Jour- feet thereof and all ol lot 22 High I E.. Palm City

dan, all of Stuart, seven grandchildren School: Subdivision. $3<,000 A P. !
Krueger 10
Communism to Security of NationMajor I \\ Richard Fog.iny River"ev three great grandchildren: ; First Mortgage Corporation of.I tan. I lot t h. block '
ent-nine of 310 Indian
one sister i Mrs (rank Reese of Sliiitrt to 101 F.. Ocean Boulevard lion lo knicgrr
Drive Jensen Reach dud in Mir-
South Whitley. Ind., and several Budding ,. I Lots ". I 12.
Ian. Corporation I Jay A. Byrne to
(tin Mcnion.il Hospital Friday,
Edgar C Bund\ spoketo the goal of international Communism pers." he charged. existence and recruit officials andemploes I .'. after an extended illness Hit nieces and nephews 1.14.\ I M und! Id section I I. Hideaway :I Property in steliori

an audience ot ,matelv is to smash the United States I He explained that the FBI .is a i of the U. S. government. wife precedes! him In death nine Funeral services were held in Isles I .iikl' I.lotsV 10 W 52: 37 S., range41 I I I- !
appro Johns I Funeral Home Chapel on W M und \V 14 i. Hideaway
I! of America. He also stated that fact.finding agency ol the government A great many well-meaning people d lys ago. se-ction Edith MIc"! "
100 Sunday afternoon at Stuart \\cdncsdav at 2 with Rev. Isles SUM\ )
J. Edgar Hoover the House Committee T hey do not prosecute or give are used as stooges, are fellow- I A native: of MeXecs Rocks. Pa? pin J. \Vocllle( South
Youth Center on The Communist I on Un-American Activitiesand information to anyone except to travelers and party sympathizers) he had hocn a resident of I thin i Walter Jessup, pastor, of First I First. Mortgage Corporation of and nil of lot '.

Ihreat to American Security" the Senate Internal Security the executive department of the he said. It is not necessary to be a area for the past twenty-five ears. Methodist Church of Stuart. officiating Sluiiil! to 101 I 1'. Ocean Boulevard 525,5(1)t)() {, a
His talk waselldocumen1ed by of The generalof member of the to do the I hie member of St. Burial was in Fern Mil BUilding Corporation Property In''
Subcommittee print tons reports government attorney party was a Joseph Cemetery The Rebvknhs conducted lot 1, 8 I J. \V. I..miie' to
material from hearings! before the telling the people what is going the United States is the immediate work. He charged: that: some prom Catholic Church; of Stuart. loverninent section township I ty, Inc. as (\rlltlee.
short service .
a !> at gravesideIMI1IVN 38 S, 41 C $I(Oil.)
Internal Security Subcommittee on but the facts are not being boss of the FBI. The Congres inent churchmen, although not He is survival! by one sister El range 44 Yacht Cluh
Mar Investment I
sional committees do what the avowed Communists!!, have philos MM Buffalo N Corporationo
Wilson
blatcmcntt and reports of J. Edgar carried to them by responsible can Mary '
!M \\ : RHINE: : 101 E. Ocean Boulevard Building C I B. ArhojtRst!
Hoover director of the Federal media FBI cannot do; they have the ophies and doctrines which carry Y.: one nephew Renwick Wilson; Martin et al

Bureau of Investigation, and reports "Every conceivable sphere o f power to hold meetings over the the Communist line and one stepson John R. IXHart Maximilian khane sixty-five (If lion Corpiwation 27 township Property 37 S., in ec-41 mcnt lot :2. section : :
country and subpoena witncvses. "However it is the news media ofestrwl.. Conn South Indian River Drive Jensen range '
of the
House Committee onUnAmerican has been 37 S., 43, E! : \
E and lots I <<'
communications penetrated 12; and 13, Oak Lane range\
have
Activities Whit the Communists fear mostis today, "he concluded "which Rosary was held in Johns Fun- Bench died Saturday tan 4, at '
by the Communists, including the weapon of public exposure. failed to give the people the truth eral Home Sunday, at 8 p.m. I'un- Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital Manor $IX( ). Edward P
Me stated that the of
majority radio. TV schools After the hearings it is still up to as was most evident in the Cuban oral Mass was in St Joseph Catholic Aila U. Carter to William.. A P Miller and "
native of he
Americans indifferent lethargic i A Austria had been
are
and the attorney general to do the situation when Herbert Mathews Church al 9;:3D a.in. Tuesday r (Tarter Properly in government lot wife as an estate
and apathetic to the fact that churches colleges rcwspa- a resident in Jensen Beach for seven 2, section M. township 37 S., Properly in
prosecuting of the New York Times was writing with burial in All Saints' Coma
------ He then stated that most of the pro-Castro propaganda; and tery, Jensen Beach. years Corning here from Del- range 41 E. SIN(( ). tion 31, township .
larose, N Y, Before hu retirement

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Raymond O'Kella Mancil and E. $100.
espionage done by the Communist with Columbia Broadcasting\ Company -
he was self-mpl"'N as n icijualun. S Mancil, his wife to Seymour Buskin
i the the recently when our Presidentwas ,
is by diplomats at
IRICKSON
Congratulations To United Nations and through the murdered by a member of A. C. knitwear contractor He was "f () kella; Mancil und Evelyn Man vestment Company
the Jewish faith: cil his wife. Lot 10, section 2, St. lots 21 and 58,
cultural exchanges. Their intelligence Fair Play for Cuba Committee Word ha been received by Mr.
of the eleven Communist and Mrs. Hansen of the Mr kh.ine is survived bkn his i Lucia Shores. $100. $!IO.OOO.)
set-up i is the widest t Known one strongest Henry ; :
wife. Elizabeth Khane, of f
SUNSHINE MOBILE MANOR in history Military scientific and front organizations, in the death of A. C Frickson, Quincy, Vernon L. Warren tea William lames Land
Reach. and one son Paul khane R. Ryall. Lot 75, Gomez Grant Jesse Anderson Lot
technical spying is done mostly United States today and that fact Miss. on Dec 28
of York.
New
from the United Nations and the was played down. It was not that Funeral services, were Dec. 31. $12,300 Parkway. Manor $
See The Best In Mobile Home LivingOn embassies in Washington we do not have the truth; the tragedy Mr Lriekion is the fither-m- i Services were held Sunday afternoon Augustine Paige to Douglas A C. B Arhogast
at I 10: at Yates Funeral
Miller. Property in lot w, Gone Holihaucr. U* t I.
Although their goal i is worldconuet. is that it is not communicated law of IU Jean Garrison, a formerresident
Homo Chapel' with Rabbi Joseph ? drint $I IH( ). lion 5-A, North
the of Stuart, Mm C. A.
Now At they preach peaceful co to people now
Display Irvine I of Beth ft of Fort
bnekton, \Viiulh.ini Me. Mr and Temple IXnigl.is: A Miller to Frncst 1 L 58,51)11.)()
Mrs. A. C Friekson were winter I Pierce olficiating Cremation followed lIillbt.-e. Properly in lot 97, Go- Alfred H York
Yates funeral Home was suet Grunt $1011./ !Schcrer Lot K),
visitors for
MOBILE HOMES Zoning Board Re-organizes many )curs. in charge: of arrangements. O B.D. Corporal to NelsonS town Park $8,800

I HAll ; Day. I Lot 7, block I II), Soulhgaleuhdivision Lima F. Janney
!MRS. fMM\ DUK1KJOt'KlUN "
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ES AND SERVICECrossland I2.0K( ). K: kuhn Sr.
Joe Greenlees New Chairman GfRMVN; AMERICAN: CLUB William I 1. Olin to Harold E. Palm City Farms $
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Pacemaker Travel-trailer eighty-seven, a resident of Casa Club of Fort Pierce will holt]
I The problems of enforcement county builders and contractorswho
of in Martin voiced discontent! to the County Terrace, died in Martin Memorial costume puny at 8 p.m, on Jan
regulations
800) SOUIII FEDERAL zoning Congratulations -
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Hospital Monday Jan. 6, lifter a
County were discussed' briefly at Commission over the enforce 17 at the Garden Center All attending

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Martin County Planning and Zoning ern Building Code A native of Ohio, she had lived There will be pn/cs for best SUNSHINE MOBILE

Commission Monday night. As an outgrowth of the meeting l. here for the past Iwcnlv-four yenre costume

Congratulations To The Beautiful At the meeting Joseph' Green. the County Commivsion nsk-. She was a member of Royal Palm
Rcbekah Lodge No 4 and the la- Heart disease I it costing the
Ices elected chairman of the ed each trade to nominate
was group dies' l l.ncampiiKiit: Auxiliary No. United States $4.000.000.000( ) ) ( () u We proud to have installed
commission for 1964. Donald Ward a representative to !serve on an appeals ore

SUNSHINE MOBILE MANOR was elected vice chairman and board as noted m the code 23 She both i is of survived Stuart by three daughters Year and tax including losses! due wage'to absenteeism production. lines, pumps und sewerage
Mrs. Marie Gclnett was reappointed Director t Bell was also I asked to I
Mrs Mrs Ken.
: J D. Gray premature dash and employe turn
secretary The chairman and name an architect to serve: with this beautiful Mobile
I neth Wright und Mrs. William over.WARRANTY new
vice chairman post! are passed the appeals board. I

around in the commission on a At the meeting last week it was _-- L!_

J Landscaping Designed and ExecutedBy yearly basis The 1963 chairman announced John Keller had resigned

I I was James Gaughan. as assistant building inspector I .1 DEEDS FILEDNote' St. Lucie Pump & Water
The commission asked. Fred Bell
1 He will be replaced by __.
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contact County Attorney Dean building contractor\ and Zoning Thr I..rtlnn, fianrrsRtvrn block P; lots 2, 9 und 10. block R
1".I"w ,.... ..11".1, fruit", ; : !' : ; )
Tooker and other necessary legal Board member Harold OI I a .1 ahta, rrenue, '' atanipa' .tn.,1 hlha lots 5 und ft, block S, lots I I. 2, 5.

advisors on the steps to be takento Glass expected to resign from .deeds .1 ilia rash'. 01'whirr IScant. 6, 9, 10 14 I M, 1 16, 20 21, 26",,

RIO NURSERY bring building code violators the Planning and Zoning Commission "" con.IIlo..tl"n per elan\is I"n.llnlnnl rur .", Itan 29 und 30 block T. all In Hob e

into court. at the next meeting of the .III"lul.hnn, of Beast.. Heights $ IO,4M( ).
.hll' "r .11I'hr' rsuaa whw'I! tin
The step-up of enforcement of County Commission. The County n..y ehsnaau hand. .'tamDuhidicata Richard W knrlow to Frank!

regulations was an aftermath of a Commission appoints zoning board value a. 1I..d"l"Thera. 1II1111"n'IUU In.w. C, Whiting' Property in !scctu,: Congratulations -

.___ -- u_ ___ __ _ __ meeting last week of thirty-eight members on where a" \110'In.I'U".1I1. .1.1'' UII than u. pla.rI..,.tustvain. 22$7.500.township 37 S, range 41 I E SUNSHINE MOBILE '


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IVa E., Palm City harms. Silt( ). rollnwlnir' .nmtor vvhlflc/ .
lust Oirvrulfl JMOmuniOja
RHL Construction
i / Corporation will" b(' .old at pul.tli' ...t. at i.00I'M ELECTRICAL
i to Edwurd Allen. Lot 22 Bahama u'i'link ulIh" IMIi, day of
Terrace, section 3. $14.500.( III"".''' 11104. al Amity liukk tftu
all" P.O. BOX: Ins AT 7-3097 JtN: [
&UN&H//VE Lester C. Russell to Billy J. 'iii hIj.M.;: fI" ol I ih* lain will \itapplM

.:P Woodfin. Lot 17, block 6, Indian.
town Park First Addition $ 100. t.I: motor. vi>hl< :la and th. coat
Monica Graham to Andrew of puhlli(( atlim of nollia of aala "nil ,
limn In ((5..sllsfu"ilun of tha al- --
Dembowski Lot 274, Coral Gardens sac dun under (Ih* tontm. with
MOBILE MANOR subdivision, plat I I. $9,400. "' .tll'. Caa.no Ziir.ll.. I'a<'klnu
HoUNa Calm telly, Ylorida I nit v.,-
Allan Wcmtraub to Volney P. Inn the; flnanilnc' oC mild ;motor y
Mayley Property in government lot hlila. Any aurplua will h, paid to Congratulations .
.. .... ,, you anil you will ranialn' llahla for
''' \.. I 2, section 15, township 38 S., range any Imlania rninalnlnif unpaid un
> .}01 i 10'Oh' \' 41 E. $17.000.\ ) der .Hl'l' cnnl''I.

\(&. \ : '. R M Pitchford to Frank Fors- rlHSPHAI.All'WITAN;: (MOTOHH'HI (. l'(IRA TICIN SUNSHINE MOBILE
:+ bcrg Lot 96, First Addition to Ant' Mouth, Mxlii, Want I aimIIKHIKKM
.
:r- ..u.. leash' 1"1.
., ...n .! ;'" Skyline Heights tubdivision. $1- rib: Jun. I. 1141.jIlTU' .
:;;3... ... .1' .
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""'-'-- ...., -,- .. 600.Frank !\ ''' Ira : a11MV ON YOUR OPENING
to J. L. Kleck-
Forsberg 1'1111 Illll'1 IF <'IM lir, M suits
ner tot 94, First Addition to Sky IHlniTt'' artTH OK tMMIIIlAMl
line Heights subdivision $1,600. ''. KrV MUTUAL IN.HUKANCB .

Arnold M Bauer. to Paul I). CU. ham lift I Sec our display of the finest in
OPEN HOUSESATURDAY
'
Comb Property In section 9, JACK'U OLIVJlIf11''KIl'at

township 38 S., range 41 E. $8- '"ohrl"1'
500. Uy lrlua of a writ nt Bu.runan Home living that arc now being
In my lianda" laiuail uut of ,
K M. Pitchford to Frank Forv rust Court: In nit: of.ntJir bN.fi
AND SUNDAY JANUARY 11TH & 12TH berg Lot 67, First! Addition to Mutual,: Inaurania Co, .
Ollvir lluuklna duly atlnaiixl nnuyiwt at this beautiful new park .
Skyline Heights. $1.700. : It, I mm, lha JiiilHuiviil tin
I Frank Forsberg to Oscar: W. said .swutln wu. h.u.Akatne
rrrordnd In ll'" Clrcull' t'ourtMnn
Dei,.. Lot 67, first Addition to conk 1 h"". Invlixl on ale right,
till and Intnraul of tha aald' Jack
.
Skyline Height SIBOO.Albert )
MOBILE HOME SHOW Ollvnr Hnrhtau In and for th., following
Siegfried to Marion Jar dxai.rlli'd. prnparly 'lutatad DIXIE MOBILE HOMES
rett. Lo144. Hobe Hills $100 In Martin County. Hoil.U to will

SEE TIlE EAST COAST'S NEWEST AND FINEST MOBILE PARK W. J. Weiss and/ Rose Finkcl 1'tiallvld| | | H 'Int.n.In/ |foOl 0
trustees to Theodore C. Houk Houih i J of nuan IIHchia uf: llnvcrnniintIxit a inhdlvlHlon 3221 S. Fed. Ilwy. HO
part
trustee lots 16, 17 and 1 18 tract I. Mrr. it Tnwnihlp lilt
32 section 20 township 38 S., Itania. 41K .. In Hint, l Fort Pierce
FEA TURING *l I ubllu
pinto' Martin County (
range 40 E., Palm City Farnu IiatoriJhNollna,
$2.100.(
II la .lixrvhy, atom that "nW.dll..d.
.
Winston U> Henry .
Yinglmg tha tlh Any of r i brif
All mobile home kiln are 50 Direst Florida Power and Recreational buiktingx in> fxcdlent pure water from Lira Lot Jf,, block < Cleveland are, "H4 brlwrrn Hi', hour of

\ 100( fret accommodating Light iiervke at residential elude all the blest convene deep well'*. Addition to Palm City. $9KH( A II.M:110. un AM thn and.Md' t O'l day"'at.M.the at front lean: CONGRA TULA

the largest models with no rates. Me do not resell eleclencetl' for dancing card play Individual paved car port Guy A. Van Hcusden to Bernard door of tin Martin. County Court
llnum I will ."II all 'Iah''. flits andf .
crowding trlelty big pot luck facihtle with space alongside your mobile A. Silverman. Lots 4 and 6, Inl..... .. tha, aald Jail Kllv.r
a complete kitchen .huf ehonK'. Alto block t; lots 5, 16, 20 and 22 Hui.h.In. In and to Ih. .I>UY" d...

it 40'( wide asphalt paved L.P. Gas b piped 1 lo each I lot board courts: horse shoe parking. ample guess block F; lots I I. 6, 7 ad 10, block rrib.d toh.. ou-ny.h..t' ,bl"I"at iMhlii" Cur rash Aurihn, 10

streets. and Individually roetered. H; Lots 8 and 9, block J; kit 6, ..".r, aid axaeutliin( anal sit ani.. To
pitching. Storage ,** for boat, Cllnn uoilcr nanil and, aval (bin
8 and 17 block' K lots 1 I. 2, my
A Custom built patloH ut no You pay the pi company fire 7. ;
extra charge direct and at a lower rale. Modem thowen for men and can etc. nall ble. 6, 1 12 and I 13 block L; lot* 5, 6 d.i',; r \ rloY':,:' HHfHIFKMAIITIV :: Sunshine Mobile
AcconimodatioM for adult and 7. block M, lots I I. 2. 3, 8 and C'OCN'tr. rUMtll'AHKVL .

A free lawn maintenance and A- :Modem sewerage plant that women. only and sorry, no pets. 9, block N; lot* I I. 4. 5 and! 9, I'ub( : Jan) : f.0 II, ,.!*. 10. 1m6__ "I
garbage collection.ir exceed the florid Slate k Latent laundromat ----- ---- -- ---- -----
type with Rate are In favorable com- and Dr. L. G. Vogt

Telephone connection ayailSOIIrd of Health require dryers. Also, a Urge paved parboil with other park of

able at every site meats. drying area Ink cal.bre.; Congratulations To .

We are pleased to present for

Plus SUNSHINE MOBILE MANOR the 1964 Skyline Sf! x Iff Early A


,! 't" 1 Bedroom Front

A DISPLAY OF 1964 MOBILE HOMESFor oJ For giving this area one of the most ALSO

W4 DELUXE: 11 FAN SO' x 10' 2 :
modern Mobile lome Parks in Florida
Further Information Write or Call FRONT:' AND REAR WITH BATH AND

Also Franchised Dealer for
Plane Allmitlc: 7-2203 .1c1lltd Sunday* "
WINDSOR AND:\ Will CUN1URY

SUNSHINE MOBILE MANORROUTE LOCKWOOD MOBILE HOMES I. RED SIL\LRS ALAN WILSON



1, STUART, FLORIDA SALES AND STORAGE JENSEN 'TRAILER SALES


U No. I 2 M.8et1 North Stuart llorldu ROUIE 707 JENSEN BEACH

Phone 287-2226 Area Code 305 Owen W. Lw.kwoucl PM. Jensen Bew.li, fWlela

"Just North ol Jensen Beach



SflTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

6-A. THE: STUART (Fta.)_NEWS Thursday January_ _!, _1964..


:( .j'" : < ...., "Bear Perloo" Was on the Menu Animal Rescue '

::1). ;. ...-.... .. ,, I I I II !'tlartlas! Wilderness. in 1879. I
j .
;a o 'fllA J t" Y tn ,
: N )t/rai Out Soles Shoes League Begins9th

..iii. She Danced of The First Wave Came by

Fund Drive


"! I At Pioneers' Christmas Party The Animal Rescue League of Sailboat in the ISSO's
'
i Martin County will begin iu ninth
Edition Ow pioneers
o"Zi: annual fund drive on Wednesday, In Section E of this Fiftieth Anniversary .
; Jan. 11.The themselves-long at rest-tell how they first canlc\ by sailboat
Mrs. ('u Nle demons, born Can the rambunctious pawing snorting to a quart of pure sea salt the I880s.They .
I critters which had never seena Later the family moved to SebaMian league since its start in to this part of Florida in
Mile Creek t
sic (iore at Ten III real pioneel'S-\\ho came
I
handful of dairy feed or a barbed where Cassie went to 1955, has cared for hundreds of were the "first wave"-the
3" tributary of the North Fork on : wire fence. school in a little log house, learning homeless and neglected animals. to a lonely and remote wilderness with tents, put up palmetto .>
Feb 15 IH84, contributed one 1 The Ciore tamily moved to whatIs the three R's with no frills. Among the "residents" at the shelter shacks, then built "real houses of boards.! They were dependent .l i
of the most vivid recollections of besides the dogs and cats, there It was a rugged "
now Stuart in 1893 when Cassiewas H the supply of matches ran upon trade" boats for their few supplies.
pioneer life in our files when she nine yean old. She remember out !before trading time, Cassie's have been many "fine feathered" and primitive existence. There were no roads, doctors, dentists y
J" WHS living at Lukcport near Moore creatures*, Including chickens and
how her father used to plant father would take an old piece of
Haven, in 19M() Indian pumpkins in the hammocks, cloth, ravel out one edge, roll it various wild birds and a few or .tores. when Dr. James A. Henshall visited
In 1879,
She was the daughter of William venison wild months ago a monkey was thereto In fact back
it.
bring home turkeys lightly and tie Then ha would
> : ,, Gore of North Carolina and and fox squirrels to go along with take his flint and steel and strike "liven up" the whole shelter. this area in his sailboat the "Blue Wing"ightyfive! years ago .
Elizabeth Gore of Mobile, Ala., "swamp cabbage" the hearts of fire to the raveled edge. The league building on AlA -Ihere was not a single!! settler on the St. Lucie River. There '
t ,--,' .J.-.J.I in the early opposite the Martin County Fair in what is now Martin County. He was
who settled upriver : the palm trees. She remembers! too, ; At Sebastian, when she was was only one "squatter"
;; .fli.., ;- 'T' -! : ::" I HlIo,. when the trade boat would come fifteen, the settlers celebrated a grounds was completed last spring "Portuguese Joe" a Cuban refugee, hiding down at what is still 1

BELIEVE I r or not, this little wooden foot-bridge crossed! Frazier Back when Mrs. demons wasa to this area selling white baconat Christmas that Mrs. Clemons will and "open house" was held March called "Joe's Cove" north of the House of Refuge $,,

Creek right where U.S. I is being four-lancd today The little white girl the milkman did not leave \\Vi cents a pound, flour at never forget. They all got together 24 1963. The public is invited to Dr. Henshall wrote:

house in background which belonged to Judge J, B. Adams, still a quart at the door nor did you $2.SO a half barrel and meal and and put on an old-time jamboree visit Contributions the shelter at any time "We sailed up the river to the main fork, where it divides
buy one at the store. Instead, her grits at 'I/z cent a pound. with baked sweet potatoesand large or small South Branch, called North and South Halpatiokeo .
stands across the highway from Stuart Chamber of Commerce. will b. appreciated, and into a North and
father hud a herd of wild scrub Her father would trade otter bear pilau. persons burn in the pine woods
Rivers. We camped on a open
cows that ranged the flat woods skins and alligator hides for those For three nights in a row Cas I wishing to donate are asked to send secluded f
Y-' d their contributions to Mrs. James at the confluence of the two streams. In this spot we
r fr Her father would use a roping schooner-brought necessities and sic and her sisters square-danced,
I 1 E. Brock, treasurer Animal Res- found in abundance. He reported alligators !so thick "we
pole-a cypress pole about fifteen: his other money crops were hogs, chaperoned by their mother. Music game
feet long through which two holes pineapples and vegetables sold in was the violin Castle started cue League of Martin County, had to prod them out of the way with our boat hokin( whatis I

were bored at one end about twelveto Fort Pierce. The riven suppliedall out proudly on the first night in Drawer J35. StuartRegister now Fraricr Creek. The campsite where they "found game in

fifteen: inches: apart. A rope was the fish and oysters they could the nicest shoes she'd ever owned I abundance" was today's City of Stuart

drawn through these boles and a cat any lime :they wanted to goafter -black leather slipper All previous i Two yean Later in 1881-82, he covered the same ground '
knot was tied in the rope at the them. Mister f Gore was t the shoes had been heavy black Now For ', In the "Rambler' and reported meeting "many settlers." listing
top of the pole, so that: the rope self-reliant mainstay of the (fam brogans with brass taps across the I about dozen
could not slip buck through. The toes Alas for the black a
pretty
the first of
r 1p ily.If : Second Semester The wilderness was yielding to wave pioneersFOUR
3 'Y wild! cow was caught by the they ran out of salt, he would shoes! The soles were danced out :
loop in the rope around her horns sail down to the Indian River and when Cassie went home at 5 o'clockin '

and the rope twisted: tight until !bring back ten or fifteen gallons the morning.She Of Adult SchoolThe I
she stood for milking-while her of salt water This would he placed : married Silous Clemens nt

calf bawled.It in a big iron wash kettle in the their home on Sebastian Creek in second semester for the i)

was a man's job to get one or yard!, a pitch pine fire built under 1901. They had twelve children : adult school of Martin County r
two quarts of milk from one of I .it-and it would be boiled down reared ten. I began this week

All adults who plan: to attend it
'
45Y13EARLY any of the courses offered during ,


BO ITI.NG furnished parly by lands Charles at Beyer.House of Refuge. Photo I Power Came to Stuart in 1916 and Ian.the second week 13.Those. or semester during the may week registerthis of ''ti


, persons who plan to continue '
.. ... .
: ... the same courses which they
,
'. YJ t ''''. Today There Are 8,385 ConsumersThere were in the first semester need not I!
: i" YR I
\ ,: ,. \ register, but will continue in the
I same classes and on the same I

... ,. nights of the week. 1
bd
w a s no electric power > <*;* ,"! : ,
I
} those adults for
.. :VS .1.1t Only entering
supplied to Martin County fifty '* ; the first time this school year, or
\ '
,
years ago when The Stuart News ; : those' registering for a new course
1IIiI was born, but there certainly is iltko."I will he requested to register. for I I

; MI. today. I ,. .: the second semester,
Southern Utilities Company 'j'
The following adult centers will
JJ signed i the first ten-year franchise h... f r ? s. !& $ 't'.,:_,* be conducting courses for the

I with the Town of Stuart in 1916 9 '' ''' ',' ts second semester: Martin County
R : At that time there were only 500) ;( irr t High School, Stuart Training i I
i
f
; t residents in the community. School, Warfield Elementary, In-
Hours of operation of the first \ : : diantown: Booker Park, Indian- ,
;
'o .
I MRS. I.. M. BEYER shown at the first( Beyer's restaurant at Stuart plant were f 6 p.m. to midnight, except : .'' ,t 1. \ ; town: Hobe Sound Elementary,

'in 1923 Early day pioneers, sho and her husband came to Palm on Tuesdays when the plant :;.&>} r ., ."" .>t; 1 Dunbar School, Hobe Sound; Port

City before the turn of the century and he was in the livery bust- started operating at I p.m. to allow .: i j : \ ;/: Salerno Elementary, and Carver s

ness there housewives to do their weekly 1 I. '.. Gardens, Port Salerno s 1
1 Ironing. There will be no special nights 1I I

,.' According to John M. Law Jr.. ;, A. "p ', ......C ; I set aside for the purpose of regis I

1 ,. j :. ": ."- who has been district manager of -, r< : ",. I tering. You mav check the center 4rl
"
the Swart district for Florida Pow : where you plan to attend the instructor -
} and Light Company since May, .. of the course, or E. B.
er ft 'I" (1.
.A'j' 1939, succeeding the late P. P I..II>... '.. :I- Jwa! J'l'J" Horton, county director for adult
education, at AT 7-2107( AT 7.
"deMoya, the first electric power < ; ;:::;: or r
was supplied by steam turbinesat 0291. before Jan. 1 16.

), the company's Flagler/ Avenue IIIIS WAS the early steam-turbine electric light plant at Stuart I. .MII _... s

plant
Now conies to Stuart bya lion near ( Martin County Trailer
power Holiday
grid transmission system front It was increased from 841 in 1936; I r'I

:t'j. plants at Cutler Miami and Miami company's in 1939; 3,000) in 1949; 7,- '
Beach, Port Everglades" Oania tricity during Park News Notes '
I aw StyIInd In 1962 to an estimated II,- i 'I
Riviera Bench Sanford, !Palatka
't7j. the end of 1963.
the with
war (
OJ < Sarasota and Fort Myers, and an kilowall'u '
/ eleventh plant is under con lrIlC' ami Beach, Stuart area now has forty- By MARGE CARMAN I II
:
.. ; 'if. >1 planlH. All employes, compared with six
I .- '
.
: :;
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:4\
\ added since. and an annual payroll of .t''
total $250,000( and $300,000) ) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stritchwere

THE FREIGHTER "Elizabeth" was left high and dry on the Junior Women creased from ( ) } put buck into the com I pleasantly surprised by the I 11\1
1\
ocean beach south of the House of Refuge by1 the 193} Hurricane to 2,398,000( unexpected arrival on New Vear"l
day of their son, John and his
+
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-
re f : Plan Fish FryMembers -- wife Agnes, from Long Island, des.r "
.. .
'>1 iJ'> N, Y. They returned home Saturday -
; '" '.,' Consider Size Figure Personality 1 afternoon.
'i .. ) : of Stuart's J" n i o rWoman's Mr. and Mrs George Sussman I

( arrangements Club for are their making second final annual Before Buying Even Sales ClothingBy hosted their long Island friends

ft.. hospital benefit. residing in the park on New Year's r

This year the event will be a Eve.Mr
IURTIIBURm'lF, trends should be adapted to and Mrs. Sam Sheldon have
: fish fry on Friday" Feb 7, at the your
been ill and are confined to their
;;; J, Woman's Club. Fried fish baked Home Di'iuonslrutlon Agent needs. mobile home. i
f beans, cole slaw hush puppies and Before you make a purchase, Mrs. entertaineda t ,
Ivy Thompson
rolls, coffee, tea and home-made January clothing sales !soon will look searchingly into the mirror ,
.. i. vx... a.. a rs, cake will be served indoors from !beckon. As you shop, study! tale (a full-length mirror, please), and group, to usher of friends out the on old New Year'aEve and -.J I

:' tL 4:30: until 8 p.m. styles to be sure they are really study your mirror image both in.till.lifc to greet the new. year #

: ....> t .f ". { Proceeds from the dinner will :1 becoming to you and in motion. Mrs. Bertha Schnabel Is In the ., 1\\
unit Ask -
three r
be used\ for the pediatrics at yourself questions:
It i in Clothes can enhance the woman I I Is the of the really Martin Memorial Hospital having
( ) dress
: t ; Martin Memorial Hospital. design We wish r
needed And your sale purchases can I suitable for ? Does the undergone major surgery.
b th-k \1 anticipated that some equipment me ((2)) .i
: : \ will be enhance It all color become me, and will it fit for her a speedy recovery. .,..ace.-. ... ..' ... ,- .m... ... .. .... _
;
purchased. your appearance.
and Mrs G McDuff of
4& ;; f" the club contributed in with wardrobe? ((3) Is the Mr : .i ; ; :;;u. ;tews'
Last )
:? .. { > year depends on the lines, colors silhouettes my New Jersey! are occupying the mOo TIMES in past six years has receivedthe
drive. fabric. and workmanship '
ttt ; $1,000 I ( ) to the hospital's fund texture garment "
and textures you choose. bile home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles top Florida Press Association award as "Florida's Best Weekly
: used in the reno- suited! to its intended use?
!
e This amount was "
'. d' ali Costigan while they are visiting The 1963 above.
vaton of the pediatrics section of First of study and recognize If the design enhances yourgood Newspaper[ trophy pictured
s friends in Colombia, South Amer-
tho old building. Recently, draperies your clothing "type. Are you features and minimizes your
'''f': f.f'I. were furnished for the thre dainty and petite tall and! svelte, weak points, your choice is wise. fca.Mr and Mrs. Harold Mountain Sincere Thanks to Everyone
or a happy-medium and! shape?
.q. rooms in the pediatrics section. Color should be suitable for your
have arrived from Toronto, Ontario
beIng Consider your sire, your figure and size and for the occasion.
Hospital gowns are presently age
Canada. and will reside in
and your personality to determine From Stuart NewsIt
made for children. A final decision on the suitability Staff of
.t: I their mobile home for the remainder -
Tickets may be purchased from your type.Then of fabric texture and work of the ,
season.The
Ii club member or may be obtained be wise enough to stay manship requires careful consid !
any of the park Ray was not possible for us toi People are history and people t
manager I+I
t by culling! either AT 7.22811 away from fashions that emphasize eration. Read garment labals and .
41 11 Cooke, who is also mayor of Stuart make this edition "everything thatit make a newspaper. Here is the
$1 I weaker features, if the If
or AT 70871. Tickets cost your even inspect garment thoroughly.
made New staff of Jan.
has a flying trip to The Stuart News on
,_ for children the fashion is the latest and still have ask could have been"
:1 75 style
for adults and cents you !some questions
: York City on officu.l. business. 9, 1964, each of whom helped to
irresistible bargain. Fashion the sales for assistance. and time limitations I
an
kr person Among those who visited the Space prevented I produce this Fiftieth AnniversaryEdition
Dixie Mobile Home Show in Fort us from listing and! telling I :

.. '" Pierce were Mr. and Mr. Clifford about the many public spirited : Gordon B. Lockwood, publisher
r ':'ft :':; e'":, >;' :. .' !I ?Ina. ;)JI '. .lifui. 'ft1 vu Campbell, Mr and Mrs. 1. citizens who held various public ; news staff: Ernest F. Lyons ed.

'\ k'< 'J ,,:jl ....,,,! Ruppel Mr and Mrs F. W. Car. offices through the yean-such : itor; Miss Mary Lindsay, society

: I : ; IJ ;. man, Mr and Mrs. Charles Benson as our county judges legislators, editor and photography; B. J.

1>1' Mr. and Mrs. Charles linde. tax assessors, collectors und clerks (Bunny) Abbott and Raymond Me-
'
,' f man Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ovens, through the years, not to mentionall I Clure, reporters; advertising staff:
"5 kM Mr. and Mrs. William Pries. Joseph those who served as city commissioner Laron H. Cain, advertising manager .
Mueller Mr. and !Mrs. William *. ; R, W. Sharkey and James
111'{ 1w Schulz and Mr and Mrs. Charles I
t q" eudr In fact we found ourselves "up Ovcrton advertising salesmen;
Knudson.' over our ears" covering what we shop: Wendell F. Orr mechanical
y4l i r \ did cover, with emphasis on the superintendent; Charles M. Knud
l f'' r 4Qq __ 1 f4 ? ;t\,\ 11 11rj' r Duplicate Bridge pioneer past. son operator-machinist; Dalton
In W. Anderson and Thomas H.Strum,
signalizing fifty continuous
PSLA
il
Opens at
years of publication: of this newspaper printer-pressmen; Larry Brown, ;
t operator; Richard McHardy, ster-
__ w* said little about the
new series of duplicate bridge
Donald L. Gutelius,
; I eotyper; proof
of today It is
newspaper
a good
games started at the Port St. Lu- reader; Mrs. Esther Foster, circulation
t ? .e. cie Country Club on Monday, newspaper In the past six years 1 manager; Sirs Laura B. Stuck-
under the present ownership, it
Jan. 6.The
has been judged "Florida's Best ey, bookkeeper; Mrs. Pearl Jcvda,
open competition sanctioned Jan. Icyda and Mn. Helen Henson -
by the American Contract Weekly Newspaper" four year '
f'AIRS. Bridge League will be held at the and missed that award by just a mail room.
t Terrace Room at the clubhouse' I few points the other two years.

w each Monday! at 8 p.m. This edition we believe which : Mr. and Mrs. George Bentley
I
r'c 'd is the largest ever published in Stuart Barton and! lUj htcrs, Sharon and

KAPPA fittingly/ marks what The Linda, of Bridgeboro, N. J., spent '
r .a ;. 7...., MEETS JANUARY: U art News is today I the holidays with; Mr, and Mrs ,
Tau Chapter of Dct| We art deeply grateful ill Jack Whiticar, Port Sewall.
Kim &to
THE BIG FREEZE of 1895 No. it was "The Big Hail" of Feb. 19. 1934. which left sit inches to a Stu'j I They
t Gamma II hold a luncheon meet. helped make this edition also! went to the! Everglades and
tt. JAMES WINTER, a Sunday school teacher In Stuart's foot of icp on Stuart's streets. Some of the hailstones were as big as golf balls. It was the heaviest bail- ing at the Fort Pierce Hotel on and extend our sincere Miami Beach for several days. u,

early lays I fall ever recorded locally. Jan. 11 at 12:15: p.m. all who assisted I Barton is Mrs. Whiticar's brother







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50TH ANNIVERSARY: EDITION" TIn: sTt RT (Hor'da) \T'T59 Thursday. Janoary 9, 1964 7Ai
.

The Woman's Missionary Society TOPIC for Jan 1 I.1. What la the IIRSF rR.SR\'UtU\"II.: WrOVAfrSMiitfdmn NrfNM9Es .

, Scientists Celebrating 'Golden Jubilee9To humncia and program meeting Relationship Between Thoughtand I I'ine take IMte I Hall, Britt Road tthu""ay
the I
will he held TnpMkty mornintit Body
9 a.M., worship! service; 10 im. 7' 10 P m Theocratic
: 10:.Ul nt the church those ut> .
.
Ml ,.
School. H
tending should take. aundwiehesIV M. MARY'SThursAiy 11't'\OI'\L church school ictt**** for allaet I Ministry p.m." servkia
culminate observance mealing Theme ;Speaking
of I Mills Mid.. Pay TaOttr 1 >; II am. worship service:
their Cioklen Jubilee Ye r. and to Bwty Jim. 9: 9 ..m.? Holy (]od's Word' With HoldncMSund
( 'tales: Mill meet immediately fol I ft p.m.. Young People! Fellowship .
honor completion ot Sunday long the general" meeting The Eucharist; 9:10 a.m.. healing ."' ,iv d, p in.. publi. discourse
school to the church Christian "Are Nicked' Mislcndm"
wind 4 (irctc, will have a lee. itnirits
Scirrrtwti in Stuart will holdan \mipat Wednesday evening choir prnc the NlltIOn1; Is I pm BihlHiK4y .
in the .
cowered dish nipper meeting Friday fan 10: 3 p.m.. iFS
open house on Sunday afternoon taco. 7:30.The with aid ul I Watchtower
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:
The
church himtment at 6: (n. .
SllturdllY, Jan. II: 10 a.m.. hmii
Jan. 12 from < in theme' for
to' the I IXibbtrlv Circle will meet in the annual oongrcigirfionHl: meeting : Victory (JlWo/
Sunday !school at 724 East Ocean tf >r choir: I II I a.m. children confirmation Rn Over Her Ancient I tMondiy :
home member" 8
ol a at Tuesday will be held Jan.
on Siindtiy.
7..U It
Boulevard and at the downtown evening The C henib and C'arolehoirs elms : ) |tm
reading 282 Flagler Avenue '12 at 6:10: pm A covered dish theme: "Hil h. Jehovnh
room will rehearse at the church Sundii)', tan 12: 7:10) a.m"
Members of the Sunday school "ue'il111uftemof' at .*:10. Holy Eucharist; 915;: I a.m.. Family supper will \be served\. to Judah" After Miraculous
staff and Circles 2A and :2R! will stain,
meet
rending room committee on
Fikhamt and Simfci\' school; ; I II I Assemble nt H"N
will greet Visitors, and all persons All \lSI'S' EPlS: ('OP.IL and sermon Tiwsdjv' Jan 14 At I pm at the Kingdom
am morning prayer I participation in field .
'iniilfryi.
interfiled in the Sunday
viewing new Jensen Beach "
school and visiting The reading Monday Jan I I.*: 7'tI: ) p.m., I ruvmo of Mrs 11. C. Patterson' urd-iy and Sund\ room are invited to attend Thursday. Jan 9: 10 am? Holy vestry meelintl.Wcdnc'klll The co-hostexw lire Mrs J. W d.I.9 1IR1.i ,( !
Communion Intention: Fix the ly. Jan I 15!;: 1pm.. JosKn nnd Mrs Kenneth Biker -- '" .'
Those welcoming for the Sun missionary work of the church. I children's confirl11l1t1on class; 7'.M 11r.m. ) : (inle 1 will meet on Tuesday' Savings hanks hold SIR,: ()(fjA;:

day school include: Ernest L. p.m.. curd party: confirmation j ? adult confirmation class. sensor i Ian I 14.11 N p.m at the home ol (000.(XX!) in mortgage loans in\10IVi;; ,
Smith superintendent; and Mrs fie disses 4 r.n? children; 8pm.adults .. choir Mrs li>siph' l.ree n len Ing 7_ .()(Mfdn1lhc'---'j k
John Drag lear Miss Winifred Ashley, Mrs '[ 1.
Fridiv )..1110: 6am,., Holy
Tlhcl Cohan Mrs Mary Blakely, +tr
Mrs J. Whitfield, Mrs Chester Communion, \\illiaiii I I.lIIllI. bishop
Homan Mrs William R Zilmer, w Intention: For the One, !Holy, THURS.-FRI. E X01, E5i Hi IELSATURDAY

and Mrs Julian L. Brannan, teach- Catholic and Apostolic (hurch

ers Those greeting for the read Saturday, Jim. I II I: 10 a.m.. chub
ing room will include Mrs Henry dren s confirmation dust

B. McCloud librarian Mrs Fred 1 Jin 12. first Sunday after

Garth. assistant librarian and Mrs Epiphany' : 7:30 a.m.. Holy Communion .
Norman E. Ihyter, Mrs Emmy SUNDAY SC1IOOIMG COMPLETION BFINO IIONORFI ; 9 am? Family (Common I 1
I
Marling Mrs Charles Grecnl .. _. i Ion: II am morning prayer
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Mrs Edward Mipp, Mrs William Monla)', Jan 13: 6 p.m. DISCOUNTJSJES.
Towers, Mrs. Alma Randall, and Jan. 8. Every member of the chap be\ a WSCS executive meeting at I1RST \P1tsr luck upper followed by rol'l
Mrs Joseph Robinson el should be present and take an I 10 a.m. Pnscilli Circle will meetat Stuart parish meet 1 inn.

Other church officers and members active part in carrying on the the home of Mrs. Herbert Wednesday through Friday classes Tuesday. Jin 14 St. Hilary I STUART SHOPPING CENTER
will assist where needed to business of the chapel. The budgetfor Thayer The Matrons Class will bishop: 7 a.m.. Holy
will continue "The I letterto
make the occasion an outstanding the new year will he presented hold its regular meeting on Intention: For the c."l1muniln'l
event for the church and the community for approval at this meeting the Ephesuins" Rev J. W. M ir- Anniversary of his ordmution I I

The chapel gave more than 1MMVN RIVER !son j is t teaching the morning class pm. All Sumts Guild: hostesses. I.
Since 1963 marks the fiftieth twice as much for foreign missions UNITARIAN .Ml.: LOU SHIP from 9:10( until I 11 I and !Mrs JohnN Mrs W. Nillor and Mrs W. Klim.

anniversary of the <<:ihlishmentof through the Lottie Moon offering Meetings: Community Center, Hudson i is teaching the evening 10 Gal. PLASTIC TRASH CAN
Christian Science activity in the this year than, was given list t year. 742 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce class from 7 until K:30. FIRST CHURCH Of. CHRIST I

Stuart area this celebration take This money goes directly to the Beach. Dr. William J. Arms, mmistcr The Chancel and Youth choirs StltNmr:
on a double meaning, as erection foreign mission\ fields without any will rehearse immediately follow Fast Ocean Blvd, Stuart

of the Sunday school wing completes deductions. But even with anticipat Sundiy Jan 12: Fellowship ng Bble study on Wednesday eve- Sunday morning service lit It I I lore's the household \nine of the year!

the present building program. ed increase in gifts over the con school, 10 a.m. Fellowship services nmg 1.csson'sermon subject: Jan. I 12:!. This molded
In addition to the Sunday school vention, we still will be far shortof 7:30: p.m. Dr. Arms subject I Sunday: morning at the 810: Sacrament" w. heavy gauge! plastic trash

quarters, the wing includes tworeaders' supplying the many needs on will h e Thomas Pume\Vhere and t 11 I worship services. ('h iplum Sunday school 11 1 I a.m. Nursery I can was nude to sell for almost triple
rooms and a nursery all the continent and among the. Liberty is Not There is My Home" John N. Hud... on provided.
The reading room which is a many nations where our missionaries "The Cry of Awakened Souls" Wednesday Testimonial meeting III II+ I this price It's odorless, unbreakable
II
unit maintained, by all Christian are working osnOI.SIRnT: : At the evening worhirlour.\ ut 8 p.m U and leakproof and of course, it uon't
Science churches, is located in the 1 he goals suggested \by the lead- SOUl IURS: Muiionisr 7:45, the topic of his message will Reading Room: 282 Flnglcr Ave I Ih

Dehon Building and operated bya ership of the chapel challengeeach Sunday school will begin at he "The Universal Prison." nue: Monday through Friday, 10 h !! Ii rust or corrode

librarian and assistant i! librarian. member to do more for 945 with Rev. Charles Ben The\ Sunbeams and GAs will a.m., 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.II1..1, I
: am
It is open to the public at convenIent Christ m 64 than ever before Attendance nell in charge meet at the church Monday ut 12:30: p.m. I, l ,
weekday hours. with literature goals are better than 25 The Lords Supper will be observed 3:30.: At 6:30: the men' Brotherhood Christian Science radio program, I 'I
and library facilities available per cent above average attendance this Sunday morning at the will hive. a covered dish supper "The Bible Speaks! to You" maybe 11 I p
as well as a separate room m 1963 and the members of the Rev meeting in the church buse heard over \VSfU Stuart '

maintained for quiet study. chapel hope to increase and improve worship Durward service H. Knight The.pul Jr., will<1r. bring meat with! }. C'. Anthony., host, U10 kc at 7:15: p.m.. MondaysCurtfsMathes "' I
facilities for the folk of the COMPARE
An illustrated brochure, called ----- -- - I II
the i
Tifty Years of Progress, 1913- Palm City community. message 1
Pastor office hours will be held I
1963," vas published by the. CONGREGATIONAL each Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.ntat I !,I i II I AT $2,49
church this year and gives a historical the church. ,

sketch of the orgaiwation The Bible Union Church, East Prayer service I is held each Wednesday .
Among highlights are the follow- Ninth Street Palm City convenes night at 7:30 and is under
ing: The first Christian Science church school at 9:45 am with the direction of Rev. Charles Bennett
services in this locality were heldin Judson Minear, superintendent .
the home of Mr. and Mrs Edward ....-. .
Morning worship is at 11. ....._ 1
Mapp! on the South Fork, of Rev Lawrie J. Sharp, the minister SXIFRNO SOUTHERNMETIIODISI' --"u" :' \ Jou oao o
the St Lucie River in 1912 13, will preach: the sermon themeIs .
when the only transportation was "What Have You to Give'"" 3 ,
by boat The Mapps are still active The pastor will bring the message
i members of the church. Gatherings ] There will be consecration and at the 9:30: worship serviceon SELF.STACKINGtAlror/

I j at their home continued until installation of church officers for Sunday morning The Lord's trAClAb

, 1918, when the firatmeeting. were -- Supper will also he observed +41Fs t tI .; .. +. SAYl1 4a11A/J
held at the home of J. R. Pom Small children are cared for in Sunday school will he held fol. I UMIGMA11/ f
' then a School teacher For the kindergarten room during the lowing the worship service at II
mar organization of a !society was hour of worship I 10:45 a.m., under the direction of s I

completed in 1922, and one of the Sunday evening at 6, the Junior Winston Woodson i I eer/ MANY US Ia 4I
readers in the early days was Youth Fellowship will meet. Olfi- I Fpworth l I.eigucs/! for all age I 1Haeuatnour a!
Mrs. Gertrude Whitfield of Port Cervelect will he installed by the groups are held each Sunday eve. I MI
Salerno Mill an active memberof pastor Visitors welcome. fling at 6:30. There is a class for I

the church. The Women Fellowship will each age group. I I I Ii
I The will bring a I
The church services were held meet tit the church on Wednesday, I from the pastor fifteenth, t chapter message of I i I A aJAl0,1
in various locations through the Jan 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. I '
I Corinthians this Sunday night.Prayer ,1
years until 1941-42. when the new I Sewing In the morning. A programat service is held each I
church on East Ocean Boulevardwas I 1 1:30: p.m. wili be led by Mrs ,I Wednesday at the church at 7:30: I
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built i 1 and paid for Sam Jessie Moschell, on Stewardship' p.m. We urge all members und \
builder of the
Matthews, veteran
friends to be in attendance at this
area was the contractor architecture -I FIRST MFTIIOOIST lC"ice. .' V Men's Fine Qualify Canvas
of the building being classicin Stuart

design with impressive pillars Wednesday Jan 8: Chancel HI:DFFMrRIUTIIFRAN:
at the entrance/ Dedication ceremonies choir rehearsal l will he at the The WestchesterThis
were held Feb 28. 1943, Worship se"lceevery Sunday DECK
Twenty years later the Sunday church at 7:30: p.m. morning at 10:30: at Redeemer
school win? was finished and paid Thursday, Jan 9: Persia Circle Lutheran Church. East Ocean

for, and the grounds attractively will meet at the home of Mrs. Boulevard, with i Sunday school beautiful .
landscaped James hley of Palm G. C. Whrticar at 9:30: a.m.; official and Bible class preceding at 9:15 consolette SHOES

Beach, a former Sunday school board meeting at 7:30: p.m.at crafted in
pupil and church member and the church amEach Sunday morning at 9 on
son of Mrs. Leon Ashley of Stuart On Friday, Jan 10. there will Channel 4, and at 9:30: on Chan. genuine i oiled
I was the architect for this ad be a joint meeting of the WSCS nel 5, the Lutheran C hurch'i "ThisIs IG 9
dition. and the Wesleyan Service Guildat I the Life" program can be seen American walnut
8 The influence of Chris. Itas" t''r i4f
p.m. positive a !
the
1953
In organization changed
-
: 30" 29ih
n from a society to a branch Sunday, Jan 12: Worship services tian home upon a nine'year-old w, ,
will be held at .8:4.5: and I 11 l child will be dramatized in this "
and became known 16 d.
church as
9 First Church of Christ. Scientist, a.m. with the pastor, Rev, Walter week' episode, entitled "A Test % i
D. Jessup, delivering the sermon for ."
Stuart, Fla., thus making it one Tommy Model 199-23
I The Church school will be heldat "Sons of God" is the subject of
'I of Mother the Church many branches The First of Church 10 a.m. Dr. Oswald Hoffman address this .. ."

! of Christ, Scientist t, I in Boston, The Junior and Senior MYF week on the Lutheran Radio Hour, WHOLE PICTUUBINCOLOI
r Mass will meet this Sunday, Jan 12, at which can be heard each Sunday SEE; THE N

6 p m., for a sandwich supper and evening at 7:10 over W TU.
sub-dmtrict program. The 'meeting Wednesday evening the Ladies'
PALM CITY BAPTIST :
r will be field at the church on Guild will meet at the church at 8.

I The Royal Ambassadors of the Indiantown Road. Rev Warren Saturday morning at 9, junior Outstanding quality, American made
chapel meet every Monday at W Willis, the Florida Conference confirmation class; and junior choirat
445: with Leslie Kmtlberg director of youth work, and Dick II, footwear with comfort cushioned in.

and Henry Lira directing their activities Wills, the Florida Conference MYF Sunday evening at the church soles and sponge cushioned arch. The
All boys between nine and president will present the program the January I LLL Family Night begins r
seventeen are invited to come and Churches from the the en- at 6, with a family-style meal heavy rubber soles are strongly,! rein.

.\ visit and get acquainted with the tire North West Palm BeachSubDistrict the educational topic will be forced for extra long wear. White.
counselors and the RA program. will be represented! "Christian Anxiety; and the en

All folks interested in learning Bring your own sandwich The tertainment will be something special
God Word Invit- drinks will be provided. All for all
more about are young to enjoy.
ed to attend the study of Ephe- people of the church aged thir Our church is open( every day R I I Men's Shorts and Briefs
sians.. Monday through Wednesday teen through twenty-one, are Invit for meditation and prayer, and
I from 7'30 to 9 each eve- ed to attend the rose display garden is in full }
nmg The letter from God to His Monday, Jan 13: Ruth Circle bloom now The public a invited in
Comfort shorts assorted
people is one of the most wonderful will meet at the home of Mrs Gil a cut cotton

writings in the most wonderful Cavanaugh at 8 r.m. The mens ST. 30SEPlt OLIC .. colors and patterns. Sanforized for betterfit

] book the Bible. prayer group will in the Sunday Masses: 7, 9 and I 11 I am
and lasting comfort. Boxer or Gripper
The regular monthly business church at 7 am MtJOV" .1 I
Week-day Maws' : 8:30: am, .
meeting will be held Wednesday, Tuesday, Jan. 14: There will Monday through Friday; 7:30 a.m. ,;; style. Cotton knit briefs are action designed

ttxtert IIKeKKr snug support.
C.2 The Holy Name Society w III When they send tall blond YOU \,
a you a ,
I
!a ARE YOU GIVING YOUR CHIL. meet Thursday, Jan. 9 at 7:45 I t and leg bands for comfort and trim appear. .

DREN TOO MUCH YET NOT \ p.m. in the meeting room. All SEE A TALL BLOND If she wears a I r ance.
the and all :
men of parish, winter \
ENOUGH? visitors are invited to attend hat YOU SHE A PURPLE HAT! ..
purple
will be Family I 59c
Sunday Holy I Compare at
, .,= 'Ih.......::.:..ZSSSZUKi: :. ZZ&: :S2LT: I JrA.a.t...,e':: Sunday. All members of the parish ,
., fI"" ,........_ M.. a ..''rt'.1 ...... .. ,, ....,. MIM t. ..!> .. ti..g I See the whole picture.
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,..., ,,. .... ....rt..1 <...l.. .' tk. KIM' .. tll..,,.. fcr < ...,..... Communion in family groups 4
...."..... T"." ..... .... .".". ...<*. '.. ..* ..*< '.11* 1..r.rMN.t..r i School of religion for high I Get GE Color TV for 449
h.... .....- school students is held every Mon t

Our Sunday School is held! concurrently with our morning church day 7 to 8 p.m.; for elementary as little as . . . dTIr
aervlce from 11:00: to 12:00. Enroll your child thin Sunday school students, grade one through
eight every Saturday, 9:30( to 1 11 I:30

The Christian Science Sunday School of (12 12I am '
Miraculous Medal Novena I is Krauss & Crane Inc. !

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST held Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. .
I I t Discussion Club for adults on
SCIENTIST t .
7:30
Wednesday : p.m.
ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS I
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'724 EAST OCEAN BLVD. I J The parish library h open every w.
Sunday after the 7 and 9 am 993 SOUTH DIXIE: HIGHWAY STUART AT 7-IM7
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I Soil Conservation News Two cases were heard by County ., .fJi'" ? a.

Announced by Judge Evans Crary Jr. in Mar. HOLD YOUR HORSES! N. O. PENNY AND FAMILY. TOURING INDIAN RIVER DRIVE IN 1910.i'T .
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-The Martin-Soil-Conservation-------counties------and Martin----- County too, Audubon SocietyThe tm Joseph County Dubin Court of Tuesday.Evanston, III., *' 'VT'*" :'<1-"..'.,".:,<<'. "k"..' <'"I":": "'" P '.+ ''' ""<" T -, 7:*'",r57 .'..7MMM >.,,." !>' ; 'fl'.,;":',-. '.'!:I' ., ,. ,;.J'e.MYi, :"1 4

was fined $50 or fifty days by a 4',!-, .gy t r \ \ '" n t
Pisufct, with Dean Smiley of In- for 1964. .""" ',, t'p"' ,"'t i" / "x: ',;' 'Iy"
diantown, chairman is preparing The Soil Conservation Service first wildlife program of jury on a charge of speeding. The ,i4; .;" 'YI,. \ t'.1k' .. ," j
Its annual report for 1963. Several office, Stuart, is presently engagedin the Martin County Audubon So defendant returned to Florida from .+ :: !" rrf'irfi .. :f:< .. ,j 'I;.", ;. .; /.;. :
copies of the report will be given conservation range planning for ciety's eighth season has been Illinois to stand trial. He indicatedhe I !ti. I, .' ,/"AJm ::! :...1
to agencies assisting the district WS BAR Ranch; water controlfor scheduled for 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. would consider appealing the a 'b./ .. ,at .l- #J'tt ItIj ., ,
Highlights of the report will be Jack James pasture; drainage 17, at the old Martin County High case.Frank : {\ ,' ..J.l.k\ ..: ".. ,. tf ;, : ,.. -.. '
presented to news media The district at the Hood-Martin Grove speak. School auditorium. Byron of Miami, was I w <... "h''' ,'<; l "'''
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too is preparing its plan of ing contest plans, und wildlife area Howard L. Orians of Madison, found guilty by Judge Crary und ,, "i-; .2'.''' ."""' ...".I'" ;f If /...:'. .'. ,\fO"' "" ;,,' ) JIri, ;II< ,, -.,... I
operations and work schedule for improvements.! fined $75 or fifteen days on a .... ... / 100 J1.
Wis. a nature photographer minister .. ; .. : "" ,
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J J964. Cooperating in these activities ,,'aft T I and superintendent of the charge of violation of right-of-way. .. _. ...._ ... ....... .. ; ... .. ,. ..
are District! Supervisors T F. Southern Wisconsin District of the HM M I M MttMisssssiissssiii ittiissisisss\UMiUiisssttiisssstt
Clements C. W. Senor, W. Hup- School News Evangelical United I I Brethren School Trustees
fcl, J. S. Foster, L. M. Johnson I High Church, will dhow films and lectureon
secretary, and Lee Cason Jr., SCS I the subject "The Land the
technician. Correspondent Glaciers Forgot.1 Will ReorganizeMartin
The U. S. Soil Conservation By JILL RAMBERT
At 3:30: p.m. on the wine dav,
Service office, Stuart is cooperating WU --j he will! conduct a matinee for children l.
with the Martin Soil Conservation entitled, "Who's Hoo In County school trustees!
District, and other federal Nature." will choose a new chairman and
Students
Show
and state agencies in preparing its vice chairman ut a reorganization
1963 Record of Progress, goals Two other programs have been meeting at 7 p.m., Monday ,
and schedules for 1964. scheduled! by the society. On Feb. Jan 13.
Great InterestIn 3: Karl H. Haslowski. a Cincinnati One newly U II" mbr, EarlD.
Shortly I the writer will meet with
Ohio conservationist will
t. Kicou will take his place with
the agricultural stabilization/ and New SchoolGreat conduct a program entitled "Gone I the other trustees, Albert R. Walk
conservation committees in Martin, "
With the Wilderness On March
er present! chairman, and George
Palm Beach, and Broward counties
3, John Taft. of Camarillo Calif., Osborn, vice chairman. ba
to assist then with the transfer is the anticipation of the will show a film and talk. His subject The re-organization will precedethe :4 ta' Y; e
of funds to the Soil Conservation students at MCHS towards moving Is entitled "Land That I of
regular monthly meeting
Service. The service provides tech into the new school. Love."
Martin School
County Board.
nical of assistance to farmer cooperators The many new facilities have TIckets may be obtained in ad- THE OLD BEACH PAVILION, SOCIAL CENTER OF THE PIONEER PERIOD
ASC in the
planning and
the students very interested indeed. vance from Mrs F. W. Hazlc-
application of needed structural All of the new classrooms, 28 Adults Obtain '--'- '. ; '\ '
and some vegetative, conservation! gymnu- wood Route 1 I. Box 16, Stuart, .: : : .
torium and many other conveniences telephone 27-2486; or from M". .
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practices Cost-sharing in the /It : "
application are ultra-modern. : l' ,
Wilbur Forrest
telephone 287- Thru
of certain conservation! Diplomas
Students 'by the scores have offered
practices is available through ASC
their services to the staff
process! of moving. This in itself Trailer
Floyd H. Jones Soil Conservation shows the spirit of a close com
Service, working out of the munity. total of twenty-eight Martin p
Stuart office, will won be confirm. Gutted by FireFire County adults have received high '
ing conservation practice needs for TENNIS PRACTICE STARTS school diplomas through the adult a' tY r

with farmers the and ranchers cooperating Tennis practice got under way of undetermined origin destroyed education program since school C.
agricultural stabilization in
Tuesday uftcrnoon. This years the mobile home of Mr opened September.
Palm and conservation Beach committees in team i is being couched by George and Mr Paul Haubcrt, of Monterey Seven received diplomas in the L x r 1l tr <
and
Uroward
counties. Rcnwick Section, on Friday morning September test class. They were : ,
Farmer requests for cost-sharinj Harry A. Corley, Leona Ferguson a
A large than usual team is expected The trailer was a complete loss.
with conservation practice application for this year and the outlook Damage was estimated at about John V. Granberg, Mary Ann f
<< are being accepted in those I is good 7500. Lowe, Curtis S. Rogers, Floyd V. 's'as

. Row and Ulie J. Young Jr. ;
Neighbors the
----- - -- -- saw smoke pouring Twenty-one out of a class of
,I : out of the trailer and called
aye '
( twenty-five have taken a complete t
; the Palm
City Fire Department.
r \ course since September and graduated -
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Fire Captain Buck Pcndarvis received in December. They are:
"'" : l the cull about 9:15: a.m., Mrs. Lillie Kcaton John O.
r-: and called the County Fire Department Rhodes Arthur Teems Jacqueline

._,nT before he headed for B. Ault, Edwin C Brown Norman -
t, "fi.' 1 rrv" pat t o y, n a Na I the fire. He arrived about seven H. Brubaker Pearlie B.

minutes later and. along with I Clark. Harriet M. Cowham Lor-
I 3I. neighbors and the Hauberts, fought etta B. Johnston, Ruby V. Kirk

I.k" !1 V I the fire. The county truck arrived tarry L. Knight Yvonne M. La-
shortly after the Palm City truck !buff. Ellen J. Lowe Nancy L.
.1I and the fire was extinguished by Pawlak. Marcos R. Polrrtkin. Phyllis -
", I Pendarvis" County Fire Chief John D. Reed. Thomas W. Simmons,

t Filanowski, Dewey Chason, and Esther M. Thomas, Clara M. Ubry,' s v'1wla
I Johnny Raines. Arvie O.: Wilkes and Edward L:

I q R rwa I Both (trucks were at the fire Worden. --.... ,_' d. '.1- ....a s...... 1

II I within eight minutes after receiving THIS WAS THE OLD WALTON IOTEL? ON INDIAN RIVER DRIVE AS IT LOOKED IN J89U P110'10.vs .
JURORS
the call. Neighbors praised the WOULD-BE WOMEN:
quick arrival of the trucks.It !MUSI SIGN AT OFFICE: \ ,.... r J i

I was the first major fire since". OP CIRCUI COURT CLERK 1t ..,." L 'f.:jf ; : ..('i 1 r
the new Civil Defense communications -
Women who wish to serve on \ ). \,' ', ,
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4 center went into operation. ; ''
i 1i the jury must! appear in person : :
:
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at the office of the Circuit Court "f7t
I CIRCUIT COURT CASES clerk to register.A .
(Chancery) recent announcement Mating ,

Charlotte Gail Himes vs. Wil- that any woman desiring to serve
i 1J lard Edward Hiincs' divorce, R. on a jury should contact her
J, Randolph. county commissioner was in error "

Southern Title Research Company according to Dean Tooker, county

I vs. Jimmie King alkla Jimmy attorney.
King and Almetta King his ,: t I
wife, Johnson and SCHOOL SEMESTERENDS : .' .
I possession : '
\ Heller. 'I : FRIDAY, JAN. 17 I'

I 4 Frankie Winona Abbott vs. Van : The first! semester at all Martin
Lee Abbott, divorce, T. C. Houk County school ends at the close
of school on Friday Jan. 17 ,
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On Jan. 20 there will be a workshop '. "
: .4 YAND111S1- 1 REPORTEDAI : ea a
MIKPARD: PARK exclusively for teachers. Report .
I cards will be out on Jan. 21
y Pi Fifty-five dollars worth of dam. :

age to benches in Shepard Park I During the holidays Mr. and
was estimated by Patrolman Harry Mrs. L. Brainerd Stratton of Bern
I J. Barnes on Sunday, after h. I'I hards Bay N. Y., and Rio, entertained .
had investigated a report turnedin at a punch party for their _
by Newt Chase, guests Mr. and Mrs. Frederick

I JIFA GROUP MigruMilt, and their daughter Bar.
1 : bara, of Bdldwinsville, N. Y
( a j TO MEET AT SUNRISE INNI Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. k ;4t!

: I I The Mental Health Associationof J. Williams, Rio; Mr S. J. Kohl.
d Martin County will meet on man and Mill! Virginia Kohlman
Thursday, tan 9, at noon at the New York City; Mr. and Mrs.

Sunrise! Inn Key Club. All members -I Phillip Quick. New Jersey and A CRANE on a railroad was used to build the North Jetty at St. Lucio Inlet back in 192627. I
I are asked to bring Christmas Clifford and Robert DuJiouo and
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Federal Reserve Bank Stock. . . 33,000.00 10988364.60
GOOD PLACE TO BANK Land . . .. .. . .. .. .. ... 75,000.00
Banking I louse. ... .. ... . .I .. 428,505.82
T D. Hudson DIRECTORS Furniture and Fixtures. .. .. .,I.. ...I 152,484.87
President z Parking Lot. . I. .. .. .. ..,.. .. .. 10,726.01
David B. Irons D.S.1 Hudson D.S. I Hudson, Jr. Loans and Discounts. .. .. .:.. ....". ..,. 8311345.87
Executive Vice President David B. Irons John M. Law, Jr. Others Assets I... .. .. ,... .... .. ... 64,632.00
D. S. I Hudson! Jr. J. W. Ordway\ C.P.TrowbridgeEvans S%', ':
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\' Dale M. Hudson Capital Stock .. ...I.. .. . . .. *'''If. :$ 600,000.00
\ Vice President ... )1 _" ', ., '--. Surplus . .. .. ..',*... .. ... . .'',- 550,000.00
I, I. i i Carrie Belle Law .. 'k'' /I:i."(,: Undivided Profits.i.'. .. .... .. ... :',', 125,000.00Reserves
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Wildlife ProgramIs '10 APPEAL: CONVICTION ,"
I Soil Conservation NewsThe a .. ak I" m.;
Two cases were heard by Coun-
Announced by ty Judge Evans Crary Jr in Martin HOI DOUR HORSES! N. O. PENNY AND FAMILY TOURING INDIAN RIVER DRIVE IN 1910.A .

M County Court lucsday.

Audubon Joseph Duhin of Evanston III., "f p'rM d".t, e 4 la C set
The Martin Soil Conservation counties and Martin County too, Society ,
District, with Dean Smiley of In. for 1964. was fined $50 or fifty days by a J
diuntown, chairman, is preparing The Soil Conservation Service The first wildlife program of jury on a charge of speeding The *JbHLHMte&& -*
,lU' annual report for 1963 Several office, Stuart, Is presently engaged the Martin County Audubon Society defendant returned to Florida from w
copies, of the report will be givento In conservation range planning for 's eighth season has been Illinois! to stand trial He indicatedhe
agencies assisting the district WS BAR Ranch; water controlfor scheduled for II p.m., Friday, Jan. would consider appealing the ,.i,' '.
Highlights of the report will be Jack James pasture; drainageat 17, at the old Martin County High caseFrank
presented to news media. The distract the Mood-Martin Grove, speuk-: School auditorium. Byron of Miami, was 3 Sp ESB*
is preparing its plan of ing contest plans, and wildlife area Howard L Orians of Madison, found guilty by Judge Criry und f .;.' *
at''s fined $75 or fifteen days on a
and work schedule for improvements Wis., a nature photographer minister a re's
1964 J Cooperating In these! activities ......... ..17. -- and superintendent of the charge of violation of ght-of-way a a wn yr' h "" W ""
are District Supervisors T. F. Southern Wisconsin District of the

Clements, C. W Smor, W Hup. School News Evangelical United I Brethren School Trustees !
fcl, J. S. Foster, L M Johnson High Church, will show films and lectureon s
secretary, and Lee Cuson Jr., SCS the subject, "The Land the I r
CorrespondentBy
technician Will 3ia
Glaciers Forgot"At ReorganizeMartin '
The U. S. Soil Conservation' JILL RAMBERTStudents M sr?a
,30 n m on the same day sy
Service office, Stuart, is co-opcr "II -4 he l conduct; t a matinee: for children : school ,
acing with the Martin Soil Conner County trustees
entitled, Whoi Hoo In
will choose chairman and
a new /
vation District, and other federal "
Show Nature 1
vice chairman x y !
In its at a reorganization! a. yyyI
and state
1963 Record agencies of preparing Two other programs have been meeting at 7 p.m., Monday ,
goal
Progress
schedules! by the society On t-cb Jan I 13On .
and schedules for 1964. Great InterestIn 1. Karl H. Haslowski. a Cmeinnatl n4l ly-eI\lltll" nutntfwr" Earl +i uA'j sAr? M, r-r p+G.a"r'.' A ptvq
Shortly. the writer wIll meet with) / Ohio, conservationist. will D. Rcou, will tike his place with
the agricultural stabilisation und conduct a program/ entitled/ "Gone the other trustees, Albert R. Walkcr .
conservation committees in Martin, New SchoolGreat With the Wilderness." On March' prevent chairman, and George
Palm Beach, and Broward countiesto / 3, John Tuft of Camarillo/ Calif/ ? Oshorn, vice chairman/ 'Iv
assist t them with the transfer is the anticipation of the will show a film and talk. Ids subJect The re-orgam/ition/ Mill precedethe v C ; a
of funds to the Soil Conservation/ student at MCHS toward movIng is entitled, 'land That J J reguliir monthly meeting of
Service. The service provides technical into the new school. love." Martin County School Board
assistance/ to farmer cooperators The many new facilities have Ticket may he obtained in advance TilE OLD BEACH PAVILION, SOCIAL CENTER Ot THE PIONEER PERIOD

of ASC in the planning and the students very interested Indeed. from Mrs. F. W. Ha/le- .
application of needed structural All of the new classrooms, gymna- wood Route I I. Box 16, Stuart, 28 Adults Obtain rs ter'S. ,7 ..i4f" :

and some vegetative, conservation torium and many other convenIences telephone 287.2486: or from Mrs. ., :'' 'j
practices Cost sharing in the application ultra ,modern. '
are Wilbur Forrest, telephone 287- Diplomas Thru
of certain conservation
Students by the scores have/ of. 3540
practices is available through ASC ,,' 1;
feted their services to the stuff ,
committees to farmers and ranch and help in the involved Adult ProgramA "
en proc facultlto This in itself Monterey Trailer ,
Floyd H Jones, Soil Conservation shows the spirit of a close com
Service, working out of the munity total of twenty.eiLht! Martin
Stuart office, will soon be confirm Gutted by FireFire County adults have received high a 7 3'
ing conservation (practice needs for TENNIS PRACTICE STARTS school diplomas through the adult
farmers und ranchers cooperating Tennis under of undetermined des education program since school
practice got way origin 5
with the agricultural stabilization/ Tuesday afternoon This years troyed the mobile home of Mr opened in September
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and conservation committees In earn I is being coached by George and Mrs Paul Haubcrt, of Monte- Seven received diplomas in the f.'j S r
Palm Beach and Broward counties!>. Renwick. rey Section: on Friday morning(. September test class They were : v ::
Farmer requests for cost sharing Harry A. Corley, Leona Ferguson
A (large than usual team Is ex- The trailer was a complete loss.
with conservation practice application John V Granberg, Mary Ann s !
paled for this year und the out. Damage was estimated/ at about 't i
are being accepted in those look is good $7.500. Lowe, Curtis S. Rogers, Floyd V. bu
Row and Ulie J. Young Jr
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-------- -- n saw pouring Twenty-one out of a class of
a ", out of the trailer and called have taken
i.U twenty-five / a completecourse
r ". : the Palm City Fire Department. and
r / since September graduated
t ar. Fire Captain Buck Pendirvis received in December They are:
.. the cull about 915: a.m. I Mrs Lillie Keaton, John O
i and called the County Fire Department i Rhodes Arthur Teems Jacqueline -

( before he headed for B. Ault, Edwin. Brown Norman -
t >>! '''11 '\\\' M'" ,+ rwe the fire. He arrived about seven I H. Brubaker Pearlie B.
':. s mi minutes liter and along with I t Clark. Harriet M Cowham, Loretta flkr!'! t > wg
a.1'; neighbors and the luberts. fought B. Johnston, Ruby V Kirk,
I" 'JA: i.t. i M"q the fire The county truck arrived Larry L.I Knight Yvonne M, La-
f' -. ,. shortly after the Palm City truck, baff, [lIelJ.. Lowe, Nancy L.
1 f'' and the fire was extinguished by Pawluk. Marcos R Polri kin, Phyllis -
'" Pend:irvis. County Fire Chief JohnFihnovtskl D. Reed Thomas W. Simmons,
: Dewey Chuson, and Esther M Clara M Ubry,
t T Johnny Raines. Arvic Ci, ilks'a Edward L

L R Both trucks were at the fire Worden

f7J within eight/ minutes after receiving IIIIS WS THE OLD WALTON 1IOIEL ON INDIAN RIVER DRIVE AS IT LOOKED IN 1898 PHOTO.
the cull Neighbors praised the WOULD: WOMrN: JURORS .
quick arrival of the trucks I !MUSI SIGN AT OFFICE: < .. \ .,\, f 7- : J'J'r.
It was the first major fire since 01 CIRCUIT COURT CLERK .. ;' ,: :: : ii
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rq I the new Civil Defense communications Women who wish to serve on :

: wsw center went into operation the jury must appear in person i RS ;, wr.: ..
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I (Chancery) A recent announcement stating

Charlotte Gal Mimes vs Wi I- that any woman desiring to serve u
ra s lard Edward limes! divorce, R. on a jury should contact her
J. Rmdolph: county commissioner was in error, : I
i Southern Title Research Company according to Dean Tooker, county :
I attorney. :; \
vs. Jimmie King a/k/a Jimmy (
I King and AlmHU King his : ..
a fal F SCIIOOI SEMESTER. : : _
I wife. possession! Johnson and : ;
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Heller. ENDS: FRIDAY, JAN. 17 ":.... I

Frank Winona Abbott vs. Van The first semester at all Martin .. ';" < \ : ..' -

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Fifty.five dollars worth of damage ': _
.et't'x to benches in Shepard Park During the holidays Mr und I r.. :
O was estimated by Patrolman Harry Sirs l. Brainerd Stratton of Bern. I I .. ..
J. Barnes on Sunday, after he hards Bay, N. Y, and Rio, entertained i V .r
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M by Newt Chase, glle h. Mr and Mrs. Frederickhligtwsult
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I 10 MEET AT SUNRISE INN Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C.

I The Mental Health Associationof : J. Williams Riot\ Mrs. S. J. Kohl- -
Mirtin County will meet on man and Mill Virginia! Kohlman,
Thursday, Jan 9, at noon at the New York City: Mr. and Mrs.

) Sunrise Inn Key Club All mem Phillip Quick New Jersey! and A CRANE on a railroad was used to build the North Jetty at St. Lucie Inlet back in 1926-27
I bers are asked to bring Christmas Clifford and Robert DuBoue and from the Hildebrand Estate on Island, u shown being placed.I.A .
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The People of Martin County:

Financial Statement
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a' .. :tf.J; Cash on I land and Due from Banks. .$3,357,093.60 ,:'/ ,
United States Government Bonds. .. 5,423,679.00 '
County and Municipal Bonds. . . 2,174,592.00
,. Federal Reserve Bank Stock. . .. .. 33,000.00 $10,988,364.60Land
A GOOD PLACE TO BANK . . ...... .. .. .. .. . .. .... '75,000.00
Banking I louse .............. .. ....... 428,505.82
\ D. S. Hudson DIRECTORS Furniture and Fixtures. ..... ......... 152,484.87
President Parking Lot. .. ......... ......... ...... 10,726.01
David B. Irons D.S. HudsonDavid D. S. I Hudson, Jr. Loans and Discounts.... .j............ 8311345.87
Executive Vice President B. Irons John M. Law,Jr. Others Assets .........;'.,.......... 64,632.00
, D. S. I Hudson, Jr. J. ,V. Ordway C. P.Trobridge fr
f Senior Vice PresidentRoland $20,031O59.17x
James 11. Bruncr Evans Crary, Jr. 1\ ,0'

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M. Hudson Capital Stock. .... ......... ....... $ 600,000.00
1 Vice President ,,! .,w.: I r ,. Surplus . ... .............. .. ..... .. 550,000.00
r Carrie Belle Law ', ''. .. Undivided Profits.... ........ ......"' 125,00000,
(I'I' Cashier ./ .,'1"I ; 0 vtirs N r Reserves .. .. .. ...,..............,... 45,654.55
" jl Charles Schad "I, :" Other Liabilities..'... ..1.r..."..t',. ,"..-V.i I l 18,000,00Deposits
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lah." deal I Garden Club Plans I Pleased with Bazaar

SOCIETY NEWS C. V. Watson, Cape Fli/ubcth, I

Me., on the "UReine;" Robert 0 Mn. Henry Spencer presided ,
Blum, PhilmMphfa, on the "I'T the meeting and party, held t bth
r' MMWSIHMIIWVMKmH _. J .1::. Its January MeetingsThe St. Joseph Guild Monday evfling.
122 Jr.; and Bruce Downer on .

South// Floridians Led List the "TikL"CIIARVIIIK A report on 'the success ot thdbm
governing hoard the newly-chosen Martin County official aa r held last month wa given
APT.. NEWS: fl flat
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V I i Cunlen Club of Stuart meet lice, the Hung Kong Orchid by Mr*. Otto Vos Mn. Frank!
Of Langford Villas GuestsMaybe Mr. and, Mn. C. A. Lundslcn" 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan 10 at Tree (ILiuhinia Blakeim) in Me. Pelosi l thanked all who helped in ]
of the ( harvill Apartment had i, the home of Mr/*. Ray Friel, Port any way to make the bazaar sueccw. -
the weather was better and Mrs. I. G. Ellison Bethesda, as their' guests for the Chrintmu, Sewall. A* isting Mn. Friel l a* nH>riiil l Park. On thnt day plantIng Mr Pelosi was given .1 rising
tip Martin County last week holiday her sister and husband, ,I hostess will he Mn. |H. B. Swinle.I mock: of thin flowering t tree vole of thanks for her work
than it wa* down the way Florida east 'I Md.j; Mr and Mn.. D. S. Morrell, Mr. and Mn. Hurry Hocker, from .5 I hunt and Mrs. W. C. Armor. will he mute available to the pub. a* chairman.Mn. .

coast, which might have account Woodbrldge Conn.; Paul Wil! Port Jefferson.( Long Island' N. 4 It I h hoped that Mn. Alfred lie at the wholesale cost, in the Mae Carlock and Mrs.
ed for the south Florida invasionof liam, Indiana DOl is. Ind.; Dr. and Y. They all spent Christmas Eve: J. Butler, director of District i 10 hope that they will join us in our Marie Johnson will help at t ru-
Langford Villas.A Mrs Irwin Sussman Dridgeton. and Christmas D.iy nl! SI. Petersburg I lof the Florida Federation of Gar effort make Martin "The Flow! X-ray booth at the courthouse on
to
total of twelve groups" out N. J.; Mr. and Mr Hamman, with Mr.' and Mrs Harry I den Club, will he present at the Feb. 6.Mn. .
of twenty at the Langford Villas Tulsa. Okla.; Mr. and Mr. Chester Mocker Sr. The 1 Hocker will be ( y aarae'yw,4 I board meeting to discus: the sub- ering County. : Henry Sniller was appointed
were from Pompano Beach, Fort Abrams: Huntington, Long Island buck to spend February and March I jest of forming smaller circles or Club member are planning benefit chairman of the nominating!
Lauderdale, Miami and Boca Ra N. Y.; Mr. and Mn. T. R. at the apartments. study group within the dun card panic in membcn' homeson committee. She will he assisted bv
ton. One couple came from Cocoa Garlington, Atlanta G.l.; and Other guests' at the apartment .a The regular monthly meeting Jan 24 at I p.m. Dessert will Mrs. Otto Kuhin and Miss Helen
Beach. Mr. ind Mn. John W. D.ivl III, are Mr. and Mrs H. Bauer 011 sf of'C / will h* held Monday, Jan. 13. at he served and a table prize given Reilley.
Pompano Beach led with four Levcllnnd, Tex "Nyack, N. Y. It i is their II\venth the Stuart Woman' Club at 1:30: for each table Anyone within Mrs Nellie Pezzoni gave a report -
couple' *. They were Mr, and Mr. Six yacht and owners from the year at Ihe apartment I I p.m. Mn. Swinglchunt will be In to attend or make up a table should on the rummage sale.
S. J. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs E. state of New York led the Lang Mr. and Mrs ('. S McKeagand t charge of the program, and her call Mrs C. E. Hcnriknen at AT A bake sale will he held on Jan.
E. Meiers, Mr. and Mn. R. F. ford Marina parade of guests this Mr. and Mn. C. M. McKcag subject will be "Dining Table Arrangements 7-0757. Mrs Hcnriksen would 19 Mn. Edward Kinscllu i is chair
Kuhn, and Mr. And Mn. H. L. past week. from Oukmont, Pa., are spending / ." Mn. Swings-burst/ like to hear from any member
Hathaway. Included were "Fair Lady" the season at the apartments; and a former president of the club, is wishing to offer her home for one man.Mn.. Connie Brudnitzski and
Next was Fort taudcrdale with George J. Manon. East.! Willis- Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nelson are a recognized authority on flower of the parties. Mrs. Grace Gorman will take care
three freJ'h: Mr 'and I lon Long Itland; "Goosander," arriving for Ihe rest of the season arranging and a qualified flower of the altar in February.
Mr*. Dr.R Captain Guy Chadwick, USN-Ret., I from Sun Diego, Calif. It is their show judge. 2 Martin CountiansOn Following the meeting a gift
J. Stelnborg, and Mr. and Mn. New York City\ ; "Char-Lil. Louis 'bird, season at the apartments. :lit The hostesses for the meeting exchange was held; songs were
Moody. DC Lea.. East: Northnort.. Lena Island will be Mri. D. S. Hudson chair IRJC Dean's List Ming, and refreshments served by
Guests from Miami included: ; "Compromise," Peter J. MIARTIESVILI.Y: FOLK man; Mini Ida Alhracht, Mn. H. Mn. Nellie Pezzoni and her committee
Mr and Mr*. B. P. Gambee and Schweitzer, New York City; "Wan.da ENJOY: SAILHSIHNG H. Thayer, Mr. George A. Don- The dean' list for the first semester Miss Reilley, Mn. William
Mn. William Kcrredge of South ," John N. Leopold Staten Island Mr and Mr. Robert L Berger aid, and Mn. Ethel Mitchell was released; Friday by Dr Mennerich, Mrs. Helen Kuhin. and.1I

Mr.Miami.and From Cocoa W. Beach came ; "Imps VI," Louis Frey New and son, and John J. Seitzinger, + .9.9e1 On Arbor Day, Friday, Jan. 17, Maxwell C. King president. of. f Mrs.,Edward Kinsella.'
Met Bird
and Indian River Junior College.A
Out-of-taten party York City. all of Shartlcsville, Pa.? caught four the, 'club will endorse the Slate I r.a.rrssatsrva ....411I.1'11'
at the Villa included who Mr.were and guest Mr. From Fort Lauderdale came sailtish and released one on Thursday e1 fie N Federation' {proposed goal of having total of thirty-three student It11lrr.CARD.
1. T Lewis McLean, Va. Mr. the "Nancy V," Carleton Smith, Jan 2. The largest wa seven each of its more than 30.0(10( made this list which represent OF HANKS
; and the "Ole," Mr. and Mrs. D. feel, eleven inches long. They fished merrtberv grow and plant three 12 per cent of the full-time student I
C. Lake; and from Pompano with Captain Louis l.unn aboard quality tree per year for the next enrollment for the fall semester
N WORLD'S Beach came the "Rum Keg, with the "Cartune. I : two yean. This will broaden the To be eligible for this list, Mn. August{ C. Weber and
a student must maintain a "B" or family sincerely I thank friends
theme f "Our EnvironmentPlan
LARGEST Mr and Mn. J. Bcthcll and Mr. Mr. and Mn. Clayton Kaufman 0 '
and members of Coral
and Mrs. M. T. Vodsiulalck. It for Use and Beauty" better average neighbors
'VII IIIWIIIKI (Oa'AIIICo and daughter also of
wwo.ael Garden Civic Club for their kind
Other out-of-Htate yachtsmenincluded I visited friend in At 11:30: a.m., under the guidance Robert L. Voisinet of Stuart,
!! of Stuurf Park Patricia G. Poe, from Hobe expressions of sympathy in their
and
City Superintendent :
flan raw wnUAIl.Da" Mr. and Mr V, S. Grun- ten Beech this past time of
sorrow
"" RoItlWt M. J.hu.e dy, Titusville, N. J., on the "Half I laying at the Rod ShartJeWilJe'1 i William Ambler, the Sound!, were Martin Countian on ,
'uct1II'I MISS lUlU III ANN KM: club will I ....
AT r seee Moon IV;" William A. McNulty, Motel.Athougll1l'e. plant, specimen of the the list .. "" 'J'iI' -
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l A June Wedding Planned !-==;..0/ Pat Sullivan



Are Only Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Eno, Indian River Junior College. GIVING THE STUART AREA xRf
815 Madison Avenue, announcethe Her fiance i is a graduate of Martin .

engagement of their daughter, County High/ School and served QUALITY WORK FOR TEARS -
Judith Ann to Richard Clayton four years in the U. S. Navy. He f
3 Months Old. Gale, son of Mr. and Mr*. Smith i is employed by Florida Power & .

C. Gale, Palm City. Light Company, Now Looks Tf The Future
Miss Eno i il a graduate of Martin A June wedding! i II planned. !
County High School and attend. .
ed Palm Beach Junior College and MARTIN MEMORIAL stock:
HOSPITAL Over. 300 rings in for your selectionEvfryfltype

We feel that in some small way we have contributed to the his. DAR Dinner Births-Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd "', 6tdudiag of.Cent:Stone Available
Oaskins, Dec. 31j Mr. and
a son. ;
tory of Jensen Beach and Martin County this done we have Planned for Jan. 16 Mn. Jimmy Rogers, a son, Dec. A: fide Selection of Quality Men's and Women's Watches

only the future left to share and build. 31; Mr. and Mrs. lames Faircloth \>
Halpatiokee Chapter of the a daughter, Jan 1; Mr. and Mn. I J I'' We redesign and rebuild. o4! jewelry I f
DAR wiU hold its din. Rufus Bcrryhill a daughter, Jan
birthday
ner at Edenlawn on Thursday evening 2i; Mr. and Mr George Mackey, Bead Stringing m ( Jem (gutting & RepairV atch Repair ij

The Swinging Door Gift Shop Jan. 16 at 6:30.: I a daughter, Jan. 2; Mr. and Mrs ;. M '
Clifford Drink Jan. 2 I'
ley a \son ; '
Mrs Robert O. Angle, state regent SULLIVAN '
will be the speaker Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer, a son, \ PAT : .
\ III
Jan. 5; Mr. and Mr. Willie Lock. .
invited.RJscrvaTlonvXhiJnTd .
GIFTS FOR EVERY: OCCASION All visiting DARS* are I
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"tit mode by tiNs' a-tatfhtir. Jan-3; Mr and JE dfR= GflrtUTTEk ---1 ,
$8 COMMERCIAL: ST. EDITH M. SETTERFIFLI, Owner JENSEN BEACH ELt.i Jan. 13 with Mrs. P. L. Steelmnn, Mrs Buddy Tillman. a son, Jan. W
i 2871270. 5; Mr. and Mr. Jack Pannell, a &! ocw1 sLvn. srUART. FLA.I .
daughter, Ian. 6. __ _
Admitted Alice Gaskin
Dec. 31 -
*, Margie Roger. Celia Ashley .. .. -
Robert MacFarlane, Dorothy ;: :: ':; t, ,: .
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PINE MANOR MOBILE HOMES 'W'r"
Eger. Courtney Swigart Thomas ,: : ,'
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Thurtow, Washington Thompson, '
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Fletcher Owens Peter Goetz i'I
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Vance Howard, Glenn baby girl!, it : ",t '. .,
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Patricia Burnett Elizabeth Bibbee, ,.>. ,,\; R;!,
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SALES & SERVICEU.S. Kathryn Rudd and Mack Donald. ,
Jan. Admitted, Nettie Tal >
ent. Charles Behringer, and Erie* a ,' ::'X' ,. ''',
S tine Faircloth' ; discharged Henry ,i ./ / "''''(t'
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1(1A( MILE NORTH OF JENSEN CUTOFF) AT 7.5433 Park, Christine Marcelina, Frank I P ,1 Ita ,:rr@r; ; it itp
Sarri. Mrs./ Jimmy Roger and

Proudly Presents. baby Jan.2-Admiued. Louise Jones,

Mary Renton.. Retha Meuse, Gerald -.
Mason. Brenda Goodman,
Paul i Dettmer.Danny Garrett Mil- ASt
lard Newcomb.'" Jessie Hastinft. Cyr

Charles Young Ann Berryhill. I "
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Mary Mackey and Evelyn Brink.
lev: discharged Dorothy E How-
ell. >
Jan. Admitted., Arthur Me-

Donell. Emily Heiderscheid, 1Eve- ., .,', .r"4&F
lyn Haubert Marie DonakJovich, a
Gertrude Lynch Ola Horton and
Andre Johnson; discharged:; Celia
Ashley, Clifford Webber. Paul Grows Martnty
Dettmer. Katherine Caufield Dale .
Clark, Calvin Santos;j M.... Rufus I
Berryhill and baby girl,. Mr*. Clifford -
k Brinkley and. baby boy and I' st: atholi paniedP'

!r 'aa Alice Gaskin i w landed 1513
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Jan. Admitted, Montgomery

I Trimmer, Mark Wiley Richard etn64 n oa Q years, ,courage. ,
Fortner Rickey Rogers Sophia l
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in this Fran.C'
Thompson, Joseph Hogan, OU ins. ,
George Rahinig, Betsy Craige and _ it *'Y45mfltk
Clibye Martin; discharged, Mrs. :
George Mackey and baby girl .F.. IS.l' IS.
Mn. Jame Fairckxh<< and babygirl.
Doris Fathauer, David Rogue, '
in
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Millard Newcomb. Russell I Van I rIrtp ..
Houten. Willard Bowman, Gwen- 1 l t chuFwi tlv Ocean
dolynne Weigand. Brenda Good.
man and ClaIre Motley.
Jan. Admitted, e
cer, Elizabeth Lockett Ruth,
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THE HOME II By Active ray Carlyle Perkins, Neil Oakley, 5 'I'Schoolisttyac
Cammie Smith. Eleanor Deft, .1 1
James Brock, Alvin Seelig, John ,
CotreD Carl D'Nimno. f S I
Wilbur
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S Architect designed, factory>built, delivers to heretofore inaccessible sites as Fairckxh, Martha and Olive' Powell Patterson Wtfllam; discharged S( .

an 8' wide mobile structure, then opens to completely furnished compact home with Jackson and Teddy Wiley. I I s; r Mi ,
lass 6-Admitted, Lairr Loaf, C
lifetime aluminum exterior l/ natural plywood an unbelievably spacious living. Donald Gilliam. Betty Pinaefc ,
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Wanda Strum, Ruby Nell Moor% i Akta Tnassfa, 1 V1 iIN ittMlt ,
dining room and kitchen, 2 bedrooms including a house-sized master bedroom.and Helen Bianco Isaac RineM. Oti; 4 3n st3p P.M.1sJM Mt*Psl LVII
Chance, Elizabeth ,
nova { ?
bath cathedral ceilings throughout. "' Clew Lewis; dixharpd, .- VII
Ihif, Joseph Turner, Louta '
Marie DonaUovich ,
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over 16 years Kindred's has been offering quality foods at the lowest prices in Martin County. Shop at your

I SUPERMARKET home owned.. home operated store and see how much you save!

U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
usoa We Give..COLD BOND '
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CHOICE LAZY AGED II STAMPS
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OH EVERYTHING WE SEttE'I
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CHOICE){ U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGED BONELESS SIRLOIN

TIP ROAST LB. 98C
4))1 w
FRESH WESTERN WHOLE OR RIB HALF
T-BONE C PORK LOIN LB. 49 c

GRADE A NEVER FROZENSTEWING ->>
SIRLOIN lb.PORTERHOUSE HENS LB I.C

TOBINS ALL MEAT
I FRANKSSUGAR LB. 5 9 c

I U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGED FUll CUT CREEKSLICED
ROUND STEAK LB. 89c BACON LB. 5 9 C

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Bakery SpecialFREE Frozen FoodsBIRD'S MAXWELL HOUSE .

EYE FROZEN BROCCOLISPEARS Mb. 3ge

WITH THE PLAIN PURCHASE COFFEE RING OF A 4PKGS. $1 FEE E can

FARM HOUSE APPLE OR PEACH CARRIAGE CLUB CREAMERY
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: RING Richs VO 2 GAL 3 9c : I : OR 8m II Wllll A$700 ORDER OR MORE I ,
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MRS.BtRklS RUM AM)BRVM\
Del Monte Fiesta Sale
I I FRUIT. CAKES 2 LB. TIN vcMtXUIIL

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I INST.:IIOISI COFFEE' 100IJAR 1.29 PEAS 5 $1 r rIWL

II JUMBO jyRUCEHEAD 1ge i MONTE YFIIOWCLING
KIFCTIfrN CII1RMWaxed
Paper IM." ROll 1 9' PEACHES 3CANS s89c

U.S. NO. 1 RED BLISS LB. flCPOTATOES DFL MONIE YELLOW CREAM SIYIF
5 BAG : pUt Butter 2.LB.JAR 59c CORN 5PLFr.RArFFRLTT Cans 303 89c


DFL MOME PI ;
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9 FRESH Strawberries PT. 39c BEEF HASH 3I60LANS$1 DRINK. 3 CANS 46.07.$1

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FRESH GREEN KETCHUP
:. BelB. Strtamum Chitcnlul Fudge CkinwrCOMET
send"kh
CABBAGE COOKIES PRICES GOOD TIIURW\Y, FRIDAY AND!SATURDAY,JiN.9,10.II 19(54(
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1: t-IB. BAG J SC 2 CANSjJ Ch.pdd
LARGE CRISP SWEtf .
Helm Genuine .
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24-OZ.) BTL 3 9 C 4 ROLLS J 5 C
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GREEN C lo DIXIE LILLY
DOG FOOD CORN MEAL
1 PEPPERS 3 For 19c Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.to 6:30: p.m
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THE STUART (Fla) NEW Thursday, January 9, 1964 50THANNTVFRSAR EDITION
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t.. Burton, !S. C. on his "Fnsha'l- St. Joseph Guild
I
lah." Garden Club Plans Pleased with BazaarMrs. I
SOCIETY NEWS C. V. Watson, Cure Fh/abcih e

Me., on the "La Remc:" Robert B h Henry Spencer presided
Blum, Philadelphia, the PT the meeting and party held bth t
on :
t' "* MMMMMM* MNWMmi .._ Its January Meetings St Joseph Guild Monday ev
122 Jr.: and Bruce Downer in r
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South Floridians Led List the "Tikt:' ning.A report on the success of thd

__jJ The governing "hoard of the newly-chosen Martin County of. bazaar held last month was given
('IIARVILLE; AM N.WS:
I Garden Club ofStuart will meet ficial tree, the Hong Kong Orchid by Mrs. Otto Voss Mrs. Fran! 1Pekxsi
_J Langford Villas GuestsMaybe Mr. and Mn C. A. I undstcn at 10 am on Friday, Jan 10 at Tree (Bauhinia Blakeana) in Memorial 1 thanked all who helped In
of the Chirville Apartments had the home of Mrs. Ray Friel, Port any way to make the bazaar n Mcew -
the weather was better I and Mn J. G Ellisor' Bethesda, 81 their giioM for the Christmas Sewall. Assmg!! Mrs Friel as Park. On that day, plant. Mrs. Pelosi was given .1, rising -
tip Martin County way last week holidays l her sister and husband, hostess will be Mrs H. B. Swingle. ing stock of this flowering tree vote of thanks for her workas
Md. Mr, and Mn D
S.
than it was down the Florida cast ; Morrell. Mr. and Mn Harry Mocker from foa hunt and Mn W. C. Armor. i iI will be made available to the pub chairman.
coast, which might have account.ed I Woodhrldge, Conn.; Puil,) Williams Port Jefferson< Long Island N. I It is hoped that Mrs Alfred I lic at the wholesale cost I. in the Mrs Mae Carlock and Mrs
for the south Florid invasion Indmnanolis, Ind.; Dr and Y. They nil pent Christmas Eve J. Butler, director of District 10 hope that they will join us in our Marie Johnson will help m I h iX '
of Langford Villas Mrs. Irwin Sussman Bndgcton. and Chrisinm Day: at St. Petersburg of the Florida Federation of Gar make Martin The Flowering .ray booth at the courthouse .inFcb
f ft effort
A total of twelve groups out N. 1.; Mr. and Mrs. Hamman, with Mr.' and Mn Harry I den Clubs, will be present at the to 6.Mn. .
of twenty at the Langford Villas Tulsa Okla; Mr and Mrs. Chest locker Sr. The Hockers will be t 9 I hoard meeting to discuss' the subI County"Club Henry Spiller was appoint
were from Pompano Beach, Fort cr Abrams, "M:1: Island back to spend February and Marchat I I 1 ject of forming' smaller circles or members are planning ben ed chairman of I h e nominating
Lauderdale, Miami and Boca Ra N Y; Mr and R. the apartments i study groups within the cluh efit card parties in members homo committee She will be assisted hv
ton. One couple came from Cocoa Garlington, Atlanta Gait: and Other t guests at t the apartmentsare The regular monthly meeting I on Jan 24 at I p.m. Dessert will Mn. Otto Kuhin and Miss Helen
Beach Mr and Mrs John W Divl III, Mr' and Mn H. Bauer of I I will be held Monday, Jan J II, at he served and a table prize given I Rcilley
Pompano Beach led with fourcouplcs. Levclland Tn Nyack, N. Y. It is their seventh the Stuart Woman Club at 1:30 for each table. Anyone wishing! Mrs Nellie Pczzoni gave a report -
They were Mr, und Mrs Six yachts und owners from the year at the ipirlmcnts. I I p.m. Mn. Swinglehurst will be In to attend or make up a table should on the rummage sale
S, J. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs P: state of New York led the Lang Mr. and Mn C'. S. McKeag charge of the program, and her call Mrs, C. E. Henriksen M AT A bake sale will he held on I Im.;
E. Meiers, Mr and Mrs. R. F. ford Marina parade of guests this and Mr. und Mn C. M. McKeagfrom subject will be Dining Table Arrangements 7-0757 Mrs. Hcnnksen would 19. Mrs. Edward Kmsclla is chair.
Kuhns, and Mr and Mrs. H. L. past week 1 Oukmont, Pa, are spending i iI ." Mn. SwingJehurst. like to hear from any member man.
Hathaway.Next Included were Pur Lady." the season at the apartments, and a former president of the club, is wishing to offer her home for one Mrs Connie Brudmtzski and
was Fort I Lauderdale with George I. Marson East 1 Willis- Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nelson are a recognized authority on flower of the parties. Mn. Grace Gorman will take care
three groups Including Mr and ton Long Island; Gooiander:' I arriving for the rest of the season arranging, and a qualified flower of the altar in February
Mrs, Charles H. Bradshaw: Dr, Captain Guy Chudwick USN.Ret. I from San Diego, Calif it is their show judge 2 Martin Countlans Following the meeting a gift
R.1. Stcinborg, and Mr. and Mn. New York City: "Char-Lil.; Louis third season ut the apartments. The hostesses for the meeting exchange was held; songs were
MOody. DcLea, Last Northport. Long Island will be Mri D. S. Hudson chair. On 1RJC Dean's ListThe sung, and refreshments served hv
Guests from Miami included ; 'Compromise," Peter 1. MIARTHSVII.I.E I FOLK man; Miss Ida Albracht, Mr. H. Mrs. Nellie Pezzom and her com
Mr and Mrs B. P Gambce and Schweitzer, New York City; Wan ENJOY: SAIL(SUING:"/ H Thayer Mrs, George A. Donald deans list for the first.semester millet, Miss Reilley Mn William
Mn William/ Kerredge of South da," John N. Leopold Staten Islam Mr and Mrs Robert I L. Bcrg- and Mrs. Ethel Mitchell was released Friday by Dr, Menncnch, Mn Helen Kubin. and
Miami. From Cocoa Beach came !, VI," Louis New On Arbor Maxwell C. King, president of' Mrs.Edward, Kinsella
"Imps Frey er and son and John J. Seitzlnger!! Day, Friday, Jan 17, i
Mr and Mrs. W Bird and Indian River Junior College .
party York City all of Shurtlesville, Pa., caught four ths. club will endorse the State .. '"
Out-of.statcrs who were guests i Federations A total of thirty-three students
Lauderdale goal of having
From Fort came sailfish and released one on Thurs proposed
J at. the Villas Included Mr. and Mrs the "Nancy V," Carleton Smith, day, Jan 2 The largest was seven each of its more than 30.0<>0merrtbm made this list, which represent CARD OF THANKS
T Lewn. McLean. Va.1 Mr. I
; r and 12 cent of the full-time student
per
plant three
and the Ole" Mr and Mrs. D. feet, eleven inches long. They fished grow
.- C. Lake; and from Pompano with Captain Louis Lunn aboard quality trees per year for the next enrollment for the fall semester
.wt ,u WORLD'S Beach came the "Rum Keg,j' with the Carlunc:' two year. This will broaden the To be eligible for this list, Mn August C. Weher and
I theme of "Our a student must maintain a "B" or family sincerely thank friends
Mr and Mn J. Iklhcll and Mr. EnvironmentPlan -
LARGEST Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kaufman 1.
and Mrs. M. T. Vodsudakk. mistr It for Use and Beauty." better average. neighbors and members of Coral
s we t AWl wsuiiKi uuatCoJIj I and daughter also of Shurtlesville, At I 11 I:30 a.m., under the guidance Robert L Voismct of Stuart Gardens Civic Club for their kind.
ofstate visited friends Stuart
Other out- yachtsmen in and Jen
of Stuarts City Part Super- and Patricia G Poe, from Hobc expressions: of sympathy in their
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Included Mr and Mrt V. S. len Ikrfch this past t week All are time of
sorrow
fiapiaaosarnloaort" MAT JehuoaaMas Titusville. N. J., the Grun'j ut the Rod and Reel intendent William Ambler, the Sound were Martin Countians on
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nowAXl dy on staying MISS JUDIIII ,. .
.leIll Moon IV;" William A McNulty MotelAlthough ANN UNO: club will plant specimens- ---, of the the list. w "< .iv' .
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Miss Judith Eno Is Engaged; T= \ L1


A June Wedding Is Planned Pat Sullivan


We Are Only Mr and Mn Albert F Eno Indian River Junior College GIVING THE STUART AREA >< S
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gds Madison Avenue announce Her fiance is a graduate of Mar
the engagement of their daughter tin County High School and served QUALITY WORK FOR YEARS
Judith Ann, to Richard Clayton four years in the! U. S. Navy He I -
: 3 Months Old. Gale son, of Mr. and Mrs. Smith is employed by Florida Power &
C. Gale, Palm City 1 Light Company. Now Looks To The Future
_ Miss Eno is a graduate of Mar. A June wedding is planned.
T tin County High School and attend.
ed Palm Beach Junior College and MARTIN MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL Over 300 rings in stock for your selection

Brthv, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Including Every Type of Gem Stone Available
We feel that in some small way we have contributed to the history DAR Dinner Ciaskms, a son, Dec 31; Mr. and

of Jensen Beach and Martin County this done we have Planned /for Jan 16 Mrs. Jimmy Rogers a son, Dec. A Wide Selection of Quality Men's and Women's WatchesWe :-:
31 Mr. and Mrs James Faircloth
j only the future left to share and build. Halptitiokee Chapter of the a daughter; its I: Mr. and Mrs redesign and rebuild old jewelry L

I DAR will hold its birthday din. Rufus Berryhill, a daughter Jan ''
2 Mr and Mrs Bead Stringing Gem Cutting Repair Watch Repair
I ner at Fdcnl iwn on Thursday eve : George Mickey
The Swinging Door Gift Shop ning, Jan 16 ut 6:10. a daughter. Jan. 2: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Robert O Angle state regent Clifford Brinkley, a son, Jan. 2;
will be the speaker Mr and Mrs Jack Spencer a son, PAT SULLIVANJEWELER
Jan. 5: Mr and Mrt Willie Lock.
.. ... Gins FOR EVERY OCCASION All ,visiting DARSs"TO lire made:invitedRcscrvatlonsVhiroTd by. oars a daughter. Jan; ,5; Mr. and GEM-CUTTER 'Ill

58 COMMERCIAL ST. FDIT1I !M. StTTlRIULIJ: Owner JENSEN BEACH FLA.i Jm 13 with Mrs P. L. Steclman, Mn Buddy Tillmnn, a !son, Jan. Y't .
i 287.1270. 1; Mr and Mrs Jack Pannell a 317 E. OCEAN BLVD. STUART fLA.
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daughter Jan 6 :
Dec. 31-Admitted, Alice
kips. M irgie Rogers Celia Ga..J '
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Howell, Calvin Santos and Russell of '* ,. .. :..:, I" ". .'. f. Off ',

PINE MANOR MOBILE HOMES i Fgcr Van Courtney Houten;Swigirt discharged. Thomas, Joan :. '.''', (:";4', 1t.\/' ;; ,,- : ,.,: ... .. 'f .,..4.{\\.1lbd. .,' '"; t
Thurlow, Washington : '
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Fletcher Owens, Peter ,
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Patricia Burnett, Elizabeth Bibbee, ;" '; "':' Ji "' ,1 ,
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Charles and Ernes- : .it. : .. :J .jl
Bihnnger, 1' v' ,," '," 'i" I,.. ,< .. ,, ,
tine: Ftnrcloth, discharged, i ifff'o./ ... .';,' >(/' ; ... ,
1 0/4( MILE NORTH OF JENSEN CUTOFF) AT 7.5433 Park, Christine\ i Marcelma, Fran I ,, ". ,. .D... \ "f", ,' t:',, ,t'fl.t t" ),

Jams, Mrs Jimmy Rogers and \ \ ", ,,"'' .... ." ;. ,
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Proudly Presents. J m. Admitted, Louise Jones, .J' : ",. .
Mary Renton, Rctha Meuse, Gerald ; Itll.; I
Mason, Brenda Goodman, iIiiIit.. .<. A.' 1<1. -I' ,
Paul Dcttmer, Danny Garrett Millard :;" \ .. -::-" .... .
Newcomh, Jessie Hastings, ..... ...,. .,. ":.L\'t\!. '... !\,.:, ._,,." ..... .
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Charles Ann Berryhill '
Young fho. > ,
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lev Miry: discharged Mackey, and Dorothy Evelyn E. How. ". !i: f. .:' ;,. +'" : '! .f't'i' H <, : .. '.',,;;.- .\ ...

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Jan. 3 Admitted, Arthur Mc ;
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Donell, Fmily Hudcrschcid Eve ...- :_._... _.i.M.: j ...._ oi ,' .. ,.
lyn Hiubert Mane Donaldovich
Gertrude. lynch Ota Horton and
Andress Johnson, discharged, Celia

Dutmer Ashley, Katherine Clifford Webber Caufield, Dale Paul Growing With Martin CountyPriests

Clark Calvin Santos Mrs Rufus
Berryhill and baby girl! Mrs Clifford -
Bnnkley and baby boy and of the Catholic Church accompaniedPonce

Alice Jan.Gaskins 4-Admitted. Montgomery de Leon when he landed here in Florida in 1513

Trimmer, Mark Wiley, Rich and for more than 400 years, fearlessly and courage
ard Fortner, Sophia
Thompson Rickey, Joseph Rogers Hogan ously, conducted missions in this wild land. Two Franciscan .

George Rahmig Betsy Craige and Friars were burned at the stake by savages in
Clibye Martin, discharged Mr.
George Mackey and baby girl what is now Martin County 300 years ago. .
Mrs James Faircloth and baby
{ girl Doris Fathauer, David Rogue,
ww .al" +t"M'4iw' Millard Newcomb Russell Van St. Joseph's Catholic Parish was established in

Houten, Willard Bowman, Owen-. 1915. The first permanent church was built on E. Ocean

dolynne and Weigand.Claire Motley Brenda. Goodman Blvd. in December 1948. In 1961 the present St. Joseph's

Jan 5-Admitted. Frances Spencer School and Church was built on East 10th Street. The
Elizabeth Lockett Ruth Till-
man Teddy Wiley, Louis Max- group of 11 original parishioners in 1915 has grown to

THE HOME II By Active cey Cammie Carlyle Smith Perkins Eleanor Neil Oakley Dees,, the present congregation of 1400. St. Joseph's School is

James Brock, Alvin Scehg, John conducted by the sisters of St. Joseph's and presently accommodates -

Cotrell Fielder Carl Mary D'Nunno Loe, Kelly, Wilbur Ann 167 students in grades 1 thru 8.

Architect designed, factory-built, delivers to heretofore inaccessible sites as Fairctoth, and Martha Olive Powell Patterson William: discharged

an 8' wide mobile structure, then opens to completely furnished compact home with Jackson and Teddy Wiley. MASSES: CONFESSIONS:
Jan 6-Admitted. Larry Long
lifetime aluminum exterior VV natural plywood an unbelievably spacious living. Donald Gilliam Betty Pannell, Sunday 7, 9 and 11 a.m. Every Saturday
Wanda Strum. Ruby Nell Moore Abo Thursday before 1st Friday the month _

dining room and kitchen, 2 bedrooms including a house-sized master bedroom and Helen Chance Bianco,,,Elizabeth Isaac Rinaldi Lyon, Geneva and- Weekdays 8:30: a.m. 4:30 5:30 P.M. 7:30.1:30 P.M.

bath cathedral ceilings throughout. Cleve Lewis, discharged, Jean Stel-
ling Joseph Turner, Louise Jones,
Marie Donaldovich Rickey Rogers
Kelly Ann Faircloth, Mark St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Superb for newlyweds, retirees, second home, the shore, woods, or ski slope. Wiley Clibye Martin Mrs. Willie
Lockett and baby girl Martha Ha-

zen and Elsa, Morgan. REV.. FR. JAN JANUSZEWSKI

Can be moved in 1 day without permits. The population the men ami

old parts of Delhi contains 330,* Rectory 309 Osceola AT 7-2727 Stuart2B
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: }'on /l/avw. (iet More At Kindred's

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cE U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGED BONELESS SIRLOIN

TIP ROAST LB 9 8 c i

FRESH WESTERN WHOLE OR RIB HALF
LB 49 c
l ''V T-BONE C PORK LOIN
GRADE A NEVER FROZENSTEWING
SIRLOIN lb. HENS LB. J&.9 C

r M PORTERHOUSE TOBINS ALL MEAT
FRANKSSUGAR LB. 59C

1 J.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGED FULL CUT
ROUND STEAK LB. 89c CREEKSLICED BACON LB. 5 9

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EYE FROZEN BROCCOLISPEARS S Mb.
PLAIN COFFEE RING =HFsE' 39ci
4 PKGS. $1 can
WITH THE PURCHASE OF A

FARM HOUSE APPLE OR PEACH R
RIAGE
CLUB CREAMERY

PECANI" ."'' PIES 4 FOR $1 i 1b.I
49cJlllnR
COFFEE BUTTER ( .
:19t. VANILLA ICED MILK AND ORANGE SHERBET

RING Richs VO 1/2 GAL. 3 9c : : OR noiu HUH A$7.00 ORDER: OR MORE: i

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: POTATOESFRESH 5 BAG 29c pUt Butter 2.LB.JAR S9c CORN 5 Cam 303 8 9c


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StrawberriesPT.FLA. .39 LIBBYS BEEF CORNED HASH 3 16.OZ.CANS $1 ,/' 3 CANSDE 4MZ.$1

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; FRESH GREEN 5 BTLS.PRICF.S 14-07.. $1
I LB. Be Slrirtmum Chocolul fudge Cleanwr KETCHUP
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3 BAG 39C OIL BATH TISSUE .

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DOG FOOD CORN MEAL
PEPPERS 3 For 19 cS Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.to 6:30: p.m.
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4-B THE STUART Fla NEWS
( )
Mil II ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Thursday, January 9, 1964A
'"-__ t""' .. ?

directory of services for the 'JI; 1' ., ; y
,,' 350 Attended Tourist Club Meet
blind in he( United Slates lists SOCIETY _, lit ,
'84 national und local sources! of \'

guiJancc 'nlortnution_and service. .....- v
AtStuart Youth Center Monday

N 11(1 I Woman's Club Will Hear

About .Til( persons attended the from twenty-eight slates and Canada gjKelens and aspects of gardeningin
rT1MJ: Judge Crary and Dr. King meeting of the Tourist Club on New York led with sixty. and England, taken when he attended .
I Monday, Jan. 6, at the Youth Pennsylvania was second with i a convention there in 1962.

I '1 he program meeting of the came assistant principal and liter Center. fit ty-six. fhtf meeting closed with the
Guests. Police Chief and Mrs. Ruth Hall, Jensen Beach.
Woman Club of Stuart on Wed Me were
I supervising principal of Dan of "Let Me Call You
singing
nesday Jan. I 15. will feature talks Mrs. Jesse! Taylor Chief Taylor led the group. in singing i Till We "
I by two prominent young men, Carty High School In Fort Pierce welcomed all visitors to Stuart Meet Again She was accompanicd Sweetheart.
Ill I acknowledged leaders in their particular While serving as principal. Dr. and asked their co-operation in at the piano by Willis Dexter The next meeting will be Jan.
fields King was co-ordinator of the ,r1T1 the prevention of accidents who( was the accompanist for the :20! at 6 pm.

Both Judge Evans Crary Jr. four-county committee which pre I Roll call I I showed attendance evening
and Dr. Maxwell C King, native pared surveys, lined up support Joe Mazzella, Hibiscus Park, RUMMVCE: !: SVLECOMINUES
Floridians. secured their education and fought for a public community '' appeared as a clown and sang
in Florida with the exception junior college. When the 1cgisliture Meyers-White while accompanying himself on a St. Joseph Guild will continueits
of post doctorate work done approved Tort Pierce as ," ." Ii.. washtub He was accompanied by rummage sale I Wednesday
by Dr. King at the University of the site of Indian River Junior 7: Willis Dexter for several numbers. through Saturday, Jan 8.1 II I, near
Texas In 1961\ !, Judge Crary and College, the St. Lucie 'ounty ; EngagementAnnounced George Templcton playing a the Superior Market on Bait
Dr. King were among the five Board of Public I Instruction mimed: banjo, sang a parody on "Home i Ocean Boulevard. Items for sale
I outstanding young men of the Dr. King as the first president of Sweet Home and "Oh Lord, may be brought to the More
year, chosen' by the Honda Junior this institution, which position he r; -: Don't You Help That Bear." .
Chamber of Commerce. still holds Organised in I960 this :; ', Dexter played several piano selections OES 1\Iu'rs THURSDAYThe
lOl.4 T'Aaalra 4 V Judge Crary received his bach institution has experienced p h e t'J .. 1T1 1T1s and was accompanied by
jJtw The engagement of Miss Liza- the clown on "Tiger Rag'The Eastern Star will hold a
elor of l science degree in business! nomenal growth, and a new earn I
administration in 1951!, and a pus was dedicated in 1963. beth Ann Meyers to Roscoe! Conk. musical entertainment closed 'regular meeting Thursday, J4J9
Im White III is announced by her with the group singing "When at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple.
bachelor of law degree, with high Dr. i II in
TAVLORASHLEVHartford King very active cllm-- parents Mr und Mrs. George Irish Eyes are Smiling." There will be a dedication of the
honors, in 1952. A member of munity and civic affairs He I is a .
Mc\ers St. Lucia Boulevard Port William E. Ambler city park piano and the altar Bible. All visiting
four fraternities, among them legal, member of the First Baptist i tChurch t SewalL members invited.
I superintendent, showed movies of are
t Family Auto Insurance and business administra !
honorary l ; past president of the ('iv II Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Conklin ,
will provide you with broad tion, he also served as editor of itan Club, of fort Pierce; memberof I White II. Oleander Boulevard, Fort
protection at substantial say- the University of Florida Law Re- the board of directors of the
tags if you have a good driving view. After graduation from law Mental Health Association; member For The Best In
record. And with the hart school, he spent two yean in the of the fort Pierce Chamber ot
ford name on your policy there Air Force in the judge advocate Commerce; chairman of the TU j
need be no doubt about the generals department, and at present Christmas Seal Campaign. and .a
is in the Air Force member f various
a captain o educational HEATING &
quality of insurance
your Reserve He was appointed county organizations, including Kappa
Call our office now to ice if and juvenile judge for Martin Delta Phi (an honorary group) .
you qualify for savings on the County in December, 1958 An invitation to attend this COOLINGCall
finest auto Insurance you can Owning a plane, h i II favorite program has been extended to the
buy! activity is- flying, when duties per JUnior Woman Club of Stuart
mil. As a Diy in Court a program and all other interested persons
planned last year for club are invited A small guest fee will
/ r t participation. did not niatcrialiCit be charted/ for non-members.
a s will he of added interest to members 'cr the meeting refreshment' !MRND!' MRS. GERALD: &lMKf: JR a N+n
I l to hear Judge Crary speak be served by Mrs!. J. M Afl-I Commercial Cooling Co.
on The Juvenile Court in Florida stell and a committee; of ho te' Miss ChambleeIs
Virginia Lynn
Me is rated an excellent 8pellk-

er, who( knows his subject thor '.
I
oughly and is deeply interested and Stimmel/.Kegley I Bride of Gerald Suarez Jr. Route 707, Jensen Beach
concerned with Us problems, Wedding Set for I
Dr Maxwell C. King, after com
pleting. his formal education_._ be. Thursday, Jan. 16 Miss Virginia 1.ynn Chamhlee irate of Dan MeCarty High School, AT 7.2034
-- -- become I the bride of Gerald Suar I Fort Pierce
LMniniuiuiiumiiiiiiimiitiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiii l l I I I I I II iiiimiiiiiiiiir.I I I l l I 'I I I Miss Florence Elizabeth Stim- I
cz Jr. on Monday Dec. 9 at 8:45p She is employed by Pan American I
mell and Donald R Kegley will .m. at the IWU Union !Hall, Miami World Airways as a flight MISS LIIABE1II ANN MEYERS
he married Jin I 16 LENNOX Gas and Oil Furnaces
I BOOKS & RECORDS j Thursday at stewardess until her
resignation
7 30 Pierce, the
: p.m. at the First Methodist are parents of Miss
1 1 he bride: is the daughter of Mrs becomes effective Jan. 15. Room Coolers
Church. The Rev. Walter D. Jes Meyers' fill nee.
Worda Richardson hamblee, husband
Jen Her is a graduate of AMANA
will officiate Parents of the Miss Meyers is 1963\
sup sin Reach, and the late Helens Havana Cuba a graduate
Henry College arid
| l\fAKETIIE PERFECT GIFT I of Martin Heat Pumps
couple are Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Grady Chimblee Birmmghim is employed by Pan American Air. County High School
S. Stimmcll and Mr. and Mrs. Oar and is employed by the Stuart Department YORK
All Mrs .
Paula Suarez Miami. ways us a flight purser.
Sheet 1IetaiVork
POPULAR HCI1ON AND NON-FICIION. GARDEN | nett E. Kciley./ and the I late Gerald Suarez, Camagiiey Store.
I BOOKS CIIILDRHS'S: BOOKS BIBLES COOKBOOKS | A reception ut the church will (uha. are parents of the White served three years in the
follow the U S. Army, stationed I in Germany.
I DICTIONARIES POPULAR AND CLASSICAL | ceremony bridegroom WardenPowellWedding He is employed by Consolidated
No format Invitations Service On All Units
being
are A reception followed the ceremony Electric Melbourne. .
| RECORD ALBUMS. | .
sent; friends and relatives are in .
: 1 he couple is residing at An April is
:: sited. I 18)10 N.W. Forty-second Avenue Held wedding planned.

Opa-lock*. following) a honeymoonin
I VALENTINE'SnOOK \ XI GAI'I.11: / Miami, Beach.

I MltlS. 1IILRSIUY Mrs Su:ircz attended M umindison At Salerno
.
XI Gumma Phi Fxuniplar Ch ip-, lt /L.h SeWol, iVid! Martin Miss; Barbara Doris Worden be ,
I & RECORD SIIOP3Z9 f ter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold/ Hi County High School, and is a grad came the bride of Wayne Powellin CongratulationsTo f l

regular luncheon meeting 0" --- -.-. --- ---- --- ceremonies Jan 5 it2pm
E. Ocean lloiiltvurd Phone AT 7-0403) = Sunday (
Thursday, Jan 9 at the Sunrise i
at the home of her sister,
TllllllllllllllllllllllllDlllllllll'IfliniMMIIIIMIIIIIIII'/ '!! I I! IIMIMIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII!' !-'-".- ? Inn. I Exploring Books Mrs James Thompson, Port Salerno r

: The Rev. Leonard Feaster The Stuart News
I performed the double-ring ceremony .
Resumes Jan. 16 .

Parents of the couple are Mr

It's lime lor xplormg Books. and Mrs. I Icon Worden Port Sa
again. Ihursdiv. Jan 16 is the Icrno. and Mrs. Ralph Powell, Miami On Their 50th AnniversarySERVING

next date for this to be
program .
1 he bride wore a full length
held lit 7:10 p.m. at Martin County ,
Public Library with gown long of white sleeves lace, and over her finger.taffeta STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY SINCE 1956
This discussion i
: pineltjpo; period veil tell from She
i ibout good books has; been tip a crown. curried
r f well, a bouquet of while c irnations.
attended so f far md there have
been some good.l lively discussions Miss Linda Goodnight, th ehndc's MARTIN COUNTY TITLE Co. Inc.
with the audience purtieipatmg only attendant wore a
Fort dress of chiffon and
The public is invited to come hear pile green
carried a bouquet of white carna
about and discuss the following lions. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE: ESCROWS: :
four books on Jan 1 16: Seven
_t Pierce 1 Days in Miy by Knehel to be' Bruce Kraft !served us best man. CARL II TURNER, President .a!
A
presented by MM David Durant; reception was held follow. JiiYf)
lhe Suul Pebbles by McKen ing the ceremony. Wedding cake 225 Colorado Ave. 2874743
und punch served ""'-- t;:
were to
ni, to "be discussed by Ross With. seventy ,;T
Recently Remodeled Your Inspection Is Invited am; Portrait of Myscll by M.ir. friends and relatives
Hunt t Bi>tnke-White is assigned to
Helen Iimni.ll, and "The I living THE DEPENDABLE; SUCCESS CARS.OF:64
"
Reed by Pearl Ruek., will he
offered bv Mrs Dorothy Wonley
Juan Riws will net ml1l.leralor..
;i i'i < ) '" tf'7"': "" '-'" The Mirtm County Library Association .. ,w-

., ) 1 .' ',f ,, sponsors this activity asa
'f } .. ,. '
It ,; '1' .t.t., ',' 'J > .f' )
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,
r"" f"/t/ >( ." ..- t, ,, t'\\' public service for the pleasure
_o. \ ; } ; 1< of hooklovers. and to help them
; .;,.; decide whether cr not they wishto "

-. ., ... I read the books reviewed, 1 he
f pr'ernnl I lasts un hour and a half
: and! is free to all who wish to come
,I' fi VAT Es Future dates: f>r this discussion aww
fIIMER l group ire Kb. :20! March 19, and

fg11Et April 16.Ncw .

,. i l Hooks; Added $2264* not loaded
; ,

Jensen I 11 Ef_ I At Public Library

Some new t books added to the

i Beach : ,: ', l 1// '. Minis County Public Library areWorld :
/ .. : ; of Natural I I listory' ," Saund HEATER RADIOr'r
"'l :::1t lhi ..f... ':t, 1.1'"Freh: Water Fishes of the
I World" Sterha: "&'n''" Belifonle
Sings," IKIifonte: "I ife Under '
Chapel Located on Commercial Street. the Microscope," Jirovec: The Art

of the lapidiry" Spiriien, ; "Ang. : 1'
"'r', Guide to the Suit Water Game
JhhCMilh'all..i' ; "The Home

". Book of Refinishing Furniture," WHEEL COvtes AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
MiKesell: "Life With Cacstr,"
All Funeral Services Thompson; "A Treasure of Great
Including Cremation WHITEWAlL TIRES
Q
: Poems Unkrme-ytr; Fitness for $2614.80. loaded I
the Modern Teenager' Weasel:
,,'Jf1(: Ask. Henry !M,ikow: "Aquiirluni .
f .' Fish in Color," Manduhl-B,irth: WI
r 'V0.
r ,': )t ,/' Where'Hidden/ to Find Treasure I It,";Horn How; How and to The car on top is a 1964 Dodge"330 two-door a 1964 Dodge 330 two-door sedan. And wean --. --... is --
\ r.ra rr ra-a?a r.rrr-
J G jet More Done in I less Time," sedan. It has a unitized, rust-protected body, say the same good things about it --mMHi..liniiiii ter rr.n r sew -. n-
ESTABLISHED -rrr rr.r
1897 --
Cooper; From' Tear Sit Free front seat belts, an alternator electrical system There's one difference. Ifs equipped the r w ry a.ai r ar.r rr.r r-,+.
** Suhiral.: and "A Complete nude self.adjusting brakes and a 225 cubic these
people buy
way many cars days.
I'i
to Spin-fishinn in Salt and FreshWater
." OvmgtonACiCU Inch, six-cylinder engine It will go 32,000 For a fact Dodge offers a full line of cars to i 64 Dodge

miles between major grease jobs, 4,000 miles the low-price field. Sedans, hardtops, convertibles

tlUPlrK PLANS: between oil changes. wagons, the works. They call 'em

Yates Funeral Home sniLIIIKARI Acacia: :: "Chapter' DVNCE of: Dv.Mol.iywill The car on the bottom is the same model, "The Dependables," because they are. DOOM.tar. nn\( CHRYSLER-----

i hold! n Sweetheart' Dance: on
; Saturday Jin 18, from 8 to 1 12p
.m. at the Worn m'i Club Drew
FORT PIERCE -OKEECIIOBEE- JENSEN BEACH i iA ia is semi.formal. There will be alive ULMER MOTORS

i band and entertainment. For 301 SOUTH DIXIE
advance tickets see Barry Hunteror

, call him at 287-1654 Jtt "*** 108 JIOPtJMOML: ," MC.TX.OlEC* YOU* LOOM USItMO,; .'





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WINN DIXIE Rights Res. 6.0, 49 ,}!j/ I
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I-- SIRLONN,

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MUELLER THRIFTY MAID *A
4 POGS.8.0%.49F Tom. Paste 10 Sg1: SOU P 1 Mb. Pkg. 2Lb. Pkg. 5lb. Pkg.

HUNT'SPEAHESs t PURE GROUND BEfP *\ $ fl 79 {
HALVES' or 4 CANS 2Vi 710 CBJ. $1 39c 77c

HUNT'S AREET CRACKERS RATH BLACKHAWK Sliced
:::u.rxo..Is BACOll J
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TOMATO JUICE I E 4 t :
CANS J I.LbI
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CANS Fr.. Top,.Valu.,. Stamp. :......:I Pkg.
ASTOR Bru-Thru with turd SUP.I.UAND

COTTAGE .... ...
TEA BAGS %: : 2 FOR Frown Fr ih U.S.D.A. G. "A" & Dr. 4-5 Lb. Avg.
CHEESE
SOF.TEX BAKING or 39cz
LB.
Lb. HENS STEWING-"
PAPER NAPKINS 3 250CT. SSe)
Cup DAIRY' DEPT.
,\,, SLICK PKGS. Old Fashion Store (Cheese 11. 59c Parkas Margarine",?a-tr- 4 mi.1SVz.O III.siS !

S D 0 G FOOD F CAN%, 15 Tide I Crackin'Good Biscuits 6ro! 49c Rich's Whip Topping ,toot<>,CAN 49c
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CRISCO I I GPkg.79s; CYPRESS GARDENS Frozen Foods Dept.
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) "Ivory Soap 10-Lb. 4 9c FREE Bread Pan With Purchase Of 3 Loaves MORTON'S New
.. ,;2' Med.Bars 21c 'OrAOIS Bag
3
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WASHINGTON Red Delicious Fancy

"" Ivory Soap I ..p. 6 39C SWANSON'S Three Course Chicken Turkey, 79c

'! 4 =Pers.; 29' .. For DINNERS Salisbury;;

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: Camay. Soap FULL OF JUICE INDIAN RIVER NO.1 0
: ',O" Reg. 31 IC SLICED BEEF StX; DONUTS rSS; ; 3 'KGS. 1 ,
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2 Bath Bars 29c \I ES FOR ASTOR BROCCOLI SPEARS CAULIFLOWER 10-OZ. 4 99 '
or ASTOR BRUSSELS SPROUTS PKG. PKGS. !
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: '-' TilE SILART (Ma.& ) NEWS J,-- .- Id: :>- .. II\\. .<.\ 111.....", un r.
-. 50 Thursday, January 9, 1964 FOR RENT 35: SPECIAL NO'I ICES 55 SERVICES OFFERED, Itffcc. 71 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90/) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 99 I Real Estate. For Sale 90 Cost! near $10,000.I Our price
Til ANMVIRSVRY EDITION
.aj I I......... ." I IJ// .** 1 n lII ---r---u j -.-.---.-__._.___-____.._aNEW :- u -.-_- -u_ _U1 $2,195.

.. ... ONE bedroom apartment for rent. WANT to get in shape! Athletic FENCING-all types. Free estimate FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront two bedroom home, ont TWO-\1e/room\ / furnished!, water- I

,. TIIIS SYMBOL Pleasant and" attractive: view club now being formed in Stuart Call Lawton Wall, AT 7. 'lot*. High and bath, comer: lot Legion Heights. : front home on the St. Lucie.
I and access to waler. Phone AT 7- Must be over 21 men only 1401. Terms can be arranged. Sacrifice U $35 a foot Td 7. 10990. Easy terms, W H. Wagner Michigan Avenue in Palm City. 60 STLDFIUKFR lark 2

t.. MEANS TII\T 3892 or AT 7-1903) tf ((35)) Anyone interested in helping form tf ((71)) 2595. tf ((90)) Co., AT 7-4880 or AT 1.1696. tow down payment. By owner, dr., 6 C)I., xtd. !shift air

.... .... this club write Box "B' c/o Stuart II ((90)) 287-1681 tt ((90)) conJ. new mlon tires like
I READERS PAY TO READ FOR rent: Cute little one bedroom News or phone AT 7-1676 after TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. LARGE building hits close to Inlet new. was $1,095 now $895!

cottage walking distance of 5pm._ 1-9J55)( ) W. H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 Paved streets. Private dock. HOME located in Stuart near ONE[ bedroom cypress; house. Acre

:. YOUR ADS IN center of town. Seasonal rent, or AT 71696. tf(71)( ) Reasonable Owner. Write Box A, schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths good! farm I land. Trees. Ideal location ,

$400.) Call 287-5892 evenings. FOR easy quick carpet cleaning C/o Stuart News. 1.16 ((90) central airconditiomng and beating for retired couple. $4100-:' ) 59 CADIIIAC tONV. all

: Utrze hmrt %tttr.i 1-9 (H) rent Blue 1 ustre Electric Sham- NOW AVAILABLE life insurance Complete sprinkler system $100)() down $50 month AT 7- while
i pooer only $1 I per day Hartman- ages 0-90( No physical I 3 BEDROOMS CBS, 2 years old Call AT 7-0331. tl ((90)) 1530. 1-9 ((90)) while. new top, new

FOR Rent: One bedroom house, Leighton Furniture '1-9 ((35)) ] necessary Call 2S72594. tf _((71)) $5f)0)().(X) down payments to suit. ------- ._-- tires, like new .Inside. and ,,ltt.

completely furmnhed Firs i t -- - --- --- $11.771 By Owner Phone 287- WATERFRONT lot residential w.. .mw':>'.!"'r'W was $2,495 now 2195.

DIAL house on right. Orange Ave, Rio. ELECT'ROLUX CORP. Opportunity WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE 561 tf ((90)) 100 ft on well protected waterway FOR RENT 135

For couple only. Mrs. Vanden for the right man to double BALANCING with Bear Equipment near inlet. 225 ft deep ,,_ _.w__ .. .
ATlantic 7.1550 Eynde 1.9(35)( ) his present earnings Call Dan by trained mechanic will pay REASONABLY priced small two $<);000. P. O Box 404 Port Salerno mw'ws 59 CIIF\ROIFT BFIAI3:

Clark. AT 7-0143. tf ((55 for itself m tire wear. We- have the bedroom house Carporte, utility Fla. 1-9 ((90)) 4 dr., small V-8 power glide: ,

To Place Your FAST SELLING- I LARGE efficiency everything .... 11'1I _. UI. JlU equipment and toes Your friendly I room 2 screened porches Completely EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS R.II. Beautiful turquoise finkh .
furnished. Newly I decorated. Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS furnished newly decorated SPARKLING home, North River
LOW COST WANT AI00 ) Clean, quiet. Adults only Write USED.: CARS & TRUCKS 58 or Dial AT T-3355. tf ((71)) Suitable' for retired couple who Shores. Two bedrooms two tile while lop new \ '.\\.,
....
\ Box 792. Sluart, or call AT 7. .. RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service still drive. Information call AT bath Central heat aircondition. I was ln95. now $K95.

4881 tf ((35)) FOR Sale: Mercedes Benz 300 : Cleaning and repairing. Also 7-0812 Writ Route I Box 88-6, ing. pool. patio aluminum awnings,
Call AT 7. Stuart. If ((90)) und storm shutters. Large, &l'13' <
NEWS WANT AD SMALL furnished firs Saturday or Sunday drain fields repaired and re-laid ON I
apartment 0681 Mrs. F. H. Waldron t.' ((58)) Dial AT 70651AT I 7-9862.tf(71) well landscaped' lot with! 59 STUDFBAKFR LARK,
RATE: Five cents per average floor Available now. Newly -- -. -- -- -- ( ) FOR Sale: High wooded lot, 100 klers. Furnished or unfurl1i 1Y.1 THE ST. LUG1E .4 dr., 6 CL, aiilo.' trans.: R.II ..
c; word minimum charge per insertion decorated. 4I1 S. California Ave. 1957 Dodge Full power. Good TRAlTER RETRIciFRATORSREPAIRED by 100( on canal in North River Owner Telephone 2874845. ., beautiful all white finish, ,

: $1.00 (for up to twenty 'all 287-0546 or 2873407I9 j condition. $400. Call AT 7- GRIFFITH AT Shores Joe Penrod. Box 242, Smart tf ((9 ) One- and two-room efficiencies new W.W., was $895 now
average words). Words I in AL (CJ5)) 5996 If ((58)) 7.0696. 1-9 ((71)) AT 7-3661. 1-9 ((90) ----- I
jo: CAPITAL LETTERS, except first --- --- )INCOME Property for sale Spacious shaded ground $695, $95 down. $.J4 per mo.
TWO bedroom cottage for rcn 1948 Willys Truck One-ton. 4- ------"" .-. EXCELLENT buy retired couple I
;: word count as two words/ each. fice In the heart of Slicri-I Parking Lot. Boat Dock.
I ;. Bout dockage. Season or yearly. wheel drive, flat body $175. PLANTS & SERVICES 75 Rio-Jensen Beach. One bedroom across from school. One Shuffleboard. TV and
Lounge
White space above or below or No children. Call AT 7-1408 Jack Phone 287-2617 1.9 ((58)!) bath furnished CBS, car. 59 SIMCA, 4 dr.. 4 el.l 4
r.: both renlelOn\) -
.
within ad will be the Hilton, Route Stuart. 1.9 t>.... B (
charged as 2. ((35)) -- --- ------ )
utility. $7,100 Excellent
port, Week Month Year Iran mil litiv.
-
j house (owner's). One Cottage speed a "u
number of words (five) that could -- --- 1956 Pontiac-8 four-door automatic PLANTS Fastest
nursery Write P
287.2902. Box
terms
f I. be printed in the blank line or FOR Rent Two bedroom house Good condition All good in Martin County.growing 10 acres ) (rented). Plenty of room to build 624 ST. UCIE CRESCENT $495 now $295! no nioiiev
Stuart! News 1.30 ((90)) .
>>t 25 cents per line. with screened: porch In retired tire and new battery Call 287. of plants. l Pelican Nursery Loop if desired. Phone 287-5055 (Owner STUART' FlORIDA down $18 l per mo.

section of Jensen" Buach. Adult 2533 1.9 ((58)) Road (S-76A), Palm City AT 7- BY owner two bedroom retirement ). 1-9 ((90)) ,
"Display Clarified" ritei on
until I 1. 287-9812
May Phone Telephone
home. between Rio and
1918.
nl'lJHor: tf (75))
i application. write i P O Box 1---___ Jensen Beach. Excellent condition. JENSEN BEACH RIVERFRONT. F. E. WOOD Manager 59 S1UDFBVKFR L\RK.

Li: These are Cash rates, for ads 165, 'Inclinntowft. 1-16 ((35 BOATS SERVICES 63 AZA( EAS, Camellias, Gardenias. Carporte serviceroom., ,stove refrigerator This waterfront tract can be If (tnntFLEETSINN' ) 2 dr. wagon: 6 c\I., sld. shift,
( brought or mailed to The Stuart LWU Variety Patina SI I an.d up. Pa. Inquire 812 Maureen made into S large lots plus closeto
nlte $795 $595
was now no
News with payment. If yon are aI OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED pays, Banana Lychee. MingoeR, Court. 1-9 ((90)) 600' river bottom grant that .
t Stuart News mail subscriber or are We have parts for all Avocado. Cunmibola. Peach Ma. can be Tilled to bulkhead line for money down $34 per nm.

listed in the Stuart telephone directory popular makes. Can test your coil cudamia nut. Citrus. VISIT Enders IN Jensen Beach for sale by own more waterfront lots All ;inside

I you can place your ad by tele BRAND new Studio Efficiencies. and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial Nursery White City. 1-30 ((75)For ) er new two bedroom and three lots have water access 3 road

: phone. Dial Atlantic 7-1550. and All electric kitchens. AT 7-3355.: Your friendly Dodge 1 J bedroom homes. Higb elevation frontages. Commercial zoning back 57 VW PAVIL TRUCK

lay "I want to place a wan I-ad." Beautiful bath Large porch. !al!!. tf ((63)) Walking distance to shopping. 200' from A1A I See our sketch. built In racks, new tires,
Fishing' pier and! putting green. Stile Miscellaneous 78 $10,900 and $ I 2,900. Will take 2500000. Terms. Roland G near new condition Inside.

Adult only. Sea Gate Villas, I AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, ....... .. lots, acreage or what have you for Lueder. Realtor 729 Colorado and out $795. $195 down

t Give your mail address at 2871657. I Good Complete selection Sales of ,dependable Service Parts.Used ,TRUSSES elastic stockings, down payment_ AT 7-0914. tf(90)( ) Ave., Stuart. 1-9 ((90)) $34 per mo
--
well as your telephone number Motors. Expert FactoryTrainedMechanIc. knee pads, anklets. etc. Stuart ATTRACTIVE NEW 2 bedroom ? 56 IIEVROI1T: 1'2 ton
FURNISHED two story, six rooms
In News your has want-ad hundreds The Stuart of- 1-9 ((15)) CASA RIO BOAT & Drug Corp. tf ((78)) borne Central heat modern two baths. Plus two sleeping pick up. deluxe, cab 6

out-of-state subscribers! who 1 MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt 707la COW Manure 1 I'/i yds, $12. 2 kitchen. Choice BAHAMA TERRACE rooms Each)) with private bath a/wJ el., nice, $595, no money

: are your best possible prospects FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Rio. AT 7-0944 tf (63)) yds, $15 I 7-yard loud. $42. Also location. A good value at private entrance. Convenient to down, $34 per mo.
I mulching hay. AT 7-0979.) tf (78)) $14,500. R H. Lear, Owner AT all Stuart shopping. 9000. Terms.A "
for real sales and
estate FOR SALE: Complete I line I of
__
__4\oJ: __ 7-aD3' tf ((90)) Lawrence Rt. I, Box 415A,'
rentals boats, help wanted Marine Supplies, Marine Paints NICE old bedstead ((19th ).
HOUSE four three century '
bedrooms Stuart Flt 287-5199 1.16 ((90)) Luxury Waterfront t
trailers, and servo Marine Hardware-everything for HIBISCUS Park. New house "
gardening baths. Swimming pool. On riv New mattress and springs $25. nev- ----- ----- 58 OLDS 98". 4 dr., 11.1.
; ices. er. Phone AT 7. 4133 days or AT your boat Whiticar Boat Works Call AT 7-5182 tf (78)) cr occupied. CBS construction. WATERFRONT INCOME APARTMENT MOTEL factory aIr P.W., P.S., P.B.,
.... Port Sewall. If ((63)) --- -- Two bedrooms, living room, FlorIda Jensen Beach Florida
--- 7-3025 evenings. tf ((38)) PROPERTY. 3 units I and ;2 hydramatic R&ll., was
t --- room, ceramic bath with vanity Fanlh> B,hix I
>
I LA HR S.lie: 26"ft. Ruckus Built MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ,I all Formica kitchen built. \bedroom all furnished! Large util V, 1I:101.. F.. :. Ap.rtm.ot.l.f.d.I $1,195 now $895.
REGULAR CLASSII ICATIONSl with
1/0-/
ity-storage bldg4 150' waterfront __a OutrlffVM-..tauraat.
Cabin Cruiser with 4
Plywood in stainless steel' oven and top built C.",...i..s lo Brldi. FUhlnt, Golf
:
hELP
WANTED 43
r (Numbers over I 100 refer l to dis- removable venilating pla.tics. 113tsp. Lowest Prices in Florida into breakfast bar with 4 stools, Located on main highway close to Cour..a ... .'ht.: tha Intraauaalal
.
.. play classified adq, which appear I IH 1 I Chrysler, excellent condition; I double sink 40,000 BTU buitt-m !schools' and stores. Price includes 58 PLYMOU1II: Belvedere,

after the end of the smaller ads, in BREAKFAST cook. $50 for six.. dual batteries and charger. Life GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS gas furnace lot landscaped! 60 2K() of submerged land: All units TV Included Swlnml.f IN EACH fool UNIT 4 dr. wagon: smallS, pushbutton

t numerical order Be sure to look day week to start. All benefit I lift. CHXK fishing bout large 01"en ORGANS by 125. $9.600! $2. ()O cash and immaculate. $26.(OIK and),CO in. Terms excellent RolandG condition PHONE 287.5566 dr., R.&II. 2 tone >il-
In both places.) and ALSO Waitresses deck, removable Canopies. Single tf (tit)
t vacation. : I 1st trust $7,100 payable at $51 low and white was $695
Lueder. Realtor. 729 ColoradoAve. .
r wanted $30 week and tips Mus 1, ownership, undercover wet storageSumS.mds EASY TERMS a i. mQ4)Ilor| will consider lease: cor> .. Stuart '. 1-9 ((9fATTENTION ( > ... 1 ..t w..t)Uf,-nit iituiicv down,.
House
FOR RENT 35-135 have transportation Answer in 1 : \Hout Jupiter, tract with option to buy to responsible : __
londa i Price $t I8XK( ) ( ). Call MORITZ PIANO CO. $28 per mo.
J'oor Bob Jensen Beach. Phone AT 7-3098 ,
person. party or high) school teach. I.
I FOB RENT OR SALEWANTFD 38-138 Unusual
112 N, SIts Street
2-7811) I West t Palm Beach )
,
Temple
P. O Box 383 Palm tf
l 0(43)( } \ City. ((90)) ers Grumman employes andjust
I TO RENfMELP 40-140 Florida. 1-9 ((63)) Ft Pierce, Fh Ph. 461-4747 folks Three bedroom partly
--- -- ----- tf Opportunity 58 PLYMOU1II: I 4 dr.
,
WANTED 43-143 CURB girl. Apply In person A A sTliT ((78)) furnished CBS home with Esther sedan

Employment Wanted 48-148 W Root Beer 1.9 ((43).) FOR 26-ft.< Chris Craft LEATHER ; LUXURIOUS LIVING William pool in St. Hick ...... ..i..near.l lima with small V8, P.S.P.B., I 11, pushbutton
--- 'rui'er. Outriggers automatic golf) bag seven iron swimming .'....I. *.."'.'",.. dr.,
t Business Opportunities 50-150 FULL OR PART TIMiFRepre. bilge pump, galley head. Sleeps tees and bulls, caddy cart. $45 Lucie Shorts Call 2117. 4j2. ..III" n'rlil. 'lOmnm ......IysS. I one owner like
... ,. ..
2 bedroom 2 bath home In
open 1.9(90)( ) iml I i wriHliiita. Had l rttii new every respect: was
; LOST & IOUNDSCHOOLS 53-153 sentatives needed several terri four. Loaded! with many other I Call AT 7-1530. 1-9. ((78). ) I .> I hi. .. full >FHr aamril
------- -- -- n BAHAMA TERRACE .I..III :.H.,. Kirbr, $695 now $595 no
|" lion 4alN money.
tories for who $1600. Phone AT 7-3252 Ma
54-154 open) women are xtras NOW SHIPPING Tree-ripened TODAY. Modern convenient $9500. half cash will buy prettiest 0CV 1)0: rp...i ......,... .,. ..".
interested in having a good steady after 3:30: p.m. tf ((63)) ........h. t ."..,11,.".." p.."Ik't dow n, $34 per Ui,,.
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 kitchen construction.See 2 bedroom, newly I furnishedframe
income Indian River Fruit Pecan Can quality arrnnil >.... Maaa.....1 .|>-
with Avon Cosmetics Ex-
the BETTER house fine i location pri..Ii,, i. ".. .. ., .., In
USED CARS 58-158 FOR Sale. 16 ft Fiberglas boat. dy Jelly, Honey. Glazed Fruits VALUES at in in se'p '
I (lenience unnecessary Write Avon 1'.''''. ."dr...l.'".t...... Maarprat ,
Coconut Heads Trees Tobacco BAHAMA TERRACE. Jensen Beach... Must sell owner .. ... .._ .
NEW CARS 60-ISO Manager P.O. Box 2427. Veto 40 h.p. Evinrude Motor, elecIric Orange Open .l.is 58 NASH Rambler 4 dr.
,.. 110Tinrrlrr..
BOATS SERVICES 63-163 Beach. Flo. 1-9 ((43)) shift Gator trailer many ex. Blossom Perfume Alligators daily, 'phone AT 70635. transferred' Call 546-5358. or write .... llrnm." wI.i, .. ds..."'.... II 1(1Vta ,..-. II.T., llydramatic P.S., P.R.,
R. H LEAR builder. Box 1827 Stuart tf .... ..
'. Iras. Phone 07-259 ((61)KAFFLMAN ) (Caimans); CONCRETE PATIO ((90)) lakr .11 InHnilwc.
I TRAILERS SERVICES: 68-168 _. .hlp'n.' .nd ....._.."n.. .'.1... R.&II., bron/e bodv, while
--- -- ---- SUPPLIES Oriental Lanterns
EXPERIENCED meotcutter wanted : If ((90)) brardla Inr,, ". ... I.....
I III.
, Services Offered 1\I1hc. 71-171 Full or part hose Pleasant Runabout electric BuckUhs, Foo Dogs!!" War Gods, LOT 51x131 feet, on St Lode I ..,.-.. ..1.l .."..,,.... W rl(. .I... (Ion. a steal, was $895, now
starter 25 hp Johnson Seahorse TWO Unit income property Jen. Crescent. Palms" fruit trees. .nllilalnl I'alnl C" Varalaa orp., I
$595
1 PLANTS SERVICES: 75-175 working conditions good pay. Call Bird Baths. Fountains, Bean Pots, t:not Ohio. IIMe., tovrtnail, Ohio.Business no money down $34
I 597-223, Indianl wn. 1.9 ((43)) motor, convertible top builtin Jardmcres Religious Statues, Grottos sen Beach, one unit rented year Price: $3000( AT 7-2664. 1-9(90)( ) .. .:-. per mo.
For Miscellaneous 78 178 '
Sale --- -
-- ---- I''b.
seats Completely equipped round, the other rented for the
----- --- I Fish Wall Decorations Fun
l e Wanted To Buy 'Mine.! ) 81-181 WANTED: AFTERNOON WAIT. Many extras. Trailer $291 AT and Joke Novelties ComoNOWto\ S081101\ This I is ideal for a coupleto CITRUS 2000 COUNTRY I mile canal Approx and. .. -'PII'1IIIe1l1lt A-

MOVING 3TORVOE 84-184 RESS 1200: 810: pm. 7-1510 1-9 ((63)) AUiOZZIN FRUIT A PATIO live In one side while getting road fronlafe.acres Excellent natural Opportunities 150 I 58 I PLYMOUTH 2 dr. v.ag
Real Estate For Sulo 90-190 STEADY WORK POWEI L'S "*-- SHOP, U. S. No. I Hobo Sound year 'round income from the other -
: t Sale 26' CuhinCrulser 1956 drainage Owner soil on, econ, 6 sld. shift
KR cjl.
DINER AT 7-9708 1-9 ((43)) : 1-9 Illness forces dale and the says report ._ 11III .::1 ,
I \
((78))
Real Estate Wanted 96196i Owens Twin 96 h p. sleeps 4.hel"l. price is reasonable Phone AT 7. shows good citrus land. Only 1 while body green top, e\tra!

i COUPLE to help part lime with galley extras $3500)(). 287. : RARE white Pekingese! puppies, 2619 or AT -5874. 1-9 ((90)) $32500 per acre. Good terms Don't Sell Yourself Short! clean, was $795 now $595
I house and yard work in exchange 4855 1-16 ((63)) $75. AKC Reg. 341 Johnson., Roland G. Lueder. Realtor. 729 ao alOney down $34 per mo.

rOR RENT 35 for apartment and small ::' I Collins Park, White City, St. I.item LOT-Palm Cily-on Canal. SOx ISO. Colorado Ave. Stuart. 1-9 ((90)) It......i.-fl.p.I.a I'r.tlescepl.u.'I
t FIBERGLA% Thunderhird' (Whaler ..
Year 'round Phone $I.294)( Will trade for -
ncoine only. Florida. 1-16 anything :;
County ((78)Ho'BBYCRAFf : .
'I -------- t. hull). Ideal for fishingor BEFORE buying a new home see : : '''''n..
: lyre __ ___ _
t 2872657. 1-9 ((41) f u equal value. AT 72664. 1-9 ((90)) I'n" 'r...... .....
skiing 35 h,p. Fvmrude, trail SUPPLIES. Par this St. lucie Estates, 3 small F... \.01. I"..,... CLEAN AND SlltRP. 51
TWO bedroom furnished CBS
t house for rent All electric WANTED. Part time kelp gen er, boatload of extras inclu.linaBimini ty Decorations, Piastre Plants & NEW two bedroom built in kitchen \bedrooms, large dining and living Rpllnhli I purtv ir periiani mists IORI CONV, Mil. shift.
eral office work mornings only top and windshield $700 Trees" Hanging "3kel'Flower! tile bath with vanity and area, CBS. completely furnished I 01 f.-nmlo: I wanted Tor till;* riiva I P.S., P.D., wonder Imr radio
equipped. No 653 .
Ave. pels. tf Bryant((35)) )( AT 7-2652 1-<) ((43)) 287-0169 1-9 ((61)RAILFR ) & Millinery Supplies, 1'011I1Rub shower and toilet in utility room. including air conditioning city water to Ii ('.A hunilli. sot I HM\unl lit orld Tr:I.B\NITIMIH HloN bile i II., new white arIses lop,
Central furnace with Reduced to $13,900 Lowdown soil KM Hi Tl('BI-H ...101
,, Oriental heating ducts tltrmiuh
her Gorgeous Novelties new hoot
seist h..1, top new red anil
EXPERIENCED help wanted for 011' IlIol.rh I"h. '.nlln.(
ROOMS FOR RENT m private ? & SFRVICKS: 68 Glassware, Fried Marble Supplies, in every room. Insulated ceilings. payment M P. Nelson, ...ill lliHrrhHnillxInir imlta, Villl white finish load leveler
home. Also garage for rent. 619 fountain work. Apply Andy'sSundries Giftware Mosaic Kits, Cut Shells, Door \\1e1l,. 'Phone outlets in all Realtor 325 E Ocean Blvd. 287- Dot Inl.rlcr* sItu your l'fI""h'
.
244 OsccoU St.. Stuart. I oiiil' Ins mrntT" shocks, reul nice $695 $95
E Fifth St., Stuart Telephone AT ---. Religious Articles.! Alligator Goods, rooms. Terazzo floors awning windows 3566. |1.9 ((90)) mmllfv you mst hn\.
71756. tf ((35)) 1-9 ((43)) IOBI1.E home 1962 Ritz Craft Straw Bags .fc Hats, Driftwood, I.irie Carporte. Will be land. IF I IM'i.loo: Ciwh Available Im. down, $34 per mn.
you are looking for a nice.2 midlalalyfar .
---. ... .. 55x10.I 3 bedrooms, IVi baths 'Chenille"& Styrofoam Crafts, Florida Kaped Many more extras. Come bedroom home at sacrifice II >"It''' hnnra, wp'lIlv.
BEAUTIFUL rooms with twin Employment Wanted 48 0x36 Florida room all windows Souvenirs. Hundreds of other and see It. $12.500. Myrtle St.. 1 a $irwtilt, up tn |vm,..v rn ,
t '. beds. New home. Semi and pri. I IF1FTEEN with aluminum uwnmgs Comilctely items at DISCOUNT PRICES. block South of Jensen Builder. price. see Owner. Comer of Croton month. In F,",rpar. time Tub 57 OIDS Minor, 88" 2 sIr
and Camellia compitny will rxirnd' 1 rlnon"\ol\
t vale baths. Cooking privileges. << A furnished on lot with fruit We Teach You Come NOW to Al Forfa. 1-9 ((90)) Drive Poinciana Gar i nlHtanra' tn (nil lop It il<'*\\r- I.T.., P.S., P.R., P.W. hjdrjmutlc -
Plenty of parking. Call Mrs. Day small office book. dens. |1.9 ((90)) i .il lx> not naw r sot|",, fullyiliiHlirird
years
t recs. Automatic washer and two AIGOZZ1NI GIFT & CRAFT for the tlnia\ und RH, beautiful green
Invralmrnt
t 2872589. tf ((35)) keeping 1 experience (Builder) frigerators. Price $8,000)( Terms. CENTER, U. S. No. I, Hohe 300'(and) oceanfront zoned for hotels PRIVACY on wide river here 2 metallic finish clean Inside
motels Low
Have letter of re olltmenJat Oll. price of $175. Income >tnrt lmm.illal. .
AT 7-0778 19(68)( Sound.. 1-9 ((78)) bedrooms 2V4 births large hv- lrrtimlamu and out, $69,
BEAUTIFUL
3-room modern Part time or full time. Permanent a front ft. :29! % down Roland Olustier. a a I li Sri, up to, toil no rust was
( apartment. Cathedral! ceilings Realtor Ing area. outdoor patio( cedar Ma mrcurr looiilloniifelllm now $595 no, down,
729:! Colorado money
resident. AT 7-0570. tf ((48)) FORSaIe or will trade for smaller )- MOTO-MO\VER 21" super model ,
sliding glass doors lots of closets, city water enclosed garage S S I ;, .ol-llln. I
storage
Ave, Stuart. 1.9 enrsp'r t tSn $34 mo.
trailer 1963 10x50 Cross. 201 Positive transmission pro ((90)) partially furnished 10 bear- ,'. not nm.,.srr. per
space Completely furnished.Adults. land 2 bedroom house trailer. Full 3 ) &. Stratton .
For
pulsion. h.1'o Briggs pannnnl lnt rM 1. n 'in voui,
No pets. AT 7-3477. tf ((35)) LOST & FOUND 53 FOR Sale by Owner: Three bed Ing fruit trees Owner going cltywr4eo| plroa. tortoiSe phoninunibar
bath tub and shower See: Mr engine. Bought spring 1963. Used North $37,500 .
room. I Hi bath home. Excellent Terms. M. P.
BUILDING 24x36? FOR RFW ..a4. ...... and Mn linwood Davis, Rio eight times. Like new. Cost $130. location. Corner lot, landscaped. Nelson. Realtor 287-3566,1.9(90)( ) TELIE'-JIIIl UROTOHIL.57CIIEV.

-ON MONTEREY ROAD. LOST marcasite pin, initialed Trailer. Court. Rio._. 1-9 ((68)) Will sell for 65.00 Phone Ft. Two air-cotxhtioncrs.i Parquet PCX: J! 'x 83731'"unK'lo"n ROLET, 2 tIn jet black beauty -
$50 MONTH. AT 7-2h,4, 1-9(35)( ) NTC in Stuart last week' Keep M5---TRA-- -V-A to. 2 -bedroom- -- -- Pierce 464-2249 evenings. 1-9 ((78)) floors l in Florida room. Afl, electric alL-JII: >.i ii: :F::,, i::. :euie: i'isiIv'is:' :: :::........ U, Ohio t 6 cjl.: straight: stick R., 1OWMl't

sake. Reward offered Can AT 71361 mobile home for side Excellent kitchen AT 7-0877) ._1-30(901( FOR RENT 135 I-S Sinai extra nke, $795.
.
( or AT 7-5985. 1-9 ((53)) condition completely/ furnished1 Wanted 10 Buy (Mb).*.) 81 THREE l III .......-..-- -
room house screened .
.,. -4__ __JI Call before 5 p.m. 287-1433. tfh( ) ar j iIiT::' I
SPECIAL NOTICES sleeping porch. carport separate S USED CARS 15S 1961 14 FT. COLONIAL
55
; IANTADsI 6-FT. camping trailer. Homemade WANT the best price for your utility plenty storage space. Completely RUNABOUT. Windshield
I II""' .A J For !sale For more in- car? Call Ralph Bates at 287. furnished! Lot SOsI I U. n _

ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS formation cull AT 7-3626::! 1-9 ((68)) 1214. Merkle Motors, lao tf ((81) Palm Lake Park. Corner 19th and remote control steering:

meet at 8:30: p.m. every Wed. 1 r _____uu&1! Park. Court. Owner Frank Vere. ..."T'l1'r....1,. "UTII........."U.t......:..... tilt wheel trailer 18, full h.p. evinrude full

f DOTIEJGB} nesday at the Community Church, ServIces Offered Mb.c. 71ISCONS1N Real Fstale For Sale ,90 bety- ---__ --tf ((90). Orl.ln.l,... I.ManaMMatSI ......... length cuojlofl'IJce canvas' 'II!

Jensen Beach. For information .......... r WANT to trade Corner lot St. '2'.1': ....n ... .., .a....
Phone AT 73332. U (5)WANT ) J lode for II........ ... ,.. .... U \ tan. Ready to go: flshln'was i
small
NEW WATERFRONT Height travelt..iler. ''I'' .
r the best price for' your car? W aJ'aratra: GRACIOUS home I in BAHAMA See CUuJe Pearson little I ,..." .......'. ,7It..... ...11 $695. now $495. No
Clinton $28
AIR I tl\.Ol.: down month.
per
trailer Charlotte St.. Rio.
Call Ralph Bates at 2871214. COOLED ENGINES in stock and TERRACE. An unusually fine I grey

Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55)) i parts and men who know how to home with many luxury features __-- ------ 1-9- ((90)) -- -- --

WANTED: Your rummage and repair them. ULMER MOTORS Beautifully l..nd'iCaptwalerfronl! INCOME and home. 3 furnished, ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS OHO ns ..,..... "....
Junkl I The Riptide Players are "or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your PXend- lot with tea-wall and pier. Price heated apartments. Large rooms, l I..nka c_4 .km ...,.. radar' '
having a GIGANTIC Bargain Bee Iy Dodge Dealer. _tf (71) $17.500 Call R. H. Lear Owner. overlooking India River. $10 s..,5. M lit ...5155..14 M. |. i.Li .. CARRINGTONCAR:
AT 7-0635 tf ((90))
900. Box 119!. Jensen Beach or
in Jinuarj (date to be announced)
HAVE small Bulldozer: Tractor STIltS?
SITO
to raise money for a special project )- Mower and Due.. Will clear lots I IN Bahama Terrace A quality retircment -, phone 287-0918. 1 19(90)I ( ) nl LIlT OTBU: BOll.BTABDSTUART. I. lass: 111... ...."U.t...

All contribution: of rummage cut tree. Fence 'posts and pilings borne. 2 bedroom, 1 Sale: Choice I ISO ft. Comer P1.015105uovaa.cicapsa 1-1 sins CO.
odds and] ends white elephantsand bath CBS, large carpeted: living : APIRTWEXT .
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for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT on Ocean Boulevard. Price:: $39 a ROOMS' BS.TIIarrrtrBoiKD -
any old thing you want to get .1401. tf ((71) room. Built-in Formic kitchen per foot Terms. Write Box D 'Ie "Ht\'RIILF.T ... AlA OLD DIXIE inVY. at
ATJantic 7.1550 orastift.AR4EL5aIX I..p.' C.
Dial rid of, will be gratefully accepted II, large inside utility 1'0011wilb 30 c/o Stuart News. 1-9 ((90)) K4T' Ria' ...'.. .5.5 ........1..1 ,'
Pick-up can be arrwged Contact BETTER Building by Bishop re by 12 screened porch. An on s.ovNG.Wu4bIy STT nr sue.....e al..Uw., tbaa .l...ss....1_. FNDIANTOWN RD.
and ask for the Mrs Nellie Peuoni at pairing and remodeling. Will beautifully landscaped Corner lot. FRAME dwelling of Florida pine s.- TsetW.T.PACETMge. p.s kava ( 4 .da.STUART UHTER. Phone 746-4772,

Don't misa this !' 287.3147'1 build I I complete home on your Must be seen to appreciate. For 5 rooms and bath. Must be ii On DUI. r" i.nt.ITO a.. .HiLEll( t. H Open oo Sundays
"B I
port yoor new Little lot. Terms can II, arranged. Free informattoi or 'appointment call moved. $300 Ph xw> 27-2657. !... 5 lNa.. I tn I I' '1'}

a Want Ad Takes. ; (;rgup. Thank you, ( ) Estimates. AT 7-5840. tf (71) AT 73359. If ((90)) 1.9 ((90)) Dial At ,-.Tte U till) 1-' 55111) I-





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SOTH I ANNIVERSARY EDITION rilT Tl4RT (HorUa) NTUS: Thursday Janobr, 9. 1964 7-B'
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MtRRUGE: LICFN1F I ..... .... Fi\
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*MrlrISml M.w4Arllerlt : (I S\lEm e '*" > Mr' nvnwon-4 ;
APPLICATIONS i TRAILERS & SERVICES 16 REAL ESTATE OR SALE 190 ''REAL INSTATE FOR
I MOVING A STORAGE 18StnlalSm t
Real Estate For Sale 90 I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
Leonard D. Conger to Paulette ?>- -
I Sturgifl hoth of Vero Deach I -
200' -laned U. S. I. $795 Cash and RIVERFRONT BARGAIN
frontage on Jerry McClame Green to Susan :
Grove of 100 bearing citrus Jane Martin both of Stuart. 1964 Fleetwood $125 Per Month tea tl M IMUTfCOCOANUT
tree. a 720 ft. More bldg, 2 '
bedroom CBS sq home and 2 deep John C Houston to Betty New Buys new deluxe 2-hedroom, %. PARK
well all for $2500000 Suitable house, both of Stuart. Mobile HomesAt ',iiti bath CBS home. Central heat I' 0WP.. EXCH M4-OS7* C. B. ARBOGASTREALTOR.
for almost any type husiness.NO Milton Wayne Powell Port Salerno and &r IIdltlonlnl. (). .pachm Or w* ,.. BMOKKM If'' Inn
FINANCING I COSTS Will and Barbara Doris V\or Prices Moving and"tornge I Call.
Popular hit (bi St Lade Park I .
consider a horn in trade n down GOING MIDWESTPart ESTABLISHED 1925
den, Stuart. Owner AT 72417.
payment. 729 Roland Colorado G.Ave.Lueder. Stuart.Realtor Junior Mike to Emma Jean ____ SPECIALS __ loaded tan Have apace foe 1." I II' II i 252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-W40#
lire home .
-- -19--(90) -Gary both of Indlamown.1 I 1960 10x45 ft. avenge AT 7-0878, funushmgt.Call ---- ---- I For Sale. The I PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING

,"wwrvrwwwwa t>:IUUJ! 1 2 bedroom $2.700.00 Fag,. Trannfer and Stone APRfMENTSTRIPI
SERVICES OFFERED, MISC. 171 1955 8 x 35 ft. 800 Flaglcf ATcnn EX SPLIT LEVEL

,.... .,... ." ,' ".....1..11 U III UIII17.l\iIJ,\ I....... 1 bedroom. $1,27500 tf ((114)) Overlooking Inlet Ideal HOME Our Best Buy .
Sunrise" Inn AreaJ
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SPECIAL nF.AR.\NCE -.t r ._ _4 Unit*. CBS 10 ACRE TR\CT-

TAX I On 5 1963 Travel Trailer. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ItO L.R, BR, Den., kit. 0 2 Bedroom, 2 Ruth
YOUR INCOME PREPARED Bath (tile) Fkcelltnf location In Port St.! lode I area. Acres to Highway
These are all '63 new and used "an nllf Furnished Unfurnished e Central I heatS IN". I Hlih( and dry ,\ppro.lmulely. KM young cinm. p,
I modek Price start at S8 0. I tree IJ
-BY- We Kllll! rent and trade Travel OwnerASIIIDATF brae Screen Porch'

I Trailer SECLUDED Under Priced at Only $11,500
I cloiM Room
0 Sp King
Route 2, But 84, Stuart
XCONSULTANT NOW DELIVERING )'.., .f H*. rrk 111.. 1.1.! .* AT 7.0562 Of BrokerMORTGAGES
IOIISA'I LYNCH I BOTTLED GAS ".... b .lnlii._ rt ...... your I.110) I 0 10ft. Sliding DOOM to PatioFenced Our Jest Buy ..,
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Hlvf. ..< S a Urlu4 Fnclovd flack Yard
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1..r.. idea tl. \\.... -
Will Buy, Sell, Trade For, or mint .ii way !. lr......".nillirv ttlltl
FORMERLY WITH THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE Accept on Consignmentour tin. Only $17,700 HOMES +
Receive the Maximum Deduction Allowed by Law Used Trailer. Owner V. BrennanRl. .

OFFICEt INDIAN RIVER DRIVE. Route 707, JENSEN: BelL COME: OUT AND SEE ,. Down. Balance 20-Yr.
,. >, a M. rhn AT T-4.1* 25 YEAR TERM $5,000 MMMMMM: : OMY! $12400 for this Inmmciiluie Stuart home
Opposite Octal Brreie Park I "SANDY" OR DON .. rear HmkrPI,. ,110)) NEW AND EXISTING Ii I.t Mortgage.! (lorn, to the schools Park Hospital In fact every {

Residence, Phones Office Phonet I For The Best Deal In The IIOMU: : $112 I month Including thing. Two nice.!bedroom* Beautiful kitchen screened' porch
AT 7.2534 AT 7-0997 I County _________ u _.. C. R. Ashley, Rllg. Broker per truly a btaut). No clueing rush littler hurry on Hit on,.
TAXES AND ISSUR.\ (.1t
Daily: 9 'til 5:30 p.m., Sun. 2.4 p.m. tf ((171)) I i Taylor Ashley
ON TILE nun: ST. UC1F I III thh. comfortable CBS, Two bed.
SANDY'STRAILER Ocean to River 630 COLORADO VENUE Phone 287-2986 room Two bah home with den, ...lA'tlhl.Ir fond Itkin.
.. _...._ _. __ AT 7-2440 '
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100680 .
I Frontage Virgin tree on till ( Int. \e. It I ls funilshrd lox Total""
tf (110) tf (190))
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 PARK & SALES I rlce $27,51)0).

_..______ JW ,._. .bm,""""' ......._ 287-5788 500 ft. by 2,500 ft. -
BO\TM\N' PARADISE Protected harbor deep water, ex.relfent .
1 Mile N. of Stuart oa U.s. 1
The finest tract for the
tt tin) II/ You Like The Water See These view ut the !St. Iiicle. three 1 !bedrtMtiu. two bulb _
FOR SALE3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEE lowest price islandPrice on llutchinson : Seawalled lot with dock Hurrkane awnings You will be
----- -- --- anm/rd at all (he nice feature for only S1. OO.OO.
... WATERFRONT HOMESITES
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Service* Offered, Misc. 171 $86,000. r r ,
I Terms I II
I I OUR REST BUYS FOR '64
-I U.S. NO. ACREAGE
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RIVER
FRONTAGE W. B. Tilton i
JOHN'S 100'xl25' South Fork Area ..... ... ........ S 2625 16 acre fronting 330' on four-luned highway I-ocafed In Irtlv..r. .
BODY SHOP Realtor 100'xl50' Hideaway Me ... .......... 3,350 ... north of llnb Sound. Siillahle for trailer park home -

f sk> ACRES Complete Bodywork & Painting 287-1411 I IIO>x240' North River Shore .............. ....... .. 6,400 or mud I or lourkl buslncM. (BS duplex on property.

FOR INFORMATION Will. to Quality 7-3584 Work Monterey GuaranteedAT Road I.9 (ISO) 100'xl70 Krueger Park . .. ...... 6.TOO Excellent PossibilitiesOnly$31,750.00See

tt mn) 300 On kit St. Luck River Only... 7.500 I
VINCE NELSONBOX --- - -- 120x200' Port Sewall .. ... ........... .. 9,000 \

I RHODES I20x400' Port Sevmll, -Near Inlet ........ ,. 10,800 NORTH RIVER SHORES
SAM I II
122, JUPITER, FLA FOR YOUR LOVED ONES 100M60' Sewalln Point ...... ............... .. 12,500 NORTH RIVER FOREST

PRINCIPALS ONLY MARBLE GRANITE ConstructionInc. i 100x150' St. Icicle Estates (bulkhiadid) .. ..... 19,500 RIVER RIDGE
tI tool
OR BRONZEMARKERS . 25,000
250x700' Port Sewall STUARTS LEADING WATkRFRONT COMMUNITIES

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Close To The Water .
The Symbol of Your Lore 4a lUll) t

$8,000.00 Whether you want monument Developers/ of I 111'"25" Near Inlet l IcK'k" 25' tJevallon Port Sewall . .. .
headstone or simple dignified
I Area Only 2900.
II I marker we will design it in un.perishable !
Close In 2 bedroom furnished home Large trees garage. I stone aa the symbol St. Lucic Heights \
Terms to suit. of your love for a dear one. South Jensen I HOMES HOMES HOMES JohnsonREALTOR

Stuart Services I leights I R. V.

WATERFRONT BEAUTY Kenneth S. SlImmeD Skyline IIeights I Visit u" and see our photo Ilklhig. of over fifty leited home
Box 1407 AT 7.1477 or.3201M Skyline Park I In this area.
(171)
and i WSIIORS lid your NEW: FREE: FISHING Mil at our offkc. FIRST FEDERAL BLDG 6) .'
-- -- ---- now
$$15,500.00 Aka a map of the Greater Stuart Vreu. No blluflon|( of rournet'

2 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Super large screened patio. Dock I T 1aELIAaLa Legion i iI I AT 7.3366 l

your boat right at your door-and Its BRAND NEW. Easy term iI I i i A I HeightsI I Me P. NELSON HOMES


: ...IN T..kdE11VICa
TOP BUSINESS CORNERS I I REALTOR JENSFN 2 BEDROOM! Like new condition Nicelylundwaptd
I 3 Bedrooms 2 utility. room', IBS constriction Ga heat AwnIng .
M. R. (RONNY) NFLSON ASSOCIATE
Z (Twin Size) *, TAM home In priced rlKlil at $II.9tH''.
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P.O. Box 1281 STUART, FLORIDA Phone 2873566MEMBFR
COLORADO AVE. MAIN COR. ; 3 q 2 Baths
MUITIPIF: LISTING SERVICE
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Gm.fI GATE 2 BtIROOI\I-: I Bath. Urge Fill room
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85.000 SQ. FT. AT 85e PER FOOT 8 Foot Closets :I" 11 IM) Included are 3 Mlra lots fur only 1500000.

LOW DOWN PAYMENT -_BALANCE 15 YEARS I AT 7.2341,17(1( Large Dining Room u_ .. ___ _. I II

Kitchen With I IFNSPN I 2 BFDROOM and I I bedroom cottage,
Furnished, Good; rental location for only $10,90000 I )
Breakfast Bar i FINE HOME BUYSLIVE
U.S. 1 CORNER I For Sale, Miveenaneoin 178
Large Utility Room
2 BFDROOM, 1 bath plus 2 cottage all furnished Very
Near Chamber of Commerce, $29,500 I -- with Laundry Tray I good !locallcNi.. Priced at $17,00000 I
hi the roa.try-.VE. ACRES of fertile hind pin a four I
ww eM WIW 1,281 square feet of f bedroom CBS" home louse I III newly pubiled .bold* and out. I NORTH RIVFR SIIORM: -Waterfront 2 bedroom-2 ceramlflbaflu

Family Livingon $1,000.00 down. $95.00 per month. large living room liloncd: porch Boat slip (enlral heal

OCEAN BLVD. CORNER100'X200' : A I.j FURIJROOM., two bedroom tile bath., tern/to floor, ear and air conJItlonlna./ Extra: largo lot, all for only $49,50000.

port and extra large utility room. Nice residential area, 9750.00
$15,000 CASA RIO Landscaped Lots Term INCOME PROPERTY

BOAT MOTOR SALES, Inc. Minimum 75' x 100' l $500.00 DOWN will buy a three bedroom home, tile bath, built-In

MO RouU TOT lie .tt At(171)T-OM4 oven and raogetop, walking distance to utore Residential area. I 8 UNITS 4-2 bedroom 4-1 bedroom. All unit facing
r CHOICE HOME SITES $12,500Sam 1190000. water, heat and ale conditioned very best of locution and all are

City Water, $2,250.00. Your termsbon I 3 BEDROOMS: 2 toe bath, terra/io floor, kitchen with built-in In Ilk. new condition.
HORSESHOEGUN oven and nan tfP. refrigerator large basement, carport. I. ndKaped -
lot. $14,500.00. HOUSES PIUS 1 FX1RA: LOT 2-2 bedroom 1-1 bed.
SHOP I RhodesConstruction room. Inn rental unit are In a nice: linallon' and ar* on yearly
rental biwln. Located on Rhenlde Drive. Priced at $20,65000,
Complete U... of Gun and Business Opportunities _____

: OlCelig Ammnahion and Acrevoriet( I BUSI PROPERTY 200 ft v... Highway ,I, Large I WATERFRONT LOTS

: e AM..ItMPM. M. ...... I Inc.P.O. CBS building tultabl for restaurant gung, flx-ll thop, or
n Company I Ia..I .... with 100' NEAR NEW HIGH SCHOOL 54000.00
I.. '.M. .J.r any btwlne Excellent location on 4- highway, cans
900 Colorado Av*.. (acros* from 1st NaHonal) Bank TIo....... la N we I Box 824 Jensen Beach over In front Can be purchuned ON term!. 8S' 175'| HIGH ELEVATION, So. Jensen on river $7,000.00100's270'
AT 7.2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 Florida
....02.. LAVNDRO f\T washers, 4 dryers, good money maker 7000.00
RIVER MIORF!
NO.
DON O-KELLY BOB WILLIAMS u.a. I YIN N. .1 PM It. L..N
I or I Phil Baker, Sale !Manager $5,500.00.
I.. tt.'> TP tl1U 1.* (110)
INCOME PROPFJtTY efficiency duple, each M. aktlyfurahhed I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
1 healed and air conditioned. .500.00. Term I
I SMALL BUSINESS, Franchises for

C. O. RAINEY Realtor LOTS AND ACREAGE ;I Martin will handle.and Palm Beach County. $10,000


TWO ACRES with frontage on State Road 76. 1.190.00. I

CO I IERCIALVaterfront, ) Homes _II RESIDENTIAL I II. BUILDING UTS Skyline Helgl.l U5000.. I RESTAURANT AND SUNDRY, well

Comer Lot Skyline Drive 12.750.00. I stocked, very good location.ACREAGE .
273' FRONTAGE ON u.s. NO. 1- 1. SPACIOUS IIOME. .Id. SLack 1. CORNER LOT.. lall 4 edr00llll 1 I
Apf'I"Mlmattty 18 ann 3 I b.drnm rtvw 3 IIetIrootM, den. Fl.. room J bet.- 34'cneoed porch.Ida 1tuH.. I $11.00( DOWN and $1000 per acre per month for oa* acre
home Commercial mango gee" J ...... c..NInC location lit city hi hmtleeae tarp kltdtne with rang : 8 eta vmt at Pace Oty. I
Lake- 5 miles South of Stlrrt-PrIc I'rIn $32,500.0 Tma&. and nfrlIeneor Do.bk tarport. LOTS n South Jensen $975.00. I SEVERAL CHOICE TRACTS TO CHOOSE FROM
$40OOO.1It 2. PORT SEWAlL OG sc. End Owatt' movI4 north
River Her I.ktATE 200'00' 1to.cb00. 10 ACRES Loop Road frontage, $395.00 per acre. Terma. IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE

%. 200' ON ST. LUCIE RIVER Ideally Winding. peed drlY-LoYrI lantbc.,. IF YOU HAVE A TRAILER: AND WANT TO TRADE rr ONA
located 'or ap.r......Itou -350' Sleep bg J bedro4 I baL 3sr 2. 3 BEDROOM .bah. 11__wItIa I II
Leal dot 2 allfJ from dowatowu gauge IfI&II look 5wttpln drw 36 ,taN....Imllllni pool& -Buut4he. rang HOME SEE US.! ,
Stuart III&h wooded Fabulous Wall to wall carpetbag Completely and oven-LltlIlty r- wkh.. washer ...dI JohnsonREALTOR
view I'.lceUmt value for $25,000.00. fmahhed Prise $100,000. dryer. PrIce 513,500.00. R. V.
i W. J. WEISS REALTORU.S.

101 COLORADO AVENW 1t1S'I1XE R..ICY rJIIL DORLON DIAL A10. 71262ntruT ; 1, Box 667 Phone 287.3538

" JI.OIUDo\ ASSOC1ATIS MDIRa MLI JENSEN BEACH, FLA. AT 73366I
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TIIE SNARE (F1..> NEWS soni ANNIVERSVRYEDITIONTbureda :
>'. January 9. 1964 I HEAVY WESTERN U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK
-I
NATIONAL TEACHERS I tion must apply no later than Jan
EXAMINATION JLB. 15 17 the dale registration closet
Dean Charles Sample of Indlun Applications may be obtained at
the college on Virginia Avenue 01
Rivor Junior College has announced request for application will b<- Bone In C
that the National Teachers examination honored l by mail or telephone
will be held on Pcb 15ai
the Dan McCarty High School What is said to be the world',
jMiinasium. first recorded! auto faUlitv wa
Sample stated that any person the death of W. H. Rim n nodes
interested I in taking this examina Irian, in New York in IK9.. lb.
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REAL' KSFVIK: : OR SUE 199 ,
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room, 1-bath CBS house ----- -
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Within easy walking distance cif Port SI. ucle !Marina on St. "Super Right" Short Shank Smoked Whole 6 to 8 Ib. av RIBS .. ........ .. Ib 45 C
Lurk river. 15" by car to Stunrt or Fort Pierce. On 100'\ 150' ALLCOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED
full landscaped lot. Carport, utilities[ room, .tool shed U'ell llil
pump
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SLICED BACON 2 &; 79c
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and sprinkler system, awnings storm ''khiiften reverse cycle air ,
conditioner, gas Move, new GE refrigerator' TV antenna. other PICNICS Hermann's Baked or
extras Three yean old, It has been well conditioned for comfort. '
able, trouble-free living (no unforeseen new house problems to BOILED HAM ..._............. : 59'
bother you!) II
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i'I I t I Choice Boosters Beef RoastSHOULDER

Priced by owner for quick sale. ;, ;;;.'?;;;. III ......................... .69c

Phone Fort Pierce 4643472OPPORTUNITY rrr,I : Seml- cmelefil! Beef RoastCALIFORNIA
t I.s (no) i I CHUCK
-- -- --- STEAK.Ib 49 C lbe 29 c ............. ..... ,Ib.59cSEAFOOD


IDnett forces tale of 2 Bedroom CBS Home, 2 years old-Large I
LHhin-Duiing Area Custom Kitchen and Bath Glass' enclosed -
shower- 12x14 Florida. Room -Awning H'Indow* I lealth & Keaitty>' Aid Features SUPER RIGHT TENDER SLICEDLIVER
Aluminum Awnings- 14,500 BIU Air Conditioner- 13.5 Cu. I
Ft New Frosttaw Refrigerator Culligan Water Softener 1 COLD REMEDIES:
libDLLSS: DRESSED:: & DRAWN RUSH
Special fine screening excludes all UIMM.IS- CBS Walk-in Utility' I
Room Carporte- Cement Drive 80 110' Dry Lot I COLD CAPSILLS: Spanish Mackerel.. lb. 29C
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No water bill 110 foot driven well Fully landscaped I
Bahaia grew-20 types shrubs and trees-Street tights-Low I HEADLESS DRESSED DRAWN FRESH
county taxes-South of Stuart on 4 lane Route No. 1-Cannot
duplicate at this price. I Colspanpk Bluefish .... .. .......... ... lb.. 39'
SU'fInR: SUR 'OOKEI


By Appointment$12,990. FURNISHED Phone 287-4325 1(190)( i I Of 79c 1 HAM CANNED 5, $3 9'' > lb.39C KING Mackerel BONELESS Steaks ........ .. .Ib,. 49'

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WATERFRONT HOME $$13,900.00 Grouper Fillets ...... ..,.., .. lb. 63C
'hildrensr ASPIRIN-RUFF'ERFI ALLGOOD BRAND SLICEDBACON
: : )
AC TABS [
Brand new CBS 3 BR. IVi' Bath I Home, on 100' waterfront Lot Gapt. Johns Quick Frozen
In crowing are*. Carport, Utility! Room, largo screened porch ASPIRIN ..............M"io129c'" i iIlb.
This won't last!'.:
VAPOR RUBVICKS PERCH or COD

15 ACRES $400 PER ACRE .. ..............e'*j:w; 89c

Beautiful' wooded country home site' with picturesque creek flow DFCONGKSIIVE TAB1F1S
bg through K. Excellent investment or home site. DRISTAN "'"'"gScREGULAR ; pkg 3 9cr.

ROCKY POINT ESTATES LOTS 2 lb.pkg.79c .
y'. --iiWi
Yonr own waterfront park on the Intncouslul Waterway with the i1ii---------1
beautiful Sl. uile Inlet and world's best fishing Just around the
corner. Large 70' x 110' lots", paved romlH excellent elevation. 1 50. .MAID M i iI'
Priced at only $995 and up-term* of $25 down and $25 per i '
'; .1 '
month I ttli-\ ) \1: i\:'' i -i;'r ;j'*:;y f -.", RED OR GOLD DELICIOUS MEDIUM YELLOW COOKINGONIONS I' Witt thl Coupon i:

; I';':':1r '' r. .t :;.'yr oo" 20c Off STAMPSiI'H !
RALPH HARTMAN\ JR. / -.. t" HINSIANT. I Ii
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? .-i... ..,, APPLES rt !
e': Real Estate and Insurance ." I i(U# Coupon.|ooJ thru.l. j
110 East Osteolu St. Plume AT 7-4600. '.; 'r, : ; .I Y. L r' neu.wM" ; =MIA _______j jr.
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-' ? ,,; ; 2 Ibs. 29c 3 lb. bag 20 f' 25&b& HAID I

RIVERFRONT ESTATE STAMPSWith

WHITE thl. Coupos *nd p"'UN o*
Ann Page Smooth or Krunihy
FOR SALE

I POTATOES 10 6,39 I I BUTTER PEANUT .. 8-oz.1 pint JarjH1 CQr*

200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful g I Coupon thru J.l,II. Mir t-ll .
Broad St. Lucie River .. --1 .M'
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Wckh's Grupe Jelly orGRAPELADE SMALL SIZE SALE IONA LIMA
Within City Limits of StuartCity 2 Ann Page Zesty TonuiloKETCHUP

............. :rx 39c Green Giant Corn orPEAS ANN PAGE RED, ... 22S49c;::;::
Water Green Giunt CutASPARAGUS SULTANA PORK &

An Well Original Kept and Florida Spacious Home .......2 'u.r49c; BEANS Ann Page Really HueMAYONNAISE qlj';; 49cAnn

Green Giant SiltedWAXED

Nice Guest Cottage BEANS ..... 2': 43c 16oz. MACARONI Page Illiow Spuchcttl.or... .tlbow. 2 :Pk:: 37c
Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. Sail Brand
Well With 449''C can 1O Ann Puge Tart Sweet
Landscaped
Large Lawns and Many DETERGENT .. K49c: your choice C SALAD DRESSING qUj;: 35<:

Beautiful Trees and Plants
Special Green Giant Cream White
Style
Priced To Sell $$29,950.00See Jane Parker Delicious Freshly Baked

Your Agent or Phone CORN > 17-or.. 29c

AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 tt tsar J tSadi cans APPL ES

__._- __ __ .. on_ __ __ ._ Special! Jane Parker Iced Spanish Bar



GOOD BUYSSmall CAKE each 29 1 Special 39cJ


Acreage nearby at $500.00 per acre Pickle Patch Silted 22-ot. 33- La Choy S-ot. 19 .. ,/ llJ:=.lb.
C
DILL PICKLES bottle SOY SVLCk: bottle __ Each
Lots with water f frontage at $2,500.00 each elbeik: WilIer Ground ll>. Upton 11S! -or.
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CORN:" JULAL ... .... 3 Ill 39 C INSIAN1: IFA J Ja r 49 C
Retirement home in nice location Sunshine 1lb. OQ_ !Minute Muld Frozen O 6-oz. IOCRiPFFRUir
kRISPY CKACKIRS: .... \box L\JC JUKE' 6 cansflJC- Your dreams come: true with PRICES IN THIS AD ARE
$7,500.00( with terms Northern 00 !Minute Muld Frozen O 6-oz. GOOD THRU SIT* JVN. 11.
BAIHRMM: 11SSUF .. .. 3 rout WC LEMONADE L cans *OQ--l/C & PLAID STAMPS
Northern !Minute !Maid Kroien Store Hours:
6-oz.
Irl.AlA1
Al1ANnC a
Citrus Tract, close in, 300 acres PAPER 1tmu .. ...... L1pkg.41Nabisco | C \NVNA-OR-\NGK:' JUICE can 37 C rACeIG IfA COAVANY R1C.
DAILY *:M AJM.
: Premium I-Ib. !Minute Maid FrozenCR.VPEFRLir IJ-o&. OPEN
at $400.00 per acre SALTINES .... ..... pkg. 29c SFCIIONS: CIIIt 39 C 1 ( ( OPEN CLOSE TIL 9 6:30 PAI.PAL FRIDAY
La Choy 1lb. !Minute !Maid Frozen 6-01.
CHOP VLCEIABLLS: .. .can 33 C ORANGE: DILIGII1 2 caRl 37c 7 rM.SATURDAY

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TAYLORASHLEYREAL '
laundry Bleat Greenwoods Tiny "hole Lustre CreamSHAMPOO keystone Button La Cboy Meatless

CLOROXColpite CUPS I BEETSJarJ MUSHROOMSCleanser CHOWMEIN

ESTATEJim U PkF "
pi,41c :SUs 69 c ; JC 6Qc cQftlOWI' 37c

Whitehead
ASSOCIATE Pure Vegetable Shortening DetergentFAB DetergentSUPER AJax LIquidCLEANER

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS CALL 546-3771 Dental Cream CRISCO SUDS A.JAX2:33c

630 COLORADO AYE. PHONE AT.''.(180).2440I. 31439c 3 79c :; 33c 2:pkp, 49c 1:1039cbB :



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about the hard-working, rugged morning when he would start out ""' ." ..., w."t J .. .. Tl.MKS ARK good when. fishermen' bring loud of mackerel like these to the fish. hou_if the bottom
individualista of the Port Salerno his engine would quit and he would VEEN'S SQUID Both ..BIf.N1IlUI..NO.. IS NAME does not fall out of the market overnight.
fishing fleet in this special edition let out a string of cusswords that _
"There Pete he could be heard up and down the day in his twenty-two and one- tel of tricks to increase the cutch. said, "will do anything on Gods
was Blueberry
said. "When 'tired Pocket. Sometimes he hold to use hilffootcr.B1TN? DAM F1NO He starts with four tlilfcrcnt kinds green earth in response: to friendly] ,
Blueberry got some pretty rough language but of lures on four lines, finally finds! decent treatment. They've risked
of it all, he filled up his tank has a low opinion of the amateurs
aboard he always found the rlllht word the best one There are tricks as their lives hundreds of tunes for 4
put an extra five gallons eventually.Ing who fill the ocean these days. to length of line and to hauling it people in trouble around the inlet:'
In a can and announced: 'I'm go- "They don't circle the fish any
in, so that you skate the fish over lUien says that there is only
East' He headed due "Tom Hen..en was top squidder
East more, but cut across the schools the of the water nil about .
designedto one-fourth much
out the inlet and was never heard for many yean. In New Jersey they every which way. They don't observe make top the fish hit as conmcrcial a/ !
of called him Burnegate Tom and he most and get fishing going on here now : e
And
again the courtesies.
common them in the boat in the shortest t as there was "10 the old days."
HAnd you might tell about Fred was top squidder of the Burnegate they don't know anything about ,
There are three fish houses" left
fleet around 1908 1910. What "
Gabby Fred was high-hooker for to squid ing. time.Commercial is
he dldn know about fishing declining, where there used to be a dozen.
many yean on bluefish, running! squids,.ng Squidding, according to Hazen, he says, largely because of cheap But, as ItOlIlIS there is any market .
200, 300 or 400 pounds a day. He wesat to be known. I is an art now-largely for gotten, foreign i imports "We're Only getting WTIII, men like: Carte Haze
I taught me all the tricks on hand- }-Iaeaniwhe. goes >to. sea ev Your.veteran squlddcr.!but a bar : 6 cents for mackerel and blue and Jiii follow burnt-linen and net
I .1 today" h. said, "which j Is IBM than !ten wHC be out with the
half what we were getting twenty scouting the reefs,
)years ago." dipping birds, In man'i aae- d.IIwn.J I I 9
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Ii of the South soon after the of those days and neighbors were
turn of the century was the \Villum few end far between, but their
i A. Roebuck family. I outlook on life was well illustrated
I rt0 I by Mrs. Roebuck' naming her
With his wife and "seven children
all of school age, Roebuck I spacious country home which she
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I moved in 1907 from Bas&ingcr, called 1I1>f'C. The former Avarll-
la Avriutt and her husband livedto
on the Kissimmce River, to the
somethlnqn6V "back country" of Martin Coun- see their seven bustling youngsters "" r
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at that time between Stuart and The father of the family died I/ M'I' r '
I ndiantown and there were no'' in 1942 at the age of eighty-three, +
,.' roads connecting it with either i His wife died in February J 1948at
place. It was a two-story home, 1 the ago of eighty-six. Both are
with rambling verandas upstairs : buried in West Palm Beach.A .
anti l down, which hail been erected .I number of descendant live
by Pioneer Carlton: of St. Lu- in Stuart and West Palm Beach. .
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cie County.
,t Surrounded by sixty acres of. A device nas neon invented
hammock land, later bisected by which cult paper into t narrow
;R6style& By the Indiantown Road, the proper.ty strips which can be fed into a yarn
was purchased by Roebuck and spinner. Paper yarns already arc
remained in bis name until told being used to back rugs and to
Charles G. Rhoads & Son in 1950 by the heirs. Then knownas blend with fibers into draperiesand
Carlton Hammock, the area now _upholstery.
is called Roebuck Hammock, Contrary ................
to mont pioneers who at that ., n..a
WORLD'S
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his land for about fifteen ..tL... M1re *' weagi
.lifetime. _of love yean when- he and his wife movedto i7

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An heirloom diamond is very dear, yet may -
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rarely be worn, so antique is the setting. Consider '
how much pleasure can be gained (at Since 64 Jet-smooth Luxury ChevroletWhat

such modest cost! ) by mounting that treasure 1918. .
from the post in one of our fashionable new ,. ; dose It take to make a car peat highWhat about pedal performance equip

sty, lings. Several here, but many, many moreto ,way performer! went Profeeslonal driving skills Forged, !
choose from. The Beyer family has been in the If the ear happen to be .,'& Chevrolet them. -
one thing only. A highway. Nobody DM to doctor or cou or soup up
restaurant business in Stuart since You'll And everything else already neatly than Chevrolet to get the, blllt out.of them.
packaged(! for you-on the ear exactly u you And that' really the test of a great highirey .
1 pick it off the showroom floor. performer J'uatqut/ anyone eta get a
rboo.e Y.IIt"flum from er Plstlau.A On I.'., 1918! There''i choice: of seven engine*-all the kick out of driving;one,Juat about anywhere
Tp4 all de.lan: way ,up to a twiit-carb: hlgh-compramloa just a* it come out of the showroom.
,,. Ina'ane I I. dun.menur.rturIna In scar 425-hj V8*-and four tranemlmlone, fticiud Next time you're out your, deafll//"''(way.
r", own Peaty...hope... acme- .yourw .w. Charlie and Dirttlc Rrytr would lib to offer congratulation to tag a >finelyhoned 4-epeed stick hlft.". allow a few extra mtnttta to ample one of
our .tor.1 The Stuart News on the fine servke they have performed hi pre And underlying all-a bunp-ekujamlne theaehlghwayparformenoayourofn.AtealJet
_tint thle hits! ric, 50th Annlveniiry Edition. +mooth ride that help keep 8N really all you'll need. That'etheferforminse
great even when mItu enough time to do a lotof dJiriJlC
1 We are proud to have been a purl of Ute hkdiry of thkt area the highway.r.n"10 great. la a Chevrolet* *copra>.i *..<(

h die rentaunot boKlncee' over the yern.I 1.THE CHAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Cbeirottt Cdmlle Chivy n e Camlr a Ctrtlttt

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50TII ANNIVERSARY EDITION if
1, 1-BB Tilt STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, January 9, 1964

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Mr. and Mrs. John Fabry and I "

; Legion Auxiliary their daughter, Miss Ruth Fabrv. 1

/---aw': ...J' JUPITER NEWS of East McKeennort, Pa., have

a"r Will Dispose of been visiting their niece, MrS 'k, .
: ,
0 MRS. ANNA MINEAR, Cormpondeol Phone 746.4643FitBankof ;
Fleming W. Fowkes Jr.? and Mr
It G : 1'ORES; I Tattered Flags Fowkes, during the holidays.

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,1.. New arrivals, in time for the

JupiterSets Mm. Kenneth Meyer entertain holiday, included Kimberly Ann
ed the American Legion Auxiliary
Senna, whose parent are Mr. and
et her home on Pennock Point
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 74737 Thursday evening. Mrs. Edward J. Senna of Marlin

Public Reception, The matter of old, tattered, and Drive; Larry Boyd Dickerson, son

torn flag'" wad discussed, under i of Mr. and Mrs Gerald T. Dick. p g { l la.
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. the guidance of the flag committee. croon of Southview Drive; Tim

Tho First Bank of Jupiter II : widely for Its exceptional design.Florida's Plan were made to collect othy Inuit Baker, whose parents
holding t public reception Sun. such flags and dispose of themat
on
Banking Commissioner South-
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 7130 A.M."I1L 9 PJVL are the Carleton Bakers of
day, Jan 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. to a special ceremony, the ditto to
E. Green attended
Ray recently Drive, and Kimberly Ann
permit full inspection of its facili be announced. gate
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M.12:30: P.M. 6 P.M..9 P.M.flJANUARY ties format dedication exercises Mn Roy Rood. Girls State Pellegrini: daughter of Mr. and

The hank, headed by hoard Sunday' public reception precedesby chairman, announced that plant' Mrs Joseph A Pclligrmi.

chairman State Representative Jerry one day actual opening for are under way for a special Malcomn DuBois recently returned -
Thomas and President H Richard business by a bank which since sembly' at the ichool at from a short business tripto
McCord, has just completeda it was chartered lust March has Girls and Bola Slater will liS-I British Honduras While there
$200.000 structure on U. S.1 I Iat made an outstanding nine-montha At the name assembly a DuBois stayed at New Hope
Jupiter which I is being heralded record lion will be made to the Ranch at Orange Walk, B. H.
library of American Heritage magazine .,
a gift from the local aux Captain and Mn. Toy Franklin

Sabine Polio ,Vaccine Drive iliary. have returned from Tacoma, HIE FIRST BANK OF JUPITER will hold a public receptionat
.
Mrs Mamie Arnold presidentof Wash., where they spent the holidays its new premises on Sunday, Jan. 12, from I to 4 p,m. Business
Department 8, American Legion with their daughter, Mrs.
hank Monday, Jan. 13
the on
Details Are Announced HereThe Auxiliary of Florida, will ho t h eniest Robert Miller, Mr. Miller, and starts at new

of the Riviera Beach Auxiliary their three daughters.(
on Ian 20, it VIM announc
highlight( of Thursday's be carried out on Ian 19. Feb. 23 ed. At that time the Jupiter, Green. Mr. and Mrs. Folmer A, Sor- IRJC should file applications immediately
l l.aNl. Jaycees meeting was a presentation and April 5, carrying out the &10. acre City, West Palm Beach ar.J omen returned Sunday from a Register at in order to have the necessary
on the upcoming Sabine polio ann ot the national project "Sa. Lake Worth Auxiliaries will take holiday visit to Milwaukee. They requirements completed by the
vaccine campaign by Jaycee FrankJ. bine on Sunday." Make-up dates part in the meeting. were the guests of Mrs. Soren. January 14 15 beginning of the spring semester,
McKeown, chairman of the will be set for those unable to sen's sister, Mrs. Irvin Teuteberg. or
project for this area meet these date Jupiter Schoolon and Mr. Teuteberg and Mr. Sorcnsen's ,
ON DRUGS The campaign is being; sponsored taxahatchee Drive, and Davis Brewster.PrynneEngagement brother-in-Iaw and sister, Registration for the spring se inn nN WORLD'SLARGEST

by the Palm City County Jaycees School on L'mestone' Road in West Is Mr and Mrs Harry Nielsen Elver
VITAMINS and COSMETICSREG. and Palm Beach: County Med. Jupiter will he the sites for the t na.f9 eats Miuunci cowm
ical Association assisted by Palm I giving of the Suhine vaccine. Announced HereMr. Mrs Helen Weeks is at home on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. Coils

1.35. 100'S Beach County Nursing Association: I after spending Christmas In WashIngton 14 and 15 according to Charles 57550' """I* HelMM M. John...
.
and Mrs. Warren H. Brew. Commander
with her sons, MtTOMOMU
and Palm Beach Pharmsciats Inlet registrar.
Sample
88CEMPIRIN County Colony MNUMCiCMlFAVf AT T-M2S
liter of 101 I Lighthouse Drive, announce John Weeks and Captain Tom
COMPOUNDREG. Association. This to ofa
students
part Freshmen and new are
Sets Feb. 11 the engagement of their Weeks, and their families.
nationwide
and
program gets Jan 14 and sophomores
daughter, Penny Ann, to Charles to register on
under way this month. For Election prynne Martyn III son of Mrs.HUlh Other holiday visitors who have on Jan. 15. The college will

98e Jaycee Dale Beldsoe, In explaIn. / C Leighton of Scarborough, returned are: Miss Bonnie Patterson remain open both nights until 9
ng the Sabine method says that Feb. 11 is the date set for election N. Y., and Charles P. Martyn of of Syracuse, N. Y., who was p.m. to accommodate those persons Hearing Aids
ORAL 59 the vaccine is given orally in a few of councilmen for Jupiter Inlet Tequesta.Mm visiting her father, K. C Patterson who are unable to register
MICRIN ANTISEPTIC' drops of water, and Is tasteless Colony, according/ to plans Brewster it a graduate of ; Jeffrey Leeds of Worcester, during the day. Classes' will beginon S ALL.IN-EAR
Up to the age of ten. boosters arc made at last week's council meet losarian Academy, West Palm I Ma s., Mrs. Constance Leeds' son, Monday, Jan 20 for the new 0 BEHIND EAR
given but after the age( of ten, !ing. leach, and will he graduated from and the Ted Weeks and their little semester 0 EYEGLASSBODY
REG. 1.49 BOX of 10 one series immunizes the reclpint Richard H. Anschultz and John .BMell Junior College, Boston, in daughter who returned to Wash. Sample stated that new students 0 TYPE

99 and no more vaccine is D. Gushing are completing their une. ngton from the home of their 1.15.515. Servleo. For All Make.
CONTAC CAPSULES The three steps toward term of office and have not yet An alumnus of Admiral Farra- Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred TilE FIRST PUBLICITY

Ization, which: are being needed'i announced plans to run again. gut Academy, St Petersburg, the Weeks, of Pennock Point. The first "Chamber of Commerce
in the cornmU Those intending to qualify for attended
everyone respective! bridegroom Mrs. A. C. MacConnell of Vero brochure" advertising Stuart tsliconN
the two seats must do so by Jan. Emory University where he wasa t s'
Board of
the
REG. 63c PHILLIPS'. Beach, A recent at the was produced by
was guest
20 IMM
according to announcementsmade member of Sigma Chi fratemiy. MMI"" MCU*
Trade in 1913.
MILK 3 gc BOATMEN ESCAPE by Mrs. Sonny Smith, town He is a real estate broker with home of her sister, Airs Nettie The most destructive hurricanes HEARING AID CENTER

MAGNESIAVICK'S BUT BOAT IS LAST | clerk' Property Sate, Inc. Clark, Country Club Point. to hit Martin County were in 1933 Home Appol.tm.nl. HO I-326S fcv I

The boat was lost but the occupants Books for registration of voters Arthur Christensen of Aitkln and 1939, although strong effects 70* Orente A_ Ft. Ptr a
were saved, When James will be open at the council meet IIERE AND THERE Hmn.., is spending the winter with of the 1926 and 1928 blows! were i r...... far AARP.NRTACARTER'S
log on Ian 27 and alto at a special his sister Mrs. A. J. Mr. j
King. Fern Street Jupiter, and Mrs. Robert Deichert and her Hodgson. felt here.
C his house! guest Harry Robbins of f meeting, Jan 13, MI" Smith said, tiny daughter Wendy, were house Christensen visited his son, David ,
FORMULA 44 69 Louisville, Ky.. were capsized Anyone unable to register 0 n guests; at the home' of Mr. and Christensen, and his family in
Thursday in JupiUr'i treacherous those dates may contact her at her Mrs, Gorden Swenson on River Theodore, Ala., for a month before
nlct homo-011 JMortrt Ocean, Drive. coming to Florida. ,
Drive last week.

The two men- unable to start Mr and Mrs. James W. Lath. of Chicago .S
REGULAR 2.49,100's 84 their stalled motor, attempted to Republican Women Mr. and Mrs Dan Roahen and announce the arrival of a
1 steer the boat toward land and their sons, Dun Jr., Jay and David, rop
\ Plan Jan. 14 Coffee daughter, Heath r, on Sunday,
have returned Fort Atkinson
to ,
ONE-A-DAY VITAMIN ca: *!lzed. Dan Burden of Jupiter Dec 29. Mrs. Lathrop and Heath. SalonAT
Win. after a holiday visit with Hair
Styling
Inlet Colony, Frank Cunningham, with her
: The board 'of directors for the Mrs Roahen's Dr. and er are staying parents
Subltif Avenue, TequesU, Steve parents d Albert Hardman of
Mrs.
Women's Republican Club I olOupitcr f Mrs. James F. Mincur. Mr.
REG. Me V4 OR., 1,000 Dfckson, pf Jupiter, and an un met Friday al the home West Hollywood for a few weeks. 7-0800!
identified Negro 'pulled the'' men bf Mrs. Carl Schlacks on River. Mrs. Oust Athanson and her Mr. Lathrop, who has just enter
2' 8e out, uninjured, but the boat liankTl side Drive. daughter, Maria, of Clearwater ed the service, is at Aberdeen, Md.

SACCHARIN TABS. 1-11111'1. 'anwsnaT1sP5551pT: ; ,, Plans were made for a coffee on have been the guests of Mr and The Walter Lathrops of Tcquesta, 38 E. OSCEOLA STUART

w5..rvp !Ian 14 for all Republican women Mrs. W. O. Kens of Jupiter are the other proud grandparents
('h.rs.. 101. '.HIla
Heights. 'of the little lady.
Dh.lrl.5 N.. Invrnar of the community, Speakers for
REG. 45c lOX OF 12 or ('OYDITION Drt1'Nt5wln.T the occasion will be Carl Bates of

VEEFORM 25 '*'.T.5ATlfNAL KTVAHT HANK IV, 'TUHs'rsT51 Or r Lake Park, who is associated with
MODESS Or PI. Rtl>t, At .T II K the county tax) offices and Robert
(5.5)551 RMHt'N' : OP 10 BtMINKWK, IMUIM tn511,1t1151nIN OIV 1)10- Johnson, member of the county
1I51.PONe51' TO C&.L JIUOIIJBY school board from Delray Beach, TIMES HAVE CHANGED !
PTRo..pn' : OF T II B:
89e LARGE SIZE 'RHIII\WY.. "NIJI'JR a511'TION: The coffee will be held at the
REG. C Mill, 11 s. RF.\"F.D IITATCTf1IA ,; home of, Mn. Fred Michaels on

61 T1 Ocean[ Drive, Jupiter Inlet Colo
: PRELL SHAMPOO I Ca.h; tmluioe withotlior George Miller it
bank.I In and thairman:n'1't't the hostesses com
eaeh It pro-
eau et rollM-Hnn .I 1.18I.'S. mittee. 1

14.OZ. AEROSOL CAN Unit"rt Ntate.cblliratloim\GovernsInent ', di Mrs Niels Nevad presided at CARY
r.rt: e n d auarm: the meeting and presented the
99 read ''O'Dt ot' any r.- A
10rvu1 S,4J3,67 ..00Obligation plans for thecoffee, as well as
SPRAY: ''
SEQUIN ,* .;rl. Vtatmnitd leading the discussion! of other -
politic mibdlvl.lnn. business GROCER' '
Net of any
. re.erve.) .,.... 1,111,601.00 s
COMPARE AT 1.29 100'S Corners te etork.ISM1IS7Block (Incliialnr I CHAMBER MANAGER '

of Federal Be- ANNOUNCES PLANSL. uIIIt--
S'ge ,
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bank) Net of 111
APC TABLETSREG. any T.. rYea) 83,011.11 'B. Clark manager, has an- _
Loin di.eou'nl.
i and (In* rKnmced that Edward F, Reddy
cludlnr ( ) over*
draft., .:: oaf.l 1. U,081.11 will be the Installing officer at the
47e KING SIZE B '6U.f1ROT, furniture tmnual meeting of the Jupiter-Te-
.nd fixture. |171,. tiuesta Chamber of Commerce

TOOTHPASTE 63CIPANA Olt Asset..:: :::: :: 'lIm.u: When, the new officers take over.

. .111$1/,151.6.' Clark Hated that a social hour j 11lfl
. TOTAL ABSKTB ....
. would be held from 7 to 8 p.m., ,n:
. LIA B .LIT.IIII) Immediately preceding the meet
. tfemanil depo.lt, of IndlTldUBle ing. Plans for the January coffee
pnrtnertulK. -
zed bn the eighteenth and annual bankuet .
...aorpora.'.''..!.1 .mm.lI on Jan. 24.' are also being
romiu Time: nnd".avln*. .de. ) Q
CULVER po.lt. or individuals i made. \
p.rtnrr.lilp. deerporatln.
an
..,...' 1,001.2IUO
NEW TROPIC. Depoeiu of UnitedBt WARRIORS SPLIT _
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t aonrnmant 1 AT BASKETBALL'Jupiter' _
(Inclvdlnt I I.avlnn
AIRE ) 119,431.11 High' basketball War.
DAWN pepoalu I of htnt..nb; ;
political I.SBd.OIS.SO lion came off a close first half
Certified landbf .. .' "' don't have We don't have ice tobacco
HEATER .h..h, eta .. ... .. $4,481.15Total Friday night with Monsignor Pace We groceries. even cream, magazines,
Shampoo I>eK bf Miami to run roughshod after
( ) .iai515u0,041.01. the intermission for an easy 77 or anything else that is not related to your health. We do have a well stocked
a
H.tr teler shampoo ThMitwritt fonfrolUdALIEXTO demand. 48'victory.
.. yw (b dosp101tealOLt) Total' the' Warrior trailed''' 6-10 after prescription department with'the freshest, best quality drugs available. And,

200 95 tlm.lln4anion dop..lla' l.llt.XIIOInrtmree 28-27 the fins lead quarter at the and half held but only they a of course, a skilled registered pharmacist is on duty at all times.

.r otherlien. hearty doubled the score In the
b.nk, preml.M 111,00000 and on third'period 'and Almost tripled

lions....lIt. on..,_other..,...real.... ....-,.? Pace's output In the fourth.
Tommy Brown led the scoringtarade
TOTAL LfABlLITIEa O15a14.50s.O5 with 21 points, followed by TIMES CHANGE. .
OArsw4L -:'AeCov'NTICommon AI Zavaktta with 17, and Robert

lock par Williams. 15.
REG. '4SC NESTLES YOUR CHOICE valuo S10MO per Mltar The South Atlantic League vie
No. hara' authorlicd t tory'gave the Wirriors a 3-t re-
: '6,000No cord in the circuit competition,
FRUIT .h.... outolt'a1l4-
J'eelry $IleptlU u:s5'', 0,060 ::::::..u.. ,. mgI1ndWtde4 ::::: and )-1''overall.Jupiter. .
: and NUT pro. .... 90o,00t/7 junior Vanity lost to Todays prescription is your biggest bargain
n..r". .......,.... 11.60".0 Pace in the preliminary 6160.

BAR VALUES TO 1.00 TOTAL ACCOWrs CAPitAL; .. .... ,5-1,609.513.17 clay The night Warrior's!, when they story met on Riviera Satur- Your best value in this area is available at Park Pharmacy

Beach's undefeated Hornets,
was
II Chocof.. .. TOTAL tJABItilTIEai:!
Km" N.cU.eM, AND 'APITAL reversed. Riviera' all-around vbil-
Large. Ser''' Br..e ltfs. Earrings ACCOtnrr8 ..,......MM2UUM- Try, that has given them an 8-0

TC'0''T Nlm. standing, came through Jupiter's;
? mMlClesl..6 da, staunch effort to the tune of 81-35.
outaundinr I .l ''''.110.05
pout
3ge 100 Lee StansfwU and Whitman
t. C.rrl Belle""L: w Cubic, of Were the leading scorers for the PARK PHARMACYDISCOUNT
the above-named Mnfe do hereby
declare that tit.. report or condition Hornets and Gerold Olsen topped
U true. and correct. t. the; but off the Jupiter point getters.
kaoCARR10! 80LL17! ?,1AW

w., th. und.r.l>n.d director at- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Awn have
teat the eorrMtnei. of thl. report M their guests Mr. Aven"i "par-
of condition ancj declare that It haJboeii DRUGSPhone
BObK MATCHESttfe
: Itc examined bjr %ia and to the Hits, Mr. and Mrs. James M.Aven .

'< ioxo>lOMOJ boot U true.of end our correct.l knowledr. and belief and sister, Mist Joyce Ana
> ld B. Iron Aven of Frankfurt Germany, for
J. W. Ordway the bolidays.The family reunion '
t\ a Mudjon, Jr, Director 2873201v
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Jensen-Rio United Fund Drive Women Association Samaritans Report Shows Garden Anniversary Club To Meeting Hold :'


r Great Work of AmbulanceThe TV fourteenth anniversary otJensen ,

For 1964 Is Headed by Palmer Plans 'Big' January Beach Garden Club will fa

196.* report ol "'II''n'l'1\ Riverside' Tr. iler Park, RK and observed at the Jan. I 11 meeting,
Samaritan, Inc? is prmidcd hv north to \\ .11 ton. I scheduled. for I 1:30: p.m In the
The seventh annual "One For ... Jensen Beach Women's Association tion will sponsor a luncheon-can Martin Wahl, shows (hit I m mils: The SU11.1f1t" also operate a I old I ( ommumly (hatch dining
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All and All For One: Jensen met on Monday. Jan. 6. with were handled by the Samaritan loan closet! which makes available I room
and fashion! show at the Port
Beach-Rio United Fund Association JENSEN BEACH NEWS fifty-eight members and guests .I party ambulance during the year. as to the people in the community Hostesses will be Mrs Ral
Inc. drive is getting off with present .1 St. Lucie Country Club at noon compared ith I 126 calls in \1962. such articles: as hospital beds Henry, Mrs. Jack Best. Mrs,
flying colors, as the drive chairman !AIRS MYRTLE WHIIAIAN Correspondent AT '-1760I The president, Mrs. Franco "TTicre will be numerous door and forty calls in9\ 7, the year crutches walkers. wheel 1 chain Wilber and Mrs. Fred Pe
AI Palmer, announced! seven- prize*,. table unusual table the Samaritans became a corporation and other items.
Hubbell conducted! the meetingand prizes many necessary Members of the club: I
teen number zone area chairmen, largest! ,I Mrs. Florence Henry was in decorations and favors for everyone The sole 'support ot the Samaritans mmdcxl that there will be .
in the association history -I of Palmer Road west to Warner Zone 14: Mrs Alice Mackey charge of refreshments. She was attending. The public is invited The steady increase in \populition u I the Jermen-Rio United sigc'workshop at the hcyne of)
I! Creek, including Langford Villas, Dixon and William Dclanccy assisted by Mrs. Orlena Braun is the chief reason tor this m- Fund Asuexiation, mid donations Jack Koran, Pine Lane, Rios
Palmer who with his wife came I, Marina and Frances Longford I Zone 15: Martin Wahl, Jensen Mrs. Mary Hopkins., Mrs Ivy The fashion: show will be prc crease in ambulance cases Two or which are gratefully accepted and Tuesday, Jan 14 at 9:30:
here a year ago, owns and operates Outrigger Restaurant. Beach businesses! Wahl and Mrs Dot Kalb. sent '\I by Helen Dress Shop on three volunteer help on each used. to replenish thoiUgcs in the Those attending should take clipers.
the former Sampley Store on Zone 12: Mrs. Frances Hubhell, Zone 16: William J. Weiss; Stuart Announcement was made of a Commercial Street in Jensen' case and are avail.ible twenty-four loan closetWahl wire, tape, ribbon and no
State Road 707 Wet> side of Suite Road 707 Sunny : and Fort Pierce businesses dessert-card party at the clubhouseon Reach Mrs. Mine Miller is chairman hours a day seven days a week. wishes i to thank ers
He formerly was executive to Acres Road to Pepper Park Zone 17: ZoU Swarthout, spe- Monday Jan. 13 with Mrs of the affair with Mrs Myrtle They derive great satisfaction from who his helped with this everyone
John Zone 13: Mrs. Charles Hall Rio. cial gifts knowing hit( their service is worthy .
Wanamaker of VVanamak Leafy Gardiner and Mrs Florence Whitman as co-chairman Reservations pro.vkhng community project: I KI\Il'V: MHIIOniST
er's of Philadelphia. He represented Older as co-chairmen must! be in !soon and may help to those in neat in the i
the famous store in all fund Goal of $7.000 Is Sought One of the outstanding eventsof be obtained by calling Mrs. Miller Jensen Bench-Rut area Many All S,VIMS'I IUKCII Ruth Circle ol Trinity Me
drives, and has had seventeen years the year is scheduled! for Jan at AT 7-4943 or \Mrs.Vhit lives have been saved! through (heir dist t will meet at the church
experience in United Fund drivesas 20, when the Women Associa- man at AT 7-1760 quick response\ to culls and the All S.nnts' Cull will sponsor a I:30 I: p.m. on 1\I0nd.IY Jan. 13.
well as other agency drives. ready availability of o\>'gcn. curd arty at Hvig Hall on Ihurs- The Women Society of Chris.'{
Prior to to Jensen Kick-off Breakfast Set Having a driver chairman i n diy Jan 9 ut I p.m. Han Service will hold a rummaga i
Beach, Palmer coming was executive vice Barracks 854 And Auxiliary every section of the area with there will \be table and I don, tale at the community center oa
president of the Florid Restaurant For teams of helper on call at all 1 I pn/es For reservations call l! Mrs Saturday Jan 25.
Monday at Milan'sThe William Mini at AI 7-0736. .
Association! in Miami. t times. has stepped up ihe ctliUin: ,,
"We are so fortunate Elect Plan InstallationOn Icy of the ambulance. service and\ HKSI I IMIMIION
in having
someone of Mr. Palmers rare Rev Neil M. Gunsalus, Members of the Rio-Jensen requires.i the help: of about thirty l'IRMN.tL 01 IN I II:OR ION

ability and background<< to head our pastor of the Trinity Methodist Beach Boy Scouts will distributethe Friday evening, Jan 3. : Mrs Mary Cassidy' Mrs nun There arc also I teams of volunteers Vince Hoeeliino Sr. arrived! recently I The Stuart Times of May 23,
J 1964( United Fund drive:' said Church, will be the speaker at the informative letter to all resi- World War I Auxiliary held its fated Tipton, Mrs Edna Bl.itt and >> i in Ocean Breeze Park from! Glen Cove, Long I IsI I9H, carried this item: "The Negro .
Mrs Zola Swarthout, president of seventh United Fund annual Associations Jensen Beach-Rio'Kick- dents prior to the drive Jan 13 regular meeting and election of Mrs. Lillian Algcrs. --- -- -------- -- I.ind. N Y., to upend the winter who behaves himself and is
to 20 under the direction of J. D
the organization. officers at the old I Community Plans were made for a card striving to get ahead and buyinga
off Breakfast"The months with his
Lookadoa and ;
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Palmer is assisted i b 'I Mrs Church, 1 party on the afternoon of Thurv Appreciation DayIs the Vince Hocehinos, of Third home' should never be molestedor
Charles Hall breakfast will be held on The "Victory Dance will b e Elected the intimid.ited. Such
drive chairman of for coming year diy Jan 16 at the community Court, Negroes make
Monday at 8 a.m. at Milan Restaurant held Feb 7 at Seymour: Inn with Waverly Heights,
Rio: R Campbell chairman in were: President, Mrs. Ruth Hall. ; center Chairman Mrs. Marie Lucas good
J 1962( and 1963; and Mrs Alice on State Road 707, and William J. Weiss! and !Mrs Gus senior vice president, Mrs. Elena will be assisted.' by Mrs Louise" Planned for !Mr and I !Mrs. John Kuhn of f citizens.
Mackey Dixon and William De marks the start of the week-long Fredrick! in charge. Mfcndal[ ; junior vice president, lane), Mrs Lisa Mills Mrs. Jensen Heights, returned home Arriving Monday by plate, Harrison .
lancey of Mars Hill drive for funds for ten agencieswith Allocation of funds will be de- Mrs. Marie Lucas; chaplain, Mrs. Trances Hein, Mrs. Mildred Ma Frank Wacha thirdly alter spending the huh- I Irons of Cranston, R. I., will
All area zone chairmen will J I I a goal of 7000. termined by the executive committee Haul Houghton; conductress, Mrs. vona and Mrs. Josephine During d.lrsluh their children. and grandchildren he the guest: for four months of
meet with Palmer and his assistants i "All members and workers of which is composed of Mrs Josephine boring; treasurer' Mrs Plans are being discussed in (Inn in Dcthnigc, long> Island Mr and !Mrs Fred Hanson, Leti-
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the the 'All For" One and One For Swarthout, Vice Presidents Campbell Cecile Harlow, and guard, Mrs lilt: TOMMY WOODS urea for an event mlendeel to ,\- 1, N. Y till Avenue,
All' drive, said Mrs Zola Swarth Palmer and Mrs Richardsonand ---
Jeansen Beach Area Chamber of Mary Stockwell I HVVt: VIRGINIA GUEST: press the apprcci ilion of the people --
Commerce building to complete out, president, "are invited to at Martin Wahl, secretary-treas The appointments of historian, : Jack S. Orlick of Springfield: for all that Frank Wachi his

plans for the drive which will be tend.Mrs patriotic instructor, color guard VII., arrived! Thursday to spend done for the community Where this emblem h displayed
you are
Helen Richardson is
held Jan 1320. pro and chairmen will be
standing
urerMars announced several- days as the t of Mr. While there
guest IS no pirticuliir
Zone chairmen and their areas gram chairman, with Richard I Hill Area later Trustees! appointed and Mrs Tommy Woods ArchStreo'et. significance connected it political w- assured of f thein est insurance service
are: Campbell as master of ceremonies were: Mrs. Helen Ferguson! for felt that Wacha has not only served in the land.
Zone 1: Mrs Harry Heritage Mrs Rick Carroll is in charge of three years, Mrs Mary Lane for
well
Orlick is an instructor at the us us a county commissioner !-
and Mrs Rick Carroll; Indian River the breakfast Members of the i Joining Drive; two years, and Mrs Betty Thompson Army School, Fort Iklvoir. Va, from this district. but h.lsrcr'iOnally
Jensen Beach Girls Scouts will
Drive north !
of
the Martin-St. for one year Tellers were Mrs and also at George Washington been helpful in many
Lucie county line to Walton. serve. lose Alpeter, chairman, assisted
field of endeavor
University He and !Mn Woods
Zone 2 Mrs William St. Clair Others Mrs. Alice Mackey Dixon and Helen
: ; participating in the program > White and Mrs
teirsH" taught t for several In the Vince Bocxhim Jr instigated .aw
Indian River Drive to PitchfordsCamp are the Rev Norman B. William Delancey are drive cochairmen years "
same !School system! in New Jersey. the idea and is
acting
as general
I Feaster. the Rev Jack Fernandez, of the Mars Hill area for The installation dinner and
Zone 3:: Mrs. Frank Wacha, In- I and the Rev. Newton Tweedy the Jensen Beach-Rio United Fund Joint installation of officers has On Saturday evening Mr, and chuirntan backed by the Chamberof
ilian i River Drive Commercial Al Palmer drive chairman, will 1964 drive been set for Thursday, Jan 16 Mrs. Woods entertained at a card Commerce and assisted i by the
majority of local .
party for their guest Invited to orguniiulionsBocchmos I
Street to Pitchford's brief talk.
Camp give a Mrs Dixon and Dclanccy will at the Community Church. Mrs
Zone 4: Mrs Langley Robert. "The officers and directors," be Hilda Costello has been meet Mr. Orlick were Mrs Ma suggestion met with
assisted by Mrs. Frances Hall named
lIOn; Skyline Drive, north of the' said Mrs Swarthout "inspired by and dinner chairman. mie White Mrs. Emily Ewing, Mr instant approval and many otters
old Cut-off Road to the Martin the leadership of drive chairman Stephen Singleton, in the drive as The and Mrs. Joseph f'imhIn.: Ber- of f asslstance I and donations for a
which ot the
starts Monday and I alt I mnt.o r for tha Margrave Mr and Mrs I- family style to be held
SL Lucie\ county line. AI Palmer are confident that we picnic on
Jan. 20. Auxiliary the District 2
through (
Zone 5: Mrs Frank Frosbergand will meet of ." Roy Heppe, Mr. and Mrs Allen the causeway on Sunday Jan 26
our goal $7CXX ,
Mrs Helen Hcnscl' ; West of Since the first United Fund A "Klck- ff Coffee" and program of president Vero ,Beach.Mrs. Frances Henry, Wickes and Mr. and Mrs John The menu will consist! of burbeciied W. B. TILTON I
Skyline Drive, not including Sky drive was held in 19J7 the association will be held Monday at 7 For the barracks District 2 Corliss"! pork: hot dogs for the kiddies .
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line Drive north of the old Cut-off has "gone over the top"every p m at Louise Gray's place on Commander will the nuked. beans and I corn on
Road. Savanna Road. Clyde install Mrs Edna Robbins of Robert the cob. V. V. Wort hum will birbecue -
Zone 6: Mrs. GUI Frednchs; yearAgencies which requested to be Assisting in serving will be members Following, Phil slate Kirsc of officers senior: Commander I Avenue was hostess on N e wYear's three pigs which hive already Since 1921INSURANCE
I West Jensen Beach south of the included in the United! Fund drive of the Friendly Hearts Club. commander, Charlie; Diffcndul vice Eve for dinner and camsto. been donated
old Cut-off Road, including the include the Martin County RedCross Mrs Helen Richardson is program Junior vice commander, ; Her guests. included: Mrs. Hcl Final plans will be formulated
George AGENCY
old Cut-off Road. Chanter Martin County Retarded chairman Richard Campbell Tuttic en Richardson Mrs Orpha Ap- at a Chamber of Commerce dircctors \

: is the master of ceremonies ; quartermaster, Ed Snyder; ple, Mrs Clara Vaught. Mr. Or \ on MOl1 l"y. Jan 13,
Zone 7:: Mrs. Ray Gould; Legion Children Association; Mar Speak. chaplain, Alex Davisson The leg. meeting < IENSCN BEACH AT 7-1411 '
Heights. tin County Crippled! Children and era will be the ministers of the islative officer will be named later icunii Braun and Mrs Myrtle and details will be announced
Zone 8: Miss Marian Tschis- Adults Jensen Beach-Rio area and general The following trustees also Whitman. later .
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check; Hutchinson Island Martin County Association appointed at the Jan. 3 meeting;, ." ... ..... ... .. .
Zone 9: Orlena Braun; Indian Mental Health; the Martin County' Co-ordinators sro the UP president John Lucas for three yean, Fred I'
River Drive, Sunny Acres Road! Animal Rescue League, Lang- Mrs. Zola Swarthout, ...iat- Hall for two yean uid Funk
to Commercial Street (including ford-Park Association; Rio and ed by the entire executive committea Hallo for one year. Tim TOWN 01? StiWALL'S POINT
Sunny Acres Road). Jensen Beach ; and ta well u Directors Mrs.Harry Anyone wishing to obtain tick r"j
Zone 10-Mary Alice Martin Jensen: Beach Bodirf'tiO; : Heritage and Miss Marion the installation dinner may W 0 j
end Betty Baker; Indian River i Jensen Beach Samaritans (free Tschischeck/ ::'il'K at AT 7-463J or Ruth t
Drive, east side, from Sunny Acres community ambulance); Jensen The Jensen Beach-Rio UP drive Hall at AT 7-006J)() !
Road to Palmer Road. Beach Community Center; Jensen workers will meet also on Mondayat I Annual reports were read
Zone II: Mrs. Anita Wacha and Beach.Rio Emergency Fund for 8 aim for the kick-off breakfast Auxiliary meeting and the fOllOW-I

Mrs. Morgan Sprott; South side community use Ing four new members. K I!

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Martin County's "Founding Party" Was Held : rn

2es I HIGH POINT the tip end of( Scwull's Point

at the Pelican In January, 1926 U E LUGINDIA home-sites in beautiful Carnegie Estate?


;5 ARCHIPELAGO! unique island living and new homes of( d

Satinleaf Construction Co.

THROUGH THE YEARS we have been pleased to in-
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I good living of this outstanding part of Florida. Many have per

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ITfE STUART (mIL NEW Thnrsday, January f, 19/14/ sr. SITU ANMVFRSARY EDITION


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Farewell Party Given YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ginia Beach.: Va., after spending the i J

PALM CITY NEWSMRS. For the Ray HuttosThe MEE1S holidays\, with their ion and fanuly, Development of Medical Scene
The Youth Fellowship met at Chaplain Warren B 0 It. U.SN.;
the Bible Union CoaiJ'OlationalChurch Chaplain\ BOlt hat recently been
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ANITA WHITE Anna Laura Circle of the
Correspondent 287-5582 Congregational Church held at 6 j p.m., Sunday, Jan. 5. trantferred from San-Diego, Calif..

covered dish and farewell surprise a The following officers we a* to Oceans home Naval BUM. Va, En Sketched by Nurse TschischeckBy
routs
Dr and Mrs. Bostvisited !
party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ray; nominated and elected: President, with
Mm Boslfc' and
Rev. and Mrs. Bost Visit Hutto and family on Friday, Jan. Martha Lane; vice president Con. family Captain, and Mr niece. Robert
3. in tho classrooms at the church nie Pope; secretary, Judy Ann Vigal." Air Marine Base, Cherry !MARION TSCHISCirECK titioners two surgeons, one full Indian River Counties In 1959

Jamaica for Three Months Tho Huttos moved t 0 Belle Moore, and treasurer, Jerry Maw Point, N. C. (County. Health Nurse) time radiologist, five dentists on Indian River County was droppedand
Glade Saturday where they have hinney. the unit became three-county.:
purchased a home and where Mr. Singing was led bv Mrs. Jane Mr. and Mrs Judson' Mmea Martin County was separated call: two associate physicians and All members are employed under
On Jan 16 Dr. and Mrs City Civic Club at the civic center Hutto will work. Etch, and Mrs. Carolyn Allen, had and daughter went to Bello Glade from Palm Beach: County in 1923. one on-call: pathologist. The hospital the State Merit System. Present
George Dost, St Lucia Vista, will will be a covered dish farewellfor Each guest contributed and a charge of refretlhm nt.. Leaden Sunday to take Uiarm Hutto home and the following information i is. staff Includes twenty-two staffing of the Health Departmentis \
fly to Jamaica where. they will Dr. and Mrs. Bat bucket chair was presented to are Mrs. Maydelle Moore and i Mr. and Mrs. Buland Lunsford from that date forward. This information graduate registered nurses, four at follows: -
spend three months teaching at May they be blessed and be a them. The entertainment was thopeninll Mrs Leta Williams Tampa were Sunday of the has been obtained from laboratory technicians, one direc- Health officer N D. Miller
J Pooa; School 1 in Ocho Rio. blessing! in their work. of gifts, attractively wrapped The installation of officers will James G. Allen guests local citizens, professional and tor bacteriologist, two full time M.D., full time, spending one and
They a* fraternal workers but containing nonsensical he carried out by Rev. Lawrie J. non-profeuonul, from the local one-half days per week in Martin I
go licensed
from the United i Presbyterian Judy Ann Moore items as broken dishes, .m p t y Sharpe next Sunday night/ Jan 12. I newspaper Chamber of Cora X-ray technicians, six nursing practical assistants County; two graduate registered
seventeen
Church U. S. A. match boxes, used! napkins, etc. Sch and mere* and from the director of nur- nurses \ Miss Marion Tschischeck,
In administration nurses
orderlies.
and three
Dona is a Has Birthday; PartyOn Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. PERSONAL: ITEMS sea of Martin Memorial Hospital. is adminis- B.S.N., P.H.N., and Mrs Marie
Presbyterian there one
boarding
Jay Robertson and family Rev. In 1926, following a hurricane
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P.H.N. two samtat.inans.
school with elementary and high Dec 31, Judy Ann Moore Lawrio J. Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. John B. Chapman 01; Formed in 1938Martin ''an old home was renovated intoa later, one director of nursing service McCullough, Bob Reed and; Louis Taylor -
school classes The Costs will also Greenville, S. C., i is visiting her i: one assistant director of nursing
celebrated her twelfth birthdaywith Floyd Moore and family Mr. and twelve-bed hospital for white and one clerk, Miss Blanche
assist at the church in Ocho Rios a slumber party at the homeof :Mrs James Allen and family, Mrs. sister and family, the Bill Ken. patients only. In 1930( the hospital service, three medical record Martin.In: .
While they are away their home : County High Sphoo clerks, one X-ray clerk, and seven
her Ma Mrs. Sam Lane and nedys.! closed foiemergencies
parents on Michigan Ave- )( Cole was : temporarily, except
Band .
will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. wa formed through, countywide clerks in the office. 1947 the Board of Public: Instruction
Mr. and Mrs Everett and
daughters was re-openec
Roy Breckon, longtime' !. friends, nueDelaine Bill' Mr. and Mrs Everett Christmanand co-operation back in 1938- in Present salaries for eight-hour employed a graduate reg.istered
Miner, Barbara Snyder, Christman, Mr. and Mrs. 1931. Statistics concerning the
from. l N. V. Mrs Jane Each were visiting and. when school Sheis
wiston, sixty-piece marching nurse as nurse.
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shifts registered nurses
Maureen Stevenson, Patsy Moore, Watts! and family, Mrs Jane Each, Beach school band hospital at that time are as follows: are graduate
Dr and in Boynton on Thursday toth the school board.
Mrs. Bovt paraded
will he by
missed on I approved
$300 5345 licensed practical
to
Martha Lane, Angie Cunningham, Mr and Mrs. Jolly Bozonc, Mr football Medical staff, three physici'ans.In :[ ;
by their friends and neighbors inPa'm Patty and Ellen Homan were her /and Mrs Bill McClung and (anti.t Mr. and Mrs Gordon McDonald heard field here cheers were 1926 a practical nurse was, in nurses, $260 to $290; private In 1950 the Blood Bank was
City He is president of the guests. t and Mrs D. Payne and Duluth. Minn., are at. their charge of the hospital with Mrs. duty nurses, of which there are begun by one of the public health
Palm City Civic Club and both family Mrs. Ralph W. Hartman initial !! twelve available, $20 for West Palm Beach sends
There was a birthday cake and Mr and Mrs. Mark Baker home on Tenth Street for the J. D. Parker, wife' of Dr Parker, per day nurses.
are active in other civic affairs other refreshments The girls i l Mrs. Aline Senne, Mrs. Clara winter. ed the movement,; early in March: giving her valuable a wsance at an eight-hour shift, ,and for private personnel to Stuart three or four
The Jan. 14 meeting of Palm danced, visited, and had a thoroughly Jerome, Mrs. Barbara Kozelka, by personally guaranteeing J. C. this time. In 1927 a graduate duty licensed practical nurses, times a year to draw blood and
enjoyable evening. Mrs Judson Minear, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Pryor Gilliardand Crowley, director of school bands registered to of which there are three available, store it in the West Palm Beach
nun was employed
,Mrs. Jack Grose f' family spent the past weekend in Fort Pierce, Melbourne and be in- charge of the hospital. In $15 per day for an eight-hour shift. Plood Bank, This blood is designated
'BAPTIST CIIAPH NOTICESThe Mrs. Laura Diffenbach, Miami; Several friends contributed but in Schrmg.Mr Vero Beach a claw of thirty-five 1931 I, when the hospital was! re- In December 1949, the Martin for the use of the people of
GAs will meet Thursday at Miss! Laura Shufelt. Albany N. were unable to attend and Mrs. Herbert Dinicls potential musicians. Her first request opened, there weretwo day nurses County Health Department was Martin County
5 30 p.in., at the home of Mrs. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Erie Shufelt and I I have moved into the Kochan homeon for aid was to Charles H. and one, night nurse employed. formed as.a member of a four. The American Red Cross, since
I Francis Grow, Eleventh Street son, Peter Boynton Beach; Mr. Mr and Mrs Leo Jimenez and Palmetto Street. Rue who enthusiastically'accepted Nurses salaries at that time were county health unit including Mar 1954 has employed a full-time
Saturday Jan. II, is work dayat and Mrs. Erroll Wilcox and Mrs. family of Miami were Tuesday the chairmanship of registration $25 per month for day duty with tin, St. Lucie Okeechobee and graduate registered
nurse
the church. All men of the Jane Esch, were recent dinner I night guests 1 of her mother, Mrs Dr and) Mrs. George Bost, St. He then had the Pontiac agency'io twelve-hour shifts, and $20 for -. =

chapel are asked_to attend. ____ guest\ of the Everett Cliristmam. 'Anita White_ Lucie Viola! ,have returned from Vir- building t the present!; and Rowell within Furniture two weeks Store thehirtyrive night' duty. Private duty,curses received -
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$5 per day for a twelve-
dozen were signed up and a hour shift,. and there were two
or so instruments had .been available,

given Izalion.or loaned to the new organ On March 8, 1939? a new thirybed .
SAVE UP TO 45

% been> Parents all over interviewed.the county had Hospital hospital, was. ,opened.Martin This County was
personally Many
built and equipped through" privatedonations
bund excuses for not joining in
from Mr. and Mrs,
d CJ but a few took an extreme optimistic .William BarOow and Mr*. Mary
and about
view twenty-five Reed and her son, Joseph Reed, .,
PRICED attended forma
a public meeting to of Jupiter, Hobe Sound Much of
band association'
Rue
elected
was the l landscaping was donated. from I
R. B. McPherson
president; the WiUiaja H. Shepard estate in
vice president; the Rev. T. C Stuart. This built Ir
hospital was to
O'Steen, treasurer Mrs Hartman
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FOR serve all races and creeds Statistics
QUICK secretary; Crowley, music director regarding this hospital
; H. A Wyckoff band mana- follows: are as r
ger, and Evans Crary PrincipalL
Medical: staff, three physiciansand
C Clements and County Super. one dentist The hospital staff
ntendent J. A. Jamison directors
CASH SALE Incorporation and, included five graduate registered
I papers bylaws nurses, X-ray and) laboratory technician -
were
adopted. combined in the services of THE,OJ.D BAND CONCERT area in downtown Stuart around
At the end of the first year, one man and, in administration, ,
when state band contest time rolled one manager and one clerk. The 1918, always crowded ,for Sunday afternoon concerts.

around, a sixty-ftve-piece: con. ',salary for nurses at this time was I
Tit group won first division rating ,$50 per month for twelve-hour
in a classification higher than shifts. I,
required for the size of the school.A During the second World War I
sixty-piece drill outfit placed] : in skeleton crow of graduate registered ,
second division losing first place nurses and Red Cross nurses f. s''Y
only because! of clearing the field aids worked at the hospital These '
sixty seconds overtime. At the aids were trained in classes.taught
same time a. junior group of thirty by Mrs. William C. (Anne) Shop- "
were preparing for future memo ard. Training consisted of forty > ,a61i
: bership.At hours of theory and forty hours
Sunday afternoon concerts I of practical work on the divisions
rOn hundred of dollars were put in collection : under the supervision 0 f Miss
) aT 0 ( ) \: plates. City, county, school I I Naomi Rood, a registered nurse.
toard and practically every civicorganization Many changes have taken place
in the county donated ,since 1939 The addition of a new
at J least the price; of one uniform. i hospital and renovation of the
Charter members of this early old. ha* given Martin County one h.SIUARI"S.
band played lit Army and Navy I'of the moat! modern facilities avail
bends in many parts of the world. ,able, with a total bed capacity of
seventy-ejght, Present day statistics Woodmen Hall ttill standing at Akron Ave. and
The Moxart Club are as follows: Third Street,, was built in 1914 and has been used by numerous
: Medical: staff, eight general prac lodge groups including the former Woodmen of the World
In lJltlscallJleets

shore of the Architectural and :1 f'
the breezy western complete customSt. The ladies loved serious music

Lucie River building and professional landscaping in Stuart's early days. 1
Noted from the Messenger of i ...
Deluxe waterfront homesites service available if desired to those April"The 14,regular 1916, is meeting this account:of the: It's Our .

building theirConceived own Mozart Club was held last Friday .
: 100 ft wide yacht basins-heavy concrete fM"s.Atih. 7, at thetudio

bulkheads all basins t : Hancock,
on and developed expressly with a very large number of pupils -

Wide paved streets underground for luxurious waterfront living at its "Mus present.Irene McPherson! presided 50TH ANNIVERSARY

: and electric lead-ins in the chair and at the conclu-: :
phone wonderful all
best who love boats sion of a brief business session

and the water will love Gull Harbor's he program was given over to
Complete protection is assured by the leader, Mrs. Hancock.

thoughtful zoning 1,200 ft. mini special attractions 'Fairyland,' the work of Ho
-
sq. ratio Parker, which won the $10,- Celebrate With
Us
mum enclosed living space-all plans 000 prize offered by the American

subject to approval of developers Cross state waterway convenient American Opera Association grand opera for a the sumptuous best

single family homes only to ocean inlet and ocean beaches production given last June laos
Angeles at the biennial con
vention of the National Federationof Starting TodaySTOREWIDE
Musical Clubs, wa the topic

RIVER FRONT LOTS INSIDE LOTS for' "The the leader afternoon.first gave a short

sketch of the We of the compos
100-Foot er, Horatio Parker and the authorof
3 $ Frontage 2 $ the poem and; libretto Brian SALE

ONLY 6,850 each ONLY 1,950 each Hooker.principal She characters then introduced of the opera the

and gave a brief summary of each
act. Articles were read from the
I I I "Musical Monitor," which: the
i. club finds most helpful, giving a TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN EVERY 1DEPARTMENT I
sketch of the lives of Marcella

i BULKHEADED YACHT BASIN LOTS Craft, soprano, Kathleen Howard,
contralto, Ralph Errde, tenor, Wil
i liam Wade Henshaw baritone, and
Alfred Hertz, who conducted

PRICED FROM $4,750 to $5,500 'fairyland."The musical program was a '

piano Dowcll solo-Miss'Witch's I McPherson.Dance," Mac-The Men s Women'sChildrensFabricsHome

artistic number for the afternoon

ONLY /17 LOTS LEFT HURRY!! was Mozart Quartet, consisting of
Mrs. Yeager, Mrs. Spiers, Mrs.
Roberts and Mrs. Chestcrman.! Furnishings
'Grand Vulse! de Concert" Coots-
chalk (four hands)-MISI Leamer
and Mrs. Hancock concluded the


I program.rurnmnt to Section 1st II Florld .
C@) C. B. ARBOGAST I Hlnlutrl, KOTICB U hcrrU alt.( Open bionday-andFridayNights'Till 9P.At.RUBIN'S .
ta that the Clerk or Circuit Court
nl hand Martin tindlMrthiMea County.' : *Burplm'lorl\U.proceed hu on'
tenm" In d..11 ..I.. In the amountof
411.A. Anyone ha.lae art
o"'lm aitalnit niuh monlxi ih.ptownt i
Realtor ihvlr stein to the Board
Established 1925
I.County fommlMlonm for par-
.. ilirplua\ moolci will
b .nJ"p".Iajd; In tb. OtnoraJ,l Pan
252 of Martin County riorlriHT t. b.
OSCEOLA AVENUE STUART AT 7-W40 .
diRburmrt seder Ui JiirUdlctlcm\ of
tho Hoard 01 CountCmml...tn"iV -

PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING WITVUM, wsr rtloAr.. I a...
hereunto ant, my hand and .'..1! this
Jrd' day of JuniurT A.D. mi
EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENT FOR GULL HARBOR PAROTHT Clerk or Circuit PIERCE Court, 117 N. 2nd Street Fort Piercelen
Martin ("'""nl";. Florid (



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50TF1 ANNIVERSARY EDITION

...T1IT. STUART_(FIorMa'!' ) NEWS Thursday, January: 9, .1964 5-W

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Ocean Breeze C Park News A. P. 'Bert' Krueger Stuart Indiantown News HOBE SOUND NEWSANN


Mn. Rosy Enfold, Cwrrspontlrat
DUNE GALE CHVMBfRS Cormpondent Phone 546-5359 I
4 .ir l _j 'MisterAviation'Since : ,
Cormpondmt59725I5 --U_ _& .._ J !
Your correspondent! has been Mr. and Mrs.Willis Tanner have

out of commission for over nx: returned after a visit to friends in R.\Y McClURE Lindstrand-Adams : :
By Rites :
weeks due to two major operations .. .. rent licenses' are in the millions I j
and will have I to( go back Palm Beach and are leaving for In the days when most men were I Krueger has had good luck in
this month for the third. She then the Florida Keys for a short stay. thinking in terms of "gee, haw giddyap flying He has never hud a serious' Kiwanis InstallsThursday Celebrated Jti
hope to be with I accident. Once he hit the ofa Saturday ,'
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top
you regularly
Mr. and Mn. H. C. Benoit from and whoa! A. P. (Bert)
.
She wants to thank i tree but survived with only abroken
the
Krueger was thinking in terms of
many
friends and acquamtenances who Key West are visiting her sister, altimeter, landing strips, parachutes none Another time I he li"t ta Night Miss Kutnna Bent Dmih I.ind. and attended R./I". / ( ,ill' (O M
were so kind and good to her also Mr. and .Mrs. Luther Weeks on and barnstorming pontexm while landing on rough strand is the I brute of Francis: Winter ParkA .
the surgeon. aides and flumes at : Sixth Street. Krueger was the first Stuart I water Indiuntown Kiwanis C I tub is fiskt Ad.mis Jr. of Palm Beach small reception was II"
Martin Memorial Hospital It is kruegers experience while fly holding Ms 1964 installation of olfleers (the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis the the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and pilot, and from the days of World I I lowing ceremon u
wonderfully staffed and Martin War I until still ing would! fill a book hut he recalls : on Thursday! Jan. 9 at& 7pns. Fiske Adams of Holx" Sound Then glides Club, PaInt He Ich.
sons from Eaton, I Ind, are !spending now, fling\ occupies
County should be very proud of it, the holidays with her parents, a major part in his remembering I one experience with relish .. at Seminole Inn w 1IfAll'lnn is the d,uighterof After a trip to t hI' I tsI.unds.,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bram- of things past; I and with a chuckle The maker wili \be Davis Me- Mr. and Mrs liertil [rick Aron and! Mrs Adiims ,,,II rr'III' It
Mr. and! Mrs. Dave Donaldsonare mcr kruegcrs interest in Tying was i Once in the 1920s while flunf Grill of Panama Cily who hal son Lmdstr. uul. u I Trolh iltanSweelen Mockingbird Tnil P.iln Belchli
spending the holidays in Miami born in the dark of 1917 from New York a connecting roll worked aa due jockey and also /
I. with relatives and! will be re Mrs. Anne Fenwick. who is when he arrived i in days Texas .to become r in the engine broke and he andi ns> an employe of t the Legislature The couple were mnrriexl on Sittirdiy PRP-BYTrRIXN rilUROI
turning via the Went Coast and spending the winter with Mrs a party of the flying branchof i a brother were forced! down In the investigating committee Jin 4 tit St Ulwards PLANS ANNUM, MrfTING: .
Central Florida, after visiting Hernia Garmes has been indisposedfor the Army Signal' Corps. Follow. ocean about half a mile off the The new president will be Junes Church Palm Ik-ach I The congregation I1f Hone '
friends the last few days but is im Ing organization of the air squadron const of Georgia. Rifles: vice president ?Myrl Williims Miss I.indslr ind attended schools
Community Presbuerun Chute
proving.Mr. the group was transferred to The two taxied into a creek and Jack Norris, and m London and was, gradii.tied from .
Mr. and Mn Robert Seal spent and Mrs. Al Haskins' had England for further training then anchored the plane to a tree It : rcrrl:11': Sicfkcr, Trolhiitlan College( Sweden/ Mr. i is urged to attend the innual mIng
Christmas with her niece in Sara- house for their friends to trance and Germany where it was getting dark' and the two fly.ers The new directors' will incluilc: Adims was graduated from dra in the chureh IOcl il 1 hall ass'
ota, and New Year with friends Wednesday open afternoon. on I layed an important part in winning I decided to seek shelter. They Divid Gale, Warren Gexxle. Paul hum-Likes Sehool: Pilm Ikueh: ; I Thursday Jan. 9. j AI T 10) p.m
., in Miami. 'World War I I. found a hunting lodge' along the He,1st'I. Tmur Powers' Jtck A,. toffee and cake will he served. ''if''
I.' The New Year's After spending the holidays in He remembers the and shore and slept under a bench Robinson, Malcolm Rogers, Grady .(
"Spads"
}. '.' at the clubhouse and dance was was well held attended Greenfield, Mass, Mr. and Mn '"Camels" single-scat fighters that I They awoke the following! mom Smith and HarrolJ Wilder Boy Scouts Clean Up 1KfSlln'U.I.CO: : ): NF.W1

All Wilder Weeks have returned to the of A. P. (Bert) KRUEGER: lag to find[ a second floor and! All members are invited to bring IJ
were DurIng
present said they hada scourge Germany As Service ProjectThe ( A gflla New Yeir Eve party
their home here. soft beds.A their wives imd dinner will
guests;
most enjoyable timeI action on the Western Front wits' held in the recreation; hull for '
Stuart Airport in an area nearBroadway be served from 7 to 9 .
Mrs. Harry Doering entertained the Corps became the first unit short time after awakening, p.m.Nativtync newly formed Kobe Sound all members of the village/ Num.
Mr. and Mrs.Douglas Blyth have of the U. S. Air Force. and East Ocean Boulevard a neighbor" surprised! them with .
her bridge club Monday, serving Boy Scout Troop No. 171. heM u cross tlue'tenjoyed a buffet supper
I
of 2 SlXMootlanding
returned from It consisted a : Help
a visit to Deerfield, In I 1920 breakfast He proved helpfulby
[ nice I New Years refreshments Krueger returned to very service project:t on Saturday whiehnvolvexl and favors and music helped: !
and entertained several couples on The prizes were awarded Stuart where he purchased two strip in a north-vxilh he
A later construct
New
Years Eve. year
to Connie Hileman,' Peggy Bark, US-2 Curtis flying boats and converted second west and where they returned to Stuart fora streets in and! around llobo' Sound evening
ed strip cast to ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook entertained Florence Tienken and Cecil Harlow them into passenger service.It airmail a service established! ew''motor' Indmnlown Kiwanis Club thinks 1hl'IO"ho took part were: !>>nild -
I with house was during this time, when was un their return to me pinne the m my rl'Oplllho helped the Biirkiheimer Jimmy Cirahim, Mr. and ]Mrs Christopher Stein.
afternoon open Sunday airplanes were still a novelty. that Stuart.The they found that someone had! cut club put together, I the Nativity Mike Grab im. Bobby Kelsey I Tom er 111111 son. ( hns have recently.
I Mrs. Bernice Garmes and her Krueger became the center of attraction -' Krueger Airline was begun the anchor rope and the plane had !scene on Warfield Boulevard! and my Kemnf, l Pail tnrsen arrived here from New: Jersey
,, Among others who had New friends, Mrs. Mildred and Ann in Stuart. There was always in 1928 with two hangars locatedin drifted on to a sand bar damaging helped! to bring Christ t to I Indian- leo, David ?MeClien: fluIds Tommy SehiKIder : Chris Jr. his just been discharged! I
) Years parties were: Mr. and Mrs. Fenwick have returned from a a crowd gathering along the the area of Snug Harbor and the pontoons and! a wing "town and Billy Sehul/' from the U S.flrine] ( orpsMr .
B!. B. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. George visit< to her ton and family in Sarasota shore of the St. Lucie River near for a time he maintained a flying The 'neighbor," always> lingering So much work is involved in selling The troop is sponsored" by the and Mrs \Vilford Traslc:
Myers, Mr. and Mrs Roy Mc. his hangar at the mouth of Krueger school and passenger"w.rvice Hut in the background admitted up and disassembling a proj. fobe" Sound Chiimber of ('om- have recently come into (the: park
t Gammon and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creek, to watch the "peculiar" it was a "little early, he recalls I he cut the rope thinking the two eel like this that special thanks fierce and its tender i ill Robert from Detroit Mich.
t Many friends attended
Wilkie. a party 'lying boats take-off and land. for flying schools and such so in i flyen were revenue agents hunting (W to Ken Boring, Warren Ooode, Kilsey of I lobe HeightsFVIRIONF'S 1
given Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson
. by With a strong, adventurous "spit'It .- 1931 he began flying South Americans moonshiners Pete Hand. Jim Harris. Wayne Mr. and ]Mrs nfrl1fd I Wilde :
Miss Kay Woodward has re in honor of their fiftieth anniversary t. Krueger soon tired of carrying to the United Slates The flying It took a second trip to Stuart Martin, Mrs Birbara Mills. Keith of Lakeside Vilhgc, have hid their
turned to her home in Michigan on Jan 1. passengers. and in 1921 he flew !service later was taken over by before the airmen got the plane Pfeht, Timer )Powers, Paul Sief- MOVINGAROUND gnndson Willnm, II Willies Jr., '
LeDKcMn after visiting. Mr and Mn Henry Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson to New York where he barnstormed and included in Pan-American into the air.Generally. ker Orady Smith and the many l m.NJmNMr. of I exington Mass. visiting (them. ,:
, have had relatives visiting them on Long! Island Sound. Airway one could say the others who helped make this important -
Eric Fisher has returned and have just left for the West la 1923 Krueger came back In 1941 Krueger went before ; years have f been good to Bert ) project possible and Mrs George Humph- PFRSONUS 4
tl Stuart and Krueger. Not only did he live in reys have recently moved! to 261
from New York where she attended Coast. 0 constructed" a second the Martin County Commission '
a wedding of her cousin. hangar near the Lighthouse and and proposed) that the commission! nn era of 'nigged individualism"" KIWANIS BOWMNG TFAM Yahula Mretl t from l.e\l\'lIlInli.\ Tex Mr and Mrs Howard Roby of J
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller have once again settled down to passenger purchase! acreage for an airport in he was an integral\ part of t that RETAINS FIRST PLAn lumphreys Is employed hy the Hobo" Hills hud as a weekend guest "
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McKenzie returned from a' holiday visit with service and routine flying. But an area south of Stuart. The commission era. It is a credit to his acumen Indmntoun Kiwanis Baling Jig 'Three! Welding I qinpnieiit A mmn Third (luss Kenneth l
and her mother Mrs Hoisington, their children and grandchildren a 1 hurricane blew down both hangars agreed. the U. S. Air Force that he can: still remain a purt of Team played the American 1 legion ('om puny at Prutt & Whitney.Mr. Bench from McCoy ,Air force-
t from Keene. N. H, have arrivedat in Michigan. and he was forced to start 1 liked the idea and the field became the times last Thursday and took two points and Mn Wiley Wan! and Ruse in Orlnndo, .
their respective homes here for anew. the Martin County Airport) at The Kiwanis team is still in first family have moved from Seminole Miss Holly Comsioek, : returned i
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack In 1926, he cleared the first Witham Field Krueger he FIRST SPAN CONTRACT
Taylor and reports place in the Thursday night league )nve to Arululusni. Ala, to J Jaeksonvillc: this week where
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bohannon children from Greenfield Mass, still mantuins! a hungur at the WAS OWN: IN 1916 ut Jensen Bowling Lanes. she is attending Massey Business
J from Missouri! have arrived for are visiting his mother Mrs. Ray airport Contract for the first highway Mr. and Mn tester Russell' College
the winter. Scammerhorn, and Mr. Sea m. and children have returned via The yean have not dimmed bridge across the St. lucic River BW MEETS: MN. 14 have moved into the Ward form
merhorn. he West Coast after a visit with Krueger interest m flying. but at Stuart was awarded to EvertP. There will be er home at 2'X) Seminole Drive Mm tl Dmne:: Martin hw returned .]
The park has received the her mother, Mrs Cecile Harlow ft5 a regular meeting ti> West PaIns Houth where she is
sod his health hiisi been a factor in Maule for $ J9J by Palm I .
of the Business und Professional f Mr. ..
Mr. and M.
and Mrs. Emar Hamrm Wooelfm
and Billy Palm Beueh Junior ,
news of the death t of attending College -
V A Nottingham tho amount of flying he does. When Beach County Commissioners on
Mrs. La Rue Borne and friend Women's Club Jan. have
of Flint sons, Mike and Dave, have returned on Tuesdiy, moved to 2)1 I Yahila Street, .
Mich.
He .
and he sixty-three he purchased March 7. 1916.Astrononters
was
a
from N Y. 14 at 8 the clubhouse
Rochester visit at
Mrs. to their home in Chicago, III, are pm : originally the Russell residence
Nottingham lived in the park after a visit with Mrs. Val Mc- lag her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ram-Jet helicopter and taught him .- -. lick King. Kathy and Silly Fal llO
for many years and had made Donald on Street Sanders, on Fifth Street. self to fly it, despite the anxietyof say the sun fctill I,lust year American i legally There are shout 811000 I ( per I and Hobby HixMy returned to tho
many friend here. Sixth his family. He Iotlll has a pilot has about" I in000XX( ) years of f gambled more than $5nO.tH.OOO) ) ) ions in the U. S, under treatment University of F londa this a s tr
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hunts Mr. and Mn Fred Tyler's son Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sanders, Ifcentc Its number is 6.702. Cur normal_. life ahead of it. at race tracks, for cancer m the present!' t me. week.ROLAND p :\
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daughter has returned to Michigan spent the holidays with them on Rochester, Mich., are spending i a ------ -- -
Bay Street month in Ocean Breeze at Fifth
after spending the holidayswith and Pepper Streets
her parents. We are sorry ot report that
Mr'and Mr*.. Wilbur Ashley is in Martin Mr and Mn Charles Lord are I
Mrs.
Knoxville Ralph Haldeman, Memorial Hospital enjoying a visit; from their granddaughter G. LUEDER
Tenn, have"arrived for Miss I Pamela Morin, .
1 the ..ca'On.J! 'MrT and ),fii. "Warren Flower from Laconia N. H. .. .
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REALTOR I1 J

FIRST, BANK i of ;
JUPITERStatement 729 Colorado Avc. Stuart, Fla. AT 7-1456:; r / ,

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Condition :,


S December 31,1963ASSETS PRESENTS 71

:i
oj
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1,300 foot waterfront-high elevation, zoned for marina, .,

Cash and due from Banks motel, hotel, apartments and condominiums. At the aie..
.'. . . f. $ 268,742.58U.S.
confluence of the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers (cross S

Government Securities . : . 1,244,025.40 roads of the Intracoastal and Okeechobee Waterways) S ,, ,. ":!

Other Bonds, Notes and Debentures. . 335,299.67 no comparable property anywhere on the southeast coast at this low price ,. : J./l ii; ::1

Loans and Discounts ; ;::'.". '. . . 1,758,810.76 $260,000.00, ) ,, : .1
tJi1 :;
4J
Banking House . Of Of . . . . 116,378.62

Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 36,786.98 Approximately 2,000 acres in the heart of the new Martin County citrus 's ,1
belt. 1 mile of road frontage and 1 mile of waterfront. Priced () \ .
at $325.00
Other Assets . . . . . . 24,315.27 per
acre.


TOTAL ASSETS Of. Of. .$3,78435928 720 acres of land in the citrus growing belt, over 2 miles of road frontage. 43' /" I

$220.00 per acre.
LIABILITIESTotal

75 foot ocean to river lot. Motel and multiple dwelling zoning. $175.00 S I -

Deposits . .-. . . . .$3,156,501.58Other front foot.


Liabilities . to Of. to. . Of. 90174.52
100 foot ocean to river, 590 feet deep, zoned motel and multiple. dwelling.

$200.00 front foot. S

TOT AI; LIABILITIES . .3246676.10, S ,
Marina, restaurant and motel, beautiful situation Write for information. $


Capital Stock ,.. . . .$100,000.00 .
Waterfront lots, $4,500.00 and up Water access lots, $1,800.00 and up. f .

Surplus . . . . 90,000.00 '
Homes $10,000.00 and up.

Undivided Profits ..., . . 47683.18
Estates to $$250,000.00


TOTAL CAPITAL; FUNDS 537,683.18 If you will advise us as to your nee' s, we will He pleased to consult with you and give you

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND S the benefit of our 40 years experience in the Real Estate, Mortgage, Banking and Con

struction fields at no obligation to you.

CAPITAL FUNDS . ... .$3,784,359.28 .

_ _ _CLIP AND MUL
Look Toward Your ,_ _ _ _

DIRECTORS fJ5% Roland G. Lueder; Realtor tend Information

S Future In o s ..... ................._ ,." j
729 Colorado Avenue 8'(

Stuart. Fla. Waterfront .............-......._ 1
Jerry Thomas, Chninnan'of'the Board Stuart Florida

Hornet __.. _, j:
H. Richard McCord, PresidentDan

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Cb2rlC81Nugent Jr.
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Thomas H. 'Daly Sam A. Stephens Sr. S Addre .. .
S 5 send area snap, flh" ...

William O. Jones Roy S. Rood S S big |uld. and "brochure

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tt> THE (I'1A.' ) NEWS Tbatwhr, January 9, 19(4 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDI11ON


-_' riSIl. FRY AGED First Snow Thrills Joseph Aman, with children: Judy; We wish to extend a welcometo I Salerno Had PaperBack MATTHEWS THE BUILDERThe '
BY PIONEER CLUB Mr. and Mrs A. C Metzgar, I tale Sam A. Matthews of
and Jerry All vacation from
I are on
-N and
PORT SALERNO Karen WellerMr of Ithaca, N Y., who in 1914
I \f The Pioneer Club held a fish I Vineittnd, N. J. formerly Stuart built Stuart Hotel, many
have home Great
purchased a on Editor ArrestedFrank
MRS. PICKY PROSK, Correspondent fry Sunday at the Horseshoe Point i and I Mrs. John Weller of Mr. and Mrs James Hite and Pocket Road. of the pioneer homes and large
clubhouse: and many out-of.town Salerno Shores spent the Christmas edited the Salerno estate homes still standing 0 n
7altaLlMas --. relatives children have returned from Colonel and Mn. M W. Hale Young Island
-' visitor were there. vacation( visiting in News back in 1914 ran an article Sewalls Point and at Jupiter
Lancaster, Pa Painesvillc, Ohio, where they have returned from visit to ''
a Women, .
Coral Gardens Group Among the guests were: Mr. and her 'Drurkeness
the with
PTA Will Meet Their daughter, Karen was with! spent{ holidays par Charleston, 111, where they enjoyed got sued for criminal: f libel, but
Mrs. Baldwin N. J. and Mrs. W. A. Ormis-
Percy Varity, ; cuts, Mr.
Hears Wacha West them visited
and "
although they a "White Christmas. Re finally the case was dropped in
In Cafetorium John Hendrickson, Trenton, N. J.; many interesting places, including ton home they ran afoul of Palm Beach Countv CourtYoung ow'WORLD'S
Coral Gardens Civic Association R. M Jeffries, Charleston, IUO .; the Amish farms, the child was We regret to learn that Mr and turning commented at the time: LARGEST

met Sunday, Jan. 5 in the agricultural H. Baldwin, Westchester, Pa.; most impressed by seeing her first Mrs. Jack Valentine were calledto eighteen inches of snow in Tennes "I have an enemy somewhere in /MVlaaS tUII MMIIUCI MMHIT

Due to the holidays, the January building with an attend Mr. and Mrs Frank Frankowiak.. snowfall. Freeport, Long Island, N. Y., see. Accompanying them on their Salerno and 1 am going to find out Call i -*
meeting of the Port Salerno ance of seventy-five Wildwood, N. J.j Mr. and Mrs. Not so her father, who had to to attend the funeral services for return trip was R M. Jeffries of who it is." lUll'AlMlttlnI_ Robed M. J......
Elementary Parent Teacher Association ; drive home in a snowstorm; he Mn Valentine's brother-in-law, Charleston who is planning to .suru: ? AT 'seal
cowsCHUCK'S/
wiU be held Thursday, Jan County Commissioner Frank George Ingalls, Jensen Beach, Mr. was glad to get back to our sunny Bill Lcmhardt stay for a month. He is residing at Green SeeksRe.election
3 at 7:30: p.m. in the school cafe. Wactu was guest speaker He gave and Mrs, A. C. Metzgar, Mrs C. clime. :
tonum. a talk on tax distribution in the Stillwell and sons Cbucky and Spending the holidays with Mrs the Manatee Marina.

The program will be on "Visit. county. Many of the members are Randy; Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Hat- his Returning sister and with her the husband Wellen, were Mr Adolph Regli was Helen Wood Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniels of A SERVICE
new residents in Florida and were field, Mr. and Mrs. F. Gatsch, from Hollywood. State Comptroller Ray E. Green
big Teachers Such the and Mrs. Joe Trees.
guests as Riverside, N. J., are staying at the
much enlightened by the informa Toms River N. J. Mr and MnJ announced bis candidacy for Pickup
:music teacher, Mrs Marvin Kclter ; Visiting his parents Mr. and Arnold Cottages and like the area today STANDARD M.oI'aatesa
and other itinerant teachers, tion.Also Wislcr and daughter, Bonnie, MRS. WELTON IMPROVING Mrs. Bruce McKim of Rocky so much they are planning on residing re-election. Daher? Div
on the agenda was a talk Miami and Mr and Green the twenty-fourth comptroller -
Will be on hand to speak on their ; Kitty Gentry Point, is their son Robert, of here permanently. We wish
Mn Mae Welton much improved
various duties and activities A by Stuart Postmaster Robert West Mrs. Jack WhJtfield is Tosses, Va. them welcome of Florida, also said that 287-9864
'question and answer period will who told of the new Rural Route Members were: Mr and Mrs following her recent hospitaltzation a hearty his son-m-law, John A. Madigan
be open to all attending. 3 for the Coral Gardens area. Joseph Kopcstccky, Mr and Mrs and is now receiving Mr and Mrs. C. C. Stoyer Jr Jr., prominent Tallahassee attorney Railway &: St Lade Ave.
Residents were pleased to learn Karl Markwordt, Mr and Mrs. brief visits from friends at her and family from Greenville, Pa., Mn Katherine Dahl was hostess would again serve as his state Port Salerno
held An at executive the school board meeting was at that mail is being delivered much Anton Steigler, Mr and Mrs An-I home in North River Shores. visited with his parents, the Stoy- for( the holidays to her daughter campaign chairman.By Road Service !
on Tuesday
and Mr. and Mn
earlier than under the old schedulc thony Victor, Colonel and Mrs ers Sr., who are staying at the family,
(
,2:30 p.m, in the cafoonum. CIVIC ASSOCIATION Adrian Paul King and sons, Paul Open 7 days a week -
Another visitor estimated
He also said residents may M. W. Hale, Mr and Mrs. William Capana Apartments 1970 an 120,000
apply for house numbers instead Papa, Mr. und Mrs. H, Miller INSTALLS OFFICERS; for the Stovers was their i and Bruce, The 'fia were on vacation foreign students will be enrolledin 7 a.m. 8t30 p.matwiaatafMttajtal.

Home Demonstrators of box numbers Mrs W. E Rice, Mrs William The Civic Association held its granddaughter Julie Thrasher from Beach N, J. U. S. colleges.i1iI.

Make Fair Plans Those who live on Harrison Rice Jr. and sons, Billy and January meeting Thursday eve Mr. and Mrs. William Napolt-
Avenue in the Gardens learned that Craig Mrs. Bea Regli, Mr and nine, Jan 2, when the 1964 officers Winifred and Mr and Mrs Frank Rodcn-
and
tan daughters
On Thursday, Jan. 2, the Home the street will be paved in the near Mrs. Frank Heagy and Mt. and I were installed by Anton Sarah, are with the Earl baugh and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Demonstration Club met at the future. Mrs Ernest R Wilson family. Napohtans are (
ijvic center at the new hour, I 1:30: Among the new members of the Officers are: Walter Benson from Port Orange.Mr. Bowl game on New Year's Day in ,l.r aYMtilm
p.m. The hour of meeting was association are: Paul Kyle, Thomas .I : CLUB HOLDS president; Frank Rodcnbaugh vice Miami.AI ,,
changed from the previous 930: StoUincr, Eugenia Thomasilli NtW; YEAR'5 EVE PARTY president, Mrs. Helen I Henky, and Mn lames Kelleher Pedersen, son of Mn Madeline -
am. time and proved to be- acceptable Joseph Ihomasilli, and Mrs Agnes Horseshoe Point clubhouse was treasurer; Mn Nellie Fink, corresponding have returned to Griffith Ind, Pedersen spent several days Foam Rubber &: Upholstering
to all secretary, and Mrs. month with Mn. JACK'S GUL'STATION
Knclltr Sixty.nino members the scene of much gaiety when after spending a with his mother during Christmas TOLEY ENGEBRETSEN
President Zilla Newlin announced attended. members of the club and guests Hazel rccordingsccrctary. Mrs. Dons Randham who is Mn Kel- week. During his stay he went to MANAGER
the club would have a foot) John Cottrell, a member of the met to welcome the New Year A Naomi Hauscnbauer was appointed leher's sister While here they enjoyed Miami and then flew to Puerto SALERNOShipyard

booth at the Martin County Fair, association! is in Martin Memorial buffet supper was served at mid publicity chairman; ; all the sightseeing{ trips they Rico, where he spent some time All Srrlc Guaranteed
The custodian for the'
civic ccncr
where the members would sell could manage. Inc.Congratulations
Hospital, night will be Manuel Francis; the visiting friends before returning Jack Saunderson, Owner .
hamburger and cold drinks. The The next meeting will be Sun- Members who attended were: kitchen committee, Sophie Reinhardt Mrs. Evelyn Sagner has returned hero to see his sister and family, AlA Port Salerno AT 7-0%' ATIoutIIe roar IAUS.NO T '-1147
ladies are busy working on projects ( day, Feb. 2.Chamber. Mr. and Mrs Anthony Victor,: Florence Bullard and Hilda : from a most pleasant trip to Baton Mr and, Mrs. Bob Thompson
to display at the fair Mr and Mrs. Joseph KopeMecky,, I Francis, fair representative, Charles' Rouge, La, where she spent After seeing all/ his relatives, Pedersen -- -------

Mrs Martha Burdine, home Coffee tfr. and Mrs Anton Steigler, Mr. Bachelor, grounds chairman, H.ir a week visiting her sister and returned to Bellmaur, N. J.,
demonstration agent, reminded the I and Mrs. Howard Miller, Mr. and Shoup, and the dock committee family. Mr and Mrs. David Diev- where he is associated with Rcm-
members of the dry cleaning and Meeting, Thursday Un. Frank Heagy, Mn Boa RegI ry Manuel! Francis, Harry Shoup endorff. Mrs. Sagner had not seen Ington Rand. At present he i is
fabric show to be held at the agricultural and Mr and Mrs. Karl Mark- and George Fnlz her sister for ten years. working on the Umvac
building on Ian 31 As Who dount enjoy a nice hot I wordt. .
The covered dish committee includes
Ire session will start at 9:30: am. cup of coffee and a doughnut togo Mr. and Mn William Papaspent Mr. and Mn Harry Kahn und
guests are asked to bring a sack with it? I Guests were: Mr. and Mrs Fred Florence Bullard and Nellie several I days ut the home of family spent the weekend visiting
GatMih, Toms River, N. J. Mr. Fink.
lunch.. The is invited to ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lawrence in friends in Orlando
public Penloras
If you want one, come to
and Mr William Kelley, New Chicken barbecue dinners will
participate,, as well as home demonstration Restaurant at 9 am Thursday Boca Raton LtJlUL A.D'tJRTnt"ENT
Egypt N J.; Dr and Mn. An- be> under the supervision of Mrs DAVID LOWE'S BOATYARDDAVID
clubs.Refreshments.
Jan. 9, when the Chamberof thony Ricger, Sewalls Point, Mr. Sophie Reinhardt. Working with We arc happy to welcome M' 1 wows tK:
were served by Commerce. will hold its monthly and Mrs. Philip tsiam, Sewalls her will be Earl Rabenstine, Oliver and Mrs. Percy Varity of Bald the NOTICE l Ie hereby December Given that r.
Mrs Florence Bullard and Mrs is invited .Hth day of 1purnuant 9
Walter Benson. get-to-gether. Everyone Point; Mr and Mn Delbert Necce, Baldwin, Charles Bachelor, John win, N. J.. who are staying at the to petition and notice,
The next meeting will be held including visitors to the Gardner, III! Mr and Mn Frank Miller and Harry Shoup There Howard Apartments for the season a resolution public hearing adopted wan by hud the and Board s I I. LOWE; III
area Frankowaik Wildwood N. J., and will be chicken barbecue dinneron
a of County Comml.ulonom or Mltr-
on Feb. 6 at 1:30: p.m., at the Port That evening at 8, in the firehouse Mr. and Mrs. George HoldcnGALLAGHERS Jan 9. Tickets may be purchased tin County, Florida' : abandoninrenounclnC
Salerno School. 1 1ththt.
Elementary and dlarlalnlnv
the Chamber of Commerce from members. Mr and Mrs Tom Rodriquez and Interests or the Countyand a
will hold its January meeting Mem- HAVE A GIRL Now members welcomed into of Briarwood Jamaica, N. Y., of the Public In and to the tend
BFRTOLUCCIS RECEIVE hers to attend. spent several days with Mr and delineated an that part of El' hit, Marine Elevator Storage a Building-
UNIQUE CHRISTMAS GIFT' are urged Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Gallagher the association were: J. Hendry Street that ties East of Firm Ave
Jr., Hurley Richardson Mrs. Mar- Mrs. William Papa. Mrs. Rodri- nun arror to the plat of Omci
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Bertolucci I FIRE AUXILIAY PLANS \ birth of are a baby happy girl to, Teresa announce Jonrm the, jorie Homlar( and Mrs. H Flam- qucz is i Mrs. Papas sister The the reinrdVd(\\ .In:\\ln of tin, the public Indian record Rive of) Repairs 20 Ton Mobile: Hoist

of Coral Gardens received a most I SPAGHETTI DINNERIf gin. After the meeting refreshments todnquez enjoyed touring Dal. I.l'fll dan Plat Rook
unusual Christmas gift from tier weighing seven pounds, five ounces, served. southern part of Florida, but returned A", and \In the public l
of at Mercy Hospital Miami, on were rerorda of Palm Beach County r'Itthan .
want a good plate spaghetti our
time m
godchild. you to spend more Pie B"0k l, Paws *. In
Lieutenant and Mn. L. John- don't forget to attend the Dec 28.Mrs PERSONALS area because Tom was much taken ror the grant and can-
"ton, who are in Puerto Rico, sent supper planned by the Volunteer Gallagher is the former with our wonderful Martin fitly yeyancn font to road Mnrtln right County of way of a new ROCKY POINT, PORT SALERNO, FLORIDA
them an all-expense paid dinner for Firemen Auxiliary on Jan. 14 Betty Ji> Blanton. Mrs Blanton, Guesting with Mr, and Mrs. I County golf course BOARD OP; COUNTY,
(wo at an area restaurant. at the firehouse. assistant i postmistress, is visiting Harvey Shelton for the Christmas MARTIN(J\OflH"'IStR" COtNTY.Oil'I t'r.olUDA BOX 218 DIAL STUART 287-0923
Serving starts at 5:30: p.m. Tick her daughter for two weeks Bet holidays were her father, Frank I Staying at the Lester Apartments Sort PRANK A. WACHA,
Mrs Rosa Quigley spent Christmas ets may he purchased from any ty Jo'l sister, Mn Lucy Roberts, Giampictro, and sister, Thressa. for the winter are Mr.Beach and I ATTIS5TrioitOTBY: Chairman

with her son, Joseph, and member or by calling Delores Ro- also made the trip to Miami to Also visiting are Mrs Shelton'ssister I Mrs lames Tierney of PIERCE, Clerk
her niece. and Mr. and Mrs. Haven N J. I'ub Jan 9, leas _
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,....." ..... '" ,... --.. TIlE STUART (Florida NEWS Thursday, January/ 9, 1964 I-C
Man Recalls Ashley Episode I '\. eiPA \\w ,,,; k E. J. Ricou Was
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Fishing Industry ,
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Minutes Died E. J. Ricou who had been postmaster
Before Jailer '" ..
: \ .> in Monroevillc, Ala. he .
fore first. coining to Florida i in
I 'j'S v 1896 came back again in 1898to ..... ;
Editor note: Roscoe E Glennof son at West Jupiter on Aug 21, police sergeant end Policeman st.. the fishing business in ,
enter
Port Salerno 1901. The area around the lighthouse John R,, Riblctt were overtaking r : : \
was a young : + Jensen Beach His son, Carl J..
and the the truck in a commandeered car.
was Jupiter across
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telegraph delivery boy at Miami railroad was West Jupiter. They were lest than a quarter mile retired hardware man here, Wd
when this in the born in Jensen! Beach-while the
episode Ashley John Ashley was in Dade County from the desired! countroad .
occurred doctor was rushing down !by train ,.
story : under death sentence after immediately,
jail Instead of shooting from Fort Pierce. Ho missed the
By ROSCOE E. GLENNAbout !' conviction in the killing of De- Officer Riblett closed! with Bob date and a midwife delivered Earl!
Soto Tiger a Seminole Indian Ashley and grappled with him. In Other children included frntv! .. ...:.t. : ,,\ .
noon on June 2, 1915, I who was John trapping partner the ensuing struggle both men were line, Mrs B I-. Bickus. who lives l: ...".... -i...: i
delivered several telegrams t to the in the Everglades.Bob mortally wounded so quickly that I 'Ii
in one of the old Hessey homes on __ ,
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old Dale County jail at Miami Ashley approached the the police sergeant had no time West Ocean Boulevard. the I kite _
and they were signed for by the I front door of the residential part to get into the action. Each man mail carrier here for many .
Leroy
'" Jailer's wife, Mrs Marian Hen. I of the jail property and he asked I fired three shots! and scored two Kathleen who worked in :
t'' drickson A short time later a the first person he met "Are you I hits close," to the heart Rihlctt i ii the years office when E. J. was

tf jailbreak was attempted and Jailer Hendrickson?" and when the jailer i died. in a few hours in the hospitaland appointed post postmaster in 1911 she( .., ..ri:: '
'\ Wilbur W Hendnekson was killed laid Yes," Bob fired from a Bob Ashley died in jail about who Ll..
i died. at nineteen) and Rannie, ,..
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almost instantly, but the prisoners I Savage .380 rifle into the officer'sbody I the same time. raised on In infancy.
were not released, due largely to the bullet piercing close to I Before he died the outlaw said T, J. had fish houses both in RVILn SAIL vied for freight at this loading dock ,t the
I the heroic action of Mrs. Hen. the heart and causing death in a I it was his plan to kill Sheriff Dm : Stuart and! Port Salerno nt onetime south end of the railroad, bridge& in Stuart. Captain Itendricksons
drickson Bob Ashley had tried in few minutes Hardie also. John Ashley. who I .
employed 160 fishermen "I rinily B, (the three m istcd schooner tied to the dock, transported
vain to free his brother John Mrs Hendnekson' was sittingin
and heard was not liberated in the desperate h'II'k.and-liners. gill-nelters and gisolmc and kerosene! to Stuart from Jacksonville The old rail
The inters wife was a nativeof an adjoining room Attempt, denied any knowledgeof seiners He built the first bit fish
dock favorite haunt ol fishermen Lou of shccpshcad
road was
the few words exchanged by the a
what Is now Martin County. the effort of his brother to house Port Salerno and hired
She had married Mr Hendrick.LOOK' two men. She immediately grabbeda I free hen.Sheriff. his own at telegraph agent, Charles und big jcwfish lurked under It. Photo taken In 1906.
rifle from the and rushedto
corner
Hardie wired to Govern. : Seville. to prove to Henry Migler
her husband's aid at
Bob Ashley who by then aiming was run I or lion Park to Trimmt.ll for Pay militia no,attcn aJ that the business was there:' 1 ho first cout.r..ICOiltIved, I I iiicoln Highway which openedin II
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ning across the street toward the road in the United Slates was the I9HLet.
cOIn take care of the situation aris- BKOIIIIK RIACKBUKN .
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garage gun mg from the triple killing here HRS MIMSIIRIn : :
and failed to fire.Across
empty i '
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the street to the south today Troops were the full of 1892 "Brother"Fred s
was the Miami Police Department There had been rumors of a C. Hheklnirn, an ordained
21/2 % Upon hearing the shots !several night: -time jailbreak to Iree John miniterf the Methodist Church
policemen rushed to the jail and Ashley and special precautionswere South begun holding !services in BeautyGo
took up the chase Bob stayed in put in effect at sundown, the pioneer school house m 'Potsd -
the garage a little while trying to but the officers were sure there ,I im (now Stuart) once each
INSURANCE force three men In turn to drive would be no daylight attack Three t month. Born in Lnglund, he was $
him to safety. Each man denied weeks before the tragedy Jailer well educated, and his sermons to Your
ALL-RISK ability to drive a car and then Hendnekson had said, "The way were liked. by all the settlers regardless d
the desperado fled on foot. A few I the county jail is arranged, the i,: of creed.
PREMIUM blocks from the jail Bob jumpedon jailer takes his life in his hands '.
t the running board of a passing every time he enters within the :'Si.s lightning kills l from;1- (IX( ) to Head. .
(nick. pointed his rifle at the I walls." Only a few hours preced f '" .. .. nearly 2X( ) persons annually in the sI s
Outboard driver and demanded to be driven ing the actual attempt at delivery, ', t.\.tr: -, :,-- -' us.

,to the county road. The driverclaiming a Muuni newspaper announced a ,,. ., ,>
he didn't know how to new jail would be erected, partly 3 .
Boats &
MotorsWANT get to the road, saw officers i n because the County Commissionwas ... .. .. """" ..:.....m r ... .... s...,... r .,7yaa9t.6E FOR SALEI I

TO KNOW MORE? pusuit and just at..this time a Miami stirred up by it recent attackon J. RICOU appointed! postmaster of Stuart back in 1913 was a Ionic located in 1 e
the
Jailer. Dative of Mi>nrocville, Ala He settled first in Jensen in 1898:, / :
CALL NOW DANCEVITII Deputy Sheriff Hendrickson where he worked with his brother R, R. Riuni, in thIS fish business l. Stuart near Schools.
came to Florida from Ohio and He had one of the largest wholesale fish houses in Stuart t)
was a marshal at West Palm Beach IOi1
A Smile To The For a while Also he worked on back in the boom. It was blown away by the 1 Id* hurricane Thu 3 BEDROOMS: 2 B/V1IIS, 1 utY

the Tropical Sun, a newspaper published sailfish he is posing alongside! in this. picture WH a rarity in tho CENTRAL: AIR CONDITIONING -
ReardonINSURANCE CARL GRECOSTYLE at Juno, then the county Twenties Born In 1865. Ricou passed on in February 1954. ANn IIEATING. COMPLETL .
scat of Dado County in 1891 l, IXMSKKISIOH'KR.SKN: Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.
Mrs I Hendnekson s parents were SPRiNKLER SYSTEM
AGENCY Mr. und Mrs F. M. Platt of Stuart New England states have thelugcst I elderly folks who in recent years I MIL WALION thru Saturday PHONE, 2(7-4453
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS and she was a utter of Mi/cll Platt, number ot old people in I I have moved to the Pacific Coast CALL AT 7-0531
DINNERS DANCES also of Stuart. Later Mrs. Hen. the U. S. despite the mmbers of are; .
AT 7-3262 Maul I. Boo 88 dnckson sent a letter of appreciation -
Hob Sound, Florid to the Miami Police Department -
KRUEGER BLDG, STUART ,!I I Til.nhon. S4 .SIS7 from Stuart on June 12,

__u ____.__ ____ __ n 1915
"No sadder or more impressive
funeral has been held in Miami "
than that! of Wilbur W. Hendrickson -
," a Miami newspaper said.
Miami Mayor John W. Watson
and council members, .
city :
Judge H Pierre Braining and the ': .. ,.._..,\., ,,.
I entire 'police department and sheriff 'It"" j\\' 1/ J. .I"t, ) \ .. "pl"
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t force marched in the procession < ", '" I ,1(1'( ... ,' :, "., .'''r1" ,, "
j that carried Pollcemai :. ', ,. .,, ; : /, r .. .,
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r John R Ribletts body to the rail.road I_ : W (,. ; ,
I IS station for shipment to andinterment I I' "
t in Fort Pierce, where ,. '
his widowed mother resided Memorial .
5 services were held in Fort
1 4 e- Pierce Baptist Church. STUART"KNOWS
Bo Ashley remains were sent EVERYBODY IN
to Fruita for burial.
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Lions Club NearsIts iI

rR Modern Penicillin 15th Birthday .

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Stuart Lions Club is approaching :"J'

ti t I'' : Can prevent illness can formed its fifteenth on Jan. birthday.27, 1949 It, with was the Peoples Bank of Stuart \. :

( work scientific miracles Walter Pannell as first president .. r < '
Herman Reitz Jr was second president )1 l'

!? f fifI/1/il can even save your life IliiIi and him.Charter .Howard Bartlett succeeded is ".
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I ; : Primitive Balkan peasant used the healing members of this club

powers of brad mould on wounds. were Pannell, Reitz, Bartlett, John .
You now triad your druggist to dispense Dumich, Robert Peck Ralph I STUART ;
the miracle of modern penicillin. Chandler Ralph Daniels, William THE BANK OF ,
cs: V. King, A. F. McCarron, Boa! ".'. 'i it.
tick Mink, Jerry Polmsky, George
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Parks and Frank Wacha .
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law, were abundant and furnished
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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS Nlahl Uf. of th* Oold Cnaatt,4t flam. II New., ........ WaaUiarTiSO 12 Night' Llf. on th* Gold Coaatli4B .. .

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.4 PYI.1UIJ 10.1$ Nsvr 11 unrla. Thaatr "'_ Nlvhtwiteh Show No. I II tunrli. Thealr 4,16-a 1 Movl'
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B 7 .CIonnq' 10,10.7 ((..*, 10 taptaln, K.n'.... It Mornlnf PlorhonaeI,4t10 THIS IIAGPOLE marked the popular downtown meeting pot
10.1 Rn l'e.ey 10 Project 10 12 Mornln Playhona Is lartnon C....... 5.01.5 Sluart in the early days when everyone cither drove their flivvers

..10.11 iSO-4 Our tick Man Van Hliilni Drk 11,00 11 -Pat 4.J.1-IO Ounn Nan, Waathar, gport.Hilt tiOt: -II 11 Mornln Un.la: *BohiIO piayhoaaaBit Naming,. ..,00--lama. Movie.i"i ,Her"B.l"mo"I Naer Farm '.01)-4.. Nan W......... ...n. or walked down to meet the train. You are looking cast, Note that
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1 1 .so.17 with Johnny Ruff and Reddy (Oolor) t Cartooa Capri
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1' I Ia The. Story of. A D. Fort I :TIIF...STlRI. _(rii.rl.lni. /_SEWS .Hiiirsduv, January..9,-I9rl-t!:



Before You Hunted Razorbacks I: I





You Had to Buy the Hog RightsAmong r. M 4 4I


the original old.timers mil once In .1 i while a nice voting There war nulil' smart ol 1 1idians .
of Stuart WM A D Fortv h(i o I ruorhuk: The first thing I did ii|' there' in the woods ihe isometiMus .
tame from Marion County In I9 when I Ienl hunting was to buy we would meet gad
He was hunter and farmer,
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real Florida cracker and proud olIt I u hog cl um: I hat i is. suppose you I hunt nil di\! \ gelher The luliinx\
hid a hunch ol hogs in the woods I hunters. and they ;
He Inter fitted into the c: I were great wereulwas
mil hid! sour own private mark
mercial development: of this on all the hogs, I I. bring! stranger fair in elivielmg the game: I ....... .,
lion, as most woodsmen did \\ l11-1 and new in the woods. ;just l as a squirrels, turkeys and evers'thinelse .
in 1918 he I ... .
was appointed l .
the of nil the vt
m liter of m"in-to-rnan courtesy They knew wa.i p
the St I. '
man on new ucic
K | bridge I would come to you and buy up a unirnuls.ulii.re; they could be found 'IIIIS \\'.\S !Ml .\RI' SCHOOL In 1414 lilly miss I it '
s hogcluin fromou by paying you and when "
tune it
He loved to tell tales of I the I so much for .the privilege and their fettling loi ks. I,inuli.ir. it should I, hearse with additions md "'x; ngts'"
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ell\ie\tll\ them They were f
r "Th onl was ( it was mta the M.trim ('flUI1I'U:" .,c
early days ) lace wi hunting over the range and kill not much on !fishing!. There was ineoiponted present
I d cross: the river then" hi ing such unmarked hogs is I needed lots of sitter skunk civil'" und alter" the' high( sehool und element building/ on I I 1 C III
I Mid, "was up at Spruce BI I u I f You didn't ow n the unmarked right smart of alter und Boulevard was huill m 142ft/ .
opossum ty
(North Fork where hud
) they a hOIi1nlY more than I did and my every nice in a while a bear. There
flat boat fast t to a wire lied on Sit I .
paying> you () or so rCC ll1l\i/eJ was plenty (.1'snakes und I lots of "
shore at both emls People pulled you as II first comer and give men orders. for their skins i hut I I." '" .. .. "
themselves hack and forth across right li> hunt in the woods und '
/ won M n i skin one for any amount) r.
THIS IIOVT wan entered by Golden Gate in the big parade at the county first birthday celebration free of charge except! for the kill ri/orbick us you' hid!. There 101' :'
had work The wood were full of (owls. might he other owners' hogs. und moneyHe .
Nearly every community a float4I1AT'S / I added a story of (rimingtheir
fish hawks and eagk II was fun others could! sell claims same as
hounds to skip Ihe snakes,
...
-- --- -- lo sec the fish hawk and I the
you did but hv recogni/ing one another I and siid tint high-priced sellers
] eaglet fighting for fish Most I anytime 's rights we all got along. I like and pointers brought In from the
WON'T i .
BEUEVE ALL Society News' of day you could look sway neighbors, ife hid el!..mm North had little chance in I ihe.

WAITING' FOR YOU at the up higher in the air the over heller the river-could the After the terrific fighting and Il'ridll'It) up they : bloody nnssacres: of the prcviou let loose in these woods and l all
As It ShouldBe sec-and first I thing you knew I
: 'fabulousAll ccntiirv, it was heartening to both at once you would heir a sharp
there hawk head I
was n coming the pioneers and the Seminole ;i howl' and l in less thin thirty mm.
.t New down straight in the water and he tribes Id find thnl they could be ulesou would have noilog!. \\ hen
", WrittenNewspapers never missed getting a fish Then of assistance to each other by liv those! snakes. hit them they died
r BEACH KENNEL CLUB when he! got well up in the air tog in harmony und (hit they no- II in thirty minutes for (here! is u""IIIleuonllli s111m
( with hn meal he would
next have
:\iiM NITFIYexcept have gone to the to give it up and let it loose for clime good und valuible niiyhhor. a (' of poison in a hill I I Oil Simitl 1101II( in downtown Stuart uhout 9:..

,. : ; ( Sunday) dogs in the past 1 half century. Nobody there was a haklheid after him. -slates--Fort- -- _rattlesnake t : ___ I before many\ additions and modernizations,

1IIRU APR. 22 knows any more how to writesociety If he was high enough up 1 the .. .- .., .. ,. 1 ___ ___ _
newt like the old masters eagle would gel the fish before it : I
".. \ Take for instance, this account hit the ground" ".. .

.Q" MA1INFEFry Saturday:/ 2 P.M. I of The an Stuart elopement Messenger from page of one March of !the Summarizing new century' the yean sentiment, Fort' said of, }1t j I I'I

10. 1916, headed: "Mi s Esther Charlie and Frank dluss were
Admission 25c Ehrhart and Ivy Wiihnant Fly on here .
over at Rio fishing Jim Win- '
Free Parking Wings of 'Love:
tee the
was up on South prong i
"There is something most; Intoxicating and his bees 'I'I'I
wo""o'" Ncwn a05 NooMN GReYHOUNO course.P4&U4CIVwtT. Farming working!! I'I'"Dllddy"
in the perfumery of a Poppleton was keeping
ON InVEORI southern spring languishing about tee* over on Poppleton ('reek Will ,
CLUB when the coo of the dove is heard D)er wu out on his place this side 'I
summoning its male, or )just t when of Poppleton Creek on the eastside
the pretty red rose bursts! forth in of the road to Indianiown ;
all its splendor is breathed .in the and Harry A Dyer was raising I
single little word-love. And pineapples. '!
whence comes love? Like morning's 'Chirlic. Culler win neighbor
light, it comet without they call; out there then and he was also .. I
and how dies love-a spirit bright II
Old Mom Lees
love never dies at all'"Love's raising pincappks 'I HIS IS AN OLD wood-hurner on a logging road that used. let run I
was up on the South : his
prong
spirit crept into the home was 'somewhere 'in Canada. into the lumber I town of Sherman now long vanished, once a
1500 hearts of two young people yesterday Reuben Carlton who went to Fort bustling are between Indiuntown und Okeechohee City Before
which culminated In a romantic I Pierce, was out there where Roebuck the coming of the !Seaboard, oxen and mule! lentils took the logs
marriage at West Palm I I Is and! was taking care of a to the mill.
Beach of Miss Esther Ehrhart and big hunch of cattle. Old Man Plait -- ---- ---------- --'--- -------
Ivy Wishnant. Mr Winhnant, whose' II and his boys were out at Indian-!
home is in San ford, telegraphedMiss town also the Bowers !ItS, There LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS
Ehrhart that he would pass was no town at Salerno and there GOODBODY & CO.
through here for West Palm Beach I was no Port Sewall; that country .
and wished that she would join was my hunting ground." ..IAr .'".'nil IIIIH'' :.ii INHIMritli "The Ideal float for Florida Waters"WOOD'S

him and they would be married There was no need for conservation ."i..a i I"ahul. 1<11", ,k nil' ,',,,,,,,,,...111t.h""I1' <
immediately It seems that neitherof I of wildlife in the curly : "+
the parents of the bride knew days hut rules of the woods were 441't KIM" III" I III Ml IHMII, "U'II '111111HARRY : i COVE
0UOLNOW anything of their intention, not formed by gentlemen agreementsand a
even an inkling of the affair until respected by newcomers. Fort L. KARPF
H ee AT THE EASE tNU: OF HIE PALM CITY BRIDGE
I.... after the ceremony had been per explain/ his Initiation. fee u* I
formed and a trembling' vole was I Hog CIa 1..)"' in these word/ : 4 TWUIT ItKPHKHIllVTATtVa' 1 PHONE smtitr, AREA CODE 305, T :X. 281.198
I heard over the wire from the We got tome wildcats" a punIher 81
fh; i ':,' newlyweds Informing/ them of their once in 8 while coons" turkeys ta-- Stuart Telephone/ 2S7-0799 See Our Good Used Roots
Irrevocable steps taken, eliciting and 'possum* alt the time_ J
their forgiveness. The parents soon -,
State Farm Insures ,. forgave them and they returned
7,500,000 cars! Why not make on the northbound train last night
yours No. 7.500,00 lYou'JI enjoy and are now at home to their many A Progress Report From First Federal Savings and Loan
the Famous Low Rates and friends at the St Lucie Hotel
Service Mrs, Wishnant I is the eldest
Hometown that have
child of Mr and Mrs William
made people insure more cars Ehrhart of this city and is held
with us than with any. other com in very high esteem for her many Association of Indian River CountyThis
pany! Call today! womanly traits of character and

congenial disposition The young

ROBERT M. JOHNSON husband worked Is well with known the Stuart here, wherehe Lumber report is of progress made by you, if you're already our customer, and by hundreds of your neighbors.

Company for many months Many families were able to move into homes of their own in 1963() through our personalized finance plans. Non

331 E. OCEAN BLVD. He Is a young man of high and they are headed safely, steadily toward debt free home ownership. Are satisfied with of prog
I (3 DOORS I FAST OF RANK OK STUART) lofty ideals, good character and you your pace
SIUART AT 7-3625 habits, His home Is in Sanford. ress? Let's sit down and plan n savings or home-ownership program to give! you a greater! measure of success

"May their pathway he strewn in 1964.
STATE FARM 0] with many roses and happiness
always be In their hearts i is the
Mutual Automobile Iniunnci Company wish of their many friends and the I FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
.Home Otfice: Bloomington, Illinois ?,? Messenger
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BEACH, FLORIDA



)' # STATEMENT, OF CONDITION AS OF( DECEMIWR 31 1963



ASSETS CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES



First Mortgage Loans , $28,857,959.69 Savings Account'! $32,771,083.6-1

.
!d jp a Loans on Savings Accounts . (620,230.74) Loans in Process . . . . 1,706,392.49()

k Y ,WrTasS Real l Estate Owned .7,245.76() Other Liabilities and Deferred Credits .13,632.10Provision


Federal I Home Hank Stock . . 330,000.00() for Federal Income Tax 61,839.88


Building/ Land, Parking Lot Specific Reserves . $ 2,500.00()() ()(
This Is the Giant Whale Shark, 30,000 Pounds, Caught by Captain Thompson| at Miami h 1912
and Exhibited on a flat Car hi Stuart h 1913, liffy-one Yean Ago! Improvements . . 322,715.43 General 2,750,093.87

Furniture and Fixtures . . . 61,619.73
FISHING TACKLE AND "INFO"ON Surplus! . . 292,186.39 3,044,78026(

Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium 107,240.78 -- -


WHERE THEY ARE BITINGSee Deferred Charges and Other Assets 40,28627 TOTAL . . . . .$37,597,728


us for U.S. Obligations . .$$5,066,691.83 .

Federal I Home Loan t I :

"Anything In Sports"TACKLE Bank Notes . 1,144,906.25Cash


REPAIRS . . . 1,038,831.89 7250429.97

CHARLES H. "CHUCK" KINDRED

SINCE I94S TOTAL . . . . $37397,728.37



IDEAL SPORT SHOPStuart ',:- .... '.;.'', '. MEMBER 't
Federal Home Loan Bank System i' '

Federal Savings and Loan Insurance CorporationIIIi

Florida AT 7.1400 i iI I




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F t Stuart NtlUl1 ERNEST LYONS' COLUJLNj



THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1964 Most of Us AreInarticulate

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Published every Thursday at HI I East Ocean Boulevard '

Stuart Martin County, Florida on M i ,1

Entered u second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida t d

Florida Values"PEOPLE
MEMBER OF: '

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION are history" it ii aid, I must 1

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS add this: "When people are inarticulate, u f t

makes dull history"
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher! ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor a 'A& W t /
LARON H CAIN, Advertising Manager
MY ABIDING impression, having wrap

MAIL SUBSCRIP1ION RATES In Martin County, Florida, $4,50 per year, two yean pcd up this somewhat unusual special edition,

S8.SO. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate,) is that I never met the fellow I was lookingfor ti

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

Six montht $2.75, three months $ I I.75, .

Foreign and Canadian rates on application SOMEWHERE. I hoped In this three

and-one-half.month journey into the far past

(and it is, indeed, "the far past" since you

will find a story in today's edition that is
Pineapple 'Money Crop' Started Us Coins
451 years old) I would encounter a person
who would tell us of the wonders of Honda

A View of the Past and a Glance at as they. were

HE (OR SIZE:) would talk of the beauty

The Future of This Part of Florida of the coral reefs where you look down
the
through the crystal water at purple sea

Today'i Fiftieth Anniversary Edition of So when we talk about "pioneer days"in plumes waving in grottoes where angelfish/

The Stuart News is a combination of the very this part of Florida we are talking abouta parade in schools and spotted grouper lurk.

old and the very new. very recent period that began in 1878 just .

It had its inception with the realization that eighty-six years ago Just t think, eighty-five THERE WOULD be, somewhere upon

1963 was our fiftieth anniversary year and, years ago there was no one living at Stuart or the way, a human being who was impressed ,

by rights, we should have published it on anywhere on the St Lucie River, Tho first by the majesty of the age-old cypresses with w / tai s

April 18, 1963, but the truth is that we Just settler on the Indian River, Ihomas. E. Rich their beard of moss upon the upper rivers,

started, thinking about it around then. ards, arrived at Eden in 1878 Stuarts first who would describe the spidery mangrovetrees

And the, more we thought the more It settler came in 1880 crouching down upon their stilt-like,

seemed to us that the history of the news Mister Richards who founded the pineapple trots, and the strangling figs that swallow '

paper was not as important III the history of industry is the main reason why there alive the palm trees of our hummocks .

the entire area. Our last historical effort was was the first wave of settlement He proved .,.1.

published in 1950 when there were only 7,000 how a hard working man, hiring field hands, IF I DID not know that it could not be : ..' ;
people in Martin County Now there are could make a dollar here, growing pineapples, possible, I might be guilty of suspecting that '' Ii'I I

22,500. That set us to realizing that the J 15,500() and thats all the early !settlers needed to know.If the exigencies. of making a living-then and ,'" w r ''1e 'ti. Jl'i\.it' -.f.i:. .
new arrivals, two-thirds of our present population it had not been for the key of the now-close! most eyes to the beauty all around ".M.b" v axM .. .. .iw_ jJ ...-... I.nOW' .

probably know little or nothing about magic golden pineapple, which could be ship. them. }) YOU LIKE to be the little lady, sitting on the porch cow man on the horse ut right Ranch owner Bill Matheson can

the background of their new home in Florida.So ped for long distances, by sailing vessel or corner, holding those wiggling triplets with other kids in all directions he distinguished as a face among three children if you look real

this edition begun to have a purpose.We paddle-whcel steamer the frontier would be I MIGHT HOLD the prcsumptious suspicion ,? She's Mrs, Henry Newhousc and that's Henry, veteran hard
would perform a community service by even closer than it i is. The pineapples gave that, what I have seen and felt and

enlightening the new folks from all over the the homesteaders a reason for wanting to held dear about this place was not equally Henry Newhousc Family "Full House in Hearts"

United States who are now Martin Countians. own land; the money to be made from them shared by others saw grass under the

That's why we looked into the long past, made it worth while t to live in a palmetto wind, rippling like the fur of a sleeping creature -

back to 1513 when Ponce de Leon encountered shack, fight mosquitoes, and hack away at crimson-flowered air plants winking Is Still
the original savage Indians who were here, the land with a brush ax) to get a start. redly from a live oak on a jungle river Pioneering Going on in County

to the days of the Seminole War and afterward, The pineapples brought the paddle steam wild orchids and wild asters the flight of

when there were forts and blockhouses In ers, next the railroad; they made possible the egret like white horses galloping before a

You find references building of stately homes along Indian River cypress head .
what Is now Martin County
to the Armed Occupation Act of 1842 Drive, at Jensen, Scwalls Point, Rio, Port Old West Is
Sewall Hobo Sound and Jupiter. Once fieldsof DO for talented
tint-hand about the Indian River BUT I not. Except a
,
and
a story, pineapples covered this whole town of and artistic soul or two articulate with paint-
Colony Down SouthIn
Armed Occupation
back It was Stuart. They extended from Rio up the sand like Beanie Backus up at Fort Pierce, who r
Our history a long way. t
451 goes when ponce De Leon Is reputed hills west of Jensen all the way to Fort Pierce sees and puts on canvas the wonder of the

years to have ago dropped a crow of stone into and beyond. There were fields of them on South Florida wilderness; and our own Jim and MartinBy w
Sewalls Point where the big estates are being Joan Hutchinson, who are capturing in oils the 0 0t
the St. Lucle, shown on first Spanish mapsas
broken into "residential lots" today. last of the Scnunoles most of tho rest of us
Rio de Santa Cruz, River of the Holy up ERNEST: :. L\O\S:
When everybody could make good money simply "see, hear, feel and know" withoutthe

Cross.And there were people here for thousandsof from the land this was a prosperous section ability to express it. There's plenty of "Old West"
The houses and the families were big, pioneering Mill going on "DownSouth'
before for the Indians who once inhabited
years too Then why The lure of making money has been responsible WE. AND THEY who went before us, in Martin County 4 J
this people
were
place about all of 1 found that out In full measure j
South Florida being so for just our waves are so constructed that we can see and feel
do we talk about short growth It brought hundred of small farmers the wonder of the rising/ "S nun, und other! inur- list Saturday afternoon when I

"young" and "the pioneer Jays" being SO around 1910./ Most of them went broke. Edward .. vets but consider it indelicate to mention drove out to Crane Creek Ranch r + + vj _
a distance in the past? west of Palm City to take some
/is about the only one who
just
Largely \because of fierce Indiana, lack I of Mipp them publicly. pictures of while-faced cattle for
roads and railroads, vast swamps, and no way mado a success of his grove! an lid in this special edition.
The boom of the Twenties caused a population I MET NO one in my journey into the <
to make a dollar The Florida Indians were In a few minutes after I arrived, j Fs
fierce. They fought the Spaniards surge because of the money to be made past who talked of deer grazing in the dawn it was hard to believe that this was

particularly tooth and nail for centuries, until they were -{and lost)-in real estate. We had a similar on a fresh burn, or of otter playing on their 1964. Smoke from a branding fire

and the invading Creeks boom, not so hectic, in the Fifties, although slides, or of pelicans sailing just above the was curling up from a cattle chute
out by smallpox
wiped values held up afterward It brought a lot of breakers that curled in against the coast, or and branding pen 1 walked over r
called Seminoles, which means runaways
(now people. of Old Baldy, the eagle' diving down to snatcha and watched Foreman Henry New-
like the docile '
tractable
t
.) They weren't There is a quiet boom of a sort going on fish from an osprey in mid-air house efficiently directing thebranding .l
Indians of California and Cuba. They thought now. Like the first one, it Is being sparked operation as critter after ,

they owned the country. So did the Seminoles by an agricultural product the orange. But THERE WAS no talk of the mullet schools critter nit the chute. was neck- &J

after them. this Isn't a matter for the small man. The big cascading like thunder in the river of manatees clamped and hot ironed on the L 4jl '
been here, or You could tell that
In fact, if there bad gold right! flank
like Minute Maid, Hood and their
corporations, rising to sigh with their young at
tractable Indians, this would probably be the this was a man who knew and
wouldbe Bessemer, are bundling our orange boom on sides, of pompano skipping like golden dinner liked his Job.
There
old town.
old Spanish
site of an ,
a big scale. of the silver of leaping tarpon
platen surge Bill Math-
cathedral In the heart of this When Ranch Owner v
a great and old stone business buildings lining Money is still luring people. Tho jobs tho blue sky, the clean air, the new eson! arrived, the men got horses,

place Spanish would still be at Pratt & Whitney, the new jobs at Grumman, land nor did anyone mention those high. and Mrs Newhousc, an attractive MARIE:, NORRIS AND ANNE Newhouse, Martin County's only triplets, all dressed up in western
the streets. Our, population and Indian just 'as it pre.is the job on the flower farm'-and the chanceto vaulted castles of cumulus clouds!, with their young women more kids to attire as pioneers of (1964 ut the Crane Creek Ranch.
dominantly' Spanish make money flower farming-just to lista trailing skirts of rain, which are so distinctly look after n\\Old Mother Hub-
in much of Latin America. -- -- ---- -- -- -- --------- -- ----
few of our current enterprises bringing in Floridian." bard, drove me out to the east

The Florida Indians were wildcats when the pioneers of 1964. pasture where her husband and "a naturul-born cattle man:' "Onoof back full circle in beef cattle production Crane Creek Ranch birlhed some

the Spanish arrived because: they had word of But we also have a new sort of pioneer, I DID FIND one bright and shining spirit, Mathcson rounded up two or three the best in the business," Bill of the largest milk.producing enterprises -
them In advance. Just as there are Cuban who brings his hundred husky Herefords for my Mathcson told "He' been
probably the best sort of all, Miss Lucy Richards (LcTourneau) whose love me s Newhousc didn't want to talk west of Palm City, cur
refugees arriving In Florid today, there were money with him Ho is the retiree, ranging, of life shone in everything she wrote She lens The scene could have beenin my right hand for the past twelve
Texas Arizona much about himself but by dint of rently leases to Turnpike Dairy
bands of Indian refugees sailing in from Cuba, or fifty years
I from the well-lo-tlo corporation executive who Ned L.c ouneau s mother, up at Edenon years even acting as my rose-production
San Domingo and other West Indian islands has decided to enjoy life to the pensioned was the Indian River, and the grandmother of ago-or a century ago, except for foreman. Don't think he !some questioning! I learned that and Schernin Cattle Company

telling of the cruelties of the Spaniards how worker, retired farmer or city man who has that station wagon liked that too much, though" he took purt in the Hattle of the The ruse enterprise! is also I leased
distinguished
Howard LeTourncuu a reporter "
they enslaved the natives and put them to "Do you ever go fishing? 1 "Too many women to boss Bulge descending with the 5Hth "At one time we employed over
Social and has decided
work the fields, building forts and a nest egg plus Security on this newspaper for many years In my asked Mrs Newhouse. "1 he-re's around," interjected Mrs New. Parachute Air Borne, was riddled 100) people on a tomato deal," added
,. in cane to spend the rest of his days in Florida. opinion, for better or worse, the two stories plenty of good fishing in that creek house! Cows don't talk b.ick." by machine.gun fire and spent Mathcson
houses And without gold to be secured
stone This i is !sort of a "steady boom" that de. by Lucy leTourneau are the best things in over there My old man used to Henry agreed that he found it hty.three days in a German But I still think the big story
for the killing, the Spaniards did not have rends on climate. tourist accommodations, this edition. She loved people and so ably fish it all the time. What strings somewhat more satisfactory just prison hospital At (the same time, out that way today is that family

the incentive to make a quick job of conquering our rivers, fishing and ocean. It has gained expressed in words her inner spirit. he brought out of there" having to argue with cows, The his present boss, Mathcson, thena with twelve children 'pioneering
the Florida Indians-as they did in Peru, momentum and no end is in sight Includein 'Fishing' With twelve children Crane Creek operation started with lieutenant, senior, in the Navy in the old ranch house What tales

'Guatemala and Mexico.: this of course!! the vacationer who falls SHE WAS the closest I found! to the fellow and a man to feed wash their i beef cattle, switched to dairying saw !service and action in five campaigns they'II have to tell when the next

That is largely why there wan "the great in love with the area, determines to return I was looking for all along" clothes and look lifter? Not yet I veered off into flowers, and is now was wounded! once historical edition lolls around.

blank space" of almost 400 years: Indians, and live here haven't-but some day when all ---- -- --

a and no way to make a dollar. Wire growing fast right now, mostlyon BUT IN ALL honesty, I !sorely missed that my work's done 1 hope to sneak
that creek and catch dents and aueh.We KNJOYH::. READINGABOUT : :
mea
History u a progressive burst of progress "momcnlu: ,." If you want to see another which would tell us how "strange und! over to
voice of and bream"Her TO THEi&OTOR are unhappy that we have FLORIDA
couple trout some
when
really began found out howto
somebody ETTERSI
big wave of growth however, inventa new and wonderful" South Florida was original home was near not been able to come to Stuart
make a dollar from the land-and didn't new way for lots of people to make money and is. There were plenty of people who told Dolrnn: Ala but now it's the the past two winters We miss the Editor Stuart News
have to dodge an Indian tomahawk to do it. here h..t'l' how it''s done how grand it was to get the mail, to build a old Crane Creek" ranch house built sunshine flowers, fishing and all I wish to thank >PU for the copyof

house, to erect a church, t to visit the assailb9nt by Bill Mathcson and Fred O'Stccn the nice people, especially: our your paper containing a Chris.
and the first More, who considered it when Bill and Faith Mathcson tint The opinions expressed are thoseof friends the Claude Sweets and'Bill' tian Science lecture Not only did
the writers.. If desired, letters
IrnIXrtantlhom begot whom and whom they moved to Martin County buck in Armors. I enjoy this lecture but also reading
are printed t above a de
More of Them Than Any Other Kind but no ono the real reason! 1940 ; noon plume Sincerely,
begat gave "I just love this old place," said but never without The News knowing Mrs. Burton (Bea) Banks all about Florida, even the
I why we are here. Mrs. Nehotl'oChen we arrived the name of the writer.. Letters Bainbridge N. YBU price in the markets was interesting

back at the ranch Dogs ran out sent in anonymously are filed The paper was sent me by
A Tribute to 'Forgotten Pioneers'An I AM PROBABLY inarticulate myself; I irking ,mom ull directions. And in the waste basket-The Editor ; :NEW: CLLVFRFCLRH Mrs John Dragscth of Route I,

will jive it a tryVe: ere here because we children swarmed. I thought to DOPES ME: GROW > FLOOD! II.L Again thanks.It .

edition of this size, attempting to record have omitted many, recording of necessity have discovered, each of us, that this is the myself: "This i is pioneering in 1964. BUT !NOT LIKE Editor Stuart News: is cold in South Dakota but

even se short a period of the past as only a representative grouping: of families and most wonderful part of the United States ofAmerieaun.J What talcs these kid will have totell tORT LALDLRIHLK: We wish to publicly thank Les we are cozy and very
1880-1964, in even so small This forced! do we cannot understand, know fifty years from now about Mrs Otto rre1t
u community as personalities we were to both Editor Stuart News: Combs and all those connected
this, falls woefully short of mentioning "all by space limitations and the size of the job, ing what we know, why all the" rest of the their wilderness ranch home and Enclosed please find check in with the excellent Brook ings, S. D
news
those who also! served." a tremendous task in a country weekly office. United States is not here loo. received the amount of $5 for which please coverage
: of the situation that existed
at QUOTABLE QUOTESWe
Even among the prominent pioneers, we send us subscription to Tho Stuart
of .
But what most
we are thinking right cots:
THANK GOODNESS, they haven't found Sunshine Mobile Manor
.. -....... now as this edition goes to press is the thou While |just! three of the young News for one year. and during know there is intention and
out "
yet immediately after the down.
sands of men and women who might be called sters-Harriet Anne, Helen Mine Via a borrowed "News, we purpose in the universe, because!
All photographs reproduced in The Stuart "forgotten pioneers." They were Negroes who and Henry Norris thirteen-month- have been reading with very great pour that occurred the first part there is intention ana! purpose in

Newt are by The STUART NEWS staff unless hoed the fields and did the wash One of the best things to come out of old triplet born in Fort Pierce interest that the "way has been of last week. To those who saw us. People have said, "Where is
otherwise credited pineapple ; Washington is the clearly readable calendarof Memorial Hospital-were born to cleared"! for the development of the situation and did not know this purpose, this intention?" I
they were the men whose, names no townspeople the House of is Mrs. Newhouse! a second wife, she beach properties the cause it presented a very sorry say "It is here; it u in me; I feel
Representatives: ; it plain,
knew who cut. the ties and drove the simple and readable from feet mothers all the others, rangimt to Progress for Stuart is great news picture, But thanks to the explanation ) it. I directly experience it, and so
thirty
spikes for Mister Flagler's railroad; they were We've written away. thirteen years with equal affection 1I0lever.lie would not like to see we are sure many people do you and you need not try and
Seminoles who traded! settlers a haunch of just Congressman Paul G Rogers a "hotel jungle"' as .at Fort Lauderdulc now have the true picture. Also look a* if you didnt."George

The Stuart Newt will furnish photo printsof venison for a pound of salt; they were men .for our 1964 cory The "three of a kmd" I was Beach and Lauderdale-by. we extend our thanks to Walter Bernard Shaw,

sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture known only by nicknames, like "Portugese told, are the only triplets in Martin. thc-Sca and other places. There Cro ell of Dickeron Inc. who .
If you like this newspaper: don't tell us County She dressed! them in cowboy one does not feel free to beach- came to our rescue with such It is given only to a woman to
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 Joe" down at Joe's Point on the sea island,
Tell our advertisers; they make it possible outfits for my camera and comb or shell-hunt and surf fishing promptness' and efficiency With scrutinize others meticulously from
for the first print and SI.00 for additional and Smith" who hunted 'gatorsup
any "Alligator what a job we had trying to keep is at a minimum. Beach chain the completion of the oversized head! to toe without seeming to see
print* ordered from the tame negative at the the St. Lucie before the first homesteader them in position! for a photograph. and sun umbrellas go right downto culvert under! U. S. I, we will never them in the slightest.-Arnold

tame time; larger sizes by special quotation.. came. They stoked the wood.burning paddlewheel in albums or their deed! in yellowed old news- Henry Newhouse! originally a the edge of the surf and! signs again have to worry about flood Glascow.

Stuart News employees will not take photograph 1 steamers They cut the trees and sawed papers They simply lived! and! worked and did West Virginian, came to Florida say: This area reserved for the conditions.. .

except for the newt and advertising the logs at the first lumber mills. their parts. We suspect that there were more about twenty' years ago, workedfor exclusive use! of guests of hotel." Sincerely "Any child who gets raised

column of The Stuart News. These were all human beings each in hit of them than any other kind. Here's a saluteto Lykes Brothers Cattle Company Thus some of the foremost reasons Or Louis G. Vogt and strictly by the book is probably
at Brighton and Little Cy for living in and retiring i toFlorida A J. Axelson.! a fir i a& a.khtioo.ZiooBen
You don't find their them all
way a pioneer. pictures press. He is what you might call are denied "in-town" rest- Sunshine Mobile Manor (III.) News.ID .


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Fled to Cuba Via Our Waters

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'. Editor's note: Joe Crank hlw.: (';iv.iln a unit which caused much reached ardenas, (uba. on June
WAR ON ; ; former county editor of The grad lo the Yankee force Ihe 11, after they were picked up b\
: Stuart News who now resides aim ot the two officers was to Ma ardk
a Meumer: Lieutenant:
SPANIARDS ": H .. with his family at Jacksonville; find a 1 bout and make for Cubi, and hm men retraced their path lojiilnesville
,i where he is the editorial staff .
<0\ on much as modern d ly Cuban cvilci (; and there lived out
'. of the Florida Times-Union come to Honda
X567 : '" ', ; 4 contributed of their lives as respected: citizens ot
: \ glimpses historyto Escorting! the: cabinet memberand the community
i our special edition: hi, party was lieutenant William Thus it was that Martin Coun-
By JOE CRANKSI1AW M MeCardle and two enlisted l- ty'n shores were for one small
y- men who knew the !southernend
[ for
i1- period in history" a shelter a
Few Martin residents of the state well
County very They Southern leader in what has been .
Know that the quiet waterways of had met Drcckmridgc and his par calld one of the greatest: escape ..IIE )DVM: OK III IIOUSElscrlaokingfhe 'si I ucie River whero
the Indian River and the rolling ty at Fort Butler on lake George
adventures in history President drover l leveluul\ ..111.h"\ I.lItHl I and\ famous actor
surf formed the highway to free. which is a part of the St Johns
dom for a member of the Con- River. Joseph Jellerson hl.lrII Rip V in Winkle. ) uwd I 10 slay The old
Celestial Line
federate Cabinet and an aide to I Using a ship boat from Ihe federal inn, operated! I lot .1 i |H.riod hl> Mr ind Mrs U W Bcsscy! was beloved
President Jefferson Davis at the : gunboat Columbine," which Once Run from h\ earls .iniilen.JOHNS>.,
close of the War Between the I Dickinsons' men hid sunk in the
States I only cavalry-naval: engagement I t of Jupiter to Juno
Davis and Confederate Postmaster the war at Horses Landing on t the
r General John H, Reagan were river in May of ISM: / the party The Ulcsiul Rdilr".IJ.llh Usstations *'t"" """ "!""'"':." '
of Jupiter. Venus a met 1.
(solos J tj rS td r T captured near I Irwinville. Ca, on and escorts moved quickly down Mats used to t trinsport pavtcnym ,
+ ly a May 10 1865 but the rest of the the river. and freight from the Indian Riv "''w .,;.'
cabinet had already separated from At Lake Hirncy/ the long bout
er steamers at Jupiter lo June then J. :;
him and fled south. All that remained was pulled overhand to the Indim the county lICult Palm (teach
r of the southern treasury, River j just north of litusville County
about $25.000( In gold reachedthe Traveling' under cover of darknessthe ,
home of David Yulee in Ar group crept out Indian River The orbiting r.lilrOlld"tli'ar
cher five days utter the captureof Intel put a federal gunboat (scared when' Heiirv} fliglcrs Hoe
where the ida Fast C o.ist" Radwa n c u m e
Davis watch was appircntly
General John C Brcckmridgc. I relaxed due to the end of hostilities along but old rail spikes are still
1II1S \RK1R, put up several yean ago by L F. Knowlcs on Sewalls Point, designated a mound who was Confederate secretary of f found along its route
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thought to be (he remains of the Santa Lucia Jesuit Mission and fort that was destroyed by the Indians war, accompanied by It would have been safer for
around 1567 ant,and Colonel T frrw.J, the group lo travel along" the Indian FUNERAL HOME i ,
former aide to the President, moved River but one of the men I later: STUARTSOROl'TIMIST
south through Florida with the remembered that they hud 'been Air Conditioned Chapel Ile,
Indians Raided Spanish Forts and aide of loyal Confederates and the punctured and bled lor the (past
troops of Captain J. J. Dickinson, two weeks" S
: commander of the Second I loridaWe've But eventually. the (group! was CLUB R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS 4
forced back on to the river and
Missions Here Little Trace LeftThere shortly entered what is \now Mar Preside Edna: Wolf licensed Funeral: Directors)
; tin County 1012 INDIAN1OWN ROAD, STUART
Had.Four'Big'
.The river was quite different!' in lit and 3rd lliunduy .

: were Spanish torts settlements :- section ot the big fort at St. Augustine divided Up into small groups in those: days from whit it ,it now, 1SOOVILAMINGO( Telephone AT 7-3434
Hurricanes The old inlet was Mill open, the
and missions in this part of search of food The of : : UO n.L
I cacique House of Refuge had not t yet been 24-Hour Ambulance Srrvlie Otyurn Fqnlpmrnt: .
Florida during the early years of Early records show that Padre Ays had arisen against them in built and few while men lived in
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Spanish tenure. but they were universally I Torre had a mission on Jupiter company with neighboring In I In Past 42 YearsIt the area Only Indians. a trapper -n--------
wiped out by Indian raids Island, but little else is known of dians. In their extremity they had I or two and an occasional fugitive I'I .- --
fled the has C more than fourteen' would have noticed them
and the survivors to pro- it moved 20 leagues farther down We believe in the future of
-- --- since Martin has The took
Lowery Spanish Settlements years County trip front May I H to -
the lagoon (Indian River) to the had a severe hurricane, the l last t June 4. On the fourth the '
in the United States, Florida 1567 I party! \ r' Stuart and Martin County -
ANTIQUESWANTED to 1 M74. Volume 11," states: neighborhood of Gilherti Bar and major blow being in the fall of II passed out o. the Indian River vm ., ;
Lucie 1 1949-but that was whiner. the Inlet und sailed south '
St. River, where they found a Jupiter ,
"I In I 1566 the vessel in and that belief
command 4 bucking
China-C'lit Glass=Brlc-a-Brac of Gonzalo Callcgo had more abundant food fish and mul with winds reaching 165 miles per ward to lake Worth here they ( -I.- arc up

Eileen \\adhams, Alt, Jensen found the Ays colony in a deplorable berries and friendly Indians. Dur- hour successfully eluded a federal pa-I r.MOTIL ''h the I finest of f fI
providing t
condition Driven by ing the four days previous to dallego There was general destructionof {I trot emit and then hijacked a 't or y type
AT 7.1949 arrival had subsisted waterfront from .1 i band of deserters I I
boathouses
s they property I i
'soldiers had
starvation the settlers( ) .
solely upon palmettoes, grasses and : docks and small craft in No record of where the group I I. tourist accommodations for
water and they named the place the great hurricanes o f 192ft:! spent its various nights "K available b }
Santa Lucia. Later which but U that ?.Aft'r'1' !! I fishermen
Mencndez had centered on Miami and in is certain they I : our many visiting
Drive in here sent M.idcano with relief to Santa 1928:! which centered on West must hive camped somewhere he nM '
lucid and found the Indians had Palm Beach and the tvcrghdcs: tween Fort Pierce, and Sewulls i 1' and tourists( !
risen and killed U of the col. Many victims of the Everglades Point for at least one night. Men
for. onistrHoldiers't') storm are buried at Port Mayacu making the trip remembered: that .'. L. Powill'a Diiirr wan. completed In 194V. Our
I The Spaniards' named the set cemetery, which was the closest the insects were terrible' and that I Morel' Just to the liar of IM (wilding, WIM completed
tlement Santa Lucia preserved in high ground to the 'blades. I they constantly expected to be exposed in 19JI.We .
hat that of the St. Lucie River, called It took the hurricane of 19.13 and captured by a roving
*fHIS IT on some maps Rio Santa Cruz to really' clobber this part of I lorltla federal 'gun boat.Breckenridge congratulate! Stuart News on its 50th Anniversary/ Edition .
:\ ,. and River of Luz, probably an abbreviation in the no e. While. not a enamor 1 ; and I his parly I
keeps of Santa Lucia According blow as were those of '26 .H. ( and take this opportunity to thank till of you who have accorded :
{ LUBRICATIONSERVICE to Roberts (1764)) it was three it t hit us directly and after the
us theyears .
leagues south of the River de Ays center had passed over there were your patronage! over
: (Indian River). Lowery places the'Ays" dozen of unroofed business buildings attar
We Try IJ t AH Times To Live Up To Our Slogan
I camp in the vicinity of Mal and wrecked homes. In-
char, and a Spanish league was The storm of '49 also l a aD
was ()ur
GONG! approximately 2T. miles But ex- baby," and did an estimated $1,- at "A SQUARE: DEALVITI[ EVERY MEAL"AND
I icily where the first Ays camp was (out( ) in property damage
Our service IN and
quick thorough. located, and how accurate their In the years between, we had at a
f1 Regular, lubrication force moisture "20 leagues" was 1 I. uncertain. east a dozen minor hurricanes and VISIT TFt v.OUR.., ...01'1.FOUNTAIN. Drink F. L. POWELL'S DINER
Chatclam places the St Lucia as many hurricane scares when
and grit out of vital/ parts and keeps cars running longer and Jesuit Mission! 1 1367, on the westside they aimed at us and veered or WC nave LUNCH
of the Indian River slightly passed close enough for us to get STUART DRUG CORP. MOTEL
wnoolhcr. north of the St ucie Inlet. The heavy rams and strong winds, but ." lucl. A P" I.. DI.I AT r.1... I
blockhouse and mission was probably the four listed above were the ma aasLL ITOaa Federal I Highway North Stuart
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"Trust your car to the man who wears the usual construction, palm most violent J I
logs and thatched roofs. One of .
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the star" vlencndcz .
soldiers testified in
i Spain, 1573, of the efforts madeto
fortify the coast and "the Indians .
George Corley'sTEXACO had slain many Spaniards in

@ the: company district of was Santa garrisoned Lucia, ,wherea and We Are Proud to AnnounceYour

they were killed in such numbers
SERVICE STATION that: those who were left alive were

229 OLD DIXIE SIUAKI, ......A. Al 7-9856 forced to leave and abandon the
fort, because the Indians were per.
day secuting" and killing them every Bank Is Ready to Serve You


EVANGELIST YOUTH CIN1IR: : FIRST
i WAS SERVICEMEN:: lUB: In A New
LEROY JENKINSA Stuart Youth Center, which was Building -

priorly Stuart Civic Club was
built during World War II us

A tILLLD PRiSBYILRIAN dances Martin County were held Service and Club recreation where We believe the First Bank of Jupiter is the best designed, most .

: IS COMING 10 fw .bbed to the soldiers training
aft :::*_4'p) Murphy Palm Beach "
Ft. Pierce, Florida beautifully decorated bank building opened in '


UNDER: ONE OF THE Salon in recent .
WORLD'S LARGEST: I County years ,

HEATED: GOSPEL DENTSJanuary : .


of \Y i I. We want to share with our friends of Martin County our happiness
loril THRU 26111) i '. J '

2JO 2 SERVICES PJVl. & 7:30 DAILY P.M. Beauty and pride in this accomplishment ,

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2200 Okecchobe Road I

;3 West on Highway 70 I You invited and this
n0PSS10HA1 are all most cordially to tour inspect new

BEAUTY CARENow

i Leroy Jenkins says: bank building on Sunday, January 12th from 1 P.M. to 4 P.M.
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f "God is still doing the ByV
VIRGINIA KINNE
things he did in the PAULINE SEGNA Directors, Officersand

days of the Apostles." FRANCES REDDISH Stall

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Crusade Visit the and Revival experience Pedicures Featuring-- FIRST BANK of JUPITERU.S.

old-time reli. 'Relaxing Facials9WE !

gion at its best. I

ARE NOW OPEN: I HIGHWAY NO. 1 AND BRIDGE ROAD
PRAYER FOR THE
MONDAY thru SATURDAY
MCK MGIIILY I Mt.MBLR ILDLRAL DEPOSIT INMKAM7L; c.OKJ'OR.110Nt. :
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(.C THE: STUART (TU) NEWS -" .- r *-* "i --> r yw w *f w i ignmv > v n v I l- t RECALLS PIT<'II1HVT
r Ihnrsday, .January 9, 1964 Biggest Fire of A Crisis of the i KILLED RAHI-fR


IJeathcote Early Days Was [ Home Building Section ; ] Big DepressionBy I old county Reminiscing days commi" Arthur;.-about lener E. Sims and"the present former good

Nurseries On Jan. I 1,1916 Stuart city commissioner, who was
Architect Designed Landscaping. OLD TIMER: I born in Jupiter, tells about. the
Oriental DcNign A Specialty. During the depression of the I best pitcher I aver saw Sims
When old timers in Stuart talk recalls that all a boy he was hi.
RECENT Thirties the I
Complete Line of Ornamental BUILDING PERMITSDec. fedml: government
about "the Mj fire," they do not cycling over to the old Bowers
Plant Materhil. "The Indian supplied l the money to pay thosein I rattle
Store when he saw a big
River Area's Oldest Landscape mean when the freight d e pot (Dec. 27 through Jun. 3)) need and who were, witting/ and snake by the side of the road. "A
burned when the fertilizer able to work / selected l
Nursery, Our 38th Year. Turn factory Location Contractor on projects man named Andrew Sullivan came
burned or that more recent event, Description Amount by local people and if the em- :
Right off U.S. 1 at Llndo.leyLumber picked l up a piece of oyster
In Fort Pk>rre. phone the burning of the Hotel Commodore Martin County allowed ploye had a supply a large of family surplus he food was shell wound up his arm and hit
HOward 15332. that rather right in the head withit
in addition. The
was only
pay I
.. Nope They mean jut one Vera Sharp! Aqua Bonita Karl Hcrrlm Swimming pool $ 2.000( $1 a day. He did not work on saw. killing,"' said it.Sims.Neatest throw I ever
----- -- --- thing, that New Year'i Day of I Elmer Bicbcr&im !Skyline' Heights None Residence 9,000 leaf-raking projects but on those

SAF.TI.AIDSLOCKSlIITIIS 191A' when most of the able.bodiei Rhode Jr. legion Heights! Sam Rhodes Construction ('0. Two residence (each) 8,000()( whole.that benefited the taxpayers, as a Scientists can tell by studying

men In town were over at a picnic City Sign Service South Federal Highway Randy Roofing Sign 3 One of these projects was can the rings of a tree all about the
e in Palm City and couldn't get ning food The WPA furnished the climate. whether there was droughtor
home In time to help on foe bucket and cooker and heayy rams, if fires struck the
cans took one of
-KEYS MADE- brigade Retirement Home of the Week each five cans! when processed for tree any time during its growth.
Lock Combinations The fire started in the I. B McDonald -... payment of the cans furnished. The tree i is an accurate historic
apartment house and The WPA was able to accumulate barometer of a reglonclimate
Changed spread rapidly igniting the Fp- Deluxe Features a considerable surplus of food in during its life and some trees are
worth league Hall, McDonald'sdwelling One-bedroom Home that manner 4000) years old.
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the Methodist Church Tom Knowlcs operated a grocery
and !.. F. Gciger's Proprietary store and gave a week' credit to METAL
Hobc Sound Drug Store, at well at Dr. (). I 1'. .Mi 4.'k'fNl-'e WPA employes, but until the prior
546.4881 546-5137 Maxson residence and the Weil The first group of figures aeAR slew hill was paid no more credit was We Are Workers In Metal
home. t in the house number repre- available One week the Jacksonville IF WE DONT 11.\Vt: If
-- All were destroyed--but just t to cents the square feet of liva- office, through some oversight WE CAN MAKE IF
-- give you an idea of how inflation z able area in the house. (The or error failed to get the
PAINTS HARDWARE has affected building values i i in other group is an office num. payroll back to Stuart and ship-
forty-eight years, the total I lost was her.) According to Jan Rein. ment of surplus commodities had a
ATUntlc 7.0363 estimated at $17,500.Building er, the cost of building such been dclaved and that was! exlausted -
... Pipe\ a house may he reckoned as 'There was no food no
about $10 per squire foot, money and no credit with which {
SuppIlM Permits exclusive I i of land cost: For example to buy-nnd a lot of hungry people STUART PLUMBING
IiCaI..I. Cut a house numhered who had earned their wages of & METAL WORKS
." Total $$27,003The 915-11 I would have 935 hquare I 51 a day Boa 148 Atlantic. T 0111 Stuart
SupplUtHour '' feet of livable area and r 4 e Mr The canned food that hud been --- -- -- -
should I cost approximately accumulated' was sent for and then'''
Bru.h.l. For Black. DMtor. holiday period took toll of $9,150 to build :f II appeared that some person with Tops In Design
SMI r rt r CM ond Otk n
inikling permits last week, only out authority hud sent all that
INDIAN RIVER SALES five being I Issued, all for the unincorporated food to Key West on cl..nm of urgent .
0. Tile JENSEN DrU. On BEACH. Mil. Nortk part of Martin County By JAN RrlMR ; need down there. All the locals I
for a total of $27,001 could do was tighten their hells KINGSIGNS
House' No. 790.14
until the payroll could be obtained

This pretentious one.bedroom from Jacksonville, a matter of
some twelve hours, and more sur-
SMALL REPAIRS home which contains only 790 Ing for the spacious, living-dining PATIO plus food delivered, but the threat
squire feet, houses deluxe features area and an 8-foot ceiling for the of breaking into' the stores was
AROUND TIlE HOME customarily expected" in high.priced smaller kitchen and bathroom averted.
13"14 12al25
8at3
residence "
them look
(making more in
DINING LIVING BEDROOM The present generation can not
CONCRETE BLOCK: PUNTING CARPENTER WORK For instance, there I li the decor. !icalc"). I appreciate what hard times mean NEON SPECIALISTSFort

PIPrWORK OR WIUF IX YOU NFHW: Hhve, corner fireplace anchored In Optically, the brick barbecue is orhut it means! to work all day Pierce HOward 4.1399
the midst t of the 21-foot.long hvng "connected' with the built-in din i for a dollar
Free Estimates .dining area; there is the masonry ing table I by a storage cabinet t -- -
barbecue located in the 7 mounted on the brick wall (shown N
DAVENPORT by 14-foot kitchen; there are the dotted on the floor ,plan) hut, from C RPORT C R -'-'
two sets of sliding glass doors the practical/ point of view, a fold- 6
PHONE 287-4088 STUART, fLA. connecting the living area with the ing door (see arrow on floor plan)
terrace and the waterfront (sec can separate the kitchen from the : !
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entrance foyer (with a coat closet lust halfway between the kitchen -14. RONTW'6---I I '

) from which all rooms are accessible sink and the dining table, a wel- .__ _h _____ ___ :
without crossing the living come slcpsaver for a family.

room. The 13 by 22-foot carport is The Legion Post mander.
Another "plus" of this 22 by 'I handy to the kitchen and is large The Woman's Auxiliary of the
fi.foot, 8-inch compact rcti-e I enough to accommodate a 6-foot- post was organized Oct. 7, 1923, ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial .
Motors Rewound merit home is its shed roof This wide closet for garden tools and Was Formed On and the following officers were
Home & Outlets is the cheapest roof one can build fertilizers (at rear) and laundry elected: President. Mrs M R. AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps
Wiring
today, and yet' it offer a unique appliances and hot water heater Johns; vice president, Mrs. J OStcmhauser J.
June 1st 1919The ---- --- -- ----------- --- -- -- -- -
Water Pump Repairs design bonus, a 9-foot high ceil (ut front). Laundry water heater ; ; secretary. Mrs. E. -
-- and the kitchen, kink are installedbuck Lowery, and treasurer, Mrs M. O.
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4 -to-buck in order to nave movement to form an Amer. 1 ittman. The meeting was held at
I money on the plumbing work. lean the Woman Club REAL ESTATE
Legion post in Stuart began
GEORGENELSON the construction. of thllh.$7.O()() on June I, 1919, when C M On Aug. 16 1923, C. B. Clyma .. ,
tJ (plus lund) house Is K.inch.thick (Zuck) Blizard called to order a was elected post nfiTnc.t.o e I
EDHIGBEE I concrete blocks for all exterior meeting of about forty servicemenfrom Warner B t Newnham SCHOOLThis
walls, regular\ stud frame partitions / Stuart and vicinity.. The meeting and Karl Krueger were appointed
for all interiors, and the was held in the basement of trustees for the. purchaseof
FaintingInterior floor is terrazzo poured over a the Methodist Church with Bliz the lot for the po:t home on
a inch-thick slab ard: presiding A committee consisting Sept. 19, 1923.Ouhtanding school prepares you to take
Exterioi The exterior ii finished withinchthick of L. F. Geiger, E. ) among the many
ELECTRIC Dial AT 7.0949 *.- stucco, and all interiors Boynton and Blizard was M'I important events of Judge E J.
Licensed & InsuredYou'll are plastered Insulation bats ed to apply for a charter from Smith regime as commander was the state examination (for real estate -
are stapled between rafters and state commander Blizard was the formation on July 2, 1926 of a
J27 OSCFXM AT 7.0744 \ to the room tide of exter elected delegate to attend the Voiture No. 889 of Le Societe de

----. ---- ----- ------------ --- --- ._-- ------- -- -- -- ior walls, assuring the owner of state convention ut Jacksonville 40 Hommes and 8 Chevaux. The salesman. Next class starts
small healing and cooling bills. June 10 end II. The following meeting was held in Judge Smith's
The house has ample cross-venti- temporary officers were elected office with T. J. F. Kennedy pre.
Treasure the pleasure of I latlon. pending ihe receipt of the charter: siding and the following officers Monday, January 13. Price of the

Plans for retirement home No Post t commander, Dr. John A were elected: Chef de gare, Jim
790-14 were prepared by architect Sewnham; vice commander I I. Le. Stockley; chef de train J. A. Aig- is $$75 which includes all text
Jan Reiner, the author of f roy Ricou; pout adjutant, Blizard; lee; commissaire intendant et cor- course
a (oUoRLIHvILNKNGOutdoor) Florid, Homes (book is available post finance officer Geiger; ser respondente, Kennedy; conducteur,
at Val'i Book Shop or by mailing jeant-at-arms, F. W. Lov. Arthur L.Thornton; garden des pris- books. For more information call
$1 to IXXV( ) -Fitly-second Street In addition to the officers the onierres, James McBean, M. W.
North, St. Petersburg fla. 33710)). Allowing signed the charter Earl Davis and Charles McCrary, chemmots -
Lighting male terrace, patio and garden part of beaux, C. E. Pills, R. W.
your Basic specifications are written on J.I Ricou, John D. Baker. Bryant Hobe Sound 5465295.
your home after dark..givet you more living space and more hours the plans Mclndon, Jackson. H.. McDonald Hartman and A. 1.. Johnson.
of enjoyment. It ete the mood for fun and entertainment.. William C. Johnson C. F.
create dr matic contrast and beautiful eflocta in your garden. A loud eat about 10,000 insects Hancock and E. S. McCulley. Just fifty yean ago one leading .
Electric Pout Light at driveway or home entrance are especially during a summer During April and May, 192;, automotive engineer predicted that
desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome N J. Hickey was engaged in taking electric self starters were too costly .
your guest and discourage trespassers New models are available a census of the former servicemen and complicated to he successul .
with a "magic eye" that automatically turn light ON at dusk, BEER within the north end of Palm I.
OFF at dawn-whether you're home or away.I WINE, Beach County with the intentionof .
I Lights for outdoor living are Nil)' to Install surprisingly low reorganizing the )post and after.
a tit cost See the fins election1' at your favorite electrical con- a i conference between Mickey and Complete
tractor or lighting store. State t oinmundcr Jerome I E Wide-
LIQUORSFree man und Post Commander Neil Automotive
ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET "OUTDOOR LIGHTING" Watkins of Paint Beach Post May
25 was! tentatively I set as im assembly
Full of Ideu to help yea hi planningbr Repairs
mar tan, bMuty and wf ty. date.A .
Ice Cubes solicitation of the businessmen I

.,.k; a tltd)ft-flg.md. 'i ; t, DIALAT7 $HO of as the an city entertainment procured about fund Chason's Garage:

' ..Ir'4' etHAflH. TOO { and on May :25! Harold. Johns Post I Dial AT 7-2311
4w was i u c cell full I I y reorganized \
riotiDA rowm t mm COMPANY About twenty-five men enrolled ICIIVICB FOR lAVtTT
11,11.Ill' 'lOIf/O. 5v and in recognition of Mickey's efforts j 4IC-4II 10.,' ...*..t IU.l.yA
he was elected post com

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First PlanterOf Ir x+ .Lxs Historic Gomez Grant Abstract Is I' : "
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;t cd witnesses fifty cents a day \


Tropic TreesEd .:f: : "$ .t rt +Fe" T y 3 'a I A Record of Long Gone Centuries violated and Though no mileage Judge the girl Minor had Jones not been for- I I


HO'ifordho passed on at "K> bade publication of the ttstimonj'

ninety in West Palm Beach, was : The north of Island riel ilh that ot other Hindi And though Jensen shortly hclore
part Jupiter course Spin VMS deferred tor thisfurther nil
the original landscape artist! of Sew. \ .rf 'H most. of Port Salerno Gomez i ish colonies, and had run ot its Negroes off one
presents I prospect .
"period mil it was not until witness w,is Christopher ( olum.I
ails Point, and his love for '
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tropical .. md portions. of Hohe' Sound arc I' of almost lines*,mt In.'I.'nand I hi iilroud was built to Miami bus, a Negro
trees resulted in
beautifying included! the history warfare ilh I
dome
in : some one or that I 'III.'m.'nt ol the Fast. ('OIiStherilllI' There the cute vanished from
many gardens in Martin, ( ountv. Grant. the abstract of which truces I more of the Indian tribes," "
1 in' islibhshcd t 1lcl: the newnpi;ers hut ( urt i R
Stuart long claimed Ed Hos this areas history hack\ to the I The historical abstract, goes on Barnes, clerk ot the Brevar
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ford as one of Us own, and mum srt earliest JivsNt to sty that in 1761. Hi which time cuit c.11rt. produced II curd
beautiful trees that grow here I > one in modern times re there were but MH) inhabitants in Murder in 1894 I I1f Dec 21.> I IH M. she
were planted by him. He was horn I members h.lt signal service was Florid besides the soldiers, the' a jury icquilied. H,irilce
11 t Bristol, Liberty County in "rendered! to the Spanish govern English: / took possession and heldit fall term
Ifi70 He moved to West. Palm 1781 He In Tines'Field
I mint back US years ago by Don until bnglish were it ---
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Beach In August, 1891 and was! n Eusebio' M Gomez ti> cause the peace with the Imdins! throughout ) onr
there when Henry M F'laglcr made 1 da I Spanish Governor pro tern, Jinn< the whole peri'd. :
his first trip down and bought I 'lose de Estrada at St. Augustine! In 1781 England relinquished Stayed Unsolved
the sites! for his future hotels. Mr. First National :
to grant him 12,1 ISO acres of land Florida to Spun without reserving. / -
Hosford worked for Flaglcr 0 n ",situate on the shores of Jupiter any right for its colonists, anti the sill w mil butts of Carrie
the gardening staff of the old I Island and St lucie River." these were compelled to evacuate Kaiser. ,i din,III m i girl who had Bank :

Royal Poinciana Hotel and was The grant was nude\ on July I with all their portable goods;. the Ken slihhi I ,:ml heden Ui death
there until 1909 when Harley N.I 16: :181 I I found '
reoccupation by Spun proved a in It pineapple 11.1.1. was ul
Baruch (brother of Bernard Ba- I''OR lIGirr YEARS St Lucie River Yacht Cluh the downtown Stuart Speaks
riverfront in
on was a center When the United Stiles took blight over the sparsely( settled Jensen' in M.II I IK'MS .
ruch) hired him as caretaker of for dances and! sociul affairs Built in 1918, at the head of a dock out in the river north of here Stuart over possession' of Florida i, Gomez country, and the nejish moved i I' week I later MonteHus. ('

a on winter the t then homcsite almost he inaccessible Youth Center stands today, it furnished a berth for visiting yachts and headquarter for the owners, filed a petition with :the SoperiurCourt away us the Spaniards. hail done Ilirdie, U young white man, was And I would like to talk to you

roaches of Sewalls Point The only passengers and crews The downstairs was equipped with a kitchen and rest rooms and provided a tor the District of l fast hclore arrested. I"hi re "being' no justice briefly about our Trust Depart

neighbors were Boise Pcnrose, spacious reception room with many recreational facilities The second floor, flooded by bree/es from Florida on May 21, IS29, !seekingto I Time passed on, and after the ot the j peace in the Jensen are, the ment and how it can serve

Kearney Rodgers, Henry W. Savage four directions. was the most popular place in this section for social gathering: and dancing: .Its membership confirm his title F'njjish!! evaluation there was no preliminary hearing was held atlitusville . like
lurihir coloni/ilion you Perhaps
at by you
It affirmed in I 1821 the attempt with lifts, wit
was by -seven
was exclusive Records of the first business
Jan
Captain II R called
Hugh Willoughby meeting 191 by Commodore Stan
the Spaniard I hey were busy repelling mmv others do not reali/e
; Ironi Jensen
Superior Court, challenged and nesses all ol whom
and Henry his Sewall father-in-law, 1. Oliver, old Dunlup Captain, ley Kitchmg, listed! as present: Shipmates rage. Suiter, Ruff, B e '*y, Cleveland, Spiers" Player, Gla ', affirmed again by the U. S, Supreme border and pints attacks.aceordmg ml a i rough dad trans the state >I how many different ways I can
Christensen McDonald
and Dawson :
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Andrews (Frank't father), and one Court In 1834. to this record and meeting tin.. recent Icgishture. ; having.. limit: I he helpful while. you are here "in
raids Iron the American col -- -
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or two other hardy souls The voluminous Gomez abstractof the I kind of IheJivinll" Or how
talo j is in itselt' onus. being almost constantly at
,
a history us | .
rd Hosford and his wife settled The Railroad) Carne to the Rescue 'note the following excerpts: tacked on ull sides, "1 he eontemorinious GA STOItACU* comforting. .mv friendly it efficient
down for thirty-seven years at Bay ,. J .J .. I Tloridi dates itt settlement by > records. disclose (hit the I person service can
Tree lodge and turned it into a rupopcans from 1564, when a country about the (dome grin) WARFIIOtASKStoiatfc ; be to Ihe loved ones who remain
tropical parade with thousands of : trench I colony was established near was unsettles!Im 18.11, and certainly lifter von are culled away

beautiful plants, no that Baruchi White City Founded by Danes I the mouth of the St. John River. I)' remained so until alter the Vm by the to !hitter things And let
place became the most! famous on This colony was shortly/ destroyed note war After (the Seminole us face it Lila comes to an

the Point. After the owner died, by the Spanish. and thereafter, until war it was hut u few years until () tyVcck end eventually 'It is! universal
Bay Tree Lodge was sold to Robert 176), Florida was almost exclusively the War lleiwien the Slates, and But >'OU can plan ahead! .

Check for whose winter, and Ed home Hos itwas Who Were Bilked by Promoter a Spanish province In ID settlements ol uny importance Month Year (ImllV it he tar ahead) for the
many yean between toil fierce and the .
1763 Spurn ceded Florida to Cng present
comfort welfare and
ford there,
staved right continuing '
land, and practically all Spaniards site of Minmi came into exist I'SII: KRMIIKI &
to its I I : pcaco of mind of your loved ones
develop lovely
landscaping that .
encc in period Following APPIIVNCFS:
withdrew to Spain, Cuba and other
The Willard M, Editors note: Wesley Stout, of Stuart and five miles below Fort The
Kiplingen own it following: WAS printed as .
KM I the reconstruction
came
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Pierce is 1 Spanish colonies. In 1783 Fng perittl I Alt, ( CUIWNl. I AM 111r: TRUST DEPARTMFNT -
who the Beachcomber to
column drive
runs easy miss as
you news by the Tunes-Union that and transferred Cast Florida 1, ano the iterud prosperity of
now.But :
there came a time when Mr. in the Fort Lauderdale U. S. I, though it intersects the again --- April: "Colonel P O Meyer a to Spain, whose territory it remain
Hosford felt he ought to retire, town (tank of Stuart' I I'm here In
News and is a Florida histori.eulliuthority ed until finally ceded to the United
man of wealth and influence anJ,
He went around saying There serve us an individual a
goodbyeto was consternation there : you
of note, contributes St..leIn I 1819. WE I IB
all his friends, and to each June I withtl: of far-scung business acumen . .
one this interesting background on in 1894, when the Scandinavian During all the Spanish i. i trustee an executor or even
is occup
laying out new town on
in farewell he gave a palm tree, a the founding of White City at colonists t largely Danes, a bluff on the St. Lucie.a 1 he no- tins the territory was harassed by u corporation I'll collect in-

cycad or tome other beautiful the headwaters of the North discovered that Colonel P O, tice went on to say that he envisaged :Indians, (Doubtless it was at thin l conic for you purchase and
plant. Fork of the St Lucie: er, the promoter, had fled Mey.j the town as the Tampa of time 1 that husehio M, Corner rend- Mom Hell your securities on :your
their down payments leaving ered hn signal service to the written instructions, of .
The government has operated at By WESLEY STOUT Louis Pio the East Coast t, the first building govrnmcnt ':" course
a deficit in twenty.six of the last Flaglers immigratonagent had been erected i in February; by saving a settlement And I I'll attend lo such details as
thirty-three years. White City, fifteen miles north holding the bag, there now were twenty-fiv structures from massacre, or sonic other act stock dividends and exchanges .
White City was named for the and 500 people In which a warning prevented disaster I also like lo arrange for the edu,
I 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair and The alternately '
The notice seems to have been ) Spanish were .- Ware now In our new State ".. alion ot your children and
was horn there. A and with the various "
Copenhagen at war
reporter peace
"REVIEWS'Etery written the of wealth and Farm oltlc whir wt eon
man
300,000 by lo advise you regarding the problems
visiting the exposition for tribes, but for the most part
his influence himself, 018 reader for better serve you with the I of retirement, or perhaps
paper, became obsessed with he history of Florida runs a para4 I
-- month, Hindi & Company issues ftaReview. oranges and their culture charge the display ad which followed: best In auto,life, and lire In- (he cure\ "I l a rcl,itiveI1 .
Hurrah for the Scandinavian ,We Invite to call
of the su urine you
Florida exhibit Ixuiis
which business and ft* was Grand Barbecue and Picnic \ AM 1 HP. TRUST .
analyze Pio, who welcomed the reporters Colony Professional or drop In anytime tor Inter- .. I DfPART.I J
=== uncial conditMm and judges the merits oft plan to found a Danish colony in I May 1-23 at White City, Bre- -, motion, tcrvlc, or f Just ta I MEN r of vmir First National Bunk
yard County Excursion rates on Hearing Aid ServiceJAY ot Stuart And I'll het never
specific stocks. By the end of be year MOW the citrus belt I the railroad I say "hellD"1 you

300,000 copies will oat to large investors Making sure that they were Within weeks, the of 1 A. BYRNE, renli/ed' how versatile I really amhere's
go six man 1 even more than
settled in
you
B Flagler territory, Pio, ROBERT M. JOHNSON
Aid
maD investors, businessmen institutions, two months after the fair ended, far seeing: business acumen bat Certified Hewing huve rend above and our Trust

Hirsch customers and DOII Park IMa/u
? funds and never was Shopping
w2 at the head of the St Lucie's North company in Hearing will he happy I lo meet you and
F4lz" anyone ever baa to do to get a copy is ask heard of again. It was said that he Specialists Quality
: Fork. The colonist would arrive (Fuse t of Kuiik of Stiiiirl)
Batteries Ear Molds and discuss problem might
ta. a' had hid in the baggage\ car until Aids, uny you
: for ILPkaissadaeyour as soon as Fluglers rails reached Makes, S IUA It I'I' 7.1625 have in a friendly informal
......____.. __...........__________._ I Ir Fort Pierce, the train passed Fort PierceVorse Repair of All {1.11 ,.AM ,
was to follow, way and without any obligation
107 Atlantic An" It. Pierce
INSURANCE
latest"Review I Some) time early in 1894, Colonel STATE FARM
r Meyer, a California land boomer, The corning: winter was that of (Opposite St.lucle Bank) COMPANIES, whatsoever
Namn 'SN' declared himself in. The colonel the great freeze, which all/ but HOward 1-3035 su.sm, Horn*Off/ c.,. Bloomlngton Illinois ...I ("iii:(>'t right.nk Ml IM4br UHortllnlrt
wiped! out Florida agriculture,; Feeling Arv.riwn.nft,:
t. being an old hand at town promotion .. .
a moral responsibility, Henry ----- ----- -- -- --- --'-- --- ----
Address. CCft,_ State- and temporarily at leisure Flugler ordered a commissary opened
..... .... .. due to the collapse of the
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-------.-...-.-----.- ----- -- --- first Los at White City and $30 a month
Angeles boom, Pio
HIRSCH & CO. to have been happy to have his seem aid credit not fled granted He! such continued settlers this ashad for First Time Ever Offered In Martin County. .

........ N... T/wt Slock tiding"* ...,.*,,*fwfenfM two years until his debtors owed
him as much as $2,000; and in
loa South Second Stretr Fort Plerc MARTIN the end seems to have forgiventhe

RESIDENTS OF STUART CALL TOLL-FREEi COUNTY pay principal the interest and by allowed work on them the to Our Economy 9 x 17 CABANA

ATLANTIC 7.4100 MUSEUM roads
Poor Louis Pio died a month

MAIN OFFICE 25 Broad Strut. Now York 4. NT. COMMISSIONChairman after Meyers takeoff of shock
compounded with typhoid A mem-
: her of prominent Danish family, Under Your
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Listen to daily market news and averages
J\fJ'lll. II. L. Hllloiichny Jr. ho hud been exiled in 1872 as! 8 ONLY $395
5:30-Station V IRA-1440 on your dial
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4th Tuesday, 7i30 PAt. revolutionary.Buck Awning)
Iaa.s.a .Naas W s.. tl.. as.d hit oar LoN.... Martin, Vero pioneer, .
s..1. r.a 801M asu.dr.. hs.us Akss COUR111OUSEThere wrote this free verse; which he

used to sing I : to a Stephen Foster I Excellent Local Financing
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"Way down on Indian River-
t No more I'm going: to roam-For
the darkies all say-They're glad 3M t

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w TTIT STUART (rT.> NTW* ThnnJaT, January 9. 1964 Historical News Story Told Birth Industry

of ChurchesDIALA.PRAYER
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_ Organizations

Directory LUTHERAN CHURCH OP ST ANDREW
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CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS VI. C Boerd el Zoning AdjeetmentChairman II W. C Prime 81FE Villa, I'ASTOH Blvd. Port St. Lucia Local 'Flowers Under Light' Industry

Alcoholic Fred
Anonyraou. RhoedeeH
tSlt School .
: a m Sunday
,,,, '- Thnr. T 10 Cennkenie '
.1. ".0 P. ... J. B. Community Cburc n m I OtlO a.m, Womhip fltrvlce/

A........ Kadle Emergency CerpeC Martin County Mae,... Cemmui.lo.
H. METH MISSIONIMmetIr
S SOUTHERN
"01".I,natorOeorge Boion Ch>lrnian,-Mr.. John W. Hlohn4lh Houa Sound Civic Canter)
Ir4 Tbnn. t p.mAalmal luee.. 7 :80 pm. CourthouwSchool KKV CHAKLKH In BKNttETT, Factor i Heart of Florida's Mums ProductionNew

R...... League ... Co Z.elag uod Pt.nnlng Comsdeul..s lull p.m. Sung karvlre
rieildentr Mr.. &'1'1' J 1tI.... Oh.'rm.-.Jom.' Gunglusu AT 7-2512 too p.m. Kvenlng Worfhlp
HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC; -
Prole..lonal. Wo....... Club 0 Rlnrlradtnd ASSEMBLY OF COD-.. City XAVIER PENKCUMaaaM : ways of making 01 one y II a bat from Hitler's roost To on the Eastern !seaboard plantings to be shielded to eliminate objectionable .
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Mon. 7 ,10 pm, Courtboua II
Preildent Lida M.nnlngert 7:45 FIrst l Fr't I from the land have constantly( add.< comply with dim-out under artificial will I "
blue Sunday grrloul -Bundayld urn regulation : daylight have. lumc',
d-4ih Tue. night.. First N. 'L BanCMeanut .. Town at .S.wall. PointMupur4. II :UO am a.m Moraine Wonhlp7ilO >y. S. p m Cor r n before; Macs., ed 10 Martin: County's economic ____ __. __ ____ u___ __ _- -. --- -- --- -- -
Park-North RI.., Saere Merquelln 1 hll'. Bible
Study Prayer
Ind Wed,1pm. Town Rail pm ST. MARY'S t.ISCOPAI.-tIl Oeaa picture in its long history of corn:
Property Owaere A.aoclatlen -. - - 5,10: pm: :: Sunday.\ Youth Service7tllOpm 8uluard.Sluort climate
PunM.it-.C. M. RohrabaughMaetlnga : Bvangell.tK Service hmmg and agriculture
Ind Wedneidaya at kernel POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS The RKV; W. H ROWE Rector RIGHT ON THE MILE-WIDE INDIAN RIVER

Democratic ClubPrrelduotRubert P'IRST BA'TIST-300 S. Ah.on A.._ One of the newest-and most .
Coral Cereenl Clvle Ae.oelatloPrejUent lull Ill5, II em. (S."t." to Jose' I
CHAPLAIN OIlN ... IIUIIIION, successful
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--Kdmund P..Ioiii F. McRobert Jr.uteetu lull. 10 l..I1" to lept.i -is represented by those
Interim busterSunday : '
...n., I p.m. M.a Agricultural. Bid.. on eall EneJriet Thunday sos blazing acres of lights which ring Brand new "home-size" two bedroom apartments. F lot trie kitch
Republican Club .1 Mirtm County SuDS a.m. Holy I
Preeboldwi A.eeclatlon .i48 an Hulld., School Balnta bars and aa announced the town of Smart and are now -.. !:t"l..
Preiln>nfcJnme.. n. W..... POe Tile bulb with full sl/e tub and shower Large dining area .
Prs.ldeib-C.ulogI O. V.. Sottoa Republlcen Women. Club ol Martin Cs.Prand.niMrs. IllOO ..... Morning Wonhlp, extending to other areas.
Ueet. on call 4:10: pm Training Union EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED '
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Qaran Club. of Stuart lu.... Sum. ..Ji.hn rlrat W.Nallunal Bua.eyIrd Bank 7 >4i p.m. E>.nlng Wor.hlp SACRAMENT Chkk St. lr.duu.tow.. They represent! the growing of and full size living room plus private patio or balcony. Interior .

Prealdent. Mra. John W. Ru.aey W.duta..l.ytI REV W. THOMAS\ LUDCKBI chryanthcmums and by decorator furnished. Double bed In one bedroom twin beds In '
- - - : p.... MI4.wo.a' Prayer Pestles 10 a.m ChoreS School pompons t#.. e. o ': 11 I
lad Man. 1JO Woman Clue .
pm." RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 7iOO p.... Holy Eucharist the use of artificial lights/ and .
the other and convertible sofa In the
a living room. Individuallycontrolled ; "
Klbl.cu. Park. don A.teelatloe Girl. Friendly SocUtyLeader PALM CITY: BAPTIST-elk el McCerdHiNHY CHRIST MEMORIAL-Jupiter Ulead black shade cloths to create long. ;r I

'...ld."O'o... MacDonald TATUM Pa.Uir Nov to April air conditioning and heating Comnctent maids for .... _
Mr Jack Whltlcar Winter ulp !
leaton
( shorter .
er or days and force the
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lit Hon. 7 ilO p.m., Flrat National Sink Krl. I Bt Churok" suit i. lion d., School I IJoy
".I..to.. CI... Club pm. Mitry IllOO, *.. Morning Wo.hl, CHURCH OF COD-Indlanlowe flowers into bloom regardless of thorough cleaning and linen supply service Automatic G.E. washers and dryer for your use! i n- U
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GuildPreildnnV I 10 Union
St. Jowpk p m Training HH.V! tARt J UANttUY
rrealdent-Qrady Bmltktk Mr.. Henry B. Spencer 7i4J p.... fcvenlne Wonhlp 10 :00 a.m. Bunday tlrhoalI1 the season: | a day a week, or slay all year at fleet's Inn.

< Mon. I pm.Jenaeai lit Mon., I p m., BohoolSt. Silo p... Wedneiday. Midweek Pray. lull era Morning Worahlp Two-thirds of the 'mums which Note large she rooms on floor plan. You can com e by boat loo. We're west of buoy number 299 u
5 NestIng 7 II) tvcnllg' Wor.hlp7ilOpn
Beeck Careen ClubP.sld.nt.Mrs. Ji 0 M,h Holy N_. Society pm: : Wad Young People Florida ships to the north, are murbie service and 60 boat few
I Calvin WllberIrd ..... .. -h. knomarloThur. FIRST BAPTIST-Pert Salera* on the IntraeoaMal Waterway. Complete over slips only a step away
in Martin
Wed. I p.m., J. B Woman Club ... boturs 'od tiu.. S p..... School O. :. TAYLOR Tailor CndMvor produced County and Water 8 feet deep and accommodations for craft to 60 feet.
Jean Beach W_.'. AsisdotIss lull: a.m. Sund.y School CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD- the industry, it is estimated has
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I. -'rd Mon. SB toT Clubbou.su.lor SCOUTING JlUp.oi. DIC btKV ELMER L. ALLEN r :; ;
Boy "'aut. of A....... 7 :III p.m. livening Wenblp' 7 :10 am. Holy Communion year-and i is growing every year. ,::Cede SIt
) Woman- Club gcoutm. ter-Earl UelpWeil lull B.m. Weilneiday Prayer meet S ao a,m. arlub Kuchnrlit.: Sermon It all began back in 1942 when .. '
...... .._Mr.. Frank Rum .. 7 ilO p m.. Stuart Am. Legion Bell I.... Choir praotle follow and Sundiy B.hI.l 'ut'I'I t j l : :"', ;to I Id4 It
lad II...... I P.m., Woman Club 11 ,lit ..m. Morning. Prayer. First Bun the Stuart News reported: "
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SM Eaplorora, ".n... Bomb, Ship 420tkluperljsorg. RIO BAPTIST .1 :
? Aedubon SecUty Beard 0100000Wed. day of the month Holy ComtuosJENSEN "The ingenuity of a Springfield 'J'T
r.r01.t:; ;: : KBV JACK FERNANDEZ Ion plain
pm, Judge Clonla' otlloe OtIS p...., Anchor.!* Marina' Pull ..m. Sunday SrhoulIliOuant Ohio commercial: florist 1 may revolutionize :

M C. Aieocletlen ler Mental Healtk - - - Morning Wor.hlp' BEACH COMMUNITY South Florida* winter :jL..I".I:; : -""'" : ..
:10< ... Training UrIne Skyline Drive .1 euaen Brach ..I. .. .L .1'1
,_ .._Rev. Donald Brhtoeder SERVILE CLUBS ; : p. : : :W "
lid Thnra, soon, The Reef >4I p.n. Kvrnlnc Wonhlp' llrV; NEWTON M. TWKbDYId ; flower industry f.
Clvltan Club .1 BluettPmldent .. Bo".., ..VhoolI
Irfi pm. W.d" Prayer Meeting a m "The Fred
His
Cancer Society man is Liberty
C Amerteen
M. Ckapter, -Aaron II u.ton :80 and 11 a.m Morning Wor.hlp :
Chulrmus-.J. D. Cray W...., 7ilO pm, Ship Lantern.Indlantowej TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy. PS ">*0pm. Youth r'.llo... specialty is asters, and the method ./,lAut' APARTMENT..h*: >* "MOTtL
LkWlS. STANL1U Pe.tor 5:10, ... Wcdntalay Youth Choir /
Aunllbwy p.
Marti Memerlal Heapllat which he has
adopted to bring
Klw.nl. Club .i40 ..... Hunduy School
Curt Otto 1 :10 p.m. Wcdiw.d.y, Renter thirlr;
Mra
Pre.lren lit Men, FIrst" .National.. Bank p..ldont-.l.cI& Robln.on IllOO, .,m Mornln WonhlpI PultO, p.m. Thunilay. Midweek Semis the blooms into production at the ,SEWALU'S" POINT !PO. RTE.'At'A JENSEN. BEACH; F QRJOALSO
W.d, lilt p.m., Bemliiol, ... 49 p m. Training VnlonI I of the mid
Martin County Betarded CltUd...'* Aaa. :(10 p m Evening WonblpSiCOpm JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-B.ltt Row peak -winter flower sea
Pmrld.nt-bs Bwlgert l.n... Bomb Lion. Club I : : : Wed Midweek; PrayerDUNKLIIM loodump.m.. Wat htower BtudyMoti.Uv son is simply the hooking-up of

let Tuea., 70 p m, pioneer Cl...room p..ld."t-J.m. D... ...'. .. --7till pm 1111)1.. Study I artificial with Florida's
MEM L BAPHST- light winter
l.t-lrd Wed, 7 ill p m, Seymour' Thunday-7 ilO. Hlnl.... School I:10
Narienal Sacretariea AueclatleeiPrwlrl.nt HKV: MICKKY; ICVANS10tOO Barvlce Meeting' sunlight
Juilter-Hnke Sound Klw.nl. Club .... SrhoolIItOO
Mr.. Virginia VeealejIU Sunday ,
Tbura-.. FI..., National Hank Preeldent-.Warren BaymondMon. a... Morning, Wonhlp." REDEEMER LUTHERAN!: Oe... BUHfcV .. 'Liberty was engaged for eight.
., 7 p...., Jupiter Lite Marina (ill p.m. Training Union DONALD K. 8CHROEDFH!: een in the greenhouse businccv I
Palm City Garden ClubPr.sbd.nt.Ilr. 7:80 p.m. Worship Service7IlO Pull: a.m Hund.r School Bible Stud, years
.. Suaan NyfelerInd Rotary Club .1 SleetI're.Id.ntDr. p,,. Wed., Midweek Service 10110 .,... Wonblp Sistine. at Springfield, producing cut 'tllS *
Tnure.. Pull ....., Clvla Center );. Btanton Maiey !
I W.d, nail p....., Manatee Yacht Club. ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC.. loth St. CHRIST THE KINO LUTHERAN.TlIH flowers I for the wholesale market
Palm. City Clvle Org.nltaUoa RKV. JAN JANUb KWUKI. Adm ", large producers of gladioli I in I
Preelden_Dr. Goc>I''.. H. Boat Stuart Kiwanis. ClubPreeld.ntThomu. 11.._ Sunday i 7, 8 and 11 ...... K PJOHNHON. P.ator :
bud Tuee. Clvle Center H Thnrlow Work dupes. lull ...... ':it)0 a.m. hurst School Florida made serious inroads on
CI.... Thur.., ISilt p.m., Town Hou* OonfMi.leoal Satnrday* sod nu..'.,. p:00 ..m. Pact',,.'. Clue that market. So liberty came: to
01... Cerelen A..epUtleej
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OHIO Morning Worahlp
Prssitint-Ibv. I. W. Muss,. Stuart HI Stepper* Iqu... Dane Club before flnt rlday of month. I ill to Florida established
"om.. Pr..ld.nt-Gllb.i-t. lloune Put and 7JO to till p..... FIRST METHODIST-ISO. Colored AnR himself s t
lit Mon.. I .18.,
Thun.. I p.m. Youth tmter IT. CHRISTOPHER'S CATHOLIC-: > V. WALTKH:: D JK8HUPt4S I Port M.iyaca on the route of the A T THE STUART CHAMBER &g COMMERCE
Poet ....... Rbol.. Assootutlus .
__I ..'-W.I.... BenSon HeSs SoundMM .. a.m. Morning Wonblo I South Florida ( anal, and went in
Stuart Lien Club at lOutS ..... Blindly 10 ,00 a m. Church School
Clots for
let Thure.. I p m Center II 00 am. Morning Warship' gladioli culture on a large
Ird 'nu... I p.... Supper Booial' 0.C.P.50 Pnetdent-Wed-Al. Burnertod.tth 7pm, Tow Houa. PIPIT CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN. ego p.... Youth Fellow.hlpe !scale. lie found that thousands of
1ST 724 Loot Ocaan Buui.vurdilt )
I
Salerae. Civil Defenierirehouie. One wor.hlp aervlee at 10 a.m. luring
others had. the
Ind Tue.dar 1 .uSS p.... Stuart Soropllmlit Club *m. Sunday HrhoolI July I and Auguat. Bulday achool I a m.1: same idea-and
Pneldent tdne; Wolf I iIO( a-ra. Morning Wonhlp then light dawned.
a
Die Clvla Club ..10.... T........ noon Sunrie Ins 1100: rm: : Wad: Teellmonlal. Maatlng TRINITY METHODIST_ Bomb wraa PAGE
PrenldMib-Jech. Bhomer BeatIng Room. ill Flaglar/ A... Uour.i REV. NEIL: (.UNHALUB 'It was Thomas A. Edison'tfauiiiliar 100

let Thur.., Clubhouee Stuart Juyn.o.Pr.oldrntDlek. M".. through .'rI.. 10 emI p...., 1 tOO ..18. Sunday Brhool ma/da bulb Somewhere
PrpnrTs.u. Saturday., 10 e.rn..I.ilO, p.m. '10 ..... Wonhlp BrrvlceIlltO I vsr
Stuart Woman' Club ., 7 itO p.m., link Pony pm Evo.',," Worihlp, lit an.Irl Liberty had read (hat chickens laid u
Free._Mr.. Cornellu R. Tenrlerveerrd CHURCH OF CHRIST_ S Palm Bcb. Re. Bond.,.
- - - more eggs if encouraged by artificial
| Wed, lilt p m, Club BuUJlngTenekule HULK UOHBHI) ; Mml.l.r j
VETERANS ORUANIZATIONS Sunday OSCEOLA STREET METHODIST, SURbV. light. Why not try the same RESORT AND

Garde* Group A......... Leglen, JenM Beeik. toOO .,... Bthla StuiplltOO U. II. KNIGHT ill thing with flowers? And better .
Chairman-Mr.. Kjbert" J. Keete Lommand.r-ClUton Uowarlaind a.... Werahlp and Commimloa Pull am, Sunday UchnolliOO :

lit Wed, .lbS. ...... nomoi._ -4th Mon, I p... Legion Ball ,10, ,,.. ltnsnng, Wo..hlp, I a... Moralug.. Worship still why not try it with a flower
Woman MI.'o.
Wrdunodsy Soolety meete ftrei
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE American Legion Stuart TiBO p..... Mlilwatk. Blbla Study Wed of each month at I >4I pern, which sold lit premium prices in FISHING GUIDE
Hoke Seundrre C.mm.n..r--Juh" L. Taylor Thundayt mid-winter; .
.' .. --D'. William My.r IIId and (Ui Frt. I p,..., LeglM Ball THE CHURCH OF OOD-Flaglar. St. T 41 p.m. Prayer BerrlreI The Ohio u
Cent KhV. U1LLIK MoALPIN :10 Board of 8.... man investigated tsnss
Ird Tuea., I pm., Community ** p.m. (CI.* -
American Legion, tndl.ntownCommander .0 ,,0' e.m. Kunday Brhool 1bur' each month) something like KM) locations before .
and how
... BuntS Areal'r..luhuntFrsnk Where to fish to
.5. --Jim H"by 11 >00 a.m. Mu.rrtl..g Wonhlp
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Konberg 4th Bat. I p.m.Amerlcaj. lull, p.m. bvanlng Wonhlp. SOUTHERN METHODIST-11. ....... he found what he wanted at P the big one*. Whereto

(led Pert Mon Salerno, dlreototi, I p m. Legion Aualllary, Jonee Beael. 7ioll, p.m. Wad, Y.P.E. Service thy. I). H. Wonhlp KNIGHT 8.rvlce JR.Item. ihe Bickus Plantation, near Stuart get slay In Martin

Pre.ldenfc B. D. Rod.nhaugk Prooldent.-II. fcmm McC/ue BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL- 10:45: .m. Bunday ScioolI -also on the route of the waterway

Ind Thur., S pm., Klr.hou.e" ;nd-4th Mon., I p... Palm City :ID p.m. limorth League His necessities' were a special d15 County. Get your
REV LAWRIK: I. SHARP PuSS ... fvanlng B.rvlce
American Legion Bluer p. wnd
Aualllary, and
"Pt..,, sudS a.m Sunder School Wadn.adaytI lyre of soil properly drained. reasonably copy
i'r.a llnutMCi. Clara Muy T'lmallnd4th
p..ld.nt-II. R. (IRonn,1) Neloon Mon, I P...., .Leilon Hall 11 too( a.m. Morning. Worship 00 p,m. Laillaa Mta.fon.ry ...... near a I shipping point and some to your
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Iud ftiura I a. lGlOG u.m. kg B p. Wedueeduy. Wemaas' Ind and 4tk7IlO
Retail Merchenta Dlvlalen. Martin County 'Barrack.. W.W.I Veturseet'nmoand.r'Juhs llow.hip p..... Prayer Meeting' with ample electricity available friends

Bameoktb U Luoa.l.tlrd "Liberty I set his seed beds Oct.
Ch.Im.n-Phllip PEOPLES CONGREGATIONAL-JupllefMKV FIRST METHOPUT-'iBdmnten
Tbure. StoatS Chamber. Bulldlag rrl. J. B. Community Center MAYNAKU A. H1LLMiO RkV. IRUHRK H. UUKMILK I I. Shortly thereafter he installed
"" "" "" "" "" Martin Ceunty ......e.. Aualllary EaiJr Wonhlp :4t a.... Bundar BrhoolII !
"CONSERVATION" I '... _Mre. Jlelen T. S ergn.usI 10.00.: :::::: Church SchoolIllOO lOO a m. M.irnlng WonhID j electric/ lights over the !seedlings,

Au...... Society I lit.Ird m, I P m., Old C.'.. Church. .... Morning Wanhlp, Nonaryduring lillll,, p.... MYr englhenmg, the "tliiylight" period Y..s. -
boUt aarvlnaaID 7 III) p.m. Kv.nlng Wereklp7t09
Bog IllrdIln..p.rnlufrsi
.Prold.nB-Kuts Moore NaUuoal ilaankbaafc I VFW Spears ,, ".m. Youth Vaapar ServileALL p.m. Thor.d.,. Junior Choir7l4J by several hours Transferring the
C.mm..n..uhn. M MurrayInd p.m. Thuradny. Senior ChoirFIRST seedlings to the open fields he Installed -
Walum Leegue .4th Thur... Golden Pluto Building SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-J. iaa. .... t.
Preeldent- Cbarnji Kindred BaV. NORMAN B. tOASTKB PRE8BYTERMN 55,. Shorei 500 25-watt light bulbs over
lit 1'rI.' I ,m.. Courthoue VFW. Indlantewejrontmander Sunday 15EV. MALOIM A. HAKKItl Pa tur the plunl'l-lIntl the didn't
sun seton
-Joe.ph W Preiton 7iBO. .... Holy Communion KbV.. A. SYDNEY LOWK1L, AuletawDrUO
.Junler......., 7ilO Ceneervatloa, p....., Btuart Club Youth" Center ...-.... Bat, ,'0 p.ra. Poet HomV..w. ) till) am. Family Communion and ( am. Morning Worahlp000am Liberty's three acres until! he ,
Church School Bunday Church Hchool turned switch As the It
Aualllary, Stuart a days grew
: hub .. .Morning 1' 1 Barmon
Stuart Sallfl.k Club m reran 11:00 am. Morning Wonhlp'
ommanil.r-Mre. Melvlnn Weed liu"d.. 1101, Cuoumualna, shorter his daylight longer .
.'.. ". K. B. Bradley lult.bw grew
.Ulrd Wed, Oold.n Cats BuildingMISCELLANEOUS
.... PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY-
I.t V>,d, I pm, general meeting I D." -and his asters were still grow. !
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lobe
Bound
Ird W id., I p.m; .. director., let Mail. Bk Tuood.am.. Hoi, Communion .
tvery Tee ,, pm, Wltham WIeld Thur.cl.y-10 a.m Holy Communion PlAcID B. HAOER Fe '.r ing under the influence of arti.
.. .: .!. !., CI..II Air Petrel (Klr.t Thur.il.y; Mealing: lambs Pull a.m. Sunday. Brnool ficuil light hour after ordinary
Commaadsp.Mal.rCLLounbCummities Friday S 5.01. Holy Communion 11 too a... WorshIp Harvlr.
ftREMENS ORGANIZATIONS a:80 Youth Fcllowahlp7rtfl plants hud to bed.
p.m. gone
I...... Beach '1.......'. AuallUryPreeldent el InChulrnusnll.urr Unity ChurnS 704 S.. Filth, Pert Pierce. p..... Wed: Adult Youth Choir. "Cracker farmers he
thought
I I 'lull a.m Church Sund.y
wUlekoIrd
Al O KindrediMutlve '
Monday-Mie I pm .. Dt..olor-/"h. C. DabsayIll Pub ...... bervlce. Wedneeda I Barb IND.' lorce RIV UNITARIAN HocuS. FELLOWSHIP. was cra/y Itas costing him I Current list of rentals available
lommunlty tenter
Jenen Death. Volunur VIm DepartmentTuee W. Ocean lilvd. AT 7-4.Jl I.KOAI. .tOr.ltTlucltu.llb'r' : Its Sesny" Drive, tort flurca. Hvaoh somewhere in the neighborhood of

.. I pm. y"'.bou.. Lady Celtere A..lallna K.llow.hlp Korvlre, 7 l,80 p.m. Hunday" : $1,000 I ( )() per acre just for electricity
....... Flnmen' Au.IU.ryPreeldenb tellow.hlp BohooL 10 .
rut too.Id.IIIr.ldn. irtna P" Dan .m. BundayPENTECOSTAL Where and what do
Mary CatannaIrd TU.I, I 10 ....., M. C. GobS Ow,.Club. TIIH/! (InlEt If IOIHP Of TIIIOM .IIILIo-I"dlan" But iherty had faith in his process to go to
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Tbun,, 7 eS p.m. Klrehoua ] > rn jiiMOii.I t H\'llh'\ CURTIS BKINNEH ....... He found that the Universityof
Lively Arts Club A % I) Foil MARTIn %,
Port ....... Valunteer Fir. Pepeitmint Pr..ldent, Mra. L, Aahky ArWgaat. rl.OHIHV. lotto ..... Sunday" School Ohio had been conducting
research
Prusldnnt-RObsst John.** Sri ITrl,-I mo P..., aome* llUMfltY: >.. bIlks: TilO p..... Sunday bvaugallttle ........ on Ihe subject for the Locate your friends in Martin County
Toes, WlrubouanFRATERNAL 7 .IlO p.m. Wadneaday Bible. Btudy past
!.:.Ioo d. _ HAROLD J. MlLiLI; )
Martin Fair' AaeecktleD
Caunly fUlll tiff four years, and Iheir findings were
OHOANIZATIONS ... ..-J. W. Hut... 'VI.I'OLLY. '
Acacia Chapter. Order el D.M.l.IMast.r Blpoelnd : ': let 110... I tIP p.m, Agrloultaral Bldg. IIIILLEII'ttmfrnulnnt I BRIDGE WAS MAINlliCLJS.SION invaluable"He to him. desirable List of clubs, organizations, churches, schools, hospitals, etc.
CounsIlu'r-Cluarlin commercially
Marti Ceunty Golf and Country Club | : I POINISO : I produced
.... .... Tempi
.tk lion. 7alO p M. Kd Ulgbee KOTKU OK" It l h".tK'M: StIR/! blooms in in mid-
Leach ataeenll Ledge rrealdent- Nolle la hereby given Shut under YEARS IN: PAST quantity Latest statistics interest to businessmen and
Worshipful' Muter-Carl Dyaee Ird Tue.. 7 IlO p m, ClubhoisMurtte and by vlrtun at hut a rUln, He- The January, and reaped a harvest of of manufacturersAny

litrd Tour... I p...., Matonie Temple County Farm Bureau true heretafur mmlu. and t enterndIn history of Martin County dollars from his "crazy Idea." So
Elk' Pre.ld.nt I 'Albert Krwger Shut crrmin culm pendlnK In bus been one of battling for
Circle.
Anna,.......Miller_Mr.. Wllma Medley Ind Thur. Bemlnole Inn the rilikil CH,.cult Court. of the Ninth "". bridges. confident is he now of the possibilities answer you require about Stuart
Clriult of Morlrlm In anti for of artificial light that he is
Ind There, I pm, Ilk. Lodge Martin Count HUterlcal 5.OlatyPru.ldesb.Naurlos
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The
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Martin roiinly r In ('ban.crl'y first t ISMIC! of The Stuart
Beta Sigma Phi Socerlty P Hartman 'lo'ld".t J planning expansion for next season
Miller' la
Epltns Zeta CbuptnrPruklnntMrs. lit Tuei, 7)10 p....., First MatknuU.. .... : ttl'fro and' Polly Milter' I* Da Times! in 1913 urged Palm Beach .

.1. L'wln fJ:.) Ball Multiple Llatlng SVrvleeHeoretary iiilunt, the nndnralKnrd\ ... PpeuUI. County Commissioners to build a
......ca Tour.. I p.m., .kerne -Carl H. Turn** Muter In Chaiumry, d".'lgn.t,d to bridge across! the St. 1.ucie River "Only flaw in the !light-beam

XI Gonna Phi Chapter nd-4th Toss, I ...... xiHUIe nald. Dniree. will offer fur
...... .,_Mr*. C. K. Slocure psi. onuS will .11 to the hUhe t "so that we can: be neighbors with WELCOME STATION
l.t-lrd Thurs ( P...., home* P.lm City Memo Demen.tretlea Club ond beat bMclor tar caah at putttloouster the jolly set of East Coasters to
American Revolution. I'rn.Id.nt-'Mr.. Al Bure.nllit )' at the front. door of 'b.. Snake bites! are more dangerous
Deuihter el the Tue., Sub am., Uvl CeatefPelnclen County Ooiirthouaa In lh. City of the north. We don't want much- when
Re .utMr.. Marjorl' tombS Ii smart Mtrtln I'minly, Klnrldn.. on they occur in early spring I
Ird Tbure., home. Kennel Club Monday. the 30th day of Jnnuary only "tho bridge across the St. because venom is greatly concentrated OFFICE ON U.S. NO. 1

Mather.' Circle el D.Mol.y 5,4 :T"'IJ.r.fo., ; A,l>. 1901 within' the leva! houra Lucw. in the of
'.... _Mre. Jennie Dunce Call I meeting pi.. of Halo, via" botweun. the house of period winter hi

fib Mon. S p...., Maaonla Tempi Pert SeJern. Horn Demeoitrnlleei Club. eli'vun o'cloik AM end two oclutk LIMbO ,%DvI.Itrinpbu.hnr: : bernation.

........ Aunllluy te ladIes tUnr. Pre.l. tncanpneet; inS Tb...., lilt ..... Cllvll Center eity, ultuata 'In the County of Martin IS 'J UtIJ nlt'\TY .It ItuI'q: f IIC "rOt.
Chief MatrIuroh-Gr5' Ball Mists, Pf Florida. to wit 'II \It'I'1 n tot: .I'l," P 5' 5 Ii';
4th '1'..... I P.m., lOOf Hall St. Lucle Inlrl Yeeht Clu"Comm..do.Loa it,,. FMmiUliv WAYIH) Young Men of beautiful St. Lucie River. Come see us!
Odd fellow.. Hewken IrK 1t<, Coral anrdoni Htibdl nr OAHI i> P Action Leadership
el
Order raining
Noble Independent Gran.-AI.. I,. freeman let Thun, I p.m. Yacht Club' vlnlnn', bringpart of the North TilE mrATra orrllMtllrl P

Seorelery-J. P. Wllbarlatlrd Stuart Beard el Beetle / \\hN lylnviiat of HtateUna VIO.MO: Stuart
< t, of literS 'JO. Milee FATTEUSOV, Jaycees
Tuee. I P.m.. lOOP Ball 1'.ld.ot-4J. R AchIer' or llunion (I Irani, ai.rorcllnit to Df...... \
Indian River encampment *S let Ihun., I p..., bleatS Betel Hat.. of Coral Ctard..n., retordnd >OIIK TO < J"11'1'0: 'I Far Inform.lion Call _

Chief .trlarob-p.ul Mehan Stuart Stamp Society In Pint <>ook II. Pan* SI. Mar. All the Cleditor, of th. batata: of Jack. ZIT.S M
Snd-4th Tue... S P mIOUP Ball 1'.td.nt-WIlIi.m K PottS tin County, tluildu, J'ubllo Ito- Churlee Knimint 1'Httcr.on doienaed Roa 27.3M2J
Jesses Beech hu... Club .... AnnlUaryrre Ird Mon. I pm. Publl Library. torda.locithnr. are )nerehv nollfltU and reaulr Don 1S7-4200
.ldf>nt-Ely: Knlnhtfndti'll ed to file any ," .,''m. nr d.-mund Stuart is ,
0.. Wlm.duuabs. ) Teurl.1 Club IIIltb| nil and alnKular the no hh'h they tuny h..ve aH,,'ln.t anlileatiite .
.. C. .I Ut-ird Mon, I p.... Youth Center t n..inenta, hfroditamnntg and a p.purlonutu In Ihe Offlcn of the County
rrt.'Y'p.m':, JI. :. Cem Cknnk. rg' tlmrnuntn I heli>nilniror Juilve tif Martin, County. Hot. 1 Mi, Confidential CountyHeadquarters u''
Out-of-.UUe Mawin Invited. I In any; .'I.l a piwrlulnlnir, anil) In the i-ourthuuav it rliuart. r'l"rlvlthln la"t'lptlou' _

P.t 0. Sl.terto.dPrlHr Sale of cigarette) in loruld. during property bvlnir I : coil :In: anordnmewith d''.. lily I HI o..Ir'II"or IIInllth. Criminal, Civil & Domestic
the, teriua of mid to satiety frnm of Ohm flret I puut.iiou.
r Cb..- MI.. the first four months of the gitlil 1'rcredWM Pluto nrrhh1:1 tOtii'm, Eurh: .'iulc: onttmnusod Mute-Mlde Service
..ld.nlo-lIt. r. t F. CHART, ,".Ht be In wrltlnitinuat '. .0.1 lor
.. -.rd 110". S p.a, beassq new tux year was about 22,000,000 Aa Mpurlvl Munlur In Mate the pIers. of realileme. GOLD tO\ST PROI'tC11VE:

Chapter. -m. C B. A.kley. packages below: norinul, lays the ornHTMtilo': : r q SCOTT i mill iHlnmnt' I'n.t. end Of II mint,.aildreaa. B. aworn. of to the by SERVICE: 1 C.4616.3J1

....-.UI W..... 1* *.*>. .kemegOvder State Beverage Commission.IKItL ; )\'(..HTKKHONA : (I,ilelmant P. itt.egmntu r attnrniy MARTINCOUNTY
.( Rainbow. for Girls itnrtmI fir Plaintiff *. or It sill| become void accord- _
Worthy Adoleur-Murela Whlteild J'ub.1 l I l>.o. II. Id millJan. intoltuw.
l.t-lrd Tuee Oils: p.m, llaaonl: tempi* ; 11t'1'1"IIII\'r; : >. .. II, lIPId IMted thla 1rd day. of December,

Rerel Palm RekeltekaNolle 5. Tllt1 f'OI1" JI nlll1: f'Olu'r 19ti t.

tr.od-Mr.. Clara. May T...... H tlt'll'\ Cot ,,"'I" t'LOIUU.\ ER ''lIt1 f.tli 'T' .Pt U..t11: "tli liT /a/ At.lC'N :RAN'I'ICltPATTERSON.. Stuart Rotary Club p _
,.100'" Mon. I ..... lOOT' Hall IV: Rib ...
e5i. 't'I11'1' 401'1" S'l't'l'It!) ac V:. utru, or the. F late.
Btuart-Jenees E..... Ledge 170 SPVTB: : orvblbLLM t 0*' b't.tHiait. of Charle, fremont Patlcr.oti, ...t. Me' UtlS
Bulled Ruler-Deaa looker' \ : : A. L11'PP4I'OTT.ROTI4BI IV: UKOAKI: I roo........01.
I p..., Mondaye 1..1 PH15 *!:,*TA1H OfIUUV I Prt1HTIOluttN, SCOTT I (I Dr. E Frelee Stexto.Maaey. -I

Stuart ....... Club All ireilllot.1O ( Htlf'rOItIl: UUBKV: ... (3UHTiIlONlOp Mark. Be.Hk.
of II..t.t. .
'... ..-Joe Cruel L of. IVKOTirR .. ..t. !./ t T Ortghtmr.onAtt.crnmt'
V\kLU eerotarySunrise
: A.
Llr''IMHH'T. Uecunaed
Ill Tue., ISO p.m. let MatL ClubroomTkat : TO <''' .;ITOH1 for .:'."'114,1.
are licreby notified and
required Inn
All rrcdltor of tlio l'betete: or P. O. Drawer S3
Rko Girl Club N.. U to file ntiy tlaline or demand.Hhlih Totin t>reon dpcvaard.milfled ar. hmrnby Stuart Florida. CTJTARTt
..... .._Paul" MaaAtlorBed.41h they nmv have ugalttHt .old und roqulied trlalma fIt, u.', Hub.: Jan. I. I. It 19. ".l
Mon, 7 lit ".... ZOO Ball l'etste: In the offIre. cut It,.. 'ouni'Judge or dtmiunilhave tSr
United Cemmenml. Traveler. of Mnrtln' County. Horlilu. In ) avalnat I aalrt .:: IICoh I Inc 5 to n1.: no n T I (' lb -" ----

Senior Conneelor-Ed Howard the loult H cuing I Btuart: Hurldu, fl'e of lIt. ''u'uol3r Judge of Mar. TO MHOM: IT M\Y loM.EItll: : .
lit Tknra, I ...., Weedmu' Ball v. Ith In sit ralendar ", ..nth. from tin Colinty. rtoriuts. In tho rort.h Notion la hereby given' that l.:MBVHHY CITYCOMMISSION ,
Halted D..'.....* .1 tke CeefederoeyPreeldeet the date of the tint publication of eu.mu I t4tuarl. 'Iur'd.' .lthln clvratmudr TK. \E1, niHB\U. INC. M
...Mr* Marvin.. H. MoweU thla notice. feai: 'h claim. or demand outnths fr".n "It, dde offlrd Florida. corporation. Intend to
led Men.Unity nmat bo In wrltlnif. and meet stats p"blln.tioll ..f thte Notl.. Kurt rocOco. no itt the Clfrk of the fir.
the plate of rralilenu and po.l- claIm IIr 41..n" mud bo In Writ.11'g cult Court In and fur the ronntle
llatr'n-lIra.Chapter Order tl =. Star nUts ....d,... of til,. I'lalnmnt. mid sod /II..t plate tho plume or of Palm. Heaih, Hrowaid, n. d s.* STUART
W mooch ( telnet\ be sworn t,) by tlie OUIinnnt .Idenr., and pest off lu's addr. Mart In. and Hi. I.uele. the flitltloiie. CHAMBER OF1COMMERCE
.....
led-4 T:. ..P p.m lleaenl* 'TempUCOVRRNMENTAL tie scent, or hi. attorney, or It will; i of the claimant and mum be ... O"n name f A VHHA.1.OK Tt>l'K. un.
become, void nccurillun\ (o .law, to by the elalinnnt.. hl. eReCt or hl. der. whlih' It deiln to eiiuave In REGULAR MEETING
ORGANIZATIONS ".'''''''','r 19t1" IIU.I. ..*. attorney iir It will become void bunlneaa.Thla .
.\ .: o UFiisctyrr! to taw notli'. I I. given
City CommLUeelMayor acinrdlnir purauant to
-William Tedt .;.. ..ul.l. of the relate of Touted ebbs 3Jrd day of 1>"" .mbor. the pr..vl>lon* of the .''',tltto". 8:00: r.'I. 2nd and 4th

Ind-etk Moi. S pm. City Ball \VsIte> A. Llpplncott, 1803. Name Wlatute. BiMitlon' m.o', >'lorld 1\IO DA\'5Stulll't
Ceeet Guard AenllleryCommenderVeutnes MICIIltLu ,., H\HrST flREENol'nHTRlC0TT. : BUtuloa, 163,
LITTUAttorn.y : \a Pxv ChaaouHon. for Executrix: *.. rscBy City linn
.. I p.m., Coeat Guard Au. Bldg... Ill hunt: Oiean Boulevard lGHTblUlt /./ MOi.1. T !WARIX
Co.Btr ComadMwejChairman: P. O Bo* II U. Htuart, riurIJa II ly /./ Wm. A. OuithlenoBAttorneye "cut Public Always Welcome

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JOTII ANNIVERSARY EDITION THE: SI HART (llorMa) NEWS Thursday' January 9, 1964 1-CC
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1 Woman's Club Incorporation Approved 50 Years Ago : J I


ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND: PROPOSED Cll.\RTIR effort can be devoted to obtaining the above purports, and to aid in r tif
OF TIlE "OM.tN'S CLUB OF STUART, PALM: BEACH COUNTY, like steps for", civic betterment that may radiate from Stuart as social;
FLORIDi CORPORATION NOF-, FOR PROMT. I civic center.

Article J. Name. The corporate name of this Club shall be the Article III Members The membership of this Club shall! hr ..
Woman Club limited to such women as may be elected to membership in the Jtih .
of Stuart Palm Beach County. Florida.
as provided by the By-laws, with the qualification of a desire and ,m "
Article II. Object The object of this Club shall be to promote and I intent to'" aid in the furthering of the object of the Club.
maintain a free public library In Stuart; to help promote! and establish I Article IV Duration The term of the existence of this C '!urI > 'i
a park system for Stuart; to work for the establishment of a public
the
shall be as long as it shall have ten members devoted to object 01
hospital in Stuart and to cultivate and promote a spirit of fraternalism I the Club .,
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among those who may become members of the Club, that their united Article V. Subscribers. Th* name and residences of the uh ,4.k .
'
scribers to these Articles of Incorporation are as follow, to- it-: .

_- -, .., .. .>' M.irgaret M. Frazier .... ... ............................ Stuart, Florida \ .
Agatha Thomas ...... ... ... ................. ........ Stuart, Florida h. .' '::::':q'.:

Elizabeth McDonald .... ..... ............ .... Stuart, Florida
Adelnu )Hogarth ...... ... .. ........ .. ..... Stuart, Honda
Mary A Graham .. .. .. ........... Stuart Florida
; Article VI. Officers. The officers of this Club shall consist )1 i .1.1I

I president 1st and 2nd vice-presidents secretary and treasurer, and aboard k rn'
": fl flI of five directors, to be elected at annual meetings!! Ma20th

,,,' I annually. ,
I ":1'.. Article VII. Temporary officers The temporary: officers ho shall P t
;" I have the management of this Club until its animal election,, Mss 'Oth -y rr

1914, are as follows to-wit-:

Margaret M Frazier. . .. .. .. President
I Agulha Thomas.... .. 1st Vice-presule-m:
Elizabeth McDonald :2nd! V president:
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Adelma Mogirth ...... Secretary and
.. Mary A. Graham .. .. .. .. Treasurer. and these
j(".\ ) # ) I five persons shall form the first. Board< of Directors of the Club.
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.. !-d /' i Article VIII. By-laws. The Bylaws of this Club shall be prepared .
/J., changed or rescinded as well as adopted by the Club ,by a ntajontv) r .
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vote ot the members present whenever such action i is recommended
I ( t s
r 'bv the Board of Directors of the Club

i 1 Article IX. Indebtedness. This Club shall never incur an indebtedness .

or a liability that shall be greater than two-thirds of the value ..
jfV//1/ of the property of the Club ; + ,
st su
Article X. limit of Properly The Club May Own. This Club H .t is s c 9 a g

1 may acquire and own holding subject to the object of the Club real
estate, not to exceed in value the amount of thirty thousand! dollars
s 3+ Stuart Palm Beach County Florida April :22nd!:! A.D., 1914. We ui.:: ? ..,t

the undersigned promoters of and subscribers to' the above, und foregOing ,
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Articles of Incorporation and members of the first! Board of )t. ; ; :
Directors of The Woman's Club of said Stuart do hereby declare our EDWARD' MAITSSUCCKVSI''LI. South Fork grove was a model bring them upriver by boat to show (hem my grove," Mapp ffl

intent and pledge ourselves, each one and all of 11to curry out i m shown to ninny a prospective acreage buyer, "1 hey would recalls. !
good faith the and objects of the said, The Woman's Club I

:I of Stuart, Florida.purposes ..Ir1c I Was Printer on'1'hc'1'imcs! Ran I School. )!| !Hot! t to'1'ow'n, : !

: (Signed)

r; j Agitha blizahclh Margaret Thomas McDonald M Frazier Edward Mapp Arrived Here on HoneymoonBack


; Adelma Hogurlh
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I, State of Florida, Palm Beach County SS Mary,- A. Graham. in 1912/ / Planted Productive GroveBy

4' Before me, Arthur T. Hogarth a Notary Public, of Stuart in and ;

for said county and Slate, on this 22nd diy of April A D 1914 personally -
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appeared Margaret M Fra/icr one of the subscribers to the H\VAK1 Mtl'P In a few years the land com- county business it Will necessary I Ito 1 an old lUl) bed press operated by ,
\ tibove and foregoing Articles of Incorporation i who acknowledged the panics had brought In many set gi to West I I'ulm i Beach, which \*belt (from a gasoline engine. 1 hen
: I wife and I will
1 i adoption and execution of the same for the purposes and objects set My the always remember \II tiers some ot whom were farmers was a good day's trip all this typo hud to be washed and
1 Iwa.a 9 forth therein. Witness hand and official seal the reception given put buck In the caves before another -
my day und date when we arrived in Stuart, Sept from northern slates, Homes wert I knew Hill Stevens, and his family -
I !! could! be printed. How.
above forth.
i set
14. 1912. built, land cleared and vegetables well. Doing!! a newspaper printer ever Hall I got out a good weekly
(Signed)
I Welcre married in our hometown and chaos fruit were grown Soon before coming to Sluait I helped paper und covered the local news
Arthur T. Hogarth Duluth, Minn, mid im- fresh vegetables could be ,bought Mr Stevens I with the first paler very well. Bill was a good ,business
: Stale of Florida-lis. mediately kit for St Paul Minn.. in the Stuart stores len the first I Stuart: ever hud, :called: :: The Stuart I mart and a tireless worker,
County of Paint Beach. Margaret M f-ra/.ier being duly sworn where we boarded a hide-whcele time Tho developing i of the flatWOCK.IS limes i I had been working I on the In going buck und (forth from my
I on oath depose and says-.That it is the intent of the subscribers t to river ,boat for St. Limit, Mo, Therewe area west of the Fast: Const Duluth Morning: Herald:i, which i hud home to help 13111 I transported
'the above and foregoing Articles of Incorporation and it is by them left by train for Stuart. At ridge!! section, where the pineapples modern linotype and my work on the South Fork school children toSlimrtamf
a.Aj Jl xUntended JaaWod. tailb.J4.cury out tlw-purposes and objects set forth that limit the Honda East Cause wer grown wm the beginningof The Tunes warqtilre experience! heck irrm?.honr. Trio ,
therein V..MSSWW' Railway maintained u dock passenger a rapid growth tot.Stuart, Jen- for use, because every line In the old part () recnt court house
(Signed) depot, express und freight ten anJ Salerno" paper had! to be hand-net. And Instead was the school: building So :the
i iFRANK ,., Margaret M. Frazier, shed on the water front on the This section/ was then part of! of IIn up-lo-cluco rotary press I youngsters had a good walk front :
'[ south end of the railroad bridge/ Palm Beach County, lo transact operated by electricity, KM hud/ tJlII city dock to school.BEHR'S I
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd of A.D.
day April There was a board walk shout JU< () _. _
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1914 witness my hand and official seal Feet long extending from the ---
I (Seal) turn to the little town,
SIIOR, a modern-day "medicine man" of the Seminoles. (Signed) of the Stuart Motel, tho post lila-I
The tribes used to live In "chickees" palm-thatched huts like the Arthur F Hogarth fee, a few stores and several
one behind him, where ]Indiatitown's modern homes stand today scattered along the river front, CARDS & GIFTS
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At That time/ it wan this prae
tics of the residents to meet the
r trains, here were about twenty
people on the board walk and some/
: lilting on the railing to see ui Featuring-
walk from the train to the hotel
with Mr Glass who was the owner
of the hotel These people seemed Hallmark Cards and Accessories
to know that we were newly-weds
r+ ws and treated us royally.

We !soon found out that the
growing nf pineapples and fishing New Table of $1.00 COPPER & ALUMINUM GIFTS
yy were the principal industries, and
I Items und
} fiat train I loads of pineapples were -for prizes

hipped every day out of Stuart gifts-if( you don't sec IIANDCRAFTED JEWELRY
during the summer months fine-
apples were grown in Stuart to what you want. AND CHARMS
fort Sewall Sewalls Point and the please ask,
Jensen Bcach area along the In- :
/,
t dean River.
,J here was only one automobile/
I III Stuart and no paved road New Assortment of Gifts for the '.
Ferry boats operated between
x Stuart and Palm City and Stuart i SPORTSMAN AND SAILOR
and the north side of the St 1.ucie
I
River Fishing was wonderful at all
IIInes and one could operate a bout I LAMPS ASHTRAYS AND NOVELTIES ETC.HXCELLHNT
I with no fear of running on to .
Ir' sand ban I
At this time the Palm City I
Farms, the St I.ucie Inlet farms :
STOCK OF
and the Tropical Farms were being
evelopvd. The developers main-
lamed offices in the large cities. GLASSWARERepresenting
in the northern slates and sold
f I !most of( the land sight un\een.1
I hese companies also many
prospects here by train to tee their I' 5 Natitmaly.KnowIJJrands/ :

ropkrtiei We came to plant a citrus grove I I HLENKO-FENTON MILK AND CRYSTAL.. fir

on our which located I
r'I in the St properly I.ucic Inlet Farms, on thesouth WASHINGTON 00 l L. E. SMITH .. and
fork of St. I Lucie River 1 I he I
lack us family, the rUle family MORGANTOWN COLORED GLASS
and the BassetU, all from Minnesota -
had already built homes und I -
were developing their properties !
Their properties adjoined each
other( und were located a shorn I LOOK'I
Usance from our property, -' !
he other side of the river Mow I .
ever, we received a lot of help I IIfroThe "alp' If}

I their were experiences no tractor or bulldozers SERVICES !
jt
I in those days, and clearing _
I I land was hard physical work. We
were (fortunate in securing a few
colored men to do m o s t of this
i ; ; I kind of work at SI".50 Per day WATCH & CLOCK REPAIRINGAND
Plowing and disking the land was
: I another problem. the first plowing
er I had done was by a yoke of

the oxen name, owned of R by. R a. Roebuck homesteader, by ALL TYPES OF JEWELRY REPAIR

I + I Most of the early settlers used
I II
f w eLai bout to go back and forth to town -and you need not be without a watch-we will loan you a new
visit' i neighbors or go to the beach
,., ..... for picnJ ". Mr. and Mrs. George timepiece while your watch is being put in first-class condition!
t' ) .. of w Backus settled across the river
: ,
t I from tit in I9ll/ Mr. Backus

----- -_ boat went to'bl.town real estate every IIDIlflj in his 'We have had 17 years experience Prices are reasonable

INDIAN WOMEN, E>DIA M1CCO, HEN1EY JOSH, GRINDING CORN SEAUNOLE STYLE AT LNDIANTIWN office. I



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'4 i: 'm uriEti! the St. Lucie? Stevens Saw 'Phantom' I



clear out of there and in a hurry I If I had thought of ghosts or had that vicinity Down ,in the Florida

Told Story The thing was beginning to assume any fear of them I wouldn't have Keys where Caesar had similar

.,, the proportions of a nightmare I landed at Dead's Mans Point. I landing places, (there are man) talcs
I put all the strength I had had heard tales of spooky things of hidden gold and innumerable
In Atlanta into the pull on the oars and shot I I there, where a group of men had treasure hunts have been launched -
: into the quiet water behind the been buried following buttle dur by rcr'iOMllIryina from small
point. After landing the skiff he. ': Ing a drunken orgy at the time hoytl) college professors. Occasionally -
1t ON Newspaper yond a clump of mangroves; I 'I II of the building of the railroad a story is given wide
\wf H a U >' o Fi I I forced my way through the tanI ': bridge, nearly three decades he. publicity of small amounts of Spanish -
the i I glcd underbrush that ran out to IIlhe [ fore I had stepped across one of gold being found in rocky crevices -
I The Sunday Magazine of i waters edge on the point and the graves in working", my way down there About ten years
i Atlanta Journal on Jan 25, 1931 looked back over the river. through the underbrush buck to a story was published telling
1 I carried the of how a ago
st story
e a Stuart resident strange, Wallace Stevens. There wasn't a sign of the ship I the point of skulls and hones evidently ,i

PAR14t II son of tho founder of this newspaper anywhere. The lights of Stuart Vessels carrying goods to or hundred yean old or more being
showed a mile back across the from Cuba would he decoyed in found at a point where Caesar and
saw a ghost ship on
4 I I strange river whence I had come, while and wrecked on the reef guardingthe his crew hid their headquarters
the Si I Lucie. "I I saw a phantom
ship; I still don I know what it the waves danced In empty moon I narrow bench 'I I hen Caesar Hut it the black pirate actually
was:,' he told 'I he Stuart News light as far 11I could see up the and his crew would swarm out and buried his treasure on the hinksof
I recently at his home near Okec I North Fork. murder all survivors before taking the Saint l.uue, and still cruises
i chohee City,' Here i it the story: I !Naturally I was mystified I had I what booty they wanted from the there in spirit form to guard It. he
: .. II, r been nervous, after sighting the stranded merchantman According certainly hid it well, No Spanish
10 ACRES "I i' ., By WALI ACE: SUVrAS: : I ship, about being run down therein to the stories, there were wild. and gold has been found in that vicinity
I the dark, I had hen puzzled riotous times on the wave beaten and no one has ever located
A ghost-ship that sails swiftlyover I by the appearance of the craft. sands in the old days.It a map with crosses marking the
moonlit
ON STATE ROAD without wind a Mitch-iwept of canvas! A waters ship | But I hadn't been terrified nor regarded was peculiar that there were spot where pieces of eight may be
the thing as supernatural no legends of buried treasure in buried
with every inch.: of planking and
% r 5500 PER ACRE every must and spar illuminated 1--- -- .--- -
4t. brightly, yet on which no electric
gas, or kerosene light can h* seen'! i
"Impossible," you say Port Salerno Has Had Names of

And that was just what I said!
ai I sat there in a crazily-rocking:

skiff looking at it many yean ago Alicia
Aberdeen and MulfordB.
YY The icene was the Saint Lucie
River near Stuart on the east t coast
of Florida. Varying from a mile to
I two miles wide and rolling in grace
M l ful curvet between white sandy W. Mulford
lined with the Saint
shore palms, '
Lucie is held by many to be the Town's FounderPort
prettiest river In Florida Ex-Presi,
vM dent Cleveland found! rest and
s health on its hanks alter the trial Salerno, now a popular
and weariness of hit second administration haven for retirees, and fishing enthusiasts
I I Many other I great I with many beautiful
,
and near great men to the nution ; homes and resorts along its waterfront
r 1 1tf have been attracted by the beauty I at the head of Manatee
w r aI of the stream and the wonderful Pocket, was first known as "Alien g

fishing it affords. And according I ," r, l<
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to legend it win a favorite spot Next it was called "Aberdeen"and t
I
I r 'H for Bldck Caesar, notorious pirate then in honor of its pioneer
of African blood who cruised the I developer, Mulford
Florida coast during the golden I
of the Main. The story goes that a passengeron
days Spanish the F.E.C. Railway, who thought
c I hadn't heard the legend, though I'she had bought a ticket for Ful- T'
Oi when I set out one night in a I! ford, was let off at "Mulford" in "
little skiff equipped with an out. the middle of the night and was
The Sign You C tn't Miss When Coming Through Stuart on the New Four-Laned board motor to visit a friend living ',' nearly eaten alive by mosquitoes' .
on the North Fork,-the river She sued the FEC. which fit 4"R
U.S. Highway divides just west of the highway I promptly demanded that some
bridge going into Stuart and the non-confusing name b e chosen
And two branches are known locally as pronto. Salerno was chosen on the
the North and South Forks theory that the chance of being
I had intended leaving in the I mistaken for Salerno, Italy, was
middle of the afternoon, but work slim.
The here To Serve You had tied until after
Friendly People kept me up The story of Salerno is wrappedup
dark, When I did get ready to
In the life of Benjamin W, Mul-
Hart, a stiff breeze was blowing ford, a Minneapolis real estate HURL'S: NO railroad station at Port Salerno toddY, \but this is
from the southwest and it looked broker who took a fancy to Florida the old station that vas originally moved there from Stuart.
91 v rather, foolhardy to venture out, and made part of it his life s -"'! t
as I knew the waves would be work. Born in Elizabeth, N. J., Feb
.A .a running high as noon as I left the I
e 13, 1868, Mulford went West as a
lee of the shore A half moon was
man and got in the broker
and I decided to young
however,
shining
la, age and real estate field He was
risk itAfter. ;
quite successful and in 1910 he' "' :
I of hundred : ,
got a couple I
I used his savings to buy the south
off shore the came ', .'
yards waves half of the Hanson Grant in whatis : ..
up to all expectations. slapping "
m now Martin County.
against the skiff at a quartering,
Mulford came to Florida immediately I J' :i
angle and showering spray across
this his home. ..
to make
'j
t the little boat. My outboard was
r' rt rl r an old style one that shortcircuitedwhen The tiny settlement on the spotwas I '
it got wet and it wasn'tlong called Aberdeen, but he got
before It started sputtering that changed to Mulford. He builta I
and finally quit I slipped it out fine home and some business
of the water so that it wouldn't buildings, laid out and paved
streets, platted town lots and farm
drag and out my oars
The skiff got was better balanced tracts, and then started in to colonize

when I was rowing than when the his development which he
engine was pulling the stern down, called St. Lucia Inlet Farms In I
MYRNA BRUNER, RegisteredReal CARL BRUNER, RegisteredReal RUTH FOSIFR, Associate, ell \RLF.S W. I.UBAIIN, Associate so I made fair progress over toward !selling, ono town lot went with

Estate Broker, SpetiulllngIn Estate Broker, Specializing Specializing In Homes, Residential Specializing In Home, Dead Man's Point where the each ten-acre, farm, and Mulford
land and It* uses Citrus kl land and III once Citrus lob, Ocean and Highway Residential Lots and Small North Fork entered the main river. was highly successful whom in finding I

Land and CltriN Grove Land, Citrus Groves, Ocean and frontage and Commerclul. Acreage At I rounded the point and to investors Salerno, many to make of their homes came t
Highway Frontage and I- glanced ahead to get and Mul 4
remained
t noticed a light that apparent A good many ,
change. marked a fair-sl/ed ship a mileor ford was solely responsible for I
so away across the water. I bringing many present residents 1
was mildly interested because' there of both Stuart and Salerno to this + ye v

THIS HISTORICAL EDITION SHOWS YOU HOW VALUES HAVE were no towns ahove Stuart on the part Mulford of Florida.built hn home In 1913 M
river and few ships of any size
went beyond the bridge. The ship and to it he brought his wife, the THIS WAS an early bridge over an arm of Manatee Pocket at Port
GROWN IN THE PAST HALF CENTURY. former Elizabeth Harley Powers,
apparently was coming toward me who died in 1917. In 1916 Mulford Salerno The old Inlet Inn, which burned, it in left background.Five .
1 turned my back to it and wentto
rowing In a few minutes, 1 built a hotel at Salerno Shores butit
burned to the ground in 1925.

looked The ship again had covered over half I In 1921 the town of Salerno was Martin CommunitiesWere

As specialists in land and its uses, it is our opinion that the distance between us and was ,i incorporated and got off to a good ,

the new forces now coming to the fore in 1964 will have close its peculiar enough shape.then for It m was. to high notice in I I real start.estate Frank man Chandler Frank was L. Young the : Once Incorporated

the bow and stern like the pictures I started a newspaper called the
the effect of solid values.
creating even more I had of old Salerno Newt which prospered the
and models seen Spanish
the bow not first few months, and he also operated Stuart incorporated for almost in the tough days of the depression
Yet
ships was half is the only town in the Thirties.
Klsh-I a century early
a r mercantile store. Mr.
Four.laning of U.S. 1, a vast citrus expansion, population lower as broad in the and water.full and And the although ship sat paugh was the first postmaster and from Martin County's early days Five Martin County communities -

growth, that places Martin County among the top it had only two masts it looked he also; ran the first store knownas which did not give up the ghost that were incorporated in the
faster than the old-lime prints the Cooperative. Twenties failed to make it through
four in Florida, a cooperative Martin-St Lucie Countyocean showed the true Spanish caravels But by this time the 1925 boom the hard times, are still county
came along, Mulford had lost I governed.
to be. Thomas
boulevard plan, city water to the ocean beaches. And as I noticed this I wonder much of his enthusiasm for town. Hogarth, Palm City was the longest-lived,

I ed, too, that the ship stood out so site developments and he was living being a city from 1921.1927.hen
these few of the forces work.
only at
are a now r'ninly' in the shadowy moonlight. In West Palm Beech wherehe Here in 1890s it was dissolved by the I legislature
It seemed to glow all over and was operating a real estate office its bonded debt assumed by the
every inch from the waterline to and Salerno sales headquarters. The story of the Hogarth family county,
HOMES.
HOMESITES. WATERFRONT PROPERTIES.
. real broker
estate
the top of the masts was visible An alert dates back to Captain Thomas Salerno was incorporated from
yet there was no direct light to be came along and sold all of Mul- Hogarth a Civil War veteran of 1921 to 1935.

INVESTMENTS seen. And wondered, too, at the ford't leftovers in one lump to a I: Company R of the Indiana Volun Jensen Beach began as a mu.
progress it was making as it was Miami syndicate headed by a teen who served as engineer for
Jan. 18, 1926 closed
close/ enough now to hear 1 the former judge, John T Cramlmg. the old Cloverleaf Railroad until nicipality
its affairs 1933.
engines if any were running, and Mulford got hit money out of the the time for retirement. Althougha out in
yet there wasn't a sound. And property but lived less than a yearto native of New York City he spent The Town of Port Sewall was
there wasn't an inch of canvas rl/\i it, dying at West Palm most of his life in Indiana. He formed in 1927, lasted until April
spread on the masts There were e 1926. and Mrs. Hogarth started spending 19. 1933.
e no figures on deck nor any other Salerno had gotten away to a their winter vacations here in the Indiantown was incorporated
sign of life aboard flying start and although Mulford early 1890s as his wife was a for five years 19271933.
The channel for ships" of any is entitled to full credit for the sister of Mrs. O. O Poppleton

draft was rather narrow at that beginnings, he was forgotten when Soon after the turn of the century Charles Roberts of Atlanta and
point and I was right in the mid. he moved away and established Captain Hogarth built a fine family
die of it. I decided that regardless himself InV r Palm Beach to home on the riverfront between During their first winters here
of the ships peculiarities, I that by 1926 when he passed on the Harry Dyers and the J. R. they were visited by hu son'i family -
BRUNER'SHOUSE had better get out of its way he had already become part of Pomeroyt and had five acres of the Arthur T. Hogarth Arthur
1 swung around to my right and the past. pineapples coming along Realizing i was also a railroader and
edged over toward Dead Man's the need of a cemetery, he about ready for retirement In
Point. And I kept edging over WILLOUGIIBY SEMINOLE started a subscription list! to pur. 1904 they moved here and purchased .
Regardless of how far I swung COSTUMES: DISPLAYEDAn chase the Larry Wright land for the twenty-five-acre tract
out of the channel it teemed that exhibit of Seminole cot the present Fern and in I which it now Cocoanut Park. They
OF REAL ESTATE frI.i'be:::
the coming ship was mil bearing times, collected: by Captain Hugh 1908 be was the buried I built a fine home on the river,
straight for me, and no great dis- U Willoughby, and presented to on the bill which his daughter-in- i called it Bonnie View put in pine.
tance off now either. I yelled, but Martin County Historical Society law named Fern Hill Dr. Neil apples and Hogarth later opened

700 Federal Highway Stuart Phones: 287-1297 287-4220 got no answer. by Mrs. Hugh U Willoughby Jr, McQuune then purchased t has the first realty office here in the
Finally it looked u though the I it oo display at toe Martin County borne property and it It owned today first community church which had
best thing I could do wu to get museums. by the doctor's daughter, Mrs. been vacated for new quarten.2CC .




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, ShkecR; : ih;; Nets Local Hauled 1 Fertilizer Plant Try



..
The history of Martin County
I would not be complete without"
,.,. 'i. 'Ar the ..Ifof some outstanding
failure
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I There was, for instance, the big
't' palmetto brush factory Hurled tit I
Palm City) the plan la nuke !beaver
.board from cabbage I'lIh11I'1'o!
and another plan to mule paper
from taw ,. Add the fellow "h<)
set up a pant to m ike a medicinal
product from Indian River seaweed .
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Most of these ideas remained
plans. but buck in I 1912' a >groupof > :
investor put \IXOUH-an( > immense I
mini for that time-into
the Honda Freezer and! Icrtili/cr I
Company :-j fihI
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They hud the idea that t the'
could! nuke fertilizer from the I
immense schools of" menhiultn
and other rough>> fun i passing MARTIN COUNTY
off Si I ueie I Inlet-hut they' did'I'
not reckon\ with the shark (hit hI hII
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p. were also so abundant! back then,
w R A Hammond and Harry
Dutton of Uoston were tho principals -
in orgam/mg the firm the Will share the expanding growthin
tt.TIIE. I plant extended 300(<> fret along the
riverfront close to \\:ST U's location
ILL-FATFI:! Florida, Freezer and Fertilizer Company was Smarts biggest t commercial ventureof today ill a site culled "Oea," It
pioneer days and biggest flop It was built in 1912 about whereVSTL Radio Station now stands was a five-story frame building
It burned in 1927 about. IX( ) feet squire, with a I FLORIDA: Aerospace AgeI
I IV) foot t one-story wing and IIflfly.
:- -">'.fifty brick engine( : room
MRS. CR\IG FIRST Refuge Museum, (giving many pioneer the pioneer museum idea" Val The promoters installed expensive
DONOR IO MUSttM! objects while the museum Clear, original director, wrote recently freezing and processing equipment
Mrs J. I. Craig of Stuart, widow staff was housed temporarily i n from Miami planned to make l ice, freeze
the Krueger building all I edible fish for shipment, and
of the pioneer pineapple planter "Such faith as Mrs. Craig, and The Seminole Indian word for I grind and process the trash and I
was the first donor of local others like her showed in our good or plentiful was Ojus" and excess fish for fertilizer.
historical items to the House of beginnings was what really inspired for bid Holowaugus I If They' sent crews out off( the
Inlet with expensive r"r..eleis
Nut each time a haul was mule
the nets were torn to shreds bihurks >
4. .
1.-- I 1964 Alter just two weeks operation,
I.
the venture was declared i complete .
failure and the I1h'etKlcre
tfij Walker's Jewelry liken over by the mortgage holders
.' .r-- >;, ',.1 "
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..... -:; -, During the fifteen yean that it I I ,
stood. the building was used for /I
Has Served The Residents of canons minor purposes. CarrollDunscomhe'i ,. } i
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I pineapple (packing f l rs
I plant was t the list to occupy it
Martin County Since 1941 More the e.l
Martin County's substantial\ growth during the pastjjjcc-l. "* '*

Mr. and Mrs Walker Look Forward to the Future Stuart Rotary ads is but a prelude to the impetus! that the nation'smultibillion .0;
Growth of Stuart and Martin
.j County dollar Space Conquest Program:! will provide -

Formed in 29; in the immediate years ahead
WALKEIR'SeJEWELRY'
1941 : Is Oldest Club

The effect of the aerospace age is just beginning to be

a 4'1'h11; \''I"i" Y'I""'I'I\ m''I: i'\'\''I'i'l'A'I; \'7 'mmm"\'fArh'\\ 'I'A''I.'A''l\rlm"i''i'I''i'I\" \ city's Stuart'i oldest Rotary existing Club civic is organ the felt on Florida's economic growth. '

izution Last Aug. 30( was the thir _. .
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'.- ::? receipt ty-fourth of anniversary its charter of the club I : New manufacturing{ plants/ arc coming along .' .::and ,'., .
= Stuart Rotury !begun with a preliminary :' citizens of Martin County can look forward with opti I,( r. '

the Peacock organization Arcade Au meeting,. 6, 1929 In mism that the next few years will see more of them.int'; ,": '

First meeting was eight day Inter their ,
I I at Chisholm and the charter was area.
EDWARD MAPP received Aug 30 Although (the 1
club met most of the lima at Chi
holm's, circumirtincei caused temporary .' I
1'- :; I changes!! in meeting place EnNiprlN
:during the yean to Stuart Hotel,
REALTOR ;J the Lighthouse and the old Arcado.
1'1; I Recent meeting places have been J
the Trad wind\, Frances Lang- ,
Resident this 51 fords Outrigger Restaurant, and -s \ I'"' "
01/ beautiful county for years ;f I now Sunrise Inn
.. :::- i The club had eighteen, charter ..1 ( '. t.1./1,
$1;; Will be glad to take care of your real estate members They were Kennon li 'II "
,# needs whether it be Turner I, A. Aiglcr. C B. Arbo- ''I
; a J I past Orris Nobles, M, O J I ittman,
Kilowatt Is To Serve You
H. H. Hipson. P. P diMoyu' E. Reddy Ready
4 homes, home Sites River Front Properties J, Smith Jr.. L. E. Ashley, Web'
star Ordway, Dr. J, D. Parker,
f Business
;'G C Properties or Acreage ;-# Andrew Lester, E. A. Mcnnmgcr, Florida Power & Light Company is prepared to pace .,
,
,
Evans H.
Crary W Cockrell Per
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PO. Box 716 Stuart, Fla Phone AT 7.0781 cy Fugc, James M Harrison and your growth with plenty of power for continued pro
':: J, rranklin Hell Of these only gress power for industry (for farming, and for residential .
1 I I human, ('rat)'. Ordway', and
Menmngcr still are members. needs.Highlighting .445 "5 ; "

Thomas F, Richards of Eden,
r settling in 173, was the first pioneer J FPAL's 1963 construction program ,the
r along the Indian River and
founder ol the pineapple industry Riviera Plant inVest Palm Reach took a giant step ingenerating
I l nurt l l l l tW l l l l t Wt l l l V l t tWmUw l t t r m l l wu l l l l t rn l t l 1 1 1 '_ locally capability{ when its latest 300XX( ) kilowatt


...... ,4. ,. : ., .. I addition spun into action last March.

.29YEARS
This big unit activcjy joined its 300,000 kilowatt twin .

I which went on the line the previous Spring givingour

: Riviera Plant the two most powerful generatorsnow
,
I l, IN operating in Florida for an abundance of power I''

I practically at Martin County's doorstep! It's your assurance

,1"1m of maximum dependability in addition to an

.. '-,
abundant

;m 1 1L MARTINCOUNTY supply.

Our present plant expansion program is our biggest b

i ever! Generating facilities under construction will add

1,275,000 kilowatts this year and next. This is dramatic

evidence of our confidence in Florida's future .

The only complete Laundry and

Dry Cleaning Plant in Martin

County. Power to grow for an area on the go! .


We started 29 years ago with one employe and now have fifteen full-time

employes. We are proud to be part of a growing community. congratulate the

Stuart News on their 50th Anniversary and look forward to a growing Martin Count

ty in years to come.


MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT



CLEANERS & LAUNDRY COMPANY


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r II 4.f'C l11E STUART (fla.) NEWS IhunMlay, January 9, 1964 50TH ANNIVERSARY:' EDITION I


AND BY OPERATED Careened His Black Schooner at Mt. Pisgah; ,

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GENE THREE AUTHOR COOK GERKEN OF BOOKS Gilbert's Bar Named for Rogue, Don Pedro Gilbert, the Pirate



-' Famous as Society This was a wild coast, where schooner, the "Panda," over the ", w.7i .." :...- ,..qiI < -.,
pirates and freebooters found safely bar and come upstream ''' qiF
Half Mile South of the Caterer in the early 1830s. And the As the "Panda" rounded Sew- I 'MY Ni.'N'

Bridge on U.S. I ki Stuart mould of the St. Lucie River alls Point and sailed up the broad,
open
wild river, schools of mullet thundered -
STEAKS CHOPS o SEAFOODS periodically, is named Gilbert's ahead of the bow silver _...
Bar for one of the most notorious tarpon rolled and sea cows sighed. .:
"'Worth members of the "Brethren of the But Don Pedro had eyes only for '
driving a few miles for"u.s. I Coast" if one of its last. the high sugar-Hand hill that stands > IT -
He was Don Pedro Gilbert a out all by itself in a bay on the
HIGHWAY NO. 1, STUART cruel and dashing buccaneer He east shore of the St. I.ucie where :: '..
used to case his low, sleek, black the peninsula begins We call it ;;41Mi : ;

--'- -_. ------- Mount Pisgah. It is just south of
the Langford-Evmrudc estate
He would careen his schooneron
. SANDY'S TRAILERRENT the white beach under the hill siI
post a lookout atop a tall pine on I
Its crest and proceed to enjoy J ,1 1 .
_ A PARK AND life. He was a man who could do .... .I '. ,
SALES it. A native of Catalonia, Spain
TRAVELTRAILER son of a grandee with flashing
OWNER & OPERATOR: EUGENE: : WILLIAMSON black eyes and a handsome: black
beard he liked to he loved \
eat
u.. HIGHWAY NO. I, Hi MILLS NORTH OF STUART w 1/ s
Y"iFrr
to drink and he enjoyed the ladies. 1 1Mite
MAILING ADDRESS ROUT; 1, JENSEN: BEACH, LA. "What1 life for" he used to 0",4
IILirilONE; 287-3788 ask. "Break out another barrel .
as little as of Madeira. boy" They held oyster } I / u ibmljY S..,vyarrv d bran' t

ALL SIZES AND MODELS rousts, barbecued manatees and ., 1.. ., ,. :.... <, a.urL'1s hu'u'oNSUdrsJtam) 1-'
$$45 A Week cooked haunches of deer on spit ,f .;, r",:' ,".. 1'Ji't' ;' Aw b.ra .a f u,1G.r ad d 1
NEW AND USED TRAILERS FOR over the coals I When he was full t :"J: :' ', \ ,' .' ',.'''" I
of wine, Don Pedro would whistle ,
,' I tl.
Car Hitches Available SALE : "j'+if: : f.I"/J/ft 1,7' '
his
cutlass his head and ..
I over spit .' .. .
In :' ; F. .. {', ....
your eye. He was cold and cruelas 1' .
L-P BOI1LH) GAS FOR SALE ., : 1. ;.! -\ / .. "
a cat under his dcmngdo : > :;.i ,,: .4..A.-' <.... I 1/
(THIS SEMi RETIRESIENT BUSINESS ALSO FOR "Gold's what we want lads. ," he .1 ; < .!2 :; ---.::-' :.
SALE) :) ; { r." "''
would and would
say out they .( .'. ... !. ,
slip the Panda" murder and ." ,''." "
in to ,1iI""j,1fJf; : .. ,' '
pillage again. V.v'I'; "" i-t.-, SQI r : .. ..... '_,.1.\/1' ....r.. I.Sir J,
Havana, with its senoritas and V, ._-tS" /.;.: .', r (" 1"1-
_. .rt'4
.1" J .
cantinas, got Pirate Gilbert's gold. "r'1, '''-. \-' : \II -
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Don't look for any of it to he bur ... : ': 4 ..": .:" : t,\,:;
MAIL AWAY ied on Mount PI gah. Spreed out .,: .At r.t.. try /: :. 'f t ;" l rrl3ls.'ifa. -' .f r t, '
and broke, r_
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in August 1812 he ,. .1 k
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and his cutthroat crew set sail from ". -- >Jt" --- fIC R 7M'NK 1r iMrt'YN.- { ,
"La Hahana" for more plunder. : :i1r \ .,; sav -ra are' ors U. tt Yoe te';. ...", k. ) J.I, ,ssGroff'\. 'J,;

On Sent 20, 1832, in latitude I .'.''''' .._,- ..,. ......;_"'
30 N., Longitude 24-30 S., the AN OLD .'RENCIIfAP! OF 1750 MIO\\S ILOKIIM CRUDE OUTLINEthe
BLANKS FOR THIS "Pand.i" met the American brig
"Mexican" of Salem, Captain But: crew managed to escape'> in the crew escaped up river where brought to Salem Mass Later they I As the noose went around Don
man in command The "Panda" lime lo extinguish the blaze and they tried to organize a tribe of were moved to Boston and tried Pedro's neck he probably wishedhe
I had four small cannon at t the the Mc\'cnn"'! limped back to native warriors to fight the Englishmen ,
gunwales and, a swivel gun amid- I Salem under u !fury rig. But the warriors declined on charges of piracy before t the ''I was back on the St. Lucid
ship. Alarmed because the schoon When Captain Butman reported the offer. Captain Trotter Circuit Court of the U. S. 'I River. Or even had sense' enoughto
HISTORICAL EDITION cr flew no colon and made no the piracy the government senta caught Don Pedro, his mate, Don' The trial began Nov I II I, 1834, marry a beautiful woman like
attempt to identify herself Captain cruiser to search for the "Pan Bcrnado dc Soto, and ten of the was a two week's national sensation Senora De Solo. Hindsight is better .
'Butman put on all possible sail. I da." But Don Pedro was long gone. crew; Francisco Ruiz, carpenter, Two noted Boston lawyers, I I. than foresight but never changes
The schooner did the same quick. At that time we did not get along Nicola Costa cabin boy Antonio David l. Child, Esq and George anything' He a blackguard,
ly closing with the brig and firing too well with Great Britain-except Ferrer, cook. Manuel Boyga, Dom Milliard, Esq managed to get acquittal I no doubt ouaft, but the map
e\u a shot across her bows. about pirates. They would ingo de Guzman, Juan Antonio for the cabin boy cook makers have immortalized him as
li be t"art With its guns trained on the chase our pirates and we would Portana (an Indian)) Manuel Castillo and three of the seamen. De So. they have many another rogue
"Mexican," the "Panda" sent overa chase their pirates. So it was the Angel Garcia, J VJasquez to's wife a beautiful young Spanish I Gilbert Bar at St Lucio Inlet still
boarding party which ransackedthe long arm of the British Navy, in and Juan Montengro alias Jose I senora was successful in per. bears his name. And some say that
Never has ther been brig Although the cargo did the form of the Bng-of-War Cur- Basilio de Castro sonally appealing to President An- I there are strange sounds on moon.
before like the
anything Fiftieth/ not seem to interest them they Pew," Captain Trotter I in com The pirates were taken in chainsto drew Jackson. He granted her husband light nights at Mount Pisgah like:
Anniversary Edition of The Stuart News. It details the historyof managed to find the captain mand that eventually found Don England transferred to His i a full pardon. All the others "What's life for? Break out an.
this section from strongbox, in which he was carrying Pedro Gilbert trying to buy slaves Majesty's Gun Brig 'Savage' and were hanged other barrel of Madeira boys
the
days of the ox carts to the present whenwe $20,000) in specie for trading with the stolen $20,000 from a ---_. -.-.--. ---- .. .---- .---.-- ----
see globe-circling rockets rise from Canaveral and when in purposes in South America. black chief on the River Nazarethon

dustries nearby are making "Moon Rockets." locked Don all Pedro hands seized below the decks money and Captain the East Trotter Coast blew of Africa up the Says Palm Beach Sheriff'sStill of clean the them'federal out,alcoholic a lot of unit peoplekvkuJJ to

set fire -la .tlle\'.. }. Fortunately "Panda Don Pedro and most of .. be killed.
It is a fascinating account of Martin County's growth Held Railrcad To remedy this condition, the
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with sidelights on the ancient Spanish days adventures of the tea........... .1... -.fi ....W ? a_ d a (old sheriff, that of, since Palm 1h Beach could County no longer was I

pioneers, the Ashley. Gang, the Boom, our phenomenal growth We do not vouch for this That sheriff still was operatedby I control the situation, and since the
1. or other tales told by "Old escaped convicts as many other Seaboard could! not be delayed
and development and a look forward into what is to come. II Timer" .in this edition. But in Florida, !|! the best thing for him to do was
illegal operations were
I"t .. we do vouch for "Old Timer." to move his still out of Martin
This is priceless edition, telling of our heritage and of our *_ 't'4'i He is the genuine article all und they were afforded a place to''I County, which he did. The ferryman
l l wool and a yard wide and stay until the heat was off. Bert I I did not get a pay increase, but
You
opportunities. will want extra copies for future reference. :
.
has supplied us with a numberof Babcock was sncritf of Martin the Seaboard was able to survey
You will want extra copies to mail away to tell the story of i: hitherto-unprinted yarns. County and he stated that if he I and run its. line where the still;
Martin By OLD IIMrR: got up a poeven with the help had been.
County. .. .
: Before Martin County was cre- .
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I A MODERN TRAILER PARKThat's ated the sheriff of Palm Beach

: Here's How to Do It Fill/ in Your Orders; ,1.1ailto Us Today \ Cool. Spacious and Restful County near had Indmntown a big "shine"but still when located .

: TilE STUART NEWS Martin was created that still was
I large landscaped Lots Shiifflebourd Clubhouse
Martin
then located in County.
I P. O. BOX 1047. 10 x 30 loot Path Excellent Drinking Water At that lime there was no bridge
STUART, FLORIDAPlease Phone Connections Available Close to Beaches! over the St lucic Canal but a
r a I Central Sewage All Sties! rollers Accom. ferry was the method of crossing! I
Direct Electric Residential Rates and every morning at around 2 dI:..
j reserve and mall for me one copy each of your Fiftieth Anniversary
the truck with I 1,200)
some gallonsof
C Edition to the following persons at 20e per copy, Including mailing charges anywhere 1 !Mile South of Stuart on U.S. I AT 7-2388 'shine would hit the ferry. Meet Chefs Richard and Elsie at theTRADEWINDS

: In the United Slates. It was frequently quite a jot to
push the hyacinths away from the
ferry and not an enjoyable job ona
NAME .............................._................................................._.............................................. cold morning If the driver of the
'shine truck' had the ferryman -
ADDRESS ........:.......?....,..._..............._........................................................_._........... a generous tip given, probably no Continental and American Experience:

CITY ..................................._....................._.............. MAIL ...............................,'........ hut complaint apparently would he have did not been and made(the Swiss, French, American Cuisine
I' I Terr)mini demanded more pay if ,
Open for Lunch 11 A.M. 'til 3 P.M.
m he was lo be on duly twenty-tour
hours a day Open for Dinner 5 P.M. 'til 12 Midnite
NAME ...............,_.........:?.....i........................................_...........................,....."....... At that time the Seaboard Air
Lino Railroad had projected its Late Snacks In Cocktail Lounge
ADDRESS ..........................._............................................................................................ rail line to Miami and the right-

CITY ............_......."............-..... -... ........-. ............ STATE ..................... .................. f-way Seaboard ran: close to the that still. the 1 Free Appetizer Buffet Free
: : : complained they
AlA North East Ocean Blvd.The .
were unable to survey the right-of- ,
I way as the still operators snot at Road to the Beaches
HOUSE & SPOUSE their surveyors and they wanted SIUART, ILORIIM 287-098
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Beautiful

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Enclosed please find check or cash for ............ copies at 20c per cop, {at 1
: Including mailing fees anywhere In the United Slate (If outside the U.s. allow a ,1 t An enjoyable day for this
: total of 35c for the special edition and postage.) PROTECTOROwn t sextet on a trip to Martin

County on Friday, August

: SENDER'S" NAME: .............................................._..................:...>......._......"*:..-.-..-.. a house? Then you need four kinds of house protection. 4lh. flirts additional sails
Protection In case of fire, theft, damage to contents and liability.
You're smart to get all four kinds of protection In a single State were released. Eight bonitos
e. ADDRESS ........... .... ........._......... ..................................................................._............. Farm Homeowners policy-at a low package rate And you're were also! token.
twice/ smart to protect your spouse with e Stat Farm Mortgage For the vacation
CIIY................................._......................_.............. MAIL....................,.................. Insurance policy-a special policy designed to pay off the mortgage 0a lifetime visit
w wt for her, should you not live to pay It off yourself. To find
wN out how very little it costs to protect both your house FISHNHOL1IOBILE
N ...... .....
-OK- for lift.SUU .
and your spouse, see your rind

; I am DOW_IIIklna up a list l and will! want! at least ................ copies of the Firm life Insurance Company and State Fnn Fire A
Z Historical Edition tamed for me. Please add that number lo jour printing run and end Casualty. Company. Home Offices,, ,Bloommgton, Illinois.' ..aYUYai HOME PARK COTTAGES
I will bring or IUD the ".' to )ou, with at that lime '
Payment I 10 aim on the waterfront just around the corner from St Lucle Inlet on beautiful Manatee Bay. I'
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tares a cow "I
NAME ?....?.........-.........................................-..........? .......?..?..... ?_?... h ;, Robert M. Johnson !New modern recreation room. Large concrete patios dotks, boats, bait available.. For. further Information
; writ

J' .. ...... ....m... .. .............. ....... ._ :. *, ft"'!, 331 E. Ocean Blvd. The Fishnhol RFD 1 Box -497 Stuart Florida
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I MTII ANNIVERSARY EDITION TIIT STUART' (TlnrHa.) NFUS Tnnrs fay, January 9, 19M f-CC: :
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Frederick H. Timson a 'Free Enterpriser' From Way Back First PTA Was the ment civic of Stuart and educational better. Post Was Named out.after the war wife Japes. broke I

Tlio objects of thin organization At that time In the early daysof
Formed in 1915 are to unite parent, teacher. For Hero KilledIn World War II, he was the highest .
I First 'Showcase Trailer' Driver Had a students and friends for active cooperation uMnmiMMorwd. officer in tho
From the Stuart Messenger of m school and civic work Army to be killed in action. \
The movement I was initiated I n\' the Bataan Fight lieutenant colonel/ at the time of
Friday. Nov 5, I9H
: local Woman's Christian Temperance I his death, he watt posthumously
Lot of Trouble But Licked DepressionArrests 'Uith a propitious outlook fot Union" ( imp Murphy, Arm Signil made a lull colonel

a very useful career, the Parent First officers were: !Protestor ( orps msl"ill.ition .it Holx S,>uiulI '
Teachers!! Association was formal I. A. Younghlood president! Mrs i il I \\nodlawn !Park In downt<
I I"), M t I.t, u.is mated for' ( clone I
I ly orgmizcd. Friday afternoon and I A Biheoek. vice president lilts Slum. where the Urban R
read that the state had i issued land: and he sent back his own I margin between victory and de l I "illI.1I11 Ht11f1'hl. oiu ol the I I ,
'I hunched toil dev
and upon what promises tobe A T Hogarth. ccn.'I.tr.1 i n d I ,,1"1 I i i t is is was
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orders that no one lacking car version. I feat."On a very fruitful campaign tot Mrs (iconic Parktretsuiu I Ice I IM 1 n.'n tinsel, I .1'' II 11.1 i 111 ,I iorh t' III I IlIc.is. the Land Man.1
plates should be arrested duringa In 1932 he was president of a Sunday morning at the .
period of He now drew Timson Bros Shoe Co. of Boston end of the second week I was .____.-_- _- __ -=00. -_-- -"'--=----
Jail Didn'tFaze grace __.__ == .:;.; =_ u_ _ .__ __-___-
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north from Tallahassee
up a petition for his release and selling the line in the South. headed I'
"You won't anywhere with The orders of his thirty other I and doing 55 niph when the
get 73 hitch broke Now all that held
salesmen had fallen off percent
TimsonThe Judge Smith the sheriff warned
"He's never commuted a sentence Unable to sell enough to pay the trailer was a steel safety chain.
yet' expenses, salesmen in all lines! were Car and trailer veered first to one SADLER-MIZE
following column from the turning in their samples and quit side, then the other. 1 hen a crash,
He did this one however and three times the trailer
Ft. Lauderdale News was dug out ting the road'Months repeated as
of 1 he Stuart News and other papers Timson and his trailer went their before," wrote Tim- rolled over on all four tides The
of the 1930s: way their first stop in front of son, 'I had kissed goodbye to the car headed for the ditch and turned n
Frederick H. Timson' shoe H. J. Greene's dry goods store. $5 and $10 a day hotel sample over on its left side
was a Nope," said the merchant, \\ith. unhurt and had learned
salesman out of Massachusetts. rooms and was stopping at $1 to "I was CONSTRUCTION -
who, in the depression, carried his out looking up, "I'm overstocked $3 rooms and eating light. My never to haul a trailer at more
on shoe's"Well. weight droped thirty pounds."In than 45 mph Even with electric
1,200::! ) samples in a house trailer,
in which he also slept. I just got out of jail," Miami one day a tourist brakes now part of the equipment,
said Timson "This Is a heck of a passed, dragging a house trailer. I you may not be able to hold the
Timson would park in front of town, where they arrest salesmen thought He doesnt have to pay road. The trailer was a total wreck,
a customer's store often to the and merchants won't even look at hotel bills or eat at high-priced but insurance covered all, and I I
objection of the local police. In samples" restaurants Right there an idea then bought a :27-foot:! job
all, he was arrested thirty times, His curiosity roused Green was born. I visualized a trailer "With so much more space, I Commercial Residential
released at the stition nineteen of '
these times, faced a judge eleven went out to look and ended by with racks around the living room added samples of five other lines 'I'II 'II
times and freed of placing a $1,080!! order. walls on which I could display my On my racks were 1,250 non-con- I
was by eight
them Timson s commission did not samples and drive right up to the flicting shoe htlemen'lI wom- I
cool his wrath At Winter Park dealer's door en's, children's of various types
Three times he was found he told a banker he was going to "I I bought an 18.foot job and and grades and I cleaned up.
guilty. Refusing to pay a fine and sue Stuart or Martin County. for had steel skeleton racks put around "Nearly all salesmen had been I ROOM REPAIRS
choosing jail two of the judges released $50000Dont. three sides Thus was fitted up, driven off the road!, so when I
him. The third didn't. That so far as I have been able to learn, rolled up and a dealer's eyes rov
was at Stuart in 1934 I waste jour time ac the first sample room trailer in ed over that array, it was like attending
At Miami he had applied for : visa) the banker Look at thlist America. There are hundred, m.iy- a shoe fair It saved our
of Florida bond Mar ADDITIONS REMODELING
new trailer plates. Miami had no prices. be thousands, on the highways today firm from bankruptcy. I traveledthe
1934 trailer plates as yet. hut t toldhim tin County's are quoted at a nickelon South with that sample room 1'
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i; the dollar, and aren'torth it.
his would be milled to him
'My sales more than doubled trailer for seven and a half years
A likely story, said Judge E. J. Seven years later, Timson married within two weeks and my physical and licked the depression to a fare-
Smith, fining him $5, with $1720 a Miami woman lawyer. Beth labor was cut by two thirds. Expenses thee-well. It en lib led us to retireto
coor. ten days retired and took to the road in a came down $20 a week, the Florida trailer camp life in 1941."
Timson took the ten dd\> Stuart trailer Tim on couldn't stay away
md Martin County then hid no from Stuart. He came back to
jail, only a stockade. Tim on's I jeer, but found he no longer wa
trailer was hauled inside for safe. mad. He and his wife wound up'by Stuart Commercial Club a Dixisteel
keeping. In that case,, Timson spending many winters at the
would sleep in his trailer bed, said Ocean Breeze Trailer Park at near
he. No, ruled the sheriff: he would by Jensen Forerunner of the ChamberStuart Dealer LI '
bunk with the other malefactors Building

But Timson' raised such a ruckus This I960 column by Wesley Commercial Club was the sue for more adequate sxhools, I I 1
that the sheriff not only gave in, Stout found its way to Mr Tim- and invited President Woodrow
but fed him in his t trailerOn son I by then living in a trailer forerunner of today's Chamber of Wilson to "stop at Stuart" on an For
the second day the shoe park at Matlacha, where the road Commerce. Back in 1915, with East Coast visit.
salesman got hold of a paper and from Ft Myers crosses to Pine h Stanley kitching as head and
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The year 1915 was a busy one
i ------ George Backus vice president, C'I The Commercial Club: endorsedan Florida's Middle-East
S Chcstcmian, secretary, H G. $850(),IKK) bond issue for road

Bailey, treasurer, and J. C. Hancock and bridges, was jubilant over
Curt Schroeder and W. C. signing of the contract for St.
The Place To Eat Simmons on the executive committee Lucie Canal; backed 'the proposedtown Coast
it was working hard for a charter, and erected a welcome .,
number of projects.. arch on the Dixie Highway.

Year 'Round These Included: construction of The newspaper of that time not-
S. improved highways, building of a ed:
highway bridge across the St. Lu "Practically all uf the movements '.
cie at Stuart, improvements of St or projects initiated or supported
Lucie Inlet and Harbor and completion by the Commercial Club
\i: ; 7. (. 0 of the Okcechobec-Stuart have either been successfully car. s \
Canal ried out or are now nearing a successful

Formed in, 1912, .it began plugging conclusion" .
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for a freight shed and a passenger Phone 287.2558 119 S. Dixie Stuart II.
) ;:z. station to bo btult/ ,by the 27 Men Started OBLIGATION ,
"" \;. FtC., urged advertising of the
city, promoted first bank, urged anadvertising II
I II program for Stuart, Stuart Kiwanis I ,
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I and raised $600 to build a bridge
, 5,1 : across Poppleton Creek It also On May 6, 1938 I
voted to purchase kerosene street

I y i. lights for the town. Stuart Kiwanis Club had its We Salute Our Pioneers.

! .{ ..', In 1913 it let a contract to publish .. "birthing" back in the spring, of .
2,000 advertising booklets tellIng 1938 when a number of leading
--ys .3, of the wonders of Stuart and business. and professional men,
I also published 2,000 maps for with Bert D. Keck, a Stuart architect
II distribution with the booklets 1 It at spark-plug contacted We Are Proud

I pushed for a and road backed from: formation Stuart i toIndiantown J.I E.that Nobles time of was Fort Iicutenant Pierce -whoat gov of

of the Stuart Band. ernor S. E. Division 2, Kiwanis,
"..PH4 In 1914 ft continued to push in Fort Pierce
for work on St. Lucie Canal, arranged At the time there was under ,tt
a meeting of the East Coast way a movement to reorganize the Martin :
County.
Canal Association in Stuart, looked Stuart Civilans Club and a meeting -
into possibilities of a bond is- was held for that purpose .
March :21:!I, 1938, but failed in lU
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SCHMIDT BFLIIVFR: IN replies consummation from Nobles In addition encouraging, two We pledge ourselves to offer our customers "

tOMMUMIY DISPLAYS the formation of Kiwanis were
M+e received and of the Idea '.
x Schmidt director fMartin sponsors
Stephen County mU'ICumbelieves, o immediately Iifor went into action. A the same fine service as we have in the past. We ..

that they should be "living! history prospective membershipwas

f.. ;... ," not just static exhibits Tothat drawn was and held an at organization the Pelican
end he has arranged a series meeting offer the finest that modern automotive
of community historical displays, Hotel March :25:! at which the first I cars ,
spotlighting the history of each officers were chosenPresentation !
community in Martin County, of the club's char-
SNACK BASKETMarie from the far past to the present! ter from Kiwanis International industry can produce. .
One of the first such exhibits, featured the charter party which
shown in late 1963, traced the history more than 200( persons attendee
and modem of In- at the Log Cabin May 6, 19)8
progress Simeon R Doyle, of the Buicl -Pontiac
and Tony LovisonU.S. untown and western Martin governor <
Florida district of Kiwanis,
County, "We hope to do the same pre.
II\VY 1 A COLORADO AYE AT 7-2153 for all a real of the county," sented the charter; Dewey Craw.
Schmidt declared. ford president of the Fort Pierce
j I .. club, presented a U. S. (flag to J.A. .
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i'I the club, and Nobles presented i a il
gavel and gong to Vice President
Keck, who accepted for the club, ,, I
C. Herold Hippler, vice president .
or Kiwanis International, delivered :
v'.w. the principal address of the eve-
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Meetings for the balance of 19)8

.""'' jr1 were held at Chisholm! 'i Grill, and ( ",..... .
hen for about a year at the St. \ ;
!r1 ''E.1 Luck Hotel before shifting again ,

for about a year to a restaurant ;.
operated by Mrs! le Bans and

located where the Rice Hotel now '//nrit' BUICK+P N a ems. -k,
is. The club met for many years
at the old Stuart Woman a Club
YOU'LL ENJOY STAYING AT wilding/
Charter t members numbered
wenty- even. They were Dr. 1..
I SOUTHWIND MOTEL W. Barnes, Keck L. C. Kickliter,
Dr J. D. Parker, T. T, Oughter- C 4 tth3r
IOn, the Rev L E. Thomas. C.
I W Long, Roger G Spicer W N.Cromer .

EFFICIENCY COTTAGES MOTEL ROOMSHeat T. C ,O'Stcen.John J. Moore J Fred, the Evans Rev, .......,.......-.- ---- ',. : ...

Earl J. Ricou, J. R. Pomeroy Clyde
Air-Conditioned, and TV Aikins, Sam A. Matthew. W L, "Your Dealer"
Sullivan, Charles O Pittman Jr., Buick-Pontiac

By Day, Week, Month or Season L C. Clements, A C. Counon,
I. R. Lowery, John E. Taylor,
REASONABLE RATES OPEN YEAR AROUND I Jamison, J. J. Ranney, J. B. McDonald -
Marvin H. Rowell and
I R. Ivan Taylor. Only Oughtenoo, AMITY BUICK-PONTBAC! Inc.
For Rate and RnervatiiNia Contact MARIE KIRK, Mgr. 3ounon and Dr. Parker still are inthe ,
club today of this original

Phase Stuart 287-0773 or 287-9772 US. Highway 1 Stuart Florida I group.Dr. Barnes was the club's first South Federal lighway ( U.s No. 1)) Telephone AT 7-2424 ,,

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\l. P MLSON estate development One of the the scene for what was to become $300) to $MX( ) per acre. Residential I
earliest: real 1 estate transactions the! Fabulous Fifties in Florida and commercial property in and II 'f
If you could hold I 160 acre took place in 1882 at Jensen Beach and Martin County.FABUI.OUS I close (10 Indiuntown is being heldat I r
against the Indian for !seven yean when John L. Jensen homesteads premium prices when comparedwith
in Martin County in the 1840s) you. about one mile of land along l FIFTIFS prices just a few yeah ago
could own it free and cluir Congress the river. Here!, John T. Stanley In the Fifties, Martin County During the Fifties there were
this law I 1842 to (
passed in built the El Fresco Hotel The ho- .
ranked the highest nine alone time Ihirt) five re il estate
among
encourage settlement in this and I tel was the center for all the big Counties with a population gain offices with about." sevens .fivi

other areas in Florda I business i deals in connection with of 120 per cent (from approxi salesmen and brokers operating in L .. ......,. ..
In I 1026. during the "boom pineapple. growing and at the lime mutely 7000( ( ) to 17,(XX) people). Martin County Previously then' "
days, a small tract of land with Jensen was the pineapple capital Person income increased! over: were less than tin offices retire
305 feet of railroad frontage and of the nation. 11 ill recorded that :2X!( ) per cent. Industrial. employ scoring! less than twenty salesmen! 1I 1 ::tI1;
157 feet on Fourth Street in Stu. in the early I 1890s W. 1 I.. Fredrick. ment was up 670 per cent. The Ilind broken. Because Martin County .
art was listed at $200.(000) )-"For a sen bought! ten acres on the bluff value of farm products showed a I seemed to be n fertile field I for ::..
short time only..' Terms were ones overlooking the river for $10)1)() ) 3'KI< per cent increase The assess. real estate.... operators. many of them ;
half cash, three year to pay the Fredricksen, a builder and pineapple sod valuations of real estate were moved in and opened office or : w
mortgage and at 8 per cent interest grower was a colorful char. up over 3X( per cent. Passengerauto joined! existing otfices In t the r-el
A 200( ).foot waterfront parcel in acter and ingenious in many ways tag sales were up 175 percent credit of Realtorism! it must he _
kitchmgi Subdivision by the old Jensen the "Pineapple Capital of Retail sales increased over staled here th.it many of the qiiestionuhle .
city pier was priced at $I onouu) the Nation" received a death 400( per cent. School population practices associated with .
In 192ft Acreage prices ranged blow" to its economy in 1895 when I from 1956 to I960 was up 155 the operators in the curly "boom
from $500 to $5.0 county in the boom days killed not only the pineapple crop sixty-seven counties in Florida. Board of Realtors, composed of i
the 1930s. Martin but the fish and crabs in the In. I brokers and salesmen, have done I
la acreage in I In 1950, real estate sales in Mar
County was purchased for as littleas dun River. tin County were just beginning to much over the years to regulate
$1 I.50 to Sit per acre. Oceanfront Captain Hugh Willoughby! a show some acceleration. In the and dignify the real estate; business ) I
sold for as little as $5 to mining engineer, ]jifler a decide Forties there was little. if any ; Not nil real estate people are I
$750 per front foot. trip to Florida in J877, demand for commercial propertyon realtors but Martin County can I the Tradition
In 1963 prices ranged from to make his home' in Si Augustine U. S. I or Colorado Avenue boust a high percentage About ROper () Continuing
$165 to $400 per acre for raw! and later was influenced to Good locations could be purchased cent of real estate people in I
(western purl of county) come to this area by Captain Hen for $10 front foot { n the county are realtors and are
acreage per
Sett all, for whom Scwalls Pointis bound code of ethics and I
and $200 to $500 per front foot ry the Fifties prices reached as highas by a
for ocean frontage. Homesites named Captain Willoughby pur $200 per foot. Ocean front on strict regulations
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range from $500 to $5,000 away chased a five-acre plot on Sew. Hutchinson Island went "begging! In addition, it should be stated ESTABLISHED IN 1914
from the water and from $4,500to ails Point and later was elected at $5 to $10 per front foot In the that realtors in this area have individually
$25000 for waterfront sites. president of the Sewalls Point Land Forties. In the Fifties island prop. spent many thousandsof
The above examples serve to Company. This i company spent erty sold as high as $300 per foot. dollars annually in advertising
$200000() to build ten miles of Jensen and the area In fact
illustrate the fluctuation of land Residential lots in Stuart, promoting
roads, docks and the first Sunrise
I Salerno sold of the realtors are directly
in Martin County over a and Port or were sues many
prices of about 120 years Inn. Captain Henry Sewall Honed off from $25 to $100( ) in I responsible for attracting new residents
period The history of real estate; i i in I at early as 1X89. cleared land, setout i the late Forties In the late Fifth and commercial: activity in
pineapples, bull a wharf and
Martin County cannot be mea ur. these same lots were sold from the area.
ed in dollars and cents Rather it I established a post office on SewalU $BO to $2.500. Today there are twenty-one realtors -
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measured terms of Point While sound real and twenty associates (salesmen
should be in many new estate
heartaches i Walter Kitchmg came here from subdivision ) in Martin County All officcs -
blood sweat romance developments
England and homesteaded land aWubasso have been in business five I For More Than
failures, and successes. The history were built during!: the Fifties, some Half a Century
of the people and early set. He \later purchased land developers affected by the specu years or more. Some hive been
tiers in the area is closely related on the St. lucie River for $1 1.2' I lation fever rushed into quick dc active here ten years or more' The
to real estate in terms! of early per acre, Ho .operated a trading velopment and lot selling programs I pioneers with up Marlin 'ounty
settlements, housing developments, bout I on a 100 mile river run from In some cases, the lam years of service to (
investors, land companies. grants, Cocoa to Stuart and Jupiter He was low and drainage was poor !include C. B. Arbognst John Taylor Personalized Service and Dependable QualityHAVE
survey companies, banks and was one of the first orange. and Lack of adequate planning, build Warner Tilton, Theodore De
mortgage companies attorneys, en pineapple growers He and hit ing and road construction requires hon (deceased) and Edward Mapp
wife donated the land for the Realtors have taken an active
gineen, builders and real estate I menu! were evident in !some developments -
Methodist Church and for I the in civic, and church i
agents. : North River Shores, designed part political
The early settlers and develop.en Dan forth Hotel m Stuart. He was I and promoted by the pas affairs of the community. I' BEEN IN THE BACKGROUND OF THIS STORE .
president of Stuart's first bank
such as John Jensen. Francis nccr realtor C. B. Arbogast and TilE SIXTIES
Plait, O D. Parker. W. L. Fred- which was organized in 1912. Com others; became a model residential
ricksen Captain Henry Sewall modore Stanley Kitching was alsoa development and set the hughes i The Sixties have already brought
Captain Hugh H. Willoughby, B. builder of this area. example of what could be done the fulfillment of many dreams by
M. Mulford, Waller Kitching, In early 1900, the communityof with fund in Martin County. Many business leaden. in the area. Even
t Commodore Stanley Kitching, the Stuart grew larger and more I II other creditable real estate developments five years ago few would believe
Sehroeders, Tyndalls!. Dyers Me- I prosperous( than the other com.mumtics I including residential com we' would have five to eight million .
Phersons, Kruegers, Cimons, Parks, : in the area. !In 1913, the mcrcml. agricultural, and Industrial dollars,, worth of constructs
Gutters Wrights, Pomcroys, Fra- population! numbered 400 11 amounting! to over $30.000MK .. annually in the early Sixt es. Real
ziers, Stypmanns and others too I 1914 a meeting was called and ( ) ) took place In' Martin County estate transactions averaged over
numerous to mention, were t h t"huiklers" i i seventy registered i voters agreed toincorporate during the fabulous 50s $5.(XX) ),(KM) ) per year for the first
of the foundation of the Town of Stuart In the 1950s, speculative lam four years in..the Sixties. Since Pioneer Stanley Kitching
Martin County real estate Wars, With the opening of the area by; transactions! m undeveloped acre According to a recent study released -
hurricanes, droughts! freezes, depressions the railway and the arrival of motor age in the western part .of the by the University of Florida .
' pe\tllence-come what curs there was more opportunityfor county was intense In the early; Martin County was the second began his little store, which grew into the Kitching &
muy-the foundation was firm the shipment of produce from Fifties. acreage prices ranged from fattest growing county on the Eau
and Martin County continued to the back country Fishing continued industries -I', $35 to $75 per acre. Coast of Florida within the period Eckess Store which we acquired in 1937 and have ev
to be one of the -
over the years. major 1959 thousandsof 1961 In-
progress From 1955 to April 1960 to July -im
Indians first inhabited the area Presidents came to Stuart acres sold for from $125 to orea.se of 29 per cent and 4.9H( since constructing modern Stuart
known as Martin County In fact to fish Arthur Brisbane, famed $200 per acre. The speculativefever inhabitants Martin was rated paneled our Depart.
they "owned all the real estate edtiorlal writer for the Hearst papers and changes in ownershipwas fourth, percentagewise! in the entire .
and fought ferociously with any. played a conspicuous part in slightly reminiscent of the state, ment Store in 1954, the watchwords have been personnliVcd .
one setting foot on their land. The the early development of the city. boom days of the 20s The national Projecting the picture for Mar
stories of many attempts by white The "pioneer B. W. Mulford 1958-59 recession!! put a damperon tin County, assuming the present service and dependable quality.
!settlers to settle between Fort family is given the credit for establishing the speculation. Land transactions rate of growth holds Martin County .
Pierce and Fort Jupiter and their the community of Sale of raw acreage slowed will have population of almost
skirmishes with the Indians contain r no. In 1910, Mr Mulford used down considerably until some of 40.000 by 1970.
accounts of the blood that was his savings to purchase the south the large citrus growers "discover Probably the greatest achievements AS DID THE PIONEERS, we stand behind what we
shed on the soil of Martin County half of the Hanson Grant in Martin ed County' in real estate in the Sixties
County. He built a home, built i :Ii'M H P. Hood and are the changes for the better The sell, handling on nationally advertised merchandiseof
COASTAL AREA commercial buildings laid out and Sons, Bessemer! Properties and newcomers will now find a fine
paved streets and platted town other large growers purchased land assortment of new and modem quality "the brands know'
Mammoths, Indians, pioneer settlers lots and farms. With each ten-acre and have already planted much of homes representing excellent val. you
"snow birds draglines, bulldozers farm purchase, the purchaser was. it to citrus While over 35000 ucj in all price ranges Add to this
and people all played a given a town lot This attracted investors acre of citrus land I it either planted the public improvements e w
significant role in the history. of and new people began moving or in the planning stage, it I is roods., and bridges, new utilities, IN THIS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY of the
real estate on the coastal region : into this river community now estimated that another 10000 to new and expanded schools, new year
of Martin County. known as Port Salerno. I 15000) ) acres will be planted with. and expanded hospital" facilities; ,
Although, the flag of Florida was I The ensuing years covering in the next few years. What will new banks, expanded library facilities founding of the town of Stuart, we wish to say thanksto
to change five times and the south World War I, the Florida land rush be one of the largest groves in the new and expanded I
ern east coast was to be divided (boom and bust), the great dcprev world, 8,000 acres is now in this seums new industry and Job all of you who have been our patrons and friends
into numerous counties with many lion, the sale of land for' taxes process of being planted by Min xirtunities" new and mU-1
t changes of names, the St. Lucie World) War II, and all had a real ate Maid, a division of Coca-Cola hopping facilities new and through the years. As in the past, you can depend on us
River (Santa Lucia) was mention. effect on Martin County real Company, just north of Indian- ter apartments' marina and restaurants -
ed on Colas map 464 years ago tate. Probably the most significantfrom town new and expanded tourist for service and satisfaction. We appreciate patron.
This river and the land around it [ a real estate and growth The advent of the big freeze of facilities, excellent newspaper your
is surrounded with legend and standpoint was World! War II December 1962, which damaged and radio coverage, reception on and .
romance. which brought hundreds of thousands all but 32 per cent o f Florida three to five major television channels age friendship '
The coastal section of Martin of military personnel into the bearing orange trees, but by-passed and better city and county )
County with its abundance of !state Camp Murphy in Martin the lush citrus groves in the Indian government in matters pertaining 'a
beautiful rivers. buys creeks and County, as an example brought River area was a boon to Martin to civic improvements, zoning and
waterways attracted the white set. thousands of people, military and ('{)mty Conditions being equal planning.All lURe AND MRS OSCAR KANAREK rMl 1
tiers in the Nineteenth Century.' civilian, who were introduced to Indiantown is destined to becomea this is added to the sunshineand ./1
The early history of the pioneers "londa mild climate and sunshine large and important citrus and ideal tropical climate whichwe ? AND AIRS IRVING ? '\"
is well covered in other ac for the first time industrial center with huge packing have in this picturesque "Landof KANAIUKi
counts in this historical edition of After the war service men and concentrate fertiliser and Rivers" Little wonder that we
The Stuart News and this story their families flocked into cities other citrus and agricultural oriented are the second-fastest growing 'MR. AND AIRS MAX AUERllACIl :
will mention only some of those and towns all over Florida. This industries Prices of acreage county on the Cast Coast of Flor- ,I
who were directly related to real and other factors served to let suitable for citrus now are from ida. ,., ,'
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Light on March 22 that year and young "Abe" went to work for Flaglcr I i IG.
for a short time on the railroad at Bahia Honda
He landed at Miami in 1913 and came up here from Palm Beach
buying a place in Palm City Farms "I was the only man who had a
camera," he explained, when he fumed over to us the negatives of these
wonderful old pioneer photos. He worked for Ralph H. Maxwell of
{ Chicago at the Maxwell Grove "for $20 a month as overseer and $3.50a I
day when I planted or mowed
He traces his family back to 1632 when Thomas Lincoln settled II I r
at Hinghani, Mass Ho is a cousin many times removed of Abraham
Lincoln
Old timers remember that "Abe" started making a pet of an alligator I
in 1915. After he had it for 25 years, it grew to be eleven feet
long and too big for "Abe" to control. Ho told it to Wild Bill Meredithat I I
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ol (the nauun's loaders! in industry and government ; In July of 1853 a group of ., r .of. ;,
fhe\ enjoy the privacy of the beautiful i island in beach collages men. under the direction i of the "' .

along its Atlantic shore. In gracious estates thtl look out over paint Lighthouse! Board, made a trip to .' Jl,'
Inngixl Mobc Sound, at the Inn Beach Club und Yacht Club or on the Jupiter Inlet Congress on March 1'v ,, 1'.
aol! course with its lawnsmoothgreens !] 3 of th.it same year had appropriated .
: The exclusive i land town,, the Royal Hospital ot this place for $15.000()( for the erection ,. .
major development! of which was more than one year and for fifteen. of f a lighthouse with an illuminate
begun hThe Hobc! Sound Com months as clerk in the Department ing apparatus of the first order '
p.lnIn '1111. has a history! thai of the Royal Domain near Jupiter Inlet in the state of : '
'That occu.ionhI Honda.. This lighthouse was to y '
goes hack into the days when Florida on many :
wai a province of Spam has brought ithI/ great risk of ,I mark a dangerous shoal off that 1 s
John Lee Williams in "The Territory losing his vessel implements of ,{I, point and 1 to guide vessels along
of Florida" for which he artillery from the Havana; that he the coast Out of the wildest wilderness
gathered material in 1833-37, refers has been one of the first who in I these men chose! what has 1T'ft
to the "old plantation of Padre this place presented! themselves II I always seemed the perfect site for
Torre on Gomez Island north of with enthusiasm to Your Excel this lighthouse.! Safe from erosion
Jupiter Ink!. now grown up with lency to take arms against the insurgents ,I from i its elevation of forty-
hushes but embrucing several of this Province as it is six feet it has !been seen by .ships
fruit trees that contend with cabbage proved to Your Lxccllcncy that eighteen to twenty-five miles ut '
palms for possession m the latter end of March. 1812 !sea lor close to 104 years. ? "v1
Williams also Mated that "St Lu- he brought and delivered in this This site at the junction of the
cie Island was formerly connect place as prisoner the insurgent Lo\ahatchce and Indian rivers, was
ed with Jupiter but in 1811. a Broadway, liken by the detachment part of the 9.088.60-acrc Fort Jupiter
mile in front of the present! north of Cavalry in which jour petitioncr reservation of Seminole Indian -
end of the island was torn away by enlisted in order to repel War diys On Oct. 22, J 1854,
storms" a party of those disturbers of the I : President Franklin Pierce signedan
The earliest written account peace who advanced in sight ol/ order !>setting aside sixty-one
about Jupiter Islimd of which there the Fort; and one-half acres of the reservation
knowledge is in Jonathan Dick "And finally in attention of his for lighthouse purposes
inson' Journal describing the deserving conduct and devotion Lieutenant George Gordon
savage Indians found there when to the tranquility of his country Meade litter the famous General
the harkentinc Reformation was which he merited the Meade of the Battle of
by confIdence
Gettysburg, JLPIItK IIGHIIIOUSt': and Navy Station us K looked buck in at Navy Mition the light walno"n us "1 he Sailor Star" by
wrecked in 1696. From DickinIIOn' of the Government which was the designer of this historic
1910. Photo (from snapshot f furnished by Sam Smith /former Chief curly manners along his coast.mortar .
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account it i& apparent in consequence in the most troublesomc lighthouse He has many monuments
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was flimsy and enforced only sporadically confided him the guard and watch more useful or enduring The first
by small groups of armored of this city by appointing him a plan called for a ninety-foot brick was ground out under the under the supervision of (he U. S. (ty at (he lighthouse! and the near cently built on the lighthouse especially adept In tracing t h e.
soldiers with blunderbusses who ward commissary; tower which was Inter changed to lantern Franklin, who has now toast Guard. Since Captain Sea- by Navy Stilton as submarines I reservation lines of the tower It is because us
made infrequent trips down from "And in consideration! moreover 105 feet, with an iron stairway anda passed on, was personally commended brook's retirement the keeper no took (heir toll, near the coast Artists und photographers find she says, "She! must have inherited
the big fort at St. Augustine to that he is one of the oldest Frcsncl illuminating apparatus for his heroism by Con- longer devotes u lifetime to nerving After the 'war the Nuvy Stationwas the red brick tower a joy to picture her skill trout her grandfather"
exert authority" over the natives. taints and a native of this mhahi'l with flashes Plans were also made discontinued but the CoastGuard One lady. receives a special She I is Mrs Silvudora Wood of
See "An Epic of Quakers Sea- and has not yet for a. keeper's dwelling twenty-six gresiwoman Ruth Bryan Owen. the lighthouse lain keeper I.orun personnel! from the welcome front Keeper Dyson I Kobe, Sound and her grandfather
men and Slaves Wrecked Here in any of the many bounties which by thirty feet In 1939 all the U S. lighthouses, comes for a tour of duty only. nearby instillation at l Dickinson V.SChen she comes to setup was General George Gordon Meade
1696" on Page 6-1 I in this edition. the Sovereign has with a liberal I By 1855 the material; was manufactured not privately owned. were placed World War II saw great uctivi- Park are housed in new homes re- her easel If her fingers went who designed Jupiter Lighthouse
JupilerIand's( history is a pan- hand distributed not only to thoseof and assembled. Jupiter
orama of Spanish explorers seek the name class with him. but Inlet chose this I time to close
ing to pry gold from I Indians whO' also to those who came to settle Major Haskm. and his "Battery D"
had none; Franciscan monks bring themselves in the same Province; First Artillery then stationed at
ing the word of God to the sav- "Therefore your petitioner supplicates I Fort Jupiter nude a desperate effort -
ages who didn't want it-old' records Your Excellency he pleased to open the inlet by digging
tell that they burned the to grunt him in absolute property through the dunes but the waterin d \
friars ut the slake- -shipwrecked I2.0OO( )() acres of land! on the I the river was too low und the I
manners many of whom were shores of Jupiter Island and of the attempt failed It was necessary
clubbed to death by the Indians; River St Lucie including! the old to deliver the materials by deepsea I
pirates and wreckers; and an English ''
English settlement l located o n sailing vessels to Indian River'
colony of Royalists who fled those shores. Inlet near Fort Pierce, from whereit
the United States at the time of In 1821 he sold H.OOO( ) acres, in- was lightered down the Indian
the American! Revolution. [ eluding the island, to Joseph Dthespme River on shallow draft scows,
Little is known of this colony, for $1 an acre, who sold which prdVeeTto lid 1&' 'weir nigh I !
except that it tried to grow indigo 4KX) ) acres in the following year 1 impossible' task Jupiter Narrows
during a short I period of English to Michael Lazarus, also for $1 with its maze oi mangroves/ cloudsof
rule I ot Florid i Is thought to nave an acre. Lazarus in 1824 turnedhis insects, heat and the shallows .
fled to the Bahamas when Spain piece for $.50.OIK)() ) to Timothy beyond and finally hostile Indians Hj Hjkra
took over again. Some of the while Street-und the price has been brought the work la a close.' .
settlers of the great 'Island of Ah- going up ever since. I Congress appropriated more mon- I' ..; ,.
aco in the northeast Bahamas are The Seminoles drove out t h e ey to transport the over 500 tons ; ,' t ').
believed to be descendants of the ,A
settlers around 1835 and during of materials and] equipment to the
old Jupiter !Island English colony the Seminole War there was firsta i I: isolated site By 1859 the light was .
There was another "modern English stockade then a fort at finally completed at twice the r16f
colony" undertaking the grow Historic Jupiter Light! JUPltcr'l cost originally estimated It was
ing of pineapples in the 1880s south end of the island( formally' lighted July 10. I860. r .
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One of the most interesting I in 1853 and in 1886. when JUpiter In 1861 the Civil i War.: began
chapters of Hohc Sound's history Inlet Life Saving was established and the light was darkened by a If',. I
i is the Royal Grant from Fernando Captain Carlin, the first keeper group of southern patriots This 1 '
King of Spain, through the built a residence of "pioneer I enabled blockade runners to slip t''f. 'i. ffi
governor at St Augustine to Eu.se- tunes" on the island into the inlet, which by now was "1/ 1 -
bio M Gomez, which was effected Magnificent siclewhecl steamers reopened Fortunately tht men i i J

in 1815 plied: blithe Sound back in the who darkened the light, removedand .. :,. : ; _
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acres on the mainland credited with having been the After- the Civil War the light "" .1. ,4, ,; .'" y y e r t
Here is the petition, translated first while resident on the island shone out again with a Captain "iif'i' ) : fi
from the Spanish which got him in 1881. followed in 1886 by Captain Davis of Key West as the keeper. >3 .....it..f.' ....$..1i'.,..,..., "I' ,1*' .. d. .' ; w., .' $; <
that big chunk of real estate! worth ( W" 5 h ,1 s
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"Don Euscbio Gomez an inhabitant River Pineapple and Cocoanut became the keeper, a position JUPITER SCIIML BOAT "miMfc:," said to have been a lifeboat from the lar school boat was used on the South Fork of the it Lucia to bring children
Grove Association of Florida
of this eity\(St. Augustine formed. was he held with dignity and com- Spanish-American War battleship, which was used! before there were any rtuids to school at Stuart.
for
) with due respect represents The Indian River Association petence and panther over roamed forty years.the woods Bear and bridges to transport! the children of Jupiter area pioneers. to school: A simi-
to Your Excellency, that wishing
Ltd., an English group 'bought around the lighthouse Early trav-
to increase his means in 10m. in" from 1904 to 1908! They were elers who came down the Indian
measure with a view to procure Vorkshirenun who first saw the River by sailboat, wrote with Children Went School the
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I : his own support and that of his land from early steamboats pleasure of hunting with Captain to on Jungle 'Waterways
family composed! of his wife, five "
u, But actually the island Ieplin Armour and his dogs. He and his
children and some slaves and inconsideration

that the government Company the sun"acquired until the control Hobe in Sound the and assistant passengers keener of rescued the steamer the "Vic.lor" crew In the No Roads and No School Buses

of sired this that Province the land has thereof always be cultivated de- of early exclusive Thirties development and began the which plan in October, 1872. Early Days;
Captain Armour retired In 1908
and inhabited in conformity -
has been !so !successfulMORFJLPIItRIIOBt, .
and was succeeded his
to the intention of the Sovereign law: Joe Wells: who by held the'son-in-post longest in service and best re a five or HX-pound jack crevallefor boy managed to deliver the last nearly frantic until! he was discovered

'Therefore. and attention that : I : SOUND for six years. The little cemetery She Recalls memhvred He was not a doctor but ( the fish tew he loved ti> make few children while Wells got the huddled wet and scared.
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your petitioner has on many occasions illS IORIC\L III-MS"! at the lighthouse now kept bright !some time in his youth had brief- and keep in hit firclvsit cooker for old man into dry clothes, by which under the dock,

!served His Majesty and See more Jupiter and Hobe with flowers. has a small head ly studied medicine titles were lunch the next day lime he was in a fine glow and In 1 1911, tho entire school! embarked -
this Province u.s he has been employed Sound historical items in other stone "To Our Babies" in memory Tales of Old' the vogue in those days, "UIIC" or Since Doc lived up thu main no worse fpr (he ducking; upon a historic all-day expeditioni .
as the attending officer of sections>> of this special edition I Of died the in Wells children, all of whom "C p" were the most common branch of the toxahatchec, ha In those day before. roads! and to West Palm Beach so
infancy.
.. ._-- -- -- Captain Tom Knight was the Boat 'Maine'By Doc was a widower with two first picked up the children as he bridges when everyone traveled that the children might tee their

next keeper for only a few months nearly grown sons, Merle and !came down the river They were by bout, the school house was the first airplane. An extra boat was
-I i when he exchanged post\ 11I'1 t hCap..n BKSSIl. WILSON DUBOIS Bertie. They lived on a homesteadfar deposited on the old railroad dock center of all activities and social chartered for the occasion and picnic
Charles Seabrook who had up the l-oxahatchee There near the post office (now Jupiter life and the school boat also participated -
l---[ \ recently come1 to the Hillsboro In- Lust year we took the ferry at was a hell at the helm of the Marina) tC) walk the short distance : lunches were packed for tho
'.i .; '. : let I light front the Tbee! light on 'Mayport Fla. in mid-afternoon. school bout which Doc bunged as to the schoolhouse which was thinin On one memorable occasion whena ,,"-day expedition! For two and
< the Georgia coast Captain Sea- A number of young people came: signal! to Bertie who operated the the vicinity of the", present Jupiter local bachelor brought home a one.half hours the bout chugged
I IV brook served Jupiter lighthouse for I I II engine in the stern Often liarlie 'Town Hall. Then he went over I bride front Miami the entire Jupi. ulong between the mangrove wall
k'k I aboard with I !book under their
L Ii i twenty-eight years until forced to would be day-dreaming or did not li> the inlet and tint lighthouse for ter population met (hem ut the of the Inland Waterway to LakeWorth.
..... retire because of ill health. I I arms. This brought back memor- hear the bell over the noise of the the second, group. depot The bride and groom were \ They were landed on a
''' I In 1928 the Jupiter lighthouse ies to us of the old days in Jupiter motor and! Ihe clamor of the kids One day both Doc and! Bernie I placed in the school boat which sandy strip on the lake. front now
t met its supreme test during the'' Fla. when we rode the school When Bertie failed to respond were absent' on jury duty and the wa lighted with Japanese lanterns known as Cume Park. Here they
1 rAi great September hurricane of that boat hack and forth to school, Doc would cut loose with a yell school boat was entrusted to hi* und led a procession of moforbouts Idled m amu/ement at the contraption
:;. IA)' .y year The light/ had recently been i some forty odd years ago. It was like, a banshee. He was a nervous, I father-in-law, an old man named to the home of the happy couple.In of wires, wings, ropes and
.: ltI' 1'1' converted from the old system of named the "Maine" and was saidto alight-built man but as a rule Graves with long white hair and the absence! of the bridegroom pedal' that was supposed to be
..' mineral lamps, with weights; and have been a lifeboat from, the kindly and popular with the chil whiskers, and one of the older the ladies of the village had cleaned able to fly finally a man climbed I
pulleys which, wound at intervals, famous old battleship of the dren. i hoys. It was cold and windy. As and entirely refurnished the into the open seat, the motor behind .
turned the great glaM mantel. These Spanish-American War. The "Maine" was a double-end- I they uttomptod to land at the house. him began to roar and he
were discarded and electricity installed The school boat first began its er. thirty feet long., and seven feet lighthouse. clock the two somehow Human nature being what it is was off down the field The children -
A diesel motor was to be run in the winter of 1903-04. Dr wide. The Cittlil1ll. with saMe around got their Mgnal,, crossed. The bout inevitably the young passengers carefully herded at a distance
used as an auxiliary in case of I Jackson, who started the service, the sides, covered about fourteen came in too fast head-on to the occasionally got t into trouble One : watched open-mouthed as he circledthe
power failure. Early In the 1928 also! taught school assisted by his feet of the boat. This wan equipped ,I dock. Old man Grave* Jumped up I little fellow wan always in sucha field /at an altitude of front
hurricane the power went off. The daughter, Mil Mary Jackson, until with side curtains which were on deck and reached for a long' hurry .to yet home that he sat 5UO to I.OJO> feet He was plainly
diesel refused to Mart but Jupiter they moved to Cocoanut Grove rolled up in fair weather but on pole kepi of the cabin in on the", bow of the bout as it approached visible' to them ut all times, star
light did not fall. Captain Sea- in 1910' where he became an Episcopal bad day enclosed the cabin so I I an effort\\telrt off but 1 too late the dock ready to be the ing clown through his goggles. Aft
j brook installed the old mineral clergyman/ Ha was also>> a snug that you did not know He wa knocked overheard. Hearing first one ashore He was warned er he landed lunch wan served and ,
lamps and then because his father medical man so it might be said reached your own dock the cries, Captain Joe Well, repeatedly but one day as the bout they embarked fur the journey 1
was suffering from blood poisoning he took care of the mental, physical until the boat bumped against it I' keeper< of the llghthouM ran down docked: overboard he went Afraid home, little dreaming this. new
in his arm, his ton, ten-year- and spiritual need of the com and your name was called.: the dock and pulled him in. The of being/ punished he cause up under airplane would "become) an almost
THE SEMINOLE CHIEFS standing on the dock at Jupiter m old Franklin, went up Into the munity., The older boy usually kept a poor old; fellow wa shaking with the dock and hid. His mother common method of transportation
1891, left to right are Cypress Tiger, Jimmie Gopher and Billy tower which win. by then swaying After he left there were severalmen trolling: line out on the trip and cold so Well hurried up to bu had come down to meet the boat while the familiar old school bout
( Stuart Jupiter was t gathering place for the wily aborigines! as as much a* seventeen inches and who at various time took there were some lively tussle as I I home and returned with a tumbler I II and when the cry went up her son would become .a relic of the past.
,(ar back a* before tho Seminole War, turned the lantern by hand One the contract to run the school they pulled uin a snook or, best of I.I half full of 'whiskey which I Ihe had fallen overboard and he did The old "Maine" wa destroyed r |
of the buflwyes blew': out and boat but Doc Blanchard wa the all a* far Doc was concerned, Tlctjrn downed gratefully The not cometo the surface she wa la the 192J hurricane.,

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Spain' WM In Its' glory 402 yean ago hi 1562 when fhh ancient Spanish map of Florida wa drawn on parchment. The Carib Inditing!, shown by the carlo
grapher In hunting, 'fkhlng d tribal ritual scent around the border of this map, were the first residents of Jupiter 1 Maud and Martin County, building their village on
mound!of oyster shelli In seacoast Jungle. Of 'Interest b the depiction( of Lake Okecchobve, then called Muyacn, and It Is evident that the early explorer were familiar with
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flags have flown over romantic Florida Dickinson and his band were taken captive to
since Easter Sunday, 1513, when Ponce De Leon landed an Indian village near Jupiter, which Dickinson de.
to hunt the fabulous Fountain of Eternal Youth: the scribes as "Hoe Bay." It is believed that the Spanish
banners of Spain, France, Britain, the Southern Confed called Jupiter Jove, and that Hobe Sound was named
eracy, the ill-starred Republic of Florida, and the through misinterpretation of the word.
.. United States.
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',r 1''" And Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound, has shared with the original Spanish Grant to Eusebio M. Gomez.In .
in this rich historical background. Here, legend has it,
0 t Franciscan Padre Torre conducted a mission among the past half century, the Island has seen
I\! : the Tequestas. construction of many private winter homes, and still
retains its charm and quiet.
On this shore in Sept., 1696, the barkentine
.,. rr. Reformation was wrecked. En .route from Port Royal The Town of Jupiter Island joins with others
(. .\ in Jamaica to Philadelphia, its Quaker passengers en. who have helped Martin County to grow in this Fiftieth
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dured hardships and privations described by Jonathan Anniversary Edition.
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Carried Mail By a Wagon Team\I THE DAUGHTERS: of the Amercan Revolution dedicated plaques for lh;Jupiter'-" Fred;'Cabot, Captain Ciirlin.; Dan Ross Harry 'DuBois, Tom Mitchell and John \

Lighthouse and the old Jupiter Life Saving Station on Nov. 1 14 I9W). Shown Grant] Front row: !Ixwh King Mn. John Grant. Mn. E. B. King Tag Kyle, Mn. 1 I

By BFSSIE WILSON DUBOIS Will Armour related that one and The Armours above are members of the old Life Saving crew and their families In a photo takenin Fred Cabot l.yd. McConnell Mn. Tllu Alchcr. Charles Carlin and the Life Saving .
unforgettable. the early 1890s.()! Pictured from left top are Mrs. Fred Mc{ ill. Graham King Station's dOli."I' .
night his father looked I must have watched for the stern
item Here is an early Hobe Sound I from the lighthouse and saw up-river the I wheel Indian River steamers "St. 'J ."'y y ,1.. ...,. "--Ti' '' ,,. .._ -r-
gleaned from: "THE TROP- Hohe Sound house; in flames. It Lucie" "St. Sebastian" end "St. Au. ; : ) : .. i '
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ICAL SUN-May 27 1891-John I was a fairly large house with four gustine" as they passed down river :' ;" / A\ < ..,, a f' :, ,
Cleminson director of the : : : ; : '" ,
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String Band entertains at a soiree Allen had taken the ashes out across from the lighthouse. No ".' ; ". ,.. "" .' t 's YfJ!' artt ,l d
at Poinci.ina, country place at of the stove and placed them in doubt jovial Captain Bravo saluted : : 1i v. '<\ l t ': ,
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Hohe Sound of Captain and Mn.J. a can on the back porch beforehe them with a cheerful blast of the ; t.N. ,:;".\ 1 :
A. Armour given in honor of went to bed.! They were still hot steamboat whistle. Here the children ., .. :'L' : .. & .f
the Life Saving men whose season and set the place afire. We have with visions of bright color ,
closing.. Dancing still going on, ed the t ,', "K1ivt'P' i.tQ .
not learned how much of the candy surely greeted trade : ,
on arrival of 8 a.m. steamer." house was damaged. I boats with screams of delight.We ''' : '

This little item was so intriguingthat Later part of the property was cannot overlook John Cleminson .,.., ''t .\ yips : I,' ,.) ,
further investigation seemed sold to the catsup and pork and with his string band. He wasa a : ,I f'i" t 111., 1. '.1f I ..' 1
in order. I knew of course that t beans family named Snyder. Since' benevolent gentleman who stayed a .1
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Captain Armour was keeper of Jup a Captain Allen is listed as the i at the Carlin House; sharing a fI k" -I : fk rr ':t-.I'1 1l.in
iter lighthouse for forty years taking former owner of the rest of the room on the third floor with John '" 111. i.n1 .sjt Ii '. .i J'' '..1 "., !'
charge shortly after the light property we are inclined to won Grant which they called their "sky .' ; ... .
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was placed in service again after der if he was the same who mind parlor. He helped build I h e ', ''';;, .' ,
being darkened during the Civil ed the post office and inadvertently Carlin House was most kind to ,, .....,
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War.Will started the conflagration. the children and taught them mu- ,..
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Armour now living in West (Palm ceeded in was sue.. 1 The Tropical Sun of April 15. \ \\1.1
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Beach said that his father dido of Evanston III., before the I 1891 mentions J. Cleminson as 'fir M ,',IM" .,T :t.' ."\ '' ,.. I' ; .....1
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n a home at Hohe Sound. It old house became the property of has him S.r:. f' 1. :. :
clerk of .i '
serving as I the : : HI '
was also the first Hobe Sound the Dawes family In 1928. It is court. Mrs Marjory Stoneman .> ;: : ] \' ., : .
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to spend much of his time at the Mrs. Leonard Kirby who have restored Everglades" that Cleminson also :<- ,
lighthouse a man named: Allen the old house with taste I
carried the mail the head .
lived ul the Hobe/ Sound place; and and tender regard for its past.The hike Worth by wagon to before the of '. ., ',.... "'.
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post view of the Sound down Celestial Railroad She pictureshim t
I learned trout another source toward the lighthouse from I the walking ahead of his mules '.
that the name 'Poinciana' came I seawall is truly beautiful hut the playing his violin
from a Royal Poinciana tree that vista down river for miles from This is all I can glean from one I i :
grew on the property the second story is breathtakini! Hohc> Sound news note.

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there was plenty of time for family picnics too in between wrecks, of course. working as a maintenance man for Martin County schools in 1958. His family
/ The widow of Dan Ross, Mn. Belle ROM lives in Palm City as do hit daughters, live on AIA south of Stuart, John Grant, a former Kobe Sound old-timer anda I
Mn. Leslie Welch and Mrs. (Uona, Smith. Other children: Mrs. I B. S. Koos, member of the crew, has three do daughters Fort Lauderdale.A4.r .

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A ten-yearolJ! freckle faced The Kitchings crossed the Atlantic 'J'J
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down to the riverfront at Sebastianon went on by Atlantic Coast Railroad ... 111U11111L! ,!":.1., 1 '" l
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His father had! established a gather supplies the Kitchings went
trading post there-but the boy' on by side-wheel steamer up the -- '-'-; f f'n
was suffering the "agonies of the St. Johns River to Sanford and ?w .. : i
damned" because his family made! then by l stern-wheeler to t a k ePomsett
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Faimllcroy English school suit boy" and a! little show Lord and!! Shortly m. after their arrival at Se :,,'.,,). !Jf.;.. ..1H.H r r

stockings.! ba.'l1an, a sixth child was born to I 1frjj 1w 1-
Down by the river there was a the tchmgs. and she was named : tl't.\: \ .
Cracker boy his own age in ragged Florida after her new home ,
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shirts and pants, barelooted. weir She I is now Mrs. Ivan T Rcmherl
ing a straw hat and! throwing a of Riverside Drive Stuart In .ill
cast.net for mullet. Sjlvunus) and! Martha Kitching had
"Right there is where my life eleven children.
changed!." Stanley, Kitching used Still surviving arc Mrs, Rem- r
to recall. "I I traded that boy
my bert; Reginald Kitching!. Golden
little Lord Fauntlcroy suit for Gate: Sylvia Skelton Rio; Agnes
his clothes and! his c.tM.net and Ricou Stuart; Mrs. May HardeeSehusti .
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was a floridian ever afterward. in; and Beatrice Paxton w < rv ... ,
Commodore Stinky Kitthmg in Stuut Others were Mrs (harle
his nautical cap, became Slu irt's Glass Mrs C. E Schroeder and .. ,
first propsmentof better waterways Cleve Kitching, Stuart, and! Mrs

und a deeper never St flagged I tucie in Inlet fighting for the for R. S. Robertson Jensen Beach 1 Our Offices at %)()0 Colorado Avenue Arc in the I lk\ut I of Stuart's lixpandmg:
As of 1wpl'!
a young man twenty s
Intracoistal Waterway and for the
Central Business Area.
St. Lucie Canal and the Okeccho Stanley came to Stwirt i also m
bee Waterway from Stuart to Fort I Uncle Wallers advice and open. Vaw
ed a small store for the sale of
Myers For his
many years tug
cold drinks just t north of what is
boat was a familiar sight the
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now the Reliable feed Store on ,
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St Lucia River and was the official n1 P 1
boat in all early rce, itt.is. F'lagler Avenue I In due course.
He became this areas Grand! young Stmleys store grew Into
what be considered the A from Don
Old Man of the Waterways" serv- might of a modern drug store predecessor Message O'Kelly :
ing for thirty years as member! of
and he built
eventually a larger dry
the Florida! Inland Navigation Dis
goods and department! ) store, whichhe
trict the last twenty as chairman.He
finally sold to the city as the
was a man of confidence and hall. COMMOOOKt: : SI'AM: .IV' KM'('I UNO: stood! ninthly for waterway .
present city
of infallible Stuarts memory first stores operating. which later one I A bachelor until he was nearly improvements all his long life in Stuart He was the towns THIS EDITION TELLS OF THE PAST LET US TAKE A LOOK AT
became Kitching & Eckess in partner fifty "the Commodore" marriedthe first Chamber! ol ( ommcrci. (Board of l Tndel M.OCreldfIInl! whit ,
hip with Ben F. Eckess, and! former Naomi. Neil of Cleveland was known as'a booster He lived to see the Intrneoustil Waterway -
is now Stuart Department Store. Oho in 1923 and! she still become ri reality und dedicated! Martin Count) budges>> to
For a lifetime his slogan was lives here. In memory of her the ocean m IIISII.I .
'Ask Stanley He Knows" and husband, Mrs. Kitching contributeda I
that was true until his death at Joy Postle mural to Stuart's art; the Board of Trade, forerunner I II was he too. who helped procure TODAY!
eighty-seven in 1961 I Woman's Club in 1962. I of the haniber! of Commerce; the land f far Ihe original
and the first Church Woman Club, A Woman
Many local institutions owe their It was as organizer and first Episcopal in great
founding and survival to his interest commodore of St. Lucie River the city. He retailed early days>> Club advocate, Stanley shrewdly
and guiding hand Yacht Club in 1916 that Stanley when Sunday! school was held on reasoned that there would he more
the of the Stuart Hotel and made of his charter boats i If!
Born at Warrm ton. Lancashire, gained his title. The yacht club porch use
England, in 1874. Stanley came to was destroyed in the 1928 hum how he used to bring the preacheracross the women folk had something to
the river after a do while the boys went fishing
this country as a !boy of ten the morning
eldest of five childun! ': accompanying ) cane.After the yacht club was blown service in Fort Pierce to conductan Sluurts Youth ('enter owes its Currently U.S. 1 l IIi h\\'uy, the major Hust Coast route, i is being four
afternoon service the old existence to the commodore lot
in
his and Martha down. Stanley and small ot
Kitehmg parents. HIs Sylvanu father had sold former members "kept a it alive"group for church on Albany Avenue. Thi'I it was he who donated the line! laned through! Stuart und by next I Full this super.n odcrn highway will

his clothing store at Warrington many years In an upstairs room of was long before the Stuart !bridgewas on which the center stands be completed throughout) Martin County.
and come to the United States on the Oughterson Building, where constructed! and Stanley'slaunch In fact. name anything t hat I
\ the advice of his brother. Walter "St. Lucie River Yacht Club" was was one of the best waysto started in Stuart !helore the cummodorcs -
who had spent some time cruising emblazoned on an office door. It cross the St. lucie retirement and somewhere .
up and down the Sebastian River survived! as a poker club. The commodore was also one you will And a trace of his Martin County is currently listed us among the top two fastest growing '

and persuaded Sylvanus to establish A great conservation. Com pf the Group whose visit to Tallahissee hand, if orly') in..!the hiekground counties on the Hast: Coast of Florida with u 29 per cent increase since t
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a trading post in what is now modore kilching established the in 1925 led to the found Rightly he was ollen called Mr.
Sebastian first Izaak Walton League in Stu- ing of Martin County. Stuart." the 1960 census-mid predictions arc that we will more than double( in

--'- population by 1970, only six years from f now.

to sit t on. the children/ sat on a
Teacher Tells of long backless bench with a conlinuous -
Pioneer Hardships slanting hoard in front to The Minute Maid Corporation and other major citrus growers and pro.

prop their 'hook against Then than 10UOO() ()( ) of citrus in
there was a desk and bench down censors arc developing more acres new grovcs

In 'Leesville' Here each side of the room and a place western 1 Martin County -und these will' be coming into full productionin
Early Days at for me to walk up and down in
the center. When it rained.l the roof six years.Progress .
leaked so badly I had to put up
Editor's note: Mrs. Susan down by a big pine tree and wait- between on the long sides of the my umbrella!

Sanders DuBois taught school ed. About 10 p.m. we saw a light room There were lour or five boys I taught children just beginners is being! made on the Pratt t Whitney access rO'HI": the pavingof
the home of the to almost old I
at "Leesville in the family belleIWO! young some as at
They had sent out a search party of Martin I lighway to lap rich citrus lands and on Ocean Boulevard to
James P. Ices family out on men boarders I was assigned to was lor the princely sum $40 ,
the South Fork in what is now for the children. We were pretty sleep with the t\\elve-year-old per month My hard and washing link Fort Pierce and Stuart. ,
Tropical Farms sixty-seven glad to see them. They took us daughter was Sit a nu nth. There was an
years ago James P. Lees brought home, fed us and gave me dry I said kind ol hesitatingly "Isn't old hatch who walked out from
his family here in 1896 Mrs. clothes as my trunk was still at there going to be any pnv.icy for Stuart on Sunday. It was eight
DuBois wrote this article in Stuart. The woman of the house me to retire?" So they went to the miles through the woods and Grumman Aircraft and (Engineering! Corporation is now breaking! groundfor !

Palm Beach when eighty-two in was about my build but a foot boat got the sail and draped tt twelve miles by the river. He. a sub-assembly plant at our airport. und a number of firms in the
1959: shorter The mother and the daughter around my bed. The bed was a brought one big horse banana for
!S'IIOOL 'II-:,UIIINGIN : had only one pair of shoes between homemade affair with a two-by- cveiyone of the I.Iefamily and national motel und restaurant! fields are making! advance moves to share
EARLY 110RIDV them the father and the four down the middle! and barrel two for me here I was a young in our certain growth.
boys did not have any The father staves nailed to it from each side man who worked in the store in
By did have of bedroom Stuart who rode out on his hor'ICocelllonally.
Sunders DuBois a pair slip- I and the mattress was filled with
Hire Susan pers which he loaned me The shredded saw palmetto leaves The I One time he broughtout
I would like to relate a I little of mother got some clothes out ofa house by the way. was also thatch I a shoe box of candy whenwasn't I
my experiences as a school teacher trunk a brown mcreno dress cd side and roof with palmetto there. they informed me THESE AND SIMILAR ACTIVITIES GOING ON TODAY ARE
away back in 1897 i with a train I think she said it leaves. A washed out fertilizer I half was for the twelve-year-old
My father and married brother i was her wedding! dress. sack was tucked over each win- girl I I've always wondered if that
Florida before my sister The next day I burst out laugh dow opining The house had a part was 'so-anyway we went into
were in
und myself came down in the summer I Ing and I suppose' they thought I wood floor there was a long home time he/ bedroom they had to built divide a little It. By frame-that WHAT MAKE THE REAL ESTATE VALUES OF TOMORROW
ot 1897 There were five men was going crazy until I explainedhow made dining table with backless
work around the bed and lacked
to every woman and school teachers 1 happened to look down and !benches the same length on each
Fertilizer sacks on It. After awhilewe
were very !scarce The teach noticed the big number ten slippers side The cooking was done in a ,
er's examination for that year had The dress just reached my separate shack, heard a noise and looking up
WI saw her three small brothers
been held !before I arrived so theysent knees, \\'e wore them ankle length The regular bill of fare was un- banging from the rafters like May We Show You Our LisliugrRESIDES'I'IAIAGIICUUfUitALINDUS'T'RIALCOMMI
me to Titusville to take the in those days, and the little train salted oatmeal gruel, fried suit I monkeys watching us.
examination there Dade Countyat behind just grazed the floor. I did pork. baking powder biscuits! for I The teacher at Jupiter had been
that time ran up half the state. cut a funny figure but after a big breakfast and the bacon grease to laving trouble with the trustees
I was assigned to a little school i laugh the ice was broken and we goon them For dinner and supper and to punish her they sent her I EltCIAL
just started out in the woods west I soon became acquainted. we had black-eyed peas, tweet potatoes out to the little: school I was teaching -
of Stuart I arrived in Stuart about I But to go back to the night before and grits. and sent me into the Jupiter
II I am Saturday School was to i when it came time 'to go to The school house was an 8 by school after Christmas. Here I met hroughottt Martin County
start on Monday There was a I, bed! They all lived in one big room 12.foot palmetto shack with no my future hU8l\and-but that is
store and post otfice combined run I a bed in every corner and one floor and no desk for me but a box another story

by one of the Kitching brothers I II __ __ I
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Leesville, as it was then called. was I
m to meet me They said i two children w d CsF
had walked in. so after rounding .
them up we started out. |I
fall and the woods
It was a rainy '
were full of water After walkingdown ]I .1 0 ..r r ,
the railroad track for a mile J ,,' rr, IPi ,
or more we struck out through the II ",
woods. It was cloudy and overcast 1 r
and in about two houn ,we were I I \
back at the railroad again. We I
started again but by skirting the
bit ponds we found ourselves once ,
more back at the tracks to we :.frAt,

looked for the next", blazed tree I .. .. .. ,
would further. ,. .
before we go any II '
waded right through the big ,. :t
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ponds We had only a pear and a Je r _I DON O'KELL & Co.

peach to eat all day which I gave I Ii I :

eight to the and children.the other One a was girl a twelve boy of c_,. ,- "'",,,,,,",.\/...(...... ..,'

The boy got wet and! cold and be-
gan to cry so 1 gave him my raincoat
and plodded on through the ,
Then they began to tell ;

me and ponds.the cotton-mouth ponds were full moccasins of alligators, so 900 Colorado Avenue Stuart AT 7.2500

know how terribly
frightened you might I was but on we went TIns WAS the little palm-thatched school at Jupiter Lighthouse in 1898. From the Tibbili collection
of It of the earliest schools.
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in 1912 there was only one automobile in Stuart and in 1914, fifty years ago, Quarries"Gospel D.O.Navy", who at Stuart founded in the affiliation

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who died in 1938 at seventy. >
eight in Stuart und hit wife,
Mrs. Rebecca McQuarrie, who
died in 1938 at ninety-four in

Today There Are 12,637 Atlanta Stuart ,cemetery.Ga., are Mrs.buried Roberts in the

who taught and served a termas 1 e'tr ., ,
principal of the Stuart school
in 1904-1910. was the first society
7 (Not Counting the Vehicles Brought Here by Our Vacationers) reporter for the first Stu. THIS TENT housed a Bible Conference held near Stuart Hotel, with the Rev Neil McQuarrie in

art newspaper in its formative charge, on March 5-15. 1911.
days. She is the mother of Charlie
Roberts', sports writer for schools and churches, remaining
The Atlanta Constitution for at some towns a day or two, at
: And Count the ChevroletsWe twenty-five years and who is others for a week or more while
married to the former Louise conducting revival meetings' advertised
lowery daughter of Mr and in advance. .
Mrs Harris Lowery Sr., Stuart His trips would .be of a. week's
residents since 1925. Dr. Charles
to a month's duration. Sometimesa
E Roberts Mrs Roberts' husband fellow minister would "sail" with
Are Proud of the Position We Have BuiltIn who died in 1926: at fif him, sometimes the mciubcri of
in Atlanta, and
ty-two daughter the family and occasionally, my
Elizabeth, ire also buried husband, who conducted the sing.
in Stuart. ing and solos those oc s
sang upon
This Area's Automobile Field By MRS MUTIE B. ROBERTSThe casions. Father's work at Jensen,
Oak Hill, Vero Beach, New Smyr
Rev. Neil Phail McQuarrie na Beach, Miami and the Keys
anchored his "Gospel; Navy" at stands out most ui my memory. I
Bill Greene Chevrolet Company started the Chew Stuart in 1909, und over a half The Rev. McQuarrie's dreamof
century Idler the roots of his immediate holding an annual Bible Con-
descendants are deeply imbedded ference in Stuart in conjunctionwith
rolet in 1955 and record since then
agency January our in Stuart soil. the unique Gospel Navy, also

The Gospel Navy was an early. came to fruition under his nur
has been one of steady annual growth based on the finest century dream of the Congregational turing care. } ,

Church's Home Missionary And these' meetings, held in a
product of the American automotive industry-plus a Society to supply gospel servicesto huge tent, progressed' and grew for
many then inaccessible and re several yean but were discontinued
great deal more. mote places on the Florida East when my father was called into a
Coast-especially the Keys and larger field of missionary work in
small settlements not adjacent to six Southern States after the sudden .
confidencein the railroad growth of the entire E a 11 t
That "great deal more" has been your
The Rev. McQuarrie, a nativeof Coast diminished the necessity for
Prince Edward Island but then his Gospel Navy. 4,1,' f t
us, which we have sought to earn and merit by the pastor of the Key West Congregational During our Stuart years, I taught
initially at the one Stuart school,
Church, was enamored ,
finest possible service and mechanical departments. We of the idea and opportunity it afforded -:I served a term as principal, taught
schools' music (piano) pupils and was the
establish
to Sunday
deeply appreciate your friendship, patronage and trust and churches and to provide religious first !society reporter on the first )r ,I r a, v{ r c t..hr7i
teachings and organ musicto Stuart newspaper We also became
through the the many out-of-the-way places parents of two children, Charles
years. from the Keys to Jacksonville. Neil and Isabel, and our little i
Elizabeth died and was buried in
To him was entrusted the pioneer
the where father
,
and he became family plot my
BILL GREENE and MIKE GREENE I. undertaking mother and husband now alto l REV NEIL P. MCQUARRIE, Di).
captain of a one-boat Navy, which
was launched in 1907-08) with the rest.Among my pupils at the Stuart ccrul.inu, enriched the lives of many friends and ghosts of the past.
building of "The Evangel" in Key !school were, I recall. Josephine Floridians with his religious ministrations Isabel (Mrs Clark) took great de.
West nnd via the Inland
skippered I and made us all for
Kitching Taylor, the Krueger boys few
to Stuart, which light a years ago in showing
Waterways was ever "Stuart natives" with
-Bert, George and Carl -Ernes- deep
to its home daughter, Dorothy, (now ten) and
serve as port tine and Florence Dyer Ricou devotion t for "the old home town.
.. I forget the dimensions of the Dr. Roberts was the first and My son, a sports writer for husband "where mommy was
.. JThiI.7I1L [ craft, but there were lavatory facilities only dentist in Stuart for several twenty-five year with The Atlan born."
: a galley for preparation of yean and. later opened the first ta Constitution and Sunday Jour. Ice in the refrigerator, paved
food, an engine room and bunks drug store which he ran in con. nal-Constitution>> met and marriedthe roads to town!, a concrete bridge
enough to sleep five people six junction with his dental office. Atthe lovely Louise Lowery of Stu- over the St. Lucie, go to school
Mli
as in a pinch. start, he made two trips a year art on one of his dozen of visits by automobile, no fear of the
After the "\\'foollaunched our to Eden and Jensen to do dental "back home" through the years. Ashley gang robbing the bank
entire family-my father mother, work. He would stay about a Virginia Dyer Brock, a mutual I again no ten-foot square jail no
my sisters, Edith and Vesta, my month.In friend and childhood playmate of alligator pen in town, no Bentel's
Sales and Service husband-Dr. Charles E. Roberts' early 1910 Dr. Roberts had Charlie's, introduced them. I Bakery, barber shops with three
-myself and our nine-monthsold to go to Fort Pierce on the morning My daughter Mrs. John B. i chain water that tastes like water -
daughter, Elizabeth Kt sail for train to get a haircut, then Clark of Decatur. Ga., and I also a football field, a school band
Stuart where my father had pur return on the evening train. That often feel the tug of old Stuart majorettes and cheerleaders
chased a home on the St. Lucie was a time, too, when Icerequired ties and return' for a visit with old Stuart? Ridiculous.
between the homes of F. for other
Harry parties or uses-had
Dyer Sr and James R. Pomeroy to be ordered from Fort Pierce,
Bill GreeneCHEVROLET Sr.The and it arrived by train. Later as
cruise to Stuart from Key Stuart became "modern," we could
West along the Keys and Inland gel ice merely'by pulling a little
Waterways was a perilous one, or wagon to town over sand roads
so it teemed to the "crew" or through the Bessey Addition, buy
passengers. Engine trouble out of ins a "cake" at the ice house
Kniifht's Key and Buhia' Honda, and hauling it back home.
millions of mosquitoes at Grassy James Pomeroy Jr., young Harry v
Key, where we stopped for repairs Dyer, ny} son (Charlie) and theother
were all perils that became youngsters in Betsey Addi <
great experiences when viewed in lion, of course walked to school r
co. retrospect.Our approximately where. it h now. i
arrival was in May of 1909 It fretted my father. I remember -
and for the next eight or nine because Commodore Stanley
yean "The N vy" could be seen Kitching contended that "The
many times docked or riding the Evangel" his Gospel I Navy boat,
St. Lucie waves in front of the wasn't built just right. Mr, Kitch

McQuarrie home, purchased from ing said the hull wis not suitable '......' ,
Mrs. Hogarth, mother of A. T. fora yacht, but had been constructed :rl'i{ )",1.
Hogarth. bv the West build-
Key
COLORADO AVENUE 287-3232 AND THIS! WAS Avenue D, with the Rea and Craig hornet
My father made Stuart his borne en more like a fishing boat.
after many arduous but success- My father's decision "to join showing. It k now Albany Avenue There was a walk which
ful trips up and down the Inland the Navy nchafttred the course could be and by strollers or bicycler*, but who needed a street
Waterways organizing: Sunday of the lives of hi family and det- There.weren't any car and mighty.few horses and buggies
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.ANNIVERSARY mmo TILE STtHRT (Florida) NEWS Thiirsdav., January 9, 19(14 74
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The Ais Indians, Church Was Town's Foundation HARTMAN-LEIGHTON .1




A Of Vanished Martin Coast Tribe Mrs. Haney Worked for Female FURNITUR



and the Souls Men
By CAROL SCHMIDT: Suffrage of

Assistant" Director, Martin County' I
,
Museums Mrs C. S. B. Haney was a mill -
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.'r.Jj''t.;
At the time of the discovery! of tant woman s suffragist, ardent all f' f m antes .C
Florida there were two main out prohibitionist" a worker' for 9 1
and activi
women s rights women s *** a YMa4 M
of Indians in the peninsular
groups ties in civic life, and an advocateof I a
section of (the state: The Timucuan
the laws of morality to keepmen's
tribe the north, and series of .
m a INTEGRITY
souls on the right track.
.tt
lesser tribes (of whom the Calusa
She was sent to Florida by the
were the most important) in the .
National Woman Christian Temperance
south The northern Indians apparently Union in the winter Of TO ENDURES
had a different type of
I 1897-98 to organize WCTU chap
m. social and religions culture than ten in this stale
those in the south. The languages I Back In I 1899 she arrived in
of the two area were also unrelated I Stuart and decided to make this wP6 ".
And most distinctive were her headquarters In furthering her ,
their sources of livelihood 8tho work she
wrote
prohibition num.erous
Timucuan people were agrlcultur!
articles for more than sixty
gusts while the southern tribes de.

pended upon hunting, fishing and J "A, '" v r t4"w :
gathering for their duly food. HAD WCTU. CARTER Serving Martin County''

Our particular area, a n 4 all BEFORE; COMING: IIRFMm : 6 d lraao s '

along the Indian River, was occu ? y yM yt
pied by the A is Indians, a group Cynthia S. Burnett (Mrs
more closely associated with the Haney) hid a distinguished ca'
Calusa tribe than their agricultural reer before coming to Stuart.
neighbors to the north. In fact, the The book The Part Taken .by
Indian River was known as the Women in American History With Fine FurnishingsSince
"Rio de Ais until 1821 when the published in 1912, describes her
United Stales took possession of early temperance work in Illinois .
Florida and the name was official. Florida., Tennessee Ohio
ly changed and Pennsylvania around 1879

No one knows exactly when the She taught in Salt Luke City.
Utah, where she was made territorial t tt "J
Ala established themselves our
president of the W.C T.U) ;

very area few although Indians we existed do know here that priorto She California was also and! state Nevada.organizer in 1gI : 1955 i iI

about 800 A.D. About that time
there was a changing in the en. vivrnA I'I'I' ,,,,,,,,",, ,. I P
which made In-
vironment our
years for in Florida
newspapers
suitable habitat for mot
goons a and other stales, as well as general
fuses such the Since'
as oyster.
these early I Indians were dependent correspondence ti
She had
a high regard for news.
upon such marine life for papermen who fought Demon ; f
food, they did not settle along thecoasts Rum, calling them "men who advance
until there was sufficient morality end mould the ( r
food available to sustain them thought of the people to the high
Woman's Club honors Mn. C. S. B.
The Indians lived in rather poorty est principles in public and private 1IIIS PLAQUE at Stuart
) constructed houses of wooden life: What she thought of Haney one of the founders of the club, who lived to be more than / !f't

frames covered with i palmetto newspapermen who were for the ninety Her husband, a physician, settled across the river near .. .
leaves on the top and sides Benches Wets was not printable WSTU and the stream just north of the radio Illation is Hiney .. .\ .,,/
lined the walls which were used for She was Stuart correspondentfor Creek Later Mrs Nancy built a home in town, still standing at AT 7-0255 I ,
scats during the day and covered the Tropical Sun at West Palm Albany Avenue and Second Street. The plaque was made by Mrs I

with mats for beds at night. Beach and for the Titusville Advocate George ickus, talented South Fork artist. NEXT TO POST OFFICE
Gourds and conch shells were and Florida Times Union. \ iS
used as ladles and cups while foods She worked for the Palm Beach year, came the big picnic. I can enough for a school of a half dozen ,
were served o n small palmetto Times but "when the paper fell now see Mrs. Edwards and son boys and girls, we were all one I
leaves. Crude clay pots were made into the hands of those who favor. bringing in, their new wash-tub big family. Some have gone fromus
and served as utensils for boiling ed the open saloon, it didn't take full of grub, and Mrs Frazier witha to the long home, but enough/
ceremonial drinks. There were also me long to cancel my contract"She good-sized clothes-hamper full; remain to recall the good times,
bags and baskets for carryingand later worked for the Palm baskets and bundles, big and little, well mixed in with the usual hard-
storing berries Beach Post cam e-for were not all the ships of pioneer life"

The Ais were noted for their She rejoiced when Stuart went bachelor men fitting out a home Some things!! Mrs. Haney remembers
skill with the bow and arrow, and dry, liter West Palm Beach, and for a future wife. and little ones, in addition to the wonderful
were not a very friendly tribe In eventually the nation. a new home for the girl of his pineapple'. fields, are other
fact, the Spaniards found them so She wrote many articles for the choice--and were not nil these plantings
difficult to deal with that the onlymissions early Stuart Times, South Florida brave men to be fed "There was a large rose tree in
and forts established here Developer, and Stuart Daily News. "One day a count was made, Mr. A. R. Kruegers yard that
Mrs. HaneY."t\/6..8IIr"'pWnler" In and.140 persons were )present from
were"abandoned"by 1569. measured forty-seven feet in circumference -
temperance reform Some hard Eden on down as far as settle
It! five old
was
Dugout canoes were used for bitten settlers and old years
young ments were made. One year Mrs.
both fishing and travel. Sometimestwo would hide their when she and a native rose gotten off the Kudos
jugs Grover Cleveland honored us by to
trade bout Three varieties of graft
canoes were lashed togetherwith showed A and her and of :
up convincing presence was really one in after ,
were put soon purchase
a pole platform between: This persistent woman, she lied the us. Mrs. George McPherson was .
; and then four addedOccasionally
more were
was covered with a mat to forma white ribbon" on many a renegade long trying to quiet a nine.months-
platform for carrying large burdens and sometimes it stuck She was old boy who persisted in handing all\ seven are !in THE STUART NEWSFlorida's
The canoes were either a born missionary and deeply loved out his style, of music. Mrs Cleveland bloom at once, and rarely are
paddled: or poled by crews of two "the good side" of our town stopped us and said, 'Let me fewer than four The buds and
four The canoes were not I She blossoms were out by the hundred.,
or men. never compromised'As have the baby; and she hugged it
very seaworthy and were used I our train moved In over close In her arms and walked the varying from the dark, velvety red Most Honored Weekly Newspaper
Indian River, A pairof the to the pure white, thus forming the
mainly in the river to my chosen home, floor, cooing to it and gently
men worked together in a canoeto she wrote in 1930, "the few straggling shaking it. And now Gilbert McPherson most beautiful sight\ imaginable,
fish. At night, they fished by houses told us we were in may never have known Mr Frazier has a cactus bush of
the light of torches of palmetto Stuart The one object that attracted how a Presidents wife put him the prickly pear species It mean.sirs ,
leaves. Incidentally, only the in. attention at first sight was to sleep where, on his improvisedbed fifty-six feet around and over
test nes were removed from the the high, queerly-shaped steeple of he enjoyed the picnic in real seven in height
fish The scales, heads and gills the little church The steeple could ,good baby style by a sound nap. "But the most marvelous and
were left intact a* the fish were have been kept as a curiosity, for I This was not among our first beach your northern readers may not believe Fifty years of continuous publication in Florida
boiled in a pot. Shellfish were none other was ever like it. parties, but it was one of the me-is the pomello or grapeFruit -
roasted and wild fruits and berries "That little church gave a sort ; biggest. tree on Mr O Poppieton'i is indeed a success story of great magnitude. Added

were eaten raw. of homelike feeling to everyonein I An old subject for debate when lawn. It is not two feet high nor to this excellent performance is list of coveted
three feet in circumference it a
Each village was ruled by a chief I the colony gathered from many ; I was young was, 'Which i ilt there yet
who directed the public activitiesof states. It told that the little town the most enjoyment in, the being bore at once ten large grapefruit, awards, any one of which is a signal honor in its own
The chiefs I was to be built on the solid foundation or the becoming?' I stood for the most; of them touching the groundThis .
his village
house was own usually better constructed I of everlasting truths. Here, I becoming in most important eventsin in no way exhausted the tree, right.
than the rest of the houses and ;' from far and near they came, the life How we did enjoy seeingthe as it is now putting out a vigorousnew
of real pioneers being the men, most many crates of pineapple rollout growth. Mr. Krueger hlla
the chief owned his own supply
shared of them living alone In their little For it meant for some an tree seven feet high from which he "
food. The other Indians First place awards for "Best Feature "Best
their food commonly shacks on their own homestead, enlarged or new home, and for lathered over seventy large fruit ,
In the even then dear to their owners as all a real store hat instead of "Who will say we can raise Editorial "Best Advertising Idea "Best Advertising .
Other important men they watched the sandy woodlands the pretty home-made ones from nothing but pineapples in South ,
community included the chiefs The advisor I I turned into prosperous, paying palmetto or 'the one brought from Florida Promotion," plus "The Sweepstake Award" for
the medicine men.
and
fields'Pioneers. home.
Editori note: No one now, Mrs
latter directed the ceremonial activities are always a friendly "Yes", on Sunday for some yearn, Haney, least of all the Minute the best all, round.weekly newspaper in The State Of
of the village. Ceremonies people, and the early settlers plan. even after I came and the little Maid Corp,, which is putting in
Included patterns of fasting and ned for many boating parties to the hamlet of a dozen houses had been the largest citrus grove in the Florida places The Stuart News as one of the outstanding

singing feasting and with dancing.an abundance Musical accompaniment of I beach when, on May Day each I transformed into a village big world in western! Martin County. newspaper publications in the nation.

was provided with

drums made of clay pots covered A Veteran the Union from
of Army twenty-five to forty tons of
made of
with a skin and rattles Congratulations on fiftieth anniversaryand
small gourds filled with stones honey a year While !there he I your

Ais village sites were located on Colonel 0.0. gave the information he gather. your fifty-year contribution in helping Stuart
both the mainland and on the pen. PoppletonWas ed from hu studies of bees to the
into the fine community it is today.son.
grow .
Insular bars. Usually the bar andsland bee journals, until he became recognized

{ camps were used during the Bee Culture ExpertBoth as a world authority on bee
the mainland sites
and
winter time
culture. At the termination of his
during the rainy summer
occupied
months when the Insects Invaded Confederate and Union boat, as far south as the Florida contract he refused to renew it

I the beaches. The villages veterans were among the early settlers Keys for five years and returned to

were loosely organized into a confederacy of the Stuart area. In 1886, at termination of his Stuart. Here he compiled his observation /..

with one chief.of the Trading chiefs A Union soldier who left his government service, he came with on the honey bee and I

acting as a head the name in Stuarts geography was his wife and three children to the published them in a "Manual of
?
both
was common other among tribes. The Colonel Oscar Ogden Poppleton, east coast of Florida and lived at Bee Culture" which i la to this daya
villages and with I whose title was "honorary' from Hawks Park for a few before ;
amountof years standard that sub-
had access to a great authority on
Ais his veterans' association in later PE.OPLES
I coming to was his IBANI\
loot from the Spanish wrecked treasure along years. home until 9Watiri ill health ject.Colonel \\
which were
ships them with Colonel Poppleton had a "bee caused him to go to the National Poppleton made a recoil .
the coasts This provided them- house" and dock at the mouth of Soldiers' Home in Hot Springs in the Union Army a* a brave
material to trade with among the Spanish what is now Poppleton Creek Ark., where he died Oct 4 that soldier and stood high in the regard ) Op STUART.i .
selves and also for such hems a a He used to take his bees up and year at the age of seventy-four, of his comrades in the Grand
settlements andthe down the men. following the Colonel Poppleton was born at Army of the Republic. Departmentof
axe* knives, cassia leaves for bloom of the palmettos and the Green Springs, Ohio, At eighteen Florida holding for years a
highly prized drinks.What mangroves. and made some trips (in 1861)) he joined the Army as position on the staff of the department
ceremonial with the hives stacked up on his a private in Company B. 7th' Iowa commander of Florida
happened to these Indium That him the rank and] title
Infantry, from which he was discharged gave
? Once the most populous of. as a 1st lieutenant at of colonel
all the tribes on the Atlantic. seaboard prey to Creeks supplied with Eng. the close of the Civil War. He i
south of the Tunucua by they the fish guns. then entered the service of thegovernment Samuel Colt's 'New

end became.of completely the Eighteenth extinct Century i From disappeared that time on and the were Ala never gradually which he for wa two engaged yean during I ingathering Gun' Warriors .T'" FtI, tfJly 1It'l6k' r l ::2".t "t 'ST 'O'C'E A'H' B 0 U L"eV RD

During the Seventeenthmaue found in Florida again. When theSeminoles the remains of the Seminole
Europea : : reached the area of Union soldiers in the different
severe inroads on the population after, Martin County about the early part battlefield! and rcburyinf them in Samuel Colt, inventor of the
but their real decline came I the national military cemeteries. rifle and visitedold
of the of the last century, our earliest repeating pistol
1700 with the disappearance This residents were gone' Only a few After coming to Florida he de- Fort Jupiter during the Seminole
north Florida missions.Indian from gap of their artifacts, shell heaps of voted his life to bee culture and War to demonstrate his rapJd.fire
allowed the Creek. far south as ancient feasts, and burial mounds was so successful that he wa employed gun to General Jesaup
the north to raid a Bay) rtmained to testify that once a on a tw -year contract in As a result fifty dragoon were
Cape Florida (by Biscayne armed only proud defiant and colorful people tuba to take charge of an apiary equipped with the weapon for

with where bows the local and tribe arrow fell say a.ed br I bog., l log alas Urge < BOHk to market their out bray Into IDa Everglade.

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Mrs. DuBois Writes About Area Post Offices

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From Pioneer Days Now Listed In Chronology 8. '4 .,

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winter pow office with Ihcodore The Palm City post office came I '

'Annie' and Tahiti Are C. Saul as postmaster It was discontinued I into being July b, 1914) with George I .... t;: "
t Aug 31, 1944 and the 1 W. Jones as postmaster! 1 .
mail was sent to Stuart Salerno had as postmasters I rP0Sl11tS'IER :> .
Listed in Early AnnalsEditor's There n a post office listed as April 1909 Byron G i Hall October : '
Sorcnson In March of 1890( with 1909 Leomda H Wells April .,.t : '" : ;f'
Note: This article by of the President of Swit/crlund. She John Sorenson as postmaster In 1911, John L Kishpaugh November "rIE. ;4'i :"'t.., I M' ;'r: .
Mrs. John DuBois of Jupiter, was the first and only postmistressof I April of the same year the post 1920, Annia C. Earle In August f > .\:" "' ,.' ..). t'
Tahiti where she lived with her office of Jensen establishedand 1959 the name of this post 't j .. .' J?; '"
noted South Florida historian was .. ... ', ''
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office became Port Salerno ,
husband, and their Sorenson' was discontinued, :
was contributed bv her to Mar- bugcnc : .. '
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tin County Historical Society year-old daughter. Helen, I14ven.1 but John Sorcnson continued as Camp Murphy which 1now : ,",
It should be noted that today tragic Christmas of 1892 postmaster! until March 1895 of Jonathan Dickinson: State Park is 'Q' Ii." ,1":8"l ..W
there are six active post of- Mrs. Ella Woillard died in childbirth the Jensen post! office George Edward listed! as a post! office from July >," iit..
fices in the county: Stuart Jen- Her remains were taken ('oon succeeded him until 1942 to November 1944 during / ,
sen Beach, Indiantown Palm north by her heartbroken husband. December IH9X I! when Joseph E. World War II when it served as a '", .' ,' ,I.'q' .., ;
City, Kobe Sound and Port the first part of the journey was : Beck took office radar school for thousands ot L Ra, ...::1; t\ '
Salerno. on the steamer St LucIe with Cap- I Another early post office established S. servicemen.No i I ,: :. : "
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lam. Bravo. The post office ceased in 1 1891! as Rio San Lucic doubt many of the name ol .l "r.' ::1. "
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By BESSIE W. DUBOIS after their departure hut Eugene I became Rio in 1897 I Early postmasters these early postmasters, will be ., ,, '
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Woillard evidently returned to James E Andrews, recognized by their descendants or I'I,,
One of the most recent contributions were 'J't
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to Florida history is the Honda for we find him listed in Edward Gluten. Fret, W. Miller persons to whom these old time .y.!. .. ,
"Chronology of Honda Post Of January I 1K9H! !I8911 as postmaster of a Kate F. Chnsicnscn. Harold/ C. names are familiar as well as the .. .......' ... ; : At.niWMil
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fices" by Alford G. Bradhur and place called Sugden which win located Sinics and Bonnet Day. The mail post offices of long ago. We hope ...._ r # n wY
E. Story Hillock. It is published between Hohe Sound and was sent to Jensen! after October. they recall memories of happy and 1918 I
M Handbook No. 2 by the Florida Gomez. This post office endured 1927 interesting events of pioneer times E, J. RICOU, Appointed 1913 .POSTMASTER: JAMES E. TOMFROY: : Appointed
Federation of Stamp Clubs This only three yean, from June 1895! -- ------ ----
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list of post officer become completely until March: 1 1898! Its first post! -------- ------- ----.- --
fascinating! to thosa acquainted master! was Henry A Heckler
with local history! for it Another post office In the Stuart
m a journey into the past recalling area Will Goshngville whose!
long forgotten settlements with postmistress from August! 1898 until 1

odd Annie and Tahiti intriguing Goslingvillc names such, :Sugtcn as- Slucbcn August! 1905 was Mary J. De- 1 Celebrating Our 5th Anniversary !!

( Spruce Bluff, all former post Two of the most historic names
offices in what is now Martin are of course, Hobe Sound (which
County carne from the Hoe-Bay mention
The dates these post offices were ed by the Dickinson party when
established! and later discontinued they were shipwrecked in this lo
are carefully recorded. This work 1696)) and Gomenam
was done from microfilmed reports dli70rih grant of ;12,000 acres .
from national archives They were bestowed by the King of Spain on EXTRA FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS
hand written by the early postmasters Eusihio Gomez in 1815. The Hobe L
and often very difficult to read. Sound post office /is first listed
They cover the period from 1 1880to !! August! 1891 with Almida C Armour "
1929 during which there were as postmistress. Since Cap-
many changes in the counties. The lam Armour, keeper of Jupiter WITH EACH JOB 'ilL FEB. 1 1964
authors labored for two years before Lighthouse> for forty years, livedin
their chronology: was ready Hohe Sound on the property ,
for press. Story Hallock, learningof now belonging to Captain Leonard
our interest in the early Martin Kirby< we assume his wife was this
County )post offices kindly supplied first postmistress.! Reginald E.
us with a list of the postmasters Sergcantson for a month became i
of this i area from 1880 postmaster! in August 1892 succeeded -
to 1929 which is an invaluable : by Charles Sergcantson.
adjunct to the list! of post offices. Thomas Banner became postmaster
Doug Witham of Stuart, who December 1893. Reginald Ser STANDING READY TONEEDS4AST I II
takes a lively interest! in Martin gcantson in 1898 followed by
County history has also offered Walter G Stokes, December 1900. I
some interesting lore of the early Then John Grant ho also servedat
settlements. He told me of Annie the Jupiter Life Saving Stationwas
who rode into what is now 1 Indiantown postmaster! May 1902 until
on horseback: with her William b Swoope look over in SERVE YOUR !
husband, Francis Marion Plan June 1905.) John Grant again sort. .
The young husband! became the ed the mail from June until October
first postmaster! of this place where 1907 when Jackson: Huse
they pioneered and fondly named became postmaster succeeded by I
it for his wife Annie. 1 his post George A. Godfrey in December'
office is only listed from 1902 to 1909. In 1923 the name of the
1903 but the post office records post otfice was changed to Olympia. -
have made Annie immortal. In After boom times when reason 4 4Ray
1917 it beciime Indian Town, and prevailed the mime once more
in J 1956 this was condensed: : into became Hohe Sound. t
one word, Indianlown Up Gomez way the postmastersare
listed' as: Joseph II. Uull.ird
Spruce Bluff was a post office .
Smith, Otto
June JH9I I; Wesley
the North Fork of the St
up on her 1892.: Charlotte J. Wald March Cooke Septic Tanioer
lucie River. John F Full/( was ,.
the postmaster and the mini was 1895; Kirby Smith, September a
carried by rowboat from Stuart. 1904; Paul J. Buren July 1912.
The oldest! post oil ice of all is
There Wwhf: office listed! as Waveland. There is a picture of
existed from
Jd which located
his old post office was
May 1889 to February 191)(). The lit the end cf a long dock,
postmaster was James P. Lees in the Elliott Museum! Waveland aMlwr.i
Stuart was Potsdam from March was established in 1 1880! with William -
1892 with Otto Stypmann as postmaster i II I, Baker as postmaster. Mail
Brostcr! Hatching became 10 Jupiter was routed through this
postmaster of Potsdam in June of post office in 1884. In May of
1894 and held over when the 1891 the name was changed.: to
name was changed to Stuart June Sow-all's Point The following December
15, 1895 Other early postmasterslisted of the same year Baker
were F. J. Ricou, July 1913 was succeeded by Anson J. Olds ,
and James E. Pomeroy, February [ who held office until September .
1918. 1900 when Edward T. Hamiltonwas
A tiny post office with a tragic postmaster! In June 1901 Wil-
history i II Tahiti near what is now 1,1111 D Stewart, and in May, 1903,
Kobe Sound. Wesley Stout whose John H. S. Panter. Then the post
Beachcomber's column in the Fort office was discontinued for a time
Lauderdale News brings la( lightso when later William H. Sewell became .
many gems of Florida history, postmaster
interviewed Mrs. Lillie Pierce Voss The Port Sewall post office was
who recalled the VVoillard family. established Nov 27. 1914. and fora
Mrs. Woillard was a granddaughter time it was operated only us a
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Martin County) did not come into being by happenchance. When

Governor John W Martin. signed the legislative act creating this count .

) in May of 192, that. pcnstroke was the climax of what best may be

described :at a rebellion against rule from afar.

Palm Heath County was the second largest in Honda.. With the

preponderance ol voters in WestI'ulm
Beach the north end of the Crackcn on his way to Tallah.ii
county found itself playing. second !see, Hinting: "All right, you laid

.. fiddle most ol the time unit often down the conditions, we have complied
lad: to pay for its raid improvements with them Here are 4,000( (
GOVfRNOR: : JOHN W. MVRI1N: center, I is shown as he signedthe Campbell and Sen J W Wutson (h1..ndingl1'. ) II Gotten Rep by district bonds instead voters in Pulm Heath County whoa

legislative bill that culminated the long battle for the creationof ( W Citizen. W B. Tilton, Mal) W I I. Shumun Stuart Mayor of out of county funds. laver division Now keep your t

Martin County while other officials and leaders In the campaignfor Stanley Kitchmg, J, B. McDonald. Dr Fons A. Hathaway Governor Joe A. YoungWood, who succeeded word introduce our bill I ,

the bill gathered around to witness the signing. The onlookers M..rtin'18ecrel.ary. and Rep. A. W. "Tony" Young. The sceneis in being elected superintendent But the legislator was so luke

include (left to right, seated) John E. Taylor Mrs. W. I. Shuman, in Tallahassee. May 29, 1925 I of Palm Beach County schools warm thiit thu committee smelled

Mrs Martin, Governor Martin, Mrs, A W. Young, Sen. T. J. (he was an insurance agent and a rat and on the theory of 'hiringa /
I well known in West Palm Death. ) a partner Eto watch a partner; it
I. I the north B. Donnell of Westl'ulnt
period of financial in the heard building a new home i nDtartin was only county man
Aftermath Brought lard Times agony I ever elected to public office In the :Beach as another attorney;
aftermath County old county, with the exception of to curry on the light O'lksnnellwas 0
Land that had been: selling for The slow turn came with the the County Commission post McClII<:ken', law partner and!
Was Born in Real thousands of dollars in building of the Roosevelt Bridgeat when McCracken heard that he
County per acre Stuart had a small voice in the \
Stuart in 1933, with hundreds hud accepted a 1,000 I \) retainer to .T\11.
early 1926 went back through a applying for the jobs that it road programs adopted from time help get the bill through he resigned : :
Estate Boom of TwentiesThe succession of owners to eventual offered r/eeJ Sr built\ to time by the Palm Beach CountyCommissioners from the firm.
seizure by state and county for the first! new house in St Lucia chiefly us a result
Still
nonpayment of Lues. Through Lstates and though it was made ol of the aggressive, politics of Henry not discouraged/ the Stuart JOHN W. \RIIN, Governor of norMa when Martin County \
fantastic Florida Boom' of being played locally', real estate the Murphy deeds system in the Newton Games who served ten Committee selected a well-hcelc ;
I salvaged l lumber it got a bannciin delegation to go to Tallahassee/ and was named for him during the legislative session of J 1925.
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mid Twenties which startedin Thirties, most of these lands were years as county commissioner from
the breeches" and
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men wore "golf the : 1 he sound ol
newspaper
slay Ihel'ClltllJ results were obtained He was for receiver of the Florida East Coast Rail-
others fora the Stuart area, and was highly; many years
off in the bought by
1922, began tapering plowed buck their profits into pittancein the hammer is heard again"; The /
spring of 1926 and went out likea more mortgaged land i taxes, and many of them became Out: of the bad came good. successful 1 in trading votes on the McDonald delegation Stuart's consisted! of J. li way, took part in Martin County's twenty-fifth birthday celebration I
light when the hurricaneof wealthy when they sold the 'lands real board to get what he wanted t for first mayor, in '1950 before
great It was an era of great dreams When the estate! market who hud a very wide/ acquamiiince shortly his death
1926 hit Miami that fall, left again In the late Forties and the his constituents. But unfortunately -
and unbounded confidence. It resulted resumed it was not one of pyramided over Florida and knew most of thelegislators
Boom of the Fillies, he was frequently maneuvered -- -- -- --- -- -- --
broke people and good but of solid
many option buyingby
many in the construction of manyof by their first nunics,,,
into accepting a special road and / ..... .
things behind The Stuart Daily News received with capital; here was r -- -
our large apartment houses, hotels persons Warner B lillon, who provided '
Martin County was born in the and business buildings the I general castigation in May, 1926, genuine development instead of bridge district job, Instead of a the delegation's steam and Rich. '
of the boom during a when warned that the boom ciHinly-consirucled job( with the result JI
height general of subdivisions i some' it was paper development"Ihe that ard P Lnscy! a civil engineer about
most of the network of
euphoria when everybody was liichutre v and some of fading No one wanted to believeit. debt lessons of the boom town who was not very busy in M4
highways around Stuurt
wintry was
and it was "no shakesat the of SI aftermath put a curb on fantastic
prosperous which did not: starting built the here Stuart after lagler Avenue' pavIng '
by right
all' to raise around $30,000for Lucie Inlet with countyborrowedmoney But from 1928 to 1931 there county financing, a sense of mod taxpayers job was completed and could r f
and not by the county lit large'
legislative "sweetening" The which was lost in the collapse was no bank in Martin County eration which still prevails. easily spare the tune,
In fact still Gainesdid
( we are paying)
of the who blithely -
leading men area of bunks In 1932 and 1933 than half
of Geor more
a string in A of their weeks
the best t he could but he wan summary eighl-
threw $1 .000 or more apiece gia; the construction of roads and the people in the county were on Stick Some Stakes for Stuart" outnumbered, and when early In effort would fill several pages.Suffice .
into the kitty little knew that by drainage districts, with huge debts relief rolls For nearly six years was a low n wide theme here in 1925 the Palm I Beach County : it to> say that with no help
the end of the next year they assumed for them-and a long the sound of the hammer was not 1911-14 r
(McCracken and
would be desperately scramblingfor I board announced a $6X)0KX( )( ( ) no help from
cash to meet their obligations road bond issue, of which less than A. W. ((1 ony) Young who was then

-and in a couple of years more "!'J' r,1 '" '-.' ...-. ....- -- ------:- : S250(5H( ><) was to he spent in Ihe Stuart member ol the legislature from I
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all banks would be out of business :; urea, Gaines was frantic But SI. I.ucie County and had plansup .
and the county city and districts rrrPPP, t as a good politician, he played his sleeve to create Indian River -
saddled. with astronomical debts along with the four other county County when nobody was look
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n ai' 'Asa commissioners and schemed the Stuart committee 4If
Carl Fishers Miami Beach, Ad- up ng finallr.
dison Mizner's rococo "Honda ways and means of getting a bigger persuaded Representative:
Spanish' palaces at Palm Beach piece of pie for his consitucnfs Davis I of Lion County, subsequent'y -

and Boca Raton, were reflected at Stuart It was hopeless, but a member of the Honda Supreme 'I HIS ARCH on what was then the Old Dixie Highway was the
in hundreds of "new subdivision Games played the game to the Court' to introduce the bill high water murk of Stuart boomtime expansion/ After the boom,

cities" up and down the coast, hilt I Ihe committee/ would still have when most- everybody quit paying taxes, the city limits were pulled
where corner lots, business lots Stuart business people refused achieved: nothing except for the buck to North Stuart and also from an eastward expansion.Y. .
and interior (lots changed hands to be happy about the whole I Interference on a grand scale of
dozen of times on "binders" alone I thing Their instant reaction was Governor John W. Martin, who -- --- -
and huge "paper fortunes" were I to demand county division-creation 'liked the idea of having a new ,
built before the day of reckoningcame I of a new county. They called county named in his honor. He 1 "P 'el ,01
like houseof i the office of sent word to Young that there ,, -
and all collapsed a a meeting in Lyons, .
cards k- Atkins and Innen, real estate brokers would be two new counties or none r .> '" .. '.
The early South Florida Developer I and laid plans for revolt. They at all. This was the clincher that -: :

and the fat. Stuart Daily News I constituted themselves a committee carried through' the Legislature r: 1'i;, .. ,
of the period were crammed! with I designated Edwin A Men the bill creating' Martin County, /i\: '..
full advertisements of real ringer! as chairman and John E Its exact wording on the subject :'' ;I .
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estate! otfenngs, s M"w"nkb Taylor as treasurer. They promptly of Stuart "as the temporary ,' ''1' Everything> was "big and splen-' subscribed $14,000) ( to a cam- county teat for five years' broughton 11 y. ,I '1 '
did. Indiantown was laid out asa I I paign fund, and with cash in the a lot of lawsuits later, but it ,;,
city of thc interior with the Seaboard kx t" 1 bank the committee set out to gel was the result of a compromise between -
Air I me yards scheduled to d results. Among those who subscribed the Stuart committee and .
be constructed there. Arthur Brisbane f ( $1,000 I ( each to the cam Clement S Ucker, representingthe ,

the famous newspaper commentator paign fund were lyons, Atkins Seaboard Air Line Railway,
came to Stuart and and Innes. Taylor, Warner B. Ill- "We have just bought I 150.000\)
purchased thousands of acres of 1 3 /' wsNj 14 I,,i iYt ton, R R. Rica and Sons Com- I acres out here in the buck country -

I j pany, Dunscombe/ and Shuman, ," mid Ucker, "and we are
given I Mr and Mrs. B. II Hancock: Men- going to be the largest taxpayers .
other Honda communities must I singer, George 11 Hrowning, Ar in this new county. At Indill town
spend millions to create" and we thur J. Ogle, George W. Bmgham, in a few year we will build a city yb 41
went wild with joy. I and a West Palm Beach realty that will far outstrip Stuart; we r
William Jennings Bryan, no firm i Woods, Moore and Seward.The I If want a chance to have it named .
longer in his prime stopped by en | committee first hired P. A I the county seat if in five years it a t.M ,y
route to ( Moil Gables where the Vans Agnew of Sebring, paid him I really I is the municipality we hope
silver-tongued orator was acting I, $1.000, got nothing, then in what to make it." U hr'l dream vanished 6

at a pitch man. to sell lots, and gave .' it thought/ was u sagacious move, when S Davie War/icld:
encouraging words of hired Representative M S. Me- died a
lofty us proc which were bannered I Crack en of Palm Beach County When the Legislature adjourned,
I McCrackeQ accepted the retainer the Stuart committee sat down and y' bI
In the w
paper
J{, l.ucie Estates.. I I. 2 and 3 -. then laid: "I cannot support I picked the officials of the new "
from ."' : 1 this move unless you bring me I county, and the slate selected by
! were pc-I
''i I rapidritf fI8hiD' .. titions signed by 3.600/ ( voters the committee was appointed by
subdivisions .uh u I Spanislnype ing for county division. and I will Governor Martin E. J, Smith Jr,
home, mum 1)1 which still stand introduce your bill in the IegisUture as county judge and A. O. Kan-
others flimsily built of lathe } and carry it through"/ ner as state attorney, were newcomers
Many .
chicken-wire hastily, stuccoedover ,. .. Flit thought he was safe because: from Jacksonville. Other THIS WAlLR'IOWER at 'Picture City" south of Kobe Sound
and
fell victims to the great there were less" than 1,000) ( voters officials named were J, R. Pom- is emblematic of the hectic boom-born communities of the Twenties -
storms of t 1926:: and 1928 I't'" : in the north end of the county. I eroy clerk: B. H. Babcock, !sheriff some of which disappared abornin,. It was supposed to be
There was Picture City" at I However, the committee took 0. S. Moore, lax collector; H. the heart of a new Florida moving picture industry that was
Hobe Sound where movies. were .'Sl ;. him at his word, invaded Jupiter, L Snyder, tax assessor; County going to rival Hollywood, but the boom collapsed before any films

to be made, and "Orympia.." with ,. Kelsey City, Belle Glade Canal I Commissioners Carroll DuMWmbe.I were made. The lower's signs stood as a grim reminder for
its streets named for the gods of : Point Pahokee, Dclray and Boyn-(I Warner Tilton, Fred H. Powell, afterward. years
ancient Greece, streets and side- "..:t. ton. where there were similar inequities H. N. Gomes and Howard A.
|walks were laid out at Rio St. Lu- with West Palm Beachon &:11.. 1---- -
limits extended division of the and in After things moving the
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Icie and Stuarts city! "COD HAS GIVEN' Stuart and Martin County what" other Florida communities must spend million gravy got 1I which Governor Martin Will key The Egyptian Queen was the'
this side of Jenken four weeks had almost 4,000 Stuart committee decided on a
| to the arch just to create," said Arthur Brisbane noted Meant columnist of the period, when he invested heavily inland I I and lot of other ,
Beach. -Kelsey City" to thewth name on the petition. huge celebration: There were flouts, I figure a events, I most successful specie of pineapple
was a fantastic boom town. here during the boom of the Twenties. Brubaac,wo regarded". as an infallible oracle-and teal They boarded the FEC train I a parade, barbecue, band concert I ending up with a wingding at the grown here by the early set
[Although; there *:as bite golf estate sellers went wild with joy nt his words. aod collared Representative Mo ball game public speaking at I Pelican HoteL tiers.





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I lie outstanding figure mtroonul .1 i drs goods store as his daughter I day, appointed judges!! Pot sn 'rul -

Edwin A. r : rat. In' "' Stuart during the Mood, II .1 I !loll rIle. dos lo'lahul! he tray merchants lo award I'd,'I

Menninger ( .rtlc'l1It1 K. VufNkrbilt I irMcrkvcil deal mite Rust.. Coast of Florida for' fertilizer or other garden .1 i I'Pl"lt"' i?

\I him and his wile and! let" Armour A (ompanv !M> he was I Ii to the finest 1 houquc-ls ,and 1 wit, II i
hit has me a soft drink in Duilci \ s ,\\
crowds we wet
deal, when here hewas the came
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.i: i .: ...lorewhore be and I sui aclivi in civic allairs. und whelmed with people I the i ,illo\\ .

Relates Old Tales i ,'I i .m' hour talking about" Stuart served us m.IIr I ing year saw the distribution "u

ul I is fu I.1 iret 100( packets of zinnia seed nut 'the
The first year I urns in Stuart
\t the iimc of shut lhirtsixi al Ihe flower show "t i-
ol muMrJ show v. is response,
sonic sort
lam, the lillcen-tool raid! ont h-lore. but Hu "I
I i helter than i I'
the TownBy t now Oeetm Boulevard, hen printed. by local tulent ul the and'
Of Early is movie theatre Ml I can recall estate boom \was dcsclopuv
a n Ihe counhoti"' and ths! about U was (hut I was H black- soon Igat I ( too buss in put on im
i .11 was u much lower gradei more flower shows.Sly .
with liar
faced! tenor in u quarto
EDWIN ,\. MENMNGIR: : that my first step in establishing t* i I'' now and thai t entire, area'l.I- I'ry Allen Pierce Blo.-ker und J. Ojveloper continual a' >

the South Florida Developer as .i nc a huge lake Curd! Schro N. Dunhim What we sing or weekly, newspaper. hut as prim !
The Stuart of 1923 had relatively ul crow of men succeeded
Stuart newspaper, was to buy . few buildings but it had a a electric generating plant. This I se' i it ''III illS u ditch to the river and 11 us., I cannot remember newspapers tar hilt i !
lot of interesting people who encouraged did it Stuart's first diescl } I it t Ihul pouredthi towns I t.'I. i "
; was hd htilIclal Mv lirst, or two in Stuart d o i e n nearby pimotcrs
widened It ton yeast
me to move newtpaper .
my engine, belted to a 10 kw genera who started new: |ptpclsInn '
from West Palm Beach and undermined, the touiuluii were a constant: huiile' lo I wean
tor and I bought the outfit from M Wt : ni hud no plants to pro.luce' ,them
: .ifront
make it a progressive mouthpiece a West Palm Beach building/ con : 'ii i, .1 l a louple of houses along''>> readers and advertisers I printed the Real hslatc News. .i
tor the community Another weekly I tractor Henry C. Daniels: ..-nothing ,', it\ tie.M.. and lhrt tned for Mn 'the established weeklx I tried all weekly, in West Palm Brach lint!
the Stuart had beerpurchased / y became disaster.. hut the kinds of idea: to get attention It
Messenger sr I I to( a
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The trouble it
down only a ; ,into fe production
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earlier I I _______ dummed, t Ihe was before the days ot gardn. grew
two hy a kmen Imully
years 't
was that the diesel, had no governor and small weeklies al one tini
superannuated printer mimed Cly- and! after running fifteen mm. r <:mil For six weeks all can betas club, !so I orgHm/cel Siuurts first or another for Dovnlon Fort I
ma. who brought his two hoys. i Is0. n the school and town had lairoJ (wo I lower shows I Rave awav ,,
ides properly and delivering 110( I "Pierce Fe'llsmcrc, Kelsey ( it> aural'
( arlcton and to Stuart to do via Osccol.inothe'r a packet: of xinma seed to evtryOIHI -
Ray I volts it would ,suddenly speed up a : the others. Wit operated! twent\ 'lour
the leg work Old Man Clyma died I I \ year 'round brutal was who brought a coupon to of
: to couple hundred extra voltsand he hours a day> with three shifts
shortly thereafter and the I two the motors in the printing plant) I t {iw operated by John Coventry, \\ hnle,1lIlghler. 'Iteveloper office on which printers

boys> ; were on their own. The, l1y.I I would fly around like crazy I HERE IS THE SMIF of the old. South Florida Devclopci hick: in lilt The\ tire left: 10 right Idilll.: ran a photo finishing I in agreed the summer ILl. plant lo Ih.Ctd display and his. flowers Inter- Among my early associates. : in I

ma boys operated their weekly until flew around, too as long as I T McKenzie hauls I conard viuth, the prmtei s shop I the Dwight .1
Vernon ( irlisle pressman I laude pe operator law office at II show The Ilr'oyellr\ I IlIIve'' running iwwspnptfr were
192V:! when they abandoned it T I Flirt. Haters had a ,
stand thin then a' '
1 could bought Goldic foreman and sect I II I hatcher Harris! of Te pekl\, and
devil: Edwin \ Mcnnmgcr, editor and publisherillum Spenee: shop UK( ) packets otmnm
rind launched a daily, called the Kohler from and hud brought in u voungslerlo away
Stuart Daily News. For a number I plant and sold the George diesel 1"1 Moses Frank Wamsicx editorial writer !and reporter : assist.I A R. Clouts, Roy: Roebuck and the llower show ihut/ summer\ ,I William M Burkholder of Marion
Krueger
Runs, but neither helped me
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of years Stuart was the smallest fit to Browning the Fordealer. -- -- -- --- practiced law/ t hn, /
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ihvUnited States with office H. J Dser ran rowed n vacant building lair or long
town in : a I out of it to'' no regular : irry
I got enough I .
daily. newspaper and the duly hail Daniels so everybody w ahappy. .. J J. R, Pi>mcro> was "postmaster 'lot lair the grocery business ol the run tn his ..'n-II\.I.I\I. John rams -- -- -- -
thirteen continuous yearn of publication pry The Kohler plant was entirely I and the post office was: on I the winter people The area n" \. lor ..ulh should Waller worry'! -

1925 through 1918 ) satisfactory until I got tar corner where the Stuart Drug now known as Shepard Park was; at A regular caller at my oil ice to Palm City to Get llirlh Notice
those the Stuart I (hat. time the winter, home ot one JVVulkcd!
Drug
is; in days rNIN11111Moses
After the staff Nlrr.rlNrrrrl
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seven years much business and was runningit I ill winter war H.ilkwill. the (1\e. NrIrL1I1
of the New York Tribune (beforeit I twenty-four hours a day; then I occupied only one store building, i ol the nations lending Republicanpoliticians. land steel train I lather of Mrs
purchased the New York Herald s.-cond Kohler out. und was operated by M. G Lilt George W Perkins, he-
I had to buy a farad Alhracht. He wished
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in ith local Mmschke had been selling Mrs. Wamsley Loyal
), I came to West Palm Bench fit, and about that time t h e man partnership a His only Inca Frank a
physician Dr. J. A Newnhmn I Perkins H dozen quarts of strawberries Iiltn'I: : : :
and took a job as night city edi Florida Power & I Light Company | ) Mrs th,it he bought I
of the Palm I Beach Post I Carroll Dunscombe was farming : daily ut VI n quart
,
tor daily was organized 1 threw away my an automobile to keep the salesmen
My attention there was drawn to Kohler plants and my direct cur I :,! MX>() ) acres of pineapples, partly Perkins, happened lit go into J"hnTayhr'I from bothering hurt and Nor. ,

a weekly newspaper also! publishedhy I rent motors, and switched to the on his own and partly on leased store one day und 40 saw ''e,1 it in his garage; he never drove Reporter of Early Newspaper
: bcmiliful strawberries lor cents
the Post called. the South Florida land
alternating current supplied by the It. 1 hlrl)' years later foil Alhracht '
She ordered u d o / e u n
Developer II had been started !I new company I Roy I lane, Eddie Boynton and a quurt when give it to 11 n antique'! dealer

Iwo years earlier by D. H ('onk'i In 1923 Stuart had no ice, cither Caorjic' Krueger were operating quarts Mmschke Nest came 1 morning uround I with his Riley (1'11 "Ielhl'n was Ihe cant I II> I mls"a... It A fu ,,. months' later the flonduboom exchanged cheeks: with the city

ling and Howard Sharp ut the Every other day a car of ice'' garage/ order of $1 I berries. Mrs. mumly jokcslcr, He would spend \ burst the two hunks in Stuart manager-I paid lasses mil, he paid

ing of the Model 1 and Company,, was !sent by freight train from WestPalm I Doc' Bailey had just opened regular Perkins, shooed him tall, loll him ; hours on u practical joke, and Moses Frank Wanistew.ilkcd. lailc-d' seines ol businesses tailed %M)0() on account ot whit the city

land. division of the Florida East Beach and was parked on a a new drug lore in the recently I he didnl need to think she was then crow iihout' days (One.afternoon ) into Ihe Developer office one da\ lik-nllv buiulrc-ds ol people-\ o"'c.llhe newspaper I hen I mnrrh-

Coast Railway. The Model 1 Land rail siding near the present Gulf completed hitching" & Lckess store to him $1 I a when I. I I was i'n"'J.J..ick Hanson's : i \I'llIlil1g( n job I realty needed hits I Iso picked up und went back noilh II ed around town and collected occupational
Company had sold about I III.nOO() ()()() Oil Wholesale; plant. When the I building (now Smarts city hall)I. I she going could pay as nice quart' berries I! rl"I.lurunl ilh its horseshoe he wits .it work utmost hclorc was soon apparent li> me that two : license tax monies: from

farms and 1 loll in a swampy area grapevine got around town that William: R Rout was the commtinilv from John gel Taylor just lor 40(1 cents I 1 I serving counter T hree or lour cuts- 1 he reiili/c'd H, und never did. u a reporter ni-tispiipc-is could not' continue 1 to all my food )1 In a couple' I days

hack of 1 Lake Worth most of it 1 the ice car had arrived everybodywho I \ .s only Y surveyor und self- I II But Mrs. Perkins didnt know :: loosen were sitting around hut t give I more lo u newspupirHe : ,survive in Stuart, so I woike-d out I h ul raised; lri)1\ );() and felt'I like, H

was flooded periodically( and the wanted a chunk jumped! in his I styled I engineer He surveyed a lot : Mmschke, ; he gut the cook oil in there was no interest, Riley was )I woiked tirelessly: uboul eight ii i plan lo buy competitor\ the I millionaire

Model Land Company, was faced car and hurried to the rail siding : for me, look, three days,, to do itand i a coiner, her a \1 hill und I, sitting on a stool by himself, plusing I ecn hunts u iliiy wrote u column. Stuart Dulv News I the deal was' Ihc hurricanes of I'Oh:! .1 md t
gave
with the necessity of keeping the In a little "office" by the track charged me only $5 I II told her to stick John Taylor's | with a tunnel that he had stuck I I II read und uhstrutled the exchmgc, soon consummated, hut nothing. I I'J.H) were very destructive hut the
land purchasers; happy and "sold"on sat wl/cned clerk with a big I behind the bell buckle' attended all meetings he could could slop the collapse ol husi.new building
a up ). E. Wynne was;. the local railroad strawberries in a hot oven for five I in his pants l the property they had bought nose and glasses When II customer I I agent He had started the : minutes the cook, did so, und i He was turned away trusts I IheI i I hour uhoiii, and wrote retinas "I. I lo illustrate Ihe laN year I which until recently housed

So the Model land(I Company( I drove up wanting: ice, this drug' store he sold to Littmun &. VI rs. Perkins was 110 angry about I counter, :and he would lean fat I caps: I"rnic I Lyons tells Ihe story the two iK-wspiipe-rs" were separulc the olfices of the Vnilhe-nstcrn.
made Conkling a proposition that clerk climbed in the freight car Newnham and tried to run with the' the wilted berries served for dinner i hack put a half dollar on his 'of iiKHlmii! linn one day about I92S institutions. their Mai gross hll.I ./- I'rinlinil11pllny.. was. a Ihrec-
if he would launch a weekly newspaper off chunk the appropriate forward 'walking slowly' down Ihe trial lo I ness: was almost 21X.IM)0) ) ,. The \
1 cut a winter society: crowd, but the I II that day she hunted Mmschke I forehead, then come slowly story inte-rlockmu tile structure
devoted to development news size, carried it out and put I it! behind was too 1 much for him. F, K ,, and told him John' Taylor had apparently t trying lo drop' Palm C'ily, perspiring! freely und first year ol the consolidation., built by Cotton father (for a fur-
In South Florida the land company the front bumper ot the car. I race got the job next t. then R. Bi 1 I up sent her spoiled fruit, and it would; the half eiollar:: into the funnel, but: I wiping his huld head with n hum!- i I business hud shrunk In u total olNorxvly mture store hut \aciml in I I9Uus
would him IOO.K( oubIICriplion. !
for give at $2 each. l Itin( those days there was II011 i McPherson who, had been agent I be ok. for Mon chke to resume I always missing It would clatter kerchief I rote were him u lilt \ SsSINI<< ) ) the result of the depression The
one year ( of basket" in that area which at Salerno was transferred lo SIUI delivery of $1 berries.Biggest lo the floor and he would get upI and asked bun he wits !gomg needs lo he reminded hurricane blew the thud story olf
It was too good an opportunityto most useful in carrying packages ( and then settle buck "I I hey don t have unv tele-. of the Slimrt and
was art when the Salerno ,station was \| I retrieve it I elc-pre'ssion Scales that building just as if it had been
miss, so Conkling of turned over this .) The clerk collected for the I closed down The F,F.C. railwayhad Greenlecs farming operations in vegetables were I in I on the stool lean 'wuy over uml I\ phone," ha said:: und I have :lo get I IMnrtm" Counlv rind u ruhhy tats: the top I liver ol a cake and, dumped
to Sharp the job running ice and climbed back in his culnc a big freight station presided Charley Farms, and Frank. Biker start all over He kept doing this I the news about i u biihy thud wusI \lot it thiough I9J4 A thousand met I the ilchns on mv newspaper

new weekly along with his various :..,-H.IS n.lme-PcIH.r"ul( :- i over by Loris B. Flint who subsequently Tropical the Ifro citrus iagim und agaw..alwuys unsucI I bom in Palm Cily" It wan such I I in the( county were on relief ul $1 I I office and in I
t responsibilities in connection Moya later manager of the fiorIda I became Stuart's city i I y running owned-acre : Qtovin ol" I cessfully, until, a local man, on a devotion 'li> duly that it inspired, l lu LIllY und >glad> lo fib 'leaves' ItI ICilY hauled' away olghly-live' truck-
with the At the end / Palm City by a
running duily Power& Light Company office I manager \ group N. stool three or four places beyond, I ILruiii never in he-coma a newspuI I I net it M R. C unworn/ and J ran I )loiids ol trash, 'I,Ihe sumo living/ ,
.t of the year the Model land Com- in Stuart He passed on to I, Of course in 1923 Stuart was I investors in NluragH County, ]just blurted: "My posh, thai looks easy I'I' per repomrl (Oh, yewhl I":. I.,) ,' the Martin County Welfare Assn- debris umaslu-il/ the Womiin' Chub
, puny was no longer interested in other rewards in the summer of I I Y. The Phipps Company was Let U So Riley surrendered I 1Ihe,. wiihoui far. five yeiir*
an outpost t in Palm Beach County Port 'mil had enough I me try WimiHley really/ newspaper elation pay building.
for Miiyuen
land subscribing customers! to, the so renewal paper notices its I 196) I Whiit few benefits the community I organizing Paul Hoenshel in charge of I his funnel: sand the half j in those days, 1 Just l worked 1 II with n monthly Ividgit. up to 5A000. A liter I bought the wrecked -

went to the subscribers and about Of course with no ice there got out of the county government developing put citrus and avocaJugroves. dollar und the sucker !stuck the ''there. The list four years of his I ( ). before- the l -dt.rallltlVtrnll.nt1IIIIII1ch. Miifher year building und paid: for
3.(M)0) subscribed for another were no refrigerators And with I were the result of shrewd : I funnel in his pants and leaned I life went into the columns of thatpape. | .,,, the W.P A, and took, over It In joh printing
year. no refrigerators, of course, there 1 bargaining and fijlitmg by H i | 'way buck, gelling the half dollar As he lay dying at his ,I our lobs' In that depression period
By the time I landed in West Palm N'I S. A Matthews was the only I : :; ; Stuart has been victimized i i
was no fresh milk. But somehowor I unites: county commissioner I placed just right i>n his forehead, home in llesscy Addition. I went i I hid a wonderful I slenographer
Beach, the second year had closed other we all seemed to get along, !I 1 the north end of Palm Beach County. building contractor. H. D. Worth About thai lime Riley reached in one hot August afternoon lo and secretary but aII/ I could through 1 tlitf years hy stock i selling

and the subscription list had fallen P. R McCrary was running a I Edward happy, member of the I was 11 ri electrical: contractor i and I I over lo the counter grabbed a sit with him Not a hmith of air pay her was '14 u wuck. She witsghard ichc-mes, und I shudder u hit as T
off to II I IMO. his lime he-us first cornel result C. J. l.arley.: W. I.I Shu-
real estate office on the highway school board in Palm Beach County. in spare I glass of and dumped it in was stirring, and he lay ncrspiring lo get il lair' cash' was scarce,
I went to Conkling one night where, the Triangle Bar is ; (harles McPhersoii. who was -organized I h e Stuart Band the '' ncl.aler I freely and"' moiinmg in Ins distress und brother I'I'I mean scarce) i nun Stanley Sparks, R. J. Bell

and a..kedlh.lt he would take for Nest door to him ll was lo 3wD,1Hosie a key member of the Palm Beach ] which, through the winter g.lve'Sunday A good many men of national A neiyhlmr woman puppedin Just t one llliiHtrulion of how rind a lot more, but why recount

this weekly newspaper; I had for a long time the only County t Democratic Committee, night concerts in the open 1 prominence have had Stuart on twittering Ihut she had hrouught time were: their misadventures". here

dreams of going into business for plumber in town and a few of f their loyal supporters Kate Sherwood was the featured their stopping list ut one time or him a fan so he could' keep' cooler i .1 Ihe ('ily ot Stuart owed I h enewsparper 1 I ho day that that only tornadoin
myself. He asked me why 1 wanted had sold his I : 'round hotel i I vocalist ciinllintird I I I Stuart's history came tilting, was
John E. Taylor grocery Stuart t chief year another. Grover C Icvcland fishedin I und handed him a several Ihmisund. dollars
it. so when I explained, he store to the East Coast Grocery was the Stuart Hotel owned by i M P. Payctte anJ Matt Gin- Stuart waters, as did Warren advertising: i fan He :look i it und said I but nobody coulil their memorable. 'I that must t have been

promptly gave( me the newspaper, Company (Henry Kindred Sr.I I Mr. and Mrs Charley Glass. (Mrs I j dorff from Chicago were running G i. llirdmgs! and other Presidents nothing On the buck of the fan'' lutes, that hud no pay money uNmt I927 It touched: down, !first

lock, stock and barrel There were was operating it), so John had time Glass; was Stanley Kitchmg's sister -I the Rac-dco Electric I The abstract of the parking lot was printed, Johns Morluurv" or hurely so enough city lo pay employes north of the river !toppling un advertising

two provisos; 1 was to give Conk to organize a new hank WarnerB. I Another, sister was Mrs, Florida Ben Hodapp and Harry Robertson property next to City Hall shows Wamsley hud wit hum no sense I' My weekly job wan scurry around! ,I sign from a building; when

ling $500 for books the accounts to about(amount$5,000. I Tilton and A. R. Wallace helped K. Spiers (later Rembcrl) who II were just getting going in the that the land was once owned hy of humor a great loyally and patriotism town and raise a payroll of .a. cum it lelll it! hit a truck currying a cow, '

ing on the him. was Stuart city clerk. The Arun- cement and plastering business. I Grover Cleveland Winter reii m t hut not much judgment, hundred dollar, und ninny and killed the cow Pulling buck
many doubtful); and I was to buy I The old. hank was presided over del Corporation hud an office in John lukert was operating a5,000chickcn dent of Scwalls Point in 192) Hc corned $10MM() ) cash :in his i I i I were pie the limes I could collect $11) up it crossed the town and touched

an old. Cottrell flatbed newspaper for I by a retired wholesale druggist E. town and was one of Stuart's big )() ) and egg f farm at included Captain H. E. Se-wull and pockets for two months, walking or less front my heluugucred advertisers down long enough to destroy
him $500to (
printing press from I told Conk- A. "Pop" Fuge who let his son, enterprises : the office managerwas Salerno his next door neighbor Hugh IWilloughhy .. around Stuart on hi I II rcporlorial( I would' go buck lo the "n two-story garage on the James
print the paper( on. run the hank with the Cornelius Van Anglen, very had! from a pioneer aviator and Steele place 1 1 Ihut was the total.
but he Percy I B. A. Bittan come rounds, so ihut he could. subscribe' ,!'face and pay my employes I t in
ling I had no money assured assistance of Walter Crowell, teller active in civic affairs Fred Hancock New York and persuaded John the first white man to cross the Martin County' entire quota of I scripnou ti> ( romcr's grocery damage.
made difference
me do that( no for I h (No relation to t h e Walter I' was running a movie palacein Taylor to go partners with him in Everglades Also there in winter I an issue of U. S. Farm I land! Hank store or some other merchant, ask timer Thomas hud been in Stuart .
could printing ePost
I job debt that I Crowclllho lives in Stuart now.) the lyrics present location GS building the EI-Blt.Lor apartments, were Mrs Kearny Rodgers, whose bonds when they were offered He I ing him to extend credit! to this off and on during the excitement

and pay I my other way. The East Coast lumber Com I Moore hud tried un ucce\\ful'l now the Atlantic Court. husband had been a big figure I always looked poor as Job's turkey I I for $21 One October morning of the boom though most of .
Subsequently miscellaneous bought some pany's yard was being run by J.iN. ly to farm in Tropical so Joe Younghlood a life insurance in Standard Oil; she later became (Ilf Job had one) and no- person I had an Idea! I went to the his energies were devoted! lo running ,t

printing for another equipment$500, Dunham who was transferred I Ito moved to town und was busy organizing I agent, as a sideline was growing Mr. Ambrose Beavm when my I body would! suspect him ol having' 1 city manager und told him I wanted a moving picture theatre in "

front Conkling of time I the Cocoa yard when J. Web- a new grocery store partnership pineapples on a twenty-acre tract roommate married her Boies Pen- any/ real dough on his. person" to pay occupational license luxes Pittsburgh Pa. He came hack after
and the course pai.Joff I Iuidn'
all in I lowed him. ster Ordway was named managerat I with Roy Ricou but that where the First National Bank is rose had died and a, newcomer Martin County wa* created i n for u lot of my friends uround Ihe tornado to clean up the wreck:

Stuart. t work out so the store her now He offered to sell me the named L. F. Knowles had come 1925 The job was done by a committee I town. So we went through t h e age
Conkling continued to make up I' George Parks and Riley Chris. I came Moore & Hartmun (the late whole twenty acres for $6.000) ) hut in and wa buying property Frank of hard worker who elected l- hooks and I selected the good risk' Hut, as It says in the Book" of
and !print my weekly paper in his trnscn had a hardware, store but Ralph Sr who long served as Stu and Bert Andrew of ('oYington.teel .
1 I had. no money.H. me chiirniun. John E. Taylor the lumber com panics, the I lawyers Kings.. all this old! stuff i is recorded
plant for some months after we : they didnt bother too much with art's ), Their first delivery the livest- interests were regulars, us I
postmaster Edwin Rogers was Warner B. Filton. Hart (ielacn. and physician (they always in (the Book of Chronicles, which"
made the deal until he could deliver it, so a balding bachelor named I clerk was a tow-headed kid wire real estate agent wa Frank's brother-in. Oliver I ( stroll 1 Diinscomhe, and rifle or are rich, or so I have been luld'I.Ihe ), is to say The Stuart News and, if

the printing press 1 was get. I Harry Allen ran the More Parks } named Donald Armstrong, now a R R. Ricou was running a big : Dunlap. Henry W. Savage of two others are still around who nut I drug store, the biggest grocery:: you need to know leaf the pages
borrowed $400 from
So I
ling. I ran the Gulf gas business and I leading architect. commercial fishing operation with Broadway theatrical fume was a the plan across and got the bill I slur s We figured out a total of of that estimable chronicler of the
my brother Karl bought a linotype I Chnstensen! erect eJ windmills I Carl 1. Ricou was running the the help of his son Ernest, and and there were :h't of: I through Ihe I egislature iihout X MM( ) worth, of licenses, so I passing parade
aver
for $200( down, and selII' There were a good! many of these I Racket Store on Flagler Avenue, his son-in.law, Warner Tilton I distinguished. men liked _.
shop in Stuart in the old McPherson -I in 1923, for no electricity was near present location of Paramount George J. Backus had a hit-and- to come to Stuart for the winter, I _-- --- -- -- -- -- --- -

building where Charley Beyer'i available I to farms .1 Cleaners He was the only good miss real estate and insurance business In those day just saw now. ..../1 r .. ,nw ,., PaambO f"

cafe is today For about four Stanley Kitching had! a dry goods! I. bicycle man in town because his chief interest was The greatest excitement in Stu .1

months I gathered the news, putit I emporium but he couldnt be I Bert Babcock and his wife had in growing gladiolus on his farm art's history attended a hurricanein ,

MI type, I locked! up the page, bothered, so he took his clerk built a triangular building where on the South Fork R, A. Tunleywas September 1924. We missed the

and hauled them to West Palm Ben Eckest. in as a partner, then Rowell Furniture is now and were manager of his Stuart office. wind hut thirty-six inches of rain

Beach where the newspapers were sold him the store I I opening" a garage. I Charley parr and Harry Veghta fell in thirty-six. hours In my

printed!. Then I piled the plates Curd Schroeder was running a I Lawson Ziegler. was running the were running an auto tire printing plant (where Beyer' cafe t ,

und all the papers in my car andhightailed grocery store where Joe Rich ti local bakery ''I EmilIO Cahre, an artist businell'l 1* now), water wa sin inches deep I v'q
it back to Stuart.In now Jack Harrison had a highly successful was doing some building I on the floor because rain fell in A Ir. %, q wr

those days Stuart had no electricity The Stuart Messenger occupied restaurant on the corner I Henry, was ]lust getting the street faster than the gutter

in the daytime. The generating -I an old building :later a church-: ; where the El.Bclva Hotel was the lumber business with a new. I'' could carry it away. The rain k r 1 rt ilt

plant started up every after. to the west of Stuart Hotel near built, an old building! now owned I. comer. L. Dorsey, I washed away Ihe Florida E a 11 t

noon at 5 o'clock and continued I the "bridge spanning the St. lucie by Perry Carlton I of Fort Pierce. H II. Bailey was operating alive I Coast railway track al the Rio

running till midnight. It also op, .River. A dry cleaning establish- Frank Mmschke ran a comb-! and dime store in the hank' crossing (where there have always* P ., +tl J
crated Tuesday afternoons so !' -"* operated in a shack on the nation grocery and market thai building .I been big' ponds), and also- at the I.

women of the community could corner; where the old Southeastern : later merged with Moore k Hart- Bob Mack had the chief eating creek one-half mile' south of the

iron the clothes they had washed I Printing Company building now I man. Frank used to love to tell establishment a !sort of glorified : railroad station (which, Is no more) ., IIEs

(Ihy hand) Monday. This meant stands. 1 how he battled with John E. Tay- hot dog stand A newcomer Bill i Two passenger tram happened to .' 11111

-- ------ ----- Chisholm, had opened! a ten-foot- .i be In Stuart at the lime, one headed "
square stand at the auto camp run I each way, and they were marooned

i by the Woodrum boyi. : there until the following I 1jis
f'.4 Three of the outstanding women I day 1 got out an extra edition of ias.1 ba !

.. in Stuart were Mrs. Ethel T. Porter -I my newspaper and sold 5X( copies

stem-winder of women's organizations ,I lo people on the trains. 1 tried to
.t' and Mrs. Cynthia S. I print all the flood new I could

vai Burnett Haney who contributed a gather on short notice but my far

weekly column to my paper; she icililie I were limited. A highway
M j prided herself on living on 10 cents bridge over the Earman River

a day for food, and sending what about two mile north of the present ft.

she had left I to a mountain school Lake Park, was washed out hy .
in Kentucky Her profile, sculptured : the came flood and for a week "" ",:.. -

by I notable artist of the all automobile traveling between i1

.. ... :r. :::.:' ''''' community, Mrs. (CatherineGeorge Stuart and West Palm Beach, were 1 ...

'-" r .gat e1.r.11r.... w. .L+.arsefa9 '.* .. ( J.) Backus, hung on the routed over plank' on to the FEC. ; f'J
wall of the Woman' Club railroad. track, across the HUNDREDS of boom-style pseudo-Spanish small homes like this were hastily built in Martin County \
T\VE.NTY-FI real estate promoter and two mulct are shown at the ground-breaking of a boom- Walter Kitchmg, retired merchant railroad bridge (which had been I
survived, but many score slapped together
time subdivision" h) 1923. After the boom busted few yean later, the mules were gone and the promoters prince .was a man-about- covered with boards), then back l I during the boom of the Twenties. The more sturdy hurricanes and time. '//1 a ar
I with chicken: wire, lathe and plaster went down before
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.c.111m STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, January 9, 1964 I





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"f! >: ){" 'h, ,,;.. fd '. of Refuge on the Florida coast IS : ;'/1[ ,. f,

Of GroundingIn .. ; : > the Gilbert Bar Station, built in : ;
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Seas '. ,, : fled in 1875 by the U. S.
High "j / ;' ing Service, of which
of' "- built to offer aid for wrecked

Copt Alonzo Shuic surveyed a \ / 1 sailors.

darkening sky gravely from th, \ 1 This one gained a long leaseon
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bridge of his ship the briginimJ t F 1 life because it was used by the
H Lane as the vessel made it r Coast Guard us headquarters for y4 '

way Slowly up Florida cast coal a coastal patrol during World Wai

on the morning of April 16 1886 II and then, through the effort!

The sea was running heavy an of Martin County Historical Society ,
he was apprehensive of a (strong under the impetus of Charles
east wind which was beginning tu Val Clear was acquired by Mar

blow. a 6 tin County renovated, and now
The boat, a fourteen.year-old { t c serves as a marine museum t tc

371.ton. two-masted. square riggc which both the Navy and the

vessel from Scarsport' : ? wa Coast Guard have contributed invalu -
out of Matanzas, Cuba: a car ible historical m ileruil.

go of molasses, bound for Phila. In addition to serving as a lI1a-

tlclphia! It carried a crew of eight, rme and pioneer museum t h e
well represented internationallyFred I House ot Refuge has become an 1rir'"v

A, Shutc son of the captain, I important marine biological center I :

was first mate, from Belfast, Me under direction of Director '''
August Fuhrman, Hmiburg Germany Stephen Schmidt with the biologi.

second mate; Adirm Kessel, cat activities( spurred by Ro ;

seaman, Germany; Frederick Witham, who has supervised research spvf'
Jones, seaman, Liverpool, England, into the life cycles of the
John M Jakobson, seaman, Nor giant loggerhead trunk und green

way; John Ahlskog, seaman, Fin turtles which lay their eggs on the
land and Henry Whitlock, steward, t Florida coist Many thousands oftea

Portland, Me A PILE WRECKAGE on the beach where a lumber schooner went ashore on the Martin County turtles have been! hatched ut "
the ,station and released The tur
By afternoon the wind had coast 'back in the curly days." Pioneers got much building material from such wrecks. F ,
changed to gale force and the sailing tie( links which also include large 1'5. v.* ;,

vessel was slowly driven on the distant and the nearest shelter from covered sufficiently the next morning these brave men," It was signedby specimens in a tank at the oceanside .P : wi #

coast Heavy ram had started and the rain that at intervals would to lake a boat down the Indian Ihe entire crew of the museum arc of pir 1 a'P' 1

Shute was tearful of reefs and at pour down upon the already chilled River to the site of the wreck. Theycrossed Thus. the judgment of the LifeSaving ticular interest to tourists- -epecnlly H aD
snail
the fry.
darkness he made a decision The and half-dead men Service which saw the
of land
the
J. H. Lane anchored and would For he the narrow strip In CO-Ol"crllIIOn with Dr Archie
a time kept crewagainst the and the need of Houses of Refuge was
ocean
river
to ride out the storm It was bank to shelter them separating Carr at the University of Florida
try a and found the beach littered with just fied 1 he copy of the wreck
five and one-half milts south- against the pitiless wind that still debris. The Lane had completely report covering the J. \II Lane is the museum rears and releases.
southeast of Gilbert Bar Houseof i blew with great violence," The broken during the night. Wreckage the first known detailed accountof thousinds of green turtles annually
up effort whether this
Refuge. seamen were all given l a drink of lay for miles "in mcxlricublc a rescue made at Gilberts Btr vanishing in tm species to, see which used to I Illl: IIISIOKIt old Life I Saving Station which has stood against the gales and hurricanes of eighty-

Samuel A. Bunker, keeper of brandy from Bunkers flash. confusion" About 400( casks of Thirty-four accounts of rescue be an important fishery and source eight years, .is now a county-owned marine museum under supervision of Martin County Historical

the U S Life Saving Station, Walking staggering, falling and molasses!! in salvagable conditionwere including the Lune, are in file at of food for the pioneers, can hereintroduced Society Lookout tower was used by Coast Guard in World War 11
couldn't see the ship through the crawling it took nine hours of on the beach A search failed the House of Refuge Museum! numbers to Flon. I
and the rain, and he did misery to reach the House of Refuge in -- -
darkness --
to produce the body of Whit covering a period during 1886- da waters ----- -- ---

not discover the threatened vessel 1 the After traveling sank four exhaustedin miles, lock 1918. Many of the distressed vessels Currently under way i is a research cot at the station und calling' for old station Crowds of spectators log except the routine data o n
until 7 a.m. on April 17 The storm captains son small launches of
abated. Bunker proceeded the sand, unable to go( any Shute and his crew left the station were only project financed by the three meals a day--us well as the come to watch the angry sea weather and the mandatory" answerto
had not April 26 in their small boat, fishermen with power failures. Florida Conservation first aid the the question: h the house
south on the beach until he further. The rest continued, Bunk. involved with Department need to give to injur- And there is a memory of those '
provisioned from government stores Some heavy tonnage studying the life cycle of the crawfish ed-Keeper Rea and his wife I clean?
reached a spot opposite the Lane. er and his assistants supporting the All were handled long-tone storms of the past when After duly noting "It is"
by Bunker They had been sheltered great cargoes or Florida lobster and the marked the high point of the reu on a
The brig was pitching violently, crew as best they could. for six days with equal dedication to the station stone crab both important com son for being" of the station the keepers would patrol the lone I succession of days after days, one
immediate One and half miles from the
decided there no a '
he was
but of lives. the A
saving against
beaches bending Preston McMillin
a purpose mercial seafoods ly keeper : on
The card of J. H From-
following upreci The next
long as its cable station, Bunker left the group and keeper
danger as he of
to seized
wind-driven ready 17 1881
if had Nov was by a
In spray
many cases even men In the eighty-eight that
alien left with Bunker "We, years recorded succession of
:
He turned to the station to returned for Fred Shutc By half was berger, a
held survived the sea they might have this historical has stood assistance to any wrecked mariners spirit either of truth or rebellion,
carrying him and stopping the undersigned, officers and crew building rescues of small craft in his wreck
watch with telescopeThe every "
!keep a a perished ashore on thin lonely the island about they found. and wrote "No" and "It is not
h of the brig J. H Lane, which on rocky narrow journal. mostly boats capsized atSt
few to they
minutes rest, finally
storm continued for two reached the house at 2 a.m. on stranded on a reef six miles south coast with ni_Mich...eIotabli hmcnt two miles south of Stuart Beach t.: Lucia Inlet. as tlangtrolis fursmall "Sitt8i t oil the! T)0r) <:h* m* quiet'''''fbr\ ) "several days, eventually got

days, constantly hammering the April 20, .five hours after of Gilbert Bar, House of Refuge as the Home of Refuge. it has had "a reason for being," vessels then as now. times, there I is also a memory ot around to using a dish rag and a
vessel. The captain knew, as did twenty The station was operated active It has served the long long lonesome nights and broom and duly noted: Thor
und here it is undecipherable)
the Lane had run upon the reef ( After the U. S. Life Saving Service "
w Bunker, that the cable.Lanesale A constant depended three and one-half days since U had a total wreck, desire to expressour ly through World War H when it The log of its first keeper, Fred became the U S. Coast t Guard days when nothing went into the oujhlv clean againMVRIM .
on its used the U.S. Coast t Guardas Whitehead of St Lucie, appointedDec
j first anchored. heartfelt thanks to Samuel F. was by the station remained of service to
watch was maintained hold. and the crew At the station a hot fire was Bunker, keeper of said station. also un observation post Since 1955, I I. 1876, tells of providing aid manners, with a motor lifeboat
prayed it would' and Charles Wolf it his become a museum of Martin to thirteen sailors of the wrecked
H I ,
built and coffee was served before Hawley which could! be launched) by rails
19 Capt.Shute'
But at 1:30: a m April Noriru' which ashore Y
Florida history went
assisted him. We and South ship "
who
confirmed. The the men fell into exhausted gallantly County into the sea, or go the river 4
fears were sleep. would undoubtedly have perished, retaining much of its original north of the station on April 1 I. route" to the inlet i f er

cable parted and the ship was Sailors were a sturdy lot in either in the surf or on the beach atmosphere and outward ap 1879 He resigned in 1879 and Axel H. Jol1n.tnwnHcck reports -
.r
reef
driven onto a shore.threequartersof In the darkness those day and all but one had re but for the efforts and courage,: of pcarancc. was replaced by Fred Stoner of from Aug. 12 1910( to Nov I
mile from
a St Lucie until July 6. 18KO when
22 1918 included twenty-one rescues -
the crew was helpless to attempt .. . Preston A McMilland, also of St
.
including one of an aviator
'
"
the '
a boat launching and "" ."'""" ) t ( -\ Io- t. Lucie, took over the job David
absorbed a merciless pound ; ':' \ .' :I.t!' 'J\. ,. ':: :;" 1. :,. from a seull.lne.
brig 4' \, -( 1It.! k'.t'f' Brown was keeper until March 25, 1945 when,
4 I r.t'f: w'l.! ( 'ft' From 1918 until itwas
,< ,1." : ,,. ;. tees, when John Thomas Peacock
ingThe heavi .: "\ <: .., ", < .' : de-colllml\loloncd. the station
still .
rain was falling ". .\ \ ..... took over, shortly succeeded on
.
: in f
ly by daylight and it wasnt until :, 'l. 1 ( < ( .. ........l(' luly I II I. 1885, by Samuel F. Bunker Chief was successively Mate C harley Mason!charge, Charles o
that Bunker < '
during slight cessation The of t the
job patrolling
"f' Meckms
"" Culpeppcr. Earl Culpcp
what had happened
was able to see teach and keeping constant watch
> again from 1940 to 1941Ihomas srr
immediatly gathered per?:
He .
; *an a lonely one and the pay was >
Deutch
assistants, Charles Wolf I"e ** I lewis John r
his two
; +la# low $400 a ycnr Bunker helped
und finally
Dale
Earl
Frank Fakes -
and H. I. Hawley, and started for rescue the survivors of the "J. H.
ej Mile First Class
Boatswains
In the storm they arrived .
the scene Lane and of the sloop "Outing"He
Bernard "Junior" HoJapl'ho
opposite the stricken vessel m 1888 his sue
llam. The Lane was listing resigned hud a crew of nine when the order
around :cssor being David McClnrdy, folowed "
well over to the windward and 1'4M ssvas. 'jI by Hubert W. Bessey on cume to "lower the flag
\Houseof
that Today the "crew" of the
lay quartering to the waves luly 12, 1890 when the salary Refuge Museum consists of
smashed high over her decks. The g was raised to $600( a year. Bcsscy.crvc'J
I members if Martin
whatever holds they !. townspeople
i! crew clung to for seven years followed County Historical Society who act
could iy W. E. Rea, both Stuart pioiccrs .
r At 1 p.m. Capt. Shute decided Cw r d#+ r ,. as hosts to explain the many relics s
t of the which, it contains
to try to launch a small boat. f In Reas tenure on Oct 16, sea
wind It is a house of many mcmor
Fighting the high waves and 1904, the hark Valentine was "
succeeded after an hour tes situated at what charts once
the crew stranded with a crew of twelve in -
and all managed to get aboard called' the St Lucie Rocks: a
what the keeper described as "a
of
wild and dangerous stretch
accident. A current "
without strong
terrible gale It was of Italian
was running to the southward and registry. On the very next diy, coast t for Ihe old sailing vessels dash : BIOLOGICAL research is one of the major activities

as the boat cast off its stern was Det 17, the I.246" -ton ship "CosmeColzado During st"N11huge waves today Here is a double.h mdful of baby sea turtles, which are
whirled around and carried swift- of Barcelona! Spain. went f against the rocks and !send spray reared In tanks, released when ubout a year old
ly past the stern of the lane. A NAMEPLATE! : OF the "Wilbert S Bartlett' is among the many local wreck mementoes to be seen at aground in the storm with fifteen and spume flying high over the

huge wave crashed broadside tho House of Refuge Museum There are also many rare objects brought up from wrecks along the survivors. With twenty seven ---

against the open boat capsizing it coast. Antique maps are on display. I stranded mariners occupying every I :
and flinging the men in every direction MONTHLOCAL
into the sea. After a desperate -I mB T 0tTH'E

struggle, all the crew were '
able to regain a hold on the bottom M r .
\0 ;
side up boat by means of attached .

lifelines which the captains I I ; '.

foresight had provided at the bow r 1! ", : tl : r: '
.
and stern. Now and agim the raging I

sea would by one and two tear 1 I
the men loose from their holds 1

and they would frantically fight Fr !j jN
their way back. Bunker describedit :.. ,

as "indeed a battle for life" :

The sea was destined not to Kt I

the crew escape free. Whitlock,
the steward exhausted, lost his I ,
bold and could not regain it He s

was sucked under and perished
ew.
The battle with the sea lasted t g ww

two hours as the capsized boat
drifted two miles south of the ;v.
-
wreck where it at last touched ,- '
544, '


bottom.survivors..Bunker Breakers; and his smashed assistants at had the i--- -J .*. .

helplessly watched the drama from __

the beach, moving south in a line \ :
with the boat. At a point where

the crew got close! enough to shore, '
the keeper rushed into the surf ,' ay
with a lifeline around his body, ', .
help by hilt assistant and hauled "

out the half.drowned menThe .
trip back to the station was ; 4z.Mt

almost as grueling an ordeal as v

had been the struggle with the sea.

I In Bunker's words "Cold, wet,

some hardly able to stand on their

feet it seemed hardly possible LOCAL RESIDENTS are keepers' today. Mrs Ross Witham, Director Stephen Schmidt and Mrs,

the that station they ,would seven be and able a half to reach miles THIS SMALL SULLNC CRAFT WENT AGROUND ON HIE ROCKS AT TIlE HOUSE OF REILCE. Hugh L. Willoughby Jr, confer over the "exhibit of the month."





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Bright and Clear in ., c, BscsoxqRoteio Indian Culture


\ dXxgzts lane rausarrr Began 10,000 B.C.

This Ancient TaleA
Jauurc. ., By RIPLEV P. BLLLEN,

I Cantor Social: Sciences
hook that will not die i is Jonathan Dickinson's Journal, horn 11rr University ..f Florida, and
from the r v r ?!.*4 lad the State Museum
harrowing experiences of a hand of Quakers, seamen and

slaves 268 years ago on what is now the Martin County const Over thousands of years Florida -

First printed in Englund In I7X( it saw at least nineteen printingsin i has been occupied I bv+ differing

England, America, Holland and Germany until I IH69. then I m ZtreaxatgX Indian cultures In broad outline
1945 the late Professor Charles M szrera ,
Andrews of Yale and his wife threatened to tear it to pieces eea they varied from the earliest hunters

,Evangeline W.lker Andrews. thoroughly They tore Mrs Dickinson's clothes IAzl* of large animals with no permanent
researched! the story and from her, but finally relented and dwelling to the settled
:brought out a new edition, which gave her a pair of breeches. Remember d ..eO agriculturalists with large ceremonial -
has since been "sold out? The new. that these were cultured! e centers arranged in a civic plan
cst edition, a paperback by Yale people Dickinson later became as found by the early Spanish explorers.
Chief Justice of Pennsylvania x, .
:University Press, was printed in
1961 and copies are available at They threatened to scalp them all aI I Around I O.KK( )( B C, man enter
Val's Book Store here. and told! how they had burned ed Florida, thousands of >years after
two Spanish Inars at (he stake his ancestors first crossed from
What is this hook that will not
:die? Why has it been so popular 'And being all stripped as nuked Siberia to Alaska on a Bering Sea
through more than two and one. M we were born" wrote Dick : : : I' land bridge Nimrod might have
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half centuries inson, and endeavoring to hide ; : Y been his name as he was still a
our nakedness, these cannibals hunter of mighty animals such as
the first American classic ei
It is
took our great Bible and a hock ear it the now extinct mammoth, mastodon -
and perhaps the greatest, because of Robert Barclays und tearing r r.a a rot and large bison At least his
'the story that it tells of unswerving the leaves would found
out give each sea. spear points in Florida are I
faith in God in a time of trial is ) r, a.r
of us a leaf to cover us ut similar to those found elsewherewith !
;ageless. which time they would deride and .1 remains of these animals. i
The title page of one of the smite us, and instantly. another Shortly, however he became acclimated

early editions stiles: 'Narrative of would snatch away what the other : < !started making sidc-
.a Shipwreck in tile Uulf of flor- gave us ." a 43v Zv notched points with beveled edges

'ida Shewing Gods Protecting AH you sail out :SI. Lucie Inlet, try and crudely chipped stemmed
;.Providence, Mans Surest Help and comfortable and serene, visualize .1 i Zr 4 0 f o D 7l M x Y C o irs..ut. points with thinned bases and begun

'Defence in Times of Greatest\ t Difficulty this hapless bund of men, women lo specialize in shellfish, as a
and Most Eminent Danger, and children stripped nuked, I *l **' stable food supply Shell gouges,
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Faithfully Related by One of the tauntingly given loaves of u Ruble ffaffigSBgTO ? K! I r 7a.IN JYYo. 41Yaw+ cells, and chisels were developed, !
Persons Concerned, Jonathan Dick- an (heir only covering und then aMr V". .!. w gyp probably for the construction of I
jnson "The lord on high is ; losing thatlhrough; dugout Canoe Extremely:: thick I
'mightier than the noise of many i all of this they kept TillS UNUSUAL! MP. in which north and south are shown hori I ucia" River I is indicated. A student of semantics might ponder shell heaps along the Si Johns I
waters; yen, him( the mighty I their human dignity their nobilityof zonlilly, was an early cartographical illustration: of the Jonathan whether the English shipwreck victims misunderstood the Spanish River and in places.. along the coast: i!
waves of the sea The dark spirit, their close touch with n Dickinson Diary Note the thin line at lower right which traces pronunciation "Hovay" for Jove and called it Hoc Biy" mark this period, which is referred i
places of the earth are full.! of the1habitations God who failed them the of the. 'Reformation" front lo in archaeological parlance as
: never course Port Royal in Ltmaicauntil and that the English name Jupiter was a later correction to return I
of cruellyTrue t No t'riiWI... reached except it was wrecked at llohay," now Hole Sound The "St. the area to its original. name for the god of mythology. the Archaic period! and! which lusted ,
then anJ true today "''a heart turned Nuked, they from about 7,000)() B.C. to around
The hook known more briellyas .. .. .
--- -- ---- ---- -- ------- I.MM( () BC
were plagued by unbelievable -- -- -------- ---- ----- --------
"
'Dickinson's Journal was hordes ot mosquitoes." 1 I he I Indians ,' .... ,1. .,J'il"'W "" Our nimrod was still a hunter
1 ,
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originally the diary of Jonathan Elliott, Kvinrudc, Kiplinger, McQuigg f.; \/{ ); s 'P! 7. i a-5lt V )'I\ '.. f
threw fish guts la them for : I. : \ ... ,.. "' '. f but a hunter of small animals who
;
Dickinson, a converted Quaker ., .]// ,t.- .. "r" :
food. They walked in the shadow.. periodically returned to his semi-
formerly a planter in Jamaica of the valley of death, endureda ''1 Iff \ J.iA' J........ < > ;'1 ,J.-W.fl< :" permanent home on a shcllhcap. I
who sailed from Port Royal in hurricane which wiped out flimsy Many Leaders .f> ,.t. .. :: '...1'Y, & Very likely his wife and children
August 1696 with his family and huts in the Indian Distinguished in home
village, were < stayed at and collected shellfish
leader of the 1 5"II r'p \\ R E 'K
Robert Barrow a pasted from hand to hand and tribe '; / ,, I while he hunted He specialized 9
\ r. 4Nli'A (
Friends hound for the new colony to tribe up the coast, walking the Wt1'J"A\ Co" t1' : I in the manufacture ot large
of Pennsylvania. Their barkenline ,.i ": .
sets beach while the Indians threat Roster \ : : ., arrow or spear points-the most
Local
-
the Reformation; was ened them wiihh death at every of History GroupBy 'i'" common Florida type-which have

wrecked on Jupiter Island some turn and plagued them by throw- : '< 'Iit.: .,.. been found throughout the state
UK miles south of the present St. lug rocks and conch shells at them. : : : :: :: north of Lake Okcechohee Basketry -
Lucie Inlet, in a gale (we call And yet they kept their faith W. G. CORIISS and Newell Advertising Agency, words Evinrude" and 'Johnson' ian" o "' .' '. \\developed, chiefly for

them hurricanes now) on the nightof in Cod! Martin Historical Society the executive vice president otIcnnen mean outboard motors" to millions I' < GO "', -.r...D'r ..,""''s\ 0'I the transportation of shellfish! but

Sept :23, 1696, I Although 268 years hay passed, which County was formed in 1955, and Newell and finally, of people around Ihe world. I '. ,>, ". .' .' i .. :, ,.... :. also for mats for the walls of Mrs. ,
The of twenty-five let these the vital \ Nimrods hut.
company us see people as
'Quakers: seamen and slaves were human beings they were, and place has not only had the support of thus executive vice president and He spends a good deal of his time- : .: cI'.o ij src r J x c P,(j. the community its leaders and the director of J. Walter long period of time
) ThomponCompuny ... l.I
thrown ashore in. a savage new ourselves: in their shoe How at his beautiful home in Jensen I, '-r,, ; If' < : there
many 1h'a.
world. From Dickinson wt gel anyewjtne.M of us could have made it and still county the government hut also in Jh{ MI rle I )'8 largest u>l- Beach or aboard his palatial 118- I I "'1\1 i. J \:"1\-:;'. _f41 1t.' Nt>: if.: Mr: and were Mrs very Nimrod's little changes of life in
eight/ years that have passedit verlising Presently he i is way
agency. .
view of the primitive faith in "Chanticleer Florida
keep our unswerving Deity? foot yacht in but two extremely important and
has had
the leadership and their consultant all lord Motor
on
Indians who once lived in Martin The Dickinson cr. (lJc is a preview I support waters. I tiMf or *IOTrSl"j..t"ft'Il1'i i *', art, weir revolutionary events occurred.
.
outstanding national figures i .
advertising
County; 'About the eighth or of in? faith that was to make World Company War II he was in During the U. S. I The s e arc some of the more \ tlfstvtc\\ sasWa.. (0f" 'r: r Around 2,000( () B.C. Mrs Nimrod
pinch hour (after the wreck) came a great nation; eighty years before well known persons who serve at J < ''''' .(" \ J and her cousin in Georgia learnedto
Air For. and lieu -
'.. Army to
A rose
the lit
glance at roster of of-
Indian being nuked except the American '
two men revolution they for Ihe Historical ir CtrtWcill. -.. I
trustees Society. : make
a small piece of platted work showed the spirit of the America leers and trustees for 1964 showsa tenant colonel He is a veteran of :I r\1cttuljt r tt'J''V"fW1e1..f. ",. t : ;. > pottery vessels
There others of fine and I .
,
of straws and fastened behind to come. group of people with a remarkable forty-six coinh.it missions and has, varied are abilities many There two ,.. JOS'TII. .\,' LItwla\'SNr) ( ., : These cooking containers, which
are ,
likeness made depth and breadth of experience among his many decorations the ..L et" permitted belter food preparation
with a horsetail in Before they got to St I 'w.4.
hunk d three vice
of a sort of silk-grass, from the tine walking the sae! .AUgUM'1 individually and collectively air medal with four clusters He presidents presidents tour top n realtors, law-1 I Psi. ... ;'f ,' .. .: '; '. I and utilization, were tempered with
and There 'Is hardly field I In was an instructor at the Army'sfamous t' fI ( I vegetable materials and were the
southward, running fiercely lute November 'blue any JI.lnt.\.f- I
at the mouth, having. no er" down them. which the society could have a General Staff and (bar yen and tax experts. insurance | c \.I'\.I\ Tit Lerjen lcrie g ''l ittduk" first clay vessels made in the
foaming except their knives, violently I Benjamin swept Allen on a \ Hcre'j problem which doe n't have a highly nand School men, two retired Navy captains educators .' "-' .": Will."' eatsrs. yea, thaw the mitXnu'"' United States antedating those. in
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seized the first of our men Dickinson's, froze to death a competent person ready and Also among the trustees Ralph busy and talented ladies rest country by 500 to
they- met Their countenance four of the slaves. How the aged I willing to offer help from years Evinrudc He grew/ up in the business i- "' -).stir.. z 'I'hedartylscts'ef: } tseFertewrt'tull! : : I 1,000 years. They were made in
furious and They Barrow of practical experience They bring of outboard motors< with his As the society moves, shortly, .. alpha shapes and decorated with incised
bloody Robert made hak
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had their hair tied M a roll behind a miracle. From Si. Augustine, the to the society, in most cases, a lifetime father, Ole bvmrudc, who elivel- into its ninth year along with the \,. ?" ...:t- I.i! I, : ,i .. designs I denuniscent! of woven bas
I of first-hand the fvinrude Motor back in fiftieth of The 1 Stuart News its kets. The other event was (the start
from which stuck two bones, shaped Friends were transported to the knowledge. oiled( '' v.... I
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one like a broad arrow, the rurolma in dugouts of the Yam- Some of these people are of national 1907() In 1929:! they merged with affairs are in good hands It I h' of interstate trade. Well before
Other a spearhead ." asse Indians, and eventually reach : stature whose! work u n daccomplihmcnts Elto und formed the Outboard especially fortunate to have to direct Tflt Wfii u: >fnoN'.' '. i. '. I \1,200 BC, large containers made

Other Indians soon came swarm ed Philadelphia where the have had national Motors t Corporation By 1914, at the Elliott Museum a hui-! :: 1 .>, 1 Vi y" < ,'A \ /t: : of steatite, a soft but heavy rock,
and wile team of exceptional abilities. :
ing up, The Quakers und English able Burrow whose light vener'l und in some cases, international I the death of his father, he became' Schmidt und hiswile ti 4l 1 _< kC<:<'H(.(<. : .. ;.....110 ',.. were imported into Florida from
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had i. president corporation t
teamen, armed WltOlu.ketM, pirn had brought them significance One such Harmon j '
to make their choice uy to whether shortly after died and was P, Elliott, inventor Hi) it is i 1916 he merged' with i: Johnson Carol of K.the. Schmidt University Both of New are .:t T,1\cQail (Stttetu'ow.etalrf! lJ4 hn'.lIr ... Alabama!
they would fight overwhelming cst in the Friends burying i throullh'l who designed, built and gave to Motors and formed the OutboardMarine graduates n ., I' With expanding horizons and de
)jiumbcrs or place their trust in Jonathan: Dickinson I = the Historical Society its beautiful and Mo1nuflcturing1111' Mexico with degrees! in anthropology }\L} NJgt. La1Ctewt4( ", velopments in other parts of the
God. 11\ Martin County i I" named in $250,000:' ( Elliott:: Museum and added i puny of which he became president and archaeology and wlih I in "t"-., t f..wMVUutt. ;;i 1:;+: an'" .T..r.. country, profound occurred
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for many archaeological surveys : .,.J" .V : : ; I Nimrod's life during
down his collection of old and remained !so many in the
'We sat ourselves ex honor of the Quaker writer priceless ) ,' tt. ,
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The name of the 'fit > I ;. 4x t1il. list millennium before ChristThese t
petting cruelly and hard death, cars and carriages which depict years. corpora ". 'Y""'. ,- "" t .1jJ\r.. ,,
and Utah. Carol has also to her : J\\ ...
except it should please the Alhughty t the evolution of transportation tion was changed! in 1956 to Outboard changes did not occur all
God to work wonderfully Explorer Cabot Harmon Elliott is among the nation Marine Corporation and credit honors work from the university and 'HILL I PAGE of the sixth edition of the Dickinson Diary. It was at once but we cannot trace their

for our deliverance. In this deep 'a most outstanding, inventors.He he became vice chairman of the in museum techniques first published by Mary Hynd in London in (1700 and was republished development here They representnew
concernment, some of us were not Found and his father produced hundreds board of directors. Early in 1963 the Florida Indians! sixteen times in England and America and three times in influences, new ideas and
left without hopes; blessed he the May Have of patented t inventions he was male chairman of t the Holland and Germany, all between 1700( and 1869 Early volumesare probably nw people entering Flor
name of the Lord in Whom we throughout their lifetimes starting board, a position he now holds Boost! Stuart said The Stuart and valuable ida from the west and north. By
,ru'ed.' Florida FirstPonce in 1874. wish, the spring equalizer Ralph bvmrude has made the Times of 1913 and we say it today. extremely rare the end of this period of transition

This is really the theme of the on horse-drawn buggies und con. -- ---- Nimrod had become a farmer who
entire book: full faith in God de Leon nay not have tinning on through bicycles, quad. raised corn, beans, and squash and
(though seized by savages and enduring been the "discoverer" of Floridain I ncycles, and finally into some Carried only hunted or fished on weekendsto
unheard. of privations. It 1513 | 154 patients on a 'toll-plate addressing He Saw Loot from Mayan Temples supplement his diet of vegeta
would he 'good reading" for all According to evidence that was machine The Elliott quad- hie,. Venison and 'coon then as
(If America today to refresh .itself resented by the noted historian, rlcycle, unveiled way hack in IXH7 now added! flavor to the stew, Nor
with/ this diary which recounts David O True of Miami, John Sebastian !solved most of the basic automobile were oysters and conches and
instance utter Instance in Cabot, the English explorer chassis problems such as steering Ashore Here in 1553 Where Is It Buried? clams spurned by those living near
which unswerving faith in God and navigator, was Florida's,, real dilferenti.il rear wheels, sell- ; the sea
brought the shipwrecked company discoverer in 1496. adjusting brakes and many oth
through dangers True cited Cosa's of tSK( ) ers. Many of the early automobile
Antiquity of the name of the which showed Cabot manufacturers paid royalties to I Four hundred and eleven years come the first personal historianof ', hid given him for his education I and Loxahatchee River region, chohtc, from which today's metro-

St. Lucie River, which doubtlesshas in Florida in 1496-97 di'ICoverie.1 the Elliott family for yearsIn ago, in 1552, a sunburned, matted- South Florida He wrote his i and a running start in the New with their main town being the Martin If Miami gained its name
opened and! closed time and map shows the river later named 1959 Harmon Elliott sold haired white man, indistinguishable memoir in Spain in 1575 Three ''I World and became a slave of the huge shell mound on the coast oftoday's County has a "Port May-
again through the centuries is Rio Santa Cruz Rio Luz and San out his interest in the Elliott Addressing from the band of Indians to centuries later u was translated great cacique (or king) Carlos of Jupiter. aca" on the huge lake but appar-
'shown by Dickinson's reference to ta Lucia by the Spaniards. Machine Company for which he belonged us a slave, saw from the Spanish by Buckingham the Caloosas over around what is This particular wreck is thought ently the original Mayaca was up
:'Indian town "Santa Lucea" at There is one speculation that I nearly $4.000000. nearly the loot of a Spanish galleon\ which Smith and in 1945 it \\ reprinted today Fort Myers For seventeen to have been a plate ship, en route around Lake George on the St.
,the mouth of a wide and broad (he Sebastian River is named for half of it to his former gave employes had floundered on this coast carried by Glades House at Coral Gables. years, until he was a man of thirty to Spain with loot from the Mayan Johns River. One wonders whetherthe
river of the same name "about John Sebastian Cabot but that is und undertook the development of ashore bv the 1 L; Jians. Fontenada was short on educa- he lived!, traveled and hunted with temples of Mexico, which went early Florida Indians may have
,a degree to the northward." The open to conjecture.. Certain it is, I our present museum.! Currently h. It included a tremenelous for tion but long on experience. The I the Indians of Florida being the ashore on the Florida East Coastin t had an ethnical link with the
.Quakers, captive of the Indians, however that Cabot mapped the spends the winter season with us tune in glittering gold looted first t tI son of Spaniards who took part in first white man to see the Everglades -II 1553. Fontenada writes of at Mayans.
wanted" to be taken northward to New World just four years after ut his home on the St Lucie River by the Spaniards from the strange the conquest and domination of : least half a dozen plate ship wrecks He did not like them very much.
St. Augustine whence they could Columbus discovered it in 1492 or on his yacht the ninety-two-faot I, temples of the Mayans in what' Peru he was a thirteen-year-old When Jean Ribaut the French I looted by the Indians on both He thought that Florida might
-hope to reach the Carolinas and but halted at Sun Salvador ali island "Harmon-Elh"Another is now Yucatan. Guatemala and I boy being sent from Cartagena to I explorer, touched at Cape Canav Gulf and Atlantic Coasts.Some make a good cattle country if the
;eventually Pennsylvania, but their in the Bahamas, turning back very distinguished! trus- ; Mexico Some had been: melted Spain for an education when the eral in 1562-w here the space missiles small objects of Mayan: Indians could be eliminated and
-Indian captors took them insteadto True also maintained in a letter tee is W M Kiplmger, chairman into huge gold ban. Where they i ship that he was on, with 2(1)others ) are now being launched gold, including tiny golden alligators suggested: "Let them te taken in
the 'south! to a large Indian townat written to The Stuart Newsin :I of the Board of the Kiplmger Wash are today no one knows They I I aboard, was wrecked in the painted "Indian" came running for- have been found in modern hand gently inviting them to peace;
Jupiter then called Hoe Bay. 1950, that Ponce de Leon visited ington Editors. He is author of have never been found I I Honda. Keys then culled the .1 word and! begged his protection, times along the route of the Caloo- then putting them under deck: husbands
'(It is believed that the Englishmen the St. Lucie River and claimedthe several hooks and publisher of the All we know is that this cap- I Martyrs- 1545, deliverance sahatchee River and there well may and wives together sell them
misinterpreted the Spanish land for Spain here by placing I various Kiplmger Letters and of tive man saw the gold taken from Only a handful of the ship be even here around Stuart-of among the Islands, and even upon I
Hovay for Jove or Jupiter and a stone cross in the river, which the well known national magazine the plate ship and, after his deliverance -I wrecked Spaniards escaped deathat Of interest to this area is Fon- Mayan temple gold hidden by the Terra Firm for money and I
that through gradual usage Hobe he called Rio de Santa Cruz However "Changing Times" He splits his left a first-hand accountof the hands of the Florida Indians. tenada's account of "the riches Indians, who"weren't about to give then the Spaniards might make
Sound derived from this same other historians dispute this time between Bethesda Md. and I Unlike the more tractable and eas- found by the Indians of Ais, which it hack" to the Spaniards. some stock farms for breeding of

lingual error.) point and claim that the cross, "Baytree Lodge" In Sewalls Point it.Early Florida explorers, avid for ily conquered Canbs of Haiti, perhaps were as much as a million Some authorities say that Fon cattle."
Eventually, they got their captors claiming the land for Spain, was Fla A graduate of Ohio Stare University gold and pearls and searching for Santo Domingo and Cuba, the dollars, or over, in ban of silver, tenada returned to Florida as an Smallpox and the fierce Creeks
to take them northward and deposited at Jupiter in the Loxa- with an A.B. and an honorary the fountain of youth, were no Florida. Indians were tough and in gold, and in articles of jewelry interpreter for the cruel Pedro (the Seminoles) took care of the
came to St. Lucie Inlet on the hatchee, after Ponce de Leon's LL.D, he is a member of great shakes as writers Nearly all courageous fighters.: Moreover, nude. by the hands of the Mexican D'Aviles Menendez. One of Men- early Indians and later, following
north side of which was the town caravels had been turned back by many clubs and civic organizations accounts by them are second or even before Ponce DC Leon "dis Indians which the passengerswere ;endez' lieutenants is credited with Fontenada's advice In a second
:jot Santa Lucea. Old shell mounds the Gulf Stream which sets strongy around Washington, D. C. third-hand. The famous had ghostwriters t covered"* Florida in 1513 the news bringing with them. These executing Carlos, the cacique of hand sort of way the U. S. government
near the House of Refuge prob- off the coast at that point. I John L McQuigg is a trustee in those days, even as now of how the white men had treated things Carlos divided with the the Catoous, presumably for refusing bundled off the Seminoles
ably| mark this town as shell However True maintained that who has spent a lifetime in the ad- The earliest historical accounts are the Indians of Cuba and Santo caciques of Ail. Jeaga Guests, lo tell where the treasures to Oklahoma mound at Dubois Park in Jupiter he "South St. Lucie Inlet is where vertising business. He. has been almost completely lacking in freshness Domingo had reached the mainland Mayajuaco and Mayaca, and he I had been hidden. nant that fled to the 'Glades-and
murk the old Hoe Bay town. Ponce de Leon buried the cross, i the advertising manager for West of viewpoint or descriptive of America. took what pleased! him, or the best Fontenaeia i little book is absorb- today we do have some fine pastures
Here the Indians tore their from which the place was given I Texas Utilities Company and of matter. Fontcnija presumably becauseof part" ingly Interesting; Today' place and top notch stock breeding
clothes: from them snatched the the name La Cruz in 1313, and is I the Frigidaire Division of General So it remained for Hernando his youth, was one of the few Ala was what we now call the. names have survived through the in South Florida, even if it took
DwknMotv mfane 4 six months-! I, so shown onr the Freduccl map of Motors a vice president! director D'Escalanta Fontenada.. an unlettered whose lives were spared. He lost Indian River and the Jeagas were |I[centuries. He tells of tile vast "Lake tour' centuries to bring Fomwada'i:
;old child from ill mother and "13," J and partner of the (Gever, Cornell man and a captive, to be- $25,000 in gold which his parents, the tribe inhabiting the St. Lucie Mayaimi," today' Lake Okee- advice to full flower.


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39 Years of Growth and ProgressActually





Martin County's history dates back there is a solidly-growing interior where some of the Through wise overall zoning, the residentialareas
through all the eras sketched in this Historical Edition. largest citrus, farming beef cattle and dairying projectsin of Martin County are protected, but at the same
This was successively part of St. Johns, Mosquito, St. Florida are under way. They are aided by a water time we welcome light industry and will help it to find
Lucie, Brevard, Dade and Palm Beach Counties, until control system and expanding roads system which your its place.
Martin County was created by legislative act in 1925. County Commission encourages and supports
Your County Commission is dedicated to continu
Named for Governor John W. Martin, who held The area in and around Stuart is the scene of the ing the policies which experience has proven make for
office at that time, it had less than 4,000 residents. By largest chrysanthemum growing industry in Florida. sound, steady growth.We are committed to sound finan
1950, just fourteen years ago, that figure had climbed to Grown under electric lights and shade, this specialized cial management and, on our part, have "held the tax:
8.000-and it more than doubled in the next decade to industry furnishes flowers for the nation line."
17,000, making this one of the fastest growing counties I
in the United States. Today, in 1964, our population is Martin County is still growing, is still a land of The future of Martin County promises even more ,
estimated at 22,500. opportunity. It has a flourishing tourist industry builton than the past. Toll-free bridges to the ocean beaches, ,
sport fishing. New accommodations are being built achieved only this past year by the County Commission; ,
We invite you to visit us-as so many do; invite constantly. Many new homes are built here each year an agreement with St. Lucie County which will serve
you to make yourself acquainted with our wonderful by those who come first on vacation, then decide to retire the double purpose of providing an ocean-boulevard
opportunities for good living and then to become one of here. and a farm to market road, a paved Martin Highway,
us-as so many have. progress on the Pratt & Whitney Access road, all
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Will Hawley Stevens Founded The Stuart Times in April 1913 JI






1 Borrowed a $5 Bill A Chronology of This Was a Young Boy's Paradise brolhcr-m-law Merrill of who Si tipped Lucie off County Sheriff a and pound snipper at the brought fish house four, pont cents

that John and lUnfiud Mohley and

This NewspaperPast Wallace Stevens Editor's Son the the others were going up the coast pllno> fish ten cents in general a pound a cent and bottom and-
Plus Town night they were ambushed He half .
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To Start NewspaperIt first newspaper was The Tells of Life in Early StuartBy finally me before and I the got we poor him h.ulnt to;man go been fishing Ull out out with:long of often pine night fire when made in they'd a several wire build basket dollars a big out in tat in a

Stuart Times, founded April I 18, the boat and got drowned." front of a row \bout and walk in
1911 by Will H Stevens who the shallow water from Stuart
died in I 1928 at Cocoa He ope'ra; WALLACE: SlnE SIn .... In the bic'cle) riding of that through Hogg's Cove spearing
didn't take much to start a newspaper fifty years ago, accord cd this enterprise until March 2. diy I found mv' natural clement flounders Occasionally some one
ing to Wallace Stevens, Okeechobee City. I 1917 I the summer time, back Having no wheel of my own I stepped on a stmgarec on such
Stevens, the of Will Stuart in 19n the re t two trains hid Dads when I
son Hawley Stevens founder of The were u to use could andit but
that
On Nov. 5. 1915, the owners of an cxpcdiiion was just
Times which is the ancestor of the modern The Stuart News remembers the Fort Pierce News-Tribun day when I first came to Stuart \'-' was built more' for strength thin one or the ha/urds of the night
that his father borrowed five dollars from A. k Wilson! publisherof started The Stuart Messenger, with The one that my mother, my sister speed but still I could: hold my ON n There were of
: course a f.w
Maude and I
arrived
on came south in the races that eume when
the Fort Pierce Tribune on A. K. Wilson as proprietor and I C. up tourists t who came down each win
about nightfall and came buck boys 1 md
got together frequently
which he wa* working as a printer S. SIlky as editor. ter and made fishing main
through the next morning. My t two or three ol us would ride to a oc i
and brought out the first t edition I '
For sixteen months the town had father. Will H. Stevens, had come West Palm Ik'ich md back in II cupation And about 1915 H I i..
on April 18, 1913. I two newspapers Vigorous effort to Stuart two or three months before day Fustily young C /h.irlie HI.I ikes-! lyons, father of Ernest lyons. I
"The was a success from were made to consolidate then discovered the black buss '
paper and started the Stuart Times lee und I dc-citled lo rule to Mmmi fishing
the start," remembers Stevens hut this move was not effected Houses were scarce but he hud and visit an mini ol mine Some in the South Fork of the St. lucie
"My father got the loyalty and until March of 1917 when the Fort secured rooms lor us on the second festivity or oilier persuaded us to and le\l m.my joyous expeditions
support of the people in the com Pierce interests absorbed The floor of the home of Mrs.C. stop over in West Palm Hcaeh the into th.il beautiful wilderness where
munity who realized" that the town Stuart Times. S. Haney My earliest recollection >. first night IIn.1e tried to !save fish would literally jump from the
needed a paper. I The Stuart Messenger continued is of walking out in the hotel fare by sleeping on the cushions wilier into the frying pan and give
Although he never went beyond to operate under the same manag yard shortly after dawn the morning of a boat til the city dock but unbelievers a taste of what heaven
the sixth grade in school, Will H. ment until E. R. Clynia was en : after arrival and seeing the the mosquitoes drove us out about might be like I also remember
Stevens was self-educated In the I ployed by the Fort Pierce interNs palm trees and tropical plants/ and midnight and we had to spend Judge Rightmier coming by the
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printing craft-an attainment of Ion M.irch 31\ 1921, to act as cdi- tasting a few of the fruits that wereso about half the money we had und newspaper office one day with an
many country editors on the early tor On Feb. I 16, 1922. he hough different from those we hid left pay a dollar for a room. eighteen pound black bass caught!:
American scene He came from a the paper from the Fort Pierce in Virginia: Next t day was the I lourlh of up Jensen way
newspaper family his father owning interests and brought his son Ra We must have arrived on a July and we rode on lo Delray Probably though the most fun
the Joliet, III, Record. on which men Civ mil, to Stuart to act a. 'Tuesday night because next diy where they wire eelebruling with of r all for the people lay m the

young Will served his apprentice business manager Dad told us to plan for 1111 all-d.iy the usual cow ponv races! speeches weekly baseball games Probably
ship from primer's devil on up I Another son. Carleton I IJ. Clym, picnic the following day for it was S and free picnic dinner Miami was every Florida town of any size at
He was named for Will County came to Stuart on May 31, O23, customary for much of the town still filly miles away when it was all hud a team in those days and
HI to act as editor when his father to close up on Thursday and every- ,, lime (hI Marl on that alicrmvnliliikcslec rivalry was keen As a rule all
"D.id was the best speller I ever retired one go to the beach 'I herelere de-elded to go buck to pluycrs were local except the
knew," commented Wallaceoneof The Clyma brother operates of course no roads or VIt Stuart but I IIIo.nt: on About nine pitcher und he wut supposed to
the finest tributes a newspaperman I MILL II \\\LEV SltMNS: The StUart Messenger as a weekly to the ocean hut most that night I reached my uunl!'s be ftomi-locul I and working ut a
can pay to another CopieshaJnawaei'aae I until Oct. 2, 1925, when they boat and care had. been ; homehul found her gone I went job but they never got much work
War I I. His lather eventuall!) sold I launched The Stuart Daily News, provide space for us lo sleep on the porch too tired nut of him except on the hull field.Sluurt'i ,
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out The Stuart Times and wentto heavily patronized with real! estil them The 'Bench' 'in to worry about mosquitoes und big was supplemented
SON IOI.LOWED IN Moore Haven where he found ;' advertising during the Boom Stuart always meant the pavilion later she found, me and moved me I by brnest and Doug: Ricou I from
JUD'S HHHSIirS ed the paper for that town. Later I I' was then and continued for several been built by the men of into a bed without waking me Jensen and the first baseman from
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Times and moved to the Bar- period. the and hud hid rained hard\! and it had been players, None of the diamands
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tow Record 1924-29 In 1931 Dad felt that Stuart had a great The South Florida Developer dressing rooms for men : SlfcUNI: : (Fanny Due-lie Ovleta) shared !postponed a week. Main cause, of Will fenced and a home run had!
in the depth of the Depression, future. He supported the St. Lu. was started as a weekly in West t and plenty of and triumphs of her hushund and downs, he celebration was u new wooden to bo hit a long way but Ernest
he went to Hollywood and start cie Canal because he believed it Palm Beach on May 31, 1921 by lunches.space lips bridge across Iliscuyno Day to Rieou won many a game with
ed the Hollywood Taller, free would make Stuart a big port in Howard Sharp who later owned picnic in the embattled days when he run Ilianii Reach where Carl Fishier a clout far beyond the ordinary
distribution, and the HollywoodSun Florida, but he wa.Hong about and published the Everglades New The complete \ succcvsion of other, newspapers, She was hud joined Collins und J Puncoust in playing field. Surrency and] Brown
paid circulation, later combining 1 that part of the future," Wallace at Canal Point. real friendship of ed on Jacksonville on May 19, 1963 starling a new resort city. Bicycle' were two of the pitchers hired\! by
them as the Hollywood Stevens said. The Developer was purchased by demonstrated to me curly risers were 'to be big events of the Sluurt at different times. Brown
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Sun-Tatler. The paper was a 'He liked the area however, and Edwin A, Menninger on Jan. I I. day und I just t could squeeze in was probably the best as he Was
semi-weekly i I with 4.000)( circulation we used to go bailboating on the 1923, and moved to Stuart on Aug. brother of Stuart's a res i- division I i I und frequently the ''hI the boys under fourteen class fast and fiery, but Surrency was
when he sold I it in I 1943 and river and do some gardening 10, 1923, with its plant where Mary Hartiuan. found I and mutches came down to the two of as my fourteenth birthday w as good) with a deceptive curve that
went in the dairy business. His around the house Charles Beyer has his restaurant gotten my bathing suit kilel us und victory for either side lay coming in about two weeks The usually kept opponents from mut
son, \V. W. Stevens now operates 'Like everyone else we used to today opposite Rowell Furniture his that'underwear I wear his while he Ncccssil in who had the choice to name race course was down a rock road! log more than a run or two. On
Stevens Jersey Dairy thereof go on the community picnics each building. I was ,, used so the contest about half a mile und uroinul the one occasion though Surrency
week at the beach. Everyone It operated there weekly, Jack nearly the same ago pranks, The following year Mr. and front of the only house to hit seen more than met hit match, Stuart
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the early Stuart Times, all hand 1 to the House of Refuge and the old Boom, and for a }period of( five seemed to I .and with a large eighth grade gnu the starting point in a celebration of some kind and
letter time, flawlessly pavilion. pay any ; from the uarmg, into the ninth und with I excited I took they had picked .
set one at a were years Stuart again had two newspaper In a was so a deep up a first buse.niui
accurate and Will H Stev- On Saturdays we would go out pl nn. pioneer and drug| Merle, Darrell unit I-e-onard Smith/ breath at the Mart and poppedoil who reportedly hud been putout
ens handled the English languagelike to the ball games. The town hada On April 1, 1928, Menninger best happened of it. you just 1 he coming from Michigan/ lo enter all the buttons on my shirt of tho big leagues for some I
a master, in recording eventsputting good team and paid a pitcher purchased The Stuart Daily News Dad was still having/ had an the school, the high school bcciui front-1 didn't have a racing/ mil sort of misdemeanor. The diamond
praise where due and calling \ $400 a month to pitch. We let from the Clynia brothers and consolidated printed in Ft. Pierce headed a unit; in 'itself with no grammu' ) like some of lIsa hoys Ihu shirt at rilfsmero was newly hewn out
a spade a spade when he deem the league lots 01 tunes," recalled 1 the plants, continuing t to of our arrival but the at( : t :tt e of I grade student in the lame roonMarslon \, willed open and held me buck I of the palincltocs/ and every tuna
ed it necessary Stevens. publish the South Florida Developer I enthusiastic and proud ( e' I I II who Hates, son of Glenn/ Bate, pretty bud but I nianugeJ lo win this player, known onlyu"P:
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With his background as a jour- "Dad was well liked generally as a weekly edition until 1931 I newspaper and supported I nun Stuart first band leader and nuisi! and was awarded a beautiful/ thin Green," came to bat he not only
printer, Will H Stevens but eventually fell out with some when it expired. Everyone was anxious to instructor\ was an early Sluur racing bicycle valued at $75 as a hit a home run but darn near lost
neyman
moved to Florida in 1884 and went of the town's leading citizens over Menninger continued publica get his own printing plant railroad/ ugh school student who achieve we. I rode the new bicyclehonuc the ball and delayed the game con-
to work for the Halifax Journalin various matters and felt he should lion of 'I I he Stuart News until fore many months he was considerable scientific prominence and Dud, who hud had: no siderably. I was still a kid but
Daytona Beach as a printer move on He was a man of extremely June, 1934, when daily publication order it. A good credit burhe und murried the grand-daughter of word of the race, saw the new thought I knew baseball and sidled
Daytona then had a population of strong opinions He fell was suspended after some nine the American Type lor Alexander Gruhum Bell, Inventor racer and thought I had traded his up lo Surrency and asked him why
only 300() He served as member of out over points of view with such years and publication of The he mum thing making this then (if the telephone bike, which win better built for his he didn't walk Green when he
the home guard 'Halifax Rifles"at men as Judge Hancock and Stan- Stuart News as a weekly began. for ho had gone on Most of thus travel about town :201)! Ibs. and was pretty mad I came to bat. which seemed to be
Daytona Beach Icy Kitchmg, who were commun- Ernest F Lyons joined the staff cd" in a real estate venture :: of was by bicycle. Quite a few of the finally managed to gu a few words ilniost''I'clrrJJ inning Surrency
Always looking for greener pastures ity leaders -and advertisers" as a reporter in 1931 I. was adver gmm and had arrived in a tent irccls were rocked with while I In and explain that his bicycle was aid, what I've
-the younger Stevens remembers Wallace remembers that his i Using director for several years, with only a five dollar serving ofus rock and (hero was a rock coming by express. been trying to do all afternoon."
his father as an impulsive father was "an impulse! thinker and has been editor in the past had been borrowed from was MI I fad to West Palm Beach and to Stuart grew nlowly In Ihooo days The city folks In those days held
man-Ihe elder Stevens moved to His most embarrassing mistake was twenty-two years. Among other Wilson of the Ft. Pierce a full- Jensen and n Pierce, but there and few of the residents>> cared round dances at the hotel or the
Virginia where he went into the when he came out with a defenseof employees of long tenure were for whom he had worked many was no puving 1 there was only 1 hey liked it like it was and in ndivlduul homes. Mr. and M,..
real estate and land promotion I John Ashley, who had been William H. Mitchell, advertising days as a printer edge of the railroad bridge il the river, fact there was considerable os. Harry Dyer and their daughter
business and finally launched the hunted by the law for years on director until his retirement about lo save the cost of a up his but Charles: Blukcsle-o erS ran a position i to incorporating I the (own. were wonderful in entertaining the
Claremont, Va, Herald in 1897 the charge of shooting an Indian four years ago, and Edwin A. Men ng the old and vacant lime ferry barge pulled by the old 3, B MacDonald and a few others: )younger folk at their pretty home
It was an immediate success. Wallace for his furs. Next week John finger, Jr., who acted as city and building :200! feet west of : opc-r- "Viola" that got folks across in however, were anxious, for SWart on the river, Some of the country
Stevens was born at Clare- robbed the bank" I snorts editor until I he went into Hotel was rented for $12 a on the time of slorm If a car came up on to become a real municipality and folk had square dances with a jug
He sold the paper and it becamethe the office supply business in 1958 and the big Cranston near the other side from, where the they achieved Iheir purpose some- of moonshine hid in the bushel
mont.While the paper succeeded, Will Stuart Messenger on March Mary Hartman, who helped and two Chandler and 1Wd'I! built ferry was tied, the driver raised! a what by subterfuge. The suite law and some of these got pretty rough,
Stevens' land promotion plans did 2, 1917 compile our last historical edition power job presses moved of lag that Charlie could see from rend that, if a certain proportion of but aside from a man losing part
not. He had hoped to transplantto What equipment was used to ill 1950, was long society editor the assorted necessary type. on the his fish house" and In half an houror li/cns were gathered for the pur- of an ear or something, no lusting
Virginia the successful ten-acre print the old paper? and general reporter, and a host of: oline motor was to supply City so he'd come over and get him poise of incorporation, a municipal- damage was done
I tracts for small farms sales plan "Well we had a Price-Chandler others worked on the paper through for the big press but there t was Mosquitoes were pretty bad in Ity could thereupon be declared I regretted it greatly when Dad
I that was working so well in Florida cylinder press which printed four the years.. lime to connect it up for I from slimmer und frequently even in the and a charter adopted and officials sold tho Times to Judge Hancock:
but it flopped in Virginia. pages tit a time, then turn All The Stuart News was purchased issue in the new home and Them middle of the day pedestrians hud elected But opponents of incor- of Stuart and Mr. Wilson of It
Going broke in Virginia, despitethe the type was hand- et. We folded by> Gordon B. Lockwood, long associated colored man pushed a the 10 carry finely shredded palmetto loralion were given the Idea that a Pierce alter four years or so of
thriving weekly, Stevens left the papers by hand and the boys with the Muncie Newspapers ached to the fly wheel and witches\ and even put sheets olewspapcr I ballot would be taken and incor- operation. I stayed in Stuart and
his family which consisted of his took them around town" at Muncie, Ind, and with :250! or so copies were otter inside i their' i slocking oration depend upon the tally worked for tho nw outfit for a
wife, a son, Wallace, and a daugh What does the son think was Washington, D.C., publishing in- The first few weeks ) had There were s few automobiles Opponents were confident they hadthe little while after the change but
ter. ?Maude.-now Maude Stevens his' fathers greatest contributionto eresu, on Sept. 1, I 1957. all the writing ty I rode of course and Frank Coventry numbers to defeat the measure in the summer of 1917 Leonard
Callahan, Jacksonville-and hitchhiked the area? Mr. Lockwood built the modern printing himself In fact he cow tried valiantly to establish a pay- and attended\! full strength/ to do Smith and I bought an old belt-
to Florida. He worked on "Well, he was a builder," said plant at I 111 I I East Ocean Boulevardand Iy set the type directly out to In- ng bus line to Went Palm Beach so. Whereupon Mr MacDonald, drive Hirley Davidson motorcycleand
the; -Evening Appeal in Jacksonvillein Stevens. 'He always worked for The Stuart News was movedto case without bothering to t trail with his big touring/ car but gather- I residing' arose and said that, since started north to see the world.!
1904 and on the TimesUnionat the town in which he was putting that location, opposite the Martin story. I started learning at- ed more fame transporting John count of those present showed suficicnt We had two suitcases strapped behind "
the time of the disastrous Jacksonville out a paper He stood for progress County courthouse, in February type but wasnt much help Ashley and his troop out of town citi/ins hud gathered for and Leonard sitting under the
fire. md common sense. Stuart got its of 1958 where this edition signalizes long time, Then Ed Mapp, I fall after (he first bunk robbery than Incorporation! Sluurt was therefore handle bars and the poor machinecouldn't
Stevens got a job with the Fort first t ice plant through a headlinehe the sixth year under his been a top notch printer in con- be ever did from hn bus line. declared a municipality, Hakcd even pull off until w.
Pierce Tribune as a printer but ran for weeks saying, 'Stuart ownership. Minn., and had come to later I John Ashley was one of the for a molion to accept the had unloaded one suitcase,
didn't stay at it long. needs an ice plant. plant a grove on the South first main topics of conversation around charter prepared md for nomination Between Ft. Pierce and Vero the
On an impulse! which turned 'I 1 think the greatest monument worked three days a week i water luart He lived with his father of officials. The bewildered rock road had been ground to
out to be very good judgment, Stev- hat he left was the papers and paper in the area. It was followedby a day :: for and mother and brother just seven opponents tried to start an argu- dust by big road trucks and w.
ens borrowed the five dollars and the towns he worked in, All except the Stuart Messenger* South Stuart then was a young screens miles south at fruits and many fluent hut were too disorganized: fell seventeeen times in about six
came to Stuart where he found Moore Haven have grown Florida Developer, The Stuart paradise The river was which Stuart men had hunted with him. and, before they knew it. Mr MacDonald miles finally we knocked a pedal
immediate support from a com and prospered" Daily News and finally the present clear and most of the boys fly lhe family was generally held in was mayor and I believer off ten miles south of Melbourneand
munity that was thriving at the The Stuart Times was the first day The Stuart News. I were in bathing suits a and I good regard. Frank Ashley, the Gregg city marshalL! Order couldn't start it except bv
north end of what was then Palm of the day through the in the youngest brother freQuently rode Will quickly restored running and jumping on. Leonard l
Beach County. Pineapples, commercial Ripe pineapples were free no ihe l local freight up to' Stuart with Amusements in the early days couldn t get under the handle bars
fishing and small farms :, t' sz .,I packing sheds. Mangoes /But a his brother, Ld, who was a railroad were mostly of) nature's provldin, that way so he had to walk in while
haeattfl great guns. /" f I around in season at Bessc'y' arrived brakeman and spent the day but Fred Hancock( built the Lyric I rode ahead and got it fixed. We
The a inter.ests and cocoanuts hung from us wimmmg and playing with the theatre soon after we came toStuart camped that night in a little pins
gave the new paper the sup along the waterfront near Car Stuart boys. I remember asking and as the son of the newspaper grove in the centre of Melbourne'
port it needed to get started\ and t r.J W< picked them and banged was him one time why he didn't gel editor I was the envy of business section and next: day got
keep going. Things went 10 well -: T'I on the railroad track to J. R. John to let him go along on one my colleagues with a full-time as far as Hastings, which then was
that, two months after the first ; ',' them. Nearly all waterfront had of the ,latter' outlaw foray and puall.) Another feature each winer on the mam east coast road
issue, he moved his family here. .4 ; :> 1 had a dock out into the \ out I he laid "shucks, I've asked him to was the coming of several nun- I was supposed to take the exam
"Edward Mapp was one of our .., every boy knew how to yean I and he said he'd break every bone strel shows that pitched their tents for entrance to Annapolis Naval
first printers" Wallace Stevens I "'(It": : fishing spear or a cast in my body if he caught me trying on the west side of the tracks Academy in Jacksonville at nine
laid I when interviewed recently. '. ...,j I few families who had no and to do the things he and Bob bad across from the passenger depotand next morning so Leonard mado
"My father did much of the work s\ '" fishermen to bring m eslab- one" then' gave a parade" throughe me go on alone to make* time. I
on the paper, gathering news and I ought theirs at .. when ''I Frank and Ed Ashley were later I town: Most r" :the shows had arrived in the middle of the geometry
advertising and setting type. We ... _.. house at three pounds for a I of a supposedly drowned at sea while an all-negro cast and some of those' exum-which I later found
had a colored man to turn the :i er, all cleaned and dressed. / I running 'liquor from Bimml butBill big \Lull black fellows could play a was the only one I failed but any
press at first I _. .. .-- were SOc a QuurLCommercl.1 his Ashley the oldest brother, re trombone In a way that later made way, wf had had enough motorcycling ..
"The paper was located near the '. .., .- i' & fishing and ''I < sleep I i amed on the right side/ pf the lawall New Orleans and Memphis famous to do us and luckily were
Stuart Hotel in a building later ... pies were the main support had I his life and did me a favor a for their: music able to 1:1the: \ machine for enough
moved! near the telephone company town. The business section \ jl' few. years later when he rescued fishing was not a universally to get me to Chicago where I had
offices used W an Episcopal : : :. dozen or so stores, mostly and I my bird dog from the Stuart dog popular sport in the early days relatives and Leonard to his old
mission and for a while as a & : the east side of the railroad, in pound when I was across in World because: it was too easy and too home in Michigan. I enlisted in tho
dance studio. It bad originally ., _.. Going south from after War I. Bill was a good man but many of the resident were working Navy soon after and I've only been
been Stuart's first church. dock I remember Daddy : he could and did !bold grudges at 'lit it for a living. Several made a back in Stuart since on brief fish*
FIRST CHURCH in with its odd later became the : '
Stuart steeple, ;I: ;:
Wallace Stevens left Stuart in tie jewelry shop, Stanley times. dollar or two a day, which was leg visits but I'll always remembermy
1916 and finally joined the Navy first newspaper office, chamber building, Episcopal parikh house big dry goods managed I ad On a camping trip years litter I plenty to live i on, just trolling for days there is one of the hap:
in time to participate in World -and still stands. Iy by Reggie fetching Prk loflj asked him what happened to the rout from a small sailboat l Trout guest periods of my life




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BACK 12i/YEARS AGO,WE CAME HERE FROM PERRY PORT THEN,AND YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE SINCE,
FLA., IN SEARCH OF A GOOD CLIMATE FOR ONE OF OUR HAVE BUILT AN EVEN BIGGER AND BETTER FURNITURE
CHILDREN. HAVING BEEN IN THE FURNITURE BUSINESS BUSINESS, HOME OWNED AND HOME OPERATED.
IN PERRY,WE OPENED A SMALL FURNITURE STORE IN THE
LITTLE FRAME BUILDING ON FLAGLER AVENUE WHICH THERE IS ALWAYS A FRIENDLY WELCOME FOR YOU
LATER BECAME DR. DAVtY'S OFFICE,(PARAMOUNT AT ROWELL'S. THE FURNITURE NEEDS OF OUR HOME
CLEANERS). FOLKS COME FIRST WITH!I US,AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD
TO ASSIST IN SECURING WHAT YOU WANT AND NEED IN
YOUR PATRONAGE SOON PROVED THAT WE MUST THE WAY OF HOME FURNISHINGS.WE .
HAVE LARGER QUARTERS, SO WE MOVED AND DID BUSINESS .
FOR SEVERAL YEARS IN THE KRUEGER BUILDING CARRY AN EXTREMELY LARGE STOCK, TilE ENTIRE .
STORE NOW HOUSING ANTHONY'S GROCERY (NOW RELIABLE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR BUILDING BEING USED FOR
FEED).OUR FIRM KEPT EXPANDING, DOING BUSINESS WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE SPACE.PLEASE VISIT US ANYTIME
NOT ONLY IN MARTIN COUNTY, BUT IN ST. LUCIE, YOU ARE IN STUART.
INDIAN RIVER, PALM BEACH AND SEMINOLE COUNTIES.
AT THIS TIlfEVE WISH TO THANK ALL OF YOU
LAST FALL,JUST BEFORE THE DESTRUCTIVE HURRICANE WHOSE FRIENDSHIP AND PATRONAGE HAVE ENJOYED .
OF SEPT.26, 1950,WE HAD PURCHASED AND MOVED THROUGH THE YEARS, AND PLEDGE YOU IN RETURN I
INTO OUR PRESENT HOME,THEROWELL BUILDING,WHEN .. THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO TRY TO-MAKE-THIS STORE
THE HURRICANE HIT AND RAISED HAVOC, YOUR SUP. GROW IN SERVICE TO YOU.
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: -Beginning Our 28th Year In This Community-


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I n .--------------------------------------------------- olliee in early April, 116, great tun to git nil dressed up In 1
express
II F fry I s.ivuiso finery, wave' pear and pretend -
I they exulc'd considerable Inter they wire ciinnihals, I'ajsur
Cannibals! cst" according, The !Stuart Met IVjn. u' giiini Ilihtiiuin.. Negro,
engir, played (lie role ol Man I'rid.ly unJ
"r rt. Oil April 2l, thc oUopi were played it will .'
I i out of the big" with arrival ol' Sir! ('he. ,terntan, whit ran the ',.
Pirates! Henry W Savage unit \'cnl'i\'e' MecnsitShop, loaned her lor-
Movie people. who set up hciuliiiirlirs taiw. -shell cit to the proJuuri, to 0i
r9 1 | at Si I iicie Hotel Mr he used ,,1II "pit for Kohmson, hut
Savage: let it he known Hi,it lie U nn iiwiiy t mid she was liniilly
I J/fr\} wa about to nl uk e n movie, mollified. with I he: yitt>> of Rohin-
/ Savages! \\estwird Ho!" and ihe sail fed <"n'r parrot I,ukr ihe cat came e- .{'!
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k Porters Dock. the 'losale of the Pvcntiially the movie. war produced
first scenes. its the replica of un and showed right hero in I
fnllhh11I..ge.. Plenty of Swart our home town Ihentre, where Ih0pliivcrs
youngsters and grown'up, too, and they' inrlndeJ mmt
had their first thrill ut acting mostly of the town could say "Ihati I '
for free, Mr Suvuge budget me:!" 'I
for the film. was around $1 ::!,IHIU The home town paper predicted
to 'i'' .UOO"( unit, although|; Ihe that t i it would bring our town publiciiy. _
Messenger expressed the hope that : fame und fortune II and t hit(; 'J ,
I 'eerpenny of it will he pmt other movie companies:, would I
i In Stuart;' most of the home town prolmlily come trooping in to muke NO. ITS\ NOI the Simla Murlu or Ponce Oe! I Cl'n'a't, \ hut
actors played i for the yl! ,imor of the [Inker\ utter flicker in our wondrous Robinson ( nsu'u: ship which wan "wrecked in the Si lucio:
I. roU tropic selling, It also. said
The scene shifted to u Moorish "it i is prolmlilu! thit some of our
f villupc Ht up on Rocky Point toa local\ actresses, with short training
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character who did not look 110 of ihe screen und will rise to a
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did, 'like Rohlnnon ('runoe. Movie world' ',"
being made rather quickly mill! '/the movies went to Hollywood
cheaply! in those d.iyv it i IH prohibit Our I Heiresses slaved. home But I
that Mr Savage was practicIng Kohmson Crusoe was u darned
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E. i. Ricou, early Stuart postmaster t.
appointed in 1911 and his

The Stypmann Brothers Real Pioneers; ed brother a successful R. R. Ricou commercial who fishing found

enterprise; at Jensen Beach in the
late 90s, traced their ancestry to
t fJ piv Albert Left Otto and Ernest Stuck the Huguenot explorers who land
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bringing them In cheaper from wanted to be recompensed $800
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Otto Was FirstPostmaster Cuba via Key West than they for loss of two acres of crops for nn "'4'ftjIh.nWNl\ ,

could be grown in Florida-Otto the next three years. He fenced I
+w.v r 7s and started selling off his acreage.
He gave the land for the first that land and his nephew C. E. ,1 I
Schroeder, held the railroad
school! off
Ernest Justice'Two The 160 acres he took u pin i i crews with a shotgun Finally a
1882 embraces today the largest settlement of $400 was arrived at
German brothers-Otto part of the Porter Addition High when the railroad sent down an
and Ernest Stypmann-had a School Addition and East End attorney with a two-gallon jug of
Subdivision, includes the land Ernest and his
strong part in the development of on corn. Stypmann
early Stuart and in naming it Pots which the Pelican Hotel stands attorney, DcSteubcn were "out-
dam A third brother Albert and as far eastward as Hildabrad drunk' by the railroads attorneym '
settled across the river but became Park and St Lucie Estates Sec a four-hour session which end
discouraged tion 1. He died in 1929 without ed with the settlement-and the
I issue F.E.C. proceeded toward Miami.
..-- Otto, a native of Pelun, Germany -
came to Florida on the ad. Brother Albert, who left his Ernest Stypmann eventuallysold
chef's job to come here with his his downtown holdings about
vice of his brother, Albert, who
THE WHITE-BEARDED old gentleman in the door of Stuart'i post office on Flaglcr Avenue in this was in 1876 chef of the Ponce family in 1885 homesteaded 160 1911. which included the entire
photo taken back in 1910 was Postmaster Uncle Broslcr" Kitching, who served until 191) when E, dcLeon Hotel in St. Augustine He acres, taking in Haney Creek and business district along Flagler and! HIS WAS Railroad Avenue in downtown Stuart in 1908 as
the Hill' the north side of Osccola Avenues He died in 1917.
on
J. Ricou was appointed and the post office moved to the new Fcroe Building, the corner now occupied settled first near the homestead shown in a postcard mailed from Scwalls Point Post Office to
the river. The freeze f
of his brother, Ernest, at Wabassonear heavy o He was the founder of the Mrs A. H. Small of Portland, Me. It is now Flagler Avenue and
by Stuart Drug Corporation. April 2. 1888, wiped out his pineapples downtown section of Stuart lay-
what is now Vcro Beach, in the store in the center once George W. Parks, General Merchandise -
and discouraged him, so ing out the townsite many years still stands as the home of Stuart Feed & Supply. Mrs. Roy
1882Hi he went buck t to his old trade. before anyone thought of subdivisions -
Future came here and homesteaded Baker furnished (the photo.
of
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.. in 1882 and had the distinction of The third brother Ernest, _
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far- 'eMpA /14th a ;
after
tier after II W Bcsscy in what Germany homesteading 9"I
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Ago ther up the coast t, got a job witha f t"
Stuart. There
V is now was controversy }
; government survey crew on the
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for that Otto
% Mart was described as "A towntn many years I
schooner :Steadfast'
milking a
a f u t u r e-one of the best Stypmann was the 'first honafide of the lower East
geodetic survey
jn the Fast t Coast watch it grow!" .etil.r as he lived continuouslyin Coast They arrived at the mouth RC
in the first edition of The Stuart his holdings and Besscy spent of the St. Lucie in 1878, and! Ernest e
Times seven years at the House of Refuge
-liking what he saw-had a Iz
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The very first edition I pre- small-scale map made for himself U lOS
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Jicted that the government would Otto was Potsdam's first postmaster which showed the locations of A !
open St. Lucie Inlet for navigation maintaining the office in homesteads and government lands
and that there would be a canal his home He retained the post- available at SI I.H an acre.
mastership until 1895 The compensation -
from Lake Okeechobcc to the
He here with Otto
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is /s
r 1882 sailing from Titusville in a
The first ha n't happened yet; year. schooner loaded with lumber. provisions Fr
the second is St. Lucie Canal. He built a five.room home on pumps and seeds
the river bunk and! in the fall of
Since he had forfeited his
SALERNO: IN 1913 1882 cleared eight acres for pineapples right .
WANTED 'ROCK RO\DS By J 1913, he had thirty to homestead by having already $1I i71i
homesteaded al Duck Point near ?
acres in pines.
I I Salerno Commercial Club was He was Democratic committee- Wabasso, he purchased forty acres k
the first "chamber of commerce'there of land from the government fora
man from 1886 until 1896 and
Back in 1911 when L V. total of $50 -and it turned out
succeeded in having his nephew,
Gere was secretary', it was plead. to be what is now the heart of
Henry Stypmann, appointed first
with Palm Beach County Commissioners v1rR
leg downtown "old of Stuart.
OVERLOOKING the fields back around (1893 County town
pineapple wasLouis tax collector of Palm Beach
roads
to "give us rock Ernest, like else here,
C. McFarlan, Pennsylvania realtor, who liked Stuart 10 well after the Dade County division. raised everyone
pineapples, and also fished
that he built a winter home, still standing, on Albany Avenue, and W. A"Ba was StuarVi first After the pineapple market collapsed and went after green turtles in the 'tN
brought his family here winter vacations for jeweler in 1913 the FCC w 81 ittla
on many years "Blue Hole" on the Indian River ,y( { / t
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peace in 1886.
He had an argument with the TilE HKSI printing plant of The Stuart Times, moved from its former location, still stands on
F.E.C. railroad when it tried to 1 bird Street just west of the telephone exchange. For many years it served as an Episcopal mission,
put its nght-of-way diagonally then as a dance studio It was unoccupied when this picture was taken in October 1963. This building
through his pineapple patch He was originally constructed by the pioneers as an interdenominational church and was the first
offered to give the land free but church in Stuart. I


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We are proud to have taken part in the building of Martin County over the AND ARE PROUD TO HAVE TAKEN

years. We have done work on several notable businesses in the area. Ulmer Motors,

Langford Terrace & Marina, Hartman-Leighton Building, and most recently the PART IN ITS GROWTH !

new Shopping Center on Colorado Ave. We look forward to the continued growthof

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C TIR STUART //T1u)11'LR'9) TlulasAa9. January. 5, 19<,!4 A'NnT.RHRvrnmo"

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I St. Lucre Canal Approved in 1914, Is Boon to Agriculture Here I




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Lucie Canal, a twenty-five-mile artificial river tapping' vast

Lake Okecchohec, was originally approved hack in 1914 11dram

age and navigation outlet from the lake, with greit accent upon It.

commercial use as a barge waterway, hut few foresaw (hit ih greatest t l

boon would be to agriculture Digging/ begin in September 191 % Y

with dredges starting at the lake L-m--,....----. 1 x f.
and working eastward a .
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derness supporting it few scrul
cattle and a few patches ol 'hit. + A i ith OLD AERIAL: nEW shows Ihe 1 island and lock tormcrh at Port Mayaca where the canal enters Lake

and-run" tomato farms w hi" I h Okeechobec These works were removed in Ilit.' 10 gn<: unimpeded discharge from Ihe lake.

were frequently drown out lit ,
parched Small acme citrus phmtings .
attempted on ten.acre tracts AY
west of Palm City and Port Su
Icrno were bringing' heartbreak '
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because of a luck of water control .
There wus cither loo (much d
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'or too little.
Back on Nov. 5. 1915. the Stuart .
newspaper reported: The
work of the St 1 .
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ping canal i is progressing nicely i..asw ., .
and Is being hurrIed along with r y "r f 3't:tt"f n :
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and shifts, Two
night day dredges : ,
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operating from the Okecchohec. ;
end The small dredge which precedes
the I irgcr, I Is now about two I DANIEL ROPER: Secretary of
and one-h df miles from the I lake, Commerce of the U S? dedicating .
and is advancing nt the rate of : 11 the widened und deepened I
about MM( feet a day The large St, I,ucic Camel on March 22,

dredge, which completes the actual 1937. 'WfS9\*'

work of digging/ the huge ditch i could be done by enli"'ina'he' aid .. s+
has reached a point about one'und I .:.
of the m in-made waterway
one half miles from the Okeecho-
Paul M. Mocnshcl, now a resident -
bee end und is excavating/ dirt at
the rale of about 10000( () cubic of Stuart, was the first agricultural -
yards daily If this rate could he manager/ in the Port Ma T
maintained constantly, work would I yaca development He was back (1'1 RUS GROWS: like this are the result of efficient water control Some giants in the citrus industry "

be finished in a yeur Actual digging cd by the vision and guidance of including Minute Mud and Hood, tire currently pitting in thousands of acres of oranges and .:;: : i, '"UU C
operations on the canal have I such able PhiprreprcCntutives lemons along Si I Lucie Canal ..' ,
in florida as Paul K. Scott and
been in progress for about five A GIANT; DIPPER dredge milking initial cuts in the canal from Lake Okccchobee eastward: m 1915.
weeks. It is probahle that the Furst- I Roy M. Hawkins, as was Thomas to justify' it. race horse training facility where lion and drainage to areas not
Clark Construction Company, the CiarllanJ, when he took over the It i is scientific agriculture by "hopefuls" of some of the nation stop contiguous to St I ucie Canal
contractors will also put a dredge management in later years. water control:' ktuhlcs get t their i "running The new plan would link InC
at the St Lucie end of the canal Port Mayaca was an outstanding Thousands of pleasure craft and starts" .23 Canal on Martin County
so ato expedite the work although I first'' because il squarely hundreds of barges, shrimp bouts' They can be found at dawn north border, where huge citrus
no definite announcement I faced up, to (he fact that the prob- and other commercial craft use the watching the work-outs on I the plantings have recently been made,
to this effect has been made lems of drainage and water control waterway today, but it never did oval track. Both are skilled polo with a major channel which would pr
"The St, Luc lit Canal will be the must 1 he solved if agriculture develop into the thriving artery players extend westward to Lake Okeechobec
main control canal of the immense was to be successful in Martin I I of commerce" that was predicted Scientific water control, with with a side link to St
Everglades drainage system, the County. The Phipps interests took in which ocean ships would sail ample supplies from St I ucic Canal I ucie (Canal and another channel:
largest drainage project in the the property of several thousandacres up to Stuart and load the'products and) drainage Into the canal from St Lucie Canal southeastward t.
world. The huge ditch will be and divided it into forty-acre of the Everglades Empire broughtto is the key to our county'a solid down toward Pratt & Whitney -
twenty-five miles in length 200 fields I I separated by drainage the coast by St lucie Canal. growth" ," commented: Oliver and the Lo\ah feet wide at the top I 160() feet at ditches. roads and windbreaks Nor did a pi,in advocated dur Currently being pushed by M,ir. Private I indowncrs would link in.with .
the bottom with a minimum depth About I 100 miles of those ditches log World War II )jell out to make 'tin Ciitmty agricultural" interests' .' these new malt by irrigalion -
of twelve feet. It will empty into were dug in the Port Mayaca development it a major) barge and oil transport is a new over.all water control pimps and drainage out'etsns '
the 'south fork of the St. ucie/ all linked by giant canal lo the Riihmirmes plan for the county, which would tray have done along St Lucie
River sic miles above Stuart, the pumps to the life-saving waters of which infested escape the Straits of Florida spread the advantages irriga' Canal 'I I HIS LARGE suction dredge followed up widening and deepening the twenty-five mile cut now a part
waters reaching the Atlantic Ocean the canal. Since Port \fayacu con- Yucatan Channel and the of the Okeechohce Waterway from Stuart to Fort Myers.
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through St Lucie Inlet about the tamed both muck lands and sand Gulf Stream -- ,
same distance southeast of Stuart lands, it was an ideal "test tube "
I Indications are that digging j i not only for its initial MM) acres of What did "jell out was un ex
pension nil/ along the route of the
operations will now go steadily forward Valencia oranges but also for var.'iou. t
scientific water control for auri II
until the completion of the truck crops, gl.ldiolus-then
culture that was at J Port
canal and thai no further hitch-up a major flower crop before chrysanthemums : proven i
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ivaca by that pioneering agricultural
will result. at the I Internal I Improvement carom along-and for -
beginning in 192s I\ ;! ;
Board of Florida and experiments in the right grasses "
the United Stales War Department and mineral additives to make All up and down the canal today a : 4' :a rP
have come to a thorough pasture land where livestock would there are giant pumps leading
understanding. thrive. hack It) itnminse agricultural andmining

"The completion of thin mon The great hurricane of 1928 enterprises
liter ditch will mean much for he( which: drowned around 4,01111( ) persons O C'. Troup and Troup llroth-
Everglades, for south Florida in I in the I.akc Okccchobee area, crs at Indnnlown on their former
general, und for Stuart in particular resulted in the widening and deepening ;20! .000( -acre holdings' demonslrat
The improvement of St lueie I if both the St l.ucic Canal cd thai the combination ot irriga-
Inlet and harbor will thus make and the Caloosuhatehce Riv. lion and good drainage would un < 1 t I
Stuart the gateway to the Everglades I cr as major outlets from the lake. 1 lock adricultur! riches To:I,ly the { y y
and millions of dollars I The widened and deepened canal Muniti Mud and Hood corporation A
worth of agricultural timber, fish I was' ,1I'ie/ally! dedicated at ceremonies an among the huge citrus
rind livestock products will" pass '' headed by Secretary of firms which hive planted sonic
through the canal, transferring at Commerce Dinicld (Roper on I KMHH! ) acics of new citrus and the
Stuart onto oce in'going vessels I March 22, 1917. largest; 1 lemon grove in the worldon
The canal ill, according to con: In the intervening, years the former Troup land and lands
tract to be completed in four canal', "good and had' points have opened to agriculture through&
.years" been the cause of growth in the water control by P. l. H nson and

First tangible result of the camel agricultural/ lands of Ihe interior others
for large'scale agriculture was and of damages to the fisheries On both sides of St I ucie Ca
the pioneering effort of the Port and resorts on the coast. in periodsof nil in the entire twenty.five miles
Mayaca development back around excessive discharge Today, vs of its length, there are spreading
1925, created by Bessemer Prop- ever since 1913 when the t; 'crtics, Inc, a Phipps company heavy discharge from hurricane cuttle: gave, and the Indiantown '
I HIS l'\'I'F.I of water control installation' was placed at Port M.tyaca
which saw the opportunities for rains experienced, efforts ne i area also has some of the: coons
droves the Thirties lilt F1SL\RGH' : St Lucre Lock under construction in 1940 This shows lock chamber looking west
agriculture through scientific water under way to so shape the discharge :- !s ly s I largest dairies. m curly i

control by tapping on to St : that the canil benefits can The Bcsscm: I firm that provedit ... ... .,. '
I.ucic Canal with pumps to provide he enjoyed without attend ml h irm. I could! be done i is "in there : :; !
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in dry spells. same pitching!! with some of the mostouMindinft Il'8ri'.7" ''{fr "" i ",) "" 'i1., ._. ",,
time, a series of canals dischirgcdexcess for a higher lake level by diking modern developments :r : "' ..... ., ....... :".1' ; I
water into the emit during the entire lake ma" result in less including' \\csihiiry farms I, 2 ... i J; ', 'f".. <. .1 .tr;... ., ; .. '... '. -
.wet spells necessity for discharge and a long- and 1. the new Wcstburv Farms .
The Port Mayaca Valencia range plan has been advanced for Valencii droves on Ihe south, side "f t I

orange groves today represent the diversion of excess water to Ever. lof the cmil and the spreading' ', .. ;'
first big scale successful planting'I glides National Park by means : Green Ridge droves on the north .-' ,
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pf citrus in Martin Countr' a side George Oliver who man iges!
Port Mayaca he said However, in the half century this giant spread and Michael ....
to be the test plot on which mil which, has ensued since the canal Phipps of the major corporation raT11
lions were spent to prove, by trial I was approved, one indisputablefact are proud of the agricultural and t
pnd error, with the best possible not clearly seen in the beginning inching growth. but prouder! still '
scientific agricultural advice, what has emerged si,ige by stage of St. I.ucie 1 raining Park. unique 1

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THAT HAS BEEN TRUE EVER SINCE

THE FIRST PIONEERS IN THIS AREA

DEVELOPED THE PINEAPPLEPLANTATIONS

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} And Congratulate Martin County on Its GrowthPORT

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MAYACA GROVES was the first large-scale{ Vnlcncia Orange( Grove in Martin
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south side of St. Lucie Canal helped "hlaze the way"in the current citrus! expansion

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FARMS 1 1,2, and 3 have demonstrated scientific heel cattle breeding, with
modern grasses, clovers and water control and advanced farming techniques

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1-1I1TIE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, January 9, 1964 50TII ANNIVERSARY EDITION




I Stuart Woman's Club Has Aided the Area In Many Activities for Half Century 1



The fiftieth anniversary of the grounds for children have been years to serve again. They are : Russell Frazier and Mrs. George beth McDonald, Adelina Hogarth McDonald, Mrs. Ethel T. Porter enlarged and used extensively! us a dependent organization spearheaded .
acceptance of the charter of Stuart supervised; undernourished chil- Mrs Stanley Kitching, Mrs E. A W. Thomas were elected vice. and Mary A. Graham. Mrs. C. B: S. Haney, Mrs. I I. T. public library and meeting place a campaign which resulted in
Woman Club will be in April dren have been given food; com- Menninger, and Mrs. George W. presidents; Mrs. A T. Hogarthand It stated: '"The character and Rembert Mrs. H. W. Bessey, Mrs. until I it was demolished by a hurricane the Martin County Library which
1964, although the group dates its munity Christmas trees have been Conrad Miss! Anna J. Gunn, recording object of the corporation is !o John Lukert, Mrs frank Cassidy. in September 1933 Thousands was opened in 1957 and included
fiftieth anniversary year from its conducted each year and money Of the thirty-six presidents listed, and corresponding! secretaries; Mrs. promote, establish and maintain a Mrs. A. T. Hogarth, Mrs. Thomas of library books were ruin- 7,500 books donated by the Worn
beginnings when a group of women for thousands of Christmas stock- twenty-five are living today. The Walter Kitching treasurer; Mrs free publio library in Stuart; to E Matthews, Mrs John J. Moore, ed by the uater The Civic Works an's Club Mr. and Mrs. W. M
began its organization. ings raised by club workers. Com- Woman's Club is the only woman't Haney, critic; Mrs. George J. help promote and establish a park Mrs George Krueger Mrs. J. R. Administration then erected a club Kiplinger also donated this land,
For more than half a century, mittees for bridge dedications, organization which has owned its Backus, civic chairman; Mrs. system in Stuart; to work for the Pomeroy, Mrs. M. F. Wanulcy. building I in 1934, not as a club adjacent to the Woman's Club.
the activities of this organization county celebrations and plantingsof own home here and the building Ethel T. Porter, literature chairman establishment of a public hospitalin Mrs. L. W Fike, Mrs. R. W. Hartman house but as a public library in the 1958 saw the organization of the
have been identified with practic- memorial trees are listed under hat always been open for public ; and Mrs. Charles E. Roberts, Stuart, to promote, cultivate, Mrs Evans Crary, Sr., Mrs. name of the city. Mrs. George Junior Woman Club, and a scholarship I-
ally every movement to promote their activities. The women led use In 1957 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. chairman of music and art. Forty and develop a spirit of fraternalism H. H. Hipson, Mrs. Luther Dam Krueger was president To com- program, initiated in 1960
community betterment. Its fifty the movement for a public health Kiplmgcr presented the club with members are listed 11the first among those who may become ron, Mrs David Schaefer and Mrs. plete the transaction, the propertywas has enabled four local girls to attend .
annual yearbooks record a story unit and through their five-county property for a new club house. yearbook. Present membership members of the club that their Franklin D Jones. Mrs C. R. deeded to the city which returned Indian River Junior College
of Stuart's growth in which the federation promoted the present which was completed in 1958, making stands at 203, which includes active united effort can be devoted to Vanderveer is now president, beginning it to the club after completion Fort Pierce
Women have participated inter-county health program The available much needed audi- members, associate, life honorary working to obtain the above objects her first year. The oldest of the building. All the goals set forth in the
Mrs. Ida Courley sponsored the club has been federated with the torium space to the county. and honorary. and for the advancement of living president is Mrs. Ethel T. Between 1952 and 1963, the charter have been achieved, but
first Boy Scout movement, MrsCarroll state and national organizations The lute Mrs J. R. Pomeroywas Incorporation papers were drawnup the like influence that may radiate Porter. growth of the county put a heavy the busy membership is never without
Dunscomb and Mrs Stanley ; since 1914 and 1922. the organizer and first president by Judge W F Rightmire and from Stuart as a social civic The club met first in the League burden on the library which had civic projects to add to their
Kuchma headed a committee to The list of past presidents includes In 1913 she Invited the 23, 1914 the charter was center" Hall, then In homes, then in the been operated for over forty years cultural activities and programs.
make a nouse-to-house. canvass thirty-six administrations: women of the town to meet in the grant by Circuit Judge L. W. Presidential leaders o ears, Woodman Hall In 1916, during by the club. Consequently, the The present members seek to per.
with petitions for county division; some held one year terms, and worth League Hall, which burned Bethel of the 11th Judicial District in addition to those name, included Mrs. McDonald's administration. Martin County Library Associationwas petuate a proud tradition by !setting .
the first county fair was practically others for two-year terms The in 1915, and with Mrs, C B. It was signed by Margaret M. Mrs G S. Chesterman, the women purchased! the old formed by the Woman Clubto new goals for future achievements .
carried on by the club committee; by-laws limit the term of president S. Haney, a state and national organizer Frazier, Agatha Thomas, Eliza. Mrs O W Thomas, Mrs J. B. Christian Endeavor Hall It was build a county library This in .
parks have been beautified and to two years but three presidents for the WC1U as her assistant -
permanent parks secured; play. have been elected in later they founded the club. Mrs




Mrs. Porter Recalls Events of


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Mrs Ethel Thomas Porter, I
resident of Stuart for the past t r
fifty-seven years, and a civic and : "1
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religious leader, has many memories : 1 1ay
of the early days and the!
struggles of the pioneers. She is
the mother of the late Eileen (Pat) .F
Porter Ashhy and the late Charles d "?
A. (Bill) Porter

The Porters had boat freighting i !
interests here in the early days, r 1 :
and laid out the Porter Additionto
Stuart. In addition to freighting
pineapples by boat to the railroad + +
dock here, C A. Porter was agent aj +u iYr" ab 1 K ,, ,,5 it(
for the Canal Packet Line, with a
two boats weekly from Jacksonville 'i .:
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and took freight and passers rfp : : r z I
!er bookings for the steamer, sa
:Swan," leaving Stuart Fridays of .
each week, according to advertise; 5a'we -v ,
ments in The Stuart Times ,
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Mrs Porter remembers that they ,< wsr'rar ,rtrws ,
were "in the money" only twice a .a 1 ..,w jf at arM J
year when the pineapple crops
were sold and twice a year received -
mail order catalogs "
"When the much-prized catalogs ,i % y x
arrived, we marked with blue
pencils what we would like to have 1
and when the money came, w. a marked with red pencils what a
could afford Sho said i: : "Th:

cartons in which the goods arrived
were made of wooj and were used
as kindling during the infrequentcool
t
spells of winter, There were
only three fireplaces in Stuart at L L.t
that time. They were In the homesof II
Mrs. Walter Kitehing: Mrs A ,
K, Krueger and mine, and during xy
that time we stayed at home anj
served tea and cookies to all the
others of the village who came
calling to bask in the warmth of

our fires" : ,, a ''yM aid
The old Porter home with ship'sprow 'a 'f- 5 "
corners stands overlooking
the river at the north end of Colo- .
rado Avenue It was designed for
the Plaits family to withstand hurricanes age c n M1A
by an old sea captain who c M
had been through typhoons in India -
and hurricanes here.. During
Mrs. Porters occupancy, it has
MRS. ETHEL 1IIOMVS PORTER':
through
stood straight and strong

fourteen bad hurricanes. The cor- gram. She gave Haney Circle to Lady! Aberdeen of Scotland, Mrs.
ners cut through the storm. the City of Stuart and named it for Porter was one of twenty women
She is a charter: member of St.Joseph' Mrs. C S. B. Haney, also planted appointed by the Governor to
Catholic Church and is the coconut palm which stood represent Florida There were
the oldest surviving member Be- there for so long Later, when the twenty women from each country -
fore World War I, Roman Catholic bas-relief of Mrs. Hancy made by and also twenty from each state
services were held across the Mrs. George Backus which won and each group sat under its national -
fixer in a pineapple packing houseon first prize at a national exhibit, was or state flag
land once owned by the Warners given to the City, Mrs. Porter Mrs. Porter Is a graduate of
and now owned by Ralph and made the presentation on the Silent College, Winston Salem,
trances Evlnrude Empty:: pineapple eightieth birthday of Mrs Haney N.C. and has been active in many:
crates were pushed togetherto The substantial things now at the organizations She I is a memberof
make the altar and scats Later, Woman's Club were made possibleby Stuart Garden Club and her 1 0a
mass was held in Mrs Portersliving the work of these wonderful garden at the corner of Colorado
room, conducted by Father pioneer women. Mrs Porter was and Seminole Avenues, with its .1 t.1I
Gabriel, who came down from also active in the Red Cross during statue of St. Francis, is one of the I
fort Pierce. World War 1, beauty spots of the town. She is
After the death of Dr. Hancy, "
She was one of five women appointed also a member of Cora Stickney
Mrs Porter recalls, Stuart was of Florida DAR: General ."
by the Governor Harper Charter ; "
doctor for time and If' t t ;
without some ,
a
to chaperone a bund! from JED Stuart Chipler UDC: Chanter -
Cocoa to DrHulct .
everybody eno the state to the World I Fair in P of the PLO: Sisterhood: the ;
They not only took the travelled in National Society Magna ChurU "
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Chicago hey orange- o : :
ailing child but the entire family and Colonial Order! of the .
colored busses At the International Dimes .\. .
went along for a check up. Meeting for Peace held in Crown whose members are lineal i '
Twice a year a dentist came up Washington and presided over by decendunti of Charlemagne; i
river in a boat He landed, set
his chair on the railroad dock and ..- --

\ was ready for business. He had an Once It Was 'St. Lucie hland' Grumman has invested more than half a million donars In
iron bucket on the end of a rope
which he dipped into the river and 1 Martin County Airport to make it one of the best,run, best

used for a spittoon for the patients.As maintained airports of its class in the country.
three were no babysitters, the Nature Cut Inlet Through
children were brought along. A Part of this investment is to maintain a permanent facility for

rope was tied around their waists Island Back i in 1831John servicing our own military products But a good part is also
and then to a tree or bush to keep Way
them from falling In the river an investment in the future of Martin County,to help it/

while the mother was having her Lee Williams, whose book coast t a full mile had been cut prosper and grow through a modern airport.As .

teeth- extracted or filled. "The Territory of florida" was otf from the bland on the north a full,fledged member of the Martin County community;
There was a large dock, marine
1837, corroboratesthat side! of St. Lucia I Inlet, and the
ways and fish house at the end of published St Lucie in Inlet has been cut channel had deepened to eight feet we are proud of the role we have played in its development.jGRUMMAN ]
I North Colorado which went down time the bar"Apparently
through by Nature time and on
with the hurricane of 28. When
again. He wrote: In ancient limes,
came in and the fish
business prohibition waned, like countless other I "St. Lucia Island (Hutchmson) the inlet was periodically opened
docks in Stuart it was used by was formerly connected with Jupiter by flood waters, later cli>scd by
and the whole to sand drift.Jonathan.
bootleggers and rumrunners to (in was granted
t
load their contraband from the Don Eusebiuo Gomez. A few Dickinson! wrote that AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CORPORATION
Islands. When the revenue boats yean since, the high waters of the in 1694 his shipwrecked party
1 were at the inlet and the boats St Lucia River forced a passage "came to the wide "and deep inlet Bethpage Long Island Stuart, Florida
i
from Bimini couldn get through, through] the coast at a place called of the Santa Lucea I, .
three or four hydroplanes were the dip. M the old charts, and !
OUGE .
usually tied up there. At that tune about! four miles south of the black \ ,\ :' IE
the East Coast of Florida was called I rocks. In 1831 I a mile In frontof FROM BACK IN 1913 '. "
"The Alcoholic Trail"Mrs. the north end of the i island was Quoted from The Stuart Timesof
Porter has always taken a torn away by storms." May 16, 1913: "Me sers. Morris 4t
I great part in the civic work of the On another page, he wrote: "The Johns, S. A. Matthews, Curd ,. ; :
1 town The Stuart Woman Club waters of this stream, (the St. and Inch: Schroeder, local members t ..
i was planned in the living room Lucia) have, within a few years of the hlasonic.Iodge 1 went J r ,.....t... "i s". .; P!;.
of her home She is the oldest living post; forced a passage through the to Fort Pierce lost Friday night i ,s. '" "
past president of the Stuart coast at a place marked on the with others from Jensen, by auto At .. ..... I II
Club. She was a state officer of charts as the Gap. Probably, this and when near Walton en- I :
the Florida Federation of Women's is not the first time the channel countered a terrific rain and! hail ft ; -,- .. ;" "
Clubs for ten years, serving four has been opened In the winterof storm-but they arrived in Fort
years as auditor. For years she organized J 1832 this inlet was carefully Pierce in time to help boost up
both community Christ- examined; recent storms had made four brothers in Masonry and partake -
plUS .tree and planned the pro- great changes in the islands of the of t fine banquet" I
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MUSIC was part of the life of the town, back in 1916, Urn SltARPS B,VM I> was in uniform when this picture was taken in Ralph Mcmtt Charles h. Helliei, Pen DcMoya Director 10\ "xvUV,irth Mange! \\ .rnn Merrill R. Bovne McPherson Paul

wa the Aeolian Quartet, reading left to right Clinton Ward. Harry May I92h' Pictured left to right are Walter C. Johns Mrs H. D. Worth, Benjamin Handy. I ha k's H\ Rue Mrs. O w Merrill Killu. fiuH( Riu Mrs A b Baldwin, William Merritt, Harold! II

Allen, Stuart Noble and A. L. Lane. This quartet gave regular Worth Mrs. Paul Kelley Chester Homan Darrcll Smith Frank George W. McPherson, J K C red Johns, H.irr\ Allen Leroy Pinnev. .kuriehi ,.aid. I I." ,,m II McDonald

programs at churches, civic and women'. clubs. Knox, Frank Kearns!, Charles W. McPherson, C'rus' M. Fox,

Everybody Went to Hear the Sunday Afternoon Band Concerts



Music Every Sunday Was Important Part




Of Life in Early Stuart for Long Time



First Band


Formed9.5 ,a ,ay' f ti t t tfs' ts :


Music was vital to the pioneersI
I and to those who came after them
From 1882 when Dr William
I Baker carted a massive old piano
into the family home at Waveland
by ox-cart and boat, our history is er r ,
filled with stories of singing groups, <
I music and glee clubs, musical pro
grams brought to town and, eventuallv -
the organization of town

bands ... .._;,_6J'IIo:.... ......... .__ _::;__"-v.: .......... _...--iO...... ;, --::..-.
Practically all the old homes
q had pianos or organs and musical II IIS WAS Stuart's first band, organized In 19 U. Ilni picture Tajlor) ; (sitting with cymbuls\ ). Mark Witham, our present Mosquito -
; oI programs were featured at the was taken In 191$ in Palm City at a celebration on the progressof Control director (s (m Matehell Churles W, McPherson
I 1 churches I Informal gatherings at the Cross-Si Canal. It includes, standing, left to right Duet Stuart Noble Albert J P Krueger. Fred Hancock\ Jackson H. Mc I

homes included group singing with tor D. H Williams, R. Boyne) McPherson. I ee1A\ Hogaith, Donald Daniel Williams Walter O Johns, Robert L. McPherson
i r organ, piano or other musical instruments George McPherson! ) Charles A. Poitcr J. R. Tucker, John L: und RRIIIlnlIMJtchctl. in front with the snare drum

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'
/ Even before a bund was formedin
Stuart, a bandstand was built in 'e : L .
the triangular plot in front of Stuart

! Hotel, now occuried by a servo
ice station, where it served as a
I E platform for speakers and public pr
J IJ forums
II I After the first Stuart bund was
formed in 1915, a large handstand
was built on Akron! Avenue Later
Iljt a bandstand was built ut Wood-
,
r I lawn Park south of Ulmer's Garage ry
A third bandstand was built
r : 4r uptown bucked up against the t'

Hollcran Building when there were ts
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'wide open IIpalc': between Hag-
Icr and Usceola Avenues This site
i was used for many year for
,.u fi Sunday afternoon concerts, pub-
lit 'iV lie political forums, the community oz: h A
iFI Christmas tree and other .such _

events I rg _
Stuart's first
p scventeen-member '
I 5r ,band was organized with the back- !, .s
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ing of the Commercial Club In the -- -- -- -

fall of 1 1915 and was prominentin WE CANT IDENTIFY everyone In this photo of (ha Smart R. Rummer Second row Includes J. Dunham, t Kreps, Mrs
all I I celebrations
community Band taken at West Palm Bench when the hand visited the county Herschel/ Worth, Mrs Smith, Walter Johns, E Aspmwall, Sylvia
such of the Cross
as opening Stato
'. seat. But, starting with the hoi loin row there's Herschel Worth, Worth, Mrs, II. McPherson and Marcia McPherson Among
'W.'J ,," _.._ ,!s st Waterway. Miss and Kate the Sherwood East Coast and Canal Eileen Porter, Mrs Harvey Mcrwin, Pop' Allen, Vie Worth (on those In the top row are M Smith, Darrcl Snillh, Harvey Mcr- I

Mrs. I I. T. Rcnibcrt were frequent the drum), Charles McPherson, Cy I'ox, Toley Cngcbrclscn and win and Mr. Stevenson.y .
THIS FATHER AND SON on bicycles are stopping to talk about where to go to get some venison soloists
in the middle what is ----------- -------- -- ----- -
or a wild turkey. Sort of dangerous, too, because they are stopped right of now The band disbanded d u r I n |I -
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U.S. 1 Highway where the big trucks and the high-powered cars go flashing through. No need to World War I because so many
worry, though. This picture was taken in 1910 when U.s. I near the Stuart Chamber of Commercewas members had joined the service t f r f'r'r
a sand trail through the piney woods known as "The Bicycle Trail" by one crowd and "Lovers' The bund was reorganized I n N Lr r y + r tr+ raft t'Ar c f r
Lane" by another March 1920 under direction of H. !
D Worth, who brought to Stuart x'. '
-I sir band members in his own family 1"s

'When McPhersons Came to Town' list Church. My parents, in 1923, in addition to his own talent
built the house on California Street Appearing before the City Council
'I that I now occupy. : the sponsor received permission
Let tell about to take the city-owned instruments
me you some
A Music Box Turned I "firsts." out of storage. Judge J. C.

Early in the century Grand Hancock was given credit for collecting
and protecting the horns
father McPherson satisfied life
a and drums during the the
long dream to visit his childhood : years
Into First Piano. home in Grenock, Scotland. On I city had been without a musical '

arrival he was so homesick that : unitThe rNe cn luit* apa61
band did not survive the
M
he back the bout
came on same trr
r rt,
Depression, but t radios, talking
By !MRS. EDNA courANT he went over on. While he was in .
movies, record players, hi fi( and
New York he did some shopping
Back in 1950 The Stuart News asked me to write an article of He wrote Grandmother that he TV eventually supplanted it ev.
cry-where but In the hearts of the
about 1,000 words more or less about the McPherson family for the had bought a music box. When old-timers.,
historical/ edition of that year. One evening after several attempts the 'music 00,," arrived it was an

which always ended with 500 words, more or less, and I had hardly old-fashioned upright piano so
begun: with time getting short and myself getting desperate, I sat down big and so heavy that it took the cided they would Invest money
to write.. I called my "article" "When the McPhersons Came to Town." combined manpower of the family in tomatoes. Can Slough west of

Thinking and pondering how tq make each word count, my pencil began colored, some help of the to neighbors lift it from and the the the turnpike, was selected as the

to ramble In due time I had a few lines that ran like this: boat to the dock, move it the lengthon I portation ideal spot for was farming mostly Since by boat trans or 1101. .. .. ... 1.l .
the dock about 200 feet, and
"In eighteen hundred ninety-one the McPhersons came on foot t, the men set up camp and ..... "
another thehou..e.
to Potsdam seventy-five feet to came home once t week. Tomatoes ,.:il. .,,, '
The "music box",, was the thrived and by lao January were ": 4>.,... -
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And this is how they came: first in the family. ,''I> < It. "tfI\ : ;ft:
Many, many weary miles by rail My piano cousin, Fern now Mrs i ready picking for shipping was to. The start,day clouds before STUART h HAS SURB GROWN IN THE PAST 50 YEARS BUTw

Until at last they reached the town of Titusvillc George Raney of Athens Ga, and appeared in the sky. The next
From thence of a sailboat did they themselves avail, I I.did our first practicing on that morning dawned gray and threat.
And down the Indian River came with a will piano Fern was a natural musician rising, soon the rum came and it No Matter How Much Stuart Changes
To look at the land which they had bought and made rapid progress rained for three days. We did not "',
This deal was wroughtBy Alas, I was a determined child, but I have tomatoes to cut Worse than
a man named O K. Wood I after two yean of lessons" "time"was that, away went the $600 my father ?
I
Who sold real estate whenever he could something that everyone had invested In tomatoes and 'In the Years to Come'
agreed I did not have. I whatever money others invested!
I
Once I had produced! thought or two, I rambled on until about In/ the North diphtheria was a. And away went the trip to the St. ';
2 a.m. My effort ended as follows: dread disease! and took the lives 1,I Louis Fair that my folks had You Will Always Find Friendly, Efficient and Economical Service at

of many young children. On moving planned. Chason's \\here two main streets meet in the heart of Stuart at the intersection '
"Those days are gone. to Florida that fear was left Not satisfied with this eiperi- ,
But never will their memory fade from our heart, : behind. However, Uncle Georges I mice, my father later Invested Slot of U.S. I and Ocean Boulevard. Visitors, we're just across from

And as we go through these! new days oldest son, Robert, about two yearsof in tomatoes The day before he the Chamber of Commerce. Drop in and get acquainted. In business 31
With their new problems and conditions, age at the time, developed/ : planned to pick it hailed. Again
We pray that like the pioneer, we may always do severe case of diphtheria' He grew I I there were no tomatoes to eat years in Martin County. Vernon Cliason
!" worse and i it looked as if be would Never after that did he raise anything .
our part surely die. A telegram brought Dr. I but pineapples on a commercial ,
Tonight I am thinking the Mc grapes. Each place must have a Hujfhlct{ from Cocoa with antitoxin basis. ;, a
Phersons when they arrived in dock first for sailboats, later for Robert lived. That was the i The next time you go to the YOUR RAMBLER DEALER: ': .
first of anti-toxin in this House of Refuge Museum notice l .
Potsdam "to look at the land which motor boats; other necessities: were use : area.
they had bought. They found the packing house, the tram car My first birthday party was given 1 the picture of the wrecked ship International Trucks ..
the land to be the east forty acres and its wooden rails and the inevitable by my mother when I was amid piles of lumber. My father b1.Jl .", ; :
of what is now Hildabrad Park pineapple shed to temper the eight years of age. How she managed and W.BDyer.; who later movedto
This Grandfather McPhcrson cut heat in summer and the cold in to get six or seven little girls West Palm teach, bought the AAA Wrecker Service \f"<
into four lots; one for each of his winter fall( there my age) together after lumber and spent the winter of "
two sons! Charley and George; he Later all four families movedto school and make it a complete surprise 1904-05 getting it in shape to isll.
kept one lot for himself and the town. Grandfather and Grand I have never been able to Whether or not they made money,
other he to his daughter, mother McPherson built the house understand She did, and a new I do not remember. Probably they
Katie Witharn.gave just south of the Stuart Hotel in phase! of social life was born in did not, for I do not rememberthat GARAGE
i In time each family bad I home 1904. Uncle Charlie built the house the minds of some little girls that the family coffers were CHASON'S
[ facing: the St. hide River. pineapples I opposite the old Methodist Churchon day. More panics followed. flushed.
of course were the one 1 Second Street, and Uncle I Raising vegetables for market in I could(short and on, but time
when his home burned this vicinity hardly considered is getting and the press Impatient .
was
'iig of the early settlers. Eachlace George
crop had a plot of ground given I built on California Street The in the early days. Nevertheless\ I l so 1 shall ny, "GoodDiahL rtor416 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY AT 7-2311

er r to citrus tree and cultivated house is now owned by the Bap- some of the pineapple growers de-I |





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C.C. Chillingworth First DeveloperOf This May ,I'




Palm City Farms and Early TownNote Have Been r m


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then Palsy Reilh. was scereiirto ', 1 ill

Company Palm the City Palm when Farms Beach, it Ct'UnIIm"in developed 1910 I In : 'ar" .. .v.r The Latest"' > J ( 7


later year she wu clerk .mdjKtmity
sheriff I under Sh-riif./ ? '
Riwy Christenwn" end Cicm.nl Fashion In L
G. M I. Hancock This was vm t
ten in 19.10; she passed un in
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By rUSY McCOim Past years.

Back in the fall of 1910 C ( .
Chillingworlli. I successful la: rarer
of Palm Beach ,
County pmxhivd I
12,(XK) serf in whit is now Palm #l 4sI ,
City), sided it into ten-acre tracts -. .: "" -- i 1Ii<
aim placed it on the market, hoard the ferry +' '
A GROUP of Palm City residents make ready to Ii
The company was organs il in for home as the boat pulls up to Smart's West First t Street dock in J :
Stuart with the following oilier early 1918 On Dec 31. I9IH. the thirty-two-foot "Ellen G..'
Mr. Chillln worlh, president: Stun 7
owned by Cap! A. L. Chase, burned to the waterline when gasoline : '
lev Kitching, treasurer: Mrs ( ((
hillmirworth, assistant ireisni.-r in the bilge exploded But For Today'sHigh ; !
Miss Palsy Reilly (Mrs F. F NL interest'i
McCORD business<'Ck, and donated a lot trips to different points of
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Cord), secretary, and George (
which bank, the in the county. winding tip with a
on to erect a as
Parks assistant secrclar! I'
) Scott who at that time trip 1 to Palm Beach this work< was S I
The company was known as town was sorely in need of such rank ,
tinder the of < '
Palm Beach County Land ( real estate business with an institution\ \ Theretofore all F.. McCord supervision and John Delli I"'. In Style
piny It engaged! the 'services J. Backus money transactions: hud been handled those days the waters of the SI.
George O Butler an engineer, I nude his first sale through the poslolfice 'in I ucle were taltv, and ul night the
he with a crew of workmen City Farms on December Smart, of which Broster Kilching!!. water wus so! full of phosphorus I
ed the tracts en the farms and I and he wired the ap a brother of Walter kilchmg. was millions of fish looked like! mil-1
lots in the town site of whit to the company litter postmaster A banking system was lions of streaks of lightning tinning HAIR FASHIONSBe ///
known I'aliu City -
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the Land Man' handled organized and many residents of through the water It was u wonderful -
lucie River. ( and he became so Stuart, and Palm City were among sight in those dais to 'be a
1 he company opened an in this section that he the stockholders officers of on (the river in the darkness!. I
fice in the McPherson the tract of land in Stu- the institution Among! the first groves to be

was two-story located frame on the building corner of at the Woodluwn Sub The sale of land progressed, and planted were those by a number. I I Sure and Visit fflyJI/
Avenue and rOil"M on the old highway L in order to entertain the prospective of French settlers from Saskntchewan
Street and Albany ,
set'' I i IS also responsible for purchasers the J Palm Beach who located in Section 24
salesmen
few to
on a good the permanent residents to County land Company purchased ((urus! canker pot in then .and. the I
1.lnJcu..IL1l1er* in Uhe, too, was a boats and automobiles and mule trees were burned down lo prevent t
North"The company spent for the company teams and large: comfortable "mwcreel" its spread). Other rne.ert I PARK PLAZA $4\\\i\\
dollars in advertising this Chillingworth was so en. wagons for use m displaying starlet) and owned by Churchill
for its hcalthfulnesH, etc with about the proposition( the wonders of the rivers i ocean Bl:.sko. laxuk. Delano dcopfert,
Beach Hunderlack, Bailey, Sholwcll
The Palm
the and his old college chum and plantations
result that Stuart was '
took (,"eJc, McCord, the Niagara I ruil
Lund
Company cart
off place for thousands ol tu Feroc, came to Stuart to County .
seekers, many of whom not and he bought up the of all prospective buyers by entertaining Company, Van DnsenVnchncr
purchased firm lands, hut .)' homestead, which them and paying all expencs Phillips, Wentz, Collrm Swear- Salon
several others The Beauty
and
subdivided into town of their visits while here. ingcn
Stuart as well, on which they I
home and hecame pioneers in r is known as the Feroe consisting of boat trips. to the inlet settlers were from the Cllnlllonc. ))9
and South Canada Saskatchewan!. Montana
erected the North
section of the county. Mr. Feroe then trips up r Ig s
The first talesman on the ucie Hotel, also the Feroe Forks as well as auto and wagon and other remote places-- -. 317 W. Ocean Rlvd. AT 7-2838 g p t tT
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Early Days Efforts at Palm City Farms VFLNH THOMAS nrrm- BARBARA IIARDVVICK IIUNTFRRrciprioNisr 4 yls'w, s



r landing "It was built in 1912 and the weather was dry. there was farms and smull groves never materialied -
Mrs. LeightonIn demolished by the 1928 hurricane. no way to irrigate and when the The little farmer simply
< I' 1 here were many tourist who heavy rains came the land was could not cope with water
enjoyed the peace and quiet of Hooded Added to that a series I problems, and yet not too far
Memories Palm City" of frosts wiped out the vegetable
distant today, some of Florida's\
A n agricultural demonstrationdrew crops.(harles Leighton Sr went north largest citrus developers, who have
Back to..1914 a big crowd to the hotel I to work in (he mills in 1917, returning licked the problem with large scale ICE WAS BROUGHTIN
grounds in 1915 and that was the I after the war. Many other projects linked into C-23 and St
which Palm City's Wornman's I
year in Palm Ciiians left to look for work Lucie Canals, are planting some
Palm City's pioneer days were Club was built Mrs. Leighton of the biggest citrus groves in Florida
did not
and return 1
composed of both the sweet am was for years active in the or- some .
I II Today there are flourishing& residential
the hitter"Mrs gim/ation subdivisions, ttairw and! The Palm City!! ploileers "pailwith
I Rose. Icighton. who live Great occasions she remembersare ranches in the area, but th, torn* experience" to learn that
quietly in the old family home in the opening of Palm I City ucopia of abundance" which the I farming in Uinda is a big-lime BY TRAIN TO STUART
Palm City Farms remember Bridge built for $63,517 by the promoters visualized in the small) I''operation. I
vividly the early days when the< Paw kins< Construction Company ,
first school house was built o n of Jacksonville, with ladies of the --
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what is now I loop Road back in Woman's Club acting as hosts at
191J. 'Mr. Speakman! was thi the big dinner at Palm Villa which
first 1 teacher and Miss Hall the I signified Us opening A Community YEARS AGO !
second," she recalls. "The school. Fair drew crowds on Feb. 19- 50
clo'iCdhen there was an outbreak 22, 1920 and it was also under
of diphtheria" the auspices: of the Woman's Club,

With her husband the I ate Palm City's float won the top
Charles I Leighton. originally o i I f prize in the January, 1926. parade
Aberdeen Scotland, while, she wa< celebrating the forming of Martin And It Would Melt Before
originally from Staffordshire. I:ng- I County.
land they came to Palm City in I Families were lured from allover I I
"farmed and grovcd' United States to Palm
I I 1914 and the
i in the pioneer times. City by a. large development firm. We Could Get It Toe
i 1 heir children are (harlcs, John Many of them bought tenacretracts T
and Jean (Mrs, Noah Ludlum) all sight: unseen. Among- the
of here, and Douglas of Hollywood families and individuals! Mrs .
Leighton, remembers were their 1Mb PALM VIl.L\, a three-story hotel owned and operated by Palm I City i t by"
I Mrs I Leighton has many happy) own the Carl Markets Frank Uir- the Orrin Coffrms, was a popular resort at Pulm City half a century
memories of the social and com Ills, Abe Lincoln L. S. Ciregonc, s

of muniiy Palm events City when of the James early period Light George Ciacdc. Mary Polish Gifford Mr and, Gus Mrs Wuch-Fred ago Ferry and Out .

I ncr was our mail man on the old nero, the Sam Sweanngens, John
ferry that ran to Stuart. The boa Delano, the Weaver and Slocumi, t
Charlie Dirr, E. A. Van Deusen,
would leave at K a.m", he hack aII s w
the Frank McCords, John Beard, ToOurPlaceG"'w
I. then leave at noon and return %
at ft p.m." J. I.. Rosbury and E A Hunter- ,r. .
She recalls when Mr. and Mrs lach '
Orrin Coffrin, mother aid fath "There were more," she adds, '.5-s
er of Lee Coffrin ran the old Palm but all of us encountered the same THE PIONEERS WOULD\ MARVELAT
combination troubles. Most came with big expectations
Vista Hotel a three-story
tourist and commercial ho. but little financing. It
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took most of what they had to
from the fern
tel not far thin
\ I clear the land and build a placeto TODAY'SChari"
live, start a farm patch and a
I grove. At one lime there were W bilthlllnFric
I more thin 700 acre of groves." PALM (1 rv'S first school wax situated fifty years ago on whatis
I Drainage was inadequatehcn now called Loop Road
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who passed! on in I96J. i n shown 525 South Dixie Stuart AT 7-3511
with Palm City farm products. A

He put out one of still the lives early at THE: FIRST Palm City Woman' Club furnished t gathering place for community picnic and social
\ grove His widow homo. I affairs toO after Palm City Farms began development The club was organized in 1915.
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Frazier, Nelson, Rainey, I Hartman and Merrell ,
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Five Elected Presidents of Historical Society

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its eight and one-half' year
of service, Martin County Hislor t.
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I any other group to record and
preserve the historical backgrounof !

Martin County,
The calibre of Its leadership hus
been exceptional The five elected I ?b
presidents included! Colonel J. 3
Brian Frazier, 1935-56 1 ; M P Neb
I !son 1956.57 Claude O. Rainey.
1957-60.; Maurice P. Hartman
I 1960().63.; and Roland! Mcrrel,,
elected in 1963 and now serving

Honor of being formation pres. ,
; Our Memories Went when the societyt' charter I
was granted on March 9, 1955 fell
Mrt Beatrice Pittmun who '
to
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Since entering business here in 1941 are crowd. of ntillcc the, Soroptimists und the invaluable project com gun. .. .. !. .:

ance and! assistance of Charles Val t:.. ...;:

I Clear museums consultant, broughtthe _' ....,.. .. < .
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good things society being --
Officially, the society may be '. .. ....... .. .",;, ;,".:
said! to have Marled on the evening
teamwork fine of Monday, March 28, 1955, when, MISS LYNN MVLLDIN of Stuart poses alongside one of the many antique cars on display at the
< by so many people. I despite deluge of ram, thirty) Elliott Museum

f : persons attended! meeting at the ...- -
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I Albany Avenue, and Miss Lillian I of Realtors for three terms IInIS! i
Armstrong, the president of the currently a director. A member of
Soropinnist Club. reported a society the First Methodist Church of
membership of fifty-one Stuart, he is married to the former:
That night Colonel Frazier was Ellen Marie Thorne of Chicago
: Here Hand Raised In elected president of the society A and has two children, M Ronald!,
In Sincerity .s a native cf T:"'"gee. where he re- an associate in his fathers real
ccilehis! education, Frazier acted estate business, and Mrs DoloresGardner
as athletic instructor at Camp of North Carolina, I
Pike, Little Rock Ark. during
: All Those Who Have World War Land subsequently dent During of the Nelson's Historical! term Society as presi the

Appreciation to of I worked before! in being Arkansas associated and Mississippi with i t membership showed a decided increase ,
and, largely through his: I ,1.
the wholesale department of Marshall efforts, the Board of County (
Fields of Chicago through "om-I
mi'iSionen Stuart Real I E
out the I 19201 From 1930, until Board, number of individjals !-

,Kept the Ball Rolling for a Growing'Martin his executive uring retirement Company of Blue in of 1 1953 Bell,Greensboro he Manufac-was an, funds, were to ana make persuaded the society to provide and its I

louse of Refuge Musem a lilinlland
N. C, one of the world's largest going concern Nelson is a
producers of work anplay! life member of the society
clothes. Retiring as Midwest sales .
County Claude 0, Ramey. third official s ,.
I. manager he came to Stuart in i I
president of the Historical Society,
1 1953 with his wife, the former .
elected In October 1957 and I y i
was 4"
Alexandra Carvill o f Arkansas,
and has since made his home i In held office until October. 1960.
I St Lucie Estates Following an automobile accident I
Colonel Frazier has been a director in March of I960, many of his I

They are too many to list But the folks we mean are of. and the very Historical active in the Society affairs duties his term during were the discharged last six' months by his of I

those men and women who have volunteered to keep r since president the expiration in 1956 of He his has termas also Willoughby.able vice president, Mrs. Hugh

of Commerce The Stuart Jay. taken a full share In other com When Rainey came to Martin I S1FKLING F.LI 10'IT, father of Harmon P. Elliott, embodied!
the Chambers active .
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I munity affairs, having been a ves- County in April, 1957, he apparently his first quadricycle the differential principle which made the
tryman of St Mary's Episcopal qualified! for the description i American automotive industry possible. Born in 1852, he passedon
tees with their worthwhile civic projects The mem Church from 1953 through 1956; "a retired business executive from
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,' i chairman of the advisory councilof Buffalo, N. Y.; but, until theme in 19?:. The Elliott Museum is a memorial built in his honor
'\ t H bers of Stuart Sailfish Club who have done so much for Martin County Civil Defense of his accident, few "retired by his son.
organization since 1954; advisorto xecutives" could have Iea! more
so many years he was a pilot and! group commander h e a his hands, and in the greatest! contribution to the Historical anin! banking there for forty
entertain visiting fishing writers the folks who in Illinois during! World! War year ofYhis arrival here he started Society was his ability to persuade years A former vice president of
to II[I; ana! director of the First Na his own real estate bu. 1 n e i a.In Harmon. P. Elliott: to establish Fidelity-Philadelphia! Trust Company
tional Bank of Stuart since 1959 addition to his fine work with the Elliott Museum of Ve he came to Stuart in 1959: ,
helped build the new hospital. the members of MartinCounty He was truly a working president the Historical Society, he has been, hicular Evolution here in Martin and! established the trust depart-
of the Historical Society, lead for several years a member of the County \where Elliott has a home, I ment of the First National Bank
listorical Society whose work has given us out. ing a crew of volunteer workers board of trustees of the First I instead! ( at Dccrfield I! Beach, in I here on Sept. I of that year He
who, with their own hands turn- Methodist Church of Stuart, and the vicinity of the former Melton's is a member of I
standing area attractions and the civic groups ed the House of Refuge from a was chairman of the fund!-raising Autorami, a location once under! and! the First Presbyterial'thurch
mere shell in 1955 into a completely committee for the new church on I consideration. Rainey received cooperation of Stuart.
:'\ throughout the county who work untiringly for beautification renovated, decorated and! work- State Road! 76 He was also fundraising I from the Board of Com A keen history student, Hart-
ing structure within his year 0 f chairman for the new Martin missioners, who gave Elliott a nine- man soon became a close friend
and bring here. office Memorial Hospital; is a member ty-nine year lease on the property of Colonel Frazier and Rainey,
to
newcomers In March 1956, Colonel Frazier and former director cf Stuart'otary I surrounding the museum, and instituted through the former's position asa
resigned as president, and was Club; is a member and the Martin County Museum director of the bank, and! the Utter
sueeL'edeby! M P. Nelson, Stu- former director of Stuart Board Commission, \which is main 's work fund-raising for the
art realtor Nelson was born in of Realtors; and is a member of I ly responsible for the maintenanceof new hospital building. As a result I
Worcester, Mass, and educatedat Acacia Masonic Lodge in Stuart, both county museums, and the he joined the Historical So- I
Booth Preparatory School in Buffalo Consistory, Mahi TempleIn appointment and reimbursement of ciety and! became its president.
New Haven, Conn., at the University Miami, and Stuart Shrine Club the director of museums, his assistant -
PROUD TO HAVE BEEN AND TO I HE I of Illinois, where he majored Ramey was born In Gibson anthe! janitor. During the Elliott Hartman Museum time was as president formally -
in history, anat! Northwest County, Ind., and educated at ; Ramey also assisted Elliott in
dedicated.! Hartman
ern University, where he obtainedB Lockyear's Business Institute, La I deeding! the Elliott Museum to the w a i
und! M.S. degrees in education alle University and the Univer-I Historical Society, and in setting I I personally responsible for acquiring -
the Janncll collection of
'A MEMBER OF THE TEAM' a n.: \business administration. ''aity of Buffalo He was \ funds for its operation. At present automobiles and shops an-at
Elliott all tique
He was an instructor, anIJter! years' accountant of Youngstown pays practically operating the
e assistant to the president,.at North PrescSteel! Company, for tweet expenses At his death, a museum
Park Academy and College in !y-ihreo years, controller' of Trico'roducts sum of $18000()( annually will go The fifth elected president of
0. C. "Jerry" Smith Chicago, before serving in the U. I' Corporation, for nine I to the society This sum inerea'iCs'' the society, Roland! Merrell, whois
.t i fz ti S. Navy during World War II He years secretary-treasurer of Mor- to $36,000 on the death of Mrs. currently serving, came here a
." .:< serleIn! the Pacific Theatre, and! rison Steel Products Corporation Elliott, and! ultimately to $60000 little more than three yean ago
I. was released as a lieutenant, senior I and, for two yean, director of The trust department of the First from New York City and! he and
controllership accounting at the Nation Bank of Stuart handles! Mrs Merrcll. built a home on the
; grade.Before coming I to Stuart in University of Buffalo. He is a the trust. In addition, Elliott is South Fork of the St. L u c I Ie.
1950, Nelson was a chain storeexecutive member of the Controllers Institute \working on plans for extensionsto Formerly associated: with Lee Hig-
1 I for the Midwest! slates of America and the National the Elliott Museum gison, an investment Messed firm
: for Field Stores of Omaha. Iowa Association! of Cost Account- Maurice D. H"rtnmnlice president of New York City, wasquick
and! Nebraska In Stuart he was nts. Married! the former Yen- and trust t officer of the First to identify himself I with both
associated with the Abstract and! netta Florence Smith, they have National Bank, was first elected the business and civic life of the I
JERRY'S BAR Stuart Title Insurance Company of Stu. two daughters, Justine Jean, now president of the Historical Society community He Is a vice president
art Florida, Inc., and the Colonial Mn. Fred C. Begy, of Stuart and in October 19M, and! servedtill and trust officer of First National
Loan Company before starting his Alice Louise, now Mrs. R. T 1963. A native of Philadelphia, Bank of Stuart and deeply interested I
own real estate business! in 1951 Johnson, of Riviera Beach where he was eucateHartman! in Martin County's histor-
He was president of Stuart Board! Without a doubt Ramey's worked in the brokerage business ical background!


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THIS IS 1IIE ENTRANCE to the famous Elliott Museum of mon P. Elliott son of the famed inventor Sterling 1.limit. and
Vehicular Evolution on Hutchinson! Island. which was dedicated on himself an inventor of distinction it traces the history of vehicles
Saturday, Nov. 18 1961 and which contains, one of the finest from the days of the stage coach to the models that made America Cooperating for Worthwhile Goals!
collection of antique vehicles in the United States. Gift of Mar the automotive center of the world.


Elliott Museum on Ocean Isle Is Signal


This edition tells of the accomplishments of the past of
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Contribution to Area History, CultureIt's the struggles of the pioneers to build) this wonderful part "


shared in the growth of the firm I of South l Florida. uhich we have inherited And one of

Museum I.' a Fortitude"never say loyalty die' .spirit ingenuity were shay and I P 1 hf the most signal accomplishments of that half century of

ed attributes.
Of the Wheel : A great many of the patents of effort f was the community drive in the last few years that. "

1 both father and !son are on display
Just across the St Lucie and ut the muCumhich has been gave us the modern
Indian Rivers on Martin County> deeded to Martin County Historical '
beautiful bridge* system to Hutchinson Society.
Island is the beautiful Elliott Attractive murals grace t h e i0 OsPay
Museum at Stuart Beach, a walls of the main building where
Florida attraction now known nationwide the antique autos are shown MARTIN MEMORIAL HOSPITALTo

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While the"museum" i i only" ] cycle, oldstyfe racing sulkies, stage ,
little more than' three years old, it coaches, early Hupmobilct Pierce
encompasses some eighty years of Arrows Rolls Royce and Henry 1 all who helped make that successful "pioneering effort
American inventive history by the I Ford's celebrated flivvers t

noted having Elliott a pioneer family wing, as and well a wing as museum In addition, Mr. Elliott to his liberally gift of endowed the- of today" a reality, I extend my sincere thanks and

hibits devoted to changing cultural .it to insure its future operation ,. gratitude. It was a milestone in Martin County's pro

Gift of Harmon P. Elliott, ex-I And he is
presently working on
which all be proud.
of we can
former president and owner gress
plans to build a replica of the i.
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Taj Mahal nearby. <
Company at Cambridge, Mass. the ,' : .,. ,' -. ,. G. O. Rainey .
houses an unrivaled ". f. j
beautiful collection building of wheeled vehicles I Steve Schmidt .n. ,1, .'.' '.J t .. "a,. ; .....Af ,r I
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ranging from old I stagecoaches ..; \." \ Is j ;f' I
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When Harmon Elliott, who own AnthropologistStephen t .;.,..,
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home on St Lucie Boulevard -
a winter ,, .
near Stuart, sold out nil I r .., --. '. ..-..
addressing machine company in Schmidt, director 0 f 'j .
1959, he decided to erect a me Martin County museums, receivedhis Martin
morial to his father and to all the degree in anthropology at the HARMON p, ELLIOTT DONOR Of UHLtL MUStUM! Of County
wheeled vehicles that have ensued University of New Mexico He
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since Sterling Elliott invented the majored in archaeology.
auto steering mechanism in 1887 His wife, the former Carol I of New Mexico, and an associate southeastern states meetings of
and used it on his first quadri- Elizabeth Ketchum an ethnology of the International Institute for museum authorities
cycle Sterling Elliott also in 1896 graduate, is her husband assistant the Conservation of Historic and Appointed director of the House Because of( the spirit of( its people. They know how to
invented the worlds first metal in museum work, Artistic Works. An authority in of Refuge Museum in 1958, he
framed addressing plates Since i Schmidt is a member of the Geology his field, he Is frequently calledon also assumed direction of the Elliott I- worthwhile
(for the
his fathers death in 1922, his son Club and Explorers Club to give papers at national and Museum in 1961\ work us a team. They cooperate
added to his parents forty-two .
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tal of 112: patents modernizing I
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The museum was dedicated on
Nov l 18, 1961

Elliott The began produced Elliott in 1874 manufacturing the when first Sterling spring history Y We Will Be Pleased to Show You Our Listings

equalizer for horse drawn buggies,
it ended on May 14 1959 when
Harmon sold the Elliott share
!still held by him in the Elliott Addressing -
Machine i Company at RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL
Cambridge, Mass, to the Bessemer
Corporation
Harmon Elliotts father openeda RIVERFRONT AND OCEANFRONT
machine shop in Boston in 1875
which he later moved to Water- I
town, Miss Harmon was born
OPPORTUNITIESIn
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From 1885 to 1896 HdmlonElIiult"
father made bicycles and ,I
sulkies But his most Important -
trotting
contributions came in 1887, '

The of the Elliott problems Quadricycle that builders solved I all of One of Florida's Fastest Growing Areas

four-wheeled chassis vehicles had
faced Problems such as the non-1 I t
turning front axle: differential rear tiXsM
axle, which permit the outside
rear wheel to turn independentlyof
the inside wheel on any turn
thus making a smooth turn; self I
equalizing brakes; two-wheel steering C. O. RAINEY RealtorJUSTINE
mechanism, and the ability to I
keep all four wheels in contact a1r 4ti u I Ia ,
with the road surface regardless of

Quadncycle its elevation were solved in the I i I R. BEGY PHIL DORLON

Th Elliott family claims the t"y d
Invention of the automobile and I
the fact that Our- Associates
offers as proof
yea, H. y n e s and Stanley, 81I\ I ; .
noted auto builders in their time, 508 Colorado Avenue Stuart AT 7.2262SOTIIANNIVERSARYEDn1ON
paid royalties to the Elliott\ family y
for the use of the patent on the I
Quadncycle r _
and his father became I
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Every reporter has at least onstory
in a lifetime that he never y 4 '
jot to print. This is mine. Fr
At I 11 l o'clock on Saturday nigh,
Feb 21 1942, our little town c If
Stuart, Florida, was shaken as i'
by the hand of a giant Houses anl1
business i ; buildings reeled; window, *
were cracked by the terrific: c>. 9iS0.

plosion. .,ai? ''r"Iilt fir w{;. ., .
I remember being knocked fror iC."' : ,,1. .r..w. "_.: ....;. .:___. 1u F,1, -'''''
bed and holding our infant son rti i dnJt +
in the dark, passing him to my TUB\ : ENGINEER: GROUP at ( +amp Murph Army Signal Corps hind. and to his right Timer DcWitl Second row. sttnu'ht( hack
wife who made sure that he ws\ Ij t installation at Hobe Sound during World War II. Included a great from center I is Ben llodupp Over toward right end or the PICture I
safe. "Whut do you think it was?" many local workers We'll name just II 141VI Chambers, second in second and third rows vault spot Jim Pomorov Chct1I.lIIl1n.
she asked "It was a bomb. I sail V Dha from left front row with the hue Charles (,r<:cnl"c. directly be- I Andy Piltirun and Henr\ Hanson. You, name the rest

"The war him reached us," ,
Up till then World War II had "
seemed far away, a distant thinl t ,It. \ .
other Not us.' '. .xta,,, ,: ;'.\, } .
That affecting was before people.all the soldier L a > +. w __ 'Oct .?' ,t' !pjbrj" -"' >N'': '' .. 'e 1

came to train at Camp Murph :: "
and before the young aviators wer r : ss$
practicing night-fighting in thei I
Black Widows at Witham FieU. *
But this was war. There was no ', _
mistaking the sound of a war ,.D i t.Y t.
bomb. M-iyhc it was the St Luci
River bridge I thought. Mayb
the locks west of town. I pulled on .
my old clothes-I 1 had been fish M TP .1,.
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ing that afternoon-and made my r
way to The Stuart News offic
where I found Ed Menninger the
publisher, already at work on the
telephone trying to locate the '
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source of the explosion. Soon we h1" rp'
were calling all around the coun
ty. Yes, they had felt it here and
felt in there-but no one knew
where it had hit. Then we called

Fort Pierce, eighteen miles to the .
north. They had felt tremors
Okeechobee City, fifty mHes to the ?'
west I, had "shivered Jupiter twenty -
miles to the south, had felt i it
strongly. r.J .

Try us we might, nowhere could I- ; i tt
we locate the heart of that infertia
blast. I went home and to bed and # i
around 1:30: a.m. there came i anl'lr. -.
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Sherif
rap I door. It w a s : aM.I' .
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I Tom Gardner. "The German aka A 1f
torpedoed a ship," said the shcr r1 ..... f a a"'

iff. "The survivors are I cominj
ashore at Hobe Sound. Com e U.S. NAVY AMPHIBIOUS Training Base crews at Fort Pierce sent up blasts like this along the

along." const t back in 1942 as they trained to demolish the reefs and fortifications of Japanese-held islandsin
I hurriedly dressed and piled into the Pacific. Navy frogmen placed similar blasts on the reef at St. Lucie Inlet in an effort to use!
his car. We stopped off at the( channel. a> .
war-training tactics to produce a deeper
Pelican Hotel just long enough
Francis Stan, Washington '
to pick up i. am,
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Star newspaperman, who was Francis and I ed-hut couldn't write about Mr
too, from the mainUnders. Take In the dawn we
here doing a story on sailfishing. your pick. watched the sobered \seamen (well- it. That wasn't, news
Down at the Worthington Scran shucked fed, too, and re-clad for the most v
that
Island The suitors did. They And it wasn't newt marve-
ton beach house on Jupiter work
and
in their dirty oily
part
their dungarees and work clothes.I leous radar techniques
new were
the survivors of the SS Republic clothes) filing into the grey Navy
were coming ashore in the dark,, I remember that one hairychestedfellow Chineserobe ,. trucks. I wonder how many of being taught at the giant SignalCorps 1 / e
from the lifeboats- was \soon wearing a installation at Mur- .
disembarking embroidered them made it through the war? C'tinip t,1,1
their to the most with a dragon Jonathan Dickinson State
making way up phy (now
nnwing scene of hospitality 1 I on it in gold thread! A phonograph There was many another story Park; ). It wasn't news that With- ... ,..
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have ever seen in a lifetime of I f started t blaring; a popular song, that we could! not print World am Field hud been mocked tip man which dedicated 5, 1942. Thousands of men were trained
of July
There then twitched to a ja/z those grim early days lllfi VAS SIGNAL CORPS installation Ht Camp Murphy, was
newspaper: reporting.of them-five were hail tune. Soon he was dancing with a War H when submarines took a I where aircraft carrier with fluorescent, dimly lighted, south of Kobe Sound (it embraced I 11.MM()()() acres) is partially shownin In this SIO.OOO.tNK) ( )() installation, which was de-commissioned inDecember

died twenty-four in the blast and six eventu debutante, rather clumsily, because I deadly toll of shipping off the waved men in the new Black Widow paddles photos above and below Construction started in March 1942 1944. After the war it was acquired by the Florida I
,. he was wearing hurry Scotch Florida coast. Most of our des- all State Park Service! and some 8HX)( acres" now form Jonathan
ally made their way to Port Ever I. night fighters--but what a zing with classes held at the Port of Palm Beach By July I, 1942
and subchasers were overseas -
glades. golfing shoes.There troyers went through our hearts in this personnel and equipment had been transferred to C'ump Murphy J Dickinson Stale Park
vital
the transport -
guarding
From the survivors I soon team was Scotch. And cham or little town when the squadrons .
ed that the ship, :a tanker of 3.882:? pagne. And Bourbon. A plate of routes.defenseless This const was practically I trained here knocked down eighteen l.I l.

gross tons, owned by the Petroleum smoked turkey sandwiches appear. ,' I Jap Zeroes in their first night 'r r
Navigation Company, had ed. And a ham. And caviar and Day after day WI watched the fight. To us, Stuart had turned s
been struck by two torpedoes both I olives. And cocktail. sausages. Soon rolling black: smoke ef stricken the tide of battle in the Pacific.
on the port side. there was warmth, a sudden bond, I' tankers out on the Gulf Stream We-our little town-had helped I1j
But it was not the blasts; that good fellowship I would not have tuilfishing ground, and they were the death of Admiral
sank the ship that threw us from been surprised if the roughneckin ', piHors of fire by night. One sailorjust Kidd revenge, Mrs. Chappelka's brother,
in Stuart. the Chinese robs and his new one of a crew of I don'tknow
beds
the Arizona
our at his station on battleship
"The sub fired three torpedoes," found girl friend had slipped out how many-was pulled from .1 in Pearl Harbor on that "dayof
one of the seamen told me. "It was for a look at the stars. One Islander ahead of a wall of blazing oil by infamy,"
the second and third that got us. even stopped me, where I sat : a Salerno commercial fisherman. I
The first missed! us and plowed in my smelly old fishing clothes, I For weeks he lay in our hospital There were many stories that
into the reef ashore My God what'a and said: "You poor boy, let meget here in Stuart, the sole survivor. we could not print, because they set r v ,
noise it made." That first exploding you something decent to wear." I He was our boy. might give ""aid and comfort to
about' this A charred and bloated body the enemy. Also, there was a
on the St. Lucie Inlet coral When I told
reef, a rocky stratum which extends later she IJ'hcifi had been I I was found on the beach. We helda memorandum from the government -
decent little for "The Unknown a capricious note, which I
under the land had shakenus foolish not to get myself a ceremony
like a terrier shakes a rat. One outfit when I had the chance re Seaman" out at Fern: Hill' tossed Idly into my desk (it would .-
of Hitler's bombs in the form ofa porters' salaries being what they I Cemetery. I be a historic scrap of paper to- *
submarine's torpedo had actually were back then. ; The subs were said to he hiding day): "Office of Voluntary Censorship
landed on U. S. soil. It was the Stan and I were very happy, as in the dirty water coming out of to all newspapers: never ij 3&- *
night that Hitler had tossed a i reporter always are when they are St. Lucie Inlet from Lake Okee- under any circumstances mention
bomb on American soil, even i sitting on a big story all\ their own. chobee and they could not be \seen the word uranium in any news rf--Wa
huh? /
connection. Never Who
though by accident. I could see We could see our by-lines all\ over by aerial spotting. They came up ,
the headlines all over the country the nation later that day-depend- only at niyht. One loudmouthedSalerno cared? What was uranium? Those
when I would send out my storyon ing on who got to the Western fisherman bragged: "If I guys up at Washington! must be
the wires later that morning. I Union office first. ever see one I'll ram a with my nuts.
But even bigger story was The lost man ashore was the boat." He returned to port one There were so many stories
enfolding an before us as Stan and I captain. I already knew his name morning, white and shaken. He never printed. But I remember remarking '* iS K4 SSrV sT yT"S
interviewed the oil-soaked seamen I Captain Alfred H. Anderson,I had met one on the surface charging to Francis Stan as we tore *Jii
busily made notes getting I h e 11 through/ pumping the seamen its batteries. "Those damned up our notes and tossed them out
and where they were from.It was prepared to be gracious and things"," he laid, "are thr-ee-ee of Sheriff Hancock's car on our
names was a story of the heart of 1 quote him in my big story. I can hunn-dred) feet long!" way home; from Mrs. Scranton's'heacji '
America. The rich folks of the mil- still see his face as I addressedhim. I There's the untold story of the house: There goes the biggest 1 1'
lionaires' colony on Jupiter Island Stuart Sailfish Fleet, pressed. into story that I never got to print S: S O ? T j
and the plain folks of the Hobe "Captain Anderson," I said "I service by the Navy and the CoastGuard II ; 5s St> vt* 0 **W s "j'' "'
Sound mainlanders as well were represent the Associated Press. Tell in one of the moot impu- COI.ONF.L j. w. GREF.N *
coming to the aid of the rescuedmen. ,me how you felt when that sub-" dens, bluffs ever pulled. The char COMMANDER: AT 'MURPHY <
with the Associated) would slip out of port iS3Hfe 'vtt
Chambers of Hobo Sound "To hell ter captains
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remembers it She was there- Press!" he roared. "Don't y a u after dark, rev their engine up I Colonel lames W Green It., njXWr !
know there' a war on? You can't 'to- highest speeds and cruise up a West Point graduate of the class '
and helping. need- I one word about this!" I and' down offshore. The CoastGuard of 1927, was in command of Camp ? .
seamen print iia'r..WeerVw
American .
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Stricken clothing. They needed food' He strode into tk room to a hoped that tIM sub skippers I Murphy here in World War II ;:;;,,- ..-. ,
ed dry word went out 'coffee table and pounded on it would think that the racing boats I days. At thirty-six when he took .
and succor. The Worthington Scranton's I with. m fist. "This it no time for were armed with depth bomb and over the Signal Corps training ,. ?
and into Mrs.house with its black: I a party! he said. contemptuously ,submarine detection devices.: They school a* commandant and post : .
beach windows facing the sea regarding the Scotch bottles, the I I tidal even have their fishing rods I commander, he was one of tile .(,: : ,
ed-out I officers of his rank in '
the Wanders bearing gifts sandwiches: and the blaring phono- : aboard! youngest ,,. .1
came mainlanders. There were I graph. All dancing stopped, all 1 There was the sub that was the Army Colonel Hugh Mitchellwas ,. ." 4,;
And the I : commandant in the organization ,4 .
all drinking. The place wu chased from its lair and destroyed
Street. There eating .
suits tutored on tweed Bond coats from t still. "Have you forgotten those by planes with depth bombs halfway I period. : ;:' :; ', 1. ..

were shaggy There were two-toned poor devils in the hold? Every I. between Stuart and Port II. Lieutenant Colonel John Ord ;:;.. ... Scotland. mifvjack" iit my crew march out- .I Picice*-witnesses on the shore was assistant commandant aid .
Panama
Bermuda. .
shoes for a and trip to lounging jackets. \ tide! The Navy's sending trucksto told of seeing the tub's tail go up .l Lieutenant Colonel W. T. Hammond ,.t:':. ,

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Boats Planes Smuggled Liquor from (West End Island They Settled Back in Days of the Trade] Boats



Bootleggers Lived It Up But 'Busted' Titus Hart Came to Jupiter Isle /



t When Their Era of Lawlessness EndedThe : And Planted Huge Pineapple', ,j



story of the prohihition and entry with the U. S. Customsat early days before bridges" and rail. white. He performed the
era- -bitter called the bootlegging West Palm Beach The boats services.
\ Mrs. Hart roads the means of transportationwas ,
CI a -in Martin County was one would go down to West Palm I a sail boats. As mules were Since the nearest doctor t
fif diy fortunes made and lost? Beach and clear out for West End by in Titusville Mrs Hart was
hi.jacking, piracy and death at on ostensible "pleasure cruises," Fine Person the only field animals used in upon many times to take care
those and with no means of
tea listing their passengers as crew in days the sick and occasionally set
From the beginning of the Vol. a legal 8Ong-and-dunce that every. transporting them across the Hobe en bones and stitched
stead Act until its repeal early in body knew was fake as a three Aided ManyEditor's Sound narrows between the i island wounds.
dollar bill. Then they would and mainland, it was necessaryto in all
the Franklin Roosevelt administra bring She was quite active
lion Martin County was the central their cargoes over, unload themin ... have them swim back and forth affairs, having served as
point for one of the largest Stuart, Port Salerno or Palm note: This articlewas each day board trustee and taught
bootlegging operations carried on City (or stash them away in the f.. '; '.. written in 1458 by our Hobe The Harts had many tracts of garten for several years.
in the nation, the smuggling in by mangrove swamps at Peck', Lakeor I'r.. .. .. ,, ". Sound correspondent, Miss Lucy land on both the 1 island and the ever funds were needed, Mrs
boats and seaplanes of British and in the woods up the North ,.tI! < vu; .. ., i1'! ... '" ",..I""NM' '....... ..... Wcthmgton, who died trag mainland, among which was Hart's was the one who managed
Canadian whiskies and West Indian Fork). WHISKY WAREHOUSES at West End, Grand Bahama, duringthe ically two years ago: Hill and in the early 1900< ( the campaigns, which included
rums. Having unloaded they would LUCY WtllHNGlON Hobo Sound Post Office, general Cross work and distributing
By
prohibition era. Rum boats from Martin County smuggled! in .
slip down to West Palm Beach via store and all activities were located and clothing for needy f
The little of West
community many thousands of burlap-wrapped half cases called "hams"from HOBE SOUND. Anna Currie in this The seat
the ocean route and clear in with area. county The Harts were charter
End Grand Bahama, just
on sixty I this island bootleggers' headquarters Hart, Mrs. Titus Hart at Juno and Dade: County
miles to the southeast of St Lucie the custom again-empty as dead ( ) seventy. was bers of the Hobe Sound Pre
soldiers six, who died on Oct 3 after a extended from Miami to what is Church and Titus known I
Contrary to most of the ian
inlet was crowded with whisky until the decided still too delicate to be
afternoon, bootleggers are gone
long illness, came to Toronto, Can., now Martin County.Mr. "
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Warehouses stocked by schooners contraband throughout the nationat everyone as Tiny, helped
that he was just!\ at stubbornas Into in detail from Scotland as a young girl. Hart lover of
and steamers with St Lucie Inlet the time, the Stuart whiskieswere was a great
being the illegal port of entry for "the rail McCoy," genuine they were Two local rum runners who I Shortly thereafter she moved to nature and spent many hours I
some two score small craft, rang. scotches, Irish liquors and such, There was great rejoicing in happened to break down in a vicious Rochester, N. Y., and studied among his numerous flowers with \
ing from commercial sea skiffs with ample Canadian Club, all Stuart in those days whenever an storm way to heck out in nursing. As a nurse she cared for roses as his favorite. He planted II
brought over here In half-case"hunts" the children of Mr and Mrs Fred (the Australian pines which: now
commodious cabin crul'' Seaplanes

to en. occasional bootlegger got scared the Gulf Stream where they drifted I
Yates, who their winters
also in the of burlap I spent on tower along Beach Road, also I I
were engaged stiff after coming In the inlet and for two days at the mercy of Island in the home
trade, landing on isolated Mile The current price in Stuart, retail Jupiter now most of the first palm trees in this
all his in the river.
dumped
Lake and up the North Fork where ran $4 to $5 a quart for Ii. One such instance cargo which occurred the waves became town heroes. A occupied by Leonard Yerkes
they quickly transferred their cargoes of a type which today cost in 1927, was caused by a false! steamer came along and threw Anna Currie met Titus Hart on area.When the Harts first settled on
to waiting automobiles or SHOPS, more for a fifth, so there : alarm. Some tourist. in a speedboat them a rope. But the storm was her first visit to Jupiter Island in Jupiter Island there were only ;
small boats was the paradox of better liquorat hauled out of Manatee Pocket so rough that the steamer's stern 1898 and at the age of twenty-two I three families here and their supplies ;
There was a general local toler a cheaper price under prohibition scaring the daylights out of the constantly rose and fell jerking yean, after a four.year courtship, and food were brought in
ance of the bootlegging industry than today, except for t the so he her the their cabin cruiser about One of I they were married in Jacksonvilleon by boat about twice a year. Flour
Many of our prominent local citizens fact that it was illegal and the rum-runner and tossed" champagne gave Boyd i them crawled out on the bow in Sept. 29, 1904( They enjoyed I and sugar were bought by the
were either actively engagedin users tried to drink it down before gun Irish whisky, Old Monarch and the storm and cut the hawser They thirty-four years of happy married barrel and of course the matter
it or bank-rolling it and very the prohis or their personal friends sacks of Canadian Club all the weren't going to be inconvenienced life until Mr Harts death I in of weevils in the flour was always ,
few of them were ever caught Nor showed up So paradoxically again, way from Rocky Paint to Hell being jerked around like that, see. 1938 a problem. Indians and bears were i
were their internal feuds which there was more drunkenness here Gate. They drifted another week before Titus Hart was born in North frequent visitors, and shipwrecks
resulted in numerous hijackings during prohibition than today being picked up again. Of such Carolina and his ancestors came along the coast were always excit
and mysteriously unexplained missing 'I I he bootleggers were a jolly There has never been any stuff were our rum runners to America on the Constitution ing adventures. Many of the homes
persons, ever pursued to any crew who seldom got caught sport fishing like that before or Occasionally' Sheriffs Babcock' which was the second boat after and cottages built were made from I
degree Trappers would occasionally run since. Everyone who had a rod I McGee and: Christensen had the the Mayflower. He came to Florida lumber salvaged from these shipwrecks II
Sheriffs B. H. Babcock, Mar. into caches of the stuff on the and reel or a hnndlint put on snag duty of taking several hundred about 1890 and developed huge Mr Hart also built the MRS. 11'1 US HART and I I
Ion McGee and Riley Christensen hunks of the North and South hooks and started trolling. reeling hams' out in the backwoods and pineapple plantations on the mainland coffins when needed and Mrs. dedication of sun dial at the :
in their successive tenures of office Forks, hut the smart trapper never in "the burlap sacks of fire wa I destroying them. Choosing u remote of }lobe Sound In those Hart lined them in either black or of pioneer Titus Hart
One commercial fisherman
arrested hundreds of bootleggers took more than one or two bottles ter for such "destruction,"
spot
and seized and destroyed or maybe a ham or two. One got out his big haul seine and made aroused the
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i finally suspicion on "
the Hell Gate Heal that night hauling -
thousands of sacks of whisky, as a trapper, Clint Hale, mysteriously part of the prohis (revenue agents)
in around hams of spirits.
perusal of the courthouse records disappeared from the North Fork fifty and the stuff was smashed in the ... NC
shows, but they were for the Some people say that he was givena The suddcn-dcith part was accepted jail yard back of the courthouse -- ,,.-------- -- '
boost part outsiders who had the plane ride half way to West t End. as a hazard of the trade \where you could smell it all over :
gill to compete with the local citi- Another ut Gomez, disappearedover One of the bootleggers the "Big town ?
tens or to use good old Martin the Christmas holidays in Swede," was the most prodigious About the dirtiest trick the :
County for a base of operation 1927' and showed up two weeks consumer of the product in the whole took in place r-
already being well taken care of later I. i in downtown West Palm I area. He never put a quart to his bootlegging era :
by home industry. Beach racing for the police station mouth I without t I it, so it when some scheming connivers
iJ dh'e
ham of in the
slipped a whisky
The courthouse files show that in his BVDs. He had jumped out was never to offerhim i
the great majority of the arrests of the back seat of a Ford I nwhich a drink unless there just happened trunk of Stanley Kitching's coupe I '
when he and his bride started "
were for those rum-runners who some bootleggers were taking to be four or five! inches
landed their stuff in West Palm him for a ride-his last one, left in the bottom of the bottle I north on their honeymoon, tipping \ .... .
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and he suspected Anyhow, these 'Licker" got the better part of off the Fort Pierce police Man > ,
Beach, Miami or the Keys gen. nabbed and fined and I ::' I
then tried to transport 1 it by auto try got the idea that he had taken his judgment one night up at Fort Icy was '7' I .
up the Old Dixie Highway through more than one ham, quite posubly Pierce and the Fort Pierce police there was general indignation .; "" .'1;:. !.,
Stuart. Our boys ran into the same 100 hams (half-cases), and chief shot him dead Louie Jacobs The rum runners bout\\t, big I I ; .
difficulties running the gauntlet of had transferred them from one who was full of dcrrmgdo, drown. homes and drove fancy cat. Righton I I
St. Lucie and other counties to the hiding place to another. So he ed while trying to make it out up to the Big Depression, they '" ...
north. Home was the safest spot said "they held me under water Delray Inlet There were others were the elite flashing bank rolls
for any bootlegger I until I I'd go unconscious then who were aboard certain boats big enough to choke a boa or a p. t
Rum-running win carried o n I they'd bring me up and revive me I headed for the Islands when they revenue agent, but they all went I's
for the most part with a tacit understanding and ask me where thut darned left here, but weren't on them broke with the rest of us when -ti
of "legality" of exit whisky was." This went on nil one when they got back These subjects the Volstead Act was repealed

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SAILBOATS ALONG: SHORE AND HIE R. R. RICOU: I1S1I HOUSE BACK IN:'\/ 1904 D Hoke (Captain Bob) cameo rswl r -i ; u F II II I

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R. R. Ricou & Sons Fish Co. StartedIn was le the how went year twenty-one long back 1876.he to There years stayed his Illinois In old.that no It recordof home time was. r ,


und then to the Dakotas In South I

1896 Grew to Largest in FloridaNeon hey Dakota were he married met Elvira on New Schullz Year and

Jay in 1884 He took her to his :
llmois home to come to Florida
with his brother in the spring! while I \
Lighted he hurried ahead to build a home
for them to live in. In 1889 a
I laughter, Mary Louise, was born

Cross Is a'Memorial' and In 1894 a son, Harry Lugcne: NOI' SNOW but the lathe houses .
>, under which pmcupplcs were once grown on the sand hills surrounding ,, a
both of whom
are living early Jensen Reach 1 he community. was commercially prosperous from the (large acreage of pines
During' his first trip Mr. Hoke The fields under shade are seen 'n both sides. of the new railroid station In thin photo taken. in 1897
and C HI'turn Thomas C Richards
are said to have brought the firs t tpine"lo -- -
R. R. Ricou was born at Mass slips from the Keys to
Point Miss", and was raised in hu particular section They plint- Seventeen Great Grandchildren Now
Sclma, Ala One of his first jobs ed them on Hutchinson Island but
was that of a paper boy with the iI- the soil was too rich and they just
Atlanta Georgian, which was later turned to red spkcs When Horn The Frank Curtis Munch Family Came Here
called the Atlanta Constitution, and I were brought over to the mainland,
Mr. Ricou was always proud of yM.J they grew like wildfire The pine-
the fact that he helped sell the first 6t/ It apples seemed U> love the land, I From South Carolina; Ran an Early Store

issues published He worked there t.J t.a along with a good bit of fertilize
until his teens when he moved to ,I later onCame. I III Frank Curtis Munch came tc
Tampa and where he married Ger and! fish of all kinds were Jensen In 18J8 from Jasper loun/ ta. j )
trude Ross, a member of one of .2 mot Uuft pluikUiul in thou. day. ty, S. .C H. first lived with hu
the state! s eldest pioneer families. 1if'4 On hb first trip ho lumteit on\ Me sister, fff-Emily; punter.. whc
They moved to Brunswick Ga., ritts Ulind, built a sloop and preceded frank to Jensen by .about.
arriving during the ,year of the r would soil to key West which, at two yean, and her husband! Hubert
Panic Depression in the late 1800s rr that time was a flourishing town formerly from Lngland
and the only work., he could findat t f e with sailing ships from most of following his arrival In Flab
first was a one duy a week Job I he nations of the world to be teen da, he met and married Annie
that paid $1.25. The young couple Th Royal Poincianas and In e Laurie Wilson (rum Striven County -
was fortunate in having a landlady flamingo and roseate spoonbill/ ,
Who shared her garden with mad a deep impression. as he told Ho and his brother "Casslo/ ," C.
them. Upon leaving Brunswick, quite often of the brilliance of the H. Munch/ ran a grocery and dry
they flipped a coin m deciding if flowers and of having a pink cloudof goads store next I to the town hull,,
they should go to the East or West birds fly over now known 81 the Jensen Bench
Coast ,of Florida and the results 'j He would do errands for neighbors Community Center, and frank
found them living in Titusville along the Indian River much and his wife lived over the store. s
where their son, Ernest, was born as we would now ask a neighbor Their first child, Emma Christine 1
From TitusviUc they moved to MR. AND MRS. R. R. RICOU Pioneers of Jensen if there i is something needed'from (Mrs G. W &hlpcs Sr. of F
Eden where two years later an town Doors were never locked Jensen Beach) was born May 17,
other son, Louis, was born Here and nothing was ever stolen There 905, and their second child, a
Mr, Ricou started on his own in were mosquitoes! and tandflics on, Frank Curtis Jr., was born
the fish business, then they movedon I Sorensen Family's Sloop ArrivedIn aplenty; walking to Fort Drum to May 31, 1907 and today Is a real-
to Jensen where he foundedthe get away from both pests>> was not dent of ilpatiokoe Street Stuart/
R. R. Ricou and Sons Fish unusual The family moved to Ridgehmd,
in 1896 It was the larg- During the first of the S. C, In 1907 and frank ran a a
est Company wholesale fish house in the Sail Titusville in 1889By 1900s Captain Hoke very built a houseboat barbershop and did some farming. t t ta. tt
from
Four born In
south Eight fish houses were es- for Colonel Robert M. sons were Ridgc-
tablishcd along the coast from Key Thompson! of New York He land, Willie Holmes, John [rrol,
West to Titusville and served by (Captain Hoke) had captained/ the Woodrow W, and Robert E. Lee
HVRRY SCHULTZ Titusvillc to Eden Post Office, Munch moved back Jensen
the Ricou fleet of private boats as T, A. Snider houseboat a numberof ; they to
fishermen Thefirst where Captain Richards presided, In 1914 Two 'more daughters
individual
well as The Jensen area well represented I the "Clco." There the winters and one season' Colonel
house Jcv by steamer were born Sarah Elizabeth (Mrs
Jensen fish and the second was the wide-open: places back m I .tcamcr was met by Mail Carrier Thompson had rented it which J. S. Matthews of Savannah, Cm,)
fire bya hint
troyed by the idea of
owning a
Mr. Ricou 1889 when the John Sorensenfamily : Paul Ax ton and tno mail was gave and Ruby Laurie, Mn Richard
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Following
hurricane.
houseboat of his It called
the business arrived on that memorableday j brought to Jensen! by row boat Later own was Latham of East Ocean Boulevard
s death in 1925. of 27 after rather swift .. "The Everglades," had hand-
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be by their Sept! on three larger steamers, "St. Frank ran a barbershop in Jensen
continued to operated 1931 trip (sixteen hours) down the Indian 4 Augustine," "St. Lucie," and MSe- polished black cypress paneling in and also sharecropped 0 n
sons until about salon and dining salon The item'
River front Titusville aboard 4W bastion" plied> between Titusville lutchmson Island where he and
In addition to the children men- the "The Robinson war one piece of mangrove A manlooked
sailing sloop Yet and Jupiter A freight steamer, a : hill partner beans and other
Honed above, the Ricous also had Crusoe" ;) sternwheeler, The Progress," haul for some time to find a grew
I 'egctables Transportation by
two daughters Mrs. W. B. (Anita) John and Ane Sorensen, both '' ed pineapple crate material and tree with exactly the right curve boat and their produce was brought was
Tilton and Mn Inez Browning, of whom were born in Denmark, ',' ..;! pineapple to and front TKutvillc and Captain Hoke finally found over by launches from the inland
and another son, Douglas and their four children, Betty, "'". +t v.SIRS. The Indian River Stcamboul the right !stem somewhere east of In 1923, frank moved his famIly .
Among the many things done Mary Louise. and John moved ,,"' "" Company also operated I m a I 11 I Salerno. The boat was to be ready to Stuart where he ran a barbershop \.
for the community by the Ricous! from Birmingham, Ala, at the freight boat in the area, including for entertaining at the St LoursExposition until d away In
was giving i i the lot and the suggestion of Mrs Sorensen! ,; 'i i I "The Della," captained by Harry of 1903. When ready 954. His' wife;: died ..IICI 1948 their l''i':
needed balance for building the brother, John L. Jensen, formerlyof ., ... J. SchulUe, who came to Jensenin for outfitting she made the trip son John Errol, died! In 19 6. 'Ii." v j
Church j In to Baltimore and then back around ,
Jensen Community Denmark, who had arrived in 1892 from Wesungion, S. D Their descendants: Include sevntccn -
1906. the Jensen! area about three years :M L_.. .. The four Sorensen children were the tip of Florida and up the Mississippi grandchildren and seventeen -
When the new Community after Captain Thomas! E. Richards I married in due time: Mary to T River to St. I-ouis Pow- /greatgrandchildren. MR. AND' MRS. FRANK CURL MUNCH
built on Skyline Drivea IIARRY I. SCHUL1/, ered with twin and
Church was settled at Eden in 1878. I engines pro-
V Moore Louise to Harry J.
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memorial monument topped with formerly Miss Louise! Sorensen, pellors, and yet of very shallow I
The Sorensen traveled by trainto
: | Schultz; Betty to D E. Austin, II
lighted at draft for Florida water the boat
a cross which is neon Jacksonville, then boarded another came to Jensen in 1889 and hn and John to Evelyn Curslain. Mrt. I
night was given and dedicated in trim on the 1sT.&K.W Railroad resided in Jensen and White Sehulu i III the only living member could nose into mint any Interesting Frederick William Willes an
I looking place. The trip to New
their memory. for and Tilusville
Enterprise City for seventy-four yean of the Sorensen family
I York was made several .
time* After

Thomas Hellier that It was young on John the Sorensen JT&KW! Jr"train was ,I Jensen! in 1889, there were .a few j Scbulu Louise! were Sorensen married and at Harry the Jen-J. west Captain Captain Hoke Tony and Canova family went took Arrival from England in '93One fl tf
residents there who had
the of ashes planted
object some burning
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I ten home of C. H Raeey, justice
over In later the
from the wood-burning locomotive I out a small number of acres of I of the peace in I8J6. Mr Schultz moored somewhere year.I In New boat York was of the Indian River leaden then moved to Jensen in 1893 His
And Wife Picked which blew in the window and seth pineapples This was the beginningof was the ion of Mr and Mr J. W water and burned to the of t the early day was Frederick reason for coming to the area
i.. hair afire. Quick: action got the I the great pineapple" :industry Schultz of Wessington, S. D., and level. It was rebuilt and then water burned William Willis, who came directly was to study the citrus. business t
1898 fire out which later extended from Hobe Dubuque, Iowa from Wool hlr., England, to Florida Mr. Will** and Mill Elizabeth 4
Jensen in While in Titusville the Soren- Sound to Sebastian The Sorensensset Mn Schultz live in White City again .. He first: went .to LceshurgCIDKONS Grace Dunn of New York were te T
out ten acres of pineapples anda Colonel: Thompson and Captain l
I yens purchased groceries from EL. with her Harry, who married at the C. H. I Kacey,. homo
few citrus trees, later adding to -Jio recently Hoke at one time had seventy-five IN JENSEN in 1894. ; ; ,
Thomas and Helen Hellier decided l Brady store (he later moved I retired as of the Vero Beach Miss Dunn was a sisterof 4J
to move to the southland I to Miami), and building materialsfor their hold ngs. : Presa-Journal after being with that I. acres of pineapple under shed MORE 'IIUN 50 YEARS I Mn Racey, who with Mt Kacey
in 1898. Leaving their native state I their future home on the shores i Among the earlier residents was 1 I twenty-nine I They shipped under the Blue Diamond George and Elizabeth Gideon moved to Florida in IHX' (), and
paper yearnMrs.
came to Jensen of the Indian River at Jensen I Mr. Jensen, who settled the community brand. Colonel Thompson Miss Dunn s first trip south was to
they
of Wisconsin the Jensen from To'petea
to
Schultz has resided In came area
Jensen bought Hoke out when the Hates
home and Their home, "Bclte View Plan and for whom it was named I I visit her relatives.
established ,
where they a Kan., in 1913 j They had
and White City for the past went west to see if Mr Hokes
I Mr. Jensen
Mr. Hellier secured a position in Ution. stood majestically in Jensen I planted pineapplesand I seventy.four years health would be improved by the five children' John, Lena, Sadie, The Willes' home was built on J,
built small home ML I
the until the a near
Bank. through years one of the most
the Planter Security -- change. George!! and Seymour.. Seymourand picturesque' site*
helO and daughter !in law, : recent sale of the property, which Washington Other early resident MAJOR 'IM: >USIRY' NOW' his wife, the former Miss Lucy along the river and Will known a* W
Mr and Mn, Charts Thomas resulted in the house<< being torn 'I included Mr. and Mrs R. D Hoke, lUtRtSM AM' REIIRFES ASCENSION Mchford/are owners of Seymour I the "Cross Roads" It was locatedone
Hellier joined the elder Hellien in down. At that time the place was 'I C F. Wolfe, and Mrs. Lucy A BALLOON : nn and live across from their j mile south of Jensen, is now a
1904 and Charles went into the I owned by A. A. Hendry Brandlin. A footpath along the I When the Town of Jin Ie n AND PARACHUTE JUMPFEATURED lace of business on Indian River cottage resort. f
business of raising pineapples.He When the Sorensens arrived in river shore connected the few residential Beach was formed in 1926, a special : LAND SALE Jnve I He entered the business of

and his father were Masonic charter used boats properties for transporUtam.Mr but most! folks I edition of The Stuart News When the Indian River Highland B.:ANroVlllK"lSLANDtOKMLK' ing fruit and pineapples which: 1I.j
members of Stuart Acacia shipped' by the carloads
to
I subdivision
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signalized event. was opened by
which wa organized in inspector of Martin County, and Sorensen was appointed PIONtR:'\/ INDUSTRY: northern: markets
Lodge Miss Charlotte Hel I I The old edition "a the Roth Brother in Jensen Beach 1
Jensen predicted
Jensen Thomas was the Second two daughters first postmaster April 17, Jensen early sailboat were loo Willes were among the
her and Mn. Kathryn Haggard! 1890, about three before the industrial for the on Saturday, Feb. 20, 1926 feature II
Grand Master and .Charles the yean i I great growth" a know a* "bean boat, because: pioner founder of All Saints Episcopal
Third Grand Master They attended school in Jensen Florida East Coast Railroad was ;, section, but did not foresee that the of the land sale was Jen- they were used to carry the settler Church and he served a*
The Charles Hellier bad one and Fort Pierce High School; all I extended this far south by Henry i I major industry would be toumm sent first balloon lift and parachute back and forth from their string layman and a vestryman. They hud IREDFJIICK W, WILLES ansJhia
on, Thomas R, who is building are residents of Jensen M. FUgler. Mail wa brought from nod homes for retire*:*. jump | bean farm on Hutchinson Nand twelve children hunting dogs.



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3-D- THE STUART Ha.)NEWS Thursday, January 9, 1964 SOTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION ."





HISTORY? WE HELPED MAKE IT IN JENSEN BEACHAND




-FOR THAT MATTER-IN MARTIN COUNTYW.


B. Tilton Was a Member of the Committee Which Pushed Through the Legislative Act at


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same street, photographed in 1964, now an active, bustling business district with a modern bank and fine stores and of- .
I fices on both sides of the street. In addition, there are fine business buildings, modern food stores, resorts, motels, and '
trailer courts along the river drive heart of Jensen Beach, with beautiful subdivisions surrounding the community. .'
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Fine Homes, Motels Nation's Largest Section, Where Pineapple Industry Born, Fisheries Thrived



Jensen throilWpi; ; Center of World in Early Periods I






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: I),VI'A IN:\ 'I HIS PAPER Boxes Year
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fortunate in "securing< the aid of In about 18/8. !before the trade j
F Mn. B. I>. (Gertrude) Fulton boat hud! started operating on
wrr our former society editor, in the the Inland waterways of the FlorIda
w writing of the pioneer Indian : Fast Coast I he;fore there were
River and Jensen Bench data any roads, trails' or railroads. Cant.
Y mid the acquiring of photos for Thomas F Richards anchored hit
i ; I iu.. illustration Mrs Fulton sailboat In the Indian River off
1 .r life-long a'tjuuintlnCflith: the what I in now culled Eden: and came
; area and her knowledge of the ashore .to start the first pineapple
t A AF pioneer families make this section riluniation Some three year later
I outstanding Thank you, one John L, Jensen did the same
$ hen Fulton thing about four miles! farther south
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and the settlement was named! /enten. -

John L Jensen .
r P The pineapple industry grew
T t ro lustily, spread up and down the
: I x y The Founder of Indian River on the Sandy Ridge;
a mind trail was. chopped out of
the underbrush so that, a horse and
Jensen BeachJohn
wagon could! travel from settlement
I 'to settlement. With the trade boats

L Jcntcrt was the found. came the one wire telegraph line
er of Jensen Beach homcitcadlni with a receiving and sending, Instrument f
there in J 1881. He was a native ol in nearly every house,
Denmark moot of the line being strung from
to The railroad ,
tree tree pushedti
His homestead included one
way south first to M Augustine
mile of beautiful
rlverfrontage on hen Tltusville, Port Pierce Juni-
.. .. a r which he raised pineapples. He
v r ter, West Palm Beach and finally
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PIFR('[ was the county seat for Jensen Reach from 1905 formed! in 1905) as shown in photos! .bove and below Twenty I RAY AND AMV ROB*KI SON IN 1905 J Sorensen, Schull/, ))3. F. lIull and Harry I From the southern reaches of l

to (1925 when it became Martin County Many pioneer Jensen years later, some of them ,and many of their descendants! took part( the Indian River something of an

Beach and Indian River Drive residents of Eden, Walton (TibMs) in the celebration marking the founding of Martin (ounty, Photos i Ray Robertson/ Recalls Days [ Jensen( ) clear I is reputed in five to have madeSI1,0)0 from I. export trade opened in pineapples,
and Ankona took part in the parade when St Lucie County was courtesy Martin County Historical Society. years ocoanuts, (tomatoes fish and turlet. -
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pineapple plantings, a large I
This went northward by way .
sum for those days.! A friend invested I. of[ the Indian River steamers During ,,
< When Carloads Pines Used
r w. of the money for him, but he the shipping season the boats
I tw ', ; lost it all and had to sell his hind with crates
were heavily freighted
1, .f..it'' To Roll to North Every Day o pay for an enormous. life insure I of citrus fruit and pineapples By
.. _. ance policy he carried 890 shipments had been made
,When the pineapple t boom !busted In such quantities that Henry Flagcd "
r"r I Ray Robertson, one of the pioneer In Jensen, which was run by the Jensen could not keep up the decided to extend his! railway
r Itry Ile t ter I I' tai f railroad agents in this .area family -until 1945' I I payments on the insurance policy down Florida east coast
". i was horn in Commerce, Mo., in Mrs Robertson passed away In and went broke As a result his Jensen "became II.nnwlthe.
ems roc) s i I 1885 and! moved to Florida with 1959. Their children Include k son. widow did not receive the msur- pineapple center of the world and
i d I hm parents in IH9J the family lungley. And daughter, lI: lll' nnee fortune he hud planned for 1 000,000 boxes were shipped out
I lytw first lived in Seville and in their hcth Ray (Mrs. James D. Friend), her II e died in Andersonville, in a year Across from where the
w sraYe exploration of the State moved onto both of whom are residents o f N C.PIH'.ORnS. depot is now a large pineapple
ua, t vs Crescent City, 1 Dctand. Port Jensen factory w II' started about 1900.
Orange and TiUisville before making ... IN JENSEN: : 1 heso fancy pineapples were called
of the with
In telling early days
I their home\ in Stuart His father SINn: Tin: HWOwRlount "//Jacku,,, and were canned in 2-
the railroad, Mr. Robertson said
Ulysses Robertson. WHS 1I a "'In (190405() approximately fifteen \ and Rachel Pitchfork d I quart Mason jars,
blacksmith his elder In the between 1897 to
trade
by
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years
moved this In the curl
to eighteen carloads of pineapple! to area )y
I years he moved! to 7tphyrhills were shipped daily from Sluar 1K'M\ (> Three of their daughter!I about 1910 everyone hud! money
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htlI Ray acccpfcd posilloS with In I the early morning a special were born In Jensen, Marie, Su a, Gradually the climate, became colder \
and this In affected thepineapple
turn
the Florida Last Coast Railroadas train would/ start north from JUnG and Lucy (Mrs Seymour Gideon".
< baggage master in Dayton In !picking i 'up 'loaded Can from depots Their fourth daughter, Rachel wa, tilled" Industry the big freeze
1902\/ from there he was transferred and private sidings (area I beIwetn born In Miami out the pineapple business
,I I to Cocoa and then Sehasi .! Juno and north of Fort I Bloim! brother, J. J. Pilch In two yean. Gradually the pine111'1' >
/ business returned and lined
i I clan as telegraph' operator before I Pierce) and the .,,11Inumoor/ of ford, and, Ms wife, Kale, settled in were. built to protect the
s becoming agent in Stuart in 1904I ( cars would probably be fifty: by I Jensen about/ the tame time and! But other circumstances! crop inch
I, Wedding bells' ring in January the time the end: of the line I was the two brothers, were pioneer as transportation problems and
'190S() when Ray and Amy I reached" farmers' on Hutchinson/ Island! The hooper buying of the (wham pine-
Kuching. a member of one of the Among the family's, / treasured J. J. Pitchfords had five sons, apples stemmed the full growth ofthe
area"i oldest pioneer families and mementos of Ihe pioneer days area Billy, Joe, Robert, Herbert and! pineapple' industry in this .seeon -
a skier of Stanley Pitching, were Philadelphia newspaper' I2H years homes until it was only a memory,
aua r I, united in marriage at the Stuart old and diaries, over 100 years old -"
t Methodist Church before a large written by Langley Kltching about The ancient 'Indians of t thli I Benjamin Pur"In, curly Stuart
? gathering of friends and relatives his first trip to America and adventures !- region were the Jeagus and the settler, was a veteran of the Confederacy -
I They moved to Jupiter in 1908( in Africa. An, Canb tribes. ,
where Ruy'wlis agent until 1914
when he was transferred to Jensen Colonel 0. O Poppleton, a Union .
and worked there until his retirement Army veteran was the first '! ) -- '
from the railroad! in 11125.I bee-keeper here PoppleUxi Creek "oJ !.T' ,

He, then, opened a grocery More is named for him :

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