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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ON TODD ROAD BRIGHT DIVERSIONTodd WARNS I: $3,300,000 Local Inlet Cost

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Wright of Stuart in a let. rI.\
ter to the editor warns that "pro-
of Palm ,. .
posed location a new \ y -

City bridge would by the bypass State Road Stuart Department as I County \ idc. Events Are Listed for I Holiday! 1 I County Faced

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well as Palm City Putting it a

mile would south divert of virtually the present all bridge traffic e t By Demand
Color Guard Marines Be
from the Sunshine Parkway from of to

whereas it fur-
Stuart by putting !
ther north it would be possible to For Decision

make Parkway a direct and connection A1A This betweenthe wouldbe In Forefront of Fourth Parade
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of enormous benefit to the entire : I On) request by Senator Spcssunl
Holland and Congressman Paul
area, including Jensen Beach \-T Rogers, the <
and llutchmson Island It is quite A lull ill-ela\ cclclsriinon ol, Independence AllcTnoon activities will include mini huihccuc Mom noon until lit Jacksonville Army has reviewed ores UsSI

evident the State Road Depart- I O.i) throughout, M.ir. a double-header:: : American I II \legion: dunk! LIICIC Inlet! proposals and! pre
ment is looking for the easiest way C (tin Count is m store for resident' hasebiill game ut Saillish Park I I !Stuurt's planning committee "r rented recommendations! still view
out without any consideration of I (Stuart vs Satellite Beach) at I I Ihe ( h.imlxr of Commerce a n- cd Martin County .
a* impossible by
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the Stuart area or of the tourists. and visitors as witnessed by the pm und ,showings a color film eludes Mavor Kay Cooke. general ('('mllli\ i'ln.
::r I 1 program just released by the plan Song ol a Nation at Llliolt Museum chtiirmun, W. K !Scull, r.lflhle.UI1l' .
nmg committee co-ordinnted! hy at 2 and 4 p,m. Stuart-Jen I luck Ilartntm lilliuh aim Thlcounty just dock! not have
SURVEY ASKED! IN the $000,000) () )( asked for local
I Iks I .
will its
Stuart hamhcr of Commerce sen lodge serve an- versa ry "
'WAR ON PtWRIY: participation, "cash in advance
Gaylord Nelson U. S Senator Jensen Ilcuch has scheduled! no) on (hit major protect-and views
events in the morning in order I hi the for local
request sharing in
Wisconsin has written W. E. Am- Few Favor Alternate Ron It's
bler, Stuart superintendent of parks LAlLSr: CHI'S ot Stuart Junior Uomani Club to the pediatric:' ward of Martin Memorial Hospitil; participate in the annual M.lrllI1ounly r the costs of a minor channel improvement
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and cemeteries, for an estimate were accepted by Evans ( ran Jr. chairman of the board from Mrs Frank Zorn retiring president ( parade according to connecting the Intra-
on the amount of unemployed man They included $340.22 worth "t! ,instruments. The Junior v\omans Club mule: in original gill ot /Baker. chairman.ol activities there: Palm Asks coastal Waterway with the inlet
Promptly at I p m soup horace\ City Group Span as 'solely a federal obligation
power which might be utilized in $1,01)0.) aided m furnishings, and +is dedicated to supporting the children ward will begin, followed! by a full days
parks beautification, forestry improvement .. ., The\ commission Tuesday re
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viewed a letter from Major (
similar
improve
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or in Present LocationA
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ments in this area. A national survey I Residents Must Buy Their; Own Fogging Material; on the Jensen Beach Causeway Stay I.I H.irmun, acting district! engi
is apparently underway on A completely: ;;: new feature t 11 n neer. In which he Mated that two
projects which might, be aided federally Stuart will be a patriotic and his request that the Stale Road u new one al the siune locution proposals still open:
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in the "war on poverty" I toncal nuisicul revue directed! by Department consider a new bridge last week Clarence U. ))Jvlll. ((1)) ( county I 'contribute
Ambler said that he would conIfer several. volunteers' the i repl.lcinthe/ present rickety Palm son, district engineer for the slat. in cash 78,1 1 per cent of the con-
with city authorities as to a'' Free 'Skeeter' Spray Ban youth of the community 1.Ight, and City Bruise will 1 bo included in .a called (the bridge, in had snap trait price un amount now
city program using such labor entertaining miuilvr including a I letter to the SKI I) from the\ Martin structurally It i III hcllevctl She estimated ut $2,500.000. to he paidIn
I fiftieth anmvcrmiiy skit, are now I County Commission. SKI thinks n would cost more u lump/ sum prior to Mart of
tr being rehearsed with MrsAnita The commission will also ask in Ihe long run to lenovato th e construction and contribute
DO TIIF. : COURTESY OFINQUIRIES Derek and! Mrs Katherine Foster : for the stale's "thinking on the: old hi Iliac than to build new onViHxl :. in cash JHOO.OOO( ()() as the local shareof \
ANSWERING Is Ordered the us co-chairmen. the entertainment I matter of a bridge and location, and \ told .the commission! thlll cost of future maintenance" on
A St Petersburg subscriber by County will begin at 7 1",111. at Stuart! Youth will' suggest that I t the present bridge i twenty-three l1Cr'll'n111el Monday the big i project
complains that the answered two Center and will he followed by be kept intact, as an, I access for residents nighl at Pains C'ily. nvcliuling oust\ ((2)) I hut the county 'contribute
rental ads in The Stuart News waterhotne fireworks on till St. ( of 1'iilni C ily, should a new of Ihe prominent local: realtor, In nish 42,7 per cent an estimated
if Lucie River oil the Youth ('enterPark. location bo approved and considered three propmals' $10000"( () on an alternate
but received rent no place replieEven quickly i afterrunning Residents who have been getting He "stated residents come for equipment, has to stop his work: The agreement to write (the SRI) ((1)) To construct H new bridge minor protect: for a channel; with
you a jour classified, It would I be free spray from the countyin spray at all hours of the day with fill the containers thereby hi>tto the parade will move at 10 came after Lira: Wood! of Palm at the present location and extend' slt-f of depth! from t h e Crow"
their control everything from pop bottles to tin valuable time. mounted the access road from Palmetto roads la the mitt ThQ channel aU
thoughtful and courteous to answer own mosquito pro li fld a m led by a striking City appeared before the commission
all inquiries received. grams will now have to look elsewhere cans, and that t the one mechanicwho Bell also presented a rcporContinued color guard of U. S, Marines. 'Ihe I and asked for a resolution to Avenue in a long sweep south o( ready has rtn-foot depth In soma
'' for their must constantly work on the ( / \ on Page 2-A) usual Stuart parade route from keep the present bridge or build Palm City Unientary I: SchoolSlulo to plitc. bine.M1MUlih.
tl .. supply
Memorial Park area will be followed. .- Road 714. thereby clumnIng \ i the Lngincer::: Corps
Ef1+ir: WAY Jtt KNOW The Martin County Commission Iniphwa are being displayed --r------- undesirable! reverse curtf quickly twind' $300,000()( In emer. I
If TO !SUBSCRIBE voted Tuesday to cease until further Critical of Access Provisions by the donors at First Mori ( ) To approve a new bridg4 .lit. IjcrMV fim.y to close the narrow
III, .Riviera notice the issuance of spray F .--... gaga Corporation t first National Validation Set III:2: fist end of twelfth I ilrcel "Peck: k Luke Inlet on grounds that
George Mayer with to the public, but not before (Dank, First/ federal Savings and ((1)) (oniinue' t Fourth Street, l (West it was' slllmgWn the Intracoastal\
Beach Pratt ,&4n Whitney aerospace, who engineer III formerly lengthy discussion i pro cnidc ; Board Tables Request forMiller's Ixwn; Bank of Stuart t and the Stuart On City Bonds Ocean Boulevard) In Stuart with abridge Waterway the review board found
County i 11 Chamber of Commerce. final und the' 'lillle' evidence" that the annual
his friendof
from Auburndalc, visited the Miller began the discussion! by hay line-up instructions will be mailed! SI I iicic Iru'1ow1r0'iof.:: ; 5,100)() () cubic yards of shoaling in
many years After, Joe Crowder Crowder finished ing he understood the county ill Subdivision PlatApproval (to entrants on June 29 Lnlries: For Road WorkThe On the vole of .the group sevcnleen the waterway went or the much
other day. beautiful no longer giving away spray He will \bo accepted up to noon of veiled for the first proposal, larger' and wide !Si. Luolo Inlet
showing bun our waterways said people had come to expect i it Wood II caused by It.
reportedi
and homes along the riv- the hall of preliminary plan n I and the St I Lucie County 1.me. July 1Officml. validation hearing In connection ..L .
over past eight years and I oiiniy I ominission! i nairmuI + Study shows that most, of the
vers Mayer wrote out a check and equipped their lawn mowers with for a new subdivision in the Palm the Planning and Zoning Commission ceremonies marking with the City: of Sluurt's rank I Wacha thanked Woods for shoaling/ canes front sources other
said: "1 like. Stuart. I want to know fogging devices. He suggested the I City area was tabled by the Mar I approved the pluns earlier Stuurt's fiftieth anniversary and wiimmediately application for a $180,000 revenue his and the grouts interest H. than St. Lucia Jnkt" the revieweport
more about it. Take this by The county continue to give free spray tin County Board Tuesday! In the discussion of the plans follow in attendance the parade! willie certificate I Issue for street! i i 1111- said Ihnt in the first analysis, the blandly declared.
Stuart News and enter a subacriplion Chairman Frank Wachu hen everyone movement will be heard by JudgeL"
pointedout The
Mark Witham who is director state will have Ihe final nay on the report has been held t in
for me." I The commission tabled the mat that the subdivision treated to Ice cold watermelon Pfeiffer Troll bridge! In Circuit
of the mosquito control one access to the boyance, Harman
county's bridge, since probablywould Major wrote,
ter until it can be determined it is lana in the parkKindred. C'ourt on Friday! July 1 at 1:30 1 : money: :
program, told the commission be over a ungte- bridge come/ exclusively from, state tending a decision Ky the county.
there is ample right-of-way for which would be '-'-_ p.m City Attorney T. T. Ought-/
STUART AREA: AND believed it would be better to give "unacceptable ? funds UII asked such a decision! by
PARK IS 'PLUGGED'fOR it away than for residents not to public access to the subdivision. for a heavy flow of traffic and TMin' told City Commission Monday Ho said! it was his opinion the July 8'
VACATIONING have it at all, since use by individual The new subdivision is owned! that the status of right-of-way for Elected evening I ,SRI would base\ lU decision on The county, according! to memo
residents. helped the over- by Commissioner Edward Miller. an access through properly own City Manager Joe Crowdcr add the rale of normal traffic flow (Continued on Page 2-A)
Stuart is played up prominentlyin all county program.He It is located off Old I Murphy ed by IXane Stokes has not been ed (hat if the Issue l Is approved the elimination of future conges
a feature article "Explore Flor- suggested the commission Road, and is bounded! by Canal satisfactorily determined Vice President of ho contract for the construction lion, and the elimination of Iwo

idaland for Vacation Fun" In the could consider! !selling the spray "1 he developer is asking the of twenty new streets willI\ e reverse curves. He said he heliuved Study Gates
edition of Sunshine Service awarded! to Dickerson, Inc., I in at
June
at a mode price, perhaps at the county to accept the road into the National Grocers any suggested route made to''
News, Florida Power & Lighthouse I t cost to the county He estimatedthe Now in Hospital subdivision If the county acceptsit he amount/ of $114.58550(J, and the SKD I I by the Pulin City relj.denh .
organ: "The town of Stuart cost at 35 cents a gallon at ', it should 'he up to all standards," work on the new streets should should be accompanied/ bya West Entrance of
is highly popular for its abundanceof compared to 75 cents when purchased Wucha said: lie, asked C'ounly Henry C Kindred of Kindred's begin shortly after the July 4 firm right-of-way committment
sailtish The House of Refuge at a private store. After AccidentOn Engineer Fred /Bell to check into Supermarket in Stuart was elect weekend -.--
Museum perpetuates the seafaringlore WithanalO explained that, if the matter and report ut the next ed first vice president of the National St. Lucie Canal
of the locality. In a small the public can use the spray, his meeting of the commission Association of Retail Grocers AUllnRIl.IIoo.C! ; : ; New Welcome SignAppnned
boat you can leave Stuart and go employes would have MotorcycleJohn at Miami! Beach Wednesday
I more time oi roum LI'sEAuthorisation : Board The Army Corp of Ingmcen
Coast by
the West t
to Fort Myers on I
to work in swamp and woods N A KG US i is the world' largestr has informed the Marlin Countyuinmission
Canal for the Stale Road
by Lake way Okeechobee of the Cross and Statd the Caloo-, I He said! this was desirable becauseof dinser, sixty-nine) n in Pay $$8,067 to t ad. association, representing Department to spend $701 I from A new Welcome; to MartinCounty" (' that it still hat understudy
the low mosquito control Good Samaritan the retail stores, doing
county Hospital 109,000
sahutchee River A few miles south as grocery Martin County; secondary road sign has been approvedby the canmussions" request to
budget of S2X)0( ( ) as compared result ,of accident! S24,800IKIJO()( ) ) / tales
i a motorcycle annually establish flood at the .
Martin gales
of Stuart on U. S. 1 Is the Jonathan -. funds to move a Florida Power (the: County Commission conluenc
Dickinson State Park. Camping to $I 80.000 in St Lucie Monday afternoon Contractor for more than 43 per cent of and light Company electric power 1 he sign will he constructed of the St, ucie Canal and!
I. County retail food sales in the U S.
and picnic areas are nestledin According! to Stuart police Kin.sees otal line off right-of-way to be used and maintained ut $440) per yea Lake Okeechobee
forested sand dunes. Cruising County Commission Chairman. cycle ran off the edge of Old New City RoadThe Some 10,000)( food retailer mem- for the new Indiantown Bridge by the city Sign Service und will Edward Mupp, South Fork rex
along the Loxahatchee River that Frank Wacha said County Engineer Dixie Highway an he was travel. hers of the orgam/ation are meet was given by the Martin County be located on U S. I near the dent! initiated the request point-
flows through the park engulfs you Fred Bell ordered the discontinuance ng east about 415pm:I Kinscr hog at Convention Hall. Miami .ommiwiion Tuesday north county line log out that higher levees around!

in a world of lush tropical liCenery. of the free spray and was thrown from the cycle sustaining City Commission. Monday Beach, Sunday! through Thursday. -- _- - the giant lake and Impoundmentof
." asked Bell to justify his action. a compound fracture of the night authorized the payment Twenty-five employes of the more water there could create
tf Bell declared that on examination right leg and a cut over the right $1067 to Dicketsott: Inc. for tti:: local store visited the convention $7.000( Granted on I'rIN1N o ied a hurricane hazard, If there Is no
of the program he had found construction of Wright Road, between Sunday FII storm gate at the west end of tho
ANY:' ORGANVTION: CAN the fogging equipment used by the eye.After at U. S. 1 and Slate Road 707at -- ------ - anal.

AID IN BEAUTIHCATIONAny : / county ,almost worn out and personnel Martin Memorial hospital, he was the north city boundary now Present plans do not call for any
organization or group can limited: along with the transferred to West Palm Beach. completed Songfest Is Set New Playground ApprovedFor gate hut for extension of the level .

put on drives! to raise funds for budget The assessment. for the work For Causeway on along both banks. of tho canal
beautificaiion. The prime reason was borne 100( per cent by owners Little Dixie Sector for some four miles eastward from
that the Garden Club of Stuartis Four Attending City Meets forEqualization of property abutting on the roadOUMY !. Monday, July 6 I Port Mayaca. which would have
the effect of creating a funnel.
used as a channel for such contributions -
is that it has secured U. of Florida's to Cicthsemane! Church of Christ t The Public Housing Adinimv Hies at Atlanta 6*., last week
Start 6 ( : / I ABOIISIIIV" ; (Christian Church) will hold a ration t has granted permission fur The/ five-acre playground ads,
clearance July I I
federal income tax as a HRI-MFN: 'BU ROYS'RINPNG
Yearbook IIOHK; SOUND! DISIKICT
tax-deductible I Thus, donors Section songfest on Jensen Beach Causeway .. Stuart Housing, Authority lo spendup = m the vicinity of the Lade Dixie FUNDS HKHIIKIII
wishing to group have beautificationgifts : The City Commission will sit The Martin County Planning from 4pm. until. dark! onMonday to 7,000)/)( on a playground! for Civic ('enter. granted to SHA by HRDYVORK.S:
unchallenged an to'the de- Charlotte\ Walsh, Diane Voss! as an equalization board on Monday and Zoning Commission! has reaffirmed July 6, Food and rereshmenls lublic use In Little Dixie the City of Stuart, will be improved
ductible tax angle can do so Shirley Irons, and Sharon West t, July 6 at 2 p.m., for the purpose a previous decision to will be served at 5 p.m. SHA Mecutive Secretary Arthur by the addition of playground Members of Stuart Volunteer
through the Garden Club without of Martin County Senior High f of reviewing i the city tax abolish Hone Sound District. 2 "All churches and their singers P Krieger,/ cnhti eEh':2': equipment, volleyball and! basket Fire Department will be "bag boy,"
School, are attending the yearbook rolls and hearing any objections and change zoning to allow liquor are welcome.; according to or: SHA, engineer > ball courts and the lake at I Kindred's Supermarket on I n.
(Continued on Page 2-A) section of the sixth annual High to them. i sales in the south part of the Mrs. Anna Escott secretary Theyare der, city manager, 'brought I h e Work on /leveling the ground day and Saturday, June 26 and
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School Journalism Institute on The tax rolls may be Inspectedat county near Jonathan Dickinson asked! to bring their own instruments good news back with them after I Is expected to start this week 27, receiving a percentage of thIS
the University of Florida campus City Hall at any time prior to State Park. j I and food. a i trip to confer with PHA author-" Krieger said Wednesday ore's profits for two days to help
Tale Twisting at Gainesville The institute, conducted the meeting. pay for the July Fourth fireworks
by the Florida Institute I II -- .! splay.
I I for Continuing University Studies I ; ( _._
ByJVCKJtMES Need Three New Wells, Extra IjIMlMI-Gallons{ Storage -- ---- -
Cow BOY and the University of Flvrida'sSchool Three Air CadetsAt
run rLll\U: I Last Wetk'f W..lh.r

My mother has always asked us Sunday of June Journalism 21 and! extends opened Tyndall Base : ; : _.... u" hub, .row &. .

kids to be. loyal Democrats, butI through June 26 when the news- : i Water Plant Expansion i Is Announced )Jons.. H 17 .. II II re fa ,.nnluu. rsis
this year her paper section will begin. Kenneth Bartlett, Richard Sipoa .la .. a. U tin..,
advice it "be and! Gordon Poux of the local J".. ea. ... II U t
Ian. 11 tia ra .a
loyal to the Civil Air Patrol are participating I'',. an III itt,
good of our ASK RAIIROVD It in a summer encampment at Tyn- City Manager Joe Crowder told Lauderdale had expired without to bring the total' yield of ten Jaded in tho contract for completing to,. Y/ 1a u u.A .
CLLCP PROPERTY 'the work done the well to 2,11X1,000()( () gallons the water treatment plant. ..r... _lUiiv ft.f *..k ...1
country" if we "all) Air Force Base< near Panama City Commission Monday evening any being on plant, up
) still have a Complaints concerning the untidy City that he expected action on Crowdcr said!, but this had been day the quantity required adequately When the J.tt and the new Ttniaii.51') .
chance left. P.s. appearance of the area surrounding The host unit for the cadet encampment the completion of the water treatment !I ctpectcdi The majority of the time to service the City, Sew. *clls are i, the city manager tvuo'r WIt.t'Ctst! : .rf JZP Law A.x(.Water P.M.Lm. .

A church man the FEC Railway tracks is the 4756th Air Oe- plant to start in the near fu- I wa* needed to get the necessary alls Point, Hutchinson Island and concluded, it might be well to to .... can x re ,,"I 504Inn.
may tell cigarettes through the city led City Commission ense Wing an Air Defense Command I II equipment. Crowder added, but Port Sewall. The new wells will consider the construction of a "a iAa alai r I .: nJun.
beer and Monday to instruct the city unit responsible for the I ture.About half of the 150 days work' should start soon. be designed to produce 200 gallons reservoir for storage of a further .. .[.r 7 ,. .aa't'al '.'.:,"AI I a.1 itit "b
wine to our youth but a Christian manager to write the railroad tsk training of air crew tained in the $46,000) : Crowder gave ,his opinion that a minute each. Separate bids! will |I.OIJOtJ4JO( ) gallons. r.,... b._11. UtII1I a n a '
wont sell h at all (See you in log them to have the property :-10I Voodoos and F!iol'kC::: 'awarded to Water COD-I I another three well would needto be needed for the new wells Crow- This, said Crowder, should take Ir.a.ui... '. ,. T "A"
Church Sunday.) cleaned. Dart Interceptor Equipment Corporation of P be added to the city wellfield der intimated, a* they are not ina.a care of the near future. P'. .44 tar k.., Kid I,til tot, i



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.\ tifF STL ART (Tla) NEWS Thursday. June 25, 1964 MORE ABOUTEngineers r' I r -.....-\ ''Nightly Bid at

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.' !< '."9A'e, i: 1 1tt Florida Tin Florida World Fair Author
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'gt ;...t"W Impossible Plan L" "'. "1/1/by has deCHleil 1 to add! !sever I now
major attractions at theI'k t'i iavilion \

+ ('' c All Over AgainContinued '. I ";'. f f'I .
I: W. L. Stensgroird executive ?\IC
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''''ASfarXIOT :.- ---- : president of the pavilion s.11.1, i the
( from Page I I.AI) .OO.eal porpowe' stadium 1. ?intif

:'" -.'" .- -.- ..- (, the popular daytime shop h\
., her of the board interviewed after will heaver
'litr 1 rained porpoises a
the meeting, M faced with a ; I movie theatre at nk hl
neatly engineered dilemma, I Visitors will be shown film, < ,In
j The major improvement which olor: and sound on Flori I,, 4
II I greatly desires, is i beyond! its lin.inciul '" ,0/., tractions web as jai aiai auio ra,.
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capacity II is till paring' t, tng and big game fishvng Admv.
on 9 debt.. ninny times refimdc,I Iin I ion charge will be II i quarter
.a an unsuccessful. attempt 1 U dif II Other new features r the Flor
i the inlet hack in the late 'J I went c", I da pavilion will he an Everglade
If it accepts the minor protect, "k, .1rm :scene. Seminole Indians alhllJitor
thus action automatically cancel wrestling. water skiing on Meadow
out all of the survey work on the I Lake, miniature bout ranting ,Ino
l big project, killing it so thai it I inimal and bird shows
would havo to be revived all uvet' -----
'.r' '''' again if circumstances change and I It is estimated it u poihl 10<
"" .." .... there is more public land. aocii'I I grind eyeglasses to I II 1.13.2,544 ,u'crcnt .
able south of the inlet I he state combinations curvature:
HG1NF CRIMM: trl-county district committeeman for the Rov Scouts or America. pre'ICntthe i is attempting to secure a seashore I'I'i .sing modern technique,
charter renewal of Troop 400) to Cliarles Fitzcn commander of the American 1 Legion ,md Robert Peck park there Assessment or erosion 'I f .+ f 'I
x ml leader Die Harold Johns Post No. 62 of the American legion sponsors thr troop. Hie prcscn- benefits against privately owned 4 ,

1"lIon was made at the insulation ceremonies recently. Reaches plans aa totalProbability local. cot balloonedthe I' : : Charlie and Dotttes

it that the county '
will ask :that: both projects, each t ORIGINALRESTAURANT
Farm Lands Values Rise in tentative form be hiid in abeyance
on
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in cold
-p u t storage --
I while it seeks complete! federal
support for the channel leading i I

In Florida, State Chamber Says Toot from wide the Intracoastal cut made through to the 200-i the 2nd. and Akron

reef some yean ago as a 100 percent
federal of vear' While most people were hoping for air-con- 287-1615
tune
project. WHO NEFDS A BONFIRE, especially this
The market value of farm landsm farm lands are based on index in July and to 161 in November for approaches to
Florida moved up 10 per cent I numbers with the 1957.59/ average I "I I his November 1961, index The improvement and mainte ililiomng, Dickerson Inc. built a bonfire when they began clearing rightolf.way Indiantown. This
during lust year. compared with u representing 100 placed Florida way ahead of any nance of this channel as a federal the million dollar high level I bridge to be constructed over the St Lucie Canal at "Food That h
I national increase of 6 per cent the II "In November 1962 Florida other slate in the nation The national channel leading to a federal cut. area is near the entrance to Indiantown Park Subdivision
and linked in with the Intracoastaland I Imitated But NeverDuplicated"
Honda State Chamber of Com farm land value index stood at average was 128 on thut

coerce reported I 147, By March of I9A1/ the index date ; the Okeechohee Waterwaysboth _"" ...._..__... w '___.._
The gains in per acre value of' had moved up to 1 152; to 1 158 types of land within farms federally supervised navigable Paul Mains Was Pleased
ar1; : waters-would place the
I In the values, whether
future large-scale I inlet RIO NEWS The Following Specials will be
idle No
bearing crops or lying federal
ment i m better light for served every night': of week
urban land included but t the every
ft ililliJii MATINEES
.u is funds from the improvement to Writer C. B. IIEASLEY from 5 to 9
114 growth of city and suburban areas : Jacksonville MRS. pm. p.m.
ill D'1111" FRIDAY, SATURIHY AND affects the value of farm land indirectly navigation angle it was pointed Correspondent'
out
SUNDAY 1:15 by strengthening total demand We do not nay we will feed

Thursday Friday and Saturday; commented true. This in Florida situation," the is trade particularly body MORE ABOUT I Tells' About Angling I II I AT 70881Winners "u...... you price.and We your WILL friend give you for fine one

quality food, ample portion,
---. -- Free Spray BanIs Listed properly cooked and sped
DWARRNlitfH63MlBHtlEStlPIBESTMM I I An example of the sort of "pub. catch equalled anything we ever
MORE ABOUT licity mileage" which was generated saw anywhere for snook fishing and reasonably priced.
County Order at a meeting of fishing writers It should he said that any angler At Card PartyRio
RamblingContinued I recently I at Port St. Lucic Conn. : would he thrilled to get four snook I
try Club is this comment by Paul averaging five to eight pounds any- I MONDAYS:
Continued from 1 I-A Tuesday
( Page ) card
Club -
Civic : party
I Mains, the "Old Kingfish, who is
a..eaaa..d.wwr ( from Page 1-A) from a state agency showing that I "finsFurs and Feathers" columnist I time.Bob Wallace and Max Huhn June 16 attracted seven tables I ROUT PORK AND

.....,...-...'II'JIIII"WII!' '! fogging in daytime virtually useless for the Florida Times Union fished together in one boat and of players DRESSING
because of evaporation and Jacksonville (The "Gun hy" to they bagged eight snook with four Mrs Arnold Ruetsch won the I Sweet Potatoes; (1QC

que\tion. But that does not mean that liquid spray is not very ef ; whom be refers is Mrs, Mains): of them running from five to door 'prize. Table prize winners Apple Sauce .......... ?|OJ
that any other individuals or fectual. He sOlid fogging should be eight pounds but the other four were Mrs, Marie i McNish, Mrs
groups cannot have the same on-- done after 9:30: p.m. to he effec- By PAUL JIIiSThe : were out of this world. The four Mae Fikon, Miss Alice Paul,
Icctive.NO live and that very few people annual meeting of the 'largest weighed exactly eighteen Miss I Edna Holzhauer Mrs TUESDAYS
:Tr would mow their yards after 9 Florida Outdoor Writers Association nineteen twenty and twenty-one Ruetsch Mrs Lee Stockell and :
pounds respectively, and you can Mrs Rose Pearson
T 'STANIFV BUT pmWitham took exception to the held at Port St Lucie was put that in anybody book as a The hostess was Mrs Charles CIIICKFN.. FRICASSEE: ,
WAL1FR KlltllINOII : report, saying it had many incon- a great success in every detail, One record. One other nineteen-pound Zajic who was assisted by Mrs Buttered Noodles, $185VBDNEsoifrs<
) ANMVrRSRYWalter : sistcncieshen asked how many of the largest turnouts years join I snook was brought in At the ban. Ernest Jenkins Mrs. John Roman Poluiake ... .. .
KitchIng and Mrs Kitch- residents of Martin County get cd tor the fun and business quet Saturday night Ernie Lyons, and Mrs Fred Schlimm.
;q ty CrIn0IW01rsN.lanECHNICOIOR' ing of Sebusti celebrated their i the spray Wilhnm replied only a Gunshy and I arrived too late editor of The Stuart News, told The next card party will be on
filtieth anniversary on 'June :20! small percentage! ,,, "."" for the fishing contest which always us he weighed a snook that morning Tuesday, June 30 at I p m. : ,
A picture which we ran last week Chairman Wacha then asked if begins early (daybreak) on at Stuart that weighed thirty r
? !incorrcetly! gave his first name as the commission would like to havea Saturday during the meetings. four pounds. and three trout that PERSONALS POFTFD WESTFRNSrF.VK. : ,
Stanley, lit Is the son of Pen- work session this should not totalled pounds in a
on mosquito control And was one we twenty-seven Mr and Mrs T. Crutch- .
TECHHIRAMA' Ray
s-hr..r. Kitching, an early Jensen local tournament $195TIIURSDA
nington have missed
fishing
Icy of Akron. Ohio were recent Pan Gravy .... .
Beach area resident, and related Commissioner Jack Williamson Headquarters for the meeting One reason for the presence of
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knuff
to Stuart pioneer families, said he believed "if people want it. was the Port St Lucie Country so many snook at Snook Point was guests
of Bernard Avenue Before return-
Sunday and RlondayrtrtAArtOir TfirRrAPPORTIONMFNT they will buy it" He said he did ,Club Adjoining the Country Club that the river was full of eels and to Ohio they plan on
not think the county should compete Is the boat and fishing dock facili there were millions of mullet ing visitingother YS:
( Air neAAtirrtAA46] wtih private enterprise! In sale ties situated on. the shore of the jumping everywhere. In the midst parts of Florida
Will B*: SUIUICT:
THEsTeo of mosquito spray North Fork of the St Lucie River of those mullet were plenty of tarpon Mrs. Betty Larson of Periwinkle ROAST TOM TURKEY,
"We Of TALK BY OWENS Wacha asked again if the commission I an excellent water for snook One boat hooked and released '- Cottages m a medical patient at Dressing and $ 85
NEST Martin County RepresentativeWilliam would 1 like time to study i and tarpon. a tarpon of forty to fifty pounds the Martin Memorial Hospital CranberriesFRIDAYS I ............ 1
suA MAN E. (Bill, ) Owens will speak the report and have a work sev ac'o hundred :11'w straight i with spinning gear. You should She i is in Room 320, on the third
eo't A4WAYS "1'our oo the effects of re-apportionment non. sO from the /: we have been there If you've never floor, and expects to be there
b1 CBT oandldahente .on Martin County and the state Williamson replied that due to oldtimcrs always referred to as caught a snook you should makeit for several weeks.
ea on "The Jaycee Spotlight on radio the state report by qualified persons Snook Point. That where the a point to do so because as a :
N iTHE'Eraain I station WSTU Tuesday, June I and on the recommendationof FOWA gang fished Saturday morning jumping game fish he is well aheadof Twins Celebrate CRISP FRIED WHOLE
u IkINITE InadroaA W, at 7 p.m. He will also answer Bell he would appreciate a and they really hit the jackpot. our most; famous black bass
HOUSR' fo
the Legihlature i the spray .The motion carried_ the anglers began coming in with FORT PIFRCF MVN TO "ALL YOU CAN EAT"
their hauls, all taken with light JOHNSON! Gary and! Larry twin sons of
A0t4 spinning gear We know several LUNCHllll Mr. and Mrs Eugene Morrissette' Grits or Potatoes, $.p15SATURDAYS I
ate't n 4 BOX OFFICE OPENS Jacksonville anglers who would Sheffield Abacus. prominent Fort North River Shores celebrated Ibish Puppies ......
tatuttatuAr.us., +ssattaaat have (suffered the shakes if they Pierce tomato grower, will be a their second birthday Thursday,
.
mess r. tat aou'1 mart r .l 700SHOWTIME: Could have seen what we saw. guest of President Lyndon Johnson June 18.
1ti1 a About forty snook were registered at a White House luncheon Ice cream cake and punch were
745: for the contest (legal bag is honoring the prime minister of served to Mrs Howard Sheen and :
four per person per day) and one Greece on Thursday June 25 grandson, Cone Donna and David "STEAK NITE"
Freddie and
Talley Eddie Hug-
Friday, Saturday and Sunday gins, Debbie and Cathy Schwarz, SMALL

ffi tt I! Msairaa 3 GREAT THRILLERS -. THURSIUY, JUNE 25lh Mrs Llda Tucker Mrs Noah I T-BONE ..... .. $175
inn ........
Ludlum Sr? Mrs Noah Ludlum :

DC HAD THE iIIII III( (Id EARLY LATF SHOW Jr, .Mrs Ronnie Douglas Tallcy I ,rbKir'lri: ::andMrs. : i CLUB STEAK ......". M.75

Tuesday and Wednesday POWER 9:JO P.M.ALLSEVTSSIOO.
Schwarz. Mrs Rose Leighton, SIRLOIN STEAK .>_ $3JS
TO SEE Johnnie and Donnie Talley, Shor-
M b Inherent In the human mind, THROUGHCLOTHES. ,; THEATRE en and Douglas Kirby Jr., Peggy I
.. and Wes Schwarz and Ronnie Tal-
TIlE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE
fthateier Innocence nay cloak ft... FLESH.. ley Jr.The. POTATOES TOSSED
*WALLS!
i DR.BRUNPELL SALAD GARLIC BREAD
,
PAGE first medical school I in
aYNNU 0 America was established in Phil COFFEE OR TEA.

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Yachts and Guests at LLL: : ): I !III..)..MtHI..# ...#lllorWu......) :NMss...##n__'Iliiirsilm....'..:..June..#!.,..196'i..:*:%.


Langford Marina and Villas m i Sheriff Grabs Rifleman in


Jacksonville and Fort Lauderdale White, Clermont, Roy Patten, Palm City Arrest
Dangerous
were well represented thii i West Palm Beach: Mr and Mrs. 1 ,? : Iy j
past week it Lan ord Mann Out I I Law H. Berstein. LaixJerdttle-by I
of twenty yachts from Florida, the-Sea; Mr. and Mr. William H. A Palm ('its. man was arrested I Raker rnWx>d him: 'in a bear hug
ten were from then cities and four Williams, Ormond Beach: Rev I on an aggravated nuiiilt charge and culled tkstwttiws.Tucker .
yachts came from out of mate I Robert! F Reunion Fort Lauderdale .ow. Sunday afternoon after he held I WM lodged.. In the eounI -
Yacht and owners from Jack"onville Rev Thomas Gross. Day d +; Ilu'l./ .
sg officer, friends. and fnmlK
.. counts I
f 1 ra t N11
were Seascape' ; George lona Beach; Rev. Neal Sager. Day { +aM"t3* t( a .
1. Harm and tone Beach Mr. and M, y b9'' b Cj at hay with a rifle for nearly
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..family: horn WIlliam : B I Ineoncl it i heat resiling, nonmagnetic
Eisner, Misty." R. S. Scott: II Hamner Miller and son, Bill Tampa *= e ; a an hour antsy of nickel l. chromium -
"C.Bar:' Mr. and Mrs. George B : Mr and Mrs L. Kernel, Or- y i i'r Arrested I finally by Sheriff Roy and Iron.
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Stalling' and "Mariner:' Mr. and mond Beach: Dr and Mrs. Fen i 4 d I C. Hiker was Ray Tucker: forty .. ', ,
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Mrs B. E Lamb Jr a>ornl. Fort Lauderdale; Mr and five, after hi threatened to kill I" 9
Those from Fort Lauderdale Mr*. George E. ('hittendenVinter Sheriff Baker two deputies, James ( OF TIIVNKS
were Melha Sue," H. G Bech- Park: Mr. and Mr. Walter Wilcox I IMt and Itek, (tirry: his wife: I My sincere thank And
lei: Francis" Captain Jim Hall; Fort Lauderdale; F. Jehh. '" r" ........ and (' \\' ( Ins'tor citthly! .five, for all card,appreciation fl"wInI -
B-ihama Hal," Walter L Wilcoxand Jupiter; Mr. and Mr. Jerry Brook- I whom I locker and hi" wife cored ers words lif your sympathy in the
':Janice: II." Mr. and MM L shire Miami; Captain and Mrs I f 1M M i\,'h. npi!! for (fossil, housing pnsslng nf mv brother, George
M Browning Jr. T E Gossard, Fort laudcdale: lad I sin"' atones
1 hori
Other from Florida included Mr*. Helen Palmer Fort Laud- \\ I II 11, e IIh"lIlf i Biker arrived I
lascar VII" William C Gould, erdulc: Mr. and Mr*. Ray Finn. I uckei is.", 'locked invade t h ehouse "Sincerely
Mt Dora: "Cloud 8;' Mr. and Fort Lauderdale: Major and Mr i 11111 i I I" l told Hike he wwedulk 1 "Mrs' "M" P Nelson

Mr. Cltarle*, H Foster' Tampa; R. D Everett, Patrick A.F.B. ,in 111''" ,I hiII .11I1I' Io the ,1'Ie'I,I
"I Indv Jane Mr, and Mrs F: I Justin Havee, Miami: Ret Ba'* /inirni, "I .."I i cHnphsdt11t I ,
B. s Muggins, Orlando; Tang, i k i "rl I 1,1. I us, I 1I.ll.t'r that EVER
W. L. Marlenhoff Homestead; Mr. and TIME A FOREST
Gorton, Tequesia Thoma ,
: Mr I ti.k"I i and I ( I"\ orh II III:1I1' )
Marie R, S Donaldson, Holly Mr*. Nixon Smiley Miami: Mrs. ik v u hun 1 1 and i I that: FIRE STRIKE
wood; Bar-bet" F, A Frederick i Z. W Butt, Jacksonville' ; Mr. he '.untut: ;I :::i:: reuirn:: 1 01"1 .Drr ,

Delray Beach; "Harpoon" Mr. Harriet Cunningham Fort Laud. I mi I w Iiei imiu u '..1 I Hiker into i YOU
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and Mr. L B. Harp Satellite erdile: : Mr*. Peggy Taylor Palm ilu ho"'" ohde,I, hi made 1 :a tele I II ,
Beach: "The Frog," Mr. and Mr. Reach ,
I" 9 tt} I phone "II When h 'cl 1 ihe gun
Joe Edwards, Jupiter; Susan." RScnecal Villa guest; from other Male w t'.ft o" b' A I Im, the, I 11".1, to ,hit I, the' i'lcl'h"l1e. I GET BURNEDSEYMOUR'S
Satellite Beach; "Lady were David L. Perrol, Au Gres. ; ; ; i. .. .
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Seymour Burton F. Swam. Pompano Mich.;, Dr and Mr*. W. A My. I > "
; Owens Gem' Mr, and ers, ( hurle lon, S. C: Dr John A GOOD PLACE '
TO STAY
;; our 01- GRIND IURY DHLARH Ol R J\M!
Mrs. William J. Dawson. Pompano I W. Parlcr, Uitcshirg S. C.; Mr I ..- 1NIIQUIIID'Y .. INN
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Yachts and owners from out of 'and Mrs M D. Buck, Youngstown I.
stale included Beasc:' D. K. Ohio; Mr. and Mr. Gene Confessed Murder of Lucy Ann 'll'ethtnfton!: The Howe Good rood & Mired Drinks
of /
Samson Jr. Crown Point Ind.: Hilcwicz, Detroit, Mich; Mr, and j 1
September Song:' Dr. and Mrs. Mr; *. Jerome S. JcrzyAowski, Utica, I *
William M. lie, St Thomas, V. Mich: Mr. and Mr, William H. (mkliiil I lounge and I'Ml'kUltfllIrt! Open \\\eikrfa II) am 'Ill
I I.; "MisNV. A. Ferrl\On. Atlinla King St Alhans, W Va.; Mr. and Ask New Trial for Convicted Slayer I SimiliI p.m. 'lil
Ga, Peggy T: Jack S. Mrs. Locsch, Erie Pa DININf; ROOM I ('I( tl4in FOR Till SUMMFR
Tyler. Florence:. S. C. *

According to Perry Kirk manager A television recorder, which records A motion has been filed in Mar. filed the motion Judge C Pfeiffer The attorney also said (the lad'I''; : In .the iirsi mil I he was ,life nil. 3 NKt: OR<'llrSIRSArURIHY NIGHTS

villa, there were fifty-three new program/ at a particular I tin Circuit Court requesting a new Trow bridge has set a hearingon erred when he told the jurn,h Ii I ed t-n Negro\ attorneys) W M Ilol 2 BKNkS "NOR"' I II JENSEN BFACII CAUSEWAY

the majority guest during from this Florida.period Those with played time and at the stores viewers it on convenience tape to he, trial for Eddie William. twenty- 29 the motion lor 1.10: ( p.m.. June parole would he considered it Ih, hind I and I < Smith &I ,., ... ... _. ...L .,..1

from Florida included Maury W has been devised! !. ..*.* four-ear-old Negro of Hobe In asking for a new trial, the youth were given II i life scnu?' ------- -- -- -- -- --- .

t -- I Sound, the convicted slayer 0 f nturnc said thai \\illnim did or if the: Jury requested mere i

Lucy Ann Wethmgton two years not have counsel when he made I Judge/ Trow bridge: pronoun COMPLETE: FAMILY
FRANCES LANGfCRD'SJFJVSFN (; () I his confession They cited U. the death sentence' on Aug I I" I DINNER
agTwo Slarke attorney, TheronA. I Supreme Court rulings on this S'I 1962 .
i Yawn Jr and Eugene F. Shaw'. sue. \\illiinm wa* apprehended h /
Y ------------ -..-... -....------ police after the body of the VOUID Every Sunday
while '\Ccrel.lry. .II"'he Sound en I r S b I '
respondent( for The Stuart New nlmn: OPPrime -
OV Heads
Mrs. Julius Demske I
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RESTAURANT was found" ui wrest t room of ih I Roast Heel
office where she worked nt llibi I
BFACII, ON TIlE INDIAN RIVER AT East Coast Deanery Group Sound. Williams ins found in lh, I Roast Chicken
\NGIORD JLRIS.ASO ltL\S woods near (he building u shoe, I flaked I lamAppctier
time after the discovery of i h ,
At a recent :informal get-together I Itual development. Mrs H P. Cart crime ..SaIad"lcsscrt 1

I DINNERS ONLY at I'hil Footer Park on Snget right. St. Julianas, West Palm ----- ----- .- .. '
OPEN Island in Riviera Beach M r i Beach: south. Mrs. Matchie 7mi- \w $1.95
: AT 5 PM. fOR COCKTAILSa Julius Dem ke. president of the stow ski. Sacred Heart, Lake )\MAD: 11IIIR OWN I n IIIIDRtN: $I.no
DINNERS: Daily Seven Day a Week-6 to 10 p.m. East Coast Deanery Miami Diocesan Worth; and foreign/ relief, Mr. l'IItf: :( PHI: 'I ION
a LUNCH: DISCONTINUED I : : FOR SUMMFRSPICIVL : : Council of C Catholic Worn Robert D'Amore. St. Joan of Arc, Mr. and Mm rink Auleta' of l I
a AT UN MW
SUMMFR: PRICES: ON MENU: en greeted the retiring and the Boca Raton. South Norwalk. (Conn could not

.! "Jf'hete the Stars Meet" new chairmen. Etectlon; officer i serving, with: be here to sign ono ot the peti I
Chairman of Catholic charities Mrs IXmske arc Mr P F Me-. lions lent lo 0 u r ('onllrC' lonlill l DOROTHYVERNON
is Mrs. Frank Treftil, St flatly of Riviera Beach vice president I contingent asking' toe naV11I"IIOn'anJ '
Parish North Palm Beach, ; Mrs Charle Hair of Boynton safety improvements 'I( hut '
1 partcipatlon, Mrs William, Clar'1 Beach mcreliiry, and Mrs. did not faze them They got up
mcistcr, Si Anastasia I I Robert Abel of Lake Worth treasurer their own handwritten petition I
Pierce: civil defense kiss I signed/ it and forwimlid' it to The RESTAURANT
f Coral Garden Lanes Cahill, St. Edward, Palm Beach; Appointive officers for the I SWart News and we have sent
Confraternity of Christian (Doctrine East Coast Deanery which consists U along lo Congressman Paul I ) 4II __I ON SOUl U.S. NO i, FORT PUR'E: I
i Mrs. Roland Ramvillc i of twenty-two affiliations. from Roiier
Vcro B ach to Defray Beach in I -- -
Judea, and -- ---
Jupiter; family
Invites Cveiyone education Mr. Marvin elude Mrs. C. F Menk of St.Iulillnu .
St. Lukes Parish, take St'i: \ Parish. West t Palm Reach, I
; Between the Ages of 8 to 16 home and school, Mr. Joseph parlamntiinan: Mrs Richard P ,
Roof St Joan of Arc, Boca Ka
1 cchcchio. St. Francis of ,
ion historian, and Mrs Steven J.
Riviera Beach; international and in
t American relations Mrs Al I Kleslimc of Si Clire Parish J
ben Naslvogel St. Vincent Fer North "Palm Bench, corresponding, .
FreeBowling .
rer Delray Beach; libraries and sccreiarONF >
literature Mrs. George Randolph,
I SI Ann Parish, West Palm Beach: : IN 1HFNH ON \c t a .

Every Saturday. 3 p.m. to 5:30: p.m.ERIE fl organization Mis Irene Morrison and ,development SI Helena,, I'LBIK Almost, one Pt'out ROLL of every twenty -I ,r wk a Jkk. "

Vero Beach: publicity and public of the South 5K''217000( ) men
t I felalons. Mr' Everett Snow, St women and children were on CIvilian
LESSONS Francis of Assist. Riviera Beach;; | public payroll last I year. w :
religious vacation camp Mr?. wilh local governments by far the I
Ralph Quick, Si Mark. Boynlon I greatest/ employer, according to ,
J ORGANI7FD ANn C11.\Pf'ROSFI f> Beach; reports Mrs P. F. Me'I the M ami field office of the II .... wYrw..+. ..,.
Mast. Hwe ,
!Special i Attention Given tot Nally, St Francis of Assist Riviera S. Department of Commerce ,
I..
Beach; Mr, Harvey ,

CHURCH GROUPS FRATERNAL ORG iM7: .\TIONS acton ford,, SI Mr, Judes. George,I"I Mitchell; StJulianas I, A safety prevent blade for objects rotary from lawnmowers I Some people J.U
BOY SCOUTS GIRL seOUl CIVIC GROUPS I West Palm Beach; Rpirr -'' !being thrown out -and took their first good look around a Ford showroom.They law the hottest line of can In

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MAKF ARRiVGFMFNTS FOR YOUR CUB NOW America.the "Car of the Year"Award winners.,.the best built lords ever.They taw cart to

TO BOWL FREE: AT News for Veterans smartly styled,so easy to handle, 10 good to drive, that they made this' the belt .ale"ear In Ford

CORAL GARDEN LANES Division history even before the Mustang came out They saw America'i leading performance car

Issued by Keller -the Super Torque Ford (hardtop sales up 54%).They law America'smost

famous personal luxury car-Thunderbird-with sales up 68% tar ti&i MK.JUL.! I

___._._ '''nr'_ .w. ___ .,.".. over last year's record.They found out why Falcon almost outsells tea a eeA.a1Chevy
TEEN AGE NIGHT
The Veterans Administration' -even though their visit involve/ I II and Valiant combined. And why Fairlane is a pacesetter '
I non service connected disability !benefit check which over I the !I FORD
Thursday 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. pension is not a get.rich-qutck year will amount to ninny thou in its own field.One look can make you .fall In love with any one of
I
and of dollar,
scheme It i* )just good sound bus!. the'', Ford'i 4( models. test drive can make you a Ford man 'forever **....**. ..'_.'..N-.....
M. T. Dixon, director of
TIle Sassiest Band I ness sense to find out what you Florida Department of Veterans '
have coming from the VA before Affair, said that most veteransdo
Donald Scott & His Band you actually need it. Most folks I plan ahead and most will call, l i, -' _-
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keep a schedule of when to grease! I at the nearest veteran office prior I
I their car send birthday cards, ice I to the time of their actual retire v- g t, :
ADMISSION SI.OO| the dentist! I merit at age nxly.five. to !net things
It i is surprising that veteran up However. those! who delay are ,
I will delay calling at their veteran I j delaying future check and may .i
county service office for month be in danger of 1or.1nllOm. benefits .
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to which could '
they already + = 4' rs4An"'i

,:< r F. VACATION SERVICE SPECIAL be Dixon entitled aid a wise! move is for

I a veteran to call two or three
'-,:- month before he could possiblystart
Now is the Time to Get Your Car receiving benefit to talk hit

Checked Over for Summer Driving case over with the proper author
it e*, He will then !b If given an es.
'
:. s WF WILL INSPECT YOUR tamale of hit benefits. 1h conditions .
under which the veteran will e
Ice 'a 1. COOLING SYSTEM receive monthly checks can also be Y
2. F" I explained In some case, after
3. TIRES ..% ; ...
he has these facu, a veteran. final ,
,). 4. BRAKES AND SFFFRINGt. retirement plan can be thought
a LIGHTS AND BUTFRY out and future retirement schedule -
6. LUBRICATE CAR can actually be let up aisaAagfrsvMt
Dion further advises that tliv
1 abilities. income and corpus of
I
ForIMMFDIATE 99c the estate are all for considerationin
I in determining; eligibility. and if
MARSHALL: : SERVICE ON ALL after the discussion' with he Veteran .
I County Service officer
Service Manager MAKF.S OF CARS Ih'l ;
time is right to apply for w y
benliil.I
I I the veteran will be invited Mrs flbti t4 OtttM CM ., flilMl M.
I* MO/XL >tr k< 14 CMirtry HNlra rr MO/Xl 4tef
MERKLE MOTORS Inc. I, and will be told what soil of proof
to bring in.
Dixon invites all potential eligible WEB ORDWAY MOTORS

Lincoln Mercury-Comet veteran to check with their
Veteran County Service officer, 1150 SOUTH FFDERAL HIGHWAY, STUART DIAL ATbitfe 7-095S
305 No. Colorado Phone 287-1214 or write to him al P. O Boa 1411, .
St. Petersburg pipe ..?sham. ease tame OT m row eTe. CAarn wwnn "'U", iiw vase "tin rMany .






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', June 28 at Okeechobee I ) r I

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.the Royal Palm Rehekah U'dllcNo. will be held Sunday. June 2X .n
44 met Monday, June 1 H at the IOOF and Rcbckah Temple
(he IOOF Temple with Mrs. Grace I Iin Okeechobee for all members 4
Hall noble grand, presiding. 'both organization in hit district
The memhen voted I to recess Birthdays were celebrated h y
for July and August! and will meetagain 'Mrs. Ella Donaldson. Mrt Hall
F
r... Sept 21. Mrs. Clara Mae Tunias, Mrs
It was announced that the di*' Mildred Arnold and Mr*. Myrtle
\ tries meeting will be held at l.oy i I Hale.
".0: ally Lodge, in Woodnun'i. Hall 1 Hostesses for the evening were
<1\ \ in Tort Pierce Monday. June 29 Mn. Arnold and Mrs. bktelleI :

." \\'t: The annual district barbecue,I I Moore
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", ''.r'> .' Scholarship Winner Is Guest A A

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.} ( : .'.,: At Stuart Woman Club Meet _


i ,', : .!...... "," ".-- ;{. The regular bllIOemcellOg of Mrs Vanderveer reported o n Yh',1 A ___

J1: N : he Woman's Club of Stuart was j her recent visit to the Pioneer Occupational +p0
: y : :/ i4 .; ( j jv. held on Wednesday June 17 Lynn Center in Port Salerno. yai
\ .] Wheeler, winner of the 1964 Worn The members voted to take on asa
4' ':' '" u ..1:sw1 9 an'i Club of SMut scholarship. project the acquisition of games,
was guest of honor at the covered |magazines, and other needs of the
MISS' MN\ kVIIIORINK: KING: dish luncheon preceding, the meet recreation room of the center Rep
ing. rrscntalivcs of the Junior Woman I L
Katherine King to Wed !She thanked the members lor 's Club will join with the seniors
Nina
the scholarship she received from 1 110 a tour of the center June 24. TIlE MOSHI-Y: COIIIVSIS AM! IRH BH.I.S INIKIA1NL1: : THIS CROUP; Al JbNStN: CAUSEWAY SVILIWV\
the club and staled that she plans The next business meeting will
B. Norris August 8Mr lo become a teacher A former he held on Wednesday July 1 MI .
John on classmate Susan! Simmons. was I and will be preceded by a !sack Scoreless Tie Cook-out Held on CausewayWith
Elks-Rotary
also a guest of the club on this lunch.
and Mrs William V. king'' the wedding will be held Aug. occasion. I
the engagement and approaching I H at St Mary Episcopal Church. Mrs. Joseph County Officers GuestsA
announce I he bazaar committee, Junior
Summer Series of Highlights League
marriage of their daughter Penrod chairman outlined
Nina Katherine, lo John C plans for thin event scheduledfor Films Starting I cook'olll I on the Jensen Beach I shew, Mr. and Mrs (lilt Raukr-
Norris: Indinnlown, ton of Mr. ,I ReadyBairdEngagement Feb. 20, IUM. New booths Highlight of the past two weeks C mums 12. Port Salerno *. Palm Causeway Saturdiy evening, June I son. and Mr. and Mrs Don \\.ml
and Mrt John B. Norrm, Lake will he included and all members The summer series of free dims play in Martin County Junior Baseball I ( ny 4. Kiwanis 2. Hohc Sound 20, was attended by County Commissioner Host for the party were Mr
Jem will be kept informed of bazaar sponsored by the Martin County League was the eight innings ; 4. Rotary .<. Palm City 1. Civitans ; and Mrs. Herbert Brim- and Mrs. Mosclc C. Collins Jr.
Miss King is a graduate of Martin plans by means of newslettersMrs Historical Society, starts 8 p mWednesday scoreless tic between Elk and 2. Kiwams 2. "Port Salerno (U; Hohe cr. Commissioner and Mrs Jack and County Engineer and Mr .
County High School attended George Conrad club representative : June 24. tht"A Trip: 'I' Rotary on Monday June 15.l Sound 13, \lions I; Rotary' It, Civ- Saundcrson, Commissioner and Fred Bell
Florida Southern College lake on the civic hciulificution to the Fur East: which includes Williams pitched a six innings awns 4; Palm:& City II. Elks 3; Mrs Jack Williamson, County Attorney
the time iM Announced no-hitler for Rotary before being KiwanIS 4. I.ions :2!. Hobe Sound I
land and at present committee, gave a report three short subjects, dealing with Dean Tookcr, St ucie ('II \KIIS \IK HMDS
employed! at Martin Memorial of the recent meeting of the com the historic and romantic Orient I relieved by Rollins in the seventh M. Port Salerno I I- County Commissioner and Mrs \\K.SIUILSItR BANK
Hospital. Mr. and Mrt, Remsen' Ready of mince and described recent progress The films which are supplied I Cooper yielded no hits in tour Pony 'League: Paul Standard W R. McCain Mr and Mrs. BJ .
Her! fiance is a graduate ol Short Hills. N J.. and tee, Mass., in beautifying U. S I through Pan American Airways, I innings for Elks, the only hit of R. Tom Daly 7; Ideal Sports S. Abbott, Mr and Mrs. John Min Charles M. Volk, former pres.
Mount Dora High School and the- Mr, C. R. Vanderveer president give coverage lo Hong Kong and I the gal.:.i. co'i'ns' olf his reliever Flower Growers: Jensen Lions idenl of the Bank of Stuart has
:. University of Florida Gainesville, announce the engagement of their reported on the workshop Singapore two ancient cities, now (JaIn the filth 8, Ideal Sports 2; Palm City 3, been named president ol West
_ He is employed ut Minute Maid daughter Judith Anne Ready of meeting/ at I take Worth and cmphusicd adapting themselves to a modern I I Other scores were: Paul's Standard (0. Kwanian Golfers Chester National Bank, which opened
- Groves Corporation us area pro'duction New York City to Lieutenant WI!. the Florida Federation of world, Junior League: Elks 5, Lions 4.POSI : Defeat Hotarians Monday in Westchester hopping -
i manager. __ liam H. Baird of Melbourne Women's Clubs membership drive Also included is the award win. I I .- -----------" JUNIOR STANDINGS: : center at Coral Way and
Miss Ready was graduated from which n bused on the slogan "Each fling film "So Small My Island:' (lime 22 IniliishO) Eighty-seventh Avenue m Miami
OFHCK: KEN I'I For the second in succession -
I MARTIN COUNT'SONKSIOP: MaIlls School: and Lascll One-Reach One," She which views, Jipuns scenic wonders W L 1 year Club -- -------- ---- -
kiwams deleat-
Stuart
\DKADUNK\ Jim: : 3(1(
: Junior' College, Auburndalc Mass, member to apply this principle as well as giving an insight I Palm C'ny I II I 0 0 ed the Rotary Club of Stuart 10''
BIBLE and I and is with lord and Taylor, NewYork and to introduce one new member into the CUIOIIIcharacler and The rent on all post office hover Elks 7 4 1 the annual golf match, played ut Now at BAILEY'S
BOOK, 1 Lieutenant I Baird, is a grad to the club in the coming year hchcls ot the people I is now due and payable Any post l Rotary S 4 2 Port St Lucie Country Club '
THE NEWEST: OFNEW
:. RECORD Shop is... uate of Martin/ County High Mrs. Signe Peters and Mrs. Car. 1 he third picture shows\ the 1' office boxes that do not have their Hobo Sound 6 7 I
School and Aviation Cadets, Har- olyn Douglas were accepted a M temples as well a* the rent paid by June 30. must be closed Civil ins 5 6 I Bill Gladden 78; Dr. William BOATS
VALENTINE'SBOOK Imgen A.F.B? Tex. and is attached members of the club at this meet. I humble homes of the people of I the mail withdrawn, and held Kiwanis 6 H 0 Robson. JM, and William A.
.w lo the 40th Air Transport Squad in Thailand | in general delivery ten days orI Lion 4 7 0 Oughtcrson, 86, were low men The "Imperial"
McGuire A.F.B. He Mrs. Linwood Simmons will, be There admission charge until called for. "All I for Kiwanis. Rotilrybco.t were
AND RECORD: SIIOP ron. was a I is no i I patrons are Port Salerno I 9 1
"V" Bottom Hull
329 EAST OCIAN: BLVD. memher of the High School Hand!I chairman of the next card putty However donations will be appre i urged lo pay their box rent I lame Rmker. 82: Dr. Ron Alli Lapstrake
dosed All Day Wednesday\ here and of DeMolay. \ which will be held in the month dated from non-members ot the I I said Stuart: Postmaster: :rwi' POM VNIJINGS I : ; son 83 and Dr. Eric Rhmd. K6 Full Double Bottom

A fall wedding is planned of September society I West (June 20 Inclusive) -,VLSO-
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W I. I :MRS. GLLASON. /IIIIMVN
Jensen Lions 6 1 0 WIN I\\HIGH GOLF The "A risto Craft"
.. 1 start ,tomorrow! pick your dealt come 1 n-Southern 3 I (1Fluwer.Gtogcrt
nylon _n.We8tw 3, 3 Twilight golf attracted twentyfrtHycVt II \RI) lOP
aU
and get 'em special prices-no money FOURsFORdon.compact Pauls Slniklaid' 3 4 0 Country Friday
[ ./if. Tons Duty 2 3 0 Outboard and Inboard-Outbourd
to big-car sizes ffffl Palm CIty 2 4 0 The winners were Hazel! (ilea'son
SPECIAL FOR 8.00t. I Ideal Sports 2 j 0qi and Charles Zihlman. Ruth 10 !MIKI: A (OMPL11F,
n $48 RhoaJcs and Ed Wilson, Fran DESIRABLE: : OUTFIT .

lli IV Wilson and Fred Rhoadcs lied for lOOK \ I' OLR:
| MVNU.tR IS second place, Berta Stuart and Joe
Plus Ut and 4 hid tinsWhitewalls
GOING 1 10 ALABAMA
third
Moslcy were "WEST BEND"
City Manager Joe Crowder has In Tuedayplay of the lady\
'<0' t $2.5O more each been granted leave for Thursday Golfers Association ot Martin OUIHOVKI I MOTORS
and Fridu)'. June -* and 26. togo County. Maddic Padova won the J'/j' to 80 UP.

GOODVEARPRESUMMER I to Alabama on private business.:_ nine-hole_ throwaway,: tourne\


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SPECIAL POR S 70 36 Despite Loss 1 o: Pirates Jensen Beach CompanyAIA 287.0936

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i flan Ui in< 4 114 UrnWhitewall. three Slow Pitch games played during I

the last week.

2.0O more each Previously unbeaten Ace Dodg- GOLFNew
cri lost lo Dandy Pirates, 9-3, on
INVENTORY Friday, Kermit Bright taking the
win and Mac McKuhen the loss. Martin County Golf & Country Club

G&A Yankees, only beaten once ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right just before crossingNew
Nylon All Weather 42
before Friday lost to the
I Tubeless Tires Angels. Bridge to Beach
14 8, with Howard Haid the winner
SALE FOR over Henry Crane -- NEW SUMMER I RATES-
The Dodgers bounced back on
SPECIAL FOR 7.60 COMPLETE Greens Fee
$44flu Monday taking the Yankees, 7.4,

't57't63 CARS gij. cr.MeKuhen and Crane being absorbing the winning the pitch.loss 18-1IOLE COURSE $2.50

GOODYEAR TIRES flu' til |." .!" tlrt' The Yankees attributed their .... -. ...... ......
WhlUwallc two losses to the absence from both KLLCIR1C CHRIS 1.-

WITH TUFSYNI I 2.0O mor..aoh games I of John Pedersen Jdfr Lea 18 Iloles: : $5.00
kmdbcrg, hospitalized, 9 linter' 300 :J I'-
Friday game of vacationing Don

aid St. Onge MEMHERSIIIP[ : ,/, .:

tI lon All.Weather SI.\NDINCSJune \ IMtMBFKSIIIP: IMIIUION HE $100.00- !Vil.
1 Tubeless Tire ( 22 biilinivc) SINGLE! MEMBERSHIP 8000 ?) .
NOT"SECONDS"NOT FOUR FOR W L DOUBLE I\JUIURSII1P: .. jooioo .'L.

"RETREADS' 8,00 Dodgers Yankees g 6 3 I I DRIVING RANGE: AND: COMPLFTE GOLf'' SHOP

I They're Famous Goodyear Tires SPECIAL FOR x 1s $72e Pirate 1 \ MIXED DRINKS: AND LUNCHFONS:
LARGER CARS sle Angels 4 41, BEN HARTIG PHONE:
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TUPSYN pINUaen04AhostGoad Indians I I I 7I j PRO MVNACER 287- 2274
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Sea Cows Seen as the Answer to Curbing \\atcr Growth

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,. Manatees Are Pat to Work Eating Weeds I



1 > In Flood Control's Vast Canal NetworkIf I



I : I husks were shown at work But Guiana expumunts. and in Anus "i,.ilc and placing them in a Fen
f Success, : were mail: out Kcause; as I ), 19(0( Mlsopp replied. from 1 ml here\ they are now busityi >4
tronomic, ., numbers would I be required I IonIC, to,o. on kiurniid. ol ,1\ .\ Ii eating weeds
Will Be Aid in the fur-flung\ canal s>stun United Nations Spe.lal" \ 'i i. ,I It is hoped that the new study;
I sot Board AII"'rr1.1 is \ery encouraging will help in preservation of thif
Mechanical: underwater" mowing I' Subsequently, the ID began manatee--now threatened with t )
To SurvivalHerds machines have also! been m\eMi-\ Contactingarious university po.tibk linL"Ilon-Ai well at
f gated but ruled out us tact expen professors. muuim. and wildlitenuttwrities 'providing a new answer to weeJ
I control pi obl..ml. in florida. '
of manatees or sea cowl, sieIhc Flood Control District at* Iho pilot 1 study, as proposed bv I It the study proves at success*
which ancient mlnnermi lo Jk tendon win first dircctetl, to the florida Allllnilc University, call I a' many authorities believer,
for mermaids. m a y I N. grazing idea. of using mimatees. control "d. f.'r1\ manalcc'. lIul' Sc..I' n 111.h.. ... I h 11 I the homely seam
some day.2f and down c'.23, C- iiitu' : wmls: han article I t in I I I .11'' 111 t.1 111 ,11".1.1, u ;ulu.ki ,, will K put to work-not
I v tyw 34 and canals, clearing, them; I Prue"nte.vlne, I :, Dew N, I'r60 I I> t" horse ,.u-n.licd "lire 'n Ih; ooh 111 Honda. .--but in tropical'
d of hacmlhs and other. olicclion II u.ix r.P,'rial tint some: of the expedition I h c s stnipotel' I I."i and,..II"I \ I ti"ipu''il countries around
able water growths 1I1.1111111.I1'! being used! etleeliel hours to capture the heists whi.,Jtloughs Ill' wnlld eating the mammals
I A thix*-year study of inutccs' in anils ol British Guiana and Ihr."I..d" 'In escape the 1 I",.,,11' diet! if water weeds, and
y rl ,t ''Vp +, tstllwn and their usefulness! in controlling I n I) ilicialv contacted British nets. .Ind the novii ,111.t 1111 Inl.c., "Ipuie hum in'twhile growing
,. I aqll'll' weeds has )jut t been\ t'shcii t' ',,', \periV II I Allse>pp 1'Ila" hut .it,I I Iciilthmp I",", '", ""tell i i" "..I,, :rtid I h:ippn; flood control
launched by the Central ,I in dSouthern I I who hiul conducted. I h.' Bntlshaqi / loin' ti.d t ,' It ,.n,,d l nmalion canals everywhere,
: Florida flood l "mtrolDistritt I :: .--..-.- ... -_
. ,( II successful it will aul i r v
I ,: '" the hard'pres.d species t to tur .
;)It
JIj' +
'.. vive
'if. Five of the cumbersome: mum
.: ... mats'--which can yow i t"> non. r1 I C .4
..' ., 1...... '... .. MAr than twelve feel in length and Sri 'sr
rJIt: :' :to> ...'
V # r ,.. + a e weigh more thin a ton I Ii" ,
Ken plated in a sturdily .'met)
;< : stttor of a canal where weed !

..._-.: ..-. -, -.-.. .. .. .-.- -- growth is t>pital 4 M ,
Scientist from Florida "Ihm- Igo
'IIIE 'I II-SI I' Sill'" nnnatcc. i lowered! carefully into emit I 1.1\1 the Kasls will i.u the vegetation In rhea w.ttmwui. l.ilu they II tic University at Hoca Raton., are ,a r V4t
:I which has been blocked with an carlhon" dam foreground A quur- hi put to work in other, u'Clion ol uu ih.I lie( l fO f now has more directing the study under Contract J pis w / a i ,
tcr-mile section his. been I lenccil oil for the initiul tests to see how thin I I.3H( ) miles ol cinils. and all "it then h. M' seed problems. tram the Flood Control Di* e
--- trut the IX'D will pay '10 ki\\.1 I 'HH) 1 ,
'. \ to the university to find out ,mss!
I c 1.\ ut: K. I) VMS IS how many weeds manatees ,an l tv wA
ON ISS! \R\IOGV! : ,
eat, to study their rate I "production ;
and to learn h'h'thr... or
I
.
I Muli. R Davis aviation electron r
J. .s technician airman USN, not the beasts can: he used praeticnlly ''v iC15
son .il Mr md Mrs. ('("Ie L Dw- and economically us a meant
III Road Palm of biological weed control
I is Murphy) City
t has reported| for duty aboard" the For more than two years I"D 1
,+ "Noss nti..k: aircraft carrier USS officials have Ken investigating
Saralopi. \iatmg| out of May- Ihe possible use of Ihe mainni, tin..
"r poll Tin irricr' I is engaged in also known an sea cow, They
training operations off the const have Ken gleaning all the inlor ihs
ot !Florida and in the Caribbean mation available. world wide. via
\ i waters I correspondence: and meetings. with
i n I university protestors, museum cur "ilkd.
atoms, federal. and stile officials,
Of the n.llloll'l 47.0X( (),(XX) families and authorities of .
foreign gov |
: ,, in IWO, 4? per cent had one eminent.
; 'member. earning money, 36 per
i cent had two earners, I 11 I per cent Manatees arc strict vegetarians
1 three or more, and 111"1'" cent noneaesiirca weeds and consume vast quantities\ of

: The diilrkt Is currently spending .
( the magnificent seaport S140IKKJ() per )car to keep mcanuls
built by Herod. the Great immediately clear. of obnoxious s
LOUISE UtS; TROPHY ttlNMR:' Ruby Bryant. receives her. award from Max Aucrhich before Christ t'8 time, is lion Eventually ItliII have vegclu to T, r vMs
She won the recent women's 4-nl1l.. handicap lournev at Martin County Golf and Country Club. King excavated" and partly restored spend. $ OOJO( () per year on weed s
Jack Harbell and Ruth Rhoades. took second ind third place by Italian archaeologists. control-unless some new mcthod y Ph

-.- discovered to cut costs or A
I do a better. job
The water hyacinth, with i rlovely
purple blooms, is only one k ,ii"I
We Mean Business of ikJiumKr, at.gccils whjeh If '
left uncontrolled, would soon muldply .

M ? ? f f tenes: :spread that carry, and fliKid,choke: waters the ar in

We Want Results rainy seasons supplies, irrigation in/ dry linenSnte and municipal I +

O O aiithorliics lire concerned -
about" the long.range!! "possible
,iJe- rrecl' of continued. use of
chemical herbicides A means of
biological weed control might well
be! preferred, if practical: I I f .
Sale 'I Among oilier ultcrmitivcH''' 1 .i I
VALUESSCREEN the Hood I Control District: has
'already. Investigated the use of t.1 .
snails, An 1C I D off;rial attended
NVENTORY a meeting /In Dude County !several
cars: ago! where. weed,eating mol-

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sr. JO .I'II (.UII n M yw ,
IIVI CARD PARTY "1 'Wi4 rv, adp M.MlWea M'' r a+ r+w p nyl fir II I M..
1- NOT I ICE ; Small Hand Tools ROLLER SETS

St Joseph Guild held a card
ENCLOSURE i \Ve "ill he EAh: 59c I 51.1: (11' 99c party' at the community room, of ---- ===..i
By AL the I irst National/ Hank ot Stuarton
20/20 Close ALL June 18 Mrs Olin Booth was CAPII: !M\N\IFK:, dripping water, I Is hoisted in a cargo net from a tank ut the Miami &wiquarmm -
with screen now chairman with Mrs. Margie!! I'mc Five of these. bulky mammals. were inmsporled.. by Hood Control, District, : trucks front the Scu-
8t same price 8M 14,111 PIII I I1y Saturday's I I POSTER MATS Mrs. Ldward Larkin, Miss Helen qUlrium0\ a selected canal where they ai. now al work eating weeds
hislnlledfine "lIb heavy duly HAMMER Kcilley and Mrs, M. Canscrly: twisting I
IIlumlnum frIlPl" June 27th 1964 I I 1 he door prizes were won
FREE E: S 1"1\1 I : A T t.: S loll ALL CORK $349 hy Mn Mary Stocked!, MM LhhaNordslrom SUMMERTIME IS CAMPING TIME !
IJ.IY $149'I ONLY Mrs J. H, Whilfield
CLOSED and Mrs Katherine Kocder, 1 he .. ,
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I IC I II rt ,j << "' t ;f ': t .''OJ! ,
I next I card will be held ',. '. ,
Mt 1>1( ''E party Sept. ),.,1 ,( .
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BINETS for i NYLON BRUSH 11-, \1 "11 t ::1 I
'SCREW DRIVER i
.." ) I Brush well worth "' 'T.t,, t
AU aluminum with 2 sliding dairt INVENTORY I Rubber, handle 39c I RelCular 54,95 $1 98 WA1DMR. .,1. \

16-lncb by $495 I EACII N//V/ ONLY:
Il.ineh

AWNING I I1It.LL BURNITMALICIOUS

: BI-WID WINDOWS ; F R E E SPOT LIGHTSDOORS .j

One At.RO.HlRL Sprinkler Colored Yard Spot 1.I"hIH WOODS BURNER -t i'' ,. I

Good Quality J7 und 38 Inch with purchase 01 50 fl. Gllr- ReRulllr $4,95 $349 WHO ROBS THE SOUTH
lIalf LOUHe Join Panel ;: den 1Iw.e lit the regular price.NOW I
$1475 .AND YOU!
4 feel by O\l.1'' .. ,
$2495 I tAB .
6 feet 8 Inches Js'9T., t 7
!Iitllilable
i I t +tea..t

Other suet IIvlllluhle I P A I N T I HOSE NOZZLE

'N'F"C: [ Rain Maker 99c : I IL
LOCK SETS !I.V GOO I), UOI \ .. .....
FOGGERS UISCOCONIINUEn I : ('OIA R5BUT _. _.. ..... _. __ AI ._, "' .J
Entry: hock hebi with dead I'Kk' PER
Idelll for \I'.quiloet: and G\U.\ 99c FOR LOW-COST .
Best (.) CAP S
$495 Sand tlellH. w '
Quality 2941 Qr.
RIG, $31.95 "hlte Husk. Z I EASY LIVINGCAMPING
NOW $2498 NO ultlr'JIL GONE "at.29c U(1. SC

GL ASS for
LET US SHOW YOU THE

PICIURIS Tank Sprayers ROLLER SETS B LAD E tot BB Mr.ON Bimft TUB;, UM LOOKOUT mtlidot*
U by 10InchStu. 69c wood burner who blaze a
Each: : RIG, $11.45 7 I.NCIf 7.lndl wiltl-million dollar path of ,, APACHENow
$845 69c $230 dd t sUo+t tbit
Other Sun+ Available :1OW I ET. Carbide anon BouU i

REWARD I
EKoppfaf Mr. Burnit will M** I On Display In Our Apache Camping Center

the'&u1la mOlioM of dollar .,

S s Stuart Paint & SupplyS.P.S. Th worth saving of lateral of our foroto nuowtam.if aa -: AT :-

P Important put of the Souther

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<-A Tim STUART (IFiw.l> NP\\S Tlmrsduv, June IS, 19 ; c.r 1T"T-: : : ,. .
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Soil Conservation Agency t tf J;
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Lee Cason manager reJX'rhIhal i completed for W J. Rothrock : .; t' .
one of the many M.TVICII that' Bill I Jenkins: operator, H Wen-- p t'" '", ,"',' .t", -
the Marlin Soil Conservation Dtstnct I i I man. Fruit Production Inc, and I t) \; ;" 4" i\L'If d },:' \: I
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given to its co-opi rating farmers J. S. Malthiwt. Olen Edwards P J t
and ranchers is field assistance manager Land grading and drainage 3 3t
in applying certain wildlife and! practices are under way for .. ... .1""', # 41 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737
engineering practices These are Monterey Flowers and White Quail (,1t '*
OPEN !MON TIIRU SAT. 1:30.M.. TIL 9 P.M.
cost-sharing practices thut mil)' !be j I Flowers Wesibury Farms Aliapiittah
signed for with i the Agricultural: Ranch. Minute Maid and t l ,., a't1 t, 4 r ae OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M.-12:10 P.M. 6 P.M.-' P.M.
Conservation Program. totaled at C'. C. Underhill. Others will begin .
the agricultural center on the fair I'' dove and quail food-cover Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.

grounds I plantings. ", in August. for which .. '
Soil Conservation Service technicians I preparations are being made' now I -a
to the Martin The U S Fish & Wildlife Scrv: i;J1IIIt...# ,. .. .. .., -.' ... .. .
assigned .
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There "PRICE"
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District ice approved bream and bass requests :;'. ;; I' (tI-" .I
Soil Conservation are currently I .
..... .' fr'; "If. ,110. ... .. .. -r .
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laying> out designing!. and for Alcoma Association J. ." .. \ '''\ \ ;. .. .
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checking the construction of conftervaton A. Slay. and C W Scott Addi I., i;" ) :. ., .
PRESCRIPTIONCOULD
.BECAUSE THIS
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engineering practices in "" ...... 'il" .... 1
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Mattin, Palm Beach and Brow by the Soil Conservation Service J: .1 ,1'11' ,
ard cOllnlicMany of these practice j' J. .'J ... ,. WI1fr' SAVE YOUR lifE!
General information and technical .I.f ... P:
are being done through the o\I.J "',",-\t.t\ d. 4. 1 1fl'
Agricultural Conservation Program help with soil water plant J ,1. ;; J iI,1: ; / "', } .. ,K '- .. t' "rt W//. : At t Broward our everyday tow prices ore as fair
and! will receive some cost and wildlife conservation practicesand i r .." a.V 3 lu :t"d. :I 'h' trs+JS-: -. .. ',' 'f and
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is accurate
sharing, if properly done Aptri programs can be obtained by ;.ri 1tfl lif'i'd' kbrp a Yr.4 ,1t. h. ; .. as our prescription filling we
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Cultural Conservation Program offices writing calling or visiting the ''' :;1'' ,:"," "!' ,tf L tf .J 4' .. h' ; "r.'t; have been trusted with over 50 million prescriptions

are located in most Florida U. S. Soil Conservation Service office ,.,... .,_ __ 'QI..-a .4 ... ....J .". ,VCENTRAL ..., .., to Browardand
eountit' at Stuart. .' ._"".,..._..._ ...... ..i _>tJ>.... W't..f.,.<. _*..,".*- .. _4.4J:6'J/if': '- ".tiI'rJrA Bring your next prescription
save with confidence
farm and ranch plans of conftrrvaitoft : AND SOUTH IIORIDV Hood Control District reaches a certain height in the level behind I them and fishermenand
operations have been CARIN NAMFI DIRECTOR Hoard of Governors in worried about the automatic gates on its swimmers have been drowned in the ensuing: turbulence ut
Ol ACADEMIC:: AFFAIRS new canals, like this one at the second level of C.23 five miles mime of the structures Under consideration is the fencing off of YOU CAN'T RUT BETTER..WHY PAY MORE
AT JUNIOR ('O1LICERobert :
west of Palm City. The gates open automatically when the water the structures Pontoon harriers have been placed at most of them
Circuit Judge H Garm Jr. director s
of the session Indian
River Junior summer College, has at been appointed First County Equalization Meeting July /.? HEAVY DUTYBREEZE
Sentences 3 in by Dr Maxwell C. King. NNMMNIINLNNfN/NN
president, as director of academic $
Court June 24 affairs for the 196465\ college BOX
year. Working under his directorship Are Seen I
Budget Requests SoaringA
will be the three major divisions as rte 12" FAN
James Price was sentenced to of the college: the divisionof
three yean in Raiford on a chargeof social sciences i headed John
receiving stolen property i n K. Brown, the division : communications brief look at the county budget I. The only figures reported were and forfeiture fund $ 3.254. and I list year. He al'llBid he expects 3 .
Martin Circuit Court Wednesday headed by Helen B. requests for the coming year was possible increases in the requests I road and bridge fund $111.827.4<. an increase in gasoline and race SPEED
June 24.Price Keller; and the division of science taken by the Martin County Commission over last year Chairman frank I for a total ot $244,050.73. track collections t
was on two years proha and mathematics headed by W, .. Tuesday' Wacha stressed the requests mayor I Wacha reported the county asscssment It was also! reported that a tax 14.99
lion on I charge of entering without Holt Harner. --- may not he approved this year is about $4 equalization meeting will he heldat
breaking with intent to commit 'BUD BREWER CAUCUTlWO'BONES' Requested for the general fund 000000) over last year, and that;; the courthouse at 9;30 a.m..
a felony, but violated the probation Australia by (SMALL) over last year, $5915126: mosquito -I this years mill will be worth about July 13, All property! owners are
population grew control, $19,816.08 fin i ete4Mnrsrt' SI20.000) compared to $116 I .927 advised check their .
: to assessments
The new sentence will run 3.000.000) to 11.()KK) ).000) in the last Curtis Lynn Brewer, also knownas --- --- -- ----.--------------,.----- -JJllil!' i Add F.d, rawh..pplt..bl.,
concurrently with I the previous fourteen years It toook thirty-one "Bud," age twelve, who lives .. I
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two-year sentence years to add the same increase late in Eldorado Heights, Stuart, was rr' .I> .f III "* W' "8 Francis Hartcr of Columbiani: I The United Stales must trainat i
Price w a i charged originallywith in the J9ih century fishing with cut shrimp down near OBITUARIESAl.1 one sister. Mrs J. V. Davis of least NO),000) skilled technicians "
entering a grocery store at the inlet the other day when he 'ittsburgh: Pa.; and one son, Edwin : annually to meet normal employ
Indiantown There were 1.374.0421 Americans caught two strange fish. At fir.the ..... L .hd JJ.. L !UJI A. Haucnstem, of Stuart; and mcnt demands \ /
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Raymond P Groover was sentenced living abroad when the 1960 U thought that they might he NICHOLAS PE ROSE one granddaughter r7M..YII] "
to four yean in Raiford on S. Census was taken, 80 per cent striped bass, recently planted In Allred Nichol Penrose, Funeral services were held in Indian totem poles served a a ,
a. grand larceny charge, lit was of them members of the Armed the river, but they didn't have any of Port died sixty Sunday Johns Funeral Home Chapel Saturday oats of arms. banners story //t'
Salerno -
convicted of taking $438 from Forces and their families stripes So he brought them buck eight. June 21. at Martin Memorial at 10 a.m. with the Rev. books. even as notices of unpaid .' '! ULm!
Lewis Cannon Sidney Low rie. assistant debts, .
identified
to town where they were pastor Il\ -
extended illness VVVV
lifter "
Robert Harris was found guilty The Federal Civil Aeronautics I as bonefish, one weighing a Hospital He was a native an of Pennsylvaniaand of f the First Presbyterian Church l -- ---1 r.,9
of petty larceny and sentenced to Board i is marking its twenty-fifth half pound and the other a little had been a resident here for of Stuart officiating Burial was ;

u\ months in the county jail.I anniversary, this. year_ ___under..__._ the past two years He was a memo in All Saint Cemetery, Jensen \ Y PAL Razor
-- :: '. ., .- m- -."-"- ---- -..-"..._.- .,- -. ....... -.' -----, .'...i, her of the West Chester Baptist iuich
Church of West Chester Pa. and lrooperBill IPL59Io
ANNOUNCING THEFran's the West Chester Lost e No. 321 AIXMf JOIUNSSON \ Deodorant BURMA
F&AM also of that city a vctcran ,
Adolf Johansson, sixty four. of 1&
I of World War 1 and a mem 620 Washington Avenue Coral I says,,. lIJlJtJjSDA i
her of the llenlopen American Gardens died at his home Ihurs \ .1. ": '\ \ PADS SHAVE
GRMID OPENING : Legion Post of Rchoholh, Del diy June I IK. after an extended : ; \
He survived by his wife i illness I /fj J
and ,
Kathryn I'cnrusc a utepsonJ
A native of Sweden he I :>
came
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Edward Roe both of Port Sa. \I .
the-United States in 192) and
to 84I1.49 1
of lirno brother Walter E. PtR'
one
... ; ; had been a resident here for the
rose of West Cheater: two nislersMrs $
JULIA MAY
eleven und one half months
past
William, Hall Fredericksburg \
Va and! Mrs LeRoy H gh- He is survived by his wife I i
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Smokehouse Coral
Bar Amelia C. Johansson of SPLASHCOLOGNE
field of Med! ;J. Pa.; several nieces Gardens d SOLARCAINE 1 39
and nephews. .
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4oanc.stze.
Private funeral services will beheld Funeral !services were held i in I
RT. 707 RIO Manchester N. H. Johns Funeral
I in Johns Funeral Home Chap.
el Thursday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Home was in charge of local arrange -, wraa. OUR DERMASSAGE.J].17

FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 26 STARTING AT 8 P. M. I Forrest Watkins, pastor of Firs ments. I LOW 8 9' 16 cunc siTOILET ;........,-
Baptist Church of Stuart offici-
""" t atmg Friends may call Wednesday DORIS M SIMMONS: i PRICE TISSUE
from 7 to 9 pm Burial will Your choice of 5 77,
and he in Fern Mill Memorial Ceme Graveside services for Doris M fragroncft. Lydia Grey........ in For *
iR EE BEE R Ilorsd'Ocuvrcs I I tery. Simmons. infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Simmons of i ij INSULIN
Tropical Farms. were held at 'I / U 1 SQUIBBOR 99
MRS. n.ORII.RTFR with the Rev Lewis I ;
I Tuesday I LILLY
(UNTIL THE KEGS RUN OUT) ; Mrs flora A. Hurter, eighty pea Sliincil i 'I ropic i il: Farms B.;iptist If you're tired, stop. Many rJ U 40 NPH pzrI'
Stuart
f eight of 819 Weir Street (hnpel. officiating drivers who are fatigued from

t died Home in Wednesday a Vcro,Reach June Nursing 17, lotS In addition to the parents, the work, long hours of driving, or LIVE ENTERTAINMENTOUR lowing an extended illness baby is survived by the paternal other reasons, weave over the 14 DISPOSABLE NEEDLES
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W. Va.. grandparents Mr. and Mrs Herbert center line and crash into other .
Helvetia
A native of II with sharpest points over." .. 2 S 0
HOURS AREs : f
she had lived in this area for the W. Simmons o Tropical cars, or fall asleep and drive 8 plus ALCOHOL SWABS. .
SUNDAY, 1 to 12 PM. WEEKDAYS, 9 AM. TO 12 PM. Closed \\'FDNF.SO'\ past two >ears. She was a member Farms: the maternal grandparents. off the roadway. To be safe, :
of the Jerusalem Lutheran C'hurt Mr. und Mrs. Herbert T. Metz stop the car, rest, or take e V
Now Under the New Management of FRANCES UNSELL !I of Columbians. Ohio, and attend ger; three sisters I Francine.. Angelaand coffee break before continu--

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a","" .. J aavrrrrMX'wswrast"""" Mrprrrn.aarIT'S _\t1lO. ,11Io.: I Stuart Funeral Home was in ing. 3.3

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1! TIlE STUART (Fir) NEWS Thursday June 25. 1964 MARTEN'MEMORIAL' -, Loans AvailableOn any Florida junior college, college for loans or scholarship should
HOSPITAL -r-- or university either public or private do so immediately The deadline
ScholarshipsInformation and range in amounts from for the National Defense student
Births-Mr. and Mrs. Charles $130 to $1,000 per year to cover loan and for local scholarships is
C.L. Ramey Ordered: Gif .a ll1rt 21 has been receivedby the cost of tuition.. Au&I.1.POST I.
? John Elliott Dean Charles W. Sample, of
Helen Lyp Louis; Atwell s. Indian River Junior College, from Interested students who are
Barbara Fcrion, Lucile Clagctt the State of Fduca- planning to attend Indian River
Department OFFICES WILL
'Clean Up Be Sued' and Alfred Partrick; discharged, i 74-, N bon that the previous deadline of Junior College I or any other college CLOSE JULY 4111
or in the stale may obtain necessary !
Jessci hJnnie. Archie Miller, Teddy i,, May I for applications to receive
Simmons, Ralph Temo and Florida student loans has been applications: at the college, All post offices in Martin ('oun-
Mrs. Lira and 7lJ')1 or at their local high school Will be closed for business
Bell has been Henry baby boy. extended until after the start of ty on
(. lean up the premises or go to reported Ramey June 17-Admitted, Leslie Kind. the fall term. Dean Sample also stated that Saturday, July 4, IndependenceDay.
issued warned hy letter and verbally on
court, was the ultimatum Smith, Edith Tresolcr, There will be no window
several occasions and by various berg Lilly These loans may be made to students attending- Indian River or
'
C. L. Palm City cr\-!
to Ice station Ramey owner, by the Martin officials, but has not cleaned up Frank Rosier, and Judith Rogers, eligible students planning to attend Junior College who with to apply delivery service on this holiday.FRIDAY .
discharged, Dale Howell, Lilly
.
he Bell said there were -- --- ---
'ntl COll1nll' IOn at a meeting premises : -- -
Smith, McGee Booker, Doris Van :
mans' overturned, wheel less autos -
Tuesday. I
Tuinen, Mrs Charles Rogers and ,
Ramey, who holds a license to ( and it appeared Ramey has SATURDAYARMY
baby girl, Judith Rogers and
operate a used lot, is operating moved more in since he was given
the area also at cj junk yard, County :I the last warning I Cyrus June Richardson 18-Admitted, Eva Andrews I
Engineer Fred Bell told the The commission voted to give ,
J. T. Morse, Allen Pitch- i4i
the second written notice to comply
for time Ramey
ommission ford, Hattie McPhaul, Ann A Di
in as many meetings, and suggested with toning} regulations within fifteen I I 'on and Marino Sonzongi dis- I !k
the commission either Initiate a days, and failing to do so, barged, Helen Lyp, Lewis ;Peast- .. NAVY
jet-tough policy or forget all about 'nstructcd County Attorney Dean 3 .
er, and Henry Btuler.
Tooker to take legal action. I
toning regulations. I
.. June 19-Admitted: Jo Ann s DISCOUNT WWr STORES
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Williams, John Ruelius, John Ped- I
erson Elmer Padgett John Jami- Quuitlt Rlihu II..........
Before Illinn Gaddis; discharged
Check Area Zoning
I Barbara Person and J. T STUART SHOPPING CENTER

Buying Business LicenseProperty June -Admitted, Stephen
Kelley and Miller discharged
Mary ; -
Leona Bctham Ann Allison. V Genuine DuPont TEFLON! Coated
owners who buy licenser lations-only to issue a permit John Elliot, Dr. Parker, Jo Ann
to operate businesses had or, hc nIC. Dell "Suggested-'!: he be I! William, Marino Sonzongt l. Edna IP
better check county zoning regulations authorized !ito 'draw up a written t
i Bavier, Frank Roeslcr Louise At.
with sheet be handed out Andrews
before going ahead to by well and Leslie Klndberg 10" FRY PAN
all asking
informing
their project. persons June 21-Admitted, Mrs Charles
This was indicated at a meeIn \- for licen'iCthuL they must liipe and baby boy, Peggy Brown.
of the Martin County Com comply with building and zoning F ward Candy, Harold Compton r..

mission Tuesday codes. The commission approved Uuus IXulcy, and Michael I 1.0 iiYtkjtt l'' I''ii' No slick pan b C

County Engineer Fred Bill reported Delia, discharged, Lillian Qaddis f; heatproof, with

residents are purchasing SUMMFR! PROGRAM and Mary Miller. ,ii t\\\\ I 111/1/ plastic handle.loodN .
licenses from Tax Collector Alvin llir.UKST; : YET AT June 22-Admitted. Quintero '
rttam/ natural
(Andy) Andrews to operate businesses JUNIOR COLLEGE: Ihnusa.: discharged, Michael laDelict .
at locations without check Wilma Orr, Wilma Roberts '' I flavor
ing to see if the locations arc Summer session. enrollment at and Mary Cook. Nq ; r cannot Milk .
zoned commercial. Later they run Indian River Junior College is the i ..n rinses clam .
up against blocking zoning regulations highest in the four-year history of TEN OK NINETEEN: Compare at $3.95
and blame Andrews our four-county junior college.. CASIS CONTINUED" JOYCE SMILEY daughter of Mr and Mrs Warren E. Smileyof

Bell stressed thai It Is not An. There are 220 area students enrolled I IN CRY COURT Indiantown is Martin County entrant in the Florida Dairy
drews' i In twenty-five academic Princess contest to be held June /19-20 in Orlando The current
job to check
zoning reju- With ten of nineteen cases con-
courses offered by IRJC. The princess is Joan Gossctt of Okeechobee. Miss Smiley is a graduateof
tinued, it was a relatively
summer program began June 15 in Court Tuesday easy Martin County High School, where she was vice presidentof
night Municipal Duchess Freezer
HOPKINS COT FIRST and will end on July 31WICRLINK I. In the remaining nine cases, the book club, Lit, and on the Beta Roll scholastically She Paper

IN FIFID, SIRFAM five bonds were estreated; one will enter Palm Beach Junior College this fall and plans to makea
SF.A TROUT CONTEST .: B\Ck sentence deferred; one defendant, career of physical education

George (Tiny) Hopkins again 10 MICHIGAN; Found not, guilty, and two fines 18"Vide

put the name of Stuart fishing: Z. J. Wicklmc, who has been ImposedCOl'NIY
Protests Mobile/ Park Turn-down
in lights" by winning the first
spending some tune with his son,
prize m the sea trout division in WILL BUIID m
: ; J. Wickline and of '
Clyde family
Field & Stream's 1963 contest, t the CABANA AI BEACH
results of which were recently Stuart, is returning to his homein There were no bids submitted Simmons Says He'll Ask No freezer burn retention of
flavors,
made Jie He von first: prize Highland Park Mich. He will for the construction of a cubana superior pliability, heavy
and a trout button for a stop in Delray Beach to visit his at the Hobe Sound beach area coated economical to use
potted beauty weighing twelvepounds niece and her husband Rev. and at the end of Bridge Road, so the Board Action on ZoningBy
fourteen ounces which Mrs. Charles Wood, and they will I county will construct the cabana
he caught on July 30, 1963. drive him home to Michigan i with 'labor.
_, county_ --_ __ I.1NMOOI I. MMMONS: : : I I i income which has long ago been Rubber TMATSLarge
I I recognize and welcomed by some Heavy
make this
I would like to public of the finest resort communities
PREMIUM TUBELESSWHITEW.ALLS statement to the property owners within the state.
.axpayers, business men and the I
public of Marlin County. Our plan is keyed toward the size T-Mat (approximately 18" x

On Thursday evening, June 18 I mature retired citizens, so as not I I 22") enhances and protects the car. Ideal,
1964 1 presented to the Martin to throw any burden on our present Ii 1I' '
TIRE UP fUR YOUR VACATION TRIP NOW IlIr County Planning and Zoning Com- school system, or upset our labor too, for household use. Assorted colors.
force. These people desire only
mittee a plan to create a mobile
to bring in outside andnpcnd
money
Sailfish '
home village on Ixxlge AJ+I t
properties I in Palm City, which it m Martin I \ County And
was denied their mature knowledge should be

first I would like, to point out welcomed by all civic groups and Compare r

that this locution is, in a sense, churches.
practically isolated from the rest As a large property owner, tax-
jf the community and MartinCounty payer and resident of Martin at 59c
as a whole It is located County for the past twenty years,
between Cornell Avenue and the I feel that this, project as presented
f'd'7 St. Lucie River and between Ninth ID the Marlin County Planning
Street and Twelfth Street, Palm I and Zoning Commission was w wLADIES'
City not given the fair ev"c.t impartial I
After months of research this consideration it I also
area is considered ideal for a project feel that a project of this magnitude
of this type. Statistics prove should not have been acted .K5wd _
'"' I fII'I'II'rlt
EXECUTIVE GUARANTEED that modern, clean, healthy mobile upon summarily. ;
UJ.l.al&rallli. PREMIUM home living is an asset to any Let I me assure the taxpayers and
IN WRITING TO WIAft community, and based: on the fig business men of Martin County
100% DuPONT NYLON 36 MONTHS-30,000 MIlES ures already compiled and presented that this project will be an assetto Shifts are "in" again for the coming season and we

4 FULL PLY, NOT 2 PLY Mw..o hrulm, 'ft!. (CMfimtnlil "(."Mid':!:. this half particular million project dollars will the economics of the county and have a wonderful assortment to choose from. Unusual
., over a to them personally Therefore as
pour
,!* ttmrm Uw toll.!, M rll..n.r M ft.. Mr a/),.I .:'lira,7'N. ''4wxwnAla. Into the economy of the county my next step, I am going to take prints, stripes and floral designs in assorted colors.
AN M ''
TUBELESS 53 :fii'itar"MIS, mln', Uit4 0: MH MWHITEWALLS" ::*S annually, and at the same time the entire proposition to the tax.
'... will enhance the property valuesin payers' official representatives.Do .
the immediate area. Let us consider .
misled
be
not by rumors or
what kind of industry could
reICntation. The
n1rcr> complete
"If You Have A Puncture,,, We Will Pay Fur Tie Roud Service" equal this challenge plans specifications and economic Sizes 8 to 18.
SIZE Sale Price With one hand this county is figures are here at Sailfish >,
ea. TUBELESS 'VI I ITE\V ALLS spending thousands of f dollars oflavpayerr lodge, Palm City and 1 welcomeall Iw Compare; at $2.98 '
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700 X 14 . 2636 3 for 79.08 and get ONE TIRE FREE 'clean Industry money annually into the to entice i I inqurtcH and suggestions from

750 x 14 . 28.08 3 for 82.24 and get ONE TIRE FREE ty, which cannot help but create cl'un-1 any If taxpayer wish further information,

800 x 14 . 29.41 3 for 88.23 and get ONE TIRE FREE an increase. On the in other our school hand we population are- i I write-you me at Box 155, Palm City, ..

850 x 14 . 31.84 3 for 95.52 and get ONE TIRE FREE ignoring a source of progress! and' or phone ::!87-I 176.

900-950 x 14 34.83 3 for 104.49 and get ONE TIRE FREE

600 x 13 . 23.16 3 for 69.48 and get ONE TIRE FREE Safe Boating Week Noted Ladies' Sleeveless BLOUSES

640x15650x13 . 26.82 3 for 80.46 and get ONE TIRE FREE

. 25.13 3 for 75.39 and get ONE TIRE FREE By Mayor's Proclamation a
\ selection of blouses in assorted
670 x 15 . 27.36 3 for 82.08 and get ONE TIRE FREE new summer

710 x 15 . 28.94 3 for 86.82 and get ONE TIRE FREE PROCLAMATION "NATIONAL BOATING WEEK"and SAFE r "it! summer pastel plaids and solid colors

760 xiS. . 32.37 3 for 97.11 and get ONE TIRE FREE tin WHEREAS County and, the the citi7enf City of Stuart Mar I call upon our citizens to observe

800-820 x 15 34.71 3 for 104.13 and get ONE. TIRE FREE Honda are enjoying more and this of special siifetv week and an objective

more relaxation from recreational IN WITNESS HEREOF, I have A
WHEEL ALIGNMENT P.\Y AS boating In this area; and hereunto set my hand and causedthe Sizes 3442Compare
WHEREAS, the practice of ,
WFILE AS Seal of the City of Stuart 'i
BY FACTORY A safety by the boating public addsto Honda. to he shined at Stuart this '
TRAINED A88 2 5 the enjoyment of this sport and 22nd::! day of June A.D. 1964.
Air Conilltiim.d reduces accidents; and '
RAY M COOKE, at $U9
MtCIIAMCS Can Hlfh.r Sllihlly WHEREAS: co-operation by Individuals As MayorSEAL
vvEertrtEarei7ryt and organizations inter I
Adjust CaMcr Adjust t Camber Adjust ested in thin recreation is neces- ( ) j It t1r

Toe-In Adjust loe-out Its! !Steering sear '. eeny..y ender and+rr.rN..s.tort to insure and
safety
: ..ila ord. to .. :.hdl': riot ".. sary The taslcst boat in history was
WHEREAS the President of
Bluebird II which did 26035 miles
the United States of America has I
9, POINT BRAKE SPECIALFORD proclaimed the week beginningJune 'per 1959.hour on an English lake in GIRLS' SCUFFPROOF DURA.HYDE

28 "National Safe BoatIng -
C1IEV. PLVMOUTII ALL O1IIERS $31.95 Week"
: HEAVY DUTY LINING NOW THEREFORE: in accordance Smokey Says
: : ij OVERSIZE with the special\ authority con Saddle OxfordsTraditionally
ALL OUR( \\IIKtLS
9 5 ferred) on me by the City Commission p
TURN ALL FOUR DRUMS
REBUILD AIL $ of the City of Stuart, M'-rfu/itrrfAMAToT1 I / !
FOUR ttllNDLRS:
Florida I I. M. Cooke,
Ray
mayorof
FLUSH SYSItM: REFILL \\IIIIIIK\VY DUTY FLUID the City of Stuart, Honda, do Is A WEAPON,1DO- styled saddles in black

ROTATE TIRES IF DEMRM; ) ROVD ThSF 2G'r.a hereby proclaim: that the week of USE rr SAFEW1I and white. Long wearing scuff.
ADJUST ALL OUR BRAKtS June 28 through July 4, 1964, be
PACK I'ROSTIIElL BEARINGS: set aside asAUMLIVRY ( MV proof vinyl

ALL LABOR INCLUDED 4.

ALL WORK GUARANTEED MFDS: I

!!t\\: I\G: MACHINE

The members of the Martin Memorial V LOeR'a1d

Hospital a! sewing Auxiliary group have whichwill I organized 1 O Extra serviceable uppers and heavy

... mend and repair sheets, pillow I duty, long lasting soles. Sizes 5 to 3,
VISIT LS TODAY IN OUR NEW cases' gowns etc. If anyone !
stnntsaa LOCATION OPPOSITE LINDSIEY LUMBER has a sewing machine they would JgG Compare at $2.49.IA .
like to donate, the will
Auxiliary
2903 SOUTH 4th SIREET. FORT PIERCE I Apply the Mm uf haUU to
be Contact Karl
Mrs.
grateful.
tit U 7011 dt to cuup.vdil&
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Annual QuestionnaireCongressman I Elderly Man Is Arrested Again :


Paul G. Rogers submitting his, annual question
nave to the resident of the Sixth District of Honda, seeking then
views on matters of Importance\ to the Congress. : On Arson Charges in Rio AreaReuben f 4',
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"Over 52,000 persons replied last year, he said "and your cooperation
In sending your replies to me wUl be most: helpful and sincerely I
Starkweather. !> a Halter 'lire on hndaJune! 'lire companies answered the call
appreciated. seven of Rio was .. \ I are currently being annly/cd to the woods fire i I hurd.1.11
1 The questionnaire follows: Deputy Sheriff Ray Huxley an attempt to connect I Stark ?.H pin The tire lumped: a turn irw1 NE
QttrtfoM VM No Thursday. June I IS and! with that bla/e m the road and hued' our in :
with setting a woods fire According! to Heislcy. residents! area of several acres Rio suxxlhy
1. Should Congress legislation for a ConstitutionalAmendment
pass afternoon which threatened the Haker Rood area showed until I2tt1 I : pin that night/
to protect traditional praer and Bible al mobile homes the where The I lire broke .about"
reading in schools? .... .. .. '". .. .. .. Road area where he in lives. scene't : and! leave they'; the saw wood Starkweather Theirs- I II I urn Friday. and out hln/eil again along I _

2. Do you favor civil rights legislation? .. .. ...... ........ .. Starkweather is already IK isle's'x investigation dis more than hulf a mile cM, U. s I t"m'
bond! on a first degree! arson \ 1''I'rll1llhich.' he slated., the smoke reducing!! tnillic. to .1 i
3. Do you support my plan to give Congress closer: super in connection IIh the ,1 the f'>otlearorn by crawl in placet
a
vision over the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)?.... ........ .... ... the home ot FI(nora .I'eillher. Spasnuxlic ,'ulhurel'l counlv ,
Feb. I I. %... In addition Rio Jensen Beach, Port Saler fire departments busy throughoutthe I j
4. Do you believe greater Federal participation should be from his home and from the Palm City and Martin (Coimiv weekend! '
given the fight against beach erosion in South Florida? ........ .. -- -- -- .- - ,'xp F ,

,. Do you agree that stronger U. S. efforts are needed to $8XX) ()()() Matching! Gift to Lobster Project
halt allied trade with Cuba and to bring sanctions

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against Cuba by the nations of this Hemisphere

6, In selecting what will be broadcast. the major TV networks Florida Oceanographic Society
and advertisers depend in part on the "ratings"
programs receive. Congress has investigated "ratings"
services and is interested in their accuracy and tho
effect they have on what is offered to the viewer ...... .. .. Being Formed Here for Science It

The following are the most listened to TV programs according I
: to a recent "rating:" ( I) Beverly Hillbillies; (,overnur Tarns Bryant reveal. would > ing ,lor. a charter, Objective-I, M Ci I. 1 la\id II Iron I
((2)) Bonanza and (3)) Dick Van Dyke> Show. ed here ThuroaIhul the Colo I he promotion of( marine William Todl! land Herhen Brunei
Does this "rating" reflect your listening habits? .. .. nUll Research Institute has given search with facilities tor \ \\c are ideally situuiid both
a check lor SH.IKKI( > lo the Florida or rl."denlClentlSl\. re'l in proximity to the (JIlt, Stream
Please Mail Return to: Paul O Rogers, M C. Room Conservation Department to aid | T he origin.iting group eOI" and in having wide, bins ,md! nv i ii
ill House Office D. C 20515:! the lobster research I' fA fl
Building Washington : spiny) project ol Stephen Schmidt C lifton ers nearby: said Schmidt' '
here .
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J. I I". Hunt president! of the research ..
institute!, a J.lmeRand I Challenges Comity Measurement, i iI '-9.-t, .
Two Stuart Girls Attended M1 11,
philanthropy also revealed thai I 66 I II "' j jv. '

one-third Public Health of the Laboratory toot space on in Seventh Ihe. ... a.roAb.4':: .... .." ." "/ = .
Science Lectures MiamiMary I Pittman Asks Court Order
at Street here bus been offeredfor WOODS A III.,V7t: m theB.ikei Road area kepi Miilm ( runty fire departments busy" from Thin/
use by the marine scientists". i i Jail\ allernoon through Sund.i\ Here Rio firemen ire shown butllmg this hl.i/c in the early stage' I
M. McCormick fifteen Lecturer Dr. Robert B For Beer-Wine
I was The $8.000( mutches a similar a LicenseA when it threatened several mobile homes
and Nancy C. McCormick, seventeen -, Livingston neurophY lolo i'l and I amount appropriated by the slate I .
both of Martin chief of the General Research: this year for research bused at --- -- -
County High I
writ ol' mandamus! is being Beverage IXpartntenl ol I lorida
School, were among 400 studentsof Support Branch of the Division ol I I the House! of Refuge Museum on II sought in Martin Circuit Court that a measurement of test between restaurant and a (local church has nary pc'elc-siriaii travel along l a \\'A'I/ON/ SCIIHLLK
high scholastic standing and a Research Facilities and Resources, I Hutchinson Island asking that a County Commission his restaurant at I illh Street seen measured three limes. and public thoroughfare I from the mum AM nH.S: MIMING: : l 1)\ It:
group of teachers recently attending National Institute of Health I A portion of the Public Health decision rejecting zoning that and Cove Road complies with county al no time has the measurement cntiance of rclulor's place of him- Because of the vacation sehed.
a special series of science lectures The "Holiday Science Lectures'are I I Lahoratoiy will be retained for would permit a beer and wine license coning regulations been agreeable to both /Pillman ness lo the mum entrance of said ale of city commissioners, the meeting .
at the University of Miami, cosponsored nationwide by analysis of solutions used in the I tar a Port Salerno restaurant The sepalJlion must he 2XX()()() and the county church." of City Commission' regularlyscheduled
Coral Gables AAAS to give superior students and I hydroponics experiments carried be.1 aside! feel between the place of business In the suit Attorney I r I lion t Judge 'I'rim hi nine h.1not yet for July I I Ii will be adjourned
"How Man Looks at His Brain" teachers the opportunity to hear out there Ross 1'itiman< of Port Salerno and! the nearest church or school Schwarz, who represents I'lllman set a tutu .lo hear the case. to Monday! July ?>1 ut
was the topic for the series, cosponsored eminent scientists discuss their loiter on Thursday it was an. hat asked Judge ('. Pfeilfcr 'I 1 row- 1 he route I followed in the measurement said! Ihe measurement considered! 8 p.m., it wan announced MondayThe
by the American Association fields in\ depth. nounced that a group is in pro.1 bridge to command and direct", ii by the route of ordinary ly the commission was obtained, 1 he Air force C'llIlIIlethlll
for the Advancement of I The UM series was the first ever cess of forming the Florida Oceanographic : the commivsion and County bngi- pedestrian! travel I iy nicusuremenls other Ihbii fol-( sonuwheie every Iwo minute's another British were the fiftl'!
Science and the university. presented in Florida Society Inc. here mid! veer Fred Bell to advise the Slate The route. between. Piltmun. lowing!! the shot lest route of ordi- plume refueled.' in flight| use a lightship in I7J2
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12.D TIIF STl \RT (Flu) NF'I .ur"lda June 2S, 1964 : "" .. '... ----... '- ...... n. -- Public
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PORT SALERNO NEWS Higher Span on J.. _11/.../..\.1..1"t. ," "1J. '., \ 1 4: '": by City on


fkftd MRS MARY DROWN, Correspondent AT 7-2996 Palm RoadArthur '' ' Funeral Parlor

,. City I t ):... M' a. rlf'r"u; ,
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M Dchon, as I l' A public hcirmtt al Tilv H i Ii I II
spokesman
Zone 2 Civil Defense Plans fur the Helen M DchonCorpoi.ilion ......j I on Monda. Pith .7. will di. q'
has asked the FortLaullenJule If' ,, whether a tuneral parlor is i.. I"
I office of (he Florida I : i" I IANCIIORAGE << ., established in I little Dixie
Extensive Courses
like Training Stale Road Department to conoid- 'ai > : At Monday evening's mm 1111,
er a higher span over PonplclonCreik ,, of the City Commission. RLS I I h, .
Martin County Civil 7:1(1 p.m. at the Port Salerno fin e- on Palm City Road when 1 lion No 778 was passed sl"llIl
to know Zone 2 of Port Salerno I house when it il hoped there will the present narrow span is replaced '1" 0> i hut 101II I I and 12 block "
I he a large attendance. Refresh. OWC Ruff Little Dixie \11"I :
he setting up training I menu will be served Tho Road Department announced division will be rezoned from K.;
TTii Dotty Council ef several divisions of recently that replacement n I to ('-I unless objection .is e\I'I.| i ,.

South Florida b proudto ers I'fR.c.o'llLS:' bridge, scene of numerous accidents ,. ted July 27.
present Certificate of The divisions are: hOI been approved In the The C-l 1 zoning will permit ih,
Merit Awards to !Ititt agcmcnl. shelter safety Mn. Dorn Ramlham had a. her county'i supplemental road budget construction of the funeral) prlor '
health and sanitation, house jtiiesu the past two weeks ior the new fiscal year. on properly' which Rev \ i
I defining young peeps and training, mass feeding her ton, Charter, hu wife and four Palm City Road is a feeder route Stone of Fort Pierce has ollct1.I,
...for outstanding straiion i and recreation children They spent> a delightful for U. S. I for the Sunshine Slate to buy from Taylor (Corpor i on
ecfivltln and exemplary igious affairs. day at the Seuquanum in Niiaml Parkway. ,object to the rezoning hemp!; M nt.co i iINSURANCE .
both The training classes Judy and Mickey Randham were Dehon, formerly active in the
leadership honoring
up for all how I interested entertained by MM Elaine Thomp. real estate busmom here prior to ------
family and community.% volunteer work by the ion tit the Fun-O-Rama with i a Jcvclcpmg Sherwood Forest Au- ;' : :
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(ivil Defense Training skating party luhon resort at Cedar MountainS :

classes will consist i t of a Little Barbara C., stressed the advantages to I '.'.'.
Padgett, two. -:'
hour course of i mull boating upstream" in the < .

j twenly.four-hour shelter year-old Mrs. Ellis daughter Padgett, has of been Mr. a and pa. reek allow if the the span was high of enougho larger .......",: ,'" ., I .', "", HI.., For aU

11-- ant Shelter even during training times is very of ticnt post at Martin week,Memorial after getting 1I000plluithill her :raft., and also passage hurricane protcc- Y\Cllf CLUB H01T-A.CAIE Siimannci owned by Past Commodore O I .; :! I.; your

iccially in southern < arm caught in a washing machineat !'ion"The Helen M Dihon Corror- I V, Sottong, was one r* 'he most colorful! boats which made the trip to Vero Beach Yacht Club on : : ; :: fecdl

II sometimes great need her home. She will remain for It ion," he wrote, "owns several Saturday returni'v <"lIaSlxlyello1hl Anch wage! Ilcmbcflook part in the visitation to Vero '"
shelters for hurricane several more week for treatment serer of land with! a center linen Beach Yacht Club going either by boat or car. '.\ "
11 t Is most important that and skin grafting Our belt wishes -- -- -"-- '- --- -- -
I Popplcton Creek. This creek 1---
knows where his 1I
in
to her
designated! shelter is II> i I I :an be used to (treat advantage I Stuart Postal Club's Directors Consider Closing fIRE AND ,...
John of Coral ror small boats both in tune i of EXTENDEDCOVERAGE .
Pedersen Gar
SANDRABAILEY also important to know \\
I Street School
on arrival at the shelter dens is a patient at Martin Mcmor storms and throughout the year II fiend OpeningOf by ,1' I
hit We wish him ,if the clearance of the span were ...
10 do while in the Hospital a speed) Receipts GainRobert 'Pirate's Den'
I ,uch that small boats could make Acting on an application from HOMEOWNERS ',
lasses will provide all recovery.
A Candystrfper at Martin lation. use of this protected: harhor Members of the board of direc Thomas L. Crook superintendentof MUI.TI-I'EIUL '\ ..!J
Memorial Word was recently received from "The boating industry and small L. West, postmaster, reported tors of Anchorage Yacht Club attending schools, the City Commission! "
Hospital This new recruiting 'Eugene Krcbs that he and La.< Mat use Is now such a of life ..;' .
Miss Bailey hn spent omplished by the end I Grand Marie Pendarvis were married I it would seem not unrcasonahle way to that the postal receipts for the opening ceremoniesof instructed City i Attorney T. T. AUTOMOBILE!

bat afteMchool own Those interested in s I t I in San Francisco, (alif, on ask that you give full consideration the Stuart Post Office for the period the new "Pirutes' Den Lounge"at Oughterson Monday to prepare a
tar !tbi past two yean I raining, or any other June 23, 1964.1118IS'US to a span that would permit I beginning March 28, 1964, the Buccaneer Yacht Club June 19 in resolution calling for a public hear 1 .
learning! and doing asa I Riviera Beach on Friday. ..
Tohmleer nursing assistant 'Civil Defense, are urged : the use of this protected harbor. and ending! June 19, 1964, or whatIs Mrs Edna Wolf, owner of the ing to consider closing a street in AVIATION ;_
Toil jar I tact Martin County Civil I PARK NEWSA It is true this needs to he clean- : termed the fourth t postal quarter Anchorage Yacht Club was among the rear of Stuart Training! School. 514 o::
director AI Kcaton or ed of growth and deepened $16,320.82. This
Mist Bailey was the mangrove were was an guests and dignitaries interviewedand Crooks asked for the
rector A E. Clements, welcome i. but ,it t is natural and the request t
only volunteer to be very warm ex- a 1 increase over the same postal' quarter filmed on the \\FAT-TV, -
awarded a cap, pia 552 I. tended to Mr and Mrs. Jerry Shamrock :only reason it has not been done in 1963 of $15507. "Night Life on the Gold Coast" closing of that section of Lake ALL FORMS r
and stripe representing The support of on their moving into the park is low clearance of the old 'For the period beginning Ian program Street between Spruce and Bahama CASUALTY 7' '
a total of 300 volunteer community i I. greally several weeks ago. Also to their I With such un I I. I9(>1. our receipts were $78- members of the Fort which separates the school froma ; .
servtet! hags hose in Coral Gardens, daughter Carlme "recce( and her I both the city county and bridl/e'l M6 72 through! June 21, 1963. For Pierce Fifty-five Power celebrated playground as a safety measure. -----
Park, Golden I Gate, children, Brenda and Billy. would benefit by the the same period Jan I I. 1964 Father's Squadron the s.
Farms, and Pomciana cility and better land use through June 19 1964 our re Day at Anchorage SURETY tf.f:
Miss Peggy Brown entered Mir il Yacht Club with a picnic on the LIONS: MEMBERS RELAXIN
urgently asked to have use and !safety of the harbor would :! I BONDS +
Memorial ceipts are 58.O S.03. or an increase :' THE SUMMER: TIME
tin pital Sunday evening pool groundsThere
atives take this be worth much over the veers in -.
part in $1.47811:
I of West declared '
to have her tonsils and adenoids better taxable improvements and will he a special meeting Stuart Lions Club members have I\
The
next meeting of of the Yacht Club board
removed Anchorage
Salerno Zone 2 Civil pleasure to the taxpayers 'in the decided to take a holiday Their
I true of the facility which can be members In the club dining roomat session of June 24 was the last BILL BERRY AGENCY
be held on Thursday. The Gehhia family has had every I 6:30 .m \Vednesdav June 24.
pleasant .trip, so far, headingfor made possible by your interest in I II from you and to know that this p regular meeting until Sept 9, members -
long Island, N Y They I I providing a good clearance for idea has a worthwhile public interest -- -- voting to dispense with July 620 COLORADO VENUE
SOUTII'S BANKS! II \ spent a few days visiting their son small boats. I and will\ he given the study The odds for a cow hearing and August activity, except for the '
$61 BUI.ION and family in Baltimore, Md. I W! _will__ _appreciate__hearing it deserves" I triplet calves are 40,000)()() to 1 I. monthly directors! meetings.-- TILEPHONE: 287-0966---
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Residents of the South Mr. und Mrs. James Heddonare
DAVIDWAGNER deposit in hanks' in their
hurry to have their son home
stales approximately $ from a West Palm Beach hospital
(000), the
nation's third < I I He is doing nicely after his fall
gional amount, the
Mr Wagner. I Seniorat office of the U. S. Derarl
Vero Beach Ulih Commerce reported. It I Farm MortgagesGain
School, set out to capita average ot $1.
that teenager! I the estimated < in State
prow ) .( )( a r e a
s
tad Sat Driving Recora WOOlen and children
can fo together.A Vxtcen-Male region Florida farm grove and ranch
desire to be more real estate mortgage recorded
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thai Jude "&'IJOd"driYlll' I during last year came to $71,434,.I
brought him a 300.() a gain of 13 per cent over oat suss 4 3 OKEECHOBEE ROAD MUUM
third place in !the the previous year, compared with II
State Championships a ,17 per cent national increase, I i
of !the Teenage Road- the Florida Stale' Chamber of Com Oth f Florida locations
04, ipouond> by the merce reported OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY
Jayceef and Ole Independent 7.Z0n'I The principal single source of I I MknsmS. tnU.OUIIGt ocati iMwuKwiau tlltAliOO '
: Insurance these funds borrowed by Florida L't iituutjtm AYL PARKING

A 0v I armers was Production Credit I I IM71 *JW'47 J4VMM
I&I M Associations which loaned $27
I I 360KX(( or 39 per cent of the to-I I -Th -I
lal Nationally these association I
loaned only 9 per cent of the total [ Vinyl Asbestos DU PONT CAST IRON:' CAST IRON PRE. HUNG
y a : "Another lending source of farm
sit ,, mortgage funds in the Mate was SOIL PIPE SOIL PIPE
s ndivkluals who loaned 16 per I FLOOR TILE LUCITE DOOR UNITS
I cnt of the total representing $11,. I
( .29OJO.( )() The Federal Land Bank I II fITTINGS LENGTH
45 SQ. FT. WALL PAINT
System loaned IS per cent or $10 I
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7I3X)0( ) ; commercial hanks loan. 4"t 2" single hub. $2.21

ed 13 per cent or 9287000. In. I II 4" Wye . $1.96 $1162LOCK
TERRYMELTON trance handled $5,. $699 3" hub.
I companies : $486 4" Tee . $1.96 single $2.87
)((10,0(1O) ()() of the annual total am I I

da NM I the balance $7,143,000()() cami. I PER CARTON 4" Comb. Wye 4" single hub. $3.45SHELVING NOT INCLUDED
from the Farmer Home Administration GALLON
TRINE PRIVA1E Fir and '/, bend $2.56HARDBOARD
A member of Dan MoCarty and miscellaneous sources
Theodore Puikston Jr.
Nutrition High SchoolsYouth Council Mr and Mrs Theodore !
ston of Hobe Sound, i is a CASES mm INCIRCUIF
MA Melton has ATTIC COUNTER TUBENCLOSURE
actively and IUCCeeIW1J ber of Marine Battalion COURT I
ins Team 2/6 which
participated in ) 4 S SHEETS
(Chancery x
: pcrsuadioi his feDowrtudentf departed Camp Lejcunc Marjorie W. Smith vs John 1 x 12 White Pine
a to buy June,, aboard the Navy attack I COVERINGs' $1.71
N that art nutritious- port ship USS Monrovia H 'ooper, uniform reciprocalact STAIRWAY\ Untemp. .

M wen\ u delicious. tour of duty with i the ; I Philip G Nourse. I 1/4" Temp. $4.18i8"
He has been selected Fleet in the I Paul E, Moore vs Dorothy Lee 3 ,c 11c
Moore divorce T. C. Houk. I
by the Fort Pierce I : Pegboard $2.97V4"
American Legion Potts M.inun McKinney Carpenter $13 8 5 $1195MIAMI
I Pegboard $4.70 LIN. FOOT
ene of Its rep. vs Robert I.cc Carpenter divorce; SQUARE FT.
reantttlvM to Boy PNt+CKeS jl M I Elton U Schwarz I

State. Dell..., i Morgan S Laity vs Jean Ilaitv .
complaint for divorce; Harry I Ii
GLASSPATIO
Jot *won1yov, 287.5019 i Donlcy BATHROOM I ROOFING MATERIALS CAREY


II honoring Young/ people.these fine.. Owned by Chink Stll1 I TILE BOARD 15-Ib. and 30lb. FELT . .. . $1.82 DOOR RANGE

I end the kundieds nit Port Salerno 90lb. ROLL ROOFING . . $2.69 6/01 6/8
4' 8'
< x x HOODS
I fhem..whoareour Road Service 235lb. Sclf-Sealing SHINGLES $7.49
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bopM.and our countr/i Open 7 days a week I SQ. $5700

bop for thi future. I $784 5-gal. ROOF COATING .. . $2.95 $2 3 50

Ah PER SIIFEf 5-gal. ROOF CEMENT . . $3.15SHEATHING COMPLETE WITH SCREEN
' rcetttf.caleJklt mTBOAT

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U Foam TOLEV Rubber I & LkIi PLYWOOD MOLDINGSWINDOWS

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<>-I'4* x 8' EXTERIOR HOUSE 4" BASE .6cH.
SALERNOShipyard No. 23 . $13.98
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ATIa" 7.I'SI 5., .Inc.COMtUYI AT $2195 $358 $606 %" Cove . 2e ft. No. 24 . $16.98

PORT IAI.f.RNO PER SHEET GALLON 2'* Crown 3 /.e ft.No.25. ..FTE. $2229COMF1


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Beach, installed PIPE
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dairycouncil of florida Slate Society, \ I TILE
Sons of the American Revolution .. 21' LENGTH

at the l.angford l Hotel, 50-LB. CARTON W x 12" s J-T 1/ . . $".35
JACK'S Winter Park. He is a Palm Beach '!4" x: 4* I: 8' INTERIOR If.: . . 2c ft. =rr. -
OPSOUTH attorney and hal served on the ft' 8d 16dVHITE S" . . $326
STATION Florida Bar Association's Committee V . . 3V4C 1"
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an&w.utmtCR and Objectives. He is well. . . $5.94

MIAMI, nx AlA Jack Port Saundtnon Salerno AT his known work throughout in patriotic the and state phil.for PER SHEET IMP ROLLS $612 $60 0 SQUARE fOOT 1%" : : : : : : : : : $7:16you'd :

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4-B THE STUART (11..) NEWS Thursday, June 25, 1964'' Was Honored by I Eno-Gale
Wed Mrs. Ludlum
Lee Hansen to I 1_ "'-" """ "' ''''' ..........-............

Robert L.. Rice on SaturdayMr. I SOCIETY NEWS Surprise Baby Shower Tuesday I Wedding on


and Mr: Claude HlQllen'announce '' ses were Miss, Sue Retto and Mrs. Mrs Noah Ludlum Jr., was lum Mrs. Lida Tucker Mrs. Eth- : Saturday
the hpproachins marriage Maurice Powers "> J >iMMM ws &<% f-'d"< honored at a nUT2iy shower el Lane MM. Inez Muggins, Mrs.
of their Unuahlcr, Claudia Among I those attending were: I j Tuesday. ; Mrs. Rose Elton Schwarz, Mrs. Douglas \ Mr. and Mrs. Albert fin.I II ,,
Lee to Robert!L.: Rice Saturday./ Mrs. Claw Hansen Mrs K. Rice. Public j Library Arrivals: Uishton. who will be the !baby's Kirby, Mrs. Ralph Ward, Mrs. i I Madison Avenue announce the
of
June :27! al :2! p.hi. in SI. Joseph Miss Ruth Ann Rice. Mrs. Edith great-grandmother at the home Mark Baker, Mrs Woodie Jones, of
Catholic Church.A Bulls. Miss Lana Martin Mrs Mi and! Mr Eugene Mormsette! approaching marriage t h< I r
reception will he held ,11 the Benin1. Martin. Muss Kathy Reed, : "North River Shore. Co-hostess Miss Thelma Mithis, Mrs. L. W. daughter, Judith Ann, to Richard
Hansen homo ,,,1101\11111 Ihc cere Mrs Pit, H.ikfi' Mrs Louis Brown Outstanding Books was Mr Douglas Kirby. Ludlum. Mrs. B. H. Lane Mrs. Clayton Gale son of Mr. and Mrs,
mony. ,,ml Mi--, I iK '-else' Prizes were won by Mrs. Con David Fee ST. Mrs Freddie Davis. Smith Gale Palm City.
All; friends .IK iiuMoil,, rad Hardie Sr. and Mrs. David I Mrs. Conrad Hardie S"? Miss The ceremony will be held jt
the I bridc-dcii "." honored it foU .1.1lIrpn..... xhi'',,. ,"cnlh yarn ilk 'ik ",I"'j' ,'I, ,"I' ht'iut I, ,slit' Added to Shelves Edward Lcightsey. the last five from Fort Pierce. June :27! at 3 p.m., with the Rc\,.
hMiss I ( anal I',ower, i ,".hole' ""t I /Ii.l.ehaid,, l dollal I served. William Fowler Mrs. Wallace Sum- A reception will follow at the
I utunkhanicn." hy DcsrochcsNohlccouri. "Anyone Can Fly" by Jules Others attending were Mrs. Mary McCarty. Mr. Trade*inds.! East Ocean Bouic-
The curutor of the Bergman Beginning with the premise John Sawtell, Mrs. Donald Lud. I Walter Dickey, all of Fort Pierce. yard All friends are invited
National Museum of France re that every one who drives can
counts the history of the young IIy the author himself a licensed .
Egyptian/ King and the discoveryof pilot, takes the reader step by step
his lomh and burial treasures. through a do-it-)yourself' pilot instruction i
.in archaeological 1 find of the first 1 course' Clearly written
T "magnitude I the illustrations\ I many and illustrated RUTH ANN RICE

illihich arc in color are superb. I "Collected Poems," by Horace Ruth Ann Rice '
Y I the I Road lo Huddcrsfield A I (Jre ory. Vital poems with a disi I II
ltiirncto Five Contincnti." hyI i tinctive vision of the modern Honor Guest
I lames Morris. A n around-the- I world. \1'
world account of the World Bank I I "Power in Washington" by I Of/ D.A.R. Here

.n work from conception at Douglass Cater. The national affairs Ruth Ann Rice daughter of
Brctlon Woods in 1944 up to the editor, of the Reporter examines Mr. und Mrs. Raymond Rice .
I I ,
ll includes the life of its
present the power of the Prcsi-1 I North Federal Highway\ Stuart,
l long-time president and a survey dcncy. Congress, political parties was honor guest at the annual I
oi, the projects undertaken through i and the press. This calm critique family picnic of Halpatiokcc Chapter
Jd hunk loans I of the strengths and weaknesses
DAR held last week at the ,
Man-made America" by Christopher ot our government! should he required Stuart shuft'lcboard court.
Tunnard. An examination reading for all informed I She is the recipient of the chap
of t h c landscape of mid-century cllilens.I ter's scholarship to Indian River <
America with particular attention | "'I.heir Heads Are Green and Junior College and is a dcsccn- :;, lWOR.TGA..GE.LOA.N"S: .
to the vast rural-urhan fringe Their Hands Are Blue," by Paul dant of the Rev Samuel Rice of ;
ureas together with a possible solution Howies. ravel e\ays-nol about Connecticut, who was an early'
of control through design | the lands where the Jumblics settler of Stcuben County, N. Y.,
Telling illustrations of interest to live"-but about! areas of the and whose son, Stephen, was the
all Americans.The world, that few Westerners vi8il.Ecel'l '. ;
first white child born in that county '
'
Ready M buy ill
Stop
Two-ocean War," by Sam.I i for one essay on Central 1 -
uel Lliol orison.. A short history! America all these! pieces are con She in planning to major in hor
i of the United States Navy in the cerned with remote spots/ in I the ticulture./ and get ItcH and Ii.8U.bout
Second World War. An excellent Hindu Buddhist, or Mohamme- I
history concise clear and dramatic i dan worlds., Mortgage Plan fast Nnia.s .
"Americans, On Everest" by Mrs. Polly Miller

The Deputy," hy Rolf Hoch- | fir Ullman.i II l American Official account expedition of the to I Has Two GuestsMrs. I eonvMiient (and mooqn eng) btas*"
huth Ihe controversial play dealing -
with the failure of Pope Pius reach the top of the world's highest Polly Miller Coral Gar- .
XII to speak out against. the mur peak in 196.The drama, dens, has had as guests, Mrs. Bet .
courage and hardships of the ex- ty Vcazie Jacksonville and Mrs.
der of 6,000,000 Jews with the I .
aim of touching the raw nerve of I pcdition are vividly portrayed often Margie Kautio, from Jacksonville
9 Christian conscience in the climbers' own words and Norfoik'a" ![ Mrs. Venue and
q "Servant of Peace," by Dug I "Comrade Don Camillo" by Giovanni Mrs. Rautio were also guests of
Guarcschi Once again the .
Hummarskjold. A selection of Mrs. Mildred Pittman and Mrs.P.
indomitable Priest Don Camillo, OMMUNITYEDERAL
speeches and statements. A full O. Smith of Port Salerno
and authoritative presentation of 1 confronts his Communist adyerI Mrs Rautio plans to join her

Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0 the ideals and thinking of the man I I sary.battleground Peppone,In on his the latest ideological' husband ut J.Norfolk.E. Rautio, who is stationed I
who served secretary-general of
n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G the United Nations as from 195. un- ', lure Don Cumillo, adven'l Mrs. Vcazie is a beautician In
i several of the Party elite
til his death in 19/\/\I. Jacksonville AVINGS'ed
Need Milk Gals On the Go Need I I upon Russia. Armed with .
o ..OCIATl04
,, ". the Go Need Milk Gals the when damIs .1'11.' .... ..*....P LeIB.
Milk Gals On CARD OF THANKS I cell leader of Ihe traveling ing of town a new
I entourage und in the process returns completed The action moves THE JUPITER OFFICE *
Gals On
On the Go Need Milk I wish to thank my friends for \several of his wayward flock back and forth in time and the ,
Need Milk Gals On the Go their curds, flowers prayers and I back to the fold. A delightful book uprooting of the inhabitants portends 92* North Alternate A.U
the Go well wishes during my stay in the I "Flood by Robert Penn War a beginning. 744-459
: On the Go Need N hospital. They were greatly appreciated ren. A romance of our time. A I For the mystery funs: "Nerve"
Need Milk Gals > P.t J Snow, Mgr.ItSOUICIS .
i Francis "Five
successful screenwriter returns to Dick ; Days toOblivion.
lilk Gals On the, Go Need Milk Ga \ \ his native town in Tennessee accompanied \ ." David O. Woodbury; I
Marie Ilironimus b famous director and "Dames Can Be Deadly," Pet NOW EXCEED $30,000,000

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I TSVO 'bedrooni furp/ Ued< ATlantic 7,1550 I apart f icnt. Cfcan.( cointor;\ wants burn-sit. W. a Wagner Co. AT 7-489( car' Call Jack Bruicl at 287- lots. High| apd dry..
i ; !D. tWANpluhlc.- Also I' \ own transportation or AT '-169 tf ((71)) I 1214. Merlcle Motors, Inc. If ((81)) Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT" Shows a Profit For Vacations
\ fir leaf. 70201) 6 21 ((4K| ----- t( ((90))
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VNT .\I) __ (( ( Secretary inter Mower and PISC. WiU{, clear I lots( HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 TWO bedroom home, with ale General Development Corporation last t year was" .1 i retonl.breaker
rent 2 bedroom vacation substitute or cut trees Fence posts and pilingsfor _aasns ...atRaa x bath on large lot carporv, awnings operations are back in the for visitors to I lorul i's slate forests

-- apartment, clone )In. $75. Typing, shorthand. sale. Lawtoa. Wall Phone AT IN Rio good building lot, $000, and fireplace nicely furnished profit column Charles H Kell- with more t thin 100000()
NFWS 'V'l' AIV' 287.1685 or 287-5369 tf ( 8' 'billing and bookkeep, 7-M04., tf mV ) Also two hedroom home near SH.SOO.) ) Dial 287! -(0070) (). or after stadt hoard chairman and chief campus, fishermen and picmck

A. Stuart News. ly good well, utijjty room 6 p.m. 287-2102: :_ tf ((90))) executive officer of the SV71- ems turnung out tor outings and
RATE: Five cents per average ATT ACTIVB: etHclcncy 6.25 ((48)( ) \ F Spccialuf." ) ; Wujelow,,1 ant l screen ujktg m bock 14x20 feet, $9-: (00(1000() Miuim-buised! land company week-end'launts. and it is expected -

word, minimum charge per insertion RIo. Pleasant location .' ',-1'y .. repair Glass rcpfaccment parts IftO. Inquire C. Wilhelm, Box Cherokee StockIs told stockholders\ meeting that the stale Ion.sis will host
$100 (for up to twenty easy distance of dock Ca and service f u}tam vorkAlign; IW2-. Stuart Fla 7-2 on Jyne 18. even more visitors, this car
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((90)
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Supply Floridians
Reasonable year-round rates: Transcrrcll( The 'Though thousands ol
: : \ \ company, developer of
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CAPITAL LErTEIncept 7-2583 aKt J p.nv ( ( t'Va'-rotes-sus ,'1 Service Inc, AT 7-2148 7-9 ((71)) OWNER going North must sella I Port Charlotte Port St Lucic and oulof.te1'Itor' descendon
word, count as two. words cacb. B.TJ, Abbott, Star ltJe'1 Service Station now ; beautiful lot in North River The entire stock of Cherokee I Port Malabar and other, city-sized on four !state forests earls. not

White( space above or below or Beach, Fie tf ( ) on U. S. No I CONTRACTORS equipment for Shores. Lot I 16, Block 4, North Apartments. Inc.. was transferred I Florida communities, will enjoy( one of the lour could he called
within ad will! be charged as the : I Available (fyr louse rent or sale Water pumps, concrete Fork Road zoned single family Monday June 22. from RoscocH I profits of I 10( cents a share for the a tourist mecca."
c:.'nhcr of words (five) that could FURNISHED: Vroom : you and pny while I misers, air compressors, vmJ- rcuilinccH Price nq nil cash deal, and Lois phiJhrick to W. H. first six months of 1964, kcllstadtsaid. Ulackwalcr River Stale Forest,
be printed in the blank, line, or Very clean. Frost proof Reasonable inv ll\lnent\ Masters, (umitc equipment, air- $2.750, FIRM: PRICE. Contact and Margaret! 0, Wagner. I with 1(11( 166 acres ol :forest primeval
25 cents per line erator New electric range. Writ, Sun Oil Co,, tools, vibrators, hose and mj.scclriui ., LeVy) Real Estate.." Realtor Route According to Wagner the Based 6.898.76 is above all else a: forest-
shares
Display Classified'rates on plete privacy. Adults. Call. AT \ Palm Beach FU, ()II\ news. 1I7.14O.C:! \ np,; 2, Box 74, Fort Pierce. 461-6566 property located at( 701-767 Tar on this l would outstanding wild and unsulliednhm its recesses

application.' 0768 tf ( ) TE 2-3139, after answer call 27-074,3. 6-25 (,7\\) 7.2 ((90)) pon Avenue, (11)t.linilyone S690.000 compared, with bo earnings ahoul arc deer turkey\ hear and

: If ((10))). RI"' a'e'X"_' r"r"rrr b'srors0!' units in nine buildings, of $157,196 for the I wild! hogs I I'our tre much an
These cash rates, for ads FURNISHED, apartments oa NEW same period flow" the
are two bcdropm home; one anglers delight! through
brought or mailed to The Stuajt er, 3 rooms send, efficiencies. I i and. IlIlJ1be-; yard PLANTS & SnWCES '7) i bath, Corner lot, Legion HeiuhtJ.!" nRI>Wn'S BID 1 ISSUEIsSFUL ; lust >cur forest( and thirc are two I lakes. each
News with payment If you are a and dock privileges. (' block plant and $10,990. Casy terms W, IL Wag- UIVPtRULVSt Kcllsl.iJt. said that an aggressive well..todedith bass and bream
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Stuart News mail subscriber or are Motel, 443 North Indian Or will rent Call I Der. Co., AT 7-4880! or AT 7-1 o96.tf ; sules promotion campaign is, !soon WilhliictHKhce State forest near
CANS
listed in the Stuart telephone direc- Drive. Jensen Bca(,h. AT tf ((50)) PLANTS Sprinkler systems., 'I ((90)) O* I to be launched Brooktville a vast urea totaling

tory you can place your ad by telephone If ( ) ,' _JU landscaping soJL Fastest! growing -- Acting on the authorization of 113,000( ) acres. is spread through
Dial ATlantic 7-1510 and nursery in Martin County. Pelican LARGE 2-story apartment frame C'i i 11 I Y C'ommission, Mayo;; Ray to -" four Florida counties One portion
say "I want to place a want-ad." COTTAGE for rent Clean I ) 53 I Nursery, Loop Rood (S-76A), I house Near 'school! Each apart- '(ooke and. City Manager Joe I For Sale, Miscellaneous 178aNMNpalaa'OIMdIIM"1N of the forest is so primitivethat

7SPlNhBN 1nt-arm' ,- comfortable $15 a week. : L kI>... Palm' City. AT _7-1918 I ._!tf_(75)( ) I ment has two bedrooms living ( rowder awarded a contract for i gMra............,.u.. some/ of the few panther remaining -
287-0902! after 6 o'clock. tf, ( ) : room, dining room, kitchen, bath. two cars for administrative and in Honda have chosenit

iv Give your mail I I address as I'' efficiencies I : $ apd 0.rewarJ.while. Lost Poodle.near COCOS ft $100\ PLUMOSA eadbu (buue PALMS, Passion' 5, All rooms large Needs repairs, police use to Web Ord"a\ Motors I! for their range.
(1'10well I' 'FURNISHED\ 5999. AT 7-469T If ((90)) Inc. on, Tuesylay.Ordway's I through the forest is
as your telephone number I or utilities ) .. Call 287- Stephonons Vines. Powder Puff. I WE'VE GOT THE Coursing
" in your want-ad The Slu- ; Adults. season Summer, rates to I. 6.25 ((11)) Bottlehrush Citrus Lychce Man CANAL lot off St Lucie. I.ot7jo. hid for I two 1964 r; the Withlacoochce River which
'' has hundreds of I ( Fords. including trade-ua. was $3.I I widens at one / into Silver
art News w point
5 Harbor
. I| ber.1.1 South of Stuart. AT 7.19 ) '!''''' <"" f<>> y"\ go. Jahouticiiba, Avocado Ceylon 100x125.Best UER J
\ 5SH The other hid from .
out-of-stale subscribers' who offer $200. Lou Bock-: only) came I I ake-a beautiful sue for camping
Peach over
I after 5 p.m. tf ( ) i ( 55 Macadlpmia, Nut Bill Chevrolet (
Greene t ompany .
best picnicking swimming boating -
possible
are your prospects : crt, 49 ,,0 N. E. 27 Terr, Pom-
trees Pigcuppks ,
sales and : ... .. Raspberry whose bid for two 1964 Chevrolets and McKcIhan Lake,
for real estate ATTRACTIVE efficiency a '"... ;' Strawberry, ( VISIT puno Beach Fla. 3990204. tf(90)( ) CASA RIO fishing
mava Had--
, rentals, boat, help wanted, ., 1i was $4(194.I3.Annapolis( within the hounds of the forest, is
ment. Ground floor. Near i NON Y M O U S ers Kurscry.) White i City, 7-30(75)( ) BOAT MOTOR SALES hoc
FOUR bedroom ,
waterfront home another
trailers and
sere : popular spot
gardening .
schools and Call AT 30 Wed-
part : m.
. ices s. p every rl'il'}' "Jf".... d'-'''''''. Will trade for vacant land Write I was named capital I 140 Rout. TOT a... AT 7.M44tf At Blaikwater. and at Withla
Church
tf Community ,
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t., ,% ",..,.-' ,. For information, For Sale, Miscellaneous 78MUSICAL I Bon 23, Stuart, Fla. tf ((90)) of Maryland in 1694, (178) coochee State Forest, public improvements *

PLEASANT one bedroom ] tf ((55) ., 1 -. -- -.... .-. -. -- -. ---.-, -. ..-.. -, are continually being
) jet*'''' '''"" NORTH River Shores Road 3 BR I \,4"11'" -' .. miide facilities,
-sanitary deep
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: fen; rent Within walking
1
Sunken bathtub carporte with
tance of alt stores. Also: prIce lot your carl INStKUMENTS built-in REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 wells. access roads, camping sites

(Numbers over 100 refer to dis- I ment ii\ Port Scwall Call AT Bruicl! at 287-1214. 1 room with Bar-B-0 Cathedral ceiling Large Large living I 110' "" .. ..,.. ., ,I,... ., .>" <"" ,, ,.... "1111' ten mounds, parking:: slots t andpumped
play classified ads, which appear '89Z, tf ( ) Inc tf ((55)) I Lowest Prices In FloridaGUITARS kitchen with ample cabinet's and sand for beaches
after the end of( the smaller ads in ----- ---- Iwo other state forests are not
numerical order Be!; sure to look I" Beautiful all-modern 3- ( rental( for Electric hrUst} bar. Circular driveway on so large or as well developed but
DRUMS PV\NOS( lot: Full $1270000.
large corner I ,
price visitors have increased and
in both placet ) I furnished apartment. with p u r ORGANS after some
I Call 5 for appt. will) be added Oneis
distance to everything. Call Lustre! Hartm.in- B. ARBOGASTEAL'f new facilities
FOR RENT 35-135 500:() pm. t. l 531 South EASY TERMS 1287-4710. (tf CW) Pine l.pg State Forest! near Pan
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138WANTFO I 667 <' TAJ:992 tf ( g 6-25 ((55)) SALERNO Area, I 12 miles West lC. ama City; the other is Cary State

TO RENT 40-140 --- MORITZ PIANO CO. from' U. S, No :I. Salerno road ) Forest! near Jacksonville
STORES and offices to River Park, ESTABLISHED 1925 All the forests are managed by
HELP WANTED J 43-143 to Smith toad, then U mile Northto I
or Fast Ocean Blvd. Any 5:00 or 5:30: p,m, 112 No. 5th Street road I the Florida Forest Service and
48 148 Darling on eoh Avenue Stuart AT 7-0440
Employment \anfcd; Write A. P, Krueger. 1 1170 Tuesdays' by man Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 erty 10 acres srJoo. EAciUent prop: the ages responsibilities\ I include

Business Oppo{limit) les 50-150 I Ocean Blvd Phone 287-24IQ. Stuart I'hone Fort _tf ((78) terms Kenneth P. F \tcr. Inc t PROFESSIONAL. EXC1LVISCE BUILDLNG projection from fire work
LOST & IOUM 53-153SC1UHLS 7.9 ( ) ( anytime or Stu Realtor, 2309 North Dixie West! )in reforestation, selective harvesting
54-154 ____- -- from SOU urn, to" TRUSSES elastic stockings Palm Beach, IE 3.3607.. 6-25(90)( ) I ---- Our Best Buy of timber, and limber stand
; knee anklets etc Stuart i
pads ,
I
55 15SUSF1I LAZY t ivin '!'t Brand new : 6-21 ((55)) improvement
SPFCULNOflCKS \ cious, Studio fluencies .. Drug Corn tf ('181! WATERFRONT lot with Pine The Florida Forest Service has
CARS 58-158, M mr w-... ,wa ----- -- 100 {feetOCKANFRONT x 1400 feet to I
Lighted tilt\ ft. fishing pier, trees on Hidden River Northwest co-operative agreements with theI
NEW: CAR 60( -16<0 I loo mature shade trees Sea & TRUCKS ,, SH 500 Shares First Mortgage of Stuart of Palm City. I HO1) North of River, HUTCHINSON ISLAND beIN I Florida Same and Fresh Water
BOX IS SJRVUFS 63-16:3 I Villas at 'iv ru''* jIo, common 51 lighthouse Point P new Murphy to two bridges IF.'-h.C;611\1111'\101"11. !so t hat legal
1 KAILFRS SERVICES' 68-161'8 I Bov 1511 Stuart Phone : 1958 Lincoln Conti- !! price. Phone AT 7047.: hues ttivcr. lUHI2i( ) : High ans( ecn r lame harvest \by sportsmen can
7.2 Air-condition- tf ((78)) dry. Paved road $2 1 .2M 0. terms lie ,
Services Offered Misc. 71-171 y I ) ZONED} COMMERCIALLong ( kept' ut i maximum
cqinpicd. Car in Kenneth p. Foster Inc Realtor. Far
) | from the glitter and the
PLANTS SER VIC'IS?: 75-17 5 I FOR Kent, 4 bedroom house v .< X7- r _rw
Sec at Jimmy's 2W9 North Dixie West Palm Terms neon of the city- and the workaday
For Sale, Mtttellantoui 7H-171: I pool on the North Fork. I North of Stuart FOR RENT 135 lleach TE M607 6.:s ((90)( ) circs these forests beckon:

Wanted To Buy (Misc.) 81-181 41.1.1. tf ((43)t) : I, or call 287.1550 1 MOVING: & 84-184 .m5 pnn. 6-25(58)( ) and freshness
STORAGE OFFICE for rent. (Weal fo/(; :._ FOR RENT 135 .
Real Kblufe: lot Sule111190\ surunce accountant, etc. Ji ,. I9W Ram Our Best Buy sRoman ---
Kciil Labile Wanlcd16196\ ()'''ellv & Co. 900 Plymouth fury Con- t uwuaw- .11; dt Catholics m Hong Kong
Ave, Ph AT 7-2VX: ) number 20791 I out ol a population -
; II ( ) Don Bowden ,
The
Homes of Week of .1711.000.( ).
r'" Csmvr Mills. /utl7u91 IN Stuart across from .. 287-4200) ) 6-25(58)( ) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS -
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FOR RENT: 35r One bedroom, "kitchen' Trucks Priced to GOOD( Rt:JIRIIKr Ii Block from Rivet 2 Bedrooms, : : :
and dinette. Newly painted Bath, ( Porch $6,750. \nrii fr;tup 1'1 in'it Hi-, .,/Iso'ru'if
t <* ** fr <164's r w ww I 8 ed from $1HM( ) up. II Clohed, T, < n MM i' tile floors. Furnished. $75 n her,'h> .itl\pii Iml (lh -
Co. HO-I-OHH() ( ), <
FOR RENT: bedroom furnished ing utilities 287-1051. tf ( ) 1960 DRF\V': : HOM: Florida Room Two Bedrooms no.,1.I ni',,,ml\ "nniiniaiunrra, '?(
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Indian River Sc walls 6-25 ((5H) ON <'n' riiin \\illi duet
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house '
on Ilurrk.uui Awnings $9,050. jira'I"u: : : ,, ;
I \ n:nubllo I I 'li:I III' I' ; I ,1
Point Yearly $125 per month. FOR rent: 3 room garage r t: f\ _'/''"J1J', y THE ST. 1 i AM ii i IK, nnn I Ih.ni'r; nit

Call 287-2197. _tf ((35)) ment close in. Adult I .. (3 LUCIEOne BETTER ia\N A MODEL HOMK This one has been II Ihv, IIHI niallfi atfill"1"11, mm I" ,,1I11rd.".m n"<',''"lull'iri('

Phone AT 7.4197 after 12 .. LIVID In Undtrg mind Sprinkler Hurricane Awnings houw In aainIt/ .1 1 I ilul I Hiln. t o .HI ,oml
FIVE room apartment, completely .. 1 ATLANTIC COURT and two-room rfflckncln.Spacloui U. .illnvsiiK, lion i ", "r l ih 7n-
Second floor. 700 6-25 ( ) Outdoor Patio Two Bedrooms Double Utility! Room Ina. H"II'IIII,"n'" slah( i snail' m 1o mlnh""m -
furnished .m. ..
Johnson Dealer flnoiN.,41un' '
-<*' r'noii 411III.11\ i ji 11\:11I\: .-c> APARTMENTS' : shaded grounds Ilorlda Room $13,500. ,
South Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or Sales, Service Parts. I iii 11.1 1 Nluai', '' '' 1.'Rmlh'

2871297._tt ((35)) FOR RENT OR SALE, of dependable Used vat BAIT OCR** govLwT+RB0I15EKICEI'.NO Shuffleboard.Parking Lot.TV Boat and Dock LoungeWeek << PRSTICK: UOMF': Excellent\ Neighborhood 130() ft. In Hi ,lion\ \ ''h H.oll Id..V lI.oII"'nll.1 MliiKlt nlllli' I".m-
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RIVERFRONT home with pool !IiI J J.J. .J:>.._ Factory-Trained TOART. FI.OBIUA ,with Citrus Irees Living( Room 23 IC( Dining Room 13 ft. KIN'(\Inn xi I (K-.! Hlrml.I h'imllvIti '

for rent. furnished or unfur- FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom : Inc RIO 440 BOAT Rt 707&: i I I ROOM .*AI'AHTMtUTi BATHSHUTFLICRO4IW Month Year ,Kitchen, Family: ) Style, 18 ft. Florida) Room 26 ft. -,\lr 1"
nished. Call :87-0948.! tf ((35)) Call bath AT house 7-2714- located after ned 12 noon.tf. ) 70944. tf (63)) : HATE COlHTiRKAI09AB1.B : 624 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT ,conditioner City wafer plus. well for Irrigation $22,000. H..lion l\ 1 a..I1 l Enmity i Muiiliili'"I.I.: nll.il: 1

TWO bedroom furnished apart- ( ) MOTORS REPAIR TV tOtlfOH: S1UAKT, FLORID I HIE ST. IUOE AT YOUR FRONT DOOR Cement Bulk- 1 S "'tl'"n \ III, \ Mull'If.IPI
I u. imll
mep. for lent in North River NEW unfurnished 2 bedroom have parts for all ...I.IJ', .*.....! K T.uly Telephone) 287-9812 I headed Lot Two Bed coins Two Bath Central Heal ,mu." II"(1. \ 1 HI!i |ti| >\liiltlplo

Shores $125 monthly year around bath house St. Luci Can test your coil W. T. FACET, Mgr F. E. WOOD, Manager I replace( Completely Furnished Outdoor Patio! ONLY mini, *(".il RImIhAIL .1''lr", in' Invltriln
Call 287-3547 _tt ((35)) near Ulmer: Motors, Dial 1111111) $26,500 Lot and tocoanut) Palms alone worth almost that nll\_ni1 and Ii. h. .nd
let. Central air-conJiUorung.; pj\ Dial AT T-WM tf dill ulirt I II'(.''rlIM'I! '! f Tlt'io.ml'; 1
$45. by the month rent. No "kids' $110 around Phone ) Your Friendly Dodge -- -- ----- -- much! vj \ i )
year I tf (63)) wasuswRyagRasar REax y....t9.OAemlaEXPECTING IIt( .+ 1'0'1'1'0'' '' 'rtis: ,
pets, kinfolk or foolishness !fte-aeh 732.3443 or wriW( { R- $ B j .'11.X K \ assists,
[6% FT. DOCK h only one of the nice features of this Excellent "i'In"'ilm, '"
Close-in nicely furnished apartment man, Box 2287. Delray Beach COMPANY )>>
: Complete line of ? (''B \I.'
Waterfront Home You will be amazed too at the value -
utilities }
tile buih, screen porch -
tI ( Marina Paints,
WONDER WHERE YOU'RE GOING IX BED THEM
DOWN
) and garbage service included. I -everything for '( :N'Ew on the market Lea than $13,000.
Inquire The Seven C's Grocery .LT-.1 Whl car Boat Works, I Call u. and stop worrying!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere '. ,

Store, North 4-lancd U. S. No 1 WANTED TO RENT tf (63)) that will mrpas) all but your own j

and North 20th<> St.. North Stuart CALL MARIE KIRK See NORTH RIVER SHORES
If ((351) \ 35 hp mow( ex MANAGER I j.j
_.L WANTED to rent year t I $310:: Phone" I Now Available for Your NORTH RIVER FOREST

NICELY furnished! Vroom all home.residence Responsible Need 3,or can 4 ,) <<< 5 p.m. 287-1261. Niagara.: Cyclo! -Mala.ge.: Units In Our Bags" '. w RIVER RIDGE
Adults
electric duplex apartment
6.25 (61)MM)
only No pets, Call: 287-1161 references Call after 6 p ro Southwind STUARTS LEADING WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES
6-25 ((35)) 7-0191 ;7.4 ( ) .ralN.arx.' I Motel iUA

bedroom furnished Jb 11II....... & SERVICES 68m NO.. \ -'STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773) Htt
MODERN one
apartmen, Special rate while IInp WANTED lUaIi.. =: : (141)LiS's V I ,.2& \190)I

construction ol? new three 2-bedroom ... U 1.(111.1(( $' (,954 Silver Clipper 'k"vtti-eE e'w' -- I

apartments is In progress SALESMEN wanted \to sell house trailer Very M !
next door 55 p. Seminole St. light insect traps for homes \ Best offer.( Tclo -

287-I 197. tf ((11)) farm use-. Call AT 74133.' tf ( ) ,. _jMW( I r C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I aeg

-- HAVE good; opening on well Mallet excep
tablished insurance debijk in and out 1.
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Stuart city limits. $100) : uwd pack-up cone. .

Marling salary Call 287-4811 per I : .' 1918: 287-578H Ford V-8, RESIDENTIAL' SPECIAL INVESTMENTS I
WAIITADS interview 6-25 ( ) trade' 6-25 (68) II J ( [ I SAVE SOUTHERN

ALFAR-BOUTtvCLL iiiYIMonterey ;; : .. _,. ......
DO THE JGB! Road, Stuart. !(!'f. I. WUFRIRfWr JttOt.) ) with breathtaking SLEEPER I. 271 ON SOUTH US. I 3 Bedroom WOODS AND
MI( 7(
taking applications for & > kw Beiuilifyllj lundscupedCeutcul HOUM 300 Mango" lrre Over 9

I Age 21-40 preferred Apply tni'n t4 Alr-coidilk>nJilf and Heat 326 ACRES FQRDEVELOPMEN'r Acm Prked right .it $30,000. SAVE MONEY

M person 7-2 ( ) Septic Tank Serr- 2 Bedroom 2 Ceramic Tile Baths 2. SPORE:, OFFICE and APARIAIENT

I AUTOMOBILE SAIESMAN and repairing Also GYftC( House with,/ 1 Bedrooms, kitchen. RENTAL" UNITS On ta: t Ocean
and re-btid BouUMra woodkndi mat
ton
Bill Greene Chevrolet Co. repaired -Near Golf Course -: Qnly fiir thone Blvd. Good Return: on \yivtymcnt. (*
1 AT 7-9862.0(70( n'liE111.1: : FRONTAGE ON NO. 714 ptoviil job latent\thnt mJUio
has openings for new and Mho can afford the. best A pleasure 3. 8Vi\ ACRES on South Fork J U Lode t opl.hu.tinl l and reaeaiom
car salesmen. Opportunities, -M ind TIRE to shoals I Ar M-W, PROPOSED APPRaVCH', Rivet Water ronbtip on both' tide tot mtllioni DIG'". ALL Southern,

I I high earnings on commission with( I Bear Equip- X l'ORE SI:WALL eu.tOJl'llllllle 2 B dryom MW: BRIDGE TO PALM CliY AND1LRNPIKE. of river Excellent for soul U water ra ..... !ha tin ton tout Mono,
sis Apply with Mike Cy-cene.' mechanic: will pay 30000. .y whoa wood tn destroyed by
2 Btith. Sacrifice it $27,500. : BOUND TO INCREASEIN front development Asking
..... .
I 6-25 ( ) \ tire wear. We have the bomiD. NEVER alan Dare
men. Your friend- 3. St. LUCIE ESTATES: 2 Bedroom, VALUE without UklBf adoq...". pr -
FLORID Registered ,;;; ULMER MO. 2V1 Bath AH GE Kitchen Excellent RENTAL 3 Bedroom- lutwM In adrmnoi NEVER

for progressive! growing AT 1-,)SS. H (7 IX location, $21,750. Buy It Now for $1250 per A. 1500 141. h. Commercial Bids. IMVI. a Ira anti tt I tf dad eat...
I chain Openings available HI BB EXTRA CAREFUL with
Dial ATlantic 1.1 550, Lauderdale, fort 'terc.. I tnggs StraJton. --- ---- ---- -- hissed mtcbi ud ...PNt'tt. -
Beach and; Stuart areas. \ and Lauson AIR
I opportunity for advancement In stock and 101 COLORADO AVENGESTUART PinL DORLOV BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATbnoc 7-2242 1- ',

and ask for the company benefits p' Mr. \ ULMERoMOTORS MEMBER AILS I 1\I RYTIMr A '::;';
ASSOCIATES
FLORIDA
p-mi. Br ward Drug Office, \ FOREST Fllt STRIkt!
1 I N: W 6th, Avenue, Fort 7-3355. Your Frrie;!d- ." .", .YOI CET IUINEIC6.B'IHE

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ACREAGE Scheduled for July 2nd,3rd:
10 ACRES
West of turnpike Hith 6M) lion loop Road. I
Partly fenced $8.210.(to ,
(;o td! lerms .
3.2 ACRES ( lost to liinipiko High around $1.600.00 I ( indcrella ,i one-act ptov lor riuliJuK 2.\. at the Riptide town Stuart
Term children ,b) Ruth Nekton, will ,to. Pla'er1IIIIe I ( '1 Ihuilrc. ihi former A cat of eleven' youngsters "
shown at 7.\11( p m Thursday and \Methods! church building down I _
uirunlK! the KipliJiPluvem -
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10 A \m niet, $5.fflmiio -
lerms _---_--.. -r.- __--_', .. --... W- ." .__ ______ IIIM offer for children 4L _
I hey are: Cinderella, Barbara Kin
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REAL ESTATE rOR SVLETHINK r'
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trek: ttcpmolher dull \\IXH' ): Matikla
TAYLORASHLEYREAL I I drlsclda. and Frump 'teplisters '
Nancy Jane Woodull Julie
__ J- Rnwcll and (.o>k Culhhcrt! lalry ,
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godmother: llnka Parks prim 1
ESTATEJim 1111 1111RALP minister. Arnold! TiKlur prince,

i Tun I Fuller: lCd} one 1 rayce Rein

\VIntchcad: ) rI HARTMAN JR. lady two Connie inker and lad
\ three Molly StuckiThi '\'.
\ son I \
(30 COLORADO AVE. I is a' new v.rsion ot t h t
PHONE AT 7-2440
,When You Think
-. e\'er-Itwell Mor) of "Cinderella"I
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I and pi ices emph.iv s on a ml It net
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE I .
-- "' participation 1 he lalry goclmoth'er
resorts, to help from the audietite .
110 F. OSCFOLA AVF. SIlHRr AT '. (i00 in working all her naglc
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FOR SALE .. 'I,". mainly bemuse .she i\ out of prac,

lice and not at all certain anything
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= to work Cm-
is going properly
MILES\ OF LOXAHATCHEE I dcrclla tlipper i it tried on )'oung- ;
stirs In the audience At the end
i of the pla the audience meeti
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New 3 Bedroom I Home \\ ith 1 l'' _. baths, :i I all of the character> and each child (

RIVER FRONTAGE I receives a peppermint! magic wand

corner lot, in Jensen. Low down pa> mcnt. The Pln>'er' Invite you to bring

I | your children Admission" price art
360 ACRES I nominal Adults nniM he accompanied .

hy a child.
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FOR INFDRUXTION: Write to W. H. WAGNERAT

tRACMINIARl: RrMXINS x ib ui iiii "id for in niny pkict ol NNICndu CI
Sail Catches
VINCE NELSONBOX 7.4880 AT 7-1696) ocean and bird life louml hv MI I 0 i hi Ii.i ve ol Refuge during I

I A duplav ol the (moment' I. in ilLxi i nil 1.11. m cshibil 4t t ihi IluHRST i t
122 JUPITER, FLA / I""I Bring Honors

PRTNCIPiLS ONLYSPECIALS ----- .
j < hell'l11e"" I "'i.I I II I I. '
tf (IUOI I Stuart Suilfihh' Club hat Issued 'I I or.l ih,ink u u' I Ivulue I I..

For HOMES citation' and button I to the following in such pra>ci" l Ii, II. /
fishermen through the I II man will answer this,' I P' "

INVESTMENTS Stuart (lumber of Commerce office by directing: the Ii.knl"" I
I : by LuederBUSINESS tu the psalmist' who I.I I II I I' twill
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BUSINESS Clifford Clampitt, C amhridgeCit I lift! tip mine t'I'" "'II'' rt
OPPORTUNITIES
CORNFR in heart of Salirnn 200' on \l \. 250 on I \. I Ind., Il'ven-foot, nix-inch hills from whence CUIIIl'rh II I :
cross street, !Motel or kliwe she for $I9 WATERFRONTAsk I with A. A. \\hmcar, the psalmist exp,'i..I I u' nc
200' COMMERCILATFKIROr (In City of Stuart beaullfirt Captain .
,, heard so we must pc:
"" 1'r.1\ ting
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high\ land, average!: depth 172 beautiful motel.boatel I Todd Rosborough, Omaha, lut! heard," 'he I 1IIh.) I 0)), I lloui
site. $23.0410. Us! You'll Be Glad You Did Nchr." tailfish. while" fishing aboard PRrSBVTrRI\N .suncinai al t 7 MI( followed hy speaker! will uyI .
the Ciulfsiream with Captain Pin. lake. I thIn ,'han.. .1 ,'hni h'dr'lll! at t Ml:I),
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100' x 215 SITE FOR PROI FSSION, M \". More or Apartment Von Jourdan. I Thc I Altar Guild, will iii.] I CI he
) in good business distrlel on main highway Perfect I. Sunday June 2 It: 9 am Sun I I Ihurtdi) evening at 7, FredrUnkl church on \VediimJant" .:,mi.,in,
;: ( 'itaiiont were issueda\ Rich' da) church nchoiil with classes lor will he host to (the ileuiontal at :2! clock:
for doctor or den II... 6000. I ard P Brown, Filujvillf, twenty- all 10 worship tl'r\lH' I ,
aget .nl. I i supH.r| meeting al lleyert The church it open eve' uv
TEN ACRES between busy hii.h: "ast. fine high!(: land uith new DOn OKe11i one-pound. dolphin, and for .. .New.. members will he rctciscil! KcMauruni The I rundship Sunday I for meditation and pr.. I
home and $4 800. per jear income Part commercial and fish to John T Hogan. Satellite into the ihurih thin Sunday M the 'sthmil class will meet al the

part residential zoning( Beautiful Investment for $55,000. Beach Richard W Drake Golden, 10 a.m icrvncLNIIH home of Mrs Kenneth limit al All I, SUMS' tPISCOPUJensin ,
with 29rr down By all meting look al this. and Company Coin Orlo ( Roshorough Fort 7:45. Mrs. Ucilc' ( lugut will he BiiithThiinday
900 Colorado Ave., (aero** from 1st National Rank) I Pierce Mrt. Valeria 1.: Rostior'ough ) CIIIRCII Ol- (IIRISI I I hostett" to the J () \ Sunday school
36 ACRES of beautiful land with 1150( U.S No. I Highway '. June 2' 10. m
on : Omaha, Nchr Fcr- .
Eugene ,
AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7.4121 (( onicrrgiillimal Palm ( 117)>>> { class al her home in H.irmma 1 cr. '
Good for subdivision "groies or motel.I Price $38000. with I II rone, l.au Gallic Mr. (' I I' RagI Rev J William Marvin will I race at 7 45. Holy (ommunion Inlrrl1l"1 l Lit
DON O'KELLY or BOB H II.LI.VMS I 'I God Miy He Our Ruk, ,i
29% down ley. Atlanta Ga, C P
-
ty Haglev continua h i I. ,interim ministry I !SiiturJay. at A'Vi the Rrnlhcr (Guide
SFr: Atlanta, (;a... 'ccil MenRockledge 1 Ia'. preaching, ncul 1 Sunday. on the ]
,
homJ 1 Indies' night fish fry will 'N I F riday. June 2i: i. ,i 0', Rcqucm
tLrlan.
A. Seville
r theme "Ihe I Power of ( bred I" I' '
held at kickulKfs tamp. with ,
I Holy' ( nlI11Un'PIl' IntLnti;iI
do and William( C;. Mil-
-- --- -- McClung will
the Sumlay 'tchool meet al John I omliniun and William ''
"I I he
-
Roland G. Lueder -- Departed
-- bourne, all from the 'Gulf.
caught 9:45 with classes for all MIS, and Lo"e an hiiitltI I II hUhlinday' after( I 1111' limtIH ,

stream he worship urvicc is at I II I clock I Al t the M,V!) I I am ftnr'ship : 7..U) a nm, I Ms ( I I' -
James Ml N.
REALTOR Vfayherry Airy, Th. weikly prayer service will I' t.1; : : 9 (II Ii.
w. B. TilTONREALTOR ( w,is cited for a thirty-three' stmcrs Kev I lorrist am morning pr '"
he held) I at I the church because nt I II Walkms will I Weak onI ( Of1lmun". \Unu tier S ntvhotil
729COIORUM) UrNLJ:: : SIL\Rr I IIORI1M pound snook : : : \
"' Mrs Carl t.cedurcaught the uail> Vacition, Hihte Vrvxil I tile, al lit Itosl At fi 1(1( he will ,
Young, ,
and the time it changed U, I rid>>) begin, a strict of dttcutsNwt with Monday June 20 s., Pa .
-: : l I !.! a \C\Cn-ftM. one-inch tail aftermHin al.Iud Hoth men the' popple of 1 the church m Holy (Comnn ,, :
Uish
whijc' aboard the ,
( ) fishing ,
:
and invited to this wrvke h"ul; "
women are IMMI for Our
I on at It there ajust" 8,1"1 i iSI
ESTATE Jensen Reach Florida AT 7.1411"resen1s" Skipper II, with Captain A J.
RIVERFRONT "
\\hiticarJames. I < [ vohifnin and ( r.ailon,
The daily Vacation Rihln School \I\M\ .,
D and) It the Bible the Word of hCIPUI
Bozcnvin, .
.j Orlandogot will continue each day from Mi>,,. I| (>IH|''" All young people' are in- I Thur"y" June 2' I I "I
FOR SALE I while a fishing u foot aboard, ten-Inch the "MilCish(iannct/ diy through" klj&IIt'1:;:V)'IJ' vited lo join (hit ttncuttion: group tam? Guild/ mwlmf ,In ,I..,1, '

II. with, Captain A. A. Whiticar, All children: m I from h. K) until 7 1U for the neil Sumaty June !<11. I tJ-: \
1. RIVER FRONT ACREAGE Jay Smith, Sooth Buy, caught are invited 'five Sunday' nlll>ll. Al the 7'4 after Trinity/ : Man' Hchansl I
200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful a even-foot, three-inch tadfish, I worship tcrviif Sunday evening. ; 10 a m. Mali, 1I.j. .
750 ACRES Includes nO Acre Island Ovir 2 i W D rlR.tr MLTIIOIMSI hit 1.pIC will h "JI'Caulll' WaC I charisl and ..,melfl,
Broad St. Lucie River Phillip Titutville. a iev-
mile waUr front on Si_ LUCM River Price 5(500.per ( I l'n.foot.t/ inch sailfish" Richard Stuart I 'are iluetdny
Acre EZY Termi. Smith Moundsville W. V.. two Wednesday June 24: The chanctl I al 2 pm. the Dorcasclat I1RTT fllURHew CHRIST
I choir will rehearse al 1 7.ti: ) p min matting will he held in the i SCIrMISf:
Within City Limits of Stuart I even-foof, u i*inch uilfish, linda
i Ihe tanctuaryThursday Wai1kmt Fast: | Ocean
church "fellowship I Ifllil. Kev Blvd., Stuart
Ka Maton, Tilutville,
) a nevenfoot. -
WATER FnO ACRES I m.inch tailfish while/ fish-1' June 25: 5'() prn. will" bring, a mttuigc/ The I; Sunday nxvrning wrvn, ,' at 11
City Hater ipecial reception for all now mm- church committee willmart I ewcm-tcrmon uh,, t JI ,:t it;
i nominating "
. 54 ACRES I 1400) on 10' d) *p 200 wide canal ing aboard the Spray It, with J -
steel in West Palm Reach Dulricl: t at 7 10 Tuetdvy night in the ( hniwnSunday' Science
I!
Florida Home -OM shout 4 mile to main St. Lucie RnerMil' Captain Ray Young.
An Original I In Fort lauderdale! at S:V) p.m,; ,pos000e'n" study tchool. I Ham I Ni/rvry.
Well Kept and Spacious County Road frontage! Price hashed to X5l) I 6:30 p.m.. the Mtthodiitf men will | provided

per a.tC. I Zoning Rules for :have their wippcr meelmg RHXIMtK ILTTIIfRAN : Wednesday Testimonial meeting,

Nice Guest Cottae Sunday June 28: The worship W<>rship tcrvicet are held every 9 p.m.
3. OCEAN TO RIVER FRONTAGE: Floor Space Change |I.
Over 400 Ft. To Be Considered II a rn. with. the pastor, Rev Al eran Church. tag Ocean Boiilevard nile; Monday through I ncL,', 9:30:
Property has Depth 750 x JOO' MOM by high land Beautiful I j II,Ian R. Stuart, delivering the metup al 10-V: clock, with Bible .m.-12:11J: ) pm.

Well Landscaped With beach no erosion A fine investment Priced 'WventClio", of( the Martin' I'' Church school :will, begin al. clause* and Sunday tchmil: preceding I (hristian Science radio pro-am: ,

at only $225 per fool County zoning regulation in regard 10 am Junior and senior MYf at 915: am The Bible Speak In You may
Large Lawns and Many i it. to minimum floor trace for 'will' I begin at 7 pm. Test of Ixive it the Abject<< be beard over Wsll Stuart

Beautiful Trees and Plants residential and multiple-family i, Monday June 2V Men' prayer of net l !Sunday. TV program in I 1450 k(. at 7:15 p.m Mradayt
4. SKYLINE DRIVE I HOMESITE I construction will .ha subject<< to I' group will meet in the lan lu. the "(>)is I It the I If," seriet. which I Tope: fur duane 1!'> Wfcot: It

Sell Overlooking the Indian River. Large 12V I 125: I review at a public hearing of the'' I sty at 7 am can he seen at t a.m. on Chanml Your Workr
Priced To $$29,950.00See
lot All cleared ready to receive your new County Commistion at V.JO a.m.j 1 1Tuesday 4 every Sunday A I letton ii
ITR.ST \.11\7 Christian courtship: and iRi\rrv MFiuoimr
marriage
Your Agent or Pbona Florida home Price H.($%). I July 14. Stuart .. taught ,in thin week "I Arch Sfrerf t, den,,,. $'eat'

AT 7-2607 AT 7- 232 I Weclnestlay evening al 6, the which H directed especially lowardt Sunday ch: tt 11)4) PHONE 2874411 or 287-1144 i I 1 Over 600.000000 glau con- Training Union council meeting young people worth?. I 11 I a nt 5 tamer for medicine', cotmetiei, I and covered dish supper<< will beheld IH Oswald, Hoffman will discust nursery during church.
-- i iSAM i beverage food, and mflk were ] in the church Fellowship, prayer and lit importance for I C hour rehearsal Thursday
WE SELL
THE EARTH_ told in 196) or about! 1)9 jar,,' ]Hall. The regular mid-week prayer I modern man nest Sunday over I,
RHODESCONSN I : 1110) jugs and bottle for each person ,,tervlce will" he held In lhe church the' Lutheran I Hour on radio "Lord sr. JO\t Pil c'ATI(OIK

-in-the---U-S-. :,-__ -. __----_ -. ------ --...-...n'-.._". .. ... ... ".... _I I The waekHfcy Massrt Mon '-Y _
through will be 'J
Saturday at t')
...... Red Eatul For SnU 190 am.
"While Earth Own Part It"S&
of
on a IeL____ __ --- I The religious gift the j, and parish .
Jji l' .. r. ..- I 'library are open c. *r> !-.,..
1.dayafierthe7an49'.k Mafrtet
DJlli lQ- '

".,,' t .., i JBT> <:cxVjj I .
It.. Retreat t for young men yn;
.
,. Homes ''he held. at Out La.f, I i1f1.a

Jupiter Retreat Hous in "North Palm I
Beach on June :V> to It, : fjr
-' age wtleen lo cIeon and Ji'y
.I 6 I 140015 for age* Ih'rtr It-mt./,
(f <8V2 $16,900. Brand new 3 Bedroom 2 Bath ( Icen For reservation I pi( .p

$ < 'llf : Schraiwwtcr, 2$7.45'e :r Htr
: I Home. Central Heat l'ool.NEll'
Shimming
.
l(t1' j. } $ hen Rowmtrm m-II) 119ClPfUV I .

I : II .........._ j

KIIMIH ''i
JJ'ATRRFRONT0,111:
GIRMAN J.XfRU"U
I

"I- LL 4ri.wt. % $25,900. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Air Con- I Army ('upturn l l.cnn..r f R. K;(.
'ari1 I met ton .* Mr Inti. B K -T,

The VflerFo/ ditioned. Scrcencd-in Patio. 224 Barbara Drew. J..",scn B<- :S. _
e .
/ ,.,.,..,..... wilt, other ;:- .:VrtI
..
-- --
i I of3dAnneue.dDviu..r' ""-.t>> m
IN LEGION HEIGHTS Jensen Beach
a week of annual tram
Priced lor Immediate Sale ig usis at
.
3 TWliS BEDROOMS : I'Wildtlellln. (,erma",
L .
ON THE SOUTH! FORK OF TUB ST LUCIE RIVER } REDUCED ALMOST $8,000.' )( II 1hmeATTi.aiouughanJmm.plele aMMmaM of a '"cIt t t.::,-.
2 BATH! ROOMS I reatfmMt. amtn the r '\t re.
Q 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Completely Furnished Home 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Air Conditioned I almic condMoMi pm.ibi ICI In pec e.

r> DOUBLE SIZE CLOSETS L14 by C..gerade ReaRer .J Sold by Brmn't |!MM rf Real Ktlate, ttnban f.rCkartrt $t5j4, Swimming Pool-Beautiiully landscaped I time Cap, am Ie,,,,,,,, a t' rr'n inHeadamrtert

U FULL DINING I ROOM UMw.mrit.. Tta IMMM lormatj ..aed by Mr. md Mr*. Ibrkm X. SWoff <4 ..e.ry. 2.1 1 Bartal- _
Pate CIty m4 oa* oU to Mr a4 Mrv Rasawad C. RnbMMM ot Aaibmt. %E.. ion of die rfrvMunt Mh Anulry!:
K near ( fnlllwlct!. dcrmamd n .:r.

BREAKFAST BAR Let ['$ List and Sell Your PropertyBRUNER'S Tequesta Properties inc.vs. thor Arms' In July l 7<. I
*
; He us a I1 I granule of Eauon.
12,500 Pa. HIth School at received 1 fciBS. .

decrt m I 1557 from Pm nvlvinia ,- _
HOUSE OF ESTATE
REAL Realtors
....
I ArrM Inm annna SUM UnmrrtNy m LnKer
BADCOCK FtR-NtSTHD MODEL orES DULY 1MfHIL say Park aad a "' .0. defrec in
BUCHl, SALES Ui-NACtR M7-I7U. 7* SOLTII FIDLTUL IDCIfW P1IONE %1'1-1291 STVAJtT, FLOIDt Call Day or Evening, Dial 746.7413su Ml from HahtMffWHfi Medical
eoium I-n 'tNt oiart
College m Philadelphia. Pa






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Tilt: snJa.( .:!).:NEWS Thursday, June 25, 1964 EXTRA SPECIAL "SUPER.RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF (Boneless Chuck Roast lb. 59c)





r CHUCK ROAST Bonib.in..39CEXTRA




SPECIAL ALLGOOD BRAND NO. 1 QUALITY SUGAR CURED ((2-lb. pkg. 77c)




r SLICED BACON pkg.Mb.1 ::39cGRAm




e.e R"n : "A" QUICK IRO/EN SIEVING: "SUPER: -RIGII'r SLICED BEEF "SUPER-RIGIIT" CHOICE BEEF: : CHUCK


,s HENS lb. 39 LIVER lb. 29 STEAK lb. 45cLEAN

r
CHOICE BEEF CUBED: OSCAR! !MAYER TENDER" ALL MEAT "SUPER-RIGHT CHOICE; BEEF SHOULDER

//A\\ e i ) STEAKS lb.89c FRANKS lb. 59c ROAST ,lb.69c

ti LEAN ('HOICEE.'tnR.: BEEF QUICK FROZEN: COMPLETELY: : : DRESSED: EXTRA LEAN I RI.SIILY GROUND; :'.

STEW ,lb. 59c WHITING lb. 19c CHUCK fc' 59c

CHARLES SLOCUM, Civitan'w president accepts the gavel from
Dr. Maxwell King, Indian River Junior College president who vi v w r. A "SUPER:: -RIGIIt" LEAN RLSIILY "SUPER-RIGHT:: DELICIOUS SLICED: VARIETY:: PACK
was be principal speaker at the recent Civitan installation held

at the Pink Pony Restaurant. GROUND BEEF lbo 39c LUNCH MEAT 12-oz.plg, 49c

Slocum Installed as Head


Of Civitans at Annual BanquetDistrict CENTURY; NEW K'r AT A & p.1! Large, Vinc.RipenedVestcrn I Sweet, Red, Ripe North Florida I Large, Crisp Iceberg

Governor W. W. Arnold treasurer, and Tom Lord chap STAINLESS sr 10"094QTFFI
installed officers of the lain. Directors for 1964-65 are / Cantaloupes j Watermelons j Lettuce
Civitan Club of Stuart at the Aaron Huston, retiring president; STANL j
annual banquet held! at the Pink Harold Campbell, Jack Hardy.
recently! Ronny Vilardi, and Douglas Sew MBFFtOft351 .
PoTteR } :5nt BLADES .
}i :: : Charlci E. sions. wn .t .
Slocum, president; AI Kcalon, Dr Maxwell C. King, presidentof ntnrsvdtm. =
first vice president; Bob Hartlip, Indian River Junior College,
I each 2-29
second vice president; George spoke on the subject, "The Worlds 3for$1.00 69c
Keith, secretary; Jesse Taylor, ; a Town." 89c

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INDIANTOWN NEWSMRS. '] Special Feature! JANE 1WKEII

DOROTHY McALLIST ER, Correspondent 597-2J57 I PLAID

t.itiimmmmmtmirm.m.,,, >\ -> .ta u..s hair! .iJD:: STAMPS HiWllk : & A fPOTATO \
ii i "1 CHIPS lb pkg.
,
'hl.Ceu''' .nd pur.i.r..r
60 From Baptist Bible School :_ (Inrroduct. Offer Century SfulntosSTEEL :
!::& plKOQr H I!

Visit at Indian Reservation. ;::.M BLADES U.r..t.: ,......of.,.10."I.."'''' I Extra Special! 6 DELICIOUS FLAVORS MARVIiL BRAND

A group of about sixty from the them on a tour through the camp
Baptist Vacation Bible School wentto and the woods. I L' / -
the I Indian I Reservation in Drivers of the cars were Rev. jl1 a f ICE CREAM :::49ccart
Brighton on Tuesday, June 16. and Mrs. Loll, Mrs. Floyd McAl ; -M Arn--.1 /2
While there they enjoyed group lister Mrs. John Holt, and Mrs.
singh with the missionaries and Chester Gibson. ;
beard the missionaries tell about A record attendance was reached \ :,
the .Bible tchool: on the reservation. I by the Bible school. With This CMIFM ...< Punku .! rExtra Special! JANE PARKER DELICIOUS DUTCH
The top attendance for lust week .
One of the Indian boys took was 226, with an of OlJROWN
over
average ,
2M. j ,i INSTANT 3-01. 69c 1.Ib., &-oz. .
Commencement exercises were l'' TEA e APPLE PIES I 39c
PERSONALSMrs. set for Wednesday evening, Juno 1 UY.dhr..! <..Jim XT. Ml.t-ST-M 1 each
Mary BarficlJ and her 24 at 7:30.: All parents and friendsof ;

son Ray will be moving into their the students were Invited. ..........___----------------------.1. ..:.
new hone on Seminole Drive on ----------- ------------- SPECIAL! JANE PARKER SPECIAL: COLD STREAM SPECL1L:: SULTANA

July Mr.I.and Mrs. David O borne New Schindlers ResidentsMr. Arc I '1// Blueberry Pie 1lb.each. 11-01. 49c Pink Salmon I .can", 49c Pork & Beans .Z 3.lb.' rami. 4-01.SSe

and daughters left Friday to vacation 50 JWDps SPECIAL: !JANE PARKER LEMON I or ORANGE A4P FRENCH:: STYLE or REGULAR: ANN PAGE
in West Virginia and Mrs. Jerry Schindler I '. 10.01. 1" ,
Mr. and Mrs L B. Johnsonand moved Indiantown front Apartments Salina, Kans., to the WIIh Ihl.Cwpna.d.uroh.ON'N .. .f Chiffon Cake "tln'r 45c Green Beans .... pkKo 19c Ketchup t .. .. .......... 2 bottles"" 33TEA cUUR
.
grandson, Dell Armstrong, of Schindler was hired by Indian- for I WHITE HOUSE QUALIIY SPECIAL: A&P !MILD SPECIAL! :: ANN PAGE
Orlando this weekend with ; .
spent 95c
Mr. and Mrs. Cubic Johnson and ,town Telephone nlls: an installer I I DUS 100 only Evap.MiIkHAID 3w 131"039c: Cheddar Ch 1.lb. 65C gig 4Sc
Mayonnaise
family. I and repairman. was recently w.danrrLd..ar. :+'tl.e :ar q I' eesecdge .. .
discharged after serving four i 'I
Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson! and years with United Stales Air Forceas ..._
daughters, Mary, and Johnnie airman first clan Prior to that "h = u --
left Fray, June I 19, for aweek' he was employed as a motion picture : --- -- ALL 5 VARIETIES CABOT BRANDHIC p5 Ay .
vacation. They plan to visit projectionist in Salina. : ;;
; :
relatives in Andalusia and Kin- Mr. and Mrs. Schindlcr have ; D ,! I
Mon, Ala. "been married for three years. Mrs. Charcoal ,
Schindler was employed as a machine STAMPS
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Barnhill left bookkeeper in the First National .. With Tbl. C- .nd ...... ol1NU .
Friday, Juno 19, for two weeksin Bank of Sulina With IkU Cwqwa sad tvrahan
Georgia and South Carolina.1 I CHASE AM> SOFTFABRIC I
0
INSTANT lard. BOIR.'I83 pin, JQ J i
Miss Janet McAllister returned I lo..n: $ '}Jo II.Nt.R: buttle 4 7C !".. DRINKS I Briquets

; ;i 1Tw weeks home Monday stay in Lccsburg.afternoon Miss after Mc two I Uadtlndr..ir: Nl.wp.ad G..,lirrM.1"du.ir. :MI.O-SI7-IU 38 mS ri i ,

gME TOh Allister was visiting Miss Sylvia !; !! J
&
.Ann Beach and :-------------------- r.---------
and Mrs. R. L.: Beach her parents who residein Mr. i fM 1 1 46.07. ofI I IB.

Mr.Lcesburg and Mr during'. Gene the summer.Mills mid 5.ilO.ilO PLAID 1 ;; PLAID; 3 cans c 120 bag 89 c '% 9$

sons, Gene and Jay, spent Friday : ... STAMPS II:; STAMPS ft;:!
through Sunday in Clewiston visiting -
I \ relatives, : Wllk/ This COIIDM and P..h..1 ii I wits this Comma ... pu.chw.I, I
\Hlln: RAIN i SUNSHINE! 651-od. !
INSTANT
j ANN PAGE:
David Lcihow returned home i:1 HAIR d5-oe.can (| 4Q i 1MITAIION' pint i- 'i' ('CIIEE/.U J 2 pegs 39 C S.NhCO..tI: :: 10-oz.Jar $1.19
Tuesday after a slay in St. Peters 411
burg with his grandfather for a I SPRAY (plus las) .I: VANILLA bottle
: month. I U..dirra.I"dea.a. sNt.a ar- i U io.4lkrnll.t..JiirIT. Ml.oT4, ; LIGHT TUNA can RICE .. ..... 'k g 42 c.ili1rrHm.1C1I
I !"1I'H:1rsrnnlfr', DIAMOND' 100//," ales !
Miss Dona Gayle L \n\Dt.R: If Your Birthdyy Is In June "Dont
Spell enter. fiQc
ed the Good Samaritan Hospital, L:.:::::'-:::::::=::::::::.:::::::::::: -; '-.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- DINNER: PLATES pkg.. of 40 Forget: 1 to renew your Driver's IJvenke:
West Palm Bench Tuesday, June fi1- ; ; : .
... 23 for ,
a tonsillectomy.Mr. I
\ '\ r PLAID r25pl D Save Oaly Plald'Stamps
and Mrs. David! Gale started i ( : i t PRICES IN Tins ADVf.KTISE.MENT::
... ......... i' ? :
e us nw>" their vacation Friday, June 19. Br4MPS .I ?...Cel Fiat Ufa (asset
They are spending! this week i GOOD THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 27
aboard their boat, the "Double Wllk lbl Couoa* tad ourckooo : With thle C.UIK>. ... mrcku .( riMtOMAT ATUNTIC a fAOFIC TtA COMPANY MC
D. ANN PAGE: i DIAMOND: MOLDED P-40 I
SR\SONED: : JaaoOl. = PAPER: I I 0 971 S. FEDERAL IIWY.
Mr. und! Sirs James Spooner SALT boltlc 2Sc PLU ES ofr 4U 69c ff l I (
Hiirtford'i Family Auto IRMIT. Jr. and sons, Ralph and I larry, of II .,., .. t:1
( l. J.r..ar.: Ml.war 1N Usd sir. d. an. .1..1\4 STUART, FLORIDA81t
nice will provide you with broadprotection Bainbridge Ga. visited Thursday :
through Monday with Mr. and : :ai:
ubbtunrUI
-at savings ____
Mrs Lloyd Smith and Mr. and ----------------- ----------------------- :
If you have I good drlv. Mrs. Floyd McAllister and families -
hg record. And with he Hurt- Mrs. Spanner is the sister of UFIERGINC: :: ml1RGE.'Ir: m.n.RGI: DEnRGL: LIQUID UL1ERGEVT: BLUE D..ERGENT
ford name oo your policy here Mrs. McAllister and Mr. Smith.
need be of no doubt Imunuice.about the Congratulations to Mrs. Willie SURF LUX LIQUID RINSO BLUE SWAN LIQUID WISK SILVER DUST

quality your Baker who celebrated her birth Ile! OFF UoOl 10e OFF 3-lb.. 7..1.. 11001. quart 2-lb., 6ra.LABEL .
Call our office DOW to tee If 65c
you qualify for nuvlngs on the day June 22. 3.Ib.,22ox.. 64c bottle 35c URIJ.: pl.lo 69c bottle bottle 7Sc pkllMARGARINE 81C

finest auto buiunuice you caD Mr. and Mrs. Jinmn'j Rhines
buy left Sunday for Miami on a business 1)11ERGENr:: (():\I> DETERGENT DETERGLNT LIQUID' DEILRGENT
L'i
return trip.Thursday.They are While expected they are to BREEZE I ALL1.RGE.'TFL ALL I Dishwasher ALL Cold Water ALL
their ,
away daughters Debbie Terri -
and Jamie, arc visiting their I 1.lb. 2.Ib., 6 a. IIIe on' Jb, 1001. quart
27 81c 69c Iraul clb. 4Sc
79c
grandmother in West Palm Beach. cartOll pkg LABEL pkKo bottleFINAL

SOFTENER kRAIT ALL ILAVORS GERBER'S EIRAEsED NOELD TO REFRIGERATE .
Americans are expected to con- MIXES INSTANTLY
; pounds sumo an of average beef a person of ninety-seven in 1964, TOUCH MAYONNAISE HI-C DRINKS BABY F00 D I CARNATION COFFEE MATE

or two pounds more than the record
1963.per capita consumption of 'ihoedr 87c q 61c 9 b'. 99c 8 4;B" 89c 29c ';:" 49c I 83c




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Governor Farris Btyant Spoke Iwinblitl (:ti"i' ( '//b.' IIII.ell! I \KI lIlMliluil s !Ihiinilay. June 25, 1964 i.r
d I .. .__ .,,
_

i Nation and World See Florida LeadIn ,:.' \\u." : ,J"

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Research and Education ActivitiesCitation 1'a .A'," k.



nx' .11 the slates "Our university '
to inMi"M\,,in program I is lops' in .::

i hi 1\J.n i, Advanced education. ., ,, a 'I
inmviv. such is the institute, to \' ', ..'tfi'.' I. ) I
E.W. Dutton *r, i ,ipt Kennedy will make < ;. 1
Ids ,in?-il M entifie degrees ava I Iibli -
ins. those working in the space
In a talk which ranged from 4u ,
nOustr\ Me now hive a year
higher education to reapportionment oun>I diicationil program, in
and included presentationof :m,it nbitiiHls, :: students: Call fin 'I
local Ir Iri "sh IOIII-'ear education in three j
a citation by proxy to a ANT
,car or. .I six-)car education in h
citizen for distinguished service i roan ;

to Florida, Governor Farm Bry- 1 ,
Mi '
ant told a crowd of 200 here on 11 hi' administration planned program to r.l r

Thursday that "the eye>> of the ink ill !parts of Honda with mod _

nation and the world are on FlorIda m'' 'ipcr, .hIghways: ,
." .v, of i June :2!*," he said "Fh.r-I
the citation from Florida ; t; ut.. "M In No; I in the U S. In
alJ utib/ai5)110 f federal intersHe!
chief E. W.
executive went to '
Dutton, Port Sew all. for his outstanding Y highs' hinds.
1 c color: motion pictures ('hen' is no parallel for our
!J which the Florida Development Out lti" Kccrcution, Fund in the
I
commission has used to widely publicize muni \\e will be spending t OMMMHMi .-
y this state. It was accepted ( lor the purchase of ocean
Jt for the )honorec, who is now in beaches md access to lakes and
Massachusetts, by T. T. Oughtcr stream' which CUll be acquired
son now but will he pone I ore\el (en
Accompanying: the governor at scars tram now' f y

the joint Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions Me praised Ihe Moridi exhibit t t5rr
and Soroptimist luncheon at the at I the New Yorkorlds Fuir '
Tradewmd were John Monahan, which his the greatest attend. I
State Road Department member duce ot any state exhibits except
and Dr. Myron Bice, head of Flor the host stile. New York" I'ltNM 01 I'xKKIV SI>U'* CO\SIRltlH> in COUNlJUSI' h.VSI Ot COURIIIOUM
ida'i Institute for Continuing Governor Bryant said that "I 'I "
Studies A have not as ct come to a conclusion J
He introduced W. R ) I IhUl1e.uuek I than '.'KHMXK() () in the<< (JiiitedMite
was by us to whether to call 1 this Baptists Choose JI
Scott, former representative and 'f:' I l.cgihliltllre into session -: "- JI I
Bryant right band man" i n J m to act: on the U S, Supreme

Martin County. ": .. .._, ( ourl's edict on apportionment. I Site for a New iI1i11.I" HEM I To Feel and Look!
"Florida is a magic name in the londa and I sonic fortyoneher(
i minds of the nation and the GOVERNOR F\RRIS BRV',VN'r behind the microphone) addresses! states are nut-apportioned In Floridus I I II RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
world," said the !governor "M ii- a joint session ot civic clubs at the Trade winds Restaurant W R. case, that condition has existed : Baptist College LICENSE -k four licit HacLJay,
lions hope to come here. Other Scott is scaled at right, I since we were brought back DURING YOUR
states are patterning their development into the Union in 1868 There i. I The Florid i Baptist I lualion BIRTH MONTH Get } 'our flair Styled
after us. Florida leads in tion to the fullest Justice und coin I H4,MX() ).000 on u new meU eul ecu- no leeway; we must do itbutwe Commission, announced that I'alm i
I many fields! passion demand that we so act." ter und will spend at least $:000; will wait a while. to sec if the ,I 1t
I l' On his way to deJi:ute the New paths, he said are being I OlIO) note, providing' medical and Supreme Court rules specificallyon Beach Gardens has been chosen Elrays
new Sunland Training Center at blazed by Florida in the field ot pschologcal help tor prisoners our case now before it" I as the site for the new I londa ProfessionalI
Miami, Governor Bryant said thatit mental health with modern rapid If physical or menial afflictions In conclusion, he paid tribute Baptist college
would "open a new dimension treatment centers aiding the men ''I have contributed to their actions, to f londa's Cabinet "which hu Dr. Jess khxtdy) pastor "I I the I hearing Aid Service "
for retarded children He said tally ill and returning many to their ailments will be corrected by not had a scandal in 100 years," I First Baptist Church ol West. Paint 1
that expansion of such facilities active life medical means and they will have and said:: : MY A, n\RNF,
'will the lives of Our of the of and mini "This is To Reach. sind that John I U !M.icAr
save warped prison system was one help psychologists -, a great state keep Certified Hearing AidA
parents and brothers and sisters the worst, with no chance for rehabilitation I i stern to build new lives' it great, our continuing leadership Ihur, founder and developer of L.
of the mentally retarded," as wellas of twisted minds andwarp'd 1is\ in education however, that i must continue to have the highest Palm Beach Gardens his offer- udlllltlllLotSrccl.liht.
offer hope for the afflict have the said Florida lend I ed 200( acres t to Ihe f lorula Kiplisl, I ,
new spiritse just spent governor is goils in Quality 1 Luring lon
,
ed. Convention t to build Ihe college( 1
Aids, Batteries, 1 Car Molds and \
"In the 1953-55 biennium," he The Palm llcuch Gardens
said, "florida spent $2500000 in Zone Members Rebuff Sailfish Park Icgc will he Ihe second liipist c\ll-I Repair of All Makes
this field In the current biennium slitiition in the state The I 107 Atlantic Ave., It. Pierce I lOISHKIHinmKSKN! Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.
we will spend $20.000,000. We are operate Stetson University in Ie (Oppomlle St. Liitle. Bunk) Mil, WU:ION
conducting intensive scientific research land There are more .thin 6M(O'.1) Howard/ 1-31)35 PUIIM': SC.N\; thru Saturday PIIONF M74453STARTS
on the causes! of mental Reject Mobile Home Park (H'I)( Baptists in Florida and
retardation and accepting the responsibility -- -- -- -
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.TODAY. AT YOUR FORD ?DEALERS

\ County Planning and onto W rezonCJ from !MR-2 to Board Member Don Ward referred J
Zoning Baird turned down an application .'r I R.3A so thai a mobile home purl' lo the work of the former
\ Thursday for rezoning with about 200 sites could be opened I Palm City Zoning gourd in keep
'j'jJ to permit the establishment of a at the local on. Ing trailers out of the area, and = -
mobile home park in Palm City. He suggested (hut 2H(() ) families proposed that the application( he a Summertime saving
The board tabled until I Its July with an estimated monthly spending I denied He was secon led by hank
ttt meeting another rezoning application power of $300 each: would For berg of Jensen Beach time at your ford Dealer!

to permit the opening( of a put $720.000 a year into the economy Howard Underwood stated thai .
iw i w wj
mobile home subdivision in North of Martin County The coun- he had proposed to build ahou fJ -.
Hohe Sound ty would also benefit, from i increased $275:! ,(000 worth" of homes, in the = = Our sales are sizzling at an ail-time high-
J William A. Oughtcrson, representing taxes, Oinhterson said $17,JIM( () to $.10,(WO( () category, on and we'ra keeping the pot boiling with big

't.j Southland Holding and the Simmons group would retain land adjoining the Simmons prop ,,, savings on every Ford, F.irlan..nd Falcon:
Y 1 Broken Corporation and its presklent title to the land, Oughtcrson, erty, but said he would abandon In stock!
Linwood Simmons asked said and the park would prove an the plan if the park zoning was '

"YOUR KISS IS for Sailfish lodge and its cnvir all-around benefit, to the area. granted Low, low prices-pjus an extra trade.in
I the attorney also pointed out The motion to deny the application -
I' bonus present
SWEETER that Twelfth Street which runs carried. on your cart And that's

along the south of the property Judge Harry I. Dyer represented only the start of what you save. Ford
J THAN WINE" nay become purl of Mite Road. W. J. Leonard, who applied r r exclusive twice.a.year (or 6000.mile) main
714 road the Sunshine
to
s 75 a an access for hu property lo be rezoned tenance schedule will keep on saving money
Slate Parkway, und that the
"hat line! from Interim Zoning to RI. Theproperty for mile after mile after mile, ComeIn
a But speaking Mr- 1 1I South Fork of the St Lucic River you
I loudly, our line Is Insurancet I may be bridged in the vicinity. In. Hula runs Sound from north Eighth for Street about get a red.hot buy on the hottest selling

i k lake pride la the sound service After a number of Simmons' 6000() feet on the west side I of .."s awe .w Ford In history-right now, while there's
,, uighhors hud spoken in favor of '"""' ,
e nnder our clients We make I AIA As a mobile home subdi- i w plenty of summertime pleasure ahead.
covered 1 he proposed park, opposition was vision
sure they are safety by it could accommodate 625
the many fine companion we 1 t voiced by Andy Zglm ekl, who lots with a minimum sue of 7,500
represent to better fit c resented a petition purported toe square feet
signed by about 130 persons"
jour needs opposed to the establishment of After several residents of the
area hud voiced opposition to the
n' irs INSURANCE' Going placet: Send a Corsage! the park application, the board agreed to '
SEE IHE table the matter until. its July "
VALENTINE'S meeting, so that a local zoning
committee, headed by Homer
R. V.JOHNSONAGENCY a iwyk BOOR & RECORD SIIOP Creathouse. could study the qucvtion .

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2-T THE STUART (Fh.) NET' Thursday, June 25, 1964 SATURDAY: Sl' 4 P 4 V MONTH V-Combined

(1'"."In"...11 (\"...n.lm..J'I' 'I. I slw) .. 11I"0'1.lc,. WiMU Committee of 100's Activities

TtU-3, G.nl.'. hie.. Aft...... ) Moile. The Jarkimt. "
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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS .tSO-4 0 =
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..) wrru am.. __ 7 10 run Bugarfeot Olah : Ifill ...kTUESDAY : the Director

-; .1f.1.e., ... Il31-4..lIetIr. _11 Murnlac PtrtM. .. Are Reviewed by
i ( .0.1 'Th 1pragma .. tarajak.d Otv-11 Moraln rMayaotill ... ..- - - -
-111..1" (_ lAB.O.IIt .by the tekrlal. ) 3. '!'Ita .... -10 UMM lea*
., Pallo .el I b art )I... I. not .. for amrogram >0--7 *PM Race t ... am
.h......, It 5. JUNC30: I
attended the Florida
"AI : 'I. executive director lor I
Ind
'lOO-4 ow I Bv R. II. PIIILBRHXtxecutlve committee m I ,

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAYOWilrnuedl t Ho.*.. Lamb, I. ...:.. Menlo2IllsI I : Director a evident from examining the tries Exposition In Orlando .1 i
10 tteajo Slili
Ot.I. ...... "Modem
,
JUNE!: 14Morataif ( It Morning !PIOIbOSS 1cI << _pare"" Draoo." 'I (,rum man file in the committee discovered' one excellent pr<' r,
... )flIu...... 2v4ah1s454 .. .,!__10 UlMletab I.) 1' The Committee of )100 ;is the of 100( ) '
..._ 1 -4 .. :#:tl = office that the Committee in the building material m.,mm('
11' .... .....iis If' White dm .. ;... one non-politic! that brings '
': ".IIet1et1 1-7 Mdltaddr 10.).) -l M'.j., "Ksf) a..r group was very active as a liainon boil) luring field. The firm plans

(..... M Monday .. ept) ., M i,. NoribIs ,::tt' :, I 10* Rati.A...,..nrklOtOO Plea.> .. ;n-It.... er- ; ..I., '1%. bohr lists.." Pt I of together the and focuie: of the the attention bunfncM between Grumman and the various additional plant expansion !so It

.,ao4 Today Show Draw MeOraw7 'Li..ttr .. 1011..00. majority and officials in- the
....1.. Paa4ei1304 4 tulk county city they can cover Gold (0
,
.::00-4 M..... "fd rnmh tk* HI.h..1IttohI" I ,.: .rd MMMT tt.atot (Utrttir) 11 U Mid.y .._tI leaden of the ecxtnty! to work on .
) '.7 8 I* DI.......... In ...Ieft... Iii-or. 'UI 11.ttit 110.... "C1IfIII4a.llai ...."," .inlc problem volved. The Grumman expansion within the (profitable 150 mid <\hj
(Celo,) 10"! -10 Untie ICeD lIly given with its puhlicbted additional employment ping radius. The principal h
7 M.*... "M* Bard Rosd"IO3o loilo' -4 M.... :lo-I:: I tau-4 to. of .II. Several of the members are anda '
-I* A "Wiaer W..14Af. r4" ::: 1.7 f L 1 (CtorMoue, ..1 I. Sn II ..... 'hto Y... Beta,. lb. of I 150 well-paid jorn promised) to come to Mu.m! in t I'
of The Commmoe
One *| II't. 10Vent. men national repute srable investment in taxable immediate future to look ihc
....._ ; 'r r rover
'r--4 .. Tall MM IU.I.." of 100 Is the only known l with the additional -
'J?oii.rs! ; ISL.l = ._ personal property .
Ida** .* Monday *aeyt) 11I. ( 00-11 Tk mm* Company
",1_ Mvl' ... "Pour .... "'.d" l.. My Three Son IltO-4: 11.t'; caapee Cart_. ''I'nareIIt I ..-. Knile, Kid.E.lc. avMHie that can yet wen people cost of a 50.000-foot build Your director has also ) ,
'...h. 00-4 Porn Maeo :: IIoc...: working. together for the over-all rill(
I too-I* Movie, Mother h i ing which become county property Idlers the
!
heir ; opposing establihme
IV the >
itump Clara .
1 4t00-l ..
"'- of
4 90-I w...... ..Whl.""..... Smith" 11 Ensue: O'Toole. 10 II Itaatile._. ..Md Pleaa, OuH* 7 OkOrhMII .,00-4-1 N.... Weather, Sport improvement our county is an extremely large industrial of an eighty-foot hon/onui i lm
M.>vte. 'Top ....NIt Affair 5)5-4.7. Hue) (OnlorlI 11..1-111 Hani' i ShIpAl aSt Tma. .,43-4 Fboi.vwp. I I. II Jimmy Dean "Mow 4so, -4 Twntirth CentoUtav ., 10 Movie. HI", "T.' DOn) WIlD Their. attendance at steering committee size. I >
|10,0G-4 The NnraeePerry done the
a end the "to" .*-.1. o*" 11II I2thO12 was at request 01 l I ih
CvealnfflOO 6.7 Cono (alt.) T OMriht mccttogs' Is extremely high and
Oo..poCtOS'I The and new plants Okccthohcc
-4-1 Newa. Upon- *, Wtk*> ri\: sMr. Theatre alt) ..'_ 4 II-t N... Rraie.It expansions I Waterway A.ISOC
that the several national
: of
Newe' and 'Weather : ). Adam* (,,,ltD I .o.e'eA Veatur* men as listed in your former direclor'sreport I tion
Kewa.
th. .
14 Movie w .... .Blood m the Moon"uO la.ll did) C...., (Ah,' "t:: ,: *( .) '. """" 1 1 MaWB. Start reputation, whom we treasure as of 1962 have now taken director has
-II Ooaimeetill 10IO-IQ Top. I. Sport ad Jasa.II It: .Iu... 6,M-4 Weather member have than Your also ippc,
average I
... higher
II Peter. O. These Include the Virginia-
-7 tea Hut iiuga Bunny II IM I MuterttttJK 2t30-4 Mew.I (place. ed on WSTU on two !
II Newa' "'-. Iwrte 11 -4- -7-l. H.... Weather, RpartaII I10, -II eo...... Profile' %l| Pro ReriretHMr Hu.ti.y-Hrir.kley' Report attendance at these meetings Carolina Fertilizer plant, Smiley panel pr
11 Newa' Mewa II Biica Burtarllto I grams to better acquaint the ,
AK Bowl
College re
l M.verlrk This that their
*,3O-4 NewaS lIiO-25.... Weather. Sport.IliM -4 Tkre* StoogeaI It Mghl Uf. of Id* Cold" Coeat means thinking capacities Brothers milk processing plant dents of our county, wuh (Ih.
Himller-Brlnkley. Retort -4 Mo\I.. tty the Ught. of the00rwr .7 Chicago C uha v.. Pltt.bu... 1.mr,3-"TE.' .... A.._ ',n-4 Nwe-Walter IrouiLa. are available to the county Branson Boat Company, the Jensen -I ation and aims of their (' opt
.
15 augarfootII Monn"II omin
Stem Bowtt. .
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PaMtiu. ; t>arada,4ft II...... "1k.,. "W.,00i.Os. 1* lMvrle* ta Selen** .,..-.... c. .s'. I 7.-00 11 -4 N. ,.>w.l! T1iom Adventure through your Committee of 100. Beach Mirror i printing plant, I lice of 100.

., -4 New-ar ar Oiwarrt ; II AgMrlamn 5.o4.t..4241mi It4U-m.I eI5cw. W......... Iporta A Vegl. B..r The putt year is the third year the expansion of the Irxliantcmn I
N.w-HuiUv.' Brtakkry II,30-5 T.olht with. l..h..lI Came.II IMenc IPIebL.g.We.thm. 1Ipo. 7 Movie, "Th. tiNt of lx>v**.' that your Committee of 100 has and beautiful He has also appeared before il
,_ Deatk Valley. Day. t rahtt-I 11.111-0 Detroit Tiger* V.. N. TYankee. 1-, ...II.. I* Milwaukee. lImo.. Printing Company a Martin? ('ounty Tavpajeri;
!been in and has been in .u
S Hackleherry. H..... 01ol.. .. TilO'-.-, Mr. Novak. operation new building and large expansion -
f M...... "Helen of Troy I.oi1) Nl.bt..t.b' ,_-4-7 II."..... E..I.W It.li C'ombtt many wa> a year in which past for Southeastern Printing ciation directors and at 'ihc l Jurtcr
.._.
It TBATiSO 1110...
It) BaMntay HouIi3O OiOO, -0-7 Meet the .Pr... (Color) ...00a Ills Hhow.Deadline( U,0A." have been consolidated, Your Island hearing on erosion prof f
-4 CBS Report7 - -7 Okago. Whit. del ... MlnneeotA JO--5> 'Moment of Fur"* gains Company are all now accomplished
II Miami PT... e-s. *... lens conducted nv the
Arm
> The Virginian FRIDAY Twin 10-1 MortalNavy. committee is one of the factors facts and Fr
II are contributing to a
\1 Harrtal Cfeanwlonnklp Bridge0,0ft
<*.Ie' and
., JUNKM II WmtHwII -I e W. Want M I now t e0-.I-7 Richard Upon* Show Ihat have made Martin County
00-IS.li Patty Duke She.S$4 Know Your fib) lii-n Orealeat Row on Firth: healthy economy. __ _
4,10-7 Heahuit
; 4'I'r:: ..*. Dmghter- Memlg I.00-* Btar and th. "tory 10 All.P*. ...boa,. (Color) extremely progressive during the The population of Martin County
.. 7 Wtrh Mr WhardII Jack
1t30-4
(San Monday neapt) St30'-4: Hawaii. : ReapyT few gineers.Salon
By
e oe-4 Beverly) HIUMUtea7 past years
Hop Is listed the I florida Development
faturd.y Dirk Powell Theetr now by
'tlI-4 Summer .Semeater. "Introdnft. I Praetured )*PkeP.S .
Th
Balnt Satarday The fact that has
II herO. our
10,00 Mondfth county
-4 Wlltann( Bbow
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10-11 Ben Caaey ton I. Hvaee .Btlmea'rtow Florid rome.I. Commission as 2 I.800.

,It.iSO-..t Our Dick Ma Yen* Slums Dr%* -II Men lIon. _.). 1 5.aIr.e3G15 1.10BDid IM A...'.Journeye ri. Cll''..... II. Nightlife Hoorenany on th* Gold" Co.., 5 0-7.7 Hell Boo .Telephone(alternate.. )Hour been progressive and economically This l Is a gain of 1,800 people or
II Tit A socially politically was no
10,00-4, Danny K.y. Bfcow7 .:00-4 Movie. Affair I In Trlnldld" 4S-1J "...In. ....1. 10.12 Th Fotlto.llG'd.l.I.lI 9 per cent during the past year.
.- Kleventh I Her 7 Movie. "Kommhere I III Kind You bat.Mnm.nSa, -4 Hold Journey of 8port4IiOO ftOO'-.A. I...... Color) II NeweItilOll New.' Weather Sporto doubt a very decisive argument for Martin County also ranks fIlthmon8't
,
10 Dick PaweU Theatn Pt 2 > Her and the Htorr BUI Dana Show N.w., Weather "_. the Grumman Aircraft' F'nginger-
II Channlng ..3o-4 CookIng' With Caa II N.' .., Hporta. Weather the fifteen most rapidly ofY
11_...,." N.... W..IIo.. Ppert.II Altemoo* 11 II Stork Mporu Open Htohllghu' Golf Tournament ,30-: 6.1 Walt Dl.nry ((1'.1..1) 1 I 1 154 30ITonIght M..I.I Yellow.lone with Johnny hIrbIp"I Lar1 fig Corporation to expand its op. growing counties in the period between
"' .._811I Ih.d.1 I'Ml Empirea I : er.itions \\ilhnm Field rather
(Same Monday eirerttIJiU Plor.... at
11,21-c, M..... "SIumt.rs H"'.......... .- S "0'I.. Hihoar >0f 330-0 7: loud 7 TInsotiw4sOO4 :00-4 Kd!: Sullivan( Stow .0 Movie. Rerlln Fttpre.a" than to locate this expansion in the official census of I I960)
11'.1 Tonl.hl.. .I.h. 30hn., Carson 1,00, -10 .Movl.. 'Y.. My llrlfnIlovhl.r" ,, Batt"1i ISO-0.7 Grind! IX gtarlliiht TheatreIliKO and the 1963 estimate:, Our rate
10 M.'I.. ", .1.... "PmaTr.n' I0.lt Arre.t and Trial ... another state which hud apparently
10 N.
Dangarman' HpanUh of for these three
.. growth
.
II .,IIbt Tkeatr I 4i30, -4 Movie. Tartan and th. i niter. Derby 0O-.4. Celebrity Game I IOU, Nlithtwatea/ Jlovl* worked hard to have Grum- years Beauty
I...,...... Wom.n" : 704 B....... 4:05-11 Movl very has been 29 per cent. These figures ;
., ......
--1 ,30 H.
-4 man locate a faciliu within their '
Sake" .
--TiiuR-S 7 Movie, For Heaven. :.30ChamDIo..hlp Wre.lllng that is
our county a
I) A Y (10.00-4 Candid. Camera - prove very
...-S Mini at th Lane .
,00-1. Mr ) ova borders. Although the negotiations -
JUNK IS I I .,i40'-'t Senator 8......... 10.11 'World of Hewn 0 Th. blot WEDNESDAYJULY attractive place in which to live
7 Amerlean .Fpartael' with Grumman
were car
II Hurkleberry Hound 8,30-I TIIA t and has a progressive economic
II Flab''n,. W....... BporU 7 HIgh Kuad t* Danger 10 12 Movie MovieiJO Attark ned on before I came with the climate PROFESSIONAL
M.rnI., 2..).
Er.el.iIttO'4 ''O -4 What My Lin7It M.euln.(2am. --- - ---
.. W.. ..
e srst) 1100-1.1 1'1. It..to. I
l'I..Jm'o: Kemealer, Modmmparative I IN.... Weath.. Newt. Sparta. Weatker TrH ( .. Monday ....pt.) Your committee has been constantly DEAUTYCARE

'" from INHO 10 Movie, "(,un' of Fort Prttlroat". ,., N.... I I too- 4-0-7.10... New.. Weather, Sport.It ..4S-10 !lP.'" Ihplo.... artooni i ) seeking worthwhile indus
N.
Millions Paid
.4-.4 Mo..., Made. For Farhie 1,10-II Comment 'G-4 Hawaiian Cy .. I ",00--4 Movie. 'How Marry a trial for This
our
II county
O'h.? 1,11, -'7 5.. Hunt a ,.......d tilt... tit- I Movie. TiM M for Murder Millionaire prospects
Mo.. 11 New.. Weather Iporta Outlook" 0 Mcvi.. Ito.th of a Scoundrel' I : :: has been done by replying to any
8em. Da, I'U Find Yo 7 Movw Hoya Town" Pt I
M.." 1 Movie. (.. of Dr. Laurent*
Third
Pt. II N... 10 Mop Th .
I 10:SO- It A Winer WerIdAft. industrial
li,,30-4 ..., *f th.* .eat "i4l-, Kduoatlon Lople.). 10 Miami Uncovered .._ To Retirees prospects passed along ByMRCIMV
Afwrnoeaj S Honl1o.8"..", Reporti4S ,,_* Montovanl 11 Government of th* Peopl to us by the Florida Development
(Sam a. Monday ...eet) 11 7 Biography liiM-It Nlghtwatrk N' *. a4t05'th (Sam .. Monday *.o.n$) : KINNE
The Jet..a Owner
12,15-4 Movie) 'So' This la Love"I II Night Life nf 321. C .1. eo., II I.aff Tim. 110'" N. I 1'00-1" Movie' tonfinVntml: Agent Commission, b y corresponding -

rOO.-II Movie, 'Count the Hour. ._ -4 ).._Walter Cronklt. 7,30-4 l/ucl.Deal Comedy Hour - - PI,. I Florida RanksDuring with several companies mentionedby Operators '
"G-4 Movie. "Ten Tall Men* '.7 New*-Huntley. BrloileyII I Frontier' Clreo.I 430 -. Movl.. Rocky Mont.ln"I Industrial Research FRANCIS
Expansion REDDISH
f Movie. -The Sni SVI(." Kewa The Lieutenant MONDAYJUNE M 0I.I.. "Th. Bpnllera'B
.t4 -f fcoibaeay: ;'.. ., II R.. Cochran New* II Hoot..n.r 29 -I Yo.l Bear 1963. a total of $87. by talking to several l prospects who NElliE CRISWELL
Bvenl t TiOO, -4 Boh Ho.... Koad to Rln 1,30, -4 1 h. Defender. li4S-I PhotographyEvening. have come into the office and by
ft Joey MI.h.... 334,000 went into retirement funds
a Mndernaa-e Theatre, The Blue Veil
1"-4.
Kewa, WeatlMr. IperM 11-11 Lawrence Webb Moraine reopening several cases that were
Newa. Weather f The Honeymooner. for employes of the State of Florida -
10 Moo... "Man Prom 19aiit X" II .....1", Parade t 00-S.7 Movie, Lu.t for life" ..00-1., Continental Claaanduetlon I'00-4-5 N.... Bnoru Weather. in the office. Now Featuring '
sIoII C.I.0SdI7 ,..301,1o..tJu.eI Khowtlm. ., -4 Phil Hllvera 511.-A 8umm.. lI.m..lo. 'In''... I* Muoy. "ltte"510Il or of local governments t m thestate -
.....u... 11-11 De.try. lit Hollywood ... Variety to Hpare Bclenc."' IAmm..t-Art Oreee.lilt and $31,561,000) was paid In April your executive direc- N 'I
11 Newa lisa-4 Rout IIt7 111014 lunamok .110-0 Col..... 01 tho Aim .-7 Sea JI"nt-A..ntura Pedicures
...1N.._ Slob Hop. 10: -11 Untouchaole. ,., Co.tln.n..1 CI..._ (Color) 10 N..., Weather, Sport. GUI an excess of $55,773000) of ATHLETIVS lOOr GERM:
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S Runt..lh4n.1q. Z.pe'. 11-11 Mu..... Law 12 The Deputy' 19 lhree, II''...... II N.... receipts over payments accordIng 'Relaxing Facials' I
HOW 10 kILL IT
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I N._ t,00, -II Eight of the Week 10"1011 Make &p_ .t4O-10 Bunrl.e Meholar I 28-4 Weather II
II Night Weather Llf. of t", OoLi C..., Ii30, '-4 Twiiltht Cob. 11. '-.4. I, 1. 10 is hems 4,40, -'4 N... I In Bpanlak .,10-4 N.... to a report on finances of government IN 1 DAYS I II not pl...... with atronlT4L I
,., Tw T. Tw 11.010 Tope In Roorta iCwt.blo.Alm.oo. t intley-Brlnaley. ( Report employe retirement systems liquid, your 10. bach at any drug
10-11 The Price I. RIskS lIilOCh.mpler.bip Wreatllojlltla S ss-II 11//.... Weather. 10 Smarfoot .tore, Welch Inlecled akin alough off. HOMO :
10,00.-4 Alfred Hlltb.... T,OO-4 Po..... Playhou. It Night> Life an the Gold C..., published by the Commerce Watch healthy ski''n replace It. No mere I S\TL'RDVY during
l-t Jack Paar -4 Menlo. The Stmdownera". ,-, Today ti4l, -4- N.' .. > Walter CronklM Department's Bureau of Ihe Census Itch and burning U.o.et i.'pilo, ..oo'h.In July August and September
RCA VICTOR 10 II Hunt of the Week 11,20, -7 Other World.II TiSO, -4 N... 1.7-New. Huntley, Brlnkley T-4.L FOOT POWDER too-.line I
lOiSO-4 Portrait ::30III 0.10 Hi (" '"u..1 10-12 New.T / for ....1. leet, loot oderiela.aOOn) .
U Vtyttt J-.arp 10 Movie, W.lklng D...." 13 Movie' .00-4 1 Death V.lley Day! Marion A. Leonard director of In the akin tor hour.. NOW at STUART 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536
|0,4-I) Make That Spar 11.. Btarllvht Theatre, ',,18-II But Not rortott** 1 Huckleberry Hound DRUG CORP.
...... "" -,? vVeeitll.g '.-. 'T.epc ....... the Derartment'Field Office in
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.c; It New. 1'00-10 Dunne. Club .too-4 Captalk. KanBar** of llerrule. Miami, says that 47 per cent of the
1t..IIMo.. ...., "Phantom of th. I to*-II ..'.hI..... Bkw. Ho.. t a., Today I.) Pared
Opera" 1.Ch.'nplon.hl* Wre.tH.g, _1. l)nln'. Ca>>ll.., f ... 'V:139.!140011 4 CUB' II ReportaHarriott H7,300.KK) () ) in receipts was contributed ... .. ,

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10 Movie" Uncle; Hurry 4iO.-II MovK' No. 1 I,o -u foeue A4..n,.... .f our. .d cent by the state 12 cent
,_U .Nlibtwatik Variety. - - 1,20, -11 Canlea Pan per per
4>OS-II Movl No. I SUNDAYAifcE IrJO-..' Today Show ':00-4 PVI.Klli by local governments, and :20!

-S TU-RDA-Y- I z* 10 II Mornln Report Playhou. ,':SO' -4 Patty""'...Dilk.. Show per cent was from earnings on

JUNE IT I,4S..II Adventiir. TI... lo-li The ).t'n..re'. Daughter' (investments.
MoroltgsII4 .tOO-4 Movie. "rhe Airalnatfonae" tho .,DOB.I... IlilIbblileeI Of the SI I.500.000 paid out last
The Ralnt
Bunrh' Rem.ter "ModeraC Morning I Drake .. .T ... Ion..* year 67 per cent was in benefits CRUISEFROM
.., .mparatlv Ilrama from llOU'Ct4.lO ,:.to-It Three Sloogea' .. T MovieThe Dolly gl.teraII Pt I In... Ben Carey to retirees 32 per cent in refundsof
Armed Force t-U Mawa and hl.o$. 5,10-4: DIck v. 0,..
.,SS- ...... N... .0G-4 Cartoon-o-vlll 11 .( BillyPlayh.,M. 10'00'-4 Danny Kara tfbnr contributions plus I allowable
PROVED- 1,00-4 t'arto,o.o..II" I Farm Almanaa 1,30-4 au." 5.? rieventb.. Hour interest to employees leaving before
7 CartoonaIt
I Hopalonc' Laaaldy IAwo.dAody 10 Dick Powell( Thaatr
T t'. (;I..u. Non/ ,. It Morning Playao. U 77 tunerS Strip retirement and I per cent
RCA VICTORoffers TiOS -It Comedy Tim Trim-u Comedy Tim. lOtOO-4, H..."..., IllOO-'4-I.T.10 Newa. Weather.' Sport was for administrative costs and
Tilt' -10 "Arxed Per... on Farad.*" ,:,30C..loon..m.. 6.7 Make Room fur D.tubdy 11 Newa-Bill lIh..IatI \ MIAMI ANY TIME
..30-I Acrlotiltural Report I Agrlenltur/ Report 10 Life of Rlley) 1 IIS'-4 M'.ni.. "I>...mbn.t" incidental payrncnto.graduated .
a 7 Fin Club 10 Pan AmerlcuII IOIS, -'., New* 11:30-: -S-7 Tonlvht wIlD Johnny
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10 Lone lion,.. 8nnrU. Th. 0,30, -4 I Love La. Taraon (Color!
ONE-YEAR WARRANTY 10 Cartoo Carnival .,,00-4 Goepel KavrreMft 0 Men Griffin (Color) 10 Movl.. Art of J.o.." from the 24th Infantry
II New Movie, AngeU Over Broadway". T Word for Word (Color, ) It 1t.II"h' Th..im.mesmi OF YEAR !
on all parts !including! your color T Bullwlnkle 10-11 Price ,I. Klght HI.htteb ..... Division i Non-Commissomed Officer .
tube! 10 Co.pel Caravan ...11 Th. Mixing Link. 4tOS-11 Mo. .
picture Academy in Augsburg Germany
It Morning P1. D.o.s )1,00..4 IIOCo,. !!
EXCLUSIVE SALES &; SERVICEFRANK'S 5 OS-.II Big Mick .., Concentration on June 11. The twenty-

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7-DAY CRUISES
11 VMory Haptl.t CfeapallOO "ftor.... of the division 34th Infantry FROM AS LITTLE AS $160
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,: It 'Covers the Waterfront' till MlRT (Florida) NEWS Thnnxfur, June M. 964 3-C
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PALM CITY NEWS J

L MRS ANITA WHITE Correspondent M7-S58J 'Seaside Plants of the World' '" r.., 1r.1'tINtw' / '


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a a Unbeaten Junior Leaguers Stuart Newest, Book ,


, Head for Unbeaten SeasonOur -

Seaside Plants of the W<<1d" The SWMI author. I'fQOntlhln.' I dedi.M on, was the intrWehiction
is EdWin A. Wenninger's, newest need with, a tew of wiener; Howe t'kridOlf
Junior League team I is still ikfeated for ( to manv new exotic
at the whole .
I season.The hook by Florida" State Vmvcrsitv.I bouquets of the giants/ whichnow
a undefeated, which: speaks well forthen girls sofihall' Scans of Palm PuMitthcd, by Hearth Hte Pr- first became imvcenied. in (flower I add to the beauty of( t h i' w, ,* 'v,
and
Palm City defeated
Salerno Sun-
I
City. da girls 118 R*>t T++enty.ei. Street ing trees of the troptw hy import- state'H gardens and luixKcapmg' I
a Are you attending the games'? \ night 22-IS N9w York 16 N Y.. the new lug their seeds from all over the His Flowering frees of i the: ssd4 '
A Please do, for moral support could I volumes more than WO tyMcs, world1 to hit Stuart nrJetv and I \\orld' has established him is .iglobal rw +ea w ly ;" 9r'', Sf V ,
s be a factor in the team s being unPFRSONILS Prayer Services with 440 photographic iflMtrammspccWiws nurwrv authority\ \ on trees for tropics .

in plants which successfully I The net result of that activity. and warm climates! .
r Time Changed fight suit_I sand and wind.! :which grew from' a hobby" t to a Seaside Plants;, ot the \\orldis "
The Friday prayer service will not only' an indisputable reference
Mrs Evelyn Higbce had the R. he held the next two Fridays, June Mr and Mr*, Frank Cot of 'owr.. ..wAVrewswssws' "' "a I le horliculliirisi::; : librariansand
h F Worthams of Orlando as week. :;!6 and July 1, at the United I M.tpp Road had Elizaheln Wick: conservationists,,,, but U also .1 i
end guest, On Friday night her Church of Christ. guide for gardeners living .
t (Congregational) and Thomas Ikihea, West Palm Ocean Breeze practical (
supper guests were Mr and Mrs at 1 p.m. because of KMc' School i Beach to spent" the day with them near the sea or 1 m mountain
V V. Wortham and doughIer Many of the teachers are regular last Saturday. and desert nreas where wind and!
Jackie, Jensen Beach; Mr and attendants at the services+. Park News sent 1 erosion are constant enemies r
Irn Mn W D Hester and son, Mike, Welcome to Palm City Mr. and Man)' of the h..rd1'1,10". which br1
Ira Henderson, N, C, and her house Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Mead Mrs Durrell Harvey and children !Mrs! ROXY KMFIFtD, ha describes art capable of im. t' s

.r guests and daughters!, Julie Ann and Dcnn, Ricky and Tina from Coor"'JNM1dmtro migration and acelimation-in fact, a
Mrs Ruth Schrick Amy Lynn, Fast t Orwell, Ohio, Cruver. Tet They are !living on some do better in new locations:
Boca Raton, Second Street and he I. ..<." '_' .. II. ,
employedby in their
Is are visiting Mr Meads parents, than lands of origin 5
spending ten days with Mrs w
h Lena Feigel the Mvrlen Meads, and the John Chcermn and Pila Dairy Gilbert Ne>'er and his friend, I Menmngcr not onlI I tells what -
$ I
Van Hces. Mrs. Dlln Panero i is Mr. Roslty. from Cape Ma,. N, plants do best in stamhng up tithe ) .! .
n pending
Sharon Tingle, Florence Ala? ; J., have returned To their home I ravages of wind, salt spray and 1
Is Mr. and Mrs. Judson; Minear two week in Mount Holly and i driven sand, but also
Mr
visiting and Mrs Wayne after a visit with Mr. Neyer'. grandparents why.>
h and family have Hdckett town, N. J, .
returned from
West on Sunset; Trail. a Mr. and Mrs William I Ever wonder why the A II s
'
vacation and business trip Placer BcaiiclcrlcMis tralian pine can face the sea 'so I ,fa f
Jim Butts, Alexander Springs visited were Tifton, Ga, Lewis Connie Pope left Tuesday for successfully. ?, Its hard t surfaced) t ;
Is I spending few days with his hurg, Tenn, and Ashvillc, N. C. five days at camp at lake Byrd Emma Scruff has returned leaves are put together like!. fish '
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mmcar attended the American Lodge, Avon Park. from a visit with her sister andbrotherin scales and are impervious' '" tei salt,
Butts.! I Jersey Cattlemen's convention.: I law, Mr.f Mrs' The Spanish bayonet and the
Mr and Mn James Vandifordand lia11f
Frank l in '
dsentcr.
Mr and Mrs. Mrs Clyde lewis sea grape have leaves (hit arecovt'rcd r' 4
and
Pryor Gilliard children: family have returned from a I 4 Itti
and family have moved to Wau- are visiting both his and her parents vacation in Kmsicm N. C Douglas I Commander and Mrs. O II. Ho- with protective waxMan !(. +
chula In Knoxville Tenn Vandiford came back with them noil from Key West are guests of ) grayish-green- beach plant
10 spend the 'summer, her sister" and hrother-m.law. Mr are covered with a pnMeelive ar is
: If
Mr. 4
and Mrs Travis Stone and moo of tiny hairs.This ;
$ and Mrs Luther Weeks on Sixth i
family spent the weekend!. in Bir- Wayne Baxley, Daytona Beach Street hook should now only he
tow spent the past t week with the Andy popular in Florida bin also. for

Mr. and Zglmickis: Ray Zglinicki returned Mr and Mrs AI Pi\Chlllre celebrating { seaside landCaperIltrl"llIhout
Mrs Herbert
Home Loan Talksby : Daniel the world It covers trees plants
recently returned from three weeks! to Daytona with him for a few their thirty-sixth weddinganmtersorv
and ground covers
day this week. But wishes grasses
vacation in Double Springs Ala. listed at $995, it will save
from all of their friends in the
don herold Since their return he his been Mrs, Annahcll: Mcdlin, Dallas, park. I many many times that amountfor
ho'pit.lli/ed, but i is home now Tcn i spending several weeks I anyone seriously! interested not
Mrs l.orfna Bean and two sons, visiting the Clifford Petty. last Ralph Terrio I is back in Martin only u> !seaside planting but also in
Mr and Mrs Percy Wilson and Neck Mrs Ruth and Mrs Memorial Hospital for treatment 1 '
Petty carefree: plantings hark front the M t
; UYl1g{ (hYO: daughter: of Double' Springs Ala. Medlin were in Miami for several I coast: inasmuch as man of the wt :
&rrY/ were here for several days this days with Edward Robertson! Mr and Mrs Charles Chihas/ mentioned p. t G f
= I hardy plants grow f'qimlly -
(is a b2/ past week with Mr. and Mrs. brother of Mrs Petty, who is convalescing who have been guests of Ms brother I) well some miles back from' the
DlRleI. from and sistcr-in-luw, Mr and Mrs.Otto I
transactiol1 recent surgery. actual seashore
; ( Chirms' have returned to
I the hardest !
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Mrs Elizabeth: Huston has goneto their home in London, Tenn. Be y
I and most independent of the
MODEL OF NEW Arcanum, Ohio, for the summer fore leaving!!. they !bought Mr and world's plants, the results' of millions
Mrs. Tracy's mobile home and
MINIATURE of of to
j standing
years up
will be back for the winter
Mrs Hannah Mrs. Aleine
1 HEARING AID GIVEN Terre and outwitting the realities of bit ..,. -
Senne and Johnny Heureux have Mrs Isabel: Taylor has returned ter salt, raging, wind and blowing h""I\"I.'A\ ,:
Stuart FloridaA returned from a vacation in Washington from her vacation in Chicago, 111. sand (0\FR OF NIW F.\ IU"l'IAN: SOI.'.lilt "ORl.I
D. C., Blue Ridge and the --- -- -- -
fl most unique free offerof Smoky Mountains They were Mr. and Mrs Joe Robinson have
special interest to those away two weeks returned from their vacation in
who hear but do not under Olkahomil" Missouri and Indiana
Mr and Mrs Joseph I.a Manna,
stand
words has
just been Orange, N. J., visited his mother, A lovely beach picnic was held I
announced by Van Co. A tfrs. Arthur Herb, and her father, for Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Osborne,
Let First Federal true-life, actual size replicaof C. L (Pop) Claytor, last week. who have since left for Detroit,
the smallest t Van Co. ever Mich, and Mr and Mr Frank IiI
made will be Mn. Mae Pike. Hollywood,
given absolutely Lillie, leaving for their vacationat
of Vero free to anyone answering this Calif. was also a recent i u eat Silver i Springs, W Va., a n dFrankfort
help of her father, .
"Pop" Claytor.Mr.
advertisement tVear-test it ml I Those who attended -
in the privacy of your own and Mrs Kenneth Harveyand were: Mr. and Mrs Otborna,
home without cost or obligation three sons of Orlando "spent Mr. and Mrs. Lillie, Mr., and Mrs.
you "fly right"Quite of any kind. It'. yours to he weekend with the Delmar Marveyi Randy Smith i Mr. and Mrs I Guy I, .
on Cornell Newcomers, Mr. Lewu, Mr, and Mrs. Don Donaldson I s
keep, free. The size of this e
Van and Mrs Durrel Harvey also were Mr. and ten Bushmill, Mr '
Co.
often, the first real sizable la only one of its there, milking it the first, time in and Mrs. Bill, Towers and Mr and tl
many features It weighs less five years the three brothers had Mrs. Skinner. ,
financial: deal many people make is I
than
third of
a an ounce and been
the purchase of a home. it's all at ear level, in one I together. I Mrs. Myrt Armit has left for
unit. No wires lead from Kenneth Moore attended church a visit with her children In MichIgan ?

Because: it is a big transaction, body to head. Here is truly camp from June 10 through 16 and Canada
for hard at Lake Byrd Lodge Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. E. Helms
you should get advice from some new hope the of R. from
hearing Oak Ridge, lenn, are viwting her
one experienced over many years Mr. and Mrs Otto C hi-
These models are free Only one third of the graduates parents
in judging and evaluating property: of hu\L
Italy's universities today
while the limited supply lasts, .
are women. Hut 100 .
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'so we suggest you call or year ago I Mr. and Mn. Otto Chihasz are
To make sure your Investment Is only one Italian woman In five '
write for yours now. Again, could read and attending: the square dance cat
write
sound, consult First Federal of we repeat, there is no cost: vention being held in M ami.

Vero Reach early. and certainly no obligation Mrs Geneva Deitz and Mra. .

HELP STOP Helen Mast have returned! from a .
For its own protection First Federal three weeks' visit with friends! in ,
carefully examines the locationof WESTERN AUTO MALICIOUS a Orlando; Lecshurg, Largo and! St .
ASSOCIATE STORE Petersburg: .
the property you propose to buy,
281 Oiccola: Stuart, Fla. WOODS The weekly bridge club was
the construction (or plans.) the title, L.
287-0775 held at Clement Hall Tuesday' with
'f"I .
etc This protects you as well as ._. -
only two tables playing. Mrs William ,
them. Towers was /hostess, and Mn
Myrt Huntington won high score. I,

Your loan at First Federal will Enjoy the Summer Season Mrs. Leonard Smith entertained I _

cost you less because their closing With New "Do" from I several friends at her cabana

costs and interest rates are reasonable I) Tuesday:"" afternoon.We .

and they will allow you to PARK PLAZA have just had news. from People

make advance payments on principal Mr and Mrs. Joe Sorrell, who are ..
whenever able BEAUTY SALON spending t couple of months with i
you are ,Mrs !Sorrell't! daughter! and family
I 317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-283I I in Casper, Wyo. that it Is snowing who pay to shop -

hllt.. .... an ......... .. to tJO.000kr OWNER: GEORGIA ILVRDWICK in the Casper Mountains, two .
tb. ,.......l as vli,.. .r>4 t... l..urConwatlMU .- miles from Casper, They will (leave ..- -
.!!_.. mad. .n/, MlMllrt Ycm Mar...4..'W.. u Yf> OPERATORS VELMA THOMAS BARBARA HUNTER there and spend some time with .;.u :.
.aw.a Ru Yr' her parents, Mr anti Mrs Willow,
(Copyrighted 1964)) =:| RECEPTIOMSTl BETTY IIARDWICK In Poplar Bluff, Mo, and return Most relailcn we inspect, wouf stinitJcr at the idea Vila measures: this paying audience?
via New Jersey for a visit with
Mr. Sorrell daughter and family of charts customer m admission tee to shop intheir
As memberi of the Audit Bureau of Circulatloni<
: we
HAW ,
WANTA MORE
FLORIDA ru AT. The park was saddened hy the store. I I <
COMFORTABLE Jdo : new .f Harold New's death in ihmit our circulation records to regular inspection by

MORTGAGE? Michigan visitorshere The Neeses. were winters Vet we do H regutarty.; Readers buy this paper for traveling ABC auditors. This b an organisation of


II ,... ....l a ..nun bu ... Mr. and! Mn. J. McLarty had the new and feature, hut they also buy k.to ise yout nearly 4,000 advertiser: advertithw. agencies, anelpub-
toll.. kov .r h........ "..... >"".. a dinner entertain- ashen who* sole/porir' l t "'aVcurate
party Sunday
.tolkM Fln< F_r.1 .. v... -.k. advertising. know what yon aielmn tf to grvt and
They want to
v.. ca. ..., It .11 In ._'....bl. ng Mr, and Mrs Charles Shaffer '
._'b'. ..*. -... ......w. k... Mr. and Mn. fcJ Schmidt. factual circulation f fepprti! ,'
what
t rate* Mr*. Gertrude Hume, John Oil- your prices are, and compare; Utjs'with what

Phowt Vtro Beach S4W373 IDD MILES SOUTH OF lUlU bert Mr, and Mrs. (}olive Sloan another merchant is advetl ny, ABC measures our circulation audience in accordance

e a. Air 411" 'Ioa 0.... and Mr and Mn. Joe Fowler from with the highest industry standards."

FEDERALSAVINGS GOLF AND nSIi : :.rn-a-a:- ::.II n t......... Patrick Air Base Readers are stoppers, and people who pay to shop

FIRST AT RUnCER' i':ii:: N' Fact .ra.... Ca.'.. John Gilbert is spending the shop to bu,. Its reports tell how many shoppers buy our paper

".. .... -. .. weekend in Daytona.
tc LOANASSOCIATION b.b4 b.-s. 0. where they buy It, what they pay, and many other facts
S Sh.ltIo...... -Tla_ William Baume and Mn Ada
,... c...... Ckb PI..P. Urry acre married m Canada. about Your advertiMng reaches them as an Invited guest, &to help you know Out paying audience.
OF .CAnAIS'S TABLE" a.Y :ns4.Mru.I .... +k twa4. '
slot ten days After their honeymoon -
ago.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY nsa. New IJttIe : U..ry.d" .M= I4H.P. . 1011'1010lIotel they are expected to be at They study it at their leisure, and they will respond For full details on the people who pay to shop, ask

2045 14lh Are. Dial 561-2373 Rntallnnl 1. LWr.' '. "'-e. home in the park. if what you have to say interests them. to see a Copy of our latest ABC report

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IIIUKSDAY! JUNE 25, 196.. 're ObservingOur

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Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard- I 50th Year

Stuart Martin County, Florida as -: '
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Entered as aecond-<:Iw mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida 4

MEMBER OF: 'Town July 4thON

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ,art iy y '.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION SATURDAY July 4. there will be r, y : ,
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS an observance! : of the town of Stuarts titu ,;f ''V.41.

eth anniversary What we will be observing
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS Editor actually is the first incorporation of the town '''',f :t'':::
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_LARON H. CAIN Advertising Manager_ on May 7, 1914 although this was a 'settled > .> 't.,.,'t;:.,t >">
place long before that, with Palm Beach '
'W MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years a '"( :
$8,90. (Subscriber" living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rates) County deputy sheriff school and a Palm Beach ': fr'. i

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50 County. elementary .;'0.,1ti ,
w' Six month $275, three months 175. t .; :rm.; ;." ',. :
Foreign and Canadian rates on application THIS NEWSPAPER early this year published ; ,
an exhaustive special edition which f :
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told of the entire background of the area. 'uwe d. 1fl "
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won't go into that It might bo interesting, \ .".' ., ,'1. ,", i(

Things ',lIaJe ill U.S.A: Becoming AlltsetllJl Pieces however, to take a look at this place ,m ,, .... ; ,>';,/: j
July, 1914 ,' ', Zt
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Jobs? We Give Millions of Them century WHAT? Transportation HAS changed, the the ease most with in hull whichwe n i I '' Sv > "...- ...

I get around and about Is obviously the ,,- R l

AwayThen 'Wage War on Poverty'The leader Back in 1914, you walked, took .1< E
boat or a tram Autos were few, roads were I.
terrible ,,
most ridiculous thing to occur in our There is no longer a single manufacturer s u F s, s a sv wtr

times>> i is> for Americans to he unable to find of watch movements in this country. NEARLY FIFTY YEARS ago on July ) e

jobs>> when "economic prosperity" is at its When you go fishing on Americas lakes 3, 1914 The Stuart Times carried this item

highest and rivers, and proudly cast out with a beautiful "Big black bears have been playing havoc

It is exceeded in absurdity' only by talk new spinning reel the chances are 999 tol with Elias Simmons' bee hives that he had

about "the vast growing army of permanently that it was made in France, Japan, Italy or MI near the House of Refuge on the beach

unemployed" and the need for huge "make. Switzerland Only a small production of hand- and they caused so much trouble that Elias .

work" project to assist! our poor crafted reels are still made in the U.S.A. had to move (them away. Bears do like honey t a 4

: Jobs? We have given them away by the Some so-called 'mimufaeturcrs" in the U.S. ." That a big change; the bears are gone rl i, ; .atM.eMd. '

millions Poverty? Yell we have the sadly are using a number of dodges to make it appear a'. t l( : :

poor at a time when this nation is consuming that they actually still make the stuff, but JULY 4. 1914 was on a Saturday and

more manufactured items than ever before in if you read the fine print in (the ads you'll run the big event was a promotional picnic at

its hi\lory-made increasingly in foreign lands. Into such admissions as 'designed in America, Palm City reached by bout-there was no

: Inflation? Sure we are debasing our cur crafted in Sweden" Palm City bridge. By ferry from Stuart and
I\RKM-SS! : AI !NOON: :'\ Billows the Arson filed in with
ol smoke shown rolling acrossL by highway! charges were connection this
rency, pushing what t could he a sound economic In some cases, every part but one or two in private launches, and by shanks' mare or
S. i i lone mile north ot Stuart "blaze The woods tinder and authorities
afternoon for-
Friday 0.t i raging are dry county fire-fighting
system downhill to hell in a wheelbarrow- simple screws or fittings Is made in a foreign team and 1m Lizzie on the far side, a crowdof
est fire, which !started Rio the blocked be careful,
ul dill before was eventually warn everyone to especially
made overseas country shipped over here "unavscmhlcd" to 231 I assembled to listen to patriotic speeches.
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take advantage of the cheapest tax, and then hear the new Stuart Band play in their white
The apologists for the mess m which we "assembled" as "made in America" suits watch a baseball game and drink lemonade without those fine lolL sufferingany about the petition as they will emphasize Stuart took the Zoning Board and
find ourselves-and it will get worse-accuse by ihe barrel. more heartaches the concern for needed City Commission away from the
of Practically every American crockery plant Grateful, improvements.: business! men, who are running the
automation stealing jobs. LETTERS mmmr.EDin.oR
has shut down, The
dishes the housewife
new
for the
city exclusively interest 1 of
-Former Patient 1 I. The petition was a spontaneous -
They arc right but only to a small degree THOSL WERE days of dignity and decorum
buys today arc made in Japan, the British Isles idea brought and implemented the business man?
They /are loudly blaming the cook for pilfering and Belgium The nails that hold our boards The men who were really somebody H II\NG IOGMIIFK: OR by various maritime up groups The people arc told they cannot

the ice box while saying nothing about the real together are made in West Germany and most like C. C. Chillmgworth. president of Palm II\NG: MI'ARVIrLY: -the Sailfish Club, Charter Boat put a sign in their window that

culprit who is robbing us blind. of the cement that holds our concrete blocks Beach Land Company or J. B. McDonald Editor Stuart News: Association, Commercial Fishermen can be read from the street, but

Joe and Jane Smith, Americans, need look together comes from Belgium. The light arms Stuart's first mayor, wore white linen suns The opinions expressed those Communists have fragrant definitions C G Auxiliary! Izaak Wal- they allow a business man to put

no farther than their own stores, shops and ap industry, a typically American skilled craft for and white Panama hats. Ordinary folks wore of the writers. It .f.ol letters t for deadly programs Communists' ton League, Rivers League Okee- up"not just a sign but a huge

pliance outlets to see where the missing jobs generations!, is being harried to the wall by Belgian white duck pants and white shirts White was are printed above a non de plumebut are masters of disguise, chobce Waterway Association billboard in the middle of town
have gone. They are abroad. French, Japanese and Italian gun-makers the order of the day. You don't see men never without The News know masquerade, the reversal, the among others. overlooking our new road. This is

While political Pied Pipers tell us that we The barbed wire that surrounds American wearing while any more, That has changed ing the name of the writer, Letters double-lie and the hoodwinked 2. There was no pressure or 1 Lighthouse Point's contribution to
must be prepared to support in perpetuity "the ranches sent in anonymously are filed douhle-<:ro\.. concentrated "drive" for signatures the beautification program? Mr.
from
comes overseas in the waste basket,The Editor To abolish poverty by making Petitions were available at Ambler will have to go some to
millions displaced by automation, and crack OR BLACK. Judge J. B. Adams, county
Ninety cent of the sold poverty-stricken Communist slaves offset that "beauty"I
the
per cameras in marinas, tackle and bait stores.
economists preach that it is "good" for the judge for Palm Beach County wore a black
pot US. arc foreign-made and a lot of them come SHE: SPEAKS UP out of the poor is the biggest lie boat companies. Thus, these signatures I in favor of everyone who
nation to plunge deeper and deeper into debt hat a black frock coat black shoes and a
MK IIOSPIUI. ot all Communist trick for
from Communist t East Germany. a many represent direct and vol. wants to sell buttercups or shoe
all citizens of common sense know that this black tic. His noble white beard stood out It is when the
many years- tragic maritime whichis laces in their home
Our household Editor Stuart News: untary interest, : putting up a
clothing, and
is political malarkey and economic insanity.We goods variety magnificently under a Roman nose and a poor are turned into political foot- a federal concern. billboard" in their front yard
have handed too large share of the stores are jammed with dresses, shirts, textiles of piercing blue A fairly new resident of Mar balls by Communist megalomaniacs Let's find
pair eyes Everything was tin County I have t completed 3. Please note the number of out when you buy a piece
American market t to and kitchen products made in prosperous na white black there in-betweens just and kicked all the place '
over of
foreign whether
:. producers or ; were no a four weeks stay m Martin Memorial women s signatures, which indicate i. property you own H
lions where there
is no
unemployment .
problem Stealthy subtle Communist
Hospital creeping the deep concern felt by wives or whether the businessman can
: Automatic machines have not taken over and there are no "pockets of poverty." ON MONDAY July 1\\. Judge Adams I hud heard favorable programs, disguised! as beneficial and mothers over the dangers of put whatever restrictions, on that

the jobs that used to produce: American-made Our transistor radios!!, hearing aids, TV fined Wilson W Lancaster STOO() for selling on the hospital very before I be.reports are a slow trip to a Com- our Inlet property he thinks ore to HIS in-
typewriters American-made watches and a'' sets and products ranging from eggbeaters to munist police.i state a Communistgradualism 4. Please JUVtf: ,
the
i whiskey to Semmetes. HDUitor-Wrtl H. 'cltrnc\ a "ltient. there, but_mcI to the u slaughter' house, note, too, the many
thousand! other products of craftsmanship once pipe cleaners are being made abroad In many Stevens commented In The Times: "Merelyfor I have been in some of the finest brutalizing indignities and liqui- signatures beyond Martin County Let's get the billboards off the

proudly labeled "Made in U.S.A." cases: the United States government financedthe the profit there is in it, people sell liquor hospitals in the country-I I did not dation of o u r religious leaders In our opinion this represents: the streets There never was and never
The factories that made them are empty factories (hat put our own out of business. to the Seminole Indians who reside out in the know exactly what to expect Communists dump around glitter. widespread interest in and need will be a beautiful one

and the hands that made them are idle, victimsof Everglades west and south of Stuart and The dedication, the "oneness"and ing promises of bread and liberty for a safe Inlet here because of the Sincerely

the starry-eyed and successful attempt to As any country bunker could tell you, the every time they are caught they get fined the sincerity of the entire staff in paradise. hut deliver little bread importance of this area from the lola ConnollyLET'S
of
the economies of former allies and for sauced me. I have never received and no liberty in hell standpoints commercial use ,
revive road to financial collapse is to lake in less than good and heavy It does not pay to break commercial fishing, and
cruising -
such conscientious attention in To change American
mer enemies. you pay out the law"BACK my our way
life How anyone living near Stu- of life and torn government t into recreation You will see that in
Because buy more from abroad than .
we
Our national has resulted ; lleo addition to Martin
policy in paying County there
would dream of welfare LAUGH
art ever going to a of socialism, via
\Vc /sell abroad, our gold has been flowing out more than we lake in by buying more IN 1914 the Seminoles were free. a hospital in Fort Pierce or West gradualism under world government lire signatures from vitally inter-

abroad. foreign goods thun we export and paying the They were not on any reservations.! They Palm Beach except for the services will eventually slowly but ested boatmen representing Fort ,..........- --
American citizens cannot demand gold for difference in gold or pledges on gold This roamed out beyond Palm City in their nomadic of specialists not practicing surely creep and crawl into world Lauderdale Fort Pierce, Eau Gal-
our currency, but foreigners can for the credits suicidal economic practice has resulted in cred- gypsy wagons camping at Tom Tiger at Martin Memorial 1 cannot communion and subjugate the tic, Vero Beach. Belle Glade Lake A bank teller skillfully ell bcl'

they hold against us its against' us overseas sufficient to drain our Tail Hummock near today's Minute Maid imagine United States of America under Park Coeoa, Hollywood Riviera zlc-d $20.(XX), and did it so. neat.
Their claims today exceed all of the gold entire gold supply any lime our creditors press Groves or in Hungry Land close by Pratt I have read in The Stuart News the ultimate slavery and terror of West Beach Lantana, Palm Beach and ly that the bank couldn't prove a
in Fort Knox. and and other newspapers of the odor godless Red Russia, along with the Palm Beach Miami Boynton case All it could do was sum-
We are broke and don't know it. their notes .Whitney. and noise nuisance suit being i traditional Communist extermination Beach, Fort Myers and out-of. manly fire him The next day the
What folly! Ours was a noble gesture indeed, and bused/ brought against Martin Memorial of racial groups and complete Mate-among many others. Signs teller applied for his old job. The
on self-interest: in stabilizing western Europe THEY CAME in to trade at Uncle WaIter Hospital by the City of Stuart purge of leadership. tures from Hobo Sound Indian- personnel man was floored at his

But it is not too late to reah/e thai the and Japan but it is currying nobility too fir Kitchin,'* store and young John E. Tay as the result of complaints by per- Everyone in the U S'A. should' town Port St Lucie as well as gall But the embezzler pointedout
yet to shut down our factories, put our skilled lor, long since a real estate man. would do sons living near the hospital. I beware of false prophets i and sanctimonious Stuart, Jensen Beach Port Salerno "My wife and I have everything
real cure tor poverty, unemployment and a workers on the unemployment rolls and Inflate business with them The Seminoles have both must admit I am not fully aware hypocrites All I I of us and Rio indicate the widespread -a home clothes a new car.
depreciating currency is to recover American of the details of the local concern.It Why hire someone who* has to
our currency. gone and changed. The men back then wore complaints. must hung together against a common
jobs for Americans just a long rainbow shirt the iiiuny-hucd Surely there must be a way to enemy or all of us will hang is hoped that th substantial start from "scratch, and might be
Jobs? They would be running out of our skirts solve this nuisance suit that will separately, indication of the concern we feel tempted'' to steal.?"-Chatter, North
of the the and
ears if we made in this country only a small The political problem solvers ask: "Wherewill women swept ground spare the feelings of the many fine Carl Liddlc. for the St I.ucie Inlet will further Phoenix, Ariz
their necks loaded with
portion of the flood of foreign goods that today v e find jobs for the poor of Appalachia were to their chins (people who work at the hospital TallahasseeINLET arm you in working on the problem .
multi-colored heads.
crams practically every retail outlet in the or the unemployed Negroes, who lead the jobless : I noticed, during my stay, the While the petitions also are Sergeant: "What is the first t thing
United States It is rapidly reaching the stage ranks? We must make work" they lay way all members of the medical I purnoNS: addressed to the Senators we are to do when cleaning a rifle?"
that a genuine piece of craftsmanship made "There must he more and more education ROADS where there were roads, were and nursing stuff right down lo SENT 1O ROGERSRepresentative !sending you the actual papers in Private: "Look at the number."

in America is only to he found as a museum more training in new skills."' either of sand or white Ojus rock glaring in the orderlies and maids, were affected Paul Rogers the belief that your concern i s Sergeant! : "And what has that to
the sun There was a transportation crisis in by uncomplimentary remarks U S. House of Representatives more direct We hope you will con do with if"Priate
piece.If They plan vast government spending out Stuart back in July, 1914 about this fine hospital They do Washington D. C. tact the Senators for their further : "To make sure I'm
you want to find a sewing machine made of the taxpayers' pockets, as if we were fight not deserve such treatment Slur. Dear Mr. Rogers: support, and copies of this letter cleaning my own" Savannah Rotary -
by Americans the best spot to look is up in ing the Great Depression all over again. THE BIG started when ring remarks that memheri of By resolution of( our board of are being sent to them. .
argument seven
some attic or out in the Seminole villages of We need a return lo common sense It is the hospital stuff take !so much: directors. I have been asked to Sincerely yours .
teen autos containing forty members of the
the Everglades.' not "morally wrong" or "politically dangerous"to Good to heart have long ceased to he a express our appreciation for your Stuart Sailfish Club, The president of the firm was
Typewriters made in America Surf, they I take hack enough of the jobs we have given Orlando Roads Boosters made it to the j joke. interest in working for a better Walter B. Bradley tr"'elina to a nearby city on anearly.mornina
survive as aged relics in country newspaper away lo employ our own unemployed. Thereis north side of the St Lucie River en route I hope that this letter may he St Lucie Inlet and to forward you Secretary train. Going Into
offices. But one-is to West Palm Beach The roads hud been just one of the memo the attached petitions, representing -
none-not being made in little hazard of "breeding Communism over many ways OBJECTS: TO RULE the dining car he found seat
the United States Even terrible they were in a bad mood, there was bers of the community will let signatures of 963 interested nd
today. though you buyan sent" in nations that we have elevated to economic ABOUT NO' SIGNSIN summoned the steward, said,
"American brand," it was made in West prosperity exceeding our own. no highway bridge across the river-and the people a t Martin Memorial people. This expre'lllionill, we :'\ WINDOWEditor "I'd I like to try that $6 breakfastmy
Germany or ItalyMotorcycles Lets do something sensible for a change, Captain C. D. Blakesle-e, the ferryman) told know how much they are appreciated hope, "be of assistance to you.For men always report when they
scooter and them that the wind was blowing too hard for and I also hope( that the your information, several Stuart News; ride this tram."-Rotary k>gf Ctoquel -
bicycles most like putting Americans buck to work making should be made J hn't I about lime
them to 'ferried legal dispute may soon be settled important points it the people of Minn.
of the small autos on the streets of the nation across./
>> u fair share of the products that America con .
are foreign-made
smiles THEY SWEATED and stewed from 2 Don't Touch Wilderness BabiesIs Oceanographic Society
to 5 p.m. on the north side of the river, then
Is Good
Idea for
walked across the railroad bridge, dined ul AreaThe

South Carolina Tidelands Policy Stuart Hotel still standing. and were royally Advice of Game CommissionDon't founding of the Florida Oceanographic -
I entertained at Woodman Hull which also is
here
Society
is a "natural" for this area.
Model That Florida Should Copy standing Sonic fifty townspeople gave thema touch a wilderness babyThat's do harm to the animal or bird but they also What other place in Florida offers such a
reception, 'with music refreshments and
violate i the law.
wide
the word from the Game and FreshWater variety cf waters There's the Gulf Stream
Florida needs a Constitutional amendment waters shall forever remain public highwaysfree speeches..' Fish Commission to people finding Actually, young animals and birds> are sel handily offshore wide salt water bays brack

protecting us tidelands and submerged lands : to the citizens: ot the stale and the United young wild animals and birds which appear lobe dom 10""' Usually they have been left in a ish estuaries and fresh water tributaries.
Jrom sale, dredging and filling. States NEXT MORNING according to The lost" hidden spot while the parent searches for food. Martine scientists have here a wide spectrumof
Times Captain Blakeslee held a finger Human odors left about the
Such amendment "" up Each ) the and young animal or water conditions in which to the life
an would solve the problem He further that year during spring early study
pointed out
: to the wind and declared: "It's still blowingtoo nest the from
may prevent parents returning of marine fishes
of encroachment on the waters statewide,, summer months, well-meaning; humans are migrating; up and down the
"The title to land below the hard" That caused the Orlandoans
high water to The young may then starve coast and
forever finding and capturing Most" fawn entering the inside! waters.
In South Caroline, a few months ago when mark tidal blow their One brave soul his Liuie
on navigable streams, under the lops put Healthy: wild animals and birds are never The of
deer cub bear squirrels baby alligators presence qualified research! teams
the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station neur Beaufort well 'settled rule is in ihe stale, not for purposeof on the FEC tracks and bumped across on young captured with ease. Slow-moving animals and here also could be
and newly hatched birds. Such people not only most helpful in
atcmpted to purchase tidelands", the attorney sale but to be held in trust for public pur.poooe. the ties and the other sixteen drivers followed birds are often injured or diseased. A special the damages caused proving
by using our estuaries as
general pointed out that, according to .." him. lies in
danger touching or capturing such slow-
a dumping ground for Lake Okecchobce freshwater
the South Carolina Constitution, "all navigableThe Florida has a shameful history in the sale six days after the Archduke: Ferdinand, with moving animals since they may carry disease and silt

1ft """ .. of submerged lands and slate-held marshlands THERE WERE moving pictures every his wile. was assassinated" by I Serbian terrorist -such as rabies of other infection-which
and river and ocean frontage\ Although the Wednesday and Saturday night at the Lyric, on a bridge at Sarajevo You would may he transferred to the human.
Stuart News will furnish photo printsof situation has improved in Governor Bryant's "admission 5c and JOc." Ask Fred Hancock never have known it here. Those were the If a young wild animal or bird is captured, GOOD) HULKS 10 PRESENT: :

sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture administration, in the past three decades about them Or Pearl White, my what narrow good old days when Jacksonville! and Miami it will eventually die in captivity or have to ACCIDENTS MIIILfc BOATINGThe

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 and for a pittance-Florida has sold 1 islands, escapes" she had. L. F Geiger was run were far away places: be released. Cage-reared animals have difficulty
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional beaches!, recreation lands and river bottoms nina Stuart Ice. Cream Parlor. The new town adapting themselves to wilderness freedom. And summer boating season is here again

print ordered from the same negative at the worth fantastically more than the $50,000,000with passed an ordinance that "No person shall good most manners of the and common sense can
prevent accidents that have marred
same tune; larger sue* by special quotation which it now plans>> to buy some of it ride a bicycle in thin town unless said! bicycle DAYS V\ ERE long Everybody knew everybody Here
Taxes are like golf; you drive hard for the past yean are some simple rules: Don'toverload
News will back
Stuart employees not take
photograph shall have attached There
thereto,, and in front of were picnics, band concerts the boat
have
except for the news and advertising The way to solve the problem is to end the rider an alarm bell to be rung when at -and Pearl \Vhile. Let the crowned headsof green and wind up in the hole. don't ;stand life preservers for each in

columns of The Stuart New it. The people would enthusiastically endorsea least 100 feet distant front another person ." Europe growl at each other. Nowhere in a occupant small bout; while underway up or; keep change a watchful seats

Constitutional change giving us the protection the wide world was there any power mighty A pedestrian is a man who didn't believehis eye out for other boats, swimmers and fishermen

.Jl m South O&roliolenjoYI.. THE FOURTH of July, 1914, was just enough to threaten the U.S.A, on Jury 4, 1914. wife when she said they needed two can and give all '<"t comfortably wide berth.IDIJr .








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JENSEN BEACH NEWS rl1 1 : Florida Produce Marketed


!MRS. MY RILE \\IIIUI\I mspoml.nl' \r .I'lon

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Lions Club Installs i II" r da v new emblem of I yudi| the I Stale Department of Agriculture -

1Inllh and vegetables. Sun expects about twenty items to
1'1 A\or. is being tested across I Ihe"lIl1tr be carrying the emblem. Officials

> m marked and grocery regard the system as Florida answer
Holds Ladies Mores. I to California Sunkist label
Night
( "I','i 1.11 toes. sweet corn und water I The plan to market the states

1,>11are the first examples of : highest. quality produce under a
Jensen Beach I Lions nub held Yu 4 "l1l1l1l1ll1e. leaving the state' hear i.I.n i. t Il'e label was the brain
,111.1 I Aljlkcr I tar sv
ten and Semnr -
its. regular meeting and I install ition Ii km. lean I 11' the distinctiNe emblem that | hill of Agriculture Commission-
of officers at Seymours Inn on thirteen sears + Ik,'is only the top qualitv of i er I Doyle Conner. He proposed the
Wednesday, June 17. (Orchid, i"I"'llIIe.ere presentcd lorida produced fruiti and vegetables I I plan to the 1963 Florida Fruit A
I. Mrs Do\le !Mn kuhn end I vegetable Association! contention
ItUS also! lades Night and \I""N t .''IHI"'lCII'h\ !Mrs Hmer (IXN I untuilK. niinkinds of pro.IIn' I 1, .,n.1 I offered a cash prize for the
ii delicious dinner was uijmcd) In It tl!. who also donated ,, .
then ,u' I will rn marketed under the | .s''I''I\' \ libel Later after adopt -
the following members
and gucilsIntemationaF I he club extended thanks 'ki I I s nH I Astir hhil B>' next spring' 'n of the emblem, the plan was
Dole who Counselor Jerr\\ !Mrs DcWill! and lo the ,lolln 4L \ proposed to the Legislature which
acted installation .
a. / :
'ing. who also donated prices Mi ., t adopted it and passed the law to
officer and Mrs
Doyle, of WIN
Palm Beach; Dr. Kobert Kuhn. and Mrs! Heritage, Mr and !\Ir'VII'II11 ..W ar You Can Gig a re '!lute it.
I Wilstn. I'tI rand !Mrs Janus When the program moves into
past 1 president of the Stuart LionClub Dean. Mr. and !Mrs. Martin Wahl ; I I h Nr next season, national
and Mrs Kuhn; Mr. and I Chicks Gar But Get also
Mrs, Richard Service Station. Mr. and +" ; ""11)1"11" and 'virlmng will
Campbell Mr. and I Mrs !Frank Torsbcrg Lent/ (,roses h"lID.! Florida officials hope that
Mn Harold Baker, Mr. I
and Mrs md Jen Bca SundriesIJjrracks \ New LicenseI ho \I wives will look for the
Robert Campbell Mr. and Mr 1 1i I
I Ii SunFLAvor label in buying groceries
Richard Carroll .
and Mrs. ('amp.bell's
father mother and Auxiliary i t 4 I .tis-rurtnin. wiih .a i demrc h't because the label will certify
'
sister ,
i I I Colette: Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford gig .i fir fish nnlo so under I the best in Florida products
I Mr. and Mrs. James Dean having{ Busy JuneMenrhers v the provisions" ot' i the Q)4| -(hS
h
fresh wader t shinn ri ml.itionsiciorl .
Mr and Mrs Frank .
II I Mr. and Mrs George MtComb forsberg! i I of Worldji' I Barracks : in; l h' An.I Aldrich dircelor For
[ BeautyThat
I Mr. and Mrs Larry farwellVal. ml AuilnrNo, KM have (11I1IIe and t Iresh I \\'ntcr I Fish i
I Ann busy with ,
summer lei 1\ Cues .
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ommissionLnlir'
lace I Gardner and son Dot pi iss. to
Mr and Mrs Seymour Gideon On Frula\ June 19. sitlue' the m w inilntions! .

and son, !Louis: Mr:and Mrs. Har "members enjoyed a potluck supper ,which rucome' eileetiu July I I. ( r '
ry Heritage' Mr, and Chit on Jensen Beach ( au"l:"alI lon-II.lme( 'lush. tiller thin catfish, : -:
Hoinan, Mr. and Mrs' 'r\, I and a short business. meeting lIahe'\ tukcn. hy in,inn illv OxriliJ ) I I

Jame on, Mr and Mrs Harry Jen I Forty.five members purchasedtickets spears, gigs, or "' ,wan d l"'" IJ,I ,I, a .:-.:.
flings, Mr and Mrs John I Lnr\on. for a splash! party and steak Brow Iron a bout or trout shore :'; 't; '" I
Mr and Mrs. 1. D Lookidoo. Mr cookout. to he held I 1hiirsda\! during daylight) hours\ except .
and Mrs Paul Ness. Mr and Mrs. I June 1 5 it the Port St lueie MJ shin I this uiliviu, is prohibited .. .. I
Walter Quires, Mr and Mrs. Ed rma at SMt: 1 pun >> local liw In the saner 1 le and : II
Schmidt Bud Sicg Carl Tyrotf [ Following this'i party delegatesto Ichclucknee Rivers in the SecondConservation
Mr. and Mrs Frank Wacha Mr. : the \V\VI 1 Department Convcn ( District non game
and Mn. Martin Uahl Mr. und i linn will prepare for their trip lo v + 1s "ish, except) I catfish''I mss' be taken I ;t
Mrs William Weiss. Mr. and Mrs Orlando! where I the convention ,1 "L'n Ili' bv sperm I or gigs from ,i hon or
Frank Williams, Mr. and Mrs I will he held June :().:8. a + underwater' summing. either

Virgil Wilson Alan \\ilson Lou I Two members, Henry \\emg s # 1 day or I1I ,hl. I l.J./j/ '
Foster, Albert Walker and Ed and Plummer Elliott, who recently 4 --- /, ,\
Bowman underwent major surgery. arc A coin-oiveralecd sell-suviee car I

tdle The following officers. were installed being remembered! in the prayers 1yr, a Q"k wads is being 1I111le. Is You.
ot their co-mcmhcrs
for the 1964.65 term: presidcnt ..
IC Ed Schmidt: first vice pres.ident .
William Yurillo: second vice I Auxiliary/ to Aid GA STOKACili:

p1x president. Frank Williams: secrc
tary, Wallace Gardner; assistant' I Firemen's Picnic WAREHOUSE:

u secretary, Ed Miller: treasurer i 1Pelican -
,rt John Larson; lion timer, Seymour Mrs I ugine!,! Potts was named Storage by the
It Gideon; tail twister, Virgil Wilson: I 1 chairman of a committee to help
two-year directors Homer Arch. I'I' Bremen I with the July 4 picnic on tq.a Day Week I Beauty Salon
n ambcault and Frank Forsberg; one the causeway when Jensen Beach I
h year directors, Harry Heritage '' Firemen Auxiliary held its last Month Year i Fvenlngt by Appointee
u Richard meeting! of. .the season recently
greeter, 8rMIlileranu, : bullet Scg; I 1 hree new members i)f the Auxiliary .4"w USED: IL'RMItHE' .A. I Myrtles Clark Clalrt ScrulM

r.e editor, Alan B. Wilson Lion Doyle I were introduced Mrs Vince r A Ir MV API'I.I,XrStIS I
215 !
OSCKOLA AT 7.J4M
presented president button Bocchmo, Mrs. Will,am Britton sV.L AIA, G01.mNTE: :
o to Lion: Denta a president i and Mrs Tom Wyatt Mrs Frank Al YvJ'.'., I __
Wacha hostess -- M-- ---- --
button to Lion Schmidt. was for the meeting I ",

a The following members will, receive -I MISS :MXKCI ROIII of Stuart floating lace downward at Port Is a required one-semester course it In Inn River Junior College/ .
L perfect attendance buttons 'I I the 21 next meeting will be held !St. Lucie Country Club pool demonstrates drown-proofing" loi' Fort Pierce Dr Waltuihargei I' dimtoi, tit! the Community Jun HEARING AIDS
Sept when Mrs
Jack
0It at the July 1 meeting will he hostess. Addy Mrs James Wuttcnnurgcr. left Mrs J. Bruce Wilson center, and lor College 1 Division ot' the Stale Department\ tl Indication lalli Vr

Tabs were presented by I ion I Mrs. Maxwell King during the recent three.diy meeting of the hasscc: Dr Wilson. president ol' Ilinnl Junii College' loa; Aioiislliiiii and Zenith

.n Kuhn to Richard Carroll and Ld H RSON/,\L Presidents Council of Honda Junior Colleges. \ proofing and Dr. King president if' host I Indian River Junior ( ollegu

.tr Miller, one year: Ed Bowman and I .. .. a rJ Service on all make of Instrument
Harry Heritage, two years: IlirolJ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stefan
Baker, James Dean, F FotMxrp I,,jnj,,il (tighter,., JelinUU" ot South Junior College (Lourse is Life-baver A\RP'NKI': '.\ special' program by
a
e Bud Sieg and Virgil Wilson four Indian' River Drive returned re- I I ArouslkiinI
r years, Ed Schmidt and Hiroldameson cenlly 'from a ten-day combined
business. and free hearing lent In home or offlet
five Martin 1 Wahl, pleasure trip through
years: The physical education programat inistnlion and 'faculty difficulty ,try ( luh pool recently

seven years: William Homun Weiss. eight ed the a Smoky Frontier Mountains Town" near They Cherokee visit-- Indian River Junior College has "Drown-protf' ing' is an advance I Miss Add Grove, physical ed Miss Mirci Roth of Stuartdeiiu Cal Dssraw.! nwk.r; llulltrlvt, cords" molds
; \ nine the
:
years floats
of its form of floitng
Wallace Gardner John 1 Larson N. C. and met' Dm Blocker as one unique componentsa person ucation Instructor at Indian Kiver, nstr ifcd the method. ) and rruc-
survival I tilce down I in the water with rliylh-
the floss' of. Bonanza course in swimoting."Drownproofing" Junior the lice ol drown. In 1 h Aid
--- fame College explained proofing" epexit. Hearing Center
e I is a unit m this mac breathing The ncthod l does
dro lo the !. Miss Rom is student at
proofing program a
ttOMFNS: :: ASSOUV1ION semester for nut l proficiency in eo ordlnilion
one- course required require
JVN/ UII1IUWS I ; / \ college their and IKJC'( and Red Cross water
presidents wives a 709 ORANGE: AVENUE: IORP PIFJtCF. 461..12"I
IRS IHSMRI: C\RI) PRIYA gradual on. Since Indian Kim It can I he leaned by c\cry
'IOUMY I COMMISSION( *.R' children at the Port Si I tllele ( oun talclv. i istrticlor _
Junior College is located in a one whether or not they can swim ,
dessert-card heW Jan - -
was
party Leighton of Stuart acted as
a on Monday, June I 15, at the Jensen county commissioner. of the mythical four-county area where water I With this technique, M person can
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and activities are part. of the survive in water under a stress situation
Beach WOl11cnA..oelllllun county of Homosassa in the sports FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUYMM'at
clubhouse, with Mrs. Alice Price imlheal Girls State of Seminole, I daily lives of its cililen.he. course for an average of live iind

I as chairman of the affair She which existed at Florida Stale: was diiiiud necessary! by the -ad-one--hall-hours--without---too--much ( your Uirtrolct dealer* )

was assisted i by Mrs Frances Lr Umvirsitx. Pillahassee through I
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quhart Mrs. Hazel Standish and list. Ihursda June IS I Girls from Far a, .>'.*odMk. ..+' .a... M Ak "8 e r'kd a.e a x .M rA4 garvJ4aSOIL

Mrs Leah Woods all Florida Fifty-three women wen present'' American I Legion Auxil,ar\ posts I CONSERVATION I

I and door prizes were won hl> !Mrs I operated twelve fictitious\ city and

O D Booth and Mrs William ,I six county governments in order --awA,". ,aMwt au-,-w..arwrad. .--

Robbins I lo learn governmental operations I Bj LEE: L\SON; : JR. I ing with the Martin District. it

I provided through I h e district
Supervisors of the Martin' Soil I agreements wilh touitv. slate and
4 I Conservation District held their
1 I federal agencies, pr manly agri-
June business, meeting at the Seminole cultural m nature.Informallon .
Inn Indiantown on the night ? r .. r tali a,
of June 4. Accomplishments ,included as to membership
i I f
I and technical help in Ihe Martin
the approval of "
requestsfor
Soil, Conservation District may he
technical help to co-operating obtained visit the office In
by a lo
farmers and ranchers, of Mftffr '
I I I payment the Old Post Olficc Arcade, Stuart .s4'
bills. and the election of district
by writing to P. O Box 1234,
officers for the fiscal
coming year or by calling AT 73313 I .
Officers for Ihe year ahead are
|I Walter Hupfel chairman Dean
chairman Carl Sol SUONflUSSM \:\ ON/
Smilcv vice nor.
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME treasurer. and James Foster sec IILKRICVNI-: !: (.,\ U: Mil

Air Conditioned Chapel i I retary. Tom Clements is advising Mr and Mrs Edward::: Mapp
'I supervisor Supervisors will meet have returned from Ii visit to Ihe
next in August and on notice' from Washington urea where they attended
,
i the chairman the graduation of a granddaughter
R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H JOHNS I
Martin Soil Conservation District .Roberta: Mapp, from
Licensed Funeral Directors is a legal subdivision of stale high school! Ihe exercises were

1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART government organized by I local I held I at Maryland University.
s (|I farmers and rancher to assist. While in the nations capital' Mr,
them with the planning. application and Mrs Mapp. Mrs Robert
Telephone AT 7-3434 and maintenance of needed Mapp, and M rl. Bessinu Scott attended -

24-Hour Ambulance Sen-lit Oiygen Equipment | soil, water, plant, wildlife, and a session of the House Mr .
recreational practice on agricultural Mapp also conferred with Congressinan / _
-- -- --- land. Paul (i.
-- -- ----- --- Ropers over
The District programs and "possible need for a hurricane gale
Where this emblem displayed you are 1 I operations are supervised by five at Ihe west end of St I.ucie Canal. 'sF r k, wows

assured of the finest insurance servicein i, people District, known supervisors as i Soil Conservation Technical I The twelve.mile Simplon Tunnel

.the land.lj. I educational, and financial help to in the Swiss Alps I required / i *
I farmers and ranchers co-operat twelve years to built! j'/j'i; r4 .
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SIUART StllHSII SUMMrK 'Wl'R' \.\\..:'rlay

I (\ I (HOI I) ti ...areasarM

SAJLHSH-Men'i length division Ronald L. Skellon, M..a raoralr/,[arras Wranq' ant lap.;next,6Mr.r a.acsa tw/S mitt,tawra Pais aad Gqa;IotU.an,i .r.ia Mama...iM.cswran i
Stuart, Boston Whaler, Manatee Marina 8 ft
( I Waited till now for that new Chevrolet? You'va Pick a sleek Super Sport model with s great
) BLACK BASS R D. Fulch Lake Jensen' Savannas ID lb. 3
: City oz
truck it rich, btcaUHC right now it's "Trade 'N J> 7 choice of engines, air conditioning and other
BLACK FIN: TUNA: Charles R (,orman, Rjntoul, III,
Travel Time" at your Chevrolet dealer1 extra-coat options. A roomy wagon for travel or
:: "MdT)bob ",Captain Bob Scnmsher ... 11 lb. Check him on them five beautiful buys; TTIIIDETI'TRJWEI camping Perhaps a nun-loving convertible or

BLUEFISH: Lawrence J. Stephens, Ocean Bree/e Park 5 Ib 5 oz. 1-The luxurious Jet-imooth Chevrolet. TIME sporty coupe. From 45 model in all.

BONITO: Mn Cleo Ciagne, Cocoa Beach, "MdTbobIII. ) 2-The fun-loving Chcvelle. 3-Chevy II, Whatever your choice, it'* a grew to go.

." Captain Bob Scnmshcr IS lb. 4 ot. economical too. 4-The unique rear-ennmer tosme.derv First way to go M your Now
Corvair. 6 A icnutional Corvette Sting Kay, HMSMOMT ruramn during Trade 'N' Travel Time!
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W. B. TILTON DOLPHIN: Mack V. Farley, Lau Cialli, ,. "Gulfstrtam,

Captain Von Jourdan ..... .. .... ........ 4) lb. CHECK THE M-T DEALS ON CHEVROLET CNEVELU aim n CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT TOUR CHEYROUT DRIER

FLOUNDER: Douglas Scranton. Jensen Beach 6 lb. 3 oz

Since 1921INSURANCE KING MACKEREL: Phil Phillips. Williston! "Fran L," ot $531

I Captain Pete Robertson .. ................... 46 lb.

AGENCY-= SEA TROUT: George Hopkins, Stuart .. .... ... ....._... II lb. 8 01.. BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANYCOLORADO

SNOOK: Moms Schall, Jensen Beach ... ....... 36 lb.

JXNSIN BEACH AT 7-1411 I 'I TRIPLETAIL; William W McDowell, Sewalls Point .... 17 Ib 4 .oz.

I WEAK}ISH: Gordon E Cox, Miami ......... .... ....... J lb. 2 oz.t AVEVUK: SWART DIAL ATlMtfc 7..13J j



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DEEDS FILED [ Home Building SectiOfli J i r ,. 5*'


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rtaaRBRrIraBFw raAUe* in"swr wIva :
ton A. Clark and I[d\\ard X, I to James M Walker lot 108,, \
Clinton to Gene Gerken. I Lots ::29 section I. I Legion Height. $11,000 RECENT BUILDING PERMITSJune ::, npo f \,.. .

and 30, block 38 Golden date John M Murray to Orville Pear

WOOL/ ), Gary. Lot I 18, block 10, sectioh 2,. 12 jJ at
( through 19))
R. Corbctt to Bertha dec
Hibiscus Park SIS,000 I \( ( .
Rcrwdotti. Property in tract \ Alfred C Morncweck to Sad- Owner Location Contractor Description Amount
block ftl St. Lucie Inlet Farms
I ,
ler Construction Inc. tat 13 and
$100. the west 25 feet of lot 12, "block City of Stuart
Drew W al to Bill(
King et
4. St. Lucie Point Building Lots.
Greene Chevrolet Company Property $2.500 Arnold Bauer 1211 I: Dime Cut-off Karl Hcrrlm Addition 5 I.ROO nix
in section 4. township 18 S.,
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range 41 E. $27.. Charles. H. Tucker to Thornas Martin
CountyPort
Roscoe R. Flora to Dr Charles Luther Costello Lots 10 and I1.
block R, Monterey Subdivision" .
J. Flora section IV
Property in R.I. Chapman Salerno None Addition I I.ROO
Jl! S 42 E. $100, $5.500.(
township Roscoe R. Flora range to Jesse n.Bickcl A. P. Krueger to T. Knot. tots Minnie Maid CorporationB tndianiown Martinique Construction Four reidenceeach( ) 7000Carport

Properly in section IV I through 12 inclusive, block 49 -, P. Catnneo Port Sewall Karl Herrlin 3.000( "

township 19 S range 42 h, $100 I : Broadway Section of St. Lucie Minute Maid Corporation Indinntown. Martinique Construction 3 multiple dwellings (each) 9.000()

Howell I r (Uegle to Vernon D. Estates. $100.( Janice Burgee Indiuntowit Miirimique Construction Completion of P. O. 12000 rt rt

Chason Property in lots 10( and I II North River Shore, Inc. to toil-' A. A. Mumford Monterey 1/d NoneIndmntown Repair' 100 i >
II I I, dull Harbor Subdivision, $10-( liam C. Holi-haner. Lot 15 blbck
Maiwll McNair None Residence VOOO
section 3.B. Norttt River Shores
000Sam Rhodes (onstniclion, Inc. Subdivision $6.000. Sam Rhode legion Heights Sam Rhodes ConstructionNorth \ Two( residences (each) 8.000

Bror J. Carlhtrg to Drew W. Raymond Roil River Shores Tom Sylvester Residence 13.540 .. 'a: ..

Kina Jr Property in" government\ Kenneth Chullancin Palm City None Addition 3,000 \

Complete lot 2, section 35. township 37 S., Edward P. Ingram Oak Lane Manor At Cot Residence 6.ROO. .]

I range 41 E. 2000. AI Siegfried Hobo Sound None Nursing Home 35400(

Automotive Coral I Gardens Construction ,r \l--j
(!omp.iny, Inc to Paul Modaf rrl. ..
Repair*, I lots 13 and 14, block 21. !section
1. Hibiscus Park Subdivision SlOO IFML'FI. BFII, DRIVING: TRACTOR

Coral I Gardens Development\ Small Retirement Home for a Narrow Lot

Chason's Garage Corporation to Julius F. Stcuckcrt. Lemuel Bell Is Winner of

lots 14 and H, block 12, Coral ..
Dial AT 7-2311 dirdcns Subdivision $2,000( ,u..u..u..uuu.u..u..uu..uu..u..u.uu.. f

SERVICE FOR SAFETY Arthur V. Tennent et al to <;Jcr- The first group of figures Tractor Driving Contest

t1/-111 South Fed.r.1 Hi.h..v aid R. Gordon ProperlY in government in the house number t
I lot I, section 19 township represent
!
Lemuel Boll Stuart
the square feet of liva- t senior at
40 S., range 43 E. $12,000 able area in the house (The I L framing School won the State
I
Edna M Ashley to Arthur. other group is an office number of Florida tractor driving contest I Ileathcote
Ruhnke. Lois II I I and ]12, block .) According to Jan Rein- recently at the annual state con Nurseries
29, Broadway Section of St. Lucie bcr) Consult a local contractor vention of New Farmers of America -
Estates. $600 for an estimate r of i .
W. D. filton to Stanley L. Hkin- building CO'its.IUIUI He represented all schools in the I Architect Designed: Landscaping.
gerford. Lots II, J 12 and I 13. block ... +. t I South Florida District of the Oriental )Design; A Specialty.
H, Rio Si I Lucie Terrace. 51,10./(> ) !! I U U p. NFA. He won the district chain- I Complete Line of Ornamental

1 Horace A Dcason to By JAN RUFR110m. : ionship several weeks ago. Plant Material "The Indian

landscape, Inc. ProperlY in Section No. 764-73 764.73 -- Bell and two other contestants River Area's Oldest Landscape
1 32 township 39 S., range 42 : one from t the Central District Nursery, Our 38th Year." Turn
T h I 11 hedroom retirement
E. $10.000 one- .
eeP off U.S. 1 at Llndsley
Pauline T. Barnes to Robert W. Home No. 764-73 is designed fora For greatest economy of con omitted thus saving about $1.000 and one from the Northern Disnct Right
i m the final Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
Pope. Lot 8. block 4, Indiantown narrow lot ((40 feet will do) in R N gDR00Mu struction and plumbing installation, of the total cost of the structure (: -competed Mate :
It consisted driving .
I such that the noises of oth This is house with stucco of straight t tractor HOward 1.5332.METAL
Park. $7,300.Sammy a way X e/aa leqhP the three bathroom fixtures are a masonry and
plowing mowing
Lee Bens to R&B Enterprises 'er peoples' TVs radio and conversations on the outside! and furring strips turning
back-to-hack to the kitchen sink use of the tractor on all t types of
minimized. and Ihe inside of exterior
of Honda I Inc. Lot 9 are plaster on
THE WEATHER'S and 10, block 23, New Monrovia. That is why there are practically i and close to the water heater. walls All interior partition farm equipment
FINE WITHELECTRIC 100. no side window The centrally-located dual wall are wood frame and plastered on Bell who is the son of Albert
We Are Workers In !Metal
James D. Trout to James E. Moreover, the front and back. heater (H on plan) will heat the !both sides Plans call for terrazzo tell, Stuart has participated in
IF WE DONT 11VE IT
AIRCONDITIONING Crews. lot\ 31, Cabana Point I house effectively, Another way or resilient tile flooring and the agricultural courses at STS for the
$15.500 I windows (actually sliding from glassdoors view g eATly of heating might be a heat pumpinstalled windows are aluminum jalousies past three years under the direr R E CAN !MAKE IT
) are protected
I McClcndon Huff the attic The 4-mch-thick lion of Felix Williams. Hi agricultural -
lena to W in space over or awning type
and from screened
H Wagner Company. Lot 7, block partly noises by its = M the bathroom. This would provide I'' concrete floor slab is poured over field is floraculture (he
But
comlactness -
porches. despite
9. Hildubrad Park 16000. and' economy of construction I sro, both heating and cooling. Still i I I continuous vapor barrier laid over specializes in palm growing) and fU! :: .
William T. Holland! to EdwardJoe :this 764-square-foot slab- t another way would he to heat by solidly compacted fill. farm mechanics He i is also a member
a Feel Better qnP of the STS band and chorus.Accompanying .
Holland. Property in lot 68, home offers electric coils embedded in the Home No. 764-73 was designedby
a Sleep Better I Comcz Grunt.JO.\( n-gradc masonry than homes in plaster ceilings, which would offeran architect Jan Reiner, editor of him to Tallahas- I
larger room many cW Florida Homes (The see were Luther Lewis, presidentof STUART PLUMBING
Edward Joe Holland to Tommy RCM evenly distributed heat without magazine.
a Live Better Hislom. Property in lot 68, Gomez a similar price bracket interfering with the placement of magazine is available at Val's Book the STS chapter of NFA and & METAL WORKSBox
Tear-round cotta eon! In lirunt. $1,000: The 25-foot-dccp living-dining 14 A 1 CAR furniture Shop or by mailing $1' to 1000( Robert Newman S4fl ATUntlc T-OI3I Stuart

I In winter..See Ellwjn B. Cox to Edward F. area has ample furniture space at x1 rs Where economy is essential the Fifty-second Street No rt h St. 1- --
summer warm
In lot I Oak !both end of the room and plenty and front be 10 Fla.)
Ingram Property I. carport porch may Petersburg Tofts In Design
your appliance dealer or air Lane Manor. SHOO.) of wall space for pictures; or decorations PAINTS HARDWARE

conditioning contractor now. Lighthouse Point, Inc to Merle And in addition, the j Atlantic 7036JiJ
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l'rlcee are lower than ever.. L, "Itranlson" Lot 22 Lighthouse cathedral ceiling, which follow Federal Reserve Economist Sees
the line'' of the gently Moping sad Calvuilnd Pip
Point $4,2(81.Roger : ). twcfn the service door and" (he KINGSIGNS
M Skillman to Willard die roof gives; a feeling of spacious- Plumblnt SUl..U..
71N ) sliding door to the vestibule (see of Growth in Florida
; nest Diversity
) ;e. H Porter Properly in Lot t 16, St Pip Cut
I Lade Inlet Harbor $8,100.( ) The i 67-squaredo of t bedroom arrow on plan). Walt cabinets are
flameles r opens into the screened porch (for shown doited Laundry appliances To Skoteh
hack of the Economic growth has not proceeded area grew at the fastest t rate of any
summer sleeping) through 6-foot- are located in a closet Eloclrl SupplloiMotor
Canada continues to be by far
of the
wide sliding glass door, while two carport and are handy to the at a uniform puce among major metropolitan urea
reliable and Bru.hoi For Black Dockor
tho world's most largest
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.../r, CHAFER, not of nickel tall windows ((3 feet wide) offer kitchen. However, they could be the major areas of Florida according state. Skill. Ports C.bl. and Ott,.,.
single supplier
presently "The two most populous areas
to N. D. O'Bannon economist / NEON SPECIALISTSFort
FLORIDA POWER& LIGHT CO. accounting for more than a garden view visible front the placed in where the interior the washer storage wouldbe space with i the Federal Reserve of the state-Miami and Tampa- INDIAN RIVER SALESOn
beds A mall side window lights (STO),
75 per cent of the 600,000,000( ( Bank of Atlanta St. Peter\hurjl-arew at about the Pierce HOward 4-1399 Th. Drive Ono Milo North
HELTINtt BUILD FLORIDA world the closets and offers cross-venti- nearer the water\ heater (dot JENSEN BEACH
pound free capacity Selected indicators same pace as the state, O'Bannon __ ___
foot _
lation An 8 foot closet has floor- ted circle). This 20-equare- dry economic u hu
hifold doors for I is centrally located: total non.farm employment and reported. A slowdown in construction -
to ceilinp greatest: storage space ,
activity in the Miami GENE/ THE CRFDIT ]MVN SAYS -
accessibility. and is hwndy, to thQ kitchen and two of us components, manufacturing .1
The 8 by 10.foot kitchen has an living area The 3-foot-wide linen and construction, member area contributed to a slowcr-Ihan- You can't beat the combination of an efficient ,, j
Irft4N41 shaped f work counter and a 4 by closet (I.I ) forms alittle private hank deposits, and member hank average rate of growth in total local Credit Bureau plus! Its affiliation : ,
nonfarm Member!
5-foot breakfast alcove (table and bedroom hull and screens Ihe loans-reveal that the economic employment with the National Association of I
bank loan and in the
chairs shown dotted) is located be- door to the bathroom. growth of three cf (he major metropolitan deposits Credit Bureaus, 1 '. .
areas and of one non- Tampa-St. Petersburg area grew .. I
.. at a much faster than in the
pace
Motors Rewound ""X"" metropolitan arc exceeded that of
; state, while the employment indicators MERCHANTS
the whole the
stale t
40 ''I as a during .
Home Wiring & Outlets \ 1'fr., ,' February 1961.64. period were slightly below the state
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Water Pump Repairs h ':rl) '/ ;' Cape Expanding Kennedy space stimulated activity the Orlando at I. average Both the Jacksonville; and Pen- CREDIT BUREAUIry .liJ j

OPEN ALL DAY WEDNEMUTf 4 ,'::'io" ,::'N? Sa;k'J'; t:1: '* : : ft area. Its growth rale exceeded sacola statewide areas growth experienced during lesvthan-this period MARTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT BUREAU"PROFESSIONAL
; that for the suite in total
.'' : ,. 1' : 1 Employment opportunities expanded -
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't .: .farm FXtllANGE: BUILDING STUART
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r non employment construction
ifI1" '.'l'(.' ,'. ,,,' '-t'jJf" f! member hank only slightly I i m those areas,,
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employment
'' ( and this i slowdown was reflectedin
.;JI ED ,. 't : ,\ '.. t k"i deposits, and member hank loans the below average growth in J
::. \' : .l." The growth in member! hank loans member bank deposits and loans.
"' : : was particularly robust-54.7 percent "By far the fastest. growing INSIST ON THISPOLICY
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:;; \: ; -: : : compared with the stale'slIain area," according to Mr O'Ban-
,1L'a 1 1f ; of 39.7 per cent has : :
i.'l' ., non, been Brcvard County,.
The Fort audcrJulc I
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Policy
HIGBEE ELECTRIC '.:' ,' the state average in all Categories your
t t'f.J:. < i I also exceeded The the state in most and its gain of H9J per Title Insurance REAL ESTATE
.. ; categories gain in construction cent in construction employment .
,, employment in the Fort t u
327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744 increase TITLE
,: ,; is the most spectacular ;
J- ;,/ ;. :; 8 Lauderdale.4 per cent-Hollvwood higher than area the state.was on record for Florida. Expanding by written contractual
space activity at Cape Kennedyhas
MORE THAN FACTSA tt wide increase. Manufacturing em- been primarily responsible for I undertaking and stands
ployment in the Welt Palm Beach
overall of
the economic growth
.. .I for
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great deal of our research effort h centered on the tattler'log .'- this area

of facts Statements statistics, report and studies from Home 4 the insurance obligation

governmental industrial and independent sources. Dry) t Ea 'aa Nursing GEORGE I of one of the nation's

Dull? You might think so. But, subjected to hard, patient ? i, xet r Boosts PermitsTo largest and strongesttitle

analysis interpreted in the light of experience-raw NELSONPainting insurance

facts can yield up exciting and rewarding results. The trend

of the times the possibilities of an industry. the po $153,240Permits I companies.

tential of a company.If for a S3VXX() nursing lawyers l1tlo CALL OR SEE
home in Hone Sound; three multi- -GrponIIoo
you'd like to see an example of our wy with factt, fort 1 ple dellingnine: residences; and Interior Exterior r'::. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY

mail the coupon below. It will bring you ft copy of out e s1 the completion of Indiantown Post Dial AT 74949Ucewed 271 OSCEOLA VENUE

latest "Review": facts and possibilities foe three eompaom Office "boosted 1 building permitsin A eared AT 7-1332 STUART
Martin County last week to a
we think deserve your attention, total of nineteen and an evaluation 1 I (Authorized Agents)

............N"......N"N-..--NYNNPteaae of $133240 -- __ u_
send m. your latest "Review.* One city permit was for ST.XOO. .-
: eighteen county permits totaled

Name...__..;. ....__._;s. $151,440 Seawall Repairs & SealingSTOP

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log Smith Second. Street Fort FU.W I e LOCKSMITHS I Fully Licensed and Insured

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hn'ojl't'turn"d
Adair LoxihaUhic Drive
.j'I Mayor and Mrs. Richard Stalls
JUPITER NEWS to their home
Vacation Bible School it the aocompan '
First Southern Methodist Churchclosed spent last weekend revisiting town 1 \' and! Jim Aduir. their 'Have Fun Safely Is Theme

MRS ANNA MINEAR'/ Correspondent Phone 746-4643 I Friday night with the award on the west coast of Florida where small grandchildren! The Gatikells.
I they had formerly lived Marco, Mrs. L.I R. Hire, MM J H KIHs
.. and I
of certificates Ihe
'""thr -- -. ing to pupils I
: 'W :r atmnaaralatsl a proud dISplay ot their work to Ortona ChoeVoluskee, and Everglades and Jerry Thompson" were here for National Safe Boating Week
I the
Cm were among places
I Allen Adairs graduation from
their and friends.The .
Chamber Speaker Foretells parents Bible School, which has \isited Jupiter High School: on June '. Hjve fun 'IIIft'thlll'! the pump, flashlight first aid kit :md I
Mrs O Smith GolfVhw Mr. Adair U Mr and Mrs Gaskell's ( luh I tool( kit.Also .
been in scuion for two weeks under -I Lvnn advice the Outboard" Boating '
Future Growth of Florida the direction of Assistant!! Pus Drive, and! her daughter' Mrs Clifford daughter of America has ton Ihe nations before launching he 11.1.I
tor Donald Smith. carried the Pappas. who has "been visiting William J. Adair Jr. who is M''.(XX).(MX) pleasure cruet fan lor I visid the boater should check the
theme, God, My Country andI here for a month, were the studying medical enyrnocrdig at National Sale 8.'IIlmtlWek.. June weather forecast and the lust-mm. '
J. J. Hudihcrg commercial manager to .utomohili clubs welcome sta. ," The patriotic as well as the gue'l0 f Mrs George Miller, University of Honda, I Is workingas 2XJulx 4 ule condition ot his bout "Then

of the Florida Power & Light I I :tons and individuals who Christian, theme was carried out : inTer a resident: : at her an ,'rlerlin Bethcsdti\ Md, In a special bullion to OBC- I once ulloat ,ill the I boatman need
Company for the Greater West for bnformaiisn: from all er" the in the projects on which the young home Lauderdale; on this summer' affiliated bout club numbers. OIKI do obscrxe the rules of I the
Palm Beach area painted an e\ C\>untrv. Pat Snow chamber trcab people worked Wednesday. Mrs Pappas and her I lecutive Director Cuiv W. road. "he courteous lo other water
citing picture ot the future of flor- urer. said (hit the financial needsi The final included! daughter! Michele, are returning David! Jones, former director" of hailed "'lIIl1nllfCmllrkllhlo I1lI1Ihe'l lI'oCr.111" have tun" Hughes con For Summertime
ida in his talk "There Is Moreto the program their home In Cedar activities tor the People's eluded
i I group had increased as this skits demonstrations by each to Rapids youth record calling it a tribute
Florida Than Meets the Eye." 1 work goes forward department.or Iowa, at the end of he week Congregational (hurcrt. write I el forts of such organisations i -- -- ---- Beauty, I 'nit ,

Ot the Jupiter-Tequcsia Chamher I ( lurk announced a general I from Fort Richardson, Alaska, the H S. (oust Cmard Auxiliiry BARBARA ANN LINDSEV
of Commerce coffee o i Saturday meeting ol the chamber on Tues- In charge were: Mrs Robert" Mr and Mrs Fred Kratoch\illc where he is stitioiud. that the the U. S Power Squadrons. I the SMRMRIVL: SERVICET.pinp
The coffee which has become daJul) 14 at 8 p.m. at the Dcdlow! nursery: ; Mr *. Arlis and their family have mount) from chapel choir, of which he i i. a American Red Cross and many : .
an area institution, was held at I chamber" building on U. S. I.i I I. krum, beginners' ; Airs D."uldS l1 mia loChippawa Street, Jupiter number, sang for the graduation other group Cow MlimoirwMntI nose Powder Puff
the Tcquesta Country Club withTcquesta 111 i t h primary;; Mrs William Riverside EMatcs exercises of the Milhodist Uni "\\, .'\teen the number of boats Cnmplitl SficrvU.Ul .*..... I
i Haupt, )un ors, and Rev. Smith, F,.. Pkk,p Di.llv.rr
Village Manager Boh Anchorage. nearly
m \ .
Junes who i student verity on the nilnnsmtcrmys .
Rahy is a .
Boomer 2ST 4 1T Li..e..dfit BEAUTY SALONJHUI
Co. Files junior high \Chl'OlP'oul' "
Harp acting as master of ceremonies I / at Western Kentucky College I I Di and Mrs. A. R. MeKav of double in the past decade. void
I Bawling Green, Ky., is at home Hughes, hut there has "been nocorresponlng ,
Detroit several I months : GRIIHTII
told his WORK PROGRESSING O'JI arc spending
Hudiherg audience that In "boating
Bulkhead for the summer He j is the son increase !
Florida population had consistently RequestBoomer I NH\ RH"RF.\1I0S AREA of Mrs. James H. Rah)', Pine lit of their the Ixtxahatchee home on the N'lrllDraneh River. accidents""Honing ... i MRCIt..: IHMSJOUFLIRARilllnnliiR J

doubled every twenty years I Landscaping the county park Tree Drive is one of the most ex ;;.' ")'S PINESStand i June 1st We Will
for he( last 100 years Because of Boat Companvs appli I and bout ramps on the east side Mrs Rohr Swml who his beenvisiting hiI.lrllting I experiences in life and' P
the demands on it by the growing cation for bulkhead constructionis of L. S. I at the Chamber of Com Henry S. Pennock Jr., who has her son-in.law and diugh-! simple cimnon sense has helpedto ;f {(,; Tall
population, his company hato he been in Tampa, has returned to'' of the sales:' H* (lOSIl" !MOMHY for
ng processed through the merce building is going forwardas ter Mr. and MfG.I. Bruce mule it one
keep a weather eye on these statistics Corps of l-ngnecrs in J ickson- fast as (possible his home here on Pennock Plan. Booihe, in Scuttle, \\.I\h., has returned I1 miles 'cln'Cd. ut In Florida's the Summer Months

he said I vile The fill, which was put in the fit ion. to her home m Pcnnock I Ho itmc \ should check Male and
He divided the economy into i la nlll.elIre. Future! Nr\f In roslofflie AT '..49113i
The Point. federal regulations
construction, j I
I proposed area a year ago is being graded Mr and! Mrs, Albert Stinnard .
three sections,. tourism, agriculture which complies with' regulations, and! tropical thickets along the waterline attended the eleventh annual Square their crap I conform to legal equipment i 7 *ni, M:10 p.m.

and industry Tourism, he shows a 3fts:fool concrete bulkhead are being cleared, leaving Dance Convention held at the Combined sales of gas equipment requirements. mud Hughe/ __ .__ _____ _
Mud, was the national picture ot I along the Boomer shoreline, all tall trees Several palms arc lido Hotel Miami Beach, last I for residential cooking, ecu He gave the folfivvlivg list of items. n .
Florida with its beaches
bathing connecting with the Birden Bout already in place and another coun- weekend tnl heating find tuinkrng t in as a \stuulird hieh would generally
beauties and fine climate. I Compmy bulkhead on the east ty recreational urea is emerging 1963 lopped those ol 1962 by 8 suet the lest t ol law' and\ eom
In discussing industry). Hudiherg I Two docks are proposed, to he Dr. and \frs James F Minenr, non sense us well:
showed vivi.llyI hal the increase :I built 290 feet and 220 feet, respectively ORII I VARIES Bryant Drive, have returned from India Industrial output I In the A I lute-sat ng device for cxirxxrM StayThrough
in the economy would he from the into the river. with T. an extended visit t to their old home 19h1-62 fiscal year riser hy 46 | >n\ aboard. tie extinRiiishir I
500 new jobs at the new American heads. These heads are I 110) feet Charlie A. Bartlett 304 Philadelphia Springfield Ohio, and to Fort per cent, compared with 11.1 1 per whistle or him puddle UK hoi I IIIICI'ml'n's. \'.
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Telephone and Telegraph plant ,I from the south edge of the chan- Duvc died here Frdiv Atkinson, Wis While in W.i\Co-! cent in 19W().61. I tenders' gus con. hllg
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in West Palm Beach The jobs multiplied Services were held Tuesday at SI. u
I nel! to the Boomer operation will sin with their son-in-law and I
into homes. groceries, carsand include dredging for fifty feet to- Judes! Catholic Church ter, Mr and Mrs DinC. d.llIlh-I''

other: purchases Agriculture\ : i'I ward that channel to the depth of Mr Bartlett survived by his they attended the 3T/A/
he said, under the five divisions: six feet at mean low water wife Led; four daughters, Mrs. their grimlson, Dm, who is entering I ONLY ,
vegetables, flowers and nursery These Charles R. laSussc of Jupiter, the Peace Corps,
plants, sugar, cattle and dairying plans arc in accordance Mrs Kenneth Kirkland of West I I
brought $150000000 I ( ( ( )( into the I. with the permit I allowed by the Palm Beach, Mrs Frank Medinaof Mrs Howard Horton has returned -I FIVE ti f
Town of ,
county each year. Jipiur Mo. i t to her home on 1 Pennock :3J June-
Kansas Citv, and Miss ,
Dick Hill, division i manager for I Colonel H. R. Parflt of the Doris Bartlett of Fort Lauderdale; Point from New York City I YEARS 'C 4 f., :
Corps of Engineers. has asked that
the company, and a long time i resident ;
a son Charleof Kansas City; Commander and Mrs Carl in
spoke briefly about added' any pretest he sent .to the Jacksonville three sisters. Mrs. Fred St Clair, White and Miss lynn White, who I AGO
power installations at Riviera I headquartersSunday of Rutland, VM\ f\. Lena Hyatt have been the guests of Command l
Beach and Port Everglades n .I I Whitehall, N. V., and Mrs Whites mother, Mrs J. F. Turner But If Jim cunl, Kl The Stuart Newt follow you on your
the problems of bringing' that Reception Arthur White of Zcphvrhills, and Jr., hate. returned to Washington t vacatksn.'Ihere will be a lot of ww In Murlin County this

service to the consumer s door Headded I Honors Newlyweds two brothers in Vermont. 'i mininur afoul IIIVIH, editions, water to the Island, new roads,
that hid been
consumer I
\11 I and many other IInns( hut( still Interest you md affect your properly
Mrs N. McCahan
cut 31 per cent in t the I last ten Lady eighty.one. Tommy Ryan is leaving June '
ydars! Newlyweds Mr and Mrs Floyd Pine Tree Drive, died Saturday 18 for Charleston he is reporting Mull your unlxurlpdon or telephone us, We II Kindly change
Chuck Kindt, the new Jupiter. Wilkes I were honored Sunday I afternoon following a long illness for duly in the Navy your mall address as of tin as you nish
at and ngffct
a
Tequcsta area manager was introdueed I held by reception Mrs. Wilkes Mrs. MaCahnn, with her bus following his father's and gran ).
supper parents William McCahan fathers
hand ,
came to footsteps
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. But-
1... B. Clark, Chamher of Commerce Jupiter and built on the North
manager displayed the new I terfield, Golfview Drive. Branch of the oxahatchce River, Mr and Mrs Junes Gasket, Rate anywhere In Ihe U.S, or (',l'IlIdal One fear $5.OA;
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brochure which will, he sent Mr. and Mrs Wilkes and Mr. in the 1910s Montgomery, Ala.. who have been
color and Mrs Buttcrficld received the: many diseases, new readily treated, SU Month' $2.!<0| 3 Mouths" $1 UO)

guests' in the living room Punch Congregational She was active Church in the, and People later, ANNOUNCING'/ were still a scientific enigma.,:( In the ensuing (If a resMinl of IMirtln (onnty any purl of the year. $4,SO)


Registration Set and patio supper with white were and served pink in roses the when Jupiter the, in new The mission Church i came of the to I RFOPEMNGM1RFLAINF short span of time, they have been Name .............. ........... ............................................

For Town Hall carrying throughout out the the house bridal Rev. decor May- Good Shepherd She also was a I KENNELS explored and many conquereduth Slrrrl ....................................................."....................
member of the WOll1an'sCluh .
nard M. Mills performed a short Jupiter John R. M<*lry, Mgr. pharmacy's aid
I and of the first
was one to
7lp
ceremony of blessing for the newlymarred I IVear" Boarding Day Week
Jupiter Town Commission at its couple. he honored as Woman of the Month City .... ........................... Slut ...................... (ode
votedto by the Jupiter 8uineand I
meeting Tuesday, June 16
Assisting Mrs Butterfield were
Professional Women's (lub
cooperate with County Assistant Mrs Donald Davics Mrs. Milly Obedience Training
Registrar I r..J.MoroJl by taking NeWhuf 'WTs, O B. M6ndirf, and ":Torn: McCalun was preceded Grooming STUART DRUG CORP. TI1K STUART NliWS

registrations for county state Mr*. Clifford Pappas, who is the in death by her husband and has ib-11 r.OIIII" 1047 Alliinilc 7-15JO! !
and national elections at the Town guest t of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. no survivors. 5401 S. Federal lllu.hwayI YOUR RfYAIL STORE AT 7-1822 ::1 itJIe

Hall O Lynn Smith for a few weeks. Services were held at La k eWorth I Fort Pierce Phone 4A4.1378 _. JIe
Mrs, Gail Sorenson, clerk, and Guests' from out of town included Funeral 1 1I.Home I on 'Bead h .- ___ __ __ __ __ _h_ u -- -- -- .:----: ;:;;:::::;:::: .:-
Mrs Irma Archer assistant, will and interment t ut Palm
: Mr. and Mrs J. Robinson, Hasbrouck "
be deputized to take these registrations '- Heights N. J.; Mr. and Memorial Gardens ? !. : .
as they do those for the I Mrs. Joseph Provcncinl and family ROGFR I. WIN''IFLLM1hES ,.!, !P
town
Mr. and Mrs Morris Gadhois, ,
lengthy discussion : : DKAN'S: UM'Roger
Following a
and family and Mr. and Mrs Ed-
code problems. James L. Wmchcll, (1961 graduate
on building -
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ward Crabhe all of Miami Mr.
Y Daily, building inspector, Mat t and Mrs Thomas Ahern of;Dud of Jupiter High! School, was k J, Put A Gleam
ed that the town would ask for an recently notified that he had been
ley, Mass; Mr. and Mrs Jack
of approval on Ihe dean list for the
engineer* stamp placed on
Cart right. Mrs Smdy! Thornton, '
bUilding on winter the dssa!
an application to put a trimester at University
Mrs Reese DuBirry and Miss Di ,
the fill The commission concurred of Florida.This r
new
onne Di B irry of Coral Gables( .
with Daily. and Fugcne Gihois of Weston. places Winchell in the top
Other matters coming to the Miss. 5 per cent of his class with a J.88 In Her Eye With
commission were: x I
attention of the average Roger is the son of Mr,
Possible changes in the towns and Mrs I I.. L. Wmchcll, Saturn
Sail Is Trial
Insurance Avenue, and is spending the summer -
Speed regulation signs on AIA 1 For Two Judges at home. it
from Jupiter Ranch north to con .

trol speeding in that area. George II Butler of Jupiter t MISS PENNY BRFWSTFR IS

The new light on the triangle and Thomas H. Johnson of RIVIera COMMIM.FMINT: :: :: Qtl/FN: A Home of Her
at the south end of the U. S. I. Beach tried a I little pioneer Miss: Penny Brewstcr' Jupiter t
bridge, announced by Commis sailing when they left West End beauty queen, was crowned June
sloner Bo/eman Saturday in their forty.foot sailboat Commercemcnt Queen at I-isell
Final details of the zoning law, the kalawiki' without autili Junior College, Auhiirndulc Mass
to be clarified by Attorney Bil Miss HreterIoho '
try power \( marriageto
lard Donnell with, the Planning Butler, who i is municipal j Judge Charles F. Martyn HI has been

Board at Riviera Beach, and Johnson, announced for August. was grad s s Own !

who is judge ad litem, were reported uated in retailing. She is t the A
of Mrs Shirley
Steve Floyd, son to the Coast Guard as daughter of Mr and Mrs Warren
P. Floyd, Pennock Point, has returned mi"inghen they failed to make Brewstcr, lighthouse! Drive.
Steve his been
to Jupiter. : the !Port of Palm Beach on time.
in the Adirondack Mount.uns in The C oast Guard spotted the ves- Mr and Mrs A. 1 Johnsrud, '
"e \\
New York for several. months sel about II a.m. Monday anda Loxahatchee River Road, and Mr See The Loan Officers at

Mrs Neil DuBois i is spending patrol' boat picked her up and and Mrs, Bartlett Richards, Ocean '
sit: weeks with her sister, Mrs towed her into Cape Canaveral Drive, attended a dinner Friday
George Kennedy of Miami, at t The two judges ended their jaunt night at the Town House, for First Federal About aLONG
Mrs Kennedy summer home in by bus and arrived home in timeto Charles Holley, Republican Candidate
Gardiner Me, hold court on Tuesday evening for governor of Florida s p

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SEE THE BEAR A wive-carved bruin of coral rock took out to sea near the House of Refuge --

Museum on Hutchinson Island. Stanley R. Forrester, Hibiscus Park retiree who took this photo- Friday Evenings S p.m. to 8 p.m.

graph, believes (that the strange figure which the imaginative eye can tee in the rock grottoes along th U'I
this! stretch of coast would have "immense tourist appeal H property pufclicmd. "The geysers Closet Saturday STUART, $"' api/atel

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Real. E_"&...,. Cera County CmuotltslnaChslrtnun :I n a >Ui<' I Jrl'c.r 00 : 1t50 p m BvaolDg W..hl
O,4nitor-4koi.$ Beieo ,-Krank A. Winks. I'b) 0" huh 'TATE 7JO pm: : Tuei., Prerer aTeetlng
lid Taure. I P>*nAalmal 2nd.4th rue.. I ,no a.m.. leurtkouie .Id.r.. aplliti> 16.by will con- ;: I 7,10 p m. Thu.. V.P.& Bertie
1IERVEY SHARPE suffered serious after na" AI.y. :
Rceru* LeefwePrealdent M. C. Bawd el 5 Zonlnt Adjuittn.nl poisoning laana. noni-ie ai uindaay. f. u. B. ". > THC UNITED CHURCH CHRISTCoatreiatlonal
-Mr*. Carl J Rice* Ch.lrm.II-trod Khoadea citing frankufurters roasted 0 a :1141. Palm Beach. rlorlda, on ; ( Palm O)
lib Tuei. 710pmkomo. lad Tb....... iSO p m. Courthouae Sending small children out to oleander stems Inhaling smoke half, of of Louie th L. Delano, for boo.chase ORDER TO DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-2512 8,146 ..m. Sunday School

10.1.I ... ei Preleeelonal' WeaM*'. Cluk Martin County. MueeuiB CetenlaaloaCualrmin play isnt &bad as tossing tem I from oleander stems I is another ,land lowllrile :* toloWln. dOerlb.d TO TUB B llivO,, ..m., to Morning I WorahlplOiOII Went

PreilneniLlda' Mennlnvcr -Mn, Hugh L. Wlllouihbr Ip.t ItO a non i den- .a b sick.Chtldren T H K .OI> ; ASSEMBLY o* COD-PsI. ChiRKV pm W..dO.
I deathly
way get i Pellowahlp
7 10 No. Oi"
thJU Courtbeu.a
p.m. t OWNERS
..d..... Tuea. olahte. Flrat NatL SinC.n.n.t fc4uaiiy M> g8flOrOU1. A panel .9&.1'.1 I I. H. D.IEL. PaatorI
M. C.! and pokewecuuse land In HOBE SOUND SOU1HEKN "!
Plannlnt Zunlnf CuntmlsslusChnfrrnsu ZENID
.. Park-Norlk' Ct.. SkarecProperty UI lldIlIhItiiii) are the worst playing wit ..i I'UIII id,or lying. ..I.rly ANY 00 a.m So"d.. 8.ho CHAPEL (M.t. le THODI.
Wo.eph CAIMINC .
.. GraanlaeaIrd paul its purple to .r ald, abutting TLB / I"uo. : ,
0.. Aicoelctlcn make 11llnd. Wo.hlp KEV CHARLES O RENNBTT ,.
Thuri 7 '10 C ,..no.euurS.onuddy llaneon INT&RBtT '10 Ihtiri., Pot,. .1
.m. urthouaeIchoel Grant In KRrT p.m. Stud ,
ink Township lii
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rcild.nl C M. Kohraneuik piay o as war paint They) ., .,,, : T 10 silo p.m. 80nd., I.hol
ol r p m Sunday You 111 I"fiRT
ulac THE
lon
4.ell Ind vcedrieidaya at erne BY 7-45 Worahlp Semite
.,. pdlu1lI$ OCIICVD in letting all sate until one youngstcn su* w.I.,, 1 I oilt. .tin l'oIlntt< .. OK IIlANCI HO Dm Coancellatle BenteeSunday .
"h".m.n Hot
BONDS .A.
'1..1. : EkV MAYNARU A. MILL
Mouui we
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in
let Sun. I p B., M.a Agriinltural. Bldt. .,( Sawalla PaintMayor yaxu ona way lo junsonweeo poisoning have been PAKTICtl IbV. FUIIIIT WA1'IUl .. 0:00: am Early WurshiSatin *
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-J. Maruualln cQiloxen t leaD about envuoomcnt I reported in Florida alter childrenate From the. Intoriecllon of th OR TO f. : am: Chunk School
Freeholder. ........tlo. 2nd Wed. m. tel cHiitcilliu: of HeWNlla Point WAY TUE CBY: I ID ..... or.hlp safe. .m. Morning Woraklp KeneTT
tticy its fruit
PfMldrnt -Totoacl O. V. lotto., !:. .:...loirnjlallPOLITICAL lay or sucked on the flow It',ad and tile north line of '" .... Rundey Mr.i. durln* botb aervloee

M.t< on rail Yet some plant the child may .U. I High Point 8ubdlvlalon ii re.corded ShIn of Plorldn. II ,1 am. Morninf Woriklp ol tilO, ,.... Youth Veaper Barrio

C.,d.i. Cluk .f Stuart ORGANIZATIONS I Ahlu arc at deaDly at a rattlesnake far In Plat book >. I'nit* SIt Atturney ot r 4,,1 p 'Tr.lulh. Union
known, the Lgustrum hilt Public Kuiorda of Marlin ... ALL SAINTS' EPISCOrAL Jaaeeei
.I..nl-M.. John W. RII.. .., R.puhllu.s Club of Moron Csustp .1 S a Cllul vf said .1, fvanlnt Werablp Bolt
'n< Men I ,10 t m.. Wome* CUb PP..ld.n.-.I.. B. W..o. 1.p hs record in but North County Ilold.; thence run I Wtdnaaday'ild RKV NOBMAN 8. FCASTU
lo 6V
Fonda. Lout along h r ; .
cltliene Mid week Prayer Senle 8u."
.,4lklK-ci ..-..h CI_ A........... Republican Wcmca Club el Minus. C.: A light mack of Clorioiaviuiiouig a number ..'l iorih line,2t wild High era claiming any and v p.m. s... Holy ,

pn.Hant-Sal Maiullo .h'.nl-W.' Arnold Uaanarth LIly> tuotra nas cauwuuk nave died from eating the fruIt 01 Point Hubdlvlalon, a dlatanc cot So rllht be PALM CIT SAI'TIST-e.b at MaCerdHbNUY 1.1, .-... Family Com.ol.. sad
I. Mon.. IIO, p.m.. ,I..t National Bank To.., I p.m., FIrst Natlunel Dank of Ii feet to the weaterly .ho,.. I tle, I.uoanea.by the { Paater 10 Cherub '. '

,"' ... C'' II Clot M.C. DcmMralla Enetutlve Commill., .iu m tout uouii. vjnu tiny ro this glossy privet. 1 ne hydanlel I II olnt.of of the balm River for the I Phorids, of the "' \ 1:45, ..... Bunder BebeoltUO Wo 0.

.. '. -.,.,. ,; ici ",*,,,r.d.rd. I M.oru, I"IN ; -, |S.ct ..u U aviuitl JOvln.1 SUn IllS si least one mark tinue to loalllnl. them. con" O0lS Honda .'' a.m. Mernlni Worabll Tueaday 7 Cma.l.
.. agm.t 66' 02' lh ticuiirly d..erlb.4. .10 ThrnduC-IS ... ,
.. 0 / ,. or : pro Training Union
0 I 55 IIed. dante as a e..o."
..I,.. i oalltLIClOUl J utuouun.I' ) 1 I'I. i.UUl> poisonous beat along, ,. the. north line of a .d In any way .. ,41 p,, Evaiiln, Worship IKIrtt Tblirldar ..
', ...... Go,... Cb iiUt MiiuUkU UJC KXu-vOttl 01uu are nannies. w.1 oy' "" the I imiulred to appear p. Wtdnaadar Mulweea Pen tridny0 ..m. Holy CommunIon
1
,..Id II.. C.I.I. Wllbe, Mo onamenta f'UI.e. or Imp.o".nl cuit Court of Martin : :t: .er Meeting
,nl! Wed. I p..... J. B Woman. Clul ORGANIZATION u ue;, pi* naru ana imernou enjoy their beauty Fllod 10 1..00m.r da. In th* Ninth ( Unity Church T04 .FIlch ,.rkra
> moisture but not their liopeiiticH. Iniorponcoldid e mid gut the ( : r I FIRST SAPTIST-Puet I 10.1.0, Church Sneday7i8l
,..... Beark Waman'l Aaaoelalle. Clrla Friendly' StI.ty.rotl.rhlt't. t lncralkea. taste. It s a good idea \In J, ,: :. at SeJerae ) Dm Brr.lc.a .
,...Id.nl-III... Marie MlUVr .1. Jack. WhitlcarI t ne seed can b.walowed Wlbout to teach children to avoid 420 Public. KucordiX5Z Stuart tile I, day Martin of Count July : 0 C TAYLOR FaeMrt4 W.dn..d'I.UTHEAN

'at-lrd MOB. 81t 7V7 Clukk.ua 1'.1.. pm, at Mary ChurckJeenk But, thoroughly anything in their mouths putting ('outlty. Siorhn. p dintltnre ot clock I > am Bunder Bohool CHURCH OP ST. ANDREW
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kd .
,..I.,.W_..'. Club Cromwelltnd I..I.....lil.nl -Guild Mra Edward Elnaell c langer.: bungs oe sure death 'lood. except I h7 louluii tent the.0:Iturlitcie u Point.teornnr old point of In the the':t I.M..proceed.10 the I.UO l .pm. Moml.Db"DTU W, I'rlmo vI.ts I Llh.ran Slod: P11 Cbornh l$ Lade)
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Mra. Our iou
t at MM., S p .... bohoolIt In recent years, bai the sf't"eid'i tract reronled I In be granted, and the p.m. Evening Worahlp H. Cfill 111'1. PAITOI
$..... I p..... Woman. ClukMartin Even crawlers in playpens may bond Huuk 6". I'HKO 4.6; thence ; : : : 7tall p..Wedoeiaay frayer
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Audubcn Coul.ty'' card Jcccpb Holy. Name Society. been blamed lor me dctttQ of one reach out between the bars and rlll Mouth,, Xr. 24' II: Eml a and Revenue tha Bund* tSr ; I.. Cbolr praatla em Sunday cUhoot

Ird Mm. .i'1 pm, Judee dent: efdc Pnatdenl'_H. Roamarln C hiU, the illness ot IWO omen anda in "iiue: if JSi.(It fell lo the aulhorlilng proiedlngi th* l ., : 1 RIO BAPTIST 10,10 .... Wo.bl Servlc
within
Tkura. before Ind Hun. I p m. SchoolBOYS pul anything reach ,, line of I hi- Town of
Aaaeelatle. for Mcelal rlcallk bkm injury to a fourth. Ihe bllkh",1 allclaled and ccnfl' I JACK FERNANDFI H. S SOUTHERN METH MISSION
M c. - - - and lawn weeds Pilnl, the-nce North RoV.
Pmldrnt-Rev. Donald Srtirocder( death attributed Gras mot are IV Fiat "n Franchlne Tax : edt .. Sunday School (Maetlne n Hub Sound dole Center)
SCOUTS OF AMERICA wa to eating. Utn- harmless b IT 17bulkhead aid In* dated July 1. 1014 kfcV CKAKLtU
lad Ihnn.. noun The Reef STUART berries U I poisonous mushrooms line n o f tereat at notOnc.e t I I Irate l'uO .... 10riu. WorshIp a&NETT. Past
America. Cancer ....." l ana may be within 210: .nil fuel. thro,-.edl.ne North I of silt p.. Union 7'141 p.m. Bont Service
.. growing (
C. Ckapter, Trump 4OO-gooulmttUr. Robert Peck per contlm ,
botanist Lrdman West with the 5:1: ii- .1"8J5H W.O"" ,.. of 7i4l pm. Fvenlnt Werablp7Ml liOO pm a..IWor.',
reach. payable neml-annuallv
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Chairman-Mallory JohnionMerlin Wed,710pm American Legion Hall Before toddler !
lonoa leaving a feel, the'nee run South lntt the J p.. W.... Prayer Meeting
principal ( :; Y:
Memorial Hoapnal" AaaMarrPrealdent "," Ihlp Tho.405-Adnlsor., 1 p.m.. lI.th.. Earl Cb.tr.h.Dalp Alhpnp St.DqnnA.s Agricultural Experiment alone in the yard be sure he'i not mi' statIons beucvca this is fii-l TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIBT- 74)LKWId XAVIK& FENKOSIMseoo.Suuday.
-Mra. Curt Otto toe tint killer Idle to the afiiremildweaterlv 000.00 oach., and nIAlu, I

lit Mon. 1'1... National Baak Thur... I p.m.444-Adlsnr, Moth. Clnlruh{ Ed, Xlrhhsh Alhsnp: Pt. ccord of human poisoning associtcd among plants .hun.111. of the Indian I In .I"u.1 I 'loctellmont', .,45 ..S'I4CIL.. ,.... tl4J First FrU

M.n'i Cardan. ClubpWutlt. Cub P..II 4IO-Cobm.. ... D. M..m.1o with lantana ..uu. ADiiER'rlpleME'e'r; Hid H'pr. t'.n..p'. 1..nd..ln". 1 boll ,',', IliOO, .... 8u.d.10mln.Ilhol Worb" day, e.: p. : r .I .CJ.. Masses

To.... 7 ilO.' P,W..... Frieltit M C. Air Bldg. Cub 4th Mon Pack, 7i ctc'im:: ; : :.lIoF."Hrbool Kon.ra:: However, it has plnts beD known ;,\ ;o lit'tout U"I 0 ohnr.ln.tile. ...lol.nuM IOeCitohlit.CntoltIlg "o..h complete Franihlae denrrlptlon fa* II .. .Ii4i,00 p.pm... T.I.I.. WorshIp. ST IS Ocee

I.ust Mi.aH hIt: p..... Youth. Canter for HI-1.1 el' < Tl IIOL9; PoIn.r contained In the t : Beolsrsrd.Sts.rtI
Martin County Retarded) CaiUre Aau. yean that can poison Notice I I. hereby ( 2,17 .. ilnre or Pone end ( ; 7 r..on Silo p..Wi Midweek and 10 a.m. (June to )
given that lh a.pt
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,...ld..lo-lr. SwlrartIrd JENSEN/ BEACH cattle An alkaloid called lantanine und '' I. under the .
DUNKLIN MEMO.
.. Cem Ri .. litNt.Satleeel Troop 4OI-.Booutma.t.r. J. D LeokadooVad. .lln.d iro\ialuii BAPTIST- EPISCOPAL CHURCH or
Thura JilOem of 10901. fr .R 1! i
.. 7i tb 0 I' mo tommunlty; Hall I I' the kiler.Touehna Act will : Miirlda" ana will ,'nimldi ntJolth.ltlt th re- JIao, HLV TED LO'l'Tiuoo VAViummibn I-440 Chlnb TIBLUm
Secratarlce Aaaealetlea Paul .. H. Quln.. crushed ( of mil, al'I.f with th tit( to pro nned ualeni thn Ninth ,' a.m. Sunday Brtiool REV W. .
lantana leavess THOMAS .
Ident Mra. Ylrglnlr" Vusul Cul W.d,. .Oa-obm.... ,. Hull Clerk of the ,. ? In anu I:;::,\\n I :h:( 'I n.l niiljinllli'il I; 1 to In and 11,00 a..m. Morning Wor.btp LUC
:: M. C. Public' LIbrSt7 .1 p. I bkin for Martin lorldu .'r// J"lo'lda .,tlS Training UnloaTilO I 10 u.m, Churak .
*nd.4ttt Mon, 402- KhtueaJr cause a reaction. th rnitlncer. TriiKtvcii of the ( p.. .
h"S 7 JO ; !Hall One child made rushed rpotlpt of p r'r puhhit ,,"oP' I Into,' I IIIIPI I ,' iMnient' l-und. IHintBullllllir ; Pub: June'uu.t) 11, tt. p..Worship S.ouun. I lOO r.... Holy Kuekarlat
Club a
i-x City Cardca -ak trip t till. notion. .' iiuiiiu. to- ,, Tot 5th .... InrlilH'.. pllor 7100 p..Wed. Midweek Servle
PresidentMl. Malial PlnnayInd : he hut>pilal alter playing by a wltOOODIMIH: t. the ilati .Klinw, CHRIST MEMORIAI.-Jsple.. ..
1.ho.... .IO ..m.. Clvla Ccetecehe SERVICE clump of lantana 'The LOWElt tKM 'Trualep"tMI. .'o I h monlo"od.Th. TULAIMXVrK: ST JOSEPH CA'HOLC-E' IOU 1.. tWlt.e .0. ealy. Ma. 5 .
.- City Clvla, Orianlietlcej al ..ou plants. exposed under whlih 1 will enK.K I' burilneia dHdltiH to make xalo. or rhet all % O 'r I C REV. JAN IAUIIZoWSIU. ...
Prc.ldc-nt-Andy. ZgllnlektInd p..ld.nA.' skin was marked with : having my principal: f of cold liml, Ihe site, 1C and, wh"n NOTICK I I. hereby Meek days: .1 ItiOlBeturduy CHURCH OF COD-Indlaatewm

T...., Clvl. Canter ., I.on Townhouae Reetaurantlalanlewa white plotchc and reddish areas hualnoa* In, I'afin S Lily. PII'.r1 made. site II he aubjei t to tile Trua'teu'.N'ovrvlt Truater* of I thn Int ,,,10. I"y. KVERBTT MOBB
County, Fla.' and .,... .
tliul the : ,it unto IhelilBilven mint rund of the Con.lon. Saturday Touraday 10:00: Bunday Sihow11OOa.m
P.ln.lana Cardeae Club AaaccUtle I; Klwaala Club Lantana grows throughout thestate titled I In nuiJ bunlnc-a r..tYn: : 75'* of thn | nilnuralK and In meeting In the tt be'o.tnt 1-rlday of month. duO te Morning
l'T.uld.ot-ft.V. t. W. Mercer. raaldant I -Jamaa Rlnaa In south Honda Klchardaon of Htuart and mvtali and l.ho"l.h.I.' tlio n,.trolcuinthereon the (Governor Off li.e, 11. 00 t I 10 p.. quo p.m fcvenlnc' Wor.1
let Men, I p... humus ; I,I pm., 1..1.01 law : native pe- I that llitrn aro no uthur ,,. Inlerentid <>l' Ihenundir:,: :! Fun I haaerIn : log. iLhediiled for 7il pm.: Wad Voting People'

fart ........ CI.... Au.sulattuS'i..ld.ntWalt.r ''I..... Baack Llonl Club des bloom and fruit all year )Keutcd .. In aal 1.1.I bimlnpual I ri-Hill-id to I'mfir, ol rurnlKhHV e lh.8T) on July lllh ST.Kobe CHRITOPHE' CATHOLIC Endaaror
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Bcnioa P..I.II-J.m.. Daaa l varieties are grown m northern Pub: June MHU U.II. 'UILIlAKDHfiV a t 111 IH1 dullunlunt' la .I.n., for theIno'l"n.nl elier, applicatio .ade, Mass /.d ,III ... Biindar CHURCH OF THI GOOD
.. July I 0' I'"nv. ., Praiy at Crary P O. SHEFHCIUVe
Centertrd .
Thun I ,
let p m, Clots J. "I pai Florida ornamental ,
: C. plants I olilibU' of the ofle ulrt.; Floilda, on FIRST JupiterRtV
Co a IruHteea CHURCH OF CHRIST
.. uslsls. .
Thura 4 lira Supper il ipltar-H,., Sound KI...... Club Lantana is khrub from threeo Lie t,. %1KK Ok '1'0 4IFHOtltU .' Internal, l Imiirovement Pond of Ihn f. I.hol., for TIST-724 Lout Ocean ...KIl. ELMER L. ALLEN
.... Hi I 4)K Kll All/I- 8. ...... Holy.
Civil D.
Pert Saleraa the Stiilp of 9"lorl'ti.,i iI tolowln IliOO. ..... Ponds School C.onl.
rirehouM, Sod Tueaday Till" p,* Mo..:dn"I., .lupll.r' ',. MinI. t "live fet tall Ihe flowers are NOTK-K I. h".hy give that Incompilonn'u \UHIH llliyVNT OovernarATTUH II ,iCO ..... Morninf WonblpaiOO 10:00, ..... PantS .. ." Bermea
displayed in dish-like clusters on with Mottlon blaSt.. FlorIda P: rile cm Wed.I Taatlmoulal, Ma tra and Sunday 80hooLJNSN
Club (
Stuart
Clots Club Rotary el 118.t.2&.U .
(tie
Statutes, tInt Until uf I'ounly W It KFIH. (Ill.? A ,, .. ,.,
Engineer Reeding Room 111 AM. limo
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.'..ld.-01. Shomelit Pn.ld.ri-Dr. B. Btanlo. 11I long stalks Individual flowers have BEACH
Commli.loni-ra of Mnrtln County, 'I'ruetre. I I. I hood I h. l Hi. Lone I,, Mon. tbmuiib .liSa" s.m..tU,8I COMMUNIT
,
Dries .
Clubhoue Wed thiS I J.
Himrhe I. J'r.
lbs.o pm tour lobes and are tubular in the rlorlda, will meet on Mondnv. July Pub.: June 21. July I. 0. t 18. lion Township p.... REV. NEWTON
18
....' 13th. It04 at II 80 o clink All.. ..ttho a8U4t \ : 51.
ituarl W. Club Stuart KJw.ni. Club Riot, Oily TWED1'
l .
ower be DO .
Prca.-Mn. Oornellu .. VMdervac* Pruoldutt--Ur. H. Heiedele BIpioB part. l"by may creamy Courthoua In Btl.I. t'lo.ld., Murtln County. "' CHURCH OF OHRIT2 Bah.... B ra Sunday
till" > I 10 and II ,
I '11'.... tilO p ., Club Balldla. I rbor I,ill ,..., Town Houc white, orange, or 'or lelnla the and purpose rerelvlnc or : .tvetlmnny' cor- IN .psi{)"'uii rvFLOHIU1 JI ""11 tilt NTIS weaterly of and' U"UCI GOBltL MIlt. 1,10, p.m. Youth a-m r.llow.hrp Momln; Wenkh

4.h...uf., Cenla GrouphutrrnuflNru '' .Ituart HI.Slipperl Bauer* Dane Cluk scarlet to Ihe value of any uropmtv Mltl cO"'I"'j A ed of In Klvernlde I'lut Book'ki.i 10.00 ..Bible* Study. I,,10 p.... Wednalday, Youth Choir

) Robert I Eoatetlat BOUM The items are bluntly or peraotial, fined by Ihe County; I KOilflb :O. 118 Public Hi-i-orila of 11100, a.m WorshIp and Comauwleo7lOO iIt p.m. W.deosdy", Inlo ChoSe
Wed Slit, *-... home 'I' Pld.&Ub", Center square, A.....or nr t ateinr pnrfuetitu, ro'Vi.wloj IN UB: ty. p.... Kvenln. W.rahlp 1100, p.m. Tburd.p.
. green or brown, and may be arm ; and tiuuuOoe.-. y.id't.h Ill 01 i iUtANK 1101'10. I 10.. Wadnaaday ,. JEHOVAH B..
u- WITNESSES
& CHAMBERS, OF COMMUCI Smart LI... Club ed with weak sharp spinel Lave nenta for .qual.hlr. Koll, .nd n/K/a \ RAlMCH.. )) .e. hor. or till p.... Midweek. Bible Study ,,. .,-7 p... Watehtower-Brltt Study..

fI.H SoundpruuldsntDP. .. are in pairs or of vlll COnUld. S corns on .1'h .! HAlt'l. and will conalder Monday 7 ilO p.m. Bible Study
M ...DIKI..rtb .ehnu.bu..1 whol tee. mcoeedlnv day. at may be no.. ) to Objection to the Tbuniay- Mlnlitry
William yus JilO lit
; p.m., Lantana VITIfU TO LI U tl. AU' KHTI' HIIOTnoTiir :
Sot. TolO.. p.m.. Cema>u.lt, Oaeitaaa I:: ; ; a. are green to ory. of I It.UII'OR'Al of of said land ahould Service ,.tbOI
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SWoI ---
Club blue or black one.fourlhInch lold 1..1' wi Ihr..lpon rno'tCr cr.dlur to the Chief
.. Beach Anusrro.ld.shVrsOk : Wolf nearly d.y .. .0 I I .. .h.1 .'IASK' 1t..CH.ka t'HANI the Intrrnul, In.ln.. : i M>m nrrnioisnt. REDEEMER LUHIAN Oaeea BleV
ronbarttne Thun, BOO. Sunrtae laa, in diameter and contain one be naocaaary for the purpouc H.\'lel. 0..0. Ir. I hc'bl Elliot l Bulldlna \\ : T"I" RfcV lOROID\1I
II.... dl......,.. S ij... bony seed. saltS.tsOAftt' .ld, ,, ti C. any to (,oT,lOn:, I ; NOTICfc. la hnrrby TJ that the !,lim. 8l""l,. 81bl |.
Stuart JeyceMPreald.nl 01- r'OI'NTY numb* dnnmnria i uhlih n.en.rul.4. Th. unoVmlmiud' to rngait,( In I,,1 a-m Werahlp SwvUeCHR .
Port .>.Urae -Dick FryerTuea. One leaf of the is reported ( t I.ave Hk-nlnm nlil c-alati ,:hrro"lt ii to ) b uolneo.en d..lrlna name
S Pmuldrntt-L 1 C. llaakaiaaSu4 .. I tSP pm. Pink Pony toxic oleandr kill 'UM\IIONII"t F'LtRID.t rico nf the Counly:, Judge, or.. "al d.oli., of MVKT1N flclltOI. T THE KINO LUTHEHAWKmi -
S ..... ritehavaa. an L \ In al (UUITIE
Tbaie. Inn
r BV: IHJUOTIIV C..ulty. 1"IO'ldR. (ou.tlou. If and made lull( at .
VETERANS "oKaANIZATIONfAamercMM adult. Children buys been madeill l'EI(1 at Hiuart." ) Id ) 01 Ilul.1 P.JOHlAON. Paator
hI PtwtI Ao ( rko I I to the Truntett reglaiur .10 nansu, the t,00 .
pruslduso-W. L J I 'n< rntu.Ss.m. Vcwn lald4tk carrying JUu'tlnSEAL : Cuuloty: : l'lui: a the flrat publc.tun of thin notc. mlnvrala, I and nivtala .1"I; ( flu \ lUg a.m Morning WorshIp
around : ,
la their Null
Me. mouths while ( ) : nlot thereon M VHTIN COUNTY
I the
V ....11 .._h.... Dlvlaloai. pm Llo. a Tub; June SO 16CTIUI' Mililiiir and( limit elate the .,. der pHtrolmim... la Inol'fj:1: : FIRST METH0DI3Tht
Ch.l.mon-Phlllp .ama..ll4ta Amaciaaa Lecloa, Stuart play.A 0. reld.'n't'' .ld I'nnlnrthresddress' for or furnlah d .,, BOAUD.By Ptlcht. Al.LAN Ii. hTVAeT C Af
Tbsru. .t art Chsotbs?J luOdlaS, Co..n4-nl. L. Taylor number of individuals haveDon't \ or I h. ,'Ialmnlt ..d 1"0' b. nwornto atumpa for th,* .. 1M'.. : ':4.. Ulomulog,
"" :.. 8. ad Li' I ,..., Lcdoa Ball NOTICK U that the lIe 'l' ( ng'tI, orhi : ... Church \hnhl
CONSERVATION Ancarlca Lefloa., ladlaalewa FqualUutlon Board tr'.thn City ofHtiiarl ssttlrne)': ': It will baeon.I void I V'liV"oRr! of the UHTIM COIB9 II .Ion .... Morninf. WorshIp
nt. __..__
will meet? aftui- 10 I Pub June 4 It, "CO .m.
........ Ssul.tnPnulfluntLt.uou. Commander-Jim allgby on Monday ac"o''lnl the Internal 1mb' : 25. 1964 1.1
M.oro. Sum III dub Sat. I soon, July 4, 11t4 at thup our or HI\U'r: ,1 t.f1 ana the State of HorlilnPAKKIS t -- (tOne wvnhlp"aerle'aViii''aB! cariag
MaUvaal. BaaBkbaak pm. Forget 1:011: thr City Hull ni .'IUlr S.\TtOA DAIh Y July anal Auruat. Sunder '( ukt
5dMnuPpdoflrut ;
._ salt UI'I I and, lime ll ii 'i'IIK ('Ill 'CrY Jt5M.l0'4: 6'lIt letOh'
Waltao;;. Uafua:: Aeaerleaa Lcglea Aualllary, 1. BeeelFrealdent City plu-oe H1'U.lT ATTEST!
the eaniitnt, I Itoll llu of Mtst'rl'I ('IILSTS FLUIIID.tl'ItOIi.tTh TINry MEHODIST-
Fraaldelit" bkarlaa. Klndre4la Kmm* McOu City lur (o.AdoI"I.I..r. C.T.A \v. R K1DP. ChIef .

rrL. S ,.... C.urlbo aeJualtr ,.4.,, Men, I p.m.Aaiericaa Fish License lear bate fur.1 1r' eubnilttc-d I furthi to null milllloard ,.., HRIO.h.., musIc a 'ha.f, J'rolk, Iruetep I. I. Fund l! RE: SO 11" plot a-m Kunday He boot
; Pub: June It. 11, M. ..
Caaaarratlai Club Leilea Aualllery, Stuan ; I I. hereby the all pcira.inn ikieamdCnYKY 1 .11 1ITAT'1 01 II'100 Worahlp Btrvlc

TUM. lilt, p..... Stuart Youth Ceatatftuarl ,..Id.al-I. Clara May T.lm. to hav mud) UHCUAKY -- CUtMI: W11K.Depaep.d. "*" p.m. E..nll' Worbl 1s5 a..
.. ,.m., LegUB HallMarlla d..lrlnl Roll, ..o..oclolo. tinting By, hll. K. I Ivory LKGAL ) Sod 8..d'n
lallfUk Clue Deadline NearFlorida valuation I of ot i- Attnrtie\ii fur Co-Adnilnl.tra- 1o'rl.. TO ( HH: > H
fr'--' : B. 1.:1' Ceuaty Be.W.W J VcUreaa erwin, are lrP to IYft with ..,.. I.T.tlilt Ire TIIK toi NTY At : All cf the eatat of OSCEOL STRcET. NITOD.T. .
: .
Klne KNIGHT
.. .aatliut CYKMbN: H LIHK. IEY.
(mm.nd.Phll the City Auditor orbefore rlrit National Bunk M1H1IN d..eu'ld. are ... JR
C Haa Bk.OROANIZATIONS Community Coitus .nd { .n lOLIT' .
director. lat h.r.b notified and Sunday
Ird:* m, 10..0 r. the day prevloun th* mi-el. IV Kb.: required to file IlrUOa.m. .
.. Martle County Barrack AuallleryPn.ldenl ( fresh water fihermn Intl of nsid Lciuallnatlon Board ii luldlla 1.r., ,, I 1"I.ld. HHTVTF OV' ( any, clalma, or dellalds, which they Worn'.. Morning. Wohl.
,
raEMU''s i -III. Moth N. Hall are being urged to avoid af..r.s.ll thom Fetlllon ai-ttlim Pub: UI. 1. July 2, .1964 LUNA I WESTMO.NOTHR ...,. n..y I of..i.lnot auld estate In ..heorico *.* 11I1..1.' *. must .
r.h the County Judge of Mar- 1h klL"0"1 ** ado
....... Baaak flraaiaa 4 AsollIs'. 1. ..J. I pm. Old 0.. and buy their fishing licenses now. .font...m.nt'heir. obJ.otol. ,.. HUc.h* which art OF b'iLI'i. Cuully. Florlli: In the Courl- OIlS .
'ro.ldo.Io-II. M.rle ITolluIr4 V.tsr..'5 el in HIM 1 4 UK III I I' 101 Mr Ol- FOR MM U.) Dice noiim. rt Hoildn, within' lit P.Prayer 81.
M.I. The 1964-63 dr.hr, lioo maleCAU.IH Til
C..I C..II new they to
MulidM. (..aa.tmtm Chairman; W. fishing licensesare Yl.-i'RARv :1'1 JllXlltl. ( IHdIT III-- "" "' calendar m, :',nlhl, from the date of "O .m, Board .... C.
-.... K.I.r available at the offices all "' Miltllx the flint publicatIon of this Thur.. each .." ) .
Baack Volo... Fire. p uumlis. Sod Men. p Di. Ll. Bom of A* City Auditor and Clerk 11' LOlMi. TO AtJ- WhOM IT M \ notice
554tH ,,
..,. S ,.m.. r'nbona' VFW. .tuuptCummupdorJuba county judges and their author-. Pub.: Jun, li. St... 191)1NOTKK ) lCIMM, 1'1:: !\IF. :1 CON'IISCC Notice I I.: hereby a.eh wlln.cl.lm or ouu dolun.1 tetu, I'A iiniHt the be Plate'In soUThERN aKV. D. H. MEHODIST-.
.10
Cart Balarae ,IN_." AunlIlsiPpld.ntXsro .. M Mnrray zed sub-agents. OF nrnrnn" KOVALL .\UI urI:'. erett tiled and I'oat'offlcn iddreae Sill: ... WorshIp
..... lulntlff.CA.ilJi I Nlck.1, ., of the cliiliimnt, and, ,,, ha Rnl.
C. .d.11 Thun, Ooldea Get?* Building to A. D. di. riii: Trii: Kiciirioi N SPilt: turn AInlll"lr.tor? nnmt xworn 10.4 am. 8u.d.
Frd Tbo.. I ..0 ".... 71rSb5051. According AdIih. Notlie I I. I that the ) tate of I n :: to b) the cl..lnl."t. hie anont, or JilO pm. Epwortk 1 Lean 01
VFW Indlaatowa hereby :
: : ;:
Game und ,1'.1 A HI ltTA hi.
that he I Ii\ ur become "old&cD'dlna P ill ..
'eot ........ Volo.._ Fire. Dupaota.SPro.ld.stltobsnt ,I reor. .jnderalgned linclor pruvhuluos lc'ilc'odttt, J :1. .lo'I.J., wil p. hosting ..
W. Prcatoei ,
'r..mud.r..p" Commission the new 1964- ot JOUt: 1.ans of fliml ned I..
tsh4rd .. itnubousuFSATUNAL JohnmaTuae. I 1..0 8t. p.m. Poet hiumuv.r.w. 65 fishing licence is hnt I, wIll reglater :;:hrl\;\: To ('pOol 4lIItIC.' I llIut, tlb' IU'r apply to ,. !at.d "' d', or May. bled. I tOO p.m. Wen.4y.
not required Crary Jr County, M TUCK ; 'nd and 11 .
i StuartCommnndi.r Clerk of the Circuit < "urt In and JII .IA)11 I. 4110
,,
1.41 Hlnia \''ono i iKl '
of the l,
A.II. until County on of TIO:
OSGANIZATIO14S i Mra. Smith. midnight Juno 30, however, for Martin Florida. upon .htn'I,,. Mi000lirl for 'ldi Ih/ ('arml'n, a Link ixiteuatd pro. Prayer MeettagFIRST
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Aeaala Ckeptcr.: Order el D being hoore thU notlue th' to- '
name
'. c.onultnr-Pnotd' Ilunnos I a I ,'ul"I.lnt, (,,ir i Ivorici bmn (for Executor ktV. GblJkGlc R.
Ldna
the H; of
wildlife of
ind"" 11I0.. I.10 ...., atM*l* TmuPlI l I by ofce. Buying Wil' i (.,,1 '"111"0''I >''u III, tlu .I"'e. .tll. P. O Box lilt lu.d. Behol MooRIIIIC&
cense now fishrrnicn MARTIN MOTH? MATT '.'it'lt C ( In ,0 bjo.h: 1100 ... ,
Aieal* Meconl LedeWenklpful CIVIl. Air Psts.lCommsudnrLtuut.ount \ many undxr WI I In I 1ON.tl.l; ; I ll$'r. \\'j., gentra.1 I 1..t.. J'lo.ld&. chic Myr Won'
Mailer Cbriatlea alklatlrd front embarrassment at a bualnea, r :our IIFw8! \ fj,lo'e Aauirl'I I i //U1W' : 11. II, K. tOtSi'b'll'I.I p.m.
Ibura', I p.m., Maaoal. Ta: U I J. T. Btrent or b ,,* cut.ttc. i n.lu.. ..,' .r, l I. tn, obtain a dl. ,,, of I'll' pm. fcjenlng' Woraht
.
later '
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date when ,
Maeta Tueidaya, 1 ID pm. they decide on a : 'Vu.. ,.u .i "i'.''I"'d i "" to rile: >our, of .. p o. Thuroduy,. Junlnr ('help
,.... Millar Circle. Elks. auddtn fishing and find Ha-1 the .all.* Ilt..ol. A".r .d'; .tin"i |1(1".il,idlnv to mild .Inl" B OPllrnilF'i4. : SUK M i,4t, p..... Thuradny, SenIor Choir
Cemmltlee trip they ed In aald TIIK <'I lIlt I II I .
'ro.ld.nl-lIIr. Dorothy Hardy el '0 i: Cu"luln. "", '", h. ,.", ti,. .ih, day. MTnilFlT". Ollir >I C HII\
Florida
dud ISO'S., 5 ,..., Klk: Ledge Ch.lrms't--l..s Combefcxaciillve have n license Fldward of Htuart other .r juii i 1"b. "thotnilb' l ,. ullosalion. AtOornry for r.IT' f ( III Pit. .'r"rl or H.IIHIKV 511:5'FIRST. 'IUIYEo-.lb.e.s
and that sit ere.reno 'peron"rv1iuirAli,1TVi""iM MAlilb
.dmlnl.t. J. .
i Director-K..I Phllhrlck, license fees arc: resident annual '", ( ( -, I II .II'h t'OIIloit, lone ll. 1tIu IUV.; P...
Seta Slfma Phi SorcHtyEcallon 111 W. 0... Blvd AT '.11 ? Mill: I hi i :. luIn, li 'UK emir::Hard b> you, 1b. I. I. Plaintiff f .,00 A IYI"EY LOWI, ""' 1.
Zde ChapterFr.ilil.nt $3, non-resident annual, $8; anrl Ih i HUM* will thin( pioiei'j ex am. S.hol
Lady Celfart Aaaoclatlea. NL.WASII': luJAliTiN 111,1 '11161 IT Clll JV\lt-a 8 REOSODefendant 16:05: !! "'". Sinrelep
Mra. B. J. Abbott non-resilient h 0" rev c'ttier, Pleud- IN Till- ( W.rblp
continuous Iurl. ,
mi
fourteen-day nn: Juos IS. 15. July J, be lllvil '" J' I U. I ) chop pm. Yeung ,_ .
lit.ard T....... I p m, k e.c* Praaldent -Mra. Bill H..rt.1 11. n iu the clerk of II FeUowehl
; Tuee., Kilo ...... M. GlutLimply fishing, $3.25. non-resident tIlls iciiirt uml a i ('l| theirof uncut AMI By virtue of a Writ of ".u.
XI Ccmma Pbl Ckapterfracldenti Ool Ot. five.day continuous fishing $2.25. ROTH tr Tr1T TO tMr"l* IP sot'oi, / mum ;tin, ; lUlntlff: or M.oniuir tlon In m>' hnnda laaui-d,, out the PRE8YERIANOMNII
Mr*. Joe Flnleylitlrd Art. ClukFraaldant KtmXI (1111)11 ,"'lt "I t'rr 'eatlurilr9o. oimhternon, KO. JSTI I Clrciit, Cool" In n milt of Marie ISlANds

Tkura, I p.... komcaOautkten -Mrt. A.hty ArkeaaatIrd >K urilAHT Kl-0llll ? 'lIlehler.vt( ",. P. Ur"Wer J. IteKno etui nut Jame, H Regno I .,,10 a.iu. C1CKSON Sunday F..lo
Est. lino, L, More tOOl, | | IN KE: F0"l"FIT! dil, v .". on June I. 1914 ..1
.l the Amcrtcaa Rcrclutlee) p. kemaeMartla than .eventy.fou out NOTICB IH HBItrBY OI\FV HT 1 'Iohl. .1.0 I I tIe n.m. Worship
.
MiHalarIrd 0 CITY COMM1HM1ON Oh THE Thin %" .f .ul b* pub. KOI.I. 'll 1 Ju"amtut .hlh mid th'l 4-10 p... 81.
Rocnt-Mn Mariorl Ceuat* Fair A..I.d.Pld.n' children have Til ..1 liiaued recordnd Youl
hurL. .komie W. Ho..., ever 1.0 nIb' HTtAKT. !1.fHI'A; IMh.| 'c i In iiubllHh Tin( it'"1.1 In I Stuart\e.". .a Miriln.... L11T1: .(11.llt., bln le-n lo.k. I have ,.10 p.. .II.hl' ., ObeSe

Molh.r. DcMclay Club ., p... BldlMartla 0. INTrNTlON T AM.l., luiinn( '. II,n" Mn, nni.' every rd I.vl.d on .I right It. 'Inter- NO.[ sty UIAIIA FELLOWSHIP
11 Aw.loult' '
Prcal"lent-Mr.. Jaokaon VTHght4tk t: (1 :, /OMNU OK- for r."r 'lu 1(00.11( "' Yooh.. .1 -',ntnGi, a door the .10 In., Regno In cJe Plop.! Commnnltir Center
Men, 7ilO p..... Maaonle Tempi County C.I C..t Cl.bPru.id.nb.X4 f.HOC THE t.II10 AS I' ')ltL't'tCKI).t lltnrt. LKena nd for following dts'clbodt'operty ? Ooawmp : \ Plcre !
located FslInehlp
Flor"' In Martin County, ", ,
Hlfbee C "
8
lloy. m4. p.m. "
m<
L.aW Aualllery W I..... Piosi Ird To... 7 JO p.ra, Clubkeoae _I.KIM I. AUVt.llll Eecampmcet$ ( and
't.lRK
01 LS\ l'Y
Chief Matriarch Oladyl Inline: Martla County Farm Buraaa I THM c'rC"'IT OIHT 4)K Tnl ) NOW,' (W1 viniv: IU"I'IT cou.srr COCRT One llnntal Trailer An undlvldod on.-holf Inl.r. PENTECOSTAL ... .. .

4ik TUM. I p.., looP Hall ,..ld.nAlber K.u.. MMII U. < IRI I IT Un.N;| ZONED H-l, ,'ANI THh.ViRILL J..I-OIiIll.t Trailer HIM 4x. oat In lit. rolo"ln., dnn'rihed lOAn ...BK1NNEB.. .dw'STboor Paater"

ledcpcndcal Order el Odd fellow ltd ., s.ID.1 Ina. p'sIs r'llll WtNTIN eot.NYV.BTCI'S'i OK UAMVHICH Il4HK Sly lIon Ilinn. Tr.ller No. 11..t. prup.'rt.) = Wlo I :r sod TilO |u
pa
Of P'l.ttNSsh. TO KK-ZONbD II.J In MoltlAKTICI Tense 1011 log In rl0 80.d. Evaneelletle.
Noble GrandLouie' Aray Chaaon MinUs Ceunty Amateur Radle Club IN riirmr AO. IKUI AULiV UL.8C1UULU A8 ((lr"11 rSWiT11Bxl !; Lo.n. \ wi, : titO p... .. .. IUbl il..

SMntaryJokn :: Pr..ld.ot-ltill Brltton BkATIUCti 1C 1OHK PVLJAJWA1AU ; ; THE STATE OF CETHSEMANE
l.t-lrd TUM, I ;" tootlodlum Ball "I' H"'N hi "I'n) H7tIlb0>IPub CHURCH OF CHRIST
Third Tkura., I p.m. AT p-diet l'hllltt. Wi. tItnIter.nn( II.Unl at a point where an OR CHURCH
River Eacameeaaat IS u. OF BLOCK t BFCTIOVHT O. Lrtwop AU rFRWfl. ? it,,,allen of I b. Cherub CHIISTA.
Cklcf Palrlarob-'Ihurmend Wllaoa) Marts C..I, Ho louSily rJ.ARD;: 1. Ll'Clh, rTVTrH: HI II- H lout 1. b'lrlla s CtPORA'I'lONit,l O North line of Trm t 10, LEON I.. BAKER JO._ Beach

Snd.4th T...., I p.m. lOOP .... Preildant Roland Mi-rr.ll 1'01'1 DCCKLY PlIHION AIIIOWN HV 1'UATShl.ORI .: Jt1e,, f. II. U. 2G. INI OR 4-IAIMlMt : I) '8. K 41 F, Tropical t'17i; 8 toe am Sunday, Bible' gekool Mlolee.p
lat Tuea., liSt. p.m.. Flout, Metleaal Bk. Defendant ( PL.t.OOK 184. TV OH U*;V 0V Jarma, Ilh..I.I.lon.,, Pint| t pies a.m Sunder WorshIp BcVvte
,.*... Bcack Severe Club sad AunthNlPrsuldnut.G.ur. r TthTlt'l OK l IT 70 DESCRIBED til, : Tkunctay ,
fio: p in Bible
:
.. luttl. Multiple LJatliif .. TO: Fdward 4tuvkluy FI/tnlDV: KblOUUHNOW : Interaecta the, Study
ITkc Wlmedauala' ) Secretary-.1 H. Turnerlad4th pet, Roaemor 101 ( MAKTI.N Col'N1'YI.NOTICE YoU AND BACH line Btate Stead til ".I, V

Psitdunt-Mru. Haacl Fenber ... S ..... Angelpa. California bmokey Says hereby notified that proceed North 0S'4h'l1 Ancient Europeans
tnd.4tb Frt, I P.m., t B Com. CkenkOutel I Y L. .hereby given 'notice that 18 IIERFBT G\"a to I deetrlbed property bus along the North line of displayed
.atate Maaoaa Invited; Palm City Home Deaiaaatratlea Co a Complaint for Mvore* ha.1 b.n all peraon Intareated, tth under and by virtue of : trnot 10 and lie Eiiaterly un.tnl.lon misleloo as a kissing cha

P.E O. SUtcrheodF .. '..hl..IM. Ellaabelk' .... rilunt again Vats In 5k..b.v.ind ConimKalon, of the City lituorrlorhd { LETS $TQIIE CUT Florida, Statute* aa for 7.00 too to a -lt a cure for .
lit To.. a. C1 Ceete.Felaclana ., '. S tlt. t'l.littidf hoe adopted' a Resolutionwhlih le now In the .... :: henc* South
Ch.ptsirn.ld.ntMro. .1 WNi N"I (It. ceosrulnstusn In ullbstitlcuu provide, that Fog1. FIQES! Boar of County O r:01 Wool fur ,.i1 fnrt 10
? Hanild Hlr.u.alaulrd Kenaal Club I which.to obtnln m dl- an amendment to Ordinance No. ( and a point or beginning of the
MOB., I pea. humus Ird r.r..ior .0"0. You .,. lu file your JU 1 amended, being. t h. Zoning, ye"I,.. : hereby yjI : following d..lbo parcel; Stuart Rotary
Cl CkeptcrPr I Cell I mootIng place Answr or lea44n mid of th. Llty of Ion. Cu
...ldent.-Mr.. Harold Bo.....' Balerae t'.nt.lilnt o'Ih no lieloru .Ihl: tiltS Odl".I.. b* .,' *o IIU.,1. ha"been filed In the "' Continue 8"1, 00'07'W..t I Mill
rust Moaae lold. .
Dam.a.traUea W.
lad.4th W..., 10 a-m. kceM C. :iy rloI'JoJ 1114 oth.rwln th C deecrlbcd panel I of lnd of the Ninth Judlolal for 190.70 a point: thence .
Order al, Prealdant-Mr.. Zlllak Nawlla I .: I .d In nook Com- rrl : re-eoned R-l, the aaina, now for Martin .unty. proceed North $9'Il'ISO '.'... 1.1 StaMe* Maaer
Relnbew Clrl ,
far lat Inure.. lilt pm Clvla Center will b. 1.1'on.n'otdnsu.d j loi the torr.It. for 107.0 fret to a ..., ,
Worth Ad..oro.. t..I.., Klalnt being loncd K.). and the parrel JW.'h: .. .
". and the cauee mill t h. n of Innd whlc'h I I. lo b erty, and you are proceed) North ot fait Il"
... ... .. re-ioni-d R-t
Tina, 7 ilO o m, MaeocM Templeeyal Riptide PI, el Martla CeuatyPrealdent parte Much, All.".. or I I. more particularly deacrlbed and, required, to file for I7'.It feet point: (Bald I -
I P.lm '!... -Johnnie C. Hhew .1..0 .. ntuat be filed with follow*; any you have, and .h. point being 17'HJ feet Houth of Winds
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Noble Grand Mn a.... Hulll.tlrd lat-lrd Thun o p... General MaetlnLaat 5 the Clerk of thl* court or before July Sth. Hill the North I line of aald tree'I

Mi..., I ,.... lOOP Hall Tbura., I p.m.. Builneae Maallni thereof slush, b usury..4Iom All of Block 1. PortIon .. 81 :: sonally aerved with t'r 101: thence proceed Northeasterly -

Staart.'...... like Ledge. ISiS Lucl. Yackt Club l'lelnlr Dr PI.lntr, I.ucle K ..... Hubdlvlalon .. ''In. and within twenty by convex curv* whoa -
Exalted Ruler-Oeea lookerS It 1.lt (lahl'I'.n, "O"lh..n. 0 ahown by Shut rrcorded In rial I perannal ..,vlc. It rodlu. I. sepIa feet, and I. a --
*.*>.. MoadayeStuart O..odoLa HawVon ".,. lo Ilu.r. ..rd. Hook 10, Pag Palm Death ed with \need. herein 7* curve f orsna.v dlntance. ot

Shrine. ClubFrceldcnt ..., Yacht C This .ul pubHulled County, .7it (now property should not .. 11007- to th. point of begin CITY
In The New a newrmpir *- puratiant to said mng.
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-John AIM Stuart Beard] el ReeltorePrealdank ui Uluart\ .U. COUl., file claim &
iiulilulic-d In MartinCounty you .
lat Taea. T p m M.natcc Yaeat Clubiralteel f..1
Raniem Tlltoa )'Iu.'d.' once every week laid xl judvment wi Notice |I. hereby riven that on COMMISSIONSTUART
Ccmmerciel Trevelcf lat Tkura., pjn. Stuart leto for four tin. w.h. toning O"ln.n., a".ndlnl" I h.rrlnaia y.u :: the Ith dey of July

Senior C.u..ulur-Zd... Howard Stuart Sectary. ISI AND )) at Stuat on th* II day of July, iueo at Pereoni not peraonally rn' the hour of 1loo
lat Thura I IOOF HallUalreal '
p. I..p obtain 00
proc.ua a P.
( thin 13th regular at 11,30' AM
niertlng City ( !
Daugkten el the Cenledacejae, p..ld.nlTban.. Hematiway i'ottvriey :,ih Mun. 14. mlaalon I : of the ,I.th Stuart : petition ferfeltur ..10 day the front door
....,.,.. -Mr* Marvla B. BamJIlad ., p... Publla Library CLERK OF ('iRt'tlT I COtUTF Id.unh',. at : Cartful impcri bat lt4Q% in from lbs ... the .Ilhll County Cur Houac REGULAR MEETING

) Me*. TeuHat Club (\ MARTIN COt'NTV. r.d. or good 'tm. I I. ..h"" ; "w'lTNESK ..1 right tll. Inter-
Ckepter. Order .. Eeeten fur a* otIS Ordlimme, hnuldThla my band the laid Regno In
Unity *
W. M.troM. Joaeph HoUn. BraeV4tk lat-lrd Mea., I p.m. Tooth Centee Ity /./ l'ATOI.Y ZIENfBA. nut b. ...londud. the .ho.mentioned od to the above rtnaortbed propertLrilb1iS 8:0 p.,t 2nd ana 4tk

| Tkura. S p.., Mcaeale Teaapl* 1. Is to b* nubllehed, More than Americans art, "II ;J this sets \. ue'loo to the high.
:. (l CII'"f, (.url "..1 two time* In.I: Stuart Newn.Dal.d 3.0 a for Saul,, to satisfy laidxecutloB MONDAYSStuart
this day of June. 1961 being, kept today by elec r'mOTH PER ned .1 coat
GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Retailen old totaled OI'OHTBltO OrOHBRS1y
( goods at t Is/ \LLJU MesCRARVA pacemakers in where (1.11 CI"veeun dr tIA.n4 seal
CKr.CaaaaUaelee) P.O.Dr.w.rlt city Clerk and Auditor tone cass I t* SrI day of June CII
., .-n Curn i96ttat$246,00.0.0 1 Stuart. FlorIda (Heal of CUT of Sturt) patients own heartbeats areundefendable. By /Dorothy ROT C RAKEI1I SHERIFF PwbUc ..

......11I ...... I ..... CIt? Nil PbI Ju.. .1 U. lull' I. '. 1154Ln Puo.1 JUD 1 ({rjJnTii. MARTIN C JUNTV. FLORIDA A.1
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