The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00183
 Material Information
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: July 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00183
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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bate permit
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thus sl htv eweda 1tww. ,I" n in blue-u'i t.wwr1 MuesIt sal,
at Martin County: Coif and Country : year <
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Club Ttchiay.Ffa' for, the> same rri w a )tr r t <\ : rues-i.e
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Dane. Ida off a wee *r e and .
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item i2wnl tOt sad I
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then uw A. BO* eight, MN.\\ htNeui. I" wwNhet will uup'" ,
no tb* bok.mimx I The kcal fur save entire veer of hq r 2' 1111''t, I ed. tueatl "M't1.iveisl ut pv.

1461 was a record S'ts4tl3t', inCEUng II'SW 'M bind het 'lsvtww, 1.
nucshal.d ,by hl4, Aelleis wile,
COUNTY errs ..tIS 1"111111\111111.) I\Jf lupiPer 1 (yyy
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FAIR t Island, swat of which was tnckiJel -
r In IN fiN half m>sfigure. (U benI"'- at .heal 'lten'' MuNileishk"
Six cbdonia mydas (green sea t .. ) j I ..KHIL \11ai. tnaliaca" '
turtles to you) represent t.Iu1in'Qunty : N' i HM<\h4l ail)) Ain\\ \W 1tYlwsallp,
at the New York World's w twit r Py u' I, "hnhlar\I" wM. v4l \IIkIl'' Ilivwaw
Fair However at the instigation x { F .' : 'iII l v'>'''tI.14\k MsVgen"" gs
of Ross Withara. curator of turtles : Pool Site SoughtIn "..,,1.4"1") '" ) \W 5seukin.,
at the House of Refuge SUMRepresentative I + 5 kith net \I"'IIAA 14IwkW, \ISI
William E. Owenshas 1 I/ Little Dixie I1 \will .to "'-r I"""" "by h. bl\ll4i .
persuaded Florida Development I N / "humus tW mil lwwenw' '' wwt 01, 'W\\I''',
Commission to add another I and IXvtaKm. N MU, rv xm KilH4b ,,11.I
"'pIu." for our county to the Florida i I 11'hkh will Utile Pine "hive i .l"| N''w'\m Ilk( stmtlu\\ \ |
Pavilion. Two hundred turtle first, a .*it"n'lneI ivr a drovtn, |Vu M, INIh
certificates of adoption designedby I mi* I 'I| i$" bate Mlu" 'hnhNMslee ''
Jim Hutchinson anti 00 sale \\hiW the only plea th.t bundreds evwuw' .M "Ib rt1h14 'aiklehM 1'1
at the Home of Refuge for the of youngsters hive to so HIm t'hl<11uy tt hhsiml, "litnhnl! .
past two years for $I each have k. a muddy bob in tht rows U Lt j II'.miI svpivwNlnlll\ i \\f (lb., Itl"....'
been sent to the fair, and they the ciiy's *' ivr irtAiment pint ,r. I I \"\,,, end\ hitS be lung nsw' ''I''''''s
are being( presented fret to VIPs IMI Palm BeavhK\ ,vad. the tills a" I'I ,4 ,he paten). \OII\H.\ d'IwC w ilhiebn1
and members of news media.. Although favor the latter I If Edit \illbumK !I '' timmsswr. 111\1'' a 'Walt, "aMetiin &
FDC H attending to the HENRY: KINDRED: AM!\ MtOOM distribution of the certificates. the tarty Rfcing (ins Bt A lli| of the Swimming" 'Nod l AuiKknUiMi:. i ylNan' swslMUt" > ....'"11 Mpulwtnld1 'i
cost of priding them is bang hav. dui .*.y, Ms, al\W H.)yk : ..yn" bettiyhiai' \'" lilt fit, 4 4tiitj
borne by Martin County Historical ) .b. the fonderUnforiunutety 4 "' ,, L,
Society, Anyone wishing to Kindred NARGUS the l little "i''iur ",.1' I* "I nptyp, .
make a donation for the printing of $3tXv41" appears k> be standIng ., ... <. ..ll. of a further supply of this excellent ) in the. way 0 f the "pool l. Kit "''ltll" 1 .llIw') II" 'Ib ilwnthtrues '
Martin County booster. should that need not p. a serious .....er- I"SIlU'tWKlUt' :. Pent I luee" 1154 Pa'VlttacM' \ .rehh .lh"'II\vly while" .. 1I ''M'1fI \ till ,. t:bhnn"' 1Ibighhk' yutliasCs ,
send a check to Wilton or tkt Put Stuart MapMaking rent Lake sbxut" Martha t.M'I1n "how "t (bwt. tow of the/ hluseenilets. : '. iii ,Iw luniuilur! II\"I' einalueiponsoad llIIt pussup htess. 1Wn1W' hi thusu9y'
society.vVORV. on There h $3,193.32\ ftl"ln "y Anwtlean Rest (muse and Merlin ( tftiniy' Sotaw4 Miwrd. (Ihtn (httv lowp'ss, Un"lulu' *,

f.1 safely I In .the. Slnunlng, Pool As. .. .., I AMtwil' born ,)w My, IYII I "" ,
I shopping a pleasure! ,or other independent! : nun, .NAR. Sixlatlon: hank account' and a po M .., (Is 'tls"i lWW' "hi IWf 'W 'Ilia .lye
HIM; rather than a chore may not be I GUS tnx.trv: In (act.: Kindred will can be conurwled: f for $7.(KM): t.le iinislui0 i
WHERE TODAY? I I not the regulnlion Olympic pot, I iI t. "yauklut. hy ttslilwt'lainty .
the only key to success in the I readily till you that lively competition
OIJ soldiers never die, but their : supermarket field!, but it has hi lived I is the life-blood of all busl- whkh ousts S aO.OO() and was Nice Federal Funds "Ileuskuf" 11111"h./\ .,,,) Mauwl. ..
uniforms, apparently fade Henry Kindred over the horr,1I'| but ont of a smaller, will 111\1\1.' "auiwlyd' n I.. f
away years 1
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'n, Iwitai' Uv haute .11"'h.' .
II connection: with the historical ". realistio slit and price, which I o
Since he opened a grocery on will acctnnmoJatt/ forty-five to h. Hit lusnlh' Aml'ft.h"1"h". !
skits to be staged Saturday evening East Ocean Boulevard in 1 194* until ".. ,,lKui, lnfofvd' "hvvil .
fifty prrsons without their" uVveloping M r 'InwgM'
of Stuarts fiftieth
anniversary; as part show Mrs. Anita Derek now merchandise, public relation have t been and quality thecenl" Summer ProgramSets the physical: or menial attributes Alternate Inlet Plan t M II a WWllnnlMS Itf hi4nlttenulaNlelhtn '
of the sardintIII l\wtgwny' th'shliNNIS
director wanted to borrow two '
of his interest, and it has
.hlltIII She" .111
iii sslsuwd ,
about five sine
World War I uniforms. The best years now
off of the best inde-
paid one
Records Vtlvrant ..
the biracial: Swimming Pail, | Awtv" Mr |
bit"she could Martin borrow was Historical"one and Society I pendent supermarkets In the na. elation: was formed! ) raise hinds ('tnnt ( 'Niinil..tim ('hulinumInmk C cluing,. lit It* total 'alI.I ail ( ''( uungru"'"'AII Knk ..iknw. ainl kerb" VmMNr I, "" "nfganbalhuisa{
loaned her County tion, and an unusual honor for for two pools, ont for whites and. ) ; A \Njth inelvud word 11,111111.11111' ids. wish a for WIII.II" I HtilUnl- hriv s 'CNI/y/ tml) iti Aus.lll"iyt 1nturwnul' Ili
recently presented one complete to uniform the Stuart. Twenty fivt instructors" and one for Nrgroes RtalU'ng'! that Wednesday naming that ,leelerel I sitars.. i,, 'lngui| dmaid., 'the Morallit [ ImMimiiltHis iiiivivt lii tile nIitspwitnnsml. Miiut PieS NIS ,ft,} slam IN All\111..1 Jl i
t. Moan of To attest to his success last tides, in eleven locations artMachmg there art many youngsters In 1 ll. funds had bean 111c"a1H l l is dig a ('I"UIIY." Wuih4 'Itmlhtcltt.1. AiiMtlvan l Itylan/ hw| Nvs I inMM +
society: and by Joseph and week kindred was named vice about t IMl) students lit DM whom lack of Nanup trUtliM chnnnri sis ,fwl. sleep and I UN feet .. y -, .. lu AU'lhlll'11"1'\ n nf
Rio a coat trousers were president! of the !09XX() >-membcr something or other' during tht fdrsl Hit Ant ) .HtvumMun./ IktAm
obtained from Ivan deprives of a visit to the wile from t the Misting pro-| I "! */** I
of Martin Taylor Animal a National Association! of Retail biggest ever summer Board/ stage river or ocean the association *11' let al the ninth of :tht Inlet. U Use Divided ProperlyOr .iiJrt| Net ('fi'1) IF N, { IWM
mainstay County Grocers of the United States e by Martin County of Highway: ,
Rescue Shelter. ly decided that the pad I In SII,- tilt lnlra...* ul Waterway marl Amlljurii "IMitU Nts. JtVIlkMl
(NARGUS), and unless lIOI'I1ethinaunUl Public i Instruction In the case. of arts colored town should' bt ball the first l, nws cam by tale' '). RlM. I UUIUJ' Ihtu l' hUl' Uf
A ual occurs he will. be its president iwbnnimg. supported by the local Iht (lewd .rwv. '
(in!. phiNit, and.! wss followed by a Ulv Be Charged Taylor (Warm \
next a Job which uaI chapter: of the American It e d /lhvhkuut) \ | vlf( litt-tMtln. H.
DYING 10 PLAY HIS PART year A number of fund-raising prof pant, signed' by U S. (ltn,.,***- II j) mIrmu \ "
ually goes to the biggest grocer in <4:toss fell wert staged and the prtwnl Paul (', Knyvr' and U MS Hnm l..fltl lttt }\1o. (1110.) At'*
Gordon Pouts, seventeen son of one of the biggest cities in these Swimming. with 372 easily lops bank balance of U.79J.n' Is the !n lois Src,..rd I HolUml) and! "Psilve (bit Jesse 1.I 'laykir plni IU'"i ..II hilt U>* shy huliia M4 )|Idle, ( lug" 11"\" |\ J Jinssli 'lUnwIi
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pots of United States I I he registration: the courses: being result. Unit however of I Ihli I George Niiiiiihurt. ."tMrt lt| weep the ptidlW hi btts.irtnttly i>( 51uu1'I AIM. ( I Inlunel.9lee' '
Sewalls Point has been chosen to Actually several keys have i I offered at the Sunrise: Inn Pool amount has. been rah.d in the last the titling 'fcJwrnl' .bur channel tauikma and csr.fulIIIMNI Where the ili hll! hl.hwity' ,U lrMs. ..uurikae(( "town' $'ssAtlef""
receive a inept award in a continuing I been used by Kindred In his IUCI i {I through the courtesy of Mr, and couplt of y.a,.. rf al the. tnltflng iht nw itivitUdhighway "ul'lfl", l l (llmry H a IWHlh hmimlImrrlu "I'l' h "'"1"fvt urn) IIIIt'
program of the Dairy I cetfcful grocery enterprise! One of I Mrs Frederick Schrock III. It "Is as I safety' mess- mouth pru. |nf il 11 ihriHiuli iht ..ltl"I: ln feel '' Iran hue varknis' sh.."|.> "Imit mul, a souih "bound '"wn'' "I'It" fleepeslnieid''''' grad ,ij'
Council of South Florida to honor the most impurtuat keys for himind Including some. duplication: as (( primary on Page 2-A) 2ix> feet whir aad ."'out1uJI. 1t.1&kw' / : _hit li ale U' Ie I in*.I Msmh AII\llIty't, ,Ifcmii iht" oar wf f (" >f 141|
achievements of school age children -' for other' independent i grocers, I n the cane. of swimming, hand deep. ami, mil for. it'I,..HJ unit "stir in Martin County Gordonwas has been the Associated: : Grocers I Iof ukmg and csmpmg and pram sailng. U Y'I.OuINS(' ( feel kNigIh Board Appoints *Mini-It, If V4Ni fill., I lie r hlllhwtl j4y. among seventy volunteer shel Florida The AGF is a cooperative I the totals at the various ale J'OLJAIII> 0' t,w, rtcclvtil Wtiln. > on UM mum l I"K'/I.I' I I'siflv, lint t Ikwl. hull. IN., AniiiMi/ Ht**
tortes and four auf members who that buys groceries and er locatumt arc: Hobe Sound. 44; Martin County Courthouse and! d snub, you tit taw. Ijepoe. lit =leelill" ...."'..Irl his
participated in a Iwenty.four.hour supplies in carload lots as chain Jensen' Beach, 23; Jensen, lleach Stuart City Hall will both N tined that the all/ rnlt I In s S ),teettne/ ) 5 New Teachers !M Mtvtl Rwrlh MI Hit inNiii "tNHimlUlllll Nellie-al, rsi-rs drlie I,, Aswpllas" .'s1
civil defense test under simulated groceries do, and then sells to Its ailing, 40: Martin County Junior on I rklay) July J, M wail M oo Kofcl| ", which; would Imilmlt I 1 lese / tlOU &//tll.... lit the |dares v."r gun' ) ,fliNifl llw fish' 'W |tae
emergency conditions As a "vie.tim" member stores. Bung a memberof a nd Senior High 121.; Parker [Ie.nenr.1' Saturday, July 4. */ a smith \jetty and a "flvt' Innihirs"' ware appiuu.J Msvk" u l fur pnrler! I 11I1111 I lull'' Wuwnen's. a tub uSher1i' IUlilul
of disaster Gordon played the association! has helped Kindred I 197: Port Salerno. ]*; Post offices, bank and whet send) trans/er. 1t.11lOW. bt marshy til piMllktn at /Wiiml{ Jimtiifrtwviing Ilightktaad hI/II' I Ile, nut .Irsvsl umih' .In lit. 1",ilfi. d I Juh, grad DM. ,it,1 iiis. Mush
fin part so realisticUly he even meet the price competition. I Log Cabin, band. 71.: Warfield. places of buslnvM/ throtirfwxil Man paid for .ml ", aHllaln'J by federal. awl. W.ritll.1 ISLINUul"" .t e h,,nh btwiuJ. lea bi ,UK phew|'l fooled the medics. Simulated blood of chain store groceries. J 15; Carver (Uardens! 2J: Punbar M County generally will bt ckMrd fund.., ("rlgln.llr) the alitinatt of the Martin' CmiiUyIthiHll wisp,. yell MA inns. a flglil "I HM /M f i bit |l Mo"f <", I lid 'rmui| nf, "''Willi l|
streaming from his mouth and Not ; pro(,"' tiiilod fa an tipomlilurt .. I'uiinlii*,* 4'iMn, > n/ gnus Hiu.i|',
that Kindred or NARGUS 10 and Stuart Training School: Saturday only according to our Would. HI Msiwluy|T, the siiuih "binuiid, ("HIM thin ass |
bead. his clothing disheveled, be I. out to "do iI," chain groceriesA :'M' 'beet Information. of II\A.'JlJI' > by Iht f.cJcrrllt f guwn-, WI'I'' rtMill. In g tuned..n xilllskwifhl nf, Merest, Ih" Junliir. w..tt..t. ..
daggered In. writhing in pain, and mint| and )U mil< by Martin Cuun) Appointed Ml ware uuile. ( lull Mr ,Iht rhMl rd* l I'>*t+ fcifwHl. I
--- ------ ------- -- ---- l r-"LJ l I. rsrull, N.llw f Iran.M4y |III a Mfbiu Unlit
it was' not until the director himself ly ,. 'HUM c |lit |je i"f Itiniirii NNndq&& ,| "i t
migltl. tdi'
lion end l
lUIf', Hird. and Ann llr ''Mit siring
appeared to explain that the I fongrttnin' 1I".r. hall I told will ..ny hi "'* '.mules lulus'Mil. ., l m/\h* .,,>' if (ItNI ,
aid kits were put away and the ,. Is" still lee. PI'IIIIIU&l et IIIII'I sshawd tilt.| pMlxniiy\ )pun fit Iterlln.
School Board Members Sued iWscha: that ht winking on filiK-niimiiil Mlpado players ('Ihrnit''
emergency hook that be phone let them put know back be on the gelling the trmnnul' through iJt* wee Nedp Nem.y' ..uikan, M,were(hilard.'..."...,J from pin nuns M,safensuit* will/ bt |IM.. ..MIpu4, rjtl's' g'"f ysd, .Ilse. Imam' ,
was cl.artd, nf, i thuS> keyuiiilmwen flub,
rah ('aprAgiwr" 1,1., Jiniltmrni" end ,Mures' pull. if the, J...P..,Mrtwfil XI' ilwfKiMt | | Wuruteh't(
acting Ihtultitrute rSmn'y,
"While we .have a4 neaclWJ alt il'. W, Martin I "
For Classroom Fees ) _. WII i la I aiuin, in g.i. ; (V shad'stun PffH"williid" ll the sly |1)ie&umn)l | l HI' will IM l.uI"hylw j.

Moving lung the. Inlet. completely! ttn- .,H." Iht A hoard Ittvt. ii rigiwnt|./w1t"1,/ we.J Iferert veot.4, > by I (Jute mill.,,*l"' 'h1N.r1'' .idltlir. I hjd 'lathe'' Nalee... henel. .IjHiiM'.... ffslnlrtg. jihad,. ',

Tale: TwistingBy said Waina! WulMMhiy<< 1Mto'' .. ..... n.J) will. /liilu.lt! ''t .i!ltf. guard:|'J
toe County ( onimitslun" t it I Ih.1'f'1 -- Agar..I0 1 "uti )1
I suit alleging the nbe&rlfaded I but Smith subcontracted Iht Job tractors were pall prior"" U* thtreleaM I at the latest l news. II will eel 'It' Ausiilefy. 4il4.. wit,..
JACK JAMES the' Martin County 110 Watkins., failed la ,pay the moving .I of Smitbi. p.,rorrrwflt fi/wMy mine that there well| be Housekeeping Spree Marks ,fkwb. .urul' eersr".. .
ruse: rinse COWBOT lo pay $775 in school claw. costs, and failed w gtt a contract I bon I lhvlwm,. J V will .i 1kt,4tIJ) .y
room moving fees was filed Friday release.Baird Al the hard mating Monday
Seems we. have a Boy Wonder in Marlin Circuit Court with I members and their bonding SuptfinkimJeot TbiNiMi Crock : Hcrcgia'tr' Bout Meeting of School BoardIng ... I(. 'HlII")1f\-U--1 '1 Pad' .At
who is receiving more popularity Governor Farm Bryant and E. L companies named to the suit aid thAI h. fad irked SnitkU
in the Red Country than it does Watkins as plaintiffs. are Henry O. Kindred Fatally' all the work *.. dune. by him Before July J5th 1413,91. Lad' Weed g We41ka. '
at home. Now that's not very Watkins charges in his suit that and. Deposit Company" of Maryland end if everything WM paid Smith I IbaW'II'1 rA eena,. bet ,bsusiwp, I 1.4f.' "ml' reel' ieel.J. .. .' fee
ethical, t b 1 117 be. as a subcontractor was oo4<< ; Frank De4tefano. Oltns Mid "'Yer lo bplk. If-10M. DIM lath Mir, but if you i hug M the MMIMI County f ikhudtest. I 'Mss t.l UW. genre bu ", dhues
After afl. tht p laid by general contractor R. Falls IiMuranot Company: and 1 t sad; rrptrgol. nrtfM" parr "pleasue. j .. wr purthtfMtJ bwumy 1 .I. svt.i nKupKus, fur .el1240.

fellow may learn Vance Smith for moving two poet* Henry W. C/mows. MIL .Jcanetu I I lulu each nwmlwr of UM bourdl beret prufwHwl by nuu.litc. .f id I: .1."uI ( "Beard t>f PmtsImirwotw i ,. i f1t.lly II 1If. :11:11w.
what they want )Ve classrooms at Port Salerno Odom and Mrs. T B. Chambers, I l bonded for Ohm tttMTM. of Unit '"",. than I to helfW", ,,,f* lately' < .l a VMNMIftfIht Muesuisy r I 14Nrr tl"'*l I) him to do neat School and thai no board stem'her Hartford Accident: and JUsdtnuuty UIM hemwhrogs/! and tf lk ( ,, y.ud .Niter bop to MW I 'I/ .Kent sided hewn Ire toes pw irtnMHf. 'limn iM Soupy :
with the hot potato signed a contract release Company boodles. comfMaie. paid Ih* 1775 .d.>Mp..l.ruly I i* the ii.u it Mini) Many either/ bale. f.MMiflItf I kfviM Custer: I 1If' Pines wull. fur. .. ii.1ws .,. eah. fI4a
he left in At a meeting of UW board Monday ring iht suit lit behalf ., th* plot DM umulai4 I....,... tt ti. .by which: pit should" "hews .hud. Anew M ghul.i.Jlargest I7MKH; 'J|.h.. INMI..HI..I bt .
Florida. MISSISSippi I' M.M poh...*NJ. 1.11 it .limp t Nvn the board instructed its attorney. governor and Watkins was attorney likely that the bonding tompurww. r gi/int the old ant .baalag sMglt ( ,: ; I fAwp'G
I Illinois hard .. used u.*..It dap.rMunulhm .
Michael O Lmmtn, to answer Ehon Schwane. The governor wouldski an effort to cutkctDM lllpee4 011 Twahsr. I by the w a ,flee. '
a aid elsewhere sansmembenoa behalf of aboard is named plaintiff tine bond M I kM from the hnttvUwwl am- ,ibM .vtr. sn far tar TIC Ct4lM-, frets Huftri* 7f.u* of l'o r i buMd also purthae.J "". '
Of course to tell the truth yon the aches board members (O200Qo bin. tat Alvin' N, Andy) Aisdr V. k. Para. fur II'.IV>. The l/aofc' typ.w/Marl. sad. Wit 1leeee&. '" r-U." air" I :jG.\

only hart to travel as far as your Watkins charges that according ) each are on bit. behalf I When MM tf &J rAuorner lit,.,. psriMM. to Mf..J, y M 1WM'1.1' wH have. t fww |442. Mwr if, : lit, ......_ fug I loud d It'd14y6)lbm iii' fl": : 1 I'
Holy Bible to fed tile answer: toay 10 the contract between the school I Th suit allege KM that bowl Utuna told UKfe buaic ''I'' .have .M pay m,.y -.elft atom lb. .due MhnuT* .... ".*/ .,ftIf/ I: board fftWMHf twit(, .MlnNirJ "> ''I, : ( \It, t t"ft
. problem. (Left ai to board I would .r on the Raw bstirPell I Ml for t go and SAUDI, the csxm )job faded to carry out poMte trust by b* up lode coed to 4* nurmal' isle s Church SuaIq,) was dune by South tat JU22JO, But checking to SM j M all sutxuia-' I (Coaaaiw4 ea ,.",. J-AI I sat ywuhwd hut's sir.eMl At bill. ism i4i. ... ,.... ",,1' ,
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2-A THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS I : ad Enrichment

Thursday, July 2, 1964Charlie I ,.. .. .
#' Is Now
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,1,". Junior high or senior around to reregistering.Unfprtufcttely .

fd :' "j :,.. ;; \... students, interested in Andrew, i-\;
Pool Site '
SoughtIn : r ; Mg In an enrichment who ha
I it v.'' ,'i the only one a say I'' ,th.u
Ji\\< '," 'if" fI ,: >; .. t tIJIi % be taught from : to : : matter. The Division' of Sjlii! \ '
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I asked to enroll t
Little Dixie '1, -W: let Fisheries of Florida Boar:
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you'dlike ), eTTfj I Senior High at an .. l : Conservation, and Mirtin f 'T'

) Courses in readHtg I Sheriff Department, ent, '
(Continuod from Page I I-A) en'.itive writing scene after duty 15 l.> i,' -

high school science, date they are unlikely to do
tire that Williams and a few oth : matics wilt be offered I caution you. but after ix:>,,r,tthlf' ,
en ash* making a determined el. rfin
I credit< basu I date you will probably hbu: n !
fort to a constructed m jj
get pool ; :
to knowThe the near future Since the Stuart : I Any person needing I the cent of a fine to the COM 01
subject, may look registration
built a low
Dairy Council of rental development orv !the formct : :r" I' logs of the summer
South Florida h proudto colored ball park, the drainage i reporting to the. (! BOX: : OFFICE OPF."IS----
present Certificate of hole! hal become the popular, but "" ."41". .all 2874347CIRCUIT 7:00FFATtJR&

Merit Awards to this unuafo and unsanitary, "old\ swirn '.,. I ...
ming hole" for the small fry of I totJR1'' TIME:

deserving young people the neighborhood. (Cbaan+7)Virginia ) 7:45

..for outstanding Determined to have these condition Topping

activlHH and exemplary Improved, Williams' group k'\ ?< I M, Topping divorce; cMd Sunday

leadership honoring both will approach City Commission at : Lr'T. Sholts.
and iu next regular meeting with a request I Mildred S Prophet ...
family community. for the City to sell the aslociation Harcourt Prophet DEAN

enough land surroundng Houlc MARTIN
the present swimming hole to Southern Title '

permit the construction of t $7 I pany v*. Jimmie King! URSULA .
000 pool. They hope that the cost my King and Elmeita
will be nominal. wife, and Howard ANDRESSI ,

The association will then ge I (wife) if married

the work done, engaging t con- parties with claims; ; TEXAS
tractor to install the actual poof. Johnson and Heller. I I
but relying on volunteer labor for Lena A. Rowe vt. '

the addition of dressing rooms, I Rowe, divorce;
showers And basic landscaping. I dol h. |
SCOrrFEASTER Anything forthcoming to augment In Re Application I RIBBON WINNFR-

the 11.793.51 will, natural. ,,. Hamilton Turner to
l Iy), be welcome, and if there M any -- ,- free dealer; Harry T.

A Martin County High Tganfcatlon which hue, in the I CINDERELLA AND THE PRINCES Prince Tim Fuller fm the magic/ slipper on Cinderella Barbara First Federal
past, raised fund for the pool but Association of Martin
School Senior, Mr. Kanarck foot<< during rehearsal' of the Riptide Players' presentation ot the wcll-foved fairy tale A
not yet turned it over to the ainoCiaUon'i Alvin F. Rose and
Feaster hat attracted scheduled for Thursday and Friday 2 and 3, Curtain time is 7'30. {
1 attention and praise aa account, it it asked to do I evenings July Rose his wife :
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logical diggings onHutchinsoa only I small loan will be necessary MORE ABOUT have been there for many years, I MORE ABOUTCity's In Re: Change
I bland+ His t to get the pool constructed.' which speak highly for their competency Michael Jester; T. C. -- ---- --- --

finding were \ Once the poof Is In existence, I Kindred Puts I 50th Year Robert E. Carroll
entV impressive tuftId.I to I I schedule will be worked out whereby Says Kindred: "We try to share ; Carroll divorce; T. C. -MATINEES-
warrant first prize I all age groups, will have a chanceto fortune and with I
a ) our good success
I ID t the geology division use the pool with a maximum Stuart On MapContinued our employes. We do this in 10m.meaun 4th CelebrationContinued United State Mortice"v FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND

{j at the area SdenceFair of convenience, on nominal fee with our bonus system." .J a record total of SUNDAY 1:15:
basil, the income being used to ,
at Indian River ter's and doctor' I
Jr. College, and mb- maintenance pay off any loan and to cover ( from Page I-A) I key"Staying to success modern"for could Kindred.also At he ( from Page 1-A) 1962-63 academic year.be I TODAY- '

11 mission t Ie the Florida Some donation Costs. new, and he would be the last the annual NARGUS convention the Civil Air Patrol's colors marching -1

!State Museum to be 13,20648 deficit/ ; a to nominal reduce sale the person to want this competitionended. staying modern I is emphasized unit and vehicle, and Include introduced I .W
permanently displayed by
strongly each year, and Kindred I| Stuart Recreation Department'sJunior
the of
by Stuart
City volunteer I
at W.6111dt Museum. ; sion Chairman Frank
has followed it to the letter. In Queen floats from Boy
labor: that doesn't too much Another key that: << to Kindred ; S
",... _... appear From 7:45 to 8:30
'.' I to hope for.Donations. fa a very Important one, has been fact, most of his history has been Scout Troop No. 171, Kobe Sound will be
: by the way, should quality merchandise. one of change and growing, and and Palm City Civic Organization, works will community start soon :

be mailed to: Swlmmlnt Pool Association "In every way we strive to give modernization."We and a co-operative entry .from p.m. Boy Scout will '
I c/o Felix Williams P. quality. We know that I quality always try to modernize. Stuart Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and sound retreat! i
I 0. Box 691, StuartSwitzerland busy is t less expensive buy in We're going to enlarge again before Troop No 409, and Air Explorer At Indiantown I >tlbMlOaRtaaa

A .the long run." he declared. very long. A larger store means Squadron No. 444; Sea Explorer display will be held at I I
can moblli/e I Its As one walk along the aisles of a better choice of groceries, resulting Ship No. 405, and Stuart Fire Department Lives

trained armed forces: in groceries and household' Item at In more convenience for Bewitched
two hours. seventy. Kindred' Supermarket on Cola the housewife," he said. Division V will consist of all

J rado Avenue, this becomes appar He pointed out that the store mounted entries and horsedrawn HAVE Call

JOHNMEEKS ent. Most of the products bear has the latest in equipment including vehicles.An .

and Dollies well-known names and are fresh I electronic scales thai tI escort of state, county and I I
and attractively displayed. I weigh" to the ten-thousandths ol f fan city patrol cars will bring up the
Kindred also! notes that service ounce. rear of the parade.All AFLOAT Lacs a
A aenbr at V n'> ORIGINALRESTAURANT and friendliness are both key to We asked Kindred to trace his floats must enter the line. I
Beach High Sdwol, successful business, be it groceriesor life briefly. He was born in Fort up by way of Flagier Avenue (at
John Meek I Ii lids repair work.
Pierce, but came to Stuart at avery Superior Meats) and Stypmann.
years fcdpient of the 1 "We have always tried to give early age. His father was a The parade will move off at 10 4th of
annual Palm Be** the best service .
possible and with well-known merchant in Kindred'i a,m. sharp, and will travel by East
Pert Tlmei Unsung is much friendliness
as possible. early youth, and still 'much: Ocean Boulevard, Flaglcr Avenue.
Ban to
Award Foot- 2nd.
and Akron We also try to keep the communlJty
\ .lime at the store_ Si Lucie Avenue, Osceola; Street
baU. He1 the .bOre WITHStuart
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in mind. A store i i. no better 'and Georgia Avenue back to the II
\ backfield rwpooalble 287-1615 than the! people who patronize it. Kindred attended Stuart schools Assembly area, where it will dis I
for the ncoce.a i I believe we have the loyalty of and St. Leo College Preparatory? "' Wednesday
of key play Though this and in School at St. Leo. He began his perse.At ". :
I ; community we turn 11:15: t.m., M. Ronny Nelson I, '.
bt never carried the "Food That! try to do a* much at possible for merchandising career with a chain president of Stuart Chamber ,: -: : ,.
boo for touchdown ( "
a grocery '
community. We take plenty Commerce, will I '
be tat many of them Imitated But NeverDuplicated" Out and we try to put plenty back,* After five years Army service, of parade: winners at present Stuart trophiesto Youth ( wau
tV by bla fine play. he said he returned to Stuart and openeda
Center, after which City Commissioner I f NORMAN VINCENT PEALS
: Kindred personally store in 1948. In I960, he movedto
puts a great Jack Hartman will preside
the location. In 1957,
deal hack into Ilea present
community Stuart' Fiftieth
The Following Special win be through his work a* chairman of the store won the food specialty over ceremonies at which State Anniversary Representative I :

I served every Bight of every week the Martin County Board of Public display at the NAROUS convene William E. Owens will .' I '
from 5 p..... to 9 p.... Instruction a tedious and time- tion. In; 1958, NARGUS voted speak. -' FORGET
him a director and he has been amember
consuming task
All and and AT
present past city I
Another of the MARCUS board MOVIE PARTY
key that has
We do not sty we will feed helped unlock ever since. county commissioners are invited
Kindred's door of success to be platform for these!
and guests
friend for
you your one Kindred's first
has Comparing store
been his employes. Several 7th 9:30 a.m.
price We WILL five.. you fine I with his present supermarket is interesting ceremonies. : .
.. Free Ice-cold watermelon will\
quality food, amp!. portion, He started with four employes. of NEISNER'S
be distributed at the end of the
DIANAYOUNG properly cooked end served Today he has thirty-seven ceremonies.. and Marine i
and He began with 2,000 square feel
reaMHubly priced. substantial
I I of floor IIpIIc,. Today he has II.OOO ,- Those needing t more
lunch attend the barbecueat
A president of the () ) square feet. He started with may 420 S. FEDERAL h I II
the Elks off
Lodge/! grounds I
4-R County Council f 5.000 items and now hat 12,000
Mb : items State Road 76 starting at noon. AT 7.2166 : -
Young, a sailor will
At I be two-
at Den McCarty High I I ROAST PORK AND 4at" : How has the grocery business minute bell-ringing, in co-opera- "Smlct Supreme ;i \1.
School, atmort stogie- changed over the yean, and what
DRESSING lion with the nation-wide "Let
Smart Tackle Hid :
handedly held' the changes are most apparent? I
I I Sweet Potatoes; "I think Freedom Ring" project.
count/wide 4-B program $I8SI probably the biggest ,
A baseball double-header be.
together while Apple Save.TUESDAYS. >._... change' to in the number of items
American of
tween teams
nwittSm! the arrival otHW TtRf ANd now available," Kindred opined.
Stuart and Satellite Beach will start
a Home DemoD* EXTENDED "I would also like to say there is
I I at Sailfish Park at 1
stratler AI/IfA.llwrgWI : COVIMGI considerably less profit in the p.m.
An musical

; original patriotic revue
Ad rend of acth grocery business these days. The
Bat, attt ate fcwi V4 }fOMEDWNER3MUtT1PERR 'profit becomes I will be staged at the Youth
I CHICKEN FRICASSFE, spread narrower .
: Center at 7 p m with no admin.skin
tarn le fed ftiatrfewide
s plan av Battered and narrower. Labor continues to
I ,aMJ.w I charge, and fireworks will
4-H Ctan .I. be
biggest It
our single
PoUnalM expense start from in the St. Lucie
a barge '
.J .1 HUe thug < River off the Youth Center to end
vohatoer the
: I Another big change: I think the
a* Ft. "..,. ..... housewife is getting a better buy the day officially in Stuart
..w fa41, WEDNESDAYS I The revue by children from four
: food !these day than she did .
I to eighteen year of age win include

Jon. %wo*.i yotvilbonorhBaWft I POTTED WESTERN: AVIATIQN'I years After ago an these years and all his pageants quotations original -
I and dances. Audience
STEAK poetry songs
success In the world of merchan.
people. PM Crary ............ $195THURSDAYS dicing Kindred still come to the participation M urged in the
11'0 I many patriotic songs. An added
cod *...dredsBboto &* *. JjPfm. store at an early hour and man I feature M I humorous skit commemorating -
a broom. He in usually tint to ar
j ........ say fete : CASUAITtif} <-?>* rive.It I the founding of Stu BUYING A HOUSE

........CIII'fIIIIIIIIJ\ Is refreshing In this an of"hurryup" art.Jon Langberg will do a solo
far ff ROAST TOM TURKEY, w 5l' 5 that Kindred still ad.
dance, and some of the children. Ask aboutour
1M here of
and SUMTT i'BONOS to the golden rule "do
-- aabtfine $185 "' >, unto others would have Including Patty Turner, Andy Der-
Tlffr > a* you
....._. ek. Bobby Turner, Sandy Britton, low-cost
% iV- ? them do unto you, and preaches
ft caf6 MI*> .. *.- --*wClitZjBILL honesty and integrity to all who Paul' Kanarek. Priscilla Taibl. Larry -Ii ;to;
Rhodes I'I Mortgage
,will stop long enough to listen. i Ricky Rhode, and

\.. it FRIDAYS: BERRY AGENCY "t always from try the,"Christian he gil!. "to standpoint operate I I chorus Featured will in sing other. parts will. be. Financing plan.

I CRISP FRIED WHOLE 620 COLORADO AVENUE with honest and Laurie Foster. Swan Zorn. Mike
Gods Barbara Ken ,
Langhcrg Kanarek.
PAN Fish For u< here at the store I
TELEPHONE 2H7-0966 Tatje, Greg Kilbourne, Edwin A. .
our day of our lives. %
partner every
"ALL YOU CAN EAT" Roltison Jr. Karen Zorn Bruce o

V" Tatje Debbie Zorn and Johnny .e rr\ ;.
Grits or Potato*, Fates .

IIuA Puppfct. "...... $175SATURDAYS FRANCES LANGfUI< 'S Mrs. Marvin Keller will accompany "

the group on the piano.. Barbara "
Bnttod will do the narrating..
Other adults backing the children OMMUNITYEOERAL
: OU-rRIGGER up Include Mr Frank Derek Mr*.

"STEXR Nor ESTAUIt4NT George Taibl and Pol"". Mort
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"' SMALL JENSEN BEACH ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT Activities scheduled for Jensen

.. T-VONE .,.... ....... $175 Beach Include 'soap box race at
LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS Sandra and Skyline Drive from Ito IAVINGS

d lryc..llell\ CLUB STEAK ......... $2.73 2:30: Jansen There wilt be I drill cad LOAN ASSOCIATION
DINNERS ONLYOPEN by the Beach Fire Depart-
\ SIRLOIN STEAK .... J3JS merit from 3 to 3:30: pm. at the RKkn Beat*. Florida
+ AT S P.M. FOR COCKTAILS Jensen Beach Causeway, followed

..... DINNERS, Drily Semi Day a Week-4 to 10 ,... by pram races from 3 to S p.m. THE JUPITEft OFFICE *
Math Atr.nseeo
jsglW.WSTM.rr GARLIC BREAD after 4 p.m. "

JMI I n.A. COFFEE OR TEA. "Where the Stars J1i tl" A patriotic Pf'OIrIl1IwiD be held fa J Snow. Mgr.f ..
In the evening at 7 with Owen
again the principal speaker He win I | IOVICM NQ9.I G.W ..KM..

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STUART (Tla) NTWS Thursday July 2. 1964 Local Women Collar I I than Ohio India mines and produce Pakistan more com coal

4 Field Day Prizes Further Improvements Shaping Up bored

Jupiter Diving DolphinsWin Pour of the eleven Stuart women Sevenry-etfht\ per cent of teaenen -
I in the field of nxty.MK won in the United State are mar
EventJupiter prlMs at the Upper East Coast' rred
Spear Fishing
Women Golf Association field For Housing Program Says Krieger
day at Vero Beach Friday 1 SAFTIAIDSLAJUKSMIIHS .1
Diving Dolphins' first I Baynet' trophies were for the They were: Connie Gladden ._ .
team carried off the spearfWyng largest barracuda, twenty-four and low net, field; Fran Wilson, low ; '
championship in the elimination one-half pounds, and I largest I Sixty of Stuart Housing Authority
fourth Krueger
flight -
finals held at Jupiter on Sunday. \ shp,h ad, five and one-half putt, low net third flight; ; and Jane 's low-rental units have been -KEYS MADE-
The coring for the meet was: pound. O'Kelly, closest to the pin on the '
Diving Dolphin, No. I team, The Dolphina, No. 2 team mem- 18th hole. Wd Will Be Closed
.54475 points; St. Petersburg Un- hers are Bob Scheffer Ronnie Other Stuart players taking part from
derwater Society, No. I team, Schlusemeyer, A. B. Thomas and were: Jessie Highce, Marian Kel- &
87.25: Diving Dolphins, No 2 Zeke Kindt observer leher, Isabetle McPherson, Ruth July 4th to 19thIN
team, 4425.; Orlando Otters 26; Underwater Society of America Rhoadcs, Bea Taft Jeri fete
Venice Grouper Snooper, 1621; were awarded to the three and l.ouctte Woodrum. EMERGENCY CALL
Neptune Angels (Jacksonville) 2.75; top loams of the year: Diving Dolphins I Gen and Cliff Luce won Fri. JUPITER 746.7846
Tampa Tridents, 2 5 .63 I twilight golf over the
No. 1 team 255 pointsDolphins ; day evening's
The Diving Dolphins, No. 1 No. 2 team 127.861 Martin County Golf and Country : : i : h
team, Craig Swavely. West Palm I points; St. Peter Underwater No Club course: with Fran Wilson and tE,
Beach; Bob Rowe, North Palm I I team, 115.78 points The womenof Charles Zihlman second., and Jane : I Now at BAILEY'S
Beach and Paul V. Baynes, Jupiter the Orlando Otters were top O'Kelly and Paul Thomas, third THE NEWEST OF
carried off the individual tro with 200 points A buffet supper was served in the i +
phies, also Swavely won with the Jupiter Diving Dolphins will clubhouse: following the play NEW BOATS
largest fish a thirty-eight-pound represent. Florida at the Under k
jack and the largest snapper twen- water Society of America spear- ACE LEADS SLOWSIn The "Imperial""V
ty-five pounds, twelve ounces. fishing championships at Plymouth, Martin County Slow Pilch Bottom Lapstrake Hull
Softball League games during the Full Double Bottom
past week, Jensen Reach Pros + -ALSO-
WHITICAR swamped Jaycee, 33.3, Friday
and Bandy beat Khvams, 9.5. t I The "A rislo/ Craft"
On Monday, Bandy beat GA,
92 The loss cost GA second < IltRD TOP
Went Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port Sewall place Ace, Idle I last week, still r #' Both Boot Available In Inboard,
MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS leads the loop, with Randy second: I i is Outboard and Inboard-Outboard
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kraal. Rout No. 1. Stuart Florida Dial Atlantic 7.2466 Mass? on Aug 9. The national l LOOK AT OUR
BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE champions compete with Spain,,I ,
France and Portugal later in the I s "WEST BEND"
Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc., Taxidermist ':
in the Mediterranean
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FAMOUS i ; i ; BYStuart


All-Weather with 9 5 a'l'i : Tackle

TUFSYHGoodyear'i : :::: ;: : :: ) I and Marine Inc.
*6014 Harold Clark cele ,
.tra-mll.ag_ t. black tubeletaplui ty night m the re
: rubber, the toughest over Ut shown m the back 420 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
wed In Goodyear tlree and old lire I IT ,im E Miller, Re AT 7-2166 STUART
their forty-ninth anni
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IPLETE Greens Fee

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Holes .... _.._...._..._..._........... $500
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MEMBERSHIP ._ ...... 80.00' .
INSTANT CREDIT : MEMBERSHIP ....__ 100.00 .. .. t
for holders of charge plated MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
and national credit cards I HARTIG PIIONE
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I- V11RVIM MRMttRf4tINktiPf 1I ,..iQ1 !d'Iwa.. :NEt4vahsatdy '
I G1L brio 2. 1964 5-\
NEWS twl w I Births Mr. and Mrs. James -------

i < ." llutihmson a son June 24; Mr. Alis$ Mary LindsayTo
md Mrs Ira Black a datMhterlunc .
I ........--.... -I>"' '' -.J A 2*; Mr and Mrs William. WedJttmes Foster
asN }iM'r Morns. a daughter June 2S; Mr
Claudia Lee Hansen Marries and Mrs Charles Wright a KM. Mite Mary Kathrvn I Imd'.1MId ,\
+r Juno -9: Mr. and Mn. Alan hr. lawns 3 Foster will be mar
,. i II, a v>n. June 29; Mr. and !Mrs. riM in eertnwOtes TkundaJu
Robert Laurence Rice June 27 An,li:w Smith a son. June It I at 11;3fl a m.. In the HuhnSound
)nu 21-Admitted. Jacqueline Presbyterian Church. Ro
AI \fihieder' Myrtal Hartman RusII Francis Dtcknon officiating Miss,
Claudia Lee Hansen' and Robert rosebuds!, interspersed with pale ,. r r I'll Van ."",ten and Jantes iont\: I
'te : Ufldtny w the deWftiter of dor-
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Laurence Rice were married in pink carnation, and white satin i r J swhargMl. Fred Ray, Piggy
ceremonies on Saturday, June 27 ; streamer tied with tiny roses. Brown Lovs Frmk: Russell, Van linn 'locfcsfoWtf, Knieger TsLiti-. .
at 2 p.m. at St Joseph Catholic I Mm Carol Powers of Coral 1 1"h' i MMww'.tv lli Churctt The Rev. Jan Januszewski Gardens was maid of honor. She I IsF:4 end batty hojr Ben L. Stephens. l li,>Wtkr,
officiated at the double ring ceremony I wore a drew of royal blue satin a ry Aa June 24--Admitted. John' H. Ohio
with net, scoop neckline and gathered About Bror Carlrwrg I had: Rlaek, ----- -- -. -
Parent' of the couple are Mr overskirt, matching shoes anda "l t'a+" r I : Jam: llulchmmm and Thurley MilIt -
and Mrt. Claude N. Hansen of large lace bow of royal blue with 'r: dmclMiraad, Edith Tresuler.Juntos ,
North Carolina Drive, and Mr face veil. Her bouquet was anosegay rt 4a issues Albert C' pen' Thomas Salon
and Mr*. Raymond F. Rice of of white feathered carnations : u O'iinlro H.rokll'l1mrICJn and
North Federal Highway centered in a border of tint. I Virjjimu Utlev
The altar was decorated with ed blue carnations.., and white j a .rs s June 2* Admitted. Mrs. Ira
palms And bouquets of white chr>J- streamers tied with blue flowers Black and !baby ,lfl. (Wily Rol!
The au (N r 1 }t9 .fM tins Fthel Klckliter Charles Green
anthemums. organist t Mrs Mess Ruth Ann Rice, sister of
Eugene Grimm, played traditional I the bridegroom, and Mrs. Richard vtnK t 1 o r and Irene Cot; Oithirged.. JAqnjino .- ofBeauty
wedding music. Baker attended as bridesmaids. : Mihlcdcr, Ivn' Andrews
Given in marriage by her father -I They were gowned alike in heavenly : N '(Iw Hror C arlhcrg.I1 LiHile C luueti' John
the bride wore a gown of white blue nylon over taffeta nude PS, 1! ;I a I, ( :rlm; and Frank OnrnisI i
bridal ,tin of ballerina length, with fitted bodice, scoop: necklineand I lime 3d -Admitted, (leorge! A. :
made with scoop neckline and modified bell-shaped ballerina length \\"+ikeflckl" Kenneth Martin; Surah .
bell shaped skirt, with over. skirts. Their 1:11were large lace l a ,q x Sripp and tk-ncvievc Purhalldivthnrved. : raorissioMAt :
skirt of white satin. The jacketof bows with circular veil in matching 1a'5 s'd irktI I. Alfred Patrick and
lace waS buttoned in back with shade The accessories were I 1 v' Iwo ti t r ru i !Lc,MS Unilcv: I BEAUTY CARE I :
satin covered buttons, and the white and they carried nosegays of .t 1 s rb 'skvieq'i lune 21-:Admitted. )Una \\bullion .
sleeves were long and tapered. The I blue tinted and white feathered /Bernice Morris and Hannah ..
two-tiered bouffant illusion veil carnations outlined in blue satin d o Ta lor: discharged Allen Pitch-: .
was held by a tiara of irndcscent with blue satin streamers tied with for.I. Fred Sanders Sara Supp.! 11 :
beads She carried a bouquet of white flowers. The brides attend- + 9I + I Doris Slmimms, M'rlill l Murtmnn.
white feathered carnations, and ants wore necklaces fashioned in M sr Ga. I +ohn Petk-rvin and Mrs James VIRCIiI.KISNE:'\ Owner :'
----- .... llukhmson" and
baby hoy Operators S
a gold rose her gift to them.
Serving as best man was Rich- I rot"t 4s FNGAGFD-Mr; and Mrs Thomas P Willis Port Pierce, announce lune 28-Admitted, William FRANCIS RIDDISU ;
HAVE A ard H. Rice brother of the bride w + the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Kuni/' Grate Ihuytr Ole Mae I Ntnn: CRIS\\HL:: '
( and Ruth Pooler
groom. Ushers were Richard Baker Ann Marie, to 1'redemk W lloiik, son of Judge and Mrs T (\I'-y : iliv.
charged Ruth Md'urliind and Ilan.nab
and Raymond Rice Jr. brotherof Boulevard. will be cclihrnledSuturiUy
C llouk, St. Lucie The wedding 'l
FUNFILLED4th the bridegroom.For Aug 8, with a Nuptial Mas at St. Anastasia Church. June Taylor.24.-Admitted\ Arlkur Now. Featuring/ -
her daughter' wedding, Mrs. *
Hansen chose a beige sheath dress Fort Pierce Manchester Walter Msa"sly. Mar Pedicures
lon Adams, Dorothy Rhind Peggy *
covered with white cotton lace Relaxing/ Pacials(1)1F.D
of JULY with rounded neckline and self Ihtxnpson' Fthel Ff ps, Mr',
belt. She wore a hat of white stiffened Langford Marina Kept Busy (Chiulcs wriht and baby\ boy, Mrs.
,, .
Allen Rurrls and Mrs
baby boy
lace, made in pillbox style SVTUWDVY/ J during
urnr I with. face veil and white accessories As Chanticleer Goes to N. Y.: Andrew Mrs Charles Smith Digshy and hnhv discharged buy and' Julr. August and" September

Mrs. Rice, mother of the bride Eva Andrews, lend NVhiddon' and 304 OSCFOLA AT 7-05J4
E r lace I I IIjmgfonf Mr and Mrs Jack Welsser laki l Leo Martin.
,m"y.AA.e."A111 groom wore a mint green There was much activity a
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V I dress with sheath skirt and jacket, Marina this past week Placid; Mr. and Mrs R. J. Due .......
and a hat of layered organdy petals as the "Chanticleer." owned by ugh/ Fort I-auilcrdale; Mr and
I 0 in matching shade. Mr and Sirs. Ralph Lvinrude, Mrs. R. A. Lucas Orlando; Mrs, Buy 1st Tire at \
Nb r A T Following the ceremony the was made ready for its trip; to the Paul Brorstrom and family, Pompano .
bride's parents received 8leat World's Fair They left last Wednesday Beach; Mr and Mrs 'lane '
R 0 their home on North Carolina for New York and will J. Johnson Delray Beach; Mr and Price Listed Below
Drive. The bride's cousin, Miss return in the fall. Mrs. F. II. Fulmer Jr. loci Landerdiile .
U R Susan Raynor, Long Island, N. According to manager Perry I ; Dr. and Mrs 1. Harold
D S Y.. was in charge of the guest Kirk, there were fifteen yacht I:vcrs, Fort Lauderdale; Mr, and Buy Matching
book and several friends of the I MR. AM MRS. ROBERT: LAURELS RICK: with their owners berthed at themarina Mrs. Jay Ca hon. Miami.
E :. family presided at the_ punchbowls i this past week, twelve 01 Villa guests from out of slut
A four-tiered wedding cake Sixth Street Jn Fort Pierce. They them from Florida.Yachts Included J. Lawrence McBride,
ATStuart centered the table flanked with will go on a trip to New York in Winter Park foals and owners from Florida Pittsburgh Pa.; N. K. Dickersor PREMIUM
I I I tapers and arrangements of white August included "Jan III," Torn Ball, and Cecil Mitchurm, Monroe. N,
chrysanthemums and fern. The The bride attended school in To Visit Anchorage Fort Lauderdale; "Ouiwsrd BoundIII C, Mr and Mrs. Bernie Uimp-
Tackle bridal cake knife of sterling silver/ Long Island and Martin County. ,"' Clark H Brown Vero Beach' ; kin Henderson" ,Tex,. Mr and
\ decorated with a satin bow and Her husband was educated in Winter Park Boating Associa 'Driller II." Colonel 1 and Mrs Mrs. Robert L. Brura. Ullca i TIRE AT
lilies of the valley was sent especially Campbell. N. Y., and is employed tion. Inc., has scheduled a bout-a- John S. Blair, Vero each: ; "W lt'o Mich?; Mr. and Mrs Robert R,
, and Marine Inc. for the occasion al the in the freight office of the Honda cade to the Anchorage Yacht Club ry Wart IV.;' Gene koons, Eau I'ltcairn.Jethayk./ *. Pa.. Robert
bride's aunt Mrs. Thie4of Fast Coast Railway at Fort Pierce. with approximately! ten boats and Gallic.; "Pant; H II. Mr, and Mrs Mckenzie! and Edward (Comer 1 Lit 1/2 PRICE "
420 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY Orient Long Island N. Y fifty members participating in the (). A Hurghehnkart. Pompano; faula Ala. Mr and Mrs. R:
For her traveling outfit the event set for Friday and Saturday "Sea Legs." Mr and Mrs Lewis l-ehrer, Bli/abcth, N. J Mr., an J
AT 7-2166 STUART bride chose a two-piece suit of The I960 census showed thutkjuor July ) and 4. .(i. Warren Ir Jacksonville./ .. Floyd McBride. St. Uml v
p.nlr..lmi.it. tnJirtil4COf4af .Asa half of the women six, Members of the Anchorage "Intrigue/ James? l li.Pete, 'Mel Mi>.; Mr. and Mrs. Kilph Menl AAMAAMA n ,., A A Ae '
Stuart Tatkle and Marine" from her wedding bouquet., Following ty-five and over were widows, but Yacht Club are !,participating in bourne: "Mal-r'e-IInll'-' Gerald' GMathcson I. I thing Central Nip N. Y; Mr '"
"Service Supreme *t a short wedding trip, the only a fifth of the men in that a ten-day cruise of the Hihuma Cocoa Heacht "(us,'' : and Mrs. Paul NINnon. Bay Shore J
couple_will re'id.:2t .815 I South_._age group were widowers Island, leaving the Anchorage Mr and Mrs James }{. gurney, Long' Island N. Y.: Mr. and Mr WRITING
-------. Yacht Club on hoard the yacht Delray Heath; ."Ri, wdy." Mr and (".. Cox, Springfield, 111 36& MONTHS-30,000. .. MILES r
Suntanncr" on a cruise" duringthe Mrs. C W, Skhooley: .Palm Beach: ; MM nod 1N.M kM4 M In.IU.I. .1N.i.eMI.4 N,1 ': '
period June 29 through 'July /10 Girl" Mrs Evelyn H. Rand, ...A.1.1YN.NM.Mw
"Lazy ,. :.:A..J": .N:: M"b .:
I ,
i The Pan Amerlean
Beach "Chnr IV, highwaj) .
Palm -
-ss..Mw as re
SUMMER SALE EVENTCOMPLETE The Jim Hutchinsnns Mr and Mrs Charles E. Cooper, 'from the U. S-Mexican border t n, YAM_b. :", : .:: ;:: "If YMI Have A
fort Lauderdale, the Panama Carol is under: wayand ;;; PvKtxrt.wt Nil NT
Now Proud ParentsMr Yachts and owners from" out of I Is expected to 'be completedty : I Fir tit, Raid l gwvke
state' were Tom-Tom, Mr' and
and Mrs James Hutehm- Mrs. W. F. Tomlmson Jr., Birmingham the end of 163.
CLEARANCE SUPERB VALUES son Golden Gate, are the parentsof Ala; "Nancy B." Harold GILLETTE EXECUTIVE
a son. Kevin Austin, horn I A. I ilartman, Cornwflltlleighu
Wednesday' June 24 Hutchinson Pa., Ilikla. Jo." ),fr, and The STEELE'SWill
ia known in the jrea as an artist Mrs. W C Witter, Mb Pleasant PREMIUM
and art instructor and Mn. Mulch- S C. Be Closed
insets has contributed many volunteer Villa guests from Florida during 100% DnPiml NjliM 4 Full Ply New Narrow lw Prom.TlJlUlLESS .
hours to the work al the this period were Mr. and Mrs
BRAND NAMESand House of Refuge and the Llliott I I.. G. Dickie. Jacksonville: ; Oscar i from July 4th to WIIITKWALLS
Museum. G. CarUteJt. and Joseph M.Uw,
Jacksonville; Mr. and Size First Tire Matching Tire

I ,rr asked The by national buyers average of home of! rose"prices In frank Pemne;;Orlando Mr.' and; Francis Mr. Homer Rowe L. July 19th. I 700x14. . . 26.36. ,. . . 13.18

1V6J from $12.400 to SI.IIOO. Cross, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. P. I IN IMrROKNCY, CAIUJUPfllR I 750x128.08# ,. . . 14.04
and for renter from .16 $61 R. Little Miami Dr. and Mrs. 1.
per mooch $ to A. Smith, New; Smyrna Peach; 744.7146 fOx) () 14 ,, . . 29.41.1 . . H,71
BONUS PRICES 850x14; . '. 3UW. ,, . . 15.92

r 9(0.950d-4..3-t.83()() . 17.42

I j 600x13)() . ..' 23.16.j . . 11.58)

, A YOUR (J5Oxl3.25.13 ,. . . 12.57

CASUAL $eP\ . I (rfx() 15, . . 26.82. . . 13.41

AFTERNOON 670x15. 27J6. . . 13.68

COCKTAIL I FINANCIALINDEPEN'DENC, 710x15760x15() . . 28.94. . 14.47

. . .32.31.,16,19

a < FORMAL WEAR I ir'' f 8.820x15..34.71<<)() () . . . .17..16I

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JULY 6th through '15th 01 .9 POINT BRAKE SPECIALFORD

5 I ;, orr.". rtYMouni ML anriR: $ji. 5.0JO

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Offers fc tlnrlAi Rr M *ft Only : 'I're all r..r rfnNM rtlmfcfII $ .
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Corner Allutie A.... and ladUm River Dr. la ft. FUfetv Dl.l HO 1-3110 \ I*
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loA THE STUART (Tit) HENS 'ThonJaT. Jnly 2. 1964 ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL out that "people today are wmn- Due: Monday 'trough Friday, 9:30: .'a,':K-' .' d'. ',,"'AiIIiIIII6! "ralNalMtOBITUARIES 1 Union Cemetery. Johns Funeru l
Jensen Beach pressed! with God and seem to be 1.111.-12:30 pm. i Home was m charge of local a|.
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-- a N4"An' Y. n wQ :JII1 Rev. Norman B. Feaster will looking for a religion that wont Christian Science radio pI'OIr&ID.l rangements.MARRIAGE.

be on vacation the month of July. touch the thing they bold dear "The Bible Speaks to You" may I .a.a.vtaawas. ... as-\o.J,.."'",,", ,
I The regular Sunday services Unless' man is willing to die be beard over WSTU, Stuart,
will be conducted by the Rev for his faith it tint much of a 1450 kc, at 7:15 p.m. Mondays. : MRS. l-Airil RIDER HOWARD LICENSEAPPLICA1IONS
Duane V, Fifer, there will be no, faith." Topic for July & "You Can Mrs. Faith Rider Howard ,
weekday services. Every morning this week Pastor Rely on God in Emergences" : eighty.four. of Third Street and Johnny Earl Gunter to Clue
Sunday services: 7:30 a.m., Holy Schroeder conducts morning Second Avenue Port Salerno, died Annette Wade, both of Stuart.
Communion; 9 a.m., morning& devotions over WSTU at 745.: Mr and Mrs. G. W. Strum Sunny in River Drive Nursing Home, Jensen Richard Gale to Judith Ann En
prayer Holy Communion and Our church it open every day Acres Road, Jensen Beach, have Beach, Wednesday afternoon, both of Stuart
summer church school for meditation and prayer returned from a four-week vacation June 24, after an extended ilLneM. LeRoy Newton to Betty Je<.i
I----- -a rNis s taiwwaa new x w J one week of which they I spent She was a native of New Jersey Stoudemire, both of Stuart. f
I nR.ST'BAp'nsT with their son and daughter law, and had been a resident here Thomas Ray Coleman. Stuart,
New Rector of St. I Stuart FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strum, and for the past ten years She attended to Anna Marie Gams Port Si-
Mary'sExpected : Thursday will be church wide SCIENTIST family, of Roanoke Va. The Tom the Just Methodist Church of lento, fj
visitation day sponsored by the East Ocean Blvd., Stuart Strums are former residents of the Stuart Wayne Arnold Drott Foffl I
Hereby August 1 I Sunday school Assignments will Sunday morning service at 11 Stuart area; he was employed by Survivors include three sons, Pierce to Mary Ann Winn, Stuart
..aREV. be made at the church at 10 a.m., lesson-sermon' July 5: "God." The Stuart News. Allan R. Howard of Port Salerno ft
: 2 and 7 p.m. The Builders Union Sunday school Ham. Nursery Warren A. Howard of Ridge- Louis Fitzgerald Lynch, Late
Rev Arthur A. Smith the new In addition to King rector of i Training Union will have I visita provided. Nevada's first irrigation project wood, N. 1., and Lucius A Howard Worth, to Hazel Bessie Sumr-iO
rector of St. Mary Episcopal St Luke's, Rev Smith nerved in tion report snack at the home of Wednesday Testimonial meeting, was also the first reclamation program of Duxbury, Mass Lantana to
Church, is expected to assume his the diocese! for the Department of Mr and Mrs. D P. DcBcrry at 8 p.m. started by the Federal Government Funeral services were held in James Calloway Anthony III u
duties on Aug I. it was announcedthis Youth and the Diocesan Depart 815: p.m.Friday. Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave- completed in 1907. Brockton Mass. with burial in Jane West, Stuart i
week the church mcnt of Missions, well as --- ---------- ------ '
by vestry. III supervising evening ut 745: Mrs --
Rev. Smith and his wife, Mary the formation of four mission M L. Delanoy will be hostess! to
Hunter Smith are both natives congregations with''l1 the the Mable Boggcss Sunday school
of Anderson, S C. They have parish and being headmaster of ARTHUR A. SMITII class at her home. JughtaFRIDAY SATURDAY
three daughters They will come the parochial school At both worship services Sun- Quantity Quantity Rights
here from Fort Myers where Rev. Rev. Smith also took a full partin her of the city' recreational board; day morning, Rev Forrest H. Reserved
Smith has been rector of St Luke civic affairs in Fort Myers A president of Lee County Ministerial Watkins will speak on "This Is Reserved
Church since 1956 Mason, he was president of Lee Association; a director of the My Country." At the evening servIce MY
He holds a B.A. degree from County Tuberculosis: and Health YMCA and chaplain of the active at 7:45, his topic will be The Q NAVY
the University of Miami and a Association: chairman of Lee Army Re rve. Triumph of Determination.." Rev
B.D. from the University of the County Welfare Board: a directorof He is listed in "Who's Who in Watkins will lead a Youth Forum
South. Sewanee, Tenn. Lee Memorial pital; a mem- the South and Southwest" each Sunday evening during July Stores OpenDISCOUNT STORES, Stores Open

from 6:30: until 7:30.: All young
people of the community are invited All e
Day July Ml Day July
to take part in these discus-

lion Tuesday groups.evening at 7:30: the 4th 'til 9 p.m. I 4th 'til 9 p.m.

I Woman Missionary Society will i
have its monthly business and
;,; ; [ program meeting at the church.
Mrs. Bryan Feathcrstone is presi-
t ,1. :

\.. "'..'t UNITED CHURCH OF' CHRIST Colorful, Lively SPARKLERS to celebrate INDEPENDENCE DAY

(Congregational Palm City)
j.' The Ordinance of the Lad'sSupper
/ will be observed next Sun. Light up for the holiday! A source of

day morning at 1 11 under the direction
f of Rev J. William Mar- never-ending enjoyment for kids of all Rfl:
son, interim pastor The theme
/I will be" "The Companions of the ages. Sold only where law permits.
Table 'v,, -
')f'\(. The church Bible school: will W '
\ r "" meet at 9:45 a.m., with classes
for all ages

Bible exercises Friday I School and night will demonstration, the I have daily its Vacation closing at 7. Spectacular 2 For The Price Of / Sale !

The weekly prayer meeting will
be held at the church Friday afternoon Foam Ice Chest. AND. Ice Bucket
17 Quart 31 Quart
at 3 p.m.; both men and .
If women are invited to be present

i 1
Frank Maitoza presiding minister
of the Stuart congregation of
Jehovah Witnesses announcedlast
+ week that the district convention .
scheduled for July 9.12
will be held at Jacksonville Coh, :

I scum"The convention will 1 be attended ,
II by 13,000 Jehovah Witnesses
II I from the State of Florida and
eighteen other states and Puerto
Rico, said Maitoza. "All mem
i:1: I bers of the Stuart congregationare 17" s I 11" x 9Vi" lightweight.: rigid Lightweight.: durable and attractive Ice
urged k) alUnJ tbs conven pot foam chest keep food hot or Compare at $2.00{)l bucket nan molded inner Ud ... bold
I tion" told for prolonged period drInks, etc. Illuhlv/ efficient inMilatlon

I JHIOVAirs Kingdom: Hall WITNIXSLS Britt Road: PAPER PLATES & CUPS For Your Holiday Picnic!

Thursday: 7:30 p.m, Theocratic
Ministry School 8:30: scrv
: p.m. of 100 of 100 "St decoratedIra
Package extra Package Regis"
ice meeting: theme 'GamingStrength
CELEBRATE by Mutual Encourage! deep, 9" plalel' *. Cups are ideal for all cold drinks,
:I'', ment. rp F are odorlcse and .I with BO breakage or dkhwahhlng.
Sunday: 5 p.m.. Bible study with i great resistant.Wonderful Save now with this economical poly
aid of Watchtower; theme: "Us for thai pack.
I ing Ufe to Servo Jehovah back yard barbeque i t00e.
: : THE 4th. : : :" Tuesday: 7:30: p.m., Bible study; t or everyday home i b 5 krl

II ;, theme Begins.:""A Small Scale Kingdom use. \

: Assemble at Kingdom Hall for
.; I I' ..: : participation I In field ministry: i
: ,." .' !\ Saturday and Sunday 915amFIRST : .

\ t. I'r t PRtSBYlIRIAN:
Sunday: 9 a.m., church school
J. with classes for all ages; 10 a.m.,
worship service.
I. Wednesday night, 7:30: choir

; L.L.MARTIN 1 ::_.. ".. practice.ST.. JaSFPIl CHURCH King Size Vinyl AIR 1 GALLON POLYFOAM

The week-day Masse on Monday ..'
i through Friday will be at 7:30: MATTRESSWith

a.m.Friday of this week will 1 be the PICNIC I I
I first Friday of the month. Masses Built-in
i ))1 i will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

: : : : : : COUNTY 1 ; day Confessions from 4:30 will to be 5:heard 30 and Thurs-from Pillow66"x27" JUG"

7:30: to 8:30: p.m.
1 Instruction for altar boys will '
New modern design fur extra kJy? i
be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at compactness and Insulation. Hid :

L J the rectory. mouth cap ha* snap-that pouring M a,
"" !, A retreat for young men will ties
'-- IJ be held at Our Lady of Florida Re- tpoul.
I ,_ 'I treat House in North Palm Beach
forages thirteen to seventeen on
14 and 15 For reservations
\\i\\\ I '
P Schratwiew. 287-4558, or Waterproof iitttmn with
H. Rosmarin, 287.3119. 0 !leakproof valve Inflate In a "
Built-in, fold-down phu,
I. A retreat for young girls thir jiffy. Ideal for all around
.... tI' teen and fourteen year of age, will relaxation on the beach orpooL handle Compare at J1.9
i ; be held at the Cenacle House In Unconditionally guile.asked.
Lantana on July 14 and 15 For
reservations call Mrs P. Schral-
I wiener, 2874558
Ladies' Wedge IIccl All LeatherL1'
I Sunday, July 5, Sixth Sunday
after Trinity: Sam. Holy Eu-
r :r'I charist 10 a.m.. Matins, Holy POLO ITALIANA62nb
Eucharist and sermon.
Monday July 6: 7:30: p.m., ves
1 t try meeting in parish office, SANDALS
I .T. Worship service every Sunday Combed cellos kiltiDortshlrt
morning at Redeemer Lutheran
foil art
I art
Church East Ocean Boulevard, at
.' I 10:30, with Bible class and Sunday for greater comfort and Sizes 411 }
school preceding at 9:15. longer wear. And they
The sinfulness of gossip will be an mat-Une wakhaMe.Aborted to 10 "
dramatized in this weeks episodeof suttd colors. 4i
"'Ibi, I* Your Life" entitled TAN
"Lip of Evil which can be seen
FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF on Channel 4 each Sunday morn
ing at 9."Reliaion. Newly styled venlotM
that refuse to stand
of the popular and ex- av
the test of unpopularity or pence tie Taribh toe do 1 I p'I
STUART cution I Is no religion at all." Dr I Cart ..edI
r m.
Oswald Hoffman will Sunday,
AMPLE FREE PARKINGVITII TRUST POWERS July 5, on the Lutheran ay Hour at I I and glove bathe .Inol 1 1i
all "tedruoar
for day
7:35 p,m. on station WSTU. In
discussing the total commitment I J Upper" comfort.
Serving Martin County for Over 31 Years
a.. ;
necessary for a life with God. the I
Lutheran Hour speaker will point

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SOUND NEWS U! : : -"I."''":".-...' ".' :: I 8. "\,"., I Junior Woman's Club of Stuart I

MRS. EVA CAMPBELL__'Correspondent 1 546-3911 '... ," I Sponsors Summer Reading Program IH

The Junior Woman's I hob ot lack Hampton is assembly chair
Presbyterian Church Releases j Stuart would like! to remind mothers man. The float will be assembled.

...... of pre chool and school: aye Friday evening July 3, at the
children that the club is again home of Mrs. Robert Dallier in
Vacation Bible School PlansMrs. sponsoring, a summer reading pro North River Shores.the .
gram. next meeting of the club
James Houser has been from four years of age through s | Club members will rend lo chililrcn will be held Jury 13 at the homeof
named director of the Vacation I their teens are urged to attend + rt aw ,I | in Hobe Sound and Port SaIvrno Mm. Duryl Marstellcr in Jensen
these classes. In addition to Bible for one hour preceding the Beach. Co-hOt'ltetilC.' will be
Bible School program of the Hobe education many interesting hand. '"arrival of the bookmobile.Che Mrv\ Calvcrt Montgomery and
Sound Community Presbyterian work projects will be offered. Refreshments schedule: it: Hobe/ Sound. Mrx. M til lory Johnson.Mr. .
Church scheduled to begin on will be served daily I lucsdiiy* through" July U at 4a.m.
Monday July 6. Classes will beheld and prizes will be awarded for at. '" ? Port Salerno. Thursdays and Mrv Earl Hall have
tendance. / retasx : through July tf> at 10 a.m.; Martin returned home from Nortonville,
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., County Public Library Wednesdays Ky., where she nursed her sister
through July 17. [ through Aug. 12 lit 10 alter emergency surfvn.Nhile: .
The following staff appoint Welcome StationTo I .1 Ml there her brother. Carl"' Huff,
ments have been announced: by died heart ulUck She
Members of the Junior following a
Hanson Randall, superintendentof ,," -"t9IiI; ,.....__,,'" & a an's Club will enter a. float \\011\1 I attended the luncrul: .. at Ldrlin lon,
the Sunday school: Mrs. Wilson Be OpenedA RADIOLOGICAL MONITORING INSTRUMENTS: :: were presented Margaret::.. Binder librarian; David 1 Front\ medical technologist; Mrs. fourth of July parade. Mrs It.bI I Kv
Roberts will have charge: of nursery 24, John Rains, Martin County Civil! J D UxAadoo f assistant director of mining Guy N Cromwell I ert Baltzcr in chairman ol the
pupils and Mrs. H e Ian Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday June by to members of CD administrator Ram Reginald Murdough and Dock: Edwards rnoioct. The entry was designed! t; s tarmci. '...I cme-thirtl their
Schultz and Mrs. Raymond Boring was held Sunday evening at Defense radiological monitoring instructor left Mrs. maintenance, and L'dgur: !,! I>ot,,,,,. chief( engineer ,hMrv' Riv-hurd: Murphy Mr\ income' iron' livestock
the Primary at Martin Memorial Hospital. Shown are to right ;
kindergarten group. Coral I Garden Bowling Lanes teams -. ---.. -- --
classes will be divided into and a spaghetti supper was servedto ---- -- -
two groups: Mrs. Ada Griffin and more than seventy people at.
Mrs. Marie Broderklc: will be .
teaching: primary I. with Bertha tending.It was decided to open the welcome I,
Randall, Bess Bodily and Mrs. station at Poinciana Gar I
Thayer teaching: primary II. dens. Paint and roofing materialsfor
The Junior I group will be taughtby the outside of the building
Mrs. Francis Dickson and Mrs. will be contributed by Semone
Fredrick Hindle and Junior III Vineburg and AI Seigfricd, and the 1 $ THE TIME
students by Mrs. William Campbell inside will be prettied up thanksto NOW
and Mrs. Brenda Goodman.The Dykes Lumber Company.Dr. .
Junior High group will be, William Myers presidentof f
instructed! by James Houser, as the Chamber of Commerce says
aisted by Jimmy Graham. that more help In this project wouldbe
Mrs. Flo Lyons will be pianist very welcome. Any interested! w wf
and Mrs. Browning will be secre I person can contact Semone or AI f
tary. Mrs. John Richardson and I and will be promptly put to work.
Millie Clark will do the typing. Work will begin this Wednesday
Mrs. McCuen is In charge of refreshments on the painting. ,
assisted! by Mrs. Alice Linda MacArthur spoke o n
Arnold. Mrs. Roy Randall and "Youth Power and Food." J. YOUR
Mrs. John Richardson. Mann a well-known bridge teach. t)2; TO
Rev. Francis Dickson will conduct i
er, spoke briefly on the probability ,
morning worship services! of his forming a duplicate bridge t
All children of the community class here in Hobe Sound. Announcements ,
will follow concerning

Heart Association this. -

Honors Dr. MyersDr. Ihi t. GRACE HALL

William G. Myers of Hob< HAS BUSY SCHEDULE I fl I
Sound recently received a certificate Mrs. Grace Hall has had a very; t I ly SAVING
of appreciation from J o h i n busy schedule lately
of the American She is an active member of the
J. Sampson! president
Rebekah and Friday nigh
Heart Association of Pain Lodge I"
Beach went to West Palm Beach to Gardenia ;y i r
County. for the official visit '

The Dr.award Myers was the outstanding In heart recogmtioiof servIce of Assembly the president of Florida.of the Sunday Rebekal she hL I

and in stimulating advancing public support pro&ram I in visited St. Petersburg for the official \ \ I /

the fight against diseases of th. I reception for the grand patriarch \
and matriarch of the
heart and circulation. .
Dr. Myers contributions Grand Encampment of Florida
Among many
in this field have bee Monday night she went to For e
letter to fellow physicians in the Pierce for the district meeting at ACCOUNTa
area, including suggestions for further Loyalty Rcbckah Lodge' there. rj 11
education of patients concerning -

heart diseases.He PERSONALSMrs. f ,
has also been a leading fa<
tor in helping Martin County let Karen Wilkie, formerly of :
its full share of help from ,Iu Hobo Soiyid was taken to SL .'q' ..
heart fund, and has helped brin Mary's Hospital with a minor born I .,
in programs for the rehabilitation t ot fracture': Friends may visit or writ : SERVICE ONE STOP
stroke. and cardiac patients.He to her there in room 211. if ; ; AT YOUR FULL

has been appointed to the > ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell '. "
board of directors of the Heat of "Treasure Cove" have a new : STUART
Association.Dr. granddaughter. She was born June :r :: FIRST
Hobe Sound
Myers came to <
from Pittsburgh Pa., where be 22 La Rae.and has been named Kellc] tgl8rr' '_ v of

was a general practitioner for i a
Dumber of following h i a Mr. and Mrs. William Schneidci \ ..
graduation" Irons Pittsburgh University held an anniversary dinner 01
Medical School and hia Sunday for Mr. n r;

internship at South Side Hospital ents:: Mr. and Mrs. GUI roti : ,1 OPEN YOUKSAVINGS th AND YOUR list


CROSS DIRECTOR son.Boy Scouts Plan I ;' tieACCOUNT; 0 I FOR YOU
Rev. Francis Dickson has bee; ; '
appointed director of the HobSound BY T1IE. I If ROM THE
18 .
Disaster Center by tb Campfire July '. I'j
American Red Cross. 1 4 .' "
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Scoutmaster Robert Peck an 1. '. .. f.. '" ...... '. .. I .' \ ( )
GIRL SCOUTS HAVE: traumas that Boy Scout Troop 401( "'
BOH LING PARTY h planning a campfire on the evening -, : :.
of Saturday, July I 18, at the ,. .
Girl Scout Troop 340( of Hob .'
American building. Thi1 11
Sound had a' bowling party, a t event coincides Legion with the "American '\ ,.
Coral I Garden Lanes on Frida;) ruI'aMI"11
evening. Heritage" program being conducted 4v

Attending were: Karen Hurst, throughout the nation am
culminating with a similar camp
Lou Marchionc Betty KelleY rwllNMI
Michele Finch Kay Miller, fire at the National Jamboree at lit.
Valley Forge Pa., on the a.meevenin < MNNM.t
Breen and Jackie
Betty Myers y.
The girls were chaperoned by lead arid. EARN
ers Brenda Goodman, Kay Dennis The public; is invited to join will EARN
and Pat Breen. the scouts in this special event.
interested in workini Boy Scout Troop 400 will sly
with Anyone the Girl Scouts should cal enter a patriotic float in the .
at Stu ::
Day parade
of the leaders. Help is alway Independence '
any 1w
art Several boys have been working .
appreciated.OUTIOARD_ ______ on the-project. 1.
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Richard Day :4
Private First Claw -/0
lea. son of Mrs. Martha Davies, i Is 72-/0 N ,i

now serving witji the U. S. Arm;, :N s ..
in the helicopter patrols in Vie "
Nam. He rs stationed in Saigon.
r o, ;tOn
Many doctors now' air '::
conditioning for young babies am 3 1,
older people with limned phytica CertificutuUQUARTERLY
reserves. COMPOUNDED( : ,

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and Marine, Inc. Prices' Startiog It S549.M .IRST" OF STUART

410 S. f'fDf.JtAJ.IUGJIWAV Jensen Trailer Sales

AT 7-21M STUAIITNSeedee .
Start Tackle aa*. Mavfae* JENSEN EACH 2S7-27J2 AMPLE FREE PARKING Pour Full Service Hank Serving Martin County lor


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,': 1 ,,' 'K; .;'v. wmmwm 1I i To Represent Stuart

I | A representative; of the Stuart the# 1.9M "International Sur I,,?
NSA will M ahiong of The Year' will be thov: ", ,Ir""
DAIRY INC. sa the Charter moro ol thin 1,500 1 irwmher of aentauvea.EVERYTHING among five. NSA d.'trld. i rq'l.,
I Associ
I The Nitionjl Secretaries
anon (IntcrnitionnD: who hive
made r'a"' 10 take Part ln 'h'
I nineteenth annual convention td
;> held? at The Sheraton-Park Ho-
''tel. Washington D. C. July 8-11 I.
I Virginia Veane., secretary to. for Your Boating
Willum R. Scott. attorney, will at.I
I'tend as delegate for the Stuart
I chapter, Pleasure for
The international officer willbe' .
United States senator
presented hy
from their home stales and the 4th
l by representatives of the.N. 4 w
Zealand and Canadian Embassies
;1 : ." l'I".ljo at a gala open house.Tuesday evening e Fvlnrude and Homelile
I .' ..v"" I Ir I.',.' In addition to the thirtyfiveexhibits Motors
': : 'Rt .' .". :.:: ,t which represent; goods .buala Boat..
: .; ,;: ':: H f fJlRa and services supplied to secretaries
.. / ; on and off the job. the NSA. e Gator Bait Trailen
headquarters' exhibit will feature, Apache Camping Trailers
NSA'i display as seen recently in
i the Hall of Free Enterprise; at the risiirxfc TACMFMARINE

ideal for Picnics Cheryl 1 A. Wade one New At of York a the luncheon most World's exciting on Fair Thursday convene, Complete
tion,feature will take, place. when
ON THE 4lh All I AT
Weds Johnny Gunter To Better, Serve
Our Customers Stuart
Miss Cheryl Annette Wade became I and James Leggi Palm City, was WE ARE MOVING TO TackleI
the bride of Johnny Earl usher 724 Orange! Ave. I
uut toolNAD Gunter in ceremonies at the Palm Mr*.Wade, mother ot the bride/ ,
tr' City Baptist Chapel at 7:30: pm., wore a beige linen and silk organ. July' 4th and Marine, Inc.
G R A PEA D E Saturday, June 27. The Rev Hen. za drew and a corsage of yellow
l lI& ry Tatum performed tbe double pompon FRERE'Sl1oternity 426 s. rrr/FRAL/ iiiciro*Y
Of[ ring ceremony. The mother of the bridegroom, AT 7-2166 SIllVRF
"U' Mr and Mrs Ralph Wade..Palm Mra. Gunter, wore a blue chiffon
eb4.r' City, areJar.nt' of the bride and over satin dress with a lace jacket Wear "Service Supreme at
Mr Melvin Gunter, and a corsage of white, pompon 724 Orange Ave., Foci Pierce Sinart. :Tackle! and Marine
ORANGEADEIn Stuart, are parents of the bride A reception was 'held: in the social '"
groom. hall of the Church followingthe
'- I Iways Decoration* In the, church were ceremony. the Gethsemane Church of Christor
table Were
two candelahii) on the altar,. ban perorations on
.S'f'f '
t roles and fern lurrouridmg the
kets of white and white
4.4 to'1 :f'' gladioli. pompons" wedding1.: cake, and twd vases of Christian Church
.. : the Economical Half Gallons/ 39k each Mrs. Marietta Ymglm& wtira orjarmt. rose*.
.l;tt .,. .;:. Serving, at the reception were (Located Id the Old Community Church: Building)
Mrs. Palm
c '! to take of Alfar-Boulwelt Fruit Drink with Jth of Plchic file Ami Legg. City and CIIURCII STREET,JENSEN BEACH
e 1 It.sure plenty jmi on your July Given In marriage by hef father Mr.Sue Geren.West Palm peach
I Saturd'a}.They are perfect for picnic*'-'no muM,no CUM td prepare and they are;full of trui fruit the bride wore a full.length Out-of-town guests were Mr. Invites You to Worship
town of tiered lace, witH long and Mrs. W. B. Wade!, Defray
flavor(OodneM.Choose from lively Lemonade, mouthwatering Orangeade or Efsty. Cripeade. lace sleeves, and I amalt chapel Beach grandparent of.the bride. Serving;; a Christ all can worship
t TJwy train She carried .a bouquet of Following a wedding trip, to Preaching the Gospel all can believe
white carnations centered with a Melbourne the couple will resideat
white orchid on a white prayer. 508 West Ocean Boulevard, Stu. 'Wearing" a name all cdn Wear
book. art. Extending an invitation :all can accept
Miss Margaret Ludlum, Palm For ,her traveling outfit, the
LFAIBOUTWEIL SAVINGS TREATStrawberry City, bridesmaid, wore a blue bride chose a white suit with gold Having; ,a hope all can enjoy
street-length dress and her bouquet trimming,/ and an orchid corsage. SUNDAY SERVICES 9:30: AM.10:30 A.1M.
was of pink roses and pink Both the bride and bridegroom I Leort L. Baker Jr. Minister
carnation*. attended Martin County High J ,
A brother of the bride, Jim School. He I Is employed by General You Are Always Welcome/
,Wade, Palm City, was best man RF Fittings Port Salerno. .: .
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at"F IJke the mellow flavor of red 1U..ItK'n.J.. plump strawbcrrta Then you are cure 79 C
: '" to enjoy the flavor of Alfur-Bourwell Royal Strawberry Ice Cream b'. really .
good ,....tb.;. Buy a half (gallon.thin month And nave. Reg.99c BIG JULY 4th flt&i& ,

\ Enjoy Old-Fashioned Goodness .


] July Ss/CoCTf (1
Maple Walnut Ice Cream .,

.$12? Half Gallon COFFEE TflUriSDAY! 10a.m. BARGAINS GALORE &t

THRU OUT THB MARKET See Our Ad in The Pdst.TimeJThZrTa'ay
Ideal for' Quick Tasty Salads .


t;;] )k Cottage Cheese MAGIC S IIOP DEPT. 8 I SEE THE THING


-.:;... (;;j -- Enjoy good flavor and ferret Calorie 59. C A IS IT ?

.In Alfur-BoorweU Coffee lee Milk bow '"
only 59c a half gallon. PRODUCE DEPT 12 REGISTER

Reg. 69c TO WIN . .. .*200

LFA Available Front Your ALFAR-

.... '- '-' PEPSICOLAAR.
BOUTWELL Milkman these
\ or at -I3-Q 'OEPT. 32 6 PACK

!; 0UTWiIt Fine ALFAR.BOUTWELL SALADS 2 5c Pt. plus Deposit; .... .... ..,. .t 9c



Stuart Drugs Jen-Efea SundriesCommercial BAKEtlV? DfePT.' COLD DRINKS 5c


HOBE SOUND Street k *: CHOCOLATE FUDGE C (slice). . lOc


u.s. No.1' ;w """ -
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' (. "I To Children .. .. .. _. .. tO St. Onge Market O'Connor's Sundries I


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; V /I Jupiter Sundries CoUntry MARKET

t: .1 (Center Street and Old Dixie AlA Highway The FARMERS

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We Will Be Closed Saturday, i

1 JULY 4th, INDEPENDENCE DAY. /'t''l'hlnt i
So that our employees may enjoy the many festivities in Martin County with PICNICS
SUPERMARKET their families*' we ask that you do your shopping early-at Kindred's. I I KINDRED'S '

Save TwicvlTith: These Low Prices..AND GOLD BOND STAMPS! ?_..


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6-oz.: Ptls tasE CANE SUGAR Bag

Either or /lot" With $7M Order or More, ,,,

19-OZ. JAR 2i9C QUART 49 C I

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2201. J JAR 8 ROllS 8' 9 liny Your( Cake From Our fiakrryIIAKKDI'RCSIt

: MB. BOX 29C 49 C
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28-oz. BILL 11 c TEA"RAGS ,
4/ ; 22-OZ. BILL 6 5 e 64 COUNT 5 9c
HOODS ((33) Assorted __ NKW I For The Natural I lair-Do Look!


SANTA'ROSA J"' L. ,nrc EACH 39c 3 -NS$100PLUMS


D'ANJOU 5 cANs 99c 20 B"-* 89cPEARS /
LB 19C ",

5 u; 99c 22'LBTlL() 39IICMNY
BAG DOG FOOD Hot Dog Relish .
Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 a.i" to.6:30: p.m. i
3 cANS- .2 9.c 2'JARS 49c Friday 8 a.m.to 9 p.m.-Saturday 8 s BJW. to 7 p.m. !

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I Tent ,Meeting rr" 1/ PORT v'v'N i. ,964::

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Dunklin Memorial Campon [ 1 a STANDARD D.&
Martin Grade has loaned the r.I t Address "
large tent on AlA for a lent meet. I Red Cross Speaker to
ing to he held m. Port Salerno,, I '. : 287-5019

two statring weeks July The A and meeting continuing will for be l lr r 1 Zone 2 Civil Defense MeetingThe Owned by Chuck StfQvcD

under the direction of Rev. Henry Port Salerno

47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 Tatum of Palm City Baptist Chap J ) "' j Port Salerno Civil Defense AlA. H Davisson Jr. Road Service
el. held Colonel A.
meeting for Zone 2 will be .
OPEN MO"?. THRU SAT. 7:30: AJVt rilL 9 P.M Several widely.known miniMcn Thursday July 2 at 7:30: p.m. at chairman of the board of Chapter directors ,I Ope. 7 days a week _
will be in the services, the Port Salerno firehouse 0 nAT of Martin County
Inking part
SUNDAY 8.11. 1 P. M : ;j Red Crow, will speak
July 6, Rev Adrian Rogers. Park American
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin; Co. View Baptist Church Fort Pierce; limn: AFTER SURGERY: on natural disasters! this I
July 7, At Crows, layman Park John Peikrson has returned to The information given .
View Baptmt Church Fort Pierce, I his home Coral Gardens after meeting will be very important because
,* ',__ 'fI.t" July 8, Rev Mickey Evans, Dunk are now m the hurricane
"' \ '* '" : I undergoing surgery at Martin Memorial we nr.ss Yedue Re's st.ee
Im Memorial Camp: July 9. Rev Hospital. We wish John a season Well.trained workers are Of6awep
1. (),* Forrest Watkins PI I r. t Baptist : : I"f speedy recovery. greatly needed to operate successfully -
Church of Stuart .J at a time of disaster "-
R v. lewis Stancil, Tropical : One ton of air.conditionin This also includes residents in Enjoy la
7 the
; Farms Baptist Church, will be in equals the cooling effect of the the out-lying areas such as Gol- on
zsiEK.: iSl charge of the music, and Miss melting of one tone of ice in a den Gate, 'oral Gardens. Hibiscus Cruber "LINDA"Summer
Bitty Fernandez Rio Baptist II twenty.four.hour period. Park Tropical Farms and Pom- Rate $50 a Day
Church will he the accompanist ciana Gardens It is hoped that Capt.Toley Engebreteca
There will be a special program each area will be well representedat
-..::lc. .*, for children each evening at 7 featuring 1 HIBISCUS PARK NOTES this meeting which everyone is ATUnHt T PORT.8715 SALERNO.... AT T 1147
c.\: : ''-* ,1"- : tome "Gospel Magic' anda { Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Moglia welcome to attend
story by Rev Tatum. Nursery I Normandy Street had as their
care will be provided for small I' guests this past weekend Mr, and Michael Fisher! son of Mr and
EXPLOSIVE PRICES children. I Mrs, James Grafton and children Mrs Jack Fisher, i is returning
A very cordial invitation is extended by his grand
IH from Miami While here, the Grafton home accompanied rIIiJACK'S
ALL DEPARTMENTS to everyone to attend and spent a delightful two nights mother, Mrs. Mildred Fisher from
hear the messages that will be ,camping at our nearby county Marion Ind.. who will remain for
-J given. park, a couple of weeks before returning

7hw twr, 1 1 I' Mr and Mrs. Hubert Simmons to Indiana GULF
have visiting at their home Mr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackermann
Palm City News and Mrs. Robert Pugh, who have Jr. have returned to their homein STATIONAll
been stationed the last four yearsin Bayside, Long Island N. Y..
I1'S'-"d' aYM taMndhK.#. -. Georgia with the armed services after spending a pleasant few days SorTl'o Guaranteed
They plan to reside here very with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack SanndenoB, Owner
Anna Laura shortly We want to extend, a warm Frank Ackermann 0 n Banyan AlA Port Salerno AT 7.2UIIt's
RfV: ADRIAN ROGERS welcome to them. Drive.
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Circle MeetsThe

Anna Laura Circle of the
United Church of Christ (Con. i
gregational) met at the Moore
ra ; home on Michigan Avenue, Wednesday
June 24. all I taste. no aftertaste!
The program was a film strip .
... and record on the teachings of I
/ .. .
rh. 'Iahi 1. Bible School. A devotional program -
topic, "A Pinch of Salt," was I
Add F.4, .u.nriit.r, liven by Mrs Charlene Mmear
t.a whs. I
..Prusl4th Others attending were: Mrs. i
Addle Chri tman Mrs. Charlotte ; '
O Smith, Mrs Julia Lane and a ', ,<*.*"
Mrs- Carolyn Allen.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs Julia Lane on July .
98c> Chcf-Pak Paper Plates 22 at 7:30 p.m, ,

98c 9oz. Cold Cups .
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Packages of 100 Bible School at United Churchof
Christ (Congregational) will I I I $
have graduation exercises on Fri. i iv
day, July 3 at 7 pin Families and
4 friends are invited.
I PELICAN COVE: NEWS \ : ;.i.ti >

Sit Ruth Van Kirk underwent surgery r t, w tt 1 l ft I ....
1 'Friday morning at Martin .. .
.. Memonar Hospital. Mrs. Larry
lIneA.1 II Curlier R.N, Tucson, Aril I Jj.'f".t'
ri Ruth sinter, is here to help care .
....: i1 for her They are daughters of
: .1 Mrs 1.1" Van Kirk ,
Mr and Mrs. John Eckert and k r S
BRECK RISE GILLETTE: Family and Mrs. C. O Smith, r
RIGHT Kingston N. Y. were recent ( r s sI
HAIR SET SHAVE !plush! of the Everctte Christmum t h
GUARD The Eckcrls were on their way
MIST BOMB to Key West 16 snake their homeMrs I
Rag. M.nthol DEODORANT Smith spent ten days here I r R r ?}
Rag &Supr Held I e
and returned to New YorkMr

71 67 and Mrs. Walter Buuniun
have their, grandsons', Stephen and i )
Daniel Pearce, of Baltimore, Md, I ,

COPPERTONE f0lTI0RN 1.09 visiting them .J;. ,


INSECT REPEllENT Mr and Mrs Walter Horner 1

OFF 89* Jr.. Chicago, III\ are visiting the DIET i iPE
RE6.1.H 5 OZ. SPRAY Waller Homers Sr I

Mr and Mrs. W Lovelace Bishop
X TiwrT HOUSE AND GARDEN 73 Philadelphia Pa., are spending.
,SPRAY REG. IS t several' weeks with the W P. Bish-
opt. While here they plan on ninnytrips PS\\ 1PEPSF
to places of interest in South f
X-TINCT 73 Florida Both families have just .
lEG $jNow( returned from a week's cruise: to' .. .
Nassau! aboard the SS Florida, out I
of Miami. '
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: HANDBAGCLEARANCE Mr and Mrs. Frank Coffrin I I 1

; have returned from a two-week I x. l lI
vacation In Wilkesville Ohio I '
where they visited relatives I 1

: Mr and Mri Richard la Man .
na and children Connie and Joey, i, j jI
Whippany N. J., and Mrs.. J. D. I
Moody Washington D. C. are I
spending a week with the Arthur I J Jt
SAVE To 50 I Herbs. I:

Up % Private Gerald Flynn in home at h 1 1 r v
on a fourteen-day, leave after finishing ,t 1 1I
boot training at Fort Gor.
Ga. He ia the of Mrs.
don ton
See Our Gift Shop Martha Flynn i I !

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chuson i

mm I HYwpGtHj MOImm they he have Gull home like purchased Harbor very living Mrs.much.over the Bcgle Chason here and homein savs like NOW YOU CAN HAVE HOUR COLA AND DIET TOO! J i

1 I SAW* Connie Pope. a member of the i
Junior Youth Fellowship, return ir
pust st/t ))8tjfZ;* ed home Sunday, after spending 1\
five day at summer conferenceat :
Lake Byrd Lodge in Avon Park I i
Martha Lane has returned after I I .:
" upending ten days in Titusville visiting nr 1,
i relative Mrs.. W. I. Bohan- ", :.. .. : ..i \ .. ... ,..: _
I non brought her home and spent oat_ .. 'IA., }iii-. .. I
OUR FAMOUS several: days with the Sum Lanes --. L WL_ .,..,-t". 'j"A." ....... 'f .1,
,d"1" ""C j
Mrs. Noah Ludlum Sr is recov. It.$\/& 1 (: -" '. .. : ., J
" JUMBO SHAKE enng from measles at home on .,..n..n.flll'VW. : I ET' w1. -' -. '.. ....::.
Loop Roud I 01 ;

r : Mrs. Clarence Utley is at home 't .. "fd4' .

l' r EXTRA THICK on Loop Memorial Road Hospital after a stay in Martin $I I Hooray-!I Now you don't' ; have to give up'J rv"' W DIET l co I as E. Diet .

r EXTRA GOOD Bernard Klinki( and daughter, flavor to cut down calories. New Diet Pepsi i hKh4e"thanoneIlttteSl .:
1 : Ix>is, have returned to their home is all taste-that famous regular-Pepsi PEPSI '' !
y on Loop Road. Mrs. MinU will follow ever
) DRUGSTORES 'later. taste. There's not a trace of the unpleasant tasted? on :
it'! Get
... e r
., r s find in ;
,, I, a Mrs. Mary Welch has returned aftertaste you ordinary diet .. ._ .
from a week visit to Miami with I, mj.UOTTUtU .
relatives. HPAIJ* OCAfH BOTTLe ".t.k.\ \5E*T PAUl ....CH. t1- VNUU; ; ATFOINTHENf FHUM PW!.IacartononewbitOUPpnsaiT":\ t. .vxPAVT .
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.. L,. French'
a -
f-oi for 17c
WIVBSAFECttSWANSON' ; 'i'I : :['J I_ DOLE 20-0. Con .
WCloiII 3 c. ,
: OMW ABtaD Pineapple
Sot., July 4 tff1rIl\ (( ON "flI -SE DOLE 2001.< C-B :
1fl Dole Crashed Pineapple 3 CBIDOH :
Limit; ; 4 Cn. $
COPT11.NT euYS :
Rp a""d'I' 4-0 Con
111! Op jTOT AI/hs
WINN.DIJUI In.n.d BONED ....-: Pineapple Juice 3 Cn, :
Prices Good Thru Fridoy July 3rd ;

2e 9b, 89 C -.*,,' C H I C K E N _, SAUSAGE LIllY'S VIENNA 5 40 Cu,. $1 4 DEEP DRESSING SOUTH SALAD 32-Os.Jar 39 ::

OPEN PIT Reg. or Smokey O ; 5_ PILLSIURY HERSHEY Chocolate
: 4 FLOUR SLb.lo,' 49 SYRUP "' :' 5 $1
B-B-Q SAUCE ";,,I' cOJs,$ C Cu. :
,' Low Sud. $ 19 As/t. Ie Size f-
Crockm' Good Dip or ALL DET. 14-0: '..>. / Candy Bars 2:;;' 99 !


,. Twin Pack :if Your Choice! JiffiSL:.:-=:. t. .."', :;., FROZEN 111118' '
In 12OZ. Smooth Top' Cans .t Ul3 U.S.D.A. \:
49C e a Grade "A"
: 9ft
Pack I" "Completely Cut-Upudweiler "
.. \\ rAGE"HEESE w UC ,
WI 41t,. / Schlitz, KUFT A.n.da." Pan Ready! Lbt -
K. All Flavors
Busch Bavarian, >3 tt0rIncluding
._._ Low Colors t Milltr't; 4.*M* SLICED (CHEESE "", 49c Limit Two PI.o..rC
1 .
L6AkJUM! Liij W ad r..lr..d
'Unlimited Quantities' 29
a H E K 1! :nOJ't" STORE I.Ihrd. .r CHEESE hlldury32OZ. b, 59c ? C

CANS BISCUITS 3 f.,21c Fryer Breasls, Thighs, Drumsticks Lb. 49

LYKE'S Sugar Creek Smoked 10.14 Lb. Avg. '

;%_! *",$ "Whole or"Full 4g ___________I__________________
If HAMS Half" ,
"Mix M"'h;: '1
71 C
: Dlrr'e or Cep land's "All Moat"
.I fMfl'J''t : Ho Center Slicee Removed WIENERS Jft:: f.9/ ;;..

Van CampPORK W.p Brand Go 't. Graded U.S. Choice .' \mps" A. w..1..1..
Semi-Bon0less Easy to Carve TOP Ov1 : FRANKS, KNOCKS 1"69cTBQUE

% RIB ROAST 79'' WITH Till rwcliiii THIS 01' Oath's COUPON llMkkiwt'
Is 'H lk.59c
Honey Glued tanned Him FRYERS
BEANS I II .11 Cli,..TMt. $3.99 C WM NMAl.. l.....i. >* % \
GROUND BEEF!: 3,11.Lit: 'I01 :Jklfk. $l" I ..4.. .." a SPARE RIBS U.VCelmotte
: Rath'Blackhawk Honey>Glaie.] FermiPOTATO
1 W..t.rn.Cor"fed Pork
4 oz.- 1 SPARE RIBS "LI Pig!. Ut. 49J Cooked, Conned 99 SALAD I 49

CNS. ... HAMs3 I COLE SLAW Cups.
| '/4 PORK LOIN Iff:: CHOPS; u.59c EL
&. .
?I'IKrf1'IW"' "" .to-y y THESE TERRIFICBUVSIM wee,
OUR oc

EGGS 0 c7oz1M pt PLUMS

Reg.Cinnamon i 33c OC Buns j |LARGE[ GR. r A r \ Lemonade KENDALL limeade PARKEN 68-0.%,, 59C' fancy California 5anla Rosa

8-Ct. Pkg. Z. 7 SUPERBRAND Shipped .i ,
t LIBBY'S Assorted Flavors

Hamburger WienerBUNS Doz. c; Fruit Drinks 8 "=: 89c 2' 'Ibs 3 9

MORTON'S Ant. Flavor Fruit ar

iA 2 8Ct.Pk9s 2 9c 7) J */* ,11\1\\\\\\\ \\\. Cream Pies Family Sill' 3 Fir $1 J1, Western Pink Moat ,
( Lesfoil Cleaner d-Con Roach Killer RICH'S 4-Ct. $ Cantaloupes For 79C ..
r 14ci off 13-0:. E i
28-or Btl. ,55' Aerosol S129 OC. C airs kgj Fancy Fresh FloridaFrenchFriedPotatoes .

m'WmUllflUl\lilll{ \ {. rllIlJl "' J P,,L,.89c Corn 8 Far 49c, ,

,ql"' 12'lb.Witt Piss Pt9.1.1.I.This rauiit CMt m L.t HS.3':ifI SI t 1'G J;; Witt lased TM*e..ra doalb I nrdUM r.i9C I orton's Dinners 2 '11-er. 89c Lemons:: '. 29cfl'tYI1U

Red* II',* J..bo 'M# *"
.; QllllIll1llJ.tlllllm1lt i 0 SHERBET E E
so EXTRA FREE I watermelons 99
u I Via Ills Cn.*t tarOM if rn TMt e q.o t hrttM if K? "il

yr 0 1 U.'L I Mil MMt al Aerosol,I T14 IUSM r.CM.INSECT..$1.29 MM I f i 1';') [soda While V.w',an T..1.PWes,.a.vae .. ...9 m r yAN r Ia.LA J:.. 4 9 C hkory, Escarote ...2..2'" gc...' f i

: uL 1W XWJ ,-- A//R ?Larfj Lea'.,Rte. loMuce .fi '.

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Thnrerfay. July 2: 1964





Gfte! rt 1--4.. ..'.1''"'<''1':1'' ''' ........, II"! ws.nsRaa.s ::, 1 111I 4,4>> ,,,.. ''''1'-- _. _.M I "

FOR RENT .35ATTRACTIVE Employment Wanted .48 TRAILERS: k SERVJCW a 1.- Offered, Mine. I Real Estate For Sale 90 Real Estate For Sale. J"0 For Sale, S ::Baneoin 118WE'VE

DIAL !_',,1Mi e i rf '1'- 1It!_ .w, ',,",M .....- W I l*"" MW I IWW.M !r" *'j -'WjI'--''''' ..- -rf'OR _.---4 4".,... __1

HAND-CRAFTS: Supplies & I EQUJTY 2 bedroom CJIS) Qr vel Sloe by Owaer: 4100 ft. ..a.1
; : \WOULD like position as receptionist SPACE FOR RENT Nw small .
ATlantic 7-1550 ( ehidenfcy} cottage1., general office work or mobile park for adults. PUnned structioM, All supplies i roof good water Excettfent t rrrent tots: I i9h and dry, GOT TIlE
Kit>: Pleasant location WithirJeasy ihaupgcc..FuU) or part time would and built to accommodate large able Free instructions with I condition. Take over rWvmerjts, Sali'ifice at $29 a foot AT 7- j' T* -
To Place Your FAST SELLING- distance qf dockfaalTiiled. Reasonable year-round} rate). Call -2 (48)) 12' Wide all-electric All utjll- _: lone Sire..w ha tQ bags Del, Palm City; "* 7-2 (.90) bedroom
waterfront hoiyie
( l FOUR
AT 7-2583 after* d.nii t> writ da souvenirs Orltnul ----vBUSINESS ------ --
jtVANT AD 1kst Patio A1ghi 30'
B. J. Abbott, Star Root*, Jehsu J, J..4 t(;;.... Ufltlergrourid. JodiVilfiial ) & statues Penn corner in heart of Sa Will trade for vacant land. Write RIO
and 40 CASA
Beach, aFURNISHED. tl'IW!) Bimlnei* Opportunillet l 50 K4l 1 Jab monthInn- Fruit shippers. The mot t lerno. 200' on AIA I by 250' on Box 23. Stuart FU. _tf (90)- ")
( per.
NEWS WANT AD* 1IiIII'" 'i4 .. Bain* II1dtU t dockflgrsvail- 'Tropical Shop on the East C cross street for motel ot1. tore, in this BOAT & MOTOR SALES, toe I
*-reorp ,pJU'Jmrllt.Veri ( "t anle nearh ) at th and ConIc in and bring your $19500 See: Roland G Lucdcr The shoe industry country of 4d ...., fI" ... AT 1.0e44wee
RATE Five cents per average. clean. JFrost proof refrigerator NEW Sunoco Service Station now' Lincoln( Port lulcmo! Tel. 287- Open daily from 9 till 5, CI Realtor 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart produced! .598.0110.0110 rain tf 1TI)
word minimum charge per insertion New electric ringr'Cohi.bete under construction on U, S. N& B385 7.2 Sunday ALGO/ZINI 7-2 (ftO) shoes l last. year.
$1.00 (for up to twenty privacy. Adults. Call AT"" 1' in Stuart. Available for (lease. ((68)) SHOP .U. S. No. I I. Hobe : :, -- -- -------
average words). Words in ALL 0768. ,tt ( t5)) WrAwafI ..train you and J>ay white.q : ', _.!b.I Phone 546-'313. 72 ) TWO bedroom hom, with tile II __ ..4. L r .. r... ., .
CAPITAL LETTERS word except each.first ;rbipjrlg./ (Reasonable\ ,JnvcjKtmciUto lerrkes Offered Sloe. \"TI 1 n. xsn bath on large !qt firM>>":,* awnings REAL ESTATE; FOR SALE J90
word count as two FUkNtSHCD apartment oh rlvr
partyyeta Sun Oil Co, / and fireplace, nlce yo'furnish
( While space above or below or er, 3 rowni md efflciendet. TV right,967. West Palm Beach Fie, JUL lLt> :'" Wanted 1. Bay .(Mtoc.) ed. $8,500()( Dial .. 287-0070 or stet .11111 n .I,. ...' I) 4>41,

within ad will b! charged ai the and dock privileges.: Driftwood or call collect TB 2-3339 after, RAY;COOKE'S jSeptld Tanlj %nr- _. ] 6 p.m. 2872102_ _tf ((90)) .. ...
t C-flber of words (five) that could Motel 443 Bedch'AT'y.2231 too p.m, .If (50) Ice. Cleaning and repairing Also -
? the
WANT best
be printed in the blank line, or Drive. Jtnlcti : drain fields repaired and re-laid. price for $8500 for a good large frame
cent per line. tf/(35)/( ) CEMENT:: plant and lumber yard Dial AT 7-0651.AT 7J862. tf(7jlj( ) ear?Mettle Jatk: Bruiel at home on I 100x120, nice trecs; U. S. NO.1 1 FRONTAGE
((25"Display Classified rates t on ,-Jncluding) / ,block plant and 1214 Motors, Inc. U ) 3 bedrooms/ porch separate din.
I application. rI ') COTTAGE for tent grad and larger' Conveyor JBr will rent Call WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE ......:J .. L .., ; ing room large laundry room near
comfortable {15. a week Call 28 .-413J. tf ((50)) BALANCING with Bear Equipment REAL ESTATE ,fOR SALE Jr. High! Roland U. Luedcr. Realtor 195' ft. Frontage-250 ft. Deep, over an
I. These cash rates, for ads 287-0902 after 6 o'clock. tf ((35)) by trained mechanic will pay 729 Colorado Avc. Stuart
are w u J1&..... in the City limits $150.00 front ft.
.u '- ) for itself in tire wear. We )have the acre per
72 (96)
mailbd The Stuart (
brought or lid ( )
News with If! A FURNISHED efficiencies, month SPECIAL NOTICES 1.1 equipment and men.,Your friendly IN Rio good building lot, $
Stuart News payment.mail subscriber you or are are or season, utilities, included I L.JtUL .' Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS Also two bedroom home 20-ACRE tract 170 ft. Frontage-Over 600 Jt. Deep, South
listed in the Stuart telephone directory Adults. : Summer ftttfta Movem- or Dial AT 7-335J. tf ((71)). ly new good well utility High pound
ad telephone ber I. South of Stuart. AT 7-1950 ALCOHOLICA14ONYMOUSpleeta .' building in back 14x20 feet, (90)I I with excellent drainage IS nllnutcs of Stuart $50.00 per
you can place your by WISCONSIN Strattoa.Clinton
Dial ATlantic 7.1550 and after j p.m. tj( ((3;) .. at 8:30. pin every Wednesday I i and Bnggs uaooA/ kI 300) Inquire E. Wilhelm (from downtown Stdart Only $495
say "I want to place a want-ad" 1 at the( Community Churth, COQLED ENGINES! in stock and J 1282, Stuart. FU 7-2 ( ) per al.e; Terms, M, P: Nelson 128 ft. Frontage -.- 125 ft. Deep, Hobe
ATTRACTIVE efficiency apartment Jensen Beach. For information. I 325 E Ocean )Blvd. 2873566 -
Ground floor. )Near bank Phone/ AT 7-3332 U ((55)) parts and men who know bow to 1500 feet of good deep 7.2 ((90)) Sound Area Full price $5,000.00()() (
repair them. ULMER MOTORS _______ _
schools and park. Call AT 72693. for $30 per front foot. See -
Give your mail l address as tf ((35)) WANT the, be.t price for your car? or"Dial AT '-)355. Your Friendly investment property noon .HUTCHINSON I'llandBuil ing
well as your telephone nuns Call Jack Bruicl at 287-1214 Dodge Dealer. tf (It) 'O. 1.ueder, Realtor, 729 Lots for $4500".. Apartment
ber in your want.ad. The Stuart PLEASANT:! and bedrooin cottage ,MerMe Motors Inc. tf j(55)( ) I TERRAzzO' Tne add Marble Ave., Stuart. 72 ( ) I Rites for.$5000., newly subdivided; TAYLORASHLEYREAL
News has hundreds of for rent. Within walking distance n tract between two causeways. Roland -
,W. Co. AT
out-of-state subscribers who of; all stores. Alas: Apart. peT pro'euelonal carpet cleaning' AT 7-1696 Wagner. 7-4880 NEW two bedroom borne, I O Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado -
or tf ((71)
are your best possible! pros- ment in Port Sewall, Call AT 75892 results', rent Blue loistre J Electric ) bath; corner lot. Legion Ave.. Stuart 7-2 ((90))
pects for real estate sales and tf ((35)) Carpet Shampoocr $1 t per d y.11arl..al'.eiBhIDI1 HAVE small Bulldozer, TVactor, $10,990. Easy terms W H I ESTATEJim
wanted I Co. AT 7-4880 BEST waterfront buy in Port Sew-
rentals, boats, help Furniture clear lots ner or AT
Mower md Disc. Will ,
and STORES and I tf I all and near the Inlet. t 116 by
gardening, trailers, servceL office downtownor 7-2 (55)) cut trees. Fence posts and pilings ( ) \
I 200 ft. on protected harbor Only
East; Ocean Blvd. Any size. .
.. for sale. Lawton Wall AT
UI. Phone
Write.. A P. Krucgcr. 1170 E LARGE 2-story apartment $9,500 Terms M. P. Nelson ASSOCIATE
Ocean Blvd. Phone 287-2420.. USED CARS A TRUCKS 98 71401. \1 ((71)) house. Near school. Each Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd. .2873566 630, COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7.2440

REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS 7-9 (J5)) IU _.f.I U WE Specialize: \\mdowandicreen room ment has dining two room bedrooms kitchen, 7-2 ((90)) T-I ((110)

a .. FOR Sale19Y8: Iihcoln 'Continental I. repair Class replacement parts All rooms, large Needs TO settle Estate, charming old
100 refer W l display LAZY Livln'll Brand
(Numbers over new spaclous Aluminum I ,
and service
Custom work
10-room .
frame 1 1acres'
HarJtop. Air-condition- $5,999 AT 74695. tf ( ) over 1) -- -----' -- "- ------ -- --
classified ads which appear <<: Studio r"ficlenclesUghted -
extrusions Builders
Supply high land with 156 river-
after the end of tilt smaller ads, In 110 ft fishing pier, over mint rd\ full UondilKHi power.equipped See at: Jlmmy't Car 'In Service Inc. AT 7-2148 7,9 ,f71)CONTRACTORS ) CANAL lot off St. Lucie Lot frontage. )Residential, 5 bedrooms 1 .
numerical order. B. curl to look 100 mature shade trees Sea Gate
: 5, Harbor Estates I
!JOt 2
Colonial Station North of Stuarton ; -car garage and'shop. $20000
Villas at Lighthouse Point. P. O for
In both places) equipment Best offer over $2.500 Lou with 29% down 6% .
U. S No.( 1, or call 287-1550 and m', C. B. ARBOGAST
Box Stuart. Phone 657 rent sale Water ,
153J) 287 ) or pumps concrete
4940 N: E. 27 Terr
FOR RENT 35-135 ftwcCn 8 1.m.-, 'p.rn. 6-25(58)) miners rt. I Roland: G Luedcr. Realtor, 729
1.% ,
((3S) air compressors, ptndblastcri -
fano Beach. Fla. 399-0204. /( ) Colorado Avenue, Stuart 7-2 ((90))
FOR RENT OR SAtB 3 -/J3? + opsse4aions. Gunite equipment) iirtools. -
E 196Q Rambler ------ ------
, WANTED TO RENT 40-140 FOR Rent, 4 bedroom house1 with.! 1959 Plymouth Fury Convertible Vibrators, hose and miscellaneous 200' COMMERCIAL 175 U S. No. I frontage near REALTOR ESTABUSJIED 1925
HELP WANTED 43-143 pool on the North Fork.. 2874133 Contact Don Bowden items.. 287, .1420: If no FRONT IN STUART main intersection. 600 deep. '
Employment Wanted '48-.148BtnlneM tf (35)) Bapkof Stuart 287.420((), jtJ8)( ) I I196)Che answer, call J87074J2: J7I) depth 172'. Boatel or Motel Zoned commercial Close' in Only 252. ,Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7.0440
OFFICE for tnr. Itieal for Insurance $23000( See: Roland G (. I $5000 per foot. M P. Nelson
Opportunity( 50-$150LOSTAIOUND' 1 accountant, etc Don 0Iet. Super-8port:Pow Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave.. Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd. 287- PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDD"3
S3-153 I'' O'Kelly! & Co., 91)0) Colorado steering. 16000 m les. By own. PLANTS & S'SVICES 75 I art- '.2 ( ) 3566. __7-2 ((90))

SCHOOLS 54-154 Ave Ph. AT 7.2500. If( ((35)) nero $2395. Dial 287-5986 after U.llIIt..4_ l "'" .... 4.a1: >s' Our Best ''Buy ---
5pm 72 ((58)IOATS )
IN Stuart fron ichool(. PLANTS Sprinkler systems, TRAILERS SERVICES 18Self
scrps ) __
USED CARS 58-15* One bedroom I kitchen( Jjylog -aa.cwcwsrar landscaping, ,sod; fattest yew- ,r 1r TUIII OI.IU I OVER 1,000 ft. CREEK FRONTAGE
NEW CARS 60-160 ahd dinette /Newly Jllinted titdtie & SERVICES 63 Ing nursery.iij/ Martin County PJ- ..
BOATS SERVICES! 63-163 flbors fuml he including -r-- u JUt -icon .Nursery. loop Road (S-76A). ON THE
'!'RA .ERS" SERVICES'68-168 utilities 287-5055. .t tf (J5j AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, Palm City. AT f-1918. tf..( 75)) Contained & Semi-Self-contained t SQUTIl FORK

Service Offered, Misc.. 71-171 furnished ,:,0001.Jl, elcc-/ iTomplete Sales, Service. Parts COCOS, PLUM SA 'ALMS, 5ft. REVELLA PICK tlP COACH 4V1 ACRES
PLANTS & SERT1CES 75-175 NICELY Ipartmeht Adult 3opd selection. of dependable Used $100 eat-hj flame, Passion,
lot Sale, Mhcelluneous 78-178 only I No pets! Call I 287.5363f(35)) M itori. Exoert FactorvTralnedhanlc Stcphonotis Vln*<. .Powder )ifutf.Bottltbrush .
I : M : CASA RIO BOAT A Citrus!, Lychce, Mango ONLY $6,500 ONL
Wanted To Buy (Mlsc) 81-181
FOR Rent Twci bedrodrfl, MOTOR SALES. lac. 440 Rt. 707 Jahouticaha. Avcada CeyItm M
MOVING STORAGE 84-114 house' lit Jemen1 NIC Wf-. In Ufa. AT 7-0944 tf (63) PePeh. 'Macadatnlk Nut

Real Estate For Sale. 90-190 -lion.-Call-287-5188.- "7-2 ((35).....). OlTBOAkU MOTORS REPAIR trees Pineapples, Raspberry, Our Best Buy .-
Real Estate Wanted 96=196 Strawberry, juijva Y'Slf' Enders -
IN Stuart across from(, school. > 1 ID I We have parts for all
One bedroom, bath" ,. kitchen; popular makes. Can. test your coil Nursery, Wh te City, .30(1'( ) a
l I! A living and dinette. Newly painted I an< I c condenser. Ulmer Motors. Dial sslstaaVlttln'owa Nr $30.00 PER YEAR TAXES on Ihb nice completely furnished
FOR RENT' 35 and tile floors FurninhidV '28715055. AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Dod. Miscellaneous I loin. Screened Porch Florida Room Two Bedroom
... .J4tJ.Jj _. : tf ps> Pefler. tf (63)) For Sale, :j A y P9 i '' ''h -One Bath =:'I.ot' 60 I I U. Owner. will finance Total Price
$U, .00.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished ROOMS for et In private( homi.!, .amR SALE: Complete I II Ins of 1 Only

house on Indian River Sewalls 619 East. 5111! }, St.,/ SttJr.tl., if ((31)FOR ) ; |lirin Supplies/ Marine Paints. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS $9t50 TOTAL PRicE on this Immaculate 1960 CBS Home.
Point Yearly $125 per month 1 ,,; kfirine Hardware-ever:thini for U Hurricane Awnings Garden =
Tool Stove
Call 287-2197. If (35)) .Iu roar boat Whltlcar Boat WorksohSewall Lowest $ FJorlda'DRUMS Refrigerator
PrIer ..
included. Home nan two bedrooms Florida
RENT OR SAN 38 ', tf ((63)) p'' room Truly below

FIVE furnished room apartment SccoW, floor completely 700 _.._...........--Jfl1lh... l ...:.ill 2g' Egg-Harbor,'- 1955'Twin" 95 GUITARS PIANqsORGANS ", tin f WITHOUT NEW TRUCK I replacementPORT

South Federal Hwr'. 287.3325 or NEW unfurnished 2 bedroom. 2 I h.p. enemes. Com letelv outfit ,. !. Ydur Choice-FORD CHEVY DODGE SEWALL 3 Bedroom Two Bath Chest House.
287.1297. tl ((35)) bath hoUse near St. Lucid In- *J for fishing Radio, fathdme- EASY TERMS( Home hM Fireplace Cm Heat Air Conditioning DKhwasher -
RIVERFRONT home with let Central air-conditioning: pier I ef, fighting chairs fish box. Price ONE USED PICKUP COACfj All completely furnished. Total Price 1750000.
for rent. Furnished unfurnished pool $1 I JO year around. Phone Boynton I 4500. Call AT 7-3343 72 ((63)) MORIT PIANO c 2.
or Beach 732-344 or write X. Sk iU. In Stock ONLY 110. COMMERCIAL: CORNER Prime UA. NO. I Location
Call 287-0948 U ((35)) Beach. or"" """ l __ __.I-.II Ill No. 5th Street for
man, Box Delnf Crocerelle, Filling Station, Drive-in) eta In North Stuart Excellent
Ft. Fla,1 4614141TRUSSES )
Pierce ph.
TWO bedroom furnished anartmev tt(38)( ) I TRAILERS ft SERVICES _68 I ," It (78)) New 16ft. Scmi-Self-Contained Travel possibilities& and a >try realistic/ price of unly $150 per

for tent in North River ....- AI. ---41 --_._----LL---- - Shores. $125 monthly year around. WANTED TO RENT 40u FOR Sale 2? 1954 Silver Clipper elude stockier,

Call 287.3547. tf (35)) ___ _.jllll" aluminum house leafier Very knee pads, anlletv "ttu. Stuart ONE 'USE1} 8' WIDE 2 BEDROOM STORE IUlI.JUNG'NTOWN: STUART. Front.* on
$45 by the month rent. No kids : goou konuidon: taint oiur ,Tei..> Drug Corp. __ "II (78)) Two Streets. 4,500 square. feel Main Flour apace phi 1450
WANTED to rent year found fRAILER-Bargain Price on This One I feet loft Modern plate front and
pets kinfolU or foolishness. I phone AT 7-2237 tf ((68)) I Stuart quart glass aluminum aide
residence Need :J or 4 bedroom 500 Shares First Mortgage of ''
walk' awning. In repair
Close-in nicely furnished I good ; ready for occupancy. Offer at
ment, tile bath, screen porch apart utilities references.home Responsible Call after, can 6 p_m furnish., AT ''IIICI::. .......- xtwts9OR price.common Phone t tot AT It. '$1,000 7-2047)sing Coming Soon! O MOBILE 1 .Jens than nested ..Ilia.don at only S29.500. $5,000.. down

Inquire and The garbage Seven service C'.. included.Grocery 7-059J.} 7.? ((40)) I RENT 135wSp tf ((73)) FLEETWPOD HOME I
Store. North 4.lane U. S. No. 1 I-- .. WI Soon To Be Delivered
and North 20th St, North Stuart liEU WANTED 43 II FOR RENTEDGEWATER. 131 See NORTH RIVER SHORES
tf ((35)) I _.A "' .llId.111ft L1..d SANDYfSTRAILER NORTH RIVER FOREST

MODERN one bedroom furnish SALESMEN wanted to sell Luri-
ed apartment Special i while light Insect trap for home and PARK & SALES
.construction of new rt'2- farm use. Call AT 7-4133. tf (43)) I STUARTS LEADING WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES

room apartments I is in progress 287-5789
next door. 55 E Seminole St., APARTMENTS
Monterey Road. Stuart now 1 Mae' North of Stuart on U S. 1 .
287-1197 ( I T >
tL3 taking applications for routemen.Age 6n'THE ,., fuss, o.tO
FOR rent in Stuart( 2 bedroom, 21-40 I preferred. Apply! In >r -
furnished house. Air-condition. person 7'f' ((43)) ST. LUCIE
ing and heat $70 a month, yearly I
AT 7-1597 7-1 ((35)) I FLORIDA progressive Registered;- growing"Pharmacistfor local ATLANTIC COURT One and two-room efficleitciea.Spaclon C. 'RAINEY Realtor

FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished chain. Openings available in Fort shaded .
apartment, close in. $75. Call I Lauderdale, Fort( PJerpe' ,Y e f' APARTMENTSfSI > UtBeat groundsPBrklai Deck.Shuffkboari. '
287-1685 or 287-5569 tf ((35)) Beach and Stuart areas. EXcellentI '- :
I for advancement and HAST OTHAtf IIOITLnA.D TV .wd.u.Week ..>\! '
opportunity .TVA. e'LON1naNOrarKttfl'r.Q RESIDENTIAL. 11
company benefits. Apply Mr. )Man- AM.TwL T.a Month! ..year I cnlli.GE. INCOME I
gum Broward Drug Office, 825 MOOMS BATH
6th Avenue Fort Lander- 'H MJTADS N. W RATES <24 ST. tvens CRFSCLNTSTUART f.. ST. lint. ESTATES 2 Bedrosst n lt 1.277 dV fcOUtll US. NO. 1-3 Bed-
( dale. tf ((4J) ; FLORIDA. 1 Weed I* aeB ai P1f
tT Leewofwlbly 2V4 lUilb-Ijtrge LKIiif Roont.:; AN G.& HOUM 300 Mango Trees--Over
FEMALE: Secretary Hght akor6. n..ut w Tqd TelepkMMi 287-9812 per Acre.. Acres
.7W. f
DO THE JOB!IG Ipial rijht K 30000.
hand billing bookkeeping.. 5 .T. PACET, F. E. WOOD, M.... Kitchen Excellent Location. I2I.75 .
day week. Many fringe benefits( Mgr V (til) 3. JJ6 ACRES twrderhtc Palm Cay, Ride<
Good starting. salary )Reply Box Mai A" T-wnxi tf flat 'for SubdivUoa. f 1250. ter. Acr 2. FlSin:>C CAMP M South Fork Sfc
P.c/o Stuart News.. |(4l) 2. PORT SEW AlL- Custom built 2 Bedroom l.s+ck ltlrer-6 Reital
URltsResh.I .
J-2:: 3. lit ACRES .. So-rfc fort St. Lode -
EXPECTING COMPANY I -2 Bath-Walk to Cell C.... River loW ware, fnmlare flaietrelfesil n..e-lofW'.* boat mllla-I'rktd

ADVERTISING DOWN Reduced to $27.500. .few than $50,000.
SAI.EShi4b1' WONDER W HFRE 1t0U'RE COUSQ TO BED THpl devefefMeat poebBMas
tia M and atop wonylngn! Reasonable raid sad M. atm...pkert MAKE OFFER
3. nosE IN I00' .. St Lack Rlrtr 3. COMMERCIAL BLTlJ>rNG" oaj Feat
Experience: not necessary but that pip turp** an M J M* 01111 .
preferred' Flvk an{ oniftjf5ay CALL MARIE KIRK. MANAGER 3 large Bedroom pins Dm ami DtnfefR COMMERCIAL RENTAL AM Office Ocea BookTaH. S Rratel L'aits. Good

LI i|'Ii 'I-kExi cbtihy Htnt tRY btdtfH scale1 I Now Available for Your Sleepias Cewfortt -: Bath*, $1)2JO Md a 3 kedrooM It-. retara on kafcsimeiiL MAKE OFFER.
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Pleasant working condition Niagara Qrclo-Mawag Units ka Ow (

ATJa tic 7-1550 Air-conditioned full :details .' experience office. Give and I Southwind Motel) 50$ COLORADO AVI".VUR PHIL' DORLOS BO, SIMMONS DIAL ATtaiile 7-2262

and ask"for the Write reference Box In I, -first c/a bruartNewt. lette*. I I VS. NO. 1 STUART TELETOONtl :2874TfS STUART, FLORID ASSOCUTES MEMBER )ILS6B

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&(I. >BStATE. FOR SALE 190 tstl I *ill By be 14M.-w.it is<6,300.000 evpected.college there I. THC ffUART (FV B) istWS tlwrMhy, Jab3.. 19ba 7.B

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I [Saerificfe Never Before Offered L Ai .. ..wNVTIV -/ t'i: SOCIAL NEWS

Must Ocean THM! dBUXTT jriWUP*. 1'0.-HT0V
/dl to !River Hutchinson NtKTt* '>01 >T\, lII'r'TKI

? 3000'on Ocean Over mile I THC )
T a IIID'. j
- of WI Office: AT i t5s MESS MARY ,
frontage on Indian River taHi l.tNOS-VY.: ; SIKH; I I .1 Mr I
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71 deep Paved AlA $150 per front ft.- Vofm ; TOH.. !i
All III \'Or Ih- tCrtolP.t '
w Terms-Will Divide-Offered only thru: N.n ....\\11.. rt-rt I1h"'d.and d."-.

- M. V. NELSON OuIrM I I.1m.,.. .nr. dPmandrw .
t REALTOR h. .In.'
Stuart MIA /rr of t x
M. R. NELSON, Awwlate ('ounh rts r..., :'v, r wS
ELLEN M. KfLSON, Amocial 'Inrld'. 1f1s Ye .1. MI..r't.
T-h. lIonl I"lurld." .. erwltt .I Ixl.I I the...I..nd"rIn."th. nrapubllratlnn ','., h
tin N..II.. Korb'halm ,"
or '' 't b. In writIn. -
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THINK or lb. rlalmui. and muni b.. ....\1 n I Isy
to be Ih* &. iircnt at- t Mw, .
t. rn.r. or I* .d'l.n I '. tnr: aciAW 1
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RALPH HARTMAN JR. oMInir itt'"- to Ihle taw It day ,,f J...... A.1'It .' ,
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..REAL ESTATE R INSURANCE (iiyVB'?Iav el'lch' !..NO"4,6tottTNAeoY,' ;; i : ; 1

f ild P..IIf.n"P'J:!,..1..UI'Irub. r
r E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-1600 Mluart I wt
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W. B. TILTONREALTOR UVOK: J1IBIM: .f.\IIKIIL.r>*tndantii, k ik I "Y, ,.i' .
fly f\lu\ { bt WtlLot Kxvulloiiud :
In .. + ,
my out or the \'Ir."lIltl'.r 'I
1''a...,yt.et .I....... K. I t lr 9 ,
Fro It aa.-
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kIUtai4* -jltyon Blbtn. .ttMt.d :
I \nvj-thbry't., 111$. Ihl: Jiuldtiwntit .;
Jensen '*tioh Mid. i>x..riitlan w"** iMuwt
Beach, Florida AT 7.1411 II bMn'rnrgrA In Ui''' f IrouU: rourt :"
Jon lko iif, I stove .l I.vlPd t on .al IIl J t
,l.litf: 4UW unit hit{Oat or thfMttfnvkrd 'I 1n 1nJk
"presents" 'bin+[ Jn and: D, 4I0ekilt roFlH) !n,,1,J"yc. *1* .:
,'rbi4| P ( Incut*!) In t.run AL
("ouniy, rlnrWa' ; tewlu. : AIRS I.Al'RKNCK Al LEN PRICTuckerPrice t
It Nelv 2 Bedroom Home of Distinction t j' :
Tn* North tt of *( k. Ctntfin
(Irani MI. d..M.>rn,.>*.f lit nrrirtal' ,
large corner lot hi S1tl ne Height' = 2 Bath = Hteora hank 11.' /Dmeo f 7 i IMIh Rites
*.at..rly 1 too /*....t or thaNorth
Florida Room- \VaU-lo-\V Carpet Ill-il Murk ... 1.1 ,..... :
fa every room Marble Silk 2-Car Closed Garag :
Kntlo 1a h *fhr 41v.a that: nil _
with Work Shop Cntralllo' Water Heat All \Vdn*>dny th* IHIh.iUr or lulv i

insulated Over 1800 tq. ft. Furnished Prfc i' A.and 1014 hlwn I;sae trM.aoum t/ nf'JO.,'I00 A-il. .Celebrated SdtUtdaU ,
tit.. I .
$20,000.06. |'ton In KKl.l d"t f at flint dilbr I
?l'>v'iit.i1:lf trfIN n'1llW.':: .

2. Three Bedroom Family Home ,, .and.t ne Jay lb..nld>vBlbln; lit Ilnwatd and 4m':tU\ nr.kie*auv* Mini Patricia Gail Tucker and! many.

Urge 100 x 225' Lot, 54 elevation overlooking duKTIbnl proiiorty, at lMbllr Aur- Laurence Allen Price ixchnngcd, Parents! of the cmiple art Mr, : hot
tlon: to lh" tilaht bldilcr (or rout 'and Mr*. Jame L Tucker. Rio
Indian River on Skyline Drive 2 TOe Bath to m4l-ry Mid xcuUon and all I wedding vows In ccremonici at the
co t":, ,Trailer Court and .Mr*.. Kathcr
FtrlplaVin Living Kborfi=; Large Dining Rootn=. Jvn. undor; my tan T and ...I I Church of the Nirarene Like ine M. Price Bangor, MI i ,
Only $3,000.00 down, Price $17,000.00. thin I I
Decoration irt church
n.\KKR.: "ItRlP'''' lb sere I
/ Rev Howard War kit
(1tUli.r.AWUi( >A I p.pi. "fhe: palm at the altar .1\4. tandeli I Ii ", .
3,. Skyline Drive 'I ifomesite Pub.- 1r 2. I, performed the double ring cere- bra. i .

Do. you want l the preen and a beautiful view .of -., ."" .t.. i Mr*. Marian Bafnqan Nat orI' w.
the Indian River Do you want to live la a restricted ..th[ ESTATEFiR' S LE I"L gunist and Arnold Price \Nan *OOH!

area? Do you want a bargain Large 125' K; 125 Lot, ) .d:. ._ __ IHl. '
Prlclj '." . Given in marriage'py'ner/ ( /tali.(
$3,000.00. 1
er, the bride wore a uireeMength.'
I toWn of while chiffon with a bod. I I
i 4. Ocean to River Frontage100' Like.Neai.2, Years Old Air Conditiorted ice of white lace. Her ifluv'on' veil r .. r a.H/ ., .
x 1500' Just North Stuart Bridge Price felt from a "crown nl tjhftr( pearl, )'
3060000. Ely Term, 2 KcUrooiri, Florida' Room CBS- i She canted a bouglicn'ot'' white 'f it!
orchid i .. :... 'JI.o.
J PHONE 287-1411 or 287.4144 Completely furnished South Jensen Home A elMer of the* rWo.'jib. Carol ., : .i.':1 ''1'''t. -

near Indian River. Nicely landscaped lot. She Murphy wore( a wa/ mint*' matron-of-hoqor.greort tllli drei) ?,r J .. .. A.: .: ''

t WE SELL THE EARTH First time covered with white 0011,H"r bouquet MK. ANa MRS HK1IAK1) l1.A'\'lUN I CiAl K i j"ltll"( h Rlcou
$13,000.00.)() Excellent
I f-l m!) ( wa of pink carnation r

-- terms Palm MiU Beach;harkxte., Arid( Mis OamhV ii.| Cindy Johnson Wets-t Miss Judith Ann Eno Becomes

r Indiantown were bride",maid..
RIVERFRONT ESTATE They wore drewe of/ pink ilk I
HOVf C. MURPHY) Realtor covered with whin lotf.'anj wrist

cortiger of ''whiUtCtfnalkHivServing Bride of Richard Clayton/ Gale

FOR SALE AlA, Jensen Beach AT 7-3340 : a* Mt'JmltU'WIt". Rich
ard Price, "brother of the bride*
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groom and! Ihe ushers ''were I Jne I ixchunged! and the Brideunafd MK..
Wedding vow were mum family pew wen were tCathyBowlinf
I 200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful Savage, Miami: End Vincent T. by Judith Ann Eno and Richard marked with white satin how and Winilw-Sal'in, N C
Broad St. Lucie River Anenault. Wr.f Pytm'.Beech. Clayton Gab In ceremonie at the! pink sweetheart' root andIM. Canduce lUre They

Waterfront.. Homes Acreage Mn.For Tucker her daughter'chow' wedding,j I Pint Baptist'' Church Saturday, the orfunwl., Mr*. Mild lace. wore dr .' Identical. to that of
a She aqua June 27 at J p.m. The R,v. lot ccompuniod the i oloi i'I l, Mr, U- the maid of !honor Their bouquet
l' ... drew covered with1,, tic*.
< Within City Limits of Stuart J; mi M. Watkins officiated at the met II. Wright, who tang "At were of "pink rosebuds and Ivy
a yellow chrysanthemum ( .

double ,, hive.
ring ceremony Dawning l .Ik au..., and "The
j City Water Following the ceremony, a iteeptlon The bride' parent' art Mr. aril Wedding!, Prayer," Mr*. Wright I Nan Deborah torn, daughter of Mr.
wa held In the church Mri. Albert f. f no, Madison Avf" aunt of the bride.. arid Mrs Frank Zorn, wits flower
; An Original Florida Home social. halt .. flue and the parent of the hrld*. Given in marriage by her faihtt. girl She wore I drew of tucked
and Serving at the reception were groom are Mr. and Mra. Smith the bride chows a full-lcnjth| white orianu with ruffleof, kin
Well Kept Spacious Mr. Fl yd! Powell Mr.. .I towardMink. Ciale; Film City gown of pure nlk organia. The over pfak 'taffeta Her heelpieceWM :
The church was decora led wlhpiim ( t pink h<>w with ,niiitchiniBeit
Iv Mr*. Marble Oarnble Mt$. btxlice featured' a scooped neck
Nice Guest Cottage H o : Howard Warwick, and Met Carl *. ha'kel' of while bni: line with a yoke of alcncon Ian tulle,

: 5: i ,, IXNigla gladioli.I _di Hi< and...chrywmh-_ : 'adorned: with tiny need pearl, and man woo John W Au, >
\ 3 Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. For her.trtvelin, ; itttt$.to gay wrflt1oInt/ .lrt ". A lace dclii hitrp; ushers were Robert F.rhardt.
Well Landscaped With I tona Beach, (fht bride:; wore a.JH J jll\ JUDY f.. (f IloNoMi'd cascade. was down each side, of the Pompano Beach: Douglas E! Rush
wilt of light Woe wltN t while orchid front pKnel of the gown which James Dclxmch and Iced Red
Large Lawns and Many mrwge.The Bride-elect Judy Pro wa* "honored / had a full skirt ending In a chapel!
I with a shower given' by )Mr. I dish.For
: Beautiful Trees and Plants "Sert lct Means So Much"LOCKHART bride I I. a Ja4Uatf. Martin Frank l Derek and Mr, Frank (rain. her daughter'' wedding!
Cml"' ''. High$ 1 of Zorn at the Zorn residence The'" four-tiered bouffant Vll I lj Mrs, FRO choM a pate "hue dacron
Bell He* BuMnrMtbl" Ir.w"f' onMadison wa* held by I oue n', crown et 1 I sheath drew with a low draped
Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 REALTY Palm Beach in which\ t"lf she Ie JrtM Avenue 2) on Tuetday eve tiny seed "pearl. Her bouquet WMI neckline forming asp ,lefV(" with
; employed by the dry.iuor/trv, }ik f r Cim wcfi ,' and* white orchid with stephanotis matching .c",,,,,,_ Her ",OrqF
See Your Agent ec Pbo.eAT' sm.dJj husband I Is a grtduAlc W IMfMMe. fUytd a prlrewas and latin have I wa* a white orchid.
I : PpiNT AT 7-1777 SthooJ.W ., won by Air. Ruth Payne, Mr*. Gale chow I hid i
.2b07 AT 7.J232 ( ) llJgh K m. Who hud traveled from Went Vir Mill Margaret Coo, slitter of the I an 01 L
r-F lust" '
hi / th, 'M .sheath dre4 with matchm
K/t iickct.
\ WHPalntjf (
pJoyeJ.hy ( |
"-:. tt (u., ginmor.. Ihe wedding.. bride, woe maid of honor, Shewore
-- I gch. A and white Icofll'flrln.' "ih* 11'10W(1l"
V !-- 'iJ Tha reffe'hm.nt table woo
.., .! .. orated with,' white lace and pink cotton: with I K',ped neckline Following an the comage ceremony: a re*
CI10N 12 acceMurjr! Pink pooch!.and beautifully I and capped tines. Her tiny
"L Ception wa held at| Ihe T'I *
SAM RHODES decorated tandwkhet: >nd halo beaJpnf' : matching/ "material Restaurant.
hl petit four were erved.'. The Kower held a tulle circular veil Her The tlrltJ '* table was coveretl
: gifts were piled on hw of a bar bouquet was a cawade of pink with, a cloth of Italian bee net.

I1r Iir .hecue..... grill the gift of the 1Io-I. leave rosebuds, Mephanorle and .that and centered .with a Ihrte-'I<<...

KT wedding cake f topped with; miniature
Dlniut4 8'JSY bride/ and brMetjronm Three
ranch silver candelabra with

/w. .M iro Alr xt o 20 AGHfLS-3 BUnKOOM? 1 IIOl1t! f: 4hlte Ft.1 l taper arrangement were on if other white akl.I

$$13,300. d iile. and*; Mock; were ufJiUontldeonralion /

!Serving at the reception Mitt
Mite Carolyn John"", Mrs Pbyli |-
,g I il"( ,v CHOICfe BUSINESS CORNER (.ocler. Mew Bonnie Hitilw*.
8 "In. Barbara and Mr .
+ llcndry *
f1\1i 1 r s'II fsa $$15,000.IIUTCIiiNSON Beth Rawhn Attending the brkle't
... Y wok( wa* Mm Miriam *<.Ie' Ii+-
I V tar of the bridegroom
,.L. ri r For her traveling outfit to MIami -
ISLAND (Riverfront
-.r/ I and the Key, the !bride chow
$100. foot an apricot print drew with match
per ing linen hat and whit. Ic.euorle"

The Valley ForgeIN Her corsage. was the orchid from
her bridal
bouquetThe ,
IoN ifelGlnS Beach :. {:.: CHOICE ACREAGE Wide to a graduate of
LEO $. .' 4-t'.; Martin County High" School and
BfiDROOMSrt $495 Acre attended palm" Beach Junior Cot*
3 TWIN '
L ANSWERING SERVICE MOVES TO NEW OUA1&Ttftg per .ege and Indian Rhea Junior College.

She i 1. preentN empkiyedl at
2 BATH ROOMS I WMT .* .,. ..... Aa. acid. i
01t WHOM fr. *t *** trkc hiMtr ftCMMtraykStrlct S 1fCII'dMe4 the> First National Bank
ebie fW I feW "... Mr. mt Hn. DM Chit (HrrirvlM KetWtiJireK j fw J led.Ia. Ask Us YolBe Glad You Did Her h tl land la alas a graduate
bOUilLfi SIZE. CLOsl ETSJ of the local ,h achnol Me served
o ; II .... 2 B..fc H. M 1. aU 4 mt add ky Cart ... ),,,.. .,..,, for tfJ.MJU Mr. M..* wttt I lour' year In ni the electronic March

J; FULL DINING RdOAl t ..erw. WI .>.ar.i tt .*. afc... it bcacH .4 NIA afc. ..... ...... of the U. S. Navy and at present
I :/Jail .a employed by Florida Power and

K BREAKFAST BARs12,50000 = Let ifs List and Sell Your PropertyBRUNER'S =- ; Pc'Kttlu'tot LJfbt Out-Company.t.lown guest were Mri

n Titer Wright and Mr, Oroynne
C....... A'*% (KIWI free tit .Nartd. tank Payne. both of Spencer W. Va;

HOUSE OF REAL ESTATE Realtors AT 7'251AT 7-3JW AT 7-4121 Mr. a a d Mr*. James BowlInL
I Wiiwon-Satem. N. C. MU
DAILY' 1M DON XKtXLY: ii 0i WIU1AAH ; Phyf
Iii Cotter ilutmli Mrs. Belt Rawlrw.
PHIL aiKEK.: SALES )1A. ACDl m.f'1l.I-f I1MI : s Of1flj i'eyIJA11W' WAY PHONE. 2I'Mm iriLui ftoIY f.i '
: u I It Robert Prharrfv Pwripawr IleacU .

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I' :."MTTO, .'. STUART, (>1a.) NEWS TbmwUy, Jay 2, 1964 1


_MRS DOROTHY McAlABtER, Cormpondent 597-1557
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Teen Club Names Officers; r

;, Still Needs More Members ;I,''

The Teen Club held its regular The club agreed that meetings H A s {
"yvlsrn neettog a group Friday of night about, forty June was 26,I I would be held the first Friday i in
present. In the absence of the I every month except for special '
raideD, Sparkle Dustin, the vice occasions. The counselors present
'resident, Earl Gordon, presided. were Mr. fend Mrs. Charles Cov I
to purpose of the meeting was ington Mrs. Howard and Mr. and .
elect officer for the month
Mrs. Earl F.ricson. Erlcson.! the
June through December. Those new Civic Club president, and his i Southern Star
Heeled were: Bill Martin presi wife are giving, much of their timeto A&P STORES Wilt BE
I, ,dent; Eugene Adams, vice presi the teen-agcn and the promotions t'' j J CookedCANNED Whole I
;dent;; Juanell Prevatt, secretary; of their club and are concerned .
Sandra Mixlon, treasurer, and over the lack of recreation CLOSED All DAY
)plena Payne sergeant-at-anne, and recreational facilities. The j or C Shank

*with A Alan report Proveau was given at his by assistant.t b* presence co-operation of all at teen-agers all, club functions and their !x SATURDAY, JULY 4" HAM Butt Half
record committee and a dance was would be appreciated by all the :

discussed.. counselors and the new officers.A : BE SURE TO HAVE ENOUGH BREAD, Half

PERSONALS birthday dinner was given at MILK, EGGS AND OTHER ITEMS ON i lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. dem the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank i HAND TO LAST THROUGH THE WEEK.ENDI!! 5 can$369
arts have it guests their daughter/ Prevatt for their daughter, Juanell, lbe..e Ib . .
wbo sixteen June
Virt. Charlet was on Sunday :
Mock and the I it ****************.***********************
granddaughter, M Is. Loiaannc 28. Guests at the dinner were Mr.
Mock, from Fort Myers. and Mrs. V. R. Beard ley and ALL FLAVORS
\ 'The J. E. Beach family left June and Mrs. Mac Roberts and daughter
19 for Leesburg, where they will Donna and Mrs. Row Armstrong HI-C DRINKS SPARE RIBS SLICED BACON BROILERSJust
raide during the summer month Juancll't grandmother. ,

f Congratulations to Lytelto Me A skating party for the junior
Mister who celebrated his twen department of the Sunday school Let's Af\ lb. 3'9 2 lb. 77 Right 33
ty-seventh. birthday on Friday, and Training Union daises will Eat Out I lb. Tpy, C ,pkg. C pkg. C For Barbecue! lb.
Fine 26.Mr. be held Friday July 10. The skaters
C and Mrs. Richard L Chad- will leave Dunklin Memorial 3 it QQt C Ready to Cook Boneless Super-RIghr Slk d Vacuum Packed Cap'n John's Frozen French Fried
Baptist Church at 6.30: on a large "... Aw. 10-oz.
Wick ten Ross have, who for a i.week''Islt Mrs. Chadwick'l Run i in truck Golden and Gate.go to the skating rink cans Turkey Roast : 95c COOKED HAM o a 99c FISH STICKS ...3 10
Mr and Mrs. E. B. Wilt of

1>aseball The Hate's team Dairy, enjoyed Little an League i ice Tampa Mrs. Archie were the Cox guests and of Mr.family and, A&P Apricots, Grapefruit Sections or J BIG STEAK SALE!
i xeam before last
part a game Deborah and Charlie, for the past

week.Mr.. and week.Mr. F.S. PEACHES
Mrs. Sanford Charles
and Mrs. Richard YoJcr
lockecharlie are the proud par and children, Carol Ricky Beverly >
i nts of a daughter, Rhonda Faye, Sadie and Roxanne left Sunday '
born fix> pounds Sunday,fourteen June 21.ounce.She weighs The for Cocoa Beach to take Danny GROUND CHUCK e lb. 59c SWISS STEAK a . lb. 79c,
Ray Tucker home after ho had

Tuesday baby and, June its mother 23, from came St. Mary's horn. visited them' for two weeks 4 lib 9 9 C MINUTE\ CUBE . lb. 89c DELMONICO . .. lb. 1.49
Hospital in West Palm Beach.Miss Judge 'W C. Caveny enteredSt.

home after Vickie two weeks Slocum vacation returned in Beach. Mary's Monday Hospital for in surgery.West Palm cansHEINZ RIB, boneless e ,. e .i+. ]lb. 89c CHUCK STEAK . '. lb. 45c >

Albany, Ga. Pan of her vacation Congratulations to Mrs. Mary
she spent with her grandmother, Cox who celebrated her birthday VALUES STEW BEEF e e r . lb. 59c GROUND BEEF . .lb. 39c
Mrs Annie Mae Slocum, and the Sunday, June 28.
test with friends. Her parents, Mr All Meat VarietiesHeinz .
and Mrs. J. B. Slocum took her Mrs. Carrie Snipe has been in Holiday Special CABOT BRAND BRIQUETS
Op while on vacation and brought Okeechobee Hospital since I a s t
her back after spending the week. Monday for surgery. Soups
end with friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Snipes ale o
Mr:'and MrvRi! 'tS."Bftctfand blared! their fourteenth wedding I INCLUDING CHICKEN NOODLE, 1045 oa, 37 CHARCOAL ? 89Holiday
son Donald, came back to I Indian anniversary Wednesday, June 24 : BEEF ("R. of MUSHROOM cola C
town for a visit in their winter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Maxwell bag
borne. The Beaches reside in Lees. and their children Becky, Rich ALL VEGETABLE VARIEIIES: _
burg during the summer ard. !Ronnie and Sharon, 10V4-M.
M..... Rosa Armstrong of( Belle Thursday July 2, for wlllle.v.Jacksonville HEINZ SOUP. ................. 2 ran* 29c Holiday/ Special/! SULTANA BRAND
I/ Glade visited her daughter, Mrs. where Mrs. Maxwell's fam '
I Wanda Prevatt, staying over the ily resides. HEINZ STRAINED T\ I o"O O s-ib. Ff Ff C'

J weekend., I Tommy McAllister left Monday BABY ODm....._..... 8 a 89c I L 4-oz.
from Orlando to visit his I cfc
( grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey i or eans <& cans oo
: $mokey Styt McAllister in Hosford. Tommy Tudor lO-o N.R.

{ '" LOTS fORE5T 5Ti2II FIQE5 E ou'T! ; after will their return vacation.with his parents BEER or ALE.. ...... ............... 12t 169 Holiday Special! MARVEL BRAND ANIL LA, CI HOC. or STRAWBERRY
I Mrs. Maggie Priest returned "Su r.Rlaht"

1\ required home hospital Saturday with surgery.a after broken Mrs.a stay hip Priest" In which will tho LUNCHMEAT........................3'::: 100 ICE I MILK I 1A 2.gal. 39Uekullotl C,.

I L be confined to bed for a coupleof Our Own Special Puck
? carton
ter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prevatt and TEA BAGS ... u .,. .._ 64:49c;

daughter, Juanell and Mr. and ...... .. ._ .. ..
.:roawI. Mrs. Mac Roberts and daughter :----- ----- -- -- ----- 45 JANE PARKER
Donna are leaving Friday morning
for Watvjn, Ark., where they m ,u
will visit Mr. and Mrs. N. L. plAp PLAID q
J Roberts.Mr. sra> !i .5 sTA s r ; ,.,, PotatoChips a 49

I.;: t. S61.715 and Mrs. Chrrlcs James ,wld ua cawsw sw.olw nl.AFF GYe. Ma PYRLN YI I
'' reful'campers bat 1090% and family, Unda and Paul and Mtl.o-Blt, Amu., Pimiento or 11 I Ann hie Imitation t lq
.;: Roy McLaughton spent last! weekat pk't # I IG
Marathon in the Keys. A day SSEiJI'EU! 12 11-010'49' 25c I ? t
was put aside for traveling around M

to"I': \ Aa'l a tivity Key twenty-six-pound West.was Most fishing.of the James grouper-veck's caught ac ;. ..n..l_.:=:: : -I.: :: t.I s+ __: ::::..tart I:.,..Mao. .least--j:

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Miss Dixie of iiii iiir----- --- --
Stanley Boynton
.. : Beach was the guest of Mr and ] ..
.. Thursday.Mrs. Perry Miss Brooks Stanley's Sunday parents through ;txbI PLAID a ;.:.;. PLAID : 1.Itrs

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stanley, STAMPS Br.UIPS !
I took her home on Thursday nl, c.Y..e ..., ........_ .1 tnh .b.. c_ ..__ .. .: \VESTERN TOP QUALITY VINE RIPENED
Our Own >\'glUiniburgcr,India OB!ItNS'fAN'f

HAVE A SAFE TL\ JoN.jar 69c I RELISH or SWEET 11_Jar. 29I C6s ".i" CANTALOUPES

sees rel, JYIr s. Mw f a sl j L. Ur July S. Mia. t ;! .
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TAYLOR'ASHLEY i.I II ul.AC.wO.sed .->tn .! tkl. C..4 Hcbu; ..- M X-_!!:' Help Keep RED RIPE '

SALAD 2-1h. CIDER quart America StronWlUk
MUSTARD jar 29 C I VINEGAR bottle 39 C..: ngufarJyG..a with
Hartford win provide family)ms Auto with lasermce broad Ike Frl, Mk4-al Mm Fri, J""lr a. M.-14 !!i uSas y ss BONDS Watermelons I 69c, u
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protection t tubslantlal wtap .. :WQKJI.. :..
If you have a good arty -....-...-.-.......-.-:_ -- ----
tng record. And with the Hartford r5i PREMIUM SALIL>ESSTARMST pkG 29c COFFEE
sane on your policy there r..s.. 'IW...... i4fos.
need be no doubt about the I i "I! UGlrfl\l&\TlIJNA.... alii 35 C MATE i iBLU'6
quality of your hfturance. .... A
CUB our office now to tee If I.'IiiI ...... .. 61 C .., ., .
you qualify for saving on the I ; I'I With n.. Cww w1 PY..hn..f CORN! OIL 1-H\ u.o1. 83"C. .
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heed' auto kuiunuic< yea can \ Ana Pails rURGARLNE' .. .. .,. 39 J "

buy! ATStuart i' SAUCE auti .. 12-01.buct. 29c I NtSI1.U: QUIKCHOCOLAIK 1-tb. 45 C J\R 600L .. .. .49c 1
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, 2872440i>MC nUAtti.R. 4:0 AT S.7.2166 IEDERAL HIGHWAY STUART"Service Lemon Juice I Woodbury Soap I Dixie Cups I Frozen. prinks Dressing sal S. Federal Fhvy-.'

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the p ..tjo'of her home now, but it formerly graced an exhibition FIGURE OK A SMALL BOY, done from photograph taken AN MHJCAIIOV: IN MELDING hud lo !be acquired I by Mr*. \\(/ HGUHK.S- the name of thin aluminum''' composition' of
Mrs B. kutacl' NcwtM'. Her dog 'four Paw, can: lake it or
in New
Museum of Art
of her work at the Metropolitan "
will Newell the The Horn Blower
around the turn of the century, eventually be cast' in bronze. before composed'
York City leave il.

Jupiter Island's Artist-Sculptor, Mrs. E.K. Newell, :


:- ; Calls Busts of Renowned Dr. Pap 'A Labor of Love'err :

By EVA CAMI'BKLL: : Tent. One of the butt in at-1 I Al Mrs Newell lust one mien achieve: the! poetry of limelewnet I adelphiti School of Industrial Art.
ready in the Pupuiticolaou Institute how lit the Lynn (Cottier (,lIlItr- in her work, "In thin day of nail She found her way to this area
Martin County h.u a permanent of Cancer Research in Miami. The lea in New York, she exhibited I ery and too much: of everythingin I through smite l ICUtlllin., Mr,
_ year-round artist of consWcrablo other arc slated: for the Cornell I seventeen wall sired l"alOllIllInd/ general there I li Mill room at { William F Price, longtim win.
national fame in Mr*. E.: KUSM) Medical School of New York and I many metal sculptures.: 1 hI show the top," she "'Y" referring to her l:1 ter resident/ of Palm a Beach
Newell. By those "in the know" in the headquarter of the American wa reviewed by all New York style of art Ihe critic are happy
art circle, she is held to possess Cancer Society: in New York ('rty. i! newspapers, and not one unfavorable ,, I lo agree with her.
talent among the greatest of our Iho brilliant "DiKlor: Pap" posed comment was lo be found'i Mr. Newell wa born and edu I VALENTINE'SIMMK
time. She i il a master of many fur Mr*. Newell while he wa* Mill 1)ricKI of all the review caU-d! in Philadelphia. !She studied
techniques, her work being almost Cornell University, prior to going of the Gotham life Climlc, whose at the Pennsylvania Academy of' < A RI.COR1) SHOP
It equally balanced: between sculpture: to Miami lo head the Cancer critic wrote; I I vie An for MX year, and among J24 Fmit (k.... Blvd.CLOSED .
."",; and planting. Research Center there "I 1 his h an Impressive. exhibition I ninny, other prizes and scholarshipsshe ." I : ALL fAYVsIlNYADAY9
She live a very quiet life of aj- -- -' --" that ,Jill. l both roars! of the gallery woo the Cresson traveling I
must complete teclusion: on Jupiter with an arresting display! of nholarHhip. She Mudied! also at I
4i I Inland; i'I usually up and about \Lock Opening Interest' t.IiIJtI" items.'" An "tntcllvc-: Ihe JTianbrudke Academy. Art Peglnning May tth
b't her work ty 6 a.m. every day Set for July 6 dial awareness I I. clearly demonMrated I .in BloomlicUl! Milk" MI h. Sri I Fir IM Hummer,
Her comparative solitude! .h interrupted ', and undoubtedly It a major laugh! for t lime tar at the Phil-
I only occasionally:: whenthe Boil traffic on the C !ixvw4hatchee factors in the .rt""IIII""lIenl.1 -- --- -
must leave for gallery; .bJb- River will begin using the ally sound capabltiiie. SyrnNlhl'"I' ----
its i in New York or elKwhcre.Her also play a vital! rule.
I yard is a showcase of her new SJ.t>IIO.IIOO( navigation Kick: with forceful color: and a fertile I
talents, the bird and an occasional al Olg on July A, it has been announced imagination contribute effectively ,
wildcat the only audience to the : by Major George L liarman. / U> the tremendous Impact of the
many object of art In metal I and deputy district engineer for show Don't miss it!"
granite which are sprinkled about. U. S. Corp: of Engineer, they were alto Mitfickntly: im t
i, $sss ,t'G ) Husband Ted. .he lay*, i Is the The fifty-kii-fool wide and 4N( >. pressed" with one of her scull ah Salon
one who really suffers the moot foot long navigation/ lock in I part street oils to reproduce U and ear' Beauty
over her almost complete aubmertion of a multi-million, dollar Improvement ry it on their cover
in the world of canvas platler of the Caloouhiitchee: Rivera Mr*. Newell'i work| veer from
.' metal and' the various tool; of .a floodway channel: for the pure abstract: to clone representation Ul WU'I.Il.'t.N Open Monday 20 K.OCEAN BLVD.
,. '. '. \ her trade. As for her beloved Central and Southern llorida I but whatever her style' or MI.L WALTON
1 dog, "Four Paw," he: really l l Flood Control Pro}act. Improvement technique: her woke teem almost t PALI INK:'\/ 1FGN1:'\/ thru Saturday. PHONE:'\/ 2I7-44SJ
.. ; couldn't Care less, and only asks of the channel and construction U' talk. She strive, the eye, "to
\ 1 that he be permitted lo continue of the kk: tea in with the .
standing guard over his mistress I Army Engineer' program lo raise. I
h ya, .
? ( + y *' t t while the work at her never-end! the dike around lake Okeecho-
ing job of creative art. bet In order lo preserve greater r
Mr*. Newctl'i work! has beenehib"10 quantities of water In the liquid SWIM SUITSFor
widely that a completelist I heart of the eightccn-couniy: flood
of the credit of her exhibition control project. Improvement ol
would be impossible. Such: a list the (CaloiMahalchce River channelwill '
however, would include the Metropolitan permit the Army Engineer to That BIGWEEKEND
Museum of Art, New better regulate the lake and gel rid
York; the Academy of Natural I of floodwaters
Science: in Philadelphia, and theI. 'Jff
S. Kavdin Institute of Permtylvania. !
is GOING:< UPThe.
I found Mr*. Newell reluctant:
"[ CAN ONLY THINK BIG," say Mr*. Newell aa she works on her temi-ab. .lract painting "TbMatriarch. to talk about herself, generally U S. Army Engineer Oittrict SMART STYLES THAT
." The sire of thi work !bear out her Matement. peaking, but one point about Jaiknonville., announced on
which the wa harpy to speak Thursday, June 25 that work had TAKIi; TO SUN OR SEA t
was the "labor of love" he performed Marled on the double-leaf bancule
A Mtfgcoo ba auccceded In removing -I About 61'per cent of adult ot BOOKMOBILE STOP when the did tbre. ver pan at Jen cn Beach: and warnedall
the cornet from rabbits' the U. S. wean eyeglaueil, cum-: CHANGED: sauna of the butt of her very dear veMcl using the Intracoatfal YiwH .h. Ihe "HcHe i l Ib* lUmV .In any one
eves, freezing them, and grinding I pared with England' 59 per cent The Mania County BookmobiU friend. the late Dr. PapanicoUou Waterway lo exercise! extreme caution of our tlerk-nillng swims. mk. and they're ,biHind
them to correct defective( vision.I stop .t St. Lucie: Villa. in Indian- : the great and gifted man in approaching: and putting, to mate a splash .In your Mimmrr fakhlun pfatiwt
In human this migTjt be (a improvement Thirty firms now mak ait.planes town from 11:45: a.m. Ii) '12:15pjn. : who gave the world the Pap Can-. I the *l.. during coiMiruetiun.
over contact Icoaa.. in JaplllLa. baa been dicontinued. In- --- '--'-- -. Our eye-eaKUii' coHntUm. of 1 brhthl-hiwd\ and
Mead the Bookmobile wll itop In aublle culon are dou...d. fur tun and "Iorl! seer

Q..II MORE FLORIDA FUN AT... I 41:45 Booker to Part 1213.Average :>kt.Roger Store fromI SOMETHING TO .

Matching( Jackets., Shirts und

temperature* in Can- SHOUT ABOUT! Skirts I Size 3046. '
ada are rising 'at a rate of about
three degree in seventy. year

cycle: Styles by e
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I and tranwniu a greenish Upt.I oi ROSB MARIB RBII)

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tu a *w race.ktkta ........ c.... 111 ora ,
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Community Church to Break Ground I t dolt; W. R. acne.Rtymod .

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THURSDAY For New Sanctuary Sunday July S I 0,... and PJ.... One*. husban
M Xa1. and I*. Truman Tfcad aced R0h

...... :ia= ..... i I :, : etta Head, .Irs.ls.d. and wife an,
JR.. .... Community builder: RMDMII THlon cf lrm.n lane Head oomptoim for equita
1 itawli. .g111a1MNti.a Mo I ONarch wB brat ground for n of Ite official board; thru Kalb .Me. lien; Oufhtenon and Oughtcr

t ....... ,..... '" .. .new tancttary on Swida>', MyS I VIet dMirman of die building. com ton
/ 1. A .... wet 1'dM 1511.{ .. .M-4 ...... M ) pM. i"4( R.v, Newt wi M.Tw..dy. Federal National' Mon aee AI

A IIt ...,...... Alt Tkttoc part .i. the eenmonv Mlhe pallor of die chwch.' tocution n. Ursula Nadmf Youp.Ct !

b A..M.. M1..i .... Rv. .- A. HaMs a4R I' lttv Hand h yuMMit of the M. flWfl/y NMVCliMBtY, Ought[
rl t ", A. $ **? La-writ,pa**"* fend 'Manly Coonty MMUrlM AMOriktfm. enon and Onghtenon.
.eei-1 ltlrr..1..- w TIa. MUMatt tfHtr K ft mm Hi* Prev R",w. L0vrie tnd Rev
: feferiM Chiijfcof Sraarc Rev .FtMk lure than been IiIIfIiIy miry Bank Stuart formerly' Peo\
rI. I A. A tlwad pwjaw ofVro ire of the lessen Be 1 dI-ComiMfriqr pin ibM of Snwn vs John
i. Carter and Bertha Carter.
.. his wife
ti'i will
'L \ Beach CNnmumty ChurdlK Chwch. They begttacslg
.. 1 I.tl *t lhrt and People Loan
>./-.-* ""- --.... 1 ,___.. IIE: Rev Lgyt FWfck. E. M Men of I .!tie Her* Tweedy faoa Company n
X.* ...**.. '........ 5I :.... 1. ML5 wlq r t Nttto CwHtrocWB Company. I vacation this summerThree Stuart. mortf e foredoMire: \\
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I: .. ....... is t 611-1 .---. IrlliI.L Circle Plans Attend Annual u09 MET WEDNESDVY
__-4 ...... 111:... ...++ thll+. .1.h.11V : -= ;=e Jensen Beach Lion Club hel.
._.._. 10.. Disk Conference
t. lwlwtw w--. UL.aI Covered Youth IH rrpilar mtttmt and dinner

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-" I ---.' AIH-.. ........ The dwell Circle> ft I Jew** DrbiIIe Miner, Karen DaHey on Wednesday July 1.
.. :: MONDTJM.V ... 'hen ,
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+ '" C"-- .... Jl nemNn mm* aad the pros" I
.... a.IDAI __ .t ...- .. Vlrv left Rkterfcoo. .te. fcror.-e d the Florida FeBowihip Walton League. was fuett weaker
r 1 X 1 w1I1. .. --1.: ; ..... l' tr Lila 11# w a.it a..1 the
This .
YsA AIa ......--.. t tww,tt.w-W 1 u+r.t'5 charge of d w mctte*. I of Ctwmmtfy' Churches, June 28tt V> regular meet!
t ... e1w..a... ,,_ log unta Sept 2, but ,
I.atlIra. board
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......... .. 1. "' III .....Mis ..... ...-.... I ,... I... on.- & of ......l, aaJ Mn. Mara Ala fklt. director meetings will! be hrk :
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w MS xh. Rev Newton Tweedy decreated
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Outstanding Books !'.,.' I DEEDS FIIirinI I

Added of Vista! Salerno Properties, Inc.M Lot it, block 19, section .1, Hibis-
to Shelves'I 1 Peter :Ilan+rn. 1 lot 20.( block cut Park SubJivl"lon. $6.000.(
'' f i iy Salwno. $700. I
I 1 V.+ra 'I' Tenrock Builders, Inc to H. B.
,, a -. Michael Harkins to Freeman ( ilklnProperty m loti 6 and
"Ehmjer, Shark, by Butler. A the benefit of human. in the t ; r T AYars, lot 14. block 2 pint I 7. block 5, Monlercv Subdivision.!
vti yclopdeia of shark twentieth century anil shows man AO'litNM of Revised put of Higha's $1.( 1IMI
W! .IMpludkl. PhYSical .ppear. both a* he is and aa he ought to t 'r'I 't ; t,.- Subdivision $6,500./) 1 Lathell Gordon to Haynes T.
.. kwalaan of sharks, migra- be. The famous Ftoticb wmer .. ) : ( WlWam I) Kigdon to Rnrl ('anII Gordon. Lot 8. J&S Pork Estates.SI .
tfin habits;; type of shark, deterrents the intermediary fat Zeua. I itr'l. Propertv in lot 75, Gome no.
and repellents and public "Return of the Long Rider*," is ,, I.,int. $8.WH) i W. H Wagner Company to
safety and first aid. A must fors"Tmmen. by CWf Farrell. A western' involving s J, C. Cre. et al to WAW Lwm-1! Lewis Hurtey. Property in lot 7,
skin divers, yachtsmen, a ;Mexican bandit aaJ the solution ert ,} "hA Building Sitpplwv Inc. \IrDn Hanson Grant. Sit,(ono.I ,
and fchermen. of a murder. 1 k il V) I) and 14. blockU. plat A of A. P. krueger to T. Knot, Lou
The Education of American "Waiting For the End" by sf:tiorw 5 and A. Uwoship 40 S., I 1106 inclusive block 48, and tort
Teachers," by Conant. This is an Fiedler. Aa analysts of Twentieth \ : .tM 'a raMe; )q E. S7. OO.I I 21 I to 26 inclusive block 30.
Important book for parents, administrators Century American literature and '; y' du I' The Hobo Stxind Company to Broadway Section of St l.ucie Es-
members of school iu water The title from a poem John Holbrook. Propertv in lots tale $100.lester .
boards, and Parent Teacher Asso! by William Empon, clarifies hit ,. r ii1 i,u, 1 It and I 12.: block 10.1\ he Island Reddish to Frederick
ciations. In it, the former president point of view: vhaU we jo all .4: i"t- Beach! Revised Plat N" 2. $h4- Lester Reddiih. Property in tract

of Harvard University ex- wild. boys, taste and make them ,'', (NNI. 9 Tropical Fruit Farms Subdi
amines today's grave academicproblem lend;, playing at the chjl'l. boys, ,r Frances Tiimrnlnto to VenncihiChnse. ; I vi i.i ion. $11.800.
and recommend tolu- wailing for the enJT An original Md I I.otVII., Hideaway Isles. Lewis Hurley toV.. H. Wagner
$ions, and view of the i ,,, '.h v i6 tt' t rt 1 S1StNk I Company. The east '4 of lot 9,
"Memoir of Zeus,* by Druon. American cultural situation. Coral I 'Qanltn l Dvtlopiricnif IWV l ; t I. James Villn. SI,80( .
rd to VmScM J. WaKH .
Now, after two thousand ," 1 -- -
years Star Called the Sue by r ,
and M. Michael 1 tlrennii. Lot t.
The national of blood
Zeua has written his memoirs for George Camow. A new book on system
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---- the incorporating all the ffajtkt prpvidt' protection; ;anywhere
tug have occurred since rotors plat 2. Slt >ih. In the1 U. S. for those/ in need of
advances that
the aithor't Cora 1 Garden* Development 1 i blood. L Transfusions are given to
r book publication"The irthofan Dduh of Corporation tu Anna Sicvcri. Lot 2. oo.OO) people annually) from
block ft, Coral flardcm Sub.division
M1 supplies" provided by blood bank.
the Sun. The author a )"'Ofn- c ( ,_plat ::!. $1.4X()(), __ j .
of at the University ,
.M sor physics tl I Jack Coslncr to Rotor J. {"hap."Ian. *
Colorado and writer noqcd for
of Lot I J. 2 and 3, block 17J,
his contributions in interpreting
science for the general 1 public, coven r Conner. $3,000.
I Jack Conner to RoNrl J. Chap
in this book the research on dR ,S 't .
n1ll1I.ot. 4 and k111: J."Incr. ,
the tun throughout the ages, the "W" Cl 1000. .a
solar spectrum, the solar' surface, .t} .
., Pet"..,.+etu..aoaYlsl. ., solar energy and stellar families. I I Rarcmkey.James. C.An Brtmwi undivldeJ to CMIhir.tInl..et leo C

.=OfIMfhll"." "VO :M On the River* by HavIghuntt. In Ion 14. 15. 16 anJ 17 1
IN' lip tAb comp''.'. idvw.tlMmtnt Waller Havighunt a pro block 10. Rio, SI. I ucie Subdivision t
chieklnf the como fessor of English and author of .+"" r I $*M). ,
IWIIM tint Mm you indnwH successful books on' America
tt to 'mvnroH many Jmes C. Barrows ti> Dart EIfiHlctlcr.
tells the story of three centuries An undivided onr-third
of transportation on the Mivsissippi limcmt in lot 14. I 15. IA/ and 17.
system from Indian canoe ti4. ''d"l block: .; 10, Rb St. Lucid Subdivision. '
to barge fleet. Hera are tales
v $'>00.Trie .
of famous steamboats and the men I Anderson el al to Roland
II' who ran them of roustabouts and 1 FOjar York. Properly In lots J4 For Summertime
of records, races and i -'
: passengers r '- # and 35. Jensen }Highlands PUt No.

disasters."Anti-Intellcctualism Good reading in American DR. MAXWELL KING, seated right president of Ihlt hoot Indian Junior College, Fort Lauderdule. anJ Dr James L Watlenbnrger 2, Arnold$9.000.M. Bauer David W I Beauty Visit .
Life" by Hofstadter. An extended River Junior College, talks over the agenda of the Presidents' director of the Community Junior College Division of the Slate to
liarrelt Loll 411, 49. 50( and 51 I,
CARL F'MMlkl.l1alt ; Council of Florida Junior Colleges at the Port St. Luck Education
... personal essay on the sntl- meeting Department of
B. 4th to.t. i) block 10. Cleveland! Second: Addi
ri riwM no i-nfs intellectual climate of the 1950s( Country Club with Dr. Joe Rushing, standing, president of Broward tion. $((,(10. Powder
**, II"V llMt evangelical religious movements, ----- --... -- .......r..w r Viita Sftlerno Properties( lac. to Puff

ClIIg9(101tttrueltt''U\lU,1'IC.!' the American ideal of businessmen practicality and among anti- Uyne. A survey of the F/uro- Power and Wealth," by Nossiter, !I hook, designed to help retired people I creative: proce.s. W.Vista J, Salerno.Rl. +thmck$600.. Lot 1 I. blqck T, I [BEAUTY[ 'SALON
; Intellectualism in education. The peon Common Market Community I The economics reporter for the make their leisure time rewarding i "Malgret't Dead Man," by Simtnoo. I !Lois A. Clarke and FJwarJ X.
author, a professor of American I clear: and readable. After a Washington Post here deals with I by truing how other people Malgret looks for the murderer Clinton to Charlenc M. Berry, JEWEL: CRIfF1111
I: .Ala"tow*appraacdtl *(.bwtatlinntd liMory at Columbia University brief history of the Common Mar- ,, the myths which have thwarted I have enjoyed their retirement in the slums of Paris I lot 4, bUxk JJ\( Ctolden Oat*. VIRCIK DAVIS-JOYCE LIRA

Ufa Insurance... won for his the book Pulitzer"The Prize Age In of history Re bt, the author discusses its political the ailcmpu to deal with continuing I I and developed gratifying interests. urchin $500.Hewie. Beahmln& June gal, W, ES'UIle

F3Il: ItW.I form published in 1955. implications and its effecton economic: and political ills Ina "Imagination." by Rufg. A distinguished the spiny ate like. those Subject.' t Lot A. ft Shepherd, bliKk 30.t 0 plat

I aiNMCATk UHSamtuKoi "The Scavengers by Knox: A the United States. The author nation that likes to regard it and influential educational at the Miami Seaquarium! tai,of InJ anurwn, $?.:Iq. CLOsm MONDAY for
MI Mrnvnr. onmi murder mystery in the Scottish bat been an official in the European self as an affluent dem+kracy. pioneer here ynihcii/es .wmhles a pin cushion because of I Nancy Hamilton' to RcnjnminP. / the Summer MonlhaNeU
I ar"rrr.rw.rarNamw"wanww .ah fishing industry. Economic Community forslt "101 Ways to Enjoy Your Leis- and interprets the theory and research lit many protruding spines.' The Harry. Lot 7, block 3, RuN'sUttl.
! "The Community o f Fiiirope" years. lire," published by the Retirement : on the pnychology of the"flash urchin: can move By means of Dilllo Addition $600./ Pwtorrice. AT 74913
.. Part Present; and Future by "The Mythmakers, An Essay on Council. A beautifully illustrated of Insight. Should he of I these spines' if necemnry but us-I L+til. of Carolyn/ A. Dyne 1 .... 1)30 ,...

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r ... NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Florida's vast network of canals. The Flood

: .:. .. AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS_ Control District, which is conducting the experiment 'S, "s y

A, .. of introducing the placid manateeto
labor in the U.S.A., hope that the creatures
I ... LARON H. CAIN Advertising Manager
I will cut water hyacinths and other water growthas 4

: MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.JO per year; two yean fast as it multiplies. They are doing so in

{ .. 38.50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) Indonesia! yr t tk

1'1." Anywhere else In U.S.A., $$00 per year, two years $9.50, 1

A{ ... Six months: $2.75. three months $1.75. THIS IS ONLY one more case! in which

.j i .- Foreign and Canadian rates on application mankind, the inventor of work has seduced ws

animals into falling into the trap, with the

1 ; "pay" in water hyacinths, peanuts, herring

But Not Fast EtipughtpJtleaseSoine rJ Parties speeds. hay or chicken feed.

t 1 AM INDEBTED to the National Geographic
,J Socialism's Gradual Drift Is Again Society which keeps up with such s

things, for a timely report on the "ammalina-

; ,Stepping Up Tempo in United States tion". situation Y's

A MILLION geese, it reports, waddle
ThiS! United Slates of America is gradually ploitation and oppression which generates fantastic through cotton fields in the south, destroying
f becoming more and more socialistic-under wealth at one end and {poverty at the
weeds more efficiently than a man with a hoe,
different label. other
mechanical weedcrs or herbicides
j The American people will not swallow There are minor details The Communist .

"' socialism under that name, as the Socialist Party wants a crash program to provide jobs
GEESE are also used as "watch-birds" in
: Party discovered in election after election, but "with preferential treatment" for all minority .
various ports of the world In Dumbarton, .M.L
,,;. call it something else! and they jo for it like groups taxation which amounts to confiscation Scotland, a gaggle of eighteen geese patrols the % ,
a herd of hogs cleaning up spilled ,rain. of all large enterprise, enactment of
sheas thousands of barrels af aging
.. As retired Admiral Ben Morrell remarked medicare, government aid to education free
whiskey. At the sight of an intruder, presumably
the other day in an address to the Association colleges expansion of subsidies to farmers, thirsty, the Mart cackling and
.. a network of roads in Appalachia and new big geese .
of American Physicians and Surgeons at the guards running. sr f ia. I
.'" electric dams all over the mountains there such
as system, : care: centers
"It is tragic that socialism has now become
AN AUSTRALIAN rancher has
sheep a
and a vast' expansion of "cradle to the grave"welfare
: :: the faith of most men." lust so Congress wouldn't forget, nine-year.old rhesus monkey that can drive a There Color In ClerodendronsAmong

; ..-. \ Thomas now approaching eighty' the Communist Party program is published in tractor, herd sheep and spread hay "Johnnie A-Plenty I

who was beaten by tremendous majorities in full on two pages of the June 3 Congressional is a careful driver," claims his boss "He never
six efforts u the presidential candidate of the presses the starter button while the tractor is
Socialist Party, recently lamented: "Here in record.What in gear" Johnnie! rebelled, however at being the many ornamental into November Although ,quite stem tip. of bright orange-red flowers of twelve to fifteen feet bach
gall! To demand the destruction of plants provided Florida gardenersby tender to frost weather, often dying ill flared wide at the base tapering jewel-like, crimson flower i is ne l.
America more measures once praised or denounced the free enterprise system to win the war on paid off in peanuts He insists on peanut' butter the verbena family, the showy back to the ground during winter to a narrow point at the ed in a glittering white calyx. After .
as socialistic have been adopted than sandwiches and soda pop. clcrodendron the semis shoots in and has resemblanceto the flowers the clusters
poverty! The Socialists couldn't do it as are perhaps it up new early top a striking drop, of/
i .once r would'have thought possible, short of Socialists, and the Communists can't do it as greatest asset Their colorful masses spring and by May is again covered a Chinese pagodaHorticulturists white turn a rosy pink.
Socialistic Party victory at the polls." Communists SODA POP is "coin of the realm" for monkeys of flower, the long blooming with its fiery cloak: of color recommend planting This member of the family docs
Socialists period (as much all eight monthsof A special that has recently been these beauties in a location well with only a half day's
; Noi. indeed not,we are not in the But the American people can do it and! in Malaysia employed to scramble up sunny sun,
United States-we are Republicans and Democrats cocoanut palms and toss down the fruit A the year), and ease of culture, introduced to Florida is the Pagoda Although\ they will grow preferably during the morning
are doing it by subscribing to socialistic platforms -
give them an unbeatable combination Flower (clcrodcndron pan- and bloom in a fairly shady spot, hours Propagation is by suckers
whose national parties have pilfered one in the "respected" political parties Thailand bank employ a monkey to test coins. of desirable characteristics: for iculatum). The name "Pagoda it is without enthusiasm Two applications around the parent plan( When
; by one all the principal planks in the Socialist The slide than The slrong-juwed simian is trained to bite into alludes the of the
long began more thirty any home landscape to shape plantas of a 4-84 or 5-105\ eight to ten inches tall, separate
a Party putform years ago, has been ,growing in momentum, suspect pieces. Phony coins dent; good ones The Glory-Bower (fcleroden-' a whole and especially to the fertilizer per year are adequate them gently and with as many
1 : Says Admiral' Morrell.: "The philosophy of imd in this year of 1964 the avalanche can be don't. He is allowed two coins a day to put elron fallax) is a .shrub to six feet blossom head One should be given in early roots as {possible!
individual freedom, until recently, has been sensed A nation can no more be a little bit In the Coke machine. high with large, heart-shaped leaves The rich green leaves are arranged spring the other eight to ten weeks In addition to their showiness,
: the solid foundation of our American way of socialistic than a woman can be a little and heads of orange-red blossoms along stems six feet highin later. Propagation is easily effected Clerodendrons should be valued
that rise! above them. This native a somewhat angular fashion by tip cuttings in July because they will in medium
: life free in free grow
as men a republic. bit pregnant Will we know it when 'benign"Socialism ELEPHANTS push teakwood! logs about in
of Java brings the real tropics into and present the illusion of a four- The Bleeding Heart Vine (cler- poor soil and are tolerant of wit air,
: "The crucial conflict of our times is between 'takes off the musk and ruthless Asia. An English garage owner has an elephant a garden Blooms burst forthon sided, rather square plant. The odendron thomsomae! ) is a shrubby making them highly desirable] for

self-disciplined: morally l l responsible Communism lakes over? named "baby" which serves as a tow truck each flush of new growth well blossom head, produced at the vine I which attains heights gardens near the ocean.
'1 individualism and coercive collectivism, functioning Not by those names. "Baby is more powerful und reliable than a ---- -

t under.disciplines imposed by the state" The signs and portents will be when an truck," he says And never needs her valves hicks
which The
preclude backtracking
people visiting IDPomciana
any we are
\ ,He makes it plain that, no matter how administration. Republican or Democratic! ground The second condition cited in might result if he drives initially I Gardens have a lovely

: s idealistic! its beginnings socialism inevitably starts enforcing socialistic laws at gunpoint, problem which" my suggestion! is to the firehouse yard, but you can't sit out and
leads to "despotic control of all human action with confiscatory fines and jail sentences A MANX cat was recently appointed the intended to resolve, or reduce to I have not discussed this suggestion enjoy the beauty because the insects

I :; by,a amall group of ruthless men History Opps, pardon us we forgot about the official mouser of Great Bntanis Home Of. I I' an appreciable degree with any of those for will eat you out of blood.
s shows that whenever a IP'OUP'of idealistic farmer, who wan fined $30,000 for plantingtoo flee. She is classified as an industrial civil v Let us assume that each of the whom it would be a matter for Our five children look like they

I Socialists, who arc reluctant to,use force, come notch: corn. And the "AD\I her" who had! servant and her annual salary of $36.40 goes to fire ,tleparimontit a.. morn ,in..conll d" liol1.,,\VSTU two demonstrated have smallpox. .
: into power, they are soon displaced by those his bones taken away from him because be feed the attendance, or available nearby, a spirit of civic interest I have learned' that they pay
to whom the use of force is not repugnant" wouldnt pay a social security tax It may' be kitty. The opinions expressed! are those to answer a fire Call and capable which provides reason to believe taxes. I cannot understand why
I : lie comments: "The President recently asked later than we think. of the writers. If desired, letters of driving the fire trucks). The they would:; participate in the P :an.relJard they aren't taking care of this
WHEN termites recently invaded the Na- equipment can then proceed, with You at The Stuart News In Harrisburg*, Pa., where we
Congress to exercise. its constitutional powers Well anyhow, we haven started exiling are printed above a nom de plume
litttle after alarm this idea as my brain-child, live they remove the for
tional Zoo in Washington, D.C., a resident ant- without The knowing delay, an comesin. snow
by 'declaring war on poverty; He outlined political opposites" to Siberia; we send themto but never News and
Upon of a phone call yourselves as providing incubation us We taxpayers don't mind "
named work. receipt paying
eater "Tommy" was put to of the writer Letters
: the strategic plan of that war as follows South Viet Nam. Ours is a peaceful trans in filed the fire siren is actuated, callingthe taxes if it is used rIght. These
S : "We are going to try to take all of the sition so far, in the gradual slide to which Cheaper. than Orkin. They paid off ants. sent in anonymously basket. The are Editor. volunteers to the firehouse. I am not signing i this letter with dear have a good
in the tethoi
waste :
: money that we think Is unnecessarily being Mr Khrushchev referred when he said: "Your There is. apparently, a time factor my name for the reason that my road i insects are bad
spent and take it from the haves" and give it grandchildren will live under Socialism TWO WHITE MICE played a vital role SrM: FIREMEN. :: : TO FIRE: that can be made less significant name might prompt phone calls I wonder what they pay taxes for?
; .to,Jhe "have nois" that need it so much: 'Socialism"\ is the nice world that is used in a construction project An electrician could INS'I t\1): 01- IIRHIOLSI: ; namely the lag-interval be- from people who either: (I) wishto If our snow is not remove J
Only a mean hard-hearted mon could when the intent is to get the minds of the not thread a cable through an eighty-foot SLIMS:: SOUND SUGG LSI ION volunteer may he, as the siren express approval of my plan, from the road it becomes dangerous
quarrel with helping the poor and needy byproviding "haves" off the prison and the firing squads length of pipe which hud four bends and was Editor Stuart News: and the assembly of the men at or ((2)) want me to know how wrong to the lives of the people I
the firehouse in order to ride the the think 1 am. find that the too,
imbedded in concrete in a new building Inspired The idea submitted herewith is mosquitoes! can
opportunity for them. Education, with which the former 'have note"
exercise Should
fire equipment, or to learn the publication of this letter be dangerous Our children have
: he tied a length of string to a male for consideration, and possible
training in new skills the providing of employ ruthless power in the final Communist takeover 1 location of the fire elicit any replies, addressed to actually become sick from the
while and stationed him end of publication in
at one your paper
mouse! !
mcnt in productive work legitimate
are weapons The Stuart News insect
medium Suggestion: Subject to radio or an expression bile
Stuart News
I in that battle Poverty is bad. Everybody Those who would sacrifice "a measureof the conduit, and placed the female mouse at the which to present as a suggestion .station WST U's acceptance of this of desire for any discussionin Mrs Carl Wagner

is against it, So a socialistic program to help freedom" for a socialistic "heaven on earth" other. The electrician squeezed the female, to in "local organizations and individuals proposed plan, when a'' fire call: which I might take part, you

the. poor can't be bad; it must be good need look no farther than Cuba to see how she squeaked-and the male rushed through interested in community is received at a firehouse, have may divulge my identity II \I''V. 'I 10 C.I.:T
I : It is very, very good, but not yet good quickly tyranny can take over the pipe to the rescue, pulling the string behind progress the attendant start the siren, then I am signing this with the penname lilt: SIU\RT NfcWJ:
j him. The string was then used to pull through aids, call WSTU. Riving the location of I use! when writing conservation -
I enough, comments the Communist Party, The nature of socialism is to turn into The subject fire fighting Editor Stuart News:
in a larger cord and thai in turn to pull the cable specifically, the manner in which the fire WSTU would then promptly articles.
: U.S.A., an approving letter to the House cooercive collectivism enforcing its dictums Yours I received my first of your
broadcast the location of the truly, copy
Committee on Education and Labor from its with the gun and the tribunal. Both mice were then paid off with liberal helpings volunteer firemen location may he of alertedin fire. fire and repeat the information Smokey Bares Opinions interesting and informative paper

; public relations director, Arnold Johnson (no But we don't like to think that such stuff .of cheese: It regard is to the impression that a the once or twice at intervals of a in todays mail. The subscription!

relation to Lyndon) could happen here. We'II lake the middle road, factor my involved in fire few minutes No matter where the UU CANT BUY clime from my !son Forrest H.
: "We are prepared to join wholly and without with some capitalism! and some socialism, witha TRAINED French pigs detect undergroundtruffles time I and volunteer firemen; reach equipment volunteer may he ,as the siren SNOW RrPFILtNF: ,: Watkins pastor of the First Bjp-

U reservation in such a war," he said-with little less free enterprise! and a little more a small black fungus indispensable to ing the scene of the fire, after the sounds, he is as close: to essential\ Editor Stuart News: list Church, Stuart He knew thatI
a few reservations. socialism each year and if there comes a tune the highest of high cuisine. The pigs are denied alarm has come into the firehouse location information as the nearest We are here visiting your good I would be interested in his fan'ily's

First we must scrap twenty billion dollars when the avalanche ,of socialism! wipes out the pleasure of eating the truffles they unearth is very important radio set State of Florida I am sorry to new and home thought and this the would surroundings te
i for defense but are paid off with acorns beans or there are two conditions: which The individual fireman con- to complain
we'll cult it
;year we are spending against free enterprise, something else! and caned could then drive to the fire. We have relations from the an ideal way to acquaint me wits
Russia and build high-type housing with it in that will make it different see? corn They get a trifle for each Iruftle contribute to any delay in fire them
the blaze: ((1)I ) over the shortest route In some north here and this is the fourth .
I out slum Next t he adds: Old Norman Thomas could give the Com fighters arriving of at the fire engines instances the volunteer would I time we came down to visit them. I shall look forward each weekto
Th abolition of poverty can be achieved munists some smart advice. "You'll never JAPANESE fishermen use cormorants to the from dispatch the firehouse and ((2)) the learn of a fire the I location given Every time our stay had to be reading about the happening
I only by abolishing capitalism 1 itself-by putting win. They steal your platform plank by cutch trout A ring around the cormorant'sneck assembly of the volunteer for by WSTU. as one U> be reached shortened because the mosquitoes in your progressive city and
I an end to an economic system of ex plank. keeps the bird from swallowing the high their travel to the fire on the fire over roads that would save time. and sand flies are !*> terrible! It county
ly-prized fish."" The pay is in the smallest fish trucks, or to gel information of the preceding paragraph is the Is. hard to imagine that people Very sincerely,
An American writer who also liked trout decided the location of the fire so they as compared with going first to cart live: down here under such Mrs J, C Watkins. ,

; to train a cormorant but when he tried to may drive there in their own ve- the firehouse This would also conditions Atlanta, Ga.
Channel the Inlet Is Federal
to take the trout away from it the bird bit him.
I' July 4 Accidents Cost State Parks Draw Thousand of Visitors; .

Responsibility for NavigationOne DOGS of course, have been mankind'shelpers

for centuries herding sheep! chasing Nation $$100,000,000Economic Our Jonathan.Dickinson One of the Best

s One Is simply amazed by the attitude of foot cut. :2UO! feet wide mode by the federal deer, pointing and retrieving quail and pheasants -
useful in the hunt is large cat, the
: the Army Engineer Corps at Jacksonville toward government at St. Lucie Inlet cheetah! and the medieval sport of falconry loss resulting from July 4 accidents Florida state parks in the past year have climate: that make it the great tourist state it

Martin County. The cut through the reef was done as a still exists. this year will equal the cost of "building experienced their greatest! influx overnight is, Nowhere can Florida natural beauty or

i It may be that they still fret over this I hut per cent federal project for navigation 200 completely: equipped! new schools capable campers. Nearly one-half million persons 'wonderful climate be realized more than in our

; community's: righteous indignation about being The channel linking the cut in the reef with THE ELITE animal workers are of providing facilities for 130.000 youngsters camped in some sixteen state parks that provided state parks

: nude the whipping! boy for vast drainage proJ. the Intracoustal Waterway and the Okecchobee acton, such as the among trained'' porpoises, which Frederick J. ( a 8Crt Jr. !safety directorof overnight campgrounds. A total of One of the best' of Florida's state parks from

; ects. Waterway, both federal projects could hardly put on shows for a few touted mullet; trained the Allstate Motor Club., predicts. 494972 campers were ,recorded in the parka the outdoor camping viewpoint is; Jonathan

Anyhow! when anything comes up about be anything but a UK per cent federal job. seals-really sea lions-that perform for herring "Despite all the warnings if American as compared .with 3X0636 the year before Dickinson! Park, situated in the southern part

; navigation that might be helpful to us, they For that matter, there is already six-foot ; collies and police dogs in the movie-s motorists are as irresponsible as they were Gil Becker, Superintendent of Fort Clinch of Martin County

.. ask us to pay through the nose for it If it's depth on the route To make sense, it shouldbe and font forget who's really responsible! for last year during the Fourth of July holiday; Stale Park near Fcrnandma Beach decided to
harmful to us-no matter if it costs million.- .a ten-foot channel: giving craft using the the term "horse opera" they will cost the nation some 500 lives. :$.OIlQ see where these campers come from His tabulation New Tanker Practice' Is

: we get it in the neck and they see to it Intrucoustal access to sea injuries and a property loss of approximately showed that he had camping, families [

that the government puts up all the money. How the Engineers can use! one yardstickon : SOME PSYCHOLOGISTS envision a brave SI00 I million:' Gavsert" asserts.Most from thirty-seven states including Florida Ending Ocean PollutionStandard

: An instance in point is the amusing demand the cut through the reef and another on the new world where animals may displace men drivers never stop to realize that The greatest number naturally were Florida Oil of New boding they
that we pay $10,000 cash in advance as channel: reaching it i ill mystifying in tedious like reporting They traffic accident are as costly as they are tragic. residents and 'visitors! from nearby Georgia and ". in ending Jersey
jobs newspaper tea
pollution beta
"our share" of a $24,000 minor The should ask Last during the Fourth of July holiday Alabama. It fa interesting to note that, duringthe which has
county our Congressman that chimpan/e-e, if it lived forever and year caused: by discharge
say a of the
: project which is purely in the federal! province. Id lake a close: look at this payment demand at a wouldbe U.s. motorist smashed their way to an estimated three-week period-, there were eighty families oily wastes in
endlessly pecked away typewriter,
-. The, project M a.six-foot channel: eastward on a navigation improvement of this column, economic: loss of $126:! million. from Ohio., forty from Pennsylvania.thinynine ocean.The firm has
capable writing eventually been leader establishf -
a In'
loss from New York, and thirty-two each
the Crossroads this record
from a couple of miles to a ten The shocking thing about voluntary
nlw' worIJ-.
Why not lLIe which
avoided.The from Illinois and North Carolina. f program by
U that most" of it could! have, been :
.... 17 \Vc Have Enough Worries ; "loss was mainly the result of driver negligence Becker also found that he had families of captains will end the fewer practice;
available this
NONE week 1 dumping
being was waste oil and ballast and
The Stuart News will furnish photo prints Why Import a Lot More forced: : to do it myself, to meet the deadline, and irresponsibility! from the foreign three countries in his state park. During will return it to refineries.
of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture but any chimpanzee that would like to do it Driven who display an irresponsible, and weeks be had one family each To date mort than 1.500 deliveries
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.OC There is legislation pending in Congress on my vacation U welcome. Thank )ou. National independent attitude on the road do not belongon from England. South Africa and Finland He involving more than cargo of oil
: for the first print and $1.00 for any adoJitio &II'riats which seeks to change: the McChrran-Waltcr Geographic, for the nice assist. the highway this Fourth of July holidayor was overwhelmed by the fact that 43 families base been handled the ton with..
ordered from the same negative at the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. any other time. It's this type of driver we from Canada stayed in Fort Clinch State Park wroost in new program

; same time: larger sizes by special quotation. Its net result would! be lo increase immigration usually see following loo closely, nuking un- These Canadian visitors .tre residents of five. complete elimination of any sea poUlUtlOfl

1<1 Stuart New employees will not take photographs from around 300,000 to 1.000,000 A scientist' warm that messing around with signaled moves, suddenly changing: I lanes and provcncc Alberta: Nova Scotia Ontario This ii*
;' 'except for the newt and advertikinf'column a year and shift the composition of immigration the moon could result in annilulation of the traveling too fast Quebec: and! Saskatchewan.When all!l concerned an enlightened move' fur which

of The Stuart News. primarily to Asia and Africa.It human race by the importation germs for Speed too fat for condition was a factorin we.. consider they fact that tourism deserve praise. .

would appear that the country now has which we have no immunity. So now there half of I lost years Independence Day acci is Florida's\ oldest industry, we must also realize Federal
enough without that, it is Florida's natural and funds are wasted runlesapcat', i is
I llal lDlC problems importing fuor. are Iwo ways to do K. dents settings ideal. )our own community.r .


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117 ':Ilk'''''.,..... ', < 4 THE; STUART (Fhirkia) NEWThmsdp, July 2, 1964

BPWHear ,f. .' .," ,.:..... ,.
I l. \\ 'w. ." r I. 1964 Spells the End
Mrs. MoyerMrs. "
MRS. ANNA RUNEXR.:\ tDrmpoodenl Phone 74M643 ,.. I

i'lf rwllwllssrr-.w"rd _.*. .<-WBBFWM-I Helen Mover, assistant 4ivtrict !

Coastal Players Do Full JusticeTo the guest director speaker of District at the 8.Jupiter was I For Jupiter's Hotel l

Business and Professional Wom

'George Washington Slept Here' en's Club Tuesday night A palm-shaded lot on the water menu which: gradually became)
Mn Moyer presented a program I of Sawfish Bay i. all that Us and less attractive. A stuecw
of (pictures, as well as lead- I'S remains of the old hotel bungalow was added a cottage?
The Coastal; Players. in !thor to-ordinator. Laurreign i and ing an informal discussion of the For year it Mood across the and later a store which it I now.
initial offering, "(. eofge Wishing Vaughn BO-.VOW. as well as to the history and aims of the national road front the railroad station Jupiter Marina. 1
ton Slept Here;' did full justice I set designer. Dick Logan; the stage organization in a membership orientation and welcomed travelers to its comfortable This year, Mr. and Mrs. Galen;
to the play and crowned I their I managers: Nick Porto and PeteSlough study I porch, and Mrs. Kings White who have been Jupiter r-
hard work with a gay and ,uimis I and all others who made Mn Eve Elliott was in chargeof line cooking. idents for six years, purchased the'
big production. i the wheels l! turn so smoothly The the program which was! heldat The village stores were built group of buildings and are now
Dick Anshut/ and Elk SchnmltLe smooth-running performance aid the borne of Mn. Shirley P the railroad dock at the razing most of them for tie put,
as Newton and Annabelle Ful cJ h\ the comfort of the Salha\en Floyd, Pcnnock point. A brief I end along of the road nearby. SUI Ion. pose of rebuilding and modtrncimg -*
Icr, were convincing, and did a Auditorium gave the audience no business meeting followed the pro : S More and hotel were built at the They are adding to t the score
fine job of putting their character time to think of an)thing but the gram. Plans for the yeartxx and ri\-cr" edge for the river was the building, which fronts on a large??
across to the audience! Bill action and! merriment on the stage the District 8 meeting, to be heldin highway. long dock, for their restaurant andmarina.

Haas built his Mr. Kimhir so Coust.il Plaers will meet again Jupiter on Aug. 23, were dis- Built by Henry Brooker the '
faithfully that he brought down in September. and the ticket sales cui>scJ. !legend say, when he "built the So another landmark !has gone ,
the house! Each of the amateur on this production (complete cll- 1 l More that door, it was later occupied the way of progress in the rapidly"rowing ;
actors and actresses! won comments outs for each night) indicate that Loran Station HasA "uuwy by Frank Bowers and hit i Jupiter area,
of "Where have they acted be- I heir audience will be all set for Commander family; who also bO\lghllho Brook
foreT' between the acts Jackie, the next rlay.I New cr More building On the !south TWO' MARTIN COUNTYt

Slough was more like a ken-agtr Lieutenant James Blake has ar side, Zeigtrf'i store, with the post ORPORATIONSCIIARTLRLD
than a real teen.agtr, and N.italic the I varied background of the rived at the IJORAN Station wherehe office added to it, attracted more
Trent seemed natural group: that brought a new facet 1 of Stat. Torn Adam.
quite a a+ be the commander of w ,; b.e !shoppers Secretary
the actress, Rena Leslie of culture lo our village in "(;eorlle will new Coast Guard! at p \-, .-.J 1.J In 1912 when Frank Rowers announced Monday from lallahauee -!
Dotty Christian, as the helpful Washington Slept Here" adds to the United Slates ... "' '''. ........ built a fine home for his firmly the chartering of the foil
neighbor Mrs. Douglas and Joan I the interest in the Coastal Players Jupiter H. Sullmv com- Tilt IIOfH post office and Zieglers store looked like the above picture in 1912. but now the on the old Dixie, where it approached lowing corporations:
I Mciver and Billie Key. as the and their excellent production Lieutenant for the R four announced buildings" have been removed, with the results seen below the first bridge, he sold Agrincert Inc. (B-824JS)) Pv O.
mandcr years
maids, were all good, and C raig I Ulic Schmidtke supplements past of the hotel tt> Mr. and Mrs Graham Box 161, Stuart.! Authorized stock.'
: Nichols was as convincing a Kid( I her busy life as a mother anddubloman that the change command .... ; King Mr. King uses! only a short too shares of common of 00 pat
boy alone could find anywhere I by being a memberof ceremonies will be held: on "" ,I I\.I .... Kft( 'f" .1\\ ::I time I after they Marled the hotel I value filed! June 2). 1964,. dealing
Slu Mclvrr and Jack Cushing also the building committee for Jup Monday, July 6 at I p.m. to the : ,J ," .,. .f, dying In 1911 I but Mrs. King ran 1 In nursery and livestock raising.Incorporators .,
won plaudits from the full houseas iter Inlet Reach Colony. leutenant! Blake comes :rI"f' ; '. '' it for several yean Mrs King : Robert F. McR b o.j<
the testy Mr. Prescott and On. Natalie Trent and! Jackie !Slough Jupiter post Sullms from Juneau h being Alaska.tranv .. .. ., 'I't. .,:....".t.:-r.,; ', ., .. ..as a daughter of Captain and I arts Jr. Mallory L. Johnson,. aoJJ.
cle Stanley Jeff McAnall and are both registered nurses "Nat"is Lieutenant office of Coast ,t .tI -'' Mrs. Charles Carhn and grew up Peggy/ Lowery, alt Stuart.
ferred to the new 1' }; '
Jim Spitzcr were excellent In their i with the County Health Department in lx>n- In the tradition of the famous ndiantown. Ambulance Service,',
supporting roles Functioning as county Guard Activities, Europe Culls Mou.se, a tradition carriedon Inc. NP 7469 c/o Jack William.
nurse for the north end of Palm don, England.! .! in her small hotel She later son, president, I ndiantown, filed
Bouquets go to the director and 'Beach County she also serves as Mrs. Blake and their children. married J. 0. bracken and movej > June 2:, l4 by I .Messrs. Mel
co-chairman of the County Public Jimmy Mike and Patricia are Ui 1 the Herbert Pennock: place, Roberts and Johnson. P. O, Bo*;
Health Section is active in the with Lieutenant Blake. Mrs. Sul- I 4LLl a mite up the taxahaichee River 1075, Stuart. Purpose Provide
Business and Professional \\omens lint and the Sullms' children The hotel then passed 1 into the' emergency ambulance service I J
Club of the area, and keeps Marcha. Elaine and Gary will go 1 hand of Mr and Mrs. William: Subscribers: Jack Williamson, Eats
Home Loan Talks house for John Trent at her home to England with Lieutenant Sul Reeve, and it was a popular spot Ijicson. and Martha Chamness,
in the Colony. Jackie who is the lima in July.lf'oufan's. during the boom year* though all of Indiantown.
mother of two children acts as damaged in the 1928 Morm. Mr
, by don herold nursing director for the Nursing Club Reeves, who was mayor of Jupiter
Disaster Team in the area. Ends Season rebuilt the house and continued MODEL OF NEW
j Dodie Christian is a charter to run it for many )'ears. MINIATUREHEABING

I (l1 kf I knfn member of the North Palm Beach Swimming, shelling and a picnic Later owners mudu additions! AID GIVER
! County Community Chorus, sings lunch at the county park, murk- ti> the building! took off the wide

I w ho has a for in her PTA church while watching choir, and over works the ed for the members final meeting of the Jupiter for the\\rae om.en'l porch, and made II into apart- Stuart. FloridaA

education of her four youngsters moot unique free offer
loran Belle Key and Joan Mciver added! An Club.informal roundtabtc discussion I of special" Interest to those
ahfh the comedy touch m their maids' of plan and! needs For Beauty who hear but do not under
1noo ht roles. Billie has sung and danced was helafter program. lunch. stand. words has just been
with the Civic Ballet "back home"and The first meeting in( the fall announced by Van Co. A
Nashville Circle
m the
appeared roles. will be on Sept. 8, Mrs. A. L But- 1tut- lf., actual' size rerBcaof !
theatre in comedy terficld the club's president, said.! 4 ,,lists
Marge Anshutz, who headed' '. the smallest Vaa Co. ever

the props committee of Jack Bent, .'. ,:J.(*1.... a ...J made will be given absolutely
I Marge Danas, Sylvia Hoisted and Lions Install ." ; '* ''' free to anyone answering. this
I Jean Rothgcc, I lead a Erowme advertisement Wear-teal kin
Troop and formed the first Grey Jupiter ions and their womenfolk .. the privacy of ,)'OUt own
1 Ladies in A attendeded the installation ".JIv'. \' ft'..dtI. ,.. ".!' t Jr ..
\ group Jupiter. registered Jensen ""' lIIf!'J'a".tt.tfl1.IfIIt.\ .Rfwwl. .. home without cot or obligation
the Outrigger,
at t.
she is also banquet n. "if' .
nurse camp nurse +. e w1. t T', Z J. of any kind.It's your* &to
I at Camp We III ka. the Curl Sand Beach Saturday night president and !.Yii 1 "..t'Li. 1 '. .r. ...-.... ...-.-... .... ...;:,a;) keep, free 1r sue of this
Not quite. But Camp Honors in>>Jonathan go to the Dickinson men. too Park.for charter Kelly.I member of the Riviera. ,1--( .". -.-- -- --- _. _' -- .- -- I II Van Co. II I only one of It*

First Federal's I rehearsals working the in with hective jobs little and homes.theatre I Beach and Lions secretary Club and was zone the Installing chairman llltKt: : nit.I. .Bt\ILHDVY; PIKNTY Tug Hits Bridge; Ward Appointed I than many a feature third of II an weigh ounce and lane

officer. He charged the following 01UAl.I. I fcThat all level. bone
and It's at ear
Dick Anschutz, the lively en. At'1 Ho J$ (red
...11&rt 1&.1 .
ertUie: lead in the play;'t* an- outstanding I Jupiter officer with their rtuAJwaniiaRe eUoii.l' rT at V South ChiefRalph unit. No wires ''lead from
home l loans do I engineer.: for Pratt & Whitney duties James Y. Daily, president; am. Saturday, r July 4. and continue The 'tenure of employment fora Bay body to head. Here it truly
i He has played many male James H. Payne, vice president;; throughout the day There tug pilot was short-lived Fri. Is new hope for thd hard ofbearing. .
turn all over leads for Hartford Athemurn in James R. Crooks, secretary Curt Cook: Lu will be Pony League play in the day afternoon after his beg with Ward!, constable of Mar. ; You... .
up that He is now a commissioner clue Si me, treasurer; struck the ,
city Mill lion evening two barges under low tin County's District i 2 since "1961, These model fre.
Inlet Beach''' tail twister! and Everett ire
this Colony.in Jupiter tamer Refreshments will be availableat new wen doing Iran damage of the RooseveltBridge estimatedin : was appointed chief of polite at while the limited supply tots,
areaIf I Bill Haas, who had earlier ex the field. excess of 7000. South Hay on Thursday, June: 25, so we suggest you candor
I perinea with the Coach House Mrs. Helen Butt Loxahatchec: unidentified fired He said. | Friday that he would I -, Pelican write for your iww. Aftfa.
First Federal Savings of Vcro Players) in Kansas City, is also with I River Road, is spending sit OBI\RIKS !The on the pilot\ spot; by his conpwry'sofflcials.ahcn was resign the constable: job here; we repeat, thert Is no t4M
Beach Muck colored on >sketching> in New England, Paul B. white :202 West Third
a pin every Pratt & Whitney A Boy Scout: wee"'l \ he the been thief al and! certainly no obligation.WESTERtf .
incident Ward has
reported acting
home on a map of this part of committeeman for several ycan'j visiting relatives in the Street, died! June 22 at his homeSurvivors Beauty Salon
lorida! on which they've made a he is now scoutmaster, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Owen Bowenof include Opal M. White, by telephone. South Hay since: May I,. when AUTO'ASSOCIATE'.flTORE
The and! two barges hit (he Chief Marvin Davis. was relievedof
loan you'd be amazed how thick his wife Helen is active in Christ Charlotte, N. C., are spendingtwo his. widow of Jupiter; a daughter, lug .
(fender uf Evl
Church. Cadweli or( the bridge. A riling was his duties on charges g* t7 AppohirineBtilvMcepuk :
the King Mrs. Ray Covmgton Ky.:
the pins would! be. weeks at :their cottage, Camp and cross-members torn misfeasance' and nonfeasance -
They're really proud of how' Jack Cushing! the inimitable Loxle. on the Loxahatchee River. Iwo granddaughters; a Men-son, J. away ,, and later .with gambling. CUrtf Saul. 211 Oacool Ih..,.. .r...'....
S. Mcrison, Fenneitsee: a
many homes they've made posible I Wallace 1.I White Jacksonville, Ward appointment U "lo fill sir. OSCXOU AT 7-34"1 217-0779
with their financial help. I "Uncle Stanley" in the play, Is an I and a sister, Mrs Helen: Bradley', Mr, Mrs.William J. Morris1 the uncxpircd portion'of 1>,\1e
advertising executive whose first Jr., Riverside/ Drive have returned ------
term -- -
First Federal! Savings' long ex Dallas lex.Vrvices
love (is Jazz He takes it solo or from a ten-day fishing trip member of
perience enables them to give you with his combo titled "The Overweight .1 were held at Vogel off Key West aboard their cruise TOIII Wcthmglon, a
counsel on financing location of Funeral Home In Riviera Beach. ." I' Jupiter l Island Police Department,
expert I Eight, a talented\ group er, the "Morns. Airman first Democratic, for
material, construction, plans!!, I nun-professionals.' SIRS MVA: B. JOHNSON Class William O. Murrii III returns won the District 2 constable primary|Job In
etc. They can provide you quickly I Stu: Mclver. the irate Mr. Pres- Mrs Neva B. Johnson, 116< this week from Glasgow He is without Republican opposition JULYCLEARANCE
with a safe, comfortable schedule of I cott in the play, produces Indus- River Drive, Teque.U died June Air force Bane, Glasgow, Mont, May in the November general
monthly payments, considering trial motion pictures and with 2J. where he has been stationed for election, and would appear lo be
your income and other obligations. Dick Logan created the sound! effects i Survivors include Iwo brothers, three years Bill has completed a likely, ihulce: lo be appointed byinvernor
used la the play. Dick also i Leo and George Bertch, of Kalamain four years In the Air force and ( I Farris Bryant lo fill
You can save money on your did the settings for the pro I I' returning to civilian life.
Mage ), Mich. Services were held: Ward's' unexpired term.
loan there because! their costs! duction.
(plainly stated in advance) and! In. 1r' Jeff McAnally Is also an engi ; In kulamaioo. Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Pone! and ;;.- Reedare
SP4 and Mrs. Robert P.
their small son of Savannah, (Ja,
tens rates are reasonable, and because neer at Pratt & Whitney, and Jim i
of Mr. Kecd't
I Is HIRE AND I 1111:HK are visiting" Mrs. purparent.., the guests parents
allow to reduce your lknt' Spit/er local contractor past
they you and Vlrs. Ihoma
Mr. and Mr_| Jack Kobsun, Yacht: Mr. 0.1
total interest costs by making advance president of the Jupiter lobe Mr, and Mrs Hat P. Jackson of 1 Club l tates.. Keed, I Indian River Trailer Park. ,
payments on principal, without "I CAN'T Sound Klwanis Club. Hollywood were the guests of Mr The junior K.ed* were married'
penalty, when you are able. Last, but far from least. Craig Jackson's" father Harry P. Jackson In crowded and hectic: July 4 In february in Germany, wherehe
, REMEMBERWHERE Nichols, thirteen Is an exemplary Riverside Drive, on Sunday, traffic, don't crowd the car ahead. has been stationed for four :
WAS- graduate of Si Joseph's School: June 21.Mrs. crowd They to Fort Hood, Ttxfollowing .,
i I with a record that belle hi I Drive dcfeftvclJuQ'I years go i SALESTARTS
"91..a ...> v* ....... .. *. IIS.OMU. YOUR HONOR !" lifelike portrayal of Raymond, the Roy S. Rood, Shelter Lane, your luck their furlough. I
,... r.*.... f..._.. mmi L.. UM* schoolboy pestCulture has returned from Arcadia La.
__ n u.
e tbM M* c with wy MOW* .d tt MlMMUBt. trouble. II brought to the villageby here she 'was called bv the illnessof Reliable Research.
be real
M Mr tJM.Copyrighted. Ilk could this group is easy to take. Other her father, W K. Murphy! Mr. .
( 1964) can alto be troublesome\ und member of the Coastal' Player Murphy I It recuperating, at home.

I eo.tly'o carry Insurance cover will .be starring in the roles of the Mrs. Chester St Louis, Condauotu! ud cartful!analysis of changing treruli and con( MONDAY JULY 6th
with different Dayton.
age to several polkk next play, set for early fall ,
WANTA expiration dates. Why suX Mo.. who hat been visiting hersiMerinlaw tLboiu la &the market enable our Research: Department ta
Mrs. James II. Rat
COMFORTABLE !set homeowner M about policy a one-package Its convenient II by, Pine Tree Drive baa returned help keep oar cuitomeri abreast of condition! u they elect 9:00: A.M. ./

MORTGAGE? and snuibte. 1 1l to Missouri. their lecorlty hoUinp. Why not put Ibis icrvk to wort ..

j l (IAI I Bob and Harvey Jordan of Cera enable. to keep up-uxlate co news cooceralaf
... rout
II. rue MM) ___U.,. *.< IF ITS INSURANCE '" I I am, Long Island. N. V., former I
SMLnzsn. v s.ft=.... SLE: TIlE I t I Jupiter residents, and member of tecuritki.

Yw_..ess.... ......"...It...at..,. M....wL.adNW I i the Jupiter High School Band are
..- R. JOHNSON VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN'( I the eral guests weeks.of David Harvey Yates Jordan for sev has flow Just visit our office nearest yen and Ilk tot III Account STORE-WIDE SAVINGS OF

Yen Beach 561-2373 Fir VMT fmHw Drtofc I,
Phoswt applied! lo the University! of Miami' Executive.HIRSCH.
AGENCYTOD.iY WE SUVE LUNCH fur fall admiMiun. After' their I

OR CALL STUART DRUG CORP.HEARING visit here David Yates will drive
FEDERALSAVINGS "T north with his guests for a munih & CO. .
FIRST AT 7-336' k rasesrMae w .INI11t&

LOANASSOCIATION FIRST FLDLRAL BUILDCSC .. .. ,.iix.. ALL 11011& I I It. stay on Long JilaotLMr _......... ri ..... ,.......CA4 eras ,....... 20 % TO 50 %
& and Mrs John R. DuBob
celebrated their fortieth wedding

OF anniversary with a family reunion 10* fetrt 8 .4 Street, Feel PbrceRESIDENTS
AIDS dinner at their home in DuBois '


2045 14tk Ave. Dial 562-237J s s .u-cke. tMti ZcakhSerrke DuBois of Arlington Va., 11.AN'nC 7-4100 .
t h visiting hit parent for the I I I
Yen Beach, Florida M U makee .* .IsntmasiaaAARPNRTA event Others who attended the
Free I'ftIaC" 15th Avnt dinner were DM Chuck Kindts and J.
He4ewlay. .1, fpecW..,. ** hy their children /eke, Jed and Nancy !
HOURS 9 so J dully, except JUIN OlllCEl 25 ttU Stnef New York 4, N.Y.
Acwllsw '. the Bill Thaym Jr and their
> to 12. Opf. 5 to 7 Fri. '
children. Laura, billy and!
day eteahif- Cloud Al Day I I Free hrri>( tat la haase e* efUce nab; Mr. and Mrs lack WiUon RUBIN'S

Saturday.Ahere UtcrIn, cere*, .>.. and. Mrs. flora Hodgson.Mrs. 1 Listen to daily market new and average

Cwteascn. Stmd Their 1 Dorothy Johnson, mother 5:30-Suiiva WIRA l4 0 on your dial! .

,........ Hearing Aid Center ot Christ Rev the-Keith King Johnson Lutheran, parlor(lurch.of 6... e.s.e.. a.r .... ..er h. : "tiQ;; : ; 117 N. '2nd.: Fort Pierce

I recently moved to !5utvS-nd TrailIcr 1.a M a..e a.a.ewas.aa
.1 709 ORANGE Part from Moline, ilL L


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sec THE RT (Fla.) NEWS TltnnsdA Jo'l.7' 1964 -

I Just Because -It's July and HotDon't r* Home Bui1dig Section Total Building$95,350A Permits

$23.000 three-unit apartment
house in Stuart; a $12500 residence
Your GardeningBy
in St. Lucie Buildinf
RECENT BUILDING PERMITS a $12000 gat Marion In Jensen
Highlands and two S7.000 du-
1IFRVEY SIIARPE Mulch will keep plant roots cool in full sun. (June 19 through 26)) Plows and a $8,000 board!** house'
FdHor Florida
and oomfortaMe during the hot accountedfor
Peat pots are quite convefttat in Indiantown. largely
Extension Service months and tend to prevent damage Plant pot and all and the cuttifg OWHC IMatlc\a Contractor DescrIptIon Amount the $95150 covered by sixteen

Gardening In July is as frustrating from nematodes. Mulches keep will never feel the shock of.t tta building permits issued i in
as the efforts of a June down water bills, reduce backaches The peat pot will dec& City of Stuart Martin County last week
bride trying to cook her first Sun. caused! by pulling weeds ajjfd pp e and form plant food in a Five city permits totaled $31 I,.
day dinner:; for the in-laws. Both furnish plants with food. few short weeks. M. H Part "f Llneou AVenue None Enclose CArport S 500 400:; eleven county permits; $63930 .-
Trimming shrub i. like traja- H. 1. Bowling /, Z9INottite: Street .
are tough jobs After setting the plants, protect t Hodapp Enclose carport 3,000
It )is human nature for the bride ing the diaper cUn. Both need 0$\\I them from careless footprints 01| W. Eo Wheclct s3st: t t'inolc Street Sadler Three-unit apartment :tJOOO
slant attention until form
to beg off, but nature won't listen rect habits. So, trim they ornamentalsjust cor band. of copt-n-robbert, petty cats A. 0. Kanner ..1,19 t11aamtngo Avenue Hodapp '; Remodel 3.000 Holiday drinking and drivingdon't
to a humaQ begging, so July bringsmany and Strong words oft mix. Last year, during the
stray (
woes to the gardener as soon as fresh, tender growthshoots en prevent trampling by fie small Pressel Building Company 223 West O\leolll: Street Aluminum Products_ ? Marquee 1,900 Fourth of July holiday drinking
The list is long. hot out of place.I Constant& was a factor m two out of five
Sultry animals
weather fry, but don't seem to get '
is at the top. Trimming hedges shearing prevents late butchering the message to easily. Martin County ,: .;c.; accidents
which t for -
I Isn good any plaotNow' '
mowing main lawns and pulling weeds your chance t o make If you don't like to mar the Roland Merrell Mapp Road Stanley Oakow..ky. ,: Addition 4,550 I Start your July 4 holiday trip
are the tasks that take the .
Warcli out of a gardener's inkis- camellia cuttings since the spring beauty of the garden with unsightly .. Woody Kantner Lawrence /d Bill Rice. Garage .3,000 early. Take time to take it easy,
flush of growth Is half hardened. string fences, then try so that you can it.
E. E. Rogers St. Lucie
tive. Lots SaJler 12,500
Building ,, ) f Residence
Cut off three to lengths of thorny briar stem*. It ,'W', "
lengthsof '
The avid gardener gets the worst your favorite varieties and place It a sure bet that the animals mill rarest Grove Company West farm Road None. 1 : r Dam 500
still b done while the neighbor are them Immediately into your cut. steer clear of a bed of prickles: Arthur Brown Cleveland Addition Hodapp f Addition 1,900 METALWe
So if
early mooting riser you are in luck von as are mont an ting beds If you use the old system Annie Willie Booker Park Eugene Miller Boarding house 8.000 Are Worker In Metal

of the, brow-sweating tasks can beCompleted of rooting tip cuttings neara New Mt Zion Baptist Church Lundy aid None Addition 7,000 IF WE DONT It\VE IT

in the dewy cool of the root leaky in about faucet six they weeks.: should But under take Bankers Witness A. Robinson Company. Ina Robinson Groves Martinique Construction Two duplexes (each) 7,000 WE CAN ALIKE IT

ftI; rnifta. constant mist} time be Dr. Bryan !eubetst000 f lmctto-Harbor Winston Vinglin Carport and utility room 500
rooting Will
However, be selective with the shortened by two week. Electronic FirstA Chick York Jensen Highlands None das station 12,000 i
sunrise work. Do the Jobs that es!!!
intake, little noise. Awaking the Tip cuttings, from oleander'and "
hibiscus will root in a few week -

-neighbors'haps Won't with get a you lawn booted mower out per of under constant mist. If you,; cKvil Orlando spectacular recently demonstration by IBM and in A No Wasted i
make S
:the community, but tongue lash too many, daily inspection, TAT sales engineers provided ace in This 2-Bedroom HomeThe STUART PLUMBING
you'll real,
fags later'' in the day will make get a, surprise in three; 'several hundred bankers with the &: METAL WORKS
'}*ou feel like a heel. week after cuttings ue'' placed first look at one of the electronicmarvels : I .n... Atlantic T 0131 SlvartHeathcote
In the propagation bed. ,With :almost !
Mulching! shrubs in the I available to modern bank.
early luck ----- --
no at all, generou,growthof
morning is a nearly soundless task ing
large white root will form at first Jt'OI1P.'onIJUtes
The ff'yu grease the trash cart wheels'' the base! end( of each cutting.Azaleas The entire program on automation la the house number: represents
bed neighbor and the will stay in' their are almost! as easy to / was sponsored by the Florida i the sqUirt feet'oC uvai Nurseries
plants will enjoy root, but take a bit l longer to:send Bankers Association. This was able area 1 to the house (The
beds; blanketed with organic trash a demonstration of the IBM 7770 I r b -
out small, hairlike feeder* 'from other group it an office number Architect
along the buried part of the cut. Audio Response Unit, which provides .) According to Jan Rein- Designed Landscaping.
SAF: .AIDS ting an aswer in the human voice ''I ber) Consult a local con. J'L Oriental Design: A Specialty.
Regardless of how'you root cuttings from in electronic computer to In. tractor for an estimate of Complete Line of Ornamental

LOCKSMITHSKEYS the new; plants should be quirl,. made from remote tele building costs.By Plant Material 'The Indian
given extra tare during thutr firm phone-type devices. River Area' Oldest Landscape

MADE- season! of growth. Don t take auto This connection, Wilt made from Nursery, Our 38th Year." Turn

Lock, Combinations and place them directly in the hot 'Vlded telephone facilities to the Monte 70041 Lumber. In Fort Pierce Phone
Changed !sun, because plants! bliilcf as'easi IBM laboratory in New York HOward 15332.
A small two-bedroom home requires
ly as human where the 7770 Is In production.A .
-NEW LOCKS- Planting new cuttings In good UK Of every square ---
touch tone type telephone wat
foot of floor free circulationof
area ;
pots is an easy way to get tender used to dial the computer. At soon I PAINTS HARDWARE
air, and suitable (for placing
spa -- -- -- u ---
Robe Sound cuttings gradually used ta full ear,. .It the connection was made, the ;
A week or so in half shade, then audio response unit buzzed that furniture. trough of indirect light p l la e e d j '.. ATluotlc 7-036
$#() 4881 546.5131 three-quarter ,sun is all, it takes tq it was ready. Again using the touchtone This 700-square-foot()( borne contains I above the 18 feet of windows I i' 0s

prepare the plant* for a happy life dial telephone a checking: all economy as makes a decorative touch in the I 24 CdwilMl PlMPlunpblni

I account customer's record wat well at construction. evening at well as pleasantly I diffused puiwIlMftp.
inquired into and the computer One may enter this house In two illumination.i There it cross- BEDROOM BEDROOM fi .ut
; (' looked. up the account balance ways The front door it accessible ventilation in the room due to the Sk
i and a female voice answered&, restating through the 8 by 14-foot screened two jalousie doors on oppositetides Ilmt9o; IC' 1'Bl.ctd.. Iju..ll.; .
the account: number and side porch, while the kitchen door and another window toward
;I giving the account balance. Other It handy to the carport; and protected (he back of the 15-foot-deep living J Molar Bn"h.. For Blwk Decker.| ,
Skill. Porwr nt Other
Inquiries were made into Install by Its shaped roof over. room A 4V4 foot-wide folding CAR C.bt.
!! *. Motors Rewound ment loan account records t 0 hang (we dotted lines on plan). door (not shown here) couldbe C LL INDIAN RIVER SALES
determine the outstanding balanceof The fact that the carport it some- used to separate the living and N 0._n. 3eNaEN BEACH, North
,I Home Wiring & Outlets'i the loan and whether the account what recessed means that the living dining areas. I t tI .
i Water was delinquent. Likewise, area at the front of the house! The dining table faces the street I --- ---
Pump Repairs inquiry Is lighter. The protruding front In 4-foot-wide niirj b'
an was made into a sav a alcove provided I Tops In Design
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY Ings account record to determinethe porch not only has additional ventilation between the kitchen door and the L; R
: and the for summer living comfort window wall. The kitchen counter ,I
:+ al"oot01, any' interest raid but adds pleasing variation is an II-foot-long "L" with the __., .m "ear. RF .

The audio re'lJ'OnIClnit! impose of line which gives an interesting range (R) near the window hood-( KITCHEN LIVING K.I..N.GSIGN"S

., ED its menage for, .response. front ujspcatan).C.. ... faa over it), a foot-wide eoun- 11v9A---- 4lu1S. ,
The 22\' -foot-wide Iiv.Ing .
Horn 0 Vocabulary of up to Ult I PORCH
words stored In Its ) -dining room has a series of sit I j '
memory I
Ii magnetic\ drum/ large windows facing the street New Fishing BookletIs \

Upth mate and female voices The almost ten feet high ceiling Now Available .
; cart respond, and there are dif at the. street tide makes the front

HIGBEE ELECTRIC ferent types( vocabulary for other rooms, spacious and airy. sot a Fishermen will find that Flori NEON SPECIALISTS
\Industries such a, insuranceand da's new fresh water sport fishing ter between- and the double sinkS carport roof'is so shaped that it
retail stores. rules and! regulations have anew ( ), and another 15-mch-wide! allows a rain.protected access to II i Fort Pierce IlOward. :4-1399
327 OSCEOLA -AT 7-0744: This was a first In Florida bankIng Sail Buttons look and provide fishing Information counter space between the sink I! the kitchen door.
and a first in Florida. at well AI fishing rpmi. and the refrigerator (RF). Wall The shed roof of this slah-on- .
-- -- --- -- -- -- --
\ I I Unions i The\ new r regulations; ire cabinets (also L-thaped) are over grade masonry home slopes toward
And Citation available at the offices of all county I the entire.counter the back and is topped with
judges and their authorized fishing For privacy's take, both bedrooms white marble chips for greater heat

Awards Listed license agentsAccording face. the garden. Each bedroom Insulation The screened porch is fa Automotive
to A. D. Aldrich director has three windows. Moot so designed! that it may he added
a closets. C with/ wide bifold doors later. However, where
; Game and Fresh Water ( ) space and !
no defrost ing ever Stuart Sailfish dub has issued Fish Commission, the new fishing for ,better .accessibility, and ample budget permit the porch may be Repairs
citations and buttons to the following regulations were adopted from space for beds and other furniture. i enlarged:; to. say. 14 by 0.14 feet.
.. fishermen through the the Florida Wildlife magazine and Access to the bedroom: 1 Is from Plans for Home 700-62
-- Stuart Chamber of Commerce: include color illustrations and information the small hall and the bedroom' were drawn by architect Jan Rein. Chason's Garage
doors are, not visible from the er, editor of Florida Homes
Marl y Crighton\, St )Peters on the more popular mag-
/,. burr, seven-foot tailfhh, whileflshmg fresh water game fish, as well as living room. A 3.foot linen closet agazme (Magazine is available at Dial AT 7-2311
Jf' aboard the "Otnnet! H", sections on favorite fishing spots, (L) is strategically located between Valt Book Shop or by mailing $1| SERVICE FOR SAFETY4K41
Y. with Captain A* A. YVhltlcar. I how to catch 'em, the cost of fishIng I,the bedrooms' and the bathrooms, to I 1000-Fifty-second Street Smith F...rat Hltkwtr

I \II Hurt Carlson lake Mary, sev and fish management area regulations. At the back of the 11 by ,o. .North, St. Petersburg 10, Ha) I I
.. '.1' en-foot. three-inch, ."illl1hile. (foot Carport are two compartments, -- -
fishing i aboard the "!rtune" with The middle section of the new a storage closet l t and a 3 by 5-foot

Captain Louie Luna. 'anteen-page publication contains The 5 by 8-foot bathroom n

Marylin J. Salvador. Satellite summary of fresh water fishing between the bedroom closet (which

:Jr ) T 1': Be ten, seven-foot sailfish. and regulations and may be removed vovidos, sound tabulation) and the f
Donald E Reid Jr.* Patrick Air by the ll'ihermalwho desires a Litchen Plumbing it bac -tQ.back REl1ROWELL
J. \ Fpne Base, sailfish, while fishing.. compact copy of regulations for with kitchen: sink for economy of
aboard the "Howdeo" with Cap his tackle box or pocket. installation A window opent
\ .
.I lain Dill Budge Aldrich reminded fishermen that into the carport and provision! is
made for ta electric& wall heater
Citations were r Issued for sillftsh they should have obtained the new House heat be
and other varieties of 1964-65 fishing license officesof may supplied
fisk KK: at !several! means, here shown is a furnace
L M. Shadley, Orlando seven- all county judges and license
(H) with direct heat for the FURNITURE CO.
foot sailfish, while fishing aboard agents. The deadline for use of. living room and bathroom and ,
the 111" with. the old license midnight. June
-Marybob was
Bets Captain 30. Effective with (or without) registers! (and I Dial AT 7-0804 We Clve Cold Bond Stamp
Scrimsher. July I I. fishing in
... ductwork) into the two bedrooms
Donald E. Kelt! Jr. Patrick;, Ah fresh water without the new license Another, and cheaper method (soUr
Fort Bate six-foot! 'fourinchwhite I is a violation of the law and
with/ a modem |NQ-FRIST | etectrfcREFRIGERATORiFREizER as initial cost la concerned)
marlin, while fishing aboard such fishermen will be subject would be a wall beater, built into
the -liwdeV. with 'Captain' 941lurdge. to attest New licenses be
may! the living room wall, in which case AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE
obtained after July 1 without any the spate now marked "H" would
)L D. Buck Youn town. Ohio, additional penalty charge, bow become' another closet. Still another -
seven-foot saufiah! ; frank J. Isabella way of heating would be by electric .
You'll enjoy a "mmenmrkeVr 'fa year kltche ever.License
Ohio, seven-foot
Hubbard fees are: Resident an- heating coin In the ailing
with title popular 4,euhfe.deot 3-fa -t ippl uice, uitfldu Lea T. Abort Columbus, lual, $3, non-resident annual $8; or baseboard' radiation or wall
A modem refrigerator to fresh foodt for
Ohio, lix.footiltch sailfish., non-resident
fourteen-day continuous units (three would be required). .
everyday uae. Plua ti tra. utto-eold food ftcener and Charles W Copley, Reynold tithing, $).2': non-resident utility room with washer (W) and
"r with adequate storage apace for today'demand I nirg. Ohio, seven-foot, two-inch five-day continuous fishing $2.25. water' heater (dotted circle). TheJOHNS for EVERYONENO
t ,,. (and Ice cubes galore ) sailfish, while fishing aboard; the I

d Plenty of toom tq stock U W meal,.tacia]*'* "Spray IP w IlL| Captain. 'Ray r Ii
: \
I Mid freezer"'bargahu.rBigger Young.
lam -- 'inside J. \. McGee. Orlando thirty a dl r" ''a i
am/vler; eutsiJe, toda, no-fntt ,s
electric RefrigeratotjrwMTi bold M much more fishing I
aboard the TarUine" with t } Captain
yeij tke ste '
; up loUle'Lunn.II. .
J' ; atv rw- Beet ef all you have to defrost again, Y: Griffin. Haines City sit-

"i o beeaaase,hat' 'Iff.;; in either section.I Wee. eigM-Mch'ssilthh'' ; Ear| M.

I See the its feat Befirigrrator-Freexers Smith, Orlando seven-foot sJ,. i

M ; nd separate Freeztfs in a variety of color at Inch sailfish; George Grighton. St. TURNDOWNS

your appliance dealtf Generous trade-fa anew, Bari sixty-pound dolphin; : _
Steve Winter Garden: six-
Tfc ante; convenient tertn*. -
foot. std inch sailfish, and G1ngcS
..V. ... Master.. Winter Park seven-foot FUNERAL HOME Want to know wore? Call flow :
*1O MILLION RATE, REDUCTION I 'our-inch' sailfish while fitting
tbaord the "Gannet )I" with Captain Air Conditioned Chapel
\,i : Nowmor.ltlaa belew_...whol.lQacheaperwaoAU.UCTltIC 2
than to use a combination of aenlc'L EJectlldty: coati 10.tWe. ,.1M doN. A. A. Wbitxar. I
,"\ : M much for the enjoyment of modern Flpflda Mnct' : Ben Uky. Atnwte Ala. sev-
enry-fline-pound wahoo Normtq R. H. JOHNS Reardon
.................................t.N.N1.a1NN1NNN11 Speier Green Acres City J3V. -
pound snook; WiUiam Joy, QrUado > Licensed Funeral Director
"ktd'Jlq JJJ.mr.lf..f.& & 3QU-MUMi soook; Dr. James 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD. STUART I

B. Tlioma Jr, Aymore, Ale,'t!tt INSURANCE
cow eltAeie pound tea trout and Terry Gra*,

'j-;T '..1F lOR I POWER I 'lri.tf T C4YRA 1 ym. Orliodo, uvtd-foot.. fiv> Telephone AT 7-313-. j Krueger Building Stuart 73262fW

a.argle Iera1 reeer4 ... : inch %ad tevetvfoot., eigb4aelsulfrsb ( S U41W AcuWaace Storfc* Ogee Irlhse. AT I

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Last Year's. Fibres in Nearh All/ Fields Dr. Ronald Allison Heads I rate, JjTl_VHT..(1'lorUul( : : .NT-WS Tl rsdu>. My 2, 19(54( 7-T

Land Demand Increasing Says U.S. Realtor Rotary Club for New Year I Dickerson Gets I project C cunty.I In other.to road extend news AIA,I an from$850.000 the

I Road Contracts end of Sooth Beach Inland, near
New officers of Stuart Rotary Beach district governor' visited
Fort Pierce, south to the Martin
Club for l4-63 I ware formally the club: on Wednesday. July 1.Mi"SII 1.
line in the
: Spokesman; Urban Growth Is Biggest Factor installed at the luncheon meetingof I Dickenon Inc. of Stuart had County SRD 1964-65 I was road adopted
1 Wednesday June 2... GRADUATES M \KF. "been awarded! contract totaling l-ucie County will add 500,000
. Although the They are: Dr. Ronald F. Alii- DEANS LIST AT PI\I(' .178,000 to construct! MX milesof to the project) from ItS secondaryroad
of highways) around growing network dicates. Some feel that it will> in. the same as last year according to I the rise in prices, the volume of "won president: Letter Combs' weepresident I Two 1%) Martin County Senior Martin. Grade Road I wes of fund"
) cities is continuous! major crease. Conservatism is noted I 44 per cent of the reports, 33 percent transfers is the same or higher ; Mark B. Smith secretary Stuart.Dickerson In the primary road fund budget!
I the supply of accessible adding to however. Buyers are said to be show it a* greater, and 23 this year for each of the nonagricultural ; Eugene Cornelius treasurer; l High graduates nude the Jean'slist was apparent I low approved by the SRD $600,000
sites, the proceeding with caution and Ted for the second semester of hiiMer' when bids
demand for land for urban particu per cent as kisser purpose with which Rogers sergeanl-at-arms. the ; were opaandlhMr Is allocated to the range line
I sion is more than keeping expan larly regarding price. I "Land prices have continue: this report is concerned. New directors installed at the I963-A4 year at Palm Beach Junk ..Bty by the State RiMil Department rod from StsVttt Road near Fort
reports the National Association pace "Land, for beth farm and non- their upward climb: ," Mr. Justice "Farm listings have been hard session' are: Eric Rhind \Villium >r College.They at Tallahassee.It Pierce to the Martin County line
of Real Estate Boards. farm use is sharing" in this expand said. "For both agricultural and to obtain in recent years. The Ambler, Ray Priel. Ralph Hartman were Jean E Smiley of I t was! announced when construction St. Lucie Cewnty' will add $220: : ,-
Jack Justice a Florida realtor ing market. Justice said. "The non-agricultural use! where values number of land sale for full-time Jr., William Crary and Dr. Indttmtown and Joan A. Oovtettof of the bug awaited eaut- QUO from itt secondary road fundsto
who is the first vice president of demand for sites for commercial have changed they have far more agricultural use reflect the shortage E. Stanton Maxey. kecchobee.. both of whom wed" emtnty link wouW s alt' ibis prejeot.RIwsele .
the national organization, and immediate development is the same as last frequently moved upward than Reports this spring indicate Installing officer wit Dennis maintained the \ltWlll8rY requirements I>tckll"Jll1l\" wni also /ajumiefit
i past president of the Na- year in 45 per cent of the nation, downward a volume of transactions little Hudson Jr.Frederick. of a B average or hotter" low lsidklee cat t1fiOOPttI> nr. fte "- I.......'. general a'l'lCm'Ny
tional Institute of Farm and greater in 41 I per cent, while lowerin "Land costs for residential auf,. changed from a year ago" DcHon West !Palm in fourteen or more semester noun. mil** of Inter'**** 95 in Dressed' met for the first time in 1647,
only Demand
cent. for
: per -- --- ---- ------ -
Land Brokers, commented on data sites for industrial expansion is division and for commercial development -
furnished 130 reflect the demandfor
realtors through. greater in 38 cent strong
per relatively
out the nation in around urban
a spring stable acreage centers.
survey 45 per cent, and lower
recently concluded. in 17 More than half of the reports
Our per cent. show be than last ...
; realistic zoning combined "Buyer interest in property for prices to higher
with a high rate of is year.
growth long-term holding i is increasing.
cause: for concern," he said, "com- Demand for speculative holding "For residential subdivision they
pounding the scarcity of sites that for future urban growth is dev are said to be above levels of last
are both suitable for urban development cribed as greater in 41 per cent of year in 55 per cent of the com
and economically feasible. the areas, unchanged in 39 percent munities, lower in 10 per cent, and
At the same time, demand for and lower in 20 per cent. about the same in 35 per cent.
land in rural areas is reported to "Demand for land for residential Price have risen even more tin
be strong" the Miami Beach I subdivision and as sites for recreational quently here kite are destined
spokesman for the national groups properties exceeds last t for commercial construction.: Reported
'Mid. "Farm operators are enlarg year's levels to be higher in 51 per cent r ;Ts $ 44L ei
ing their holdings!, city dwellers Owners of commercial farm ore of the area, they are lower. in any i' ,, U
are seeking summer home sites actively seeking additional acreage 5 per cent -
.and investors arc looking for prop. the report shows Simultaneously "Purchasers acquiring land for
erty in anticipation; of long term the interest t of business and speculative holding for future urban -
I equity growth. Often more than professional people in acquiring growth are paying more than
one motive" influences the pur- farms for part-time occupancy and I last year, according to half of
I chase. investment has continued. the report ((52 per cent)) Thi
Most reporters are of the opinion While the level of demand for compare to 10 per cent reported( ,
that the present level of sr farms or ranches for part-time occupancy to be buying at lower prices! and
I .mand will continue.. the report in.. and investment is about! 38 per cent at prices. about the .
same 'at last .year. "
Land for recreational use' has
rarely decreased in value the report
shows, with prices of sites
higher in 47 per cent of the country .
? ? ,_ ___ a lower in 3 per cent and un-
i s++a+a"tl, SCRe I changed In 50 per cent.
I I The rise in volume of land for
I agricultural purposes paralleled
that for nonagricultural develop
ment. Three out of five reports indicate
that prices are higher than
4 they were a year ago
( 3) : "Despite the shortage of vacant
land s readily adaptable to urbanuse
the volume of transactions i of
property for city: expansion has
increased" Mr. Justice slated
"With growth in the economy and

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J3C13"Mnani: : mpoa4me

I Mrs. Sniitty has returned
rIM from several weds visiting her .
daughter and friends in Michigan: J.(

Tlje residents of the park were ; .......
saddened a received
by message "
r.l"J', \"' '''.'.'' .
by Mr and Mrs. Harry Sunder, .
of the death of the grandson of :
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Bram- \ I
flier of Eaton, Ind. He was Jimmy
Moore and had visited his grandparents :
here at Christmas He was kv
r only twenty-four yean old and t
was just ready to graduate from :/ '
college when he died
I'G tTct'
A message has just been receiv
ed of the death of Mrs Adolph"

SISTER MARY JERMOE DANESE: S.SJ, is congratulated ry Dr. Numendahl of Colmar, Iowa. The
George Donovan of The Catholic University of America, Washington Numendahlt had many friends. f
here the winter '
D. C.? where she recently received a Ph.D. during season \: V1i.M'j j Mrt
Mrs. Wallie Bclham has returned ,
Catholic University'' Honors from Martin Memorial Hospital ?
and I is recuperating: from her
operation John Corfis* hat returned
Two at St. Joseph CollegeSister from the same hospital

AI Ennis has entered a hospital
Mary Jerome Danese, Louis Mo., Barry College in Miami in West Palm Beach for treatment
S.S.J. of Saint Joseph' College,Jensen and the University of Florida We hope that he ym !soon lie back "I
Gainesville. "home
Beach, has returned from The in
academic dean ,
Appointed the
Catholic University of America, MM. Olive Donaldson entertained .
of Saint Joseph College, Sister Jerome
Washington D. C.. where she assumed her duties in that her group of canasta: player "
and other friend at her home
earned a doctor of philosophy role in January 1964. Tuesday afternoon. .
gree with a major m administration Also included in the graduating I : .
of higher education class was Sister St. Charles Bag I The regular Tuesday bridge I Patrick
Their rallying was! the stirring ultimatum of I (Icnry: "Give
After receiving a bachelor of well S.S.J., who received a master club met at Clement Hall Tuesday cry
science degree from Saint Joseph of arts degree. She has studiedat afternoon with Mrs. Myri \
College, Emmitsburg, MJ.. Sister the Incarnate Word College I Huntington/ at hosum. Prim went me liberty or give me death" their signal, "the shot heard 'round the world"
Jerome pursued graduate work at San Antonio, Tea?; Mount Saint : to Mrs. Huntington Eva Donald .
The Catholic University of America Joseph'* Teacher's College\ Buffalo. son and Otto Cbih where she earned a master of N. Y., and St. Catherine's Col-
arts degree in 1960. Other institution lege St. Paul Minn. She too, faa Mrs. Mary Smith. Miss Emma. it, and the nation that gave it birth. It is a spirit that i is timeless. ands unit i V* ..:*.
Schraff. Met Ann PiscM Mr
Saint : .
at which she has studied member of the faculty at '.'1Ij"lilio'/ \
include Fonthonne College in St. Joseph! College I Grace Beauclrrk Harvey played and rumiaola Mrs at Bobby Mrs versal,, the essence of man's need to be free and the master of his destiny. This ', ::*'

,Enjoy the Summer Season Rosy Enficld' Tuesday afternoon spirit of 1776 won independence (for the American colonies and forged them i into t ,
I The regular Thursday pinochle!
With a New "Do" from club Thursday was held afternoon.Ambulance at Clement. Haft on a great nation; it lives on in 1964, in the hearts of all men who love freedom' ,

8 PLAZA ..
; everywhere.' '

Injured in AccidentTo "-

OWNER:- : GEORGIA IIARDWICK Be ladiamown ReimbursedTwo firemen are Enjoy A Safe July 4th In Martin County!!

: ,,.
to be reimbursed for hospital expense 'I.. ';1'
I -_-==-| RECEmONTSTi: : BETTY HARDWICK incurred when they were ., .
Injured in an accident while driving .it,
__ u d -_ a patient to Martin Memorial

. WITH Hospital several week; ago.
n d
Jam and Arthur Breed !
** Higby -
SHIRTS n hive been informed by Rear-
TLCTENDER don laaurance Apr K'f that. they fill SAVINGS AND LOAN
are eligible under lot county i
FINISHED ( LOVING CAM) _ormca''ftI1&/ oG insurance.

AT Payment, wae delayed until -adecMon EDERAL ASSN.OF MARTIN CO

was made tie wlether
ZUa ceaa the tire-... were csrc4 1 fey insurance
while on ambulance, duly.
SM COLORADO AVE. The coo were injured when the
STUART AT '7-175 ambulance: and an auto Collided
20 COMMFKCIAL !T. in downtown ladiantow. 1-SOUTII

Free fkk-.f A DrOrrry Slow don between suawfc nod. Open Dally 9 o.m.lo 3 p.m.

\ Mitriw tINt F.unb' Jury. L *tjnnr
newly halt ot dI4 Jufy 4 acctdeau -..... .
SDeciallv"Priced 5 for $1 0 tonwoed IW- ; T Friday evenings S .m.lo S p.m. > .

\'.. Accooats *jn, w 2 jn. WM the .*nt gala It
Ckarge haired fIN trwrrt or rival wot Mur.*, Midnight tour-bww t.plod.4 g-.., was t the Closed Saturday{ STUART 'LO'o8, u d a lt4 1 tt 1IfExceeds //

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XT THK STUART FU.) NETT9 Thnrsday, July 2. 1964

I )] Organizations Directory Skeeters Ain't RetreatersOr LICVIAL AUVEHTISEIIBHITTALLAHASSEE.. FLORIDA : r Directory of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

f CIVIC ORGANIZATION* Coa, Guard Auxiliary NOTJOa.. ,hIt, 'CI that th. TOIL CHURCH OP COO-flMmr
f Afcekelto* AaaeywiMWe < ".. -Wallet J. B."... TruatM 01 Its Intrrnal 1 iBprateinent Rev. BILUK .
*.. >,11 ... J. M CemmnH CaiNkAaiateur Men, .!.... Coast Guard AUK. .Id,. I Let's All Spray Today Fund of th* Slat, of Florida tells; Me'1

ftadfU.opdln.u4.orS.* CiaiertMay Cera* I(..? Cemnluleo; l In maetrnt I I. tk* Board ROn.ftb li-00 ::: Wrkh

Kmeaaind Chairman, -..t rank A. Weeks OoTrrior-. 0'1.11.1 BuidI. 1'30 .:Weraklp.
nan I p.s. .'d-4th Tuee.. IllS S.... Courthouse at. >* u : AM 1:1 .. Tu.i., "' Booting
8 RAY McCLURE $..T.tjfi 4 July 21th. 1M4. wIll .. Tit. **.
AAI.aI itlie L..qu.P.lIdI$2L N. C. Bawd ef 2 klnf AdjuttaaeatChalrniar y pun cn.. larvae may be counterattacked I Minnesota Michigan or the Ills f r ajrtiiisatlon> mad I Y..J .
.e.rI J. a.. >-Fnd KkMd (Stuart News StrfoppohiiedSclcnct One chemical control North Woods $*MtkZtt* A Llndaa 'O. TMI UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SIb T".." 11.8 t... hemesscsi. tog Tkur. 1.ID p.m.: Courthouae Fiction tdltof) I }I4S. P slm Beach, ') on ; AT compound is Ortho J 10-20. It con. For those who have decided to half or Loul I. Delano, for 1-12 .. .
._ Praleietonal WeeM*'* Oubr M.rtU County MUMUHI Cemmlukw taint I1KI9 .,... i. S."o
alkyl aryl sulfonates' and in the onat ol tIle following; de.crlb.d1a5d : a ,
V eerrnu-MlL Hum Wllluughby Jr. It 7:50 fight below I Mo'ltl.
U The mosquito
ld> LHa Mennlnnrl was : p.m. win had war to-wlti iees Wedneiday, Wum-
d-4tk Tuee. aUihta Fnet Nat'L Beak ".., 740 p..., Courthouse slid into the St. Lucia River to unlisted inert ingredients. It is not is the latest local terse official ASSEMBLY OF COD.-Patus a ... t
BfcV. PANltU Faetor1IK
M. C. Plaanlag sod Zoning Csrnrnlu.Io'Chalrmiu.lo..pb recommended for kitchen sink mix ril,. No. I495-4J.J63.1J & U.
.IXMUIUI '..N..III Rfver HierMti'pertr bring June 13. 1964 to a pleasant communique on the conflict: A parcel of land In >0 .. Suaday grbat HOME SU IUHII MOOI
.Ow... A._latt. OiwnlMeIrd ing. If accidentally introduced into "Culex pungens maintain 'h. Indian RIver I"m. easterlyof lli<' a. MoralDB wnhl fM. e.11
..lil.nt C M Robrabaoakl Thun., tlO, .... C unkoueeInd end.The the mouth nostrils or cars or lority through super and abutting upland; 'In the f do ,..... Tkvn.. Bible amdy Frayct I *CV. (I"RLII 0 B"/IIT. faete
*llnc> lad Wednesdays at koaM School BeardChelsrnuul1.er wind which bad blown use of airborne In Townnhlp it. I JO ... Huadar. .0. .
II, O. &I.d_ gustily all day from the east-touth- all. see your physician at your forces. Mass attacks have been recently 1. o.tt 41 Eaat Town of, Tll :.au bvaacellaUj pja Werekhi Mervlo

I! '-aI_ .Card.ss_timmt Clte Pfeilalit Ascsdstlsa II.. till p.. Ctourtaoa east was DOW gentle and from the earliest opportunity if you can see. noted to be less frequent '\ ,particularly Martin Cototy described FIRS IATIST_ I. Akr.o A_0 I PEOPLES CONGREGATIONAL-Jmptta*

Sun. I p... II.0. AfrlittUral IW* Tewn ., Sewalla PoleS touthwest Effectiveness: Naturally I it's Attack methods. now employed bculex ).* fallow: LIV. tUI&tT WATLCuS. Poitce ally, MATNaJtO

te.hsUsc. AssscIetIsa lcd 11I.1.Wnl, Memuelln, Around Stuart the voice f ".i, of one and half-a-do/en of pungent are of a hit-ami t ..' solos OKIO *..... Early t"1
1 I ". Ttwa Ran 0 From ebb Intereertlon of CS.centerlIne a. thurrh
Ir.5idsL-CeIs5.I. ueafl Q. T. Ute. .. '4 ._ .. .. _. children could Mill be beard out the other. run nature. Single cule* pungen or Bewail' Ptt '180; 5.. fonda VVonblD l.rvl. tl lbs Nareary

POLITICAL. In the In the case of persons allergic are making less intensive but ftoad and the north Un 1 1 :4... Moraine Werekl : both aervleea
yards as they played out the : Tilt ,.
I Club ef SmartPnaldent to colJinsoma High Point 1 8ubdt>lalon, a recorded else Vet,. Vwner ,
.-lln. Joba W. Ruievyaai tepukllcaa Club *f ". County last few minutes of the day. Here nardus pyrcthrins still slightly I i I aggressive air In Plat Tul ,fm.. Training Eveuln WorshIp .

1: lad Mon I tit p.m.. Won OtokCar4M .,..Idonl-.l... B. W.uoaRepukllcaa and there a light would suddenly piperonyl, butoxidc DDT mcthoxycbtor borne attacks of only I limited IDS, Public dkof":1', .Wode.nda. A.SAINTS' EPICOAL-.IOO... .

flblMua '.,It CIvK AuaalatlMlet Wemm1 Club ., Marlm Ct brighten a window. naled. or xylcne or all, nuisance value. Local forces are County, Flold&) Till p.. Mld-wa Praise lorrle* Jg..A.FkAHTU

I P..hI..t-8.1 M."lInI rr..M.nt--W. Arnold G..., their use should be minimal curtailed continuing to make north lIne : uald Ilig I It Holy Commoaloa
The attack a calculated PALM CITY APTIST-Mk laCrd
I Men, ':10 p..., rlret National Bank Out Tu... I p.m. Pint National Bank came without warn or shunned. Continued withdrawal loubdIviolOn' dlotoitom BfcNBY TATUM. SiOO a.... Kamil* Cemmunleij sad

,.,"..,... acts Club M. C. UimaeraUe EaMutlve Committee ing. Those who remember-and con to a line of more ef Cost to iSo wrutorby .h"r.. lulO. SchooL

->ialdnl>-<}redir .. Uh.lrm.o-Kd. 'f. Murray .11....I there are a lot of them- ay it tact can cause rash, vomiting paralysis fectual defense due to abbrev! Mno of the Indian Blvcr for thPoint Unit bidS .a.m... lu.MornlDf", Were*!. 1. Day.
... .... of Beginning;: theIr* continue Tjetday t Holy Commvaleaurailny
F 'h 0n. I -,... -Mardee Ik dale strangulation, 0 r minor I ated supplies extended I I Trmlnln Valoa
came from the supply p.
Hustls..o.e area of the Pratt to run North 01. 02' 88" .I --l* m.m. Holy Cemmaales
Jeaaaa leach Oaroa Club irritations.A lines abbreviated and Lout alone the north line of a pm. 1..1.. W.rbl, c t Tkureday Hralln a >
Pt .._.... Calvin Wllber - - - Jt Whitney plant. Some say it decision may be made by the abbreviated equipment, tract of Und conveyed by tin tat ... I..fitrr ., 1,0... Hoi, Unamunw..>
led Wed 1 P..m. J. I Womaa' Clukleaeea RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS came from along the St. Lucie householder money. The I long Tructer* of tile Internal, Improvement Meetlaa-
Clrla* Canal not to use any type range program for Fund to Be.aemerProB.rtlea Ualty Churtli -J04 Plftk. rien*
the S
Beack Wse.s's A.ascIatM.pee.Ide.I.Mn. Seewt. to weti.Any regrouping, FIRST BAPTIST-Pad iolarMO. I II I -lit a. Church 'o
Murie MIU.rtatlr4 l.e.dst-Mr.. Jack Wbltlear the surprise I chemical compound. This of rejuvenation and re-occupation taprogressing Imorporattd. a> recorded V. TAYLOR faaterS'4I ti,80 em.. Beraleee Sunday Wedneiday
way was com : In bIped Book hO. Pare
trIo I SI MaiyCknnk is
Moa, BR 7 1 Clubbed..s4.t p.m.
:: course a personal decision Sunday BckoelU:0
plcte and the initial according to an order 4JS Records of Martin a.m.
I. Weoiaa** Club 3*. Jeo ,k Guild i and hardly regulatory. In that iy and pre-dctcrmined County,b10r a dl.tnce of : ..rn. Moniloa WorshIp LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
I ._.. 'raild.nl' Mra. Edward heavy. Medicine chests flew plan. sao DfU Amerkaa Lutheran
...Id. Guy Cromwell Kln..lla open. is 2n feet to a point ald point p.m. Ckurval
lad MOB I p..., W_...* Club I. Mea.. I p m. bled Out came .t the alcohol Noxema, case it suggested the resident In the meantime, folks grin and bong the northeast corner of Trio p.:.. Evenla' wonklpt W, Prime Vleta Blvd. Part St. Luato
I spend a few weeks in Wisconsin don'tbare it. the afnreaald tract recorded In JU ... Wednesday Prayer m H. c blfrV FAai-0
Mania Cenatr Aadubon Seciet* Bused St. Jeeepk Holy Name Islet, ami Mcrtiuoiate. as mothers became . -.---. -.-- --- ____ pa'd Buck 40. P.re .10: thrnco logo Cow practle ..
led Mea, I p.Judi.. Clods office Pr.sid.ot-.H. Beimarln doctor and in u. ; c:; '. .. run South He' 24' 110 Kent, a Ills a... lOadast
nurses a matter 8h.L
Th. before ltd II.. I ,... Sekeol ,
M C. Aeaeclatloa fee Mussel HealtkJre.ld.nl .. of :: : dlatanoe of 123 (Ml fret to the .W. ..
... - - seconds. :t bulkhead line of the Town of abv. JACK rCKNAITDRI '
'- Donald Sckraeoeend
| TKnre.. Boon. The Beef BOYS SCOUTS OP AMERICA The atuck was relentless and .,, ., Sewalle Point thence run North gilt I... Sunday 8 STUART 'c "_ 03* 8617* hoot atoiie, a aid 11 a. MornIng WorshIpS IMertla* hi H.W Sotmd CMe Ceoler)
M. & Ckapter AaMrtcaa Cusses SealetfCh Tree* 4OO-Bco.tnia.Ur. Robert Perk tructlv.. Doors dammed shut -_ : bulkhead Ilno a dletoore I of :.p-m..TraIning Valoa Ray CMAJtLU BENMtTT. fact**

.lrrr._Mallorjr JobmoaMartla Wed... 1 S t f.m.. American Legion Hall in Stuart homes. Unnecessary lights ; 1'1 21tf.ll reel; thence run North 1:41: p.m. KTenlfif WeraklpTt4t hell ..... Son Santo
AwJlteryrmMentpMre. ShIp 405-Advtmr. Purl nalp < I6 !.' 23" Weal', a dl.l.nc. nf t. ... e Prayer 'I';.. W raal.
Meaerlal were .Wo .
Hospital extinguished. Residents bid i lil.f a..
Thar*., T p.m.. Metk. ChuMk. Albaay ., y ya fwts; thrnoe run South PastlogI
Curt Matioual Otto tank tm>..t4rm ***-A.... Kd klrkhart under bed covers and under beds. : Ie i ty:!& 25;-R-..t, a dlntance of TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST- ,I ICt.V CROSS CATHOUc..Iodlsato,.
til Hoa rirat
c. nuTs feet to the aforenaldweaUrly LKW1H Paeto* FIt, IAvb P11T4PVMNsU.Buldste
', I p.m.. Mrth. ckurrk Albany at. After the first concentrated attack : 1A\CI

M.'. Cardea Club Cub Pack 410-CubmMl.r. P.: D. Btemel ehorellno of th. In- 1 141 ., BeSsellull
't. ,
FrletTaea wave householders rushed dlan Kfver thence meanderingaald .. Mornlnr Werehly 51,45 a.5 Plot
prsoW.sb-RuT N. ilk Mon. Tmt: "., Cathelle gnhool P
;, itLv. ?see P... M. C. A,,. Bld,. Cub Pa k .SO-Cobm..... F. Roger for ammunition. There was none. 0 ihoniflne, run booth on* Colt p.m. TrainingUnion day ,pCoofeeclon.. bolos .
... 'flti Kat.i dl '."re or *ll.14 Site ,. Erealna Wonalp
List 7HO YouTh Center J Jv ST.
4 Mania County Retarded CalUre *osa.Pr.slde.Is.lrs pm. They had "'IY' O.
forgotten to buy it. The I fret to the Point of Hevlnnlnir. see p.m. Wei. Midweek frayyDUNKLIN .1. EPIIOPA11 .
BwlgertIrdTkura. JENSEN BEACH 1.17 acrea, more or .
.. 1ilOp.ai., Com.Xm, lit Nat Tree* 401_",...t.,. J. O. Lookado city and county heavy artillerywas \ Cunta1lina MEMX BAPTIST-. latfatenMbV. I S and ... J u. t* Sept

Oatlawd Seeretarlea AaeeelalleBPreeldent W... Tilt, ".... Oommunlty Hall in a state of repair and caught .<' I. \ TIll WT EPISCOPAL; CHURCH
Cob Pa Hurried
--Mra. B r. Ann Llndeey4th SIlo W.. A'.... Goinrnunlty Hall building. C Objections 10 Ih. .rope..d .sloof a... Moraine W.. IACRAMLNT.-341 Ckltk St. laduHU*)
Mon., M. C Publl Library. Cob Posh .O-"Cubm..t G. .J,._ calls proved there were cat t' soil l lund .huul4 b9 .ubnlttcd I. StlS p... Tralnla Uolea. REV. V. THOMAS LOUCIS

Pus City OardM Club ttb =.." p.. hlr"l ualties even Civil Defense ,, the CLI I koginoer. Truuts.u or the 1,1,..Woraklp Derrleo Bee .:. Chorek School
Prmldenv Mine Mabel P nney : among Improvement Fund 1 lut ...W. Midweek SerrU* TICS s. Holy Xnckarla
I personnel. It was the same old : DulldJn Tallahaa.e
lad Tbara. til a.m. GUI CeUalai CLUBS dt 'lold. I IRIEV.
-too little and too late.I I to the date fIrst above niuntioneo ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Caat CHRIST M.MOIlIAI-.I.. lakni
ClI, Clvta 4rialaatl CMta Club ef Boost .I Winter
The Trusties renerve the right to JANUBZk.W8KI aeaaon Sill!. Nov. t* AprlLS
Pusel Andy tlllnlokl .. ..._Aaroa Muaum Throughout the night residents di-cIlD/ to make ale of any or all I Week ...., Moa thee tri. 5,501
lad ::dole CeaUtPelnclana Wed.,, II neon Townkoua KeitaarwtladUatewn fought back furiously with of laid 'land. The ..10 It and when Huturday t tlo.Confeailonat CHURCH OP COD-....
Cardeaa Clvie AiaeelallaBifieild.nt Klwanle Club spray made ah all be to the Trua- Saturday ... Tanraday I ali v. IVEBKTT BOIlS
guns bare hands folded I.l kef or fIrst Friday ef month. 44* t .
i. W. Mareolt 1'.ld..t-J.m. MlnWed. newspaper a unto themaulv *i Ititt **> Sunday Sckoer

let Men,-f Her..., borne II ill ... Somlnol laaJeaeen fly 1 swatters, or they moved I IOFF 76 metal
Pert loIs,.. ClrU Aaeeetatlea bosh Lleae Club about in a sporadic St. Vitus's thereon or- th..und.,. i'unhuaor ST. CHRISTOPHER'S C1a Tilt ..m. Wed. Young leople'
**iMlil nt->Walt.r Benion ..' .. -Jame* 0... dance. la required or furnlHh .Setiad Kdav.
let Thar*, I o. 131v15 Cmtat lat-lrd Wed., Vail ..... Sermour It documentary tax atampa for the at It.. .. Saadaya
and Tbara, t p.: luppor eelala 0.C. was near dawn before the Inatruinent of conveyance.BY FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST CHURCH OP THE GOOD SHEPHEJU
CMl' Jupltar-Hime.. Bound Klwaala Club waves of attacking culex pungens OltriRH of th. 'I'rusted' of r 1ST. 724 Rue Oeeaa I JupltarSkV. '
Pert Salarae DefeanePbhou -Robert Harp .
the L.
bud T.... \
Rw Clvta Club bluer Club el gene retreat. FAKKM.lIl.JT. Governor 'iflO t-m..Wed. Teetlmonlal M 10 itt a... ParIah ).e.bacI,(. Sermon

.raeldent' -
.t *, Clukhena W.., blobS p... burIes Inn recovery before dawn and vendettas Truateea ,. ,. Fund Enalneer Mon. through frt. SiSt -...1..I JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY'

moon W_'. ChikPraa.Mra. bluest Klwaal Club Pubi June St. July 3, I, II, 1 4VOWcB p.. Skrlla.' Drive, Jon_ Beck
Coraello B. Va *er.oJ Pra.ld.nt'. H. 1 iHaaidal Hlpeoa were sworn as soon as it OP CHRIST-421 4. ."V. HBWJON M. TV/UCOT
W..., Silt km. Club BUdln 'lb... II'ill .... 1... HeuwStuart Will light enough to see the at. TALL"" ..11 C'I.OIlDA CICH COHBkUL. 111 Pa. tilt .... Sunday Sckool I,
TO DALLAS-Ralph Kramer, left. and } .uaday I all inC 11 sm. Morals Weraklp
t tackers. Eddie
Tabebula Cardmt Ore** Ituart H145.p.rnrs Iq.or D_ clubPrs.ld.S.GIlb.rt secretary tilt
la hereby liven I that th* It.'tl: Bible StudylliOO p.m. Youth r.ii.bo,
akalrmaa.. Kobert J. EMtar louis By dawn It was completely Indisputably Cifford president 1964-65 officers of Martin County Senior High TruiUea of the Internal Improvement .... Woraklp sad CoamaalMK jut .... Wednnday, Youth, Ckob- II

fat. Wd\ Bill *.. kern* T... S pa., Toutlo Cnt.r unquestionably certain. Key Club leave this weekend to attend national. Fund'of the Slate of Florida, | Op-.K.nln,, W.mkl Ill, pjn. Wedneiday, Bnlor Choir
- - a convention at Ill outing la the Board Itonm, of Tttt ... Thursday Midweek Sent*.

CHAMBERS OP COMMERCE Lleel Club t the mosquitoes were here-and Dallas Tex. the UOVtnier'a ftr Capitol Bulldn Till *... Midweek Bible JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Brttt R.
HOB louadp.s1d.nbDr. Prmldmt-KUaworth Siknurbuick likely to stay *. t, 10.(10 A i luaaay-T p... Watohtower Btitdr
4141.utT,) ..n July 14th. 1114 will
led T.... I ,..WIUI.Commualky Xyer*Ooam* 'lad-4tk .Wed. T P.tIt. 'Iowa House On Sunday citizens swamped BACK SEAT KIDfJt: Local Key ClubbersSet : application made by Crary eonsides' LEG IL AU'IRTIIIINTJ Monday-Tilt p.m. Bible Study IsIS
Stuart Soroetlmlet Cluk stores for repellents in form I CraryCcaOy. o. Drawer 84, .niq-t.t..IIIM''U.
Busch Area any A DEADLY
usrn Prrnl.teet-L.tus Wolf CORAL for Stuurt. Florida, behalf of Ar-
Penbera .,.. and shape-good, bad or Indif ConventionEddie thud 1), for OTION Of HKMIFF 1 ISLE IN I BZDUML*
f.rl-r:' it-Srd T. aoo*. liaru* tap Uehon. purchai of th* Tim riRcur toiHr. MAntle I LvrtlEUN-E 0. ill,
; S urn Stuart Jayeeoe ferent. Anything would do that Ronald (Bud) lores, Stuart tolo.111 deaorlbed land, to-wlt; ('l'T', FLUHIOA IUoV.ii DONALD K IIOlIaOED"

Port Srtem* Pasld.nt-41lob would "ell 'em." I service station operator, was va G if ford and Ralph Kramer 1IA1UE J. "T'Tt 1 hiSs :: Sondet Bsbooi II' Studs
C. II."... l.O 'YSl. #iltl-1-Vl3.13 Wuobip asides I
Praeldeaw-E. Tine. T iSI .. Plaintiff
In* rb... S p... Pink.*. 0. Paw At the day wore on, residents cuum-cleaning the rear scat of a rC\Jctivcly president and net' A parcel of aubmnra-Kl land In | cHain THE RING LUTHERANi

ItT&i'AN$ ORGAItIZATIOMBArnodesa and public officials pondered the Sedan owned by Roland Lucclcr r Key Cu at Martin 'thtH.. LorIs itiv.i In Sir h- JAUhtt 8. REUNO ) -

>raid.av .J V llanayt, MeUenn 'Lo.ise. ,_ Beaek perennial problem: what will local real estate man last Wednesday County Senior 1964-65, (led II, Townnhlp IT Itoui Defendant ) unK P.J\RNSON. PaMel
o.W'. _.. we {Una41 Mst ClTy of Stuart. II Virtue of a WrIt of *""u. .,., ... S1t..b lIeb..1IU
\u nun. a.m. I.4.4U MUSs S ... UwJon Pull do this year Should we use fog when he encountered ibrightlycolored will b's among 2,000 Key Club ilarUn t' lylutfweeterly f!loa)In my l u.d .ut ut
M.taO rknto DhrmkniChalrmaa h 1.1 b Lot limilt Court eult Marl; l It= *
ers, and their adult advisers who : f a of h"
-Pklup.. I.".. Amerfean Legion. Stuart or liquid spray, or what? Wh t: wiggling critter A of ( lark 3. Hogrno .' Jame 8. TUgn I
tub Tker*, PIsces Gkambor BHla Commander-Joe* U Taylor can we do about this persutent Floret killed a three-loot' coral will attend the twenly.firt annual! ed in Plat Book I. ;*or4t duly alteated June 1. tOte, |the I IRST METHODtST_laoo CaUeU* A**

1 "" - - -. Sod sad Ilk Frt, S p... Lerbo Ball unpleasantness? snake which had somehow climbed convenlo of Key Club Interna Public. Florida.Bo.ordu, contnlriliiK of Martin County Jdll"nt| on beIng which .ald execution In th*t I W.V.I 4S ALLAN*... Morala R.I aTVABT Wnh|, \

CONSESiVATIOrlAndufcen Amerl*** UgUa. Indlaatow* The day-long pondering pro_ into the vehicle. The coral snake, t at Dullai Tex., July 5-8. aurea, more or leu.knd 2.C I.... I..ucd o.., I.lcn reo'dt t hats II I 5 iiiOO It itt a.m. CkuralT School

pcM.sb-LofsbS Beemty Mom. Bo* lit Commander I .... High duced nothing new In the end. while not aggressive, is a deadly Key Club International a service will nonalder olijedlon thereto :l levied of on th.all..rltbl. ,111..and Kugno'Intereat In-: 1 itt am.p.m. Mornlai YouU rellowahlp Worship r

ty, r _.Kw\ In' ..t.IaaaJ .au IIUIlaM Ltl. Amulair. Jeaaan boil tried and true methods were again L reptile iu venom being similar to I i organization for Objection to oIIJ I and for the following daocrlbedproperty (>On. worshIp .Mrvlo a* 1* am. :.rttlllHlTY
.. that of the cobra.IIOLLEY & thl of maid land be ': located' la MarllaUUb ),, July aad Auanet Sundae eekool,
?,sel4seb-CbSrrn* LIaIsed Preildeal- Emm McCa* considered and discussed for a i boys, sponsored by to.tli. Chief Engineer blt:3: 1 rlorlda to
lit rrt, S P.m.. Oourtkeua i.d-4tk ... I p.m.Amirlraa counter-attack. l tcrnatiom-l I. and maintains lilt Internal Improvrnmnt; : will) aLV. NEIL NItTHODIST--(VI8AIAJa B..sb

.Ce Club Lagla Aoill..p. BluorlPn.ld.nt IlmUI Ihlo, nutldliig. "" 0'- An undivided one-half" Intirrit Pull
*nijtiM ((1)I) There is the personal ideals and .. out Sunday ttokeo4
: Tue*< I ill pgm.. Btuart Twtb Clquae -Mn. Clara ... coun APPOINTS CA1MRI11S objrctivcs a prloe t. data first abovehiontlonstd In thn rulloulne-' <**crlb'd 11 itt san Worship Hrnloe
lad-Ilk Men. S p.s.. l'r Vail ter-attack. It consists of various CAMPAIGN MANACIK: more than ,( > members in ap. : T\\ Truater* reaurv properly altuatr l>fiiT| and being ,'II'
$ $ Isiltieb Clubp.osIdseW. I the tight to to make .. ; In Martin County. tlorlda. WSSSSi Wecohlp, h. adOSCROLA
preparations to be sprayed sprinkl. proximately 2,600) clubs located
BndleyJualer Marlm County Bmka, V/.WJ ViComm.nd.fPhilip of' an* or all saId land The aale to ;
i let Wud. I ... .su.sl I A. Elna ed daubed brushed or whisked Charles R. Jlollcy, Republican I m high schools throughout the If and rwhfn mad ah.11 b* uubjeei "It
I led w". I .... .Ine.. *.u BoiL .11.. .,... rri.. J. B. Conmuiilty Oatr about the clothing and candidate for governor, announc United Mates and Canada. H> Jh" Trustee crier 5iif untotheinatlved .martlnaat'a polnl'Whtr, lix,, 0. 1t"li.I.T.lHODI r. P.M

::1 -------.0---- Marti Ceuaty B. | AwillmrT anatomy. ed' 7%i of th* Ka.t.-rly' nontlnuatloii .of Iii I 'AI..a oadoy loUiS
OI that ho PbOOPh.l.i
It is recently had appointed -- a.
ORGANIZATIONS PnHdeat : basically art ingredient miniS .malal North line of Traor-, 51Cc. 1, u .
t FIREMEN'S -Mr* N Hall frontI Roy Gamer, of Pensacolu his I.Mltl.: ILls sHTISIstsTs : : Ih*- petroleum I therron or thcrruu- 19 K H l ::MtataJSr-;ki/a, -
as ,
/.._ Bead rbwawa'd AuaOlarp lnt-li-4 rrL, S ,am. OU Com. Ckonk cymbopogon nardus, I __ \ : . Ibep
d Pilrehkaor I I. required to pay Fafnia or It..h ..
I .. ._Mr*. M.rl Profltt. "._'* Ceuacll ef Mvtln c.." cpllinaooia nardus In lay language state campaign manager Gamer I runISntltw 501 SiT 1'lea: CUtlet ro.or furiilnli doi-umentary tax I, page lut"Ir..o"t ? w..4. : ., lila _

led Monday S *>m.JeaMnj Ch.lrn.M-Joka W. Pillar citronella It may be aked for b a native of northwest Hon Beeck Veluater Fire DiH taiilVMM I ltd Mon. I P.M.: Utuart Legion Burns who did an with 'N H 110. 0' Itnu' Iloed .,.. th-uo .Ils p.n.d .ut ate4 (..4
ouuundmg job 'fcV'ohOKn
"! I ..... Flnkoae by such names are; "Off in an I NI4TAn: of fIts Truati-c of proceed Nofth""l-43'lJ: t'es.long t floes, MoIII ..,"t.) 'j
V.F.W. ltstC00001u1155.4015 oil or a fog spray; "6-12" in anml I the "draft Goldwater" movement EDNA It W"1IT\IG.. { hid Internal Fund of the North 'naljt OtintUN'.
C Salera Firemen' Ancillary M. Murray in that tbd. tttat tl' 111 atul fta 1f.IY' conntiatlon .' NitTIfOOIS1'-l'l. IaS..e
I fort ".._Mary 0.... ....,, Tit... QuIllS veto BUdl* a roll-on, or fog spray; "Pic"in area. H" has been in charge :OTH \ III? NIIIou. .JITIO! ."nl'l I'.u.. CovernorATTK for '1'.01 to a IILV.lIe 0. 5. klilGHT JL
TIt.,., IMS tkm Fink**** the three forms; Skecto" Inmost I of the "Holluy for Governor" or. .'fi lit u. "' point: thence SouthOO'1u07' :: hip B.nl15i41 .
V.F.W. ladlantowB "'' '-'lCI W. n. 'JIDD. riilef, Engineerbi %% eol foe .;% Cut ho pedsel
ganlzution in the '
Pert SaUriM Volunteer Fir D.sese t I 'edrnadsr.-Jn..ph ". Pnetn. forms; "Purpac" In an oil; panhandle. mN.ltll.t 5% 'MI .' 'I'1 a point of brclnnlnir vf the OilS pja. rW..n. ( Lean*

I, Pre.ld.at I Ta-_obert rinkeue Jokaawl.tlrd lat-lrd Hat. tilt p.m. *eS Mom and plain: old oil\ of cilronella.: I i : ,In: "* *' that Kv Put .J: li \ lul')2, 1m following deacrlbeil parcel; 7CPp... ::::. "

'Tiii'NAt.oKnA ON' VT.W. Ay.Ulary, Stuart effectiveness: It's' ".1* of one Foxes are as active in winter .r.1 Mck..II I",,,. fltadSli tloi r.. as COl'NTY Continue Houth 'OOMI'tT"West 8 50 ... L ... IbIs'
Title JllM.f01: HT
I, Anode Ovd ci DMOIOPNuuIaP I Commander-Mra. Jennie BmMk and half-a-dozen of the other." as summer. They do not hiber trl nf na A.J"I.'r.o.' of tho Rn. S I. P'tPfl .55.lltTSt t.ol for rncoed IK*.7S North feet to a point, ; thnnr Tilt lad....d. Pnyor 4th MetlaJ"9T
C.to E.h. HriitvlaDmeaeed'
let-lrd Wei. Oolden Uu BullduujMISCELLANEOUS nate. ;
, I blouse. obtainable in mountainous quan. I hot ''IT h.n" flied '1,1.'' .*"lllon for INT't.fLORID.\' for l 1075 fret to a point: thence METHODIST...
... ,eII Maewl Temple (mteulew
Moa T iSt *
.m title at -- final and that nu..cd North SI ii'el" East *
most stores. lie
LSol 5L Aloe ,1 }; J GkORUli R. MeCuKMiciT
1\\ Maeaal l.IullsRMRs'r i,nnly Honorable .: IT.01 for I7H.S1 r..tl.point {dud .
Aeeala Ledre ) .
IICW4 a. gaaday
(2): ) There II the home School
Civil Air PatrolCernrnocd.rl.lsut.n.nt counter. t'rary Jr. County II point bclne S7.HI fet of
Mscter-thrlutlus LaTh of Martin I I.
Worshipful ,
'I/ lawird Tkura, a ..., Muoal Temple J. 1'. Strong) attack. This may be successful by, iv Jl run oe..foiHr 111 UK StIlt TIIK: i MtMIIX 01 try ( .nly. Florida' on July Uth 1M4. Pl I. .T" ) the North lln* of (J.\\'. .s-rn... IIYP Noedog Wsuqibip ,

,I Loss Miller Clrele. Elk.rrwldeav M_. Tumdaya lOS: p.auCammltte use of four simple ingredients,, 0 IMV, KI.OIIIIM. lIUO.. -f?.r ...P'!".".",'*of" the a a AdmlnlHtrator.m., and for TO A'T' JrM.Ktf A N l> AL7 loll thenro by en sveeu proceed cv.Northeuterly whuuer.th vIsa Tee ..-nfc.. tf.alag Weraah

-... borothy llardyla of IOOChairman pyrcthrins. piperonyl butoxidc, IN D iii'T.>t\itn a, th. Katate: ur "1"". W.lvIW. PJRINK C'LAI\1 Kit-( t.ffJL .. I iii Sll.ll Oh.?. and la a I.. sun. Jhanday.Tbanday. Junior Ckolr
I < ltun. a ..., Uka Led** U* Comb TUB >: I..d. U AO.UJIT 1.\1 irrv. for an eec dlatanc of Sealer Choir
met dislillates. flu'1101.5111
Bn.omlv. Dlraetor RIII l'hllh"oll nychlor. petroleum June t' t. 118..t. to th* point of betftn- FIRST PRUBTTUtAN-N. R" .
I Beta Sigma rill SererltyEaelleei MAR UAIISF.H, of Poll are hero'by -
W. Ooeaa .1... AT "f-4111 If you prefer to purchase lIsouo'i.l i)t KVFIIFTT NICKEIX : e.quired' to pcross( Blna.Notice. Sky.XY. MALcoLM A NARRH P541. I

Zen-Mr CaepterPraeldeut *, B. J. Abkettletlrd Lady Caller AaeMmtknlPraaldent It prepared rather than fur,home MlTM H Tit < luau I lifts tol AdminllKirator.In. of the :I.(* soil "I.h o. d..m..nd which' )ou. 0' I I. hereby, given that enWedneaday 150 A. IYDNEY' LOWf' AMlarad

Tkura S p.m, kemo --Mr. BUI HartnellTua mixing, it will be found under lloaula All rredltore of the <'mat. or .'I D W..t"la. : : mar. S snonita If '. rllty".3) the Ith day of Jul buds :: :'.I:: .
Mae .,. MirHAKlT'tt
Harare, -
I lit a-m, M. C. Gull B Otry.Oak docvnard, I.1TTUAV Olt lout between th* hour of 11:( St .... TOUIMI People'a
PM such names: "Spfayway. "Black f Atlantlo y Mlew.klpAdult.
XI Gamma Ckapter and
i reiiulxd filenrilce
IP ter : .
..f.If : o" : at IMt:
I Pe.uld.nb-Mru. Joe ilnl' yrd Lively Art Club flats" "Raid." "Bug Bomb ,", my tee dnundd, sthiih II.y AI..rl..., Jun. II.Ad''nl.lr.tl". July till flllna fee of :QihnaJo.t at the front : PRUBYTLRIAJC WNannIlTT.,.
1. IOA.to the County Judve'i I4.bu Bused
I Court
Dloy incus
l* | Tkura. S kemMiUutkUM Pr.elduMMr.i L. Aahky Arkigael hut ail'l OPIIII In the I Court Boos
flit. "SJub-a-Bug.- "SVee- of the County Juilpi of Mil'KM 0.' of Martla I County, In the 'oir5Hoops .M.I.oun" inter-* ) ....
led ._. I\TKT I and
P lilt :
*4 Ik* AaMrwaa Reralatfe p.m. Murtln TO trnosls: at Stuart, Florid, within' rlth" Uti. rrJIII ICUONi
doo. The County. Florida, within alt KoMMi' .. .
ingredients are not recommended iitolI5 t>( vi 0. it of the Ueirtio In .eeI
Marjorl Homier I
Rse.lqIs.MSS. .
month from Ik .
Martin Ceualy Fair Aeelatte calendar nionlha from the date of .I'f\ all ea..da. data Worship
iPneMeat sri Cur the aboVe IIwYJee
led ,... komo* .. J. W. Muaeey for mixing in a home the flr.1 publication of thla II.'... CI.tRIDten'rI.'s of publication of thl nit- \ Nubile AuctIon 440 p-rn, 1'.11_.

j' Metker' DeMeUy Club let Moa, Tilt ... AgrUuhural Bldt.Marlla Kach i claim or demand' onhist be Inwrllleg T : 1,. ,Ic*. StAID CUAIM OK I>KMVNDWOH.N r.0 ., for .., t. :tbrt t tI' c-rn, w. .jfJott CIo,
bar.Effectiveness and muat Plate Hi* ulac CITY RWB5 !rKT5m ) Sill D5'll' AND .. .
'. .Mra. Jaekeoa Wright '11 IIT T *IN' .IV.
Aaain.I'. "si ofone II .1 UNrTuIAN
: .
IN .
Cwaty Gal of .1" .. ; PItLLOWSHIP
SIB Moau. T lit p. Maeonla Tempi aad Cwulrw Club and po.t-offlc addiiaa 1u undo hoed and ..,1 tort .
tan ( O
; O..n .
Pn.ldenk -Ed Hlgbe* and half-a-dozen of the other of the claimant.. muat b* snore toby uv.TiTviAMr, .,RIIbAri : N\t W., Tt,. day Jun I 041 iwIn. dnmnlnfto C._.
Ladtaa AuallUry to ladle BleatOlady I" Tu. TllO Clubkwu th* claimant, nai'nt. hi. NVM-K Nis.< : M ." IIOT C. PALER UERI Pn.w.Ip 'o'
R p.m. and there are mountainous 'I'li or ; AMENIiBD. ef th .,* Suedes, ? '.=
attorney, ''
or It K 8"i'Y MARTIN I V
C' becom voidccorrilnif 'KNT"! EONlNll Llian H CQVSTT I'WIIrnA hip
Chlsf F.namaa M.tio Crusty Farm BurneiPraildmt quantities at most stores. ttt law .; Bvulk pieaaedAddr. .. u. is.sk. uly T HIT Itbool 14 a... Iaday.
U'il; 11 RFD I. < P11
sib TMK. S pun. lour Hall Albert' KriMgar ((3) There is the out-door counterattack II June IMI.a :YI'TSSR: < iIIi.ZosDIdI..saa .
I.ladpMd. OrdW ol Odd rttwMobl lad Tkur, Samuel low ., NVNCf HARNRM KTIMRT. : \ is 'to Jeraey ix Ttin CIM<'rrr tOLl OK THBMTH CURTIIII 55,5. .IIII/Ia. ,..
Oraad Leul" C'aaua carried on by both the K *ciitrlx of th. ljuil Will PgtKF.rV'rcNT1H.: Ji M'tnl aj'i JIUKMU tIP'IlT S. 110.4. c-haul
Martin County Amateur ladle dub Individual householder at>'. through .nil Teitamiuit nf Kiwel : ANt) 55115 VISIt .MtBTIN V TI cc p.. 5usd. L ...lIatia .
feS7rrK.rs'VKr; '_ldent-Bill BrtUea Mae H..n.. devtaaad. TtTKBSATlUCli 0, ..0.0' : 'II' ,.. ... .
ThIrd Thun. S P-m. AT ,... city and county control programs. lAURT F. l)TKIt liiFslil; ti Kaa-t Ocean 1hl. I" CII : : CETIDENANIt
fwdmn khnr Eaeampmeat U This out-door counter-attack Attorney for Kxecutrlx c.U'IJ P. CX Box 11. Floridaubn ] Pom 0" CHIJItCH OF CHAIIf
Martin Hiatorial mayxs > I. It. II. 41U1T1AN
County July iseeROTWP3
e.rIehh'lbonnon" Wll.oaSd4tk SeaMr flrat Publication: July S. l l.r'ub.1 CIIIUKD P'OWSl I intIf4 Cherub CHuaCH
TM. S .._ lOOP Pill '_ild.n*-. .. HorroR accomplished in three ways July I. I. U. 33. lIst Al UON .$pus .

Jwuea BUeak Seaan Club aad AoatUaryPneldant lit Taea, T ill P-ot. Plait NaUeaml .. but there I is still considerable diversity tIlTS 5S..i'. m-fV": I1L'K i !. I>- or KKTITIOt lNTICCTION 5155111 toNNUI5'rR FIvi"\RD BCKLYI'PE t Sue .. Suqidny aAKga. 11kb.JR.iobe.nI JI...

j -4)erae TutO Multiple LIe,.. Bervw of opinion as t<> the bestreparation IY It TIIR.. t'tsI'tTYJl.tsiiN: elsi nT 'O ISII1V' A/'lSH'owy I I IN PoSies I. hereby given that the TVfendant. j I S.It.', ._ Suaday. Wn-shtp bontisi
'II 1._
"01IILK F1'
Wleaedmi.ti) under Tkurodaj
ITk* tot 'T'. the Bit .
H.wl .... Senwtary- H. Tamor and method if any. 'LOKIIH ISt HIt'isflfl51ls IS PLAT "PTI.I. OTICI or ktIT siad,
P.uIdsuO-Med. un..r. Lows of Florida.
.. .. .. 505151 S TO
Taee. S : EdwardBuckley Pup
Sad-4Ui Frt. I p.. J. B. Com. Ckank If the fog amY method is used rHO.TII1 1\0. ISIS t'VNri. ) hr.u. "C will redder with the sic Ancient
0..-.tal. Mosses kiviudPJt Pake City Homo DemowtratlaB Club both individual lawn IV RKHTATB!: .I.j l lerk of tho Circuit Court In and Imo., California Europeans displayed

\. 0. SlatarhaecF ,.. _Mra. Elliablb P.C..,..* through mower HANK n.Or RAfHOH.: NtrTICK 18 linilEHY to for Martini County. Florida upon ? I. hereby .Iun nolle* mwletoe-aot a. a k.iaaing charm,
''I' eII._ lit Taea, !:! a.**. Clvlt CaakatPefaMlaaa attachments and large city.. .k/a rUANK It.u'IIt''lr. f .1 peraona Int. i .|, |n on'EN Silt receipt notlo of ,th- "-I publication. .of S Complaint for Dlvore ha* tat ::but M a euro for ufcen.
CUI nam,
O filed' aaralnat you In th* ebor
re.Ideub-MI. H.ruld 'I..uuiUtId Keaeel Club county fogging devices' Malathon mnwanriikOTlrk i ; of tit. t'Ity of br and
Moa I pxai kemog and diesel fuel is recommended.If TO ('K"01 rolt. wltl r.lh* Od..I.l.d s Reaolutlon' wIt l XX11NiT8 FARM foma-olnir" POPE,0.Plaintiff. p- -t--
-rsw.f.t.'i. All erwlltor of th" ntiaie, of '" .I"ne. I"**"** that "ng which I In bual., c.r wnral
CI cbpa.ild.ntMrR.**ter iMatlag? plae [ choking gasping for breath, KAJK W. HAl-HTM. ./", HAXH an amendm-nt in Ordlnanc No. nee*, bayIng In::* nature.. of I I. '<. a dl- Stuart Rotary Club
" lad-4lk Wed.. Harold II ..Burkey kerne Pert Bali,.. Hem* DemaoenmmM dub coughing or eye burning or an, :H. dec|>aa4, are hereby notlrl.d ,IU oa.. ";1"1; b"s-' the XonlnalSriJS iuUiM. In 'Io.r: An.w.r. or other.required plead In to*fll t.* aald.U'
and required to file liiVf .11" eli, .* li .rt.hiTiln.Vt Pasti
Pneldeat-Mra. SUIak N.wlla occur the operator e/ the device any untx. Fla.f that th* fr Complaint on or Xotk Wet "USTr II
Ralabow l rm
Order of CM or demande whIch they may l' *' M Shot lb. ; :" otuontl.7
Wertk AdulsIf4lIs. Ceullarltlrd lit Tkur, lilt ped0 Ctvl Ceam ihould discontinue hoes oa-alnai ald sstst. I th. > dar of July. 1114. tk Do. & .
operation cfur.In In of. :
: Ith-hard.oIs .t Florid. (9
I be .. ..onJaVrSTa.; 'tunt allegations I ontladl IH .-Com. ...
j To**. T ill ta.. Maeoal Tmapl* Riptide Playen el Mantis Ceuaty flc* of Ito County Jud of Martin I.'lr .
the long period of recupera, I .. : : : : in' be ..* .
. P.1. 1te\oobU. County tlerlda. la the ( r s.i 11.1. sod Pm .o Claim .wd the ... :
Mtla Oraad Oraf. RJI Pr'.Iduub-Juboitlu C. Ike.2sI.lrd tion. It is worth noting that fog,. at Ctuart. flwrlda, within, .!< (Ikcalendar :Si .. sti nlll: .la to bo stm'uuoodr.s:7 ::1 r-r. proceed .. wf .

.!: V.t-lrd Men, S p.: luG, UaOBtavt jut Tkun Tk.rt.. I .C.p.m.BuiUue Coined Bootleg Boiling spraying is recommended on lawn: Ihe! fIrst month publication from..r tho thla date ntl, _of I a* ; >"lulr'P' rlkadjI"1" PI lutUrHt 1. othr ''... .r.n..uch. 10 with*r lB Wlmdf
Elk Ladg .
ewMa ISTSICxalted court
4 Ruler-Oeaa Teka It. LM|* Islet Yaekl Club mowers only after 930; p.rru to: Ua'h (rialni. or dtmand must bo inwlltl.g intl "O'OF TI5K th.raof rmt: be eerved copy th
1.1' !t. UDM
i I p.nw Meaaay -..- H... prevent evaporation. No reconvmendation iwafdeai-and omit atatr the placer I 1.111.:, ""I.m..dl .. t1.c. i TI.FirrtTIAIn. Niwp. ,.Uf o Plaintiff. aUorWya* .
and poet mitt. by gIven that th.
Stuart SkrlM clubI let Tkan. S sxm, TaskS CM I It noted for prevention I of Ih* elalntant and niu>( n I".addreee*.orn .' I.I Sits ruenrd.4 In undercOmed) under tk* prort.lon O/bl.n. OugrhterMn.Florid. f, \V
I ',,.....0.. AIM' Stuart B.udl *t Raaltir of anger fey neighbor to 4>r th. rlalmant. hi eoc IIL or LIeS .,5, rl". 53, ... of Cli. to. 10511. Pl'rldo,. Thl.. 1 IIt..n hal| b CITYCOMMISSION
I let Taee. T p.ma Maiiate Yeoht Club Preeldenk-.Raneoai Tllton Sis altorne; or It will t U. "'in. yoldUUUIAltlC1' l".eh C.u t t'lurld. Art. Of 5511, will :":.'with 5''verb .-- llahed !I. ,. .ul New Ub
.1 UNited CaeMMnMl T.. If the liquid spray method I.u hed. I courdln i* dw. .f tb. u .a n.
let Tkan, S Bold Co.i. 1 Ie aid .\.
JVoior Coaaaelor-Ed Howard p-m Btuart IsiS< anoindieir I ft. Florida, .p. "hl.. Martin I
the resident can ask for RAfSCTt lad Ruslag tS'I',, ,. lor Martini uponremlpt ,,.
lee Tkun. S p.... lOOP H.ll Stuart Stamp) Ionlstptre.i.t.ou.Thornsi HMT NATIONAL MANIC 'o. the I. '" "," will k* 4opl4 of proof of publication of ror Cnn 1.-. ..very week
Unlnd P.... of tk* Cledw *rPneldMt ".".... Diabrum-S, containing 1I.I oJ. 'y'oIcne. Or HTVART p.ul.r ', .f July. tIlt, ad .. SIC Mtlo** tk. flolltJou naju. to. I ANU OHl> w.la STUART
y '"
I -Mr* Mania H. Bewell SrI Me., I ... PubIs UknuvTearM and unlisted inert ingredi. fo-Admtnl lrl r. OT *. of i It ..,1.:,..o"'0 f Ih. (ill,C mir2lr witI' DSI. tnl Itth day or a Iiou.
i.,4 Mnfl the mlate of rrnnlc U. S n Ilu..rlo. .MARTI!* WeTteR MART rOROTHT Plh, < .u .
enl There is attn! DDT plus inert *'
ICiest ,, I.
5 Club a It"k 'hl under whIch w* will enw* w t.
... (:hlqieoo. u. W &. Base JU .. ClNeL-i MEKTINCMONDAYS
I.l-Srd Mea I ingredients. These compoundsare Itauwh. d eaae .
W. Matru-H" Joeepk Robert. Br.lad4tk Teat Oeam CHART .01" (r
"._. B a.*>.. MuoJ Tempi* not recommended for mixing By: Wm. CHART*\ tVary* CKART n S.b onwits. O.dlaae.10 ty of, kolna; rt* :Martin** InterNted Cr.ua.- w O"; fO' Iil ..'1. W asc 4dt

Vu"a TAt.Oa t N' by non-chemists or in bathtub Alternrya lor t'oAIe.Inf.ts'. I ll_' .Nol. I. tObs0.iltahs4 two fJ" : d aUJ .

i Ca Retailers sold aooda Mated itin If the resident or city and conny Ml tort VIrus CT.A..Nation.! Bank itotod.1 I.! ;'"".1 1..Jon INi and Hdvard'thai' ) I'. t .1. r... fCtr.lt C. rt IsIslI4Rl1iOW Clark
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Matue-aP Cs.k.- i estimated $2 .000.000.000 in authorities wish to go to the. Kulldlnr I. 51.1.111' Cs..cn.tRr. SOIlS IntevMuitrdi l. rr. By We.. .1. (au.b1..e'JN StBart Ctr IUIWdMBM

$ad.4Ib .e.. I pa OUT U 1963. heart of the matter the culet Btuart. Florid I t' I; :" (; rinnarvrr. P CC lnawer
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: Juno il. la, July t 5 ,1... I : 11 : AftO VARrrfPvb. Pint sos. PI'J'fJQ1
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