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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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VOLUME 27-NUMBER SO I STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 9. 1964. 3 SECTIONS PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS (

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fI f "\r ky1W .. : ),",fit, '"". New Tax Roll Tentatively $?7,751,320.Stuart's I
Three Die ,' ,
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In Blaze :
\ 87" .. '\.1 ; Valuations Rise
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SundayThree t _\

Over 1963A
: By $232,944
persons died and a fourth ,
was seriously burned when fire .r

house destroyed! in Little a two-story Dixie early rooming Sunday :: :: rise of less than $2 0.OO( ) in by Hudd C. W. Plitller, 'tax avHvxir musk by> the /hurt*, ucctniuu:| the

morning .. t'( i. the value of City of Stuart assessable when the City ommimtion I I. \ roll 1
1111
: property/ since 1963( should nil UH an equalisation hoard Ihti gross! I IVdl fiaure! rvpie- ,
A second house; was also! destroyed r' mean no increase in taxes in 1964, With no members ol the public cents an increase: : of $232S: over
and a third was extensively it was forecast Monday present to raise ohu.tioris.) the the IV63 equivalent.
damaged. 'Wi II A preliminary I9h4 I gross tux meeting was a brut one and Resolution the gross is composed as follows -
Onlookers stated that only the I I roll of $27,751,320 was presented No. 7Nnll atlopied unani-. with tho 1V63 figures shown

almost! complete absence of wind I --.1I. ,$ ,, _-- _----_-,-_-_-U- -__-_ -__u __ _____'._._' __u_ __ in parenthesis: $9,186.500 ($ ).-
saved the entire area from becom I. '\ 2HV550)) for real estate; $15.382-
ing a blazing inferno. At that, the V -'- '' 4 100 $15083956)( for buildings
exceeded of the ... In Bonds und $) lIl
spectacle any t./tIf 4 $180,000 .S20 (0306IOJO personal -
firework displays! which had taken Included in the above figures i
place in Martin County onlya / is 80 per cent of the assessed!' I
few hours earlier, in observance } yx '44 railroad, valuation, representing:
of the Fourth of July. r r : Approved by CourtA SUM.380 ($ I IK8.650)) in real estate, I
Chief Milton Griffin of Stuart and personal: totals,
Volunteer Fire Department, was I After deducting $90000 ($87.
500))) for widow and disability! exemptions -
unable to give a firm opinion as $I SO.000 revenue bond y,1II1'C constituted! for future work
Ih\\11I1 .
to what started the blaze'! which and $4155.440 ($4 -
I
... for sired improvement! In (he City an property owners pay' their for homestead
took the life fo Gloria I Jean 041,010)( ) exemptions -
of Stuart validated by JudgeC share, lor which have it three-
wan : they
roll is
Grubbs, twenty-four; Lee Davis, '" I the net for operating'
in
Cir-
PfeifUr
Trowbridge period
year $23302,026)). The
twenty-eight, and James Johnson! $23505880 (
cuit Court FridaySubsequently the revenue build issue will be
third net increase.. In 1964 I Is $203,854:!
thirty-two Sustaining degree
; hacked: by Honda Power and I Lightkmspuny'a
burns which caused his admissionat i, City Manager Joe after allowing for a decrease, of
Martin Memorial Hospital was Crowder announced that the paving ( franchise taxes estimated $V9.050 for real estate assessment,
Fred Smith, thirty-seven, who ran of sections of twenty dirt sheets, at between $22000 and mainly on U. S. I L
back into the burning house in an and the repair and! maintenance of $24.DIM( ) annually and paid olf over The old town gro !s Is $17,887-
attempt to rescue Gloria Grubbs. Home. eight miles of existing paved a period of fifteen years Sm ($17847,416)). and the net
The rooming house! owned by streets, should begin by Aug I I. the bond Mile will anti purchased $17,827,870 (817,186,4tH.( ) The
George McHardy of SOl Church ibis, said t'fJer.oul" allow by I Uedy, Wheeler Alden, annex gross I Is $9,863.450( ($9,
Street, stood at the corner of for the necessary twenty-tiny (Continued on Pago ;2-A) I 670.V60)) and the net $9,833,450 I
Church and East Streets. McHardy peal period, which will expire July ($9.644.460)()).
rented it to Charles Jackson, who i i 2), and tho awarding of the street I One mill for operation I Is worth
operated the building as a room- contract to Ulcl.cr'kllInc.. in Stuart No AebesAegyptilI $2350588 ($23.38987)): for old!
ing house. I (own debt service 7.121.111 ($17,.
Patrolman Harry Barnes reach- 12 ', Ihe new street work will cost 786/ .42), and for annex debt scrv
ed the scene of the fire !soon after : r 14 ,:;, ,'1 about $120,0(() with properly Reported Here by I, Ice $9,873.47 ($9,644.46)))
the alarm was turned in, and ,.. en on each sides of the streets ow"-I I The tax rolls/ were available for'
climbed a ladder to the second ''f Ing one.third each of the Health Service inspection City Hall prior toMonday's
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floor of the rooming house to see assessed at nut more I than $2 a I II I meeting.
if anyone remained there, until .. 's -1+' 11.I front foot, and the city: paying (heother Joe Crowdcr city manager said
the heat drove him back. I ".. ."" <'' .'. ':', one-third, A revolvingund,, I Don I be too alarmed If you (that he expects a considerable: increase .

Johnson and Clements were /y p ... ..4- .-A....'.._, r ,_ a.f, '" .:.lIt:1.,_ ..::Il.J; J t.+ .....,. have bean seeing: strung" men go I In "assessment' values in the
found by another patrolman. Billy through the yard, look at Ihehouse next twelve months, due largely to

Chase, who is also a volunteer PORT SALrRNO HRtMlJVS AUXILIARY GIANT tlRi.CR.U'Kt.R WAS AnJUI)<.tU llll.: MOM DtAU1IfUL'I'Wu': ) 1st Federal S & L check: tin can: or icrakh building on ,U S. I already com-
fireman. Justice of the Peace Harvey around tins vacant lot next dour I I pitted tinder' construction: or con:
Pitey\ acting as coroner found I f hey're not lax assessors templuledCrowdcr.
the woman's body. ; '{' '" .r I Pays $$215,651 1 hit men are probably person. I : added (hat he would!

Martin County, Pore Salerno ;' ,' .. ,; """ eel of the United Strict Public I I "submit, probably in early August,
and Palm fire ll J, , City departments
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joined Stuart infighting the firePower "'S'. I Il j i-yr. Dividends MinilarlHiM looking for Ihs I can live with and" which: should
not l1jI\ouhut.: the Cky, cbamiishint
lines were put out 0 faction ebes ueupti I mosquito, the polentlul I II' .. '*
raising taxes.
aDd Martin Memorial Hospital First Federal. Suvlng and! Loan carrier e r dreaded yellow htC! the fivi
yen .jniltagt wa
used emergency foe I l Association of Martin County re I' fever' itiaricfi
power. i for omtratumi" p.i .m* and one
week ( arc" Ihd le/ inW( lanlliirlans *
over ortt) hour .... ported (this that a toM of half iW 4141\|ow i Mayor kay Cooke, Vice Mayor ', ... IJIS.651.Jl wa paid in dividend : will find a few ache two for MI....x debt .ervlc:*.
William P Taft Manager for the six-month period ending lieI//)1.11. but they du not expeit to I I I At these roles for debt l somce' : ,
Joe Crowder and Sheri Roy Baker I" June 30. The dividend wises, the ,, 'find the little fellow carrying yellow concluded Crowder lit* city's old
and his deputy Jim Mills, were I .i". total amount of dividend paid fever around,, with tM m--* bonded indcMcdnes should b*
all at the fire slnte 1956 to $$1,643,366, I least. they hope not I wiped out in fifteen yean,
Tony Scnvens a volunteer fire In Its statement of condition at Chance: are should they find ..
man, had to be treated at the hot of June 30, first Federal passed one carrying! yellow fever the
pital after being overcome by the $12.000).()MX()() mark in total) I word will gi> out& quickly: and) the Bank Resources
smoke, but returned to tight the \ assets, reaching $12,19207322, I county will be scourged from end .
'fire again. I and loam to end with every kind of 1011II<1I -
mortgage totalled $10.- ,

r- 1 ax .....-r.. I 504.558.74. I would killer known know, by The that lleulth time Serving someone Up $$800,000
1 h. 'adminiklraflve! learn at I rlrht
New on From The Federal is headed James. A. Gar- had been bitten and was r
I by ahout la become the first yellow In Past Year
; vey executive vie president, who fever victim In the United! Slates
RamblingReporter is also! secretary of the Industryseeking -
In nearly fifty years. j .
Martin. County Commit. 'I I he First National Bank of Slu.
Part of, Monday wa' spent by
art paid' $149,58667 in intereston
lee of 100. Paul J. Hennlng I Is
the leant In the north purl of Mar
savings accounts and certifi
and assistant
treasurer secretary, tin (utility, stuck In Ihe lilnal.we're ,
cotes of deposit, and $24000 in
and f the CJold
president c> ( Coast
told. Tuesday, the team
dividend. to local: stockholder: a
.. Saving andjcmn ('onirolllln.frank .
concentrated: on Rio Jensen (leach: ,
total of $173,58667 In the first
C. Ghiotto I it .
secretary i Kobe Sound and Port Salerno half
1S H \EVER HAPPENED President and chairman of 1 Ihe of 1964.
with a side trip over to Indluniown.Lxactly I In a report Issued at the close I
10 TilE 150 UAYST N board of director Is R, V, John I IIMIII. what found! the
rr. 01Iho board wa on (of' businei on June 30, .*64. the
Remember when the contract Serving are trip around the county ha not
I following comparison are made
H C).
Harry Hoke. kindred Clifford
was awarded to Dickerson, Inc., been reported officially a* yet A with the corresponding date j in
in Stuart for the four-laning of M I uce. William E.! Owns. guess In I Ihut it'* "all clear," I 1963:

U, S. 1 I. and how everyone was Paul Andrew!' U O homes Piltman*, Jr and Dr, I rntd there will be an officlal Capital' stock, surplu and undivided -

worried because! the contract allowed F/ 'titDUE report \ profit Increased' ) from $1 I..
Frazier Creek Bridge to be If they locate: a local hideawayon 225.(KM)) lo SI,) O.OO( ) ; deposits
cloned for 150 days Rememberthe Ordinances Coded I the ache aegyptl. carrier or Increased from $$18,131,713 toJU.KW.70570
relief when Walter Crowell not, they'll make Immediate plan ; and total re-
Dickerson's! vice president. an In 60 Days : Crowder I to destroy the breeding place' \ sources from $19.399,76488 to
nounced that his firm' would limit M 1hl I II not the first trip here $20.196.3203., Loan and discount .
the closing to not more than fouror The codification: o/ (liy of Stuart for the Public: Health Service for ) were up from $7,382.556
five days at a time, for a total ordinance should be coin pie I' I the control of the mosquito, nor fII) In 1963 to $8.084,89321 Id I
of not more than twenty days? Remember ed within the next sixty day, (ity will It be the last The program I is 1964
when any part of U. S. Manager Joe Crowder said luev expected: 10 go on for five years
I has had to be closed completelyat day, just in case.SORRY ..
any time during the four-lasting? Gulf Publishing Company of 1 ---- -- --- School/ Hoard
You can't? It hasn't.WOULD llf RE JULY 25, this group of water skims will be en opcct to reach Langford Marina about 4,30 p rh. Tallahassee II I working with City .Ir WP. MISSMIlotit .. ,, Meets FridayMartin
route from St. Petersburg to the New York World Fair, They St. Petersburg New Bureau Photo Attorney T. T. Ougnictson"" 'm the \M\Ur. HmrWe

WELCOME MAIL Job which will call for the re. County School: Board
pealing obsolete, ordinance, the did our best to grl a* many
suffered
Mrs. Arthur L. Foote who will hold a work session in the
enactment of ordinance the picture of fourth of July parade
new : ;
heart attack the MmmJMloner' meeting
a on way room al
back from a northern vacation, is amendment of some exiting one, floats' a* pitiable, and if your the courthouse on Friday, July 10,
I the New this week
,
reported by her husband Art, to and a general "bringing-uptodate" didn I gel in U 3 p.m
boll at our next edition.
,"it please
be improving daily. She hospitalized I .
in Room 607 Method's Infirmary i --- -- ------- ,1tFARE1
,,,,S r : : : ?
Florence. S. C.. and
would welcome "mail from borne" I Fourth Parade Success I Mr*. I.aura Sluckey Ihe Stu-.
a art News bixikkecpr. I i. wony
ins about an increase. In her fami.V ..

TVSV Despite Rain at Start I 1! in the very near future, Ib
Tale Twisting s uiley'* dog SlID!, i k expecting/
Seth a bird clog who think the *
81 JACK I.\MES 1 II kiln dampened the early stage 14.0hnIrch/ Society: vond, W-I a greyhound. hat "been clocked]

THS) rLTISO COSBOr_ of Martin. Cvunt/i Fourth of July en'* Republican Club of MarthaCounty running from two quail! at a rate
parade. .in Stuwl Saturday. but : third Riptide Players. 0115> *\Vh r*," say Laura'
Uncle Dave says "I dont care I 4lll failed, to discourage. seriously either Yoiiih division, first. New Farmer 'sun tFi find all those home for
how many pent were used to ago ; participant apeelekes.11M of America, sand: Boy these genuine purebred mongrels
the law, or what value as put on r xr Yc presence: of a mounted color" !Scouts Cub Scout and d Ail [a. II.r l mother hud thirteen!
the little idol. I dont cart if you guard of the U S Marine.. and plorer combined,
ride in a Cadillac Lincoln or a vehicle and personnel I uf !04Mhfranspiiruiion Best on Muiirl' anniversary' : Last Wok* Weather
Ford. I don't Company" Florida first, !. !Sluurl Jaycees: ; second.. Na-
I a $ National (Guard lent a martial nitre tonal' Secretaries AwoclaUxl: r .. *...
a peach-fmr l +u to the parade and student and After the parade rites comnwniur- ST"1?? 1 1? 3
mattress at the alumni of Martin County High, sting' Sluarl snnjersaryKcre i: : > : ii ;:: ::::iIDUtfAY
: Astor or Ins School and Stuart Training School: held at Stuart YouO|'C enter, lrilr 1 .:." S1 t15 ...a

l@'car'IfYoalleep011 Georgia corncrib .provided! the tw6 band where! Frank IfcSiefano. ftprtsenting :'.'lY 1 .. si. fl .iii
Martin. County Board of Pubic
I don't care I The )lodges named tN following '
,
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the ; 4' i fIIl. Cot week: eiJ
InstrucUxi prayer
if you eat filet UM winner In the free eategiriesMost ; gave
mignon or caviar "beautiful\ : firM, Purl Salerno Mayor. Ray Coote Py a brief
with a king, i f jrllTlt11e Aunliary; second, resume of Stuart. l hnkry i and ;[VUe1II, IllfhW.l.r AU. I'M. InwW.I.e A.M. Fit.

or Mulligan slew with the bum I SuroptimM Club: third. Jensen City CommiMioner Jack Hartman *'!. \ Titf
don't care if your Hun Is Mack Beach Area Chamber of Commerce introduced local l mKablet Including sty. i t'U : 11c1 see' rillJay
William i* nn 1iC, ins
brown white. State Representative
red yellow or pearly ,>* II "it /.1 t *..
1 don't care if the Supreme Courtor Originality: flint Rowell Furniture E Owen, who gave a patriotic .i51 1, it
your local sheriff enforce* it Company; second. Animal addre. ft: :: Hite: hits IM. $55J"y ,
The law. will not make anyone free Retcu League; third, PHMMCT Occupational The distribution' of .11.... froto "'I ly U I. III II i. ll>>4 Site*iiU 'f",,,1'1*
if you don'I put Christ first m your Tim SIIIP played an mtemtiiif, an4 'by n. mem imtmporUnt.. the full story plcM. turn to. Page 4 ol chielCC on.ia clsua.Bert I IOU ice-cold watermelon ended J"Ir t. I" owe 19. 'eeI..W
life." Lets s go to Church &ukdyj part fostering the future of Martta County Jut week fag Official U. S. Navy Photograph "A Jaigna" tKcnwr: first I the morning* proceeding', M. ..... act .*... ...M US ....



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J-A THE STUART (Fla) NEWS Thursday I I July 9, 1964 MORE ABOUT nue to Street Nassau from tAveaue;
Fifth Culur.1d
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? u. I Society NewsPALM $$180,000 Bonds nue Boulevard.Akron to Akron Avenue Avenue.to VVcM o)k,


California Avenue from\ |F
'
I ApprovedContinued Street to Siath Stwtt
-f 4 LAKE CROUP
-- -- West Sloth. Street to C "IIIf<
CJETTOCEIllERA '
HOLD
.- ( from Page 1A) Avenue1
r Covered dish pJemc+ wa enjoyed Channel Street.MPhetwen
I Sunday, June 28, when members Orlando financial firm which made Street
of the Paint Lake Park Civic its offer at 3 M per cent Int( like Association met on the Jensen as soon a* the city amwoncetl rts S 1 and California Avcm
Causeway for a get-together. Following intention of seeking validation. California Avenue between \\
the dinner, garnet wen Streets where new paVMf will Seventh Street and Crnnn I \
to know I enjoyed during the afternoon and! be installed are: 'mie
I prizes awarded to the lucky win Seventh Street from Florida

The Dairy Council of I Mrs East Coast Railroad right-ofway City Meeting Off
sr I Mri Flora Alcorn chair intersection of
was eastward to the
South Florida Is proudto I man of the event and other members East! AvenueLake Until July 27
pr.t.nt Cert irate of of the committee; were Mrs Street from Florida East I
Merit Awards to rhetedeiervlng O. Williams, Mrs. Ruth Miller Coast Railroad right-of-way to I There will be no meeting of i i
Commission on Monday,
Ju
I and Earl Harsch.
young people Central Avenue, I due to the fact that Mayor R
..for outstanding + Af5w IfN Central Avenue from Seventh Cooke and Commiitsioncrs i I..
activities and exemplary Mn J. M Stoner hat as her Street to Church Street Hartman and Dan McClure I''
t guests her daughter and son-In-law, Lest Avenue from Seventh be on vacation
leadership honoring both i Mr and Mrs. Charles Kowal, of Street to Florida Avenue, and easterly ', The next meeting will hI'
family and community. Cleveland, Ohio; The Kowals plato on Florida Avenue to Bayou MondaY, July 27 at 8 h.m. al|t
return lame next week and Mrs Avenue. public: hearings will be held on I
f Stoner will accompany them. Bayou Avenue from Lake Streetto proposed rezoning of Mrs 0\1

Tenth Street Pike! Jlnes't property on h
It Mr and Mrs John Harklns and Spruce Avenue from LlM Ocean Boulevard from R.I I to R
"' i& tons, Randy and Timmy, of Mark Street to Tenth Street and the rezoning of a section
t .Ice han, 111, are tinting nil parent Bahama Avenue from Seventh I Tenth Street from R-2 to callow -I I
'I a S I l i Mr and Mrs. Michael Harklns of Street to Tenth Street the building of a time
t ,3 IY? q f I ,,J ,4 Port Sewall Also here for a tlsft I Nassau Avenue from Lake home.
p-* s a A t ,( of 9 ?I i '4.4"' t p d se with the Hark in* are theft niece Street to Tenth Street
and nephews, Miss Peggy Giles Tarpon Avenue from Seventh
I : I and Larry and Eddie Uileza of Street to Tenth Street, Hilcy's Comet, last t s ecn
I (\ New York. Church Street from Central J 1910 and due to return in I I'IF
Avenue to Tarpon Avenue. hat a history of recorded appe
LINDA Mr and Mrs. George Bollam Lake' Street from Central Ave. anew as far back as 240 B.(

McCLURI of Pine Avenue have is their guest
Art essay on "Alexand.et her niece Miss Judy Toss of Cleveland BOX OFFICE
Hamilton a Revolutionary # -'i? Ohio.
: OPENS 7g0n. :
I Patriot"was I i i
M .. FEATURE IIMF:
so well researched Staff Sergeant Carl Ulmer ha .
and presented by Z' returned to Shaw Air Force Basein [ 745:
I Miss McClure, that it South Carolina following! a
won second place for 5' x three weeks' visit with his parents, Friday Saturday and Sunday
,
her in the statewide Mr. and Mrs Glen Ulmer, Cleveland .
\
PLAYING 9:40 ONLY
essay contest held by t Avenue.

the Daughter of the fA- I>oy7.a; girl..on Spencer's Mountain.
American Revolution.
I a Mrs. George Leinweber o f
Linda attends Julian Cleveland, Ohio, Is the guest of t
D. Parker 'Elementary her sister, Mrs J. R. Holleran, al w "
School and to a mem FIRST GOLDEN her home In St. Lucia Estates. "
FOR ORIGINALITY-STUART ANNIVERSARY, ROWELL'S PEARL ANNIVERSARY
beret the luuth Choir
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of the First Baptist ---
Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Donald

I Church- .of Stuart, I Airlift Planned CD Exerci for Oct. 3-4 MARTIN MEMORIAL Gorslch and children, Debra Don '. t
r as se HOSPITAL aid, Jimmy, and Billy, returnedthe
first of last week to the I r
I Martin County Civil Defense July 1, when standard operaiiori the seven 'southern states to mobilize Births-Mr. and Mrs. John home In California after spending
I I Director A. W Keaton and liar procedures and plans (to conducta and conduct a civil aviation Pitts, a daughter June 30; Mr ten days with Mrs. Gorsich: parents tare
old Strauss, the local airport manager I state and region Civil Defense and Mrs. Host Doerzapf, a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gilsori
Y and county civil defense air air lift exercise were discussed emergency air lift under slm- June 30; Mr and Mrs. Penned Sergeant Gorslch It stationed It
transportation officer, attended a The exercise hat been entitled elated disaster conditions Jones, a daughter, June 30; Mr. Travis Air Force Base En rout
statewide planning conference at "Airlift Survival South Participation will be by civil! and Mrs. Duane Baker a daughter to California they stopped in Mt. e llh !
P the St. Peterabura-<:Ienrwatcr International The primary purpose of the exercise aviation aircraft owners and pilotson July 1; Mr. and Mrs Charles Olive, III, for a visit with his parents .
Airport Wednesday, is to test the capability of a voluntary basis The State Wright, a son, July 1; Mr and .
-_ Aviation Commission and the Federal Mrs Fred Cook!sty, a daughter,
Aviation Agency are sponsoring July 1, Mr and Mrs Jesus Flores, Mr. and Mrs. E A. Surges
pvoiiiri INNJ the exercise' in cooperationwith a daughter, July 2; Mr and Mrs spent the weekend in Bradenton
SHIRL8YPARKS the Office of Civil Defense' Willie McFadden, a son, July 3; visiting their daughter and son-in. 111RIJraaats ra1O too F
and In accordance with state and Mr and Mrs. Charles Ooodicl, a law Mr and Mrs George Schrief-
Ai a member of \the civil defense survival son, July 4; Mr and Mrs Boyd
The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks region plan er. Their grandson, Eddie Schriefer MouiitaiuILMI
Vero Beach Gymettes Fowler 4.
a son, July
returned
A conference of all local pilots to Stuart with them
(which ahe helped organize Is scheduled for July 30 at 7:30: June 30-Admitted, Diane Hale, for a visit, and their daughter, Miss
) Miss Parka Cocktail Lounge and Package Store Open Weekdays 10 a.m. 'Ill
pm. at Witham Field (Martin James Bruner, Mrs. John Pitts Virginia Burgess, who hat been
walked off with several Sunday. 1 p.m. 'in County Airport) operations buildIng and baby girl, Mrs. Horst Doerzapfand the guest of the Schrlefers for rUfLJA'MRuIwI DnRRA ""a
awards at the Fieri"
da DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR TIlE SUMMER to discuss the operations and baby girl, Mary McFadden, several weeks, also returned home
.I Junior Olympia. the extent bf participation in the. and Mrs Pennell Jones and baby with them. CO-FEATURE TWICE NITFLY 7:45 AND Ils35JWMIICM :
.4 QymniHtlB She Championships J PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS exercise! I girl; discharged, Kenneth Martin,
plu.1Ieunt'on
r the balance 2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY The exercise beam, Wlrl In) ultlnlt, the weekend of Oct 3 and 4. The McPhaul, Mrs Alton Burris and home from I two weeks
fourth la floor exercise Southern states located in the baby boy, Ruth Fowler, Ola Mae visit with her inter, Mrs Andrew
Cooksey, and Mrs Ira Black and Ondich, and In West Palm
south family
and fourth in the slide region are: Tennessee, Alabama
tnt all-around. Her ef uJtRANCSANGCIRIYS Mississippi, North Carolina, baby girl Beach.
torts helped win her i (; South Carolina, Georgia and Flor July Admitted, Mrs. Duane
team third place in Baker and baby ,Ir1.1\ ,.. Fred Mr. and Mrs Henry Edmonds ecas
the stale competition. Ida.It Is honed that Martin Cookery and baby girl!, Mattie Mae and eons Henry Jr., have return i
-- County Davis, and Mrs. Charles Wright ed to their home in Portland Ore, CO
will have '
good participation in the 1. Jb
RIGGERovf visit with his sisters
exercise! and baby boy; discharged, Mary Following a DELUXE
McFadden, Mrs. Pennell Jones Mrs Gertrude Jones of Rio and 1"
_.- R fSTAlJAAN1 and baby girl, Mrs. Charles Wright Mrs. Pat Champion. En route to
I and baby boy, Elizabeth Digsby, Stuart the Edmonds attended the
JENSEN BEACH ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT August Date Is Set'
Mrs of their
Andrew Smith and baby graduation son, Henry,
LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS For Plant AdditionsThe boy, Edward Candy and Betty Rol from Yale University
lins,
DINNERS ONLYOPEN addition of another filter, July 2-Admitted, Harvey Mi- Mr and Mrs. Franklin Rue of
and the sinking of three more wells, lam, Richord Hoke, Faye Harper Rlverdale Avenue plan to leave LAST TIMES TODAY
AT 5 P.5!. fOR COCKTAILS will bring the capacity of Stuart's and Mrs. Jesus Flores and Thursday for Imlaystown, N. J., : F:=:": "One Man's Way"
L DINNERS, Dully Seven Day a Week-' to 10 p.... water treatment plant, on Palm baby girl; discharged, Ethel Kick- to spend the summer biftiilit.;
LARRY e LUNCHES DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER Beach Road at Tenth Street, to liter, Ethel Epps Stephen Kelly, TIlE STORY OF
2000000 Marlon Adams Elmer Mr and Mrs. Out ScMesier of .NORMAN VINCENT PEALS
FERttUSOM e SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES ON MENU gallons a day Padgett
Just a year ago, tarry City Manager Joe Crowder said Mrs John Pitts and baby girl, and Bryant Avenue entertained with a Thursday
Friday
dinner part/on July 4, Their i and Saturday
Ferguson! decided to "Where the Star Meet" Wednesday that he expected this Bernice Morris. were Mrs. Isabel Evans;: and guest IO .
I work to be Admitted Ceclia Pitts YOU HAVE TO THINK YOUNG TO FEEL REAL SPRUNG!
organize a Rldiag completed by the end July Smith of Ocean City, N. J.
Club tor Teenagers. _. of. August, John Bell, Robert Kain, Chaun- a
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Since then hi has --- -- cey Broomfield, Mrs Boyd Fowler One of the latest cards receivedby JAMES DARREN,PAMElA TlmN

riding secured land 10, and acres' completely of baby, and boy Mrs.; discharged Willie McFadden, Mrs. Horst and sort,Mrs.Walter Ralston(Buddy Byrum) Wells from, was her I'" Jft5. PAUL LYNDE

organized an Doerzapf and baby girt, Mrs Duane sent from Interior, S. D., wherehe 00. 0
enthusiastic club. They Baker and baby girl, Mrs
and Mri Wells and their sons, "
!have sponsored sever Fred Cooksey and baby girl. Florence g
al! riding events, had I WE CAN'T REPEAT Berg, Arthur Manchester, Diane Bruce, Glen and Bryant, at that I '\iil ,
bone show, arranged IT Hale time were enjoyine the Scenic beau. "
and Mattie Davis. .
ty of the Black Hills of South Datota
a field trip to an July I 4-Admitted. Amanda I
Ocala Horse FatalMr They plan to go on up into :
Ferguson to Utetht, Steven Fisher Mrs Canada before returning to Stuart. .
a
OFTEN ENOUGH!It Charles Ooodicl and
Junior at Dan McCarty baby boy at'j.: 4R .
and Penny Moss, discharged John Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bonert 'to- ''nt alesiwNsacsCis
High! School. Jamison ............UNITtD ARTISTS
Milam John
Harvey and daughter, Christy, recently
Join us,won't you Ruelius, Peggy Thompson James .njoyed a vacation in the Bahamas, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Bruner, Dorothy Rhind, George
boat and
going over by returning]
h. Honoring m .. fine INVEST BY THE 15th Wakefield, William Kuntz, Walter by plane.
young people... Moody, and Mrs. Jesus Flores and

and the hundreds IAe baby girl The trumpeter swan, largest Jeter Sellers George C. Scot?

"them.who* are our EARN FROM JULY JulyAdmitt Carl Parker waterfowl In the world, stands
hopemcmd! ourcountr/s e 1stINTEREST and Fred Smith; discharged Penny four feet high at maturity, weigha X' Stanley Kabdck, "
Moss Barbara and
Padgett, ) ,
thirty pounds and ha an eight-' \
hope for the furore. Mrs. Boyd Fowler and baby boy, foot wingspan. Dr.

" July Admitted.. Willie Single (IJ Sirangeloye

reetif.caleOf ton.Mariner Pauline, Fred Campbell.Owens,Virginia Lucite Kathleen Wagner; discharged Car Qr Hew I II.tne4 ro Sfup Worryfag

Clagett. Mrs. Semell Taylor and ol Goodiel.\ and Mrs. Willie Mo Ai1d Un '\
7o tit The
JULY 15, 1964 5 baby girt, Bror Carlberg and FadJen and baby boy. .: Bemrt '
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SOCIALOffice NEWSMISS James A. Maurice June 23The P' ,"" \ Young Baptists Plan

To Attend AssemblyYoung
: AT 7.JJSO marriage ol Mist'! I yndia lens, and James Arnold! Maurice. : ,.
MARY' LINDSAY Society Editor <''

___ ........ ........-................. .......... .. .. ,. ... Marlene Mrs.Young Jim !, daughter of !Mr ,.on of Mr. and Mrs I ester Mauricv ," ..,''' people of the Dust Onp-
__ and solemnizedfueday. ,
-v. ewnptlr s sh st ._ Young' I oral Gar 'N Third Street was fist ( hurch planning. to gt> ut Ii'
.' 'I".' ... June 2J. The ceremon) \\ ca Raton on Monday to attend the
VM performed" "by the Rev. E H Florida List toast Baptist. Aenihly ,
K. Is Bride
i: Mary Lindsay Morgan at hit home in Nthunia.ja. 'i' are Dean t'ason. 'liwiim\
r ii Hill David H rtlep. J Oonnld: I
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't Of James Sidney Foster Mr. and Mrs Maurice graduated llrown. Jan Leighton Meg I'no,
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,t, .,, ,;; front Martin County High Ricky Toinlivxi.' John Bent)
khool in June. She la employed Charles Paul Cathy Bruner Tcr
"t Hobe Sound Community Presbyterian is araduate: of Stephen College >y the People Loan Company ofitunrt. ry Rogers, Robert Handy. Sharon
I Church was the setting and Indiana University. and Mr. Maurice .it tm- l.inehorst (' v n I h i a DcBartolo.
Thursday July 2, for the weddingof Mr. Foster attended Clan' State cloyed! by Stuart of Suiurt'i. : Karl. Benicl and Debbie Anderson
Miss Mary Kathryn Lindsay University and i u a graduate ol They will be accompanied bv
I and James Sidney! Foster The Michigan Slate Umversiiv.' He .H "OI'S CLUBMFEIS yrf' the Rev and Mrv F. H. Watkins
> ceremony was performed at IIJO: co-owner with his brother of tilt and their little daughter, Faith.
1 the Rev. Francis Dicknon ; 1l'LU
a.m. by Pelican landscape and) Nursery)
'before the sanctuary altar decor.I in Palm Cily.Following The regular business meeting of WIIL VISIT FRIENDS
." j| aled with an arrangement of white II a two weeks wedding! he Woman's Club of Stuart will I AND RELATIVES: : IN N. J.
] orchids, carnations mums, and trip to Ohio and! Indiana.! Mr. ant vs held on Wednesday, July I 15, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Sheldon of
s i greenery. I Mr*. Foster will reside. in ihcii' U I2.10: p.m. al the clubhouse. A Holiday Trailer Park left I hi'i
I The bride i.I the daughter of home at the Pelican Nursery on : .ack lunch: will precede. the meet- week for Vineland and Brldgeton
Gordon B. Lockwood. Krueger I |jxtp Road. I ",. 4 D 1 d 'V o a N. J.. where they will visit friends
Estates, and the late Mrs. Lock. Out-of-town Reports will 'be given on the i iy and relative for several month,
e. wood! Mr. Foster. i il the of guests attending the' ;
visit
I son I the wedding were Mr and! Mrs. ecenl of the members to
Mrs. Ben L. Stephens: of Toledo Richard E. Lindsay' of Surttota ,*ione T :N Ohio. he Handicapped; on future way
Mr and Mrs J. W. kenney of Miami
The organist, Sirs Harold Lyon, ; and also attending from' Mi end nietn event, and on fOl.'raoI.n

II played preceding I the ceremony, ami were the hriJcgn'\midi' aunts!, activities ? ..
and for the processional and! recessional Mrs. William Foster and! Mrs -
she played traditional Harold Foster. Mr. and Mr*. Archie Strickland: ,4 a9
marches ----- ----- md daughter, Pamela, have re- ,
I The bride, given in marriage aimed from a vacation In themountains
| by her father wore a slreN-length I'1 l1' Auxiliary of North Carolina
dress fashioned of aqu-hlue houcle. Hears t fir}

'I The fitted !bodice was design ReportThe Mr. and Mrs Toby Clark and :

ed with a softly draped bateau regular meeting of I Iht laughter, Juella, who have been ,
neckline and the self-belt featureda Ladies Auxiliary of the Veteransof residents of the irate Apartment d r n
: bow at the front Her accessories Foreign Wars was held Jul) MI C'amden Avenue, have moved
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were white and her bridal corsage Fort Pierce i make their home, I
I at the post home, with Mn. j> ti>
i was of philanopsis orchids. ,
Jennie Smith presiding -- I
I! Mrs. Charles Poster, Ilhter.in'l Mrs Gladys Almegord. patriotism Mrs. Mary Aleuia returned last
I law of the bridegroom, chairman: gave a very interesting week to her home in Hibiscus. HUSTON'SOFFICE
i Iron of honor and she wore a street'' talk on "Our Hag and Park following a month's vacation
length dres of print design of What It Means to Us." in New Jersey, 1-ong Island, and I EQUIPMENT I
!MRS J\MKS! : AKNOII: ) U\URICr.
I blue, green and grey on white. Mrs. Almegord. representative, Canada, where the visited! her ; Otreoln Avenue 2S7-2J99
Her accessories were light blue and and Mrs. Midge Tracy alternate, I daughter and other relative. I
her of orchid. --
j corsage wa reported on the department convention
I Charles Foster served a* hi I I.I I. held in Cocpu.
;; 1 brother' best man. During the business. meeting, '
| Following the ceremony memi members voted to send a donation'
i I her of the wedding party and to the Tuberculosis Ward in the E'
I guest t attended a dinner honor- Veterans' Hospital at Coral Gables JULY JAMBOREE
i ing the newlyweds at the Town I II on every fifth Friday.
t I I House Restaurant. The table The District" ) meeting, will beheld
| oration was a centerpiece dee'l Sunday July 2f, at 10 a.m.,
ipned of carnations, orchids, in Lake Worth t Ihe street address
MISS SUSAN MARIE SON
nochio, and greenery. is I 1114 North Dixie.
The bride, society editor, and !'tit,. Jean Moran and Mrs. PORTABLE TV
AT ITS
Fall Wedding AnnouncedFor photographer of The Stuart Newt, social Grace hour.Hill were hostesses for the BEST


Miss Susan Marie SonMr. Sharlot Two/Showersdonor WinebrennerMiss Aug.The 5 next at the meeting post' home will be held GENERAL .; ELECTRIC'ESCORT"


and Mrs. Harl E. Son Jr" pha Omicron Pi sorority Mr. and Mn. Firman Roff of
81) Madison Avenue, announce Mr. Howell is a graduate .of Sharlot I Winebrenner, Plainfield N. J.. arrived this. week s. .n
the engagement of their daughter, University High School. Carbondale whose marriage to Joseph Edgar and have moved Into their new '
Susan Marie to Dyke Howell ion III., and Colorado Schoolof Land took place July 4, was hon. home in Bahama Terrace,
of Mr. and Mri. William A. How. Mines,. 1963. He is a member ored June 30 with a surprise show.
ell 917 West Main Street, Car of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Tau er given by member of the YWAof Mrs Ethel Weigand, of California wSCREEN
bondale. III. Beta Pi fraternities national engineering Rio Baptist Church. Avenue' left this week to NEW t

Mis Son graduated from Mar honorary, He is, employedby Decorations for the party included spend a two monlh.llIcolion In ;r
. tin County High School in 1961 Patrick Harrison Inc. engineer- arrangements of rose and Michigan.
and. attend Florida Southern I ing contractors Denver, Colo. A mums. ONLY 22.1 .liS. LIGHT16INGII -...- ,
College She it a member of AJ- fall wedding. is planned. The guest of honor wa presented Mr. and Mrs. R. If. Rollins returned
.. with-a'whit Bible" by the home Wednesday fro mBradent"
i J I \i i i .
"tf JA *>I I i fc m DAYLIGHT
: : / HLUIT TUHIJ
where attended
r: ": n7y' fir YWA members, and received many they
f Dorcas Class Hears I the name 'tforcaV and what it other beautiful gifts.Refreshmena Ihe Stole Democratic Committee
stands for.Refreshments. were served by meeting While there, they were FRONT CONTROLSAGC
Rev. F. //. WatkinsThe and fellowship the Misses Dianne and Barbara guests of friends and while on the
were then enjoyed by the twenty Bluck, and Patty West ("oust alto visited relativesin
Dailey.
Dorcus Class of (he First one members and guests present. Invited guest Included! : Mn.I I Saranola. I nUl r.IN ANTENNA?

Baptist Church held its regular Mn. B. C. Picard and Mr*. Trace Joe Mosley, Mrs. Ed Burgess. Mr*. I M-104
monthly business meeting in the Henry were hostesses for the T. E. Crodey, Mr. Minnie Pier- Mr. and Mrs. C. Lundsten ol d
fellowship hall of the church on meeting assisted by Mr*. Reynolds ion, Mn. Grace Blair, Mr. Q.I.I Charville Apartments spent July I
Humble, Mn. C. E. lone Sr, 4 in Riviera Beach as the guest ,
Tuesday afternoon June 30, with Mr*. R. Brook. Mn. Nellie pail I of I her cousins, Mr and NEVER BEFORE
.I' Mr, D. L. Silver presiding RETURN FROM VISIT ey, Mrs. H. Hinsen Mn. Alan :George( Hughes. Mn'l NO
Mr*. R. H. Turner I led the Whiteslde.! Mrs. S. Fredricksen,
opening prayer; Mr*. Charles Butt IN CALIFORNIAMr Mn. I. Fernandez, the bride-, Mr. and Mrs. James !tee HAVE WE OFFERED 1888 MOSOOWN
led in sinin class song 'Hetpr and Mrs Clifford Camp elect' mother, Mrs W. L. WineI I nington of Lake Wales were '
Somebody Today," and Mr. Silver bell of Holiday Trailer Park re- brenner; and the Misses Helen j I of his brother Joe IUe\'I''
gave the devotional.At turned Friday from a month' Winebrenner and Janice Hartley. II and family over the THIS SO LOW
the close of the business trip to California where they visited Mrs. Q. Humble was hottest at I PER WEEK
session the program chairman, their daughter and her family her home in Rio Trailer Park on Mr and Mr. John E Boners
Mrs. Charles Reynolds introduc at Torrance. They returned here July I ", hen' the entertained with :have as their guest her sister and I
ed the pastor Rev. Forrest Watkins due to the death of her brother, a shower In honor of Miss Wine hrolher! -in-law, Mr and Mrs.
,' Mrs. Watkins, and their I Guy 'P. Baird. Next month they brenner. I George Kunkle their daughter,
daughter Faith, as special guests. will continue their tour to Torch Invited guests were Mn Mar I Miss Pamela Kunkle, and theirIon LADIES STAND UP- FIGHT! GENERAL IP ELECTRIC
Rev Watkins accompanied Mrs. Kan., where they ''were married taret Bownds, Mrs. Mary Hunt. I Jeff, from GreenOturg. p..1
Watkins a* she sang" 'I 1 Had Rather fifty .years ago and then on to I ingtotl, Mn. G. W. Ship., Miss The Kunkle plan to make their GET A NO DEFROST
Have Jesus! Than Anything." Sioux City, Iowa, where they will Linda Bownds. Miss Barbara Black home in Stuart. II 1;ll;l llt.Fl.o
The then the time with their -
pastor spoke on spend some wont and Mis Dianne Black.
of and his I Mr and Mri. Fred Bentel and REFRIGERATOR
meaning. a name emphasizing.. family ,I GE
-I ions, Kirl. John and Mark have MINIWASHAUTOMATIC'
Mn. MaDonna M. Williams returned home from a week's vacation .
,123 0 Street, Martin's Mobile : at Jake Weir. Their niece, GENERAL ELECTRIC
I Ivy 1 Home Park, has at her guests her Beth Jean Gray returned home
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and with them for a two weeks' visit. FROST GUARD 14
Mrs. William McHugh, their I WASHERIMJI. .4t";'

son. Timothy, and their daughter, Mrs. I. I., Decker Is visiting; REFRIGERATOR-FREEZE*
Miss Nancie McHugh, of St. Clair her daughter, Mr. Ed O'Connor ,
Shore. Mich. Mn. William moved i in Dcerficld. Beach % NO DiriOtTIM, mil CAPACITY
to Stuart in April from Fort tor f HUM wi wnin 2 mil WASH..
Lauderdale, where she had been Mr. and Mr.. Uoyd Campbell uitima louourrianm 3 WAMI TEMPERATURES pt; ,
in business since 1945. She originally moved from their home on Slate a 2 RINSE:"! TKMFFRATt'RKS
was from Grosse pointe, Road 76 to the Brown Apartments HI cu. It. *.t Volume.. e 2 WAMI CYCLES

Nv, alr Mich.----- C on-Seminole.. .. .. Avenue. I JWHK OCIF.NO

Sharlot Ann Winebrenner I 4 3 9 9 5 MONEY WA.133YModel


Becomes Mrs. DOWN 21995GOOOYBAIt
Joseph Land Ie-my... trade M tart.*easy irnt term ,

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Miss Sharlot Ann Winebrenner, wear for her daughter' weddinga '
daughter of Mr and Mr*. W. L. I purple and while print design .
Winebrenncr, and Joseph Edgar ttreei-lerigth. dm and her corsage WORLD'S LARGEST? GKNBRALffi; ELECTRIC DEALER
Land, ion of Witham Land of was of red carnations.
Mayo and the late Mrs Land were The "" "" om'* liter, "'fl. i rt.Iasasrmg lUilllll a i ijfli
united in marriage Saturday, July Dorothy Markham of Mulberry" ,
4. at 2 p.m. 'in RIO Baptist Church, wore a prfncetftiyle areet-kngth /<'* tfrtf/ /!', lr f ColUetor't Albuml
: with Rev. lack Fernandez offs dress with beige accessories: and
: sting her coruge<< wa of red carnation rri r : Ltttl: GREAT SONGS

t t fri:1 The church wa decorated with Following. the ceremony, a reception \ -' OF AMERICA!
gladioli, chrysanthemum a a d was held at the home of :
the bride'. parent TIM refreshment "
___ greenery. table" was centered with an 1 :..nl'\ $398 VALUE
The bride, given w marriage by
her father, wore a *trect4ength arrangement of gladioli., mums, Portable Fan c:" :
gown of white lace over bridal .and greenery Punch wa served Two Gallon Gas Can : .IA tI""'"
MM Di.BI.dt. $1604
by and the wedding :
Mlin. The bodice wa designed Bpetd
cake .........."
wa served by Mrs Ralph 'll'J..I
with circular neckline and Ihr.. 88' JPorWtndowe $i ..
Colemtn. Mitt; !
quarter length sleeves. Her bridal ISctIfIft Winebren t'la.Spout : userssas.net
veil of silk illusion was won with bonk.ner .wu in charge of the brawn Fleti11e, elf.nttring j tlmlate.Ia faa.ventllat.Idd'. .nil err 1. ............

a tiara of rhmeMone and with Out-of-town wIth nan I. ,U rent and "IF, A
P carnation her white BiMe she carried vwniie Mn. Markham fueil and children* included, of & ,.pout II&-"t 1..fitlH.. "I{ bayl I wMennrrel U".r otitlwsJC.Jngf..tf

corsage. Mulberry; Mr. Coleman Lake
Miss Helen Winebrenner titter Worth, and fran Hall l of South
of the bride, was maid of honor,

and her pnncett-ttyle drew was Bay.After I short wedding trip 'o STOREAT
SERVICE
fashioned taffeta.of pink Her silk iryloaj overmatching wan Mulberry and Maya the couple GOODYEAR
cortag I will' be at home in Monterey.
pink carnation 1"I"- I bride H a gradual of Mar AT 74243Z'
lull Land wised aa Ileac man I Un County High School. 1964. 74212. 257 OSCEOLA
for bM brother, Mr. Land i .
employed by e. f <
)IW. AXD MRS. XKtni EDGAR LAM
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GATES from the Hampton (Va) National merry HistoricalSocicly: obtained recently from Navy disposal sources Here the ASTERN VIEW was taken by the camera of the USS Rankin Navy material for exhibition at Martin County' House! of Re.
. the seven ton of historical relict which: "Martin County being unloaded from USS Rankin at Port Everglades u the docked at Port Everglade Friday to dispose' of surplus fuge Museum

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By BUNNY; ABBOTT County port early Friday
Although almost every officer:
Last Friday, Martin County Historical .
\ and man aboard the Rankin was .
Society obtained an estimated preparing for his tint liberty .'
$25,(XX) worth of exhibits ,since leaving Norfolk, Va, some '-'If' I
free from Cuba! ,. :
months ago, the Martin County ; I
Now it is not our intention to group was received most! graciousn .
s 69i i'. rr question the patriotism or integrity Iy the temporary absence of
wti of a lot of nice folk nor to get the the Rankin commander: Captaini
society put on the list of un-Amer-j Cjcorge, ; (0 J former colleague I
icaTi' activities V u P*.* It'usT hap Captain Laughon's), the r
pent to be true! I ships first lieutenant. Lieutenant
When the USS Rankin, attack I Robert Francis Deegan. took the I
cargo ship AKA 103. sailed into local loot-hunter in low A graduate
Port Everglades she carried about of the U. S. Naval& Academyat I
seven tons of naval relics: which Annapolis, who had subsequent I
had been transferred to her hold ( : a law degree before
from the USS Pocono at Guan deciding he liked the Navy best
tanamo Bay, and if that unt geographically after all. Lieutenant Deegan was j
rJA : in Cuba, where is it? both helpful and informative and
However to get the Historical left no stone unturned to get rid
i Society out of the red, let us hasten of the relics: which formed a large
A y wN f to add that the Communistshad part of the Rankin cargo: for
4 r9 S Sw had nothing to do with the which he was responsible

shipment The whole idea originated Rapidly there was raised ,out
with, a (since retired) U. S. of the attack cargo vessel: two
naval officer who discovered and anchors each weighing about
fell in love with. Martin County 1,000 pounds; two bronze propellers w
during a trip to the Keys in 1954 six assorted books, deal.
At that time. Captain WillardR log with army and navy history
Y Laughon (now a resident of back to the 1880s! ; a mass of signal
Sewalli Point and a trustee of Martin flags; large and small binoculars; ; I... 4
County Historical Society) purchased masses of anchor chains; navigational ? ad
a lot on Hutchinson Is instruments, stowed in a Ib" rd
land about 100 yards north of the box marked "miscellaneous":
House of Refuge as a possible prevent deprivations by the Rankin .
future homesite He argued that. crew and last but not least,
if the House! of Refuge had survived the pedestrian and horse. and carnage .
[1DkL : for seventy-five years, why cast: iron gate* which formerly .

_.... .- shouldn the house he intended at graced the entrance to Hampton NOW THIS GOES HIRE" Steve Schmidt (right)) tells Elmer Goebcl, as they discuss how the
that time to bUild (Va.) National Cemetery.
IT'S ALL \'OUR1Ia'l! Captain George C Cook, left commander" USS Rankin, as he hands over Even then. a thought started to The whole shebang had been on tops go on to the gate from the National Cemetery at Hampton Vs.M .

the cargo list to Sieve Schmidt. ieuienant Robert Francis Dcegan, who had charge of the cargo: pin momentum at the back of it* way from Washington for .. TY1 1
seems happy to be relieved of that charge his mind that it would be a good about nine months but it was
idea to augment the exhibits at hoisted into two Martin County- ..rt'
'---' the House of Refuge by obtainingsome bound tanks: in about two hours
rT: ;"1'r some navy material of historical thank to the administrations of
other interest Lieutenant Deegan And then not
Captain Laughon wt feel content with the !services he had f 4
we know him well enough by now already rendered and with his t
A kt Y to call him Bill" started actively : wife waiting in the car to take
I t 1 to implement the idea in the him on leave the lieutenant went t',,
summer of 1962, one year before back on board because we thoughtwe \ :,?
his retirement I should have him in a pictureof r
Bill wasnl quite sure what was his commander handing the 1 'jdo'i'L' '1" i""
I available! but when Steve Schmidt. I transfer rrenU Steve Schmidt :'

director of Martin County Muteums. I At that stage Captain Cook took \ ttt.. .\ '
't: attended the Natural Trust over and insisted that the visitors f ."
Conferences in Washington D. C., I have lunch in the Rankin' wardroom ,
early in |19M. both of them toured even though lunch had been it ,. ..
k'r' United Slates Navy repositories cleared away' once. The lunch was .- "If- .
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and storehouses and decided the I doubly the eating -t.
,. "i' 1 1t sort of stuff that mould be use time was duplicated by an exchange ,' '
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t r.iif + : :, a result: with the assistance I Captains Cook and Laughon ', ....' ':'' ,

\ !-\ of Armellmi Express Lines of Stuart II which consisted largely, at least '
"' who did the trucking free to this reporter in the use of such ,
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about\ a year ago. some 10000 terms as COM PH1B LINT and <9j '
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.I I pounds. of what Bill and Steve I' the like which were quite unintelligible .::. '

":7V:1"! jr call" "material of inestimable val. except to the initiated : +ri' r .'I,
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uc: was brought to Hutchinson: which this reporter isnX
$. .."r r. ... : .': \ t. .. II 11" w.p. Island Included in the shipmentwere I I And then 'back to Hutchinson: a :: .
two dated Island where .
"" \ -. ... saluting guns the seven tons was : .
1 189); ships wheels. compasses unbelievably. soon unloaded under 4 '
: : 1': 'tr".l' J. engine room telegraphy" and other Elmer Gueber direction, a few 42e ,I' .
l.I : V comparatively heavy equipment. ; more pictures were taken, aDd a fl; C",
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... Martin County, and another! hired'I the U. S Navy that we discovered f,
,' 1--- .! Vi \ ... for the occaw.'Ift. amounted to from Bill that he had done g
.... 4" about" seven Ions, and in some. instance I, practically nothing about the fwhole
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r a } 4 Ir; only was nut quite as thing. The kudos said Bill \k1
.. heavy though that H an opinion I should go to his former .host Vice
not shared by tho e who had to Admiral J, S. McCain Jr., who
'.,..;. .... unload il at Hutchinson Islam I had been directly responsible for *
Warned Thursday of the USS I prying the relics loose from the
4t t: Rank't Impending arrival at ; repositories. storehouses etc
Port Everglades on Friday, Captain Well thanks, admiral, but II t
Ir 'L j..a.) Laughon: Schmidt; an invaluable I still seem to us that Bin
Lain ANCHORS A-W EJCHINC plenty something in of
volunteer worker for thesaety Sieve. Elmer Captain excess IJOOQ pounds eel actuaDv DOM
GOING DOWN. The ornamental tops of the gate from Hampton Vai< National Cemetery get a Elmer Goebcl. and tha I tenant Deeps and the wife who a problem IB handling to Elmo Goebcl. but HOC has seem them shaded grons sap ud I jnjck.
thumbs down (ruin the crew number of USS Rankin cuoiroUiog thc uolod ng. reporter, beaded for the Broward waited, had something to do with duubtkes he7 trod a way.
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&A T'IE STUART fl1a 1 NER'S Thursday, July 9, 1964a I "'" ,,,,,,,, .r'I"' "' ".'<,....\7 '
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: : y rl f' id I Writ PetitionAttorneys


aI ?u for the directors and
officers of Port Mayaca Groves

Inc. filed Court a motion late Tuesday in Martin asking Circuit .. ', : : trt7 f\

I the court to quash a petition fora u Ih
writ of mandamus brought by a
I minority stockholder to force them I
to and
open .r.book. records
for I

A petition for a writ of man
: damus was filed by attorneys for
Hyman L. Ro-nfekl of Montreal.
Canada, on June 10. '

Rosenfeld claimed in his petition 1
he owns 30 per cent of the r i

corporation worth in excess of
$4.(MX).(XX), and that he has been ,
consistently refused access to the i", ,
books, records, accounts, I II '
: I contracts, documents and files of I ;.' ; \:
the corporation and its physical 1- '
T I In property, and has been unable to
Tf w question the grove manager Thomas MAPBORACING AT JENSEN-Above, the start, and below, the finish, of two heats m soap
([ R. Garlland. box races held as part of the Fourth of July celebration at Jensen Beach
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F )Rosenfeld's petition named the
-I f I directors and officers of the corporation ,
as Ann Gray Michael
q Klencz, John A, Hanlcy, Jules A. I
Felleur and Harvey H. Wen ale.

y I On July 2, Judge C. Pfeiffer
f r I:4 p s y 4 + Trowbridge ordered the groves to I
r open its books, or show cause why
not, on or before July 10 j
r c e et I '
A In its motion to quash the writ, I J-
attorney Evans Crary Jr and at- 'I .
tornevs Myers Heiman and Kap. !
Ian of Miami acting for the groves
and its directors allege:

: ((1)I) The writ fails to state a cause
of action.

I ((2)) Fails to show any clear rightto
V the relief demanded or the violation -
''3' of any duty
U n i ((3)) Fails to sufficiently aver any I
precedent demand for inspection
((4)) The documents are described 1
In vague and general terms so 9
that it is Impossible to determine .4
BEST ON STIUARrS ANNIVERSARY, $IU\RT JAYCEES what is essential or relevant to

____ __ the purpose for which. the writ is II I tY
sought I
STATE CD DIRECTOR lal Civil Defense directors Priorto ton joined the Florida State Civil organization for the emergency ((5)) A minority stockholder has M '

GETS NATION JOB : his election as president he Defense Agency I n December, implementation of these plans.A no right .to interrogate 'agents oremployes r 'r

On July i, Colonel H. W Tark-" I served in the association, as presli 1954, as state disaster relief coordinator of a corporation- or- to -- -- .-
Florida's State Civil DC- dent-elect III vice and State demand the right to inspect corporate .
Ington,
Region president was appointed
typical If. S. housewife in documents in their possession .."', A .A At Jt> u -- PONY: AND JUNIOR ALL STARS WILL HAVE
Dense director, took over as president chairman of the Federal Financial Civil Defense! director in July, her lifetime will wash about one LEAGUE RESULTS llltlR CHANCE TO SHINE
of the National Association Assistance Committee and 1935 As Mate director he developed I OBITUARIES
half million !separate dishes or ((6)) No duty is imposed by law Here are the results of games There should be all sorts of fur
of State Civil Defense Directon member of tho NASCDD advisory Florida's fint state opera.tional officers directors of al _
(NASCDD). The NASCDD mcrnbcnhip committee to the Public I I survival plans and natural several stacks is high as the Empire upon to or examination --.o.1.u_ played in Martin County Junior at Sailfish Park on the evening

includes state and territor Health Service. Colonel Tar ina' disaster plan, and established the. State Buildlna.12 corporation of its records on permit a'continuing baSIS JOHN WALTER BELL and Pony Leagues since June 22, of Friday, Saturday and Tuesda)
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John Walter Bell sixty-six, of inclusive: July 29, and Aug 1, who
((7)) The range of action requir. Sunset Trail, Palm City, died in Junior League: Kiwanis 4, Lions a team torn posed of managers o
Martin
Junior and Pom
County
ed by respondents is not particu. Martin Memorial Hospital on Sat i 2; Hobe Sound 13, Port Salerno 1;
Only-SECOND TIRE larly set forth in the mandatory urday, July 4, after an extended Kiwanis 2, Hobe Sound 1, Civi- Pony League League teams All opposes Stars a Presumably team o

portion of the writ illness. tans 10, Elks 4; Rotary II. Port the interval between Friday am
((8)) The commands of the writ A native of Perry he had livedIn Salerno I, Palm City 8, Lions 0; Tuesday is to give the managera
fourteen
are unreasonably broad, and would this area for the past
I. chance to recover from their/!
Hobe Sound 7 Elks 4 Cmtans
interfere with the internal affairs ,
years
efforts in the first two
of the corporation and impede the He 'is survived by his I wife, 7, kiwanis 5, Port Salerno 14 games
/ PRICES performance of necessary work. Florence of Palm City, three Lions 2. Palm City 6, Rotary 1,
r : / The motion also listed eight sons, Albert Milton Bell of West Civiuns 7, Hobe Sound 3; Elkselcjwanis in In Canada 1961 the reported 855 public book librane
circu
11 Palm Btadv-Httold LIUXJJJell
other that is puinlvjil.theaJUMTinUve, ,to declare:: several words, of Okehchohee,"and: Charles Everett < 5, Rotary"'?! /'fbnT"l; laioJpT 60.288370*or 3.3 book

and phrases in the writ :"immaterial Bell of Palm City, two Slaughters Palm City won by dc/auif from per capita
and irrelevant to the proper Mrs Barbara Hunter of Palm Port Salerno.
I issue" City and Mrs. Frances Reddish of Pony League: Ideal Sports 8, Professional
: Get first tire at our Tropical Farms; two brothers,
Judge Trowbridge will set a dote Palm City 4; Tn-Southcrn 10
No-Trade-in William Bell of Baldwin, and Joe Ideal I, Jensen Lions 17 Hearing Aid ServiceJAY
price Pay for a hearing on the writ when he ,, Snorts ,
Bell of Alachua, three sisters, Mrs
Paul's Standard 0 Flower Grower
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returns from vacation.Training ; :
only' o a-half that price Ross Jackson of Perry, Mrs Em- 5, Jensen Lions 3; Flower A. BYRNE
I'I for the second. mit Taylor, Waycross. Ga., and Growers II, Tom Daly 0. Certified Hearing Aid
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Leave Mrs Ollie Miner of Fort Lauder
s I r dale, and five grandchildren. CL DDENIcPIIF.RSON! Audiologist

Must Be Granted Funeral services ware held m ARE GOLF WINNERSIn : Specialists: in Quality Hearlna
I 'I1, Johns Funeral Home Chapel oil Aids, Batteries, Ear Molds and
4 Awn r.. Wednesday July 8, at 2 p.m. with Tuesday's play of the Lady Repair of All Makes.
Melvin Dixon Florida
T of the Golfer Association! 0 f Martin
Department of Veterans Affairs I Rev Henry Tatum pastor of officiating the County, Connie Gladden won the 107 Atlantic Ave.. Ft. Pierce
Palm City Baptist Chapel,
r announced a reminder to employ. I Burial was in Fernhill Memorial low net tourney over 18 holes, (Opposite SI. Lade Bank)
era that federal law requires the and Isabella McPherson was the HOwird 1-3035
granting of leave of absence for 9-hole winner.
who --- -- -..
I employes perform training FRANCIS PENDLETON
Original Equipment Tires Finest Goodyear Nylon Tire !with the Forces National. Guard or Reserve GAINFS

The reminder Is issued' in an ef. Francis Pendleton Gaines i GOLFNew
UPTO fort to,, avoid possible misunderstanding eighty.four, of Cuthbert and Twen.
$ !10!! during the spring and ty-fourth Streets, Palm Lake Park,
: 231OFF3 $25 OFF summer months when many National died at his home on Thursday, Martin County Golf & Country Club

Guard and Reserve Units engage July 2, after an extended illness ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Tarn right Just before crossing
in annual active duty for A native of Clinton. Mon he
training had lived in this area for the past New Bridge to Beach

No-Trnde-In Price When You Buy A Pair! No-Trade-In Price When You Buy A Pair] Dixon announced that federal one and one, 'half 'years He was NEW SUMMER RATES -
law, administered by the Bureauof a member of the First Methodist
: Rayon Custom Super-Cushion Nylon Custom Super-Cushion Veterans Re-employment Rights, Church of Stuart, Robotown Ma. COMPLETE Greens Fee
U. S Department of Labor provides sonic Lodge No. 1062 Robstown, HOLE COURSE
The samettres that come on new 1904 cars! The best Nylon Tire Coodyear makes. that guardsmen and reservistsmust Tex; San Antonio Consistory, $2.S0

request leave of absence from San Antonio Tex, and the Alza. .. ...... 'M. .....' ...... ...... .,._ ...... ......
AH wlthTufsyn-toughest longest-mile ,Even betlerwithTufsyn-tougheetrubber'! their employers and that the leave far Shrine of San Amonio
rubber used : used in I ires.BLACKVVALL must be aranted.Guardmen is survived his Elsie ELECTRIC CARTS "'
In tires wife
age ever Goodyear ever Goodyear He by ..
18 Holes .
and reservists are of Palm Lake Park three .. ........?. $5.00
required by law to report back grandchildren several nieces; and 9 Holts ..-..- ___ _..... ...... .... 3.00
BLACKVVALL YVIIITEYVALL WHITE WALL to work on the next regularly nephews '

TUBELESS NTrtd-l. Sad Tics No-Tr.dtln lad Tin TUBELESS No.Tnd.da. Hid Tin. No.Trid.-U. Sad TIN scheduled work period following Funeral services were held in MEMBERSHIP:
SIZE '1'1.. You **!.. YouFlnlTIra SIZE. '1'1.' Vm Pik.' Y Pay Only' FlrttTIr' PiyOnly 'PI..t'lra' NyOnly FlnlTIr P.yO.ly' of in order to be entitled to retention other Monday. July 6, at 2 p.m.. with SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ...?.._....... 80.00 < .
seniority pay rate and Rev Allan R. Stuart pastor of DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ._ 100.00 _, "
600x13 23.05 11,52 27,10 13.55 600x13 2535 1267 29.80 1490 benefits. the First Methodist Church of DRIVING h.
Dixon suggests! that questions RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF SHOP
650x13 2455 1227 28.85 14.42 6.Sq X 13 27.00 1350 31.05 1552 from reservists, guardsmen or employers ices Stuart were officiating conducted Graveside by the Acacia serv- MIXED DRINKS AND: LUNCHEONS:

7.50x14 28.65 1432 33.65 16.82 7.5(1x14( 31.50 15.75 36.25 18.12 should! be referred to Kcal > Lodge No. 163. FA AM. of Stuart BEN HARTIG pnONE

800x14 31.35 1567 36.85 1842 800x14 3450 17.25 3970 19.85 offices Service i of, Division the State of Employment Veterans Burial was in Fernhill Me. PRO MANAGER 287-2274
morial.
8.50x14 3445 1722 40.50 20.25 85Qxl4 37.SO 18.95 4360 21.80 Re-employment or, in some .

820x15 39.70 19.85 46.65 23.32 820x15 "".50 22.25 50.20 25.10 instances, to the local draft boards.

'Plus,It*. Ssm special pricing.e.var, lU*. 'plusts*. StoM sptclil pricing oa tvtry tli*. or Veterans to the Re-employment Department of Division Labor, CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.
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Books Bridge Plans Indefinite STUART FRIDAY SATURDAY STUART I


Says State Road OfficialThere SHOPPING SHOPPING

Added I CENTER mwwi CENTER
to Shelves are no "immediate" plans' lars could! come from Sunshine
construct Palm City State Park wa) t tumK. since the
to a new
bridge is a connecting, link between STORES
"And Wait For The bridge, a State Rood Department DISCOUNTQumtltr
Night, by and triumphs of the men involvedin the Parkwax and U. S. I I.
John William Corrmgton The our race to the moon takes the official: said Monduv These funds could be allocatedby : IU.hu C..aNAME
frustration of the defeated in war reader behind the scenes of the Clarence Davidson, district en- a simple signature I in Tallahas-
Is depicted in this novel about drama shaping todays headlines fineer at )Hftrt Lauderdale, told lee lbrjfl
the era of reconstruction in the "Helping Your Gifted Child." Ihe Stuart News that somethingwill Should there be a new bridgeat I
South by Ruth Strang The author, a professor I eventually have to be done a new location, the general consensus (: BRAND OIL RIOT!
"Bargain Paradises 0 f the of education at Teachers since the present bridge n in bad is that it will be at the end
World: by Norman D. Ford. Prac I College, Colmbia University, has shape but that it i is much too early! of Twelfth Street and would crow I
tical advice for vacationers or re | compiled a useful compendiumof to say that a new bridge will definitely the St. Luue River and connect i, FOX Mf
tirees on where and how to live research! findings l and percep be built. eventually at Indian Avenue and _
on little money. The book ranges tive observations about gifted children "We would have to take all Stale Road 7ft GULF, FOXIIEAD; HYVIS or CASTOR
from Mexico to Greece. written in an easy-to-read kinds of surveys and study them Currently, the Palm City bridgeis "
"Case of the Phantom Fortune;' style, Of interest to both parents closely before any kind of a decision undergoing repairs but they MOTOR FILM OIL While,, 1"lidtl"aIIJra"d., Last
by Erie Stanley Gardner Perry and teachers Is made. We could not are minor rCpllirThe bridge
Mason and Della are paid $VX) "Community Groups and You: think, in terms of a new bridgeat could be used for venn by light M
for attending a buffet dinner How to Manage and Participate another \location until these' surveys traffic
'The Bay of Pigs l;' by Hayes Effectively in Boards, Clubs, Committees were made and studied There A two-hm-limil 'sign has been \IOU CHOICE
Johnson. This is the complete Fund Drives, Charities, are many, many things to take intoconsideration posted at each end of the bridgeto a uua
the Bay of Pigs as told by storyof the Etc.,"' by Elizabeth and Henry including the necessary deter heavy truck traffic, and 1
participants who were released Swift A practical manual which funds for such construction. companies have been notified the SEALED 1 1-QT. CANS
from prison in 1962 I explains how the techniques that Hiese funds are not included in bridge is unsafe and their heavy
business' has learned to apply to this year's SRD primary fund trucks. should! be re-routed.
"Japan Past and Present by j[ management and human relationscan budget," Davidson said. \\c can only hope the heavy
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Edwin O Reischauer A lucid and
prove helpful in clubs and Although Davidson did not trucks observe the two-ton-ltmlt
authoritative history of Japan from civic affairs The could he
mention it. local: speculation has sign bridge very
the origins of the Japanese! peopleto "The Scrutable East, A Correspondent been that funds for such a bridge, dangerous for many of them, Nationally jrcog- t N '
the present. The author, an 's Report on Southeast possibly exceeding a million dol. Davidson declared I bed for quality gam,. ,,,
eminent American scholar was "
Asia, by Robert Trumbull. The hibrkaiktn.
born in Tokyo and Is now United author, a veteran foreign correspondent ----I
States Ambassador to Japan, for the New York Times, o
"Coin of Contraband" by Garland .I presents a clear-cut interpretationof County Attempts to Quash Now at II rout comparable to ordinary hulk
Roark. The true of AI the Asian with
story crisis together a with
I oIK) sou ran protect your roglnt any
Scharff, a reformed contrabands- forecast of the future role of theWest HassleA IfYli OIIS-kfw
ta, who as! a customs investigatorwas fJU an appraisal of the cf Writ in Beverage of these controlled" qualify motor oIN. Change
feared and admired by men tests Slates aid, now for Summer and S\M:!
on both sides of the law. Jam "Dead Mans Gold," by Lynn motion to quash an man'i restaurant did not comply
packed with hilarious and peri We tland. Johnny Sty verso n conesto tive writ of mandamus! with zoning regulations requiring
lous episodes."Pilgrim Dcadmans with the Forty-Nm- Martin County alterna'i a minimum of :2.(XX) feet IIORG.\VARNIi ( "HOLL.A.BELT"SEAT 12-VOI/r SUPER HLHCTRONIG
Project by Hank ers but he was looking not for i Pittman then filed for an alternative
Searls This story of the terrors gold but for a girl named Carrie. County Engineer Fred Bell writ of mandamus in Circuit
nection with an alcoholic beverage Court asking Judge C. Pfeiffer BELT RETRACTORS BATTERY CHARGER
permit application for a Port Trowbridge to direct and com
County Taxes Little AffectedBy Salerno restaurant was filed I In mand the commission to approvethe
Martin Circuit Court Tuesday by zoning on the grounds that
I County Attorney Dean looker the distance was more than 2,000( r e
Court Ruling Says CoursonA Willie Ross Pittman of Port 5
feet.In
Salerno asked the commission and its motion asking the court ,
Martin County Zoning Commission to and dismiss the writ the
quash
Florida Supreme Court decision I that could affect county in
every
several weeks to
ago approve commission that the facts ti
to taxes Dade County Florida, instructed Dade Countyto argues .ri
levy in
that he could apply for
zoning so alleged in the alternative writ do
on the constitutional basis of its taxes on the full, rather i
the
beer and to t
avla: a wine permit not constitute a cause' of action
full evaluation will not valuationsThe ,
probably Florida Alcoholic Beverage Commission authorizing the relief prayed for," I
bring much of a tax change I in Supreme Court upheld an .
Martin County next year, Tax Assessor original ruling by Circuit Judge Following three measurements It also argues that "the alternative
A. C. Courson said this Samuel Smith of Lake City !between the restaurant and a writ fails to show any legal R wIt
week. The DuPont Plaza Center of church the commission ruled Pitt- duty resting upon the respondents
Courson reported that, as far 'Miami, a hotel, started the case, with which they have failed to
as he could see, a great deal of 'II'by contending it was being over comply and that mandamus" is not
Martin County property is alreadyat taxed by about $23,000 a year, hie current inequities, but was overruled the proper remedy.
the full 100 per cent valuation, while some home owners were not The county motion points out
and it is very unlikely there will paying their full share. Judge Smith said the net effectof that "the beverage director of the
J>e any marked re-evaluation. I In his ruling, Judge Smith said the ruling is to require other district office that has jurisdictionover
He did note that some adjustment the arrangement was unconstitutional property owners in Dade Countyto Martin County for the |Issu< r- s
upward may have to be made and its effect would be to bear the burden that justly rests ance of licenses for vendors of Intoxicating Ihts auto Milt licit rrrh are r.or. all 12-V, Auto., Trmlm,
next year to be In line with the increase' the $5IXK) homestead ex upon parcels of property which liquor, is an indispensable approved for sale and me In
court ruling, but these adjustments emption to $10000. :have: t the benefit of homestead exemptions : party to this: proceeding and all lulvi rriulrlng| mh approval Mils and Plane. Keeps your '
won't amount to a great deal, he Dade County pleaded for more (Pittmun) has failed) to serve him battery fully charged for turf
said time, contending that doubling the the seven members of the court with the writ of mandamus i issued Slip on Mat !bell randy starts Alweysl!

The Supreme Court, in an order tax rolls__immediately___ ____ m would__ dou-_ concurred on the opinion. this cause' and quickly lu keep !belts neatly qultk
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At Close of Business June 29,1'963 Close of( Business June 30, 1961 "

ASSETS ASSETS;

Cash on Hand and Due from Banks .. $2,624340.01 . .
'y Cash on I Hand and I Due from Banks $2,756,895.46United
,4 United States Government Bonds.. .. 6,423,866.00 a' 'i States Government Bonds . . 6,110,738.00( )
County and Municipal Bonds. .. .. :. 2,168,284.72 ; r"s r County and Municipal Bonds . . . 2,506,243.91, .
Federal Reserve Bank Stock .... . 32,250.00 $11,249,240.73 ,: . .. . ,
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 34,500.00() $11,40837737f.
/ Land.. . . .. .0.. ....... ... ...... 75,000.00 "j 1 Lund . .. ., .,. . .. . . 75,000.00( )
Banking! House '. ... .. .. .. ..... .. ... .... 440189.06 Banking I louse* ;. .. .. . ... .. . .. 416,515.20
Furniture and Fixtures .. ..... .r. 162,849.87 Furniture and Fixtures ... .. .. ..,.,...... 'I|. v 146,236.87
Parking Lot .. . .... .. .. .. .. .1. :,:' 11,148.15 Parking} I ... "I 10303.87
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Other Assets .. .. .,,.., .....:0.....' ...I.t.y.: p M';; ....." 78.780.47 M/M Other Assets /.t//1'/*; .,..r/r.. t. ...'f.11..11.". ....' I, / ,r :..: 5499424
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I i hfNs f MARYFiremen's IQWl'\ CMftJpotId'llt I\T T..2994V' _

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47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.1737 The Fourth of \de held with the wofk: Ann Chapman.
Saturday, ) In Stuart prove to be J.pn Stop" Doris Johnson, Winnie
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 7i30 AM. IlL 9 P.M. I another exciting time for t b eFltemens I
'C' Sevens. Lois i Saundcrson
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Auxiliary of Pent Salerno. I IS
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M. 1 P. M. ? tiboM float was. awarded first Dorothy| l1eal and Mary Capana

Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. erK I ryda place."fof the prettiest in the pa. 'HIBISCUS PARK NOTES

i N Mrs Ann Chapman was chair Mr and Mrs Robert Keeling
man of the committee for the have had as their house guests
float, and a lot of hard working the past two weeks, their son and
There really is NO "PRICE" hours had been put in on the float.T children, John Keeling, Kemmyand
h e following members helped Steven, and their granddaughter
1 t ; Linda' Piudcnte, from Elm-
fgfJ ff. BECAUSE A PRESCRIPTION hurit. New Hyde Park, N. Y Theyare fp -

W'f' COULD SAVE, YQUR LIFEIAt I II 3 : Tent Meetings .upending: a few days\ this week .t ,
I in "' arm eightspcipB'!

Broward our everyday low prices are as fair Started Mr and Mrs. Antone Foley,

as our prescription filling Is accurate and we Monday i Banyan Drive, have returned to

have been trusted with 50 ,million prescrip their home after vacationing for a
over I '
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Worker are hard at work getting month son, of
tions. Bring your next prescription( is$ Browgrdand the grounds in order Joe the New, Brunswick, N., J. Whi'a' /jherj.
save with confidence. tent meeting in Port Salerno which I they attended the World's Fair
OF ARMED FORCES LN PARADE Marled! Monday, July 6, and con- and found it a very worthwhilevisit.
tinues for two weeks. The tent I Is .
YOU CAM'T IHTER..WHY PAY MORE
NICE SAILING-Mrs. Gene Welch and daughter Karen, stand
-- located east of U. S 1 Ion St. Lucia
Boulevard Steven. Fisher, four-year-old son beside two seven-foot sails caught by Welch Sunday, aboard the
and Guests of M(. and Mrs. Jack Fisher, is a "Loua," owned Mr and Mrs. Walter Steel of Melbourne. All
Many Yachts ; Bapti{ Chapel will preside at the were guests of the Manatee Marina over the weekend
following an
emergency appendectomy -
VillaS meetings Rev Lewis. Stancil, on Saturday evening.
Langford Manna and Farms
Tropicil Baptist Church, Steven'is doing nicely and
I will bd in charge of music, with Ip home on Tuesday hoped Our CASES FILED IN American bought more life insurance .
return
COMPAREd The Fourth of July weekend Palm Beach; O Ray Sparks Jr. Mrs Betty f Fernandez. Rio Bap* hint T'bhlS go to him for a quick CIRCUIT COURT from more companies than
brought many boating enthusiaststo West Balm Beach Mr and Mrs list Church as the accompanist.A recovery (Chancery) ever before in 1963, a total of
Langford Marina among them Alton Green, Lake Worth;. Mr. pursery will' be provided for Marie Kennedy vs. Edward B. about $88,000,000,000 from I,-
was a boat-a-cade: from Homestead and Mrs. Don Rohb, Orlando; Mr small children and a special program Mrs. James Thompson has returned Kennedy, complaint for alimony
SAVE! andkMrs. L. C Peever, Orlando, for other children each eve i to her home after surgery unconnected with divorce; T. C 500 companies.
4Sf Participating in the boat-a-c.dc.: Mr. ana Mrs. E. R. Kelley Jr., Lake Everyone' I :his, past week at Martin| Mempr-! Houk. I
and slaying at the villas, were Mr. Worth; Mr. and NJrs. N. N. Rem is extended a very igl and M convalescing: nl Fly.I E. ffarlanE. I I'RENEW'
Myrna Henniger vs.
and Mrs Harry Wright Mr. and ey, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cordial invitation to come out and I
Hibiscus Park Civic Association
T. C.
diYorci
Henniger, Hoyk.
attend all the meetings possible.
COMPARE THE fORMULAI Mrs. Everett Doubcrly,. Mr. and Gustation, Fort Lauderdale, : hat made with YOURDRIVER'S
arrangements .
Mrs. Bobby Dt linger, Mr. and Mr and Mrs R. P< Craner, Port PERSONALS I Hobo Sound Ambulance Corporation Catherine Adams Furlbw vs.Oscar LICENSE'
Mrs. O. Ralph Matousek and children Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs M. D. ambulance B. Furlow Sr.. divorce; Elton mm win
to provide serv-
COMPARE THE PRICEI! Mr and Mrs. Paul Losner, Putch Miami Beach; and Mr. and Barbara Padgett, two-year-old ice for association members to the H. Schwarz. I BIRTH MONTHJiiiUt
Mr. and Mrs F. A. Rutzke, Mr. Mrs Stanley Hills, Sea Gate Har daughter of Mr and Mrs Ellis local hospital. The association! Change name of Walter Hill
I ,!,!nljt,4h; ;tnteNtnrl: ( tt :ryn MI?!? !mYy4!MYINNN_"NashtlnlrVytn< ; ( and Mrs. G R. Runken, Mr. and Padgett has returned to her homeon made a donation to the Crowell to Walter Clifford Cro-
I r Mrs. V. L Harris Mr. and Mrs. bor.Villa( guests from out of state Twelfth Street after being a for this service. All lot corporation own. well 111; Oughtenon and Oughterson. -
l' ; !,I ;LIP ills Coot Roberts, William Anderson were Mr. aDd Mrs. C J. Roe, patient at Martin Memorial Hospital en In the park are eligible for .
; Jr, Melvin E. loaner and- Ronald River Forests Ill; Mr and Mrs. for several' weeks. "Bobby"ran the service if they are membersof Frances Bewley Bauman Owens
? I'q1 hpZBff>a !! B. Harris John Czugh., Westbury, N. Y.; her arm through the wringer the Civic Association We feel vs. Fred Nathaniel Owens, divorce
There were also seventeen other Mr and Mrs David E. Lcibwn, of a washing machine at her home his is a wonderful step forward ; Michael Q Litfman.
yachts at the marina tlus past Corning. N Y., and Mr. and Mrs and has had treatment and skin 'or' the protection of the health Ellwyn B. Cox vs. Marjorie A. i
week, fifteen from Florida. Yachts Albert Weibe. Brooklyn, N. Y. grafting during her slay in the hqe- and welfare of our residents. Officers Cox divorce; Elton J (I. Schwarz,
i I441+ ljl ilbi( { Lhia and owners from Florida Included: ..... ., pital. She It doing nicely now andis of the Civic Association are* JACK'S GULF
{ :411 IA4YIfL7. ails +l 'Mis Behaven," R E. Barrows, VI< J L very happy to be back, home
"Judy. $ ),f. Lilly. with per. family.Cinderella. Sal\ Masullo., president.; Cut Tborn- The pedestal of the Statue of STATIONAll
Melbourne; \
89'PURKESMEDICREME( 1.35 NOXIEMA crop, Indlalantic\ ; "Aqawap Cm Warranty Deeds quit rude, Johanson vice president Recording; Mrs.lecre-Ger- Liberty contains silver corns. Enthusiastic
D. Boca Ratop: "Salty / Pleases workmen who built the S.rvk-. Guaranteed
cry Spurr
/? tary; Mrs. Jean Moran( \, corresponding
SKIN CREAM base in 1886 show
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Dog William Peterson; Dayton\ Filed in Week Cast and Audience ; secretary; Mrs. Eleanor Jack Sanndenoa, Owaer
ered into the mortar a collectionof
Beach "Marion-Jane, Ernest
; Rip- Ackermann, treasurer; Stanley For A1A Port Salerno AT 71021fM
16-OZ. ley, Lake Worth: "Lucky V," ,, ----- 'Delightful is the word for rester, W. Grego,'Charles Meyer, coins from their own pockets.

OUR LOW PRICE OUR LOWPRICE7 Ralph E. Wood" Lake Worth Not! Th. transaction flur.. the Riptide Players' production of R. Voelkl and Bob Keeling direc
/ "Renewal Harry Cook. WestPalm given. below are ratlmatad Iron "Cinderella," which was presented tors. CHUCK SERVICE I
; ; ;nnl !! I Beach; "Mi a Lou," Mr. and .tat. r.vonu. .tampa afflt.d' M last and
:, : ;:I 9k:! iaiiill I the deeds at II.. rate of Itoonddnratlon Thursday Friday nights
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Mr. Hayward R. Alker, Fort "ant. per 1100. 1" co..... whera at the Playhouse. The pluy, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowe and r.niw
Lauderdale; "Nell.Jim" J. W. .la nominal such. Ruth Newlpn, was given by arrangement children have returned to their o.u.- STANDARD oust w
.a rsltngnt.hm.nt ( trual
PEGS Allen, Fort Lauderdale; "Fran- ahlp or almllar| caaoa o whar ; with Samuel' French, tome 'after spending a short vacation
; .. L See" Waltef C. Cook, Pompanp nun toy vhan. bands ihlnltnum atampe !ltc., and directed by 'Big Ed" visiting Mr and Mrs. "Bud --6fl er.
Beach* "Bo-Jo," Dr. Baxter L. t.I1G.wlw..mindaturr Thw.a.M.blaa. $odlcw kl. i., ,dy" .Gilard( and family{ farmer -_ r 2875019a .- a ss-C'."...........
Clement" Fort, f Lauderdale/ "Snuf\ mlwlus 4 nirtr.lnatrumnt than' aMunt The cart included Barbara Kanarek &- I rciidepts hcra. Other visitors .at Owned blJ\D: S4il1el\ ..4 pg..t
fy, John Knowlton" St Peters- of a tranarr. but prrlodlrallr > a* Cinderella: Gail Wood as the Gillard home in Satsuma from Port Salerno UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
burr. "Fia-Fia, R. Schulmeister, th. eomptrolt.r. orrir.invstl.ata the stepmother; Matilda. Nancy this area were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Capt. Toley Ellgebret.enSalerno
North Palm Beach "Hel Jak Too," those eaira In
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; which l leap Nampa appear to Jane Woodall; Griselda. Julie Crane and children and Mr. Road Service
99 SEQUIN 99UUSTRE Mr. and Mrs Harold J. Sickmann, haw bunt. plaeed than th. taxwarranted Rowell Frump, Gayle Cuthbert, and Mrs. Eugene Black. "Buddy"and .... AT T-MI
Delray Beach; "Dorothy HI," Dr. Th. N.wa Iskes no Open 7 day a week -
roapormihlllty! for th. ..Uraat.d fairy godmother, Tmka Parks, Pat send their best regards to SALERNO
HAIR SPRAY CREME and Mrs. H. W Cohn, Tavernicr valuation. prime minister, Arnold Tucker; all their friends here in the area. Shipyard AT T.2TB5
SPRAYt Those from put of state were: prince Tim Fuller; duke Karen
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Witter Mt. ( S. C., and Emswellcr. Property in government two Connie Tucker, lady three, /, .
Q4R4Y PIICE OUR ""Connie George lot 2, section 3, township 'Ty
LOWPRICCY III \
Meyers.
,. New Jersey. > J8. S. range 41 E. 26000. of Molly the court Stuckey, Elizabeth; lords Fuller and ,ladies San ... j :_(. j

rvja: Villa guests from Florida this R. P. Chapin to X. O. Lisle Jr. dra Cuthhcrt. J. K. Rowell Jr. and '
past week were: Mr. and Mrs R. Lot 19, block 4. North River I Lee Cuthbert ',' 4
A. Lucas, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Shores!, section 2, 19500. The house manager was Helen

s; ii oMa 1T.Ot' ,,', 1 1 1J.( Lagdrey. Vero Beach: Mr. Walter I I. Parr to Herbert E. Lister: stage manager, Phil Algozztm ( -
PtA JUM t0 and Mrs Walter Jewels, Vero Moon. Property in St. Lucie Inlet ; makeup, Margaret Fuller,
1 Raw ;, t1'E :r St1E Beach; Mr. and Mrs F W. Curtis Farms $5,600.William Madeline Shaw and Jean McClung;
I It Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allowway to Frances prompter, Mary Ann Susdorf.: special
Lindsay, Sarasota; Mrs. T. F. Alloway. Lot 6, Riverside Heights, effects Kelly Rowell: lighting .
ttllle i. .':,.:.Iilkt,te Shortall, Lauderdale-by.the-Sea ; and lots 8 and 9, block 14, Riot Ray Lister, wardrobe, mothers -
Thomas T: (>Worn Mt. Dofa Mr. $ : Luck Terrace Subdivision, to of the players.Following p t tpamWMclalakllOTwa0corH.rdtopandtumid
JULIA MAY 1.75 Y05 and Mrs T. L Cmick Fort Laud. create tenancies by tho' fntiretie*. each performance,
erdale: Dr. and Mrs. J' E. Room- 1100. the children in the audience were
(REME RINSE CREME RINSE98CWASH IOn West Palm Beach: Mr. and, I C. W, Cuthbert to G. McNeil! invited to meet the players and
APUR Mrs. B Smith, West Palm Beach; Robinson. Lot 12. block 9, Palm were given "peppermint 'wands.
LOW PRICE Off low )9 Mr. and Mrs. W J. Field, West I Lake Park Subdivision Ss0( I After Friday's performance,' the
i Daniel) H. Clark to William P. children presented Godlewski witha
.+ PRICE NOW IN STOCKlor : Moore. Property in lot 7, block gift in appreciation of his many
II, Potsdam. $14,000. I efforts, both directional' and Otherwise \
I Elizabeth K. Conrad to Alex' I in making the. play a success
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NIi arulcr" Leimburg. Lot 2, block (8, I Then the entire cast, with
Salorno Shores 1800. assorted mothers, sister and:
I C. Pauline Goesslmg to Richard I brothers, were entertained at a
Ii (dSh ROOSTERSJockey J. pudding. Property in tract I swimming party at the home of
; lj' 14. blockT75. St. Lucie Islet( Farms Mr and Mrs J. K. Rowell Sr.,
5500. Alornanda Way During the evening
Underwear
Trustees of the Internal Mrs. Rowell served "Cin
3i:>it .:,,N. w.wtN N fits" afY+;pli ntNS44Nat Ni into
provement Fund of the State ol derella" cake, ice cream, punch
FRESH V CLEANTOWELETTES 'N' Esquire Socks Florida to Palm Beach Company. and coffee
A parcel of submerged land ta 1(4
DRI Towelettes HathawaySport Indian River abutting uplands I in ian Frincltco Ie car Product o(Am ric Motors.
tfle Hanson Grant township 3$ I
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!kly?! ; !; ? ;! Shirts\ Urquhart Edna M.Lots Ogden I I. 3 aDd to George 5, Golden P. : This dazzling ar toph.e\ Rambler r.Classic I 70.. It.takes off


i'ak?; ,! FOR LITTLB Gate Herbert 11000.E. Moon -et al to Arthur with more V.8 power than the standard V-8 in the top-site Ford or

'' IMMSItnN.90 i Homer The t'llei of tract Chevrolet parks easier has virtually the
:Ii; OStUEi6 ROOSTERS 5. block. '2. St Lucia Inlet Farms.. Fltf' AND' yJfLr3; same room,

: ;'!!:! laCoste Sport ShirtsSIZE $100.Pierce: I. Mire to Paul D. Cpmbf COVER 18ItAvtOMO5RE yet costs qyer r $$20Q; less* and gives you a long list of important

1 5N! w.iti' Lots 5 and 7, block 66 Golden I advantages at no extra cost. And with what you save on Rambler,
12 TO 20 Gate: property in lots II, 12 and
Julia May Leg REG. 3.99 OPEN MOM: thru SAT. 9 tq 1gCeUneifl 13. block 6*. (ioldet Gate. anda you can keep your pocketbook happy and still add smart,

Tamng Lotion Q.T. LOTION T.)(. II.1 1S 12-foot:and alley 13 'between$&9001 lots S, 7. 1 f"ra sporty options like floor shift (manual or automatic), reclining

OUR Reed Robert Lots M.114 Harms and to 115 Joseph, block V. bucket seats with console, seven-position steering wheel, power

OURLOWPRICEUO1 LOW 3.29 !%J. plat No.. I of Orympia; Bcacb steering brakes
} PRICE \, ",.oro. I power power windows-you name them. If you

R.: ). Randolph to James 7.Burcess. A TPOM, ,*, like fun, flair and glamour-and smart savings toonowjs
Lots 5. 6, 7 and I, block ,
PARKE DAVIS 1.99 4 1. Styrmann Park. Second Addi the time to
MYADEC 100'., REG. .> $$4 te1' tion. 18000. AlL fORMS'UA1" see your nearby Rambler dealer.

Morgan L. Madden to Kathleen '

I. Spencer. Property In lot 2 ;,t; : Rambler
FLASHBULBS Classic-big
sR EYE'OR 12 99 of$750.the Ed F. Gluttch. Subdivision. .. saving' ?

Alice R. McCarthy sad c.1 wltm during the W\g\ Rambler Selling Spree
Edith McCarthy to Gerald A. Wil- ttoNDS s
ALKMELTZER Zi ", 37 zTEQUESfA, kmw Property in the Ed F. ecotII parhons .d 01'1 rnutltl/dUr./ et.d
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6 E' THE STUART (Fb) NEWS Thursday, July 9, 1964 STUART SAWFISH SUMMER TOURNAMENT


Stimmell, In Own Defense I i i SAILFISH-Men's length (division May 1 Oct Ronald 31))L. Skelton

I II (iTIIIIIiIIIJIIwJRECENT! 1 __ Stuart, Boston Whaler, Manatee Marina ....... ...... 8 ft

I ; Asks Libel Suit Dismissal BLACKFIN BLACK BASS TUNA: R. D: Charles Futch, Lake R. Gorman CIty, Jensen Rantoul Savannas, lit 10 lb. 3 oz.

., "Marybob II," Captain Bob Scrunsher ....... ............ 1J !Ib.
K >th Stine ell asked Martin Miller claimed in his suit that
t Judje' C. Pfeiffer Trov- I i I I the letter "defamed and abused BUILDING PERMITS BLUEFISH: Charles Oee Vero Beach ........_......... ...... 11 lb. 8 oz.

brle to dismiss", a $750,000 lihel him, and attacked his characterand Cleo Cocoa Beach, "Maryhob
BONITO Mrs Gagne
suit brought agalmt him two weeks motives (June 26 through July I) HIV: Captain Bob Scrimsher ...................,........ ..... 18 Ib. 4 0%.
; a-o by CtHinty Commissioner Ed. Stimmell. a former mayor of
Owner Location Contractor
Amount
., vfcrd MilletStimmelrs Stuart, will represent himself in : Detcrlptbw DOLPHIN: Mack V Farley, Eau Gallie "Gulfstream,"

request to dismiss. court. He claims he cannot afford Stuart Captain Von Jourdan .......................................... 43 lb.
: the suit was in an answer to the costs for an attorney City of
In his answer Stimmell said he FLOUNDER: Douglas Scranton Jensen Beach ............ 6 Ib 3 oz.
suitMiller Bruncr'i House of Real Etale 700 South Federal highway City Signi Sign $ 100
sued Stlmmtll the filing
did notification of
; over a not get KING MACKEREL: Phil Phillips, Williston, "Fran L,"

.I, letter read at a meeting of the of the suit prior to the filing Martin County Captain Pete Robertson ........................................ 46 lb.
Martin County Commission during date, that there was no time fora

the days preceding the May 5 retraction, and that the suit Is Charles Frary Jensen Beach Tomasi and Yurillo Residence ROOOJohn SEA TROUT: L. W Cone, Palm City ........._.?............ 12 lb. 7 oz
vindictive in and
primary election in all respects.nature" "political Schmidt Coral Gardens Coral Gardens Construction Co, Residence 1,000 SNOOK: Morris Schall, Jensen' Beach ......._................... 36 lb.

PAINTS HARDWARE Stimmi.ll charges the suit deniei Coral Gardens Construction ('0, Coral Gardena Sams Residence 1,000 TRIPLETAIL: William W McDowell, Sewalls Point .... 17 lb. 4 oz

ATtantlc 7-0363 him the right;> of free speech, Ray Lapin Sea Gate Harbor Coral Gardens Construction Co. Residence 8,000 WAHOO: George T. O'Reilly, New York City .......... 4! lb. 8 oz

denies him officials the, right and denies to criticize him Henry Orlen port Salerno None Demolish building .... ..... WEAKFISH: Gordon E. Cox, Miami ............................. 3 lb. 2 oz.
C.l...nlM4 Ph. public Strum Jensen Beach
I, the right to express what he be. George pauL Lewis Enlarge utility room 2S0
.1..m"I.. >um II.tPip. lieves to be the truth. Thelma Mack New Monrovia W. R. Mayfield Screened porch ISO

S Cut He alleges the suit is "an af Ed Miller Beuey Creek Tom Curtis Screened enclosure 300P. Beaches SAF-T1-AIDS
Explore
T. Sh.lchEUctrli frontery to the court," and says L Hinson Jndiantown Clyde Martin Hone barn 3,000
that "no malice was intended or LOCKSMITHS

........, rr Bteck: *SumllnMotw D.ck rftklll. existed Stimmell" also notes that he did With New ClubMartin -KEYS MADE-
Parts c:..'. ..4 Olio...
INDIAN RIVER SALES not bring intend him to Into injure ridicule Miller, scandal nor, Second Duplex Unit Helps Carry Investment County Historical Sod.. Lock Combinations

0. T.. JENSEN DHv. BEACH Noel or disreputeJudge ety is sponsoring a new club designed Changed
Trowbridge did not set a to acquaint the membersand
hearing date on the suit before all interested persons in the -NEW LOGKS-

Tops In Design he left on a vacjltlon.Building The first group of figure unique little world which exist
in the bouse number rcpre- : along the beaches. Hobe Sound

Permits dents the square feet of livi The "Family Beachcombers 5'16.4881546517*
able area In the house (The Club will meet on four Satur
KINGSIGNS other group is an office nunvber 135 day mornings starting July 18, ---
Total $$33,800A .) According to Jan Reins at the House' of Refuge Museum
her,) Consult a local contractor < The first tour will take place on METALWe
the beach south of the museum.
: slack week for an estimate of; (
comparatively Ar Worker I I. Metal
The will hike
thedunes
'. building :costs j group along
Fourth of y
preceding the JuJy aw area for about an hour and IF WE DON'T 1IAVF IF
only ten building' permits issuedIn then return along the water't edge WE CAN MAKE IT
Martin County, for a total of ,
By JAN REINFR Guides for the Beachcombers
NEON SPECIALISTS $31800 -
The one city permit was for ,Home No. 1630-55 k :=: will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heagyof
Fort PIerce HOward 4-1399 $100 and the nine county permits Port Salerno. Collections of Efl
totaled $33,700 For the couple who considet a each outing will be displayed ona F
bulletin board at the House of
trailer too confining but need ,
I In home
such a small ((815 square Refuge will be placed
small, convenient and economical feet each), I let alone in a duplex Emphasis and STUART PLUMBING
on discovering
CompleteAutomotive I GEORGE house, this duplex may be Just the The private front Screened roat oAaroen plants, animals' and artifacts identifying which & METAL WORKS
right answer, with the rental from porch (13 W by 8 feet) serves asa grow or: are washed up on the I ... Me ATUnll T-OIJI Slum..
foyer as well as a sitting place
NELSONPainting the second unit helping to carry; shore.
',: he Investment From it one enters the spacious
DINSno Die no There fees limits
are no or age
RepairsThason's IS by 16-foot living room which at DO YOU HAVE
of Identical for
Composed two units Beachcomber membership, but
has at the front the fireplace (FP) "
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b ( ;
wilt against a fireproof and soundproof and raised hearth (with outside all children under twelve years TROUBLEHEARING

masonry wall, this duplex planter (P) visible from the room]) should be accompanied by a n ?
Garage Exteridr lontains a number of unique feaurts. IeoRooM Il0a0pn adult. Suggested items for mem-
Interior and a I Uout-Ion, ribbon of jal. I t s /uq
:Including the Interior lanai n a+ie bers'to bring along are a collec-
ousie windows Above this window
Dial AT 7.2311 Dial AT 74949 the front tion net, small Do understand
protruding fireplaces, anathe pail or a notepad you
wall and fireplace is 18 feet
,. SERVICE FOR SAFETY licensed. *,Insured. size of the living-dining area of indirect lighting lllumlnatlni 4LlYntn and pencil and insect repellent. all that is said
4l".4ta SMith F4. .ml Hlihw.r ,\1ot\ these give each apartment l Members are also! urged to bring on
: the high ceiling which slopes
I:: v .dramatic found gently along book entitled"Seashores radio and TV?
: I> quality rarely down toward the rear, following 800e LIYtee loon a paperback
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Golden Nature
the line of the shed roof, a
t ot rORCn tg.t1rr Book, which may be purchased' at If have a prob.
Heathcote Much of Inner life of the Oa NI eel you
the sales table of either
house goes on around the Interior museum lem hearing this is
brat Vals Book Store In Stuart.
Nurseries
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garden ((6 by 10 feet) which .
Information about birds, ani'
I. Is shown shaded the plan. Ac. the perfect
on oppor-
window, and refrigeratorto closets with i 2-Inch shelves between mat tricks, flowers and grasses'
I Architect Designed Landscaping cessible from both the living room range tunity for
rocks, crabs shells and tidal to
the right and wall I I cabinets pools you get
Oriental( n"'aA Specialty and the kitchen, this outdoor space them, accessible from both
Mil be discussed The
Complete Llu of Ornamental with screened roof gives sunlight, shown dotted. Next to the refrigerator sides The closets have bifold doors Beachcombers Club is essentiallyan Family the famous
crews-ventilation (RF) Is a closet for pots and
air and to the
14 11 tE RUNTAl Plant MaterIaL "The Indian combinations behind the centrally located for greater accessibility. If more organization of discoverers andit VANCDlfINI.EAR
living room. Many pans
River Am'a Oldest! Landscape is hoped that both adults and
of planting and decoratingare heater (CH). In place of the individual storage space U needed, closetscan
', Year Turn paving.' Interesting kitchen appliances a stain be built at the rear of the children who join the club will
here,
ofOu98th possible makmg! an
ROWELL FURNITURE CO.sigh at Lbublty miniature design problemto le.s'Iteel faciory-made "cooking carports. view the beaches .with a new enthusiasm -

'. Lumber In Fort Pierce. Pba.t excite the landscaping imagination center" could be used. The kitchen In addition to.tht 'unusual features Beaches in their i natural All Transistor
I I; Dial AT 7-9804 Wa Give Gold Bond Stamp Howard 15332.Long of the homeowner, It might t has a door to the carport If of this duplex, it has advantages state are rapidly disappearing' alongthe
coasts t of Florida as new settlements HEARING AIDat
desired, door could be
Include a tiny reflection pool with a folding of economical planning such
goldfish or a rock garden or a installed at the living room end. as back-to-back plumbing., fireplaces and developments take a4Q
place, and of Martin
portions
many
Fountain or many other things The bathroom is accessible both back to-back on one chimney
beaches destinedto
which have not occurred to us The 'From the living room and the bed stack, and the Inexpensiveshed County's seem
future
party wall could be of ornamentalor room and has a 4-foot linen closetL roof At the same time, the I see budding
glazed brick, if the budget permitted ( ) next to it The tub is away exterior has a pleasing front appearance To join the Family Beachcombers %
,1 ..tt from the window and there is a with the symmetry of the Club at its first meeting for a
j The dining area (see table dot. well-hung toilet and countertop outer porches balancing the cen morning of adventure, go to the DISCOUNTFree
t ed on plan) faces this lanai and washbasin with cabinet below. tral masonry of the fireplaces ant House. of Refuge Museum. at 9
has a view across It to the living- The spacious bedroom (II by the contrasting lacy trelllswork, a m., Saturday, July 18 Examination In Your

room fireplace. This vista of 32 II feet) has excellent: cross-venti- The Interior garden.could be omitted PLAY STARTS Home No Obligation.
1" feet (from either front or rear) I.a Is atlon through three-sectional' windows for a larger.dluine: area.. FIRE
'I ...,,h".' i very unusual feature In a small at each end: If this house is Plans for Duplex No 1630-53 A group of young boys playing CALL OR WRITE FOR
house and one which eliminates not close to neighbors, a shoulder- were drawn by architect'Jan Rein. with matches apparently started APPOINTMENTWESTERN:
t t ss he cooped up feeling which often ugh strip window could be installed er, editor of Florida Hornet magazine a woods fire In an area between
s err, ru,, c' tI comes with limited floor space along the third outside wall, (The magazine fs availableat Palm Beach Road and the airport AUTO
t The kitchen counter stretches making a bedroom which would 'Val's Book Short or! by mailing neat AIA, last week, County firemen ASSOCIATE STORE
along' the I wall opposite the really catch every wind that blows. $1 to 1000-Fifty-second Street fought the blaze since t the 261 Oeceola. Stuart Fla.
1 I II anal with ;eer'i (S) under the This bedroom contains two 4-foot North St. PeienIMi.l lot FU.) city hoods truck was in the garage 2874)775)

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I I tl1 ,. Plan Before Taking Pet on Trip -




r I Or You Lead Cat and Dog Life Motors Rewound



If you are planning a family va- let him off the leash unless you exception cats hate riding'm cart 0 Home Wiring & Outlets

(ation by car and! are wondering are well off the highway and Ike and will make .everyone1 else as
I whether or not to take your pet. hat been trained to return to you miserable as they are/ Water Pump RepairsOPEN

read onTo on command take aeat ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
If you must on a
\ talk about dogs first: I It Take plenty of his regular food,
I Ie 4
I if dish and water di h. And motor trip there only one way
solves a lot of problems you a feeding
to do it, and that h In a carrying
II cart leave Fido in the kennel, or take an old blanket for him to i
I I while if he i II allowed in cage, with plenty' of tranquilizen.
sleep on
iJ : with a kindly neighbor' you your Get your Instruction tram the .. ED
are gone If you can t. or if you room at the motel vet As with the slog provide familiar
prefer to take him you should Now as to cats It isnt necessary i food, dishes, leash and identification
: j jI plan for him al carefully as you to tell a cat owner not to take tags And take along
do for any member of the family one on a motor trip unless absolutely some tranquili/crs for yourself!
I Some dogs make fine traveling necessary Almost without
I' com"anion.. If your hat not already HIGBEE ELECTRIC
\ itI been trained to sit still in
\ the car and not to bark better RACE TRACK TAX FUND
I 1 start working on that at once. PAYS ANO1IIER $'''.000 GIVEto OSCEOlA AT 7-0744
Its best to check t"motell" TO EACH FLORIDA COUNTYState
along your travel route and find
Comptroller Ray E. Green
out whether they will accept petsin mailed check, for $14000 from

the room. About half of the 'the state race track tax funds to your ,....L.... .... INSIST ON THISPOLICY
300 motels in one chain will accept
each of Florida slxty- even counties
and most other will RED CROSS
pets
Distance Lets'You Visit on July 1 I.
help you find kennel accommodations : The comptroller said it was the ftbcy

for the nightIf final payment for the current fiscal It
safeguardsour
of
you are going any distance: ,
and would make the total +
Anytime !II make sure your dog has a health received fear by each county from the Title Insurance REAL ESTATE
certificate showing he ha been vaccinated
,. rabies. See that race track tax fund $234,000, the TITLE
against
/ in the of the tax
history
'Miss! .a friend?Grandma? The family back home? You don't haveto his with collar his Deem has an number Identification and your tag highest Each county received $206,800 Always there... by written contractual

and address. It might! also last year ; undertaking and stands
name
pack, up and go to enjoy a visit. Just pick up the phone 'be wise to attach to the collar a Green said the next fall.payment with your help i I I for
I (t. tag asking any. finder to take the would 'be in the early I your protection as

and call Long Distance. It's the easy way to have a happy dog to the nearest police station. I the insurance obligationof
Pets have been known to gel lost GENE THE CREDIT MAN SAYS ,
I visit. any time you feel like it. And the cost is so small for an the on trips \.. emt Wat the etwthsutfa. .( a* ef 4s one of the nation's

Moot does Ion to ride in can. fldNt local Credit ...., pta. .Ha afflH- largest and strongesttitle
pleasure you act and give. But if you have sever taken your ad. with. the Natkmal AiMchdoa. !
on an extended trip before visit Credit hnMI. insurance
.;'(' Sodthern4( Bell the vet and get some medicine that companies.
I will prevent or control car sickness .

J -c.w.w,w4 u. r.:... if necessary Play safe by not MERCHANTS1CREDIT I J ryen 1ido CALL OR SEC
.. feeding the dog for several noun -0.-
before the start of the top. BUREAU .::.on.. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY
,
1JEx Take a leash and muzzle, so I!
Ise I that out of the 371 OSCEOLA AVEMLTE
oft 'r your you can take bun
be to register and vote this year car for pencxtjo euro* Mop MARTTN COUNTY'S LEADING CMWT M.HEAIT, I AT 7-4331 STUART
11 ,I ('ghlasa citlzM,, sure without being afraid be win frightea PROFESSIONAL EXCIIANGC ftUflLMNC Stunt ( ........Ages.

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Is Named ga sawsmv va ore J."t'"It"< I THE STUART (Florida) NEWS: ;
JUPITER NEWS I Hughes Thursday! July 9, 1964 7-C
RIO NEWSMRS.
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MRS. ANNA MINEAR, Correspondent Phone 7464643t. r To District Post lo., Mr Kitty Raider, and Mrs.

.... C. B. IIE\SLFJY Catherine Schuman.
"' .. >j. y',ij I Commander Niles O. Hughe" Mrs. Charles 7ajit was host-
1 of the American Legion Rood- Correspondent! sea aaaiatod by Mrs. Ernest Jenk-
Little Pony I Williams Post7t.. Wit mimed AT 7-0887 lsw.: hire Freda Schlimm; and Mrs.
Leaguers Play f 4 ( Ninth District (manes officer at t 1&.4 JL l 1 I Kay Phillips. The next card: party
I the June meeting of the post will! be on Tuesdiiy. lily 14, atI

Big Part In 4th Celebrations I He tommandcr was 'capped'Dave t bv Ninth Dixon' pisIriot and- Civic Club Holds I p.m.

Ninth District <\Ujuumt I Irene TERMINALS
The community Fourth of July Matriciana, AI) Gibson Doug Gar- Stcltcr. who paid unofficial visit Monthly MeetingA
celebration at Kiwanis Park drew mer. Don Wortey Leo Faucher, i to the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Crcif have
an estimated crowd of 2.IXX{)()() persons Steve Douglas, P. Trudeau, Ken i I Hughes is the first "white lop" returned!' from a three weeks' vaca
from the Jupiler-Tequesla- Dwyer and Tom Kohn. I for Rood-Williams P..*.,.. potluck supper was enjoyedat tiM in Ohio. Thcv visited their
Hobe Sound area Saturday.The Each of the Little League teams I A )joint installation. of American the Rio Club meeting on Thursday daughter and her husband. Dr.
Little League All Stars fin ? Legion Auxiliary 271 and the and) Mn. Charles J. Bucknell of
presented a candidate for Queen, } I July 2.
ished their Pepper Pike Villa Cleveland'
7sr.our ,
will
busy
season with a win and Rood I Post be held on July 9 ui the
Landscapes representslive. The dOvlMn'lCre! given byMr. Ohio. While .there
over Palm Springs Utilities All- 'post home. The Is they attended
ceremony open
Stars 20.Little I I I Dawn Wolcsnagle was I to the white. .. Jack Shooter, and J a c kShouter .the graduation f their granddaughter -
(
crowned Litttle I
League players received League Queen. I presided at the businessmeeting. Judy who received her
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ribbons and All-Stan were given I An inspiring patriotic program x I HERE AM) THERE: bachelor' degree 'in nursing! and
trophies in ceremonies with Pat was held at 7:30: ) p.m., before the : I the graduation of their grandson,
Snow acting as master of cere masted! colors of the American j Kir and lute Hayward Robinson The club voted to give a dona- Robert from high school. Ho will
monies. All-Star Little Legion Veterans of Foreign Wars I) and their daughters, Sharon lion to the Jensen Bench fireworks enter college in Wyoming this I
players were Eddie Mayo League Dane and the Boy and! Girl Scouts. Judge! x land Mr. Raymond Payne and display. Following the meeting. fall. They also visited relatives and

Richards, Mike Ogle, Jim Corson! James Downey gave the [ grandson, Rickey, recently returned games were enjoyed. friends in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Jerry Lawson, Jim Driskcll, Dan A fine i display of I from a World's Fair vacation The next meeting will be on
addre'lli'l Mr. and Mrs John Koman
and
Wilder, Dave Howard, Mike La- lightened the early The Robinsons visited Mr*. Rob' Aug. 6 at R p.m. Refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lund
Sasse, John Harvev, Ken Harmon. witnessed not only by inson' sister, Mrs Robert Smith. will he "served and! a social hour were
the but of New York,, City while attendIng will follow called to Sayville. Long Island,
Mike Jordan Cy taft Carl Lucas, in park by youngsters and N. Y.. by the death of the brother
f .the fair. The Robinson also
in along all the roadsto
Fred McLaughlin Gary Haymond. I !parents cars
at Mrs.
Roman and Mrs. Lund.
Bill Bowman, and Stan Kennedy the park. It was particularly i 'If (Visited' their parent and familiesIn 'Winners Named
The Pony effective reflected in the river it their home town, Milford. Del.
League All-Stan
were At Card Party The United States' hOI 1.503
.
Wayne Corson, Dale Sharrock, was reported by residents on thesouth while they wereaway. Mr. Robinwn -
I
\ legal-reserve\ lifeinsurance' com
Yolk It with Pan-American
!
side of the river
Mike Lawson, Steven Woods, LouFor
I A dessert-card on June panics
| party !
Airways at Carter
The booths for the picnic dinner Cay Islands 30 had (ten tables in
play.
Bahama, returned to _the 1
were well patronized all day, im EVER TIME A FOREst
The door
.
price
the volunteers manning the booths July 6."Beau" was won hy
Beauty I Mrs. Leonard Neumann. Table FIRE STRIKES
reported Mayo who recently un- prize were won by Mir.. Tony 'Maury ,
The final clash of the eveningtook derwent lurgcry at St. Mury'i |u.| ,..> Ointer, Mrs. Ixniise Sonntag Mn.Wilbcit .
place between the Pony I pita), l I. recuperating at his home! Q. Carr, Mrs. leonard I YOU
league All-Stan and the dads and ''In River Cove. I Newmann. Mrs I'd Barnelt Mrs.
I managers, with a score of 98in f I Ethel Nodine Mrs. Russell But- GET BURNED
favor of the duds! and manager. Mr and Mr.*. Warren Franlenifield .; -
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Miss Darlene Home who was of Believes Ohio, are the I
crowned Pony League Queen, I guests, of Mrs. Frankenfield'i I-
II
reigned! at this game. i brother and lisicr-in-luw, Tom
o o_ % Ia Brown and Mrs, Brown for ten I
r r r I I day at their horn on PrnnovkI ONLY
I I Lane.

prt1'd. Mn. Norma, S arlip, Juno Beach, I FIVE + ,
wc has taken Mrt. Jeannette Bouch-
ir' place at c corresponding secrelary YEARS r
of the Jiipiler-Teuuesla' Chamber p
of Commerce. Mr, Boucher. !
THE FRAGRANT musky gardenia, common in Martin. County garden, cants ill fragrance on and her daughters have joined Joseph AGO
the air Grandmother called it I "(are Jasmine" Botcher, w ho has been Iran p

.. 'erred to Connecticut.
That Is You. ----- -
.. Mrs James Spii/er ind her
200 Youngsters Attending Dixieland; / WarriorsPlay children Palm Point Drive have

at Palm Reach returned from Bloomville, Ohio,
where 'they were" called by the( IIInes V
- PelicanBeauty Anniversary coming apT Enrichment Program HereThe The Dixieland Band section of of Mn. Spiirer'i father. H. tI"
the Jupiter Marching Warriors as- L. (beading Mr (hooding Is now ,
t.7 taaJthl suited at the recent nailing recuperating at h,""".
t regatta
'ayK'bt'ycw
summer enrichment program Bond, and driver education! Paul
Salon .... sponsored by Palm Bench Hardy. and parade of yachts, sponsored
.
i ; .. County Board of Public Instruction Mr*. Miller, librarian, opens the by the for Palm Safe"Beach Homing: Power l>uy.Squadron The STEELE'S many of today's prescriptions would
Q t* being attended by approximately elementary school library Friday
Evenings by Appointment I : .. 200 young people, accord- and Monday mornings from tt The group composed: /Mark INTt.RIOKH have been tncapingless hieroglyphics.
Myrtle Clark ClaIre Scnatoa E.OCCAN BLVR ing to B. M. Dukes assistant prin- to noon and Wednesday after Long, Sharon Harrison. Bill Your trusted pharmacist must be con.
I STUARTFLA.l cipal at Jupiter School. from I to 4:30. the high Schlacks, Davle Davidson' Rick: Be Closed
7-3484' 7X noona : Will
215 OSCEOLA AT < &AT.7 The music department, under school library Is open Friday afternoons Umg. Vicki Harrison' Jay Reed. stuntly alert to medical advances in orderto
I the tutelage of Bandleader John from I to 4:30.: and Kathy Burkell, and! directedby safeguard
Hupp, has ninety pupils. registeredfor The program will continue un Bandleader: John al Hupp' play from July 4th to your health.
beginners and advanced clas til July 24.Flotilla. ed from the deck of yacht, ewm
sea. Hupp aid the work was large I ed and piloted by George Sims, of

ly educational received.and was The being ached.enthusiastically 52 l Honors Singer Island. July 19th. 7 STUART DRUG CORP.

ule is slowed for summer but keeps LORAN Leaders Parasol' ants cut and drag lesvt IN'( F.Mto RCitNV.; : CALIl .
.. the pupils buy to their underground: nests a* bed JUPIIIK: 747 44. Q YOUR REXALL STORK AT 7-JMJ

The recreation department for .Commander Sullins and Lieutenant and lies and RobertL. Mrs." for food fungi ________ __ -0--- ___ __ 0 __ .. 0 ______. ___ ___ __ ____-
CRUISEFROM the program is under the direction
of James Sparger and Floyd James Blake were honor guests at
Wilkes. A swimming instruction a surprise dinner at Suni-S nds
course is just starting with Rob on Friday evening Commander"
Shirah teaching at Salhaven Pool. Sullins has been in charge of .the
Ixwan Station of the United States 4:
This course is MIAMI ANY TIME who may contact Shirah.A Coast tiuard here, and turned Ihe
command over to Lieutenant Blake
science workshop II I being
on 6.
conducted for both elementary and Flotilla July 52 of the Coast Guard SUMMERTIME
OF YEAR! junior high students, with Kenneth Auxiliary! was host for the occasion 4
Cole in charge. and presented the Sullins, .
Other course included remedial who are being transferred U' England -
Every Friday 5 p.m. reading Clem Simmons, instructor with several gills.
/ ; remedial arithmetic, AI Among 'the forty pats l preset
7-DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160 Hadnoft; typing M r I. Bertru were Past Commander and

(Includes SHIP! AS YOUR HOTEL..AND ALL MEAlS) Mr Hayward Robinson Robin i ANYTIME.
son, who was" one of the organic
To Better Serve Our
ers of the flotilla, and the first .

COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED Customers commander, is at. home on vacation I
from rand Bahama Island.
LUXURY STEAMSHIPARIADNE.' JJ'Have Moved to II Sv

724 Orange Ave. Senior From Lengthy Trio Return Trip I I IS A GOOD TIME


FRERE'SMaternity Three of Jupiter' vigorous senior
ciii/en recently returned from
a 10.000-mile" Jaunt across the

JEwrj cable via private Utfaroom tatsJAMAICA Wear United Stale. C. ? TO OWNYOUR
I 724 Orange Ate., Fort PIforr."They're Mrs Harrie Phfpp drove
Mrs. Beatrice Seavey and Mrs.
Edith Veeder across the southern
route to San Diego and home by ,
the northern route, keying Mrs.
Veeder in Tom. River N. J. OWN HOME.SEE
the three traveler spent nine .s- .
week suiting and sight-seeing with"
stops it I Bellmgrath Garden. New
palm: laos I (Qngstonf Orleans and Carlsbad Caverns. r
wit IM day to IWSSAU M root* Their aide tripe included Tucson,
where they taw the Saguars National
Saint Friday (OlIn a ants) 4:45 f.m.
Monument, with 'it* vast
EVERY FRIDAY CRUISE TO variety of cactus; and Yuma. Arizi ..
with" a day in Meskaii. Mulct:

PUERTO RICO ud tti miM ISLANDS) !4 were San Diego their. and home Lang for Beach several OUR LOAN OFFICERS TODAY ABOUT A

I weeks, while they eupkwed place
of interest, and visited family and
I rr rW" A Y.10. kind Canyon
I National Park look them into mow Term Home Loanin
in June. and they enjoyed moun Long
Suing tain driving and view.

Me for 5100.000 andI I The long trip wm Accomplished'"*
I without any more serious trouble
I Only Carry than a clogged g.. filter/ .to the
; car, reported Mr*. Phipps,, who
$10,000) Liability"UfortaMfely. : did the driving.Mr .

ke tuj .keel and Mr. bird Miasma and
fIN... bw wine. art CMuma their children of Miami, ptni ITEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
..... (fay*. AtM....>. KuMJlytaMTMce Tuesday with Mr. Minear mother.
g: carts Very Onto awe Mr. L V Minus kt Palm
... .la really a .....*. atf ,.- Point. Mrs C R. Bennett, also ASSN.DF MARTIN CD.
MM ,ante. II to a oral reMX of Mums M trending neural day
M Int-dast.nden gwfenminf, / pool_iottrtalaamtftoem. spwsrtlRq.Jr at Palm Point DIM week.lev .

.-tn food and urvtet. Na IICC: *IItiDft v.M ps Thomas I L. lltfriagton,
pit nqaind tar 111 ir CaoxfiM ddzm, 2DO ... rn I ",1UNCE Mutnr of the Premhylerwii lurch
kW THE to the Pine will be. away am vacatmt -. AVIiNUE
IINt M FIll took kaeW .hpt 111 this fiMMfb. .... flur.... U.S. 1-SOUTII OF COLORADO
Ion M Mudvmi at Princctnn Thwv
T ..pits TliiTti AiEfii 19r tef.JlttallaerfRASTEIt1 R. JOHNSON logical SemBwry. and will .... .*.. Open Daily 9 tun. to 3 p.m.FridayEvennfsSp.tn.to8p.m.. .
UUHI .In mwthefn New York
STEAMSHIP UNES......;;;. AGENCY .

Msi.l. .... 111II. air f R t tr w_tliaRi fill TODAY! OK CALL Uftt.Mr. Herbert Ashley, s fco '

sw mat...IL a oars I.sea. II. n..sawpti-a.I w aas_1l.al........al. AT MJMnwr June web .her staler Mrtv Janet spent. apit4(1 t14V (IttlI
- raxxAL: IK.'ll. tSC: Bryce, at Penoock: Pam ha* returned ClolI 'fUAI.r, 'LO.'D8'f' l ,
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of Churches
Directory

I Organizations AI Directory FLORIDA

I It: IC HOSE SOUND SOU1HI.RN

...... .. __ .. .... ... NOTtCI. 111T UlAI the CHAPEL (Maatn I C..U.MaTHOOt,
.v. I HU'I. M.I "
Alaaaolfea. .Z.-; *** ........=-7r..::: Ilou.... If" 01 PUId or at'Je'ld. : ktTl.HARl.ICH 8tNN8T.. l..t

...." P tlO ...... J B. Community. CaonkAmalenr : 1 ........ lb.. ... Co.., Guard Au. .. I ,.. .... .ID.. ..... 0'h I,,3,". $und.1 Sar. ..

Radio. Emertmty Cap.U County Cmml..loa. .ld"1 (;tn InRta, lor aulI". p.m.
*-fl.t.r---U.g. Boion h.lraan-'rank A. Wach S '"11... for 15:55 AShH JnaJtayIbV
PEOPLES CONCRKCATIONAL '
Ird Tbojr .. I ; oh..T > on July aith. "'f. will ionuir "
I pm.Aahtwl rd"4th !'u.. 110: .. Cuurihvuo I ; application .*... by All. MAYN4RO A. 1411.14(

: Moocu. Loaf** M 35' c. Board .f Zonuif ....J..,..., ,j Maat, ftocer .or Undeay. P. U Binil. CbS:: n.m, Pant Wonhip
Mr*. Cart 1 ftlto. Chlrnor-Frud )Rho.de* Palm Baaih, Florida. on I"nir DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 72512S5EMBLY t 10:0: n.m rbnrcb. SakoolUlOO
: Nnraaryduring
I =-'tt" 7 to p.m.. roneoi.lnOM 2.4 Thu.:. ? lI I pm. Coirtkoun of Loul 11: Delano for pin; ...Morning nolJl Wonkhk tarvlcotT
,ha*. of Ih. follow-Ill. dniorlbi
\ l a P'ol".n.1' Women. f1nId. > Martin County Mueeum CommU.loaGnalnaiu : land to.Wltl ... ,... Yoatk Vaapar SarflM
O COD Palm CIty
L. Will u.h14 -
Mi Hugh
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*l-...'.t... "..... .nlfhu Men, I Fhit
C Ptanelni. ..4 Ziln CIo.lo.Oh..nJo..ph A parcel of .ubmertod laad In 10 00 ..... Sunday Boh.I ,.. SLY MOJIMAN rKASTBBSunday
I' ***...... Park,Narik. R",., 110.... Orsi.).. th* Indian Klvtr lyfiir oaotorlyof \ :., am. Morning W.rohlp
Property| Owner. A.leU.Id.C. .. and abutting .upland In the :10 p.. Tfcnn., Bible Btudy .Prayer tilO n-m. Holy Communion:
"*-*. M. RohrakauckMeeting. Ird nan.. 1 :It ..... Courthtu.: Hanoon Grant In Towuhlp IH 0:;:00 p m. Sunday. Youth Borvl** Sues a-m. Fnmlly CommnuioB udOiurck

Ind W..n..d.,. .t _.. Sokael. Ps.rdChslo.nH.nry South, {Una;* 41 Past. Town of Till) : .. Cvanmllatt" Banrte* ".houL
a Ilndrad' Bewail I Point Martin County FIRST .TIST-.IOO S Alt... A_... W...k Day.
Coral Oardeni Clvlt. A.. ..tI.. Pod. Mon VIP p.m.. Cvuruot' Phorlda, mar. partttharly dan.crlbud ; REV; FOKRtbT WAlklNtt' Pattor ...,-T ...Holy Communion.
PT..hhl.S-Pdmud. PI.sshit .. follows: -'10 a-m. Holy CfMnmanhw
..un.. I p .... M. C Airteillunl,* Town .f .....11. P.I.,' Sunday T..ci Flrat Tkundny Hanllng twrTW)
f Mayor'..J. Meniuilln from the loterieotlon or t h s.iturhine 1 JO am. WIOO.hlo Service P'rldipS .... SOoty Communkw
I F.IoPId.. A.....10',0., and.. Wed. I ,.... To.. Rail or "Hawaii." Point .... *... Bunday Bcoool
I, "N.I..... Colonel (U. V.. BottouMoot - - Itood and th* north Un. of 11:00 .... Morning Worablp Unity Cnurck. 704 .11'1 Fort PIanos
on till PIuS' Point rJubdlvUlon' M r. 140 p.m.. Training Union \II too ... Cknnb. ",
I : Oarde Club al .....rt POLITICAl. ORGANIZATIONSRonublloaa corded: In Plat Llook I. PUK ,... p.... "'..nln. Wonbh TllO *.... Bnl W"d

P..W.nt.-.M.t John W Hutan Club *f Mart*. County Its: bl 10r.o'4.I of MartInCounty Wedneaday
I Mon I I* pm ...... Clot "Pnuolds.ln-Jamun B. WluwnRepunllon : ; Ihescu run Till. pot "I'..... r..,., lorvlo LUTHERAN CHURC..ST. ANDREW
North' SI' U' 35 Scot .I..n/C/
lihi... ... P.rk Clam AMOCUIUO* W....'* Club el Marti C* the north Ins of naGS limit PALM CITY PATIST-s.hb at MoCerdHU4KY W. rn... Vi,:la 'i : twO
I FnaMtnt.-8 01 .....n.. Pru.ld.ne-.W. Arnold 0...., '.'i' h Point Bubdlvlalon, a dlttanc TATUM. Pa.lorI H. ".TO hkl
lit Mon. 7ilOi I'.m.. Flr.tN.tlon.IB.nk Itb Tue.., I ,."", Flnt National Bank of 19 feet to the wcettrly ihore- ,41 a... Sunday BcboolII c 111'1
I I line of th. Indian River for time tOO ...... Morning Worohlptie Ills, ...,. lIu..... ".oL
M. C.
...,.,. Democrat Executive CommitteeChairman :
/H CK Club : lull _
Point of BearlnnlneT, theno oontlnut p.r*. Training UnionTi4 p..Wo..h" .I
"mlitonl, Ur.d Mmlllitb -Kdw.nl T Murray I17.eCIIPu..Trrnrn.M.rJ. 1 ) to run North I4. 02' 25- ,.... Evonln. Wor.hlp

"08.. I pmI ... It ChIn Knot alone th north a ill ,." Weitnoeday Midweek Prayr It UrHEi METH MISI
.Un. on sillPLt.lGlolJP .o Jtnyh ..
I I ian"an Bencb Cren ... : tract of land .. hooting IMxtlna l Ho' Sound Cv" ,
: tnCtuII" - - .
Truttee of the Internal' Improvement / PutarHA
j Prr.IH.nt-Mm. C.l "" SoJeno. "\ .I !U1 \
FIRST BAPTIST: Port
Sad. W...., I ,..... J. B Wom.. Club.. ORGANIZATION Fund to B ...mer (.. O TAVLOK-PutorI I u n. H. n. ParsOn
Girl.' ., I a* re tIn u Kvnuliig' WorshipiOIV
Ionian Beack Women' A..Mtatlo Friendly loelety i : .rGJ.rUeD.: D ncorlju..ltd. Page :41 ..... Bunday School n.
'Lumls.-Mns. .
....Id.nt-III... Marl. MlIh.rt.tirJ ... Jack WhltlurPrl hr WShit' 4>l, PubIS;I Reoord ar\I. t 11,00, .m. Mnrntng WorshipS .
I I' Mary CburekSt. CMOS CATHOLCI.d. .
Mon. Ita 7117 ClubbiusiJail. ,
County. Florida, a dlttano utW 30 pm UfCTt I... *
1' ., Woman' ClubP..lds.bMni. Jotopb.. Guild feet I.e a point, anSi pultibolng :10 p.m. Fvonlng: Wrblp
1 Cromw.ll Pr.ild.nt. ..... Kdward Kuuolla: the northeaxt torner of Tilt p..- Wdne.day > Prayor Mating Nouno'-oml.yn. tIlt! n.m..1 Pint .
lad Mot, I p.m.,Ouy Wom.n. ClukMnrtln : lit ...... I p m.. School W1; th* aforenald tract recorded. In .. Choir _tile follow _.", .. y... Confa.una naforo .
'd
t*.d Book 5th. Pan Ut; thencerun
St. JoMpb Holy Norn. Society. RIO BAPTIST ST MARY'S
Board "
County Aidukon Sotlity Houtb If 24' 21 Earl a E.ISCOrA1 0
Pad Mon, I pm. Jud>* ClonU1: .111.! Pruttd.nt-k. Roimirln 4 P dlntano of til.09 tool to the. ShY. JACK FFRNANDKX: ....
Tkur*. kofon lid HUB. I *., School bulkhead. line of the Town nfKewall. .... .... Sunday 8eholUlOO tnd .... Juna 1"pl>
M C. Aa.oiiallon fun Manlal Health - Point thence run North, ...m. Morninf Wor.hlp
PiMldrnt-Ea.. OantU Brkroouar BOVS SCOUTS OP AMERICA 45. Ib' II" Katt nlnnw a ald 1,ISO p.m. 1'r.lnln. Union EPISCOPAL CHURCH 01 THE BLESSES
lid Ihiir... noon The *..fII STUART bulkhead' a dlftam 1 nf nigh p.m. Pv.nlng Worship SACRAMENT-34. St. ,.....

C Cknpter, Amerle.a Cantor tatkrtyChairman Troop 40O- .....'.,....,. Hubert ,.... tItle; ..IInilr.:! ,, run North tiCs ,." Wodna. Prnyer Meeting REV W. THOMAS LOULKS
-Mallory JohnionMartin Wed., 7 10 pm. Amerlrnn Leiion Hall hen 210 Weal, a dlmanie if TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy.70 *:8 am Chunh i.hol
Ship 40S-Advllor. K.rl Delp ,. lt: 4.14 ; 171.If reel. : th nosnn HouthII LKWU STANILL. ,.... ,. p... Holy acknrwl.
Memorial Hoapltal AullllarT .... f ,..,., Metk' Churrk Alhnnylt.Set.dron 01' 21" Wett. .a dl.tani of emIl tlundey School)
*.m
,. Inlaidt
_"" Curt Ott 444-Advlaor M KlrkhartThar 2(1278( feet t* ills afore.HId ... worshIp CHRIST MIMORI.I
LI tie Morning
tit Mon. rirat National! Bank ,., t p.m., Meth Chunk. Albany: It. W.. erlr..bu..Un.* of tho. Indian 1141 *..... Training Union Winter .a J. to ,r
.
Cub Pick Cubma.tr. P D ........ ; ; niranderlnirtald .,.
", .,, Cnrden Club: 410- tlioreftne situ. p Ev.nlng Wonhip CHURCH OF GOr -IndlaatowBBfcV. .
.. -Ray N. rkIlii 4th U..,.. 7iHO, ..m., Ckthollt' "aVhool" run Boiilh il1ioh' IstlOpnu Wad.. Midwoek' PrayorOUNKLIN
.t. Ronn "* t:..., n dl.lnnre. of SI*.14 IE1' MOBS
| ...., 1:10: pm. M 0. Air. Via. Cub Pack 430-Cubma.ter. F 0 JV
Lttt Mon. I ,Ito p..... Youlk" Cental feet to the Point of Beglnnlg.CuntilIn MEM L aAPnST-I.tII'.I. lime .m. Sunday School
Martin County Retarded CbUdron'* ..... % Z.fl acre, mor. or nt.v itu Lorr lies -. Morning WonntpTtIO
Pamld..t-hi JENSEN BEACH I..... lemon. a.m. Sunday School pm r.vnlng Worship
IrdTkuri., I O.'h.: ... Rm. l.t Nat/ Troop 401-(trouUin.ler. J. O. Lookadoi lk:1: UlOO. a.m. Morning Wor.hlp Ills : Wad Young PeopkrtEadve .
Wed. 7 ID* p.m., Community Hill and will eontlder objoollonn thnro'to. ella, ...... Training Union
,Notional Secretarial A.tMltl Cub Pack 401-<:ubm.....' H. 0,lln. Objection, to proponed oule| I ,10 p.m. Worship .*..I..
'.*.I ...--..'.. ....... Ann Llad... lib W.d. 0 ,. .. tall of nell land: ,I Iht.* aubmltted to Tub p... W..... Mldwaak .."...* CHURCH OF THE GOOD
.tk Mon. M. C. Public Library Cub Pack"402 Cukmaanur; !! O. ghlpat Jr.lib the Chief bnitlneer: Truntee* or the JupltarRKV IHUH
Wed, 1...JO p.m. Lotion Hall Internal Jmpmvement Fund Elliot I IT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E .t lOtk St. : ELMER L.
Paint City Garde Club "" .. Bulldlnf. Tallnhoaoeei. Florid. : ; prior: REV. JAN JANUSZkWSKI: Adm. liin. a. Holy ALL
Pro.ld.nt-Ml.t ......1 Plnnoytnd TERVICB O.UH to the date flInt above mentioned Week daytl, Moon thru trt lull. 10:00, a..,.. Porlak. o.aalo: Barmen
Tkun III, a... Cl: .l. C:.*ty 1& The Trunteet vu.rv. the right Indecline baturday 7l,'0. .
(I..h.. Club *l turt. Confe..lon.l ..turd.,* and Tknrednya and Bunday lIah"
*..... City Clots. Or... .."".. .'........_Aaron Ha.... of eald Ire: The.tale nile! ,of If any end or hn all l before fI..' Friday of nth, 4 ill t* JENSEN. BEACH COMMUNITY

.... _Andy 011 CentoPolnclnna fullnlrkl. Wad. It noon, Tcwnhout Beitaunol. mad ahall b* anhjert to the True, Puss and TllO to SuPS ,... Skyline Drive, J.n... BooehBKV
led Tue., /
1..I.n.... KlwanU. Club Wn t.. retervlnir UntO themtelvo IT. CHRISTOPHER CATHOLIC. NEWTON M.
Cardan Cl.l A...,;.lt|** Pra.ldent.- ._ Rlnn fir or tha photphat mineral Hob Bound .,10 ..m. Sunday TWJJDI

rVald.it-Kt.. J. W. Mono W.. .. ltI Ill Dma Somlnol. au. >* : metal' and 5O* of the 'r';' :.n"l Moon at I Oil! .... Panda. Pine and II a.m. Morning Worahlp
Itt Men. I ..... II.... thereon. or thereunder I tile p.m. Youth .. .
..... Dumb. ... Club FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIENTLST ItIO
0 I. required to pay for or CommIt p. Won..d.,. Yotlh Choir
,.. .
Part 1aI_. CI A.OMUU '.n.ld nt.-Jama. Dn V documentary tax .lamp. for the -724 Eaet Ocean BoulevardIttO T0 pm. ,.. hnl. Choir
'rwldant-Waltar. 8...... I....'. W...., I ill ,...., ..,.'...* Instrument of conveyance. e-m, Sunday school till: p..,. Thuraday, Midweek ServHM
Itt Thun, I pm, Clots Cwnt? j UlOO. Morning WorablpItOOrm '
ofth .in.
th Trueleet
: BT OHl>8R of *
Ird Tkurt I p.m. lopper Po.lnln. 0.0. JuplUr-Hok Sound 1tI_... Club Wad i Testimonial: : Meeting. JEHOVAH WIESE.rt Rood
Civil Dor.... Pn.ldenl-Hubert' Harp Ft'CllARIS GRANDKIORA, better )known BI the Star of Bcthehem or Amazon lily, makes a delight the* Internal Btat! of improvement Flarldi Kund of Reading Boom 181 Fuutlar A... HonraiMon. ..nd.p1 p. Bt"

fart Salerno...., Pod Ta..uay. 740 ,." I Mon, 1 p.m, Jupiter LIU Mirla ful addition' to Martin County garden Generally recommended for use as a pot plant, it can be grown : >'.\RKIK. liHYUsT;- O vornorATTJHTI .. through' )"rI.. 1:10 ......11'10' Tkart-tny' -TilO TIO pm, Mlnl.try Blbl Plod Bchooli till

Itl. Clvlt Clubgs.ldnt.Jonb Rotary Pru.Id..t-'DH Club al B.Stuart 8tntoa Malay quite successfully In the open ground Fragrant white blossoms contrast dramatically with the deep W. :H. KIDD Chief En.In..rTru. p.m.CHURCH OF CHRIST_ae Paua .....Bid Service ....'I.. -

,, Clubhou.sa RkomarItt Wad. Ililt ,..... Sunrlt' Inn green color of the foliage. The star-shaped floweri are about three inches wide and appear in clusters ..... I. I. 'un" ttttUCU COBHr.LL, MlnlaunBunday REDEEMER LU&ItAN-Bid.
hanS. Pub.: lu.. S3, July" I. 5, II. 1H<4II ttKV
a Ituart Wonun't Club' Stuart Klwul Club. of three to four atop a item which may be as much as two feet high. Isles ..,. Bible Shod 0:1..... Sunday School silOs Study
I Pre..-Mr.. Oorntllut: ::: P. ....-- Pnaldant r. H. Baud..*!* HlptoiTbur. TUB COV1TT' Jl f.IoI:: ot'HTti 11:00 .-.... Warahlp and ConMMoloa) 10 .... WorshIp Bervle
... Houwlluart
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t j ' HI........ S....... Dane CJukPre.ldont INTT1JlrLOR.I04 WedneedayTllO Jupiter LUH
I Oarda. Oreapphahmen -Ollbart Bouaa : > ,.. Mid we.. BIb. .) Study tilT)) JOHNSON. Pattof

!.1 K .lit .w.44-tillm.Mr, .*. Rpbort.. komatCHAMBUS I. loator: : Tbun I .... Youth CeaUT Fullest Use of Ground Covers ESTATE: !" Of IL SCVti! *.. 1LJLUAV j THE CHURCH OF OOD-Fbiglay .lion:: ...... Cliuroh Pu...,'.SchoolS tlaa.
RKV IJILUM
f... .. MoALPIJ OKU, *.... Morning Worship
,Ii .; 0;COMMERCI .1..... L... ClubVru.Idooh.hll.wurth RPLITIIh5TO : 10 '00 ... .
: BcknurkuMklod4tk .. AM.:.f.E't T ) AVI) ATT.rERSOtJS 11 too *... Mornlig, Worship FIRST MnHODI"-11 Color*.*
f. prtVldiV Wllllim. MyanIrd Wd. 7pm.. ..... Maua.Ituart IIAV1MI CLAIMS OKl THO. p rn. Evening Wonhip, RtV ..

''t Taaa.. i p.... Commu.lly CVrahwmio Srtlmltt' ClubProald.nthdn. Is Good Gardener TATE>h.MAJSL: >B AGAINST BA1U &HYuu Tllupm, ... lu.Thur.. Prayer Y. .P.B. MeetingTUMI oervle 11 1:41:tOO *a....Church Morning Bebeol Warahlp 1 1a

Baaak. An Wolf Hallmark of and; pach of you. am hereby THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTIC.tl.n.1 1/0 tm. Morning Warship
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Itt-lrd Tkun.. aoon. IMItuart
t.,. ,,.. ..,._Prank Pnhr notified and required to pretontnor Palm City) pm Youth Y.I".hl
;: led MOB, ....."' ... I 1toort /.m JupuosiPru.ld.onDl.b I claim or demand ""hl'h you.. or 0:16 am Punriay School (One Wor.hlp :
'lm.. FryerTuet either of YoU. may hi.** afnlntt th* lltlio. am. MornlniWonhip July and Au.o.e, Buadu tkaol. *'rTIINITY

V ........na-.. C. Btl.kmtn : I ISO pm, Ptok Pay By IlfRVEY: MlAKrK:, | very dark nooks of the garden. I When tho plants( have developed bttat of let LILLIAN. H. SCULL I"- 10:00: *.m. to I p.m. Wime.day. Wom MITHOOfT- .
| Ib m, I P.... rirtka*** Other include a si/eublc root transplant cea.ad, 0 f Atlantic County, ..'. Kelluw.hlp .
ground covers: : system alv.
.. tlIL OINIAL
VETERANS ORUANIZATIONPAmmi.m. Editor ""..Agrlcullurul j jJ : J.r*"y. with fUln* .f o {
p.s.,, LoI... J..... ...*. ptptromla short !Unlper, Confed them to the bed! where they I r1. To th* Count,:* J"d., Court Irdll.MHKH: AU' : II too .1.. .
". **'..._M. L (I..nrl) Nl/ o. t.'um..acd..o-.Euoon.[ .. Grimm' \slen..))4Mi Servke wandering will the buld of earth. ot .Martin) ("."nt, In I h. CourtHouw __ e1'rU:1K1T Worship nVrvIe
.ra. I *... Sal. erate-jasmine trailing fig : cover: up spot *t tu.rt. Florida, witllocIt tIll p.. E.ela' Wo..b" saC
In4'4tb Man. I pm, Ugioa alndy noonhl. h, from the dot* OF l\1rT: TO AMKMI 'r" lud...
wedelia. lantana *
c Covering a bald spot of ground Jew, trailing H, OK ITS
_.tall Marckant. DM.1 A......... Lo.... Stuart of the flrnt pobllmtlnn of thlt n"- r.fHI" ,
..... Heart disease has become Germany OIOLA InUT
h.I.l'bll4'; '. .bI' Lomm.ndw..-< h.rlrt' Elliot around (Iho home I. as perplexing", and winter creeper. tic*. SAID IT.AIM on I' JMAN""' 4>nllAttr, t'LtIUU' D. H. NITHOD.1. .

; .u. Tb,...' Insist Ch.mlrn:'PuI3dla._ Ind ..< .tk Fri. I P.m, .Uglom Sill> a i, selecting the right toupee-Us Preparing the soil for planting 's major killer.IttiL r.l1'IIT BK PC .1" nwimsF1LKI 'IV AND Noriri: IH nrRfcnv IHVBV BY aE. ..... Band.* Kahvol

CONSERVATIONAndukoa ........* togloa, Udlanlawo hard (II>>> make either look nuturul ground covers is important because --' : : AiuTii, 'mtMusj'r : > IV: ntPLU'ATKWATHK W BTILLA IMr) CITY. HTUAItT I IIMMIKHIIIN HXRIINA' t>K TUB, OK IlwO Woman,..Ml naming..k>nnry' WorshIp Sotlaty Boot Past

...hitvP..rtltPu..t CommtndarJim' Vtlby4th Growing greenery in full shade it is nearly impossible to -.. Amlllary AUmlnl .tj'l rof \ 'rh:I 101 TO. AWh.Nl> Mll'l- of aaah month I ma (.
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pnv \'js' a
: .* Moon. P.. 111 land takes and IM HIM ,'ol'\o'r.': JI IXiK-S tnt HT lbs EM.te of Lllll.u ( Art ASIICP1)HI> Ta. .
PiE. "0", f p..*.. Pint Nation! lawktu A........ L.H>* Anttlnry Jonno* ..... or In white. patanee: cultivate the soil ,later. lip.. MtlltluLMl: kr.ITUr Hcull X>r,'nad I ;I'J'I'IM.M.cirrw znNisii Tt4l ,." Banlao
VHnlto Loagu. ... hard work Also the use of ground .. Addr.*.: ICED I. 'This< 15?. .
a Pnnld.nt Mn. Kmm. Itnd,. First., spade the soil to a depthof rllMIIIIV .. llltlUXASCKMlrHElN, TIIBIIHlUNAFTEIt l't at ttowaraa (.
FnaldoM .tAnrnja; Klndnd l.d-4U, Man, I ,.... covers m the molt unexpected IV hlEtuAlul.'sHill 'ucnr t.:1: 1' !) S.w J.,. : L BSOHIBKII 'i 'montn) .
... Courthaaaa eight inches mixing in a 4'ITJ IN
tnt frt. S hrftlATK OP 'Bl. LASU r 11 TO BM
I'VHI OF
A....... Ufloa. Aanniary.. SlumS ilaccs olteri it Die mark of a good Ille-I I Attorney for Aeclllary. Cl MAMHNOW IUI MSTHOOISr..pt.
able of WILI.IAM'LAIIK IlKZOSlll .
Junior CanarvIUo Club '_ _-Mn. "h....* Brown quantity organic AdmlnUtrctorII TI8 ... AMI & KNIGHT JR.
Taoo* TIO: p.m.. Stuart Tntk OoMrStuart lna-4ta Jin. I *..,. lotto. ..*HMarrl [urctcncr. the soil Is sandy. Next level the Hllh.1! AKU, lievonaod. I Pall 0..n BvllP PAH'HBisn''bb OK: ..10 *... WorshIp. Sarrla.

..ufl... Club County a......... W.W.I ValoraMUommandarvPhlllp Ground coven tea low-grow- area with a rake and remove the i \IITII'R. TO I'Hr:DITOH-4 .,O.,'.liot 11(4. Bluart,{I InrMaPiib 1'HF) Hh: IHo: I.ANI WlU.1 I bill OtlO: .pm...Sunday fciiwortk, School Loano
...101.._". B. ......1., A. Kin* other thaa lawn All Hie, ,., "i.llIul' of tho fc::.t.tt July I. I. H. IcedIS MOHL PAHTH-ll.AHIT lE8CltlUhD hIS .
P.., V..d.. lam.. lanantl nua4lno lavlrd FrU, t. B. Ou.mn.iirCs.l. I log plants, graves roots and trash. Before planting, of Wllllitin" Clik, siuoeliard| do.rchard AM : p.. anIoovlas.
M W id. !P !.. dliwiion. Ut WaO. Bk.riREMEN ... that will cover Lbs ground I moisten the soil. >r.. hmvh. nollflod and r.. TMW KHHT r'H: ; 'ULWI PIll ..... W.
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: MantIs County Barman AunllmrFPn.ld.nt ? 4"I WUX'K I, tWt l.ol llrodooiu7
ti file claim d. LOTS II AND It .
- - - and forn utirictive : oulnd > HIIV or 1.4
-Mn. Ruth N. lull a compact Like grastes, ground Covers need lnluilo, ,, whll'h (h.p' .nap havq ..geliiIoald tOt'-IT'V.. KlUHIUi. II IHO.tTH I'. Htrr-14 UrTlr TifXIK i itl'UII1110N V,Ill ad
P OROANIZATIONItn a. -.... IX. I p.m. Old C... Chan cover. I fertilizer The faster growing plants -.tmCiiiintt ,. In lhr.. Offino or thu B AH 8IIOViS I / p..Prnyor hOning
tn Ba.k. ,...... Avalllarf Jurtiti til Martin cnunty, IN ItE.lAtX) I IM PI.A FIRST METHODIST. _
t...Ilent-, ...,.. Marl froflM Yol_'. Cauntll ol M.... Cuta.lpChalrmitJohi Ixtw-growlng plants accentuate: need a nearly endless: amount JrI"4." lu tho ruurthutu* at Stuart TIlE .I04ThTh or i HIHIK *IH't''.. PALM ilAClSIJIf'1 Rlt.V. OKORGK II. _
..0..... I W. Kollor I While the slow take .. IlLMWIbi >$, PCI. ... .O.I..JC&
nm.MM ,. .... .Lgk. Homo curves and lines of flower beds growing plants MuiliU, a II hln,, iU* Ilk ..I..n.lrniunlli. fJAk .O.1ANonufh3 ( l FUmiOA. Lhu.doy I.ho
Ird No I Btunrt > _I. ry
.. ,. r'ii.... 'Hi' cl.,lr of th flratptihlkallin lImeS I'rolo5 .
Boock. Valuator Fir .. little This *
and walks. Ground covers art meartb one application :
: VFW. soo.rtCouuei.ds.Joba very) n'( I h... Notlrn Each. \ .1'U I lt :uc'rOHIi IC HfcRFBT XllVfcV to : tfF
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I Vuaa.. I FtnkauMfart excellent in preventing erosion I : of a 47.3 fertilizer per year <'lutm, ..r drmund" mutt, ba In writ- All creditor ef"iho o.lalo of all Intervated. that the City Ill ,.:hranlnc Wonka

....... rbvatan1 AaJiOUry i.d-4lk Ooldo M hornet 41.0. BtlUIn and maintenance on for gopher apple to almost monthly Inn. ,mil IIIIIKI I Mill' tho PIHCO ufn Ron.I. liar Harne,, d.c ....d. .re rlm"l.oIUI- the city nf Htiiart, T::00 p.m.. Thandny.,. J..n.. Cboly
Pnoalduntst.nii Tkun. reducing ..hlrii..r ami' l I 1'.1, Office addmaof hereby notified. and required lu file 'I.rl" ".. .d a Henolutlon T:44 Th.... Banloy Choir
Ird. Than, I ml ...... PtovkMt. VJW .I.dl.al.w.Cmrnuml.pJo.oph. banks. slopes' and sand dunes applications for ground covers tin' tlnlnmiii, '. nnd ...n.' b* awvrn an* Malm or demand a hl< h theyOla whlih In atibatance provldea that .PRESBYTER.
In .hv tin' .rlHhnnni, IOta nnrnnt. or nt- have n. .aid **tt* In I the .n amrd.ncnl, 10 OrlI nate. N o. 11151 ANN Rl*. Sha. .
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Part SnUrM Valuntaar' Fir* oyvkmnatpnaldant W, Pnato where It "i Js almost impossiblo to such as wandering jew. orrlc of arh' ;' : of
; t,inn y. "I'i M will bviulu. void *c- Ill m* amended being the fnnlnaOrdlnehie : : :
.... Foot Horn* 'Iorlr.: .uf.ln
akrt Jakniap.Unlrd Ut-lrd Sill: p.m. Where seed to nit
I' grow lawn grassci.! possible use propagate luidltur to low Martin uullty I of tim. Cltv of Htuiri, 5z. ..Ar'I':1I: :
TOM.. Mrohoai. .. .. VF.W. A..U..... Stuart of bint- ground cover plants. lilt Iatil llil -I) d.> or Juii. .\. >. calendar month from the dale. of Flirldn will h* mailed .. that the 10 00 ..
- There plants
notion.Each
uro scorei thin'
OCANIZAYION. e.n.. ........... Jo.." Bmltblaklrd I'"" the flrtl publlettlon of It arab dom'rlbrd 01 .
PRATtRNAL P .
JUael Ckaptar. Order .1 DMty Wad. Qnldon Claw BaUdlnl ahlll lor ground covers. Here area make the Job easier.: ANN TOUNO IIHICPAIUJ.i oUlm or .deniaurt niuat be In Innd ''r re- oned C.r.hI.: : ,. .Young faoplaa rlwwtklRUBYTEIItAN .
and n l.VKUHI' of the' F.tnto WillIng and muat .t.l* his p.l.c.l now toned parcel _
eo..II".u..I. scnu-woixly : COMMUNITY
Woody
)t... liunsnsut.tub "" "" recommended by Universiy species : I-I. .
"MISCELLANEOUICUB few i VMIIIaui: Omrk Hhvpard, .f ,..''d.ac. and iMMt-orrivo ad'lrraaof if whlih. .... Hub. $aa.sd
Mao. I lit ..m.. Matoaw T.mpl.l of honda ornumcnial horticulurlM of ground cover plants are usually I. th* altlmant and must b* tworn tby C.I I" morn particularly. de.crlbud PRA1ILI

Aoaal ...... .....,* \ Air '.IN! propagated by cuttings.! Summer nilOllVkltH"! a) fX.UIITr.KHUV. tho tililmant/ hi. sunlit. or hiattorner. a* folluwa lilt .:Sunday
Woraklpful ....... -.Ckri.tlaa lalk: rommandarl.hnit.n.nt. J. F. It road <(. Is By T T oiiKhlrrton,, or It will beioni. Void 11:00 WarshIp N.t
...-.... Tkun I ,.., Maooal '.tattfe Motto Timdayt. TslO p... The caminon periwinkle: will a good time to start the project. .\1".IMIV. a r"r n:...iulrlKPtih *.,rordlna> to law I.nlN II mid Hlock: I. P.W.C.Itoff' 4 lit ..YaoU .llh"
bach plant seems to have a favorite I' 0 1'",,t.r SIsflll. !' .I"I MiibdlvlelmMa ; TdO w..... Ofcafro.-
Ana* Millar I Or' *!*. k* CammllhM tot ISO grow in lull .Undo or In sunlight|| l'I..iili /!tJ1IARS"M ("Tt'ARTExeeutrl oh".1 recorded In At.l.

Puutd.nt-Mr.. Dorothy HardyInd Ch.lrm.nton Comk.KiMullv met I is rated' excellent tOt bonks rooting medium but If you Juiv, ". .It, 1$. l I..4. of th* I.aot \\ill I Shun Book .. 1-ane 15. aim ISO SI?. UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
Ifcurt. .. I ,..... fclkt Led* : P.m. .. ,
Dlroclor-|l... Pkllhrhk' cant discover! the best medium -- ...*- and Teatament of KumluTIn. l.cl iNmnly '10,101. 1'1. Commonlty Co.ttt

.... Slma PU .orrlly 117 W. u...* hIndu. AT T-4MI and! for txlging along flower beds. try a mixture", of half peat mo* MintH .>K HllrHIr: C ptlM IImi. Barn., d......... ... the S .. Fore Ba.. hanoi:
Ordlnanc cling'
that IUnnT 1>YIKy : 5PludetIPENTECOSTAL
marigold a succulent F. : ;k
is nr WMI-TH Rll
Fig
&...11** lot Ck.plorProeloent. Lady Collar* Au..olatlouPro.IboolMrs. I and half white ant!. 4 Ill :,H'.J I ir, 441 SC Or LOHIUt, ..ttar". for Ex.",,'''. Eonlnl trdl.n. will be adopted ..11, I .,.......
-Mr.*.. II. J. Abbott. 11111 HartMllaaa. will grow on Mnd and bench areas P'hral 3, peeo. July, l 1144, at nrcgohsr StBLl.
three JtMKk K HASVIIJ. IMnhltlff.
Make the four
.... Tkun I ,.... kM cuttings to : tI".U.lli": INC nooSIng of the lily Commlulon .. .
to.- .... Ill* *... M. 0, Golf Ctrr.chub near suit water. i Pub.: 1 CURTIS SSIICNPL Pants,
Inches long After have of Mi. City of Hluart Florida 10.11 ..
cuttings Iaadup
SChool
XI Gamma PU C .... rated! .
The two lilyturf plants are
Lrnly Art ClubPnaMoat IllIwAttlI A IV TIIK 01.'VTY ,II 11415'S CIII liT unlen *t that time objection lot p.m. Sunday ETonraHatl
tr..td.nt-Mrt.. Jon finnylit'lrd been Inverted in the medium.! "*- |II tiVMkJUi > Boubnl
1'11...... I ..., ho.s.pamphIs -Mr*. L. Atkky' Arkagaa (op 'B<. grcHind. covers They resist I .lOYl-B HIIIIX ) n S'sI' ) roil. M\RTU COtS: SI .re .: reaunn I. nhowna TdO .... 11'..Uihlo BtndTCCTHSEMANE
and firm the medium about! the to thould
.rd. Frt. Hill ,.... born.* hen and drought and arc icy T>of...dou.t. > P1,011101 I'\ ido
.. .l tko Amorle yUwuiu. ** not "d. CHURCH OP CHRIST
I base of the Constant rant Hy > lila of Writ of lCaovullosIll 5'4' rItOaATS .0.. Isle.
.. .......... cuttings. OR
CHRISTIAN
....nt-Mr*. M.rlorl MemlatIrd dartht e. rut useful! for edging Creeping liriope. nn. .hnn. T........ .horns.M.ths. Pn.ll.*.-..J. W. It,.... imaller ol the two, grows best 1 is bent t but if you are not able to nut. oo'IPt In ..t null 01 .-...... K.N : OFPIIANK tlmri.' In Ih* Hluart New*. tbOM thumb Bats ---*
,..* ... ...I..reI BldgMnrtln .. { Dal.d It day of June, 1SI4"A. il"-M,, ._
.' D.M.Iuv Club II.t Mao. rig up the jet nozzles, then water I I 54. Cli. ItACI'CU. I*. ".
Mondograts" TrI .
: in partial to full shade ,:i; J. ..lb't.d.I: itl..l.40t. : /a'a PRANK IU\'II.: / t'Al.lJlC I .
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Pt..td.ob-Nru. .Mk.on Wrivht County Gull and Country: ChIlI the twice Clerk Auditor .,.
and JJO
a day. City Wonhlo
cutting ."u. itureke
Meeonl. T..," -it belongs to the lily fam. i N'ituber. lt5, tb'* llvreaaadAOTKN ,
aib sum.. III .m. ._Ed Hllkao on vhl:h ..ll rtcc lion W" *dr.Jt ::: TO Ladle' AuaUlary .t.* .lodU. BJvt Ird. Too.0 I its ,... Clu......... ily-will grow in full !shade. _Mitl.. 'A .>>tH-T" .* 1TMilllrl ". re ,. All .erodltor of th sushnIon f Pub .July 1. I. I
I.uammu.iU Marti County Firm Buna Doth the iiI} lurf plants are -* -- -- -. ." .ihtk,d.i.1 I :r..vt.I. fXllou'il FRANK W. RAtm.ni.ka: FKANKRAIIH.H. ; -- -
I Ckmf Matrionk' niedyt Knimuth THi1 TI.IIIuOrt'TI.R rlHhl till.. and Inter*** of tho. saId da.ed. ar* hereby no. M TalK tInIeSt ChitS' OK Til** 1963. touted
Tuw. P.m, tour Hall "_ .. _Alhart Kraagaylad wrdy stato-wide. 1hey cannot : rltlllKll > IMP HiwiiHl. .II. dHNklll. and Joyo HIHi tlflwf and r.aulrad to fll* anylalam M\1H dl tIll I U. 4IH4IIT HItMI S I U.slpr
Tkur*. Bamlnal In* sunu trumping.Partridgiberry. Nolir la hereby vltvn. that thonnd bIn 'in n.i t,.r I "* dna.mIS. or domand which they may PlIH wtHTm tOl TYi 1.0.0. cent
t Independent" Ordor *l Odd fcuow* .inl.nd under the nrovtalnei ; tJor pr
Motile. ....-....... c........ Martin County Amateur Radio Club or Mitchella: re- or Chujiter lon.j ..... or florid. ,,.1 i..i.. ..rty, ilartlnTh hava. at-aJnit 'call .Judir*tat* In of th Sharli Of.II. ,. .rlTI It5' PIOHIIIS. <. year.
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I 1.ii' 'i! 1'1. id*. to wit or tb* ll Sl'I.'NS ) InsISt
oerotaryJohn 1>. Oray Pnaldont .BIII BrltU. Ada ol III!, will with thafterk 1o'4u.tr";: !
!, dews: well in moist acid 110I1.It' : re.leler County the .Oourthou BEATIUCS Pt.EIOWARD .
iat-lrd T.e*, p.m.. IOOP Btfltndlu Third, Thun. I p.m. AT ,...U pen low for of the Irrult Court' l In and ,' ",", ... ..r W' K. Cl'm'.u at tuart. FlorId" ... within nIt (It>

\ It.... E* nmpmant II Martin. County Hutortaal .......' an excellent cover for: Martin I;:minty. Elrldi.: uponreeo'Il'l fun; ", .- .'..0\1..... lit ...,,,...1 .alandar month. ,from 1.. ".t. oftha n. Fll.tt HELP
P..rIaroh-.I..u..d WI. )...* of iit1t'1.E, publication *TMIH .I.'' k I 1 t lapu ansi Irs. fIrst publication, ot thIn nollce.Ears I ,
Chief ... ..... -- :::: : ., ; 8tTIL SOPWMAUCIUS
nd-4tb ''unS, I ...- lOOP Ball PnaUlonk Rolaad .11 nulk*. th (lilltlou 1101fl. tolAH.oin ,, cue tort of thes llm, or demand tn"t bo In
tat -. Pill .,... Pint Kattonal Bk. : :,,,,' ii, '''to rLrby wrltlnand muat *t.to the plat 1'1'1 It.4oodana.SIvrl4'Pt .
JOMOOI Bock. fqiwr Club oad Mauls Multiple. LIe.... ....,... Ih* funvus ThoAr&find Mantis wriA r>KiujvoKVTRIII or nordenr and poll rnc. .dl,... Ote *l IT
Proaldant'.-4>*orn T.ltl the St Lawrence River between 'KINK:* I.001 ,. .. ,... glans 1)1st euhcl of the" claimant and niuat k* a wornto : F.dward. M-aley l-vp
.... ... I lIec..t.rp'ar1 R. Tarnornd4th in undor. abl'l ... I" "".1. t
T'". W. I wIlt .n. ." tu h* Illh day or JUIT'. by th. Ulmant. hi. att.nt, *rhi it* Hoeemor !
{ .. ...-Mr'. A.... rorabr 'Toot. I .... New York and Canada! are actually ,000. hating my print'tpal pla**.) orbualnvia IouI :': ,: the. hour at 11.04A altormy.* *r It Will boin voidacourdmnu Lo* Ann-elea, CaliforniaTMI

ind- th Fit. I P.m. J. .. Oaat, CkortkOtfltt Palm City Homo DamonalraHoo CMPntldant I.(70 inlands 'I hey stretch : :"I Htunrt Martin Coualy, 51 ."., '"i P.". at 11:10: AMI to law ore Kei-eby aotle that ,
Muaa. ktvlUd Kla.. hit Iha party IntaroaUd f* Oft ''h. .t.t I ty at tile front door UIt.AkK? StAt's..If ... a Oemplalnt, t'I' hun boonIlIad
M lUterkaedrZ. -Mn. Kllankotk: Pntton for fill) nules in the Alexandria' .*ld bualnaaa, I. H I. Arnold r fDluart i I ,' 'Couniy O*' rt HOUM, kidS? NATIONAL. BASK ...1".' ,. In: above * A '
lit .-' Sits *-*,... at OaoaatPomcUM Ray *r.a. h'l.onlda ant that :lbr *rno i" all,;, ,: .1: 'U:;I itaht till :and Interud OF HTTJART "ugciu. PlaintiffRHATRI4E ,.
a..5i Konnal Club olk.r pena.ei Intaraatod. In nnraktwlnoa .01 .1 Howard. rX Oa.klll (Co-Adwlntetrltor. A.. .fIh n IHl tho toneralnaiar
... ... Harold RtnuM : *. nno1 J" II.a'' In and t. Ih. .bov* a.tat ., Frank WKauMh. of which I* I obuln a divorce Sluart Rotary
........ Moa. I p.... .bCl Ird Wad.. .. p... I), I. ARNOLD d... "i" .t ." ",l-erty at Public AucI a'k/a Frank You .qal.to III* yourAuos.ar Cu
a..... Call AT ".. for mooing .... 1Mb.. lf\ ,. 1*. II W Peel Ii t 5' I, Kauocn., doco.rdcsAlt' or ... ,. to nail IlilS

iruutI..tMrL Harold turkey Part ...... Homo .-...... *aaPvMldont moZiey Sttyii ... .:::::" 'l.l-W. :: :: ::01' iiiu 1 CAlMlY A CHART .mplalnt an :Vefor* .t th* 1415 .C. Sao"< MOMTrwle
llOIKTSSNTI o.
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Wd k Np: r CraryAttamtv day of Jury .
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IWAlor Coa.uilorlt..rd. Btaap Sodrty t* Ib* Honorable SumS CWy JrNMMty *. th. lIendooo14 MM, NIT rJp of proof o I publhualh.u or I 1:1 AND .'OERE Blrt.r .

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