The Stuart news
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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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News on Folks From The -

RamblingReporter I a I Road Road Condemnation Suit

GOODYEAR DICK SEVER MANAGER NOW IS Given PushSouthward Order at Seminole ShoresI


Dick Sever, former credit manager -
at the Stuart Goodyear Service ... I! Appraisial of $42,000 for
Store, baa been promoted to '
store Bill Gilpatrick bal Contract for a "I> i-mite extension i I
been appointed M the new credit -' of AIA I Ocean Boulevard I't.t. Around Six Acres of Isle
manager. Vince Bruno, former i: south from Fort Pierce on Hutch.
has been a o, inset Island has been awarded 10 I
More promoted
manager Condemnation. proceedings: to obtain a, road right-of-way through
to a larger Goodyear More al H. e n dry Construction Company ; .
s for $563,000.) I properly owned! by Tuschay, Inc. and! Middlesex Corporation foundation
manager. r according on the south end of Hulchlnson Island were ordered by the Mar-
1 t Work will begin shortly, I
to the State Road Departmentand tin County Commission Tuesday'
1 established James Rind who Is
bids on a second section of I The foundations! by at Freeport
around vii miles will be called for I ---- Grand Bahama, developed Seminole -

Mrs. Virginia Forrest t. I Idly I i I in September. Shores, including an ocean
glancing through an ItalianAmerican i Completion of the first phase I Museums Head fishing pier, club restaurant and
edition of Corriere del Mare" in the ten-mile !stretch linking For cabanas and. a large marine yacht I
aboard the liner Lonardo da Vinci A Pierce with the completed portion" Schmidt basin The development ha Its I
while cruising in the Mediterranean in Martin County-and thus with ResignsFor own private water n'orndl extensive \
found that its a small Stuart and Jensen! Beach via the roadways.. Part h e E
world. The publication carried a bridges i --is expected by June of New Post corporationholdings: are undo
two-column picture and text about 19M veloped.

the Elliott Museum at Stuart and r TheI h"II! stretch should N I The commission Instructed I I f
another t ho wing l a youngster S finished by lute next summer I Stephen Schmidt director: of County Attorney Dean Tooker to >
proudly standing beside a oil I 1 here is H50.KK( In the SRO Martin County museums, resigned Investigate' the right-of-way situation \
jewfish caught in the Indian River budget for the 10'i' miles, and! I| liiesduy night at a meeting of then take all necessary step '
"Those pictures. in the 'Ocean St. I.ucie County it contributing rmSKIVN in !StuartIs I I Martin otmty MUlI'ul1IIOIIN.. lo acquire right-of-way through
Daily News', she commented $3000X() ) In secondary funds, for Ur, John,' f Powers, twenty (I I' Ha/ will become director of the Seminole Shore so thai the county
"were like greeting two old friends ., a total of $1,350.000.( nine a native of f Clcwiston, now new Science Museum and Pkualerium can have access to St tuck In
front home." the second stretch will Include\! associated;;I I with i Ur John M.tiunsolus I of Palm Biach! County' at let. A channel to the Inlet I la to
<, bridge construction on some cove ; West Palm Beach He has served: be Improved and deepened by the
ARMY BUDDIES: HAVE .i .l! whfth cut deeply into the island ._, here six years. His' resignation is. Army Corps of Engineers,
RtUNION: IN STUART "SUMMER FISHING'S: fine, says Harris Wall proudly holding this ten-pound black( biM! which he Riwij Board Member John --- effective Aug. 31. At the meeting Richard Gel-

caught Sunday morning in a Martin County Canal, on a trip with George Keith Monahan has pledged putting the In a letter to the b hoard,and the singer of Fort Lauderdale- representing .
Mr and Mrs. Prank Kaylor of entire stretch under contract thin Young Girl Is fleers and trustee of MartUl lhe'Chuha' Bradshaw Interests .
Southern Pines, N. C., visited recently -- -- -- year County Jli\lorle.I1MCleIY, he told which own ill but one) small

with Mr. and Mrs. Lcncay Sells Corporation Land for $1 Wreck VictimIn ol 1 his. pride In having had a partIn tract In the area south) of Seminoto
Bishop of Stuart. Kaylor and Bishop the growth and operations of Shore. urged' \ cMMDimion to I
were stationed at Camp Murphy U.S. 1 Zoning Is the House of Refuge and Elliott lake "necessary and legar atep," to j
for a short time before going Pike CrashAn Museums, but said that the new I Jet the road right-of-way) so that r
overseas during World War II Due for IcurinfJ I position would expand' his professional Chnrle R. Martin .f Jupiter, '
They were with the 46th Signal City Makes Site AvailableFor opHirliiniiies| and salary, could" develop the area.
Company in the bustling Army 1 he reaming of properly 0 n auto accident on the Sunshine
Martin hat Mated that h
south of Hobe Sound, which birth sides of U. S. I I. south of State Parkway Monday I plansdevelopment ". .
camp Jonathan Roosevelt! Bridge: will ho the subject night claimed] the life jut a six* of residence and ,
is now quiet and serene I"
Dickinson! State Park. New Little Dixie Pool of a {public hearing before leert-yeur-old Coral mbM girl I Hospital SuitPeace' at yacht an a"rollllm.l.club similar total to Tequesta valuation,
City Commission in the near future returning home front a vacjuon.
t of $20.66o,00(),
with her family f J( Possible
NEWS: RtPORT: RIGHT At Monday's! commission meetin Duad ()arrival at Marui'' Memorial Jelslngcr related that he had
ON RAILROAD 1U&LE 1 Martin County Swimming Pools,I the pool would be a matter for I Williams, stated that the corporation )!. City Attorney T. T Ouithur- llorital was Janice: kenny f made several request, to Tuschay
Inc., came % step nearer to its 1( the corporation to perform at no had approximately 54JiOtowards () son was Instructed to draw up of Mr, and Mrs Ihe "noise nuisance wit Inc. and! the Middlesex Corporation
A Stuart News reporter wn 'I five-year-old goal Monday when \ cost to the city, to which Williams the esiuiiatcd: $7xx cost papers for the hearing, based! on Ian I ,.*duiigbtcr, Krnny Her seven,year-old brought by t h e City *f Stuart but that all effort to negotiatefor { \ !
right last week when he deduced ,City Commission/agreed to sell the agreed. He also staled that of conMfuclmg a pool and' had the recommendations of the PlanMIU brother Jerry Is in a critical condition against Muriin Memorial Haptlat lha.-rliiht-ff-wsy had far.... He V v,
that a light in the water in the corporation a piece of land in 1 it. attorney Robert F. McRobcrta Jr. promwetof a further SlLMfitAny! / '" Advisory DOlI rd. With f,w shows slgne of "fag" settW fail" Mania County! C mnils ik>n. I
creek in downtown .Port Salerno II tic Dixie, 200 by 1 10 feet, f for Si. was In)the\ *process'of cteUng the! donation,would brwefcormrhe'said exception, property" abutting'! 04 amicably -' ; .r Herbal Unmet bad also trW i
i AVIS from a railroad fusee.! Brady The r commission authorized* corfttyrjuon's recognition '1' non and may be sent to film C/o the federal highway are recommended Four other. young girl In the City Attorney T T. Oughter- to arrange for talk but had failed
Fidter, eleven .of port Salerno,., Mayor Ray Cooke and City Clerk! profit organization. P. O. Box 691, Stuart for "commercluT classi Kenny family were not Injured son told ('Ity Cbmmlulnn Monday One again Oeisingcr told' lcomndsalonm *
crash. 1hclr
dived into the creek and recovered seriously In the I
had his business
fication. that court proceedings that
Callie McCrary to execute a deed 1
and ended y ------- Mrs lau
the burned out fuses tr and grandmother
been called off two months, associates are willing to
for the transfer of the land, subject purchase
speculation that the light came Kenny, also escaped with lesser and (hat Hildabrad Park Associ the right-of-way) build the road
to the Near New School
city'a retaining an easement ; Crossing High
"from another world"1RUNK "Injuries.' The father of the chit
for accc to the water treaty ... Two Youths Are home.Florida ,atlas and hospital' authorities were and then turn it over lo the county,
was at
1: ment plant and with a revcrnoii considering: 'the' pnMthility of ft "CJetainger" lame armed with abound
ary clause. Highway/ Trooper John wall being constructed to allevt- volume representing/ a detailed
MUSEUM: 1URTI.ES'ARE ARRIVALS: The pool bite is located at the Traffic Signal Need Returned Here in Kelly reported that one of Ihe ale the condition against which appraisal of the righi-of-way
said 1 Mrs Kenny was
east end of a five-acre tract presently I daughters nearby resident have complained.WAURMmiN needed. The appraisal WH mad by
Curator of Turtles Rosa With- for (frlving when one of the children I Statewide Appraisal Service Inc.
being prepared a roere-
am is watching with interest (and arion park by Stuart Housing Authority Evinrude TheftTwo totaled at the moon and asked I RAIKHPtMIH : The appraisers estimated' the/ value '

anxiety" ) a dozen baby trunk turtles backed by a financial grant I Revived Monterey. her mother lo look : ) IV DKMOlJtYSAcacia of the right-of-way needed at
on Mrs. Kenny apparently turned
recently hatched at the House $42.000.
from. Public Housing Adimnistraturn. Jensen Beach youths are will
of the
o'look control
( and list
of this 1b. appraisers'' showed
of Refuge. Prior hatchings: report
\being held in Marun County Jail ;; I
Its fund-raining
species, which is the largest of small station wagon. It rolled over continue project about sin' acre of right-of-way are
sea turtles, growing to weigh Felix Williams, treasurer of the The Martin County Commission tact Ihe State Road Departmentand i under $5.XX( bonds each chargedwith (wee after !leaving the road the sale of watermelons, for two needed. The rlght-of-wiy I Ia 4310 .-
2,000) pounds, have refused food., pool corporation: promptly handed still has its mind on a stop- get definite price. breaking and entering' the The accident occurred about ten weeks Sunday, Aug. 2 and 9, al feel kung and approximatelysixty
a'dollar bill lo Mrs. McCraryo' traffic signal, at tho home of Mr. and hit,. Ralph Rv Interchange the "beaches, they will aunt on the
Witham hopes that this dozen and-go corner It also isntructed I licit lo ask I miles south of the Siimrt lo eighty feel wide. Al this
will prove an exception. If you seal the bargain. of Monterey Road and Slate the SKD to replace the caution inrude, Langford Terrace Sunday : ". near the location: where an "beach at Jensen (t I p.m., a n d appraisal the value of the land
know what baby trunk turtle cat The commission pointed out tc Road 76. blinker the department. removed night. Mat- accident four day. ago claimed continue down to Ihe Stuart beach, would .be- $7,000 aa acre.
you might tell him. William that the maintenance of At tts last meeting the IIr,7d; at the corner of Si. Luck Boulevard lax The, nineteen youths, Larry ana Wayne his 'brother he life of a Fort Pierce man. ending sales at 4 p,m. Names signed to the appraisal

yt mission fell I U couldn't and U. S. I in port Salerno. Ronald E. Maalox, seventeen antia -- -- ----- -- .- ..- report were C H. Arbogast' Jr-
County Engineer Fred Bell's estimate The light was taken( down during picked by Ta. Jerome I R. Wedvklnd, and Harry
SCOTER HUH OH, NO! of $3,000 for the and construction U. Juvenile were up Residents Protest
Board light on S. I. police and later ,brought Nearby / D. normal Jr.Continued.
IPS A MOIORCYCLE Approves passed. it up. In all\: probability' the commission I hack safes to Stuart by Deputy Sheriffs ." .... .. .. .. ( on Pep 2-A)

Last) week we referred to the The commission look up the will. have to foot all 1 the bill Tom Wyatt and Morgan Sproft.Taken -
fact that R. & Hill of Stuart celebrated Moratorium on matter again Tuesday because of( The SRD doe not pay for traffic in the break-in were Petition Holds Up"Zoning
hi I I. eighty-fifth birthday increased traffic and school buses signals cameras, clothing, liquor, shoes, Dickerson Gets
"with a nice zippy cooler ride. Trailer ZoningA in the area and asked Bell to con money and jewelry.Sagner .
I E. Ocean Blvd.
Only it wasn't a fact. Stuart's Second Accident Change on $114,585 Work
youngest octogenarian sent us\ cut.
out pictures of motorcycles and moratorium on new trailer Asks VacatingOf At Stuart Bridge! Suit Is A petition hearing t the sign*. After Commissioner.. Arthur E
scooters, with the information he toning in Martin County was lipproved lure ol thirty-seven nearby residents I Sims had observed that there appeared On City StreetsA
wouldn't be caught on one of the by the Martin County Com- The second accident at the north presented at a public hearIng lo be no more residential
latter. He rules a MOTORCYCLE. mission Tuesday at the reuued a Dead End I end of Roosevelt Bridge in two Settled by City Monday, led lo the ( ray ( om- 'building coining to Cast ()tear
ir of the Planning and Zoning Com- days led to a Port Salerno driver miminn', tabling of an ppl''<*' boulevard Mir lackey Hudgirn contract c4 1114.515.15 on
imuion. Road Near Pike I being charged with two offenses The lawsuit' brought by GeorgeW than by Mrs. Aura I Ik* J<*us lr pointed/ out that her faiher aad a unit basis, ) submitted. March. JOy .
HE SLCCI.VIS PLASTIC County Engineer Fred Bell suid, ; Monday evening Sagner and Ms father/ Chester, her property on Last' Ocoun ttmile' t hm had purchased their proper > Dkkerson.: Inc., for street pavng.
ON POND'S: BOTTOM the moratorium would last about I Patrolman Billy Chase against the City of Stuart and JukE yard lo N rezoned from K-I I toR2. ty In goisj f faith and In the etpec wit furmalty awarded by Ihe

Don Gale, former Martin County a month while the Zoning, Commission i A request that the county vacate .I I Carl Arnet Enckkvn, of char !. !Stewart a former city patrolman I Utkin that neighboring property City Commission' Monday, thewentydsy "
High' School instructor: who\ revises ita trader zoning I a thirty-foot-long road in the f Icrno, with failing to have his I was settled out of court Mon- Previously kits Jones had slated would, remain Tuned R-l. Circuit Court appeal* validaiion period on of the ,
receives The Stuart New at Quito lassification and establishes more Tropical Farms Subdivision t vehicle! under control causing an Jay for $5"). that she had a buyer fur the Mrs. Jones' applsvalimi had bund iaa. byng aItu,00
Ecuador has noted the local attempt restrictive regulations. I ssas made by L. M. Johnson accident:, and with leaving, the The Segnert had alleged that property if it could .be earned for "been recornnMnded at acceptable. enplred.Fhe revenue. I'
levels Martin at a meeting : scene of accident, after his car by the Planning Advisory Board,
to restore water at I County agent an Suwart used unnecessary force a profession! building I remainder of the 180.0(10(
the school pond here. ". believe Owners Request of the Martin County Cooimwiwon had collided with a station wagon I when arresting George Sagner ala fcoulwell HuJgins KH4 O that the possible solution" h* Near Tuesday. driven by Lewis C. BroMiam J,? ,high" school football genien/ olio Street, presented! the petition, I Ur unlit the nest regular' meetIng. e existing streets. improvementtt
wrote, "when we have a dry spellis Rezoning The road dead enda on Stale of West Palm Beach IV62 Stewart had contended that' wbicb he Mud, bur the Mcmiiures Monday, Aug. 10' for further.
to put down a sheet of plastic Palm Beach Road Rued 76 and is not used County Brobham. who complained of he acted in self defense. of nearly all residents within, a study' tsars
across the bottom and up about Engineer: : Fred Bell told !the com- a swollen shoulder, was esanuncd three-block" area uf t h. Jones'
five feet on each side, and cover The City Commission referred mission. "li', Just one of those at Martin Memorial Hospital but YARE I S inclusive and rt'iuc IIKARIM; *rr Sells Car With .
it with six inches of dirt. The pond lo the Planning Advisory Board pieces of roads around the county not detained. 1.II'IIIOIJ'Ir.; KOAI> r kite 7 nI".ahL'k: t I. s.tin I M.UKM I The City C rwnl..... Monday One Insertion of !
would then be a pond by anyone's Monday a request for the rezonng built a few yean back tfeal .- ACtinrii IAUICS. 'rbeobjeiii-in lludf I confirmed the reeumm.ndetkas.1.
description, all year. This i fa done from R-l lo R-2 r>f block 2. start nowhere aad go nowhrre ClfY APPKOVM! The Martin County ComtmV Ins salt,'war bawd on the fad I>MI i the Planning\ AdvNory Board and NewsVllnt.Ad
very successfully in the Midwest, section 2, St. LUCM Estate they arc unless for county. pur MW' TAX ROU ion> Tuesday accepted Ihe roads there were plenty of parcel wnd ,instructed the city attorney l*
and it isn't loo expensive The property it owned by Don- poses.Bell said Resolution N.. 7HO, confirmed In lighthouse SuhdiviikiiMi a* partif R-2 further west on Fast '
aid E. and Frances Armstrong and The corufumion! told JohDwnlo I '' the system with the sopS Boulevard which hd rant vet 'been reMimnt ligm R-l IA lo R- tSMJ CAR5 A TRUCKS Si
by City Coniws I 2 of |bete. 3 and 4., Mock! J, Riv
T. E. and Harriet S. Preston. ereded, built on. *od lot petiiKmcrt T l'
formally/ request. Use *acaung IVM U( of utilI"( that street sue be .1
Tale Twisting I II City J Manager.: Joe C'Snwderpointed of the road after .hl b'. public I 52175320" accepted: Julyd6 by i II The suWivrwon M on the North tat exWnded necessity further for )R...2.e.zoning U> b :I ershPark Stuart l K.'In (Roper anrth Muart. ownedby lOll BALE 1959 Renault

OI\- the property hearing would be advertised.. i the equalization| board.aM lurk oppusiU Stuart. Disuphioa 4-duor aad.e.n.v.ry .

I .y JACK JAMES I slats Beach,, Road an __ __u ____ .- ------ I -- like condition throughout
"" arterial street and might be considered -
toss rtTMO '
coweotIt Good paint. Excellent
suitable for rezoning; Moves Into West County to Subdue 'Glades Pests
Fogging gu rniU*(*. un.'Ai Phone
take thi
country tea 4i '
7-2I7J 7-2 ($')
yean steady taking car of our Lot WMk' Wath.etaw

own bunnes and letting everybody ilea Is ....,.. George Smttt, ewes. III
alone the '.1,. U M fI ., Crash Program Aimed at 'Skeeters'HereA SealMsiM Lodge, Rte, wits
American to get people Jvj. r// ?er It i' Ci i >l.eae1 whom. ae ahead Out

oa speaking >*rl I: = : an !obese ad ilL*** base and Use
\ 7
,, i.rtmlf .. wedesfcy car ".... .ttw very seat cUjr
term with on J1 541 ba pit Into opeutwa
1a |ion a in tM 4.
ieIrne the out
11It.1 'crash program'* ,so subdue resuhs.la I A. anon ss ealire en in y program
y We another need agaas.man A.. 1_.... a, .... I. a Us* nufetiuloc m the county asunder the ant few night. '.......1 (seen fogged the nuchiors will Wurum sfMcuUted have llMl helpedthe (' be BiftitW are able lo cower the T. plea year..iik >acts
,' diplo m a t* i aWashbigioa from At way by the Martin Coney will ao on m waiters Mama i start tpun in the eaisteni sccliuAIn .but few day. ot rain Rain has aunty much fwter arw. < I >.. acMMeakal want ad a* ThafMtwrt
who iTupr71AJC i.M.t.ix.wl Mosquito Control crgkataOioa. ,I Cows.:!. a eonta tag effort la rid the filled control the progrim.and allowed ands here we will have aossl arable Jsfei' M. 27-1190
have ilia skin /S-5.V .heal.... 'I'..".$. a1, f S4,.*. i, JoINt WrthMi. director of aMJ'fOI1' We're now erg into t""be area Wuhara of the reported.pest. enm ktch- .... to mlnw.awacnp Me spvro larvae succew with. our control progrtn aid ay *IWa1Mplrc.a|
... back the territory !
ofunag love instead of power over ra tat a.. ;; es.Ave. reported tin* wed ibal country lo sack I HUscbaSOOIsland. I. a delicacy for minnows.Wuhan thin year," Wham tIA weal. ad." Va 1l W. aIM yea
people' right You can lead a : I Iii eli :*. rest sine* the foumf begaa Friday sa aa effort so get the Yi. des mospuiaea big Ygo.g oe MS I also reported a. new MOM slid:
oar the halt of the ha* ( which are stowing. up ki but due to dredginf oper area sisaaestali ,.
boo to but God ban \ eastern county I.wing" the "'-
water i.\ U\ In
gave .
La machine ia ..
} ._ H- becaIIJ" svab MJa t the .aasien U lh. eouaty. ," aliens Inht fkker PoW are.the I foupng Burr OpenSlam : ... .
Lf, t& siarsS
die power to refuse to ( I : Ina e'" saca. ., and IGCIdW81 IDIdwII .k type.
will be unable
all go lo church Sunday j ea. P" .... tN .... ... l as t w tuna and Ds with eotc tlhamdalaipurlsL. county to teen

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,, v tro sn iKT (m.., NEWS Thursday July 30, 1964 f," 1III'IWIIt'! ,","' !J


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i Trances Fernc tilinn, r -(oc ol' gocky Point Pun iwkm ,-
p rD .>. died m Marlin Memorial
tip' oal Monday ?'f,. alter
sa a as a fir i.l illness She was a nam
,.t t I l..i. Grange, III.. and i former
r,''''lent of Miami lor thirty.ciphtv
4 1 ,'ir She had lived in Rocky
rc Piiint for (he pat two YearsShe i)
wm a member of the First .., "
Methodist Church of Stuart the s e ( .

Joanna Circle of the First Mctht LI
.h' sL i M ('hurj-h!: Ip49nemhrr!I { of
a r Mw the Port $iprno|: fivlc A-">ociW.

f tlpn.I .
L d / I She is | bv her husband,
I Roscoe f.slilViVP4" peh ro'p H;
one sop/ i rfn l! p 1/1afli. /.
; a ni 4| twp g t kIra.>>
11 Lawrence R I 1 0f kIiiurpi' gnp
Mrs RichardFuneral !!c!fr pt h tan! ,

a,4, fen IIrlin Mllrep.i I 4 M
: spryicfi:: were hclJ at '
Johns puneruf ffJipe J Chape:: ) Tuesday
) at < p.m. {pith thp Key. AlUn'
R Smart/ pastor pfJhc PfM Mel"oduf ; !- 1
1 Jhurch : "rf, off icl': I.
11I1l. further services qp4 hirl, ll
will| h? 4" tligpll.

,MRS. pnVFTTF f : : P. S19INIQN3 toe W> book Which form the initial
J.tllianpanorl checkf lame
Mrs Dlivctje P. Simmon for. gtfq NiJH1 'p 1lM-p4r1. later, she says. Assisting Mrs Das-
1 achool,, yeaf. More mar be Deeded
kf County peat
order toy n
ty-eight, pf Sailfish/ JxHlgc, palm Mike Crook, center, and Gary Little
of merchandise are
City died in Forf Pierce Mcmorml sort i |in deallpg Wllh the $9,225.26 worth

iospital) $.'1IUr rqay,' 141)' 25,
after a brief illness. A pal ye of Solomon, husband and wife, w
New Jersey, she ha4 I'v' l >In Ihji and (two brother CASES fiLm 'IN Lida L. Menmngcr, a free dealer
area since J 1943.I \ Stevens fllner1 l Nome Weil I (''IRCUILYfUR Hal. mortgage foreclosure.
e t pP1 She a member of the Wom.an' I palm Beach, |I. in charge of ar (Chancery) and OuRhterson\ .
---..............., --, .,_ 1'1 _"....___- -- I I Club of!Stuart, of which she rangements. Graveside, services: Oughterson
dine Combs and Lorene p n
UNBtAl N-P lm City's uebljl l) squad, undefeated championsof Craig Vmglipg/ Joey Zgpka|| : | ,Q4 Ifarqld- 1 !loNe; row, Albert was past president, for two years, will be MJ Sunday, Aug 2, at Combs Paul, D.his wife vs. Louis Armo, Alfred First Lee Mortgage Simmons and Clara
tho 1964 M County Junior Baseball League, is shown taking Jones, coach; flicKy Mpore, Dennis Yinglmg, Freddy Kahle She was /counselor of the Junior (the Hbc Sound pemetery Friends a single man Herbert Spaulding Simmons, his' wife, and Willard
I a brief pause from eating and drinking during a party held In and Pave Weston, rnari uefi; pick row Randall Bcdgood. Buddy Woman's Club of nd a I may cal) at !the Church of God and Delia Spaulding. his wife, Sel- A. Connel it and Gloria C. Con.
its honor at Palm City Civie Cejiter Saturday afternoon. The Jones, Thad.} f H(*WJ. /mifny Van Tuinen, Rod Cassidy, and member. of trip Anna Miller Circle Church, fort Salerno Sunday. ., wyn C. Worth and his wife complaint -. nel, his wife, mortgage forcclos
Champs are left to right: front\ row, Tracy (toward, Butch Wade loony! /ones/ of the Stuart-Jensen Elks Aug 2, 'r ronf I Him! to 2 p mDentifrice I to foreclose mortgage; ure; Bernard R. Jaffe.
Lodge, of which 'she was president I. Oughterson! and! Oughtcrson
.. { for two yearsShe I accounted for 43.71 Gerald Solomon and Theodora Call 287-IS50 for Want Ads
MORE, ABOUT ty docs not have the right to condemn is survived by her husband, per cent of the billion metal, .
Sale! Advance Tickets for road purposes So I Linwood I. Simmons, of Pam| squeeze tubes produced in 1962.
IYQ' on :
think. !actually that i 1I.Is purpose- City; two daughters Lynn Pat and
: Ap. PAY PREVIEWThursday A Condemnation Susan Olive of Palm City LRO4L AD' .:RTI u:lit II:!liT )
YR I i I less to try anything else, | told! ; oneson. FRANCES JANGHDRD'S;
Wi iJ 111J BEATLES these people in no uncertain terms Robert Charles Simmons, U
.__. .. /iI tacci l pqy' Night", Action Ordered just how I felt about the matter S. Navy Norfolk, Va, and her NO HQTirM'I'H 1 [CAMIX n'bfMy. ) ,FOR Iv.n pins I h a I Ialrd -
ana that can't talk to mother, Mrs. olive Patterson of ... HI4 will) li* received by th*
. _. ..,,'. you simply Iliurd of County Cninmlmtlonora nfMarthi
the head man. Perhaps i if we served Palm City.Servlce County."FloHda! 'lit the 01.tlloath"J RI4GER
Seminole Shores the head man with a were held at Johni the Clerk of circuit Court OOf
JP fJ"s4 y nn l hFP4(J man wall come to us to talk.thE Mineral Home Chapel Tuesday at Ida. lip courthouno unlll Ise: .In Htimrt uluet, KlorOn vu.. ,..... 1ESTAURAN1?-=
II '.m", with the Rev J. W: Mar. h.. and opto".d as "soon there.Inottt ,
PETER;; CUSHING-PAVID KNIGHT (Continued fronj Page I-A) explained Commissioner that at Jack the Williamson beginning! son, interim-pastor of The United r II Fmelaie. Jar h. 101101\ JENSEN BEACH, ON THE INDIAN| RIVER .AT

The county's decision onctgain he did not want to condemn the C Church of Christ (Congregational)) LANCFORP MARfNA AND VILLAS
"The Evil of Frankenstein' ( to do legal battl j wttfi(Jhe right-of-way! but that"the county of' Palm City officiating tori**.(1) Motor new Caterpillar(iradrr.' ft!

Hand Interests for the tl1ir4'sime has done al) if. fan peacefully and Bpoolflmtlnm! mar b* obtained DINNERS ONLY
-A.SQ-r I in) about four yean, camq as no I has had no co-operation" }jlc suggested it Wulro; of th J1n Martin. Boardof
real surprise. The County Com that legal action be taken Services for' Mrs Eva Bentcl ", .*, Commli OPEN AT 5 P.M. FOR COCKTAILS
I Hoard C County *
"NIGHTMARE"Starts' mission at several previous meet., Commissioner Jack Saunderson sixty of pade City, who died Friday loner Th.* :rasa via o th* right to r*> DINNERS, Daily, Seven Day a Week< to 10 p.m.
---, ----- Ings had indicated it would like said he felt It was time to bring the in lakeland General Hospital' ji>rtl!.any, Friday to have the development, on the : situation to the' forefront for the were held at 2 p.m. Monday in HOAnrOil' COUNTY SPECIAL SUM>JER PRICES QN; MENU
inland both as a progressive piovf : future of the county. the First Baptist Church of Okee (OMNI'ta1ONERnp
IIAVLEY'S RotdAN'l1 ADVErmJREtBOX and for the additional taxes an expensive Commissioner Edward Miller chobee, with the pastor, the Rev. I ', KAVK A: WACHA. "11'/zer the Stars Meet" !
development: of thy kind then' reminded the commission Mickey: Evans, officiating !Burial Chairman I ,( .
would produce. that "we have a fighter in Rand. was in Evergreen Cemetery there Pub i CItAL1, July 10. A'u<<, a. nit I
At the meeting, County Com I would togged' we notify the Mrs. Bcntpl's mother" Mrs. Robert ---- ----- - -- --- ----- -----, 1

mission Chairman Frank Wacha pwnert to take steps within a certain lee ''Brewer, resides at Okee- i 1
explained that he had recently discutsed 'time'and specify we have not I chobee She was long a resident
the problem with Captain been able to get together to talk," of Stuart where her son Morris
Harold Shclfon.!! I representative Williamson replied that it would| L. Walton and a sister, Mrs... Smith
of Rand and "1 was told that Mr. take. two week Id,at'toMegab-irWceedmgs Q ale. are resident, ,, *} .. '" I
Rand docs not own the property, started and that in the Mrs Bcntel, a Baoit, ,1'10' Is
sans .r11+ .a.grrrw survived by two other sisters, a
so he can't do anything. two weeks everyone! who wanted 'SUCCESSIs
4. 'I suggested to Captain She-) t to !get together could get together. daughter Mrs. James Hilt, of Lake.. i
ton," Wacha continued, ''that it Williamson then made a motion land and seven grandchildren.MRS. I
was difficult to get hold of the to have the county attorney, ex !
I persons authorized to discuss the amine that county's legal rights and B. '
matter, and finally)! suggested to then proceed with condemnation! Mrs Theresa B. Foote (ifly..ix .
Captain Shelton that perhaps 'a Saiyiderson seconded the motion of 914 Wier Street Stuart
BOX OFFICE friendly (role condemnation suit' which pawed unammouily Com died at Martin Memorial Hospital 1/ APPARENTFINANCIAL

h1art> r ..., might be in order as a method missioner Bruner was not present Monday, July 27,oftlfe'; : brief
t 1 pPFN9ETitw, | I of clarifying the legal! climate I Ife' ,Is qi) vacation. illness A native York
714$ don't know whether he liked the After the motion and vote Attorney City, she had lived here for 11)) f
idea or not Regardless I feel) w1 Tooker said he felt thnt pant six ant) one.half years. SUCCESS
have to do something about this thq county could condemn the She was a member of St. Jo-
Friday, Saturday( and Sunday -take some definite action. I do rlght,-o//-way for public purposes, seph's Catholic Church Harold 'i REQUIRES PLANNING
-*IRST RUN IN flits AREA- not believe that the Rand people the public purposebeing the Johns American Legion Auxiliary ;
** want to consider/ the price. made maintenance) St. Lucie Inlet. Post, and a member of the Wom
$. by the appraisers. It appears that The( county had priorly been en's Auxiliary of' Martin Memorial
that.iri.. they would prefer some other kind enjoined, by .a federal court at Hospital
c..t.Prt. pf appraisal" Miami from resuming attempts to She is survived by her husband,
... Wacha stated further that Hap get the reed, alter Ifi former rightofway Arthur |J.. Foote, of Stuart; three 5 O
( parently it la the opinion (;!if the claims had been held invalid sons Arthur L. Foote' III of Staten INTEREST

,....'. thgll property owner.that_Martin Coun 1!! ;..!'r.,the court. island N Y., William\ Robert ,
'ho'HGaR Irhslklrlhtllld"LltIf Toole of Walwick N. J., and Ken- aft a
AUI'aRT11aMRNT' baaL AfYRnraRMIea: ? 2
r0L . neth Toole of Stuart; two brothers
M. g IkRt James and John Bcrgm, of
.11..RIII..UL ltnose T Island N. Y. two
lang City. : .e
Man d air F: C..M Receipts' havln, been cplMrtM from ta..... or other anurwin sheers! Mrs. Fluabcth Schipf of 1R COMPOUNDEDQUARTERLY
the (' ands, leTwitt i rOr7NrRAU' 'rN t'lTr."I riVNTRor. Broad Channel N. Y and Mrs
a KTaTB, It,nEBERve FTMifkrTVftR. RCA *I PI Tt4 (il c.. 1
tAT AM B'BV'IAU TAXIVH DISTRICT """' and f At M CtTT Alice Thompson! of( Brooklyn, N.
ii H H TOWN rt'NH' and mad avallabipt iindr and by vlrlurof a R.olutlon Y., and eight grandchildren. 4
If th. Bo.rit of Connor '\ .' of Martta\ fa1'folorld'\' ", .rtoi,>ild -
** !> In y.anlar I a Ion 'Tm\nnl' of '''* **!! Rosary services will be held In I
*4 initl I** nav* been .ogrl th. nrMrr .In..rOI'4I *<|wn>*a and at 1i) Form's Funeral Home Chapel on Offered to Resident of Florida polyjirst
Ij H H :i ii ,f the npffUl, and Ktranrdlnary *tp. dltur**olnMrl.fl.ual ytar b.aln.\
nlnaOrtob.r I, I/el, and tpdinir:: >nt:mb.r said, NIIm.t.a, Wednesday at t p.m. Friends maY
.. i! art mad and puhllihcil by Iht ttourd or CountymmtlMlnnrr* of M.,. call/ Wednesday evening from '7o
U :: i: i :: :: :: :s y i tin florlda i Omintr BlaUtra, (Florida, In Mcordani.fi with th. .provlwun of fiwtton' 1 IU tl: 9. Funeral Mass will be held Mortgage Corp.;

U 's: :: ;:...:: :: v. 4asv :::: ;: :: :; Pepposic 01'' .III"DI..nll a rraaa: at RfY UuETIrlaFntlt4L RIM.Are : lic Thursday Church at at St.9:30 Joseph's a.m.RIVS Cattle

Contract Work .. .. .11,01118 Rios Williams, fifty-nine, died East Ocean Bird. Acrosa from the Courthouse la Stuart. Dial AT 7-0122
.M a4IaM..h/all/JV 44t"1.1 Ovll 1>,?.... OYflc. |B:.pi>n.f .?....... .. .. .. .. . tumid* at his home on July 24. A
ROCK HUDSON ill, t,rk.bola' p".'"..'., .{Our, .;'?. al.t... .r .'.f1.1!! '.?, :: : :: ::: : J:m?:s.: resident of fort Salerno for pioneer over Comer Atlantic Av... and Indian Hirer Dr. la Ft. PUrco. Dial! HO 1.3160

'H ntlDopcle, 4 F'I'-r.pt'p.' .... ..,....... .. .... .......,. twenty-two years, be was a'native 1943 20th Street JO 2.2300 V.ro BeachMILAN'

--AJ.SO-' fO"Alt ............... :.......... .. ... of Long Island, Bahamas.
: He ls survived by his wife, Mrs."oMrlla .
MolyrtrF !? 'P'-iT1Tt f. Williams, principal" of

AboId slgll6)) f.4\IOP.\ ... .......t.I.r,...... .... .. .... a11n1'oAt Carver Gardens Elementary

......... tu..... ..... ....... .. ...; -t.a/.n. School, Port Salerno, three ,sisters
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Every pfeoa Irou go yoq'Il heanngaMIW lets In Cub lUlanr In Palm City Tow ,, *-nolnnr Board of Health
nd.d for udtary urp**.* In ald Tow "Exce4enf"Unusual"} Line of f Home-
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Tund-.u Ifn*,'"* I4t.bt.dana rvtlpH Rl1)
"* Racing for Cleaqlin.ess }paM Rplls; pies aniTcakesBUT
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1\ I ..,,t ///r, ''.i. atahatr"Tf qq/p/ f tsr Sttlgl' Budrl. "...".r.r .t Fund I. ef l rUI Taxtn Pl,.. i
w. tni "U rund iu* II r tintn.er o f -''d''d !a'
.. .n I de ls4ary: tp .M paliM tyf Top fM-4 III III MOST OF ALL OUR CUSTOMERS WHO KEEP COMING BACK .
\ If Tb e eb.n T*.t.ll Ina aupehw..t.t ludcM will b a oldrd aa4 TIVIR
tROMWARNER" BROS. TrCHNICCLOR'1o4I finally; ,. Hvaiilar M *|lnI of ia" Dowd al Cauaty Comntln. TIME AFTER : .
\ ,nn.fa w t1."n Oixtnty rtor'th'' M bell till T..Mdy. Antuit tit'*,
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Reachcomh I will hike brim tho !pier: house to lecu.ro. paiArticUs I:. I I TUT STtART (Florida) NEWS Thun.luj', July 30 1964 3-A
the inlet and hack iho beach,onibers have
Plan a Jaunt I I The club &Ipen to all interested collected. may be seen st the House Betty Ferguson Jupiter: Cindy! and Hurley and children! Marv. Deborah
The Family! Bt members Club I person with the request that I of Refuge Museum in the Marino Sandraatson. Marietta Oa; and Robbie Jensen Beach, Dr
will meet Slatun.l.1I. Aug 1 at 9 children under twelve years old be Biology Hall Mrs. L. C' Wright Mrs J. H new. I LeBlanc. Fort Pierce; Stevi, :
am at the Flliou Museum. I I accompanied, by an adult Thereare wemHIU those attending I last week !I Riley and children. Julia and Catherine B. Schmidt and father Steve I
PJttd; The group will proceed by car no dues. Persons going on the I Francis and Mr and Fort Pierce: Elmer Goebel. Schmidt museum director Jensen

to Seminole Shous, where thev hike should bring their own_ col-. .... Mrs Frank Hiagy. Port Salerno; _Rio! Mrs Joe Philp.!I Stuart! : ;_Robert_Beach.
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like i Religious.,Courses Will Be

to knowThe I Offered at Salerno Church OPEN _

VA L U E S !
Dairy Council of Counts in Bible i I Doctrine, DAIL8 to 5:30:
South Florida U proudto Christian Literature History of URST BVT1IST FRIDA8 to 8
Methodism, Introduction Stuart
prtitnf Certificate ofMerit to Chris
Award Lion btluutlton, Old 1 csUimnt 1 \ and I Wednesday evening at 6 the -
to These New Testament Survey and! Prac school council meeting will
deserving young people tical Theology are being offered be Sunday held in the church FellowshipHall I GENERAL ELECTRIC HEADQUARTERS"KOOL
..for outstanding at the Salerno Southern Methodist with the primary I departmentas _
activities and .xtmplaryleadership Church at Port Salerno through hosts. The msd-week prayer
the Southern Methodist College service will be held 7JO the
at : in
honoring both Lxtcnsion::: Division.Individuals church sanctuary. The chancel
family and community. interested! in taking choir will rehearse at 815.: WASHER-DRYER

r any of these courses are urged! to I The men of the church will have MONEY DOWN
contact Rev. Durward! Knight, the
I a prayer meeting at 7 a.m. Thursday
r Southern Methodist College: Extension the
m pastors study.
Faculty member 11the CLOSli-OUT CLOSEOUT
Saturday the church will havean
Port Salerno area before Sept 1'1
"Old Fashioned Picnic" at Jon
j"j"J The courses may either be auJlt-1 athan Dickinson Park. Car will 1 1964 1\I0UUS 1964 MODELS
ed or taken for credit leave the church at 130.: Games
Associate! of Religious Education I and skits will be enjoyed in the 1IIIIJSII
Degree Further information may I afternoon and the picnic supper i,1l,
be obtained! by writing to the Extension will be held! at ,. Those attending +r
; Division. Southern Melh- llII
are to take a complete family picnic *
MICHAEL odist College; Orangeburg S. C. supper except drinks. All memo x
bers and friends! of the church are

If.year.recently old Michaelwas selected The Rev. Arthur A Smith will Sunday morning at both the' / : LL,1 GENERAL EUCimCFROSTGUARD
Outstanding Patrol assume duties! of St. Marys par. 8:30: and! 11 o'clock: worship services
Boy i ish, Rev. Forrest H. Walking will
of the Year by the Aug I J. He and! his family 14
Vero Beach Police will reside at the rectory, 312 Cortcz speak on "1 Belong to Me." At
Benevolent : Avenue. the evening service his topic will be
Auxiliary. He Association baa served A welcome reception will be "The Shepherd Psalm." I IEFRIGERATOR-FREtZEI! -
ai a Patrol Boy I given by the Episcopal Churchwomen Monday! through Friday a "Youth S Us lafrtsMK aer,aet MMh
for the past five yean Sunday, Aug. 2, immediately Workshop" will be held each evening Presser! i
at St Helen's SchoolThe alter the 10 a.m. service in from 7 until !V. Drama and] e gig fire Otfrae fnutt,
trophy was awarded I the church patio. Bible study! will be the features :z&zCIIEOIIOOM Iadl... **II III palS
him in behalf of Saturday. Aug, 'I l 1. 10 a.m., Al each evening. Rev. Watkins will / SlIde Out Skslrasl, I 12-Ib. Washer 12-lb. DrierPorcelain
his sportsmanship, cooperation Guild meeting lead the Bible study. The Men'i I I W / e I rertsWe, VifitaWi sVsswstONLY
loyalty, attendance tarSI Aug, 2;: 8 a.m., Holy Brotherhood will have a covered Porcelain Tub Tub
participation Eucharist; 10 a.m. Matins, Holy dish supper meeting on Monday! AIR CONOIiIOH N[ 13.1x.R Nit ukiO 115 Volts 115 220 Volts
serv'lce-mi ded. Eucharist and! sermon; 112): .am, evening at 7 in the church Fellowship
ness and consideration welcome reception in patio. I Hall. Double Guarantee Double Guarantee
for others. Monday, Aug 3: 7:30: p.m., Tuesday evening the Woman') The ideal balance of
vestry meeting I Missionary Union business and cooling and dehumidifi- ONl r

FIRST CHURCH OP- CHRIST the program church.meeting will be held at cation for sleeping comfort! :

SCIENTISTEast I Instant Installation 119 91
Ocean Blvd. Stuart I SALERNO SOUIIILRNMLTIIODISr built.in side panels 28995norm NOW 18800 13700

: Sunday! morning service at I I. Lightweight easy to handle

I tiRANDOLPH "Love.Lesson-sermon" subject, Aug. 2: Morning worship will c com >* Quickly removed for storage Model RP20CA
silence at 9:30 this Sunday morn Bedroom QuietCOOLER
Sunday! school, 11 am. Nursery ing at which time the pastor. Rev. 1RADFPORTABLE: mill 1RADE
provi.cd.Wednesday! --
Durward H. Knight will bring a
Testimonial meeting message! from the Word of God.
school' will
Sunday at
Reading Room: 282 Flagler Avenue I 1045: and will beer begin the di FLAMELESS TV" LINE
McDANIEL : Monday! 9:30
through Friday, :
rection of Winston Woodson .
'Taxpayer! save $600 .01..12:30: p.m. III
There is a nursery provided for
Industrial Arts Christian Science radio program children.All = GENERALELECTRIC
stadenta build 30 draft. "The Bible Speaks to You" may young ,: .. GE PRODUCTS
log tables, 60 teaching be heard over WS1 U. Stuart Epworth Leagues will be COOKING i i.II'IC
podia In classes." Bee 1450 kc, at 7:15: p.m. Monday held at the church Sunday evening 'I\
for 3 beginning at 6:30.: There are age -:.. '
hind this newspaper Topic Aug : "Where DoI ,
:;: :
headline is !the story of Find Happiness' groups for all, including adults.

a class project, quietly Layman Gilbert Thomas will Culrod Burners ,- VOld-IISY11y I I1 landlc\ : UOfDI(
Implemented by Randy .TROPICAL. ARMS B\rilST be the speaker for the evening worship .1' TuWFront ). "'"
McDaniel His Indus. .. MiMilon. Sunday School, at 730.: Large#! Oven Daylight Blue
trial Arts Teacher, Port Salerno Prayer service and Bible study Speaker l
Fritz Roth, praises I Is held each Wednesday and startsat Liftoff Oven Door .
Sunday school will meet at 3p.m Front Controls
7 30. This
him for independent : service is under the
thinking, and initiative, at the Eugene Black home, direction of the pastor.OSCEOIA Push Button Control
next door to I Independent! Fisheries
ability to assume the Save Now
necessary student in Port Salerno Following : STREET Only tFlashlight
Sunday school, the Rev Lewis
leadership to out
Stancil will deliver short -
a sermon
the program: Everyone is invited to attend the j I Sunday! school starts at 945: Per Car
r I service. I each Sunday morning and is un NY Or Hence 770
der the direction of Rev Charles 13995ONLY
I r Writ known brand .
''t Ii, .iMc Stuart The pastor Rev. Durward H. and mad. in U. S A. II
Knight, will be the sneaker at the J299GENERAL pay to buy two at ISle
;, 1 1l Wednesday July 29. chancel II a.m. service this Sunday morning low, low IIrl....
choir rehearsal will begin at 7:45 .

.LH l Jj p.m.Sunday, Aug k: the first worship Wednesday Pastors' office at the hours church are office held ELECTRIoFREEZER WAGON-SHLE BAR-B.CUE
J .
will begin at 8:4.5: a.m. There from 2 to 5 p.m. The pastor may
will be a "coffee break" at 9 45am !Is Ikb l
: be seen at other times by ITUP Outdoor rooting mice fun wild MW ratio Klas Just
HARDY At 10 a.m. Sunday school begun Mask at the wurth-mon ftalun f-ptmllliNS. arid adu lw .tt

WHITE The second worship service. The "Hour of Power," which (''oll1l'I'LII.4| i spit and ."....-out mvtiir, ors.edt swlitbt Oven
The Lincoln Park Panthers begins at 1 11 I a.m. Mrs. H. W. New.some is the prayer service of the church hood with gas dour side Redwood shelf.
I wilt be and ,
area red not guest organist is held on Wednesdays beginning
John Tetcr our guest choir director at 745 '
baseball team solidly : pm. Rev Charles Ben -
f And Methodist Youth Fellowship nett i is the instructor
in first place. i for this meet i
will begin at 6:30: p.m.
one of the mainsprings ing.
of enthusiasm is 13. Monday Aug 3: Men prayer ..
year.old Hardy White. group will meet at 7 am.UMTID REDEE.: : \ILR UWIKRAN pI

A ninth grader at Lin. ;ct .
coin Park Academy, C1ILRCII OK CHRIST Worship services are held every TO
Hardy Is a crack Ceo. (Congregational Palm IK)) Sunday morning at 10:30: at Redeemer ,

ter Fielder during the Sunday school will meet at 9:45 Ocean Boulevard Lutheran Church East '
with Sunday
game works oa a.m. under! the direction of JuJ- school and
marey-raising projects son Minear, superintendent Classes Bible classes precedingat .. PERFECT
9 15. The
: school is
for the team and
for all age*. Morning worship
presenting a full color film "The
helps keep up the service is at II o'clock Rev. Harvey God of Creation.' : FOR PICNIC
equipment and team (
McFessell of Brighton, Ill-
Thursday evening. Aug. 6,
spirit will continue for another week uguest I at 7;30, Dr. August Brustat of 36 Oil PATIO
preacher. Scarsdale. N. Y, will his .
Join IM,won't you, The weekly prayer meeting willie illustrated lecture present"Biblical I
In honoring these fin. held I Friday morning at 10 I Dr.
Archaeology. Brustat it well \
young people.., o'clock at the home of Mr*. M known In this field, having spent $2498
Mead. Both and)
men women are six weeks last
end the hundreds like inVited to attend. year travelling
them.,who our through Asia Minor with a groupof
ere for guest preachers have been made
dope...wroaurilrlli for the next two weeks by the pul- professional many arcfuteologiMs of the Biblical, uncovering Months ? ttuy It On

hop. for the future.cfjfclit. pit committee.. geographical/ locations. AH residents I ; Budget Terms
of the area are invited.
era .
"Thy Kingdom ('CIIne.- i Ii the -
1402 fine Ulte Drive = CA>78I
tile of Dr. Oswald
reeilif.cale Sunday: 9 am.. church school Hour mewte Sunday, 1(4 CHAISE LOUNGE
classes for all ages; 10am,. morning Au,. 2 oa WSTU at 7:30: pjn.Kktfdoei 12.0 CU. FT.
) worship IICrvlce.Cbotr TO ; Squared Aluminum Tubing
rehearsal Wednesday JUIOVAln WrrNf.\.U.. $

1:30 p.m. I ...... BrM Real .T.... C..tect F'.... A/J.etetit' .. D.., Ijlre: >tru.. .... .dur.Me. with washable.
Thursday. 7:30 1'''"., Theocratk h..g... ..u4...... Shelves. .. erefg4isgtl.r g ites) aid wkitt *snl' ..bbI .. foU.
... .
I huoI; i:30 fires* terv I .eiflme. T..,.,.. .r ehlppi.R0 ...... rw. fur .11$688
I ICe meeting. Theme: lave For tar. C.mfro .... .. c.....
1 God and His Righteous Ways Give o h 1aMlrrits. a. "''It.1i1
Courage. I
I Sunday, 4 ,,111.. public discount PAY
: 5 pm., Bolt. study with'. rvKILUVINC
.b kI aol of Watchiowcr. Theme: "Gathered AS
I I Work".! in Unity for Ifaatswruu LOW AS $ TI a e igg l Weatherproof',

I Tuesday. 1:30 pm.. Bibb study $2.50 WEEKLY rOSnwrs Won't Rustl
JF s Theme: 'tun. s.r.1I< I } of an Earthly Km Jom."
I Assemble at Kingdom Han far'rertI..f'ljtalft '
dairy b i. Field Mutisuy: I
Saturday and Sunday, 9-\S un.i I
p i! ).r. sad Mrs. A. S. Opec of I
OFSOUTH the Rrvcrwde Apartment are va
;; catwang .in CumbcriaAd. Ohio.

E31W....fLORIDA S1RIXTlire. omre touryiENT : Via enrollment Im the United -1' 27.4242* 237 e. OSCEOLA, STUART, FLORIDA 287"24you'd

to 0IaeIa Ah..e 27.2399 IMC yew IiIt&W11
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.Lee Cason. Reports:. I Champion Palm City

I Wildlife Federation i Bows to All Stars .

Awards to Be Palm City' unbeaten" in nine- at the hands of the Juntor Le gu.

5"' teen games during the' regular All Star
The Florida Wildlife Federal of fa. Marttn f Martin i County Junior League But they still have a thence' of
cntktycta! anwaaHy! a ConntrvalionFatid DiNtNrt for ; 4 4 baseball! season finally met defeat winning the three-game series, due
by a itttn 3-2 margin Monday
Awards IS
Program !
ipomtercd Commutation 4' to continue Wednesday and Frit
by clue Scars Roebuck Foundation. B. Carpenter, _. -.------
Mallin u one of the many ceun E. Jenkins, the day at 7 p.m.
ties entering the 1964 competition and Schramms lyn The *resenlation of league trophies -
TN flames of county winners! for quests for fish C Ace Keeps aj 6:SO will precede Wednesday -

outstanding conservationist. youth renovate ponds '* game
guidance, junior conservationist Soil surveys I William and Wood, refitted by
son conservationist\ game and W. J. I Thomas and Arnold In the fourth.
fresh' water fish, salt water comer Dorcas No. 3 Slow LeadAlthough held the champs to one hit Mon
Vfltion, and outdoor writer l
were Orders for day. Tilt brother combination of
(submitted to the State Awards
plnnning Howard yieldedsix
Thad and Tracy
25 CAmmittee( Gainesville, on July p red, defeated Monday by hits to the All Start.

Schrarhm'i' fourth place GA, 10-3, Ace main-
Martin County winner will he I Bssmedr with tains a handy 3 M-game lead in the 'IVTFRFSTFD IHPPY
considered for stale awards i n for a Martin County Slow Pitch Softball I ABOUT NEW ROAD
mM-August m their name win grading for I
I. League. Interested and happy" w a tt
not be announced till later In August 4 ,
service helped Crane the
Henry was
Awards will include med- j' winning t the Way County Commissioner
with i pasture I pitcher Monday and Mac McKu- the of
Frank Wacha greeted! news
all certificates, and expense-free '
fishpond hen the loner.
the letting of a contract for thIS
trips to the annual awards banquet ing decisions On Friday, Ace heat Bandy, of work
first phase''' construction)
:Tallahassee on Sept 20 Floyd Jones, 125, with McKuhcn the winner on AlA bn Hutchinson Island i mSt .
We report briefly on soil wa- signed to over Bill Bessemer' In Friday Lucic County. The new road
tcf. plant and wildlife activities tion Program nightcap/ Pros beat GA, 7.,, pro will eventually connect with AlA
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Broward -AJrT' Ron Allison taking the win over at the Martin County line 0 n
BARBARA ANN IIXDSFY leveling, "IIFLLO STUART and goodbye) waved tills group of water burg oif Friday, July 24, expect to arrive in New York.on Aug. 9. Crane ; Hutchinson Island
SECRETARIALSERVIGR in, con sk lien as they passed down the St. Lucie River Saturday afternoon Left to right above are Dave Outten, Bobbt Kuykepdall,. Paula \\D1\CS
applicant, on their way to the New York World Fair, They left St, Peters- Young Carol Putton, Betty Orsim and Mike Outten. (July 27 Inclusive) ATHI.FTES! FOOT
I flow TO tREAT FTApplr -

287-4637 Miller .. ................... W 12 LAce 2 hold ..front h.tk T Itchlnj,4.L H,"illi bunlnt. Fwl In It mln.tatii.
I Skners Whizzed in Spray and ShoWersSoaked Bandy.. ... .............. .. 8 .5 In 9 day watelt Infected skin
Pros .. 8 5 .foui, *. off Waled tiMllky shin raptor.
It B. plraud IN'" ONE HOUR *
To 8 6 ., T.
GA sae !b..k Li. .tl.tk: 4 L
Ic a* much by thundershowers of Commissioner, and a handfulof Beach Saturday Sunday they con eight; Ramona Ware,. seventeen: Kiwanis 2 11 FOOT I.. POWDER odor, TODAY<.i Thx. at UP STUART iwMtf
as by eleven enthusiastic spectator who braved the rain, tinued on their Cocoa Jaycees 2 It tGf"R '.
$150,000 spray way to: Randy Rabe, twenty-two,; Hal Elgin .__ .
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Icyi f water skhers, en route from the skners graciously /spent 'the New Smyrna Beach and Jacksonville Fred Dcfticn', twen ,
necessary time m polite "How-! thirty-four; ---------- - - - - - - - -
St, Petersburg to the New YorkWorld' ," before off to Beach in Florida; St Simons ty-one, and Jim Gray thirty-eight!
Lang I
A$ ;; Two new I dys going 1 Island and Savannah, Ga., Beaufort

successful of
V Fair, reached Langford ford Villas to slip Into something Upon completion SURFBOARDS9ft.,6in.
filed by Charleston, and Georgetown: the daring1 journey, the will
missioner Mann shortly before dusk Saturday dry is a preliminary to dinner and S C. group ,
; Southport Wrightsville,
I, $750,000 libel having completed the second bed.The Morehead City, Bclhaven/, and make numerous guest appearance
at the Workf Fair and
leg of their 1,600-mile trip.Greeted started from St Peteon on national
Stuart Mayor by Frank A, Wacha, Friday group, stayed overnight at Fortye" Elizabeth. city N. C.; Norfolk, television shows Jim Gray, .
'ANDINOCO The suit is "Va { Solomons and Baltimore, Md.; father of the idea and
chairman of Martin! County Board and came on to Jensen spokesmanfor $6 995
May primary i : Cape May, Ocean City Atlantic the water skncrs, when asked
lull time Stimmcll : City and Allenwood N.J., and why the trip was being attempted BOARD .
I Martin County 'A uthorized by Someone'Asks New York City, commented: "A large percentage
0E 1, ing The enterprising group has beestraining of northerner think: only of St "// It's New Jim Has It First"
sign because : daily for the past four Petersburg as a retirement center '
i activities and of Bill for months and has made; several 1 side for the old'folks We wish to cor+
lor's purpose Payment trips of 100 miles or better to develop reel this image and at every opportunity -'. & A BAIT &
tator of Martin stamina and endurance for along the way,will point
Miller filed Operation of a Year AgoA the long journey, out we are a youthful vibrant city, Jl I llwl 5 TACKLE
June 16. asking ; : Members of the troupe and ther| in addition to !being a' haven for :
1 to hi 227"I Carol Patton, our dearly beloved senior citizens.." :
damage ages are: nmeteeit;
of the Doctors I and beaten at Indiantown and sent .
representative Alternate AlA and Old Dixie Jupiter
1 I. Stimmell said Paula Young, nineteen; Dave Out. "After all, Gray went on to i
Business Bureau of West Palm I tor St" Marys Baker a man .
with sixteen ten, Michael Gutted, "St. has 80
"y7fpN I. Beach presented the Martin was later tried for the crime but twenty-two laY Petersburg over "' DIAL 746.3790
The motions Commission with $ jury found him not Baker twenty-one; Bohbi Kuykendall, 000 school kids and it took a lot
ty a a .
ilZ'tk thirty nmer Betty Orsmi, thirty. of folks to accomplish that.
Thursday asked hill Tuesday which he Ceun'l said. he knew i a young. :
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GIth1 I nite statement owed for a cranial medical and surgical authorization
'1sS placet, and a patient from Martin .
r melt allegations- Aug. 4, 1963 at Si Mary's Gore survived the operation and
also asked the pital. reportedly lives in St. Lucle County

JS1lN TY19flgkrirp sixteen each of points the ( v. E Cline, mirenu Ho"l ,
tative told the commission.
.i and .severally" ", John Gore of Indianlown was admitted I\fARIlN I MEMORIAL:
fense and
the with j HOsrlTALBirthsMr
contained In to hospital a I
agraphs' crushed skull on approval 0 f and Mrs, Ronald
Bill BERRY AGENCY are redundant.. : "someone' in the Martin County i Houck, a son July 23, Mr, and
material, or Welfare Department," but since Mr*. Kenneth Cooke, a son, July
620 COLORADO AVENUE noi constitute that time the person authorizing 23; Mr, and Mrs Charles Digby,
TELEPHONE 28T-Q966 claim, o( the :the medical expunsc' has nut* been a SOIL, July,24)).Mr. and Mrs.4licn- I
defendant' located.Cline. ard Gibson a daughter, July 26, :
said the surgeon in charge Mr. and Mrs Joe Brown, a son, ,
of the operation I reduced' his hill I July 27July I
Considerably because it was a charily 21-Admitted, Leona If
case, 'but the' hospital would Chambers, Urfie White, Ella f
\like to collect l some of :the bill: Siamey, Carl Kissing Alice All- II
BOAT since the hospital is a charitable man, and Herbert Newsome; dis. WHY BUY A LITTLE KNOWN VRANd WMiM yOU CAN! GET FAMOUS OOODYBAA* AT TH PRI,E It

Institution charged Warren Merrill. Olivetti I
West Uke Off Indian Avenue, Fort The commission said it knew Simmons Jack Lawrence, and
MARINE RAILWAY FlttHNC nothing of the matter and that Barbara Hunter
CI-IRYSLER such problems were handled by July 22-Admitted, Helen I PAth.h'V
Commissioner Herbert Bruner whois Virginia Munro and i
AMERICA'S MO. 1 MARINE on vacation, The commissioner Mrs Ronald Houck; discharged! ,
Rural Route No. I, Stuart, Florida Dial agreed to check into the bill as Mrs Carl Cooler and baby girl \
BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS soon as Bruner return! Mrs Ralph Carter and baby boy, % "A
Agent for AI Pflurger Inc. A check with Sheriff Roy C Eva Peoples and Euretha Apple- WITH \ .
Baker show Ghee was robbed! gate COMPACT X BIG-CAR SIZE
--- .... 23 Admitted, Me-
...... July Proxy f.
I Ray, Barry Blake, James Clark 6.00 113 TUBELESS ?TUFSYN i 8,00 x 14 TUBELESS d
Two Accidents and Mrs. Kenneth Cooke: discharged .. t .
GOLF Ella Siamey Prances -r 2 For
In City Tuesday Glenn, Leona Chambers, Georjt-. + Or ,' My.i.Mt..s. Russet .
ana Dawson' Mrs Ronald Houck: \
Damage estimated, in excess! of and baby boy, Gracie Suitor and ., .na t
New Martin Golf & '
County $710 were sustained by vehicles Earl Cason' $ Ot ri U iM" I tarn .
ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Tan right jwt involved in two traffic accidents July 24-Admitted, William ; 24 IIUS". .. .altl.,(to IS.'0".OLDIIt MODUS. $3 fOUr" ,

New Bridie to Beach Tuesday koonce. Alex Lyp, Stanley Hilde __ "' J
At 340: pm, Patrolman Frank Ai f
reth 'lworth. Albert .
j NEW SUMMER 7. emba investigated a collision at I Cieebcn, Edwin Andrews and New ."J"....'-'' Ah..W.alh' 2 Famous Blackball Nylon tire, All with Weather: -
f COMPLETE Fifth and Cortci between a sedan Mrs Charles Digsby, discharged, tire. with Tu yn Rabbet ; t .' \Tulsyn Rubber ,
driven 'hy Terry S, Gclnett: 648Hryant Clarence Holappa, Viola Ingram, -
18-IIOLE COURSE $ Avenue, and William H, Fred Owens, Virginia Munro goo CAR 'T: ; : 'w"
Wagner of North River Shores BIG CAR SIZE'SIZES
...... ...... ...... .. .. ...... ...... ...- .... No a e placed and no Cooke James and Clark baby and boy Mrs. Kenneth 7,50 14 O' .

-.. ELECTRIC CARTS one :injured, Damage to ('pclnett's JulY 25-Admitted Mary Lucille it : 850 i 14 TUBCLESS: : .

IS Hake .. .. ...... .. suo car was estimated at $3<0, Lou and Donald Benefield;
9 Hole* .. ... .... 3.08 and to, Wagner's station wagon atWOO discharged, Walter Hoffman John 2 For :'U O'2For: .
Davis, Urfie White, Albert Oeeben, : .
At 9:30 Patrolmen Billy Donald Benefield and Catharine ..
hurry .
: Chase and Barnes charged: Scott its and {ttrk.sA
ND"'PlNmATtON FEE $'M."/" Josiah P. Wilbar, Port Salerno, JulY 26-A.JmltLed.( Incite Clan $32 bra, s( ) \40' lea sap.

SINGLE MEMBERSHIP .. gOM with failing U) yield the rlght-of ett, George Parks, Willie Haynes, Jew t+r ,, .. am d
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP! ... .. 100,M way after his car collided with the Frances Glenn, John Seward Alvin JWt qr
DRIVING RANGE AND vehicle driven by lancy HaroldWildon. .. Hoopauch... and Mr*. Richard New Nylon Ah Weathet ,,/wi/..Iffl t- Fa_ Nylma. AllWeatherSlaekwell !
MIXED COMPLETE Monterey Road, while Gibson; discharged Alice Altaian bras with l '.'ip, "/ ;.-iW ia4Ives' wica r'''nNr Tn WItI. N" Rabber
DRINKS AND nuking, a left turn from Colorado Rubber y
Proxy McRsy. and Barry Blake, .) Tdsyn sM.i, : W6j.wgp "'"9' hue" Ge
BEN 1IARTIG Avenue on to U. S. 1 I. Daman* Jury 27-Admitted, Mrs. loe
were estimated at $100 to Vvil- Brown, Marilyn Ellsworth Lilly : .MONEY'DOWN
bar car and $:
was injured. key Jessica: Kenny lots Kenny,
Judy Kenny. Jerome Kenny and ( !

CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. Charles Florence Die Shaffer,by and; discharged baby boy' John Mrs, -

Mahler, Herbert Nevrsome, Lilly .
EVERYTHING Smith and Edith 'fre ler. 1 UP TO

Complaint Against J 12 MONTHS !

m Srr: : George! Trovers Is ._____ .J j TO PAY I ,, _

Hack Unopened
Mom A complain, mailed to George
NDERBIKD 0Ai Traver in Alexandria Va.. nanv SHOCKS MUFFLERS
inc ham as a defendant 'hi a unit
for several thousand dollars,, has
rM3> been returned wR+pened County B 8t'.A.. INSTALLEDIICAVY
Baal TUIlrs ACCESSORIES Attorney Dean Tooker told) the
**-rtm County Commiwton' Tuesday 8
I. An I footer said a simitar complaint *..ty S I UI each
-' has !been accepted" bv Walter Trav.en .
GRUMMAN MARINA I hit wife, and Hideaway Islet
'* Inc
AMERIU'$ IINIST" UNQ I The complaint el.im s ttte Traven -
owe several thousand] dollar GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

440 ROUTE 707, RlO-ftNSEN BEACH. for road Creek and bridge week o'erDewey II

J J patently Tooker refined taM thai to Travtn accet .the t- 287-4242 257 E. OSCEOLA 2871243"A

tenet and "there appears link thatcaa
be done to force him."


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lift.' and; Mt, It.ll'h.I; \\CIJ: mJ ing! (,reen k, \ lid Iml..inataols.. Tilt Sit \RT (Florida) NEWS ThursJ.ii Salt 30 t, 1964 54

l .'' .. faqM. Ban ."* PW JMVC moved l -
1 hw. to Bartow where Mr At era uiU! t .1 i ml I Mrs ( tries Haves Sergeant Np-i;
...... ...,.. I > be emp\! ed 1 In an ammonia 1\" \ !base is guests this week. Mrs I RfttufoU 1 I
Ha Mr. and Mrs J.
; >es parents
-----'If t ,\ P WMw L. Warren and! her. brother. Bob California Is Toreador
., > JuaneU Prevail et oJ MIM by Warren \S4o % on leave from ;
LIL. Sandra Mmon ;ire vesting Nrrs an .V Force Nike" in MontMa
Rune Armstrong in BoHe Glade. Her 0a/e* 1\1". Armstrong i is Ml. Prevail' Ga. ton ot Mr and MrRan- ma 'Sergeant Randall said that he
t anna NV Randall of Saturn Ave- hoped to enter the hull rings QtMCMVO
oyr ;. t N!ldtnPJflc'r! Mr and Mfs. John Monroe! piar. .Hone. bound j 1 is now serving wkJi on Jxave troth/ 1 Ji )n
: Me. end Mrs R. E. Beach and have moved fryro St. teem Acres i*rah the Tuilical; Air ( Oiqntiads\ Air force ditties.
children. S)h'lli and Diwakt, u>*nl : to the uniiHite Apartments Mr.'' (fAn) *2nd Tactical fighter Vmg _. ---- -
Monroe the Indiantown Tele- '
I is
.' the day at their home in InJtuntow m ( e\\rlle Ar B. Vntarville. ( ahfSfani .
.. Then continued their trip I' P.lv.m. cotPkpY, > pHuupcrinllR) i Charjtp Ueduced
to Naplas where they will May fora !' 1; : Ibleifl..veg trof In Slaying I ITcrpDoretha
couple of dais "r. al\'l '.rry reloP1" ",
jtea :J .'.WI Harden ,twentx .Mof
Mrsanvla Prevail ( pent $! Ciornci. KIM held to the M.irtii>
Thursday and Friday in Belle, haffil aJlhe(, C y. W'f'N ) County !grand |iirlmd.i I > i in
Glade visiting I with her mother ,
," > Martin
0 g '" prNf Count Court on u charge:
Mr. Rose ArmstrongMr : 1 lInh'wn )':- f repower r lit 11II9I. of second degree murder in the
and Mrs Kenneth Hughes 9 t efllpsnsy. l V S. err I fatal shifting of Sojio Bun,h on
1 lrTJ niovetl into their new home 0 n he sergeant !JhoUni- I hits I 11 I. Her bund was RI II V
I 'In 1 1957. 4848 of Mar la_. His VXI !S '
Tiger Billy Cixirt Saturday July tMtnls were v.raiy > J ( Judge Fvans? ( rir\ It
e 25T enrcJIed in all msiituiiom of higher the former Romi ,OonialcJJtaJrili I Bunch was u caretaker and I
; iMrning. puMjc and) private. in Dorelhg cnl1lol1-law husband
Mr and Mrs. Charles. haves norlJj. | IHI fall th"h'I'r..: |0l9Vj ., tits last. assignment was in. Spain, She was first charged cub mur
anj non Michael returned home II t IN fxpectid t.i' double again where he became: : profc&Jopgj/ der which "reduced h> murder
wlurday after a vacation in Bowl Ky J 1970.) reaching. 11I.nUI). .t ull.fillhltr en hn leaves, 'Pi/ore in the second degree
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AHEAD OF SCHEDULE is the way County Commissioner Jack nal two pilings have been erected. WlUurnoon reports the contractor DISCOUNT W STORES
Williamson describes work being done on the new Indiantown i is working* full time with a full crew and Dukerxon Inc. !is
I high level bridge. On the north side of the St lucie Canal up to date on approach work. yVilliamson would not speculateon QuMtlty Iklihtt llM nt4 _
'all test pilings have been put in place 1 On the south side of the ca the dale of completion of the million-doll-plun bridge.

Mcola. Mrs Rebecca Paul is the
New Post Office BuildingAt Brook granddaughterPFRSONAU.: I


Indiantown SoonIf Rev and Mrs Albert: Hayes and TV TUBES
Ready daughters Carol) and Becky, former KOSHER DILL PICKLESAdd
residents of Indiantown, spent A.d, Tubs for. ..
last weekend here visiting with
If ra work under way on the new All that remains to be done on Lumher: Company expires July friends! Rev. Hayes is a student at RADIOS; PHONOS, H.fl| Etc. ;;
n Post Office continues i the new facility near the Seaboard 31, so contractors are rushing to Baptist Bible Institute Graceville.He spice to any meal with! ,
through this week, the new build- Air Line Railroad depot is electrical complete the new post office. is pastor of the First Baptist -r
ing will be completed by Friday work, air-conditioning work I Postal offic'als! plan an official Church in Ponce de 1-eon The these jUSlatCl lpting!, appetite
with a moving date during the and floor tiling. opening and an open house at the evening message and special mu- authentically ANY SIZE =
week of Aug 3, County Commis The lease on the present" post new building, hut no definite date sic at the Dunklm Memorial Baptist provoking!
sioner Jack Williamson reported. office, belonging: to the W & W I has been: net.Completion. Church were given by him. I prepared Kosher Dills.
of the of. I
I new post ANY TYPE
lice this week will be welcomedby Mr. and Mrs Harold ggc
local post office employes. The and children Stevie and Roan, Cmii a:,
INDIANTOWN NEWSMRS. : building has been under! construction visited Lookout Mountain in Tennessee r.l.unge ALL NEW
I 1 nearly a year and has been They left July 16) and returned -
DOROTHY McAI 11ST ER, Correspondent the focal point of considerablecourt July 21Congratulations I.

... .... .., ,,,, action because of contract to Jimmy Odom
; """""""' problems Test Year Tubes. Free! AI isms are equipped. with"
_. who celebrated hit I twenty-first
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IFD BARBECUEThe Conservation, Agriculture She and her I birthday July 25, and to John Compare at 69cPowerful tfct I.,,., medal. electrtnU' tube fiiNr. Complete
Drainage Systems. gave
Indiantown Fire Depart- Bowling Green will preach this Henry Williams who celebratedhis
ment and Auxiliary sponsored! a opinion for soil, as road to, and what building can be drain done revival. to A all.cordial invitation is extended eighteenth birthday July 24. stogie ,f ncoiitllrUMfy guore"r..4 1 the( i "moats)
barbecue for their families Sun
age in Indiantown. Mrs Nygard William I. Sowers returned home tubei Oft bead 1.
day afternoon. July 26 Is a graduate civil engineer I Thursday Julv I I" after a business -
The barbecue: was held at the FN ROUTE TO AUSTRIA
i trip to Cherokee N. C. He
home of Dr W. W. Wirt. About FAREWELL PARTY I Mrs Jim Wright and son, Micky, will visit with his family for a SILENT LIGHT SWITCH
seventy-five people attended. After left Wednesday afternoon, July few days and return to Chero. I I J
everyone had! eaten, the chil- A going away party was held 29, for Salzburg. Austria to spend kee and! Wmsion-Salem.
dren enjoyed a swimming party in honor of David Davis and three weeks with her parents Mr. Compare Flush! To,.( In the doctor's pool. David Leighow Sunday night at Congratulations to Sparkle Due at 79c
"" Ire .Dttnklut" Mcwnrnl.. tfrptr Wright fly. MtJ.ltls has a !u" l.r&JitJcctaDJIn-,: M' try. and tin who celebrated her seventeenth f 10" CRADLE FAN t>'(pe. Cubic "Silent Kinrf"
KIWAMS SPEAKER Church. Games were"played' and three brothers, Isidor Joseph and birthday July 24. MIss Dustin 1,1 operates silently and efficiently .
refreshments served. visiting in Miami. She will no '
Mrs. Betty Nygard spoke at the David I George Mrs Wright has been return home until August.Mr ends unnointf
Those attending were:
Kiwanis last !! away from her home thirteen years f.t the lessee "h.re'lr. ;
meeting Wednesday
afternoon. Her topic was "Soil. Davis, David Jack Leighow Wall, John, Bill Henry Mar. The only contact she has had and Mrs Herbert French : ae.bI 1. .Quietly.. HIN ..r. snitch noise. Silver con
tin Billy with her family I was with a sister and children Carol and Chip from t.U..1. hen .. :
MM ,three ea ally
Williams Leon Ricky tacts. Fully Guaranteed.
who lives in California She saw Greenwood, S. C, and Van Un- o .
ANNOUNCING Yoder, Danny Raye Tucker. De her ten years ago and her brother derwood from Madcria Beach. I tflwiUbl tvbwl r cr"*lle" Itvn
REOPENING lane Mills!, Janet McAllister, Joseph who visited her three guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Henry were .1' "f.rfvly.,|, fltitnt, Id fy'Compare (
Slocumb, Brenda Tin ley, / I iI
yean ago I. ighow for a week Mrs. FrenchIs ; ,
IITRELAINE KENNELS: Beth Loll. Sandra MeAIIi ter, Sadie Mr and Mrs. Wright have six Mrs. l. ighow's siiier, and Mr. I
Yoder. Patty Dcarian, Mrs children. Her parents have never Underwood their
John father
R. Motley, Mgr.Boarding
McAllister, Rev and Mrs.
Floyd seen any of their grandchildren
Day Week Ted Lott, and Mr and Mrs. Richard Miss Churolette McAllister cele- !
Month Yoder. 1ST GRFAT-GRANDQnl.n brated her twentieth birthday Friday '
I July 24. 6 mI
Obedience Tratnbf Congratulations to Rev and I
KEVIVtL AUG. 2 TO 12 I Mrs. W. P. Brooks on the birth Mr and Mrs. J. A. Slay re-
Grooming A revival will be held! at the of their first great-grandchild turned home Monday afternoon '12.95 Q IJ
5401 S. Federal Highway Dunklm Memorial Baptist Church The baby, a girl was born Sat. July 27. They have been visiting| at
Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378 Aug, 2 through.IJ.: I urday, July 2J The parents are with Mr. Slay's mother in De- J
The. Rev. ; Durrance of Mr. and Mrs. V"n'Paul of Pen-, Funiak Springs I

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proof please k mll,'-. I out* are .wer. la digest| -. .
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i I'WIII'1i' odors. Imply stipe with a soapy pon'i$| food
l1 lankly. rkwt 1 anayt!
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{u J'?,!'hey cSM I.en ({teir Standard'bir M 'mrt ;unit na 'tigtr, f ft. fhto gtg asa saw,

duo cotajfirj uioefm-d'f cool. Iv.assr'akerta ....... Ie.- Ie ...... .......,.
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a bigfi ipiitkuQiudlity\ awure complete combustion, full hatd- r1ll1t'power.t

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'- TUB STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, July 30, 1964 ted to the program. Eighteen teach' I Sewalls Clark-Fripp I/ '

era were employed and industrial PointIs
Ratio arts, German, plane geometry, art Marriage at
High of Adult
Diplomas (water and oil) and art appreciation Get
to Less
Valdosta Ga.
were added to the courses, ,

Adult Education Program Here then students.being taken by a record 313 Road FinancingThe nie Mrs.Fripp Myrtice announce Clark their and

The program was really pick- Sunday, July 19, in
ing up momentum by this time, Town of Mrs Fripp i i. the daughter

students and the enroll year 1962-63 Although saw there 407 lost some of its Sewalls land and Point will has act and he is Mrs.the Cordon of Mr Hampton and I
Expanded Under E. B. HortortIOulof4 I less money this son
year from its
was no increase in the two and tion of the Martin County Road por. Kenneth Hampton, all of
one-half unit allotment, the number
and Bridge Fund
of instructors grew to twenty-
ssr --Ir- one, and elementary education, Each year the county return TEN WERE FINED
citizenship education and French about half of its road tax to the IN CITY COURTIn
were added to the subjects taught cities and towns. Since 1958 the Municipal Court i
Last three units Town of Bewails Point has had a evening. Judge Harry F.
year, or 2,700 small
Diplomas Go section of Hutchinson- posed ten fines, eight for
hours were granted for the program -
land included in
and a further onequarterunit tax assessment offenses, one for display
Auditors recently took the Wand deadly weapon and one
added December.
was in
To GrownupsBy Even so, many classes were forcedto portion from the town and noted decent exposure; estreated
close down by February or the town had been paid sometimes fines, all traffic; deferred
I too much and sometimes too lit of traffic, ay'r"
BUNNY ABBOTTOne March as 579 students flocked in tle since 1958. in single cases
to keep twenty-six teachers busy. ing the peace and open ;
out of every four persons A nightly average attendance of After a discussion, the auditors, continued one case of open
receiving a high school diplomain 'I almost seventeen students the county, and! the town agreed fanity and one of failure to
Martin County during the past class led to an aggregate student-per on a settlement of 52.7'7.81. The an occupational license, !
will be
'five yean obtained it through thecounty' hour attendance of 49,624 hours. money retained by the one traffic case and found
adult education II county from current Sewalls Point defendant not guilty in
program. Forty-two high school diplomaswere road funds.MINERAL!. I
The state average is one out of issued, to adult school students
,ten. between September, 1963, GOLF WINNERS !\ i
This, briefly, explains why E and April, 1964, to bring the total WATER: COFFEE Amita Johns won the
B. Horton has been appointed of diplomas issued to 176 in AND MEN'S GARTERS:: low net contest among

full-time director of adult educa ., five years. on a display of bottled of the Ladies Golf
tion, and why the program will d4 I Students between the ages of mineral water in a local grocery Martin County on Tuesday :
,be almost twice as extensive dur sixteen and sixty-six have attend reads, "Try it in your coffee, you crude Minnehan and fiea I d
ing the 1964-65 school year a* it ed the Martin County adult school will like it." We prefer cream in over nine holes.MARTIN.
was last year, and twelve times as since 1957 Entire families have ours And, while still on a com
.extensive as it was in 1957-58, the enrolled in the program, and a mercial vein, we are glad to report COUNTY'S
first year of the program.By father and son have been graduated that at least one Stuart store ONE-STOP I
1963-64, adult education at the same time. still/ stocks men's garters in single
,was offered in nine centers. For :( But perhaps the most unusual and double-grip, as well as long- BOOK, BIBLE
1964-65, a tenth is expected to student of this county' adult I handled underwear for men. No RECORD Shop I
;:be added Already included in tho school was a man who had drop. hors collars though at our hardware '
program have been Martin County ped formal schooling in the eighth stores
; Senior High, Martin County i grade. Subsequently he took a
:Junior High and Stuart Training four-year course at the School of The L). S, Department) of Labor BOOK AND RECORD: ,
'School in Stuart; Carver Gardensand .r, I'' Combustion In Chicago; a three- estimates Florida's labor force will I 329 EAST OCEAN
; Port Salerno Elementary : year course in the American Mutual Increase 67.4 per cent between Closed AD Day \Vedne !
Schools in Port Salerno; Hob :
Alliance School of Insurance; 1 I960 and 1970 .
Sound and Dunbar Elementary E. B. HORTON, DIRECTOR OF ADULT EDUCATION I attended Harvard University for ----
Schools in Hobe Sound and War. one year to learn electrical distribution -
field and Booker Park Elementary hail been wittt the adult program considerable improvement and i ; took a two-year course in
Schools in Indiantown. It is hoped since its inception' hroihle has personal advantages.In I English and letter-writing and
, that the program will be extended now been relieved DC"fchores 1958-59, one unit or 900 took International Correspondence
' to include Jenseh Beach and feels; that the adult hours was permitted for the course and other home study courses for
;during the next school year. program should progress by leaps and general business, practical five yeari
Horton, who until now has and bounds now that he can give math, music, homemaking. shell- He held licenses and certificates
"doubled in brass"by handling also his undivided attention to it. craft and general education were from nine different Mates as an
:the job of coordinator of the "When Martin County openedits added. Twelve instructor taught engineer and a boiler inspector
Distributive Co-operative Training doors to adult school in 1957," 152 students that year. And he finally was graduated p s.P .
' at Martin County Senior High says Horton, "very little was known There was no increase In the from Martin County adult school.
about what it was or what it at. number of hours or the numberof Presently Director Horton I is
Professional tempted to do. Consequently very instructors in 1959-60, but the working out schedules for the : svf
little interest was generated by the enrollment jumped to 178 and 1964-65 program, paying particular I II
Hearing Aid ServiceJAY program" general science was added to tho attention to helping school I
Nevertheless, during the 1957- curriculum.An drop-outs to complete their di
A. BYRNE, 58 session ninety-seven! students additional half-unit gave the plomas.The .
Certified Hearing Aid enrolled, and, with six teachers, program/ 1,350 houn in 1960-61, full details of the forth.coming .
pursued courses in typing hook. fifteen teacher were employed, and 'how to register
Audiologist keeping, general! shop, shorthand and enrollment climbed to 223. will be contained in another
Specialists! In Quality Hearlna art. Spanish( homo sewing and Basic review course In science, article of this scries.
Aids, Batteries, Ear Mold and English for the foreign born. math, social i studies, English and
The adult school operated for literature were added, In orderto :
Repair of AU Makes only one-half school yeur, con.lumina adults for high school
Three Phases in
506 N. 7th Street. Fort Pierce .
one half unit or 4M) hours diploma[ through passing General
(1. Block N. of Fire\ Station) of instruction The results were Educational Development Tests ?
HOward 1-3035 gratifying in that many students In 1961. 2. two and one-half The Dove Season 7 i it it
.felt that the course had given them units or 2,250 hours, were! allot-
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Florida hunters will have a three- 1
phase season for migratory dove .
DUE TO EXPANSION THIS FALL. hunting during the 1964-65 sea :. I
on, according to A. D AMrk-h,
director, Game and Fresh Water ,
Fish Commission. I
I ri
The first phase will be open for
Restaurant dove hunters Oct 3 through Nov. ..
8. The second phase opens Nov. ->
14 to run through Nov. 29. The .
third phase will be open Dec. 19 < .
709 S. Dixie Highway Jensen Beach through Jan. 4.. t'r-.r jJ, ..\
will be allowed from .'
Shooting ,. <.
noon until sunset of each open .....J..1"" '.;,,,, .
day. Daily bag limit for dove will ".::: '; 1J1.T.I .
Has Some Used be twelve, with, a possession of L .."tt":;,r' rk ..1. : \ :

two days' bag. :,., .
Other rules for migratory game .. ,. ...." .. ( '}-..( ,..{, .
during the 1964-65 '" l .
.. .' .
hbnaa \ ui 1. .l .
RESTAURANT follows .of 1" ,
as : ( a .
i si\ ".: r ,10'. "
gallinule), open Sept. 5 throughNov. f t ; '\ .", /"
13, with a daily bag of fifteen
and a total possession of
thirty Woodcock open Nov. 14 t !
and closes Jan. 2 with a daily bag : No\UhHEARTHI!
limit of five and total possession !
of ten. Snipe season! opens Nov
14 through Jan. 2 with a daily bag
of eight and total possession of
sixteen: Daily shooting hours for :
rails, woodcock: and snipe are
from sunrise until sunset
Waterfowl hunting-for ducks, DDdB'DYS are
geese and coot-will be announced -
later when established by the
U. S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries
and Wildlife. '

APPlICATIONS FOR slashing pricesas

Daniel Peter Solomon, West
Palm Beach, to Marly Ann Zill,

s : $ Delray Benny Beach Jerry McAllister, Indian- never before

r r Stuart.town, to Mary Josephine Luce, -

Arthur Lee (towering to Annette -
Bates, both of Stuart.
John Gartley Mawhinney to
Betty Ana Shamblin both of Stu

FOR DOMESTIC AND RESTAURANT USE art.Harry Polly Rebecca Charles Bmgtey Anderson, both Jr. of to

Fort Pierce. ''t .
h'B'h'h::: :; of JeasenBeach. .' ,.c\\

WOOD. 600'1'111r1'CII FORMICA TABLE. ,TOP, NeNon. Ralph Walters Fort'
(IDEAL FOR PA"HO OR PICNIC: USE! ) lauderdalc! to Mary D. Voigt.of .
Deerfield. VP
2 GLASS SHOW CASES 1 COCA-COLA DISPENSER tarry Kent West to Mantis lee
Dahl. both of West Palm Reach.
1 2-COMPARTMENT MILK MACHINE Luis Cadero Carabalto, Port Salerno
to Jackie Lee Kitchen: Start

,13 COUNTER STOOLS 1 LARGE MAGAZINE RACK Now's the time to join the swing to the success cars of the year-the fabulous '64 Dependable

1 SMALL MAGAZINE RACK CITY errs ORCHIDS from Dodge! New model time is fast approaching and your Dodge Boys are determined to move
1 CASH REGISTER STAND 1 CHEST TYPE FREEZER An unusual letter from Stuart out every one of their great Dodge Dependables-even if it means slashing prices to the bone!

Chamber of Commerce was read Fabulous 440's. Giant 880's. Delightful Dodge Darts-all at prices that have to be seen
to the City Commivsion Manager
Joe powder Monday night! to be believed I Go see your Dodge Boys today and make the deal of your life on the car of
WORK'TABLES DISHES CUPIIOLDER "*** "..* . unusual in that it did! not your
Include the usual request for money. life-64 '
Instead. H commended thCunimmuoa Dodge
Plus Many OIlIer Items on its effort to,f,1o,

prove the city by planning .new i ig
lighting, the beautification oll U- j..'
S. I and the improvement To f ULMER MOTORS .

A portable thip-to-thor radio ttt SOUTH DIXIE ,
WILL NOT REFUSE ANY REASONABLE OFFER telephone weighs learn than five DODGE

oundi.; will float and baa a nag BOYSA
of Mveaty-Gv mile*. \


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HIE STL ART Florida) NEWS Thurwlay. Juts 30, 1964 1-B

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![New' $235,000 Rest Home for Elderly to the

:'Is Being Built Off U.S. 1 Hobe Sound

, I
space. I es, and a cook. In all probability How pretty and comfortable the \ ,
Situated on There are three sections to the, a ptmician at nearby Hobe new rest manor will be can be
building. The left wing will have I Sound will be on call in case of summed up in a remark by a twen- ,
thirty private and semi-private emergencies. Most patients will ty-five-year-old 1or "Gee it's Citizens
10-AcreSite I ,t
nice. I'd like to have there I
a room
Coon). The right wing will house have their own personal physician. ; ;
the kitchen\ dining room and recreation According to Siegfried who I is myself LJ I
"Rest I, relaxation! and! friends room.
the developer and builder of Hobe 11 \\f
ho care," is the croJo of Martin The center section will have a, Hills Estates, the rest manor will Damage Suit Is i ,,
County's newest home for the reception room, offices a therapy be more than just a building.
kJeri)'. Spring Lake Rest Manor room, an emergency room and an I "We are going to try to make
The new $235,000( rest home isolation room. Oxygen will he our rest manor as home-like as Based on Child
for the aged is now under con- piped in for ready use.! An additional -I possible. We will want the guests
struction by Al Siegfried, Hobe twenty rooms will be con who live here to be as happy and Falling in PitA ofMartin
Sound contractor, with an opening structed next year. II contented as they can be. One of i,
date and open house scheduled Each room wilt have televisionand the things that will help in this
for[ October. telephone "jacks" or plug-' will be the elimination of specific damage c suit in "excess of
Located in a natural amphitheatre ins. The entire 'building will be 1 visiting hours. In other words, $10,000" against the Sam Rhodes
setting on U. S 1 just north airconditioned.Not friends and relatives may come Construction Company and W
of Hobe Sound, the estate has ten all of the work will be on I any time they like" Siegfried said. II. Wagner has been filed in Murtm .- >fr Ice j 1sroA"
acres, a man-made lake that looks the inside of the building. Sieg He added: "We also feel sure Circuit Court.
inviting. and a natural woodlandarea fried plans to landscape the that our patients will have all the I Plaintiffs in the suit are Paul
all prerequisites to attract grounds. He will have outside re I modern conveniences: available for Wilder, a minor, through his father County
Ihote who consider themselves in creational areas for horseshoes and their use and enjoyment. A. R. Wilder, and Wilder alan
the autumn of life. croquet.: There will be a puttinggreen There seems little doubt that the individual. At
The new rest borne in located and picnic area. He may I public thinks the same way as far The plaintiffs claim damages 4
about 400 feet from U. S. I, which Liter stock the lake so that patientscan I' as conveniences and comfort are based on negligence the suit says
helps to eliminate the noise from : fish. I' concerned. Already advance ap Paul Wilder fell into a pit used
the highway. It is of co Crete block Employes planned at the opening ,I plications na into the office :by the company: which containedterrazzo
construction and will i I contain include three registerednurses i and will be accepted throughthe and slacked lime, resulting
about 10,000 square feet of floor nurses aids, practical nurs opening date. in damage to his person
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The suit was filed by Evans
Crary Sr and A. J. 'one of Mil-
ler, Cone. Owen, Wagner and
Nugent of West Palm Beach. A
jury trial was asked.

OCEANFRONT company Ridge The Road fall was occurred Jensen building while Beach on Spruce, the on Built from the strength within, this symbol y yi t'( .;

March 2), 1962.Application. '
:i" f

: for 'r, I '"' stands for integrity, experience, 'reputationand ,

INVESTMENTS Rezoning Has a ",\ friendliness to all who have taken advantage ':

\ \Wider EffectMrs ,\

Ora Dell Turner's application i of any one of the many services offered .
for rezoning two lots of
ON HUTCHINSON McDonald's Subdivision to permit
the construction of a washas-mat
may lead to a considerable extension f by the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
of C-1 zoning In Lm). Dixie.The .
original request covered
only Ion 4 and ,. block 14, but, J
ISLANDIn In an effort to avoid spit zoning .. STUART.
the Planning Advisory Board recommended I I ..I"j .
to City Communion .
j '
the awning of a larger area to include '. : all"
: lots 1 0-2(1( block 9; lots I6 I I- f.. '.I"I I :d." "
and 15-18 block !10( lots IJ 20, "I")Il I Ira
; -
growing community like investments best made be.
a ours, arc block I It lots I and 2, "Mock 1)I : We homeowned home operated,
fore the In weeks have and lots l 5, block are a ,
accomplished improvements. recent you 14, all in Me- t.

j read of the completion of agreements and the signing of a contract Donald's.At Monday. evening's meeting, /' .,. t .' i. financial institution, unattached/ any

, with Southern Gulf Utilities to bring Stuart municipally treated the commission: instructed City '

I water to the island.Today's up Attorney the necessary T. T. Oughterton documents to for draw a '.; other' bank. Our primary aim is to as
public hearing to rezone the area J

\ news is that the first contract has been signed to pave from R-2 to C-l I. : .' list in the growth of/ Martin County.

I 1 I'/z miles of AlA Ocean Boulevard from Fort Pierce south, with Gideon Parolee i ...
j the final six miles to be put under contract in the near future. A \ ': .

total of $1350,000 will be spent to create a f Hutchinson Island Is Charged With ; ",...

Boulevard which should be a reality by this time next year. ;; ',' ';:, .. :,.

Grand Larceny \. .(.I"( ,'f'". / % f

CITY 'WATER UTILITIES THE NEW OCEAN An Athens Pa., mao is In M..... -, )
tin County Jail \
charged with grand :
larceny. .
/ -
BOULEVARD Add up to Increased Real Values John released D. Perry from fifty-a Pennsylvania'**, recently IRST, ,M.15 .- / .. ._""to
'" :
prison' under the "Gideon decision. l

was apprehended by Deputy .. ,
i in the FutureWe Sheriffs lames Mills and lames t" j' \ 'r } ,'
Holt Bridge.as he fished from Roosevelt <"' t I.I...J.e., ..'1"'. t I

A set of lire 1//', tools worth stout rf
have a number extremely attractive of/eritlll-lJlany of ''S-lWJ, reported stolen earlier from 'vi ,\fl. \
Dewey Motors of West Palm I :!
them Ocean to.Riter-on Htttchinson Island. Some of these
Reach. was found in the trunk ofPetry -- I
properties have (1)) Atlantic ocean frontage! ((2> double frontageon 'r car. alone with fishing. '
tackle and tits. One Nweans
the new Ocean Boulevard and ((3> Indian River frontage. In ass identified as lire belonging reportedly J r.nn.. :

j future development, it is possible that anyone of these four front. to urIC U the bridge tenders aw.r.N ;

\ ages may have a market value comparative to the single front I CARROlL W. BISHOP) ATONAL _

foot price at which the tracts are offered today. I HOMJK) GRADUATE : -
Private Carroll W. Bt..,.. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lcncsy B-.hn0. 't
TO OUT-OF-STATE READERS: You have followed the re. ,as recently graduated from Southeastern ", .\
in News about the Sisal School.; Fort Our.do.s. .
ports Stuart improvements coming the Ga. H. received a graduatenh
Island. On inquiry, we will be glad to send you listings and a map horn cerufioie and a let
ter of recocniiion from his com-
showing their locations. mantling. officer for being in the "
lop 10 per oeM of ht. c...... Private
B-*op to now stationed at I B
Port Challis, Art. t-II

C. B., ARBOGAST ASSOCIATES and BfUJOM nl.m* fonffie FAMHIF.IN:' I.NH.RA.NCKFlnrid owned; 11 9,44 4 vr. ANK OF STUARTYour haste:

*)., lift fewunitce. canines proviO-

Real Estate U'alerfront Properties Insurance brio lag at Sli.174MW(lie start of this war of ,protec-a new I'ull/ Service Dank Servinf Martin County lorOt'er31 Years
high record the nonuse of Life
252 Osceola Avenue Stuart, Florida Telephone 287-0440 I Inwranc* reports. TfcH comperes
*\tJMnjttn\ owned WITH TRUST TOWERSn
this SUM the flU before,

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THE STUART (free) NEWS Thursday, July 30, 1964 Friends InvitedTo
I 112.8 4 I May-Smith Wedding Held at Wedding Her

-- 17 Saturday, August]
I White City July
The wedding of Mist M.

SOCIAL NEWSMARY MM Jewell Anne May becamethe : groom. Fort Pierce and OeraU Luce and B. Jerry MiAUi
bride of Robert- Earl Smith in May. brother of the brkle be hew Saturda) Aug 1 at.

ceremonies, at die First Baptist For her daughter's in the First Methodist Ct
LINDSAY. Society Editor Office. AT 7.1\ sso I Church. White City, July 1 17 at Mrs May cfaone a twapece II The ceremony mil. be pert
730: p.m.Parents. suit with white aceeieonM an
numnv men by the Rev. Allan Stuart:
1 of the couple are Mr. corsage was an orchid. Mrs.
and Mrs. William May Stuart chose a navy blue dress with red friends are invited
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 Epsilon Zeta I I and the Rev. and Mrs Emory accessorial. Her corsage was a
i j.p j. David Smith Fort PIerce. The purple dfchid also PRESTOSS'ISIT HERt:]
OPEN MON. THRU SAT 7:30 A.M. TTL 9 P.M. j I bridegrooms father officiated at Following the ceremony a re- ON THEIR VACATION

OPEN SUNDAY 8 ,\.\!. 1 P. M. Held Social i | the double ring ceremony. with ception was held at the new home Captain and Mrs. E T Prj
The church was decorated
I of the bride and bridegroom Dec and daughters Annette and

Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Beta I I I two mums sprays and white of white gladioli chrysanthe-miniatureabcsswere orations were floral "spray and of Jane are visiting Stuart for ]
Phi held Us July social Sat. gladioli and chrysanthemum summer vacation. The Preston
other Candel-
urday, July 25, at the home of i{1 : on either : of the fern placed, around the table. former residcnst of Stuartare

Mr and Mrs. Frank Torow, Jensen I altar. An aisle cloth covered the Serving at the reception were now residing in Jackson]
Beach. | kv'r main aisle ending on the kneeling Miss Linda Bownds Mrs. Linda
Movies of the Halloween costume | : :: bench White satin bows were on Weltzbarker and Miss Linda Hcnsley Mr and Mrs James Col
YOU parties of 1962 and 1963 1r ; I each end of the pews. Miss Bownds was in chargeof and children recently made a!
were shown and guests at the par- I yj I I David Lundy. soloist, Ian f the bride's book. to Lithia where they visited)
I :' For her wedding trip to Fort Mr. and Mrs. H.
ty staged other entertainment.: I f ; 'O Promise Me Because, and parents S.
Those attending were: Mr and "The Lords Prayer which wa Lauderdale the bride chose a yellow rod, and other relative
Mrs Robby Robinson, Mr. and I I I sung while the couple knelt. two-piece sheath covered with
I (( SAVE Mrs. B. J. Abbott, Dr. and Mrs. : r s. Given in marriage by her father white lace and white accessories. I Dr. and Mrs. Reginald King
Bryan Fcathcrstone. Mr and Mrs. I I the bride wore a full-length Her corsage was the white orchid of Boynton Beach were gil
AI Hendry, Mr. and Mrs. RonnNelson. I zP gown: of white satin and Chantilly from her bridal bouquet. Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Ral
Mr. and Mr. Bob Crow lace with a flowing skirt ending The couple reside at 5608 'Ole- Byrum.Mr. .
der, Mr. and Mrs. Art Pitman, T ''In a chapel train. The rounded ander Avenue Fort Pierce. She
\ Mr and Mr. Dick Campbell, Mr. neckline was scalloped and the il a graduate of Martin County and Mrs. John King !
MOREU! and Mrs. Dick Pryor and Mr. and I tapered sleeves point-to-hand. Ai High School and he is a Dan Mc- I Lakeland recently moved to .V
Mr. Dick Cranfield. a i white !seed pearl tiara held t h t Carty High School, Fort Pierce: ""tin County and are residing I'
tiered veil. Her bouquet was a graduate lie i Is employed by Ear- Palm Lake Park
\ I white orchid with carnations ona mar) Oil Company '
Miss LuceHonored r white Bible A single pearl neck- Mr. and Mr;; Antone Ral

i lace was her only jewelry Summer Films to ter of Madison Avenue have
J\tl I Mr Shirley Howerton, Fort their guests their' daughter a I
at I Pierce, matron-of-honor, wore a Show on July 29 son-in-law, Mr and Mrs D.
\\lS1o"t P | yellow taffeta street-length dress Amato, and daughter, Miss
: : P tt J i with pleated skirt with yellow The Martin County Historical site D'Amato, of Cleveland, Ol
A Shower I eyelet. Her accessories! were white. Society will present two more filmsIn The D'Amato plan I to reij
| She carried a nosegay of yellow its summer film series Wednesday home this coming MondaySLACKS.

Miss Jo Luce, bride-elect fWfM NJ i tea roses with white ribbon. July 2V at 8 pm. at the Elli
Mary j I Bridesmaids Miss Lucy Michel ott Museum.
McAllister, was hon.
of B. Jerry
LOW-LOW PRICES ON ored last Wednesday evening at I and Miss" Judy Burkey wore dresses Titles are "Man Without a Counry" -
with yellow chiffon skirts and
miscellaneous shower at th. and The End of Blackbeard
home a of Mrs. Norma Leighton in\ white lace top. Their corsage the Pirate." Both are color films. FOR ALL OCCASIONS
DRUGS, BEAUTY AIDS Palm City LIEUTENANT (j J.g.) and Mrs. Herman Jacobs and children. Lisa, were also! yellow tea roses. The public is Invited. ThereIs dvoREGULAR
four and Monte, her Mr Best man was Eddie: Howerton, no admission charge but donations -
arrival, the honoree and year old two are visiting parents, and UNIFORMSFOR "
AND EVERYDAY NEEDS!IiiIGHy"'GUARD her Upon mother, Mrs. Clifford M. Mr*. V. R. McDonald of Halpatiokee Street. Lieutenant Jacobs I I. Fort David Pierce Smith, ,serving brother as of ushers the bride-were from non-member of the ALL OCCASIONSFRERE'S

Luce, were each presented with) with the United State Coust Guard and has recently received his society are appreciated.

an orchid corsage. Game were new assignment to Alaska Following his leave the family will go Mrs. W. H. Tucker and daughter -

enjoyed with the winners being. to Denver, Colo., for a week's visit before continuing on to Juneau VISITED MOUNTAINS Lieutenant Colonel I.n n a

1.19 bliss Lynn Flower Mauklm. and Mrs. Eeanor where they"expect to stay for two years. Mr. and Mr. Paul Combs returned Tucker of Bradenton, arrived Mon- UNIFORM & 1VLVTFRMT1

recently from a threeweektrip day to visit Mr. Tucker'a sister, WEAR
Gift wen displayed on a table Mrs. B. M Person, for several
in the North Carolina moun- 724 Orange Ave. Fort Plerrl

REG. 89* MOUTHWASH doll decorated and umbrella with a miniature and Miss Kathy bride- Anchorage Yacht Club Is tains Rock, and particularly Maggie in Valley the Blowing reion. days. ______

54 assisted Miss Lucie in -
Cabr' opning
They visited their daughter Linda -
her gift. Riviera CruiseThe who is a counselor at Crest- PELICAN LANDSCAP
A appointed refreshment
REC. 2.50 ridge Camp, Black Mountain -
table featured an arrange Miss Combs attended the
LILT Permanent; 1.47 ment of pink tea-rose and green Anchorage Yacht Club Js of their new "Pirates Den Lounge Summer camp for the past four
ery. Guests were \served by Miss planning a boat-a-cade for Saturday recently featured on WEAT-TV years and returned as a counselorin
Jan Leighton and Mrs. Henry Ca.: and Sunday, Aug 89. program "Night Life on the Gold her college freshman year at Specialists illLANDSCAPING
REG. 98< PRE-ELECTRC! >re. Yachts will depart from the Coast the University of Florida.
Other attending were Mrs club marina on Saturday mornIng is
GLIDE-ON 76REC. Ricky'! Sands Mrs. Van Smith, I and cruise the Intracoastal Motel. and! marina accommodations
Lotion Mrs. Martha Parson, Mr*. Ellen' Waterway, to the Buccaneer Yacht may be made in advance athe CARD OF THANKSWe
.uce, Miss Billie Kirby, Mrs Club Marina Riviera Beach for Anchorage Yacht Club office,
1.98 69 TABLETS Zena Leighton and Mrs. H. Luce an overnight May and return on phone 287-0360! immediately. wish to thank our many DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
friends for their cards
Sunday. Yacht departure schedule will prayers
1.63 -VISITS Club has he arranged by Commodore Sam visits and other kindnesses to us
PEPTO BISMOL MANN FAMILY The Buccaneer Maintenance Supervisionalso
Mr. Mattox'
during hospitalizationin
( I LWURYS, DeBERKYS arranged entertainment for visitors Rhodes.
and their guest from the Anchorage Members departing by car will Martin: Memorial Hospital, also\
Dr, and Mrs Leland Mann and Rev. Allan I Stuart and the -
REC. 1.49,12 OZ. "
including jive\ meet at the club and I leave
yacht -luli. !! bar
were weekend
daughter. Virginia, "" hospitat staff for ihcir spiritual- "'-
MAALOX "Liquid 86 guests of the Lowery And I DeBer. music f danced io ariiTTJie: use ".!p. >-ft and physical comforts; : A Wide Selection of Plants

rya In St. Lucie Estates Dr. Mann r.1,0;
II a distinguished scientist at Cape Brides-elect Are Honored Mr. and Mrs. Mattox Loop Road, Palm City Dial 287.1918
Kennedy. Miss Virginia Mann wait rAt &-! ysw .
route to Join her sorority sit.ters -. .- -- -- -
PSOMUNSsALTS 23 from Brenau College, Gamesille Luncheon Linen Shower i
Ga., for a Caribbean cruise

Mr am Mre.. Cecil Donaldsonhave Miaa Nina Katherine King/,bride- aunt of Miss l-uce and Miss Billie "BOOK"
SPRAt 1.27Ni returned from a Vacation I. of John Norris and Miss. Kirby, Coral Gable, one of Miss r
I Antiseptic trip to North Carolina where they Jo Luce, bride-elect of BTerry Luc bridal attendants
visited his daughter, Mr*. T. A. McAllister, were honored Mrs. Norris, Lake Jem and Your Clothes for School
Mrs. H. E. Indian. a
Steuart and family In Durham. Ea a luncheon-linen shower Thursday McAllister )
REC. PACK OF 20 route they visited his niece, Mrs. July 23. by Mrs. Donald town mothers of the bridegrooms-
1.94o'D William Nicks and family In Com Kelly and Miss lynne O'Kelly elect were unable to attend.
Capsules er. Ga. and his sinter Mrs. Doris at their home on Martin Road
Dickio in Madison I Flower arrangement/ were of LAURA SIPOS IN GERMANY
pink La France hibiscus, pink i presents
i Mill Laura 01
Sipos daughter
BOTTLE OF 100 weetheart roses and corisa.I .
Lee d-Woodrow Munch spent I Mr. and Mrs Charles Sipo. East
3.09 last weekend In Fail lathe with Out-of town guest were fifth Street. Is in
Kapseals S. A. Benedict. Rochester, N. Y.. vacationing
1 their brother, Holmes Munch, and I Frankfurt Germany She i It visiting : Fall and Back-to-

family.Mr. I with her uncle, Dr. Leonard
and Mrs. John F. Bonert MEETS ON MONDAYThe
Shampoo 67< and daughter Christy, have returned Mrs. Edna Coulant will be host.. School Fashions
, | to their home on Overlook regular meeting of the ess Thursday evening to member
Martin County Fair Associationwill : of of the
Drive from a two weeks trip to one summer Spanish
: 59 BOTTLE OF tOO Richmond. Va., Greenburg. Pa., bo held Monday, Aug 3 at cla._ The group met last week
: Niagara Tails and Into Canada. 7:30 1: p.m. at the agricultural center with Mist Priscilla laib!. Attending .
St.JosephASPIRIN36cFOUNTAIN the session were Mrs. NeUlePezzonl

Mr*. I Inda Ugon of Richmond Mrs, C harks Stumpp:
Mr. and Mrs. Kern, daughter of Mr and Mrt Don Dillon, Mrs. Eva Jourdunand ;
FEATURE Va. I I. visiting
Kunkle In Monterey.Mr Jim Young Coral Garden. ccl.- Mr CoulantMr. .
irateJ her first birthday. Tuesday
Grilled AMERICAN CHEESE 21. with an ke cream and and of
and Mr*. A. L Gaston July Sirs C. Santiego \T )
have returned horns from a vacation cake party. Long Island N. Y. are here for \
SANDWICH North Carolina and a two-week visit with Mr. and)
trip to homeof Mr*. Edmond Perroncel, Haltatiokee Mr. Gu LlnUhloom of Coral
InJ former
Terre Halite ,
WITH CHIPS AND Mrs. Gaston. l Avenue, returned f..tive' Garden.
39 ast Tuesday front a visit with
L. DeLoachreturned and friends in Paris, France Mr*. Julia Porter and Mr.
10* DRINK........._ Mr. and Mrs. evening B. from She left Stuart in April for her Charlene Berry entertained Saturday
Monday abroad, and returned, to the
Caledonia i Ohio, where they started I afternoon at theBerry's home
their daughter. Mrs. K. It.Mattix staid on the &S France. In honor of brides-elect Mis Nina
Katherine King and Miss Mary
12 INCH -1 SPEED and family. Mr, and Mr William Line Jo Luce. Approximately eight
of Ferndulei Pa, arrived Wednetday -
Cleveland 1
Mrs. Lid Tucker of guest
for two-week at the
BREEZE BOX Avenue had a* her guest I lad t a stay r
Grace Apartments Camden Ave
weekend her daughter and their Though Eskimo are born anti
families Mr. and Mrs. Gene In. nue. They are annual summer reared near the water, they seldom
visitors and this I la the fifth
FAN gram and children of Orlando, yearn learn to swim.. The water is ton
11 and Mr. and Mr*. Ken Russell and which they Have chosen Martin cold.
for Vacation.
County mummer
16.95 88 children of Palm Beach. Lara. 'D\.RT''IC'?
PRICE II.REC. Mr. and Min Arthur, Gold- IV,5 515 ...
OUR LOW Mr James Traitor and it fur Is
Mr and Schmidt of Stamford. Cbnn. ..ndSara.oea. YaI1 1055T5, :::R 50S:
children. Timothy and Pamela of re HK' Calling All Students to lilakely's
are guest thi% weekend TNT.1Tn OrMAI
REGULAR 49fPatty0 Tallahassee, wengqests last week of Mr GoMschmldt' 'i.ter. Mr*. H CARl/irK, slot Preview of Fashions Look
of Mr and Kin lame Conrad. Anita Derek. Mr. CiiiJschmiJt' kn.wo" .. MAV IIM I

CANDLE 33 and family. will alsii be here for the birthday CAItIA'K. r'OTICiii -.-.. for Fall '641You'll
.i. celebration of niece.. Mr*. Tn ( R :II'I't\R'
hfr 'pit 1.1. run:
Mr. and Mill D. P. DeBerry 'ITrHa A vr .U.rl
Candace Hare. : tiS.
luviso ('I.x1Ma
/U GIANT SIZE Lydia Grey returned home last weekend from .rlCvnoIJ riwjisM 40.&too"1": f'.
Carolina where they enjoy find fabrics and looks with
North Don Dillon left Tuesday for a Tsw' .54 ura .f yew .n hen.
BATHROOMKRACKLE ed a two-week vacation They alto ten-day vacation in South America h s"sUI.t area requlr d t. ,m..ue clues on lf'haMolf'ear and Where.

BAR TISSUE visited their son. David a counselor Among cities be will. visit h ass eliher elalm.f :...m.nd s?, wkleh is eels.re: T.t:
at Camp Ridge Crest. Call Colombia.Mr the 61.10: se MAt H. e'ltlltl'K. Sizes 5-15 818BLAKELY'S
Im knmrn M VT H: f AHtAS'KItmw..d -
3 ,FOR ,1.00 10 fOR 711 OF THANKS and Mrs. Michael nark In. [r..1.rl th<.U.Or*.,ltk m\. ML Jnilr.. 'e..e* ,. pt.l--!
and little dtou-"hter. Mary Louise, Martin ('uss1, .it it. Ourl H....
like our of Jacksonville vmlrd his parent a. Pavan, Klurl' .1.. s-H55..I5 ..ilh .
would to
We _ QUART illiCharcoal lhanka and, our 'heartfelt gratitudeto '*. Mr and Mr Michael C ,., J'.kllu naN
4V the Jupiter Island polices Sfeerff parkm, lbs pen week f1d. ash'>: t"'triwniuM t i>Ws: :' n rYucnL
l Lighter Roy Baker and baa mea., tMmbulance 1111 rot""I."TII:.
crew, to our doctor and )'fr. and Mr*. Charles Stumrp ,!-:; > 3WVSAt, BAtK:

W.NMTM H.. right U Ills ...,.|"... A.lJ. ,.....4. twsrfiw his staff; sled to our wan* good Simmann Boulevard entertained w RIM.Axn =., "Prestige at Popular Prices"
.p,llMkl. ..$.!. DcytBROWARD t..dq n." aged.. ,. friends who gave so much oftheir with a dinner rem .M2tr.R.ge.nt 1r1i 1Itsmsloe
love and sincere sympathyto evenint. Guest were Kir. and of 'lie Ioo.a': ..er.l

make our .tune of gnef{ a Me Mn.Mr Peter. Canoval Klarchi and her mother ha0.) it. 55 r.rlms, '..., rc--. .,/. 120 N. 2nd Street, Fort Pierce Telephone 46 .21J.t
easier to bear. Mary : WTCHAQL. 0. IITT/AN
lIor"." ,.. Iat: <>"",p Open Monday
Kfr, and )Irs. James Graham Mrs. Amelia Ccnd: ; Is vacationm '11s E.I001..... _I...... Evenings 'til 9 o'CIock

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convenience. Over the years we have sirived to make your shoppingeasier ti GROUND 5-lb .pkg. mbl I
and your total food bill lower. We at KINDRED'S realize that if Good' July 30. 31, AuguI

I it were not t f for the patronage t of f our customers t neither of f these would be JU CKRFE.\t kindred'\ 'Hill GOLD*and HIS"fh BOND PnreheveNf SUMPS

possible. \We are looking forward to further growth with you in Martin y 3-Ib. pkg FKFSII I

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Okra 2 29

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6 PACK FREE 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Saturday 8 0Jn. to 7 p.m.

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-D THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS _u Thunwlay. July 30, 1964 weeks His wife and family remained ;
here.Herman ::

I .
Snyder is in Strong

I PALM NEWSMRS. Memorial Hospital, Rochester, N.
Y.. undergoing surgery. He and
Mrs. Snyder have a winter home 'v

11".... -- "_10. on Fourteenth Street .

Civic Club Picnic ANDY ZGIJN1CKIS Mrs AnnabcJIe Medlin of Dallas .

For Ball Players ENTERTAIN Tex, has returned to her home
Thursday night\, July 2,3., the after a visit t of several weeks with
Palm City Civic Organization Andy Zgfinickis entertained a t the Clifford Petty..
entertained the town't youth base- their home on Ninth Street for I
ball teams with a picnic Saturday their house guest\, Wanda Driggcri Kenneth Moore attended a dir
July 23. Teams enjoying the picnic Dancing and refreshments were Irict meeting of the Youth Fellowship .
included: Peanuts, ages eight enjoyed by Shirley and Harold In West Palm Beach Sat l T* Hv
to ten; Little League ages eleven Qdridgc Randy Howard Donna
to twelve and Pony and Powder. Snyder Miriam Gayle, David Wei- { urday 1 he district rally will beheld
puffs, aged thirteen. ton Patty Zarnits, Mr. and Mrs I here at the Congregational
Parents of the team memberswere Eugene Digsby. Dottie and Leland -I Church Oct. 25
also invited. Newhouse! Leman Walden
Special tuna were Sheriff Roy Jerry. Joey and Ray Zglimcki and, Mr. and Mrs Andy Zglinickiwere
Baker Deputy Gerald Brown Judy Foss.DANCES. called: to Wagram, N. C., r
Tony Scrivia secretary of Martin Sunday night i due to the dealt i''
County Baseball! Leagues; Mrs DISCONIIMUH: of her father who had been ill i'I''
Janice Mmshew chairman of the The Youth Club held its last for several months. 4w I I'I
refreshment stand at the ball park; dance Saturday, July 25, until ; /
Miss Billie Meadows, secretaryof I further notice These dances have Mr. and Mrs. H. R. King and! ;
the Powdcrpuffi teams Guest been enjoyed each Saturday for family Elon College, N. CX, who
speaker was Michael Evans, minister several years. have been visiting her mother,
Lack, of chaperons was one of Mrs Latitia Gillcspie, have returned :4
Refreshments consisting of hot the reasons for closing; Another They spent two weeks herewith
dogs baked beans sauerkraut and reason Is that non-members from I Mrs. Gillespic while she war
snow balls, topped the afternoon's out-of-town caused disturbances recuperating from surgery
activity. outside and property damage I
Friends will he interested to
know that Mrs Eula Posts, former
Anna Circle IPS A BOY
resident, has returned and it
Gives Surprise PartyThe Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dig hy I employed at Greene's in Jupiter fr Y a + 11 '
are the proud parents of a baby / Y
boy, born Friday, July 24 at Mar I Mrs David Candell and children -
Anna Laura Clrclti had a tin Memorial .
Hospital are visiting her mother, Mn.I
surprise birthday parly for Mrs. The baby has been named :I Anita White Sunday callers were
Charlene Minear Saturday night I Charles Eugene Jr. Ho weighs I Mr and Mrs. Charles Tackctt and!
July 25 at the home of Mrs.
Floyd fives ten .
pounds ounces ion of Lantana, and Mr, and Mrs
Moore on Michigan Avenue The A C. Fortune of Palm i Charles Morgan of West Palm ,
Birthday cake and homemadeice I.City and the Charles Digshyi of Beach r, r
cream were served to the following Golden Gate are the grandparents
pe Mrs. Ann Rastrelll'and children 1 merville, N. J.i were recent visitors -
Leah Maria and Phillip,. PERSONALSBen of the Herbert Taylors aand
Mrs. Alcme Senne, Mr and Mrs. ; Johnny Fllanow kis.
Sam Lane Mr. and Mrs. James Good Samaritan David Keller Stuart Scout Reports on Jamboree
Allen and Jimmy, Kenneth and Hospital 1 in West 1 Palm Mrs Linette Dneicrs' and ,
Judy Ann Moore Melinda and i Beach Tuesday for eye surgery. daughter, Wanda have returnedto
Robbie Minear, LuAnn Hut to of i Weekend guests of the Andy Wagcam N. C. after spending By DAVID KELLER earned the Adventure Award. the affair was on the closing night -- .
Belle Glade, Nancy Homan and several weeks visiting In the Andy 1 I when President Johnson,
Zglirickis were Mrs. Connie Ban- The theme of the Jamboree was honorary $6,978 Above Tentative Figures
Zflimckl home I have just! returned from the I
Dianna Troutman t Slate College,
ley, Diane ,Wayne and Debbie "Strengthening America' Heritage president of Boy Scours of America
Pa, and Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ho sixth national Boy Scout Jamboree I '
Baxlcy. Brenda Vanalctte of Day Mrs Florence Taylor is visiting ." Everything in the Jamboree : spoke to us on 'American-
man of Vcro Beach .\tuna Beach. Mrs. Baxley, Debbie in Fruittand Park where she which was held at Valley i IMII." After this he was awardedthe
Mr and Mrs. Richard Gucntti and Diane remained for visit will stay for several weeks Forge. Pa I was one of the 53.IXK/ followed this topic. highest honor in scouting the School Body Passes
Scouts camped there from the One of the many highlights of Silver Buffalo Award.LlCENlF. .
and last week Mario Rastrelli Is in Island
er sons were guests Long Mr and Mrs. Chuck Zarmts United Slates and forty other countries -
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of the Clifford for several
Petty. N. working are here with the
visiting parents of the world. The Jamboree
Charles Zarnits and Joseph Maw of BULKIIKAI tOMMiriKE: :
was a tremendous city
hinney families. Chuck I. on t pitched on land about the size of APPROVES: FILLING BUR: AM WINE $2,548,063 BudgetA
thirty-five-day leave in transit to he City of Stuart. It contained AI OUTBOARD SITE
My office. will be closed from Iceland. more than 30.000() ( tents. All of the Doh Bair chairman of the bulk An application for an off premises
Mr and Mrs, Gale Shmdlcdeck- scouts joined in fellowship and head and fill committee of the beer and wine license" !by? Luther total budget of $2.548,063 A breakdown of the final budget

July 30th until August 10th. er and mother, Mrs Emma Shin- adventure Izaak Walton League, reported Tenth Rogers" Street 0, f was Rogers Grocery by the, for the 1964-65 school year was ,I shows $2,401,114 in the general
dledecker, Lima, Ohio, were guests Valley Forgo is one of the most 1 that there will be no oppositionto City Commission I I Monday:, finally adopted by the Martin I fund up from the $2,394,136 advertised
Jail( .week of tho <;arl Black burns. picturesque! places in our coun- a request by Outboard Marine and state authorities county raised County Board of Public Instruction -: ; $9,423 in the district interest
having -
Call Dr. Feathe stone in case of try. It contain I,9X\ ) acres of Corporation to bulkhead and /fill no objections. at a special meeting Tuesday. I, and sinking fund and $137.-
The University of Florida's College rass and hundreds of monumentsto within the established bulkhead The new, corrected figure shows ,, ,
emergency of Engineering has conferred the past line at its new testing site in North -- a $6978 increase over the 525 in the hood construction fund,
5,3IS\) bachelors degrees, 598 masters All the scouts tried to earn the Stuart The approval is contingent Two-thirds of the population of tive budget published two down $200.

Dr. Ralfih/ A thy. degrees, and 11 ly-ellrht doctorof Adventure Award by hiking all upon the fill material being broughtin the United States lives within a I ago i in The Stuart News :Icnta.1 The changes do not affect the
... ,i. :\vwl philosophy degrees since it* the adventure 'trails Each of us from beyond six-foot depth, he three-Jay drive of Florida, accord-j ference is in slight changes millage to be levied. It stands at
founding in 1901\ ) *4 must have walked 100 .I declared. ing to the Atlas of various funds. 7.90. or 4 mills less than last year

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Thursday, July 30, 1964 FOR RENT 31 HELP WANTED 43 TRAILERS SERVICES 6( Real Estate For Sal 9(1( REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 91 50,700 on '61 CORVAIR 4D straight

_. .__ 1.4;',1 ,' ..: 4 tsn5L__ In "'*"""'" fstick. Velvet-smooth! clutch.
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... SSSSS- CANAL lot off St. Lucie. Lot No. Jobs in Original midnight blue metallic
NEAT, clean V. inch SPACE FOR RENT New small TWO bedroom home with tile
lOfflVAS PIU from town. Furnished away WANTED MACHINISTMust mobile park for adults. Planned bath on large lot, carport awnings 5, Harbor Estates, 100x125. Radio. Runs drives, looks

.. MEANS THAT cies The best of efficlen.l. and built to accomroodaU large and fireplace, nicely furnished. Best offer over 2500. Lou Bock- During Past YearThere likt new Was $I,09', Now
4940 N. E. 27 Terr Pompono
crt -
Dorothy Apartments, 211 1 be experienced In setting mobile homes including the new 8500. Dial 287-0070 or aft- '

READERS PAY TO HEAD rado AVe. 2874837. 8-13(35)( ) i up turret lathes (hAnd screw est 12'underground wide all-electric.Patio slab All utilities JO. er fr pm 2872102. tf ((90)) Beach. Fla. 399-0204. tf(90)( ) were 50.700 more wage $895.

YOUR ADS IN SEMINOLE Shores Apartments.Now machines). and 40'. Individual electric meters. WATERFRONT lot with Pine FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 fL Waterfront and salary workers employed in *
: tree on Hidden River. Northwest lots. High and dry.. Florida last year than during the
is the time to make reservation Rates $20 and $25 per month including
Excellent working ,
hmrt available of Palm City 150' North of Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 7- previous year marking a 3.7 percent 60
QIie!! for one of the three new ".t r. Boat dockage
40 hour work) week paid vacation -
Riverfront, 2-bedroom apartments and holidays complete .nearby Located at 5th and new Murphy Road. Access to St 2595. -_ tf ((90)) Sam compared with a 2.3 Pick-up. Drop sides. A steal

two blocks from courthouse. All insurance other Lincoln, Port SaletHo' ; Tel. 2876385. Lucie River 1 100x126 High and per cent nationally the Florida at $695. $95 down $34 per
program Sale south Stuart
FOR. Duplex of
: of Commerce reported -
Paved road. State Chamber
dry. $2.250 terms.
DIAL electric. Central airconditioningand benefits.' T.!!) (68)) : '
fringe Fully furnished room for 'month. '
Kenneth P. Fouler Realtor, .
heating. Unfurnished or fur _.. Inc. *
nished. Adults only.) References re- For phone 287 2309 North Dixie, West PalmBeach. expansion. $10,500. Call AT 7'j "Gams in average monthly employment * *
7-1550( application : 71 1950 tf ((90)
ATlantic SenlCTf tWerfd Mbc ) "
I ,
quired. Building to he ready for 5002 or write P 0. Box 119, TE 3-3607 7-30 ((90)) I are basic the trade
occupancy August 15. ContactOwner. mwmwwbt 4.ilt : 1m MtwmaWISCONSIN. '! body emphasized "In them lies "'60 STUDEBAKER LARK
Stuart .fIa. $100. DOWN! Government acquired -
To Place Your FAST SELLING- 287-1197, or 55 V.. Sent. 7-30 (43) I jiraftM NORTH FORK ST. LUCIE RIV-- homes, 2 bedroom and the future, potential for more sales 2D, 6yl 1., straight stick. Air
Inole Street, Stuart If ((35)) I Btrt.* All ER SUBDIVISION. CBS WATERFRONT of goods and of homes; of increased -
LOW COST WANT AD Cirnton $ HOME. 2 bedrooms. 3 bedroom Port St. Lucle. C. L. and income. Cond. New Nylon tires.. Was
NURSE needed: tor doctor's office COOLED ENGINES I la stoct and I lVi FURNISHED Smith, Broker, 203 Angle Road savings I
FIVE room apartment, Completely In Professional Building. pets and men "who know how to baths NICELY Fort Pierce. HO 4-121)9.() Evenings '"Employment in off-farm establishments $895, now $695. $95 down
Central ,
NEWS WANT? APS furnished Second floor. 700 Write Box M. c/0 Stuart !News, repair them. ULMER MOTORS"oVBial windows heat Terrazzo floors wood- anti Sundays HO 1-6329. of wage and salary worker $34 per month.
South Federal llwy, 2(7-3325 or acalin&e., qualifications add AT 7-0355. your) Friendly awning natural 8-6 ((90)) in the state last year averaged ,
RATE: Five cents per average, 287.1297. ...... tf ((35)ATTRACTIVE )) reference* 7.30.(43)( ) Dodge Dealer. tf(71)) burning fireplace attached garage 438,500 persons monthly. 1 his *
word, minimum charge per innertioa _. --. House! and grounds in im- ST. Uicie Etate3 small bedrooms figure covers all employed persOns '
$1.00 (for up to twenty efficiency cottage, SALES-servtce and claim work. RAY COOKE'S Septfc,TaOk Ser maculut condition-includes boat large dining and living reported to the Florida '60 FORD 4D WAGON. 6-
words). Words in ALL Rio. Pleasant location within tee,Cleaning and r.alrJaa.(110( motor and trailer. $23.00.00.( ) Roland Industrial Commission excludingthe
average distance of dock facilities. Age 24-39 High School( education O lueder 729 Colorado area, CBS, completely famished cyL Fordomatic.. ..R & H.
CAPITAL LETTERS first easy drain field repaired And re-laid Realtor the domestic
except including air conditioning city I self employed, military,
$102.50. Phone
Vord. ,.count ai two words each. Reasonable year. bund! rales. CAT IE 2-3265.Starting pay West Palm Beach Dial AT 7-0651 V A ;7-t86z.tf(71)) Ave.. Stuart. 7-10 ((90)) water. Reduced to $13,900* Lowdown and farm workers Chrome luggage rack. Was
7-258) after 5 or writeB. '
-White space above or below or J. Abbott. Star, Route p.m. Jensen 7-30 ((43)) WHEEL ALIGNMENT liRE REAL Estate Exchange. Owner payment M P Nelion, I' "All o( the principal ::categories $I095., now $795.

within ad will be charged: at the peach Fla. tf ((35)) ...:I 1 ..4. BALANCING with( Bear Equipment of 3 B.R. homo plus 2 cottages Realtor, 325 E Ocean Wvd 2873566 'of employment in these establishments * *

tunibcr of wordi (five) that could Employment Wanted 48 by trained mefchanto svifl pay located bit 3 acres south ,of Stuart ._____ 7-30 .((90)) in Florida showed gains
)e printed in the blank line, or COTTAGE tot enL Clean and for Itself Id! tirt wear. We have the will trade entire property for last year over 1962. Trade estab- '59 CADILLAC Convertible.
.2J\cents per line. comfortable. $15 a week. Cad Al.L U M.\IIM'\ equipment\ and men. Your friendly 3 B.R., :..r bath modern home) in 175' U. S. No. 1 frontage near lifchmcrtts, both. wholesale and retail PSBW&S R&H. Fact. Air.
: isrlay! Classified" rates onpllcatloo. 287-0902( ) after 6 o'clock. tf (35))) SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST Dodge )dealer. ULMER MOo Stuart area. Contact Taylor-Ash main intersection 600') deep employed 38K.800 persons;
in Icy Realtors. 'Phone 287-2440 Zoned commercial > Only $5000 I 12.300( workers Government Beautiful All White. Real
with 13 years experience a TORS or Dial !jAT 7-3355. tf ((71)d ) up
RIVERFRONT home with pool metro'OlillUlaw! office' availablefor j S 7<30' ((90)) per foot. M P. Nelson Realtor, (federal i, state and local combined leather black and white interior .
These are cash rate, (or ads for rent Furnished or unfurnished. full or part-time work. Take J'gRRAZ73O: he an Warble.: - 325 E. Ocean Blvd. 287-3566 ) totaled 260.000( ( up 12.600
brought or mailed to The Stuart c.n 2870948. Jt ((35)) shorthand, and is accurate typist W. H. Wagier Co. AT 7-4880 DO you want a home of your 7.30 ((90)) emploves with most of these being Extra, extra nice. Was

News with payment. If you are a Phone 287-6)5) 8-13 ((48)) orAT7-lta&: tf 71)) own? 3 bedroom CBS bath WATERFRONT 3 'BR.-2 bath added at the local level. $1,995., now $1,795.

Stuart News mail subscriber or are IN Stuart across from school. I ----.- 1 carporte Will give you owncr'nequity Panoramic view of Indian River "Service establishments made
listed in the Stuart telephone direc. One bedroom bath kitchen, GIRL FRIDAY' Receptionist Expenencod WE Speclanze. Oas: Window and ,screen you take over mortgage Owner in North. Sacrifice at I a 10.200 gain in providing '245- *
replacement parts 287-2)41 287-
tory you can place your ad by tele living and dinette Newly: paintedand in general office procedure and repair service -Ot tom wortrAmm- 0260.payment' Call or tf (90) $21,500. now. Terms Ruth H. W. 100 jobs This total included 40-, "59 FdRD 4D WAGON.
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and tile floors. Furnished. 287- and hospital ?routine. Pre Builders Freeman Broker 287-3202. 200 employes of hotels motels and I
'inum / Supply
aay"I want to place a want-ad." 5055. tt ((35)) fer Doctor's office. Call AT 1- Service extrusiMis!Jnc. AT 7-2148 8-6 ((71)) CUSTOMuilt' 2 bedroom 7-30 ((90)) other lodging places representing Small'V-8. Power steering

ROOMS for rent in home. 5440. 7.30 ((48)BIMUICM ) -S -------- 2 bath home. Central heating a slight drop from the 1962 av cruisamatic. Fact. Air. Beautiful -

619 East 5th St., Stuart.private tf ((35)) J tIIIIIII JIe: liAVB entail Bulldozet Tractor, unit 'In BASEMENT Air condi FOR Sale: Across from school. erage. all white blue interior.
Give your mail I 1 address U 50 Mower and Disc. Win clear Jots tioned. Florida room white ter. duplex two one bedroom apartments "Florida manufacturing plant
well u your telephone number ON the Water: New duplex Stu.- Opportunities. pit tree, Fence posts and piling raz70 floors awning windows and .Living rooms dinettes, baths employees numbered 229,200 last Really nice. Was $995, now
In your wa t-ad. The Stuart dio Efficiencies. Furnished Cathedral ., .... for sale. Uwtoa. Wt&II.1'hOll. AT alum. awnings. Extra large attached new tile floors, new screens, hot year ,0I0() more than during the $795. '

News hat hundreds of ceilings.: Colored tileS bath FOR Sale: Welt t\fabll""t4Mut1" !-L1." tf tip) garage paved parking area. water heaters one apartment rented previous year'Contract .
out-of-state subscribers who tub and shower. Kitchens by Frig- talon Must sacrifice for reasons 1990000. Roland G Lueder $7.90000 287-5055. 7-30(90)( ) construction employment I *

are your best possible prospects idaire. Bahama beds. Large tree. of health. Phone AT 7>426( ""or CONTRACTORS equtomeat for Realtor 729 Colorado Ave, Stuart RIVERSIDE' "Drive-City'- f Stuart showed a brighter outlook Micro

for real estate tales and shaded porches. Plus 110' Fishing after 5pm. call AT 7-1086. rent or sale. Water lumps, con- .. 7-30 J90)( ) CBS 3 bedroom 3 bath In a gain of 4.500 employees and 59 VOLKSWAGEN

rentals boats, help' wanted, I Pier lighted. Adults. Sea Gate Vil 7-30 {50)) crete mixers, fir compressors.sand-air- down home central heat, air conditioned an average of 1 114.f>oo \last year Bus 2-T" Bronze and White.
tilaster Oimlt* HAVE two bedroom home
$gardening trailers, and services las 1531 Lighthouse, Stuart. Phone Point.2th.1657 P? O Box. ::- -a. .. J tools, vibrators,i hose equipment.!block and town area close to stores. Ideal Natural fireplace cedar closets "The transportation communiCation $695. $95 down. $34 month.
public utility
SPECIAL NOTICES 85 tackle, aiw mscellanadus Items t for retired couple Cash or terms. screened !porch with I well category
8-13 ((35)) 102,000 a gain *
Broomed ,,"ound.. Priced at $29- employed persons
2871420. If no answer, caH! 287- Call 287-2)41 or 287-0260 tf(90)( )
TWO bedroom unfurnished tf (1\\ -- 00000 with terms. Roland G of 1.700 jobs. The fmance-insur- '
Apt. 0743. ( )
(REGULAR CLASMFICATIONSi Osceola & Cortez In Stuart. 3 WANT the best price roe your car? --_ _.--.. -- ) $100000 down no financing Luedcr. Realtor, 729 Colorado ance-reul estate group averaged 58 CHEVROLET 2D WAG
Call Jack Druid at 287-1214.) I 90,100 employes, 2,2W:!( jobs ON. Small V-8 2 barrel carb.
blocks from schools $79 ARNO Travel Agency. Call Arno charges and a VA 4%% loan. Ave. Stuart. 7-30 ((90)( ) up
(Numbers over 100 refer to display W. H. Wagner, 287-4880 per or 287- Merkle Moton Inc., tf, (ISS) Travel Agency forainlinc, steamship CBS 2 bedroom, I bath home on Mining firms" employed I 8.700! persons straight' stick Beautiful original -
classified' ads. which appear 1696. tf ((35)) ---- ---.---- ralrou4 tickets' Kay' Arno large corner 10In City of Stu a gain of ;200 during the grifen metallic original

t 11 after the end of the smaller ad. Innumerical -- ----- ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS U 1 yean exneritnCe'.'216'S. Dixie.StuurL art. Screened breereway Close to Stalemate SeenIn year" I 2T grey Interior. No rust. Extra
'i order Be sure to look FOR Rent: 2 bedroom house! semi meets at 8:30: pm. every Wednesday : 2874640.. _tf fll) the new grammar schools. Full iii -- .1i-I-C-:_ cldan $695. $95 down.
!in both place) furnished First and Madison at the Community Church, --- -- price $13.200( ( ). Rotund O lued- 'month.
iufonnUKJO, TAKP yom *>g to Ida's on Hiib.way Closing Try. For Sale, MIscellaneous 171 $34 per
Streets, Coral Gardens $80 month. Jensen Beach. For i er Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave. .
FOR RENT 35-135 Includes lawn care. Jupiter 74rW\ Phone AT '-333I' tf (55)) Art****-Mi-PI".. and Stuart Stuart. 7-JO ((90)) .t_ *
I FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 7353. tt ((35) ---.-- ----- next to Shell= Bazaar. "7.' ------- ---- On Lake StreetEfforts I
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 RENT Blue Luntro Electric Carpet or7$7-l838. 8-20 ( ) ; ST. Lucie HIvJ riverview home '58 VOLKSWAGEN 2D R&H.

HELP WANTED 43-143 TWO newly decorated fully fur Shampooer for only $1 I per ..LI A.t A I Older oil 2 bedroom home wood to close Lake Street \>EVE COT TIlE Just like new. Ong jet
nished One 1-bed floors heat, large rooms, citrustrees
Wanted 48-148 apartments. duy Hartman-Lelghtofl\ Furniture, PLANTS $"RVICES from Spruce to Bahama. bogged! 'r black beauty. Ong spotless
Employment 2bedroom. Port Salerno inraoe and ;;
room one separate pump LMi/:
South Dixie Highway! 2H70251. !
620 "I down again at Monday's City Commission Interior. Low mileage. $895.
Business Opporlunllle 50-150 close: to stores No small 7-30(5.5) ... ,1.4 .... 1 house. Only $7500.00) Roland Olueder. .
FOUND 53-153 children Call 287-0412. 7-30 ((35)) Realtor, 729 Colorado meeting. .
PLANTS Sprinkler systems referred *
.h.riiNUSED t Ave. Stuart 7-30 ((90)) The matter had been
SCHOOLS 54-154 FURNISHED two-bedroom apartment CARS TRUCKS ..1U.ba. landscaping, sod. Fastest growing to the Planning Advisory Board I t
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 in Monterey section. $75 txirsery In'Martin County. Pelican FOR A LARGE FAMILY Close which had recommended that the BOAT ft MOTOR SALES Inc.4O 58 FORD Fairlane 500 con

USED CARS 58-158 per month. Call 287-1683. tf ((35)) w. Nursery, Loop Road (!S-76AX to school. 3 bedroom I bath stretch of street running throughthe I It..... TOT ... 'T0144 vertible. V8. Fordomutic PSA8 .
60-160 FOR Sale! 1958 Lincoln Continental Palm] City. AT 71918. tf ( 75) frame home FURNISHFD Beautiful campus of East! Stuart Elementary tI 41755TRULIRS R&H. Good white top.
NEW CARS FURNISH upstairs.; apartmentat Hardtop. Alr-conUMon- shade trees lot JIM)' x 120'. School be barricaded Runs good a little rust. Bar

BOATS SERVICES! 63-163 200 l.onlta St. Casa Terrace. ed. full power equipped. Car in COCOS PLU>tOSA PALMS 5 Separate dining room and screen between the hours of 7:30: am l>.. t... r: ......__ gain at $395. No down $24
TRAILERS SERVICES: 68-168 Living room-bedroom combination mint condition. Set at Jimmy'i ft $1 1.00 each Flame, Passion! ed porch All of this for only $8.- and 4 p.m. on school days, bill A SERVICES 168 month.
Service Offend Miac. 71-171 full bath sundcck. Suitablefor Colonial Station North of Stuarton Stephonoti Vine) Powder Puff, OO.OO. Roland G Lueder. Realtor be open to traffic at pthcr times per
PLANTS SKRYIU3: 75-171 one or two persons. Must be U, S. No. 1, or Call 287-15 Botllebrush. Citrus, Lychee, Man- 729 Colorado Ave.. Siuart Felix Williams' principal of the .4iIN>4> J .....,. ._ ___ .... *
seen to be appreciated. Call 2873489. between a m m. 6.255l) to ,Jabotitkaha, Avocado, Ceykm 7.30 ((90)) school objected to this procedure
1 For Sale Miscellaneous 78-17$ 7-30 ((35); ) ..!. :.r. _. Pea a h t Macadaftia' .Nut _- Monday asking City Commission .57 BUCK Model 75, 4D

I Wanted To Buy (Mbc.) 81-1(1 C.B.S..:.._bedroom_---t-bath--= home.. FOR Sale: Beach Buggy with tag. trees Pineapples, Ka'l ,beny.Str..bctry FnJ-. JENSEN area 2 bedrooms. I Ih If they knew of any otherinstances : Jensen Trailer HT A real beauty. Ong jet
two Ouava. VISIT
MOVING STORAGE 84-184 Ready to go Will sacrifice Call ; a t h. air conditioned wall to of public roads being black finish, ori,. black and
Screened patio large utility ers !Nursery: \\\hue City. 7-30(75)( ) wall carpeting Carport and separ-
Real Kklai: For Sale 90-190 room heated air-conditioned, tcrrauo 287-36 8 after 600: ) pm. 7.308)< ( ) open through school campuses. Sales Inc. white interior. PSBW&S. R&
..,.... aje enclosed parato with ample ,
I J Then .
r --- ----- --- the question of ownershiparose
Real Estate Wanted 96-.196 floors aluminum awningwindows H. Automatic drive. No rust
for hobby $2,000 ct (com shop
1953 Chevy Station Wapon. Goodtransportation For Sales Mkrellaaeoii 78 no one being certain that "Just Beyond the Arch" ,
aluminum awn Dice. $595
Really Only no
will handle. Total price 12500.
I. : Inll'. One year old. Completely and tires, DaY'tim good ........:.1:11..1.: ., __--- M. P. Nelson. Realtor. 325 E. Instruction Martin County owned Board all land of Public If.n.sen Beach, Fla.. Ph 287-.273Z down, $J4 per month.
running condItion. Cheap. abutting
furnished Adults only. Good Mid-Summer SALE
FOR RENT 35 Ocean Blvd. Phone 287.J M.
call 287-2622. 8-13 (58)) on the street on both sides.
terms to qualified tenant. ..... 7.30 (90) I *
.i. the tabled
II -i-- Finally matter was
FOR Rent: Two bedroom bungalow !-* 994. CAT .126JA0(33)A ?' : ( ) 1957 DeSoto 4-door .Sedan, 370 'Lowest Price In Florija BAHAMA Terrace ('LitY2 bedroom until the next regular meeting Reduced Prices "57 STUDEBAKER Commander -

!S. completely furnished. Car Modern; 'furnished apartment i )a.p., Good tires, good running 1 bath tile roof compact night Au,. 10 so that ownershipcould WAYFARERCAMPERS 2D, 259 V-8 Auto

I porte and laundry. Call AT 7- Bedroom living room fully wall condition. Reasonable. Daytime GutTAkCl. RUMS PIANOS. kitchen. eating porch. circular be determined aa prelim drive. Ong jet black beauty,

g :2069.< tt ((35J) fo wall carpeting and Bahama beds OIlY( fall. 287-2622. .t-3 ((58)) l0AN8 drive Reduced to $1 t((JO. approximately inary to further action. ong. black and white interior.
AH electric kitchen. Dinette and I $1 I 650( cash and take
furnished enclosed shower, all in Colored EAST'I'ERMS'lORrri The Grand Canyon is 217 miles A Bargain RAH. Beautiful. Only $595.
FOR RENT: bedroom glass < FOR SkIn: Compact' German Ford over mort-aw. M P. Nelson, ,
S' house on Indian River Sewalli tile. Off street parking. Large I960. ':UUyqllirrcd. 30 MPO. : Realtor. J25 F Ocean Blvd. 287- long from four to eighteen miles MARK Complete Trailer I No down $34 per month. ....
Point. $125 month.Call patio. Walking distance to every Ideal PIANO co. wide and more than a mile deep.
Yearly per like new inside and out. 366. 7.30(90)) Tent and Bunk $420.00 *
t 287-2197. tf(35)( ]) thing. One of the best in Stuart. second car. Call AT 7-0696.. 112 No. 5th Street I '- .. iiiT ;; MARK IV-Complete Trailer '
$75 per month. 667 Cleveland 7-30 (58) Pt. Pierce: FU. ,. Ia.. 4614747TRUSSES I '*I'': : .-jur jar ** '57 FORD 4D WAGON,
t on river Avenue. AT 7-0992.() : tf ((35)) '. tf(78)( ) |XR RENT 135 FOR RENT 135 Off-ground Tent. Bunks to
.FURNISHED and apartments efficiencies. TV -- .- .i'_____ --.- J S f ...... .. ....' -- sleep four $5900 small V-8. Fordomatic. PS&B
I and ,dock 3 rooms Driftwood LOVELY around floor apartment BOATS SERVICES 63 elastic' Itocktagt. (Complete wIlls Foam Rubber $395. No down, $24 per
Motel, 443 North Indian River furnished one bedroom. Near I:>... J .aMI, J knee pads,, anklets, etc Stuart Mattress) month.
Call 1
schools and bank. Adults. o tf f78l EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS
I I Drive. Jensen Beach. AT 7-2237 287. '9J. tf (35) AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer. NEW MOBILE IIOMESi *
I *1(35)) Complete Sale. Service Part SEWING Machine, White Zigzag SKYUNE. AMERICAN.
/4 FOR Rent: I bedroom furnished Good election of dependable Uset Due to divorce I halve a hire TITAN. PIEDMONT :20th! YOUR CHOICE: 2D HT or
I TWO bedroom furnhhrd apart- house in Palm City 'til Noy. I I. Motor Expert Factory-Trained new 1964* 'automatic zigzag that CENTURY. REGAL GENERAL 4D Sedan air-cond '56 LINCOLNS .
mev' for rent in North Rivet No children or pets. $61 permonth Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT does everything, doe all fancy: ON and LAMPLIGHTER Full power Were
I' Shore $125 monthly year around., Phone Ratnh; Hartman MOTOR SALES. Inc.: 440 Rt- 707 Hitches, buttonholes, sews' on buttons
Call 217.3547. tf(35)_ )) Real Estate AT 7-4600. 7.30 ((35)) in Rio AT 70944.() tf (MOUTBOAKU and many more things. Please THE ST. LUCIE 10. 1 Z. .....20'1d.*. with price $595.$24. now month.$395. No down

J l 't. take up payments at $6 per month.I reduced from $300.00 to $900. per
k I $45. by the month rent foolishness No kids FOR -RENT OR- SALE 3( MOTORS REPAIRED r:01. small balance. Call HO 4- Oa*. o4 rwo-roens efrJcleoclet.Spacloa r r. summer clearance. Come and *

pets, kinfolks 0 r We have parts tot al 7-30 ((78)Waa4 ) w* our stock of Mobile HomebarcahH. '
Close-in\ nicely furnished apartment l popular make. Can test your tot shaded grand Scree! Rooms, Florida '56 OLDS 98 Conv.. PSAB
tile bath screen porch utilities FURNISHED two-bedroom two UkDer Motors. Dial Parting Log Boat Dock. New
condenser. white
Md II ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS Room, Patio Covers Carports, top. Hawaiian
1 Misc.
servke included
and .garbage BIT ( ) Shnfllrboard. TV
I. Inquire The Seven C's Grocery bath waterfront home in Stuart. t1L55Your Friendly 914)rot a4 Loasig* A_Inp. Guttering said Duww- !blue finish Was $'9S.. now
Can be converted to three: bedroom )
z' Store North 4-Uned U S. No. I Box -- Week Month Year lNmt) art several aJditloeM .. $395. No down $24. per en.,.
if desired. Season or yearly
and North 20th St.. North Stuart WANT the best price for your ni BAT ocau noricrABBTVAIIT. I your home or MobB Horn
,: *1(35)) 1365. Siuart. tf ((38)) SALE: Complete Marine. !11.! Pains. d car? Call Jack Braid at 287- FLORIDA 24 ST. lUCIS CRESCENT A *

_ NEW unfurnished 2 bedroom 2 Marino Maria Hardw.re-cver.tbia Supplies fa 1214. Mettle) Motor. In* tf ($1)) .eosricprrss.) APAHT1IT STUART FLORIDATftrpboMt I Seen R.\sovairm. FRED 54 DE SOTO 4D. 6-cyl. Ev

I bath house near St. Ends: Inlet your boat Whi car Boat Work -__ liP-I HOOSH a ciTeScVVrLeanaisn CO'"TI 2(7-9812 SILVERS or AL WILSON: Ira good. 195.I No down $12

Central air-conditioning pier. Port Si**! tf (M R4 Ettate For Sale M KBAtO*SILK MATE F. F. WOOD tt... "' II TODAY per month.
: $150 year around. Phone Boynton ty LerSoce.aIr w nn '.2' '1\1.1
WADS write R. Skill- -- .- -- .
Beach 732-344): (If' RELIABLE 10 h.p. lohnson out- s.s Ti.i57IV .
I man, Box 2287 Delray Beach. booN motor, 1951 Model with FOUR bedroom waterfront home. -- /
tf ((3') tank In good condition price Will trade for vacant (land. Write T. PACCT Mgr.Dtal MANY MANY MORE
DOTHEJGB! ,, -. '-- ::--.w. rs reasonable. See Herb at An- ftot 23. Stuart. Pa. tf ((90))! AT T-OTM tf MSEXPECTING I -SANDY'S-

WANTFD TO RENT 4. choVse_Marina- Rio._ 8-* ((63)) -savs---. __: -

f1II ----s_ .. l2: -26' Chris Craft Cavalier COMPANY? [i
f RESPONSIBLE couple. would like 185 h.p. Sleeps 4. Boarding ladder WONDER WIItfeE YOtTRE GOING TO BED T1ILM DOWN CARRINGTONCAR

to rent a on.* or two bedroom : bilge pump" stainless slrel
bowse" modem; by September. No mufflers ship to shore fathom.- Cal M a4 seep ......,**.9 ReaMneM vaNs and. M adsxwpbtr 1.1 Full Line of REVELLA Pick-up Coaches

I children. Write Box D. c/o Stu- ter. hydraulic transmission Exorpiwal OM. wBI*s r..s* ad bet 1M' .w. ... CO.
eondil, Call 287-5985 I
art News. 7-30 (40)) Ol\ CALL MARIE EIRE MANAGER
287-1361 7.30 ((63)) : : NEW t-BCDROOM MOBILE HOME AlA OLD '
.4 N.. AOaM f. Yew Skephi. CMfonlNhgan

'tr: ... __ L "I JVPnTR. ..... 7444772Op
.. _..... Southwind Motel!
WAITRESS wanted for day or Mile North of Stuart US. 1 M
Pial ATlantic 7.1550 night shift Only experienced FOR Sale 25 1954 liver Clipper on Ssmtfvy*
andaskforthc need apply in person Poor Bob'sCocktail aluminum' bonnie trailer very US. NO. ). STUARt TttEPlWNti 2$7-$TTJ I STUART THONC 2S7-I7M 7-30 ((15$)

Lounge AlA Jensen good' coodiri: 4. Best offer 'Teteptom -I _. S( hiss '... .Mil
SVpatAd :Tftkcfi: leads tf ((43) AT 7-0237 (t (H) S I



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The rmvcrsitv .of rton.h hiv ... .
lagjW H8 different specie of I R"'I'n.h" r>rn\cv" rhii nlr conJitioncd 'I II .R t: 1'If; TIRT. cr lal NFW4I. 'th"day.: JI1.r '10. 1964' '1.11
trees for identitication on it\ buildings are hire ctW- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Big Insurance Policy <
main i ducue to study than those that' 1- _
campus ____ aren't. I II WI ..svrewa
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RALPH HARTMAN JR. The Martin County loanof/ tween reveal' l local I insurance
Public Instruction has purtMU.21'17.1I00 ageiKiesInsurance. Mrs. Don C. Wright Sister
1WiILTO ] > m tire wind, vaildamm. ,
for school vehicle
When You Think
and malicIous mischief insurance
coverage from the Martin will come from the Tucker ln.ur- I Of Mrs. Stokes Goes Home
County Insurance A"'ociatM>n. ante Agvncv Hot Sound which ,
REALTOR For the insurance, the "board wa low bidder on the policy The
110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 will pay $9MK in premiums for hoard will pay the agency SMS*) Mrs" Don C. Wright who has 'Club on Hutchinson Island and at
Jensen Beach, Florida AT 7.1411"presents" 7.'. !!It" the s.ear The insurance represents for the mourancc covering: one been visiting her nester Mr John I Port Si Lucie Country tluK.
I _,'- a package deal! and is divided he- year. W Stokes, has. returned! U> her
I ------- "home .m Cilcndale, Calif M r i Miss King and
------ -- Stokes attended reunion of five
Windmill Class Regatta Is dater" in Glendale and Los Ang Miss Luce AreGuests
les early in July, and! Mrv Wright Honor
1. HIGHLANDS HOME MOTEL SITE II returned to Stuart with her on

A new CBS 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Home with patio, Coming at Port St. LucieMore July I 15. I Mil Nina (Catherine i King,
Carport brae 82.r 1.01. Paved Street Mrsrijhj w I I entertainedat hrlde-elcct of John B, Norris I and
All for 1030000. Within City Limits a luncheon by Mrv C Fail Mist Marv Jo I.ucc. brlde-elbct
than three doren
skipper off the Port St. Lode Country
Evan, and at dinner I In the of B Jerry McAllister, were guest
are expected( to compete in I Wind. Club home! of Mr. M Todt Heckler of honor last Thundav
2. SOUTH JENSEN HOME 240 Feet on U.S. No. 1, Over 400' in Depth Prke $125.00 per ft. mill class rC'j1ftul&ua.. 9 In the Fleet 1ft. with sixteen member" and Mr and Mr. FdMin L. I Dasorl. when Dr. and Mr. II H. evening Flipson

North Fork of the St. lucie River in St. I ucie. Martin, Indian River !. Mr. and Mr*. Clark Schu entertained with a dinner party
Jensen Furnished Height 2 Bedroom Including 1 Bath awning CBS windows Home In carpet-South OCEAN TO RIVER .- --- .4- ----- and Brevurd counties, will host the her masher honor gave i cocktail. party In at. their home on Overlook Drive
Cities) were 'seated it small |ta
ins and air conditioner. Only $13,000.00. WITH BEAUTIFUL BEACH 198 feet Tentage!: 1100 feel REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 lntracoasl.il day of !sailing oiling Co-nponsors(Club the are PortS the Other dinner panic were given hie decorated with bouquets of

of Depth Price $400.00 per ft. s altyremra .ea t nursneatraatslRR.aLooking |. I Luck Country Club, and the hy f ran Mr,, *, Lan I ettie f'ord'a Sue Outrigger Dugnn at Rev the Fir Also( < and! greener
3. Attention! Investors .. attending' were and
Builders community of Port St 1 lueie.
taurant.; hy Mr and Mn. Michael Mn.
William V "king' of
17 Lot for The first of three race that day (). I.ittmnn at' the Manatee Marina parent
15 Waterfront, 2 Inside All concrete aNew bliss Kina Mr. and Mrs CliffordM.
TAYLORASHLEYREAL will start at I 10( a.m. The St I,ucie)
Yacht Club and! Mr.
; hv .
biitkhcaded Only 3 mile from Stuart In Palm I I lice, parent of bliss Luce:
Home River i is nearly .a mile wok whereit I. M. Iklpcnstcll( also at. the Outrigucr John H Norris B. Jerry McAllivter
City Mile wide River
deep navigable water- passes by the Port' St. I ucie! .
Priced for quick nab at only 5975000. ESTATEJim Look at Country Club A perpetual trophy MrVright/ was also entertained an and out-of-town Mr. Jamn Crawford business trip Dueto
hun "been donated. and winner trophic
at the Scmlnoltf Shorn CahnnnM
Mr Crawford could attend.
will be awarded -- ----
4. OCEAN TO RIVER Whitehead Legion Heights --
Windmill class "bout are fifteen :
200 t 500 Close to Inlet Ideal for Motel ASSOCIATE feet, MX inches: long wilhAll! News
Cottage I Hotel Protected Beach NO KroUon: 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT '.2<<0 IX JENSEN BF\CII area of I 11 I9 "square feel l. for Veterans .
-Price $55,000.00.PHONE -DO IUD! ) The full use of 'the "pool and
i SAM RHODES 'other facilities at the country club T. Dixon of the Florida Depiiriment pendency and Indemnity compensation
_. --- are being offered/ families, of skipper of Veteran Affair has under the law I if the inured .
287.1411 or 287.4144 CONSTRUCTION: 1\C. in the regatta). the first of what sent out a warning to all active died while the waiver in in cf
i Is hoped .to he an annual affair feet, he said.
1)1 1.\1. 287.4710 iluiy personnel In Florida whore- I
WE SELL THE EARTH RIVERFRONT ESTATE Dixon further started that since
f.,o (mo) Phil Baker, Stile !Manager By IV70) enrollment in all Florida In he advised. that In home Vance, it differ for Individual case, each
tf mil institution* of higher' 'learning keeping the in-service premium I service man should'' check to we
__. _._ _. __n'_ FOR SALE Is expected( to reach '_lINn( ). waiver' rm their government life insurance I how his family will be affected,
could! PC! detrimental to I and he invite* Inquiries at veteran
the Interest of dependent should county service office. or by writing
200 Ft. B'tautrestBroad ; Waterfront Homes I her become:; :heneficlarle i Theywould him at P O. Box 141?, St.
AcreageNt.1purtr be unable ti> receive dctiirr I Petersburg

C. B. ARBOGAST St. Lucie River .-... w,,-,--.__.."._,.....,.-..... _.__. .__.._u.,_._ .-......


252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7.0440 City Water AIRS MRY BROWN, Corre.. ipondrn! AT 7-2996

I Went where he underwent
Our Best BuyCOMMERCIALLY --- Well Kept and Spacious RevV. Cloddurd! Sherman ofChrist surgery on hit hi,n...

Nice Guest Cottage Methodist I Church: Neptune I Word has been received: from
ZONED Beach wa a dinner guest of Mr*. I Mr. and! Mrs. Walter Peterson

OCEAN FRONTAGE Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. Adolph' Rrgli. tin made' the visit I principal of Port Salerno Elemen-
Hutchinson Island Between the two Well With en rouia home from Hollywood, i I lary School: and! family that they
"Sert' ce Means So Much" where he wins called .to \he stilt I are enjoying their May in Mem-
Bridges 100 ft. Ocean x 2800 ft. deepto Large Lawns and Many his. sister. Mr*. Helen Wood/, who" phi. Buth i>( them are attending
i* ill Rev Sherman wa formerly I college/ while vacationing. They
River Beautiful Trees and Plants LOCKHART REALTY pastor of I irst Methodist Church end their hest wishes to their
I of Vuartolonel, friends' and lay they are getting
$39,500 OR only 8c ft. ffon OCA nA : :
per sq. Sell ,* little homesick lor our" com*
Priced To
"\ .
SFWAIW POINT: AT 7-1777 ( M W Hale has returned munity)
I I"" Hill I uv h u II Mane Horteiihtte
Our Best Buy -_ See Your Agent or Phone Point Rood !from the !hospital!! !In Mr. and Mn |'rani ''Modafrari}" .
AT 7.26Q7 AT 7.3232'It I 101 : + have closiM I their. plumhini shop
SUMMERTIME SPECIALS I") on.> AIA I (hit .;week a* they are
planning on upending, a vacationof
-- ---- -. -- -- -- -' .- three wetki with theirhhiMren,
and grandchildren: Ja Nty York
Completely Furnished Two Bedroom Florida Room A BEAUTIFUL HOME Slate
Lot 80 x 127 JI', Immaculate, loo! 13500.
SPECIAL! 22 Large Lots 11 Water Mr. and Mrs Robert Keeling,
OFF SEASON SURPRISE You will agree when you we front Waterview Palm Drive Hihincu, '! Park have
this Charming Hume Living 13 23 Dining 9 s 13 One of f the Jinellhoncia/ on Sk'lillcJrIt'c, Jensen Beach, had a* their hiHise" guests thin week,

Kikheit 12 x 18 Bedroom 12 x 12 and II i 13 Florida I Owner Says SELL $25,000.() Cash/ Extra Measure pf Quality and I alue.. Wonderful/ View daughter MM, tieraliline llnda. from Prudent New Hyde and

Room 10 X 26 Two Baths Drapn Rod Air Conditioned : of/ Indian River and Ocean. Pork, N. Y While, here, Mr*. Keel-
Dishwasher IVasher-Dryer Well tar Irrigation
-120 ft. Lot $22,000. 10 to 100() Acres .. Loop Road Frontage CONSTRUCTION-Reinforced' C.B.S. and hrkk. !9nJ.\ AH rooms eurplUmallylarge pent log Mrs.several Pritilenie. days In and Miami Linda night-'

$495 per Acre. Terms. and ninny roomy rlu...... seeing
120 II 202 Fun of Chris Tree AtroM street from River I MAIN I1/Xlt) Fryer, Powder. Room, I living Room, Dining Room, BednNmi Mr, and Mr*. Pugh/ CypreM
Central Heat-Air Conditioned -City Water-Asphalt Drive 3 Bedroom I louse and 20 Acres, $13,000.{)()() I skis lurg Ruihroom" with Vanity and Ihieii Cbn, Hallway, Kitchen. ('_,If..I. )' this Drive week, MihUcu Park, are leaving
Three Bedroom Three Balhi Large Living Root*-Nice Many Others I KlrcfrlraRy rxjutppfd, Utility Rams, Garage: rmlod, Path to live. Fn to route return they 10 will IngUnd visit"
Florida Room Large Screened Porch Two Carport II .
friend and relative In New Jer.key.
I GROUND F1/MR AH Room I lad onto Rlvrr Brttrmtm. lUthroom Rerwallnnal'
Closed Garage Underground Sprinkler Total Rawer, .Storage Space, l-lrtplwi. Work Shop, M.lrr Pump and M."'ge Roam Palbt.'. Wt wish 'them a pleasant
ONLY $2,500. I missed
Have Opening for Salesman voyage. They) will 'N In

f1IERCIALVATERFRONT Lots of Floor Time 1yo" wish to purchase an OlltslltIJIlome see your the park
L Mr, and Mr. Sill Mmullo of
SALERNO AREA -'lew than $100 per front f... with over I I M.LS. Realtor or Call Hibiscus Park have hud. Mr, and
500 feel Depth.' Mr, fharle (',,1110 and Mr, and
Kir Don I:aill their
o a* guest
See Us for ParticularsSee 'Ask Us You'll Be Glad You ,Aidion I for two week. 1'1w| visitor have
EDWARD MAPP relumed Itl their home In New
York Stall While here Charier
I I wa engrossed In fishing hut all he

NORTH RIVER SHORES II : REALTOR caught the title. was of !i! :'kh"Charlie wa *given! hy

NORTH RIVER FOREST I Company P.O. Box 716 Stuart, Florida Phone 287-0781 his ion.

900 Colorado Ate, (afro from 14 National" Bonk)
I AT 7-2509 AT 7-320 AT 7-4121 .
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1.11 tit1) I WILLIAMSf.I* (!.., Designed with YOl' in Mind r. i

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..J' .., t ..r' JACK'S GULF

Co. or $"1t ; l ""'" If: STATION
II RAINEY-Realtor I r. ,,: ;'J t

h ":" .:, ',ft> r...... Ill ,RM:'. All ..rvh'! .* CUIJ'IIIIHd
i h f i I r, of' I 61o/ttf" loch leodenen. Owner

I UESIDENTIAL I ACREAGE SPECIALS I INVESTMENTS I ,, ..n. "041:1" d ; :: '''I ,?',.'-,,1..,.,(.>...3' AU Pat lllar.,.. AT 7J02I

.. ... .. ._ .
I. COMMf RCtAL BUILDING FaMOeeaa Jr "'' ,' -
1. BEAUTIFUL ESTATE !Near Coif 1. U80 ACRES ON JR 714 19 MOra M -"
Course w etrlwlre Pw SewalV-MAV West of 5hI.1-EllftlSd' Clews P_.- B...4evar*-Near Cowl Howe ''11' .:...... ".4' \! ,, ,1 iit'kr', TEfc UNIT -2 ......, 2 Bath. whhafl ttal-Trire4 Wlow. ..-tft al $I to." t Recta UoiM! -Cooil become.-flow.) ,.FI'tffifI. '. I"'t r" Pirate Yed..e f.h.ace.40fee.d .
rowan hKhM...g Mloue hitches. cwaaamtlM per Acre. hy Appoialawwl Only tf .f' (
eut.... *leer. of the Si. Ucte 2. MOTEL oa New Few Lend !section of .." "
Rher C*tnl heat sad Air Cowlitfae*. L 759 ACRES PRIME LAND wMk wOre v s. I OveraltM ...... L'alto. ,fit'. .. .'. '-' F.-Joy ypnrftl4M
.... cum UNIT- 2 B roo- Bath .f waterfroat am the South Fork tf the 2 fJr1rirecin-Attnc'. ...,.... .,. the
aid H'tog Bowler GROUNDS St. Latin Riser :- 4 ... InmCoo4 Steal UV M V.I I-Ir .kf Drplk I ftno> Ceel"'ne .U'IO.\-
hudseaged ....... Rates $50 Day
200-14501 kith" latfcJily hey al $1500. per Acre. able for eipansioa to Jt L' H Cer> a
U derpao.d .priII....., Price $92MM. Mk TIe Beth* hi all wtitau N hen rM 01,,' "j <<. 7 Ca,"Toby' gchrttea
yes fhWI More for s.4S.eot. tail.? I. .-s'r.MrAr. ,im .t" per
>. 444 ACRES Near Seth Fork 5f. A71rs. euawoAT r.leel
2. ST. Lt'OE ESTATES -2 Mroem2si Lisle. Rhrr Ifigfc-MkaMe far Ia- y 4.r FRONTAGE ON sovni tuRK .. '. -_- ...s.. r trN ;
fUth-Large Lhtaf __ AI tag DeeftopaMat or Far .b.. Priced' kn St. ..*.... Rjvtr wbh. ratrmce aid. Inmt- "' / .,...._ __ f.... .: '- +
CE Kl ck.*.-. ..1nI l lIt -Red M al $450.00 per Acre. ace a* SR 7* New Rnfenni*! ....... .' WATERFRONT HOME IDML fUll fHK LIMmr IN IIOMIO.UVI'G CHUCK SERVICE
Sell U 21750. hag VT g Vf .11I. wafer 6 RectalIIlrtr 2 1ILE iUlW n: (...u HFr 6 I..una'RIt.: ")'HV POROI .*
.. 535 ACRES-Locates! fat***. !JCR 7* V* FhMaf Tattle Boa UNUSUAL r0 MICA KIK1IKN sill. tlLMN: HANCK: LA.NDJSCAPF4): LOTS ....... 1 TAOMRO at-a..t.
3. STWALLS POINT IKWt-7K R- end VS. l-t>nm. f ." Smith, 54..t .- ... ..... Remtek Price 519.000. h-
> Bath* -J B.* .a Sepenre .. FVirUa. Price J75J. per Aere. .. WILL BUY Bfldhtt ....... for IIEAU? I
-\...... Kildes-desasf lira NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A...". awl Boa* L'phnhtery BaS II0M11ES: $12 *990 217-5019
Caaaftfcmfcf Prfcw $24,$04. GOOD ACREAGE nw. I OwM4 ky Clank StfllweB


STUART, rtXHUDA lID OU Sad ANU IHBItCU3ARIL tO. BOX 63$, SrUARf. nnllD.DIAL J.1.&tJl Opt. 1 4.j. a weekI o

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THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, July 30, 1964


MYRTLE WHITMAN CoiTcipoDdenl AT 7-17M .I FlavorsDRINKS 1.qt.,

................ 4 bans. 89c
Ladies Circle Plans with Mrs. Hilda Costello in charge.
Reservations may be made by
Bakcless Bake SaleA calling Mrs. Costello at AT 7-
1038 or Mrs. Marie Miller at AT
covered-dish luncheon preceded 7-4943.
the meeting of the Ladies
munity Church which was held
Wednesday, July 22, with thirty. Recent visitors from Cortland, Chopped BROCCOLI
lOveD members in attendance. N. Y., were Mr. and Mrs. Rich ]b. Ib."SUPERRIGHT" .
The meeting was conducted by ard White and their I children, /k FRANKS pkg, 45c 2 Pkg 89c 2 pk 27 c
the president, Mrs. Helen Richardson Dfckie and Linda. They were theguests
with devotional by Mrs. of Mr White's parents, Mr, 5t A&P QUICK FROZEN
Dorothy Kalb.Hostesses and White Sr., and ""SUPER-RICHT" THICK SLICED "SUPER RIGH?" SLICED HONEY LOAF
also enjoyed his ) or
with i
visiting BABY LIMAS
in charge of arrange. brother, Jr., and his I 'A' t
ments Mrs. Belle were:Johnson Mn. Hilda, Mn.Costello Hclga, grandmother Raymond, Mrs. Ethel Nodine, BACON 2pi89c p! Chopped HAM 2 :: : 69c
2 : 35c
during their two-week ;
Spetz, Mrs. Pearl Gay, Mrs. Clara stay.
Vaupht and Mrs. Dorothy Kalb. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gay i
Birthdays were celebrated honoring of the Melalcuca Cottages, recently w ,, GREEN PEAS, BEANS, SPINACH or
Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Elizabeth spent a few days in Pom-
Gardner and Mn. Alice pano Beach as the pirate of Mr. NIBLETS CORN
Paul. and Mrs. Robert T. Garrison, in ; S H R I M P Ib. 89c
A bakeless bale sale Is plannedfor their waterfront home. .

the August meeting.which Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vcnditt, cur- 3 pl.::... 89c
will be in charge of Mr* Julia
rent at the Melalcuca have
Wood Mrs. Ethel Nodine, Mrs. guests
sold their home in N.
Freeport Y"and
Evelyn Voight and Mrs. Alice
Paul. purchased a lot in Jensen
Beach. They plan to build in the
HOT IN READINGMr. near their future permanent and make home.Jensen Beach SaveatA&Pl! GRADE "A" DRESSED AND DRAWN FLORIDA OR GEORGIA SHIPPED WHOLE

and Mrs. Martin Wahl of
Fresh Ice Packed
The Charles
Gays were delight
Acres Road have returned
Sunny from Reading Pa.. where they fully surprised last Sunday by the 2 to 3 lb. ft "A F"T C
unexpected visit of Claude V. Neil
three weeks as the of
spent guests
and his mother average
Mrs. Wahl's lister. Mrs. Edna eighty-seven-year-old FRYERS
Fasi,. and enjoyed visit with other had from been coworkers Miami. The in Brazil two some men Stock Up Today
members of their families and
yean ago. .
)tnany old friends. Ib .
One day during their visit the
thermometer reached 104 degrees",
Which prompted the Wahls to Mrs. Leroy Heppe entertained
cancel other planned trips and return Saturday, July 25 at luncheon and
to Jensen Beach sooner than cards at her home on Roberta -- ----- -
expected. Avenue.
Four tables were made up of
WOMEN SPONSOR the following guests: Mrs. Carl
CARD PARTIESThe Houg, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs.
James Price, Mrs. Edwin Miller,
Jensen Beach Women's card As- Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Tom Save at A&P1/ "SUPER.RIGHT" QUALITY SHORT SHANK (whole or hall lb. 49c)
sociation sponsored! a Frusher Mrs. Harry Hackett, Mn.
party on Monday, July 20 with John Puts, Mrs. Martin Wahl
Mrs. Fadma Price as chairman Mrs. Chris Connell Mrs. August Shank I
of the affair. Mrs. Price was assisted Brunnlng,Mrs.Zillah Rhoads, Mrs. FULLY
by Mrs. Dorothy Mercer. Genevieve Gahagan, Mrs. Dwight
Mrs. Hazel Houghton, Mrs. Olive Kelly, Mrs. Frances Hubbell and HAMS Portion 43'
Donaldson and Mrs. Ruby Rob Mn Orlena Braun.
inson. Prizes for high scores were won lb.I
There were fourteen tables in by Mrs RhouJs, Mrs. Harry Miller COOKED .
play and prizes were presented to Mrs. Hackett and Mrs. Puls.
winners of high score at each ta
ble. were won by Mrs.

Connie Have e'a Mn. Blanche Chamber Head -=' .-- ,... .-- -- -- .,_ .1
Baker. -; t- -- -::: :::: -- -

Monday, Aug. 3, another card "' -- -..-.--
party will be held at the club house At Workshop t iii iii t

"I' .....".......... on tPLAID Save at A&P1 Special! JANE PARKER PEACH or DUTCH

Ocean Breeze Industry Luring 6O7tlWST4KPS 1.lb.,8.oz. 39 C
Mrs. Rosaleen Murray, Stuart WIU Tkto COMMO n4 PunluM ( .
Park News Chamber of Commerce manager, II1LEN GURUS
attended a community development SHAMPOO 7-rn. t' "
t Mrs. ROXY ENFIELD, workshop sponsored by the h MUll F.ca bottle $1 Ino Save at A&P/ Special! ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND .' '
CorrespondentMr. Florida Development Commissionat >> O..II..A.. .... Ml* IMMCreamy
Port St. Lucie Country Clubon f II
po- Wednesday night 22, 49
.. and Mrs. Louis Penick. along with representatives July from a :. :::::::.:::.__......, ICE CREAM carton
from New Kensington, Conn, are seven-county area.
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Dinner was followed by a two- '
Coufson. hour film and lecture
Mr. and Mrs. Russell>>! Downs industrial development presentationon by FDC 25&1J'1' K&II Save at A&P SPECIAL LOW PRICE ON A&P

from Fort Lauderdale were the staff members. $
of their friends, Dr. and Mrs. Murray reported that "com 10-oz.
guests Wl/a Thl. Gw..1 L. aw 1.27
attitude" is INSTANT COFFEE
munity currently one
Mrs. Rolfes, Monday jarVNTA
of the. prime considerations in locating Ann Page Smooth
Mr. and Mn. rank Welling plants. She laid "We were sir ER 12oIIM4 /.
from Tituwille were weekend visitors told at the workshop that only NUT Jar C

in the park. about 1,000. plants relocate each ta....t.,A...... Mia. ...... SPECIAL: ANN PACE ANN PAGE SPAGIIErit or CLARA
year while 15,000 cities are in
Frank Babcock h a' returned stiff competition: to get them. k 2 p'a' 37 Prune Juice quart 29c<
Macaroni <
from a visit with his daughter in The Stuart Chamber is currently ..........:::::::::-..-......___.__ Ketchup 3 ; 49C bottle ,
Miami corresponding' with the manufacturer ,-. SPECIAL! SULTANA ANN PAGE: BOSIOV, VLGEIARIAV, or JANE PARKER CAKE

clubhouse Mrs.Cram.The Huntington Tuesday and the Club and prizes Mrs.met went in Karen the to stated product visits,. of who to a Stuart has very made, desirable Mrs.a Murray numberof type I 25; PLAIDSTAMPS Salad Dressing ..q'r' 35c Pork & Beans .3 I: 35c< Spanish Bar '-Ib. loaf 9-of. ,29c*

saw TM c...... .'< PwduM. : 111.J7 J
Mr and Mrs. Theodore! Deor- Funeral Home Got RFGUIAR -
gia from Schenectady, N.Y. have \ \ TY..1

Mr.been and visiting Mrs.their Bud uncle Bcrberich and Theyare aunt Nod from Board punui 4 JW-o,:.*. QOJJC CRISP CALIF. PASCAL LARGE ICEBERG TYPE ]

now in Daytona Beach for a No objections were expressed! Jars''''A.g.L allq a.IM ++r+
few days before returning home. at a public hearing Monday to F

:the rezoning from K-2 to C-l I of __...:..f.... ._ ...:..._.. ....__ CELERY LETTUCE
The Pinochle: Club met Thursday lots II and 12, block I 3, DWCRuffs ............-.._..._.............. :.t :
afternoon the clubhouse
at \ Little Dixie Subdivision to
and had three tables playing Top permit the building of a funeral tK1818 '
winner was Mrs. Leonard Smith, lome. P't: 1//
who will be hoktesa next! week. Ordinance No. 38V, authoring !/- PLAID I

Mr. and Mrs. Rodrique Lewis the rezoning, passed its first STAMPS '
II large stalk heads
and son, Mike have returned to be reading. The second reading will I 19c 2
on Aug. 10. .
their home In Blyttaville Ark., after John E. Taylor who owns the Wild TkU ANN Crnwu PAGEILKBlCUE u4 hwd IIILr
with !
a visit his parents, Mr. and s1
Mrs. Lewis. property stated thai Stone Broth. Mb, 2tM.
Guy ers Funeral Home of Fort Pierce 33 I
Mr. and Mrs. At Geebon had would build the funeral home ala SAUCE bottle I REALLY JUMBO WESTERN -- Enjoy Real Flavor
to return from their vacation in cost of between $15,000())( and i
: : ::: :
the Carolinas as Mr. Geebon was $20,000. _,
taken ill. He has entered a hospital :.: for
in West Palm Beach.: Florida's Since 1978 Alumni the Loyalty University Fund of : : ii : -: CANTALOUPESFRESII 79 c

Mrs. VTrgie Higgins was the has made available more than SI!.. ; =
weekend visitor. of Mrs. Besue>> 700,000() in loans to deserving! stu .
)Meade. dents.! 25

I STAMPS I SWEET A Treat Any Time of the Day! .
Wed Tkte Cup. M4 PmUx *tOUR
Where this emblem.h displayed, you are I OWN

assured of the finest insurance service TEA IXXKSE. M-lb.peg. JO1"UMllkHi 0 J .5 BLUEBERRIES 3 .$1

in the land. at.* .!. Mia. !- -!- -1;,,1,1Del

Moat. Light Meat ...
CHUNK; TUNA 36\4. $100


JUICE can 33 Gef Fie! Riffs Fc 5.11RD.AVGl'Sf 1.

Mbiule Meld Franca 11-0&. iusme a au c we[osrater. iIe.

I ._...... -. ... ..139c: a KOTEX :

W. B. TILTON I 11...In* ,**. ') 10".a. STUART, FLA., I PH. 287-0654 I
1OMATO SOUP ,. nM 23 C ..... 43 c



j 1* 1"" I I J "" $0 c-a 'c. I "'"
.HNMN HACK AT 7-1411 ,I u 23e 2 39c ;: 23c 41tr 29cf s- else 35 c 2 < 27 cLB



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o i Atlas of Florida, published I Man Killed in I THE STUART (DorMd) NEttS Thursday, July 30, 1964 1-C
o i University of Florida Press,, Buttons Citations _.--- ------ --
i first book of its type in tht'on. ,
Turnpike Crash Five Teachers Are Named I

t reshmen permitted and to have sophomores automobile are Awarded Fishermen Early Tuesday By Board Here on FridayFive I

:the University of Florida.

I Stuart Sailfish ( tub recently is- ing out of the Fishnhol in the Rufus Stanley Wilson, twenty- 1I 11'henen appointed! -
i sued awards u> the following I Indian RiverCharge three of 4U Dundas l ."Irt.) Fort for the county school" system: ul
the Pierce was killed when u panel-. a special: meeting of (he Martin Award ContractsSeveral
through ( hamber of Commerce
truck County Board of Public Instruction
office Filed in type owned by the CIty Win-
IFETYi In the 30 years since Cleaning Service of I-o r t Friday contracts were award.
[Congress established the Federal Receiving the prized release but- Crash AftermathA Pierce went out of control and They are: Mollie F. Scott: An ed at a special meeting Friday of
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation j ton and citation for three sailfish turned over on the Turnpike last M M Chapman David 1 I. An- the Martin County Board of Pub-
was J. R Nelh, Memphis!, Tenn. Rio resident was charged with Friday ,
NO ONE HAS EVER dvrsx>n, Mabel M Chandler andFranklm lie Instruction
[ fishing all week with Captain. Ray failing to yield right-of-way after The accident happened two Lelln, Joy Lowe was Sinclair Refining
LOST A PENNY in an insured Young aboard Spray II, and his Company was
(savings account at any of Ameri- -... son. Marvin released four. her car struck another at U. S. 1 miles mirth of the Martin County hired as a .ul'lchruol1wOlLer at I low bidder on fuel oil at 10.9
:, ; line at 530: a,m, Port Salerno
cents gallon The board
and First Street before per expects
1 ca's Savings and Loan Association's Mr. Nellie also shortly
i\i boated a seven- 4 pm on Wednesday. July 22. According u> Trooper, Ronnie The "board accepted the resig- to use about 21,500 gallons
insured! by this Govern- nine-inch 'sailfish! to receive
nation of Lluuhtth: who the
I'rekur.ho was aided in the investigation Frank during coming )jcar Sinclair
[ went agency. This is the safety av a !silver button and received another According to Patrolman Billy I by Trooper Jeff Mad- taught at Port' Salerno The board was also low bidder on gasolineat
record. citation lor a twenty-one- Chase, who Investigated Viola don' of Palm Beach County and went on record expressing its regret. 19\ ,6 cents. per gillon for regular
t w. pound dolphin McCray attempted to make a Corporal! Dalton Cannon of Fort and 208 cents pu gallon for
j' Three .snook citations went to: left turn into First Street and struck Pierce the driver, Mutual Lawrence Teacher transfers' included: ethlItielnas I.
[SIZE Today, more than 4400 Insured Jimmy Harrell Lakeland twenty- the vehicle being driven north on MtKinnon apparently Charles M. Slyer from \\arfttlJ! Inc, ol Viro Beach,
Savings and Loan Associations two pound,; John A Barfield and U S. I by Helen M. Gray of dived at the twcnlr'and ran to Stuart Junior High, CarolK 1 was> low bidder oil liquid petroleum :
serve 3S million savers in LEE CASON JR, manager of the U. S Soil Conservation Service kay Barfield of Pahokce, sixteen Stuart. Damage to the Gray car off the road Schwara to Port Salerno I (LP) ailS at I 12:! cents: per gallon .
practically every community in office here, has been joined by Roblc P. Rams, right, who will and thirteen and! one-half pounds was estimated at $200. and to the \\ilson. who Wit asleep t between from Hobo, Sound; Dorothy l .
the United States and its terri assist ui the many services of the office. the respectively.Ftshnhol All went out from McCray vehicle at $150. the driver and another M Fritz from I Port Salerno to Seven firms throughout Flori,.'U
tories. They make more home ..., No injuries were reported to pavtcnger Arthur Timothy Johnson countywide: Alvin McHarvty from were awarded contracts for miscellaneous ..
than Other citations went to Raymond either driver or to five young Jr., apparently woke up and Booker, Park to Carver burden, j a1 education t
loans families
to American Jenkins 11 of Baltimore Md., fora passengers in the Gray car. grabbed the wheel The car tr.". and Gloria Mclljrdy from (Ikxik- equipment Total colt of the
all other financial institutionscombined. Soil Conservation News
seventeen-pound bonito caught Bled !scone 40O feel olf tho 111.10of er Park to Cast Stuart Elementary equipment is $905,84.
aboard the 'Marbob)" 111,* with The University of Florida Library the northbound' lane. crossed' Nine firms were awarded bids
By LLE CASON JR. Captain Bob Sermishcr; and to is one of thirty-six librariesin the medial strip and turned over bruises and Johnson was severely I from $40 to $4,1 I for several!
Jack Candler of Pcl/cr S. C, for the nation with more than 1- in the! southbound lane I injured'. Both were taken lo Martin hundred housekeeping items. To
SERVICES These facts reflect the a ten-praind sea trout caught. fish 000,000 volumes. Mikmnon sulfered cuts!! and Memorial Hospital I till of the bids was $9' ,447.22.
fuller, more prosperous! life for The U. S Soil Conservation with the Florida. Agricultural Extension ----- --- -

all America which the Insured Service, Gainesville, transferred Service in stressing safetyon
Savings and Loan Associations Roble P. Rain Jr, engineeringaid and off the farm.
have helped to create by encour- from its Watershed Planning In Martin County, we stress
aging thrift and home ownership. Party, Tampa to the U S. Soil alertness and caution in the use "PEOPLE ARE WONDERFUL"AND
Your savings with us help your Conservation Service, Stuart, effective -I of vehicles!, chemicals, and water
neighbors own homes, help create July 19. Rains will assist safety. Tipping over and falling
jobs for a million construc- Conservationist! Lee Cason Jr, front tractors is a primary fatality;
income for suppliers with the planning, application and causer on the nation's farms. Caution -
tion workers administration of plant animal, proper rest and tractor cleanliness -
orders for factories. Your
soil and water conservation programs can reduce this.
savings with us are "dollars on and practices j in Martin
the labels,
the move" helping your com- County. their Reading instructions, proper following applica THEIR NAMES ARE NEWS IN
munity to STOW-and businessto A native Flondian he completed lion, and destruction of insccticid!
prosper. high school at Ponce de Leon, al containers will reduce the poisoning -
and is a graduate of Chipola Junior problem. Farmpond owners -
College, Marianna Single and and developers of water courses
INVITATION We are grateful to twenty rears of age, Rams has are urged to make safety features
you for making this message possible been with the Soil Conservation a part of their investment Infor-
I and invite you to make still Service for a year. He will live in mation on farmpond safety and
greater. use of our specialized Stuart equipment is happily given: by the
services. We can suggest no bet- During National Farm Safety Extension Service, Soil Conservation ; tuart 1{ituWe

ter Federal way'to income make the tax most savings of your than Week Conservation July 19-25 Service, the co-operated U. S. Soil and Service other ,organizations American Red Cross, 1t C tJi

by putting them into a profitable
savings account at your nearby
Insured Savings and Loan As I WARRANTY DEEDS FILED
sociation. Why not drop in to
add to your account. to open know, of course, that we publish the names ., ;.
additional insured savings accounts .
for members of your fam- given Natal below TII. transaction are."lIm"d fI..ure.(ruin Harm', Florida School Inc.: Lot I of a great people in edition of hometown ";
ily or to take advantage of .the tat*deeds r.veSonata..t the mps rata frud of Iconti to. 14 Rivervlew Subdiv.loo. $100. many every your ;j
a personalized home loan. per 1100 In cai where Josephine Robert to Charles R. '
consideration.. I I. nominal auihrellnuulahment Robert and Josephine Robert paper covering all Martin County but even we'I :
of trute-
ah Ip. or ilmtlar ra... where no Property in lot 15, Tropical Fruit \
AND money chanwea hand, ..tamp.Indle..te Farms. $100.I
INSURED surprised when checked last week's issue
site' value a.trmndatorr Thor ara minimum Imtancfj Vista Salerno Properties, Inc, were we July i
WAN ASSOCIATIONS where nior atamp are plead to Arthur Stanificld. Lot 26, blockS

Serving America! on alu.I an II'th"instrument. tranater comptrotil.r'a.thin\ but\ actual office peri Vista Vista!! Salerno Salerno Properties$600( Inc I. 23rd story by story, item by item, tallied it on the add-

which InTeatlnt I .* .t.o'o, appear m.wa tl In. to Peter Hamen. Lot g.,block t, machine and .,
./ lava been. placed Th.II..than... take in. laxwarrsnied no Vista Salerno. $600, ., : ing came up with r, rJ9
M a4.l.p low natal Mrsar aa.ri.ntl ..r":".*ai .....p n.lbltllr (or u.. ...Ullla&.eI Port Mayaca Groves, Inc. to
with .uuaS--.2' :; valuation. Thomas R Cartland. Lot 14, Ms-
-, .. .sss'. -' .. Frank Forsbcrg to Thomas JBeggs. yaca Homesite. $500
(Copyrighted 1964)) Lot 14, Skyline Heights, Nellie Pezzofki to Erne C
First Addition. 1600.( Adcrhoklt Lot 14, Palm City j
Frank C. Champlin to John A. Farms. $700.Nellie .
I WANTA Rains. Lot I, plat 1, St. Lucie PezzorJ to Roderick E. NAMES
Park. $2,300.Martin Adcrhoklt Lot 15, Palm City I 1,702
Development. Ltd to Farms. $100.Lightning.
1 MORTGAGE Bernard Rowdcn. Plot 8, block
120 section 4, Poinciana Oar Jena.
Ir rw .... a ....... .... W 1600.( CauseOf
bill. h.a..n Edward U. Pugh to John Shep
.rt.rr ;: :
.. u_. ..y It.lard.11 .r I. -,.a..b.vw ....... herd. Lot 4, block: 27, Hibiscus
_.... ...........aa. Nwa..abh Y.Mae Park, section 2. 6000. Nursery Fire
ran. C. Pauline Oocskling to Edward OF MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN
Phones Vero Beach 56Z-2373 J.[ Curry. Property in tract 4, block Fire destroyed a two-story frame "
75, St. Lucie Inlet Farms. $3.801)) building at the DeMalco Nursery '
Samuel N. Rhodes Jr. to W H. :;
north of Kobe Sound Wednesday

FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS wood.Wagner$1,000.StuartMartin.Company.. Lot 14, West- lightning.The afternoon. alter it was struck by l,. THAT ONE ISSUE-AND IT WAS A'LIGHT' 't'

Inc. to Stuart I
& LOANASSOCIATION Sands, Inc. Lot 4, block: 2. and building which housed
lot 5, block I I. River Point $100 nursery supplies, was a total Ions ,
The lot estimated in ; EDITION
Jack H. Whilicar to John Martin -i was excess .
OF of 5000.
Gunsolus.! Property in lot 17,
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Inlet Harbor Subdivision.! $300. I The fire occurred about 2 p.m.., ., V: M'. .
at the height of a thunderstorm .-.11
2045 14th Ave. Dial 5422373Vero Newman Volney Stcarn.P. Bayley to Margaret government I No one on the grounds at the .." These I Their "
I dwho: were people "doing t things.
Beach, Florida I lot 3, section rtI4n. time' fire was well underway kk t e. I,air" I ,

Free Parking 15th An... ship J. Stewart 37 S. range Mathews 41 ct E. at$4000.to Ed- ; Jupiter when Island it was Police finally Chief reported.Marvin were published in connection with news stories about y* w

HOUR 9 to 3 daily excjtVtt- ; C. Sites. Property in section Crows heard of the fin and ..I :.J .
9 to 12. S to 7 Fri far I township 39 S., range 37 E. called the Jupiter Island Port J the and '
eaday, Oft 27000.. Salerno and county: fire depart progress growth of Martin County, new busio : t'vflt4; \ a
day eveabg. Cloud AI Day J. Stewart Mathews et al to ments. Firemen prevented the fire ((1j(1Ifi
Saturday. Luther O. Huddle. Property in from spreading to adjoining build- ness enterprises groundbreakings f for business
section II, township 39 S., range ings. i [ ;, expanI' ; I." .1'"i' !lfI
"Wien. CntoMcn Seat! Thee I -- ---- ---
37 E. $90.000Marie
Frk.ds" H. Butterfield to Stephen 1 JJ 'S sion weddings birthday parties hospital notes and '*"
K.mimil Lot 11, St. Lucie Park, ': ,;; ..,,', :, .

. revised plat No. 2. $20,000. I I I ...Itf -
Julia Fillmore Harris to Mill Trooper&llsays f ,, community news. : :
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M. STOPPaying for

Insurance MORE THAN 300

; 4 atr4 r

I .
i $s.c..0 A YEAR BUYS THIS $.I.H A YEAR BUYS elks .

$".00 ...... ilf. OO ItMM

$IGO ani EqI ..,tOt R..... .

I $25.0M LbUIitrS25 S25JMM Medical LMBity' t* IN LAST WEEK'S STUART i NKIVS; ,;
1 $sot Medial $504

{ PJJ. $259 PJJ.Premium t: \ < .
$5* CUM. Sst C1IM .
The People Martin County Are Wonderful

Are Outside City Limits i : And We Arc Proud to Smc '11lcmVith a ; :I/"" i

Newspaper Which Reflects! the Most Import : ". h"
Hhjvfaf h ted. eel rf trifle
.. .
No For Liability On ,. "'... (
Charge to dangerm .ftxtici, top* "' "
ant Thing We Know the and
:! People
cliffy raft fcwrs ontw .
Boats and Motors and ... '

Swimming Pools Stay> .ki joor thriila Un*. M. ,. put S "t ,: What They Are Doing!

to nrt ttt road b clan Utor .
jot thin (anttv h mibud's ii
I fiM, tet n tot Sh w11r &fund Nrlu.u .
OM taOf aQi a.iIC.d
287-3262 Stuart
Krueger Bldg. traffic.. : '21.10


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2-C TIIE STUART (111)) NEWS Thursday. July 30, 1964 SATURDAY Continued '..n, --.-

(Ckntlnu.il. ) 10.00-1 Candid Camera ',., ; ,
I .. S no Islet '; ,t ,
I 6.00,4IM1MI f American .0....*>* j

TV PROGRAMS !, is to T_F". -, It MerleIS MorhtIOiM '.h .. ( \\;\- tr Q '(It \" ,..j .

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I.t30-K A Wt..rBun World II1. MoralattiOO 45. .
..._ (u.- -t-T OantJfMnI) Olaaaraaiailt .
Aft. M Noaar n.wllIt6nis 5130-4 Oom.dr Sloe e.ta01
( M Monday azaopt) tl .. .. r. "Jnto'u" felloe.. 4 Buainar BMtr.Intro. 'tl + .
1,00-1* Mn.l : 1:::. ..." J- Th.H UKMteMnnl ft ductlon to Hpua' Sal*""* ,

4130 4 M.... tl .._4 Collar. of tka *Jr \
ttoo-It Bimrla Tkaattw HootuonnyBiSO Colt. ) 1.5,0 I
5.? CaaUaaittal GUuarwni
T Moro Btao -II Movl. -4 Hi* Dofopdort II 1lra| gtonai.i40 fY'
S.OO +1/Yod S. t Joey Bla 1 h "
8141.4 I.toln/s rE 010 --4tNovh. 10-" Lawnmeo Wont -It Bunna Maaolarti4t 4-1 i "

,.!. tOO, 1-7 4 N... la Bpanlakf '
0,704 Cook. In t With Goo MerleBiSo ; II.
Bunialna AlmaaMt
.,00-.-. 21'._ Sport, Waatkr Aflom_ -4 Immu Playhona ,tt-tl N.... 'Waathar (I.I.I., I 'i. 'IMt
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ii Mondsfno.pt) It Hollywood Palaa Variety
10 Mori.i l.oo.Jf..m '
Marl. .' 1004 etoww. --I. ''I' ,
yr PIpir.
1 0-11 Comment Art ono 4 ISO-4 Movl. I.A10-4 (run mok* -J

till-T BM Hun_Advnt.r.. 7 Movl 11.11 Una ."1eo .10-4 11...
ION..... W.ath.r. BportaIt li4O- Baiuitor. BaiaUwr IS Tk* DeputyI0t4 I. Crou...kIt ,
$-It.ii M.". Tkat IBM
If*w I' Hiitklabarry Hound Movlai3t i
Plabln, 111000, i. It II New i
/1t5-4 Waathorl0 Moon ? lt But Mot tonal!** I
Bi4B-. VMaovmtmviEvanln. 11 tot-It Top. In .......* : 't'I n
-4 Now 11.'_. thamplvnahl 7:30-ti FMIIICapial
t HantlyBrlnkly\ Boat Wnetlta r, 4 rrdt '
I* 8u."" fi 0-4-t M..... 'p_. Watkjt 11.15-S I:: ; Otbor MovlaII WorI11130 .00-4 t 4 TdayIt .* Kaniat 14 ; tik dr
It Night lilt MI tk. Gold COM N..... Wllllt" -/ Noel.IS Duin. talaoilar. 1
1.41-4 N.w. Walter CronkltNow. I. ....1. Mot). It BOnrIM Tlicatr { t

I.}- Huatlay, I.1nkW 5110-11 ComnntIlls ilanlrh/ Tbaatr. ,_II Fo.ua
10.11 101.... 1 -' M. H..at '" tram Ti irk
N.w. Wnthw10Th. 'SZia\ n1" ** '.-U Gar4an P... p
Droll. V.11,7 0.,. tr Club ;
NMI "ct-4. I 104,0. boo. b1t
klabarry Mound 1.0_" NI.bl.._.. show N.. t > l
5,5-4 Bast Ot lb. It RaportII
1160+1 C .
Mo,. ll.wprt : ..mpbmh4 W.IIDI Mornlnl PlavkeuaeSi4t S.J'Lr J
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,130-d Cud Roporu II M kt Life of tk* Gold Coati 41
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1-7 Vlrtlnla Color( ) ti4t-4 Newe-waltr vroniiw ri tp
/-llb1.,. :: el: Uaal *.. l-f Nw*. H.oth. .. Brlnkley SUNDAYAIM. t M Pbbk in &/'.., r P 5 1
Harrt.lt It New' !
_ S .110-4 FTtke.ll It Ron Co.h.." New' IMmbt II Banjo BlllrIt 4 ocr "..w
Peaty Dvk .... f 4 Bob Moraine- i''laybeuaeBtO I ..'
..-4 Ru.panae iOO-M or."..IJ'1'.otno -4 tu.l. ; \ ;., fj
10-11 Th. rarmari'a DautktorBiOO f Th* H0nymooaer 4 1 JO-II Thl** Btoota t Amoe and Andy '
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-4 Beverlf MUlktUw* 11 PM.Ina': Parade ..-it ".*. aod ..aatk* II Mornln.!:. flalooeolOiOO : .b s1' i .
-4 Oartoon-o-vlll. ""' I;
t Th* Balnt tt30 i international Showtime -4 M..no... <
iII&oIa! "* 10.11 Daatry t Farm .Alraana *.7 Make. loom for DaddyIt \ ,
Caaar t.tO- Haul ttt7 I.C Life. of Kilat J "
,i90.4 Dick V.n Dyke Bob Hop Niws II'ZI-t. N.. a ,' : ; oIJI ,
10,00-4 Danny Kara Show 10-11 Burke* Law f.fI-.U Comwly Tin* 10110-d I Uvo Lw0 'I' .' .
i30 4 Cartoono.vUlet ; '
t-7 Elavantk Hour t.oo-It Pfekt *r tk. W..k t MrvJOrlffln Color*
It Dlak Pewell mist. .._ Twuirht. Eoa* Acrleultiire KeportIt T Word for Word (Color) 11
fan Aoi.ilcanIt
II 77 Bnnaet Strip 5.7TwTnTw ...11 Price I. Highs. .
..... Bunrla Tb..'.* ,
IllOO /- -7.11 Mawa. W..t. 10-11 Th. Price la lithe ,._ toll Tha Mli.lnaLlnke .
It Newa-B1U BheeelII I*100-4 Alfred Hllobioek7 4 UoipaJ. ravorlto 11._. MeOoy. .
Movl -7 Jack. Paar I Movie '.1 Concentration10IJ ; .
llilO-t-t TanlKkl: 'wU> Johns 10-U r'lKht of thf W..k I BullwlnkleIt / Gal (h. "...aso l. "
Carao. (Color) .) ; /'. IOi O-4 Portrait. II Blniln': Time hi: Dlnle fl,3o4, Lev Tkat Bokt
Moinln Playkovaetot
Movie Wyatt barn: .
It <
Jeopardy, (Color) .
lol.: ,
II Btarlliht TheatreliOt l Make That Bpare --)II Hit ..... I;
-'It NI.b'_.*. MvMi II--.t..at Mewa F....... Spin ,.SO.-7 Clr.ii Sop 11,00-4 New.After. ****
.... Noy <.
'O:2: _ 11,1M., .,.. II Oe>pal Carava b'ft-tl Buy When
knows Soot
II Victory Haptl.t CkapaltiOO rathe
UiaotT lenlKbl with Johnny Can 1 "
THURSDAY -4 Thl.* la tk. Lot Bit*--t Beareafer romorowt7
I.oi-tor Nlfhtwatak-Variety4iOS T T.laml.o Truth or Ceneaquante (Color) .
10-11 Tannr.. Ernl Ford
JILVBt) -II Marl No. I It Pan Amarlc.nII M
Lower Llvhthooa 1..4- Guldlnc Ll.kt 1 1a
M.r.bRan. "" till-t The Bacrad Heart 'tilt-'..'." fists' a3'? p y( rl m 1011 4iiP} ati' ,1, rq 'I' ;..I.a .

( SATURDAY. t.lo. -.4 Faith for Today 1.00. 4 Lev* tt Llf 'ems (r. {''fi'll ,w Sr.M'i : J. At1 ,.i If,
Manoar mpt) r
( a* .. 4l U. tMB t Tha tkrlatophar. t TRAIt Irt
.ilB.-4 Bumntar 8mHtr. if...***).* wrM.r.ht-.- t Hariaona .f Filth, Movl ,t"'si d 3 + 11i11 G .M f h ., T's 401 Kw-c 1. ,
ri r II Comedy Tim. 11 Matin 'TkMlr.
..00-4 M I.f:. f siiy; -4 $...".. ........ .. ""Mod r. *..-5.Thf Living WoHI llOB_It D." ,* Drak.. A STATELY MARTIN COUNTY PINE IS SILIJOUET1XD AGAINST TIIE SKY IN OUR STATE PARK.
u Movl. t ..tAflr\ OoaiparaHv. D.... Iron lltl airs .-t Blat foci th. story 4 II 011..
.B. 0115110 Armdt ....... IOloo-t limp. lint My Poet 'Wed,.Irk 1'tgh T_.| 0-.. -
(Ram .. Molls aMt) 010.-10 New+ Filth' Per Today -. Tbur* .

I tOO-It Movl. ** .> ., 7100-4 I: Hapndt. .,.,nla... f 0 SYrotomlintoWor.bld. Hour I I i.at o--4 4 Aa New tb* World Tint. Gardening in Florida: ing with too little light or the Pandanus, Peperomia Sansevicr]

4.SO-4 Movl CIIIIII\r. 10,50L1wb Up and Uv 11s'. M.k a Dal" la
7 Mvl t. Clr.uaTiOt t Bl. Picture f Girl lullI,4s.s 6 I temperature Is too high for 11 b e Sunaapsuj.FHOFESSIONAt.
.i B-4 Cmhaaay Traveler -IS Comedy Tim T Eternal; Link Be II, ou..0-DI.oa.h.. .
Tilt It 'Armed K.raea n Pared plant.
It Bible. Talk t.OO-4 PaaawordI
Ev* l.f TilO -a Atrlultiirl News II Pet. Bmltk .7 Lor.ll. Yonnf If you are just starting a houseplant
f run Club
.7,00-Nw 4-1 If.Watkr.... w.*...*>, Spoils It Canaan Lon IUn LaralralTiM ...rIt II.oo-t.Iol Camera | lilt--4 It-It BOOM New.BllO Party. Your Foliage Plants project. here are some suggestions Salono/

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It Moth.5,10l II Ii.... f Moo'IS ft** S TiN Dorter on containers.
$ Co*>mntill -t 0.II...'. Prmida J.vrl.h Worahlp Hoar It Day In Court
--7 taakuatIt II FIr' .t Bevtlat CkankIt Bit*-t-T 1'1.' .. Wooden tubs are excellent since
Now.51so4 *too-t Advcntnr Thom II '1o It Lla* Bower? a.d W_..'. KwiaiO
N.... { Pan A..nt.Clue. Tktr Soil.. i".t1:;: = -. T* Toll' th* Troth Appreciate Washing'By wood prevents rapidy drying out
t H...tlyBrink1y. t pal t lutartootIt Mail for BknMM 1-1 Anothar World I of the toil. Jardiniers usually lackdrainage f
)I..... w_ '_ MornlnaPlayk.oa* 11100-1 ganalora Ioithw001. 10.11 O.n.r.l Ho.plUl holes which ,
II Nlikt Llfa of tk* Gold tout *.04 Holland l.a-S Pins' may causea
,., Nvre-Hoatlw. Brtaktoyti4t -IS MernlntUyaou* AfUraaawlliOO 1,10, -4 Cd>a of Nla-kt watering problem Clay pots ire
tilt It Unale Bo
-4 1'1.' _Waltar crvmklto 1-1 You pon-i Bar (Color) IIFRVEY SILRPEFoliage frequently makes the plant miser-'
t.SO--t T.nne.M* Tut.d. --t Bold J00pnqFront fine and can be painted to blend
._ lt.lt QIM for Pay
Petticoat Jorntloa *
I llpao* Angel.It ) ).. 6k... : able. Often the soil in the bottom
10.11<< I 4>o -4 Batrai Btonat like with the colors in the Beauty
5.,. Bunny .. plants are people patio.
Mr : ,.r--- 7 Ct>m. Mattna M.... Corns
7 It Pa.iln Parad.. 0100-d Attic Show I* Prajact It T Mlrtar Moil* Club -they, too need a bath. of the container becomes dry Brats and copper are ideal for

7130P.u50rd $tt Boapbol B.njo Billy Darby II 'Top I Stir Bowling It.II Major Adama. Ttallmaatar Plants wont tolerate a daily causing the plant to wilt or die table and mantle arrangements
1 '. Book 4.80 4 "0.10
1,30 ( tk -
t 7 Battlallne
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10-11 The PUnUtoM* Color) .It. .Moraine u.....tUrknMIt Boa 10 Taaa H.an* t Lira of Kill* !scrub-down but take on a healthy Keeping the plant roots soggy but these, containers are usually

t.OO-4 Hawbld: !: 4 > 11 Mllwauk B...** t Motto luster. with an occa.ionalleaf wash "with water.wjll JilLtry} :% small, to pay careful attention to
t "Tk Tman qJUd ".. 1.OO--4 Bklrlar tnpm It-is Major Adom4 Tnlloatp
t I R.ddp ((00" ) ing. Dirty foliage is unattractive water and fertilizer.
7 On. Stop 11.0". f Haw Most foliage wellat
It Anawara P...... t HlKkway PatrvlIt plants grow BEAUTY CAREVIRGINIA
....1 Do.'. KaWBitO II Roller. rtmkrlOiOO Howl( It BkrkI It-ll. Am.rlmui Kaw.itaadt.OO especially in an otherwise spot- temperatures between to and Soil it very important for houseplants

10-11-1.7 rir1Mi.a'Or lUiaar ,., -Heater 4 Qulok. Haataot. Draw SlrOraw(Color) 1 Dlir.rsrpSanta Twlna -Wnodr I BuparmanIt Woodpaekw le.Iorida room. I 70 degrees '/Therefore, in summer Since they must survive

BiOO 4 til VLravarlaa. In BelaBa 1' It of 4mIS .30-1t II Loft ABa Tim. 101.... if the leaves are heavy with I protect the plants from being on a very small amount give them
It Stamp Bun OH ..Hn.
11 Cnela; O,..... Itilt-It Unole 110"1O' III *ock,. and HI. Prln4 grime, use soapy "water a soft cloth broiled alive by sun rays. In win* the best toil mixture available.
lllfhtr Mt7 .... .
--J ,H..d Dw. (Color. ..'... XL I (.Color BrflO-.il' Dlracllon and A. wrl /Bit l.4t: *--t II. Til Vl.hlBa.Is U Ik*Waataar.Ian Sail and a gentle touch Rubbing too ter, don't roast the plant roots There in no best mixture. How. 111

10100-4 m. \ia .. IllOO 10-11- 4 Mail Kla TI.L.nl TI. B,30, -It t>la<.vry '44 tvaajlnt hard will cause! injury. by placing the container on a ever a long-time favorite for many ... KINNE Owner,

t tr."T:' : ;. (dt* f(elk) t-7 Dons'. tka MtiM* 1,00 II -Laurl 4 Ckwkmat and Kv* 0,014.1 N.W.. Waatbar. avHlf Slightly dusty foliage will sparkle radiator, homeowners is a mixture of two Operators

10-11 kdl"Cu..u4Al( .) Iliio lo-ll-4 Oartoonlaa Bar k.fn. Caaar Cart**** t-7 Paripaotlv Ml flrvatDMO Nawa, WntfcarIt if polished with a flannel cloth. Plants are also like people In arts peat and one part garden FRANCES REDDISH
10.11 Bid '-) 1* Nat)1. Movla lilt. Plant polishes are available at {he their loam soil.
that like food served
lOiSO-II Top* .. Sports.. SAor.r5' Siao-7 CBmkatII ISpwa irtn they NETTIE- CRISWEJ.L
"III*. It Co.t garden: supply store. But before If you are hunting for
It Pta, 0',,> Bunday Matlnaa at regular intervals The best suggestion plants
II.--.Ie. Nwi, ".u.... Sports II lit-Ilaanl It BaaJa and CwllII Billy ..00-4 Lilt..... Hobs I.It-It )I.... W..t...*., Sport. you use! them, be sure to read (the on feeding plants is to follow that take little care and will with
It MwII I Dancwratan I
IIIU N..... "..t.... Soorti Altwsw 7 Comb.t ufo. f 7"Hlabwar' ratio directions.The l the direction on the container slam much abuse consider such ; \
111:5-1 Moth It Golf Tourn........ til*-4 WaatbMtt3O proper watering of plaits l. Use a complete fertilizer in ) Bromeliads, Dracaena, Now Featuring -
Ie 110.1. 11.00 4 Miami M.)).** 4,JO-4 Tw.ntl.lh C.ntary I -4 1'1.' .. 15 than giving them Monsters '
ito--I Tonltht with Johnny Carton S Bullwlnkl. Color' t its and tk* Story I t Huntter-Hrinkloy. ..*... more important tablet or powder form. Peperomia or Sansevierla Pedicures
(Color) I Youth: and :..* laanoI 7 Com h.. t Noon WaatkatII a bath Too big a drink or none 4tall These plants don't seem to mlnj
II liD,,*, Boos Bunny b/5-4 ...... Mlakt Lira a* tk. Cold Ooatt,4t spells disaster. In general, most If ihere'ar/ directions on the low Relaxing Facial \
., ..._ light intensity or warm
lliOO-II Ovliiw Prortl .oo-t hold Ynaqa -4 W.lt.r UroakiwI container mix one teaspoon of a dry
II Sups Runny -7 WIM .U..4_ 1 Nawa -Hunt tor. Brlnklay home plants require a thorough rooms.
15,00-10 DI.Mvrla la ........* It Rairaifoot II Nawa i :Roa CoikraaTiOO once a week. complete garden fertilizer in one
If Dl...,.,.. la Hilma. II Trail M..t.r -4 M,. kdt ; quart of water Apply this Plants that will grow in full
II Anwlean/ BanilaUnl tilt Pro (aorahoariBiSO Jlmmr. BlrlPkland. ShewTRhxanl Don use cold water as it shocks sunlight include Codiaeum CLOD SATURDAY diirto
11.311 "" ...*. : ::l'O.'iI, Colin* Bowl the plant A small dash of water strength solution every two to four Dracaena July August and !September
I lOO-tt D......... 7 Ifl.. Aa..la, Pirart weeks. Finis. Philodendron selloum
It h."..... Hop It 'In...* ana? Aaiwaii. Y.so-4 T;* T.II th. Tratk of Ind'San'CY erla. Plants that will 304
I.I Moth. University1 Florida Agricultural OSCEOLA AT 7-05
I ISO-1. %_IUnf II Top Htar Bawllna tolerate
10 Wmtllnf ...-. Camm C It.II Ou... Unit. Smokey Says Expenment Station research.en dry soils are Bromeliads:
It Know / Plbl .41-11 'lahl"8. Wnthsr Ppsrt. ..110-4. I'v. Got Barnt
BiOO-t '1.' and tk* Btarf 11 f'tolol..C, W..,.... ._ > ..$*_4 Vaaalkl Playkona, give these tips on diagnosing!
7 Watk .... WhudI' titO+I Datalln* lft.lt Wann Train bolt' fFOREST plant troubles Brown tips or burned ,

1! laSfatt: : l ffaU: Lnsbe. :.1/O*--4 4 Andy Daaar OrHfllht7 Thoma FIRE margins, to leaves mean too Enroll' Your 4 or S-Year-Old ;in

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,._. Bold, ...r.., t,00-1.' M*>. tha Praao Color. ) HolI'...... aaa tk* liar QUIZ I much fertilizer; you've let the plant
II THA It Miami ...*.. Conf.ma* 10._4 Nakml city roots dry out. or you've let the
i RADIO acmes B,.-7 Momai<" of Bp rte It Ch.mpl.n.hl" BrldvaI 1-7 MHub Mill ; t Methodist KindergarteiINDIANTOWN
10.11 Biwklnv. Point. become win burned.
110PMurt.ld.. tUI /100W.. WMI N Sian (MUIC ON') plant -
Blar rod tk* Itory 5.15.-i: S.ihe.n 1170. 4 Broadway Oc-a Lath
RADIO STATION WSTU II II......* Rlrkllaht All.Pro mkaar4 1.00: -4-1-7-lt-tt Haw*. was..., Yellowing, and dropping 0 f !
0. torrst A1'.1I' fWr> ROADbegimJi"g
I.IGPlon. _.. 1110.-/ Hawaiian E:.. 5wnalI leaves indicates. soil or gas fumes, ,
EACH MONDAY 7dS PJVt I Chad 7 n..... 7 t riorlda.. "'''1..u.:: .....'.'Ih.. UPHILlT) &: CR POWriHIU. over-watering poor drainage or

It Hooi.nany .IIJ. /.ht Thaetro poor soil aeration. Small leaves

Almost Everyone Listens To It Nlahtllf.,....aa. ')Parad. Dell Cosh1.4.II I'. lOa, -It Moth.p ..Spouts.. Wows D UPHILLWEDNESDAY Suggest tight or heavy toil mixture TUESDAY SRPT1 MISER 8th

f 100-4 Laaal STATION WSTU t-7 Hill baa Bk wIt .iM-IS Mail. moisture. 8:30: TO I 11:30
RADIO Nawa, Kpari. WatkwI
1ao-S.1 Walt Illawy (Color) TUESDAY Weak growth or tight green For Registration(
I*.II lnpl.os.oo.S / or Information call:
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. Kd lultla.low Aid. 4Maralnf D'DOWNHILL color on otherwise healthy foliage -

t,'_-' (irlndll perhaps indicates too much:
L l.. ...*., sad Trial 1 'light lack 01 forUluMT rootrotor Mrs. II. \YhaIen, AT 7-0251()

M01DAY Chin BATCBDATwr4 /00- 4 Cbarity Oam .111-4 Snmin Insets. *M 4Cnmttaratlva ...
root Yellowing,
I.' 1I0..noo poor system
14th. wRww AND WMATHER t.- tiinsrt i'\ntrtk.HHNAUH .._-. Honw+.y : Molly Dino"5110II Tamarto !wilting or soft growth "means too Church Office, AT 7.1556
wr4* : ., -It Hoamnaliara Pan much heat or root
Maw *vrir k.lf Injury.
> t.OO--4 Mavl
Cnr 'Mt.l.l.r .t 145 0-.. rod.Wo 1 M*..l Small leave, and long internodet
: N'Nth. N TMM. BiMHlrlk.ar f1. RCA VICTOR 41 I NAVE MORE nORIDA
..... H.aon. M tkavr(MMl M. Maaltl :: Nnsi t :\. ( ..Aftn Monday aajtlaai apt) are signt that the'plants are grow" .

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1.lt i I, Signal Damaged Pedestal:It Bridge Opens I IAithollllh

southbound span ported to have apparently' escaped
kWPVI M of Roosevelt' Bridge hut not v et : IIt.'rl11injury.. His passenger,
been' opened to traffic( one of its Elmer Richardson. of I loop Road.

signal: pedestals' was damaged byI wa unhurt

I I I a Pulm' C sty motorist ellrlSulur.. BeixficU ass charged: wllh I
''ilny .
careless driving
I causing an accident -
According, to Patrolman Clare and with damage to private
Y .l } met Mrtice. who investigated pfopertv:. Rind the bridge and Its
r Donald Kay Ucnificld, t cniyiv m.LliIl"lIonl have not yet been
farm woikcr, failed to make the handed! over to the state
turn on to the ohf east span a* he I
drove south it :2fl!::! t,m, His car -
"went through the barricades' of 1

ash ur the uncompleted west span and I
damaged' a signal pidistiil (hire. I
Bt.nrfn.ld was taken to Martin!
Memorial. Johns Funeral
Hospital hy
.Home mtuilitHC\: hut Mat K
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f b ,,ll i"te Jishf aatutl teal Y r+, remember we art only afar

I. ::1 away M your telephone.Whether .
1964 GRADUATES, left to right! Dale Anderson Carroll Vaughan and Billy Martin make T1IF HSII OR'S ('Rf V, under the watchful: eye of B G. (Goldie) Ooldlng" rear includes, left to you need tnsuronct or
up the paint crew, In spite of the appearance of their clothing, they do get some paint where its needed right. Ronnie C1.lrk. Arthur Kelly and kip Fuller, all MCSH Miuknls JIM! .lmpl Information
That Is You.
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'We Need Summer Jobs Students State STUART S4IIHSU SUMMIR 1OLRNVMFNTMay ( I ..I I! IF trs INSURANCE. .

( t Ofl. 31)) j i SIR IMF.

I SAIinsH-Men'i length division. Ronald I.. Helton, '__- PelicanBeauty !

So School Board Obliges by Hiring 15By / Stuart Boston \\Tialcr.Manatee Marina .. I ftAMBPRJACKl I R. JOHNSON

Hugh Morr \Oll. Melbourne Bench, $alon

"Gulf trcan'," Captain Von K. Jourdun .......-...... 661b. I ox. I
BUNNY ABBO'ITMartin Mike Crook. 1964-65 student coun- AGENCY
BLACK R. D, 'ru ch. Lake | Jensen Savanna 10 lb. 1 ot i '
County Board of Public cil president, in the purchasing 4.i BASS: Cty. Ere: .Ings by AppolMmal TOIUY! OR CALL

Instruction solved the summer agents department. Carl E. Son BLACkFIN TUNA: Charles R. (Gorman Kantoul.'Til., Mjrtkt Clark ClaIre fcnnhM AT 7-3364
Jr, keeps the trio busy visiting -Marbob 11." Captain Bob s.ril1\1ilwr ... .. \.3 Ih I
I vacation employment problem of various schools la the Martin County 211 OSCFOLA AT TO4IH 1R.ST FEDERAL: BUILDING
fifteen of its students and 1964 system and checking inventories BIUmSH: Charles Get. Vero Reich .. ._ ...... .. .... U& Ih I ot I I 1 .
i .. ..
graduate simply. It -- -- -- -- --- ------- -- -
very gave -- --- ------ ----
Cocoa Beach
I BLUE MARUN: R. D Farmer, 'SprayII.
r them jobs itself Three 1964 graduate' Dale Anderson ." Captain Ray Young .. .. ,HO lb. . WITHTLC
Ardcn Brjnnon. valedictorianof ,. Billy Martin and Carroll i
the BONITO Mrs CUo Oagne! Coco Beach, "NlarN
I Vaughan compos: "paint : ) SHIRTS
girl the in class the group of 64 works and the with only a crew" giving, to the county schools III," Captain Boh Scrimther ........ ......... 18 Ib 4 oz

former classmate. Gary Little and a the new old look one., or at least improving COBIA: Mr Robert Waling, Uesburg, Spray II," FINISHED
"" "" .. flit lb. fUNOIR LOVINO CAM)
I.UU.: Aii' mii: miKSiT Ricky Scammell and Bruce Ur- Captain Ray Voting

I i% Till 'II"'U JOf.j'O'RTthem. ; quhart are kept busy as carpenter { DOLPHIN: Meek V Farley, Eau Gallic, GulMream," THStiMV AT

jobs unclf 'i mates helping convert a classroom Captain Von JourUun .... ... ...........' .. .. .. 41 lb. "
Arden Brannan. valedictorianof at the old Martin County I Scranton Jensen Beach. ...... 6 Ib 3 ofJACK Pf 3fJ aIt/te" ,
I the class of 'M and the only High' School on East Ocean Boulevard I j FI OUNDFRi, D
-girl in the group! 'uorkt'wdh a into a new home for the ) : j ('RtV All F.: Ros longshore Cocoa Beach DO ('OIOR,.'()() A\'KNUESlUARr :
I ix x! AN'rlIon: !>'n, MIIHIUIK school boards bookkeeping department tc ; I "Skipper II,"' Captain A. I, tohiticar ./ ... 30 lb. 2 ox AT 7-17"
TATH" O1 { and assisting' in the re-J Desharnak, Jackson
atM U t'\tt1AvK. Nan, ) of school furniture 20 ('OM\IfRnu. IIREETJFNSEN
IW1as11.11'11." ) pair 1 f Height. N, Y.. "Fran L," Captain Pete Robertson' 51 Ib -., : A r 7.1111
C'.sni/H'K, I Ronnie Clark Arthur Kelly and
I Ip.
I IV.cawdS.OTII I % kip Fuller are members of the "., SEA TROUT: I.. W Cone, Palm Ctiv 4 12 Ib. 7 ot Fret Pkk-Up' Delivery"
t: lit < HHIIOH:
TO VII (C'H.I'ITIII\I4 .INI': At.I. "janitor's crew" Their ;job i is / f s SNOOK: Xlnrris Schall, J nen Beach ....... 11 Ib.TRIP1ETAIU .
FUtttlN: MASDH; tMlIMI'AUAINHT/ ri.t"* hH OKM stripping classrooms, cleaning andwasing I I William W, McDowell, Si-wall Point 17 Ib 4 ox.VVAHOO 5 FOR $1.12
them and their furniture,
f T.1TE'ou. : .... I O' New York City 42 Ib. I ox, SPECIALLY PRICED
und .ooh lit rOil are and restoring the rooms, ready for i : Ckorg* T. Re Illy, I
by noiirird"\Urn' or ml demur.1 r"'IIIII.d|' whl l 't"h pr.u.>'nl : the mu school term. I II WEAKFISII: Gordon P. Co,, Miami .,. 3 Ib. 2 01 Your (bull Atcownl |bolted'' (U Unllnof. II**)

:m..t of yn..,i. majr hav. aaaln.lthe John Paul dray works as an 1--- _. ... ._
balrt.: ( Mil H CARUi'E -- -- -- ------
elan) k"'J\vn a. Mlf H. UtUMk I electrician helper and Doug
Iuas..d. Inl* or Martin ('o mlMi ". Funk at a mechanic Both find .i
nf ". lda wMh flllnv f p
In; ih, r unl>' Jude., ': tenure :of plenty to di>. principally on the
Martin (Runty In lh own Hnu.V Khool board's fleet of buses' .
ai *\ mti rlurlili" alrnlnr % V'V
monll'i:; fr .nl II hlh'i": \ h<> I Graduate Charles Sipos and HURRY
fine' puklii tIn nt n"nrrHUP
\I'l' Bobbie members of td"t
i LAIM tug: I I.E 11 MIHT Thompson. are ,' t ,'b
111:: : |I"'I.Y HWrmTO, I ASl' 1.'U.EIIN > the "yard crew which has been r .
r'llMllT4TN'ATIOVVti! : HANK combating !sandspur and generally
III-' I HTtAUTna improving, the landscaping of

urn 1 t 11.ROI..INH<>rImrulnr:Yr..ld.nt n JTrIl.t all county schools ARDEN BRANNAN checks the Mr of hart' E Sun Jr. purchasing There's a great buy waiting '

: of' the F.IBIC of.rt t.toIU': ANtpNT1sKMNTIs : agent She And Gary I Ittle, another 1964" MCSH graduate! and rIr
Vial H. f nrln.K' l ai ,
I rawer 14, ; '..rr''j.i! <*II*PL: H IITTM1V: I450 KtlH MtNTI ('n 'liT', tho vacation.. : '
during summer !
Ailornvy for J:*...-ut"r I rirr' ".* HOHIIIROHITK > Chevrolet :
fiG Eat: Mean lUulHiarlP I %""u. for you at your dealer'sCAtry
O B<111 IIS4) Ktuitrt UnrMa It REVECTATE
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1IIURMUY, JULY 30, 1964 OldMulgobalsGiving
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Published every Thursday at 111 East Oceun Boulevard, Again in

*., Stuart. Martin County, Florida

Entered a* tecond-clasa: mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida

MEMBER OF: Quest for LifeTHE r


AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS our back yard has come to its time of giving
again and I am always impressed by the miracle u

GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor of the golden, rosy-tinted fruit.


MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year, two yean THE FRUIT are the children of the tree,

$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate) each a living entity and a possible replicaof

Anywhere else! in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, that towering trunk those far-spreading 1
Six month $2.75. three month SI.75.1 branches and the crown of leave that extends taA

Foreign and Canadian rate on application >> forty or fifty feet m the sky

IN THE ARTFUL way of all living u n
Reminder Should Be Supplied With' Licenses things, the mango tree ha a purpose, that it. '
shall live eternally and to achieve that purpose

it hal coated it* teed with tweet, delicious -

Attitude Can Kill You peach-like food The kernel or nut wy j jIn.
of the mango seed i Is bitter, the better that

only the pulp shall be eaten and the kernel r d r
Or Can Save Your LifeA r' + iY
tossed! into some favored spot where it may '

sprout and be another tree. v'!'
reminder should go with every net of with the home office-but it'* no good for It.
I USE twenty-foot pole with a small
driver licenses: ">'our attitude ca. kill youor you on the roud The aggressive driver whowon't a :
net bag on the end to harvest our mango
It can ave your life"How let any cur pus him, who speed up i '
delicate that fall
fruits, since they are so a
much do you value the privilege punt his normal speed to overtake and pas, to the ground crushes them. I climb up on

of being alive? What I I. your attitude toward who tries to l beat the stoplights, jams into top of the garage to get many I cannot reach
the lives of the members of your family? How high and gooses" the gas to be first acrost the from the ground but those on the top third t.
do you feel abojt; the lives of other human intersection when the green light flashes i II to the
of the tree defy me They belong grey
risking something worth more than General
the woodpecker and the bluejayt
Do you realize that all the gold in the Motor and A.T&T. or all his sales of a life. squirrels e
time: his life. lids attitude can kill him and
world, every diamond mined or muni nod. all built
THERE ARE four squirrel nests
others, too, if it the same behind the wheel "
the currency ever issued could not buy back in front of of leaves and twigs aU cunningly tied together .. ; .
it* a prospect
one human life? Being alive I Is the supreme :
in the of the tree and the
All the driving rule that were ever issued up crown squirrel "
than all the real J'4 '
value, worth more estate also to live ''' !.1P'
families attempting
and all the safely instruction that were are busily : .
and skyscraper in the nation.. AU of the _... ,, tr '. .. '.
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scientists, with their test tube and comput ever published cannot stop accident if you '- '-' "' ,J'>'c',,, 'l01I"n.; ., tot; )**.s'_ _1IIt--, -
do not value human life-yours and others' AN ARBOREAL "I IUNMU! : 'These beautiful rubber whose is Patricia the
ers, cannot replace a life. Doing so 1 Ia beyondthe THEY BARK and scold at me when I invade trees join professional name Murphy, owns noted
geniuses who conceived atomic energy and above taking any possible, avoidable risk.. the level of the tree where Idon't limb overhead to make a shady tunnel of trees over the road Candlelight Restaurant at Bahia Mar, Fort Lauderdale She I

dreamed, up rocket flight to the moon Instead of being angry at the "hocrooIdll" upper of a sort way at Mr*. James kn.rn.in estate, Port Sewull Mrs Kiernan, grow many orchids at Port Sewall,
belong, course They enjoy
who down
come skidding on a curve,
Your life is most precious poIIliC.aion.
your pity him that he doe not know what he of squirrel heaven at our place with a Florida -- -- --

What i is your attitude. *toward* it? risk, Don't shout at road-hogs, get out of hickory tree loaded with ripening nut atone Know Your State:
their and thank God that Don'tbe corner of the house' and their own private -
way you
Counties thousand of live could be saved
blind to real value because others are mango preserve at the other.
in America every year if there wa a e LETTER *aTHE.EBITB.RIH lf'

widespread attitude of genuine appreciationfor blind possible Keep to avoid your an head accident and do even everything if the THE HICKORY TREE hal a partner Florida Nuclear Commission NowA
the obvious and moat overlook :
most yet other fellow is breaking every rule in the ship with the squirrels in its plan for eternal ... \
ed, value: the pricelessncs of human life book and i II flagrantly to blame life. It give them a hundred hickory nuts to
Seat belts, wonderful as they are, will not won't life. No insurance gnaw and eat for every one that the squirrel

save you if you do not value your life above policy Blaming hal ever been restore written that will bring carry off and bury for future use! If the PLAYERS: IN THANKS Leader in the New Space AgeBy
high speed and taking chances. Added to hidden
back a life or heal a broken spinal cord. "It squirrels forget one in fifty of their '10 NEWSPAPER
famous last word should be: "Buckle up your stores hickory tree i is born Somewherein
a new
the other fellow' fault" i I.
teat belt Buddy: we have only five minute wa not recompense our block someone hal been putting out Editor Stuart News: FARRIS BRYANT, to find application for them at The signing was of historic and
to get to the airport" Recklessness! could turn for being crippled and maimed and no raw peanuts to feed the squirrels. I know, because The appreciation of The Coastal Governor of Florida grass root level. perhaps unique significance in
amount of money damages can pay for lying Players is extended for fine other than
your Florida technological
that five minutes into eternity was quick to recognizethe terms.!!
paralyzed the rest of your day* there are five peanut plants now growing cooperation in publicizing their The Florida Nuclear and Space need for opening such a chan !It is unusual for the federal government -
Do you regard all other motorists on 5. in our garden where tome frisky grey- recent first endeavor, Commission like Cape Kennedyand nel and was the first states to relinquish any portion
the road as your antagonists? Do you bridle How much do you value human life!? tail forgot his "peanuts in the bank Much of the assurance of the the space-age industries i in to make provision among for it-at first of its authority to a state Historically

up in anger lose your temper and shout Are you mature enough to measure up to groups continuation as. a contribution this state, is a symbol of Florida'sprogressive with a Governors Advisory Com the trend has been in the
at "that fool who cut in too close" at that the responsibility of guarding your own life IT IS PEACEFUL In the shade of the of community interest can character mittee, and later with a stale other direction. However, Congress
jaywalking pedestrian" or blow your hornin and that of others? mango tree where we have built a flagstone be credited to your publication in When, in 1954, the Atom for agency recognized that the protec
a tantrum at the slow car ahead. while you What would mental attitude be if the patio and have chain and a picnic table I bringing their elforts to public attention. Peace Program made available to Briefly the "Nuclear Commis tion of life and property is basically

ride on its tail trying to pass? President of the your United States laid to you: made an 'outdoor I fireplaace'of).. "sins} which the knowledge public for and the techniques first time for the lion," certainly unique among the sibility:). and of the traditionally alaWasn"j,:
Brother, you are riding for a fall Your my wife converted, with my blessing, into An additional word of gratitude state's more traditional agencies,
'I want to transport thi* package con harnessing atomic and utilizing -
attitude can kill Instead of staying calm, orchid rock garden Native air plants' is extended to Anna Mmear forfln..hna energy maintains contact with technological in so doing encourages the state
you. an ill valuable
taming every stale secret of our nation. It II i a the lime by-products' it to develop the necessary techni
cool and collected, while guarding the most tremendous responsibility If it i II lost and gets Spanish most and antler fern thrive in. the busy schedule for man extended already courtesies became a question of how to channel developments like the Atomic in federal Energy programs cal competence and administrative'

precious thing on earth you are displayingthe In the wrong hands, every city in the land cool dump shade, which could only be termed these! benefits back to the peo- Commission and the National ability to assume this responsibility
attitude of a ten-year-old child in a e ple from what had previously beenan Florida is one of only seven'
will be blown up, our currency will be worth "labors of love" in the Player'sbehalf Aeronautic and Space Administration -
name-cslling: contest less and your country will be gone" SITTING STILL, you're soon aware of absolute federal monopoly, and i and with the related industries states which have demonstratedthe
S5 the life all around and about the the thank of all. It has qualification for this gnat
Would you say: "Thai's too much responsibility going on Again -------- ------ the technical competence
Have you ever ridden again with any per. for me. Get somebody else I'm giant tree. Tiny warbler and wp-auckera flit Sincerely, PRO 1 IKS 1 IS AGAINSTNO :". to evaluate and interpret responsibility,
son who drove recklessly while you were a not that good a driver?" from twig to twig A crow passes over a The Coastal Players, Jupiter SI 1 RIFT: PAVING:". these developments and to initiate this Anxious as we were to assume
in his ? If did and Mitzi Sticper, Secretary whatever actom is called for to find new role we did so mindful
passenger car you you were Or would you measure up to the great Florida jay shout a raucous warning a PAn KRUEGER: CREEK: : application for them of the philosophy of Thoma! Jefferson
not giving life its full value Many bird sets off in pursuit. Winded the in Florida.
your trust? How would drive while mocking who baa with
you transporting Editor Stuart News: It serve as a built-in technical advisory been credited
teen.agcrs, with opportunity for full live before mocking bird returns and the jay gives a final ASKS FOR MORE -
saying "He best who
that package? Would you become angry Returning home after a lovely group available! to the governs govern '
ON OLD MANGO TREEEditor : governor
them, lack the wisdom and courage to brassy "Well done!I" three-week vacation least" J in this therefore
and yell at people? Would you try to beat camping we cabinet Legislature and other step
say: "Stop the car and let me out" Chicken? train to crossings? Would you try to pas Stuart New had expected to see everything slate agencies we propose by bringing the authority
It II I better to walk ten mile along a highway everything in light? THERE IS a flush of vivid color anda We enjoy the editorials and grown ten feet Well it had! Itwas The nine-man Nuclear Commission to control closer to the people
edge in the ram than to risk your life witha Or wouldn't you instead with all that ruby.throated humming bird i II suspended weekly columns that are so refreshing great l being home especially headed by Robert R. Guth. to make it more adaptable to

foolish or drinking driver It is the weak would be at stake, be sure your car was in by a fire-cracker: plant" nearby A week ago in The Stuart New, if you happen to live m Stuart, rie of St Petersburg it a balaie: their needs and more responsiveto
who stay silent the brave who speak up. perfect mechanical condition and that it was in Yucatan, next Week it may be in an My son, Henry C. Martin Jr, We were, also I anxious, to see of leading industrial and technical their wishes.
Adopt the attitude: "My life conies first, ahead you Atlanta garden It dart from flower to flower and his wife, who live here I in the progress by the City Street Department people including the director of The Nuclear Commission i If
yourself In full control, guided by com- Florida
were What a let-down when response to the technological
the nuclear
of popularity, social acceptance by the crowd, sipping' the nectar renewing the energy Shaker Heights Ohio, also enjoy science program 11 the
mon sense and good judgment, not your them. They have been visitor to we saw that the city had used University of Florida, a : challenge of this age.I .
I or what others think of me, emotions? Would you stop and "take one for expended by those whirring wings' that go so Stuart over the and we shall Krueger Creek to divide St. Lucie radiologist, an engineering practicing, I have been thankful that w.
years expert
Do you feel relatively unimportant on the road'! Would you drive until you were fast they are a blur continue to divide our affection Estates Yes, I know the line. 'I 1 and an executive of a missile! man have equipped ourselves on the
your job but big and powerful when you get so tired that you were dozing at the wheel? e between the South and this area pay my" taxes and I demand binhla ufacturing corporation state level to read and interpret the
behind the wheel of that 2.5'honepower( No. You would drive measuring up to what MUSING UNDER the old mango tree, (including Baltimore, where my bla, hut this time l I have really The commission has a salaried strange language of the nuclear
Super-Eight Fireball? That attitude I la the first you were guarding I reflect that tree and gardens attract liv. daughter and her husband live,) had it1! staff of two It is the smallest of physicist! and keep ourselves informed

step toward becoming a statistic.. That' the altitude of responsibility, alt of ing thing A beautiful landscaped Stuart attract Enclosed I is a brochure giving\ It is and true sidewalks we are without and streetlights Horkla agencies, yet its rangeof ments so of that technological we can be alert develop'and
; occasionally activities and interest
If you're a salesman In a tough, competitive us must have in driving every day guarding people The more "beautiful we make details on the Alcazar I Hotel Cleveland after a rain, a tarry look- ly hroaJ The commi\lion'l is extreme prepared to meet competition from
field, you're aggressive and push the most precious thing in the world!: human Stuart the more people we will attract who Heights, Ohio, my residence, ink substance is dabbed In the accomplishments include! the recent fields other states and to transform

ahead of your rivals, and that' just fine life appreciate natural beauty, which residence is an for attractive Christian permanent Scientists, hole (which previously had been of nuclear power reactors convert these developments into tangible
with members filled many many times). Not onlyare ing salt water to fresh project which will be of economic
of all promotion
faith welcome
A FALSE Bumblee-really a giant fly that our "streets embarrassing to us of the use of radioiiotopes ( and social benefits to the peopleof
Imitate the bumblebee in size, shape coloration but these pity sandy streets will licularly In therapeutic and diagDOMIC par- florida.
Please write some more about ruin an old model car and shakea I marvel at the future.
and the medical
everything tlCina-comea
How About Little Man's Lobby' to Bring except the big mango tree and the birdsin new car into sounding like a can legislation, ), protective
I L a buzzing up, hovers and goes below the picnic your yard. My husband, also, of nut and bolts. statewide creation ofa QUOTABLE QUOTES
table I notice little fleck of sawduston Radiological Emergency -
enjoyed .
Opinions from the Grassroots to CongressThere a patio stone, search a while and find the Sincerely your writings, For"streets obvious north reasons of Krueger(newly Creek paved ) speaker Network bureaus, the establishment of Empire and nations do not fall

U hole where the wood-boring creature has built Mrs Henry C. Martin we had envisioned the whole of stale, and the throughout the in the common present use! of the
it* nest to raise a brood shaped like itself Cleveland Heights Ohio Si I"ucie Estates streets being i federal authorities co-operation in with term. In the scientific sense they

should be a lobby in Washingtonfor would be required! to "be present to hear the Formerly of Rt. 1, Stuart paved, but a land marker, namely safety studies for the radiological nuclear simply become of part, of a different recombination

the "Uttle Man. citizen': message, not a mere handful, such A TIGER SWALLOWTAIL butterfly Dear fairsMartin: Krueger Creek, halted the beautiful rocket program form.-Ernest energies Cuneo in
a attended the debate civil right The yellow and black, come flitting through the progress Most recently on July I .
Citizens are urged to "write your Con. on Glad to oblige See E. L.** Column We have owned our home for chief as
gressman. and many of them do However, speaker' time would be limited to a few light and shadow, pauses to deposit egg on a !today The Alcazar brochure seven years on Pelican Drive yet an executive of Florida I signed Because it is the business of intellectuals
the brush-off replies many of them get indi minute. leaf of a poinsettia seeking to live eternally it very attractive and we'II "be gladto we have not shared the luxury of Energy agreement Commission with the Atomic to be diverse and con

can that seldom does anyone see the letter Suggestion>> to Congress fur new law, or a* its kind ha ever done.I show it to anyone in the area decent street in this particulararea. vided for the transfer.which of pro trary-minded we must accept the
certain risk that be
e at times will
but the Congressman and/or a member of for change in present law, made by citizens who might be interested AEC regulatory powers to the they
hi* staff, regardless of the merits of a suggestion would be printed by the paper if the lUaeltionl SEE A UT under the old! mango tree -The Editor: -Plain Sore. stale Hot merely!oIadter quarrelsome I Iehard

it may contain were meritorious. Reader! would be There are chameleon, magically turning

A "Little Man's Lobby"could! be set up and asked to comment Their comment wouldbe brown or green depending upon whether
operated by newspapers m the Congression. summarized by the newspaper, and presented they are on a brown limb or a green leaf I
Have We Gone Into the
al district of the country These paper could: to Congress by the originator of enjoy a thought: suppose the Lord had made Business of Making Dosed Cops Told

act a* clearing houses! for information from the idea. all human beings on the pattern of chameleon Stop 'Police Violence'
and opinions expressed by, individual voter The cilt/en't expense to Washington *--turning while by day and changing: to More\ Lee Harvey Oswalds in Wholesale Lots?

For example on a question such a* civil would be paid by him or by a local organizes black by night? If it's !possible for chameleon Some 7.500 pastor in the Greater Ne1*

right, the paper would ask. for opinion of .tion interested" In the project he was promoting ,.It would have been powuble with us. York area petitioned the City of New yort

reader These it would tabulate and preparea Eighty. long persona of American: extraction to Prague or to Mexico City protesting "police violence" in the Harlem

summary of the majority of the opinion Citizen of Switzerland vote on all proposed THERE IS a sense of long-drawn time (H i( ia hard to call them Americans) are They went to take part in the July 26 and Brooklyn riot*.

This opinion would then be delivered to law that go before the nation'* parliament under"and the knew old the tree. its ancestor. lived in I India sojourning in Red Cuba, which they have celebration of Communist victory team mare They said nothing about the people dragged

Congress by voice, m person, by a responsible Such a procedure 'would probably not sacred monsoon wind. I close myeye reached by the devious route of first about' .how Communwn operates in that. unhappy from cart and beaten the more than 50titore >
citizen of the district He or she wouldbe be practical in the United States, but it seem and ee white cattle sleeping in going island to the south and undoubtedly, windows smashed and that number O*
introduced to Congress by the representative to u* that a "Laite Man* Lobby" ia the U. S. the shade of Its forefathers There i Ia a procession -- -- plan to return to this land of free cmerpriM store looted or the barrage of brick and

from his district would serve a similar purpose. Brahman of beggar Perhaps and priests and high-born and trees and people and all living things to sow the seeds of violent overthrow of our bottle thrown at the police from rooftorRiot "*-

s AU member" of the House or Senate the fruit of its even Gualama Buddha Bobbie stuck around in the form of bobtailed form of government' *, looting and violence ia defiance
ate J'I'aenit"ith monkey*
v ib offspring that had.. more bobtailed descendants, They have defied our Sute Department of the law, by white people or Mack people
L The dinosaur had the smallest brain for in the branch: Instead of my squirrels. Farther
size of any creature except the punk In alou.up farther farther back, when the mango all a little different but all somewhat aU... They are financed by mysteriously supplied cannot be curbed by tweet word and plalitude -
The Stuart News will furnish photo print car who .speed. at 100 mph. wa a wild thing of the jungle, tiger rubbed fund that could' come: from none but a sub.
of sizes up to 8 by 10 inche, of Their Any one of the several of 'NewYork's
any picture against m trunk and purred. THE' OTHFR morning I called my wifeto vcrsive source. citizenship should be score
taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of $2.00 the window overkwkme. the patio where a revoked and they should not be allowed to finest hit on the head by bock

for the tint print and $1.00 for any additional Every time the war in Viet Na""m get a MORE THAN fifteen year we hada grey bobtailed cat sat on the picnic: table return to the United State and sent to hospitals would probably be further
prints ordered from the same negative at the little hotter, the war on poverty seems more ago stunned on coming to rf he tY
j \ Manx Cat named Bobbw. bevause of hisbubbedoftaL staring up at !the squirrel and the birds u Our Supreme Court, sloth: upheld the read
same tint; larger size by special quotation. attractive. Bobbie wa an enthusiastic temptingly out of reach m the high branchesof granting of passport to Comraunnt. erred. pastor petition.
Stuart New employee! will MX take photograph the old! It should have made them
ij i for the bird! and squirrel watcher under the old tree, Mulgob* tree. one-way passport. Electronic
column* except of The Stuart newt New.pail advcrtisiof According to all the laws of aerodynamic: until be went the way of all fkh-but did he' Or are ..e m the business of nuking. more that when* iomone commumcauom Wt are now so r>><>

it u impossible for a bumblebee to fly-but REMEMBER run* I aaked. "Of CPebe -." Lee Hwvry Oswald a b.Idwa of fourscore the shelf/ at the parka. a can of tomalo.lttotf elsegets :

the bumblebee doesnt know it HE DID not. In the artful way of cat replied. se's Bobbie.:' at a Urne": an order to act out, another tomato asinine ptaat.mIe t'u


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TIlE STUART mil.) NEWS Bauer just north of the A1A Cut dRtAltt"'"'+""s '' -nrrr ,z rnrMpwnANMSa rs r ravwe I ,
a aM an
Thursday, July 30, 1964 off Road on the east side of U. +
S. I; Tarn Curtis will build the

'_ Building Permits way.auto wood wash at 819 for North Howard Federal O. Under High [ Home Building! Section t J JRECENT n II'1r, S ,, / r

Total $83,130 and Six ten city county permits permits totaled aecounted$22,130 Y ; % ,

for 61000. \ r 4. ,
An automobile showroom, an -- BUILDING PERMITS ,r,

auto wash and four residence Fabric Booklet
were among the sixteen structure (July 17 through 24))

for which building permits were ( "''. ."'!r' ocitlon';. ContractorCity Description Amount
issued in Martin; County I last Award Winner wncr r "f ,
week for a total of $ : ,
The showroom will be built i I '. Stuart )1 i"j t
by Karl O. Hcrrlin for Arnold For Warren'sWarren's ;! ; '
Mrs Madonna i'Williams.v". Martin'i .Mobile Hornet} Park Stuart Paint and Supply Screen enclosure / '700 1 s r '>''i

Laundry-Cleaners, Inc. Stuart Department Store 141 Flaglcr Avenue Stuart Paint and Supply Hurricane shutters t,700( I 'l ",
Tops In DesignSIGNS announces it has received an award Edwin: HauenMcinDriincr's 817 Weir Street None Air-conditioning 650
I for the third consecutive in
the nationwide Prestige Builders year House of Real Dilate Broadway and Madison City Sign Scrvioe Sign 80 .

Award Program sponsored( by the H. O. Underwood 819 North Federal Highway Tom Curtis Auto wash 4,000

KING I National Institute of Drycleaning. Arnold Bimcr f 1217 South t Federal Highway Karl b. I Hcrrlin!'} Auto showroom 15,000 I f? ; ,4r. led yd
The Prestige Builders Award t\\ i > < r '' /
competitively sought by more than ) 1 i 'illartln COtmty.Ur.(. .. . .
I 15.000( ) member Jryclcaners of the I

N.I.D.-is based on a single pubhe Joe Pcnrod North River Shores / W. Wagner* .:l Residence 10.000
relations project which call N. C. Peterson tube Sound- None/1* (j Residence 1 11,000
to the public's attention the high Sound'N ; I
Electric Outdoor Advertising Co. llohe no' Sign 600

NEON SPECIALISTSFort care professional services standard of the N.I.D.and, fabric dry Smith Flower Farms )nc, Monterey Road None Greenhouse 4,000

Pierce HOward 4-1399 cleaner. W. H. Wagner Lighlhou.se Point ) '. None I ; v, ;. Residence 12,000(
( ,,
A certificate of recognition was Electric Outdoor Advertising Co. Bridge Road and U. S. 1 None Sign 600 ''d'1
-- -- I presented 0:0: Warren's for the ex- H. Hillz WcM Jensen Highlands Tomas! &: Yurillo Residence 8.000
cellcnce t their i FIRST LIEUTENANT Marion Duvis of the Women's Army Corp
PAINTSHARDWARE consumer booklet '' '
Picket! Warren I"1 Coconnut Park Carl'Pauly Jrf: 10.000
Fort Pierce 30-31
"Fabric Care Services will be in on July on a recruiting trip.
ATlantlc 7IIJ63S "Naturally we're very pleased Fred U. Raynor ') Rio( SI. I.ucje Tertace ,Nope Florida room 800

CalvMlud PIN by this recognition" stated W. T. E. A. Neail Golden Gate. .None; Guest t house 4.000 Women Army Corps Invites
Warren Jr., president of the .
Plumblnt SuppllnPip corpOration R

Cut "From the number of daily telephone Martin Enlistments
T. StackEloctrle calls we receive the school A Florida Home Which Looks Inwards
and club groups we meet, we're
SuppIlMMotor Convinced today's woman is a .- M'o.r : To answer any questions
Bni.h.. For Black A Dnkor, women I
t '1011I, Purer C.bl..ud Oth.n more knowledgeable more concerned ruaa+rAperw I may come .to mind about
buyer of merchandise and Action ," First
In "Today's Army I
INDIAN RIVER SALES services. Our booklet is art Important The first group of figures BLOROOM HALL nfDROOM I
Oa Tk* Drlv. On* Mil* North part of our overall pro- in the house number represents .. '" (Lieutenant Marion Davis and f'I I
JENSEN BEACHMETAL cram of providing women with the square feet of liva- Staff Sergeant Shirlce I. GarJi- I
the Information they want on the able area in the house ((The, / nier, have invited Martin County
care of fabrics both in their own other group is an office num ., / young women interested in joining
homes and through our ber.) According to Jan Rein- I, ,+ the WACs to confer with them
We Are Worker |In !Metal sional laundering and caning ber.) Consult a local contractor k I it at Fort Pierce on Thursday and O
IF WE DONT HAVE ITt services." for an estimate/ 'of i Friday July 30-31.
WE CAN MAKE IT "This is what the Prestige Builders building costs. '", l INnDt Holding forth at the Army Re
Award Is really for: to encourage iARDLN111btAtL cruising Office, 426 Avenue A,
the professional dry cleanerto the lady career counselors will an
r o
he his customer's dependable By JAN RF.INKRHome : P l swer any questions pertaining to
!iS ;J ally in the rapidly expanding world No. 1200-115 Y .t the advantages of serving one's
: of fabrics. .. country as a member 0 f t h eWanen't
A satisfactory Florida home is aw Army Corps for interested

f STUART PLUMBING UTILITIES COMMISSION one which takes full advantage of + young women, their families,

: I & METAL WORKS REPORTS ON TIIONES: Florida'i year-round climate' and 1200-115 or their friends.Sergeant .

... S4. ATUuitl rout Stuart There were more than 1,500,000 offers the homeowner a fair share First Class Bob Parker
telephone subscribers In said the office will be open for
-- - Florida of the following benefits: merging
-- -- at the end of 1963 Since its roof is merely a screen, serving window from the kitchen. conferences from 10 a.m. to 4p.nt
a cost statistical according to of indoors and outdoors through it is open to the sky It has a cir The proportioned J 16 by 20-( a on both days. The telephone
Heathcote by the Florida survey Public just completed Utilities wide windows and sliding glass, cular reflection pool (IP) and t foot livingroom has a ceiling which f a number for further information modern 2-in-1
Nurseries CommlR( ion. doors; circulating breezes in the sculpture (SC) set in a lawn whichis flares up from 8' feet at the street i. HOward 13769. NOFROSTelectric
I Nine of summer and warm coziness during flanked by bushes along th side over 'three jalousie windows .Iaoow .nRno -- --
Architect operating in twenty-two Florida have companies only winter cold snaps; outdoor meals i outside wall and by a terrazzo to 9VS feet: over the two pairs ,,nokcy Say it
Designed Landscaping. one on screened porches and patios
; leading
payed! sidewalk along the house. of 6-foot sliding glass doors /
Oriental Design A Specialty. exchange, two have two exchanges color and fragrance of flowers, and y,N; WILt.tlEAO'THIS' .
This (14 by 14-faot space become to the atrium Since these doors t I MOPC PEOPLE
Complete Lint of Ornamental and two revealed.others have three, the survey all this with as little work as possible I a second living room, a play room are only some 7 feet high thereIs 1 Y Iteea..1 I? N'(' {ZEMEMCRtI !

Plant Material The Indian The Southern Bell with for the homemaker. A house' (easily supervised from any roonjin ") I ample space above them for a6foot OININ.AeM refrigerator=
', River Area's Oldest Landscape system plan which provides these bent- I she house) or posHtbly-eveit i strip of Indirect1 illumina ti'1M1 I
'ninety-four exchanges, is by far fits on a MMoot-wlde) t lot, without for overnight Suck lion Another feature k ,
spot camping interesting
Nursery, Our 38lh Year. Turn the largest. I M sash
1 Right off U S, 1 al Ltndsley exposing the family to the gaze. complete' privacy from neighbor is the factory-made steel fireplace freezer
and noise of neighbors, is !something and the'street fs afforded few located the side wall whereit Aari
by against "r
Lumber Fort RnVfNtkft
Pierce. Phone College enrollment will increase lmRa
of achievement.
an Home No. i i
t homes be from the
today. can seen .not only holds
in Florida 215 NIca I Mon everything
HOward 1 SJJl. by cent from
per 12(1).1") does just" that
The 27-foot but also from the atri
(erra/zo-paved livingroom tor'
I 19M) to |1910.< I -except frost
---- - -.- The heart of this 28 by 50footwobedroom () ( front pore face the street and um, the master bedroom and the .
I masonry' home i btU; acts \\III a vestibule! and a screen I dining alcove. The Icfthund wall of I Jn ,ur epplimn; lain
andscnped atrium. Literally It is for the house. In addition, it can the living room I is finished in vertical '

!I the 'outJ+xtn brought Indoors," 'be a summer dining!.room, with.. --a redwood and- the two- pairs- of- bifold doors are faced with redwood Y' 1, M 7d,llad f
concealing the two closets
r ) '0. ( ) flamefea fi&u&
lCl'The I
RuJJ' I I lO(Hi by 8-foot dining alcove 'w'f 6 ROMiRIIIIR\ /RIB rY/R
partition could .
(a folding
it from living room)
I separate You and only Loaf _,.
kitchen. In fact *"/ nut n/ i/
FURNITURE I is handy to the _
1 1I its unique table serves double duty
i't .as a breakfast table by being push- r'
ROWELL FURNITURE CO. I 1 Jed further through the serving I +; t
{I window This versatile' table also' '
Dial AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Slirnas/ I may be expanded further by inserting f i -0 I
I leaves.I ,
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-- - ---- I kitchen has
8 12 foot
---------- The by -
> 1, .. | a U-+haped counter with the sinkS
( ) under the window, the refrig ,, ,,
I ,S,,r,6t erator (IRF) to the right and the
ijt //p u I Ia range (R) to the left. 'I he 4V4 by
iy ''' t 6-foot breakfast alcove is opn .
?I I'S Ir site the jalousie ,i dn.)leading to
*. Motors Rewound the carport 'and W 8 by1 8-toot JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
Utility room
Ilome Wiring & Outlets I The U by .Il-fstot roaster beJ- Air! Conditioned Chapel

room boasts two pairs pf sliding .
Water Pump RepairsOPEN glass dupe nvo ) i indows, 914 tent

a 4-foot linen closet (L), and a
.. private Nth Licenced Funeral Directors;

IJ r I The smaller bedroom has a jalousie 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
) door and a window leadingto e
the atrium and 8Vk\ feet of closet
space, the bedroom hall is only Telephone AT 7-34M

R ,d 1 feet. 2 inches low. allowing for > 3/-noer' Ambulance Service e Oxyge Equlpned: "
above it. In
r extra storage space
(Ithls space may also be installed
HIGBEE i a heat pump Rod the ductwork GOING
ELECTRIC M'k house needed to heat and cool- the entire ABROAD ?

dsY Seen from the steel the "II If of
you are one the million or so Americans going
( AT 7-0744 Y ''foot-wide front reveals the 13- abroad this summer or fall and wish to keep abreast of .

_ foot carport the screened porch the market these facilities are at your se rvtc ,
jT x:! and the projecting elves\ of the low
I Iw
roof over them. Inodentally. this ,i
TITLE SECURITY COMPANY ,' i house! b topped" by 4 gently pitch- .
| cd saddle roof with'its ridge running 100 OH 1hs/ Strwt Til fruaw.; Landers WoA toM: I
across the house-right over
Invites you to inspect the title insurance I: t/ fo w k t I yY the wall between the atrium and PARIS ;; I
r yt the living room. MI .(CM a CO. S.&..K.U
rate schedules now in effect.Micy Plans for Home No. 1200-115:!()( 1 RIM N PonHiKu. TI.*.IMM:. KlTwn U 97 l
were drawn by architect Jan Rein '
If you are financing your acquisition rar err the author of Florida Homes GENEVA .

of real estate, ask us for a quotation of I magazine (The magazine is available MmtCH a CO. e ..
(he moneysaving combination rato at Vai's Book Shop or by mailing t n1a a....-.,.. T.-.J. Of
., SI I to 100-Ftfry-setrond Street
ering (policies for both! your title as owner ? North, St. Petersburg 10. Fla.)
I of and for your mortgage "lender. AMSTERDAMRNewyrleM

Title Insurance No abstract is required for determination ." Califronia produce 95 per cent 1M T*.p.*.. 14 M 17
of title and Insurability by the mod I' of the walnuts grown in the Unit
ern full-time plant operated title Inwr.II I :ti R1.I a ed Stales with the 196.1 crop estimated Each office U fully equipped to provide brokerage and '
once underwriter agency The delays for f e.y at 74,01)0) loot (or the" vela Ilv-uP service. Our trained personnel are available to

the copying of public record into abstract yr d The Federal Government has assist in the execution of orders in all securities and

t 'are eliminated. Parties and (their counsel, ,, u allocated J2IJOO.OOUO.OOO' to the commodi tie.-
I generally, within two to four working Atomic Energy Commission I ia Direct WattsHIRSCH
days) know where their transaction stands" the last ten year

+ title wise! on the basis of a firm title In- .,. r A -.-- _
linnet binder. & CO.

The insured title is the only sure title. i 4 t C...... Irod/n ..... ,.. Itwl f.A.p ..LA.r LeA1y/

Consult: Aetvs.ledveRepehe 10' Seth SetMrf Street. F.rt Pierre


l la1tyeroThlo Title Security Company I '! ATLANTIC '-'IM

1 t STUART, Fl ORIDA I .. MAIN OFFICE 25 Br.4 S1 ftIo New Vert 4, N.V.
_0IfIn0 271 Oveola '
Avenue Telephone I
.- Chason's Garage
P.O. Boll tees ATUwtfc 7-1332 listen to duly market new sad avenge

l Knll.TIm. tiet...l A FAMILIAR sight in Martin County tropical | rtais te the Ccrimait (Momtera ArliciOM) or Fruit 7-2311 5:30-Station R1RA10011 oa your dial6C
LAWYERS TITLE**INSURANCE Mania Cauaty CORPORATION Aavao far j Salad PUnl." The Utter MOM refer* to the flavor of UM fruit, which b sometimes called the "tropics I Iii+ntsroTtt Mrrrr II/rr1 ...... a1r sins ...Ara M... tA1 M
RICHMOND VIRGINIA version of com on the cob," Ahhoagh it resembles corn, the taw is quite different hinting subtly of U ete.... Ilwa PueMM. la/aaw I '- M a1ou1 anr14 ....-
a combination of strawberry, pineapple( and banana., Deep green leaves are often three feet long. -- -- ----



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-. ..-- .. ".. '" ..- ,. ". .. .. -........- .. .... .-- .. .. "..,. ,.. ." .. -1; HERE: AND THEREMr TilE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Museum to Cost 3119b- / t

i .. ..... ... ..,...", It .... '_ .... t 'j' \ andMrs.. Charles W. Mi- n"l'tIai'

.1 ".. ,' ;::t fl. /,.", .... ,. near and their two son have returiwd Around Million Vets Should Use
,. ,,< .' :, to New York after a visit
'iU.;; ''" .t. .t ,.ft it" :' .' *II
,. 4.,,__ W'U ... ,. t:. -.IiL.f"; .'!, with Mr. meat's mother Mrs. Their Claim Number
'; s t"I''o1 e' n ., ::7""; I I.. V. Miiwar. Palm Point On Says L. B. ClarkThe
Tuesday they were joined by Mr. Par too many of the more than

r' and Mrs. Laud Mlnaar, Chuck American Museum of Marine 1 150000.1X10 pieces of mail that

and Annie, of Miami; Mr. arid Archae4tlog\ protect for whicha flow through the Veterans Administration -
Minear MalindM and. .
Mrs. JinUon sue. has "been leased I in the new each cannot bo
1 Robbie, of Palm City, and Mr. Palm Beach County Park here reeeived year
f'" and. Mrs. Lloyd O. Minear NW a donation of $SOO( from properly identified the VA din-

;, and Frank of Jupiter (for a fami- the Village ol fequesta at i ill clotted today.

.' '" 1 .M ,' l h reunion monthly meeting l I.",t week. John W. Keller Martin County
< .
s The donation will Service officer, said that
Mr and! Mrs. Harry M. hillier be purl of a Veterans !
Center Street, recently returned fund of $3,000( () t to 'be used at a too many veterans and their benefieiarit -

A sl I from Columbus, Ohio where thy retaining fee f for a professional' are merely signing theirnllO'
which will raise"
company the
w 4 'Ml s I 1111 were called "by the death of their. $I.onn.nnn( < < < needed I to build me '* to correspondence and
: dpuhtcr-in-Mw, Mrs. Sins MKter.Mrs.
.w. museum. name we not enough.

G rr I Carl Crosby is visiting her L. B. Clark manager of the Almost all of the 30,000,000(

M scvn-ln-lnw and daughter and JlIl'iter.Te4"1..ta Chamber of Commerce names In VA's master index\: tile
i iI ii ii iI I Mrs William O'HHen. :Jr.t their i !said the work toward t the are duplicated. There are hundreds

r n # I three children in Franklin, MASS, establishment of this museum had of thousands>> of the more common
been under rlf'elir..
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crumplonof way name such as Smith. (crown.
IurhlllN.. C,. are vacationingat Other business ut the village Johnson' Jones, etc., but most other
mC'linjJ11\ the donation of $4H!
names are duplicated at least
Iheir home on Pcnnock. Point lo I the Jupitcr-Tequckta-Hobe scores of times.

i u Mr. and !Mrs. Alfred Weeks, Sound Athletic Association to
la The veteran's claim number (C>
Pcnnock Point, recently had as help defray the cost of lighting
i r "'It tyy' y number) and his insurance num.ber
s su their guests, Mrs. (Yank! J. Hill ofBronxvilltf Kiwanis Park, where the Little .... 'hil alone and are never
I ) N. Y. and Mr. and Iape baseball plajcrs} have "been Keller
; duplicated pointed 0 u t.
I Ii Mrs Barton Yaeger of Madeira holding night gnmes. Use of these numbers' In correspondence -
Beach. Mrs. Weeks! Mrs }Hill and The council adopted'' an ordinance will insure prompt and efficient
I Mrs.\ Yaeger, friends since grammar taking! Into the Village of service and! save both time
II Il school il.iys, hold annual reunions Tequesia that section of the FlorIda and cost, of additional correspondence. .
East Coast Railroad right-of- .
'. way which runs through t tbe village _.__. _--
cS Mr. and Mrs Charles Stewart limits.l
; t and their daughters/ of( Kane I..., "
*tk Robert Harp village manager t
N+ are moving to Jupiter Mr. Stewart f
announced that at the T
a former teacher at Martin nest( meeting .
of the council, on Aug. I II I I. I
County High .School: K retiring
at the Bpiscopal Church of the 'l/\I.
In this
area. (}ood Shepherd on Seahrook Road

.. Mr and.l Mn. Dale Iltcdsoe. have the councilmen will sit aa board I

{ returned from Akron Ohio, where of equalization: on real estate val jiJJ !
i they visited their parents Mr\ and uations. JJ

: (" Mrs: Ophard Ulcdsoe: and Mr. and Complaints should' he sent in ;

< Mr*. II. J, Patterson.Mis writing prior to ', 7,
., \t .. ',,, d"/ I so that advance consideration may
Patricia Sirktl! and bliss 11
..rt-....waoiil"BsJtaD". 's w', rna r. n Iii. 'be given Tii
Sjrkcl! of Yardley Pa., are
Kathy ,.. ..
"WHATS THAT, MOET You say we've got to work for a living?' "Thafi right. just eat for a living. Not bad. What1 the pay?" "Thut'i the gimmick, Moe-they the guests of their grandparents, -..

Joe,' we're going to work for the Flood Control. "Doing what?" "Eating water pay off in what we eat, but just think-no Income tax and no toclal security pay. Mr. and Mrs. ')'holaV.. Turn. In 1960-61 of Florida'approximately I 27 WANT TO WHX'OME:

hyacinth and grass and moss in South Florida canals. "Eating? You mean we ment,," Note, if you're a manatee( like the pair above, the FCD offer employment. bull, Dover Road. population!per cent attended* college college, ape ay YOUR NEW: NEIGHBOR

- -, ._- ----- Mr. and Mr. One Settle and 1970( this I Is expected to increaseto c1' tf

,' '.... ,, PI-AVIRS: PLAN their three children have movedto 3J.3 per cent. ..F"'
"In 1950 the United States pro. -tor; ;;" ; : "V" : COASTAL .
paYlo n. Tex Mrs Settle I is the" v.illfI; (*; .,.
equest KlKIHtK 1
duced 2,100 recipients of doctor \ daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred /
in JUPITER NEWSMRS. Coastal Players have announced Road. fUftnfl1.40
ate degrees engineering mathematics borne, Pennock Point RENEW YOUR
and the physical sciences. Forms CD UnitA that In response to the wi .sue-
74M643 Returning to their homes are
1962 the number had increasedto community' interest In their first LOCCAM BUTP STUART.FLA.
By Colonel A. J. Williams!, 'U>xahatchee I
3,400. -- Civil Defense unit for the performances of "George WashIngton River Road, and Mrs. 4wwtAt 7-2300
Jupiter Teque'la area was organized Slept Here." two more Ann Millspauuh lint Road. They miH MONTH
recently at a meeting at the plays will be performed during' the / .
-- --r- Town Board Donates have (been patients at St. Mary'iHospital ----- ---- -- -- -- --
Town Hall.Dr. winter season' ,
V. D. Stone, chairman, presided The titles and dales of the production Enjoy/ the Summer Season

taK and the following represented will be announced when From 19 JO li> lv N() the number ,WHh .: New "Do" from
dm participating groups: Richard the Players meet on Sept. I at of students from Florida
1 1 1Dertt $500 to the MuseumJupiter Stalls, mayor; Mrs. Marie Cross, Jupiter Inlet ,Beach' Club 1 high, schools each year in- 8

iA Edwin Pedersen Oliver Bozcman. Those interested In non-profit ereascd by l,. per cent. PARK PLAZA
i town commissioners: Frank Williamson Little Theatre may call 746--MHS

VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN Town Council at itt the building he wishes to place American Red Cross; A. during the summer, BBAUTV SALON
V. Baird fire department H. M. HELP
the land. ;
r.. Your FaY"' '' Drink meeting Tuesday' July 21, gave on I
Dukes, school LieutenantJames II 317 W, OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-M3I
In other action the Town Council Jupiter\ ; David Fox! Santa Ana Calif..
WE lEaVE LUNCH full support to the American Muse A. Blake and Howard Hoi-l MALICIOUS II
u m of Marine Archaeologywhich : Is visiting his sister, Mrs. II. A. OWNfRI C1PRCIA IIARDVVICK
man, U. S. Coast Guard.
STUART DRUG CORP. I is for the near future T"Ok steps to become the empowered Nessmith, and Dr. Nessmlth. at .
,st. Lucl. a. Fta.l.r Die'' AT r.1I2a at Jupiter planned County Park. body to take action for Co-ordinated functions. and pow their home on Tequesia Drive.. I WOODS BU I OPF.RATOR5i \.tul.TIIOMAS: BARBARA IIUNTER
THE RCXALL wroRti ers of Civil Defense in time of I
I I II the new Civil Defense unit in times David expects lo remain here until .
James P. Watson Jupiter-Te-
disaster Dr
were. explained_ by RRCFPIIONIaTIIIltr11'iIARDWIt l
of disaster. of school
quests Chamber of Commerce director Approved the Municlpalitie.Jrosion' Stone Facilities for local shelter, the opening ____ _... ,_ --. -_ --_. '
i spoke- the cnuucl on the and their adequacy were discus
I I : Plan for town on this
ONLY museum and the council voted of the Florida Cast Coast ted as well a* the need of "!,,,clal. ,
part '
$.10 at I donation to the fund now ; lied :
warning systems. Equipment
Passed\ a resolution of 001I.101.nlte
being raised. I E. for communications will be a cquired '
ence on passing' of Judge 1I
Jfffff"Arcadia" Closed-circuit television for this B. : I the father of Ballard from headquarters of national '
area was proposed by Morris Oilman Donnell town attorney. Civil Defense' A program

." of Port Charlotte, who it already Appointed Vice Mayor Crossto of education in first aid sel-hcl" | _,
operating such a circuit.This contact the Mosquito Control is planned.

HEARING AID I method of receiving hardtoI I Department for more spraying In A completely equipped 200-bed( I ,.
reach stations is operated through this area. hospital, crated and ready far YOUR
the telephone company and involves Appointed Commissioner Pedersen emergency: use can be made
. HASllclil ITI an installation fee and to set up a "Clean-up Before able to the area through .vail'l I Ilional ,
monthly charge. The commissioners Storm Season Week" from Aug. body, when proper I
,\\G decided to study the matter 1-d3. property owners will be asked space Is located Acting as a committee ,

'C. pytytwe before issuing a permit to Olfman. to clear away all limbs and ,ti.ie Stone, Frank William1 I _
Further pranksters telephone debris that might be a menaceto son Blake will inspect SAVINGS
calls were reported! by Police Chief other property and their own buildings adequate for this :
Glynn Mayo who urged each according lo the plan. purpose.At _
I company called for the deliveryof the request of the local unit

a dragline or moving vans or MRS. JOIINMIUI steps were taken at a Town Council
other services to call !hack to address SPEAKS 1'0 BPW CLUB meeting to have the Jupiter

TECHNOLOGYZtnlth't I and number given to verify Mrs. A. L. Johnsrud, "speakingto Town Council empowered to act HABIT
the order One local resident, a the Jupiter Business and Professional in times of disaster! .o
I pioneer in the area who had no Women's Club at the A Joint meeting of Civil Defense .
tiny raw mlero-mi. idea of moving had three moving
and flf
stun amplifier, eonlnni It home of Mrs. Richard Taylor emergency unit l I *
ctronic(' componvntt,.fncliMtInf vans call at her house to move Thursday evening, told of the experiences neighboring/ communities is planned '
< transition to.five' you her in as many days, at heavy expense in for the near future to insure,
non ptrformane* loser of a woman polilicis.
.maf.r reliability.. ,., MleraL.tmo to the moving companies. She also discussed' her organizational co-ordinated effort in time of dis EARLY
match' circuit hMd. Amplifier mill than...,..do 0 Bids are called for by the council work with the League of aster.Jaycces. -
mint! dot, end moittura B 0 on onditioning the Town t
_of the flrel to onfOY IIotl., Women Voters end several other
n0. IlIroulll. lhe ..dvnq.slant .. Hall. The specifications are available clubs, before coming to Florida.In I Will Help ; -
ol.paa t.ctnoiop.Ala from Mrs. Gail Sorcnson,
emphasizing the fact; that
At hint I Club
re* nwonsTMTton see town clerk. program in women' organizations I Show
The Planning Board's recommendation can he a source of information
that the land! lust west and stimulation. Mrs. Johns, Jupiter Area Jaycee* are planning
ImtOl'ZfIlUll.' to turn cook and for
of the railroad bridge, where Old rud said thai one get out of an i the big Jupiicr-Tequesia cogs.Hunt t tI
Dixie end at the LonahatcheeRiver organization what one puts into I
be zoned C-I. ass refused ft. She also laid that those who Show on Saturday.
HEARING AID CENTER by the commission. However, the are not "joiners" mina the chance :i at Aug.their 1%.Thursday according night to plan mtctinl'I mode. Make Your Sayings Regularly

709 Orange Ate Fort Pierce commissioners eked the owner to give a* well a* receive many '
The Jaycee will handle concession
Gerald Crooks, to apply for a benefits.A .
DIAL 461-3266 variance submitting the plans forBezrtitySaJoii brief business "session at 'I for the show and also, 0
------- which further plan were made orange vests and all, will tike! car. and With a Plan Funds Invested LI
------- ,of the parting at the club. The .
for the District I meeting here on
project will add la their charity
uwT Aug. 23 were made preceded the fund for the Dale Bledsoe

1 program.Mrs.. .Mary Russell and Mrs. :I publicity Lake Worth chairman year Jaycce. said.visited the With U$ Ea.pi\ Consistently I t

1 IiL N. K. Petka were guests at the
meeting.Mr Jupiter Area club meeting la urge
attendance at the District' 1 16 Clu.
ca' to be held in Lake Worth on Dividends .
and Mrs. Fred Ferguson.Baru Higher
Drive their Aug. 9. At the district meeting, DIVIDEND RAnt
will be made for {
plan participation
two granddaughters aged nine and MR ANNUM
in tbt au..Jdfmft'tina.
lea Cynthia and Sandra Watsonare I
(LOIS KRISTOFFERSCN Open Monday 29 Z. OCEAM BLVD. the daughter of Mr, and Pot.... .
The In
John Walton of Marietta. O*.. meeting adjourned a
NELL' WALTON body to watch "SUx-or" races of Will (7i Today .
PHONE 2S7.445J and are expecting their to
thin Saturday parent ,
PAULINE SEGNA miniature can, built by David
for them IS. I'
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,- .- Boffiw al UM old Mackay radio
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Jupiter Junior Women' Club
Orange Growers Inc. has adopted a girl I at SonUnd
Quality I Training Center .l Fort Myers. HIT SAVINGS AND LOAN

Supplier ./ Ornm according: to Mrs. H. A. Nrsnuth.president .

T- I Club member will, provide ASSN.OF MARTIN CO.
spendm money clncbr and birthday EDERAL I I
II. P. HOOD AND SONS, INC.; I and Christmas: gift lot the..

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and. yearbook comwnee arc "..-
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and "n.. DM first of DM Cult
Growers Suppliers
For t'ar.. The Turbo. are 10 be completed .
al that .,."" she. Mid. A pool party Daily 9 lo 3 '
Open a.m. p.m.
Guaranteed Return Including Yield sod. BjrProduetaCALttWWWrE and luncheon ware held at Mkonw

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V. THE MARTIN COUNTY Agricultural Center which is located on AIA south dine, the County Agent, L. M. Johnson, and the county office manager of the Rh.y,
J. of Stuart, houses the offices of the Home Demonstration Agent, Miss Martha Bur. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation $Service Douglas Zant. get cot

.... ..... ..... Will Grow Even Larger for 1965 ties"

J f" '1'1:'" ,',\' '. ,-" Soil Conservation By LEE CASON JR. News I Fair to Add Exhibit Building I IAt -

J the meeting of the Martin construct! another exhibit buildingfor new permanent exhibit buildings
The U. & Soil Conservation survey for flowers at Schramm'lFlower
A County Fair Association Monday I use at the 1965 fair annually for display of livestock,
;" \ Service is of several local, Farm to improve surface
:' one evening Aug. 3, the directors authorized The fair, held in March each poultry, farm products and farmequipment
vfJ ," .01': 'w', ; state, and federal agencies assistJng draining The office made a study 1.. M Johnson! has
..1 c. secretary year grown successively! largerfor
"#' ,H, Martin, Palm Beach, and for drainage and land grading at
,If. of the association! to present to the past several years, addingA
,: ', : 1t.; ., Y Broward counties with the conservation Dorcas No. 3 for flowers and for
; the authorities Tallahassee
; proper in Future electronic will
vt equipment
/it: ; : and development of natural Hiram Swain we ran a small topo .
1". resources. survey for drainage and land grading / a resolution and deed transferring house trailer that converts be further miniaturized through
"' : of citrus. Surveys for the site of a proposed new semiconductor materials
I : :, Soil Conservation Service provides drainage Into a houseboat with a six-inch packagedin
M 'ti'/ ditches were done for Hale Dairy exhibit building from Martin i thimble-size block
'1' .. a" '.1' ('(riAT i and H. McMilhon. A monthly report draft has been developed. The
4 (' .;, % '" '" Martin Soil Conservation District County |a the fair association! conversion involves of time smaller than electronic
was made for superiors and attaching a
supervisors! for their
1 ti, :: .. ::, :J>t" Martin's district supervisors co-operators are we prepared schedule for the week The association plans to applyto pontoon unit normai iy, \stored on | circuits of today, yet will performthe
.. W, M Hupfel. Dean S. Smiley ahead. the state for matching funds to the top or side of the trailer. same. function
., C. W Snnor, J. S. FoMer, and T.. | Jt.I
; Y ltI.t P. Clements. A soil conservation.
/1" ,. district is being formed for Palm
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servation programs and problemscan
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'I. & 0 Box 1234, Stuart.or by calling

THE NEW RECTOR bf? St. Mary's Episcopal Church, the Rev: Arthur A. Smith, Mrs. Sqiiin,W 281.33l3. $ + ;_} t,
chel and Amy shown( (the reception for them which followed the 10 am, service Sunday, .Au,. 2. A review of the past! week's
The 50 11th' have another Celeste who unable work reveals !some of SCSs services
daughter was to be In the picture. Rev and
Mrs Smith l live in the new rectory on Cortez Street. to district cooperators. Tech I'! I
1 nician Floyd Jones spent Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday In Palm

Motions in Suit I 1:30: p.m.. Aug. 7 by Circuit Judge his contract, and that the board. Beach, land County smoothing checking land ditching leveling ) r w' r f

'C Pfeiffer Trowbridge. owes hint the J77J. and water control structure construction I ss?
Watkins Ii suing the school: Motion \to be heard by, Judge for co-operators with the i %
Against SchoolsIn board and Smith for $773 he rrowbrldae include" one by attorney t.. Agricultural Conservation Program
claims II owed him for M. Service there. Thursday and Fri 4 4s
moving O. Unman representing
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day was in Stuart designing, y
Court Friday portable classroom buildings at the board for I more definite conservation practices and preparing bn w
: Port Salerno Elementary School. statement; a'motion by Uttman for this week in Broward( ,
Watkins subcontracted the 1 Job to dismiss the suit; a declarationOf tyunty pt
Motion Invoked its sf suit(.
from' Smith, the general contrae default against Smith for failure Technician Roble Rains and I
brought by E. L. Watkins against tor, .
to reply to the original complaint
myself, separately, and as a team,
the1 Martin County,, Board of Pub- I Watkins maintains the board and motion made by were In Martin.. W. prepared a "
lie Instruction and contractor R. should have made sure his bill was attorney Elton Schwarz acting for news column ordered soils maps i n.
Vance Smith will be heard at paid before releasing Smith from Watkins, for a summary Judgment. and photos for Westbury No 1 E,
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Dorcas Farm No.3. and Roy pSy4 \
Hamilton and arranged for 1 ftr
ment of fishponds trellt-I
C W Scott L. M. Johnson"
Slav, Southern Meadow l .
IMMEDIATE\ ; DELIVERY 1, B Carpenter. C. C. Underbill.
H. E. Jenkins", and Schramm' : f 1yN ,,,-
lowers. Bream and buss ordered
for these pond, I
Completed was I land grading ;, ,rr,


$1,000 Gift'

From Pike:' (

Wish Well I
usraxrottr arrsorro Power I \I

Monday was a r day for Ii
the Pioneer Occupational Center i
ColdspotAIR at Port Salerno when the Florida
State Turnpike Authority gave the 1
school a $1,000 check for use as :
it seel fit
The money for the contribution
West Palm Beach.Luke Worth
CONDITIONERS service area on the Sunshine State
..... a Parkway.
Big, rugged power for hottest Tourists continually throw money
ttkkjr dais. Hhkptr-qufct 3- into the well to the tune of
a-- operation. Have th. look about $30 to $40 per month. The OCEANFRONTPROPERTIES )
money is then given to a children -
L fine furniture. Air
exchangesystem. '.
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I I 1 Comfort s. Zinc counties along the Parkway. The
clad cabinet for beget life.fslJMA next $1,000 will go to another
I !: rated county.

Making the,presentation of the
check to County Commi loncr
NO, DOWN PAYMENT NEEDED Jack Saundcrson was T. M. Frvin,
executive director of the FST. He//
was accompanied. by R. F .
14,800 B.T.O: . . . Sale $264.95 per mo. $11.50 ford, comptroller for the turnpike.

23,000 B.T.U. . . Sale $318.00 per mo. '$13.00 Radtke Receiving director the money of Pipneer were i : Ray

School Robert Dlltt rman, presi '
26,000 B.TU., a' . It. ',' Sale $328.00 per mo. 13.50 dent of the Martin County Asto ON HUTCHINSON 'ISLAND
elation for Retarded Children and
Mrs Ira Swlgart. secretary for the

,SEARS, HEAT PUM PS association

I Reverse; cycle units Heat in Winter, Cool in Summer Man Drowned s }\'e\ have a number of extremely attractive offerings; Many of them Ocean-to. *

lo,5oonTU: '. . . . .1. Sale $254.95 per mo. $11.00 In Pond at Rio River on Hutchinson. Island. Listings and map locations on request

14,500 B.T.U. It. It. to' Sale $284.95 per mo. $ lOO drowning Martin of County the year.had Sunday hs second whena J ,

22,500 B.T.U. Sale $349.95 $14.00 Stuart man drowned while swimming r: ... .. '.
0/ It. per mo. m a Rio pond .
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732 Tarpon" Avenue, was SSVMIH ; : .
ming with his four brothers when "'
Sears Roebuck and Co. he apparently tired about fifteen C'i'B ARBOGAST and :
feet from ahore and went down "
p, The brothers who could not CIATES
swim were unable to save lion
... CENTERPLENTY Leonards recovered
body was : Ral Estate Waterfront Properties Insurance
FREE PARKING from the Baker Road pond a short
time I later Sheriffs
Phone'AT 7-3373 James Mill and by Slater Deputy Grots. Jus. '. 252 Oj ceola Avenue Stuart, Florida Telephone 287-0440()
lice of the Peace Harvey Pder niled I-
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Only Two Protests Registered- It Floated for Twelve Ye* rs Building Lags, THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, An**, t, 1 .)

$1,675,000 New Budget Seaman Kept His Word and But Spurt Looms County Given Ten Days to I

Sent $10 for Bottle Note On U.S. 1 Route I Reply to Mandamus on BarCircuit

Approved by the Board Building in Martin County in Judge ('. Pfeiftir Trim taurant at Fifth and Cove Road.
Tborkaf gave the note to my wife, the first seven months of %4 WM I
1008 Park Orr, "and it lay around the off $659.486 from the correspond bridge ban given the Martin ( mm. After three measurement betweenthe
Is for some time.. We thought tog period of 1963. r Commi'llk'llten days to nuke II rettturant and a church both
The 1964-65 Martin County paid by the county amounting to ty milluge stands at 9;40 u compared I* a .s a hoax Finally, the mailed However: the completion of the return on an alternative' writ olmandamas communions notified Pittman that
budget of $1,675.000 was passed $17,225. including a $2,000 increase to last year's 9,665. When She received this reply last four-tuning of U. S 1 u expected requested by rnow I he fid not comply with zoning
ia final form Tuesday morning by this year in the county at I As reported earlier, the largest something with a crisp: $10 bit) to bring I number of new commercial Rosa Pittman, Port revlweot Putman then appealed to Circuit
the Martin County CommiMion torney's salary increase in this year's budget warin hen, high ." buildings to that part of owner I Court
with only two protests.County The Flood Control District also the sheriffs department The and in Mrs. Orr: the federal highway which runs Piltnun staked the Martin Cir The distance between a businessselling
Commissioner Edward sheriff asked! for an increase of time, you very much for my through the City of Stuart, .o that grit Court in June. to command I alcoholic beverage and a
Miller, who came off the bench announced its millage for the coming $32.000 so he could hire two new We at I was surprised to receive the 1963 yearly total of $7,04V and direct the County C mmls- church or school. must be at least
to speak as a taxpayer, said be year would be .75, down from deputies and put money back into never met : because that letter has been 4.11 may well, be eclipsed! before lion to advme the Stale Beverage 2,000 feet. The footage b mean
did not believe the salary of County last }'ear's 1.0. his contingency fund. The commission : enough bottle for twelve yeses : this year i I. out Department of Florida that he ured by the "route of ordinary pedestrian
Attorney Dean Tooker shouldbe In its final form the total coun- finally adopted a, $27,000 if be : was a seaman on a Norwe Mfty-two permit were ,issued compile with county zoning re for travel:' None of the parties
increased! from $10,000 lad increase years old address."t freighter at the time and In Martin County this July tor a latwivs" and la ther flelilJlble Involved have agreed on that
year to $12,000 this year. Only changes in the budget from ty-nine. seaman bad a party-and I total' of $4)3.044. Of these. thirteen a beer and wine hcene. route.
CITY OFFICIALS INCONVENTION the one previously published were Mr. Olsen! : In the Judge C. Pfelffcr Trowbrldge .
Miller said he feels the job of that note scaled It in a bot were city totaling $h8- -- -- -
county attorney is I part-time Job VXMT minor and involved switches from not make a : overboard it went" I 240; the remaining thirtyeightwere last week rejected a request by ArchnetilojKU!have king thoughtthe
and the attorney should be paid Mayor Ray Cooke, Vice Mayor one department to another. Three far the bottle traveled since in the unincorporated! of County Attorney Dean looker Vikings' North toT :
for part-time work. William P. Tool and City Manager high tide is a matter for conjecture. : the county, and totaled J1M.X04 I acting for the commission" to ca wine SOU ;tan before r :
Miller noted that the Indian Joe Crowder paid a visit to the II,\ TOOK MIN land, did not say where he threw, The ttventh-month total ot i I9h4countywide I quash\ the writ Judge! Trowbridge but voyage' ,
River County attorney gels $4,800 American Municipal League Convention GVTORLAND CONCERT the but. in that period it could : i U 351 1 permit tora : also" rejected a request by Pillnun's -
, a year and the Lee County attorney at the Fontambleau: Hotel David K. Harllep Stuart was art News, crossed the Atlantic a num grand total of $3.331.897. compared attorney lion Schwarz,
jets $5.000 a year and said both Miami Beach, this week. They one of ninety-five high school students dy bottle of times on the circuitous route with 580 permits totaling I summary Judgment RENEW YOUR
counties have a higher population drove down after the City Commission from thirty-eight Florida! Inside. the Gulf Stream. $,).991,3113_ la* year. Pittman ellrl asked the Mar
than Martin County. meeting Monday night communities who took part In the still tin County Planning and Zoning DRIYEf EXE
find one-fourth of American New Zcalanders consume about i Cornminiion and the County CumI DURING YOUR
Gatorland Clinic Band on you
The Martin County TaxpayersAssociation took in a couple of sessions Tues- Fifth
will send follow the same occupation thirty pounds of butter per fear, minion" to approve roiling for a
also protested what it day, and were back in town Tues- the University of Florida campus. father I I BIRTH MDATII
more than other and wine license his
called "excessive legal fees" being day afternoon. Gainesville, last Saturday. name and any people beer at tea

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A S4jp: mer* Science. i instituter On Aug. $ ,Be ct.-' I

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A Martin County teacher is par- Dr. David J. Cotter, associate Port Lauderdal Mr, ind |
Beach Power
I The wedding of Miss Nina Kath. Pompano ,' and Mrs O i A.lloVdAPhUK .
in Alabama CoIle e' professor of biology '
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Summer Seiwo (Institute! for high Institute/ objective.s are: improving of- will be held Saturday. Aug 8, al I Langford Tertoce an :school science and mathematics: Mibi.r, | ( mttkr\ uimpetcnie. St. Mary's Episcopal Church al past! weekend. A banquet was held Pompano Beach Mr. and MrsO. i( Mrs" Harold Mass, W
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iiwructor at Ala purUcjpiirnj: I 4pm. The ceremony will be performed at thw Ouirfgfcr Restaurant o n Huygheart" Pompano' !IBeachtMr ''D' C.wmiiMH: Parr,
George Yarboro Stuart was parti 'i 1'.lf'11 students> "ipactn .iril to motivate t h e Rev Arthur A: Saturday 'PIlat.Afrlinlut. an4 Mrs Nixon Smiley, M" Conn; '%nd'' Mr, and Mr
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atltotal for ,participation 10 the Smith friends invited. ti
are u week at the marina ami; [lag HattrnpOn-HudsoifJ
1964 institute! and is completing a'r..,." ""r. twefty yachts with nineteen.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Repickey, i
the second of two summer terms Mrs. Lowrie Was of them being from Florida. Yachts Fort Lauderdale Michael Klcheyi!
at the liberal arts college and ownen [font Florida included St. 'Pcf nbura: R6bertr F.' Wills For tne'StRetijrn
The ten-week program of advanced HecenJosles. Alber\ IL"( A. R.' Fleischmannk; Cap Corah Gordon Sheppant
studies, carried out under To Pompano Beach "Vidy A," Mr. I Jensen Beach; Mr and Mrs. B n to'S'
a National Science Foundation '1', and Mm Charles Adam, Vero W. Stanley. Pompano Beach; Mr.
.grant, is in its eighth summer of Sydney Lowrie of Jensen operation at the liberal arts college : Beach was hostess 30 to members Mrs.- J. IE. Prestfen Deerfield Beach; Mr:'and Mrs.. William DIC110NARIIXA _
the 1964 to July ," ...,:Wilhant Beach ,
Directing group of the United Church Coun a xd Beach; "Idi Yot Jl Meyer, Pompano ;
cil of Women when they met for B. tJj)|porfrpand' Beach "JeeVeT" Mr and Mrs. E. A. Hansen.
their regular business meeting. In E L Ehfietd,11 Pompaho Beach;; Delray Beach; Mr. and Mrs'Doug- NT'N'
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the absence: of the president r. Mrt. ;, les Williams. Delray BOOK *'RECORD
Jolly Bo2one presided. II? and Mrs. Roy T Ellis, Eau Gallic/ *:
TRAILERTOWN The project for the this j' "Child:Play," M. ,H. Childs Mr. and Mrs. E. Child* Pompano 329.East Ocean'elC'ia4 .
year is to make school group bags and fom n0gecb; "Mar-Mac," G.H Beach; Mr and Mrs George w an day Wedrt|
fill. them with i essentials, These are I. SchuJ1! 'Palm Bloch' Shore Bailey. Ltuderdale-by-the-Sea; Mr
STQRECORNER' to be sent to Africa. I 1.ady'tlo Ill."'{)eorge '0.''Well/!/ .
: ', .. ', ,\ Pompantf Beach; "JUmboix,"* Mr. "
'!: Jth'STREET "t": d Following the business meeting 1 and MM? Maurice BJ; Siam Rock-
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fH .t14Th.q' using torn sheets that had been Harwood. ''Verrf Beach "Lofo- HISSPORTSWEA H akER
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Is Under New "'II: "I .' I purpose Awlter'1-'Holly. '-Smith; Pompano,
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Management of l : .: : : Hospital in Metal India. 1 -"S ,; Duccr," Bob Parvln; Jacksonville

BRIAN & MARLENE GEORGE YARBOROreers Refreshments were served by ;V/ ; "Coach House Harbor
SHERMAN the hostess during the social hour Mr. and Mn. G. W, Pearsall.
in science; bringing participants Others attending: the meeting were Pompano Beach; "Jvalm H. M.
offeringSTANDARD Into personal contact with Mrs. Helen Yost. Mrs.. Clara .' f Beckluv TallalMMeej; "Lady V,"
OIL prominent scientist on the staff Vaught and Mm. E C:'Doheny. I" J. IX Wright Jr. Sanford; "Dou l TIIE PLACE TO CO FOR THE NAMES YOU KN
and visiting/ the campus, with a ble L," Robert Kloeppel Jr., Jack
PRODUCT view Id stimulating the teachers' I DORCAS CLASS MET sonville; "Lazy Lou," Mr. and
interest and enhancing their professional AT BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Lou Rolling.'Miami; "Folly.. HERS I HIS
Groceries & Notions
prestige; and 'creating I The Dorcas Sunday School claw :J Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie K Fruit, -
greater 'mutual understanding and Eau Gallie.
of the t Church held '
STUARfTRAILERTOWN appreciation of each other's teaching 'its regular monthly business-meet! MARRIED. in ceremonies at the first Baptist Church. White Cily.July'11 srcmr Hytetss-iJ*. M.d., were Mr.
problems at both secondary ing on Tuesday July 28 at'2 p.m. were Mr and Mrs Robert Earl Smith. Mrs Smith is the /anr Mrs.(Robert Patton orf their Etienne Aigner Sport Shirr b

and college levels. in the Fellowship Hall of the daughter of Mr. and M..... William May, Stuart, and the Rev and yacht rjuUV> '*" Bags and Sandals Sero, Enro, 'an
Yarboro a leading member of church. Mrs. D. L. Silvers 'Villa'gtfestl:from' Florida .during
pre Mrs Emory/ David Smith, Fort Pierce are parents' of the bride
his school and community received sided. Mrs. Ethel Lavers gave the the past week were Mr. and Playboy
his bachelor of 'r+science degree devotional. groom. Mrs. Charles F. .PrO e" Vero
PARK from Appalachian Slate Teachers' Beach; Mr. and ,Mrs, Robert S. .
After I short business session, .. Fall
College in Boone N.C. He is a : 1tI": f" Knitil1bY.! !
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Rev. J. W. Matson was speaker Singers t. .' t Back to School
CORNER ? 7fh, STREET biology and chemistry instructor Member University *
E .
loiter social
a was enjoyedand VoRT tiDGE
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PIERCE Talbott
AND OLD pIXIE HIGHWAY at Martin County High School. refreshments were served. REBRKAIW > t Slacks b/tee
This Is Yarboro' second
Now Under NewManagement graduate studies at AC.summerof tha Mrs.Baldwin D. L. Silvers were hostesses and Mrs.for Ber the Miss Schreckengost Giving v EW'IERTAINII Baldwin Rebetak. tSige of Fort

of, er meeting. There were twelve members Pierce was hostess l last Thursday ,Cliftons Origin'1, Dress Slacks in]
Mrs Arthur and baby and evening for the'District ,19 meet
ALTON C, JENSEN' daughter\ Kay Kay, arrived by I guests present. Recital Here on August 16Miss ing of Rebekah Lodges. MrMWil- Suede Jackets Dacron &:'Yo'ou

TRAILER SPAC1AVAILABLE piano Wednesday from Cranford Mr and Mrs.. J,O. Campbell liam Volk district deputy.. presi- Dacron & o
?''' N. J., to visit her uncle and aunt have as their guests her daughter Terri! dust ,,presided. ., ? -..... cqfall
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Burgess, and !, and family Mr. and Mrs.. Richard mezzosoprano Members'. from Stuart attending
$21.0 0. ; jl1oN11L will also visit I her grandmother I Johnson and children Lynn Angela Sunday, will evening present, Aug a voice.16 recital al- F : ti : wen Mr. and, Mrs J. P. Wflbar' ) Skirts by
Water included Mrs J. in Okeechobe s Clara Matfl Tstmas C ats
Burgess i and Randy of Tallahassee. Mr* ; ? ''Mrs
8 at the First Methodist Harburt {
Children 'Welcome before returning home. Mrs. Beer While here, the Johnsons are also Church p.m. of Stuart Grace Hall MH Edna Stimmell!, and drastically reiluc

I Is the former Miss Joyce Harrcll visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence The program will include compositions + l MrtrClattyT: Almctorand" .''Mrs.- Leon: Levin "

-_ .----..-, --- .--.--..------. -.---- .. ,. -- ... : Evans and family in Salerno. by Handel Pergolesi, Myrtle Hale.

Mr and Mrs. Clarence Evan Purcell Schumann Boardman Schubert, Tschaikovsky Vaughn Williams I, i Here recently' for a 'week visit The finest in Kn

and family drove to Tampa 0 n Dello' Joio, and Leoni. with Mr. and Mrs L. A. Bishop Blouses b Lady
y Shirt 9
Sport by
Announcement( Sunday to visit her brother. Billy Miss Schreckengost is a senior of CatKbrnia nue"'were Darrell n 1 twill.
Thompson and family. The Evans' majoring in sacred music at Florida Klnerey/ ', Mrs. Charleyr Furlong Hajhaway: and Lady: Alfred oj{
daughters, Paula and Susan remained State University where she mother of Mrs. Bishop, and Mr.
: in Tampa to visit their studies voice with Herman Gunter antfiMra. Chris.Ftftlong and chil Munhtittan New York
I TEI I MBP'C uncle and aunt for two weeks, Jr. She I is a member of theFlorida deed Jerry WanOaTwir Linda. alloY
G Li i E R Olasgost,1Cy.:: *>" '
Mm k i 4? State University Singers, .
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Winans and 961 S. Federal II"': Open 9 a.m. f p.m.
Choral Union, and Summer Chorus
Just South of Colo. Are.TelepBWle .,
GROCERfTOREJLFILUNG family have returned from a vacation Closed
STATION and Fps made solo appearances Mr. and Mr* Ray Chandler and
.. .1: ... J.. .. trip' to North Carolina They with all ;three groups.! children t ltfa>f. Maribt.'vnioyed i787=*W 7 Wednesday Afternoon;
I know/ vlsittfd 'Mr. ind Mrs George Miss i Sehreckenjost: is the daughter a trip to Dcala and Daytona Beach r r
.. underNEW Thoma at their North Carolina of Mr and Mrs. T. O. Schreck. last week -,. \l* i
MANAGEMENT cottage' and relatives Cairo, Ga. engost! of Golden Gate. -

,.. Mr and Mrs. Dewey Owens and Mr and Mrs J. D. Gray return- ,
.'. OF children. Pete and Kay and Mrs. ed to their Casa Terrace home '. ,
Herbert and Theresa Kammcr Dorothy Walden and daughter Monday f from Cadillac Mich. .
Ann have been visiting Mrs. G M. where they enjoyed a several weeks ,..J '
Daughter and Son-badaw of the Zcllner't Hancock of North Federal Highway stay at a summer resort cottage. -" "" \,' .
and Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Trl- visited relatives in Man. t;: I a
who pledge to continue the same high standard in They also ., .... .
ton and other 'towns in Michigan.
of amice to all customer* both old and new.INDIANTOWN .:.--
11 Here this week for a visit with
ROAD (Rt. 76)) Mr. and Mrs. James B. Sinter was Wedding at
PHONE 287.2334 his niece, Mrs. Robert Hid and
daughter' Mis Patsy Hill, and

Mrs Randall Melton, and ton, Presbyterian CIH/ rcl h Aqg1 .v
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__.__ .____- _____-__ ---.___ _____ _-, -H' ___ ____._ Dicky, of Dixon. Ky.JJ' (

J Miss Annette Bates and Arthur! Given in marriage by her father
Let flowering Jr, were married in the bride wore* while suitJuU w
ceremonies at the First Presbyter and shoes. Her corsage'wasiplnH. ,
e've just received another Shipment ian Church. North River Shores carnations. l" tyAi&a.l &

Saturday Aug. 1 I. at 11 a.m. The 1 Maid-of-honor was Mis Sandy
Rev Malcolm Harris officiated. Langford and best man wav EtrolEmmeck. i .
Parents of the couple are Mr : .. !J1 I tt I / ;
and Mrs. and MrsArthur The couple is residing In Fort ; .I I

ROLL t lee flowering Sr. Pierce. .

Secretaries Association Plans

ENDS Work Shop Here September 26m .

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To celebrate'; their i thTrd'';hd y The deadline for reparation will ; 1 rk

and the fiftieth year of the City I be Sept. 19. You may write and

ofStuart, the Stuart Chapter of send your checks to .Mrs.. -Shot- .h:
FAMOUS BARWICK BROADLOOM the Natiosla(4SecreprieyiMmclatism ( <<: ) -
I (International), is planning a n'nn; Veiizie.-if'M Osceola Street.Stuart. ;
1 be held Anyone who wishes to donate
One-of-a.kind.onlyl/ Hurry; First Come First ServedSIZE big Sept workshop 26 at to the Woman's Saturday ClubblJlldlna .li. a door prize may contact Mrs .wiG 'r y ,Mniaa
on East Ocean Boule Midge Tracy at P. O. Box 1 1215 or
COLOR DESCRIPTION RFC. PRICE SALE vard. Mrs Joseph Wiley i is chair ,, phone after 5:30: p.m. 2875847. v dg.
Visiting secretaries are u
Il'6"x8'6"9'6"xl0'10" MartiniChampagne Nylon $ 96.5tOoo : It will bean: til-day, session, ed from,e0< \J part> of t the aim*H h

Acrilan 142.50 $42.85 starting at 9 am. and ending at
3 p.m. Registration will be $3 Mr and Mrs. Donald Armstrong '
15'x6'12'x7'10" Buttercup Acrilan $135.00 $37.50 per person4n $39.50 with commercial kachtn"n.! stu toed upendingseveral" Antique Gold 100% Nylon $114.50 dents' fee $1.'. I their trailer in the National Park ,

12'x7'8" Fern Green 100% Nylon $112.00 $38.50 The tentative program will .be near Ocala. t tOweaes I

Il'10"x9 Malibu Beige Herculon $105.95 $.....50 9 to 9.30: a.m. registration; 9:30 I 8 ,
coffee break exhibit .: iH e*
to '10, ; viewing The Rev. Charles Clements pastor
9'10"xl7'5" Red Nylon $17125 $71.5015x7'6" 9 to 10. There will be al least I of St. Brendan's Catholic
n\ exhibitors with the latest 'In Church in Miami, stopped in Stu-
Blue $46.95
Sea Acrilan 125.00
Office,supptiot and equipment, f' i.. last ,'eck'for .a visit" h; I,
12'x6'2" Shell Beige 501V NylonNylon $ '90.00 $31.009'lO"x2Q'6" At t' 10 a:m.' the \speaking I lesiuon, pyrens. Isle ::dtn" *.Wi'.et hClements
Red sill begin on the "Secre He route home
$192.00 $80.00
truss m the atc:9: and to Miami from a month's vacation
9'7"x22'6" Red Nylon $203.50 $85.00 19MAt 12:30: a smorgasbord I, tour of the New England StateS. It's.So House-Warming to Visit
luncheon will be served. After

luncheon there will' be more apeak ; Irvin and Leu Keith have returned
en. f from Illinois following a by Long DistanceWant

HARTMANLEIGHTONDistinctive short vacation. Their ion. Tom 41: 1/ ..

JENSEN" WOMEN Keith, drove them home and flew to Ibm? Congratulate Make ? Just
_t' Id Illinois. I plans chat? Then pick{

Custom Made The"J *
Furniture DRAPES held a detaert-cArd. party I and children. Dana and NafccyWLjtnchhttrg. I.' @{ 4 tops bo c house talk:--often. ,* V" *
at the clubhouto MonJav aft ; V::
o Va.. n keoant vitV ; X K** a -
at Popular ernoon. Aug. 3. tArC Hilda eo.-, Ion Here spending several day
{ Prices Traverse Rods kilo was chairman of the event with Mr. and Mrs, Trace Henry: Southern j R.11
assisted by Mrs Orleana Braun, al their. home Sunset Estates.! .

63115017111 DIXIE HIGHWAY 2tilals Mrx.Olivt,, Rhaada i DooaUtoa.and, + ii\.,MrVV 3 N com Mts.reet'ot "' 1 \ ,? '. ..c....,....
summer\ env Now vbtdng *t the

I NEXT TO STUART, POT OFF C Mrs The Ruby door Rotation.prize was won ky I- Jack Henry Vrverette home art Jr Mr.and and chJdmv Mrs. 8R b. study. your teleel' +ont' 1 volejj; I.I ray|| you?.

Another deuertxard party will ..... Held and Jodi of Charlotte, by speaking dWctiy'irni:! yodr'U hort, *"'
be held Aug. 17, I t K C I ;;, -

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BABY LIMAS 5 PIg! 9 t N $1 00 RI; I.N: (;i"N'r.I GOLDEN QHOLJSI
Cantaloupes( 3' For 79 i$| GRAHAMS I IB. 35 b C.X03, $1pAIU.E aui

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4 B TIIE STL ART ff'las Nx1VS Thursday Augsisl 6, 1964u TFMPLETOV: VISITS pertinent ot 1 Veterans Affair,
John W Keller, county service and his
Pass-a-Gnlle, services dIe
I officer said that D. E. Temple- offered free of charge to all vet
office as a consultant
ton will be at has and tneir families.
1 to discuss questi
,-TO and problems with veterans Appointments may be made I'',
and their survivors or dependent ad\anc? through the county '\
\ ruMmg in recardr ins oliivcr/ at 142 Flaglcr Street,
u I J ) Vt.reran* Adm nnUataan bcnr St' an where Tcmpleton "will \bih
tit' GI housing) loam ter i iT inplstcn lc : in Uhuridaj, Aug. 6 fron
,:- represents, the /fit ,J. to A r" 1

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A DAILY RECORD is kept of every hcn'i production When it falls below 50 per cent, she goes to TUNING ts.Ysawaut. II i

the market, Here George records the day's laying, MARGir BO YDS ION gathers eggs in a wire.ba ket. She then candles: grades and packs them. Glare-proof RCA ..o.ioe .

'Only IHrdrfn;; a Wire-bound Cage .' Is Song of the lIens Tube High Fidelity* AllchannelVHF(2tol3)sndUHF: Color _
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I Boydston S Creekside Farm Has 2,200 Leghorns (14 New UHF to Tuners Vista 83)25OOO.volt*VHF Powerful*and'Improved OUR at's PRICK ursto,..mvrsmae a...(.Y.wt.'..s..s..pI-$am.w,toe. )

Color Chassis' (factory
led I I to he working on new varieties adjustedAAuto) IC1 IEtt(
trough. As members of the Martin County i Farm is well worth the time and
of strawberries at his farm near $625
Most Eggs ProducedGo Any "hen-partying" that goes Pawling N. YProduction Fair Association: the Boyd tons effort just to see the flock: of malic Color PurlflrTHe INt copiIEUVaIDR
on is strictly on a vocal basis Even of I is the have helped I with the poultry exhibit peacocks which roam' the prem
this is practiced moderately among eggs major i at the annual lair during "roes I
enterprise on the Boydston twen- 0 MOST TRUSTED NAME FOB OVER
the Boydston hens, as they are the past three years. -- -
about as quiet a flock: as one will ty-f iveacrearm.. A ten-acre citrus: I EXCLUSIVE SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S 1 IYEAIISI
To Local Stores find grove of oranges and grapefruit The average person may haveno EVERY TIME A FOREST :
the i income interest in visiting, a farm to I
The business of the flock is to supplements the winter poultry ; lICe :%,000'white chickens in wire rM FIRE STRIKES, TV '
during season. trr
lay eggs, and this the members of : cages: but a visit to Creekside ..t..)
By CHARLEY SIOOKEY it do regularly and In volume. Asa George and his wife do all of the tYo AND APPLIANCES ---
result of the hens' Industry, the work attendant to the egg farm. II
The "11111; red hen" of grandmother's'a day sure "aint what she used Boyd tonl market about eighty This includes/ keeping the feed! I Headquarters for "Living Color" TV
to be.:' Todayshe's! merely ,one bit o| machinery in a huge egg factory: five dozen eggs daily at this slack troughs filled and gathering candling : Beachcombers in GET BURNED 725 Colorado Dial AT 7-3456
Such a factory: is to be found on,-the west bank of Mapp Creek two season, and as high as 130 dozen grading and packing the Jaunt SaturdayThe .
I miles south otfpjin City where George I I. Boydston and his wife, when the cages are filled to 'ca eggs. Margct handles this part of
I Margit operateanregg" farm with a capacity: : of 2,2tX layers It is pacity.: the work while George docs the Family Beachcombers Club
commercial To provide this volume of eggs heavier work of handling the feed will hold its final meeting this
currently the largest :
: farm in Martin County. may conic when she's only eighteen: the hens require about a ton of and keeping the troughs and cages summer Saturday, Aug 8 at 10
r egg feed a week. This I Is brought to clean. a.m. Members will meet at the
On the Boy<.blqn, >lace each: month old, or it may not be until
White Leghorn hen Is j only "a bird! she's three years of age., the farm In bulk from a feed mill The eggs are taken to marketin House of Refuge Museum before
I j in a wire-bound! cage," to paraphrase It is itrictly a sedentary! life that in Fort Pierce, and stored in a bin Stuart every morning. Kindred going by car to Seminole Shores y'r .
old Itp adjoining the laying house. and Kwik Chck take all eggs grading hey will hike from there back
the title of an song the cage layer lives. There's DO
Replacements for hens that drop large and extra large The to the museum Those attending
Is which means housework to do, and food and "
a cage operation
that each hen ii confined ju aware water are always available. The below 50 per cent: in egg production medium\ sized ones go to restaurants are asked to bring collection path We believe /
/ are raised in range houses! and institutions in Stuurt. For ;, and a picnic lunch.
cubicle the dimonslvM! of food (feed) i is in a trough in frontof
which arc 8 by 16 by: l8 1 ip) hes, her cage .wbilp 'Ircith water in aft area neat the laying house. .tht;cU1': outl '.h,f" gggigre) packed Children under twelve shouldbe
I She spends all I hcr'$ ult" life lows( thl'OlIaJtJ'oollb at her rear. Every six\: weeks: George starts, a in one-do/en papercartons accompanied by an adult The rrT' $ '
in this. cage too beginning, at twenty When she lays an egg it rolls down flock: of 150 day-old pullets of the which' carry the statement" "Boyd- club: is open to aft and there arc .J i :
weeks of ale and- continuing: the gently sloping floor of her Hy-line strain which are producedin : slo" Creekside Farm. and! the no fees .
until she no longer lays ono egg domicile and conies: to rest in a SL Petersburg by a nephew of. sue of the eggs it contains.George : Items from last week's collection your
at lead every other day That time _depression just beyond the feed Henry Wallace, former vice president BoydMon, a native of are on display at the House
I of the United Stales, and one Iowa, has spent most of his life I of Refuge in the Marine BiologyRoom.
-- : time U. S. secretary: of agricul' in Florida. He livCin\ Palm I .
Lure Beach County before moving to
-BE cliYis Incidentally, Wallace in credit his present location: seven years! doctor
i ed with developing several strain I I ago His. wife a native of Sweden\ ,
of hybrid corn: as well as hybrid has been in the United States since

MRS MYRFLE Will'BUN.;,. .C:orrtspoudrnl AT 701160 chickens..At present.! he..!..reported _1950.. u_ _._ __y _

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LUNCIIKON-CARD; PARTY 1 PERSONALS: I Crap- Cf...rt.). knows -1
Mrs fid j NEWS CM. m4 Mml
August Brunmng a ,Mr and Mr*. Glenn Pierce: and *
Mrs. Mary Bellinger were co-hott daughter, Marilyn, of Antioch: I UNDER MANAGEMENT OFCapt.
MRS. MARY BROWN Com 7-2996
I spondent
elites at a luncheon\ at Milan'i ; .
Restaurant Monday, July 27 I III, have returned home after a ToUy EDgtbrelHnSalerno X17

After luncheon the gueMi went: two-week visit with Mrs. Pierce's: .... A1' NM' best
to Mrs Brunning's fioirte where' parents, Mr. and! Mrs. Lee'Stock LltTIE LEAGUERS: Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown and' .
they enjoyed an afternoon: of well on Letitia Avenue, HAVE POOL PARTY family and Mr and Mrs Robert': Shipyard ATt1atNcoM.

cards. After spending three months in Members of the Little League I Caulfield and daughter, Stuart, accompanied
The guests included: Mrs. t-d-: Beverly, Ohio, where she was called baseball) team of Port Salerno werefeted : Mr and Mrs, K. Brown
win Miller, Mrs Marry Miller, I due to the illness and subsequent with a the pool in to Boynton Beach Sunday where
l teI
Mrs Chris Connell, Mrs. Dorothy death of her mother, Mrs. Pirates Cove : "hard work"
they will be of Mr and filii
Mercer Mrs Leroy Heppc.Mrs. Bernice Webber hits returned to during this past season. Each I guests
Hubert Kline, Mrs Andrew her home on Myrtle Avenue. member of the team was given Mrs. Kenneth Sharon for a few The prescription your doctor writes to relieve your

Wilkie, Mrs. Gladys Foohr, Mrs. I. a brand! new baseball for his participation : days Mr and Mrs Sharon entertained own ills or those of a loved one ore an expression of
Ma 'I I e r Sergeant and Mrs.
Zillah Rhoads and Mrs. John : in the league. : several friends with a Polynesian
Puts. Score prizes were' presented' George B. Allen and children. Susan Refreshments of hot dogs and I Limit Sunday which included JACK'S GULF the knowledge he has gained over manyyears of

to Mrs. Foehr, Mrs; Heppe and! and Brad, of Clearwater spent cold drinks were given by Jack : : rousting of a fiftypoundpig STATIONAll study and dedicated service to humanity. You !
Mrs. Wilkie.VACATION. last weekend with i Mrs. Alien's Saunderson. Mr. Saundcrson had 'Polynesian, style" may
parents, Mr, and Mrs. James rely on us for precise interpretation of the formula :
made Wacha if
Houghlon, of Wildit Avenue. a wager with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mann Palm Serrlr Guaranteed ,
IN 1IIK NOR1IIMr. ) / the team beat his team he would. Drive. Hibiscus Park have returned lack Saondmoo, OWBCT accurate measurements, fresh drugs and hospital
and Mrs W. L. Sthroik; : Mr. and Lire William Davis sponsor their party Our congratulations : to their hone after a short AlA Fort Salerno AT 7-2021 clean conditions.
and son Bruce, of Myton Avenue and daughters. Eleanor and Becky, to the leant-they won! vacation:
of Wilda Avenue, ___ __ ...
Richard Ault thank all -
recently returned fro m a are spending wants to -- ------- n- ::
four.week'I&cation pent visitingnumerous I their vacation in, Newburn, N. C. the merchants and! everyone else
for their donations and! help to the
relatives and friends in
Connecticut. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mrs. Joseph R. Edwards and league this year. Also special PROMPT DEPENDABLE
children: and ,
Jimmy Bonnie Lea
Indiana. Illinois and Michigan i thanks to Mr. and hire bush of $25 REWARD
of Miami, spent lust week Vacationing
Pirates Cove who hosts to
They reported having encountered in Jensen Beach as guests PRESCRIPTION
both hot and cold weather of Mrs Edward's mother, Mr E. the party. SERVICE
getting in some trout and bream lI, J. Whitman of Coconut Road.A .
Fishing and having a wonderful 1 1time. CUlT CHATS

However, they are happy to| now refrigerator ur range Mrs John kadinan. Mimosa
be home again. '_usually.! lust about/ fifteen years. I Drive, .Hibiscus Park! has return-
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to her home front St Mary ,:, SALES & RENTAL
Hospital Went Palm Beach, where
Where this emblem is displayed, you are she had been a patient for the v

assured of \tli finest insurance service "He"past for two a weeks.quick Our recovery best to "Lot- HOSPITAL SUPPLIESBEDS

in the land.W. .
A warm welcome back from I .
several weeks visit with their children a WHEEL CI (AIRS CRUTCHES

I in New York l Ia given to Mr.
and Mrs BiU Vandcrhoof of hose -
Tree Drive Hibiscus Park. I

Mr. and Mrs Edwin Brown, PHONE
Mimosa Drive, Hibi have their Mr and Mrs
as guests!
N.Kenneth J. Brown from' Emerson, I HAVE YOU SEEN THIS BIRD?

--- --. \ .Lois .' ckt.. df. Rtf,
I Ilk bird Is one of .two which dkawwimd>> from tics ealraore rw-
CHUCK A SERVIEEA381JOt to a home M Jupiter Islund. He have found_ ease and would
1 tike to recover the other. We know they didn't fly away
; tTAJIMIK) .... .... "bream they are over 40 years old Mad- of cart hit aa4. xs i f' PRESCRIPTIONSHOP
B. TILTON 1kU.-p welsh about 6. pound tarn.' TW wbipprtad b abuse Mkuhra
I sad the color ..W* .hM war wa wad gny FfeaneMB
sad lhb bird hum to rvi" l.NO .
0..... by lark. SOUwell Q.L'tSriOV HII.L BE! ASKED
Port Satan* Please NotifyM "

AGENCY I K_ Service M.\ COUNTY MIFJUrT .... 111.%," 622 Colorado A\'e., Stuart
HI V OF STU'AR T I-OLJCX 2.7-l 121 I
IKNMEN HAm AT 7-1411 I i Off 7 it)* week -



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BEER or ALE Fish Cakes 3 12.02.PKGS, I ,.' a

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PAK Cod Fish 2VPKG. U9.
6 12.O 1 :. 89c W.D BRAND
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2{of 69 3 CANS 1OOIU' I M e PKG. 89c

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Hawaiian Holiday or Dutch Maid 12-0Z. Lunch Meat CAN 99 Ground Chuck LI. 9
BAGG I ES 0'FK15 43c 55
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Thursday' Anp'M i. 1964 FOR RENT V! Employment Wanted' 41GIBL Servkea p(feryd: ", 'JI c. 71. than the) smaller planets of earth. '61 CORVAIR 4D straight
b'lJ| others at e big enough to take News stick. Velvet-smooth clutch.
-- iff the eartht orbit-wih( a lot of f
Bx-: HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor,, Original midnight blue metal-
NEAT, clean, Vt Inch away- FRIDAY Receptionist space left over
WI( SYMBOL from town. Furnished efficiencies. perienced in general office procedure '. Mower and Disc. WUJ!l clear los( 1 lic. Radio. Runs, drives, looks
and howital routine. Pre- cut tree Fence posts' In4 pilingi A method of veiling powdered Iss\l
$$$? The best of neighbor $45.I / like Was $1.095, Now
Dorothy Apartment, 211 GJo flit: Doctor's, prTMe Call; AT 1. for sale. Lawtoa Wall., PbpaeA l coffee: protcqeU' by an atmosphere
READERS PAY TO READ rado Aye) 287-4837 g-13 ((35i) I 5440. 8.6 ((4}) 7-14qi. ) of nitrogen has .Ji> an aerosol eonjajner ,895.
/: developed
YOUR ADS IN SEMINOLE Shores Apartments ttNDER, loving care for infants CONTRACTORS equipment fof( J UU 1.. Children.1olal1 '9f living l *

Now Is the time to make reservations and children in my home. All rent Diixcri or sale.air Water pumps,,sand-con 'Rfa! ) Estate For Sato ,pTWO are abled t)I .jrojn jind aervi. ; ,:, '60 VOLKSWAGENton
hours Experienced. Phone 287. crete compressors
r for one of (the three! new I
Ifte jifunriATlantip ) blisters, cat, airgols causes tiny now Pick-up. Drop sides A steal
Riverfront, 2-bedroom" apartments,,, 1999. 8p" ((48;]) Gunite equip r U -- Orphans
\, (wo blqcls from courthouse All JBU8lnlll Vibrators, hose! tyock and bedroom horn' With tile; Wr ancg program, at $695. $95 down, $34 per
electric Cc'ntr'al air-conditioning i tackle, and'miscellaneous hems: bath on large lot, ', awn- .
JO 0.. carport Veterans Administration.Tlisq month.
DIAL and heating. Unfurnished or fur ppportunlile 287-142Q. :.7 If( no\ .P')'", pall: 2870743. inn '>nd fireplace, nicely furnished '
nlfthcd Aduln I only.. References require tf (71)) $ .500. Di'al.. 287-0070, or after .ildtaibibar; qs jpl4.of"ttiaa 4he ( !) i .* '* *
71550To *). Bunding to 'he ready for BUSINESS Opportunities( : Major p.112811102.j tf (90)HOME ) to t
occupancy August 15. Contact Service1 Station Excellent business ARNO Travel Agency. Call Arno deceased .' '60 STUDEBAKER LARK,

Place Your FAST SFLI ING- Owner 287-117, or 55 E. Sem. low Inventory. Call 746- Travel Agency for.airline,'Amp steamship sylt)" }Income: four' rental aits Pi Vat sldent signed Johnson.into law ;: 2D, 6-cyL';, straight stick Air
tfckcf by
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rartrdud !
inolo! Street, Smart. tf ((35)FJVE ) 9907 or 746. 083 after $:00 L1.!. (4s, or large family' houspIll.nest .
18 experience 216 S Ditie. Thousands of children Cond.! Nylon tires. Was
LOW COST WANT AD 8-6 ISO]) years fprcef gale at big reduction. New
room apartment, completely 1 lJ Stuart g87-464q. tf (71)) For information, call AT 7-0312: / out( the natioiv ar..pt:( { I $89!., now $69$. $95 down,

WANT DS South furnished.Federal Second Hwy 2874325 floor 700 or ,.I. SPECIAL NOTICES r 53 TARE-- ) your dog to Ida'I on Highway after 7\10:|\) p:m, 8-6 ((90)) affected Keller, Martin by the new County laws l ; $34 per ,month.

: RATE: Five cents average 187-1297. tf ((3$1) ..A.Jr.. ) between Ft pierce and Stuart \ DO', you want a home of your Service officer, (; said i *
t word, minimum' charge per insertion I WANT the best price r"r your Carl next t 16 Shell Bazaar.' ,. %87-'18{ own? :3 I bedroom CBS, bath,' Originally the War
: .. or 287-J 838. 8-20(71)( ) ucation Assistance Act I' '60 4D WAGON. 6-
$100 (for up to twenty ATTRACTIVE eltlcicncy: cottage Call Jack Bruwl nt 287-1214 carport W01 give yoU( owner'sequity FORD
average. words). Words In ALL. Rio. Pleasant locationwithin I Merkle Mown, Inc. tf ((55))) ,_ ... '" you take'" over' morlgnrepaymcnti. only to those children cyl ,Fordomatic. .R & II.
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first easy distance of dock facilities PLANTS A S"qVlCE'S 73PLANTS Call 287-2341 or 287- eran-parcnt' died as a :
word each Reasonable year-round rates. Call. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS 0260. tf ((90)) of service it\ (the' Chrome luggage rack. Wan
count as fwq vyords AT 7-2583 after 5 p.m. or write I meets af 8:30: p.m. every Wed.'lelday I ...A during wartime :The/ (fact I $1,095. now $79$.
White space above or below or B. J. Abbott, Star Route Jensen' at the Community Church! ,' Sprinkler' systems, 1500' of St. Lucie River waterfront '. other parent Mill oved 'd.'d\' I
within ad will be charged: .a the Beach Fla. tf ((35)) Jensen ,Beach For information, landscaping! sod. Fastest growing $30.00 per front foot. Let', vent I these! children in// t *

amber of word (five) that couldbe Phone AT7-333;. tf ((3Jjt ( nursery: in MgrtinCounty. Pelican us Dhow you today GLucdcr. tween eighteen jwd i "
printed in the blank line, or COTTAGE for ItS weekand .------ .-_------- Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A), I .Realtor, 29R ColoradoAve front qualifying) \ as an '$! I : 59 CADILLAC Convertible.

25 cents per line. comfortable. {t per day rental for Electric Carpet : Palm City; AT 7-11 1JJ. tf ( 75)) ., Stuart. *,.$ ((90)) the meaning of the law PSBW&S. R&H. Fact Air
"Display Classified"" r lie I on 287-0902( after, 6 o'clock. tf ((35)) ... '
Shampooer with purchase of 11_ ... later the law was Beautiful All White. ..Real
application. Blue l-ustre., artman-I.eightonFurndurd. } )BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, : Established include children of L
RIVERFRONT Dome with pool ,
MbetlUneoiu 78 black and in.
For Salve business that will) leather white
S pay iced
for rent. Furnished unfurmshed. 620 Dixie Highway death was Cs by
or -
These are cash rates The, for ads Call 287-0948.()! tf ((35)) 8-fr (55)) UUI ..,.lirMnilllM. .4 IIMII ilHM"llllFOR for itself in +S year ,Will show injury resulting directly terior. Extra extra nice. Was
brought or mailed to Stuart Income figures Requires only part
of. active
male Pointer petformancb
News with If are aStuart LONELY' ? Holding Down Sale: One pup time of $25.000 full price 1995., now $1,795.
payment you IN Stuart across from school. upen. Four 2000. John owner. from armed conflict or ;
News mail subscriber or are ? Congenial' man would jikoIICnnrellled pionths pld. See M. P; Nelson Realtor 325 E. ,
One bedroom, bath kitchen I scs Flowers Myrtle Drive, Circle T ardouaInlce'! ; doting *
listed In the Stuart telephone directory living and dinette Newly painted or retired man to Ranch In.Jiantown.6 ((78)) Odeon<: !) Blvd. 287-3566, 8-6 (90)S1 (! )) service on or after Sept.
you can place your ad by tele and tile floors. Furnished 287M55. -I share entail home 2871394. Call The pew law now. '! 59 FORD 4D WAGON.
.phone., Dial ATtantic 7-1550 and .' 'If ((35))" before 9-00: a.m. or after 1:00: p,m. >0. DOWN Government, acquired program to children pf Small V-8. Power steering,
laY 1 want to place a want-id. : 8-6 ((55)) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest homes 2 bedroom and of10/ Spanish-American
ROOMS for rent In private home. II 3 bedroom; Port St. Lucie. C. L, World W 4r I I. Wortd) enigmatic.: Fact. Air. Beau
619 East 5th St. Stuart. Rea- Prices In Florid Smith Broker 203 Angle! Road,
blue interior.
Korean Conflict and ( tiful all white,
lonable. tf ((35)) Fort Pierce. HO 4-1209. Eve-
Give mill l addresi 'u time' service who have
your .0 GUITARS. DRUMS PIANOS aims I and! Sundays, HO 1-6329. 'Smd Really nice. Was $995., now
well as your telephone: number manently' totally) '
the Water New
In your W.pt-Id, The Stuart L-fficipncici;: : Furnished duplex C..I. 1957 DeSoto 4-door sedan, 270 ORGANS 8-6 ((90)) illness or injury $795,

.- News hat hundreds who of hedral; ceiling Colored tile bath, condition.hn.:' Good Reasonably tires, good Daytime running EASY TERMS; 300' frontage on Route 1 -40 to their wartime service: I *
out-of-itale subscribers ub and shower. Kitchens performance active
by Frigdaire.
are your best possible pros Bahama beds Large tree- only, call 287-2622.--..8-13: U8)FQR ) MORITZ PIANO'CO. acres in entire development tract.' Excellent$50- armpit\ : conflicts of? from 59 VOLKSWAGEN Micro

pests for real estate sales and ihaded porches> Plus 110' Fibbing Sata1: Economical 1958 Enj 112' No. 5tB Street ( onwfi; 29% down, 'Roland or extra-hazardous'. a' Bus. 2-T Bronze and White.
rentals", boats, help wanted, Pier, lighted. Adult Sea pate Vilai. l-; Huh l Ford Good condition, $223: Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747. O Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado Sept 16, 1940.
gardening, trailers, and serv Lighthouse Point P. O. Box Call 287-4905. 8-6 ((58)) Jf J78)TRUSSES ) Ave. Stuart. 8-6 ((90)) The l lawj provides for $($5. $|5 down, $34 month.
ices.REGULAR. |531, Stuart 'Phone 287-1657. up to $110a; montb for
""5. 8-13 1 ((35)Iwo elastic stockings, MUST be sold St. Lucie Estates enrollment a ft d *

BOATS & SERVICES 63 pads, ankku, etc. Stuart 3 small bedrooms large dining I lower'!." for part time study
( (CLASSIFICATIONS bedroom unfurnished( Apt, J -4 Drug Corp., If1'1/ ) and living area, CBS. completely gible children attending
ON. Small V-8.2 barrel carb.
OnceoU A Cortex In Stuart. 3 furnished including air-condition- pursuing non-college

(Numbers over 100 refer to display hUxrka from schools $79 per mo. AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer WATER Heaters, 149.64 glass ins City water Reduced to $13.- Ing to gainful employment straight' stck.| Beautiful original .
i clasnlfied ads?, which appear W. U Wagner, 2(7-4880 or 2871WL Complete Sales, Service, Parts.Used |lined, 10 year warranty New 900) only $1.500 cash M P. em the high school level I green metallic original

after the end of the smaller ads..Id 6. If I numerical Be lure look Expert 287-3566. 8.6 ((90)) Asel l limit are set at !
order tq FOR Rent: 2 bedroom house, semi- Mechanic.: CASA RIO BOAT A TKOPKMS Inc. of Florida. 140 Blvd t clean. $695. $95 down,

in both placet) furnished. First and Madison MOTOR SALES, Inc 440* Rt707 'Stuart Shopping plaza)- ,, 287-4010). NORTH- of Stuart=200 frontageon t tq exctpjiqns'Iwentjqhrje( + can,but!be' i Made: $J4 per month.
35 135 Street', Coral Gardens. $RO( month. In Rio. AT 70944t <*VOUTBOAKU ((78)) '
FOR RENT Route 1 Improvements are capped Children <*!ho may I'I! *' *
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FOR RENT OR SALE 31-138 Includes lawn' Care. Jupiter, 746- MOTORS'REPAIRED 1 HANDCRAFTS: Supplies'& In- 1 furnished eff 'apis. 2 bedroom take special training may

WANTED TO RENT 40-140 73J3. -'--'- ----. _U ((35)) We have parts for all 'IIU: Free! \ t,. I).. JUPRU.AVoWI-. home and extra bMg.siutahle S2t1.0nJoo-' lot agefmirt eAt t \ "58 VOLKSWAGEN 2D. R"iH"
HELP WANTED 43-143 I FURNISHED two-bedroom apartment popular makes. Can test your coil able instructions with pur small business. Only ; the .ame' time, ,, J : Just like new. Ong jet
Wanted .48-148Bwineea in Monterey section $75 and condenser Ulmer Motors. Dial chases Unusual gift for all occasions. rood term Roland p": Luedcr.. Stu tQ) 'pucsiwj after tae "?;' : black ,beauty Ong. spotless
Employment Colorado Ave;
Realtor 729
Straw hats & bags. Florida In special cases :
50 150 per month. Call :87-1685 tf (05)) AT 73355.: Your Friendly Dodge e\pec interior. Low mileage. $895.
Opportunities; > Deal*. tf (63) souvenirs.. Oriental outdoor art. 8-6J90) (ho e, studenls.who serve
LOST A FOUND 53-153 I A Modern:; furnished Ipartm'int. lanterns & statues, pecan candies BEST Ocean front--buy-- between Armed Force, before. *

SCHOOLS 54-1J4I Bedroom, living room, fully wallto FOR SALE: Complete I lid I of Fruit shipped. The most complete- the bridiw 600 ocean front. ly.third birthday

I SPECIAL NOTICES: 55-155 wall carpeting; and Bahama beds, Marine Supplies, Marine Pilots, : Tropical Shop on the Lraat Coast including 1200' of At I A frontage raeteRlRa sxeaaat pt- i I 58 FORD Fairlane 500 con
I All electric kitchen. Dinette and Marine Hardware-everything for Come in and bring tour friends and 1 1600( on the vertible. V-8. Fordomatic. P-
USED CARS 58-158 glass enclosed shower, all In colored your boat Whiticar Boat Works, I Open daily from 9 till 5. Closed Indian approximately River. Total dcnth of tract fOR! RENT// SAB. R&H. Good white top.

NEW CARS 60-160 tile Off street parking Large Port Sewall tf ((63)) Sunday! ALGOZZINI GIFT approximately 1600'. Ocean frontgoned J ......J Runs good, a little rust. Bar
: MATS & SERVICES, 63-163 patio. Walking distance to everything SHOP. U. S. No. I I. Kobe Sound. I
RELIABLE 10 hr. Johnson, outboard I (or mrnercial, hotels and gain at.$395. No down, $24
ft <8-168 pne of the best in Stuart. Phone 546-5373. 8-6 (lit) side for Auric1
motels, and \
motor, J958' Model with I SWAT : per month.
month ,
$75 667 Cleveland !
per ., __ EG {
Service Offered, tyke. 71-171 tank in good I condition pike L4\III-1Io\ and residential Only I $265 net
Avenue. 7-0992() tf ((35))
: PLANTS & naVI\; =F.S >75-175 AJ Ras i reasonnble. See Herb at Anchorage .1 Waited lo Buy (Mtoc.) II foot M P Nelson., Realtor. JJ5 : *
lOVCLY ground floor apartment.furnished ..1.r 8-6 ((61)) E. Ocean Blvd. 287.3566. 6(90)( ) AI
for Sale, MhceUontoiH 78-171 n.:1io.: '57 BUICK Model 75, 4D.

Waited To Buy '(!\1M.) 81-111 schools sjiU, >one.nk.bedroom.Adults Near Call FOR-Sale;; !: ?liS91 Fiberglas WANT the best price for your FOR Sale: Duplex, lOuth-of -OffTHE '" HT. A real beauty. Ong jet

MOVING STORAGE 84-184 287.2693. If ((35)) 16-foot' boat and trailer. car? Call Jack Bruiel at 287 art Fully furnished :room for'. black finish, orig. black and
Call AT
Real Estate. For Sale 90-190 Good condition. SHOo Call after5pm. 1214. Merkle Motors. lap. U (al) Mansion$10.500.' ST. white Interior. PSBW&S. RA
RIO Two rdrown furnished CBS 287-4096. 8-6 ((63)) 19/O. tf (90) H. Automatic drive. No
96 196 rust
Real Lttate Wanted I lome| Air conditioned swimmina WANTED One ualirer or axle 4 PB tad & \
; ;; 4 100 ft 'e I (fwo-rooas
pool. $U month Moyt 196226' Chricrt-C; ; type hitch for small ,travel trailer. FOR Sale by Owner: waterfront Really nice.. Only $595.. no
I- per 1 185 Sleeps .. Boarding (adder lot*. fish and drv Spaclow kbaded down. $34 month.
C. Murphy, AI A, Jensen Beach h.p. Mast be reasonable' 287-5038. 7259Y ( per
FOR RENT 3S bilge pump, stainless steel 1-6481)) Ucrif.ce at $29 a foot. AT hrliipi' ,Lot. Boat
8-6 (
287-3340. ((35))
t mufflers ship to shore, fathometer ________ tf (90) SlmftVboanL TV and" : *

FURNISHED two bedroom apartment hydraulic transmission. Exceptional WANTED to Buy A 5 to 7H' ..:... u ( '
FOR I RENT: 2 bedroom furnished ,,, Very clean. Reasonable condition. Call 287-5985 horsepower cycle. "-sII. Call REAL ESTATE WANTED M Week Month 57 STUDEBAKER' ..Commander -
bouse on Indian River, Sewalls Adults 287-0768. If. no answer qr {87-IJ6I. 8.6 ((JSJJ j} 287-6455 after 2OQ:!: p.m. 8-6 (81) 2D, 259 V-8. Auto

Point. Yearly J12J per month. call 287-4806. 8-6 135)) .._... _. ._ ..". -- U4 *T. IUCIE ,,' drive, Orig Jet black beauty,
call 2870197. tf ((35)) WANTED: Small country place STUART, orig. black and white interior
Real Estate. M
-- TRAILERS & SERVICES (8 Fee Facie preferably near water Give
Telephones R&H. Beautiful Only $595.
FOIJ HENT\ OR SALE 38 and octaiis.nii mv 413:
river I
FURNISHED apartments on "price
-- ---- -- f.OQo., N.q down, $34 per month.
3 rooms and efficiencies TV: FOR Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper (FOUR bedroom waterfront home. S. E 1911fOl1.1"'er.bU.. (I ?)
8 ((96)
and dock privile Driftwood. NEW unfurnished 2-bcdroom.! 2- alumjpum( house milrr.. very Will trade for vacant land. Wrist Fla. *
Motel 443 North Indian River bath house near SI. Lucie Inlet good condition. Best offer. Tele- Bo 23. Stuart. FU. tf (90) enlss = .s ss : >lrtaanate e '
Drive. Jensen Beach. AT 7-2237 Central air-conditioning pier. $150 t f tf ((35)) per month. Phone" Boynlon Beach phis! %T 1.nn._ ROUTE I I2r frontage on the Self.G<>n tni,, {. small'I V-s. Fordomatic. PSA

732-3441 or write Roger Skillman. SPACE FOR RENT New small new 4 laned road in City Of B. $33 No down $24 per
TWO bedroom Jurnbhed apartment Box2:87. Delray: Beach 8-6 ((38)) mobile park ,for adults.! Planned Stuart. Prime location and excellent month.
for rent in North River and built to accommodate large terms. $36,01)000.) Roland JYJLLA )

Shores. $125 monthly year around. FURNISHED ri-bedroomr two mobile homes including the newest 0. Loafer Realtor,- 729 Colorado *
Call 287-3547. tf ((35)) bath wsterfront non\e. in Stuart 12* wide all-electric. All utilities Aw. Stuart. g-fr |90))
Can he used as three bedroom ifdeurcd. underground. Patio ,slabs JO YOUR CHOICE: 2D HT or
H.\ : home, downtown
$45. by the month rent. No kids Season.,' or )' IU>( and! 40'. Individual electric: meter ro(area bedroom clone to stores. 'Ideal 4D Sedan! air-cond. 56 LIN-
pets, kinfolks or foolishness.CVe U65. Stuart ) Rates $20 and $25. pet month. Including for retired couple. Cash or tams; CQLNVFulI, power. Were
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n nicely \furnished apartment helroom.batb house In water, Bout dockage: tradable Can 2874341 oc 2I7-026tt() tf(90)COCONuf ( ) $595, now $395. No down,
tile bath screen porch util- Stuart City Limit I Especiallynice nearby. LocaieJ at 5th and i $.4. pet {month.
hits and garbage service: included Furnished unfurnished.Referenctv l Lincoln Port Salerno." Tel. 287638,1 PARKiroom. bed.
Inquire The Seven Cs Gr Vo or Yearly or 8-6 ((68)) | bats' borne in I setting : *
-Store. North 4.laned U, S. N.I 1 pep- of beautiful tropical Lalge ic
seasonal lease Bo Stuart 'living
and North 20th Sty North Stuart. screened outdoor room, 56 OLDS 98 Con. PSAB.
1'f( (1S Service Offers 1 Ibq 1\111III. \
*1(35)I )) Natural fireplace M living room. /ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS New white) top. Hawaiian
t Tn AA Carport and utility loom. A k*>ery blue finish Wu $$9S.. now

I1ELF WANTED 43 WISCONSIN Bnggt StrtttoB home In a quid area.. Sbxisvn'byappoinrment : $395. No !flown. $24. per ma

I J Clinton and Lateens TAIICOOLED only, SI 5,500,CKX ecar .n..T4.
ENGINES- &la stock and Roland. O Lueder.. Realtor 729 eta elmeRf. trtantosOCaawwt1'Itq *
; wanted! for day ornight
Colorado Ave. Stuart 8-6 (fW)
part and neo who know ,bow krepair : : Arskwawra
,, shill Only experienced 54 DE sam 4D,
Rill freyl Extra -
MQTOR5"or" aaeweNt7vteaoaam
them. ULMER a .0. one 9't.
WADS need apply in person Poor Bob'sCaked Dial AT 7-33SSYouc FriwAtv .OWNER must sell building kr.Tus ) pod $195. No down. $12
Lounge! AIA Jensen (Stypnunn area. Near church
DodM Dealer tf OHRAYCOOKE'S ...10'1.' mirm O.-S.E NEW per anont't .
Reach U 143)) I Inn
schools b/wpnal, library YY torsos:
DOTHEJOB! WANTED School aradu-.! Septic Tank Service. at kw than .SIT per foot. Make ..aake, ........ w Tway ONE NEW:
: High USED
Also offer. M, f'- Nersoe Real Estate ONE
ate interested in Warning printing I Cleaning and repunny. w. T. PAG1 M&r, b1A\'Ys; MANY MORE
dram fields paired and re-ludl I 325 E. P<:fa" Btvd| 287-356 Stuart
trade New" Apply last Oc In pent"tat aa Boulevard, Dial AT 7-065 1 .AT 1.9S61.-----tf(11)(-) -- ----t U---490)) t -..-.-.t' ae tf'' tta W7 set, : :
H' earn, ,! S Rns. ,.4 (0)) WHEEL-- -ALIGN ...TIRE

NURSE ncedvJ l for doctor's ...rf'qin BALANCING with Bear Foulp-! EXPECTING COMPANY? : CARRINGTONCAR

ProfesMonal Building. Write ment by trained m cr) iuo will rv" WONDER VIIEtX 1'Ol.R1E pOOC TQ BED T1IEI DOWN
for &Itself in tire wetf We have thequipmeot
Box H. Stuart News Mating .
and references. and mea. Your frirtx aa.. a.. MI* "sMTTtotX Ruisiatla raita sad ass at..r.ktreAat

age Qualification 14 (4J h Dodge fcakf! ULMER MOTORS stfl aa.sieM sal k.(sMf COTV .. CO.

or Dial AT 7-4US. tf Oj) CALL) URIB [ IRC MANAGE-

m t'WfeC: W.H 4* TERRAZZO 111. V a. MarbhfW. New A......,. r. Yee Sleelg CrdNiape MQP \ AU OLD DTOE IIWY, MIXDICNTOWN

...... II Wagner Ok. AT 1- ISO Q c1.M.ROgo ( ais. la 0 rSouthwind --. I RD

I I or AT 7-16K _tfQl) 1 Mile JUPTTW.: PWM 74*4772
with U years expenenoa in ametropolitan I WE Spedaliie: Window and screen: OPw 8wdae

ask for theM..Tol law offm available' repair Ola, replacement. pa\1 Noi1- TELmiotad intmSt II STUUIT -6(158)(
and ( shorthand parfun wt. Takes I and Kjrvlc* -Custom work Alum- w.Maarn.i.a STUART nil.
and U accurate rypmfU amanstrusiom. Builders Supply

: J: pe 2874J51, I-U (48)) Sm e, lac. AT 7C144. t1t1) -- M ..'.-.w.yr: :r: ."'- ..-
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..., of &'hrl t (l' THE STUART (Florida) NTW"
:1lim1J' Av.eociatkm' d 1Iurcb 'in rrnv
I A remote control; (\ ,tern fit 1 Virginia. The Rov; arc winter j the : flnptor 6, 9M >.*
I ThUlll4lAua"t
hii' neso phine !
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windows permits ,rewlvnn of-Sea'Oate H1IrtM.9f' wf Pcntitia"cr cm Srt- | tlonal). Next Sunday Rev -Qqil 6 ;
opening or can ht '
house diverted by a new attachmcni i CITY NEWS day, July 26. at the George Waftfthtglon Ltik WilhMen. N. D.111 he the .
clo-ng any or all of them froma f 10 am peer number for I PALM PALM CITY PERSONALSMr. Hotel in West Palm Beat iM guest minister the recent death of Mrs. Zgtmiekis
central panel which it is eel I INtrA WHITE; Correspondent 287-8581 father.Thatermediate.
MRS. and Mr. Justin Ivy, kk""* /. and Mrs. Frank Cox. Mapp Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cbjpncn- I'

p", I .'ril ton: Tex, spent diM days het Road have returned from a cwwfffig dime. Mecto 'Vtotnifcf''''''''. Vefortekh girls' clove' of'.
REAL tefcar-OMMt FruliMr \
ESTATE. FOR SALE 190 week viftttwf the Al I Btmremds. I of four days in Keys at : ArAfif vMtor Sunday Ike met
trip w re
.. t ,t "j' "'" Moore GSwPrise I ST%*tw' Bwe of Mrs MoWl -
..4 l tylrg. fylaydelle John Pennekamp Slate Park and at the MytHen Mead hams Aumin
Mr. and Mr 1 E. L Higlwf. labia Hondo On their their WIly t j
-- -- :antlwson. Allen: have returned from home they visited (friend in Mi- Mr. and Mr. S. Arthur Wick I" AMa" Cllti,t"'an. Mr.
Birthday\ Party .weeks Lair of I ioMrrtrmt pia il of Weal Palm Beaob vwistd the. Dian Hesrl. Mill'. Edith Dal)
100 Acres .. Frank J Coxt Monday, night, I Mrs card
JO to Loop Road the dale of W Vfc-
Frontage l Ighdt Rev and Mn Harvey pawl
Frie'ooand and and Mrs Joyee Robofr II .JAfIOntlendelia' laxt
I son I at
$495 per Acre. Terms. neighbors/ urprit' son and: children e it the placei whereKvcral h1l'ltA"1 Feel have returned llo their "home Mr and Mr Andy Zglimckt card I Wne.J prize
thank friend! for many
I ed Met. Maydelle Moore of tho Brighton; III Rev McFe''el has
't rod.'A'IPe! ( dinner at her
22 Wrthday party *t her home o SEA CATS IIVRBOR NEW: iri the. central part of our g'cloarwater alL: ; beets the guest t minister_.at The tnit-of condolence, '.... .-.---.received.. because- _..1-t_ -! .. t ..able.issaw rr v'
SPECIAL Large Lots( \\ Water 'Michigan Avenue on Wednesda Tampa. and Miami. ----..-,-4 f p4v Y-M
Mrs Oscar Fease, who hat been ESTATE FOR SALE 190
front 11 \ 29 Refreshments REAL
Vaten"iewO evening. July } the Albert returned The trip was kkurcly and enjoy ...... '
visiting Riteys ., .. \
':t .J.
< T1
coffee and cake were served. Jj' to CaMlcburyon Tuesday, 'M', covering 1,000 miles. .-.' _, uull L ''I '
tiyner Says SEty! $25,000. Cash Guest* vertt Mr and
The W and Mn Carl Gyp, retired -
Jam Allen tend sob, Mr. Myrl4' alter Bishops" have returned Rev .

3 Bedroom t House. and 20 Acres, $13,000. Mead Mr, Lent Feigcl. Saluda, ftnvilhinl"and Richmond in Va.Halifax, Bible Colleen leachcn, Lakeland SoulheaMemBible are RHODES C NSTRUCTIQNENC.

\lfny Others! Mark Baker, Mr! John HcJricl c pnesti, at the'Ai crtihry" of' Oo SAM
Mrs. Sadie Vandiford{ MrMr an Marthahiteiulc hat returned ;Church, where Rev,'O\gatll'fill\. .
*. S. E. Lane and Mary; Re from a"visit m Miami I mg' n for Rev DanieL who Is.I on

Have Opening; for Salesman and Mr: H. W, McPttsel' and Mr and"Mr*. Jim Melear. Lake vacation with Mn. Daniel) anJ -T- 'Y
I will :. "
Charlcne Minear their children. Rev Ogax) r ; : tl.
midcnts N
children Sea
Worth at :
; are new uaWCr at t
Lots{ of Floor Time Gate Harbor. Mr. Melcar it I the have charge of service on. Sunday -
new owner of the Dairy on State Aug
The Joe Mawhinneys Road 714, between Paint City\ and Mr*. Foy Baxter. Dianne and
the" Turnpike. Debbie have returned t!) Dayton
Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You DidZon Receive $tork ..visl ,:.Mr'> and MrV, Ix velacjBikhort Beach after. a rUn with the And;I
Zglimcki Joey Zglmuki wen
The stork1 brought ..Ir. and Mr have returned to thefthorne home with them for a visit
Joe Mawhmncy It a daughtb'rSheryl ,
in'Philadelphia, after tn ext
Renee. weight Icven pound. CaroliM Jimeney. Miami, I IIIIrtn.lin.
horn 22 at tended visit tinJ\ t tour of Florida: '
O7et1 fifteen ounce a week with her !grand
6::10 p.m: Mri, NUKnunney\:, I is the J\ir' and Mn. Walter 'Buhop" 1 mother Mr. Anita White t 'v
former Diana Yules t They are
and Cqmpany former Palm City reydcnts. now visited the Robert I I.. Rose* at, Beau-- Mary Lane i Is visitmg Mr. and
I living In Montrose, Pal fort. S.t..\\on their way"home from | MM. W. J. Bohannon in Ttiusville'
900 Colorado Aft.actOlll( from lilt National Bank) _, _. ---,-- -----
AT 7-2500 AT 7.180.AT 74121DON .. ---- "' .-.....".-'-'-. .- .11_ JA .L_ Mr. and Mr*. Clyde B Sander
-1"- r attended the district' meeting of
f (anal ttaraartra.a.eMSSSSrsrtatnnoda ,J '. r a ... l_ --- -
4. LAIfA'RIO' '
"ianiSa tiritaaaiiaic t. 1""' ; -. .,.,..

THINK! I I NEWS The "Valley Forge" in Legion Heights


REALTOR_ESTABLISHED 1925 When Yoti: Think AT1ogs7 Full .; Incltttl'wPHb

252. Osceoh Avenue, Stuart -AT 7-0440 REAL ESTATI3 & INSURANCE -Till Is Helen Shomer. pinciThit ct.1 5: 00 LANDS : LOT

; ting for Mrs. Hcailcy,'who. I ii'Oii t '

Best Eight tables were in play at' the DIAL, 287.471Q( WILIUKFR.IUF.SMC*.
.. .. --' July 21 card party. Hostesses wen M t.
ZONED Met Jack Shiner and Mrs Reu
ben Dowler. Door pnre'*as won .
/ 'w -
were won by Mrs. Marie MoNith! ,. WHAT
ISLANDBetween Mr*. |liard Houghton Mix Catherine .
the two bridge Located jll st'\VtQbf Parkway J 100' ocean I 2800' deep to river dine Mrs E. Barnett! Mrs. Jam
CENTS footor $400.00 per acre Each Mrs W Okamoto, Mn, THINGS ARE HAP ?GNIN
Qnly EIGHT. per square Flora Alcorn and Mr. H. D Spen.cer .
$39,500 total HIGHWAY TRACT The next card party wilt !NAug

Our Best Buy The next meeting of the Rio
'..... South. { Stuart on U. S. No. 1 Clvio Club will be Ihirtday, Auj

100' 1 600"$5,000.00TAYLORASHLEY( ) ) Fay 7;JO p.nt. ISLAND?

HOMES in A honor surprise of Mrs picnic. :Ircda party Sthlimm was!I giv carnplefe '
: (
''I. who celebrated her birthday Thnvprtvent'en FOR up'to-date information -- FQR ( isjinfy{ { !
\ Mr. Waller lauer .
HOME TASTEFULLY DFCORATED Immaculately I Mrs Harry Cireif, Met Sam San. FOR the' best prices (?o nl us. -

.pus Clean jrflectjnj 1"e.*are oft tjh e1on'nen Pleasant King roomwithDlnlnj REAL ESTATE qylgni Mae Flown Mrs Fred Mr Mutterbaih. J. HnuthlMi: Mr.. ...

Room overlooking the Impeccable hwn. Adding and Mri Arthur Cckilrom Jn Ihi, BUYS
to Ib'''beauty,- a circle drive whh' yard lantern pretty :rim. JWhiteheqd'ASSOCIATE evening there was a card game In BEST NpW .
walk fending- to Outdoor Patio overlooking the water and your tension .
60; ft. Dock It'. a pleawure to khttw this alee home' lot PHONE AT T-244
ONLY $23,250 11'$ Afr-Condllktaed tool co COLORADp AVE. ., from The their Reuben vacation Dowlert of five are we back...... mY( ocean to river ((2()XX( )' deep) A1A pa\ctj $S(1( per ,foot10X' ( 1

.-- .. They viiited their Florida neigh" tletw.le, ) AIA paved 16110' de.p $21.5 (
COMPLETELY FUR"tISIlEDl'oIo"l: right In thl nice CBS- ,_ j I borv Mr, and Mr Mope: Mar () ocean to river brldps r t'r oof
with Florida Room, Screened Porch, tm in Went Conn: and Mr. alb
Two Bedroom &S
WeB landflcaped Lot 60( x 115 Tant $3000 per year and"Pdcitoly'S12,800 nt Mr, Theron Johnwn In O,hone' 1X( ocean to rher Owner will help finance. (Cl!1nice Wa Propeert'Owner villc. N., J. A I the New Yorl"
... 1 r. r.. Worlds F.ir, they saw they',.,. Flort.d /. (1X()()' ocean to riycr $145 per foot J
I hiTNf i which enjoyed
OME From tliere they! went U> For
<- 'N' pPERJIES ; Will Sacrifice f .
Wayne I Ind., and visited, with. vela
NORTH RIVERA SHORES DUPLEX; Excellent Busmenand tivt*.and friends.
1958 Two Bedroom';'' BROAD ST LUGIR NELSON {)
Homer opportunity ** Duplex 200 FT. ON Mr. Ray Applegatr U at home, M. .P. REALTORAVtOCUTM
-each .Id'rr.
Lhlnr'-'Bath- --KHchen -- Carport partlyfurnW convalescing from surgery and' V II
.ed.' too $25,000.. to. doing fine' ) MLSON: H1EN M MIM>N
\Vith ScawJlProperty Mr*. Robert Larson I iv boon ,

BEAUTIFUL Tome \Vltn ke RT Living, 76 CORNFR Room :.-Dhifag Creek Room- and Two Apartment Bedroom. has depth of 4JH ft. again tm Memoria after quilt\\Irr'tal.a'' stay al 1lar... 325. E. Ocean. !jllvd, Smart,. Fla. PJipncMrAUFR 25713.56II

UpMaOr.I:. 'Truly1 a'bice cornet for ino f anything lApart- : MULTIPLE USTINO! HFRVICE.
fcelto'ttr Commercial Total only $2U50 Will trade for I Within City Limit o? Stuart M PA DAY'SET11)NvNtT' f Ls else, .

'I' wnaOer bom*. _,__ .... .. _. ,- "" '.- _.
r' -
I 1VFADAY ___ __ .. --; .. --- -- --- ,p ; :' Jill
flit M In' Mirtm County Court '

See Us for Particulars' ; Nice; :: Rambling{ Fr.ame I hole and Cottage has AMt betn'230'''caie fan 9 are i.m on,,the Aug..,"II,". WOULD YOU BELIEVE 'HS. ..

l Trec and'$hrubs'" rid- for action by Judge fv.nCmy .
Rcautiful Layvni, } ,Jr.


RIVER FOREST' The InMitute. of Adriatic Cul. 'Clll:
NORTH Set" Your, -Broker, or Pbow" Owner' lure la YMgotlavia reportedly hadevelnpetl '<. rh) rr vAr.Ur: *
type orange '
COMMUNITIES Irmorn'and tangerines which will Iiv AEI. Olt / ,
LEADING' WATERFRONT* AT 7.'JJ7} : A'f.'i-3i tipM aeiitfactarUy despite I the Colt

TV n UY,' : I wind\ of the. Adriatic I water. .
j r- .
1. M I"1tNl .

---- .- .-' -- .. -- Wee a'syyl 'F' -

I. c. O. R rlQ: ;' lf'trial ": '" .. Qsays ,

N / 1' U .
= 'f r
J o } i- I 'ES'Dt ms"' F I
\ ; iDENTiAL' I __ r iiKru'hF

f. 'fe7'iy. M' New UaWat l'-'1'
"Swrtfc ,k
AC1FSNai F riu
3 Wdroom.Ow"e. den. I. 444 '
1. WATERFRONT 1 ,.. M OU Pt,70 tr;VrnilgW taftAUti" ?MTUta* ?
...... wglt.o.iM t da R>rr r .
P' 1" b.u iI.. I..a dlel.g UC.od buy at 4M pet Mcrt. Ctra U:Caylri. Riatwrant. .. w
.a ell,.. jsNlk.t'loessax{. 't Y a Ifs t t1r t1'epln. ..na4

A.i :- 2. f 33 ACRES:- Lont<4 H' .*.. "...,fMd rapid -. All"*.*.. .... aM itrt.rd N

Iits .If SR 74 OmJy aalrt aMMh ., and TV A Mark Uy. al $45,088.by 1Jn\1 lUll ivr FOR yoU ** engr.Frs
Sears' Lw prtcrd .! W7J ar BCT .
nil' a 'A" ,rw I ,,
fc PORT SEW AU. ea.e- b.Bt J X 'Sf ACRES PRIME LAND MSworVaMhrhM I II $ 7 4. =

!:;. 2be. fL4tnit.J Lab,.. I *V Wh p"* k'ol 84 UrW I 2. (DOffJta.4IL'JUINC N lard \ !.f ..UTiVUI.IA

.. .:.. ....... ..... .a. $a ZUoo.r Rim -4 ..*. fmai -M. ''';; CM4kf OrtM RaUrtiiH .:: Neiar CWt/mats.. I ,
f tM JW fr aria 5'....,.. ...:-.,. ie.Md i C..d Mewe.'n ON YOUR LOT IN DBA .

.. 12M ACRES On M J14.- !' '
:. l lit r rSeweN .. ..... CORAL GAROBISS
J. WATJRJRotiQME wM WM M .. r. ctoMpotemlM y CAU. *
.. Mno. -' 2 ..... fctWw Market at$1N I OR' INKORAUTIOV" 4
J Priced J. nWaa CAMP .." 4W w leer.

CofttRI. tawrCWST: tr.'ITI"'J' per am.OFfXT '.. !5 Ie Lktr. 11)-- 6 ReMI ..,.... t tfrfctr ,reel

''IL. .ar. litk kAta pIdtN. .;:;...........,.. ...a111.Mr reatMFuea.s tkmti htlf to rtemi .
... .... c.- r.4-* a.a..,'...di... "_% .aW...Uf.. >l ... Sjeesra .i tealw .M'148,8//. durkt 1M tnoOt 0f Jt year CORAL GARDENS CONST. CO.
.0&.g\-A pk/.rt1e tb Z Ia/ryta1 JIG JIll fCO
wee tans II ant add )tar; Teofaaer(1P l&DLW AND OEyEU: >:f4 1(

AVKNt" PTffl.. DORL !1 >ana > ,tp.., ,IAL. A1ti1i'd: ; .... .,.OQd/aP.... ., dalau AL C.4RDE 11' Rrfk POLVT, SEA GATE.. 1\.10. :-4 UtI ct1u
COLORADO......, _.. .,.... -f *'" 1 .P'8! .. Jell a : \ ,. lAt:211-t03S4
tiVy1 pLOUDA ssoc7w : e rcIW' It!' .:tL 1"rf'"l t dt# -, J11,1An. l1.oafP'" 1 .& ... NtMI .

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... THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS .. ..... ,. .
Thursday, ADlWtt 6, 1964 auF.daaw.n'W 111't' -;, ;-filii:;. t .iiiiiii d .,II-II"'I "r. .I'I'" 'I-I"II&r", :' ,mrk.!fJ'-! ':fo;;{;:' slaw. fK MM a JlwMielY t,..,.tar ,'




like Correspondent 597-2557 I ," ROAST RIBS .7'I I

10 know The Dunklin Memorial Baptist

Church started its revival Sunday,,
/flw Dairy Council 01 Aug. 2, and will continue until J JAu U
South Florida b proud ,. 12 III CUT FROM HEAVY BONE DELICIOUS
to present Certif tale.f The Rev Milton Durrance was LN C C
Nell' Awards to that not able to attend the first meeting WESTERN GRAINFEDSTEER 7
........ ,... Sunday but started conducting FOR 3 9 r

adlvHtM...forwWandlng ancI.xemplarylead"'Ip For services persons Monday who cannot attend BEEF. BARBECUE Ib.Wltk I

honoring boll! services at 8 pm. there will be
service at 8 a.m. .

unBy and" oanmunl7.u. A to cordial aU of any invitation religion is extended .. ...r.-: :: ::;:;:;:;:::-T-;:::: :; :. .---;.... _\o.. ... -:::. _.::..::::.--:::-::-: .:- .. _. I ;fi.


The girls' baseball team has "
challenged the Big Chief Little -
League team to a game to be play. 1 BEEF LIVER
., ed Au,. I 11. Ib.29cI
All girls who might be interest _
ed in and have

t ..,-,. j Wednesday playing be afternoon at the baseball'for some prac park experience t11fffI( ( ((!( A Special: "SUPER RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF FULL CUT CHUCK ROAST or I

tice, or sec Miss Elizabeth Anne
JAMES I Buchholz at the office of Dr. W.
GRAHAM. JR, (\\1 l W. Win. CHUCK STEAK49
WteB Boy SeeM Troof\
Number\ 171. Ai1beSeuod'waatadtad PERSONALSMiss

but' jrsar ,Jimmy's Virginia Ann Snipes returned .
'antHUUasw:**;MOOUln home after a month m Tarpon Special: "SUPER.RIGHT" EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY
1 ,.tad to.do Springs
;;much Mrs Asbebd
with tht troop toe.MM. uncle, Mr and Paul
I Jn February haTO 1t 1 Mr. and Mrs. ,Carmen Hiers '
t elected Chairman J Jef and family, Cindy, Marlyn, Carolyn GROUND BEEF g. $189J1
Green .
the JletPohlIn and Grady, from Tallahassee
charge dIn spent Friday,July 31 through Mon.
program far the I day with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mc. ,
jfaar. 'JL it diM ,at Allister The "SUPER. MEDIUM QUICK FROZEN LB. 79c
special event of the 1a1 R
Stuart Junior HJ 1I'' weekend was the marriage of Jerry 25fdJ1 1. BE FCE.
School highest,be rank BOW tai ia the UN McAllister B 'Ep'Oliiis STEW: : SHRIMP ... ..... ...._5 $389

loop Mrs. M. C. Douke of Clewis- TKU CM.M and furcfcu. .! 69 C SUPER-RIGHT-OUR FINEST
ton and Mr Emma Lee Nix of Cut and Wrapped for Your Freezer

'1 Okeechobee, apent Monday and LOOSE' OUR OWN\ U .to 30-lb. Average .... Ib.6 5 Ground ,Chuck BACON .. .... .... ........ .pkg.lb. 47c
July 27
Tuesday! and 28 with Mr. pkg.35c '
Nix is Mrs Douglas' mother and 0..d ern a.L.alas,a. Mlr sassed Country Cured,
Mrs. Douke is her aunt. HAM.......Whole or.Butt! Half ....,. Ib. 69c RIB STEAK ............. 98' PICNIC .. 3 :ion $179D

Bill Otis and Bill Lowther are ...-.-...-.-----------.---....-.
In the hospital Okeechobee. for

I Mlas Sandra Mixlon will leave tIbI
J Sunday to viiit with her sinter and 25 New Crop California.GEORCIA. or S. CAROLINA FREESTONE
KAREN GAY family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W.
CHRISTENSQNElevenyearold \ Savage In Jacksonville. They will With. Thug n PAGPPurdw .f HONEYDEW PEACHES IB. 19c
Karl come to Indian town Saturday for '
wliatoered her 'areIces the day, and Sandra will return PREPARED O l-">4ttSPAGHETn 37 C
''to the Marthi to Jacksonville with them. o*, cans ''SWUT'JUlCY 1
' County Public Llbrwi Mat Mickle Mixlon and her 0.,1., ..... M'.. MELONS
the tart day tt vac* daughter, Mona Lisa, here vis-
Bas. 5he"i been \then king with Mr. and Mrs.are Delma E. -.....-.....----.........-. PLUMS lb 29c
WQ daJ-< Kint book, Wayne Mixlon formerly of Ins : 8 iiZ QI '
Iatltlt,. Ita ronnerly, diantown. He is now stationed in CRISP CALnVCelery \ PASCAL
t she ear the right Korea. each ,9c
:. km ef the UbrsrUa; 25f dit& '
at Julian p. ratter/ Airman Glenn E. Mixlon, who 2 a talks 29c
lenumury School\, and is stationed at MacDill Air Force
will be (onyjnUMft Base In Tampa, came home Tues W1U TIM" CMPM and PunAcM .! .. riLI
when, the tutors day He was on a four-day leave PAGE PURE

daughter, Peggy, and Mrs LI PRESERVES,
Wines, and her daughter Lisa a<>.'a. Mir c-..*.
f Oayle, from Kent, ,. 1
guests. of Mr and bits.C.Jtmmie were .......".........:.._...........;t 3 for 79 c 1
Myers and daughter, Joyce. They .. ...._. -.... ._ '
arrived on Monday, July 27 and : .
left Sunday. Aug, 2. Mrs. Surrett : PLi7 .
Is ... '
Mn. Myers' antesCongratulutiona f -- -- -_ : :

to Mr and Mrs I S' STAMPS
't.' 1'1' t I laroid! Douglas on their eleventh ... Porcdaa MVRCALFacial Now Available At A & P A4P YELLOW CLING
; ; !!! anniversary which was celebrated Ann With Pap TAM C.uyN Smooth of Tissue ("lEf35: ) C Sliced Peaches 2 1'b, 43c r
LINDA Saturday, Aug. 1. or Raunchy 2 1 "ASSEMBLE-IT-YOURSELF" .... cans
LATWAITISMM Steviq Douatus returned home BUTTER ... ,. 'U-:3ge: ANN P\CE-Ou. linear, Quality' WEBSTERS DICTIONARY ANN -IOODI or KRUNHIY

.beet recommended' Latwaltls kal for after his,, a grandmother week In Okeechobee Mrs. Lillian with G.*4 tkn' U*...B. MI. ....es 1 KETCHUP. 3 Mtttlee. 4ge ,BUY A SECTION A WEEK Peanut Butter 'hh'.%,:::; 59c

.her Douglas, and! his aunt and uncle, -------------.1 I Sectkm No. 1 only29c-Section* 2-16 only 69c
acUvitiei ta
the Mr and! Mn. David Douglas -- -.-............. : WHITE HOUSE INSTANT NUTLEY BRAND
tt. Andrews* EpiscopJChun ; .-:.;::::;:::: :: :, ::;:.:;::: ;....::::" '' A TRULY ORKAT: DICTIONARY'In ...,....-....ftlh..* 1* aaa.Jaaa I.lb. ;

cant tIe" Chofr.student School A and itralfiht"A at D.:SL' diantown Mrs.Green Verne,,was a former Whitfield the weekend resident of of BowlIng guest In.- ii:1i;::: !;1.1{ fi; : :;;i f (;\!;[:filj:[ ;lllIi:;:;; SPECIAL DRY ALL MILK FLAVORS........ 20 MARVt-L may'r' $135 Wta Illaaat ra>viva aaanwaM tats baafc MqvUMa hl, H an.will.!.:s7'f tot IMAGINE*1 aarlrq.w.ana kvaa NN lna rMa WHITE OLEO BEAUTYShortening. Sf 2 pq.. 29c ;y

School Junior shed High the of ter.Mr She and came Mrs.to attend Lytclle the McAllis McAl :::.::::::.:::::.tW "::::::: :: ICE CREAM "IIIIoII.car1ua .Ahaaal*.a..,..:1.0-0.w_.......Uta Almaal DllM 1O PaundalDaliu CatriMl, ....._.........3 S. 49c
iai .
atelier of _
an mutant-). lister-Luce wedding. ::::::: ::: '::: ; Mara Ikw S 000 a Calnau ; 'M Tkaai ISO 009 Eatrtaal'
fee away OB the Ml.ldnal
David Sullivun of Pahokee vis
cttbm's '
which appear J'OIIIIODo1ibIlII" lied with Mr. and Mrs, Harold 'PARLJ Save atA& />: ARGO BRAND BLUE LAKE CUT
III h her school hoot* Douglas Monday and Tuesday JANE
oddy wed: and
Meal.as ..ewlpeptaIola >.ta, her Key Lieutenant West spent Johnny the weekend Parsons with of GREEN BEANS 4 1.1b cans 49Special
his parent. Mr and Mrs Claude BlackbenY or
1It.'t. yaq the Parsons.McAllister-Luce Mr. Panons wedding took! part Saturday in. .. ;.

4' .It lolarMIlheee 11. PeoPleaNnd 1hN Au,. I. Pineapple Pie :: A & P OUR FINEST QUALITY CREAM STYLE,!,

.h hlatdnds MkoMIMMhe Snow accumulation on the I I3ftc,1
j' heights around Ml. Olympus,
.........ego oMt With, reaches an anlonishmg total GOLDEN CORN 6
.. .-p of 200 to 230 inches a year
.....h Unusually' heavy falls' are caused '
by the deflection of moisture-lad- REG,49eEACH t.lb.cana69c'I}
en winds from the Pacific to thesuive SPECIAL A&P OUR FINEST QUALITY 'GRADE A 'I
peaks. ,'
i .

q.llc / La tor: T1H tilt.Tn r:111TY'titan.II ,IHIPt'11 t.L..ataa 11)1 tT FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 .,1

tMTAT19 0VHtVMOl'U f f3U1y.
-- .' .: IIIPKUW. .1., .
known an IHK\h.V: 1YNI'L'tt : I
t i OIPHMt: ...4 IL '
f TO 1 MruiTONl_wA ri ...........*., '" '" ...... .... S Ib. SSe S m Itly'WI'SbIIIt VALLEY GOLD r"
TO ALL. { 'Utl"Tn,HU A NO At.I, &
PH: < )N. HA\I\0 i NabiNco ThOt4Ur'*
CLAIMS Olt + ,
TsAT' pA'Nlsa .*aAINl1> "AJ" Ktf. 5' 2 VANUXAUIUtS ........ .. ...I2-o& 31c s oUWIIIe, ,.Itls a l Ya C 114 aIWoWt..M:. Frozen Drinks t

Toq. Ynd aa cl\\ 0'. P.I._+ ,an_ I",,r.hy... ""*'
moaned and rv. ar HuEatTlJ 69c f
ant rUInu or d.mand: whl.h ? Sov iqJANE PARKtR : OnI PASTE .... .... ..h'Uag o Ml.10c
: : hair airS Tn" 1 t .
h/'f.rr.r----: 0t1.l11v, Pepeedrel"
11nJN ala know'.'and. u H HAIc\'PY SECMUL.1I\1roI0"1\.:R 0111. Angel Food I I I STRIPE TOOni pun ................. p.t 53c REA LEMON:"
Iota 1 of Martin

y at.' ;,ni..Plorlda115;Ili. IV.uMy. Judr rlllnq: ..rlMutt" .Dortof of d1 IXXJIHBRUMIW Prpradcal : _--.....-....- ...ea 69c LLEM2N JUICE
iI.try lluuw a1 atuarl County. .tnrlda In the. wilMaalt Cnurl 1 ,\.: W"CM pi TIIO AD GOOD THRO SATURDAY AUG.
.1.01..... .. ,,,. 1 Sot-K41 fc /
munlh. f.o dataor
1 .Ih.. fl.., yualrrsllun 0' 1"1. nn.tie. ". CHUNK LIGHT TUNA ... .. .....CM 49C !71 s. FIB.: IIWY STUART FLORIDA ..... 25c f:
.cll. 'I\'U OR JICIoIANO
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THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, August 6, 1964 1-C
]rop-outs'Here's Help That

Conner Elected Head of South's I

: ['Viii Get You Needed Diplomas I Agricultural Commissioner Unit I

I Honda ( ommiMMoncr of Agn'ulture As president of SACA Connerwill
By BUNNY ABBOrr Those! over eighteen may' enroll
for high" school review with Doyle, Conner waa reeent provide leadership and act
With twice as much: state funds no holds barred, and! those over I ly elected president of the Southern .I I as coordinator for southern State
available as ever before, junior Association: of Convmisjion-
twMty may take General Educa. I Departments ot Agriuillure He
HOME LOANTALKS. and senior high school dropouts tion Development Tests with or will have of annual meeting at Vicksburg -
every opportunity without will be
taking review courses. the coming year setting
making up lost ground through Dropouts who have not already I Mis up a model law for State Depart.
Martin County's adult education been contacted by Horton are During the pat year Conner has menu of Agriculture within the
program this coming year advised to call: him at his office served as the associations: vice association.!
And that doesn't mean that other (AT 7-2107)) or his home (AT 7-I prcMJinl lIe l has. also been the
by don herald phases I of the adult program will 0291)) and make an appointmentfor S\C'A't secretary treasurer! andan The first U S. permanent newspaper -
suffer, either.During a pre-school registration individual cxecutvie committee: member was the Boston NewsLetter -
the past three year* conference: al hit office in of the National Association of which made its appearance in
oerown there has been an increasing: number the old MCHS building on East I State Departments of Agriculture 1704
Ja r mi of withdrawals, numerically, Ocean Boulevard some time be- The SACA, which represents
our that is. The percentage: has not tweent Au,. 20 and Au,. 28 If '!If, I (fourteen. southern states is one of BVKBVKV ANN: : LIMSLY!
? increased: materially, but a steady this is not practicable, registration c.ca:; ,,' four regional associations which
population growth has led to a may be accomplished: at adult ed- I make up the NASDA Its main SECRETARIALSERVICE
withdrawal total from ..\ it to work current: and
v J three-year ucation centers in Stuart. Port 'I : purpose on
junior and high school grades of Salerno, Kobe Sound, Indiantown, ," ...10' : future problems in agriculture: I
approximately 650. and probably Jensen Beach on the i 9f with special emphasis on inspection 287-4637
However this ,staggering total evening of Sept. I, 2 or 3, and regulatory procedures.! .
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may rapidly be reduced if one Registration for those wishing: '
takes into account: the fact that to prepare for GED tests or noncredit : GENE TILE CREDIT MAN SAYS .
about 425 students have either : general education: courses cc : j \'on cant brat the combination of an rf t
moved out of the county: or enter. will be held at the same centers filet loral Credit Bureau, pin* Its afflllatkMi -
ed the Forces, and reasonably the S and
Army may on evenings of Sept 9 with the National Association ofrdlt
be expected to have con 10, and all counts: will start immediately + t '
Your first baby tinued their education: elswhere. after thk" Bureau }

The 225 remaining have drop- GED tests will tie held four
and ped out of the county: educational times during the year: between MERCHANTS
your system for the following reasons Sept 14 and 18; Dec 14 and 18;
in numerical order: Family March 15 and 19, 1965, and June T
; first home hardship!! and the necessity of goIng 14-18, 1965 w CREDIT BUREAU I

to work; lack of Interest in For the first time in the historyof SCHOOL BUSES keep John Paul Gray, left, and Doug Funk busy Gray is working a* an electrician' .
For both, need! further education mar. ,
you expert help or getting Martin County, graduation exercises M\RTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT BUREAU
ried (almost equal); pregnancy, for those completing work helper, and Funk as an apprentiee mechanic on a RI'f'lallununer jobs( project sponsored by rROtKSMONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING STUART
For disciplinary; jail; and again almostin for high school diploma and those Martin County Board of Public Instruction, which is helping students find work,
the doctor
baby a good to ________. .
equal measure, illness being sent passing GED tests for Mate diplomas -- -- ".
tell you which formula to use next to disciplinary schools, and miscellaneous will be held on May 19,
For the home, you need First Fed : 1965
' eral Savings of Vero Beach to ad- These are the ones whom th$, Providing there Is enough interest
' adult education system plans to all courses: offered previously
vise you on financing ana on location help, and E. B. Horton, recently will be offered again t h I 11yeur I
planning, structure, and appointed full time director of the Additional courses are planned .
soundness of value adult program, hat already spent In: Literacy education ( I instruction
quite a bit of time talking to manyof in the basic skills of read ADVERTISING
them about taking courses: to ing and writing); one or two speech: &
First Federal has a thoroughly complete the credits j needed for a courses; advanced mathematics or '
experienced and well equipped locally-issued high school diploma.Horton TEMAC* Americanism vs. Com '; .
group of people to handle the Important cannot accept into the munism; citizenship: education or .
adult program anyone who has civics: ; education for the aged;
business of financing the not yet reached the age of sixteen,. law for the layman, and safety : -
construction: or purchase: of your because: generally such youngsters education: probably including driver p
home. may still return to grade or high training. -
school It U expected that more than
Those sixteen or seventeen years thirty-five instructors: will be employed
You can save money on your of age must produce a statement in the probable ten centers, "PULLINGIS
loan at First Federal because their from their last school principal and that far more students than POWER"1
hat they have legally left school:
initial costs and interest rates are the record 579 of the year 1963-
before they may be enrolled in 64 will enroll I In the program
reasonable, and because they allow the adult program. The exact details i of the courses
you to reduce your total intcrest offered at each eenter will be theuhfct
costs: by making advance paymenu | of the third and concluding ABC
article of this series.
on principal: without penalty '
when you are able. w.lltl. ,
IMVISIT t i I I111c Ocean Breeze

vten km -' .. *. flSUNM Park News
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.w c--.ee.Asa _I>._Ys ... ... W rtur r.. Y... P.......* DrlahWX Din ROXY ENFIELD.

(.eCopyrighted 19641 STUART DRUG CORP. I Ilit. I -puMeat

Laocle 4 11. Dud '..IUIl
TMa nr\'LL AI Mr, and Mrs Warren Willbcr ;
WANTA __ _._ I from St. Petersburg spent 1 last tuart tiewj1
weekend: with their cousin, Mrs
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COMFORTABLE Bernice: Canoe

MORTGAGE For Beauty Mrs Bessie Med visited Mr,
Ray Higgins near Stuart for the ,' "
If ew .... a -eoQ'" tea Wa.ll4 weekend ,skf I
.. Or
a. w Isar. '
= =:.
r.W N...ru.e.I.nI .f.. _, Relatives and friends of Ernie
Yw_..11.1. .."I...>..N....1''"- .........naI.. ..Ie. Temyer received the tad news of ;
r..a rawI'hoeet his death while visiting/ their former .
Vero Beach 562-!313 home in Michigan. They were A a,:'
getting ready to return to their : v

Ernest Van Artdal and Mrs.

FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS La married levre last from Saturday Fort Pierce in Auburn: were, When nc quote a circulation figure to you, it is the latest authorized Audit Bureau

It LOANASSOCIATION I N. Y They are expected to returnto It includes in advance subscribers
his home here some time in the I of Circulations statement. only paid copies to cop

I i near future. I ics bold on the newsstands, and over our counter. Our circulation records are audit

OF Mrs her Rummola Leonard Smith group entertained Tuesdayj ed at regular periods by a national organization which certifies to all advertisers the

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY : I afternoon at her cabana. Mrs, I I exact number of papers purchased by potential customers-not our
William Beauclerk will have themat
: 2045 14th A**. DU 62-2373 That Is You...I her cabana Saturday'afternoon I total press runs, not any extra copies used to send advertisers proof

Vero Beach: Florida The regular Tuesday afternoon I of publication not any returns which did not sell-I"'t' genuine sales e
I bridge' club met at the clubhouse "
Ire Parking on 15lh Aveao I and the prizes went to Mr and 'illis is the only paper published in Martin County authorized to

HOURS 9 to 3 dally, except We" PelicanI Mrs. Otto Chihatz. Three table
I II played The Thursday Pinochle display the emblem at the right.
j "neaday, 9 to 12. Open 517 Friday I I Club met at the clubhouse: Thursday

......a. Closed Al DaSaturday. / afternoon.Mr .
I Beauty Salon I I
and Mrs. Shaffer Williamsare '
I I I leaving for several weeks stay' '
ftber Customers Bed flak Evenings. by Appoasbnent with relatives and friends in Penn : "
'I sylvania and for short DU111 = :
possibly a
Friend. Myrtle dark Claire Senate TRIPLED'
stay l m Canada before returning :
.I 215 OSCEOLA AT 7-344 to the park for the winter. YOU GET READER INTEREST THAT'S

I 1- _. _.__ __ _. .. .1. I If Mrs. Lee Sylvester is leaving ,
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Saturday Minneapolis.to spend She will the visit winter her le' Surveys show that around three persons read each copy of The Stuart News. Because

daughter there, and! friends in Wis- this is circulation is compounded. The figure is:not exact .
f Too Much conun I a "family newspaper, our ,

I John Tognerl has returned] from 'I but it is safe to say that our "readership/ compared to our "circulation/ "more

TOPPaying for a vacation with. Mrs.hi* children Togncri remained j inMAwachiMctts. than two and close to three" for every copy sold.

' I for a few weeks longer. '
Insurance '
Mn. Guy Lewis b leaving Wednesday .. ,
I for a two week vHrt with ,
I her SMUT in Corning, N. Y. 'H

I Of 811 the crop production: in'' C. '
$gOO. lion* $10,000 HMM 'the United Stales about one : : : ,
$3,200 Contents $4004 Content) eighth depends wholly or In pens YOU GET "THE BEST IN FLORIDA"For s.;

SlOt Rear Fap $..... Rental on irrigation. ___ I I
$15.... UaMtty $25,000 LbAnlry News has been accorded the'Sweepstakes
$JOt fttalkal $500 MctflcaJ k. Seyas7RIA8C.rcizhr I four out of the past sixan, Stuart

$250 MX $250 M. Award, highest recognition of Florida Press Association's annual contests-judged by

$50 Class $50 Class Ala 1RivWflOM1' out-of'State newspaper authorities-and the other two years we came in second This,

j in competition with all weekly newspapers in Florida, from the Panhandle to the Keys.

Premiums Are Outside City Limits \ F "
,* /'lace your advertising/ where it will get re-
No Charge For Liability On ,.
d tults in the best medium available
W &i very
Boats and Motors : ,;

Pools b ; < Your home-town paper
Swimming .
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287-3262 Krueger BIdg. Stuart

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II It. tN. "tor.II B,iSO.-4 Bold Journor PORT ST. LUCIE resident vacationing .
t)O-.4 Monn* '*r The Dashes have a summer home at Melvin viI.
In.ln: OToolo Davis.
SCIENCE '>30-(.7 Chrtalr Mlnitroll ,I Plonoon Tkoatfw 10100-4 Candid: :: t amor* shown above At left is Mill Helcti Penelope Dav daughter of Bishop

RADIO SERIES 10-11.-4 jlmmr Th, ND L_)..* IUwlOtOO 4 tOO Cloud OanKorman-\ 4 BattlofloUt 7 10 I.' Movio ttkaw. of Thor tk*Wont Wrk Bollov. Mo*. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bishop DavIs, whose recreation is tennis, and at lageN.Ff.

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How I* II...... "G..n_ OlrlTonl ( .lOO-4 H_., Pp,,)., Woatkott 11 Government of too Pol
11.a (.h_ with JohD.r Cn: .l -, N... la:.: : NIchtwaMk 1 Mo, Over Fort McHenry Sept. /
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FRIDAY 7100-1 Montovanlt Star-Spangled Banner ,will McHenry MJ, amdist! "the rocket ] thirty

f Blnirapkr' ........* again gallantly stream over Fort 'I red glare the bomb bunting feet wide Each star stretched mined in the Armistcad famih! II
; ,11.30-Hlithwni 4 L.i.D..l Patrol Comortr Hoor. OiOO. -.4-7 OostlMntal ClaMroow.ilB .. in iir." twenty-six Inches from point to possession for nearly a century
M;;;. -4 Bummor Boni 'Intro.durtlon
( .. "*i.V. *.->Ill ,* Th Clmarron. Llontonank. Ottf '._ to Bpao. Boln:AiM On Sept. 13, \1964 Fort kc- point. Ten men were needed just lii t 1912. the flag by then little(

I to ,pray? *-4 II...... amoUr( ""Introduo. II HootonaonrBi3O '0-7 Cntlnool 4 Oollon of ClaMroon iho Alt .(OoWt) v MONbAY-Conttooew Henry will reenact the historic to break out and hoist the giant more than tattered fragment

..I.., |9 Bpe ......." -4 TK. ..,..d..* II Com.dy Tim 11.10tI..... battle of, 120: years earlier when a Even though assisted by her was given to the Smithsonian' The
TK(>O-). CMitlnontd Clu.room/ t J.*, Blihop .._ Knanliik) N... ItOI-Il Kponl.k N.wSlb
$.PP-4$ 1)o.PPL ...1* Ltwiono. Wolk, .i4o 4 10 N... .. ........ "I.h'.."'It Movlo young Maryland lawyer began daughter and mother Mrs. Pickersgill disintegrating relic had lost eight
THE rntmJ 'L|00-:4 M.>.K ".......h... of the B Runrhlpur"3O 00.7 Moo... "Th. Rain. of 7 Boti.kln.- A I...... .01-11 MovIe. composing and scribbling the wordsof needed more than a year to feet of stripes presumably ti

Dfnl f nfotlt.'!! 'H.rbor of Ml..,lni M.." ', -.4 Humnior Plark'*"v"rr.\ '11,N-(-'I.) .V.1 U.,,.Thl.DaIly Uar WdfdII TU"ED"AY" the future National Anthem on weave and sew the 400 yards of souvenir hunters, wind shreddmf.

I .-.P Ooaklnt Wits uoAttonoM 111"tlun.mok.10 Hollvwood Palao.. \, Now., Woathor the back of a letter during the "first-quality" English wool bunting rot, and the wear and tear a

I GREATBOOK 7 too-4 Pop.ro fiarhoM AUa. II British bombardment of the Baltimore The also have been '
: .. 10.11 tlntoDohabloaII flag
'i !! I u Mondtr MI>I f-7 Todar yean may
t ootr..:.Movlo, Th* M>n Wit: '1'__ 1'10. DotiMtrOi4l 10 Ointln.nl.l" Clamroom Momtat;: .;:' stronghold. "The large." hit often by British cannonfin
CAN TEACH \-.... -10-11\ Mak Tkal Bpw* flag being to very
4,JO-4 N..... Th* Sritom" ll.oo.-.4. I, 7, 10 II Now.I 7 II UO N.w.4 New .tit-4 8Dm....r Bmot, "lIo4oriC..mp..Uv. A replica of,the old flag will be her daughter wrote "my mother during the bombardment
\ YOU TO PRAY May., "tommancl' :too-10 Top* I In Boort 13 -rarouaol C....'' used .in the celebration. The original obtain Once it the Smithsonian ev
.i4O- tnxlot MinMkII Si.iH.Chsr.ph.v.hp" WroatUwII TiOO 10 Polpourrl wit obliged to permission
EFYECrIYELYouc3erbowio Hlokbikorrr( MoII tin-.4 Movl, Klnt of th* Kkrkor' Bio It*.-Movlo 4 .....' Kantai** .too-4 P0,1.,. Wha.k A...." which Inspired Francis Scott from the of Clagett's ports spent weeks repairing the
\ ::4. proprietor
fUhln*. Wmtk> **$. 0.7 Tod.v 7 Movl). Conquo.t Pt 1AftwooM Key hangs in the Smithsonian Institltion
1.41-t ViO..ntu..aB. ii..00Oht'.'fI1r1'. ,.rfOwolAloirloiim. f vw .l**>oi.M in Washington, D. C. Brewery, which was In oi\j\ n llIlt. banner and carefully itilchinj' II"

I ? rn'*. ...hif liiiMutt.10 Mu,). ,1011. 0..). 1'_ (I..* .* Mondar .u..pai I The b&nner that flew atop FortMcHtnry' borhood to spread it out in their to a* protective linen hacking.
N W..iw Today III.. lie*-4 a.... ot Ufo malt and I remember
how lo with ,0 -4-1 II Btorlllh TSoatro' house my
commune Cod. : :'h"'popta. the most famous oi t all
7Nm, ) Bovorti4 7 Movlo ninety-foot flagpole on Today
11 ill 10 Wraotlln from Tntp
bow t. lioum f.r Hit gold- U Movl* "N....,.."' "iSO--10 Movlotii'Tho.. .Bmlllni GkottI '-10 Kunnr. Co"' ,.., 10 Moo'), "(In* You. Way Horn." Sept. 13. 1814. wai made in Baltimore ). mother down on the floor placing '
UO-II ConmoMtlWT \ .O- "Boll 0 f Ulur," ..c>>-4 Movl Buildonlr. It't Sprint" .,_4 Movl.). Tho. y..... Oun." the stars My mother worked the Star-SpanjJcd Banner occu
J ) aa.Ifcis'iflteadwithptejudIeeJ. :: N ;: : I 0 [MbA.) Prak 7 Movl., Oraon Dolphin( Mtroot" Pt 1P.00O by Mrs. Mary Pi kers ilI.
a* loa M too.10 Dunn Cltik .. .. .* ;: nights until 12 o'clock ,to pies the central place of honor in
it ). ( Pt. 1 many
Tb. r'.r CompaafEeeolof
I, Pt. Wtk. Apcmto I Bltow M.. IIt. | "maker of ship'
0 II Nliiktwatok long-established
.. .,reccpilr. I, N... |it*.-.. CkimplomklB WroUl.f 1. B..jo. BIlly ..0-1 B..'. 11.14. a complete it in a given time." the Smithsonian'i new Museum 01
11 ,, ..... banners and flags. She had beenaiked
the troth I. oi *t tu >*M 1.111-10 Movl. ,30A. The flag
thought contained hgntUr-Brinklor. ........ 4iO_It klovK* No. I ... and AadJ' to do the work by her broth. A receipt dated Au,. 19 1813, History Technology '
Mthir.tbo.k.Sck.sHea1Ihtheysotbe3aip I* Tk II Moraine PUrk_ indicates that the seam Is bathed in special( light to prevent
I .. II :h.JtW: ., ,.P. 001. Daaat - - 10.00.n.._, .,00-4-1 Nowo. Weather. tworto. er-iit-law. General) John Strieker patn6tiC and i soft current Of
P.45-4 ...__liii, Ckn.ltiibisP SUNDAYAUG. 0-7 Mak Hoom for Daddr "*. Weatker" : of the Maryland Militia lOOn aft stress received $40 .90( front ihd fading
10 Boat of drourkaOiIO 1..M. .. ; Wild Bill "I.ltoki filtered i it free of dust,
I I.t N6I...,. P ; Kin. 1812. government The bill covered only air keeps .
tarn by Maty Baler Zd4Yo.yrc.d.tbcrrsw II "' _. -t-7 Now* ..10-11 ComiueMIt er war broke out in
II Ron Oookmn N wTiOO 10.30-4: I Lav L*., .. -t -.....n.I' Francis Scott Key surely posed the cost of the long ibered bunt
-4 Boll llm>* 0 N... Griffin (Color I New*. w..u... Boon ing since Mrs. Plckersgill contributed 5,000,000 now lilt
I Modrnff. Th..,.* -.II Comodr Tint 7 Word for Word (Color.) I. 1'1.' ... a rhetorical Question w he" he Some people
Science and Health free .* Tk. 8_''''...*.. "10-u "... ... vvoatkor ..11 Prlo I. RlphbII .,tt-. WeotfcoeSO wrote "O say can you see .7" her services. Irt Parana. Brazil. which has w
II HI.h..., Patrol) 7 too-4 Cartoonvlll 00-4 MrOoy -4 N.'. milcv-ap-
charge at any Otriotuui Set Trio-7 lnirntk I ) aknrtln ? Farm AIm.... 54 ConontrittOn I Huntler-Brlnkwy. Reportt Mn Prckers iII" banner, bigger The battle-worn flag was' presented area of 77,000 square
\ 14 II.....'. Low 7'. (.1... 10-11 Cot U.. Moooa** ISM..lrb than badminton court and reputedly to Major George Armisteaa nroximatcly the same as South Dkit. -
nee Reading Root The' '10-4 ,*.it. (t7 1S 14... II 30-4 Lu v. That) HuM Null Llf* bE Ik* Gold CoiN i Iii
flown be retired of the
when commander .. In 1890 populationonly
|- Rob Hop ,tat-4 Cayw4.4iIhS \ I J.op.'l t ,IColnrl) 1 .i40-4 K.w.-Walter Crwoaftet the largest flag ever it
bookcsbe.iede&grefe. .!! prlro It Rllkt "......n.. ,a..po" ".11 Ml..).. "''a'. : In battle "measured! forty-two by Fort McHenry in IS 15. Largely 25,000 _
or blue binding at # rfo li rtkht ot u<. wok Curtoon. _' AlteraeeoIliOO 00 TTew.ll 'ThooiM .....i..*
..10-4 Twiitikt. law 10 Cloipol tlmr -4 N.... I Yo l Bear
and will be lent pottpaid ot, .,.' ....d.* II Bunrlo) Thoatrotoo I Bar When I Movlo. Rod D."....."
\ 0'11'I.U ,,1.. fa Rlckt' -4 Oooiwl) 10-11 Father Kn.... .... II HI.h..., Patrol'
receipt el cheek* moneycvdec. l OC>> I,..4 Hlt.k.o.k I Movl) .. "I I Mob.tot" tl._. Bark for Towotowlt t.,.. 1.' Mr Novak Not the Fish But the Fishers
$ t.Juik T Bull.lnk"I Truth or Cinri4..osi (Oolotl 10.11 C.batSo0.4
.. ID.ll I )1..th.: ( W..k 10 Bintln'' Tim. hi 01.1.I ,. 10-11) Tonne.* Krai' **r*! HI)* Hhow. "8oroant Rutl.4hi'P.30a ,
l.iO_4 rurtralt N.' .. 1145-5.4 OBIt UcktI "Moment at Pear"ItIt
I II Wy.tt ., .iM._, Cirrus Bart : Mc-H.lo'. NavyOO I'
ISA-4-1.lt Maw*
Christi Science to..e-1l ki.k. tat I,.sri Clront Bnr I tOO-4 ...... of Uf ....I-T Rlrhard' Boone h-lIattb
II. o.4.i4.ii ...... ...... Iusad ..... 10 (!I..",,' ('.....* 0 I If* .1 Rllp n-ll r .: .) 8how Who Think Fish Ta ke Vacations
::o.roIa" tl CH..l' Movlo) 'P..th .r Pn i Color) ;
l/ffr :
I t.vk "..ulllv.n- Traw.I.. I tt.. Lu.t I: N.w.InM 30-4 Jult BonnrDwk
BKADmO (., Tulvkt! .IU a....' ..... T.'lao" -ll.DebM) Co.5.1.11.s I Powell Tkeatf*
it Movlo. NOOIUIM"SATURDAY I' 1'.. A........ Star and to* ,..* 4 N... ",00-4 Bummerama KPo.l.J
t z, BOOM 1.-1. N..b'.II-V..w. 1S Now. W..... rrL Top)* ,......' 0*_ ,., Boll Tekvkone. Hoar rlme and seawn stand Millwhcfl IUnken I log- shoals or grassy treat dence and above all. be sure t 1011 j
...... No. I ..lI.Tb.'. hiNt. ., HoartII Tkur*. 1-1 r.... (. ....,.) .
l ---- - Movl <. M FlarhoU., it 10.11 The Pt, 1)1 >fcu fish In Florida. No matter Be lure to lest them'IlL)) have the ,proper fi.hiigltcefluSwedish
Bi, 0.-4 r.ltk ,... Today 1.35-4 Mini II,OQ..4.54.1S ".:: "...... .... -
I DEH I't nlnlbJNO .. AU 1 HitHiwii of tiltS 0 L..1.. Make Deal' IIlie II Now*. Wwilker Bworto to locate raIn scientists; Mel Frederick
try a
fish exceed that of spring or
282 l'LAOLtk AvENUe II Oowi..lr Tim 1 Girl Talk 1).4 ........ "Three Bailor anl 0 catching the element
Mor.l. .,4..-4 ;;woi; Hoart .... .. 111.1":: I other Mid freshet where the water is cooler. Cronntedt discovered
I,4S 0 Bo IIJ' .....*- ) fishermen in any state.
Hour: Monday through Friday, id-4 lunrlM i... .y..... 10 tOO-4 Lamp. Unto Mr Put .,00-4 P........) IlisaT Toala-ko. WItS I....., Oat. Wood. fisheries chief Use several nickel in 1751 Hut it ..*
W. types of bait
lit Comnaratlv. Itram from II)* 0 Fmltk) ror Today John or (Induotri..l.
9:30 ,12JO It t '
: a.m. ,.m. .iSO-4 Vom'4y Tim 7 Btlll B..ll Vo..o 1,10.-10 W.K.w.lito Taunt. 'l''M...). ""Hlttln a Now MIV Game" and Frutt Water Fish Com lures and) check the stomach contents not produced on an

10 l-rototant Wonklp Hour .-.4 Boa.. P..) II ....11..* Tkoouw I of fish scale until 1824. __
mhftion. find
lOiSO-4 l.ook Up ... Uv. t.f 1'10. Dootar .'_10 Hp.nl.h New* your to what it -
Almost Everyone Listens To lirOT1! I 0 PIt PM. ,...* It I),. I. C.." I.--II NMihtwatok MOTH According to Woods. many frh was feeding on. Atin.ttE'SFoor:
wills ..... Wliard liSB-t.f New '. .-It M..). '
W ij 1 U 10 ISIS). Talk 10 ..... 110...*.. and Wooio'* Mow. - ermen hate a tendency to stow up Try trolling or ftahmg in deep HOW TO TREAT IT -

RADIO STATIONMUTUAL 11 tOO 11 -1'4...0.I .SmIth...., I 1,06-4 To T.ll tim Tntkt WEDNESDAY their fishing activitiy during the water if other methods fail. Apply ._. Y..L. "liquid. Pm)& KS. ....
II. Another WorldItIt
TIME It..... .rh.... al Poatkcr Rlv.r" General HMoHollil AUC.I1Mormkit summer months du' to a beliefthat Observe all boating and water .' I .h..h tcUI ,. b.I.f Iu ::
T_.' I M.* Ho. >-4 N.w. fish Hop biting fat hot weather. safety .,... ;' a t., '...h Mt tot. ...
regulations .
10 Jowiok Worohlp How protect yourself .1_.. .ff. W.th ...1._" ..5)5ft. )
I.S Id.. or NUkt
Io'f'\ Baotiot Ck.rok I.' r*. Dea't ... (Oolor (..... k. Monday o>*optl Actually it's not the fMu" but the against! sunburn and keep an B..tl..uO: 1 .2.f. 1401JR "i.'!
I I, "...> Trail fishermen that don't like hot wea. 41. ) o.thfl.i
(P. BATVHDATT.W9 10-11 Ouooa for k lar t.B.I5 CoatlMntal Claurow eye on local) weather condition. .-'!
Bit* JfrTW'*. ItI n' I 7.Ponplo'. Ar* funnr., .. 40*.._4 l..r. Btwolt B:00::4 M,'. "TW Ur.' Momoni* ther. i fOOT.,. loot POWDER low M. for Fish TVDAV
flBovil relaxed and .odor.
AND ...
iltn BTAfH : WKATHKMounkwon l MT Matrk Came 7 Movlo, Clt, with' confi- bll ut
Oi40 (.LAt'B (BSINBN OKHC1AUIOMM Mioker. Moooo ChikItIt l.3G-li 1.:1\.1.:: : : r/nWooJs taiJ the persistent fhhc CORP _

: t::: _;r:...:t .I ( .del"* ..,30lIov"Major) Adea""..1... .tVanmo.v-_' rorl. ** Af_ / the most successful fithermtn .
70 %ir.lhrI. .. .... 'a. Tl.. RCAICTOR55Living 0 Vltleeveaturo,. I.... .. '....., __i and listed a aries ofthtog HAW
.... ...1.. .. .".. f Movie ion T Fair. .00.-II P. .., 'lSaI lb CfrTPtoot MORE! FLORIDA FUN AT...
Hooorl* attrfwal :: : WITS 10-11 Major, : AdaM. TralbMMa* 1.3G-4 ...:. "1.sin T,.), to do" W help Insure t 0
P Hows S4S 5.5 1S... Mailoaal$ Mow io0 Now. successful tafe ami enjoyable fishing ,
: M.vJo: : ....* KlBIOO
14-11 Amortou Ho..ka.41 Oron Dolpkbt It
____ __-_._LJ Color" tV I.OO"-4 luponaail -10 v.., IMM trip

MONDAT Okr. PATVHOAT Brnotr 10 Woodr Woodootao' B.Ph.wii.bp Hire t\\ guide If you're. not famltotr -

"..U041'I...*. WorM .* ..... 111**> **o".. (...... 'It,..Utf 4 BoahuntI 71.. ) with the water or fish with
..!. Roiiotla) ...... Motk. ABC 14... Nowa, B..".. Woatior someone *ho, .k. acquainted with
|... w.... of ::: : ... .. "
>*wo :::. Bm 11 Bo kr and Rl frload" 10 P. "Oo. P. C.
...11 Bllo4li BuM 1'10""" ..,* .f Moot* .ow.. oookvaootk "ooj.dor B,40._11 frtahla" *. WooUor. Booit* Oil.-II C.aii .ot-Art U... local conditions. .
.' 0:M- .. Miklvc( rtnalCvwaUf ..1_7 Boa Bank.-.Advootor* Talk with local fishermen and
::::: .: .. i.... t n::: W.7S .. .... Itioo) Now. ) ) :* W..tI,.'. Bpwrto opinion of when where
_. get their ,,
...M Blork MovoHHi :U::lU World .f.... IliKk ItiW: l fiviador wroo Boowoo o wv :o ,.,. .; .iM-4.I (-. Wtk. ..... .,,--4 Wtatkor. how and what the fish are biting 199 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMICOLT
** Mow* iw Molhtwal NoworM t N... WoalkorI .
*145 Vu .Id .f..... a Monlai Coooir ,< :r.l.Orowadoa .*) WMkMiok t, :, Movie... "la. ..A.ae .. Whdy rflt.l.bk. lioort Tun in the early morning or late 0 41.10 It. ii..., H.) I. 1..)..).
.... : Pool.roII 10 t.caHookw evening boon and keep alert for
11Ii. II" :'s. Ceo A_ I Boon* Uf .* Cold Coooi AND/ l: Z's.s..a.s.
.. P5.44 IrO* MowoIrfNI Kitra Nihl *' *4 fish. FISII & t_ -
w.rld A_. sound sight ot foeding
1I111a **)odaw _oooadoiM I*-It Co.ot..4It.Hu.H '. ...w, wJa.' CTW..HO or

II_ .tI..a.NW5. :::: :::._ .._ ......, __.... -P1..R1oUR.\tANCII; Fltono- 'i'' i ...1.... BBoft .?! .. Maotler. in.sW) Try to locate sharp drop-off. AT RurrctRsCAPTACTS B r.: Ci.dt1..4.. 5. .. H..d a-
10* KowoBioft Hew.TtOO
}= ::= "i' 1I=: _'" :,. __... .,iw._t"nikwajr r...... -4 Ueotk TeJIef Dan 0 rro.--." .... .
I'S ** NowoiM 010-4 Woatkor ItMkloborr* ) .... -_ _ 5 i.ri.iNl'a1nr.4S ,... loohoorW*
= lit: ,MowoM -- .". t ......,.. PiNPP1. RCA: VIcroRoften .--4 Now* T Mevl..* Smofcty SyktR3RE 4.0fc.tr"4-

Btooft ..... i w Hd BkwriM *>* *w* 4 n.aUr-Brl :::: :: 4io. Boootaw Bow4o t NowmWeolkoo '.1.- Pa.).. ParadoT '
lion .f.*v.0...... Bkovi" I.tM Mood Sow* BkoWno 4.no ;r"B.P' 4ONE.YEAR. H Lite .. ... Coil .,..... 0._0 CBS __ T.nu" .. ,:::.-. _4.Mi-.naf_Foot
.... *oii drt" WARRANTY ..4Pt.4 Bi.-WslOor CiNSPPt.4b.Hi.ti. H. I TI". P5.0.'. )
r :
Bias How
TOJ :iM Mood* .... 4iM:; (llwr POOw .. )- ,. ..... 10-11 A4u..riri. ro.:... wat. 0. New tJtfloi t.r Ci,..

P.. Btook tUt. > ''I M Sow* .twM M,,- to MowolO Voo on all part tncludinf your color& it Mow.._ .-:B a Coohrteo .....* Hotel RMfannat : Cwoo Flaftteo riot BM oV TM*>*
100) IIIA..1 '
.. 4 .... Laa S1.-4 PTL .
SPiN > Ms.
BiB S il** 'AHorwoow".aol1* iol"o ..on Mood*w* Bkowaoorva O'tolOVAol' ..III..... _. pfcturttubelEXCLUSIVE: II... .'""" .... Mow w.It p. Dull .... C U-u..oI s.-t Vb5). BoWwo2C -

_ I.. SALES A SERVICE'FRANK'S Sill ..... dkwII IB.4 llo.eoiioo b .1.. (,_ L- .......
._ Ft..ds .e. ,. ::; Hood Bkowriorld :ll* OMdor OTOOJOd* Palaihw llnvor. IS-Il TkParo>*v*;* 1i.b1.P.054 fCMCK ) :i
f*. B= ill* How* ,.*0-4 To Tell ... Tr..k -. al&lWliooo tmf
OHO ft4loaol owo :.. :::l .... *.M. Hoootol .. Tvwrk TV 1 : Movlo.Heooo ., H...." S TOO Beta rw runwHrll

*::: No Mo wo to .. PI..... P.M: 'd.wi .'... ',: .EStf"tnui MoMo: ..... and APPLIANCESIINtIqImn 0,00.10.II...Oata Fvo* Oo LloiM. Be*. I'U OK PCWHHILL OH FliOtil. 7swo

.l4. "* .. I' ::..: "u."". 00'.. f. a.., .*o4 VaealrM PIeF....** *t-4 IMA Vaa Pro
V.. ..d (PS BibS *! Btal* vnk o* So, 10-11 Waoeo Tmlo ICoOwltoo 1'10_0 TBA
tP.rd r.d.T a... I Si:** Mow* ia- ._4 Decor Tlieou* I...,,. kayo Kkow UPHILL
rd' ....01.. ....- .i.* Wow MO.IO I ko .ini .BM.rood .. -Uvtaj. Color" TV .,-t Aadr OlkTlIlk. 0-7 Bloveaik B*.. oJJ

= ,.,. ;= iJ.; '=. .it I.IBliM nS Colorado DU AT 7.34Sf IOOO 4-1 -4 ellvweW Naked Md City MM oHor* 10 It tl Dtok$..Pow.ll,,4 posh.TVaatro.

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lltM ". I_" ... IOiM atoto Wow* 10." Brooklo. ...., li4.H..SP.r.M.1WeS. -

:::: :r::. ..... P. Now* ::' sS roe :..'Bit !.,-0 Broadway (Oee tat. HUB....4 ac.... -Moo fc. tko Raddlo* OOwKHILL
roo too BIM* '. lliCw ",,-".1"" Mow. .<...... lino-4-7 T_.... .*k JokowT
Htl Hi**) lllBt Ip Oct c._ Co....
111*. BJorloool Biitiliit 11--0 $5... "") ..... 1.45'a C N.), "I.. IS Ii.LTh1w
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+ LIVESTOCK SALES I -' -" THE STUART (TTorMe NFWS Thursiiiy, Augiwl 6. 1964 3-C
; ..,. tw.- ... .. .. .
Sixteen Florida Livestock Auction .. ..;g.. "" 'Ii .," 1 .. ,
Market reported *ro*' reots ',, 't:' .. 1 ", 1';" Governor's Report:
of SJSl,4lV2 diHM the .'\ a" .1. \)\4P \X. t L .

I part week, Meorffnc to W O. .t

WH**%. chief of nnrUta Slate \t \ "
Frttiwr1 Market Lm week ; ) .: Humanitarian Objectives Being

!sate Included f>,"6 CMtte a n dcakes f :V.t"1.
!' ; 2,301 hog and pigs; two :

1 torts, and ?four ponie' *, i l S : \ .;n" I
"" Achieved Says Chief Executive
1t '
A decade ago. 25S.OOO girls i" ,
.Hf. ) !
enroHed, as frenfinrun in the uni- c..a :
"erll ties: the rtfnrmte for 13'is '; t a 7, k Elh1 .: ,. ,u,.,..) .. fcy FARRIS BRYAN, f. sity 01 Florida known ,nn GfNE.I or mining" a roof in earls Amon I
i ,< "', \> I ... 'v I bTV the slamlunN of
443000. 1'> ; Uotemor of Vlorklu ] SYS; Education Television ( >I. or raising u III
y ,. .." ,, and Operation Alphabet" the mute renship in Florkta/ talus l no O r :,
About S7 per cent of the world'* >> In spite of all our individual can and should extend educationx! can ik it al w.1I11I the \,"luntf

telephones are in !service in the w and collective selKentereilncsk.we Opportunity h> all who will acceptit.
United Slate e6 live in an age of compassion .
For the first lime in recorded! history ANNOUNCTNCRFOPENING
.:: lite I list is! a long one:
1 on a massive scale compus- :'
I. Care for the mentally ill.
'." skin hat become an el feet is e, mi'
tional emotion, and has havil| our 2. Programs uf encouragement MIRFLAINE KENNELS
.. to of the problems fur phyweal fitness
a ;: responses many John R. Mosley, MRT.
d........... ,. of twit time. 3. Concern tor dependent chit Boarding Day Week
dren whose, h&'CallCf
The people' Florida and America parents Month
: '\ arc finding ways to use their ] :ignorance. : or niMortune. neijtectthem.

1 1I I government as effective tools hit Care for old who inI" Obedience' Training
-I.'J ,.. the expression of their. concern tor 4. people .
world where families breaking
:> are Grooming
the common 'good sacrificing
,. basic liberties.. Mental re I down> cannot meet the media, &40I S. Federal IIIKhway
need to
common ate.
"- tardation-Hind polio-and tuberculofclt Fort Mere. Phone 464Ji7S
# wJ. thirty-
Fifty year a o--even
.+ jeNtnile delinquencyand I
I wZ h was generally believed that loaN'
1 -- crippling i'Ca'Care tin - -- -
1 s atwsdt } 1 such as these could not have been
! kccepied as areas of
proper goy
f achieved and because Americans
Time was concern.when the concern 01 I voluntarily assuming the bur- Salon
f t. dent of chfccnshirt, the kennings
the people and the state for or mi
i of freedom are becoming moreI
"A 3DAYPASS foal tinted with their convictionand
I manifest, and more generally *n-
have tome

SIR?" i lo rtcognire, through intelligent!! |joyed.'We shall not win the war anj devtlttptsj eonir*'"' "" that 1 i
in btittlc. W shall! not
!poverty ont : *
Imprisonment i la not the end but
Dent pace up the Free Servicewe a the beginning, and we have k'urn- cure the disease: us which man
+ kind Is heir with remedy, Wt
offer if you need 'Inform, I ed to our delight th.tII hat serves : one BeautynO'.SSlOHA1.
do sol hut have
? may never we
the convicted also serves the pub
tkm'on Insurance. Let M ex lie begun to try. W. have set our

plain how yon can nave money EROSION Sl'OPPER-one of several sea walls under con protection\ to expensive beach front homes, along the south The when course. Wt have dared, as freemen
our concern
on oar new one-package policy struction along the Atlantic on Jupiter Island The walls are Martin County Island Coast for education.:was, ended with Its pro our .re.cheeed.lo adopt these. our goal, 'grasp, and Jtwere if

Insurance .- -- --- vinion on a limited and voluntary
coverage: '-- ---- --- -- better see

I 1111II _. .r. _tl Billie Key, Dick Anochuu. Jack ) Goodwin and their two dutightett, \basis. We have now come to re I One of the great lessons' contemporary IEAUTYCARE
cogfli>fe that the presence of thehmctlonal
teaches It thai
dishing Ellie SchmiJtke Joanne of Fort Pierce Mr and Mrs JohnSavage : : history us
; illiterate in our midstIt
IF ITS INSURANCE JUPITER NEWS 1 1McIver 'there Is no substitute for the vol
SEE TIIE and Mitri Sticper, and their four children ofI a drik upon the society as well untarv ill-termination' of, 't man or

j' I aVe Worth. Charles Savage Rob' at the (Individual."ft have come 1 a people( to !perform i task Whether ByYIRCINIA
MRS ANNA MINEAR. Correspondent Phone 746-4M3 ltR Sf9)ENTS lo reeognlie that when w. lei young
PICNIC crt Hepburn and his two daughters it I H. raising wheat in Russia. KINNR Owner
people Mop their education short
R. V. JOHNSONAGENCY The Summer I'nrlchment Program j" and ar nd'lOfl. 'i of their capacity, society\ ,totes even Operator

rector, reported on the membership at Jupiter( School doted I Mrs Jeff Bach and her son a* Colonial Spain lost when i Professional! FRANCIS RFDDISII
C of Favors drive under the Saturday with a picnic for all students 1 I
now way at its gold-laden galleon sank to the NEllIE CRISWFLL,
I' special meeting held Monday night at DuBois Park Jeff who hays" been guests of her I bottom of the tea. ( Tearing! Aid Service

TODAY OR CALL New at the chamber building. The per James Sparger was in charge' of father Robert Hepburn, Pofnpano t am mart y prtwd of the people Sty A. HVRNK,
AT 7-3366 HighwayKenneth camber belonging to the program for the day ttiiisied. Drive, for the past two months, ; of Florida for their"- action' of lust Now Featflrlng-
I the it good and headed by Coaches Ilovd Wilkes. and havt returned Ohio I November taking a stand for Certified Hearing AM *

FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING Hyotlaine, Jupiter-T'e-, for excellent, Hyotlaine Mid. Robert Shirar. 'James and swim advanced education on a major A......."" "' 1SJ't'Cllllllt' Pedicures

quest Chamber of Commerce di. The lively meeting gave the organization min,. as well as hikes to t h t Lieutenant and Mrs Anthony seal than for any other event of / lit Quality Hearlnt Relaxing Facials
beach, occupied the folks StiHlds and their children of Tort
new rest for the final young the last .veral! year.
nx months of their fiscal for the day and a picnic lunch. Va. spending their Aid, Batteries. Far Mold. and
year Lee art vacation W. Uk, it for granted. I that I .
with volunteer workers recruitingthe The day of fun marked I the with Mrs, Siudd't .parents. "''t. through the stale-wide program of i Repair of All Mtkt CIOSF.I1 SATURDAY; during
HEARING AIDS staff at the chamber office. close of a successful 'summer session Florida \'nll".1' 50) N. 7th Mwt. Fort rterttI
\ i and Mr*. Alton }Phelps! UghthouMDrive. the Institute for ( July, August and September
"The Buccaneer Trail" was for some ZOO youngsters.Their ulng.University Studlet (FICUS); (CI I Shut N. of Fir* !lllItlntl) I
Acoustkon and Zenith prevented' by Melbourne Chamberof work covered science classes the txtensivt Wf/ campus( scienceprogrant HOward l-KO.'S 304 OSCfOLA AT ,..Cl5J6r.

Commerce. At present' the new remedial reading, and arithmetic Mr a'nd Mr*. A. C. Oasteti, edllclftlol\ of the Univer: .
$. Service oa an makes of 'Instrument version of Highway AIA gives as well as sports and supervised Center Street have returned from -----

l northern visitor a seashore route rlay. a sewn wvei't sour through the
4 AARP'NRTA special program by from Fernandino to Daytona. West. They visited Mr. Basnetl'l
'1; Acoustic here is PLAN CARD' PAR IV .i Mrs. I'lhcl: 1 Rasmusien In
a movement on foot terf
) and Mr sister
Itao *
hacked by coastal chambers to The annual card committee .
) Free hearing test 'In home or offlcaBatteries party Mrs ,Ratty Itavlt and ? fr.
u bring the "Trail" on south combining for the gala Jupiter Women's Travis I M }Pulferton, alit: : Kir.: :
I Carillockar. cords molds historic interest and the at* Club fall event met with its chairman
and Mrs. Travis accompanied the ,
D..Lerfj traction. of the !sea for visitors Mr. Willlum Sauter Pcp 'r dnMstra v sCJowdl
The Jifpiler-Tequesia Chamber nock Point Road, and set the dale Ba seits on a motor'trip Into- tvada.
Hearing Aid Center ln the trip. home the Has
for Oct. Committee members
\ went on record as favoring the i i tens visited. their son and hit family
\ rebuilding of the highway and who will have charge of the party
\fJ M,. and Mrs Richard Bar
709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE 461.3166tII uldmg the new name The Hoe are Mrs. E. A. Arnold, Mrs J. sell,, in !;to Augustine
sneer Trail.Christmas. Howard Cox Mrs lyman Austin
I Mrs. Dan Harden and Mrs.ti. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rood art

.., In i. R. Mondm. Mrs. Alvin But. spending then vacation 'In Arcsdit, I.g.tt c/.t Case
July tcrficld. club president 1. was MM !h.. where they art the giitsts of
''at Was Theme of Dance present at the meeting.' Mr. Rood'i bin and
Mrs.' W K. Murphy.
JUl'iler.Te uf't. Junior citizens HIRE AND 1IIKRK:

r Jclehrated "Chrtstmt' in luly" at It has been a buy summer" !forthe 1 Job PlacementsShow I
'heir dance when
Friday night Robert Hcndershots, Dough-
santa made an off-aeason trip to
tery Street. Mrs Hcndcrshol's sis.
land out gifts to some thirtyfiveoimg IncreaseS
ter. Mrs. Ralph( Sivak. and her ,
people! attending.! four dauirntcn." of April' Heights
1 The rock and roll put out by Iftdwtrial C'cwnm1..1M
Ohio and her nl"'t'r. Miss Mildred
heir home town hand was tops, aclording >
Chairman Brown
Rays of Mlddlcficld. Ohio, were Wortey today
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME to the reception given itiy July visitors. reported close to half a million/
the crowd. "The Ricks" coming i
the florida
job ,placement by
of Rick tone Mark 1..00..1 I I Iuun Robert Hendershot' Jr., who' (s State Fmploymeni Service for theIvkelvemonin .
Air Conditioned Chapel tear l1Aaa l, Chug
Vicki and' I
Stinger Harrison a senior ai Florida Smrthern Colkt period ending June
tharon Harrison were the music this fall has just returned from JO.
linkers. I summer R.O.TX at Fart
R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS Last week the young people had Rran. N C His little training sister, Miss.. I Brown( saiJ tad tub. placements
Liceved Funeral Directors t burn dance next week it willl Patty Ann. visited her foster at lip J .t.4tJO' over

1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART Se I square dance with Ken Craig, j jormer I transparent Mr and Mr,. A, B. the previnn" twtlw monrht."These .
professional, caller donai-j Winton of Rio. .laic. week. finire. rndlcaU an tm
'n, his services to make it a full creasing hints l vel of economic:
Telephone AT 7-3414 ucces'. A Hootenanny is planned I I Mr. and Mr Thomas McMan. Ktiviry/ In rtorida,* Orow kaM.Nonfarm .
'or the following week. of Treasure Island, formerlyof ptoctmeM' M 75I.4TO
24-ttoar AmbaNuxe Service Osyge. r..1paMe& The programming committee New York where Mr. McMan. were a.one) slave the comptraWcVo2

tiaperontnt the dances and auditing : us was an advertising ewciAivt, | .41 period, farm ace mwmt
---- Mm Tina Roscclli. who sparks, were the guest of Mr and at .I74.H29 showed a yump
!the organization, consists of Mr. I Alfred Weeks at their home M"'I of 4J.I59 over the 1962) per.

end Mn. C. lack OTlrien. Dr. and Pennock Point. Mr. [,,1 tad when farm employment was r ._. 3t..,.i'hd'osps
a-a-A-A-A-H! Mrs. H. A. Nessmitb. Mr Rich now associated with the"- llofida Curtailed by a damaging) Tree/.

.rd Taylor, Mrs, Sunny "Smith Development! Comirmskm In St. I Job "placement'* Jot young people
Mrs. Ruth 11. Snyder and Jupiter I Petersburg. 'under taelty4wa! year* of athMTd 1 .

'Commissioner l.ouiae I i lohn ion. Mr. and Mrs l"eatig! Samuels a $ld.ttio. pin to W.172.

: 'mere cd parents are urged lottrt and their children, of Mootgomery. And welter ever fiwty-frvt' held Americas best sellers. '
with the committee at 7)0"rWay : Ala., spent last Week whh their own wMi. a slight. grin of 477
evening at the JT1C build- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adair River to $(J,9 JI. .

,yap 'ft- on Seahronk Road. I Cost returning to their home on Handicapped worker placed iniob

1 rrt'l The bovine citizens buildint will Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. by the Emplnyment !Service
Se available for other mantra-- tauter and their children: of In.dianapoli looped I9 :41 by 491 for a total !
r ions for parties and meetings. Misslowlli i / *, arrived at Adaln Wednesday of IOJW6 Your best buys

said. The annual, lupJ- for a visit of several days.
'er Women's Club card party will An .Icrtamfie tap Metes";' how

tie held then hi October I Mr. FMred Va. who .ha been file KMM of cwvtrod a strange "hew find IN c-
J J'I KAPPA rr.m-AI.tJM 1 I tier da.ghtce" Mr*, lowrh TJrrryand ed. Wintland. or Vinltnd. UiftVHiland Now ai Chevrolet Dealer'st
Mr. Palm
Palm Beach County Kappa SifTta Deny Point Drive I / ha lam vvrioMy local\
for several week has
Ahmml met at Pain Point returned lo j .. o4<< many different. plat" alont
: Saturday/ night for their annualtarty her home. I I. coa... Most scientist' has AIn

as the metis of Mr and Mrs. ,I I Mi** Marpret( Heller, of Cap* Tod and Rhode NamJ. 6-11='..1"t
Uwd O. Mmear. C UYft'. Wash., i It the torn of where *>ildTnnTL .rapn" grow.

v. Those attending were Mr and I I kits !Sophia Ro van-I ,aurru'n.rssesr.-
rreat-aunt the carefree
tanrh Anvrlea' unmix Or you'd prefer
Met John Ashlev Mr. and Mrs. County line JtMd. Mr*. \ f t to twwont one powrfWy
the Co1' Cor fort>> of a tohrrt McDonald, Mr and Mrs. Yenta of Tampa \Mr*. /sg.A in YeNNiiiahlC/ eastt I U So .h sd. CMOM ,
Mn.I Mali, thU' that rrp cane your
f-iirher Artmdetl. Mr. and I dMnghUr. spent UU weekend wfch I.IJ"If", yet tNtN your
Mm 1>ufIt.... Mr. and Mrs Sid her and was |offld M Saturday by I'r orvvr .t .. i buy_ many MM are at jr 04; C.ht rolrt from' monf t"4i" heat ways in the workl
W "wy C. Wood. Mr. and Mrs A. T. two other daughter and thtll l m':a "r.t' '''' ._. dr, a oln tep shopping eseiter. to go In the amber. ont utomobile

WH, Mr. a*** Mrs William Cobb.lim I husband Mr, and Mrs. C.: E .... I U.AIsD.A 1"tsnt. J. Tape your pick Jtat .hMrry.Ill .
A",," *. Dr. and Mr*. (_ ,i Baxter and Dr, and Mr*. J. R, Nierfrr 1.frhp.* the .et-rncoth ) way they r. going, toIclHnf
,. PROFESSIONALLY LAUNDERED SHIRT if Win Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hal i' of Drlray Be clk Mr*. fti. .,..,...lL WM4 tft Chevrolet-Amerlfft'a brat r.--- how oou$ they'U alt Le
SPECIALLY PRrCSD! ova, James D. ,.rtIft..I, and sow Mmrar ant her sour Rc sble, rwi| .MT4TOI Or AUro > t'weaa rlttnff QToffloUtt.. Or gon:*.
Mrs Marco L Weaver, Mr and of Paint Cky. were also visitor* at << ;AMti Mfnrctr. : *Wtelwmw I the fan.loyingCbeyy 1 al& o. Better Iff your Cherrolftdealer
Mr Tour DnwrlL Mr and Mrs Mr Roods !SaturdayMr lamWft ... before a thing like thathappmst
5 1.12WITH **ul UXcalf. Mr. MIl Mrs MaMcwdanrf. ;::t.: \Tr-.r.t::::: DHoun. f'J. U j cMlvaotO tMI
for p= of lacttonvrtte. add ,. Neil Dutton, who hat .u.'s ee .... d..4... sad I.... "ltb tMIe doaT"

Mr. awl Mrs, Them* M Howard.STLDY tweet. vacaiionmg M Maine, hat _ar.f't: : twist.V. a. r
returned to her horn on First ... ..,. ......" "w 'i4.4 ..u a Otrro/rl.wlk'rMrrU'"MYlI,,,,,,, rl1lTflle_

TLC S NEWS for PLAYSEattruimnenta the coming I, Street.Master Sergeant and Mr.., H.,. .Pa.-.f...,.nee.....i.54.sew,.M..,t.-.=., .. I"M.' to J":'" :r.&.1 I .. I M1irniJ1ial,_.,... ._ ..... ..kdrweAal1Jmr.. !. .M.fI-'fow Ii lfOut i irb

i tau raSit si4lwi'
season ar* being planned in cons old IL Savaft awl there fear Chd-. \.n.'.e..aM._ Wn.. { n 6 .awM.w .s .atst
IBITW mtrtinri tint week.TB. drew Ow youngest .f whom was '
?Od'neCLEANERS ptwMrradtaf committee for: hum M Part. where they .han r.. _V't",. NMI.a {N.y'I'ri1i. 'I'I'f
'INC: l fie r a.lal Plovers met TtamtaT mostly' hers ttatiimedv arg Itu b. 1/.rru Bill Greene Chevrolet Company
at tin bows rt Mew Lam**** >_ of M mother, Mr*. Mary atreir II ar yt wiia
H COMMERCIAL: STREET, JL(SLsf HACK 2'1-1111 Bonn Ocean Drto. law tae nmtMhr E. .* .,e. OnMr Sirmt. A m M Ail ryhe .ua..av rrM .,
III ...... irfayt for the. .1I (awsinptfxmti at Ikt tout Wo. I
KM COLORADO AWt. *.; SWAB W47M i fwv vlMrr yrodiKfinnt. Commhv .I..bane wludrd Mr and MY, pw- 1iII....,, ATItl4L'R 6UART DIAL ABatHfcJ 7.3lg3
... .. -. J I to atm.beri are Hm Boo, ward, Cbmrati Mr tad Mr lUwl hi' .... .1 tae. .. ..


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THURSDAY AUGUST 6, 1964 Specialty 'Mags'Poke "";

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Stuart, Martin County, Florida .:It 1'f Ii
Entered as second-class mail matter at pat office at Stuart, Florida Interest Fields :r.ttf ":." '

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MEMBER OF: ir :.,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION TODAY'S Stuart News carries an ,!.:' '.. ,

,..... AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS article about W. Stuart Green of North ,>. :
Hollywood, Calif, who in searching for
CORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor the old organ on which he used to be

occasional "relief player" at the Lyric ( t s
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years Theatre here in 19JO. '. 7 t it
$8.30. (Subscriber living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rates) .q : f

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50 "" I AM NOT a bit surprised at Mr. ; ,* "

Six month. $2.75, three months $1.75. Green's search for the old organ. Fur a ,
Foreign and Canadian rates on application ther, I note with satisfaction that he is

the editor of "The Bombarde," a monthly )yf

publication devoted to nothing but w

McCarran-Walter Act Is Under Attack old theatre organs '.. 4'.s' "

r a' sit tt jh
THIS BEARS out my theory that, if' '

Two Acts Pending In Congress Could somewhere in this world, in any odd
field of interest, from flute-tootling to p.

Trigger Tidal Wave of Immigration collectable rock-hounding or raising to collecting anything anything raisable, : ,

there Is an editor who knows the an-

swers putting out a publication
Immigration to the United States Is now All this boils down to making immigration ;

governed by the McCarrun-Waltcr Act of 1952, "alien to the right U.S.: not an "alien privilege" but an I THINK it Is perfectly reasonablethat

which set a total over-all quota immigrant Mr. Green should be looking for
at 154,657 a year. Despite this restriction, various It amounts to importing trouble, iii a time that old organ. In fact, I get odd impulses S {
when we are having difficulty establishing
raited' myself at times, suddenly and
exceptions immigration
peace between the racial strums long established :
to 300000 In 1967.Tii'ilrcflsd'iittCni. here intensely desiring to acquire useless r
: oddments of value only to me-which
( ls'to the
( keip nation
Our own population is expanding so rapid
become pearls of great price if I don'tknow
somewhere near its current ethnic proportions, f
ly-the estimate is 196,000,000 by the end of where to them.
by restricting individual country quotas to one- get A
1964-that we are having trouble finding jobs .
of the number of inhabitants .
sixth of I per cent
for our young people, a national "war againstpoverty' '
in the United States who4 in 1920 traced NOT VERY LONG ago I decided
is being launched and! welfare
their origins to a particular country. The national programs that I wanted a petrified fish skeleton
origins quota concept his been the law are accelerating Do you think that I could find one in
In the face of these facts, ask if
of the land since 1924. yourself any store in town? No, indeed. I combedthe
endorsed we need! 1,000.000( ) more people a year, largely canal banks, busting open ancient y Vr
Two measures, heartily by mtper-
from the undeveloped countries: for whom jobs
to find I met a University -
the McCarruo- rocks hoping one
liberals, to destroy
must be found who be r
-or must supported by of Florida and
Walter Immigration and Nationality Act of geology professor
1952 and bring in a human tidal wave, largely public taxes? asked his help. He dashed my hopes to a
If that this is time
you agree no to unleash fish
smithers "There are no petrified
so-called backward
composed of immigrants from -
a flood of immigrants on the nation, r
Florida he said.
skeletons in ,
countries in Asia and Africa where population -
write today to:
your protest "
to to Wyoming.
pressures are the greatest Representative! Michael A. Fcighan, Chair- go aw
One of these acts is the Hart Bill (S.747)) man Joint Committee on Immigration and National ''
which would bring in about 1,000,000) ()() Immigrants Policy, U.S. Congress, Washington, D.C. Then I MET Steve Schmidt, who t ,,
annually, discriminating; in favor of the James O Lastlund!, Chairman, Senate Judiciary resigned last week as director of Martin
"socially! and economically deprived countries," Subcommittee on Immigration and Nationality County musem. "Steve," I said, "I've

such as Africa, India and Free China on Formosa Washington, D.C. got a big problem. Nobody seems to +
And, of course: Representative Paul O understand It; I've got to have a petrified 'fi s ea r

Another II the Kennedy-Johnson (S.- Rogers, House Office Building, and Senators fish skeleton, one of those slabsof
1932-H. 7700)) which would: abolish the national < Spcssard L. Holland and! George Smatricrs, rock perfectly outlining the bones ofa
quota system, bus admission of Asian Senate Office Building fish that was"alive one hundred million -

immigrants not on ancestry but,on place of Tell them that you support the McCarran- years ago.
I I birth; extend non-quota status to West Indian Walter Act as a bulwark against t a flood of immigrants rxl,1t'r
islands such as TrinidadTobago! and Jamaica; who would! compete for jobs thut are STEVE DIDN'T ask why, he quibbled -
and end discrimination against entry of per already scarce, many of whom would be addedto not-but gave me the right ad Mw

sons holding political beliefs contrary to our relief rolls that are already tremendous. dress. I sent fifty cents to Mallck'i Fossils *; ,PauY.e. ..aftosltlfx
t We need jobs, not more Immigrants. up in Delaware and got back a
free enterprise system more publication listing fossils of all sorts, AROUND 20,000 ACRES in new citrus: is being planted in western nia for many years. The young citrus: tree in the photo just five

l Including a fine petrified fish skeleton Martin County, as the result of efficient water control One grove years old and laden with fruit, was photographed at the Westbury
for only $5. I wrote back and asked how of sox acres, planted this year by Minute Maid! Groves Corporation Grove on the south bank of St. Lucie Canal, a tract which is I
is the largest citrus in the world and will be Florida. under control and Such
they had in stock. "Close to grove flourishing water irrigation ,scenes are
Educational T V Is IIere-Educating Criminals) ; many 1,000," came the reply.Jlowe--wnt"tt1ake-| biggest producer of lemon, breaking a monopoly,,held by.ClIlIfoz.\; \ .. becoming quite common! .throughout tern Martin. County.

you a special rate of $4 each in lots of -----

I Television Is 'Inciting to Riot'"By 100"petrified Suddenly fish fossils.I lost If all one interest firm has in Returns Are Estimated at J20 for Each $1

that many, who needs one?

1 :.. Making Violence CommonplaceThis get,"GEE some, 'I old-fashioned WISH I knew dipper where I gourd could Water Control, Both for Drainage and Irrigation

: newspaper would be the lust to lay we will wager that the time is not far off when seeds," I remarked to my wife the other
r that genuine news of any sort should! be sup grinning, smirking looters will be shown in the evening. "I 1 would like to build a martin
: pressed, but we do feel that the nation s leading act-inevitably suggesting that it's an even' house. with gourds hanging up in the Makes Possible the Vast Citrus Expansion Here

': television stations have gone 'beyond the easier way to get a television! set than on air from a pole. But, of course, you can't
w nows" In playing up to saturation on-the-sceno easy term. find that sort of gourd seeds any more" -
= movies of riot and mayhem. That television news can be slanted bus Benefits already received by of flood damage prevention and tin.St. Lucie county line.R. The new history al*> prevent!
.* Like a child: at a movie, many uneducated been well illustrated by a number" of instances SHE HANDED me a recent copy of agriculture are running far in excess land enhancement, S. Miles! chairman, points three construction: maps showing
** and'emotionally immature people get s sense when cameramen! got to the scene of a disturbance the Florida Market Bulletin, publishedby of expenditures for the eight- It is an impressive figure, but out that the $200).(000,000 does not work completed, or under con
,of personal participation in watching tele- late and asked quieted down participants the State Department of Agriculture een-county Central and Southern not nearly the whole story No include such benefits as replenishment struction, at the end of the first
vision.' to "shake sticks or throw something' It contained three ads offering Florida Flood Control District. dollar estimates are available for of the underground well I I five year period, second five yean
Sociologists wondering! what may h a v e works, according to a fifteen year 'such real benefits as the saving fields that supply water for homes, and the present time.
Educational television has arrived, all right gourd seeds, not to mention a couple of history released! by the fCD. of from and freezing businesses
: sparked a series of violent riots and I looting crops drought and industries; preven- The book notes that in 1949 the
\ not connected: with civil: rights! might -but it is educating the ignorant and the emotionally hundred more extolling the availabilityof The new booklet summing up with FC.D'stored water, or the tion of salt water intrusion, new Corps of Engineers first mapped
sprees well to as to whether television immature in lawlessness and violence. cow dogs, peacocks, Shetland ponies, the FCD construction program to replenishment of the underground opportunities for public recreation out plans for the district; they estimated
fdo probe
have not built a spirit of violence: Responsible newspapers long ago learned Arabian stallions, and every sort of date shows that more than $200,> well fields that supply water for etc "I( these benefits couldbe that for each $1 I spent a
the up stream of violent real- to he objective, although even they "play up leeds and cuttings Imaginable. My yen (KXKX() ) ( ) In benefits have been re the homes, businesses! and industries computed. Miles notes, "the sum of $205 would be returned.
*5 simply by steady crime": far past its relative importance for gourd seeds vanished. It'* enoughto ceived since the project got under in the heavily-populated areas savings to the State of Florida This year the Corps took another
,, life far which they dish out. there way in 1949. And these benefits of the district But these facts givea would be astronomical. look and found that for every
._. Television brought an actuut murder into Television must face up to its responsibility know. they're take into consideration only those; clue to the size of those benefits: While the entire project is only dollar spent the project is already
j the parlors, the business houses and the tenor or, if it continues In its present trend of Honda winter vegetable crop, 40 per cent completed studies by returning $4.20 in benefits.
I subscribe toa
menu of millions of Americans lust fall Riots, inciting violence by making violence seem BEING its greatly-expaneled sugar indus! both the U S Corps of Engineersand The completed project is expected
HI kickings, beatings and bludgcomngs are so commonplace, even darker days are ahead number of specialty magazines, not so TO THEEDITOR try and many of its citrus groves the District show 1 that $85,* to cost $381,000000( w hi Ch
.. commonplace on the screen of the TV sets than those through which the country has much to buy something advertised LETTERS and cattle ranches are located with ()000000( in flood damage has already means that, under the present estimate -
that they are "becoming, accepted as routine and passed. therein but to be assured that It is 11the district; been prevented. In short, it will be returning: benefits -
I .there if I want It. Under natural conditions, about the booklet points out benefits already of $1.600,000,000 to the taxpayers
I : READER SCARf I OtU. seven of every ten acres in South returned by the project are .
r DO YOU KNOW what makes the S. I ('OLURAI Florida would be under water virtually running far ahead of the $174 The new book, just off the press,
shining blue-green stripes and Intense Editor Stuart News: every year and nineteen of OOOO()(> (><) !spent so far gives a history of the flood control
j : Failure to Provide Ag Courses Is red bottoms on the Neon or Cardinal Can't something be done about every twenty acres flooded periodically After only fifteen years of construction problems dating back to 1928 I'
I Tetra? Have you read "The Strange the intersection of U S. I and Without a comprehensivewater the FCD u now operating and it is liberally sprinkled with
I of Hemmlgrammua coeruleus.** Colorado Avenue? Before the four- control: plan substantial development eleven r''t1o: more pictures showing conditions prior
The Blind Spot' in Farm Picture Story found only in a tributary of the Upper of U. S. I, Colorado was in the area-one of the than ()( canals and to construction, under construction '
plainly marked for left, right and fastest-growing regions m the levees over sixty major spillways and land conditions follow
wrs Amazon? No* It's evident then that you through driving Now when you United States-would be limited and dams plus several hundred ing completion some of the
\ : Millions of dollars are produced and hundreds $1,(NX).000)\ Martin County Senior High Schoolon : did not get the June issue of Tropical: cross: U S. I, you are taking your almost entirely to the thin strip of secondary water control structures. works.
of jobs are supplied by ranching furm- Indiuntown Roud Fish Hobbyist, which also contains an life in your hands unless you are land along the coastal ridge. Salinity control structures have Copies of t the FCD booklet,
.. log, horticulture and flower growing in Martin air view in color of Wright's Fish Farm going straight and even then you the district points to the in- also been built in all FCD canals: Fifteen Yean of Progress" maybe
County. We think" thut this is a grave omission and out on State Road 76. Would you know .ren t sure whether or not the other creased use of stored water for ir leading to the ocean to preventsalt obtained free at FCD headquarters

Yet there is a blind spot as big ai a barn one that should be corrected School: authorities where to buy a live octopus, if you driver wilt turn in front of you. ngatton--not simply drainage water intrusion Three giant 901 Evernia Street. West
J that the wanted at .95 from Ocean Please! plug for street markings e in vast citrus water conservation areas in Palm Palm Beach, or writing theCentral
door in this otherwise optimistic picture Agriculture say course was dropped because! one, only Colora.blIOO1C"'y" I I. going acreage expansion in Martin County Beach Broward and Dade Counties and erbl Fkxida Flood
-* will not be taught at the brand new of student" disinterest. If students are "dis aide, Calif. Think what you're missing. to get killed, and it might be along both banks of .St. Lucie covering some 1,345 square Control District P. O. Box 1671NVc4 .
interested, then they should be educated to s met I I. M Scared Canal and along C-2) on the M arcane miles, are in operation. Palm Beach.
the fact that this field offers Martin County's THE GEM of my many specialty ,
A SOUM1 ICONOMl: I IS greatest! economic opportunities. Crowing flow. magazines (which range from organs

THE BbSl 'WmJKIY FOP ers alone produces $J.(X(0,000( annually within devoted solely to trout fishing to others chair. I looked all through and Free Enterprise Is freely about anything you won, a4 4 any tin*

: In the view of the Council of State Chambers a five-mile )perimeter of Stuart. specializing in philately) is" "Hobble, couldn't find anybody selling chair Sum of Many ThingsOhio you wish, to anyone you wish to speak to.

of Commerce, the war on poverty drive Successful farming today .Is a highly specialized the Magazine for Collectors\ publishedat caning. "You know," 1 said to my help- FREE ENTERPRISE has nothing to ib

,. would be advanced: further by sound fiscalmeasures : pursuit It .b a good and rewarding way 1006 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, mate, "It's just a shame that nobody ( Manufacturers Association) with how much money you have or dont
.. of life- -but skills and know-how that 111.
rather than by the Administrationsprogram. requires sells chair caning material any more FREE ENTERPRISE has nothing to with have, nor what your job o, or .b not
It cites figures showing that allowing are as technically involved as those In any other Workshop
.. the of profession IF I HAD to give up all the rest, I "Look on Page 57, "The Newell politics, or wealth, or business or class FREE ENTERPRISE means the right U)
for proportion
price adjustments would "Hobbles." listIngs Hinsdale, 111, she yawnedTHERE'S It .is a way' of living in which you and I.I as be
keep It contains yourself instead numberin
;: families with Cash incomes under $3OXIO! was Expecting( our young people to start learning individuals' art important. Many little things of some nameless
r reduced front 32 per cent of all families in their agricultural skills at college .Is like<< of everything from fine antique rush order.. make this of life but a horde bossed by a few despots
no need to my up way think what
to utter junk.. houseof
: 1950 to 25 cent: in 1955. 21 In sending them there to learn higher mathematics What a treasure FREE
per percent So I know somebody stocks the we would kite if we ever surrender it.* ENTERPRISE u the sum of man
lead soldiers Indian long as
r 1960, and 20 per cent in 19h2 It adds that without providing algebra courses in high toy antique banks little if
: this was accomplished! primarily through the school arrowheads and mortar pestles, stuff, the chair repair can wait FREE ENTERPRISE i is the right/ to open things but how miserable wed. be
of the economy. both "for sale and wanted" parade a gas nation or grocery store or buy a someone stole it from us.
: through the pages of that magazine. AN AD in the last edition interest l farm if you want to he your own bow _
: v- --- - me: "Wanted: picture of Teddy Roosevelt or lo change your job if you donl like the In 1789 when George Washington
TX (COMPLEX> VNI)tR.U'\\1): :
: The Stuart News will furnish photo prints THE LAST COPY 1 received offered wearing a Sioux Indian costume. man you arc working for. wa president there were 350 federal

I .. of sizes up to 8 by JO Inches, of any picture The National Small Business Association antique maps, Currier & Ivea prints, N. Peterson. 805 Willow Glen Way FREE ENTERPRISE a the right lo lock employers one for every 11,430 dozensThere
= taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 reports that despite easing of U. S. Treasuryrules oil lamps from the time of Christ, stone San Jose Calif." your Jour at night is now once federal employe for
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional on depreciation. two thirds of t the nation Mayan idols stamp collections, old FREE ENTERPRISE is the right to argue. each seventy-six Americans.
: prints ordered from the same negative at the 's small businesses are still not able to coins, music boxes and many types of IF YOU HAVE one please notify FREE ENTERPRISE n the right to save .

r same time; larger size by special quotation.. use the new lax proIWW'Y1hsi,1Wd to spur antique glassware. But I didn't want him. Tell him you read about his pressing money if you wish" or Mow M aD on a good Politics is the most promising of all
: Stuart News employee will not take photo capital' spending, stimulate. the economy and any of that I wa looking for something need in The Stuart New. And. of time if that js what. you want to Jet careers. Promises promises! promise-

*. graphs except for the news and advertising increase employment The trouble seems to special course, don't forget Mr. Greens old FREE ENTERPRISE is looking oq -Spooner (Wise) Advocate.
: eohuna of The Stuart News lie in the complexity of the Treasury's new WHAT Lyric Theatre organ. Where can It be* poI iceman a* someone to protect youtdgt; \\ .
.. depreciation guideline* and tests, along with" I WANTED Intensely was And will he want it when it's finally ** someone to help you. An thinks
.-.. "I l Y"I liJi rI the fear of possible further change* some tuff to fix the bottom of an old found* FREE ENTERPRISE a the right to apr* M can optimist taper off is on someone any vice.who



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Citrus Economic : --' TlfE STUART Florida) NEWS Thursday, Auju-4 <. 1964 5-C

Thesis Is Given : .. iI'. '\ .,.. ,..... >,,, .>it". I, 'You Have to Make It Better If }"OK 'U'ant to Stay on Top'

/;: 'It JI

National HonorsA ,< t. I New Outboard Test Center Here to

citrus economic study done

lor the Florida Citrus Commission
41 a doctoral thesis by a Umver-
bits of Florida! graduate student Constantly Improve Original I

has been accorded top honor by ., .; ..
tne American Farm Economic Association _
] Ole Evinrude's Blisters 1s '

An award for the most 1 outstanding
doctoral thesis for s 'w 1
researchin !

made agricultural to William economics Fred Chapman u to be From Oars on a Rowboat Y

Jr. as part of ceremonies marking j
the annual meeting of the Inspired a Huge Industry
association, scheduled tor Aug
16-19 at Purdue University. Dr I By FRMEST:"' LYONS
Chapman, who won his doctorateat I I
the University of Florida! last I A branch of one of America most successful enterprise the A wt
December sumbitted a dissertation outgrowth of a simple! (ilia: -is soon to be functioning in this small town
entitled. "Demand and Sub of Stuart, Florida.

ktitution Relationships for Florida j It Is a new Outboard Marine Corporation test center being established
and California Valencia
Oranges' on the shore of the Si Lucie River in North Stuart, where I tech
Produced for Fresh Market 1 he P
niclans machinists and skilled boatmen will be aided by the most
subject was suggested to Or Chapman
I \ f M,, ,,
by the commission, which con modern testing equipment to nak'i Jr
tnbuted considerable! data used engines. and boats work better.
in the thesis. They will run outboard engines the remark,
The association each year makes I from three la ninety horsepowerin "Any vessel which: goes on the
three awards for theses preparedby newly designed boats on our water is privately owned and i*
candidates for doctoral Mb I placid river, and Mill test the seaworthiness used for ,
degree b I L p..y r FL II purely pleasure! is a
of outboard In
I and
department i ,
in any engaged m ..th yacht
board-powered cruisers at St, l.u-
training agricultural economist at Ole Cvlnrudc Idea of a tub
cie and in the Gulf .
Inlet Stream"Doing
the doctoral level III'' .. .. stitute for oars, coupled with lo
;' : : something beller"iU days modern fiberglas cruisers' ,,
CHAIN PURChASES: be their objective
made 'weekend yachtsmen out
ROM FARMERS: RISE Fine as any idea may have Ken of hundreds of thousands of mid..
Winn-Dixie Stores : : : in the beginning, it must be constantly die-class Americana.Out
inc. ,
oper .
acing Kwilt-Chck in the kcllilirea, improved if it is to survive of that original Idea has

bought direct from Florida farmers I -- '.' I "' in America competitive Industrial grown OMC, a multi-million dol
more than SStXXHXX)() I t sykU.ni Far corporation. which has its home
worth of fresh fruits and vegeta : \ ; :; oldie at lUll) Penning: Road, Wau- 1.1
blew during th#> fiscal year ending ; ,4 Back some fifty-nine years ago, kegan, III, and lust year employed .
June 27, a substantial increase. over I, I r on a summer picnic in I 1905\ Olevinrud. 9,()XX()() person. and had a payroll
last year. During the past fiscal B" ,,- '. "' [ .. the son of a Nor of $M),342,INK). It has cur
year such purchases totaled $8388,33.5 ; :\ "' i': t m .....V ,'."" wegian farmer was rowing with pontion atliliaies' throughout the
compared with fo,6S1S.." ; I! his wife on a Wisconsin lake : world, Including Outboard" Ma
248 the previous fiscal year. t. ... i'I .. '" The boat wit heavy, therewas Corporation of (Canada I.t.. .
SFRtNE AM BEAUTIFUL i* this graceful bronze fountain in Stuart Memorial Park. Once a center a headwind. his shoulder and OMC Boats of Canada, Outboard
ached. Ole looked down. at his i Marine Australia Ply, ltd MR. AND MRS. RALPH UINKLDK I -.he Is France Lang-
Woman Club ,
Urban evening the of controversy, the statue a gift from Stuart -is now imply appreciated a sign
colleges in of blistered hands and thought: Then in New South Wales: Outboard ford, star of screen and televiaksnbehind" a 1964 model
United bachelor States last year conferred maturity in our community must be a better way to do thin!" Marine of Belgium. Bruges: and vinnide outboard engine Ralph father Ole Evinrude built
8,224 degrees 3152 The idea for the outboard
motor Outboard Marine I International at
graduate degrees, 1,17'1 associate was horn Zug, Swittvrland, the first' outboard 'kicker" In 1907 after he blistered hill hand
degrees, and 5,314 certificates All Fruit Dealers' rowing a boat
Applies to Agents What Henry Ford' did for 'h. Among its subsidiary corporations .

and'diplomas. highways, Ole Fvlnrude did. for areCukhman: teen.foot Evinrude and! Johnson Naples on Florida a West Coast,
the waters of the world,
Motors, Lincoln Neb boat. Solana Studios there produce still

GA STORAGE Law Protecting Grove Owners from hoard In 1907 In 1909, he, built urged his by first his wife out., which make gasoline end and ellctrk-:vehicles Gale Product. Galeshiirg' Ill, and motion rlcture photographyused
powered sports utility ,
all Us division
WAREHOUSE Hess, Ole started the Ivlnrude which make Lawn-Boy rotary by OMC in
the Ciolfsier
including ,
a .
Motor Company with Beta aiMIIInest power lawn mower, tiller and All this and more-the 'thou..
( manager and Ole handling three wheeled" golf cart t t Iht !snow blower, and many OMC and of deakrs who sell lit products .
Storage by the Is in ForceIf "Iruckster, an industrial! utility ; and service them, the supplier
Irresponsible Agents production and development vehicle, and the 'Mailklor," used marine accessories'
who furnish and oil the boat
His son, Ralph S. Evinrude of by the U S. Poet Office, Pioneer Saws Uil. Peterbor gas
DayVeek Stuart. Jensen Beach and Milwaukee ough Ontario, Can., which make builders who make craft pattern
Martin Countyagent volved in consigning tion of citrus fruit dealers chairman of Evinrikb Motors Milwaukee, direct-drive and ger-drlvtn chainsaws .d. to outboard" propulsion, and thesceeuury
Month Year you are a buying selling or : agents now the WIs, which make outboard from
for citrus fruit dealer don't board of Outboard Marine Con using two-cyel air-cooled manufacturer who produce
a citrus fruit"Although can be obtained from the office three to sixteen-foot
ninety hp. \; flares
cushion, ,
and sell teat
USED FURNITURE A try to do business without being I'l\l'.tion. which old S153O II.
a holding a of the Commissioner of Agriculture fiberglas boats In both outboardand Marine
person anchors and Aave
W : ropes-- grown
registered, or run afoul 0 APPLIANCES you may valid citrus fruit dealer license P O Box 1072. Winter I laven and item-drive models ranging up III., headquarter for design and from Ole tvlnruila simple idea:
of the law. carts lawn mowers other
A1A GOLDEN GATE Commission ia not required to register a* an McNair saidMicroorganisms. products around the world last .to 150. b p.; four-cycle multiplepurpose toting. of all OMC marina! product how ti> propel, a boat without get
A Florida Citrus agent to do business m the name Industrial engines, and Mister hands,
ting on your
--- at a profit, of $6W1,0X( () ) : *
regulation requiring
registration in which the license is issued that snowmoMlei.
Outboard Marina Research Center "Doing It belter i II the basic
dealers' ; its stockholder, like to recall
all fruit
citrus arc growingover
person would have to be register that the business was stimulated"by Johnson" Motor I I. Waukegan Milwaukee which carrle out reason for tilt new test plant at
agents became effective Saturday, ed a* an agent if representing, an- the magnificent paintings cre small ad mother orderedInttaChleego III, which make* outboards fibergla > a program of basin and applied Stuart.A .
'j5tY %, Aug I I.I I. other licensed dealer in a citrus ated by Cro-Magnon artists 20,* a ,Tribune "Throw boat\ and stern- drive *n.glnct research In broad field of thecorporation ..
? "CoMrhissIbh 'Administrative Director fruit transaction ()XX() ) years ago on the walln'of Lap ; ; in about" the Mine horwpow s Interest. Its main
,I Marvin A, McNair said. that Application forms for registra aux! Cave in I'ranee, rude"away your oar and get an Evln or* ** the Lvinrudv, with torn I I. lo Improve products! ; purpose and larg rmxlern tank Mp costs!
than SfI.OtiOtIlJto( ) < build
I the regulation simply spell.out the j difference. more
explore the technical feambiUty of
oday full In color in the
specific requirements embodiedin page and Its operation cost average out
OMC floats Waiikegan III. new product I',
nation leading ,
Legislature a law enacted requiring by the that 1963 licensed State! 1'plcmcnfed: by ucaler magazine ads. in hometown Mlp- manufacturing sixteen and..seven_ In addition. to a test center-at to about S),(000- )- per day- -
-- -- -- ----
citrus I fruit dealer register a* !paper. like The Stuart New.,
keep the sales momentum rolling.tale's .
Y agent I t. all persons! authorized
| original "kicker wa the
as representative' i in negotiatingthe
consignment, purchase! or sale prototype of I b e outboard pro.
of Citrus fruit. pelted lithing boat on thousand -l
out with tha I of American river and lake and
your It is aimed at stopping,
the d, luau family cruisers that
loved one? bilking of grove owners by financially
r have expanded America recreation :
I or ethically irresponsible persons \ ,
as representatives! of picture
1 S'ay. But U became even more than

it''I* i valid"The concerns.regulation details the requirements that ''-' '

K ; Q" person to be to registered be met in as order a citrus fora ; I Outboard Us outboard Mann all Corporationsells over I lit !

world today, They push dugout
fruit dealer agent. McNair explained I .
be up the Amaum Cakinio: threw
I E.OCCAN BLVR. STUART. I "Such registration fruit dealer must who away their paddle and use outboard rI I
FLA.I done by the citrus
t ) AT.7-2300 to hunt seal and polar
I authorize an agent to represent: bear. They push the craft of pearl t
transaction in- trq
____ him in any way in t A f Reel hunter of along Australia the, Great Burner. ;; Sou!

Enjoy the Summer Season Ralph Lvinrude: who Joined his
lvi4 father in 1927 in the tlio Outboard
,With t. New "Do" from Motor Company, say that ,
As1atq constant" research, which: U directed ---- .-......
i fi) PARK PLAZA from the Outboard Marine Cor
I puration Research: Center in Milwaukee
BEAUTY SALON i la regarded a* one of the EVINRUDES.
I most. 'important function of to
AT T-2W liens.Today. .
317 W. OCEAN BLVD. day'l huge
IIARDHICK I outboard! la powerful .
OWNER. GEORGIA rcliahU and efficient, but that*
BARBARA HUNTER CONSERVATION IS LVIRVBODVS BUMMAS. Floyd not enough 'in a freely) compel!
OPERATORS VELMA lone, technician of the Soil Conservation Service for Broward live, economic system Unless you OMC CONSTANTLY MAKES THEM 1
-,' RECEPTIONIST BETTY HARDW1CE Martin and Palm Beach Count, hold a placard snowing how May on your toes, tomcbody apt
agricultural land /a i being l taken by urban communities and high to come: up with a bent way to

way Several similar placard depicting various conservation propel remark a bust about A*the Ralph Evinrude I BETTER WE CONSTANTLY SELL AND

AUGUST 1964Our need are on dnpUy al the soil conservation office in the oU corporetion'swaleapresd
rewa/th activities.
Post Office Arcade: in Stuart. You have 10 make It better IfEvinrud SERVICE THEM BETTER

new "Review" amenea die potential you want to stay on lop," I I

--=.-: of three companies that are among and his I
::=:: the leaders in their respective ficldi. ONLY sass Langford star maintain noted film a .and pranc"l Now Everyone Can Afford Yacht

DRAPER CORP. i> Sate in the) Jensen "' 1ICb- -
; I FIVE Pant area, retort
Hi JONES & LAUGHLJN I Langford Terrace: and ...
YEARS trance Laitfford* Outrigger ReUuranl *-I WITH TUB BVINRUDB lI' 'lI Arrange Financing

._ RCA I a showplace PuJynesUn
!rill it restaurant The estate, originally., )II ill
AGO I a winter horn, has become more AND FAUUGIwXS or
:: Simply mail the Coupon for your copy. I and more a year around residence

I for them
at --- .-. I Moused In a garage MoraroomI OTHER: BOAT OF LOWMONTHLY
------- I the etteM "her are model of
Pkata taA roc your A.a>* u* in* early CIN
flto and Johnson motors and on YOUR CHOICE TERMSSee : (
NM i his ,ache. "duAticbcr," now alIS
I WorW fair In New York, are
us._ _C$1 4- the lathe nvxkta dwpUyoii on the
__.___..---------&.... OF I lop deck. Icfrtnc
I sent the evolution of the Date w"d

HIRSCH & CO. motor from a crude llan6 ...... .. -- ell device to she powerful, troubto
............r.. Usd l..a..,.fII04. =- many present day prescriptions could tree mechanisms of today,

s.c-I StrftCo Flirt PIerft be because Ob* ware norgruinsertyacht
I" Ses not written uses were not :
OF SWART C ALL TOIJ.fltEEl jet has been described M "a lw.lv*>
,:, "iJ' B1JIDEYI3: .UU TlC ,...1.. established. H\ery day, medicine \im roan aqua-caMl" While showing STUART TACKLE & MARINE
ttA disease and pharmacist vtwlur through M aireoodrttocved
anew over lour
: ,
stateroom with) waU la wall

OFFICE 25 *..* sera** New Y-f *, N.T.. assists in this victory. carpvtinc. duuag room equip
"OMAN" ped with tureotcopio found and u.s. 1 AT FRAZIER CREEK STUART
'r '\ walk that convert so die shoving

k r; .' Linen to Aahjr rnartet ors 1 and averagea STUART DRUG CORP. pf rub Cinerama 1* fond of movie taylng Ralph: E.w*

'. ."130-Ssatieo WIR )roil 011 JOUt di.lsr &bQ You too. cur afford a *eM.H : .-

weds ...W ....,.. W oMi YOUR BCXALL ([ORE AT 71122 dun not" mess a craft MNg
.r.lti. and lusuriMM. M Hi-foot
s..er -rwe
"ChaotkkW," bu Ut uri tm .to 2872166'I I t

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ictfee STUART (on*.) NEWS 'Thursday AuBt 6, 196.I .- --

I: Two $/, 000 Scholarships Go [ :Home Building Section J 1/1WARRANTY/ -DEEDS FILED

To Florida Farm Boy GirlTwo tsae: Tk. tntftwwMB* ttetinb t 16 18 and" 20, block HO), Gotten
MRrtlsltn rlvMi to totow a.are" asp.inMM aril frottlames ae (jute Subdiviosn! $),000.

$1,000 college scholarship* $2000 has been awarded to dt s a NMN Dorothy R Burnsnfc Mid Cecilia
have RECENT BUILDING PERMITS E. DeVor to Martin County
been awarded in the \\9m
school Renters
serving high "
Winn.Dixie Arm Bureau awarA I Road hahl-of-way 'in Vact 71,
program Mi.. 'eats is the daughter <''If (July 24JI) ,', era Gomez. $100Bessemer .
Mr. and k\ atrh.n mw, TPropertiet fnco
and Mrs Clayton C Bass
,; E. H, Finlayjon, Florida FarmBffreim (," l/ocatlon Contractor Deecrlttioi '''" '_ ).wnmt ..: Robert A. Gilmour. The south 450
ftftrwon ft VMkkMte of' Su wan nee High. t 'nl'r. 1/: __ ..,"a re 91aauttslati /
Mia rnatruarat. than act! feet of [he north 630 Teet of .
agree Thsays tle a. government
fte <9&4 wlftMrs 9honl!! In Live Oak She 'plain' t to t.f a tt'MsaS' bat
Stuart lots 4 and 5. section
Sass, iJlve Oak. I SMft City of eelnpflon.ra aew.tiae.a 20.
and Larry Florida
Miner State Umvtrsty i iW in '
t h 0 II aara hiwltlch ttmftsMp; 37 S.. range 42 E. $405
The hrll .nd work toward a degree WiPloft1! Gill'Jf't 1109 Bah. Avenue' 'None DcmoliHon. ,. hay. Lr.h.less. iota a appal'tits tat t. Joseph W Penrod to Weldon
y, animal tehotanftiips ar* tn If.tiuca ion. Sturrte'Fry, l1ei"PIyi1ouffi! "tnc: I 1,2It I SOUi Pederal >ighway Oty SilO Scnotue: Sign S 35,00' apraspNl 'ffita' s. '0. Artisan! 'lots 29, 31. 33 and 35,
f+tesente' I 10 ouNtandmfi son' .and i j' r..pOft.rM1tt7 tot' tll. olOdlnat-
Rtrnners-wp *fn the girts divfcion block 4ft tioldcn Gate *II'.200.
John H. Van H.f.day. Park None .
4aU hers of farm ftmnfe*m WorkSa are Misses Allida Tucker!. Hun Hoe Trailer Awning ,,'.. n"I I40Stuart.Colnrnck e4J1IattOn. W. H Wagner' Ctinrpany! Lena
nell), and Patricia Crice. Bowling O1rrontfl"n, 1" ChlOrado Avenue ApostoietrOu1o. Abdition 35,1100itlartin S. Rcgno to William S. McClcmlrtn Huff Lot 14, West-
Scholarship are award b y Farm: Bureau with the farxJs, on-, Sims, a gradoate 'of Taverns County lest Fruit Farms, $7,400 Hattman-LeigTiton+ Ine't to J. W,
;fributed by the Winn-D>!xte Stints Lots 7. 9. and I II I, block 7.
High School 4s the son of Mr ant Minnie A. Russell! to Stephen Berry
Sam .
Rhodes )r Legion Heights Sam Rhodes Construction Two mldcnees (each 8.000
Foundation Since '1949 over I Mrs. C T, Sims, Tavires. He will ) Ben Leslie Property In lot 99, Golden Gate Park $900.
Kenneth Wilson North River Shores Thomas
> B.
enter the University of Florida Sylvester Residence 15,500 Gomez Grant $900.
PAINTS HARDWARE in the fall planning a career In George Bae Sandy Depth None Residence..5,500H. E Ernest Picrlconl to Gerald Building Permits
Atlantic 70363Fhimblm medicine. L. Snavely Port Sewall bob Allison Pools Swimming )tool 7,300Ilubrrt < T. ().ramnen. Lot 6, Mock 6,
I I Second and third place winners t.. Moon St Lucie Inlet Farms None Residence '9144i l First Addition to Indiantown Park
I e."t' PIN In the. boys' division are Joe STiiv $12.300 Total $99,209Ten

t .......11.. era, Moore Haven, and Pete Smith, Kremscr Land Corporation to

_1 I Wewahitchka. i Henry G. BraunsvaM Lot 30, (wilding permits, Including
Pips Cut Formal presentation of the, A Home: That's Conveniently CompactThe block 21, section S, Hibiscus Park five for new residence, totaled
T. SkMck $1.400)(
awards will he made to the two $99209 'in Martin County I last
Eleetrie SimoIlM winners during the annual Firm M E. Sumner to Frank J. week
)-- ......... Pw III..,,, A DMIWBkftl. : Bureau Convention at Orlando in Mach. Property in government lot Four city i Yrmiti accountedfor
Pant C.bl.. and Othnv November J, !section 33 township 37 S., $35165 of this amount, and
INDIAN RIVER SALES first group of figures range 41 E. $2600 fix county: I'C'nnillor the other
*II n. Dr/. 0.. M" i.rtfc. 'in the house number represents Seagate Construction Corporation $64044.
JENSEN BEACH Fish Catches Are the squire feet of liva- to Lighthouse' Point Inc tot

able area In the house (The 9, lighthouse Point $4900()( The Publick Occurrences, ptob-
other group Is an office number Marie Johnson to Albert Var in
Honored the lisped Boston on Sept 25, 1690,
by .) According to Jan Rein- N ner and Olemon Johnson' as tenants was the first the
II newspaper in
GEORGENELSON bcr) Consult a local contractor In common 'with the right ''Of f
United States and immediately
/ Sailfish ClubStuart for an estimate of survivorship Lot 13, block 17, was
building coots. rt11l I Ji l ; Booker Park $100 ment suppressed by the.govern

Suilfish Club has issued II! l .Ai(1: A Indiantown Company Inc.0\
I I. 'f? If
citations and release! button t )s r Martinique Construction, I In e.
Painting through the Stuart Chamber of By JAN RIINLR: : Property In lots t and 2, block Heathcote
Commerce office to Marvin Nellie Home No. 1000-116 i .t 28. Plat A of Indiantown. $1,000. Nurseries
Interior of Memphis, Tenn., for catch. o. Martinique Construction Inc lo
Exterior leg and releasing three sailfish,- During the past few yean the I Edgar; A DuMais. Property In tots
would in wood has 6-loot.wide doorto
Dial AT 7-0949 seven feet, three inches, seven feet,' frontage' of Florida homesites has be panelled or the a screened sliding glass 4-foot MORON | and 2, block 28, Plat' A of In Architect Designed landscaping.
Licensed A ,ured four inches, and scvent feet, ten been shrinking could contain: bookshelves porch, two r ata4lll4Ne diantown 510, 00. Oriental Design A Sptdrtty.
closets and small window
C side
( ) a
: Inches, while fishing! aboard the The 7'/4' by 8-foot kitchen has a Vera S. McCormick to RobertR Complete Line vf Ommental
: Front 100 feet they have dc for cross: ventilation. This window
'' 1)1N11hI1 English. Property hi tract 12,
"Spray IP with f Captain Ray U-shaped work counter 'with the Is Plant. Material. "Tfce Indian
I created to seventy-five fifty or even optional Palm Farms $400.
Young sink (S) under the Jalousie Window City River Area'g Oldest Landscape
'Jess, The reasons' for the narrowing The 5 by 8 foot bathroom wedged W. J. Rothrock Jr to K M.
Top In Design Citations were Issued! for ''sail- of lots are the high costs of facing the street, the refrigerator between the two bedrooms is k.triosEOR00M Wright. Property in Norwry, Our 38th Yew. Tan
fish r; and other varieties of fifth to: land utilities, and street pavement. (RF) to the right and the rangeR accessible from the hall and sound- cie kit '4, township 39 S..government range .41E Right off US. 1 kt Llndsley
,Richard Meyer, Stuart, six-foot, A narrow lot, Though list expen- ( ) to the left. Next to the range insulated by bedroom closets, the 1 ., and government lots 1 and 2, Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
ill-inch tailfhh, Robert Hearne, live. has many drawbacks, include It t storage closet! Wan cabinets linen closets and a coal: closet. The section 33 township 38 S, range IIOwa l 1.5332METAL.: .
KINGSIGNS St. Augustine, sixteen-pound, eights shown! dotted The dining table IF
lag noise from the neighbors' TV, are front door twith a sidelight) is accessible 41 E. $50,000.Frank i I
ounce bonito, Peg Nugent, College (shown dotted) I Is nandy to the t i
radio, telephone and 'just t plain / by a sidewalk at the left- a > A Wacha to Jon Edward
Park, Md., seventeen-ixnind bon- conversation well kitchen and has a window beside hand side of the ( piCture La
as as lights from carport see I Chicky. Lot 4, block ,B. Skyline
Ito, while fishing aboard I tht next door windows and porches it. (Incidentally If the next house ). Park Subdivision. $15,300 We An Worker to Metal
"Maryhob III, with Captain Bob Is too close! this window could .
'Scrtmsher!. Home No 1000.116 has been have frosted or be omitted I Home No 1000-116 is of masonry Roger M Skillman to Albert IF WE DON'T HAVE ITWE
lemgned to eliminate the glass construction and is topped bya Hugh' King Property in lot 22,
noi!* CAN:: MAKE IT
J Marvin NcIH l was cited for a and light troubles which may go altogether) shed roof which has .its lowest eA8 Wised'' olot of Rocky Point High
I :{ NEON SPECIALISTS I twelve-pound arctic bonito and aeventeenpound 'with a 45.foot lot At the rear of Adjacent to the kitchen is the end toward the street The ex lands. 1900 "' 1PROIUi 1/
I dolphin, while his l000-qoare-foot slab-on-gradtf 4Vi by 7'4 foot utility room with terior of the house is stucco; interior IDROOM J. Albert Riley to Richard E.
Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399 fishing aboard the "Spray II." masonry' home facing the garden, a ,jalousie door giving It light and walls (including all stud partitions hiss' t RON Maples' lot 26, Sea Gate Harbor .
Harvey Hilt/ Stratford, Conn, II the living room with a 'lO'/l' by air. The washing machine (W) and ) are plastered. $14900 1Si
." I caught a seven-foot sailfish, while I OV4 foot screened porch, accesi the water heater (dotted circle) Heating is to be electric by Central Rank and Trust t Company
iii i lulling aboard the Howdee with lible i through t 6-foot-wide sliding are close to the kitchen sink for means of cables embedded the "ONF.vin AIDING of Miami trustee, to Vul- STUART PLUMBING\
CompleHAotomotlve. I Captain! Bill Burdge alals; door This 15''* by 20V foot economy of Installation and conservation plaster of all ceilings It would\ bea 'STATE CITRUS GROtVEHS can Materials! Company, Burning ac METAL WORKs
LeRoy J' Ricbock. Waukegan, wing room fiat a sloping ceiling of hot water quiet, clean and efficient way ham Ala. l-ots 16 18 and 20. a.a ATL.tM' .
eN 41"
tII, landed a nx-fort, three-inch which Is highest (914( feet) along The 14 by 12:foot front bedroom of providing heat for this con-: The fact, (that honeybees have Hock' 188. and tots 2, 10, 12 14, a.t
sailfish, while fishing! aboard the the garden side On that wall there has two 4Vi-foot wide three-sec. veniently compact home. one-track mind which makes them II -
Repair J Ciaimct il," with Captain A. A are two 4V4.foot-wlde. three-eetr tional aluminum awning windows, Plans were drawn by architect gather nectar from only one type '
i Whitkar lonnl awning windows with a two 4-foot clowts (C) with bifold JnijRemer' ,..who is the author of of flower at, a tiO'I' is of extreme
II I Loretta Barfield of Pahokee, trough of Indirect light above them doors and one 2-foot linen closet Florida. Homes' magazine (The I value in the pollination of agricultural
might a twenty.four and one-half A corner fireplace could be added (L). A small Jalousie window on magazine Is available at Val's Book crops and fruit
Chason's Garage round snook and Mary Barfield, I" the upper left corner with a the carport side wall affords cross- Shop or by mailing $1 I to 1000- This is valuable to the citrus:
III 'uhokee, a thirteen-pound and i barbecue> pit on the porch behind ventilation Fifty-second! Street North, St. Petersburg JI'tIM'I'yt f A iMiiun, *"picntturist -
Dial AT 7.2311 seventeen and one-half pound it The will Along the bedroom The I04! by IJ'i' rear bedroom 10. Fla.) ,, Florida Agricultural Experiment :
Station, ualnesville ,
j CMVICE FOR SAFETY Iii nook, while Ruben Biirficld, aloof
4U-4I* Swtli r4.nl HI."... .. I FURNITURE RENTALS
Pahokee, landed a --- l .
twenty-one- f-s. tgV' 7 "rr&t' "''lIIf"'r" M"J'l.J., T
Printing from teals or sumps
snookw .
pound "
< ;:t;.. .. \t. va M'KMS. +Miwa/, 'W-oJ.... : ", '"'y"1 4y" was practiced In China is earlyas
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:, I a.f: C j '4:fi I' ,'" ," the Christian era, but printing was .
1 s I ". ,' I not 1438"Introduced to the West until AT 7-OM4 tVe Clvi Gold Bonl StrtnM

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I 327OSCEOLA: AT 7-0744 ...'ORJIYUCCA., called by early Spaniard the "Candles of the Lord." blooming now onSewaHs
r Point ,U one of bur most attractive! native plant. lOs
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; PICTURE THIS THREE BEDROOM HOME ON YOUR L01- I Stales Women as domestic working j help in the have United declined

\ In number from about! 2XW ,-
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ba (000 In 1950.
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3 Large Bedrooms Central I Teat and -''QCertainfyJOt Nix t-\\'t' sHeuM> fJSVW be rtohgea Into bbt. jreas' )}

t '* 2 Baths I Air Tills i Reasonably Priced Home .can P O7dishwatef. Nos. 2 fo 10? 'Throw 'em avwy. Then A. Drop food
Conditioning >sJiX! waste Into an electric waste disposer.. & Put flirty dishes pots

Brick All-around I ]Beauty; with Quality be Constructed on Your Lot A ny and pans into an automatic electric dishwasher. & Go spend some time

2113 Square Feet ) where in Martin CountypricM tot' four tmr,. a Reddy Kilowatt will scrub, wash sanitize and dry your
and Economy ARE JUST A **M Of THE: OUTSTANDING fT-ATURKS: ether cfcs6Jett ajishwashing loots". And with the new low electric rates.

C:1: :. ovEn, RANGE &: imiroASIIKR k CDMTOTELY Sl'LAnn o SnaiRIClt (N.nnJ. lire KFTCirtN: .. CABINETS J Mtt dp it at little or no extra cost. See your electric appliance dealer or

i I -f1 rWaIt" pricM quoted .la this d'frtlNtmMi( call for the MM. of tMfenl RH Brick At a slightly.. i< added ctM, kuKtowr ...., m Ar If you have mechtnlol( tuffi.tufty pldrfibirti contractor today.tINJWt.
chitectural Beset;, Cat. Brick or Stoaw.t Roof lite may be svb. U .tfa to Roof Shingles o. tile MMM .b...k. or a flat tin on in expressway -

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BOMNK: rl_\{'mlTis i expressed, I by there Guernsey cows that are only a small purl of the milk herd at Turnpiku Dun I

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at, s aJ i Go to Meeting

'54 I At Lake Placid ;,

w 1 t 1 1r i I An exhibit of baked gixxd made

/' r.Fr7IcSYHt..ai with hones will he a fcuiun of tho
"" eighth annual Beekeepers Institute
"" tiF: theld( Aug. 20". it Camp:
;; ,; I (overleaf( near lake Placul
,. :::ft. .. t... Several beekeepers fiorn "TWiir
|Itin (ouniy are expelled t I to attend!
WIIILR BEING MILKED, the Guernsey cows at Turnpike Dairy cent protein. It i II fed along with a "roughage nuxttire that in- and enter exhibit In one or more
eat on a ration of concentrated feeds' which provide 20 per elude citrus pulp and beet pulp of the five classes for exhibitors.
: John D Ifoynw, apiculturist of

Turnpike Dairy Guernseys Giving Average s s, Service the floriila will Agricultural.be In charge Extension of the
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1+vi Aug program 20Flordia. which begins" at 8 pm
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Of/O,000Pounc/s/ of Milk Per Cow Yearly/ iZ.I slate being In kd the by rank production California third among of and honey Mmncsola the.,

Florida annual prOOuc-
it at milking time along with the St. Ix>uis milkshed is twenty cows, Americans can be grateful that lion of honey and beeswax; worth
Qualify Milk concentrates. while in Florida the average commercial the days of the hand"milking of S3stn,000.(
The Guernsey breed Is noted for dairy herd numbers 230 not too-clean in duly' Orange blossom I la probably best
Gets PremiumFor the richness of its milk This is head of cows is ; but of drat today as would.t.tI'f known to the llorlda' visitor However .
determined by the butterfat content Florida can boast of having the travel by ox cart on the Sunshine a number of other varlctict
which in the of the Turnpike world are quite important These Jnclmle .
case largest Independently owned Parkway Turnpike :
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ProducersBy ( cows averaged 45 per cent dairy farm It is the Me Arthur : honey made from hloMoma
the herd produces an average of Jersey Farm of Miami whichhas Medical experts have stated of the saw palmetto eabbafe
CHARLIE STOOKEY about 10000 pound of milk per farms and processing plants that up to I11' per cent of all the I pulm. lupeht and gnllherry
year per cow which is well above in N. Dads, Okeccnobce people of .the world have conditions j. The gillberry is a specie of
The farm boy of a generation the national average for the breed. and Palm Beach Counties. which cause crosseyes.1IIU : ,, 44 Scr holly and honey mad from Its
ago who bemoaned having to arise I )r- blossoms, I Is said h> .be one 'off'IlrJIt"
Incidentally, this milk I
at 5 a.m. and milk several cows, Guernsey YF I finest
can be thankful he n not part of sells at a premium of 2 cents a -- -
the of modern quart on the local market. 4 1o./ t I
milking crew a dairy
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farm, where the operation begins The original Guernsey dairy farmon t a Art t ra'1rS 1 r II M I IH IIV ( OUMVSON.HI
at midnight the site of what is now Turn- I ) OP
Such a place is The Turnpike pike Dairy was established in 1953 II BOOT nun.n anti
Dairy Farm, two miles wen of by William J. Malheson under ,* 1 Al
Palm City where an average of the name, Coastal l Dairies, Inc It I KliCOIU: Shop is..,
400 purebred Guernsey cows are produced Gulden Guernsey milk t4+ fa '
milked twice daily. for distribution' by Houtwell of l MlMIUkS:: of tho herd at Turnpike Dairy are fed according to their: milk r"'uctk1lII"' : ,.. we set VALENTINE'SBOOK

continues Milking for begins four at hours.midnight The next and it Palm merited Beach with County Boutwcll In and 1955 be.eam James I I..fll Jr, weighing up a ration, the churt show each cow'a production record, and the amount ,\M' I RHORt) SHOP

QJUtIr1Ut! .pppgggd. .... Boell.Mathm n. Inc. of the concentrate to which the' I la entitled at each feeding. JM EASt (){FAN, BLVD
lies until 4 p.m. .- M the present operators; took saver !!..; ,.. n.e.11", lliy HtdmrstUy
These 400 yield I 1,600 in 1962/) with the -
cows some ,February purchase -- --" --
gallons: of milk a day which is of the cattle and leaning of I ., % R'T fns AptN, NRV Mr>rr ,,Ir, w ,
trucked to t the Alfar.Boutwell the land and facilities by Turnpike I -
Dairy plant at Lake Worth for Dairy Inc. t rr 1
processing. From there it is distributed James I-ejg, president (11th e
north to Stuart, south to corporation is resident manager !
Fort Lauderdale and west to Belle He lives in Palm City Other officers I A > I
Glade. are T. C. Herman, vice president r
The milk is transported to Lake I and Max ( uttmltn. were I
Worth in a stainless steel tank I tary-treasurer both of Dade County If-1 31 ) ) STARTING BACK II
truck with a capacity of 3200gallons. I .
Delivery from the farm Lepg is a native of Alabama :
is made four times a \\eek-on.'where h6 I was raised; on a farm y S ,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and He has "been active as a dairyman .
Saturday since 1934. I Nt
Between (trips the milk is stored The term "fabulous can be applied 114 w ? a-t TO SCHOOL
in a refrigerated tank holding 3,- to Florida's dairy Industry 9 4 I
300 gallons at a temperature a few as well as to its citrus groves Ita }
degrees above freezing The tank beaches and us climate Fewer / .
truck 14 built like a thermos bottle than I.000 dairies supply the fluid JURNPIKE DAIRY 1NCe
which: keeps the milk cold en milk to the states population( of TO SOME WILL I
route to the processing: plant. about 5000000 while it require* .
Between the twice-a-day milk-I nearly 4.000 dairy farms to supply
ings the cows trend their time in I milk to the St. I lows. Mo., .aft
lush pastures which are rotated to I metropolitan area of about i,500() ,.
prevent them being grazed too OliO people. BE A FINANCIAL
close. These pasture occupy most' In the St. Louis area, production
of the 500 acres: of the farm of milk Is still a family.farm

The pipeline system of milking enterprise in which production. of I M THE SIGN that greet" the visitor to Turnpike Dairy, It
employed at Turnpike Dairy crank and other livestock: help
i M at the start of the lane" which: lead from the roadto
I Is a far cry from the stool and ,, make up the farm income I county
bucket method of a generation pie average sue of herds in the the bam BURDENBUT -
ago By this method the milk M
not touched by human hands After I
each cow's udder is washed a'1 II I
milking unit is attached to this, I
draws the milk from her by a puttatmt -
rhythm and carries it .by

cooling plastic pipe unit to the 3300-galloni I I k /C$

Outside the barn with a capacity .

milking of await their turn. The rotation of '
milkint it so arranged that a cow I S 1/4/
milked at 3 pm will be milked PLANNED SAVINGSPROGRAM 4
tram at 3 a.m. This regularity is
essential to the health and well
!being of the cow. WITH US- .
In addition to nourishment received -
: from the pasture pass the
animals are fed a concentrated IT WILL BE A TIME OF

dairy ration contammt. 20 per cent F.N ""n
protein, It comes: in pellet form GRATIFICATION :
and is purchased from a mill in } w x.1n1'au !,
Jack Mxtf lie. .
Each animal' gets one noun-l of
the concmtro'e for each .three v, Today. .
pound of milk prvrlucrd.: For ev
ample, a ,...* rhl" tives iHirtr
pound of mH" M 'r' ieeivr Irn
Pounds of fe+4 It *divfcW mal-.
,between the Iwo milting per- --
todt.A PALM, crrY Y FLA, ., I
Knithare! made "up of h"1P"'n .1 r r vuis ,y, 'r T-: HIT SAVINGS AND I LOAl1i
>. citrus pules minerals ana" : e I
other! ui-redwnt tiippfcmenN fIt and the cows re' "lYe EDERAl i ASSN.OF MARTIN CO.


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!-cThE $STUART (Fto.) NEWS 'J'blU'lMfay, A"Ft *, 1964 I Zinnias .4L "TISSMS."Tan has The teen' number reduced of fr mal>0-oases Directory of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

All About Awr to tlkf Pctttlnn COO the
; ls years a te
: I tofer tIled In rava In
Directory :
Organizations result of
abov*>*ntltld Cour or ". wol-w pram
the lHh day O, A.D. between PEOPLES CONGREGATIONAL-.Ja4taBKV. >
: CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Cee.. Overd AunllleryCommaader to hw who rlatt tlU Interval, Dt t pent MATNaBO
.l..o.U.. A..p..u -Wilier Ouard J. Beama.u. lid.. Beauties of Summer or in UMM jMJfr pa*, or of UM Any*o j.*.I.C diu.LOA : Ckarek Early =

Wed, lit* r.m., J. M. Commealty Clank I Hon.. '..m. Co." .. ay usaw 51515e Wfw ADVERTUKMESTTALLAMABlUem. It::MoraIne Warekl Nareerfduruig
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Radio Ea>erfMy Cunty Cmaileile not taken j kola
--i1'* 'i ume Beioa* ....frank A. Wanha So. aund forth I. FLORIDA til. 5... Tooth -
Ipm.Mr ..*.' TUM Hill, ..... LourtknM 5.1111. r:In. to N O T I C H
., AdjuelmealOkalnawi By HERVEY SilARPE UMAI. ADtEHTKEMICXTIM .. NOTICE I* hereby (1vn that the ALL EPISCOrAL-J ee. SWk.B .
M. C. Bear Zoning ) AT 7-2512 IINTa'
IA.I. frrd Hhoede Exteiuitm Srk Ieial o M. SI tt. '_ .f th. Internal >V. B. FKA3TKB
I. Rue Agricultural
tan *
Fund of the Slats ef
Cirthoe ut J" 1"- loaMy
.. 1il I .... kmeueliwH I Sad Tkan., 7uG p.m. THM linn I IT t'HT OK THE: I In meeting In tk* board : TtS: a.nu Hal, OommaaMm
A Preleedenal W_'. CUiklaamileat M.... County Mueeam CMnmtoiU Zinnias, zcppelmt and tome folks 'Nllll ,'tUC"AL (.K<.tlT. lAND 'I Clerk if Court. ibo Oovrnor> Offlc. \ ASSEMBLY OC COD- 'Cite SIlO .. Family beauaanloa sad

-Lid. Meantngerlaa4la Ofyurmaa-Mre. Hegh L Wllloughby I,. running for public office often do Poll MAHTI Wld"TY., t L.rr& log, eoheduled fur 1-00 A.M. (tlilI.T tlV. L I D.IEL .' Oiureh '. .
or1,.* .... 0a.. August 15th, 1114. will consIder
Twa, .I1htm. Pint Nat't Buk *> riX> .. on 15.00 Week DayaTaeaday
better with hot air. HIDA.LAW : .
.. Zeatof CemmlMleaOkilrm in. lush I application mad by Crary, Crary '" a. Morning -T s. Holy CommunionThumdey
CeenulProp p..N.tb'" 110- No C. Ptaeelag Since tome folks s long STATS ROAR DsiPAMT- I SMAll. Tr'DB Crary, P M Btuart I' p... Than... BIble Ised, P'ep -1* a... Rely OommantaBIFIret
OreenleeeSN )
., -Jepk OutboardMaria "I
ilroeldent> 0. MINT Of FLORIDA.Actnoy us Florida, on obrrWtf .,. Youth Servfe Tkvreday Healhig Bervlo*
C. M. KohrebeulhleeUnna .,. 7 :10 I.... Courtkoue hot lummcr you lull have time to of ttT Jtst* or hN TOOlISS.COIINTY : purchaa ;, I: p pna. Friday' S 5... Hal, OemmealoaUalty
lad Wcdneedari *t .OIS i'Iorldu.MARTIN, ATTOIINEY of tl>. to- .K..I .l
Sekeel Beard vote fly a zeppelin and plant imnits. .nd P. 0, 0.. 1554 wit: toY.t ; FILlY BAPTIST-SOO S. Chunk.T04 S. "HI, Pert Flere
ftraTOerdee. Aacutle* dpau-e 0. Indre
ChrH (
-Henry honda
'." Politlo Iu..t lit** .. Ckanh Seeder
Preelden .... fleel .. .. Cburla.. BIV. FORfEIT .
*- 1. Slid M til Hubdlvimon of th. File No. Ill* .. Service* Wednesday
let Sun,, I pm.. County Courtbouee T._ ef tevelle P.5.5ll.s'quIIn If you decide on zinnia theM 11.1.* of ITIorld *Ofl HUDHOW A parcel Ut..IU.1 land la Suaaeym.

A.*. r..rwl; I .. Tw Hall ". Tallahanee, ToWDthlp 11 South Rang 595 ... tMsrks. l.ulh.mee,
E.wON Onleael 0. V $ tow p. to add brilliant color to your proden 6f Coun.el for lbs Ptltlon i"i-l.
111. City of a. Morning' worship
WPT .t Bt"or. l'.rUn W. Pr5.o VIola ,
cU - - Pub II 10 4 I..t l. .
during the hot days ahead. 1Je'uS.nU. : July Au.. .II. ll. Florida ; '''1'11 : p-ut. 1'r..lo. Unioatt4l H. Co SIPS PAIITOII
Car. Cluk ef Stuart POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS ef and abuttlmLot* : p.m. WorshIp
Pv..ld.n-Mri.I If you art bunting for the odd NOTICE Or RILB KISI OTirRl OF INTPNTIOIV TO Inclualv. Block: 20. IJe\:1 WedneedeyTil 0''I' a.. lsnd.y School.tots.
hid Mew, lilt t.:11.* Repuklka Club W Martmj Ce .ty and the unusual, plant the varieties RBI.KTB.H FICTITIOtB SINS Plat I or Ooellnc as .... Mid-week Prayer Servlee 5.ut. Worship ..Iot
P'.ids.t-Js.t.u B WtuoeR.eubllcae NOTICE! OP EMINENT DOMAIN Plat Book 2, > S IS,
NaIl* I. heritor that thound..I.1
Ae ltw colon given PALM CITY BAPTUT etk MeCavd
Hlkleeu Perk a. that '-
nrewnt St. Cue I Count
Wem**'* Club et Murals C* contrasting PKOCBI9UINU, under th. prevIsions coord* of a H. S. SOUTHERN METH MISSION
P..14.uil-AuI! MuulloUt such the Stick and IN TUB NAME AND BY TUB AtJTHOKITT lorUla. and easterly or and HENRY PeelerIi4l Meetlai la Heee Beued Clvle Cuter
National Bank ._ ...W. Arnold Ueiner as Peppermint floSs Lw of Florida. T'TUM (
1il Pint \ I' IncluIv
ItS T..... S ..m, PInt 1 National Bind the Ortho Polka. The Dark Jewel or TUB BTATB or Acts hf\-I, will 1 rcgleter with Ibo abuttingLot. II t ...u..1 School RCV. CUAJULES BU4NCTT. Peelor
.......* Clvl' Chikrreildenl L&IIIIA Clerk' Circuit Court In and Block to a* .01'4.0 InPtal Hit -. WorshipI 1,05 p.m. Bon* BervleeH
-Orady Imltr. M C. DemeereUe Isaiah .. CemmllteeVkalrmea will produce a flower with twisted TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONS for MartS. Upon Book ** ill p... Training, Union. pm. Sissies WenklpMweet
dhMfflI, II.. .-Mwerd T. Mum In.I/'" and spiky petals.Dahlia CERN and to ail peruns and pa,' receipt of pfun of publication: of Record* of .i Luc I* County, Ida ... Evening Wonhlp
ne.TieuMrdee '1. Glut II.. ol.lmlnl' 0' h..I..1' asp rllJhl.Itl. Ihl. nolle, fIctItious* name to- Florida. i.7 acres tIle ...Wdneday Midweek Pray HOI.V CROSS CATHOLIC-I.dIus5.ea
wneea BeMk Gvwm ClubPpul..tMr. Meeting! en sailSILIGIOUI Flowered. California ., intorot. .vftat, mort,a.. or wu: mere or t. Meeting PlO XAitlSsIt PlU'II.CH
.. Ctlvle, wither oth. has to or on tho*, r.rtln AAA BUBCTRICJAM .
.d Wed. 0-.. J. B 111'._'* Clolleaee Giant and Super Giant are eye. parcel" or lands h"r
Beatk "_..'. 110._' .* ORGANIZATIONSCtrl catching zinnias with mammothsize rlb.d. and tb. followIng parsons, under which I will en age In buglj al o ale a O. TA YLI FeitoiSi4l dos, S. p m. Confeetloiu kefor Meeeea
r..d.ul-MrL Marie Millet .' Frleadly I..I.tpL.ud.fMn& blouoms. to,.cii.r with all unknown ponoiu ..., having my prlnnTpal plac ofbuelneei of saId land should It* ubmlttedt I ..'u"1 lekool
Ja sandal
't-lrd Mea, SB IC T Clubkeee cl' l mine br, through or In Hob Mound Martin Hit a. Wonbl
Frt, I .-, St Mary1 CkankSt. Zinnias are easy to grow. The d, rf. or who are ounty Fla. that the party lot.?- the Internal Improvement Fund Id* ,. ) boulevard Stuart
Jualer W_'* Club not"k'sOto'b. dowi or allv: rited In saId bush's. I* Robert B. EllIot Building, Tallahaeee. 1,00 pm..Evening Wenhlp 0 and I* '... (June to Sept.)
Jeeepk Guild
Cromwell main essentials are hot weather anlthat ida, to th* date fInal. abovementioned ._
Pr.uId.nt-lft. Ouy William of Stuart Florida' prior 5.50 Prayer
: .., Edward KlnMllalt .W.c.dl
: lad Me*. S p.a., Women'i Club t re>11<_. Ipm Mre., BebeelSt. and IUn hin.. So. select a sunny I tlF.cTION W -IMJBTATK there are no ot'lter pcraont Inler The Trute* reaerv...Ierl praeUe follows EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
Beard ROAD 714 ..td tn' eald hulnee.KOHRHT Use right to decline to make SACRAMENT Click St., ladiaatew
Martin.. '? AuJube Clonte'Betlet uffliM Jeeepb Hely Neme Society spot for the flower bed. Next loot- MARTIN COUNTY B WILLIAM any or all of eald ( : RIO BAPTUTEkV. REV W. THOMAS LOUCKS

Ird f m, Jedg ....nt-h. Roemerl* en the soil with a spade to a depth KAMKV A ADUUESSES Pub.: July M, 10, Aug. *, 13. 1*44 and Who mad JndilJ t JACK rCRNANDES. *,10 u... Chunk S.hool

C. A...... ler M... KeallkPreeldMt Than kefor Sad Sua.. p m of twelve Inches During to U.'e.e* I 5:45 -.Sunday School 11 use .. Holy Evekarletli
-Bev, Den.U" WihrMdefSni or more. Lyle F. Oallmsnn II.m..I.., or *, 11,id* .. Morning' Wo,...
Thun' aoen Tk* Beef BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA the process be surf to remove Invading lill Ollburl Htrwttuuu. o'ru'l or RMCCTIOI metal and l*% of .JO p..Training Union CHRIST MEMORIAL-oJ.I. L.
STUART from the bed WlmionilaBHU R* It that 1. TOM ADAMSSecretary th* petroleum thereon or thereunder. 1i4l .... Evening WorshipS 4 W". aeus.u .air. No.. Ie .)
M. C. Chapter. Amcrfca Canew BeeMyClialraitn tree roots flllD of Mtat of the Mate ofFlorMH Purchaaer 1* required' to pay I. Wad,... Pnyar Mooting
Millory JonaeoaMartin Tree* 400-fteratmaiurr. a... Peck site. Thew Intruders will give you notice thata for or funl.h d orutns ntury tan CHURCH 01' &00-1...._

Memertal Hetpltal AmflmryPreelilent Wed, 7 t.l'i. America Ugum Hall grief later by robbing the flowersof Marion N. DallmannWit J tA t.'ilFr.. will beheld utsmpafur the Instrument of conveyance TROPICAL FARMS ."TIT- ., 5kV. ItVlaltTT 1I01iII
Skip Purl Delp In Florida' on ;
-.N. Curt Otto BaakMen' ,.u.., 1pm, ..tlo. Lhurfk AlbenySI.Squadre plant food and water, plus stunting Ullv. .WI.clla.ID rt l Ktrt Tuesday ::: { th* fIrst bf ORDER 6f the Truntee of UWI, ,..TANCI. School. .e. a.,,. Sunday SrhoerlliCO
,., Pint. National a.m. Morning Woreet
II. 444-Advti.r Cd Klrkkart Monday I In November, A.D, 1004 II lOO Morning
aitti the Improvement Fund
of .. W..bl
d.rs. St. growth. '100.' ttirddup 1 .. ftIO .. SievIng .
Oarde Club s- Metk. Albear' she eald Tuesday beIng the h I Florida Ii4l p. Training :: '
-Her N. Frlel :n.t 410.-.takauwter, P.: D. Mlemale4lk After clearing the bed-site Marcel lyn I>awonApartam of November, to fill the folowlntf ( : BRYANT, Governor soc p... Evening Wonhlp tlSO Wed. Young Peopl**

rreeldenl 1 ill P-m. K. C. A.,. Bid*. Mon, lit* pm, Celhull Stkool away ITO offIces: SOS .... Wed. Midweek Prayer Kndaavee
Cub Peck 430-Cubiuu.tr. ,. RouenLael debris sprinkle the area with a A'TEJaJI
CklUre'. /we. Hanto IJomlnvot Chief Engineer DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST-UdT.UwB CHURCH OP THE GOOD SHEPHCtOJuelwr -
Martla Ceu.ly RHardef. MOB, 7il* ,..., Youth CenterJENSEN generous amount of commercial >umlnl an llm.uklloKU United Slates Henatortvpreeentallva .. Fund REV TkU

.Id.-.. lilOpm SwlgcrtSrdTkun. Com.. >m, 1ft Xet.latleeal BEACH fertilizer Mix the plant food into 4100.1 Ulllh ('onvreealonal In Conifr ie Dlitrlct'hrea for the ; July ,If, 13. '0. AUR- I, 1544 nose a.m. LT Beaool RaV. ELMER L. ALUM
Trp 401-....'. J. O teekallo II the tb. tIlls a... Morning T>IO a... Holy Oommunlo
Seentarle* AieeelelU Wad., 7 slO p.m., Community Hell the soil and rake the bed smooth :.an. Rand Jlurlb.rt ( Ju.u.Iroupa 1 of, I and HupremaCourt. I Honour? HIIERIFP-K atin i I:1 pm. Trnl.. Wa.ll 11101 .. ParIsh "..hari.. Sermea
preelrfent -Mre. Herhira Ana Linden Cub Peck 401-Cuneieeter K. Qulna4ib before seeding. Silt-loth A y..nu., SouthMlnnnifMilln. Thread) Judfop of |hDItrlct Courtof TUB FOSSIL 4 I.AIM fOLRT.MAMTIIT pm. Wenhip Bervle and Sunday ....oL
Ilk ..... Co... of lOG off!** We4, a '.11I.. fommonltr Hall Mlnn.iota.KKb I for the Hecond AP- tOtXTl STATS OF 1 J* p m. Wed, Midweek Bervlo
Plant the seed thanoneelghlbtneh 1001 "I.pel JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
U no more
Cub Peck 401-CubniMUr,
Palm CH. Garde Chikpresent ilk Wed., Ill pm. Letkm ;< : deep and don't and 11. 'lct Qroupa A CKncrtary J VI.OHIII4 COMPAJfY ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaat loth St.REV. Skyline Drive, J... ScanS
Mm Mabel '1.".. ton Kalkof.n 1 1114N'W1 JAN JANUUKWBKb AdavWeik REV. NEWTON M TWttDT
tnd Thun. lit* 1.1,, CIvIl .. SERVICE CLUBS firm the soil too much. In fact >2S Suit Mh Avrnu flo.'n., PlaintifftTECbp diyti MOB 11'1 >'r- eilOj till ... Sunday School
of ,.. ., I .
Antlicnlwonnli) II.t. : and Morning Worship
"aim City Clvl OrganlMtlM, Civile* Club *l BHMrtPreeldeat you can pack the earth with the lIUD *100.1 ('ompt roller I v. Batnrday and Tkaradey t:ID pm. Iotr .

:r14r.: Zgllnlekl -Aare* MusliM light spray from the garden hose. (".mmlalon.r of Agriculture! : c f. O..r..ln.' Friday of til* t* 'II ,.. Wedneid'. Yeuth. Chow
B nflant .
C..t.fP.b..luu. Wd. IS noon, TowakouM BMtaaraatladlaatow Ion McMillan reaeurer hIS and IsaO t 0:00 p.. Tilt p.. Wednesday, Senior Chow
Casd.s Cliii Khraol Oak In warm soil zinnia teed'lcnn. U V M-ix.ii ondBianfcy .. Attorney O..n.,1Kup..lnl.nd.nt ) virtu of a w.1 or Execution BT. CATHOLIC- TiO p... Tkuredey, Midweek BarvMt
Panic or the
:1 PublIc Inntruotlon CHIlITPHU'
; inate' within few 52/05 I"Cr: ::1dl.ntoWI \
v.sId..t-lt.V. W. Croetdent' -JamM HlneeW a Rtpubll Court In a or In- Hebe JEHOVAH'S WrnUSSES-B"1t: Roe4
1st M 0.., I p-rn.. **, II.ill pj*, Kemlnole to* duce an easily Identifiable seedling HUD m"stool Congo Florida PublIc ftllltlee Cornmlealnner Inc. analnxt Mu I I,I .. Sunday. ""..)-7 .... Watehtower StoOp

kl. Clvte As.5utIs. that the Neceo con'f.ny. JulIt. I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Mondir -T :10 .... Bible Study
Punt n Jeaee. Beaek Llea Club most likely outgrows : .taoa IN
VMM t-W&ll: r Ii...oI.I .Id.nt.-.te. Schmidt Ann Murray LtolAtttrny of the Ninth' Judicial 1154. ._ Thareiay 00. Mlnl.try Sekeoll *:!.
weed However for fattest flower Circuit aid .. ,loused TIT-'J E. 0. Servkw Meeting
TKUM. I CMUr C'linnlnaham Supply Ino. ". I
j' ir4 : S :. r. : $MUte, 0.0.P lit-lrd Wed., tUb pm, I.puVJopit..Htbu 'growth be sure to pull out the $74 Uakwood AvunUe Publlctefndol' Ninth Judicial Or- ,'' I the. :: 1.b'n'r.: llito .a.m..Morning worship REDEEMER LUTHERAN. Oee* lIt
aItl. .. Club cult on ,
.rl tofMM Pmu.Id.nS.-ltobrt Ha weed promptly as they are a hog w..' Hartford 10 Connecticut .,. Henator Senator- .kt"l ;the laid Neo- sue: rm. Wed. Ill l Teetlmonud Lee.MeetingReeitlng HouniMOB. REV. DONALD K. SO-ROEDttK
h..CIT ant #101.1 I 'hlrt.thl' Flagler 1,11, .
.. a. a.m. lu.'O BIble Stud
tiM p.l. .
Mart, I Jnplt., Maulu for water and plant food. 1.1 co. th* foliowioldost'rlb.d tbrougk Frl. Kilt a.ut..119e It il* 0... Worship Bervle
One 411 Member ot! 1.. )Iouao 0' property located In Martin
William .
'!l.. CM. MMMW Retary Club el Blurs When zinnia seedlings send / Cunnlnvham Supply, In. l.pr..nt.tv. County florid* to wIt, CHRIST TNt KINO LUTHERAN-
Pr..Id.nt-Dn. Konnld s. Alllae CHURCH OP CHRINT-420 .
forth their first leaves thin Jupiter
..,,'I'II.", ClukkMMftiMirl Wed, IIil* .... Trad Wind ,inches 070 Oakwnod Hartford AvenueWeit 10 Coonactlout ('tints| of th. Circuit Court 1-1IISI 'Crtit Hobo Trailer, Malls GOBBfcU 11..1.... KEITH P.JOHNSON Paetor

WMMii't ClukriM. Stuart 1tI... Club them to stand eight to ten 101.1 HhrrlffTa "" reglotra. loaMy ella .... Chunk Shot
aRt # :
.-Mn. Conwllui a. ?....- Pmldent-l>r. H. ,_d.l. 81.. apart for the small flowered varieties > A eeeor :2'\rmlurlc.' 15:5, .... Bible Study tiOO ... 1'..... Clue

4 w..., lit* m, Club IviUdlMfctwkuli Tkun, 11 ill ,... Tew Hone and i full eighteen inches Iurill Paterson Tax Bounty Coll.Superintendent rlor of Public Notice I. b.rebp gIven that Olt llrOt IlO: *t-m...Wonhlp Bvenlng and 00.... ltl .... Morning WorshIp

c... Om3h >? Stuart Hl.St.ppuru Sauera Gauss Cob for the giants. Delayed thinning Itouts 5 InetruitlonHiiliervlnor Friday the 14th day of Aucu.t WednoMlay W.nbl FIRST METHODIST-ISOO Cilir.< A**
I .lrm.-Mr., ob.r( ,. totalbt Praeldent-OUbert Doss.Tb. Paw }'ftW; ItluhIgallIRD of RedetratlonThree 1004 between of il 1:10Mihn.IJe : ese p... Midweek Bible ". Rk.V ALLAN K :STUART

-W.A.- -I iM-.-.Ji..-.__ .', S pm. Y.uth Cento will few result flowers.To in. stunted growth and Jama Reel lt0.t of County((1) Membere Commleilonara of the ,Board iJle- on : th\hour:::10 doorof THE CHURCH.OF aoD'.. lt 0,44.* a-m.am. Clench Morning BehoellltO Wenklp

CHAMBtM Of COMMUCIKSijISUi Stuart Lhmt ClubPrsutlds.ILlluoortk overcome t the horror of lit Wallace BtreetKlmberly Inch 1, S and S the Golden Co., RkV. B1LLIB a... .pm f 100* a.m.put. Morning Tooth Pellowehlp Wmhlp
Wl. ,'ln Two ill M.*mb.r. of th* Roarl of three mile* South of t onAlA. I 10
l lehniurkunk wanting the plant that are thin oon Public I I eelS all 1: a.. Morning Warship
'. wuiiw ," ... Wed h.. Meue. Bill rl 00.1 In.tuclon J)1.Irul. .11 til. p. Evening. TRINITY METHOOIITalLv. eea Keaaa
1 .. CMMiullf OMMM .1.10 1pm about and 4 and ,. th laid, Necco, W.nbl.
I ned. the seeds .
aid TUN., try planting lilt NEIL OUNSAUlai4l
Issue larMllmlat Club twice thick half of the Reed Two ID Juetlfea of the r", DUtrlrle In and tn the abv. described the htirhen prop- 11lO Tu.Thorn, .Y.P. I.U. ... Bunday School
Buck ATM ps-uullust-l.uti.i, Mill.. too only on Joan Mh Av.mioAntlK" | and 4 arty at Publlo to & .I ..
f PrutId.nI-Fnfth, ...l.rIu4 .. 1.1 sass Plnmlnis 71,1.1md seedbed and transplant the thinned Wlenonalu Two II) Constables, 1 and kidder tor to eatlefy)laidexecution THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST lllOt* a.,... Worship Servleafit
Mo* 'INtIO' I >- H: .: Moon: Ansbsra Subs Club BUD stoat and all outs U.Uo.1 City) WorshIp 1H aat
plants to fill the entire bed. 7'i'tscrutlng AttorneyUember. GIven under my hand and **. .,46 Sunday Pam 'N .Ob...
,tt $,h..sr.lIm BlusH J.psus.P'.uld.ntlfluh Thi is Hoard of Commlaelunera, tHe daY .t 1504. .m....
Co 1lIj.4.tu. good garden psychology. JiMy Hd .th IliOO Morning Woraklp OSCEOLA STREET
Fryer ( MtTHODIBT. Ut
It, .10... I .... .... l'it.u., Id Puts Pink Pony Often the transplant thrive better I' 121 Saul Wisuosialsu Bth AvenUe trlol Hnrlrta Inland Nayl..lon Dl l1kTt JVIJR TT.lr' 1..0 a.m. t I p... Wednmiday WornMi BJty. 11.. K._ BNIOIIT,.,

th.n' Anti tn f have Pub. U. .ol..b 10. .. BUBoay BeaeolIliO
e.. land produce flowers quicker stilt, #ioo.t Teetlniony Whereof : 18III I *
l' (..nil Vbm VETERANS OROANIZAT1ONBAmerleea hereunto art my hand end the Ore*! HOBE SOUND SOU1HEMN METHODIS1CHAPEL a.m.. Morning Worship
ra'T.L the undisturbed seedlings. 1 (Meele la Cemmunlly BldgHKV. .) WomiB .1..1on0l'' BO.MI ateet firm
teal of th* Stale of Florida at !

I t ...,, :. PIvUrM I emmnnderKugene Leglea, Jeaeea Urlmm Beeik If you can't bring yourself to nt'E 11t1 Avenue Iohiosuu.the, Capital ,till* the tt: n THH* ro"I'? "ART'tunavm: "'0111'rni BT', I, CHABLIS ,O. BehoolTi4l BkNNKTT PaeUKII Wed "h:B.oaU at SMS pja.

..' ....10 ....,1.10 Mea, S p at, Legie Ball binning then It Is lik'ly the plantswill A..II"", WlurOOulft51W ty'Iltst Cup or : taco.'rIOt IN9t.IUA IRUTI pm.pm. lu..d. Bervlee IsiS pm. Prayer "aVrvlee

'ThrZSM: rt UtBmkpPjIvpAM_ AaierUt Uglea, lius.tCnms'und.uU.u4su wt spindly-tall I and will fall '100. ); 't,1"l.LJ.' STATS orM4 *>'Tt.m-..Board sank .0|. :"rde (lea
"CONSERVATION Mliennd over when decked out with a glant- T>*nlel Reed tSttALS C. j 'IHT'.I'I1'IIT.
I' sad tIM Frl, I ,.m, LegHe* Ball Ill 10th Avenue I'ub.: Au" I. U. 10. 1. n. CL9JLANI'IIIOTICI > t SOUTHERN METHODIST, B.leiai
A. ken Seelety lndlatw size blossom. If you find yourselfIn Astir. Wleooniln TO tRIUIITOMftAll .. C,5t.LIta' FOIl 51150 RBV. D. U. KNIGHT JR.

1.lIu.ea* ... III C.America....*.Legle-Jim, Mlgbf this predicament then give the alto 4>1011. KOTUN OF IMTFXTIOT '0RII'rtJ tretfltora or the i>t.t* of ) I. hereby, given t h at.eaind 1:10: ... Wenhlp Bervle
II P 1.. tc'M'n' .MOII to lean S'lS'l'lTlots MAulS MARIE C. CLEVELAND dee.*.* will 1. receIved by the 10... ... Soadup Ieh.ol
.. w.Id. Ilk Bat, I p.- plants something upon. ID. ton Hd .,." that th. are hervky notified and required I tntil or Cn"t Cn.nl.eloos's-a' 0' 'rlO p.. Itp.ortk '
,._ at lkeiM* Klneredl. Amerleaa LeiUn Aualflery. Jeaea Bee<4 Green twine attached to green aol Montreal Rousttoark unilcraliined. under .1..1 provllan, any elutute, or demand which Martin County, Florid. In the 0" 7.5. ... Poosist ServIos
Frl. S pm, Ut MM'I Bank ..reelilent Mra, Kmm an,de stakes and strung two-thirds the Mountain, north Carolina of Chapter .0.68 Law of .lorlda they agaInst saId aiate of the C..rk. of Circuit Court W.duooduruIs.
Chik $h'.'' Mea, I Pm.d4tb BRU vlOO.1 Acta of 1141 wil r..l.ter with 'h.l'I.k In th:tl't the County Judo.of at eOl.lhou. In Itu.t. Florida '0 ... Ladine 11- Seeluli
Cu.utr'.tt.u ,, .
Junior the II.
height of the plant will help of lbs UI Court l In and Florida. In up lad sad 411
taea, lit* ... Sluart Ymtk OwtM A..4u. P-.los AsaII5.rv, ItnPr.ul.I.uIMs's. Rod Florida 1054, and opened anon thereafter .
I' lls'outu lowering plants to stand up and Onorge for Mil-tin County, .Wi I:11 ... Prayer Meeting
Tb. .
Uuk '' Ills N Ueth BlreetUrookfKld :J rl'lop l ill calendar month from She po..lbl. for th* follow-
J huh BallfUk recalpt nf proof of
,. Moa, I ., Mall their blossoms skyward
wave WIsconsIn of thIs log: FIRS MTHOD1JT-IacIMa
i Pr..idns-s I B. ...10, thle not lie, th* flotltloua uaiiia, 10' .f tk* lift nolle ,
meettn Barraeka W.W.I V. the twine form six- *Ht> OItO.1 e muetk 1111.V. CKOW.IC R. MeUUHMlCCi4l
lit Wed S B-m, general Merita Ceuaty Space so as to wIt: !ab ruble.t'on.m.n. Go. (t) new Caterpillar #11
tJ I dlncten. 11 NaO. Bk.FIREMEN'S UoBimaniler KVMK CAR WASH In thepisreof .. auaday School
trd P.m -
\ : t-lrd Fri, I.h0.100 rich squares If you have only a Ella S. Itnmanlatlo under whlih I w* will envaa;* Inbuelneaa .* po.t.nffleeaddrese. Merita J Motor Grader.Bpecinratlona "X* )Ioroiag Worship
; it will IS Woodrow Mlr.s'ISh'suo claimant and must 12. NIP
few spindly plants perhaps honing our principal Dlae* of tIN
ORQANIZATIONS ..II. tau," B>..*.* ".om." Hartford, Connecticut0RD of buelnene: In Stuart, Martin County b* *wrn to by the his may be obtained tilt p..! I.eemg Wemhlp
'us.. flI ,..... .... ...Iolobl-II.. Mull N. Hell be easier to stake each plant and Itil.l Flu.: that the pantIeS Intefeet. or hi. alo,,,cIlm.nt.1 at the office I of the Martin Board !"!! '.*. Jk*.dep, Junior CIa..

4, ,.,... -Mr*. Marl Profltt .Hid Fri, I pus, Old Com, Ckarek omit the maze of string .d In mid bu.lne. are M. F. Us'dorwond .n." void .. to law. of l'unty fommUKlnnere.The 0' Commie- titl ... Thundey. Bealor Choir

trd Maadat. I *.m.leawn V....'. Council ., Marti Ceuely I Inspect the zinnia bed each aft Leonnrd IS \\otMlrow R HninanUlla HtreelWt and K. F. Underwood there of .il'WALTER 70. 1500. O. JOHNS, .loneri Bo..d.... the County right' to ra- FIRST .UBYTUoAN-N. ati. .._
t'alm Cltv
Beaek v.....* Fir PiHPmldenfrJeek I rhlrm.-oIoh. W. Keller ernoon. If there is the shiest, Hartford, Connecticut other ntn:::' III.Id Mosrotor of the Katat of jert any bid. 5Kv. MAlCOLM HARRIS,
Add .,. MOOs I ..., BUart Legion Hem simi of dropping leaves flood the IIIU 'ULI .are. no buelnre pereona Merle I" .".lad. doceused.A. Isabel thin Jih dn> July, 1514.ItOtlIr % : twists"EX* *--:
.. i'it'NTYl'SiSlStiSCIINEItS
10 ee, I thm, rlnll. v.P.wu ItuwtCemmaadee M. F. IINPFKWOODM. St. CILSN?" OK : .
Baler** Fb-emea1. AuUUr M. soil writing It well Mow the ls>t f>orU SchmIdt F. : Attors.v for E..t OFMVHTIN 1*:*t ... Wereklp nervle
Jokt Unrray
Route I -. t'Nl'IIWOI he. I 5Sn O'TS COUNTT *i*. .... Young '_la'
O *
rn"..Mary Cataana Ftrekue* ....1.10 thorn, Qola.a lull StUdta root of the plants. Don't oliletna AlankeDKU Florida Sly J-HAVK A. WACIU
Tkan 1m p.m. the leaves of the plant becauM I #1U'.IKKCTIOX Stuart, Florida RrJt JotS 1*4 ChalrmunSEAL .RIS'YTIItIAN IMMUNITY-
V.P.W. Isdiusiso.t'tnmms.ds.Js.ui'k. 'ub.: July 11. so, Aol. pubilrntlonl| I.
Valuator Fir D.p..tsutp'.Id.utMnbIVt .1. 1U < ) H. loaM
Pert BakwM I"
Inviting trouble from mil F-uh.1, Julr It, 10. Aug. 11.
Joknie* W, Preeto you are ; 550.1152 I'ub: July 10 A... I, ne I RANCH OICK80N. Paete
.... or- Vtsb.su Ut-lrd Sat, .itt p.. Post Mem* dew. If this diiease show up apply sTATS fOAlS TIJ IfTU'1 OF MIBRlrr"! BALM .U* a.,* Bnadey fteMol

"" i V, .W. AeiUlery, BtaarlCommaiider either a sulphur dust or a neu- MAitTiv COINTTSRD 'SuM-I IT 1UIRT, M4HTIVI4M IS 'SItS (':\" VanlR1'' .:T TH'('et'15Y .)IH.trw rnl'HT II 40 .. worshIp Bervle
TBATENAkMel OI1GANIZAUO' J RII'TIOol1l T', T'TH .,. .'LORU. 1 1 I) FOR Wtltrl* COl. T .'" ... Youth Pellewtklp
ckapMt. Ordee *l peMeelef ? Mra. ..... Smltklitlrd tral copper spray u IN I : sTIlE OK KlURintMa (sal pm Wed. Adult TeaM CheWs
Coua llor-Ka.14 Ueneaatat Wud. Guide .. p..4luMISCILLANIOUI For blouoms pinch out *!".I RIGHT OF WAY OF i .CKA01NG ( 1155
>H Mea, 1 dl ..m, _aaoal II Tm PHXraela "" "" more l1Sc ..1AIf C also I 71 IcR'"RUB'TI 11 INDo 51W. UNITARIAN "J-OWSHIP
Ledg the bud of each zinnia plant )lust That part of Tract II and 55.PortIon vo.S'It'.StI'ta. 1,1'ltit MAT ILC.J ):ITA1'P 0' 0oet ".. Ourb eo.t': <....
Maeeal lalkUllrd Ctv Ak Palrel before t think the plant it aboutto 17. Townahlp in Houlh. DANCY I. POWERS. 701 Suowap Dries, Foes Pious
Wcnklpful 1II..I0.-hrla. you Ran** 4* r.. according to HOMA4 .VAKNALH1RH.OIPARTMi ',.. lAtRICI PereaaellOTiryi > FolI..nhip, Ssmnsoe, s.c p.., .:::
Tkvra, t ... Mueal ('s.usmund.p-U.st.unol I. P. Slreag set a single flower bud. This msr sit. i'alm City rarma ;HS3 .THAPIV TIOTSCN 0 ssscasI'rssRe IHH: ITOHcreditor '.U..b..' 80"001 II .. Iuadai.

; .... Miller ClraVa Kike Meet Tueedayi 1.I* p.m.Cemetltlee delay flowerlnt a few days but it r.taf recorded 1 n lIst Ad HL.NdtT rLOWUH'ARUa TO AU. CRB1HTOKU A N I' AM. All T tho eelat 0'

.. ..._Mr*. Uorvlhrf Hardy *l lOG Hook 0, Page 41 er the Publl > PIIHOS' HAV1NO CLAIM OH J. J'o...., ... .. .re 'INTrCOSTAL IIlaLI-I..IIaa_ .
\ Sad Thun t P.BV, Klkt Udg will I csuse the plant dtd'jn: up two K* orefendantaBy DIIANO AU.UNI SAIl. K.- hereby notified and required file CURTIS.. SKINNER ,...
irhelrmeal.ee r loa I !* e-m. SeadajTBckeollit
I or more flowers massive blonds; lying within lot vIrtue of a Writ of Execution ATM:4 any claim or demande which they -
Pklrhrkk .
Beta Sujma Pal Severity Eneeullve Dlrettoe--Ruel Net of the Sooth Sloe of laidflection In my hande leeued out of t Se eaijh are herepy may hav. afalnat' said '. Inth p. Sunday BvanteMe .
Ill W, Oeea BIn. AT T-4IIS bank of f blossoms rather than a .. and l la preeent 'It* .-.
Wodeeoday Slkl
pelUit. B4 a. Is.ys.Id..bMrS. I IT. l.e* th* l tlng' Circuit Court In a eult of Protectivelaikaalnit Dotltd r"r. office of She County Judge or IIIQ
:. J. AkkoUtetlrd Lady Geller AeMehitkmPtMldent sin.1e color head. : dedication: and lee Silo ...l.t- of Miami lIne aaaJnetFrancla alt or :t b you or Martin County, fluids In t hCourthouee CETHSFMANE
kerne log SO foot rlaht of way e* U liancy and Thotnaa K. either or lull at Htuart. V' within I CHURCH OP CHRIST
I fanciest flowtn 10,10.
Tkvrt pav. Mr VIII HarteotlTuee Finally for the cut OR
l Bnuth BactlnnItn Euiate of 8rfV8i8aSfe 'h. CHURCH
klunv *al I arsadomn, t'o.srtnori treslind asuo.t I eli calendar month
L& frol
XI Pimm PhI npterPreenteak IdS am, 11.. .Golf 4 Oury.Chk you h.ve'Ir seen try cover- 1 by Martin County containing $ Flower Yarmo duly atteutadOs ks.wfl as : date of the fIrst publication thIs Ckunk Sc-nut JMM, lulek

-.. Jw rhtwylitlr Lively Art Club hit some of Your plants' w I I hcheesecloth ... acre*. nwr or leu.OWNBH Mop I. 152. the Ju'.m.nt Oswhirl twceaeed.wiSh l lob* "or' Martin or fountv.Florida 01.015. nol. J.h claim er demand miiet I it LOoN* a.m. kIlb"II.Aoo "-
11- lit.plame .
Tkura. S P-m, I IooUedSF150 and wiuet state
essoutlon warn !:l..r
... .. ef
L. A.bW Ab.ius0 before the first flowers PIT'5.pl. .1. to Ito County : WIn. d Sloe 5ut lisads.. Worehtp llervla
CIrvull Cour cc-can poet
1 Aeuiktere W tk. Amertoaa Memlai R.ielatma I 51 ISiS ... 11- ready to coon The filtered I! F. Iml1rna.ni and Martin isles ''O.d is huve'I levied on aleight. \ .r.COln'n\ the Houaoat addrea of. clam.n and t.bull. t il* pm.Tbsesda,, Bible BtadyN

keen;Mi* Muteite Martla Ceaety Fk Ammeelmi Irt i I l>el">mann Jam* Heed, in IB inirt or the *.al'Innd. : six cal- be ." to b .1.lm.nt hie
ir7 re.. kemee III1M and protection from insects 'anlel Ke l.: Oeonr* ItcodI1.os L* line.0 and Thomas 1C. end r mnntne from She dots of the agent 0"er hi. .. will .r.CUL AIl5NTlnlc'SEjj"

Club r"i.. W. Meeeey make flowers of size, ....f..1 Jn ReedIlurloerl .* fires publl..lo. of thle l..tl. void us'rudisg to law.
t.--.. S..... Wright P-m, AgrkmltanJ super giant : Joan Reed: June ...do. ... .rln.. 1..lne '. SAID'_rt.L" KMA\D Mt.t ..m this 10th day 01 .ull. .D.IH. O75 C wV
\ 4lfe Mea, 14 Put, Mweote Tempi Martin County Cell sad Crnuarp Cob clear color and superb quality. Heed: Judy Heed. Ion* Me.Illlen 1.. following described, property : TO AND n.lo VL.W'KJC>T FTtfls(
Kawenn) locati-d TiRtV TOOKKR.Executor lITI'4ItT HIYAf. "ALM Rl'Il.I.
: in Martin County Florida' JJY'LICATATtON
( UdlM'_ AuBlarr I. tadla RlvwChieVLettlaieh Preeldeat-Bd HnjWelid IBIs It AINrrilTI"ICKTMIOTII no's. M..II1. Palru to ; } BANK of the Katat of L J.';i AdIIoC1ATlQS. BTCAKT.
Twe 1d Clobu.usMutub. wi
*m knd K. Leon* Heed.JRD I ?;EtIIIKMJ1ELI. Jiaorto'eJ. Powera, :
I lle*,l I KlMMBM4tk Cwmty Perm SWetaErew 51 .UN C'lutl'S 1'555'l'r .ua .uou I The Fast H of Tract II. 80- Thl. I* to notIfy fm th.t tf yo-
TiMa, S PJ iOUf Uatt v.U..e jtiwiu. rmrt ... lut #l'U RK3BT OF WAY Sloe II; Townehln SM; kings Ytoc-pge.Idost and Trust Pub.JiySS.<. I*. Aug. .'.ll H1Of'l wteh t* collect your nuos.y r..i
P.uldsol.-Alks1 ..
1 CVSS Pill \i *i. i. ,1'" aid bond iou m.. do
4* K 00 /110"
Palui Farm
City ;
.. i.t tc .r. Ind Tkan, .mil. la. SLONIUi. 1% 5lAt'PSl'TV Thet part ., th. Et S acre "to.t Ike Eatat. .f S5SEISIPP'15 515.51 or within a portod of ninety itoi
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XoemUread Martin Ct, Am.me Radw Ckm .. of Tract 44, Section II.T, Nolle I t. hereby riven that nttedaeeday 1551 "a'od' IwraondIrawem FlorIda ., otivrt 01 T 4>r THK day afl.. th* flret publication' or

t ; .u .. Pre ,..-.. BrktMTklrd 7150 phlp II Bouth, Kane Kiel.a.eordlna Uh. '. .. n. tin* tot itr C'?. LI. lhMh<' Dii Jnly 10, leo.: a/tee
> ,.. Clf MICHAEL rulAN .L. Urn .It will
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j t1 t* th plat of aim guet. lotS IJrA 0 OF FLOH- pruum.a
.... Rreer tammpanat SSCkM fII.. S A f 14441Martini OSNThSSA 5 P'S e'n.wPvsw'O. City Farm thereof a. recorded UM .1..2,01:1': : Attorney B a*cutor
...rkurmend WlleoaSed4ta Ceuaty HeteHeal leihtp i w* onfvwY ("II. In Plat Bnnk I. Paa-a 41 of A SI. A.1. th. III IBaetan.Houlvarit (KVBRAt FIXANCBR or bond t. th. Hulldlnir. .
.wv ...< CTSTHTArtlK ANN .ad f.t P O, Box 1114, Stuart FlorIdaPutbl t slice' sod so =
T t p.LooP Ball ".11. Reord of PalmVeach d | 'h. runll.r 01ai1D
I *** -*... MerrellUt I W.nl. County WAN CU. *
t lea*** Beach Smre Chub *a4 Aaalttery Tuee 11*. ... Fins Hilliail Bk.Multlpl ".. within Cuss lee '**J'I..rIb" Soot and latereet win of th* ald all right.,, P..lt LARA WAy TBUUI

>feel>lee>-4Jear.e Tutu Uetmc Servbj 'n..T1r.R AYITtfMt t..w.RKNL'K. line ,1 saId Hr-rtl 10. II. I*** theOslolIn liaacy and ThomaS K. V. ct1 jrrxirrotwr tLPH C WARD MARTEVLLrx tItoC'hrt...
Vteeldeat -Cut R Tarae Ttt.lr ...'. .. dedication, and Ira* th* rv-parlner* tradlnv aa Bunaet. MAHTI-M COLA- l F. O. Ho* IT,
I -. Mud Femaertt ..1.11'1 00 fool 11(551 .f way .r r.,.. deerlbed .I.Bl.Im WARPDefendant. I'oul Palorna, ph,, Ills?
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i 'd-4la Fit, I p-au. t..I.JQ- *, am ."nl5'5 : PsW5.H'lSflWop. I sutured alone aId Sooth i.-.4nr.-lh. .I. By vtrtue afaUSrIl ef. '.. Pub.:_ Jot It, 2" Se. ..., .__
Mu.s.i Pak Cop HeeN Dem.. CmOPreehleat rTITsu vol AsurrltsM.TOt tln In. by Martin County to Ih* t "r bidder .'caah. 0PUI I tine In my hands lamed ut of .n. H

j Pa 0. $h.u.s5u. -Mr*. IltoaWlk PetlWM : J''JIlI WtllflLllT MaROWN'A. eeutalninr I *-"S el a acre eell.ry .. .all _t. ,'1 5. JIRD .know.as I 8..1(Claim I'our. Bt. Lwt (.,-

bi.uN.ai-MlS.. ape Harold .... Ul Two, *40 *%, Clvl Oaam ....; $511. toa_...11t.1.lwsv.Su4Is..p.l1. nor or lea*. IbIs tllven bIb day' of my July.h. IM4.ItDT and. OU I BAIR I ". acalnut eult ef nrJ.SInuses Ward toss and Stuart Rotary Club

Pemila Kenael ChIlI O W > B- c. H,KKIt. CHICRTFr depea.nd.CS I Mary .Ward duty '
lel-trd Mea, t P-m, kerne* and ARM IfSmKBY KOTIFIED William I Uarray and .It.. MAHTIX ( luniipA 5"hIEtI'l'ORO on th* 4gmetit uncle Wet ISllSrOJLiai
Ct Caapter Call r..r.t. meets* p5.** Dial ss '''I'. Wn t\\\.t .Inth. Ann Marray. Leonard K.Komaalelle .. July It. II'I'NT\. I 1504 ALJiFED1''ORS *f th. Estate which 1.11.ei.< .r-I.M. Herald lark. and *Ifs, MItt H. J\ alan known as kelnc Unwll (' .
... .IT|. t...,. k ClimuTICH
..,. Wed I* a-m, kerne P.1 M.i.iso "_ .. .Cub ARTIIVH LAWKKNCie fur IS. It...... .THI Iftt *TTF Jl IHIKT '. rOS'ST \U lfr.I aUlRrBH, d.- Court Lten t l". levied eel -'

Order .4 Kamlmw le* Guts po..hosp.-M'. BUIak VewH ud..nIks.1 0 r $*NPS%.( lk.BI O'KHOWN p'OM MINIS'S t''I. _tn. and to- all rlrtt. l.. .> the -
s.Ilur Ut Then CoOs team WANt VOTICK .. TXwIar- .. F H dwkloa aid HaIrS! ard
Worth AEnbu-lus.* III p.m, JOHNS CIKIXJOHY CMKH.HOWV : tK .r 5 ( NIUtPttOeXtTbS .Ul. : = Trade "..
: Has "f Taking baa filed i Inth Shop ha's acaleet and th. ''
\ 1o -lrd Te t $5 ?m, llaeeaM .nU OMT1IIANV OHkJ ? IS. may Ira Ward la :
RIM Player *l Mertt CweatrPreeldt th* P*- au bmc .( th* .
t KOWS ml' *r k, Ut 5W5551.ojts?, bvtyld p.** ky IX RK aid Siatat hath dearrtbed prooertv berated
*M| Palm Bekeaak Mra,*OreM Hell -Jekaal. C. ... CHSUrrCH, AHTHl'lt UAWRKNfSt, tliloMra. Ike aequltoeC nuchertty BUT \TK OF '*."7 1.4. .f Manlw' County.FlerrJe. ti. 0. .). Florida U wit:
& Tewrd Oraad. *O4 P Stall I.'. 1'... I p.m. Ceaenl ... aOl iron *r* "ulr41 I. .rv. o .( thve* pre eedtngfc a f tk* laktnaef MAlRlfB i. POWER f Certkeu at Ito- P.- .
,I pm. Leal n..., B .... Beileem Meatmc ,. .< Ajwxf .r OhtartloiMU. the akev-4ee ,._. ee.ea (Ik* ld|. lu'S .'p, ySot Why MlJ .",. purpme sri forth In th. Petition > rnomtTM ,. **. the ..,. .r tk. flrelpublWatlo OH Slosh til
t oaItoot .._karl Ii. KaUpneldeat It. Louis lab Ytkt Oak .h.oi.I pinow.al SluM W .t.4. .. Ik. .,. filed In tkte eatieew via A. TO u"rl .. INrISIPIOTED *) *r tkl. __ EarS (IS Med S. IT UKotlc CITYCOMMISSION

w. 1 .. M.s4uSP1 Oemmod*!*-l.n B..kaIM .... I.r .(h..... L)1:4:11 T1SKlilt. ngrkt ul way for a prtl.n W Mat 'IBIHVTW8TT" or 'SAID .lo*r demeud ..t .In writ-
a.Io Tkun S ..., Yaekt CM l lvsut.r I 05*. es..r SlurI.5. Re d N*. Tit. Martin t>uuly. FwrMe 1 i l so or I* hereby give IVat m I
Jk. AUet ..r fil* 555. .rlftu.) In 5k. aed that Ike H **rm.l* C. T"u are hereby mot I fled that S reeldMM PM Orrie :** lOtS I
... Yaekl d kCemanrmil Stuart Baerd W Bealter Pfeln r th* written Tike $ fee ro5c .. the
,. TWM t n-m, utftf s t Ik* Ctrk ft Ik* C1r nltCourt .: .tI"J liwirument purpwrtln t. rm.\ : .t.r
Ctreuli Judaea be the his t-e* PJ* STUART
Usliud Ttaeemr Praol4ea RaBem Tlhnlt .f Wvr* MaiWr A IB* hot Mm and. Te4ament o( 5, -.T- '
.. Howwd Tkun, S pun BMarl BeaaiSkmrl .'.. mIst I <'tr"oiL ef FVMiia. whit| aid decedent ba. bOGs ednUtted .. weld9'71tb .5
uislur lOOP KeUD HEIIX'\II rAtio NOT .r ssP.o .. Ird da> .f Aue aV A-tv I= t S* probeie in thie Court. Yon a.' of lh. M"I'lt Cn :
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jut 1'ut. .pa Stamp SaemtyIrd ,'utooss .m lie . ,. lie ., .I.s.k P ) tn Ik. rewmended MUSIc *t* 11 To day e Jeip- I wilt *. .... REGtLAR MTXTTSCt
tJooIta4 PnsaId..1.-Tbo..u 5.-.. ..",... "- Court ,... '. In Ik .rJ.' mmithe from Ike del 04 *** eat *f .ll'
t .. L II. S p... Puaaa ilkier WI1'S_ huad sad ,he s.dSr Cewatr t\'ortless. at 5015. Fm publi.aiion ef .",. trntloe .CLIFFORD A. _& Nary and t* th* *S Mt M
'm0d Me.o.idrr eald -lrtln *fTkI.g Insect In thl. Court aid show EvonoPur of Sloe Katat* ah.v. errtk4 prerty. I .. MM 4CII
U.tr Cfs.t cwa._ 55.' T.M.| Cob klt.54 S dun 5luurI of ,H:.'t'.f1\r *i. arp ini : and ._- If .n p's. .. why tk. OUT P psIRD" Sorties th. hIghest W JVIOMUYSStBsrt
fi' ._.. J. .-.. lMrd 11'I.. hmt* TWRVflOV mssc'r *>ak. .u, h .r*.-: w'r Ibi. ,., admit tt.TrCit II, ISWARSAitoreop _I. t* .11 said _
.4i Then. Si P.. .- ._ formic Is. (-1snI-,*. roc'RT deem pop.p : tk* : prokat* 'k* ld 5.aeutateir1:5. .U Mrta.rn Oty Hal
IV A"I' "'R MMTINBy setS, aai o'l' paI55.e .I unrev. .ked. : "..o .. (- n4r mr ..) Seat
YBeNrnWAlTolUlANtXATION* Aa etaimated 48.000) new en"!. sv5'Nry, F545Jl'Ar appear and he heard at tk* K\ \Ha "HAf' IR, this ,l: day .Ii J.51.T. nHr" rMc Ahrars Wtatwas
wd planaWelgaated.. '
awn will be nwtkJ every yeeidurni t O'IMWIU." ..)M.) Cwwmrvvlt I Yav ack < yn. ar. kr- M.'tinV: Sr. FKrMe. : M MT is. 1.44hisb.p C l"OOVXTT. P'lARrwA r

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