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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: August 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME NUMBER 3 STUART. MARTIN COUNTY.. FLORIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST 13. 1964. 3 SECTIONS PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS .I!'

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:.rnnrswwa w IC:+aaorNrtr' Jaycees Announce End of Summmer Event Sewage Treatment Problems to lie Reviewed :

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RamblingReporter I Beauty Contests in Senior and bileInie Subdivisions to :\;




Junior Divisions on Labor Day Get Tighter' Sanitary Code i.,


B\N)) RHIrAJtSALS:.. : 1U'fARI' .
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Although Martin County Beauties to .: Due Skepticism Voiced on Maintenance Factor XJ
schools! do not rc-open after the Study Y
summer vacation until Monday, l t.. V
Aug 31, the Martin County Parade9 I
Senior High School Band members By Zoners Resolution New
will start their rehe.rsalstwo .. Approves
SchoolThe
weeks earlier The reason for High .'# .I.
scheduled ; ThursdayNew
the first rehcursul being 'ii "
for Monday, Aug. 17, at 7:30: !Kirch for that combination ', y
p.m. at the lag Cabin is thut the of beauty, poise! and personality f 1w ,s
rcguluiionx governing, mabile
band will present a concert on who will be Miss Martin County + home subdivision. Ihut will l affect Access Channel to Inlet

Monday Aug 24, when educators for 1965 U getting underway at '+ ,,,_,,,, water sewage! nnU lot siren
from Indian River, Okee-
the Stuart make for
v'
plans
Jaycees .
,. : will be recommended to the Mar
chobee, St. Lucie and Martin ,
the Miss Martin County pageant tin County Planning and Zoning' .
counties will hold a Florida Education for 1965./ : \ -
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'I.". ," Commission by Zoning Director .
Association district. meeting ? r
Lynn Mauldm, the reigning, i I
l-ned
IUII when the communion
at Martin County Senior Mini Martin County, will crown :r,: + meet Thursday night. ,.. Rogers'

High Mr successor al the pageant in ..... m h; Bell i+ expected to recommend jp
ft the new county\ auditorium at the i I that lot aims he reduced from a .'

IIOW'S REAL ESTATE: : high: reboot on Labor Day, Sept nilimllll.f 7.MX( ) "square fed to
jfXKS HF.GOOn AT 7, at 7:30: p.m. ti, J.VO() to 4.tK() square feet similar ;1 Advice
LIGIIIIIOUSL POINTIn Young ladies of the county are to lot steer for mobile homo nub I
requested to register now at the divisions In Manatee County
this real estate conscious com" Stuart Chamber of Commerce on The reduction lot SilO will ,(. Jrr
munity, "How' real estate? i is in
U. 5,1, where they wiU be alignedsponsor I
heard about as often as inquiries mean "more' mobile" home can Sought
,
a All contestants must Mw
he concentrated f and
about the weather. In that connec in an area
be residents of Martin County and
could necessitate the construction
tion, lot sales of $290,000 and ,
$138,105 in new home construc be single. E r v'r i n of central waler and sxwage aye liy resolution Tu tOay, the Mar
tion are reported by R. V. Johnson In the junior division, competing terns, Hell Mid. + i t 5 5s tin County Commission authorised

for the new Lighthouse Point yacht for the title of Misi Stuart ; Bell muted Ihut Iho wake labia 1 Army Corp r of l.ngineert: to spend
basin subdivision on the North Jaycee, will be girls between the n' in Martin County h now M high : $30000/ : emergency fund U)
Fork. See story on Page 1 1-B. allCi of fifteen and seventeen and 4 r 'I that in many arras/only a alight I / clear and! deepen MX tact a channel
one-half. f s rain cuuse optic looks to fill and + from the Intracoanul Waters
Young ladiei between the agci f'i + dramaiio field* to flood, creating th way w St. Lueie Inlet.!
SlUDfcNlS JOINED TO of seventeen and one-half and '
,' health hiiiard. I
a In the tame resolution tlr
county
SIGN YEARBOOKS twenty-five eligible to
for the Mill'are Martin County compete title. t t $ 'f'-'!+>'' rra I "When these s+l'tic tank pollute agreed to "maintain the channel
Martin County Senior High'sgraduation her Miss Mauklin r I underground or surface water, after construction'until each time
During reign
class of 1964 held a be mule tho constructed..
official a remedy must through a* channel) brcanes
signing party for MACOSH, the participated in ceremonies t enforcement: ofthe law 1/ of
: MniUry a part a specifically auilhorled -
yearbook, Tuesday night. Thejuniorsenior posed brought! -foti national publicity attention pictures to Mar that of tho county )jtnd Mali," Bell d*. t I project"

prom and graduationwere tin County and represented the + k I clared. I s. I I lust how much money the maintenance
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included in the book, complimentary Hill stressed Unit the problem vf
'1" would' cont the county each
county in the Mm Florida" Pageantat ,
copies of which will floptlvd. tanks and r. l r
: drainage
Sarasota + teptie )N I year bat not been determined, but
;j be given to I Martin County Public \ Nelson ti ,r flews.: IH citMing In many star f I County Fngineer/ Fnd.. Bell la Inter
Jaycee Ronny
i' Library and Stuart Chamber,.. of'I' president of the county, including !tome ub-' of
tho
Mid that this will be promt tkUrmining ,
Commerce year' pageant ,, division. .*. He said. thai a rell'y' mount through aoundlnp.nc
'the best ever" a* contestant< in
I 'ifIIORMR the junior and senior division ,. must be. found! to ulleviaiontuiiiion. t.e r wF t retolutloa. drawn Up "tythu'

'I' : HILL TALK parade before the. judges/ to be any rllII' bud + CdrjM, w.,at \bat uwUidlng what
to
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JVUNATtLS:\ :.. UJ F ,lefectod TVl Iir Martin County\ 'H b Wt nA y ,r tiw'Vorp. : raatr, MipuitMi the
? 1O CLEAN UP YYI\ .llS. and. Alisw.'t i : wrI Jayc *. r ', at..,,' worse 1o point :
up r ,t
1 .; fttt. wide anj *U feel deep .be-
Jack Horna.of the Flood Control pu+ahkactlon" Uvll forwarded/ ( t ''t .
Ihe Federal
lesson Bar Chwinel
District, WCAI l Palm Beach, will (I a Jitter): Id Kobert Keed. Health and
.: \.1-1. ,,
the IntracouM! Waterway, No
Edward g +
talk to Stuart Kiwani at their Hallicy 1 'r 1if' (Continued: on Page 2-A) ...
Town House! luncheon meeting .., 1IIK PUP'S NAME I I. Rusty,, perhaps because of the''' color of hit mention made of widening( the
about introducing manatee ,r link! It Carol l Dellloi who live 424 Onceolu, cut through the reef,
Thursday Joins Ad Staff f coat The girl : >> at TM count,'* acceptance of the
to control weeds in South New Trial PleaIs Stuart When aaked by the New photographer what kind uf Job proportion to maintain UM inlet

Florida! canals. LYNN /MAU1JIV, Runty I I.! Carol replied.., 'I 1 don't know came a* tomewhal of a MirprlM.It .
ytEVINNUUIi Of Stuart News reigning Mis Martin County will crown her
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had been
--: reported; on variouaoccasion
: INIrHVItW: successor at the Stuart Jaycec beauty pageant on Labor Day, Denied f for -- tine UM channel asa

WAS IN OHIO PAPER: 1 --' -- Mructlon had been reviewed thai
Edward T. Hallicy, who for
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Price. twenty yean operated r Long Island They ,Want Right 'London Music' Eddie WilliamsA Optimism Voiced on the Corp would' lake over and
maintain' connecting! channel.
Brooksville, Ohio, sent The Stuart N. Y. advertising agency
from Journal .It U prob abr. that Ihe maintenance
News the
a clipping specializing in merchandising ideas,
Herald. Dayton, Ohio, with the copy and layout of newspaper adi new trial fur [Edward? "E+Wk" feature, will| N tentative, pend-

note: "We were much pleased to ,I for retail, stores, has Joined The Women Suing for $12,500: Sound William, charged twenty-four with. the of murder Butte Water Control Plan In\ a conference at Washington.Hi .
find new about Stuart in our local Stuart I"ewl advertising staff. n Bell wa atketl about
I of lacy Ann Weihington of Hone maintenance he sukl' he believed
cost
paper The clipping was an interview Associated with printing promolist
'Horse of Another Color'I !Sound in April 1962 WM denied
by Phyllis Batelle with Ralph and uta here for the past two by Circuit Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow There b i rererlna optimism. fort the UUfJOO( It only" 19,000/ ) short U would ear the county
E vi n rude aboard the yacht "Chan years, be has a thorough knowledge bridge countywlde water .control. program of Ihe amount r*&|ueted..] by the between >'>..(Jno and 56,0110. year
Tuesday
ticleer" which is at the World' of Martin County's busmen field I a woman. hail backed the Or lean*. The coll' entry wa not I William is I In the death hou"e under the' direction of Ihe I Corp" for the work. : but thai the Corp" had.IndkateU. :
Fair in New York. and the problems facing local merchants. wrong race horse, but two Paint accepted because he didnt match awaiting execution for the murder Army Corp of Lnginccrt. Johnson uld d'spiie Ihe fact that 1 no maintenance would be necet-
-(ii the experience geared to City women filed suit Monday because the description on hi. of/ the girl.Attorney. 'I hi* w*, ciprosed this week an o+'rr-rll CJnare-.i"nllJ ( Inrnlt' wry until the third or fourth yeartficr ,
the I.I
RHrRS: THANKS US local knowledge, should be of great the they ay, they were told Levy' colt "'a. purchased from 1 Theron A. Yawn Irtskid by L. M. Johnson, Martin County ::1.1"lt'f: :' Ihe money::: and He salt. Ihe project county ha*stn:had ew the"
FOR KIND NORUSCangressntan help to our advertisers. I wrong horse. Breeder Sales Co. of for I new trial on the ground agent, following., hit roturnrum I *n omnibua bill In responsibility for the maintenance
Married, he and his wife Agnes. They have the + for 'the which had told the other colt \ he conferredwlih Congress, he still hilt the
Paul G. j papers U) | William did not hive counsel: when Washington ,whcrt hop of the channel for long tune
a
The Roger"Just live in the Broadway Section ot I hone they bought they maintain, Blue Goer Hoth had been bred I t preliminary 'hearing WM held uvcriuiHint olfituls.: He w*> survey can be completed.. by next and! that the resolution to
wrote Stuart New:: St. luck Estate. They have three but the horse they receded just by Mr*. V: H. Gallsklll of the and that Judge Trowbridge erndwhrn accompanied. .. by f(.D DirechirCdward July, front new th.tgdue. no
wanted to drop you a note and married children and three grandchildren doesn't! match the Ix udon HjJU The control would change",
thank for kind paper > Farm. Paris, Ky he told the jury William' Dall and Cntmcl Kelly water plan hit did not (peculate on why
in you the Thursday your July comment 16 ., all. in Florida. It all began; last fall when Mrs. Gene Van Dertn, president of could be paroled i if sentenced' to Indiantown.. rnchrJohnton connect Canal: 23. 24, and 25 the Corp Included (the Inlet maintenance
edition of The Stuart New, about Howard Underwood and Mr. Dan Blue drt, i* uuite stir that he life Imprisonment, reported th* frnale Appropriation with Lake Okeethufoe; A gianl ( stipulation If the county
my efforts regarding the channel Panaro bought a'' colt named London bought the right hone from Breeder Judge Irowbridge' cited several (' nmitt.. ha* allotted pump would make the lake water alreathr naa the maintenance: r-
from the Intracoa-stal Waterway Three TeachersNamed Music, whose sin father( ) was Sale. Co. and told Die right alien he uUI were similar, to the SHO.OtX() > for a survey and preliminary available. to the canal to provide" ipomtbillty.ContiiMMii.
to St Luck Inlet Your thoughtfulnesa Mr. Music, and whose dam. hone to the Palm City woman William case fat denying the mo- work en the countywkle Irrigation/ Martin and V, Lucie
i I. greatly appreciated." Board (mother) wa Londonderry, which The breeder, Mr GiiUkill, Don for t new trial water comrol program. He tutd.. couniM a* needed.CTILCKLNC ( on page. 2-A)
by .,
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We had praised Roger for get- hud produced thrve winner previously however think l.cvy l got the -
They bought the colt from .wrong hone by mistake. 2 h* hat ,
(Continued on Page 2-A) Three teachers have been appointed Blue Grow Plant food, IDC, of teen a picture of Levy' hone and ; ;' ,'-:1: I' Got Calls From

by the Martin County Cynthiana. Ky. .through the Corporation Identify It a* the one \that should ,F''l'' ,
I I II Board of Public Instruction.: They "* local agent! H. W Van have gone to Van Dcren: and toj I v' Her Want Ad

Tale Twisting are: Mildred Hilton Haygood. who Horn, of Gull Huhllrwho train I to Palm City I| M In Stuart News
I I will teach at Warfickl; Charlotte ed the colt before it wu enl Wits Mrv Oaiiskill is tur she' didn'tI '
By JACK JAMES Bennett Wilmoth. who will teach at present location the. duPont I mu, up the hones; Van IXren tayii wig e f' rI'
roar PLIISU COW HOT1 MCHS, ail Blanc PIZZI: who will farm at Da vie. i they're not mixed up; but the Palm.l R1 I/I1i ,
teach .t Warfield Annex. Neither the owner"*, nor.\ shay. I City woman and Levy beer coin k) "H HOII!'. I'' tlrrpkrytwt/ Waatetf 48SrCKETARY
There are talk and rumor of The t board accepted the resignation feel Mire, Van Home, bad any idea they can'I race because the papcn t 1 1r
war but from my experience: with of Ida Fnuwr. Jensen Beach an'thln.00.., until Murray dent match the horse RECEPTIONIST
. people in foreign land we, the cafeteria: manager, for reason! of Levy of Houston and! Valor To, Mrs. Underwood and Mrs. Pan 0 I with U year
: litttle people, "health and personal matter," I who had bought) a cull with the aro filed suit in the U.J. District experience la a metropolitan
i make quick Hotea Stephens, Indtantown but urn father but a different mother, Court al LeningtOfl Monday seek* I lair office available for full
fnend without driver, also resigned.ChrytlcrPtymoulk. I tried to race hit hone at New' (Continued on Page 2-A) .SiUART or part-Um' wok T ke.
t threat or fight. shorthand, and to accurate
] so it mutt be the n 2I7-AJ5J
I lypkt >oM

!i" leader trouble.cauwng The who all leader o an u r Watch For Grand Opening Announcement! CH YSE[ :PlYM O mHfN H i l Ik. IPVOMMI' who ioU|pinctilthat (48)(

1 do Ihe lead ./. a4. kskfe Out we rt* Ulkk
legtiny and we do the Stuart ; > week fur the hM HM..
following but ought to lead ChryslerPlymouthIs .. wI''" newts wee twtrr. .."
on the tms- os of what the peop'e the. .rent .l fcW twMiaMH +
really want done. "If you do a. ", .. ..+..r Ik* '*Or .**! *.or toi.bkh .
1 do Sunday you will be to Church." I I era tlH worihig. ...
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Our Newest U.S.1 Firm I
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L i art I Ivry tail err In* dlt. *
: 't t lIMa taR. fma) JUhtobrn
Lat Week WeatfcerTotMtm I I

.... IOT KA ...... i i. coning Intl 't irLn. Chrysler Motor CorporaUm ha r 1. ., ..ce ytW nwh-r.abrg11rre1
... -e ... .l fl ..7Att..r )1.u1in 1V65 r New w.l ad .....
....' County The new mouelt of the advncdJ M that Stuart and Martin \ t '
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M Rrlwrekr,
An*. ... If 71' .*. I Newest mitatoM hi the phenomenal I iChryilcr. Plymouth and Vabi.nl Count> CM bIlL forward to con- rOIl are Pau.l
3 I. worth.
AM. reAtt. *> tine, for which there baa been iinouuand TtutM 1labM yew pwnktyl
ti buunct growth of f four- noUraJenhip tteady growth.
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f .: M :.ii AH tlrallkrile. HueH. alIhe
Aq.. a .--. M U I..Meted U3.1 through Stuart i* announcement / M Mrtut County rill. attested); to by recent announcement le lea
Aq 11 it K : that the Mew Stuart be dHpby at the trend opeIItII' *oUr Outboard> : Mutuf Cur- rftktr rate )Tiradiry'rStrrlrt
.._ : I New wU .ke raw at
"' r..wutn for wr.tL I Chrvskr-rtymoylh. inc.. wit be tune Mat monih. :, pnrauon new test center U Stuart
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U *-> InePTM
*w harvi ey
TtPDT ready for buMtwM w the future I' will and recent development Wing .
er a.egp ht"wa.r t..IP Wate" near "We be: btiuneM wuhi) I v I and aMUml .. ad Mew
IVUCTAM. A.M. i.tc A.X. P.M at a we. on South U.3., 1 ear the I' t nutter erf t day, welt lain place on Hutchunpn Island.It o e ; tin CtMMly petal ,...,.,..
14 111 11 :rT1/ t OU DUM Cw-df. porary headquarter al 1213. Dixie. It our orw* to provhli
As.A... I l*' :_.. *111... tar lie set Nrr raAs. Principal arc AHya Weigcl and I Cut-off" aMl Wriget Hotbnl Stuart and Martia County wKhKTVK t.l/" ""- ". l1u1t"1'-1' 2.M"
N _. err .*. ..*. I*.* Henry W. HoOand, Jr The sot bowMJ added that used Gar sales wulbe and tale. of the ftnrtt ofChrytkr ti .... o. a e .i. I ant eth fx 1M Cht.rld 0..r' .-

Ay., II ... ail..... ref... Ir11.. .., tell by Arnold ...... The 40 a feature of the MW automottveetrierpnte. product Service LnC showroom toutJati \ Per ..
It I : of comiructMM the MW Stuart PhrysMt-Plymouth on
I paocalM on ,
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V IHF STUART) (Fla.) NEWS (I) That the countv provide MORE ABOUT Salinity Stops Bass Breeding in Forks of River MORE ABOUTRambling

___:Ihureday. August 13, 1964 without cost to the United States I

all lands, easements. and right-of- New Car
MORE ABOUT way required for coiisiiuction of Agency

the chiHtnel/ and for aid to navigation Glades Dying Need Lake Water Says ,

Plan Conference Brings Chrysler. t'
((2) Hold and save the United
States fuse from damages due to ting the channel approved ,n >

With Rogers on the ennfltniction work Plymouth Lines Ellis National Director of LeagueJerry federal navigation project. 1th.,

((3)) Provide auiiiiblc areas for out local participation in costvit !

Whole disposing! of spoil and necessary (Continued from Page t-A. ) '

Project /retaining. dikes bulkheads and eiti- Ellis a national director able to receive hydraulic figures divisions would !sue them if they' President Kindred will confer I TWO TEACHERS AT

bankntnis.BfU '' WeiMl hail been In the automoftv tof the Imk Walton League of foi peal flood I lead in the"\ St. suffered flood damage" with Aldrich in the near future on I ORONO, MAINE
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business $99.
sfece I He
(( Continued from Page 1-A) mked the commission for hero from' Eau Gallic His wife came I is America and a member of the Lucie from the FCD via the Bagmeers It was reported that salinity revising the recommendation, he Two Martin Countv tcac ,,av
and
rocelved to to a '
permission go the Martin have shown that the
Keys chapter urged test upper are 'having it cool They h
( 'Im\iderable skepticism was ex 'Wuhllwith County Commission teacher at Parker Elementary County chapter Friday night to waters of the North and South said.The acknowledges with I enrolled at the University of !Mfle, "
pressed in unofficial circle: Chairman Frank Wacha to School He is a graduate of East "But it was like teeth" allow club
Okee- pulling to
as to continue efforts to get Lake Forks are now too salty $100 membership from summer !sessions! at Orono \u
why the county 8f oo11'agree to discus the entire inlet program Tennessee State UniyerlliwheN chobee water diverted to Everglades he declared. spawning, of fresh water bass thanks a : where "Down East iristcad ,n,
he Barr, winter sportsman.
maintain navigation with Paul Wacha i. received his B.S. in Industrial Lyman
Improvement Rep Rogers National Park which it suspected a* the reasonfor .
The combined total of St Lucie good use for ; Down South" temperatures m
which I is a 100 Education in 1953. He alto did "to be put to any
now vacation and win not
per cent federal on present marked decline of fishing -
ponlibifit re at the meeting gradual studio at Florid, State "The Everglades!" are dying for Canal, on the. South Fork, C23. a fit those fine sport waters. conservation.! ." I vaiK They are Helen M Kenmson

Originally, the Corps had University, Tallahassee! in Industrial lack, ot water he told members C-24 and C-25, he was informed "We formerly also that agricultural A picnic outing with wives I.t Is of Stuart Junior High School mj
agreed in the community room suspect L. Frcy of Hobe Sound
''O.'h Project estimated to cost ROLAND LUFIHR'S.: FISH Management. He fs tbirty-two, ',0'1 meeting 1Fir National Bank "It will be 25.000 cubic feet per sec chemical doused; on !farms planned by members for the October Alice .

124,000 with the federal government WERE FLAT AS FLUKES: a veteran of Army service In Korea, i is a- national tragedy Fires rage in ond-or three times the amount and groves are entering the rivers t ..meeting. Elementary.fRANES
where he was an artillery cfaTist poured on us when St Lucie "
$13.000 only said Kindred, "and asking
are
paying of
the cost ,Roland. luoder, Stuart Realtor Florida areas where there used to be a foot
md He has worked for Canal'' was going full .
the county $11,000. The last! further tests 10 that connection
,
corps who hat hn own handy tailing oc more of water
then agreed to maintain Power Corporation in itt Industrial "Wa warned then that further ." )
the chan dock in front of his home at Rocky Relations I Ellis said that the plan to "rewater" lANGFCRD'S
net Department and is an in
filling along the North Fort While it seem Impossible thatit
Point, was casting with I shrimptippcd with diversion! of
the
In the resolution! agreed I active member of the American park might result in flooding in residential could be happening in this part
the other he
on jig day when
from Conservation Area -
hv the commission Tuesday : Society of Training Directors having waters subdivisions but they pooh- of Florida on two streams once .
three
landed flounder.
He demonstratedthat
other stipulations were asked by I the a first catch fluke !served an a vice president of I,,3 "is doomed( to failure" becaiwof poohed it," said Kindred. "I asked termed the finest bass waters in IGGER
was no the demands for water -
that a.sociotion.Hollorid increasing
'the Corps: by reeling in four more. ,the South Florida metro- them what conditions might! be America-it may be that "put and QOfR
who came here from by like with hurricane tides and they take" fishing will have to be established RESTAURANTJENSEN ?
St. Petersburg on ,.10rida'i West t potion areas."' admitted that the water would! be here, planting bass from ,

Coast, and priorly from Virginia The local chapter and the very high. I told them that I hoped state hatcheries in the waters that BEACH, ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT

Registration Now for Fall Term i is thirty-nine, has a wide, background Florida Division have both urged : that the resident of those sub- once abundantly restocked them
/' in real estate tales and pro that a wide diversionary canal be selves. LANCFORD MARINA AND VILLAS

motional activities A graduate of constructed near Clewmton to go Possibility of embarking on an

Jack & Jill Virginia Polytechnic Institute" In southwest to Everglade National M. A. annual restocking program is being DINNERS) ONLY
Kindergarten 1950 with a degree Business Ad Park to take surplus Okeechobeewaters 1 Ramsey discussed with A. D. Aldrich. ,
ministration there-instead I of wasting S OPEN AT 5 PMFOR COCKTAILS
he has been active as \ I director of the Game &; Fresh;
591 OSCEOLA ST. sales manager for ,a largo real I them to sea via St. Lucia Canal Joins Murphy Water Fish Commission. e DINNERS Dally}'Seven Day a Week-* to 10 p.m

estate firm for the last two years, and the Calomahntchee! (if any Donald Diet reported that the LUNCHES DISCONTESUFD; FOR SUMMER

a period in which he accounted lake waters do go down the Caloosahntchec Game & Fresh', Water Fish Corn a SPECIAL, SUMMER PRICES OS MENU

Mrs Ben Fulton' Jr. for more than $2,000.000 in, sales, ). In Real Estate mission hw requested the Engineer
mostly' homes lit. the $30,000- In that connection, a disquieting to place the new dike which "IT'Ilere the Stars AI eet'FLORIDA- *
TEL.I 287-.3523' bracket and above report was made that there in no wilt northward from Port Ma- -
BOX
WRlTEi ?94, STUART go
at Moore Haven where M. A. Ramsey! who recently
.. Holland worked for the' Florida spillway yaca ".. close to the road as pos
.
-- ---- ,
----- .. Ofceechohee leaves
--
-- --- the Waterway resigned a* president of Fort "
-- -
Power I sible. Dietz. who M a member of
Corporation at St. Petersbur :
the lake on its westward course Pierce Port and Terminal Company I I I the FCD Recreation
| three-county
as right-of-way agent, and !
COOL to the Gulf.Membera remaining as a director, M now Committee, said "I believe this
earlier had his :
OONoiI" own real estate recently at the site reported associated with, Hoyt A. Murphy,
Ii: tiA AIR CO agency at Norfolk Va. He served is a mistake It is all right to place
that there ill a boat lock Realtor
the road north
in the Army from 194) the levee close! to
iIUDJI: MATINEES ,1946. through at Moore Haven, but no spillway Ramsey, who retired as a colonel i I of Chauncey Bay but from Port Is Nationally Known for

__. _..;..._ ____FR.._SAT,. SUN._ The Stuart News joint the community and it was noted that the EngineerCorps' from his World War I and Korean I Mayaca to that spot enough land
I in welcoming this new enterprise widening and decpcnmt of Conflict service has long been should be left between the road Its Delicious Key Lime Pie
Starts' Thursday as evidence of Martin the Caloosahatchee will not relieve associated with Fort Pierce harbor and the dike to provide recreational
the load carried by St Lucie Canal BUT
development. and access"MARTIN
ALL DAY PREMIERGet County's continuing growth. use
unless a large new spillway
He Identified with. Fort
was HAVE YOU TRIED OUR
I i I. constructed
Your Advance Tickets MORE ABOUT President Charles Kindred reported Pierce Properties, an official of COUNTY'S

NO lit' : \ that he had finally been which Fort Pierce developed Development South Fort Company Pierce ONF-STOP Pineapple Lime Parfait Pie?

,, ONLY CAPACITY SOLD'e Trailer Tracts Beach and with Surf ide Proper BOOK BIBLE and

1 ae.....*e. *Ie11/t//I Ie1 ***e.aeee.*...* : ties Inc.. developers of Surfside. RECORD Shop is... We Guarantee It's the Rest

; Water SewageTo Sailfish Club Murphy commented, "i am very

i happy to have Colonel Ramsey associated 1 VALENTINE'SBOOK You'll Ever,: Taste -
bicdpe I with our organization
Be Gives Buttons
Studied manager of our new office in AND RECORD SHOP Milan's RestaurantNEXT

Fort Pierce Hotel building a'i 329 EAST OCEAN' BLVD.

: sMrqIJ; rrstu ,lenQdthilBlttwsactfonpackedfllm! i (Continued from Page I-A) And CitationsStuart "Waterfront and industrial' Clneed All Day Wednesday TO BOWLING ,LANES, JENSEN BEACH

perties are becoming more .. .
-- -- -- >
t Department sanitarian to survey Sailfish Club has Issued more popular m the Stuart Jensen I

I..t in a development along the South citations: and buttons to the following Beach Vero Beach, and Fort

.ti i Fork of the St. Lucie River, to fishermen through the Stuart Pierce areas In my opinion, no I

determine if a planned expansion Chamber of Commerce office: realtor in Florida i III better qualified I CORAL GARDEN BOWLING LANES

:L of homes will create a water and Carol Avery Glenview, III, seven- than Colonel Ramsey to deal
s a r sewage problem. foot three-inch sailfish; Robert In such properties.1Montreal '

'Brand : What action, if any, would be Turner Stuart, eight-foot I-inch ? I

: II9Rd W Mow Donn taken should the Health Department sailfish, while fishing aboard the r
now plus your report show problem in "Bil-Be," with Capt Bill Todt. in on a geological Home '
SMlllS ? fault that could set off earthquake ofKING
': 'A ; drainage Bell did not say. But R. C. Query, Winter Beach an i

I: hvoritn! *. it would be logical to surmise that seven and one-half-foot sailfish, a* devastating as the one I
MMMtftftfll. UNITED MTIITI a central this spring in Alaska. It runs
and
sewage water system while fishing aboard the "Cartune,
4. biti tat piss1.+rT it wlglod .kMk aHM... hut UnMMM/ M...*, : might be called for. with Captain Louie LunnAif through a major portion of Quebec :

I \.t .. Central water and sewage(! ,ty*, H. 4gt1crson, JLUvilanlic), ; : Province but there has not -
Keenssince there'I
) t tcmt and' Jlo"'oUl1'1Iallal' .ii a severe earthquake
\ Maxis
f. e saiKwh, wbile-iifishingMilMard i! the Garden
CI1...... ,.aaf.. h saga. 4t.j i.at/t.e*....* County trailer porks Several' have "Gulfstream" 'with Captain Von the'17th century.; i CJpral

Star -- such systems because of the concentration Jourdan. LeGAL ADVtKTIStMENT j I Bowling Lanes

s Sunday of trailers. on small tote Nelson Weaver Greenville OF THE ,
NOTICE "Goliath Just how far the County administration S. C, seven-foot 6-Inch sailfish, ZONING ORDINANCt ryENgp 'sV offers
and the
Vampire"AU Is prepared to go on while fishing aboard the "Spray STUABT. FLORIDA.I: I
NOTICK III HKRKBt GIVr-4 tiT THK
>0 establishing central water and sewage II," with Captain Ray Young CITY COMMI8HION\ Of THe: CITY (1"1 I LANESINVITES .r

"Comedy of Terrors" systems has not been laid. But I Citations issued for sailfish and STUART. FLORIDA OP INTENTION, J $$1,000
KM ,
TO AM IV nRMNANCH NO tf
For several months/ the county has other! varieties of fish went to: Milton AS AMkNPFD. UMNO: TIIPC CITY I

.. been divided by Into L. Stribktand, J!., Winter Park ZONING( OROIibNf.W""REIN TIIB"IIRPJNAJl'Tt1t for 300 games
: : ; bkHCRIlmD!: !: PARCH0V
-- drainage district on county maps.In samisn; Joseph :S. Richardson LAND 1H TO' UK!: KR.XONED e-I. e

I I the long view, as urban!' development Melbourne sailfish, ,While. fishing :TUB PAMK NOW BEING. all VII JJ-j.
AND THlt VARrrt OF f AND BOWLERS $100
control of
spreads more
aboard the ( .
1 BOX OFFICE OPENS 6i4SSIIOtVTIMK "Crulbtream IM TO HB RK K<#4M> 1'.| III MOKK
' r sewage disposal and water supplies Colin Brain, Daytona Beach PARTICULARLY DEHCRm;H A3

: 7)30) in the county 1. bound Id be a thirty-two-pound eight-ounce triple, ..1 PNLI.oWRI\..oot.aI..st Intents. used 5. Loll TO JOIN or SPONSORA for 260 games
necessity* taifc Robert Arthur Luedde StLouis. I.* I...'......, murk I*. Lt t 1111lnchl.lv.
It has also been known and I Mo.. sixteen-pound false I .. 10, late JI-IO hi..lu.lv WINTER LEAGUE Recent winners
.
.i'-I..I' Lot I "* C. BlwkI
Wednesday and Thursday stated, for month that the county i albacore: Mark Arthur Luedde, St. *. Lot ." '", Block. I*. M. t Woody Woods 268

lOc ADMISSIONS lOc would like to have tighter i control Louis, Mo., six-foot! sailfish, while 1 .DONAIDB rwnriM; PUB IIUmUVIKION Bex-M J. Pen u It Vrr, PUntNOTlrKJM pIM>: st Carl Coiigaaima, 269J.

over areas where extreme. drainage fishing aboard the "HowJce," with rlarh C.. ly Scott I 261
see problem existPossibly Captain Bill Burdge. rfttRMlV'CIVIN, to all '
S AD Received Sloe Sanctioned
ponou lot.st.A th l th* City Com- MONDAY 7 P.M.
some Indication of what Ivan E. Beyers, Leesburg, seven- ml.l. of Ih. Vlly at Htnw< Florida, .mm

"THE GREAT ESCAPE"ALSO i I" planned by the county wilt N foot eight-iikh sailfuh and a seven- .......9t.Id..4.*UiM R.M>M"d..N_wkltjli 4.,_In' to..b.t.01'1I1..ft. _.- Hurricane League

discussed! at the Thursday night foot 6-inch sailfish, while fishing .. No. lea, M ...!!!!*!!. Mint th. 16 Teams Ladies
r meeting. aboard the "Spray II." ollnr OnllnMM mt tn. Cory .* ours Handicap AH
... Leagues Bowling
r.1..rld.._will" dnd. .efte" .tk Sd M Pres. Delores Plezia
"FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA"i'riday MORE ABOUT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT _,00.d C.1 1110 _. ... hoIwo" eased at Coral Garden receive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 5.1. and Ito. p.rsal or 'katd wAl.d' I. = TUESDAY, 7 PJVt

-- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, INAND .5...s.-nosed. C-l..U..sort parllculwrilMrt .
Sunday Women Suing on Af MARTIN IN CHAMCEAVBORTON COUNTY, Low. M I..loll.* I.tludvl, Blork. S, ..... Sportsman League FREE BANQUETS
Saturday .
: I Ivan | 1 Isehl.Blank l*. MU 1S-IS 16 Teams-Men Handicap
Fft "lt sYmna' huilu, ..hr, Block It, tM. lt In.tluilv .
'Wrong Horse'Continued AND LOAN/ AHIMMHATIONUnltoi *. cleat ,IS. UM 1 and a. Bleak. Pres. AL Fontune
a OtalM ft AJ M** 11, LnU I.aells./ .. "Hlork 14. My.DONALD'a SAVE $300 to $400
eutuivialote Plot'seated
Vorpnnjiort, I M ear
( from Page I-A) PloloUIL. In Plot B*.* L pu..M, Pats WEDNESDAY PJVt.
I_ (' .'.. 'Iorlot.
log $12,500 damage for Van w !).r"M a. WRAD, n.Md Said .....1.00...... __4." u... aoalne0151nr..Ul Commercial League Use, this Money for Your
; RITA A, W"AD, 1.. adonwA M tiI. 1111
Derelto produce the right horse, a.N..5 .K.. I dot of PwIanMv, 114.. M S to>slap. 16 Teams-Men Handicap
.... League Prize Fund
fi.f.nil.nt {.> <* Ik* City Oonmluloa ml MCiw
and also for Van Deren to take the .
NOTICE/ TO API'KAHIMV W tl.a.l. riorid M 1 55M. Pres. R. Rhettom
horse they now have and its PUmlCATIONITO M "' .t Mm *lijMtlM are ,.S'r *o4Unir
pay
... .
I WILLIAM a. Wit AD. J*). fMT.PKNCK saw". N k H u shy. Onllnk THURSDAY 7 P.M. CALL 2S7LSJ43 FOR INFORMATION
expense .. .
UNKNOWN Mil an'A A. k uM kw MMM.N
Mrs. Underwood' husband, WtKAi) lie sip sas'&tKNCLUNaNdwNA Tllo. Uf. .U too .k* uklUlw4'. lw. Port St. Lucie Mixed Couples JOINING
/ mrteaM
.tssa In tk Alum M I.nI
iE _(I' Howard who has owned/ several .. >.M>4 Uto. IMk *.* of Amrwl. ..... Joe Stiec->\ Bowllnf A_. willtfcWIy ;
racehorses at different times, insist 1:.... .a dl' .II ... Mmra, ...... ./ tN1Afb M.casay FRIDAY, 7 Ml.
.* that DO two hone are identi a.. MHtdsaa .... .... 1,. "'-.... A. Oil, CkH-A4l.oml Mixed hk yo s wfch-. *.tafonnarto* jw.
., Night
t' : ..... .. ff5wl cup alrn. Friday Couples
8._ cut, and, thai the identification WILLIAM.Float "'*5. .r.-.I.WKAIK I J*. Pbllnlin OIMI 4.. .iS may .... Cal before S P.O.1(744191 after

-Tsar. mark contained on their paperashould r. aria A. WRAD p.... 21'7.1911.
.. NOTICE OP iNTtNT
.
dbea r tntrt, dwl.a,
J, rrrwr
ALSO settle any dispute." Under IMaa..wdi1o, 20111114 ORDINANCE
maintain that Ce: := mk u4 ItUART FLORIDA 0 32 Brand New of Pins for
wood aho stoutly M to as sets League Bowling
ONLY KWWN ONE'UKE.:?:! ., ..koidMI pasWaals anlanalIMine NOTlCa m masks mvtt sit TRY
the dam's pedigree i la 9pol' cent .
CITY COMMIDHION OP THB CITY Or
of the value of a none, sod that's .... .aII.... _. ......... RTUART. FLORIDA' Or INTLNT1ONTi Full fledged Brunswick mechanic-John Raber on duty at !
: : his wife and Mrs.. Panaro 4nf..il...u, m* to mmt* .M >U mlwtimmt > AMEND ORKINANCB NUk area A*
why _.._ m .mmowm, k.'"'* mmMMhi >k.O BIllNU TH* Clrr'e all League times.Constant .
I want the colt out of Londonderry. to kw "mr mates,. ttth hk lONINQ okniMANfK! w .

'iDCHA ,"E I Well, happy landings (oik*. You Mrrs Et. .M.kl.se..li h Uw Ito foUo nkjMt. sawn 4 ;U4vrtiMrtr. ..f.Mrd..tyIni OP HkREINArrtR SAMC TO..,DKKCRIk.HK .'K.1ONKU PAICLATat ..*. Attendant at Control. Desk
know what The .lai : RKI"Ht IONKD"' *-l-A.
I Musia Goe I'i: "t.'TO' sotsurPOwN: : V SiT PAIL ADDITION*. tf TIII\ sr.uEoxe, k INItwMO

RSTfUlIIN I and it come out where! ? Houston (... .. tot. Plot lk_ w .Mir nrnnlta I ATICIIJUU.Y! DeIesiaso .u PROFESSIONAL BALL FITTINGS ANYTIMELENNY
and Valor Tex., or Palm City ki FM Is1A.5P.Mqtl roixuw
IM M4 t. .
S hwk RIYUUIDBNOTNat
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Mw. Pulps 5. t4..t Mwil OMM PARt ea pot Pin ,.4.4 M. Plat, FALST 17 PERFECT: JWJ GAMES I
TAUfset Ignaal j future twl,4l.. U. sse Ra.1 4 ,... U. Mauls C.satr.
.iltIIt.--.lacad. twlllrt --- Fuel cell designedtor hM ... IkMVWI.k.lMbie M>4 tMMkW mmmnr.tMWM ,.1.... t FREE INSTRUCTIONS ED GRIFFITHS, 1.. FAUST. C. TAJBL
tilt Mar. Nary tusk.. N..el, : manned space flight combine oxy.gait 55. 1Io fumbklH*. / : m MEMBf OIVRH k.. Ut
: .
II : : l toMU4, tkM' ". OMIM
and to produce not IanM .sasW4 M.11as r1 Clip
hydrogen ......... .... .. sp= ft U* lltx ml >*to.
A $IDrePlNKProductioaPANACOLDRAND'PreS ltodB t WARNEREROS.. II only electro power but also water. YnU AKD"lfcsC- Or TOW m 1.IAt k*> .*.... ..R AiilM wkkGIs:; ..b. Coral Garden has taken every step possible to make your
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5.5115.4 .... preatd. IS M
Theoretically: only need an be emergency aboard w sass_v.a..4 Phd.swt ...nMa5a ...., nHUUMl If... .-., .. _as ...... I.M. 55. bowling this winter pleasant and satisfactory
chinking aupply put ,al' 9m4 mmrk ., pas ea fnMilnM ft Iola ItnUmui 15 tk> Cap
for a space caplule.a.crew. I ran r M nb.v.d..AM4ur.aMtp Isi riorU* "iU MeaaM .. tk.t 1.:2=

fie Wit K FEARED as JACK SLAK V$ WYATT EARP! 1 lead IM abw..lyhnsus II ... ... Mrobr,rmt Mt4.....'w M and IUk .kwiwt.eased drsadb.4'I. 55. pwd a... :! '>. : REMEMBER
COMPLETE REPAIRS M AMns lOP ._ .......... __lYe i a>I A. Md *k.' >w..* *f ki.4 I* asM
wMk tk* Clvdl. .* .... mmivm !....<.a t k> mmn -= ..r You may enjoy the finest in Food and Beverages anytime
CONSi'VCiIONI II..... CtowM. OoH: mm* .. sea,. mm* *7>>M>. mt ...k 4.._ mr wkw m>.ml iFbwllir 1---. mm* a. tkMk .. urtasrol SPACI :rn. MEAT. BALLS
spea sat FtalmlfTi Allnnnt.W UK. g..pot. .. rkii -. jni. IQ slot HOMEMADE SAUCE; IMPORTED: TOMATOES. 99
>U.BH Mluil n Mk "; W.N .....-
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c..o<' swap1, IMdA, Iota e.s ... ..... M:4 soI.a "THE FLVMES"Ecry
I Iy pap of ".= IMA .Is.Sass M a sp 14 Oadr..tr.tleaM .I
Posies M 5.0.5 4. Friday& Saturday Nights for Your Dancing Pleasure
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JENSEN I Zone Change Approved # r : .t
BEACH NEWS

i I Industrial Area Will Be Aided by Road Change II
MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN. comspomient AT '-17'"

----- I On Ocean Boulevard -

Veterans of WAV Mr. and Mrs Price plan to The Army Cwrps! of Engineers the locks, south of the present their tictlitit. as. a result of the ready has... intkiMrtal.rvpe fairililies

has given Martin' County pwmis. road and also smith of industrial ililinnunt. I in the
drive to Chatham with the children i \ area
Are Quite ActiveA Progress md "additional revenue the John PAB.E.offered Stiller. Ir hirmmof skit to re-align. A roM bordering I plants in the area. 111 Is now moth I included in' the group are: Dick.
the the
for the Cildefeated <'p nu>n thttt on the St Uicie. Canal In order to used b>' fishermen. crson, Inc.. now constructing ap The statue atop the Capital l in
special wishes of 90 cent of nearby East Ocean BI'ule.Int devefcp I
meeting of the 2nd per must -
District W W I Veteran WOMEN'S AM":' PARTY I residents in a forty.five minute aNt that it an111.1n1 t developas allow industrial rtjMhWlon. along The Corp agreed to the reallfnment I ;asphalt mix plurt: Trarl-\at" .* Washirton was modeled in Rome
,
was between Rood and
he canal Ixwp Urexliiing .
I afl. County f""n..rFftod Co which plant to oM
held at Riviera Beach battle Hall! Mon. ntftktentlal rr"I''rI'I ; aA Arrtericah aosilt'Stir.. Thofitas
Beach. Sunday The Jensen! Women's Association rezoning at City current Lock ROM! hell and Pannih.! and Zoning struct oil ices, service building" (Mamiiinu I: hy .
July 2t.th. Barracks No M4, Jensen Beach, at its club house result! was that the CityCommission Eventually Commissioner Sims I I
maintained lees
but ted the lackson I
by Corps in
were invited August 17, with Mrs Dorothy unanimously proponed, and Commissioner Wil- right-ofway MM i\peclcJ to locate in the Etruscan burial urns dating to
2nd DtHtrict Commanderkeny Kalb and 'Mrs. Carol Sandell as the recommendation of approved the Han P Tilt seconded; .i: motion the county ville Friday.Several rca I. d i house "boat construction I the fourth or fifth centuries B.C

H: >Uv co-hostesses. Planning Advisory Board that Lots that the Commission accept the The rte* road! will be located firms In the industrial flrn.no. a mnrina. I have been found near Perugia.Italy .
Of reco.,mendition ol the between the Arundel Shops and toned ana nn expected trt expandMen's The nmdcl orpontion al. ty 'nh.I.'iI: !
interest to Barrack 854 Wit Reservations may be I to 8 inclusive Block 1 1. Section Manning -_ __ .-- -- ---- - ---
-- ---- -
tbfls ajjnointrnent of Commander calling Mrs Kalb at AT 7.094 I I. St Lucie Estate, be rezoned boon and grant the cloning The

Phil' Klrse an Deportment Dep- or Mrs. Sandell at AT 74187. from R-l to R.2 to permit the mock carried Atb'rner.. TOughurson '
tity r laqrwctor and Al Ferguson as The public is Invited construction of a medical professional read the rdt'\' ant ordinance [
2nd District Budget and Finance building. No. 390, which passed oil)

Officer Mrs. John Herrmann former The property lies on the north' first reading. The second reading ORAND OPENINCEL'

Other members of Barracks 854 resident of Jensen Beach now side of East Ocean Boulevard opposite i* !scheduled for M'ndal.) \ Aug, 24COMPItFSRFPORrUN .

who attended were Senior" Vice living in Port St Lucie is sponsoring Hospital Pond and immediately --- -

Commander Charks J. Diffen- a benefit card party for east of Palm Beach Road SPINY LOBHItR) I I\SK .
dal who is also blood hank chair- the soon-to-he-\tabli\hed Episcopal Seven of the eight lots in the block

man and James Clark also! Jr. Mission In Port Sc lucie. The are owned by Mrs Aura Fike I Ross \\ilham has ,just returned '
Vice Commander of the 2nd District affair wilt be held at the J Port St. Jones who requested the zoning from a week at the Florida' Conservation '

Lucid Marina Tuesday August chinge i Department \ Marine I'

Attending from Auxilicry 854 18 at I p.m. ; A group of residents of an ad.I Laboratory at St. Petersburg!. where : EBBAT'-; I I II II '

were Senior Vice President, Eleanor Those wishing to make reservations jacent three-block area, who had he made a preliminary report on I\ I I\ : !I \ I I : II
Diffendil: Julia Clark ban. may do so by calling Mrs presented a petition a..lntho rezoning I the progress of the spiny' lobster I : i I

ner bearer. and Helen Ferguson, Dorothy Kalb, at AT 7-0946( at the Commissions last i imeel1n research project here The report( I i .I .
trustee The Auxiliary was con. There will be dessert table and voiced will be published in the quarterly I

gratulated on the receipt of a door pr 1.ts. Donation 50 cents. based' mainly on the fact journal of the Academy of
certificate of 100'plus member. there were a number of objection"1 Sciences In November \\ ithnm C

ship that was presented at the After spending approximately a lots further west there took a week of his vacation to FRIDAY L. E SATURDAYDISCOUNT
the data.
convention in Orlando. This is month visiting relatives and | to extend R.2 zoning further easton i compile '___ r
the second consecutive; year that friends in Traverse City, Mich Fast Ocean Boulevard Such I I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
this honor hat been awarded to i rezoning, the group said would depreciate I -
Mrs li
Joseph Ktlng back on the:! isi run' c MII 11 r i 0111' nr run
Auxiliary 854 Job in the local office. property values in their Kisiru Ji iu i u i%
post ilIt'T\ \ ;
The regular I niceting and pot. Mrs. Kling wa accompaniedby I area.Mayor .Att.'.....t..11\lOH. l\ til (XI Mil ARMY\ NAVY\
-
Auxiliary her son Raymond, her mother Ray Cooke) stated that No nx-i
real
he had made extensive )
Inquiries i"l.
MM Marian Senske, and .ntlon nf >
Beach CaAseway on July 17th was Genevieve since the last Commission,, meeting I I.lln''ItS!!: :smv, i
WnjihlA and h.ld ascertained t''hll' UIMo1I1U.111.. .$. 1 **r
attended by fifty members and Mf'I'I' that two and CYNTHIA' \NSIriiBSTErt tCIIn5ItOt1'N STORES .t ..
-
friends Clued of honor was 2nd lots further west on the boulevard \ Stun",.. tins
District Commander Henry Hill' surprise birthday picnic hid asking prices of $18.(XX) and : I '
and Mrs Hill of West Palm held recently on the Jensen Beach I Icau'iCway 545.000. He suggested that no one K, Thrlr.1OTIIt'ii Hi:, n.,iuUKSi thr-i, \ )Itw57tUF11 > .
Beach by her neighbors in I could afford to build residences STUART SHOPPING CENTER

Eight members of the local Barracks Pepper Park honoring Mrs Freda I f on property with such price.. and rl' :IM" HIM'MITII'list : ,
and auxiliary attended a Scvhlimm on her birthday. I pointed out that a professional' nv rrlirnix: run timrriox.

social night at the Port St. Lucie Guests included Mrs. Walter building on R-2 property was an TO JAMKHFSIK'" ('llhJ: UOAillrr.n \\,\ '
Barracks July 23. Bunco was lauer. Mrs. Harry Cireif. Mrs improvement over such a structure "' .. I laa u, .. \\il1,",",uhh< Welcoming Store No. 35 In Titusville!

played and prizes were won by Sam Sunquigni. Mrs Fred Muttcrbach as a gas. service station which {SIS nlisnniuil.:I MilimnHi::: I'' lull:I I'1I..,nn f .
.
Helen Ferguson' Julia Clark and Mrs Mae Filson Mrs might be built in the area in a few TONAnIt SOTI.'IF.Ii i I ,
\
1IIUII HY
Laura Duryea. J. Houghton and Mrs. Arthur years time if the area were rezoned that a I'plll\.n him. hi,'ti fllvt" In
Barracks 854 is proud to relate Eckstrom. commercial A professional build. thn" (him .ljl,1! <'nun li:, l HKHTKH Collar Stlc} ,
I AUTHI It IU tu5N1'CI: for tha .
that member Harry Heritage ins would be an asset Cooke said InnlUn! of H\\ll\ I | HIK8 LIFETIME ALUMlkuM'TRELLISES
donated the plants that grace the' BilHish Research and the city would benefit from hams, JsMHH t1IIW, ; rilKfi:: .. KNIT
.
and t'YS"III' ANN (HWH
new flu pole on the Jensen cause the extra income in taxes ltrlu's ",In..'.. hih. 1"1 II,In"..'.
way. This donation helps considerably Is Now Under Way Commissioner Arthur E. Sims I'IIKHfEII: AIITIII'It I..'\\ IlIeS'M.and Fan ah.p.d| ..r rtctsmgulirailunslnam '
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to beautify the surroundings staled that the impending rau sera tquird In urvn SHIRTS t IIf.Unt. trtlllittr
growth ropy of four Annoor or ) *
A group of scientists from the of Sewalls I 10 alinw, rauan why llrh I vllllnnihoitld :
Point. Port Sewall and '
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arid Institute of Marine Science nnl b<> arnnlpl. nn. .lhr *ttornwr ,. .... m ,
The next regular meeting particularly Hutchinson Island .
for tatlilimor I LM,1y: T.iK'
pot-luck supper of Barracks and University of Miami are searching would lead to East Ocean Boulevard Ml, I1. U lira*, i |Intl.1 si;Iu.rt; ,, ii,,, t'oiiin>
Auxiliary 814 will be held on the the tropical Atlantic for the a state road becoming nffli-o Ida. and nf Ma Iho th I''li.'rkCoirt .I..t".1. xr. .hp In,trllll! I It r khlrtt art full cut fur grtal.r ..Iull." t. hi any l nIii.,.
causeway Friday, August 21 at spawning grounds of the blue mar1m four.laned and having (trucks: en nr .bi.tnrti Mint 'nilirr 21 romfiirt, and tmigtrwrar. bUmi.
3 p.m All members are Urged to and for more data t on sailfish going backwards.. and forwards all 11)44. )flBUKIV rAtl !NOT or a rwwrm-. 'I hI" '" mitrhlntwmhuhtft lay t>r .

attend. Bring table service and Operating from the institutes day1. .',i. (..,"r., -.... x III hi ,. n I r d Asserted Mildcolon.
also covered-dish vessel John Elliott Pillsbury 'This would aa.ln.lW11'Nn' inn. I
beverage a research zoning change not
'$$ mr hand mil (hf fallSr l ZIpper opening' al
In case of inclement weather, i the biologists will work in be soot zoning.** Sims averred "If ( said I.ntirl 1 In Stuart, rfnflitn i iIhl.
meeting will be held at the Community i the Gulf Stream and northeast people can't build what they want Illh'. \Sn day nf AUKIIHI. .:, A.II. I'U. : nrrk.
i Center : into the Sargasso! Sea surrounding .in the city they'll go outside I 11..:riK; DP ('II\"I'IT ('Ol'RTI $$3,95
Bermuda. Samples of the plank. don'I see why we should hold back ill \fW.trp..' ,fcW1TOt I

MRS. SPFTZ ENTERTAINS I tonic and other marine life will progress in Stuart for those who II. Kv.n.
entertainedwith be taken from depths as far as come here from the rent of the (CIMS/IPCsuiL. .:/: ( M.nl> I UCTANBUUA UItT1iANTIAILLI kTNCLLI

Mrs.a dessert-card Frank Spetz party Thurs two miles or more. world. Pub $AUK.pt.tnbnr; II; ni.t t\\.unit(. I $

day, Aug 6, at her home on Skyline Specimens will also be captured NOTICE or INTENT"' to AMIIIID Z'IINr.!' O.DINANCL"' "' I I /5- 11"B.A2IHW. 1
Drive *I by nishtjjtttmt I ) using a submerged I ? .r r orfaJY OF 5TUART FI.O.IO" ,...,,. ,

Her guests included:. Met Jos fight to attract\ organisms which 1- NriTlfK: IK IIKRIHV: OrVKN: RY : CnMMlJWIOM, Or ,,THN $
Pcrlbcrger Mrs. Jack Kuh Mrs : arc dipped Attain nets I ('ITY OK STUART, 5IAINIUA OK IIIIT'lIllTIUN, TO AMKNll OHIUNAM KNO
l" tu, AN AMItNDMI HriNO THK The billfish research of : UMIIINAMJC SI" II.1 u"W.
Leroy Heppe Mrs. Fagcne ; part along WHrRKIN: Twit HKHKINAfTFR llPmHIIIKTi: PAHtrlM OP |.AHt: >
Grimm. Mrs Chris Kalb Mrs -range study of the distribution ARK!; TO HR RK.ZONKU! Al Ha RrlNAKTK UtT MIRTH. Tilt CAMS

John Herrmann and! Mrs. Robert 1 -migration and growth stagesof I NOW PARCKIa liltiNG OF IONKU I.AND WHICH All HKHKINArTKn Ask TO IIF1' HKT KB:.XONI.II.,..1I1'M.ARK AND MONK THC
MacFarlane. marlin and sailfish, involves a f AKTK'ULARLY UK8CKIBICO A. FOU.owa,

High score! prizes' were won by I search for eggs, larvae and Juvenile IONING "ANon rOMM'IIJlD,. : RT TNR .UININO nYIIII" HOARD Men's Summer Sportswear 40 Ft. x 4 In. AlumJn m LAWN EDGING
Mrs Kuhn and Mrs. Heppe and fishes. AIIIII III.II..IITTIIJ TO THI CITY ('(5MM1NION MI A'\I''fIllN

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jPcrlhcrger and Mrs MacFarlane _
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: Sl1JARf ((1r1a.1) NEWS ThuMay, Auamt 13, 1964.. I ."" .. 'f:\<" "''.,/
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70.7S Expected _to Turn Out for First Practice Tuesday I ..ju
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'Could Be Better Team Than 1959' ;





Coach's View of Win-Hungry Tigers ? .,. .

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,t There good news for the !
faithful at last! ;

'fi Martin County Senior High I I
Athletic Director Bob Collins I
looking forward to the start ot
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YS |I football practice on Tuesday! Aug
18, said Friday We may not
1 : have outstanding, individuals, butas
a team our 1964 squad couldbe I
as good or even better than that
of 1959:'

(Intending players, please note
that was the last time the Tigers
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1 had anything even remotely ap "
f. S An M1 'M
proaching. a winning team) 'w
pia e It will depend entirely on our '' '
boy1- altitude:' went on Coach ,. w
Collins. "There will be a returning
letterman for every position, <
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MARTIN COUNTY '. \1-, '" -

I 111GERS! 1964 GRID ,_ .

I SCHEDULE NEW EAST LANE Of L. S. 1 GErS BINDING COURSF CHORE 1LESDW OPENL-SC

Sept Okcechohce (h) nc
Oct. 2--Scacrest (a)
Oct 9-Palm Beach (h) City Manager Ctowder Briefs/ City Com mission on.
Oct. 16-Fort Pierce (a) ,
Oct 23-Belle Glade (h)
.. Oct. 30( -Pahokee (a) in
Featured
Nov 6-Vero Beach (h) Streets Water Drainage Report

Nov 13-Forest Hill (a) ,
Nov 20-Lake Worth (h) ..
Nov 25-Riviera Beach (a) Street, water and drainage were mean that such property would betaken i, mains on Sewalls Point, Crowder' still to be installed! across Frillier

I I *.......,.., featured in City Manager!! Joe up by the streets, Crowder I. said, and everything, had checked I Creek Bridge
said out satisfactorily I I Crowder sought, and obtained,
ANGLIR: AND CATtlli Mac Stuckey, of Stuart, holds one of the snook he caught recently in the I I I most of them seniors who have Crowder's report to City Commission A sidewalk In front of East All water lines on U S. I were the Commission s authorization to I
C.2} canul near Paint, City. Asked about the hat, he replied "It'I my lucky hut I catch 'em when I 1 been pluyiing together through junior Monday. Stuart Elementary School would in position he said except one I II I contact the State Road Department
I wear it I high and B squad for six years Work on new paving hid. begun be installed in cooperation with about l 30(1( feet long. which _had i I in a further effort to correct ,
-- --- e now Monday, Crowdcr said the first the Board of Public Instruction, I drainage problem on Palm City
"The nucleus of seniors Pine Street SRD M!
strong Road and
. j Dock Regulations State should have the support of some streets to be treated being McPherson Crowder added Public :I refused! once to do anything about
Hearings
Ace Wins 24.4 Beginning
.5 ; Officials i of the best. young prospects in several and Seventh. The work should The citty manager reported that 1 the matter, Crowder said, but now
Go
the'
for
to of the
This will be of continue ts"o" hout streetsin moat equipment
years one our : twenty he would ask them to reconsider\
Keeps Slow;'Lead. At the of Commissioner Six-mile PavingOn biggest squads for some seasons, i the city he added! I second filter at the city's water I Set on ZoningBy because! he could show them shot
request treatment plant at Palm Beach
: : and w< should be able to build onto He pointed out that offset grading water from U.s. 1 was cutting unto
William P. Todt,
City Manager Road and Tenth Street had now
Ace retained its lead! in Martin Jot Crowder will furnish each Martin RoadA i club a good strong defensive ball l l markers had been slaked out arrived, and that work should begin i iI Stuart BoardCity the streets and adjoining, property,

.: ; County Slow Pitch Softball Leaguethis member of the City Commission "1 fully expect to see between on Home resmenis property, no that I soon I
with a set of regulatons for the $178,744 to widen the slake would not be disturbedby City water hud been carried by I
virtue of
week,by a 24-4 rout project I. seventy and seventy-five boys turn Commission will conduct Drinking, Cussing
of Jtiyeees on Frida control of the city dock at the six-mile: segment of Suite Road out for the varsity and B squad," the road work Thid did not Southern Gulf Utility, Inc. to test I II three
of First Street.Commissioners public hearings on proposed Jail Terms
foot
714 Martin in Mar Brings
Highway Collins
on concluded ,
The same evening Pros sustained I will the gapes giaw. s., 1 rezoning at its regular meeting on
.. study I is to be started I
tin County expected Coach Collins will be assisted
; a 12-11 upsctt at the ham.l'of' 1 14, 8
In for discussion Monday Sept at and John Coo-
regulations preparation pm Stuart McGahee
Kiwanls this week, the State Road Department by J. C Williams and Cliff Rol-
Third-plac. GA were ltd at the next regular meet. has announced. I I lins and, he hopes, another couple INDIANTOWN NEWS 1 The areas concerned are, generally ly both of Little Dixie, drew fif
easy I II
ing on Monday, Aug 24 f ; those bordering U.S. I J. to teen-day mil terms from Judge
of assistant coaches
winners over Kiwanis Monday District 4 Road Board member at present unnamed -
I 1- _. I be rezoned commercial in most Harry F. 'Dyer in municipal court
John M Monahan said the project I T
Miami Beach police departments extends from Male Road S-76- !. Here the way the prospects I cases; McDonald Subdivision, Tuesday, the former for public intoxication
, .': -' t. 1.: every 10,000 residents, the highest. a point west of the Sunshine I I. to be held at the new Martin County Green came to spend tome time Indiuntown, now of Palm Beach, Park in north Stuart, from R-IA profanity
I.
,'Ace: IT'Uimdy 2 proportion of any tourist. city. Atlantic Slate Parkway 'near Stuart I Senior High practice field I I with her husband Reverend M, D. visited with Miss Carol Yoder, to R-2, Two fines were imposed and one
.. 10 3a City with forty three and Work on the project includes Eighteen returning lettermen, Durrance who is conducting the re : Thursday through Sunday While Full details of the proposed bond entreated in traffic cases, and
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GA 9 7 Washington, D C.. with forty two widening the existing road to provide I. all seniors unless otherwise! staled; vival at Dunklm Memorial Baptist here Miss- Baker sang at revival changes are contained in legal ad- tingle cases! of operating ithout
:a. : !,Pros,.., "7, ...9.' 6 per 10IKJO) are next two ten-foot traffic lanes Ends Johnny Wood and Billy Church They are staying at the services' at the Dunklm Memorial I vcrtiscments!! elsewhere in today I an occupational license and of(opu

w .. ,,11I:1',11"-i.: :_""...//00/ *. .t. U.IJa4m Dickcr'on, loa of Stuart and Mathers tackles, Marty Kehnherg I home of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Ad- I Baptist Church Saturday night Stuart Newt _._ profanity were continued. _
A Swedish scientist Is working Moaruc, N. C, has 'been" awardedthe and DobPendarvia.guardsTina; I riance, v bo are, .pn, vacation,. m -- .
*" fay./, .,.. .. .. on I ninchin ha hopes) will determine eonfract' and'will ,have 175 Newman. Dave South! JJobby Sar. New York, Their daughter Cheryl
... ."jum f morfl'menahan I ) chemically whether foodstuffs working days to complete the project bella and Don Stiller '1Jr.h); cen-, who has been in New York all I.

y ..T i I'w..ancrwho" J.Aug U-rflrt: aUehullcsItMII. f '-liftIL... : are sweet. or .tour lord Danny Kilbourne! and Ken summer with her brother will return -
M Martin Highway. was originally I Odom (Jr). quarterbacks Buck home with the Adrlances

iS f"I" WHITICAR: designated the administration as a stain primary of Governor roadin I t Bruner Mauldin(Jr.Mik); halfbacks Crook and Clark l Jim Wandell Tucker ID visiting here GOODYEAR I i I Get Goodyear Tires withTUFSYN

; I Collins, Kramer and Eddie :
r ; John W Martin some thirty-eight Ralph with friend while he is on leave
years iigo Gifford, and fullback, Jerry Merk- and awaiting/ his! orders. Wandell 1
1 : ; BOAT WORKS A short-cut: route linking Stuart I linuerComing worked here at Millers Market
with Okeechobee via Palm ; up from the 1963 B before into the Navy earlier
: : :. VVt* Lake OffladUm. A VMM, Port Sewn .' City going
icld squad, all junior except as noted this
MARINE City and connection with Warf year
: : RAILWAYFlSIIIN TRIPS Highway, the grade for it was should! be: Ken Lofback, end;
." CHRYSLER thrown up during the old boom Arthur Speedy' :tackle, John Cray i Mist Deborah Snipes returned
: : AI\IEuCA1, NO. 1 MARINE ENGINr but in the! ensuing depression it and Bill i Pittman, guards I ; Rick home Tuesday, August 4, from !
: : was by'passed, receiving no state Scammeell, quarterback: Russell Tarpon Springs where she was visiting .
Rural l Route N*: 1, Stuart. Florid* Dial ATluniic 7-246 Funk (Sr.) and Jim Humphrey

: ; BOAT. ,BUILDING f 7 REPAIRS STORAGE: support The grade became covered with (So), halfbacks, and Tom Chris- with friends
If" Agent for Al MlntCM.'. fee. Twidernilkt. tie, fullback The exclusive
: : 1 f: small pine trees and brush through Mr and Mrs Edwin McAllister extra-mileage rubber that makesGood'ear
.. which threaded a woods road used Sophomores most of whom Tires
-- --- --- I lelt to 6O%
r.r played junior high ball last season, and son Steve Friday August up more durablel)
by hunters and fishermen; .
n 7 for Tallahassee! to visit MrsMcAllisters
and who be the key to this
As the economy revived!, a marl can
: brother and his family
road was built vast citrus plantings .', years success, will include: Joe
Mr and Mrs. Carmen Hicrs
GOLFNew and the potential for much McCoy, Bill Titnmerman, II i m
more In the area finally resulted! tx>fhack, and Sieve Keaton, ends. and Mr McAllisters parents, Mr.
I I andWayne and Mrs H. O, McAllister of Hoi-
David Hiltiard i Bobby Fenton,
:= : lithe Mate giving the nod to a
Martin County Golf & Country Club hard'surfaced rood, which will Carter tackles: Johnny ford.

t: : ST. LL'CIE BOULEVARD Tuna right Jul before eroding eventually be extended for the Mann Herby Pendarvis, and John
o- I e entire rout ny Tucker, guards, Charlie Paul, Indiuntown extends its deepest
: 1- .. New Bridge to Beach Plans also include a farm-to- I I center: Robby Cullmane, quarter. sympathy to Mr. Helen Thomas

.' ,.: NEW SUMMER RATES market road from Marlin County back: Tommy Wyatt Gerald Dor- who lost her father Thursday), August JUST
U> Tort Pierce 11\one direction and sey, Bruce Wells!!, Don Naylor and 6, Now
'
:: : COMPLETE Greens Fee to Indiuntown in the otherINDUSTRIALIST Billy Cunningham, halfbacks; Terry .
Rogers, fullback; Bill Feather. Mrs. Carol Hale is confined to s
: 18.IOLE COURSE $2.50 stone and Ricky Rhode. her home after a stay in the hospital NOW JUST

.M. -... .... .... ...... ... ...... ...... 1 I RAND I And then there always the in West Palm Beach 9
1 IS BIG INVKSHIRON : possibility of a windfall, a good\ !
: _. .,ELECTRIC: CARPS 1'\' GRAND BXIIAMA transfer from another school!

18 HoU ... ....... ............ $5.00 ,- } Typifying the faiMuhieel American Anyway, the names of forty- horn William after tawther a week in has St.returned Mary'sHospital err
r 9 Ides 3.00 investors and philanthropists five boys who are known to be We'oPulm\ Beach H. oa tp' and 0'4' Ilrt N }
,, who have bucked their enthusiasm able to play football is a better start! was I patient in the Okeechobee II
M.MIMBERSHII
): & f for Freeport and Grand Bahama than wo've had in four season' General Hospital for a week priorto 6,10a1S batk% tubetPS

: MEMBERSHIP INITIATION FEE $100.00 '"{ 1; with solid cash is James Rand of now.I.el". his transfer' to St. Mary "
., Remington Rand Typewriter and s go on that attitude cultivation Ikon ) 4
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ... .. ...... 80.00
from the men'City W6j\; black\
S .' founder of Amerkan Kardex To right start Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. b4 it
r' DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ,? .. .. 100.00 date Rand has invested almost 1. t or
Ridgenal Sheltra of Jackson Ave. tubeless
.' DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE COIF MIOF $12V:! ).000 in a modern medical I Declines nue on the arrival of I baby daugh
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS research institute in Frecport ler born Monday August 10 atOkeechohve

'-S BEN IIART1G PIIO NC General j Hospital ThShcltras JUST
Icsa : NOW
A ramsuit Weighing than Road
Closing have two other children.
PRO MANAGER 287. 2274 one pound is ,washable and dry ; Donna Ray three years old and

cleanahle I Sue age one and one-half
To BarricadeThe
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CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. I IJ City Commission! formally Mrs.Congratulations Ted Lot! who" to recently Rev celebrated and- NOW JUST

I declined Monday to close I block their sixteenth anniversary
EVLRYTIUNO OR of Lake Street whieh runt through r
YOUR
BOATING PLEASURE" East Stuart Elementary School Congratulations to Hilton McAllister pylM plWeatMr

..... I campus, but granted! permission !! who celebrated his birthJay ypeless sit ;
.. AuihwiMdCHRISCRAFT to the School Board! to barricadethe August. |II| S 3 y0t10 black

1 //II'> '''t. ; block: when school it in sew
( :, '" i SH>n. Mr. and! Mrs. Flo>d McAllister L

_ '" 'SEA SKIFFDEALER I. ; L\g'-- I i The notion of CommiuKMKi and children kit Sunday' for t one- end.. slid tin\
.: Arthur E. Sims, seconded by week vacation. during which they pas 'II '
JOIINSON MOTORS 1 I Commissioner Jack Hartman. denied will visit with Mrs. McAllisters My\on\ AlWeattlerIUS\
in Quincv and Mr McAllister 1.oox1'
the Boards! request to clone parents
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I the block between<< Spruce and s parents in Hosford
Baham, thus keeping it part of I

r fl3JlOAt TuRERS WNA u:,, ACCESSORIES I Board public! permissHHt strtft. but to barricade granted the the sons Mr.Eugene and, Mrs.Dennis H ,E.and Adams Darrcll and e NO MONEY DOWN! FREE

: block "twenty-f,>ur hours a Jay art visiting a,tilt fiends in Alabama
S( An SERVICE dunnt the school term of nine for a week t INSTANT CREDIT MOUNTING!
months." for holders of charts'
plittt
: GRUMMAN MARINAAMERICA'S j I Ij It you subsequently agreed thai Glennhwn, ion of Mr and and national credit cardsGOODYEAR
the School Board should exercise: Mrs. [).ol".r"" Mixon."' Seminole i
FINEST LINE \ its discretion as to whether! the Drive, hull\ returned to McDill Alt I
barricades be kft up at' weekends Force Base Tampa after being

440 ROUTE 707. RJO-Jt.NSEN: BE.VCH net during-tile -summer-program. I home on leave,, SERVICE STORE

Since I 1871 Washington. D C., The IndwntiHtn little League'
: has been aUmmutereJ by a three- All Stan, won our the Juno Beech :
member commission appointed' All Stan M ji I pmt at Juno I 257 E. OSCEOLA 287-4242 28712434A'J1f
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...,.," '" .' :' '.. yr4-S, ,;. .i'>'': ', Expansion of Adult School Here

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41 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 ",,,. .,,,,:, -, ........,, '{)!. ::''("' ,;..tf.,, .. !
By BUNNY ABBOTT I Spanish, Booker Park Elementary: : and fundamentals, Oi\llCl/,American
OPEN MOV. IHRfJ SAT. 7:30 AJVU TIL 9 PJVt ;, (Iklrd .In a Serles) high school t'lview. elementary education ism n. ( ommunism, general mathematics -

OPEN: !HJ.NDW: 9 A.M.: I P. M. Additional Male funds this year Kobe' .and und--Hoho literacy I reading Sound FJemeniury x]eech, English for new
will not only permit the additionof Americans German! community
non-vocatronal Itookkeeping. -
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. new courses to Martin County
shorthand' Spanish and art. emcrieni.v| prepareUnets, lit U n ,
Adult Education Program, but : :
oil and Dxinbar ,
water; Elementary choral ana instrumental; element
will also allow the opening{ of ont high school review, elementary educHtKvt ary education. ABC stenoscnpf
Additional i Jensen
i\\ center Beach and literacy reading. shorthand, citMenfthip: for the
Elementary: School" and lei courses
\fJLA\ Port s"lerno-Port Salerno Elementary foaign-born and American Coacstitution !
I continue through Slav, %'. ,
I IflLtM : Sranl"nonvocatklt'lal .
\ School drop-ouls!, interested in kkii.-ping" ; high school" review Stuart: Junior High: FYench ! completing work for their high and art fundamentals; Murray and II and art oil and water
school diploma, should! connect 1 b.: Junior-Senior High: music, choral East Stuart. Elementary: higM
B. Horton program director at his :I and instrumental; industrial aria school: review, elementary duca: |
office. AT 7-2107 or home. AT i iI general shop! I; non-vocational typing lion and literacy reading
a | 7-OJ9I, between Aug 20 and! J8. ABC ttenoacript shorthand' ,
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to arrange a pre-reglslration interview high \school review and general
High. school review reg mathematics. ILtVrN Wtn\l BlUE
t :istration will: 'he heM tit all centers Jensen! Beach-Jensen. Heach c: (',\l'''(."r IN I RIVER

Sept I, 2 and! 3, and course I lementary: art, oil and water. : Wendell Orr of The Stunrl Newt
mil Marl on Tuesday, Sept 8. and educuiion for Ihe aging, thought that., he nkcd i
Registration for general inter- Stuart-Martin County Senior small tarpon in the! lower Lucia<|
\) tAt and general education' courses high| : high school review Spanish Sunday Hfternnnn. but after the
\ wilt 'he held at all centers Sept 8, I and II, noo-vocational "bookkeep-1' leapcr was landed it turnAJ out td
';s V and 10, and courws1111 start ing and typing 1 and II, hegamingshwthawl be an el.ven-puund: bluefmh. The
I Monday Sept 14, ; Industrial arts, mechanical unusual catch measured thlrty-tw
the first semester of all adult drawing; general shop I; law and one-half inches Ironi head to
I ILwccn k courses will end Jan I 11, I IVft.1\ for the layman art appreciation tail .
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YOU CUT COUPONS!
Jan IX. The second .semester lie Keantifitl for( Fall
will end May 15 for high svhool!
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: PRICES! review and May 2H for general II : "With a New Style from
V j i Nucal o.l.

II ':M:{'lVf.1.f. n l
I 1. '.,,: those who have qualified for adult
REGULAR 49f I I I REGULAR 1.75 JAR I I II HBAUTY{ SALON
; { ss; :.rrd + high school diploma or GEl) certificates
I SECRET CREAMDEODORANT I II I Head & Shoulders 1 will be held, on May I IV. 317 W, OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2U8

I .:.. ,.; 1' 1' '"'..:.v,., A full list of subjects offeredat I ii OWMF.RI GLORGU: IIARDMICKOPFRAIORi
the follows
SHAMPOC ten centers: :
I I 1 I NEW WEST: SPAN OPENS: Traftic n w seen on the new Roooevelt Bridge Monday morning> I"lianll\wn--.W." r 11.1 I I d: high BVRBVRA, IIUNTERRE'F.PIRNlIi :
LIMIT 1 LIMIT I I iflxp/A I shortly after the span was opened to two-way traffic The old east span' left, is now closed: school review, non-vocational. I
I WITH 23 C WITH \J ft I will become the northbound Illoc.I type
electrical but
for repair on its gear eventually
ing non-vocslional: bookecping and BETIE UARI I )V>ICKBOYS'
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COUPON COUPON a 11 .., .... '. .. M -- -- -__ _-aIi
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Coupon oxpiros. August 16 Coupon oxplro August 14 I t )

I-: _J'L r--- New Span Is OpenedBut 1 No Fishing Is I
T Kw2 TrT B
'n
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II.I I I I To Be AllowedNo Ii BRIEFS GIRLS' PANTIES
9.95 ZERO 10 IN. REG. 98* Pock 15'. Due

I I. OSCILLATING I II I GEM Premium EdgesI II Acceptance fishing will be'fr.\ rnilt of the mist LoomAnirrkVi populist a Comfortable C ll
TABLE FAN I I I RAZOR BLADES Although the official inspectionand days inside the contract date of spun milled of from Roosevelt the new Bridge west boys underwent IkklvntMSUtt n '\

I LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 r mjr I acceptance of the new went Sept. 4.Intentato. until alter Male Road Department q)11 }) SI2..6. I
WITH 7 77 WITH: .f* f C Ipan of Roosevelt Bridge! by Suite Engineering and acceptance probably Uneand111nnallyCuorentct'd 2 to 10Qnallly '
I COUPON I I I COUPON w/ T I Road Department official has been: I Equipment, Inc, of Tampa, which I II. an SRI official .
Coupon oxpiros August 16 -.I.If" Coupon oxpiros August 14 postponed until Aug. 17 or 18, the has the contract for the electric: said Monday Buy now for School (lrh Sthaul
L-. new span was opened to traffic work on the new: span wilt start J Panties
":; r----f: Until that deco the bridge
I 4 9c EACH
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10, at 8 am. Ihe
:)'{'}'., !I (1 "1]: I I j'l'{ ," ""fllIJii'I} ]:. I II old Monday east spun Aug. was closed at the work electrical shortly" system on of r the repairs old span.lo the ?4& remains contractors the" property R. /II. Wright of the,

I REG. .5. BOX 12'S cI 99* LUSTRE CREME same hour. Both sftuns will eventually be Inc 3 FOR 1.45 4 FOR $1.00
I For about half an hour, while operated from the same I
I FEMS Feminine I SPRAY NETI the southern .approach the new panel in the tower of the new span. Mill. be permitted from the
span was! being cleared traffic I"
NAPKINS I HAIR SPRAY I moved alternately north and south, : old cast span allhltllhhilt\ I
I I I but by about 8-30: a.m. twowaytraffic NELSON: n.ARlnUOnANn span Is closed to motor
lIMIT2 LIMIT 2 C /. I was in full ,win,. I : () I' SVLI.S traffic
WITHC.upon..plr. I WI HC.up.n.apinc. % J llutedm- t...._..... .. .
COUPON I CilUi'tlN' Waller'C.' Cot," Wjwrlntcndent I In reporting on two \ 't.' i." SPINDRIFTBRIEF
.. 16 for K. H. Wright. Inc:.. bridge contractors son Island sulcs: by the M. P.Nelson .
August 16 _I 1 August said Monday that some office in an account of No One Hurt in
h -
.r1 "touch-tip work", mainly to the I oceanfront transfers in Lit. weeks

!'{'}''''tIIIIJii''J:1! } : I 11'1.r.'jll'lIW:1:{ ]: I II control: tower, still remained to be I I Stuart News, we omiliuil some Three Accidents
I done, but that the bridge had been pertinent delink Nelson sail" ;
'' sold ,,,- bus olwU. ........ "'>.'
1.79 CJnoeo,) PINT IAOVALUE opened: at the suggestion of SKI), j jso I We two parcel oceu"- .
I I I river lMX) feet and 730 feet northof i M .. k. Sul. ta>* as kWbf
that Dickerson Inc. generaaatracton Damage Is Light ._ ta ....
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I VACUUM B.C. HonaVPeekHeadache could speed up workat j the Martin County line at $22) row........11 MrM lo ..
I PowderLIMIT I Ihe approaches to the old span. per foot. The other parcel WX) ptMa *.. ".. ...
I I Cox saw no reason why SRD feet ocean: to AI A, is located between Three car accidents occurred: in pas p..w.. r ...-........
BOTTLE'1 I lCOUPON 1 2 should not accept the bridge by I the bridge and sold for little over twelve hours in Stuart, ..kl, r.r..., ....11 ........
I : WITH 66 \ I Aug. 1 II, which would be seventeen I S22U per front loot Saturday, without, any reported InJuries ..,.. .Mi..lo ol...... M.wd.
COUPON _._ and with damage! to tin ...... ..>4 ._.1 I 4..MM.fi4 .
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I I C.upo..xpr.; August 16 II Coupon upl,.. August 14 I 11111 !if' -"" at- vehicles: b mi ted ,,to art estimated" ..wow o.......Iol........ end.11*, "I.
00----1 $480.; oil
SALERNO NEWSMRS. 'a. sibi
I '' '" PORT Al 2:30: ..m., can driven 'by ,.....-. )I.,, H Isa..e I ".
II'lIJi&'I:1]: I {t} ''IIIIWI:1: ,
IJ''l}' "'I & I Kanicy. Pines Trailer a.... wph.laallpt. ar.l r,
I I I'. REG. 954.15SS ... I II I 69. KING sin MARY BROWN, Curro .pundcDt AT 7.2996 Park, rJ'I.: +me II i. Walker I 768Slypnmnn. only.M L.
I collided on A.IA I Cutoff .

I LAYORIS | COLGATE Fiuorij.TOOTHPASTE CHIT CIIAITiBetty ten near Limestone N. Y. and alter leaving U. S. I by different $295

I I MOUTH WASH j jI I I and Frank Kragvl 1 of Atlanta, (j.. I by turn-offs.Patrolman.Damage I rank was 7iembaat avtested :

$20 lo Rainey's car and SIlk) 10Wilken'

LIMIT LIMIT: Z I Hibiscus Park were pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs./ I'Jwin: Brown, ,. No charges were pluced. ,
WITH WITH 43 last week by Mr. and Mrs. Hibiscus Park were dinner guests .
I I OOC IL I COUPON A Mutton wagon driven by William _
COUPON I Herbert Mczick and children: of Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Brown, I J. brIO it" irons Point.
Coupon ..pl,.* August 14 J Coupon oxplro Augutt 1479f Linda Gail Donald and Timothy Emerson: New Jersey, at the Roads Mich? and a car driven by
r--- -----I from Be Her rose, Long "bland/ N.Y. Frances Langford Outrigger Restaurant Raymond Kelly, Stuart, collided on

!'{.r'flllrl} ']::1 I !'{I'fllIIWJ' ] 1 I They "dropped: in" on their way of Saturday Mr. K evening Brown's, in birth celebration U 1. I, at Colorado Avenue about ,
2 45 No
I : p m. charges were placedby
1.00 Albotto Culvor E4wero". 8 .,. I home from a "vacation in Miami. day. Patrolman (Hank I n Ilia who" I
9
The Mezick were former inv"ipled.)1tfTI.p\ was estimatedat
RINSE AWAY I III Sugar fre. DIETETIC I bon of the Kragcls in New nciJlh.1 Mrs. Santa Vaccaro and $150 to the station wagon and ,
I children: Caroline and Maria from $75 lo the ear
SWEETENER After a pleasant
Dandruff Shampoo spending Westchester, N. Y. have arrived ,
II I I Johnnie; Zimmerman I ym.hburg: ,
here they will!! return U> N. Y. (
here lo few week with e
spend I ,
LIMIT 1 N C. was charged Patrolman
1 by /
I LIMIT a *
WITH: 59 I wttH Mr, Mezick is an executive lit Mr. and Mrs John K..m..n.Mrs. Clarence Mcfitt with failing to r
I O relation for
of
I charge employee Vaccaro formerly a
COUPON
COUPONCoupon.xpira | was have his vehicle under control causing
I General Electric Co., in New
II of the Radman in New
neighbor
Augud 16 Coupon expires Auqus16 an accident, when his car cob
-- .l. York City York. We wi.1them a pleasant tided with" one \J
Port'Solerno
iimTn'T visit. IjMiise Vasenius of ,
11'.r.'flllW1{ } ]; Mr. and Mrs. John M..ort,1
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HOWARD! 'I'lIli':1; ] I ,
at 2:10: r m. The Vatcnlut' car
I Tree Drive. Hibiscus Park,
Lime
Mr*. John Grunduhl. I ski
had al the
slopped alga on
REG. 1.75 SIZE atop
1.25-100' have returned their home from
REG. to
j I Worth wa the house guest of Mr. A-1-A I al Colorado Avenue when
1' ANACIN I BRECKCREME a wonderful two week vacation. and Mrs. Lkhclinan. Salerno Zimmerman's, car struck it In the "OWl AI'JI'J!!! K T1 AI* THAT BllttTCIIt:

I I Mure Mrs. GrumUhl his left II rear Damage wa estimated! al MIW .AIXKGItO: JUtA{ ItV '.MtlDKNFOlOl;
Mn. Rachael Anderson !
TABLETS I RINSE Mim-I for New York where she will $ ; lo the Vatemii; car and (10
I II ,
osa Drive. Hibncu Park spend two month" during which
to Zimmerman' vehicle. Feel rarrfrre
JeUrlounf
LIMIT I f\f I I turned I home after spending several she h..,. In new elf iufuhl* ilrap. (
I : plan to visit the World'
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COU83: VI WITH W.S V I month vacation with her chiUCHUOC'S thai ilrelrli.' |n.[ anrthliif. belo ever Irt you

COUPON ff I I Mr. and Mr*. Robert field.' PRIVAIKOIIJWK' move .0 Comfort.,hlyy Tbr..-sectlon Cotton
I I ,.. J I II Coupon ..pl,.. Aufuot 14 I ;; IJRU' IHAIMNO" kroavJrluth ti ire
Coupon ..pi; Awqu.16 I A SERVICED I Palm Beach Shore, and Mr and ru|>e perforl *up|>ort-holil their.
1---- ----11: Mr. M. K. Roscngrcn wtot IN CI.RIANY EXEU(1SKArmy tli" M (anal. yours) for...rand ...rl For fashion

j'"fllIIi&:1" } & ]: I J'I{ }'. n.IIIIJil:1]: I IT ......... guest of Mr Adolph RtgU, Private; William A VoiL I and eat..... lowHH-oopetl liacL Her and l there'' ._
I II Ewe I Candy; Lane Horseshoe Point. Inn, twenry-thrce. nn of Mr,, and few .mlroldn.d l
flwwer rlnil' led for
a > | Jalntlnea
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JO |
I PEG. 3 SIZE Mr. Arthur H. VHlmrr Port *
RIG 2.09.601.I I Mr/ James Hile and children SolcriM, p.rticip tcd in a three A, n, C, cup| (
I COPPERIONELotion j ji II SCOTTSANTIGRAY II 217-MI9 ,( have returned lo their home on week fwU framing: eterche a IGrafenwohr All CoMMI .foo4r. |....

I Owed by Cluck Sim well Horseshoe Point from Tancwille, O e f m a a y, ending fcllo m..rti Urrl.a. MukU;. a.,... c:...... I$250
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i or Oil j Ohio hen she spent the unv Auf. It silt. (K:.4teoi. .e .. ..
I I II II LIMIT 1 I Pert SalcrMR mar viutHig her parent Vottmer underwent extensive
j LIMIT i 544 training In all type of uctiealranee
I !WITH 139, WITH I .a4 Scrvst Mr and Inn Buck have returned firing and. familiar,
I | COUPON weapons M..W 1U9 TM. 'IB 7JO P....., !far Yet
COUPON Setviejr
Friday Nkl c..tllfnc.@jOO
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Ore
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steel home UUIHMS the day and
lo their l.lnlll
c...,.* ...... Auomf 14 ,J I Ovw 7 tfavfl a on during aight
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CVMA .pi i trt A..t"t Tree Drive; Hibiscus Park, from lure""" .
h- ------I- : I a short vncaUon in "New" York Oversea wnce April of I this
BH1i'MVK, <'] i*>]:'B I '{q I)(I I:1]: I I6't I- I ( year, he t. regularly suimned near '
I I MUV1 CAI MtVKIJACK'S i i Bamberg. Germany a* a driver
ra
REG./.39 tCO'S DR.ST I bi Battery C. M Bjiulinn' of the
DENTUREBRUSH 4th Armored Diviown'a 7.th Artillery [ro
MULTIVITAMINS I I ,
I I II .. Vollnier'' entered the Army In

with MINERALS I I (ktuher. IM1 and eomplrtod. .. baSM -

I LIMIT' 2 / 99 I IVIIT2t.uMroH:: i, teaming af fort Kno. Kf
37 H.< was gratfcmietl fnim liibvtId .
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( COUPON WITH Be I\I I GULF ( .I "fownJhif Ili..low School inIV59 DOWNTOWN STUART
I .. A..t 16 STATION worked Sulfur Aj
.100. and
c- .pi,.o A. 16 __l t''''''' )l' r.6 dCapt.

T.ky 'fagekes.. AH Ie",, C..aJM j I Start!Brock before taftnetn; entering sad Sorveycr tisr Army.* tdI WHERE QUALITY MEETS ECONOMY

BROWARD I F Salerno ;ice;: ladt '---.0-. II -
STORES I Shipyard AT TresI AlA Pet ...... AT TM II I Teas hall 254 coualie*, matt
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.HURRICANE t For the benefit of those new. Advisory: A formal rebate froma PROTECTBDBOAT
I :z comets who may be unfamiliar I Weather Buf''MU i Hurricarie Warning BASIN
with the term wed in'Weather Center giving warning infor
Bureau hurricane advisories we mation along with details on where
publish the following glossary: the hurricane is located, how intense OUTSTANDING BUYS
CHART .. .r ,' Vii' : : Hurricane: A I a r g c revolving It is, direction in which it is IN NEW IMPERIAL I
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storm originating over tropical moving and precautions t bat ARISTOCRAFT BOATS
1 4 4a ocean waters with winds of seventy- should be taken:
five miles per hour or more blowing Bulletin: A public release! issued!
r counterclockwise around the from a Weather Bureau Hurricane Also A wide Srlectktfl of
e r4AkWlff .' m t Iw"k center of the storm. Warning Center during periods between New and Used Wood Boat
w Tropical Siorrru: A storm iimilar advisories, giving latest de- -.
to a hurricane, having wind greater tails on the hurricane.
s s'e than forty miles per hour, but Your Franchisee! deafer
4t J '' $' g, less than aeventy live miles per Rags wan the only material used for Went Bend Outboard
r.r. Motor 3\S to 80 ll.P.
hour.Tropical in making papers and 'it was not
Depression: A itorm of unit:! 1865 before wood with sodium
tropical origin in which: the strongest sulphite came into general
winds are less than forty miles Bailey Boat Co.
e per hour. use.The
kr ,Imo' Hurricane Force Winds;: Windsof average tax per gallon of
M'i 1 w. | M- t ''I.' \ d. JENSEN BEACH
S ; r ; *----r; 4 seventy-five miles per hour or gasoline Is 10 cents. The Federal
WfrPkiif. ..1 i4-/*- .I ,. higher. tax is 4 cents, while the average Dial 287.0936
-"Tir5 lilAKJSU.4r ; .r> y +; Gale Force Winds;: WInds et.! I state tax Is 6.3 cents.
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w e ; -* V fWF *1 1- t tending thirty-nine miles per hour _
> but not greater than seventyfourmiles
., f 4 *- re'-j ,/ *>? .ry mii'ii t G'". per hour.

1 .:. 'd R moo: Squall: A Hidden or violent gust USE THIS CHECK LISTTO
A tt 4t t of wind, usually accompanied by
4I
:; rain.Hurricane
4 Warning; A warning PREPARE FOR
that hurricane winds of seventy-
five miles per hour-or higher or
dangerously high Water or rough HURRICANESPORTABLE
seas are expected in the specifiedarea. :
: 1 ., .
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(k { # ,
1 t r : i i11Yri f "I r w4 w M" When a hurricane warning
I la announced hurricane conditionsare

4 1:4: : considered Imminent and may . . COOKING and
,
': begin immediately, or at least
..,. twlBaGrrP; +"w ty R'1' !"' < t h'asa s within twenty-four hours. Public . I I EATING SUPPLIES
r ktlti 'pro information materials distributed
4T1r

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_... i.!,' "" !::.i' :" ,' { ". "".' U "" .. ... ....., :,....:..... :: Mituted precautionary immediately action when be a hurricane I 1"- :. ',. .KEROStlNt I and GASotJNk

'THESE MAGNETIC hurricane charts, widely used in Florida and position of latitude and longitude designated by Weather Bureau warning is announced." :'
'along the Gulf and Atlantic seaboards, are manufactured by John advices! as the periodic positions! of the center of the hurricane. 13. Do not to hospital; unless Hurricane Watch: An announcement LANtERNS
I "\\'; CJilfcoh bf 51J Camden Avenue, Stuart. They are printed on Thus the magnetic arrow give the course of the storm. I go for: specific areas that a con. ; '
really ill.
:thin steel plate to which magnetic markers cling when placed on .dition off the coast poses a hur ] . ... .BATTkRIES
.. 14. Do not use phones unless tisane or incipient! hurricane threat. '
necessary! Keep wires clear f 0 f All people in the indicated areas FLASHLIGHTS
fchogld take stotk of their

ked Cross Rules If You :Plan to to Preparation stay at home for: those! who plan emergencies 15. Remember the calm' In the abreast of the requirements latent advisories, 'keep preparedness and PORTABLE ICE nOXEStRANSIStOR

1 I. Pull master switch If Alarm center of storm; if center should bulletins, anj be ready! for quick
I II !severe pass us, stay inoioors' action In case a warning Is issued. ; / RADIOS
2: Rem mber' I to '''fill tub, or 16. Move"your beds, etc., t to Storm Warning: A warning that
Use Shelter Remain Home other utensils with water for cooking sheltered walls not near windows winds exceeding' thirty-two, miles
or at and drinking 17. Fill! gas tank -of car. per hour, but not reaching hiirri- STUART HARDWARE
I 3. Plan meals In advance, In 18. After the storm, all familiesneedina' cane force: of seventy-five miles
case electricity Is turned off. Stock assistance; are' to registerat per hour are expected in the specified
Remember Red Cross answers I 1. All people entering shelters 4. DuVing storm no one will be ori canned and the house in Stuart. area. If conditions change, a 125 OSCfeOLA AVE. 2S7-3644
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I 'to, the need of people and Dot muit! register old entering and allowed to"leave shelter unless anemergency ... up 1IOIIpt juices storm'warning' may be changed to
"i
4. Make for
jthtir 'losses. By tradition, as wells leaving shelter some arrangement a hurricane warning. '
exists.
,
by law, the Red Cross, ha* long 2. Food suc(b as sandwiches, alternative cooking 1 if you havean Judge Refuses to
been recognized the agency of etc., for th,t day should'be broughtto he 5. No alcoholic beverages wit tlectrlc stove.
', American permitted in .hellers. 5. Plan rot Illumination with Dismiss Suit on
the people for th* con Shelter alongVith blankets, pillows I
'crfte and effective expression .of etc., for. family, and. ;extra. 6. Pull( mAster twitch before lanterns and flashlights, Schools ContractA ARE YOU PREPARED
their sympathy to the victims of water. leaving home. 6. (Have boards, nulls, hammer
.disa er. 3. ,Patents .of .babies. must remember i. 7. Tie down everything I h a Imillhi convenient In case! of emergency motion, asking for dismissalof
Following are rules for those to bring formulas baby blow away such III Jnrbnge 1. Ren'iemheto keep some a $775 suit against/ the Martin
,*( fiq; plan to go to shelters: '. food and sufficient. diapers.. cans, signs, etc. Window opened for) circulation County Board of Public Instruction -i
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T-------- during storm. its bondsmen, and contractor! ., for
H. Call chapter 'houi*- ....T 7- R. Vance Smith has been denied > .
2002 in case of emergency by Circuit Judge C. Pfelller Trow- :
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y. Have,first-lid! supplies handy bridge. HURRICANES"See .
HURRICANE PROTECTION 10. If power 'Is turned off for The judge ordered the defendants .
any length t bf tinie, be sure to to reply to the suit within ..." .;
check" all refrigerated foods care fifteen tlays. ". .' "
fully to prevent food poisoning. The suit was brought by E. L :4 r 1
11. Keep oft the street. .
Watkins who( says Contractor "
12. Watch out for fallen wires Us for'
Smith failed lo pay him $775 for :
keep away from them.Big moving two portable classroom "
.
HEAOnlJARTERSL -- ----- at Port Salerno Elementary School. 1 PLYWOOD ltASONItItURnIC
\Vaiklns said the board is also
Storms of responsible since It filled to make I C Nn CLIPS ::
sure his bill was paid before releasing .
L Past Wfnch Hit Smith from his contract.At r LOUVERED SHUTTERS t i
the same hearing Judge Trow- f ,.
"bridge denied a request by Attorney ,
lit This SectionBefore Elton Schwarz acting for Watkins, SiIUTTRIT
C BACKS
Delivery for a summary judgment in theca ,
S hurricanes hod ladies'' e. and i HINGES;

names they were rolling in, upon
PLYWOODMASONITE this coast, and many a imall one HIGHER, IIOKE, TODT WIN
,
was simply labeled: "a nOl'ttlf IN LOW MET TOURNAMENT '
The best weather advisors, Moro
it the Weather Bureau took over, Jesse Higbee and Jeri Hoke! tied PORTER
LUMBER
: were the Seminoles who advised for first place in the eightecn-holtf/ \ COs
getting to higher ground, some low net contest among members of
AH Sixes! andThicknesses tally old-timer t who u1j raise the Lady Golfers Association of
Q i hilt finger to (he wind and intone: Martin County Tuesday Ilea c Todt JENSfeNIlEACII# Phone 287-3644
took nine-hole honors
Iti "She's a big one and she's overthawway. -- S _

COVER YOUR IIOME ANDsTORB.WINIOWS The reason that early Florida
hurricanes did little damage) Is that
: pr1 the state was largely unpopulated.
Only as Florida Marled growing in
this century did the multi-million
dollar losses grab the headlines.
While hundreds of hurricanes PUBLIC NOTICE
have hit the stale and score have
o. passed over Martin, County new
corners should be advised that there
ire great hurricanes and minor
lurricanes.
I 0 The great hurricane of 1926,
which walloped Miami, was \so intense -
r that it sank boats and did
damage here; the great hurricane
of 1928. which centered on West YOU CAN NOT BUY WINDSTORM INSUR-
Prefinished Sturdy Hardwood City Delivery Palm Beach and drowned 2,400
persons in the Glades was also
Plywood Panels Stepladders Mail Boxes 10 intense Over ft wide area thatIt

tw..rt rear 1.n Mt. r..4. al.rtww W. km Urn k> all alas Stuntr AN MrlM, ".ler"' ..< It.t.tnI. & damaged buildings and blew ANCE WHILE A HURRICANE ADVISORY IS
0.11.1 u .In.atr..e Ae r.lnl.r..a.ta.. I* lull Ito Ifw *l I ky.a town trees and utility potts at
M. Le.l ...
!
r=i: t > > yw kin PM OCIto t* a
atld Ir a.n.w..d at a. t..ndr nee.sea..r tau ._.....1, w*:a.dab,. Mu.hW.e ..rh.a hats.,,,..I:h .:.".r.vv.varly. tow at.aeCASAIVMjLR.r.ar" Stuart Beach. and northward past Vero
41 k.. Those were the two big storm POSTED. YOU MUST PROTECT YOUR PROP-

that affected Martin County. Add
to them two minor storms of great
intensity which clobbered Mania ERTY IN ADVANCE..CALL NOW a870440Cal
County in the eye.
The hurricane of 19) centered
on Stuart Mew down business
buildings by the score and home
b y the hundred,, tearing off thousands

"We of thought roofs that rss the storm

Homeowners ( a to end storms until 1949 came

bml Builders/ CALL; along centered with here another in winds hurricane keening that C B. ARBOGAST !

Supply to 165 miles per hour before the
recording devices heb awe C. Joe
287STUART Finley
Wt have had edge of btowi
!fJ 6'Irast, 7th St. and we has had "soft blow," bat
hose are the four to rememtor. It AND ASSOCIATES
Ms been fifteen years since a 0330 tracts hurritstrt bat hit herend Real Estate Waterfront/ Properties Manager
those who! went through it ..iO
ffEARTlIE' RAILROAD hv be happy if it** fifteen more yearsbefore 248-252 Osceola AVe., Stuart
we get another.
Wise buildiaf aware carry
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InsuredUs Hurricanes and Tornadoes Are Red Cross Lists Will Murray: Be School Ready Seeking a Site TIm Hieeminy' STIHRT, ABgBifr florida I*.)19 NHI1** '-Ar


Safety Shelters For Fall Term In South CountyFor 'reportedly are alt that .nc now
privately owned.

?. i Different Warnings Save Life If a Storm Hits Salerno Murray now High under School" construction at Port New School made No to immediate cooatruct plans a new arc elementary being-
; .
is expected to be completed and school I in that area of thei
l l"he Martin Board
'''I Mrs. Elsie W. Smaltey. executive ready for occupancy by the fag County of i sty but lea recent surve\
If hurricane were as numerous 1916 and 1956>> with a total of 1 t.- or. Now an almost perfect t systemOf \ director of the American Red semester ANMtet Donald Armstrong Piihln. (Instructs "hopes to get a oQ Slate Department of Eduui
I as tornadoes, residents of muchof 156. TeM WM second vmft 997 treating hurricanes: make* pos I Owa. hall'a shelter tentative lint koW *s Martin County. site lor a new elementary !school (fan toto: the board to acquire sites
this country would prohaMy be and Oklahoma third with IM3 sihle warning) which have doubtless of Martin County .aax1 of KiMfe Instruction Monday near Palm Bench County Hue MM year for future schools.
m a state of devastation almost as Since 111$1 l the number of tornadoes saved thousands I of lives.Forecasting "There will i be sheher in even MI*. through an exchange of tana
had as that of inI I communrtv she said. "an.! ode The school. ., recently called
I a nuclear "Wast reported to the U.) S. has ot tornadoes is '
The "
Fortunately hurricanes increased tremendously from 270( the infant stage 'I.IT. the weather oemptoie" list will be relwwd. m ('arv<< Offr i School still t needs board is currently as Accept One Mile
are IM '
comparatively to lotswithin
rare and seldom strike in 1952 to 532 in 196. This led bureau. has onlbeen able to the near !won a* sle es- :wmu mlm .... bM the con ting I the purchase boundary:: of ;;;Z; Jack James RoadA
ta Mh fUnlll'e for th' w not It mnooMV sure the school
the mainland climatic define areas in which conditions .tractor
of the t S. Equally lo speculation concerning Sfielwn Dickinson.: State Park TM ,.
.
mentioned nVt when school begins -
wilt be -
fortunate is the fact that torna- changes in this country. said to be favorable for the development d..at UAf Cpet"Clnnel qkhtt aril would then transfer"' the io I tofe" request that Martin County
does are short-lived: and that they There are no more tornadoesnow of l1rnIlJ'Itill prevail are not officially ArmttfCMf to (he State; Park Service for a .tract accept a one-mite section of Jack
>rtr wreak destruction over a small. than a few years ago, accordIng during certain hours are appoint* ---- of html adjacent to the park owned' hoses Raid fur maintenance was
area. The U S Weather The time and place of the actual Here is the lt; to dale. : I
Bureau to Warren O. Johnson meteorologist Church Banner lake Club. 1 hthi' Park Service and wfeaMetor ,t sproved by the Martin County
says that the average tornado covers with the Lakeland Weather occurrence of a, tornado is not Stuart: Southern MethodistChurch I ; Farms; Baptist Church .1 i future school sits subject, to CtwnmtMioft Tuesday
I an area sixteen miles long and Bureau. 'People are more conscious predictable Elks' Lodgm and Stuart Tropical Ind&ntown: Warfiekl School;; apprrtt.il I by tho State Department I I The road has a fifty-foot right-
,, 400) yards wide. Florida tornadoes ," --- I rtinmg School and Ctvte Center
of them he said "and now Seaboard" Air tine station ot Indication of-way and extend toward the St.
are !smaller their average swath there is more likelihood of a storm BLACKTOP COM I R VCT Palm City: Baptist Church. I The Park Service ha* tried for a Lucie Canal from State Ron.. 7ft
: being 125 yards wide and four being I reported because of the TO DKKIRSOV INC. Jensen Beach; ElementarySchool I More than 3.01)0(88)() ) ()()( Amen considerable. time to clear the park ft In near property owned by Jack
'I miles Weather long. bureau increase ia population and the improvement facilities A contract for $2.400 for a Rio. Bowling lane. ,cans .play_the organ_tod.w_ ot privately.owned .I land. The_km James.
records show in communication School, ---------
that 1951 leveling course ol hlI n it lop" for the Port Salerno: Elementary
was the worst tornado in recent
years. Bowling LMKC :
courthouse> parking lot was awarded Coral Garden
in
4 S )ear the period between 1916 For u was a com-
many years Church of God.
I Dickersoit! Inc hv the Martin
and
J' II 19V That
Y1 year. 532 twisters mon belief that tornadoes occurred County Commission Tuesday Hobs" Sound : Presbyterian
caused more than $224.000.000I'o only in the Plains Stales, never _
-
<;s in property damage and took at night and never during the I We hope need them
16 IINCS you never .
winter Recently these beliefs have of Your
Protection
For The .
The biggest loss of life by tornadoes been proved erroneous I-
: I was in 1925 when 794 Since 1916, tornadoes have TV Tower Against Hurricanes
/ pcr'iOn'Acre killed 689 of them been reported in every continental
m one storm that struck: MurpMt-. BUTVB BELIEVE EVERY
horo, III state even little Rhode Island haying See Us /for
three in that time. The storm
, .r ,- c cP By contrast, one hurricane, the .
I which hit St. Louis February Towers
Galveston storm of 1900, took 1959 struck at 2:30: a.m.-m the The Host in Crank-Over IIOMI5: SIIOl'I.I' ) KB; PitH:PAREDVITfI
.L more than ft.rxw( live and tn'i heart of winter, and in the dead
1928 a Florida hurricane took of niht.MO't TV
Ihou'anof' migrant workers and I of the loss of life hy hurricanes WILCOX-HARDY

dead farmers Okcechohee in its hy wake.surprise area leaving in ;the 1,836 lake I more ago took when place little thirty was years known or I 01.1) DIM':. : inn. JENSEN: BlvUII J87-314J FIRST AID NEEDS

about the storm's path or its pow
Kansas led the nation In numer -

of tornadoes reported between ARE YOU INSURED ? I ...

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City Officials I Our long experience and
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Going to OrlandoOn } ;'" "', .' :": r I \1. a' complete stock enables <

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Bond MattersThe 'I.! '';
See Its for u' to fill these
sale of the recent-validat!
Li ed $180000 revenue certificate x r ,,,
needs
for
i issue for the improvement of streets Complete/ Hurricane you
\ in Stuart will be closed out Thurs
I
day Au,. 13. ""' r
COMB? IN AND
'
Vj Mayor Ray Cooke and City > Protection your
Manager Joe Crowder will: travel : t HEAR: OURSUGGEST10NS
.
t;; to with Orlando Leedy, Wheeler lo complete and Allcman the deal, all 4r Home>! Trailer ..
purchasers of the issue at an aver.
age of 3li per cent interest rater and Automobile FOR YOUR
FAMILY'SPROTECTION
Funeral Home Is M
Call .
Given Green LightThe

way was finally! cleared for Remember II'/Hurricane Watch is Posted New I* 1w5_ 114
the construction of funeral homein 287-1822
BILLBERRY a
Little Dixie when Ordinance: Insurance Coverage May not be lJ'rltletlRick -
No. 389 passed its second and final

hearing Monday befort City Commission INSURANCE' ; STUART DRUG CORP.

The ordinance changes from R-2:! Carroll
to C-l the zoning of wtI I It and AGENCY
AGENCY 12, Block J. DWC Ruffs Little j Your Rexall Store
Dixie Subdivision where Stone
Phone 287.0966 Brothers Funeral Home of Fort Jensen Beach Dial 287-3181 2KST( ) LUCIE: AVE., COR. FLAGLER
Pierce is now expected to build 4 -
I a funeral parlor, estimated! to cost -
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.A TILE STUART (Fla. NEWS Thursday, Anew 13. 19(4 Salerno Dunbar Booker Warjield The Cecilios Are dolfi, great grand aunt and uncle
Mr. and Mrs. Cecilio visitec
Grandparents Now their daughter prior to the birth CM
Tracy Erin. They retutrned Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs Peter Cecilto announce -
$155,000 in Building Aug. 5
the arrival of their first Mrs Vatlttigara, Tracy Eru
grandchild, Tracy Erin, born Fri
I and Mrs. Napoli are expected to
day July 17 Parents of Tracy Erin visit the Cecilios in two or threi
I Schools are Mr and Mrs. Steve Valtortigura weeks.
Expansion at
their, daughter.Chicago Mrs Vallortigara is

I M..... Mary Vallortigara, Chicago SOIL CONSERVATION
Plant and specifications for four County Board of Public Instructionat is the paternal grandmother, TRIO TO SARASOTA
classroom: construction projectsestimated I a meeting Monday night by and grand aunt and uncle; are Mr. Three representatives from tit
: to cost a total of $155- I Architect Donald Armstrong. and Mrs. J, Napoli. Martin County Soil Conservation
000 at four Martin County schools i The projects include three classrooms Tracy Erin was' christened Suni district: are expected to attend thi
were presented to the Martin I at Port Salerno Elementary i day Aug 2, by the Rev. Fr. A. annual meeting of SCS distnc
School estimated to coat $35,000 ,
; Valcicak of Slovak
Holy Rosary supervisors at Sarasota on Aug
r CASFS FILED IN three classrooms and administration Church who baptised! Mrs. Vallorti 1921. They are Thomas F Clements
CIRCUIT <'Ol1R.TChancery suite at Dunbar School estimated gara. The christening dress was Indiantown; Lee Cason Jr.,
( ) at $45,000; two classroomsand fifty-eight years old and worn bj} Stuart, and Charles Sipos, area
administration at Booker Parkestimated
Mrs. Cecilio's two brothers and two
Laverne T. Wright vs. JosephW at $30,000, and three Sisters. speaking contestant
Wright Jr., divorce; Harry B. classrooms and administration at Highlight of Friday's session! will
Godparents Mr. and Mrs.
were
Donley. I be the annual state speech: contest
Warfield School estimated at $45- I Joseph! Chelbana.
Virginia Sheppard vs. GordonS. I Following the service a buffet
/ tAe Sheppard, divorce; Elton H. 000.Money for the projects has been dinner was held at the parents' APPLICATIONS FOR
Schwarz. set aside in the new school budget home. Attending were Rev. Fr. MARRIAGE LICENSE
Phyllis Ann Durdge vs. William Bids will be taken as soon as plansare Valicak Mr. and Mrs Joseph Thomas Parker McElroy m to
Spencer FormAdoption divorce; Ray* approved by the State Depart Chelbana and son Christopher, Mr Penelope Ann Hathaway, both of
mond E.
ment of Education.The and Mrs. Charles Chelbana, Mr. ,I West Palm Reach.
rr of a minor child by eleven classrooms will take and Mrs. J. Napoli, Mr and Mrs. I I Jake. Dennis to Dotha Arline,
Chester Arthur Lawrence, step care of about 330 pupils, based! Louis Berky, Mrs Dclorcs Rentner, both of Port Mayaca.
father. Dean Tooker. on thirty pupils per classroom.The Miss Kathy Andrews. I I I John Wilford to Abel Tomson,
(Common Law) new classrooms are expected Other Stuart relatives are great holh of Indiiintcmn.I .
Frank Herman Hawley, executor to be completed by the beginning grandparents Mrs. Eva PeUko, I I I Vernon Ramsey, Boca Raton,
jrIt4 of the estate of Nathaniel Hawley of the second: semester. and Mr and Mrs W J. Cecilio ,,10 Barbara S Beaver of Pompano
If7 deceased, vs. R. M, Pitchford. great aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs I Beach
r, Damages in excess of $1,000. W Nearly 500 varieties of peaches A Lovison owners of the Snack 1 I Bennie Thomas to Ella Mae

R. Scott. are grown. -Basket-, and Mr--and-Mrs. V.-Can- : Nesbit, both of Stuart






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THIRTY-FIVE children attended jthe\ Story Hour at tho Martin
.
,. County Public Library Wednesday, Aug. 5. The Story Hour; were

OBITUARIESMRS a project of the Junior Women's Club this summer with members THE JOURNEY OF LIFE
selecting and reading the stories. Mrt. Ronald Prckup is the storyteller
" '
EMMA' B, ORCHARD freshments were served by club members

Mn. Emma ''B, Orchard, 519
Indian River Drive.! Jensen Beach, Land
passed away Aug. 6 at her residence. Swap to StraightenOut "
From "Births" "Ob't
old.She. She was eighty-three years' Indian Ave. CurvesA to UarleSml1e

had been a resident of Jenscij -
Beach for eight years, coming
from-Syracin, N. Y. She and her: land swap which will eliminate dusted toad to" Cr n. I
husband Harry C. Orchard,' bad two dangerous curves on Indian' Although not mentioned in.the
also been winter visitor here for Avenue between State Road discussion of the land swap, Indian -
thirty-two yean. 76 and U. S. 1 was approved by Avenue would be the connecting -
She was a member'Of the Christian the'Martin County Commission at road with, U. S. 1 should
Scientist Church, Newark. .a. meeting Tuesday. the State Highway Apartment decide tuarttJJ1\
and'' a member of the Order of All land Involved Is under the in the future to build! a new
Eastern New, York: trusteeship: of Charles H. Crlm. Palm' City Bridge it Twelfth Street )
SW1 r.tudher husband, He has already provided rightofway In Palm City. Ito Twelfth Street
and one sitter, Mrs. Irene Mar to the county for the new road. location has been mentioned several
Mitt of San.Prandaca, Calif, The county wiU return tho aban- times as a possible ,route.
Scrvites-vwer' at 2 ,.m. Satur4 .
H .nkl) Ie0!>sn .toiteftLbapci : ,
with the Rev.. Newton ,junior Woman Club Heard
Tweedy officiating;. Burial) was" In
All, ;"jSamUl: Centttcry under ,the Most
Is The
dir 'of'Yatos Funeral Home. Reports on Many Activities Complete Historyof


CAPTAIN The Junior Woman Club of meet with Mrs. William.I* Brit-
WILLIAM V. MURPIIY Stuart met Monday evening, Aug ton and Mrs. 'Robert M. Johnson!
Captain Wlllim P. Murphy,' to, at the homo of( Mrs. Richard .who will help Co-ordinate the show
,Iabty.aile '0( Seymourns :Cottages, Murphy Mrs. Rons Id Prekup was 'Mr Robert Hurly, chairman: the People of Martin County
Jenttn Beach -4edAuj.! f JO at co-hostess.. of the public affiiin department,
Martin Memorial .Hospital: 11)4) Community Affairs deplI 't- /' \ the club's. assistance
resident of this I area (Cor thirty- menU: Mrs. Jack Hampton, \inatr-; to heaPllanc" Occupational Center\
three.yean he came; from Columbus mart' reported on the club's main in Port Salerno Club membersare ,<
Ohio. J e war, a,retired.U. S. project, the Pediatrics Unit of the collecting newspapers! and
Array: CiPUun.: He Was a. member Martin Memorial Hospital. Among msguzlnes to be used by the center Ever Published! .l t
of fraint Joseph's. Catholi Church,' the projects to be undertaken are I Mrs Murky aNd announced that
Swart; toys for the children, murals on Ray Kadlke director'of the
Hqr' is survived!' by his wife, the walls in the pediatrics unit, center, is asking for! donations of
t Neoma a daughter. Mrs. Francis gowns and pajamas for tho child- any type of tools or office equipment
L. Roger of Westervilje. Ohio,anda ; and a "take home" kit that for use by, the clients: of the
brother, Thomas. Murphy, of, wilt( include small toys that the schooL "
Oklahoma City Children 'may take home from the It wa i announced by Mrs Daryl Maybe you don't ordinarily think of your home town weekly newspaper as "History.

A Memorial Mass' will be;said hospital. The club will have a Marsiellcr, chairman of the American Most people associate that word with something "big and important and far away" that
at Saint Jaw fashion show In March for the benefit .
at 7-.30 a nv Friday t Home department, that the
eph Catholic Church and a prayer of the Pediatrics Unit There Together" '1Tw grace cards will affects the course of nations. They think it means 'dates that are hard to remember and
i service .will be held at:Yite Jensen will be a fashion show meeting club will
sponsor grace cards to dead personages of the past about whom they couldn't care less like Napoleon Julius
Beach Chapel 1 at 10() ..m. 1-rl- Aug. 26 at the home of Mrs. Jack be- placed on tables Ire local restaurants ,
day. 'Burial will follow lit West Hampton. The committee, Mrs. beginning September.. Ihe Caesar and King George III. But we have a different view.
palm Beach Memorial Park .under Richard Murphy Mrs Ronald Pre- cards will .emphasise that "The
9 the direction' of Yates Funeral kup and!_Mrs. Albert Krueger will Family that Prays Together Slays
f borne. have four ..with I
:: Protestant -
WARREN L. 'MtRRITI"Warrell C grandchildren, Price Hubburd, Ohio, and nine for ,children Roman:Catholic and a prayer History is the lives of people you know in print read aboutby

Lt Merrill sixty-eight Funeral services Mrs. Rod Adcrholdt: chairman
held
were at
j of S;&lnt Lucia" Avenue Port Salerno John Funeral Homo Chapel on of the program/ committee, announced people who know them. Your home town paper, week after week, publishes one more
died Friday. Aug: 7. -in Coral Saturday, 8th at 3 The Oat tho club's theme for
Aug
p m. chapter of history: birth notices kindergarten news school honor rolls Junior
Gables Veterans Hospital after an Rev George Bout, retired: Presbyterian the year will,be;: "Let's take timeto Leagueteam
extended illness. minister officiated. Burial srrenthcn'out faith, Increase! games, high school football and basketball news, list of graduates at our high
A jiatlva .or Milwaukee,, Wisconsin our knowledge, and! serve others."
was in Fern Hill Memorial Ceme
he had lived in (hit area tery. the membership committee Mrs school with their I pictures, college entrants and graduates, engagements, weddings, per.

for, forty-tore years. H'MtJ Earl D.Rlcou chairmen, will have sonal success stories and, life being what we mirror-divorces, law suits, jail sentences,

member tat Church of,the Port Southern Salerno and a ARIIIUR PArRll'K I CANNON ing.the program for' the October meet accidents, fires-and obituaries. If it happens to the people of our county, there'll be

trustee for many years. He was a Arthur Patrick Cannon, seventy The summer .rtadtng program, "a history of it" in The Stuart News.
three of Oeeuir Breeze Park, Jensen
veteran of World War I I. He Is sponsored"" by Ithu Junior \Vonuns
survived by .hU l wife. Genevieve Beach, died Aug. 10th at hisresidence. Club at the Martin County Library
.
MerriU two daughters, Mrs. Vivian -< has t been well-received according -
Andrews: and Mrs.Ann Woud A native of Redding, England to .(Mrs Larry Ankrom,
son all of Port Salerno two tons, .he'moved to Jansen Beach seven Chairman of the education com History is New Roads New Bridges New Schools, New Homes ..
,
,
t Warren Neil of Southlngton, Conn teen years ago front Trenton N. J. mittee. Approximately thirty-four
and'::: 'moo Ralph Merritt of Mr Cannon ...Worked for the children have, been attending the
Oraflfeburg, S. C. and five grand. Pennsylvania Railroad as a conductor reading* each Wtdnsday morning i and other things that people build in Martin County. Your newspaper is not only a

ch Funeral dren. services were hefd'at' member" 'for of the forty Ouplist years.. Church.He was He a final Refreshments session Au will,.be))2.served at the history of the lives of people but also of the creative, constructive (and, at times, plumb

tho Southern Methodist ''Church.) : belonged to the Brotherhood of Mrs, Mallory Johnson' will be auful) ''things that people do.
Port Salerno on Monday1; Au,: Railway Train' Men chairman .
(
male ,
His wife, Anna Hazel is his a rummage to "
10 3 p.m. The Rev DurwardKnight H. only
I be held by the club at the Dehon
survivor.. Services will be held
Pastor of Southern Methodist ,
Church, Port SaUrno OJ fic"'t-" Wednesday. Aug. I 12. at 4 p.m. Friday Building Aug.from 21 If, and am.from to 3 9 pm.a.m. In our 51 years of continuous publication since thisnewspaper
ed.Burial was in Pine Rest Cemetery at Yates Jensen Beach Chapel ,I.c
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Port Salerno.URFBLECU. I Rev. Jack fernandcz. "Pastor" of to noon Saturday, Aug. was founded in 1913 we have accumulated!
Rio Baptist Chuixl) will officiate. Tho entertainment committee,
Mrs. WlUiant !McKnight chairman, .
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irmsUrfe 80 Bound Volumes of Local History
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announced
a as unnungupt>er
MRS.. M RIIK IKMIVNMrs. : .
Lee White seventy-four, of .
party will b* held Sept 1 19 at the '
820 Saint Lucie Orescent Stuart, Myrtle Irma, winter resident ..home' or Mix lapses K. Rowed for m.
died ,Thursday, Aug. 6, after an at Martms Mobile Homes, club members and) their husbands.Mrs. ., ; Nowhere else in the wide world is there such a historyof

extended illness. Stuart, pissed away Aug. 8. in I .' Harold W. Smith was this place and its people. If there's anything you want
'A ,native of Wayntsvillc.! Ohio Casnovia. Muti i ., following a brief i welcomed] as a new member k> the ,....
be had lived In this area for'the illness. Burial was in the" family club. Guests at the meeting were: : "'"r- '';:-:; to know that has happened here in the past half/ centuryor

pant fourteen ,clIJ'I" He was.a veteran plat at Grant Mutt. Mrs. J. M Bevb. Mrs. Keith ; \, last week-you're welcome to check our files.
of World.War I and a QICOV Survivors inUixte her husband Smith Mr. Wallace Co**; Aims /11Io', -
bar of Post 312 American/Legion i Herman P., one sister. Mrs. Ger- Halbert" PkUnv, Mrs., Richard
of Indiantown. He waa a member trade Smith of Siuurt and four Rastrclli. and Mr Barbara Hamnin.k. -
of the* Presbyterian Church.: nieces: ; Mrs. Marie Tilton and t.ln. P. "Ls You CM fey the MM valuate of SJ lessee covwfeg the of $S for OM yes' mil-ofelate. 1"0" wrap tack *ck.p rr,* pay
H- U survived by his wife.Xor- Helen Spicer, Hobe Sound; Mrs. The tart will;of the Junior hktarinJ feriorf" of the canps8 year .rirtr ae N crews and the pwtact and put k to the .... He ink aa H* elf,. .fch
Ine H. White of Stuart. one son', Dorothy Garner Palm City and Woman dub on Sept .. *
rrintt4 CM .s..tJ U4 that "
". p-eri (pnA.My seen) for .*rW the gwwtee we11 aver a whets year of local fcl'tary I
Mai'vfnt White. Columbia, Ohio, Mrs. Gertrude Mmnihaa of Stuart. 1M home 'of Mrs. Robert .
at
$- f.r MM yeart Mbwriptk for tram A Z. Bus ..(.
Mrs. R. E. Layman 14J to n* Sc.-t News fc tiorfda. ) to jow'B kate to Wa4 I JMIT *ea -
two daughters Apple. I Mrs : war a member of Icy Th executive board will m
Dyerrfod. std 14n. R M.-Thomas the First Presbyterian Church of on Sept. I at the horn of the
of lodumtowtv ,one sister,Mrs. E. Stuart. I I senior sponsor Mrs Hugh Gawn.



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a n l Lighthouse Point Sales of $290,000 Appraisal of !


I Two Parcels Is I
4 I Thirty days after completion 000.00 it was reported this week any subdivision In the Stuart area that New York New Jersey and

of major improvements it Lighthouse by R V. Johnson, president of the In addition to the lot sale, homes Connecticut' were the leaden in
w. Point l lot !sales totaled $290.. all-water front community on the completed or under construction+: out-of'Mate buyer. Made f for Road \

o St"This Lucie represent River the sale of more are valued at $138.105 and many He confidently predicted that the Appraisal of two Paula of land !

1o i 811 Received Aid than one-third of the 206 homesites more home* art being planned for remaining homoite at Lighthouse needed by tile State ROlli Depart !
:t at Lighthouse Point," Johnson erection this fall by lot owners Point would be told out by or mast in the consttvction of Martin
:. FromVelfare Here added "and to far as we know "Certainly all this confirm other before the end of the coming winter Highway ha been completed and f'
this is a record tale volume for indication that Martin Coimly I i. stenos.YIUNIY. reported to Martin Circuit Court
.. t During July Ml persons in ._._. on the move While we are proud by John E Taylor I
a a t Jr"a Martin County receded assistance of the fact that many buyers of otirhomeiite The two section of land are the
t 'h.e+ from the State Department of Public Johns are from Stuart, the ( I ASKS BIDS nation proceeding by the county I
11I. Welfare Appointed buying of outsider attest to the ON ROVD MURK ire 1 I.n acre owned by Lyle< P.Dillmann :
I.. t'' Old age assistance amounting to To Board Again ever increasing; popularity of Martin and others, and .066 ofan
The will call for bid
( $12,143 went to :235 persons County and is in line with the county acre, owned by William Murray
while 123 families representing 419 R Cecil John of Johns Funeral estimate that the county' "population shortly tor leveling and other work and! wife, and others. I
children, received $7,640 in aid Home Stuart ha* been reappointed wiU be doubled by 197J." on road project in the Jensen Taylor apprahed the 1 1.5) acre I
to dependent children. Aid to disabled by Governor Farri Bryant to the Johnson said that the beauty! of Beach Indiantown. and Hone owned by billniann at $72675 j jI
" mounting to $3265 was Slate Board of Funeral Director I the atria natural water way and Vxind area The teals include bud on $475 to acre, and .066 {
f p." given to 34 county residents. and Embalmer. Ho represent the the fine fishing attracted many Ocean View Circle in Jensen I of an new owtud by Murray at
1 Martin County is represented on Fifth District buyers from within the Mate, particularly Beach; Jefferson and Washington $396.I .
'1'I ,0; : 1Ii! the District 10 Welfare Board by John baa been on the board in the Orlando, West Palm Streets in Indian town, and Venue I Till two section of land are the
Mn. Davida Greenlt.es and Mrs for three year and salved a* its Beach Lake Worth and Melbourne Ave.. West Cocoanut, and Karin only two remaining loat are Deeded
' Esther Fenton of Stuart president In 1963. and Cocoa areas He said In Hone Sound. ; by the stale .
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JAMES IL STUART newcomer to the staff of St. Lucia Skyways, pose !before a twin-engiua 1 \I'
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The new addition to'the admin-, auist Harold! Strauss in manage. cargo pilot and flight Instructor. w ; .. i :
I istrative staff of St. Lucie Skyways mast of the airport and its>> facilities During World War II he Hew }
I ]Inc at Witham Field, brings military, cargo planes: t to SouthAmerica b I I"t )
I I many years of varied aviation ex Stuart got Ms pilots' license! at and Africa; After the t t
perience to the local airport.He Lambert Field, St. Louis, in 1930 war he joined Pan American Airways ,k a
is James H. Jim) Stuart, a Since then he has been employedin flying commercial plane to Ice W '; ;
native of Kentucky, who has !been aviation as a crop duster com South America j ,
I flying since 1930, and who will mercial transport pilot military reJden frtfl have 'been part-time i v s.I i"i :'
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about fifteen io
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.........., It.ill were their son and grandson C. years, and have owned a residence 4 '". '
L. Jr and Steve Asheville N. C. in Sewalls Point for five :a
Palm City, News also daughter and granddaughter years Jim expressed delight at being e
Mrs R. B, Riddle and Becky, able to settle" in this. area. "We JI
love It here, he said.
Hollywood. Mr Parker Sr 1 is
MRS. ANITA WHITE, convalescing at home from a recent The a married daughter, .v ,
Correspondent illness. Joan, wing in La isvillo, Ky., anda
Telephone 287-5582 married wit, Charles in I the t I o "

Uttle Cell Luther Ramey 1 II army, stationed Frankfurt.Germany r ..... ,

LIE: FAMILY: GAIHERLNGMr underwent minor surgery: in Mar '' ,
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tin Jtfemorial Hospital Wednesday Stuart's work with St. Lucie )..' \:
and Min. Archie tee, "Sr, Skyways win htclude' "business t "., ,
Okeechobecr' descendants *' the flying i in multi-engine aircraft ; r?
: ; Alien ffld) Debbie Ferguson. jf.} W
older Lee family of early, Stuart,' Miami Are tpending a week visiting which have, capacity: of up to nine 1\ I.. .... ..., f.
had a combined birthday honoring their grandmother Mrs AnitaWhite paskcnger*. Many Martin County j ..?y9.'. R. ''llIf't '
their daughter Linda of Palm City businessmen use this tyro of service s
who was 19 July 27, and for their for fast transportation to distant : .. s II tV '
son Archie, Jr. who entered the Mr and Mrs. David Caudi.Il points :in Honda and,'cUe\ ',,' ,
Navy Aug'6. It,'was a farewell West Palm Beach, are newcomer where Stuart stated. INTEGRITY. EXPERIENCE. REPUTATION : ; :
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Members of r tf e family attending living on East 2nd Street. '. 1 ..
made it a family gathering for
Mrs. Gertrude Lee White, mother;' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chal Mr. Julian"Clark smd daughters
of Mrs Archie Lee, Sr., with all lancin 3rd Street celebrated their Donna, Mary LI lea and Kathy of : administered in a friendly: "
of her children and their families 10th wedding anniversary July Tampa, and Mrs. Robert Tea* manner
and daughters Kathy Marilyn
together for the first time in two 31. .
.. and Rubble of 5th Street. .;
years .
Present from Palm. City were Mr and nJnir V' I. Kenned i Dlr Col t ... : ,
her daughters and heir families have re a twoweekvisit t Mr. and Kiribati Of course banking! b a serious budpevsanil all l'Mwhen,: : thai tint National ami nil'.ovr ;fsnJJV.a ',bf. JKf'fyw' y *, re I.o..
and flew to Ala
in South Carolina. North laughter Troy .
tin Mr. and and sons Mrs Kenneth Kenneth Jr.Challan-,. John, Carolina and Virginia. to get !their son Gary who has at First National'Ireat, the handling;of yoW finances a n.lsht-nW'Iou..nd' .Ibyoytla ih(I"t! I';,' been visiting there usually / W want. ,to I Vi toward* "'
Jim and Dennis; Mrs Ina Mae vitally Important trust A mature and considered Judgmentis are friendly/ < you rlY Oy! .
Mr and Mrs. Lee Butts In '' "dltcWebe' ot. '"'"',
are TrtcnWy
Chaton' and son Jimmy From us too and come anytime for a
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Mrs. Moore entered .6..1 ..
Stuart Mr and Mrs Joe button home from a four-week tout in Maydell a prim banking; c...._ However we alia feel I "*"*'" -
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and daughters/ Judy and Mary. Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. Martin Memorial Hospital Monday ; your :r'r\ t
Another son and family Mr, and for observation. ,
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Mrs Jessie Lee, Jr, and son The Baptist Chapel, R. A. Boy ... w
Wayne of Okeechobce also the and their counselor: Leslie Kin Butch Moody St Petersburg,
berg, had a workday last Setae spent the weekend with hi*, par J { '
other children of the Archie Lee
Sri. Kenneth Steve, Richard, day at Dunklin Memorial Camp. gnu Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirkhart SAVINGS ACCOUNTS CHECKING ACCOUNTS AUTO ,
Skippie, Crystal and Lavon. I In the late afternoon they went Butch has his commercial license \,.
for a swim. and flew a private plane from $t. HOME APPLIANCE LOANS BOAT FINANCING "
Friends of the family present Petersburg. f" 1II 1 .
Mr and Mn. Lewis Wai- --
were 0',,.
Sunday, Au, 16th the aunt
don Bobbie Smith Wei Endfmg* preacher at the United Church of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Diamond .. ...w
er. and Marilyn Burwick of Okra of Jacksonville, the .' .
Christ (Congregational) will beD pent past 7
chobce also Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Bernard Root of Piedmont week with her parent Mr. and :
Rudel KiMimmee./ mother of College, Demortst Ga. Mrs. Ben TeppeMr :( ::
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1 Mrs Archie Lee Sr.tRSO"U

and ,At sr S. R. Kirby.Aihcville I ; 'T"". ""
Saturday Aug. I, Mr. and Mrs.
: Kenneth ChaUancin, 3rd Street I N. C, stopped over for "' ::1 i '.:
Weekend grsestv of frs and had ai dinner guests Vicky and : a visit with the C. L. Parker en- I ,: : 1 ::1(1 We are a home owned, home
Mrs C L. Parker, 15th Semis ChaUancin of South Bay, route to the National Association 11 :
of Postal Supervisors Convention !
the Americana Hull Miami ;: : -. opera/ed/inaneial/ Institution
STUART SAILFISII SUMMER: TOURNAMENT at Beach Mr. Kirby is supervisor of IRST ;. : :; x; :

( b11Oct.. lit) the post office, in Ashevillc. rr t :

SAJLFISH-Mens length division, Ronald! L. Skcltoo. -
;:ry;;; / '
Stuart Boston Whaler, Manatee Manna ............ .. I ft Carla and Kirkhart are
spending a few week with. friend
AMBERJACK: Hugh Morrison, Melbourne Beach, in Lake Placid. i sympu, taeeseveA

i "Gulfsiream" Captain Von K. Jourdan ..... ...... 66 Ib. I o rL M/III
ARCTIC BONITO Marvin E. Nclll, Memphis, Tenn., Lee Palmer was caW to Cherry

"Spray II," c.r1ll1ll'Ray Young ...... ..................... 12 Ib. Valley. Ohio. Sunday due la the
accidental: death of hw 11-'ear-old
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BARRACUDA mill Wagner, Stuart 'Marybob III." brother Roger It 4 '

Captain Bob Serumher. ............. ... 22 to. : i '.Ml f .,
BLACK BASS: R. D. Futch, Lake City Jensen Savanna 10 !B). 3 oz.BLACKFIN Mr and Mrs. Albert Riley, SeaGate ATIONAL : :
weekend
TUNA Chub R. Gorman, Rantoul, 111, ia ClearwiOer lUrbor spent( DM ,

"Marybob. III," Bob Scrimsher ....__. 1
Captain
j- .u torBLUCHSH -j' I : __.. .._ .__1
: Charles Gee Vero Beach ......____w- 11 b. tot Becky Riddte. IWIvwwoJ. is I
BLUE MARLIN: R. D. Farmer, Coco ..dt" "Spray spending the week w.h her CDUSM.. > ,." a' J tJyt ... '.

II," Captain Ray Young ................. 130 B>. Marcia WhUemJe\ ia Sea Gate. Har ,' ,. .," ,''f, **diife"tw'
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BONITO:: Mrs. Ceo Gagne, Coco: Beach, -MarybobIII ,\ ('
," Captain Bob Scrimther .. ........_._......?.... .. It ft. 4 oz.COBIA. Ben Tepee returned front St << .1.Uf. ; ,. ,
: Mrs. Robert WaBiag. Leesburg. "Spray II." May p al. H. nt him Beach. I k'',1II'r'' ',

Captain Ray Young ....._ ... ......... .._............_.__ 68 to. Aug. J.
DOLPHIN: Mack V Farley, Ear Gallia "-Gtdfstmm" MrtVivlart_Kirknart and. children J OFSfuAR1Y' ;' ,

Captain Von Jourdan _....... ....._ .., ........ ___ 4) to. have returned. from throewtrk ANK }

FLOUNDER: Douglas Scnnton. Jensen Beach __...._ 6 to. 3 oz. risk in Bnofw. N. C and __
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Jcffenon While there
City. Tear
JACK CREV ALLE: Hate Longshore, Coco Beach. '
< .held. A
1. ...... .. .. .. a family pttwriitg ten
"SUpper) IL" Captete A. Uluucar 30 Ib. 2 at thirty
brother she had not sera in for Over 31 .
Bank Martin
Your Full Seneca Serving County years
KING MACKEREL )Eraett: Dcsharoaa, JJuoa rears aftmied. Thirty nctnbcn of
Heights, N. Y 'Fran L. Captain Pay Koberttoa 51 I to. the family were prewotIa

SEA TROUT' L W Cane, Palm Cay 12 to. 7 mSNOOK. I7ih century London .t.ca(. AMPLE FREE PARKING WITH TRUST POWERS

: Norm Selufl. lessen Bach 3* !to.TRIPl a ma wanted to smote .be wwK

TAIL Colts Braid DsytanaJack*,' Captain to ha apothecary shop smoking
Frank McOoUy 32 to Z of room- i the rear-too*; dbva hw

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2.B THE STUART,(Fla.) NEWS ,RetIJearaal dd4d 1'<'
1 aAJ+lIWit f3. MM I Nina Katherine King find John C Norris In At Pink Pony ,I'


Tartars Married Church 8 Mr. and. Mrs I t.hm'R. '
Weddine Rites at St. Maw's Am.
: were toe.. Friday c
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Nina ferterwe KI -
jT ] St. Marv,v Episcopal Chinch i with pink rose' 1Mir flowrrs were For ttMn trip to Jirsia. the Norm wetfding re
have Mr.reMfn W''rfrfrs. 'JMward Tarver !X 1f! v'it the selling Saturday afternoon I cascades of pink Delight" roses and bride wore :k :c i which was held it the
to .
home
on >"r the wedding of Miss Nina,' greenery sly da IId f9! u.hfltl J awn and
Rivrviewrlve after bring! ma Katherine. King daughter. .. of Mr. Utlle Mm Lynn Kathcrme llthan .. Of than iced. white ehr,
Tied HI 3*. IflJi Jeije MrTurver and! Mr. William V. King Semtn-I Crawford .tfawhter of Mr. and sleeveless. ....., decorated the beauiil Hy i iLshaiwd
was liueroqnr Mrs Rose ole Avenue end John ,C'. Norris. Mrs. JMMB. Crawford and niece Over it she wore a dainty MMSSC table Whcit: '
Frailer f Stuart 4A I-' 1- son of Mr and Mrs John B, Norris I I of ,the bi jBc. was flower girt and of imported re-emtootdefeti 'tooe, seated. n ?
ot Lake Jem The Rtv Arthur wore a froek of pale pink organdy back buttoned and piped' in Mk Attending were the }
MARTINtEMORIAL\ f r, Smith performed the 4 o'clock, over white silk Her matching head linen Her corsage: was white orchids Mrs. Arthur Smith. Mr
HOSPITAL ceremony before a large gathering bandeau was fashioned of pink On their return 'from William King. Mr and
4 of relatives and friend Robert sweetheart roses and she ,carried a Jamaica: 'Mr. and Mrs. -Norris will thur Moms M rand I''
Aug : Admitted. .Ellen
Ortiz
and Brenda '. Christensen served as acoMeThe I dainty basket of net, lace and reside in Indiantown. Bland Mr and Mrs Ro
Myert. ,GoodmanDiachargedJohn ,, Rod Aderbolt; Linda 'w ; beauty of (the chancel,] was pink satin ribbon filled with rose She is a graduate of 'Martin Timer Powers. John Ise
Johnston and Bla ,Weeks. fI" 'ylk a a r enhanced with 'lighted/ taper and I petals. County High School ,attended and "Mrs. James Crawf
altar floral arrangements of white I William T. Bland of Mount Florida 'Southern College' Lake Lily Mae King Miss K
Aug. S: Admitted Margie Ham- it gladioli ,daisy chrysanthemums I Dora served as beat man. land, and has recently been employed lon Mrs Charles Porter,,
age Cel Ramey Geneva Foster ,' tube roses and carnations White Mrs. King mother of the bride at Martin Memorial Hospital Porter Jr.. Miss Nina K t
and Bror Carlberg.Aug. satin bows marked the pews where !I Chose to wear for her daughters I John Norris
6: Admitted Ernestine <'if. members of the family sat wedding a sheath style dress of Mr Norris is a graduate of ,
Eckess Drew King James Oaug- 'I, ;, As guests assembled' and were I white silk linen and embroideredcut Mount Dora High School and the SLUMBER, BIRTHDA1
ban Ethel Persia and David Nis- ,,< I j4\ ." escorted to their/ places by the uth- I lace with a turquoise feathered University of Florida, Gainesville : ARPV WAS HUD: ,
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hop; Discharged, Charles Wilson s r r .r r J I ,"' j.>'J"i! ;.' ers, Arthur Norris, brother of the pill box ,hat and turquoise accessories. He is employed by 'Minute Maid Mrs. Clair Gilson en'ty
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William. Koonse and Grae Guthrie ". r 1 '"..'; .'. bridegroom Charles Porter Jr.. I .:Her corsage: was a yellow Groves Corporation as area production the following girls at a sluit
James Crawford and Timer Powers I orchid.The I tin honor!
t ,', manager j birthday party
Aug. 7: Admitted Philip Fens ...' a program of nuptial music was bridegroom's mother Mn I ,Among .out-oftown guests attending 1 granddaughter, Clariac Gil
termaker, Edna Mae Atkins. William ut played by, the organist, John Fulton Norris, wore a sheath style dress : thirteen last Satur
... .. the wedding' from West was
:: I taffeta. Heraccessories
Murphy, 'Walter For the of pink eyelet over I
Salzmger, processional he-playf: I Palm .Beach were Mr, and Mrs girls met al the Gilson'sFriday
Catherine' Silvia ed the "Bridal Ctionn"from "LO- : were white and her hat '
flmshnr-and Cody: ... and stayed until situ
B Jr. Mr and Mn Ed
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Paty
DischaTg' Giughan. Frank Ackermann Elna for the recessional the Wedding lavender orchid complemented
I and family Dr. and Mrs. A. Jones, the movies.. ,
Connor. Paul Kerner March" Felix Mendelsshon her .attire I
Washington by Those attending were{
Mr and Mrs. Paul Broker, Mrs
Thompson, Harold Houston and The bride beautiful and radiantin ,,Immediately J :following the ceremony Sluckey Sandy VanHees.2entz. ,
J Daves Mr. and Mn.jK.; Paxton
Mr. .and Mn King were
Gfneva Foster her formal gown of re-em- Melanie Urquhart
Elizabeth and King :Batter Jr.
Aug. 8: Admitted. Tellissa Wine. + 4 broidcred imported Alencon lace ; hosts for the -reception, which was ; Rollins, Lila Lee Lunnguest
Mr and Mrs. Russell Boyle Delray
brenner and Bonnie Montgomery, and silk was escorted and given }in I held at their home, the Pelican ; I of honor,
Mrs. K. Vero, Mt and
'' Bradley
Discharged, Margie Harnage, Brenda I marriage by her father. Her(fitted I Hotel-on! Seminole Avenue. Elaborate _
Mrs. Dave Aranow, Ronnie and
Goodman Arthur Cannot,. T'a : bodice of lace with accents of floral arrangements of white SmoJUySoya
( Francene Aranow
Dorathy Ainsworth Broods Green, seed pearls featured a daintily scalloped gladiolI Daisy chrysanthemumsand Hollywood;
J Mrs. William Stephens, Ohio 'Mr.
Willie James Vince' "J V and sleeves carnation were used effectively ;
Haynes, Scame: neckline Tiny and 6000!TIIATC THE WA'ICpufDUTA
v and
horn and Edward Andrews "' r self-buttons at the back and ;soft throughout thereception 'room Mwiu George rrttt.Mp: AMPFIw
Aug 9: Admitted, Media Mann, darts accenting the waist line enhanced The bride's .ablewaa overlaid Mrs. ,
Katherine Oliver Eva Jones, J. D. d the beautifully shaped,skirt I with an exquisite hand crocheted Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oglesby,.
Smith and Joseph Haydon; : d,. t t and a detachable chapel length banquet! Cloth which had been Winter Park;
Discharged, Drew King, Bonnie ? train extended from a soft; bow made by her grandmother 'the Mr and Mrs. Arthur Norris
Adkins, George Parks and Philip at the shoulder line adding interestto late Mrs. O C Oliver Centering Gainesville; Mrs (Arthur Cloven
Montgomery, Sylvia Cody, Edna the back of the gown. Her bead the table was the tiered wedding Tampa; 'Mrs. Arthur'Colber and
Fenstermaker covering was a full-length imported cake topped with pearl-encrusted children, Susan and Tina IMell;
Au,. 10: Admitted Earl Hat- mantilla of illusion {edged wedding bells,....nd encircled at the Miss Julia Cole Mr. and -Mrs. I,
taway, John Samson Frank RoN i : with a deep scalloped band of Al I base with Florida orange bloaw>ms. Norris, Leesburg! ; Mrs Charles
Dior, Gloria Fondo, Dennis Cooper encon lace touched with dainty Following the traditional ,cuttingof Norris, Ustus; Mr. and Mrs that'; ,
Maydelle Moore Harlin Gillespie clusters of tiny seed pearls. She I the first slice of wedding cake lea Moorehcad Mr and! MM.: W'-j
and Eugene Smith, Discharged' carried a cascade bouquet fashioned by the newlyweds, the cake was I' T, Bland. Jr., Mount Dora; Mr.
Marie McCullough, Telissa Win*, of cattleya and Vanda orchids : then served by Miss Mary Ball. and Mrs. Robert Dairs, Gainesville;
brenner, Rebecca Keller and Alex tube roses and Ivy. i Miss Tinka Parks, cousin of the\ I Mr. and'Mrs W?R. Taylor Mr -
Lyp Births: Mr and Mrs. Murray < The bride was attended by her bride Mrs. R...E, ,Adcrholt and and ,Mn Paul ...SieftieP..Mt. aced _
Harnage, son, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. \ ,' 'J IiI.II' : four sisters Mrs James Crawford Mrs Jim Mills served punch from 'Mrs Charles Wilder. Mr and Mrs. ?
Adkins, daughter :' "I matron of honor and Mist Lily beautifully .appointed tablet over William ,Myers.all Indiantown.. JLK'e keep the wood grae|
'Mae King, bridesmaid wore gowns I laid with hand crocheted cloths Mrs.Jim Diamond, Mrs, Grover
Honor Couple at of deep pink, taffeta overlaid with which had been ,made .by Mr. C King, and Jack King Hobe Martin County's ONE Sl
white organza and styled With ,a H. H Hipson, Sr Floral arra"io-I Sound.
Dinner Party modified scoop neckline, shaped" ments on the tables were fashioned BOOK, BIBLE a
sleeves, and slightly belled skirt of cattleyea and Vanda orchids Mr and Mn Harry A. Corley RECORD Shop i ij
Miss Nina Katherine King and ,I falling from inverted pleats at the : The orchids making up several and children, Steve Kathy, Susan,
John, C Norris whose wedding waistline Dainty sashes of eyelet of the exotic arrangements were and Dana returned to their homein ALENTINEBOOK !
was solemnized last Saturday, and embroidered ribbon: adornedthe 1 grown and !sent from West Palm Golden Gate last week from a
were honored Wednesday' Aug gowns. The Misses Qmntina Beach by the B. ,F. Paty family, trip to South"- Carolina where they AND RECORD SI I
5. with a dinner party which was 4 ,and Elsie Ann King junior bridesmaids i cousins of the bride visited Mr and Mrs Otis LoweIn 329 EAST OCEAN BL\'|
give for the bridal party by Mr. p'yMR wore (towns in a dtlicate Miss Mary Berry registered there Bath, and other relatives in that ClwJ All. Day W 4unltWMS >,
and Mrs David Irons and daughter shade of pink identical in design to at a table decorated' with: I area
Miss Shirley Ann Irons. h those worn by the matron of honor ribbon ball. .entwined with_
The: living room was decorated and bridesmaid. The attendants' sweet heart'rO'leI.. I
with krangements of pink and yellow headpieces were fashioned! Of circles 'I Mrs. Charles Porter, a close ,
gladioli and mums, and the with friend of the family, was in Chargeof I
AND MRS, JOHN C of white silk organza
NORRIS
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buffet table was centered with a scalloped edges and embellished the wedding arrangements I
,cupid candelabra-vase' with an arrangement --- .tl
of Him! fern atvd
pink
ant! f yellow daisy chrysanthemums Stuart Woman Club Plans Will Give Awards to Young Readers on Aug. 19 -

"JJghteA Upers added an Oectlveglqw ". '..... .

to the beautiful setting,Marathon W Business Meeting A'ug.9 Bear Coming to PartySmokey

Enjoying a vacation trip to Smokeu \ KRISTOFFERSEN
last week were Mr and Mrs
Herman Reitz Mr. and Mn Ben I The regular business meeting of A progress report will also be PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALT

Fulton and Dr and Mrs. Carl the Woman Club of Stuart ''will be I given\ by the ..committee for the Bear is going to hand At this .time Smokey will giVe elub members are 'invited to the I 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.OUR PHONE 287 1
Fogt and family. They stayed at held on Wednesday, Au,. 19. at Pioneer all\ club members ,I
Occupational Center certificates to party.
the Key Colony Beach Boatel 12:30: p,m, at the ,club house. A out Certificates,: ,to young Martin who"have, 'read and registered ten
i sack lunch will precede the business County readers at a big party on
<.. ] L. I portion oN the> meeting I Mr and Mrs. Edward Moran of or more books in either the Smokty
19.Smoky. World Fair in
Aug Bear Club or the
CARD OF THANKS > The first' ,event scheduled by the I Hibiscus 'park recently returned will arrive by plane next Books Club. First and second
Ways and Mean Committee for from a vacation spent'In northern the''two ,
will be awarded to
Our recent sad l loss leaves til with the fall .salon, will be a coffee New Jersey} and New York Following Wednesday morning will be met prizes each who have
grateful hearts toward neighbors card be held Wednesday their home at the airport by Stuart Volunteer children in program
I party to on return they had most books, Reading rt>
and friends. Their comforting expression Sept. 9, at 10 a.m. Mrs. J. as their guest his brother and sis-- Fire Department and escorted, to cord read the cards will be returned to in .ANNUALAUGUST
of sympathy and thoughtfulness "Edward Book and Mrs. George Moran of Bayonne N.. J. Also Martin County Public Library .
members.To
will always be remembered Kaufman, co-chairmen: will discuss' ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. John There the party, which will wind members
Jim Pomeroy and Family their ,plans for this party at the here from Bayone for a :visit it, up the season for the Summer Va- : ,date seventy-three least ten titles CLEARANCEAND
Bernard / cation Reading Clubs sponsored have registered at ,
... r rA August meeting Bougherty
by the library, will be held at 10:30: and several children are close contenders -
am in the Conference Room. for top honors. Books any' BACK.TO-SCHOOL
:
There will be games, stories and be recorded on. reading card thru ,
For all your Lawn cutting problems: I refreshments. 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Au,. 15. AU


.Mrs.-- William D. Franklin

POWER MOWERHEADQUARTERS ,, ,

.Receives Upper Iowa U. r

:

Bachelor of Arts Degree


Mrs William D. Franklin received -
Expert the degree of bachelor of r.wutaTMrt4k .

arts on Aug 6 from Upper Iowa

SALES 4V SERVICE University Fayette, Iowa

Mrs. Franklin is the former 30% TO 50% OFFAll

Carole Lynn Bunny) McCutlough
}Ve and Sell!!
'5 use genuine Factory parts only! of Stuart Her mother Mrs. Marie

McCullough: is the Martin County
e t! !_ Authorized Public Health Nurse. Sales Final. No refunds or exchanges

Mrs. Franklin was on the dcent
;)
,; aw -At"icy foci list! three straight semesters, Including Hock of Girls Dresses
MOWF..ASCO" her .senior year. She will to
%" ALLIS-CHALMMSMOTOMOWKK graduate with a major in Eng Irokr* sizes la toddlers through Size 14 $199 $7. 99
tlit 3 VAKDMAN halt. and music with a minor in history Fees eety 'were $1.91 4o $12,98

ROTO-HOE: ,IknHcr LAWN UNCO BOY ,

with anyMower {; MODKMN"TOOL a DIE County She graduated High School from in 1958 Martin and t Rack of'Girls Play Clothes

lidia; ** tie '; ENGINES was awarded the Arion Award .1r...,. atzca la toddlers Orach SUe 14 J Oho OFFBIG
for musicianship her senior year EicevtkMul Value
::
Market I ITU + rniATTONS
Today
le ALLI .THAI MEKS A graduate of the Palm Bench
LAWN BOY School of Modeling,, the has been
$..U. tnrfiNlM. Riding. taws Tractors. acuAtos a music teacher since 1961 it

KOHLBKRirca Tennessee Texas and! tows and MRS.-WILUAM D. FRANKLIN BARGAIN TABLE OF
COMPARE WHAT YOU CETt also has been choir director dunnc ODDS AND

t ..,. 32 I Inch est,- WorU'e simplest drive It's Quiet! Ifs this I period for a number of Kermit pucker has returned ENDS 'FOR BOYS, GIRLS, AND U PAW aCHILDREN'S

SBMMMU! Its PfowU; churches Mrs. Franklin has one son, from a vacation trip to PhOad' 't- GREATLY REDUCED

EXTRA TRACI1OVTwo wheat" palSog ail of the lime Braden Her husband is a professor phM. Pa. where he took his family
.. dtffme.ru acdoa. of economics at Upper Iowa to visit Mr. and Mrs. W J. Ia dew
PHONE University good parents, of his wife. tot...
MORE MANEUVERABILITY Shorter wheel bye| shorter Mr Franklin and her family Tucker and baby remained oe.a: BATHING SUITS HALF PRICE
tenis. radius thM. a>y other.Urge. tutting equipment. 464 Han to make their home hi CMkpj few weeks longer v Slt.
-2664 Station. :Tex Her husband also ONE RACK LADIES DRESSES
TRIMS BETTER cut beyond the wheel' tread, operator. IM AT CLOSEOUT
will .be a research economist for Mrs. Frances Ferguson his returned
fans tractor otwtrurtioMi as tread .
M type of
cuuttag path.
Texas AAM University home from Oulfport Miss.

EXPERT MAKES MOWERS\ where she visited her son. Witxr.
REPAIR ALL
SORORITY HFID and family Her U ughter- aUw.Mrs. .

A CARD PARTY Betty Ferguson and daughter, The Village
the.Mws Kay Frances and Debts Shoppe

BACKIEL ENGINE SALES Member of EptlW Zeta Chapter Ann Ferguson, returned to Suits
of Beta Sigma Phi were hostesses with her for a two-week vtut.'

at a .nrd party last Friday OSCEOLA AVE.
207
morning. Aug 7, at the communityroom "Mr and Mrs. Anthony Rat nrr STUART
3361 S. Federal Hwy. (U.s. No. 1)) Fort Pierce of the FiN National Bank of Madison Avenue have a* ftwr Near the Lyric Theatre .

... !Prue winners were Ain Jane guest her sister Mrs, E Lhfcfar.
orrosriE DRIVE-IN. THEATRE Anthony Mrs Mary Hudson, Mrs. and ton. HaroU. of Oevthnd.. .
Xkxta. .Pcvor.Aftd .kin. Jdsry.Xau '.QhtxZte. wuaoa will JM Aerie fit
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4 B THE STL ARI (flu t NEW Thundiiy Aup*! IX 1964 !
_.: :_ '. :_ '1 Lard f ord

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MarinaGuesfs
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.V J According to Perry Kirk, manag

er of Langford Terrace and Marina .

i, there were twenty yachts with '
'
their owners berthed at the Manna + e e r ,r 3

this past week. Among them wa a

I group from the Bucanneer Yacht

Club of West Palm Beach ; ,

Yachts and owners from Florida { s tf
f
included Melody, Mr and Mr*.
.'+ Y I' C E Golbcrg, Deerfield Beach,

tl A "Sidny D II", Mr and Mr. John r1+1 +tt 'Mr ,
t DcForest t Miami: "Lad V. J.
D Wright Jr. Sanford; USI Bon'. t' I '
I
+1i Dr Paul Minthorcn Tampa: I lv/

"MimlII'\ S. D. Batchelor, Melbourne ,
a+ ew 3 .' I : Hclsbells, Maynard Isa- -
1 bell, Lake Park, "Bohemian", Dr
'\ tf I JO. A. Holier, Melbourne: "Mar. rwrw, Iwl s

,, py ,1\ Kay". J. M. Bunn, Orlando, "Wasi I
.' ill", Jess Moree, West Palm Beach,
,, '\ Holly'* Folly, Robert W King
'. Ft Pierce; 'Flying G IV, Mario I
'I V. Gimma Palm Beach; 19 rI ,
t' t' Gotcha' Munselman {
1 ....:. Cocoa 'hG'Mar: li V", Edward : I I I ,
.
r 1. tl : ,4 I J. Dennis Ft Laudcrddle, I II I
a IM
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a ,. i.J, :' "
,., u Southern Cros* Mr, and Mrs
N. G Gcanaros, Satellite Beach,
MILS. JOSIPH: MAKAL, Chapeuu. parse presenting, gavel to Mrs Roland Mmnchun newly "On Call. Jay R. Rodgers Palm

installed U! Chapcau. 6f the Si Lucie County Salon, No 643 Eight and Forty, while Mrs Beach; "No NII 1e", Mr and Mrs I f i! it'
-s Paul Tausxh, retiring Le Chapeau, looks on I Met! Spencer. West Palm Beach: A
;"'erm ..l":Ed ;
Winkle Palm Beach
Mrs. R o\and Vlinnehan Is Head Secretaire Cassiure, Mrt Andy I Shores!, and "Pern Don", H. GWamngton I i iR ir

I ( T ima of Port Salerno at L' Au Palm Beach.
monler: Mrs. Edwin Newman a* Yachts and owners from out of
Of Eight( and ForllGrouJ L' Archivists, Mrs Robert Singer state were "Spendnft", C. O Wil R '
_- as La Concierge, Mrs. Edwin H son Jr. Spencer N. C.. and Sea: I I
LuciJ; Pearson as L'Avocatei Partnership Boots', Bruce S Lachlan, New t"", ys
The St. County Salon No. '
Chapeau tho I,
: passe wan installing p
chairmen: included Mrs Jane Livermore > York, N Y. "
643 Eight and forty, comprised lortiler. assisted hy Mrs. Frank of Jensen \Beach, and Mrs. ': ;
of partner from Indian River, SL Spelt pi Concierge of Jensen Villa guest who arrived this past I I -
Harold Mason and Mrs.
Emily
1 Lucre and Martin Countiei held Beach and Mr Harold week were from various cities: in Work Richard Work, fifteen, Robert!
Mason! L' Davf. I>R. ELVIN II. KIILIIKHER, PhD. retired Sewalls: Point Philip Work, ten, Larry eight
Hi annual installation of officer ,,Aunionitr of Nero Beach The next will be heldon Florida: They were Larry C i Griggv with host at Fontana Work, nine, Mrs Alvin Work, the Killheffer's daughter Alvin
meeting Ocala, C, C. Doerr, Gainesville, chemist: t. hit wife was to family reunion
In '
for the 1964-6 Ft Pierceat Mr Roland Mmnehan of Stuart
year live in
The Works Chicago where
Aug 28 at the American LeaionHall of Work and David Work fourteen
John Benedict Ocala; Edward J. Village Resort, high in the Great Smoky Mountain western
the American Sixteen ,. !
Legion Hall! : wat installed at Lt Chapeau,
m Jensen. Beach, at ,which Lucleur Mr and Mri. Mr Work .ia sales representative for American Greeting Card Corp
partners were present and a Le dcmi Chapeau Premiere Mr. : Ocala: North Carolina. Pictured with the. Killhcfffrv left to right, are
time Mr Mmnehan will
appointher
dinner the Charles E Ford, Tampa, Louise _
at Trade Winds Cafeteria i Larry Finean of Vero Beach; I chairmen various '- -- ---- -- -
for the --- -- -
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com -
Gibson, Miami Beech Jean White, orr
In preceded the absence the of meetin the Solon,. DCnarlmcnlal ,' and Mrs Le Joseph demi De Chapeau Mancbro Deuxiemet of Ft, e'nJt: that control'of work for tuberculosis'the prevention iii Miami Beach: Mr and Mr. W Ark.. ........iMe'ak" +rri Kt, aRauca +PaW.nk.w+urMt IMr'IIIIAr ...! Retirement Now CLUB YOUNG WILL REPUBLICAN MEET :
Oscher, Beach Mr and
de Florida offlcen, I' Pierce Other were Mrr. William I Pompano ;
juvenile* and cystic: fibroit in For McPherson
Mrs Joseph! Malta! of Middleton of Jensen Mrt. Norman J. Bolmger, Jack
JPierte Beach at La The Young Republican Club of
!: children SOCIETY I NEWS
_.-..- .. sonville.: Mr, and Mr. R. GuillemeU -
'T-- Martin County will meet thu
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander
Miami Springs, Mr and
Siter- Thomasma returned this Aldo McPherson whose wife, Betty, i is 'Thursday, Aug 13, at 7:30: pro
Mr H Loos De
Slate School Executive week to Holy Name Convent in I Mr* anil Mrs Warren Berry Sullivan; '-TA swswr! 1aka1"Maxr ;aAVb""" ar.a, . San >Antonia, following a visit with Winter Park Mr and Mrs. Carl of 26J6 S W. Thirtieth Court for Governor Headquarters, the
ToAddKsS'CTA. Meeting her mother, Mr*. Ernest Ricou, and Sullivan Tampa; ; J. F Michel, Lea Ann Bowden Engaged toWed Miami, ha retired from the U. S old Three Coins Dime Store, Sl
other: rilutives Miami: J. Schott, Miami; Mr and Air Force at McCoy AFB Fla, Lucie Avenue and Osceola Street
M.... Raymond A Marcimkoskl, after twenty.four years service The age limit is seventeen to forty
Mint Peggy Harkms of Chicago,
(/Ray Tipton, Tallahassee .execu dent of the local organization, who who\ hat been upending several day Lake Worth; Mr and Mrs Beverly .Dak L. Cote. :in Fall Colonel McPherson, a command four. Either members Republican or Democrat .
"vecretary.. Florida Departmentof \ tald that the speaker ha more than at the Dessert Inn on} Miami Beach Grizzard LeesburgMrs: KathrynL. pilot was assigned to an Air I ; party may join

School Supormtendcntj.lwitt be 22 years of service in the field of at 'the'l BUM'! ,.o( friends arrivedWddnetjl Ryan, Palm Beach: Mr and Mrs Alvin I. Bowden of Kobe Weather Service: unit at McCoy
the speaker at ir'nieeting" of the eJucaliop his I Georgia ;ajut Florida / y''fur a visit with her parent -i.Mr. Dexter D. Coffin. Palm Sound announce the engagement prior to hi* retirement JERRY 1IIOMAS! HEADS
Association Martin'' County Cuu roomiT* *h- During World War U, Tipton ."* Mri'andt, Mr*,:.MJchael Hart 1 Death: .Mr and Mr*. H G. Byrd, I of her daughter Lea Ann to Technical ; The colonel, who served in the HEART ASSOCIATION
i August 273"- scrvad'ta ""the Air Transport Command kinsMm. Harkms I is secretary in Riviera Beach; Sergeant bale.L Cote, 'ton China Burma India Theater of State Jcrrv
i.The meeting will be held at the 'and) he holds the rank of the purchasing department in the I John P. Chmtoff Ocala Robert of Mr and Mrs. Florent C Cote Operations during World War II, Representative
JMartm\ County High School, accofding lieutenant Colonel in the Air forceReserve ; BloomfieU Industrial Company in E Nancarrow, Micanopy: Mr, of Beaverville, III rI i il also a veteran of the Korean I Thomas was unanimously elected
to Mrt, Amy'' I i and Mr, J. Rogers. Melbourne president of the Palm Beach -
Frary, presi-.. Chicago.GHLE1TE : I Miss. Bowden is the daughter of Conflict. Among his decorationsare
-- ---- -- _..- Beach; Mr and Mrs S. P. Bellour, the late Alvin J. Bowden She ,l the Distinguished Flying Cross, Martin Heart Association! at a

Orlando, Mr, and Mrs. E. Reining, graduated from Martin County]( I i Army Commendation Medal Air : : of the ExecutiveCommittee :
Eau Gallic, and Mr and Mrsi High School anJ is presently employed Medal and the Air Force: Commendation Thomas will fill the

.... Koussp r ie. ... In 4V0bHlpn| D____ MdJal i n" ; uneipueJ term of Carl A, Fischer
1BETTY u who'resigned i hia t to move toChiaugtll
f8lorgeent ''Gna Itpduarcdwfptil! rwx Colonel McPherson, a former ,I post
MILLS UNITMw"F Donovan Hijfi"Softool I, Donovan,' resident of Stuart, it a graduate _
ON: THURSDAY ill; .end\ i* presently! stationed atMontana I 1 of Martin County, High School i y
The Betty Mills' Circle of the Stale College, Bozeman, 4. '. He attended the University of I, -- -- --

First Baptist t Church met with Mrs Mont with :the Air Force ROTC ,,3S Florida, Rollins College' at Winter I
John Antoch, Tuesday, Aug II. Program, Park, and earned his l BA, degree I
The meeting WM opened with pray Th wedding is planned for Oct from the University of Miami i iI
erhy Mr. Robert Turner, and a 24 at Andrews Air Force Base where he was commissioned I I IDxt
f'ilTEXECU1IVK apeclal prayer was offered by her Chapel m Washington, D. C. through the Air Force Reserve Officer irT
for missionaries, Mrs, G. C Crews I Training Corps program

conducted the business meeting. 38TII WEDDING rJ. Mrs. Dalton Anderson and
VISIT IOUVTAIN
OUR
The program was entitled "Help ANNIVERSARY PARTY ., daughter, Dehhie, I
are in
ing the Church Fulfil its Mission" ttMISS Valdosta, Ga.. this week visiting F.r Y.ur ,....... Drink
and those takini part were Mrs. Mr and Mrs Ralph E. Frey LEA' ANN BOWDEN I WE SERVE LUNCH

: PREMIUM Edna Mathews, Mrs Damon Silvers celehrated their. thirty-eighth wedding -- J: A. Brown of Lakeland is vi+it'l I STUART DRUG COHP.kids .
CUARANTIHEDM Mrs Turner and Mrs. Crews. anniversary Friday, Aug.' 7. ing his and
daughter IIIIn..in-law.
Mrs E. J. pross and] son Emil, .lId
U L1. a Flaler Dial AT r
''I lOO'/i UuPont Nylon WRITIN TO WEAK Luncheon was served by the with a family dinner party at 'are visiting her daughter, Mrs J. Mr and Mrs. Earl Tillman, West t I II I THE RiXALL: 'TORt
3S MONTHS-JUtiO MAISas hostess There were sw members Fort Pierce Also attending were 5th Street. '
4 PULL PLY >
NOT I LY PROMOTIONAL TIBU McIntosh and family 'm Niagara
and and law, Mr. I
their
two daughter !
mJ iiuriMM guests present son-in- -
NEW NARROW'lUBELESS WIIIIEWALL9 INIMWI, w. ..r.IoI Mr.wll M .1 ,,, and Mrs Avery Carter, and daughter Falls. Canada. ', Y
a'
TUBELESS Wp.M, tHt wqM*. Hw An rlq MH w wml era Cm ww* toMMk Mr and Mrs. Manley Kulman Ellen Mrs. I I. L Decker has' returned 14

WHITEWALLS ; tar *wNM Maw HIMI.M.II Uw w .W M raw M and children, Joyce, 'Nancy, Samuel home from Deerfield Beach where
David and Edward, have returned David Bishop, 412 California shrf visited her daughter, Mrs EdO ,, ,
to their home in Magnolia Avenue, recently) had the misfortune 'Connor, for several week. 't r'
,SALE PRICE: Springs Ala. following a viwt with of falling from a ladder and "' ,
Silt: ,; PRICE: Mrs. kulman uncle and aunt, Mr broke his ankle He it in Martin Nearly 194:(000 J 000 neckties sr'f '
and Mrs. Jolly Bozone. Memorial Hospital were sold! in this country in 1963. "
700x14<< I.r. ...A.750x14 ...., 26.38 ..........:... 3 for 79.08 and get i ONE TIRE FREE -- .__. I .a ar aI
:..- .:... ... 2808 .. .. .... ....I t 3..for 8424 and get ONE TIRE FREE *' .... -> tv i !, w ..

800x14 ..Mi. ...,... .. 29.41 "''''\ 3 for 8823 and get ONE TIRE FREE TW 1
850x14 .X,;: 31.84 ...,...., 3 for 9552 and peg.l land ONE TIRE FREE900950xN. I I

.. ., 3483 '.. .. 3 for 10449 gt ONE''. TIRE FREE' I 1
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600x13 .....1..... ..... 23.16 ..... ./. 3 for 6948 and get ONE TIRE FREE ,.".. *%m II t 'afr

640x15650x13 .... 26.82 ?," .. 3 for 8046 .nd get tnd ONE TIRE FREE I
I 25.13 3 for 7539 get ONE TIRE FREE
670x15 ,,.... 27.38' 3 for 8208 .nd get ONE TIRE FREE &feg

710x15 .. .. 28.'. 3 for 8682 .nd get ONE TIRE FREE <3 i ir

I 760x15 ... 32.37 . 3 for 97.11 .nd gt ONE TIRE FREE 1 ,

600/820x15- .... ,34.71 .. 3 for 10413 lad got. ONE TIRE FREE I 1 ,.
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OPPOSIII.: UNllSLLY:- LUMBER:
I and Mrs. Elizabeth Billy Mrs. Ox-ol is the mother of Billy Osccota, of his
2903 V). 4th M" HWrmRCK: : 461.177 tribal fad .
) council Mrs. Billy served] u interpreter for (ra Oxc toll who doe not tprai The ,/ n .. t.U.t, IOu",l 1ta to rw1
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4-B THE STt Alii (Ha > Ni E WS Thursday. AupiM 13, 1964 j t' :
: :I. _. __ Langford


Marina


Guests


According to Perry Kirk, manager
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.i' of Langford Terrace and MarIna 8 % I
1 :
there were twenty yachts with ,
their owners berthed! at the Marina

this part t week. Among them was a

group" from the Bucanneer Yacht
Club of West Palm Beach
r'44 Yachts and owners from Florida Lx
included Melody. Mr and Mrs
C E Golberg Deerfield Beach: g w 'Sidny D )11'. Mr and Mrs John
r :., ; De-Forest Miami 'Lady V". ).

IQ : J ,;J ,. r'.1 D. Wright Jr. Sanford; SI Bon"
: Dr. Paul Mmthoren. Tampa;
\ Mimi III', S. D. .Batchelor, Mel-
bourne: Helsbclls* Maynard Jsa-
) bell Lake Park; "Bohemian", Dr.
O A Holder Melbourne: "Mar. r..Mrtr.
ib : ,1N 1 1dn. Kay. J, M Bunn, Orlando; "Wasi
a r
a \ II", Jess Morce, Went Palm Beach,
v ; ,,1' ,- "Holly't Folly', Robert W. King, w
Ft. Pierce; Flying G IV" Mario I
V Gimma Palm Beach;
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,. ,;!'t: .; ktk Cocoa Gotcha"Beach' :Glen Madeline! P Mutselman V Edward ::-, 1 I

: : J. Dennis. Ft. Lauderdale; |
.. : Southern Cross. Mr and MM
N G Gcanaros, Satellite Beach; I II
MRS. JOSEPH !MAKAL, Chapeau passe, presenting gavel to Mrs, Roland Mmnehan newly "On Call. Jay R. Rodgers, Palm I
installed Le Cjiupcau of the St Lucie ,County Salon, No, 643, Light and Forty, while Mrs. Beach; No Name. Mr and Mrs I
r..< Paul Tauseh, retiring Lc Chapeau, look on j Mel Spencer West Palm Beach: '
Ed Winkle Palm Beach I H
I Termoil"
Mrs. Roland.fylinnejian{ / Is Head Secretaire Cassiere- Mrs. Andy I Shores; and "Pcn Don", H. O I IWarrmgton I ,3
I Taimatof f Port Salerno a* L 'Au- Palm Beach.
I monler; Mrs. Edwin Newman as Yachts and owners from out of
Of Eight t.and.Forly' Group L' ArchiviMe; Mrs. Robert Singer state were "Spcndnff. C O Wilson
a* La'Concierge; Mrs. Edwin H It, Spencer N. C; and, Sea I I
Lucia Pearson as L'Avocute. Partnership Boots". Bruce S Lachlan, New A'f' t
The St. County Salon f No Chupcau passe was the installing chairmen included: Mrs Jane Livermore York N Y. f
643, Eight and forty. comprisedof officer: assisted, by Mrs Frank '
of Jensen Beach, and Mrs.
..
Villa who arrived this pastweek ,, .
guests
partners from Indian River, SL Spec" Jj. Concierge of Jensen Harold Mason and Mrs. Emily -- ------- -- ---------,----
Lucie and Martin Counties held Beach and Mrs. Harold Mason, L' were front various cities in Work Larry Work, eight, Richard Work fifteen Robert:
Davit. Florida. C J>R. ELVIN IL KIILIIEHER, Ph.D.. retired Sewalls Point Philip ten
its annual installation of officersfor Aumonicr of ,Vero Beach. The next meeting will be heldon Ocala: C They C were Dart Larry, Gainesville Griggi, chemist, with his wife, was host to afamily reunion at Fontana Work, nine, Mrs Alvin Work, the Killheffer't daughter, Alvin
the year 1964-6 I In PI Pierceat Mrs. Roland Minnehan of Stuart -! Au,. 28 at the American which John Benedict. Ocala; Edward J. Village Resort! high in the Great Smoky Mountains of western Work, and David Work, fourteen The Works live in Chicago where I
the American !.
Six
Legion Hall ,, installed It
teen partners were present and a Le clcml was Chapeau as Premiere Chapeau Mrs; I Hull in Jensen Heath, at Lucicur, Ocala, Mr and Mrs North Carolina Pictured with t the Killhcfftrj f left to right, are Mr. Work is kales representative for American Greeting Card Corp,
time Mi**. Minnehan will appointher Louise
Charles E. Ford, Tampa; .
dinner at the Trade Winds Cafe Larry' Fineg< .of Vero Beach; I .
chairmen for the various committees ---- ---
Miami Beach Jean White
teria In preceded the absence the of meeting.the Solon Departmental and Mrs.Le Joseph derni De Chapeau Manebro Deuxiemet of Ft.1, I tion and that control work'of tuberculosis in- Gibson Miami,Beach; Mr. and; Mrs.Mr and WOscher easvaatb', .,swtwa.. >"r, .rmsuwr.+sasaaav. Maaataal.u b rxa a : Retirement; Now YOUNG WILL REPUBLICANCLUB MEET
Beach
Pompano ;
de Florida officers, Pierce, Others ,
Mrs William I
were
juveniles and cystic fibrosis In J. Jacksonville For McPhersonLieutenant
Mrs Norman Bolmger
Mrs Joseph -Makol---of-FL+ ',Pierce--_ .,_Middlcton_ of Jensen Beach as La I children ___ __ I I : Mr and Mrs R Guil- SOCIETY NEWSLea Martin The Young Republican will Club this of
Colonel Alexander County meet
I l lemel. Miami Springs: Mr and
Sister Thomasina returned this Mrs Aldo H. Loon, DeBerry; McPherson! whose wife, Betty is Thursday, Au,. 13. at 7:W) pm
State School\Executioe\ week to Holy Name Convent in I Mr and Mrs Warren Sullivan, sw! sinsar !sewm.vIr.! )..' ''r'.. .,. .u.asw. ...,adaaa the daughter of Mrs. Harriet Quigley The meeting place is the Holley
I Sun Antonia, following! a visit with Winter Park; Mr. and Mrs. Carl of 2656 S W, Thirtieth Court for Governor Headquarters the
'fo Address CTA her.mother, Mrs. Ernest Ricou, and I Sullivan Tampa; J. F. Michel Ann Bowden Engaged' Miami has retired from the U S. old Three Coins Dime Store St
{ MeetingRay other illative. I Miami; J. Schott Miami: Mr and Air Force at McCoy ArB. Fla. Lucie Avenue and OsceoU Street
Hark'ns Mrs Raymond A Marcimkoski, after twenty.four years service. The age limit it seventeen to forty.
Tiplon Tallahassee;!.executive I dent of( the local organization, who who Mill has Peggy been spending several of Chicago day Lake Worth; Mr and Mrs. Beverly Wed Dale. L Cote. .in Fall Colonel McPherson! a commard four Either Republican or Democrat
secretary Florida ''Department said that the speaker has more than at the Dessert Inn ort Miami Beachat Orizzard LeesburgMr; *. Kathryn pilot was assigned \to an Air I I party members may join.
of(School Supufigtendents4wiflbe. I 22 years of service in the field of t.h'l gutst; ol friends. arrivedWdtlneIi L. Ryan, Palm' Beach: Mr and Mrs Alvin J. Bowden of Hobe Weather Service unit at McCoy
the speaker at a meeting of the Mrs Dexter D Coffin Palm his retirement I HEADS
JF.RR'mOMAS
educaliop tin Georgia anil- Florida \ '/ 'fora visit with her par- Sound announces the engagement prior to
Martin County Clmtsrooni rlllcb. During J World War 1 Jl(, Tiplon enter. lrk anl! Mrs,'Atfchael Marl. 'Beach.; Mr and,Mrs. H O. Byrd, of her daughter, Lea Ann to Technical The colonel, who served in the I IILART ASSOCIATION
Association, August 2 w' served*.in the Air Transport Command kins Miss Harkms is secretary in Riviera Beach; Sergeant bale L Cole, son China Burma India Theater of ,
The meeting will be held at the and he hold the rank of I the purchasing department In the John p. Christoff. Ocala Robert of Mr. and Mrs. Florent C Cote Operations during World War )11(, State Representative J e rrY
Martin County) High School, according Lieutenant Colonel thq Air "force Bloomfield Industrial Company in E. arLwRo:Micanopy; Mr of Bcaverville III e is also a veteran of( the Korean 1'1'i. Thomas was unanimously electedpresident
to Mrt Amy' I 1 and Mrs MelbourneBeach. of the Palm Beach -
Frary, presl Reserve Chicago.IN Miss Bowden is the daughter of I Conflict Among his decorationsare
_------- ------- -- .. ____ __ __ .. .. Mr and Mrs. S. P. Beltour, the lute Alvin J. Bowden. She the Distinguished Flying Cross, I Martin I Heart Association at t a
Orlando, Mr, and Mrs. E. Reining graduated from Martin, County 4 Army Commendation Medal Air I special meeting t of the ExecutiveCommittee
I It"P"J'tI I F.au Gallie and Mr and Mrs Thomas will fill the
I ; High School and is presently emsgioyed Medal and the Air Force Commendation
II I Kous { '\IJi.\) .. in W.ituagWn. n {"' Modal I 1'. i unexpircJ term of Carl A Fischer .
I I I t: I r8orgea nt "'CIna a hladuatedJ.gMBAxbvsn Colonel McPherson! a former ; who'resigned his post!! to move toChieabyi
'H BKITV MILLS UNIT J JI \ Hijt*Sct>oo<, Donovan: resident of Stuart is a graduateof I
I MET ON THURSDAY I II III; find is presently stationed at Martin County High School 1-- --
I The Betty Mills' Circle of the Montana State College, Bozeman He attended the University of
I First Baptist Church met with Mrs Mont., with the Air Force ROTC Florida, Rollins College at Win
j4afr John Antoch. Tuesday. Aug II Program' I ter Park, and earned his B.A. degree -
I The meeting was opened with pray- 1n wedding is planned for Oct. r from the University of Miami I II
erby Mrs Robert Turner and a 24 at Andrews Air Force Base MISS where he was commissioned! Idl I I1
special prayer was offered by her Chapel in Washington, D. C. through the Air Force Reserve Officer I Del at
for missionaries. Mrs G, C. Crews I Training Corps program.
conducted the business ---
meeting 38 WEDDING: f' Mrs. Dalton Anderson and I
: entitled VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
The program was Helping ANNIVERSARY: PARTY
daughter, Debbie
the Church Fulfil its Mission" are visiting in For y.... rraiiM Drink.
Valdosta. Ga., this week I
and those taking part were Mrs Mr and Mrs Ralph E. Frey WE SERVE LUNCH
hXhCUllVK: PREMIUM! Edna Mathews, Mrs. Damon Silly celebrated their thirty-eighth/ wedding h A. Brown of Lakeland is visit I STUART DRUG CORP. ''
Mrs. Turner and Mrs Crews. anniversary, Friday Aug.: 7,
UIJ.&I.II. II fa ,100ft DuPont Nylon ers.Luncheon was served by the wita family dinner at : ,Mrs. E. J. pross and ton. Emil, ing his daughter ,and son-in-law It. a..... A FI..I., 0t1' AT ,-i533
IN WRITING TO WARe party are visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Mr and Mrs. Earl Tillman, West t THE .UALL aTOaa"t1
hostess There six members Fort Pierce Also I
attending were
FUUU PLY, NOT a'KY. ,PROMOTIONAL TIKU 36 MONTHS-3O,0_ MISS were their and in law, Mr. McIntosh and family 'in Niagara 5th Street
and two daughter aun- -
guests present.
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NEW NARROW 7TJBJXKSS: "WlinEWALL' s..sti r::,p .p. Ir..nW" '=-:. :: and Mrs Avery Carter, and daughter .. I Falls. Canada : ,, I*, + a! ?
shwas wMN pies .. s ra. Ellen *
Mr and Mrs Manley Kulman Mrs. I r. L Decker has returned
TUBELESS WHITEWALLS ; / Nr..nas w. and children. Joyce, Nancy, Sam- home.from Deerfield Beach where
uel, David and Edward, have returned David Bishop. 412 California she visited her daughter Mrs. Ed
\ to their horn in Magnolia Avenue. recently 'had the misfortune Connor, for several weeks.
-I+Mf5ALE; PRICE; ;J; $pstnga. Ala, following a visit with of f falling from a ladder and "
.,
SIZE PRICE Mrs. Kulman s uncle and aunt Mr broke his ankle. He is in Martin Nearly|94.b<))0000 neckties n r" w ra'
and Mrs Jolly Bozone Memorial Hospital were sold in this country in 1963 t. v sI
700x14750x14<< .::: ',', ..... 2I. 8 .............,. 3 for 7908 and get t, ONE TIRE FREE - I .1; y
j ..,..":,, ,.. 28.08 .. .. ., t 3.for 8424 and Bt ONE TIRE FREE r ,, .
800x14 ".L.;t........ 29.41 ..,..... :3 I for 88.23 and get ONE TIRE FREE
850x14 ..4&?., 31.84 ... ... :... 3 for 9552 and gt' ONE, TIRE FREE
800/950x14 .; 3483 :.. .. 3 for 10449 and gt ONE''\ TIRE FREE'' ,
600x13 .....y..... M;.( 23.18 .".. .1: :3 I 'for 6948 and get ONE TIRE FREE I II
840x15650x13 ..... ... 28.82 ,.. ., :3 I for 80.48 and get ONE TIRE FREE I i'w
25.13: :3 I for 7539 and get ONE TIRE FREE

i 670x15 "'..... ... 27.38. ,. :3 I for 82.08 and get ONE TIRE FREE
710x15 ... ... .. .. 28.94 :3 I 'for 8682 and gt ONE TIRE FREE
760x15 ...... .... U7... :3 I for 97.11 and get ONE TIRE FREE istatiae

800/820x15.r ..,, ../i,'n" ,34.71 .. :3 I for' 104.13 and get, ONE TIRE FREE tea s
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t VISIT tS lunAIS OUR NEW I M.MINOLE OLVPtRONtS at 4-H Club Camp Cloverteaf. Lake PUchi rewnlry. were Mrs. Jim
LOCATION OPI-OSHE 'UNDt LEl' LUMBER my Oxxola and Mrs. Ehxaheth Billy Mrs Ox-toU n the motor of Billy Oc oU. prewtenl of hit
290J !M' ). 4tk SI, tURf PIERCE: : ... "
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tribal council Mn. Bilry served at Interpreter for Mrs Osceola ho doe not speak Eoglnh. ThchicVc .
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All Flavors Including Low Calorie lb.
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:'. Purple Plums 4 ili' $100 Rib Roast ;:t, lb.79c

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Frail cNN.r.I.Necfarines*
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.r READERS:. YOUR MEANS THIS PAY,ADS Angiwt SYMBOL TO IN THAT READ 13, 1964 'F1. EPflhI 1iIItiItiiiipaempttr I II ?







$luart I .,. ., ... ... 1
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FOR RENT 35 Employment Wanted 48 Sltvk.s Offered, Mlle! 71 Real Estate For Sato 90 I in and day out, newspapers! are the I dry and capes countn' mfntrn Pacific
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rr 11 -A.J__ i 1$1;$ .MtI ,.,. finest advertising medium there side' to the
DIAL the Atlantic
NEAT, clean, v* inch away- SECRETARY RECEPTIONISTwith HAVE l tan Bulldozer, Tractor, FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront is, according to Orville W. Johlcr. -near---
from town. Furnished efficiencies. I 13 years experience in a I Mower and DIsc: Will clear lots I lots. High and dry. FREEYour president of Independent Grocers
ATlantic. 71550To .. The best of neighbors. $45. metropolitan: law office availablefor cut tied. Fence posts and pilings Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 7- Association.! li'1'
I" Dorothy Apartment, 211 Colorado full or part-time work. Takes ,for sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT I W3- tf ((90)) KEHEWrOURDRlVtrS
.Place Your FAST SELLING- Ave. 2874837. 8.13 ((35)) shorthand, and is accurate typist i 71401. tf ((71)) World production of castor
in
Want Ad beans !t. LICENSE
Phone 287-6353. 8.13 ((48)) I FOR SALE: Three bedroom 2- last year estimated! a t
LOW COST WANT AD COTTAGE for rent Clean and CONTRACTORS equipment for : bath. home. CBS construction. TilE STUART 655,000 short tons, up 7 per cent mm YOUR

comfortable. $IS a week Call PRACTICAL Nurse Full or part, rent or sale. Water pumps, concrete screened yard. from 1962 BIRTH MONTH

NEWS WANT ADS 287-0902) after_6 o'clock, tf (35)) time. Available otter August mixers, air compressors, sandblasters .Bahama t'r"de.: Terms.n Phone" NEWS is printed in I

21st. Call 287-5836. 8.13 ((48SPECIAL ) ,, Qunito.. equipment, air- 2871494. 8.27 ((90)) !Service' Offend, Miss: 171 ....
RATE:; Five cents per average ,SEMINOLE Shores Apartments I I i I. 'tools; vibrators, hose, block and THE MARTIN
word!, minimum charge per Insertion Now is the time to make reservation tackle, and miscellaneous items. :FOR Sale: Completely furnished _! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
$1.00 (for up to twenty for one of the three new NOTICES 5J 287-1420, If no answer, call 287074 two bedroom home on beautifully COUNTY FREE

awetage words). words in ALL Riverfront, 2-bedroom apartment "..> ..... w......... ?. ., tf_((71)) landscaped lot large bed.
CAPITAL LETTERS except"first two blocks from courtbouxe. All WANT the best price toryottf car? 4 .4u. rooms tile bath knotty pine cabinets PRESS, Sunday, LAW'SMOVING '
word, count as two words each. electric. Central airconditioningand Call Jack. Bruiel at 2&7-1214.: ,ARNO Travel Agency. Call Arno 13 cubic foot refrigerator without charge.
heating. Unfurnished or fur. Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55) Travel Agency for airline, steamship Caloric DeLuxe Range Air Con- # HOME
White apace above or below or nished. Adult only. References re Arno > ditioner Large Utility Raom & STORAGE
within ad will be charged as the quired. Building to be ready for ALCOHOLIC A IN ON Y MO tfi I (8-yean experience.\ 2116 8. Dixie, Carporte Patio Lot of Extras -
ciimber of words (five) that could occupancy August 15. Contact, meets at 8.3Q: pLnt every Wednesday Stuart. 2874640. tf ((71)) Priced: $2XX under replacementat Phone your ad to 500 S. FLAGLFR STUART
be printed in the' blank line, or Owner 287-1197, or 55 E. S m.inole at the Community Church only 10900. Phone 287-4054 287.1550 and in Local and distance 1964 MODEL IIOME-2 bedroom .
long
25 cents per lint!. Street, Stuart. tf ((35))I Jensen Beach. For information, WE Specialize: Window and screen or P. a. Box 1395, Stuart 8.13(90)( ) get movMg 2 bath paved street,
Display Classified" rate on Phone AT'' 7-3J3S. tf (J.") repair Glass replacement, parts this two.for.one Packing: crating and shipping Jensen Beach: High location.
application.. FIVE room apartment, completely) and service Custom work Aluminum I HAVE two bedroom home, down on Owner purchased: new In Feb
furnished. Second floor. 100South GET professional carpet cleamni extrusions. udders Supply town area, close to stores. Ideal offer! WAREHOUSE STORAGE I and established
landscaping
:'these are cash rates, for ads Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or results. rent Blu? 'Lustra1'" .Electric Service, Inc. AT -2148. 9.3 ((71)) for retired couple. Cash or terms II IIIs PH. Now transferred to Palm Beach.-
brought
or mailed to The Stuart 287-1297. tf ((35)) Carpet Shampooer $1. per! _..A I 4 Write Box 81. Call 287-2341! or i 2870878tt ((171)\) ,
>irws with' e are a _Furniture. 287-0260. tf A bay at' 13000.00 Good
aubecriber day Hartman-Leighton ((90))
Stuart News mail or are ATTRACTIVE' efficiency cottage, 'Phone 287-0255. 8-13 ((55) PLANTS .ft SVICES' 75 u it un n I financing existing

listed in the Stuart telephone direr Rio./ Pleasant location within ...A -.... FIRST reasonable offer takes this Real Estate For Sal 90 tall! "' .l..A
tbrY'You can place your ad by tele' easy distance of dock facilities.: .* four bedroom,
NEW NURSERY SCHOOL PLANTS Sprinkler Systems, two and a half For Sale, Miscellaneous 178 OCEAN TO RIVER-between
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550! and Reasonable rate Call bath home
year-round with 30 17 foot
x studioor
say,". want to place a want-ad." AT 7-2583 after 3 p.m or write For Fenced prs-schopj playground: ages( ; Welt balance( landscaping in,Martin sod. Fastest County.growing Pelican Florida foom. Double carport.BafBQue FOUR bedroom waterfront home .....4..1. bridges 1000 fool depth -
nursery $245. ,foot.
B. J. Abbott, Star Route. Jensen lunches, Pit on 197', t by: 100"101witll Will trade for vacant land. Write per
naps on cots. Persona': Nursery! Loop Road (S-76A),
Beach, Ha. tf ((35). supervision.of owner. Vera Scrtana: Palm City AT 7-1918.. tf ( 75)) twenty foot boat slip In Port Box 23. Stuart, Fla.\ tf ((90)) GOT-TIh-
Give your mall I address as Cor. U. S. 1 and St. Lucle Crest Salerno. Call 2872575 after 6:00: A I __,._ C.
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well as your telephone number RIVERFRONT home with pool I cent. Phone Stuart 2870771.. BLOOMING 'pink bore LargeLOOT P.M. or anytime on week-end REAL ESTATE WANTED 96 Hoyt MurphyRealtor

In your want-ad. The Stu- for rent. Furnished or unfurnished. tf ((55fuseri .l 1 {) S>-ft. Coco: Plumosa 1.00, 8-13 ((90)) ......au IYAtpLtA /
Call 2870948. ( )
"art News has hundreds of tf(35j I Cocos Palms 10 ft. .
: 00. Large
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out-of-state subscribers who ---: > BEST waterfront buy 2 bedroom WANTED to purchase from owner
are your best possible! prospects IN. Stuart, across from) school. CARS TRUCKS _8 variety vtrton.\ ,Visit fritrt Eflderi trees flowering J NJrtcry,shrubs White, I bath, new CBS. Must water front home ((3 bedrooms CASA RIOBOAT AlA Jensen Beach

for real estate' sales ana One bedroom bath, kitchen '1M A. I !IIM.. dl;: 8-27 ((75)) be sold. Nice waterfront view. 2 baths) or building lot on & MOTOR SALES, Inc.M4 .
and
rentals boats, help wanted, living dinette. Only 13500. M. P. Nelson, Realtor St Lucie between Krueger Creek AT 7.3340
and tile floors. Furnish 2874 1957 DeSoto 4-door sedan; 270 i .j J.L _, IiI' trailers. and.setyREGULAR 325 E. Ocean Blvd., 287-35A6.\ and Country Club. Box K, c/o
gardening ,
h.p. Good tires, ; ttelfS) S-ll ((110)
good rvnnjnjcondition. ) -
:ices 5055. tf ((35)) Reaitonablev I Daytime" For SIt.|* Mlscellanequa 78 8-13 ((90)) Stuart News_ 8-20 ((96)) _
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ROOMS for rent in private home only, cat 28M622. 4-13 ((5,8) 1J. __. BAHAMA Ten-ace Cozy 2 _--- ---- -._..-...r -.,..-".saarhr---.er -
619 East 5th St., Stuart. Rea MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SERVICES 168
TRAILERS A :

CLASSIFICATIONS! amiable tf (J5) '58. sedan' BFL-AIR Full Hardtop'rower.and; V-8, Sports radio. I ;Lowest prices fa'Florida: bedroom kitchen f eating bath, tile porch roof,circus compact _. ...41 ._ __ $1,000. Full! Pricefor

to (Numbers over' 100 refer to dis- ON the Water: New duplex Studio Very clean, $485. Call 287-4187. lar drive Reduced to $13,600

Slay classified ads, which appear Efficiencies. Furnj hed,- C. 8-13 ((58)J958 ) GUITARSODRUM9 -'PIANOS Approximately $1,650 cash and
after the end of the smaller ads, In thedral ceilings Colored tile bath, i take over mortgage M P. Nelson! Jensen Trailer
numerical i order. Be'sure to look tub and shower. Kitchens by Frig- J ENGLISH FORD Good Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd., I long establishedBEAUTY
U both places.) Idaire. Bahama beds. Large tree- running condition and tire. ...WMS 287-356(5.( 8-13 ((90))
shaded porches. Plus 110' Fishing i Economical transportation $200. Sales Inc."Just
FDR RENT 35-135 Pier, lighted Adults. Sea Gate Vii. Call 287-4905. 8-13) ('It) MORITZ PIANO CO. OUT OF TOWN OWNER SAYS j SALONOWNER

FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 las. Lighthouse Point. P. O. Box III.A 112 No. 5th' Street: SELL- IF YOU ARE LOOKINGFOR

WANTED TO RENT 40-140 1531 Stuart. Phone 2871657. BOATS SERVICES 63 Ft Pierce,,Fla.- Ph., 461-4747 -a CHECK A TWO THESE BEDROOM HOME Beyond the Arch" : SACRIFICES BECAUSE OF ILLNESS
FEATURES!
HELP WANTED 43-143 8-13 05)) .1IiIIIIII.u.! Jill tf ((78)) Beautiful 100 x 300 foot lot overlooking 'lenses Beach: Fla., Pis 287-,2132 I Price includes

,Employment! Wanted 48-148 TWO bedroom unfurnithed\ Apt., AUTHORIZED lotmsort Dealer, 'TRUSSES elastic stockings: the Coconut Park Yacht I Equipment' Good Will
Business Opportunities! 50-150 Oftceola A Cortex: in Stuart. 3 Complete Sales, Service, Parts knee pads, anklets. T etc Stuart Basin Two extra large bedroomsand Free Summer
:
LOST ft FOUND 53-153 blocks from school! $79 per mo. ,Good selection: of dependable Used Drug Corp. tf ((78)) new ceramic tile bath. of Select ClienteleAll
W. H. Wagner, 287-4880 or 287. Motors. Factory-Trained 17 x 21 foot living room, full dinIng Special "
Expert Business
Year
SCHOOLS 54-154 WATER Heaters, $4964 glass Rotund{
,. 1696. tf ((35) i Mechanic.: CASA RIO BOAT& room, equipped electric kitchen,
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 lined/ 10 year warranty. New 9 x 12 utility room, forced air NEW50x10 Ideal for Owner
.MOTOR SALES. Ino, 440 Rt. 707 Operator
used
FOR Rent: 2 bedroom house, semi and ranges and refrigerator. furnace
I USED CARS 58-158 furnished First and Madison .In Rio AT 7-0944 tf fin TROPIOAS Inc of Florida i 140 400 gas foot jalousied Florida' PIIONE 287.4268 OR (After 5 p.m) 287-3086

NEW CARS 60-160 Streets, Coral] Garden. $80 month OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED Stuart .Sh f'f'i".RltlU.t" 2M.J 84,fe Room square with Cuban Tile floor..rhe. Skyline 2-bedroom. $",595 ..... ......,. -.... a .....- 'XJ!: _-Ilt21.
.BOATS SERVICES <3-1 J Includes lawn care. Jupiter, 746- ''I We have parts for ,all 8-27 (78)( ) bent view In )t8rtin County> { "
TRAILERS SERVICES 68.:-i" 7353. tf ((35) popular makes. Can test your coO ORIGINAL OIL,-'PAINTINGS" down payment -financing .vail.l 50x10 lbedrooin'Skyline

'Service' Offered,.Mtae. 71-171 WVELYground floor.apartment I.and condenser. Ulmet Motors, Dial Now buy one for as little a. able. C O. Rainey, Realtor: $4,495 10 ACRES 20 ACRES
PLANTS: SERVICES 75-175 furnished, nOd! bedroom. Near: AT 7.3355. Your Friendly DodgeDealer $250per week. Art Mart Rio. AT'7- 262. 6)3) ((90) 45x10 Jrbedroom I -

For Sale, Miscellaneous, '76178Vhmt.d schools and bank. Adults. Call i tf (63)) 287-0755. : 8.27 ((78)) ]. Piedmont' $.&,795 I

To Buy (Mine.), 81-181 2872693. tf ((35FOR ) .FOR SALE: Complete I lint I of I I NEW-rug Matching pair, 9x12- FOR RENT 133 46x20 2 bedroom IVi ;

MOVING 4 STORAGE, 84-184 .... -4l _.__ 1III Marbie Supplies, Marine Paints,, and 14 x 15. See., Mrs. Ashton, L bath, cemplcte Skyline with ,patio j I OR MORE SUITABLE FOR

Red Estate For Sul90-W RENT: OR SALE 38 Marine flardwa.-ever.thln.... for I I 11205 South I InUferi( River Drive, cover anal carporte, set .In ,
boat- Whiticar Boat Works, up
Real Estate. Wanted 96-196 W U oM Port SewalL, tf (63)). Fort Pierce, or Call 444-4967. EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS) park ready for occupancy I
8.13
FURNISHED', 'two-bedroom, two ...::J.I; :>..- .1 ((78)) $8,995 I HORSE FARM FLOWER FARM RANCHFTTE NUR-
It bath waterfront\ home in Stuart. CATERPILLAR excellent SERY, ETC. Located bi
tractor parti of P'eRte.... dm to area of new
1 FOR RENT 35 Car) be' used!! as three bedroom If TRAILERS ft SERVICES 68, Condition, new paint; $195 TO BK GIVEN WITH ANY I high school, new Pratt & Whitney Road new Industrial park, etc.
J I desired.: Season or yearly. Bo .. .... .A. i Rlymou/car, runs good,. good ABOVE: PURClliSE Paved road frontage. Few
minutes to Stuart Shopping Center.
1365, Stuart. tf ((38) FOR Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper radio useable tires Bargain. Port. ON' FREE '

FOR. house RENT on :Indian 2 bedroom River furnished, Sewalli FOUR bedroom,, 3-haih hOll\Cfi aluminum bouse' trailer very 1 ably pump with plastic hose and THE ST. LUCIE MARK II MARK IV i
monthCall Stuart City Limits; Especial! good con'd 1ion. Beit offer. Telephone swlnklcw" ; $'0' Wihch. Two T.V < a 0* a From $850.00 per acre Cash or terms.M. .
12' .
Point. $
Yearly ]
per AT 7-22)7, tf Seta; Basgam*, Small Boat (all WAYFARFR CAMPER complete I .
((68))
nke. Furnished or unfurnished One. - -
2872197. tf (35( ) and two-room efficiencies.: -
Cyprus). motor removed, $25ftilpwoAd -,Value $679.00. NOW
References. No pet. Yearly or t....;.. ]. J -A.Jo.-
FURNISHED apartments on river seasonal' lease.! Box I3A5, Stuart Services" Offend Mbc. 71'WISCONSIN Saw, three blades, one' Spacious: shaded grounds ON DISPLAY, come hi and ILONREALTOR
3 rooms and efficiencies. TV tf ((38HELPWANTED" ) new: $75, MLscellaneous, item. Parking. Lot. Boat k.Shufntbo8rd. I Imprct.lO'ir I P.
and dock privileges. DriftwoodMotel ,t>-,. ....,--'! Caf287-M80! () 8-13 ((78)) TV and .
J. A l JLL..dI Lounge
and %0'ldt.. with..
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443 North Indian River IngrsStratton. J .,..
)Drive, Jensen Beach.AT *7'2237tf 4J Clinton sad JJtuaon AIR IAttntud.. "1. Boy (Misc.) II Week Month Year prk-rs reduced from $300. to
: (35) ... Al AiL: COOLED ENGINEVin stock and $900.: for Hummer clearance.:
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WAITRESS wante4or/ day or Parts and mea who know bow to \-411_ ..._. __ 674 ST. tUCnt CRESCENT See our complete stock of mobile ASSOCIATES: ELLEN NELSON, M. R. (RONNY) NELSON

I TWO bedroom furnished apart- night shift. Only experiencedneed repair them ULMER. MOTORS"or" WANT .the best price for your STUART, FLORIDA horn value, Our salesmen 325 OCEAN BLVD. STUART, FLORIDA Pbone 287-3566
mess for rent in North River
Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friend, wr? Call Jac:* Brufcf 287-
apply in petson. Poof Bob'iCocktail Telephone 287-9812 art' ready to greet and
Store $125 monthly year around Lounge Jensen IT DodM Dealer. ( 11 I) 1214. Merkte Motors, he. tf (81)( Member MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
287-3547.. tf ((35)) A1A jMl| ) F. E. WOOD, Manager serve you 7 days, a week. I.U u"
Beach. tf ((43)) RAY COOKB'S Scptlo Tank Serf.Ice. tt (ill) s-is tenet
$45.. the month rent. No kids, Commercial banks ,
by -
have chosen ------ -- -----
and -- --
MAN for assistant of Cleaning repairing Aha ------- ---- -- -" -- --
pets kinfolk. 0 r foolishness.. l local: & business. Must manager type. Please drain fields repaired and re-laid. newspapers a. their primary ad- U $I.I:... n r.

CJose-in!; nicely furnished! apartment give Qualifications by fetter: only. Dial AT 7.06514AT 1.91162.1tO&( ) hMtnj\ medium" for ike- nineteenth REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
tile bath screen utilities
porch consecutive
Sox S, e/o Stuart News 8-20(43)( ) year _iii .
and service included. WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE
garbage .w ......... flf -dI'RvT GOODOPPORTUNITIES
Ihqulre The Seven Cs Grocery; WANTED: Housekeeper com BALANCING with Bear Equipment i
gore, North 4-laned U. S. No. 1 panion. Comfortable modem by trained mechanic will pay ; 135
and North 20th St., North Stuart home In pleasant' surroundings. for itself in tine wear., We haw tb* .. J
tf ((35)) Air Conditioned bedrooms Pay equipment and men.Your fuetuK $$100 per foot for BUILDERS
: $50.00 per week Write dot 127 jy Dmlg dealer. ULMER MO _
TWO bedroom house.! Air condi-: TORS.r Dial A1' 7-3355. t t4< (71)TERJtAtZO )
Port Salerno or call :287-2987. Island
'tioned heat. outTerrazzo Hutchinson Acreage and
and> One year i platted lots-3.9 acres AND

hurricane awnings floors. Awning. Carport.windows Screened you looking- for_growth_ 820(43)4RB (opportunity ) W. H. Wagner Ttte: Co sad At Marble.7-4880 300' x 1000' appr. Indian River frontage i iI 8 lots, each 75' x 100'. All this for 620000.

. patio. Utility room. Fully ? W* need one Chrys- or AT ?7-169. tf (71)) iI I I This is beautiful land. Small homes needed

i1;; A landscaped. Completely furnished ler factory trained ChiM A mechan-; I in
WE Speclalta: Window and! screen area.
i Adults only Good terms. Call 10 to head our mechanical department Glass l $$29.00 per foot
repair replacement parts
, 2874126. 8.13 ((35))
. of new dealership. Won.wrtulcaren
and service Custom work Aluminum 411 ACRES ki heart f Stuart ,"lcIendaltedloa. Many fine fruit

FOR RENT:: One bedroom completely e-pportumlics.ing Apply by extrusions. Builders Supply Highway Frontage trra. Can make 15 lots 85" a llr and reed! on Stain Piece I.
. experience and background
City. including furnished electricity.house inPalm Call letter Mat, p. ,0. Ho*,, 1376, Stuart Service. I Inc. AT= 72148.6JjU! 200 to 800 feet 600 feet deep bettw clan' rnMrnttal... $15,000.00 Terms.OVER .

8-11.U CAR-WASH Ys l I. The Sea
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287-2137 8.13 ((35)) rowan 405. Stuart. ATLANTIC COU1TAPARTMENTS 8 ACRES h very Ugh dm residential am IIflII' golf

' -. HELP WANTED MAI B will bold) -t- car-wash at the-CillC"tService Choice Acreage corm. SvbdivUoa sketch ON thai for large apartment sites and
MECHANICAL INSPECTOR Station on U. S. No. 1 1 U huge homctlita, pits. I1'CftIItIoa' ami parking sections. Water

Must be experienced with precision Wednesday and Thursday, August rsi swtr OCNAN ..nvLeyaeMxvAas 10 to 100 Acres arcm. Apwtmrnl. 10I aa. .$35,000.09. .,...
gauging, calibration' and testqnfpment. 19-20. Jet ticket NOW from VtONIDAW.f.PAGIT
Excellent working; con.diiwos any member your of the: Sea Explorers .01Y'I\U.Ie"\ APaaty.wvs I $495. acre lt' SM ILL PLATTED LOTS.. eye 60 ktrg lots h recordedsubdltbliMi
MOTADS 40 hour work week, paid e-13 ((71)) a aooauaa sank per Mar Carbolic Church and sew school homes MMMat
vacation and holidays complete sarlrLt.oARO Meaty tills arms. Oihtr adjohibif) prqwtty available. .. and rrMNiaMt.
nsuraiKf! ,program, otter fringe POODLE Grooming Take.. your euaoxaap' .......esstastw Homes, Business Sites Etc. FM Hftht Md rtatal ores $67, 00.00.
JDB! Nqef.l". dog to .Ida's. Highway between
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For application 'phone 187.5002or Pwrc\ "next I. Shed.
write P.. O.. Box 1198'; Stuart, Raman 287-3183 Of 287.18)8. Mp, Experienced Salesman Wanted
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Fla. J 8-1J ((43)) 8-20 ((7)) DM AT t.,TM tr till
____ 1 ROLAND G. LUEDER
W iNnD: : Experienced: mature
ervic* station attendant"" by
r !September Is*. Excellent salary EXPECTING COMPANY? Ask Us! You'll Bt Glad You Did

Box C, Stttart Newt 613(43)( ) WONDER WHERE vqvx? GOING TO BED fimt Dtjwrt REALTOR

k $65 WEEKLY MID}MORE; Catf M ... slop> wcrrytaga! Hrmanatle n te sad M atase .het.

that wB ttrfnm .. M JeW *w.., ,
reliable\ man or wmnaa to serflet t '
d Watkia* cuMomm .to Stuart. GALL"UIE KIRK !L\NAGCII I :/)011

r Full! or tart Vm* No investment. N.w AvaOshle Nr Year Sbepfag C'.tes1lN4gar : Company 721 COLORADO AVE. PRjQ PRONE AT 7.""

Writ O. R, Ruble Depl 8-J. P. O. +. CydMmmge VallI hs OM Beds
and
Box. 2441, Memphis, Tenn.
Dial l ATlantic 74550 HJ (43)) Southwind Motel f.0 Catered. Ae.. (acre* from M Nadwsal' ) Baak)

and ask for the CUR GIRL WANTE!> A Myhi AT 1.zGt AT Mi8 AT 7-MM STUART FLORIDA

: ., person' A A W R oof leer UAN0.1. STUART TELEPUONCt 2174773 DON OtW.Y w 9O WILLIAMSsia &IEMXCR
Drive la U. i No. 11 I South. --r' __ .q.._ 41") JULTTTPLE: LISTING SERVICEStl
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A,' tng.Brayar.Uit .. s1 ltd Jytadiltak. .aiuua olD M..afls will l street at JMEA J.t1IwItAJi> wrvbe.rbia Sunday mormM. Thw, IHE STUfBX.gTUiaUla; ) NBW9 Thlll'lido' )'. August 13, 1964 7-B
Holy Euchanst ((2nd and 4th Sundays 10 a.m. in the Young' Adult Class-! will be Rev. Bennett's last Sunday I
) II ':M.. Piety EMrfMrfat\ (Wand I ftIM'I Worship services! are held every as aMocMitc: :jMotvr of the hurch
3rd Sundays) Morning Prayer(2nd 11Iu"laAlig 19: Coaua(4heaswillmeet ( Sunday mt 1I'niII at 10-30: at Re-: Rev. Benrfrtt! '*>M aeespi.d a call
( and 4th Sundays). I at 7 10 home daenitr LutheWn Church Bait 'to serve the Salerno Southern
: pm at the HOBE SOUND NEWS
C Qvtnn BvHilMftMd. ., with SunJuy I
Methodist Church for the neat ;
Thunday and Holy Day: 7:30 on Membership and Evangelism school and BiWc eia+preceding .
am. and 10 am., Holy Eucharist of Mrs. C. Earl Evans church year ;
at 9:15.tKve: MRS 4 VA CVMPBELL, Cermpomlent 5463911ITobe
loun' will he held
BastardttdIa! .
turday A21: 7:3@, tm, i ibreed"
MFTHODIST "OUT"FULOvSIIIP MYf Retreat begins at""lHtId1. lu tilt day our daily each" WtdnanlMr l arwrmxni from 1 ..J. II:. .b.I! J
RETREAT u the Ml et: Dr. Oswald I 2to S.Prayer.
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gpta.rrasaaawwastww ,!"! Ie", FIRST PRfSB\'DRIAN: : Hoffman's UsfHMn Herr MOM- serving: and. Bible study : Sound Asks Volunteers
Young people between twelve sage, Sunday A..c 16, on WS1U
CHURCH OF COD ATE Pine lake DrlseSundii vwlll be andticttin by the I pesothis
MIANTO\VN BREAKS standing In tront of the attendance and twenty-one of the Methodist at 7:35 p.m. II. Wtdnetdhy m ht. beginning at '

RECOR DON SUNDAY hoard with a griken phonographrecord Youth Fellowship are looking forward ). 9 :1", church school, AP'IISI 7:44.: I 'Man the Paint Brushes' Is f
i in his hand to show that the to their i retreat at Ocean W K. Owens. Superintendent; 10 FIRST The.ntembrrapnd friends of the
drive to "Break The record had been officially broken. Lodge Juno Beach Saturday and Stuart
A Sunday eel. M'mnltorship service.. I church: have been liven a speciul"

School Attendance Record" for the ST. !MARVS Sunday Aug 22 Choir practice Wednesday at Wednesdayy! .evening at 6:15: the invitation t<> Attend the afternoon Rally Cry at Welcome Unit
Indiantown Church of God was last EPISCOPAL Both Junior High and Senior 7.30 p.m Mrs. Sarah Oughlefitm/ Youth Choir meet at the tfhureb: activities the SiinJtiy! at the Port
successful on Aug 9, with nmctv- keen Boulevard, Stuart High groups will be .planning their director for rehcanaUThe n tvh>eek prayer R.al I e r n o Sbtithcfn 'Mi minlisi .
three present The former attendance I THE REV. ARTHUR A SMITH, programs and activities for the service will he held 'In the church Church: ,which arc being hold! in I The Kobe/ Sound" Welcome Station to 'E. Hetgresen. J. Mann and A.

record was eighty. The pas RECTOR coming year. There will he ample FIRST UNl7n: > CHRISTI auditorium at 7:30: followed"by the! honor of Pastor knrjht.StLFRNO cleaned iv and now it being is hoped painted it 'will and Voflbrecht for pnmtmg alf day

tor Rev. Elbert Moss, announcedthat Summer Schedule: Sundays, 8 time for recreation and water fun (('oolftttatlonllPillm\| city Chancel' Choir rehearsal at 8:LS, \be opened the first week in September Saturday. However at leutt ten
pictures of the congregationwill a m. and 10 plus time for spiritual renewal. heli SOITTHFRVMKiuonisi days work h needed to completethe
a.m., Holy Eucharist those The Sunday School meets at The men't prayer meeting : I
be sent to the Young people in age group
also of church dav Winter Schedule: Sundays) 730rn : who. are not now member of the 9:45: a.m. under the 5uJ'rvik'Olof each Thursday ntornint in the pus-, i Special thanks go to Simone station and any help Yrom\ thepople
paper a picture Rev. Moss_> .. Holy Eucharist, ; 9am. Storey Methodist Youth Fellowship but Judson Mineur with classes for all tor's study ut 7. 'Furew4R services: art. planned i' Viiwherg/ Al Svigtred i and Carl hi The community will' beaJ'l'reciuted

. Qj.-' +n,;.-:;;C;--- who are Interested in attending this ages. Friday evening at 7:30: there will this Sunday in honor of the pester, Dike. fur providing the materialfor a spokesman said.
REAL ESTATE KR SALE _-190' retreat are invited to call the Rev The expected guest preacher will be a "Spiucrink tum" at the home Kev! Durward H. 'Knight it lit painting. of the nation. and. Volunteers may call '4 -22U. *
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,. erend Allan Stuart pastor, First be Rev J. Bernard Rovt, D.D. of of Rev. and Mrs. Forrest H. Wat- Port Salerno Southern Methodist --
. I L .JIIIII.,,_ 1'9>1" ,I"W' I Methodist Church. Stiurt. Piedmont College Demarcst. O*., tins for the adults of the church, Church in Fifth Street.
I for the morning service at II ages thirty-five through fifty-four Rev Xnight will preach fa.to- Young RepublicanClub :
FIRST METHODIST clock He is awning at the invitation Sunday morning at both the 8UO: well messages at the morning worship I
REAL VALUESGOLDEN Stuart of the pulpit' committee, and and II o'clock tervices'Rev. Wat- I sorvke at 9:30: and at the At
all members err asked to be pres Inns will speak( on 'To dive or evening WClr.hir service at 7:.10. Organizes Stuart
GATE $8500.00 Sunday, Aug 16: The worship Get" The Lord'a Supper will he 1 he <' the day will also !
C.B.S. 3 bedroom IVi Bath services will 'he held at 8:45 and ent.The include I Ip
: dinneroti-the-grounds *t
W service will observed at the 8:30: _vice. On. The first'organirational meeting' doe To train "
75 weekly as
ft 117 prayer I : "
x ft Terms. young
1 11 t a.m. with the pastor Rev Allan .nt., ands special' afternoon service and
the of his of the nub
NORTH STUART $10,250.00 be held at the home of Mrs Leona Sunday evening topic Young Republican wn effective political. workers caopijrate -
C.B.S. 2 bedroom Bath R. Stuart, delivering! the message. : at uttlih time. a brief historyof
will be> "The Character af held! hursduy at the Ch..1
Smith, 10th Street. Palm City at message evening ,In the election of the party't
enclosed front porch barge fenced Sermon will be "The Joy of the church "ill''be ,
carport lot topic a
corner 125 ft 10 o'clock and The Christian Sunday School for given song let llolky Headquarters! in Stuar nominees To foster and
on Iriiiay morning ;
110 ft. Jesus" At 8 there will be a service, the testimonies from encourageth
Terms. : some
pm. both men and women are invited. all ages is held tach Sunday mornIng -, Dale Mulita of Hob Sound was I activities of the Repuhlic
WALK TO !SHOPPING AREA voice recital by Miss Terri Schreckand of the members\ and friend of the
Nice
$9,500.00 2 bedroom at 9:45 and Training Union for appointed temporary chairman. "party and to promote Its Heals;
frame, .large carport fenced double M, loft of freer Terms. secular music.. The public is JFlIOV\irnfNFA\.IU, :' all ages is held each Sunday evenIng church.: II Icvtton of officers will take place To collect, analyze, discuss anA
at the church with religious Members of the church extenda
engost! in the future..A .
at 6:311.Monday near
Kingdom Hull Brllt Road I : disseminate information
concerning -
ELDORADO HEIGHTS: $$10,750 ...
C.BA, 2 bedroom invited. evening at 7:30: the f\v special Invitation to Rev Knights 'J'ltlcIIIIUKUtlV': meeting I" political affairs.VACATION .
Florida Room tile bath, carport, lot 97 ft. x 127 ft. Terms. Monday Au,. 17: Men prayer Thursday: 7 10 p.m., Theocratic sociational Sunduy School meeting friends lo attend the services: for planned for this Thursday Any In. *

group will meet In the sanctuary' Ministry School.; 810: pm, serve will be held at the First Baptist, this Sunday lerenled person is urged to attend IN ISt:WORK
it 7 a.m., 8 a m., meeting of Stewardship ice meeting Theme 'Walking Church in Stuart. The Ruth Sunday Pastor Knight has served: the this meeting at which the propone*d
TAYLORASHLEYREAL and Finance Committee in With Ciod" School class wilt hold its meetinj church far.almost ten years and bylaws and coiwtiuiiion" will be Mr. and Mrs Fred Schwslfl
the church office. 4 Public dis the the 'sit his ministry the voted have returned fro a twowcct.l1Ia..
Sunday: pm., at R Monday evening at the home :church;: t : upon
Tuesday Aug. 18: The .Commission course Theme, "Ood't Kingdom of Mrt. Ionise Harnage. has made consideralsleprogress. i The purpose and objective: of this tion in New York. Highlight on Education and Workers' Rules Amidst' Its tncmies" by J. The church council will meet In In the putt' six years the or'ualll l/lltlm as listed m 'the pro Mrs. Schwalm'i vacation was i
ESTATEJim Conference will meet at 8 p.m.Thisis Dixon; SH: pm. Watchtower the pastor't study' Tuesday evening church has built a new parsonage" posed constitution are as follow,: family 'reunion where the visited(
an important for all and 1 a new church sanctuary A new 1' into with forty-six members df
meeting Study, theme Meeting Today's at 7:30. o bring young !people! the i htt
Whitehead teachers in the Sunday School. Problems With Courage" Sunday School building is now under Republican party and U> .provide family

ASSOCIATE Wednesday. .Aug. 19: The. Com- Tuesday 7'30 n m.,.B:ble study. AIL SAINTS EPISCOPAL construction,.,. an onnttftllnlrv, for them' lo find il niury visited tho world', fair
-- ----- ---- Rev Knight hat accepted: a callas political: 1 expression! and : which took five of 111.111.. .
630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440 theme, 'A Sniull Scale kingdomof i Jensen Beach rccogn days | time
.. pastor of (the Osceola Street awl still Mrs. Schwulm
ts nnnt God says they:
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Begins The Rev. Father Norman .B Southern Methodist Church: for Ihe did not we it all. :

--- .- Meetings for the field ministry Feaster has. returned from vacation next church: year. Pastor Knight Mr.. and 'Mr*. Cart D\kes an' Tho Schwulm'i: daughter.! Rob.crta .
Saturday and Sunday \9:15/: ..m. and and the regular Sunday tcrv- orgamted this. church shout four sons, Arme and John have left hIS finished her Red jCrortswlmnllng '
Looking for Tuesday, 9amSOUTHKRN. vices will be conducted. There will )cart ago and has served: it for lor vacation/ In the Carolina course. and received her
a be no weekly services Sunday I the tame length of time. shield. l'lea ed with her daughter
New Howe "UTlIODIST'nlAPtl: services are: 1:301.01.: Holy Com- Mr and Mrs.. Farnctt Dmigla. progress, the Schwalms neon:
C. B. ARBOGAST : munion, and 9 a m., Morning ARE BUR CANS NOW and family have moved to Fart meiid /the course highly,, r
Look nt hubs Sound Prayer-Holy Communion, and FENCING: IN ROADS? Myers. Mrs, Douglas formerly!'

The regular' services In the summer church achuol. A resident of Martin (County, operated Ann't !Restaurant hi Hob HAS 11RST CRANIXIIILD
REALTOR ESTABLISHED will be dismissed Father Feaster and Mrt. Feaster In commenting on the Increase In Sound ?
1925 chapel on Aug.
Legion HeightsIN 16 in order that the members will be directing Camp St. Anne automobile, accidents, said 'I 1 The familiar fact of Ethel tar.I
252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart-AT 7-0440 attend the wel Ouv" may for for girls in Avon Park Aug 12 can't understand why auto drivers Mr and Mrs. I rod Ricruirdw: ItTltl I has been miming from bEhind
JENSEN BEACH Rev artK : at the Salerno through Aug. 20, run their vehicles off the mad" hive returned from a two-wecl the n of llhels Restaurant
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE! BUILDINC Southern Methodist Church. when all they have to do Is stay vacation spent visiting/ friends and I lately. ,Her daughter Pat has: pre
SAM RHODES FIRST CHURCH Or CHRIST iviween: the rows of empty bur relatives In Hratilchoro" Vt. and sanled her 'with her first grandchild -
Our Best The day will include dinner on SCIENTIST cans." Antrlnm. N. H. Stacy lynn Smith, (born Julf
Buy
the grounds, testimonies, history 22.
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CONSTRUCTION, INC. of the church, singing and Rev. East Ocaa Blvd, toad Pat h now Sir,. Kenneth Smith

2,000 Ft. HIGHWAY FRONTAGENorth DIAL 27-4719 Knight's/ farewell address Rev.Knilht'l Sunday morning service at 11. New City of Stuart Map Is of Jicihany Okla.. Flhel. as grandrmothers
Phil Baker Sales Manager service will ,continue at Lesson-sermon subject Aug. J 16.: have \been doing since time
Stuart Acres in Owreola Street Southern Methodist "$ouL"
6i/ area if hens "begin, thought she would go t'
Church in StuarLTHINK Sunday school, 11 am. Nursery' Available at Chamber HereBy OKIahoma for a little vacation Just) "
$65,000 OR $33.00 front ft ----- ---
per DrOVidcd. In Irate" there might /be an ", Ill dine
r .T. : Wednesday Testimonial meeting to change .
per
In City Limits I p.m. R
1 Reading Room: 2X2 Flsgler Ave. Manager cd In .Martin t lUlIly, return about August 17, shag. she.
Our Best Buy IrtI"Monday through '-r
.. -- ........... _. _, RALPH HARTMAN JR. .01..12.30 pm. and her of, ,ConMnerat has ,proposed the CM.rllullllll..a"of.
Christian; Science radio JII'OlP'lmn A new revised City of Swart h.r many .,..
'. Speikt to You" may street map and brochure hat I ideation! of the AIA Highway -- i I
When Yon Think M heard 0' e r WSi J. Stuart, been Issued by the chamber aitd name of 'Buccaneer Trail; which MICHIGAN VIHI TOR o
HOMES I4TO kc. it 7.13: p.m. Mondayt. II available" at the ol/u.e/ : And are !now eAUikU from.CaJUhan to Day
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Topic for Au,. 17: "finding 'we glad 1o see this. tuna Beach southward to Include 'Mr.and Mrs"William\ Camhr-ir of
Freedom from AllerJ "" We suggest the map-brochurb: nan ,all of Motl.U AlA (J7J miles. ). "Treasiir tov, have visitor* Therar '
JTRFECT FOR CASUAL FAMILY LIVING Adjacent to 110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 : excellent media of community 1 hn,, ht It being' given lo organ Mr. and Mrs John Caf CUy Limits Only' County Taxes Corner Lot Beautifully l-ll (1t0l! ST. MiRVS EPISCOPAL Information. This h bated ton lh< l/alion, of a jttnxaaecr'Frail: As from DavMon. Mich. and; their.
tin' .
new officially approved" map of Halation of the Ihjrty-nine chjim- Children.
'Lendscap.d'with fountain Three Alr-Condkloned Bedrooms 13 7:30 .
Thursday
- Two Spacious Bathrooms with Vanities -Modern Klfcbea _. 'H ._ .._____ Holy Eucharist Aug.; 10 :am.: .n1.I the City of Stuart. 'Strruunding hen and tjianr commercial attrac W. talked to Mrs. Mary Umpl';:
sketched in lo help ac- Sell and the they ire having
areas art dons Involve tit) prnmott travel says
,with Breakfast Nook Elegant: Dining Rosin Charming Eucharist; 1030: am.. rphctt\ .
climate strangers and give then! on the coastul oute.. I twit, and especially enjoy (the,
Living finished In rich '' and Room Churchwomen meeting for'book
Room jmnelllnu Urge Family a more complete area picture W. :
%lth Fireplace It all stresses! ULTRA In l good lisin New Choice Waterfront Property review 16 I Holy have alto included: t small section 71 51 and gUiXfXXoverscss )()() toixh.Vv. are picked up, Ina lIr.lftJ
an the Market Owner will redecorate to suit ONLY Eucharist Sunday. 10 Aug. : int.Eucharist, al map of Martin County, another visitors are *ipe led lo and thrown down .by. the
Holy
$35,000 Cash or Term. and:sermon: am. item very often requested. from came to Ihe United Slates I h'l It wives. Undaunted, they return' for
ut. nerve of the same. tW

HE&E IS THE ONE YOU HAVE BFEJf' LOOKING FORT Owner inil Sacrifice O T..OLA STREET Your contribution. are still needed .ldomt to liaise Sound, H II

Large t20 ft Well-Uiidscaprd Lot .-plenty of Shade Air.Conditioned .. SOirillrRN MF.1I1CJDlRnday k) par exrvwux of 'our new a good! place to live, maybe w* caA
200 ON ROAD Um "(lay By Ihe *. Lucie. TIMoutstanding expect you hack to stay .n< othr <
FT. ST LUCIE
Two Bedrooms :3Vo Bath Specks Living
.
School will he held)] at photography la by E .e day,.
Room, Dining .... -.2 with cupboard .JMshwakber Washer Dryer Rugs the'; direction of R':;, Charles Ben a citation for hit work. FAMILY V IARBKUR:
Drapea-ttMal. $22,000. With Scan-all nett.. .'I The twenty-mtnirte color *"mnl' will ;
Rev. Bennett, will alto be the i he told for selling Stuart IhmifticireuUilon \\t, and Mrs. William Schneider,
THROUGHOUT Both speaker at the II ..m. worship lo televKltm slalUmt, held a ramdy' barbecue/ Saturday
Iiwlde ._
EXItFRT WORKMAVMIITP Property has depth of 48-4. ft. __ c --4
ai...Out. are apparent In this North River shores Beauty Two L ... In 11.1 .. J11 r I JU I 1 .H.,.. 11 j I evening, for guests of honor Mr,
Large Bedroom Two Baths Large Smeaed Within Limits REAL JTATR( POM BALE DOHERE I ml Mrs. liberty and sons A very
12Vi x: 13 ft City of Stuart snxlal occasion II marked DM ties''(
.torch overlooUng Chili Imaaaeiibt Lawn an only a part of the. ,.r L "..- ,- -4 y-4.bJ,... time (circumstances had permute
featuree of ihii appealing' Hoate It'* completely furaithfd N ntrle family to get tugetheCn

loot Total price $22, 00. Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage IS THE BEST VALUE IN ALL OF FLORIDA Attending t number" of were year Mr, and Wrs.

i Paul Wheat and awn.. Paul and
Beautiful Lawns, Treed arid Shrubs Located River Point- in the City pf Stuart Tlmmy: Mr, and Mrv Churlev
See NORTH RIVER SCORES Wheat Keith and
. JUST ow PALM CITY ROAD and son Kelly
NORTH RIVER FOREST Mr. and Mrs Robert Hunt ands';:
Set Year Broker or Pfetsw Owiser ___, r' children Robin Karen, Bobby' ant?
RIVER RIDGEaUJARtS -4 Kathy; Mr and Mrs. Charles Mall
"LEADING WATERFROBJT COSLIIUNITIESa. and daughter Cindy, Mr and Mrs.
AT 7-2607 AT 7-3232 I Itt Woodward: Jammun and Vln 'son;
BJly; Bill Wheat Mrs, (>r ce IUU.Dili ,.
.,. / Tilton, and Butch: snU Kim.
tins (tee)
i Muwiderifr .

.and. ..;;.: William l&errf

: and SUM. Sieve and Scott, fromnclie /
-i .(. Ps., have ,been visiting
C. O. RAINEY- Realtor: Mrt. trap Hill. Mrt. LiNsrtv( a,'

t I y t? a ,. tins former Ruth Wheat of ,HobeVnind.
Steve and I Scott aw hdivinrn

J INVESTMENT I I 'SPECIAL r | OCEAN FRONTAGE | .fishing especially Sounder and doing good take all time Ihe"for swimming thing granted* wtfCotM ;


1. ,0'1'tL---M aw ...... aeetlo. .fVS. Beautiful Estates Near L 4MO ON( HUTCHINSON 'ISLAND 2 BEDROOM TTUK RATA AIR CVIOmmiNC! r* JIEA11NGUILT4.f Ifcry new-found are getting nUiives.la know all their
,...a.w Oreaai .. river $20* Per bar ft ( ,
1 1. tal tails / FORMICA KTIXIIKN WITH RANGE
with attractive fnlljr e irfpl"4 rtrtaswatil. Golf Course In Exclusive .Friend m.-r:;or first ;Yards

_ 2. 200 ON OCTAN-1444 errs' -Wat' BEAUTIFUL HOMES lo Mrs. Marie Titian .in room 112
fl-.dn. Port Sewall Jar ,afrtalnosats* $UM >Hifl of Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital.
.frs. Tllton.' wilt sum N well end
nl Coo Yajr.J. $12 990
14,100.00 Per renal dhfde
MUSTER UNIT 2 Ie".a bath PRICED FROM nime again.During .

with at rooms ladmrast IIeaetrtat eemids.a/. J. MOtlCZAN: TO HIVOl WOI the"' vacation; of Kr."df'nmcia
Fat* 9tLtKfc
..400* TRONTAGE Sari hag .trw .,.It*M. dada WserCMtrri vide. $379, .0 aceast ,,... feat
yw DickKM. the the
o(
Rrm .kh etilnsaee aM treats** anrtof tat AIr tCadvld 1 mt, House may also be built in Sea Gate Harbor on* waterfront lot United/ PrvbyUriaD pulpit Churtn: ,' i in

JJL 7J ......I I'.IIkWacint 4. Ifr OCEAN TO INDIAN RIVER: for the game price. lobe Sound win "be fiUed by Rev.

MW R t..- bsiiMaf 30 a M faehwitenter. GUEST UNIT X Best ...... katt awl Ha* -.rasv.,ter m4 Mgliwajr frt ta.tPrice reml ttosl of Stuart Par1srn'>ort
Cad tW.eg .....dILJ. See Call are htttructed la can t.." Randall
0sbg ..... .... bvaodait ....wtt Migar or
of Mrt. .ha
Lyons CAM an emergency
$'M fttC f..4
BCTLPINCta M c-. CBOfJNMIM L.+.Fably ......... 1M should arise
COMMERCIAL
*> jive. 2 f:.. coma me I -3UaJla t .S. -TOgfc M die rrrrr ....... BUILDTRS ATTENTION -- 29 ..... CORAL GARDENS CONST. CO. >fr. mad Mrt. Jesse OiffW have
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Office or rU taaa.f ns1i rrt- (r Mk4 sfrtof w i.... Prirr4 Vfawtarhfl aa H4bt lOtti 2 tarn taEH. trwae; unwed from Hobc Sound into>> their
far such faalirjr. JI..a i.er..... MV borne on SI. Lucie Crescent
$35,000. BUILDERS & DEVELOP RS IN 'in Stuart Our IM to Stuan't **m. .

tout CAKDmS' RTVZX POLNT( SEAGATE 'UV OR S .-aas; PARJZ They wul be miucd. Eugene Unf
IOIlIt\DmJ DIAL
'$;tnwgADO.&YGNtt: PULL DORLON A71t.dr '.120 lag. ship it. docked tt Mayport,

:'I PLO fast 635 Stuart Florida Ifcal 287-1ICS ant B. It. home for t two-wtek
A blsa UOIHa MLJ .
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'STUART.FLOSJDA. ,. I'", j - .-... -- -,..M 41/M .. wilt t'lUtice w with'-by.jimsrr .his parrots, and,bit





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*B THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS

e Thursday August 13, 1964 ......",.' ...... ......
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'r- .. ... Special "Super-Right" SHORT SHANK SMOKED j


Indyou'd Palm Park Newsby Lake IF'w.\I.: :.. !\\N ..". PICNICS rt




>In. F. P. GAINESPh. f it'.i\

287.5363 of special .value
Featuring scores
like n '1C!. In every department. Famom qoaj* 6 to 8Jb. Average C

to know River Mrs.Shores Wilma and Erwin daughter of, North DianIM .' 1 (\J\a :::/, Ity foods at low low price Com) LB. 2 9
o ti favorite.
have ,
gone to Chester Perm. to ; Wand stock op on your
Tht Delry Council*f visit Mrs Erwin sibicr, Mrs. W. j- .. ,
south Florida pried A. Wagner. (; \11 .... .. (Half Sliced Picnic lb. 33c)

.to present....Certificate of borne Mrs.after Hallie an extended Young has stay returned caring f-j! tltt 11&s .'' : ', .' :, .:'" .'......,.":(.. .'

Merit,Awards to)he for a longtime friend Mrs. T. O. ..... 't'. ..'........' : ;;JI" ,
sawing young people IcCla&key: who had suffered a ....... : :
,..for outstanding< severe heart attack Mrs. McClav .e '. SHRIMP WEEK SPECIAL MEDIUM
sdhki i,sand.a.mplary" key and her late husband. Tom O. "I '
,
"cClaskey former
were residents

leadership family and honoring community.both of Mr.Stuart and Mrs. lames Brown are 1 f You1Yant J1. If t" y".Z v

new residents of Palm Lake Park, g/
laying moved here from Eldorado i fi "JJ SHRIMPIr
?
"eights. Mr. Drown is employedby Value :

Mr.Ordway and Mr Motors.. E. C. Anderson, Quality : '.. 4
North River Shores, spent three rU"fANrl
week' In Chicago visiting their L g 9 \ \
.
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. r : 5.lb
octticker. They planned to makean rEpn .{;;: 69C $339
:
/ :
A' & P's&xelusives
extensive stay but after three \ 'E .. .. ; ': box
weeks in Chicago's temperature of : : 1t4I'j
:
05 degrees, they decided to return are *, Y '
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home to Florida, so they could important ... Cio" tied ..' .....
DANA cool off very .; 10 ..
LONGINOTw.lv.'e..okl Mr and Mn. R. L. Bell of to YOU I ......_ 11I"1 ,1..
to visit Mr. and Mn. %..7tal Ie
1 is t1Iit,>-WMTo CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
( the West PidmBesch of Stuart. They also intend to go to CHUCK DA OT1CHUCK
Soapbox Dorbr West Palm Bench to visit a new STEAK STEWiNGF.SHENS
I tat which will grandchild.Mr fInt..
tend him, to Akron and Mm. John Lechner and /
Ohio, to inter tie luutonii I Mr. and! Mrs. Ernest Beuford visited l 2F Boneless lb. 6 Qc
campe'ttlon.' A in West Palm Beach Sunday. lb. 4 mJ c Ib. c
seventh padsr at St. CAPT4 JOHNS FROZEN BREADED FANTAIL
Lucia County Junior GRADE, A QUICK FROZEN BREAST
or
FRESH GROUND 10z
:

I High nwnthi School.work of lit building,..afterchool spent- Ocean Breeze BEEF. ... ..... ..:' ... ...... 5 pk4 Ito. 189 FRYER LEGS.. 2 :pkg.89C i: SHRIMP PKC.49c 2-lb $155

and testing his ,owl Park News .. *JAM *-
1 racer.! t ... ..
Mrs ROXY ENFIELD, t Specall; / Mild & Mellow/ / EIGHT O'CLOCK .' ..


Correspondent 1 i COFFEE 1.lb 69. 3.lb.ag' $199 / Jane Parker. Freshly. Baked. -.-_%

Mr and Mrs. M. C. Plcrson '''' bag '
and son from Illinois; are visiting! pu41 CHERRY .
i his sister and brother-in-law Mr, STAN rgl P Frozen FORDHOOK BABY 2 ;:
and Mrs. Bill Casey. Special! A & or

visit Charlie with Wledcrman the Boyces has in left Franklin fora LIMAS 4te69-l\ PIES 1

N. C.. and from there he will ..
.. go to New Jersey before returning PgaL A ID17id14iA ..
CINGfeR' hero for the winter
:
BLUME Mr and Mrs Irvin Keith have Willi Thll c...,_ ...e P.nbw d Special! Ann Page CREAM OF MUSHROOM \ l.lb..8-oz. 45 .
Miss Blume, I petite returned home from a vacation ANN PAGE : Each cat'1z

youngest sixteen-year-old person U the thaw at son,their III. Their former son homo, Thomas in ,Robin-drove PREPARED O 1-Ib-4tA 37 C S 0 U P 2 .oz 29.-'-.. .:
soloed Jn thU them back and will return to his SPAGIIErrn. : Aoz.csnsD cans .. ...
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arts;Her father taught home in Robinson shortly .4 firs S t..A...18 Mta. I- /
Mr'to fin and the recently -
I
Art cannon le In th* Martin A
Piper Cherokee.soloed A In-,junior 1 Friends Memorial Hospital for treatment ... --:::: i:: ::::::::::::::::.;, .. ... ..
are hoping that he will
at Yen Beach High soon be home. ., CALIF. RED
.; School, it*I *et more "
than! one youngster' Paul Kuhn from Cincinnati was 1P&bI PL A I D w
i ,
lights oq following a recent visitor with Dr and Mrs. PLUMSLAIICE 19c ... All Flavors Marvel Brand *
bon k4; Rolfes. Mr. Kuhn has recently lb. ;(;.fi *
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'\' purchased ground for a mobile 4 :i ICE
homo park in Martin County. Wash m' Cnn..d Pvrcku* d I l ;;l 'if ,
Mrs Guy Lewis Is visiting her PEACH ANN PACK PURE 1-1b. f, 'M'': 'I, '" < I i MIT
sister I In Corning/ N. Y. She will 35C SWEET :; \ TiHoneydews
PRESERVES Jar : )
visit return her in son a few in Blvthcsvillc weeks, and, Ark.then I..... km ..!'."...IS MIls- 4 ./, :.f1. ... ." t". ; /

Mrs. Helen Schomber from L...._........__.. _.........:._.._-j I' '. ;" r 11'! ,r. I.' ......... ''!.
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Hollywood, after a visit 11tho ............._.._..-...__.._....A.__-... : '
North, stopped by for a visit with -. Ht IIIRBUI1; i ) V/2 c'in: 39/
her sister, Mrs. AI En nit and I ti2
then returned to her home in Hol 25t 1 PIAIDSTAMPS i ; :.
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lywood. each 59ct,, li '\\ \ .: : 1, ;(\ '*, "'
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JUNIOR flit and .1 I .
Mrs. Gilbert Schuyler I ... ..
VARNADORE from Baltimore, have t nMra. With tar Cnr..al t'.nau..lANN ......
their uncle I and' aunt t.beMr.VII and PAGE PURE I ............ ............
flifoteeri.yw.bid\ imv Charlie Schuffor.W STRAWBERRY ll-o '
tar Varnsdore. I'll"" JEW.Y'.. Jar 35c I EASTERN-ROUND WHITEPOTATOES
hear that Mr. and Mrs. Kirk ... .. .
'dent SalernoDutqentnry .
at Port '
Silrruon a.M ibis 5g..1 a 1N lb. -
and Mr
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Mrs. Doug .
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tea been and an called iiuplra.tton "uasset both las Blythe couples met are in having Hawaii a and wonderful that .___ .---.-...-..--......-.....--:.I.1 1 0 b 69c C Now Available M A & P -.-
) time there. ag ? scnble-ll-youncU :
to t the other buy** They happened to
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GII.the Safety Patrol meet coming out of a restaurant : WEBSTERS I
In September ol \last' Mr. and Mrs. George Karns have / New Twentieth-Century tSPF'ClAI
year, he Joined thepaled returned to their homo in 1 Do- 100 EXTRA !! SANITARY NAPKINS SPECLiU niL MONTE Crinkle Cut Beets or -? i
i DICTIONARY
/ M I private land, after a viiit with their \
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and by'the end time friend, Mr, A. H. Himes. : KOTEX 3 /;; $100 Sliced Beets 5ar;::k99c i\ 'ii
ol the ichuot year, Both families arc from Van Wert PLAID STAMPS MiVIIH Buy A SECTION A WEEK
bed nut only ..mode Ohio. M'HIAU FACIAL TISSUE SPECIAL! DEL MONIE SEASONED: SECTION only n A '.

Sergeant promoted coming, 'hut M year.will Captainthis be friends!Mrs. Marian in Hollywood.Deck Is visiting HIE PURCHASE OF W KLEENEX.'"'''_''' 2 *?r'35c Peas or Limas ....... 5 it 99c : SECTION No. I No. J tlc .,?

.Join w,won't $2. 0 or more of !! SAIL BR.\ND' BRIGHT SAIL LAUNDRY .. NOW only bye #
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you. FRIENDS: tlIIP IN I ON SALE ;.

In.Honoring young people MIOM' ''tine.., It INJURED BUY CHAIR GRADUATE I'OR STARLIKE sI DETERGENT......... .. .S 49c BLEACH .. ... i S 39c ...............'" .. [

and DM hundred lifts ,
Classmates
friends! and the >
Ihtlll...who ere our family of Sylvester Clark expressed' SCHOOL iiii ,
Iiop*.,.ond our counhy'i, thanks to donors who contributed !! Liquid Baby FoodSIMILAC WHITE BEAUTY BRAND White House EvaporatedMILK
$43.85 to the Sylvester Clark Fund I SUPPLIES l
hop.for/the lifers
drive to
help purchase! a special,
chair needed for therapeutic purpcmcs. : ... !i it SHORTENINGlb.can
r A 1964 graduate of Stuart I 5hssb Pat as 1 1
ot/if.cato Training School,Clark was seriously i
'J Injured in an accident on graduation Ri
night and has been since at ; ItIItItJItIJlltllll

o/rheas!) t St.Bench.Mary'Presently Hospital paralyzed l, West in Palm the Just In-Jane Parker 14-oz. 3 49c

lower limhi, this! special: chair wa 4 cans 95c Stall 77 C

recommended Conrad" Patterson by his, lobe doctors Sound, Pecan Pie ::.49C

James! McCarthy, Ralph Clark,
r Geraldine Jones and Felix William, tI.
of Stuart were solicitors. Names of Eelbeck Water CrMaul 3 Nurthen I
all donors have been listed with 29c 2 pkp. 19c Save PMfl s
CORN MEAL .-. lb. IIXNMES Yniy PRICES IX TUB AD 'I
e Williams. .
4 :flu.... far Minute MaW t....... .car rI.t isirz. Ifs ARE GOOD THROUGH J,
STATES: FROZEN POT PIES ....... ............ 5 99c ORANGE!'\ JUICE .. .633c ar OasAT; AIIAMIC, a Pirate sea a1AMr.NG SATURDAY AUGUST IS'i
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LEAD: IN USE: OK SimiAlM" 10 o*. Minute J\1aW Frona |2 ,,
FARM MACHINERY III.110.CRACKERS ..... _.. ... ......... box 29c ORANGE JUICE .. CBB- 63c 971 S. FEDERAL I
!fFF The southern Lays '' 10 M.does Fr' niCREA 14. .... 1 / 1
I United States led all region others of in the the POTATO CHIPS ......,.. .... ........... N. .59 C I PIES 35 C I HIGHWAY
dairy C\1unll11n rate of iivreaie in value roUt lbaward JohaMMi. ** f'roMa
of manuf.ctuhll'nlClltl! of g.;ROM'1sSVE .. ,...... 4 39C URN TOASTIF5: i0 29= STUART, FLA.
council l farm machines and equipment! in x \
the pant eight years with an advance -
OFSOUTH of 45 percent, according to TENDFJl LEAF SIRAINED BEACIIMJT niorpEO BATHROOM IIVSL'EAURORA:

'I 11'a. a.w,.101 f fLO SrIUIJI.T IDA the Department Miami field of Commerce.office of the U. S. TEA BAGS BABy' FOOD I cmfN1t'ruNA I BABY FOOD I GWrj LLYs.


:,. .,.JJAMl'AIJ. tu. /J Social lOOt About today Security 90 are per system covered)cent of, all by U.the S. 16 :; 21c 8 f 89c Its: 49c 3 ':: 49c 2 :29c; ..,.:-- 35C


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Stuart, Fla. b of our family anxious to please you with the little extra courtesies which make the to.....,.. M

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*jC ttIS (Ph.) HEWS Thtmfoy Adgmrt 13. 1964 SATURDAY SUNDAY-COntmned I! Escaped Convict
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COMPLETE\ : TV PROGRAMS It. Plo I_Bold ra Journey ,7 M..nltl".t.7 Unadl Mnntnnuo5,10o I Recaptured Here |

1 Lloiiu 1 Tluatr* 10.1 ml' y1d Trlol
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B-WTv3 Yla l1wlTd W8't blooms-Iw WunaIsm. 100p-,4Br5.10n1111e t. c-L. ,. 4""D Cwwaaoy On the HighwayA
PaW tt.t.l.il .lA.. /Y tat.. ss.tll., :' .., .:;; :: lasers
I ,- aT Mt.ml I : nw Waste. we 61NNk.. It _pbndlp ae.My ..7 11II 05.4(5 Ih. Ink

-- *.;: I N1M. :r aabw. T0. aq. 4 iSO-5 OhamplatMlila'! ) Wr **rhif It Mp h>, ."Till Iho Rod; of Tim"
tA,q Wa/ PaW w M'. b rot n.pr01 rw as1lVlM 7 Mnvl., PorovM m *? I ": : M men arrested for lpecdn'

N.1- tlaatra ..,DO--A.. Mr, Novak 1 Whalt, M* WesII.ei. I.Mt early last WtArttdav by Hijn:,. ,

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY (continued) 1.00TBA" World wl epos .". Nora Woatkot ...... I PatrOlmen W A. Vincent. st.1! )

AUQ roar, it 1:11: rf....... T Milk Wad i* DafifotCv.olnt 11111-1 I/ Mews Mork. "My Dirt Tin*" 1 escaped I and was re-arrested urn,

Ma*,la* I Mw. "11 R.. MAMna ted out to he an escaped con.;I
w r r r r r r h tOfr 4 Now, Bport. Woatkoltt If Miami tk** *ro
(S.m aa Monday HUatltf -N a. It ItannatA :, lM l>_kliv > I from a Georgia prison camp

'.00-1. GeaIoI n y 511 'RIDAYAOG. tito. ... I _II Mi II ktw gdselm I The trooper tailed a !,T
npeCv
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110-4 ..... 14M.rohp FIr.tu RPRbkSws .00U M* io
II..... '011 "" .IttI. torttmaou : =:a' - car on North U, S. 1 the prarr,: .
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A Wi..... wW. It Marl.*, "Tk. WhM. Tewer"eds5 MONDAYtiOO 15 j evening and told the driver, who(

(s... .. ft'I..dp_ ,Was u b..ab.Y soups 1IU..ena, It..._.. AUQ. It t a Jl gave hit name as Jerry Thorns
slnl Ol$ 4 r .... "lotroduaIIM .00-1 M..II. .
: ::::""i.t"":'T'J.-:: GIrM' M -e:: I.'I- : M.rsb/ Iv ", I to proceed to Martin County j pl
:Elr: It "rlirtiw.Patrol
Irani who said
:so-b. ('.nll..1 CI............ -4-t Cxatlnantal Ckuarawa. M Two companions the'
7 110.1:;; "On bolphhs bt..td .er-41 M.or Tito 4 Luol,D..I Corned Boon 511Sum,.' ;I"hl:4 'IntMdurtlon were hitch-hikers were released
1.00-10 Yo" bw PL. ._ liIo...., ".10A Men and t Olrl' I Cimarron. City to spine
$> PhotocrapktEvwaaie. T Meet. That Midnight.. Kbi' Pt. I f In. LtaiilanantII tito-* Ooll. .. ol tko Air The driver abandoned the 01at :
.., OanUnontal C...._. 10.....
>il -t lilooklni PIsa oAlUmo.a > Hootonanirtito It Oamctr Tim U, S. 1 and AIA and fled Jn,

.,.00N.. (Rain. M Monda MMBtl Jnop-4 The.......Dfmdrat .. .,40-It Seantah N.... foot He was re-arrested cork nest
Owns. .
Wata ... .
118-10 MoTl. "M.n Am lurk Food'4i30 *I4 -4 1; la Bpaaoitt
10 Mori.*. "Go, ..... OoiIO --4 11I0..., Oamblar from It-ll Lawmwa Well Bon.klna Alm...* morning by Vincent near the Atmenelll
-II Common Art Or*** Na .00-1. Ito,", "Th. iotwnry"too 10 Otvr Ua Thle U.r truck building on south

..1.+.1 Boa H.n_..-..r. 1 Yo.le :!::I. Corn. Hom." .It -Mollywvad 4 Bumrnar P.l.oo'I.ho.. Variety" hslo Unltr Daly Word. U S. 1 I.
10 Maw.. W.th... BPOTU .|4 -I .. Bmataon II Mow. WoalkrrtiOO '
IS Nora' II horhlswrry. luaad. Itiflw-4 Ounnmott -4 Pure riaykM** r, He was identified at Martm
lIleklne., .......... L/ea Itiao-it Untouah.blo t-t TodarIt
.:tw..t'" ,,41-0 Vld.o..nturi II Th* D.outy Cuirtlnonlal, r..r. County sheriffs office is Hubert

1 i 0 JlnU.y-4 Now Brhtklep" t1.u0) E_!", lti4S-".II Make Tk.l Span 1e1 N... r Cody thirty-three escapee from

l' Butarfoot: '>0 -4-1 H.... Iporto "....., 11 11,,:tot too--4 It, I f's.t,. In it'BoortaIIHO It N... 'lr7tu: *.:r rII t Georgia' road gang, where he was
1Nlrht .
Ufa MI Oio fold c. .. t Now>. WMtkorIt Movte5s04
4-. 4 N_. Waltor Cronklta Mo.... Two Our From T..aii ." -t Ckamplon.hlp" WnxtUn CaP..I. I...... serving i !seven-year !sentence
11 ill-4 Movl., of
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H"tto' '
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.*" I.T Today' It il now believed that the oih

TiOO 10.11-4 nT.'th Valty) 0. .lit-t tit. Hunt lli. .... -1 other World. 5,11IMovie l M et men in the car were also .
,* 1Nr. Waathor. 0/n ..... 1I.20-V Unriwa ,... escapees
I HnakUborri. Ue.4 lIao-lt Movie, .. ..r on th* ., r.
7 .110-r01 Third Floor .iM- TMar Shoe from the road camp Five
Movlo ,
of the
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II WPB Jayoao H.. it ai.rlmnt Thotro. Report prisoners escaped in the break
BoponIt Finny rem SOP
jtB.rl5nnky, 11 ill-ID Wtwullnc from Camps ..
TilB-I Paa.ln* Farad Th .' ::,004 M.vlft Th. ila.hfal l Fln.h.nf The auto had been stolen,
ito Morlo,
TlUO-4 CHS ibonat7 It Nlikl Lit.t the Gold Ooaai4t 11 -I 'MMI tha: ** &Jr...
t IXbbl
Th. Vlnrlnl.a Color.! ... .... lo, -U Dane Club
( > -4 k' -W.lter Ura T Mike Douilia Bhow ,
10-11 Ad..nt.._ of Q.... and 1., Now*-Hutlar, BrlnktojfIt 011 Nlchtwitoh Bhow No. I It hullo DIIIJ 91 9' ni COLbWATFRHFADQU
H.""U I Now 1120-I Champlon.hiB Wro.Uln 1&u., .'.
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II Ron Cuehr.il Home ,\RTERH ARE
and Andy
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Duk Show *-11 |
v,01--4 Bob Hop.
BiSO-4 ftuapona* I ............. lh..lr* It*-Morning 4 H...._PlayaowaaItiO P ESTABLISHED HERE
10-11 The ....... Daktllt** f Th. Ho..ym..aaII SUNDAYMornlai .., Mak. Seem for DaddyIt Citizens
1.00-4 $..wsrMWbaka. Hlthnr PatrolTt0 Pool of (irouehaI0i2t Non Partisan for Gold-
1 The pWIM1511P1..nt.up -1 InlornatioDal. nhewtlm. AUa. II -t.t News' n 1 water Miller Headquarters have
: 10 Man 10._ I Lon L...
been established here
according 10
ito-4 Kant Itt1 I M.rr Orlffln (Color> .
.ito-.4 Dirk VM. Dyke Bob Hap* .,ISO-II Comedy Tim.laa I Word for Word (IColor11.11 announcement made by Dr I
lOlOO I TH* : loll Burk.V UwiO -it Mow* aad WoalaaifitIO 1'..... I. Right e ar
4 Danny Kaya how w .00-10 Fight of the Wookp -4 Corloon.o.Tllla 51,00-4 MoLoyi O W Rash who has spearheadedthe
i'Dr. ..' Hour -4 Twmrbl Coo t Karm Almanaat '.7 Con<-.ntratlon movement
Pow.ll T s.Md -t
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,, 77 buns 1tbip. It.IS '>' 1'.... to Bl.ktlOf Mwa It ISO-4 .1... That hob I Dr, Rash said that the orgamza
U "' .... IO 4 Airnd I HlUkioek TitO-4 Cartoon.e.e114
:: .W t Jeopardy (10.1x1' lion i is made up of Democrats and
11 Now.-8145 .. i.f. -
I 1 J*rk Floe I Ayrioultur Report Ml..tni link r
10 II
11,11- Movie. "Man I" the B.ddl&. ." 10.It rlrht of th. VkOtaO T Cartoon I'.DON.... 1 .." Indepcpdents. The offices will be
11100.44 To.IRIa, with Johuy / -4 Portrait 10 00..... Tim t Bny Whore open every day from 10 am, 10

Canon 10 Movl(.Color"Bor. to Kill" II Watt Harp. C am1150.1II11 'II,DO0..1 Bunrlaa Thoatr FirarN Sell F.lh.r for looms To...Bt. 1IIE GRAND MASTER." Bill Abbott of Port Salerno, professional fishing guide who knows more 6 p.m.

1 :..! .rUah Ntrhtwwt.h* Thaatra ...... ::;: :...... -: ..= *.uah BPUaII t Motl Bullwlnkla. Ltw... to T1... HuT ........ SiSO.-,-Troth 4 leant.. Can4u..i.. (Color) trickt about catching bass than could be put in a barrel was encountered by The Stuart Newt fishing Open house! was held at the new
lt.1l Tonnr.m Crate Ford I .
.011-11 MoM. IhillMork. M.r. Mara" 10 Hlnaln, Tim U Dial 1141-4 Ouldinr Llht I editor the other day as he came into shore. "Catch anything he was asked. "Nope mighty headquarters in the Hardy Building
- hI wttt JoMnr 0...... It Mow I.aU Nrw on AIA, Friday August 7 to
T ii tf1rD V It Ho "lo.Th Bl Blr .fIIOB B 10-'T Clr.... Boy low, tatd Abbott-then grinned as he held up this string of eight beauties.
: celebrate the
; kldtwaah-YvW) : f Clreu Boy AttoraoomI beginning of the

ADO. 113M.eslep .._II ...10! N*. I It UO.BO. c...... tOO-4 ...... of LIT 1 It All local campaign. The telephone
Thinks He Knows
II Victory Baptlat Oaapwl LII. ot Riley Every Bass Fisherman !
r r w r w r r number is 748.3448 and all interested .
tiOO-4 Tie. I. tk* Ufe 10 Movl.. 'Mmli-an BnltfllV Baby" __
SATURDAYA 1 T.-I.o' ill Ni' persons! are invited to stop

"J.l.m-' tmrtlrtt. ; mal!Madam) I IOo..U. II II IPn N...Americas '.00-/1. _. ttar Debbie and Oral the Star., .. Maw. in or call.Radar .

.. from lilt Moralnf. "lit...t Th. lurod BoartII 'Wod,? FrU Topi Tun CoaivaMlt <. Some Advice Bass
1to0-1 PotBOurl Mov toBiJO )''q:>,<, on Fishing--
:iOO-4 MouloMr DarlliC.ih4d.- NIW fiarl.. tMBMter, "ModoraConparatlf -4 FaIth for Today .Pla l >haiiiwJdirl' t. research by scientists! in
J Dram from lilt'M I The Chrlotoihor, I lilt-4 o.' California may have detected anunexpected
7'ni. <...kv !fTh. Mldnlcht Ktai", J:y..I ..> -.4 ImMlr Tim. t Horl.on. of Faith 1- A. the World Tare smooth the
f44 It Armed Fore region on
Alh.nn. .tM-i-lt-ll ...... II Comoriy. .JIv.1t;: Mak P Deal
ti4t-t Tilk planet Jupiter.
(C8o MMPtt
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TiOO-4 CaHon-0'UI" 10,00, -4 Lamp.. Unto My Foot B. My Gout-DI..SUbe. As Here Needed
1>00-."It Mo.l.. "Fatto ".. Ii'Wit. P Hopalon' Oaaldf t Faltk. for. Today I.45-4 PaaawordI Anyone Any
T ,. Olmt .
f Still Small Voice t LoHtU Y..n,
.10-4 ..0..l.. 'MUml P.pMe... 10rtpe Carnival.T1oIll I it irotaatant Woraklp' Hour till-It-It Nw.
T MovU nPnkl Jun/l0' c_"'. TlmoTito titO-4 Look Up aad I4r litO-4 Posse Putt Salon
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',i4B-4 JCnkiwiy, jrsveKna1.0 i r. -I A.rto.I"'raI BoortIt I Blf Ptotnr. t-T n. Dtwtor By ERNEST LYONS pork skin and boat-fish the South the bass went for them! A
Pe Olull I W.l.k. Mr., Wltard. II Day In Court "
.tOO<< -4-1 1f._ N.Mb.q 30pq Lan lUkfor 10 nibl Talk lilt .., Nw Fork or wade-fish interior ponds. Today "rubber worms in various
t Now WtJ... II, Mow. .. II r.l Bmltk 10 Lli* Howard and Woaw*'* Paws Every bass fisherman in Mar There's nothing like pork rind shapes and sizes (they're not
Movl% Tilt- Goal rr- 1100-4 Camera 1 ',K-4 T Toll the Troth tin is Once
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1 "I'M okul Batullon" County an expert. a rubber but moulded j in
li 3,00Ad.utnn Thaw .." for bass itself attached to plastic
.,10 Coma*! k Mo.I., rorlilildon a... t-T Anoth.r World by of WBeauty
...1- I..MM Advnlors Thoatr* ThaMan Boo "." 0...,.i UoavltaJ l man has caught a bass, he is an Johnson weedIest or with many designs and colors) one
I' New.3o4.. f Fua Club it J...... Wonhlp. ffoat tits-4 Mw He knows everything there spoons of the most popular of lures, butI
.. Newe t tuiarfootIt II Fhrat BaptIM Chard titO-4: Ida: of Nlctt' i.tI'rti about bass. spinners ahead of it.
I B..Uey9rohl." ..... tint 11 I ito-4 Waa-o TrallaT ,., Y*. Don"t lay (Color) catching around have never learned how to use
T ...._., W_... :tot-It Monlna: Flavkoua 1 r.npl. Ar Funny It-ll Ouaon for 5 Day on what he caught the last one For many yean nobody them with consistent effectiveness.Once .
Nliihl Llf of the Moor\ OoHtIT 511.1Un.te Boa It ..... for Ihot-ln* tito-4 seem BwratI with. here used anything on bass exceplpork
Mow*-Hi>DlW, Brtakloyt4 II MUM Thoalr llit7 ....ton "' .tll.. 14 M.tak Game rinds live bait The live in a blue moon I hit conditions
1,30--4, TonnMM Tu>*d* Holland f Mlky: Mm. Cl.. I first ban or
-4 N w -ITalM* OroakH caught on a when they will for them
T tOO-4 '.ttl_ J it km. leno? millpond in Mississippi although but the lags are long in between.
C.U ho DoMo t t FronH.r rir.u >-4 Movl Doctor Rhythm"deeo..I10 could catch them or crawfish or
f Mr Novik iOD-4 Al.ln Bhowt I Oomaily Matlna* t 4 1 thoj Qrandpa Haines ;
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Boapbo Dorbr it Film. th Wok .TWIT"" ".,11n1n', sunpecj f'esl\'Wllttf'' '' stirtmp1'' r"most anything > ,Dass, HldIHKrpllaxrBnara.ckangeable I .!
II Hl.hw., PklroiTi3O JIt Nary of T M. who the old Laurel Hotel ..tnmfOHA(
-I |l'su...or TMnpW HouatMl -4 (uporaiaaft.f Iltle-I .|* *( the Pak -I N... opposite the Southern depot
I It-It Th* riliitaioM* ... it.
caught
.lOO-4 RawkM. .n. Mllwauko Bravo.Itilt SlOO-t tuprrmM. really from the river over to Mile deep having early morning:: or late
.. ..
1 One Step B.,*.4 10.00-1. Qulok Draw -4 N. V. Yankeess Biltlmor II WoodpMa** 1 was five going on six when evening feeding periods-and yet
and
0-11 Donna *<* 1> t-t I>r. KIMai* 10,11- llnola Bob AII...._ stopI.nhunl Grandpa Halnes hitched up the Then the Dowagiacs and the the largest bass 1 ever caught was
.
111M Tal*> I MfiOO 10,10.htl' Mono 1 1,00-1 Bhlrloy ,...pMt It A MO N.wa' buggy stopped by the cotton gin the various imitation at high noon.
t-1 IL t (Color) Ba s-o-renos and
,
4 Porrv MuoaIt Hlrhwa, Film it Boekr and Hll Prl ldl
Plump ;tile: Hun "." Mail Land It Howl ft lift Bi4B-II rt.Hlni. Waatkor, *rrt* to Jig worms, then drove on out wooden minnows, with or The best advice to bass fishermen ByVIRGINIA
It mugs UTookt II100-4 a.. Tie TtatT ....... tilt-t Fl.hlni FinalLr to the mill dam We got In a row
is
Ilo--Dle without along and to use a of lures KINNE
spinners, came variety Owner
.iSO-. CkiH.tr Mlnntralal Doanl tko Monao* Clonland Indian. ... Mlnnwiota -
l .1..Ism, DOMlOtOO 10." Garuwnla .aaptr OkftovM Twin..: EI. boat and he rigged up two long they were killers. until you connect-and that doesn't Opera torsi
-4 TWo 11'..... 11 ito-4. Boy ..**.* 1HOUn of BlaraI 1100-5.1' P1.w., Nptb.. fbwq cane poles, one baited with a cockroach .
Will founder of the Tzaak always work.
alt) ..... 11 .UM aa4 .._ I News, WotkrIt Dilg, FRANCES REDDISH
1-7-UIl E"< :v Al.-1a1t: > It toni *f Glory ItOO-11 N.w.Btlt Mole Rio, "Po..d......." for big bluegills and the Walton League and co-inventor of But if I'm talking to bass fish NETTIE
CRISWELL
It-It 814 Canar (Alt.) It Bnl and CoodII141 II Inn. Batral other with a wiggly gob of worms
-1* Panty Ur Aft.nw .. *-l| CommaB,1Ie the Will !r.DillJ feather minnow ermen, my advice is wasted on the

10,30-10 It Mmn The HoporM I'lonMra A'...._ -II Br Klhlaiw' ",..... "N' _'. Wratkr? Sport. for bass. the progenitor of the bell bug desert air.. Who knows all the answers

IliOO 4'ft-T'lt *._ feathery, IporUII II100, 4 Bkr Xlnft I:SO=4 It Chockmit4t1 Dl.eovory 14ttoo .II -Now.ito t .niikway Patrol The worm cork dipped under visited Stuart about 1925 and I ? Every bass fisherman, of Now

-N.willtio II Now, Walkr, .RporUIliat Bullwlnkl: (Color I ) ...._tl.. *n Groat,*.. ",'*-4 WMthM. first; and I (he) levered In a two- learned baas-bugging him. course. Featuring -

..-4 Movie. "Pb..... Fr.. f II Youth But. ad Bunny tk* lo II -Movl-1 Combat. Tho Ptrlflod rornfSitO ,10-4 I, Hunt..Hrtnh".N." lapel pound bass. I think I deserve the We took eight and ten-pounders Pedicures *

1 10*'001 .LoatuM"l ISiOf It Anawort Plaaa" 4,00-4 llltlMt. Hub. t 1<1... wthw. mo.t credit for catching it. because on the flvrod in the virgin waten -

1 1.130-t T0.1hr.ltb\ JfkBBfOolorl spores ilaa a f lonaaraIt .4 Miami 1 MatlM* P 1>.."........ B,It 41-Nb.hP i Now Life*-Walter no Ik* Odd Ooaktt Cease I tat on It on the bottom of the of Blue' Cypress Lake. Bus bugs IN MOirjRJANIn 'Relaxing Facials'CLOSED

It( ......, I ).....*.*.. .h ......* r."L.1srle and Jive l-t-V.w.-Ranttoy Brtakley' boat Yes bass will take worm. will catch bass! and no doubt about
4itO-4 Tw.nll.th Cnlirf It Nw.-Bon O.o'nsP1054 4 e in tteelhead loving memory of Boyd N.
: It. So will the
1I.i""r'"n.-:::=: dry fly
Conaliilo t Plop and th. Ill, Mr. KdI Fox who !
t Bithw.r Patrol T CombattM Jimmy, Btrlrtland. Shaw My second: bass was caught in size, or the wet fly. or the wet departed this life August SATURDAY during

it Manrkk -4 "' ...* t Bill Dan* Dhow Craig Pond' just south of Stuart fly and H, 1957. Sadly missed by July, August and September
lilt, -! Pkntoirkpky .100-4 Bold ...,...* II Palmhor. Rtnioit spinnerStrante wife and sister.
I .ecob0--4'PlllsbenOY: ; FlralM t*. 0111.... .., Wild KlntdoaaIt t,10-4 T. Toll tk. Trek off Monterey Road when I was .. contraptions will catch

tiai, .t Pkrere.hfC"bn4 BuiarfootBilS t./1 ..0.... "Th. II.11 *'.."" a bout ten Barefooted. I was bass. The old Shannon Red Ibis I !lid UJ:.... ..... 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536<<
Dole. LIml45'00I
I .11 I j In.I." *i. Mlnnoaota !r: A,H Pre Romkaarl Got Bo.ro scrounging around the edge of the spinner which looked like nothing

'sin.f :. BitO-t 0.1:. Collot. Bwlt 5.30-/; Ire* 1>. .* pond tearing up frogs Boylike I twallowahle, has caught its
Bin. An...l.It 1*-II W.... Trala lOelerl. ;
I Kn.wd, Mwf !....* and AaawartIt ,OO 4 D.nny Thewlae picked up a spotted frog and threwit share of big bass hereabout at &
k.00ten" sod the ...., Hlihway Pups ::itO=4 >dy Griffith out in (the pond. It took two kicks has itt modern prototype the Enroll Your 4 or 5-Year-Old in
M*. Wlaar4 ..at-i c......* 1 l-t oli seed and. tk ttar sar"l #
i ... B,4t, -It Flahlar. Wtkr, ..... 10,OO-4 Nik.4' City and a bass grabbed it. ty-pin spinner with rubber
CHRISTIAN SCIENCKHADIO ,, ...*1t.h1.h'1 .II F1.at' ,( .. Wader (port* J., Mlt.k MllbtIt.ft I hunted around in my pockets which originated in ryk, First Methodist Kindergarten

UI"ICS BitO-4 Bald orari 53-7, DaellesSeIsp l..So-4 BrMklac Broadway:' Paint Ooa Lair for tome string (every boy car Bill Renme't Special B split-

I41:5: 4 lliOw-'...,-1/.l) How. Wawwtl > tin string in his pockets), found tailed underwater streamer is a INDtANtoWN ROAD
*f BtwrlttiOft .N-I., .T MO some safety pin killer. No lure on
RADIO STATION WSTU .-4 Burt.hlo. Blat 1* Mlaail r.... Conform ,It--4 Wow "('ha........ W.ll." topwater
MONDAY TsIS t'.AL Btar and Ik* BloryIB II Cbss .I.e.blp. Brlda It Movl.. "Tend. Com......" that was !tying my pants to my excels Chuck Schilling' original begin.nngTUESDAY ;
BAal ...... nitklliklalATTKOAt Ow-.lt VV. Wsa to Baiw It iurll.kt Tln.tr shirt grabbed another frog, toed Florida Leggy Bug now imitatedby
till:, -t MMkuM. Mi.lO-4 In.,,.. Cs... Shaw
It All..... 5websrl. IBitO, -. .....* It out on the string and safety a hundred concern I SEPTEMBER 8th
Almost Everyone Listens To .,!..-4 Hawaiian Ire liOw-It tpanlak. New pin-tnd caught a bass. Frogs The balsa Rtppala, made In Finland ,

WSTU t Florida Fraaturod FonatIt rilokont 4,0,II*-Nlahtwatoh It M.... Mori will catch bass. Right then I became swept the bass front, with 8.30 TO 11:30

RADIO STATION HnotonanyIt - a frogs-catch-bass expert.( the larger ones deadly on snook For Registration
Nawa RiMirti, Wrath TUEl PAY or Information call:
lea. Imitator effective ,
.,,41-u Pso.m.: Parad and musk Just at
.MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME UJO K.C.
1 100-4 L..... co...) AUO.ltMomkic The bass I cauuht from then on are. the Rebel and new
I.' Bill Daaa BhowIt are numberless. We used to use balsa Ban,-oLure manufacturedat Mrs. I H. R. Whalen, AT 7.0251

Nlpktllfa on 4Odd ruinWoN .tlt ......... "........ .
MOMDAT slew IATVMDAT T0-, ..4le.II My Favorlto Mania. -4 toamtar, king cane poles, fashion our own! Winter Haven. AU will Catch

I..u.nu 9.T Dl.iwy lCekelRCA ) TiOO Camped_. It Potpourri Omma split-tailed pork rinds from salt be... I Church Office{ AT 7.1556

IS RCW1. 1UW': 4111D W1tATuaa rlae-I aMRMrlu1. cueNpT' >> _l Bmplr. ____ .boa"lOO-4 Ita..., "Tfc. Brld. Wor* Ran .will hit wignhr lures shaped'

:.W',= ..It like watersnakes, others made of
: 0..1 __
or.:1::; : 11$1Z 1.1: : Moro VICTOR C.._ *a AI Malay oaiotQIt WEDNESDAYAUG. hair which look like (rots, imitation

..... P.1100.. ,. ......., p/1........ Z ,...... I....... lave .1 ode IsM..dse mice and I even have onethlntaman AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE
l.pMl .5 ..h
0 .....1 oese n 0s11551 101. .....:1 w. e snot.Murk' *(TM.>mn4 W_..' | In my tackle box
Mori*, "fly Br Nlakl' (1... a* II....,. --') which imitates a lizard. I'U ute
ILiving-Color" TV 1"h' In Mllllmt -* < .. ..
n* ilw- T da* Bk it the next time I tee a bast whop
*BAT thru STMDAT; '-'It TV FmayiM 0...f .,s0-4 Motl. "alnllnAfW..es. '*
HO -4 Kralo. EM a chameleon when it falls froma

r1UD4""III 9.. Wuld w ..... ....* .ap M n..... IWM bush
...... .. (..**,. ...... Souls' Y Mndp .a.01) the .
If read porting mate.lines
tt1.W : ..... .. lite-It Neole. "B.ajo"/ you
IIS Ba.llo4l BET--::': : day of cab Pad > .011I If_ W....*, we.W 4aoMoor, "..... of ih. _.** > I you will note where you

10**! T.orU M.wwI ol ...... IIHM World\ .( ..aid 11- mrlh s.... 1 Nsms' .0.,"W.alhaIl B/w. ..Bdmas'T.rltay awn 1 Mu .....Ioa4"' can tend off $15 and trt the "BastFisheman't for EVERYONENO

lb....t """ 11lIa,- ......; Mnu.4. .......1. OsmmntLdSt 1.- ,kro awl1105o4.1 Secret Lure. whichIs
Mk : "Sd.- ..
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)1.>* asr1 /lose "..fc.Ml .1..-.. I- ..w... WNr I'Ll It N. ro Wwlko. tVort N ewe. ..... nothing In the world but the
111* will .< Mtare 1PA1 .....1. CMM ... t/... 4Nwj "w jd .. f .1111-. N4 rshw oh) whirlint jig' spoon with fret
News MlbbNrw. iM-4 Woatk** II 11I..10 a '1.. "My PveIM ear"1510Ie .
uses Mow \! I hair tied behind that Florida Crack.en
lliaa MMI Cat A_ ; .. .> -4 Nw Commwt
1/r0 Ws.1 Mores.M .+.1 r; ) 1 Haatlay p ..... 515-1 5. H..' used to use on a short line

i // 1Ae1M.1, )*w l/w/*>w Ia'1'al ,;:awl Slew 'i ,: erwt. = -rUUUUIANC OytD-; It BIe Ma.wk1II 5)4 CteI0115d t Ii: = wpgy I111.r01x0a and long pole to catch M'".

> ..... a tes.lp I ...., Pes.e4tu.t t.e.-ww..:: O.bn. Ns Bata will hit I double-eplnnet
jlSferrl -- It Now* ........OrbkM ...... hire
lures sinking
lures ,
PPAw ftoarint ,
n RCA VICTOR
r --- Tiwow-4 lw.U tees Adnarar sw i
!I- M+ 1'.1 Sear n tWrM: ; wa..4s crippled minnow phit, and to-
kteaS. Hkt rAbow ._, ........ {...!*, ".It Kappoaodl Oa* Mlakf* 545-1 Nun-Warp OInMy toood-rroducwt
3 .w. 'I offers a t Mtekwap PwtnTTi 5.P .._H..t..... Sosaiu called tonic or
l: & a. a 1 I4a. low toad* tkwoy I: 0.a rN.d If0. ONB-YEAR! WARRANTY ** -t.j .... Mtk 145-4 awed rah, Ups lures You can catch them onoooni TURNDOWNSH'ant
n..5) 10-11 Combat
SaM fload tw*. .... color ._ tile Mlow. ..Itt ." I M..OSak < or ins deep down especially
all including "' -Tk.
,. on punt your tXrot W Marlit
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: : .... dux4MM ewS: M11 of Pa. Vtu..__ In running water
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pponaa4 .... the late more? Call
a to
I 't. If_ dmt Btj.*yLyld eoesaM l -ll .lest Show 15 atertk Not too many rears now .
Ierlitj1.M
s MewS \,'M .-..." of TV l'olo.t) ;: BarMN drover King and his friend Bruce
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1 Dle1 l Piw.kf TkoaBwIWU 55-1 h- lone came back to
I 1 m.s,1 .... VS .kllti. **.* **"* and APPLIANCES I..... .... __... _lei It-I' "The .d1 thIM0/11. Hrt Sprm. Ark. with' a medical Irubber I
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MM Mood BSurar >wo.d tk. now 1 *.-t Dtak ,.. ..u They rare me half t ,
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anew "+.r...,__ .., va.nMa11Al I GARDEN CLUB PLANS I IA THF. STUART (Florida) NEWSThinliuy

Story of the Is Travelers Paint Garden Clubspade I II I Auaimt 13, 1964 3-C r |I

Jupiter Light JUPITER NEWS :I.t the ,plan Board for of Directors the coming meeting year SIIFIL COCIFCTION I

MRS, ANNA MINEAR Phone T4&4443 home of the i LS ON FAHinir
Cormpondral N held Monday at the
Rich I President Mr, Fred WINon. Riverside On exhibition at the Howe of
With Vivid Lore of the SeaBy "' 'II!' _.-- q.r':'_
I \ Drive. Refuge Museum: during August is
:
The first luncheon meeting ot shell collection' of Mrs Frank

: Pioneer ,he year will be held on Sept I tSalhaven Peloal. At the Elliott Museum is
\\NV MINTER I arduous labor i 1II1 t ti4j gap9edng( man ; heaaotl that broaJowt r.gjulro Passing of hen Wilson said a new series of combat art painted .

The United State Coast Guard Wdah t ... down livtiM. River and along aSggwh. | tuawt tWp in ehecKln,! The elub will cooperate with the during World War II by members -
celebrated its\ I74ih birthdny Tuen-! Ibo coast: to the l l InM t w boot, battling their| course was installed' \ m the of its Clean tp of the U S toast Guard.
day, August 1 4, by holding open with mosquitoes, the weather 1920'1.l From the radio beacon Recalls before'town Slow Jupiter Season"on which is he The *.* turtle exhibit which has

house at Jupiter Lighthouse! and at and Indian :has grown the" new modern beacon, I Early DaysJupiter Ina heM from Aug 8-13!!. I :been on display at the First: National
the J Jupiter Loran A-C station in' What atones the old tower could the Loran A-C Station which operate t I Bunk is at t the Martin' Court
Jonathan Dickinson PArk. i tell if magically speech! Civil from a new and highly technical I' Mr. William Bmgntan was Mrs ty Public library this month.
The given base at the northern end of Hid farewell to anotherof problems of raising a family I Wilton's co-hiwtes for the meeting -- --, -
Jupiter War when the Light/ wa
Light of day put
with
today I Its of her Robert, of and others attendinwere Mr
sturdy pioneirs Both
Jonathan Dickinson' Park Ihursduy. wins
its neat surroundings of modern out of commission. b"' Southern I I The average lift of a com struck
I when Isles Mary F Hepburn was Jupiter, and John of Boston: her Jack. Hornon. Mr*. James Pa\ne i I'
buildings, upto-date hornet andpark.II"'e sympathizers who objected to This Loran station with its 62S I'I'I l.i a nickel. and copper alloy
burned next to her husband Mrs. Mary Savage of hits Kelly Oalesby, Mrs. Kenneth
in daughters
.
of the Confederacy 'fool tower, its powerful electronicequipment about forty
is to years
grounds a far cry smuggling good Jupiter! Cemetery I Jupiter, Isles, F.d They, and Mrs. I Home, Mrs Lyman Austin, Mrs. I I ,
from the and trained I ------ -- ----
Federalblockade highly
same tall of being by personnel
light 104 Mopped James and Man. t- HepburnCame lucy Padgett of f Jacksonville, and! Hugo Butch, Nlrs. R, A. Diedrich
Indian attack and the Is the result of I
years ago when the lighthouse ; many yea"of aboard Miss Jean of Miami, were Mrs. lfkowiu, Mrs Henry' P'"
to Jupiter one of the Hepburn: II :
keeper' home was built of co- terror of hurricane: are all part experimental work on tending rte Mn
River 111'1 service with James kelley. Mrs. ,
old Indian steamboats 1 in'' Jupiter for the many 1r
quma rock with inside of the In the carry day, not signals to ship and planes.In
an well for story
and Mum, Mrs, William Jicque
she Andrew
18*), when was 20\ They livedon of the grandchildren great "
protection against possible Indian! a sign of human life could be seen '194n, the first Loran A-C of the steamer thai was grandchildren. *, Mrs. Alfred Weeks and Mrs
one
attack\ And! the light today with from the tall tower but ducks were station (Loran stands for Long moored near the t elesiiul Railroad I -- I t-olmer Sorenson.HFRI. ; ) I It.
ill electronic to that wire screen had established!
equipment it a great plentiful a Range Navigation) wa hotel .b
change from the old system of to be built to protect the lass in at Hobo Sound Coast' Guard station could Dock get at A t flouting house built until on their they Town Council AM TIIFRFMaster
weights that had! to be wound by the tower. The lighthouse keeper I' on Jupiter Wand' P
hand! few hour picked "baskets of dead duck homestead I' Sergeant and hits Harold ,
every and the oil' up The second base was set up in
I iWVacre( t.-
The Her urn ''IIl1fo I
'
and two of their'children
burning! lulled by crashing into the light. Met A Schmel/er
lamp. I Jonathan pickinson Park not far stead can be marked now by the Tuesday
Even in the last t fifty yean. the (In ((928 when hurricane winds I from the", Martin Palm Bench Stack property on the north, along Katherine and Harvey, are

Change have beelIIreat.. The old disrupted the power, Captain Char. County line in the late I IV5U. Uftuhalchcc River Road, and Town Council at Its I the guests of hen Shmeler'I'nlother : '
by
tWO. frame houses that let : install the Jupner't Mrs Mary Savage Hir
lory looked Se-ahrooli managed to under the direction of U. C D.klatweil. the south
Bennett I
the properly on meeting In Town\ Hall Tuesday'night old fchmel/er Jr. .is now stationedin .t ,
put over the king dock where the old oil hit son. Franklin, the
climbed I The signal tent by side. of (Ml l canal then I limestone cooperated with the Village
supply bom tied But then In, the swaying lower, Station coincide with England
up are gone. Jupiter : : signals Creek on the South The Hep-
Council of
the tame costly |lenses cast the and kepi, the light" turning by hand I from master station in North burns" |lived on and farmed the lequcsu by droppingthe Mrs. Mabel Phipp( DufloieRoad
' intention leas I
U> annex MS, who recently underwent sun lrtahartt a
+
light eighteen mile to tea ai they For three day, these dedicated Carolina and a second "II avo" homestead for when
many )can on Riverside Drive that' fall naturally at St. Mary' Hospital, Is re.cuperatlag *
did (ho day they were brought keeper and their families kepi station on the Massachusetts! coast. and miles gory
the postoffice stores were into limits.Mayor .
from France and installed in the the light operating until temporaryplant These signals give ship and plane' .w,y by boat. They) raised seven Tequesta Richard Stalls Village Mated that.. 1 !'(. at home and receivingVisitors FLATTERYWILL
Hew tower loaned by g neighbor, Robert, : an instant fix on their position at
children there. I GET YOU
the to
commissioner were glad !
Mr. William Morris
Mr and "
The romance and history. of Wilson could be set up. ', any time of day or night. The
Mrs. Hepburn' was born in Dublin make this since had
move TrauesU Jr. Riverside/ [Drive, have returned
Jupiter light, told !by Bessie Wilson survivors of' second installation largely 'I ,
wa
The rescue of shipwreck experimental Ireland" on St. Patricks' Day cooperated so well with Jupiter on from Clinton Ind. where they attended IvIRY1VIIRREWe :
DuBoIS in her !story "Jupiter *, and the victims of German but in 1962 the present
of Scttch.f'niJli'h ,
11170, !
r which
parents the lighthouse" they Id)1111'11
properly heir 0th high
( ;
light give depth and historic interest submarine in World War 11. was station was built and equipped embodying who came to Florida when she was considered L. will not( sans to "Fluttery'to
annexingCommissioner reunion Mr and Nlrs. Eugene
to this familiar landmark not an unusual experience for light I the results of curlier '16. I Id Pedersen- Jenkins. Lance Road, were also j Mil .Insurance. However, were

The light went into operation keepers In the early days they studies. I In later )lean. when Mr Hep nounced that, in carrying out then in Clinton for the reunion, as Mr. .l".)1 flattered when. Mir
July 10, 18TO after seven year of aKo hunted bear on Jupiter : The highly technical equipment burn went into commercial fishing "
('lean-Up- Island shot panther suppose engineered by Massachusetts Institute they moved close ''I) Jupiter for the Week"', the town would have the Mr. Morris said that the majority 'In prompt wrvkt when claim
. of the Light and hunted of Technology and Installedby children': schooling: For many full cooperation of the civic organisations of the class: and ten of the teacherswere com up and the money t*
to-be buried treasure in the 46 foot Sperry Gyroscope, under the years, the little house on CenterSt. In .town, lite Jaycees will for the event
hill on which the lighthouse stands.The supervision of United Stale CoastGuard I II the gathering place for the present needed auks b when we realtyhurry.
was ( man the trucks: for pick-up: of the Friends of year standingwere
HOME LOAN lighthouse reservation at I( engineers and the station' children': friends, and none will limbs' and brush trimmed !back and together many al the home of Mr .
the point abets Indian River and commander, Lt. Com. Robert Sul- forget the fun of being there
ever Robert Nichols: of, ford Sanitation and Mrs. James SpiUcr. Palm
the Loxahatchee join to flow into I lins, was" set up at the present site. 1 when Mn. Hepburn's fresh baked has announced that' Jupiter Point Drive i Sunday, Mr, and 1\ IF m INSURANCE .

TALKS. the ocean, i II one of the beauty spots Today' Loran A-C Station has bread and rolls came out of (the city dump will be open to>> ill workin Mr. J lame t.1 Huff of Ft Pierce Sri TIII
of Florida with
of ,the east coast 625 ft. tower and two smaller ,
I oven. the clean-"
/ on program joined Mr and Mr, Tom Drown
the clear view of the sea so close I tower, a* well a* a battery of In 1925, Mrs Hepburn movedto Mr and Mr, O.lonhlle, own pennock Lane and their houseguest HIE NIWS photographer who JOHNSONAGENCY
by don herold al hand.; I complicated machinery for the 24. Miami with her ton Robert en of the Jupiter Marina, protested *, Mr. and Airy Clyde Atwood hook this picture of "Threeth"Street R. V.
Wireless wa established al the hour of the I and Jean, only to return says he I is now on the
operation signal lyv daughter to the council that the law agamtl of Oklahoma City, al the "
lookout
lighthouse in 190, according to which house the in / ) be here with Robert for Twoth" Street.
tern Building 1 II/fli to the sale of beer and alcoholic: bcverage Spit/er "home for dinner All four
kIn. puBot, history. A radio barracks he moved !back lo I .. .
for when Jupiter
equipment
a possible until r.n01\ Sunday I couplet were former neighbor, In - --- -- M1Oenrgla TODVYJ OR CALL
complement of fifty men, office Early residents and their child caused a good deal of trouble forthem W Beach
M palm '
ANNOUNCING and the electronic: equipment itself ren and grandchildren paid tribute because. :their customer could. i ,Mr, and Mrs Hugh Crandall take .. nest position.< ho will AT 74J<4
a leaching He has
add to l $2.300.1)00) installation. to her on Thursday with all recalling make their I "
REOPENING up purchase lust across who have spell! the past (fifteen I been FOIST riDERAt UltDCSOCOIP
leaching al the of
Homes for married personnel and I her many kindnesses, the the river, and then pick. up their months touting the Uml d Males Hogau.' (Dlonihln. University

MIRELAINE KENNELS: officers are built along the ridgeon help she gave to all who needed boats' at the Manoa. The Council art slaying .t t the Moody' home on ----.- .-.--- I
which the lighthouse stands onthe it. and her courage in facing the will discus: the problem the JIf"Rleetin the Loxthatihte River for o few

Hoarding John R. .Motley Day ., Mgr Week original lighthouse reservationof I I ,, which\ will be open to all weeks Mr Cnndall did gradual HAVE MOKfFlQXIOA( FUN<< ATMRUTTGER'S

I 112 acre interested !persons n usual, I work at the University of rltl\n.1 4

Month So Jupiter Light move from I Radio DispatchFor James Daily, building Inspector, this nasi year, i
the past into the future in serving I announced that permit for the Mr, end Mrs. lawn. Silne have' '
Obedlcisct TnlaJji| ship at tea and plane" that may be I month of July amounted to returned from Miami Reach, where '

Grpombf passing, this way. This Area : flit lOt( ). they wer, vacationing held visiting

5401 S. F'dtnll HighwayFort John Brew baker, president of the the trade show for their (hrltimas a.

I PboM 464-3371 JAYO: CONCESSIONS:'\ A public radio dispatch service Jupiter r TequetU Hob, Sound merchandise. I .
Pkrc Al HOHiK SHOW AUG. 2) I will loon be available lo Jupiter Athletic Association: which\ hendlet! Hank Milton, former Jupiter

----- ------- business and professional people the I little League baseball teams, resident\ ho ha* been in Colombia.
Let First Federalof Jupiter Area Jaycees are cooper it was disclosed when the radio numbering over :(h) boy this sum South America, for several years 101 MillS SOUTH IF MIAMI

ties ating with the JupiterTequestaHunt ( tower was erected on Old Dixie I mtr, asked for the support of (he was.. t the guest; of Mr sod Mn. !..me U t *t iat Irk. IM Pewit. P.saw
J Jar WdJs" Club on their hone show recently I council. A donation of J40Q was John 1.fob, for several I day*. Mr. : ,
Vero "juirlmeltl This it one of the most interesting Spencer Communication ServiceOf I I given I to the association.. Mellon plans' lo he* in' Albany. AND PEW e ZitJli twf'iUKJWX ....... c.-; -
wrap lip events of the summer season, according West Palm. Bench, and Mrs. The Jupiter Volunteer Fire PepartnMnl I .-. a ':; WKJTBCAPTAIVSTAWK" ':" ,NAN ae"

: to announcement made i Myra Larkin the pleasant voiceof also|< wa liven lit. quay AT RUnCIR'9 ._....\\1. a.w __
the deal for after the Thursday meeting;, by : Ever-Ready Answering Service terry donation" of $'00. C O"aws-_......-.e r..ry "I1'e
youIf I .....
Dale Bledsoe, special event chair. I are installing I public radio dispatch The conimiMioMri. made t detailed Businessmen'sLUNCH e -4 tMlfci. ........< O...
I system for the area from Mudv of bids tubmm.d (for :=i
man.The asr t"-- ,,,,,,,,
you get First Federal Savings 1 hors show will be held at I lobe Sound to Juno. : the Town Hull with their decision: e
!
of Vero Beach to wrap up your the Hunt Ckih August t 22 from 91 The service will provide the I to be mad lute| ". I Our Ntv LltiUl bi.r twis..w. c..nI -. ..,. S ,......
with a.m. to 6 p.m. Competition in sixteen combined facilities ot mobile radio I |Intel l | Kwtaurnl. : .. M.
home purchase t mortgage f.ri._....... ....d.wnl ..al.t.a. ..__
events will fall in three classes, dispatch and telephone answering II U 1.111 SPEAKER p
the over .........
they'Ulook property I .
loan I asof wWt, tinr sd.e l
service in central location This
Hunters, Jumpers/ and Hunt Seat one AT COHTEOr 5.Jft 1 '1.Y -
With cold, experienced hardboiledeyes A of $100 Is offered will enable business! and @
Equitation professional
and pnz I). N. lupdon| ,Antlsiaol : ,
before they lend on it. .
the winner. to have their -
to nigh Jump men telephonemessages ( !
97cTown
Director of Palm Beach County: PNONIN/ .aua
you can rest assured that if they I Trophies and ribbon* will be given relayed' lo them In their Health Department will be the .,."...,
agree to lend money on it. U Is in all event" car*. It will also allow l I the subscriber
the
not only a good risk for them !but During the noon break: In the to talk directly from his car guest speaker Chamber a( of Jupiur-T Commerce s

pretty surely a GOOD BUY for i NOW YOU competition an exhibition will be' to any telephone 'In the llobe Sound II quest Coffee) Saturday
Waged showing Arabian, Morganand to West Palm Beach area. House
you The Coffee, one of Its populist
II The main station
CAN LEASE GASAIRC01DlTlONINC 5-gaited hone. transmitting
,events of the area, will IN held atiTetiiiMU
Federal long experience is located al 920 Old Dixie
Highway
Pint
The Jaycees: who have chargeof Country Club al 9 am. U.S. 1 I. Stuart
The service will be in I
enables them to give you expert the food and parking concessions operalion IV. t. will talk on "Vawr.
counsel on values, on location material No capital outlay n*.d.d. will place directional! signs : by Sept I t. I Pollution Uivlod a topic which hat Mined" CQmf'< Try ltt{/ P1LgT-
l In I
Warren
construction, plans etc. -* provide all malntnanc for the benefit of the public Local Spencer: announcing much: interest lately both locally (Closed MOIId.t) I
*.Convmi.M.caromk.4 I the Installation' said) thai this will
You can lave money on your d.ptnd.bJtllt com merchant are donating prizes, needed service for I I -and- nalisMahJ.{,! .. -
loan there because their initial costs pleMly ..,.".. WIIyl Cat Bledsoe said, and: nominal: chargeof businessmen( who do not feel that -
dollar will made for toe !
and interest rate are reasonable IM noel lei lie txJtfnc a I their operation warrant Installingtheir

and because they allow you to reduce ttetalltlTROP1GAS. show own radio system.. Other sys-i,

your total interest cost by tern In the Jupiter area operatingon (

making advance payment on principal kit and Mrs. Dan Harden and the tame frequency are Village $ TAMPA UK' 2,11171 S : 'I Vou'lfApprcciutc
without penalty, when you OP GAS Coleti have returned from a motor of Salhaven and Jupiter( VolunteerFire 1 .I.IING PtA 1832)10H PbQ
trip through the West. They spent Department theNcwIDM 1
are able I 1O 4 AC PEA 3e13101 ;i41
"
several days In Jackson Hole, Wyo., I The "public dispatch tyslcm, an-
and visited the National Parka 1! pounced al the Jupiter Town\ Conv .rtlacou.r I I A + : u 1114111 1 17 111: 1 ', I lANODISTANCBSTATBMBNTS! I

Inc. They also visited Mr. h Burden' Mtler | mission meeting 1 uesday night was tu'"MON113' { $ CUM II T0 < 111 140 \ 1 l !
Mrs Allen Lt,ky and. husband, toll t 4 '"
i favorably received by the commis I "e 111C
... eILO. /
t....h.,'r.a..l ion 'q a.I*SU' .e i.M.. I..w' OF t1..oRfDA in Santa Barbara, and. toured Calif I stoner who said It was another indication t ti 101 g IMQLlwogp r LA 47 4 jalittttlclil. .

,:': ewew wi.. _mu..-:-:..w.v.lost. e. 4 .e4.t M/sue 140 Stuart Skoppiai plan onia. On Uw return trip their I of I the growth of the area *.w, X* i I:
N.e a.w.I at ...P U..SCopyrighted. AT Mill Smart May in !New' Orleans wa one of I L"e
the high. spots. VFW MR VICE MANSTKAK I II C rf'J f '
1964)) '
( J any TMs
WILL > IIFUF.: .
K".wwe ; "
THREE COMMON STOCKS. George S. Voughl. Palm Beach I r ... ,:
I County service: officer for the VI W I !

1 WANTA are diecutted ia our ew August".,,_.." will be at the American. .login ,: .. -j.,
.IUU, on August 22 IVM al 7;30. ,
COMFORTABLE .1161. 4uwa t 2'
according lo announcement made
'
DRAPER CORP. W ass 1
\ Sere by Joseph Curran, service officer t
MORTGAGE? ..........- .. ", ......./.." for the Jupiter IJghthoust: I 114 1110 1 111 .y. _>*.. ia II
'
... .-an '-" ... Post"" '*7), VFW. : .
a&liaa.9-..... ar ..- JONES A UUGHUN Mr' Voughl wiU speak first and uu.
sal. Wl ": : = =t ....... ...... hr.u."s4 /l./.s
:! .ar..aa.bM .. Ill!' then answer (question 'for ihwe TilE NEW IRV 1 ONG DISTANCE STI T1IENT{ :
:::; _I.... 1.rW present The qt>e< on. will .be in* <

RCA srar weed for anyone who hat I tern I YOU'U SOQN HE WCKIVISG WITH YOU/l

rtlODeI Van Ra.eh. 16102313 rakrtr6'.' 'sr+. Ice diwhilitv; regardless of membership ",J 1 J
in the American 1 legion or '
Fa your copy e/th* last"Rrvkw"" the Veteran of Foreign War This : i REGULAR TELEPHONE/, OFFERSADVANTAGES JUIN,-, )
'I
simply mail..* coupon. meeting I h for anyone who served : '

FEDERALSAVINGS ...............--.-....-.-...-.-...-- In the armed farce. and ncrch) '' TO YOU ," .
FIRST advice, Mr. Curran Mated I
fVnt. tad aw jf>r Aped "!....". MI '
LOAN 't.

ASSOCIATIONOF fc Nass ----t x11Aikdlsa C. G. AIDS rolll.IJ.'IIN I, flimioa.tl1 InilitkJ""a kw| distance lid,., tW lase N'O 3,- t impluiee Ih,; problem of keeping.record of yotrf,Kte4 -

I Joint Hupp.Marching" b*adman Warriors ter for, and tot'Jupiter sent |a M ta the past whJsh; were difficult la IC'd and phuw.spenw.N '.\ :

rIy eo__ undcrsUnd. .
.. .. ............ music instructor at Jurxur Schoul ,
.. ,.. ..-. .. .. of ? lebphone. tervk, ,
INDIAN RIVER COUNTT and ... gurtt. C...... .Pur) el I tl Whrwood. 2, SumiMrtM* your has M .. easier to read IBM LongDwtanee Wllf, "help, '" W lap the eon our "
are the tfficlellCJ, ,
HIRSCH 3c CO. tmtmg 'fI'of SuMmeni. Josa.4shtewh l icreaed eperalaS s
I the Cost Guard follow log a break '

2045 Hth Ara Dial 542.237Yen I $.._sa Neq ... ..... ,.........drw down m Jupiter Inlet IT ALL ADDS UP TO HETTIM( ? SimVICIJ? : FOR, YOU
back Florhta Hupp Purl ..ho bl hero
,
IM ..... S r..d Street rift PtrrreKESIOKXTS dcpr'a fishing In Hupp' heal '

*..... OF nilAKT CALL TOrLFRLFsA were commg us on I low tide"- with
Free P-tUg *ISIII >
HOLILSi 9 to J Lay, teen Wi4' ihiH, Ubon when they. tveirtaground ,, I Your Partners in Progress. ]I IInter..County

....,, .. U. OpssSW7N on I MatdiMr ,
"ft..... Of AI Def MAIN OFFICES 25 BreW Street New York 4, NY. Purl pulsed the boat too deeper
day water and itsra the. rumor refuted'

Srt *y, to. rrspoott nMty HuppM one

IJun lt "daily motet news and singes motor started and (pulled ..k m* I

.Wheel C....n S n* TWte 3'.3o-6w WIAA I4N M jeuf dial tide when N could anchor I Telephone SystemI
A fncisehfnnernuii. hailed me

ftoIMr a...aa -. .. ... ... ....... ..... wdloia Canal Guard olio came M'' the
-. het M"""q M+ri9 ....Mq .ff..5ie std lewd .. th1pp Lr
.. dory tm the river,




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all}? Stuart Sfoitta ERNEST LYONS' COLUMN! ,s 3 f {hti' i i it

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1964 Wild Creatures



Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocewn Boulevard, Of Pioneer Sea '' 1
Smart Mania a
County, Florida !
Entered u tecond-clast mail matter at post office at Stuart Florid y
... Close Hand : ,
MEMBER OF: at I, 1"'":

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION rx : ,.. r
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IP YOU COULD go out a few miles from \

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS Stuart and encounter wolves, buffalo, vast .

". flocks of passenger! pigeons, partridges on Y
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor every bush and roaming moose elk and caribou ( ,

you would feel that we were living on ? y > n
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4 SO per year; two year' the edge of a primal pioneer wilderness. I h ?

: $8. O. (Subscriber living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rate,) I g B 6 y
Anywhere else in U.S.A. $$00
,
per year, two years $9. 0. WE ARE-but it is a wilderness of water .
Six months $2.75, three months $I."
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to the eastward vaster in extent and inhabited ,
Foreign and Canadian rotes on application 1
land
more thickly than the ever was

I r P
\ t tr
t JUST OFF St Lucie )Inlet is this pioneer s

,State J *Becoming; Phony as a Three Dollar Bill country of the sea, where the'wolves are ,' ,.

J sharks of acveral5pccies, barracudas and giant
king mackerel; the partridges and quaff <., I
f', *: 'Florida the Artificial' Is Now more numerous than flocks of land birds ever '''lunus '

were-are schools of blucfish, Spanish mackerel

and blue runners; and the moose and .1. 4
for 'Real
Substituting Florida'AH
caribou are blackfish" or little killer whales, ,' '

huge manta rays and porpoises. 1

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around and about our state the artificial because the dog was good for something/ like t t '
-
is being substituted for the real Florida and our trailing deer, catching coons or biting anybody ONE OP THE great rewards for living

naturally beautiful land i II gradually becoming who trespassed on your' land Now most Florida (In this part of Florida is the closeness to the r <
as phony as a three dollar bill dogs are poodles. "pioneer sea" so filled with life. You may ,
hunt the land ill this of .
for weeks
on part
We have prostituted our beautiful natural The pre-artificial Floridian spent most of I
springs into tourist traps where Uncle Remus his planting efforts on the utilitarian, like backyard South Florida( without seeing a deer or a > i
j wild turkey-but on almost! any trip offshore "
characters carry on a rehearsed putter from citrus avocadoes papyas pineapples another
ala s-bottotned boats at two bucks per pav.cn-! stuff good to eat Even the cocoanut enjoyed you can count on the thrill of seeing wild ''r

gar, or for a similar fee the touring public can its first popularity because of the edible creatures. of the ocean, large and small N + P,. .

-' gawk at "mermaids" holding their breaths in nut Now we have drifted so far away from
underwater caverns reality that Florida municipalities make a major r BOTTLE-NOSED porpoises that's the

If the porpoise ,show at the World's Fair effort lo cut all the nuts down before they get sort trained as actors at Marmcland, the Sea x
ripe-so they won't fall tran quanum and Florida's New York Fair exhibit ) -
has proven a flop lay that to the fact that everyone on some plantedYankec'l < y r. 4 .
=::. who has ever been lo Florida has already head. -come diving along, rolling their backs v
been forced to we a porpoise show, We Insist on being something that we out of the water, and nearly every school

-: \1 They are so well apaceJ from St, Augustine to aren't. Florida Is hurricane country where roof plays a friendly visit. to your boat.

: the Keys' that only the hardest-hearted skinflints tiles timbers and sheet metal fly when the &relitwinds .

-ft ot parents manage to run the gauntlet: occasionally!! rage So what are we doing? THE PORPOISE is one of the most in-

:, ,'. Our "attractions" range from, outrageously We are building just about all of our major r Iclligent creatures on the planet For decades

healthy water skiien towed by madly screaming new business buildings with vast glass fronts i, a large porpoise( called 'Pebrus Jack. used r,, ,
outboard motors to absolutely fake "South the better to be as artificial! as possible when to escort ships into an Australian port. +

ern damsels" pOlled against the foliage of otherwise the next hurricane comes ,

quiet and beautiful lake shores Our devotion to artificiality and the,, chance AS OUR snilfish charterhout men will tell/ ,,, '
Alligator farms, bird farms! monkey farms, lo make a b u c k through speculation have you schools of porpoises like to "come over 9e ,.6 a..i"; a, ''sw, a
animal shows and caused us to outprlce ourselves! from enjoying "
starring dejected cougar and get acquainted, and frequently swim for SPAN GETS FINAL 1RLATMUVT: :'
of fLOW: AND PLASTER: ABOVE, AS NfWHS'f: ;
pacing imprisoned black bears .snake farms some our greatest assets until they are "ar- a few minutes alongside or just at the "bow off

and orchid Jungles are advertised on blatant tificiali/ed! the boat --- --- ---

billboards every few miles to lure the visitor long gone I.i the old' elemental use of f a -'tf I,,,., "" 'ar, &<'","",, .J'GiHo'IIIUI.! ." j- -'_ i"" ....... ._. -w+ ,M* went returns to a government of
into seeing, for a fee, this unreal and artificial oceanfront a simple wooden cottage by the sea
ONCE I WAS drifting with a hroken-Jown people and by the people, Keep
Florida now predominating the natural scene! where a middle class family could enjoy summer engine in a twenty-eight-foot sea skiff halfway Letters to the Editorthe the good work
outings In South Florida Are you kid
Competing with them are "retirement vii.lages" Sincerely,
between
hero and West End in the Bahamas -
ding? Not until they are seawallcd, filled in, Chris Kalb
where the native and
pines pulmcttoes | That's a lonely feeling, surrounded by n II I IT I- r -,
landscaped and made to look like Tahiti at
have been neatly bulldozed and cubicle

houses, distinguished largely away by a difference[ fit$500 for a use.FlodJr front. foot do we believe that they are empty far sea you'll and drift horizon before, while you get you the wonderhow engine of Ethics Code WANTS ST. LUCIE IMPROVEMENTIN LSFAILSEditor

forcvci-demanding in carports, are joined lawns together landscaped by stretches of has become a* artificial a* an ash fixed (if you' do) Suddenly a mile away; Urges Adoption
by Import Stuart News;
there were bunting spurts of froth and spray
} ed ornamentals of no earthly use whatever blond hairdresser's! beauty, all /made up for rand 1 agree with the complaint ot
for
The./etire who Imuls on planting a few luau--but one can't help but wonder if our coming straight me were creatures"areyhoundina" the neglect of Saint Lucie tsUtct

orange trees, grapefruit limes and lemons, with slate wouldn't be more attractive/ if U would out of the water, For Non-profit f Organizations streets
take off the fancy muke-up and let the "teaFIorIJa" 'I It could be nice rcsiJi.it-
mayhap ,er tangerine /or Christmas use Is rcgurdcd + "natural" THE SCHOOL of little spotted porpoisesthey're .7.: ., ___.,__ _e a'very n....._. .e .........
as an oddity, Those few who grow back ta la' "xcuvu VI o'wu 11 we >u caw
very
bravely In We're getting almost as bad as Southern a deep-sea sort about half as big Editor Stuart News: gated (committee chairman, treasurer SENT: OUT (1)11'OKI AUCDMUtMS were paved and the parkways kept

not only!put at'traitor vegetable to the gardens settlement's are regarded aestlietiC '.alifurnla. The day of >no "return will ;'-omo as those we find in our buy jtnd..along 'the ,". laM ,week a public, ant ,direct ?(Ctc,), the& executive w solely AAOUISRi: ""f"J'IUd< l the trees tnuiimJ
I when our highway borders begin to sprouthuge coast-came straight to my boat and pluyed accusation! by a state education respontible for his staff, he shall Editor Stuart News Whit happened! to the plan for
motif but also to the branch chain :
{ store board member the ad make no changes in hiring or fir the of and
around it for half an hour like a school of against upkeep neglected purrs
papler-mache image of hamburger buns
Our shorelines, with their entrancing little frolicking When I the ministration. of Florida State Uni ing without board approval, but Here is the reply which I re grown lots It would also help in
coves and dancing shallows, are being filled !nand leaping porpoises, alligators both Couchant and pups. got engine re- varsity has reportedly resulted in also! no board member shall give ceived when\ I sent a recent Stuart the fight against mosquitoes
rampant, oversized monkeys In plaster and paired they swam along with me for a mile New editorial to :l
our Congressman
rimmed with concrete seawall embrasures the resignation of the executive orders to any staff member except' -ReaderMMORS
giant Seminoles blaring! the time and detailsof I or so and I sure appreciated their company :
Even our bouts once as utilitarian as any.* head there. through the executive.
thing designed by man' to meet the challengeof the next fuke alligator roasts via bulll-bt a This points up again the often When I have been asked by Mr Christian I the sea, are now being upholstered like fancy tape recorders THERE IS A sneaky fresh water pore and unnecessary conflicts in non American Association of Museums! Jensen Beach: ON A ISU.MLKAL

automobiles and, i If the owner of one docs It could be worse! With the proper carnivalatmO'irhere. : ,l poise, however, in the Amazon River. Accord- profit organizations, on all levels to go as special consultant to some Many thanks for returning my
Editor
Stuart
News
catch fish be immediately and wo could have a "Muscle Beach"on ing to my' old pal the National Geographic, town to national wherever aboard museum or library which is in questionnaire and for sending! :
a grabs t rug Hutchinson Islas). Heaven forbid which I never doubt on anything It assumes the of trustees hires an operating trouble, that conflict always is due along the editorial from The Stuart Every time I approach the new
wipes off the evidence. form of a handsome young' man and comes staff !It happens between/ a to one or all of the conditions listed News, on the unemployment city water tank from the East side,
Florida homes, once designed for outdoor to the native dances hut church board and its ministers, a above And my first recommendation problem in the United States and I marvel' at what I see, Simon,
living with big I windows, breezeways and Two Rules to Prevent hide always wearing a chamber of commerce and iu always is to adopt and live by the effect' of foreign imports on 64; with the 4 reversed I
to the blowholes
of ill head j
porches so that the air could! circulate, have Being Victim of the on top executive secretary, a library board that code of ethics with/ whatever our economy Now 1 I'm not saying that alter t
now become refrigerated boxes' in summer and a It has a bad reputation for swccl-talking young and it* librarian i a school; (hoard changes are pertinent to a local This is a problem of great concern twelve years at school this senior
Home ladies (In the moonlight and then going back did not learn how to make a number
heated containers in winter Improvement SharkA and in superintendent; a hospital condition to all members of Congress, II
We have become so told! on the exotic, the to the river, never to show up again. A baby board and! its medical director, A nonprofit board., responsible! The Honda delegation met recent. 'four" He just {probably sot.
glamorous: and the useless that we tear down recent expose of victims of high-press iborn out, of wedlock along the Amazon is Unnecessary! because there is a to its membership or to the public ly with the Honorable Christian confused in the moonlight or maybe )' I
native ure home modernization schemes! in South called: "Child of the Porpoise." All our I local standard "code of ethics" applicable for the club or institution n serves, Herter the U S. representative on one of the first-graders slip\J| I
our pines, palmettoes and
substitute for them mangrovesand Florida should serve as a double warning: (porpoises "exotics"' from the hold
((1)I) Deal only with trustworthy! I local contractor iThey never wear huts which adhered! to. could preventany executive makes changes commitments European Common Market to It seems as if the city has I
South Seu at tremendous e'lpenlnHtead' of such crisis. At FSU it is obvious without the board knowIng point out some of the problemsthat this trouble before so I would

I appreciating the beauty of whit we have. ((2)) Never off without having DURING that the board member should about it. Similarly an executive will be created in our own suggest that in order to save the .!
pay a mortgage the full moons of May through
There are Florid ill nil aplenty still around have asked for information from loses confidence when a board state if more European goods taxpayers money, (it costs qUite
who remember that, if you owned a dog it was it cancelled.. and placed on record at thecourthou. August, the big loggerhead turtles are common the president before making a pub makes decisions without his knowledge imported and if U. S goods are are a bit to have one of these tint !

.. along this roost Actually, the full moon bit lic attack,, Similarly, an early manager / or approval One of the most kept t out of European markets, painted) just leave the tank as it
it just added romanticizing, since they come of Dade County Metropolitan common problems is that of an I appreciated your bringing this is, so that next year all the senior
out on the beaches to lay their eggs on the government lost all confidence because individual board member who issues editorial to my attention and want will have to do is to change the I

Credo of American of Life darkest nights during that four-month patio he did not keep his board staff orders, regardless of the to assure you of my continued in 4 to a 5, reversed of course !
I Way informed as to what he was doing powers of the rest of the board or terest. in this matter, Observer

I HAVE not made a trip this tumnier and did not get prior approval ot its responsible administrator, Sincerely yours -!- I

Outlined by Freedoms Foundation without seeing at least! twenty loggerheads, some of his. decisionsA i This code of ethics, applicable Paul G Rogers, MC. QUOTABLE UOTF'.SThe
"code of ethics includes such to such groups as Red Cross United PS: Just finished
mostly lolling on t top of the sea In the wild reading arti family has become too
understandings as these: The ex Funds, city councils, park boards cle. Little bias
stretch between the inlet and Hobo Sound. ecuUvc (minister director, librarian as well as those named earlier is think Lobby' and scared of its children; the children
Evening Tribune (San Diego, Calif) man is it is a wonderful idea I
/ a dignified human being, created i In hope too insecure in their remotentrt
etc) will not make changes readily available through a national it
become
Freedom it has been said limes past remembering. the image of his Maker, and by that fact possessor sTHIS IS a creature of the sea that has in policy without prior approval otlJll lzation. I'll be glad to provide Utter can show that a reality The above from their parents, and the church

Is I priceless thing. of certain inalienable rights." learned the lesson of the wild land creatures: of his board; no individual board it to any group interested It's not men will listen to our what Congress too much of a social: welfare ors

A man may buy his way out of jail Another These! goals\ suggest t that freedom-while (there is comparative safety on land only at member will give orders: to the a panacea but adapted and adopted zen has to say, that is. if the city gani/afion for the good of the
sell freedom from in the executive unless the can be Of real help. and. of enough family or the church or society
may worry it may not be bought and sold like any commodity night. approved by an them will write and keep the
form of a bottle of tranquili/er. But these -nevertheless is due something from board chairman; the executive, is insurance against perplexing problems pressure' on them I am sure that -A. Whitney Griswold

are trifling plays on the word freedom In the us We owe to our forefathers and their bequest AND I THINK, what a creature is man responsible directly and only to his a real good working "Little Mans learns!
grand) sense that Americans mean when they of liberty three things: that he has forced! so many other living things board chairman' except where the Charles Val Clear Lobby could become a dynamic its Uarnmg lessons seems history almost is easy impossibly ; M
chairman has been dele Jensen Beach
think of this homeland as .. Knowledge of the rights to worship God In to hide in holes in the ground, under logs, authority force in seeing that our governs difficult-Nicholas Bentley

"The land of the free ," urea own way to free speech and press in hollow trees and in deep coverts while the --- ------ --- -- ---- -

Freedom is a paradox, too. t to assemble peaceably and petition f for sun shine.

It is as unquenchable as a man's loftiest grievances to privacy in our homes Fish Birds Animals Are Gradually AffectedBy Some Public Health Service and Food and
spiritual strivings to the legal protection of habeas corpus IT IS OUR fierceness, our capacity for Drug Administration official feel that mill*

Yet it (is as easily extinguished by the chill to trial by jury and the withholding of thestigma cruelty our skill in killing that make the of Mississippi and Louisiana residents lreJtly

of neglect an an ember in an, autumn downpour of guilt until proven guilty. tiger prowl by night Except for the sea turtle. Farm Poisons; Will People Be the Next? are affected by exposure" to unsafe water anJ.!

I( We should know the history of these rights. 'which learned: Its. Ic&son hv Acing- hunted! on infected fish. The FDA that absolutely
How, then, are we to enjoy and! servo And we/ should give to them and others a the beaches over the ccnlurtci by the aborigines no endnn be say water
can tolerated i drinking
this intangible, priceless" fragile heritage of second payment: and then the pioneers, the sea is still! a "In ten years, human being! will be dpin0|| to include buftak"iJt. crayfish, crabs ducks, However the PHS discloses in that minute
freedom Respect for the right to travel about freely' place of comparative safety and luck of fear of pesticide poisoning, ," warn noted biologist cormorants: cones robins and alien quantities have "a nwt rfof
and
The Credo t>f the American Way of Life, at home and abroad to own pr "II.pnrerty of mun by day or by night Dr. Classes Cot lam. a former head of the 'It u spp+u'ent"we the article, "ih.tt concern.: appeared are

as formulated by the Freedoms Foundation to elect our officials by personal U.S. rish and Wildlife Service. the poisons are building up. I affecting bigger "Though nobody has suffered acutely fw!

Valley Forge Pennsylvania suggests the way: secret: ballot to work in callings and A GREAT MANY of the Urge creatures The charge. appearing 11an article by and stronger animals, with man a definite its presence so far the cumulative effects ul

To create and build an understanding of localities: of our choice lo bargain with which: you encounter out there like the mania Harold Mehlmg titled "The Landhere possibility for future infection" ,toxic" pesticide-s have nut been defined *

the spirit,. and philosophy of the Constitution our employers or employes to go into fa>s and] the larger sharks, act as if they had Fish C.o Crazy" in the cumnt iuue of The poivm.! ." say author Mehlmg. the conclusion

and the Bill of Rights and of our "bundle1 business, compete and make a profit never seen a man anJ couldn't care less: SAGA magazine, ia made in reference lo the apparently endrin a lethal insecticide' that M s

of indivisible political and economic freedoms to hurguin in a free market to contract enormous fithkill that ha taken place during" being wuhca out of the fields and into
inherent in them. about our affairs I MNNY OF the smaller ipocies.: when Intl'Cmendous the .but five yean in the MiMus.ipp< and Atcha- basin" the SFJ.F RELIANCE IS BEING

"To inspire love of freedom and to support To all of these and more we owe understanding schools appear a* indifferent to falaya river basin in Louisiana. During the According to RKPLUH BY DFPE.NDEISCVOurle :
government "
i the spiritual unity born of the bcluf that respect and a third acknowledgement \ ravage upon them a* did the pavsenger last half+-eaJc, approximately toOOOtxlOlclld with endnn. just one of laboratory tests '
I : pigeons.Nhem the vast schools of blue and ) fish have dotted thane southern waters. 400 million put the chemical tottery Edison! year of public service III'
-
r"q)' Support of the rights of service by govern mackerel migrate along the coast, they seem greatly depleting the marine population and dotage lethal h> Cult port An ofaler creates a eluded such: high position at Governor *

The Stuart News "will furnish photo prints ment as a protector and referee of freedom immune U> tact There will be trolling boat depriving score of independent fishermen of sUlotM indicate that t2.0110.ooo equally> frightening New Jersey and Secretary: of the NvyRecently ,
8 10 of from arbitrary government regulation and control among them commercial men dropping (their their livelihood" ) Mehlmg "has nude an extenus pound of he was asked this qutW.C;
fir Jof(( offal up to by inches, any picture cndnn and other related insecticide "\\hat has .ra'aver.
nets, pelican diving from above" and shark personal study of flit people and conditions were !Uid happened to AmerIca' His
,taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 over the land that drains mto these r
t' ,;tor the first print and $1,00 for any additional When we\ can lay knowledge: of respect and king mackerel slashing" into them, but m the area. l last yea alone. bin The empty philosophy of SocUli1repUcmg
'prints ordered from the same negative at tAt for and support of these basic nghli upon they retain their bravery of incalculable numbers. In t 190 I according to the article, the first Another dumaymg of the rich and free traditions of Amf'c
aspect the ,
iiune time; larger sizes by special quotation. the foundation of fundamental belief in Cod The Individual ha Unle few when protected indications that certain poisons were menacing writer Mehlmg. is that pesbcide situation, The strength of the Amem=*

Stuart Newt employees will not take photo- and a constitutional government designed to by so many companion that the mathematical marine and other animal U< in the area showed / for' ten year prior lo the first were used people hal been sapped , we luvt *"*

)'graph' except' for the news rat tdvertiilaf serve the people, we have" begun to discharge{ probability of survival i Ia ia hi favor up in the form of thousand of dead catfish tills m I960, probably! building! noticeable fair come a country where eel!-rdiarsce, pnde-

:column: ot. The Stuart Hew. our indebtedness to the Founding Fathers and being vtohcd ashore. by the tide. dealing level during that period to a death-. hard work and thrift art being replaced W
ami
our responsibility to succeeding: generation IN THAT RESPECT I cant help.; but 1 I. the following yean the number alvancty proawMy will require a Ate which idea dependency: on government plea""*

........ 1 T who will inherit think of the Chitwte.: of animal terminally affected! lucre**** KMctuai the puray level of the 1950 period. before right before! to duty.tuwtnaent'Iradsxar"t higher: pay for less work and &







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TAX TOTALS iif ,,"""'" HIT STl ART (Florida) NEW
Cigarette taxes for June HIM '\\ ., : What the Soil I ThiifMlaj. Augurt 1 J. 1964 5Cp
distributed, brought the City of f I \\ 1---

Stuart $9,37917.; and Town 01 with ;; t" ta ConservationService ihli.. rccruition areas in water-
Ocean Breeze, $193.49. t'1 ihed-protction projects.:

t Helps local: sponsors develop and
An Amcrcmn Bankers Asso. Does
coinI) u t resource conservation
ation survey reveals thai 4011,' I 1 and' development projects:
commercial: banks plan to spend l>\dops and carries out a na- tnves iiwhnual help in rural
an estimated S204.000.UOO tor jj 11'd: \ i ""I i| .md water conwtrvationrr areas development cropland conversion
vrrtimng in 1964. r,". mi through !soil and water and related activities involving -

----- --- -Jr: i ?tion dwtrictsi wise use of land and water
tan'is out the r H>onibilitMi resources
For 01 rhi l'' S. Department of Agrl.ulu .- -----
BeautyThat l tWfj u t USDA) in watershedprolection Thirty-eight per cent of Sweden -
I' and fltod adults unmarried. This
i -prevention {project arc
.
.
.i ml river-haain investigations compares with 3"::! per cent: in the
PUns and appti a measures and United Mates
practices that reduce: flood dum-

age in cloven: major watershed
1 Administer the federal part ol
'- the nuiionul co-operative toil iur-
s. i yen
'l 4 .. ,
Administers the Great Plains
Aw : I const i program.

J '. ..,. .... .. "' -, : ..,.. r : re lIelllU [)A'a national Inventory I
,-1. .. .... .h..,.....' 0'i.. i...
.v:ad
1 of
ti soil| and
,- ,. water conservation hl
I :' a n ,wi..w .rw.i .........:1.............,....,>>.- needs (
I CUDDLY l PUPS: four of 'em, and all males, are mighty eager "': w .w

for someone to take a fancy to them. They'll go as a quartet or 111E LL.\GtL: : S1ILL1LK: on Old DIMO Highway, completed: about two years ago at a cost 1 of Helps develop USDAs annual

g I singly to some good home or home nearly $::!OOIX), is paid for Agricultural:. gives technical Conservation.assistance Program to


i Pets I' farmers in the and con! ranchers-!nharing participating provision

Is You... ;! Animal Rescue League- Has Aided 2,000 'Stray' of technically that: program adequate, and designs provide and Want In my know you the care beat? way to

I npocificetons for the Jobs under- '
II I !catcher"i for the sheriff depart 1 which he administers before sending secretary Mrs. James E. Brock year in January In the Jensen. taken 7 zr '
I ment. I them to the league shelter treasurer; Miss Beverly Smith corresponding each-Rio: area, and at bewails' dives 1 technical assistance to it #l -.iWKfttefjetl1.Q.
''I Money Gifts Today, m its modern building I His fee is paid with county fund ( secretary: ; Miss. Myrtle Point It receives, money from the land owners and! operators' participating .
Pelican i I on Old Dixie' Highway across from A person adopting an animal is Dyer, registrar; and Mrs. E. J. United, Fund! Campaign in the conjervation-
I AppreciatedBy the Martin County Fairgrounds, it required to pa\ for the necessary Smith and! Mrs Ralph Johnson, Money raised! In this milliner, credit prural1of the Farmers _
houses and feeds quite a variety of anti-rahica inoculation, and if it directors plus I donations I mule by persons 1 lions Administration.i 1 SLm. "
Beauty Salon SIOOI.U'In I dogs and cats: most of which are is a female tor spaying. Approximately $22MK( ) is invest! who; adopt animal. or have animals, I departmental I leadership. in LOCCAN* *TUAR.BA.'
til\Kl.LY I available for adoption. The Martin (ounly Annual Rescue ed In the league's shelter and cared: for by the league. support establishing! recreation I
Evenings by Appointment its eight years of activity the I Visitors are welcome at the : I league. Inc \\organised equipment, money for the con. Its activities! : area on prate land! and'
Martin County Animal Rescue I shelter between the hours ofI\II In 191) by a small group of women struclion of which came from donations The visitor to the shelter may. I -- --
I Mjrrtke Clark Claire Scranton League I Inc, has been responsible I land I II aim and J and 4:10 p.m. all of whom are Mill activein The I building is ptiid for, be IIl'lurhedIv\ the almoM! Incessant
I I for nearly 2.00UIray( ) or unwanted ', When a person selects a pet to be its operation I hey comprise its and is now in the second year of barking he will encounter, I
21S OSCEOLA AT to'' officers and board! of directors, use according t to Ivan ,
74484I : dogs and cats, according adopted he lakes lull request to ll ller Taylor
Ivan Taylor l who serves as "dog I I Miss Myrtle Dyer at Dyer Store and are Mrs I Furl J. Ricou, presi The league conducts: a fundraising not a mean animal in
I on West Ocean Boulevard, Stuart dent; Mrs Alfred Morneweck campaign by mail l each the hunch." ..
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for approval.The .
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Our Business is I league makes no charge: for rules for volunteers working fora

: pets that are adopted, nor for Nutshell Reviews of party or candidate. a
Good Credit Reporting t : the care: of stray. animals which Killer: ," by Richard Parker .."r... 4
find their way into its refuge Not a mystery, but a story of an "
We have no distracting side InterestsMERCHANTS i However donations amounting to escape from a Tasmania) reformatory
: i a sizeable amount come from pa. A Dozen New Books The exotic geography adds
: trons of the league. lo the Interest 1 of this account ofa
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
When ill or injured animals are trek through the brush In an attempt

CREDIT BUREAU"MARTIN Jf1 reported, to the examined shcnfr by department Dr Here are bract Mimmuncs on a short stories appeared In periodicals ) : to reach: the Australian mainland Air Conditioned ChapelR.
they are dozen book added to 'h. the of "
new to
i who determines : prior publication "By 'The Strangers\ On My Roof, e
R. M Kuhn veterinarian need shelves of Martin County Public Love Possessed.: Only one nlory, by E Arnot Robertson.. A novel 1
if treatment
\ COUNTY'S LEADING I CRFDIT BUREAU"PROFESSIONAL they Library: "F:>es to See" I.I here published about a young nglish woman and CECIL JOHNS RONALD n. JOHNS,
EXCHANGE BUILDING STUARTONLY "'. hll French Bride," by Evelyn for the first time. The stories are a Chinese. girl who wishes la become Licensed! Funeral Director
Anthony A III.paced romantic generally recollection* of childhood : : an airline hoslesa. The( story :
novel uf the C court; of Louis XV. I Is set In Hong Kong and the- 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART
A young Scottish scoundrel marries "Ihe Strange Bluo I Yawl" by stringers of the title are some of e
a heiress from the provinces. for Lucille letcher: : A murder in a the refugee who are swarming,
TrooperBil1 her fortune. tie. ignores his wife blue yawl oil ho Maryland coast" I Into (Hong Kong from Red Chm.i I' Telephone AT 7313134hour

and continues his alfjir with a "Farewell to Tena," by L, t.1 and squat wherever they can lard. a Ambulant Service Oxygca Equipment
lady of the court. However, his spaceIncluding roofs
Foreman. A and gambler
says in him gunman - - -- --,.
wile i* love with and plotsto tangles with a Mexican bandit to -
well, read it and find out
Texas rancher and hm kidnapped
save a
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YEARS "The 480/ by Lugene; Burdick. daughter
In this election year tho coauthor
of "1 he Ugly American' turns hisattention 'Mower Herding 0 n Mount
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Monadnock, by (Talway Klnnell.
AGO to a presidential cam
paign. I Ihm book, like 'Conven I These (poems written In the con
tilt," is intended to throw light temporary idiom without self-con:
I
scious striving for el feel, convey
on the use of the computer: In poll-
t lien. The 4MO of the till. are the AUUilLwly.U I TUUMIX ."LCerln" and' '
480 categories: into which pollsters lonelincs and an awareness uf the \,
f and psychologists have divided truths of existence."Plunging .

I American voters I Into Politics: ," by
"1 ho Case of the Heavenly Marshall Lomb and William Jw- ,
.a Twin," by Christopher Bush l.u- fire A timely "how to" book for

.. i I dovic: Travers tracks down a Jewel an election year, giving the ground E
thief In Southampton and Loiklon
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arrestable 'Maine Is In My Heart," by r
many diseases, today, I William M. Clark. A story of the I 4

I could not be successfully treated The author upriver of lands Tales of of Maine Cedar by River t h e I CorporationsGiven The perfect time to get the best deal on America's No. 1 cars

I science of pharmacy daily yields some i Full of zany characters: and scoundrcliMis ChartersChartering

fresh solution to a hitherto insoluble "Witness doings.lor Aid," by rank I of four Martin J Sat1f

druggist !IIlrll Smart driven wear seat bolts M Coffin Written by deputy administrator County corporation was an-
Depend on .
problem. your for the for International
Agency
even K they drive only two AID. nounced last Heck In TalluhaMe w4a'rala, r.41v.a o, ...teaCherrolet
blocks from home. You can Development ( ) ; by font Adams, Florida secretary
this "hook is a guide for the responsiblo i I I of stale.
serious accident to
CORP. front Into a citizen to the critical and They are Park Drugs, Inc and
STUART DRUG of your home as well as 'I I ?
decisive' part that All has playedIn Stuart Chrysler: 'Plymouth, Inc.,
miles from borne. Seatbelts
away American foreign policy
of Stuart Riptide Players ol Martin -
YOUR REXALL STORE AT 7-1822 save lives. 3.9 "(hiUren and Others,'' by JamesCoten I County lurkla, Inc., Jensen. I myuIa Spurt Cva pairYrarrde

*. Most of these sixteen Beach and Florida OceanographicSociety
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Inc.Incrporlllt".01.
Park l Drugs are
--I (harlts and Georgia Justice of

Fort. Pierce, and William and Jean ,
Murfin. hula, Vnind awe
Johnnie C. Shaw, Jenten Beach wi. ll?

II designated as president' of Rip. ,
lift to farm machineryWhy tide Player Other subscribers are
Big Edward Uodlewski and Mary Susdorf.
'. Stuart
r leefta bldl'bu Cutiyttao
G Sport
Charter fur the new aulcunobil,'
sale company: of whom' co-own-; ,
trust truck to luck As winter nears
a ,, era are Allyn-Wdpel and Henry

especially every machine on your W. Holland Jr., carries the name
"' of Lvan: Crary, Jr. William P.
farm needs Standard's Protective Crary and Belly Jo Dane, all

Lubri o iog. Standard's all-purposo bMP of Stuart ,
Named as president of Florida
Grease protects moving parts DID 4k Oceanographic Society. Inc, I* I .
Stephen Schmidt H U. formedtoestablish
from excess wear. Assures long, a laboratory of marine i

easy-running performance. 'I' IJi biology.; Subscriber, are Clifton CAarg A N 9 par/ Cvr M
!. Ferry David B. Iron and
Ask the Standard Man to suggest rail l James Herbert Bruncr

the care and lubricants to keen a '/ Suffocation nJ choking are the :

equipment youngtSTANDARD most frequently reported cause* I
your of accidental death of children 1
under one year of .rl ..

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L.avscmN ii. sea Traditionally Chetrofct! hat t been
T. vii$1firNJetpe ,
01 equipment .......!..,. bt a4k. And tight
better AawiVa/i ? now
We take core your ".. f SEETHE MAN WITH THE Nol BUYS
W. NLNt/fT.ra.' inure' than ev rr, (WCIUM &.he 84! modelyear i
"' D.t.air AaalrwrwN atf1' b klmnat over and your Chevrolet

Daniel W.' McClure Agent Stuart Tel' f .YyNabL"' ...lw. dmlrr It'. Amcrka'a tout \n beat make buy room Hut for don't the "'CC,,,It.,

t TI rNKRAlIr No.1YOUR
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THE STUART m..) NEWS Want Deer (for
TNlnr'y, Aaguet 13, 1964 I RECENT BUILDING PERMITS
v Stocking? State I WARRANTY DEEDS FILED

Building PermitsGet j Will Aid You .. July 3..1\. .... 7))

Florida lu.mtmbe with to Owner Ixwatkn Contractor UcK lpll purchase
r ; The ."BI Beiuie F. Sayle et al to George
deer for Mocking on private'
$$156,284 i 1t t G. Woodruff in Ion IU
hunting' khould t the ranops oaptwi feMiV.si ; .. and! 135 Jupiter Island. SIH.OOO.! (
Game and Fresh Water fith fern- r ilea Trp \er 5. Golden Gate. S J,(,()O.
Start for August mission. The communion wfalL>n- A, iiw I.** Hafctoy Tnitar Park Nose Pptap aw**. $ ?.M ennaulikiiMBi' : cIa it"tnuWr *
D. Simon
ally has information as to sotwcet !\' \: George Browning to
oaw.
of deer for interested groupa, according Martin. County teet (Rane mltar| .e hands. MffJ C. Enteriine. Lot 17 Block 1,
A $20000 utility room and recreation to Dr. O B. Frye) Jr., a*. ii a nerelari Imiti'I Brownings Sur Uymon, $900(
hall for a mobile homes sJHtant director of the commissionAt Mr,( *. WfeMiy Ammo Ryeeell FtiateIlanl $ I. BTom. KiaaMa Cabana 3e i>n 'waste. p. art Richard McGrath et al' la Char
park in Port Salerno MX $9.000 times deer from out of f Matebecome Oliver WH pj IJub. Qplony fair Builders' Residence. 16,000 '1'rn.lh w Vut airl- les A. Nugent Jr. Lot 286, Bon
'ptultjpJc- pit dwellings for Minute available for purchase b> Fl Miller Stanley Ranch Curt Etiend carport 1,750 o tae oninpirctl.. '. t'e Air Beach Jupiter Island, 6000.
Maid groves employ at either the commission or interested : H SnavolyWllhwr Port Sewali Karl Herrlin Remodel 10,000 !lied" IUB t n a I 11wMfa appear to Aura Fike Jones to Middlesex!
tndian-j sportsmen When aportman'sgroupe hate toss pl aced' than the tut Corporation, Lot 4, Block 6, St.
:lawn, and a $11,000 DeShields State Road 76 None Rpidcnce 5,800( war.The Ne takes oreipAiilKuiiy :
are Interested In stocking for lIi. .I"na' Lucre Estate. Sec. I I. $100.
supply building\ also! at Indianlown out of state doer, the comm 8'1lon Hubert Clements' InJiaptown Ralph\ A 4J! Addition! 1,800 .d ye usetos Joyce Louise; Harrell Beer to

boosted Martin County building will make the necessary arrangements Gunner Reining Jupiter River Estates t' Girard Horn* Builders Residence 8,000 C. W Cuthbert to HarolJ C. George M. Summski, Lot II,
permits to 1156.2841ast week for purchase provided the S. Hover Coral Gardens Coral Gardens. Construction Co Residence 6.000 Norwood Lot 9, block 4A, Palm Block I II I, Sec. 3. St Lucie Estates,
Five new residences! were also! sportsman groups pay the expense too A. Venditt Skyline Heights! First Addition Frank Forsberg Residence 13,000 Lake Park Subdivision $100.I $8.900.(
of and
inch ded in the nineteen permits( ( purchase transportation ) Minute Maid Indianlown\ Martinique Construction Co. Silt multiunit dwellings ea 9,000 E. Gordon Brewer to Florine Elbert C. Blackman and Rubye

issued\ by the county building in.apector Frye said, "before stocking deer Donald Gardner Port SulcrnoIndiantown NonaNona Enclose patio 500 B. Cave Property in governmentlot L. Blackman to Elbert C. Black
for a total of $156.070 in any area, a careful( check; should WAW Lumber Company Uimber-supply building U.OOOUtil. I, section I U. township 37 $", man Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, Block 21,
Oneclt permit was for $214Chason's 41 E. $100. Port Salerno. $100.
.. be made to determine the exirtin( Adams Enterprises Port Salerno C, K Adams rm. Rec. hall :20,000:! ange
Petra Henrietta Freeman F.l-
Jack M. to KennethA. to
Hartman
deer population the condition olU
-- >c e.; deer and (the carrying! capacity\ \VilIiajn Applegata fort Salerno\ Joe Mosley; Pacing ijietl 1,720 Chase. Lot W-IJ, Hideaway ben C. Blackman. Lot 3, Block 2 j,

Of t the range"Mental 1 Isles $1000.. : Port Salerno $2,000.
Complete
.. .. .. Stuart-Martin. Inc. to Coral l
-"- -- A Bureau of Advertising
AutpmoIve(.. Health Garden lots 19 and Construction 21, block' Company.I, River !I shows that eight out of ten women study

Repair Reveals Total Home Section Point $2,7)0.() look before lit t food making ads in a their chopping news-
1- Building Robert Evans to Frederic E I papers

Patient CensusThe Rurocd:. I.N I ( 3. block, 4, Boggan'i. trip---- --
Subdivision. $100.\ (
FORESTeatery
Florida Association I EVERY TIME A
I Garage! fog Arthur J. Connelly et al( to
.
: Ul. J 4IU .. __ A l ...
Mental Health ha* released t the I >>
Daniel Walters Lots I 15 and! 16,1, fiRE STRIKE
Dial AT 7.2311 current census of resident patients block 8, Norttnvood Subdivision. ,
SERVICE FOA SAFETY in Florida Slate Hospital. The association ". A Home For Florida $500.
4S1! ,' SwU> '....r.. HUkww. report total hospital! rev Family Living Style Elenora: Mae Tyndull Charlsie YOU
idents of 9,986 with 5.929 hemg Tvndall Wilkins et al An undivided -
in Florida State Hospital at Chat one-third interest to proper. 4GEJ' BURNED

tabaochce; 1,846\ inn. Piercd ReAR ace ran :y In section 22 township 37 S..
Tops In Design Wood Memorial Hospital at Arcadia <
The first group of figures range 41 E. $100
; 1,413 In South Florida State in the house number represents Charles T Tyndall to Charlsie METALWe
Hospital at Hollywood and 7tfH the square feet of liva- Tynjali Wilkins et al. An undmd- Are Workers In Metal
:KINGSIGNS in Northeast Florida State Hospital able area in the house. (The :d one-third interest to propertyin I IF WE PONT HAVE UWB
at Macclcnny other is office lot 1, section 22 township 37
group an number
There is a total of eighteen Mar CAN MAKE: |n
.) According to Jan Reinbcr ?", range 41 E. $100.
tin County resident currently receiving Jessie OSpradlcy. .
Pastcll Powell to
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treatment, four at Florida tractor for an estimate of lots 132 and 133, Block
Slate, two at O. Pierce Wood, building costs. James Land Corporation to Arthur ![!_
und twelve at South Florida John Fleming, Lot 64. Sun

shine Parkway Manor $900
SPECIALISTS There have been 330 suicides By IAN REINER St. Lucie Builders Inc. to Bene- '
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from the Eiffel Tower In Paris Hume Mo. 1232-1OJ dicto Maldonado. Lot 24 Sunset STUART PLUMBING
Pod! Pierce' HOward .4-1399 since it was built seventy-five yean Gardens Shot)()) & METAL WORKS
ago The !search for the good life James Land Corporation to W ... S4I Assails veins) StuartHeathcote
,' along the Florida waterfront can J, Talbert Lot I I. Sunshine Parkway I
be reduced to four major points...: Manor, SI.MO,
: LANDSCAPE ((1)I) Simple design so that building John Hall I t to Robert Hall Sr
costs will be kept to a minimum. Lot 13, block 8, D.W.C.tuff'\ .

,l i AND NURSERY ,(}il l Ease: of upkeep to reduce Second little Dixie Addition to Nurseries;
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\\ Specialists inLANDSCAPING P) Largest living for the '1." t6 the living:room and can heater (feeding both bathrooms)is Mack Costello \\o Ernest C Me- Architect Designed Landscaping.
building dollar-both space horizontally bf separated( from it by a folding' in A mall closet! (dotted circle) opposite ro.o ftfl[ Gmness. Property in section 23, Oriental Design A Specialty.
([rooms and closets) and vertically door The ceiling Over the large L* another linen closet (tL). township 37 S.. range 41 E. $IJ000 ,- Complete Line of Ornamental\
([high ceilings). shaped hying-dining room followsthe Both bathrooms have 36-inch-widc K ( Plant MaterUU The Indian
line of the roof, and at the vanities with washbasins and storage sawn oar r Jessie Q Spwlley to Arnold M. River Arts' Oldest Landscape
((4)) Pleasing, up-to-date appearance porch side reaches\ feet in space; the private bath has r Bauer Property in tract I, !St. YearTon
Our 38th
for enjoyment and possible height There a 16-foot trough! of shower stall only, while the chil na'i Lucie InKt Ftirms $IQII.( () Nursery
DESIGN CONSTRUCTION resile nt1 US. 1 .( LJndsley
indirect/ light mounted above the I dren's bathroom (accessible from Ray Dockum, Inc to Grace K, Right off
; T his I three-bedroom, two-bath doors, dramatizes the ceiling the bedroom hall) has a 5-fOOl tub Hawk. tots I and 2, block T Lumber In Fort Pierce, Phoae
Maintenance Supervisionalso masonry house was planned to night at night. with shower head over it. this war, and lots 5 and 6, block S. Hohe HOward 15332.FUKWTURE .
meet these' specifications for I 'bathroom has mechanical ventila u 1NNr Heights. 8000.
(family with children. The 8 by H-foot kitchen (is ----- -----
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between the two eating areas-
Since it for
was designed t waterfront -
with a serving window toward the Home No. 1232-103 is of ilab-
lot. the
A !Wide Selection of Plants! (indoor\ and outdoor major) living I Is located area dining room ('see arrow on plan) I pn-g r a d e masonry construction
from the street. And, since und up-and-down window con- with wood-framed interior partition ar0ae0r
Loop Road Palm City Dial 287-1918 away choice waterfront homesitrs are netting.the.work counter: of the finished in plaster The shed a.
expensive, the width of the house lichen t with that of the porch. roof is topped with white marble ,
-, -- .- including([ carport) is only 41 feet; The kitchen has two 7Vi-foot long chips (for greatest heat insulation' ) planter ceilings and thermostatically
in other words, this home No counters with the sink (S) facing and additional i heat insulation I is controlled.
(he porch and the,range (R) and specified /between the heavy wooden -
/ / UU-103 fits a 60-foot I lot. Plans were drawn by Jan. Rein( RENTALS
refrigerator (RF) along the dining rafters\ (floors are terrazzo or
t 1 he house i it a simple rectangle, er, architect, editor of Flqrida
28 by 44 feet in size, with the vestibule room wIlL A 30-ipch-wide( Jalousie resilient tile. Heating is electric, Home 'magazine. (Magazine available
centered the door connects the kitchen with the with radiant coils built into I II. thfI.
along right. at Val' took Shop or py ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial
hand side and carport. The homemaker will also .
pear the carport.: Incidentally mailing $1 to 1000-Fifty-second
this carport can he located welcome the close proximity of the Street North, St. Petersburg 10

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Rewound AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stomp
I. R. JUNIOR COLLEGE
Motors
at the far end of the house laundry appliance (W) In the 5 by Fla.)
Home Wiring & Outlets (a* here hown), ox lined up with i 8-foot utility room nearby. BUILDING: PLANSAPPROVED -
the front of (the house (near the Most families will like the size! ,
; .. Water Pump Repairs bedroom), or placed midway along of the closets: the two end bedrooms I I Final approval for all Indian
ALL DAY WEDNF5DAV the side of the house Just opposite \ boast 8 feet of closet each, River Junior College building
I : I OPEN ,the; vestibule. while! the third has a 6-fixX closet plans has been received. This includes
The living room (size shown on (Ci.) There are also: a 5-foot all- completion of the library, defrosti'
rlllf) Is nearly square and Joins purpose closet In the bedroom hall student center and fine arts
he 8 by 24-foot screened porch and a 3-foot coat closet in the living buildings at an estimated cost '"
\ : EDHIGBEE ". \iy meant of two 6-foot-wide slid room. The latter, together with of $485,000 i :: no ever
ing tints doors. A raised' corner the closet in the third bedroom, Advertising for bids will be .
Fireplace (f-P) Is tucked in acts as sound insulation for the
away Sept. 1 and it is expected that ,,-"":';
!the! upper (left corner-and Is an living room. All closet have bi- construction! will be under II ., I _, ,
way
optional item. There is a 3-foot. fold doors for greater accessibility by mid-September. \
wide window on the side wall- For greatest economy of plumbing --- : -
I ELECTRIC lust opposite the dining room window installation the two bath- Newspaper food advertisements
to provide adequate cross roams are placed ackto.back"IIOL attract 80 per cent of women shop.

ventilation. The.dining room forms a high-recovery! electric water pers.MANGOS. ._ _
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The 'Jeep' Universal takes you to where the fun It,
no matter where that may be. It takes you hunting
where only the raccoons run.Skin diving where your REFRIGERATORFREEZERYou'll
track are the only one on the ,be, ch, Fishing at
lakes other have to hike to. And akllnf, panicking, ,
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road more fun :your
and just plain roaming the back are
than ever before.When you own a 'Jeep' Universal, with thin popular double-door 2-in-l .ppl .
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there' n* and to the U"I you 'find for it. s A modem refrigerator to taMeep frcwh food for
Her'* the 4.wheel drive family car that'* built tory.ars everyday u e. Plus a true wro-cold- food freezer
of cervlc Woven virtually Indestructible allover 1---- with adequate storage apace for today' demand
the world.Available a take variety*f hard top*. t I. II (and ice cube galore.)
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ask Fr ., See
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I ation. This includes the reason pwc===:: ''I't' Ayl stated Now most potential draftees PRIVATE! : PI'lKS10 fleet While with the Sixth Filet, .'

Azaleas Best Moved for moving the flowering shrub must wait until they are twenty- IN MIDI I IRKNtAN the team will conduct various tea*

and where you will move it. News for Veterans two t to find acrvlce.out If they qualify for Marine Private First Close Theodor assault exercise designed' to I increase

I Some folks discover! that teen military PinkMon It 'tan of Mr. and Its combat readiness.

age azaleas are cluttering up the for Dixon said the i is 'the new remit program of the Mrs. Theodore plnkiton of .Kobe.

With A Ball of Soil hiding bedroom! placci windows for Peeping and providing Toms. Issued by KellerThe finding examination of the Presidential Task Sound, recently' participated! In a In some part of the world the' :

I Force: a government committee appointed sea assault I t training operation onthe most popular cigarettes owe partof .
Other that the
swear rotting Inland of Malktrca In the Mediterranean their delicate a'dmixture
by the l IIIIf l Present John : aroma to an -
mulch around the !
plant gives ebb: Manna Battalion of cloves
By IIFRVEY SHARPE Since the temperament of plantsis their home halitosis that even mere fact that I veteran There i la also the possibility. Din F. Kennedy landing Team 2/V( with the Sixth -----_.__.

Agricultural Extension Service more predictable here are a few their best friends wonder aboutIt sell his federal OI home doe not on further) pointed out. that the Under the new system" men __u__ ___
I Transplanting azaleas in summer tips on winning a battle with it for sure that the shrubs, necessarily relieve him of his liability buyer might not prove to be a good who ailed their examination may ProfessionallIenrina
is like a tiff with the wife- nature. snuggling close to the house' promote to the Veterans Administration credit rub kt the opinion of the enter a voluntary program aimed GA STORAGE f
them understand Aid Service
to why
damp moldy growth' that M T. Dixon of the Florida Veteran Administration or the at helping
both can have a pleasant ending But before you dig up the first failed and. ( them into
If you are careful. rootlet he sure to size up the situ- rots off ends of boards faster than Department of Veterans Alfain. mortgage holder or both. they training which could trailing help correct WAREHOUSE MY A. BYRNE,
you can save to pay for replace declared today Dixon suggest that you sliscuns
their deficiencies CrrtlflH I leaf AMAudlol "
ments. Too often veteran who have this with your local veteran countymice that detailed Storage by the Ing
Roaches and other ho se-hunt. sold their OI home learn later I I officer, or write to him at Dixon suggests t
ing insects often use azalea mulch that the buyer has defaulted on the 1 l P. O Box 1437 tit Petersburg. information on the the procedure draft forregistration be DayVcek 1 Specialist in Quality Hearing
AnnouncementZE.LNER'Sr as their base! of attack and invade loan the mortgage hat been foreclosed I Beginning in July this year most t for may ::
obtained from local I offices of the Aid, Batteries, Par Mold and
when your best companycan a deficiency. ha resulted I fount men becoming eighteen will Month Year
VA be their mental I and Selective Service System Repair of All Makra
witness embarrassing rumors and that they are liable to the given physical
A neighbor/ took all the above for the payment of the claim which military examination when they usm txjRMiruRE SOS N. 7lh Street' tort PierceI
I reasons in stride and vowed to the VA had to pay to the lender. reich this draft registration age An electric wire, for household' APPLIANCES (I Block N. of lire Walton/ )

keep her azalcai.arouadJ>tf home A veteran may be released! from Melvin ,T. ,,Dixon. of the floridt braise hat a pressure-sensitive! ad AlA GOLDEN GATE HOward W03S \
until she discovered' that a small his liability to the VA if hit loan Department_, __of Veterans Affairs' on the back, .
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snake used the shrubs as a ladderto is current and if the purchaserha -
GROCERY STORE & FILLING STATIONnow climb atop a window ledge obligated himself.. by contractto 1 J----: '.. 1J

to bask In the sun. purchase this property and assume
under his liability In addition thepurchaser
The first step in moving an
must the VA that
azalea is i to use., a length of rope satisfy
MANAGEMENTOF he ii credit rude
NEW skirt-like a good
to gather up the branches
into a tight bundle around the A veteran planning to sell hit START PLANNINGHIS
main trunk limbs. This permits I GI home may take either of two
to avoid future liability ((1)I)
Herbert and Theresa Kammel digging a sizeable bull of earth steps
and main roots without snipping. He can arrange for the Oil loanto
Daughter' and Son-in-ian of the letter off outer branches that contain be paid In full. (2)) He can at-
who pledge to continue the same high standard next spring's flower buds. low the purchaser to assume" his
GI loan and obtain a release of
of service to all customer. both old and new. With a grub-hoe begin a trench his liability on the loan from the FUTURE NOW
around the base of the plant at
INDIANTOWN ROAD (Rt. 76)) II last 12 inches from the main holder Veteran of Administration the mortgage and provided the
limb the trench
Dig deep
both' The veteran may apply
PHONE 2U7-J334 agree
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enough to cut below run. to the Veteran Administration for,
I ner roots,. then with a shovel undermine
submitting
a release from liability by
-- .- the plant until it is sup a request In writing to the U r,
.. n- '- -- --- ported by only a toadstool columnof loan the VA 4 ,aYt r r t
-- -- guarantee officer at
earth. Slide the excavated plant regional office of Jurisdiction With A Savings K rY
onto a trash cart for transportation where his GI loan first i
was approved A
TITLE SECURITY COMPANYInvites to the new location. The request should Include Y / d

Replanting/ the azalea in a group the VA loan number, if known. .I
near a long line of hedge will helpto which should be shown on the reverse Account At zt' >
you to Inspect the title Insurancerate break up the monotony of the side of the certificate of
hedge and give a flash of color, eligibility the address of the proposed '' ,T
schedules now in effect./ say Agricultural Experiment Station purchaser and the name and a -
ornamental horticulturists. address of the holder of the mortgage First Federal. a ) t
If you are financing/ your acquisition If the new planting tile Is covered Upon receipt of the written ) r
if real estate ask us for a quotation of nth: sod remove uSe sod for use request the VA will tend M the

the money-saving combination rate covering on sandy spots of lawn, or better veteran all the necessary form
1 policies for both your title as owner yet place the sod in the old azalea to complete In order to apply" for His College / !
Policy and for your( mortgage lender. site. the release! of liability on a GI :'

of No abstract is required for determine Next, dig a hole larger and deeper loan.
Title Insurance tion/ of title and insurability by the modern than the ball of earth of the Dixon warned that It hi most
full-time plant operated title Insurance plant. In digging the bole, keep important that the application for Fund Will ,
The delay for the richer top soil separate from release of liability lie made prior I
underwriter agency
the poor dirt in the bottom of the to the time the GI home it told
the copying of public record Into abstract ; for obvious reason Once the tale.
are eliminated Parties and their counsel hole.Prior to placing the shrub in it accomplished and all final pa- I Grow As

I generally, within two to four working the hole add a taxable quantity of pert are signed by both parties, it
.i days know where their transaction stands well-rotted organic material' and It no longer of Importance to the
title-wine on the basis of a firm title ... a handful of azalea fertilizer. Mix buyer whether .he assists hi get-
wane bmder. this well with a scattering of top tint the. veteran released from !liability l- ii He Does. .
then the bottom of the
toil adjust) .
title I Is the only aura title
The insured hole mixture, to that the azalea will I.WlU. .,Ute.r..I1....
ConsttlM tit at the same level in fit new 1170For
location it did near the home sjnmoi or Knurr saes. isj ,
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Title Security Company Now add I few shovelful of top rr.ur. res mr ii.IH .,
soil around the plant. and wash the < assts.VATM r fMII' Ills Future 4.
1p3uyers 11110 STUABT FLORIDA loose earth down into the roan witha oiviltsh: : narrrt:

--0.- Osceota Assail TthfUn general supply of water Repeal LoAN corA. IlalelltfrvJJn Visit Ut Today.
_nIfIo9 271 the I'f'OC"IlIntli the Me Is almost ....
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of thu a vs. rlb.d tnoad. for

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Cant Guard Aualluuy, The Educated Mind Dedicated the p t"n sOt lOla forth out*In*, Ih vu* .Petition : A* PEOPLES CONCREGATI0NAL-Ju51o.

\ ) 4>ohalMa Ananymooa .... ...W.a.r .. ... to rIght for a portion of StaleKoad REV jiteYNtRD A. MILL
'I.' w.... HIO, p.m., J. B. Community CairakAmatour Mon., .,.m. \aat Quart A.. Bld(. No.w/, Martin County, 0,005.: m Early Womb
:'I 4 1. Radla, Eanortanxr Corpa Ida, and ISo IloEjr.lt. ,10-00 am: Cburah akooi
CommU.lon
Oavordlnater (iMna Boaona County, .., ".*. on. of the I 11:00 I a... Moraine Wotahlfe. Naraary
Itiairmin K A. Watk
I 'S Ord Tbur*.. i p m 3nd.4th, TI.., AU ... Cxirthouao Judcee of Ibis Ninth Judicial 7,1' i: both
State's Circuit of florid th* p.. : -iI"
I.am R.., M. C. Board ol 2ontaf AojMUnmitchairmaii Solving Many Problems .Ird day of Au out. A.D I.I.4, at
I \ ; Vr..lO.LS-M..CarlTl.. kl..* .-'r.d Rhond* I lit o'clock PH., Ih ALL..AINT' .
I' tta Taaa.. Tlt ".". kamoaOualnaaa dod Tbur... 7 to pat. Cavrthm Court tha Martin AT 7-2512 ISV a. .TZa
County 'co.I', Stuart, Flor DAL.A-PRYER sass."
I Praloaalonal' Waawaa Club Martla County Mummm Canmlaaloa ida of TilO. a.m. Holy Communion
Pm.dirn-LId. Cualrman Prank .. By FARRIS BRYANTGovernor forlablc evolution from one btdge i ing and Md Dcla.ton
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'' v m of llorlda to the next. there was time to gather done only by the mind. Muscl iiake *uch ord*r a* the Court.uii.i wh -.ho
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t ruMrty l Owaara ._ .'' airman. Joaopb Oroankja* Long before we can awimilatetlie around the pot-bellied stove to not perform the task. Natural nun. and .1 ps.rUoo Inl.te.d. .....ayapplar .1 > i*. m. ,d., Sebum Tuaaaa 'I am. Holy O..ul
t i 'ainlanlC M. Ruhnbauiktln I I 7 an resources are of sure value. 0. ** lime 11.0I a.Bk Marnln Worahlp rhuradav 10 i..
t! >. ,. Pod Wad_'., at nomoaml i m. 0 unkraa impact t or trauma of one event discuss the few changes that the A strategic n "u place dtlcnatd.I !*. p... I I..... Bible 8t4id Pr*.. (FIrst "' ,U OI1.'n' ::
I Sebaol Board next several advantage can be and ami.it ol you, are heti', ill. Candor, Youth Bervloe rd.r f u '
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'. I Cardma Cl. Aaaoalatla* Chairman nar U. Tkiraa in the cavalcade of progress i in years would bring. ed out by one invention. A u> cOlm.nd.d In UVHI liv rnniHn to : : lv snt.ils Obo, Soi-vtoe .

P,01kl.0S-Zm..d Plaila Did P.... 7,10, ,.... There was time to debate the to th. Petition heretofore Unity Ckurab 70 S Fifth, Fort Ptaraa
0._ .n.w.r
. tat ...., I .... County CourthouaaFraaholdara .. Florida-another h a i occurredand pros pile can become obsolete overnight filed ,la thla oauee 'In th* FIRST aAIS JOO S. .ATeaueKIV. Iit0, a.m. Sunday
T.. af Savall and PaatorSuudey T.l" B.m. liarelcaa Wadnaadv
Pohil demands iu own adjustment cons of different courses of above-entiilail Court on or before FORHE8T W.TXDI.
Aaaocmtlaa ".
1II..u.ll. th* 17th day of A ut. A D. 1DS4,
I '_ '.' -ColoBal O. Y.. tottaa ted W... I p m.. Toot flail la a very major tense. we Hand action. There was time to adjust Our only aura other to how what title. Intaraat.r LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
Ifaot 10 oa nil t than the love rt''r. lien "Ibt of h..,. I::1 0.o..hl, Service (Amarkan Lutharan Cburakt
you
of you
- almost t in every moment in a new to changes in life in the upon which .! ebaol
j Caroa* Club af Stuart way one Oo In *nd, to any of the abova-deacrlb-' .,4... W. Prima Vlita, Blvd, Part St. Loala
,_ _Mra. Joha W. w....* POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS world. New in the rate of change adjusted to an occasional new pair w. can rely In turbulent .d land and ihow cauae why th* .: I...Training Morninf Untoa WoreblpID H. C. SII'I. FAO'f OKOtt.

lad Mon., lilO .... Woman CnHlblteua Rapubllcaa Club *f .... Cauaty which will become the common ot shoes which were basically the times is the educated min guided .a. hould not b* taken for th. trtl p.m. K.eiilneWoreblp om. Sarday
and eel forth In "hoL
Park Clvia Aaaaalatlaa Hraaldant- .. B. Wauoa I denominator of life. and new in tame as the old pair. But in this by a dedicated t serve. Petition filed iiurpoa herein. ::: I Inca LII .. Wudoaday MId.nobi Prep. loll 0. Worship. ..
... .I.
P..hf.n..1 .
.11110I. Rapubllaaa W.... Club of Marlla C. that the to WITVITJ4H mv Me.nd and tha .
., II.. I 4. ..., Flrat National.. Praaldant-, Arnold Cioiaar key productive living day of which the intercontinental LH04L JeDVBMTlSEMKMT T of Mia -Court on- th PALM CITY BAPTIST-elk at MeCer H. .. SOUTHERN METH MrSIO

hlll..,._ Clvta Club ttk T...., I ..m., Flrat Sartunal Bank will be the ability lo comprehend, missile iI but a symbol in which day of July, At*. 19 4.POROTHY fliMsy TATUM. Pastor RbV.
raaldant-Orady Smltbth M.Co Damoaratla perhaps anticipate. and make tine tile great antagonist is Ii TIIR tiit.tIjy CIRT 01 TN" PIBRCB *,4S .HAL aENIT. .
Ejiocutlv -. ". changing 7410115 "' "Il CurS ef the dlroult Court *m. Bunder 1.01 till, II... BumS
Mon, I pm.laaaan Chairman-Edward T. Murray .07.... ot toO rapid rate of change. conditions lot which we are not Alt) POlk rIRIIT. ''n l and for County II tOO am. MornlnWorahlp |,0' pm. K..nln' .W..lal'liOLV
.1..d. : COlJTY. i.rtf lIP .... V.1 .
Roach Garaaa ClubPmldanb St. Clalr Florid Trln. *
-Mra. Calvin WllhorIrd ..tI... on sailRELIGIOUS Today there art companies prepared, leisurely adjustment is FLOIIIDS.LAW NO. 10007 BY Itt .... Worihlp CROSS cATHoLtv.-ladls.wu, ,

111'. I p.*. J. a W.*.'. Club - - which make a business, and a profit no longer compatible iwith pro- IrAtE ROAl DEPART. Deputy T6rIEMB' liSS ...Wedneeday Midweek Prey H UVnH; rEIH

laoaaa Baach Woman At.nolatlia ORGANIZATION not out of producing at less than grew or even with survival We MUSTAyenry 0. YLRWA.n lIllIAN(OPAL) TOOKKR. er Meetlm _.-$." 1:45: 5mb. PInt

PraaMonv,. Marl Millar Clrla* FrUndly Sxlaty others: but out of producing things need not just a hot-line to Motfcow, cof. COt'NTT ATToKNEr FIII WAPTIST-roet Sat. f P .. co"r..loN: b.fors 11..
t' tat-lrd Moa, SB 707 ClubhnMJunior Laadar-.. Jata Wbltloar fnd C TAYLOR P..L'
P. O. Box 101SBtuart.
I Frt. I p.., St Mary'. LbunkSt. that have never been produced lo deal with the changes in the MARTIN Sunday School sr. M \RVS '
W_.' OOt'NTT. Po tlorUla ,4 FP'SCOPALl O
a
Club .
bclore. Their only real asset i is mind of WorshIp C. I vatS
Prraldanb' ,.. Guy OromwoU Joa k Guild one man or the actions ltc Hubdl"I.IOI of tb. .nd a.m. orla;

!I j lad I., I ..., 111'_..'. Club ...Id." -- Mra. Edward Elnaalla' brains and their only sales appeal of one nation; we need a hot-Lee fr ..Iord., AMOS Ht'KHOl an.: ,...... Evenlna Worship. M and 10 am. (Juna t Sept.)
j BuIldIng "I
Cowty Aadukoa Soalotf Board] lat .0' Ipm. KahoolSt. is wan,,. to tomorrow. I .. Hol.nd '.*, Florida 'rO P.. WaOBoedar fiver mottew. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE BLESSED

Ird".. I pm, Judjt* Cloota' atfto Jaaapk Holy Nama Soclaty Around Cape Kennedy thousands Today is yesterday's tomorrow, JUDY nED *t al Of: Covinsol I for the Petilon.r.. Chair praatloe fellow ..ARAMiNT-: St.Indlaatava
Praaldanl H. Ro.rn.rin Pub, July M, 10, ".
H C Aaaaalatloa for Maatal HaaltkPraalH.at Tkura. bofor* Sad HUB, pm, 01 men are employed pcrfturning and tomorrow has dawned before ; pefendanls.KOTICI3 AlI. I. 1. tUIN RIO lilly BAPTIST JACK Ills: a.. Church Sthooltlfl

lad Tbura-,.._.. .Donald Tha' Boat Brhrooaa tusks that a few years ago did the sun has set today. Master- 0,BILE 2(151wo'ri't 'IF rot'ITY Jtflllf'l coi'HT ..:fl a... Sunday FIIIUNDI 01 ... Holy fuakarlal
BOYS SCOUTS Of AMERICA l D FOR tOl.MTVFLOIIIUt. .
M. C Cba tw, A... Caaaar STUART Out CXIbL L.'UL AOI/UTI..F.'t,. 01 EINWT DOMAIN JAl1'IN 1 IllOO..,ilO pm am., llornlna-Tralnln Union Wor.hlp CHPIST MEMORIAL-Jupltar UlaalWinter
Chairman llallory Johnioa : t\ AO. 1IHNIKSTATK ( anly No. ApriL
have PIUI'II
Troop 400-Pooot..s.t.r. Robert Park Changes already taken IN IRO."TI ti4l II. Evenlnt Woreblp ..
ANTi BY .
Martin MaaMrlal HaapHalPraalilan AMI1II'V Ship. .,400-.AdvInr 710pm: j, Amark-aa Lanlua Hall place in Moridit which have been lth.saIlnlt: 11: sow.. 1'10..1.1.10' I .0 4..I OJ" Till 'Rf. AlT.TlbOHlTY 0' ITt filli" OP 7.4... W0a_ 0 Prajer Meetlaa; CHURCH OP 000-'Indlautoa
Karl l.ip .
lat Man,-Ftrat Mra. Curt Kalloaal Otto Bank Thu,.. 1pm, Math Churah, Albany It. so rapid. and so recent, that we N..lloo I. I... ). pitoos Ih.1 11. f LINDA IL NOHIUa I TROPICAL FARMS BAPTISTHwy.T RKV. LVEIIT 101
und.'inhonrd IT MAT IHtttt.. 10:00:
"unili the provlnlun f'wUO LEWIS a.m. Sunday grhiwr
auadran 444 Advlanr, CY. p..t
Ed Klrkhart .TANCI.
M..'. Cardan Club 1.bun.,7pm. Math. Lhureh. Albany: ft. have not yet adjusted to them- of OIIIPI.-I 209' Law of Florida, ClJi prraon and I. NOTICI 0V VII 1X4 "FI'MOi Pt4t a. Ihool. 11000... Mornlnt, Worentp

Praald. _Hay N. Frl.-l, Cub Pack 410.-Cubmaitar, P. I). B.... and our present rale of adjustment Aj-la or 1S4I, will r.xlaler Kltli Hi. I.c.h.'n.' or ..batingany rllh. ". l 11..111 IllOO. ... Mornlnr Worship, 7 10 p :.. kvanini
lit T..., tilt p m4 M. C. A>.. Bldf. 4th Mon, TtltO. '.11I. Catholla School will be changed) again bel ore we Clerk or th. lln, 'tilt Court In andor 1th.,. Int..t ..,.t. or ti4. < P.m. Trnla. Vnlon Till p.:.. Wad. .0"-,1
Cub Pack .. ( : Hurtle r< nnt>'. Florida upon l"n or .n thoae carlalparcel NotIce I I. hprnby klvn that I ITO* P... WorshIP I.d..
Martla Caaatr II.... Child...'. Aaan, .., Mon.430.-Cubms.too.7ilO. t.Cantor Ro" have accommodated to them. ruelpt nf proof. of publication of i. land h.r.I".tt. dea have filed .n, final returno.n K*- Otto p... I..ln.We Midweek Prayer
Piwldant-..Ira BwlaartJrdTaura. pm. Youth thin I"U"O. thu flctUluua tcowI erlbed, and th. parsons, i ilu.'h matrix of the eatato Linda H CHURCH OP THE GOOD 8HEFHUB-.
., lilOpab, Com. Rm.lit Nat.NatMaal JENSEN BEACH Dr. Milton W. Carotners and : n.m. with all unknown pernonclalmln 011.1.1.. dmaaaed; that yth ave film DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST. -ladl'atewaKEV. Jupiter

Troop 401out... J. U. txwkado Dr. W. it Stickler of Honda KWIK OAR So rtarla Aaaoalatloa under Hhlili WAMI for Final ami that 10-00 Sunder 1"01 I .
Wod l'I..hlt..e on Holy
7110 wu am.
".m., Community Hill .* In KV or who I ars ,1 .
._ ,. Barbara Ann IJadoar Cub Pack 401-Cuhmaiter H. Quinn state University, making a study bunlm-a. haling our principal tiler* t.known to b* or allviKCTtOJ Hoptomber T, UII4. to II100. .... Morning Worship : am. Parish tucharl.t, Ser.
Ith .., C.... of lila offlc. 4th W.d. N ,.11I. Community Hall lor the Southern Kcgionul Euuca- of builneaa In, Sluarl, Martin Conn : the Honorabl* C: \rm.pl ella pm. Training, Union and Sunday .Soboot .
Cub Path lO2-Cubmut. O. Phi .n.j.. ly Fla. thou thr. portion Interent. : I bridi.. Circuit 1J ,... WorshIp 6..1
Palm City Cardan Club sib pm. Lagion Hall lion Board, point out tnat in HOT- tol I ,In wild boom are M. K. Unrtorwood STATE ROAD 714 judlriat CIrcuIt' of tilt ... 111'. Cantos JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
'_' _Mlaa Mabal rinn.y :: lua the nunioer of college students and R mlorwood of MARTIN COITXTY 5.rrat.e of tha dI.titaiiflnotlofl;, IT. JOSEPH CA7HOLIC-Eul .. Skyline OrIon Jenaea Beach
Ind tbura, Pill a-m, OI rK Cantarah Palm City Florida and that thur.adbIlhli. NAMICa 4k ADDRE8HB8 ISO COllnlF .7'ld"' In and for 10 REV. NEWTON M. TWtKUT
SERVICE CLUBSClvltaa l.r. REV. JAN .
.. City Cl. Onanliatla wul more than double between re no other pereona lntreteil In Un ('olnly., Flurldo ror .. Week IANU6ZlWlll J:10 a.". Sunday School
.. _Andy fa-UnleM Club af Stuart now and 19 70. This we are preparing *. I-m Dallmann said rl"ll for nn Order dare i_ Tl(0. 1.101Saturday : PlO: md It a., Mornit Worship'
lad Taoa, Club la Canta PP..id.n10..AaP Uu.toa M. UNnKllWfKJD t I I 1lb Htreet of nod for final dl.. .. Tnnridar. Ill' p.. .
Wad.. II for. But they also l"l.lb.ton Oon.lon. B.tur. o. ::50 ... w'ed'neida.0 .
poon Tawnboua ..tour.. prelilcll n. Wa. Wt..I.ll .5. of tho WIlt cot of ail* J p Tooth ChoIr
Powalaaa Oardaal CM ... .... ._ Klwanla Club that in Honda this P. o, MwoouHtuart rlOO.l Lnd. H. Norrli, ..1ntrnleyitjnitei. 10., t. 0 III. *.0'1h to I:ill pm. Wedneaday, Senior Choir
._HiT. J. W. Man* .. Florida D tit SUM.LORD. 1.1 t hOG p:.. Thunder, Midweek $umo00JEHOVAH'S
.. be
lat Men. I pm.. .._ Wad.Id.n- Rlnaa duplicated by 1'I". We had a TubJuly 23. 10 A... I, II, 1P44 Marion b hxitoutrli of the I.t.t. of ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CATHOLIC-*
M>'II pm. Bamlnola lea to for the llll : Linda H Sound WIEJU.r
century prepare prevent 1 Hlreet Norrln H. II.
Port? Salaraa>nt-Walter CM .Aaaaatattwraald ..... $ .1.._ Bauk Lima Club college population. We will have He It ftOTK known tlI V> I.:|..,I Till V %v.... Iirr.; .-.". Pub:: Au- .. 13 .10, 87, im .. at kohl: S... .'. Sundnn.-Monday 7 TtlO,p S... Bible: Btnrf.Tbaraiay ."'

lit Thar., I p.., Xvla Caata Praililant. -ltd Hrbmldt ten to for the second Rec-n-Uiy: that I. TOM ADAM8. IJ IN I'IIN rOI di hGN'O---CCILIOTolantrIs -- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCICNTUT -TilO.: Mlnlatrr' Sebowt SIP
.. of
Ird n.. I .. Bappor ooaUlt 0.?. I. 111' .. lila ,.., ..0... years prepare Htnta *( tha UtaU oi STY -724 Eaet Ocean BoulevardIllOO Bervlee Meeting
I loO and five for the heri-hy rive notice that Mare.ilyn f.woa ('UIU" b'LOhtItOA .
.
Jupiter-Hobo found Klwnnl Cub per cent years ITt HB- s. Sunday School
Part 1.1*. CMI Dol.... a lrLE1T'FlOM win be Aptrtear.
'I"II1A II 01 IDIEME LUHEIANE
rirahouia, Sid TII... Till P.. Mon fraildant .. '.uI.'tI" Ibird. n County Florida, on l.ntl D"ln.olom lTATR OP : am.. Wed Moraine l ;Teetltnonlal WorablptiOOrm. MeettoeBeadlni O..
T Marina OlfVEON slnobnownan .
.
au.-i-.mdlIn Sunday .
8ehool Bb.4
tha Oral
CM Clubn.htutt..J.ok The same experience and IJ fuIO Hoom. Ill Fla.ler A. Houra. :1 Bible *
Ilia prospect HARVEY 8BY. / .
ti.. Cluk al StuartPraalilant Monday I In November. A.U., 19.4 : a. Worship
7D trt.. laO a-m.-UiSO ..
Bhomof MOl t IIIJEDM and H.
ald Mo.rllli
-Dr. Ronald B. Alit... can be cited for most public the Tueaday belnw the thirdI'nlted CHRIST
Clubhoua .. SEYMOUR GIDEON, THE KINO LUTHERAN
alt .Ibnra, d." ur Nuv.tnbnr n Hurlbert "
W.d.. Hill p.... Trad Wind facilities, During the last three 10 tl 'h. rol.
P100th 11'_'. Club lowing orfiens, 8 le-Jllth Aveaiie. Mouth r..ed CHURCH or CHRIST-4as paia id.UUUCK 'uple

,_.-... Oornallu. L Ta- Stuart Praaldant Klwanl Dr. H.Club Haaadal Rlpu. years the State ot Florida has built I Ktate SenHtor )ln'*go#roolnn .0'. TO Abtj NOTI4Il CHEniTOKU TO ( itHIlITOItS ANr> .Alt ; tOBIKLJ MlnUHer J..:00 a..JOHNSON.. Chunk School. Paator
Wad Pill Club BulMtmiTabahwhi a. miles of four-lane S DO ..
lid p m, many highways CLAIMS OR : a. Paator'a CUaa
Ibuw, IIill Town HauaaStuart .
p.m. I 1..Uv In ConrH for1 tOne PFIiHONHAVINI 14:00: Bible Study 10,09:
Card Gtowp as hIve been built in all the I/ron KaJkofen T MAID ES .. a.m. Morning Worahlv
** II. "nl..lon.1 VI. I., IMAN08 AAN IliOO: Worship and CoBBumlea7ll
$.. Robert Ktet HI-BUppara Squar Pane* GlobPrs.id.nt..tlllborl Thor (1) 181 Fiat Otto Arrnu. : .
.
Qbalrman- (
Hou.aTbura previous history of the state but Hunram TI, p. Evanln Worahlp, FIRS MrHODITI0 Colerad "
fit Wad > *.m, koma Court. Group* I. I nd t An tig". WI..n.11 and each of you, are hereby Wedneeday .
- I p.m., Youth Canto* the need for additional highways, Thru: Cl) Judun. of (he Ulatrlct I Court BUD notified and r.qulr.d to I."t.n 7:J. ,... Midweek' Bible Stndr ItV., ALLN. I.ITAHT.

and for urban facilities/ in areas of Appeal I for the Henond Ap- ) claim ol d.m.nd. whlrh you. 10:0: *... Cbnnb Sckool .
CHAMBER. Or COMMERCE Ion IMoMlllin or either of you may ." attain' THE CHURCH OP GOD-Flaclar lIttle .
..
Stuart U. ,
Club Orotift W hip
Hob 1.uadp.u.Id.utDr. that until increases.Ten Nnij'L? Lt.trlc& A f the Fatal of REV. lorl. or.
P.ld.n\--IIU.wurt" Behaurbuaak now were rural V K 7.l-lunngondaa l 8BYMOVR OII>BON aiwa II.ALPI ItO. p.,.
WHIIam Mr anIrd floverniirBe I\ Up. 124iata.iyvtibo. .lao known aa HAKVPIY RF.YMOIlialiotoN 10:00: a... .hol oul F.I..hp
luaa, I p.*. Community OonhaTaaaa ..-.11I 111'. Ipm, low Uoua years ago this state had one ,.ri-lary nf *U.t. Rapublla ( and I 8BYMOLTR OIL IliOO a... Mornlnc Worabh

Boatb A.. Stuart Saroatlmlat Club institution for t It mentally retarded. Compl roller sItu # ooO"S EON, |>ca*<>d lat of Martin 7 ilD p.m. K.enln Worablp.llOpm. ILV.TIINIT METHOOIT-.

I Praaldant Frank Forabarc ProaWant toull* Miller I That institution has been Ciimmliialnner: of Agrlcultur.ltiiprintrndont rounty, Florida :IIhl; flllnv I tea oII f ,. T..... Prayer Meellnf1il ...Sunday School
M Mon. dliaatara ,|, pja lat Tburi. noon Klamlnca IInt.lIrd ) TrrnauitrAttorney Ann Murray .00, to th* .5 ('ourof ..T,"... Y.P.B. 00mb.ThE I,,0 a... Worship Bervloa
Tb.. noon, Awboran Yacht Club expanded to capacity. Three new Oenr-ral Cunnlnvham Supply, loo Martin County In th CourHoua UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST p... Evening.
\, Port HrrnoPraaldant have been of I'ubllo Inatruo- 174 Oakwond Avanu at : lhi I ., within l .1 Sundaya Wo..lal 1. ane
\ -R. 0. BlaekmiaInd Stuart Jayaaa* ones provided. A fourthis Waat Hartford ConnectIcut cii calendar( ," from the dale (Confreaatloaal Palm City) .r
Ibura I nnkouM Pr.nld.nt-Llloh PryopTan. I being constructed. Community riorlda"Publlo 10 nf th" flrnt publli-atlnn or this notlia f::4e a.m. Bnnriae, Hrhoolllrt)0 ,
p Utilltlaa Comml.. HUb '10I1WlllUm ITSEET
.. .
IsIt p.m.. Pink ... BliinrrBUI SAID CLAIM Oil PKMANO: Murnln Worahlp OCtOL M.TODIT. 1
BtHartPraillaBVkM. - - and private facilities are being SICK T BW DOlT HWORN AND 10:0 a.m. t I p m. Wow 0 H KNIGHT a
\ B.:.,IKMnVl Mla VETERANS OROANIZATIONtAatarlaa expanded. Yet the walling list of (*'Attorney of tOts Ninth iudlnUI c/0 CimnlnKharrt Murray RupBtr fil!. FlIRT, ITO TO ems ... I W04. I bTi r I : ', \r.

P Oaf Tau. I a. Latlaa. ..... BoaabCommnndor qualified applicants Is longer thanit Public I itender Ninth Judklal ClrBuie 074 Uakwood Avanua LICT P. JIUEON.A II. NOSE SOUND SOOT HERN METHODIS. Wo..sn : fo.. ._
..tI Inorahaat Dlrblo ( Walt Hartford Connecticut Enwutrlx of Entat CHAPEL .. f
-Kuitana Urlmmlnd4lh 0. (Meeta IB Cs.nmuI Wed h .tJI .1 '
t Cbalrmaa. PblU lamaikaU MOB, I p .., I.,.... flatAmerican was betore this expansion program Bpnutnr Stmatorlal IHU #101.1 10 of SeyMour Oldeon. ReceawiAddrraii SKV. LHARLta O. : Thu.'sdny. 1.
Tbura, Ctaart Cbamba ..U... began. .' 'hlrtIhlr ; ;:; Jonirn Beanie, .,1,.", II.d.. I.hol 1 : Ode .. Pra,..
"" LaHoa, Itu.'tV.nnnnd.nhnrl.u Onel( I) M..mho.r of Ih. Ilaue of Lucille PatroaawVaar pm. Service tao Board .
"CONSERVATIONAatfukaa Kltaan Ten years ago this state had five Reprcnentatlv.. MTCHAEL lid and tlh Prk I .... ... Ball County Judir I' : Attorney for Exx-utrix ; )
junior It has built
loatat colleges. twenty- UlehlJ& 111)) Hunt Woiiltvnrd.
Ocean
.HU LiNeAL ADthKIIKKVICMT SOUTHERN
Pl.b&u.a.Man.*. Bra 111 Aaaarwan Uflaa, a..._ six more at a faster rate than any Hherllff0' the Clr..1 Cowl P.I 0 Box IbId, Stuart Florid I aLit. D. H. MEHODI-.'
i NMIouI .. Co..... Jim V"by July IA. An.. .. U. in, l .4IX i'-iIIII .
L. fouV' 4th Hat. S P.. other state in the nation, but the '.Aaneanor Sam. tlo.d "bt tIIt't IT ('OMIT, or 1 "I :ID a... Worship Berrla
Collfclor lii Woileots Rti'not MMIH JIIHtltl tlHdIT Ot4S am. Bunriar Sckocl
FraaMw -(AariM; Klndnadlat Amorlaaa Laglaa A..... Joaaoa Baaaa need for further additions and County Huperlntendent of Publlo Klmbnriy. Wloronola' TUB C'OHTY JIIM.ITU cot DTM A lit K"H lnlIOIN11, I .:," ... Epwortk Laana
VII I ,... lit ).tI I Bank ...Id.n. 41,.. km ma .n'... expansions i is not yet met. Instruction MIlD Cittiintal A\D foil MtHrltl GUESS' ,'r"f! Or PiIOHIit. till .... Rvenlnr Sorrtoa
Junior C..w.110. Club ,..... ManS I ,." Mupervlior of He-atr| .tloii 'TA1'1 or FlAChlilaA l\ 'HAM I-:HIO.. SMTt Wen_,.
The multiplication1 population ((9> Mtnbi>r* of lha Hoard 15,0.3 ISM MINXUa X KLbHUJ.; I .... Mo.Inry
tuafc, ti** P-m. Stuart Yatk Oaata Aaaarlcaa Uloa Aualllarr, Stuart Rl"ROR'TI, 1u Ll. .
particularly in Florida has 1'1'Or County 'ommlaaloner I 11 I*. alt Enat 6th Avanu IV 1'lalntlff. lad
Plant Salldlk club Pr.ui.i.nt. .Mru. Th.ra.a brown "' I. I and S AnU,. WlaronalnBUD. 0. tie p. Prarar .-..
t .
_-. B. Bradlay lnd-4U) Moa, I pat LMa Hall Bbstimcd such proportions u to I Two 'Ill Itnohu,. of the Board of 100.1 MA\IICI rWER Itib.Y IIILLMAN and I

tr'd" P P. ..roI .n MarHa C ualy Bat-win W.W V.*.I defy comprehension. Nina Inatruttlon DlatrluU 1 I I.p.. ANNA H1U.MAN. huaband FIRST METHODI3T-.I.4.
; I p.... din.tvru. 1.111.11.11tIboodLNs I. C.mnsnudr.-PhiIlp klnalatlrd Jtody l0e,4; OJ.I TO and with, .t al, bhlv. GkORCE McOOKaUcT
a Frl. J, .. OO.&r, Oaalaa- ibis slat had a leisurely 130 Two (J) JuHtlraa) of th* Piaca, Dl.. ai0: East PIN "'...1."nla'D All of th. .atat of .t.nd.nt. I::4 a... .I School
trial J and 4 Wi.os.in MaurIce J. Power, d.....ret, *r. YOR tIov'rttiCTflpPIHRS & WwtotilO
ORGANIZATIONS ... County Barraak Aualllary years in which to accommodate (to I ( ) Cbnetableaj; fHitrlcll I and ,ato.tJun. lerebv notified' and required to fll* (1111 IlK :So til'MYT".

I... Du.u0 .ivu'u4 AUSIlISITpn.Id.ntMn. fr.. ....-... Hulk N. Hall the growth of the first 100 people 110.11 any claim or demand whlrh they ChOIr. t. Sppn.5. pm. KronlBf Weraab

j. :.. rrurl" ..... rrl. I ... Old C... Ckarak I mile. W have less than ProaeuitliinAttorney* flod may have ...In.1 nild ..1.11 In FROM TUU IrATE / )-U>RI- 7:50: p.". Thund.,. Junior CbehTl4l
Ird lund", P Vatoran'a per square I Member, Hoard of CommMilonera' 121 Bait gill Avnu of the County Judge of t'A TOllorty : pm. Tharadajr. Ben lor Choir
Beaek Valunle fir D.pn..uPr'.ld.bbJoob 0 Council al, Martla County twenty )cars to prepare for the 'h.rld. Inland L>lIn l- Antleo, .. .,. Ur tclo I Florida. |in th IIIMman and Ann Hlllmiin.
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C. John W Kallar N.vl..tuq
next 100 mill 1.1.1 IHI#105.1 it WIU..t.'Iu.ld. With. whoa* r>alilf.nc a u d addrviaaiara FIRST PRESBYE&N-. Sbo,
peaplrer
Add Ird MOB, Ipm.. Stuart Lailoa Horn. square Txntlmnnv Whereof "". th unknown, laV. Paat,
I 0M. 0 ,.., Flrabauart v.r.w. Stuart The rate of change in six times as I hereiintci' : art im haml. and tha I (lr hart..t Daniel Reed dote of ttia flrM pllblo.lon.of thIs and to' say.: tsisssxy ,I.1.01.15*.

.* a lra* Flreaw*"* AaaUlarTPnahlone great and will undoubtedly in Krai nf Ih.Ktate ..r Florida, al Tol. III lath AvenueAnllao. noU. 11th claim ." 0,1.0 All unknown, nurllvi claiming In- 0"0 :
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-Mar* CatanM Onmmad.r-4ubs Murray lahaaaer. the OajilUI, till* lh' thlrtjrlint WI.r".11 tr. wrltlnir and moot "tale th* 5.reet by, 'h..h o. .".In.t aPI'or 1 D.... Woreblp Hereto
Ira Tbar. | II l>... rtrakn** ...-.. Tbura, Gohlan Oats Sulldln crease. dnir of Julv. At)., ;.. HUD 'IOoif .<* or realdont** and po.Iofflr.sidre. I > rlthrr of the ald named ltofndooon : piB.roun. tspi.o hllo...
.. of Ih. claimant and muataworn tu hrlra. dwlnvvii, .
InHttApa
ThoM
V".W I.dlaut.w.c'omannnd.p.janph.
rrt fabra Valunt*** fir PofaruaialntATERNAL In a world of leisurely and comTMW AI'AMI ,
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ltd b by the "claimant hi* irmntAta. aurcaaiiorii, Sepal rcre- RE.YEI
or Ln.
"% "r:" W. Proatoalatlrd [W Pij\U1Puh lt"IIT\tY .TATI **! Hoad .."nt or attorney". or It ,1 .."t.lh. aHalnn. o.. Irtialrea llpnr UMUI
1.14.4 Vat. OilO .. root Mom .Iouu. \CRTI"IaI"r."T ,: AUK s. u, 10, ir ti4nf black Mountain, North Carolina I becon.a void . .. or ollinrwla ,.. .K"NCla! DICIIOI. ".t.
CmOANUATIONf v.r.w. AuaUlary Stuart -- Ino 100 1 luted thla' JOth day of July. .D.It .; fi! 0. a..
I\ 'IRc.t| IT 0111"r too' HIMftlMII IS 'toAlt H.relMPO.
FIlM Ills ?? di ININ'S I lob It? o. .W..hl
Anal Ckaa-tar OreV.r. al DeMalayM Commandar-Mra. Jannla Smith "I mil I u. IIHIIlr iv I' .", .' vIOHIbO f!.or.. Mood BAM unknoan p..I.I having orviahutolr u: F.llow.ht
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enter Councilor-Uavtd V. lat-lrd Wad. Ooldo*. late P.11dbMhCELLANIOUI A > II rUM Mtlin* 4 ItS \1l. .' .R 1.1\ t'tlT'T'r. I no N, teeth Htrrrt "".," TonKIf Katat of to h." .t Hint, till pax: Wet{ Adult. Yeat Cbovn
..... kloa, 1 MS ..av, Maaoat. To *l* M.OIIIUl IH I IIIV HItS' 5St..lllTN. hIP Brooh field, \\ laoomlaBHU I 1'.rlc.' .. Power. fir Intrreat IB th. following described

Aaaata Maaaal LadtaWorahlprul 1ttlta ,. "f 10 '100.' reel property alluat In Mar 1000. IIrv. UNTrAJIIAN FELLOWsHIP
Maatr LkrlatU* Calk Civil Air P.5.01Co.eeandnrLbootno.nt I4ItNTON 1I'1I:1'\IIAI. shYINISS ')1''I'' III? Puk>l July .1 ... Aug. .II tin Count)', nurlda: Psos Pbure. bosh Cotn..unIO,
I... Taara, S *-.. Maeeal Taaipl A.Nl) 141AM AtlIllitI'.h'rl.ot. I. I ril. I Rnmanl.Uo pta bony Drini Fort PIece. 'C': .
J. r. Slreng 0 tJniIt.d $101.1 .1 MAUklCI 1\1n. 1 1 W.dro. HtrM-t ..HIlt CO ITS Jl I" ". (-000 BT.M Common. at lbs Couthweit- .IIow.1o Bernie,, ItU ... lusda1
ABB SUUor Clral, Elk Maata Tuaadayot 1.10: ,.. American iOTIt11 'Hnfll'et W.. H.r.m.. Connecticut "MI rKKIHIII1 ( "R1' '"iT'. .rly Gtn" of l Lot Sit of the Fellowship II .. ...d..

prued.no-M. Dorothy Mardy :_. '. ol I DO nop.raIlofl,1. TO AI.I. l'hSA --irKKMa. .a 111.1 i IR"'TI I'lat (Irani and Jupiter 1.
.m. PENTECOSTAL
Pod Ibura, S PElk* Lada ". IN 114017 < dAta IS RB- laland. recorded ,In lint .1.La.-.t... .
Chalrm.it-I. CombiKaooutlv OKUAt.H 1' fllAMNKHMami : (10MB? l'fATI 0. J'i- !aonsd .: Ifcwk I. I'air SO, I'ublle Kecord cuaT" AiIUJ\iNIa. .._
Phi Sarerltytpalloa R .mll.lo aTTI I ,.. .
Bat 1'
Olravtor-HOM Phllbrlak of SuadaF School
W Film 'Heach
County Florida '
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MUiTHA IL CIIAMNkirtH. 'root h..bv
Zata Caaptai1rreeldenr Ill W. Ooaaa Bl>d, AT ,.... his "I lfe. Wribton or.Soutro.nret nobbfi.'d purporting, 'h.t ,0 1.. 0.." Ilr..1. > C"II.NO now Martin' County, Flori 0 II *. Sunday &'"..II.tto aorelaa

Mr*. B. I. AbbottIitmrd Lady Gallon AaaaalatloaPraaldont rvfendanta. be th. IJIKI Will and 1 atajnant of. IOU) StILl COI.ootcul V OTIt] TO C R.:ITON" da; Ih..nc. run Noiithaeaterly I MI I.. Wad_'. abl BtaCETH3CMANE >
Tkara S p.., koatal poll, dt-trdvnl. bean admitted All .. of the titale .rMARl" on Huulhweetorly entenaloa
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-Mr* Bill HartaallTuaa IIu'u'w MIHSirLIMtHS: PUNNellICIG I. prebat In 'h.* Court 0. You T>orlaKout 1 SchmIdt CUaMJeNt: : deceaaed.if ef the Mouth line of said CHURCH OP CHCBT
XI GaawM Phi Cfcaplar I il* a.., M. C. unit .. Club commanded arts I her.by rl and r. ulr.d toCII. 01. a diet, aeooe f Ion: feel Ll OR CHRISTIAN CHURCH I ICkurtk
...'..._Mr*, Joe Inlay Llvalr Art ClubPraaldaMMra. |111I lUtUKHY hyMN :rl. mnntha from within th* date alx Ild.tn. AlaakaHCCTIOV any :: :: drm..u$. which point' where saId line Interaorta Street Joaeaal Prick

bIrd Thara. S P.*., ktHna tiuialianl Id a auniliiary \.1 I.. Ih.[ lInt publlpntton of thl* notice 'K&'110.1 Ih., o.: ...In.1 call cebit.In the Weeterly right-of- LEON L. BAKK ''..
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Oauiktr* ol Ik* Aaiarlaaa HoulaalinRonne Arbataa troD or )\Jr""lu.... -tlated i Ao10tntI appear In thl. Court and ahnw the ('nimOy Judee r.ol Una of U H. Hlahway No. : am. Siiadar, Blkla
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.. 40 ,
Ird I ill homo : a.m Hiinaar,
-Mr*. Marjorla MoaUa !lo4, anil anleieiS In I'h.n.er; \ .*". If any puns roe. Wily 0 Ii. Sin o-"*l of Martin'couniyV'Frorida, lii'ikourthnue a point of bexmnlna. ti.* Werahni Borrlaa
Ira 705,... komeeMother North Coaaty Fair AaaoalatloaPraalilaatJ. o. N*. liml. of the t'IrohI (:,url ikj* (*>urt l in adinlttlni$ HTATB ROAD Ill al HI u FI.rld., with thence r"nUnu. MotIho-r.teril p.ai Tbiiraa-tf. aiM. Stud,
.. nf the Ninth JiioU-lal. tin till In mid :monw'rl: ta probate should: not MARTIN (l"NTt calendar 1 mom he from tIne date en the $ooethwe.tarlyenten.bonOr .
DeMolay Club W. K" bblCHII'TlONd : Sloe lirut pbilnbbon, I of OhIO aald' Hnuth ADt'PhOThiMMbS?
fur Martin Cooed ? blond whereIn -! hand unrevuked.KVANII I no. line i>{ oatS Lot
Praildea -Mra. Jaekaoa Wrihttk bet Moa, tilt p. Airloultaral Bid I tiIt01'tiM KMI:Hlt\l. rl.VVIMIi CHART JR. Each claIm or demand mut SS a dialing, of 111 feet loa tpl.tl.uI ;hTn

Mon, hIS ..., ....10 TaejpWadloa unroll Cant Calf and Cavalry OakPraaMaaa ANU 'U>AM AtHtH'IArii, N, a trio bounty JudK*, IR"'6 HIOHT OF WAT LI"n wrltln and intent atat Oh. "tJ. thence ) anglo ef IhI'Iet'.TER' ; 00 '. Ton
ad Hlatea nf Amerhan roriM.rutlon ?.t.nrbio. b'tonlflty ).loritI.I af ...hl.n. and .-orn. ninety *? run ffouthaaatrly NotIce rUTITIOlo ....
Aaalllary to tadlaa U -Rd Hlihc. I II Plaintiff, and tiWlt kIlt T, Tub. john 011, III, An.g it i Thai part of Tract II and II. add ma of 0. ... mult nlntanre. of 1>I feet to lnd..rulgo.d I. h.rrbp 1I1".ft 'h.t Oh.
bitas..n.01ICbI. SS4U Ird IIHM, I Ill ., Clukhoaaa ( o.414I..lo H ami MAIITIIA II. Ilex-lion 17. TowuahtB II Mouth, be aworn the claimant, hi. a point: ihenre by ansi In of ninety UndoP th. prnvipl.o., ,
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.( M.trIaiib dud,Mall 1 .. ..,I. Canny Farm Buraaa (01 Uli.IItht.. natI! .. .,l" dif nrianU. O 1MM I IH T tool 14T 000' THK hanca 4* Kant acrordlnt- ..a-vnt, .. hi* attorney It WIU decree run Northeaelerly Auto of ': 25000, wiil Lawo of PIorid
Taaa I 0.IQUV K.. 1 111\ aell ta the hliilieat I and. w I ins Jl IIH 11 I. 0 INtO II. M Ih* plat I of Pilot City h boosms void according law. on a line parallel to the Houtbweeterly Clark nf ho ( reglotrp w'th "
Prs.id.nb-.AIh.4 .
Ia .* .., Odor of Odd fallmMobl lad Thar, Hamlaola l.. beat klil.l.r for vaah at the \V. ..trront a > II P1000 MtHTIKllST), thereat, aa reverded 1 la :: July M. l*<4.WALTBK. ..t..1 of eald Lot en, MaOt. Couty 11'1'1111 r-""" I" and
OrandLoul Cbs... l>nnr of tha NUrlln I fixintvVurlhuuae t'L"MIU1> < It tOni MItt peak a. Into 41 of the O. JOHN*. S* a .I.t. feel to a **.I of proof ::bllVation
of Mtuarlfiiunlr of Kxeeutor: of II.. Katat* of point th. or ?
oeretarr -Job* II. Grerletlrd Martla Cauaty Amateur Radl Club ( In ItO City faint Hearh C. on Weaterly rightofway thin llCOUC, ibis wLS &
Tuae. S p.r.. LOOP X*> Pre.IJer.e-Bill BHttoa '. of Marlln. Htate nf M..rliln lTdlili 0.. On Jy> .rlorlde lyina; wlthla l.* Mart. O Cleveland. d..o of L'. H. Hla-hwvy No Wit fIctIOloso *,
Third Th". I ... ... SI I II I OS AM n lbs imh day .1( Ad"p'I.' nfHAMWA feet of the Mouth lln. of aald a CUNTPAttorney 1. thence run Northerly alone AAA
AT KMOTTRIC
ladlaa River Eneampmeat SS p. AtlB-uat. two I Ih* follnalnir I.KR CHKHROWV, hoctUn 11. Is.. m. .slu010l. I for boosts the Weelerlr Michi-of-way line .1 a
Ch.Th..onol WI).. Martla Coaaty HtaleHeal SocmtyPreelden vrthexl property s* Set forth In aanummary i.i JAMP'I. ('liPIbi. ladkatliMi: and IOM Ik*, lOt( I. Boo 4T1 of oar V.r A HKhway No. 1 adlntance .."., whish FwTOS? ,
..... Tua. I ..- lOOP Halt final I>aar**, to-v.ll: .OIIIOI. ANN lnr I* foot riaht, of way :.' I "''tuart. Florid of 11 lo the pointof n... haTIa- lucIa

Jeaaaa Reoek Square club sad AuaO1.rppn.ldnI4Nun. I 11 7...*..-f Roland il* ..Merroll Flrel Naewaal BkMultlpla MIIIIWN, ... ex| atone aald mouth : First publication I July St. UKPuhv beelnalnf.aukjeel, h..I_. I. air Hobo primu'Ip. ,. 01
TutU p. I. loot I. Slink ,I PIIIHT AI>IH- lln* by Martin ") July *1. I*. Aug. a. IS. 1014innoucnt'TT ('uusoy. plo. thai Paotud. 510,115,

ITha Wkawdaaalal6ata(4tt Uatlaflaaratary lioN TO) &s.ltANtto N I'AHK.llvnoral HUTER ARTH"R t.W.IUCNII UIBlnaUs aura*,l'olll'PI.or la**. to eaeemenla ..mortase > .5001 0. eai.4 be.Inan th. 1- In15.'
Ito. l'lat I ittlunt" 001W? of record. Nob.m r
nru'nrnlin to tlarrnnol. Tb.t, alt.pf.tOwv.tIlTithi WlhtIam.
8.001 .f .
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Pp.010.01-In. r0n01r5 -Carl Taraa* > .1"rI' 54
$.d.4t1 P14.. I p... J. lad-4th Tuaa, S a... r.'II". I In blat I'ubl.!ktonb a. at OWNED BTLyl IN laItTlI RHiMOTATI (I'uln' "WRIO" 'Pate and earh of hereby that t... are ne "thor ._ .
.rQ Cl. ito. ( rpflsii. lit I. r. Hallnan and Marion tare000d 1&
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MaVaai osId ..
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Palm City Ham DoaMoatralloa Oak lIsribbi rvt.tr. .'I..rl.. ,. or alhirbut; 'K ftl Py'lyaBn' Jamea Keedl OFa.sf.v.r7yce re0101piul, ho 1l. A... or ltOHiTltT .t" il'I'

... O, aietarkaod ..I..n\-.. KII.aK.ib Faltoraaa at0.r .Itb 1111 fulh..hlll': AI"Mt %. Heed: oor-a Remii! ) ; .. oth.r 1 tIes.Iina ._po..t flIo Pub., don e. Am
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po.w Ink Tuea. til* .... Gluts Coo_ Hullt-ln TO: J U"IIL' ri":ROWN tjeeiia Kalkofeai Jean ,; bo' : :A"IL to. .'! aPed
Mmtrlr tvnn CAKLOCK. gon.
Hurlbert
I> Joan :
,_"_Mr*. HareM .. .. rtve :: R..d :
I lrneoo.4 IXOTMW nato .
let-lrd Me*., a kaevn P... Keaael Club MiHt| 4 6U..vrl.1 NIUTI1 'II ludlanapolla, Indian R* d; Judy lima I' qub.t tool.
PJBW $ )Mlllani : TO .a'Toa. 10 lb. pospoot?. Stuart Rotary
.. .1. Club
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Cl CbaptPrs.lds.bM.a.. Ird T''t.f.r..1oP T01 KtVTlriBDthu l>orle $aVhmldtl i .: TO AUL CHJI'I'kl "1.1. I ..... .I..U. .. one.
ARI
Call I A meet lac plaaaPort b4a e" HIIMI' P>tKNN: CLAIMS ORDfcMANIM ,.. I. Ih. .lbl
Mareld Bui-key :t.1'\ .J lnN nay fIb.4 .I. .reoej *. IA" : .1. .o.l.t M4 W. 1"1'h
Sad-4ta Wed. IS *,ai. keeae* Baler* Hoax* Dimaaatrattea Oak Xlt abnv*. el.led t.'u kv 1 Ll. 1.AINI lAID ES- 11. taken : and .
J Order af Kalnka* for OMiWorth Prealdoae.Mr*. Illab lilPIbtnkrs.Is TKR AHTHrh VAWHKVCB for RD *ISH RiaUT Or lAtin of : tha aald rauee e E. AIUooa
Mawlla : .f
... artoptlei of OroNtuotA -i.pN rln: W.1 You. ..d .. ..1_ will, then ex parla. Inch "
u.a* Coulter 11 Than, I ill ..., Clvlo y" .
CenterRh .
a It-Srd Taee. 1 lit p... atawakl Topl. ibis. flit day .f AonpueaLI ROW: JAMrM HY CHIC TJ.t Part .r the t h" Inbiftod a. ptannt I Anawrr pleadlenr. .00% be -
>tlda riayor .f Martbi Caoatp ,.. Ri>W C and YNTIIIA ANN (' "f Treat SI, *.bI.at. Tow. aar elalm which you or the em day -
Kerel I Bobekak Ii0.bit.1l'TIY IICIII.11. Rl>WT kv : : .liner ef have aaalaat with the Clerk TnMhHI"
:. h.r mla-lire. tka abIp J *oulh- : t.t:1
? Hang. 40 :
Meale P... Oraea Hall Shaw ,
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the k>
rterK"of Clrmn &'nnnltC CHrTB1t ArtTHl'R U\V.HKN -"r"". la the late CtMpoilC raft moot
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lal-lrd Mo.. S p... lOOr Ball tr'C. General Meth>. i> Mimi*) luunlifiy. and y required t.> aerv. aar CJIy Parune tkeronf Hat of .bin.... >T. H i.S.ARUlCk ; herein"
raoord-
Stuart .Jaaiaa Klka Ledge 1ST Bualnaa ...till.SI. | t Caufn"Hi >p> .Anawer o. tinBa *4 I. I'lal lirnik S., 41 t- .tf ..t. ( her .. who are O : ,

4 Malted Rule-.**!* U, KlollS lack Inlet YMhl ClubC..otl.IM. l'n.pMo' flerkitlrvull In .h.. .0l5 wh> ,ald ... ". IB* PuMIr Hoeord o filOns :: ouN 4 t'; I'. O. :: ,

i Pa Meadar* Bawkaa (' url *l ltXMUKHON \w'Il'lIlU. hoald .b* grsni'd, the attarney louses O-uat>. riorldai 1 Ipso r" ("maCv In Judo.. : ,..: : ( : .
Mr' ( County Ik "Nol' ,
CITYCOMMISSION
fhrkw club TtV>K- wlthla Ill k' gouiK 'tu
(taarl o.l
l '. .. Jeka AUet lot Than, I P... Yacht CM SIS 41 at mreet Not, f o In:.":14,i' Flor Hno of Mid : lea* Ih. ''. Florida '" alt In bias ) ..
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I.. Taw 1 ...., Maaeteo Taakl Club Stan Board ad Realtor* l%*ami ih Ani.1r1 Meavh. ,rbotola liii .NI.,id..l "ted of the Clerk.''.f th.la Circuit t" ..Klat n- _U tIf,, l in. tOs.ni.nirq I i .fireS. ., mon'ha publication from of'Ih.obO..aotfr af th. Marti bushed flasofa I 5 ,.".r I
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Ualled CeaiaMrtial TravlareBealor pn.i.iaun-.Ron.n. Till. Court e wr 00117 rlV 1>H nltVANO M1' TMT end week for tour .. -
ir OaBeekie-Ed Howard 116 Thur.. I p... Slaart _*** -- tout v o aeforrVepteraber la. oovund aloaar laid aoutJh I m. .. SWORN TO AMD FILED ._ha.IIINP.
IM 10.. S P M., lOOP Hall Moa Una by Mania :; ,.xn ORDERED at 't STUART
1 Stuo-.l Stamp .letyPraaloVakwTkomaa TV ree I IM.'IATG .
Uateed Peaffctar* ef tke CualedaraefPrealdea _.. i. Pro r\.: a.t.TSC '. r. NATO L .AI .ri. riorlaa, thIs ilM Uy ,.t.
K .. iU1oO = 0
Morals FINES; .
*-Mr B. Bow** *tal. i c 1101.fOIIIW15'ItT RECllAR JiaTESG
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lad Maa.UiUtr Ird Moa. I p-m LlbranYarM \S ) Ih* aealof : I 1r1

Ckavasn Eeatera Is. dukaVIrd 'old rNMirt IB rttnart. rta-Hde. MOp and wlf*. .; Me-rYeai4e sad Tt Clark of 0 (51Mn1n
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StanaTalll iNto 1 day of n 'r. r.I""EU' < ad SBM 4it
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| TVara.. I ,m. Maaeal Tan51.U0YRNM1NTAZ ''''MYT' l'IrI'1! I:wthe 1 a II t= Um a id By R SWAMI MONDAYS

O.w.W I-I' rrnt' In Florida'sFuture l\ ANn rou,;I ..1. ru ." ft'Iflt'(7'f ( 0151110.0
In production of kaolin china fFT fr (St.'.brTEOntVoW : Stnrt CKylUIWt
or Ol'VTT. .All 'IpTICB a I V"E t .f IX

clay, Georgia lead alt the other jviJi (Ttrralt lip 1_.". IL 1.. :h TaklBe, ; ":.kea t la "I Seas llouI.v.r4 rTt.A?: ._ rhme A1w.js *

.." 0Itr sIte SuuUi' Carolrn k tecond. rub. Au?r\a."ll. INI tiUoawr* 5h.vInoyI.4*. UM bp the .1 r O. IV.. \\ .A*t flnrUaPuav .0 ,.r.

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