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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 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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VOLUME 28-NUMBER 4 STUART. MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1964. 3 SECTIONS PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS I

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v sg = Monday, Auk 31, Is Opening Day for Students
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RamblingReporter ; It's 'Back to School'for 4,000And






RODE WORLD'S ON MONORAILAT FAIR I res 'to Work'for //98 Educators


"This would be a fine idea for
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commuting between Stuart and
Jensen Beach" remarked Gene Alter Commitment, on St. Lucle Inlet Job
TomaM i to Mrs. Tomasi last Wednesday Teachers

Their daughter Aprile
greed, adding "or over the causeway
to the ocean beach." The Wacha and Bell Confer
Jensen Beach resident were riding Start on
(the AMF Monorail at the New on

York World' Fair. The monorail ..
has !seven two-car trains operating d *
continuously over a 4000-foot() )( re \ ,K Xit4 20th

closed loop track suspended forty Aug. Inlet Washington D.C.
at
feet in the air, giving riders a
panoramic view of the spectacular: ,
scene. More students more leathers.

fit more classrooms more emphasis ,e'swsan4M.etovua-.s.... stsaweruasaaaan. .
curriculum and
on
more money
Till. BEACHCOMBER CLUB a spent (a $2,00XK( ) budget) thin tin Editorial See Solons
WAS 'INS ANT SUCCESV ever before that's 'what "Hue :
Ii_ VtA"r to School means in Martin County -
The Family Beachcomber Club .' in 1964-65. On Future of
initiated here by Carol Schmidt, assistant leathers. start work Thursday Why Should County
Martin :
of the
director
August t 20. Except for registration
County museums, met "instant I The
and orientation students art spar ProjectA
success" and received statewide ,.,F ed until Monday Aug 31. Maintain Channel?
publicity. It drew members not W ,
The addition of thirty-four new
only from Martin County but from financial' commitment that
Jupiter on the south and Fort k-- leather will In the county's twelvsihotfli We are at a loss .. to 'why Martin County should agree to could Affect Martin County foryear
total
198 the
bring to
Pierce to the north. It II l an easy of teachers, principals and achooadnunMrulors maintain a federal na'llIllllll4chllnnellinkln, three federal projects to come probably will be
going group dedicated to short -the Okeechobee Waterway and the Iniracouxlul Waterway at the made this week in Washington

week end walks collecting such : In addition to tin: new pcrmanent Crossroads and the federal cut through St Lucle Intel. D. C

treasure trove as the tea casts up r classrooms!, Ie'ent"'tporlable The Engineers: are going/ lo "deepen" this two and one-half- County' Commission Chairman
from crab carapaces to shells, classrooms will be located at various mil. channel to six ,feet (lit Is already/ six feet to nine feet deep) Frank Wat ha and County' EngU
and bottles. veer Fred Ball In
corks JIM O'RLAR Stuart proudly holds an eighteen-pound African which he schools. Insisted.. maintain are Washingtonthis
pompano caught on live but have that Martin County sign an agreement I U> week
with the
meeting
blue runner bait south of the inlet Tuesday He entered! the three-foot silvery catch: in Stuart Sailfish And on opening day Monday, It until tho big Inlet project Is a reality ; of Engineers, Senator Army
ARE OFF Aug 31, a record 4.0IK) student Corps Spessard -
MILLERS Club
FOR SWITZERLAND tourney. are expected' to resume studies, That l I. a neat trap and there Is no mid' to fall Into It Holland Senator George
tho number rising to 4,200:! by the Channels navlguhle/watcrs, are a federal responsibility, there is Smathen and Representative Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller left Cost Close peak of the season federal maintenance for the cut through the inlet and for the O. !Rogers on future work on the
West Palm Beach by air Wednesday to 'Traditional/ Style'Airconditioning With 178 of last year's' eleventh.: two other: major channel St. luc'Inlet.' .
12, the first leg of a 6r Last week the Martin
Aug on grade believed tbe returning lo County
The Stuart News has wired Congressman J'aud O. Rogers
to Europe. Their tour of school Martin Senior Commission authorized the
trip County High Corp
will include a to i asking him lo attempt to eliminate this! unreasonable. local: maintenance lo
Europe trip r Planned should lee its 1 biggest! graduating) spend J30,000 In emergency
Lausanne Switzerland, where Mr das ever. exceeding, the 140 of demand. urae"iss.aossa"aaa.aeersY.ra.a. funds lo clear and deepen to am
Miller will attend the Soroptimlt. I 1964 Twenty-eight' expected sen feel a channel from the Intra.
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+swnnw.aus T sawrsrnsassrlu4asrwM
International Association Convention keg at Carver Gardens Junior.5enkir coustaj Waterway to the St. Lucie'

which is held every four years, For Hith( (lake to he known as Five A rrested Jlratt'l' ., Inlet
the last convention being in England Elementary Buildings Murray High' School) will be only,. ... The commission agreed to
in 1960 Mrs. Miller is pres. slightly above the iverago of UM r "maintain Ihe.channel after, con
dent of- the Sorontimtst Club of I nail several years at t the former atructlun 'until such time al UM
Stuart;; and will represent the Stuart last ''year was "modern high >
Club at the convention. Mr. school year" for Marua County uMallauons else"here1 In the estimated" at 520.7311; two at Boukce .I' Advanced courses.. wuT M'ivail- partrof a speottkally uthori2sJ
". and Mrs. Milter will. return to school! syntetn. iblch have aii>>c mduianuig p"'kII', tttfJuo. and ((4IRluMllfll 4HI Page 2-A) I'f'O' | J& %*- "
,'. Stuart the Utter part September: This.year kstC lhq beginning of{tred find i out what type of equip*: Warfield including an Someone Jumped Somebody nBnis?! Btirha. rUlmated If
'v .f an elementary school expansion is the tctcstb I live suite, at $41UO. .four'I-'I wmJJ em the county between
AUGHT, A. uG> rr, program which may eventually rej Two classrooms the new Port I figures are tentative Teacher ChangesAre Things were jumpin' .. at the the middle' lJoI (he fight when' be at'tempted $44)00) and $6.t()X)0) it year to mauv
lain the channel',
suit
in
MY BOM AND MOTOR completely air-conditioned Hue Lantern Tavern colored nightclub arrest the men. 1
LIGHT! and heated buildings for the lower on Monterey Road, about Charted and later bonded were: Boll and Waeha: look the reso
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FOR grades Brown In Lakeland Hospital Approved by 1230: a.m. Monday then someone Harold Henry, twenty-three.i lution to Washington but were
Nut'a hone but a light specifically !. The thoo/l/' ourd Toevlay! night: I Jumped un someone and a brawl art, disorderly tonduct and damaging expected lo gel additional l Inormatlon .
at the narrow entrance to tentatively approved plans for School started.. county property! ; }U5 In bunds and eanmltmentfrom the!
Framer Creek boat basin, i ii the twelve ncwxlussroom at four locations Mrs. Tillman and Father BoardA Before the )Jumping' was over Earliest linen, forty-two Ft Corps before officially: filing the
plea of a boatman who almost at 4jMi approximate 130. II look Sheriff Roy C. Baker and Pierce, carrying a concealed weapon resolution! with the Engineers.ib. .
lost bee craft and its engine when 000 to $140.(XX) ) cost for the expansion number of teacher anti school l lI three deputies to quell the fight (knife) and disorderly con resolution also! stipulated.]
be banged into the rocks there the providing !that bids on Hurtby Backing-up Auto I personnel changes were approved reported to have been caused, by a duct; $1113 I In bonds that tile county win provide spoilt
other night Please urge that something the Improvements do not exceed I >.V the School board--- Ttiaad.v night y-mecla-glrl sltust ten. lloyd Henry Jr., twenty, Stuart areas and retaining walls a* need
done about this," he asked. Resignations of Anna conduct S3) bond
be the amount budgeted I Mae disorderly ;
anonymous. An eighty-four-yearvld Lakeland I was treated but not detained Her Chapman. .teacher/ Steve Sheriff Baker and diptiHe" Moran I.. ,
but: keep me Donald Armstrong. school architect Singletonand Sprolt and Gerald Brown rush" Lloyd Thompson eighteen
man taken to St. father was transferred to the West With ed.Cash
T& was Mary'sHospital Brown bus drivers Stuart t1J1IIIC'1h11y.conductt: $JJbund.
I sail! that installation of re- Palm Beach hospital were .d lo the aid of deputy Henry I
West Palm in accepted and Rifle
C1.AVS OK 1954 rervc-cycle air conditioning and Beach I Herbert who In
,
I pot caught up
RK-tMOS: AUG 25 heating equipment could be made 'poor" condition after sufferinghead Although still in critical condition New Uachcn appointed! on lion Brunsnn, Jr. Iwenly-seven,
in especiallydesigned buildup at and shoulder when Drown was transferred to rectttiimcnduiMtn of the trustees, --- M Pierce, disorderly conduct $)1
Martin County High School class approximately the same cost or Injuries I Lakeland General Hospital Tues were: Iowa Belle Bowles. Warficld' ', Charles J Kruno bond. Stolen in NightAbout
of 1954 will hold a reunion at I for buildings constructed in le"l knocked: down by a backing car Me was suffering from brain Willie Jay Ihompion, Sheriff Baker reported .Herbert'

Seymour's Inn Jensen Beach on traditional manner Sunday afternoon Id.Y.: lon, lacerations of the head, Park, Noel. Francis Ot-J Get, 75 Ius Juil called, for aid only after the crowd $2JO in cash"" and other
Saturday Aug 22 at 830: pm i four.d i According to Patrolman James an Injured ankle according to Bruce Korth. Stuart Junior High, became unruly and the light threat Items taken
Thc chairman. Mrs Robert Futch classroom He showed sketches for Hall'l report the man Joseph i I[I Mrs. lillman. Mrs.. Tillman sustained and Charles Elbert Todd Jr., tar- From City Judge aped to iprtuJ. Sprott Kept the night were In break-In some the time Friday
clualer a al Anchor
of Fort Pierce. is being assistedby -type building for I Brown and his daughter Mrs' I broken collar bone and vcr Gardens crowd! orderly with a shotgun
the new Dunbar School: addition Earl ( hark,. James llrunn. little Service Stetiem on U.s. I south of
Tillnmn 400 Fifth bruises
Stuart. West multiple Personnel 1
Mrs. Bill Hataway of transfer approved! while the arrests were made !
HOOt Sound. which he estimated !I Street were attending the funeral Mrs Hammonds was charged: were: Betty Rollins, secretary, to Dixie i drew two 'jail term, total Stuart according to Sheriff Roy
.
C. Baker
should cost S39.84J with a 3tonirconditioning of Mrs. Tillman maid at St. Paul sAME I with Improper backing and caus the Senior High' School Catherine ng seventy five days from Judge
MtYFRS WAS ILL BUT and I ; MMM N nut PK In through
heating unit jarry I' Ityer municipal court a.
Church Park Avenue and ing an accident She told police Dais teacher to<<>> East Stuart Flemcnlay I
NOW BACK TO NORMAL for each room This he compared j Church Stte l. They had parked,) that she did not see Brown and and Gloria Carter, teacher Tuesday evening OirtR.1 HIDE VARiriY window on the west side of the

Fred C. Meyers of Ocean Breeze with an estimate! of $39,429 for ,' their car and were walking to'wards Mrs. Tillman croas the road. to Carver Garden, .I He was sentenced: to forty.five A lour of Scandinavia and a building Williams The sheriff said Eugene.
three classrooms and an administrative the church j Jays In jail for purchasing: alcohol the land of the will station manager, repataed
Park Jensen" Beach and of Haw I Bus drivers appointed wares' I trip to t Maya the
thorne. N. J.. was released Au,. room without ajr-condition-i At they crossed the street. Sirs WORII WAR SCLNM Laura kt ., replacing Edith 'beverages for minors and a thirty. 'IN features of the summer filmprogram burglary' shortly after he
ng. I Rebecca Preston Hammonds, Brown Turner day deferred sentence was added of the Martin County' opened al 6.JO: am. Saturday
13 from the Englewood Hospital While heartened IN: ART EXHIBIT. i ; Gary replacing Also' missing the break-In
advice
by the eritor of Hammonds on a intoxication charge f Istorlcal( ) WM
James public
after being admitted for ten days Dry tlu.ea Stephens: and Hall Vieleiy, WednesdayAug 22
that air-conditioned schools could e rifle. a shotgun and electric
for I stomach attack Meyers was ] ers, backed her car sixty-five op-I Scenes from the battlefields of I replacing" Steve Singleton Also ap Four traffic casts, two shop 26 at I pm.The shaver.MKMBULMIIP. an
admitted as an emergency to the be built at I cost equal to the apparently in the process of World War II are on display' al I panted were: John McFadden lifting caws and one charge of not films will be shown at Ftliuti .
Englewood N. J. Hospital but traditional, or dose to.'it, the In,. Her car struck Brown Elliott Museum in a wide variety custodian' Mamie Brown, part-time laving an occupational license Museum No admission ss
h now hack: to normal again be board was somewhat cagey about. knocked him against hit daughter '' of original painting and sketchesby I' maid and Mrs. Mcrlyn Brlht.'WllICk were continued, one traffic fine charged and the public h Invited : DINNER
writes. The Meyer are vacationing the hazard of noise front the equipment both falling/ to the grams U S. Navy and Coast Guard bar operator all at Carver w. imputed and one traffic bond For non-memtwrt ol the society The annual Martin County His

In New Jersey for the summer. Brown and Mrs. Tillman were artists. Garden. Gladys Turner, secretary, estreated; and sentences were tie- who wish to make a cimirlbuiHm lorlcal Society membership dinner
Board Chairman
CONTRACTORS COnE u, Henry Kind- by ambulance. Mrs. Tillman I public will close Sunday, Aug 30. Last Stuart elementary fancy and disturbing the ,..114:.. the door. day XI: 24.Double.

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A public hearing has been set I Tom Clements j

by the County Commission at 9:30 I II : Bill Greene Chevrolet Company Expansion Planned I Value

I ajn. of Sept a .contractors'to wonder code.the adoption The- On Program. I Want Ads in

cod would for
provide examination Stuart News
*, qualification tests and !licensing. Soil MeetingThomas Bill Greene Chevrolet Co. will square fed cornet site. The forty rear. The entire new area wilt be Bill. Greene; ( "hevrvtvl" Co.:: opened .
celebrate lea tenth anniversary next I by-lli.ty.fOllt building will be separ. fenced paved and landscaped., In 'IV34 in time 1 lo sell the IV)3 r 1 1v.
4w month by showing 196' Chevrolet : lied/ from Use present structureby When the ..,....... wale .Is I model. The new faciliiwe are ..- .... Care. A Truck It
E Clements, .indian from expanded premises, stretch/eg/ a driveway and will include: an completed" the Stuart firm will p.etarlac be ready to greet 1965 -
Tale TwistingBy town district supervisor h to ep* north from the present building air-conditioned customers' lounge .have the large ('hevrniet facility Chevrolets, which Bill and Mike I
! pear on the program of the nine- to the corner of Colorado Avenue and an expanded. pert, department, in the Chevrolet Tenth District: Gene and 'Henry' Gunn Jr flew I 1951 ENGLISH FORD.
: JACK JAMES ecnlh! annual the Florida Assocalum I and Kindred Street to make for one-slop Chevrolet which. stretches: from Delray I to Jacksonville' see on Wednesday Good running conditionand
ma ,..LtI1MII': of Soil and. Water eonaen. + It I A new Dixie Steel 1 building will shopping. 1 ber. will be display Beach, I to Melbourne with the Aug 12 The three were lire*. Economical trans
lion District Supervisors at. Sarasola be erected shortly by Sadler Con. space in front of the new building tollvtitJO of one in West : elated al abet they saw, The public portation. 1200. Call 2'7.4'A)3. .
! A thing that has been on my Thursday i uructiofi, Jac.. on the "11.500 and parking for customers .in the I Palm Beach: j CM see the new muddle Sept 24. g-J| ((58))
mind for some time Is the little Charles Sipo, area speech. contest I .
who told me of the whipping winner, and Lee Cases Jr..l I Mrs, Aaa C... celled.. to
his father gave manager of the local office, are i toll M .... eke mid her car
turn when he was also attending. | Ike samlet after the above
caught removing I III appe.wd fa hit week.
some beer from ,.,....
the refrigerator : Lat W** (. MtMrI

IIfClto. He said he dNlnl I r_.tree 11.k roe t.iahaAs. I ,..,.. year .........ettbg
have a chance toexplain II 11 fa ... Stansrl New* wa4 ndResMavlNw _
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o; be was .,- 14ntneejsT. .. ... I, s yes are gctttogsVistMe
oonr trying to ...... I z ac n I '**tf _y" worth.
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find some milk. Lisa'i'i} IC' .AN'Asa. b
Listen young people, have patience /1 : n MAn ike regMlisr. sew k*T Vtrsduv''
.. MsMsrt New wH ke ... at
with your parents for M many casesjuvenile 1'.r. s fw wink U., I
M rknrie Im the Snndny free'
dcliqueocy .... no age
unit The best way lo stop a weed fT ITIB ,"dl w.<..* law w.rn C 4 r i r'' t her aa>d MsWbd. ks all MarMl ;
rKLKT .
A.M. P.$ A.K.Ae. r r .
from weeds is Goofy fakbil fufc 1iea.Liuu't
putting out more togo ll9n1 gas. I .
after the roo( Two wrongs dust AM. it .e m tM 111:
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*A Tm STUART (ITS J NEWS norMa, Augint 20, 1964 MORE ABOUT ti ? $$1,216,402 Split ,i The Meta of the fund are held

I .a.... J A ( r In trust tt> provide relteement Income -
Back I to employes: to addition ,,0
'It's the Lap' Series to School Among Employes social security benelm

For 4,000 Here Chain Nine volcanic stood( comprise
I Kwik-Chek chain.
I Not Knowing the Law the Moron

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Can Get You a TicketWith i writing able In and math literature.science More, creative mod :v H:, Kwik-Chck$1216402 Food Store ui have year-end received Businessmen'sLUNCH

ern foreign language are being I profit sharing bonuses, accordingto
thi issue. The Stuart News offered conversational Spanmfi 2 f; x11 '9' .1 .a a. S. W Evan, retail tore operator .
begins a !series of traffic law reminders
'In cooperation with Chief will be Marled m. the third, grade r e i 4 t. et of the firm's Miami division.
and both and French will I made to
lesse! Taylor and the Stuart Police Spanish The distribution war
Department. be taught in junior and senior high .371- eligible employee e* liteWlnnDi
schools Vocational education -J. Profit Sharing RAdiAl'
I
Under the heading "It'l The being expanded, and JiI\ whttlw le the
ment Program.
Jaw, will be found each week a allsctOllls
that 97CTown
Mceive new emphasis cash payments K i is estimated
law clear which statement is of a Florida violated.traffic I and will be extended. through St rt / t $2.000,000 will he altocatt.1 lit due
frequently
junior high achookGuidance artjcipants retirement aewunts
Frequently these violations are counselor: wilT be h Ii for the finma. fiscal JW which

of the the result of ignorance but on the" part. wr I available to every itudent PHysl I ) .. -, ; LA,:;*, _ cloned June 27th. House
motorist, since ignori # ; : cal education, fine arts, special Each year sine tlJ44 Wtnn'
of :
the law
excuse no r ;
one education t of to
the and in expanded adult Dixie Has sl aisle* a portion
series Is be ,
to run to informthe US.1 Stuart
uninformedTo .. education program we all part of fits for dhtnbdtiw to>> qualified ,
the total curriculum Lunchroom* Alt el the
employ
begin with ITS THE I tanpOY Come Try It/
that a vehicle LAW and snack bar will .be open, again firm who tt>M completed five ,
a must not be parkedon this year, "providing food for students 1 htstIl years* servfe participate and are (Closed Monday)
two-way public thoroughfarevuth and teacher Bus routes have not required, to eomrikate. any
the left
wheels next to the
been set to Mart Mon
'i I operation on
curb In other s
words you're likely : day, Aug 3t. Some change have
to a fine if you park on the left side
I been made but itudcnl who are I
>f the street SEYMOUR'S INN
at their regular last year Mop! will
be picked up by tome bun.
Afire .'a Orientation program for white I The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks I
To CHIEF Of POLICE. teacher will be held on Thursday, '
Solve *
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20 the Martin
Jeese Taylor of Stuart AuF; at County Weekdays 10 I.m. til
Store
Drain Senior 9 CocktaU Uwg and Package Open
ProblemMartin High Gymnalonum at b
>< ..... 'to
a.m. with Thomas L Crook, super Sunday 1 .
County Board of Public would be given' by Hupfel himself Imendent, presiding Member of DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER 11
Instruction\ agreed Tuesday right and Mrs J. I. Craig on the south the School Board, school: trustees, *
to help alleviate drainage problem line of their properties. the Mayor of Stuart and the Chairman 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS
in a flower growing area "if of the Board of County Com J BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAYFRANCES
adjacent property.. owners will also! FORT PIERCE ARTISTTO missioners have been Invited. 1
cooperate SHOW TIER WORK Devotional will be presented by
William Parks, accompanied by Rev Francia Dickion. pastor of w. .
Walter Hupfcl, asked that the board An exhibit of paintings by Trier- Hobe Sound Presbyterian Church,
give/ a fifteen-foot easement along ese Knowles of Fort Pierce is and the kpcaker will be Dr. Louis KIWANLS SPEAKER Tom Husef! assistant to Jack" Horner of the Flood Control District, shows iANGfCRD'SJENSEN )
the north hue,ot .the high school scheduled at Elliott Museum for Camp, chairman of the Department the Stuart Kiwann dub a map of waters in which the manatee may be used to destroy weed
property: for a drainage ditch to Sept 1 to 20, Mrs. Knowles, a of Curriculum and Instruction
lead into A culvert under State native of France, has had her College of Education, Florida! Chomp Up Half Mile in Three MonthsWorking
Road 76. works displayed at several Florida Atlantic University Hit topic will Rl GER
He said that similar easements galleries I be, "The Career Teacher: Vision oot

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lion on service to Martin.County Proving1To
school and a time for general question Bum OX THE INDIAN RIVER AT
and answer will "ha Included. MARINA AND VILLAS
Milan Restaurant Short meeting of the Credit Union, I LANCFORD
the Classroom Teacher Association Be Answer to Weed Control ONLY
: and principal I will "be held In DINNERS
:
Beside Our the afternoon Facultie wilt i meet COCKTAILS.
Regular Menu e OPEN AT IJH FDR
In their individual schools .rt Fri. The.fact that the manatee; or I clothe came to the attention of The animals that make up the DINNERS Dully,Seven Day a Week* to 10 ,.-.
OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL day monUng ,Aug. :21, A hud- tea cow lives exclusively on water I Florida biologists inI960' throughan r district's team range in size from C LUNCHES DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER
writing workshop, scheduled at the smallest which measures seven
plant may be the solution the article in a British nature maga .
Parker School on Friday afternoon problem of weed control in canalsof I.,zine..It told the story of their,use feet two inches in length and i SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES ON MENU
at t:317.: < and a guidance work the Central and Southern Flood near Georgetown, British Guiana. weigh 335 pounds, to the largest
Genuine Italian SpaghettiMEAT hopat 2:30: for 'elementary .Control District From that beginning the project I that is eleven feet long and weighs I "Where the StarsMeet" *

teachers This was brought to the attention developed to it* prewnt'ltatUI.. 2,170 pounds.
On Tuesday,Aug 25, third grade At present the flood control district
SAUCE PARMESAN! CHEESE of member* of the Stuart Kiwanis -- -- --
teachert meet wild Mr: Dorothy Club last Thursday by ThornM spends $160000 annually for
GARLIC TOAST CHEFS TOSSED SALADNext..to Fritz, elementary Spanish teacher, E. Huser, ,senior administrative weed control in its Canal A*'the
in Mrs. Anita Wacha third grade assistant with the FCD. He quite district expands,'this amount it expected
room at Parker SchoolOn ably represented R. R. Jack.,"i to grow to $500,000 unles CORAL GARDEN BOWLING LANES
Bowling Lathes .Jensen Beach Thursday. Aug. 27, teacher; Horner of CD who was originally a more economical method Is
are Invited to Fort Pitted to the scheduled to make the talk found.
exhibit of school material, and! According to Hustr. a team of If use of the manatees' ,proves
teacher aids, to be held from 9:30: five manatees, waa released into successful. it will also aid m restoring Home KING of the LANES
a.m. at Dan McCarty High School an especially (fenced, weed..filkd Florida manatee population OAf I
CONTBSOUS ROM Gym half-mile !section of a canal near which was almost depleted
nl .. Iil5 1 Negro teacher report to indtvUdual I Port,Lauderdale l In May Within by early settlers It, i II said that the "" lIe"HOPIN' "
filiIi// FRIDAY. SATURDAY school on Thursday, Aug. 20 ; less than three months, the huge animal flesh 1 ia quite tasty resembling -
and SUNDAY and the county-wide meeting win beasts had ,cleaned the area of quality beef in flavor.
--- -- be held,.on Tuesday, Aug 25, at underwater weeds.and water hyacinths Several Kiwamans stated that I WON'T OPEN"
9 am. at the Carver Garden They have recently been they had seen manatees in waters
11'edne.sdayand Thursday Junior Senior High. A faculty tea 010"111.10 another section in the Stuart area one' was des TOURNAMENT
Olivia De Ilaviland will be held on Sunday. Aug. 23, The huge mammals, which are cribed: as being at least ten feet
at 3 p,m., at East Stuart Elementary I native to waters of south Florida long Muter! estimated that one of Entry Fee $1.00 Nickel l per Frame 1tI
"LADY IN A CAGE"Friday School at which timer Felix A. the West Indie, Were capturedin that length would weigh nearly a
Williama will be officially' welcomed i dt ton. '
the Miami River, by marine STARTING MONDAY AUG. 24th
,
a* the! principal I biologists of Miami Sequarium.
and Saturday The district meeting of the Florida They were transported to the trial Gilbert and $dithRouse THRU SUNDAY AUG. 30th 'I\
State Teacher Association will
PAUL MANTES BARRY SULLIVAN feeding grounds m huge hones lined "
be held at Roosevelt High School, with thick foam rubber, and ChildrenReturned A NEW TOURNAMENT STARTS EVERY MONDAY _
,
"Robinson Crusoe "Stage Coach to West Palm Beach on Wednesday, .filled with water.
on Mars" Thunder Rock" Aug 26. All Martin County Negro I Huicr showed a color movie that Home New Trnmsamevt starts every Monday. New Ctnttat every week \1
teacher will attend thit meeting covered this operation ,and stated Prize*-fun. designed for Mr, and Mrs. Avenge Bowler. Ualque
Registration for all Junior and that little is known about the life Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Bouse and Rule Bowl until you have Bmtt of open frame then quit. Yen
Sunday and
Monday Tuesday Senior High School new students history of the manatee, and whether -,sons Tommy, Dobby, Mike Donald get your score through that frame.krglrr .
PR iittsci CORPOMTO* I II being carried on now. and will it will survive cold spells of Johnny, and daughter Patricia
'w Kfff TKf >KMCH continue through Friday Aug 28 winter as well as be able to live in have returned to their home on 175-189 quit after Std open frame
Any other itudenu who hove not Stafford Drive after spending the
EXPLODES fresh water the around.
year 165-174 4th
Reglrn quit after frame
TNEMWTMPMTANT 'registered may do *o on Aug. 21 As a result, the VCD has made summer 1 in Nashville I Tern where open
Any student previously attending I a contract with Florida Atlantic Mr. Mouse attended George Peabody Keglen 150-159 quit after 5th epee fraoseKegkra ,
school In Martin County In automatically University,Boca Raton.for College for Teachers on a 149-under quit after 6th open Mme
WS5IOII registered for the coming I'of the life history of the anima National Science Foundation scholarship
Of THE I year and further research on the weed. Not 10 mba more Hum your limit. High seen takea the a* WAI I f Registration! for first grade students eating project. A sum of $34000ha While In Nashville Patricia was art the strikes you get thai cemts. It'. the mine that yon dent
Parker Elementary christened at the West Nashville -
entering been alloted for the work r
I School for the 1964-65 year will The use of the manatee to destroy I Cumberland Presbyterian Church. High Average of the Year used. i
be held next Tuesday through FrU underwater weeds!) and bya- This church \is Edith Bouse'lI
day Aug 23-28, from 9 a.m. un- I childhood. church and It Is where
T til 3 p,m.. In the principal offwr i she and Gilbert were' married SPECIAL BONUS -
mL hIruI ftu1NiIBr eimru:inn Parents are reminded that theyare Oct 13. Veteran's Day, Nov 11: Her parents, Mr and Mrs J. T.
L required to produce a copy of Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26 and Pagcl. live. in Nashville and were 3 STRAIGHT GAMES WITHOUT
COMING SOON: their i chiU birth cirtificaM when a 27; Christmas Die 21 Jan. I ,delighted to have their daughter $
the child I II registered. inclusive, mid-term. Jan. 22. workday I and her family near by during the A 1IISSVINS 50
rwaiuae. Holiday and work days duringthe Jan 25. FEA or work days : summer.. They also' attended Gilbert .
COMING! e raP 1964-65 school year will be: March 18 and 19; graduations, : I twenty.fifth- high school. reunion
Labor Day_, Sept 7, work day June J and.4. In Johnsonburg' Pa.

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John San+on, seventy 'seven of T akeh bf Depth) by .j'.e s .;tc Palm tsWch: has been grunted/ : ,
CamJpi AVe. Stuart, died at Mar contract to install a\ hum wiretwee I
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Memorial HbsnMirtnw edNesdy i -.. nt Fast Stuart I 1"It"IU.'T1I&r\:
: Angus C )Matter. so s+1I'Inin' ,, .M"t School (formerly Stuart I
(k.Augr 'I-. afr an ellt .1,, } tuninu I I
ndd. W. lltd. been a resi- IMian" Kivfr Drive, Eden, in'I IMbnd 4 t F l lit rA School), Hw lirmt hid of "J::
dIM' here since W22 y. Af l7 irt Jt Pierce| 1 was low thru
at* wit emto I rv' I Il Iu among rintinj, ta I II
at a MkrfMMth by the Memorial HlnpMtl I after art eMfkUd \- r 'f\ SID. rry
.19.12Corp| until'' Ms retirement 1 i iff***. He had been a E' "'tJ.i:w
I rnUMT 'since I 18m, coming: from
Gr aVc g de !strvtcen were held at I VnewganHe ., M\RTlV, COI'NTVS'
JSrrn Hilltin Cewctery Thursday WM r nmenr pli) grosv'ej'" and OSTSTOPBOOK. !

All,. 13, at 4:3tt( .m. wJ Rtv a ODnmetsfMT flnfiwrn**!. He at : BlBtRnnd I ;: I
Sidney teixhM tr% oW' toutgrrgatibnat
Lowrie, Pt Pre Man'I 7 '
Church of Stuart, officiating! ; Church' / in Eden and the Community 'RECOR'15' Show ,,. !
J'ohna Funeral Home was in Church in Jensen", ; }
charge of arrangement He m survived "by four sisters! VALENTINE'S
Mrs \V I-t.: Tucker of Bradington; ,
ADOLF IiERTELAdolf : 'Airs. Barbara M. Person of Eden: i ROOK AND RFCORD't110P! I1f3STO'N'SOFFICE
Mrs B tL; Hnsey1! Merrill Hand )v> FAST ocrw at vn. FOCWMENTOsceoh I
Hertel. thirty.rwo, of 404 and Mrs. tf: D: Fulton, Stuart He C'IcIftd A1F Day Wednesday*. AvraM }
W Commercial St, Jensen Beach, also had several niece' and 1 _____ I 287-239,
tiled at his home Tuesday, Aug; nephew __ -- --- -.
Ih after_a_ brief illness, He was a He' wan a son of the late Captain __
native or Jensen Beach and lived I John Miller, famed boat' !builder ___
there during his lifetime. He attended and pineapple l (rower. who sow one 1-J1
the Jensen Beach Community of the ongwiaJ settlers at Eden on ,
Church; the Indian River

SurvivOR include' his parents: Service* were held",at' the t Con*, M'ARTIN'COUNTY'S s sBiggest ;
Mr. and Mrs, Frank A. ,
Hertel two munity /ansen, at' IIam \
children Frank A. and June Den on'Wednesday.,Aug 19,' with
ie., air of Jensen Beach, wae'.L
three the ReV. Newton, Twetdv pastor',
titters' M",. Lawrence Tatum of ofTidatMgBarihrwM: in'A1fSaints
Jensen Beach Mrs David Durkeeof I Cemetery tinder,direction of Yates
Boulder Colo., and Mrs, LaBr Funeral Home. ,
<3n Ramcy of Palm City, and one 3J ,. 1
brother, Andrew Hertel of Jensen IrR"'P.\'Dcm I 4r R P I
Bea.:h.
I Elmer Padgetr.' 'seventy-sir, of
J Funeral services ,were held in Loop Road. Palm City, died at his
Johns Funeral Home Chapel I at home \Yednesday .evening, Au,. s. ,
2 p.m. Friday Aug 14. with Rev 'I I 12. He wa a native of Ofcceoin ,
Newton M. Tweedy pastor of the County and had been a" residentof
Jensen Beach Community Church, Martin ,county since' |(9l) I
officiating. Mr. Padgett served under'Sheriff
Bob Baker il deputy sheriff for1 I
VKI'OR.O. WILL many year during Sheriff Baker'sadministration i Il AdvertisingBargain
Victor 0, Will of Hohe Sound, when Martin County 1 l
was then Palm Beach 1I
died County
Saturday at 8:30: a.m in St I
Vincents Hospital Cleveland. O He was a member of the keenans: CLOSING OUT the $180,000 City of Sluart revenue certificate I 13, at an average interest rate of )1' per cent The bond Issue, i
He is survived by hld widow Mar ville Baptist Church, at R:'cnans* issue at Orlando' are Mayor Ray Cooke, left and City Manager secured by Florida Power and light Company's\ franchise lax,
taret A Will, and a ton Robert stile.Survivors Joe Crowder m the Orlando office of Leedy, Wheeler and A1le will he used for the, current street improvement" program. It will '
V. Will, both of 'Hobe Sound; a are his wife. Belle of man and Company, who purchased' the bonds Thursday, Mfg result In eight miles of better streetsCompletion I'
brother) Randall, of Palm City, one 'daughter Mrs
Penn., and a sister, Mrs Gertrude Ralph Green of Swart on* brother Dodge Has Orders to 'Finish; the Job' i II I
Powell of Cleveland Burial Sol Pafdgett: of Okeecltobce, I
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CIURtES tDWaS'ILIIOS'\ Okecchobee Keenansville Scoring, ortd Mrs., and Mrs.Bertha three Mae Rhymesof grand johnsof :r City Plan Is Promised II

Charles Edwin'Wilson, seventy- children

one, of 200 Seminole Street. died Funeral services were held In Stuart city planning on and Advisory Board that he would con completed will' he: a general land. worked on the planning h.t'4Ctn'! '
Aug. 18 after a brief illness: Johns Funeral Home Chapel Satur off but mainly off, since I960, is centrate on completing four phases' use plan, an updated major' street IV5V, and 'I9A1/ 1. but Dodoe told The Stuart NeWs
He was a native of Burlington, day, Aug, IS, at 3 p.m, with Rev.' to be finished up in short order, of the $1 l,200 contract, which the (plan, a revised recommendationfor the PAH Wednesday thut he had
Texas and had been a resident of David Waldron J'll1II0I' of the FortPierce it was announced Wednesday city signed with FDC In 1959. by rezoning, and a neighborhoodplan strict orders from state and federal
Stuart fot, over twenty yean There Gospel I Tabernacle officiating Richard Dodge, community the end of August. and the entire of what' Is presently in existence authorities to finish the /job. (Thursday*))\
are no known survivors. Burial was in Fern Hill' planner with Florida Development contract a month later -

by Funeral Harold service will he conducted Cemetery ,Commission! told the__Planning_ The first four phases' to be At least" three* planner havf MR! < IVAN TAYLOR and
Johns American Legion -- -- ----
Post 62 of Stuart Graveside nerv- JAMES BEARD ISA LEADER: IN' rilK"' ,
ice will be at 10:00:()( a.nt. Thursday James Beard sixty.four of Hibiscus : RESCUE; LEAGUE: lit,n: '
Privet Pennock? Point, Jupiter., Civil Defense Is Alert to I
Johns Funeral Home
morning. is
in charge of arrangements. died Thursday and was buried Saturday We inadvertently J omiiied the The' Martin County Free Press
I
of
afternoon at the Jupiter name Mrs. IvanTaylor from (hesiory
Cemetery. Services were held at ahmit! the Martin County I
The 800000 buildings of New the! Northwood! Funeral Home Carry Out Disaster Plans Animal::! Rescue league In lastweek's (Sunday*) ,
York City are represented in a Survivor include: his widow, ; : News She<< Is a member' of I slit 4 .P e ra -'J. r I
scale model the bred of directors
at the New York Agnes; two IOnS Arthur of Mon of the lea j| :

Worlds 15000 square Fair The feet model coven rtstown, N J, and. Donald of Wal By AL KF.ATON l Agency, In Accordance with slat cmion as nude by the County : ,Taylor ue. Furthermore pracjically Olive run a and rescue l Ivan' Cbll AT 71550'forSHIFT( tt'Ratc!, I '
nut Creek/Cajif; a daughter, MissAnn .
I CKU IMraw Dim** and county laws and natural disaster Commissioners byIhe County league of their own having been .'
A new fiber olefin, is i derived Beard oil Jupiter; two ai.ten. la I I
from I I Miss Ethel liard and Mrs. Eva I The Martin County Civil De plans designated as the I Civil Defense Director. kind t to homeless animals as fur I
petroleum and is very durable I tense Agency i is prepared W meet agency: W coordinate: county I slate _buck a* memory gncih. .. ,
Parrish. and
This may make it practical a "brother. Fred all I and and federal assistance In natural I _____ -
out the
to carpet bathrooms and kitchens I of England. Rev, T. L. Harrington of carry In Hires responsibilities of disaster disasters and charged with the responkibiliiy -
officiated" at the service.In government
with made of the fiber
rugs in accordance '""with federal, state to: I

The longest" period in the United -, the fifty-four years from 1901 and county laws" executive orders Issue official warning and designate .
Slate without rain lasted 767 to 1955 the population of France and disaster plans It has in the past hazardous zones
days, from October. 1912, to November increased front 27,000.000 I to 43,* two months taken the following Advise and urge elll/ent I toevacuate
1914_ in Bagdad. Calif, 000000, steps to insure an operational readiness threatened areas
condition of all county agen-, Provide means of rescue and
ties and Civil I Defense.. volunteer; : evacuation and direct: these meansOrganise -zT
Your NewCliryslerPlynmtith Organizations and auxiliaries' and coordinate all government .
Met with Red Cross officials' deportments anJ'allf'nelel'
tb learn of their needs for assist'ance in emergency operations
from local Develop procedures to insure
government agencies I
i for natural disaster operations rapid and accurate accumulation b
of disaster information and leans'mil /
Called and held conferences this Informal to (the stale I
DEALER OFFERS THESE with heads Civil Defense Disaster ControlCenter
county department and : ,

OUTSTANDING VALUES volunteer sonnel to Civil review Defense the staff county per' Evaluate natural disaster DRESSES ,
!
-WHB VALUNT natural al procedures'disaster plan and operation age cultural to ,local and' public cattle facilities, dllm'j: :: :

I.Ju7 BEACTTFUtTtN, flMSII"$tgJC lOt'tJ( Reviewed and updated all re'ltrsrrces dairying In .the event and other we do food suffer a "
\\'ITIll\IAttiING INTERIOR Plu. Tax located in the county,
in In the county, government, disaster I
deemed essential and I
necessary for will be coordinated f:
the county to meet minnni/e andto from operation the Civil Defense Emergency I \ COOL, COOL, 100% COtTON 1
SPORtVXUANTcownmBijt I from
recover quickly damages!
1964' $2'A55' that may be suffered in disaster, Operation and City of Center Stuart: where officials county will I PRINTS, KOLfD's, FI.on'A.tsr: ;

DFLDXE INTERIOR ruiXv FOUIP.. PluaTac' I Met'' with volunteer short wave have the means to maintain com GrsoM (tics STRIPES liVHRYTIIINOtegular '
s ?
radio service group to review and munlcation: with all emergency I \ !1
Watch for our I update1 plans and operation pro force operating in the city and'| :
j
I eeduret oooimuniiks in the county
GRAND OPENING Advl\etJ.1I county and zone All weather reports writ' I
1 directors( or service: to assist. Red from the U S. Weather Bureauin ; ( $$2.99 !I
Cross In preparing for and carry Miami' will be evaluated by the I wI' .,
Stuart Chrysler & Plynidlilh I fog out their emergency moontttbiliiies Engineering Director anal his assistants I t
'' in their designated storm ant where deemed necessary
1215 DIXIE CUTOFF! DIAL 217-41W, I shelters. will recommend to tile County I

__. H___ __ The- _County_..Civil 1 Defense Cornmitaioa, actions necessary
'
|I by the public l. evacuate threatened .
r :u'be' areas. Radio Slating WSTU r f
advtwd of all official I de-, $ i
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WATCH ''been found that can decompose
some of the chemicals used 1 in'deter

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THE STUART (ilL) NKWS 'ul'lMlay' August 20. 1964
j Ace Keeps Slow Loop Lead ,

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/ I -M Schedule Is
41e' RearrangedAce
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< t*"
; ? eked out a 12.11 victory r[ At Stuart:: Aug. 25. loA at Pro "" ..... -,.' .
r | over Pros in a makeup game Mon. Bandy at Jaycees; Aug 27. Kiwaiiis : ...
:; day to retain their lead in Martin I at Bandy, GA at Botndy.At I .j: ;....
I ( uunty Slow Pilch Softball Lea Jensen: Aug. 28, Pro at '. \ .""" "
1 gut Kiwanis Jaycees at Ace.STANDINGS :c'
:
.: I" ) The same evening GA hammered j t rAy .4
.
Tot 1 y t. ,, Jayccct, 215. (to Aug. 17 .incl.) u
.; I The schedule of the remaining W I.
garnet in the league has>> been Aee 14 2
amended a*follows: Bandy 10 5
I At Jensen Beach: Aug. 21, Jaycees OA 10 7
at Kiwanis Bandy at Ace; Pros 9 7
Aug 24, Ace at GA. Pros at Jay- Kiwanis 3 1 1.1
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seconds. of lakes In the desert to a historian, is very read- are given over to the Bay of.
It is a picture of a harsh land with -

a strangely satisfying beauty and of

\ Teachers Attend a durance.people of great courage and en : FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY

The !I neon grows Spy"; (John
Summer School l LcCarre) Two novels of detection
; and suspense by the author of The
'
Spy Who Cam in From Cold.'Oldl.on' I '
{ 'fin,' 'lis Return to TasksIt 1 i'I Triumph": (Anthony I

\ w e7t --
hadn't been one long play I II
period for Martin County teachers ,
and
Fishponds "
: since school Jet out way buck at I I !
e'r the end d May. ,
those attending Game ForageAssisted
r Among summer I II
school this summer were George I
-.. P ArM Yarboro. Virginia Ray J. C. Williams HereJ I
Weldon" Allison Gilbert
,
Bouse, June Bowling. Marcel Cres- I
pit, Nellie Cundiff, Helen Kenni- By LEE CASON Jr.
.
I ;: son, Robert Kostcr, Elizabeth Link: : I I
r Charles Munch, James Parrish, f The U. S. Soil Conservation
Margaret Peterson, Frank Pittman, I Service Stuart recently treated old
-- Martha Martin, Heretics Varvil, and new farniponds for Schramm's 3.T NYLON ALL-WEATHER "42"
Jannie Simmons, Gloria McHardy, I Flower, J, A. Slay, South Meadow
: 'JOE BALAR1M of Coral Garden Lanes presents a check for $50 Alvin McHardy, Gloria Carter Ranch. J. R. Carpenter C. C. LONG-MILEAGE TUFSYN RUDDER
: to.Robert Battermun of Martin County: Association for Retarded Gilbert Miller, Johnnie Shaw I Underhill, H. E Jenkins, and C. I a

Children representing the proceeds of a frankfurter party recently Ernest Varvil, Mary Thomas, W. Scott. TUBE-TYPE BLACKWALL $
: held at the lanes. Entertainment was "Songs of Yesteryear" by Everett Price Alice Frey, Gertrude Bream and bast will bo given to For B
the owners by the U. S. Fish & Willys and older moduli of
Skellenger Evelyn Ho, G Ste
Carol Crowder and Joe
Mazzalla with' Nick Fonda
: at the piano. Ford
,
.. la Leckebimd, ROller Chancy.: Ina Wildlife Service. Guidance with PIYDlontJa.ud. Chevrolet.TUBETYPE .
I Malone Walter Peterson, Carol fishpond management will be received 'I- 'basyt.: ..las lad std lire
Schwartz Ella Brukel and Eli J. from U, S. Soil Conservation '
Howell. Service. BLACKWALL $

GOLFNew Those traveling for credit this Howard Martin District! Cooperators g tot Chevrolet,Ford, Dodge 9
McMillion, Norman
summer were Lucille Nelson andEsther Hale Hudson, Nssh, Studebaker .
and
Max
: Martin County Golf & Country Club Bergitraesser. Other teachers ditch Rashkin restoration recently completed ; Plymouth, Rambler or Will,..
practices .,.
: traveled to the World's I Fair, I 21.plua'OUDd' old I !
ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD on their farms. Martin District 'I
Tun right Just before
I eroding and ti> the mountains; some went TUBE-TYPE WHITEWALL '
: New abroad, and all are coming back Supervisor arranged these services $
Bridge to Beach
in cooperation with the Soil Conservation For Chevrolet
with refreshed minds, ready to Ford Dodge, III.7S
NEW SUMMER! RATES make this the finest school year Service. and the Agricultural Hudson, Nash, Studebaker,
.. Martin County bus ever had. Conservation Program. Plymouth Rambler or Will,,,,
COMPLETE This
Greens Fee month District Coof'ICfI101'1 *
'IS pliu tax end old tin
r i 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50'i Two Dutch firms have collaborated Lee Kim Poy. Minute Milid.We..cbury '
Farms, T. TUBELESS
F. Clements BLACKWALL
i ,. ... .. ...... .. .. ...... in building a huge pontoon and White
'" ...... ..._ ...... ...... derrick designed to put 156 concrete Belt Dairy will make Pot
Cbsvrol.tDodglFord.I $12
I food and cover plantings for ducks,
-' ELECTRIC CARTS pipes, each 1M feet long,
Plymouth Mercury,
dove PonHic
and quail,
J II Holee ... .. ..... ......... $5.00 into position for the foundations soil Improvements.forage planlingvand Plantings! I Rambler, Studebaker Willys.
9 llolfs ..... ... _. ...... ... 3.0QMEMBERSHIP of a bridge in the eastern Scheldt Include duckmillets, Texas millet, r..I.f n I."*IS phu..nd old lire
River in the Netherlands. I
i l, wild marigold, wild peanuts creeping TUBELESS WHITEWALL
: fi I Nuestem, and slgnalgrasa. Materials
Martin ('euaty's ONE: SLOP and For Ch vrol.tFordPlymouth, 14
MEMBERSIIIP guidance are provided
INITIATION nit 100.00 I"
Dodge,
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP _.?.. 80.00 I HOOK BIBLE and by the District. SCS and ACP. b1aStndeb.k.rotWdlys.Mtrcury.PonUac.: Rsm-

i I DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .. ._ ....... 100.00 RECORD Shop is.., I' Soils maps and firm photos for ACKw AL4SS 1..U.r.b a u plu.f.a.nd.1"Ile
Wesibury Farm I. P. O. Thomas!,
DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF SHOP VALENTINE'S Dorcas Flower Farm 3, Roy t1 NEW! DIG CAR SIZE
MIXED DRINKS AND. LUNCHEONS Hamilton, and W. J. Malhevxi. I w

BEN HARTIG BOOK AND:' RECORD: SIIOP have been received. They will beused I ,TubnM TOUR ttCKy AT POPULAR PRICES> I

PRO MANAGER 287.22274r 319 EAST OCEAN BLVD. by SCS technician Canon and : hKL TUBELESS BLACKWALL
ChMd All D.y w......... (he cooperators in preparing over .
all conservation plans for the lutIcr. Coodynr's All-W e th.r "42" 15
.-. Th. District will furnish helpto tire for Chrysler, D.Soto or
j ) the cooperators with the t technical OldjmobUe.
CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. : educational and financial NO MONEY DOWN! I ...1..JI..w1tft

approaches to applying the conscr-! TUBELESS WHITEWALL
i vatHMi plans.Infornnstiun Free Mounting I
EVERYTIUNC FOR YOU BOATING PLEASURE" f For ChryiLr,DtSote or Olds-
about
agricultural
program, practices and problem.,, "N o U .t"Guarantee! ) j mobile.AltO Its may popuUrsUtlaaMtgons $17

__. ; AethorliMlCHRISCRAFT !!'' and by writing publications Martin. on SCO be P.obtained O. Bo\I I m*MM* *.".."IMM.AnoN-WlDI..O M MM M MM"."M."fMM"owMttimi.- -- ., -.,.n--t.., .I' sw...... _....wtl..

; 1234, Stuart. 1*!L5.sear"*"'*.. ...*. .**.. _mal suns tmt act M*.
I IAfDloaII--.
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SKIfF ,| ew..n -- _,_ w tMtrtu rMl '.. U

JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER 111 NDuwuwsOAI : 1 t10MEN'S TWO TlflARK: : GOLFIn tier.Mlu. ley...fII.AI____m.__seem N a read_ ... NoM seta'N Y SjsHS. po 12 Months To Pay
I I w-_"Ge.fer Pnc.r
I Tuesday's play of the Lady i ... . . . .+ . . .. . . ...
.
; .. ...a..re.f Golfers Association of (Martin . . . . ..
:!M3>OOATIRARlR!' I+MAL1e1R County, Etta DeStefano and" Nina
ACCESSORIES King tied for .low net over eighteen ,
i holes and Edna Dane and Gertrude NOW COMPLETE BRAKE
I IGRUMAtAN WORK
r;,, An SERVICE MIR hll" lied in the nine-
hole competition.
I
MARINA STOP IN FOR FREE SAFETY INSPECTION
AIR OMHIlONUt: : HJt.MOR >
AMERICA'S FINEST LINEI I :: HIGH OIHCEtd

440 ROUTE 717, RUMEN5CN BEACII Higbee Electric Stuart wsuccessful
bidder at $400 for :I GOODYEAR SERVICE
air-cundiiioner to be totalled 'by STORE

_.J ...... the school; maintenance derut-I
mint at the Junior High Schoolre
y I u1f1o..... "'ere two' higher bids. I 257 E. Osccola Ave. Dial 28742424A



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, ADVERTISEMENT BUS FOR JR. COLLFCFLEALS ; Junior olUgc II leave Stuart if thcv with. hr picked< up at the TIIF STUART (FlorWa) NEWS
I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. STUART DRUG Drug Corp ... wr ot FlagWr Texaco Sljlmn M I s I and Jen, .d IhurwUiy. Auyust 20, 1964 6-"-,
IT TlIID clan I'r CotRT or THR t'lulntlffr or l'I.ln"rr.'' .ttorualet BrGINMNG: MONDAY I Street and St Li,
%!1'U y0H I 'I"-TIVH COLNT1'IN, Ihlllhlt..onn"" "w..r Au. Htuait a... 'Ouahter.etl t. "Viol idol., P. 0 The but for Martin County. morning at 7:15.:l Monday through driver will be Orlando! Wright 9hI + NEW ENGLAND HAS
T4TU Of' II'I.ORIU\. The dowrlpilon f the pro. rt)' Friday, beginning Monday, Au$. ir I HURRICANES TOO
14.. 3Sal proceeded' iinlnut l II Ivtatrd In Mar lItudtMm attending l Indian River : ,
24 Ecu.
Jennen
: .h OLDTIMERRITES
AulJfD. : students
,
'> Ion( County. Florida, and i* mon par may
WIUlM'l: rawrMe tUularlx" drairlbrd. a* fnllowa LEGAL ADVMTI""*M'NTIV OF OLU TIMF: r R.V George P. Urquhart, who moved!
arlft., 1 Lot I. Blink 44. Palm Olu. ar. teCALJJDN HmSCMtNTMil .
-- -- here from Rockville. Conn., elevens
Plaintiffs Ivw ordlnir In the Ammdrd Flattllrrror t.VI'T' -- --
Till TO MT OF THM Lawrence tWill. Bt.lle Glade
flli-d .Krhruar IT lilt .OR 'UR1H i : 'U R' IIP I's I III.|(' lit:"\HI\U i months" noted the hurricane
IX)1?IS AKVIO a nliiKle 'manHBRBBRT I i and recorded' hi Plat Bo..k P1. t.M f.11.'I..:. tll.U old timer, hiu| l published a {, o.
HPAl'UHNilind "lira II. Palm lKh (now Mnr II IM' POUR'TIC. I TO MO. W HliM MAY l"tI"'I'" HNt: I "hook. "A Cracker History ofOkeechobee information which wo'
:
DELLA DHALLDINOI : 'till l i'..iuntI'l. ... PublU Nance 'la h, '' .l\iii that tha warning
IS" flHllVHI! IHH: KXIATK!:! ) .
.. ,, .. ., ; : t .' carried In last Thursdays Stuart
I hi.+ WifeKKLUYN 1 Record.Thl I III- Kt>\\'.VHl> L.IKI: :. 1 H aid of Count mnlwlunnla. .t iiuluJinj. many piDMT io. '\
C UURTII and null'r ..rnil HhHll >>i. iml.llahrd ., aaed, IOK I Martin Count? I Ii Ida, will ,tso'l"t.1. them "The News Just to assure us that Florida -
.
WORTH, bin I wifeU : : In .she HIIIHII' a new.. \0"-10: : 01. "Irl"';' r1PT1 'fit ulillr i I heailnvl ;: the; hour :r P ISh vignettes among" f
.frndaniaITKK r paper .publlih In Stuart. Martin. t'UR t.'lt u. 11105 II t11UN : lIr aa ..i,. .n>aft<.r n. thaI i Sag ot Pi.\ Bill. colorful fcher- \' -1 ;' "J' ant the only area where hur-
)< ': OK M IT Count. "KI"Mda. once. er.ry ....k I tt%Mt ixillNotlp matter' ran bi: I lo ..:d I' on the aIhd.y iff of Okcechohe County in the '" canes are a hazard, he brought/
IroIIIL4Iet Ht1 for four conatn'utlt* wvaka. that PlnlNational ( HvpiambarCounty l, al the Martin
la ".rM) lv n (the
... I da Its available at Mv album which pictured
TO: ORKKRatD at muartFlortda. Court" In Kltiart. flw.. boolteajmg >s an
: : ; I Bank of Smart ,
I'l TN C,O"'ORTH i and ), rI". Florid: thli flu day I ha flied It. final "Wrnj rld.. to ronald' .. he adopt'I I..n of a the local museums and at Vat's ay.t V ;l 't. "t' ;p jvages of the great New England]
WORTH hi. wife. of Au.uett 1aIrtRrvfHlt.. M.. Coatractara 11nb +o provide for sits \ ,.. -
aa rrutor of the Mint of RrdL4rb II : I hUrricane of St. .. 21, 1938, whicfyIcfl
U tnarrlad. PtBRCIL Cl rk of .. d..c.....'<1., that It .... (lladu aiamlnatlanllcenalnc .:" :tllflcallnnx. act Book StoreIt "
You are hanbtlvan nolln that Clroult. Court of Martinoun uatltlMt for dl..rlbuUun and for of +: ,al inmlra" t >ra I InHda ,: unparalleled destruction in its
a Complaint" to forarloap' morirwra (' ,. or final dUcharannd: : that on 11 *VH- Martin ( I\:. \.I. and :invld-I the V S. De i .:t' .. wake
costs! Treasury .
haa been riled acalnat >ou In til* Ot'OHLAR :..IO' At ember leiIt oil) iipply \ Inr for rte nai .r,' dmlnlmriitliinTTEKT : "
?JWVi.na f f"M. .""" bx 'ft 1Y=" Honoraal 6t.nu i''Mry. Jr, tounty unfnrremant :; I Ienrorrrntant .rr altlum for 'M partment about I cent to print a
Plaintiff>, Pnu1 I t). Comb. and J.r- fir T. t1tOHTERalIt Jud" of Martin round' VI..tlda, +. oede. bill of denomination.
*n. B. ('"", b.. hU wlf, the Konaral P O. r>r a.ur It. muart Florida fur, awroval of x.ld I final returapend "All Inlarvntrlli 'tutue5 i are untied any '
nature of which IK to forerloaa CIK lIT (HURT ,URAL) far an order or .Hlbutlon, : act attand and 6 I heard, :, ,I.I Martin County
--'.... up.n I the .below daacrtbdp Pub: Au,ruai' It. i*. foptember. 1 for final dlaoharti .e uxnut of :, .
.... .rtv. > uu are required.. to ill. the will of Bdwat! I U-hr d..a.a 1064.atd thli l II h day if '\"IfU-t. I /'Tg PINES I .I ,. I I SchoolsOFFICIAL
your A..r or other |>I adliur topaid : Auauit t-U.
Mr, and Mrs R, E. Beach and '110.\1U' .
Tumi iNlnl on or hofun (In nutday KIRHT SAT ION.\U BtMs iK onT I
or Hcpt:. mber, 1561, oth<.i Hlpprocaitd and Donald I'K KMRT ('U\I\I"'lnS&Rte" Oh I (;: Stand Tall
family, Sylvia "
lire all..tlon.. 'on'al."d III .urh spent I Hi H'I.ASI'l > MKHUBI-L \I\IITI\ COUNTY I
lInpl.l..t will h. t.kru. II ronr.eed .- Sunday in Indiantown visiting 1 with 7in TIll" "rll.."r. Kxnulor KU'ltll t V I '
by you. and Phu ","." Ill tho II H\nHY f mm Ply JOIN I \t\nni SON, 1" nt' In Florida'sFuture i iI
r\ paitiHurh Anow"r '", friends. They returned Sunday .111,1, ..n., r"r, 1'avllt.n' \'b (;seamen I : 1
other plcadlnv mUll b.. fit.d with I, night to their home t'.t I" ibh 0(bill 1 ." Aiiru.t "till. > I
the Clerk of thla Court and a "I"1 temporary in I'"h .n nd, : AUiu"' I and Kit I f" 'I.OTIIY I TilAnnual 'R. I'I'Tk;! I !
thereof mint b O nrrv.d .1, Naples. .-,. 'I I
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SATURDAYSPECIALS I' STUART POsrMSIFR 11 l>r of Stuurt serves as his own secretary The

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Birmingham Back in '41



STORES Stuurt's i"poktniusur, Robert L The appointment\ IS |XHtmaHter
r We.... I It a native of Alabama cam: In March: IVA2, after serving!
where ho got hit first Job with nearly a year as acting pomtmaster

the postal service as a sulmliiuie There is a Mrs. West' Dorothy,

Short SIcccSHIRTS VINYL LUNCH KITS clerk In the Birmingham oltwe.Th.t alto a native of Alabama and a : GYM SHORTS

was In February IV41.. daughter Sharon, seventeen, a senior .
Na -a 4. lulls.r laaaat
With the Hurt of World War In Martin County lltyh' !School man aa .aaaaratu. fl. I laU

WITH I 10-OZ. 1JOTTLK: II he got Into' military service In Sharon K a co-edlhvr of MACOSH, ... ..ll Ill. wabt...1.ki...aw....bw Oftl.. awvlartkl. !..!. 01.-
I .1D Army Ordnance al' Aberdeen the schools anminLBob ,Italal. .l arl "klya. AH el.' ...

., r Proving, Ground, hid Hd Is nowa serves as secretary of the $2.99
1 member of the Naval Reserve! 4th Dihlritl[ i I, Florida! Chuptir. Nil'

\ Assorted plaid ktripes and solid r Unit in the Stuart area tk nut A'*t>clation of PoMmaatcrs I MOORE GYM BIX1CSESUavaUia

'p. p colors line quality Cousins wah N "1'c i rt' Bob, as he is best known !by hn I Ibis district I I comprises thirteen I Far: pea, IIs t way.tr.': rtlkla aularlaMSr : eat.
counllet in stuith FkYlda I in which
friends', came to the Stuart post ..
tom. *4>Ulk All ala
'no Hear Assorted collar boles ? '' ; ,.,..r.Slua office as a clerk In June 1V4X, Ma there are acveniy-wven post oftice J1.99GREENE'S

6 lt> It!, was appointed swuHlurtt. pontntmtcr
in IVxembir' IVlfj under I'twt- The coin of Athens were first

mauler Ralph W. Hartman, Sr? U> have a distinct design on both
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PfI ''t. MiMrWW. Hayeood\ ita
: narw of tm CJaB i. Mft., and agrfeatf
They Join 164 Taaehete, P/ftiofrmfe',. Administrator of Me (ended)
HiMemnnoatis ; at'

Thirty-four Ngw' Teachers Are Added College" in Wisconsin College, the Stout Universi State l.

toThe tty Southern of South College Florida Mrs and Hay Florida good


has School been. and assigned she and to her Warfield family

Staff of Burgeoning School System will M residing in IndiantownMr J 1.F

Dorothy B. Teter, a nativeof
Ottawa, III, attended school in
PtMthttrf Jwtfor (Collttg and At the present she retridtf iri a. newcomer to the Martin County I Jensen Beach and graduated from
Thumbnail i ClMUbiV frv ,.wnr rftilMU L'IMrt UkU new Jupiter/ Schools, but Is returning after a the Martin County High School
fro BrtVsrar else Jamet W Hopkins!, has been an-[ two-year leave Sho it a graduateof i and Florida Southern College
hill. been letliMai'r ar IndfalftntrC signed to Murtm County Senior Treadwell High/! School Mem where she received her MS degree.
SketchesThirtyfour School( She and her hWiHend\ High He is a native of ClarkMort l, i phi., Tenn, and of Memphis I Mrs' Tetcr joins the itinerant teachers .
Allyn, are living at the R'ldjfe Apartments Mm Weigcl High School Beete, W. Va., and She has been assigned to the Stuart ''Klcahdl.lcation. She will be working
new teacher will i will he ae( Parker School. hold a BA degree in English" from Junior High In the English Dc. county-wide
join the 164 teachers!, principal Mrs, Mabel M. Chandler! a. native West Virginia Tech, Montgomery ptirtmcnt I I David L Anderson is a native of
and administrators previously! in of Dothan Ala.. ,in, a gradual! He come here from Nicholas; I MI* Sarah F Shaw, a native of Stuart and a graduate of Stuart Mars'a Mars'a
the Martin County school system i of Houston County High School County W. Va. | Fayetteville) W. Va. and a graduate I' Training School and Florida A&M
where school reopen Monday, Columbia. Ala.. and hold a OSd4il'e Mrs Charlotte B. Wilmoth. another of Fayetteville High School University, where he received his
Aug. 31. and seven former teach. i from Alabama College. native West Virginian comet holds a' BS degree from West Virginia 'I' BS degree He ho been assigned to
en assume new function I MontevallOi Ala She has done here from 8ri'll0W./ Va. She was University and an MA degreefrom I Booker Park, Elementary School
The newcomers arc: I graduate work at Auburn Uni born ,in Clurksburg, graduated Marshall. University. Hunt- Indiantown *
Miss Josie Belle Bowles is
Mrs Phyllis P. Ifcvin. a native verity and Birmingham Southern from Jancsville (Wis) High School ingtotu W Va. Mis Shaw will be: a native
of N: H.
of Martin County and graduateof and comes here from Ramey Air and holds a BS degree from the guidance counselor at the Stuart Lynne ands gradtf
Martin County High School .Fore Bane School in Puerto Rico University of West Virginia with Junior High ate of Littleton (N.H.) School

and University. of Florida received She and her husband Robert J. majors in English and art She will Mrs Ella J. Clark better Known Wcstfield and Plymouth, Mesa. Teachers She College Mar, .
comet to
Chandler, will be in
her BAF degree lit elementary rending be the Martin F
teaching at Clarli
County to most folks as'"Mike" Joins from "sw
tin County Hartford, Conn., A
stuart. Mrs, Chandler will he teaching

education She come here from Senior High Stuart : :
/ Junior High/ stuff this year where she hat been for the
teaching
Tallahassee! and has been aligned at Parker School. John W. Tetcr a native of Mn. Clark comes from Vermont several
She been
to Jensen Beach EWinentarjf Mm Rosemary' A'. Lamb, a new BloOmington. III., and a graduate where' she graduated from Whitv past years has assigned heard
WF That from
i Warfield School I "MOMHATI.L DOT" plea youngsters is not at the home ofA( John E.
School She and her husband; J. addition to, the Martin/ County I of University High Normal IIIholds ;. field High School and received her
325 will Willie J. Thompson is a native of Sadler Jr, 51J South Akron Stuart Croquet helps" pass the time The boy) shown.here. are.Jimmy
M (Bo) Bcvis are residing at Senior High facility. teach a BS degree from Illinois AB degree from the Unitetsityof '
Seminole Street latin and French Mrs. Lamb I"I Slate University and an MS degree! f Vermont. Mrs. Clark resides Stuart and a graduate of Stuart i Gray Gary Sadler Steven Baker and Bruce Sadler The Sadler boys have1 regular chores to do as"
Training School. He received his
of native( of lllmotn, but, attended from the institution He hat well as games to play according to their mother.
"
Mm Joan F Weigcl a native a same with her husband:, Dale social BS degree from Florida AAM: University !- ,
New Jersey and a graduate of high scJicvUl. Warwljjc. .RJ,She done!) gradate work at ,fhe Uni studies teacher at Martin CAOhty ,! Tallahassee and has done -- --

Fact Rutherford High School. N :hold a DA Florida degree and from the MA University degree verity of Florida Hit special in. High School in Eldorado Heights graduate wort In this college Hehas ate study at, Palm Beach Junior signed to the Stuart Junior High Stuart Junior: High hack to MartiiV<
; of tcrest is and
J, and", Trenton State College. a music exceptional William 1. Moore a native of i been? assigned to Booker'JearE '
College as Mathematics teacher. Korth i.a is County Senior Fliglt; Alviri' MC
:
J received her BS from the nameInsiufltion child educri6a. Hit hfis been aVsigned
:Trenton. N ? She has done 'work Jn the1 Junior High Buckhunnon, W Va.. Elementary School Charles E Todd Jr is a native of graduate of Bradtnton High Hardy from Booker Park to Carver
education. graduate to Studrt
degree' In'done elementary work a classics at Brown University, R, I I. M I Mr* Ann C Crook is not realty physical education! staff at Stuart I Noel F. Rood has been appointed Jacksonville, earned his BS degree School and the University of Florida Gardens Junior.Senior High
She hail graduate |
------------..-' Junior High. He i I. a' / to Stuart Junior High School In at Bethune Cookman. Daytona where he received his BS Gloria McHordy from Booke
Buchannon High School holds aBS '' the math department. He u a nativeof Beach and his masters degree from degree Park to East Stuart Elementary
degree from West Virginia Jupiter where he graduated from Wayne State University, Detroit, Old faces in new places" will Felix A. Williams from Carver
Wesleyan College, and hat done Jupiter High School. He received Mich Todd has been assigned to include: Gardens to the principalship oEast
graduate study at West Virginia his BS degree from Purdue University the Carver Gardens Junior.Senior Carol Schwarz. transferred from Stuart Elementary, and Doro
: university Morgantown Lafayette, Jndr.and hs|; High School as business education Hobe Sound to Port Salerno; Charles thy Fritz from Port Salerno to
FLOOR Robert J. Chandler comes herewith BD degree from' South West Bap- teachef Myer from Warfield to Stuart countywide Spanish itinerant ?
'' his wife, a teacher at Parker, list Seminary Pfff' her dOne gratlu-, Bruce A. Korth has been as Junior Hight-/ : Dare: "Maru, from teacher.
L1'OUT and ]joins the science staff at Stuart < ---
Junior High He it, a native of
SAMPLE H : : Moundville Ala. a graduate of
Halo County High School, and
holds B9 and1 MS1 degrees! from
'Auburn University, Auburn; Ala: . .
He has done graduate study' at Another'First atf the .

SAVE' UP TO. $lOtl.( ON SOFA! : BEDS here Birmingham from Puerto Southern Ricdwhetv He comes he Bank o fStwn. :::Y ...:..: ; '. i f///'.. r;TT; '.
'
tat been teaching at Ramey,, Air I ", i, ..
Force BaseVincent to i'i'.t: \ ',.. ', ,
Limited Quan'tityFirs' come first served. ,,'o/ \
J. Navitsky, a native of \ .
Philadelphia, Pa., is a graduateof ,
Illustrated at left '
West Philadelphia High School .. ,, ,...
.
and holds a BS degree from West : >
NYLON FRIEZE Chester State College and Mid "
an ;..J1 ; 't"
from Temple, University He will > :7cz7 .
s, : Smart modern, tjHng' with full be helping the coaching! staff as -J 4 '
., double bed size foam matheas.u well as leaching at Stuart Junior ,7
Avocado In color.. High "

Mrs Nancy M Colcord &,na
'
WAS 95
: $229 tive"of Oury", led:, resides with i.
her. (family in Fort Pwrce Mrs
Colcord of East t ,
is a graduate f I'
Cary[] High School and of Vatparaiu .
149. ( University Valparaiso' Ind, !:

where; her c>: pOtT.PT.torciV t. ;/,..,. .
In math and seance She has been ,
i : '
assigned to Stuart Junior High \'! ,
: Mrs. M Rosetta Fritz joins the : : ,
LOVELY staff of Port Salerno Elcnlentary "
School She is a native of Cynthi-.
ana, Ind, graduated from Lynn.
VINELLE stile, (Ind,) High School, and re aLc'A
ceived her BS degree from Indiana
Terb better than genuine leather State College, Terra Haute, Ind.
washable, long wearing. Full Mrs. Fritz and her family have : -
I double size bed, foam mattmi. purchased, and live at, the Rain- .
how Motel, on South Federal 1/.1 ,
,95 '" '
WAS! $249 Highway
tits! Marie L ruice, a native '

of the New University Orleans, La.of Maine., Is a graduateof OroiMuMe : ,new four-plan at the Bank of Stuart 4 >.!

$169. ., where she received her BSE *Hn
degree She has been teaching hi "
Maine, but look forward: to living :. These are the services Stuart People have : 1tI j
In Florida She is residing! In ,I

KING SIZE Hobe Sound and will bff. teaching, asked for. and deserve and our bank ." '"
at Hobe Sound Elementary! SchoohMrs. r"
a Nellie P Kennedy' a nativeof -. .' ." -" O em. ,,,,, '
i \ EARLY AMERICAN Centralla t graduated: from Normal is. ready td supply ._
School Ithaca College Florida :
Larger than double bed al/e. Solid ,
where
Southern College", Lakeland
rock hard maple l consln\ctlon. she received her BS degree; and ; .j/ I
.
( a" Early| American. Tweed coming. from Woman's College, University( CAR
of North Carolina where she receIVed % NEW
W,IS!; $369.95 her MA degree She comes, 4 H'
here from Fort Myers Beach and FINANCING I. (
i-il -j Okeechobee and will 'he" teachingat .. '. J '" 'Vt, t
Warfield School In Indlantown.
269. Miss! Jane F, Bird; also a teacher
this year at Warfield school.
Indiantown, come here from Port
Myers Beach and Okeechobee. % INTEREST ON S YiN'GS"
She I II r native' 0( West Orange
SOFA-SLEEPER THAT N.J. a graduate of Port Washington 4' .' .,
High School,, Long Island, COMPUTED DAILY '
and holds a B!%degree from Florida ;
Southern College, and an MA
LOOK LIKE from Woman College, Universityof
SOFAS North Carolina ,
James W Herndon returns to "
-- the Warfi ld School at Indiantosvn ; P1V* REGULAR BALKING
y MADE BY FAMOUS after a year's graduate study at 4 .
..
the University: of Mtamk He I Is a I
: '- native of JacksonVIlM. and* graduate -'i HOURS NOW BAM to 4M,
of Dunnellon High School and':
the University of Miami, where. ,gar!
; r he received his BE degrw lir ales .
amison. tN r '
J mentary education I
Donald U Famtl It! a native of I
.torporate. [l. ,Alien Utica. N Y. who graduated from I II I ANOTHER: SlItVICr XftVOtaCD ONL''A1' TRW RANK STUART -a j'
High School In Monlabello, Calif CtST6MERS' h HOURS ., I

We. and received 1 his BA degree from' 1 Now*V r "........ to JIM. v..
Mexico City college Meixeo. He ,
: b design that nwlrhes Individual roonk requlrVmenUUVtnf fVDI.\ (i\) hal done graduate study at Rollins' ';", tR Gl LAR B\\KlVfS: HOURS DIW'E-IN WINDOWS <
Room Ptejronm or Den VerMille coverselection O I illU College Winter,, Park. l7e hat been Monday Thru Thursdays HO: am to 400: pm '7:JO ara to 6..00 pm
assigned to Warfield School Indiantown. Fridays 9:00: am to 7M: pm TJOam to 7:30: pm
let yon harmonize the room color theme SehrntiflcaHy jg d ff., .4 Ik.. wren tllM llMHPIMT ,
constructed Jamb.|.... Innrnpring! nuttrcw provide prtio..1! ant M..*.pr art Mrs. Ann J. Harks Iv a native : galuntayr 900 am to Noon T30 am to NoonBANK "

double bed comfort, rkrtklim, Foan mattrem $.... 1 llnil. .:.v- :toMlM irUtw, rwbsa of Jensen" Beach and a rraduattr of

Deep Foam Rubber or Poly Urethane" loans seat ea alone, sirs S.I. 51.vfowlnf.,., .l. Bacsbane jjn I. Martin County High School. She "
concealed front nil and richly cuohltMed. Poem .back ..,.'PP.. '; the flnhhliii touch to Lu ry.QIJ.IICy comblnn" ..... I:WM !Ia ....., fa* .... from Florida State University fctw. '" 'I. ,
doll that wDI sustain" of MrdiM.ROWELL Harks is a new comer to- tM OF g .
for
your pride owMnhlp yeah .. ..
to conic! teaching profeulon this year and ,.,....... .1-LIMItM"
has been assigned to the WarftttU --
School: in Indiihtown. STUART

"The Rowelllock"' Franklin E Wells, a native of .......R FOICt
Fulton, N. Y., graduated from
PHONE 287.0804FURNITURE) Fulton High School. and received "
:- hit BS! degree from Otwetp, Start
L Teachers College Otwtgot N. Y.
CO. He has done graduate study,at
$yiacane UnAvejt',, and at Cort- '
bind Slide.Teachen College both "
i Hi New Yak He and KM family

OLD DIXIE HWY., AK W.. 2nd St., STUART *w revJjni u, QapJcnvbwr( O'ttF'AnatlrenwBoul.VMd.SRugr.. .'Iorlda.t
Ing come here from SCbut..... Its
ha been auigned to Warfield



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T..Mill...,. Seodra AUf II MMKHI from Jaefctonvilte returned- Fire And AntbutanceHuns ...arrana'e.u glr..ta... Martin County Roy THE STt:ART ffiortda( NEWS Thursday, Assail 29. 1964 7.A4

.**.* like wasnI6 itg with INDIANTOWNNEWS Made ---
Saturday
Hobe
her *fcr aJ her fa.My. sad : Sound News lit Navy Root Camp -np i iMRS.

Mrs. ..vee W. Savage The fire department. report MRS. EVA: Cl\rPBELI! Three Martin County youth

EIH Sower spent tM weekend one fire and one aasbaianu..1B Correspondent S46-3911 have begun basic training at the
this week both to Book .Paak.
with hit parent and familv bakes, 111
Mr. M"'' DOROTHY Me,ULKTFBCemspaodtiit The fire call( was Saturday. Aug 15, wawaan.wwrr'1nNgsnta.a.etg Naval
SoW ii working in &11\\\00.1.' Training Center Great-
where the family rcMitevi before "'.1551 at 9/45: pm The are Bruce M Huh<.k. Jen-

tho moved here 3' 'rrMR7P s" .a ita __.._ The home was owned hy Hattte NewArrivahIn ... ......, and lame I. MeKttftea .
I -- Mae Williams Walter Loual was a oil Pout M. Gdhtri *. ., Swank
Chip Jerdas ,rn visiting/ with his living there .. the time. the' atne-we k twining fawtudtt
yandtnotfrel in SuhringYrRIEvlll4D" I Bridal Shower The fire department repotted the Hole Sound M""a( arfamtatKHw awtery ami oxgantaatkw

fire was set purposely Doth Booker teamanshuiv. ordnance
'Last Monday Park and I Indtanumi* trucks answered New arrival in North Hobs and, gunnery, military drilU fin aid 4 I IA IyM
the call. Sound an Mr and Mr John knd> survivai. !

The ambulance call was Saturday Pace, Jr. and family They have' During die training I\I4Iruitt recarva ,
Monday night Aug 17 a bridal Aug I 15 at I 11.10: p.m. It was built a new home Ilk,", Me waterway test and interview which: .
shower was held at the Civic Club to the homo of Fkmsi Allen of at 7th and' fin, A... They determine their future assignment\ ,
In honor of Cindy Johnson" bride- 4th Street, Booker Park who was chose rfrbe Swind., says Mrs' in the\ Navy Upon enmpleung the ,
to-be of Douglas Craton. taken to the office of Dr. W. W. Pace only after spending" three' they\ are assigned to sere h t 1 I I'f
The refreshment tablu was decorated Win in the Indiuntown Medical year* canvassing the length and program for technical training II
i I with fern and white wedding Center. breadth of Florida looking for just' M to ship" and station for on-tho
i bells", with pink and whiM this spot ,Job training in a Navy rating
I baby hibiscus around the punch' BACK TO SCHOOL D.VNCEThere Mrs. Pace a lovely blond ladY specialty. I
I bowls. The huge cake the 44
was in af
"'xay Darkling personality and ready
will !be buck to-school
center of the a Secretaries
table
wit, insisted I hdd not enough to
dunce the Civic Club
ENDE at Saturday
i The table holding the gift was hike
to down
the ol
paper mimes
t
Xi'ItOMJ 'decorated with a huge umbrella night Aug 22 sponsored by the all her children. Consequently. I J Meet on Monday
Teen Club. The "Aristocrats
a
filled with pink and! white baby rushed down and another
bought
OWNEASJAULTWERB.Z
well-known radio band from The Stuart .
hibiscus! and fern with cupids filled ream of and recorded Ih.offoprinll'l Chapter of the National
'I with mints. The favors were in. Miami will play The dance will paper Secretaries Association (I International
names Ji follow Chris! ,
begin at 7:30 and will closeAt will hold .
dividual 1 pink rice bag tied with p.m. 19 ) its monthly
; Augusta 17. Susie! 14: Ann
12. The dress is school clothes.
white ribbons." I !nwetinf at the Committee of 100
I 12.:!: Worth. 9; Elizabeth 4, and
The hostesses were Mn. Charles I The prices are: members" stag Hardy. 2. Last but not toast come office\ 203 Wed Ocean Blvd. Mon.
I fifty ants: drag -five cents. 24.
Hayes. Mrs. Martin seventy day. Aug; a
Nygird
Pohn U who i in 21. John and hit
Mrs." Hal Craton. Mrs." Douglas For non.memher.a., !seventy- The program will feature Miss
I i wife Lucie. have been living at
Craton Sr.Guest. five cents, drag, SI.00. Ages thir- and the Elizabeth Thalman the' new Mir
were* Mist Gail Craton teen through nineteen are invited hero maintaining First mango facet grove tin County librarian, who will dis-,
along Ave. The
Mr*. Charles Johnson Mrs. Rich for a swing, n evening with a swing I, Junior recently presented the I. CUll reference book and procedure

OrrMt ard Chadwick. Miss Cathy Johnson band Paces Senior with their first grandchild for their use"' All secretaries in I I
FORMS Mrs Earl Enckson- Mrs. Pat John 4th John and tucie Martin County are. welcome: to
CASUALTY"' T Price. Mrs Charlotte Gamble MrV *. Mrs Tereasa Douglas had as her will bo attending Indian River come and get acquainted is1 M ILIAu
str \ C. Caveny, MM Floyd McAl guest Tuesday through" Thursday Junior college this fall.
lister Miss Juancll Prevail Mrs. Kounpe Tiny and Bobby Urnh- ROBE SOUND TRINE:
"terSURETY. of Olecchohce The Pace are from Orange I IN MEDITERRANEAN:
Frank Prevail Mrs. Ted LOIIt and grove
;
'
Park which It near JacksonvilleMr .
., Mrs" Melvin Waldron. i Marine Private First Class Theodore

.
Pace he that
? regrets
$OND Congratulations to Vickie Slocum says .
Those not attending but tending Pinkkton Jr., son of Mr. andMr (
business reasons dictate
r.y gifts Williamson, !. who will celebrate her thir children
were: Faye .
rw- 4 ,return there to get the *. Theodore Pinkston of Hobe
Mrs. Homer Wall..Mrs. Joyce Nor- teenth birthday Sunday Aug 23. I back into school He hopes that Sound recently participated in a s "

BILL BERRY AGENCY chie man.Co Mrs.,.. Mr Robert and Mrs.Lowe John Mrs Neit-Ar- Mrs. Wanda Prevatt and Miss! I he may be able to arrange things tea assault, landing in the Mediterranean JOINNK: JACK executive director of the Dairy Council! of Smith Florida, will be among _
Juancll Prevatt so that they will be able W- make with Battalion Landing the speakers at a pre-schonl coufcrnte of Martin County teacher August 20( In the Stuart gymnatoriuni -
629 COLORADO AVENUE Mill spent Wednesday
ner. Carolyn Wilkes Mrs.
their permanent home in Hob Team 2/6 operating with the SiKth Mrs. Jack, of Miami will' health. and nutrition ;
Edwin McAllister and Mr*. Grady in Belle Glade Thursday Mrs." Row Fleet in the Mediterranean present" education materials which are available
TELEPHONE 287-0964 Smith. Armstrong. Mrs." Prevatt't mother Sound. Welcome to Hobe Sound! Me at o received special instruo' .... to"the schools through the Council and explain the council'_work of promoting good health.' t
returned with them for the week- -
tlbna ht and
MEETS mountain climbing
YOUNG GOP aUB
end. The Prevails also had a* guest rappelling and
Mr and1 Mrs." U. K Beardsley and I .. helicopter( raphel Amateur Radio
The newly formed young Republican ling. In raphelling.: Marine climb-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH children Brian and Beverly of Clew- Club of Martin County down a. rope with the helicopter Club to Meet)
iston who came for M,*. WandaPrevatt'a U. The
met Thursday Aug pre.posed hovering above the ground, and hit SOCIETYBusiness
birthday dinner Sunday. constitution ami by-law* I the ground on the run ready forenmtat The Martin -County Amnteur ,
STUART, FLORIDA were accepted by the group withno Physical conditioning, Radio Club will meet Thursday
Mr. and Mr. H. E. Adam* and changes made. Dale Mahta. rubbef boat training and hiking Aug 2ft at I p.m, at the home of
ton, [uaene. Dennis and Darrell, chairman took the constitution with likes ranging from three to I he earetaker of St Joseph Academy
Commends- returned Sunday, Au,. It from and bylaws to the slate 'edmUon five! mile, were also part of the : Jensen" Beach.Ihe .
Alabama,. where they were visiting meeting held at Key Blscayne. At training exercise.UIILUM Women to Hold a' fall program will he dlscuuod too
relative this meeting the local group was and Wet Kramu will show f-
PALM CITY BAPTIST CHURCH accepted wholeheartedly into the lUim ARE a (film t
Congratulations to Janet McAllister State Federation of Young Republican 110ML RUM FAIR District Session August 23 Visiting "hams" arc. invited to ..
and its pastor. Rev. Henry Tat urn w ho celebrated her sixteenth *. attend and all A RFC- member are
birthday Thursday Aug 20. Mr. and Mrs. William Hart and 111"to& attend since hurricane
The next meeting will be held On Tuesday Aua. It, t.t HIC'ct' of the Florida Federation i
-
Barbara and Diana, evening ,,
daughters : Ik
Which will be constituted into the I, when officers will be elec.tcd ,season open officially:
Mr and Mrs Floyd McAllister: Sept. Manor Dr. returned Friday Aug Iweaty-tivtj"nlhers( of the Stuart I Mitt Martha Bunline. of the
and new members accepted.The I ,
Women Stuart Club; will conduct the workshop :3
and family, Janet, Sandra and 14 from their \vacation .Irma!' O. -
Tony, returned home Sunday, Aug club it enthusiastically and the Worldt Fair In Lamathe Club met' at the "home' of Mrs Joan. on membership. Registrationwill CAHDOFllllMMW
First Church Palm looking forward to aiding Republicant Bowl. for covered dish !. at ViJO .
Baptist City 16 from North Florida where they Hart! met their daughters who a supper begin a m.
visited Mr. and Mrs McAllister' In the general election and had been Visiting their grandfather and pool party I --- world |like ti> thank alt of.
paoents. They also visited Char- Invite aD Republican between. the on hit firm' since June After tour. A short buitlnest sessliM wan I Mr and Mrs 1 Donald Weltoti our friend for their many kindncsset \- I
Sunday, August 23rd 2:30( P.M. oh.:He, their daughter, who i II a ages of seventeen and forty four ng the Fair, they drove home down I conducted by tho president, Mrs of North River Shore have" re, and prayer at the lime uf
I senior at Orange Memoriat Schoolof to join them. he east' coutoTR.'INr.n UUa Menmngor, at which: Um turned! from a vacation: trip tlJN.w the serlov. accident/ Jo rny wife
reservations taken far, the and sad our sister, Mrs. tar I
Nursing in Orlando.Mr were York AihrabuJa, Ohio lUitian,
PALM CITY BAPTIST CHAPCLr I ,PFJl.SON\KH i SAN DIEGO I district: meeting which will be jield W hits, sway, they visited friends and and oftr father. / A. Brown.

and Mrs. Edwin McAllister: on Sunday, Aug J3 at the Jupiter. relative, larl Tlllman
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Breen and to
Joins with other chaj els George It; While Jr. and of Mr. Ranch the the J. M Brown
our > > I returned Monday. Aug)17 from daughters have returned front two i on ocean: Jupiter ---- I:
Tallahassee,where they visited! relatives. .. weeks spent in New York and and Mrs. Cleorg* E. While Sr. of. BPW club i i. the busies club: / Cieurgia! oldest. newspaper still J. R. Brown
Rene I, Indianiown
which have become churches Massachusetts.! Mrs linens conv from recruit training recently at gridualed the The guest of honor will \he MM being I published/ the Augustus Ralph Brown :

Congratulation to Richard ment was "it, was!"cold and we are Naval I Training Center: San Dieto.. I -Delia-Rosenberg- -- stale represent- I Chronicle. first' appeared in..1 1785_ U t

RIO BAPTIST CHURCH Oct. 3, 1954 Yodcr who will celebrate his birthday glad to be home. Calif.

Sunday Aug 23. Mr and Mrs. Labia Tally and He learned and haslet ,military law, Guaranteed In
customs
etiquette seamanship. Writing !
TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST
I Janelle Clements returned home son Johnny have returned from and &basic' knowledge of shipboard
a visit to Highlands, N. C- with routine.
CHURCH May 19 1963 Aug. 9 from Butler N. J; where Mrs. Tally' parent. Mr. and Mr*. ,
,
she had almost all
spent summer
Tom Gibson. While in Highland" .
According to Mrs. Nellie Pt. i
with her sister and her family Mr.
I they were met by Mr. and Mrs. : i
and Mr*. John R. Larsen Mist com, eo Grateful for God's blessing, we know the James Black also of Hobs Sound. I sea drive.. Mrs. Ray Simmon" ..
Clement will celebrate her birthday
A nice time was had by all! I w
appointed for
newly captain
best is yet to be in Jesus Christ our Lord. Sunday, Aug. 23. I Snow Case. Terrace ba turned .in her 1'c
'M-S-fWIIrt;:;; ; Mrs. Leon has reunited for that WEAl
Mr. and! Ugbtsey I money area.
from vacation In Vermont T o
Forrest I! Watkins Pastor a spent The Port Salerno area" desper" !
,of Okcechohce were the guest of New York and Canada. -- I
MONTHS
"
Mr. and MM. Harold Douglas! Friday lery need s captain. and workers 15
she said. Anyone who wluhe" to MtLES
14.
.' --- . -- -- -- -_ Aug. David Chamber will soon return take this (oh. ple. .se call Mrs. Pus 11 15. rat
-- -- I
from a M with Mr. and Srml 211-)141. wKi
Mr*. Roy T Balsden of Saluda, Ai1 i
N C Mr*. B-Usden ia the former .- i
principal of Hone Sound Ffcmen Ambulance Service N. Astoria D.wa eld usw ... tJIM art.PITT .. eft

SAVE 72.95, tan School. To Be Continued Al 1 weskit seosd,. N ..... 14'" tIrtto. :
AS are N :
s
SALE! ON THIS SIX PIECR: Mite Mary Louise.. Ctuic wilt At the regular meetlnr of die the yao sasv lit is. fieedl. *M IIIikt lensedIs
be teachingta grade in Hobe Hobe Sound First Aid S uad. itWM m is seed sssd der.rw ?... far 1M" Ii..... :+
s lM1M Nl r.l"'
School replae reported thai a special meeting. M Nle ,F tris "
WROUGHT IRON lug Mrs Carol Schwara who ka of the director *a. called a> decide r !
been transferred to Port Salertt if mar ambulance. should be DUAL RADIUS PULL CAPS ;; I

school. MM Cruice: It e aativ at put out ef aervln during the nontAol 4 PULL 'LY-'" LING. A PtIMIUM !t ; f
New Orleans, and a graduate .t due to. fee lack ef vohateen
August They're\ *Ur, aeevle" *MT. p-Mtur r.*.M... .w
the University of Maine* Her previous to man k. It use finally decided ass rate *ee aew 1 ply t*..*,l...- s.
teaching experience was aha! ,; says Mr*. Thomas dryad CAP TOUR TIM. 01 IICMUiaiTUHTYPI .
In the Stale of Maine. She ie now secretary to leave the ambulwwe V. .ItS. ..
visiting her sli. tee who Urn ia parked at the Jupiter Wand Police

SET'I Sanford. station.. lea procure an extra olko> OR TUIILfllf IAMI PRici'
man to. terve wdot. and oar
Millie Mal cuy wa. presented tissue to. ae the vofcimeer. membua II/sp ....t) Isol4 S siesta 61hU .11 li.,i. NtsH
with another grandchild: try daughter of the squad' aa attendant*. 1Ya1M.lush l sCBep
,
Susie, Mrs. Thorn Smith .* Ahhough+ this involves the. squid fist) NIslC 711s51 71111 .4Na11 fstsl4.7//ssl

Wed Palm" Beach. Little Ms! having" to. pay a salary. for bier .*" male ....,. u.._ ....14 /Naa ,.
Tangerine Mildred put In h. appearance for one shirt it was accepted .unanimously
Friday. Aug 14. and toped aa being the best pto. .
I the scales at seven pounds for the cowNMKMy't good. 1918
five ounce Grandmother Millie A Untative tchedule for die.
I can N found sowing cinaomera asher month of Seplembar will be presented 611WH".I IXT8 A'a!

ILipswF1t smut. spot at the Gift Shop at the Mt .meeting of the h
squad. which will be bed M tile .uo TIRa
#J Mr. and. Mr* Ted Chamber NoN Sound (,... ClaW Aug.

t wife vi wd fct RN Sound, %1. at 7JO: ,." The present ..-
NEVEH-KWT GUARANTEE Knight, formcrfr' Kobe rantmwM cannot be eomimucd, SERVICE SPECIALS i
11YIAR and known to Many ., .*. Miss and for those day* the ambulanceCancct
FOAM REVERSIBLE CUSHIONS ,, 4.' Knight .ia now aunervhor of the be eawveMemfy nnonedby .

CHOICE OF COVERINGS t i i recovery mm at St Marft h*.. vsdunarer driver* and.) .aeadIt 9 Point Brake Special WHEEL ALIGNMENT t
pttal West fate Beads ..... *utt. be eMtelttaty. .* .ftrrvke. OVIIIIZI MfAVY eVTT tlNIN9
SU9.9SJ.PC.
COMPARE AT I I .-e.. aValw*, AH IY FACTORY TAAINia MICHANICt :
Mr Doyle Marls (Ann Oianv nil win be a very important
I Ws
srcnoNAf.ARMCHAIR I bets), IXMMI Knight... Betty Jane meeting fur aO Muad member toancaxfe Turn AN 4 (:
r- Snort deckled that Mr. and Mrv ako aey other* who. may lUMU" ,. A*.0.2695. !
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anniversary should not go unnoticed 'of out IMw Sound ambulance mM* NM Dug PMtfPM 4
1 They arranged a surprise t srrvtee. To are afl urged ta attend. hoe WHO CM IVY
dinner party for them on Saturday Wk..4 li.. AI OUMf Cert AIr C..dlma.rd. n.
evening., invited assay of the* lessee lrt* W Bake WMMinrt Cars Rightly' HIthw
HARTMANLEIGHTONDistinctive friend and a wonderful tune wa A visitor at the Paul 6fabuw : R.ed Tees

had. ** all Nappy nf\'enary.. Thursday was AirmaA ThlrdX!**. M 4 nrtktt AI Web Fatly tin nllltiNG
V.. aced TIIII W F. (tTtaAtw OUter. recently All L.-.r lachrd.d. O.deedGUARANTEED
rctMTtted from a lour ., ton i in I AOJVtY CASTM ADJUST CAMIIII
Made I Since Mr*:Pasd:; Makart. aftlerf Tdrtcy. f Ittf will N enrolled .bi IS MONTHS .
vwtMg fat Ycllowsione Nelwnal Paint Beach Junior College this OR 15,000 MILES a ADJUST TOI-IN. AOJUIT YOI4UY I"
Furniture I i Part fc .baa provided a goUe .*rportuniry > bfl. 1poe.
3iWlf ilWiCustom for Mrs Maha/t( ttso ttwr.I -_ ;;:;-..- Ie toe ..... "..__ ..._... .. _...... ... 1esoas-eq.
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Rods .I Cndtf of Muni to. and Mr Ft FawcMd NO MOUlt" ouitaiT"PANAMERfCAN
Prices come tor a skit. Mrs Mahaa hM >... It. sired.. recMrty wish. iu. sad
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TIlE STUART (Tin.) NEWS Thursday Angiwt 20, 1964IjFtOrld sa anat.? MARTIN MEMORIAL


j ; Well Represented SOCIAL NEWSOffice 11:HOSPITALAug. Admitted: Raymond T"1
Miller Harry Greif, John Smith A V
and Anna Coleman; Discharged: J 1
and Villas ListFlorida David Bishop Dennis Cooper,
Catherine Brmstey, Ernestine Eckass -
: AT 7-1350 MARY IJNDSAY Society Cditor1rrw:4 i '
Bror Ctrlbcrg. 'I
was well represented this Mrs M. L. Chadwick, Ft Lauderdale -
12 Admitted: Elaine Leas- 1
past week at Langford Terrace ; Mr. arid Mrs. E. L. Middle. Aug. : Infant
Villas and Marina. All the yachts I ton, Palm Beach; Wayne W. War her Mrs. Donald Ludlum infant, and Donald J
which arrived, IS well at the major. ren, Tallahassee; R. C. Anderson, son, Fondo Orvil
Karlan,
villa guests, were from Pompano Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Glass, Constance ,; ca
Florida.Yachts Duncan and :
Cheatham, Clyde ; ,
S. L. Carlisle, Eustus; Mr and Mrs.
H. C. Coral Gables Mr. Mattie Myers; Discharged: JoseHayden ,. "
and owners included: Dobbs ; J. D. Smith Charles '.
"Margie B 11[", Dr R. C. Bower, and Mrs. W. A Stockton Palm Green Moor and Eugene //IIi.. I Ii
Maydclle
Boynton Beach; "Princess II". Beach; and Mr. and Mrs. H.
Tom P. Epscn, Ft. Lauderdale; Waueh, Palm Beach. Smith. I I

'Sea Legs", Edward E. Young, Other villa guests were Mr. and Aug. 13: Admitted: Genevieve, a ,. ,_
Boynton Beach; "Mimi III", S D. Mrs John C. Czugh. Westbury, I Kamioskl and Frances Hewitt; Discharged .
Batchelor, Melbourne; "Parry Doll N. Y.; Mr. Larry Smith, Rouge. 1 : Donald Glass. Martha
II", Henry Horschel, Melbourne; mont Quebec, Canada: and Mr Myers, Elaine Leasher, Ethel Per. r
"P-J Charmer", Mr. and Mr. Paul and Mrs. Paul Bnjnon, Cincin sia and Ethel Castlegrande.Aug. I
L. Maddock, Palm Beach; "Reca-I nati. Ohio 14: Admitted: Margaret t
Fe-Reef", Paul A. Douglas Eau' Wiggins, Kenneth Bartlett, William { e y
Gallic; I Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeStefano, Flowers, Jane E. Love and Nicholas 4
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"Release", Edward A, Crawford, Palm City, returned recently froma D'Elia; Discharged: Mrs. Michael 1 try
Palm Beach; "Champ", George B. five day vacation at Montego l Fondo and infant, Mrs. Donald
Champion. Naples; "Starflite", Bay, Jamaica. The trip was awarded Ludlum and infant, John Smith
B. W. Mosely, Jacksonville; "Tom. to DeStefano by RCA for selling l. and Frances Hewitt.
ador", Tom Raffmgton, Bat Har. his quota of television sets ,I ', Aug. 15: Admitted: Dorothy
bour; "Coach House! Harbor", Mr. I" ,. Diggers, Andrew Poston, Mrs. William ,
and Mrs. O. D. Pearsall, Pompano Mrs. Margaret! Newman St. ..... Brammeier and infant son, s); Iry
Beach; "Sea Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Lucie Shores Palm City daughters Mrs. Franklin Cogburn and in- "p'M'
Walter W. Ingram Lakeland; Lisa! and Lynette, and daughter :.' "'J; fant son Thomas Kenny, Robert ..' :'
"Nancy Rae IV, W. R. Graham, Mrs Sandy Moore, Melbourne : Snyder, Raymond White and Alex .> ..
Melbourne; and "Adventurer", and her daughter Renee have returned -I .,,' Lyp, Discharged: Orvil Cheatham, fY,; )..,\ J
Richard E. Bair. I-eetburg. Constance Karlan Margaret Wiggins
from their vacation. .. ,
They ... ..
Villa guests from Florida were visited their ton and brother, (' \ ." and Eva Jones '- ,.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wackenhut, David Newman, stationed at Fort : :l' '. Aug. 16: Admitted: Martin .
l'
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. McPherson, Atlanta, Ga., and tour t ... Blanche, Herman Mosley. W. ''
Pfeiffer, Coco Beach: Mr. and ed Atlanta, Mobile and New Orleans :' ':' : : : Scott Miles and Elizabeth Allison; ,; ,: :.;" .
Mrs R. D. Tobias It, Palm Beach; ,; ( i '.' :: Discharged: Raymond Miller and
Mr and Mrs Sidney Fagm, Miami; Y fw Thomas Kenny.
JEAN
: MISS DONNA SNYDER
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gustafton, 1 Americans have a choice of 'r I" '\, .. I Aug. 17: Admitted: James F.
Ft" Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs, Russ about 200 Ice cream flavors and Jr 1.. ..., Patton Esther Burrows and Mar.

Craner---,--Ft- Lauderdale; Mr. and-._- more are..added__each. year, __ .,. d'; ; ). -., t.' }.. t' "., Duncan guerite Basbl Harry; Discharged(Jreif, Harlin: Clyde Gil- Donna Jean Snyder EngagedTo

.' ..of'.. ,. lespie and Mrs Franklin Cogburn
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I ;. I '.' "" ,)4""tr and infant son Sgt. William E. Beatty

FINAL DAYSOF BIRTHS
:.t: tM "' ;.w4' .... .. ..,,,- ..i.- _.. W..... The engagement of their daughter of 1963, Beatty attended the local
Donald
and Mrs.
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OUR ANNUAL AUGUST l.1.iARANl.'EtlfJl: MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK: IIOUK Ludlum Aug. a: to Mr, and Mrs. Donna Jean, to Sergeant William high school and is presently stationed .
son;
I Michael Fondo, E. Bcatty, is announced by her at Fort Carson, Colorado
: Aug. IS: to Mr.a IOn and Mrs. William parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Springs, Colo
Anne Marie Willis and Frederick Ut Houk
I Brammeier. a son; to Mr. and Snyder, Fourteenth St. Palm City. A December wedding is planned.
Her fiance's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Cogburn, a son
Were Married St. Anastasia Church Mrs. Sam Cobb St Lucie Shores, The Periwinkles hold a covered .
at
The Cup has been won I Palm City dish luncheon at 12:30: p.m.
by Australian or American ten. I Miss Snyder Is a graduate of Thursday Aug 20 at the'Masonic
Mm. Anne MJri< Willis and pearls.Matronofhonor. I A wedding breakfast and reception nIl teams since 1936. I Martin County High School, class, Temple Osccola Street. All East.Rub1ll's -
Frederick W. Houk were marriedin Mrs. Jean were held following the
30% to 50% OFF a double-ring ceremony Saturday Tuohy, Fresh Meadows, N. Y., I i .
Aug. 8, at 1 11 a.m. in St. Ana aunt of the bride, wore a street- Restaurant
AH Sale Final No Refund. or Exchangee stasis Church. Fort Pierce. length dress of aqua chiffon witha I
I For her wedding trip to Miami 117 N. Zed STREET, DOWNTOWN FT. PIER E'
Rack of got dresiw Broken .un
bow hat.
The bride 'is the daughter of Mr. matching flat aqua Beach, the bride chose! a navy,blue
toddler through to s2.8 9 $110 <7QQ and Mrs. Thomas P. Willis Fort He bouquet was of pink rose buds. 1, sad white suit with white accessories '* r j
Formerly S2.911 ... P 1 1 fOif Pierce, and the bridegroom the Miss Mary Ann Langcl and Miss ; her corsage was a white
Rack of CM play clothe Broken size son of Judge and Mrs. T. C. llouk, Jean Ann Martir l *; Fort Pierce were orchid from her wedding bouquet

I In toddler through tiz 14 ..... .. ...... 30/() OFF Stuart. I bridesmaids.Identical to that Their of the dresses matron-of-! were I Both ,Mr. and Mrs. Houk are

I I Table of Boy wearing apparel, large .*. C 0% OFF white The chrsamhemtuns church: decorations and gladiolion were honor and they carried bouquets I'graduates School and of are St Anastasia's attending Indian High READY. SET .

. summer nt to sire 7. Reduced up to ( the altars of pink roses.! River Junior College.
I Serving as best man was the
Big Bargain Table of Odd and End for Boy, CM, Mrs. Winston Brown organist, bridegroom's father, Judge Houk The bride is employed by her
and Infants Greatly Reduced played the traditional wedding Ushers were Thomas Willis Jr, father at Toru's Furniture Co. and
Children's Bathing Suit Half Price also One Rack music. Fort Pierce, brother of the bride the bridegroom Is employed by the I
Ladies Dresoe at Ooseout Prices: Given In marriage by her father, and Jack Wmdle. Ntusville. Eagle Finance Co., both in Fort
the bride wore a gown of white For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pierce.
I The peau do sole ending in a chapel Willis chose an aqua suit withmatching Out-of-town guests! were Mr. and SEW
Village Shoppe \ train, with a neckline andwristlength
scoop
i accessories. Ike:; corsagewas Mrs. J. Tuohy, Mrs. Howard Schneider
stoves. The fingertip a white orchid.Mrs. I Miss Mary Ellen Schneider,
207 O&CEOLA AVE. STUART
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Illusion veil was held by a Houk chose a dress of blue Miss Jests Marie Schneider Miss
I I NEAR LYRIC THEATRE I coronet. White orchid and roses voile with matching accessoriesand Kathy Schneider, John Schneiderand FOR!
I were her bridal bouquet. Her only ; 4
her corsage was a lavender Miss Katherine Roberts, all of
1 :___ = ._ _. jewelry was a single strand of orchid. New York.fiance .
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# e..aa., Mr and! Mrs. Daniel F. Rosa a graduate of Deming ; ;. ; "
701 Bryant Ave. announce the engagement High School New Lyrae. Ohio, is fq f1
OPEN EVERY MON. AND FRI. NIGHT
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of their daughter Sharon employed by Houdadle Duval, TIL 9Rubin's
to I Lawrence ipri, son of Mr. Co., Jacksonville.: t

Sears : Roebuck and Co. and son Mrs Ohio Leonard Llpr of Jeffer The wedding wilt be held Sept. !

Mia ROM is a grsJuate of Martin 27. .
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County HigSchoul.. Her w Anna i
bliss Debbie Bruncr t Ive-1ear. for the eedrefusty. ... .
STUART SHOPPING CENTER old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl 5e 1....
"I Captain and Mrs. Hal Weber Bruner, returned home recently
I PLENTY FREE PARKING' of the "River Queen" had M their from a month visit with her twin
tuets this week Mrs Kathenne sin. Kirs William Hall Jr.. the 117 N. 2nd ST., DOWNTOWN FT. PIERCEa.A I
Phone AT 7-3373 Fleck and former Ginger
of Mapfewood. N. I. Prince in Atlanta,
Mrs. Mildred Co of East Or&IIJC'I'' Go. Debbie ,Hew by Jet to West oj1
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-'- '1 '. aar.11 I THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thuwday. August 2<, 1964 I-B
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A ; Palm Lake Agricultural-Traffic Agent for Seaboard
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H M. Saunders Returns AmazedAt

Sirs V. P. GAINES ,


I Ph."..'tfi'oi.-2R7-5J6J .. Citrus Growth in the County :I

TO CHICAGO FOR

CONVENTION: H. M. Saunders, who. managedthe mcrce and as president of Stuart ports that Martin County today I
Guy Cromwell will leave for Seaboard Air Line Railroad's Rotary Club expressed' amazementat has 4,000 acres of bearing trees I
Chicago Aug 22 to attend the American Indiantown development efforts the fantastic agricultural growthof :20,000:! acres of nonbearing newly
Hospital Convention. Mrs. from 1944 to 1952 is revisiting Martin County.Ha planted trees, and 25,000 acres of
Cromwell Hill accompany him. this area on a special agricultural was associated with: the pioneer land being prepared for citrus, an
Their three children are staying survey. efforts near Indiuntown when aggregate of 49,000 acres!
with Mrs. Cromwell's mother. Mrs. Ho is agricultural-traffic agent II the Seaboard In the late Forties The figures cm St. Lucie County I
McMillan who lives in Miami. for the Seaboard at 1045 West put 1,017 acres under! irrigation are: 16. UO acres bearing 9,600
Amelia Avenue Orlando and is and drainage and l leaned them to non-bearing and IK.OOO acres beIng -

HAVE: BBROY currently making a land use studyof farmers. prepared for planting, an aggregate -
Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee Today citrus alone dwarfs those of 44)00) acre,
Word has been received t>y Mr. counties. efforts, t but they still stand out asa
and Mrs. J. Arant of North Federal Saunders, whom many will remember "trail 1 blazer, Citrus authorities predict: that
Highway that Mr. Aranls' nephew as the genial host of the Martin County is forging aheadIn within the next file years the Mar
and wile Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Seminolo Inn during his eight-year citrus at a rate that should carry tin County acreage ma) double to
be clo-e OO.uoo( )( ( )
to
Mercer, are the proud parent ol tenure here and as a civic lender us well beyond St. Lucie County acre-
a seven pound baby boy born who.. served as president of the old a state leader. in the next few years Sounders "sid that the combination :
Aug. II. Martin County Chamber of Coin Florida Citrus Commission re- of the I 1962 free/e and the

SHOWN HOLDING the strange catch are Randy Kuhn, J. K afternoon. 'Afraid of sea serpents? Not us!" they chorused when Mr. and Mrs. Mercer formerly availability tin and of Lucie water control InMar-
I St. counties had
Rowell Jr.. Barbara Kuhn Julie Rowell) and Donna Kuhn. The this picture was taken. The silvery creature was shipped lo the lived in Palm Lake Park and he greatly stimulated the citrus "move
youngsters: pulled it from the surf at Jensen Beach Wednesday )Institute of Marine Science, University of Miami. was a route salesman for Bout- Many Sails LandedIn to the southward."
yell Dairy. 1 hey are now living .

They're Called 'King of the Herring' in Scandinavia in St. Augustine. tin He County expressed overall hope! water that the control Mar

A foursome for (plan on which County Agent L. M.
Canada
at Rio Civic Club Aug. r1a'td) the Last Week Johnson recently went to Washington j

I Was Strange Denizen of Sea an Oarfish ? eluded Mrs. Della Lechner, Mrs. to seek additional survey funds
Flora Alcon Mrs. Mary Luik and will become a fact. The plan would
Mrs. Elsie UaincvRefreshments Stuart Sailfish Club bat Issued fish, Helene Gelat. Indian River recharge irrigation canals in the
and stations and buttons to the fol. City six foot six i Inch: sailfish, Pierre citrus belt of both Martin and St. :
By ERNES r LYONS kids hauled more and more of it we're not law sure that it's an our up on the seashore. It is not were !served Lucie counties with water
pumped
the Gelat Indian River six
through City
the trunk. Five feet six fish. It be of unlimited service EdwinA. : an enjoyable{ alcrnoonUS had by :1/
out of car : may a subspecies an : see : from Lake Okeechobe.
of Commerce alive foot inch sailfish\ while fishIng
: eight
Having covered "the fishing all. Mrs. I chner won the prl/e
feet, seven feet, eight feet. some sort. Curtis called my attention Menningcr Sr. for idcntili-
front" in Martin County for manya to the fact that it bus a pointed tion of plants.Rezoning. at her table for high score Mettle R. Whitehead Falls aboard the innnet II", with He commented on U. S. I widening
'had
The head red
bright plumeson A. A. Whltlcar.I and the of the In-
year, 1 have become somewhat nose and the mouth is set back and Church, Va., six fuot-sis inch Captain growth
beautiful crimeon
blase about strange critters of the it There was a from head toothless It may be some sort of Request Mrs. Betty Jo Fedlcr and son sailtish, while the Ervln Wagner- Stuart, twentytwopound diantown and Stuart areas
waters that are brought to The mane extending to chimacra." Brady of Port Sulcrno have been "Howdee," with Captain Bill I barracuda while fishing "I'm simply amazed" he laid
Stuart News office for identifica tail. Approved by BodyAt visiting at the home of her mother Burdge. I aboard the "Marybob 111", with "at all the progress that bat occurred -
Dr. Smith assured that
tion. "Good grief, I said ou've me they'ddo Mrs. !tame Young, Harris G. Daniel, Klstimmce, Captain Hob Scrlmsher since lieU here."
Let us say that I am used to : captured some sort of ourfish one the scientific identifying and let its Wednesday Aug 12 meeting seven foot seven Inch saillish while Don llhrup, Melbourne, seven
of the fish in the us know up here. So we'll be bitingour the Planning Advisory Board "
rarest
Identifying such local rarities as sea. Mrs.! Frank Gaines and Mrs. fishing aboard the "Skipper II, foot sailfish while fishing aboard
I had never seen an catfish except nails until the report comes in. agreed to recommend to City Commission Farm Bureau Meet
flying gurnards, star-gazers. Chin ; Hallie Young spent Wednesday with Captain A. J. Whiticar. the "Gulfstream".
ese pike or "sleepers" torpedo fish in encyclopedias, where it is The only chimaera I ever laWdidn't I the rezoning from R-l 1 to in Fort Pierce: visiting friend. Ann Cooley Elmhurst, N \'. At Fort Pierce
look like this. at nil. It George "Dee" Cole Memphis,
skates and houndfish. Only occasionally referred to as the "King of the waa R-2 of Block 2, Section 2. St. seven foot sailfish, Theresa E.rdgclon !.
fish about six Tenn.. six foot six inch sailfish
Scandinavian a blobty-rubbcry Lucie Estates which abuts the
Herring by fisher. on
am 1 stumped by something : Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Davis Satellite Reach, seven Fall Is policy development time
because of its It feet long with a wide brown body, east side of Palm Beach Road just while fishing aboard the "SkipperII"
crown.
men
I have never seen before grows have returned fl\lfn a motor trip foot six inch sailfish while fishing for Farm Bureau members throughout
and that happened for a few minutes to be thirty feel long and has given galled by the late Beau Christianin I south of Hospital Pond. lo North Carolina containing business aboard the "Spray II." "with Cap- with Captain A. J. Whilicar. the Mate and a series of IS
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rise stories the Gulf Stream several years : The for rezoning Gene J Fau Gallie, seven
Wednesday afternoon when to many sea serpent request come with pleasure lain Ray Young. errono. I district meetings Is slated next
Mrs. Donna Rowell dropped into Mrs. Kuhn and Mrs. Rowell: ago.And I from Donald E. Armstrong and T. Charles J. McVey, Eau (Gallie fool six Inch sailfish while fishing week to begin this .
the office and said: "We have an promised to keep the fish on ice I the illustration'in the encyclopedia E. Preston owners of the block Mrs Elizabeth Gragg and son, seven foot sailfish, while fishing (from private craft. process.From
odd fish in the car and we wiahyou'd until I could get in touch with the' on "Chimaera familyof MANUAL AVAILABLE James and George and Ferrlll Arlington aboard the "CJulfsiream" with Dan R. Whitkxk, Tampa, seven members" Jay will meet lo Pompano to discuss Beach.local,
Institute of Marine Science at fishes" doesn't match this critter fool six Inch sailfish while fishingaboard
tell us what it is. were in Washington, D.C. Captain Von Jourdan. Issues
and national which
"We" consisted. of Mrs. Rowell Miami. They left it with Curtis at all.Except. The 1964-65 edition of the Un- seeing the sights. They also visited Citations, Issued for sailfish and the "llowdce", stile Farm Bureau will take on stand.
a
Mrs M. Kuhn and a bevy of Whiticar at Port Sewall, who has for that mouth. ited Stales Government Orgunl/a- Mrs. Gragg's sister Mrs Donald other varieties of fish went to:
iJ' children. All had been a big freezer. Hmm here's a thought if it's non Manual is now available. This IIl>lben. Edward J. tascler, Ocala six MUR All meetings will be held from
bathing at Jensen Beach when a Next day I got In touch with a new species, will it be called is the official organization hand. foot sailfish while fishing aboard! MARRIAGE LICENSES: : 7 to 9:30: p.m. at the various loca
long sea serpent-like creature wig Dr. F. G. Walton Smith directorof Rowellesta-Kuhnesia in honor of book of the federal governnient and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burfordare the "('ron-I.", with Captain Pete lions Monday' through Thursday,
gled In, just barely alive and they the marine laboratory at Virginia the families that found it? describes the furtctiont of agenciesin having guests from Roanoke, Robertson. Timothy Ronald Weiss to Jeanette Farm Bureau members from this
dispatched it and hurried to town Key.Dr Editors note: in addition to the legislative, and executive Va. Robert Cooley, Elmhursl. K. Y., Lavcrne Damron, both ol area will meet Thurday, Aug. 27,
judicial
with it. Smith said that, if it was an identifying strange fish, this branches seven foot eight Inch sailfish, Stuart at Slinonica't Restaurant, Fort
1 took one look at the silverytail ourfish, they would he quite anxious department of your ft1ulti-. rv. priced at $1.75 per copy' Is avail. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnstonand James E. Monjtoveit DDS, Kissimmee lUJward: 1. Benllne to Tnelma Pierce.
and said In my best [knowit to get it and study it "If ice newspaper, line Stuart News, able for purchase from the Miami daughter/ Patricia of Pitts while fishing aboard the Johnson Arnold, both of Lake Following the meetings, representative
-all-manncrt "Oh, you've got a the finders want to have it mounted, Identifies snakes, li/ards, fossils Field Office of the U. S. Dcpnrt- t burgh Pa., are here visiting Mrs. Sfray .II". Worth. of the 64 county Farm
plain old cutlass-fish or ribbon fish, we'll keep it intact" he added. and will arrange for translationsof ment of Commerce.' Room 1628 I Johnston's arena. Mr and Mrs. I>r. Ralph Mandus. Cocoa, six Douglu Wayne Cralon to Cvn- Bureaus return lo their areas for
very common in these parts 'Curtis and I agree that we've foreign language/ messages Federal Office Building, according C. A. "Major" Pulk for the next foot ten Inch sailfish Betty Man the Ruth Johnson, both of( Indlanlown. discussion sessions with local meow
Wore! how big is this thing?" The never seen anything like it, but scribbled on notes in bottles cast to Marlon A. Leonard director. two week: dos Cocoa six foot eight Inch sail- tors.
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,I Florida Well Represented SOCIAL NEWSOffice Aug. 11:HOSPITAL Admitted: RaymondMiller .' ,

E-I Harry Creif, John Smith ,-
I I and Anna Coleman; Discharged: j:,,,, i' J
In Marina and Villas List David Bishop, Dennis Cooper, I r'!,, '-:"/.
Catherine Brinsley, Ernestine :
: AT 7-1550 MARY LINDSAY, Society 1'.c"1 :
ass, Bror Carlbcrg.
Florida was well represented this Mrs. M. L. Chadwick Ft Lauderdale ,,.,,
Admitted Elaine Leas-
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past week at Langford Terrace ; Mr. add Mrs. E. L. Middle- Aug. : infant II ,
Ludlum and
Donald
Villas and Marina. All the yachts I ton Palm Beach; Wayne W. War- her, Mrs. Fondo infant, Donald I i
which arrived, as well as the majority ren, Tallahassee; R. C. Anderson' son Or.il ,
Karlan, ,
of villa guests, were from Pompano Beach; Mr. and Mrs.S. Glass Constance Duncan and I f t. 'F1
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Florida. L. Carlisle, Eustus; Mr. and Mrs. Cheatbam Clyde I i
H. C. Dobbs, Coral Gables Mr. Mattie Myers; Discharged:Char
Yachts and owners included: ; J. D. Smith,
"Margie B III", Dr. R. C. Bower, and Mrs. W. A. Stockton Palm Green Hayden., Maydclle Moor and Eugene '; ', <
Boynton Beach; "Princess H", Beach; and Mr. and Mrs H. f'
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Tom P. Epson, Ft. Lauderdale; Waueh, Palm Beach. 1 ;
'Sea Legs", Edward B. Young, Other villa guests were Mr. end Aug. 13: Admitted: Genevieve .
Boynton Beach; "Mimi III", S. P. Mrs. John C. Czugh. Westbury, KamiosU and Frances Hewitt; Discharged :, y, "
Glass, Martha ,
Batchelor, Melbourne; "Parry Doll N. Y.; Mr. Larry Smith, Rouge- n : Donald ''
H", Henry Horschel, Melbourne; mont Quebec, Canada; and Mr. Myers Elaine Leashes Ethel
"P-1 Charmer", Mr. and Mrs. PaulI. and Mrs Paul Brijnon, Cincinnati sia and Ethel Castlegrande. per-I'
.. Maddock Palm Beach; "Reca- Ohio. Aug. 14: Admitted:
Fe-Reef", Paul A. Douglas, Eau Wiggins, Kenneth Bartlett,
Gallie; Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeStefano, Flowers Jane E. Love and Nicholas -
"Release", Edward A. Crawford, Palm City, returned recently froma D'Elia; Discharged: Mrs. Michael -
Palm Beach; "Champ", George B. five day vacation at Montego l Fondo and infant, Mn. Donald ,
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Smith
Champion, Naples; "S u'flite", Bay, Jamaica The trip was awarded Ludlum and Infant John
B. W. Mosely, Jacksonville; "Tom- to DeStefano by RCA for selling l tA' and Frances Hewitt
ador", Tom Raffington, Bal Har his quota of television !sets r.,< t. Au,. 15: Admitted:: Dorothy
bour; "Coach House Harbor", Mr. li" Biggers, Andrew Poston, Mrs. William
and Mrs. O. D. Pearsall, Pompano Mri. Margaret Newman, St. i1fiI""" Brammeier and infant son,
Beach; "Sea WoIr', Mr. and Mrs. Lucia Shores, Palm City, daugh-- '%, Mrs. Franklin Cogburn and in-
Walter W. Ingram, Lakeland; ters Lisa and Lynette, and daughter a ;' df' fant son. Thomas Kenny, Robert
"Nancy Rae IV", W. Graham, Mrs. Sandy Moore Melbourne d Snyder, Raymond White and Alex
Melbourne; and "Adventurer", and her daughter Renee have returned > '. ,' Lyp; Discharged: : Orvil Cheatham,
Richard E. Bair Lec'burg. from their vacation. They Constance Karlan, Margaret Wiggins -
Villa guests from florida were visited their ton and brother, Cp .. and Eva Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Wackenhut, David Newman stationed at Fort Aug. 16: Admitted: Martin
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. McPherson Atlanta, Ga., and tour Blanche, Herman Mosley W.
Pfeiffer, Cocoa Beach; Mr. and ed Atlanta. Mobile and New Orleans Scott Miles and Elizabeth Allison; zv k
Mrs. R. D. Tobias Jr., Palm Beach; discharged: Raymond Miller and
Mr. and MM. Sidney Fagin, Miami; Thomas Kenny. MISS DONNA JEAN SNYDER
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guitafaon, Americans have a choice of Aug. 17: Admitted: James F.
Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs Russ about 200 ice cream flavors and Patton Esther Burrows and Marguerite
Craner, Ft Lauderdale; Mr. and more are added each year Bassi; Discharged: : Clyde Donna Jean Snyder Engaged
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FINAL DAYSOF I and infant and son.Mrs BIRTIIS Franklin Cogburn I To Sgt. William E. Beatty


I The engagement of their daughter : of 196) Beatty attended the local
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OUR ANNUAL AUGUST CLEARANCE MR. AND MRS FREDERICK IIOUK Ludlum Aug. : to son to Mr. and Mrs. Donna Jean, to Sergeant William ',high school and is presently stationed
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E. Beatty, is announced by her at Fort Canon, Colorado

Anne Marie Willis and Frederick W.: Houk Michael Aug. 15 Fondo: to Mr.a son.and Mrs. WilLiam parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Springs, Colo.
Brammeier a son; to Mr. and Snyder, Fourteenth St., Palm City. A December: wedding is planned

tIIJ// Were Married at St. Anastasia Church Mrs. Franklin Cogburn, a son. Her Mrs.fiance's Sam Cobb parents, St. Lucie are Mr.Shores and, The Periwinkles will hold a cov

The Davis Cup has been won Palm City. ered dish luncheon at 12:30: p.m.
j I : by> Australian or American tennis Miss Snyder Is a graduate of Thursday, Aug 20 at the'Masonic
Miss- Anne Marl< Willis and pearls. A wedding breakfast and reception teams since 1936. Martin County High School class: Temple .Osccola Street. All East..'
Frederick W. Houk were marriedin Malron-of-honor, Mrs. Jean were held following the
30% to 50% OFF a double-ring ceremony: Saturday Tuohy, Fresh Meadows, N. Y., ceremony at the. Tradcwinds Res-
Aug. 8, at 11 I I a.m. in St. Anasuwm's aunt of the bride, wore a street- taurant, Stuart.
All Sales Final, No Refund or Exchange: Church: Fort Pierce. length dress of aqua chiffon: witha
For her wedding trip to Miami Rubin's DOWNTOWN F r, PIERCE
111 N- lad% STREET,
Rack of girls dretMe Broken sl/es hat
matching fiat bow
The bride is the daughter of Mr. aqua Beach, the bride chose: a navyblueand ,
toddler through size 14 tot7QQ and Mrs. Thomas F. Willis, Fort He bouquet was of pink rose buds white suit with white accessories J ;
Formerly $2.98 to$12.98 .... $119 f 33 Pierce, and the bridegroom i the Miss l Mary Ann Lange! and Mist ; her corsage: was a white : ,,1
Rack of Girls play clothe: Broken size son of Judge and Mis. T.c: Houk, Jean Ann Martin, Fort Pierce were orchid: from her wedding bouquet

hi toddler through size 14 ... .. ....... 30/() OFF Stuart. bridesmaids Their dresses were C. Both ,Mr. and Mrs. Houk are
identical to that of the matron-
The decorations '
Table of Boy wearing apparel, large .*> ft\ff\ white 'church were honor, and they curried: bouquetsof 'graduates of St. Anastasia' High READY. SET
I., OFF chriamhemums and gladiolion School: and are attending Indian .
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ortraent to she 7. Reduced up to 3U/0 the altars, pink roses.Serving River Junior College.
as best man 'was the
Big Bargain'Table of Odd and Ends" for Boy, GlrU, Mrs. Winston Brown, organist, bridegroom's father, Judge Houk. The bride is employed by her
iind Infant Greatly Reduced played the traditional wedding Ushers were Thomas Willis Jr., father at Tom's Furniture Co. and
Children's Bathing Suits Half PrIce also One Rack: music. Fort Pierce: brother of the bride the bridegroom is employed by the I
Given in marriage by her father, Eagle Finance Co., both in Fort r
Ladle Draw* at Dowout Price*. and Jack Windle, Tltu vllle.
the bride wore a gown of white For her daughter's wedding Mrs Pierce.
I The peau do sole ending In a chapel: Willis chose an aqua suit withmatching Out-of-town guests! were Mr. and SEW
Village Shoppe train, with a !! neckline andwristlength
scoop i acceutorieH.: Ikr: corsagewas : .Mrs J. Tuohy Mrs. Howard Schneider
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sleeve lh finger white orchid: Miss Ellen Schneider,
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were her bridal bouquet. Her only
her corsage! was a lavender Miss Katherine Roberts, all\ of
L= L Jewelry was a single strand of orchid. New York.
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701 Bryant Ave.. Announce the engagement I High School, New Lynx, Ohio, is '
I of their daughter, Shan00. employed by MouJaille Duvat OPEN EVERY MON. AND FRI. NIGHT -TIL 9

tu Ijwrence lipw, son of Mr. Co.. J bonviu..

: Roebuck and Co. and, Mn.Ohio.Leonard Ups of Jefferson The wedding '..lfl be held' Sept

A Miss Ross is a graduate of Martin .JT. VVMpMfV. MulttCf(
County High School: HerCaptain for UM MUST Rubin's
bliss Debbie: Bruncr. twelve-Tear Nj/
3 ,STUART SHOPPING CENTER oU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl family.
"\ and Mr Hal Weber Bruner, returned home recently:
PLENTY FREE PARKING of the "River Queen" bail as their from a month's visit with her oou
gtieui' this week Mrs. Katherine sin Mrv William Hall Jr.. the 117 N. 2nd ST., DOWNTOWN) F('. PIERCEa.A
Phone AT 7-3373 Heck> of Maplewood. N. J.. and former Ginger Prince, in Atlanta
Mn. Mildred Cox of Eat Orange Go. Debbie flew by jet to Well
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.r. 'I'T T +as.ae I THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday! Augwt 20 1964 1-B
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Saunders Returns AmazedAt

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p S t I Pb ws.r 2R7.5J6J,aawass s.- Citrus Growth in the County j

TO CHICAGO F'ORCUNVEV1

ION K. M. Saunders who managedthe melee and is president of Stuart ports that Martin County today
Guy Cromwell will leave for Seaboard Air Line Railroad's Rotary Club, expressed amazement has ",000 acres of bearing trees,
j Chicago: Aug 22 to attend the American Indiantown development efforts at the fantastic all' Iu\turall''Owth\ 20,000 acres of non-bearing newly
Hospital Convention. Mrs. from 1944. to 1952, is revisiting of Martin County.He planted' trees, and 25.000 acres of
Cromwell will accompany him. this area on a special agricultural was associated with: t the pioneer land being prepared for citrus an
Their three children are staying| survey. efforts near Indianlown i when aggregate of 49,000() ( acres.
ti t l with Mrs. Cromwell's mother Mrs. He is agricultural-traffic agent the Seaboard, in the late Forties, The figures on St Lucie Countyare
McMillan, who lives in Miami. for the Seaboard at 1045 West put 1,017 acres under Irrigation : |Iti.9110(> acres tearing 9,600
Amelia Avenue, Orlando and is and drainage and leaded them to non-beuring, and! 18.000( acre being
HVBYltOY currently making a land use studyof farmer
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gar a 'o i ir Martin St. Lucie and Ukeecho Today citrus alone dwarfs those of ....,::100 acres, aggregate -
v Word has been received by Mr. i bee counties efforts, but they still stand out asa
Citrus
authorities
and Mrs J. Arant of Nfthl'ederall Saunders whom many will remember -trail 1 bla/er. predict that
Highway that Mr. Arsnls' as the genial host of the Martin County is forging aheadin within the next five >ears the Mar-
I and wife, Mr. and! hire Reginald I Seminole Inn during his eight-yeu citrus at a rate that should carryus tin County acreage may double to
Mercer, are the proud! parents of tenure here, and as a civic leader, well beyond/ St. Lucie County, be clo-e: ti> lOU.UOO() acre-
s a seven pound baby boy, born w ho served! as president of the oloiMartin a state leader, in the next few years. Sounders !said that the co.iibina-
Aug. 11. County Chamber of Com Florida Citrus Commission re- lion of the 1962 freeze and the

SHOWN HOLDING the strange catch are Randy Kuhn J. K. afternoon. Afraid of sea serpents? Not us!" they chorused when Mr. and Mrs. Mercer formerly availability. of water control inMurtin -
and St. Lucie
Rowell Jr.. Barbara Kuhn, Julie Rowell and Donna Kuhn. The this picture was taken. The silvery creature was shipped to the lived in Palm Lake Park and he stimulated counties had
greatly the citrus "moveto
youngsters! pulled it from the surf at Jensen Beach Wednesday Institute of Marino Science, University of Miami was a route salesman for Bout Many Sails LandedIn the southward"
well Dairy. They are now living '
They're Called 'King| of! the Herring' in Scandinavia. in St. Augustine tin He County expressed over-all! hope water that the control Mar

r A foursome for canasta plan on which County Agent L. M,
at Rio Civic Club Aug. 11 played included the Last WeekStuart Johnson recently went to Washington

Was Strange Denizen of Sea an Oarfish ? Flora Alcon Mrs., Delia Mrs. Mary Lechner Luik,Mrs.and will to become seek additional a fact. The survey plan funds would,

Mrs. Elsie Gaines. Sailfish Club has Issued fish Helene Gclas. Indian River recharge irrigation canals in the
citations and buttons ti" the following City, six foot six Inch sailfish pier- citrus belt of both Martin and St.
By ERNESr LYONSHaving : kids hauled more and more of it we're not too sure that it's an oar up on the seashore. It is not Refreshment were served and Luck counties with
fishermen theChambet Odes Indian River six water pumped
through City
I out of the car trunk. Five feet, six fish It may be > subspecies of an unlimited service: see EdwinA. : an enjoyable afternoon was had by ro from Lake Okeecnobee.
of Commerce oflice foot inch sailfish, while fishing
covered "the
fishing : eight
all. Mrs I-echner won the piles
feet seven feet eight feet. some sort. Curtis called my atten- Menningcr St. for identili-
front" in Martin County for many The head had red tion to the fact that it has a pointednose tion of plants.Rezoning. at her table for high sate Keltic R Whitehead Falls aboard" tho "Gannet ((1", with He commented on U. S. I widening
bright
I have become plumeson A A. Whiticar and! the of la-
a year somewhat beautiful and the mouth is set back and Church, Va., six foot-stx inch Captain growth the!
it. There
crimson
blase about strange! critters of the mane extending was a from head to toothless. It may be some sort of Request Mrs Betty jo Fedlcr and son sailfish, while fishing/ aboard the Ervln Wagner, Stuart, twentytwopound diantown and Stuart areas.
waters that are brought to The tail chimaera." Brady of Port Salerno have been "Howdee." with Captain HUI barracuda while fishing "I'm simply amazed" he aid
Stuart News office for identifica Dr. Smith assured that they'ddo Approved by Body visiting at the home of her mother Burdge, aboard' tho "Maryhob' 111*, will "''at all\ the progress that bo occurred
tion.Let "Good grief I said, "you've me Mrs }lank Young Ilirris G. Daniel Klssimmec, Captain Bob Scrinuher. since 1 tell here.
us say that I am used to captured some sort of oarfish, one the scientific identifying and let: At its Wednesday, Aug 12 meeting seven fool seven Inch uiltish, while Melbourne
identifying such local rarities of the rarest fish in the sea." us know up here. So we'll be bitingour the Planning Advisory! Board Don lAthrup, sevenfoot
as Mrs Funk Gaines and Mrs.Hallie fishing aboard the "Skipper II, sailfish, while fishing aboard
flying gurnards, star-gazers, Chinese I had never seen an oarfish, except nails until the report comes in. agreed to recommend to City Commission Yang spent 'Wednesday with Captain A, J. Whiticar. the "Oulfstream" Farm Bureau Meet
pike or ""'eepen," torpedo fish, in encyclopedia( where it is The only chimuera 1 ever sawdidn't I the rezoning front R-l to In Fort Pierce visiting friends. Ann Cooley, Elmhurst N. Y. At Fort Pierce
skates and houndfish. Only occasionally referred to as the "King of the look like this at all. It was R-2 of Block 2, Section 2. St. seven foot sailfish, Theresa E.: George "Dee" Cole, Memphis,
a blobhy-riibbcry fish about six) Tenn., six foot six) inch .sailfish
I Herring, by Scandinavian fisher. Lucie Estates, which abuts on the
am stumped by something Mr. and Mrs Roosevelt Davis Fdgcion, Satellite Beach seven Fall II time
I have never seen before men because of its crown. It grows feet long, with a wide brown body east side of Palm Beach Road just have returned from a motor trip foot six Inch sailfish, while fishing while fishing aboard the "SkipperII" for Farm Bureau policy members development
to be thirty feet long and has galled by the late Beau Christian south of Hospital Pond. with Captain A. J. WhllUwr. throughout
and that happened for a few minutes given to North Carolina combining business aboard the "Spray 11." with Capo the Mat and a aeries of IS
Wednesday afternoon when rise to many sea serpent stories, in the Gulf Stream several, years The request for rezoning come with pleasure ain Ray Young.Charles Gen Ferrone, Fau Gallle, seven district meetings I It slated next
Mrs. Kuhn and Mrs. Rowell from Donald E. and T. foot six Inch sailllsh, while fishing
Mrs. Donna Rowell dropped into ago.And Armstrong J. McVey, Eau Galtie, week to this .
the office and said: "We have an promised to keep the fish on ice the illustration the encyclopedia E. Preston, owners of the bkxk. Mrs Elitaheth and sons, seven foot sailfish" while fishing front private craft. begin process.From '
odd fish in the car and we wishyou'd until I could get in touch with the on "Chimaera. familyof -- James and George and Ferrilt Arlington aboard the "Gulfsiresia" with Dan R hillock.: Tamps, seven Jay to Pompano Beach,
MANUAL AVAILABLEThe : members will
local
tell Institute of Marine Science at fishes" doesn't match this critter while meet to discuss ,
us what it is. I were in Washington, D.C. Captain Von Jourdan. foot six Inch sailfish fishing
"We" consisted of Mrs. Rowed, Miami. They left it with Curtis at all.Escept. I 1964-65 edition of the United : k'CU1l1lho sights 1 hey also visited Citations Issued for sailfish anJ aboard! the "Howdee", state Farm and Bureau national will take Issues on stand which
Mrs R. M. Kuhn and a bevy ofexcited Whiticar at Port Sewall, who hasa for that mouth. I States Government Orlllln lII- : Mrs. Gragg's sister Mrs. Donald other varieties! of fish went to: a
children.;! All had been big freezer. Hmm, here's a thought, if it's ; tion Manual is now available. This Hoi ben. Edward! J, lojscler, Ogulu. six APPLICATION FOR Ad meetings will be held! from
bathing at Jensen Beach when along I Next day f got In touch with a new species, will it be called I Is the official I organization handbook foot sailfish while fishing" aboard !MARRIAGE: IJCK.N.SKS 7 to 9:30: p.m at the various locations
sea serpent-like. creature wiggled I Dr. F. G. Walton Smith, director Rowellesu-Kuhncsia in honor of of the federal government and! Mr. and klr Ernest Hurford the "Fran-L" with Captain Pel Monday through Thursday,
In, just barely alive, and of the marine the families it Timothy Ronald Weiss to Jeanette Farm Bureau members from this
they laboratory at Virginia that found ? describes" the functions of agenciesin : are having guests: from Roanoke, RoI>erlaos
dispatched it and hurried to town I. Key Editor's note: i/i addition to the !legislative, and executive Va. Robert Cooley, Elmhurst, N. Y., Lavtrne Damron, both of I area will meet Thurday, Aug. 27,
with it. Dr Smith said that if it was an identifying strange fish, this branches Judicial w seven foot eight Inch sailfish, Stuart. at Slmontca'a Restaurant Fort
I took one look at the silvery oarfish, they would be quite anxious department of your multi-serv priced at $I." per copy, is available Mr. and Mca 1, L. Johnstonand lames K. Mongwvtn DDS, Klsnimmce. Inward' J. llenllne to Ihtlnm Pierce
lull and said! In my best I-know- : to get it and study it. "If I ice newspaper, I1ie Stuart News, for purchase from the Miami daughter. Patricia, of Pittsburgh while fishing aboard the Johnson Arnold!, both LIt Lake Following the meetings, rcpresentativM .
it-all-mannen; "Oh, you've got a the finders want to have it mounted, identifies snakes, li/ards; fossils Field Office of the U. S. Depart- I'u., are here visiting Mrs. "Snriiy II", Worth of the 64 county Farm
plain old cutlass-fish! or ribbon fish, ',we'll keep it intact," he added._ and will arrange for translations ment of Commerce. Room 1628 Johnston's parents, Mr. and Mrs l>r. Ralph Mandiis Cocoa six Douglas! Wayne Cralon to CvnIhla Bureaus return to their areas for
very common in these parts "Curtis and I agree that weVe of foreign language messages Federal Office Building according C. A. "Major" Pulk for the next font ten Inch sailfish Betty Man- Ruth Johnson both of ladianlowit. dlKUtsloa sessions with local mem
Wore! how big is this thing?" The never seen anything like it. but scribbled on notes in bottles cast w Marlon A. t. onard. director. two week. dun, Cocoa six) foot eight, Inch sail- twr*.
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I L JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. o0 L''p


MYRTLE WHITMAN, tftfHpmidnit AT M7 ;

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BROTHERHOOD UPPER VISIT ON GULF COAST
IRIDAYTb I
Mr and Mr*. Charles L. Gay Summer
Mortis Brotherhood 1Iurl'et ''Of MdaTcuca Collates, returned Magc
will be held at the Jensen Beach Thursday after spending a few
Community ChwCh Friday, Aug. 'I' days vhitihg Mrs. Gay** mother,
21 at 6:30: pm. Reservations may Mrs Lena R. Faust and' family of
be made by calling' Mri. Chris Bradefiton. LFA
Kalb at AT 10946. I Accompanying them was Mr.Oy' .
Guest speaker for the evening Sheet, Gay Sanger who Visi.led -....... ,0
will be the Rev. Sidney Lowrie, a friend, Karen Krause in
who Will speak tm the subject of Sarasota.
"Hobbies." Regular meeting will Enrotrte home they Mopped to NOW
follow. visit Mr and Mrs. Lewis S. Toy.
at Cape Coral.
friendship Circle of the Jen- -... DAIRY INC.
ten Beach Community Church will Mr and Mrs. Roger Sutliff of
meet Tuesday Aug 25, at 8 p.m.at Hialeah, spent last 1'uelldoy'iNit 3rd
the home of Mr. Jack Miner ing hit mother, Mr Gladys Sut- thru Annual Ice Cream
on Sunset Drive. 1 tiff, a resident of Melaleuca Cot*
ages
The regular monthly meeting of .-.....
the Church Aid Circle of the The Jensen Beach Women'' Association .
Jensen Beach Community Church :l held! a der'I' hrd party SAT.
will be held Wednesday, Ant *6, at Are clubhouse Monday after.'
at 1:30 p m. at the church noon, Aug 17,
Mr.,. Dorothy Kalb and Mrs. '
Mrt. .Freda Schlinwi,of Maorten Carol Saftdefl Were co-hosessei, AUGUST 22
Court. has as her'guest her' {(phew, assisted by Mrs. Blanche Herr
Robert Christee! of Bridgeport mann, Mrs, Thclma Watson, Mr.
Conn., who arrived Au,. 2lia Edna HoI auet and Mrs Elsie
Eastern Mines j jet flight to West Stephens l
Palm Beach. he plans' (6 ftptnd Recipients of the prizes .,
two Week in sham Beach. were" Mrs H ftd'd: Mn.

,j, Blanche Baker.

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RIO NEWS I Ocean Breeze M

MRS. C. B. IIEASLEY
Correspondent I Park News ,

AT 7-AS87 I Milo BOXY 'PJVFTCLD, What a way to celebrate "Summer 'Magic"! Now, you can Ming "thank you* fur your patronage and to treat you' to i
Correspondent save money on one of 'the finest tee Cream In Florida. the butt Ice Cream for less We hope to see you soon and t
This Is Helen, Shomer. 'reporting h i ". Alfu-Boutwef Ice Cream. You still get the usual know that yon win enjoy an the good eating pleasure Ihat'a
for Mrs. Heasley Who i it *n vacation I superior quality of Alfar-Btmlwell Ice Cream that art fit pecked In these fine Ice Creams.
I Mr, and Mr. Harry Sanders for royalty"Summer Magic" b the Alfar-Boutwelt way of
have '(one to their home in New
Seven tablet ;;re: in play at the I York State for several months.
Aug 11 card party. )Hostesies were 'They 'were 'detained here on aft ItlI.1, Royal Ice Cream
Mrs Jack. Shomer and Mrs. Rue- count of Mr*. Sanders' operationand ,
ben Dowler. Door prize was won Illness,
by Mrs. George Dewitt. Table -
prizes were won by Mr*. Marie Rhoitda Cumpsty the eight-year- HALF GALLONS
McNich. Mrs. W. Okamoto. Mr*. old daughter of Mr and Mrs
Delia Leckner, Mrs. Ethel Nodme, Ronald Cumpsty it III in Myer's ""
Miss Edna Holtzhauer\ Mrs. Edna General Hospital in Buffalo N. Y., ,' .: CI IOfCE OF FLAVORS
Sanguignl, Mr*. Arnold Ruettch' and would be x'ad' to have cards ... '.... -Jill j
Mrs Myrtle Neumann the *next from friends here She was taken : .
party win be held A tig. 15. quite III on their vacation.Mr t1, ,' : Creamy, flavorful Royal Ice Cream available
1.B' In a fantasy of delicious flavors. Treat theI ,
Mr. and Mrs Russel Boltoft and Mrs Al Fnms have left tic
whole family and get s special' flavor for each
have returned' from a two-week' I for a month's vacation In Plymouth Each
vacation spent in Providence, R. 1. I MichResidents '..'I 'I. : ...j.. f member. 79
visiting their ton Rassell fr* and I a Reg99c
their daughter, Mr. Frank, Ben. I oft ;Park were saddened ., ,; ,, IP9:{ ,
yon.They saw their great grandson, when Arthur Cannon passed
Paul Douglas Curd, for the first I away this week. He hid been hospitalized ,:r l I SAVE 20c I
time. They also visited Mr. Bolton'i was released Saturday, .
sister, Mrs. tleorje Sarcy Quoin and died suddenly Monday morn .. .,L'" .'." ,"' V '
ochontaug, R.I. Mr*. Sarcy: will ing Hi widow will remain here fora .: .
be remembered u a Rio Visitor& short\ time then return north to .. \ .
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)It for "several. m fr ,a 1 hewtnjbet.ncphewand! wife They C OGo=====iGooCor=== :3070ra=or= o="ot--oE7ot=====oaot'onol_ oCao- =::-=oGot-oGi-
had been resident of the Park: for 5 .' '
William Diers hat returned after a number of year the
spending two week with his father, '
and,)sister Mr C. E. Reidy in Mr. and Mn John Lostahito KING'S Palm Beach II d SHERBET
Washington, D. C. from Lumberton, N. J. flew here
Saturday to see their uncle and CHOICE
Mt and Mr*. Fletcher Youngare aunt. Mr and Mr. Art Cannon, HALF

guests to. at-the Snyder Cottage and returned Sunday night *i'' HALF GALLONSO GALLONS i

Visiting Mr*. Freda Schllmm/ Is Mr. and Mrs Earl Atkinson, w
Robert Christie from Bridgeport, former residents of the Park but a. Be light, be gay the merry )Jester
Conn. Robert iI 1 Mrs Schlimm's now /living in Tucson, Ariz visited p.l ";'91""y CHOICE OF FLAVORS way' with tang fruit flavored
nephew. several day with friends in Ocean This fa naturally the King's Sherbet It's a perfect: refreshing
Jack Breeze He also had business in- 'r choke Only the purest, rich and cooling/ summer dessert.DAIRY .
Visiting the Shomert liMr her.
tcreit
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*. Ann Shoberg from Eagle real flavoring and frh 69CM118r
Rock Calif. Mr*. SJioberg is Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Al Placid! are leave fruit are Rued with oar most 99 0 SAVE
Shomer's thter. Ing this week for New York where ,'I t $ unique Ice Cream recipe. It', D I 30CSAVL' I Jthe
they will visit relatives and attend I JOe I k".'" :M one of the finest lea Creams; In 0 '
Mr. and Mr. Ernest Jenkins to some business while there. r. South, Regular 99c
!have returned after spending five Regular $1.29 Each
weeks in California. They visited Mr. and Mn. Charles Sthaffer
Mr. Jenkins brother Floyd Jen. have gone to Baltimore for a visit =:soao====oaOicsoao: : ::: ===== onolono= aon0l ===ocot--soot-t: :::: : =:=oaoOCl0c=20C
lint in Ontario Calif and Mrs. with relative and friend .
Jenkins' cousin, Mr, Mildred It Would Take A WIZARD To The .
Stiles, in Glendule. They visited Of the nation's twenty-four largest Ii ICE MILK QUEEN'SCHOICE
Disneyland and Knotts Berry') metropolitan areas, New York Make
Ice Cream Better
I Fa On the way home rt.r stop' had the most families, 624000. an
min Aikea i S. C with income: 'over $10,000.I and
Mends. Mr. and Mr*. Earl Tall-] Lot Angeles-Long Beach was next than Ice Cream HALF GALLONS "
man.They flew by jet from Tampa with 428,000, according to the ALFAR
to Lot Angeles. 1960 census. to
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The Ed Snyder are back from Not one case of polio was reported 1M.: n
their lengthy vacation. They visit in the nation during the 5 The Queen of yow nonwhoM wH en
ed their ion James McCollum, Mrs. week ended Jan. 4, 196... the first Akfar-Boetwtl ton act practice wkardry. bet they de make die 11 tufaily enjoy this Ice Milk Treat It's Ideal
McCollum and daughter Pat and polio-free week since medical: records finest Ice reams available and at good value price. Now b the for modern homemakers who are
Marsha in Cleveland, 0., then to have been kept. time to prove It Make your own refrigerator test with Alfar Bout...* watching their weight Ice Milk has few.
Columbus where they visited many "II W' .,..... well Ice err.... You know when yon have pleased your FarAll} rr calorira la each del cbus swing. 4 ,
friends and relative.Then to Buckeye ". by bow quickly their favorite foods dtmppear from the refrigerator. Choose from Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry .
CARD OF THANKSThe .
I Lake Resort where they hada .. Jmit buy a half gallon of AVar-Boutwell Ice Cream. Then 0 and Coffee flavor.
cottage for two weeks and entertained kindness and sympathy ol' watch, how fart It Aappean. and dtont he aurprhied when your D Reg

I to many visit 'vutsl Mr. *and. Then Mr to. Dayton John neighbors and will friends in our remain recent .; faasBy n.uwts snort Alfar-BoulwtU lee Cream. n 2 SAVE 20c 69c
sorrow always
I Clive, and on to Fond Du Lac with us a precious memory. Our
Wise when they visited with their sincere thank and gratitude, for
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs HURRY Sale Ends
William Ritter and daughters Terri all those comforting acts.Mr. SATURDAY Aug. 22
I and Cathy Enroute t back they visited and Mrs. Frank Adolf Hertel ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ileulcr inIndianapoli and Family

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1I 1 SCHOOLS BUY MIXFREJ The Town Council of> a
I 4-B TIDE; STUART, Fla.) NEWS thumlay Anguht 20, 1964 S\\lI/ iI.lI\d.! hat! decrecu ,j
Don alt Co.. Miami wan i
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k I television aCrid bt
3' icei-sful bidder for a tood mixer 1 down. 1 the town has prc\vr\,

i n7"NEWS 'I .Joi the Stuart./ other Junior bids High ranged at I 15th century houses and (Irj t
of U Five I
so r.< high U$1.16& leruls, \ detract from its., Chart

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Mrs. M' P. Nelson/ Elected/ : .


President of Matrons UnitThe ,':

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Matron Clut of the First I from the Spirit". by James t : : ; I

Methodist ChUrch: met Au,. 11 I McDermott Mrs, Mize uccompan- \ I.. I

with seventeen wemhcri, and five I ed at the piano. LOTS KRlSl0rn.RIENpt.LI !!
.nr. Rev and! Mrs. Allen : :
guests rre A card was autographed by the EI.G-W\:- MILVtALlOVPHONt
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Stuart Mr* Clyde CouUnt class!! to be sent to Mrs. Arnup 2111..5)I .
her mother, Mr. Aura Jones, and I Mrs. M P. Nelson! was elected 20 E; OCEAN BLU
Mrs. P. I. Mize were gucsti I 1
president Mrs Blanch Bucky vice I-
Mrs. Jones, who has been a president Mrs Bernice Webber i II -
missionary! in", several countries, treasurer and program chairman, I
gave a talk 'on her experiences: Mrs J. J, Richard devotional
and the great demand tor more to chairman and Mrs Clem Myers r
he done Mrs. Jones is the authorof secretary.
mother the book" "New. Life for Grand 1r- I

Mrs. Margaret Surermn and
Mrs. Kenneth lave'
1nga1l Mrs Christina Johnson of Englewood -
short talk on the legend of Tht N. J., were guests this week
Leaves and the Rows".
of their I
cousins, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs Coutant rendered, a beautiful George Hemleb of Hibiscus Park,
selection "Whither Shill! 1 Go Stuart
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Valuable Teachers From Area Will Attend _:
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forthehardofhearingWHEN FEA Meeting at Martin County Senior HighSeveral ::- :- ....


YOU SEE AND TRY ZENITH'S
NEWEST' ADVANCE IN HEARING hundred teachers from venity in 1936, and an Ed.D from tary and high school at Tampa and Education Association National jj; .
HELP Glades, St. Lucie Martin, Indian Florida State University in 1955. at Sanford, where he received his Business Education Association,
No blli.tl.n. Just tat us dnv circuit Smiller,more parform.onstwu River, and Okeechotne Counties Dr Hall has served as a teacher diploma. Upon graduation he spent I Florida Education Association,
(wiring aid Znths learn new how Arcadia Zmtim encl, more r.lltbl.. Com In will hear top night Florida educators coach, and principal in the some time in the building trades Polk County Education Association
uses stUlllt technology to or till. for an appointmenttoday speak to them on the subject., public schools of Florida, and be- leaving the construction: businessto Polk County Classroom
"Better of I-EA" further his education he enter Teachers Association; and Delta CheersA
bring you the most Important Just set and try the now Understanding' fore going to the Dade County
hearing aid development Inyum Arcadia' to njcclvt th'I".. gift at the PEA Area XI-A meetingat School System in 1948, Will Direo ed Stetson University, receiving his: i !Kappa Gamma
the tiny" Mierollthie While supply I..... Martin County Senior High BS m science i in 1927 and hisMA. She is also a very active memberof
School on Monday, Aug, 24 ... r ;.ealp in the same field the follow- her community.
1 Members of the FEA team pre. PUBLIC! PROGRAMIN ing year He has also done graduate I account
senting the program include: Dr. AFlfRNOON: work at Peabody College, M\V: POSTAGE STAMP ThriftiCheckeperaonat! ,checking
IJJj Jdfl Hall, president of PEA! ; Ed Tenn.; Florida State University, BOOK AVAILABLEA deserve your cheers every time another
Henderson, executive; secretary, The meeting in the gymnasium and the University of Florida. He college bill Is paid by check. And you'll ratea
and Mrs, Carolyn. Dotson, chairman -auditorium will begin at now holds a Rank 1 certificate, the new edition of Postage and all
trdL' of the Classroom Teachers \9 a.m. with a concert by Mar- highest teaching certificate issued! Stamps of the United Stales" is few cheers yourself from parents
Department tin County Senior High Band. by the Sf"t t" Department of Edu now available. Included is an illustrated you deal with- for handling bill payments
"4iousteoas inn case LITC Joe Hull, superintendent of Dade Presbyterian Pastor Malcolor cation description of all United speedily, accurately, and handsomely. Yes
DISK NUT OFPIC : A. Harris will the work I
SCISSORS give After completing graduate States and special service
4 klyhookl end County Public Schools, was born postage
CamBlnetlon holdtr bralt 1 Precision,m d toruu built-In fllthllint In Mentone, Ala.. Sept 22,' 1909. invocation: at 9:30: am. At at Stetson! he became dean of stamps issued by the Post Office handsomely. Each ThriftiCheck Is as attractive
stamp 1.11.souSsNlaorworbhop end, it hom, smart luiutranc u He was valedictorian of his high 9:40 .,m. instructions will be Middle Georgia Junior College In Department from July I, 1847 to with your name printed on it FREE -
school graduation class at the, jssucd for group meetings, 1929 he returned to Florida and I Dec. 31, 1963 as it Is economical. Pay bills cum laud withno.minimumbalanc.
I Martha Berry School; near Rome, which will start at 10. took a position as teacher and! Copies. of this publication maybe
ThriftiCheck.
HEARING AID CENTER Ga. Received an A B. degree from The afternoon session, principal at Lee burl High! School, purchased for $1.25 each from
the University of Florida In-1931 I; open to the public will begin remaining there until 1934. He the Miami Field Olfice of the U S.
709 ORANGE A Vi, .-2 f. PIERCE: 461-3266 M with F. E. A. office reports then became supervising principal
: I an A front New York Uni I Department of Commerce, according -
-- at 2:30: p.m. Adjournment Is at Cocoa, and in 1942 was named to Marion A Leonard Director
expected at 3:13 p.m. I supervising, principal at Fort The address is Room I62K

i ""'- -'" .ana Myers He resigned this post in Federal Office Building, 51 I S, W.
I 1946 to become supervisor of instruction First Avenue, Miami
tor of the Division of Instruction, for the State Departmentof I
Slate Department of Education, Education He was appointed
i Tallahassee, where he had worked executive secretary of the Florida 43om HORIDIXN
for the preceding twelve years except Education! Association in 1949. MUNICIPAL tMPIOYLS:
for forty months during World One of the several awards re I
Some 43000) ) Floridians work First Bank
National
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War II when he served in the I calved by Henderson was the title for the States 366 municipal
I Navy, attaining the rank of Lieu of Honorary State Farmer in 1951, i governments, and their monthly
tenant Commander. I" conferred by the Florida Association payrolls total 4JI.IKJQ( ()()( ) according ---* OP.STUART
p:: "HoSvas' named director of instruction of Future Farmer*.of"ArfterP to
a report on public employ
I jfOPEN HOUSE I : of the Dade Couty Public ca. I In that lame )'eatt HSi receivedthe ment as of October 1962 publishedby Your Full Service:Bank Serving Stuart for
Schools 1948 Meritorious !Service Citation
in assistant superintendent : : the U S Commerce Departments I
in 1949; and a-snociate from Florida Southern College in Bureau of the Census Over 31 Years
# I superintendent for instruction in Lakeland He has peen cited for -_-_ _-_--_---_ -n -__--
; : Wednesday, Aug. 26th I 11953. He became superintendent i outstanding& educational achieve
In January' 19)7' ment by the Lake County Chamberof '
,
First Methodist Kindergarten | l In 195 he was selected as a Commerce and by the National
member of the Silver Anniversary Association of Secondary-School !
INDIAN IWWN ROAn I Alt-American Team by Sports Illu Principals OFFICIAL BACK-TO-SCHOOL
f strated Magazine as one of twenty- He feels that among the most ,
Enroll your -I or 5 year old beginning five college athletes graduating important work being done in
1 II from the colleges of the nation in America today is the striving for
Tuesday, September 8th I 1931\ I and attaining subsequent distinction an ade'lualO education of itl fu'ture
In 1962 he received an citlzenl. A. executive servee
8:30: to 11:30: I Honor Certificate from the Free. tarp of the FEA for the past four- GYM SHOES
doms Foundation xt Valley Forge teen years, he has constantly been
For registration or information/ Call: for hill opening of school address working toward this goal by helping -
on The American Way of Life. In to unite the teachers of Honda
Airs R P. Gottron AT
7.2714 1964\ ht received American Educators in their drive for further advancement
Church Office AT.7.1556 Medal for exceptional leadership of education
Henderson I is married I to the '
I .1.1f Dr Hall is married; has five former Jewell Edmunds of De $
.1I children: (two sets of twins); and i.a is i land They have a married daughter
I deacon and superintendent of and son and three grandchildren -
the Sunday! school in the University I I 7
f .1 Baptist Church. Coral Gable Mrs Carolyn l. Dotson, teacher
; .11 Ed Henderson executive secretary I I of business education and head
------ ------1 of the Florida Education Association 'of the adult education department
I is a man who Is well- ,,I of Fort Meade High School, was
acquainted with both the benefits elected chairman of the ClassroomTeachers "
i.. and the problems of the educational : Department of the florida -
system of Florida.! His know I; Education Association In April
I'LL BE. d. ledge of I alt phases of this system Because of her varied teaching
: has been gained through over ]experience' (elementary, secondary
thirty.four years of work in Flori and adult education) over more I
"Dog-Gono" fW\\ da schools! as well as by membership than twenty years, Mrs Dotsonis
in various educational com1mitteea I well qualified to serve the teachers I
and organizations on the of rlonda She has been an I II I I hells Sizes
If |IT state and national levels., active member and has held offices '
t Born in Hillsborough! County in in numerous associations, 61/= to 12
DOESN'T I 1902( Henderson attended, elemen some of which include Nalionlill
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FOR RENT 35 HELP WANTED Offered, Mba 71 : Real Estate For Sale to REAL ESTATE FOR' SALE 90 Estate rot Sale 90 I For Sale, Miscellaneous 178

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DIAL COTTAGE for rent Clean and WANTED: A white equipment for I II HAVE two bedroom home, down Here is the waterfront home you I FOR SALE: Income property -- I
comfortable. $U a week. Call care for elderly( bed I rent or sale. Water pumps, con town area close to stars Ideal have been looking for. CBS 4 one room efficiencies plus living WE'VE GOT TIlE
ATlantic 7-1550 287-0902 after 6 o'clock If ((3S) Sleep in. Call 2870477. 8-20 ( ) I mixers, air compressors, sand- for retired couple. Cash or terms. FURNISHED 2 bedroom 1'j' it i quarters. All completely' furn r .
Ounite equipment, air- Write Box 81. Call 287.2341 or baths, central beat Florida mom, I i fished>> In Rio. $1X500. Call 287j.115 N L 'dCASA J
To Place Your FAST SELLiNG SEMINOLE' Shores Apartments.! WANTED: Cwiple to I vibrators, hose, block and 281-.0260) |If ((90)) natural wood burning fireplace 8-20(90)( ) 1
Now ft the time to make reservation motel and marina. Live in. and miscellaneous hems garage even a boat, motor and ,__ 'V1"
LOW COST WANT AD for one of the three new for appointment, 287-2339 or If no amwer, call 287- CITY OF STUART ROUTE 1 trailer included. I Immaculate condition REAL ESTATE WANTED 96 RIO
Riverfront, 2-bedroom apartments, oo o. 8.20 ( ) tf ((71)) FRONTAGE center: of Stuart S13. OO.OO. Roland G.
SALES Inc.MR .
two block from courthouse. All I Ideal location for any type Lueder, Realtor, 729 ColoradoAve. I II BOAT A MOTOR ,
NEWS WANT ADS electric. Central air-conditioning ,ARE you looking for growth Grooming: Take your bu\iness. 125' frontage by average .. Stuart. 8.20 ((90)) WANTED to purchase, from owner ..it. OT !lM. ATT-4W44
and heating Unfurnished fur. I depth of 235'. Priced at $36,000. ---- ((3 bedrooms tf ((1711RFIL
RATE: Five cents per average i or portunity? We need one dog to Ida'a-Highway between water front home.
word minimum charge per insertion ni hed. Adults only. Reference reqaircd. ler factory trained Class A Pierce: and Stuart, next to Shell II Roland G. Lueder, Realtor, 729 WHY' PAY MORE King sized 2 baths) or building lot on I
$1.00 (for up to twenty Building to he ready for ic to head our mechanical 287-5183. or 287-1838. Colorado Ave., Stuart. 8-20 ((90)) waterfront tot m North "River St. Lode between Krueger Creek U JII:.
Average words). Words in ALL occupancy August 15. Contact mcnt-of new 'dealership. 8-20 ((71)) Shores racer wide river. Only and Country Club Box K. c/o STATE: FOR SALE 190
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first Qwn r, 287-1197\ or 55 E. Scm- letter stating experience and b a : ATTENTION: Flower Farm,Own S6, (IJO), M. P. Nelson' Realtor, 325 Stuart New 8-20(96)( ) :
word, count as two words each. inole Street, Stuart tf ((35)) ground. P. 0. Box 1376 VB small Bulldozer, Tractor, ers. Add to your farming acre E. Ocean: Blvd., Stuart. 2873566. ... -
age. 20 acres for. sale. and l J r.
High
8-20
8-20 Mower and Disc. Will clear Iota ((90))
White space above or below or FIVE room apartment, completely ,. trees. Fence posts and pilings, dry. Just off Locks Road $500 per Smkea Offered, Mbc. 171 Looking for aNew
Within ad will be charged as the furnished. Second floor 700 n aale. Lawton Wall Phone AT I acre. 20% down Easy terms. WATERFRONT HOME. Deepwater ,
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Buaiber of words (five) that could South Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or BiwIneM Opportunities tf (71)) Mike Lecher Broker and close to the Inlet CBS aarresx''fl'.II- Home .
be printed in the blank line, or 2871297. U ((35)) R. L JI! I 1833. R. R. No. I, Box 563, 287.1. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, screened patio
2fM cents per line. GROCERY store with Tile and Marble.W. I Florida. g-20 ) Gas heat and natural fireplace too. Look at
Display Classified" rktet on ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, M. Wagner Q). AT 7-4880: Elec. kitchen equipment includes LAW'SMOVING
for leak Just $50
'a pplicftiion.iThese Rio. Pleasant location within pains a AT .7-.t .96. tfl) I Il ROUTE I FRONTAGE OF 200'. dishwasher. Lovely corner lot. Carport
hey" distant of 'dock facilities rent, plus inventory at cost Just North of Stuart Income and utility room, $26,500.00. Legion HeightsIN
aro cash rates, for ads Reasonable year-round later Call grocery store is (located in k l l l 1 11 L oJLANTS property, 2 bedroom home and Roland G. (laicder, Realtor I 729 & STORAGE
"rmtght.or mailed to The Stuart AT 7-2583 after S p.tn. or write new shopping area on U. S. N I A -S" VICES '75 building suitable for small(( ,business Colorado Ave., Stuart. 8-20: (90)( ( ) JENSEN BEACH
News with payment. If Von are a D. J. Abbott, Star Route, Jensen in North Stuart It Just keeps fT .... oil ice or rental unit l.et your 500 S. FLACLF.R, STUART Ii II
Stuart News mail subscriber'or' are Beach, Fla. tf (35)RIVERFRONT ) log and'we want to retire. I rental units help pay for the prop FOR SALE: lout$1,000-down andS Local and long distance movIng SAM RHODES
Ijsttd m the Stuart telephone directory r wr' the Seven "Cs"'Orottry LANtS 'Sprmller y tems, city 2000000.. Good forms: Ro- 100() J a month, four one bedroom Packing crating and hlppinKo
you can place your ad by tale home with pool U. S. 1 I., just north of Sluart. landscaping, sod. Fastest grow |pnd G. Lueder, Realtor, 729 Cola apartments! furni hed. Live rent
,phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and for rent. Furnished or unfur 8.20 ( ) nursery In Martin County. Pel Ave''Stuart.; '.20 ((90)) free and have income too. Inquire CONSTRUCTION, NC.
say. "1 want to place a want-ad." nished.Call 2870948. tf ((35)) IIlJ Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A), the Seven "Cs" Grocery Store WARFIIOUSE STORAGE DIAL 2RT-4110
City AT 7-1918. tf ( 75)) 20 ACRE tract on paved road U. S 1 I. just t riorth of Stuart Ph.
SPECIAL NOTICES
IN Stuart across from school High ground partially cleared 2870878tf Phil Baler, Sales !Manager
(171))
8-20 ((90))
One bedroom hath kitchen, IIIIMIIII J 1 .MIl\! pink txora. Large with excellent drainage. 1 15 minutes tf usoi

Give your mall address as living endfI dinette.. Newly: painted WANT the best prloa for four' I. 1.00 5 ft Oleos Plumosa 1.00, from downtown Stuart. Only BEST waterfront buy 2 bed
'''well as your telephone number and tJ Furnished. 2875055. CaU Jack Bruiel at I Palma '10 ft 5.00. Large $495.00 per acre Terms. M. P. room I Ibath, new' CBS must ... l II
in your want-ad. The Stuart tf ((35)) Merkle Motors. Inc tf ( ) friut trees, flowering shrubs, Nelson, Realtor 325 E. Ocean be sold. Nive waterfront view. Only REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
News has hundred of TWO bedroom unfurnished Apt, Visit Enders Nursery, White Blvd., 287-3566. 8-20 ((90)) $13.500. M. P. Nelson Real Estate,
out-of-state subscribers who Osceola: & Cortez in Stuart 3 ALCOHOLIC A"0 NY M 0 8-27(75)( ) WIDOW SAYS 325 E. Ocean Blvd. 2873566. __ A" m __ w.
SELU! Custom
are pects your for real best estate possible sales pros and block from schools.! $79 per mo. nesday meets at, at the 8:30: p.nuevery $ia: dozen; Hibiscus!,' built home, 2 bedroms!, 2 baths. 8-20 ((90)) _- _

rentals boats help wanted, W. H. Wagner, 287.4880 or 287- Jensen Beach.Community For .$10.I( dozen- Come !see the qual Believe i i| or not a basement too. FOR Sate: Completely furnishedtwo I [II III
1696. tf THINK!
((35))
Croton Farm Central heat :
Indian Air
Hybrid conditioner.
gardening trailers, and serv Phone AT 7-3331: tf ( ) bedroom home on beautifully
ices. floor Drive, 4 miles North of White terrazzo floors awning win. I
LOVELYground apartment landscaped lot large bedrooms
furnished, one bedroom, Near NEW NURSERY Bridge. 8-2(75)() ( ) down, alum, awnings!!! oversized: tile bath knouy pine cabinets : I RALPH HARTMAN JR.
schools and bent Adults Call For preschool ages. garage and laundry room, with 13 cubic foot refrigerator ,
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONSi 2872693. tf ((35)) fenced playground. Well Sale, Mkctlbaeotu 78 access to large boat dock. Florida Caloric DeLuxe Range Ait Conditioner
lunches, naps on tofu l room could bellIed for guest room. Large Utility Room When You Think
.' (Numbers over 100 refer to display FURNISHED upstairs apartmentat supervision of owner. Vera 1 ____ $19,900.00./ Roland G. Lueder, Carports Patio Lot of Extras -
&' classified which appear 200 Lonita St., Casa Terrace. Cor. U. S. 1 and St. Lucia l MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart I Priced $2,000( under replacementat REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
after the end of the smaller ads. In Living room-bedroom combination cent. Phone Stuart 287- 0771. 8.20 ((90)) only $10,900. Phone 287-4054

.numerical I order. B4 sure to look full bath, sundeck. Suitable tf ( ) Lowest Prices In Florida -- or P. O. Box 1395, Stuart 8-20 ((90)) 110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 '
for one w two persons. Muni he eao (
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seen to he appreciated. Call 287- FOR easy,, guick carpet i FOR_ RENT 135 bo. U Ilj4! .t.- =
''FOR RENT 35-135 3489. 8-20 <35)) rent Blut I-umra I Electric i ls tARS 'DRUMS PIANOS FOR RENT 135 __ __ H' : _
ORGANS --
tOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 ONE bedroom efficiency apartment poocr, only $1. per day. _. .....4:>..1 I r -- ---
WAITED TO RENT 40-140 All electric kitchen. Across Leighton Furniture 620 S. EASY TERMS

HELP WANTED 43-143Jbriployment from new high school. Use of Hwy. 8.20 ( ) Waterfront Homes Acreage

1 ( Wanted 48-148BimincM Washer and dryeT. Waterfront L MORITZ PIANO CO. EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS

Opportunities 50-150 $70.00 a month. 287-430n.) USED CARS A TRUCKS 112 No- SIb Street JI ---. "yea
8-20 ((35)) Pierce Fla. Pb. 461.4747N p T
LOST A FOUND 53-153 A ,
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\ SCHOOLS: 54-154 FURNISHED one bedroom cottage 58 BEL-AIR off-whito ((78)) I Fr .. ,
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I SPECIAL NOTICES 55-15S ( on river, $55 single or $60 V-8 Sports sedan. Full R U SSE', elusMo stockings: ON 7 x -s.z .Z rrr
f 58 158 double Monthly or year 'round, and radio. Very clean; $485. knee pads, anklet, etc. Stuart
i ( USED CARS -160 O L.. Mays, 431 North Indian 287-41117..:. ( ) Corp tf (ml) THE ST.,, LUCIE
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HEW CARS -
River Drive, Jen en. 8-20( ((35)) .
BOATS SERVICES 63-163 FOR SALE: 1962 Heaters, $49.64 Jla" One and hro-roort efficiencies.Spaclooi ,rr
TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 SMALL modern apartment SIS sedan Very good lined, 10 year warranty. New ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENS
week. Close !in. Inquire at The radio, heater, white watt tires. used rahges 'and refrigerators. ( shaded grounds
Service Offered, MUc. 11171PUNTS Seven "C'c" Grocery Store, North I cellent: gas mileage. Fine Buy. Inc. of Florida, 140 rrkh. Lot Boat Dock. t, ,
A SERVICES 75-175 U.S. I *1 20th 5trcet U 138) 287-4977. SCO. Han 2871818. .. at4t
!. .!. : ) ( ) Shopping' Sbufflcboard. TV and Lounge '* .
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For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 (71)L 8-27 ((78)) ni RA.I" OCRAN BOVI.SCTAMOTVAHT. : ,+.,F'w.i...
BEDROOM-Kitchen r'LONIOA80011tNRlM1rD
Wanted To Buy (!Mine.) 81-181 l 1960\ FORD Tudor In rery t- Week Month Year
Adults. U,. a Apariment'l Condition 1964, plate' $ > OIL PAINTINGSNow : : ArARTMaUfT "Sert'ice,1leans So Much"
STORAGE 84 184Rral a HOOMS R1TRIRUIPLICROARD
MOVING -
AT. 7-2902. ( ) Cad 287-1748. |{' ( ) buy one for as little as COURT 624 ST. tUCie CRESCENT:
: Estate For Sale 90-190 -- 0 per week. Art Mart Rio. STUART FLORIDA
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FURNISHED two bedroom L L J. MaiAIOXABLO RATEaTT
apartment
Red Estate Wanted 96-196' close in ", 8.21(78)) LOUNOU 287-9812
reasonable' Also BOATS A SERVICES Telephone LOCKHART REALTYSEWALLS
..... rooms! for rent in private hams 1It-4-I\-4. sectional retch 11..011, ....... w Y"r17 F, K. WOOD, Manager
I -- (SI9 East 5lh St., Stuart, tf ((35). ) Good condition. Reasonable. W. T. FACET, Mgr w HID) POINT AT 7-1777
FOR RENT 35 AUTHORIZED Johnson .
TWO bedroom house. Completely Complete Sales, Service :: men's clothing, small.5ljt; DIal AT V-TM tf till a.ta (ISO)
..._ JJ AfOR' I e almost t new Call 2R7 ,
furnished in Palm City 2872137 Oood selection of dependable 8-20 (78)) __,. 11 -
furnished --- -- -
RENT: 2 bedroom 8-20(35)( ( ) Moan Expert) ry- COMPANY
I house on Indian River Sewalls Mechanic. CASA RIO -CRAFTS: Supplies & In EXPECTING ?
Point. Yearly $125( 'per month. roR RENT: Small furnished MOTOR SALES, ire 440 Rt structions. AIL supplies avail WONDER WIIFRE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN ACREAGE

cau 287-2197. t _tf ((35)) month house,Available accommodates: September 3. $65.8th.per In Rio. AT 7-0944.) tf ( ) Free Instructions with pur Call M and atop worrying! Reasonable! ntei and an hMosphfrt 10 ACRES 660 ft. on Hard Top rood a wonderful valueII.Z50.oo.

FURNISHED apartments on river 287-6395\ or apply J. G. Shaw OUTBOAKU MOTORS ... Unusual gift for all oc that will surpass all but year area $ : TrraM.
: \On. Strew hats & bags. Flori(
3 rooms and efficiencies. TV 416 E. Ohccola. Stuart tf (35)) ED Wa have parts for souvenirs. Oriental outdoor CALL MARIE KIRK. )MANAGERNow 10 ACRES: Clow hi, a best buy at $5,000.00.<< Term

and beak(dock, 443 privileges.North Indian Driftwood River roR RENT: One bedroom furnished popular and condensar.Ulmer makes. Caa test Motors your, & stature Pecan candies. Available for Yon Sleeping Comfort! HIGHWAY FRONTAGE

Drive, Jensen Beach. AT 7-2237,, apartment In Port Sal AT 7-1353. Your Friendly shippers. The most complete Niagara Oclo-Manage Unite fa Out Dab U s.JVO. 1 Up to 660 approdmately 350 fU dl't'p" $60.00
If erno. Flcctriclty furnished. 'Phone Shop on the East Coast front foot.
((3S) Deal*. ,tf ) per
287-1564. 8.20 (35)) in and bring your friends Southwind Motel U.S. NO. 1 128 ft x 125 ft. deep I good location. Full
1W0 bedroom furnUheJ apart- ... _!__ L FOR SALE: Complete I Hat( daily from 9 tilt ,. Cloud< price $5.000.00. Good terns
inept for vent in North River FOR RENT OR SALE Marina Supplies, Marine P n day ALGOZZINI GIFT US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONEi 287-0773
31
.dares. $128 monthly year around. Marine Hardware--everything U. & No. 1, Hobe Sound. w HIDTRAILERS CBS HOUSE

,CaU 287-3547. tf (JS) A.. ....__ boat WWtlcar Boat 546-5373. 8-20 ((78)) I $8,500.00 buy this 3 BEDROOM IVi\ bath,, on a lot
FURNISHED two-bedroom two oral SPilL tf ) GIC 75 ft s 117 ft
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'FURNISHED two bedroom CHCF 30" white Gas .
apart-
I hath waterfront home in Stuart. J. 1nII'Jt"". V ..L .....
/> 'menu Very clean. Reasonable Can he used as three bedroom !if BOAT for Sale: 19'. 7* learn Range. Brand new with fiber A SERVICES 168
t ('Adult. 287-0768. If no answer HP outboard new canvas oven seal, automatic thermo
'feu 287-4806. tfJ35)) Desired.1365. Swart Season' or )'tarl)'if. ((38)Box) Fully equipped Ideal for Retails at 169.50. Will sell for ; ____......cI_ 1 ... ___ TAYLORASHLEYREAL
1 $JCX).Call W-0498. 8-20 ( ) .$ or trade for 30" Electric
,NEAT, clean, Yi Inch swayj- roUR bedroom. 3-hatn house In -- due to heart ailment. Dennis. I
from t town. Furnished efficien- Swart City Limits FOR A FISHERMAN 37. Lake Side Mobile Horn
'c!(,/ .. The best of neighbors $45.Uprothy nice. Furnished; or unfurnished.References. Especially. 24' Lapstrake' hardtop hull. 11 miles south of Stuart on TRAILER STORAGE ESTATEJim
/ Apartments, 211 Colorado No take inboard+ or outboard 1 I. (78))
Ave., 287-4837. 8.27 ((35)) seasonal loose Box pets 1365 Yearly, Stuart or 1 If you can "install motor 'let -.r........8JO._--. \ Associate
tf spare time, you should see INTERNATIONAL one-batf t 'q WE HAVE SPACE FOR 630 COLORADO) AVE. MIO.NE AT 7-2440
New Studio
ON the Water: duplex ((38)) ton : ...
Efficiencies. Furnished, Cathedral boat Ideal for Inside or ett-. slate body pick-up truck MORE THAN 100 UMTSW : s ryn,
FX>R SALE OR RENT many extras. Reasonable.' Knee
Colored( tile Three bedroom fishing Call West Palm Beach,
ceilings bath and chest-type drink box $'0. al.w .. s.tlK. _n.
tub and shower Kitchens: by Frig one a half hath Manx 2-5204 or 655-1783. U ( ) .we w
Central heat and air conditioning. Falls router plane tit con i T awN rMrtw. rrw l4. YNaq
idaire. Bahama beds __
Large tree- 2874593. and new $50. One-half hone ab w1 ..It N wt U.w
Pier shaded, lighted.porches.Adults Plus! Sea 110'Gale Fishing Villas .n tf ((38)WANTED ) TRAILERS A SERVICES $50.air compressor' with aces. M .(_ M r<* Uk.. BUY BUY BUY !I.J

Cunhman! elecrlegoIf
1531, Lighthouse, Stuart/ Phone Point.287-1657 P. O. Box TO RENT 40 FOR Sale: 25 1954" Silver.4 CI( $\\(10.( Three! hone power, 220 REPAIRSRENOVATIONSERVICEMainlMMnct B Jroom CBS duplex $16400 S2JOO.OO ._..
II!, 1725 RPM electric terrier availaMa daring storage period
UlU motor
9.10 (35)( ) aluminum house trailer Corner location' one side rented See It Now! I
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i Sit foot sickle: bar mower for
_.. RETIRED couple wish to rent two good condition. Best offer.
I bedroom house or apartment phone AT 7-2237 tf ( ) tractor $100. 287J020.1)nr- RAVELLA -
furnished! ; December lit April .. Fjowerjarm. 8.210781) _
30th. Near water Write details ; PICK-UP/ COACHES = .!. FOR CHOICE
Srrvtcte Offered Maw.. SALD Vespa ISO Motor t "::= ::
E. M. Howman. 71 Claude Street Scooter. Good condition.! $125.I FOR IMMEDIATE t ',
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BeaconsfieU: Quebec Canada. L 74)186.
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((78)) Hutchinson Island
propertyas
WADS 8.20 ((40)) WISCONSIN Bngrs : DELIVERYFOR ,,
a ell l l D t.a and LaottM low as . . . $100.. per ft.
U fey (Mh*.) II
COOLED ENGINES la stock:
DOTHEJOB>" HELP WANTED .uWAITRESS parts and men who tnowIIow\ SALE FROM STOCKt Lots as low as . : 52,250.00()
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b"", repair them. ULMER ONE A THREE: BEDROOM: FLCETWOOD MOBILE IIO\IFS
i the I best for Business Corners low as $15,000.00
wanted for day or -be"Dial AT 74JJ5. Your prfcw your SAVE 4UONEl'111)'W'n as
,hift rr Dod Doa"" tf ) reef Can Jack Bruiel at 2W-
night Only experienced: ,e low
need apply( in person. Poor Bob'sCocktail Merkle Motors bra tf ((81)) ) thinking af kayi*. a aww MoMe Home natt as a wand Acreage >as as $435.00

Lounge AlA Jensen: RAY COOMB'S Septfo Tank save wary (aerate the SMMMI ...... Homes as low as $12,000.00
Beach.: tf ((4.)) Ice Cleaning and repairing. .. Estate far Me to Far' Sale! A hemidfal) 1958 '- *..*. w. eta n H sw *>k..
drain fields repaired and tr- .... .". ""' ....t sw -
MAN (or assistant manager of Dial AT 70651.AT 7-9862. ( Cadillac roar dnor hard*... w- ... wM:: ....... ....... Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did
S995.'".
local buoineta. Plea* ) Sale
Must1ype. by Owner 4 100 ft waterfront -
WHEEL ALIGNMENT tad to that ... wtrh Dti'ia a* std
!give qualifications by letter: only lots. HJ,h and dry Sandy wanto and yass. yaur
Box.S. c/o Stuart News. 8.2014)) BALANCING with Bear at $29 a foot AT 7- traHtr, track or tar We _,.. aril, trade ar arvtpl aa raa !(BBsBt

CURB--GIRL-- WANTED: Apply meat for itself by trained In tare .mechanic....... We have yell( >x tf ((90)) LT OK BOTTLED GAS ion 9c'KlaJtot {

In person A &: W Root Beer equipment and town. Your SALE: Three bedroom 2- !
Drive /In, U. S. No. 1, South, ly Dodge *.,. ULMER bath home. CBS construction: SANDY'SMOBILE :
Muart ..;o ((43)) TORS or Dial AT 7-333. tf ) porcks fenccd-uj yard. n
Pial( ATlantic 7.1550 ; terrace. Terms. Phone HOME AND TWOC' SAIES c.... At* WANTED: Mature woman to live WE Spccialia:Window and .
7-32M AT T-W1
ask ice the in as companion: light bouse repair Clua repuwxnwoi: .37 ((90)) Oac M3 I Sooth af Snarl aai US. 1 AT 7-2SO AT -
and work required. Pleasant cvrrouaJ"HJ sad service.Qatanai tale* bedraora waterfront bom I110NE2S7-57M DON OK LLY ar BOB WILLIAMSH
w.ult private room dn AT inum ntr'UI CJM. Buiktm Wd tra4 tor vacant land Write M
Waw t Ad Tiik: s. 7-0416, 1-20(43) Service, tax..AT 7.2I4RJU, ( 2J, Snarl, !?.. If o O J ,




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i. earned from to u.&. enaveniew a".r '.." I .".r an Mh Cfwrl' Bcith. iW tm**' THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
in Omaha. He reports that the lwr rn ind Mrs. Ruby" tulle* Stuart, Thursday, August M, 194 7.B
'Lutheran Hour" was high-lighted e Mr. and bits S. C, crews tm t _____
m this, the 47th Anniversary!!' Con Palm City News son Gainer Crew Jensen' Beach; BrRlII, ANNOUNCEMENTS
vention of the LLL Mr. and Mr J. B. Little and children .

I Addressing the Convention was SIRS\ ANITA WHITE, I<*1 srt aM CMsKr' and Ante Piul Franklin weight Wven -?

I Dr. Woo Ytonf Ji director of tM>> Correspondent Crews.CVRtl' I pounds' etJ>t and oosvmilT" ouncesPaNfits I'

I Korean Luthftan Hour. He noted Telephone 217.5592Reunion SITOR\ VWlRtYIRLM Mr and M...... Zane DC I,
that more than 100.000 ftenoM Loath of Fruitland Park He ur
: ) Ml.VHP
have been enrolled! in the ,fiveyear1old I rived Monday, Aug I(Oat the Lees
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- +o+sarsa ww I Korean programs correspond- 3 On Anf to Rev tensile J. burg Hospital, Th maternal
ence coarse in Christianity' and Held Sharp former pastor of the United graisifparcnm are Mr and Mrs
11 f f tce of Institution' 11.000 have been graduated to date. I Ctwircri of C hHxt (Congregatrorml Johnny Fllitnowski The maternal

9M The Lutheran Hour speaker Dr. 'I 1s J'I At Crews Home ) writ celebrate; his (toil h great aran,.,.,...* are Mr. H mdMn

Hoffman. was mvited by August birthday. Iferhert Taylor all ot Pulm

t. Mary Church Sundayt 1 Cardinal But, president of the I Ralph'' NMrson Of Cleveland OhM .. Cit{ )'.

Roman Catholic Secretariat for Fifty. -four numbers of the ('rew) wftrteh asking. members and MR HIIS10N "BREAKS 'llIP
t the 10 '.m. service Sunday ancient practice in the church I promoting Christian Unity' to be agwest Family gathered, at the home of frIenI.f.h re to Join) In a card
23 at St. Mary'a Episcopal back to the verb when going t at the Second: Vatican Council ''Mr. and Mrs. henry Crews oA shower for him. The address\ Is: Mrs Elizabeth Huston, one of
the office of early days in Rome the first three Cast 9th Street, SunIIIY. Aug In. citizen who lives
rch institution apostles) publicly committed 1 II 1 1115 EVIgewflter Drive, Cleveland, our senior on
to!
be performed Tor the newr a chosen member of the weeks in November It was' the first time all the brothers Ohio Michigan/ Avenue, had a fall lust

the Rev, Arthur A. Smiih ;{ the responsibility for congregation the care A Senior Retreat for High School and li h.'rlilh their f.ll1i1iehll" Please send a card and make I h Ihiirsday in Ohio where she i b'

inning thu office will he the and nurture of the parish during I graduates: will be held at Lake i been together in 'ten >enn.I a very happy birthday for him spending the !summer with some" of
Rev James L. Duncan Bishop the absence of f the apostles.ST. Placid for .week-end of Sept. I An old Honda traditional meal her children: Result of the full was
e Diocese of South Florida. ) 4-6 Young adults through age I was cooked and served outdoors, UlVl'H. \\uI:NECO: >lKILU'llS1' : a broken hip. She entered W \ne

I presenting the congregation M\RVS EPISCOPAL thirty-five are invited, consisting.Jin': cahbuue soil IHtRCII: McAtoruil. Hospital, (OracnvilU
I
ie service will be Roland Mer- Walther League Labor Day Pun I fish the old Crew s family > Sunday August '21rd beginning Ohio,
Thursday, Aug. :20! : 7:30: a.m., wash-pot and hush- she moved Onxl
senior warden and Bruce Rally will be held at Our Savior puppies. at 1 12:30 .rn. will see a dihrtet Tuesday) was to
almn ', Holy Eucharist.; 10 a.m. Holy church iB Plantation on Sept 6-7 REV DURttARD KNIGHT JR. RECIIARLES BENNFTT Those who attended were: Air and the grounds p of the Baptist ('habelfor !' on Samaritan Hospital' Dayton, Ohio
10 orli I Eucharist. Mrs, Bill. Warren and four children for
he e of institution is an All young people from confirmation members and friends It will surgery
Sunday, Aug 23: 8 '.m., Holy age to twenty-one are invited. Conference Confirms Calls Moncks (Comer S C : Vet'non I /be followtd by the orgsnlratJona friends wishing to "send card

Eucharist: 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist Cost is minimal, housing will l be I Winters of Oregon. Mr and meeting at 2:10 p.m. at which urn can mail them to the latter address
RIO BAPTIST and Institution of the Rector. The provided Local representatives are Mrs L. WVmters and daughter, I the chapel will become the First
I Rev. Arthur A. Smith. Bishop Sharron Stoner, or Mr and Mrs Rev. Knight Stuart Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. J. SV in. ( Palm ('ity. Donald. lee weight seven '
he Prayer and Bible study hour James l. Duncan will install Father Al Kerner Jr.. Redeemer young to ; ten tort Pierce; Mr and Mrs BaptistT 'tI\lrdl"af pounds fourteen ounce*. Parents
ins at 7:45 p.m, Wednesday' Smith as Rector of St Mary'aParish people counselors Reservationsmust J. E. lliklkhrandt t and three children Ihe program will be as follows: Sir, and Mrs Donald Indium.
church choir will practice at be in by Wednesday of this Rev. Bennett Salerno Miami; Walter Crews and Rev Henry Talum. Pastor Will be Mrs, \tUJlURll1 the former Barbara.

p.m. ...-...... week. daughter ValUj, (alif. Harvey the moderator Rev Jimmy Thompson If.l).|"xI. The little one arrived
1ic' Woman's, Missionary Un. REDEEMER LUTIIFRW )Pastor's Bible Class held on Winter and Herbert Fultz, Vent District 12 Missionary of the \\c\lrtcsdav, Aug 12 at Martin
will meet Thursday at 7:30: Tuesday of each week will commence The MiJ-South Conference of one from Georgia and one from Beach; Mr. Howard Taylor, Foil Indian Rivet Association will be. McSmulul) Hospital He Is the first
Worship services every Sunday the Southern Methodist Church Sunford. Rev Pierce Mr. and Mrs Oscar' rlilu.VCI' the key speaker> Rev Forrest Watkins .
at the church for a mission- on Sept. 15 ot 7.10: p.m. Knight said that ; grandchild on the maternal side of _,
of the First
Church
and business morning at Redeemer Lutheran Beach: Mrs. L. C. MvRay Baptist the Hubert Hagoods and the first
convened
the
program meeting.e in the Church. at First South rlMetlkxlit \ "The Southern Methodist Churchis
will the
Junior Department of the Church, East Ocean Blvd. at and' five children, dlenwood. Da.; I Stuart give insplritionamessage itrelt grandchild of the Herbert
10 Church of Baron Rouge, experiencing, growth as It has Roy Hamilton Chairman
day school Mil have :30, with Bible Class and Sunday Mr and Mrs, George s.bulJ.n" Dtntcls.
talent social a hobby School preceding at 9:15 ALL \INTV EPISCOPAL La. on'Aug 69. never had since the beginning of Judy Crews.! West Palm' Beach; of the Missions Committee of the

at the -churchinday Friday. at 7:30: Foregiveness Is the Heart-Beat Jensen Broth The Appointment Committee, of the church in I MO. These groups Mr, and Mrs O C. Crews Mr, Baptist Church, Stuart together, The Anna I Laura; Circle, Con .
school 9 45 of God in Man" Dr Oswald Hoffman the Mid 1 -South Conference confirmed came to us because' they were'sick with Garland Fdcn field and Carl grevntianal, will meet Aug. lfit >.
With a' crass begins of Bible at : will tell the Lutheran Hour The IJth Sunday after Trinity the call of Rev Charles O and tired of the mx.lnliMiC: ------- llrklge will give a .brief account 7:10 p.m. it the church for the

The Sunday school studyeveryone. listeners next Sunday as he discusses 'Au,. 23: 7:30 a.m., Holy Communion Bennett as pastor of the Salerno trend existing!/ in the iknominutions FIRST BiPllNf\ (M' S1UVRFWeitnesJay of the! !beginning' and development regular 'monthly' meeting Mill

icheu four-week attendance: the petition m the Lords ; 9 .m., Morning Prayer- Southern Methods! Church, Port they left The Southern Methodist of the Ch.pel.After I Carolyn Allen will .be the hostess
a
Prayer, "Forgive Us Our Trey Holy Communion. Salerno and Rev, Outward H. Church has maintained the d'C.trinal e\fnihg M 6:15: :the this ceremony' It will olf .
pain. with The great enthuiasmweek. : passes" The Lutheran Hour can Monday Aug 24 St. Bartholomew Knight Jr. as pastor of the Osceola position of historic Method. Youth (hoir will rehearse it the ic a Ily be The First Baptist t Church ROCKY lANGislOYSBfRIIII :'

is II.morning worship be heard every Sunday evening at : 7 a.m? Holy Communion intention Street Southern Methodist Churchof ivm. People want the Bible taughtin church' The Training Union Fx of Palm City) in cooperation with >4Y
ice at Training Unionins ecutive Committee will meet at 6:10 Indian River
the Association
Sunday School and preached in ollorMa
"Love word
God
Stuart
: or
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35 WSTU.
1t at 6:30: p.m. The evening : over I church not lectures on social at the chnnh At 'Uti, ) the midweek III'ptll'lI'Ivenl f.nd Rocky langston, son of Mr and
ship service is at 7:4.5.: A nurse Pastor Donald Schroeder, the I Tuesday, Au,. 25, 'it Louis Kingof Twelve new churches\ were received service will /be held In the Southern f Convention Mrs David Caudell of East 2nd
ideologies, concluded Rev, Knight.Also prayer Baptist
is provided for infants during Lutheran 1-aymcn's League District -: France: 7am. Holy Communion into the Mid-South conference The Chancel Choir will Street t. celebrated his fifth birth
I of the services. pastoral advisor has just re- i Intention: For all Christian : M\ from Alabama, two from attending the conferencewere rehearse sanuuary at W;15Thursdiy PrRSONAUT"Joannle:' I day Wednesday Aug 12 He and
rulers" i Louisiana 'two from Tennessee, Mrs. diaries Bennett; Mrs his friend played games I and, had
-'f'1M\QIM.-W. ,''rirwatsetrsta.rrtaaaaREAL I ------ --- Madeline Pedersen Brenda. John morning' 7 the men Yates of Loop Road
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.. refreshments of cake and let ,
.. cream
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snraura Tatar "'s
ESTATE FOR SALE 190 1 aplh atNa.il .itlM Susan and Barbara Bennett, and of the church: meet fora prcr) I Is visiting relatives in St. Petersburg .
I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HO dale and Jack Knight, and Sheryto meeting. The Sunday School. SivrIntcndcnt | this week Present "besides the hoMoree *'
will meet ut the church wets: Connie and de irge Pope T
_. .., ,, Thomas
I "'- I MrsTllerm' Sharon ind Vandiford,
Thursday evening at 7 followed art t tH Mr. and bullet Douglas
The Southern Methodist ChurchIs I II. by a meeting of the Church I and! Mrs Miller mother Mrs. Shemll I 1 and Jennifer'ISt >ne, Allen.*
not a member of the National Nominating Committee I (lura C'cxiner have returned from a and I iXbn: Sabrina I.ang'
YOU ASKED FOR IT! Council of Christian Churches visit In sham San Ferlu1fI. and Debra
Sunday will be "On to College Michigan. Mr, add Mrs,
C. B. ARBOGASTREALTOR and local congregations own and Miller visited Mr and Mrs D. L.Nancrakky Banner. toRt
control their own church properties.FTIL1r Day" at the church and the ,,'
Not just another house but student Mill be recognised at II.M'1 Muskegon )Heights,,
a '
morning services. Rev Forrest ana the Raymond itwanson of kNS WAS BIGGMT:
MMIIOniSTSmart
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home you would enjoy Watkins v.illlI\'f.k\ on "HM C' Muskeuon. Nlrs C uopcr: = visited nersulef POM 11C\I. SPINDrR: -
ESTABLISHED 1925 Sirs Joel Harlow and Urn ;
tlan Scholur"" at th. nwrfling s.tv.Ices. '*
tens Adams !Secretary of
State
252 Osceoh Avenue Stuart AT 7-0440 'C' \lroRT A8J.E Wednesday Aug. 19: Chancel 1 At the evening nrvlc: at : fly of Ninth t.h_'III.tl"n. 'icralte
$ 2 BEDROOM, I bath CBS construction. I has reported thai the six Doino
Choir rehearsal it 7:3: () his topic will be !1>e Two ) 1:4'1,
Located In Buhama Terrace on lance corner. lot. lifetime cement p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. I Lee Butts returned and three Kipublic cindi! *
PROFESSIONAL EXCIIAftCE BUILDING Thursday, Aug 20: meeting of Monday evening" at' 7 the Ihursiluy from r visit date lor'ern"r S! Art
a lr"lay \ .
spent
tile roof. AIM ... a circular *h-.. Step-saver klfrhen ti DIM ; River Aw.xl..ik Brotherhik ?a
Commission on Membership and >n tie .. ,
on west eoasiMr 2n M during the two pfl"m+v cam' p
modern and
compact. Separate eating' porch: adjoin klukrn.City will Ko hIM
Our Best Buy Fvangelisfti' the homo of Mrs, I adini Night supper JitckVHivllle'i Mavor H.n
water Stove and refrigerator Included. Owner, hat over C. larl: Evan at 7:JO p.m. at the Dvnklin Memorial lluplist and Mrs, 1 Lev: J Intent i oMiami :riill topped the list with: ,.

15000.00 Invested Will sacrifice for $13,600. Only $I(50,00 Saturday, Aug 22: MYP Retreat I, Church In ladiuntown I weft Thursday\ j visitors at $750,132 and he will spend "mon" { .,
cash required. N* financing costs 1'ue< liy licrmx>n at 2 the IX>rcis the horn of her mother Mrs,I
21 LOTS 11 OF WHICH I I ARK begin' meeting it the old iiuslev as 'the November gcyrsial
church 1:15 Juno Class will meet Ml the hone of Ann, While Their children 1 1KbM -
: at : a.n. to go to tlcttions appnach
Beach Mrs I rah Moolry with Mr*. belie. and Allen who' had, been visiting .
WATERFRONT Ann Martin a s c..IK"le'/ll. hits their grandmother. returned to .. I _'M .
Sunday, Aug 21: the worship ; 1) I I.. Savers "In the president' of M lam{L A
M. P. NELSONREALTOR (!ARn W 111.INKSOur :\
ONLY"$25,000 for the entire track ; services Mill he held at S43 and this class.

.. 1 Ham I with Certified I ay Speaker" I Douglas Vend;;:rd returned to recent sad I 1 KM 'leave u*

Henry Kindred" delivering the message 'I ()N1-J.: 'nnt'" : his hi""* In Murfrevshoro." N. C.. with grateful hearts. toward "o/jlb'/
Our Best Buy and Captain Warren (Wins SOUI1II.RN M..IIUUlU. I Monday, after upending' th* aummer bon and friends Their' comfortingexprcssltms
directing the service here with hit Mr and of svmph'olid. a
ASSOCIATES; FUEN Nn SON, M. R. OlONNY) NELSON Monday, Au,. 24: Men't prayer I Sunday School will he held this Mrs James Vindifurd.Sergeant purent. tholUllhtl'lh1C"11111 always he

325 E OCEAN BLVD. STUART, f1.ORID.no 217-3566 group will meet in the sanctuary Sunday morning beginning it 9:4ti remembered
at 7 a m. and will be under the direction W'iiii;;;; hart
HOMES Member MULTIPLE. usnsc I : Arthur I". Sims fleetly Iiheen' The family of I'liner PiJgetlI
RVICEI. Wednesday, Au 26: Chancel Carson C ok*.. I I. home on a
> U'O'! > II Jr
Choir rehearsal at 7:JO p.m. Rev. Uirward Knight day I leave visiting his parents Mr ,iatwwa..iwr ., .m.yarr', MTraoperBill
will speak al the 1 II 1 a.m, worships ::
and Mr LuciShorrs
Sum ,
Thursday Aug 27: Methodist C1>hh. M /
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rvlc* this Sunday morning Rev,
TIlE VIEW THROLGII THE PALMS from the picture window Men (lib supper meeting (t:10p and hIS daughter" ca.Iefoill .
"
oC thin St. Luck Riverfront home b EXOTIC! The 90 ft riverfront .m.: Bit Idmg Committee meetsat render a duel number "lac* Id
lot b all bulk headed too. Nice, sand beach Two large 8 p.m. lit sanctuary. 1' Mr, and Mrs Donald Ross,
ace.
Choice Waterfront !Shrcveport. la, have been visit,
bedroom, 12 X 17 and 13 > 14, Two Bath, 23 ft. Living Room PropertyOwner Pastor' office hour will Kf held ills mother, Mrs. Bell .Kos and. .
-.. Room with Fireplace Central CM Heat Completely JEIIOVAIESWITNF:4SLS this Wednesday afternoon front
Dining Kingdom HuB Brit Rnml 1 sister Mrs, l litoa Smith and. Mrs
Furnlvhed' In .the city, close to everything. ONLY $26,500. 2 to 5. The pastor may hi seen kl Mary Welch

Will Sacrifice Thursday: 7:10( p.m.. Theocratic Other lime by ippointmenl -

Ministry School; II:30 r'.m., srrvkc Prayer and Bible, stikty will N. Mrs Stella Mackel' hal rttumedlo sags'r
SPANISH :\ WITH STATELY TROPICAL CHARM meeting. theme "U,",", Every,; held each: Wednesday night beginning her hum on hasp: Road after Y
large 150 ft. Wooded lot ..flowering- and clans frre* Two 200 FT. ON jlROAD ST LUCIR Form I of Prayer" I it 7:41, and will.be under the a visit of three momh In Pinmyl

spactow Bedroom Dining Room and Nice, compact Kitchen I Sunday: 4 p.m., Public. ., Disco i direction of the pastor Yalta '

Beautiful Apartment with Sun Deck make tidy Income I irse" SIJ: p.m.. Bible study with BVTFRIVN I _
FIRST PHr
Close to shopping Center Tout $21,250. HID consider tradeor With Seawall aid of Watchtower theme Taith- Pine bILe Drive I Mr. and! Mrs Sam CuM l1 and '4I
smaller home. ful Endurance in the lime of the : family spent Sunday in Melbourne

Property has depth of 484 ft. [Rd." Sundayi; 9 a fit. Sunday Church I visiting relatives.

Tuesday: :10 p Bible School classes for all age*. W1U I :;: ; -
theme "tf l tIlf bdr.. Ham r 0,11'lrcrrn1endcnt Freddl UDayton: Ospent .,
SALERNO SUF.PER-CorMr: Rocky Point Road Lot 100 s Limits of > w )
Kitchen \Within City Stuart a Strong Tosver" 10 a.m., mourning worship MrvuM, i a few day with hit untl.
U"lftI-11orIda
120 2 Bedroom CBS Home AwemMe for held Mmlrtry: I CTwwr practice' will .N "held and aunt the Delbert Htisloni' of
Total Wee 8500. Will rent for $65.00 per numlh TaM Mich'gan!' AvenM
7 30
Saturday. 915: am. and iumlay, I WMkiesday evening at : I
only Z.uO per year. Nice Rambling Frame Home and 9IJam. There will he an esecuHv hoard
Cottage marling of the Women' AMocb. Mr. and. Mr. Don Kahl and

Beautiful Lawns Trees FIRST atURCtl 0Jt roam I lion Monday evening Aug 24, al family.' base returned. from ft wk\
and Shrubs
HC1ENTWT 7:to p 11at the' church vacation visiting relatives .In Hill*
See NORTH RIVER SHORES lh, Women A* Hltlon will... data. Much, and Cleveland' U h.
fowl OCCM Btt.t, .....
meet Tuesday Aug 25 al II::ID( -
NORTH RIVER FOREST 54 Yoar Broker or ...... Owa eAT Sunday morning service: at II. i. m. al IN church. for a covert Rev and SIr L H Daniel of
RIVER RIDGE l4sermMi subject Aug. 23 dish"" lunchron The program will the Assembly of bed Clinrch.. andtheir

Mind" /be a report by Mr*. Malcolm children! have returned from 'I'' I
STUARTS LEADLNC WATERFRONT: 7-2697 Sunday Kfaool II a.m. Nursery h Harris. a vacation' in Virginia and North
AT 7.3232
provided. Cafolln!
MI tev awchmtctl/ : diftlulrf
Wednesday Testimonial neetlng tNiriD fiiLwnt OP nntm -
1..1 tiM 51 u.t) (fprp.au..I) Palm, Cfty Mrs Jomn C). Aflcn and ton et 1 lit tire M IDbriuwty nee
I LTdlag Ron 212 Haaler few last week move over to tMllwufdtr
nit Av pnt, a day In
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-- -- -- -- Church af Hliniwuj
the
r-- -- ------ Due: Monday through Friday, 9;30i The Sunday School Tamp hfotowy.
.m.-I2): 'tJ p m. meets al 9'45 *.m, under th4 dIr. to stay In I lane ofMgh
Christian Science fmdlo program action' ot Ju l.'"i Minear, supertnttndrtif Mr. and .Pdwln Bum and .'p" d moving! traffic: wit

I O. RAINEYRealtorRESlDEiNTIAL I The Be Speaks to Vo." may with classes) for all age, family, AleundVr Springs, arrived "C for help S12S1
C. (M heard over W5TU. Stuart The "preacher al the. morning won Iftesday) h> whit hU, parent" tM
|41Q ke. at 7:15 m. Monday ship srrvtM will, b* II,.. J WUHin/ \\9 BiritsMr .
Topic (for Aur 24: Teeo-Agrr: Marvin interim minister. Th

I IL I LOT SPECIAL I | OCEAN FRONTAGE= Statue WlthosH Drinking"MOU11FR them of rh* trrmon will .b* *fly *. Dan' Durk, Baader 11811i.rr..anasK
[ WUN.1.
IMy Spirit. and CM Th Ce-lrt." and Mr*. I awrenea Taium
!' 1t IRTIIODLST1'.A lime et th* service i I. II 0.... of TuI who were called her

Il re b *eperfect I. 7r a JIT IN KRUEGER EST. Osi I. I4tt ACRKS I.,... ....... OrrM The weekly payer meeting: for ito to the death. of their. Mother e amwrlyf ..
NEED 4 BEDROOMS sad Rher 29T arm |0 MM .. id incmbcri will. b* al stt* horn* of Adilr""* Hcrtd of Jester Itftcb.a ; .
boat f. die .hege '-**. A"roosM ,.*. Parkwqr paved Mrsdled .....-. potntU. al II I2 t._. The new' chinch: year svill Kfitrt Mr and Lire' M M f.*d it 10 r. spemling a few days l vMtm) :
esMMifh IfIt twin* ***. 2 lot h.r M $1.35f.OO Ats tijtMtf. .this Sund/ with Rev, Churl, OBcimett clock Friday naming, with Krv. I their sestet Mrs.. 1-. Bron Ramey Caw Rahkr a V'phohIeela. t.

large_ Ie( *.**.. M U reel wife tm r rMV tl $2. M.N. J. Tint BEST OCW410 RIVTH rum Wnrfng Inaugural message I Marsun M cell',*. I and family. I TOLlY ENGEBREiSENNANAcea
gull .bade. wamK Mrs krUfN. It,.. Hmnetl H i not a new- I a
Owner r4sm4. wet ...... *. sB. age Al 4MM Perarena o.timrxw-
price -
fhepkrce tn thai .Hut, title' will
flning .-.. Ample .* < Ps" f... turner area SALERNO
and II r.md ..1dI .... 2. 22 LOT SPECIAL La* SC Lark mart .his tint> year In iswming a I PORT SALERNO
Using room NEWSMR
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fufl-wn* All Wwtars Sbipyard.lnc.
....m-1slier. 3. W OCEAN tHOVTACE River pattorafej arc I I
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180' sea waded arm 4 Into M sra*
-1dI sand leach awd pbce far a M.1det4 fart 4MaM Mrs $25.0\ .ream frost f.o.. pr hear fodosrv the Gospel TM services areas *. )1 tRY BROWN t...*....*v4 AT 7-2*% roar. ".
u.ad t0 16hwhhir --- -
pkroa.e kIk- M X 2. LOTS IN "loll IIILU Al 4. INVFSTOM SPECUL- OctM fiM*. Sunday: morning worship.! 9;30m. :

wadiig. dhhue III ..... ......... Prlrt4 f. sjsskft ask awtaTier. .C* M If........ laird at $29*. per I ., Sunday School 10/45: un. MI.MS MliriltUDAl" All my neighbors and. friends were
red pried A weB. mi"F Esorth LeagtM, C:30 ,.M.. even CIVIC MftltNG: s> thoughtful set. aid. -.t were rw
---. .few free, foot ..... hlgS. uw.dl.g
wwU k p".deats .teg Herein.1:30: p.ni.ucsd.y : the members of aadewmt LsnhniBCh .111IJACK'S
yet .,,.. CMa AnocMion w
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C. h from aeon Ie rtnt.J. port "
M easy. for the rI&W .r11. 4. UVERTRONT LOT with heal ..... ,I Me* rinowtfwp, rt r

tttn a< year cee",..... A..... H acre .... ,..(..,. 2T CT1 OCEAN Nes n.r..lft" .- ofRef.ge 7.H s. pot-tuck cwe. dials supper wKIb ... r
IIOMEk Near .*w U& ached ...... M larw $JOtM Wednesday Chow practice. 7 held' TtMirsday Aug 20 M 4 "f,. and hd Knneth Brow
2. MODERN 2 lED ROOM P ,.III. at UM eve "'*f. Latv who have hum .....tn. th* Edwin GULFr
Port Scsrafl u4soo.11. S4MUI. per .mis fees ..... 'edn.Jar., : tow} (4 Power, ttMimnl will IK film. f1IE.r kWvwM i is HibMcsst Part lean V.-

....... 7J0 pan. Sine Fdeo. "America1 W1flwm. eased 10 their borne n Km4ro, STATION 1
The cfcurch hit Ja.t eomplead bur' aid -c= -o C........... N. I.
SOl COLORADO AtE: PUlL OORLON BOB SiSE4OS IMAL ATl m4e 722(2MEtlBCR |Ita fiAWk year 01 ten** UM Lord ... All fOTV1* Ca.ruil'*4

Aaaedal.a and proclMMeg' Hw Gospel it! the Mrs. Joba a.dmaII. HshiacW Mary OruH d Faradays H. I.UM lack ....ass. OWM
STUART, ftDAlD.\ a [14 UlrriM M... Wm an feokfctg to dwttj fut. fc*' irV' ". from a rectal !(tom .nvnet .< ..... Mary AlA rrtlJT.. AT ,.)t.
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20, 1964 "5UPER1 RlElX: Special! Grade 'A' Quick Frozen STEWING

FRANKS 21/? to 3j-lb

I pkg,49c H E N S Average 'i. lb. 23C


by]
fer last Trow-week. Special"SuperRight" / Pork Loin Sliced PORK
on a franc to '"' "' J D

sentenced years a guilty in CHOPS i to 3- \59C

!unit guilty enter guilty r.

and wait r
) two years. '
( :, who wa 11 "SLTER-RIGIir" CORN FED WESTERN
was .placed : SPARE RIBS 3 to5.b, Ave lb. 39c

R.of in Evans guilty Petty petty the oi'l Es ROAST-supLR.RicinnRsr cur CHOPS or Ib.49c 8h hiiiip 8 aIe1 I ,

autos at +r "
1 .'p) the SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN SELtCI
SECOND BIG WEEK!
BEEF LIVER lb. 29c CAI"JOIN'S FROZEN
T r AI IJGOOD SUGAR CURED SLICED ) Breaded Shrimp P Fa() 49c
BACON 2 lb. pkg. 89c "
I .:
I .....riaurea of rrom av to INSTANT HOUSE fJ > FRANKS"SUPERRIGHT" I-lb. pkg. 59 Bag PEELED: Shrimp& DEVLINLD .FROZEN.... .......... ......."t.:? :$179
whets SEMI-BONELESS HALF
,
\ much NONFAT DRY MILK QUICK IROZENHeadless
I ::'.= ,n minimum.,truaUta-stamps'., no 12Qt.Si2et HAMS 4 to 61b Average Ib. 79c( Shrimp."...'......box. .. S3.J9.Ih. 69c

I j I : : In.lancca I ".plnuad actual p.rl- IB. OK;;.01PK6. : !:: Mtn, New Low Price; NUTLEY COLORED

I '....orric. 'n' 1
I ? to When 41ot
: takes.the.,lma&-tax no 1 6 CGS the you regular buy price Margarine 2i1)27C
TE
: r
: 4, 3 Ilirfh-and" only!Q Mo ( )
,
r You PAY ONLY Special! MARVEL Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry

Ted Fcrrel City R.. Ice Milk .' "v .1/2-gal. carton 39cj
J I Subdivi-3, Re
TOUaN'TStlTflHtH..,
Inc.,
19., See> J New Low Price; WHITE BEAUTY
I -

l \'13,\Marino,6500.$3,600.Sadler North A., j\*efa ttert,' '!: I I.tl.Buy superb 7'33.LIS.BAG AfcPwhole-b m Coffee, Shortening 3 can lb. 49.

r'a I I -A, Palm ee it ground right m the store)
,to$8,000.Robert lid ..4'u".JI." 'VIor.u."tlW/n./ Special! ANN PAGE Broad, Fine or Extra Wide
& Point, 'RED CIRCLE I BOKAR I.lb

) Gerald Oaks Ill X., ; 75c 34b bag 219 Low_Suds Mb. 'T'T- J-lb 225 Egg Noodles *: 29' C


Golden
Dash Detergent SULTANA JIFFY BRAN) !\I.\ZOLA .
Susan Lar Pork & Beans. .5100&.flld 29c Brownie MIX... .2pkp.29C Cora OilSULTAN ....... ......l-qL.. bottle l p6 7920.lb. C
pro- Giant GREEN: GIANT f"ROltN: MBLET
39 $469 79 STRAWBERRY JIFFY !MIX FOR or
A Inc. Box Size c Preserves.. 12os 27 c. Corn Bread .. :;a }lOc Mexicora. .310oz.pkgs.. 89cDETEUGHNl'
in sec- : JIFFY ASSORTED ANN PACK-Smoolh. or Krunchy
CASILE
ROYAL
: ] 38 E,, Blue Cheer Birch BeerV4S39c Cake Mixes 2 :;& 29c Peanut Butter 20oi 59c

Company, Lots ... ....._...... ...
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", &t First Luck.Ad.E. Large Pkg. 33c Giant 1'kg. 79c SPin\U SULTANA BR.VMSANDWICH f' i;> >7tu: : l s 1 ;=:> iis'1!

\ $10,000. S PRE AD.5 _
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Harold Y"5 This Cauaaa ..4 ,....- al : ; Witb Tb C. .U.I I
In Lot 8, ANN PACE G&RUC
Save! Dixie Home Products
STRAWBERRYEI2U luE !!! ONION 3< :

\ ? : '.Building Manor, pro- COLD Jumbo CUPSDixie ..... .. .... .. 14-13Ct fc I 29 C Quart Jar 49c JELLYm..... Asa aa Jar.....35c a.sa-e4 gj8oz. Hfi;I.1 I r.: SALT 6..d.... as..seam,,. 79c....}a.aa... ,I

Edward CUP REFILLS ............ .... 5Usa'9001. 37c L..___..:.:__:_:- -sae IJ; L'._...:1ItIC"I._> -.... ._-,._-__. ..__._-...J:
4. Block DUIe. 7-o. SPKUI4 JANE: \RKER .;.
: \ : nor CUPS .....:....................... 15 ct 35c LEMON --- J
.Chaion, J f
IMxto
Subdivi SNAK PLATLS: -:.....:".. '; ... .. TcaPIES _fIbI KAID.....-n
nixie .
I Inc.,and to PAPER PLAns \.......:...._".... ISOtt 1 WI" nr. wa..d
through DhbPARTiriON (tWit I IO-in. ,1.50 P..dulM of
A of rL\H1i: UrL 49c 1'lb. .
School Supplies
Dixie Si 3'9 C I ...... i, .
.,to lot John 13 PAPER FLAILS: .. ... .. 43c Each I o +""' '''''as ace U4 :
Lot 12, L.: ...._ : ,
Building EASTERN ROUND \VIIITH -Bag 'Em Yourself Bic 8. E\ERYTIILNG 'OU >EIi) u..MARK: >C;--
to J. 15 M., STARTER SET $198} School Pencil! 49c
POTATOES 10-55 C NIFTY BOOKIIOLDER AND SfARUkE FILLER
i ; the Roland High east BINDER 99c Paper .abftta 47c amt. 98c

Charles White SeedlessGrapes Finn Red RipePeaches IIYTONS BRIEF a MTARIJKE PE.NOL TABLET
I Block. 57, FOLDERS .. tax 49c BIG 100 23c
., Inc., to lb. 25' lb19
an un" Save 0.11'1.I4'SI.mps! .... .
in Lot 30 $1 ... ....
$100.. ;??. Get fine Gilts faster tIIroap See., Ace.1 J2. ,
5 and 6 S., I Honey. Dews Jumbo Sweet Mountain Grown, Vine Ripe ,... "..t Af\AtttI.( a 'At9IC n* towan.eC. I

I, Wilber 4 Subdivi and S.8\, Melons ea69 Tmatoes lb. 19c "I HIGHWAY SOtrm !

:il Sub-, STUART, ItORIDl
to W. H. II
\: I : I Broadway In Lots'' MNE LIVES GERBFJt > w Lhtt Ise. .NTADINA ALPO nilCKEN TA\OR
'I ) ) William Sub-I II Ucr 'RfxO.1c FOOD I BABY FOODRtf DOG dDI Tomato Paste I DOG FOOD

: I Grant, L 65c r 459c 8 J- 89c 6 I 227e: 2 "r 53c



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Experiments on laboratory am-- Work Session 'Thinking* on Regulations "Plat approval-In addition to THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, Angus 20, I91i41.C
shave shown that fathers as r the standards set forth herein
ell mothers who take the mobifo homes shall comply with
as se-
and be processed In accordancewith : Sales Tax Collections

broJuce alive thalidomide abnormalities are in table theirrffcpnng. to Sees Martin" County subdivision I
Planning Zoning Body regulations

A look at this first draft shows I Continue to Rise Here ,
I that many a word will be "spokenand
written "before final passage, Sb tax collections: Martin totaled "
$2 U 14,430, Straughn announced -
if ever, I by tho Martin County I I
.
Commission, County during July were nearly
Control Future NeedNot
Sewage $7,000 more than for the same Straugjm said the Increase over /
HOME LOANTALKS. Several
points, no doubt will
I be in contention as the discussion! period in 1963, according: to figures July 70.,, 1963 31.82 collections was He 5.121
or per cent: explain
released in Tallahassee JEd .
goes along by
ed, however, that the new and expanded J
Department of satisfactory enlli.nenlna other provisions called for in In the area of kit sizes, the Straughn, director, Florida I sales and use tax was not
Official Yet plant showing that the above sections' must! be compliedwith zoning commission approves. reducing Revenue CommiiwionStraughn m effect in June, 1963, which
by don herold ground water table can be main- even though such an agreement the mobile subdivision lot explained! that the col- would account for a sizable
tained at not !less than thirty-six is concluded." sue from 7.MX square feet to leettons for July I IW>1. based on amount of this big increase further -
inches." The commission set the reaula.tion 5000 square feet This obviously Juno business, did not include: the Straughn said the collections: I
OY\e\ ot 'fhefmortca'e i Meet Set Aug. 20By (2)( ) All fill shall be good clean recreation: area in mobile could be controversial At the leant new and expanded sales and use reflect: good tourist business during
acceptable: material. No marl clay home subdivisions i at five per cent there could be dil fere nee of opin tat, which would account for a the month of June
loans> muck hardpan or other materials of the gross land area. It set the /ion. sizable amount of the big increase The director reported the five
\ shall be used for fill," minimum feet in width of lot size Buffer zones also could be He said that for the state per cent wholesale sporting goods
kLUREWith
'C a SHY1r.'e'tine RAY (3)( ) Submission of a standard! at fitly feet measured at right questioned and they were quest on- as a whole collections reflect good tax collections for July totaled
Martin County approaching what officials term "complete water analysis taken from well in angles, and 5,000 square feet in ed at the Thursday night work tourist business in June I 1964 SI.aI.M1.hi r h was an increase
saturation in heavily populated areas, the Martin County the immediate area of a subdivision session. First discussion was fora Martin County collections for of $M.'00 or 87,72 per cent over
\ sewage and Commission tackled water, and other within a distance: acceptableto area.The minimum yard requirementwill fifty-foot setback along the front June 1964 amounted u> $4),- June.
Planning Zoning
sewage the Health Department be measured from the of the subdivision and t"enty-rlve 920.30 compared with $1627995 July ivisolme tax collection
property
regulations for mobile horn subdivisions at a work session Thursday Where the subdivider proposesto line to the nearest building, wolf foot on the sides and in the rear. for July 1963, and $43,2MOS6 for txaled $'-.280{ ,VU_ which was an
night install central water and sew- or other vertical structure, with This drew the fire of the consmission's Juno 1964 I increase: of $700() ),000) over the same
1- I Fred Bell, Martin County zon- Discussed but stricken from the age disposal( system the commission the front yard minimum fifteen attorney, Dean Tooker July gasoline lax collections in month I tat! year and $485,000over
lug director, told the commission list of permitted uses were cemeteries agreed on the following feet: ; side yard at five feet, and looker reminded the commission this county amounted to $47,357.- June: of this year
that sewage is beginning to be a rules: rear yard at five feet No part of that a fifty-foot setback, plus 80 compared with $40X2204() a
I health hazard, and unless steps arc In the section concerning buffer "((1)I) Submission to the Health any structure permitted will be \located twenty-five feet on the sides would year ago and S4<>,161.28 in Juno north: SOUND! SOLDIER
taken now, eventually the county zones, the commission came up Department of acceptable plans of within twenty-five feet of constitute a considerable loss of 19n4 RAINS IN GERMANY
I will be forced to go into the sewage with the following regulation: the water and-or sewage disposal' any mobile home lot. land usage for the owner and developer Statewide sales lax collections
and water business "Mobile home subdivisions shall system which shall include the "Yard encroachments Struc and speculated that it for July based! on Juno business Army PFC David B. Lamoree
but it takes I. Although mobile home subdivisions be surrounded by a buffer method of disposal of sewage' lure loss than. thirty inches in might be unconstitutional\ The ---- son of Mr and] Mrs Burton J.
were the focal point of at least feet in dept considered commission\ settled on the twenty rumba Kobe J Sound, participated
twenty-five Final height not en
((2)) plan approved and approval are yard
five foot setback in front. remedy will have to be sanitation
the work session, it was lOOn the sides however, in a three-week field train
apparent on provided number of the waetr and/or croachments. Every purl of every
Other differences: of opinion on districts based! on drainage dis exercise at Crafenwohr, Germany .
many expertsto that problems are that side buffer is shall ing
sewage no or rear re- sewage disposal system by the required yard ne open and
limited to home sub- subdivisions some of sections cropped up from Iritis, and financed at least. in part which ended Aug. 10
not mobile quired between: mobile home Honda i State Board or Health"l unobstructed from thirty inches
make divisions, but are found in all subdivisions or mobile home parks, above the to the time to tune but agreement, at I by bonds and-or monthly sewage Lamoree underwent extensive
it ground sky except
those the ((3)) A license! from Martin! least at the work session, was and water fees But that appears training in all 1 types of tactical
including in and only a fifteen-foot side or rear as herein after provided, or
"upper bracket and that if notoday buffer is required when the mobile County granting permission" to as otherwise permitted m zoning reached. now to be a long way olf range firing and! weapons' familiar
simpleYou'd eventually stringent sewage home subdivision adjoins a com operate the proposed" system ordinances. This requirement shall Although no one has yet facedup Bell told the ironing commissioneri : l/alion during the day and night
and water regulations will be incorporated mercial or industrial district1 "((4)) Satisfactory agreement between not apply to horticultural growths." to aging so directly, the new Thursday night that the cttreme exercise.
into subdivision reg the county commission and mobile home subdivision regulations sewage, drainage, and water He la a tank crewman In Troop
illations ] "Buffers shall be unoccupied the developer that as soon as the "Cornices, overhangs. eaves as now drafted would appear (problems now existing in Martin C, Id Squadron of the divisions
be amazed to know what except for underground utilities, sewage disposal is in operation all and gutters may not project into to be preparation for a countywide County are in scattered areas and 4ih Cavalry In Germany,
a complex Job it ia to arrange Using Manatie County reaula-I canals: ditches, landscaping, per septic tank use will be discontinuedand any required yard over eighteen program of sewage and water that future e'raMiulwill only The %.25vesr-olJ soldier enteredthe
and "service" a mortgage loanon tions as a yardstick, mitted" signs, entrance ornamentation that all sewage will be directed i inches: Planter, poles, radio and control, with the local Health I Department add to the existing situation Army In May 1963, completed
a home. with a reference now and then to I into the central: system" television antennae play eqUip- "up to Its ears" in responsibility ':I cannot see why we should : bade: training at Fort Dix, N. J.,
Broward County, Bell outlined In the .section of utilities there The commission also set an alternative ment, wires, lights, mail boxes, lor controlling any future wait and put off until we are completely and was stationed at Fort Knox.
First Federal Savings of Vero things he hoped the zoning commission are additions : approval section: fences, walls shill not be deemedto development that would CIIIM covered up In sewage: before Ky, before arriving overseas last
Beach must have experts to appraise would discuss, clarify: and "Water supply and sewage treatment Construction plans approvalmay be"encroachments in required an eventual health hazard U the planning I think we have to November
sub-
the real worth of your property incorporate into mobile home shall be in accordance with also be obtained from the yards. past actions of the Health Depart make' a Mart somewhere" Bell
to help prepare legal paper divisions. the Martin County subdivision Martin County Health Departmentif Fences and walls located on or ment are any Indication, It Is doubtful / ...Id. A method burning radio
to protect you and them, accountants roe nearly three hours the commission regulations." the subdivider includes a satisfactory within five feet of lot lines shall the department '''ltlldl'ant tit the public: will have an opportunity active waste la rock beds is being
to see that your monthly pay. toiled: over all I phases of "Utility plans-where it is proposed agreement with a licensed not exceed! a height of six feet tackle so hot a "potato to question the commission I tented 1 he waste Ia mixed! with
the regulations i with an add that to use methods other than operator in which said operator except that such fences: or walls But if what the Martin ("",nty on future plans when the commission concrete: and Injected under pressure .
ments
are kept straight modern "
there; "put this here. 'sound central sewage disposal or water agrees to install and operate a shall not exceed a height of three- Health l Department says is true- meets In regular open session down a well where. it ere*
business machines to help reduce good to me," and "1 think thus systems." water and-or sewage disposal 1 system feet, six I inches when located in a that many areas are reaching saturation at 7:10 p,m., Aug 20 at .the! j ales and fills' a horizontal crack in
handling costs. a good point" "(1)I) Submission to the Health within: the subdivision .The required front yard" stagethen the ultimate, courthouse. the shah' .
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Yet First Federal is able to make When the adding and subtract
ing were over, the first draft othe
the whole thing simple for you and
new regulations
to render fast service when stressed:
you -and the commission i the
you are in need of a loon. pomt-unofficial. In fact very,


loan You because can lave their money initial costs on your and lot very As sizes unofficial anticipated and buffer, changed zones, among were LOOK WHAT YOU GET FOR A DIME!

interest rates are reasonable, and] other things Added were regulations -
'because they allow you to reduce governing water and sewage
your total interest cost by making Because of the importance of
advance payments on principal real estate and subdivision develop- @
without penalty, when you are able ment in Martin County, the first 1t 1 1S
draft of the regulations are out- t
lined below. And although s. slated -
they are unofficial until a ,
,=.r : J"" '= public bearing and passage by the
_...... _. and the Mar-
a- c V Mar at re toning commission ,. .
rwWNagY.Urtt nr un....t ... ... re: Kin County Commission neverthtoleal :.U .". (
they represent the thinking of
(Copyrighted 1964) the zoning commission at this time.
Some of the mobile home sub

WANTA never division be reau/atioMJrooliblY/ will ) ,4 $

COMFORTABLE subdivision regulations, but it is ; : *
obvious that water and sewage .
MORTGAGE regulations are, or will be, as pern u
,
nest to general subdivision regulations : : ,. A' : Sa
..N v.1. -n.d lwt*.psa.. ,wr W.* .Wr. ,. I as they are to mobile home l .
M f tIeIIi *. r4-ral .! v- SVM ..ce.. IlIbdivi.ions.The -
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..alelr w.taIIea.MU .If. ........... ... commission first settled on
Mm nto. "uses permitted" by mobile home ) -v, eI

PWVero Beach 562-2373 subdivisions.
"No mobile home. building or
structure, or part thereof, shall he
erected: altered placed or used, ir3s
or land and water used, in whole
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS or In part for other than the following I
uses: :
It LOANASSOCIATION ((1)I Mobile home residence (onepet'

lot). air r ,
((2) Public recreation facilities
OF and areas. \
't INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ((3) Piers, docks, and boat ?
launching: areas (public and private
t f '
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!v v k! "
' 204S 14ih Ave Dial 562-2373 .). P
((4) Accessory uses and structures .
Vero Beach: Florida "
customarily associated with j t
mobile home residences 1, ,
Free Parking oo 15th. Areas* ((3) Marinas, golf, country yacht 4S.

lIOURSi 9 to 3 dally except We*. clubs.
((6) Civic or centers
community
Mdqr, 9 to 12. Ope 5 to 7 Friday ((7) Schools, colleges churches ; ; '

analog" doted AI Day (8) Child care center, nursing :
and rest homes
Saturday
((9. Public utilities and public. ',l dui t 1 ,
buildings" '/ f w'lfru
++ When Customer Seed Their ((10)) Historical museums! or
Frtead- landmarks, botanical garden
fl ((11)) Plant nurseries. and other
t. I non- fensive agricultural activiies. !-
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9 TO GRAPHICALLY ILLUSTRATE the contents of on mcrajjc edition of The Stuart News we Scotch- -

i taped the 24 pages of last Thursday's paper on tho front of our building and photographed them. This is what

J i you get each week for a dime 1tt the newsstands or from our carrier boys: an average! of f 21' full-si/cd pages

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COMPLETE PROGRAMS ..,..t. rl Mdnoot M.......5-5

!/ ui1" 1,00 4-7 Colt! Fifteen ofFlorida's
... "'n_ Martin Third in Top
I k. 4-WTW. Mlunl (Mi.) WgTO JUdlo. Jltnart fa a.0ht. A. .., ouIo tb. Mrau '.' "_"<0'f p-L. y*?*
u, 5-WTTV d tupor c_ .,.
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L.. t-WORT, list/.[ 1 tlrL tl aw fi nd f (Color) I
h to--WLIWTV. MI..I (c".o.) d 17 Mth .lul''''' .,..tTM at.. i II 'M wl II 0-0... 'Dm*
w-t hIa ..., Dust e.taIIt1r Counties
7t-rA? rV /h 4gnny. ..::' raa.iblI 'ue w I, pgyIrI eG6 5-.w.Baaalih 1. Mu rYs 1 Fastest Growing

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AOG.Mo'rolaf' .Ill 't J -* tKwa.MWo.\bt.:: tWtt hYrI.p 1 .r.. Plww lawtr:0aittaAlller. ,;r o""n rjioi n.4: Martin. Art you County fully! i,...,'are 6f how fast front Me of 1960 to Deeefhber tehtlL In sales with tat 2772 increase per! we cent were- we, On were building also! thirteenth Mrmi'M increase gaining

KMT. rowina1w
(c..s,i* Monday oiMpt) WwtlwIt ; 1963. cent.
M vl "llr ProfMihtn1. 11.Phllatlolphl.. Phlltl.i .... 1-7 o4ir whiS indicate that we are 73.97 per
:t36-1:00-i TMir MTvrlk;Bli"'3k1MIM' i.N-1. *tlenrwsaril wou. I P (,1.r lli PYat.e1D.111..w.gr..rM .I.I0: Qanokuntil' I 01..._ cort"trlS eu .vou ft look at all!I the new In net buying power increase, not using! may our increase in buying On lumber of nw; vehicles 'told

ARw.iw -' ......_ f: :r"j b.blew., ';: Cirhu nl: t terh tf tll 1)) .t we't.ort a MJ/I bUeII It'rTi.erin we lead afl with 69 per cent. power solely! at home we were tenth ccnt in Florida scoring

RUM( a. Mond.* on***) 'a :c1t.: < .., .1* oAe Our capAa buying gain, topping In saving and loans gains we 24.11 per
,00-10 Mol, "Bun Jo" S .MIo"! ...., 1of *'__,, tioo Mark\*1'. Kiniir i. ** .growt of I this tWrfcut\ ,per In Total annual\ payroll we were
I. .. yWn "'now th&t' all Florida seventh, at 85.49 cent
per
4.304 Nona "U > of tb. Ennm- ., w. I lOtHnl, .p..plMrylapm.nt C< nml.iolo l lI. Today5IIwdp uu one of counties was were eighth on the growth list, with ,
.. ,fIS N"w ) toR H'If\\, M best increo, ,
.r. Uf. Ibj 3oW C4Mtlla "Ak' Florida's retail niarken and 45.59 cent
100-15 ha.esro5"4.1ran per of 40.1 r>eT << .
; Mo... "Ma"lo d"1144I ..t .... MMav.nkk1st14 l3a 'leslmenl gain 9t
tW aratto ginwas
I dcnoift! increases
,. .11. !flat rhfc! tnfrfas M oor net buying 1.blnk. we Ow property fetail sales gams
1t4a--4 In we
1moo-14 PhowEr.P Nor..Spofta ', t I'.wo-w/Ir. Yraaall.O0 / -t Pkotorrapkylite Photoirnu.hril .I1.. -ewu.0 It Kiiiinr, &mpinf4HVM xnvdr In two\ and one-half yean were. second u tJle.slate,.. with ,low: we djd not !score on this sixth scaring! a jump of 34.88 Mere per

e N... an;: Wth>rMovl. .u.- Ti.art MR it.Ni Date, Wro.uln0' Mo 1Ktuir "oma. Eon: Co" Ms 69 p'<* petit reading every 7406 per cent, according to the in the fifteen: unry list. ,
cent.
n ..t 81,., uM, Fa..orlt. Bpr4. ..,ikli kI.trot< .k"ow boor BIble I Dokkl dowle.. ta.eA. :ounty in Florida Florida Bankers Association, be. On occupationallicellt e gain we And all these factors added
,,18- li CwnmatA11 BiOO-t JlUr an* th BterpI 7 Mik I I to.
Hunt TtM 1 T.-4 nDla i l Pl'Ho wor4' o Wn.b Mr. WUird It' BIB). Hill* bo you Vrt6w' that We're flrrt In ing topped only by Hendry County were thirteenth with 26.11 per gcther makes ui the second fastest-\
I* N_.. WMllM. BBOTMI It-IS.'ih. frllnuwM .ierl U Biturdkr H.. BlSr r Florida fn incrrts' of our with 76.73 per cent' cent.
101._ tioo 4 ( .II Jtport jIlKbllKUaiao4 t A mo* ind; Andr per tapIta growing county on the East Coast
.311-4 1010_ RivkUi 11 Mornlna PlayooBii buying power We're conj the third fa\lea>
7 On. /U|> B rl4 Bold Journal and c-growina of
I RonU.-Brlllklor "'rtIt lt-1* Dann* VMtiio II N... 5S/ob.Room" for I Dada in Florida in bank dcrtoslli gr wt1'l.We're L -L the whole state!

I! lIu.arfoo)"...Ing lend.t40.4 -4-1 im KlMM I.I4..11 Plgb.uw1:11I I. BM ot UraatkaIBiM third mong the niniywveneounile I I _
10-11. M* Thr .
*MMiOO Mm **t* MlMMiiioo
Cronin.1.t 1-7 >lw*
Nw*- *utr /rr. in all factors CONSERVATIONBy
4 MiIt > -4 Buif.ido au" IOi O=4 I LOT Lon growth com SOIL LENTIL An BHTKEMENTMTI
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-Hunt Brtnklw
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Ktnmp Ui Bur 1. Its and RiorrIS OrUfhi bined -- being exceeded -
00-4 DMth V.ll.r 1>.,. O'TooW Jltt t Mn (Colors only by B CU.MFOlk mix
:' Hurklrb.nf!'" Hounl 'lIon.'u' AIn.tntitat Spurn Journir, 1 lad! .Prlr. for* f*wend KlEht(Color) booming Brevard, |In the misnile .... "I j 0ktSnw .. NO'IK'H' I I. hereby UIVMI, ,th ,
Mm I. T5front of M..1"1JD'Art..on" JlBimr Um ,MivlOiOO 3riOPlnMero. ;; ,10001t0U 7. country ,on the ,East Coast and -- ....Ipd HI''!" will be rcrl\i bi iFioird i "

I I TEA M -Jtfritirr. Th. NOT ( I Clue 1 TbaY. I-.t 1I in.o.nL'euoa: Charlotte County on the Wen LEE CASON ] by Martin of County.OnunU; 'Klorlila Oommliitlonpi, In oho olio:':

,ta/--d CUB tovorto I0.1S Kdli tilw4ilii5al: ; 400.1 BattrnN/ ThM-'llao Coast! ri.rk of Circuit' Court it th.,,.
Vlr t OinnrminIt lit, ** -4 L*.o The Martin Soil Conservation .! of lb.
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n County
.71.11Th. : Omlo mi;: Hrrloloo 161010 10-11 Bid Th.Ci*yun:.r .AIL,rs .* II. Chirarloniihlp Roll.r Dwb1> BawHn ,I 10.ll J.pp.rdr,.II.'tit., :; Martin County Committee o{ 100 District assists Its ; rniirthniun 1 0:10,: 'A.N.n"Hoptpmtw'Htntirt.: \ Florida; I, li Jop..lI..d t, :and nntil ,' .-
--IO-ll Pitttr Duko SkewSO cooperators -
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t. N.wa R.Pon. :: .Wrooltfngt \\ hall just released A statistical ( an aonn (thproaftPr .u. D.ilbla .
':0-11--1 "Th HuapMIM, irnyi; DlOfhtw"Dick llioo II .N.ws1IIOI.4. .,.10 ,...>. w .*.. If on* 4iSO.4 I'M'Champtan.blp'1.11..1 8U I Marfiatbo 1I.e t ""r Who\l.NIWI which shows that Martin County survey it with Ihc planning., for, I smallTiooperBill for th*, followlueLrvrllnf ;:

0:00--4 to n. 1.1.110.E13 11...... aUlbU.. / 101...., Wdlliw. BporuI ->t World.,. No.ik of *.y>n u...lrW1km-4 ...... for I"OWI_Pout. third in the fat of the .fifteen stocking ofk and management offishponds .1."'"'.: "onMl for tli* follown!

.... lias-)to.4 .Mo.U.>..,TiB, "Th.Amvririni Nloht of HI.hu"III .|;i .t IRA \; *CODIOIIU:;*!** (Colors11104.Go Fastest-growing( counties of (florida.The existing non-existing. Vi.nuii; : A\nu fl.I, In II II'W."I
N.tim.n Cue7 1 Hlgk Boat to Doll,ot Ford Cm-omit 0 4 mil
11)30- Tolht with Joanne c..... ddlnq US'M. survey, analyzing All( real
630-4 1)1011/ Va.v>iiIOt5q4
b.1 On Rrndwmy T-Itht. 110.\ OiOO-4 H.wo, ....... Wmtot 1656-14.11 Nowo p-owth. factors in Florida Counties of the U. S. Soil Conservation says may bIt obtiln ,itof t
a.t ev.nl" ilnur / in twelve separate categories: from ,, the oltlr.I tho Martin Hoard "if
ItOI IS4i05 NI.Mwawb. -iu-: '
It rwn T *atr. -11 No /. 1.2-I: ; ,... irs j 4l V. *f the 1960 census through 196} was etvlce, the U. S. Fish C"unti:; CommMnlonetu, .
la 72 SGI11.004 / 1. T". Ro..eI ot tbunty CnmmlInnrn .
t.'tI; Walbinn.. - - a Prwt.nFU.ban. I Ltf *t RII.p and Wildlife Service and land ,
7 Outlook 1 Moran compiled by prcrtiack t : and Associ the reprrvoO the right 10 mr"tany.
II JI8tU i .h..... : FRIDAY hid".
and ill
J 1 tI-4 Movl., "Artlill: and Mnditi"" Airo.il .10.._Movl.lo.41u.. "Th..uw Bl*r.b.Rky I KM.::IS a Dvbklo Drake ales!! Inc., of St. Petersburg, a owners. 'Hie procedure it somewhat (IB( | thl. IJth dui# of AIIII'II.I
I I,30-0.R' Tnrtkht with. Jaknnr CarronIt marketing' consultant organization/
rn10Mquwvwl' Itlt-i-t and tk* HCoiy as follows: mt'
U Buu-H.ht M,. ., "R.ok.t Tb..troTHURSDAY Bu.Ur." Mirilif M-- f BtncrapkrI Hlirtii7 Tnnr WM.**.Fibr Topi T..... aroma !specializing In sales, marketing, Eligible farmponds are approved nrnn 1nNIfVERN OF (yt"NTY OK MARTIN c'O\r.

- - (la's. Ie Mo."". 0.44011 *> O-4 I.uD.. l tomoci, Boar .li, Pliykou It marketing research, feasibility for Mocking with, bream and bass ('Ol'VTVBy
,.i 1-4{ lumm.r (Ibm...... "Introdo*. t ('1m....... CllrTb. lias 4 NI studies and business investigations.The after they are examined by Soil FRANK A WACIU
Mo* t* Howl ...."01. MouuninlIS iiOXM-4 Ai.U* WorM Ton. rhalrtnanrHEAW
too-ao cBtlnintii Clu. HooWninwai3 t t<.t'. Mik o lI...* report was made m con- Conservation Service technicians )
AUG. EOM.n1.r I.al 1110.... -4 Tk* ttefM.... 7 Girl T y lk [unction with the Central Officeof Ponds mutt be one-half acre in size Pub.:, Aunut tn and 17th, 1114!
.100_4 Me.U, "Th. (SilUt,. tlnua Girl" I taut 81.11..* Ii4t-' B* Mr OaMiDbnoilMBiOf Information.
1.10-0 Cook I"" wit* Gai 10.11 Linmo Wilk PiMword Statistical or larger, isolated! from ditches
Puma U MoKur nl\\ AIUnadim .100 H-1 Movl I*, "Rillr '1toui.{ 1-7 .Loretta fount It is tremendously encouraging and shouldhave
..1.....4 Bummor 8..._. ......... a* II....... mPt r-ll*-II..,." Bit_It-11 101... to ihveston retailers and replenishing NAwilbrg
.... new enterprises a source of water. NOM, FAY...
Cnmpirillvo from ISNr'Jo0 llOf 4 Mvl, 4r Vfekm'4t3O .,iao 4 Bvmmir Plurknw BitO-4 Kooo ParKt7 ?
.4 Potpouri. =4 Mori, "irkin.u Tr .rtfp" 10 Hollywood FilM* VirUtfOunimok t' ortonIt here. SCS prepares applications for N -
..:.00Mo ". "Thuixt.r In tfo. VuIrpnMovla ,. 7 Mavl. "AmiMd ol Mvr4. .." 15,1.0-4 : In Ooart Factors considered; are: population themto li'
/ sends
Tkit Mldnl ht I".." Ft. I I0t 0l/ Unutwkikk. tilt-4-7 N.w.hi eligible farmponds and I I
AfuA.r .o;t.e : t'-r IS Tk* r piit I, W Ito Tall: au4 Wo.w'1 P.. growth, net) buying power per the U. S. Fish and Wildlife +
till.",. Pa Monday .....,.) II ,..bl.., 11.tk... _-b IOt4SI4IS Mik Tk e _II* 65--4 To Mfr. Into capita buying power bank deposits Service. Cooperate may make

..liXV-to,10-... Mo'l Mo.l...,""fr.ni"Puin. ..t..kout"i' li..SI Vldo.wnturrotwI.. ... II.05-1/:: ,Top t.:* In I 10.Boort IS Nan t !II AnotliM O.nral World Roipllai\ ,sales tat, saving and Toad their requests to the District for fish

MOV''I' ,"!*.'* Auk on Broadwar" 1.00-1.1 Wr tperw. Won/1- 1111.-4 ILsH 1 MovlCrim Ck.m : 7 N. i. WtbrIt mane 11.) % A." 1 You Don't ..." (COoJDo'' ralue, Occupational: license\ build. only mates one delivery of bream
MovW. "OaoM TownIsleIt It.10-t Oth.r Wert*. Is..11 Qt.oo. f..,- D.1 tog permits'' number of vehicles, and ba'each who
.. year. People v' ..
Oo*> at '
Iliio 4.4 MxH "Htnnt M eheltwt 4 + { gyp.
IdJa Hurt Hoot Mae1 G::.. total annual payroll* and retail were approved for fish prior, to i I
It N.... WU'. ..... Ttwltr 111......., Ma.0 CI.' tales. will receive bream for r
Aug. 1
11 il It rraai Taonw 05-1 Molar ., IY.Ib.an1 ,
tlSO 4Stt Of IU f 1110--4 M.vto Wiwtlliif"IK Iroa MUtrMi" 4't Mev.. "= of R.II.: Blue" Here are the fifteen leading" counties : their ponds in October and bass
t MuntUx-BrlnkWr *port liOO-It Dine. Club ...... .... when all growth factors were
It Ttw Jrtwi. liOO It Nl' _ktwub Bko* K.. t 7 Movlv. "DMth and th* Sky B.low". next ApriL rV 3vlni fe and tat of traffic
II_ Mlcbt b-Wtl.e OoM OMHi lit tt.C "....'. WnotllaaT. ll.ll Milor) Adiato, TrallaiuM combined on a point, basis: Generally, before fish are placed Is. dangerous practice Want'Is tbels bomt!
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-4 h* OraknS : i 1,11.n RalikCoy Factor I tspe- 'p your
the is treated
.. Nina Haltl.. Brtkklcyit Ito-I Yootl. 'kwNa.4 in a pond pond
; = : Ip-II Amaiina dally during rush hours
S""cu = lA w: t.OO. -t Iep.rmr. 1 Brevard 135 with rotenone to remove the "trash on
ti 0 : BvVHpp krii> *. Now; "suisToAVAUC.ll H Wsody. WOlldpMk. i Charlotte 119 fifth." Trash fish include suckers twoand! three-lane Mghvrays. t9 7.h ct:4rS'ay

I Mdnwi. ThMlM "Touiur it 600-1 li. Loll RrahuntIt Tim. 3 Martin 100 i shiners gars, some species of catfish Stay In your lane.' If you pats, it .....v

CHRISTIAN\ ,SCIENCE' Hurt'V .. Ale, 4 Collier 95 ruarmouth.peech, rpuds, eels 111 sun the road Is clear be- 'I*; .:
f 'Tk nonwotMMfo ....."i inS HI 'MkniliIi40 '
.. Pooh < 58
RADIO SERIES II Hlghwir/ Patrol It rt.hl... WMUW. ..*rtO 5' Ifcnary and tunics. Unfortunately, num.ben fort yon Shift lanes. In rush
7 10>>O-DMtnrtiSO 7 tnwn..tlooal gfcowtln. *",ttO_-II It .Conudy.... *id TI.Wwtkoiy ,111 riihliw AnalLrarf 6 Indian River SI of desirable fish are also suffocated noun, you get to your destfnatton Q-

RADIO STATION WSTU -4 bob ttlt ,100CirtAoa.IUo I 7 Okeechobee 42 when ponds are treated. JuSt as fast by staying hi
I Firm Alnaaa. ..ac....... NowaWwtM. h.rbI 40
Bob 8 Lee I.OCUN
EACH MONDAY 7ill FJVt 10-11 Rsb.4 Hoer' Low 7 r. ('InuaII N.., W *tkr Pond treating is desirable though, one lane and keeping up with ( Bum STUART,FLA. ,
tiOO-It ri.hk if -. Work[ N... : I It Mo.l Hx. "Powdcrtawa"i 9 Columbia 38 in that the fingerling bream and traffic 1 lost AT.1'.300
I ..-4 Twiil h, IIMS.f ,ri0-I Clrtoon-l-Tni ...... Rata: 10 Bradford 37 bass have some assurance of survival 3-10>>
I Atrtatlturo Kvrt .
It-ll Oil TK.Pra4 Prta* tt thai' f CirUoni I 611-: U =:: 'trn...... 'Dot'll it i Levy ,,,. 28 when placed in the pond.
RCAV1CTOR1i1.SYing lOiOO. -4 Alfrii aiuawik It Oo.i>..l Tfra. 31 N.n 12 Escatnbia! 28 Reproduction is insured too when

1.1.,f" ,,,h. t.... q4.k 'I tioo II .-Bunrli 4 Ootnol Th.itr PBMTM* ** ..i itt* .4 f,'W nliiwif**'ki' rata.. ) h". n"uMM 13Sumpter 27 the pond I I. not fished until the fAMOREFIOSIDA.WN.AT. ;
I Mutt' "Y.llow Billo1 : = Marion 27 .
tiM 4 KIWI 14 bass have been residents for one
10yllrIt.: Bulolnblo.
t Jlu.u..1.1or
11.1..1Nan
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Coo, TVPERWIEMAN |0i40. It Mak That BparaII II Klniln' TIM .la bl lo IS Baker 26 year
tOO-4.1-7-1. ....., */..|M*, ....... : II 1.. b f Nick* Ur"n tk* 0.11 Cat Although other based Fishpond management does not I
11 NN. tiJO. -1 Crnoi 5I t,4O-4 Nm-Waltr Cmkta report
lli<* -4 Mom q "abutta"It I 0lrnl) Bar .Y-N.n-Htlw trtaklivIt on mid 19M estimates by the University end with stocking with fish. Liming -
,). 1.f Tonlihk wok o..., Oiraoa t lo.n.1 CITITUII .... Mow* -Koa Coikrim. of Florida rank us at third fertilizing and weed control
,10 Met l". Vtatorr BiBtUt m.a.- ,..-4 Mr. W;
Ihtwtu-Tanta. Staer lo tko M.- *.lmm. it.......* Iko. I fastest-growing, this report has us may be necessary.: And finally a

-4.01-1 "Mo.r I.. I 7 it Tilonln PH Aaw...... !t I BUI(Pllmtwr DIM' lib.KlnttHr/ as fifth with a 29 per cent increase fishpond should be fished heavily .

-S TV"'ltDA-Y- "II. Nun Toll Uio Truth
-4 Th.laaml Xrt P.-

AUG. IIM..1. :...!I.O'IUI for todatriltk .lt.lt ioo4 U fit- OM JUmlU 5 a L.t.l I STUART SAtLFKH? : SUMMER TOURNAMENTMay 100 MILES SOUII IF MIAIII

," ..30-4 VKWtloa;: Pliirkmio.l.ltWunm ( 1 Oct. 31)SMIfStfIldentl
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'<0il IOHIiOO 0 1.010 st.aadrl 5010 'or My t. .....

Sita 4",haunt.. iMimt troy, 1111""MOlorI I 1 C-.d.......TI m...rt ., _t D nf Tk: MOtIO length .division, Ronald L, Skelton, GOLF AND FISH GeIW fmr FRED" 11-h.r. Cnrx _
.= C.od,"Tt 15,00-I tl H :.: -4 Aiir flrtffltkt7 ................ 8 ft.
.a Manatee Marina .
._U An....4 r. lamp IJOte HP .MI Bolt ."o4 aol tko ftanlOiOA I Stuart. Boston Whaler 00 Air CM. tlo*.4 u4 Htt4 KM _
rN*
.._ '.11 N... : for orv d. -4 N.k.d Clip Morrison Melbourne Beach, AT RUTTGER-S! dlmtlr w tk. Oc* .
{ ,AMBER JACKS Hugh PnOn..hlt 0103.
Mill Mw
RCA VICTOR P*0 Hople 4 Clrto.n ClMldf..-.n>* 2l Y'rot..taRt WIOd14 U l iroq I.l-lt 1 Mho II...... ,.....\. : "Gulfstream Captain Von K. Jourdan ................ 66 to. 8 oz.I 0__nn-45 y..5 in.b..plag.
Look U. Md Latttt7ltlt
offers IAN&YEAR f It Vl Oirtvon()I..,.Camlnlif f S Bl Witrk* "Mra.. WUlr4. Itt5a-I:: ::" Hmurvir OM' Wass.lb I ARCTIC BONITO: Marvin E. Neffl, Memphis, Tenn., e L:2=::t.5 ::o .rl b. .b-rew bd 0..-

.I-4I OOIM*> Tin' it -4 ......................... 12 Ib.
WARRANTY J:10-0 AnvInIranal bomb I IS Bllil Pt TaI 1.ltlt! fIb_. ltlaht of Iti* Qnartw I "Spray II, Captain Ray Young ... CAPTADTS TABLE" S".IU.--T.... _'....,..,

on all parts Including your color i r Ij..gOgluR.roi) ItiOO 4 amen I It Mess"Movl "Y.llow einrf"II BARRACUDA: Ervln Wagner Stuart, "Marybob III," Our New Little J.:.t r G r "': elrihotel

Ill: : Mov.. 'Cov.r Ollt' ....1....' TkotwliSO ..........,......... 22 Ib. pew rbbtat Ptar' [1.H..
picture tube! i.MG.! N." **... 'I ;i tTl.1: I ..t Jnknar Canoo akwtiao Captain Bob Scrimsher .......................... Restaurant : BanMaw.. Tickl
Wo'rbhTj
EXCLUSIVE SALES A; SERVICEFRANK'STV .. I **. t M.TI'* Jensen Savannas 10 lb. 3 oz. U..104 a.-c PIaIoI.11II11.\ .rb-
Ikwiti Lake
SiOO t A4vnl 4 A4. ntnr Tiwtrof I rmt ...."** A.... liOO: ::it Kcinl.k Mw. BLACK bASS: R. D. Futcb, City b mass IFn. L1ala I.du,.
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f Club I 11.1 1 0 Ppl 4 ..w Ar Trolls.apIS 4iOO,11 -Mlfktwitak ll( Movla Mori BLACKFIN TUNAS! Charles R. Gorman." Rantoul, in., ... .

t It 1.n".dn6IS MMI for .t.,_, .. - "Marybob HI," Captain Bob Scrimshet' .............- 13 Ib. .,..,,
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APPLIANCESItadquten I II."-? .toN ( TUESDAY Oa PNON11 143 S1/5 -
i' and foru.a.1 :: t\.t-It-::: ...Ilea11.004. 801. I...... AUG. as BLUEFISH: Charle Oei Vent Beach .......-............_ U lb. 8 0& I

Color" TV I.ae-ITan 11 MOM Tbaln.a r-.. .....tI... Gnus .. Marabg.tt BLUE MARLIN: R. b. Farmer. Coco Beach: "Sprsy

725 Colorado Mat? AT 7-3456 l. .1: \:of f It II Com"N Toe' ..r Star,rilm Matra IIII. of Uio *' ..*. $. mrMr.Dmmi"tiOO a....*.. "i&JNiCswrotlvo II," Captafo RAy Young ........................................ 130 lb.

,.00-. Altb ,51.IISWo .. lliSO-4 PhllidrlphlaThUIlM' *.. -l Potpourri BONITO: Mrs Clea Oagne, Coco Beach, "Marybob

Jill D", It Plttikinrk Tia- PlraW* "iOO-4 MarM. Binrfort Vilhaui1* 111" Captain Bob Scrimsher ......-..-....-................ 18 Jb. c. I
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...l LOT .bl V OiSO_4 Movbs "Pint Mia tnto *P1N" "Oulfstream "
IDIli sale.WIIw 1.7 Clfvilind Anl, Indlm duals ,7 MollMU la tk* Steno, gust" DOLPHIN: Mack V. Farley', tall Oallte., ,

t. ." 100..1 1 Tk* Ptmny Qaiaa Captain' Von Jourdan ......................_** *......... 43 lb.

Almost Everyone Listens ] 1'Irbl.o: :It "R.A..4.1Pohl 'b Pa'. dw4fki .--. Chloe ands. FLOUNDER: Andy Demo ovlcb, Jensen\ Beacn ........ 7 lb. 8 oz.

ToYSTU H."II"..: T I..... JACK CREVALLE: Row Longshore Coooa: Beach, AN INVESTMENT GUIDE

RADIO STATIONMUTUAL 5.10--II tusNt1.IaS .**f-t-l HNro. Waalk**, I aWrto It A. I. Whitlcar ........ 30 lb. :2 c*
:;::::rcs= .... 7 Nwa, WatkrIt "Skipper Captain
NETWORK FULL TtMB 1450 K.C t.7 pnpo.--at". .. /46-1 M*...C...._. .......i TmttaryMirorWk KINO MACKERELt: E r"s i t Deiianvas* ,Jackson FOR You

McvtaKj-Tk silllake.. I Heights' N. Y. "Fran L." Captain Pete RobertsonSI lb.
.,:::4 Uttloit HOBO .. 111..1
r M03UAY tkr* IATVDAT' I & Dant.r a" ..n--NN.. r.Wa1Y.Wma01sosI I, LADYFISH: Frank C. Morgan, Stuart ........................ :2 Ib. 7 oz. Oar "Monthly Review: Km an! the tacks currently: recommended

0,110 JIM: w1W JTATN'!, PJRWH! AND WHATUBBI '.....l.IIu". .!pU. I Ie tr':: and Co .\. 1I..Ioo.at II.... 1or iqw SEA TROUT[: L, W. Cone. Palm' City ..--->............ 12 Ib. 7 c* by our Research Department. In the latest fasue,
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5NOCLAIM COMNNR. / : I 4.3O Its-4 TmiMk aid tko Btarp Cats SNOOKS: Morris ScfcaU. Jensen Beach: ..._..- 36 Ib. for instance find IS t stocks
Now* **T .If k*ti I I.'. ., yowl : conveniently arranged
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wA.,fr.111.1.:Yio". I3B : I: T CoaiBitt'lOO_ 11- J4I-4..._Wale. On.Y.15row SPANISH MACKEREU Frank C. Morgan Stuart 3 lb. fatt group et* growth iryeitarf. income, and utility Inutt.Tbere .

1.15 e A.O.lA' NSlot. era ..... : pnwt1 .i-WIlE 4 hid KI Vtmral.'". : .Iw..N n... AP..toro nUPLETAlL Colin Brarn Daytona "Jackk.. Captain an Important and bterestln| facts about each stock

5 = ;.:1w i :Bit* sal ttfrtM EwNaaS .._ ,it: BuinrfotBiM : v' f kloTi.11"1* Frank McClosky ................................-.......-....-...- 32 Ib. 8 oz. i fadudlns: the current: price: dlvWend, yield, 1963 and estf-&

AM 1. ..ba. il Hi.k.w Pitnt Miami .___. 3 lb. :2 oz.
1.15-11 PM WEAKFISH: Gordon E. Co ..__ ::-
Bated 1964
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Tiff STUART (FUtrMa) NEWS
CONlRA<-TOR'S BOARD '. :':... ; hllrrdllY August ZO, 1964 3-C
Richard Prvor. Stuart .irchit ,' : ""'" I'

was appointed to the Murim l ..Im, T" ,1;
ty General Contractors Examining .r Inoculation Is

Board by the Martin Count Com '
mission I a "
Urge Against
The
commission also! set i-' hearing for Sept 9 at 9: H) .i 111 or ,
shortly Polio in State
thereafter, on rCl/.ul.I'lI1)/ '!
governing the examination t tar a
permit for A survey of Florida child im-
a contractors IJ'bCThe ::!
nuns :anon program-begun ear
r
rr t. tJ Ii,,-i this year by the State Boardof
Soviet Union will build! i Uf ,hh- shows. that among fif-
large hydroelectric plant in ncutrahst ,"01" iccn.month-old children I It I percent
Cambodia. where Contmii <,,\ 11" i I 1 of the white and 31 1 per cent
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nisi China is also (rung to extend .. 'i of the nonwhite have not taken
it* influence '111I' / polio I viieunePhis .
I conk! "be a dangerous sit-
GA STORAGE nation because the preschool child
I I Is at the greatest risk and yet is the
WAREHOUSE I I poorest immunised against polio"
,, SId, Dr. Wilson T Sowdcr. state

Storage by the !. I health Polio officer.was widespread in iToridu .

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prior U> the availability of the
DayVeek NV first I polio vaoclne I in I93S< This i
.. new vaccine brought about on* of
Month Year I
.' the large immuniialion program
CSFD FURNITURE & I m history and his reunited in sharp
.' \ ,1/ reduction in.. the. tWite
APPLIANCES .
,j.. r So fat this year only eight case
AU, GOlDEN GATE all. pttrnlytic-.have been reported .

--- ---- --- (:o.\ "//li, w H'' M, f I Iq all of !19 I thirty three paralytic and four nonpiiralvtic
.; '' : : '" ):, case reported.
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For a. t'' J.. .... '".. I ____
Beauty \ .. .... j' J 1 ,
I II -" t. There are about <.W National : -
r. .. Guard units in the U S.
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C"AINtDIA'LS:\ : :'\ and a French concoction called pite: de foie l\MSII'! CVNNFI: IIVM: is displayed by Dick Heureux.. manager OI l\'I: OIL KtlM \\l\l\I h u\ulable Irt nv>.t food 1 Mores. HireR 101 ,

gras".''held by kindreds manager, Robert Cruse, are to be foundin of Stuurt: \ A & P Store In this "' (Ire', frozen foods dcpnrt- r. Welker, Fort Pkr", ".i hrf manager lor Eugene Morrhsette! "

the !More'i gourmet! dcrJlrtment.Gourmet meat were shrimp from Vcnuuelu., and lobster tails from Africa of kwik (nek' displays} two well known brand. Qlrt.ll

Our Supermarkets Carry Exotic Foods from Many Lands

I ,.........._. visrr OUR. _FOUNTAIN
Pr Y ir 1. trraawt


'Around the World Cart Stuart STUART ICItVI DRUG LUNCH CORP.

in a Grocery in I a.. L..1H&.. 0 'IIUALL 1..... D..I 110111. AT 7.1542 I

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I 1 will he found under (the lubcls ofi I Certain Hems for which some I. thQ Dakotas. Wyoming. Montana, I -
That Is You. i Products Are well known American puckers such I, MtiM' are rightfully\ fan include Utah and New Mexico! However I \ou rnnnot' afford to u*<* .an Inferior purr"
.. a* Armour Libby and! Swift.M..I hake beans and) other of the 57 I these stales' are important in the credit report', Our np-lo-dul"" factual ,
varieties in and livesioek a a r
production
of our tolfce is from Bra packed Pittsburgh by grain
report f'lIIt' t mi wort.' tr
: zil. However. Cosla Rica u fast Hemand beans and soup from which find their way lo our grocers / vr1

Featured by 'Supers'By I becoming an important[ exporterof [ Campbell in Cailldefl N. J. shelve a* cereal, flour and Get The Rest From e .
PelicanBeauty this cOl11nll tIlY. Georgia is well represented, by first. ,
From the Orient we get lea and canned pickle and, relishes' whinpoxatoss llonJa l III well represented the ,.
CHARLEY S1OOKFY spices, with China and! India! being turnip. green, and\ pea year around with fresh and canned MERCHANTSCREDIT .
Salon the main sources of these commoditk nut butter. Alabama,, can clalrp' citrus to say nothing of "peanutsfor
I By tiding a bit of Imagination, a person can make a world tour *. Curry power and nut canned okra, and.Tennessee black-: !boiling! and canned hturis. of
in any of Stuart three supermarkets and wind up at the checkout megs also come from India Sul-:: eye pea, swamp cahbuge BUREAU'
Evening by Appointment counter with a cartful of exotic foods. gonsnow frequently in the worlds! Louisinna l I III represented by riot Ever try salad, mA.I1!! \>11" swamp,

Myrtle Clark Claire Scranton It will probably surprise many readers to learn that thirty-eight/ news i Is source, of f cinnamon and hot sauce; Connecticut by for cabbage,it the Well can there and ns for it rreip boil, *, "MUUIV! (COUNTY IKADINO CRKIHC BURKAU"IMCOrFSSIONAt.
on
of the United Slates, and twenty-three foreign countries are representedTen Spain furnished paprika to I the A.I I steak sauce, Delaware by dill I eJ "-\\ell. thuls mother : rXCIIANGR BUILDING '
field' of peanuts
215 OSCEOLA AT 7-3484 by foodstuffs on the shelves of condiments pickles, Massachusetts. by cranberry .
I A&P. Kwik Click and Kindreds. I European countries are well sump shirt canned and smoked sauce: Ohio by onion juice and ,"'y. --- _-..-. ---- .-
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- represented. Denmark France, and oyster and Man canned Chinese' foods; South Carolina STUAR1'I
Holland. Italy and Switzerland darin oranges to U S. food! markets by canned crab meat) Mam
ar1ry supply' these stores with cheese of by sardntes, and Boston "baked I
wk rut ih + various kinds Norway and Portugal A meat sauce from England! 'beans; kanM by salt and )Ken; I
[ are !sources of sardines and and bottled West I Indict lime Juice lucky:' by marachino: cherries,
Scotland of kippered herring. Canned were the main product bearing! I
Ifyou'rethekind.t
Mis < I Is to he found on
ham and Canadian style bit- labels" from l the Brush Empire, Hippi
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the lube) tit canned Oirimr' ; Tenet I
coo. are.important products: of Each; of Stuart v.(food markets, m preserved' figs: Maryland on
Denmark. has a gourmet department in beans., Cokndo'nn! sh(*
green
From Italy comes. olives, olive which will he found some unusual siring potatoes; Virginia on vine* of
who looks
food welt canned snail.., imported
: out
oil, wine and wine vinegar !Spain' as JIIIr and! apple saucet t Wisconsin buyer
is another source of olives, olive caviar and pate tie foie on cheese and cherries and Mivsvuri
This; litter i I. madeof
oil and wine. irrss a paste in nietii and canned /milk
Beer from Denmark Norwayand ground liver and! truffle A. I Alaska, is I represented by canned l
truffle is mushroom
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME Holland is becoming popular; found an In underground I:urope and priced I salmon end Hawaii by sugar
in this area, as well asp fine. Rhine and pineupple forNQlthat'syou] ( )
as a delicacy particularly I In I
Air Conditioned Chapel wine from Ciermanv I ranee. Vermont, is to .lot found on cam
Among frozen fools! of for Although Hawaii is the major I and hollies of maple hut.
eign origin, will be found rainbow source of pineapple both fresh labels hearing the na""' Iyrur'I New
R CECIL JOHNS RONALD II JOHNS trout from Japan( shrimp from and canned, a sizenble quantity' : Hampshire". and North Carolina art
Licensed Funeral Directors Venezuela, lobster |lads) from South comes from Mexico, At this sea scarce, New Hampshire" I III ono of look for the man with
Africa, and l scallops: from Nova ton we have our own Florida fresh : the few food.'Importing" stale .
1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD. STUARTe
Scotia' pineapple I North Carolina it I a major nrodoo
A major South) American product On 'the domestic scene It will he er of cotum. and ktbaccot Neither
ii canned roust beef from Argentina found that most of our canned I. of these arc foods, but articles
Telephone AT 7-3454 and Paraguay Another and frozen fruits and vegetable I matte from them tat on tale In the NO deals !
U oar Ambulance Smite Oiygea Equipment important( meat 'Iron these countries I from Illinois Indiana Minnesota, the local) food market -now
is canned corned heef
Thew:1 Wisconsin' Michigan, Washington' -- -- --
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by upeciflc .
latter j 'llile.ii'; .i. I! 1 Iowa: kN"h\ ; .k ,
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For_all your Lawn cutting : ( that's YOUf"

Stuart !Will Cooperate

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POWER, MOWERHEADQUARTERS T Coastal Chambers Plan Chevrolet dealer )



To Promote Use of AlA


j A plan ID promote coastal travel to he relea e d| "paler I ; la the elation 1
(along Fonda Highway AIA' was" Member are welcome to contact
Expert I presented to the Stuart Chamber
I .
.the commnwe with, iiggcMirm or
of (
i ontmerce Hoard nf Director
by Mrs Rosaleen Murray manager may nornimiM from the floor at
SALES & SERVICEWe al. the August meeting. the annual. ntceiing. 51:,.. 21.

The idea originated. with" the A perOll"II.ced.JIJimrrl"ld yi

and Sell genuine only/ j Fcrnamitms Besets Chamber of, copy of 'the new Martin County, t !
use Factory parts I Commerce as the first ocean front, high School mrUwk warn, Msenied > ,
(town within" ,' Florida, and was discussed to the !hoard and received a' itChraroklsapoh.partJsept
SPECIAL TUNE-UP by Chamber representativesin with aprreciaiion The annual will L .
AallmrUftl
Melbourne Aug, J. The route be used fur reference with. thjt
.,,.. Atrncy tan t from Ftrnandsn. to l DaytoiM Beach many prospective teacher and
N01v ERq tin already especially promoted ae new. residents who" teeh detailed informaiH -
$8.50 ALlI'"HAun.) I the Buccaneer Trail on the school system at CArorfalfeUkSportCs1s.L.
MO'O.ANUMIAN Mnwal" John Keirvy, manager of the the thumnor1. mforMalkM.ctnui.
jets own rt IFrrnandma I Beach (Crunnbcf peoposed -
e rtp1A .... .."... _rIt vwn. /Ipro that a route bt promoted In LOCI: OS" KIVWMMttM
ca... .... ..,... ...... MODERN TOOL A DII the Hunt manner ill th* way lo I Mill BKCnWf: )
I..a..1 .... "jot.. -"... r ENGINESICC Miami' Beach running along AIA' I OR KhrAIH HOUK .

Aal..l'w .t.v except for necessary crossovertU I 1--.. -
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TRATTONAU.ISCHAI 5. I : H .4tt.-6'
Dedi\ ay fIJMr MIMS L where tvaurway* with.nut Colonel Parflrt. DmrlctEflfioef / ; _
.. ... LAWN BOV "bridges interfere It was lckttmvitl, has gfvrii,
irCUM'tHPHONE t'brought<< out that stile line welcome notice .ka navigation' Interetf*' of
S am.r.e 1 //nM..I K IWLLLaL.
,. station could: make /IK. lad lads !
------------.-----..---....----.-, Trail, known/ to traveler" not foUretitW > :::7'KiW..liYd (Canal. J5V mjj jj )
,. in speed art wanting lo I located al In* southerly outlet to V
1"1,1n'/111 Rt'UUMENT I I ace all. of Florid I Lk KwMmmM. Th, luck'", duets
.ENGINU, Chamber cwcuuve at the Melbourne her has" bars oftteretl, l *it. to (1f'rfl n ".9 "'.foor !litla CWM J/wira Ctu6 COM80 /*
....1 If repay of yew worn. oat enema II top meeting:: ware asked to UU. I iMvigAiMMV, 'from Auf. 't. until
t' ems we call replies It WIlli a new, 3-112 the waster. svrth. then Boon end abmii,' Aug. J I. RrpMr! are t. h* Pnnt for
niwnal rosary .tawnnwwr ; watt n.nlonirr a hurry In lot a Ko. 1 Bur
It.,. CNMes get sheet fueling .. requeuinguVvpuiNMt nude '
... '[that djpj on ;4 sharp. new 6l& ___ 5.5.551 Oft Anwrini'i No.
I npla< iment .,19,01.. More" p eMj of ttw entire coastal l Information concerning the IM 1 can. And
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: t VvroW. (hivrlW. ( b |It
for more mvmnf tti* add ntre 464-2664 route It Buccaneer. Trait Sad lhfirming act UU. IN \kick; will lie otcii,4M *vy I M 1CIU tfunk y iu'r. LJM, only
1 mower bf*. $$32.95 of a promMKMwl orprtTh n.v rptwn my IM obtained from or (Corv ir'Hraim "' ; M It i I on* eoncwiMki! about J txjkin 6
L. W. Install or d. It yew.*"lf. _>_ "w***.*". I ukas. the. Area Fnpneer." Central and. right" now it'i vo '. I' out for No. 1, your' wrong.
4.. 1 Stuart Bor4 voted to cn> Sou berg Florid Asia. C1rw1tleoft, 1 'BurThw at your C'Jwmk4 r,1 a'''' assess i You.rCUTrofctdealwIthert\ .
done the hit/ Of the *...*.Nrt. relaphea 1'1I7J.. drtt1rr'.. He, put, tit move wit .. _J to bolt out for you too. Come
EXPERT REPAIR ALL MAKES MOWERS route but did not commit: itself rvrrY'61 l ,rte hall Wt Inwulmforyoumlf.

Ic ,tarn an s ociaiio i until. further
facts f..r." '' t/wIJ.r"tmtI ;
are at Mnr( The 19 clumbersMismlvtvi IJwMf '

ENGINE SALES .have brew invited i to ffICIICt J I'i MICH MAY comrrrrui --....-.-.-- ,,-.. .. Cemw.1iIfkrMlfi4ey3blJfawly/Igalotrypekfe... ..................................-........r1
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BACKIEL spun Srt :II in Cocoa Beech I If '
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On outer bimneu tote prwudcnt. I i. Th 1"1eIwn. AdvhoryhM Bose, w at .
anuNSa d .ppomrneat of tow been authorwwJ bf In* City

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wIle 1tttrt NrlUl1 ERNEST LYONS' COLUMN!


r' THURSDAY AUGUST 20. 1964 Little Green Man 'j

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Stuart. Martin County Florida a

\ Entered U econd-clasi: mail mailer at post office at Stuart Florida

MEMBER OF: "" Day on the PondUSED .. '

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION TO BE that I didn't believe in

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS Unidentified Flying Objects, Little Green Menor

any of that nonsense.! I wasn't even scared

GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS, Editor when Orson Welle had that panic inspiring m.-I '

radio program about invasion: of the Earth from '10' i I. m r. r 'I l

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida. $4.50 per year; two years outer !space, largely because I didn't have the .I .. .lJ.. __.

S8. O. (Subscriber living !part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rate.) radio on. I. ." : '

Anywhere else in U.S.A.. $5.00 per year two years $!J.'o. JI !,!" ,

Six months $2.75, three mouths 175. ANOTHER THING, when anyone men 'b" ,0.;.:. .. _, .
Foreign and Canadian rate on application ,, ;
tions "inhabitants of outer space" as being a'f !! :

strange and odd, it gets my dander up. We, .ay;. "", '. ." "' .....

right"" here are inhabitant of outer space, just '.. ,! ". '.. J .
outer as it can be from the most ', ". .
Isn't It Amazing about as parts '> ._' 1..J: .
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outer' from it. If we aren't strange, they aren'tstrange ) ; .. i I
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We Lead Florida in Buying Power 'I WO ROOSEVELT: : BRIDGES AND ONE: / FEC: RAILWAY BRIDGE NOW SPAN THE SI. LUCIE
USUALLY I don't give such things a pasting _

thought because: if a fellow devotes himself

Growth; Third in All Increased! lo looking for the unusual everything else r ., m cation ciation in of Ann an added Arbor jo> u> > ,
and ,
vun
becomes humdrum. I noticed that when we
into at night to Letters to the EditorThe ing parts of Michigan I inn in > i ,
all running out our yards
Martin County Just. slept in the sun for Our growth i ia natural, although" spurred by were look for Echo I or Echo I II) or whatever it was home state and). That )joy I is ihi ,
a long time-but when we Marled growing cipation receiving on 'Sdi
several millions in
the tortoise turned into a racing jackrabbit. state road work giving us It disappointed us to confuse sonic plain ordi- of each week the most "A, ,
physical improvements which are reflected by ary, mediocre star with the satellite. Caught poured down edition of The Stuart No
Squeezed in between the Gold Coast t and opinions expressed are those Mildred Spring and now Ulla Miller ing their tax money
adjoining business investment In fact, remarking: "Shucks, that' only would do the With the of .
myself in this help the V
the Missile Coast, Ibis 500-square-mile chunkof of the writers. If desired, letters ; the past and present! custodians the drain way > i
Florida real estate has awakened and la There are sign that thia growth h goingto Venus" are printed above a nom de plume of the Elliott Museum, Sam Har- same in a personal telegram,: or. find myself being a one 'me
increase solid but never without The News know less, Mr. Spiller, Mr. Petty, and letter not by groups or organiza Chamber of Commerce: hll1,
going to town at a rate that is causing Florida --good, signs-such as the
to sit up and hike notice. paving of Martin Highway the coming! ocean ANYHOW having trained myself to regard ing the name of the writer. Letters Sophia Fredrickson; the rre nt"keepers" (ions. In. R o. Hupfel enjoy.tin County a role I thorour

The other day the Martin Committee boulevard from Fort Pierce to Stuart the all things as unusual or all things as common sent in anonymously are filed of the House of Refuge -
County Stuart. We have been away uhoui I ti, .
In the waste basket.-The Editor. Museum, Bill and Fran Alloway,
of 100, which hopes we will grow even modern bridge being built on Jensen Causeway place, which works out to the tame thing, I was and part-time worker, Herb Smith. My Dear Senator Eastland: weeks so far and presently cdneei: I

faster than we are growing, received a report Such things "change the face" of a not particularly surprised the other day to find COMMENDS: MRS. MURRAY Valuable assistance has been I do hope you will do everything to be back in Stuart probjht
for the better "what was evidently either a common garbagecan FOR HER: PART IN: / October./ Please add
this
from Premack & Associates! Inc. of St. Petersburg county donated the follow. in your power to <'"> I
by
research, Which makesit lid or an unusual flying saucer PARADE PLANNING: / generously McCarran Walter Immigration laurel to your abundant collection
a organization Speaking of a "change of face take a lookat lOa people: In the field of art, I )
its business to analyze Florida, growth for what something good like our new high feIlJa.R Cooke, would like to pay particular re and Nationality Act to seethatthe Sincerely
business men. Growth means opportunity. !school' results in. It isn't entirely what the IF THE GARBAGE can lid had been di,. : Chairman, cognition of the talents abilities Hart Bill (S-747)) and the Hart- James H. Lattmu'i

Eyes popped when members of the Committee school doe while serving to help educate our covered: on Venus, it would have been unusual, Chamber" of Commerce Parade: and efforts of Jim and Joan Hutch- Cellar Bill (SI932-HR 7700)) are 1807 Linwood AU.HK.

of 100'i steering committe analyzed the. kids. Having such a modem facility raises everything there being extraordinary, but since I would like to take this opportunity inson who have assisted me through defeated.What curious quirk of thinkingcan Ann Arbor, Mich

report. "We're first in all Florida's, sixty-seven our standards afield. everything on Earth i i. more or less commonplace to express our sincere appreciation the years in creating many exhibits' the of the Dear Jim!

counties in growth of net buying power and You will note a story elsewhere in t today'sStuart I took it in stride that this silvery circular participate for in having been recent invitedto July and arranging In the ,art Ross shows Witham in has thepest. Anti-Poverty prompt Bill and passage its expenditures The finest "laurel" we ,can iu-r

per capita buying power," said Ross Philbrick News announcing that "several hun object was a plain old U.P.O. Especially since 4 parade The parade your was one of been an assistant past i in carrying' out and then the \passage of bills subscriber get is a letter like yours tram J:

executive director. "We're second In bank de- dred teachers" from five Florida counties will there was a little green man jumping up and the best organized events I n the museum's conservation protects that would Intensify the basic
posits growth and third In all growth factors" convene at the new high school on Aug. 24 down on top of it. which our Mounted Color Guard and other research which has causes of poverty and unemployment -The l KinoLET'S -

What does this report mean? In ft nutshell, "to hear top-flight Florida educator" has appeared. It was obvious to us credit and support to the ? lIii1i'....

it confirms the fact that our growth revealedby Because have In the IT HAPPENED that I was fishing in a from the beginning that Mrs. Mur Martin County Historical Society. Editor's note: Bravo to Mrs.
we
the 1960 census for the 1950-60 decade, a facility top small boat little about five miles ray had devoted much attention In the field of historic and wild Hupfel. Why don't more cof us
bracket, we're chosen for the district on a pond LAUGH
convention lead?
is rolling ahead with increased momentum. to the many minute details involved life films, the extremely capableand follow her
of Stuart and the or whatever it
of the Florida Education Association. west! saucer
in the planning phase of such professional abilities of E. W.
The coven the two and one-half
survey .
from mid-1960 to the end of December, This report should give all who believeIn was, came drifting down the surface of the an event, and I trust. that she has Dutton have brought about agreatawareness ENJOYS COLUMNIN 'I'
years 1963. Martin County renewed confidence. It I is water, with the wind blowing it my way. The been commended for a job well and keen interest of our SIUARF NEWS The attorney for'the defendant

a wonderful county. It I I. a good county to little man would pop into a tiny hatch, there done. museums and all of Martin County in a criminal case asked the iud c
This means a great deal to investors in Invest in, to expand business in and to live .would.. be a "whirr, whirr, whirr" and out he Sincerely yours throughout the country. The establishment Editor Stuart News: to instruct the jury that it t is better
Martin County. Brevard County, where the In. would pop again to jump and jump on the Kolund D. McKee, of the Film Library is only I have enjoyed your column in that ninety-nine guilty men

government hast: poured billions Into missile convex edge of the saucer It dawned on me Major, U S. Marine Corps, one of his many contributions, The Stuart News over a period of should go free than one innocent
leads the state' counties in We aren't standing still we're "growing more eight yean, as we have been winter
installations! growth ; that hit motor bad kaput like out nspcctor-I nstructor In addition to the museum staff man should be convicted.The .
-but Martin Is second on the East Coast in '64." We all know it, of course, but it'* does gone and he my 4th Amphibian Tractor and volunteer workers, 1 would residents that long. Some of the judge replied: "Yes. I shall
board frequently that was trying
without the benefit of such whopping federal encouraging to have an outside agency con Battalion, like to express my appreciation to articles have been so good I have so instruct the jury, but I shall
foot the
projects. firm it. desperately by action to push floating West Palm Beach all the members of the Historical them in a scrap-book. You people also instruct them that I think.
saucer to that it would clear my boat. He was the and officers in Stuart really have been out the
Society, past present ninety-nine c
getting nowhere fast and appeared terrified. I SCHMIDT IN FAREWELL: : and trustees, the Martin spoken about the Cuban situation.I already gone free-Stilluatet.
. disliked! him on first tight; anything I hate is 10 IIISIORV I GROUP County Museum Commissioners!! I don't really think editors of Long Minn.
for a fellow to come messing! around close by members of the press and radio Island papers would write so specifically S
Do We Have t to Have Noise/ Confusion; and Trash? when I am fishing. Editor Stuart News: and the many friends of the Mar on such a thing. At least, "
I 1 haven't seen any editorials "Why are you so glum
\ ,, .? ?i.I This. letter.is addre lICd. t the tin County museums" 'i" l of'the"countless -wn lithe Mew-York TirtWKWI I, .:I %"'''oIIor told n**,I cant pin!
American Towns' Noise and Litter HE POPPED inside and pulled the hatch t members of Martin County HIs. These are numbers just i of few people;and good luck to interesting! future) aO .' ,. 6
torical "" 1i I-'couM: !
cover shut just a* the contraption bobbed Society: who have made positionas materiaL ;.\ "I that-ail, ? have tut.
groups my
against the/ boat. started to push it away and For approximately' six years I your museum! director one of Enclosed find check: : for sub you that, and I've" just placed) one
Contrasts Clean have been director of Martin Coun scription. We will be down in Stuartin round with you. -Johnson! Cit\ ,
to Quiet Europe get on with my fishing frankly I IIIIW no reason pleasure as well as a success.: The N. Y.
why his problems should be my problems and ty's Museums active interest and participation of December.

spoil a good fishing trip to boot) when latent It has been my responsibility and the general public in the events Respectfully yours, SThe
American are used to noise. They probably large pieces of paper Into hundreds of small curiosity got the better of me. I reached over, my pleasure to develop the Houseof planned at the museums has also Gertrude A. Combes, retiring usher was>> instructing -

like it. And there's no conclusive proof bit when mowing highway border. Instead of picked up the saucer: and put it on the middle Refuge Museum! and watch it been most! gratifying Hampton Bays, his youthful successor in the
increase in popularity through theyears. Long Island, N. Y. i ,
It is my sincere: hope that all of details of his office. "And remember
finds
that the majority of our population anything picking up the pupa In advance of the mower teat. The thing might be of some Interest to With the accession of the you who have given of yourselvesso Dear Mrs. Combes: my boy, that we have nothing
offensive in gum wrappers beer cans or somebody, I thought Intending to take it to Elliottt Museum! the cultural as will but good kind Christians <.n
A* for noise the screaming of children at freely continue your fine No, we doubt that you will find ,
throw-away sheets decorating the landscape town possibly to give to Mrs Crews' Kindergarten of have been broad
the pects our area cooperation with my successor. such warnings about the Cuban this church--until you try to put
of unmuffled
play, roar automobile, scooter
But noise and litter art two things foreign Class ened beyond all expectations.I am Finally. I would like to add that danger in the New York Times as someone else in their pew. -Jetfcrson -
Visitors dislike about the United States, according and motorcycle engines, blaring televisionand proud to have had a part in this the many loyal and sincere friendships have appeared in The Stuart News Ohio.
,) radio and
to a survey made by the U.S. Travel sets, sputtering power mower TO MY ANNOYANCE, the hatch popped achievement. which Carol and I have made consistently from the beginning of .
Service among visitors from overseas. upset our foreign visitors Have we become open again just! a* I had baited and was At this time, I have been offered here during our years together will the Castro! regime The New York "Why did that student nurse gel
to used to it that we accept noise and con up the position of director of the remain the doc
treasured
most Times three demerits the
dived ?
always off the inquired
deep end and
These visitors are so right Even the casual casting The little fellow stuck hit head half
fusion of \lives "Science Museum and Planutarium, .
as part our part of our association' with Martin mistakenly Castro tor
observer i it bound to admit that wo are prob. out. It obvious that he scared death supported is a
wts was to ,
of Palm Beach County The opportunity -
and the Martin without
Rowdy, noisy kids can be calmed down County County "new George Washington" for "It was for being absent
the noisest, most littering in the but brave too. Ho had hair the of

ably people green parted on extending my experience museums, Cuba. It :' International Fall
by their parents If In no other way than by was a bitter pill for them guuie. -
world. tide and fine features All in all, he was and background in the science .
look
the old fashioned "woodshed treatment very I sincerely forward to hearing when he said "I 1 am a Communist Mum.
Receptacles for litter are not necessary on about the size of a frog, but othewise he lookedthe field coupled with a substantial from you all and will also welcome sod always have been a Communist
the streets In most European cities Folks In Unmuffled automotive engine are against same as everybody else one head two increase! in salary, has encouragedme your visits at my new location ." Life magazine and our Doctors advise walking fat
the law in Stuart and in Florida. However and to accept this position. in West. Palm Beach. State health but have to see I'
Europe just carry any litter with them in arms, two legs except for being green own Department made the we yet
pocket or rune, until they arrive at homeor failure to enforce the law seems to be a not wearing any clothe "You better not hurt Therefore. I regret sincerely: to With fondest same mistake. In fact: the State a mailman who looked is if h*
regards:
offer of .
resignation ,
Aug.
common practice: on city county and date my as Department withdrew all could whip a truck driver Man-
office when there's a waste basket. us, Mister, he IBId In a tiny piping voice not 31, 1964. Stephen Schmidt. support
level. much louder than cri\ kel's. I had to turn from Batista and encouraged I istce, Mich.
It certainly doesnt help the American: a : My accomplishments over the .
t scene any when we make no bones about Not much can be done about power mower up my hearing: aid to extra loud to get it. past years have been dependent SHE PRO TKSIS: ATTACKON while covert he supply was in of the arms mountains to Castro It "What's new around visa
for
throwing empty paper cups candy wrappers, except city fathers to prohibit their upon the entire museum staff, IMMIGRATION: LAWS I is a shamefully stupid episode house said a '! to a small bo>
snack bags and cigarette packages on the sidewalks use. on Sunday, and to restrict their use on "WHO'S HURTING you?" 'I said. "You especially my wife, Carol who as which has never been fully ex "I don't know1 he replied sad
street or lawn as happens even in weekday to the period between 8 a.m. andS bumped into my boat; L didn't bump into assistant director, gave me her Editor Stuart News: ly. "They spell everything.Augusta
Even idea would be training, inspiration This is a copy of the letter I wroteto plainest.The
p.m. a happier for the experience
Go ahead Ga.
with Our Clean" and fix but
Stuart many "Keep City receptacles yours. your engine stop EditorANOTHER
and wonderful imagination Steve Senators Eastlund. Holland and
manufactures to> put mufflers 01them.. ;
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placed: handily on the sidewalks annoying me while I'm fishing
former caretaker of the Smathers. and to
As a service to their neighbor, folk Bishop, Representative .. : '1"\ lJREI' Sam: "I see your wife has a tie*
Equally as bad are the State Road Department House of Refuge Museum' who Rogers after reading your editorialin her
FOR mink
confine OUR COLLECTION stole. That ought to keep
employes who let their mowers chew should the sound of their radio and "THATS not it at all." he said "You intendto was unceasingly generous with his the Aug 6 Stuart News.I warm."
television sets to their own quarter It I Is take Into show bunchof time, efforts and patience wish everyone who works from Editor Stuart NewsIt :
A us town and ut off to a great : Tom: "I didn't buy it to keep her
quite apparent that many people do not realize children as if we were freaks or something." during our years together; my secretaries "kin see to cain't see" to earn is with considerable pride and warm-just to keep her quiet."-
Poverty Is Sweeter that their radio and television program formerly Cornelia Abbott, a living, and is disgusted with see satisfaction to write you in appre- Buckhead Ga.
played full blunt can give others the screaming
Under Another Name meemie "OH. YOU'RE a mind-reader, huh? Who't -------

'UI' by the way? How many have you got in that
Editor Edith Boutwcll of the San Diego, The hard of hearing should use a set of thing There's[ Difference/ in Handout and Helping/ Hand Faces of Refugees Tell
California Stnior-Otite" News has a gripe head phone for listening to the radio and .

which may be representative of a thorn In to the audio portion of the television programor "ME MY WIFE and our children." he How Free Men Hate The

the skin of many people' --numely, the Poverty get a hearing: aid.. replied. Suddenly I saw five little curious heads America's Cattle Industry Free of Cuban Communist PowerFive

project. A traveler recently returned from France rimmed along the edge of the hatch alongside ,

She observes, "Why not call it 'The living who inspired this editorial, told The Stuart his and ten tiny hands holding to its rim ** the: Government Domination Cubans were recently landed in Mbar :

improvement plan? The word poverty In itself News: kid chinned up to took at me. I never did! seethe Prospering after being picked up alongside a storm-ulCk

carries .a negative thought: it cheapens "The hotel in Pans at which we stayed wife. They looked! like little green frogs. ed raft of bamboo and inner tubes near die
i society to so phrase! it. Insert! the word improvement wa directly: across the street from a park Americas: cattle industry Is one agricultural : treaties with foreign countries that have been Bahamas.

and there i i. a meaning of poMU've- that wa used u a playground by about 300 THEN HE pushed them back abruptly and enterprise that has not been under goo shipping Urge quantities of beef to the U.S.;
Parisian We didn't realize their slammed the hatch ernment domination yet it has prospered.In The desperate men bad eaten one fW>
Dell which i it vital to our thinking youngsters cover shut with sharp click a program to promote sale of American beefat
This i ia a constructive idea. Publicizing presence until we crossed, the street and entered al If a lock had snapped' had to turn the recent months, however, production has home and abroad and increased. and one sea gull as they drifted for a wad

poverty in the United States downgrade u* In the par'"RetorDln -, hearing aid up to IUJ'I.'t'AUJ'CI'oud' \ to catch w hat outstripped consumption, and l that plus increased of beef by the government for schools purchase: up the Gulf Stream They were swimming >is

the eyes of the world.: A program for "improvement" to the U.S. by ship we found be wt 1II'lnll"You devil, you were' thinking : imports of beef, ha hit the industry tutions and the needy. inMi- shark-infested waters when rescued. lb ''J

offers hope and progress a chanceto that two cabin on our deck had "been assigned they.might make good bas bait. rather hard. Of all the phase of the hollow-eyed gaunt and grim faces shown o

be somebody kt the community, not a to an American couple "with four Then Untie Sam stepped Into the picture. purchase of more beef by the program, only the newspaper photos, told a story never to t'C*
cipher, not a charily case, not just a common children: ranging in age from about four to WELL HE had me cold on that ono It hud Not with a handout but with a hand out to be considered help such government' can forgotten
t> other
fourteen."So only been an Idle thought and I had never had help This help has come in the form of enterprise have had. In four agricultural The story it simple.! Free men hale Coi1munism -

man.Mrs.. Boutwell has cast a thought upon the help u*-those four kid made more any intention' of carrying it out but they did. of SW.000,000 wa for months a toul so much that they will risk their hui

sea of Ideas. It is to be hoped that it may noise, and raised more cain on that ship, to "look like little 1"1frop and )ou spent beef by thegovernment in the flimsiest of craft to escape its e\ll 1

return many fold In the form of affirmative than did all Uw JUO French youngster at know bow has like" frvgs. "SO ARE" Yo e.: he supplied. "We carry The. picture should be enlarge, framed anJ
A result of the
action. This country deserve to be presented play in the Parisian pllft.W. ." germ. loo. a program of promotion placed' : in the chambers of the United SUM

to the world .a* a land of success. rather than often: hear that Europe U "becoming "I DID T anything) of the kinJ.* I said export of beef are these time what they Supreme Court, so that the justices might \
I despair." Americanized.: There i it evidenceto loudly and then on an oU-chan...e, I shot !back: I FELT sudden dislike, for the whole, outfit were the first half of 19)j. and per CapIta ponder iL I
come noisy "111 bet the whole! pack: of are. down there "\\ hy donl" kicking that engine or consumption of beef U rising sharply.
you you try
j ...., that effect, with the "Yeah, Yeah Yeah"Beatles Just apolitical philosophy" huh OnM! !
who trying to figure out if Ito any good to .at." hitting it with something That's how I start my This. information is contained in an article
are plaguing the world. But one-third of the refugees who set out in smJi
I The Stuart Newt will furnish outboard" sent out by Secretary of Agriculture Freeman I
photo prints Americans boat
generally, Mill have something tolearn for freedom make it through.' Two
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I SCORED a bulls-eye that, although it along with a letter dated Au 6. \
of size up to 8 by 10 Inches of any picture from their European cousins, particularly on 194. In thirds are gunned down at sea with niachu:
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 on noise abatement and keeping the landscape was a pretty: safe assumption. Anything alive THERE WAS a sharp metallic tapping, a the letter the tecretary points with pride to gun f

for the tint print and $1.00 for any additional dean! thai' meets anything else alive, bigger. or smaller sudden whi-r'r. and he must have took off. the report of progress nude by the cattle in It's no crime to be a Communist the court \
,
print ordered from the tame negative at the the first thing that comes to mind i ia whether Anyhow, I got a bite, caught a nice ba... and! dustry. ruled No When! a I
its
tame time; larger size by special quotationStuart horns We in were Rune, only would kidding.give The the blare bic-of'Cbi"auto the .other fellow ia edible. when I louketi a.iltill thing was gone. There It teem to u* that the cattle !industry's experience capita crime to be anything they pin the.power

News employee will not lake photographs was a burned spot about the sue of a Move should be a .lassos in agricultural
except for the news aDd advertising to a deaf mute. A French cab driver make :ARE your he: piped ltd on the sot If you ever lift one of those economic to the entire industry_ haaun
noise than
column of The Stuart New. more a one-man band. Marseille thing aboai" : my advice I II to pot a sheet of that point to the value of advtrliung and
it top for litter, Noise and mess appear Ube ABSOLUTELY inedible" 1 said, In fact tin or asNesio* under ii. They can sure mo up motion u contrasted with the futility of hud-pro\ The moM terrible crisis that a bureaus ;
universal can conceive is to run out of
a* appropaistaywithout
1 virulently puiun us. nice paint lib out and the dole.
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7o; sx .,......anaavaR'raw rurtaatae:::O' .1 1"..;eye.. jewsrnr LOCAL LEGION: THE !STUART (Hi>rlda) NEWS Thursday August' 20, 1964 S-C
HOST TO SCHOOL
e JUPITER NEWS
Rood-Williams American Legion
O Post! No. 271, and American Legion
O .
O MRS. ANNA MINEAR. CoRMpoodtm Pbooe 7.u..cWu 271
Auxiliary Unit were hosts i
u .... to the District 9 School of Instruct:
lions for Post 1 loci officers: Sun

p Coffee Speaker Discusses day. August lb.
The school was precedes. by a J

preschool patter party Saturday ..
Water & Stream Polution evening, to welcome lina Legion .
naires. Registrations! opened at 8
a.m. Sunday. with two sessions of
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. I 'Water or Stream Pollution was mcnt. instruction following, at 9 a.m. by
AT 7-1737 1
the subject of Dr. D. N. Logsdon'i I The Loxatutchee River was tested
OPEN WON. THRU SAT. 70 talk before the Jupiter-Ttquesta I last! May, and, he said that he The District! 9 officers who instructed
A.M. TIL 9 ML : Post officers: from all Postsin
Chamber of Commerce Morning liked the interest the people of the ,
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M.1 Coffee( the district! were: Commander
P. M. Saturday at the TequcMa area ire showing regarding water '
Club. 'I I pollution. He of the Drury N. Dixon executive committeemen 4 k' P' tn
Country spoke rerun lO ? 6 ,
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.BOtlNE The meeting via! opened by jof I I birds that apparently had died i iI Harry A. Watt, Thomas Jr.. J. Croft Irene and '
President James D. Payne and the insecticides through eating fish i Adjutant vs 11 ai'N
invocation' given by Dr. Maynard I I When looki-j into it was fount Sutler, Chaplain Paul G. LeFevre.
Finance Officer(( Niles G. Jf
A Mills, of the People '
t pastor they had! in wed themselves beating a '
ry
fiEG. 4S1 STUDENT Congregational Church. Dn A I spoiled berries with high Hughes, Service Officer George E. a ,"
Moineau, historian Mabel. F. McVean .
Harden M. C.? presented guest alcoholic content, causing the budsto P .
NO. 16 W INDEX and Chamber Manager L. B. Clark I become intoxicated. Scrgcat-ut-Arms Ray V. ("//*
Mahoney, Assistant
I announced that there is a need for I Scrgcants-at- I .
Arms Bud Barker Sam Malonl,
.sIv. '
Coffee 1 ) \
CRAYOLASMORGAN1ZER3RING a He sponsor also of stated the September that the $3,000 ReddingGladwinWedding ; Robert F. RhatlCIlU.I .., i;. t"::
I needed to get the American Mu I Following the instruction periods
scum of Marine Archaeology 'of a panel of department. officers led I M r ''"''

OUR 4 the ground', had been collected.Mrs. RitesIn a discussion and answered ques- I ".1'1,1, \ : .' .;\v'\' ')
9 RE. 1 8r Margaret BiggerMaff, Manager lions from the fUxir. Guests and ...'... t: ; t
PRICE { .
: ygJ of the Riviera Beach Chamber. in evening ceremony. Tuesday Post members were served a chicken "' .y
who said the committee for the at the First. Methodist! Church dinner at one o'clock.: I

museum would meet that morning in West Palm Beach, Rosalyn' Nic:
also said the response! for the Redding became the bride of Ransom LOCAL DIVrR.SM.ACEIN
sOUR museum had been fantastic Paul F. CilaJwin, III with Kcv, MASSAUItSKirs: : MELT: I .r

2" RIILE I Hjmm of the William P. Hamnt I Robert Bogus officiating. The Jupiter Diving' Dolphin, representing -r
Funeral Home of North Palm Baskets ot while gladioli and the Honda Skin Divert I
Beach, sponsors! of the Coffee saida chrysanthemums adorned the altar. Association, placed KHh In the
few words and distributed! helpful The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Under Water Society National, 4

pamphlets C. M. Redding, West Palm Beach Championships Plymouth, Mass.! ,
Dr. Logsdon, assistant director the bride chose: a floor length gownof recently, ""
Palm Beach County Health Department -
silk organza styles! with a scoop Paul Banes, Craig Swarerly and
a native of Stuart, now
neckline and! sleeves.
wrist-point Job (Cheller members of the Jupi-
of W. P. B. stressed three genera
.o Alencon lace and seed pearls out. total. of
her team, speared a thirty-
aspects of his subject, namely; the
lined the fitted bodice. The sum NM
five pounds in 5K-degree tempera-
300-COUNT hygenic: or health hazard; the
lace was carried out in the full
hue water. Visibility was ten feet
aesthetic sense and thirdly, the
skirt which ended in chapel train.
a maximum, and they worked no
CANVAS FILLER economic: aspect regarding water
She also carried a lace trimmedhandkerchief deeper than twenty-five feet
plants affecting the surroundings: tho
belonging to
Dr. Logsdon took his listener The defending champions, The
mother of the He is the
BINDER PAPER groom. son Miami Glug j Cilugt j finished i third
back into history and mentionedthe of Mr and Mrs. Ransom F Glad. ;
and the Palm Beach Fin Divers,
study of water pollution starting -
win Pr., Penn ck Point.
in England when cholera later Mrs. Orlando, representing' the Southeastern
Wayne Sigmon
98G. REG.r developed. He said there I is some was the matron of honor Her Florida Council placed 25th.
79 self-purification of water and asked street length SO"nI, white First and second place In the5tcam
if anyone had any problems to organza over foam green talfeta. meet were taken by California -
please contact the health dcpart- Bridesmaids' were Mist Joan' teams, 11IK: ONLY SI'U.\Rf bout. of twenty Windmill entered In District 36 regatta held Aug. 9 at the Port

ATHLETE'S FOOT Zipperer of Pinetta and Mine Kitherine St. Lucie Country Club on the North Fork of the St. Lucie River, managed to take third place.
BOOKS HOW TO 1REAT IT Clark of Miami. Gail Glud-! Yank R. F Kickers Gladwin have.. returned John Lleb from and Skippered, by Clyde! (,oulant and Hill Drowning, also of Stuart as crewman Coutant won first heat,

COMPOSITIOH Apply, ._, T-4-L liquid.. FM| 'It take win lister of the groom was the a recent tour of the out-itduods. of was third In second and seventh In third. Photo shows hoist crossing. finish line in light breeze. Second
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9 told t..h..k In tym lte'''w.ttk" kurnliiff lnlMl.In.4 mtn Iklnl flower girl.Daniel Cladwin his brother'shest Ahaco In the "Glad! Winds". Their and! third heal! were sailed in gusty weather with a firtucn-knot bre'l'
::1:1 l :k .,,. W.i.l kMltkr >lea nrlww was fishing( and skin-divinu jaunt took .._
and the ushers J. ---- -
bM4 IN HOUR r ur man were --- -- -
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r0..DIStOUNtREG. .a. ...t. UM .. I-S MMtklii, TL X-Bay, B. J. Bedford Charles Wit them 347 miles from. Jupiter to
: Tf'POWDER i.. .' IWMHT Walker Cay, to Little Harbor and JktCEEK) RAISE, : north end of the county: without trice: Hill, Legislative Chairman'for
Ire. Mlor. TODAY M STUART lis of Miami, and Ken Roberts of AMIltLAM the
OK
RUG CORP. Lake Worth. lome.ENTIRTAINS. FUNDS charge. group.
Plans. for the meeting were madeat
Mrs. Gladwin I is a graduate of During the past few years hundreds
The Jupiter-Tequesta Jaycees
a recent board meeting at the"
: WOMEN'STUB : of call have been made in
Professional Pains Beach High School, Palm have adopted as a project: the assisting home. of kin L. V. Mmei&? Mrs.
( BOARD ATLUN(1Ito the Jupiter-Trqueslii! area and no
{ leach Junior College and Florida of the Intercity First Aid Hills, has invited member of all the"
25 : baa been Ikef'lf! the
REG. 69t State University.. She is teachingat money :
Hearing Aid ServiceJAY I Squad in collecting donations fora work women' organizations In town to
IAUBEARIHGMETAL 200-COUMT Allamanda Elementary School. Mrs. Alvin Butlerfield entertained new ambulance.The hear Mr. Moudry speak Anyone
for donation be
i ('hl" may
A. BYRNE Mr, Gladwin attended Palm "
,
board members of the Jupiter squad!, which recently: purchased made li> Intercity first Aid Squad Interested In the amendment kawduomc
Certified AUAndlologbt Reach High School: Palm Beach Women's Club luncheon Thur- said.
TYPEWRITER Hearing at the ambulunce: and owe a and turned in lo the Jaycees.rHOIIVMONU she
Junior College and received hisM.E day l before their planning meeting I balance of J9.IHXJ on it, can savea 1 Further plan for the Di .'M /.
degree at University of Fifteen board members attended. conxidcrabla sum by gulling It WOMEN of Florida I Business and Protslon. COMPASS PAPER I Specialists in Quality Hearioi florida this month He is employedat I The programs for the year present paid for by Oct. I I. |9h4.Organled 'K) HEAR: I.ICiMAIOR Women's Clubs, meeting to "be,
Aids, Batteries, Ear Molds and Pratt U honey Aircraft.: a varied and exciting: arrayof : In I'M) the Intercity held here on August 2J were also!
Repair of All Make Following! a wedding trip to speakers and events. Politics, First Aid Squad is the only one of Raymond l J. Mitudry, Palm completed! by the board.
13 49 506 N. 7th Street, Fort Pierre he Bahamas, the young couple will new books with Mrs. John .Mar- II. "In.lln Florida. It ,is contused| Reach County Stale Representative: ,
; ((1 Block: N. of lire. Station) be at homo at 403 Silver Beach hall giving a hook review, gems, of thirty trained men who give will be the speaker' al the August. Judson 1.a1R;:;: :e Valley, Pa
i Road Lake Park. I ills, lours and parties are listed. heir i time to man two ambulance, ;27% meeting of the Jupiter Business l loa the guest of his sister, Mrs.L. .
HOward 1-3035 IIIRK: AND lHERt: among the years plans. Mental They service the north end of the and Professional/ Warren V. Mmear Palm Point Drive.
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1- health and conservation art more county from West Paint llciuh Club al the Town Hall. ----
PEDIGREE i Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Bclning serious topics. to the Martin County line. He ",1I1''Irl.in the connlilulkmal I Odd of getting perfect( : hand
PREMIUM who have been living at Port The annual card I. Trained In the latest first 1 aid amendments lo N voted" on In the it contract bridge (all thirteen card
3 c Salon Orange for several years have returned for October 5 at the Jupiter* Tit skills, and equipped! with all modern November election, according :to I of one suit) are one in 6.15,01V
pEt1Cll PkCl( to Jupiter and are building questa Junior Citizens Building!! aids. the group services the announcement made by Mrs Bea 13V.MK) deals.
in Jupiter River Estates..! ind a while elephant sale will be
held at the election meeting.A .
OE 10 REG. 49 of TfX Miss Mare! SciTra; |. of Phila. coffee( for the teachers new
PACK clphia. who" is moving to Fort
and <>M. Is on the agenda" and) the
Lauderdale, has been visiting at Thrift Shop will open for the season
the home of her uncle and aunt, on Saturday Aug 29, with a
Mr. and Mrs. John Ueb Pennnck sale of handmade articles.
BELL BBS"REGULAR BeautynOJISSIOHAt. Point Road. Mr. and Mrs. Ueb The club wn also exit-ruled an
3.00 and their son and daughter. Dray Invitation to hear Representative
REGULAR 6.00..PINT BOTTLE ton and Miss Sandi l.ieb leave for Raymond J. Moudry talk on the
a boat trip to the Bahamas Thur. amendments to be voted on November

MISS SPRAY NET y.ADDRKVSU, ) al the Bu,lnet and Professional .
1.09 I BEAUTY CARE RUI'BUCAN Women's Club meeting on
HFLENE CURTIS REGULAR 1.50 August 27 at Town Hall(
WOMEN:

DARK EYES SWIMPROOF .1 y-- Nell Vevad spoke, to the Re- omcndwDauH ]J4

1.39 lublican Women's Club of Jupiter VOLUNTM r HO MEN:
PERMANENT EYELASH DARKENER at a meeting Wednesday' morning RECEIVE ..\n(;.#
VIRGINIA NE Owner held I it the home of Mrs. R. A.
The Jupiter Volunteer Fire Department
GLEEM TOOTHPASTE Optra font Dicdrich on Center Street. Mr. N-"
ssc al its Monday night
sad the of candi-
FAMILY SIZE REGULAR 83<.................. FRANCES NETTLE: CRIMttLL REDDISH dates gave who will background.speak at an October main..presented Ralph Crook badges for to outstanding Mr.-

BOX of 12 KOTEXREGULAR c 2 Democrats) meeting and when anyone Republicans Interested four service in during the past fine

2i Now F Featuring will be invited) to attend. Place ofthe I years dispatching
OR
45< REGULAR SUPER meeting U to be announced. 'equipment and! handling dispatches
during the emergencies which have
HEADACHE POWDER Pedicures Present<< at the meeting presided irinen.Badge.
B.C. over by Mrs. Dicdrich. \vlcepresient -
66 Relaxing Facials'CLOSED for the newly arganlzedInspection
FOUR 2S< PACKS A 1.00 VALUE FOR...... in the absence of the presi group were presented! "
dent. Mrs Fred N. Michaels, wereMrs. ,
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Tom Latour chief liwpec "
Captain
CAROID and BILE SALTS SATURDAY during Edwin Pedcrsca Mrs. A. P. toe, who will cover the Bermuda 1s7t < ,. ';rJ""':""
934 rutack. Mrs. A. J. Green Mn. itt r C1 HH( 'OuiT&iwM/y"Susan i .s
and Terrace-Tequetfa 'area; to Cip-
July A.cu-t September
BOTTLE OF 100 REGULAR 1.23............. Edward: S. Pearson. Mrs. Alfred lair Frank Williamson for the
34 OSCEOLA AT 74536 I ohnsrud, and Mrs.. A. W. Butter-I Jupiter, I Inlet Colony and Waterway
CHARCOAL LIGHTERREGULAR c field. -K*, Village, area to Imroctor I Ben Year'sbestsavingsonabest-sellingwagon !
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49 -QUART CAN.................... Smith for the rural airs north. on
U S. No. I; Lieutenant "Roger
We reserve the right to limit quantities. SALE DAYS THRU Too Much 1 Horne, ImpecWf for the Jupiter'
SUNDAY. Add Fad fol toR where opplicobU. area and Inspector Mike. Conner Rambler's Year-End Selling Spree Is on now. Even during the
Icy for the rural area south and!
STOPPaying for west of the Loiahatcrxe River regular selling season you could save $$240 or moreover *
PRESEN Op I They will set up and carry out
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SONERSET.(' GSIUStEREO Insurance fire prevention program within a top-slte Ford or Chevrolet. Now you may save even more

I. respective on areas.fire If you have because Rambler dealers are really clear the decks for
any questions prevention amore
HI.HDWIY you may contact the impector for the '65s. You get smart sporty looks V-8 power
"' %.00 A YEAH BUYS 11 1 WSJ4M 14M A YEAR BUYS THIS jour area.
I than the standard V-8 in a Ford or Chevrolet wagon. With Rambler,
RECORD i fo.', and Mrs. William; fUkluch
I \ 11.000 Nauss Sie.00 11m1w
Comttm 14.,.. CM..... ; Center Sired announce the birth too, you get Double-Safety Brakes, Deep-Dip Rustproofing, and '':

$IO0 .*.. Esp. 1ItOt Rural. i 101 a daughter, Jeanne Marl*. other advantages you can't get on the other two bestselling wagons. ,. ..
ALBUMS 523.009l.MbRtty S15.... .......11II1ISH "
Medical lsot Medical
125 rYoptftyM DMup SUI Pr.prly o.-ae Swby tr7RnAeCscvvt' Live a !ittle-wth! your savings, choose from sporty options like

EACH ARUM CU.. SMCUw ( sTg reclining bucket seats, console, floor shift (manual or automatic),

m\\ CONTAINS S RECORDS Premiums Are for Concrete BlockHouses g rRit7NTlClgB power steering, power brakes, power windows.and lots more.

Outside City Limits Drive a Classic wagon to see how much car you've been missing.

J sTmi"wr ..votiitcteaEaTfs1 CMiMbana 5,0,4 M _.....'.'..... ...|*...e4 real IKtaMMI .wW
I s'oi W OSjeRra. CiAlStC3p.YY"AMpnot.I.lroco u"e sear .Naha y 0 .ntffl, ..MMr. ami h.nf ...< MM*.

No Charge For Liability On t


t E3 .9 Boats and Motors Iew L Drive a Rambler Classic V-8 WagonCo


; PRK Swimming Pools where the deals ue-Rambler'sYear-End ScIIfaf Spree is now

AMtftlCAN, MOTOM CO, lMr:;>4-W MCATlO TO UCUIINCC
REARDON INS. AGENCY

BROWARD e 287.3262 Krueger Bldg. Stuart CHASON'S GARAGE, 416 S..K0IRAIHWHWAY, STUART

W a/5fse fee osergust late* t* BrMJ.*r Twlglt." itorfcf BaJy Valke.. o/. C1TV Wed: create. e. OHSM 4 1.e pas; h



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thM-sJay. M. RECENT BUILDING PERMITS ''rt" "' J, ..tiiJ! ,.
f Ay mjDwmart 1Iftii < :. ,,1 :r'jlJ. J T- "

Aug. 7 through .14 .. r "
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n Stomp I f VmterR. Location Contractor J< moon t J .t',.,ft, ,"I I ,t JJ' ,.,. '0 t .. ,, :<>:'t
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Record PaS&e6$9OM :,:..' l' ..
V I City of Stuart I't f :..

Mark Itdlata SareMlt. 2J1 West.. O"n.ela, Stwet City SifIM 9S < .

C.AwW. JMne). 34* IIItt Oteeoh Street None ,..:.... .
.2.500 I
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s.J.a of 00c.Nmsm 1. <*ainBs inCounty < A
the office of Mwt Residence"A
loci; Martin County, .
Dorothy .Marc.* .pw*.d the .1 .
.6411fIs
mark ducnu At I%'- .... Bedell Crossroads \' ',, 12.000
Hill lid None
yeas agpoiAf to a totter. froat M.C. ..
'&rry', doctor. of the DtMUmentary David Low. Reck* Point None 4,000
Stamp Tax DmiaHiMBl. BVMI* Crary Sr. South PorkSandsprit None 400

O'Berry suggttir J the office (install Martin County Parks Dept Park None 3,400
... automatic stamp machine i Harold C. Campbell Riverside Heights Nona 10,000(

since the county is one of the few I Marcus M. Gay North River Forest Sudlcr 19.500 fat .
ii> the $90.000 bracket that ,has not I .
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installed an automatic machine. ;
He asked Mrs. Pierce to contact ct'


tho relative Martin to making County a purchaser Commission' An 'I Home Building Section :* I *f r t i i -w v xej*, rtsWr BHri. dfc '" WB KI:
automatic machine costs over $800 THE SECOND HOL'SK ON HIGH POINT, at the extreme south of the Sewall Point peninsula, is

the plus machine a monthly meter.rental of $SO for I being constructed by Frank Forsberg for Lyle and Margaret Wilson.

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O BerTy said installation of a --
machine would greatly reduce the Gladiolus last about" a week Ii
physical stamps" required to he carried Patio Is Key To Self-centered Home Plant Some Glads the home. For this long, lasting
,
and the
at same time give beauty, keep the" vases clean: an better service to the public.!: free of bacterial Mima.. Use one
quarter teaspoon ofCloro* 'or,
IAR veCwF similar bleach in the water to-cons
Building Permits Tho first' group of figuresin ( For Garden Color trol the bacteria '

the house number repre-. Also! change the water in the
lefts the square feet of liva- vase every third day and cm off
Total $51,895 able area in the house. ((The c ; By IIERVEY SlURP a 4-8-8 (NPK) on the sides,of the an inch or more of the base of the
other is office but not directly over the that time.
group an num- Florida Agriculture Extension beds ,stcros-st
'Eight building permits issued ber.) According to Jan Rein- Senl l. corms. For additional information, ask
I irt Martin County last! week totaled ber.) Consult a local con Use about 2Vi pounds of plant your county agent, for, Circular
$51.895. tractor for an estimate of I The gladiolus compares with a food, per 100 feet of row. Water 188A, "Gladiolus For The Horn

Two were Issued by the city building costa Ling beauty-both have eye ap. the area to dissolve the fertilizer. Gardener". o

bfcitding inspector for $2,595 and pealBut By selecting varieties or planting
sifk by the county inspector: for the glad has one advantage in alternate weeks, it is possible to Tops' In, Design
By IAN REINER human it is
$49,300.Scientists. over competition as extend flowering over a considerable
Home No. 1300 129 dressed for every occasion. period.

working in Peru have Like the author who writes a Without changing costume the While awaiting for the flower
developed! a food supplement call play, the architect who designs ahouse e': tall stem beauties, attract attention spikes to show, keep> the glade KINGSIGNS
creates a setting for bit actors I r ldoe.r2 l v ,VCf, t'7 as a poolside planting a bouquetin free of weeds Skimming the soil
.pro- (in this case a small family witha the home or, an arrangement for I with a small hoe is the best way u
the poor Peruvian's diets. It ismade taste for the good things of life-) gravel and its wide eaves protectthe the church. I to defeat the pest plants. Also, :
of cotton seed flour a n 4qyioua. a setting which suits the "plot (a large windows from the rain IEOaooMIsugs Crowing glade is easy. Cor mi shallow cultivation causes less '
flour, search for comfortable living on a. The exterior walls of the slab-on- -commonly called bulbs' -planted damage to the gladiolus roots.
level I lot in Florida). Since the par.ticular : grade house are made of 8" con now will produce a splash of colorin University of Florida Experts
lot in this play has no spectacular crete blocks (properly insulated) eAMIIY 60 to 90 days ment. Station horticulturists say NEON SPECIALISTS
v PLANNING view, this, house plan. is and all interior partitions are framed u( .ROOM, e e e For a blend of colors, plant that glads on medium soil need another
TOREPAIR "self-centered" it look at its of 2" X studding and plasteredon IA710 several varleies,of glade application of fertilizer about Fort Pierce HOward 413991Chason's r
own patio rather than at tho exterior both sides. The ceilings follow /ATN Start 'with June Bells)! or White five weeks titer planting. On very .
surroundings. the line of the roof and contain J Friendship for a. snow-white dis sandy soils the glade will grow better "'" =V
I Therefore, the "feature" of electric heating cable embeddedIn. play. Mingle ina few corms of if offered at least three appli- .
OR .the: plaster = Hopman's Glory cations of plant food at two-week
Home No. 1300129 lilts 18' ]x IATNGARAGg or Spotlight CofrpletyAatomoelte,
IS' screened and landscaped patio Home No. 1300-129 was designed gyp. c variety for a splash I of yellow. Add I intervals'after planting.
BUILD which is a U-shaped; paved sidewalk by architect Jan Reiner of s Valeria or San' Soucl for red hues : Spread the fertilizer on both .
CALLR. (6" below the floor level and New Port Richey. who is the author and plant Elizabeth the Queen for sides/" of the row about six inches
-- I of FLORIDA HOMES magazine, dash from the and work into
6" above the grass level), steppingstones DINING. IPVINO I IOROOMlopsbh a of lavender.For plants Repa""
available at Vale Book Shop, or by feminine select few the soil surface without harmingthe
C. LINDSEY and a reflection pool (P). CN.If,5 to 15sss, pink, a
mailing $1 I to 1000 52nd St. Corms of root .
CONTHACTOa The screened roof over the patio Friendship, Spick and system.To
PLUMBING Fr r..ti....... allows ample light for all the rooms North St, Petersburg 10, ,fla. I. raowT Span or Phantom Beauty prevent diseases, purchase "
DIAL 557.4637t facing it \ Gladiolus thrive best in a well- only clean, bright corms. Usually Garage
An average human body is 7IS ACM drained soil in a sunny location. small corms, one inch in diameter,
8'
side the 19'
front On.porch the street acts a. a foyer x and times. ...the length'! _of, the head.: To prepare a ben for planting, are healthier than larger corms. Dial AT 72311
t IleathcoteNurseries cultivate thoroughly and remove Dull, dark, husks indicate old SERVICE! FOB. .APETYele.tl5
screens the living-dining area. all weeds and trash,' Mark off corms which might carry diseases. seta Ffcr.l Hlikvir.
Handy coat closet to the(O)front equipped door with is a 4-foot floor- Two Years Free Air Photo Murals the rows in the planting bed-per- ; If disease' spots !show\ up on ...L.. j
bifold doors of redwoodto haps to form a design that will leaves of the plants spray once a
Architect Designed Landscaping to-ceiling add additional beauty at blossoming week with zineb or maneh. This
match the redwood wall of which From St. LouisEncephalitis
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Oriental Design A Specialty. time. will prevent UM.--healthy plant
Complete Line of Ornamental they are a part (right-hand wall on In well-drained or very sandy I from getting infected.In GEORGENELSON
plan). The will consists of Area
Plant Material. The Indian two 6-foot sing glass doors with Of DisplayedA soil, prepare a two or three inch I warm weather keep an eye
River Area's Oldest Lanclsclp'NutleI'J. : 16 feet of indirect lighting above < trench for planting. On clay ororganic out for thrips and chewing Insects
soils place the corms at And for safety sake apply a weekly
I Our 38th Year.Tura them. The dining area flows Into The State Board of Health\ stat 'bird's eye view of Martin ,feet in size, have,been mounted for ground, .level, and mound up the I dust of chlordane or dieldrin to
Right off U.s. 1 at Llndiley this living room or can be separated ed that neither in 1963 nor so far County is now. available to every display and study. The scale is earth at least four inches over the'bulbs" control the varmints. In making Painting
'Lumber 'In Fort Pierce PboM by a 10-foot folding door (not this has "'
year there been any evidence one at the West Ocean Boulevard the applications follow the manu-
l HOward 15332.METAL. shown here). Incidentally, this is of St. Louis encephalitisvirus offices of the Martin County Com one inch equals'' 400 feet and the Set the corms firmly into the facturer's directions carefully. Interior ExteriorDial
the "formal" dining room; for more infection in man, animals of mittee of 100. area covered is Martin County lying soil four to six inches apart in When blossom begin to show -
-- relaxed moments, there is another mosquitoes in four Tampa Bay Dig photo muralselghl! -hyfour- between the Sunshine State rows that are two to three feet don't be too hasty cutting them AT 7-0949
eating area in the family room on counties which experienced a serious Parkway and the Atlantic Ocean, for home use. Allow at least two Licensed A Insure.
the opposite side of the kitchen. outbreak in 1962. with' an additional area including: apart.When planting finished, rake lower florets to open fully before
1 Wet Are Workers In Metal This 10' x 9' family room is well Dr. John O. Bond, director: of borne\ virus that of Eastern Equine Indiantown and the surroundingbuilt In a. commercial fertilizer such as cutting the spikes.
IF WE DONT HAVE IT daylightcd on two sides and contains the Encephalitis Research Centerin encephalitis, has been found in up area.Because I
WE CAN! MAKE IT a barbecue (B) flanked by of the scale, Individual
Tampa, said two positive blood the state. This Infection makes its large
f two storage closets. tests on wild birds suggested recent appearance virtually every year houses are easily dis-
a The U-shaped work counter hat Infection with this virus but causing encephalitis! in horses, a cernible The Committee of 100
0 'Lt ::T1fI a refrigerator (RF) next to a vertical that apart front this the findingsof disease commonly known as blind bought the aerial photos which e'
lIiR storage cabinet, a range (R) in many examinations indicated staggers, were made in December of 196), 1
6 18a.fMS the center, and a double sink (S) that the four-county: area-Hillv "The seriousness of rare human for the use of prospective investors, ;,t. ,
t facing the informal dining area. A borough, Pinellas Sarasota and I infections I is recognized," Dr. Sow. businessmen, real estate developers "' '
STUART PLUMBING 7vj-fwt-long (and 42 inch high) Manatee-is free of the virus I der said, "All., persons! living in and for general planning and development !A / r Njr
r&! METAL WORKS lunch: counter can be added to the which caused: some 200 ClUeS in I rural areas, particularly near use. Individual property ,, :.... .V .- p
Im; lee ATlutl T-01H Hurt counter with four stools accessible 1962. Dr Eugene O. Peek, president : swampland, should protect them. owners, may be interested in seeing
-- -- from the family room aide. of the board, expressed great selves ,as adequately a. pomihk. how the area surrounding their
Adjacent to the kitchen li the garage satisfaction with the evidence on Avoidance i o t mosquitoinfectedwet homes looks from the air. Several
'It
PAINTS HARDWARE: the utility room and a third the freedom in this area from St. swampy areas and use of mosquito of the big murals will soon be on ''I'I
ATlaatfc 1..0363S bathroom (with fixtures shown Louis virus.However. repellent if working in such display at various banks and other
dotted to Indicate possible future another mosquito. re..ions.ill recommended." buildings I in Martin .CouWORK et' !
C.taaali.d rIM completion). .- :._ highly_ public .. ,

plu."'.. ._".. The 38' x 17' bedroom wing con- '

a P.,. c.. tains a central hall, two hack-to-. ,
hack bathrooms, two sizable bedrooms
l T. SkrtckEUctrlc 20 feet of closet space (C),
a ....11.. plus a 4-foot linen closet: ((1)), and ,Y
M.M- ........ rr Bliek Doc..k.r. a small closet for the second water r N
olds, r.r.r c:...,. ..4 0.....* heater (shown as dotted circle on 1
INDIAN RIVER SALES plan).
O. n. Drive On* Mil N..II.Gt'I.N The gently pitched saddle roof
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Home Wiring & Outlets 41 are. relconM touches r4ltU1\11b to the folk back homo.._, g

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v { e Florida Pavilion at herF: ir Is Success I


NA7
's '.di n > 1 .oi'res E4'r 1, i tlr'i2 ItY* 1'ARRtS BRYAVT (to be At) second most 'popular ex The entire area it authentically fun qualities of Florida hut
Governor of Florida habit in the Federal and! Stales area. landscape! with subtropical plants it exemplifies her culture. her
.p 1 Orsly New York, the hoot t state, live ttIi mfw0c s wade about an artificial charming communities. her wide
w v t a ?fit a'It. t "In tbp1, The Florida Pavilion at the New with .its fourteen million dollar ex swamp variety' of industry
""tit 1i York \Vorld Fair it a big tuccest. Mmt, ranked ahead of Florida estimated' over
; : ... It bM been that The trem KiotM orange' crowned
It ft the finest tool
MI t s. > promotional Others "Mow Florida .() } ) ) people will the P\lon the
vx yy J4'. i Florida has had in a of rating ( lower( [ see at Florida Pavilion
41 t : h making score, and \ an.1 waft, in order, New York (II)'. C'itrus during the more than nerves as a landmark to fairgoer,
It money we are: H.Ml>wood-USA Hawaii, llliiuMt>>, two years the stricture will be Word is traveling fast that this
;; ( i o. sA living no thought end of to closing It.bef'ro New England. United Stales Pavilion 5tandtn,. little bit of Florida is a \tt it:
t the
the
;'rr.rY ', t :11' running time of the entire two-fair)ear I Missouri and Maryland.. The Other contributing factors to the the New York \Vorld Fair
survey was "based on interviews with Pavilions success are the excellent -- -----
"If" The Florida Wc>rld'. Fair Au- I Fair visitors. press coverage It is receiving and
thority did agree to pay off con- Many reasons are given for theTh'ri,11& the friendliness of its attructiveh"t.c. Smoker Says
,1' uruction costs at t too rapid a pace'!, ..
,' I. { ... 1.1<<1 but have been all Of Pavilions leadership in *..OF Tl1E
they meeting PEOPlEs7 hR Poole
., ...... ,,:_.1 '. I the amusement area There is the There I is every reason! to believe ,
'" ,-, .:i .:.:. :.: .'_" their obligations and will continueto fabulous live porpoise show, gin :that even greater crowds will at. IORTE PfOPtt
"' do so or secure through a renegotiation
tend) the Exhibit i since the Fairhas
''" .". ,.. !. ,t: ( an understood deferment :I orally considered to be the hit of .
begun to live ti> its attendance
the Fair It has been up
1't 1. I averaging
(,,: ) \1 of them y
) .
J forecasts For
example on |
v x close to 1.Wo() paid admissions
< '
>
s/ ., 'I.. aloe_ Ii The Pavilion located precisely! daily July 27. alll1llInCeas -14,21'1 I ( tNtatraANERICAI-
.-' -" where fe was in the highly successful and the total for the nll\clY.\I\'n
Revenue that derive from the
1939 \Vorld Fair has been we day of the Fair was 18,197.r>84" FOREST'S'L1
t drawing the largest crowds in the i Porpoise Show more thin meets At this halfway point the attend I
i the It I Is
Ilea Lake Amusement Area of the fair : operating, expenses producing nee is near one half of the total I
about $1,000 ,
and has been axeragmg 30000( to! a day now 40 million expected{ t to visit the
and the box office continues
40.000 people a day, to Fair in IV64 August and Septtm I

The success is all the more start- Improve In addition t to that we' have her are expected' M be the most)
ling since the main gate of the Fair established the Everglades r,. successful months from an attend! I'
Is at the farthest point from the hibit ance standpoint, i illorkliuns
to proihiec some extra revenue!
Pavilion. The main gate draw ) can !be proud' that, I'
the
(W per cent of the total traffic Into free'F"hinrl" : way, Out affecting of these the Pavilion, not only displays the''
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the Fair date Five and Sit. into
'
ti receiveenough
potentials we hope >
--.-- ---- -- -- the lake Amusement Area draw ) money t to mat all obliga, Cm read sip! rton iB others.4 .
DREDGE PIUS SAND to raise levees between chohee hides only IS per cent of Fair vi.ih\n. lions ;
higher Port Ma- City as the Corps gradually the largest lake
I yaca and Canal Point. Soon this operation will be extended! any one stale" to store more water and stop hurricane / -I This small percentage" and the difficult i The new Fverglailes Show, which : ;'

northward from Port Mayoca to the present dike south of Okce- along its shores Fair accent proper to has the contributed area from to the the :, week played of to operation 12.500( () people"lute' list in its month first j

recent trouble of the Ixnifoiana
hns attendance and
a spiraling
Giant Levee Will March Northward Soon Exhibit the closing of the musical this part of the exhibit, looms as s. .IO charts /
;
revue at the lets Pavilion and the 'sleeper" of the Fair, It provides utfta '
me closing of the \VonderworldShow
,
continuous entertainment
r a }Y-,17VM, nMIaQ ilpeJri

theater' which adjacent occupied to the the FloridaPavilion. amjpi- throughout nominal 2c the and day treats Admission the visitorto is
And a
Lake Okeechobee Will Be Shut Off the exciting Ross Allen Reptile)

The woe of other exhibitors In Act from Silver Springs alligators j
I the Lake Amusement area have lefta wrestling, authentic '
View tossed nonchalantly on the Florida like the one in 192S when 2,400 that they can look forward to the greater burden on Florida to draw duns, and an act front Naples I
Enjoy peninsula persons lost their lives. day when some progressive government rairgoer featuring a piano playing eluekf'
The same thing that has happened They recount several other pre- official approves a scenic Then too, the New York World The Fxhibit! (Hull at the Florida j
Now While to Port Mayaca on the ventatives: route along the top of the dike Fair Corporation threw a few tur Pavilion is free One of the chief
south is going to happen on the Preventing damage: to salt water allowing for a view of the water prism our way. They cancelled attractions I Is the cultural art exhibit cAnca
northward stretch-one 0 f these fishing by holding more water But, to be practical (as the plant to construct a moving tide- in the center of the circular: ,
Its ThereBy days The northward march of the In the lake and not having to Corps" always in) the dikes are walk'" to brine visitors from the building
levee has been approved; all thatis dump fresh water to frequently out mostly to raise the lake level and' Fair proper to the Lake Amuse, Paintings include several Internationally wa Ni ci
awaited is appropriations secure of St. Lucie Canal and the Ca- to prevent flooding. I ment area. Originally, a tremendous -: famous old' masters, anda
RAY McCLURESoon ed by the Central and Southern loosahatchee into the Atlantic and Both the Corps and PCD ftould nightly fireworks display had few of the modern variety In
Flood Control District and the Gulf of Mexico! probably tell you should you question been planned from the i lake I eluded are the work of Ruben, v
to be are the days
gone letting of contracts by the Army Preventing citrus groves from I them, that views are nice but Amusement Area This was shifted Paolo Veronese. fins till!", Alctamlro -
when a motorist driving north from Engineers drying up by keeping an abundant I dikes are progress and progress by the World Fair Authority Magnasco' Wln I"wTIet'' .
Port Mayaca could: look with awe I Millions of dollars are being I supply of irrigation water in the comes first, last and always to the center of the Fair Paul Cezanne. Renoir and othert
and wonder at the sunset on vast spent to increase" the height of the lake. "I suppose" said one resident. The Florida Pavilion it situated t The art, owned by private collec
Lake Okeechobee: dikes already there in tome sec Preventing boats from striking "we'II learn to live with our sandbagged on Meadow Lake We had plannedto tort living In Florida and by museums
The levee which extends south- tions, and more will be spent to bottom because of a too low water front lawn. Folks In other ute the lake to stage several in the slate' is valued at over
ward from Port Mayaca is being build new dikes in other sections level on the Okeechobee Waterway areas along the lake have had water-borne exhibits, and the exhibition two million elollurs It was selected:
raised,, and in the continuing program In fact when the engineering featis these" things since President Herbert of Florida water sports for the Florida Pavilion by a committee
of the Army Engineers the complete the whole lake will be And others. Hoover moved t 0 protect' but the lake it not now permitted I headed by Kenneth l FVna-
giant will march to the northward. enclosed That the diking no small engineering them from disaster. I 1Ut'Ue to he used for that purpose. hue, director of the Kmgling Museum %:.
Port Mayaca south of St. Lucie The is a mountainous feat can be attested by can retreat to our half-sheltered. In spite of all this, the ""lurl.Jarxhlbll of Art at Sarisou. 1 1I r
Canal', has been shut off from the one. It is project to mountainous that one one glance at what is !going on front porches and still watch.the has steadily Increased in Tourism the Mates" leading Industry .
giant lake by levees for many resident was led to explain that the.Corps along the lake. The dikes rite traffic go by After all, a lake popularity. A recent survey by the : Ik stressed :In Ilhr.: free :t i-U 1 *
yeah, bjjj thue.J\l5. : ;ifalal\5\ ayjcw has "sucottsfuUy managed high ;from the lake level and ''are view I isnt everything"Who Market Research Corporation. of ash bits in the ib .. ..
to the northwest andtrie motorist to hide the largest lake within one broad on top. Some residents say' said that? All &ica. taken at Ale. lair' Corporation \Wtifs may also tout t model
'
between Chancey Bay and Port state in the United States," and request showed Florida Florida home camsfla arandttisuY
Mayaca: could always-and still the could .-1.
given time comparison: New Yorker had Stolen Tires iY.- .
can for a while-see tl1'ant/ lake be 'like soup in a bowl"The i1 .
shimmering like a huge silver coin resident is not too far k

wrong Eventually. the only time
r .
I a tourist along State Road 441 Youth at Jensen Is
ANNOUNCING i, can see the lake will be to climb r
REOPENINGMTRELAINE to the rim of the "bowl" grantedthe

KENNELSJohn But tourist the view knows for the residents lake is there along Arrested for Theft urn.. p4ac!t i

R. Motley Mgr. the 1 lake will 'be forever gone, hidden .
"BoardingDay Week : behind i the man-made fortrcsiof !

Month progress and prevention. i A suspect' found in possession of I Patrolman McGee spotted Adams, /
For it is that has TIME IS! MONEY
prevention four of five tires stolen in Stuartin who had worked briefly for Chason,
'
Otdl...Bce Training prompted the Corps. and FCD to iwo theft on Tuesday. Aug II'' driving in the city with two new ,1
view. tell v
the residents
Grooming forego They when and Wednesday Au,. 12. was tires on the front of his ear. lie frr
the time will
that come picked up by Patrolman Clarence arrested Adams, and a search of =
8401 8. HighwayFort they will he happy to have the McGee only hours after the theft premises adjoining those hi svtilch
dikes. Some day the Corps
Pierce Phone 464-337 says was reportel the 'in
there could be another hurricane suspect was living Jensen /
-- He was John Lewis Adams, Beach led to the recovery of two 1
twenty, who) came to Jensen Beach more tires all identified; tt the
three weeks ago from New York. ones stolen.

Call Us forEXPERT LMLtccqiLr At 12:05: p.m. Wednesday. Vernon At 8 ant Thursday Floyd Jones Isn 't it time for
Chasten*" of Chason t Garage, reported that a 50x16 Royal four you
416 South Federal Highway reported ply' tire had been stolen from t 1
that four tires hid been United Stales Department of Agriculture "
Specialists in stolen from the garaga storeroom truck while it was parked
some time between 7:U) pm. Tuesday on Seminole Avenue 'In the rear to plan for
DESIGN and S a.m. Wednesday The of the old. Pot Office between 5and your .J

tires were an 670x15 Gate Air. 8pm. Wednesday, '
e CONSTRUCTION float Deluxe low profile nylon tube-

MAINTENANCE lev*. Police Orange Juice consumption 'In <. future. .
Investigation by Chief
the U, S. was ninety-seven ale
S SUPERVISION less J. Taylor a and PatrolmanClarence
ounce servings capita during
per
f.\: i McGee disclosed that twp 1962k ,
2R7-I9IS I
Plume I locks on the storeroom had apparently and that of others?

HARDY PLANTS SOLD RETAIL I: been broken open with a
pry bar or similar tool. Other tires .
LANDSCAPE :1 and tools la the storeroom were
undisturbed ,t.
PELICAN AND NURSERY Early Wednesday. afternoon

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hippy with die claim ......real III ITEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

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dent afn7, .e xrte ettryrfTort '
!. .Mate. tplrt a4 fair ASSN.OFMARTJNCO. .

still being conductedon .......... fsf stWIT has....
research was

many of today's common drugs. ITS r4StitAlvci., efiz h

Your trusted pharmacist must study : sac
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to acquaint himself with VJ5. {-SO TII OP COLORADO AVENUE
constantly, I II
on old methods. 9Mt ttt W Mr >Mtst hftiMM I R.V.JOHNSONAGCY .
recent improvements I ,stay *..s at, .. Often Dally 9 a.m. to J p.m.
tfcctt tn too* Yo CM I

STUART DRUG CORP. hat Mat Mi if paw a swim fcm anMMt M tjaf m k I toDAY' OIl CAUAT Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. .


L 1, ,,R gtrJGlrl+ >JTOIt!< ATMSU :ir/owtltaa,4: I TOUT J"EDDLU.1t.T... gus I Closed Saturday



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-C THE STUART (fla.) NEWS ThuMtbr, AugiMt 20, 1964 I Thought Bar at Golf Club Precinct 'Unusuaf ... -- 114 Dmoat Tbe canvassing

l by 12 I Directory of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

I$ Organizations Directory noon and there were D irregularities. -


CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS C...it Guard Aunlllnry Special Deputy Reported Nothing To. sari briefly, I did not PEOPLES. CONGREGATIONAL-JaaMaTBEV
MAYNARO A.
Atnphallea AnenymouaWed mnndarWaller J. B.u.... controversial ll
fund
.. .... 1'."", J. H. Community" Ckarek MOB. Ipm. I out Guard A... Bld(. nature 0*:0* .... Churek Barly ..
during the course toe 00 a-m BckoaliliO
11 Amateur Radla Emergency Corps Caunty. CommUalaaiOhalrman o today l a.m. Morning Werabra. Karaary
\ :... .7'George Baton* -rrank A. Waoba. in Martin County. during both aervloa*

Tiara. p.-. 2ud-4lh Tua. I 9)It ..m.. Caurthouia Wrong in Check of Martin's Polls I ill ->..m. Tenth. Vaapat Barvla

Animal' Reaeue LengrMPiaiiBuiis M. C. Board af BonIng A"Ju._.. LEGAL ADVERTia.KME'tTI ALL. .AINTI' RPISCOPAL-o..s.

-II... Earl J RlaoaItk e airman-Fr.d ......... nv. NORMAN a.I. TU .

TUB*., Tiia 1'..... ..0.... Slid Thura. 7 10 p.io.. CaurthonaaMartin THR C.R'UT Ot'RT OF THRHUTU 11 AT 7-2512 ..'.,

...111... Prelesslonnl. Women's ClubPtaaldeat County Muaaura Cammnalaa' Mn. Zola BliikeUce Martin was very effective, in that everyone attendance. However, I did not see AND FOR ''It Tit COC.ITV. ,,1.-.. Holy Co.....

,lBd.4CB Tuea.; d.II'-1..nl f't Nafl BankCeaaanut Chairman 4th Tu...-. 7ilO Prank. pm B..Haacy Coartbonaa. County Sur rviK>r of Registration seemed to be on hn (toes, and 1 the serving or consuming of alcoho ITATI(OK. F"R.DA SITS ASSEMBLY OF COD-Pabe City I. a... Ojurat ramlly JJaheei Comussalun .

P..N...... River Share, M. C Planning. and Zoning C_....... hat received a copy of a report suppose that was a possible reason! lie beverages rVJRI WBKJHT REV. I H.$DAIEL PeaterIttOI ...'- Days Commnnlo

Properly Owaera Assoclstlea Chairman' -Jaaapb GraanlaaaIrd made to Secretary of Slate Tom I was unable to note any irregu "At 7 p.m. I returned to the lrr i 111 .-.. Moraine Worship 4.r* Holy Holy .

Pr.r4doot-c. M. RohrabaughKssOngs Th.... Tilo, p.m.. Courthouaa Adams by George; J. Korge. special larities. Registrar's office to await the re JOllIESt W. WIUGnT.It. 1.' p..Thun. .. Bible Study Pray (Flrat T-'d Healing :>
tad Wednaadaya at .bom*. 1.14 8ervie' Friday I ....
Coral: IIch OIl BuardCtralrrnin41.ry deputy, regarding a complete checkof "However, I did notice that in turns and remained there until NOTICB Ptendant I ill :t.r Sorvlo -
Cardana Clvla Axoelatloa O. Krn4ra4 polling here in the who every precinct la TO Joieph W. 'I : Unity Charsk.TM 8. Fart PUra
instances Martin
precincts the :
resid.M-Bdmund: Flail* Iud Moa. tilt ...... Court..... many deputies had County (701 Nebraska ..r'ToTrnli FIRST AkrM A,...* 11.0 a.ab Cbnnb FI. .?
lat San., I pm. County OourthoueePreehelder T.w. af Bawalla Point second primary. were on duty were inside the polling reported. .J EiV. FORREST WATKINS Pastor Till) a-m. Berviaaa e Wedaeeda*

AssecmtloBPresldsnt MnyorInd -J. Mamualln Adams swigned deputies to all places rather than outside. L'm' : .. Wednesday May : NO'FJ uedsy

-Oolansl 0. V. Sottong W.d.. S ,..... Tan Ball 27. 1964. the for I 10 .. LUTHERAN CHRC OF ST. ANDREW
Meete on callCarda counties in the state. The Martin The precinct at the Golf and Country canvassing board met boIls filed agalnat and you arear : .Vtorahlp Bervle ( .. Chisrakl
- - - Club be in rather and opened the abtenteo requeued )0'. a of lilt *.Bundir SchoMUtO W. Prt-s Vista bIcd St. Last
Club .. Stuart County( inspector gave local precincts appeared to a ballots. I copy ... Morning Wor.klp, :
Pre.ld.nl Mrs. John W. IluaseyInd POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS t "clean bill of health." Here unusual surrounding in that it was There were fifteen illegal ballot 1 rour Anawar to auch Complaint other written upon Plain da- 4 JO ,..Training Unto* H a WPE. 'AT&I

110.... lilO. 1'.... W 0...'. Club R.pu..11caIClu'. .1 ........ Cauaty is hit report in full: located in the same room that and 117 legal ballots. Of the 117 tiff. attorney. Harry I Uonley, I ill ,.*. W.d..ad.y Fvenlng. WonklB :,I5 n.m. "
..-....... B. W._. ballots Office Urawer PIT, Flor u-rn. "
.1"'_. Park Clem, Asaealatlaa1st housed a bar with a bartender in three were Republican and Pot atuat fill p. Mid-week Prayer bonitos'
-At 7 26. .. .
May
a m. Tuesday. and fll tb
........--.t lI..ullo R..hll... W_'. Club ., Mar Ha C. I.*
Mon.. TilOpm.. FfrstNatlonul BankIndlsatawa Praalriant...W. Arnold (1..... 1964, I began checking the various LEGAL other wrlttn d.t..n. to aunt PALM CITY BAPTUT-4Mh' .I H.( S. SOUTHERN m Hobo Sound METH.. c,...MISSIONMaatlng Caatar)

Clvls Club 4U 1'...... I p..... ririt NatIonal' Bank polling places in Martin County. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENTIN Sf.I'r\h de.ul: "rOftu' RENBT TATUM. P..L BJCV. CBARUW .DNIT. Paata

Pre.ld.nt-Or.dy Bmltk, M.Co Damacratla EnaauHva Caramlttaa 4 in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF or before bids a..Bunday School T)4I Bong
Beginning with Precinct No. NO1H H! tALIIVfl FOR HIIXN01ICM THE 8ptomb. P.m.
r/i/ {W ..
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Ill. 110.. I ,.... Chairman-fcdw.rd. T. Murray .n.ou>> I I. .hereby. //tlvon that NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN II i04 Morning Worablp .,.. p. .. .
taasea Beack. Caraa Club -.. _..-Mardaa ... Clot.RBLICJOUS I Stuart, and continuing on to Precinct reled HId. will bo rxinlv..d by tIll AU.R..r* MARTIN COUNTY :yw TAIL ltT. TX HO Judg I ilO ,.. T.I.. .. UnionIril .1. .

pld..t-Mr.. Calvin WitherIrd "laatlnn on - - - Martin County' r"lorlil, In lha office N. 1710 a amok: YOU for bbs relief demand- PJB. WD..d. lI..w Prayer It KAVIII UNKH
Wit S pa. J. B Woman's Club detected at either one of these of tlm Clerk nf Circuit ('olin at tilt BOSTON TODER-M SAVINGS .1 In tha Complaint ..

lenaen Bear. Woman's Assselatlea ORGANIZATIONS I precincts. raurtriaune In rUunrt. Klorl.ln up until AND LOAN ASSOCIATION nONi AND OUDKRED at ftuart FIRST BAPTIST-Part SalaraaO. Mooonen-Sasdaye. 1,15 n.a.I PWot
Pre.Hent-Mra. Marie Miller Girl. F......., Baalatr 0Iii; 4 AM. Bfplonibvr( :ii::, 104, and a United. -.... of America County Florid 1kb TAYLOR Pastoi .1.C. I p.m. Cef.otlo.s tours =
L.oad.-M,.. Jack 9 a m. I contac ,, Corporation, of Ainruetl loll. 0
Ist-lrd 110.. SB 107 Clubbeua Wbltlaar "Approximately 'I nnoil an avon tlinrvaftar an po day : .... Sunday School ST MART
PrL, S ,..... Bt II... '. tbnrakt. JKJKimir PIKRCW EplSCOI'A
Plaintiff
Junior' Woman's Club ted Zola Blakeslee, Supervisor! of albl*. for lh* followingIv : .. ('. Off CIRCUIT I'* a..Morning Warship. II, Ouan ,

President' -Mrs. Gun CromwellInd Jaaana Guild Registration; County Judge Evans <-llnir loura* only 0.) ...... Vlnvy WIIoLIAM' 8. WEAD JR. By Juanlta. Caulfleld CRT ...DTU: IRK RrV ARTHUR A. sHIrt Rector
raal.lant. : C'lie lit g.4( ml 20 ft wide till .. Evening' bunday ill am., .
MOB. I p.... Woman Club Mra.' KJwwd Klnaalla and RITA A. Court Wanblp Holy
Ink Mun. lam. aabuolt. Crary Jr. and Roy C. Baker, Mpm'iritatluna mnv b. olilnlnrd at hi* wife at .WtAD... ,Anal 0' caW CIrcuit Court I ill ,... Wednesday Prayer meet PAl am., Mowing, Pray' : ..
Mania Csunty Aadubaa Satiety, Board Sheriff of Martin County. Full office of bbs Martin Hoard of I 27. .pt. .. 3104 Choir follow Irdl Holy Eu.b....' (lot.r:1.
Itafamlnnt ..
Ird Moa, Ipm. Judge Clonts' offta* Joaaph Holy N... Saalaty County <*ommUnloiiora.Th NOTICR TO (.5) Pub Aul. ao > ,.a 6lh): I....... Sunday )
Pr.nldot-M. assured and APPIAR i RIO BAPTIST
Roamnrla cooperation was received ..
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110 Holy Furharlat: (lot ...4'rd.
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M C Aiseslatleii far Mental Health Hoard of Coilnlv rommlaloti.ra (IBY OK .
I'UBLlI"ATIONI
kura.. bafara tnd $ Bikini ( NO'MCI 1."l.Tro. BJCV. JACK FERNANDEZ
,
President-Jlev. Doneld hreader un. .! nm. from thew" people. roncrven the right' to reject TOlWULIAM ft. WFAD: JR. (REgf.DlfNCK B. tha ADAII .oUi) Morning Prayer Und aad
.
lob Tours. Boon. Tn Reef "After a short visit with the any' and all: bid' ;*' UNKNOWN) and RITA A. Hecratary of of the It.t. It4l .B.BU. a..d. .0. .Ibl.Tbdil
BOYS SCOUTS or AMERICA 11:09 and Holr Dayn 1,55
Haiod thla 18th day of Auicuat IbticAf) bit Flurltln, do hereby give that n.m.
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B.. C. C......., Amarlcaa Caaaar ....17 .TUART aforementioned I thcn checked 114.. UNIUI6WN) w. (aIDECE a OBNEKAt. ELECTION: will behold lilt ,..Training Union : 00 am., Holy Euebarlat.

Chairman---Mallory Johnson T..... 40O-Aaoutntutar. Robust Snob. Precincts Nov. I I. 2 5 6. 7 8.9. BOVRt OK CX INTY! OlM- ..nel I III Martin County. Florida on t... ,." Evening Worship Bummar Bthvdulal Ill: .... aad lllOt
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Martla Memorial Hospital AualllaryPraslrient Wad. ? to p.m., Amarlcan U>Klt" >a Hall : !HDJIOMjaa' OF &IA1U1NfHirTY ack and all unknown partlra Tuanday next aucceedlna; lbs flrat till p..Wsdnss. Prsyer Meeting ..... Bundaya.EPISCOPAL .
Ship 40B-..Advlaor. Earl lImp 10, 12. 14 and 15."During and defendanta wk* Monday In November. A.D, 1044 TROPICAL .

1st Men. .-1'1.Mrs.... Curt National Otto BankMen's Thura.. 1 p.m.. M.th. Church Albany. ... the course of the day it lIp FMANK A. WACHACha.rmnn undo or aiialn.t tha .rt... tn, said Tuaaday b lna- the thirddo I PUN.."TIT-w.1 SACRAMENT CHURCH Cblcb OF ThE.'.. laetaatava BLESSED
.... fill lbs tollowmn IWI l'rANCIL
Squadran 444-Advlaor. Ed lUrk. : W1LUAM I. .f Novnub.r. to School
Cardan Club f P'm., M.th Churfh. Alhnny' gt appeared to me that having a deputy ( and RITA WJAD.. >sa otfleu: hal *.... Morning Worship REV. W. THOIA LOUCES
I'ro.ld..t-lta N. Frlel lr.L::: ; 410.-.Cubmaatar.: P.: D. Htaaiala4th checking the polling places Hub,:J1u..u.t 28 and 17 I I4Konrn wb.th ornanpeun. rn, belra. derbeaa, & .. p.m. Training tub,. I ill .-.. Cb.. BabaalT

lit Tiles, tilt, p..., II. C. Age Bldg. Mon, tiHO p.m.. Cntholla School gianlae.' ".'._. U.... arediUira United Btatea' (tenatorIlepreaentatlr1 ...,... Evening WorshIp. .id* p.Uol aekarlat
Retarded Children's Aaaa.President Cub Pack 4JO-. Cubmaatar P &0.... OK nirrnirK'N. .* IK" 11MAHTIV or otherwUe. a. t* eaah ali In Convruii for th. 1104pm. Midweek. Prayar
County
Martla Loa it Man., lilt p.m.. Youlb Cantar LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT r -Ira BwlgertIrd ,, : Juatlaea of th* Huprain' DUNKLIN MEM'L season salt. ..
r. II-
""".1. C'I. IVI" IfllHr Tb"X 8AST-.. .
Thure. 1 tit .... Com Rm, lot Mat. JENSEN BEACH TRW .
p '.Of 11117 IR-'I'? CUtleT 0' UF HOBOKtKRAl all nnkaowi Iroupa 1, I and I REV TED LIlT
trllllOl-\cTI'. BTAIU ,
Traaa 4OI-..... .....tOP. I. O. toofcadoaWail. .I tIIIl. Xh difandanta ..on. P..I. '))Judn-faof the Dintrlct' Court 1950> .. Bunday BrtoollltOI CHURCH OF
Natlanal .......1.. ADIeU Inl' Rlt TI II) I. aa t* and CODut.
.. 7tlO ...... Hall
PId..I-If. Hnrhara Ana Lindsay Community A NODE MIRTh FINANCE! whom raald.naa la having orclaiming Appeal Hecond Appellate. .. MOII... Worship KkV. ; IIOIS
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Cub Pack 4O1-Cubtna.tar H. loIns rLOUIUA. 1% HIOtk.HVNO ; ;: .ko..n. -I. reb'r A C till ,. training, Union1i .
Ilk ........ Comm of IOU office 4th Wad UUNOa: i iva to hare any title ar In. bIle Sunday Schoes
Hall
Community
.pm. a rt Plaintiff tereat la or to the following de.erlbedpniiwny and ES l. p.... Worship Bunion 11100 Morning Worantp
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Palm City Csrdea ClubPraildent Cub Pink 40. -Cubmaatar. O Phi_.Jr. IV: TlBl ) Uric' .la the eubjee matter Dovernor8eirtary fill ,.. Wed, Midweek 8rvlo. 1 :IO p. Evsnlr
Latloa
-..I.. Msbal. PlnnsyInd \Wad,,..lull. pn:. : Hall_ Adopt lor) : MA I.PH O. WARD 4 MARY > the .bD....',J as,,.., via.l o of Stats ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-.East St. Till -:Wsd. ';:
J'IUNIOItA Esnowv
w < Comptroller .
Ikurs.. 141 ...... Club* Ceetaeaim SERVICE CLUBS J\MKH: CHBH.ROWN EVELYN: : VVAItn Defendant )5 TO IA' INDIANTOWN I. ) 1. FIRST ADDITION. ('onsmiaaiooor of Agriculture REV. JAN JANU8ZkWBKI lO 1..

CM 0..1...... ..n.l CtNTHtA ANN PARK olrd Treaaurer Weak dayal MOB thru Fri. I ill! I
City CIYt... Cljb. ., Stuart Dy virtue of a Writ nf Bxeru.ttun leg &tha Plat ) CHURCH OF THE GOOD
Mturdny I .HUJ
Pre.ldan.-Andy Exllnlakl. '... _Aaroa Hu.toa rilEtfUOW.V, Minor. 1 : hand laaund' out of III* In. Plat Book I. at Pate II. of Attorney Oenaral Confssslonsi" -(7.a..,. sad Thursdays Jupiter "

lad Tuea.' Clvla Cent** W..... II .noon Towahoua ...tau.... Cr"'IIITlCft" : ftTIfUR 1AW.KIL'4C11 I'br.n;:: ourt, tit tonI I Coun the Publla fd. of Mania Cun..,. BuperlnUndent. of fubllo Inatrue before flnt Friday of month. Sill to REV. .ELMER. L. ALIEN
I Till
ault of lenprnl I Loan Florida.Including
1'.1..1... Cardans Clvl Mona AssaaUtiaarresldaae I.d........ kl....... Club / ;, Their tlt.pC..tb.r. gin"' Ralph Flnnnoa the building. and appur.teneaa Florida Publla Utllltleg Commlaatonor ..1 old Till t* till ... 11101. ..... lob. o.u.1, Barmaa

-Hev. J. W. Praaidant--Jam.. IU.... Mary Kvelyn.' l l'dU'.artt.rJton .; : ;. located thereon. and together IT. CATHOLICRobs and Sunday School..
tat Mon. .. I ... tao_ W...., hill ,.... Bamlnala. 5.. iviicNnruOTI' <'MHV Month I. 1DAI the Juilfftnnnt on with the furniture, rurnl.klnm, Btat Attorney of th. Ninth Judicial' CHIITPHE' I '

Perl ...... CI... Assaclatloa inn... Baaah PLIlI.14ATIIoTI' which nald rxm-utlnn w.. laaiiedbnlna and fluturea eltnatad therein\ and (ltrt'uit 11.00 .ill ...d.U JENSN' BEACH CMMUNI
..._Wnltar Benson .. Llaat Club Oil' PI'JTI'rlU'V rots ADOPTION.TO rtrardnd 'In th. Hmall rialnm Incited thereon public leCendel Ninth Judicial Clr 11,11. ..J..
ra.lrtant- fc.l: "8 hmldtitlrd FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST .
1st Thu.... Ipm. C4vla Center < Court Men Hook 1 hav levied on you AND BACH OF TOI7. are hereby IE. M TUD'
... ,.. Saelala Go O. W.d.. till p.... i.yanVniupIt.r.Hok. JAMKtJ WBSU5Y CHKHROWN: the oetirioll State Kanator Senatorial East On... ., .. Bunday
Ird n. S D Supper Addreaai. e/o LH>nnl Wlllouvhby all\ rliht till and 'Inter" of that a Complaint baa baea filed Thlrt.thlr Tr-71 I .
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Sound Klwanla Club: auld ) Wnrd and Mary Evelyn by the above-named .Bunday SchoolUiOO aad 11 a.m. Morning Worship
...... 111! Musmnan, IMvaIndlanipolla hlf PlonUr agalnatyen .. '
fort Civil Defense Praalilant llobart Harp Hard and for th* folWlnicdfaacrlhed and auk of you ta a mort. On. (I) Member of the Hotw of Morning Worship .0l p m. Youth r-.llow.hln
rirebouae! Pub Tuesday, till ... Llta Indiana RepraaanUtlvta ItOIrm. Wad l Testimonial Meeting saG, p. Wsdnssdsy. Youth Chen
Mon, f pm. Jupltar, II. .. prnfiertv: located 'In Martin ahewdo.onlbol property hi .
County irlorlda' to wit and County Judva Beading Boom III Plagler A... HoursMon. ,.1...Wsdnesdsy. ,, Senior Choir
CI. Clubn.uidoobJuok : .a and
PIP YOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIKD you
e Shames.It in.: .., Club' .1 Ituon that a ivlitluu BUM been fll.d. In .b.: .h..h'required t* fll* Clarlt 0' the CIrcuit Court through 1'. call .....n"' p.m. Tkursday. Midweek ServiM

"Ihura.! Clubhoua. Prnuki.t-Dr.W.d. Hill Ronald Trada B. Wind.Aillnou bios B.DOVO atyiejdj I court oy t MEM* Ioa I ndo\TJInrk 6 Kl DoradoHelglita an r 0.. Plal... reipenalvetb.i.to HherlffTax .. p.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Brttt .
pm. 'lilt 4ltTllCh LAWIONLiI br 15. I Knnlt 114 lag with the abevaen.titled .0. OF CHRIST_as P. Bh.M Sundayp.m. Wstchtower Study .
Stuart Woman's Club Stuart Klwaala Club. adoption of stAnUKA Lkt CHhBIIUVVN ; 6a1 filed t/lT/61 Circuit Court and t* aerv. a eopyof TK CollectorCounty tRCH GORIllA, Minuter. Noda-7ll. p.... Bible Study
.'....-Mrs. Cornelius R. VaBdervasrd Praaidant......Kr. H. Haaallala. Hlptoa JAMbJt. UKk-OOK CM.*. *. ....k A._rorstli.r reapanalvaPleading Instruction nt.Dd.lt of Pbloltp.rvl Sunday Tkuraiay_TilO. Ministry 8cheoi. | .
Wad. I,ill p .. Club Building Ihura., lull, ,.ID.. Town MO... "OWN. anil CUWlrUA A-NN CR5.0.hiuWid Noun' la hereby R-lven that on upon Ins Plaintiff' I 'a IDtOI a-m. Bible Study Service Meeting .
: of
tabebule. Cardaa Crouppkalnnau minors fetltioner, rm.t"II,28: th day of Auwnat, rOUHUHON AND c N'nr ft..I.trton Ili04 ..., .. and CommBBleaTMII
Mra. Robert J. Easts Stuart Hl-SUpaara Squ.ra Daaaa ClubPrnold.utGilb.rt : Clld-SllCU: rJ'tllf.A :" !., tli* hour of 11 :no 11, Miami Beach, Florida : : Hoard Evening Worship IDUMI LUHUA"0 BU
Bouaa A.M and loll !'.M. at 11:80 AM 111 day .f ltpt..uhnt11111 of tJuJm&SIO' Via. P'Wod..uday

lot Wad, ,Pill. ,...... koma- - 7k..... I p.... Youth O..... COPY and you of 5OUP ore An..r r.qulrod 0'I oanrv.hjuelionu a on IV:: anld day" at Ih\0\ front door .th.rl. the. allegatlona of aald' Com- I.<. of Till ,." Midweek Blbl. 't. Ill, ... Sunday School DIMS Stadp
Two l
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lull
p.Id Stiltionibouid if Martin ( Houne, b* takan aa .Ollt. by th Bud WorshIp PoeMs
.how colas why
to .1 Publla Instruction I THE CHURCH .
OF COD
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE I will HI all rlwhl" title and Inter. you -Flagley
....... not b. rautod on (5. a' CHRIST
Uoaa Clubfraaldanl THE LIMO LUTHERAN
Itoh." Bou.d yet of tlic auld Rum di O. Wind and CONE AND ORDERED at Ike Martin and 4 RfcV. BILLIE MoALPIN
-bllawortb Behnurbuaoklnd4th turney, fur PallUonvr, L-KAN IWh.- Mary kveHn I W.rl In and to the Two (2) Juatlre of the reace. Dig. 19:10 ..... Sunday SchoolUiOO Jupiter
William Mranl : Caunty
Prrnid.ut.-Lio. thisIlk
.. .. ....", V. O. j'raw.t lull rltuarl, Florida Cour.hou. l'u.r Flod. IMITII Putog
Wad I .. Tows Mouaa trlcta I and 4
Oanta above deanrlhnl Morning P.IOHSON.
4 Tu.... I Community' day Augu.t Worship
,
> DDU and tll. till orlbTliial' In t h aoftica ot .r..tatbl- : o I I III .
; Conatablea IMatricta S andProaerutlrie .
( TilD
anaan Booth A... Stuart Soraptbalat' ClubPraid.ntLoul. of the Clerk ot tha Circuit' lid Aurtlon to the DOROTHY PIERCE Two. ;( .:Evening Worship. SitO n.m. Pastor'. Via.".
0 fill Tues
fnr cn..htnsllnfy laid axaoutlon p Meeting
Tlerk of the abevntllldCircuit
I .
Miller 14, Seal ,
bolero Scptuullllor
Court 5.m Mersbug WorshIp
va or |
ronhar .
PraaldiintKrank ... Thu.. HnlatIrd and all cnntiOlven CourtBy ; Attorney T. p.m. Thura. B. lambs
boa ...... dlraitora, I 1/... Thura. nuun.fUmlna-a noon, Anebwaca Yaabt Club 10LIdIkEIN;: ; FoUL NOT or a P"erOi under my hand and gai JUANITA CAULTIELD Moaiher, Board of Commissioner, CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST METHODIST-IMO
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Port VUraaFraaMan Stuart Jayaaaa Pro Clouinsso Mil I. anlaradirNklHtt thJa Und duy. of Julv l* 4HOY 1011" Clerk Florida l"l..ne Navl..loD Di.jn.tr.tim.n nE,UNITE. Palm City RkV. ALH" STUART

*.-E.: 0. BlaiiltmamIna I Pr..ld.nt DUk PrrarTuaa 0llI 1flUIYOU C BAKKR HHKRfFrMARTIN CIRCUIT SEALPubi \tharenf. I have Sill. ..... Bunday. 8.hol > lid0 .. ..I.. Worship.
: :: COUNTY FUlKIUA Ilios .. School
riraboaa Auguit II. and I T."tmonl'
lam and th. seal Sept. .
Tb.r., : : l W "' my band 1 1 II101 Morning Wonhlp .
Slob It
lilt pm. Pony VHibl July to Auir S. M LIII lllCu
said U Mtuart. florldu, 1144. k: \ P+ '! : AUB ?
ar Court
II.... - .... 14)4 : to I pin. Wednesday. Worn- 7,54 B.S. Tooth
Pmldaav ... H. (Bonn) Nal.oa VETERANS ORQANIZATIONB this lath day of August, Xu 1994. NOTICE or INTENT TO AMEND ZONING ORDINANCE 1.1,....., the thin the thlr- eliowsblp "F.-

4 I SitS.. Inur.. I .... A......* Laflaav Jaaaaa Baaak I'OltlilHY: OF emu hlkotCNI.'UdltK :do COUBTN 0' CITY 0.STUART. FLORIDA ly-flrat TOM day Of C.'tl I AU. 114. HOBO SOUND SOU1 HERN METHODISE TRINITY REV. NEIL -aUaoa

Hatall Marabaata DI' UUn : Unlmuilud.4l.b OH MAK11NCOUNTY. CHAPEL iMeete Community
tllmmitd.r-0upuo. :/ AND '
I Ch.io'nn.-lklllP BamainU ....... Ipm. Laaioa BaD SLO NOTICE III rlFREHY liVEN 11' TIlE CITY COMMNBION OP TIlE IIICRJTAlf' 01 BT.\TI E .V. CHARLKS BENNItTT. Pa. Ii4l a.m. Sunday Bcbeot
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tJaDl CITY HI DART. rLORIDA lllOO ..
BnlldlngCONSERVATION Isabella, l. TO AMeND ORDINANCB 4ill .. Hunday Wonhlp ctervle*
-Tnura- Smart Chambar Amarlaaa Laglaa ....... (drools by;Cuurt tI ) NO. AD AMENnlIEINO ITINTIN 'S CONINU ORDINANCE u&.. 1*. 20. 17.; 1KItl Ti ,.... .. 1.1001 a... tie ,... Evening W.nb" aad
.V WHERrlN: .
I Cnimnnd.-Churl. KltaaaInd Pun. 10, ) aniH RRrBED PARCTLS OF LAND Ird lu"d.
and 'tb rrl. lam.. Ladam. laO : u't: ; \ ., I, lint. AtM TO RE KK-70NKD AS NrRFINAFTER BFT FORTH, THE lAME THMTOtlTT JIIM.K'fl ('O1 RT
Alutobaa Baalatr NOW HEINO ZONED AS HKHKINAKTCK 8KT FORTrC AND THE 1 1 AID MAHTI1 CVLNTY, LEUAL AD':R1"NI"I T OOI STREET METHODIST.
ho..w..t--e. M_ Bus III Amartcait Lo..... Iodla.b.wgC.rnm.ndnoJla. PARCFIrl lIE RE-IONKD ARE FLOHIIIA.PHORATH rl .
Ir4 Mon. I .. rirat NaUanal BaaakLaab Hvjby4tb NOTICE OMDINANC&OF lNff.M1TO 01' Guy AMEfilDZO.&NCl or L1'd'c IIHRl. ICR IS NO. 1 M* .i TIll cirMtiT COt RT or TUB al. .... KNIH Ja
Wai. .Pf Vat. I p... STUART. tLOIUDA : OlseN Jimtltl, UK( lT II II lOI ....MornIng. Worskra.
I
Fraalilant-VbafHM KlnilradIlk A_... LoI.. Auxiliary Jaaaaa bunk BY THE ZONING (' : THE PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD A N II r"I 't.TI' ':OI.t, t"0"' eWety .
r"rl. S ,..... lat 1i.tI I Bank Fra.ldantMra.. Bmma HnydarUd.4tb &Wo.fr.rrw.W) CHY 01' AND IUIIITTE TU TIlE CITY COMMisSION FOR AOIION' .itIHILOtORJUA.I PISTIl "', & oh .tAI a....
I" riltXOHt: SMTD
Man.. Ipm. WM :0
Junlar Ca aaratlaa Club sTUART plUlbIllA f.li1hll'4 t.I'4'I'All MINNIE RUSsEll: SIde p." : ,.
Tuaa:., triO am... Btuart YaaU 0.... Amarleu Uflaa Auxiliary I StuartPraaldant '10 AMICIO $ ) Ill, 4sellLO'l K' PINtS ): : : A U* PA. Stawardl (la*
AIlla.NOED.. BK1NH TIll Cilvi&ONtNil ;TO l'lantf.
-.Mn. Thara.a Brown BLOCK OK ltEltTltlENotIce la.It0LY. Tkura. **ak m.ntb
Ituart ...111... Club TO )
Pn.kl.ntB.. Mradlay' Ind..,. M..., I ,.... Laatoa. Mall I ORUINA' >CE wnraciN: THE .UBDIVrOM 101 I I. hereby given I ILI.MAI and I

Rod. S ,. .. canaral Marina: rtl RTr"f"II ) .PARCML \I LoIn W 0 have fllad my final return' as Kxacutrlx ANNA H IIoIMAN. hug SOUTHERN METHODIST
lot Ira Wad... S m m, alraotora. lat Mail. Bk. Martin C"." Barraaba, W.W J Vataraaa Ott :' and W : J. P .1..ld. Park. .. of th. *stat of L..d.. IINorrln band and el.. RBV B. H. ENICHr JR.-.
Cuoui.nds.-Phtlip A. Klnal.tlrd THE SAME iI .
o': R\w.ufiSMDsvDH,55? deceased: that I filed P.f."d.n' 5 I* WorshIp
'
PrL, i. B. Community; Oaatat AND 'un, \ AU Fn...... CSI my, Petition for niatrlbutlon and ORDER FOR 14141: ::Sunday ."

rlRlMu' OROANUATIONS Martin County ......... Auxiliary W TO UH BE-EUhBD: \ IB5C114511)- lit" Adlnclu.iu. o I. for Final 1 : \' that onHeptamber IRIU'1 n"'fRlTII I'. Epwortk .

J... Baaa 1'1n_..'. AunUlarr I'raalricnt. ....: Math N. Hall lAKl'tCUlAltL.Y, 5 Kilelilog's C.. T, apply to THB'VrATb .,) 'a' p.m.151p.m.. '

....... ..._Urn. atarla rruflltIrd l.t-lrd rrl. S a.... Old C... a..... t'U1.101.>W. blurb I. Lot.In .1. 5 4 S KItebinge.. a. 01 the Honorable: t.\\11/ .r Trowbridge. FHOM FLORI .
the Ninth IA Mitsatboet.an
: Clriult
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Mandw, S 0. LI.
V..r..'. Caunoll ., Martin. Cauaty Inniu.Ius. Stork U. Lot. 15.11Itolo.Iv. 5 5 .It.ll.. a. Cl Judklal anting Hody.1'lm.n and Aun.Hlllman, Sud
lanaaa Baaab Valuntar Flra Daaarkmaal <'h.lrm.n-John W. k.I..... I ., I'I'I\: 10, Let ll-l In. .. 7. '. .. 10 B eI KI"hl... because l'lreul ." of whose .11.0., a ..... Till PJB. Prayer looSing
Pru.id.nl-.luok. Add, ltd 110'. I ,-... atuart ....loa UomaV elusive, $ Inrlu.lve.Lola I "and I. limb. I. .. 1 a l I I Elmghing. a.c.. CIa the County and for ) M irs )
it. Lots 1-1 "Wlark 14, Me. FIRST
ru., p pm.. rirakaua tin Cutinly for approval and to METHODIST .
.r.W. Blunts IIUNAU BUMUIVlblON as vsr plat. I. I a t I KIrbiegu c.. 0.1I. saId final rT." for an : unknownparties In. BkV. CkUHOK a. -

V f.H Balaraa rbvawa1 AaaUlarfpr.ild.nl Hurray' recorded I la Plat Hook. 1. page III, Palm .. .. '. U S I ,, 4 kl.hl..... C-I C.1 of YMstrlbutlcm$ : for final :- t.Al t bv. through or .1..lmlll&., Ii4| .... beAm School .iOJ
; Mar.*.latanaaIrd rinkanaaPart t'I"dTruta'laoI: ;:: .. Unto HaU4lM. Ii.' rh (' P'ionidn, charge executrix of th* Will ofLinda or either of the said, named, Defendant Il mel ...M.n-alag. Worship
Ibunk. 1 n.m. NUrICEIl 110.11551 alVI'N': ta allpersnu'lntsrested Allot Is.I .. il4 MYFilO
I N'irrle.' deceased. aa helra devlsrss, legatee,
........ Valualaar rira. Paaartmaitrraililant Vr.W 1.41....... tkat the City c..... A IS 101. C-I 0.1 MURIEL. BARVUM ranleea.. .. leital .. Biveamg Worship
-Hofcart John.oa (\.mmaodar4oa' W. Prattoa :'J:2: of the' City i el (rUuart Florida' kaa of the I LRI. .eetatiu'.l. BMlgnaea.r..r.. trunt.ee I,ee Jcrn.r
..-.od Tuaa, r\roh.\ ... I.t.'" "Sat, tile ..., Posh Mom a Rsaolutloa. wklrb la subsiane. lot u I" leo. I I. C.. c-t r.rll Norrla. decaand ors. ersjltura or olherwlss .fr.- fISh p.at ThsradlJ1. bonior Ck.lv.
......... that aa amendment t. Onito.nun .
S Ill 'U lee.. ., Pub.- SO 3?, lIed until
RI C.I
In.
FRATERNAL OWOANIZATIONfAaMla V".W. AunUlarr. Stuart Ho. Ill, aa amended bslng. the I J' I. and to'! FIRST
I'UYt-
Cha' ar. Otaar al D.M.lafM..ur Commnndor-..... Jaunla BmltbUtlrd Sonlng Oodl....... .. the City .. Stuart 141 Itt In.. CIIll IN TRIO COI1TY fa'e coil All unknown parties orclalmlnic REV. YAloi'"iI'Al.
(,..: ...-JMvtd Uuneanlnd Wa4 .. buUdt.sMISCELLANIOUS l Florida, will ... ....... a* that the. b.... n. I I. UKUW.W (,kl.mc'ttw. B*|. >BIUAttBiTMUC'it have any ha.I..I till UIV A.
." re-aened C-l the" ssm' new belnB sonedHl. IU I..... S In Ill In., D....' 1 t.t C.t ID1T.TW or crlbed real property altuale In alar' 10.01 ...W.rlli .*
....Ia Maaaala Lad a and Ike paresl of land wbluk U I* <>ipBi Warahlpful Maatar-Cbrl.tlan E.lb. dun Air P..... be re-aeeed C-l partlaularly" daa.rtlwd I u 1 I... A I' II I.. I .., C.n' .., 01I known" aa JlvflVBYRbY- I I'

|at-lr.. T......, I ,.... maaoala. 'lampla ("m.nd.LIDul.un' I. P. StrongMaata *s .: ,W:1.o'rLois l I I.... B is I I"., 5 C_..' CII lc LH OIDUON and) It.DMYMOQH Comm..e. at th. Southwest tOMMUNITT-.
Anna Millar,. C...... Elba. Tuaadaya IIll p.m. 1.... laslu.lv*. Bluek 1. Lets I .I I. OIIS. cr1:yeomen of Lot SI of the Plubs Sat-

'_1 d.....-..... broth Hardy 1-1 Ifisluslv .Bloek 10. Leia 11.11In.lu.lve. I Inn. I H.I.I.. Pork a.1 1 blat or domes Grant and Juplter bRANdS DICE8ON, Pasta
Cammltua af 100 Block. 1*. Lota ll-l In.elusive I. "rlHUirOHSTO I:II n.m. Snaday Scaeal
UdnBaU JIOTfCK TO ( Inland recorded In Plat
lad Ibura I p.BIbs; I' ..._Laa Cb.It. "..... II' U s I and I. BlnrkIS I I I... : 5 H.... P.rk ..1 .. AM. CHFIMTOKb ANp A Ilk I. PK lit, Public Heoord bloc .-.Worship

Blfma Phi lararfty :....".. Ulraotiir.-Ro.< "hll"".&! Lots' I.I Inclusive. Hlock' Me.DONALDS I. I. 1 I 5 PBHMIVM HAV1MI CLAIM9 kl f'"hl loath County, Florld .,,1,." Youth .
itt w. 0_. III... AT ,...... WUMDlVlKlON i as per PUt. S I Wol.". Park. C.I Cl AGAINST MAlI til- *. Martin Cnunty: Florida ,." Wd.. AdeM.Teath Chub
'_'1.. Zala Cna.lar Nconlail, la Flat. Hook J. r.... 40 Palm I I I Woudlnon Snob. C.I .tL1 thane run Southwesterly
pmldant-..... B. J. Abbott Lady Collara AtaaalallanPraaidant iamb County ".rld.. I I I.. S eI ... Toil, and each ef ar on the Huuthweeterly extensionIK IND. Ply UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPw.Hu.:1yr..r.i
I. B Park you, *
... C.I
.... baaaaaXI C.It
I., T. I ...... Bill Hartwllk Held ordinance amending ... toning notified ailS required to : ..' the untIe lie. 0' .Id

i Gamma Pbl. Cbn.rarPraildant ? ., Sill ,..... M. 0.Mf 0..,.ClubUuoli (0..1.. ... will .be .......<.4 ea the lImb I I.. 5 ItllInnt C.I c-s any rlalrns or demands which I IK. a di.lano of lull feet Lt : '
: :
.-Mra. Ja rlnla, day af Hspterakef. ..*.. .. a regularmeeting I e I. I )II1Ir... or aar, a f ou. mar av* a .r ntha t point where aald line Inter.Kt -
blInd Ibura I ....., .boma Arta Club of tha t"lIp Commlssloa. e< u.. I C.I ciAll balals af KBTMOCR (7ILIdON, tb Westerly rightofway Fauowsklp Bskoel, |l. a.mT. ._,.
Pratldanl-Mra. L. A."'" Artlgaat. Clay .1 bluish Ftorlda ." 5 a-m.. ual.*.aat alan known aa HARVKT finTMurKOIHK4JN ; Una of I'. 8. Highway No
Aanibtara. *t .... A....... *....... I lid bib.' III ,.... ._.. shot tlsjs akJeaUoaa are : good of 4 C.1'.._ C.I C-I and H. OIO.UON. I. for a point of beginningthenra : PENTECOSTAL BIBLE...ladlaatawai *
Ito ...-Mra. "..Jorie Mumlal ... I..I.a. .. IIYMo" CLRTW staiNNER. paatar
p. U abewa aa ta wky Ail .1 W pnrliun a r IVraaaad. 1 Martl- continue Mouthwesterlyon .
and lkar. .bamaa Martin County Fair Aaaaalatlaa) anra abould. not be. _.."- now .. R.I 0 a {'olnIY. 1".rld.. WIth fl.., f.. of to 1..lh..I' eitenalon' 11:00 a.Sunday Bckeal
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MatbaraDaMalay. Club r ..ld.nt-J. W. Hnaaaylat This !j".... Is t* ... published Sos Ol..t 0. $1.50, t lb. Ceunly Court of .u.h said Lot guli_
Praalilank' ... Jaok.on Wright Moa. I isO ,.... Afriaaltnral. BldgMarti ".... I let tk. ...... Nsws.Dated AU 01 0 of Mnrttn ('euntp l It.u1' : Court II a dl.l.n. of Isle feet to hal :: : Bta>

4tb Mon. 1 $1 p.., Maaanla Tampla .* C...., Calf aid Cauatry Club tkla lath ., .f A....'. 1014.a .W Pnrtbn I H a Ie. GI.d..1 0' Moo.. .t 11..r.. ) iorid._ .',hl. a "tJ. thence by mole of "TH OF CHRMT
/ CAILlt MsCRARYAs .0n.eI It-I Olinias C-I aIR ,". front the d.Ieat ninety *** rim Houiheastarls .M.M'I
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........' Aanlllary to Inalaa' B.l, aKacamamaat > '_ "".._Bd: HI..... CIty Clerk-Auditor;" 'lW th. flrat publlintlon *f thin' 'toINn. a dl..... or feet I* T CHCRCH1
11Cblaf Ir4 '1'..... I tie p.m, Ctubhaaa* fllI..1| ., City of ".....1 ,PAID CUMM OR DEMAND a Ilnt: 'h."f. by ..1'of nine.ty ... frr.is. f-lik
Matrlarab: Clod.. a...... Publication I Dateal Augiut. It I*. II... METES AND ", BH ptlT BMTVR.V 7O .NDru' ,.. Northeasterly .. BAKER JR. kilomls*-
Caa lo\1Di
Mania Farm BuranaiFraaldaaWAIbart M'I1 SuBday, litto
.. IOU Hall ty : ickeol
... Tua., I PtPtJtrATr on a Una Prall.1 to the bulbWratnriy Buaday.
Kruacar NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND T P. (oibro .. nf said .. W.hlt
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Ordar L.I
InaWaaJant lid Ikura. .. Mania Gna.td-Loul. CbaaaaSaaratarrrWobn BTUART FLORIDANOTICK I .f ltd... PaeaawradAddraaat .., tb. .
ort Westerly rightofwav
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U. Gray Martin County A..... .. .. Club D. .
M IIIII1EIIY UIVKN. lIT THE: I (stt Ten. load.MTCPAEI1L of ft. lllsrhwmy
lit-lrd Tvaa.. I P m, loor liD rraaldant-Bill .rI.... CITY tOMMMHION 0?' lUtt CITY OF ,,1 l-n.l-a.a 'c. .1 1: thane '1. Northerly alnnsjth H. Trm .v.p out-or-town

Indian aUvar EaaamaaMat II Third. Ihura. I .... AT T-4II1 STUART rU>Hll>." OF INTENTION ro 1 H ..11T..a C.( UTTMtfAtlarnar Westerly to the World's vt

C....., Palrlarab. -Tburmand WII... Martin. Caaatr It..-... Baamtv. TO AMEND ORDINANCR NO |ll. AAMlM'kD K leo. of far K&rmtr1 1 .
l....uo Tu.... S ,.. 1UOP HallJanaaa HKlNtl THS cliYn : .E1nl.a"E ..1 II Etot l>raan Roulavard) of Yok About
Pm.Id.nIr-Rotond Marrall CONIKU, (IkDlNANt1* WHVRtlN' THE 1114 Btuart, Florida of visitor
book. ...... Club ... AaaiUarraor lit Taaa.. hIS ,.., Pint Natlaaal. .... )rimtiNArriR DKHCRIR: PARCB-L All Oat .lo oC H B I > P.o"' Auir. IS. I*. MMAI ..In.ID& 11800 ae npt
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'...Id..u .. Multlpla Uatlag BanfcwSaaralary or ANtI Id TO UK: RE:.SONKD R-4. note D. NW\ ,. -n"-"I 1.1 CIAt Ptibjret t. eos.-mnt. end I
(raa Wbaiadaualat. Tu't.Ie1'0. THE gAME NOW RBINU EUNKD"S II fleW ('olISYT JClHJpl aTT IsIs of American boys of age
mlilanv -Mra.; ....... -Carl H. Tamattad4tb AND THE. PANCSI. UP LAND .. ; U.t p.ptlnn C.t Pt SITU rrn. FLORIDA I fo.
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hel.... m, I -... >. B Com. CbafaaOut Taaa, S ..... In TO BE Rk.-IONRI. B.I III MOREPARTtrl'LARLY : now noneS .; lW" 5-TIll*.-5ItE a-i To* and .. el you ar* ..., today are Inl ul a n
"" Maauna ...... AD C. or tn Anawoa or pounds thats
DaVCElBKD your 31"
Pita City Hama 0.._ ..... ClubProul.I.ntMn. Rlleofls.t "ul. hcni
r.E O. ....... P01.1.0011Lot. IW' uoTsse-.ti *.t 0. t pl..ln. t* a Complaint na to
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Kll.ab.lh: P.".. I oil I. Bleek.. .. RIVHBS1DBPARK : know* as iCAKLOCK. ad and awn of ane- b. I ,
P Chaatar < lit Tuaa. III* aak. U'la CaaaxtPataalaaa ) aa pry plat r. .r4.d in PlotWlavMn.1' 0. )W\ P-TaoS-KIll .t C [ by MinnIe A .. ta* nanvralnalar
Pnnuid.ni-Mrs.. braId BtrauM f. *f which .. i qnlot till
atanaal faM 41. Merita Caunty
I.,.... MOB.. S ,... bamaa Club All tbl pppe5. o D' 0015CM W* CIEDITORI: to lbs a**** .. prvporty.otharwl Stuart Rotary club
Cl CbapbooProoid.ot.Mu. Ird i'f..r.; .. NOTICE' M HEREBY firVKN I. all Oawnosodll.l )W" I-Tall-RIlE a.1 C TO AU. rRKMTOIui ANTI ALL *.. th. .1..10. aa .*>.
Call fat maatmg plans. PEIUFlFW HAV1NU CLAIMS lalnad ,. the asks' .. win Nude W
tk Com.mla.la
Harold ... ., panaaa mtaeaeted. that City NI ( llug .1 Una
.....Uo W.... II a-m.. bamaa- Par ....... Hama Damaaatrattaa CM ef tk* City ef Blaart. FlorMa U.u I Hi DkNANUD) AOAiSaT BAlD i a* taken aa c yau, aadaarh .
., Balaba' lar ClriaWartb ... ...... baa. adopted. a Reuhillaa. wakib. ta ana.et.ae V. 111 o P :: *f you .anSi ea a* D .I. .
Ordar -Mra. EUlak, N.wlla prevMea that. aa amendment taOrdlnaae .I tWI -TIll .. ..t c. teu. and) **<, .f yin. ara h will II.. pm... *. MackAnawar
Adolaat-auaaa Uoulter lat Than. tilm.. Cl... Into by aotlfled and required t prvewnt or .. b*
l...... Taaa. t.J. ,...... II...... TamalaMaral : Ma, III aa amended being bbs TbaraaaalnlniyertloaafR\ S-TllS-B41B ..pl..I. .
any slain ar demand which *r on or Ith day
II..", P..,.. .. MartIn CaaatyPiMldant EoHlag Ordlnaaee' W lha CKy of IHaait.Ffcwtda .t yew .fo. .
P.la.' Rabababa either *f *. a> have avalnattb lh.
will .be aaaetad a* Shot tb* bare.Inaftar ye *jr 1.lr. n.rl
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Motto Orand Mra. Ormra HallUtlrd abnnla O. Mia _.1_ Pareel .1 butd will .b. NITrIC! Mtat W MtTK CAFtLorK.ale maal b
Moa. S .... lOOP MallBtuarJ lat-lrd n... p..m. Ovnaral. Maatmg hERESY (lIVEN I. .11 knew* MAT H. CARU'KItamaMd .. the Plaialirf' haralai :
..-..... R.'. the. earn* new buIlt." ..oo.dsl.a. ... of : ) a* P *r
( FlOrIda. -
lip .1 Stunts.
.aaaa Elba Ladfa lit Laal Tkura. ..... Baalaaaa MaaUag ..eI.... .parent .. .Mud. whirl. .tutu" ataan. : thai := = .t c labs of Martial (Cooal. bar ar* o -

1:..,... Mukr lCart U. Mail St. ..... tnlat Yaabt. Club 100 ........ R.' la pm partbmmrtf. .... lb. = lb. -- : Florida. with till** fe* of :. T Rr.'rftea P: o *::" .
S ,.., .......... Cumm.dura. ........ .. ...1...... of t' donotIbad ;=U. = ta th. County" Judge'a r'L fMartini | :
Snrma Club limbos I.... p oil de lIMb.. .V RIV RSItPAIK. >. .. .. o. lows sod
lat Tbara. S P-m Yaabt CWt -.. lbs on at Mtaiart. Florida, wlthla a4 *wr> publi.kad Mews.
Praalilaot .Jaba Aljata a. **r plat. ,....... >. .... II. .. .. ..- nuuwop.p.r
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lat Ton t a.*, Maaataa Taabl. ClubU.It.4 Ituart hard af Raallar. B-;"*.k.d.... Pals 41. Mania C....,,. isbn.. con.. t: .sam .."r o.an.d aadar"" BHMtaa P-ebttratln from" .lbs I' t".' ._ef _the. r f F1.ndo.Btaart.Post I COMMISSIONSTUART I

Cammaraul TravalaraBanlur PraaMaat..-.. .._ 'Ttlkra Meld ON......* _..tIItt. lbs. ......* .O..ltw .. tk.* Sonla Otdmaasa wtll b.* eel tk* II DEMAND Mt ; ;;- .. :
C......lof.-.d Havard I. Tbura, I p.m, Btuart ..... 0Mt- mIll toe .*SBls4 aa lbs. I4lhdu 9U 4nk ,. tt... I ..teawlae msvtmg tkVCrtr. CMmmelea 1r'I'1:T'D nLDr1 ,
Ttrora. ,._ lOOr Hall Cm .. FWetdaT aak a. P ORDERED "'
lat Slaart Stamp ...... el Seleniae. ., at I pmreautar i a5 Stuart .0 tInt ha* ar at .
0.11.4 Doogbw,, .5 lb.' CurnMdoosng Praalitaat, ." m.eUng of \\r. CHr Coo...si4e.MW eaeesi ..kuern ...*, sold Ordlsaas* .aa* I_ f ) ; .t.L ,. art Florldm, lois I let dap .hlr.fRI .
I" PraaMant-Mra Marrm '. B a>aU Tbamaa NamaawayIrd tk* Clap a4 IMuarV rkMida, axlaea. al f.axMla* b. .b. .. 1"44 RECtXiK kfECTTSG
Maa. I .... Pabtta. Library. .. ,. .1 .
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lad Moa.U.Hr hot Mm* ar* ftk>*\ ee lit-b> thai 1* day A_ 11R
t CbaHar. OraW W ...... Plus YrM Club la ...... a* be nip aaM Ordtaaaa* "I.. ,aa _Vtra-JTapMaat. Mania e..U c. ( r. w
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W. ......-.11... Joaapb ROOM Hrlad4tb 1.0.1.1 Maaw I a.m. Taatk Oaatat skould Bet. amindsd.TbU Kxcvtog tk* B/ MAREULt IL KVAKatnty 4
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T!..... I p. Maaaala TmaalaTlOVEmmeNTAL tames ..Netlao tk* gteart m too>Wqoo.toe pakHsked twa 0 CAL M UIT Mai H. rarlwrk. tam'.4 Clerk NONDAT3Se1tyU

ImUd tkla. llth day ef ...**... ,*... a.CWrk aad Aadlter rVaarw l*.. atuart. FVartdaWTTHAET (rTR'rr .I
ORGAIIIZAT1ONOCM About 40,000 acres of former CARRIM Mef BABY )j UTTUANAttorn ( IOHTISRIIOX CM.IIHTBUOM ,* ,
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Cdng.Wov' desert are under: irrigation near A* Ctar. rkwk *ad AadUe.Raal CI ef Swart) r far1 Kxo utrHI By Waa. A. Oaarbtarawt Aiway
) c..k. < af CHr ef atearOrobUsMlea (o loot (Wins Itaajterard) f A brawar SI ,

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