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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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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 NUMBER S STUART. MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST 27. 1964. -"4 CTIONS-22 PACES PRICE 10 CENT :"J

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Lode Inlet to the Intracoastal Waterway

Orientation sessions for student was accepted by the Martin .

4 new to the Junior or senior", high County Commission Tuesday.
s r''te"xa school will be held Friday morning The commission accepted:: the
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Aug. 28. f7r; ; 1\\ AW 1 I federal plan on a basis l that Mar.
ii Tenth grade students should report -: tin County pays $I 0.000 of th*
y } to the high school gymnasium cost' and the federal government

.. .. at 8:20: a m. After instruction hIt .. $14.000. The maintenance. : of the
'-------'- --- -- group 1 week Chief Jes e Taylor

NEW TEACHERS In Martin County schools this fall posed for a picture during Colcord, Mr,. Ann Hatless hits Rosctu! Fritz, Mr*. Mildred Haygood, Mill Jane I each student will be guided I of ,the Stuart.. Police: Department channel will be up to the Corp!,*
to his home to receive' of Engineers granted everythingtext
a pre-school conference: : for teachers: last Thursday Front row from left: Mrs. Bird. Mrs. Nellie Kennedy, Miss Marie Cruice Back row, from left: Noel Rood, room I .t \ "points out that
schedules baaed oa the course selections. "According to plan" and the
law
I Joan Weigel, Jack Chandler, Mrs. Mabel Chandler, Miss Sarah Shaw, Mrs. William T Moore Bruce A. korth, Don Farrell, Franklin Wells" John W, Teter V k'i signal the of"thai in- protect "becomes a bonafide federal

Dorothy Teter, Mrs. Charlotte Wilmoth, James W Hopkins Vincent Navitsky and James Hcrndon.Jlradshaw Home room procedure will be (-!1Il'a i to turn, project

Second row, from left: Mrs. Rosemary Lamb, Mn. Phyllis Bevis, Mrs. Nancy explained!, then the students will right, 'If left, Actually the channel should be

_._ have the to proceedto with
opportunity
-- --- -- -- shall be given completed emergency: funds
each of the classrooms, where continuously I by the time the federal plan comet:
I Interests Ask Bulkhead LineAmiable' Must teacher will acquaint him with during not 'test
I Nw on Folks. From Tit County textbook, supply need and! pro than the lst r r I 11 1

cedure.: 100 feet travel' ASK DATE: RELEASE
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RamblingReporter 'Mend Fences' Tenth graders.. will not report i' ed by the ve- ON SOUNDINGS IN

Negotiations on on Monday but will report lues-, hide before THE: INLET; AREA
day at 8.0: a m. to their homerooms "
turning, regardless of the weather
On P. W. Road ready for I full day of I Signals may be given by hand, A release of data of tound
Ings taken by the
ctasswork: or electric signalling device, Army Corpsof
by tin
Are Seventh students should Engineers In the Si Luna
grade
with which and truck
mot
Right-of-way Reported : cart:
The into the Inlet area hili "been requested
county is going report to the Stuart Junior High are now equipped, the chief staled.
fence business but on a limited Auditorium MI Aug. 2H at 81): by- William I Slmpkln. president
THAT 'OARHSir WASA basis, County [ Fred Bell for orientation. After the of th Stuart Sailfish Club
RARE CRES1HSII! There's a "whole lot" of negotiating demnation suit. It la known how. boned the ownership" and maintenance told the Martin County Commission am. will Simpkln requested the Martin
orientation, older students ail
going on for riahtofwaythrouih ever that negotiation have been responsibility for the north i BUM will not be operating on
Mrs. R. M. Kuhn and Mn. Tuesday. Seventh will be County Commission to auk the
as graders
Donna Rowell and youngsters were Seminole Shores on the going on almost constantly: But jetty of the inlet, which was built When right-of-way for Martin dismiwed guides.Jit. noon. Seventh: graders Friday. Aug. 211. Parent must t M' 'Corps! to make tha depth figure .

extended thanks by Dr. C. Richard south end of Hutchinson! Island- to date no announcement has been by a special Martin-St. Lucia tax Grade Road was obtained by the will not report on Monday but to the transportation of the eve available so that boat own.

Robins of the University of Mi. plus a new bulkheading proposalto made of any agreement district In the late twenties Perry county: no firm committment on will report Tuesday at 81);J a m, enth and tenth grade student this on can negotiate the area without .
having the westward.! Clifton Perry, representing the said that he and County Attorney fence moving mad between damage to their boats. The
anti Marine Laboratory for was for a regular day of clauwork: first' duy of orientation:
the foresight to preserve a This was learned at a meeting Rand interests, specifically: ques- (Continued on Page 2-A) the county and two property own- ---- commission: agreed. to ask

specimen rare to acien: <<. Their of the Martin County Commission .-- ers Bell said.A ; mmmmtuim' *smnimiiiii m ja, ":
crestfifth: a cousin: of the oafish( Tuesday. a result the county will haveto Jensen Chamber Mafies Request' I
has been added to the Lib's col Representatives of :the county, Connection With Loop RoadPrattWhifiiey ,locale one mile of fence before Congress l r.r. approval redcoat

lection. See Mary on Page 7C. the James Rand interests, ant owned by Walter Johns, and two then should! be minimal At
the Charles Bradshaw interests, miles of fence owned by t h. Hi last meeting the commission:
ttIn are negotiating: "in the most pleasant : Beisemer, properties County Asks :Jensen Bridge told! the Corps) to use $30,000 inavailabler
: CREAM" CAkE Road .
and amiable way, it was reported : -* *Hell*ufso XV ported"tha OIImUtItolion emergency funds to'
FOR ,IWiN TEAM for right-of-war to construct ;:' will have to bear the cost: of Be' .Named for Frank Wacha dent and. deepen tha channel The I
AND PARENTSAn : a road through Seminole moving a "house out of t the readrightofway county accepted. the malntenonct
ice: cream': and cake: party Shores (Rand property) to property Mia house t II ownedby of the channel until the lima It "become .
will be held Friday Aug 28 at owned by Brad Shaw at ,th Change Is ProposedA Ed Hogan. The new Jensen Beach bridge believed Commissioner Mill 11I j II t.r a federal protect probably!

Harold JohM' Post Legton Home south end of tha 1 island. .Bell estimated the entire project over the Indian River will probably would alto approve and saw -no la, next' years omnibus bilL

for members of the lealOn'll baseball The Bradshaw property ir to be : would cost about $3.000. I He have a new name before It* ,..a'lJl"y they should delay tha County Engineer. Fred Belt

I team and their parents. Awards, developed by Charles Martin into I twitch in the northern term. Road from the Palm Beach County .: alto reminded- the commission that finished. "much (deserved II.IIIOt'Wacha pointed out at the lust meeting

will be made to members of the a high-type residential area. inus of the Pratt A Whitney Roail line to State Road 76. Engineering -i the properly owner gave the The Martin,County Commission, abstained from voting when the that maintenance of the channel
team. The event is set for 8 p.m. At at earlier meeting the commission -I where it joins with State Road 76war and surveying are now under county the right-of-way, voted Tuesday to request the State resolution passed. has bean im to the county since the.cut .
I' This will be a regular meeting of voted to condemn th proposed to the Martin. County way. The commission told Dell Io Road Department to name the The resolution/ commended Wa through the Inlet was made.

the posts right-of-way if negotiations for Commission Tuesday by County negotiate for the necessary work new bridge, frank A. Wacha cha for the time and work IIInl Agreement to maintain the
i i > sale could not be completed. The Engineer Fred Bell. since construction of t the road is bridge through a resolution presented In promoting the new bridge. channel until it become: a federal

DJAP: MUSICIANTO county also wants access: through After listening to' the proposal, Spike on Rails awaiting clearing: of the right-of- by the Jensen Beach Cham project mean very little unless" a
; VISIT M01IIKR Seminole Shores property so it the commission: decided: to wait way bar of Commerce.: natural disaster. Completely cloned:
can: maintain a jetty at the end until owner In the Commissioner Wacha, though" (ha channel and Inlet Bell said.
i An Inspirational! example of defeating of the Wand COM of he right-of- property area Brings InjuriesTo obviously pleased at the chiiniher : $110,000$ Sale
could be informed of !th* proposed Under the federal plan" lha
a physical: impairment to way would be borne by Dradshaw. rnolutkMeI" tilt commission
change before giving approval.Bell Heavy Tools Are Corp will dig a twondonhalfmilelong >
"rise and shine" in his chosen Since the voted to
: commission to 'table' the motion until (ountyConrmiYhoeset
Of Land channel 100 feet wide
Island :
asked the commission to Two WorkersTwo
) field is the achievement of Alfred condemn the .
right-of-way very Edward: Miller return '
From the Crossroad where the
D. Perry, Ansonla Conn.,' musician little has been said about the con-: switch the terminus about a mile Stolen ValueIs from vacation.Commissloners .
: who will be visaing his mother I southwest of the original terminus Florida Cast' Coast! Railroad ; Jack Williamson Goes RecordBeach I' (Dkeechubee Waterway meet* the
to a point where Pratt & Whitney employee: were Monday on Inlracoastal Waterway to lhaenlstinf
Mrs. Ole Almegord, of Palm injured and Jack Saunderson said
from the Road could: Join with Loop Roadat afternoon in Rio when their About $$2,000 laey cut In the lit The fed
City Thursday over Half Calf Is property on Ifutchlnson eral cut In the Inlet reef i II
weekend. Perry was stricken with a I Slate Road 76. railroad motor car struck a tie ----- supposed
Island north of tha Elliott Museum
The would pike put on the rail.. four Heavy tools valued about to be ten feet deep by 200
by al
deafness but got over that hurdle re-alignment straight'
I Kindred ProtestsTo has been sold 1 I to the I low (feet wile Local
charier boat
the last mile of the road boys. $2,000( have been stolen from operator
by ute of a bone-conducting hearing Found in Trunk en out young the Land and] Gcnml
device: teaches music, and Bell said. He reported there wouldbe Injured were AI Scott and Rob- I R, E. M Construction Company President on CtirrKVallon 1"11.| according:Development to awarranty In *sand.say that it la badly filled
the no change: in ownership of the crt lernatt, both In their twenties 'of Hialeah al a aub- allon eonIlruction by
currently supervises "String :
Ticrra Verde !Fill deed. filed with the Martin In Corp will advertise for hid.
and both from ,
Of AutomobileHighway Fort Picrc
sill off
of the Valley" musical ensemble! right-of-way, : just U. S. I north County clerk
the in October with
I of eighty-five members, which: I State Road funds in excess: of Fernett received: severe head of Stuart on project *
aside cut when he was thrown I Reported stolen Stale beak W.ltottl.l'I\I' Pres.Idenl The purchase price was $110- contritcl: letting scheduled la No-
performs musical: entertainment Patrol Trooper W v. $300.000 have been set for on to were a water
events for a wide audience.: Vuvion and A. F, Holt making a construction: : of Pratt & Whitney the railroad as the car left the pump, welder, skill saw, power Charlie' H. Kindred sent a 000. stamp show vemherCrnnniMott" ,
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I routine check: of driver licenseon tra k.. Scott t received arm i tamper and other heavy equip letter Io President Johnson Tuesday Selling the property were Nat Chairman I rink
v asking his Intervention 'In a Wacha explained the at
East Ocean Boulevard Sunday scratches.: ment. R. Heaverman as trustee" and individually program
I MRS. LLOYD FANNING noticed spot of blood on a The hoy were taken into custody i According to Sheriff Roy C. land grab by Individual. In !th* and Irwin S. and Na-', the meeting and axprexed hi Is
; SAILS 1'0 S. PACIFIC car lag.They. Crash ProgramOn They reportedly admitted Baker apparently the thieves pull St. Petersburg area of Itorida at 'tale Ours, also Individually and gratitude to Cbngremtnuin' Paul
his
I Among passenger on the Matson demanded that the trunk placing: the spike on the tracks. ed down a fence, backed a truck There Venk"Kindred a* trustee Rogers for help In the project.
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I Lines SS Mariposa when itsails be opened. Inside was half the All were released to their parents into the area, loaded the ulpment called'' a proposed proj- H* said if It bad not born for Roger
from San Francisco for the of Mosquitoes pulled and) brushed the art: to fill or a thousand acre the county would not have to*
carcass a freshly killed calf out .
I South Ps., "!e on Aug. 30 will be Arrested t were Lonnie\ Strick Scott and Fernet! had beenpainting tire track from the sand with Ibroom. of submerged land near the entrance Red Cross Alert elved the told emergency fund
Mrs. Lloyd Fanning of Stuart land and David Vale, Fort Pierce. Receives Praisetold crossing gale en Colorado lo Tampa Bay "a perdmalland To I Hurricane Clco He tWo the group that at
I' Avenue gr.b" that "does not take Into a later date, the Corps" and "pos-
the afternoon
and during
I W Archie: Barfield and Wendell I
I Parr Veto Beach. Mayor Harry Hoke of Ocean and were returning to fort pierce: consideration the damage. to be ably Congressman Roger will
The
7 LADY LOBSTfRt: doN to the of the !State of Martin County Chapter, hold a meeting it Stuart to explain
Dr. people
I HELD LN RESERVE Sheriff force of three counties Breeze Park has written the Martin The accident occurred near a Rio Camp Spoke Florida, the aatwa or 1 local, Inter American Red. Crott k standing ,, all federal projects In I the

Seven lady lobster, (Florida concluded: : that the calf was stolen County Commission commending crossing.Deputy: To Teacher Meet rat" by to be of assistance. in casa III area and to: discus, future planning
in control Sheriff James Mill located
I h. St. Lucie: County, slaughtered mosquito programthi any emergency treated by Hurricane by the Corpc
crawfish, specifically: ) all laden .
in Indian year the youths I short lime alter Cteo,
:
River
County and transported Dr. lavb T. Camp, chkneaor accepting the Com andeepen to
i with eggs of Refuge are currently lab at to the be to Martin. Charges ar Mayor Hoke said that the rei- the wreck.MENTAL lha Department of Curriculum 1UNIOR BIT RID I Mrs I CI I *I Ie Smalley, eiecniiv: and clear the" channel' loran
i House ready dent of Ocean Breew Park thank and IO PLAY roOIBAU I secretary of the fcxral I told.
I pending. Innruetion of Florida Atlantic chuixer. expanded cot of $24MO.) the
sent by private plane to Dr JohaD the commission and the personnel : IIEAL1II MtY.I': .fh. Stuart New that If .
Costlow at Duke University of the control Unrvttsiiy, Irldmjr sputa to haW High Schnol l boy Inter an imergency county apparently" gave up any
Marine Laboratory, Beaufort N. mosquito department The Mental Health Association 200 teacher sad administrator cited .In football ./iho U report to occurs, folk should listen. Wet of helping" sponsor' A JJ.JOO.:.
C. !Ross Witham. director of the News Want-Ads the for their of mosquitoes.efforts in ridding He will meet at noon. Tuesday. Sept.I. of Martin County schools oss lie the Stuart Junior High' Itthoul raw r w the radio.' for information and (IOU federal plan for the Inlet proposed
remarked -
spiny lobster research: project county that the has been at the Town hoe Restaurant subject, Tha Career Teacher tan field at J ,.m., Monday spccifio directxm tm storm shelters by the corps. Under the

brought them up from Marathon Pull from Afar considerably more program successful this on U .S..I. Vhwo and Opportunity" through Friday. multimillion dollar plan' the" federal .-
- -- ) government. would put .up
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).Ion"'y."Tbne' are io reserve, than in ---
Fred Sinn, of JrMns year previous years. $*:iJX) and Martin County; S2.
said Witham. "in casa: a shipment Bed told
Fred
by Marine Corps Jet from. Boca. Trader Sale, loc. lee,.. the County commiiMoft Engineer that spraying. in Start Seen by 1969 or 1911; ,D endDnS"rveyanJ Congress .".0110.

Chica to Cherry Point fails to survive. Beach, sold. ore yesterday.Th the county H continuing: but on Commlwlontr Wacha: said at
." i Start New really an "as inuaT raw*. The crash the time the Corp proponed thetwo "

Crt ...... I got a latter program started a few weeks a., FCD Pledges Martin's Plan plan. that b would be bnpoe-
Strong Backing t able for the
from FlHsUag. N. y this.. has been competed. county to raise over
JDUO.OOO, to spend on the inlet
Tale Commissioner Jack Williamson
Twisting week, ksg had
) Ihejr MM 111.....t Bell reported at the
I I asy rtwtfM .. as Tha Stuart I II westers Bell pan thai of moMn the >county loe* ta nerd the Actual work on a far-reaching : year Io bring a project of ibis lit* Vf Eae4a I drainage A* .. IU.on;: 19M, )4jon.: and "for I ....'"tthal the Corp I.I already
JACK JAMES
By New* assd ..... arrest more and thai ha felt. gncuttural irrigation and ...InCIOntI'oI rypa iota physical form after kha pause factor having bearing the I 1961 fiscal year, $MOUO.loul ) ) I lit the area !taking touading
Tee r.ua t..*_i"J eat *f ... traOcn | ft** spraying plan for Martin County of $219.716. Th I'CD ha I
I ere more MayaH. would be dun*. .. .been approved by Copes. both Martial and St. Lucia. < 11II'1
t in I IM* 1971
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sewerded. c* sn I bees informed by the Corp thatthis
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There are two things that operate noted that .-. m the spraying itstar..",,", Corp competesitViand Tha project wa bMM<*4 by the tss, WM 10 "lap Into LU sum should be enough to complete I Laal Woalf Waalhavl
had been don the teen
on extreme hoi air One is Place yavr mnH-tntiB. | of tha Congreaa approprt- Martin County Water Conservation chotiea with giant pump.* which" the study, "1'.r..a.a.pis: a.. W.shmAar.
hurricane and the other to populous eastern part( coun
: a Stuart New wsl .. mam. I ConuMtica Hmbr the eluuranansMp .. would. Ietkne.. She burgeoning R. R (J..."> Home PCD director ; : :; : it 11 lea::

uoo peltDOntea and we in I <..We! 7rr..ryi..uq.' &dIJ.c tyBed said; he would check iota According fat fofornteUMs fur- i of Captain" B/uca LaigsV I cferu* fend In both counties n dusted that the Hood Con- :.:... 'I i.I .... s4. ...liiA. .
weeds Dished The Stuart New Central trot District rdtMs the benefits .
: the South who AI..w.. the matter lflllAkJy.OtCkJl by Ion several yoar ago. This connuttea *- '" of drought I ITha Ae. I .MAare.
s4m
d stf A Souther Florida Flood I" to be achieved through the ptM. N'Ave.
arc caught between E pointed out that Matte FeD dew dw piss Us bUy V 11 1 .eeAue.
the (wear dig regular. rues 1b..vd.'sSort -rn Control Dntrkt die amrntioMs ov- I County bad .bern M "ewpAw"lamely and<. swgcly through the ef and .ban gives it* full endorsement a ". i. W ,UA.
(la a suffering New e wH be r*. at er-aB Mardi County plan a odd ; smutted from the aeigimlKD I frees .f ConreMHun Paul O. ewe want Mrlkalarfy: to thank ...se. tewpratsn 1M wk: 1 1.1
ore efcsria tm At Seeda r Free ROAD CDVIRAtTDickerson: tape going ans. physical. format f Oulrman Wacha of lha rft>r <
Frank t
from extreme planning. awept for C-W login, lhara hv been a *uoc**> I sezg' .
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Pew ami .... ofl ).. I : roc towels /swans.
heat. But. along .. M Ire of bait KM the aarlier. ... !at the. Kngtattt and St iJicia Canal. hkk .- .two of appropf" (isliom for an ear i County CofnmJssiuo, CommWunr Sift ..IlL fSS.Jl Adz P ...
about Nnyrrrbet. SS> c. */ postal pitre.aDee' .bean ava/dvd a contract .by the 1 prJ9al..' as completMl by Jwsa: ready ........ Tha ....... Iho+ze.l E- g>n ar Corp survey Jack WUIiemI a, A"lJultwai l awl : .. III.** IAt '*.'

they wag 1 ...-*.-.. 2S7-UM SUM Rand DnwruBnt for the pointed out die vast agricultural The sng.ar* origiaany. ml-. Agent L M. Johnson and. County ,A.,_.. M/ 'IflS 1'S]; I:1. .see'.1 ,13t t ,
cool God Mm It of causal! ntworfc both mated .k would eke 1230.- Engineer' Fred Ron for die local: a_ sf its, .M. :
both off ( Grandsna : assi ask for sa OasssfM D comtrucUMs. of n mile* on Stale It misMh t .... k will : potential a del <
Mercer, Exceluor S,..... Mo. I,I ... Rand S-505-A lie loco.. River ha two VMM* won .kef*#. k casrfd I, nortk aojd snuck .f IlL Lade C*. 000 to flea the *..,.*,. To datepwIsLlp'aoe MMtanca given to the ,....* aid .sue.1 St. -*. ie' 4iS sar* I0ai. 15.4
MI would taU Okaacfcofaea beer IMI Homer. W: .. !!cat la PCD bused .... iti '
and aU the other sbuk L Soa you C ueIy. The contract: ill<< $175 N Included .aMtfear trft-- rat wfcscb WM kava .es sort **
la Church Sunday 564.99. abona ML. It tale about feet) wale lot J tnlgttia l sad .13, 1M2 1:1.116:: ; 196J.' member., from IhJ county i.... ft .*. i a* *.., ...* 14 t...


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':_v-Tiff_ STUART (Fta) NEWS Thursday, August 27, 1964 Arthur A. Smith officiated: Burial TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
; was in All s.M' Ctanliry, _

Hobe Sound NewsMRS. OBITUARIES Jensen Beach Nf1W }i} lBRY SCtfOOI: By

1 7; r R the day, half day or the hbur,
t.s. tVA 'CAM1'BtU.C'orrcsdfnt SMfTll J\\Uii! f. PATTON Nat on aots Fenced play yard"
DWIGHT E.
MRS.
546 911 James F. fallen smell bt 91 C flW Vnt ovation Owned and

...A. Mrs! Minnie Mallory Smuh of Albany Street Stuart died at operated by Vera Scbaog, 287.
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+. .,apt 91 East 'Brown Beet, West MayIll. Martin Memorial Hospital m Friday 0771.. tf (t5)hNIs1.

Disaster Shelter Conn.. wife of Brigadier General Aug 31. after an aftMntMillness -- : :"1115 NRTIswME'YT- "
la Dwight E, Smith (Ret.). died .
j Monday at Milford Kcwptal!. She He was a member of St Joseph 'MHUK OK PIHUI If*:'til MTl
MAY f''N'< HtNflTTCW \
) WHOM !II
Plans CompletedThrough was seventy-one; I Catholic Church. I* berms' irlvi-n thai t h"
., .. MrsSmith wan 'born hi WBM He is survived by two sons. I !" : and /unliui! I' >tumix>- ':,'unr
r' h 'tf ; n' Warn Haven Feb 8, 1893, daughter of James M Patton of Cleveland, t Kirlfn CWnIY, VlfrtO, will 'uI -
at elu I hn
) I brprhg '
t rr. dut I i a i 11\iblli '
the efforts of Rev. Charles and Dagmar Hansen! Mailory Ohio, and Thomas A. Patton or of 17,te t'. N. un ipUml t; I:,.
Funcis Dickson and others 'me l She lived In Wet Haven all Jamaica Plains Mans IRHI et she 1\18,1111 County, .e'nu, t.haoauset
I"lorlda, t. f'''.n1hINNelaa '
Red Crow and Civil Defense or i,her,life except for the years since i Funeral servwea were held ia allaiuaart eoattleenaR the
'is 7r junctions are now vornblriett Into hr huMwntni( retirement When the Johns Funeral Htwno Chapel W' T (,

a 1, t no. 7. rd+* wv + o I.FM one In'''Mobe Sound The shelter eouphi spent the winters Ht their Monday Aug 24, at 10 mass Bw ..ft- _. attehi.'clu .
+ .t,+ kN it the Community Uhlted Pretby- home In Cocoanut<< : Park near Stuart lal) was in Fern Hill MemnrfetCemetery

tartan Church which: has been Johns Funeral Horn .. ... 't:"! _!1'" mvlt.
readied for Use, She was a past preidcnt of the -
in of arrangements :
was charge 7iR. Itch ..or r' A.u't
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Wwnens Republican
Facilities have been vipandec New Haven County t
,1, I 'v" Va and now Include: .two More rooms Club and the West HavenWomen' .r'i1r
nJPPfR! SIT: ATtiETIMtMANF MMtro
The entire patio has been enclosed Republican Club: a member -
I
and the community kitchen Is of the Garden Club of Stuart, :! CHURCH e. 0'ft8an.e&n.

'I felt to be more than and n member of the Property A fellowship covered dun supper "It.: AII. y=alrttiAalaerpse
; Bertha Randall will he '-charge Owners' Association of Martin will be held at the Oethsemane .
of the kitchen; each family h asks County Her husband i Is her only Church of Christ, Jensen Beach, 11. p'nW 11 titre

ed to bring canned soups(' and survivor I starting at 6 pm, Sept I.1 Those tft.YfTVFm I.| h.rity Y v) _fw I. t ijat 'tics

_n.__ _.__.____._..__ -' .. .._ _. .............. _._ _- fruit along with sandwiches hhttneed A funeral service was to be held who attend an asked to bring tit aa Sand ZoillJlr I 'IDI..n
''------- -'" -- no refrigeration The fool! Wednesday!! afternoon at 2 o'clockat their own table service. elf Man i )'. FwWwa will ottn-

COACII( BOB CWliEI IS, r left supervises a hand-off from Quarter. Odom right, looks on. Football practice for Martin County tlgen ",illole\ prepared and distributee the funeral home of Seth N.j Following the dinner a business dllClt r M a fit bubtlo it.'n: hrlnT'Mat nM at>*r the IT, hour tall'
I back Buck Mauldin to Fullback Terry Rogers, while J Center Ken started Tuesday at regular hour by the ladles of Taylor 365 Main Street!! Wet I meeting member of the church / f CjMlHIy;; Court tnvantolloing tin'
the kitchen Haven with the Rev C Lawson will be hekLYOUNG imendtnintcon.tder.
.
\ I < Fred fllndte'ha'been In 'chargeof Wiltard rector of Trinity Church
'!' It TO MARTIV
building protection and on the Green officiating and I Aejiiai'r. tlOBL>IVt.tON REQt .
peas
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Teachers
Hear
Helad of Education Association special credit to those who hate burial In Beaverdate Memorial RFPUBLICANSMFET IILATiON5

rKindergartens worked to diligently to get I the Park. Hamden Conn ON serr. i REQUIRED ITILtTIBS" ,
I shelter felt ,ire The Young Republican Club or
we They
ready A. Whale It I la propowd. to tae
andibraries Are Needed Tom Oouhfm n. James Houser, JOSFPII FRANK KONICII Martin County will meet at 7:30: mitWioda other thin central
Richard Mage Harold Shaw, 'Joseph Frank Kon ch, seventy m on Tuesday, Sept 1, at the a wjt a dlopoaal: and water
Glenn Thomas, urn and Bill Dick 'lIC'fen. ''of 112 Pine Ridge Road, ilolley for Governor" headquarters aal.m:
sons, and Scout Kelsey and MeCuen Jensen Beach, died at his home at the corner of Osceola and (1) Hubttilaitlnn, to lha lt *:Uhpvparlnumt :
"Let's make this a year 'If in ''Hall, president of the Florida Ed- were Mrs June Pittmgcr,'a teach.er Wiiiiam McClure vice president/ "We are open for business," Saturday morning, Au,. 22, after St l.ucle Avenues. The permanent and Lwp.rtmrnt OfcunlyItfnfciiinttfnt'
which we all do out dciul, level: ucatibn, Awoclatibn, In 'concluding of English from Pmella County knd Fugenla' Swain, secretary said Mr Hindle. a brief Illness officers will be elected at 1 his i of antnifaiil **!' amcfncFrtn .
best to help every child" with whom his talk before members of and t wt come In contact laid Dr. Joe the FAA meeting here Monday secretary of FEA. ed and appreciated: the shelter Is vllle, Pa. and a former resident interested is invited to attend. b. nm In la!I nod M not :
Jhe Martin school hrh
'Mote than 400 teachers from Elected to head the district organization County : system, already well staffed Those who of Akron Ohio, before retiring to Last weekend Dale Milila attended trade I h n n. It" below
: Glades, Indian 'Rivar I Martin, for the ensuing year and McClure is principal of the have volunteered their services In Jensen Beach ten years ago He the state federation ol f
Businessmen's Okeechobe, and St Lucie Counties were Vehon Walters, president; 'Vero Beach High School I various capacities are our local was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Young Republicans at Key Biscayne (1)) All tlean fill acceptable UKcd shell matorlalNo be fond.

attended the district meeting physician with Rora Kindle assisting. Church. Miami when the club's ; marl, rwy, muck, "hard.
held in the auditorium i of the MORE ABOUT and it continuing to be washed ; Rance Randall and Rev, H. to survived by his I wife, charter was granted. Pet n.hell or ether b* ..such.... for mat fill<>r
Martin County High School away. Sought is establishment of Dickson! Dale Malita, James Holt, kathryn, of Jensen; three sons
LUNCH A highlight i of Hull's talk Included a bulkhead line about 500 feet Harold and Flo Lyons William of Barbuton, Ohio, Leonard IN MUNICIPAL COURT (It) SubmlHBlnii water analyala of. taken a atandard front
mention of two facilities Right-of-way, westward of the present shore, ;A list of Instructions l Id T 41 l: Cuyahoga Falls Ohio, and a well In the Immodlata
'which be feels are badly needed which would take In. the Sun'Parlor dents of this area has been dehv Joseph .Konich Jr of West Puts- Cases heard in Stuart Police area in a of dlmanca aubdlvlalon acceptablelo with
m l Florida school: They are kin- New 'BulkheadRequests channel Lofttil conservation ered. If by chance you have not burg, Calif; three daughters Mrs. Court Tuesday by Judge! Harry the Health I 0.1'01"" .
'dergartcna and ntore and larger interest are now studying the received yours, please toll Cola Roy C. Iscnbcrgcr. 'Mrs Joseph Dyer Included six persons fined nient.anwatr .
97' :libraries plim. The commission agreed to nel William Campbell at 546-5402 Stefan, and Mrs Josephine Ram- for minor traffic violations: four B. Where It .la proposed to In.
To emphasize this need lie Made 'hold it public hearing on the pro- We are asked to remember.tna bacher. all of Jensen Beach; one for more serious traffic violations; plait a .ntal we t.r .d/or
explained dlapuaal ayatem:
that children from schools &posed bulkhead on Sept. 22 each family of children must be brother John Konich of Cleveland two continued; one dismissed and
The commission then asked accompanied by a responsible! .Ohio; one sister, Mrs Peter one bond forfeited. Criminal cases (1) Buhmlni-lnn tn the "....1111rooparun..nl
with have .
kindergarten a year's or
(Continued from Page I-A) Richard adult of .Chakalskl; and twenty-one grand involved fine and a probation for acceptable.pUni
advantage over those from schools Gcismger, a representative over twenty-one year of the water and/or
Town House 'where they are not availableSpaking Dean' Tooker, in 'Marching the of Bradshuw, if Bradshaw age; also that any radio in use In children and seventeen great disturbing the peace; a bond for ewaire which all,..1I.pOllal II ln<'lude ayatem the
I of the( need for libraries 'records, concluded that Jetty maintenance wduld be willing for the Army the shelter must \he used with earplugs grandchildren feited and one sentence to jail for method or dlnpoial. of
U.S. It Stuart Corps of Engineers to use land only A Mary'wu laid at Johns Fun- drunkenets ..wage effluent
he said that children who 'i
; : is the responsibility of St. owned Bradthaw for The rules imposed by officialson eral Home Chapel Monday evening -
have good library facilities art by a spoils (d) Final plan approval. and
Come, Try .It! I much! better informed than those ,Lucle Inlet District and Port Authority area during the Corps work on those of us who'may be twin) at 8. A Requiem Mass 'was WALLET STOLEN approval number ..f ''I h 8w..r
Access: to the jetty for clearing and channel the shelter have been developed said at St Joseph Catholic Churchat and/oemcee. dl.-
a
deepening CARA
PARKED
'who da not. ROM petal ayatem by
(Closed Monday) ; Other 'speakers the maintenance I In one of the main just Inside the St. Lucie Inlet, by a system!! of trial and error over 9:30 am Tuesday, Aug. 25. Ida Dtate Board o'j'j,:
-------'. on program county arguments for a road down Bradshaw owns land on both tides many yean We are,aked to observe Burial wasin All Saints' Cemetery thief or thieves got about $80 (I.A llcenae from Martin
": the island through Seminole Shores of the inlet. them faithfully' as being best Jensen BeachLEONARD. from an auto parked at Stuart I..nlro granting' permla
to the jetty well Beach A vent window was pried operate the. pro:
BOX OFFICE OPENS Geisinger Mid he would con for the comfort and being poeM .
ayatem.O
MS At t the communion matting sult with Bradshaw on the spoils.reB' of all P. PFTFRKIN open to gain access to a wallet

Tuesday, James Brock, acting for teat and most important, laid Leonard F Petcrkln sixty-three, which belonged to Eugene T. ( Patlnfactory the County agreementbetween Com
SHOW TIME the Bradnhaw interests, asked the Rev Dickson, "The work ol f of Ocean Breeze Park. died at the Fleming, Alexandria, Va. mlK.loiiera and the dvelnper ".

7itSWEDNESfyA commission to establish a bulk SEPT. 1 DEADLINE Colonel Campbell, and all the Veteran Hospital Coral Gables, the' aewnica that dlapnaal.a la In
..-- head line around the south end Douglas Zant. manager, remind. other members of the Muff will on Wednesday! Aug. 19, after an SALERNO MAN CHARGED operation all aeptlc tank
6f the Island ed farmers that. S pt. I .la the be made easier if anyone ,who anticipate extended Illness' Will GASOLINE THEFT" : ".. will be dlacohtlnued
and that
all will
Y ahd TIWRSDA Y Brock told the commission that deadline for returning ballots on using the shelter in.time He was native of lacara Leon Orr of 'Port\ Salerno 'has\ be directed Into aewaite the "..n.
front 300 lo 400 feet of land has the ASC county committee! 'election. of emfriffni'y will call\ pirsctor, Falls N .r' WXvas d resident' been charged with breaking and tral '.r"' ..". "

.. lOc ADMISSION ..... lOo been washed away in recent years I Campbell at onClt." .' ; of this area tor the past seventeen entering and 'theft in connectionwith C. Alternative, ; approval:

A veteran pf World War gasoline! taken from a private Tonal ruction plan approved .
BOX OFFICE OPENS CIVIC ASSOCIATION r.ear.. Peterkin was a new carrier I pump at Schrammi Flower mav aloe' be nt.olamed .
i BEING FORMED I for the Fort Pierce Tribunefor Farm from the Martin.
B IIC> JC9'JRi I : 6:30: Cnnnty Health Tiepartment
r Ilffi SHOW TIME A bigger 4nd better Kobe Sound I ten fear prior to his retire-i Orr, a former employe at the If the aubdlvlder,
Jill!IMS Association i I. In the process: of ment in 1960He \ flower farm, is also! accused ofentering cnnrludea a with aatlafa a llcenaeil 'loryaareement .
VICIIMI YUIUIE 7 00 being 'formed. 'is survived by his wife, FredaA I and ransacking the business operaMr In which enid

Chairman of the trustee, appointed of Ocean Breeze Park, and office operator operate ea-reea a water tn lo.taltand .n MICHAfllHlIIlE' WEDNESDAY SATURDAY by the County ,Commission -'' one sitter Mrs Conrad Valliant or aewaea dla".al n.

c:':.".. i II Fred Kindle Other trustees of Niagara Falli I WORK DETAILS tem wllhln. 'l'h. other t h a .priot.ono .uhd1.vt.lon ..
r art AN AMtftlCAN INTINNATIOMAL' MCTUM are Don Barkheimer, B. 1.,Arnold Funeral service were held Sat ON BEAUTY PAGEANT call..d for .''In "bOO
Robert Kelsey, Robert Marchiom" urday, AUK 22, at 10 a.m.. with ehova. meal b. ..onpll..dwllh
...- AMCKAN MTfftNATIONM.PICtU U even tho"lfh much
Q1M4 Stuart Jaycees announced a
ALSO Dr. LUther Davis Cliff Wildes the Rev Newton Tweedy, pastorof .n agreement lit ..,n"h.d..d. .
and Mr and Mrs. Galcr.\ Jensen Beach" Community special meeting at 7:30: p.m. Thurs .
B R At YQU pAR Purpose of this organization 1 II Church officiating Johns Funeral day at the Chamber of Commerce: All Intereated. partlea are Invited
wE office to line out details on the to attend and be heard
TNEATRiktov'o Home In of
recreational wa charge arrangement
aV to provide expanded .
fs 1E Labor M V RTIN ('Ot'STY
Day beauty pageantA
and cultural activities for Kobe *. PI, w'fJtolwrtaiJuactu trlM Sounders both adult and juniors, rOMMIHHION
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*,
By Ji'HFlir a OHEENLEESThiilrmarV
1
FHJIiE low bid of Caterpillar
Y1lpM with concentration more on t h eJuniors. HAROLD WILLIAM BURTON $20,200 on a -
NgE1TP .
0 M a/etmhh IJIOtNiH FJg1tEt10 motor grader was made by Pub. Au.. Ir.'seaSalon
Harold William Burton seven
N .
VEi'lfMgEpaDARtnasoN'.nlpFl A basic let of bylaw has been he: Kelly Tractor -- -- -
ty-five, of Alice Avenue Rio, rMani
y1 ar' compiled by Mr. Hindle and will Jensen Beach, died at his homeon West Palm Beach to

be considered at the meeting onThursday Wednesday, Aug. 19, after an County Commission Tuesday The
JOI ESI 1OUNG e evening in- the' recreational extended (lines*. commission awarded the contract A
hall at Lakeside Trailer Survivors include his wife, Ce-
cotoqi'
Park. This la a non-political organization Mill Peggy Harklns and Mss l
ogg; cile R. Burton, of Jensen Beach;
'aMN .IHftlfcl'Ig ; aha free with no due four on*. Guy Harold Robert, Judy Pawlow returned Sunday to tf
11' J unntRtNtaaaNpsmwat to be paid. All Kobe Sound residents Donald W. and Thomas Burton I Chicago following a visit with l t of "
: .__ I KEENIN, are eligible for membership I and three daughter. Mr*. Helen Hiss Hark ins parents, Mr and
and urged la attend these meetIngs ConwelU! Mrs. Joanne Kilheffer, Mrs. Michael Harkins.

ar with tuggesuon of what they and Mr*. Jacqueline Curren. I
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY'CLUB ., .tline.w would! like ot do or perhap what He was a member .of the Mr and Mrs. Roy E. Luck BeautyPaO'ISSION.u
I they would like done community. Episcopal Church. Prior to his tardt and family, Grant Greg and
wise for the recreauoa: .f titetr retirement he was director and Elisa have returned from a three- npoQaggjajgBftjpefli

children. manager of Mose Rose Manufacturing 1 week vacation spent in Michigan
gig Ho Company of Philadelphia. and Washington D. C.

Ii PERSONALS He was vice president of 1 I lEAUTYCARE I
? 'is The .ss Florida !bee bad the Arts in Trades Club New York. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Paine have
ooo privilege of ferrying a number of He was a member of the United returned to their home on St Lu-
1 }lobs Sound citizen to Nassau States Commission to the French c. Crescent from Ree Heights
over the pail few weekends. Exposition of Decorative Art in I S. D_ where they spent the sum
i Among them have, been Mr. and 1925 H. 'wa* also a member of mer at their former home and DyVIRGINIA

I SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY Mrs. Carl Dohlqulst. and daughter the National Republican Club of visiting with relatives KINNE Owner

You'll fall In at first when Susanne also Mr.*. Clara New: York CityFunerla Operators
club sight service held at
Belle Show. .. were Mr. and Mrs. William G [.y- FRANCES REDDISH
SALUTING THE 20TH I ANNIVERSARY OF D-DAY 2 pm. Friday, Aug. :21, at Johns Ont and daughters Deborah and
seeing fecreiHftl8 Limpet NETTIE
you. Mr. Mr Sara Wood former Democratic Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev, Mary, kft this week to reside atSt CRISWELL.

committee: woman, baa been Petersburg while he attends
From Warner Bros-ST
THE JNTERNAIWNALlY ACCLAIMED HIT! III and confined to her borne She Florida Presbyterian College wherehe Now
b rapidly improving and friend Thatch Inn Pompano Beach. They is majoring in marine biologyATHLETE'S Featuring -
I may visit her, have had a wonderful time, says Pedicures *
AND : FIRST TIME AT Rev. Dickson. along with Rev. FOOT
John Wolfe baa returned from Harris and family of Stuart and HOW TO TREAT IT 'Relaxing Facials

his two-month visit in Ohio. His Rev. Black and family from Clew. A. tr T-4-L .*,..*. Pre ft talwKIM.
r KBIT+ KM M TK WBTWtt oar rs I Ir Ir Iw WtlBfflT POPULAR .FltlCKSIDAKKYLF.2ANUOCS awe
time ws spent with relative and 1.54 .. st.b ......... -. I. .wr

old friend Needle to say, h* Uton.Mr. M Wl a w.dim.. COHtBIIUS f'EfORrMfml' EYm( tlIIIIG SCEHE(IXAC11.Y had wonderful Time. and Mr*. Fred HmJIe and M. SU i ....,i tn CINE HOC w.r lily .
IIpIt Mt4
he Resr Dtckson family went 4 e. act*. U M** a .tau. r-4-L Srpttmbrr
AS SHOYtH! IN >THE ( AOS18WYERQN! Mr, and Mr visitors*. James Howwr fishing out of Riviera.Beach Mon,I a FOOT..s. tmt rowataa_ TUOAV t**- ..W<.nuAitT***** 34 OSCEOLA AT 7-053
have frequent m their sod day. They caught woe kingfnh DaUQ Co0?.
lames' and hit family from Lantana ii'ten.) '
AUDIS MURPHY cM**sit mHa<#iAM Tim unlmrrwith
He i* head of the 1ftranment dp
but kept trying
ALLIED M.T&T3 PICTURS of Palm Beach Junior mud anything he hooked snapper a six-pounder.
'W I Iw Cane... James as a dntidgidsMed FRANCES? lANGTCRD'S(;I )

artist in Ills own right and will Mr William and daughter,
AND take this poutton u the coteae Heather have been visiting with
C when Sessions open this tom Mr. Gr4SwoRFa sister Mrs. John
LUSTIEST SAGA OF THE SOtjTH PACIFIC! McLean of Palm Street m North OjwiGEIUflANlJENSEN
John Aden Brow Jr. baa returned Hob Sound.
VAN RiTAJAMES from pending mOlt of the ,

summer in Newport IL I. HevWted tame N.4e Fr*** the CkusaJwtOf BEACH OS! THI
HEFUN MORENO MacARTHUR Mstrdm'egwnosut anteu the New York World's CoBKttfr* *. AH Hob INDIA! RIVER: AT
l lM ll lt Fair, and spent the remainder of Seed ReaUeot LANCrotlO mifNA AND VILLAS

the summer at hit home ia Day- "Is spate -*f the wonder of

tons Be.c"N.IhNtn. modera acit... there Ilea Yet to DINNERS ONLY
be invented. a pauM which will apply
-. are ncpmswg syncpithy itself The confounded stub- e OPEN: AT I ,..... FOR COCKTAILS
to Mr John Hofce who .KMvcetur
1 hews- stuff Insists en remaining in a DLNNLfS, Dadye tines D.s a WM1t-4
? returned fn m Ban Oat- M .t p..
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ewt.rarrtaeoewal.eRar.wa..wm M having attended the funeral of the can wbl someone Wrests *, LUNCHES 1XS'ON1rrom to. It nla
r .. J**' *kr C and proceed b brush It onto the a SPECIAL SLMAtI ftJCU
her father. Joseph Curad.He ON I ff.1\U
furfe which! h tit be painted.
*. and Mrs. Dsd** and Your Chamber bt Commerce Where_ the Start Meet
family tawe foetbepaitfwo f. nard'help.'Cad 546-$4$ or S46- *

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1 Mrs Davida Taylor and Mrs. Zena I THE STUART (Hl N3
Legion Auxiliary Discusses leighton, education junior activities -Adult Tests Set Thursday AuguN t96isA
and Girls State; Mr*. TheresaBrown for
!legislation: Mn Gertrude of administration W.. ma'.. .
Projects for Coming Year Mmnehan membership; Mra. I isle/ and the dipletBlt .
Florence Bollard. Mr Kate ,
School sec
Anyone taking 01
I and Mrs Lillian EiUen. High Diploma ,
ial held Speak
was and the carter was previously failed ta '
'I draped in honor of the 'lute Mr*. rehabilitation; Mrv Theresa $2 for that one tactic Al th'I't
I Theresa Foot.. a past pendent of Brown. Mrs Duvidii Taylor and the \ J
planning to take MMjb
I the Stuart Auviharv I ?In. Nellie Peuoni. building connmtttee. The twentyfiNlCrle\ of thoo.n.ral ed ;in the tents will be equal to the call E. B. Morton at 2174107 .J
material studied the
Nfr Gertrude Boyd and Educational Developmenttents in senior .
r I The president appointed the I II Mr Peuoni, memorials and Mr*. will be given Sepi 14-18 at rear or that for a regular senior lB7o9It/ once an* ftM ;r.
lie
I following mnmiee: chairmen rangements and fib m _
: II Martin County day school
the new High in
I Mr* May BUNKS. Antencanmni; Myra Hilton past prttHknl par- School on Indiantown Road Any legal resident of Florida tion for the teat bate la tir"2!
Mrs. Jennie \\Ilbur. Mrs. David ley. time All application atelU N.
There are five parts!! to the test for at lean one year, who is twenty
Taylor and Mrs Manme Wood, completed and on file .to _ton I
and section will "be each or older, owns a home or
one !lIven
child welfare Mrs Theresa Brown tllen:: Carter, granddaughter of office before the tells get Undct
The l business, has filed manifestation
night until completion date or a
Mr and Mr Ralph E. Frey. underwent
civil defense
and national secur- of domicile with the clerk way.
I.'I will run from Monday night Vpt
ity; Mrs. Mares Hironnnus and a tomuleclomy last Wednesday ---
14. through Friday nilht.&opt.. of the Circuit Court of his Fhri-
Good Samaritan Hoa- ia and
at
Mr Nellie Pc//oni > Mrs Frances Tumnwe
community da of residence, and hat
starting at 7 1 hey county
18. pm are
Wart Palm Beach A frequent will
service MIFlh1 pilal in Miss Fizto
: Mitchell and least credit In American niece Carolyn
conducted at night for the bene at one
Mr*. Ruth Moglia. music: Mrs. visitor at the home of her arrive back in the United State
fit of thO'll.h work in the day. hitorr.or government or civics
Gertrude grandparents, Ellen is eight year by plane week. have
Mmnehan next They
foreign rcla It will taken from two to t two and is eligible to take the examinations
lions; Mrs Jennie \\ilbur! finance old and the daughter Mr and one-half hour for each test The The charge for the entire test t tI. been touring Europe and visiting
I and Mrs, Mr. Avery Carter of Fort Pierce with relatives there since July.
"popPy Nellie| Pezzoni .
five tests consists of mathematics, $7 50 for all .
battery is applicant
: and her friends will be hap vial
Mrs Blanche SiuiKrt I and Mr* many Among the numerous places
Brown, puhlicitv Mrs Midge py t to hear she is well on the road science, social studies, literature,I I.except \eterans. It is $5 for vet. I tied\ win the Shrine of Rosa Lia.*
Tracy, constitution and b)laws; to recovery. and English. The materials cover I erans.! This fee cover the cost. patron saint of Palermo. Sicily
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: s STARTS 12 NOON, FRIDAY AUGUST 28 ,

t,4A. 'a :All Items May lie Inspected at Any Time but NO SA LBS UNTIL NOON 1'KIDA 1*

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Every: Item In our More b on sale. We muni clear out all present stack. to make room for the new 1965 ll1AYr GUVRI
USED MOTORS nuxlilH. Bouts. frvlnrude: motor. Tackle tjillnipiblwn.: Trailers Camper. *. listed" In Ihb ad an only APPKOVIU
Mime or the tplrallwp/M./ By all mean. don't! ml* Ihb. chance to save plenty ut money. .
CUSHIONS

GUARANTEED WE WILL REDUCE THE PRICE Keg. $J.9S



BEAUTY COMKSIANT: i is this young lady Judy Denny, \seventeen 3.3HP Johnson $19.00 EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR $$1
a junior division contestant in the Stuart Jaycees beauty 88
pageant on Labor Day Judy has green eyes to complement her 3.5 HP Elgin '63 $ 29.00
blonde hair.Beauty. 1 FROM NOON TIL 10 P.M. OR UNTIL SOLD .

5 HP Sea King $$19.00 ONLY ONE OF I BACH ITEM BELOW WILL 1JE SOLD
Fete Near

; 71 HP Mercury $ 39.00 .. r r IS lABUtMAS ttMMOIMRR' : ROD HOLDERS
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4 '
I 73 liP rVINKUDK: SIARMJIK
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10 HP Evinrude $$119.00 I.'M Mw r Cl. TrulUr.Vfcirl
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Jaycees Push EventThe ... T.r .uwr ace Tie Dnm > RK;. j.5o un I
1IIU. S.\U'A.lI10N: S..1I9. tACIl:
15 HP Mercury $$79.00 i 12 Nmm1pm. .. .. 5JJ90
Stuart Jaycees are in high Contestants will compete in evening $3290
gear as the Miss Martin County dress and bathing suit, and 1 15 HP Evinrude $$69.00 y 2 pm.: ... :::: ... alga 2 FOR $279
Pageant on Labor Day approaches will be judged on poise, beauty ._ 3 $3090WO '

other With prizes, an Jaycee'offering for winners President of cash and Ronny run-and and personality. 15 HP S King '63 $129.00 I 4 E:.. ':.:;:::::::::i1.:.:;:: ,::.:::: $ r

Nelson nersups reports the number of entrants w 'p.nl. .,............. .. .. J1790
is now running ahead of Sailfish 35 HP Johnson $$119.0035HPEv'deEl.$289.QO 7 p..... ..n................... Z690
last year at this time. I p..... ............ ...... $M90l4vu Aluminum
"The girls are thy," Nelson! aid L. 9 p.m. .......... .'.. .. $ Outriggers
"They" like to be /asked several 10 pm.HOW .... ..... UJ90
times But Jaycee Pageant chairman Catches Two 45 HP Mercurys PRICE KfDL'CU $100. KAC1I: IIOUR UN(1 CAN YOU WAIT ('c11U'Ua'K ouuir
Dick Granfield says the entrants HI.a
are coming in faster now and he
expects a rush in the junior and Both . . $249.00 $S9.9S $3995
senior division the coming week. Of WeekThe 14' 1.U b lift us Fury
A complete list will be released 70 HP
next week, Mercury $279.00 II liP rtlnrude: Mnlnr, c;.loc
Contestant in the junior and r' Tralltr, ('a.._aw Top, (toatrok
Stuart Sailfish Club hasissued
senior divisions will have a hot e 'II* Itomm Mrap
citations and button
at the Miss Martin County crown to
the following! fishermen through i t; "If ,.... .
and the !honor of representing the 12 Nowt $140 .
county in the Miss Florida Pageant theStuart Chamber of Commerce I ,.m. ...?.... .. $14102pm. s SKIS
In the junior division. Miss office Donald E. Reid Jr... Patrick .:w.... ...... Sl360
Stuart Jaycee will be crowned. The AFB sailfish Glenn S. Burdge, 1 _5 ,. 3 *>M. .................?.. $IJI9
position often requires the reigning Jensen' Beach, five.foot! sailfish, s 4 :. $1260 Itct; $37.9511cilund I ) $$21.95
queen to take part in official while fishing aboard the "How* RODS 5 :::. ::" ::.:...::: : $1210pm. :
ceremonies+ and in publicity picture dee,' with Captain Bill Burdge ... ... $110
for Martin distribution County that get Ann Cooley Elmhurst, N. Y., pm.: .. wy,: : -. $1110 It eg. $."005 I llcidland J $$16.95
nationwide seven-foot sailfish;. while fishing REELS A $100
IIFII SPEAK----IRY-- --- aboard" the Spray II," with Captain ',, f :::. :::: aerie: Reg. $18.95 Atlas Slu'm $$9.95
Ray Young.
tpsilon Zeta Chapter of I the Citation. issued for sailfish and LURES 10 ,.... .... .... % 9M
Beta Sigma Phi torority held a other varieties of fish: pRt'E RFDU'F.D 150, !:A'lIIOUR/ HOW UNO I / CAN YOU WAI It
steak fry Saturday evening on the Thomas f. Gustafson, For
Ijudirdale. seven-foot sailfish-

forty I i Mr*. Carol. *,,!foot GusUfson, nine.,inch Fort sailfish Lauderdale -, R''tltR: PRICE SALE 3 W, Apache Silver bugle r I ICE BUCKETS 39c I

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I E Robert Cooley Elmhurst N $ ''i

I feet Y five seven sailfish feet eight two and were one-half even $ ".50 Casting Rod $2.75 CAMPERPKKT4

I inches. feet three inches, :
seven
and. seven feet ten inches, while" $ 5.95 Bridge) Rod $2.95 i 12 N, *.. ...-... ...- ...'9.. I. Styrefoam Hats t 69 I
fishing aboard the "Spray II, $471 .
I with Ray $ 5.95 Rod $2.95 1 p -
Captain Young Spinning .
Man Carnll Hagerstown 2 :. .::::: : .... : $431
Md 3 ..... $,JS
seven foot sailfish ROM Church $13.95 HD Boat Rod $6.95 pm.4pm. ?
icy, a ward. Eutli, eighteen-pound dolphin .:::.: .. "II
while fnhmg. aboard the HD Boat Rod $7.95 % ,." .......... ... UtI.
Marboh III with Captain Bob $14.95 4 p.m. ....._...... ...... $171
Scnmsher, $1650 Surf Rod . $7.95 7 ,.... ...._.." .... 1551SJf
Connie. Marceau Eau. Gallic, I .... ........_.. .. .... $ _fI fII' ,
.d seven-o* sailfish" while "fishing I $ 725 Penn 85 Reel $3.95 9 ,... ..... .......,_ $111
aboard the "Skipper II, with
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Captain A J. Whiticar l ,... .. .. $41
Wayne A. Smith. York, Pa. I I $11.95 Penn 65 Keel $7.95 PRICE RIJU'CUl: $ee. EACh HOt'R HOW LONG CAN YOU WAtTf
IUTSTON'SOrTICE thirty-eight-pound wihoo. while MARINE PAINT
fishing! aboard the "Gulfmeam," $18.40 Penn 68 Reel $11.50
EQUIPMENT ,with C+plain Voo Jourdaa. Clutbg e*< prvwal ttotck awurted color
Decade A.... 217-U9 seven-foot Waller TOOKIO nine-inch Cocoa"lltlllls.: Beach, $12.45 Penn 109 Reel $8.50. 10 HR. SALE-A-THON TRADE SPECIAL18I7t.Crui hi .
--------------- I $25.95 Mitchell 300 $17.50 Regular $2.95 Quart

er,35HP 19 Ft. IiberglaM I Offshore I

Attention HousewivesWhy $38.95 Mitchell 402 $24.50 Evinrude and Trailer Fisherman, 75 liP Hvinrudc?

I $ 1.50 Mirror Lures 85c ttamt afoM. "M $44 LaU sash Electric Starting Motor 74 C

not take day off/? I
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90c Barracuda Lures 59c

SPECIAL Cubed Steak FOR NEXT SUNDAY Pflueger Spoons 59c $495. $895. i QUAnT90c


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aA nm, .Tt'ART!; FJa.( ) NEW, Thursday, Aujpist 2'1. 1964 'One Pint Is Same As a $25 Donation, Says Cromwell During the pest year ne/weo Milo*
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1, mun '132 of bd liven to ,*'-
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---i Hospital In Plea for Blood Bank DonorsMartin i, MW.. at a .. to *.. letg'feai J
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ilcftwrial Hospital ha wife WM J hMu.-.tIt he -r\ft6' \ in fend deflate a pint Of flood' for present, .hi. diasars.get filii
: been acotjitcd as an atKhorlzad "Heeding pr fWly! He wan given which $25 wffl !be credited 10 their dI .iI i n N.. a4ttBHvd. 98woetkit a !MNId eetlWt. .. iI
c.Ionot''n" for t"Pulm" Beach ten pints of btoart "before he died". bill. It M one way m which not .:.........- .. Ias draw for itttttse dt 4$)
Blood 'ikrt1111 \, The hoKfinl I had to py $35 for only paying patients. 'but charity PMaa '')t iIIk to kwM ....... IIJ'fIft
man the Palm Beach ah pint a total of $359 pjitiwrts. mWp the hospital meet ... 1180 far tk..* vwy fat** snake
Blood 'Bar* wIll accept blood to the Blood Bank for blood alone the coot of he" are they received (JMfrWteat cad. MWtaal dMMiaMVtfNland So If yon wwM Mua .> M
drawn at the local.hO'ipilal and wbich no one but the hospital Said Guy Cromwell "We cant alSo sink fc own teMfetemto ) donation to four *Wi
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I i give the hospital full credit for it. would fay for. Another $350 for I !sell the blood and dofil tr> to. study --technique at the Wood, 0 ifyouiealittkf ***.fIT ri:
I I 'There are several advantages to 1 hospHal service went unpaid. But we have a ,constant demand Bank .tn fata f ea h. 'Whm fltdrrequirements how bentt a Aw riot**<
I 1 the Now ifor such for we satisfied, just' like your
the hospital and to communityit charley .cases Martin few Hood 'Iff charity patients finally
nerves: : Memorial Hospital can build winch we *re never paid. If we they agreed to accept tar tuU ernltt
I a credit for blood Mood donated to "Mood drawn tit the local "WOMEN\ dtP l tHGOLf'
k ist (I). If you are going to have an up with the Just had enough hospital I
'rJl+ operation and know you will need blood bank at Palm Beach. Every' offset what we 'have to give away Blood ha a uMful life of only tWNtSSTIn
several pints of good, you can arranged pint of blood you give for the it would be a great help to the twenty-one days after which it can Tuesday1 play *f 1M Mar
:' to have it drawn In advance. hospital's credit is the tame as a hospital in meeting the expenses" no longer he lined as whole blood.It tin County Ladies Golf :Awoda-
Your friends regardless of their $25 cash donation. Only about' half the people who h therefore wasteful and shame don Btta tfc&tefMio and 'iIfIC
l s / hr blood type can donate it here at The local hospital constantly h volunteer blood are accepted. impossible' for a hospital M a mall hole
( 't.elltied for he sighlees
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the local hospital and it can be ex- called upon to give blood which It Cromwell aaid You can't !be under community to keep MI hand at all
,changed for whatever aypc blood must secure from the blood bank. twenty-one nor over uxty-five nor time a sufficient Mock of blood low net and Ida Allen eras the
o'h r'Mapt you. need from the blood bunk In The blood bank gets $25 for the 'have a cold", nor have had certain of all type which may ale netdod nine-Hole 'tow net

., n the part, donors have had to go all blood $10 more for typing storing .rte -------<
the way to the Blood Bank in Pulm and classifying it. So the hospital
Beach. I has to pay $35 for each pint
.((2.) The hospital I itself' now can ,of blood given its patients. .
accept donations of blood hB'' get whether they ever pay the hospitalfor OUTBOARDMOTOR
credit for that blood at it or not.
Bank rot example, many accident The hospital currently sending
6y cases which come to the Hospital out letters to patients who within
require blood immediately, but it i is the past' twelve months, have received
Mr ,!r never }raid for For example a man blood but did not, pay for
subbed recently ,by his common-law_ It. They are being'Invited ID come
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LEE CM/ION/! JR. There were about 200 present

WHO'S COT TILE BLUES? Carl Willard of Greensboro N. C and Dalton Anderson of Stuart I I Tom Clements, Martin Soil Conservation from many parts of Florida representing

caught eighty' choppers on the south flats of the inlet last Thursday --, and were sorting them out District representativeTrom Soil Conservation Dis-
to give to neighbor and friend when this picture wu taken Willard, who I II the husband of the former i tndiantowlCharlel Sipos, trill, agricultural agencies and
Rtmie Moore, ja a draughtsman with the City of Greensboro N. C The Willards were here visit I area speech contestant of Stuart, businesses.! We heard Dr, D. A. .SALE'
ing her pirents, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Moore, of 704 Stypmann! St., for ten days and myself were at Lido Beach Williams, administrator of the
near Sarasota on Aug. 20-21 at
:
-- the annual meeting of the Florida U. S. Soil Conservation Service,
Association of Conservation District speak o n national conservation
progress. State Senator Award::! .
Forty Hopefuls Try for Supervisors.- Fraser of a on the
The peaking contest, sponsor ::tdae.e.
"Growth of evening
rd by the Florida Association, was ON ALL 1964 MODELS OF
I banquet Aug. ;20
of 21
held on the morning Aug.
iipos. who earlier won the Mar- A number of panels were heard
Place as Tiger GridderAfter \ lain County and area contest, placed on ways to Improve Soil Conservation .
fourth in the state contest He District operations In Florida JOHNSON OUTBOARDSWhile
Avon $23 and a green'ribbon. First,I Clement, Sipos and I attend.
eight day* of practice' number of boy who played on prize winner was Sarah Faulk of ed most of the panels We also
Coach Bob Collins say there are the B team last teason are'out for BRHUL SHOWER the Okaloosa Soil Conservation sat in committee meetings for'inv
about forty boy, including eighteen practice and that they look promising District She won $150 and the I I proving recreation and wildlife ( They.Last)
lettermen, working out for I These include Wayne Carter -' The ladies of the Assembly of blue Tihbon. Donald Sipes of.the practices, public speaking contests,
places on the MCHS varsity team. Phil Featherstone, John Gray God Church are miecelIaneouA Seminole SCD was second for i and land judging contest
Lcttermen of the line who have Dave Morris, Ricky Rhode and : shower for :Miss Sharon $" and ribbon. Bob Strltklin\ of The annual meeting closed with CASA RIO! BOA T&MOTOR] SALES'
reported Six practice are Phil Ho- Jim Tucker linemen. Among the Ross Wednesday' Aug 26 at the the Gulf SCD Was third, winning the election of association officer inc.
fan, Billy Mathers, Ken Odoni, new and promising, back* are Earl I church. Mba Ross: of Stuart and $'0 and ribbon. There were also Tom Ford of Bryceville i il president -
Bobby Pentiums Marty Rehn. 'Jordon, Jim Humphrey, Terry' Bart Lippa of Jefferson, Ohio now winning contestants from Lee, ; Foye W. Ootern of Mayo, 440! RT. 707 RIO JENSEN BEACH
berg, David Smith and Johnny Rogers Ricky Soammcll and Tommy In Titusville, are to be married Flagler, Columbia, and Ockloc vice president,, and O R, Minton ......... .
Wo d. Sept 27.COMNIUNII'Y. knee SCDs. of Fort Pierce, secretary-treasurer
Wyatt. __ ___ __
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Halfbacks u
are Clark Collins, Ed
Collins says (lie can use more
Clifford, Ralph Kramer and Jerry : SUPPERSea
Merklmger Quarterback material, and that all comer will
ar* .
Mike Crook end Buck Mtuldin. : he given a fair tryout. Regular Point Gale, Harbor a wildcnernes and Lighthouse of tarts tomorrow! pick your deal! come .
Conch Collins reports" that a practicetime u 3 p.m liMon AIf.WllItn../
only little ever a year, had It* first
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first community covered! dish supper and get 'em I special prices-no money Tubelest Tire
111 IJ A. A.. t.d .J D.'I"! L I IFl 1 asaasaselt at the home to Mr and Mrs I FOUR FOR

E Lewis. There were approximately down.compact to big-car.sizes! jflJ e.oo' -... ..
I PALM CITY NEWS seventy-five In attenaanctWe SPECIAL POR
believe this i ia quite a re- COMPACTS sli: X48'
: MRS ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582 cord for the n e w development t
which hat taken place in the Stuart "lul bi act 4 M. tone
+taMtwiaal M
-- area. One of the outstanding
feature of the supper were the WhitAWAllc92.5O
Chapel Will Become delicious cakes baked by the host. more ,each
II Everyone had a wonderful time

First Baptist ChurchSunday and with enjoyed their neighbors.letting acquainted GOODYEAR r

I Present wr Mr. and Mr, B Won All.Weather 42
Au,. 23 between the guest from Veto Beach, Indian. Brim and family, Mrs. Betty Pan. Tube.type tires
). 1230: and 4 p.m. with : town, West Palm Beach and Ti- nell and family! Mr and Mr*. Foun FOR
gtielts and member* numbering tusvllle Other In the Indian River William Bishop' Mr and Mrs 4
near 300, the First Baptist Church District were present, Wilier Homer, "Mr' and Mrs J. SPECIALI'OR Q.70 $ Q 3
tl Palm City wa dedicated. Arnold Bauer, presented thd B. Beach Mr and Mrs J, A. Riley, x15
U began a* the Baptist t Chapel, token deed. being transferred from Mr, and Mrs. Russel' Nickerson OLDER CARS oof
a mission church five year ago the First Baptist'Church of Stuart. and family, Mr. and Mr. H C.
Ins IM act 4*M tlTMVhitewalls
The first Sunday school class was Valuation In dress of $25,000 Hoffner and ion Mr and Mr*.
held May 3. 1959 in the civic I With donated labor, L. H. Conrad and family Mr*. PRE-LABOR \
tenter with lortyoltven In attend. Rev. J. W. Marion, interim pastor Dorothy Allen and ton. Mr and DAYSALE f 2.OO more .. &
Inc.. This past Sunday 144 were of the United Church of Christ Mrs Edward Stagmuller, Mr _
in attendance (Congregation), brought a con and Mrs William Smith and family
Ground wa broken July 1(5(, 'gratulatory and ''inspirational message Mr. and Mr*. R. B. Davis Mr ..
1959, for the first section of the from his church
and Mrs. William. Lowe and family .
Church by Roy H. Ymglmg' The church I la well on its way Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph Nylon Tubeleu All Tins 42
Lappin,
Rev. M. L. Proust was the and from past record it is sure
first minister with services being Ito continue. Roy Lappin Miss Glenda Hamilton { FOUR FOR
held in the church for the first from Atlanta., Ga., Mrs Helen
time Oct. 25, 1959. Rev, Henry Mr. and Mrs $ B. Bean and Dluck well and daughter from SPECIAL POR 7 aO '
Tatunv was called Dec 16, 1962, I son, Jack and Leon have been Mum) S7 '63 CARS sly $44
to start his pastorate visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs I
:The ceremony wan. an impresalye I Herbert Daniel Tho Bean family GOODYEAR TIRES ita tM n*4 M. KmWhiUwtllt
one with many speaker and J ia from M \lllolI. Ala.' F1l.osAU )

-- Mr. and Mr*. William Smith WITH TUFSYN I 13.00 mor**Mh
lie Reatttifttl for Fall and children have just returned ,
from Pdnnm Springs, when they
JJ'IIa New Style from attended a family reunion with
her parents, Mr and Mrs. B Q.
I 8 PARK PLAZA Blaikwell.Mr ... Nylon AII-WMth
NOT "SECONDS TutelM* Tires, ,
and Mrs.' Rowland. Heiart FOUR FOR
BEAUTY SALON from New Jersey have !been visiting I "RETREADS" tim f .

:: _317 W OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-JMI .his mother at Sea Gale Harbor .- I The/n Famous Cootfytar 7mTUP8YN SPECIAL POR 1 X $72'

OWNER GEORGIA IIARDWICK
Mr and Mrs. Gardener, Sail.*. I LARGER CARS sl:.

OPERATOR B.RBAILJl1JNTI'R bury N G. are' spending two w.,.... tiprau..n" Mine lost aline 9tw. ee act 4 ell.Wnei.
.___-- week with ,Mr. and Mr*. R CHoffmcr n "'" ....... .....,. W1aJtewaD.:
RECEPTlONlm BfTTYE IIARD\\ICK .
---- 3.T NYLON -- 92.90 nor* '*eb
Mr and Mrs. Mthaley from !.:. arMe end ............. .... ...... tie'
i Port Salerno have apent the WMK. I I'Ii ear N saes 1& n..s.5w. Mss..
end with the Hoffrwn.
GOLFNew I "NO LIMIT"GUARANTEEMflM
Shirley Higbee and friend, Nancy srist. ___ ..... Ie ......... r tMon AiFWN'INf'
Whltconlb Clinton. Conn. arespending b -a sun Ipsoe ....... .M Yes. "ubetires
Martin County Golf& Country Club a week with Shirley'} tut ( M'O.ALL ,. POUR FOR

Jr. LUQE BOULEVARD a. Tare right )rust "before citwlag mother, Mr. Evelyn Higbe SIZES IN STOCK i 8.OOI -

New Bridg to Beach Lea Palmer lisa returned to his We.sea .w.sasat r, ( HMUH w" ..Ml..-..If., .jlw.....nuts.'. ".wt. SPECIAL IeOR &2O $89
horn on Second Street. ahtf being \ tw.bn..nebra.t LUXURY CARS JJJ
NEW SUMMER RATES called to Cherry Valley, Ohio, a I itsa
COMPLETE due to a \lea II\. rw a.ii. tone
Greens Fee
18-HOLE COURSE Mr. and Mr AI Bursanl art WWMwaa. h
$2.50
at home on North Retlley from a 12.60motr *a.obOs

.. ... ...... ...... ..._ ...... ...... two-week, viui i in Washington GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE LIMIT" GUARANTEE
-- ELECTRIC CARTS --. D. C. **>* ." HI1I Ml ne aaru/Mnl"w tmtvJ* KMt M to***** WM ......... INSTANT CREDITj III.A

1$ Hokt $5.00 Harlin Gllloopw .r(* home from ..:.,... MIl ,... ... -.0, w.rm Amnion w sa.eea4 m ants' EASY TERMS
9 Hale .... 3.00MEMBERSHIP Martin Memorial) Hospital recuperating Ira%.'"niti TI:teal"'-aaeite: "ssaaaara""'" i,"d s Nr Men, bsewn'esrns l,P TO
after bring struck by N. .. Non sr e- ... ,auass ne a nee Mansa ne a...ait Ysi A fun set .r tim" M
: nil: and::: run driver a Ma --. ... mom a.pw ".... 12 MONTHS -Jr:..a-...... IiWS 4w

MEMBERSUVJNrnATION nl 100.00 TO PAY .

SINGLE: ftlEMBERMHP 10.00 Stewart Vsnkirk returned Thursday
DOUBLE MEMSKRMUT .. .. ._ from a thrr-wck' visit in
100.00
New Jersey, Arizona and Mexico.
DRIVING RANGE AND COMfLETE COLT MIDI1 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS There ara nearly 18,000.000

MATT MOORE,' Prop.' ROBERT M. WILLIAMS Mgr older Americans, the* over si*.
Dial 287-2274 tvfrv*. including their 257 R Osceola Ave. Dial 2874242
12,(MX) who have paued
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The transfers shoved' up I in I 1ItftI.u
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Cttttl Or Til.INKS!
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, Publiw. health Foundation are nilJames I whh to thank my friend _:
o Rand! foundation anti are World) War I bmMw! American
assessed on county tax roll at ,
the
g legion Auxrhary names at
X'I I abed S"700000( Each wan Iran the !hospital Rev. Tweedy and
fitted fw $100 deed "stamps show the ladies of the (omrmimft)
The Seminole Shore development Church, who sent fk..wtfIt '" II"all ,

.x part of (the holding transferred appreciated during n\v ''ltlIh -
'''It. ..... .: '!"'': A total l of 4831 In the Seminole I. the hospital -J

Shore area were transferred Raymond White Sr .::

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II SMOKEY: BEAR, the oM forest fire fighter, arrived on a City of Stuart flit truck Wednesday to f
I congratulate young members of the summer! reading classes at Martin County Public Library on the 1
I completion of their course

BIGGFSTOF BIRniD\Y, GIFTS came to Arthur L 'Kellcy' Au,. 21, when-: he was permitted 1 to

MARTIN MEMORIAL make his first solo flight in an airplune He was 16 that day, and is I now looking forward lo n year
I ,Memorial Service Is Held for I HOSPITAL hence when he can get his pilot license." 'Arthur'took his first'fl>'ing lesson al f 3 from Milion Craig
I Births-Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
.Mrs..Simmons Johns, a son, Aug. 19; Mr. and He I Ia shown here. with his mother Mrs. Burton L. Kelley and his instructor, Rusty I 1IIItIwpC\ St. WHILE THEY LAST!
I by Woman Club Mrs. Paul Bellas" a son Aug, 22. Lucie Skyways Witham Field. .

j Aug. 18-Admitted. Larry .- .- --. .
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memorial service for the late Mrs. Joseph Jarrclt cochairman : -+ Jarhsion, William Miers. Donald FfRST'COt1T'PIRSTSPR1"/
Mf!. Linwood 1. Simmons, part of the Feb. 20 bazaar reported Van de Water. Sally Brinklcy' Mrs. Archie Is' J. II 'frnwn Still
president: of the Woman Club of I that the entire membership has Hazel Ramey Mary Johns, and Strickland In Coma Condition; sI)1
Stuart, was conducted by Mrs. I received the first in a series of Laura Bell Crumbley; discharged,
George H. Boot, at the opening newsletters relating plans for this Larry Jamison and Anna Cole. Honoree at Birthday PartyMrs. Mrs. 'Earl: Tillniin. aciompan Jet B Multi-Mile
of the business meeting of Aug event. Booth chairmen: who will man. led by Mr and Mr*. Dalton An-
19-Admitted, Hilda
19. serve on this project include Mrs Aug RIVIERA
demon drove to l-altelimd last
Mrs. ''Lowell Tracy reported the Peter Guesno, In charge of stamp Pfkig. ,Edwin Rolliwn! Jr..' Mary Archie Strickland: was the I Strickland's birthday was again Sunday where they visited Mr.
I I Progress made by the committee book collection; Mrs Hugh Gawn Shelton and infant boy 'Johns; guest of honor last Saturday evening celebrated with a party given by Tillman't three brother and her
for the Pioneer Center for the needle and handcraft, and Mrs. discharged. Martin Blanchtt Ellen when her husband was hOlt her daughter Miss Pam Strick: father J, A. Brown, who I I. in the 100% DUPONT
Ortiz, Donald Van de Water,
handicapped The Woman's Club H. S. Haley who will supervise! at a birthday-dinner parly given land. Refreshments Included Ie.erea'n hospital!. a* a result 'of an automobile
William,
lull provide curtains, and other the white elephant and book stall Herman Mosley, Mrs. at their home on Krueger Parkway and a beautiful birthday accident on A II'. I lf, in Vii'
Brammeier and Infant ,
| accessories! for the recreation I Mrs. Lmdsley Cummmgs' toy Au ( boy John Do- take that had been made by Mae art. In which h. and Mr. lillman I '
2-Admitted.
room of the center. Mrs C. R. booth will include eight varieties Lena Attending were Mis i Diane Wil Strickland.: were Injured. I 'A"t/jill/ NYLON
Vanderveer reminded the mem- of( handmade toys Mrs C. E. Reynolds man.Blyth Dotty' Tbmlmson Boggess! and Dorothy Mary ton, Mr and Mr. O Smith Mr. I Guests were. Mrs. Mae Barnes Mr. Hitman report that her
fen to stress other asistance'which will he chairman of the 'Edwin and Mrs. John Williams, Mr and father has mil not regained consctousMss -
Louise' Wilson
the club is to this school and Mrs Peter ; discharged and Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes FOUR FULL PLY
giving jewelry counter I Rollmnon and White. Mr* Gua Schlesier, and Miss Pam end the I II slowly re-
for the handicapped Members are Cecilio booth will display a variety Raymond Strickland. and children put, George and cuperatmg
2 I-Admitted. Met Paul
to continue to collect I of cake, breads and cookies. I Aug. .
On Sfra. John.
newspapers Monday evening NOT Two PlyGUARANTEED
I Belles Mrs Carl Porter Trevar .. .. .:_
and magazines and to credit their Mrs. K E Griffith i arts and J. Addy, Leslie llammick/ and 1ABIBIK: CROtPMtlfS I
stamp books to the center. A sec- I crafts exhibition and Mrs C R, Amed .: : ON SHI. 2
Rodriguez Mary
discharged ,
find field trip will be made to the Vanderveer s plant booth will again Shelton Nicholas DHia. Elizabeth Glass"VaughWedding Held The Tabebtiia Irmip\ of the '
Pioneer Occupational Center I in 'be featured at this years bazaar Allison. Mary Wilson Hilda Garden Club of' Stuart will hold 750 I 14 ,.
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the fall by the members at the inflation Mrs Andrew Fcrrara will be in Pflug and Andrew Ponton.Aug Its first meeting of f the lItaIC1I1 sinSept. i
of Ray Radtke director. I'Charge of special prizes At First MethodiSt. Ch11rd 2 ht V:30 1\,111. in the' homeof TubelcssS :
22-Admtted. infant boy i IN WRITING TO WEAR,
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Mrs.J. Edward Book ani.Mrs.George Ifo new adrtionfor"-the I 1-965" B lra\.: AVdrey 'Grim", Sally Mri Richard t Andren Fatales, Mrs, (fred Niert- 'R.VlntJ MILES t
: 27 MONTHS-20,000
Kaufman announced plantfor bazaar will be a country store
operated A. B. Kane.rrerry Prange of''
and Zeigler 'The First Methdoist Church law of the bride was matron ling and Mr Donna Simmon will .UK'PHUT:
a coffee card party on Wed-. I by Miss Jean Son and James Palmer; discharged was the setting on Friday.. Au,. honor and her street.length dress he co-hoitcsse' *. I hi.li Win*0TUNELESS
tiesduy.. Sept. 9 at 10 am at the Miss Heckler Helen Funnell will ,supervise Mrs.a snack Margaret Dorothy Blyth. Sally Brinkley. Lena 21, for the wedding of Mm Mil. I wa of blue organdy over match: John C Bonerl will\ be the guest ='F'==,+ ..rl.. .;
Clubhouse bar that will refreshments Boggess Laura Bell Crumbley, dred E Glass and Carroll A. Ing taffeta Her corsage wa of speaker and will lulk on Sprinkler -........--..,.....-. :..
serve
... W. S. Mile, William Flowers and
-- throughout the day. Travor Vaughan" Ihe douhle ring ceremony pink rosebud. Syttem and GrassesMr :I S 13"IU9 27 o..rurr.-.
I Addy was perforred by the Rev. I James Marshall served as best, *. Robert Foster' president I 3 "
Mrs! H. M. Newsome, directorof
EA
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Allan R Stuart
Aug Dorothy at ,
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man. Mid the' Tahehun'a I yearbook for
the Woman's Club of Stuart '
Phillips: discharged Terry Prange is the daughter : Following the I the 1 1V64-A5 will he distributed to I'
r choral announced that the :: : ceremony .
: group liali.!i Hammick, Dorothy Bigger, I
Mr, and Mrs f John '
member the
to at meeting
newlyweds on a trip Bridge* NOW6OOx
first rehearsal will be held on Amed Rodriguez, baby boy Johns, :r ::
and .
Bauer Sr the brkfegroom'sparents &
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Wednesday Sept 16 at 10 a.m. ton( N. J. Upon their morn r.-* -
I with I new style She slated that members who have William BassieAug. Miers, and\ Marguerite Albert Vaughan.The are the .late Mr and Mr, I ception will\ be given i In their honJof Member of Royal Paint Re ()() 13 . . $14.12 . . $10.59
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their Intention ; hckah Fort
not previously indicated I at the home of Mr and MrtJ lodge driving to J

from FVSHIONKTTF: croup will of be joining welcome J this to join singing at Barthel, Alice 24-Admitted.Bishop, Flue Eugene Gross, length bride dress wore fanhioned I tailored of street beige lames Marshall in St. Lucle were Pierce f for Mr' some. Grace of t the Hall meetings noble: 650x13; . . 516.49 . $12.37

this The time.nett business meeting will Verna discharged Bowen.Sally and Ziegler Ethel ,Shelton Hazel; eyelet with complemented light tan taffeta background whit- I Shore Mr.. Vaughan .it employed at and grand Mr: Mrs.. I. D Clara(tray Mae, both Tsima past SOOxH850x14( ) . $IHHJ . . $14.17

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rb 1i be held on Wednesday, Sept. 16 Paul Ramey Bella Audrey and Infant Griffith.boy I Katherine Mrs.- accessories and a corsage' of yellow Poor Bob In Jensen Beach and grand matriarch of the laden I f ) . . $201)8) . . $15.06)
at 1230 p.m. Olvir and Gencvieve Ka.min.lt. rosebuds.' I Mr Vaughan I is associated with'Martin I Fncampment of Florida: Mr. Pd- I

Miss Barbara Walker Slypmann .! "Mr*. Arnold Bauer, sinter-in-/ County!__High School.___ na--Ir"mclInd_.-\ _Mr_. ._Myrtle_ I hie--. I i 900. 950 x: 14 $23.64 . . $17.73

Boulevard, has returned from an Mr*. Arthur Beer and baby 640x15670x15 . . $13. 2 . . $ 9.77
extended vacation trip which included daughter, kay Kay, have teturned
May in, Washington D. to their home In Cranford. N. ns' "''" YOU CAN SEND; '1'? T V () . . $15.36! . . $1152
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C., and Evansville and Chicago J. following a visit with the E. ,
I 111. She left Stuart in June A. Surges family 710x15 . . $16. r; . . $12.41

Mr*. Wilbur Ferguson and MM Sally :Allard; : I student at C LIc! t.uNrt e\tJ 760x15800.820x15. . $18.39 . . $13.79
daughter. Kay France and Deb-
i! Fashionette ro Ann returned last Tuesday to Louisiana State University, I II here ()() $21.27 . $15.95
their home in Ciulfport; Mis Theyare for a month' visit with her'moth\
former residents of Stuart and er, Mrs.. Hazel Allard.
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BEAUTY SALONs : 'a s-ill TYPE ul : NOW
were here visiting Mr. Ferguson'smother (.dill- wl t640x15

COLORADO FLORIDA AVENUE Mrs. France Ferguson. CARD OF THINK () . . $12.60>!><<) . . $ 9.45
STUART.

OPEN MOV. Mini. SAT.. Mr, slate Attic president Gardner of of the Jacksonville Rebck- We wish for to thank their. the promptness fire departments ,': JJ-IoIUJ 670 x 15 . . $12.64 . $ 9.48
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MARIE WttS, OWIMT p. ah Assembly made her official and our neighbor and friend for 710x15 . . $14.00( ) . $10.50
visit last weekend to Loyalty Re- their many act of kindness and

A.. IludMM Operator ft Cnee Beddewt bekah Lodge No. 99, Fort Pierce. offers of help.Marguet 760x15() . . $16.00 . . $12.00

DIAL 2TM9W 'A picnic scheduled meeting and I Newman and Family tOO.) 820 IS $1838 . . $1379;
a banquet were held. d1t. l ,1t Let M UM .the futtmm stefoer.. a Htrie M of (Muse. .. your far away atodtirf Bask

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6A THE STUART (TU.) NEWS Thursday, AupiM 27, 1964 Cloverleaf seven yean, of which I to get h touch with Miss Burdine
Carol Is Utiwe camp counselor at tfce Agricultural! Center," sheMichael ,
Olney Outstanding in4H :tt.a&v rstioa with this said IfII I IIII.

writer was finally twitched from

___ ____ _I IFtV Goal Sales clothes he to loved food,to Carol make admittedthat German day from Parity Long Island returned, N Sun.Y.,
Work Fashion
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; chocolate cake The recipe for it it where he visited relatives and;
on the package in which she buys friends Monday he entered Indian
imported chocolate, Its the i icing
River Junior in Fort
One of Martin County out- Carol baa carried projects in cook- Martha Burdine, Martin County I like best," she said i It is rich College
standing 4-H Club members lit a ing, nutrition and room improvement Home Demonstration Agent, and and creamy and full of nuts" Pierce
young lady who at the age of Carols mother have directed i her I Carol would like to see more
; seven, developed an almost insatiable Her interest in sewing began alI I 4-H club activities, and she gives Martin County young folks join A parcel post !!service was established -
desire to sew and make a fifth grade student in Fulton, them full credit for her achievements 4-H Clubs, Tell them that if in the United States for the

garments, Today, ten years 'later, Mich, where her folks were living there's no club in their community first time Jan. 31. 1913
fY r she Is about to enter Florida State at the time "1 could hardly Since her first sewing of doll ---- ---
{ !w ,rWa University, Tallahassee' to prepare wait until I reached ten years of clothes ten years ago, Carol has -
3 to embark on a career of age to join 4-H," she declared. She made everything from beach gar u. .
fashion merchandising has been a member for ten years menu to formats, for herself, her ;
This young lady is Carol Olncy -all in Florida sisters and her mother '. r
daughter of Mr, and Mri Ed Now, Carol is eager to get to "All I need to have all the
Olney of Skyline Drive, Jensen FSU and start her career in fashion clothes I want, f is money with ';'
1 Beach. Her father operates Jensen merchandising "1 love to which to buy material:' she said #:
Hardware. travel," she said, -and that\ kind laughing. Incidentally, her ward- "
n. t. Carol, who was graduated from of work promises considerable robe is jammed with garments she tl Y a.J n
f t y r5 v Martin County High School in travel I hope to get to Paris some has made. ,.: ., :
/i June, will enter FSU next month. day," she continued Her 4-H Club work has raid
The trip to Tallahassee will be Carol first real taste of travel off, not only in a room full LOIS KRISTOFFERSEN
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f'I "old hat to her however, an the came lust year when she was one clothes, but in awards and free PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALTON
? attended State 4-H Club Shows of several Martin County students trips as well She has exhibited at 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE; 287-4453
qM there In 1961 and 1962 who spent 10 weeks in Honduras I Florida State Fair, Tampa. six

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4-H Club sewing projects. STUART STUART
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I Therese Knowles Paintings; Set SHOPPING CENTER A R M Y N A V Y SHOPPING CENTER




For Exhibit at Elliott Museum DISCOUNT STORES,

*;.d Package of 12 FILLER PAPERBoys

The paintings of Therese B She has been painting steadily River Shores, who h chairman'of PENCILSBuy

Knowles, talented artist, of Fort since she first began experiment Martin County Historical Society Short Sleeve
Pierce, will be exhibited In a "one I ing with oils about seven yean ago 's art committee, stated that a an ample supply 350()
woman show" at the Elliott Museum Her works have been on display continuous 'revolving show" of \\ of pencils for the whole SHEETSLimit
Sept. I-20. with the Florida Federation of Art creative work by Florida artists SPORT SHIRTS \ school year while they !
at the DeBary Manion in Orlando, is planned for the coming year. (J 2
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at this ,
A native of France, Mrs are /
with the Brandcis National Women -
In order to make art work
Knowles came to Fort Pierce to '
Committee of Palm Beach price
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loin her husband after World War "available to the people, Mrs. An exceptionally floss buy In
at the Fine Arts Festival there, and local
Dunn said that a number of
11 I, and her early instructions were she was a prize winner at the Sean and nearby artists are being invit- Y fully sanforized, waohahle shirts.Asworted .
received from Beanie Backus, who exhibit In Fort Pierce ed to take part in a "Christmas plaids, stripes and '

recognized her talent and gave Another Sean winner, Joe Kel- Workshop" Oct. 27.Nov. 1 and a solids so popular this fall.
her ment.a great deal of encourage: leher of Rio, will follow Mrs. I Clothesline Show" Oct. 31.Nov. sorted colors. Sizes{ 6 14. :

Knowles with a one-man show at 1, be followed by crafts ex 4 As'm
LieU\t. AUtKHrlftKMKfT' the museum Oct. 6-25 The work b1f.

IV TMM 'IIII""T <'Ol NT "V THM of both artists! is currently being hibitThis will give the public the opportunity
NIMIII JinilMI, IIHIIIT.", Judged at Atlanta after being on ;
KIOHIDt.! Ill A\11 rOH MAIM to see artists at work, \
various in the
T'Iv lot STY, display at points
: SO SXWI South and to purchase Various productsof I
30ANNtv&'NKLYINK!: '"Ire..ve. I tI Mrs. Roland Dunn of North I the arts and crafts.
C VINYL LUNCH KITS,
WILLIAM W h11 llefenrtiintWOTKH LYIN, t HR.ST PTA MEETING I o ,
TO HtFMHUTO '
: MIlXlAM N MH.LVJN The first executive committee
ISIS Munlen KllWlf INDIANTOWNNEWS meeting of Warfield School Par- ., Full color TV covers Electronically
>" ttrivtll", North ('arolln.rnr.arr f
?;\ for hereby Wvoro nitirioit* ah'\I": \: :: ent Tuesday Teacher night Association at the school.was held BOY S r sealed vinyl box with unbreakable ,

filed .a-ali' .t :loll In Ih. above 4" carrying handle.
mum. 'dIl.o. are horrbr required / The first regular meeting will Combed Cotton
to M/ of mur ..nSwor be held Tuesday Sept 8 at :30
or othei dofrnaei t. the complaint DOROIIIY MCALLISTER ;
MRS i
with he Clerk of the nbovebffi An election will be held fillthe SLACKS Com areA
tylvd: Court on or si,(..m- Correspondent 597-2557 offices of president and seem
tmr 'H, 1961, end furnlnh Plaintiff at $2.00
tlnrnna'a d.'nI 'nnlnd .bvlnw with s IPr' tary at this meeting. All interested ; wonderful I assortment of i ry :
Hereof, other wine. the .limntloH -. invited .
c"p> parents and teachers are :
> tit the Complaint will .h* I liken material and colon, styled
a. rnnf med by youWITNKHH Janet McAllister toattend.
for comfort and good hale "i'r ,,
J nr
my hand PERSONALS .cos
Bid Court .t Stuart Flor.ln.. till Observes BirthdayA u e
14th. 614 1 j1RYFHY; ( ml I'ICHI'leClork A I I.,, .m" Miss Sparkle Dustin Is now I!' r m Assorted color and designs

of III,. I'Ire,ill Court birthday party was held la working at Kindred in Stuart. 4'f 'f J
:By Juantte fn" fluid' w Compare at 99cBoys'
honor of Janet McAllister Mon- ,
Deputy (On' .
IflRCCTT: tot:KT. siSAI.l2.11IIuneyISIlW.'a :: day, Aug 24, by her aunt and Leon at Palm Howard Beach is now Junior a College student 1'1' SternCompare 6 to 1C ;:

.* 14nryl'IITtie unclci Mr, and Mn. Lloyd H I
rel'u"I" Avenue Smith and her parents, Mr and -
Tub)>tm' Aug Heath' '17; ,Florid aryl t; 111; n, 1.MMUMH Mrs Floyd McAllister Congratulations to Sylvia Beach : up to $3.95

; -nf-MI*' HUTU HUM. IK The room was decorated in red who celebrated her sixteenth birth- or Girl's 20" CONVERTIBLE BICYCLE
inn' to M UI: '<'i,uw.' IOIHTMUITH and while with strings of balloons day Tuesday, Aug. 23,

.(till II. V (lH NTt, rTM OKH Cake! punch, and party snacks Sieve Napier of Juno is visitIng Girl's Scuffproof Extra fine quality construction

JOHN LIVFIIIILbrlalnllt' )I IKHEU were !served! with W L Beach for a few SADDLE SHOES Quickly converts from boy'sto
Clifford
\8. Those attending were .
days. girl's model. Includes training
!: CLBAVBIf'1rfrndnul'Ii 1 Hataway, LaVerne Sowers, Diane

vlrluo nf a U rlt of Hxorutlmt) I Howard Sanford Kockecharlie, Earl Gleaton! returned horn I, wheels.LePage's .
'In m)' honda .10'1.11' dui of th.Small .- Chip Jordan Prevton Tucker, Linda from New York he spent Compare '
rielma' Court In a aunt of were
John Uttretl nualnel prod' ClearerI James, Roy McLaughlin, Deb the latter part of summer at $1.99Traditionally r-
dal I::I, all-.t .Julirmenl. hound on belm which...mid...rd.d*xe In.'utlonaa 111. ald Hataway, Linda. Baker B. J. Pamela Schermer of Hob ': "\ k ?
Hn nil (lalma Co.irl Uen Book, I Wall, Pamela Schermer, Nora Sound Is spending a few days with S
have 'lavlel on all Hithl, till mid Earl Gordon, Eugene "Nora Mitchell before school starts. rr
Mitchell .
,
the aald FVed ( lee.vei' 0
t In I''d'n; : lie lluwlnv; Of";:.rllvl Adams, Ken Odom Carol Yoder, The InUiantown Volunteer Fire
proporly' Ior.lyd I" At.\I" thwnty.
e'Iorida. 10 wit: Jeanell Prevail Sparkle Dustin, i Department announced that it ,
John Henry Williams, Edwin Williams :
Lot will! Issue a stop order on all t\\
tot 41 and Kant J VII fort of i
4. A aa .hnwn .on Hiaffort *. Bill Merlin, Mervin Wal- checks it UMUCS which: are not .
III?.k Htirvey Map dated r'ebruary dron, Billy Wayne Parsons Earl
cashed within sixty days.Mrs. .
riIs1! 24 ll.p 41. Martin\ County tlorlda 1'ub111 Sandra Mixion! Vickie Young- i Mildred H.ygood! and H
Giant
:Keoorda, All Purpose Big ReI
blood, Jimmy Odoni and David family an new residents on Jackson -
N:,,the In hereby nlven lint an Jones Avenuj Sirs Haygood! will
"'''dn.'a, Ihe. lidilay, ,o5 Jrpt m
her, m U b.1 w..." I5'I hour. .fII be the new Junior High Schoolmathematics HOUSEHOLD TAPE HUDSON
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door of tbe Martin <' ninty' Court A of the Women's Society WsrfieM School Is I atled
fleeting
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I:ime I will, aell all rUM. title and again open PAPER
!nterett of the aald Prod ('leaver.... .. ) of Christian Service was for the 1964-65 School year with I I saddles 'la black and TOWELS
nand tu Public the above AurtUn deatrlbed la the |p.W"I.dtd iUh-/ held I Monday' Aug 16 at the homeof eleven new teachers Mr. Thomashas white Extra serviceable. 400"* i 58"LPages

: fir ,:ah In, aatlafy. aald Mrs Bess leighow. There were a new secretary Mrs Betty uppers and Ioal U.lBoy's l> AO Pur-
execution aid all care
ten member Nlekle The teacher
present. are busy
niven sitter hand and iealthl lot Soles
my roM
Household
mill, day of A'if uet, IOHI<< The program wan, "How to making preparation for next week j e f
runT MARTIN t.* IIAKh.ll.t'I5eTI': WHKHirr rU>HIHA Worship," and was. presented by when all the youngsters will start Tap. IMS 1000 MM / tRW F 4 4

run AUV, It, ttopt. ,1. 10. It, 1"1t Mrs. Betty Nukle after a short back to school rotNHi. the house, Hudson

business meeting. TAKES f9k offlc or school.. t

DAVID DUNCAN r.

NOW W J\1.s. SUPPER At'QUAlICCOUR.seDavid Fruit of the Loom T
The Women Missionary Society Duncan hat been selectedby
of the Dunklin Memorial Bap. Martin
the County Chapter '
The CHEAT tint Church held a buffet supper American Red Cross, to attend; the Shirts and 1
Tuesday night Aug 17, at the National Red Cross AquaticSchool t
CardSALE
Greeting church. at Hendenonville, N. C

The room was decorated in red He is I receiving incttuction there Briefs e
and white with multicolored bal for ten days until Avf 30. Th s** 1

loons. The centerpieces for the Instructors' course will qualify WhM T-Shlrta keep ./
tables were hibiscus, and fern. him to teach in the summer program ,, wtf.rwlav++
their shape thrvuch Regular
ALL CARDS Those attending were Mr and I here.SNDY"S. ........ / I, 1 g +
Sirs Archie Cox, Rev and Mrs nZtlc Skfs 49c ListT.V.
Ted Lott. Mr, and Mrs. Dick TRAILER PARK wrist ar. rjj,
Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd\ Me- EXPANDING:' IAC1LIT1ES styled for cwifort and t ..JT > tfrtedom ,
l Nov SPONGWtUTT .'
... Williamson of of anovcncajt. r 221
lOcEACH Allikter. Mr and M.. Lloyd Sandy Sandy's .
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Smith Mr, and Mrs. Alvin York Trailer Park north U S. 1, has .tNf'7. ......
Mrs. W. P. Brooks and Mrs. Lee announced expanded facilities for T U B ES 1t.s.f 11 ranI.eee ll. "-.
Barnhill. strailer storage, for parking of a. ..... .
tint Corns W Pkklna unoccupied trailers, with maintenance -
While Very Ij4 Cbngratulatiuin\ \ to Steve Mc and repair facilities, plus
TOCK UP ON AIL Cabs Allister who celebrated his elev refurbishing and a "ready for use /111bdy AI
tOil ALL OCCASIONSVALENTINE'S enth birthday Sunday, Aug. :25Vickie on your return' plan. t' .... ......

New: T'"
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Slocumb had as her OtY MrETTNG: SET 9
Takti
birthday gift from her parents a FOR NEXT MONDAYA Yo.r
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weekend trip ot Daytona Beach. meeting of Stuart City Commission .
BOOK tCOM SHOP Vickie and Cheryl Sears and her scheduled for Monday sw.&
... LAST OCCAM BLVD.Oeee4 .
i family left Friday attern oon, Aug. : to
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Hit: stUARt (Florida) NEWS Thursday, Angus! 27, 1964 1-B
I Mrs. Bobinski? Was HonoredIn Ile .
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SOCIETY NEWS Farewell Party Recently AlessiO'Kemer Wedding Held I IAl


St. Joseph Church Aug. 22 '
Mrs Konrad Bib saki i wa honored and gift for the Hohmski's new
l last week with a farewell hens .hi Eau (.'dlll
party given by friafld at the courthouse Mr. Bobmski is unployed\ by Mrs Mary F. AtaMO, Hibiscus the wedding and reception Included I
where she baa been employed RCA at Patrick -\If I ore Ba.seMrs. I I'irk iiid Paul H. Kerner. were Mr*. Ralph Piano NorUweJo/ '
as a secretary m the office of Bohmski .i n J their little united in marriage Saturday afternoon N. J J., daughter of Mrs. Paul Ker- 1
1v "t the county engineer daughter, Barbara I l\nn who was' : 1 Aug 22, t>y the Rev, Jan ner; Mr. and Mr*. C. Newmanand r
+ r The cake she I Is holding in the born in bdinburn scotland in ks I JanusKwski The 4 o'clock I cere
f photo was baked for the occasion 1960, are slaying with, Mrs BobinskT nuns look place in St. Joseph ion, John, Clearwater; Mr. .
by Mrs. W. J. Griffin and parents! Mr and Mrs I, (itholic,, Church on East Tenth and Mr. M. Lorabaidi Cap
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decorations on it featured a sugar- Wilbur Glass, in Rio md! plan to 1 4 Sin 01I Kennedy and Mrs. V. RUMO and '
spun stork and a teddy bear. The join Mr Bobmt in Eau Gallia I he bride wore a street-length ton of Long Island, N. Y.
honoree received lovely baby gift !soon ,h.tlhIyl" dress of blue linen Other guests included John Ker-
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rt ra embroidered! In white. A wisp veilultirncd ncr Mr. and Mr*. J. (Gcssin Mr. {
her small hut touched and Mr. P Greco, Miss M. Ore-
Miss Rosenberg Is SpeakerAt i with sequins and her cordage was go !Mr and Mrs. R. Keeling Mr.
: i I contemn with a white cattlcya and Mn. trunk lorsKrrg' Mr.
i< orchid and Mri (,. llugnon Mr and
District Meet of B.P. w:; -k' "" ) :Mrs I Lombard! of Fort Pierce Mn A I"'rl"IMr.' unit Mn.
} F. Mm) Mi and Mrs, A Pudova,
was matron of honor. She woretrcct a
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a Mr. situ Mrs ( Kiss. Mr and
The Jupiter Business\! and Pro of an initiation ceremony The -Lnh: senti-format drew eel Sirs L:. Pt//om: Mrs \F. Itaoth
new members were' introduced by ,, (lowered royal-blue chiffon over
hostess ,
fessional! Women' Club was rN Miss I. Creamer. Mist! F Rowe
I membersof their sponsors with the presidentand i i".h+ mulching taffeta with white ac.ssoriL Mist ( Ralph Mri J. M.IMIU'
club to eighty-five .
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membership chairman telling e > Her corsage was of pink
Mri I. I'adimiki
District 8 on Sunday, Aug. 23, these new members. something of ; carnations' and
at the Jupiter Ranch Resort! the history of tho BP\V! club Irons Immediately following the errs '
Mrs. Anna Minear, president its beginning, and its anm and till.," a butfel dinner and recenIUMI SP\MSII ( LAVS MM
of the Jupiter club, welcomed the objectives, ending with the club :; J1e'a wax held at the Stuart Worn- I SltMPP!i I HOME
guests and Miss Elaine Roth, president pledge and a welcome, to the new un O lob on East Ocean Boulevard last Thursday evening Mr.
of the West Palm Beach members. Bouquets! of bridal flowers, Charles Sluinpp" was hostess at her
kr3 Club gave the response.! Thirteen members the Stuart I urninKul! by Mr. Nellie Pcuoni, home on Vypmann Boulevard to j'j'"T
Wva Miss Della Rosenberg, presi- club attended this meeting and a.. deeoruKJ the reception: room. A .I members of the weekly conversational -
dent-elect of the Florida! State won the membership attendance athiclrul 1 urangcment 0 fIohite dais in Spanish. ambers
Federation was the guest speaker award with 38.8 per cent of its yludioli mum and gold gilded enjoyed hearing a talk by Don
She told of the honors given to total membership present I lilies of I ho valley centered the Dillon a member of the class",
the Florida Federation at the Local club J members, \ present brine lablo overlaid with an imported who, recently returned from a vacation
National Convention in Detroit were Betty Jane Soil, Emma Doyle I cloth of white" lace, and trip to Colombia, South
Y Florida received the gold gavel Mildred Greenfield. Joan Bowie. I MRS KONRAD BOBLNSKI silver cundohihrat with lightedtaper I America
k for having the nation' best leadership Jo Ann Thompson Lillian Sim + and' silver and crystal ap This Thursday the dim will ;'
workshop and there were mons, Virginia Rurmke, I Irene pIII1II11'nlnIIJo a lovely wiling meeting with Mrs Eva Jourdun
many other awards. Retto Dwinda Ihompson Lois. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Santiego Mr. and Mrs. C. Lundston of for the wedding cake which was I at her home In the Dorothy Apart-
I Mrs Polly Crowell of Ve r 0 Saundcrson, Vee Chambers and returned lust week to their home the Charville Apartments! enjoy. etude, and beautifully decoratedby meats
I Beach conducted a short work. Mary Hartman. on Long Island, N, Y. They havebeen ed a trip to Fort lauderdule lust Albert Metraux. I _
shop on the proper method ofconducting -- visiting her mother Mr. 1 hura ay In celebration: of her Mr. and Mr, Kerner will live : Mr. and Mrs. T. Pacer, Tenth
a meeting.' Miss Mar The tail of 1 the great comet of birthday En route home they in Jensen Heath upon the completion Street, returned kit week from a
1 vt tha Burdme of the Stuart club 1843 extended for 21XUHXHXX()() () ) ( ") Gus Lindbkiom, and Mr. LJndbkkMii were dinner guests of Mr. and of their new home being! : vacation trip to Albany and other
conducted the workshop on membership miles-far enough to reach: from : at their home !in Coral Mr*. George Hugh* in Riviera mult on Sandra Drive areas of New York. While there
which was in the form the sun to Mars Gardens Beach. Oul-of.town guest attending they visited the parents of both.
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The Rev Arthur A Smith, rector of St. Mary' Episcopal Church
talks with the Rt Rev James L. Duncan Suffragan Bishop of the .
Diocese of South Florida, following! the office Institution cere-
mony held for Ft. Smith, as a new rector, Sunday, Au,. :23 at FOR YOUR NEXTVACATION.

the 10 a.m, service.. 1
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Cocoa Visitors Arrived at' ,ore
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Villas i in' Their Helicopter, ,
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Guests at UngfordTerrace; ; ;;;'VU-: targon. Coral. Gables: Mrs. Herbert '*** '.
,s and Manna arrived by land S. May and children, Wes! !: "
a and air this past week, accord Palm Beach; Mr and Mrs Lewis ",.. .; .
g to Pcrry\Kfrk I manager Mr.land T. Grayner, Miami; Mr and
Mrs. R P. Lockrow from CoIfOfi Mrs. W. H. Hccrmance Tallahassee .f
Beach arrived in their hell- ; Mr and Mrs. Francis Antel,,
tq+ter which landed on the Terrain Palm Beach; Frank and Edward
grounds. With them were Mcttosky Winter Park;
* M$" and Mrs. J. Tegreeny also! Nellie Crees. Eau Gallie, Thel-
(tram Cocoa Beach. ma G. Pomeroy, Eau Gallic; Mr
,"r" Arriving in the' marina were and Mrs. H. Low Pompano Beach; With Regular Savings Account
tauten! yachts with fourteen'1 of Sam G. While. Jacksonville; David t a
ih<*ii being from Florida. Yachts .G. Hunting Fort Uuderdale; : .
aid owners from Florida, Included Mr and Mrs. T. R Teffms Eua-
'"ftiority." A. J. Riegel Sarasota;; tiE Mr. and Mrs. Ned Foulds, Fort '..
pJiljon. Dr and Mrs. William Myers. :
/ At First National I
f.1 Doebele, Fort Lauderdale; Villa guests! from out of stale Bank
t rMernlce." T. T: Cot, Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. C Mielke ,
I
I ; "Whitecafc" D. .M Leh Elmwood Park Ill; J. C. Wad '. .
pan Miami; 'Ju tu...,' C, W. kr, Birmingham, Ala.; Sam Ogle .
Smith Daytona Beach; "Wahoo I tree, Birmingham Ala.; Mr and \ t.
Ul'I Ralph E. Manning, Jacksonville Mrs Anthony 'rankino Lynhurst, ,
\ ; "Sea Wolf," Mr. and Mrs. Ohio; William Wunderlich Jr., : Your Full Service Bank. .
Walter Ingram, Lakeland "Tal- Lynhurst. Ohio; Colonel and Mrs
isman" Carl F. Evelelgh, Jackipn-- Wayne P. Uu. Newport. Va, and
tulle; "On Call. Jay If; '*odg,rs. Captain and Mrs. G. D. Good. !
Palm Beach; "Tang, W. L. Joe- Alameda Calif.Rusnen I
Ion. Jupiter; "Southern Cross" :
Manuele" 0. Geanaro" Satelhte Law v No matter white tyi>c vacation you liavc. planned (for
D.
Leaver Beach;, Fort Lauderdale. "Jonorm. May Be Subject 4"t' ") next year, whether it be on a sunny bcuch in Florida

;A" O W. Merrell" Fort Lauder'dale. Mi-- Ol Adult Course A ..1r., or a trip around the world, u planned Having account
: ; "Drawler, L. B. TUley I
">'mt. I The Stuart Chapter of the National \ :: will mean so much when the tune comes./
B Other yachts and owner were
Association has i
Secretaries :
Clara A. V." Stewart Armmgton." !I requested! Edward Horton of the I Make YOUR vacation more enjoyable us hundreds of
'Waite Hill Ohio and "Dreamer, adult educational courses to. include First National Hank Account.
with
others do t Savings
. Paul B Vatle. Nassau, Bahama I a course on business law h ,r- a
Villa guests from Florida dur- tins semester I tLW
,
l jog this period were Mr and I vs;
do if ten r
He has agreed to so ; :
jMrs. J. A. Mitchell. Clermont
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fifteen for the ll
Mr and Mr*. Nil Hanson, Mcr- or persona sign up
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rut Island; Dr. and Mr*. D. E. I course e
"warren. West Palm Beach Mr. Registration will. be Sept. 8-9 z Please drive with care our children start school Monday.Don't .
j Jind Mrs. R. Fay. Miami Shores; I from 7 to 9 p.m. at the new high y 1 .
I Dr. and Mr W S. Bradford, Or. school on Route 76
and Mrs. J. S. RobinIwn Those interested do not haveto
I Undo;: Mr be the to their education.
West Palm Beach; Mr. and be a member of N.S.A. or a you one interrupt
I Mrs. R P. Lockrow. Cocoa Beach; secretary it i i. open to anyone.
1 Mr. and Mr*. J. Tegreeny, Cocoa I If interested contact Morton, phone
r t: Beach; 27-?107. and learn more about
'. Mr and Mr*. W. R.sley. Jr. Co- this coune.II : .
I tea Beach, Mr and Mrs. Kautek, CANCER DRIVE .
1 fttJulantic; Mr. and Mrs William II SIIORT OF GOAL
| Pinkerton. Duncctm: Mr. and Mr.
<. toy ChartxMinet III.Cocoa Beach; According to Mr*. Nellie Pez-
Mr and Msr William /.. DKk.j zonl. cochairman: for the local // raadaa
j(arson 1 Groveland Mr. and Mrs. cancer drive )|11J M needed breach ---.u. aMaera :
'R., W. Barrett. Fort Lauderdale; Ito let quota. "' -
i Mr and Mr*. J. I. Roberts, wncflalm I "The Port Salerno area till

Beach; desperately teals a captain and ... / / ,
' Mr. and Mr.> Hal I Rosencran. worker." she said. Anyone who. ; ,...
1 tantana; Mr. and Mrs. !Ben T. wishes to take this job. ''plcate
:call Mr*. PezaxU 2S7-JU7. ". J

f/fonor' Fickards I daughter Mr. and Mia Mr. Jane M C.Yarley.Yarley and and Your Full Service Bank Serving Martin County for Over, 31. Years

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With Dinner Mr*. Raymond Callahan nutrd a tYay
a few day last week web Mr*. Yar- ,t
lit l Outrider .ley's brother and snier-m-bw. Mr.
and Mr Gus Cabrt. m WeUhnmMrs. iu
\ Mr and Mrs Andy .Ptckard, Cahre *s else daughter ofMr ST0\RT
JK.THO Btttrt Park w... honored *. C.1Iahaa111" there. the I NATIONAL lANK
fn their fiftieth wedding. aornvtr- visitor aho enjoyed a tour of the
>ry M a dinner party Frsday. Aug.I Stephen Fatter Memorial i OF

I I. al Restaurant FranceLangfonft, Oi rigLr Judge Ff ? Lee fc*. returned I RST

The party was given br Mr. and to .his home In. R. L. Ham __, FarmUnd, 'torn Ourtwfcw. W Va. where
ltd. Guests were Mae Fried Flub !lie spent raise cf the summer wtfhhn : We are a home owned home operated financial institution
MMn* Billie Mr and brother. RuswH' Lee Has brwVer
Jtrs. Joe pKkard and suit of |I returned to Stuart writ ban.Whita AMPLE FREE WITH TRUST POWERS
.),'01111&. Mand' Mrs Bin Larj j on vacation, Judge Lee abo PARKING
tn. ducaga IlL alt stiytat Mji vtwted Wilbur Carpeotcn laAthem
"Laagford Terrace. ,

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!{ t I- t't I. 1iKT (T L.i NI'1'S' Thnradar Aognvl 27 REDEEMER: LUTHERAN Miss Clonts to
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t II I I Worship amnoM are held every Assume Post at

Sunday morning at IQ-30: at Redeemer Charch
Local
I .Luateran. ChtiresV, East
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Ocean BfeaVvtrd wih Sunday Mfcs Mildred Clont bat
1961's i school andclasei pfeceding
director of f hr"
appointed
i at 9:1:IS. Presbvika
Education at the First
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Can Polio Ever Be a RI. -
She I'RU'
Church of Stuart
I I Church
LodkSTM
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mgr Suaxfays
i I regular TV pI' II1II8. on Chaawel Use Porn. education 3H*. I and l will activities diricfcurWi c

I 4 at 9 a.M. It win five a dramatfc
M. answer to that qutarton m this She has served at directorEstion
Il
l '.Y. '. H. Kendall to Speak I weeks episode of This is the .t ot h.I .
"week day relit
entitled Hotven -
: I( ';"w Life" "Design from ..
I t !t!, Q .."'1,1'1' ,1ii:; i\\'pl : On ." in publ schools:

rt,'<4 1.\ ''fu.-' ." \ Christian Education Dr. Oswald Hoffman will continue 'If-. .
: 14 .n rn ailG l .1'4\ : ,1 W N: p S ,>, 4, y .
ha '
., '' : 9 ;f f 1 s .. ....... hill aeries on The Lordi Pray
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to t ", ,,j.h. a I PRESBYTERIAN
; FIRST
\ Hour
toY' r Wednesday 6, the the Lutheran Radio
) at
''I"4 evening er on
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I )IA.'J. > >,1 .: "" :: .. 1'. ; Training Union Council which can be heard evwy Sunday North River Shorn
meeting
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: 1. ,, //I' ( I $: > ,
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> > .. and covered evening at 7:35 on WSTU Sunday: 9 I.m.. Sunday chuB
dish will beheld
.. l I '1' supper
I "t It* ..,, :,I l1\i.'I' ,. ...41',, ', :'. in the church fellowship hall. Next Sunday the Young Peopic' school, classes for all ages:
: ', ; j 1.rJ 1 group ia invited to be the am., morning worship servijS
,'.- '1 I! t .. '! 'r" ', ,,' i ( .,', At 7:30 tlth, church net: nary guests of the Waiter League of Sermon: "Relieving Life T*
:: r.k: : t.. 'I :::f ,,1 .... .' \\I' .. :-' the midweek prayer service will I Trinity Church at Fort Pierce for SIOM." Nursery during woes

t ." be held M. H. Kendall, chairman a cook-out Leave church: at 2 service
J '." "1d.J"f ,. pf the [ '
.A. of !
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: Department Religion 'p.m. .
.. I "'; Wednesday 730 p.m. ch
.: : >.I'Wf.\1"' .\"\ : ....1 b.II ; :! ,:..,..t. "' t a en at Man Hrll College/ Man Hill. I Coming for the young people I Is rehearsal

-I 'If' tJ\ .." A'lt. -If I' "I. J': l" N C. .i.Irtakou'd.rehearM } "ChristianFihaation. ''a Labor Day fun rally at Our Au,. 28. meeting

.I. .& .t ,''!! ; ,> .''id't'. >1.I1i> .,t. ,, 'f WC\f.Jy:: : choir will I Savior Lutheran Church at Plan Women Friday* Circle kaden in t II
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(. ,. '\It evening I tation. Fort lauderdale. If ttwoday at 10 am.
''t ".. 6:13: and the chancel choir will study
\: ;\ .J.. .It "/o re- r affair beginning Sunday
r } hearse at 8:15.Thursday fd' s .. ..
afternoon ---- -
;:. 'l Sept 6 at 3 p.m. till Monday --
". > ,1 ;' '\ ,. I morning at 7. the I Housing will be provided.Mr ,
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.t.. t." \. ..; ,, ..'" kx I' men of the church: have a prayer I and Mr*. Albert Errors Jr. For Beauty
(.'/? .,. meeting at the church. Thursday are in charge
h .j ."t,; 11 tt'IIf >\' !, evening at 7. Arnold Bauer will Pastor Donald Schroed r'l Adult I
/ \ 'f// tr I 1' t'.b / r be hoot to the deacons at a supper Bride Class wiN begin fall and
;
Jw I meeting at Byen Restauranton winter sessions first week in September !
;; Akron Avenue The Friendship and every Tuesday evening
: : : Sunday school class will meet ate thereafter at 7:30 at the
t : r at the hums of I member. The M. IL KENDALL church
'6Ys' M.: :.., I. '1 SV'Y;' 1 Y e n JOY clau will not meet I hi i *I I
: : yyN month. Tuesday afternoon at 315: the SALERNO: SOUTHERN I

: I Next Sunday at both morning carol choir. will resume rehearsalsat METHODIST

14'w G a" Iii h I and evening: services: Rev James the church This/ choir: is under : Tuesday: 7:15: p.m. the M n'l
the leadeanhip of Mrs Bill Rog.
R. Thompson will bring the message Evangelistic Team will meet.
m the absence: of Rev. For. en. Tuesday night at 7:30: the I .. choir
Wednesday: 7pm practice
rest H. Watkins who will be away Woman Missionary Union business At 1:30: the midweek prayer
on vacation until, after Labor .lid program meeting "will' be I service: and Bible study will be
Day Sunday school for all ages held at the church
heU. Immediately following the .
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begins each Sunday morning at prayer service. the Sunday schoolteachers I '/ '\
'RIO BAPTIST i iI
l :'" qY..w,1ra 945: and Training Union for all and business meeting will
y ages begins Sunday evening at Ed Burgess, a deacon will be be held

6 )0.I in charge of the Prayer and Bible On Saturday morning at 8:30,' That Is You. I
I Monday evening at T:30 the Study Hour on Wednesday. 745: there will be a work party held at ..
Woman's Missionary Society executive p.m. The pastor f ts attending the I I the church I I
committee will meet at the Sunday! School Leadership Conference I Sunday morning worship aerv-
home of Mrs. Bryan Feathcrsione : in Deland this week The Ice will be conducted by the
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church: choir will practice: at 8:30: pastor Rev. Charles O Bennett PelicanBeauty
,.m. i i" 930. followed by Sunday -

FIRST METHODIST Sunday school begins at 945: I school at 1045: Epworth League

Stuart ..m. with a class of Bible study I begins at 6:30: p.m. There is a Salon

usna, dalat ,swh _.4 '"""" .. Wednesday Aug. 26, chancel for everyone The Sunday school class for all ages. The evening
choir rehearsal 7 30 attendance campaigns still. i in I wonhip service starts at 7:30.:
at
THAW'S RAIN IV THEM TttAR CLOUDT A thunderstorm the where the New Cameraman stood? Such thundcrheadsas I : QM. .
. spot Thursday. Aug. 27 Method. progress The morning worship There is a nursery provided for Eve i by AppontmeitMrrUct ,
gt
builds up over Indla tOlil'L Whrt in Indumtown can locate these Ire 4 common sight" fa this area. Mens Club supper meeting at service is at II. Training Union the infants dunng the worship
I 6:30 Mat' 6:30 pjn. to provide services A church conference: will Clark dalre ScraatM

Ovdr in .October (MaVbe) : p.m.Sunday.. Aug 30. the worship training in church membershipand I' be held after the Sunday ,evening 215 OSCEOLA !
stewardship of life. The evening service: All members take note of Ar'1S4d/l
I II Ii
services will be held at 8:45 and I
I It ..m. with the pastor Rev Allan worship service is at 745: this important conference.
Florida A R. Stuart the message and the pastor will be teachingthe '
Is Leader For Thunderstorms His sermon delivering topic will be eighth chapter of the Epistle :i

"The Wisest Man Who Ever to the Roml.. A nuncry is provided I .
Lived" for infants during all of the. Enroll Your 4 or S Year-Old j fnI
Flonda has Snore thunderstorm ing to Keith Butson, ctimatologist I to 5.000 feet Often low sciUs bolt cut through the atmosphere service.The i I
days than any other slate, accord- with the Florida Agriculture Experiment are to be found !less than 1.000 The seasonal! life of these storms Monday Aug. 31. Men's Prayer Dominating committee will Ii
Stations, Gainesville feet high usually ends early m Septemberfor Group meets at the church at 7 meet Monday at 1:30: p.m. at the i I I 0 First MethodistKindergarten

L..I .enY Martin County has its share' but The air is usually heavily laden most of Florida, while the am church: to complete its work of
more stonna occur: in the Tampa with moisture. and the higher it period lingers into October along Tuesday. Sept 1 1. Esther Circle presenting nominations for the .
InsuredWUCY Bay area than elsewhere rites the colder it get and the the lower cast coast meets at the church at 2:30 p.m. various positions of responsibility 1

ConttquraUy the Sunshine State more it is condensed into drops Some of Floriday ttimmer rainfall Thursday. Sept 3. Wesleyan in the church: organizations and. _
-.4. h kept';wetter turf cooler duringthe which fall af l'Jin. This mobturt M cntitcvl by "T.>* pressure Service Guild supper meeting* at committees. ,..-
l 1 summer than. would be otherwise laden air '(a drawn tip from the areas which slide m from the sea church at 7 pjn.

? Yearly rainfall for the state Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of However, these low pressure areas Ofr OSCTOLA STRFFT (L DlANro"S ROAD)
." o average fifty-two inches and Mexico. No other continental which brew prolonged drizzling FIRST CHURCH CHRIST SOUTHERN METHODIST
r; afternoon thunderthowers M surrounded SCIENTIST school is held each Sunday
account Hale a* nearly by weather, are usually deflected Sunday -
for about right inches, per month water aa Florida. from the state by the repelling East Oc*.. Btvt, Slwrt morning beginning at 945.: Beginning
from June through September Lightning which accompanies force of the Bermuda High" --an Sunday morning service at t 11. and is under direction: of the I
Butson explains the thunder most thunderstorm Is a giant area of high pressure which: sits Lesson-sermon subject t. A II'. pastor
storms by pointing out that as 'electrical spark jumping between m, the Atlantic off the peninsula.A I. 30 Chrol Jesus. Rev. Durward H. Knight pastor TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th
the sun heats up the surface of the concentrated areas Y f positive and visible difference between the Sunday school 'II ajn. Nursery will speak on The Faith That
.. +i earth during the carry pat of the I negative charge Thunder say* two conditions w that a thunder. Counts at the II a.m. worship ,8:30 to 11:30
day'hot moM air rises to form Button, is the rapid expansion of stern generally clear within Wednesday Testimonial meeting. service Sunday.
clouds at elevation of from 3,0001 I air which I I Is heated as a lightning a 8 Pastor's office hours will be
few hour*, while a low pressure p.m.
I Ii' area cause aft overcast sky for Reading Room: 282 Flagler' Ate held each Wednesday afternoon For Registration or InformationCALL ,
y30nv from 2 to 5 The pastor may be
many issues.AlL Due: Monday through Friday,
I seen at other tunes by -
PORT SALERNO NEWS .Christian>12:30 pjn.Science radio program appointment
SAINTS ITtSCOfAL
and Bible
i' "The Bible! Speak to Yoaamay Prayer service study
JENSEN BEACH -MRS.R. P. P.GOTTRON
MARY AT I'I will be held. each Wednesday nightat
MRS. BROWN, Cam agb.leel *29M be heard over WSTU. Stuart

Holy Thursday Communion.; Aug. 27 Intention 10 am.: 1450 Topic tc. for at 7 Aug.:IS p.m.31: Mondays."Freedom .Jto.rc1:: of steward* wffl have I 287-2714

I CHIT OUTS I turned home after sptndmg several Thanksgiving for Blessings' Received. from the Pressure of Modem Living Its regular monthly meeting this
." Thursday night at 7:45. All stewards
weeks m the. northern state I CHURCH OFFICE
Mr. and Xfrs. Frank Modaf-1 Mr*. Pedersen traveled by bus Friday. Aug. %L. St. Augustine are asked to be presentOn
fart and. Out Wotfeo. Mrs., stopping in Jacksonville" to vmt of Hipp*, BCD.: 6 am, Holy ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC Thursday/ Sept. 3. there 2871556'SALT'
af far*. brother. have returned I Communion. Intention Thanksgiving will be a Sunday school officers
her Walter Pedenen and :
son Sunday Masses 7.9 and 11 a.m.St and teachers at the church !
home after spending three wortswith family then stopping in Jesup for God's Grace m Our meeting
friends and relatives in New Joseph! School will reopen beginning at 745:
Conversion .
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and Glennville Ga.. to visit her .
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Monday Aug. 31, with 8:30 Mass. ---
York Setatire. I' brother. Willie DeLoach, and 14th Sunday after Trinity: 7:30 Children will assemble in Ike

lame' Onsen. Pine Street later, Mrs. Jack LofUad, and a.IIL. Holy Communion 9 ajn. school at 8 a.m. There will be only ,
HtbtKua park, spent a pfcasaai another son AI Pederseav Morning Prayer-Holy Communion" half-day sewiont during the First
week entertaining her ....tr. Ales While in New Jersey she took Summer Church School. 'I, week of school.
Bennett from' Bay of St Ocorje.I in a few of 'the wonderful aigbts i Father Feaster will be on morning A Confraternity 0 f OirwtUn IT AWAY!
Newfoundland.A' at the Wor..... Fair. On her return devotions over WSTU at 7:45aon ,
in St.
Mothers will be established
home Mrs. Pedeneft attended 31 I thru 5Tuesday .
daily Aug. Srpt
welcome: to Mr and the Southern Methods Church I 7 Joseph parish oo Sunday. Sept. WHERE IT EARNS THE 4 *
Jahn September : a.m.
Mrs Ross Pine Street He I 6. Father Benin Roll O.Fm. ap.
Conference, Aug 3 to 12, at Balm Holy Communion Intention For
bncua Park, who have returnedfrom national director' of the Arcbcomfraternity
several t weeks' vacation in I,i Rouge, La.Broward Scholars: Teacher and Pupils.. of Christian Mother HIGHEST RETURN + '
Anna Guild
7:30 St meeting
.. the northern Mate pjn. will speak at all the Mames. Then
Drug in : hostesses, Mrs J. Persia Mist will be reception of members after ?
F Johnson b
MAKES IXVNC TRIP NORTH I the 9 o'clock Mass EACH AND EVERY t,'

Mrs. Madeline Pedencn has Lease UNITED' CHVRCII OF CHRISTCsapvgatfaMtiil The fourth annual Labor Day
reumnucats
Appeal on ( Pals car,) I obstmate. sponsored by the Dtocese PAYDAY .
: of Miami" will" be held Stpt yr;
Broward Stores Inc.. has The church Bible school. wilt 3. All par&hioners are invited lo SALT A LITTLE
'It filed ai" appal to the District meet at 9-43 Sunday morning tinder attend the seminars and banquet.ST. .
Court of Apr**** of Florida m M: the direction of Judson MHnear MORE AWAY AT Lm,
t effort to overturn a June 26 decision superintendent, with classes MARVS EPISCOPAL _
urns row
for an
by Martin Circuit Judge C. ages.
Thursday, Aug. 17- 7:30 anu
BKTHINKTHCnbtt At the morning worship service
TIO'It-ridae that voideda
,I ,case between Box*aid and the I'' It It, tM preacher Wilt be the Interim Holy Eucharist; 10 a.nu HotyEuchanst
; 10:30 a.m. Altar Gutkl
Abam Corporation. pastor. Rev J. William.
I lit October I3 Frebrand Marsoa. The theme of the sermon meeting.
> Gasoline Corporation owner' of; will" be The Overflow of Grace" Sunday Aug. 30: t a.m. Holy
Polity the Stuart Shopping Center filed. The regular church pram meeting I Euchanst 10 am. Holy EucharHt :
Rbw.Msea Mal. a complaint for a declaratory decree will .be held at the ,home of I and sermon.:

lea oN.dJsaU4bio8 against Broward.Ftretrandclasmed Mr E. Fcigel at 10 a.... o
tl S lew* agreeiMent .. TW ptilpit comnutKie ss JEHOVAH'S *rrNT3BESKasfdwst Y aI

entered snaa* in Sc Nemner, aloe (ur more guest Frid.aJ'j IUa. Bttt Read

M Is. 1959. between Aliens Cbrpontkm. the coming: week and % Thursday 7:30: pm, TheocrtricMinorry INTEREST

-UMUSMBM then owner of the attendance of the School 8-JO pin service ,
err, and Broward was ant binding mating, there: 'Gels Word
Rea $50 a Day against Firebrand the subsequent CO'O RATTY Guide Strengthens sea Mod- COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY

Cap6T.ky FigelnbmATr.s owner and as long aa the lease Jlsse. Beaeb II vales.'

a4sisTMme.AT .....-. legacy n the basks' Wonhip service and Sunday Se lsy.1 p-m public discoorst Offered to KisHiaas ., Florida O.rj.
Call 5.5547 Firebrand bile to tttt abofpsng school ar* heM at 9 JO each few- ..,. 8. Hair title '"Ooes Your Re-

center was not clear day mornMig m the Jemea Bash hgioa Please C.oor.U: : pas,
\ Judge Trowfendg* ruled for Commomry Church o. Skyline Bible study with aid of Watchtower -

I Fa-errand and d slated the trip. Drive. Rev Newton M Tweedy, I there "Loyalty to Jehov First Mon
BILLBERRY Mal lease null and void.' Broward pastor. Dr Richard 0. IUd ah's Orpnstios.Tuesday. gage Corp.

.. treated._ will be the soloist oa Sunday A_t. I 1:30 pm, Bible study
3O. The choc ia oa vacation for theme"The. Name of Jehovah
REAL mAn ESTTrYatUXI the anonth of AuguM, but will re- h a Strong Tower" OF STUABT :
: ES A nUKTEaX cane ,reftearssl *a Wedswsday

JACK'S GULF Citrus A Ranch Realty Inc. Sert. 2. M 7 p.am.TW Saturday AssemNt aid Ice Sunday field 9-15 nunsstqr ajb.MOBC .: East OCM Blvd. ACTOM from tb* Coutkava U Stuart. Dial AT 7412 :
hat received a charter tram Secretary Genesis Educatwa: Qm-.

:AGENCY"Phone STATION of Sou. Ton Adam. Autherued nuttee win meet as the p*****,' sotr-m cOtsnfflNMETHODIST ( Cora** Atfaatkc Av*. ud Xadlaa Btvw Dala Ft Fine Dial HO 1-lllC :
slosh I* 100 shares of common study oa Thursday Sept. 3 at IAkohoKci
287-0966() AO fervV OwanaW" at ao foil: vth*. tacnrfon- A INS 20th Sim 10 X-SeO Ver Buds
AlAM ..>.....,. Ows- tar are ft. F M Roberts Ir, )l AAooynsowa meets The aervtcc* stieS were Wit
60 Are s.hne AT 7Isiss L Joiuisoa sad Peggy Lowery each Wednesday the Sndayschool at the civil MAS Ml H Cacoa.
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Excitement of The First Day at School l tends to make the Children a Little Anxious.Martin -

(SUPERMARKET County Needs.All of It's Children For Their Future and Ours.

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blRRS.HICKORY SMOKED FAN !MEATY WFSTtRN: SFIICT rRt'&II.IU07IJV tUT WIlll/ THEY LAST DOG YUMMiESSLICED
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l PEAS SIZE : 4 NO. 2 CANS FOR 'F::7 LIQUID

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: : GRADE A FRESH FLORIDA CARRIAGE CLUB .

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US. NO. 1;WHITE 42 OL CAN 9 9 c Gallon 29
POTATOES 10 5 9 ,,"GlIUIC"',fKC.JOOlO
BAG LA[1f0Y 30!SI7.Y.
1 7c NOTE BOOK H Uf dHK|
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PEARS 2 FOR 2ScIORDr.. -- mm
SOUD CRISP WESTERN MILK SHAKE UN 19c

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JUMBO sat WESTERN, PIE I EACH 29t 1 I I I

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LIMES, DOL 19 Tomatoes 35' JUICE!I E 10 Sliop Monday thru['Illr.day 8 ajn.to 6:30pm.: .
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LUCIlLE SWFENTYM :
.._ 21 19414 .....11 ". Ocean Brett Boulevard after t BEST COOK IN
AUIIllNt
411IE--STUART--- -- -(1'111.NEWS--- .-. -- ----11I11NIIY.- ... ._. .- .... f visit in New Jorwy and New JMITIN COUNTY
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I Ocean Breeze York I fbrtoonwt Roy Crane

P'I'I Mrs Ann Riley,! hal returned" Lujllc! Sweeney the best, cook ndi11(4
Park NewsMrs. in I the> Meftm, County and got a I iroJJ
after an wuwsive trip I lettr of thanks! from the \\J\ :
l North including the Worlds Fair Cojmty Committee of w'' i JzaMfTher
ROXY INHFLI: returned I brother, Roscoe UCI"
Adrean Swccn*
ll Correspondent Mrs Mary the stars of Crane\ ,
Saturday from a visit with her,I are cartoon ,n''lIon.li|;' .
syndicated
step
T'W I relieves in "BUll
children and uthsrColumbus 1 Sawyw. He in \\be
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and po
Webber
l Mr. and Mrs Harry 'Sweeney as living on a Ciao: tarn
and four children Iron) Indianapolis Ohio. :I near Indiantown but has rc\cr 10111

: spent a part of their "" Mr. and Mrs Luther Weeks arc much' further than that m Jem' )t,
I 1 cation .in the park They "I expected home this. week from a uittjjust where the!= S cenc\, h\, ,
I : 'ear. othcf points in Florida and vn.it with relatives and friends in ,f'die himself until recent! .s nil i
r wv4 : returned. home. Virginia and North Carolina 1 two valuable citrus grove ,In i the|
I western part cf the couin (On ,
I .Mr and Mrs Earl Atkinson Mrs. Guy Lewis has returned recenty' Sunday the opennn tram!
\ have. returned to; their home in I II from a two-week visit with her i of the cartoon showed Lucille, rat
A11 tL' I Tucson.. Ariz. after visiting manyof sister in Corning N Y. ing broadly as the best, uuk
.T i i I a
their friends and being entertained Mr. and Mrs. Simon Nelson 1 Martin County",, The S Wnc\i

t r'ate We by were several sorry to learn that in have Hartford returned Conn from their They vacation were I Ilin have Count done for what Indiantown Smilin nl"I lick ill r. i

I F9r 1w P4iL 4 I'Mrs. Laura Wright I. formerly from glad to have the Florida sunshine i has done tor ihi {Iy t
cffj7lK here. but now living in Largo had as it had been 44 degrees up there. of Stuart
to be hospitalized in a St Petersburg I
hospital with disc trouble in Mr, and Mrs Walter Banig The first aniline dye lid' t
\ her back She has returned home have returned from their summer !I produced until 1856Custom .
and Mr% Geneva Deitz and sitter vacation in and near Cleveland
\ Helen Mint have gone to St Ohio FA, s" ''
Petersburg" to be with Laura fora from Miami and ; '
Hugh Shaw I .
while. his son from Ohio, slopped by n1
Mr and :-fn.. James McLardyare on their return from a vacation }
at home .now after visits in to visit a short time with their
Miami/ St Petersburg and Largo relatives Donaldson here.. Mr and Mrs Dave I f 'K

w at William
!lvfs| Armour from ----- -
Caper. Wyo;: I it visiting her I '
mother Mrs. Joe Sorrell Smoley Says '-

All resident of the park ex. PuT'/M' ? i Made
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lend. sympathy, to Mrs Frank 1 +
Petcrkilt iff the loss of her husband SM OKEYt i ENGRAVED SIGNS
He died' Coral Gables
in I>OORSIEnL!
hospital after an ilness of a weekor .
DESKS PLASTIC
!so They have been residents I,
here since 1949 coming from LAMINATINGDIPLOMAS
Niagara Falls, N. Y. I PIIOFOS

Kathy Hoke was home from WOOD PLAQUES
college in Miami to attend t the I
lovely affair given by Rainbow 1 TROPHIES
Girl Tuesday?evening in which 1KOPIIY ENGRAI'LGPARAMOUNT:
Kathy'| si.ter. Mrs AI) Hendry I
v t er I was given the Marriage\ degree in j i PLASTICSNew
Rainbow" Girls 1 Location

,c w Friends of the Wilder Weeks I 214 S. Dixie, AlA, Smart
have received news that they are I Hilts Sraokey strike 187.1400Registration
having a wonderful vacation Gori. out forest fires!
- __ ing they visited! Jekyl Island u___ __
and Simon Island on the
., 'v Georgia Count, then to Hatteras,
\.: f"Jk N. C r and now al Fundy National Now for Fall Term
Park In Canada.,

Mr, and Mrs Bushncll on Bay
k P k Drive have returned from an interesting Jack & Jill Kindergarten

.. t northern trip
.e Mr and; Mrs AI Code have 591 OSCELk ST.
returned from, a trip to Massachusetts ,
1 hey",", arc, at home 0 n :'
1 Eleventh Street. Mrs Ben Fftllon, Jr.

MAR11 I IIS I WHJNIfY! TFACllhRS: The two picture above show (those Martin School gymnasium Ihursday The group heard talks by various school officiate Mr, .nd M,... Barker
. who at the Marlin County High School begins for Martin County students Aug 31POMMVSIIR I. Harry 1LL.I 287-35 WRITE BOX 794, STUART
.I County idfft1p; ullcndeU a pre tchqo}_ meeting .. -j -- -- have.returned. .!. to their home on
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,MRi. RIVRILK WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 14764



Post ,JsiHappy):I } I CARD MKMOJNladies I PARTY' OR Best Year-End Deals

: from Jensen Beach were
About Its New predominate among the sixty who I
attended the de loCrt held Tuesday, Aug IX. at the
Air-ConditionerMembertyTcnven Port St Lucie Marina. The partywan I
sponsored by' Mrs John Herr .
; Bench .. ..
Amer. mann of' Port St Lucie. for the! 1 "' I' "
lean Legion) Povf r f 26 rnijoycJ their benefit of'.the Episcopal. Mis jon i '
firkt l meeting irrthe' n wty air.conditioned I 11II"lIuk-410, be built in that' urta I fs 5 I I : : 1'', '"
lust Mon- Door priee winners were MrsHubert r OFFICIAL I
meeting Commenu I room' of Why Klein; Rio\ ; Mrs Conover i @ Y r' e Y aY j .,-
iJn'V't: ) .lhi before. were; Perrlne ,Tort Si Lucie; and Mrs : K11 "t"I
Donald Maewhinme. Fort Pierce. : \oN
heard throughout; the evening.. Ltt-: ,
tin of appreciation were voted! to, j i, r V, ;
Suht Rhodes and Boh WUIUms for, Mrs Jane Livermore, Coconut: : 1 CLEARANCE '
their work 1'1I', the";new sidewalk Road left by plane Saturday mornIng I'I ; ., ''ll, h
and air-coqPlttOninJ etjtilpmcnt. for Pa lot Verde Estates on 'f, ; ':' ,
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the Pacific Ocean Lou I .
The post voted a donation to near Ange r'
lea, Calif' to visit her son and vt r I
the Slat at ? : "
Hospital Hollywood : I
as part of its contribution to the daulhteNn-law' Mr' and Mn, A, i
Florida Department Rehabilitation R. Livermore, for an indefinite
program. WiUiam Middleton 1 Is period later she will fly to Baltimore j't:
"' Legion Department chlirnalof. for an extended visit with rv 1 ', '
her t t *
the 'program daughter and son-in-law, Mr -rww
and Mrs Joseph McBride, and ti I Ia
Jack Smousf and Anthony Fol- .
ey ,received-. Mat recognition for' family : I, t'
their work in Boys State --

on'The its post annual it I memltcl"lhr about to embark'drive MARRIAGE API'! IONS LICENSES:FOR now at Ford Dealers !

under the Senior Jininne Morgan Raulerson to
Vice ComtfuWef Virgil .Wilson. Sharon' Kay Roland, both of, Ft.
The next ni.-vting WtU be at 8 p.m. Pierce. ,

Monday, Sept 14 W. B. Hayden. Pompano Bench, 4
to Joanne Beverly Johnson, Hixis-
lon, Texas. F
News of significance was re
ceived )last Thursday by Mr and I Anthony Duco to Helen MKnickerbocker I t
Mrs Karl:jArvfo. NvelHinown' local Fort Pierce. 'pppfff
: rcsidenvfo( ( the birth at Ere Donald Joseph Ile l to I Leon A'
langcr: Ky.\,<)t a six and one-half Marie Green, both of lake Worth : ," I Idyaa
pound hoy...Rtihtrt James to Mr. w
and Pits! Ja.nMM Story making the A process which: produces an l' ,
Jarvises! Brea -grandparents. The illusion of depth on a flat photograph
baby maucnal: grandmother is has been developed( The I II' 0 tt
the daughter :ni6; Mr and Mrs. result In blurry but can he ml :
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Jarvis. ; x produced a-j I

s-\3. < Big yearend savings en Super Torque Fordt-
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Where this emblem h displayed smoothest steadiest, strongest cars in their class
you are ., the winning aces of' '64 NASCAR races.
assured 'o f the finest insurance service ,\, KENDALL:
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: : :1 Has Hobby of Bow Hunting .


1I PoOniaMer A F Kendall l>f His. first job was at a substitute, I I Bg year'end savings on '64 Falcons the Big yearend llvinas ,
: .,,"'. ...-.-J Jensen Beach "it OT ember" off clerk in the Jensen" Beach oltice I i iHe r : smartest looking, plushest riding compacts Iruddtwsize cars with On I 64 Fails.1, the
t a family of traveling showmen, nxwed up in the 1Im"a""" "" built Puts economy in the cards for you. IIUlCOnOmy and room starfe.kking.
: who decided to settle down andstay in May 1961 was appointed act i for 1 f\ln house,
I I put." Several generation etf ins postmaster. HIS appointment" I
the "Kendall' family were in the as postmaster! came in June IVA2" BEST DEALS ON
B. TILTON show buiuiKM arid made winter The "Kendall' family include. YEAREND FORD TRUCKS ". "r -'R@
V!. headquarters at Jensen Beach. Mn. Kendall 'and two children.: ,

11 : 1 : Since,miINSURANCE Pa Although. I Kendall a 1IlatI7vo: in Reading.Florida fifteen.Maureen They seventeen are. Mudenu and at Dennis Martin AND USED CARS TOO...AT FORD DEALERS! i'W i t

nines he was a child. County High' School:
He entered the "po'Ul service' Kendall spends some of his i
-I AGENCY seventeen years ago following" lour spare" time hunting, with a how ORDWAY
and one-half years of service" in and" arrow The bigye, game heMs WEB MOTORS
the Navy as an armed guard on taken was a wiled hog He Ie a
_ !1JENSKN MUCH AT 7-1411 I merchant 'vessels la the AlkMic member of the Martin County
and Pacific (Xeans.; Bow' Hunters ASMCUUOU. 115 SOllll FEDERAL HIGHWAY, SIlARf
_per Allude 7-4,352B ,I IYY
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+ Maxwell Price Good ThruSaturday ""
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H ouse Tin
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Limit one with $5 "Shipped"o
Order or more
;1 Dixie Darling Old Fashion Main OilSardines $ Grade 'A' Large
f R O $T 0 It Ls Bread 2 'Lrs.ies. 3 3 O st'Chow 1100

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Chun King Chicken Gie. L.rs.

I Mein con' 59cG.S P 5 17-oz. $1 00 g g s

Chun Chop King Beef Suey 2&. 59CChun W e e t eas Cons 303 ,
fireee Was KifeMa Egad Cat DOZ *

Chun Chow King King Chicken Mushroom, Mein 2[:n' 49C (i r' e e n B e a n 5 5 'Cant 303' $100 r t j

G_. G '
Chow Mein sSr&89C

Chun King Beef Niblets I Whole 6 12-01' $100Chop
Suey Si con O OQCze y I Kernel Cons
Copelond i or Dirt Skinless/ T.s.O-Sea Cooked i Breaded SunshineChun
Chow King Mushroom Mein Size Family 79c Wieners i 2 Ss: 69C Fish Cakes: .ft: 79C KrispyCrackers3! 1?
Palm River

: Gelatine' ) 3 6-ox.Pkgs.: 49c ':, Sliced 1 1.lb. 39


i Alter Choice Fruit Pltg'
: 29.01. 00 Bacon .
'I 3 #2Yz $1 2Lb. Pkg. 77eC
I .'; CocktailMUbury Cons W.D Brand *...Graded U.1. "...G...,.. Bade. .Limb Frcdmed I.I U.S...


:j Mix fie Crust 2 10.a Pkgs.:' 39c Ch U.S. Choice uc" .k Cui' U.I.Leg ClMt** h..Sll..d-UN.o Lam b "Shin Abe leneRemoved" 69c


:I. Thrifty Moid R.S.P. I Steak Shoulder Roast >b. 49c
2 303 39c : .
Cherries Cant UJ Chok.U U$ Chok* Lamb f.b. .. .,
Shoulder Chops Sirloin Chops lb.i .
Llbby'i Corned $i OO Lb'S W-O tr..d U.S.C1.be l .MltNBrisket :
Bf 3 Cans_. r t59R oas r89; "ti

Cobol or Royal OakiCharcoal 99 .. .... .. .
I 2O-b. Bog WDr.e 4 U.S. Cfr.i St Lee re{= Cease

Aurora Atst. Color Tissue 2 Roll 25c Cat Friskitt Food ,* 8 Cant..' $100| Rib I Roast. ''b.89c.

Fischer's 12 No Deposit Btls. Limit! Two 12 Packs
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treeh "l. jkouM
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69 Ground Beef o: S129 P.f.;: $1" Shoulder h k '
12 1 Pack Wnrcm Com.r4 ft** ; ;
: Beer Ale ; "

's, Ctn. $ Each Pork Hams Ib.Phoeross 4'b' 969

.. or leers 'Imoortotl 'Mnet. No Rtfriocrotion' W.rten C.ra-P.dr.rh We lm Cam-led Vi (
Canned Ham 2* Size $]199 Pork Hams lte"L,59
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Sttrtiwn't 'Imported CooUd S rmen'i "Importod Mild letfy
Sliced Ham ftt:: 69C Sliced Picnic ft:?: 49C Longhorn Cheese :ft; : 59eSujer
Sweet Heneydew Weiter Jumbe

59c (' 3 $100
i Santo PLUMS Rosa or MelonsJumbo. : upes For

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fancy E l mPeaches 3Ibs. t"rcp r
: ... Nectarines 49C Prune Plums 2 Ibl."U c EXTRA FRIClop
... Mounelft Crown Vwe Ripe 2 .. .14 "ke, Value Stamps
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Tomatoes ib$. 3 9 Potatoes 5 *{. 3 9 M rviciAU IMIU29C or
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M AN. e.e..r 1/
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99
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3 9 All Fleven Superbreiid SKerbut > j
Value Stamps
m Top
Milt" ..mis.. court s rvicum, if
: Helf C "-pawl IMIMCream
I Ice Cream 2 Col.Cfni.I. 99 I .,"I ..,.sic
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AIMr 3 t2-o& 99C 4 IO99c!
CHeeseMbMeie Waffles P. Strawberries.
s:,;; 29r 'roeen l ronUi had Or C/mdlo Cu mmui i talon ,ruM w &V.UllJUlUUI.UJU1J
--v o>*r Stae>e> Potatoes s-ib. Bog 89C Cream Pies 3 W 99{ 50 EXTRA FREE ,
Value Stamps
Top
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Eotato 2 Far 69 Owe; frtatn MtKom. 2 Ib /* / V ;::J M11sNd COUPON i "rvicMU tflunifun
Corn. Peas, Green Beans, Baby Limas, Mixed Veg. 2 f/tI". yycMargarine C xar rene 83 ner.fVMtf
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CI' -O Golden c0. 0u01;at'.3 ** S1 1 iVeeMexe Sour Cream 4 A $-1 00 WTO'JSOTffiReg. C


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6-B THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS

, Thursday, August 17, 1964
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READERS PAY TO READ

YOUR ADS INtIJie


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f Mt. .J, { ""W 9, *Y"9JMiteN1' J -ruuaggsLrtrtstmtserartarsraaaa9ts FOR SAFETY In Baltimore. the old

FDR RENT 35saaaaarsaaiaRaaRatttat HELP WANTED 43 I TRAILERS A: SERVICES tt Wear white at nigh Three out Royal railroad station was. 135

....- I of every five pedestrian accidents in 1961. _. -.--

DIAL NEWLY painted Job furnished WAITRESS wanted for day or FOR b. Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper occur during the hours of darkness uutNestraeas* ."", rxs..

house. children or night shift Only experiencedneed aluminum house trailer, Very FOR RENT NYP
ATlantic 7.1550 I Places of worship abound i n '
pets. Also one bedroom trailer for] apply in person Poor Dob'tCocked condition. Best offer Tele-
rent Apply at office of Starlite Lounge AlA Jensen phone good AT 72237. tf (68)) New York City. where there are BED THEM DOWN
To Place Your FAST SELLING Trailer Park 2872516. tf (US)I Beach tf ((43)) 7.863 Protestant and 436 Roman I !: and an atmosphere

LOW COST WANT AD FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom CURB GIRL WAfoTED: Applyin MOBILE Home, handy man's special Catholic churches-and 1,264 Jewish .
garage apartment, close in, reasonable person-A & W Root Beer 1953 model. 27 feet by 8 I temples.

; Garage; Rooms in private Drive In, U. S. No. I 1. South feet wide. Good for permanent Comfort!

NEWS WANT ADS home. 619 East Fifth Street, Stuart. 9'-3 (43)) home Ford or travel.tudor Special sedan, price.* Cad-Also Richard Post, .. student at !the Our Beds.
Stuart. tf ((33;) and
RATE Five Mac four-door hard top 1964 University Florida, tlamemlle( ,
; cents per average NOW available Furnished one WANTED: Woman to let as doc !
word, minimum charge per insertion and two bedroom apartments Inexcellent tor's assistant with patients in they three-quarter ton pick-Up was here last week,, for i bill wllh
$1.00 (for up to twenty neighborhood. Annualor office. Call 287-4644 after 7:30: truck. Sandy's Mobile Home and his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs.
average words). Words in ALL Truck Sales. One mile north of 2874773tf
seasonal rentals. 2873167. 8Z7..H3)HELP ) Gus Schlcsier.
CAPITAL LETTERS except flrslword 8.27 ((35)) p.m. Stuart on U; S. No. I. Phone I IA.L uss>
count at two word. each. w Wanted Male: Shippingand 287-5788.' 8.27 ((68))

White space above or below or SEMINOLE Shores Apartments receiving cleft. Good starting : For Sale, Miscellaneous 71 ATLANTIC CO '
Within ad will be charged u the Now is the time to make reservations salary. Many fringe benefits. Service Offered, Mbe. 71 \ ENJOY
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for one of the three new Reply Bon W. 9-] ((43)) APARTMENTS
Lumber of words five that could I _
( ) REUNION:
Riverfront. 2-bedroom apartments, ...dI TAG R1222 16.000 BTU Air Con)
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be printed in the blank line, oc WAITRESS: Steady work. After- ditioner. New 'tsi RAr/ OCR 1'f' IIOtrl.
two blocks from courthouse. All FURNITURE refinishing and re- guarantee. Regular d Mrs James Conrad
25 cents per line. noon shift Powell's Diner. Telephone $349.95, Now $250. No down f TV ART. rLOnrnAloUaEKEEP11va ) ,
electric. Central airconditioningand storing. Will call for and de. ", Jim Bo and Sher
Classified" ale t : A P A '
triplication."Display r I on heating. Unfurnished or fur. 2879708.t 8-27 ((43)) liver. Reasonable' Call 2871685. payment. $12 per month. 287- a ROOMS BATHaatnTFLRBOARD ncr family in Fort

nished. Adults only, References re- I $65 weekly and more for reliable _tf ((71)) 4242. 8-2M78)( ) "'' week for their first
;These are cash rates, for ads quired. Building to be ready for man or woman to service BBASONABMO RATES three years. The gct-
brought or mailed to The Stuart occupancy August 15. Contact Watkins customers in Stuart Full CONTltACTORS equipment for FOR SALE: Vespa 150 Motor TT LOtHOBMratklr. : held at the home or
Owner 287-1197, or 3J E, Seminole sale. Water con Scooter Good condition. $125. mother, Mrs. Al
New with payment. If you aretuait I or part time. No investment WriteC. rent or pumps BMMM *r *
$ News mail subscriber or art Street. Stuart. tf ((35)) R. Ruble, Dcpt4; P. O. crete mixers air compressors, sandblasters AT 70186.) 8.27 ((78)) W. T. FACET, Mgr I all of the Wilson chile

listed in the Stuart telephone directory Box 2447, Memphis. Tenn. Gunite equipment, air. Heaters .. 1 boys and girls were
one-half bedrooms, WATER:
TWO and !! one $49.64 glass DUI AT T-T tr
: tools, vjbrators hose, block and ( Home from the Army
ad tele 1
you can place your by 8-27'(43)( )
and
bath living room dining lined, 10 year warranty. New
trickle and miscellaneous items Wilson' who has been
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and room. Close in. Front and back 2871420. ; and used ranges and refrigerators.TROPiOAS .
call 287.
If no answer, at fort Benning. and
My "I want to place a want-ad. screened in porches.! Stove furnish Inc. of Florida, 140
SCHOOLS 54
0743. tf ((71)) EDGE i and 'family from
ed. Large yard. $75 monthly. 287. __L_, Stuart Shopping Plaza, 2871818. '; where he is a m.
,
2857. t( (m) l POODLE Grooming! : Take your) 8-27 ((78)) '

Give your mall I address as FIVE room apartment'completely E.COA'ST. COLLEGE dog ty Ida's' -Highway between Stereo-Radio' APARTM : ( >
II1225
TAG Con.
Well as your telephone "umI I : Second floor. 700 Ft. Pierce and Stuart. next to Shed COMPANIES
br In your want-ad. The Stuart South furnished Federal Hwy 287-3325 or Fall Term Begins Sept. 8. Bazaar.. 287-5183 or 2871838. !sole. Now guarantee. Only $88. ON TREES
News hat hundreds of No down payment. $6 per month.
out-of-state subscribers who 2871297. tf ((35)) All Business Subjects 8-27 ((71)) 287-4242. 8.27 ((78)) THE ST. paper companies and

best possible Register Today RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service supplies were respond-\
.ore your prospects UNFURNISHED three bedroom, Telephone HO 1.3586
for real estate sales and two bath home near elementary 121 North Second Street Cleaning and repairing. Also ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS One-. and two-room ffrlc* 1: more than 279-
wanted drain fields repaired and re-lald. Now buy one' for is little as pine seedlings in the
,
rentals, boats help
school. Call 2872714. 8-27 ((35)) Fort Pierce, Florida '
gardening, trailers and sere ) Dial AT 7-0651 AT 79862. tf(7( 1)) $2.50 per week, Art Mart. Rio. Spacious shaded & the 1963.64 plant
ices. FOR Rent: Seasonal or yearly, 9. (54)) 287.0155 8-27 ((78)) Parking Lot. Boat. according to a report
Five room furnished home with __,.... -'I':_ U WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE Shuffleboard. TV and I Pulpwood Con
nice yard. Call 546-5200. 8-27(33)( ) SPECIAL NOTICES. 85 BALANCING with Bear Equipment G.E. Automatic Filter Flo Wash Association, Atlanta.
I
;by trained mechanic, will pay ers. Dented on side in transit, Week Month -
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS) ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, .. for itself in tire wear. We 'nave the must sell. Regular $219.95, Now
Rio. Pleasant location within CARPETS clean easier with tile equipment and men. Your friendly $165. New machine No down 624 ST. lUCIE i
(Numbers over 100 refer to dis'play easy distance of dock facilities Blue LuKtro' Electric: Shampooer, Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS payment. $8 per month.. See them STUART, FLORIDA
classified ads, which appear in Reasonable year-round rates, pall only $1 per day. Hartman-Leigh-) or Dial AT 73355. tf |7))) today. Only two damaged. First Telephone" 2879811F. I
after the end of the smaller ads" AT 7.2583 after 5 or write ton Furniture, 620 South Dixie First buy, 2874242. .
p.m. come
E. WOOD, ., I
numerical order. 84 sure to look I I. HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor,
B. J. Abbott, Star Route Jensen Hwy 8-27(55)( ) 8-27 (78))
51 >
(in both places.) Fla. tf Mower and Disc:Will clear Iota, -
Beach ((35))
LOSE WEIGHT .safely with new cut trees. Fence potts and! pilings TWO Serve! 'refrigerators.Good (168)n
FOR RENT 35-135 TWO bedroom furnished apartment Dex-A-Dict Tables Only 9c. for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT working gas order. $15 each. --lilt!! .", Want Ad in

FOR RENT OR SALE '38-138 .in Palm city, $75 per Stuart Drug Corp, 200 St.. Lucie 71401._tf (71)) Teo igas, Inc., 140 Stuart Shopping TRAILERS ft SERVICES I STUART

WANTED TO RENT <0-140PIELP month. Call. 2871685. tf ((35)) Ave.:...Stuart. 9.I 1U1J5)! ( ) HOUSE NUMBER Formica) engraved Center. 287-4010. tf (78)( ) I
-- is in
43-143 :: printed
WANTED RIVERFRONT home with poolfor WANT the best pea ror your Cart l 'In one piece unit. Stain 1957 INTERNATIONAL one-half
Employment Wanted 48-148 rent. Furnished or unfur- Call Jack Breuil at 2871214. proof, non-corroding, n o paint ton state body pick-up truck MARTIN t
'Business Opportunities 50-150 nlshcJ. Call 2870948. tf ((35) Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55)A1.COH0uCAri0NYM0 ) jsfed. Price $1. Paramount Plastics, with many extras. Reasonable. Knee Jensen FREE

:LOST A FOUND S3-153'SCHOOLS S 214 S. Dixie, AlA, Stuart. 287- high 'the.t.tyI'CJrilk.. box $50.

54-154 FURNISHED 200() Lonita upstairs St., Casa apartmentat 'Terrace. meets at 1:30: p.m. every Wednesday 2400._ .._!tf-((71).' ) Miller Fills router plane kit, complete Sales Inc. S S, Sunday,

:SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 Living room-bedroom combination at the Community Cnurch: STORAGE Household goods, auJ and new, $50. One-half horsepower char e.
USED CARS 58-158 full .bath, "stmdeclc, Suitable I Jensen Beach. For information! Jooiobiu: bony anything. Sections & compressor with ace : ,+
"NEW CARS 60-16 'for one or'two persons. Must be Phone AT 7-3331 tf ((55)) low as $3.00. Large new, sories ( Cmhman electric golfcart "Juki Beyond the Arch ;; to regular want-

A ''63 1(1'j seen to be *appreciated. Cull 287. 'M J' Ii.... clean )wildin Golden Gate Stor $100. Three horse power 220 teiMen Beach, Flu., Ph % -. ,. lot to display char'
t i BOATS SERVICES AlA I tree miles South, ofSlIIlIrt. volts, t 1725 RPM electric motorS40.
3489. tt-27'(35)( ) age. which can be rt-nm
USF.D CARS: & TRUCKS 58
TRAILERS ft SERVICES 68-168 tt Sit foot sickle bar mower for
t. 2871202. ((71)) Featuring
Service Offered, Mb*. 71-171 NEW Nursery School: By tYi"day ..A I I -- Ford tractor $100. 2873020. Dor- :_ rate..) ,

PLANTS' ft SERVICES 75-175F half' .dy or the hour Naps t 1960 DcSoto, two-door )hard top. WISCONSIN Briggs Stntton..Clinton cal Flower Farm. 8.27 ((78)) 50x10 SKYLARK \' n e ad to
,
bn cots. Fenced play yard. Con and Lauson AIR your
r:Sale, MtoctUiuitous 78-178tVanted venient location. Owned and operated tranmlssion.Radio and Power heater brakes Automatic andXwer COOLED ENGINES fat stock and TANGERINE sectional CO U c h. NEW 1964 $ I and get in
To Ml*.) 81-111. who know bow Good condition. Reasonable.
Buy ( by Vera Schang. 287-0771.) Windshield washer Patti t and men to :
84-184 [ steering repair them. ULMER MOTORS Also men's clothing, small size. CooD USEDMOBILE tlvo-for-one
MOVLNG ft STORAGE tf (JS) and back-up lights. Excellentcondition.
/ 546-5331, \
Some almost new. IYOMB
Tof Dial AT 7.3355. Your Friendfy -
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 !
$750. 287-1858.
IN Stuart across from school ( Dodge Dealer. tf (71)) 8.27 ((78))
.RetJ Estate Wanted 96-196 One bedroom, bath, kitchen, 8.27 ((58)) Ilk. I960 Holiday Rambler I

living and dinette Newly! painted J I960( Ford Tudor' In very fine ipondilion. TERRAZZO TIle and Marble.W. Wa.te'10- Boy (Mtac.) $1WANT Trailer 8x23. In park ttad '
I H. Co, AT 7-4880
and ills floors Furnished. 2875055. 1964 plate. $800.00 Tall Wagner occopancy.. Twin beds, fall '
br AT 7-1696. If _II 1 __ '
FOR RENT 35 tf ((35) 2871748. 8-27 ((58)) (71)) and shower $ I

W ..tt..A. \\v the 'best price for vouf : Property
TWO bedroom \unfurnished Apt., 1957 DeSoto Firedome. Auto- FS j Specialize: Window and screen ? Call 1 Jack .Breuit 287- 1960 Cropland, 48 I
at
furnished Osceola & Cone irt St\! 11. 3 ir Glass I. car bedroom .Excellent ,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom l matte-three speed transmission.. Kp" replacement parts If
1214. Merkle Motors Inc.
(81))
house on IndialR.lver, SewallsI blocks from School. $79 per mo'. Factory heat and air conditioned.:' and servfc Custom work AlumIniirrt .I Extra large cloMl space $] :
I Yearly $125 per month.I W. H. Wagner, 787.4880.ot.217- Per steering and brakes. Radio\ extrusions. Builders Supply L. 1957 4318 ; !
,
,Grin 2872197. tf 05)) 1696. tf ((35)) good tires. Good running condi.tlon. Service, Inc. AT 72148. g.) ((71))) Real FJtsta For Sale 'M rear bedrooms Buddy with 25 !:!!

FURNISHED apartments on riv- TWO bedroom furnished apart. Reasonable. Daytime only) 1 L Panrtfab Awning .... $ LUCIE

:r,3 rooms and efficiencies. TV ment on first fl br. Front porch 1 2872622.:...._ JM..u, ,.,_,,.-,,...,,..,, tf ((58);, ) PLANTS A S-kVICES 75 FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront 1954 Wertwood, 2318.
and dock privileges. Driftwood overlooking river. Adults. 609 lots Hiph and dry.
l _
Motel!, 443 North Indian River West 1st Sweet. Stuart 9.3 ((35)) NEIL' CARS, W Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT 7-. mtnum exterior In park, I
.rive Jensen Beach. AT 72237. .l .I. L t PLANTS.Sprinkler( systems, 2595. If ((90)) for' occupancy $

U(35)( ) furnish:(send floor apartment, \W4 Valiant Convertible( V.". landscaping, sod. Fastest growing 1955 Chris-Craft 17 x 8
one bedroom Near nursery in Martin County. Pct FOR: SALE: Three bedroom. 2- el
;TWO bedroom furnished\ apartment schools and bank. Adults... Call Chrysler executive. car with on teats Nursery Loop Road (S-76A). both home. CBS construction: Trailer. New tires 484 ft.
for rent la North River 2872693. tf ((35)) ly 2400 .miles carries 50.000 )film City. "AT 71918.t' (( 7J) screened porch, ff ybrd, 1958 Rltzmft 36 x 10.
Shores. $125 monthly year, around. mile wsrranty. Fully equipped. Bahufrra Tcrracfe. Terms.Dp new kibrlor $ Stuart
SMALL modern $i5 \ fiLOOMIfjbllnK,
apartment Price $ Stuart ChoytterPlymouth ) / hora. Liege
Call 287.3547. tf X35)) 2871494. 8.27 ((90)) 1953 Travelo 36 s 8. 2
week. Close In, Inquire at The Inc., 1215.J .1.Dix. Ie Cut. 1.00 5 ft Cocos Plumose 1.00 .
full
bath,
.FURNISHED two bedroom\ apartment Seven "Cc" Grocery Store, North off Road. Phon 287-6100.. Coco) Palms" 10 ft. J.PQ. Large FOUR bWroom Waterfront home. rooms .
Very clean. Reasonable, U.S. 1 at 20th Street U133)) 8-27 ((60)) variety frjut tree. fldwtrtng sjirutis) Will( trade for vacant I land. Write patio \-attr. 2 window and Cottage
Adults. 287-0768. It Do answercall I vines. Visit Enders Nursery. White Bon 23. STuart Fla. tf (90)) ing*, fa park ready for
287-4806. ( ) BEDROOM-Kitchen Apartment I' 'T City. 4-27 ((75)) cupancy $
tfJ35) and Shrubs
Adults. $35. a month In Rio. WATS & SERVICES 632l'O01' FOR SALE: Income proPerty '
NEAT, clean, h Inch away- AT 7.2902. 8-27(35)( ) 1:>4 4 one room efficiencies plus livmg 1959 Marten' Travel
from town. Furnished efficien For Sale, JVllsctluuieous 78 quarters. All completely furnished. 22 x 8. Sleep 5. Self
cies. The best of neighbors. $45, FURNISHED two bedroom cottage Chris Craft Cabirt t'ruker In Rio. $13,500. Call 2873315. with air conditioners! $ Owner
In Palm City. $65 95 horsepower Chris
Dorothy Apartments 211 Colorado per 8-27 (90)) See Randy Smith AI "
Ave., 287-4837. 8.27 month. Call 287.1685. tf ((35)) motor. Needs a little work. As I K FOR Sale: Hammond Spinet Or. '
((35))
Fred) Silver! al the ..I!
l 1// ,I $630.287.3167. 8-27 ((63)) ,an, Mahogany $900.()( Call 28746H7. NICELY furnished r6 beVlrowntome. big < :
ON the Water: New duplex Siu- FOR RENT OR SALE 31IUI. Dealer, After 6:00: p.m. call 287. ( Suitable for a retired .bt Jensen Beach. AT 7.3232
dio Efficiencies. Furnished, Cathedral I AUTHORIZED lohosoo 4172. 8-27 (78)) coupe 'or small family, Air con. We Servsr What We
ceili i'. Colored tile bath,I Complete silectionof Saks. Service pas screened patio. Also open 8-27 ( I ) tt user
tub and shower Kitchens by Frig RIVER view cottage A. O. Drey- Good dependable ttA Rt tolEt certified by music porch. Can 2876994. 8-27 ((90))
idaire Bahama beds Urge tree- er ( enue, Rid. Last Motors. Expert Factory- I store to be In excellent condition -I
28746. CASA RIO BOAT A $70. Call 287-3266. 8-27(78)( )
shaded
porches. Plus 110 t Fishing' on dell. tf ((38)) MOTOR Dnc.1i0 Rt. 707

Pier,Lighthouse lighted Adults Point Sea P.Gate O. BOX Villas FURNISHED two-bedroom."two In Rio\ AT SALES 7.c>M4., __ tf (63)) TAG Run 3" vs\ lJ.so a. C. O. RAINEY-

1531, Stuart. Phone 287-1657. I bath t waterfront 'home In Stuart. OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED E TV. New guarantee. Reg. Realtor
$199.95. Now $155. No down
Can be used is three bedroom if
9.10 ((35)) for aV
Wi have parts Myment $8.00 per month. 287242. -
desired. Season Box
or yearly..
COTTAGE for rent Cleansed 1 1365. Stuart. tf ((38)) popular. makes.Ubner Can test Md your. bial boll 8-27 (78)) INVESTMENTS Port SewalJ)
sad condenser. Estate
comfortable. SIS I a week. Call ) I J J Ocean to River

287-0902 after_6. o'clock. tf ((35)) : POUR Stuart bedroom.City Limits.bath Especially house in AT Dealer.7-3355. Your Friendly tf DodM((63)) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS .. II Hutchinson Island I

I 1. MOTEL ,U Rental Units 4- .
oat aw NEAR
nice. Furnished or \irofurnisbeU.
FOR SALE Complete I lln I of Lowest Price in Florida
References No pets. Yearly or Marine Supplies Marine Paints, Limed settls* 'of k} % I .... All lamb 08GOLF COURSE mad SUNRISE INN 1. ATTRACTIVE LOCATIONS s. pick
seasonal! (rase. Bo1365., Stuart. Harina lJard"'thlnl for GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS vow OWN iVsw the. foOowbic:
MTADSDOTHEJOB I tf ((38)) trartivrly foratvhr ceramic ttte baths. LAVISHLY LANDSCAPEb"
your boat Wbidcar Boat Works ORGANS A 4800- $%'00.00 per foot

SALE feENT: Three bedroom tort SewaO. tf <(63)) EASY TERMS toC..ty ftffvPBMMra and 94tll|>fVw TtfttftV* 2001 4sr 700 285.00 pet foot

one and a half \both home. FOR A FISHERMAN' NEW r.*. Let boo.. UA. \ by S2r tairaAsuitable HIGH OV THE ST. LUTIC RIVER C = MO* = 250.00 per fool
Central heat and air conditioning. 24' LapMrake, hardtop fall wffl MORITZ PIANO CO. D 2 2 ; for metal salt .f traflrr eiMsiosi -
( ) MASTER UNIT E
7-4J931_ tfJ38) leaks inboard or outboard power.If 112 tee 3rh Street ) 110r' 400.00 pw foot

TWO bedroom CM Home for I you Van Install mfeor\ in your Ft' Pierce, Fla. Fb. 46M741 Priced at $4500.00 per rests! a bath with al F -. 600" -. S7U.'* toes
spare" rime, you should lee .\IiI \ \ tf(78)TAO ) ae It. 3 Bedroom room bcfedfetfNihtf s .
I boat. Ideal for InWOe or off- iml __ renm eel kkcbrst cmrumuMfiag tUckksg
287.3147 9.24 (38) fishing. Call West Palm Beach TE MM3: 23" OE Console kw of river.Cratral t LfcfAWkrVtcrrVMh t gL I
.. .
I 2-5204< or 6551713. tf ((63)) ')'V. p taut .controls.
.. ( CAMP Sew Fork St. .
I t249.9Now $220. No I11 2. FBinNC MI ilea .... AST Co hhmbgCLtfcT
: WANTED TO RENT 40 i 25 Chris Cin. sleeps;.: tqM: down. $10 I per month. New ,... 2 EsctsMl -

\ I red with outtiggcrs and bead antee. 2874242.. 8-27 ) SR-7 footage C vestal efftdesxtssww ; HOUSE UAV t'rlte' l Low d $1350
Taw over payments, owner kaYo ail $2000.1fiU.i.Uv.
I ELDERLY couple no children leg town. See at Cask Rio Boat TRUSSES, ctaMte atoct.ID..1 mtMTMt ,bulMInc" Priced 2 Betkoon Bath rid Ih"tag abutm. it. iiin.

I no pets company sometimes Dock. t-27 ((63)) see pads. ankJwtt, cto. Stuart low at $49.M. all sotftra tacOitira. MLA .'1......*.. C JI IMS !St LWle. Shores.i'i .
I wishes to rent two bedroom well or tf fTf),
ATlantic 7.1550 furnished home at reasonable. rent, 1959 Owens 25, Csbto Cnai t. ..- --1.
pial Nov\ | toMay;.t.| .Stuarvensenlocation. ( Corvette engine I Ipw engia* TAG 72314. 7S *'Whitewall COLORADO DORLON'-101 .
A\tNW PHIL SDtMOM j inside
: BlU.
the : Best eight-year referen hours. See at Anchorage Boatel ft)Ion tires. Like new Guano SOl 7-224J
and, ask for pees that locality. Might buy give or tee CoL R.. D. Craves, weekend; Iced. $12 each plus sales tM 'oorr. STUART. FLORIDA Anldefeia IfEMXEX

: J details. Bert Kerr, Cape Vincent at 651 Overlook Drive tAT < >hoo No down payment-$, ". ,.month. I' L_ j ..; .tti "MLSt 9ft'
3 'amtAd) j i IN. Y..U611.40) 7-4J93. W ((63)) 287-1242. W7 1.78J,




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THE STUART (Florida) NEWS ThursJuy, Alllls|{ 27> M4 T.B CASES mID LV

enjoy..:'ly and.*Mr month. t Frank vacation Baker are In I I G northern eoraia. Florida Ala.... B. TILTON FOR lUGFINEST LOTS LillIe CIRCUIT I It'IMMM COURT! '

-- I AM Skxw see Woodward H
= I I 1r I __ FOR THE Stte+y, dKr *; Robert J. Randolph /

REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 190MILn REALTOR FINEST HOMES;; Theatre ; Eleanor' Flower v*. William C', I

I "- "-1'| ", -"_ __ Gch, Florida''' AT 7-U11 FOR 11 IK; Flower divorce; Elton StJt..I.AmodM .
I Brunt vh. Vane* E
"presents" FINEST SECTIONS, Meeting Howard Jr., and! NtU Howard,
THINK '. hit ",ife, mntt4ge forelMiurr
in all of Martin Counfy Elton Schwarz.
I to River Frontage Hear yet Hear y,1! W. want Lucy Muriel Brows v*. Paul
RALPH
HARTMAN JR. Sol to attend the klrtiJe' 1teCin, Joseph Bnien, dwofc Harry T
frontage verafce depth ,000'. New \|.\ 1500' Thursday Aiif 21 at 8 pro. at Pr>
When You Think .n !soon to be complrtMl St. I bele County SEEARBOGAST the Little Theatre, Second Street (orXilhourd Murm Corp."I. .
only $200.00 per front foot. C. B. and! Albany Avenue" I a i d a Fdith A. Drown, et al, quiet 'title
REAL ESTATE & spokesman 'Thin tall in put wit William A. Oiightenon.
tor all members' and all J'C"OI'IInlcre..ltI Manila M. Duncan vs randsv.
110 E. OSCEOLA A\'Eo to Riyer Frontage in any phase of Little Griffin et ai, quiet tile; V(. .t'
STUART WATERFRONT PROPIRI1LS: : ,
AT 500'deep Theatre work -
y about protected beach d.1ot to A Otightenon..
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:1 Inlet -.: Price only $%15.00 per fad REALTOR "Plun* for the ((964-63 year will Marie Uwlg v*. Carl E. LbMig.Uivixxe .
= be the main topic of Jitcuvsmn" I T. {". Honk
The play reading committee has I Don Russell. vi. Lynn Carole
EXCLUSIVE AGENT .FOR. been working hard. Its report will Russell divorce; Elfin SthwafSIkm ,
from Martin Grade West Palm CIyhigh, he given at this meeting I Houston v*. John Hrtu I ..
.. $400.00 : Exclusive The group has had a banner ton, divorce. Robert 1. Randolph.Ocririulc '
Only per acrf.
Income Acreage S.R. 76 year for lAj-A4. This meeting!! lone.'c.. Uifiiun nt
I NORTH RIVER SHORES' .iIIl be the Marling gun for a Jones! divorce. Robert, J. Ran
ImludM i Bedroom I I \ on tTlc lIill) per and better 1 19b4.6S Iti.'j dolph
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Unfunded lCh:
house RIVER FOREST
2 I NORTII 'x
alee bedroom CB Home YOU out I I there can i s Muule InJiiMne* Inc. vs Dr
furnished Cottage rented for $60.00 per month each plus 3 I airy to wonnVrfnl* RIVER RIDGE come true You're ,welcome at this lti1.kl'on iX-aen-liier*. and "s'
with 330 feet of frontage on Slate Road terrazso: floor awning window 9(12 ,
: 76. Full Price $ meeting! Alhcrt I Siegfried and Harold F
shelter with open patio above nice carport GULL HARBOR plait and! the First, National 1r
S.R. 76 1 Acre, Ple-"shaped, hut 110 feel frontage State 'DItt room Total Price $17.000.00. I ll'RiriLR TO CLARKS Bank of Stuart, (foreclosure of .,A.
76. Full Prke $2X00.00 Lots claim of lien; W. R. Scott 'Ii
Finest Everywhere' Mr and.Kir( *, Toby Clark of
PALM CITY 6 Lots, 50 feel by 150 feet at Cornell! Walking Distance to Town includinglobe Sound fort Pierce, formerly of Stuart, \\''nn'OIf'R'I: :
Close to River. Full price! $5000.00 I' bedroom CB home with all electric kltchenG.E.. announce the arrival of a daugh- MET: AT LIBRARY
lit horn Tuesday morning, Ang 9
tile bath with vanity- new well 1 h.p. 287-0440 2*. In the Fort Fierce MemorialIKwpitul. li i the league of Women Voter
I All .fa rood l *!..?* rot $1 WOO.OO.Phone Pol..... Clark l III the ilaugh- won to meet' at the Martin County ,
252 EAST OSCTOLA STUART, FIORIIUat her of Mr. and Mr. George Archibald Public: I ihrary at 2 p,m. Wedne. ,
287-H11 Pine Street. day, Aug. 2ft. A workshop program :;*,*,.
/act UIOI .. nut was planned, l Ie> prepare for Nt-
Alexander Graham fall: inven anal W'I1111VOler! Week. Sdp

REAL ESTATEJim -- ------------ r----------------. ---- -. -_tor of__the.X.telephone,1. Illii,wg*.a. native.. 13-19:_ _____ :J
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Whitehead, Associate '

(31 COLORADO. AVE. PIIONE AT Deeds

(IT Week ADVERTISING :
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NOMINATED and ELECTEDFor r.Um.l.d_ rtrur!from. .
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the Best Buys This 'Week' Are the Jn r.Cato... of wh, .!r._
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h nonlnol!, ouch
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100' Watetirtmt'Homesite $2,200.00 nt c....of. when lruat*na.
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band, I mp
; 6 Residential Lot ..... .. $3,750.00 ..*,are.)' minimum Inatanoi "PULUNG '

22 Lot (II waterfront) ..................... $25,000.00 : :, : r.ses. plw ictukl> d POWER"1 ;
nnr>r but proh.
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660' On New 4-Laned U.S. 1 ................... $60 per foot I :: a.oa* *appose oaaa offlo 14!to

100' llutchinson bland ((1600' deep) : d New thiin l ih k:.tat no 4
Ocean to River .... $285.00 per foot for the ..tlm i- ABC


and to 16 Hattie, Block B. IS AS SIMPLE AS

M. P. ( ) of Port Salerno

Properties. one, L,; !11* -
REALTOR lots<< I and 2,
Salerno, $1,100. WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IN
.. Propertie, Inc. a.
,ASKOCIATESI FLLEN NELSON, !M. R. (RONNY) I lot 5, Block
)2. E.OCEAN BLVD. STUART, FLORIDA Pbon $MX<<)1.


Memben MULTIPLE-- -10tfVG-- .- Sf.RVlCt'k17; -- UH'w.to New ek*Fannie 48 and kirk SuMivi, W Lot Moore M'I, I a 1e' 'tvmrt !(e\tJJ1 ;


I 65 in Salerno! I ;
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FOR CHOICE W executor estate I T

*, to Coral (Jar.
Island Co., lot* 141
IJufchinson property
I I. Coral Garden ,
ds low as . . .$100. per -i
) Inez M Luct to A
Lots as low as '. . . . $ Lot 277, Plat I, :

Business Corners as low as $ Subdivision Moll to W$100., B. YOU GET GUARANTEED AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION

Acreage as low as . . $ ux room house. .. ,
EtUUt $11 When we quote a circulation; figure to you, it i i4 the latest authorized Audit Bureau
Homes as low as . . . $ )
wife and George of Circulations statement. It includes only paid in advance copies t to suh criher cop.* .:

to WAW*, Lank Lumber 12, I ies sold on the newsstands, and over our counter. Our circulation records arc audit :"
BUY BUY I lJ
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,6 Plat, ""A" Part 40 of :: ed at regular periods by a national 1 organization which certifies to all advertisers the ..a'I
TowBthip .
Bedroom CBS duplex l,500 $2,800.60 dowII.CCII'IIrr ...,
L 1 location-one tide rented Set It Nowll!t )9$7.5 Ea"(00.i l.. Martin exact number of papers purchased by potential customers-no.1 our ,

i and We Wee 13,
Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did !. II, Rio St. LUCM of publication not any returns which did not sell-but genuine sales.' e- 'I'

I Corporation. of This is the only paper published i in Marlin County authorised: to I

I State In Section of Florida 12,, display} the emblem at the right. r

lion O'elluand II Rang Eat, ,\
0.26 of JIG acre,

Company I Charles. P., and
too Colorado Are. (am* from lit NaUoeid Bart) 249, Plat 1,
AT 7-250 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 I 11000. B :
and wife and .
DON OTCELLV W BOB WILLIAMS !I :
and wife to Flora '
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r Thursday Auguxt 27, 1964Palm I t.j !! :: 'rY INiil@ [1

: ;; r LakePark I.ij 'Super-Right'' WESTERN HEAVY BEEF' 1'SQUARE GUT ;



Newsby I. CHUCK ( ; ,ij ijf



11 yourdto )I,... F. P. GAINES .f: ;. .{. 1

Ph. 281-!363 1,1,1 1 ,.' :: : I It
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like 'Ir t c ; ::1
Mill! Ruth Ann Rice, :
daughter .
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of Mr. and Mra. Raymond Rice, : 4
know bas returned from a vacation in i: I

The Dairy Council el River Indiana Junior She is College enrolled in Indian 1: ':;

i South RorWa Is :":: IC'
proud
if Mrs. Let Verble returned to LB Iv
tt prone Certificate el her home here after an extended

f II Merit{ Awards to these visit folk, with Va.Tommy. her daughter in Nor. ARMOUR STAR CANNED I:.; '..' .... .... .... ... .' '" i
I a serving young people J.I ....... ., :: : :",. :'):,:: '',;: ". :: : ,: ,:. : : "" I
I ...foe eulrtesw/fn8/ Arant. IOn of Mr. and PICNIC .. .......... flin $179 s'.'. :; : : :: : :: tl,
,iMi ss d onempkry bin. Jack Arant ii visiting hit -sail J
hoi.rshlplicncdog both grandmother" in St. Augustine ALLGOOD SUGAR CURED/ 1\
; end Mr. and Mrs Harold' %-111. "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF < 1'1 liCK SWISS a
fomfly community. man and children returned Timmcr-recent.ly BACON .. .. .................. 89c
from an extended motor tour of BONELESS CHUCK f
j he Eastern States and Canada.. SUPER: RIGHT SMOKED SLICED :: STEAK C
jI w
jI I They ton, D.spent C. and tome in tune Iowa.in Washing Chipped Beef f .................. .. pka. 29c BONELESS STEW
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Mrs. William S. Cannon and PLUMROSE> IMPORTED CANADIAN Boneless I'
children have returned from a 2' 7 9 C -

I Vacation trip to Alabama.Mr. BACON ... ........... can $219 e$, GROUND CHUCK .,: :4j Lll, I

and Mrs Charles Cowhan
I and family have recently moved ilAf.RMR1Uf; SLICED Your Choice r.iifiiiiiliiii >ii 1
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ROBERT t to North Ttwenty third Street T59c
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Palm Lake Park from .. ... .. I '
DENTONMCLAUGHLIN I Englewood PLAID 11!
i Mrs Cowhan will be remembedas MORTON'S FROZEN Chkken Turke Y. !Beef SUPER RIGHT CUBE SHOULDER CLOD or ENGLISH CUT I j 5tE'X(1fl( ill
Harriette Howe of Palm Lake STAMPS

Senior Mr, Mel at aujhlln Dan ,Me-a Park.Mr. POT PIES 5 :P:.. 99c STEAK LB. 89c ROAST .. . .. 69c i wIN kU -- .i4 yurckaw et'i;_!

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Catty High School, has and Mrs Robert Haweier I--IfII1111'-- .
put ble summer vuea.Prased vacationed I n Jamaica recently Special/ JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED DELICIOUS Ii SWEET '12'os.
lion, to good and really enjoyed themselves as I 119
FASWEET
Into service asa they lift their children in capa- buff' (
,counselor when enrollment ble hands. The Haweicrs live in il H Good thru S.U Au(. M Ml.*. ".J9 M nl'I I

exceeded expectations North River Shores 1:ii..lC"HtxtC1lashlul'.. ._. ._.. ;'
at St APPLE PIESSpecial --- ------ ------------
I the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pendarvii Each39c
hide CA, Day County+ Camp YM.he. are the proud grandparents of :- ii :!
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has been Big Brother, a baby girl named Roble Annette ]
oaci), counselor, and flail( The baby weighed seven Ir25&ba '

strict a full dtodplltinnan complement to of pounds avaugh Parents Malt now are living Mr. and in Mrs.Spe MARBLE VANILLA CIIOCOLATE OR STRAWBERRY : STAMPS .!!j I"I"I "

nard Alaska Mr. Hull it the ... 1
tit with tea urdi .t
youngster ago to 'Iff "'"' Mi'
lip fourteen. former Carol Pendarvis of Palm |5 I CANS OF ANN PAGE
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T \ Lake Park C =SK) PORK & O 21-os. M
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ICE I MILK I Ga I.
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ASSOCIATION MEETS _:j" BEANS cane 00C 'I!
.1h Ctn/ | Goe4 tkra S.U Au|, n w 2e-e4 H'IN =
Palm met Lake in regular Park Civic session Association Aug.- It. It

17 at 7:30 pm in the community -
room of the First National Special PICKLE PATCH HAMBURGER SLICED DILLS or WHOLE --- I
Banks" Fourteen members were 'a1'i ilbG


SANDRA President>resent Business. C was C. Melton conducted In the by DILL PICKLES l.Pint 25 .", .

WOSTELLERSandra absence of the secretary, Mrs.
.sixth grader Ruth Miller, who was ill, MrsAntoch -OZ. 'e 'WIt" ..... c.- I
at Oscevla Elemen substituted.Minutes .. Jar 'r >$%.50 PlII'dll8e of =
Sari School, U a mrm. were read and approved1 School Supplies
her of TOT Tfaih., Social hour followed with refreshments 'I
A & FANCY CLING
Special P GRADE "A" YELLOW
t era of Tomorrow rnwShe served by Mr. and ... Fury Az .+..wa.N
) rim asKlnbitrachett ,. .. Mrs 0ob AlU>rn. : : s
of the first. The next meeting will 'be Si.pt L : .
through third grades, 15 at 7.30.; with Mrs: Jack Leek-
uperviiinf.clawwort 'nor and Mrs. Frank Ouines a. re'reslunent PEACHES FANCY 29'Special r-------i--------------., .
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oonduottng project, : hosts 'S ,ICED 1 i
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svocfcliif on record
!f'
PLAID !
,- liliiI' grading papers Ray Miller has been dismissed! {I\rI\ ,
Sandra, quite possibly from the hospital after undergong 50 STAMPS M
ena'teachers"of the en youngest record t an operation / ANN PAGE FINE QUALITYMAYONNAISE : .:{ i 1tl"p'at'a CCUPM j I

dog. all this while Mr and Mrs. Arthur Link vacationed : nor SHOT n:
maintaining opener in Sarasota! for ten days. :!!I BUG 1.-0-1.0
marks In her OWlJradL Mr and Mrs Paul Croyle Or. Quart 49 :: ; KI1XFR bomb 89 e It!!

---. -'r _.- lando, are visiting; Mr. and Mrs. 18 a :,? *,t, AU.. ee Mta. ,..... ,\.
a. Link Jar
.I' L : e s ct_.. !!! ;

j BABY C1IRIMENLNGKarla :
Ann' baby daughter of ANN PAGE ZESTY1OMA1D A &\ P FANCY GRADE*A" GREEN GIANT CREAM STYLE CORN or r .vw'i{ iliiii.li iif----

Mr,,and and Mrs Donna. frank Ann,Klein baby of daugh-Miami Ketchup .... .. I 3' 4ge Fruit Cocktail *' 2T n"3ge' Sweet Peas 8 Sa$100:; I t!'II PLAID i

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dux-
: J Ion of Riviera. beach were chris-; I LIBBY NITILEY (.LORED SOLID GREEN GIANT MEXICORN or IN 'IitI STAMPS f

toned at the St George. Episcopal Tomato Juice 4'q: 2ge: 2 Mb. 27e Niblets Corn 8c :1.0 $100 TU. CMI 4 Pyrc*
BEVERLY Church In Riviera Beach; last I .. ...... ;; Margarine edu .. Ii MWItk PACE M ONION-M iif
E or
SNIPES Sunday officiated.Father M W. Zimmerman A A P FROZEN GOLDEN PASIURIZED aiU: E SPREAD BLACK FLAG ANT i I. GARLIC JVl-oz. i,

Mine at.Martin Snipes Cointy, a Senior High lending There for were the four Klein generations baby Mrs ate Cut Corn ... .... 2 2 27C Ched-0-Bit 2 knit 7ge Roach BombFANCY .......... :=: 7ge 91 c SALT. i ikni f.t., AMI .! Mi&.. i9OL':53Q I! \

School JIg been an Hallie Young. great'grandmother, :!! : ;
active 4II Club number Mrs. Betty Jo fuller, mother of : 9 ::56l6 !
for the past levee Mrs Maxine Klein and Karla NewReduced : m T
years This summer\ Ann Pictures were taken of the Fancy Pears or
she served as Coun.aeloratthetHCainp.. Four generations, '' '
A buffet luncheon was servedat Items
Teaching swimming the home of Mr. and Mix I
and WwMlnj with Charles Hutton at Riviera Beach. PEACHESXou.r .
ether recreational Detergent Giant ,
The highlight activities. COMMUNITY' I SAIL: ... .. ... .
of the camp swslon CARD: Otr 14-0& A 1 1
was a "World Fair PARTY AJAX ......,,...,................ 2 care 33c : ,4t(.. ; { '! v
Party" te which she A refreshment card party will ,
Ckaoser t'
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deal contributed at research a gust and \be Civic held Association by the Pulm at I Lake p.m. Wednesday Park BAB-O .....;......:. ...... 2 21-0&f._ 49c ,... ;.'r; itr j ;' ) i- K. 19' .. j

costuming Sept. 9, in the community Cleaner I Ib. } + \4 StarUke 10V1* x S*
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room of the First National SPIC tf SPAN ".-' pl... 11 N\ ULLtR 300 JPT
Join us,'wont you, Bank Bath SUeCAMAY BARS PVPtR .. .... 4CStarUke
In honoring these fine For reservations please I call I I ,J5OAP... .. 2 zgJQ FIRM RIPE ,, .. lOVi"' I"
>x (ppeckQ!
,. Mrs Alcorn. :287-2744, or MrsLeckncr Bath SUe BAR ; ,;}" 'I. I1LLER
people :
young ; S "
2875392 /
........ TOMATOESEASTIRN a Lb. 19t -
end lie hundreds like IVORYSOAP C- PAPER ... ... 50079|
......... Rrgulur SUe B.\RS I StariikeCOIPOSITION
who ore our Shirley Walubarkcr has returned .. 2 21! e
dope_end our eowHry's to her home after an extended PALMOUVeRrgulNr : !NEW CROP REGULARPOTATOES: IS sec on-
vim with her sister, Betty Lorrie, Size BARS .' BOOK .... 0"C
hope for the future. in 1 lamer, Pa LUX SOAP ....... .. 2 21e SWtib 841"* 11-
Lb 5 5 i
10 Bag C
I Tomato SoupCAMPBELL'S 10"00& PENCIL
rCifiCe There now MM.000> tele .... 2 ears 23e TABLET !100 ah. 23 e
in India a 200( cent;
pvr .
Increase: in the lust ten years.U. Mkiule Muld From 5 6 8ge Shlnt 641oa. 544ehr.... A f J StarUke lVi t l\*

o! lletil) S. steel production for February akclal ORANGE TkwueMFENEX DELIGHT boll t-d UIUl..IfS.: .. ..... .... ..... .... "10 21 e COCO:>UT B.IRS ...-....... ps 639C 9 1 TYPING. ..,'g .150 oyc OA-

1964 totaled 94381)00) ) net ......... ..... Clkkke of the See 645-. NaM CmXMSJ 1 e., aPAPER +
Ions of ingots and steel for COM Iilthl'OOllll.: .... 600 roll Lie lUNA ........_... ..... na 35C CRACKERSRkMFreM ............... 1'k4' 3 C Thereto, leckodce. TWnmw Bet
LUNCH
logs D :LSEY ..\...-.;. ..-.... .. 2 pKk 25 e fkkk: of "Ik* See 64 .... 49c Bl1C _. ... $298
Smoiey SayitI Armour Star Vknoe' ...... MIIIIE TUNA ..-.......... . na 41e aiOCOLATE; ECLAIRS plug.
Ig SAUSAGE .'a.............. 2 nlll 45e
I llO Goooi!THAT'S T CAMPriRtl>ft WAvTB' Dhiljr Muort I I Iv5: 4ge CORN Howard:"! T04S1IESl Juhmims :Irene.....:........ I'29 C ,v Kj Kav-nV?Jairt Only Plaid'St2mps ARE PRICES GOOD iv tins AD
,, POT OUT A BEEP rEw > '. Get fine Celts Faster THROICIISHORTENING
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lltimicl. 12-. l .t CoffteMMAJE I. .. + S.TtRDAY. ALCLST: : %9.
o 49 e $145 r. uwat.nan a.acw .a .yrawr.
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,. '- ,. .. THE STUART (forth) NEWS
" 'At 7:30 P.M. on Sept. 17i : Rogers in Blast Zone DirectorsAre Thursday, Amp..t 27, 1964 1-C
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Mobile Home Rules At Spain's Deal !! i ie Named For hart Ymglrog,/allAi8tallt.director Edward Kirk "

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Zone 4 (Hobe Sound) Data
For Cuban Ships Civil DefenseI Milita. director, R. Randall, communications .
chief.
I \ ire. icmtinous: communica: Zone 5 (Indiantown) George
;Public Hearing SetA Congressman Paul Rogers has I "Ith dido ana community \A hilt. director, Ken Williams
blasted! a massive million dollar 'J tct'nse Agencies i the county operations chwf
shipbuilding deal between communist h :: ,!1,ihl;xhed Civil Defense Zone Zone 5A (Booker Park Indian-
public hearing has been schcd- Ward told his fellow commissioners Castro and Spain. I ,.nlml l (enters equipped with I town) Cleveland Mcknight, director
led for 7:30: p.m., Sept 17 by the many developers would be Roger said that Cuba has been ,i' ''IIJ.\r\I electric generators and .
I arch County Planning and Zonig discouraged when they could only holding secret negotiations with I\W w,1md l'lS at the following DUI rii7vTc.Row i :\ -FAST-
I Commission to discus and for the construction of some
Spain 'iiimmitics with Iho following
have four lots to the acre. He the called isa
gamcfiiih dolphin
'probably approve new regulations forty-two ships ranging from fishing tone Directors:
mobile home subdivisions. said he believed it more practical trawlers to at least ten large fast growing species: Dolphins
/ I Jensen) Randolph Spinner -
t About fifteen persons showed to allow reduction of lut sixes to freighters weighing up to 1)000 $ "nr dacctor.( AI Willckt, awHslanlA weighing IBM than two pounds have
atumul! of 56 in
I at a meeting Thunday night to 3,000 square feet as long as other tons deadweight He said that some Y _' (Salerno) Arthur Clem i weight pounds.
.listen as the commission discussed regulations particularly water and estimates of the sire of the deal ins, director Bob Chapman, assist one year at marine aquariums.Halt
the regulations which would sewage, were met by the developer. have run as high as $500,000,. I I mi I the U S 11)"n"" I it spent
Change lot sizes, and control water The only other regulation that 000 /"ru' I (Palm City) Winston for (foot) heifer cod ciothuig.is .
. I rand sewage in mobile home sub- was questioned concerned a rule "This deal has been allowed to I ---- -.- --=-
.'divisions.IB setting aside 5 per cent of the go too far" Congressman Rogers I '. a '
I There were few questions and gross land area for recreation pur* said "Many of the contracts are
. no protests from those present. But noses. W, J. Leonard, of Hobe already in torce, and one ship was
J Mthe commission left until the public Sound, who is developing an area given a large launching ceremonyin :
bearing a final decision on its north of the community told the Spain recently, where the wife( v
mew regulations in order to give commission it would be a good of a high.-anting Cuban diplo- I 'taL j, -
the public a chance to think them idea to decide to whom recreation mat broke a bottle of champagneon I 0A
> areas would be dedicated. the ship's bow, I
over.The only major disagreement He said if recreation areas were "What makes the deal even more
came- withih the commission itself dedicated to the county, then offensive( is the possibility of Spain I
when Commissioner Donald Ward the area would be open to the extending long range credits to
questioned the advisability of setting public. He asked the commission Castro," Rogers protested "It dn
the minimum lot size at 5000 to consider allowing the areas to would be bad enough were thisa
square feetVISIT be maintained and remain under cash deal, but Spain reportedly a
the jurisdiction of the property is easing the burden for Castro by
I owners of the subdivision agreeing to accept 300,000 tons of I
The commission decided both sugar to be shipped over the next''
r Always a Rood arltctiim of tn two payment"The I
lot sizes and recreation areas could years as part
.Wit be considered in detail at kchedul- Congressman pointed out
IIU i iOe'tv1 I.ed public hearing. that Castro was desperate for ships AUTHORIZED DEALER
,ur I due to the decline in free world
BURNS TO SPEAK !ship traffic to Cuba He said that I SALES AND SERVICE
ships! were the only practical
OUR FOUNTAIN I Ir I Democratic gubernatorial can method of keeping the island sup
ALL MODELS of VOLKSWAGEN
F.r Y ir r........ Drfa* I the didate Florida Haydon Citrus Hums Commissions will address plied, and that the decline, was due !MRS. J. C. IIVGIKIY I of Palm City displays tho poise and !\confidence!: : which comet when a
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I wa suva LUNCH to U. S. pressure on these allies to Haloes for the first time
r I Florida Citrus Breakfast at the. gaged in such traffic.If student pilot Phone for your Service Appointment;

''STUART. DRUG CORP. I I Florida Fruit convention and Vegetable in Miami Association Spain is aiding Castro in anyway She's! Wife of Florida I lliglmuy Patrolman 110 1.4043( .
L..THi'asEXW.aTOtt t tlaa this nation should halt U S .
1st. I Ir Beach. Convention dates are Sept foreign aid to Spain immediately !
,r :21.25. Rogers demanded He said the extension ST. LUCIE MOTORS
of credits by Spain to Cuba Loretta Hagerty Tells How It
I TI constituted a clear violation of 210' OhLtCIIOBKH: ROAD
Call Us .
! forEXPERT I JI".OO section 620 (II) of tho foreign aid

I program"1 his section of the law is one Feels to Make' First Air SoloEditors FORT PIERCEa

""I ?Wvj_ which I sponsored in 1 1961.M Con- ,
stated "It
Rogers
gresuman prohibits
Specialists in + any U. S. aid going to any -- -.- --. --. .
note: When l I.nrctliiHagirty
Y country which aids Cuba. wife i of Florida Highway 1
DESIGNS Rogers said Spain received $55 Patrolman J. C. lljgtrty of Grand Opening Sale in Our Nov Location
CONSTRUCTION 800.(000)() foreign aid from the U. S,
Palm City, made her first solo

. MAINTENANCE last year flight she was so delighted, she! 131 N. 2nd ST. FT. PIERCE
I. .Ii just had to write ahout the ex
,' .' SWAMP BUGGY DAYS
SUPERVISIONPhone perience, Here is her account of
Naples annual mud slinging contest : the thrill that conic when your A 0 S Over 6000 Items and Every OneAT
287.1918
! __, the Swamp Buggy Derby, will instructor ways, tkcy. take it

I HARDY PLANTS SOLD RETAIL sixteenth be held on annual Nov I Swamp, climaxing Buggy the up alone," DISCOUNT PRICES

LANDSCAPEAND Days celebration.The By LORHTA: HtCrRlYIt

PELICAN was the morning of July 29. AMtRltAN: DISCOUNT SPORES
NURSERY skinny-legged wood ibis 1964 II ,ml Yon Get A 1 J110lleylack Guarantee
in the only stork native to the
LOOP ROAD, PALM CITY United States. With my instructor, Rusty IIlh-
I hud done few tukoolfi( ,
bard. a OPEN 4'
and landings., mud sure Ihut !the I Hoy's Sport Shirts t
Here's the",announcement,, you've been waiting; for proper pattern was being followed 11rk'y' + liVliRY
and taxied the. Wurth Iwke Ik* .
"" *" as we dowa runway NIGHT id's.
I was told what I hud Wilted "t s
:: .OUR ANNUAL all this lime to hear: "Are you MU. TIL 9

.. .. .. ready? You're going to make that 97.MW ti yr
,
: T,: -; ; solo flight. Now relax. go out justas t .
I .,,...... ...' youve been doing, and! Iak1off GIRL'SDresses
i His last oe' "Good 1
luck, I know can da it"
: r'I you '
I ill' .I. M/ Well, the first thing to enter Boy 8 Dungarees SIZES 6.14'
i i my mind was, "I'm I alone:, and I t. a
mean alune" I looked up at the 57 WUTMN ITVUHUUCED
sky and tears started down $1 $197
running A--" c:.... '
my fate I was so excited: and so CORN IIROOM 'I I IN.
20 % to 50% OFF happy to have made the grade in

my ,Instructor's: opinion, that I Ididn .... .......... N'....
OF DRESSES IN SIZES 5 TO 18COT10NS t have tune. to a be scaredI HOY'S .: 'N..elei: 5 7 c nafnl: ,
E. lined up the plane with the HAIR BiNlW ,
JERSEYS: : SILKSSpecial runway and proceeded to take off, HRIEFS \ "
Upon reaching the altitude of May ALL COLORS
feet required before making a turn, un d. ALL ELECI'RIC?
I looked down to check my pout TSHIRTSNATIONAL : j''
lion and found I was still over the AIM'LIANGES? 1 c
Rack olLJresse3txnrnOSL runway. The Ions of the extra
weight of my Instructor. to whichI ,-.... .. 1'-1.'.
.. NW j".... 1i..4
I had been accustonwd mode a lot / 7 T.- IIOCKLNti
: : VALUtSIN 4 f ANCHOR
a':
:
of difference in the speed of takeoff or' r ,., Imif (* .
BETTER DRKSM4Broke : and In the handling of the 11 Qi GLASSESHIRDSEYE
,
Slits and Styles Taylorcnfu $

i Now my mind was full of things BRANDS Q87GINDEE --&. '. ''r.ti:1":' :.....
VALUES It $...9S to be done. I hud to leave the air """
port and com around in the proper 1IH()\V. BULBS
TO manner (pattern) to make the Q ( \,
$300 $1500| ?
landing. This included maintain trotted.loa 8 for 63
A mg altitude, watching for otlwr life, IIAIIZSPRAY
A planes and executing; precise turnsto buy y
line up with the runway As I 1 3 .,. .. .
I 1 for 11.0') C GO. M l SIM l M lla aorta.
Y ..., ..
cut the throttle and made my approach 5. SIMRK.LLAR
I was sure I I'd make a sale' $200, 1
binding and I did. .
11'e extend a cordialWelcome However I didn't reckon with Student Lamp I DIAPERS

having to do it again. but M I IUJtttd 6 8 C
down the runway I could VAL.
see Rusty me on lo 97 ..J
waving go
, to around again, So away I went tsalwc u $14 6 for 68crLANOLIN .

As I touched down for the
second time I thought "Now if
he thinks I I'm going to do this. LAIN.' AND GIRL'S PLUS Nl'Ur1RISU.E
again, he', Cluy." Sure enough,
teachersT.
: our as I neared the same spot, Rusty TENNIS SIIOES t ., CREMERINSECIANT I HAIRBRUSH
waved mt on to make the third :
landing This I did and U wes / KM n< !SI/K 1'
New Tmchcrs and to Tracbrn rctmiafSnbi smooth and ..,.. AII) 9FS 97c. 28c

IbM Jtmr, wt cslndssnccrt a The Ihnll and excitement of
wckomt, with WM vkOws for a realizing I had flown M airplane 69 C
atone was more than I can put. SNEAKERSCMILMKiri
plmMusI .. It Is a .ftrmun sad M booorto .
into words. I was on Cloud Nine' SUtS "''. I > Tlllkb1Y lUpkLVI
|bas. yea to ew tommumHj. Call to sad I was a student pilot? .
gel ac art traytoery totmsted to srrvhf ,.. Wttt" alone, and paM tlw test for my Mid tlMen's >
Ow Mlcctlua ..f gao. pad. s rkb plots license Then I can take miFriends ROLLERS LAnoa"

fvwplrts. and show them bow simple / Shoes .. alase'' "' .
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HH? STUART (FUJ NEWS Thnrsday August 27 1964 SATURDAYAUG. SUNDAY-ConttnoHIlrM MOPOAY-Conttooed Residents Asking

I IBMM .-4 Oanwr II Patio Is
Mayla, "Covir 11I.1" Eye-appeal

: COMPLETE TV PROGRAM Mla. I. L 'MM'r: .... Houses in|
Larger
.dS-4_; I..tas.. Slot-=- lao'.I'4 "T1d..u .t .:t a..., eto...,

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J 'r.c.i ". -. .otl-l. ..... l. '! Discussed by Expert : Subdivision HereFour
t.p lilt ,t.9 Th. ; :':': .=... ..1Jo IoII--lI.lI :. II Mos fat SktIlIalloMO'wP :
I( tt: ....... ...tII... sad
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(40 West P. __b art MwarotraiB > .. DM __Ible 1ev .D' 0eMId, MatinalIs s Mumlcnf. of Wi N (3- I

1 akann*. I r1I! : .. toll= By IIERVEY SIIVRPE polio One uiiuettfcn Is to try I Subdivision asked the M.r ,
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WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY-Continued 0...., .. flowers in portable pot. County Planning and /><:. .

Aim.Ia.i. II ItlOu-I ThAI TIt-.4 SSIIIOr.;. ItiSill I or ,I L.11s.: WarS Agricultural Extenlon Scrvka Colorful flowers svfa st d] for Commission Thursdav in>.'!ltt)! ,

Danny Kaya thaw \ L0 1: TUES DAY useful the outdoor room include the house M/O in the
Moral. ,., ("....t Hoar \1" '", I A patio nerve many living "uparade"

( M M.aday an*!*) { fr\o:1 Tto.tr* &:::-...... HPT. i purpose cockscomb, geranium, petunias, tuhJivMon.Mrs. .

TtOO-io: OwltaMtol\ Obnroam$ it ( )-I Adwntvra- rkaatw Dad.. ... .c;. It can be a status symbol if you mnrigokli and bachelor buttons Donald K ile". Mr

10'--1.'JJMortCrBBMi A WlMt WMMAftoranm Malona" II II too_N.w.-PUI 4-1-7-14 New'aha Ul Woathr, ,* fun....OtiS....* 't ......* 5t'i.t 01f:.;: Itjb'md. Swoon=.-.... ....... can afford a pool A place to Later this fall you can get in the Frank Ziemba. MI'F! rn i 0

Hill-4 Mewl. "Tk. Bl. Hw**. II amrarfootII Alton** .paroi burn better steaks than your gridiron mood with chrysanthe Chalk and Mrs. John Rivoir

(C.... .. Monday ___I 11 ISO-'.1 Tonlnht' w"k Johnny Nm .1410- aklrlcy TMBBMa.7 fllanta :::::r M. No.1Mt. neighbors and a place to seat un. mums. handed the commission a rrlitksianed -,

I too-It M... .. ftmr. I>?*.." Canon (Color) "'._-11 I* Mornlni u.....' Slat PlaykMa.lit MllwaukM-Ia. Fraaoliro II..... Os '.. wanted guests so that th. moxquUH What 10 plant isn't Important. by all but one resident

4o---4 7 MovIa. ... :c.:.: PrI.on' II It Btuliakt Mnyl. Th..I,. II MOM Thoatr.. If Oboe ry (5._ .. Madap -a will drive them home early. The main goal is to out-do the the subdivision asking that + r .
P.auIt 14II slotI
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liM-. TaanomoB ?.. *. ll94V-I* Ptawirrry ;
.00-11 Tiurt Boat N-II Mlcktw.uk Morla4lOB T N... Anaal lutM* and 50 ..f'I:! Or. a patio' i I. an excellent place neighbors in selecting unique con minimum house! size be increase-1 I

I.4S- I rk.torptsEvoalaf -II UovMTHURSDAY II MUM bunny a__1* Jla..., MrWS. Flay.. ..- M...., "Cba. ... ad lb.Pll.At to laka up summer gardening. Umert for the flowers. from 800 aquare feet to lOon
- .- - ,.OO-4 Atom $itS oad"iflVM'nr. Hornet with Early American
go.phol r.rby Ie v..." Wbcn the temperature ri'ICs. reo square feetUpon
II Hanjo Billy"' : )tIW... The...... S'N.-"IS Tb.. Poop Coopany lax on the shady side of the path). motif can follow the same decorin questioning the women
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10 Movla. "0.., M.".
-IS Common*-Art One* I* A...... 1'..... M Pr p.*ll...* *a Or aiaa.. Ktivity. because most gardncrs do range of containers. A three-leg. property owners of the '9.
.ilS.-T Boa Hnn -..Ad...t.... Mralafflam 10,00Q"lek brow Motlraw.t II Marl. ".... Prlrtttod roroat"I I.... iron kettle with a broken lip lot subdivision had signed the
11 N.W.. W..th.r. Sport.IB ". ( .. Mankar *..aapU't. ., llHtor HaioM (CJor ISO-I Combat Iso04.S! N.W* Woatknv" Brt, > their best planning when reclminiI ged pen:
n... "' arr, ")(o.... .lOll*-Id v"... Unal 4iOO, -I LIU...., Nato 7 N*.i. Wwikor your conscience: finds you I is a prize possession especially ifyou lion, and that the one proper I
.1-4 WMUMVl30 a.a;; : ttv. 'r''lIIh: IMO" >30-4 Mighty Mono.t Danaormaa II ...... ..., 'tloatUau. Marry can dream up ao authentic- owner who did not sign did
t. XL I (Veto; ., ( Combat) KrviMM1ailt hard pressed for thwkjng matcrut nol
: -4 N... 'BiOO.00Polpourl. "Buck. B.r.B RldM taIl M.... Land I Laurie not. *.. : ::It CommonS then write your county agent for sounding talc about the ketth'tinilial live in the subdivision.
I HDDlUF-bHniWT$ lUpott TMookt 11.110-4 JUB TI. TIB 4ia-4 Tvaattotk. Contary ilS t BoahuatII
I* .....rlooI t., Dannla Uia 11_ I .... and ta... Story N_.. Woaikor. .*.... several publication on ornaraenals. usa.Drast! I. The commission expressed its
II Miyh. Lfl. OB tk. Cold Cat Arwr._ 10.1$ ()u1ao.... Coaaor- Cart -| 0_.... II ..... This requires little effort, .c I cuspidors an fine for pleasure that,, the properly owner,
''48-4 N.w. Walter Crmklt C"... so Maot.i .._") '.7 Fury 4b4.4SlotI Haw 'iM M Watk y small plants. An old wooden well wanted to '"upgrade" the subdivision .
deliver
the mailman tho
k.1-N.w., B.pt. Rrt.Ml.r 1.00-1. Mo.la. LI9Ia. Loot'4at0 10 aon.. of OlurpTtLia.nt..dCooll Said Vxtaral.f IOu-ti iii... may pam
18.II 1'1.' .. -4 Moot.. .' .. Wild Kbicdoai 5 Noatl.l.bkW loon [>hlets to th. patio while makinga bucket with a rotting rope still! and was ready to agree
.00-4 D.II, V.IIa, Dais I art. I'rt.ton of -ev.o.; 11141-II It.). Blllr 1* anaarftlll'll U tied to the bail i iI another suggest
1 1I0.k"a..... 2 III....... ..llaroaditt. I.. 4 Sky KlnI Nlakl' Ufa a* .... Col OM*| shortcut across your lot. Then the commission was told
7 ...... I'dI- mk.., ...>*.lr Rullwlnkl- Color It ?* all ... aorkMr4 5045-4 3Ispo..5o 0aa10. If( a situation become acute tton. by the women that the remaining
IS WPB J.p.... Youth and th. Ua.. .._ fll. Colloa'' Bowl A bread tray-out of which tons
::W4' 'LO..2 and requires work. then perform lots
Til*-s P.nlr| pMd.i ClB. I Kill. Aaaal* n_. A'ta. twenty vacant (a majority i
$o-4 CUB Box l .. II Uu BunnyItiOC ... V.5 chore the windward lid of biscuits were made-will makean
> .0.-4-1 II. WMtbwi, Bp n. I* I IM sat Aaa t Spar the on were owned by the other owner
S-7Tfc.Vlr.lnla, Color.) I N.w. WMtkar -II A..... P...... tl Hlthway Patrol Mart.. "Howard. tt Vtr.lalII .- that's ideal flower container if you
11.1. A*'..l._ wf 0.... MdHarrlalt II Mao1.\ iai O-4 Miami Matin* .iM-, .-. I H Irk way Fatral. of an electric fan blowing Sam Rhodes.
till C... S ....on.*.. toOl-it rt.hi... wt.*f.II t..... TiSO- *-1 .... M..*.*. cross a cake Of ice. can locate one. The same U true The commission then
'.00-4 FT.t II Ulo. .*rloi ,la ......* ".....*. "' ...... aon* l.-ll. Combat Some not adept for a well worn crock-type churn quickh
.W-1 l Patl Dabs lh.. 'ill t BoaknatII II Aawrlpam B>Dj.landAtlnaiil Isa.RaMli... iiOO-4 Hi* 8ka. gardeners are passed the problem along to COlin
4 !Iu. ..... N... when of or a giant-size syrup kettle.
: a>M-I Manionk 01 *** at loafing. So every means Dean Tooker for
10.U Th. ........'. Daatlit. ** .a0-4 N... &--. l.-ll MiHala' N..,. fails then think of The modern-type home can se" ty Attorney .
.'OO-4 Bmrly aUJbUll Huntlr-Urlnkby) Saran 1.00-1 r.... D..I_.' 0........ lift*-I.I Mr lb. Pr.M CC...) 5,02-4.5 ........ Mona ..11JQ.JI iroomunation possible solution. Tooker expressed ..
1 Th. Batnt T N.... W.., f .II"h..... Patrol It Mlaral. ._* 01...._ (lr..t..t 100" as Rartin nethods of brightening up the lect from an assortment of metal his "thanks" to the commission .
., hplo..... II IIIlah' Llf. of t'. OoM 00.., 1* M...'.... II Ckaaiplanihlp. Brtdao (Color) I plastic and wooden containers at
t8.II If.. Uaaay I.' Now*-Ho.I..... an..., 1,11-1 Photo>raph> t. a.II W. Va.t .. A nw ', -4 lash Bnay local for the job that faced him.
the store.
.>.30Die" Van D,... ..... I garden supply
||4S.-I "._P/alu* CroakluTiOO I ISO---4 Lao An..... Dodaan 0.. 1,11-at Boaknatla I DIN. Powali Tk LICAL. ADVtkTISEMCNTm
-4 r.til.o.t Junttloa II&. l...ul> Cardlnala A .1'.. .omkoafdlPfMturod 1509lyamomma" .-.JaI Regardless of the container it ----
I Call,, the Doitoy I tb-I .Photoiraphy .011-4 B..II.. X.. 1-7 BU TUpkB haul THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE must come up to certain standards '

GA, STORAGE I. Mr. Novak' I (an .Fraaolooo. (ilaato ... 1111_ I : Porum rilokoraFlorida ;:: 1-7 i-ia Cu Th..(alloraaa..**..) A NINTH N JUDICIAL MARTIN CIRCUIT.COUNTY IN to keep the plants happy. These I ideal because they have built.in
h. u. containers for and make
hlvkwar Patrol
10 Wi- u"nf It H.........' 11.00-4.1.7.)0 N..., WMthr, Sports L lIroA.fO" IN CHANCERYNo. standards include: plants an
WAREHOUSE fi.a 0-4 Pi..wor4 j Watky II M.wtlltIO ideal to cactus col.
II Know four lilbl.liOO II Now Mporta, IT 0BOPTftN way display a
I Tamp) Hou.ton 1,45--IS -ISMwa, WoaUur. ....... PIDIRAI BAVINO I It must hold enough toil for the
10..| Ik. KUniatoB.. CoI.y.) -5 Stan and th. atory P5.0-A &1orO.j': 11 ill-4 Maria. "TIt. Amulnt ..... AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ) size of the plant.It lection.

Storage the .100-4 Rawkloa. 7 W..... Mr. Wlaard ,., Bill Dais. (ho. H.illld.y"( a Unllod BtaW. of A"'...... I There are hundreds of other
by On. hop JI...". 10 Saturday Hop II MlgailK./ .. tli* Gold CoaatTlJO lliSO-_ I.' T.nlirht. mIlk Joknny Cwaa Corporation.: must have good drainage 10
10-11 is.... Moat 11 Hlwrta Hl.hll,htI -4 My Fararll., Mania. I' 11I0..... .C.....* .( r....lnHIStfO plaintiff.Defendant' the plant won't "drown" during items that will give your patio eye
.iIO-,., Is'. KIiduwtola ,i.O-4 .Hold ouro., ,., Walt D..... (Color" ) -10 HpanUh Non ... appeal. All it takes is a bit ofmagination.
la Now.2,45Is rainy spell.
Day a
Week My Tkr. Hun Playtioua. 10-11 Empira( ltOa-4l Nlithtwateh Movk WILLIAM ... WEAD. .... But be careful
4It *>04-4 *d aallln. !.... 4iOS-U Mont.WEDNESDAY* sod IITA A. Wi4D. not
It should have wide base
so
'iOO-4 P.rrr Mason I'0 7 Mnai.nu of BpOTU a
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Month 7 MattilrlMnt MunlaiiMaIda to dream hours of work because
Year bl.
.if. ot .1. up
iko a 00lIurf.id.. Mat
Stomp Bur t-f OrlndlIVII (a) that it won't tip over in the wind.
.... that will defeat the
II ao.: ,. OTool air tim aioryII Arrmt and Trial purposeof
USED FURNTTURK % .HO-*.J Clirl.tr Mln.trala Hporta HlMhllvkla .tI 4 C.M.lt> (laaBoBania > JEPT. I NOTirR' PUBLICATION: TO APPEARBT The container must resist rust patio gardening.

APPLIANCES 10.11 Jimmy Dean MhvwOiOO .30--4 I Plonaor Bold Journey t4 Monlnrflav. :: TO WILLIAM B. WCAD JR. (RKBI.Dr.NCK or rot. because moisture will be
4 The )lu_ ..3o-4 JI.nn._ UNKNOWN) sod RITA..
7 Cloud 1 Th.*tr> lOso'-4 CandId Vaoorut.v B. Monday ..ta.t) present constantly.A .
AlA GOLDEN GATE I.' My.lary Ikcatr. all) 4 KM 4 B.ttl.'I.I' WU-AJX: hi. wlf. (KB81DBNCKUNKNOWN :
10-11 hdl Adam. bi... at ts. Wu.k 1,1.-S Ma* akoaitioo ) wooden liner is 'In
(.ItI good a Oil
girt t Is
It-ll Bl \?
11 M..io ..... metal container because metal ,.. Throaah CoUair* Park aad aH gnkaown twraon. TO' too <
O.JO UN.-It..Th.koporuI Plo. 4ISOChamplonihlp th.mplon.hlp Rowllna-Wroatllnf.. *-II TBA Wkat My tlna7 AI_ .... ....,......'. who .laI. h..... thomsoh.'sods gets( very hot in the lun. 'Jo appreciate rnowerg.

.iOO-4-1-7.11 M.... Watfcrr Ip.rtalllO lsOO-'S I Moot." bd',,11.11.Nook.t, 't. Man'. II..*-..*-'... ..... Wo* MP. ..*... (San.. .. Monday maapt) -ar WILIJAM.aln.t tit.t. WEAl.fora.ald JR. A large interesting shaped < ."" cJ
I. 14... w II Mw* I.iOO-II Movl. "011 Th. e....... and RITA A. WRADotkor wilder that is cast-off of
-II N.... IfMlkay, Bport. ta.lI Th4.54 o' p.W100I Illla-;4 Movl "Mr Man Oadfray* n*>r" ... '..__. kolra, ...1_. a a \1

I Ill*-4 M.vl. "Tk. Bur Mhr"It 7 Hllk Road t. Dana** II I Miami... "UiMovoro K.it of RI.," ..._4 M.vl.A Tlakat t. Tom. ."nlooi, UIIKIM| >O.. Honura. ...dh..... road building i project can be made
,ni.Woa or .Ihanmloot. aa io oarS and all of attraction in the
"Allo kawk" the center
11.1 Movl.Toalikt. wltkj Ad.ni. Caraap.Color &..nl.' II Oovornaiont of tk. ._.. 7 Mavlo. "Cry Danjroy**' .f whom ............ tm. onboamajEob.t4
aknay a 100-4 N..., Bporta. WMtaat .Oa-II Mltktwauk. M.*. t center of a patio. Some "rocb"that Fttf
II( MovIttoOlIl). ..' Now.tiio 4>0t_II II..... N.. I St.hauolo:0>... all unknown ......"., partlc4ofoi4anla were part of a cavern aresounrs

-4 H.w.n.n Ii,. .iOO-4-1 H... Bport.. W."'., and u .. mob mat _all of
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=11 Mavl. .:.. Outlook, I* N.... W"" _. Sports 1.. .. ,... ..., rI..... t UII. .. In.to'.ol .
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CHRISTIAN It Movl.. "Th Fna.t.Ih..d',4l .. 'iIO-.IS CominonlIt I I. or t. the 'oU..I. d.urribod. .
9plCNC5:: FRIDAY _. 11:4": .".. 4UPUMTiOO > ., f BM Moat ............,. whirS .I. ... .,h.nt ...... ..1lb. FARMERS: ... .
RADIO SERIES -I Monlovaal" I Moot.tillal. It Nowa, Woatka*. Brt* ..........ye4 e'''.. 05.n, ARE SELLING MORE e_"__' "
AVa. IIManulag I Hlo.raphy I ., 0.101 CIaM_ II H... Lot'. Stab. ,. 'IRIIT ADDITION
II lIh..t Patrol 1.11-ad "1._ .._4 Now. TO TNBTANTOWN PARK amord.In The South' farmers in the first NINE OR NINETI'T'She
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TISO-4 >o>t CoBwdr. Hour duotlon. to"gpVoBol.n'olVM I Rnntkr/.Brinikw. Bprtf I to it ho Plat thoraof .. _..... knows wheat
of collected
five months I 1964
RADIO STATION VfrU'EACh (.... *. Monday .._" I Cimarron: City '> 4 Oalba W tk. Air I ,Inrr I In Plat Book I. .t P... II. oftb. approximately you ear, you
MONDAY 7ilS PJVt fill-. .0..... am..tr, "Inlrodu. Th. L..u.. .....' ,.,-Oiatlnontal Olaaaraom. COo_) 11 i ..1= "" ,.ot4\ Public:: Ratordi of M.rtls ColIn.,. 3640332.000 in the tend flowers!
it.. t. IPBII* ....." II Ho tonMiavI.JO4 II Com.dy Tim. .i4 tI.-W.ltot Cronklt. Plorid.. cash market for their products an
100-10 C.ntln.nUI Claamomti Th. l>*rndr* I.' NwHl>..... BrraktayTi04 I an.lu"'lii* Ik. kulldlnf and appar.toltea .
_U Movla.ITOO I I Joy Blbhop ai4t It Bpankk.. Maw* >-4 lie.,.. Valkry. pay lotfatrd. rhvraon, and torith Increase of some 6 percent over 7mu0S'ay'I
--.4 Movlo., "II,.. WI... .t tk. 10-11 Lawrmoa ".IIt tiU-4 H... u Ipankikf I Huiikl..b.rry Hound wish th. ,,,...ltu.*. "' ..I.bl.... the comparable period of 1963 \ -"
RCA VICTORL'iyj9Cokr"V C.b..... fatek'tijo B mo--1.7- 'Wild RI"''* Iu..'... AI....... 7 .....1.. "J _.. tka ConauororH ..... naioraa. .("' ..... tII...., and it'I-I t III ;,...
--..4 Oouklna- with (la. ti30-t Buniinor ., ..... II (01.. U. Thl. Day' II TBA 1..I.d Ibm'.,... with Kentucky Florida Louisiana 7, .,
Aft.mooB 10 lloll00 Pal.' ... o Varlet, ,,11"-1 Unity Dally Word TiSO. 4 CPU Boport YOU. AND TACit OF TOW. rat kr..bp ant t Tennessee, in the order
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...- *- lOttHk-4 tls.nooook. oallfird.thaA oCuatplaiat'lM ha 01.4
1-7 Tk Vkrvlnlaa *
TIXWfr.1 M.mK.r ..(..t) 'T II Nawi, W.th.rof4 Mae9tDI
I ,iOO-K ......., "t....." 1050-ti Untou.5.bha. \ ,, Popy. Piayhon. *. It'll 1/r.at* ji4 Harrtaltt hi tha ,ahntt-namod Plain)Iff utilnnon bmed leading all States In the
4,3O-'d Muvl "Oiiia War" II 1'10. Daout. 1-7 Today -14-11 Patty Oak 811." and. oarS of '*.. t. fnrMlo mon.rug. nation in rates of gain this -
year
10t4t-le.l$ Mab.. 1'10., Ppo ... .,.. ahov..dosrrlbod to
7 Movlo, "8arato.a'r It aotIt.l I Claaarcnnl "H-4 II. property : I
L I |40-S Hoaatoy VaiaUan 1 lino: -4. I I. .. IS -- II No.lM ".11 "Th. ,.....r'. Battktar* tba .i.t: .auno, and yau.od: over> last according to the Miami tOCtAM BtVR STUART FLA. I
10 Hufkl.b.rrr Hound I tOl-Il I lop. ta Boort ? -4 Now. B.10-4 ...... MUlkUlk.I ...h of roil a'. horN _ul.... ta flln field office of the U. S. Depart. 'I C At7-2300-.J
:; -4 ( WPMtUndTLav .... ...... __
II rublnr.. Wataw., MmrM.M !! !! Ch.mpkw.hk 10 CaMuaai taint' A. or oth r Pleartfnv .n.I.
._ ._. .. 111--4 MoVl. ni. and War"IIU II I.u-. I tI'IIIII 'h...", wIth th. ('I.... of the abova..n. ment of Commerce
vi4ivniiir.aKaah 115.0-I Oth.r World.I bcO-4 Oaptal. Etarara.tt Mon CsO.7 11Ie4 Clrtult Court and to ..,..,. a ...l>T ---- --------
f' <. I OW-b "lb. Cnidilo:! 0llool Tdylili .iHO-4 Dtah Tao VyM a' atich. A.._r or ,thar .........>lv.
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1,00-4.1 Nw*. aporW. "..tIIoa Moot.. "btj'aago:1 't', I -U Movla |*,OO-'4 Oa Broadway Tonightt.I loaillii'. nnon <.. PI-I-HT" AKnrnmOUR8HON .
I N.w.. Wathr Third Ploar"I. .\._It 0...* Pays fl! .mn i It Movlo' "Cklna Rky" ....II.nt TIo....... li,IG-I-< Today Blow nick Pow.ll THatr. troat.. MIamI. R.."" Florid." an or b*.
I I i. .55 ComnonlII _to Wrwitllna too ".... I' ...... II 71 ftHBMt Rlrl.tlioo foot Ik. in dna of .8oplomlt. l>44, DID YOU KNOW?
..1....' ... Itant1t I too-It 0.... OlukliOS ....1I'u"n, Company -4-g.l-io N.w. WMtkay, Sparta otbonwio. tt,. allrnitlar.a of mild (Ton
I N... W..Ib,. Sport.II : -II Nla-htw.Uk akew4iOS T( I ,io*-4' Movl, ..V........&' It Ka.-Hilt OlidlIII Vbabnt will b* takia aa .onro. *d b,
.,- ..... I.50-4 ... .' WrootU.g I Itebkl Ovate *.' 4 Mavla.' "Tormontod1* ,..
.10-4 B... at the PoosI 1.1. Mui. Mlka Dauvlaa Show Iliao: :: ., Twilwkt yrltk jokafi Car*** DON AND ORDFRFD at th* Martinnnniy '
MoatS.. .5tp5kl.p. ....... -IS MovK No I I II ...,. Billy 1* Moot.. .. -C.pt Jokn HinKh and ( COurtkoiiao. 1111...., Florida. thltk .
-WU'ORMANCE pROVEDRCA Tba J.Uon - - Silos loss.lAo.u..nlAato. P....on...." day of A"...... loadTSOROT1IY .
II Mlikt Llf. of tk. acid Oaaalt II ....11... 'I'IIaab'IILaO'L PIF..rW Your Boat and Motor Can Be
.. VICTOR : NaIitlBU Brtailay JO lOiOt-4 Honnoaay. ('ft""
N... ,., Mak.. Koom fay Daddy : AD'VIIIIIT.nC.flJI'I'"o. : Bv JUANITA CAULF1ELPrmctrrr
II Ho. Ooakraa a Woo' MoolobliMOIl It I.. f ( ...*** n-o.. Clod. Insured Under Homeowner
I offersiONEYEAR 0D- 4 Bob Hop.I ('0"'.... Tlrj. *.-.., N._ Ctl.lJ5a port .ip. COURT FAt a
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Council To Consider THE STU4RT (fFh>rMi>) NER'S: nIIIY, \iltpcsf 21. 1911. 3C
Parish Picnic J I

NEWS I Liquor Sales Law I r JiUt; : ; -StormLightning Passed !" I Ii


i MRS. ANU MINEAR. Correspondent In accordance- with pwHwhcd ; ofrte
Phone 1414643 Held i
Sunday
noMe, the
Jupiter Town Council

hold a public hearing Tuesday", i Starts

V JtJe. 1IriRti8. Mctheea an4- "if>t oo complaints of local I rev

Bible School Students die HeIr NWM Soewty. iMMly taurant and marina owners about
I saonce4 die annual pjafwn pie.flee iniquities in the law 'sitting hltll'liof I I Which Burns 4

on Stimtay at OuBoie. Park. sale of almcoholic/ beverages ia> ,

Hold Musical ProgramOne .w| atM" honored tat Catholic the kiwis limits. I A violent thunderstorm dumped tin County ) ) I
Youth OrguMtatKtt on. i ita. first A large number of local deafen .
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Mn
'birthday" at. the same lima i attended to. protest the varn II varying amounts of run on cast the OCEAN BLVD AT 7-1737
dent hundred and forty-four stu. I WiHwm Brierly and MM Patricia Mrv 11\ontu Browning and hon in the hours in Jupiter and. ern Martin County Wednesday I fire MW I II

and teacher concluded two Burndge in charge o( the daily Mrs Eugene Konrad ClKlaair-1 In Te\uesia) and Juno The late afternoon and caused' lightningthat I TIIRU SAT. 7JO( A IL TIL 9 P.M.:
loped
week"" of fun and study Friday refreshment for the children. I number opening locally Joe' a disserviceto I enve
night following their vacation Bi I men for children planned and a adults. The were them they)! stated. and their i : set: fire to and destrojed al I county OPEN SUN \V R .\.M. I P. M.

ble school at the People Congregational LAWN BOWLING MATCH I assisted by Mr. George Marion- customers go across the river and Palm Cry: honiQ. i iI I
fire
Church. I Leo Faucher and Pates Noonan. buy as they wick j while Jupiter Lightning truck an outside 'Cau'i / Drug Store in Martin Co.,

The musical program present! I Riverside Drive Park Lawn II ey. ,salov are closed They IM! > point. I I electric wire and act fire that destroyed I II caused by ,
Bowling Club "host the they
wa to ,
ed by the pupil wan followed by West Palm Beach Lawn CYO member Lot Matn: cten& ed. out that a beneficial increase I the horn o Ie( Mrs Margaret isl to !
a display of their work and a re- Bowling gift Se the outgoing of its lave would follow a change I
Club Monday. The West Palm presented Newman secretary to the Mar.1 1I furnishing RE6.
ception for the Michael SI\oI. in the rule. S9t.13
parent and ficers. Ronald Lang
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Beach Club the victor. IS-1 12 1 During
was ,
friends in the parish hall in the matche"Coffee I tie. Marie Sordwh! amt Barbara A representative of the M I reported ,, cT,11N eUR
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MM Van Braden, who had Roets. An anniversary birthday dice: Church urged that *a I 1 JUNIOR: 1 .;mos SHOW I touch; I MA
charge of the school and doughnuts were cake wa shared; by the membersand should not be made during
was assisted Sirnx l I
served at the clubhouse during the hour i The Junior Jaycee wives snon tory I 1XED
by the following staff their parents. ,
', the of teachers morning play by the hosts, Mr Winner of the adult events In view of the fact that the majority i; axed a children fashion show I Fred \\ \ \ NU
Alice nursery and was in the handsof and Mrs. Jose pit/ Lasky. Mr and were Mr and Mrs. Norman CK: present urged a change the at the hewe oC Mr. Pat Snow I otherwise \
Nancy Ewing Vicki Mrs Robert McClung. and Mr mali"i"lICh, I''jr.. Club Drive, Monday lightning|) I
Harrison Sally Steven bulka and Miss Barbara Beets c voted ki draw up Country
Debbie tin (ounly ,,,
and Mrs.. Adam
Zimmer.
Lewis and Bonnie Lloyd Mn I and William DwyerFastest in ordinance nuking such change evening;. II Club where olsco ,
Norman Ncvad who had charge The winning team members runner in the children At the meeting: which followed 1 They were also active on Sat with 'I' txPdfud/ PRICED. r

of the kindergarten, was assisted were Joe Blum, Ross Crosby. Irwin classes were Sitters DaM and Glen I I the hearing W ... H}otlamerecjuestod uisJay at the Jupiter Hunt Club Paul sad "

by Candy Cook. Sandy Bell Mrs. Dorward, Roy Richardson! I Dies in the sw to ei r* age grwirN" i the installation ol a limited I hrs thaw which' wa cosponor Water :: I ,
V C Godhey, Chris Hammond Claude Gray. Clarence Guffm and Deborah CiNilka and B-ll II numret, of lights in Brentwood a by the Jupiter Art Jay downtown

and Nancy McAninch. Mrs Olin Mrs Florence Mahler and Primo Dwver in the aiM to twelve elas, 1 for which the subdivision would |l icecs. The children fashion! ; show the I / ,,

Hershehcrger Jr and Mr*. Fran. Govmt. I The best three-legged team ill pay The commission will ask the I I Ir was put on by the (Odd Kastle ehe fill:I'I'I I I II

ccs Agate were the first grade More tournaments will be heldat the ti:* to eight age group proved r Florida Power and light to lake "f Lake Park Fund" raised were Other

teachers while Sandy mum and the Riverside clubhouse in the to he John Dwyer and John Fauchcr .the necessary !steps! it wa decided' for, the. Nippon (I( th* adopted I nnninls AT 12.88

Marion Lanier had the second near future Bill Dwyer and Sheldon The aiNOO\Itlionin. of the Ecuadorian daughter! of the Jay fish I ,

grade The third grade teachers Gifford won in the nine to twelve Town Mill was held m abeyanceuntil I COte wive*. 1, also I \ '
were Sue Cltgg and Sharon Harrison JVCFrSRHOKD STAGE class. an engineer can "make. a careful I '
area by
Mrs L, O Mmear.I the fourth i : HOP studY of the need The hull IIFRF AND: UlrRF: 1 A tccond

grade teacher, was assisted b y I John Morgan of Riviera Beach, AWARD AIRI.REctIW.s estimate submitted of were the far amount apart of m cooling their- Mr, and Mrs, Albert, Jacksonand afternoon es
Kathy Krum Fifth f Mi!
grade was professional record hop director ram In Ah rlq1wIE
taught by Mrs. James Crooks and Airman Second Claw James V, equipment needed 110 new family) of Apollo (beach spent /
was the guest director at the Record bids will he submitted following lust weekend with. Mr, Jacktont .
David Fox while Mrs. H. A. Nee the Woodard' received the Unfed.
I Hop staged by Jaycces .
smith handled the sixth graders on Friday night at the Jupiter.Te- State Air Force merit award al the engineering report i father Hurry P Jackson. Rivertide
Drive
They were Joined by
Other members of the staff were I I questa Junior Citizen Building Camp Kennedy Rir force Sta WOMEN'S tllBINIIRTAINS : Jay and Tom VVtittewll 1 of Wallingford. .

Mrs. James N. Spitzcr music director Dr H A. Nessmith and Jack lion : '\HlrKS I Pa.. Mr. Jackson grand 4
Airman WooJnrd, who is a radio '
; Mrs Hershhergcr organ .1.O'Bncn were the Jaycees who had Jupiter Public School teachers ions The Whitened*, will bo with .f

Mrs.iMiss; tee Butler secretary.: !I charge of the lively party. awarded- equipment a badge repairman a* a permanent war I were the guest of honor at a coffee Mr. Jackson for leveral day be. & .6 G
June
Pinkham primary supcrintcndcnt I given by the Women Club I,fore Jay return to Hollywood *
decoration for his All I r'
helping :
Mrs. Sidney Bent Judson laird who ha been by .. ., ..
Command Unit I t'' Friday at the school cafeteria where he teaches and. Tom to ?
junior superintendent; recreation the guest of his sister, Mn L, VMmtar force Logistic i Mrs: Fnc I Krlchct wa in charge Pennsylvania Military College,
achieve mentor-
I exceptionally'
Scott Mills and Robert Oilluk Palm Point, has returnedto t I joust an of the welcoming party for some where he it a student
at Kennedy. ,
Cape
with Mrs. Theresa Alhrccht I. Mrs his home in Rose Valley, Pa A rating of Palm Beach I sixty' teachers wives, school secretaries ( -
graduate
Mr and Mr, AI Von Munden
and Howard
High School Woodard attends Sw Principal of RidLCWood: Circle, who spent GLEEM BAN
>en wond
Palm Beach Junior College and their vacation In Miami Beach, !
JOHNS FUNERAL HOMEFOUNDED The new teachers. honored were ,
wa with WTVJ before catering have returned to Tem 'ta. (
Miss Sue Schradvr Miss TOOTK ROLl.ON
the service He i i. the ion of Mr, I Carolyn of
1916 and Mn Vance B. Woodard. Cert.ter Sharon Jordan bliss Carolyn Paul, : Mr. and Mr*. Victor Scott have
Street. Mr. Betty Belt Mrs Marie Lynch I returned from" tnunewille where PAST DEODORANT
Experienced Personnel and I has loan OBnen John M AI. they spent the summer Mr. Schott,
I
Facilities to Accommodate COMPLETE LSTTRN: TOUR ,mie, Mrs. Mary Beckman Mist, principal of Jupiter rtemcntary I 2.00 Fallll Sill RE6. 9St

Rear Admiral and Mr Glen MItT McMillan Patrick Olirien School hat been studying at the
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Families; of AII Faiths ,Robert O Rees. lames Va- '
don E. Boothe have returned from J P University of Florida
chord Mrs. France Ullman Mr, 1 f
,
Wash where VIMU 55 64c
Seattle. they
lilt Wed hake'. and William A. Weiner D'. and Mr. Grogan.Mr
their and at\v
ed ton daughter-in-law
Miss Flfcn O'Hara is the and Mr. Jr. anllMt
Mr and Mr. 0, Bruce Boot
and new librarian and Mn Ruth and Mrs. James Sparger recently
lI'and'IM.They ckfnrKl. secretary spent several day in Jn-
net > a also attended a reumon On Monday the faculty attended make
of Mrs. Boothe family In Suite of the FlorIda .
a general
Fe, N. M., and visited Admiral& Tducatiort meeting Association at Bo. Mr. and.! Mr. A. L. Pennockand but IGHT99
I' Soothe'* mother M r I. OB. ca Raum At that time the new their daughters Cindt' and

Boothe, in Champaign, lit Their teacher hi the county were hon. ,Si'tvia drove to fort Bragg N. S FREE BA
trip which look them through' the cited at a luncheon by the Classroom (., last week to visit r.tn. Pen. bout $
national parks also Included a Teachers AssociationMr nock brother Major Wllion i I
visit with Mr*. Boo he's sister /Home, and his family

-Frs: R. L Mapes. In Denver % of 1. billion
Robert Campbell Philadelphia
R. C JOHN RONALD H. JOHNS E. F. Yale, who spent his} .*a.
has been the guest of canon with! his parents Rev and
I LICI.N8ED t'UNtRAL DIRKCTOM Mr. and Mr*. Tom Atfe were kr daughter. Mr. Jack Hardm Mr*. C. C. Yates of One W Va. When ilrJradrl'r -
101: Indiortown Road, Stuart AT 7-3434 the guest of the Senior Alfe in Ridgewood <"IreitThe Canrpbell has returned to Jupiter His son saving and l ..
Fort Lauderdale! last weekend. \
J- are the former owner of the David" a student at University of erica ha

Jupiter. Press_.. I Miami .ha reriarned from a trip of S JIll)

-LEGAL ABVBftTUCMtNT shah took aim to New York, breathless? 5PICIAIS

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4. ,..u, Ann..' or nL.r written' d.( 3f over 141
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IMi. .1 Center Street They are, furnter' you gel a tars
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own saving 1C
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wIlt Stuart WIUWi ERNEST LYONS' COLUMNS .,

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I Lou Was
,I THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964 Right


i 1':.,. "}"" If.. Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard, And Ben Wasn't \

"f" \ .
I :: \ Stuart, Martin County Florida
k; '. Entered at second-class mail matter at port office at Stuart Florida The opinion expressed are those
l s Born Yesterday | of the writers. II| dciired, lettersare
?., 1".i" r',+ MEMBER OP: printed above a nom de plum
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The News knowing
ASSOCIATION GREAT THINGS the name of the water Letters -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL they say are coming
'.' AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS for what the Brothers McCoy called "Blue sent in anonymously are filed
::: : ,1" in the waste basket.The Editor
Lagoon of Coral Strand., a euphonious name

"w. ,h GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor which sounds somewhat overdone unless you THANKS HELPERS: IN

: know the place. I know it pretty well SAFETY PROGRAM R

k;, "., ', MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4,50 per year; two years Editor Stuart News:

$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rutei.) IT IS THE SOUTH END of Hutchinson The Water Safety Program M

'ow.; Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two yean $9.50, Island stretching down from Seminole Shores sponsored by the American Red

Six months $2.75, three months $1.75. to the jetty at St. Lucie Inlet and curving Cross and the Martin County '
and Canadian rates on application School Board of Public Instruc" I'I
-::: -- Foreign around Into the Indian River in a two or threc- tion was a great success. it 1

hundred-acre blob of mangrove-covered land. The Chapter is proud to be part

NI The "Sun Parlor" borders its shore of a community where so many

":. American Eagle Used to Scream, Even HereTallahassee people are willing to donate their
BACK WHEN I was a young fellow I hada efforts to community projects.
special friend who lived in a tumble-down Mr. and Mrs Frederick Schock

I ::. Whistles We Dance shack all tied together with baling wire at the us were the moat use of generous the swimming in allowing poolat b.
of
edge a cabbage palm hammock back from Sunrise Inn.

the sea beach there. The mosquitoes and sand- The Red Cross Instructors" were
:. Even Down to Our Six-Year-Olds flies ale him alive. The sun and the wind burned Jack Sniouse director of the program ..r

him brown as old leather. But he had a dream. assisted! by Richard Miku- ,

.,,, He said. he was "proving up" a homestead but ska, Mrs. Jean Gambee, Deanie w
"' Orders have come down from on high to When you accept money from! anybody, he was really squatting. Godfrey, John Fox, Archie Mar, 1

Martin County Board of Public Instruction you must obey that person, or that board., or s Patty Pence. David Duncan

.s. that all children entering first grade must spend that bureau. They are "the boss," even though THE SQUATTER'S name was Lou Hitch- Pamela Luce, Mary Ann Meyer
and Denise Rosmarin.
a' full day in school from the beginning.
Hitherto it has been the custom in Martin your good sense tells you that their orders are cock. Walking up the sea beach 1 could hear More than 300 children and

.- County und, doubtless, in many another ridiculous.So the ring of hit brush axe chopping away adults took part in the
at the palmettoes and the mangroves. When I On behalf of the board f"ii.rectors :
,: Florida county to allow the six-year-olds: when the little children are tired and
went to visit Lou, I would first stop by Saul's of the Martin County
I. who are starting in the strange new world of fretful as in Ih1.,'
they put full five and one- Store at Port Sewall and pick up a can of chapter I would like to publicly
I school to go home at noon during the first half hours of school work, and the teachers Prince Albert or some Vienna Whenhe thank each of those mentioned
sausages
twenty days. are tired and nervous to with Very truly ie
trying
cope yours -
: The youngsters get tired. Two and one-half them it might be well to end the day with a accepted the gifts, he would squat on his Col. A. H. Davis-wn, Jr. CONDITIONING
I.: to three hours among strangers, with a teacher reminder that times have changed. haunches roll a smoke and say: "Some dayyou'll Chapter Chairman, 111E NEW AIR I system at the Martin County Public Library will stop the damage
taking the place of "Mommie" and a large be repaid ten thousand fold. You're American Red Cross done books' by mildew and dampness. Inspecting damaged books are Mrs. W. M. Hupfcl. president
: building substituting for their familiar homes There was a day, kiddies, when the local looking at a millionaire." He didn't look much of the Martin County Library Association donor of the air conditioner, Richard Hupfel, vice-

1 too much for the small fry. We think school board would have told Tallahassee like a millionaire to me.I SAYS TRYING TO BE chairman of the Library Board of Trustees, and Miss Elizabeth Thalman librarian. Cost of the use
prove This is free
a country. We'll decide how A BOOM ARKADOESNT
that it is a human and quite understandable was $2,950.my .
many hours our beginners will stay in school; SUIT US
I exception that their school day should be not Go soak head." I THOUGHT he was plain crazy to be
,: shortened during the "accllmulizin: ," period, you. your working his heart out to claim that piece of Editor Stuart News;
Yes, kiddies, before started subsidies because of what I showed dislike a brushoffto decided by individuals who onlY
when they are becoming used to strange surroundings we taking worthless oceanfront. I liked to see his eyes A few years ago a well known opinion or gave
and the regimentation and authority the scream of the American! eagle could glitter as he spun his fantastic yarn about credit organization issued a booklet knew about conditions in Jersey. the visitor and he said 1 was have a vicious self interest. Stuart

of not their be heard in little towns |Jike Ihia. loud, clear "hotels like The Breakers homes like PalmBeach" in which it was stated that a I stated that in everything as costs wrong and he had lived in Stuart as a small aspect is a part of Uiii
parents.So "
persons and free and we governed ourselves majority of failures in relation to go up the available buyers go many years. He said it was just
does the local Board of Public Instruc that were ,0i"1to' rise where the 'coons a dedicated of down and that, in my opinion, attention that they were not interested in evolution and will some day awake
tion. Members of the school board appeared It could still be heard if the local hoards. roomed and the mosquitoes boiled. He had a both with: program organizations operation, people to lower cost t boats and the visitors. This added to whata and find! that what they had u I

: extremely reluctant to accept the dictum. It showed gumption We'll bet the school punditsat woman who hud faith in him, although it wore and individuals, was to a (large degree holding, of rates would mean more woman friend of ours stated that gone.

!seemed! unreasonable tot them. Tallahassee would fall over backwards if pretty thin at times. I heard him tell her once: the product of trying to be stable business. The opinion of the Stuart people only began to have Because I have left Stuart u

But in the adult world of today's achool they received yeply to this silly order: "You "Quit your infernal squawkin'; I'll cover your something they were not cut out meeting, however, was to let those; fun when the visitors went home. not important but the reasons are
operations, when an order comes down, from tend to your business; we'll tend to ours." fingers/ with diamonds. One night he tell out to he. who could not pay more slay at Certainly the prices go down; in
and in fact. There
st-Tallahassce:it is It isn't but the bureaucratic of his rowboat and drowned and the diamondswent When I home. I feel sure they have. fact one restaurant advertised this They are true
: the Board of Education an really true, way our purchased property and is an old. saying even if
you
Island the
What about Hutchinson Spring two dinners for
that Is works think down the drain. built a home in, the Stuart I price
order and it must be obeyed, because system you everybody at area that is being boosted. as a winter of one. don't agree it's well to think about
: where the state funds come from that supple Washington, D. C., was fifty feet tall did so because at that time the ? In opinion it is one it. Even if 1 am wrong I am
paradise the
my About four when
local and it is where the federal Freedom starts when realize people that I met and talked with years ago in what I think.
ment taxes, grown-ups THAT WAS before the Brothers McCoy, did of the most beautiful beaches in County Commission was talking right saying
: funds are channeled on down to provide surplus that all grownups! are pretty much the same, Bill and Ben, came along They were a coupleof not to make seem it to a have second the Lauder-ambition the country: beautiful in water and about withdrawing their help at Fred J. RyanPhiladelphia

: foods and other benefits. size salty bachelors with adventure In their dale, Palm Beach or St Petersburg. weather but not m winter. I the golf course 1 raised my voice Pa.
Dear Fred
hearts and a monumental scorn for the law They wanted it to grow in an unhurried can best describe what I mean by and you published my claim thata Sounds :like homesick
They ran one of the first freight and passenger ., kindly livable way but the answer of a lady who has beenin golf course was a must in any you're
for old Martin
Stuart of her life. I good County. Whydon't
most men.
somehow it vacation town. I backed state
I vessels to operate through the saw grassEverglades seems to me to haven my
back and
$219,716 Worth of/ Paper Work'We're from West Palm Beach to Canal lost its way and the whole promotion swim tioned one I was day going last March to try and for she a We ment now up have with the personal contacts.but for c straighten you come things on out? Part of help the
Point and thence down Lake Okeechobee to to want to make it a course
with who here all
boom town in a place where a stated she would rather try for the visitor or part-time resident joy, us stay Ytil'round
Moore Haven. boom town be. the moon than go swimming at it's a double-cost: For four and all our lives is th4tIhere'
was not meant to expense.
Getting'' Surveyed to Death'Uh that time of Eighty percentof always something lOin
.. 1 have on my desk! a piece of year. months the visitor pays the same
Y, WHEN PROHIBITION-trriWcJ; 'real -estate literature, describing: the; natives say the same thing as the \local all-year player and wrong. Anyone with.A low Jioilinj

$ That Could Build Works boating seemed tame compared to the opportunities Stuart with its beaches as the last Then why sell for a winter homeor if you are new looking things over, here.point can have a wonderful time
Money of rum-running. Bill McCoy's swift word In winter enjoyment where apartment when for six monthsin it's $100 extra. The taxpayers own

4.1 ..",..,.., schooner, the "Aresthustra,1 became the bans sun and! air are always warm and the summer it would be a goldmine the course, but have no say in its -The EJiUf

.. m The Engineer Corps thinks maybe it can all sizes and bank gradients. of all descriptions.It of revenue officer along the Atlantic: Sea jumping fish of every into the type boat are unlimited clone to Why? push the sailfish tourney at management.Last winter. I prepared a petitionfor ENJOY THE NEWS:

finish{ 'Itt survey on the Martin County Over- would appear to us, In our abysmal i ignorance hoard. He would pile her to (he gunwales with places lo stay of the most modern the wrong time of the year? Five presentation to the county AT MAINE LODGE

WI; Vatcr Control Plan whh the $80.000 that the services: of the U. S. Soil Conservation burlap-wrapped sacks of Scotch Irish and Canadian type are available and the friendly years ago I took pictures of fifty. board on a matter that I felt was of Editor Stuart News:
j 4ich was allotted by the Senate Appropriations Service than which there are no better whisky at a port In Newfoundland and natives greet you with open arms three visiting boats not charter importance to everyone in Stuart Just a note to tell you how much
Committee in early August for the next) surveyors or soil analyzers, might/ be securedfor unload to swift sea skiffs and speedboats off and make you welcome. 1 could boats. This year I believe there In fact I was asked by four all- we have enjoyed receiving and
fiscal year. free or, rather, for the federal stipends the Port of New York. ,Bill was immensely comment on many of these points were six. Spring is beautiful in year residents to do this. After it reading The Stuart News all sum
proud of Ihe fact that he honest bootlegger but I will them :bunkfor Stuart People would love it and mer here in Maine.
by
-and have now paid regularly lo that service. was an pass as was prepared, I asked! each to sign.
Country boys- w
just
J\V'e are
This is not affluent and hesitates>> delivering only genuine stuff and his those who wish to sell property want to come: back, but after three In each case the statement was We have a lodge here at Belgrade
of the around here- newspaper
a high opinion Corps highest accolade was the tribute of imbibers: and to heck with what its used for.I days of cold blustery wind it's made that they approved what was Lakes and! expect to returnot
but it strikes us that we are getting "surveyedtodeath" lo back up an opinion from so unreliable a that will think ,
"It's/ the real McCoy" I have never believed in gener only hardy youth said but they refused to tie their Sewalls Point early in October
to prove that water runs downhill, source as itself with coin, but just for the alities, which have no place in a about it. name in with it. As one stated, "My Sincerely,
which Is the major factor Involved in any heck of it we wilt bet a whole' year's sub aBACK fruitful argument so on a few To make a place grow you must God, Fred, I must live here all. Mrs. G. William Schmid.
water -control or drainage plan scription lo The Stuart News that: AT the el1of! the Great) Depression points let me be specific Whileit have a background of service, fine year round." I have never been in North Belgrade, Me.

The appropriation was $25,000 In 1961; ((1)I ) The U. S. Geological Survey, if asked, when Franklin D. ruined the bootlegging had been my intention to spend hotels' motels and shops and a a spot before where people were ____-*--- -'---.--, al
.$28.21, In 1962; $52.000 In 1963 $34,500 can produce maps showing' the contour of industry by making the stuff legal the Brothers my latter years in Port Sewall 1 few people will accept a promiseof so afraid to speukout. I wonder r "

In 1964 i";and now $80XK( ) more for the coming every foot of land in Martin County. McCoy sailed Into St. Lucie Inlet and observed have sold. my home because I don't such things to come. Don't tell who they are afraid of LET'S
I fiscal year of 1965-a total of $219,716 for ((2)) The Flood Control District probably has that marvelous mile of protected ocean beach want to live in a boom town. There me that there is not the money in I cannot help but mention that LAUGHf

I Vplan.We .*.' such maps and the Engineer: / Corps doubtlesshas behind Ihe coral reef. They decided that a real Is no bitterness in what I say; Stuart to start these things You if there was a real basic feeling n sm MMin H :
but maybe what 1 added to can tell me that there is no one to make Stuart
say a fine place to be
about these thing and It' such at their respective offices estate investment would not be a bad idea.
are ignorant maps
what many others are !saying will interested in them. It's all one great in and visit Colorado Avenue it "A couple of weeks ago I wet
'probably remiss in us to even question the ((3)) The U. S. Weather Bureau is able to They bought it for what amounted to peanuts as
make (host! in power take a aecondlook. hope to gel rid of property at a ia would never have been. For a completely mad for (Charlie
scarosunct preserves of survey appropriations give reliable annual rainfall figures for Martin s ; : profit out of tune with conditions street that will be the grand en- confided a teenager to her friend
but It strikes us that five yean is a mighty and adjacent counties. BEN WAS the romanticist of the team and First, let's talk about the fishing A real estate man who should trance to Stuart you have a hoge- "and now I can't stand him at all
long' time to wait for I a plan and! $219,716 is ((4)) The U. S. Department of Agriculture he would often come by my office in the up- because! one of the trademarks of know because! he is one of the poge group of buildings have l Isn't it funny how changeable men

a fancy price to pay for it. That sort of money and the Florida Department of Agriculture slain of the old Stuart News building and! expound Stuart is that it's the fishing capital leaders, told me this Spring that one outstanding feature they areT'-The Rebel, Augusta, Ga.
ought to. be enough to dig Ojus (Seminole for are able to provide reliable predictions of benefits : ideas of merit. "Martin County ought of the world.! True the fish you must when you !sell a home were built as cheap as possible S
lot of) canals from an efficient water control plan to own Blue Lagoon Coral Strand" he said were there but no longer and you property expect to take a thirty Why have garden clubs art ex- Teacher to teacher: "Not only H

jjWe are so outright dumb that we fail to ((5)) Any civil engineer just graduated, armed to me one day. "11 would make a marvelous can thank the mud. and lots of percent low in the Stuart are. hihits and cultural things and let he the worst-behaved child in ro*
ace why it Is necessary to draw up detailed with inch facts and sweetened with $25.XX( ). public ocean beach park We'll sell it for $25- spray run-off that no one talks When I first moved to StuartI the powers that be give permits for class, but he has perfect attend
about. A short time there I had in mind becoming interested "
for control should be able to furnish such within ()MX) ago wasa buildings that are only one step ance. -Bulletin, Jancsville WitS
plans anew every structure: or a survey with $',000( down and five years to go. letter in The News by someone in its development For that reason removed from four walls
and
Canal! bank slope when the Engineer files are one year and still have time off for a three- eI who was disappointed in Stuart I attended many meeting door and will not tomorrow a '
full of plans for assorted control work in month vacation I ENLISTED the aid of Arthur Dehon and because of the dirty fishermen. and I was' astounded to ace time or next year.I go away men A should noted work heart after specialist reach ta)
we beat it to Ihe Commission Well. I have fished in time hut they
over County many places after good inexperienced fully understand that in writ. the of sixty-five. Why not I*
meeting-those were the day of collapsed and if you catch fish. I don't know men making decisions on matters mg thus that I will not be selectedas fore-Yazoo age Miss.
bond issues and mandamus suits thai were try how you can keep clean. By the that would have wide effect on the the Stuart booster of the year S City,

ing to get more out of a squeezed-out lemon way, it only seems yesterday when future when 1 knew there were but thatiis not what I am looking Albert was taking a part I in s
84 Out of 100 Hitchhikers Have Police Records
lo (pay them off-and the County Commissioners the fish and the crabs in front of men in town newcomers maybe for. What I had in mind is that local concert. He was only !sevei
. my place seemed never-ending. Oneof that could have given strength to I hate to
see anything beautiful that I
laughed at us. They regarded $25,000) as a old but recited so well !
Conducted in Arizona Town Reveals the older commercial men told the subject hut I soon learned such spoiled by a few selfish greedy tears
j
Survey ridiculous overcharge for one mile of the finest this w.nted.OI.m' given an encore.
me Spring that the catch had advice was not individuals and this is being done "Well. did i
yze
Albert and. how
,
ocean beach from Jacksonville to Key West. I
gone down eighty percent in the tell me thai it's a friendly all over the United States. Day by faih
They told me to>> tell Ben McCoy that they lust five years. Where is the com- town because! when you use that day the majority are letting the when get on? asked! the proud

t ::There are startling facts to back up the Can you' pick out a reputable and harmless weren't born yesterday. I did. mitte that I subscribed" to gone? term you mean you are interestedin minority whittle away the good "Why.he| returned I home.did, all rijht

frequent warnings to drivers, not to pickuphitchhikers hitchhiker.' Many people think so--and s A few years ago I was asked to other people. Toleration means things that good people produce. replied the thought "but they

i i ., a leading motoring magazine/ re guess wrong, the author point out. Five BEN WENT through the roof. The implication attend a meeting of the charter something else I asked a prominent We no longer decide what is good made me do youngster k again"-Shan*

I ports.J81n, member of one family picked up a young man that ha was' engaging in highway robbery boat men on rate. I was asked attorney why Stuart people tot ourselves; these things are Springs Kan

::: New state checked turn- while mankind made
Jersey troopers who murdered! them and IIlheir car. A attempting to help -- -
ptke hitchhikers and discovered 162 I runaways, woman driving alone picked! up a uniformed! him blow his stacks. The ebb tide turned and

SHT,servicemen absent" without leave, seven inmates IICrv l.'Cmlllt.'CIIUhC/ his car hud broken down. real estate began "real-esUting! ," One day Ben Economic Courses Should Be COMMON SENSE' ENTERING:
fleeing menial institutions and five He killed her. Came in and handed me a $50\ bill "What's TaughtIn FOREIGN AID ATTITUDE
escaped. convicts.: The fingerprints of 500 that for?" I asked.) "You go lo the County

others were on criminal records. laws Many arc not states rigidly prohibit enforced.hitchhiking DenpiM but police/the (Conumwion. he roared!, "and tell thaw" knot- High Schools on Capitalism IdeaAre the There is little doubt that the attitude sal
heads Ben wasn't bun 1 American people toward aid *
y-ISbeldon Mix, writing the current issue warnings against picking hitchhikers motorists McCoy yesterday. foreign
of[Home & Highway, publication of the Alltttute continue to invite up strangers into>> their just sold Blue Lagoon of Coral Strand for $ O.- now constituted has been changing and luwening. -
t Insurance Companies further documents: cars OCX) cash"TI11E our educators ashamed of the capital. school provide driver-instruction only a relatively This does not meant that the nation'

the' dangers of offering rides to strangers. Motorists who pick hitchhikers face S h.tic system? One might think so, the way it is tiny minority have regular courses" in is going" isolationist; it does mean that thrt

f I '|Out of 100 hitchhikers, passing through/ a another hazard. A hitchhiker up may sue the PASSED. Back in the early fifties swept under the rug in our schools. economic The Brooking Institute authority mere more and more reasoned doubt Out till
red*
I went with investor of considerablemeans : spending of limitless billions will !
fishing
i luMuttJ'Arizona town lawmen discovered that driver after an accident. In twenty slates and an America's high school students are being for the estimate that only five per cent of high add) to the t"
I ; 4.f hadfcriminal words' and twelve otherswete"peither the District of Columbia the law provides that and acumen. As we came buck in the Intel taught to drive can but they are not being told! school graduates have been nation strength and influence of
l he expowd to as much abroad and reas00'eel
: juvenile runaways or AWOL asked me if I thought the parcel was how our economic there is an equally
it forthem
an auto owner is liable; to hi* "guest" In case system makes pouible a one-temciter course in
worth the $125.000 asking price. MA.ou out M economics. feeling that the countries on the rs'ceivmg
teryiccmen. Only four of the 100 were without of injury through "ordinary negligence." or their parents to own automobiles. many
records. of your head? I exclaimed. Our neglect in this area would- be understandable end of aid are sitting on their' b-uiJ
.
iI police"" There are still some drivers,, who feel A harsh indictment? Yes but deplorably if we !had an economic system of ,nd doing" very little to help solve their 0'1''
1 I- guilty when they turn down a 'thumb bum' true. Although a vast majority of secondary: problems.
JUST TO show who was crazy: it changed which we were ashamed and wished to hide
i..*.. on the highway yet there is no rtllo'lJlto feel hands" $$OO.tXIO. then --- --- children. The
5 The Stuart Newt' will furnish photo print at $175.1X10.I then at al il from our very though it pre.J'OI'ICr'OIMooo .

of *i ize*'up to S by 10 inches, of any picture wouldn't any obligation open your toward"home these to them nw.; why hcn.1 admit\& $UXXlX. ) > and next at around $2.000.lUX) ) We Joist think there's any place eke in FlorkU of count: sirs:. American free competitive preacher There s divided opinion about the *!
of $2.00 as fine this." enterprise it the greatest and The division is between the affM1
UM NEWS staff /for a charge as mom dy.
Ukea by one t to car: ? CoL d R. Carrel, chief he's
your AND in ia all con'orted he's'f
first print and $1.00 for any additional JUST the other day a man sal my ramie system history.We and the comfortable
for the of the Colorado Stale Patrol in the nH .
prints ordered from the sane negative at the article. says office showing me a plan for yacht basin and I'M SURE they will. Those exclusive "homes snould. therefor, be bouiung about a' -1IanJlnl Time.

time; larger sizes by special quotation. marinas, a golf course and dc bait residence and snazzy yachts and cabana are closer than our economic system and! insuring that our
o Ii Mine Stuart Newi employee* will not take photo J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI, that "out-Palm-beach Palm teach." He told you think. But ia the sound carried by the youth are fully aware of the principle that 'It'l easy to spot> the successful: man Ba
s puts it this way: "Offering a ride to a stronger, me offhandedly thai It will be a rather exclusive wind! CAb a the I ball Uw &
from the in
i made
... .1e excel* for the newt and aJveminfStuwt ; the sea if the residents l listen they have possible highest Irving standard game, bucket: seat>
afThe Newt like pausing on a hill or a curve I I. a danger- and expensive place lo live. We intend may hear Lou's "I'll cover your fingers with the world .IMS ever known -0ra1gtng. Tune

i 1 cog::;. out, blind gamble In neither case can the to spend! $20,000,000 in development to nuke diamonds" and Ben roaring: Till these knot- America should out be complacent about
... j-i U L" NC T '""(j ... motorist foresee what ts ahead." UM must of the charm of the natural Mltan,. heads wasal born yolerday coooauc aDwa'1. The grtateii blessing& ot* life as ihi *'***

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MILLER
WAS AT CONFERENCEErnest

Miller, principal at Dun ASC ElectionIs THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
bat School in Hobe Sound, wa Thundiiy, August. 27, 1964 5-C

among the school annual officials Junior who-Senior attended Being HeldThe I NATIONAL COAST GUARD EXAMINATIONS ACADEMYThe

High School Principal Conference election of the ASC committee -
Aug. 12-14 at Indiana Univmi- 3 for Martin County is being I 89th annual competition for
ty. Bloomington, InJ. held by mail balloting. which ,| entrance to the U. S. Coast Guard
d w I began Aug. 21. All eligible farmers -i Academy will commence with the
While at I.U., the group discussed and rancher" in the county are Doc. 5, 1964 administration of the
the u Ie of audio-visual being mailed a ballot with the !' College Examination
equipment and other instructional I slate of nominee Ballots. will be Board T'Un:. examination
materials, and more flexible class I tabulated publicly by the incum I will, be given in over 3,000 test
scheduling. bent committee on Scot J, at 7:30: : cenl'rl.I .
----- ---- t pm in the ASCS office which u I United
located! in the agricultural build AppointmentsGuard.. are made

ing.I solely on the basi of competitive
I S. Douglas Zest county office examination and prospective adapt
.'... ..",",: I manager, hai released! the follow. I ability to military! life. There art
r '. ; ':' mg iluto of nominee for the ASC no Congressional appointment or
.i '
..:.... .... ... :>
i I committee election geographical .
:, .... ... ;. ...-........... \. '" Palm : George Boydv.ton. quotas.An
.. ...... .; .... ,. ... ...' I City; T. F. Clement. I school applicant must he I a high
InJianlown senior
W I ; Walter llupfel, '' or graduate who has
: ... ''"('' ": f'f. ": 'i. ;'. !; Albert Krueger, Stuart: Slu'I''I' reached his 17th but not hit 22nd

1 _________ __ .. ').. i.r Mmear, Palm City; Harvey birthday by July I I. 1965.. Appli
'. ...""" ,," ,,,' Stuart; Joe Pcnningion, cants still.. In high school must
y""," ""'"t "Wlions. Stuart; and Dean Smiley, 'Indian- j graduate and earn 13 units by June
TWO of the three exhibit buildings at the Martin County Fair Grounds. Each The Fair AnocUtion' it negotiating the Slate of Florida I town. 30.,__1963.1 The .unirs must Include
building is 100 feet long thirty-eight feet. wide. and twelve feet high, inside dimen- funds to erect another for exhibits. bur nutchng Generally, a farm owner tenant lucre m tngiun:; two Algebra
""" "' '''' ,., """ .' .. ... -... .. .. .. building. and one in Plane Geometry.
7" ; j. .:9/ ..""" I... >I'" "t."t"'* -.. ..._....... ...." or sharecropper may vote in Applicants
, { the ASC committee election if he must be In excellent physical. .
THE WEATHER'SFINE i ; is .taking part or I I. eligible to Ink condition: between 64 and 78
WITHELECTRIC pan in ono or more of the pro- inches in height, with proportionate
gums administered! by the com- weight and have at least 20/30
AIRCONDITIONING I;j I 'lIill 'I:. Question on eligibility. to vision in each eye, correctable to
snY 20/20
1 i vole and hold' office or on the I
M election procedure, will I be settled An information booklet and! ap.
h) Ich incumbent committee. Ap- Plication forms may I be obtained
!petili from such decisions may be by writing the Commandant (FTP-
.. mid promptly to the Slate ASC 2)), U S. Coast Guard Washing-
Feel
Better ("ml1l1lhe. I ton. P. C 20226.

Sleep Better : Qualification of persona eli1ihlc -

Live Better <' to hold office as a commitlevnmn ANNOUNCING:
include eligibility to vote
I'
Yaa round unit cool fa +i 1 n I. In the election: and! being a local REOPENINGM1RFLAINK
limner,warm in winter.See y ,, rcsulont. I It is also highly desirable : KENNELS
that nominee he currently active
your appliance dealer or air
conditioning contractor I I farmer or ranchers who ire qualified John R. !Mosley, Mgr
<< now. .
Prices are lower than ever. | for county c committee: work Boarding Day Week
and who will be representative of Month

;, the various sections and type of Obedience
.7kdUad) .. Training
.S: agriculture in the county. Further
: '. ,, Grooming
M! '11' information. o n commiiteenian
JJg.rljltl!! >. 5401 S. Federal
Highway
qualification! may be obtained.
Wit. ; -,' from the C ASCS Vounly Fort Pierce Phone 464O37I
Office!
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FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT CO. --- ---- CREDIT MAN SAYS +'

114f1N, AUltD 1I.0lfJDA THE L1VES1OCK building on the Martin County Fair Grounds on AlA. This was held In Match r ; 1;I ISO feet long thirty-eight;; wide, and twelve feel t Our .irpiirtu"" are baned on uiMo-dale
IL ._building was completed last spring in time to be used l for the 1964 fair which Inside dimensions.Governor's : high II factual. 1 InforniMlion only, and prepared (r
------------ w by esprrtoired penunnel. 1t
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YOU CAN RELY: 0\:
Report: moss-draped' cypress trees, her
HOSPITALIZATION PLAN rolling hor5llundher citrus

GUARANTEED RENEWABLE: FOR LU'EORLD WIDE COVERAGE groves of the Indian River country, MERCHANTSCREDIT

NO AGE LIMIT ENROLLMENT: NOW OPEN: Sunshine State RouteIs the and b'eraIIlLles.Tho her swamp. on tho fringe of BUREAU

PAYS MEDICAL DRS* OSTEOPATHS:: AND:' NATIONAL HOME LIFE: Sunshine
State Parkway isa _
CHIROPRACTORS ASSURANCE COMPANY highway 1 U> economic '
NON FU>RIDA RESIDENTS! ACO.PTED:: FORM GRF' 63 Individual, achijvcnunl.growth It give and MARIIN COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT BUREAU"
Gate for Tourists Florida a new oneness PROFESSIONAL! EXCHANGE BUILDING STUART

AGES OVER .. -... .--- --- -- --- _- _.
$225 $425 ---
18-50 .. MONTH: 66 MONTH -
----- "- By FARRIS BRYANT alone went toward building free
AGES $3'40'u ULR $100 roads in Honda..
51-65 ,MOM! : 18 !MONTH Governor of Florida The original 109mileHoblail"

Like velvet ribbons the Sunshine Turnpike was loo short to Join the
., I'lvane I'urnuh Me I ret Infurmalio State prove smart car
SNFP 8.Z3' : Parkway cuts I attractive Florida'
path through la trucking: 'IndtMryrBuftht'eMritMmT -
Slime ,. .. ... Ale ... .... Morida's. Interior for 2oS-mile I bee ,increased -

Florida health Agency Addrew .. ..... from Miami to Wildwood In Central commercial, trucking on
Florida where .it links into the the Turnpike, by 98
p, O. Box 292, Luke Worth, Florida City .... Slate .. ....... ... rapidly developing Interstate highway the first of the year percent Trucking since buyers who made
network, and presto! .. firm from North. Florid! Cteur
the drive to Florida la breeze gin. Alabama,
-- and
- -- -- a to South Carolinaare
Americans everywhere.The now "using this new major. the
Sunshine State Parkway artery of the combined: 1-73' and number one
provides I new gateway for tourism Turnpike. The Turnpike create
I and it draws the Male's cities. new trucking Industry, In flurlda.'
closer together for Horidian it make motoring' easier on the
Get Set Now For The,result i Is thai it is proving to narrower free highways, and it extends seller the numberone
be an outstanding financial sue- the markiu of all those who
cellll, use it.The.
The acid test of a turnpike's Sunshine Stale Parkway,
SALE LABOR DAY financial success It, of course which costs .lets than two cents buy!!!
earnings versus' obligations. To per milts to use, has brought about,
meet: its annual' obligation, the a change in motorist thinking. We
WEEKEND turnpike must daily earn $17,640. now find ourselves computing.
In the firm 213 days- of I y64/ the trips" In elapsed. driving' lime' rather
daily total Income has averaged! than miles. The distance from rhcrroM has always Wn a favorite tar. Now
$4< the more In favor titan < Projecting this over the balance Turnpike and! U.S. 301 I Is actually Chevrolet draining to we why Look at hla wldjuMortnwit
of the year we should have a surplus J8 mile longer than the Slime trip of Lrmul-novr (Chevrolets Cho't'llce

This offer/ ends Sept. S r Breaking of over this one down million into dollars.percentage 2 by hours way of and!U.S.13 minute|I. but it lest requires driv" then Chevy: lie and l LVnalrs !Tick the one, you wanL-,
join all
figures: the bond coverage log time. those smart buyers who grits
UNCONDITIONALLYGUARANTEED for the first seven month of 1964 Gainesville In North Central 'numbrr ono sisal on the number one wlton But
was a healthy IJg percent That Florida." I le now lea than six\ hours don't wait Ilk) long; there are a lot of other smart
i
means we collected\ it percent from Miami, and! it Is an easy, tuyur ruundlUmJrl I
more than was required to cover carefree, drive Instead of a bumpy I
the bonds exhausting day king journey
TIRES I These "cc.. earnings are being The speed limit RECAP placed into the Turnpike's bond i Slate Parkway I I. now 70( mile' per
I, retirement fund. hour day and niitht. Reins umwd F-
We guarantee our OSVB expertly reiipped Did you know Florida spends from 65 mile per hour has had _
tire imcoadllloiully against all defect KM per mile on turnpike construction no detrimental. effect on the
.fa workmamhlp and material a* well Turnpike'.
than anywhere cite In safety record whichare C6ttnbJmpek/ 8 Nd. .
a. all road hautrd Take advantage of the nation? The 136-mile. etiension among the best In the nation Gap.Cleafle
Slug special Labor D.y Sale. sad make of the Sunshine Stale Parkway, and twice, a* food.a a* "''!orid.'*
your car sale for your family. opened on January 20th of this. record on free accent highway
..++1 year, cost 1384,307 per mile. Compare the Sunshine Vale Parkwaysgrassy
I this to I.S8i.SI2 per milen palm-Irned right-of-way

ALL 13"nnd 14" SIZES ALL 15" TIRE SIZES In New New Jersey York,,S3.I27.WX and $4.562WW( ) per mile per. eweeps FTorher through old:the south typical::: with area* its of

mile in Massachusetts. U.IU. C.. .
I -- -- dpoe/ ,
Despite the normal 'increase In

$ I construction pert: since January costs one 23. l 19n would when e A(,()PEW V\: f VACANC1KH GUARD OtrlCKK AT 1ererPMstr 'at0

the Tint 1 lot-mifc. length, of the CANDIDA MIMMH. 4 7

: II I mrnpue from Miami to ion A few vacancies remain In the- :
G.66 Pierce was open, the construction U. S. Coast Guard Officer (:and;-
f1Jj COlIC of the extension jute completed date. School: claw. convening on
milf.YrC was actually $21,1X10 .lens per I Sept. 13.twenty-one College. and graduate twenty-ail* beIween < c_ Jl N..a ln c..,.

the extension is In every yean of age who meet rigid mental "
wy a better highway, than the and. physical: requirements can br.
"like or Blurt Hall s.... a* Trade It
(Original Turnpike length. The come commnuoned officer 'In the
I! I median. strip" that area of grass lea Coast Otiard In seventeen week. __J t .
, iween the northbound and south Qualified applicant are eelisud to
I bound l lance |lis 40 feet instead of the Coast Ouard Reserve with a Cw.frU.w Clf16 Comp.1su .
FREE MOUNTING & BALANCING :u fret wide, and the right of way I guarantee that" they will "be" atknitUd -
is 400 feet wide instead of 300 to Officer Candidate School ........alt IW ewre1irto.ii'"w'
_
fart
r7..t con,,_ al the 11 I.
-- ..... -
The. entire 23 mile* of the Sunshine Coast Guard Reserve Training
I State Parkway was \built Center In historic. Yorktown. Va.
without one cent of COM to the Itch September and February
taipeyer. and But one cent for admwsuatfon Guard Reserve officer on itetrve :
or maintenance, duty receive thirty y0t/l1/ CMEVAOCQ
day annual)
HIGGINS TIRE j Yet this son hi"....'. which leave, free medical and rental care,
cost you nothing testate you elect; and the sung benefit and pay at .fMr/fa-fVry/ g.rllfTlrlll'lWlI
to we ...! provide, gawune la* < officer in the other armed service*. rSaJl w..,W l money which I yon1'
pieroedaa*but building" free Reserve officer serve tJt, *
road Toll .. free road. I on active duty (talk I? weeks' at
.
I A* of the fine of the and. Offfccr/ CanJiUmte, s..d'|
AVENUE year .1. a* pan .... .. .
DELAWARE PIIONBKH28W Ibis. .1.I. -
1312 wee before the Turnpike .. 01 a lout f MI year ofJIipc ona.
fnl fa to fun .length Just about j; For additional infcrawutM, in. ,
\ ,' douMw. the trafficlow, an esti-1 I' ,feasted coaVfe gradtwla of mlur o It ltrt
FORT PIERCE sated gafloa" of g so- '|' should coouct the local Cowtt
fine lad bee. I burned en the 1 unto ;,Guard recnuier, Bill Greene Chevrolet
P ke. Computing IBM at 1 ceatai f --- Company
I per. gafloai" some $10.7 auffioa of'moaac Inpom of fureig car* in luJy
w .. (ron the TurnpiU axreaaed .. 204
by per cent fa. IM2. COLORADO AVENUE: HtldT
low ATlsaBViPRINCIPAL 7.3221

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tip $'f.\JA.Q. ) (i1.) NaWS 1111"oy" August 2'70; 1964 SMaIll (tRP1+uM3)111Vf11S\ )) :m.L I 3).7 '
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I'f RECENT BUILDING PERMITS

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CrwMr Location Contractor DeMTlp'lnn' Amount
t ,

City of Stuart

Adp. .b IS IS. Saakpolt Nine RiRSaJe1 ReaiJonce S 3,100tiihrsp

Plymornh' .1U Ctweu f Read City Spa. SiWa 2STl
R, Jarlin-gton 15113 Riverside Drive Hecrlirt New, RaaiJence i 19,00'RRAafd. .

Prange 8K t Parkway Fest Forsberg New, Residence 14.700
Don O'Kellaf ft45 South F\IIeral SGtIU Psrhing Afoa 1.800 [

? Martin County Library E. Ocean Boulvear iii Air tnnditioning 3.000

Bill Greene Chevrolet 807 Colorado Avenue Sud4ir. New BuikJina 10.000 :

Don Q'Kelley 8&3 South Federal Taphx A Strout Face 400
krs
John Sadler J. 714 South Dixie Comm. Cooling Ar: Conditioning 950 I
l
.. H. G. Underwood 1119 South Federal Hall Aie ('onJidoning 1.000

:. A& W Root Beer Stand J,51 Cutoff Rood "oaco Aluminum Awnings 300 I

a P. Eo Roil 1041 Terrace Road Comm Cooling Air Conditioning 900

1: G. 'Y(. McGraw 908 New Provl\knce Road Comm doling Air C'onditklnina 900 I e '.

;: Martin County : '

i:: A., L Norden Port Salerno None >4ew Porch 300

a Fire Department Palm City Panero Truck Shelter 1,000

:: JoIIh Robinson lobe Sound None Utility Room 400

.: Fla Power .t Llsht Co. U. S. 1 REM Construction Utility Room 2,000W

:. W. Stone Port Salerno None Addition to Residence 1,000r I

: Sam Rhode Construction Co. Lots 54 k 56. Skyline Park

:; Second Addition Rhodes Two Rc.jdcnces 8.000 1st '

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: A Home Large Enough For Children



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I I' The first group of figuresIn HIE SWIMMING POOL COLS US AT INLET TIDES PORT SEW ALL, WITH INLET FOR BACKGROUNDNews

the house number represent _. _
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the square feet of liva- -
I'; able area io the house (The r'' I I"r, a,",, -' "t.". The first railroad depots in By 1980 some! 9'.000.000 Americans .
other group II is- an office num { America were long wooden buildings will have finished! high I
'f.her..) According to Jan Rein- for Veterans with tracks' running through school That will "ha 55, per cent
: ber) Consult a local:, contractor ? R1rpiMYI as a tunnel. At each end were large ot( the population fifteen years and
for estimate of t
: an f swinging doors.. over as against 41 per cent in 1960.
.1. $
YI s"ti
;: building costs. I ,(
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t t Issued by Keller
I: r' *hY: Tops In Design
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1350-102 M. T Dixon, director/ of the rangements will then be made to : 'lf '
I .
> PROBLEMS
: Designed for a family with Florida Department of Veterans examine him KINGSIGNS
,children this 1,330-square.foot, Affairs, said that he ,would like Dixon further stated that to
".three-bedroom masonry! home to call to the attention of the many reopen a claim for pension, the ... ,
:which will fit a narrow lot, has a -- veterans who have 'filed claims: Officer must
number of distinctive features (C) with a similar one behind it from the adjoining bedrooms and for compensation or pension that veteran county service CALL
S One is the central kitchen with In the bedroom ball A 6-foot-wiJc" the family room by storage walls Nro.aaNOe00M their Claims were denied because first know why the veteran, was '
,;:serving windows Into the living. glass: door connects the dining Next to the linen closet (IL) is. a they did not meet the requirements tutncd. down not. eligibly; .by. law, R. G. LINDSEY
'dining area, the family room and alcove with I the side screened closet for the hot water heater of the, Jaw. statement of doctor not complete PLUM*'INC CONTRACTOR: NEON SPECIALISTS
the screened porch which' also porch where a skydome (dotted (doted circle). To speed up the 1 aOr00M For instance, one veteran was enough to convince the VA of increased LICENSED INSURED
;:permit the homemaker to over circle on plan) brings sunshine into morning traffic there is an additional granted service: connection.for his disabilities, proper marital Farr> ESTIMATEDIAL 251-.547 Fort Pierce HOward "4-1399
,ice (and overhear) activities Inuit this otherwise t i dark cornerThe washbasin Just. off the entrance but the rating board evidence missing, eta Dixon sugtests I
disability
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t three area. Another is three I I compact 8V\) by 1014-foot to the second bathroom. frsMsrr rated him less tan 10 per cent that the veteran show the --- ------- -- -
( :separate screened porches, and kitchen can be closed off from A folding partition separates iw ywf.a1rON disabled, However, since that time1, VA. letter rejecting the veteran to
still another te the two full bath. the bedroom hull by a sliding door the two rear bedrooms which open his service' connected disability has his local veteran county service
4 I rooms and t lavatory in the bed I (see arrow on plan). The work into an adjacent porch. This partition become increasingly worse What officer and he 'will know if he -
room hall. counter to the right of the sinkS could be*replaced with a wOR JWM should he do? has a chance to- win if the claimis
A I Tae front screened porch act I ( ) not only has t pan-through! solid wall. in which case it would! He should have an examination reopened.
a*af._ anJ ,extension of the to the dining alcove but alto! .a he desirable to add some 3 or 4 by his local doctor for hit service Dixon invites inquiries on this '
24Vi,+Fool-wide living room. This double counter on the porch side feet Io the depth of these. twobedroomshudget rr.A connected disability only. If his or any veterans: "benefits to your 1 w Motors Rewound
I is 9(4( feet high along ( arrows on plan and sketch on permitting locat service officer
airy room I see doctor will make a statement of veteran county
the front wall and has a continuous .- cutaway picture: ). The oppositecounter The 10 by 11 foot master bedroom and findings, and gives or his office at"P; O BOX Home Wiring & Outlets
of indirect light over contains the (R), has a private bath (with tnsrssaerro symptoms St.
trough range 1437 Petersburg >>
a definite that\ the service Water
"shower), a linen closet\, and two opinion Pump; RepairsOPEN
the two 8-foot.wlde sliding glass refrigerator (RF) and a snick baron
connected il
disability! i now more
doors and the 3-foot )Jalousie door 1..1 the family.room side of the fold separate 6-foot closets with hi- than 10 per cent. 20 per cent 50( ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
doors for accessibility
I Away from the windows is the counter. greatest
wr.w per cent etc. disabling the" veteran .
fireplace! alcove (FP), making a I.. The 13-foot-wide carport is The wide eaves of the shed roof blocks finished In stucco on the : should get in touch with his local CompleteAutomotive
cozy place for winter gatherings.! handy to the front door (via screen this house t the outside and plaster (over furring veteran county service officer who .
Next) to It Is a 3-foot coat closet 1 ed porch) and to the kitchen door covering walls, windows, and protect screens from I ) on the room side Ceilingsare will transmit! this medical statement EDHIGBEE
The 4-foot-wide closets open into excessive rain and direct sun The finished in plaster and con requesting a new examination Repairs Q
PAINTS HARDWARE the carport, and another.two 4- roof slopes from front to back. I tain electric: radiant heating coils i for rating purpose. based on,
Atlantic 7.0363 foot closets open 1M3h. porchthe Although this 40-foot.wide! house for even and dependable heat. i iI the doctor's medical statement
( one marked LN houses laun has been conceived for a deep Floors art. terraneo or resilient Dixon said the Veterans Administration
Cat_....... Fte.Pla'in' dry appliances and hot water t lot-a 60-foot( frontage would bo I tile in due time will answer Chason's Garage
....,... heater). satisfactory; a wider lot would of plans were drawn by architect the veteran's letter and inform Dial AT 7-2311 ELECTRIC
II Ply, Cut It necessary, the 12 by 94i foot course, be preferable since it would Jan Reiner, the author of Florida him if further information is needed .
family room' could "be partitioned more privacy as well as apace Homes magazine which is available and this is the proper procedure SERVICE FOR SAFETY
T. >>..... off to form a fourth bedroom (see for a two-car carport or garag at Vals Book Shop or .by to follow in trying to reopena 4IS-4I* awry Ft4.... Hider. 327 OSCEOLA AT7-0744J]
I E....'..... IlHwllM dotted line for wall and door), Home 1350102( is a slab-on- mailing SI to ))00V-Fifiy-secon4( : claim for compensation. Ar
M_ .......M r.r 8..... DwtarSkill. the 4-foot closet (Ie) would make grade masonry! home with ,,,ter. Street North. St. Petersburg.. Fla. .
PirtM CkU: n4 Others this 8V4 by 914-fool "bedroom lot walls built of 8-inch concrete 33710. .
usable, -- -- --
INDIAN RIVER SALES
OM TW DHv. MIU MwtlkJENSEN The two bathrooms art bock

MLA to-hack and are sound-msuluted 'Shellcmft// ExhibitsAt Y Fastest gun in the county




House of Refugel Lubricating farm machinery {rat the tuafrconiominf: chore It

1i r.a5. w used to be. Standard OiT Multipurpose Grecue Cartridge end

Now showing at the House of for her lovely paintings of land ed all that.When used with Standard's EconoGreasa Gun, you
\ Refuge Museum is a unique exhibit 'I scapes: along the Indian River and I can load and use in 30' aeconda. And there' no contamination
I' JllE RUNT S of shellcrsft by Marjorie and other Florida scenes. The paintingshave
\ Frank Petal of Jensen Beach This been exhibited In the Annual 1W of grease Your Standard On, Man wifl gladly demonstrata tbi*
display of unusual handicraft: is Spring Art Shows of the Martin time-and-work ...veriDANIEL t
i ROWELL\ FURNITURE CO. a culmination i a hobby : a County Museum and may also he I
ndf
career Mr rot first seenat the Sand Bon in Jensen W. McCLURE Agent Stuart
_ J I DW AT 74804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps became interested in shells during seen at the Sand Box in Jensen ,\ r ,
World War 11 when Frank was
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---- - - -- -- -- ----- the lull Coast of
stationed on :
Florida After tot war, they returned $$72,700 Permits < STANDARD
to Jensen Beach and "boughta I
TITLE SECURITY COMPANYInvites restaurant on Hutchinson Island Issued Recently I Ii 5 OIL
Retaining a keen interest in shells, ,,
the Ptlosn continued to make various i .. Ivued last !
you to inspect the title insurance (Items which' they displayedand week by Mania County .sad. the I wt take better ccu+g of -' LaPm
rate schedules sold on the island.A City of Stuart totaled $72.770.. 1 1I -
in
now effect.Policy tremendous interest was initiated I They included four sew real.] I f
If In shcllcraft. and they began dence*; two in the city and two in I
you are financing your acquisition to teach others about theirhobby. the. county and air conditioning ," r 7- i
)f real estate. ask us for a quotation of At a greater demand forinformation for four residences. :
the moneysaving combination rat covering accumulated, the Pcl- I
I The largest air conditioning: .permit I
) policies for both your title' u owner nail began Io write about the craft was for the installation n Cw 1
of and for your mortgage I lender. and soon three books were published Martin County Puhlto Library at
No abstract is required for determination about their efforts. Today I an estimated. cost of SVOOU I. ( >t th
{ Insurance of title and insurability! by the mob shellcraft has become a family I Nineteen (permit wen issued;
ern l'uUtim plant operated title Insur prwect, and the Pclosi children join six in OM county, the remainder I rat
their parents in malm* unusual
I in Stuart.
ante underwriter agency.: The delay for objects; of art from shells, 1
the copying of public record into abstract I 1 1I
Mrs. P.losi. expresses, her artistic
t 4 arc eliminated. Parlies and their counsel, talents in other media as well I Thcr an a few Italian towns ,
which entitled to elect their i .rr
II I generally, within two to four working She..is' known throughout.t the, _area | owa prints.arc ale r r
days know here their transaction stands. I

title-wise on the basis of a firm title ra> lleathcote METALWt ,.J L: w ; ,
omen kinder. t,'
i An hi Rata 4% 1 iNtf r ll
Nurseries Workm
: The insured title Is the only suit dtisCeraRde > I l tt .
: IF WE DOVT 11VK IT 'as ,}t, ,
Architect Dwtos4 lawfanpbg.Oriental "'& CAN MAKK IT'STUART
Dcsa A Specialty.Compkt .
j Title Security* Company I ...... ot Oraaisental ""T...
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ro FLORIDA I Pont MaltrtaL The I ,
STUART :.t ... >4. ... '
River Af*.* OWe Landscape
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Boi 118.5 Atlantic 7-002y
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STUART SAILFISH SUMMER TOURNAMENT
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ROY 1'. MUtING THE STUART FkrMsl NEWS
(May 1. Oct
31)) GELS PROMOTION I Ihurwlay, AKWit 27. 1964 74
1511: M. Length Diviikm. I P
George D. --
Ccdc Memphis Roy F. NieMief madrinal's
cress.? "Skipper II," Copt A. I. Whticr, K ft. B |il. : mate third claw, USN.. son of
AN POMPANO: Janws L. O'Rcar. Stuart "Cartune' : Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. NteMing of

aphis Lewis Lunn .. ..... ,IS It JL I Jensen Beach was recently promoted Professional
aboard (JSS
the destroyer
RJACK: Hugh Morrison. fearing Aid ServiceJAY
Melbourne Beach, t'nglish. operating out of Norfolk,
ulfsweawi.Captain, Von K. Jottrdan ... 66 lb X r*. II Va. His. promotion was. based on A. BYRNE,
'IC BONITO: Marvin E. Nelli. Memphis Teen, j a' I I I time in service and rate, military
.
Certified Aid
Spray II," Captain Ray Young ... ... .......... .. .. J I2: |lb. ''.' "x k +tt t appearance, performance of dune Hearing
CUDA J. C. and passing the Navy-wide lest Audiologist
: Waller.
Birmingham Alabama .
for .
Fran L.." Captain Pete Robertson .. .. .. .... 35 Ib ,f. I promotion.A Specialist In Quality Hearinn
'"
K BASS: R. D. Futch, Lake City Jensen Savannas full-grown male orangutaa. Aids, Batteries Car Mold and
1 10 lb. 3
or. Repair of AU MakeLlO'
whose "man of the
KFIN TUNA: Charles R. name means
Gorman Rantoul III, N. Till Sheet Fort Ph-rr'
wixuh' stand! 4' i feet high
larybob III Captain Bob Scrim her .. ...... j 13 n,. I weighs ?(n X) pounds and measures ((1 Block N. of Fir Station)

FISH: Charles Gee Vero Beach ......_...,., ..,,..,., n jh. 8 oe I more than seven feet from fingertip HOward 1-3035
MARLIN: R. D. Farmer Cocoa Beach t to fingertip.
"Spray I
Captain Ray Young .. .. .. .................. 130 j lb. 7 i
TO: Mrs Cleo Oagne, Cocoa Beach. "Mal)bob & !;;

II." Captain Bob Scriimhcr. ..... ... ....... ........... 18 lb. 4 0,, HEARING AIDS
A: Mrs. Robert Walling Leeshurg, "Spray II." S
Afousllcon and Zenith
plain Ray Young .... .. . ............ 6g |1b.
HIN: Mack V. Farley. &w Gallic ..Gulr lrellm." i $ i Service on all makes of (Imtntmtnt

'plain Von Jourdan .... .... .... ....................... 43 lb. 1c 4 I 4 e AARP.NRT.'fellll program by

.NDER: Andy Dcmoldovich, Jensen Beach .... ..... 7 lh. 10 oa ( 1d Acowtlcmt
CREV AllE: Rose Longshore, Cocoa Beach, 4

"Skipper II," Captain A. J. Whiticar ....... ......... 30 |Ib 2 ot j d : S r Free hearing test In home or office

MACKEREL: Ernest Dcsharnais, Jackson: u ,t. cs.n awn.:- Batteries cord, mold!
Heights, N. Y., "Fran L," Captain Pete Robertson.51 lb. t

YFISH: Frank C. Morgan Stuart .. ........ 2 lb. 7 ox. i Hearing Aid Center

TROUT: L. W. Cone, Palm City .......................... 12 lb. 7 oi.K

: Morris Schall, Jensen Beach .........................?. 36 lb. 704 OR VNGK: AVF.NUP, FORT MERCK .61-3"
ISH MACKEREL: Frank C. ---- --. -
Morgan Stuart ... 3 lb.
ETAIL Colin Brain Daytona, "Jickie."

Frank McCIosky ... ...... .... .. .......Captain............. 32 lb) I or. ....-', _. ..____".,_;4 ..c........_.......---. .. ---,---- ..- ONLY

FISH: Gordon E Cox Miami .................-,,-"",.. 3 lb. 2 or. FAMILIAR SIGHT around Iniiianlown these days is ditching, ty-five-foot-decp ditch for Caulklns' dims Ltd! of Denver, CuKv.
100: George T. O'Reilly. New York City. diking anj bedding work being done in preparation for citrus in preparation for a grove. Caulklns recently purchased a part. of

'Fran L.," Captain Pete Robinson .,..,...,..... 42 lb. 8 ox. groves. Above the Big Chief Construction Company digs a twen. the Chantain\ Ranch, west of Indiiintown, for citrus grove FIVE

YEARS moo

Cold Upwciling Brought It Ashore; It Squirts Ink

A AGO 'r J Ja


CALLING Rare Crestfish, A Relative of Oarfish, Te



LONG DISTANCE? Identified by Marine Scientist, at MiamiAdd


,
unusual order of fishes that In. processing the elongate snout of year for no evidence of upwell-
It to elude the oarfish, the dealfishcs that over-hangs the small/ mouth. I Ing was noted. I would 'be very interested -

Help Yourself to and the opah or monnfish. Rclafi. "I was especially Interfiled in I In receiving your comments
CollectionOfRareties' vely little Is known about the the article you sent us from The on the area. involved and
group. However it is the current Stuart New regarding the cold the time of summer that such cold many of today's familiar ailments,
subject of a world-wide revisionby water at Martin County benches temperatures obtain in your region. whose widely .
symptoms arc now !
letter Service Dr. V. Walters of the Univcr- This confirm the Idea that I have i Ihls Information can 'be rccoj
lily of California. held, based solely on evidence of helpful li> us In ,planning future nixed and chemically treatable with the
By ERNFSr LYONSIt "The crestfiHh is unusual that the quantity of these interesting oceanographic" cruises'' In your re aid of pharmacy, could not he accurately
its gas bladder is modified l as an midwater fishes. that we receive, .
wasn't an oarfish-but it was ink tic This species has the ability that there are areas. of upwelling What d<> you know about\ the i diagnosed. Rely on your druggist !
an oarfish's cousin. to squirt Ink much a, do the In this central Florida coastal region. cold current? Here's a chance: to
We refer to the serpentine critter i squids, This is presumably a protective Unfortunately we do mil aid science by fixing., the dates at .
with a red mane which Mrs : device to escape predationin have sufficient: data to determinethe which they occur Send any informalitm STUART
R. M. Kuhn and Mrs. Donna the midwatcr I areas where extent and duration of this np you may have (11the I DRUG CORP.I
RoweU. with their youngsters, i fish normally occurs. The area welling. One cruise that we ran subject t to Dr Rubins of to The 1 : .
found in the surf at Jensen Beach tween Palm Beach and. ho-I into the region some years ago Stuart News and we will relay 1s ,.S// YOUR REXAI.L STORK AT 7-1122
two weeks ago. I tlule-by-the-Sca is apparently was apparently at the wrong time it to him. I
.
of and result ._ .
The fact that Mrs. Kuhn and upwellinc a* a - ,
I -- ------- -- --- --- ----
u asw Mrs. Rowell had the preception to Urge midwiier species come to the
realize that the catch might .he surface and into the fthore .waters
something unique has. added a star in some quantity. Over the last. ten ..,
to their' crowns in the opinion of years I suspect that we have accumulated -
Dr, C. Richard i Robins, Prof**** the world's- finest colleclion I THEY'RE LOOKING'
of Marine Science at the University of this unusual group olfishes. .
DIAL of Miami's Marine Laboratory on So far some eight species
Virginia Key."Pkaoe including the oarfikh are represcl-
extend our appreciation ed."I 1rl
to Mrs. Kuhn and Mrs. Row-fit have not provided a specific
who collected the fish" Dr. Robbins name for the cre tfl h since this At- I s
wrote The Stuart Newt. lantic population differs from that
"The fish il i now in our research in the Pacific in certain i way. The
i
collections and 1 want to last lime I talked I to Dr. Walters, AHEAD
express my appreciation to those he was of the opinion that the
j who helped in making availablethis Atlantic specimens represented an -, 2J .
specimen.This untiescribed species. All members .
I.
fish is a crest-fMi. Eiimi.ctthttiys of the order have bright red dorsal ..
up., which belongs to an fins but the crestfinh i it unique in

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a 191 Reprinting Rare Florida Ss.


Y Books. in Special Series / er ..


The University of Florida- Press The Quadricentenntal Editions! ARE YOU?
has announced that reprints of ,are Jean Ribauli'a "The Whole and .

a ...then dial the twetve rare books concerning thehistory True Discoueryr of Terra Florida.
of Florida were releasedfor
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ty from yours.Ye0 Facsimile. and Reprint and Louisiana in III+"", Youngster Will/! !tie Ready For ''1T..!o... .
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Parker SchoolRegistration I I nit SAVINGS AHO LOAN


Is ASS O.OF MARTIN CO.U.S.
dial direct and get the Through Friday i t .

service at the low station-, Teachers a< Julian D. ParkerElemtaury I
taatest .
School hare asked thai
.
to-station rate For complete pare*** please -a4. la buy school

dialing information consult I timer supplic awed nasal of they thesr bam chiU'i. the cfos par- SOUTH OF COL OKADO AVENUE?

directory. I ftDart *tm mm nt Mil lUgistrtiiiM for Magrede seer
your,telephone VWi M ta"."M sV h Sl *"fW"F bat dents entering Patter tienKWUry Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
UMM Ira ..... Toe a* wig coMinue through Fndaf .,
III We a MrtD atidMt. tot tau .. 9 aajt. t add I S ,..... I ill
\ sell I fauat at* yaor IBM M .a atatai the trmctftfi e/fioe Parents are Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to S p.Jn.
Southern reminded dui they m required

-c-.,lid :II f.k ....-MTfcBB.... -aoaa ideal Ii I to twin gwdtfee.ecrtrfica a eery wben. .f their tfce.cUdiregittarH chiWs Yi Closed Saturday CTUAIT, fLO"'D8' Adf tkl aita(1 it 1 III.{



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, t-CTHE STUART (TU.) NEWS Thursday, Angus! 27, 1964


f. -. Organizations Directory I Name School Bus Routes I Directory of Churches



CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Caaat Guard Aualllary COMMUNITY-Jeaaaa Beach,
Alcaaallu Aaaayamm Martin County Board of Public eurant turning at Jensen Cut-Of to ALA, North to and Senior High WBV MBWTOM M TWill'
rct..r Oat Begins at Booker ...
Wd Sit fcftx.i. B. Oommanlty Ckarab At*. Bide U.s. lt Sunday Bohool and Wan
Instruction has doti ignated the Rd., return South via No. I Cuthbert'i (Beau Park School, thence uhi- Serrfee

" Radio Emargancy Can Coaty Cusaulsulo.CbalrnuuFrunb following driven and bu. route turning right on Hwy No. 76. return on U.s. No. 1 JanlW
10
._ No.
Ra. Port
; f.M ;:; :i4=r < Tuaa.. *:I A.* .Wnrkand4th ... ... for the term which opens Moo- to Martin County Senior High St t Corl Ave, turning Maya Hw. 1 Wet 1 .PEOPLES. MATMABb OOMCREGATIONAL A. M&LB -JnptterBV

., .I KaaaH LarMta. ** M. C Beard el Zsol.g Adjuttmenl day Aug. 31: School return on Hwy. No. 76 over to Pa 11 .rell to Bke. 54i am: Baity Worablp

\ jCarl J. KlaoaTil Craln.au *nd Moade* Route 1 I. Bui 43 Clara Gideon to Colorado Ave. crossing FEC South to Eldorado AlA turning light to Hw. Ills.55 .a.CbieK.. Menriw MoolU __hi. Hanorfrtartac
Tm.. bam lid Tkun. T I* PH. Cnrtbua o DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512
pab ** Elementary: Sum at Jenten Beach Railroad track, thence Eat on E. Julian Parker School via Palm Rd. U.S. both
1 -
Buelnaea A W_'. ChlbrMailtaiH Martfa Ouaty MuaauM CMmteale* South Stuart Jr. ove t No continue Tilt P.m. Teat V.
d& -Lt-I-:: Cs.Irs.sa-Prank B. Heaaritn Elementary School thence Ocean Blvd., to High Beach R. and E. 10 Return on :no. 1 turning kf

Sadutth Tat, aliata, rtrat Matt BaakCoeeaaul : i nee. 7 tIM pm. Oavrtkona on AlA. turning at WSTU Radio i thence East on E Ocean Blvd.. to R S Ocean onto Cove U.. to Carver Gardens tSSEMBLY Of COD-Paba Dtp ALL BAINTS EPISCOTAL. J.aaen Sib I

fark-Nartk _row Sharaa ML C ...1.. aid Zoning CommlaalaaOkalrmaa Station. Returns through Rio turning right on to Palm Beach Blvd. t Stuart High School. Junior-Senior High (Murray High 1EV J J DANIEL. Putor RKV MOBMAM 8. FLUTES

Property Owaera AaaaalaUaarValaea -Jo.eph Oraaal*** thence North on ALA turning Rd., turning left on E. IOth St. Pick ) 1-0: am Sunday SohouiIIit Sunday
up Pine Q is Studentsand Port Salerno. ... Moraine Worahlp T ilt Holy 0._..'
-C. M. Rohrabaorbtteatlnri bid Thar*. 7:.0 i>..., OourthonaeSakoal Cntinu on to 55. .. .. sad I
Point Julian Parker School .
lad Wedneaday at bMMtCaral down Sewall'i Road continue to same route Po Salerno A1AI North ? i*' ... 1. Bible Study Prayer .li. ,
BoardCb.lrutuahJ.r v Lr .>!' ... ... Youtk Servle
School But
SewaU's Point return return to Garage E. Ocean
Garden. CM __doe to Beach 7.as .. BMOa-aliaU W. Day.usuday.1 .
I PrMldenft CdaiuBd Pleala dud Moa. 1 ilo p.O..Kindred Courtaeao North on AlA to St. Lucie County Route No. 10, Bus No. 30. to AlA. Blvd Port to Rd (0a. Su E .n. ? .. holy Co.ssnIo
*ST BAPTIST Akraa AveaueRKV.
)at ... .... hone Sl. Een. 00 Tbac.duii ComamalMPint
I Canty Court Tew ef Sewll ''., Lint and return to Jeoien Cutoff Martha Gulden Elementary and Pioneer Class School on Garage. rOKEEST. WATKINS Tutu ( Tu'do leusllun Itanlw)

Frahldef$ AaaecnttfoaPraaldm ify .-.f. M>Mutlr| Road (Highway 707)) (thence to Junior and Senior High; Begins at Rd. Retur same route back to FrIdayS .. SnIp -. ..
*-Oolanel O. Y. Settaa lad Wed. I .... T.. MuM SchooL Machine continue I Route No. 104, Bus No. 26 Sunday
Jensen Beach Scott Shop.
Maala .. callCardan BI. Garage. SI: a.m, Worahlp Service Ualty 0..10.704 S. FIfth Port Ptar-
- - - North Hwy. No. 76 Lrl Hamds. Elementary a... luaday SeaoMlllO lIlt. a.n. rbnnh io.d.y
on turning No.
2 35 Jean Ludlum 20 Bus No.
Rout Bus 41 :
I
Club af Stuart POLITICAL Rt I High: .... Moralnf tilt P.*. drum w m Wdalda
PraldenMra.. Jokn W ..sa.v ORGANIZATIONS Junior nip: Begins two ((2)) miles right on to Monterey Rd., continue MCAlser. Elementary and an S Bgin I, lisa p. TraInIng W0bl

t. Ind Moa. 14* ,... Womaa Cl>* 'Rapubllous Club .t ... Cuvuty West of Arundel Shops goesto to U.S. No. 1 I. turning right Junior : Begin in I West of U.s 1, I ".P.B..E..nlni Wonbl LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
Nlbhwua, Park 0'doe PritId.at.-.Ja.oau B. WuIio.Bupatblluas South Indian Ave. Travel Indian Smor Hah I Bridge Rd. left (North) on Wadnaaday (A.arkua Link.,., .
pt Prealdant' -Sal Maiullo Wuusau Club .. .. c Shop turns right goes two ((2) ( ) to Iniatn. Cl'0. Indiantown I to ALA to Gardens Junior III* ,.. Mld-wwk' Prayer Barrio W. PrIm. V5.t. Plod., Tins ..

b tat '.*. 1i ill p._ Tint' MaUonal Bank Priuid.nt-W. Araol" (iauutr miles returns and continues around Ave., to Sunrine Inn turning i Nor 0 Hwy. Senior Ce PALM CITY l4flSY-41b at MeCardMKNET JL .IP" TUTORS

1oKtb..._ Ov* Club 4tk Tuaa, I ,... TInt National Bank the Loop Road lo Murphy Road to North (left) on to St. Lucia Blvd. I No. 76 to Hwy No over to Pick(Murray High) Port T.TVI. Tutor ,II .. Baaday BekooL

: ._I..I-G.. Imltb M.Co Danwarati Eaaauttv. Cwnatltt Lighthouse Point returns via Mur- to E. Ocean Blvd.. to Palm Beach I return to Hwy. No. Ser up Elementary Stu- .. School laths .. Wonkla -r.lo*
MAC Fa. ..
I ilk I Chairman.. .... continue North to E. .
: .
pak T. Murray Iil.MOuD Rd. to E. 10th SL to Julian Par d. Worabb
Roid. turn. left Highway South on No. lomln .
J.e..lt.-*iarda* .. Clair phy on 708. Elementary School. Pick I. p.. Unloa H I SOUTHERN METH MISSIONHOLY
I' PuI4.atlrs.leaeea Beack Caraaa CaUIn Club Wllba I1,' an liiiBRLIGIOUS 14. continues acrowi Palm City ker School return to E. Ocean cross over U. No. I to Hobo Su up 7..p...E...... Worahlp IM.ottn I., H.b. d.o.d ChrIs')

: Ird -- - - Blvd., to Stuart Junior High. return Sound Sho Sent. return sam til Won..d.- Midweek 11kV. t.iL'.iti.Ea a1.NNErT,
Wad. S J.
A.fJ p.s- B Wanna I dabfeaeaa Bridge turns left off Highway 714 Sbl ret to U.S. No. route Junior 7'U .... Soui 5nmvIsI.

Bearb w_..'* AaiaolaHiBPre.IJer.t OROANIZATIOrfS to Old Taylor Road. continue to to E. Ocean Blvd., crossing 1 1. Non t Stuart Junior Senior Caer .t. .". .... Eo.nuug wurebip
-Mr. Maria Millar Girl.* Friandly, Soalaty ftC railroad tracks at Colorado High School (Murray FIRST BAPrIIT-P.5 .
over High .
U. S. I South U. S. Ocean Blvd.
": J \e.... $.. Sit 191 Clubhoat Uadw Mm. Jaek Whltlaar turning on I. High). 0. C. TAVLOB, PaatotIUI CROSS CATHOUC-. ...
: Krl. I p.., S( Mary CaunbSt. to Colorado Ave., turning right Ave. Continue to Hwy. No. Colorado Ave, to Hwy. No. 76 lunday a.h' .' IL lAVISH FENRCMdousndwdupu.
,..,. W_.'. Club ..
!:: F1. Praaldeat-Mr*. Our Cromwell. Joaaph Guild off Colorado Ave. to 7th St. to 76 to Martin County Senior High to Martin County Senior High. LKU1L ADtrRTIOUMENTCAUL ; tliOO .-..Moraine 010tt .onhl 1.40 Flint Pt4

lad Moa. I f... Womaa* Club PraaMm Mra. Cdvard ElnMlla AlA turning South on AlA! to Return same route to School Bus Return to School Bus Garage via .: p.m..Ivenlnf Wnhlp duO, 0. P.". Cotfuuio.s J. Mu....
lat Hun.. I p m, ftaboolSt. wont (OU'T OF .
S Martla Omty Aadabon laatety Beard Eldorado Heights thence Northon Garage. same route IJ CIRClIIT hIlt t.. P-m. Wedae.dar Pray.must.IRIS.
ST.
( MARTS EPISCOPAL
:: Ird MOB. Ipm.. Jida* Clont*' .ff w* Pmldaut. Jaaapk. -li.Holy RoimarlaThura. Nam. 8oay| I Palm Beach Road to East 10thSL Route No. 11, Bus No. 37, Ele. Route No. 21, Bus No. 18, 10 H.- MARTIN'tEtil lhl,I Clots _\10".I Eait 0... Boul.... Stuart

U Co Au..cIuuIus I., M..taI H..ItPr..kluuttZ.V. bafw lad I.., I pm, Skl to Julian Parker School. returnto mentary and Junior and Senior George Osborn : Begins rl.IP'. RIO BAPTIST THK RKV ,AKTHUR 4. 8M1TH diatom
i: VO.14_ _8DIra.dII Elementar .. __ ..No. &. JAO" FRNANDE Sunday 1 St a m. Holy CurkuHit,
lad Tall., ... T>. Boat - - - East 10th St., turning left on High Begins at School Bus Garage at Po MRUI 1.1451(1. .," ," 5,110 an, Murals Prayer II BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA I thence AlA ElerlJ PlainhIft I Irdl Holy Bu.hartrit (tInt 4tb and
to Highway con School. Salerno 11:00 Mornlnl Wor.hlpI
East Ocean Boulevard Stuart
'. M. C. Ckaptar. Amarleaa Caaaar Sriaty ITUAitT to 'I. f ....Tr.it.ln. Unkm Ithl ; ttt: .... Sunday School|
Coalrman-Mallory Johnaoa Tree .-oovtmatr. Robert Pe k Junor High School return to Georgia tinue South on U.S. No. 1 to South to Honeshoe PomL Pick up E. LA8HKI. f Ul ..l.enln. Wornhlpti4t II :(19 "I. Holy Eaoh.H.t (!.' and

Martla Mamarlal HoapHal AaalllaryPraaldant Wed, 7 ID p.m.. American Lailoa HaU Avenue and the School Bus Coral Gardens. Return North on students Horseshoe Poll Defrndnnt1OTICB p.m..Wo._ Prayer Mustang 'rd. Ita): Moniln. tropic (Ind andThur.d.y
OP
[ viciiy. niT Otbi.
I.. ...-Flrat Mra, Cart National Otto Baak Tb Ship.401.-Advi.. T p.m. MaUt., karl Churrh., Oily Albany ,t Oarage U.s. No. I turning left on to Mon. return to Por Schl T: f31Hil LABWKI[ TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-.T. and Holy Dayil Tilt .,.
Squadraa 444 Klrkhart terey Rd.. to Hwy No. 76. Turn lame :I HI reel LEWIS 'TANCII Paatort and ISIS a m.. Holy feichari.t.
ld.a'. Gardaa Club Thura, 7 pm,, ';,I.toJ'ut Albany: Bt. Route 3, But 34. Elcmenatry and to Martin County '.rX ; York >4S hahoolIldi 8. R continue
?..ald.nt-It.1 N. Cub Pack 4l0-Cahuao.lsr. p, D Sterncl and junior High: Begins at St. right Route No. 101, Bus No. 32 TOO ldln NOTIFIED a.a. BombS Warship a.m. dondsys.EPISCOPAL .
L tat Tua*.. lilt pm, o-.t A... Bid*. 4th 76 Senior High. Return to Hwy. 76 I James that a ( fur Mvorcs liu 1.4 pjn. Training Union
Cub -k c'i. :!.F.8c Koaan Lucie Canal Locks to Highway Hal. Elementry. Junior been fund and you ...Innim Woraalpli CHURCH OF THE BLESSEB
Mania County Ratardad, Cklldraap luau.pr.uId.niks Last Mon. hiM ,... Yavtk CenUrJENSEN continue North on Highway 76 crossing U.S. No. 1 to Colorado and : Begins Jensen ar* rque.ted : .T a lopy of ...W.. Midweek PnyorDUIVKLIN SACRAMENT-344 ChInk St, UdiaaUw
Bvi .rtIrdTkum. Ave crossing FEC railroad tracks your knawr wren di' sty, W. THOMAS LOUCKSI
Tight West Salerno Beach, AlA Hwy at St Lucia : MEM BAPTIST-UdTatowaKEV.
1tIu. Com Urn,tit Nat BEACH turning on rona to atiith upon plain It ... Chunk Bhaol
cttft
.fj. Natlanal Soaratarwa A.aaalatla Troop 401-tkeulaiaatar. J. O Lonkado Road (formerly Snake Road), continue on to East Ocean Blvd, to Stuart County Line thence South on llfr ,.. Houk t>. o .. .TED Sunday U>TTlti SclioolliiOO I itt p... Holy XucharUt

Pr..k1uat.-M. 8.11.. Ana Llndaay Wed. 7tip pm Community Hall West Jr. High. Continue on E. Ocean Al I A to .'. Box ITU I'.rt Florid. and fits ..
Cub Pack 401-Cubmaalar M, Qnlna 3Vi miles, turn right off Sewal' Point return on Ih* ortjtlnal or writ .Hornlnt Wor.hlptilt CHRIST MEMORIAL .
j. Jnplter lalaalWlnUr
IDa Mon., Comm, of lot attica Blvd. turning right on to Palm .. Trmlnlnl. UnloalltO
dIM Wad, I "". Community Hall, Salerno Road, continue 2V4 miles AlA to on to tan deform* to : Complaint, In ( samoa oily. III... U ApriLt
1: ,.. Cardan Club Cub faak 40S-tiuhmaatw. O.ShIp... tile Beach Rd. to E. 10th St. to Julian Io. U.S. th,. office of l<*
City ilk Lailoa to the area 01 John' Residence I Bake No. 1. Northon cult Til* t. Wed. Midweek Ser.lc
Praaldant-rMlia Mabal Plunay Wed. 1.10 pm. Mall : Parker School. Return same routeto R. oer COI.t Ilu.ra Florid. on o" CHURCH OF COD- .. ..
lad Thura. til. ... Cl.la CaBta "" return to Went Salerno Road continue School to Britt Rd, backto b.tor. Iltb Ipl.mbr. IT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Cut I'St.CSV. RKV. KVERSTT MOMs
: SERVICE CLUB Bus Garage. U.S. No. 1 South "f JAN JANUblLVVSKI. ..
East crotaing U.S. I to East I. on U.S. It Ot Sunday Schow
'alm Clay Cl 1. Orfanlaatlaa; CMtan' Club al, Btuart ,. Elementary Route No. 12, Bus No. 23 1 to Casa N. rot FAIL TO DO Jndic. Week day.I MOB "r*rk .,ilt| UlOt, a.m. Momln. WorHlp
Pld.A..d, Cillnlakllad .do.AU'OD. Hu.to. Salerno Road to Port Salerno Lmb Railroad Cl'0' most DxfHult will taken Saturday lilt). I f It Ev.nlrc
:
; TH*. Clrla Cantor Wed, II aoon Tfwahout BaeUaraB School. Return to East Maudie Harrison Elementary and ing, to 7th E, Stuart Elementary .aa-alnit In th you for I th, rallef d.mand. Oonieaelonll Saturday MM Thunder filt. p p.m.m Wud.i roam Wrahlp rwpW
; .. .. Gardan Cl. A. latao Junior :Iigh. Begins in Indian- Complnlnt r.'o fIrst Frd.. of mouth 44* t* XndaaM*
aa School. .
Indlantawa Klwanl CUb Sulerno Road, continue East. creating Return to AlA : lNI AM OHnbRRD at Htunrt ad I lilt .
rraaldanv tto*. J. W. MaraoaMl "..... town thence to Warfield Highway South County lIla 191k II I .
-'Jajiiaa Mine FEC Railroad turning left on on ALA to Port Salerno; 'lo.ld. IT. CHURCH OP THE GOOD 'HUHUDJuplloI'
koma CATI4OUC-
I .
Moa. P-m of 1 CHRISTOPHER'S
Wed. lid P-m, Mamlnol. laaJenaa North to FEC railroad. 16 miles to Carver' Gardens do Auyuat
fort s.ia.. Clvk Aaaaatatiaa A1A continue North"turning right to Dairy return to Warfield Junlor-no rxjuOTHr npncB ..d ,It Baudayt BCV BLMEB L ALLEN
Hwy.,
Beaak Llaaa
Club CLERIC
*
>Id.Wlllt.or Baaaoalot ... on Palm Beach Road turn left on High School ( ) 0. 'iI l'cr litt .. Holy Commanloa
Tbur. Ipm., Cl la Cantar -llii Phmldtlutird i and Warfield School. Ey FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN It.itt .. ....
Pariah
turn Iar_
Wed.. I ilk p.m, .,..... East Ocean' Boulevard continue same route with Elementary CaulfIsId. .
0.0 .
.
lid n. t Swlala JUIblt.
p.up.r Route 13 No. 27 1.0 ...
I No. But Students T C. TiTa. 0.10 and SoaooL
Jupiter-Hob Pound KIwuJ ClubFraaldent to Stuart Junior High School. return to E. .
Stua \
Pal Balara Clvtt Dafana* Wayne Page Elementary: Begins Element Atlornoy Cur PlaIstIff a.m, 11coulog"ho JENSEN BEACH CONMUI'IITY
,...... lid Tvia da lilt >ja.Rla Moa I p.-.Bobert, Juplur Harp Lit*. MarbM to Georgia Avenue to School at Chuck Wagon Restaurant on thence to p. o, iuo" 1114 stOO n.m. 0.4.1 Toitluulal Ms.tbn Sk II.. Drt, J.._ es-N.h
I' Bus Oarige Route No.. 102. Bus No. 17 StasiS Florida BOOB. III FUUJM A. Hoare, .
*
dvta Club5uul4.nbJsck Shamafr Rotary Club af ItamutPr.oI.kntDr. 'US. No. 1 I. thence South turning Marion Junior I'ubH hug. 17. .pt.. 10. 1?. 1114IV thrvuih tnt, tilt ..- 5.11 ::. "nz.JI.DI'. (
Clubhoua % Ronald K Alllaoa Route 4. Bus 36, Paul Browning on to Bridge Rd. crotaing FEC Hunt Element. 10'. ... 1.li and IT s.u.1.4lnrutnm'Wursblp
;. .5 ura WaO. 11U .... Trade WI... Elementary and Junior and Senior and : of t Tim CIRCUIT cot NT or TUB 4:55 p.m. Youth Pbdipwhh.
_'. Club railroad tracks to Jupiter Island CHURCH OF CHRIST->3S Fete Bab.MBJtUCB ..
W
NIV1H 5110
Ituart Sloan Klwaal Club U.S. No. I in Hobo Sound JlltUltl I HUll IN Wsdu.uudmy. Ynull, ClIo"
Praa.Mra. Camallua R. Tn4arwafxd ..I..b_ High: Begins at Kobe Hills con- turning South on Gomez Rd. con. cl. Ann .UI MAHTIM GOBBKLL Mtatoter Is.. P.. W._.... 5suIor ChaIr
Wa4W I lit P m, Cluk. BuMufTababum lr. .H.. Ha4al HlpaaaThura tinuei South on U. S. 1 I. turning over U.S. No. I to Bridge to STATE n. FIONIUA. 'UIKTI. Sunday ,.GO ,... 'tlo..d... 11"11 i-trips
lllll ,
Towu Jlos.aStuart
P tinue 5.1 miles to 00
,..chthi return BridgeRd. AlA continue North 1.1 ( no. StWM 10 *.Satan Itudr
Card** Orat left at overpays on to AlA. on AlA to MARILLA'HUII.I. 1140 Wanhlp tad Coamulo JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Brirt Haadl
Kobe Sound School. Return
Hiaiapper ftquar Dane dub to .
Eobart 3. a.. Gomez u PINCAN1 Sundayp.m.. .
huIrauuu-Mri. Return same route with rt. f p. KvMiInc W raklp studs
Continue North AlA.
ldenI-GU. BoueeTkun on croumg :
bomaaCHAMBERS to AlA to U.S. No. 1 Southto Meeduy..5 tit i 'd
:W, lat Wod. !a-m students ... W.da.uday p
YouU to Dunbar School.
I viuts.PicutrI
Pick
_
pm
.nu over FEC Railroad at Bridge Road Hobe Hills return North on School FRANII W. (MUFFIN. V a. p.-. MIdwoal Bibl 55.4. Tbareiar-i..lllrr.: chool| till
students
High West of
up
continue Sound (
to Kobe
Of COMMERCE CrossingS
THE CHURCH OP GOD-Flash.
U.S. No. 1 to Libby's return
Llont !
: flab d.o.dpcs.kluuDr. ClubPr.uldunt'.EhI.wortb School return to AlA continue U.S. No. t, thence to U.S. No. 1, Dtutd.nii. asv. REDEEMER LUTHERAN OMM Bid,
Iubuurbuaoblodicb .South U.S. No. 1 to Poincmnna P5)11 1u. 1..PIJ
William MrartM on BkV DONALD
ORDER IViC* K. 8OnROIDIB
::: .. a'.m, Commualtr Ceateraaa Wed, f ,... Iowa Maw North turning left on to West Indian Gardens continue to Hobe continue Nol turning right on to IrR'l'O'NT\C'1 11,05, a... I..d..''' Wor.hlp Il5 .. 8..d. i-keel Pubis Stub
Stuart U. S. 1 Cove Rd. Gardens Juni (05100 I. Apprarl 111$ EnsuIng lots. .. Wmklp Barri
SoreaUmUt ClubI'r.ulduniLouhua Avenue continue to 'arer pm. **
Beaab los.ciIdoub.r.th thence AlA J South
the\ < Penhcr Millar Intersection Heights, to to or-Senior High (Murray High), return : wRote TUI tATI tIN .LRIDA 1110 P.M. IUM, .p"b.u..| THE PiNts
continue
? turning right LVTHtXAM-
ihun Graham't TO: IJMRIST
: lit aoun Railroad Crossing, return Tit* p.m. Tbur, V P *. .
porJ lad Man., dlnMtora. I pawPwt Ird Tkun. aeon. I.r.HL. Club North on 13. S. ]I turning on Mon. to AlA continue South to to AlA continue North to I Franeli W Orlffln. Karl T. Olbaraon THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST.I tE'TH PJOKN8OH, Paaloi

: tl SXeraaPralilen 't.." Juy.Pciald.iitlJhsb_ terey Road to Highway 76 intersection Stuart Elementary. Ret to and, Loula.. dlaeraon, bu.b.nd.n F lm City) t,Ot ... Chunk ehoal
: *->-C. 0. 81..... Bridge Rd. to Hobo Sound School. Sound .If. whn. r..ld.n. addrou te..ll. tttt ... paator. Claaa
.
14 Ib... I ,.. rtrakoaa* Pryor turning toft continue Weston Route No. 14, Bus No. 39 U.S. I. .n, ,. WIno, 11,00 Bchoal 11.50, a.m. Koralap WanhtpIt .
: limo4
hill fink PopeVETERANS
.
...tLro PrtauLav-M. pm Highway 74 to Martin County :Thomas lord. Elementary anJJunoir ,I Route No. 103 But No. 40 wife CaUwrln Rlvr* *d."II", Jiu.band I a dlaaolvd aJid lljtt" a.,..to Moralnf I pro.Wonhrp W.a .Jk/. WOMa FOIST"ODIS'f-1 Cu&.s4".

B.....) KelaOB.la ORQANIZATIONBAmaHaan Senior High School return to Highway and Senior Turner Gary Elementary Juno Florida Carl T Y,llowchlpKOBE &II.V. ALLAM R. STUART
High: Bugles at "o.por.lo"
inure. I Illburu.on .. : 5:45: .. M.rutsp ...10.
Laclaa Janaa BaaakI .Id."c. SOUND "N
76 continue North METHODIS1UMAItl.
ad.
.. Merekmt Bl .or..tJf't.: U. S. I to Colorado Avenue crossing and Win, a* ..ur.l"i"n4 connnunlly Bide I 11:01: a.nu Hornlai Wanhlp
-P\UI>> Bemeek4tk | lid miles out thence to Hwy. No. 76, Ada BKV CHAKLK8 O. BtNMtTT. fxUU hIss
r.I. Chamber luihdiSt'ladaibs. Railroad Ocean I* T5114 lait ownttlnsr.sn d di 440 p.m. Youth fawmahlptTRINirr
Taura Btaar! FEC to test e'OVITT .nsnma' pm. Hlndiy School
- Antatfeaa Lailoa, StuartCommandar to Palm City School thence to 51 AOl welt lURTI ror"tutor. and slatutory 'ru.t... .t TiEs .... WanklpADtFHIIIUKMIi.'VT i-mIs.
oV Ti. '-" i lad aad ilk rri. S :'.. t. MuM to Georgia Avenue to School But eglv.ve 1_ Ida corporatIon Earl H. Chambiirlain KEV NEIL .UW8ALUB
2a'' 'I 12th St, back to IN ItiDiB314TATIII PKOBA1I Jo and lllldrrd, Hill Chamberlain, *>4I a.m. Vaaday feboJ
Moar lad Ill Amarfaaa La.loa, ladlaatmra Oarage. Ilt"L IliOt ...
cross Palm City Bridge to Hwy. OF "band and whoa* rnldnriaddnu. Worahlp Banla*
Ird Ion.. ffM.. Flnt MaUmul >*aakkaak _.. -Jim Ilicby4ta I I. Cis.j'y ( III' .... :... .
But 24. HarrlJtoii UNDA NORrUS, f' ) CliltilT ( 0151? or ThIN W. 1.1 sal
tbII Walla* La n* .. Ipm. Route 9. Tawey > No. 76 continue West on Hwy. H list. .roa, :0 a Il TIN, .,")IU U. ('IstI'til' 51 5.4 'Dd..

Frealdaa*-Ckarkm Kindred ... Lailaa Aualllary Jaaaa laaabPraaldant Elementary and Junior High: No. 76 to Martin County Senior NOTION FIIIJ"VrT TIOW and"o7 AN" NICK M55l1'lO '.
Iti 'fat ,tL t .. I.. 101.. 101kJs. i 0. Tha unknown hu.band ..0.1. OYEOU dYNE!?
-Mr*. kmma Suyan Begins near Warfleld School.thenceto .Ir. TtTH 455'' Fl.olslsus MET5sOD31 .
High, return Hwy No. 76 to .OR .
on .
UIN'HARVI
\II '..4II... Ipm.Amarlaaa a the can may bi, of any e'HSNCPLIII ari D. II. 1410115' JI,
: *.tla Club Fox Brown Road return to i Colorado Ave, crossing FEC rail i Kotlrw I hcr elves that I rae of ten natural pemon who 4. 1Dt.a0lU..( a.m. Buaday hsh.oI
A Toaa, *). MMiarf Tuta Oeta Lacloa AuallUvr Slwart : : : arir tea INNli1 I itt N
Warfield School thence to West road to E Ocean Blvd to Stuart t have tiled ) return-* I.statrl5 .- part; defendant to this cauaeland j'lalnlrr. .a.m. ralo Worahlp
n I jason BalirUh Club Pr.uhl.itt-Mnu. Tharaaa Brawalnd4ta of of Linda II .tw W" "1""'' .. .
rait4ea_W. B. Bradley Mon. Ipm, Laawa Mid Farm Road and back to Warfield Junior High School and School Nurrla, deceaird; that 1 have filed All u..klo.n partial rlalmlnit BOLT HIUjMAN ** d 1 Wot emoa10 >4i sm.CtlS

1.I ". t *. anaral BMetm Marti County Barraoka W.wJ Vataraa School thence to Port Mayacya Bus Garage. my t'.Uton for !Plitrlhutlon and Internal thru.h *r aoalnat any ANNA HILAN. hus ,,,
CIl Wtd' or either of named L"pfnn- ... Prs.u
tot al.BH Ssnlus
Ird dltMlora hub ;Bk.rWEMENI < that o* .Id
!= lit-lrd Coiuusu.Iuo-PbEilp Pat, t. fl. Cvmmaallr A Klra* Otatar via Highway 76 return to StLucie Route No. 15, Bus No. 31. ri.pt.mbr 1. ld apply t* dant .. llra, .vi..... l I.(.t*.. bad ,11. D.fnefisntu. SJ' ''., 110.. of ht.w.r4. (..
fritter Park and return to tam Honorable h"\ Trww.hrld .rant***, *urgus*or. loral rrpreaentatlv ORoma """ TIIu. .11 mouls.
ORQANIZATIONtJaoaa Martin County Bairaak Auallavy Regis Flagler, Elementary: Begins ** cirrult .t. NInth **, as.iwusaP' truitata. lion )'I'RICTI"I
: BMcb Flrmaaa. AaalUarr ... ._Mra. Hulk N. HaUUtlrd Warflcld- SChOOL at Chuck Wagon Restaurant on judlilal Circuit salt,.. r.puditoro or otherwlae. clalnikntit .Neil.IIRI''.f. SOUTHUN .ItTHODIST-ft &I..ui

(l>raUat Maadar. Mra t,.Marl.. PrafUtrt m. I *.. aid Com, Ckarak Route No. tS, Bus No. 33 Phyllis U.S. No. t I. thence South on U.s. b th.*oauiia County of the dl.q".ltlc1I.. .of FROSt 1A TO 1KM: tATI FLORI'Rody aav.5.51, V...H.Icruhlp.N'GHT' SarI Ja.
,
v......'. Cauncll of Martin County Slay Elementary Junior and Sen. No. 1 to Palm Beach County Line, tin County, Florida: ," approval: .1t10nlno.t parti.* lnin. or .. and Anna Hlm.n, 50t45 .. Pu.duv PrbusI
,__ ataaak ValuBlar r. Dspiis.isl tkalrman John W. ".11., :I 1.11. I,II ... Posunib
miles aid! final ratume for any till* whom and .
lor
..... -Jack Adilrtuaan lcd Man, t ,.... SUart Lmloa Heart High: Begins three ((3)) cross FEC railroad. continue West ef l>l trlbutlon and for :! ortlltcnilnt In Ohm folluwlna, d.nrrlb> unknown,n. ..r. Till p.. Iv.n.. ..

I P-m, ". .. V.F.W. StuartOammiutdarJobn Writ of Jmliuntown to Warfield thru Jupiter-in-the-Pmes and Tropic cliaric a* *>eontrl,, of h Ir.Pd of .d r,al prnpsrtl altuate In Martin ajid. to: W-..
Linda H Norris ,- County, Florida All ,unknown partlaa claiming- In. .at. .. .. MbuIu.zy
76. i-lisP.
kurt Salara Flramaa'arraaldana Aoa.1IIarp School, continue to Hwy N Vista
Sub-divUions return to '
M hot .. ..
Murray
MITilfcU t rat ,
by
RAH 14Itn: i Ihrounh or -alnat
any
Than-,Mary Imt CataaaaIrd .., mbMW ID"..' n... Guiana OaU BnudlacCamma turning Last off High Level U.S. No. 1, continue North to I>:x*. Tilt ... rray. Moatla

vw tadlamloanu Bridie continue to Backus Plantation Hr>ha Sound Oementurv Lhoul. n H Norrl qntusaud. tIn,, of North % of tIn North. fomfania a* heIrs. devlM. lvat***, I
Port Satom Valuaioar Fir p< .iHmnitFtATUINAL -- -- wat .. of KnuthweatUuarter ... FIRST M&THODIST-a..Jho._
: II, 10, 17, lit tJ..rtn .iuv..ors, legal rn
r.ulds.b-auats1 "011.. <*r--Joaaiih W. PrMto Road making triangle Root.No.i6,--iius No. 42, Pb. : _vf_atmtlon 4. _TnwnahlpII :entatlv**. aaalcnem Iruntoee, I li r:nora EkV. GEORGe 1. MaOURMiCE
a.",. T- ... I.... Iii. .. .aat Muss thence return to Hwy C76 continue Rachel Senior Houth. Kane II ,1.1 and creditor or ut'bsrwlsi claim'' ti4t ... Buaday Boka.
Baker High: Begins raIN emit ..
- -- ST ( OrHT ft* TKK containing 1) santa or .ante II,01 tI""tae W.
OHOANIIATIONI VJT.W. AualUary StuartCvmmandar.Mra. North to Martin County Sr. 'In Indiantown, picking up student II.IU.Tt "UU'UL' rUIn '' I" laaa, acrordlnir t* tha.follow.In and to ... .. "'IF

Mauls Oo.t.-u. ef IMdelarMaala ,Jmnw Sniltklatlrd High School continue North to West of Bridge cross bridge turnIng NON 5455110 f"11. met.. and Dounda to-wlt All saks.wn p.".. having o. Jilt: pm.: K,Mtor WmkvJ
'ld Iniaei* Wad. Oolda Hat BaUdla p.5ollIlla. u ('H. Htartlna at fouthaa'l core, poutpump elalmlnir to It 50555 Y rliiht. tills p.,, T1umdoy. Jasu. ChoIr
leRI
lad-4mi Moa 1ml .... Ma.oaW TamplaAeaala Hwy. No 76 crowing over U.s. left (North) on Hwy. No. 76 50 InAd"II" North an Baa : or tntoreat In the following: daaerlbwl V,d4 ... Tb.n4.. .. Chow

Maaaala LaaieWoraklpful MISCELLANEOUS No. I to Colorado Ave., eroding continue to Martin County Senior I. 1Uh or8.StoA North***! i-ornar pout: reel tmnrty aitual la Mar rllllT .
,,. .U.\'TUoAN-N.
Writ North ll 111 s. ._
on tIn County. >lorldaiComnin :
Maatar-.CkriatlaB Kalk CM Air P.li.lC'usmuud.rLluuts.unt FEC railroad to B. Ocean Blvd. High thence to Colorado Ave., LJP('f8ROW t h o n .S ] I.t a.trn.Iiht : MALCOLM *
tawird Tkara t Maaeale Tempi t. F. hump ; 1..th..t..I" t favtV Ih. : A. SYDNEY' .t :
to Stuart Jr. High School continuo E. Ocean Blvd. and School Bus I CE/ 10. at Bouthweat.VIal .
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Aaaa MtUer Oral Elk ..,. Tvaadayi Iu: p.m. and C A.4X > .at. of trn numbarS srI ynumor 01 Lot 55 nl the .. B'ndu 'hIt'
praaloa_Mr*. Dorothy Hardy East turning right on Palm Garage. S'HEiLOwN. hilonra, .. on plat of ...m.th.n"\ of <>. Junltr .. S.rabl" _..
Sod "11. .... Elk Lad* Cimmltla *_l |OOSKalrman Beach Rd.. .continue to B. 10th Route No. 17 Bus' No. 21. OB a sontlu ,, atralvht lln.ta 1 i.m.:3da: In Flat I a ia .. Toaag P. NlmklptOMMUNITT
-l Comka rFITER ARTnt'lt \ a point lot..sin Kovthlln llvok I. Pairs NIt, rublla Krrord.
i Beta Hma Phd Sorority Dlraatoa KP.I Fhllhrlak SL to Julian Parker Elementary George Bollam Elementary and 1)1.1, Miipfatllur.MKOs1ysp of aald tract, : thann of him Mh County. Flori PRRS5YTERtj _

Epauaa Zaea CkaptarhraVwarit Ilt W, Ooaaa Blvd, AT t4111Lady School. Return same route to Junior and Senior High: Begins at % dM. k.at to Ui* t af be.pIaOImp. d. now Martin County. Flori 54mb. hound
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J01'lna' ;. da; thence run .uthw..'."), .'
H t. Abbott .
Mr* CIoII. Aaaaalalwafra.l4.nl Geotgla Ave. and School bus ga 5l5 Pt HI. Ins aHi.:
Bus Garage thence to AlA, North on th* ttfiuthweaterly *itenlon a.ah *
lat-lrd Tkun S. p.m., borne Bill Martaallt I rage. U.S. No. I ni ricTinoiou ADOPTION.TO .. .. "., with pInariau rIghts of Ih* Sleuth lln. of saId Lot I1.! .. Woraklp ttarrlc*
Camia Pkl Ckapaarr.ldontMr aa, SIP M. C,QuIt P Cbry.OmbU on I. turning right on thurutuol. aypu.rtalolsg.Thd.rIDlI"i I*. a dl.t.n.e, of ISO feet to a 5.5 p... Ynols 1'....rp
(.1 *. Jo. I tola, aly Art ClubPraaldant Route No. ?. But No. 29, HarM. AlA. through Rio to Jensen Beach lAVKa.. WESLEY CHF4IROWN point whr aald lln. Intrr- fUt p.m. W.d.1 Adalt.".ta Ckmtai
} ... Tkun I.Ioton pJa kamea : Evan Elementary: Begins tDrlvtr't School. Return on AlA to the Add. tfn trash* WIllmiB-hby: t: That portion of .t. th Waatarly rlvht-of. .
-Mra. L. Aakby Araaoal Ills Muaaman 5)rIui tsp North "4 of tha NorthwaatOuartar way 11am of U M. IllKhway Ply \1N1TAIIIAN FELLOWSHIP
-. *t tk* America Re i am nan Ird .'. tilt ... koma Home (Evans) on Martin Arch turn right going through Indl..pl. Indiana nf tha Houthwaat QuarrVtlloB I. for a point of koKlnnlnvthonr No vu,. P"- i B M* Umtmanlty'ni"V Ce._.

a act-Mis.Tkar bom Mariorl** MomlalM M.rtli Cauaty Pair AaaaOaUaaPraaldankJ Hwy continue on Loop Road S. Jensen Heights Area to AlA. Tom ARK *** \50. ltan I 4 41' "Tnwnahl Kant 'ti.orapartlvularly IIBooth. the* ontlnu f>ouihwateriyon .'U. ._.. '* *Till""* """ ..

MatkaraDeMelay Club W. ..... thence Easton Hwy No. 714 to jack thru Rio to U.s. No. 1 the thai a "'. HERE8)0.1' deacrload a* follow of aalrt hostS outbwnot.rhyuttnsulu lln* nf **ld It Tahoseblp "bent 1. a.sm.-$aodss.PEN1tCo5'f'AL eudNh.

Pnaldm Mre. iaakaoa WrltM4tb lat "0' lilt ,... Atrnaltaral Bid* Palm City School. return to Hwy. South to FEC railroad cross over INN abov AUTHlrt atvtad LA\VRK\rR loiirt W for CHK8.ihs *: II S dlstonns of 1IJ ft to llZI.E-IadI..du.

Mow ta* P-m Meaeole TeaipUMdlaa' Mania Caualy Cult and] Cauakry ChAPraaldaat No. 714 continue around Palm to Flagler Ave. to E Ocean Blvd.. KUVv'N' "jAfMw5 LION CHItS. Fi"nr-th..fvmtdraaald nOioa.y of a point dairee, thane* nm by and.afninety CUhTI. 'KINNE. P._ .

AaalUarr b* ladlaa Brrerfcaaamamant Ed Hl.ba* City Area to Muthcson Dairy return I to Stuart Junior High thence to ; and : aRKUOHy CHI*- North H. run North to lbsIeqrtboa.t srI, a dl.'."* of III foal to ill tme .... 5v.up Sebad
M lcd lilt .... ClubbauaaMartra IIWN. CYNTHIA ANN cornar th. Iu54uy RauoouilnlJ Pusubs
th..h a point; mane by anal of ninety -
Chief Mawlanb fllailya Bnaauui to Palm City Area to St. Julian Parker School \ia Palm : minor by tb* l-tlllon run Wt ilonr .* den-re ran Northeasterly, 1151 .. Wsts.u IIb PtudpG&THSCMANp

Sib TMB t PJ*, lOUT Mall Cauaty. Farm SurmwPrMlHaat Lucia Shores'*to Palm City School. Beach Rd. and E. 10th St. Return and rilkHTKH AUTHOR UAWKkSCK! of aald. North H for a :. .-* on a Una parallel to the Mouth-.
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-Alhr* 1.-. you ar* Pul. to earve a of ItS ft t* a rl.t; .....1" otaaalon of .. Lot CHUIICH W C'HttJIT
ladepaadeal Order at Odd PeOew* l bura Snalaola Route No. 8 Bus No. to Palm Beach Rd. to AlA intersection sot,, of your r ... 01& CltaiStlAN
CII... lad Ion 29..Harold ., .1. .. 4 'H aa ., *, a .'.''0'. or Ills feel t. a a. CHUJlCH
Mekle 0raa4.-LiuIs 5. 515*
Whaled Junior and Senior crossing ItC railroad to *au why said r frm Eat ta ru* point *n the W*,trly rla-hl. s.o.s
u.rutua-4Db O. tiny Martla Caualy Amataur Raala Club not b' :: LLOH 1.
.h.ulo an the t Ih Bnfnt f wlikth ... SIZER J*, _
l>(.|rd Tea, i pm,, JOOP lid .l ra.ld.fl_Bill .. .. High: Begins at School But Garage U.s. No. 1. Continue South turnng for rrlll.4 ** vuta* lies* of lbs ". : .t-I: thnv af ran ir B.Northerly Hta-hway alone NO I too.. a.. di.da n-bIn i-bosh
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ThIrd I ... AT ,... '' I B.R. P. Tkun. MIMIC Bat alone saId
Indian Klvar Eaaampmaat thence to East Ocean Boulevard right on to Monterey RX to ida, and ,. H: run tho. atrlr naht-of-way lln* '"' .
Calaf Pstriacik.-Thorutau.d Wllia I r.I! ill_ orl. In tb Mm.** Una Inra dlatanc of L. < Hixhway No. 1 a i Tiandayt Blbto "
led-etk Taea I ._ LOU" BaaJaaae Martla Caanty Hularlaal lariatyPnaldant turn right (East) continue Hwy. No. 76 Intersection continue wrTw* ar tn. riarn of tho! Circuit i 'h.joln' Sr plan dl.t_. of 161 Is u.. poInt

., -Ralaad MarrvllUl over Indian River Bridge turnIng South on Hwy. No. 76 to ,>4rz' .* *. bafora aaaUmbar 14.HKR1BIV b.glnolsg.'tegoth. .t bglnlning.Subiset Between 1940 and
Bacb >*ar* I club s.d A8iIIot7 Tuaa, lilt P-m rmt Natlaaal Bk.Multlpl M.nn 1960 the
T.llIe .. left on to Sewall'i Point Road County Sni High. Reurn FAIL NOT *r a !>* '. .. with riparian rl.httbarauat 10 Oseemists aDd moytaspi "hite population in large metro

f .Id.-uoor.i] .. PonWreSoa4ta H.Survlusd.Ooit.47..ICSrI Turawlad4U continue North to AlA continue Hwy. Colorado Av. and njmSrv'or'wm ...r.. av rtal. ... et r.no..d. politan cities increased JO per cent

FH. S .., 1. B. Cam bouts ln.i. I anu north on AlA to St. Lucia County 5. Ocean Blvd. to SchOol Bus I _WITNRd my hand and IS. aval Tao isrk ..b' You and) arh *f you ar* hereby to, .SS; the Negro

Oul-W-eUM MaMu* aivlwdfJtCX Paint City Ham* 0.-__ Onb Line return to_Skyline Drive. Outage IblslutbdauAt'i_ iv Florida.laa. ?i .th t .,...a.1..1..1.1.ni.. .. IflodmpaMoi required a's fia.| poor A newer or latttt Increas.J 109 per cent.10
ether to Complaint
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$iau..bsudpruuttl.nl.MPs. Pcmoldunt.-.Mru. BlluWlk PUIaraaa thence to Jermen Cut-Off Road to Route No. 18 Bus. No 19 ls. U; 'f"Kt--- -- yaa of .yea by aa-alnat psO and a each of flled *u- l2,2tt3tjo

at Ckaptar I lat Taut. flit ... Ct m Ooam Legion Heights, Commercial Paul Burns, kmentary: and Junior I'd C't.EI4IC MaNIla .M. "tka avnora) I by Minnie X RiuaelL th* ..:
Harold Btraua ANfl f .
15thIan
.t. of quIrt nalur of whkh w t* ,
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lat-lrd MB t p.s., kame* Palaomaa Kaanm Club St. turning left on AlA. continue and Senior High: Begins at School ( )lJrrT. i:'u" tb* aba** diwnrlbad pnawrty, to lbs abwr* d.*rrllM4 propertyotherwl *.

Cl ckupuurruldut.Mri. rd Wad, Ipm. South to Sewairt Point via Sew thence AlA' 171 Ina., .ttwvwlaa, th* *ilsgutlnu .. eonlalnad **, tho allep-atloaa aa con.talnvdl St UTt notary dub
Call ja 1-1144 for .. tn.t e..t Haalt 14 th* aald will lit th* eels fomolalnt will
Rarold Barter r atfi Point Road crowing E. to uUrr I, tinur.hs to ".: |.|i sill b* t.kois a* n.uf.usi4 by and ba Jakaa a* oBfaaawd by you, and .' Wai. ISHB
ad-4ib Wed, 1* am, boi Part JaUra Ham Damatra dakMaMaaaoMr :
Ocean Blvd. to South Sewsll'aPoint East .mor n,. aril af yes aad tk* acId : wb *f you. tha aald raxae
bdnr ii MaMww for CM *. SUIak N.... Sat will than ptnaaad el will thus it part. aue "|[ tfcRaa.U E. AiIIMe
VTalu Advmor-.Suaea,Cna \ lat Than,. lilt Cut CwtarRIptM return to E. Ocein Blvd. Icf) o Rd. toP l'CILlOq Anwr il. .tn.r klaadln- muss: ...... or .. pi.adlg sautsu bi .
lae-lrd Taea til* fcm, Maaaal Tempi crowing over Indian River Bridge to Elementary !wrl I. p .ID. Si b rar* Ih* 1Mb dar b.10rs Sb. 4. .
Players .1 Martla CauatyPraaldaat ruby 1 that o :' Stll.
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tb. Ork t
Pabm Babekek Stuart Junior High School. returnto 'lil.4i 1I"l b. tirsI.s.4\, th. l4 wllb 1544, wItk CI.m
Nokl Grand Mra. Or*** HaOIl -Jokanl* C. Wiaw. tu AlA. tmin of th,* BM a **py miuat Court sad s ..n.'i Wbuds
4rd Mea. I ... WOf HalBtunrtJaaeea lal-lrd Thar. t .. Uananl Maatlaiaat E. Ocean Blvd., across FEC railroad on Lucia 1 to tNwaty. riorlda.rvnwUoatMtara la .a ,3.. t' mlntlfr ...:Sputa .. PI.I.llft .... or unoa -
Elk Ldm lire Tkir. I .. Baalaan Maatm crowing to Colorado Ave. to cffenon BI. FI'nh af lbs Clunk of Circuit C* tao rt :lbs or tkelf kr attomwra.eoo wIns sri Quabsu.
5. ... .. ( A aDr. *> Otnghtrnn.. P 0. bitt... -
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baited Raiar.-&uri Ii. KaoU St. Loot. UWt Yaabl Club :;
I p.., Maadar eo.--a. HWY. ,No 74 to Martin County continue t Indian Ave back til t It Aid.-,11 *C: 1. tl IS, 'ri.r'"Ho' i iI -1
Bbrln Club Balkan1M Senior High return wme route to AlA North turning oponod a* : TII. 0.. .h. TkU ehalt, b*
UMTt Thar t PJB. Yacht CM .' c"linu albl. for M>. th..t..* W,. t ). I p.bMbd) In in* K'uart Blows a I CITY
Georgia Ave. to School Bus Gmge right to Palm Beach Rd to E. I. utuars.Csut.tj .
txitstf? ii*. T. ** Stout Baanl at Raallar* 0 tfnyf9mn* .iy' <> n.wds.p.r **wap>apr pnbHhod In Btaart
Pli5du suit Cooaly of Martin, FVorKta.
._ Route.N* 9. Bus No 24. HOTtm loth and fircK 5.4* aak IS Yw one COMMISSIONSTUART
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United cT. rra.laVBaBaant Tllloa Juli.Prkr Sh wHra. ., wry wok for four *eaa tau,.
Oauaaalw ..14 Reward lot Tbara t..m. Bloat Catmlloart Dougherty IJcmentarr and Continue to E Bld. **tlfc"M may be aln** a( ;z"5 ,;; .-..
Rub n lara, I P-m, lOOT Mail Stainp PiululyPruaMo.bThus.u Junior aad Senior High. Stuart Junior to .b. atflca W th* Martla Board OioItM, 10.. ANTI RNtREI't .t lit.
i Idaluid Danrkkan e< tb* OM.. Begins at High Ca-nty fommUatoa. e .1 usisl, 5,5. ... tbl* .llet day *f July"
Manna H. B well \ HamaBmr School But Garage thence to AlA Colorado Ant tn, FEC railroad Th Q. af CS.M Ie 1554.
: ro ltd Moa, S P-m. PabU Library No. 76 sIus.n. .. I" ,1kt c. rw" ItECt.JLut llEE1'INQ1M
,turning right (North) continue to to Hwy. to Martin. .. rI tjoROTHY P1F.RCB.

u..iuv wRuts..Mru.d1iai' 0N0.a. Js.h bukutlua .. Tmnrml dubIMrd Ms.. t ..m. Taalk OaamrCholealerol US. No. 1 croaung Rawevelt County Senior High S. Return ;:: : Utb dip o.*. ". C..,:...atMsaI Clrhi Martjii of rwvijty rtraalt, FW Caitrt>r1 route Bus I
left'ow II,
.. aMsuuuls Tusplu'ar Bridge turning k> North a. 1 nr rowlliulN&itM I 1.. i ... PYA3i5tcwrt 11&m4YSs.c
River Drive to Coconut Garage. ) < .
-oWa. Park and ; : 'f1 IT n u., ciirhtl littAl.h:
kveli are high North River Shores thence to Route No. 19. But Not Ni'T' n'trnI'( I OUON nt'olo'TRRl.W OCMHTXttBOV a Har.55
: among A>gt fed oo human food. 31 I WAC1tR1t"L055 a: Wm. A. O.ghtarae.u
Brut Rd, lo U.s. No. I turning Ronald .
J Elementary ., p. t ... 51 Mwyi "
CIU' l.a af compared to ,
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