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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: September 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Corp of Engine-art plan ,
for St. Lucie Intel may be ctt*. '
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Congressman PaulO, Roger hold! I w
a public hearing on Uie, inlet at
10 a.m. Saturday at the court
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County Commission Chairmunj!
Frank Wacha was. notified Tue
day by telegram of the meeting
Both l Roger and Colonel H. ./R, .

\ ..-: '!"IiI ...'I. ''rile VJ Parfitt district engineer of I the
Jacksonville office will tttjtnd.
THESE LOVELY young women, in informal attire above, will be Seated are Shirley Well/barker Daniel, Judy Webb Sherrie Congressman Rogers urged all

New on Folks From The among an expected thirty contestants who will participate In Johnson Theresa Krueger: Rose Leighton and Betsy Nouns.Others persons, particularly bout .
Stuart Jaycees' annual Labor Day Beauty Pageant Monday entered by Monday night were Jill Humbert, Karen Broome to be present at the o"ner"l A'a 9
RamblingReporter Left to right above, standing?. are Pam Anton Judy Denney Mary Jo Fenton and Norma Snyder Entries will be accepted No Indication baa been given
I Celeste Smith Charlotte WakK, Celia Cazort and Linda Utter through 3 p.m. ,Friday, Sept. 4, at Stuart\, Chamber: of Commerce whether the Corps wilt take testimony I
I from the public on conditions -
Regatta at Jensen Beach; Elks Plan Big Barbecue lit the I Inlet 1 If It should the
around
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(1.U\\UrrUJ 'HUM AlKTAL: tightly afire
testimony could I ,have a 'bearing
on the Corp* future policy toward plug in Booker Park, Inhj iauwg..It I I. piece ul a,root that J
the inlcV Colonel Parfllt It u. war blown iOU factftJrt' C
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:.. IIAS ANYONE SKEW( Jaycee e' Beauty Pageant Tops Activities\ peeled to discuss future lulct plow' ". -

t.. MILLIE;, 1'IJE'SPANIW liP in.An some-dctal. liufectkN, of Ihe Inlet' area JaPiYaL; J L111 1: 1 1 1I

''I; Route Mr. and 2, i Stuare Kin.: O.were L. Meyer removing of On List Labor Area by boat,.!It planned following the I "\
for Day Weekend in
'. Cleo'their hurricane departure shutter last Friday following, when ,A nteoung.The meeting, i II a culmination of I Cleo's DaniageAre V"
Commissioner Wacha ,
I efforts by
their blonde cocker spaniel pupaMillie
trotted down tW rood toinspect I A festive Labor Day weekend fint three place in tIIcb. of five Fire\ Department and Auxiliary i ml", ,,whkh: appeared", off the I.*.. and other to get top Corp and I
damages. Millie never will be highlighted with the Jaycee classes Randy Tilton 1 i. chairman will serve barbecue chicken I trench w ard Islandm'Iuesday, it should be Congressional reprewnlitUvei I o Around $1,000,000
came back. Mrs. Mey.n.and the *' Beauty Pageant at 7:30 p.m. of the race committee. fries baked beans, hot dogs, hum- a fun-packed weekend, with' visit the ant fur a fine hand look
grandchildren are very up* L If Monday Sept. 7, in the new air- There will be other event I In burger and coffee at the causeway b laches and picnic spot. luring at the inlet.
you see Millie please notify any conditioned Martin County Senior the afternoon celebration there from 1 to 6 p.m. ii many families for the holiday Al the .lat meeting of the Mur- --- -- Martin County' citrus grove
member of the family. Meyer is High School gymnasium.After and the Jensen Beach Volunteer Barring arrival of Dora Cleo't m larking summer' end. tin County Commission the com* suffered the greatest loss in Hurricane
ton-collector: at the Stuart Sunshine 1M 'local beauties parade, -- -- mission authorized the Corp. ID Judge Cleo\ According: to County"
first in evening and then spend 30,000 la emergency fund" County
State Parkway entrance. gown Agent L. M. Johnson, 50 per cent
II in bathing attire three prominent Damage lo Lines About SWO.HO/I! ) to clear and deepen to six feet a of the grapefruit wa knocked off
out-of-town judges will select Mn channel front the IntracoaMal Waterway
STUART PERFUME Crary Resigns; and sls ill 15 per cent of Iheorange
SL 1.&MJ' J Inlet.
Martin County and Miss Jaycee. to Ihe : *.
ADDS SCENT WEDDING. :TOUlt'TERN Gordon Walsh. will be master The commission agreed lo "Ihe km. could run around
\ CreWs Worked Johnson
of ceremonies. Rapidly to ""..lnul.. the channel after the Urges $300,000," he sld. "Our continues ..
Add odd services ailed of country Miss Martia'County win be conduction! until Mich; a tune a* were 750,000 bout fur this
newspapers. The Stuart News crowned by last year' queen Mm. the channel become a part of a County Judge f"alMl Crary Jr., ..
last week received an airmail request Lynn Mauldin. She will receive specifically authorized project: I '1 .
I to find some vials of orange her crown trophy and a $23 saving Restore Electrical PowerThe Apparently the meeting k i I the resigned a in* Martin tetur County to Governor fudge.. EXTRAS: AVAILABLE
I, blossom perfume. We located bond; also gift certificates donated first step toward making the entire Tuesday a FOR MAIU.NU: AWAY
same at Stuart Drug which airmailed by local merchants. She 1 Inkt area to the IntracoaiulWaterway i Facile Bryant.
ten vial to Mn. Robert then will be eligible to represent Florida Power and Light -. --- T __ -- ---- one federal project.; The The test of Judge ("..ry', letter We have available at The Stuart
D. Spencer Midwest Center,OlLt, Martin County in the annual Mis Company didn't wait until CMOwa : i II what he called "tree trouble. said that major damage wa small! St. 1.&Ic'In' III .Itself I I. already a to (governor Bryant I II IM follows New office a supply. of entra
there Aug. 29. In Sarasota in June headed federal but little work : copies of t d4,'* edition which
I for a wedding Florida contest reported this way before He addud, "We aUo had but that there were Insult. project very
fir of 196S. This contest: elect the taking action..It maintenanceand many of minor many Hi. district baa been done sine it became "It ba been my ,privilege and contain: three lull page of hors
FREE: CLEANING JOB girl to represent Florida in theMiss repair crew had been in training case of line breakage caused by cc damage. well a project. pleasure lo serve the clIlI...,. of kane: Cleo! photo*-in addition
FOR TIGER 1UIR America contest. for the likes of her since Ian television antennae falling on, and serve nearly 7,000) meter Of recent month obstructing Martin County for the past. five lo many more on regular. newt
Miss' Jaycee Queen will be selected May. :breaking: the service line lo the There wa no time off for hit rock have been seen and hit by I year and ten month a* county page These paper are available ..
A major oil company advertise from the junior division and John M. Law district house. Television' antennae should staff during the storm everyone boat owner., lending lo uneai Judge. !Because I desire lu devote while they last at the regular
Its gasoline tank.by saying The "Put a tiger of she will reign over various Jaycee of the corporation, said. that manager two be strikes.taken down before a hurricane .working a< long at he could move. ..... that the inlet might become my lull time to the private praoIke > price of 10 cent per copy,
in your manager functions. She will receive her hurricane training periods for even more dangerous than la tho.I'I'L of law I did not run for rejection. or we will address them and mail
a station In Jensen Beach dispensing crown and trophy and a $25 Cost of restoring power In this All of our employe worked their I now deem M in the !best them for you anywhere In the
staff member held each
a competitive brand pastedthe are year. district.. was estimated Law to heart out," be declared "and. I'm offer United State for 15
ings i bond" plus gift To handle the damage by Survey work ha been going on Interest of all concerned fc> cent per
tiger ad on his window and The runners up in both IIV'I Cleo a force of sixty-five wroughtby men be not more than,, 100000. II. I entremcty proud! of them. the last two week at the inlet by my resignation effective Oct I I. CUf')'. 4,
under it wrote.out'of"Free we carburetor. ckan. will receive a trophy and WM on duty This Included twenty the Cor,.. s. this begin' the new fiscal' year r ""'(J' Lt'j
the tiger hair your and i Js the most
office
*, Any girls interested may pick men from other district 'fur the : *
up application from the Chamber Expect Construction Soon convenient. lime. fur a transfer of rear* crop. They have ban re*
fr I A* soon aa reports of damage duress to arounU 600.000.
of Commerce until S p.m. Friday in Disaster Loans the reopomibuiiies. kern( ** ana
began key member of
FRANK FORGOT HIS coming
which is the deadline. finances. Of bOQ/ ( acre of tomatoes JOO(
OWN TV AERIAL A sailing regatta i is planned on I the local staff set about planning The elector of Martin County must be re-ceded. Plaaunis of
Port St. Lucie restoration of power service. $225,000 Permit Issued Made AvailableBy L. are In good shape.! There
Frank DeStefano wa so busy the broad bey at i Men lo petrol the lines Marled ruvmg selected Mallory (peppers
dowa TV '' afternoon. nominee be same future lone frumttanduif
running around taking Saturday JohnMNi' a* Democratic stay
aerials ahead of Cleo that be for. Stuart Jenea Like Lodge on! on that abated job a to* Ihe soon point a* linuswinds where For Publix Market Here GovernmentNoninsurancecovered .without Kepublkaa ofT"1"0 toe water In postures.
of it Colorado Avenue in Stuart will election., I "
got his own. Cleo look care i a man could stand erect Contact the Nwember general The agrteuhural picture eou-
for him.CAnE. hold a ribs-chicken' barbecue for between the various crew and I I respectfully suggest that be be appointed pled with all other. l losses, will push
fr the public from noon to I p-m. on' local headquarters was made by A $225.000 building permit wu and several Ira Miami West Palm bases lo! lo complete ny unetpifed Martin. County: damage' around
WA BORN' Labor Day. I' radio. I Issued lo Publxyuparmageta/ by Beach and Nat lauderdale. home or business in Cleo'! burl term.This wifl allow him' to conduct Ihe SIOOO.OOO mark
DURING GALE Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce By 2:30 Thunday afternoon all the City of Stuart Monday. The store planned for Stuart rkanc path through Florida maybe the affair of this office' front While comparatively minor 4am.sge .
The only baby born }in Martin I i* sponsoring an outboard service was out. Within seven I Comtrisclioa of the new supermarket at etpected w he similar in size. repaired 'by government disaster &the .beginning. of the flint yeaf were wtdespread and' hardly
County on Aug. 27 the day Cleo I marathon race on the north side i hour, or at *:3J p.m. the fist I adjacent lo the StuartSlipping lo the Vcro Beach More.PuMix tan*. and aJ*. give hint adequate| time a home In the cenniy CUM through
passed through wu a daughter of the Jensen Beach Causeway:' area was put back into service. Center, i la expected to oflKlal to dale have The Small Business AJm nNr.- 10 'become acclimated to hi* duties without wrenched aerial. torn
2-A I over a three and one-half mil* Friday evening saw 9O per cent begin' toU It will be located; between not made" a definite announcement don al Washington, O. C. hiss I before the November! trial kiln.I shutters or damage lo landtcap:
(Continued on Page ) course from I pJn. to 2 p.m. on ot the service in operation and Palm CIty Road and Hart' as to management or when designated all.. section*. nil by the 1 I would like to thank you and tag Ihe actual dollar&. *{ tad of Cko'
Labor Day. with trophies for the I IGF.NDUL complete restoration WM accomplished Trader .s..tn. the new store is etpecled to be storm a* a doasler ..... I the membin of your staff for the damages wee mill' compared :
by Sunday, Law reported. One of the largest supermarket apes) for buMnew.V A field office was op.**d. Monday ... and co opera ion j other storms that aavt kit
Tale Twisting I court**** .
L CLOSING Law said that 95 per cent of chime in the IIItI IIo Public I has photo of typical Public morning .fat Room }39 of the past of' ." Moa, were in IU "under $100
JACK JAMES I AH financial institutions& government power line trouble during a storm store at Veto Back Fort Pierce, store pa Pep 2A.commiwioa Miami Port Office. I given lo me and my '_'' II I NIKkei,. ,ami.not daanabl*, aaMryoxn
By offices and general business I .-._.-. krsw Howver_ I.......
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tea rnna c.. or will be closed for the Labor ; .,;stall busy: making esti.MIT .

The but month or so we have Day holiday fU Monday. Cover First Street Municipal Pier and Slips at Chamber on tree and landscaping
v IT' ... which. are Income tM WucContiaued '
lived through! two political convention I
a hurricane. Them Lad Wolfe WealkeriiFj ( oo rail 2-A) :

Ihiag e s I amazing i ia how Rules Studied for Regulating Docks Use in City I. i

much they have : : of f 11,i -- Stay Away

to common both hapeye ;;;. H ,i i ... Rule and regulation governing 1 Chamber of Commerce Dock was could .... a guide dock<<; shaO be kept lean. at *0 I lilt time rf idipt writ not :I ,
U Occtipanle
11IIW. 'They but dualkaow .. IN'. 1 .1.Mar. as. ducking facilitie at the tint banded to the comramion al its Une The letter Monday night wa time The dry of Stuart shod not fat ) add to o* eowjruetaddition ,
where a...... to......... iN w.sk 17evtRS Street Duck and the Chamber of regular meeting Monday ai& the reek be retponuble'" for any of damagesa a.,11WU1C1'* to pier. "Ung or ducks Girl
DOTir
Commerce Dock .bt Stuart The letter en-1''I commissioK sell boats, fire or theft property. .
IIM'Y... headed A Ter.1,1'cti are simply staled thai Whether tie : without perm slue to wrtting bj atb'r .
and white they IKUCT Hlrt A.Y.' grata rM. L.AX.Waist rjtiw ow under way .by the Stuart City; closed were the re and rgulatione > slept the mice a* let dow* .by Chamber of Commerce Dock: the city !dtnnn Dtirs fmqilt lit 11
CCaae "which Crowder to be .. Below (I)The Oty *t Stuart" thaI not be I JO
are a* pwifrea*. .. .11u5r ttef ittfta you wWi to dhow :I remain ** work sad any boat .she acason, "holiest up 1,0 stileseaM.suuthont
American rcaSze hew -.,t. a ass f.a gas *' A lens from Ory Manspr- Several. week certai "prob- I are the teouuve. rule Mated. responsible for any damage 10 ((4) Engine the of Sa Juui, Puerto
ago ,
we true .. i and.
S..C S _. frtl *: ... .*1 .. .1 theft of property. repayoil the boat a eeg
fire .
much we aced Christ, for there is ...*. f I" *.. t I* Las Joe Crowder to the commstMo .lem* csJBUBf at the dock were1 me the, kaer.seeDiet bows or and wall a* a repair sheepwW Nko>'on 1\xl\ traveling"lit.
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...*. t Slit ... alt I. ......,.,. *. before .. No Dee frswars chain or say ducks: I aT about snmUwt armies
always a meat to clean mo after I ... M repsdtioes po I brought the commtaskn **d I I duct pence) ((2) be not be a/J/ Wed. Any repair I aorthwest
sass ese .
nit 1 ov r. (See you iai (]lIRa. Suersay. s_*. I I* _J**:.*I l...* see o.lrx ... a. ",. Street Dock and the comnuttk* ***4 Crewder to said i than objecta placed ppoodiwodbwrpa al I (Continued; on Pap 2-A) ft tour. "'
.J teases ut tM *... *M 14 lw earn* regulation* governing the wrav dow his aufyMtioa to the I I a period of two week stay The painted and to ,..OIs .: '



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Further evidence of Cleo comparativc -

gentleness comes from

-inrces of f information concerning .
the actual dollar damage she caused I Ire.
to know .

Th. Dairy Council Of .."" ",.:,,.. :'.u..._ Members of the Martin Court
/ '> ; Association of Insurance Agents
South Florida It
proudto
estimate/ that heir storm claims
present Certificate of A PUBLIX MARKET (like this is scheduled for Stuart. A $225,000 permit has been Issued by the City will run between $80000 and
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M.rlt Awards {& ;... Of Stuart 100,000() secordingt o Joe Finley

deserving .. .. I of the C B. Arhogast! atcncv.
young people -
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.-.for ouht4nd I, gactM8.s J4J J--...... inlcy surveyed the association
I Legal Action LoomingChild membership for The News and'
andmpMy' 1 J t OBITUARIESCHARLOTTE reported that in addition to dam.
had.rJ pIrD1n0! both age to Insured property there will I _
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family Cllfi '. mj y. Dies; Roach Powder .Ju, I be bery considerable and lanJscapmj l lost to trees, sfJu.I', 'L

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UPPFUS RlLEY _
r .1lpIj said that many policies carry a i I _
Suspect as Death Cause Charlotte Unpcus Riley. fifty clause providing that $100 is deductible .I
"- four of North )River Shores Road, I
j' Stuart, died in Martin Memorial He warned owners not '
The Martin County Sheriffs Ingredients in roach powder that Hospital after Injuries sustainedin familiar with property hurricanes, against' ) { ':." _:_"_.ra:. '
"' Department 1 ja awaiting a laboratory may have caused the death of one- an automobile ceMent Friday considering Cleo a bad storm "We ;: 1. "I '.'i1.&Ja1tll'ii -S

I report from Tallahassee on year-old Martha McFadden of on the Roosevelt should not let down our guard FLOWERING TREES IN STUART PARK
DOWNED
: bridr' CREWS REMOTE
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.. "cgre Sound last Fn day. She
--- --- was Bingham. and ignore warnings of any future -
The child died suddenly While\ ton, N. 'V. and a former resident storms, be said. -
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(In the care of a tiller She was the of Oahu, }Hawaii before retiringto The Martin County Civil Defense =-. i
SANDRARHODES Salon daughter pf Mr. and Mrs CarrollMcFadden. Florida two weeks ago Mrs. office in its preliminary

Riley was a graduate of Cornell report to the state office estimated School Enrollment Is [IT'S THE LAWChief

Mia Rhodes i 9th \ An autopsy on the baby failed University! Ithaca N Y., a member the damage to public utilities
trs.de bt ,SluUrt'Jr to reveal therexact' cause of death, of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority I including schools at $46,900, according -
H't or the exact ingredient. causing micron Nu honorary scholastic to Bryan Sherman of Police Jesse Taylor
hSchooI{ of
| death, society Daughters of the Southern Bell estimates it cost Here 4,118A
has vtiunfawrtd 'Mr Rising to I Stuart warns all motorists to observe
free tImt ihla fcarty 0Beauty Sheriff Roy C. Baker reported American Revolution a n d the $60.(XX) to restore service to the the law concerning: turning
American Association of Universi I 1,300 phones put out in Martin ..
year to IIM'vt M t that t In questioning the sister, Deputy left at an inter.action. .
Junior ItotiMi at the Sheriff Henry Herbert found tine. She was an exchange teacherIn I County by the storm Carl M total of 4,118 students were I reduced since high school studentsare I ". It Mate:
Elliott: Mumum oniMchinsonlilila that roach poison had peen taken Palo Alto Calif., last year. Mrs Fremaux local manager said thata enrolled in Martin County schools now at Murray High a total "The driver of'
from the baby shortly before she Riley worked in the Hawaiian total of 135000 phones were when school opened Monday of 397 enrolled. j a vehicle within

She ha wh.d1t a died en route to Martin Memorial school system for twelve years out in the storm area in Florida The figure was 358 over the According to Mrs Lillian Dos- ,, an intersection,
lufate, ..J Junior MOMSSIONAlBEAUTY Hospital! She Ion attended the First Presbyter.! and that cost of restoring: servicewould 3,760 who enrolled the first day sort, general supervisor enrollment ,,_ Intending to turn

)Ion?... ) to the CAREVIRGINIA He said the doter took, the unmarked She Church is survived, Stuart her be about $2000000 in Martin of school in 1963 and seventy is running about the same I Y'' 1 to the left, shall
capacity \lhlctCutAlnr. package of white powder by husband I Damage to telephones three over the 4055 enrolled at previous She said the I yield the right.
Wong Merrill of rural as yean
North River mostly in ,
Riley County was areas
Mth front the buby and washed the the end of school in June between of
school has gained -way to all vehicles -
Shores: two daughters, Mrs Robert and the 1,300 phones out of order system .
$to. this I is '
ixhMe Her child's hands and mouth Greatest increase year at 200 and 300 students each year i approaching
Collins, Honolulu Hawaii, and represent about I 1S cent of the .
l.erfllan4 dteerful per ,
The roach powder was usually Martin County High School where for the four or five i from the
Mrs Mervin Seattle of Sault Sainte 7,100 phones in the county past years. % opposite
attitude huv* boon. By total of 569 enrolled 1'
\ a a as com
kept high shelf How it ( direction
on a goton u
: Marie, Mich.; one son, Joel Nut. I As pf noon Tuesday only sixteen As usual she expects the largest ;
Jot. to H' Hi of school
: the to 514 at the end
lower shelf has not been pared which within the
HNNE OwnerOperator a reported ting of Los Angeles, Calif; one phones remained out of service enrollment increase during the : are intersection,
June Second Parker Elementary
*! .isltr. Mrs. Harold Gillespie Binghamton Fremaux said i it was not necessary in was 654 year shortly after Labor Day or so close thereto as to constitute
where
FRANCES RFDDISIINETTIE ,, Sheriff Baker said results! of the N Y.; one, brother Bal- to bring extra help into this rolled School to 601 I en.in Thanksgiving and New Years, with an immediate hazard"
as compared
CRISWELLr: laboratory tests and Investigation ford Lappeus, Inglewood! N. Y.. area to make repairs June. In third place was Stuart the peak enrollment about the mid In plain language, don't turn
would determine if legal action and five grandchildrenFriends dIe of February left unless the way is clear.
Junior School with 696
will be taken against an out-of-( may Call at the First MORE ABOUTRegulation High 650 when school as Enrollment at other schools ia
I Now Featuring town, merchant who has b. s nselling Presbyterian Church on Wednesday closed compared to at follows: Try a Stuart News Want Ad to >

Pedicures roach powder m unmarked between the hours of 10' am Study One new school-Murray High Hobo Sound, 210; Jensen BesJi: to sell your house or car.
data
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packages Warning required 4
and p.m. Funeral services will
School at Carver Gardenil inoperation 199 Palm City 193 Warfield
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Relaxing Paclal,1C'lOSFD by .luw_on all packaged poisons, be held at the First Presbyterian' For City DocksContinued Enrollment i 380; Port Salerno and Pioneer
he said
i28l.eaElementary
Church at 4pm. on Wednesday, I
there totals At East Stuart 196; Warfield Annex J4; Booker
eE$l ll. IHIt. -that Sent. 2, the Rev Malcolm Harris with its population Park, 161. and Dunhar, )168 Businessmen'sLUNCH I
SATURDAY during It is !! in every officiating. Johns Funeral Home ( from Page I-A)
.._ twelve households anticipates buy. is in charge of local arrangements .
for the jbaat wit July, )August and September ing a new car In 1964. One out The body will 'he sent to New to boats m the slips "will be done Army Tug Chinese Junk Are-'

Miss UWa cJhttattends 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 of every twelve! households did York Thursday for burial aboard the boat. ,
JK. Lucls last >Car. ((5)) Mooring lines will be of sufficient I

.... FRED SANDER sire and in good condition
County Junior High ------------------------
. School.has volunteered Fred Sander, clgbty-tw, GlenRuWXfailer at all times Among.Visitors elf Marina J Jman.
two days a week TSEYMOURstftlNThe ParW-Hobej-fiwmd, ,(6)( ) Fish-gutting and cleaning w. :

J to serve u a Junior : diedsAug. 27 lle.etime Jo this draw wi 91 1 be bugs done and in flies a manner and cause not bad to I An Army tug a Chinese Junk Fort L udcrtte: Mr and 9:1'
Hostess at the Elliott \. Miami
area from one year ago and six arrived
odors and Conditions I yachts at Lang Mrs. J. M tchelhi' CJermont;
Mu,ellm. Her' Home of Good Food & MM/ Drinks i He is survived by a niece Mrs. around the unsanitary docks and nearby : ford Marina this past week according Villa guests from out of state 1
bright hoppj" attitude Neta Boer, Hobe Sound. Cremation -
to
manager Perry Kirk
\ homes were R. J. East
lien greatly helped\)enjoy vtaltori their CocklaO Lounge 4- and Package Store Open Weekdays 10 .... tall Funeral was Home in charge, Miami.of Skillmun ((7) Profane language and excessive The James tug Kellems;Doitie; of with Miami Captain took: III: Mr and Mottae.Mrs. Carl W.Alton Morrow Town House

tours. AI a result of Sundays I p.m. 'IK use! of alcoholic beverages Poland, Ohio: J. A. McFar-
her occew, the DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER: r.VCENE"ii BARTHFL on city property will not .he tolcrated refuge hurricane ia the marina during the land Waukegan III; W. C Con- U.S., Stuart ,
Mr and Mrs.
Museum has Initiated' i Violators will be subject to Robert over, Waukegan III; Mr. and Mrs.
of
to trainmore Eugene Barthel sixty-seven, arreht P. Lockrow: of Cocoa Beach arrived Sven W. Carlbcrg, Asheville N.C. Come Try It!
a program J PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS )Rubin Boulevard Rio.I Jensen in their Chinese' Junk. .
((8)) The occupant: of any slip in and Mr. and Mrs. L.
Indies R.
Hammer
young at 2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAYLU'fiII$1 I Closed
hostesses Beach died at Martin Memorial a city manna cannot transfer the Yachts and owners from Floe Farmland, Ind ( ;Monday) .
Hospital Thursday, Aug 27 aft unused portion of the rental of ida were "Priority, A. J. Riegcl.. --- -- i
11 er a brief illness I laid slip to any other person or Sarasota Alber II." A. R Fleitch- -j,
tid He'w i a rt native of Alsace, persons whether involving t h*I mann: Pompano Beach; Cavu
BOX OFFICE OPENSSiIOW France and a former resident of' sale of his boat or a "a\ve-away.1\ IX." Richard F. Hoyt. Surfsulc.; FRANCES LANG(ORD'STRIGGER' ) \
: 6i3 Flshkill, N. Y.. before" retiring to The new owner II1raY rental, "Dun Bandit," Mr. and Mrs.
TIME Rio fifteen years:'go. He was a as of the day of sale Franklin Page Fort Lauderdale;
: 7:00 member of Union/ FVancaise ((9)) There will be no unauthorIzed Fiesta," John F. Holler, Deland.Arri..ln --' \

-- Lodge No. IT., FAAM of New signs posted other than a bulletin from Newport News,
York City Somtuh Rite Valley of board( not larger than two Va, were Colonel P. l.m 0
Thursday Friday Saturday Wayne
New York City Cyprus Temple feet by two feet to be used for and family on their yacht "Mbula." / ES'AUMN1? i i

HOYLIMICHAEL y'/ .tNJ .It Albany Survivors, N +include Y h* wife Ana such lion news items, as fishing boating news and and naviga new] Guests arriving in the villas from JENSEN BEACH ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT I
Florida Included Mr, and Mrs J.
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Barthel, of Rio, two daughters, .
laws subject boating fishing. LANCFORD MARINA
R. Branch Jr. Palm Beach AND VILLAS
61 Dr.
Camel!! of Geneva,
LYDA Mrs Ivano (10) There will/ be no fishing and Mrs Myrl Spivey, West Palm t
Mrs. Robert Geer of
1i tJ Ohio, and
from the Chamber of Commerce
1ti....1'.tNIId MIIIt. ; Hopewell Junction, N. Y.; two Dock at any time, The violationof Besets; C. D. Craig, Naples: M DINNERS ONLYOPEN
Merrill, Riviera Beach William
heM till Itllllt hat brothers, Frank Barthel of Chne*
this rule hazard because AT 5
PAL
: creates t FOR
P. Dillon Riviera Beach Mr. and COCKTAILS i iI
ting average Ml seaMB let N. J., and Charles Barthel of ;
$1 1 of hooks and tackle Inj'utbig Mrs Billy Burns, West Palm I DINNFJ1S DoCy Saves Day a Wuk-6 to 10 ...
lone; A pitcher\ "" New Orleans, La.: one sister, Mrs people the dock Children p. I'
on LVNCIlIS
Beach Mr and Mrs W. K. DunCan DISCONTINUED ,
for the Mr* Federal Jeanne Hewhurger of Flel>ura. : I FOR SUMMER
this rule
should be made aware of
Jacksonville Donald F. Grill I SPECIAL
SUMMER:
Turn In tin ddlaaRiver Germany and one granddaughter.unenl m particular ; PRICES ON MENU
\ Jupiter; Mr. and Mrs. Paul New
tJliU 8p.m.
County ) services were held at
letter
In finality the pointed
..'. lamed Johns "Where the Stars Meet"
League h Sunday, Aug 30. at out that those mho continue abuse *
a rating tf third. Funeral Home Chapel. Acacia of any of the rules will be forcedto
overall games won.HetalMqitlM 0lat61bdrltpterltlllM>NdllEap glMMInInnNM Lodge No. 163, FAAM of Stuart remove their boats and persons S _- -
\ a focto \ officiated.( taw MORE ABOUT
from the dock either by or
ban whleh
player. -
aloud be goo4newiU EyET3 voluntarily

Vor' .. Beech Jan XI Gamma Phi Exemplar Cliapler Following, Clyde reading Coutant of, whose the regulations address RamblingContinued DID I

Its High, School when Beta Sigma Phi will hold its I. n listed in UK telephone book YOU KNOW?
IwtnroUs there tola first meeting of the 1964-M year as the city dock asked the commission ( from Page 1-A)

rail.Jolni wont MMII..Nallrrterugauwwa Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the I. for a copy of the terser
you.M home of Mrs. Bob Collins. I in order that be could study the -
hohorin| *.... find Speaker for the evening will be I rules He did note that the rules to Annie May and Jesse Grindsof AT
roving people... ''a.alaMMM.YM.a. I the Rev. Alton R Stuart pastor! seemed to be rather lengthy The Hate Sound. The baby weighed

Sad lilt hwdmdg bk.! ALSO of the First Methodic Church. I I commission' pointed out to Cou- .hi at just! over seven pounds and Milan

dsae.whW.Whsp..nd.ruoaery'b. S S SHeWSiHBBSWBSpajPB] ...-.-- tant that the lutes had tot been was named, appropriately enough, RestaurantNEXT
RAW, ROUGH READY for ACTION OF THANKS i approved(, but were only for study, Gayle Laverne.
CARD aDd that the commissioner* might *
...Fa tke futurt.r 3 Words emwt adequately express I want to add or delete some of the CLFO SHOCKED HENS TO BOWLING LANES JENSEN MACI
AT ARM
POULTRY
our deep appreciation for the points.

..any....d und sympathetic acts i CORIISS F.XPRFSSF Cleo shocked: the 2.:00 Leg- You'll find over 210
cllj rcatia that .mt.to us at the time of our THOUGHTS. OF !MANY horn hens at Oeekside Poultry selections to choose
bereavement. Farm Bear Palm City into a moth I
reccht In' a letter received too late for from in our Breakfast
..1CM..r.hBUN that has cut egg production' about and Dinner menus!
tdMf i. e .uaT.OWN.eaOMSunday today's editorial page' Captain W.
The Joseph F Konkh Family
a/Pub!. w. Corliss echoed the thoughts half, according to George Boyd-

thru Tuesday J J ..Jt..J of many in expressing apprecialioa nan owner at the birds.

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for STtrs coverage of Oeo .
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He commented* It was comfort II
m CARD OF TIUMCS ing to many people to near thefriendly NOW VI1ATT Dine Out at Least

g eaetataar I am sincerely grateful to friends and) informative information An old colored nun passed by Once a Week

and neighbors for their many kind keeping us up to the the door sad SOW Mrs. donaFalconer
3 s 'WMIUM SUSAMNAH acts of sympathy during my sad minute with .What wss going on a ticket on "a benefit.' Special I
bereavement My appreciation Cannot and helping us to relax with cheerful She doesnl know what benefit, Sunday DinnerROAST
11 21 HOWEll YORK N adequately expressed. calmneaa it .was a swell i but now ,Gloria and Job Falconer
( \lob(. and they deserve a tot of crtOk. have a hungry 150-pound
.
v CAIN Mrs Fred Ptttrkia ." Second the motion.WllFRlT pig on their hands. TENDER PORK ,
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\ J BIRDS CO: DOVT FORGET TIfOSEAALtT WITH STUFFING
Y
INTO THE AUTOS DIPLOMASU $ 00
One Smart resident caW enduring Choke .f f". Side DbaesI }
CARD OF HUNKS: jl
rycvacll long for an adult Caffee
Hurricane Oo to ask case you w Tea Il OaI
Tad I B.
Our heartfelt hanks to aO who "Where do the birds ao m a aigh school diploma done forget Choice tl Dtw.r1 tterPOWELL'S
: extended that kindana and help, orrar This same AuAihonite CM the General Education Development I
flowefs and cards, and deep sympsUby Friday telephoned us to announce: tests. The teats will be given II I
OFSOUTH at the time of' the Ion of' "I now bow They 10 (lasso atstos" at the. sew high school o> the
F108IDA our beloved brother AD... C. He had left one window o( his aiM of Sept.: 14-'a. Contact E. DINER & MOTEL 1\\
MOIor. sedaa open for about three inches B. rlonon. :*1-2101 or 217-0291 Tw. ... N.6 id
flat M"STH T6iAMi.ru. and taM ,than wbca a* misted. k ud .ivfutrr with bin More thetas --'It gt... U. S. highway 1-
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; Kids TUP STtART Florida N 'WS! Thunder. 1. 1964 ,1
Invited
to ( ) September -
1 4' And +! M 1' : !_ .._ : : : !
, tt.. P9IifRI# RallyThe
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,, Soroptmuat (lists of Dovn.
py ton Ifoach: !till mvd all chiidanf
Palm Bea t). Mrlw and (Bro>\'
... aountiea. M raaurter for theBMMtsl '
to tttleet. *M M"| o.mo.
jr WM. Mm
irol""lOIIIfCI KefJMblii'an" 01 on
hai4e* PH-HK.: : aiu)
witttical rally to hf held at I h c
Boy won B.rIIifto. on Oct t ,I
Thro -mU he ftwr. "" groups
one to t two, three t K f four, f 1\U to
Ih. and sewn l to **#hl/. Contestants
are W tend name.. pga addrcvi'
7 tP t Jw tM photo if "possible and whether their Id' te
parents are. (Democrat or Republican .
+ to Box 1313, Boynton Beach: ,
k before Sept. 30.
(. l I

I Mr and Mrs Eugene M or Musette xr
and! children, Gary larry iy yyI

+ I and Michael, have returned from "

I a vacation trip through the eastern .
h slates which: 'included a tour

of Washington 0 C,. and Arlington .
4\ --i Cemetery where they saw the s w alp i
i grave of our lull pretidenl, John
; F Kennedy While in the north .

they also! visited Mr Morrissella's! '..... .
parent. Mr, and Mr*. A L Morns .
... ...
*tie in Swansea, Mas Mr, .
Morribtctte u the manager of the MRV. 1IUMI.SK: KNimi, fort Pierce' artist whose/ picture will be on exhibit at the Mtott Mu-
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local Kwik Chek, scum Sept, I.20. I is shown with two of the paintingsJDISCOuNT .Port of Rouen\ and Hernia ill y.::
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TRAFFIC STOPPER-Jensen Causeway was a casualty' Ck'O'1'i causing a fifteen-foot wide, ten-foot deep hole. Luckilv all i
\ it to the area Thursday Waves from the Indian River dug motorists saw the washout, under the concrete bridge at the west end of the causeway' after the storm' damage
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) .I Fair Lady' Contest-Winner Retiree Died STUART SHOPPING CENTER ,


FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS

I Has Fun in Visit to AreaS After Accident -Vt ,


Mr Potter of cabana, tickets for Broadway t .
Ernest a leading On Stuart Span I
ham, Wash, visited;\ Florida I show, a tour of New York's'
first time. tan week, .- lights, the United Nation 1 1j
Bellin'-I including Mrs. Merrill (Chariot/ ) Riley, '
and' Mr, Fouler were ;: and radio and television 114I fifty-four, diet from internal injuries Men's, INomsq's Children's
PLASTIC
her aunt, Mr*. Grant I lions, and lunch at Sardi's with a at Martin Memorial Hospilal ,,
lain, and! cousins, Claire Bryant I II fashion consultant: and a SJ5p[ I Friday afternoon as the re- I
I and Shirley Rathkopf, all of Pelican chopping 'spree at a Fifth Avenue wit of an accident on the SI. Lu- HANGERS j t r;
Cove, tore. ci. River bridge at Stuart I that
Mn Foster, whose home i is In : Not to be outdone by all the morning 4ORIS
the Pacific Northwest up near the sightseeing in New York City, hur "' | who came here with I
Canadian border, won a contest relative gave the Totter the full her huland. Merrill Riley| from \ Nrtl 0
HUSTON'S sponsored by, a New,' York 'wom- hamber of Commerce treatmentn Palo' Alto, Calif. on Aug 10. to ,
en'* apparel firm. the prize wasa ( the Stuart area. They slept reside at their retirement homeIn
I OFFICE EQUIPMENT free trip for herself and husbandto aboard an air-conditioned home- North River Shores, had been 1 v r
Osctoli Avenue .-+ 2874399 New York City, tickets to the I !bout tied up at the Chambcrlaip to S| tart' shopping andn, en $
World Fair, dinner at the Copa- dock: swam in the Bryant swine route home )HIT husband was at I .
.1 ming pool, spent a day at I thf hone, I Meltlod trim float '
beach and in the surf, and rmfl!! Her car was last in a line of uality| !
great success fishing for snoop I northbound! traffic being held! up pl.rtlef of iup.ror dotlgn
in the river. They flew out of Miami at the/ bridge when it wa Itru<,k I JUtld, aid censtructlat. Pie uAnl '
S ODUCE AND airport at 3:45 Wednesday from the teat, by a vehicle driven" s'
just a* Cleo was due to arrive.Mr I by Dan Mo'lure, local oil dealer, ColorslUrUa'i
and Mrs. Foster have three McClure staled I thai his hood: flew: | f
FLOWER GROWERS children whom they left at a children I up. obscuring his "i.ion. i rahtub wl..f f
*' dude ranch in the Northwest In a chum reaction, Mr Kilcy'i at wt', pvtl al, ?
while they made their sightseeing car was kicked.! forward into a vehicle O.rsuit l.dit.tefistthr I
tour of the east coaat. occupied' by Mr*. Michael Fwwrlt. feerweer fer .ri t a.ridaruhl.
Johnson and I two young ion of .l.rl"V| ....rlt. feetl The ,.,. Skis aye..
2 Spaces Available in New mucirrtR: ARRIVES, : I West Palm. Beach, who incurred petaolly ,.,,,lr ....11I.1 l far vi.,, n.d.l,
minor Injuries, It..h, ....w.* .r c.iw. .l wise
Mr and Mr
Noah udlum Jr.
of Fort Pierce announce the hirlh Mr*. Riley had! been a teacher for II..* .. fit the while. ".11II11,. LIMIT
Fanners Market Open Dec. 1 of a daughter Kelly lean, eight /twelve yean in Hawaii before canting : 1
to California
a* an euhangeiteacher. !
pounds, twelve ounces, born Sunday
Her husband retired

Palm Beach High Traffic the mortal,daughter Aug.Hiwpital.30.of at Mrs.Fort Mr. Pierce and Ludlum Mrs Me It I, nstnictor Hawaii._' of the University it a 0 f 10 1 Gallon Molded Plastic


Send Name and Address to and Road David Mn are Fee! the Noah of patrenal Fort l.iKllum Pierce.grandpar., loop Mr.* GIRL BVDI.V MOUT NrHUI: U/'ft'R'i TRASH( CAN

'
Girl) Scout will not'
ants meetings
Wooten Box 12475 Lake Park begin" for a few week. opening
Mrs. Bessie Cordell returned data will, he announced soon, leader .
Tuesday to her home on Seminole and worker are needed! and
Florida I Avenue from Georgia where the anyone who would like to v lun- I Hert'l th* hauieheld tutu( ii( tfc. .irI| This
spent a month) stalling relative' Seer Is asked to call Wilma '
Ioys'Heavy duty
: lln. hf.tyr es.ld.d $riak
and friend in Rekhviile, Savannah Chandler, AT Bats' plastic sea was
t+ made t ill ftr alm.ft| triple thus Its
and other area. prl t.
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--- -- -- -- Mr and" Mn.. W. C Mats have .d.rleat? llrtlr.okCWO an4 jl.akpr..( .ad, .(
--- .1 returned! from Columbia\ i Oa..
where they suited their son Sergeant I curs., It won't rat K urr.O.

-. Randolph May, who i is Ba : rr rqit
toned at fort 1 Renning.Mn .

PUBLIC SURVEYPLEASE Secondo-;;: -Taffonl and.. f I qit

daughter, Mil I Diane Taffoni, "
have returned from Fishers I I.. ,......a brad. WMl
MAIL COUPON IF ISTF.RLYTlProminent land. N Y. where Mr Taffoni' .,. ityle ....,..
Is mailre d'kotel! at the Fi-heiVi' reel ere (...trwi. 11 I'' I' i 0 1ii
stand Country Club. He will Join'I ) ,
Builder .. Coswfrvctios ted te odd "bey.lyve"
Apartment Contemplating of a I hit family here soon Miss Taf
m4wviblNi
I fonl hit entered her u+(pMmnre'year wear .
at Martin i ,, tHer wibInf.
'. County HighSchool I I'(., er !.. Compat 2,49
MODERN APARTMENT rrrgaa1N16.CoJtpir .
I ; I LIt
Mr and Mn Prink Burke have
returned to their home on 'Indian, 100 "londware" PAPER PLATES
IN STUARTON River Drive from a summer vacation it> 'M.JJiwen's $
CITY
OF spent In Massachusetts and
Maine r I.Iw... C I.. pNr plaice fe.rvi.
""' the ass. "else/al'i .s/ Se pa',.
THE BBAUTIFUb ST. I.UCIEbe RIVEtt Mr and Mn; D4rrvlf Crigo r real .b.rltl..,
have returned to Richfield park : r r
N. I.. following a vMif, with.. her
w.... 1a blef H M fvbif. ta iI ...... bread ww elevator afwt>w*( ... I parent. Mr and Mn. William C.mp.r.

wltb every c..- teet Ale tamUbtmti ..4 knt. el rmirw, yow _. MrbM. Micis' of Pqinciei; : .* (Carden, .f I)1.00487.sOz.PaperCups

iknfn hair a.<*Mtl0.. | pool, bwbttM patio, etc. W I JM would. be .hM.*|r4b Mr and Mr. Clifton Bound .

'" t.. Mb. M spar j :.;::j ,:c.. tnt4 es.yo., and family recently( made s trip'
north '/Tbeir MM, Clifton' 'It. remained EoedyearFeatwr-llte L
In "Newport' R..1.! where 'be .
THIS |H >'OT AN AGHFEMF-NT TO REST BUT YOU WILL BE b Hationed m the ,.dsvyr,. In route CASUALSF1 M" .. _
CI\EN PJlE>TJtENCE WHEN PROJECT W COMPLETin. HDEMRfl) the family visiwd with Mr and r
Mr*. David Latham ill New L nI I
don. Coon "' bere David t II ....
Honed s h the Navy He i is the
i r rrlhr P. a -----l KM of Mr, and Mr. Bwturd Uibam -
nx a<,1f vu 1 j, sirwlI
of East
Cfrean
I srettY. k Mtleetstel II ms.t ( ) Erf t7 1 ) T.. Udi.ow 1I I poulard. c..... ,.,., Sept ..e 14..1 1Mtl

.. Among the more famow f\Im' \1\1: all' wish/. *Wtr "".... 1It1l',
( ) Owe- .. -r..su '<(< It.-"-! ( 1 l1./u.hdnd. Mnlmmm( |n4 moiawe smuggler of t''be r t'
.. ..4 .
I I Colonial] e i feel
I' .... .,- -.- .. I period war reportedly
such men a* Jon* )If Iaacod; ( toil. ; ) P.

I NAME .- .. .-. .. I II famucl-Adams- -. --.. ....... rl'
$.... t. ., ., ,., l ; 1

ApDRKf! .0-- .....__......_. 7., .. ,-. -.. ,.-- .." ."., I _PINBS / / ell IN watke. |\,. Compare
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TOWN . .. ... .. -u c Stand Tall' s..,. .......1 alai at 69eI

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"4-A :THE STUART (I'w.>)> NEWS If PAYS TO LIST I o f ill properties on the
TburMluv. September 3. 1964 jILJ: Game Tied for WITH A REALTOR I tanned absentee owncr "I i :
and set about
__ damages ,
-- Board ol 'ct'
of Stuart I '1
Members
trees and litter cleared
FINES LEVIED IN Eighteen Holes Realtors lived up to their slogan:

MUNICIPAL COURT "U pays to list with a realtor" !' The State of Delaware II", ,a

TO* tta4M i were : Martin made inspections: |Iy three counties.
In /'udIlYplay of the i After Cleo they
fined by CiIr Jute Hurry Dyer mm L,idies Coif Association, -
Tuesday night, and one forfeitedhis I'
Jackie
I N hole low net was tied by
bond Hinscll/ and Etta DeStefano. The

Of the two criminal cases on ./hole net\ was won by Biddy Stafi GOLFNew
the docket: one concerning a chargeof i hHd I

assault and battery ww con- Meet the days will 1 be heldSept.
tinued. In the other sentence was S.7 Prizes pro will be given Martin County Golf & Country Clubsr.
deferred for six months pending
good txjh vk>*. This was on a Then is no entry fee. Anyonewho LUC1E BOULEVARD Tims right Just before crouin|
r beats the prw will receive a .
charge/ of drunkeness. New Bridge to Beach
j 11 9 full handicap,

. . A mixed Scotch foursome! will NEW SUMMER RATES --
be held Labor Day with an entry
k tee ot SI J A potluck supper will COMPLETE Greens Fee

HOME LOANTALKS. tallow 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50
I d'k
Fort Pierce will be the
scene:
VILL2 of a field day Sept. 25 Those! interested ... .. ...... ....n ...... ...... ...... ...- ...... ......

are requested to register LLLCIRIC CARPS Q...

by Jon herold I i iI in FAIR the locker ASSOCIA770NMEET room II 9 Ilolee Hole .. -....... .. ..-..........-- $5.00 3.00 r-

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I L' The regular CANCILLLD meeting of the MEMBERSHIP: 1
INITIATION FEE $100.00 i i
MEMBERSHIP j
Martin Fair Association.
call County .. ....... 80.00 a
Many People i w scheduled for Monday, Sept 7. SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ..... ._ -: ...
.... 100.00
I has been cancelled due to the DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP -

A Labor Day holiday. All members DRIVING/ RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF MIOP

this "Happiness will receive. notice of the next MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS

meeting. MATT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT M. WILLIAMS, Mgr\ .

Comer" An estimated 9.000 women will Dial 287-2274

die of ovarian cancer in 1964
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First Federal of Vero Beach
# sf r x

doer not pretend la have "corner"

_."FO" .-,-", woo ____'-_ 3 DAY SALE
on happiness
J\lEJ\lBtKS: oT'the 1964"Americlln-Lt;;; Baseball Team: Harold
'\v'" Cut Rollins Billy Mathers, centerfield; Mike Crook, first base! ;

But First Federal. does, do' two Johns Post No 62 are left to right, sitting* Jim and Tim Rollins, Rick Scummcll, short stop; Skip Hall, pitcher and third base! ;

batboys Kneeling left to right t: Fred Jette, catcher; Hank Salzlcr, Danny Kilbourne left field; Charlie Eitzen. post commander; Dick

things that contribute so, greatlyto second bate and pitcher: Ruswll Funk, and Bobby Scurry, out. Bowman infield: Porky Bryan, Catcher; Donald Kirkpatrick, post

human happiness that it is fielders; Bobby Thompson infield Standing, left to right: Coach manager; Gary Little, pitcher

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call this building "Happiness. Golfers Get Chance to Work Started on

Corner" or 'Happiness Headquar.

tern. AlA to South as


((1)I) First Federal helps people Play Against the 'Pros' Ocean Boulevard

to learn to save money They encourage

regularity of saving by Local golfers will have a chanceto his score will be sealed in an enve- women will be eligible to take I Work was launched Saturdayby
pit their skill against Matt lope to be opened after others part in this feature There will be Hendry Construction
making saving profitable and easy Moore, professional at Martin have played in an effort to beat no entry fee. Prizes will go to golfers Company

4'4' .% dividends on saving I County Golf; and Country Club him. Each player will be allowedhis who come nearest t the pros on four and one-half miles of ocean
They pay during Meat the Pro Day," Sept full handicap score. Moore is said to shoot roadway south of Fort Pierce on

*, and you do not have*to I S, 6 and 7. Colonel W L: Snowden golf around 70 to 72. Hutchmson Island

wait a year tof fijualify-tor this _Moore..will l may..!the (courw. : 'and_-chuirman--- of --the club says that Monday's feature will be a mixed The contract is for $563.000 for .a

!" ... Scotch foursome ladies choice, the first stretch, with another to
full high rate. with prizes for winners. Entry fee be let in
September on the remaining
J' : I Matt Moore, New Pro will be SI I per person six miles

((2)) They: : help many people to evening Following the the women matches of the Monday club AlA will eventually be an ocean. I GOODYEAR TIRES WITH EXTRA-MILEAGE RUBBER

obtain bodies with large loans, will bordering highway from St Lucie '
serve potluck to all
supper
at reasonable interest rates, on, a i At the Golf ClubMatt participants Marian Kelleher represents Inlet to Patrick Air Force Base
the women on the clubs I' TUFSYN
pleataniehtfine:: 1 loan monthly re golf committee, I..ar. *F.RTI"f''fo'Io'r' :' ''

payment'' "plan I adjusted to your I Moore bd been appointed ;;' TUB < inn IT 101. R.r..... Tiir:
MMH Jl IM< Ml '
tlHfllr lM \
Income full time golf' professional at HANDS OLD I MUTE tint SOil* a1,5!\fl, ate *. is. rMs14/ ..,. .. III ...... .. I"NII.O'
5 the Martin County Golf and Country .: STORY Or STORM rl'K: OP Ft. >HII)" Mill' UI.l ." R:*'I III-It:. .4J": 11.11' M.,.-wK1'I'HrI5": : : ".1.-w KaTIIRlt: 517.
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I M < H'10 :"' NO SnTS '
%. HLtlHMAIL Tl HbhTPK ML AC KM ALL TtUtL.RII2t20: : | HI.At'"''ALL TtHH-l-M.: : .
Ittins Club. During the of Cleo's blast U W. OHK1MUN, aa Tru.- )
height &,
What add bap j
two .more tea,
,I Moore look over his golfing '/, while a metal shutter was bang rhlntirt.f6VafltCf"3 )

pineM than systematic thrift I duties Tuesday IU\ replaces' Ron lag .away oulaide. i a.._.i>d-storyi .. :\ l .f"t1AN' .\
"l Harttg,who<< took,tminiilur position. window: on 'the' Riverview Apartments ,
and home r
ownership
i at the North Palm Beach Country a pair of hands reached out '''''.,ut"n'. I IAII'I'II'.I ., 2 14 2:28Iu. :
1)r 55'KIIII. Nls'I'KII's
j i Club I from within, and held it firmly -- auK I :

.. A nllt v4. of Charleston S. C.. against t the tug of the wind After undardicanl Nolle. ,U hereby aa Hpn-lal given Ma.Hint.1.-'. the ind ,
and a of Presbyterian College several minutes the hands were ..r and by virtue at iii.. Final I Ie-,
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aeteta... .*..beared.... lie Mar 511.01. ... Clinton; S. C.. Moore is a successful in releasing the shut ore at Korwlnnuro h.retulor.-. I .
federal sod Laa > bred In that certain i>uae pen.lln. aka tat and I rwsosobb ....., .lui tea ..4 a recavnable Urea. tai and t _..bl. line
.M* Contention/ Yea ..."..tar at anf, member (IfhI! National Professional ter from us fittings and tossing it In the Urrull lourt of Ih. Ninth Add la n.y II.. If 5.-ado-is. .5. sot Add S3 Mr tire II ......1. l> tit Add. sa IMT Ur If traaVIa U atKcamaU
Hate wila any aamia add *a : Golfers Asotiution and earthward to 1 Judicial (Irrult of Fit rlda In end n.wrbM. rec.eaableWhll.w.lle. *.
bang no more hey
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-- M nay Ha a t for Martin County b.- Wkll.w.lli sip tI: ... _10.I snip U mere each WYitwn.ids only (a aim ea (Copyrighted 1964)) r conies to Marlin County fromthe belonged to Albert Cepec, owner 'han.rrY t'no.--al'3m' I In
Tcqucsta" Country Club wherehe 1 of the resort establishment! wtlch U W Orrlem, an Tninte. !I.
tlalntlff' and Orant Klrkham and NO MONEY DO\VN I
FREE
has been gulf "pro" for the June (I. Klrkham. till wUV. J. IFltsiterajii MOUNTING
WANTA putt two yearsPrior Lane County pill has for I and Unix B. Kltiirer
aid him wife. T. M. Leonard ant
to his position at TequesU ty-eight covered bridges in use Klorent U>nnard. hU wife and U NATION-WIDE "NO LIMrr GUARANTEE

COMFORTABLE he served at the ComnmmonedOfficers bass -ibliI.: :i AnRH'rlsKNas'r;- are B. Prke Defendant and 'Ruth. I. u Prtrr Hpeclal. ill MMlor wile. N. Unit M aiaolha .Nt limit *a *lkM M t* ...... It a .......... Tire ..11. Uadar This Cuaraal
MORTGAGE Country Club Norfolk In Lhinrnry" pointed, by Ih. -N.. awl a* t* .....-ftr tk. sawn Ul. *l th. ..T of awn Ibis. aooo Geodyear .driers la ta*
I' HIM I IM"I IT ( tllHr M 4lH > Court In ..ld door., trod Ualtod SlaW. a4 Canada wad l *>ak. allowance ..
'for"1 five
Vd years; Canurbury >H MtHIIN CIIINIt, HOHI- ur.t"dwM.; All N w CMd,*ar Ant. Tin are CuamatMe1 a MW it. hoddsi. tread d..lk nmala
virtu nf the
I II era ed W Golf Club, Cleveland Ohio, for 11\. term* .0.bt.l d..t. I I. w.rors.blr. ad. ...told1. sad ln. and ....... '*Cedyar Peas*
"build r..h..... orfor mix .nd anil at public .-..... rand hu..d.. .._. _....blo .w..lur...
er l\ I '
F1r.1 IMS I-MV: ''I. SNU4 outcry to the tilvheet. and bent bit
talk to Federal .1 Yw..h.. five-year. Orangeburg (S.C.) Golf .
PALM CITY fOMIANY ....
a ) dr for h the
at Northwnt from
tso a. two H .11 1 a ...f.rtsJh' for and two MATT ?110ORE j 'lul1d.I ..
1- .,thlr .h.t.ll.ru..UwUbh. h. Club two years, years corporal ) d tor of ,the O iirthmiM 0' MurtlnVunty
: Iwo ..-. at Aiken i Golf Club, Aiken, S C lalntlff I ( In Iho Dly at Humrt I PluIds ,-
) an lbs rile day of Nopl.mb.r
Moore I is a veteran of World NIKE': y.\HFII) and 5 1.51 btwran th. hours of II\ hillsalon
= Phwei Vcro Beach 5(2.2373 LKVA\ \lHU.W.. his wit.. I AN. and t no P.M., Ih* '.01. HI-MILER R-C
I II He and his wife will
War
J. JUPIAsk Damages in and iIUM. 1.JolOlI'roN; I balm .a I..KI ..1.!.. day and tha
tinue to live temporarily at and H'llH. M l.HOH j hour th. Icital. hour of ..1 If, the ,
TON, hl. wire..d PENN. ....,. .
"parts lot of aid Ot'f n
tor \UKIJ1AHM l : INIirln ', dant In and to that curtain. airroird .. Goodyear's Great Nylon, Truck Tin
; FIRST FEDERAL Auto AccidentA t.efendanb. mont and dodarllllo" 0' trust d.t. 1 I
I % M of *.l if "D-,'.n.brr It,, If Ml bins a trust
23 Families Ask
Til AIL HAIITUX HA VI HA OHtl.AIMINd for thoir r.rt.ln prinl.* Ivln*
.. I SAVINGS ft LOANASSOCIATION damage suit has been filed IM .HAVH and hrlnir. ,In Martin Nun'). ri ir Coq lees pry day than, Now
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filly
Red Cross Help RK1HT TIT1) B t>R INTKRKHT: Ida dvatrltwd an followa, to.wit ,
: : in Martin Circuit Court by William IV! THE IUOFKKTT HKHUN 101U newspaper
Durant against John Will APTBH HH.'KIUhU. TO.WIT ....111 It' II point una It) chain icy ate'' h,. Jw'

..I OF Twenty-three families in Martin Curry and Fred Thompson. ask TrauU I, S, It' I(. )t. 14 IOulh Oovrnmi of Ih.>nt ttuutbwwt Lot 4 Nerlluu roroorof Uieui a* you haul $1388
: : INDIAN RIVER COUNTY County have requested aid of ing in excess of $10000( ) from and, It. .>Q.lpO. the W..l It* II. Townnhlp IT :Mouth. Ran.. a Full rang" or..t
f of sold r and .. ....
. the Red Cross as a result of C'leo'svisit ..7t. trait It 14 41 East: Ih. rant and par (
Mrs damages resulting from a traffic all. I In Hectlun : 'h.wnehip alltil to thtk uth Una 0' ..aidIlnvontnnel {low tow pnona
r I according to Elsie 1M tttiiith. hamc. 4(1. Knot: Palm t.ul 4 to th. want. .. .
accident. ,
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2045 14lh A a else
Dial 56MJ73 alne
Smalley, executive director, Mar (Ity Karma, a<'i.urdlnir. to 1'1.1th..or of lh. AtlHiill. tlrran: lb.,", I ... -........ tire < ,
The suit slates the aiiident oc: i rmordvd In flat Hook 8outhalrly' mandrinir th.
: : Vero BtaiQ, Florida tin County Chapter. a. Pars II, publl.' .
wane uf tlAtlantic loan
.. Up to Wednesday morning fif. curred Aug I on U S. I at the fairs; Lack. lonntr.r"1'I'd..rY. to a point .hlch I 1. I.S4 chain "-
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: : Free Parking on 15th A..... teen of these had been given aid south Stuart city limits. Curry was ... and arh at you are hereby North "f th Townahlp. louiS I l lln IT. of Nmith tor, ; PAIR WEATHER,' FR1CHO; Y'3
I driving a car owned by Thompson l"h: ; Get
amounting to $!'00. Mrs. Smalley notified that a tomplalnl h5i" b.enell.d K..l l aa w.n uir.d: al BE SURE' a free check!III
M HOURSt 9 when hit the the t astlat you In the itrvultmrt I .. {
; to>> J daily, except Wed estimated the cost of aiding the it rear of Durant <'' la and fur Martin ,..... \rich\* on anil a lln. parallol thereto with lhnrM Ih. COtDrVEATHCR\ 'CUiPWti:
.CMla.. 9 car .!"I irlda. I IH I'ha".. by the >' .
: to 13. Opt 5 to 7 Fri.1 remainder al about $200 Hniith tin af laid Motion land ) .Iod for
Tim Thompson owner of the tiff Palm (Ity (Company a Hc.tlon 91, to th. .....* >ou'r > .
- day evening, noted AA Day She has been assisted, In ths car driven by Durant&, has filed cortwrallan. for tll. purpiw "t.j of th. Indian Rlvr; Ih.nrnNurtws.l.rly trouble. your 1.L11I..a.. v
quletlna the till; or the Mid I' .
: S..nleday.r work this week by Miss" Helen a similar suit i m excess' of $3110for () tiff lo the landa .buv. ".. wat.r* of th. Indian nnanderlnr Hlvr th. tot) w aril( nanmy
a Stacy of the Red Cross regional damage to the auto and K,!300 zeal for other. relief. and you a point du. Wrt of th. pointof toward UssFROM
. 'office Atlanta earh af ynu ara JI..b. required b.a lnnlnc hone. Mart. lath
">Vbcre for himself! erv a cttpy or your anewer orwritten pi ml of nxalnntnv. 5.5w,
i Customers Scud Tketr "All assistance to disaster vie defena to the romplalnt on In fUwtlin: Ik, !Township: 51Wrlli 81G SAnERY

: a ftln.d5n. time is a gift from the American The wood ibis, which is actually the llalniirr* irarr, attorney tol l Mrat. NSuonaiask <'rsty1'ruy tins..in Reng.di Toonahip' Eat IT and Smut**r.. Bun

p : : I >*t Offh-e Drawer 14. Htuart. *1.r .
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Mrs all riparian rlchl thrunto
said
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Smalley of iia each .
.. weight day Ida and file the orlnlnal anawernr app.rlaimog. e a.w
wntten. ct..r.,,_ I. the offl ufth $988
Clerk of tho Irrult (Court, Subject .le p"hllr road rltht
: P'Inrlda se ur, born: ,, SM. se-way am d.... rlb.d. In $.......1 _
MB"oar .f Or......... ll"4, It
I yu Warrant l .4 CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. fall IA d.. .... JudKment by default her IS, (051. riled\ January IIINT .., old' oralPIS.
r will b. taken a.alnel you fir ii.rrtief aad rr.,d, '. d.mutdrd is Si. eon' 'isint, 01. pare Un Mart .uunly. - -
ml.: .5,15'. shell M prhllah.d On.. rturlda publlo' .....0.....
..... FOR YOUR BOATING PLEASURE a week for four oneerutlv* week. I MOST SIZES
.mUNG I Is I TII. ssu.m News s urw.p.p.rof Th. said bt.re.l I I. said Intel
general rtroulatton publlehed I* old_..1' bell. add to *allaf>>
Martin Oounly. lortda dear**
Authorbed. ATKI\ this Ut day of *V|>tm- liATHIt thl lot day .f epum. USED
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Ig CHRIS-CRAFT : PIr.ItCR. HVKRT r t,YER
i 1'tKIK! Our TUB ..It"I..Tnr Hpeetal\ r in Chancery
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(' MARTIN (CXXJNTT CHARV CHART
'SEA SKIFF rurIty > l i1/ My Kvana: t>ar. Jr 00
I B11IOPl Attorney 'u, HalnUffI
IO1LMSON MOrORS DEALER THUNDLJtelRU Tae5llr epul.'i:.' rsl. Pint Nalisal, Baal
I I'irrull. t uurt Aaall Bstldb.. '
i i ( (MHV. CHART 'TtARTttormy t> lr*. II
\ for llatntirr1ufc tiartPub. >'1... I ,
I Kept I. IS. I: 34 I 15(1 most t 1? 10H
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SHOCKS INST.
j.j AMERICA'-S FINEST UNI] I URINE/ RAILWAY FISHING' TRIPS

CHRYSLER
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AMERICA'S NO. t MiRLNE ENCINTRani :'\
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;:;;'. THE t STUART TWlda) NEWS Thnnday, September, ,



l_, i ". They'll Tlat'e Shelter Houses, Cooking Facilities I



I t .. ".'..' &, 4 Recreation Isles Deeded to County I



; Small spoil islands! and submerged he use wa begun by the Martin I !
spoil lands in the Indian River County laaak Walton League. The

n Mama County have been deed county then took over and work. Enrollment Start
ed to( the county by trustees of the ed wad the deeds were filed. Early to I
sit lIr'maJ i lmpwvem.nl Fund. m the year the liP gave the
r 4' The announcement of the "lim county the go ahead to use the

T ited engineer transfer Fred was made Boll by County islands for basis.recreation on a temporary Soon Adult Courses

The t island will be used! for recreation Plan for recreation: areas are
: and conservation. They being made. by the county: Included
s wore termed by dredging ta the are shelter houses! and cooking Residents of Stuart and Jensen der way the week of Sept. 14.

Ini::icoasial\ Waterway Uolities. Beach who expect to enroll I in AH adult student who plan t ii r } 'h Bell said despite the deeding ol adult courses given at Martin County enroll in the credit course or th<
t
Y'I' the 1 islands to the county, right; WARRANTY DEEDS High School are asked to doa adult high school should lee thai

and easements under the federal Gilbert Miller and wIfe to Carrie between 7 and 9 p.m Sept their transcript are sent to thf
government are it I ill l l in effect. C. Rochell. Lots 1401 and 8.10. office of E. B. Horton adult cot

Some improvement can be made, 1402 block 34, Olympia Plat No E. B. Horton ct:>< but if the areas are ever needed 3. $100. the courses say that other sites will I I 1 operate Monday througM
for dumping of toil then the coun-: Carrie D. Rochell to Paul D of registration over the county on Thursday night each week ana
ty would have to comply Jurkowski and "ife, Lots 1401 the same dates are: Port Salerno the first night of classes will bf.
,. 4r Efforts: to get the islands for pub- and 1402. block: '4. Olympia Plat Llemcntary: School Murray Junior Sept. 14.Instructors.
v.. No. 3. $100.Ughthouse and Senior High School: at Port for the different
I Salerno, lobe Sound Elementary, COU"ltlPi: III be in their roomi
Point Inc
to Frank Dtmbar Hobe Sound, Warfield ready to discuss the class, its meet
Is Set Mcnngolo and wife Ux 161, $),
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J Hearing Elementary at Indiantown, Book ing dates and time and the mater*
790 James E. ,
I.'tfI\ !
ti ; to Ryan) ,
e .
er Park at Inds ntown and East Jala, if which might nee|
any. you "
S3.590>> ;; to John E. Prill and! wife,
Stuart Uementary: School: in Stu to
On 21 participate.
September lot .156. $3,590; to( Frank W Black art. Everyone interested should i
and wife, lot 110, U.W.: to Raymond
I contact the nearest school officialto One in every three mother!
i For School SuitA $4.39O:P.to Jones Donald and! R wife, Anderson lot 35, you, or call the adult office at with children under age eightectj
287-2107. All courses will get tin hIS a lob outside the home
I If and wife, lot 193 $7.590; to Andrew .. .
has been
scheduled -- ------
hearing
Ta : F, Catchpole! and wife, lot T, I
for 10 a m. on Sept 21 by Circuit
: 200 $7,690, and to Dr, Paul leone .
Council
Judge C. Pfeiffer Trowbrulge ona lot 160. SJ,'<*>. all in Lighthouse Dairy Honors Terry ,
suit brought by contractor E. L. I


.' .t ,'" I I'f I Watkins contractor Board. against of H.Public Van the I Instruction Smith Martin County and- :35 Margaret Gordon teet\ Point.of M.S.the Carew Halpm North and The 40)wife feet South of to i For His Many Achievements }1Cheers 1/j ji /


The suit involves! $775 Watkins lot 138. block 129 Island
M- .. : Beach:! i I
claim: is owed him for moving Revised Plat N(). 2, $7.:KM.: to receive a merit awardIn ty lligh School, holds an office inDeMolay
portable classrooms! at .Port Salerno Ethel Ihomas to Willie l. tnan a continuing program of the lettered In Junior foot
ir.de! Elementary School and wife. The South 55 feet of the Dairy Council of South Florida !ball basketball and track He i Ie

aai L Watkins was a subcontracts to West 200 feet of the North 520:: which honor" meritorious young president of his Sunday Schoolclaw C
Js. 4et av Smith He claims Smith failed to feet of Tract 5. Booker Park $900. social director of the church'
MORE THAN NINE:\ INCHES:: Ot RAINFALL MADE A LAKE OUT OF MEMORIAL PARK IN DOWNTOWN SlUARf. pay him for his work and that the Henry T Brane and wife to people in Martin County, is let'ry Training Union and an actlv/ *

-.--- --- --- -- ---- school. hoard. should have seen William W. McCmley and wife. Rogers, fifteen, son of Mr and member of youth choir, which h*
-.-- -- -- --- --- that the S7S was paid before releasing tot 5, block 4, Indiantown Park Mrs. W. B. Rogers, Rout 3, Stu directed during Youth Week.
.UIIII 1Nspw 'o ___ Smith.. from his contract 9000. The Dairy Council i II interestedIn
Woman Club Coffee Cards Sailfish Leroy D. Hcppe and wife' to art.Terry, in addition) donating! achievers: in many field\ and
I I High SchoolHappenings MARliN. !MEMORIAL"HOSPITAL CrosMoads Cottage Colony. IncA twenty to thirty hours of his time )'ounal'Ctpl.' through twelfth grade)
part of government lot I, section each week to Martin Memorial are eligible. Nomination can N
Party Scheduled September 9 I Births-.Mr and Mrs Carl 26, township 37 South, range Hospital, mows lawn to earn his made to Mrs. Marsha Gala, 1910
He preiktent' of Smith Thirty-fifth For
CatchesStuart 41 EaU $17.000. own money. wa* Street
Schramm, a daughter, Au,. 25; Mr and wife Elmer his freshman claaa at Martin Coun Pierce. The Woman's Club of Stuart penstcll for October; Mrs. Peter and Mrs. Jesse Grinds a daughter George Srticer to -- .-
will hold a cof fe card party on Wed I Cecilio for November, Mrs. W. J. By KAY PARIDIIETrc" Aug. 21. R. MeCammuck and wife ----- -- '
Lot 3, Treasure Trove. $4.000
Sailfish Club has issued
nesday Sept. 9. .t 10 a,m. at the I' Donovan December; Mrs. Lowell the citation for Sailfish a .w1 .. 25- -Admitted LouUe Trl- Nancy B Stuart and husband
clubhouse. I Tracy January; Mrs. George Con and following other varieties of fish through 1J\Y OF CONrUSIONI ay. Mrs Carl Schramnt and baby to( James R. Montgomery and YOURSJUST -
Mrs. J. Edward Book and Mrs. I rad February; and Mrs. Margaret the Stuart Chamber of Commerce: MC1IS J IL1)I.\IS girl, Fred Sanders R. C. Brown. wife, tot 7 of High School Sub. ;
: Heckler will be in charge of the I Arnold Jarrett and Rev. Newton division $20,000. FOR THE ASKING. .
George Kaufman, co-chairmen of final March party.? Topper Porter, Altamonte Springs, Students reunited Monday, Aug. Tweedy; discharged Calvin Wilbur Middlesex Corporation to Aura
this event, announce that table I I seven-foot, two-inch sailfish, GOT- 31, in the corridors of the" senior and Mrs Carl Porter and baby I
F. Jones lot ft. block I. section
prizes and door prizes will be giv-' dy Robinson Orlando, seven-foot, I girl It baa Ions been cur established policy to male the most
in Thanks school after the Estate! $lOCI.
City high long summer I'I'I I I. St. lucie
The chairman will be assistedby two-inch sailfish, while I I fishing I
en. in facilities and lervfoet' available to investor
vacation. In these' tame corridors, Aug --Admitted. Nora Walker Leon. Holler and wife to Mmtin complete -just
Mrs C E Dr IreneHaber the III, with
aboard
Reynolds To Storm "Maryhob
and Mrs. Walter Stokes I Helpers Bob Scnnuhcr the sophomores and new students Marjorie Dinkln and Annie County. Lot 17, III and 19" for the asking. So. to inert the varying) requirement of our
Captain tried in vain t to( understand! the Mae Grinds; discharged, none. block 173, Golden Gate Park
Advance reservations can be made I The Stuart City Commission James E. Wagner AUamonte maze of classrooms that seemed I Aug 27-Admitted, George $JUO. clients, we maintain separate department specializing la

by calling Mrs. Book at AT 7- I has thanked various persons and Springs, three-foot nine-inch wa- to all look alike The more concentrated I Meyers Albert Treher, Georgia Albert Siegfried to John Knauf Research Commodities, lilted and Unlisted Stocks, Corporate
I 5374 or Mrs. Kaufman at AT 7. organizations for outstanding work hoc, while fishing aboard the "Car. confusion was In the administration Justice Sue Sigler and! baby girl and wife Lot 13 Hob Hills $101), and Municipal Bond, Foreign. Securities, Mutual
4967 done during the hurricane last! tune," with Captain Louie Lunn. I building T h students i Grinds; diHcharited.: Dolly TomhnICIn Cooper Conmructlon Company(
This card party will be the first I week Randi i Dickinson, Fayetteville, N. : waited in line for hours to and tat! Hattaway. to Margaret M. llalpln. The North beds Underwriting, Option.
I in a series of !seven such events I At its meeting Monday nightit C. six-foot eight-inch sailfish rearrange schedule Aug. 2l"Admitted, Harry Baird 40 feet of the South 50 feet of lot
1 planned by the Woman's Club for instructed that letters be written I Kmtie Dickinson Fayetteville N. Dorothy Johnson, Myrtle Comer, 137. block! ) 12.9. Island! Heath Revised Investors seeking experienced: Investment guidance: wttt fad'
the coming >ear Mrs. Peter Ceo to( Florida Power and Light C., five-and-one-half-foot amber. MIVS SANDY!' MM: 'Ml 10 Orval Chcathain, C I lot l be l Id aItojnpsott. rut' No. 2. $2.000. our lUlled representative rtady to help. ....*. *.*

f cilia. wayjand means chairman[ !!.: u1bcrL.Bell. Chiej of Polite..; JaFk](, while fibbing i abpard: the INS:\ IBCL1: MVJORMIhSMis ..., ,, J4ik Yale Uroy Cor- U'Mia' C. Guthrie to Ronald W. I lit. i., M,'' t
'w scjve as gi.ncraTcoii''Uium fjr I jTk.se Taylor) radiuMaiioh" VvStp ;."Iran L," with Cf plain Pete Rob Ivy, Kobm William and Charlotte Hubw.' Inset: 2. Palm City Farms. \ oat )'outop'i fat wool' : f
these affairs. Future card party Dickerson Inc. and Street Soptr.1 ertson. Sandy Meyer of PompanoDcach Riley; 1'Ic'har: Georgia. arise. Tray section 20, 31 South, ', \

,chairmen will be Mrs. J, M. Hell. intendent.!. .. ..Paul !Meyers__ Stanley C. Roper, Winter Gardens MCIIS, majorettes will be lintnictmg from now until t b f Jane Love, Justice, rang 40 Eat town \
sailfish James Palmer Snot Carlherg, Sue Willard V. King and wife to '
i seven-foot one inch the clot of football seaion. The HIRSCH & ,CO. .
I ,
TO <" ,, eight-foot George W.sailfish Dorison!: ,ColonelWayne Orlando girls' are being taught both march Sillier and, Verna Ueorge Bowen Meyers.Aug. Albert Treher 5 Margaret feet of M.M 131'Halpm.and Ine the North South ........ ..... ruse p..e r..s a..e,m V......... .! t

OUR CUSTOMERS OF P. Utz Jr. Newport Va. routines and! feature twirling 29-Admitted\ Henry Mil- 10( feet of M 1318,. block 129, Island lot Mouth. SerMMTiKmt, Fort Planes ,

MARTIN COUNTY- sailfish while fishing aboard the the Miss NOrA Meyer(National i I. recognized Baton Twirling by. "kr, Virginia Skinner and LedlaIlolnses Beach Revised pint N",. 2. RUIDUSI9: OF KTUARr CAIL 1OLs>tHFCi. '
Gannct II," with Captain A. A. : discharged, John Doman, $3.700. A1LANIIC 74100MAIN
Whiticar Association: ) and spent her Nora Walker, then Burrows Mrs.Carl Robert O. Sahella and wife to --... -
Thank you for your patience-\vc arc Kenneth L. Knuunmee. summer teaching at various twirlIng Schramm and baby girl!, Mrs. Mlnneo Ubrlul and wife, lot OF"*1C'1.1: 25 Bred Elm, New York 4, N."'.

working hard to get our signs back in seven.foot, four-inch Kemp sailfish Joel camps" Jew R C.Grinds Brown.and baby girl!, and No. 36 apart of tract 3. block. 70 .. ---- ..- -_. ,
9L deli Inlet Farm $1,200.Fiorina
service . Our shop is here to serve Mmlcman Orlando seven-foot C1ARIBIL: HILL WASUOKKItU Aug. 30-Admitted, Nora Walk. B. Cave and Annrtla Listen to dally market new and average dial
four-inch sailfish while fishing ABOUT US J.3X; ( -Matlon WIRA 1400 on your
Anderson, and
er Larry Tommy Cave to Anne Y. Shepard Part
at all times. I Don't hesitate to call aboard the "Gulf stream," with j ........ w.. isaa
you The 'phone rang at The Stuart Blankenihlpt discharged Dorothy of government kit I, section 13, i awes e.s.sed. wawa s.ue Peu w
Von JourJan ..... ..,..
on us. Captain Carl Miller, Knoxville, Tenn., News office Friday morning and Johnson, A. B. kane and Virginia Township 37 South, range 41 East tae.pat 100M 1wi"eu a.
a familiar voice asked: "How did Skinner $100.
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Brkkey sounded at the moM lake the Parks, Ellen Rogers Agnes Laughlin -
six-inch sailfish while I I fishing L' TresUer. We .ie Bell
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speaker might be in Jensen Beach,
SIGN SERVICE) aboard the "Spray II," with Cap but it happened to be Clarihel 11f11l Agnes, lawrence Virginia Coop. I For all your Lawn cutting problems:

CITY tain Ray Young. In Seattle Wash" Mrs. Hill, wife en. William Rogers, Curtis Ban,

The dipper la a thrushlike bird of Ronnie the charlerboHt cap Charles Footer, Joanne Hall, Ilattie *
2S7-2WO that haunts the rock stream of tain, told! us that the Pacific Coattnewspaper Jackson and! LVwie Davis; diet POWER MOWERHEADQUARTERS wT
235 S. DIXIE IIWY. Alice
Europe and northern Asia. had made a big thing, charged Bishop, Jack Yale,

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trees trailers and the drive.in theatre MARRIAGE: IICK.NNK.1Maynard :

she told us that they Intendto F Dlxon to Pauline
return here four years from Barr, both of Riviera Beach.
YOUR now. "Hurricane or no hurricanes Carl U Cole. Stuart, to Llllie
GIVE ort ," added Clarihel. May Wilton,.. Hob I Sound. Expert
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BUDGET
I Soil Conservation News
use and Sell genuine Factory parts only

A B/ Lea CASON JR.

COMPARISON SALECOMPARE :
fan
I Robinson Groves, I Inc of Indiantown .hear that aupervlaor for the,. Dew .
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BOOST! 4 managed/ by Paul HcU&. district are to be elected soon THK Alt If.(, ...1IVItb
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co-operating Appointment art being made MOr M<>WJLAKNCINTJ
Soil Conservation Dhstrict,11W; ISLANDER? aar
with Fred 3? KOTO-HOB iww
district Paul Thomas, Burkey,
provides/ awls ,
a survey
With Extra Money Earned When aerial photo of the place, and facet and Wesibury 1 lo help Hum pw' riding mower MOOIA: r*. a itson
iical help requested with drainage, pan eonservalhw plan\ for their any

: You Invest At The Rate Of . Irrigation. and vegetative pratices. farm and ranches. Plan an to the market today
The furnishes
Martin
VCD Include land-in decision for eadIUl't Ia1 _
rumen ranchers"' and flower grower THM ALSO LNCLUDUI RIDING LAWN 1RAC10RS ,. cr
the above and related service and accompanying protective \jC\'ltt' '

ci'INTEREST through agricultural agencies: upon practice while In M.*. A request COMPARE WHAT YOU Cr.Ti 1tJl: :
reque* a* available was received from P L. Iftnaon"
A request by Spring Lake Real for toil information, legume; In 4 k.,. 31 hrh. ret HeeWi. atmeleal Vhe If. Unbl! If

Home. Hot* Sound for bream formation, and drainage aid. KaMwtfcl It. Prrrws! *

t /0 has and .been has In an eligible Euavation dug pond In nc;1 -A UKty--. -: KX1RA 1R.iCIH, T.. she... ..Bl.t afl ., she ..
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the fishpond began at the Junior IOIJV: |N BRKAK M tftfftna tU ......

COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY High School and wa dmcoMinucdthe Cigarette aftd whiskey. wen MORE II/ANCIJ/ : $' -A tUfY..sheel.r wheel h.., skoctrtBamhsg PHONE
to dragline- breakdown and token when thieve broke Ink theShop's
Mb. MUM a.y eOMr Wge eMfiag ev ,pMeaCTR1M
arrival
the of Hurricane Cleo. Lantern over the weekend.Cntrinc .
Offered to ....... .f llorUa 0.11.r' I 4642664t
Conservation TecnnicLm Robl was gamed by .breaking BKrifJI .** htye.4 the wheel tread, .ftntut IM
Raise and I. employed by Soil (CJOoo i a window, Sheriff Roy C. Baker fan* awmr t/f dMnMtune lee ftwM ., CMIK*( piMk.BXPI2RT .
terettion Service to aex* !the Martin and ifcputie Tom Wyatt aid
.SCO upcrvaors, spoke ta the James I Ml are investigating.
First Mortgage Corp MOWERS
I liwaJM*Club, Indiantown, on Au.. -- -- REPAIR: ALL MAKES
I :6. (Rain. told 01..DM etperience. M Poll IMRf"WRYIS
: the small watershed project near oir THE mr.v

Or STUART Tampa and I tcwk* on bnd-tne The ew S.u.rt"Jen *ii Buds ENGINE SALES

Ocaa Blvd Aero from It* Cottrthona Ia Sioart, Dial AT 74123 I and rtotectioa in MarU County Polk Directory; i it off the prea*. BACKIEL
East Floyd H.' --. Soil Conamr It KM 9476 personal! std bud.
: lion Iervk _hc lid aaswuag, net name* as Stuart, Jensen Beach,
:M1-,: !; Corny Atlantic A.... and ladies River Dr. la Ft. Ptoroaw Dial HO 141UIf the Agricultural CoMenaUna pro Eden t--. Gale CAean: Braze 3361 S. Federal Hwy. (US. No. 1) Fort Pi.Lf91it$1hr ;
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Donaldson home on Twelfth Street In. P.'riCI.y' Thursday, But roof causing considerable damage. drive ie wa a-shambki. The theatre lost two of its signs on U. S. land dpljari.!

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THE STUART (Fta.) NEWS Thursday, September 3, 1964 I Particularly Skiing and Lighting f Ii I

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I''r INDIANTOWN NEWSDINNER Sergeant Pearce Warns the ,


Boat Laws Will Be Enforced


FOR STUDENTS Congratulations Glenn Chad- Sergeant James Pearce of the and becoming entangled in the I
wick who celebrated his birthday
A dinner was held for the young last week. Florida Department of Conservation rope possibly drowning" said I
people going back to school Sun. who supervises enforcement Sergeant Pearce. ;a ;, :
day night Aug 30 at the Methodist Mr. and Mn Keith Mitchell in Palm Beach, Martin and St The lighting law requires that .
Church. The dinner was spontored visited in Miami Sunday Aug 30, Lucie counties, issued a warning any boat being operated on Florida %
by the Methodist Youth Fel with Mr. and Mrs Charles Mitchell today that safety laws will be rig waters between unset and li
lowship During the program: a idly enforced. sunrise must be equipped with a (
letter was written to David Leig- He called attention to two field red and green bow light and white a
bow who U stationed at Fort Jack- Cheryl Adriatic returned from of most flagrant violation: water aft light visible in all direction li lin I
ion David was a member of this New York Monday, Aug. 24 Het ailing and boat lighting. for two milea.CmMNEY .
church and a member of Methodist parents Mr. and Mn Ralph Adri- All boat towing water sklien t tI
Youth Fellowship before be ance, went on vacation to New must be equipped with a wide- S.WIFTS tI I
graduated and joined the Army. York to visit their ton James and angle rear view mirror In which MADE APPEARANCEWe i
Those attending the dinner were: family, where Cheryl l had been the skiier must be kept in view received reports at The Stu- I
Diane, David, Janet, and Kay staying.Indiantown. by the boat operator; or there must "
art News of an unexplained
Howard, Terry and Linda Nickle. I be an additional person in the boat appearance
Sandra Thomas, Mike and Patty Is quite proud of watching aha skuer at all time. of many chimney swim !
In
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Dentin, Mn. ill office It has t
longbeen
Betty Nickle, Mr. new post This It skier! I I
ruling to a
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Indiantown subscriber two Stuart
Howard, and Rev. Staptotoa needed and long been await +
'., ed. striking an obstruction or falling : readen and a Hobe Sounder called | .9 (
PERSONALS In to remark that they had never
Indiantown U busy these days seen the small swallow-like creatures l'l''J
Congratulation to Dennis and cleaning up after Clco. The most PRIVATE FLYNN IS in numbers before but that
Darrel Adams who Celebrated their damage was done to the fruit ABERDEEN GRAD i in the aftermath of the storm hundreds T
birthday Monday. Aug. 31 The crop, mainly grapefruit Several i Private Gerald R. Flynn, son of them were observed. Our (,
twin are eight year old. near tragedies occurred during the of Mn Martha J. Flynn Palm guest is that many chimneys were F
hurricane. Mr. and Mn Charles I flooded by the more than nine !
Mr City, hat completed a seven-w"'ek
and Mr* Frank Prevail hadas
Gordon were on their houseboat inches of rain that we received-
dinner guests Sunday, Aug 30, and the rising canal broke the ammunition stock record course and the swifts went out a little !
Mr. and Mrs. Hurley HarrcU of at the Army Ordnance Center and
the boat. earlier than usual.
ropes holding They were
South Bay and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- unable to get off until a member School Aberdeen Proving Ground,
leigh Hut of Lantana. of the Martin County Sheriffs The National Education Association r
Mr and Mr*. R. E. Beach and Department came to their aid After ing Flynn and the was trained of several in account office has a membership of 900- '
family Sylvia and Donald have they left the boat it lank. machines. He use completed basic i 000 with 92 per cent being classroom

returned to their home her for Congratulations Scooter Yod- training at Fort Gordon, Ga The teacher f
the winter months. er who celebrated hit filth birthday seventeen-year-old soldier attended Large male lions weigh up to ONE OF THREE pepper trees blown down at the Harry Donley office, Stuart half clogs street ;}
Mrs Frank Prevatt and Juanell Thursday Aug 27 Martin County High School. i 5,000 pounds _
Prevatt visited in Belle Glade Friday .
night, Aug 28. Juanell had a .
reunion with two of her former "
classmate, Lou Ann Martin and
Tereasa Wilder, both of the Belle
Glado area.
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Mr and Mr*. Hal Craton and
IOn, Chuckle, have moved back to :s I Is
Indiantown from West Palm


Beach.MUM Betsy Buoliltz ho* returned EVERY SCHOOL DAY ', i
to her home and school in Tam-
pa. Betsy II I the niece of Dr. W
W. Win, and worked in his office /
u nurse for the summer. Betsy
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Softball team. .,. .
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Mr. and Mr*. Harold Douglas
and family have an a 'guest this .t '. ( vJ! ) i
week; Mrs. Emma Nix of Okee- t ;
chobee.Douglas Mr mother.. Nix i 11 Mr*. Teresa THROUGHOUT THE YEAR'


Mrs Loy Dolt of Okeechobeo
was the guest of Mr. and Mr*.
Harold Douglas from Friday, Aug.

28 Mr.through and Mr Sunday.*. Earl Gleaton Sr. THOUSANDS OF F OUR CHILDREN

Terry and family have, Marline.returned. Dwayne home ,from and

i their vacation in New York their
oldest' ton, Earl. who wa. already
visiting relatives in New York, returned
horn with them

L A brotherhood association: I a.l
I meeting war held at the Dunklla

brotherhood Memorial Baptist of this Church.church The wan MOST CROSS MR; STREET

represented.the the Indian host. Most River There of Association the wa churches! a buffet were In i

upper for all who attended.Broth. ,
erhood men brought theta wives
a* guest Rev. Phil Maxwell wan t ti
the guest speaker.
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family Mr., and Evelyn Mn., Decline Jim Wright, Marylin and, f Careful observance of School I Zone .

Randy, Neal,, and Micky, return : \
{ ed from their vacation in Jacksonville I : Ii
Sunday, Aug. 30. :
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y anus Congratulations who celebrated to her Helen eleventh Be-; Traffic regulations can insure

birthday Sunday Aug. 30.

i Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Mitchell > '
and Mr and Mrs. Mike Mitchell their safety ,
and son. Wade, were guests of \
their parents, Mr. and Mr*. Keith .\u.
Mitchell Friday Aug. 28.
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Vickie Youngblood and Donald A PUBLIC INTEREST MESSAGE FROM
Couney spent Friday Aug. 28 "
in Bartow with Mr. and Mr*. Ralph .
Avera. They also visited Barbara


Cochran At Pilgrims: CharlestonThe formerly Land of Indhtnl wft. THE CITY OF STUART ::':



Pilgrims have landed at t;:

Charleston two of! them AFB have.S. C. At least, :

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It was a happy reunion recentlyfor .
Airman Third Class Sylvia L.
Pilgrim and Airman First Class
Earl J. Pilgrim, daughter and the WorldI.A
ton of Mn. I. V. McOlamerv of Sailfish Capital of
I Indiantown, when Sylvia received
I Charleston out of more than 250 .
U. S. Air Force installations, for
her initial duty assignment. p ; .1 ,.. ,
Earl bal been stationed at the -
Military Air Transport Service baseS
a* a Jet engine mechanic l since
S September 1962.
Sylvia, a 1963 graduate 0 f
Okeechobeo: High School entered
the service in May and after ba-
Uc training a* a member of the
Women In the Air Force (WAF)
at Lackland AFB Tex. wa bop-
lag to go to technical training
IMI ooL Unexpectedly, however she
was assigned to Charleston for
training and duty u a supplyspecialist

The two whoso father James
H. Pilgrim reside on Route 2,
Hampton Ga. an still figuringthe
odd of their receiving the same
bane of assignment and more than
that wondering mathematically\
'what the chance are of another
brother, Airman Second: Class Walter
H Pilgrim, now assigned to
England AFB, La, also coming:
to Charleston.

Rome' dry Council ha au-
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i Grateful l Martin County Is Completing Clean-up Task I





s torm Run-down it Air Patrol were on the job helping their way out be ,'re arrival of ..1 easilv erectedVilliamaon. but most of the dllma confined I in the county. caused several millions in damages -
clear roads and streets before city and county mopping up crews \ said] that telephones to trees and .tum, One I Area flower farm* suffered an here, or the fierce 19)3 hurricane -
the storm had subsided I Power and uicphone repair remained m service: during t b e nursery reported! a $10000 loss I uncalculated kIM of expensive; plio 'which left demolished
Roland Loader Coast!! Auxiliary pow' worked through the storm I atoms and that water was not otf. A l large royal palm' crashed film. coverings: and much damage bujWw and filled
Thursday BlowMartin weather man who raised! two eight-I and a few hardy motorists were Power went off at 7:45 a.m. on across! the homo of Floyd Don- I to young plants home and s
On foot black square on red burr!. noted on U. S. I breasting the Thursday In some parts of townit oldson on Twelfth Street causing Port Salerno losses were moat- refugee center
can flags on the shore of the St. !. eighty-mile gusts (One) sedan was was back on by 9 p.m.: in other extensive damage the Donald ly in tree and shrubbery\ There
Lucie at his Rocky Point home, observed on tho ode' of U. S. I not until 1 1:30 am. Friday son's were not at home during the was minor boat damage ANNOUNCING
tremendous
Martin County was grateful that it 'was spared
south of Stuart Thursday after Some green citrus fruit was storm
told a reporter Friday morning Hobo" Sound and the Town of REOPENING
mage in the recent hurricane. No direct injuries were reported. that he believed winds reached noon with its hood peeled back 1 blown front the trees in mature A large cabin crui..er'n Under bright blue skies and fluffy 'white clouds (and around-the- 110 to 120 miles an hour in gusts by the blow. Water covered many groves However, no damage was I Mr Bray of Palatka broke its storm with flying colors Mont MIRJLAINK: KENNELSJohn
ck on Friday night), county, city and professional! clean-up crewsja4ve straight in from the inlet A bent I roads, but recediii rlipio.lly.RainflU reported in the thousands of acre mooring on the South Fork and damage", was to trees and shrubs/ ,
just about completed the job of picking up after Cluttering Cleo. steel flagpole and storm flags! was' estimated at in excess of new citrus plantings in the area. drilled into the Palm City bridge! None of the lush homes along R. Moslejr' ,. Mgr.
.The ctwft-. were nut ht: I torn to ribbons told a mute storyof I of 9.24 inches: North Stuart and Jensen Beach where it was heavily damaged Millionaire Row was reported Boarding l>ny Week
ntrees from streets a r wanly the fury of the storm. Complete calm settled over In- areas counted their share of against the pilings A !section of I damaged, Month
'roads while Cleoi last gusts were I canes go, being approximately 100 Power went off before 10 a.m. I diantown for one /tour and fifteen trees shrubs and television! antennas roofing was blown from the Waters In the St. lucio and '
infolding Thursday, and continued miles Gale 'winds began damaged by the storm Palm City Grocery. Several ga Indian three four O..dcm! : 1'raintngirusimtrsg
across. Wednesday as trees snapped pow minutes beginning at 12:13 pm. River rove to
through Saturday. "We're j just t here at around 8:30: a.m. Thursday er lines to the north and south i according to captain Johnny Mancha I the Biggest daRlIJC1011111'of the *'ise 'was in rages also lost sections of roof.hlrs feet, but did minor docks damage ( "
eastern
about back to normal now," said and increased I in intensity: in Along with loss of power went at indiantowi: Manna and to Stuart Drive-In part Theatre county which R. Williams St. lu At no time did the storm approach Saul! s,1 ledvr.il 1 Highway
Cbunty Engineer Fred Bell Tues I. gusts up to 100 miles. an hour failure of the Stuart municipalwater Yacht Club. He wid that the e>e was completely by the Cie Vista, l between Palm I City I the tb5-miJo-an-hour Intensity Fort fierce Phone 464-JJ7I
dRNurserymen around noon, with fierce winds supply Power m some section of the storm brought with its calma onslaught of the wind and Gull Harbour culled in to of the 1949 blow 'which: '
and other equippedth continuing until about 3:30: p.m. and water in the Stuart system partially clear skI through which say that damage there hud beenextensive. -
? heavy machinery and gaso It took seven hours for the blow : were restored about 9:30: p.m. the outline of the sun could be All that Is kft of the theatre'sgiant She lost almost all her
I screen i i. a pile of concrete fruit trees and noted thut a tree
Martin I County from the Martin Memorial
to Hospital seen
cross operated -
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south to north, and the center: of through its emergency generating As official weather record keeper
(Fibers should be no shortage of the storm was reported as three equipment. at Indiantown Captain Man-I belonging to the theatre locatedon almost demolishing it, lime other
:,hardwood' this 'winter !. miles southwest of Port Salerno, I Some 500 cha reported a too wind velocityof U. S. 1 were destroyed About Instances of can being pinned beneath I ILIIDI.Nl'OWN
'ive miles southwest of Stuart and 11ilDc'' : 100 mph: low the only unable things left at the fallen trees reported
10 Weather''WK* Martin Countians, shelter in Red htsrO jbafn theatre are the auto speakers Low were
"Warned of the impending blow as i it Indiantown. which: received the official shelters, and Martin County sure of 289 to the driv.-in was unestimated.There .-- 1
tt advanced through the CanbJbcun worst 'winds and reported the: sheriffs deputies assisted I in amounting to Hi .inches St Lu 7yi
lowest barometer reading cie canal rose three feet and remained was extensive! damage on
started putting boats in bur- evacuating scores of persons from Stockholders in
mcane harbors and hauling them5ahore The lowest!! barometer reading low-lying subdivisions. d up almost ten hours, he Jensen! Causeway when waves dug
Wednesday afternoon. was 28.9 at Indiantown, with :29.05 Contrary to expectations, beach reported. under. .the west bridge.causing a
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fifteen foot wide ten foot Plea
JP Most business buildings in Stu- it Palm City and 29.38 at WSTU, erosion damage was fairly light There was no damages to jachls washout the entire width of the Judgment on
fart 'were boarded up tight/ by nightfall ; official 'weather station Skies i A life-guard shelter was blown' in the marina except tor some torn causeway 4 ors ) Irlh'' OGI) fn
i Wednesday with pre.fabricated cleared for over an hour at Indian- down at Jensen Bathing Beach canvas.: Grove
shutters made ready ever since thedevastating town, but not at the other areas, and three or four feet of sloping Before the eye appeared 'wind Two other wuxhmitone on I Litigation I
hurricane of Aug 26 One "official weather report" from beach was taken off the top of the were from the north. After 'itpassed Murphy RoaJ which was fairly I FIRST METHODIST
11949-almost fifteen years ago to Miami placed the center exactlyover bathing area Expected: giant sprays the wind direction was guest! used' and a minor one on : Majority stockholders! In Port
fa'Vlay; As weather reports became Stuart at shortly after 12:30: from combers at the House ofRefuge' southerly and 'with the velocity Fox. Brown Road were reported Mayaca Groves Inc. have filed
more ominous, with the storm advancing but Stuart residents knew better rocky shore "did not greater Damage front the three county a motion for' a summary judgment KINDERGARTEN
upon Miami and Fort because the wind was raging in develop and Director Stephen Damage: 'was minor in most of wa hout' Is not expected to exceed in a suit Involving the groves and
Lauderdale where it did multimillion gusts of seventy-five t o eighty Schmidt reported damage there Indiantown except in Booker :0KK:! ), a minority stockholder. RO.\U
j dollar damages aa it swept miles an hour at the moment "mainly to shingles on the roof"A Park where a numher of roofs. Trailers In Jensen Beach had Hyman I L. Roncnfeld, Canadian
I in from the sea, home owners here There was no official wind-read few small boats 'were sunk were relieved of l and their share of damage but were realtor, and a minority stockholder
[boarded up and fastened shutters ing here because the wind gauge and one large cruiser broke loose where the roof of a f former fertilizer stoutly moored and did not overturn. in the groves Is suing the majority
[through the night. at the WSTU 'weather station 'was and pounded-against. Palm City plant 'was carried some 200 Mont damage 'was to cabanas stockholders to allow him
Early Thursday morning, with blown awry early in the storm. bridge. ,fees .- by.the,.IDI1. The plant operating to examine the groves books and
[the Miami radio stations off the Radio station WSTU stayed on The Jensen Beach Causeway under tho nan rtand Sank Large plate glass 'windows were records and to quv"iolthe grove
[air downed by the storm, 'wealthier the job on an around-the-clock: basis suffered erosion! damage. Builders, was not working, but its blown in at Warne'.67ranrra
reports broadcasted from relaying weather reports, serving Approximately a score of smashed doors were open which mad it and )U'I I General Grocery. A pM nI. their motion for a summary IJegllm7"tTUESDAY
Washington, D. C. and relayed as liaison for Red Cross and house trailers were reported in I easy for Cleo to pick up its metal glass window In vacant slot in judgment the respondents asked
[locally over WSTU warned this Civil Defense and reporting steady the county's mobile home communities roof and toss it nearly 1(10( yards the shopping center was also blown for a "summary' judgment In their SHPTEMBHIl 8TII
[area to prepare for winds of over progress of the storm After power and hundreds of light The framework of a building out.On favor and against the realtor upon!
1)00 miles per hour as the hurricane failed, they operated on an emergency cabanas and awnings were ripped being erected for WV Lumber AIA between Jensen Beach the ground. that there l l's no genuine 8:30: to 11:30:
[ continued its steady advance generator and then reports off. The roof on one home in a and Building Supplies was gently and the county line several large issue as to any material fact"A lor KtgMralloN. or Informalha Call .
flip the coast: at an estimated for- were received through' battery operated subdivision south of Stuart collapsed eased over from north to south trees were down across the road hearing on the motion hasbeen
Kard speed of fourteen miles per radio receivers which sold Many roads and streets Jack H. Williamson of the lumber blocking. traffic scheduled for 2 ".m.. Oct. MILS. U. P. GOTTRON AT 7-2714
[hour. I like hot<:akes before the storm. were choked with fallen trees and company said! that no trusses I Palm City, nearer the eye' of the 12 by Circuit Judge C Pfeiffcr CTiunh Office AT '.USt I 1
It was a small storm, as hurri! Many young members of the Civ- some home owners had to saw were broken, and that it could be storms took a beating from Cleo rowbrulge. 'I 7 I
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;-8 TRJ> 9TUART (F1a. NEWS TUunday. September. 3, 1964 I CHIT CHATS a another ,in Ni nh ( .'u 1"

The R B. McKims are back HOBE SOUND NEWS Mrs Ellen names h""sSd 0 ,I r
in their home on Roeky Point Es home after twelve d.II'l 'I i
I PORT SALERNO NEWS MftS. EVA: CAMPBELL. Comopoadent 546-3911 11ft Maw Memorial H. M!,'nituny .'y'
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late.Mr. ,
iiHSvn II 1raNn4 fIae. she !II"' Oct tic, )
and Mr. .. Doe Lowry who tenc
I her any
MRS. MARY BROWN, Cmrcpomlenl AT 1-1996 have .base !Mf' In the Keith I mt
Bowen cottage on Seventh Street. Any boy interested '1w, ,
haw arrived in Toccoa (ja.. where C D.: Zone Director a wnm for working for (the t ,) ,
DOROTHY HITE TO fourth Mrs! Frances Palm: fifth, Mr. Lowry will enter Toccoa Falls ber of Commerce max c.dl M I
IIFAlJ PTA Rae Warn; ,sixth Walter Peterson; Bible Coliue. Mrs.. 'Lowry before Matocwy at <46-'i227:!:! N.Iurday '[,; 'I
Busy day are ahead at Port Salerno principal Walter Paterson secre- her marriage. June 20 war Betty + .t .
Eleflfttrtary. School sinew students Wyrs. Bill Roger: cafeteria Ann Damrbft of Stuart Praises Citizens '
started. e4aw this week. Mrs, Lucille Howard and Mrs Word has been recessed! ""I 1 f
The Port Salerno Joyce Lowe, custodian, Fred C. Donald Austin has returned death. of a former HoK' s'resident. ;"+'"1
er AsuoKtetion will Parent install Teach home after a visit to Martin Memorial M Dale Mallta. Civil' Defense staff at the shelter aMi.",herf *J Thomas W. Stiles. v',|
James (Dorothy) Hite Mr Pioneer School: Ella Burkett Hospital : kr director for Zone 4, writes his cleanup afterward. On the staff died in the veteran hospitalPetersburg. 1 I
at the fiN nwtl\t of as the president new and Adele Saliha; custodian Congratulations are in order I appreciation to Hobe Sound del were Mario Delude and Freak Va.. Aug I 17 He
school year, ThufSfay, Sept 10 George Brown. for Mr and Mrs William Bram- spa tens for their help during" the visitof Carr.Roy buried In Empona Va.
Everyone is Invited to attend Hurricane Cleo. Hit Tetter follows Randall For radio supplies
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at 7:30: pm. The faculty of theschool meier of Lime Tree Drive in Hibiscus Mr and Mrs. S. B. Thayer) t'f.
: this meeting no as to meet and : for the shelter area and assistance
will alto l be introduced.List Park. They era the proud\ : from their vacation. T>>
know each other. Chairmen for 26 1964. other with returned
te-half. On Wednesday, Atig in supplying
of teachers parents(! of an elght-and-<<
and weck In Philadclp'!
three
personnelare : I
PTA committees are also! being. I when Hurlcane Cleo was announced radio equipment. and radio contact
15
follows pound baby boy born Aug at Ming hi, '
as : with Mr. Thayu I
filled and anyone intcreMcd i n Mr. as a possible threat to the with downtown Hobe Sound.
First grade, Mrs Dorothy Heagyand helping as a chairman or room I and Martin Mrs.Memorial Al Bauer,Hospital also of Lima I s' I Florida East: Coast mainland, the William Schneider. Ray Good er. R asset: and two friends week. in Sj;I I
Mrs Franco Oliver, second mother please contact Mrs. Hite Tree Drive are the proud grandparents ;> a e a<< Usual' precautions began by all man and Warren Gamble-For N. C. visiting
Mrs! Lela Keith and Mrs Rosetta at AT 7.2564 or call the school residents of thK area. Rescue Squad-
Fritz: third, Mrs Carol Schwarz a.; .. supplying radio BISHOP ON HONOR
: office 4"-" wpyt : Throughout the entire day If Ambulance service to all persons
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Blackman children
Mrs Rubye and + one looked closely he could observe in the area and for radio contact Carroll W h
Bishop \ '
) and Mrs Ellen Lowe and < "" !' I. a small group of people workIng with the local government private
Fort
ChafU'
children visited In Tidahkwee this i' other was stationed at
like heavers on projects who
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past week with Mrs.' Bluckman's than their own property. These It was this group of people Ark., with the 6th Signal Co,
and 1give
Mr. and A. P. Tucker of f fi made mv lob unnecessary, pany of the 509th Signal Ratt..
Mr
parents "' {.'. L., ;. people deserve a great amount
They also visited In Moultrle, \, credit i and" it we were very lucky thanks to them all and hope ion, Is now stationed at F 0 I
(.I.. and Wakulla. While! there I "','iI',4,' l !', V : '" that the storm did not cause such that everyone In this area appreciates Huachuca. Ariz. with the sane
Harriet Lowe celebrated her eighth i )YV "IA'Mf tl J b ,j'' 0, a great amount of damage, we their efforts unit He was recently chosen; from
birthday with t party which was "'tV( 4a. '< should not forget that it could have. M Dale Malita. his company for the honor jinij: |
ttl ,.' ., rifle !squad for military flmcralyw.tesMw'.p" \
enjoyed by all 1 : 'l. I 'I Thi small group of persona set Zone Director No. 4
t.'t.d'1: : j6 d v 'WI li)> t communications for ,.
Phillip Brown, son of the $d. 1 A'itM!. (I' /'. ,, I, up our emergency area the Red Crow-Civil Defense :
win Browns in Hibiscus Park, is .....I : ,\ f .. ....... :-.i shelter, and maintained it PERSONALS IN MFMORUM
leaving Tuesday for Florida State It. .. ,. of Thchna I. Outcalt
*4 v At Mbaa I s '. :;:> for a twenty-four.hour period. The three weeks of vacation In memory -
University in Tallahassee Phillip For their efforts that made our who passed away ScplemKI
... ) AND MRS. VTILILVM D. RFX7ISTFRMcPhersonRegfster planned by the Marvin Croweswas
.w. will be a seniot this year. MR. hobo Sound shelter and Red I I. 1963
BIG I Mr and Mrs Dorininey McPhcr- Cron-Civil Defense action a success abruptly cut to two weeks up- The Family of
Thaaa son and children, Joyce Knight WeddingWas I would like to thank them on the advent of Hurricane Cleo Thelma, I, Outcalt
SCREEN each and one. Mr. Crowe, they spent '
I lllej< and Steven Skellmger' have returned every Still says ----- -
TABLE I es home after attending the wed- Rev. Dickson j and the. entire I
V R ding of Dorothea McPherson to Held Aug. 22 AlbanyMiss shelter staff-For maintaining the
MODEL William Register in Albany Ga. shelter area and a twenty-four-hour Exclusive In
service for the Hobe
While there, they visited with an. Joy Dorothea McPhersonand derpuff sheath Her accessories included Sound telephone ambulance service and forgiving Martin Countyonly

1A.nevi. other daughter, Mrs Allan W. Airman Second Class WilliamD. a matching feathered hat continuous radio communication wi can give
...a.nas Russell and family, Register exchanged their nup. and white carnation corsage.A to central Hobe Sound. the famous
COMPARE $tT AOAINST ALL ttSSfflOTHERS..jAHtWHERE..OM tial vows and rings in an after memory candid decorated the Our local physician-For supplying
noon wedding ceremony Saturday, table of the bride's book. uninterrupted radio contact
ANY CHANNEL! Aug. 22. at the Sherwood Baptist The traditional three-tiered wed to tha Hobe Hilts Estates area, EshaPROTEIN'
Church at Albany Ga. The service ding cake was trimmed with pale sn/for making himself so readily
.. IiiDIJACK'S was conducted by the Rev J. C. pink roses on white and topped bya available for any medical emergency WAVE
AeafsndUHFTUHFTsaeselnTkh.oiaanlofkspuad11l2Sl10aar$19995 Bradley of Albany. bride and bridegroom that may have arisen.
roe ehwds (denies i'*nii) *Ollt lit VHF Gas The bride is the daughter of The bride left on her honeymoon James D. Graham-For helping Our hairdressers are especially trained
*SUtlc-tTN"Gddee nntf It!MiM Mr and Mrs. Dorminey McPherson attired in a frock of pink to set up radio contact with the molten of ESKA. Protein Wave
GULF of Port Salem The bridegroom linen; her accessories were of necessary person in the county by
CHI:!! < is the of Mr and Mrs. white white In advanced creative waving methods
@ MOST TRUSTED NAME lr TELEVISION son including a ,corsage.On and for supplying continuous radio
STATION Felton C. Register of Albany. that make a fashionable difference for
their return from Jekyll Island contact with the northern Hobe
Preceding the marriage a prelude Ga, they will make their Sound area. a tmtomdtgntd/ permanent of unequalled -
Frank's TV; & Appliance All SrYl". Guaraoid of piano music was played. home in Albany, until. Sept. 21. at Ray Mancil-For supplying beauty call us for your S O
Jack Sanndersoo' OWMT Candlelight glow on a background which time Airman Second Class necessary persons with radios and E ka Protein Wave appointment today.
AlA Port Salerno AT 72038"mtpvw of palms centered with Register will be sent to Belgium.. supplies in Hate Sound and for Reg. $15.00 Special Price
725 COLORADO A1T RNUE I a 287-3456 __ white bridal flowers made a lovely Mrs. Register plans to join him in the watchful eye kept on our shelter -
n setting for the "bride given in marriage December.The while on duty as a Jupiter Powder Puff Salon
by her father bride Is a graduate of Mar. Island policeman. Beauty

The bride's .bullerina.J 0 nit II tin County High School present- Jim Holt of our County ,Sheriffs NEAR STUART POST OFFICE
gown was of nylon I lace over Iy employed at Phoebe'utn'ey' Department-for his patrolling and
taffeta with scalloped scoop Memorial Hospital of Albany. Air- checking the shelter area as well Managed by Virgie Davis
neckline, trimmed with iridescent man Second Class Register is a as all of Hobe Sound.
117 E. 7th St., Stuart, Phone 287-4983
sequins on long pointed sleeves graduate of Camden County HighSchool Troop 171 of the Boy Scouts- .
The full shirred: .skirt i fell fromuiLTpvu l In Woodlme' Qa For the scouts who served an the
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s wa t M"'nsea opt '
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hem twdoped up It the sides to
reveal sequined appliques.' Her ballerina -

i' veil was of silk tulle with _.... . .. ., .
pearl trimmed coronet. The bride's
only jewelry was a small pearl
pendant She i carried a bouquet ,
of white carnations, lilies of the
valley and cascading satin ribbon
over her white Bible
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Miss Joyce Knight of Port Sa-
lerna was maid of honor. Her
gown was of mint green net over
taffeta clasped at the waist/ by
white satin sash and a flat bow
at the back, A gathered overskirt -
I of embroidered net with scalloped
hemline finished the skirt.
a. Her accessories were In white She
carried a curved bouquet of shaded
pale pink, mums entwined with
r .r
it pink velour leaves and satin rib- 1



Don't: gamble. with his health bons.Airman Jr It. of Charleston Second Connecticut Class S., John now C, .stationed Ak ABario I I The name of the


V Force Steven Base Skellmger, was the and bent!Leonard man.


SEE YOUR DOCTOR both McPherson of Port the Salerno bride's served brother.a I

u ushers.
The brido'i mother was attiredIn is !
a pink floral Jersey frock with game savings

Of coarse Ufclea are subject to. many minor hrltatlom that tan b* tomctMl by white accetsories Her corsage: was

tender. loving mother* caN but, whenever bnby'a condition .la In the .lead doubtful of The white mother carnations.of the bridegroom

fcy all ateana, |et in (ouch with year doctor .. 'once In maul canea lilt tan probably was attired in an aqua floral pow-

comet the altualkw with 6. Ihnple mcdicallon which we im equipped to ppar

sadly M dlrectei. In my ewe, thla la an SMMC* III prevention" you must (ak.. CASFS FILED IN

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(Chancery)
PROMPT DEPENDABLE Robert E. Carroll vs. Hilda K.
Carroll divorce; dismissed.
i Palm City .Company vs. Mike
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 2arella and Lens Zarella his wife,
and Bruce O. Leighton and EthelM.
Leighton. his wife, and Perm-
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wood Farm Inc., quiet title; Crary,

Crary and Crary. w... give you the sweetest deal of the year right now
A Joann & Mehrm v% William on "64 Super Torqua Fords, big winners by far In the
SALES & RENTAL M. Melvin ditorce; Bealt Beall. '64 NASCAR stake*. and the smoothest strongest
1 and Brophy. steadiest car in their/ eUsa.
Fred A. Hiimbentone v*. National
HOSPITAL SUPPLIESBEDS Brand I no., temporary restraining :
/ order; T. C Hook .
Florida IXMUI Service Inc. vs.
WHEELCHAIRS CRUTCHES
Mabel Broomfield mortgage fort-
; closure; Elton Schwan.
Claude Davis vs. Katherine Elizabeth o
_ Davis divorce; R. J. Ran ,

dolph." Come get value! .phi lot your present ear Our pKtal y.ar-.nd deal lower your ante
PHONE 287-3443 Elizabeth May Rooker Turnervs. ; ,",,, and hit the saving Jackpot with a '64 on a '64 Fairton, already low-pnced tor a
Lester Woodrow Turner Jr., ..* Fsteon-winnar in both It* classes at tilt middle.tlz* earl Get family size! room.
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uniform reciprocal act. transferred Mont Carlo RaHyt. epo tsar'fed 0 and 11..1
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THE STUART Ha.) NEWS Thursday, September 3, 1964 4'' Tabcbuia Group Vernon und Stevenst. ",

: Petersburg were visitors J "
Meets Sept. 4 Sunday. They plan u ,
' I I Stuart on
SOCIETY NEWS The Tabcbuia Group of the Garden I I turn ,uut wit his parents Mr ,dI !
,I Club of Stuart has poMponed I I Mrs *... C. Crews, on Labor I aril.
its meeting date front Sept. 2 to'I \scckend.
' Friday Sept. 4, at 10 a.m. Mrs
f 'I Richard AiKlreasen'n home i In t i
Krueger Estate will be the meet- :
ing place with, Mrs. Fred Neibling t InsuredI

.. and Mrs. Donna Simmons serving

idyl I as John co-hostesses.E. Bonert will be the I I ?

: guest speaker and will talk on I
"Sprinkler Systems and Grasses.! .
Mrs. Robert KoMer.! president
said "the Tabebuia's yearbook for
J 1964-65 will be distributed t 0

I, members at the meeting." L

DORCAS CLASS
I
!MET ON TUESDAYThe .
Itt'tnh'Ialln'r to Itchi e'r''
Dorcas Sunday school class
I of the First Baptist Church held I
its regular monthly meeting Tuesday '
ri rir' Aug. 25, at the home of Mrs.
+ Z. T. Motley Sr. with Mrs. Nellie
.I Martin as co-hostess." "
1sAr' "4 Mrs. L. C. KicUilcr, vice presi

? d dent, presided. She also gave the
devotional.Mrs. '
Charles Reynolds, program .
s.
chairman had charge of the pro. ,.-/A0
gram. A fellowship period was en.oyed. __ .. _
I Refreshments were served -- ')\ -'
by the hostesses. Thirteen mem MEMBERS: : of the League of Women Voters prepare posters to be Mrs. Ed Thayer, who shows one of the posters to be used in the r.# ",, "'<";.J'I ':
bers and four visitors were present used in the forthcoming: drive to register voters. I In the foreground drive. Others are Mrs. Jim Hutchinson Mrs. Pickett Warren ---_ ;iii?! ""='=.-Ii. l... ,

are Mrs. Stephen Schmidt, Mrs. Charles Zihlinan, and Mrs. Jim Minter, Mrs. Mary Hartman and Mrs. Fred Hall. :! .' "' :Ai
', !MRS. KSCOrF: HURT ,;-; ,"- (11'''
,. NOW RECOVERING: ----.. : +
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Mrs. Jennie Escott of Eden who IHI: '
11 Heads
,P' I Mrs. Minnehan Names of
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.. suffered head Injuries in a fall t
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d> r ? 4d j. at her home Monday. Is recuperating .. ., to

/, 't" at the home of her son, Fred Committees 'Eight and Forty'The '
Escott where she will welcome .ff
I. "
: ;rty visitors. ,; Martin County Partner Makal. publicity with coworkersMrs. "T r yT1
,
a a + 'f';''''''' 10 GUILD TO HOLD of the St. Lucie County Salon No. I Harold Mason of Vero Beach j&iriftt' ;

'; t' :,. A CARD PARTY 643, were hostesses to the Eight I and Mrs. Emma McCue of Jensen
x and Forty at the monthly meeting Beach.
The St. Joseph Guild will holda held at the Jensen Beach American The partnership!/ chairman reported -
card party at the communityroom Legion Hall.Mri. a third of the membershippaid
01# .,.it .It. In the First National Bank I Roland Minnchan, la up for 196465. -
building on Thursday, Sept. 17, at Ii i .' I the meet. The forty-third annual I La I
presided during
MISS KA1IIRYN IIFA1'ON. daughter of Mr. and Mm. John P. i p.m. Admission will be nomi .. '. chapeau Thirteen were Marche Nationale will be held! :
Heaton of Jensen Beach, graduated on Aug. 9 from St. Vincent's nal. Mrs. Olin Booth will be chair. ing. from the partners tri-county organization represented in Dallas Tex., Sept. 25-26 following -
School of Nursing in Jacksonville. She was honored by being man. Please bring your own cards. I Mrs. Minnchan appointed the American Legion convention .

chosen "Miss St. Vincent's? of the 1964 clans by the faculty, ,'" id f ,l I her commitee chairmen for in that city.
Miss Heaton is a member bf one of Martin Counties pioneer Dr. and Mrs B. D. Brown. De. I the year! Mrs. Larry Finegan of The next monthly meeting will
troit had
families: and Is the granddaughter of Mkt. Ernest L. Ricou. She Avenue Mr. as their guests Vero Beach partnership and who be held at the American Legion J: :
Monday and Mrs. C. B. ,
graduated from St. Anastasia at Ft. Pierce in t 1961. Wood and IOn of Osceola Ark., I is also! preparing. the new year- Hall in Vero Beach on Sept. 25. ;
-- ----- ----------- ------- Knife: Mrs Joseph De Mambroof I
who were en route to the Florida :
rtPi rce'child
welfare Mrs.
r ;
Keys for a vacation. I Joseph Makal Fort Pierce, secret

'You i must depend Members of the Masons' and pal; Mrs. William Middle ton, constitution NOW 'P DOLtZVc

Order of Eastern Star held their I and bylaws; Mrs. Fred
f Hanson, rituals and emblems; Mrs. !
; % annual
s family picnic and get-to Frank Mrs. The GREAT >c
Spetz scholarship;
gether Sunday afternoon at the I
on {your pharmacist. I I Jane Livermore sunshine all of Greeting Card f4n
I Crary's Camp on the South, Fork. .
Jensen Beach; MM. Makal of Fort -uaw +

You miwi depend on' your pharnwkl lo Interpret Mir.. Sandy 'jtujke left Tuesday j Pierce press book; Mrs PaulTausch \ -==..-.rCall
ROSA 1I.ttOS1'F.LUR: : Fort Pierce, Mrs
projects
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your doctor's liutrucllon perfectly Our long ex I for Gainesville to resume her SALEALL
ptrlence In this field hi your assurance of our studies at the University of Flori .---- ===
reliability Mt sue always' ready to serve you. da. She U a junior this year and Rosa Lee Mosteller Is to Wed Ice Cream Cake
I Is majoring in education. CARDS

Mr. and Mrs. John Ickes, Sunshine I Noble Lee Rains in FebruaryThe For Their TeamLast

Parkway had as their guests the
Friday evening members
this pant weekend; Mr. and Mrs engagement of Miss Rosa Merritt Island! Launch Area, Cape of Harold Johns Post No. 62 inc
Fred Glancy und Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mosteller and Noble Lee Rains Kennedy. honored their baseball team withan BILLBERRY

Jerry Glancy and. daughters- ol _.been anruuoUitJv. Jwr tar ,Hiip( js jhe son of Mr. and I Ice cream and.cake party.nViee .
Hartford City, Ind. Mrs. Noble Rains Donald lint hm'.e -tint Pkklns
ents. Mr. and Mo. Ross E. Mot ofjpocou, former Commander Klrkpatrick
I : : 'residents of Grove City, Pa.. presented! members of the team Unite They Lad'
Mrs. Harold Sayk" of Jupiter teller, 8)9( Cleurluke Road Cocoa.
( where he graduated from high with i American Legion bronze STOCK UP ON ALL CARDS
Island was the' guest Sunday of The MoKtelleri are former residents school. He served three years in I baseball! : medals "Skip" Hall was FOR ALL OCCASIONSVALENTINE'S
:J J'L Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brown of Sent of Martin County and Miss the Army which included a tour voted by the team as the player
Inolo Avenue.Here Moslcller attended Stuart Elementary 1 of duty in Germany and was a who had done the most! for the AGENCYPhone
I from Moultrle Ga., for School. She was a memo helicopter flight engineer. He recently team and was awarded a gold I
a visit with Mrs. R. L. Callahan I Icr of the 1964 senior class of received his discharge! andis medal. BOOK A RECORD allot'tan 287.0966
f and family are her sister and broth. Cocoa High School and graduatedwith I now employed by Blount Broth. The parents of the team members EAST OCEAN BLVD.CIw.J .
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. N'I honors, is now employedwith e,,' Construction Company of were also! present. All Day W.d.d.y. 620 Colorado Ave

Jenkins. the Kennedy Space Center I Merritt Island. -- -- -_ .______ _u__ _
Communication Project at the A February wedding is planned.! Mrs.
I' Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. Smith n I Mr. and I. C. Williams
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a have returned home from Way daughter, Kim, and son Carl, re
&' 4r r i I M l a r Cross Ga.. where they visited turned last week from Lexington
: their daughter and son-in-luw, Mr. Wide Variety of SubjectsIn Ky., where Mr. Williams attended 11/
..-.,;. ,:... I and Mrs. T. L. Cook and their I the summer session at the Univer '
Stuart Drug Aero from R. R. Station 217-1822 little son. Tommy who is one sity of Kentucky. During the ten '
I year old. New Library Books"France f weeks they were away they aho
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in West
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Reborn" by Robert it is an understated, perceptivesmall
Aron. A lucid objective and com .
I masterpiece."Kingdom
Mrs. C. C. Kelly her daughter
YOU CAN SEND prehensive history of the liberation of Illusion' by Edward Mrs. Robert Bemenderfer and LOIS KRISTOFFERSEN
.. of France from D-Day, June' PAULINE: SEGNA:
I R. Sheehan. A satiric novelof children of Fort Pierce were guests NELL WALTON
6. (1944 la the lust liberation of diplomacy in an imaginaryArab 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-44SJ.
sis
here of Mrs. Kelly's
Sunday
; : French soil in May of |1945.. I' kingdom where Soviet and I
.' ter-in-law, Mrs. G. M. Hancock.
( G1c tuart JietuS' I "Obstacles Course on Capitol American' embassies woo a wily
Hill," by Robert Bcndiner. An examination prime minister who in turn exploits
L of certain aspects of them. The friction between
Yi j i Congress, the committee system, cultures the gap between the mentalities
i r:: proceedings\ on the floor, the pow. of East and West and the
., ,j jl I er of the rules committee followed confrontation of American wealth S BLUE SUNOCOIS
l by a discussion! of the effect of with Arab squalor are the targetsfor
that institutional lI'rect1n the the author's satire.
lt"i e4forkij single major issue" of federal aid! "This Rough Magic," by Mary
to elementary and secondary I Stewart. .A potpourri of modern
i schools English theatre dolphins Alban. BACK IN STUART
: "The Modern Guide to Pocket I ian politics' and Shakespeare witha
r Billiards." by Luther Lassiter.! An setting on the Isle of Corfu,
j r't explanation of the fundamentals forms the background for an ingenious I ,
.Y.l lwJ. and playing methods that have
mystery story.
: v.l.1 | ii* have the pvntiiian deliver a Hill bit, of home lo your far away student' eath made the author the belt! all-around "A View of All the Russian' SUNOCO _
1: 'week." It will 'N a wckom vlclt and keep him up to date ua happening la the olds billiard player by Laurent Van der Post An account Georg S ?
bunie Iowa as well a* the doings of .bis friends and stclghburs "
., "The Honored Society. by Nor. of a journey into the heartland SERVICE
.'' : man Lewis. A history of the Ma- of Russia by an author who 'SUNaCQ'DIAL ,:,
i fill from its origins in antiquity to admits he is not an expert on Russia
\., ,' STUDENT SUBSCRIPTION | the present day The author exposes and speaks little Russian. It is 287-2220
the vast network of this Sicilian i and informed -
v '1'10 : an exciting percipient
',1 .:. OR MM' : : MONTHS conspiracy which reaches i job of writing.
:- into every aspect of Italian life and I "Seedi of Discord! : De Oaull.Free ./. I U. S. Hwy. 1 Next to A & P Shopping Center p
:. of life overseas as well. Franc and the Allies." by ;
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,; ly formed to fight the feudal rul-I. Dorothy Shipley While In June, I We Offer the Best ""I
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:; the Mafia, ilt recent times, has don "began III'i political! 1.on..1
I acquired so much power that' it'' with the organization of the CUSTOM SERVICE LUBRICATION
| has taken over the role of the feudal French: forces. During the next 1
Call 2571550 wail
or coupon I
p rulers."Southeast j j
t I I two )ears he was thrust! into m' TIRES
_. .- .... 1t r Asia, Illusion and active but uneasy alliance with i BATTERIES WASHING & I j'
: I I Reality in Politic and l '.,montI I Great Britain and th* United I
: I Stuart Newsti ; ks" Lennox' A. Mills. marked by WAXING
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P. U. Box ltM7\ Stuart t of some aspects of the economic I number of episodes that affect th 'I UPS \t
I I I' and political! situation which: has political situation today. This book i
Please send the Muart News lot *** evolved in the of U I
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: _.S Asia sine they became independent I to the North African invasion mNovember an Step i
I I with the aim of 1 194
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I I II fIn aid and other problems Robert Owen idealists. Rapp 190 2M 2I. 2M JM 24* 2S, __ ,
: Stud biD,. lor $L75 loe LP The' Valley of Bones' by Anthony I|I founded New Harmony in 1814 ? I
ji bra Powell. In another volumeof ,, expecting, the millennium and made GEORGE TAIBL
I Ne ..... ............ k........_. .., I the series MUMO of Tinve. the :i: an industrial and financial sue- ':, Mgr.
,. .. .J.- rr .r author! exercises his quiet mockery I 1' cess Owen came in IKS belies ,: Far these _k. used Credit. Cards "-e. asap .. for .
on the small. world. of a Brand. in* he brought the imltonium app&-at ias
LLddre = = ::. -J Is company at the start of Work! ,, with him when: he proposed ...,*. l c :...:..
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nil THE STUART (Ilorlda) l'S',
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\ I In. .. i State's Ditch !
111dDay!
Palm City NewsMRS. Near
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ANITA WHITE, I
Correspondent Problem
f Telephone 287-5582

-M M iIIN'.orkm rs",,;a I An open ditch n e a r Holiday s
PERSONALS Trailer Park is causing the Cityof
Stuart and rtsfctents a k4 of
Ernie Hijbcc Jr, Jacksonville, hiaduche '
spent the weekend with his par. Such
was indicated
& at a
meet.
the E. L.
ants Higbces Sr
mg of the Stuart"' City Comww. 1
Mrs. Martha Whittle and granddaughter won Monday night/ when C. F
Martha Line, have returned Meyer appeared before the commission .
home from
a visit of tcv
era: weeks in Sodus Point, N, Y on behalf of Mrs Anna
M. Stephenson and (old the commission ONLYSIVIFT'S
Danny Daniel celebrated his the ditch bus eroded
badly
fifteenth birthday Monday, Aug and a sinkhole has appeared..
31. Meyer asked the city to correct the
Mr. and Mrs Harris Robinsonand problem
children; Lynne and! David The open ditch is a Mate Road
of Los Angeles, have returned to Department( project. It runs along PREMIUM Smoked (.4 to 6-Lb. Avg.)
their home after a three-week visit the west side of the trailer park
with the Russell Nickenons of SeaGate from the vicinity of U, S. 1 to Shank
Harbor. While here the Lincoln Avenue where it empties '
Robinson! took a trip to Nassau into Frazier Creek. The ditch is Portion 39c
about thirty feet across and about : ;
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moore and fifteen feet deep. Meyer reported.Md'or .. LB.
Judy Ann are home from a vacation ':-' '
in Cass, W. Va, Ray Coole.100 man- .1.1 ><,
ages the trailer park, said he and
Kenneth Moore arrived home the city were well aware of the SWIFTS PREMIUM All Meat Skinless a.,
1 Aug 30, from a month's tour ona problem. He said it had! heen dis.
1r historical and religious heritage cussed' several times with SRI
t r seminar of the northeastern sec. officials but that nothing had.! been '
tion of the United State He traveled done to remedy. the erosion a s t, FRANKS 39C
with the Youth Fellowship of Cooke suggested that Meyer go *
the Congregational Church of More: the Martin County Commission tt ;m f pa
West Palm Beach. with the blessing! of the +:
city to see if the county can use 1 rr''
Mr. and Mrs Dan Silver and! its influence to remedy the situa- GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNGTURKEY
family of Jacksonville spent a i ion.
week visiting the Frank Colfrms
.taavNdta7la n a+, :,....... 10tol4-Lb.

VISIT WESTERN: STALES ==
Billy and Angie Cunningham Palm Lake average 39C

have returned from a tour through LB.
the Southwestern states accompanied Park Newsby '"
by their uncle and grand -6 I 4' ,...4' \s "-
mother. In Texas they visited Fort (;R UE "A* I Irea.ed & Draws IU. or Ca. Shipped|>
Worth El Paso, and ALL A & P STORES WIlL BE
Dallas saw !Mrs. F. P. GAINLSPh. :
where the late President was assassinated FRYER "S" '
and visited Six Flags 287-5363 CLOSEDLABOR S Coffee Sale !

Over acres. Texas which covers 105 T __..., n-aas DiY. MONDAY. SEPT. 7n1iMiMi"I1PJm QTRS.Ll' 39 c S

In New Mexico they saw Carls Mrs Mildred Grice and daughters I
I
bad Caverns; in Arizona the Petri Ella Mae Shirley and Brenda Stl'tR RIGHT Corn red Neaten Medium MILD & MELLOW
I of Vero Beach spent the weeksiting
fied Forest, Painted Desert Grand
stone.Canyon and the town of Tomb vi Watson( and her her mother sister,, Mrs.Mrs. Dawes Deely 2.X Extra Spare Ribs LB' 39 MB. BAG 3LB. BAG

at their home here, Plaid : .
Stamp ;4
In California, Sequoia National I
Park, Kings I Canyon Yosemite The twin nieces of Mrs Dewey Hi won ,U* Cm*** ... pardon .! St'PlR RIGHT farm Mjl* t I
Park and Death Valley, Hoover Oteen have returned to their home 1- 2 Cam of Ann Page L
Dam bordering Nevada California in Hollywood after spending the Bi PORK tie 'ii Sausage 2 u .&ICHTO.1..r..
and Arizona and Hot Springs, summer with their aunt and uncle. BEANS 21-lb.5-0a.35C ,79c I $195

Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Oteen. K) CW thra til. *.... I site I.I-M J JVlnltl CHVUE "." Qukk I'ru/m 1 b. DTLOCtJCQFflf VICTurkey

Shirley Weltzhaker flew to West ((1
CIVIC GROUP TO !SLEET ,
SEPTEMBER 8 Palm Beach where she was met ilaliJililMl.t! L Li"i Roast lfc 95c ?
by her parents Mr and Mrs.
Tuesday! Sept. 8 at 8 p.m, will Harold Welubaker, after spendingthe i iH1 1m
I
Medium Qukk I traits I.b. 79c lII JIm:
murk the first meeting of the Palm summer at the home of her 1iILfns ,
City Civic Organization to be heldIn sister, near Hershey Pa IFif): "
SB":
the civic center on East Ninth II Stamp :3B Shrimp ) $339
Street Esko Hester has returned from
a short visit to South Carolina | WIU Till CMIIM* awe Pur..M. .1 :JO
All_JIM-mbij-ji: .,1pL residents, of. where he picked up his sons Mark f*., McLO-Bit Amer. Plmen. or !hula.! -J HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Cabot Brand Briquctts of
Palm City are urged to attcmNonmem s "un l '
and Tommy, and his daughter .
hen are Invited to join. Becky, who spent the summer visiting ClIrKSKCM. ; Pkg.49c --

and Dues$3 are per$2 couple.for a single person their grandmother I 11 1 Urn lal, ..... I Mle ...ses"i ,. 20-LB

The more voices heard discussing Mr!!. Dehlia lickner, Mrs Flora CHARCOAL 89c
problems at these meetingsthe Alcorn and Mrs Elsie Games played 1IO Iii I iil? iih!l iiHJ11lft. BAG

better the organization can cards Tuesday afternoon at fR. JTl' "fUI''
serve! the community. the Rio Civic Association. '

Mrs. Hallie Youns and daugh tD SXKxtra Nli\V! Sultana Brand
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ter, Mrs Betty Jo idler, of Port a- Vlnltl Stamp .
Ocean Breeze Salerno went to Op locks to gel 144
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who had
Mrs. Fidler son Brady -
been visiting his sister and bus A.. Pap w MAYONNAISE
News band, Mr and Mrs, frank Klein. FRENCH Pint 00l Quart 39
JR..s.'I\C: : IM. JJCtkra Jar
Mr, and Mrs. Ant l.h: left for fi! GeetI ..(, "t 1 Mia W.ea tlSO
\
Grand Rapids Micbto; attend
MRS. BOXY KNHLLI: "
the funeral of Mrs. Antoeh'i tis- tli1lN. lHl6il ) WI 11I1, .
Correspondent ler-m-law, Mr*. H. B. Martin. !SPIt< I tU JOIn Parker <.<>M or IU..".. W'rk'h's IWotii Punch or While Beauty
Will r"i1t11Ji 1.1,1,. ..0.. ....
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Mr. and Mrs. Barker Indian Hurricane Mr and Cleo Mrs. fairly Antoch's devastated huge ExtraPlaid 1 Pound Cake 1 ,'' 49* Welchade 3 .: $100 Shortening V.. 4geI

River Drive. Ocean Breeze, have banana trees, about l 100 in all, alto! ..: fD SPiXUU Jan Parker ( ddr.. CbmamiM. oc Tudur Ale or t.Tomato'

sorry returned to in report from New that their Jersey quite summer, We a bit are vacation of- damaged Mr, and their Mrs fruit"Roi trees.," Davis -J lkM MIVM awspas.Stamp... Nr"1a ,;..dWHk ,. Sugared Donuts 1 ; fit 1ge Beer 12 '::: $169 l Juice 1.QG.w"2ge

damage was done to their patio of Palm City visited Mrs. frank ;! t J.... Parker. Twos. Pack !.SPIClilJ< AU diversFrutasteDrinks HPKIAU!' PIckle. Patch. Hamburg* Sllr* l or Whole.

i others during in Cleo'i the recent park alto rcillOMany suffered Games Sunday SAUCE Bet.29c MG..a Potato Chips 'y 3ge 3 (t ; $100 Dill Pickles 1.rtO"25e;

damage from Cleo. tan. ..... .... a Mi ....... ,
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Mr. and Mrs Alex Croscaus Holiday Trailer IiJ tlUiUIi
from Pompano Beach have been ioviOn IhilHolWay SelertlontfBESK FRUnS YfGETABlISl] /
guests of Mr and Mrs. MacLarry.Mr r.
and Mrs. L L Fonworth. Park News Notes Special Jam Prier Orlk mtn
IIKM RU) RIPE: JUMBO "n'r MIJ )MHONEY!
Satellite Beach have returned to
their home after a visit with them. CHERRYPIES
I
Mr and Mrs. Bill Armour hav Mr. and Mr*. William Leeds i, TOMATOES DEWS
returned to their home in Casper, who spent most of the month of
Wyo., after a visit with her mother August in New Jersey visiting
Mrs. Joe SorrelLDr. their children and other relatives! ,

and Mrs. Rolf have returned night arrived just home in time I late to Wednesday get in on 2 Lb 29c Special 59c
home after spending a few Hurricane Cleo. The blow took
days in Lake Wale to escape! the about twelve feet of their cabanna OR I 1.1"'".,
fury of Cleo. They found everything roof off and lowed U across the PEACH B.o'. 1yI
intact on their return. road about 100( feet I PIES Lath: 39 C REGULAR: WIIHK IJi ILRNPOTATOES rUKSII PURPLE: ITALIANPRUNES \

Friends of Mrs. Priscilla Griffith About a dozen of the park resident 10lb..55c 2ib..29c
will be sorry to learn that spent last Ihursday in the
she had the misfortune to fad and recreation hall during Cleo' performancc. ,

break her hip last! week while visiting watching the IpLmikipertsour Dada Lay I-Lfc. *4>.. UpNS I...... ).4).. Mtoisie MnU Irmea O 1G1)b
her daughter in West Virginia. wind blown' TV antenna 21 e 79 cIJpe. 25e
She was expecting to fly back here and tree and raise havoc GRITS! rag. TEA I0c Off T>tl JUT UMCADK' *c_ Saw Only Plsld'Stamps
the following day. with several metal awnings. NIIbI.t-o Prewlus 16-0", a- Sh"1" I Betty Cracker WmUit&i.
SAL1I>U Pkg. 29c Ma 85Upra c : L1)q 1. ..GttFintCiftsFait9ri
1KA ddb:
Mrs. Marian Deck has returned Vlr and Mrs. Clifford Campbell &la n CWrry help 41 C
from several weeks' vita with arrived home !Sunday from Chkkns of tile SnLJCirr tys. Is for CANE hIIY Pkg. .a i o.tar truNtie a.af.e; tie to*****, arc '
35 eQ.W 69c
friend! in Miami. I a month's trip to the Midwest 1UNA c.. TEAMimrte BG1 Only Beery Cracker. w.-p.

Mrs. Smitty Hoyt and Mrs. Guy When they learned that Cleo JIIk' 1-Li,11s. Wd Irtntr IZ4>". fcrar* (teal's a. IJ-O*.
headed for Stuart they changed 29cRPALESION 2 45c* 3geUQlIU I
Lewis are leaving this week for' was (.81 ft ,_ "c. UMOVADE: Cesar IkONtlVC MIX Pig
their plans and beaded for
visits with flit Hoyt's mother and
Mrs. Lewi brother m Jackson I tome. LIQUID IIJIlNr fY.I..aCt.'I II.vr; Dt.II.ar.'lfr

Tena. Mrs. Lewis will also visit Damage sukUmed by trader m LEMON JUICE SWAN LIQUID WISK SILVER DUSTS
her son in Blythcnlle Ark. park during Cleo/ onslaught were: 917 South I Federal highway, Stuart Fla.
,
iMrt Commander from Key and West Mrs.will H. G.upend Be-I Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Men' William Fred Shaw Leeds, section and :. 25 c I' IL: 31cpar. teOff Dal 01IIIIMZ i 7Je S: 35c PRICE' LN.. inn' AD ARC coon TIIKOLCII; SA I', SEPT $

die weekend with her sister. Mr' of their metal awning; Mr. .
and Mr*. Luther Week I and. Mrs. Archie Accoe.: metal! awning FABRIC V>KIt>LR C.'OII) TOMATO IMUt Dr.IuGI.rr DE rt.aGF.N'fBREEZE
,
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ptccanl 1 I' Mn.and Charles cabana StRut room and Mr W. Harold and- FINAL TOUCH DIXIE CUPS KETCHUPIll Frozen DrinksDishwasher SURF

have as their guests" their daughter Meyers. TV llIUnNII. cad I I
and husband Mr. and Mr' *. Bill Mr and Mr* William Scharf and = I' qron. 7c Off LUICold "-f-oe
; Larson. Chicago and their sal Mr and Mrs Clifford Campbell. :y 49cDET1RGIYT gar : 33e cFLUmALL 'i:: lOc Magi Sl.e 26cIIQU MM Oj1,CDF.uaGL'IT
fir' tad Mrs. Joe PfccarJ and son, window awnings.. :
Tunmy, from California. DV-5IO: 1)tTU.Cr4': Dti IJIGIJIiI'r I DruJGLV'r

The cities the I OII''erg The makes likely penguin male by trie*pmeoting to lamII RINSO BLUE ALL All \Water AU LUX LIQUID

People are New York. Chicago ( pebble, one at a lime, for .her miptction. I I
and Los Aagele The three with I I Male who lack pebble* Ie Off a..w Ie (Jtf Laid /-Lb. 44k.
the mart bud are Lo Angeles, win try to Meal. wrprf oc (hem.of .,.. MIle 28c :: 7ge .... lpae30Cesas. 45c oral 79ce : ISc :
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e ,krt ;N&rt ..t..T IIIl dII.I1III -- W rW--,....W....r.: Cafe r. Gets Permit for duty with the U. S. Military

FOR RENT IS I WANTED TO RENT 40 I BOATS & SERVICES <3 Wanted lo Buy (MJw.) 81 TRAILERS A SERVICES 1(1 Training Mission to Saudi Arabia

I "W I:>..- t .I For Sale of BeerA
tIAL) n -- ,JI.M at Dhahran Saudi Arabia

/ NOW available Furnished two ELDERLY couple, no children FOR SALE: Complete line of WANT the best price for permit to sell beer at the Sergeant Mura-.ki previously

Atlantic 7.1550 bedroom apartment in excelled. wishes no pets company bedroom sometimes Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, car? Call Jack Breuil at your 287- Jensen Trailer Little Dixie Cafe was approvedby served at Kenner Army Hospital
to rent well
neighborhood t Annual or seasonal two Marine Hardware-ever'thing: for
1214./ Merkle the Stuart City Commission at
Motors inc. tf ((81))
I furnished home reasonable at Fort Lee, Va.
at rent
rental!). 2873167. 9-) (J1 1 your boat Whi) car Boat Works a meeting Monday night, subject
To pace Your FAST SELLING Nov I to May t t. Stuart, Jensen I r .J -- -- -
-- ------ Port SewaH. tf ((63)) Sales Inc. the State Alcoholic
to rr
approval by
Real Estate For
ONE bedroom efficiency loctiion: / Bout eight-year references Sale 90 ,
l LOW COST WANT AD apartment Beverage Commission The permit -
9 All electric kitchen. Across that locality.: Might buy &indetails. FOR A FISHERMAN NEW will be i issued! to Mrs. Erma

from new high Khool: Use of Bert Kerr, Cape Vincent 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hull. Will FOR Sale by Owner: .100 ft Waterfront "Just Beyond the Arch Holmes.
N. Y. 13618. 9-3
NEWS WANT ADS washer and dryer Waterfront ((40)) take inboard or outboard power.. lots. HiA and dry. fenscn Beach, Pla., Ph 287.27J2Featuring The commission also renewedall FREEYour
$70.00 I month. 28t-430. : I If you can install motor in your Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT 7- other beverage licenses due to
RATE: Five cents per average '.3 (35) HELP WANTFI 43 spare time, you should see this 1 2595. tf ((90)) : expire Oct 1 I. The renewals will

word, minimum charge per insertion I JII! 111 -A.tU, ..... boat Ideal for inside or off-shor also he subject! : to the approval of
$1,00 (for up to twentykvcrajte NEWLY painted Jo bedroom furnished fishing Call West t Palm Beach; TE FOUR bedroom wateuront home 50 t 10 SKYLARK SKYLINE, the state bureau.SERGEANT Want Ad in
Words). Words in ALL house. children o; CHRISTMAS SELLING season 2-5204 or 655-1783. tf ((63)) Will trade for vacant land Write '
CAPITAL: LETTERS except first I pets Also one bedroom trailer for will soon be here. Prepare now Box 23. Stuart Fla. if ((90)) NEW I9<4 .1,995 MURASKIIN THE STUARTNEWS

word, count as two words each. rtnt Apply at office of Starlite for large profits selling beautiful 1959 Owens 25. Cabin Cruiser GOOD USED :" SAUDI ARABIA. I is printed in
White above below' Trailer J>ark. 287-2516. tf ((35 Avon Gifts Write Avon Manager, Corvette engine, low engine 111II111l Jl
Within) ad space will be or thecumber P. O. Box 1427, Vero Beach Fla hours. See at Anchorage Boatel 1 FOR RENT 135 MOBILE HOMES Army Staff Sergeant Walter T. TilE MARTINCOUNTY
charged: as
of words (five) that could ONE bedroom house. Completely; I 9.) ((43)) or see Col. R. D. Graves, weekend, ."'-- _:...... i960 Holiday )....1IIer'tl'8vel Mura-ld.at i whose Tndiantown wife, Gertraud has arrived resides FREE 1{;
furnished. In Palm Call at 651 1 Overlook Drive. ,
be printed in the blank line, or City. Telephone ""! ''
CURB GIRL WANTED Trailer 8x13 hi for
25 cents per line. 2872137.) 9.) (US) In erson-A. A W Root: Apply lice AT 74393. 9.3 ((63)) 'r. ,, occupancy.. Twhi. panic Was,ready fog tub __ ..111_ PRESS, Sunday,

Display! Classified" rat e I 'on UNFURNISHED three bedroom Drive In, U S. No. I I. South "I .!.b.1; ._ ,_ t 4 and shower .. $2,150 For Sale Mfccellanroue' 178 without charge.
iicatlon Stuart, TRAILERS A SERVICES 61
9-3 ((43) LUI. _
two bath home I960 CroffiUnd. 4h( to 2- >>
near elementary Hits applies tn t regular ",.nt-
"These are cash rates for ads school. Call 287-2714 tf (35)) HELP Wanted: Wanted stock ,_._ J w_ ._ bedroom .Fxccllent condition.. ads only not to dkpluy" classiflidi -

brought or mailed to The Stuart clerk. Reply listing! qualifies FOR Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper Extra large closet spare $3,395 I WETEjGOT THE which can be rerunat
News with payment If art aSuart FOR Rent Furnished i-bcdroom aluminum house trailer
you : turns and previous work experience very
1957 4311 front I
Buddy and r. reduced rate
)
News mail subscribe or are "garage apartment close In, reasonable Write Box E, c/o 'Stuart good condition. Best offer Tele: I WNdLI7PCASA
listed in the Stuart telephone directory ; Garage; Rooms In pri News 9-3 phone AT 7-2237 tf ((68) rear bedrooms 11f251 10 *
((43)) 1 ad
place ad tele Panelfab Awning ..... $2,195 h o n e your to
you can your by vate home. 619 East Fifth Street ....t.:1:: __. U l J .4 I
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and Stuart tf ((35).) HELP Wanted Male: Shipping/ Services Offered Ml e. 71 1954 Westwood, 23 x 8, aluminum I RIO 287-1550 and get in
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lay I want to place a want-ed, and receiving clerk. Good starting exterior In park ready

1 SEM1NOLE. Shores Apartments. salary. Many fringe benefits. __ .4 L. J ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS for occupancy ... $1,150 i BOAT MOTOR SALES, Inc.4C on this tno-for-one
Now is the time to make reseratlonn Reply Box W. 9.3 ((43)) POODLE Grooming: Take your 1955 Chrk-Craft 17x8 Travel ***t. TOT IU* AT ,.- offer!
Give your n1 all I address as / (or one of the three new dog to '_Highway between I' U tilts
well as your telephone number Riverfront 2-bedroom apartment, SERVICE. Sales and Claim work. Ft. Pierce and Stuart next to Shell! Trailer. New tire $595 --- --.-----
In your want-ad. TheStu two blocks from courthouse. All Married aged 2439. High Bazaar 287-5183 or 27-1838. ni "EAST: OCRAlf BOCIETABDSTUART. : 1958 Rll/craft 36
art News has hundreds qf electric. Central air-conditioning school education. Starting par 9-24(71( ) HODSEKKBrina. FLORIDA APAHTMBIVTS new Interior $2,995 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
out-of-state subscribers whore and heating.; Unfurnished or fur $102.50 with fringe benefits. Phone 1953 Travclo 36x8.. 2 bedrooms
nished. Adult References West Palm a ROOM A RATHtHCFKLKHOARn h ,,_ ,J, j .4..... .f J. l ). }. ,
your best possible! pros only. re Beach TE 2-3265. FURNITURE refinishing( and re CO!'UTSMBAaOSUBIH full bath, aluminum
pects for real estate sales and quired. Building to be ready for 9-24 ((43)) storing. Will call for and de RATICSTT ptttio cover, 2 window. awning .
rentals, boats, help wanted, occupancy August U. Contact liver. Reasonable Cull 287.1 f R$. LOUHGH
gardening, trailers, and servo Owner 287-1197, or 55 E. Sem- wanted for day or tf ((71)/) M..latt .......| .r V..rl? *. In park ready for occupancy
ices I bole_Street Stuart! If ((35)) night shift. Only experiencedneed W. T. PAGET MET.' $1,850 : Choice Waterfront Property
apply !in) persort. Poor Rob'sCocktail CONTRACTORS for 1959 Marktte Travel Trailer
equipment
I STORES and offices downtownor Lounge AlA Jensen DIB AT T-enw tf (III I
tent or sale. Water pumps, con 22 x 8. Sleeps 5. Self contained
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REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS Write East A. ,-P.Ocean Krueger Blvd. Any 1 1170 size.E. Beach. tf ((43)) crete blasters mixers, air compressors, sand. with air conditioners $1,795" I II Owner Will Sacrifice
Gunlte air.
equipment,
: WANTED: Experienced See Smith AI Wilson
Ocean Blvd Phone 2872420. parts EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Randy or
(Numbers refer display tools vibrators
( over 100 to hose! block: and
tf ((35)) salesman. Reply listing qualifi- ltd Silvers a* the big sales lot
classified ads, which appear cations: and previous work tackle and miscellaneous; items. 200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE
exper In Jensen Beach.
after the end of the smaller ads In 2871420./ If no answer call 287. ,
TWO and one-half bedrooms. one ience. Write Box E, C/o Stuart
pumerlcal order B, sure to look 0743. tf ((71)) We Service What We Sell
living room and dininroom. News. 9-3 ((43))
la both places) t.h'C 9-J ((168))
in. Front and back
IL 11 J UI:4: ""'___ RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv- ON v With Seawall
FOR RENT 35 135 screened: In porches. Stove furnished '
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LOST It FOUND 53 ice. Cleaning and repairing Also THE ST. LUCIEOne -
Large yard. $" 287. 1
monthly.
RENT OR SALE 38 138 ,
FOR -
2857 tf (35)) i .... -.11IIo- drain fields repaired and re-laid Service Offered Mbc. 171 Property has depth of 484 ft.
WANTED Tf:' RENT 40-140 BLONDE Cocker Spaniel lost Friday Dial AT 7-0651.) I AT 1.9862.11(11)( ) and two-room efflclenclea.kpactouf ,

HELP WANTED 43-143 FOR Rent: Seasonal orK,yearly. after the hurricane Female. WJ.IEU Within City Limits of Stuart
:Employment Wanted 48-148.BuKlaen Five room furnished home with $[25 reward offered O L ALIGNMENT and TIRE shaded grounds ,
Meyers.
Call 546-5200.() 9. BALANCING with Bear Equipment Parking Lot. Boat Dock.
Opportunities 50-150 nice yard. 3 ((35)) Rt. 2, Stuart. 2872468. 9.10 ((53)) LAW'SMOVING .
by 'trained mechanic will pay Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge
,LOST FOUND 53-153 FIVE room apartment, completely 1 k II for itself in tire wear We .have the Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage
,SCHOOLS 54-154 furnished. Second floor. 700 SCHOOLS 84 equipment and! men. Your friendly Week Month Year

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 South Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or 11nl .. Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS 624 SF. lUCIE CRESCENT & STORAGE Beautiful' Lawns, Trees and Shrubs
287-1297.) or Dial AT 7-3355. tf (71))
tf ((35))
,USED CARS 58-158
\ COAST COLLEGE STUART FLORIDA 500 S. ILAGLER, STUART
\ EAST-
NEW CARS 60-160 BEDROOM-Kitchen Apartment; Fait 1AVE small Bulldozer) Tractor: ',", 'W!( ) phoDel 287-9812 Lath and long distance moving. .
U BOATS, SERVICES 63-163 'Adult l ; $35. a month. In RidAT : All Term Business Begins Sept 8 Mower and Disc.! Will clear Iota, F. E. MOOD Managertf Packing, crating and shipping I -SeeY ur-BrMwur Phone Owner -

/ TRAILERS& SERVICES 68-168 7-2902 9.3 (35)) Subjects cut trees Fence post and pilings I1SI> .
i '$Services Offered Mbc. 71-171J ---------- -- Register Toduy for sale Lawton Wall Phone AT
Telephone HO l-358fi WAREHOUSE STORAGEPh.
J'If>rflS SERVICES 75-175 ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage 71401. If ((71)) AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232
Rio. Pleasant location within 121 North Second Street Plastics output will reach 15,. 287.0818u

For tale, Miscellaneous 78-171 easy distance of dock facilities Fort Pierce, Florida HOUSE Numbers, Name plates, 000000000)( ) pounds I in 1968 it isiredrcted. tuft) tt (190))
Wanted( To Buy (Mbc.) 81-181 Reasonable year-round rates. Call 94)( ) Formica engraved in one piece .

MOVING STORAGE 84 184 AT 7-2583 after 5 p.m. or writeB. L .... .. .. .
unit. Stain proof, non-corroding, no .... std. ,,4frtll.."ibal .'Nt"I." .... '11' "1 -- - --
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 J. Abbott, Star Route Jensen SPECIAL NOTICES 55 > used Price $L Paramount FOR RENT 135EXPECTING IIt Yttiritit tfa!

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 Beach, Fla. tf ((35)) L t. Wtt1.JL J Plastics, 214 E. Dixie, AI A, Stuart .
2872400. tf ((71)) 1 l J _. ,.,. ,a._ _
RIVERFRONT home with pool RENT Blue Lustre Electric! Carpet ,, FOR CHOICE
,, ,
v s eeeMet tiMMSMMn.Mltwa
i n rr""l'l for rent. Furnished or unfurnished. Shampoocr for only $1 per +
FOR RENt 35t Call 287-0948. tf ((35)) day. Hartman-Leighton Furniture, STORAGE Household goods automobiles COMPANY?
620 South Dixie Hwy. Phone 2R7 'boats, anything Sec- Homes low
as as . . . $12,000.00
JU r
IN Stuart across 1'1'001Chool.! 0255. 9.) ((55)) ions low as $100. Large, new, WONDER WIIFRE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN?

FOR RENT) 2 bedroom! furnished One bedroom, bath, kitchen, clean buildings. Golden Gate Stor. Call us and step worrying!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere I Lots as low as . . . $2,250.00
house on Indian River, bewail and dinette. NEW NURSERY SCHOOL: By age AI A. three miles South of I
living that will
Newly painted surpass all but owe low
Acreage
: your as as . . $435.00
.
Point. Yearly $125 per month and tile floors Furnished. 287. the day half duy or the hour. Stuart. 2871202. tf ((71)) CALL MARIE MANAGERNow
Call 287-2197. tf ((35)) 5055. tf ((35)) Naps on coin. Fenced play yard. KIRK Ilutchinson Island
Convenient location. Owned and WISCONSIN Brtgis Stratton. Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! propertyas

FURNISHED. apartments on river TWO bedroom unfurnished Apt., operated by Vera Schang. 2M7. Clinton and Lauson AIR Niagara Cyclo-MaMage Units In Our Beds low as . . . .$100. per ft
3 rooms and efficiencies. TV Osceola! & Cortez in Stuart. 3 0771. tf ((55)) COOLED ENGINES in stock and
Ind, dock, pri.vilegcDriftwood blocks: from schools $79 per mo. I arts and men who know how to Southwind Motel Business Corners as low as $15,000.00
Motel, 443 North Indian River W. H. Wagner 287-4880 or 287. CAR LIFT WANTED: or 5:30 repair them. ULMER MOTORS

trive, Jensen Beach. AT 7-2237. 1696. tf ((35)) p.m. from Stuart to River Park, or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friend- US. NO. } STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773

i f tf ((35)) Fort Pierce by man working in Iv Dodge Dealer. If (71)) ......... tf (mi BUY BUY BUY !
Stuart Phone Fort Pierce 4 FOR Rent: One bedroom furnished : .......
TWO bedroom furnished! apart- apartment in !Port Salerno. 2249 or Stuart AT 71550.3(55)/ ( ) TtRRAZZO Tile and Marble. __ L l 3 Bedroom CBS duplex $I".500 $2.800.00 down.Corner .
1 nl
n..t for W. H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880
vent in North River .
$125 around. Electricity furnished Phone 2871564. LOSE WEIGHT safely with new o' AT 7.1696. tf ((71)) Real Estate For Sale 190 location -one side rented See It Now! !

287-3547.monthly year tf I 9-3 ((35)), Dox! -A-Diet Tablets Only 9Bo _____._,_ lid A..
(35) : Smart Drug Corp., :200! SI. Lucie WE Window and _
TWO bedroom furnished Specializes screen: _::E-
apart- =
RNISHED two bedroom apart ment on first floor. Front porch Ave.:, Stuart.t 9-17 ((55)) repair Glass replacement, parts I- II Ask Us! You'll Re Glad Yon Did7Jon

ment. Very clean. Reasonable. overlooking river. Adults! 609 WANT the best prow nor your carT and service Custom work Aluminum THINK !
,Adults 287-0768.) I If( no answer West lit Street Stuart 9.3 ((35)) ('all Jack Breuil at 287-1214 extrusions. Builders Supply

tall 287-4806. If_((33)) Mtrkle Motors, I line. tf ((55)) Service, Inc. AT "7-2148. 9-3 ((71)) II
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LOVELY around floor apartment -- RALPH HARTMAN JR.
'k: the Water: New duplex Studio furnished one bedroom. Near ALCOHOLICANONYMOUS" -- OYell

Efficiencies. Furnished, Ca- schools and bank. Adults. Call! meets at 8;30 p.m. every Wednesday PLANTS A S".VICES 75 When You Think I !J

hedral ceilings. Colored tile bath, 2872693. tf ((35)) at the Community Church, !. --...-""" and Company
t ub and shower. Kitchens by Frig- Jensen Beach. For information. .
au.. Bahama beds. Large tree- SMALL modern apartment $13 I Phone AT 7-33J1 If ((35)) PLANT Sprinkler systems III REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 900 Colorado At., (across from 1st National Bank)

haded porches. Plus 110' Fishing week. Clone in. Inquire at The U III landscaping, sod. Fastest grow- AT 7-2500 AT 7-32DO AT 7-4121
'ler, lighted Adults. Sea Gate Vii. Seven "C'c" Grocery Store, North -- lag nursery in Martin County. Pel- I 110 E OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600
USED CARS & TRUCKS DON O'KELLY BOB
58 Ivan Road S-76A). or WILLIAMS
Nursery, Loop ( ,
as. Lighthouse Point P. O. Box U.S. I at 20th Street tf ((35)) .s ((1SS
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1531 1. Stuart Phone 287-1657. Il 4 U. Palm City AT 7. 918. tf ( 75)) s-s me)

9-10 J5)( ) FOR Rent: Office building across '28 DEL-AIR off- "lte Hardtop ----'I

from Seymour's Inn. Call 287 V-8 Sports sedan. Full power Fee Sale. MtsceUaaeoua 71
TWO bedroom house. Fenced ins 0151 tf ((35)) and radio. Very clean. Reasonable" ,
yard. On bus line to school: Call 287-4187 9.) ((58)) L
t eat turnpike entrance in Palm I FURNISHED two bedroom cot. NEW rug 9x12. S35. Also rug I C. O. RAINEYRealtorWater I II
Ity, Phone 287-16K2. 9.) (m tage in Palm City. $fl5 per 960 DcSoto, two-door hard top, lull, u,. Call 464-4967.
Radio and heater
month. Call 287-1685. tf ((35) Automatictranmission. 9-10(78)( )
DTTAGE for tent Clean
and Power brakes and
comfortable. $15 a week Call 1 power steering. Windshield washr |F GOOD HOME BUYS Front Estate Hutchinson
t 287-0902 I ( after-6 o'clock: tf ((35) ,FOR RENT OR SALE 38 > and back. $750.-up light 287-1858 Excellentcondition. \ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I I I Island''

J 9-] ((58)) Lowest Price la Florida 1. I IIOBt llt.U.lir; i 2 BednraM. Bath IN I I. 'We kayo amass tlft"t "bays estedheg.
RIVER view cottage. A. O. Dreg IJvlnt-Dfalng. R..I.o". Price 10500.
er, Orange Avenue. Rio. Last 957 DeSoto Flredoroe Auto- GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS Mill Real on Lease $85.00 per Mo.t PORT SEWALL NEAR GOLF fro/. Onto twine River with. tress.freeing. .

MTADS on left. 287.364. tt (38)) malic-three speed transmission! ORGANS HIBISCUS COURSE AND:" SUNRISE INS a AIA. Om. oust River M
PARK !Sea thai home
Factory heal and air conditioned prim ranging from $lot." Ie ,.....oe
I FURNISHED two-bedroom two Power steering and brakes. Radio, EASY TERMS PrttM.I580.." r.....
bath waterfront home in Stuart. per aces. frost font !this die aluM ofwafer
DOTHEJOB! Mud tires. Good running condi-I.t" 3. DUPLEX rxcrfcrstt Buy" $12400.
Bedroom 2 Balk with .
2 all
Can be used three bedroom if Reasonable. MORITZ PIANO CO mona hckidingique and
as Daytime only WATER preistly .pleesed- develop..HateThe .
4. IKOYf .Home lens
KratgrrParkway _. dlnlsi .d
living kitchen tommtnt
a
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desired. Season or yearly. Box 287-2622 U ((58)) 112 No. 5th Street .
U6 Stuart tf ((38)) ... U Ft Pierce, Fla. Pb. 461-4747 -" Mint be are. la be apprect.Kd leg I east sod west view of the St Ladle. e.on1Dub. goad there
$%1.11410.00. Rtor. The how ales btdromMami
If (71)) guest turn 2
TOUR bedroom 3-bath house in BOATS SERVICES 3AUTHORIZPD b equipped for ramfortaMe Kvhg.Tbe J LOT SPECIAL
Stuart limits. I I II.
r City Especially TRUSSES, elastic stockings
t COMMERCIAL I
nice Furnished or unfurnished. Johnson Dealer knee pads, anklets etc. Stuart ,

References. No pets. Yearly or Complete Sale, *. Service Park Deus Corp tf (701 201' a 450' .... fc htMbeafed r. Paltway- Kroger Estate. 73' x
attrarttrrty
seasonal lease. Box 1365 Stuart Good selection of fepetadahta, Used 1. U... I MOItL, with Rlahiaat 113' ee pled street $135'
tf ((38)?) Motors Expert Factory-Trained TWO Serve( gaa refrigerators. 10 Rm al hull' AltractivHy funiMtH and baw uadevgta.d sfrUJistf.Crafral !

Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT A Good working order $15 earls Bat<< 250' x Sir. Good B.y tt $4500. z. ar a I 149' corset lot $2100. z. Leh
FOR SALE OR RENr: : Three bed- MOTOR SAIFS. Inc. 440 Rt "707 TROPIGAS. Inc 140 Stuart Shop-
room one and a half bath home. in Rio. AT "7-044. tf (63) pmg Center 2874010. tf (78)) Per Renting Cult Waling .*. air c.+iitfeeMg.Show. lie I" Italics Make .fret Z1 Lao

I Central) heat and air conditioning -- 2. IlSIIL'GI '- Rh.-.sOO. by AppoIa..... .. S& Lade. Fw.s l'I.b e41ee.

bial ATlantic 7.1550 287-4593._ If (38)) OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIR. FOR Safe: : Grey mare, $2t*; Western ,
ED We hare parts for an saddle $65: Sins roping
and ask for the TWO bedroom CBS Home for popular makes. Can test your cod saddle $85; two-wheel' saddle bone SOS COLORADO TMTE' PHIL DORIAN BOB SIMMONS DLIL 110afle 7.2212b1EMBE10
I sale er rent Completely furnish and condenser. Utmrr Motors Dial tart ISO. AH in excellent condt.Ion. .
WIlDt ed. Dishvather. in kitchen. Call\ AT 7-3''). Your Friendly Dodge Eoden JIlIntt'y.Vlute City. STUART FLORTD\ AsMxtaste 300

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Week-tiny Masses on Monday \ pass City) --
ihr(>ugh Friday will.. he at 8:10 I.m.. The church Bh' drool meets

on Saturday at 1:30<> a.m. at MS Sunday mo 'i.ng. under the
ccu Than Hall bt Hus service for student iatpsjM of JIKK ", Mmtsr. supertMeasfcnt .
iMMutiM dIe Catholic Cuss There. re eteaet: for
teal HMk SaKwl at Fort PHM
al tgW and .a our"r\ daMrtment.
The hw wtt My from St. Joseph T* of
morning xiro' worship
Safari It': 10) '.m. Than. Ie( at I II clock and: :i there wW K
J!."'''''' will he on* MM at the Blue Goose
; r% Meat preacher
dsaes+sae. a oil)laM fly the
sw.aaaata Motel on U. S. 1 I. The "but will _
pulp* met 511 i member"
are
leave the Blue Goose Motel 1 1
Annual at to come <
Ninth urged M ihai i a choice ofa
HomecomingIs 720: a.m.Religious.
new mtmitter mad i i* made later.
!inn>fti 4lpn for temenury The Friday!

Set by Church I school ufadetttt wlH be let (for both me morn.cod ng> !prayer women" eery-will|
at RioThe held on SatttMH from 9:H) to 'be held at the hen". of Mn Lena

11:30 a.m., beginning Saturday I'Feigal at 10 o. ,'.t with Rev J. I
Leland I Sept. 12.Religious. Marion +
Rev Brooker William
III
pas er at Rio Baptist Church charge
during instructions for
Lr South ide I high
of the Baptist Church r
( the
i, morning worship service, at I 11 I. i school students will he held on
In Sehrmg. will be the guest speak. SALERNOIItTiERN: : !' w
Rev Brooker is the son of the Monday front 7 I* 8 p.m. starting METIItmiSfWednesday L
r"rarataaaawttaptwatiawseaisEAL first pastor at Rio when it wasa Sort 14.Friday. I r.
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STATE FOR SALE 190 ; m won, of the First Baptist .f this wick will 'be the : (I' n1. choir praclice. -
I Church of Stuart.\ Charter mem. first Friday of the month Manes : 7:30: pm the midweek
-I II hers and former members will he wilt be at 8:3O a.m. and 6 p.m. i prayer service und Bible study will
BBBl BBlBWBlBBaMSWH*>lSMHillllM| nlH recognized A brief history of the Confemitms. will he heard 0 n 1 he held.. The Sun"iv school teach-

Looking for a I church will be presented A basket Thursday front 4.30 t to 5:30: and i en and busmen mating; that was
lunch will be held at the church from 7:10 to 8Jo: ( p.m. cancelled l bv CI k'? all>|| he held Immediately .
New Home I after the service Everyone is invited The members ot St Joseph follow'I.". !prayer !service 1

Guild will receive Holy Communion I

Look at I, Training Union is I at 6:30: .m. at the 9 a.m. Man on Sunday The Sujidny >orning worship
The p Sept 6.Members. service will beg!! n u 9:10. The
I
Legion Heights I 7:4: !.evening A nursery worship is provided service is for at of St. Joseph; Guild new Officers of the' hurch will be a

infants during all of the services and all ladies o( the parish, especially ( Introduced to the I mends and vis' I
all mothers of school age children (tor* of the church Sunday;; school ;
IN JENSEN BEACH The prayer and Bible study hour are asked to receive Holy will blow the worship' service at I o.. ?,
I begins' at 7:4J p.m. \\eilnesday 10(45( am fr"nrlh I. ,
Communion at the 9 I m. Main on aIMS wiU '
SAM RHODESCONSTRUCTION The church choir will practice at next Sunday, Sept. n. The Rev. meet at A.30: p 111 here will be ,I AP. *:',,,!\

8:30.The: Bentin Roll, OSM Cap. nation a dedication service held at 7)0: I
INC. Woman Missionary% I al director of the Archconfraterni- for all the offers md teachersIn

DIAL 2814110Phil ciety Circles will meet Thursday ty of Christian Mother, will be conjunction with the evening
in the morning and evening here to speuk" at all Masses After. service. I
Baker, Suits Manager: The deacons wilt| meet Tuesdayat I Mass he will enroll new member For the convenience of those I m
If 180' into the Confraternity I who have infants. ihire. I is a sound- M rd tru
- '- _730 pm: ._at the church:_ I equipped nurscn provided, during! !I '. .... f
REDFFMfRTLl: III" :RAN: all series a' : ,
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s :
Worship services are held .t '

Labor Day After Day After Day Sunday Lutheran morning Church, at bad t Redeemer'Ocean every i I AI.L SAIVIV Jensen Studs F PlsY PtL !' ". 'i'. i, 1.tl." l'j': ___

Boulevard, at 10:30: oclock, withB The Rev. Norman R. Feaster \ .tJ j
hie class and Sunday school before will give morning devotions ov.r'' ff. :Jf'1'[ << tt" "

Youll get by but It b truly said that one good real estate' ( that at '9: 15 a.m. WSTU at 7:45 a m daily through \ {;r ,, '

Investment can be worth a lifetime of work. The Lutheran Radio Hour can Saturday Sept 1. '
be heard every Sunday evening at ThurJuy: vpt t' 10 I( '.m.. Holy ; l I" ,

733 over WSfU "Thine !Is the Communion Intention "For the 1$1" ",j.t j.\. .. ; ''
U* have carefully selected Investment opportunities totaled In Kingdom will be the topic of Dr. Sick" Holy Unction following. ;. J << '
the line of progress where future enhancement in virtually _lIred. Oswald Hoffman message next Friday Sept 4: n am Holy G \. ;,;. ) .'to.
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Sunday. Communion. Intention For Our I ,
With this message Dr. Hoffman Colleges and Universities. .' .' rOLLEGE '4< t \: rr
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Real Estate is Today's Best Buy will conclude a summer aeries Saturday, Sept 1: to 6 p.m.. f \ .. f; .. r.t \\i' $'i I
of addresses on the Lord'aPrayer Sacrament of Penance r.
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The fifteenth Sunday after Trin iTI'a: *. V> m jt 's/ '* *, : f

SEE US TODAY! Pastor Donald Schrocdcr't adult ity, Sept 6: 7:10 a.m.. Holy Communion (' ('ON lF.srANTPanels Alton, seventeen, and a
Bible class will the fill season -
open 9 I.m.. morning prayer student at Indian River Junior College, will he one of the contestants
on Tuesday Sept. n, at 7:30( and Holy Communion Summer ..
p.m. and continue each Tuesday School. for Miss Martin County In the annual Jiycee Beauty
Church
evening at the \same time. HolyCommunion Pageant to be held Labor Day, Her home Is I'ulm City,, IIPPSIIU. is displayed by Betsy Name of Smart, one of
i m ,
C. B. ARBOGAST Next Sunday and Monday Is 'Intention: For All 'I y, the contestants' in the annual Jaycee Beauty Pageant Betsy hits

Labor Dif Fun Rally for Walther Who Work With Hands or Minds" ,,", n' blue' tyes and blond hair:
Leaguers at Our Savior ChurchIn .. ', ..a
The will not be held!
plantation. A group of our this i vestry week meeting I II II -- -. ----

ReaJ.t1'F.stabll.o.hed 1925 young' people will attend this annual Tuesday Sept. R, Nativity of' the __ _..4.1. .J. 4>.. I

252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440 affair. In charge for Stuart Blessed Virgin Mary: 7 i.m., Holy I
conlfealiolb Miss Sharron Communion. There will be no All.
BEACH NEWS
s-a (I teal) and JENSEN
Stoncr, and Mr. Mrs Alb Saints' Guild meeting this month; 1
Kerfier.. youth counselors. meetings will resume In October I ." ?w y yIyr
---,. The church Is open every day --- MRS, MVRIIE MllfMVN, ormpoadrnt: AT 7-I7M

from 9 to 5. for meditation and I i .. .. .. .. "
I ST. M\RY'S FPISfOPU. -gew ta.waM he' r"MMW6rtmm.-'s :1

Waterfront Homes Acreage prayer __ Thursday Sept 3: 7:30: ( a.m.11 j|: Ht.....less.s for the day were
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Holy FuchnriHt: 9am. Altar tiuiljmeeting Legion Post 126 Airs Julia. Wood. Mrs Ethel! No-

SCIENTIST : 10 a.m., Holy Tuchur4t i dine, Mrs, Fvelvn Voight and

.;. 'F '"", ...=...'-". '. East Ocean Bird., Stuart > 10;10 a m, study group' of Seeking MembersT MIM: Alice PaulA .u
: -"- .:: :::: --:- I" '' Sunday morning ,service at ItLeavm Episcopal"Chiinhwomcn. final 1 e talk, on the Coast' Guard was
{(. o it, :: sermon subject Sipt 6: chapter on book, Herein Is Love" given by ieorge Hurrvcotnan,
Man" Sunday Sept 6: Mam.. Holy /tnien Beach American': !second class. of lort Pierce. s er.
:
,.; ;, }_ ,, .-.f; }; or" .:w: ;::.t Sunday school II 1.m. Nursery' Eucharist: I 10() ..m.. Holy Euchar1st 'Legion> Post No Uo, has open I Ing under Commander HOutf'' ',
provided.Wednesday. I and sermon ed id, i iLmbrrthlp' drive for the I Worrtn. Barrett. '

Testimonial meeting, Beginning Sunday Stpl 13, I coming \,'11' with the appointment' lrthJ.)'. were celehraied by
f lntr'Iii7 1 p.m. winter, schedule starts and opening of a inciiul: commlltcf 'to directIts the following ladies. : Mrs Anita.
N' I Reading Room: 22 Flaglef Ave.nue day for Sunday School; 7'30 I lvn, .< roll call according to Paul Tllton Mrs. Ethel: Nodln. Mrs

+tli : Monday through Friday, 9:30: a.m., Holy Eucharist; 9 I.m.. Holy Comniand Gent Orlmnt Chair' Llitahcth Diffenderfer and Mrs.
.....
12:30 man of the committee which will LJvermor. ( the
.. a.m : pm Fucharist and Sunday School, I II I Jan* ill. al
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: ;-, ....,..... -LlUJ Christian Science radio program, ..m, morning prayer, I lead .the IVr< enrollment campaign meeting; were Mrs A Biicll guest'
"The Bible'! Speak to You" maybe ,H 'llrst Vice: Commander cot Mrs Harry! Quincy,, and }Mr.

"Service Means So Much" heard over WSTU Stuart. COMMUNirY* I Virgil Wilson Clarence Snack. guest ot Mr.
1410 kc, at 7:IS p.m. Mondays leaser Reach. ( wiwnander. Grimm .i,luin.d Henry Welnig/ .
Topic for Sept 7: Can I Forgive I that the 'roll call" them of this," A dessert will bt
and ForgctT| Worship service and Sunday year' drive was to remind all war game. party
r given on Sopt ,14 al the communU
LOCKHART REALTYSEWALLS :
school are held at 9:30: each Sun r veterans of their wrvlce to their
}
i center/ with Mrs ihkle CoMella"'
I I
OSCFOI.A STRUTSOUIIIIKN :
day morning In the Jensen Beach country which makes them ell,I- I" chiiirmmi. She will be I'IIII' Medby
POINT AT 71777SI METIIOOItTSunday I Community Church 0 n Skyline (L Ale, to l become I egtonnalre. "W.a Mm Ads Luther Airs Jack
ias! ) school will be held this [Drive, Rev Newton M. Tweedy ( ,. hoping M contliide our drive' I Kurirt, Mrl Henry Wemli.! t Airs
pastor Visitors of all denominations with a trport of 'all present and
Sunday morning beginning at : Matw Hunt and Mrs Dorothy
There is a class for each c: 9:4"j I are invited to join with ui ac.H mtd forhe anted. We Kalh: tko+tkie will be 71 cents
group each week at services, or at any I plan to have the hulk of our 1965 I and those requestedto
attending art
Rev. Durward H knight Jr.. 1, of the meetings of the church membership drive completed, by "bring their own table servkeIkwlrswe : .
Income Acreage! S.R. 76 FrontageInclude pastor, will bring the message at The Christian. .. Fducation (otn- t Vrterin I>ay. 10 permit tit MInaugurate for the Stptemrwroicwtin "
the 11 o'clock worship' service A millet will meet in the pashe'a several! propo" J com will be Mrs Anita Tilton,
nursery U provided for childrenof study on' Thursday. Sept 3, at I I ';1 ; "munity service program." I \Mrc !IJiirotliy Kalb and Mrs Pearl
.
UBfurnikhed how 21 Bedroom
3 Bedroom -
We are accepting due payments
pre-school age U. .
fond.hed C'ottage* rented for $60/ .00 per month eath plus 3 acre Pastor's office hours arc held pmThe Tower Chime staff will ; ,, for (he coning" year.sow' ,

with 330 feet of frontage Stale Road 16, full Price $23,600. each Wednesday afternoon from meet on Wednesday morning Vr>t {, W ,m from those Ip"n.'rft! and >wrl was
2 to 5. The be seen at *, at 9 ..m.. afternoon staff al' !' veterans who like to he .
S.L 76 1 Acre, Pte-fthaped. ha 11 J t feet frontage Stole Road other times pastor by appointment may 130; 1' t. mown as early birds'." Grimm Irnssm gilds pastor Beach on Immunity Sunday. Aug Church' 30. at,

76. Full Price $20000 There will be a meeting of all i Mid-week service will resumeon siatrd. He pointed out that Post I substltullng' tsar Rev Newton
and] Thursday, Sept 10 at 7 1.16 hat goal of 140 members "
school teachers officers p.m.
Sunday
who thelartfn
weedy, was a patient al
PALM CITY 6 Lot*. 50 feel by ISO feet al Cornell Street. Alcoholic Anonymous meets ?sic, r I for I 1965
this Thursday evening at 7.45.: I Memorial /
Close to River. Full Price $5000.00 each in Alsit. .he. that, the 1"1'11.Susan
The board of stewards will bold Wednesday the Sunday ., d I reported post Bray was soloist accompanied: by
,
Its regular monthly meeting on school building at I:30 p.m. -( h planning to cipand II* local Cathy Houwr at the' organ Dr

Thursday, Sept 10 All members program' and: activities, depending Richard: Pcntk will be the soloist
TAYLORASHLEYREAL are requested to meet: promptly at FIRST IAPTISTMmrt ors the" results ol the WA5 rfwnihershlp M.f Su diy and starling Sept.
.
745.: driveMDIM" R ,the shale will. sing al each tireIce

FIRST MrillODIST Wednesday evening; at 6:IS the FCILIA (flRUK M}FM: .
youth choir will rehearse. at ,the I _
Stuart Circle of I Itrmdel
ESTATEJim church. The !Sunday sthool! council The Ladies Church MJlrgnrel of Pint Ridge
Wednesday Sept 2: Chancel meeting and Covered dish the Janten .Beach: Community Road* sunned. l last Tuesday W

Whitehead Associate choir rehearsal! 7:30 p.m, will be held. at 6 In the church: 'Up'JIrt' Church met at the church Wednestlay o'' West Palm leach, preparstory soatumtling1
26. Punt Marie Hursl Palm Beach Junior College
Thursday Set* 37pm.; Weleyan *- basement with the 2 etc.partln.nt Aug. -
7-244t Service Guild supper meeting hmt Primary presided. In the absence: of the for till, second year. During
<30 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT Is Midweek
at church. Mrs Helen htr vacation: the worked a* were.toy .
*.I calfl er service tinder the CA/ORT showed her mile. when the. posed' for president
MldVlf"j I
sale prrUwst Dvvc4Ninal for the kick Carroll Issue
Iriday Sept 4': Rummage Rev 1. W Marcos will be pr"'j I son were
Ruth Circle at old Methodist at 7:30 the photographer* a* a cont *tanl In the annual Jaycce ffeauty Pageant, ducted by Mrs. Hurst. sacs Agency In Jensen Reach
: m The
Church on Albany Street, I am. cel choir svilt sanctuary rehearse at *: She hue auhur hair' and greed aye*. Her horrte .M Smart -- ---

to 5 p.m. Thursday morning at 7 the .-.._ .--...-._-- .---
Saturday, Sept. 5: Rummage ",,,,' wilt held I When this emblem/ Jhplayed, you art
he
prayer meeting
WHY ? sale continued. I ..m. to 1 12 IKML at the church. The. !I I thy Fierce w host***. This will N 11. he resumed-" .this indar at 6 p 1ft,
Sunday, Sept 0: The worship committee ..iS nominating I a corned dkh auoprr meeting. There will .be supper served. and assured of/ the finest In.urllnt6e6
services will be 'beM at 45 and al 7' meet tne church.Thursday I The Dubbcrly. Circle meet al I plan made for the Youth Retreat I" The land,
J 1 I a.m. with the pastor, Rev, ADen evening The MaM Plant* j I at the home of I member, al the lake Pkntd. ConferencePfRKJNAM :
K. Stuart delivering/ the message picnic will held -
When thinks or talks about scKrtiil class be : I
anyone '
Sermon topic. The ChurcH Thai ridoIr. TRINrry +'Il f1ND19TJeaam
Hutchinson Island it is only natural Is In Your Home*' IIncia
Al an aervhveswit Sunday, Rev. The.. Friendship CirtW of the
that the name of M. P. Nelson Real Monday at the!Sept church 7= Men'meets prayer at 1 I. W. Marsun. will N guest speaker Sunday school, 945 ..res.; wor- Icnscn. Beach ( mnlUntfy Church'
group
In the absence of Rev Forrrsl Uiip. II aun, flinty ComrniMMsv /met Tuesday evening. Aug. 25, alIn
'? i.m. AO men of the church art
Estate
comes upVh) H. Wafkins. Mortwng service 6 1:30
invtfed the altar I are Sept pear "home ot Mrs. fouclla MMWT 1
to meet at at I M and 1 11 I and
: evening service on. ftumcl Drivsv PUn were made.
Consult jriiovAirs 9s'tTVEcFakksgdoi "begin at 7:45: Sunday i, IIRtT 'f"l.nTR'A. for a work party at the Thrift
Haft, Brig Rod school I for all tar* i* held I Nerd RAM Moors the on Munday. "preparalory |10 .w

Thursday. 7'1(1 Theocratic each Sunday morning al 94: < i Sunday: 9 ant, church school opening, the shop cars m fk1o.l

Ministry Schnot; 1m.: p.m., .,,- and betint.. Training each farm for all age I cfctsse.. for all ages 10 ....... worship "bet. It will be open arty' *..t"I I
Sunday Owning alJO sail further notice The, dtrntunCducaMMS
serviceCircle .

M. P. NELSONREALTOR ice* meeting lies Beneficial, there: the"Showing ScrajXumAre" Other Tuesday, .... mnrniftf at 10-30 the: M and 2B will ...... at I pm.. mating on Thursday will be Srpt htU J W. B. TILTON
I al I al the home ofMl
Bmy Moe. Circle wilt moat at the I i Sept pm !Ie Icy p. tnrl study the fosver
5 Bible Ihoma 'Wmc 40U
Sunday pjfc. Rudy with church. Thme atlendnig art aked I way Chime stall will be held
ant of Wauhiowcr./: theme: "Pro to take ..n.twicfwa.: The Fay (able Road, ll .... Faithful us Small Matter W Paul JohaiHoti a* co-hoMes*.
Taylor Cock will
ASSOCHTOi EUCsJ MXSO.V, Jkf. .. (RO sNY) NTUOV Tnesday. 7:>O pjn.. BiMt study. I M the home of Mr meet. Bertha at aUld1win. 2:30:. I, Circle 4 will ntcet o
325 r.OCEAN BLVTA. STUAfcT FLOKJDA ...... %11..JJU **me" "Zion Oashre Wall Babyon. The caM ehosr rhftal al 1 *..... pbc SAfcttftf 10 hi Vpt 9 u the home of Mr*. Florae .

Me beet MVLTDTX, LISTING &DO IOC wilt be kid al die church Tars- announcvd later. Hunt n4 ot Walton T.wrostip \,\ ,. 9 t $Z1itw ,
AMcntble .
for pertiapadoa !I. .
04 fiN' day afternoon at ]:15. it* L1Am Cb*>r Mearsal will be at 7:W area India River pot. BrtojinJMca I .1'.1'
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Now that Cleo Has Gone THE STUART (Florida) N'F.W
Thursday, September 3, 1964 1-T



Al + I t What to Do About Your TreesIn from all Following plants\the ground that a were hurricane can shaken be salvaged there loom!


are nearly always a few bright sunny

{ Protection for Next BlowBy I out and day tidy Use up these around dOl'to the hnuw dry',

'In no time at all you will erase'
a the signs of the big blow I
1IKR\EY: MIVRPL, hole made by a woodpecker. damage I house snuggly and safely during "--- -- --- ---- -
Agrkultural LxteokkMi SmiceCleo by earner storms or the I the second hulf of the blow. EVERY TIME A FOREST

gouge of an auto bumper: can Mart Actually, a h\.N\dred-mile.rer. aM FIRE STRIKES
served to remind tit that rotten spots. hour wind! is net .aa dangerous as err ,
the hurricane season is here. The auto-made! wound can easily it lIl\Und.| if naeetaary measuresare ,
.awr, This brings to mind that trees be filled with a water-tight material taken before: the wind reaches yYoUGET
and men have one thing in com I as it 1 i. not more thun kneeling l. gale force, plus retreating indoors
nwnthey often arc exposed! to height But other rotting areas while the unwetowmc lady is dancing BURNED
the fury of a lady. wilt require: experience at climbing around outside.If .

The human-typo tiff may be' to dizzy heights on a trembling your home U. located in an STORAGE
caused by arguments over a per-' laddor Having tho know-how ofa area that might be flooded you'II GA
man nt wave. But without a doubt, dentist is also helpful Often it be given ample notice to evacuate WAREHOUSE
tree trouble starts with an easterly is cheaper In the long run to calla hours before the storm reaches
wave. professional to handle the treetop your area Otherwise, there i b no
| l' ually the storm's first provocation job*. sufer: place than in well-built Storage by the
I is to soak the rotting moss- Sonic older trees with shaped home
filled tree branches. Next, the crotches; often are prone to cleave Soon at the atoms is past it is Day Week
(1 windy lady slaps the soggy mass! apart! Check: the trees in this category a good ,idea. to inspect the trees Month Year
I 110 the ground with a dull thud If necessary place: tempo and other plants around the house.
: I i which puts the home owner' rary props in the appropriate Usually all the planti will show USED: f1JR 1I VIE A
: [ nerves on edge. places or male the tree one unit signs of wind damage. But witha I APPLI CU
I I So inspect your trees for dead! again! with steel rod and turn. little trimming, propping and AlA I GOLDEN GATE

I branches that seem to be ready buckles" resettling:, !.of _root systems\ nearly!: _
;;s I Ia I I to full. Also look for dead branches Remove decayed! trees that are
I that are firm but brittle. A gust of too weak to hold u ill under t h e
a sr I hurricane-force wind can snap anrmmze !strain of a storm. action: will HEARING AIDS
branch from a tree and nave you grief later ,
lend it at missile speed through Palm fronds will saw tooth y .
Acousllcoa' and Zenith
: : : a picture window. items are wicked to deal with if
; A low-hanging branch over a propelled by an eighty-mile. ...* Senke on all wakes of liwtrumrnlfAARPNRIA
roof can wreck havoc.: Powerful hour wind. So clean away all loose
winds' can turn the limb into a palm leaves at the first hint of a P ipeiliil program. by
:1 tool of destruction. This tool can sham I ACIHUitfCMII
remove, slate shingles as easily asa Trees are not apt to crush: a
; : fish scakr can remove scale. house If they succumb to a big 'ree hearing cut .fa home or office
Removing dead and out-of-pluie blow, Usually, II the soil becomes
limbs is a good idea even if thereis soggy and wind stronger, the I Daaiaar.. Balletic, cords, mold
no Morn alert. Such pruning is trees fall gently agiiinul the
necessary!! for eye appeal. ling If the trees Wan Hearing Aid Center
Fan-like fungus growing on the house during the first half d"et"j
THIS SIRtCIURE AT JENSEN BATHING BEACH WAS BLOWN AGAINST 1I1K S\NI>PIPrR side of a tree trunk indicates rot storm, this Is an asset The fl 709 OR.INGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE 4tt-32M
-. ten spots that need attention. A then serve at a prop to i
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had I cold! lunch of sandwiches "
Phone still work, but WSTU line
News Reporter Kept a Diary on still busy. Our, collage ha n't shuddered .
like the one did during Don.
na in Plant City four years ago.
Storm Cleo It Passed Overy 2:10 p.m. Just'l talked to Chiefof Another First at the '1
as Police Jesse Taylor who said ',.
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made of the '
he'd a tour city Bank Stuart
and finds that damage M not great ,',, of f;' .' ;'; ..t. 'I
CHARLEY SIOOKEY with spells of grayness moving in 12:08: pm First lightning and! Wind i ia now in the south. t: ,
", for short periods. thunder of the storm, but it is not 2:15 p.rn.. Took a chance of I.\\I', I '" .'1 r.\\! \ii j'
lee was my second hurricane close. We had remarked) ,earlier J
9:15 am. Gusts increasing calling The News office, and find :
paving: fallen to my lot to sit that we were glad Cleo is free of Charley Knudion and his wife N" f \
945 More intervals 1 I
f through Donna, in a cottage in : a.m. gray heavy electrical. discharges: which He's and \ ,
Wind velocity increasing there. a linotype" operator 1< ;1 ', f' I
HiIIi>borough County, Sept 15-16, occurring. accompany most thunderstorms. in the .s .. '
by swaying of trees they live a trailer. He said \'\ I
#,. Judging Cleo makes a noise like that of a last! report he'd heard was thut .'. '" i
wind ia about
1 d say the t as strong \ '
After Donna paused I regretted as that one experiences in a Midwest blizzard in the Midwest the eye had passed southwest of 1, .., '.Irq.'t' f ;
fret having made notes of her progIris's thunderstorm. 12:30 p.m. Still blowing A t Stuart about noon Wind velocity I' ,_ s.J' 'rv
so when Cleo. came along 1 I least: Cleo has given us relief from estimated at ninety lo t Ito mph. 5E"
[immediately kept up a diary as 950: a.m. Power off the heat. Even with windows clots 23,5: p.m. Im going lo take a t
J follow: 10:00: a.m. Power on again. ed we are comfortable without a nap. .'I I
1 Aug. 27 7 a.m. We havd no Wind increai na. fan. 4 p m. Wind l and ram have I
Radio but the phone is working 1005: '.m. Powef off again. I 1 1:0.5: p.m. Water J J..* off, *.> we subsided and I venture: out t to look IJ
lap I call WSTU. They reported 10:20 a.m. Power still otf set a pan ''outside to catch water arouml Only damage visible in ; J,
[the storm headed right up- the 10:25 a.m. Telephone still working for washing dishes\ brushing teeth, our neighborhood is broken limbs" a ti -\ ., .
I coast with hurricane warnings in so I dial WSTU and get busy etc. A veteran of several hurricanes and! ground under avocado trees '

L tffeet to Cfpa CanaveraL signal My barometer' stands at,2V had said. "There'f, tt tuetoliJlt covered with fruit I help myself, ... .
'815: a.m, Orajjr-wercast, fine .58. ..1b--., ..4 I he bathtub with.. .._tetthere'J to ((our avocados lit ,lne iij, oft : ... .,. ,... 'J .. ,1...T.Jtto, .... .", S 1
11 \\lrkltiiWTam increasing house. : t:::
rain and of Wind: } be plenty outside, and vacant \ J
gust and distant rumble like that there wantDiscovered II 5:30 p.m. Pint sound. of a chainsaw
8,45; am. Gu.tin.increasing: of a freight tram being noted for I' a dove in the yard being operated Must be pow .. '

-- ., I the first time. looking! for feed at a spot wherewe er company linemen cutting limbs "V'I. ",
I 11:1.5: '.01. Gray sheet of rain normally feed the bird. WhenI off wires.. '
almost hides vegetation in the next I put out the pan 1 scattered a 5:55 p.m. Water I Is on. but still .... '
yard. Gusts of wind are stronger handful of grain near it. Shortlythe no power. We light one of our I \
and lust longer. dove appeared again, and in a three candles, and that takes care y .
Di t + 11:21: a.m. Now it's really blow minute or two, another dove, two of Thursday \
taA ing. bedraggled sparrow and a pair Aug %8, 6 a m. The alarm clock (
12 noon. This must be it! Five of saucy-as-ever jaybird awaken me. but thats the only

SIT OUR FOUNTAIN hours have elapsed since it was 1:43 p.m. Rain 'letting up I lit. sound I hear and by golly the

F. Y.. ........ DrtakWE reported at Pompano Beach a tie' but wind still high and we've sun' coming upl Cleo's gone! ,
distance of seventy rmlcw and ,
I SKKVK LUNCH moving this WilY at twelve miles

STUART DRUG CORP. per hour I find .it necessary I o .
[ It. L..1. a ...... Did Al T-iaaa frequently wring out the mop Federal Funds Poured I "
Tilt RWXALL o that soaking up rain which blowsIn ;
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1 Into tate fast YearFloridians II t. I __-. :,II ;


received $153.669- received monies under the grant- '}'
) 000 under federal grantvln-aid In-aid programs. All told theseprogram I ". Write as many checks '
& C: programs during the fiscal year numbered 118 under
196 -6J, almost 30( per cent more which the federal government 're
than during the previous year, theFlorida turns' taxes to state and local I governments as you like. .
Expert DESIGN CONSTRUCTION State Chamber: of Commerce and to Individuals., Out ,
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISION pointed out in its weekly of this total. Florida or Floridiansparticipated tIT
busines* review released! recently. in ninety-nine
DOESN'T COST A
& Phone 287-1918 "These programs are devised. "Urge as it is. the S2540Ou rfHINGI
In general, to awiM the stall and (JOI) granuuvakl total wn only 1
3 \ WIDE SELECTION OF HARDY PLANTS local governments with education part of the money spent in hit"
,l SOLD RETAIL highway construction! anil I da by the federal government teal AT THE BANK OF STUART! :
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I.t public health and to help Individuals I year. Not included: in this' sum
Pelican Landscape overcome personal: misfortune were contracts for good and service ,
Of the total SI80,0W.OOO! > was : *, federal payroll and purchases No service '
I and Nursery paid to stale or local governments' : drainage protect and m ampruvctncnt charge on checking accounts. '
mostly in 'matching? 'funds, and '* to rivers a a d harfimrt '
LOOP Rom, PALM E CITYAJwar $74.000,000 was paht directly: to e Write as many checks as you like. ;;: ',
individual Floridians -- ----- ('

-Payment of $3000.000 to I Make as many deposits as you like.
Cuban refugees in Florida accounted { .'. .f.
for much 'or the 30 per cent J, '
Receive with
statement
increase in JW year's figure.' Elimination TrooperBil1us. ..1 a your (1y. .
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of this amount from the
% t btt \y.
t I.s kr. Florida total show a 10 per cent cancelled checks monthly. t.

increase, suit above' 1M national. .. /\

gain"Florida of 6 per received cent S5J.675.WW ;. 'i a 'Naa..ln. w.,. rise Wssia

t 4 -- x1740n 'for highway conuruction under
last ANOTIIlt/ ilMVICt HtSDHHtO ONLY AT Tilt BANK Of ITVAHTCUSTOMKIB
these" grant program yearSchool
o s a ./ (principally public) received : IIOUIW
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.a rk41'' dh S2J.183.000 MI such= aids a* N.aMwawdWyUnrem I Ii'

set construction, maintenance, operation "II! t.ltr.ctI.'R: BA:1C"ISflIlOlM: : DRIVK-I V W 111.101Ift"'t.:- \ "' .
and lunches. .J// p. 5 Monday, Tbr Thursdays t.OOa.totOOpm ISO: am to (MO pot :'''I\\ lJli'\o.\, '

-For public health, a final in the of| ,. f Friday 9W: am to 7.30:: pm 7.n: .. to JO: pm '.", I- '.,
119.171,000 was spent '
stale and included hospital cono I Saturday fcOO) am to Noon 7JOaiatoNooa 1
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o4 aebctlo of trad ..
I a g ) VoOumafca*
strucdon and! a multitude of re- ...
search project' I u it.,
AUTHORIZED DEALER "Special aid Va fadiviJuak ia : 7'11'' ;, .:.
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Florida' amounted.! Itf Sill.903,. / Ir \ t .
SALES AND SERVICE 000 and included such: amount ,
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I a* S40.90Q.Oor) for old ago\ a- 1rr.wAwMwMY. B.NI.? 0a '
L"S''l'UART
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ALL MODELS of VOLKSWAGENPhone nance--. $20.142'(0'( for oepen-- -,)..-. -.
dent children; and $10 I .I010W for "

Service i the bund and tangy AmMed. This ,;
for Appointment
your amount she fectMfed lh* $J7,- h" rolO '
HO 1-4W3< I 941.000) for Cuban ,fcfugn. V f623JOOO M'M"
'food duoa- ',. '
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ST. LUCIE MOTORS boa and ssigUxJ lot unemployment Aw. tear tat btta 'f'

compensation.. net I Osqr *fci eels tan w
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"Aid to agncutur m Florida
blocks BUM koMk Tot CMnt
IV* OKXUCHOKX: ROAD
amounted so 'T h i
SiaMJ/VO. aNational I
I hto p swim.. cccfcfert ti 4
Quart n4 qvil ocfcas
> foot. your how aa Ml MwOt ,
protects' as 0w Maw received S?,
FORT PIERCE .wr tan km Sat*
:.000 tax year ruNIC bowing $31 Kita4 Ocwaii 1Jou".anJ Utuatrt. HorUU ,
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conarvaum of aiturai NIOIIIa'' |t
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__ ThurtO ********* 3. 1964 Employers Are RECENT. BUILDING PERMITS I
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Smith merica' maintain Reminded About (Aug. 32 through' / 19) News for Veterans
system, the ArSJT
nttub
for a distance. twice aT Owner Location Contractor Rescript tl Ammmt
mileage from 101II II the ',- '\ Issued by Keller
London ot filtanbul.H Wages Changes City Stuart

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eathcotNurseries Employer in this area were reminded R. H. Lea, !In today of provisions of the. hotel 303 Florida Avenue Taylor .J._ lIMit tj&eo Melvin T. Diiion of the Plorida service officer or by writing to
Fair tabor Standards Act effective < Department of Veteran Af P 0 Box 1417 St Petersburg.
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Sept. 3. \ <,' Martin County ; hue. att... that the Korean Con.flit --=---l.m.lUAJLJJI.LChason's- .
Architect Dwlgned Landscaping. As of that date employe whose "r' veteran who alter pmttiMc
Oriental De ljn A Specialty. work wee brought under tho act's Lillie May Miller Kobe Sound Higbee New reeidgpae 9,000&DOO military service, haw been Complete
Due
Cwnplerti Lino coverage by the 1961 amendmentsare Indlantown New retidettM
of Ornamental Florence Sanders Booker Park, Penny
.Picot efirftlcd to a minimum diaejMrgd. to civilian life within 11 Automotie.Repalea .
Material. "The Indlaa wage Sarah Sams Port Salerno Grien Florida room 1,400
River Of $1.15 art hour instead of flan the 1 last three yean are reminded
Aree'
Oldest Landscape hour. Tho maximum work P-I Construction Company Hohe Sound P., New residence .500 that t they have one semester left .
Nantl'1. Oar 3Sth Year. Tarn week, after which they must! he W. D. Hemhury Golden Gate Wagner Garage 1,440 for education and training untie
Right oft U.$. 1 at Lbdsley paid /at the rate of one and one- the Korean CI Bill.
Lumber b Fort Pierce. Phone half times their ---
regular rate of Congress has established Jan.
HOward 15332.METAL. pay on Sept. 3. II forty-two hours Garage
31, 1963 a* the termination date

a week workweek, replacing for the these fortyfourhour ame- i SectionA for the readjustment program for Korean If Dial AT 7.2311,
Home Building education and training
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worker employe* whose work was covered [ : both veterans.the This Korean deadline veterans applies already to 4ie-4l SERVICE sash FOR FWml SAFETY HI.....

We Are Workers hi Metal byte act prior to 1961) continue embarked on their courses: of study; ,
IF WE DON'T HAVE IT to be tuject to a minimum and to those who are about to ---- -- ----------
WE wage of $1.25 an hour and overtime
CAN MAKE IT for workor I
start classes: now summer
pay after forty hour a week The In September of the fall se GEORGENELSON
m Elevator- Shaft Suitable Home For Waterfront master

ii I The veteran may, of_ course: I
continue in school after that date
t For the Pelican but they will no longer receive an.
STUART PLUMBING The first group of figure ; allowance from the VA ea e h Painting
in the house number E1 month to meet part of their training -
& METAL represents
8. .4. AflMtto WORKS Leads PermitsOnly the square feet of uva- and living expenses, Dixon Exterior
I able area in the house, (The
I even building permits other group la an office num said.Dixon pointed out that those Dial AT 7-0949

PAINTS HARDWARE were Issued last week; two in Stuart ber.) According to Jan Rein- rand veterans who have failed to begin Licensed Lsion
and five in the county. Storm her.) Consult a local contractor y their Korean GI Bill education or
Atlantic 7.0363S Cleo apparently put a pall 0 n for an estimate of training within three years after
Calranlu FtoV building.The building; costs. their discharge or separation from
permits totaled $46,340 in their service have already exhausted Tops In Design
Plu.bt.a 1..a. value of which $36,500 was for their eligibility.
Cut I new residences. Two of the residences By JAN ,REINER, Eligible veterans are reminded

T. ...... I are In fobs Sound, one In Home No. 1080-84 that they may obtain the necessary
I Stuart and one in Booker Park, Information and applicationfrom KINGSIGNS
EI t.t, .-.... Indiantowrt. When Mr.. and Mrs Senior Citizen
their local veteran
Motor ....... For' Mash A Dotkor county
Skill Fortw 4Ubb u4 OUur One item of $7,000 is for the from Michigan or Mastachusetts i
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INDIAN construction of an elevator shaft dream of a Florida retire I
RIVER
SALES In the Pelican Hotel
on TW on.. on Florida ment home, for the Ensign RossQualifies
eraEn! Mm Monk venue, Stuart, a new feature forthe specifications:
"dream house like
run something
hotel. sleeping. Furthermore, all I on
-... ._ this. P
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A waterfront lot with beautiful street major or the water face with either only three the 4'2 FRONT The LexingtonNavy NEON SPECIALISTSFort
trees, under which I II nettled the
minor windows turned toward the
home (and boat). The! Investment / the left and right HALL Ensign Raymond E. Ross( Pierce HOward 4-1399
neighbors on
I BEDRM Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs R. H. '
Including the lot (but not the The 8 feet high at the
ceiling
boat) runs In the $10,000 to $15- back wall, ((the one with ii the entrance CARPORT C 10x9/6 Rosa of North Fork Road Stuart,
000()()( bracket. The house, the lady door), flares to a recently completed: carrier qualifications COMPLETE REPAIRS
gener.oils
up
hopes, will be easy to clean, and CIi aboard the antisubmarIne AND CONSTRUCTION
*. 9V1 feet along the water side
Motors Rewound the yard, the man tnjsU. will be, end thus "orients" the interior to- warfare aircraft carrier USS
e Home Wiring & Outlets a cinch: to keep trim. A small guest ward t the water The ceilings, fin.Ishe4In r. i ') r Lexington the Gulf of Mexi

e ". apartment should be under 11 plaster in order to include co.He qualified by making six take- {f'
Water Pump Repairs \ same roof, but isolated 4ei of built-in radiant electric \
the deck
from
privacy of all concerned. And, R offs and landings
heat, form the underside of!
OPEN ALL, DAY WEDNESDAY while this house should have individuality IN z Af ,, of the carrier. Prior to making the o
the shed roof. And the wide eaves
( it must, of course, possess of the roof project on all four p hC landings at sea, he was requiredto
enough general appeal to assure sides and the ,K I }( qualify on field carrier landing
protect painted stuccoed Y LINDSEY
R. C.
< strips which simulate, on the
lasting&; and high resale value. 3
walla and the carport from 1 ground, a carrier's: flight deck Here PLUMBING CONTRACTOR:
.. ED The above design it I an attemptto the''elements. t _
'II he adjusted himself to the restrict LICENSED INSURED"
translate this I all-American
The 4 by 7-foot entrance hall, ed areas where he must land at 'IIEIIST'IATEDtAL ae7.4.37i
dream Into a tangible piece of real
estato. Since desirable, developed handy to the carport: has a 4Vi- ( -- -- sea. .
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waterfront lots are expensive this I foot-wide coat closet (C), A raised ROOM BEDROOM
home was conceived for a 60-foot masonry' planter (P), also visitle -
HIGBEE ELECTRIC rontage. To meet the specifica- from the interior, dcliniates IOICI d'

ions, all major rooms face the the front stoop and adds a touchof +...OOU-G.. .-',--
water, have cross-ventilation: and color to the 3-foot-wide jalousie i
1 327OSCEOLA AT 7-0744 boast access to the porch--an ideal! front door. The wide cave lion between this door and the : white marble chips (for greater !J'
spot tor Insect-free sitting, eating projection assures a dry conncctt : :- heat reflection), has heavy insulation -

ll car.The 17 by 26th.foot living area between the rafters.

.....- .- thaws light and airf tom-both' HumeNwrHfr! N!4Br"tfe -FURtsllTUH

Ii ends; the street end has a 9-foot- signed by architect: ) a 11 Reiner
author of Florida Homes. (This
I I long strip made of three jalousie publication is available at Val's ROWELL\ FURNITURE CO.Dial
windows, while the water end has Book Shop or' by mailing $1 to .

an 8-foot-wide sliding glass door 100O Fifty-second Street North AT 7.0804 We Give Cold Bond Stamps
flanked by two jalousie windows St. Petersburg, Ha. 33170))
for Women only ((3 feet wide and 6 feet high). ToheiiJt.n

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/ the Indoor-outdoor feel-
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,r;; Ing of the Interior, a screened porch
((8 by 27 feet), wedged In the "U"
', of the house, optically extends the -
Thinking About Next Year'sNew 26Vi-foot-deep interior And for
.a an extra touch of drama at night/ ,
a 16-foot-long trough of indirect
l : light/ (mounted just over the sliding -
WardrobeNew door and the two* windows)
lives a feeling of spiclousnen to
she high ceiling.

Furniture for the home ,- The floor area of the compact
kitchen is daylighted (and aired)
by a small ikydome (see dotted
or ; circle oo plan) centered over the
sink and close .to the breakfast table
J ,_ with the two chairs (shown
the family vacation; f- dotted) set hack of the hall closet
'i ) and away from kitchen traffic.
The double sink (S) and the rangeR
( ) face the living room wall, while
Plan Now for a Savings the refrigerator (RF)) and an extra
counter top are against the utility :
room wall Incidentally, the 9- \\1
foot-long kitchen counter (with 1Homework

I Program of Your Own the wall be built cabinet on the over Job it)or could:it couldbe : either I

I a factory-made "cooking center. -
." Where "open planning" is
r preferred the ikdsr-Ioeotling separation
"between the kitchen and
the living! room may be reduced
.v'r'
to one 4Vi or S feet high; on the
\ other hand, where more complete
separation is preferred folding
doors could: close off the kitchen

\ 1/4/ % ,from ntrance the hail dining area and tbl

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Both bedrooms are corner
MEN Surprise the Woman in Your Life. rooms. The master bedroom has
two 3-foot-wUe to.ctsItb bi-
Start a Savings Account in Her Name. fold' doors two windows and enssliding
DIVIDEND RATE glass door, ahil4 the sec-
Visit today. and bedroom .has a f-foot closet
us PER ANNUM ,ind three windows. The bathroom Ahead?
II "between the two bedrooms but
oundproofed by closers. A *-!**-
linen closet (L) f Is accessible
tide the bedroom hall which has
door to close it off from

t 'the living room. READING AND WRITING;RHQUIRHS GOOD LIGHTING
The con\tructiOA: of this sfab-
miEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN on-e masonry Home No. I lOWV Start the hew school term with proper watt bulb am.I houn of rood lighting

.14 i II rather conventional so that borne study light.It will encourage good lot a penny.And the norat $10 million
M can be built by the average build study habita that bed to better grade. rate reduction now make ample! LJght-
ASSN.OF MARTIN CO. tr doHi-younelfer.. Eiterior
I ails are of S-inch-thick concrete A good tablet lamp that provide Ibr-Uvkic all around your horn the*

blocks; Interior partitions are of diffuMd light, free from shadows and UffMt bargain fa your family budget. .
2! .by 4-inch studding. Ad interon flare-with at leapt 110-watt bulb- Visit your favorite/ deafer and teethe

are plastered.. Plan 1 call for recommended. modern: attractive lampe. and light
rtsltwnl tiles, or terruxo over tilt Good electric light b cheap.: A ISO- log fixture
u.s. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AVENUE 4-inch-thick reinforced concrete 1Kidd
dab The shed roof, topped witbE l| L.

Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. -
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Friday' !" Evenings S pan to 8 r.", ",l t an1P1'd t gy;Z I
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STUART FLORIDS"j lt4(1 FLORIDA. POWER & LICIT COMPANY

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: .\ THURSDAY, SEprEMBER:: 3, 1964 Remarks on Why
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.\ :. ... PuMutbcd every Thursday at 1'II 1 1 But Ocean Boulevard The People Like ;, r, :,
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Entered u second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida k 'y y, -' J R ,
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: GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor
OBSERVING the relaxed, pleased andmorefriendlythanusual
faces of local residents
: MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida $4.50 per year: two yean
in little at one
$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) gathered chatting groups
of after Clco passed, I wa
our chain\ stores
: Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 two $9.50.
per year years
knots of playgoers
.. reminded of the small pleased
Six months $2.75, three month $1.75.
who gathered after a successful theatrical
: Foreign and Canadian rates on application of
performance to discus the highlight

the play 4F

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Sort of 'Practice Run' for the Real Thins; THE HURRICANE. has manifold attractions

not the least of which Is the fact that it

: gives us persons of comparative inconsequence
-. Hurricane 'Cleo' Was a Lady But a sense of meeting intimately a personage of

note about whom we can name-drop for yean

i She Has Sisters Who Can Be Furies to come..


k I-. FOR HURRICANES today are not just

s The damage from Hurrican Cleo was compuralivcly All loose stuff like garbage cans and lids, wind and water, hot and cold air but person- % c ,,

light-unlen it happened to he your boxes, small signs and such, should be storedin alities cleverly built up by the Weather Bureau, n a odd f ,'y j Iftl'( V q' PY (r

: roof that was wrenched, your trailer that was garages or sheds. press, TV and radio.

". damaged, or your beautiful trees that were But, don't forget this, Clco's biggest lesson .

= pushed over. win that it was a ladylike hurricane. Stop CLEO short for Cleopatra Egypt's queen

The man whose auto was dented by a and think what might have happened if those! like her namesake had killed her hundreds

: falling tree, whose flower farm was wrecked, winds had gained half again in power to 150 before she came twirling seductively and

whose nursery plantings were" torn up or whose miles an hour in keening sustained blunt, dangerously down on us. Before she held the

: : office windows were smashed In by the storm Cleo was a small hurricane, only 100 miles asp to her bosom up around Jacksonville, she

suffered a personal! lOll Just say that there across and taking just seven hours to pun gave perhaps a million East Coast of Florida
I: were fewer of those in this hurricane than in over. A large hurricane Is apt to be 300 miles residents a first-class entertainment made deliclously .

the destructive blows which hit us In 1949 across and to take from 30 to 36 hours to more thrilling by personal! participa

and 1933. puss over. tion.

Ceo,, gave us a few gusts of 100 miles an Clco's lesson, in two words, was:: "Be .

: hour or better-but we did not have sustained prepared." AS ONE OF the playgoers my hat is off

: winds! of 125 miles an hour or shrieking toppling Had Cleo been able to speak she might to Les Combs and his staff at WSTU for a

gusts up to 165 miles an hour. Cleo was well have said, "I'm only the leant in the well-staged performance. It was not perhaps .

a mild hurricane. She was, in a way, a family. I shook you a little, hurt a few of you, noticed that had
I designed so, but I they a HURRICANE SUNSET This view of the sunset was taken Wednesday from a point on Osceola Street at the rear of the BAnk of Stuart
practice run for the real thing. Cleo should, let thousands by unscathed-but have big the factual
straight man who played parts _.....
: teach us some lessons. sinters that are" terrors When they pass, hundred another who provided comic relief, and scores -- -

First, storm shutters are good and storm of roofs are torn off. They squash flat of human interest hit players. ; iI i
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insurance Is good-even though few claims scores of houses and business. buildings. They iI I
Here filed. There were no reports of storm leave rows of utility poles across the road .e>
THERE WERE the actors the I
good -
.damage where shutters were properly installed. Instead of leaving you without lights and water ;
ladies ,
sheriff and his the Red Cross ,
deputies v'
Next!:' there's entirely too much loose -stuffin for hours, they'll make it many days. Tht'll
our mobile home colonies. This is not said strip the leaves from every tree and shrub Civil Defense! and Civil Air Patrol heroes, and I I' O

I critically, but as a fact of life made plain by and sandblast the paint off every car left in the doctor and staff waiting at the hospital A---- j
for of that Cleo might clobber
I the fact that there was pretty widespread the open. They'll sink anything afloat and teardown any us nasty -
and had the sense, as in all good plays, '
one ,
of aluminum and cabana dock the river.
debris canopies
ma every : along
those .
The are
that the "baddie vll\lancsl"\ would be foiled. opinions expressed
tcrial scattered around the parks. If the winds Don't let Clco's'comparative mildness would and it did.! of the writers. !If desired, letten | I
bad reached 125 to I 150 -miles an hour, this foul you if you are' among the 16.000 new Right triumph are printed above a nom de plume i

would have been dangerous Indeed. Trailers residents of Martin County who have arrived but never without r The News knowing I
should! be securely moored. since the lust severe hurricane In 1949.\/ WE OLD.TIMERS watched Cleo jealously, the name of the writer let'ten

Bushy trees should! be trimmed before: hur Cleo was a lady. She has sisters that can be doubting that she would surpass the famed sent in anonymously are filed )
ricane season arrives. terrors actresses we had Men in the lead role in past>> In the waste basket-The Editor. ;

performances. The newcomers could have their
FOLLOW NAZARENEOR
t Carol Charming but we kept our Helen Hayes. ATOMIC WAFARE < $ c

''V WILL WRIIE '.":'IiIS' ; *

U THERE ARE no persons more smug than TO HUMANITY'S HOPE I ,
Rules Avoid Given Y
I\ to 'Highway Hypnotist' old-time hurricane watchers" who have viewed Editor: ttuaM.Hew*: w--- wJF'
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classic performance:, "they tur'iiedto eaci' other: Had a talk with a friend o f

By Motor Club Official Before Labor Day and smiled at the height of Cleo' eighty to mine who is a civil defense! pupil

/ one-hundred-mile an hour dance and said: and now I know. I had thought ,
"They Cull that a hurricane Remember 1949 that all life would die in an atomic

Drowsing at the wheel is one of the greatest Unlike the "Headless Horseman", the Remember 1933 Remember I92S: Remember holocaust I but she says no--only: ,
I I dangers of long-trlp driving. "Highway. Hypnotist" is on the road every day 1926 warm-blooded 1 life I dies from fall- <

Although Labor Day I Is a holiday--a day and night attempting to lure you into a out. j

set aside for a period! of recreation or rest, deadly amashup I HAVE a suspicion also that people like On the premise! that all life dies, ,

motorists will be overworking themselves physically But he can be fooled! hurricanes because tearing up property-and I in hud gladly fallout relinquished shelter rather my place than

and mentally behind the wheels of their Here are proven ways to break his spell getting away with it-Is a secret desire !in any to a man-made dessert to
emerge
cars on Florida's highways./ and stay alert: almost every human heart starve. For without insects plants ,

"When holiday driving or at anytime of the Start all trips well rested Fatigue deteriorates could not conmue: and without

year becomes wearisome! work, watch out for your entire driving ability THE BACHANNAIJAN "hurricane green feed, nothing else could sur

the 'Highway Hypnotist'" warns William F. Change your speed, body position and party," a pagan ritual still indulged in by the vive. All would be destroyed and

Powers. director of Allstate Motor Club. "He sight objects frequently Otherwise your re- less inhibited, Lt an honest expression of joyful even human life would fizzle out.

could put a spell on you that could cost you flexet and judgment can be dulled\ by the celebration that the wind is doing to our But she says, all but warm

your life. monotony of road sights and car sounds belongings what they properly have coiningto blooded life would be That immuneto means

"Ha usually makes an appearance when Don't eat large meals before' or during along them thut atomic the birds devastation.would die with the 1IIIS RECUMBENT tree at' the Bill Abbott home Port Salerno, is typical of damage in that area.

you are driving on a long straight monotonous trip, rather; stop frequently and eat small cattle and sheep-all mammals including

stretch of highway, like a superhighway, amounts. ANY ONE of u* who hat ever kicked most of us of course-: 5L(
where your travel is swift, comfortable and Driving long distances at night should be table or pounded on a balky outboard with a all those who could not find a r ; : ) :

unhindered," Power points out. avoided because the danger of hypnosis is hammer, must realize that there is no love shelter. There would be left only '.

"At the same time you have been lulled much greater. Darkness relaxes some driven lost between the human race and what the the insects the reptiles the plants 4, r ta d
into inattention, drowsiness and a state of too much. Also keep instrument panel lights assessor calls "real or personal properly." the fish-as it was a few millions .j lt.w' rdwY r'S

dulled reflexes! and your eyelids usually become low to reduce hypnotic glare of years ago. nr
heavy or you experience! blurred vision. Wear loose fitting clothes and keep fresh A roach walks across my floor,
At this point In your travels-stop your car air circulating in the car. IT MAY EVEN be that the home owner, and I think; you, my enemy who 1 > ..
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and rest, you've just been introduced to the Play the radio, but avoid slow music Sing plagued by succession of mortgage payments were here before me-you will .'
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'Highway Hypnotist'. ." out loud or whistle along. stretching on for decades, does not really feel survive me. My species is doomed, t ': /. <':
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"',. too budly about a few ripped shingles and by its own hand and yours will ,
Out when you do stop-stop at an established Don't follow the same car too long. If
without
smashed Inherit the earth. And my A "
window his A
or so on tormentor.
I service area or at one of the wide you find yourself staring or if your eyes begirt warm-blooded compatriots y o u rpeople 0 P #n.w"r Jx
psychologist might that he feels that the %
I pull-off> rest! area locations where you can to glaze pull off the pavement at a rest area house say will run riot over the ruins) +
"deserves little in the
get well off tho right shoulder of the road. and walk around outside. a punishment My friend says that those humans -
hope that it will behave belter in the future.
If you're driving on s superhighway where Try to avoid sun glare. Prolonged exposureto who have built shelters, and
there I is no established! rest area, get off glare is a major factor In cyestrain which: will therefore survive will be the
>-wt the next exit and stop to rest. in turn causes fatigue. WHO HAS not wanted to trim his neigh few, the superior one., who will
1 bor's hedge or secretly desired to lop off a build the "future of humanity \
i I ""M w trespassing limb extending over his yard How Those few -not you and I ourchildrenthose .
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genuine is our "sympathy" when an act of few will able
1
. Home for Lost KeysIs Walking around Stuart In the hot sun God does it for u,1 to make the whole planet serve
their needs, and will create a
Needed in Town scouting!! down new stories and picking up "greater human rae." without us.
ad copy just because some dumb' newspaper AS AN AMATEUR student of human What egotism! What noble ignorance

I Every town needs a home for I lost key man I lost his car key can be mighty aggravut-" nature I must' report that several score of my For we have "ruled"" only
Ing. closest friends came by to inspect the awesome precariously to date and haveso
Maybe It should be the police department-, ,
Why didn't we have a duplicate key wreckage: of a tree that had fallen on my often been swept aside by Na
The police could not only look after them but made We did. Lost the duplicate last month 1959 sedan like!. a giant octopus swallowing a lures omnipotence.( For despite a

would keep them from getting in the wrong and the original this week, sea turtle our moon-shots and satellites wecan't
t hands. There should be voluntary fee for even introduce one species:
It in wt'll
I Please Chief If anybody turn
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their return -- $1-which would into the beast into culture without
ay of another
4 ( police department picnic: fund. go put $2 in the picnic kitty and! add five pound THEIR FACES lit up in genuine joy; they reaping untold misery'-as the
of wieners. slapped me on the back and
: congratulated:
h rabbit into Australia or the water
,,What we are getting at I Is that there should
me, assuring me it would probably be a total
hyacinths into Florida, or removing
1 be one central! place to which lust keys shouldbe
loss. I felt somewhat depressed myself on Friday the foxes from England.Yet .
returned, with Information
as to where SUPREME: COURT IIAS LOST TOUCH morning when the tree was removed! and we think that we can introduce
they' were found. the car emerged without a scratch You cannot wholesale death upon the
t ; l If everyone who rinds treys gives them to (Oakley. Kan- Graphic) trust mechanical things. bird and beasts and people that

,,the police, and everyone who loses keys goes "Our U. S. Supreme Court recently handed fulfill the law, and emerge in command

I 'JO" the police many a frustrated! key-loner" down a decision which shake our system: ED CLAY my good neighbor, who owned of the planet, even thoughwe
,would.have a better chance to get them back of have practiced it. The haven't yet achieved a perfect
I government a* we the tree, promptly had it removed next! mooing :
? Keys are valuable--to the owners.. It costs! Court announced that stale* unconstitutionally : a noble act for which I thank him here. government, and can I even
till. \ the of own continent
around i$40 to have a locksmith break open adopted the federal system of representation ; He moved! so fast, however, that many sightseers without grasslands" bringing our upon ourselves
a safeT'deposit box' to which you have lost the by people and area. But, our form of felt cheated. dust and desert! and
storms
key. Loot keys can lead to robberies of homes democracy. has worked pretty well under this death. ALL HUT WAS left of a trailer canopy ww metal debris along the roadside at Port Salerno.

and business places. That's why smart folks system. one of our check and balance 1 DID WIN one temporary victory in the"" But, like all the ignorant we. -- .. --- .. -
do not put name tags on their key rings The urban 11'111Ikn't "lose representation hurricane. Mel fellow think ourselves capable of upsetting -
a who : that
The Supreme Court sets in a !lofty positionand he had complained the divine law the natural hard-pressed even to survive much So there i it only one possible outlook had t major war. This b the fat
tree down. I him
a trumped with the
81 pronounce lofty decisions. In meaningwell law, and rearranging it so suit our less to multiply; and they would for our "noble race:" year. Do we surd now for"rights" o

The Stuart News will furnish photo prints in its decisions for the !people, has it condescending remark: 1 had three down" own intern--.nd Mete willing fare no better than cave men. Either we doom ourselvt" to a to the exclusion of a
But then
really \lost touch with them?' Ray Loreni of Homcwood on Sew all* to to! Human culture and. kkah can return to savagery or we adopt en. or do we kern to "go II
t of sizes up to I by 10 incite, of any picturetaken Point had! to brag that he had nine down In Pandora's box YoU nothing com be nurtured only when there is now the principle: set down by the second mile?" Do .w..'follow prk
by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 his front yard and hadnt even started counting pared to thus time and safety to nourish" them Nazarene and live by them. or the Teacher of Galilee An '"

for the first print and $1.00 for any additional Limiting social security recipient to nuking in his back yard, For if we were to unleash"'" upon In a lUe-and-death struggle. for You and I must forego our heading bbndly into tclf-denn

t'\ prints ordered from the lame negative at the no more than $1,200 a year on the tide is> ourselves the devaluation of atom survival all she must fall by the selfish aim and! consider IU dare son or can we learn to live t:

\ tame time; larger size by special quotation. unjust and discriminatory, NOT THAT I am a poor loser, but if the ic warfare, the few "who were able wayside, and humanity would become for"--the need of our hungry good doctrine of humility pas
Stuart News employees will not laic photographs to survive would be so swamped : no more than hungry, rtght-- brothers m all corner of our and toveT
l except for the newt and advertisiaf ""* W ho wont be hurricane game .is going to be played fair it "with the horde of hungry insects med beasts, living without OL_ planet lest they unleash this *fcc*. Think O, think maul carefC:
Newt. shooting from the hip- seems to me that there should' be a law limit- and reptiles deprived of fort miserable day entific horror
l 4 column of The Stuart which o* themselves" and For this i* a natter of life a
with Texas vs. Arizona The campaign will bea i Ing the number of vegtctabb
trees a contestant can have their naturu loud would prey eating and insect sad sea .
f ] re-run of "Duel m the Sun on his platy before a storm. upon them, that they woukl. .be fa*. Every twenty-tat yean w.. bars sksh&c ,



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Annual Fall Parade of Mullet Schools Is halts Spanish. j jacks madMnt taMish are. Tarpon'l 1 hu.....,, September 3, 1964 s.c

to be much m evidence T
II hem that reiMlts. when 'I this whole

Signal for Spree of Snook Tarpon HereWatch to gang believe corratta. until'" same you mullet sat it!it hard I C'I"mist!' .h 4

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East Coat snook are never -. t I.f'Io teats.us. ..
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; easier to hook than during the ;-
r r I for schools ol mullet la ltuarticn. xl>,,ii,i"ng pate of at Jupiter Inlet and Palm Beach ocean on the beginning of the mullet run. (Out they're Mill notpunnovers
parade down the ocean beach nuittK often i\i,'na from horwon Inlet. Spot action may occur wherever flood .) Mullet run fishing is
and enter the St. LIK.K: and Indian to heruwn jitng the beachSohooJs the snook oan lie m ambush Fall snookers pray for 1\\)1"'- a must for every" snook enthusiast
47 I Riven. a quarter mile in length: or the mullet oats be driven into easters, for they know that the
E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.1737 Its the !signal for the beginning are not uncommon a poeket snook will be at their "boldest I in VIRGINIA OFFICIAL
OPEN !RION. 1IIRU SAT of stnMtional: jumbo snook and The effect on the snook populatfcm You don't t even need a boat for white water. Rain or a heavy over 1O AIH()Rt&S: GIUTOtRSJ
7:30 A.M. TIL 9 PAL tarpon fishing known as the fall is magic.il Ordinarily the mullet run snook In fact a boat cast Is also helpful In fact, the .
OPEN SUND.VY 8 A.M. 1 P. M. jamboree wise and unprittutable snook on would! be highly impractical for nastier the weather the better the Eldred Hill Jr communion
I' Big snook fishing excikment this coast are strictly a dawn dusk fishing moM of these fall snook fishing gets. er of the Virginia EmploymentCommiMHWi Va..
Richmond. will
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co, builds' up on Hondas Central or night lime proposition With the hangouts, Being afoot is no handicap The surest way I for fall-run address the twenty-first! annual Want the perfect aitntvenarj
East Coast t from early September arrival of the /mullet, they suddenly to the angler snook is to bait up with the mullet Florida
I convention of the Fruit *
through early November as the : become voracious daytime The important thing is to locate they're feeding on During a & Vegetable Association! at Miami gift Send Flowers!
annual fall migration of mullet I feeders. the mullet On a given day they feeding frenzy, mock will drive' I Hunch: on Sept 24 He will ad fjI ..
BACKTOSCHOOLspecials moves southward ,along the shore I Their feeding sprees are most may be thick enough to walk on plenty of bait ashore right at your "'1'1:11thl: fourth business session, tfJ.t,7 ,..WKIU'lUf&t )
lines. I likely when ,md where quantities in one area, but completely: l absent feet. Otherwise, one Issue of a cast I of the convention as a memberof it '.
The migration begins with occasional of the smaller mullet c:0041'eaate.Somo from another The regulars keep net will usually yield' a tubful of a panel on the topic: of ""I ha
schools of these nervous of the proven spots includethe moving until they find them, the fmgertings. Critical Labor Situation" I !
bailfish scurrying: south just beyond south Jellied .Sebastian Inlet action sector gradually moves Fingerling mullet should be impaled _.
i the breakersith passing I t. the ocean pier\ at Vero Beach, southward as the rim progresses on '/0 or 6/0( hooks and! I The U S. had about" 143 COCCAM BLVR >(TUACIXFl/
days the trickle becomes a steady Riomar Reef HIM south of Vero, Mullet are likely lo be most allowed! to swim freely, sans lout I I cians per 100,000) of "'' rhY"/, / t11. AT 7.4300
stream, school on school, each the treacherous north jetty at Fort abundant at the mouths of the Inlets or sinker whenever possible. 1 two- I 1962
one containing a distinct uze group Pierce Inlet, the pier and surf on on slack water 1 hey usually! foot leaders of siMy'pound mono during---- -.-...... --..- -- --- -.. --
FILLER'' from three-imhcs up to I w 0- Hutchmvm Island. St. Lucie: Inlet enter the inlets on the top of the will get more strikes from the I
FILLER I pounders. At the height of the the Juno pier and..._the jetties outgoing_tide and return to theDICCIV wile critters than wire I / / for Fall
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PAPER rn PAPER : ? ,.t\l;'"' W:"," I proven buektail atrllo.t-or feather gettrrs,jig Mirror are.sided the MlIe PLAZA

) ,' plugs, swimming plugif, and surface
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plug are also gotxl. '
500 I> 300 COUNT ,. I experts try to cast them at in.I.1! SALON
VALUE S73 47 C v dual fish svcn striking. nl. 31? W. OCEAN BL>D. AT 72WIOWNFRl
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or leaping clear An i:>eii better I
technique In to cut "beyond the Ill GmRGl.URmlCK
pot where a sneak is winking
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t *-C THE mjART (FIe.) NEWS Thunday, September 3, 1964 1 SATURDAY SUNDAY-Cosflese* Several Agencies Are InvolvedFloridians

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11-WEDNESDAY A.. .:ry .w. .. ...)... .4._.I .to'.M.'A W**.haiM teirl 1* 1C>*,k>*_.tkttom_IDle Tb(ofH I... Site-i.S,:12 II P..N.oo5,05li..Club.rtoo.=\Iar'_ lilli-I.-4 OD ifCh,5osOhip 0.1.I .._) To State's Constitution In November



WEDNESDAY.-Coutlnuej
II MOM Thkktr* .

SEPT ;a IttOO- ..l.l.t.lt JIi_.. Wkt ... Bix.rUTHURSDAY ..$ -4 Ton__ T..do .r'RDo' Proposed aaMBdmenU to the place the Board of Control at the m.ltinthe effectiveness of each JUDICIALIUR
) I
wi-5j1 Shod.
MuMq "iH Mpr5p.' "Turm.i5.d" 10II=. = State (Constitution have been made governing board of higher education articled revision dependent upon S9 Judicial ClmlIncT" ,

MisOj .i.iv I) :Toithihi. ... "......,. c...... I .,00-4 Able' Show ..., The I in the State. The members the approval of at) the revised articles "*
available to Stuart News by
.
: "DS" : Job' Smith ...04tlithtiIgnu I BoMhoa Do.hpOs 4 "'ho Sor.sIu. I .
-: ,W"'Un<< Hit ttO'.t.: I BWJo BfflirtSO t Ib b':: trio Bronson.! senator from the 33rd of the Board are to be appointed by a to-called "daisy chain"arrangement At present the Constitution provides
::: ... .
0:1 .;." ?b..tr. I BlUMMMIIt ...
*- KuH mt Madly (Color) ,00-4 Bold V.n....* District, which i inUudei Martin from geographic areas of the state the Supreme Court that the legislature may

flera_ 10 A.... P...... ,., Wild K In.do.. County for nine-year staggered terms. Theappointments declared it invalid and ordered the establish not more than 16 judicial
(Sam u Mohdtv ...*..ll) IDlOO-4 Quirk) Draw IlfO.." I* BJuarfootI
the ballot.
to be made by the revision struck from le*.
are conwst of not
each to
voted circuits.
1,tOO-10 Mutt. On Th.* R.nlw S. HMlor HwtMM Color) Os 'eli The amendments to be on '
lI..r' SEPT 3Moi.1n5 IDilB, -10 twt. Bob .fa-1: All Pro Beor.ho.rl in November's general election. are Governor with the concurrence of HJR 368 proposes to remove than Ml.OOO population with the
.. 10,30-4 Ulihtr MonM ,,.SO- 0... Coll.f loutS
.
M. "A T.ket I. T_.. the State Board of Education and
constructed along
4ri I.' XL t (Color) Blu. An..'. summarized here. Senator Brormon this impediment to constitutional circuits to be

1 "CI7 D..r" (Sim M Monk.* .i_n 10-U Mitto) Land 1* I...... and ....._ Ihere may be slight changes before confirmed by the Senate The additional county hnci Monroe County is B
MOViea- IS .. 11 IOO-4 BID TI. Tlt1 M HI.h.OI' Patrol says revision by authorizing an
.i4 .*. ": >k | -4 Summit 110m. l r, "Mo4n Board shall elect a chairman every itself. HJR 59
circuit propose
.
.. election hut by
the that are
ftvcntnfrOO Opmpanriv. from 110' Doss) th* MCT.M .5-1 Cam.ra 7 they
-4.1 Iiwipiwm. W.wtier YtOO-4 Pntnouri) 10-U tirtoanlM' Cuptr Cartoraolt .,._.11 Kl.hinr. Wntkr.W Ipofli basically correct four years and an executive secretary method of revising the entire to increase the maximum numberof

7 N rw. and W.nlh.r tiOO Fury II ...h.,,.. .tbr. Booru I It also elect an executive Constitution or of revising or that the
-4 Movie may circuits by providing
I* N..... W..lh. 10 ..*.... of Olorr. ',,011II..11.)..
Comment r ipntiilGIt ArMrMMSim 11 Pout) >n4 Cat a) i 1964( CONSTITUTIONAL officer who shall act as an amending any portion; of it, by legislature may establish not more

.lit-, Hunt ( .. Mon-ky .._t) II.U-II Dante Billy) Ev.alny AMF.NDMF.NISTwelve advisor to the Board on all educational proposing, such revision or amend than 20 judicial circuits. The other
.... I iOO-10 Moo)" IJK,( >- 4 Ikr Slag th PIVM (Color)
I* N_ 1' .... iOO-1-7 MM* *
.. ..- 41.0_4 Moo* I I Itullwlnkl. (Cub''or) I* Miami ..... ConI....".. I resolutions proposing problems. In other respectsthe ment in a single resolution to be portions of the present provision

',IDN.*..> ? Sal 1'M.ton of Ih* Yukon I I Tooth .nd U.. 1'_ II rhamplon.hlp Brldii. statute prescribing the powers. adopted by vote of 3of the are retained and a provision Is
amendments to the Florida constitution
II Bun
I Movl.I,4S ) thorny W. Want lisP
1*Huntst.BrIikI.y Bnitrfoot kopm &mb...*r T.....). ,_10 Ai.w.ri P...... B.OID,11-7 BMbnnt I* were adopted by the 1963 duties and functions of the new members elected to each House added to prevent a reductionthe ita
It 1.:10III.,: )..... Mkttnm "." board is similar the entered itt the
VciMlnc "m/lD 10 All Pro 800" amend to present with the votes respective number of circuit judges' then
Ev.nl.f A thirteenth
regular session
.,41I.W.It. Cranktt S flMiMmID ..SO-.4 Hawaiian Its:
.., Nwt-H..tl*,. BrilkM, l,0 -4-l M.w*. Wktb. front .0 DIs0000r001 Ow 11.10"00II I Pruluivd Kllrkr ment adopted by the ipecial session Chapter rihfs' S. Like i the Boardof journals. The revision shall a circuit is created or changed
TlOO ..4 UfMh Vnll.r Ihlrt N***. W**...rI Am."'." Biodotao4Ale. t Florid roni. Control new board will be be submitted to the electorate at the approval of
.. In February, 1963, and providing Contingent upon
HurkWburrr. Moo 10 HoounanyIt
Hound _...
"illV ...... subject to the policies and super the next general election held more
Hnvl.Cffitr th* Conqueror" II eo. 101... Bporti, W..thrt for legislative apportionment of 43 this amendment HB 58, Chapter
It TII" .ill-T ....... 1,00-1 VI. D.v.lopin.t Com"I..I.1I .i4.II p..lna Pouds7t00.d vision of the State Board of Edu- than 70 days after the resolution'sadoption the 196
of the
and I 112 by
63-470
senators members was passed
._ .. II Now.L3O4 1',1 LooMs. Color
?* CDS 7 Hlighway )
.
cation (SB 265. 63.204)) unless the legislature
..7 Tk Vlrtlnlim N... M.v.rlek 1-7 Bill Dana Show House of Representatives Chapter pro legislature! This bill divide*, the
1C-II 0..'* tnd KinlotiOO I HuntUr-BHnkUr ....... till-I Photography II NI).hHf.( on th. fluid' C..... will not ? the apparently ballot, (A provision exempting the new vides by vote of 3/4 of the mem I 15th Judicial Circuit, presently
.. -U-IS Putt Viik Show T 101.._ WkttII I.30-I fh.ito.r.unx 7,30-4 My ravoriw Mania. appear on hoard from the control of the hers elected to each House, for
," LI). ef th. fold COM .. and
sG-4 Siop.no.Ie'1 .h. 10 Wi .tlln 1-7 Walt DI.) Color) since the federal decree approving composed of Broward Palm
OoT''". Fojuoi'u n.u.ht.r" 1-' N .t o'-4 1I..rlJo' HlllblUU. -4 N.w.-"'. CroKktl .oo-S Its nd th. Story 'tOO-4 'Kd\ Bulllvan Ihow lified by SB 1407. Chapter 63-558)). Notice: of the proposed re-
Tb.i giilntiploitktr ,iOO-4 p.ul..t Jun.tk>. 7 W.l<'h M.. Wlur4. 7 M>cnUk, .,t Montwu. is approved the bill \becomes
t .. I C.U th* tMwtort It "strd.y Hop .._0-*.' .. .1 Bun Cu.jr Mr Nov.kII II _"" llnhllliht) 11J A_t and Trial tion must be published by the Secretory .
?>-*-4 Dink Vu urt HlKhw.r Patrol) .,30-4 Bold ou..., BOO, -4 C.l.brltr) (lows of the amendments to be Sihuol Buildings thereafter the I 55th Circuit will be
"On dT .. To"l.btII ,,101'.0'.. 11 N.w.1.40I I.T Banana of State If voted on at a
'O.. I. nttroJ :; I Tom!>l. }j olloton S Pl>>ho..... 0,30-4 H.nn...... submitted to the electorate at the When the present Article XII general election and approved, therevision composed of Palm Beachi Countyand

-** Powoll '. _...U.CHRISTIAN 10-11 ih. Kllnuuin Color,) I.M.-1 Morti.nl. at Buolt 10oo-t Candid Cam..a6T general! election of November; Section 18 was adopted in 1952 the 17th Judicial Circuit.created ,,
7t Smut Strip 'too-4 BiwhM 1 103-4 Surf.hl. Bin Show of th* Work. takes effect at noon on the be composed of
1964 deal with the field of edu. by act will
T On. Stop B.rond, I Blur and th. MtoryIt 10 101 n.l. it provided that certain portions of the first Tuesday after the first
10-11 bonnr K..d cation. Three of these of stale Broward County. The amendment
hIthte II Movl are
"111-6.7 Ur. klld.r 1. of'.IJf1.. .. :.':.. 10.aoW...... My I..toe, wide interest while of the motor vehicle license fees Monday of the January following: will permit the creation .by' the
1 Mr TbM Soul two are should be earmarked for constructing .
if voted election it
!! I Plnnwr. on in a special
.iOO 4 ksrr Mi..* 1 Cloud T Th..tr* llili4..7.lI Mows. Wt.... ..*... local concern. enlarging and capi. legislature of three additional cifcuits -
10 Btump tin. Stars ....00D.tll.fl..'ld II Mw.ll.ta.4 equipping takes effect on the 60th day there. in similar manner' .
II Cnilvn OToal) I l>.ni..rmin Moo)" SJR 267 Higher tdiicallon( tal outlay projects for school purposes after, in either case if an effective

'tSO 10-11:' -t-l Jimmy I'L.ln B-ow .1* thvnplnniihlp KoIlM, U.rbyIt Bowllnl4i I MovbI Miami) Un..d Board! for a period of 30 years from date is designated in the resolution, Slit 1083 Dade County

10:00-4 Th* .Mart' 0,_4 Cbmplan.blB. Wn.tllnT II 0 o.ro"'..' of the 701 January 1 I. 1953 Bonds issued by it takes effect on that date. Civil Irlub
l-f Mv.tarp ThMtn (kit) Mo.). liOl -II Nltktwauk M*. At present Article XVI Section the State Board of Education for
10.11 lCd)* d.m. (.It.) 1,00-1 MB N.... 4iO_It Mo." N*. I 7 of the Florida Constitution provides SJR 268 Emergency Successionof This resolution proposes td adda
10.11 Hid) C..... (Alt.) lu-ll World' ot Sit-se - that the legislature shall not county school buildings were required Public OfficersSinces provision to the Florida Chnstj-
.
.0'10Th.* FlonMraIS BtSOIDA MONDAYBEPT to mature prior to January I tution authorizing civil trials .io be
>> Mows KoparulliOO office [
I Mink Road la DMIMEnln create any for a tern longer
SCIENCE 4.1-t-lk. Mwi, ",..th... (part* 7Morol.ti 1 I. 1983. the advent of atomic held in branch Courthouses 19 any
than four and this is the
11 1'1.' ... years term
RADIO SERIES ( With one-third of the prescribedtime bombs, numerous proposals have municipality within Dade County.
i I III 0-11 N w r7wthr, Sport presently prescribed for members
.iOO-4 Mows, ',o.ta. WMtkt been made for to insure with
I.1"nv" concerne4
SIR 218 officials
provisions
The
i 10 Met). 1-7 ) .., .,00,_.., C..tJ..taI CInaotOOes of the seven-man Board of Control. having elapsed pro- county
'
RADIO STATION WSTU 11130-i. Taidihi with Inhnn C..o" 'itO-4 H.wnllin Sri 5,55-4 Snnm.r 5ooot.r "&a_ Upon recommendation of its Committee poses. to revise Article XII Section the continuity of operations such trials are !authorized to (naiii-

(Color' S murtiirad. 7lohsnuI ) durtlon, to Sp.e. BoU.'..' the I 18 (a) and (b) so as to ear during periods of emergency resulting > lam such office and records as
EACH MONDAY hIS PJM. 5 MovloI Outlookho Biao-4 0.11... at the Air on Higher Education
from disaster caused'
:rol-li Nirbiostib M.vl. "l-t Contln.ot.1 Clro. (Color) Florida Legislative Council mark the motor vehicle license! fees by may be necessary to accomplish"

4lO '-II Motif' ..._t HduMtlon IivUxlolTiOO '. II Comwtr. Tim. the 1963 that pro'posed the for 35 years from January I I. 1965, enemy attack. SiR 268 proposesto \ this purpose. In earlier years. similar
I Montov.nlf to
., session
- - 40-10 Hnlnlih N.w*
authorize the in-
Bln.r.phf( .i4_-4 JIi.... I. BputoB terms of the members of the board or until the beginning of the year legislature to provisions, limited to jury''friali,
FRIDAY It HlKhw.r P.lrol 'T Bnnibln AI....... 2000 Other revisions made by sur< the continuance of state and nave been adopted for Brqvard
FE0can P150-4. Luol-D.il) Com.J Hour which governs the state universities
n.T.4 (.,.m..... CIty 545-I II. tItus tlnltr U* Tb li.llWord! ,,D.r be made longer. This proposalwas this amendment are to increase the local government operations with Highlands Pasco, )Pinellas, and

i 7 The Llutn.nt II N.... WMthw Introduced SiR 267 and maximum interest rate on bonds provisions for prompt and tempor. Volusia counties.Million .
Mornlnf II HoounaonrI t as
(g.... u )...** situps) I '.30-4 The U.f.nd.r.I TiuO|.., -T.4..Popoyi.? fur-ooM was given favorable action by the issued hereunder from 4% to ary succession to the powers and

0,21-4, gumra.r nitr.. "Jntrodu 100' Blkhop 10 ContlninUI) ClkHroom It leaves the 4%, to add a third method of duties pf public offices and with Employed
tlun la HDU* *cl n"" 10-11 llwwnu WitS 11 111.... legislature present such other measures as be
I 5,00-to Contln.Dt.1, Clwtroomi.ao t.OO-I.T Mono) Tl-0.-4 N.. wording of Article XVI, Section 7, computing the number of instruc. may
overcome -II M..t.. '.JO.-4 gumro.r PUrhouM 1(1( nrou.alII r but adds tion units in each county (I.e., the nccessarw and proper The requirements In Timber Harvest
.100- 4 Movl) 10 Hollywood P.lui. Variety Marl unchanged an exception of the Constitution must ;be
.,30-I CooklnK with'0.5Aftitnoon .ftiiM-4 Uunnmolt 5.00.Captals tt..._ for members of the board charged number of instruction units on behalf Latest figures reveal' that wejl l
d 10 Ur.MUBh.bU4" adhered to however whenin
Ol' $4 Tod.y of which bonds have been except '
(g... .. Muud.y loop) It Tl. bwiitir Ia-II Moo.) with responsibility for colleges which the Ie cl lature'a judgment to do over a million people are' employed
fear? IrIlO-IO Movl.. 10..1-11.11 II.'* ThIS tw ii.0-10 0r.... P... and universities (not including issued will produce revenues by timber-based !
my ..aD---' Moo).. IIO -4. I 7. II. II N.. ',SO.-1.' T.dr. Bhow whose terms i equal to |1111 times the amount required so would be impracticable or involve enterprisesIn
f Moot.1i405 liOB 10 junior colleges), may the twelve Southern Pine prqducing -
ctf..t''w..t. 10 art undue
I:: :: ... for debt service each year), delay.
Bonctw BmitUlMI lilt I ) ) ..i4S-111 Kunnr Computr be extended by the legislature to : states.
10 Ifuokl.b.Hound, ,,11'11--4 I MimI ,, and to omit the language in the
THE TRUTH -4 Movl / fUR 869 Commfcrtioner
/ -
It !!.hl) ., WMtkw.; .RerM i I I tOO-T (Mh.r World I D.bbl.. ) DroSs not more than nine years. that each Statistics<< also show that despite
provision stating
IN THIS 1.49. I Vldcov.nlur.) 111-1 Moo IeII.Slft ) T Mlk DOII.II Shoe An implementing law was enacted present I of Agriculture the increasing scope and vtriety

Bmlnct.00 Movl 10 But Billy effective annual installment of maturing Article IV Section 26 of the of the forest<< industries
I II Btkrll.hl IhMtr subject to becoming region s products -
GREATBOOK -4-1 )N..r., Iportt. Woatkol 11, "ill_! Wrtlln) (..... '1'.... >SAwo.sodAodIi SO 4 Buil approval of this amend. bonds shall not be less than 3% of I Constitution presently prescribes lumber is still, ;the domj-
'
1 N.w.' WMtbn ... :: upon .
iOO-10 D. Club Mornlni FLriow. the total amount of an issue
CAN DISSOLVE to Moo) iusll Nlirhiv/iuh) Show No. t 10,00-4 Hnn.M. .* ment. This law establishes a nine- 'I the duties of the Commissioner of inant factor, from. the employment

ill .",1 il o-(-'T II I.OamnMBt. Hunt 1..0-1 Chiraplmihlp) WmtUni s-t Mik* Bmm for' D.ddr member Board of Regents to re- CS fur IUR 323 Slat School Agriculture and includes a require standpoint .
I.SII! Mow)
rrroRYOU I* N_., W_ikf. Spot .,OS-41 MovK N. 1 lOiJS,IA Shot.-t of N..Orou.h* Fund Frlnclpal! I ment ,that he "shall have super. The twelve states are Alabama,
...
II Lea. vision of all matters pertaining to
I Lv Arkansas Loitisiana
50t39-4 Florida Georgia
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Fear can vanish-you can O.ao 4 loot of th.. t..tI I Moro Orirtln (Color) I The proceeds of land granted the .lands under .
public
i' rgulum
MvnUr-BrliikUr RoperS ... .,,TVJRSPAY -CoAftemoM! Mississippi. North and
SUNDAYBEPT 1 Word for ,).> .. "a to the Stale T tt>y the federal JOVt'th.O1l1nt
find safe W.1i".O.:
yourself assured > 1 'h. J.t.on. id.U Pr)'. U prescribed by law and shall keep South Carolina. Oklahoma Terv
comforted. with 11 NutS Mr nf :th:* Gold Coos SMorwhes 11'IOO-4 MO.OM (Some II Monday. ......" for public school purposes, the Bureau of Immigration." Since Texas
new
courageto f>4(-4 Io.ou-511t.F uronkit* nessee. and Virginia.
go forward-M you ponder I-T N._HunU.,.. Brlnkkgrit 1-7 10-11 Concviitrktlon Cot th* 101......* I |.00 Id -Movl 4 ').0.. ol Uf 1 of donations escheated to the State the and proceeds I the states lands are presently ad. Nearly' a half million people in
one-
property
I: 11,10, 4 Lav Thi SobS I ministered! by other agencies. notably
with R Ou.h./I a N.' .* i'0--II Cnm.dr Tim 4.SO-4 MoO these states are engaged in the
an unprejudiced receptive t.OO. -4 Bob II..ID* .,.. -Ill ...... end M'MthoflOO Joopordy lnCoLL.( 1 Movl. fourth of the laid price of otherpublic the Office of Trustees of the
thought the truth contained H Med.'.... lhBtr. 4 Clrtnon.u-vUI. 1015 c "IIO-It Th. Funny. CowpanpstaGa lands, are placed m the I manufacture 0 f lumber ,paper
f The Honormounwv S Firm AlmuM" Iloo-t NoseS Irolis IUd.a..I.. the Internal Improvement Fund and furniture plywood (a recent addition !-
in this glut book, II Hlllhwur) Pilot f 7l CtusINS. "Bur WbM I State School Fund interest! received since the Bureau of Immigration
the South's forest indu'trIes
11-11 K.th.r Know BM to
Science and Health with TiSO-7 InuriMtluntl ,110.."... for Tosor.wS. .. : from its investment is used be obsolete and inactive
w.c.r..n..U" 12,10-4 Bwnll to
Key in n.t,.,. TiBO4, .. 'for school seems an ) and other timber: product!.
the ...SO-4 Route .* I A.rlnllur R.poritoonl Truth or Cousititoor.: (Colt) ',OO-4-1 N.wa.' WMth.r. Sports. public purposes under reference this resolution
to Scriptures by Mary 00.55. To.n.eo. Ire) 70,4
< W..th.r the Minimum Foundation Program
I-I Hob Hop .
Baker: Eddy. It-I II Burk'. Law ID Gouwl) Tim IBi4S4 57555-54.1 Ouldlitf* N..LliktAfK 1.I'IMi.I :)..' 5)ltrooott.e ) Article XII Section 5, of proposes to amend this provision byomItting ProfessionalClearing l
Ik Bunrli T-wtr the
tOO-10 Flkht) of WkJO .11 'I quote4 language
,| -4 Twillvhl I... .,00-4 xpl. r rrlto. "'''- ':10'-II Commmtiia the State Constitution presently
Yo read borrow ..
<< mar or Moo). .' itrehoot TAXATION
I.' On Pnul 1,00Lo. of LIfe provides that the principal of this Aid ServiceJY
Science and Health free of 10.II Th. f>ric* U Rflhl I Vullwlnkl: : I I.)If. nt Bll.y) 1 in N Wa. W* Ih... SpurtsIa
10.00. 4 Alfred Hlt.h.ook 19 $)aglit' Tim In, Dl.'l. I* Movl'* Now..as fund shall not be spent but shall IUR 921 Second Gas Tax
l charge at any Christian Science I-T J.ek J-... II 1'l... It 101... .. .-.4 Wuthtr remain i "sacred ana inviolate. Extension A. BYRNE,
..
Wh lisa t droll Sup n.... .>3O-4 1'1.'
10 U H.ht of th liOB-II Cobb *
J Reading Room. The *OtsO-4 .on.... t Olreiil Sup I.IS-I Stat and th. rltory Moa. I HontUr-Brinkl.y KworlIt I CS for IUR 323 proposes to Certified Hearing Aid
IV ,. il) : .) 0rav. W.d.., Fri. Topi TooLS Coa>v..' aThur. Macsnob amend this Section to authorize the When Article IX. Section 16
book can be purchased in red. 10.41-10 'J.r.h.t: II >r. II Vlolorv Dkptlat Chapel .. It Night I,)If. of or blue binding at $Sand 11.00-4-t-t-jg ...w.. ?:*atk4% Iron* 0,00'Sb.) Ik Ski LIls II Fl.fhou.. It *,.*-4 Nw* -Walw. C.- K* expenditure of the principal I of this
for from
green 50 I
11 N' *.* t T.lwnlik IiM-4 tI...< :G.rAO.lI: ; AdVmtar. fund but to permit it to be spentonly' years January I. Specialists in Quality Heariot
will be sent postpaid on 11,11Mn.l.. ID Pin Am.rlo.k S.30-4 A. Mi* World TOM ,. Tkomi I for outlay behalfof 1943 the proceeds of two cents Batteries Molds 'and
capital on Aids ear
silo a., Tanlthl) with Johnnr CmoniOR U New* I lots Mak" a l> aT I Yoal Boar ,
receipt of check or money In Mo.l. .ill-. Th. ...... SuitS I "' state Institutions of higher learn per gallon of the gasoline tax be Repair of All! Makes,
'w, II at..10 t4'e B.I My. 0.-111_.... t Hl hw. Patrol placed In a special fund where it
< I Th. Chrl.loprt' 1-7 IA..... Yount IV-ll Comk.1 for capital outlay for public schools\ among on
SATURDAYSEPT. f Horiiona .f SaltS' III*-U.II \II... .,00-4 Bin Show The i is a formula basis and used to retire (t Block N. of lire Station)
Christian Science It Comily Tim. BiIO-4 Boni. farty. B.SO. -I "Mo"' ..' of Tess" proposal implemented by a
I ..4.....I S..ra4. Moor 1-7 1'10. Do_.. 10-11. Mrllal. Nary. statute authorizing the State Boardof the counties' road bond Indebted. HOward 1-30.5
",00-4 Lamp Unto II, F** II Day In Court 00-1-7 Blehard Boon Bli.w Education to the ness Money not needed for such
10-11 Or.at..l Show OB Lank use principalof
r M'rnlntill I FaIth Por Today Sits-i.! 1'1.' bonds
declared
BEADING -4 Poor) ....ot.., "MoiCumwrativ ..... f Bllll im.ll I Volra '0 I* (I.e H Wo.os's ...... (Color) this fund for such of the prescribed are surplus and are
BOOM Own Iron II**.' 1ft trot..i.nl Wor.klD" Hour BiOft-4 To ;.ir'1r BiSO. -4 Job 8onn. as have been distributed 80%: to the State Road
\U 10,30-as look UB *"4 hireI I.7 Ani.lh.r World 7 SIloS pwU TkMtMIO.OO purpose
Department of Highway Construe
1.30--4 Comtdy Tim Itlg Plelur II.It a..ural Hoaplulit ) -4 Bninm.rania Hlwelal7 authorized and approved by the
.'i4B...11 Armxl forea.5,1510Is 7 W.l.ll Mr.. Wl) .rdI 4 N.w Poll T.lmkon. Hour in tio in the county and 20% direct.
legislature a appropriations
DEMON BUILDING N... HUil l. '. :>ao::4 Ides *t NIgh. a., r;... (li.rnat.) general ly fc> the commissioners, for MOVEYOUR
282 FLAOLER AVENUE ,,110-4 rtwin-o.vlll.. II r.'. SmIth 1-7 You II.O', Bay Ckw.) 11.U Th. Fu....... act or by other letislaticm II county
I Horlon Cuild I a._ c....... .I 14-11 Quo.. for >>., II,00-4-l'T-l* News. WMthr, porto (SB 1279. Chapter 63-522)). The rood purposes. Bonds pledging the
loon: Monday through f'riJ.ty; t T > (Olr.u 1 Movl 4,50.-I Sooros: IWOM !:'r 80% surplus are frequently issued
additional funds that would be
WoMb "port.IMS
10 Cirtoon Cirnlv.l 'lb.. I May BM Goes II.IO I Mows r
*:.0 'm. 'til 1230: pm. T.oi-II Canwl* Tin. to JosIsh, WerahIp ..0. f JMaU-k" M.., 055 :4 Moll) made available by this amerxtcmnt anti often the pledge covers a 30-
: ..
IhpU4 CHerub llt-i-J-7 '(01,55' wllk Jaknny c. .
II Fin' "'" .45 TroIt-ost year period. However since the TVMU
consist of the
... will ( accumulating
l It M.
11,30-S 1 Waton $tralll 4.30-4 Movl.I "
Almost, Everyone Listens To 7 I rt.pi. AM Pukny:: Vlil.ov.ntnr. It, ft4 4 Knaahk. Plows principal which by the end of 1964 earmarking made by this provision LO$
I* Neon for BkulliIIJOT .. IIn." l.oa |t Nltrktwatok Mo." expires January I I. 1993 a pledgeof
should be in the of
WSTU .. ... : :: neighborhood
.
S.ostoro rI .11I.* sad U-lt Major Ad a*. .0. 4.0B It Macb.
30 is longer
RADIO STATION rfnllaKd 4 ill-I M.wi $18 million. and annual amounts years no possible
- -
-
1 IOO-. 4 Bold JourMf tell ..._.. Stiwu.toid thereafter of about $1 1 million. and the maximum pledge is becoming
I ...ntl.) Clnu WEDNESDAY
I
-I BuD.rmaII
FULL TIME 1450 KC. shorter each HJR 921!
MUTUAL NETWORK year.
7 O,'m.dy Matin** II Wo...ly WdvbWII lIP 5 IIJR 104S and IUR 2194
I* Navy, film) ol til* WooS (sit T1n. amends this time proviiion so that

1 ---1 J II Top Stat l lho1l5slao.te B.1O. -* CoSts Mla. Appointive County SupcrlntendeDb the proceeds of two cents per
$ Ton 8..K I
ABO Mows
I*
110.,0'1' tbr. UTVRD4y' I* TMH Horn.U II Korkr sod Fri. .. (Sam. M Monday n"*t) Article XII Sections 2A and gallon of the gasoline tax i. ear

IN .R'n draiN' NPWI AND W BATH EH fiRs-I)5t'III"Ut\1'4tYsutu .MllwaukM) ..Bravo. l..a..1| Vhhlac.R W.e5or0 ..... T,OO-II rvMlnntal. Cla.-room. 28 authorize the counlY superintendent marked in this way for a period of ir hi.u'.
I
Fln.1II. )
.4* LLAf* (5lKittIt ppitatum: B:M- -I ri.hla. 5,00-I Movl
r Nv T rr kilt kotur I 11.0'10-1. A WlM WerIdAflorsos. of public Instruction to be 75 years from January I, 1943 an

: ni.l.lrr n. Tl4: Oaol B*.. appointed by the county school extension of 25 years from the present .

l.*i*.O : Hlrikd.r it..ihrr, ':.'l k!n, "'n..MiSn 4 ll**.l n| : 1'U.Tim. RCA VICTOR .,_N....... N Wo.tA.p_ Woollier, Nets.S (Sam ie ...*.... **..4> board. instead of being elected in expiration date No other : CHMNElVASTER

Hr Sortot I .rtl. S M_,10.. I* Moo) Plo. 1.00--1...Moo.. ,nineteen counties (Alachua. Baker, change In the provision is made. !
Loral Nv BriM ... 1,51 .. II KitrMO 4,30-4 ,
*l S N.U. W.I vra Boon .
j .... .. .. .. -II Craim.*! 7 Souls505)I Brevard. Broward. Charlotte, Collier IUR 1030 HomcvlMdEitmptio ( II
... II
- _Uaf giving Color" TV eISh.It Mow* Nwa., WuMbsP, Ipirta ...* ..i*Phswetsslr fM. Dade. Duval. Hendry, Hills- In SarMota County

- HOMelY tlo.. ATI BOAT It'ND" Ito.lliehwuy rtl.l borough Indian River Lee Leon ti "Goldeq

I ",UD4Y ",a-4 Wotbupts4 lve.I.gi.s. Manatee Monroe, Orange, Pinellas, The Florida homestead exemption !
- 141t1111 World, '*f MoOs" ..... H>MUt n.r.l .. ((swuI Spenua W......
1M W..,. .! MeshSill l ,i* MHII.II I..... oorpe III..... aUay-Brhtkb. Super St. Lucw and Sarasota). These (two adopted in 1934, provides for I II Cross Fire"InstallIng

BollftUl MMr4 )*,iHO itowa ...., os BMI .... I "'._, W_...* si..7 C*._l-Art .... amendments! propose to add similar the exemption of homestead from
101 "n Vt.ru. .f Mesh. Isr. sO 505 it NMthl Lit the Cold Costs .,'..-' Na -..-- -_ _
!.*. H."* llriH ft**. ........ I .ill._1 Nnwe-WMho Os Cr.i5I.5.5.itiw.Httlow. It N. W_..... IIeortoII provisions for eight additional taxation up to an assessed valueof I a powerful Golden
l.iUr4! .< iteMs iis! ?...".* .* *.... IIrSS 110..... Si55Ia ...:. counties kt Escambia, Lake 5000. In a proposal previously

..... Bltwk. ..,... Silos Wart* .f ....I"| I'I: : !!" 114. / II ....-IUm 0...._ 5.IS.-4 WMtk' Martin. Okeechobee. Palm Beach approved by the voter of Sarasota Cross Fire b actually like moving

|1 iM Howe It ml lilikl' N.iv ..... JiNJErROVIIRCA T.ooMr. Bd: 5,5-ad Nw*. for school I your TV set miles nearer the
hoe ..... Seminole County. taxes
II... "" ..141 ol .*.1. lirtHI; M.rtl. CMMIliH ... I Jimmy. ltrtrkla.4 Show I IfMtl-r.Brlkklaw .n... Putnam and counties by purposes
hal Alseg "" .. seat Oft. Youll \ clearer
1'1.' .. 7 Ill Puns Ilk. I* lufarrwiltl HJR 1045, an.1ln Taylor Countyby only in Sarasota County will see .harper
||.M Kw ? Murk .1 ..... -
III... Clio .... : II Pol. tll._ Ntyltt) Uf OIl the Odd CMt
alias Wend .l M..UliiM .' :::: .N..... T.....4 Too Tad tk. ToutS Sn.a4 Nw. W..... -.kit. fIR 2194 Tho change must be applied" to the first $2.000 of pictures: oa all channel
.. .. ... .
..
ReduceS H.... SillS It"* aloe ......, Sit's..ds ,., Nor* *.'-liI..* Miicttey, IrtakWylaIt be approved by local vote in each valuation and the exemption will
0 sill An.raMK tlon... 1'1.' _
PRow I 11-11
ll>*> _" Clio *.". 5t5s Cows | Ovt .. before it into effect 1 apply to the next $5,000 of valuation WilcoxHardyTVZ
.
5,55 MkMI ( .shy (.0*- fv. Dot a ,,_'-4 IKMik Y.I. 0.y. county: goes
...
|>iM s.wolaiRs .... SilsO ., .._... .. I III
: I.ensibOa. III. .* sloe 'Ii.... *... -4 Vauito. PlarkMM I Hrnkkkwry. B..... ther*. for school purpose only. The

.... ... |IiM>nn !"II..wIH ..... Show ails. ......, Sirosede I I *l.-ll. o--4 W.Danny... .Trite'55055PiaSo.'l !Oat* lI f I it Mo'fe WfB JarMMTill II i amendment of Article X. Section I akh GE Drab

sims. Start II ktoI II... bw .4.00 !II.w Andy. Ortftllk, '-4 Pu.in_ Pamto CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION 7. to make this change b proposed PIMM AT 7-3242
iM Br.. ..
I: lurwa Aftrrod.S k.w Ito, n Hw.M !*.4. Show .,,,. Seadup 110.v.. offersONEVEAR i I.7 Hollvwwd "i4 Ik* Wr 5.00-4. CIIIt .Bwna IUR 36 1 Anrmllni UM 1 I'by HJR 1930. I SR 707 !-, (CM*
.. .
tilfill 4,011. ilsoet lIsP I I*:0 -4 Nak City VlnrlBiu Cohort 1
Toe I.R.S trim WARRANTYon ft1I CostsiIet.dos --- --- -
: -
II" MI" Hood*w* Shots ',!WI ...., ....._ 1-7 WOOS Mlllwl A4vwtw Uwl. .< --- -

Soith ithS.III. 8<,,IM Rowe 11- M...-. es ,... all paul, including your color "|| BrMhm. PotnlIM Nepolits1,0WrI The first problem met whenever
......... "... 4 4M. Rowe lOse CiOlsesi II.. : 4 BrMdway OM* l.t"IliO > S TI. Tot ARE Nor GETTING
< ,. tube! .. *._ Woo,", .* Potty Coke a revision of the Constitution. is
"..... OMsuI'M 41 HM *.... 55 SOs Cows cud picture I *- *-' .ti > .u Show WORTH
slit I .... YOUR: MONEY'S
.
vat.r :a.-4 -r Is that then
.. m presently
4 SERVICE attempted
HiMtrU SALES A
... EXCLUSIVE ._...-.
1.11 .
.. ...
so. Row.M5 4 .. 4ny > II'IB4 WIt ll-ll Tk* Du.1hWO
ion II. < show
yIrl4u!Herd. (i.. Howe Rowe Sims III.... I I' ....... S.e.-4 Soottp awlllllooa are provisions on the lame subject Ualna ,.. arc a Member of the eaSy

C,). ititSocel Howe S MM Mmi4 bw ',ins, "..... .f TresS FRANK'S/TV/ .BuirlHriil. lt.suushI3S. S Tb. ...... I ut various articles. An amendment local bwwMTUi.r l with TW NaOdMl -
Mml I Jnk-iqr tar*.. Ik.* 5 1:01-:
,
'm.w I "
suit sill !Cows Mccli br Dialog I"Kit It...* lh*. r.... M."'. "'*.'* **_' I I .....-.4 ...- IS'S, boo Cs.al of the provision appearing in A-ocm of Credit Btwn_

cultS P'olioa I..w) ..* W hl** Italii* v. "IMSI ..-'. mul APPLIANCES 011-11 ........ ".... > 4 Dirk VM PyIOriM '" I I one article may require a corresponding -I
...
Plots I. .. __ :
,
,.". cotS uh. BOW r..H<.. ethos I II labtwo..10 Moo) 4 TBA
flit ".... T.daP \w* 550 'Ior. llMdqartar for i iI I .,_.. RootsTUESDAY. Shoot Ka,. Sk_ I amendment of a pro isbn
.
.. 53 .. .. fMM No.o4 .._, MERCHANTSCREDIT
I krlxl.B nrlniMiPr 145 !II. "Uvtaf Cokn" TV 5..e 55.ooIb on the same subject) in anotherarticfe
Ohs lisp. I - - -
4Ur..ra snip> ) (III.' earl viol ..toad.....Shotr r..., .til less hIils 725 Colorado .I I It* ft Mrk..Pww.lt- Btrl TWrtv* This cannot be done at

11.03IO5 15410 ".- ..... ... ,in smile amendment because
)
ViM FeMale TIeS !II......... Class I**. .*<... "._ alp,. a It Plto.-P'hIS.i'. present' a BUREAU
Him !MownriW ..
W oath Article XVII Section U '
... provides
M..l. ... H*. .w. 11,1*-4 Mow*
S r... She BranHI "" ........ l,4e lime Ult Ii MtsSo1sthI4 I ... .. with. lohoip that no amendment thaQ coo -

p Ilion ... ..iliS Sue '11' ..... --.tow. ....... ) I ua ol more than one revised ar MARTIN\ COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT URtAlTntonssioxAL :
I.
||> Mnrl'Ml "_.......... ." 1"T.:: I I'
t ....4 l onl Ji.*>.. ( DN- j lhoais tide When the legislature attempted EXCHANGE BUILDING S11JAItTt
w.*..._ )5--4 1 Po4p.ui'eS *_ ..... I to revue' the Caottnution by
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lifE CTV4RT (Florida) NTWS Thotuday. Seplcmbrr 3, 1964 1-C

Organizations Directory of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

ORGANIZATIONS - _Issues_ Currently_ Available Superior i to_ Past i I Director .

bOVERNMENTAI. OROANIZAT1ONSCltjr COMMIJN5TY-Jo.srn Rene),
Alrakollca I Aaaajrmea
CoenmluloaI HrV NKWTON M rwnIVII
Wed. 1:10 p mu J. B. Commsnlt Clank MOT-Ry Cook* :XI) m. H .d., t, ir..I I .,nd Wm a

C..lIa.to.-Georn Amateur R dle Emerteac Botona* Cerpa td-4tk Mo*, i pk. 0147 Bag Stamps Showing Art History PatriotismBy I .hlp. HervlPEOPLES .. .

lid Tkvra pm.Almal C** t Guard Auxiliary CONOREOAT10MAL-J rlSB ** uS
I Commader-.Walter 3. B.nm.n *. MAYNtRD A "

Reecu* Luete Man. Dp.n., GuaM 0 erd Aux. BM.. titS *.*>, Barly WoraklD
Praafakmv Mr*. Carl J. Rlao VAL ClEAR W artiM C. M. Russell Franklin H t. Palace of provide notes historic lois. am. Chunk Bakaal
ttk Tuea. T.10 p.. kerne* County ConwlulraCkalrman CIURLES pet M irn tile: ec did on U t ... 1I"h.. If.. *

] -Prank A. ... Item they .,,11I ith tic INIt Governors I IM cents Jefferson 2 and living America. AT 7-1512 dart** katk Mrvleoo

Bttalaea Pru.ldiut-I4da* ft Preleeetonal Mennlncerloddtk Women's Club lndtk 1'..... I,A* *., Ceurtioai Do we ever look at the stamps act "Georg r WIfIi/IIaIIItIIa" owns and a. of PUREST Hftl till p-m, Yantk Veapet Bnvlo

Tu... alikta. Pfret NafL Beak 1 M. C. Board el 2puu A4Ju.... on letters we receive unless they I S4M .ling. 2V\t cents. ASSEMBLY Of OOP. Peh* Cm* AU, SAtNTS' $ 'AL-JeeM* atom
$
CkBlrmanr $
Fred MkarfH lpw&.1 .
Coaauul P..N_ Mfw SkereePrepertv tad Thur. 7:10 p... Cvurthoue are foreign po 4.4e-due, or uttles V lMrt a WMtth oi diversity theft lost large ptt* offices h IVI .7H'IPLEAfIONLY RBY. L M. BANIM rnakMS XIV. MOSUAN...

Prealdent-Owaera 0. M. RokrabauikMeetlni Aaeoelatlo Martin County Mueeum Cemmt lo* we are philatelnts* i. BOW in 5-cem 'Iamr1'' these on hand. Miami has a ope- 1 CAME : t ._ TtlS .:. Holy Oonmualo

Slid Wadneedar *S komea CWInnM 4ik TOM.-. 7 rr.nk.It s,B...Hatty CWrtkou.. After years of turning out some pow rful in design' II tho "R.IS. GAl stamp window for such commemoratives 11':.:'.n.. Illila 4p p. S-oU PwBlly e Communion.kooL andrfcnrek ."

Coral Garden CM Aaeetlatlo of dvillcst colorless tT to Vote Hum,, is l ie the and on the wall are :1 : trb meets.S Week Day
Pre.ld.nt Bdranad pknl M. C. Pl.nnlny ... Zoalny CammUalo tile Most "Cky Mail Ikliwr186).1961.1 ) posted notices of aO special stamps :t= 00flS ,' 't'umdsa.... HoI CemmnnlomTkaraday
1.1 gun, S p... County Courthona ..-._ Oreenlee.Ird stomtMi in the world the United FIRST Akre A*** -IS *.. Hob; Commnnkw
.. I.0 p.m. O'Urt... Slates has started providing DcMeaey and anstn are in the available.. pont expect small offices .. i I Pitut Thursday Beallna Ser.lePrldaM >

Freekolder. AeeeemrW Scheal Board twenty of bird drawing by .mtther American or sub-stations to sell all of BKV ruRSMT W.'IU"I.. 4 *m. Holy Communloatill
O. v. Sottoae an saeterfig array postagettamps
Meet* -311D1 tikalmu*-"Henry O. Kindred that and variedin art 6t pioneer 'lohn James Audubon. these. Usually they sell each special '.. a.m. II,..Ios U.lty a.04 L 1'1f'Io Fool ,_.
fail Mm, (HO ,.... .. an PWt f : Ito: .
Carae Club .( StuartPraoldent art and history. Currently there A current uvorit* of mine stamp as it appears for limited li4S *.. & BekedllrtS *.:: Swrvleea Wedneeday
Mre. lotn W. Hn. T... ., S.w.11. Foist John WerakkiilS
*ee is the tall Muir; stamp me- times only. ..
Mayor available over twenty com S It Tnutaite qIs
Sod 110' 1JO pm. Woman Club J. Merquolln are p.m.
Hlkleeu Park CIvM Aaexlatlon Ind Wed. t .... Ton Ball mcmoralive stamps just in 5 cent moraliimg thut great naturalist.In But there I is an easy way to order IrIS p.m. Ensuing WW.IlOW.duadsp LUTHERAN lAmerlce CHURCH Lulls OP.., ST. ANDREW

Pr.,14.nt-.I M.lullo denominations. design and color it is evocative all of these. Write to Philatelic | ... Mid-week Prayer PonIes W. Prime Vl.t.I klvd, Part lti ..

lot Mon. 7:10 p.m. Flnt National Bank -07IT'7cR ;N- I into this business 'inter of the foreM of the Norlh.I ...\. Sales Agency Post Office )Department PALM CITY BArTlST-4Nk W0 H. c. wrsv rASTtia
got a
Indlaatov Clvle Club lepubllca Huh .l Mart Couiry 'like also current Mutehood Washington D. C. 20160 HCNRT PMlerI S,l S o.s. Ssmd.V "hoL
when director
'.No.. -4S ..TAUM.. Bk* .1It. l ISIS a. Worship ... -
of 111.

museum
Repukllc W...'. Club ml Martin Ceo a large Virginia Boldest of all In design list t. all of above stamps, and *.m. ..* Werekr* HOLY CIIOU CATHOLlC-I.dlu.
leaae Beat Garde* Club Pre.lden_W. Arnold Ueiner4th I fought otf salesmen of automatic jilt p.m. Tralalne (law. 'Ro XAVIER PhoECISMa.s.uSu.d.s .
it the "Emancipation Proclamation -
Pp..kl.ut-Nr.. Calvin WllherIrd '.. S p.. pint National Bunk stamping machines. Apart others can be purchased. jus *m. E.eiad. .. >
Wed, S p.m. J, B "o..n'. Clukfenee ? ," a stark pattern of severe and ... WidiuMdey 1511,55k Prsy.or T:41 suu.i| Pint Prt. :
M.C Domoereti Eaecutrv _. ... from not being sold on the automation blue and black When you get them want Mooning day, S. p... Oonfeatlona I kefar Maa.es.

Pmldent'* Bavk-.-Mr*.Woman'Marie Miller Aeudatlon Chdirmui-IMw.nl...Trea T. Murray SS7..I value in mailings of fifty to keep them handy and non- \ Weal B APTWT Baler** "
Marde b.
SU Gild The available cnt list 755 Sans ssrtfslfTUN IIII ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL .
\.-.. Mon. 88 707 ClabkouwJunior Meeting on nilRELIGIOUS to 100 daily I disliked the vapid < continues sticky for regular u.18t1II) Q I TAYLOR .. Eu.. Ocean Boulevard, u.rt

Woman-. Club - - - of those faint lines with "CorJcll Hull and get ten or twenty of each- tl -_. -- -- '- -- S... Bunday "he THK ..V. AHTHim A. HHITrt' 5.000
.. _..*. Our Cromwell appearance "Civil War Centennial." of which of aluminum foil about ail 0.554155. 5tH EItTSubrNStsTIi lint 5... Mornuie Sunday :lie ra Italy I Kurkarl.l
machines. I
made the _
.. ORGANIZATIONS by thought pages 1 Ills p.m. PTOS Snttl ,. Mornlne Pr.rer ll.t and
Mon, I Woman's Club .
Ind '
Girl. Friendly Society the result! looked not only like stamps "The Wilderness" is superior Inches square for separation (not "lltCI IT < 01 Ml> Or T'' 1,5. ...Mr.oIoS W.o.blPis. Irdl lluly Kurh.rl.t, Un.l 41k and .
Martin ...I Aaduben Society Board Leader Mr*. Jack WbltfoafCrL. in art to '"Gettysburg." "Ne- then BiSiu w..u Snarer suet.Isis. tilt S SO .. Hiinil.ii Nrhoal.
Ird Mon, a pm., Judie Clonta' office I p..., 8t Mary Ckurek fourth class mail but also as if vada" statehood is plastic or wax rarer) snap Also. ,'t f..UiTtll'\ ., ,.St, Uo.I f.. list I am. Molv I Kurharlxt' 11.t and
.
.. all the letters had bills inside. stamp turpnit.ingly the folio together with a \.. M.OHIUt.m.s'prtr. Irl, ttk I Moiiilnn: 'I I'..., r I Und idTkJrtilay
M C. Aaeoelatlon lor M iUl HealtkPreeldent St. Jaoepk Guild delicate in I RIO PAPTIIY1kV. .
I impression pale
Itt INN
Ee.. Donald BrhroeoecInd P..ld... Mr.. Kdwari EloMll.it in. dICE FERNANDRI ..
Then at the post office I learned 11415152 134th. and tlolr ISo v. 155
Tknre, Boon. The Beet I I to Mao.. S P m* School tintv Other 5-ceniers. i include I And finally there's. B parttci r'allIlI"' >4t sm. Sunday BehoolIi4t and ISiSH, .m : Holy 0Crhorl': .
that it Is just as to buy ,,, ., .
easy Charter Eleanor I W.r.ho Itt (4))
M. C a.".. Amerlce Caeoar SadetyChairman St. JeMpk Holy Nun Society "Carolina y.. I am. Marvlne Bummer SVheiliil llll u lI
.-Mallore JohnwnMartf .lcIon1i.. Bo.ni.rln sheets of fifty stamps that were Roosevelt" 'Science" "Wt rld's lar pleasure when in writing young 'Alii. IL. w ( tilt: p.. Inlnlne tIplus ... hn".,".

1'10.. befw. IDol HUB. I ... SekoalBOYS not the common ones in use. People nieces and nephew* to add a com 5 13t5tsnO. fi44: pm.: Kvealae I Wereklptt4t
ILEISIDIA.RAMINT344
Memorial 0' tHE
H pltal Auxiliary Fair "Alliance for pIoretl.uFOOJ I ( 'T Cray .D.. EPISCOPAL CHURCH .
p.uld.nt..NrL Curt Otto are apt ot notice more closelya for Peace," Red Cross," ment about why AmsIlsEarbanl.John 1'0: ( ft'' f r.,;" t11& TROPICAL.W"n.FARMS pAPTIBT-4tw. ..NLCWIH LIU* PI', I.-.. ".

lit Moa lUst National Bank SCOUTS OP AMERICA letter received with say a stamp I Muir or State Qf Nevada is 15 Mtlnlun turretrlirniinadkta. BTAMLIU P ltrti4k Bt.V W, THOMAS LOUtKSSilS
F. and "Sam
"John Kennedy'
.'. Card. Club STUART the 'Our stamp now Xatv Yorlt ... Sabuol .. Ckumk Salad
III. on Dander
Pld.-a. N. Prlft Troop 40O-Seoul ....'. Robert Perk reproducing a painting >the Houston." Believe it or not, hut stamp V(" AUK llhinUMV V>1'.IFICI) lli" *.. Mail.. WaraKkJ4i4S IrlS p.., Holy &... ..

lot Tue. 1 SO p... M C. Air, Bid- -'04.. 7.SO p.... A.... Loclon H.1lIIhl. religious alarmist in Miami I that s 5IVmnlalnt far rmnrie. Mil .... TrainIng tb>aLoSHIt UleadI
.i 40S-Advliar, boil Doll.Thor. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT B protested LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT been fllrvd .lii"t jnti 1. Bml )mi W.r.klpSttt CHRIST MEMOH1AL-Ju.lter
to.. Retarded Cklldre. Aaaa.Preililenv of are riU.te f to aervn i p.m. t.I.! Winter l,, Ito.. t* AprIL)
Marti ... T p.m. ".th. Ihnrrk. Alh.ny St. the issuance the Sam < k i-opy if tm. Midweek PrayeeBVNKLIN I sonaR e>
-Ira SwlrertIrd Sq.i.dren. 444 Klrkh.rt IX TUB tot HT OK 'SIN CO ITS '" If ; OF TMS t.5iW0P 0. alh..r wrihirn d,'.
Thur*, l:.0...... Com Bm,lit Nat Thur... T pro, ::.. "hut Alb.nr: St. i Jl Itl.r', IV ISIS rtlH Mtltllf4I'D Houston stamp! It was because of 1-1'I" 014 1 I t'otli 50t'. l' fen** to iilrh Coltinlalnt noun I l'I..ln- "Cl$4P113T-lodlatswa CHURCH OP OOD-Indmntaw*

SeereUrlea AIaUoaP..ldon Cub Pick ..-ubm..... P. D. Hiemole4tk Vl")'. M.OHIII%. the coincidence that the lump was A M II P'ttSt W4NTI1 tUl'NTV.rttH lltfa rtlt'f.i"'I\: llmik: 'n.l''I l ti l CIV. '|k,0 .IIV. BVKRKTr MUMS
Nation 7 m., School n a'HoBU' issued after death .' u' rrmmns.. tInS I4>44 *m, keeeev S>*ee4 IS.SI a.nv .""d.. Sokoe
_Mr*, B.rb.ra Ann LlndeoyItk Cub rok .:.llor. Koaers i IN f .''lWrtc.tT.\TID > soon Kennedy's IS ("MtM ') ants the original A saw.r .or nihii' writI hiss .. Moraine w.. llrll ... Mornlni Wo....
Mon. Comm. of 100 of(lea Lint Man, 7 lit ,.01. Youth Center OK ) ) by a rifle and the stamp shows LAnlltNN T. \Y t Wff B dafeni to .piirk roiniilalni In .,1 p.m. Tralnlne Union 5114 p.M. Kvenlr* Wenhip
Aaeaclatlo DMoTiri -**.*!) > Texan Houston standing alert with > Ih* n/lit. of the (link ,,f thiClr- ... Waraklp ."t till: puS Wed V..ne eopkV
Palm L.ka Park Clvle JENSEN BEACH > )) or KHIPKTITIOI ". full ('et rt, (luart, riorlda .n nr llll ,.. 11 Bervle* BndeaeMCHURCH
P..ld..l-CO'II Melton Troop 40l-llooulmootit. J. D. Leokedo atoll KISItl. to.otst tIttKop a rifle. IOI'lIPU w. wnwHT.eii, { before the Skin illy of rVptenihvr.' ,
Srd.Monday; PhiL Natlonal Bunk WooL 7lit Community Hull I'14If ST. JOSEPH CATHOI 1C-Cat ..
__ pm. KtF< ITOH Defendant | i OP THE GOOD ,HIPHPDl1'
Cub Pack 401-CubmwUr H. Cuing NotIce I. hereby flTan that Flr.t Most striking of new airmail I '0"'" ISP' t5fl ; YOU rAtt TO T>O III' 3,1.5g.iitnt KKV. JAN JANUHSKWHKI A.m,
Palm City Garde* Club 4tk W.d., > p.m., Community Hall N.lloniil flunk of Htuurt Ctiiart, stamps I is the rich red one picturing 1'01 JO."h w. Wllbt Jr. by IM>fult sIll k.. 'taken Nook e.ril Mo thr rri I ilt| ELMER L. ALIJM
Preeldent Ml.. Mtbel Pin D.. I Cub Pick 402-Cuhma.Ur. U. Jr"Jr.4tk riarkta. ka* fUd II. final. return Tot Nekr .k* Ml featToTrApTkWiW **ain.ttin 'Oil 'fh., mllrf ditii.ndi Halurday Pstandspl 714" ash Tkar.dr .. Holy C.mmunlon
I Sod Tkura. *.1 ._ tl"U Center Wed, Ilia pm, Uilun a. axewttor .f 0 h.sotatoo f 1'Jd."rd Amelia Earhurt (H-ccnD.) A pallid \ .4 III Iha ('nntplal.rt.1IhR Oenreeilenll ., month, lilt Ilitl .. ..rI.' aiitk.rl.l, ...*
kefer PHilay
l.l<-bo. clrcf.il: that It h** flld color is used for the Nn't'tnttt All' (tlIl'sulIrt; .1 'h.or. t.1 I .
Ortaalaatlo. - - - orange I ., lilt lunday Sikeol
elm City Clvla ito petition for dlntrlhutlnn and for that Complaint for Dlvorr hal CoiinU Klor ld" hit Ulh I .
Pre.ldent Andr ZitUnleklInd SERVICE CLUB rinal dlarhara. and that on 11 rVrttrmbcr "Mahatma Ghandi-Champion of keen filed avalnat an 4 you nrlkr ,:" of Aiiirii.l: lint ST. CATHOiK. JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
.Tuen CivIl Center Clvttaa Club ., Stuart will apply in Ih* Non-violence" ((4-cenl)) but when riu. iei1 to rv. a ropy olvimr iHiHunir: I iiKnfK Hobo Ctal'fpHU. Skyline Drive, jM.ee _M kBKV.
Pelnelaa Caraa Club Aeieclatle Pr.iid.nt-Aura BII._ I fi\bv.'* Crarr, Jr. CouniyJndC l makes Ana: r .r otkr written it- Cl BIIK Or tIllS CIRlTtTr : hoot at I tilt. Snndais NBWTON M. TWrfUT .
-Uae. I. W. Mano* Wed. IS noun TownheuM lt.t.uranlladlintaw of Martin (founlv Plnrlrl used with a fMldent M final returna combination iT.rVv 11 SIF"11" r""n"* nr FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST tilt end II Mornln '
Mon. I .. for approval of Interesting (tltt.allorney,, 1\n"I. III. am Wr.klp
l.t pm Klwmnl. Club and for an ordHP nf dmirlbutlnn and l-o.t rtffir* r>rwar itT, Rlu&rl, riorlilw c. Ill f-IS4 Se.1 O**>. tilt: p... Youth F.llow.nrp
Pert 1aI_. CIvIc AaeacmUo .. -June* Rlne. for find! .llo'h arIas. ancrutnr of (See what can be done with an and lila Ihl ori lnal An...' .r."rvr"rosfr7sr""lff I lose a... Sunder BohoelIlrt4 III* yak We.ln.id.y, Tooth Ckelvtill
Prel tot Thnr.. S p.m, CM* C.n .r IT .tjtm. I In thE of ibis Klurliln.. tia. rm, Wtdl l Teeetmonlal MeaUnelealln Sill ,... Thund.y, Midweek' SorvtssJEHOVAH'S
Ire Tkur;. S P.m. SUBPM Baalala, C.C.Port Jean Bomb Lloa Club 10NAL BANK To nOIrelefi: mortgage pay Clel-k of Ih. Droiilt lo''Uri. "liiart Fnisrt. ".. IT, 11.,( 1. 14, IT, IDMIS | Beam. Ill Flop, Ava. Nomi
.'..Id.nt-k.d Brhrald r1I'RI.1t an ''Emanci Klnrlila, nit or befor Daptember Moot tkMuik Fit, lilt m..lilf WITNt-SSrS-Brrtl Red
Salerno Civil' Defeat Io ',. Wed.. Till SevmoariJupiterHake pm.CHURCH. Wll.hlowee Stud*
pm.
Plrehouea Pod Tue.ua 1:10 Pm. iw iniA\i MEnnntx pal ion Proclamation," to the competing "IS1 vim' rAm PlO JiHir- THH tinr-llr ins HT nf 151Sti'rsI 'tr"r. ..* HIM Ri.dy
Send Klweole Club II. Triton Of finer, Kxerulor T" no % 41 I Ml Ml. I Slit I IT IStsiii OP CHRIST-4is pfc Sot., M Tkan ill SIll
Rl. Club Club I "fA RUT F DYER UM affi a "Red Cross mutt bv liefault I will k iakana r".,H tttivm InSISTS, ) UUHHH.L, MlnwuMBueday .1 Ioo"I..Ir..ooIa
uuId.nt-4onk Bhomer ,1cIn""j'p..uyI.. Maria Aitnrni lop Y"NIf to the bulldo/cr land despoilers ..1"., FOIl for bbs '.11" demanil- .T,SH lIt' riiiHins.IM 111"1
oil Inure, Clnkhoue* FIrst: Fubllratlnn on ill Ailirii. Ite 4. ail In the I'omrlHint' i "M riti: km sum isle .. Uilil* Study RUDESMER LUTHERAM ebbs Bhl
Smart Club ., StuartPrtildent Pub: : in and 17 Auituat 1 and 10Huptninner use "Audubon" and 'John Muir; I\1 I\H ANn OHPKRKn at P-tUkM ...nlt.f."I.. f'l l WAS I 1114 ... Waraklp sod C_.*. HKV. IMINAI.O R. Mjiio il litR|
Stuort Womso's. Club H .. Dr. Ron.Id B. Alll oWed ".. for residents of Philadelphia's Martin County, rlnrld. IbIs 4lhday 11.1,11 tt;t. I IrnANCiii I,. ..-, 5.....* t..mhlp l till 4.m. undav Pliorol Blem Sled*
Oornellu
Mr tfn"
Pte*- ., 11:14 pmTrade WIndsStuart of Ann-net, 1tt.l IIlit a.m Wraklp Senle*
Ird Wed. MO p m, Club BuildingTub.buI. Main Line use "New Jersey.") t"tn: Titr rii'nm ; w cilitrnv, \t.t tilt pm. W...krsikl* .,
Kiwaala Club IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ri.KiiK r IIII't'l'I' cornT 11 CHRIST THE KINO LUTHERAN
'. Garde Group J K.. Preild.nt-Ur. H. Huedite Rip.. NINTH JUDICIAL CI CUIT. IN Here are other stamps for letters 6th': Ju nl:* CauHlnlj: nl., IWenilanl. ) THE CHURCH OP OOD-.Pllay JwulterSMTH
Cb.lrmaa-II. Rokert Thur.., Hill pm. Tow Hou. N MARTIN ) PJOHNHOrf. P...
Input t'ortIPtot HV BILLIB M.All'IM
kome* : .Po-FOR CHC.CNEW not usually seen but to be OHIlrN: r'OM I tlsalHIMIIM
lit Wed. til 11 L IN of Stork rirriilt, Court ISA, SfkeellliDt tilt" aa. k .. "
Club p.m *nd.y
- - - Stu.rt President Hl-Steppert Gilbert Miii.Thur. Square* Dane No. STMBOMTON pasted on in whatever combinations Cub.' All*. II. fa. IX ..". (, sato aPSiS: Mj m. Marnlae wrkh1iS4 > Oils, ... th.,'* ('.*
Retire t* Appear : lilts km, .. WenhhT
:
rtDFRAL SAVINGS kTv.nln
OF COMMERCEr. Youth Center are : Liberty ] cents.hienmitae Wanhln
CHAMBERS
I necessary
iiihj '
pm ,
I rnrI UTATK nr mriA B-Hrp
AND LOAN AllittitIATItINa Ills ,... T..., Pr.rer FIRST MITHODIIT-.llla. Colored Ass
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Sou" 4''') cents Theodore a" TIIM IHI I lr tutu BIT ". TIIHMS TtlKriuiDl
Stuart Glass Clubpro.iiootMlIuooitb United Mtalei of Amerhi tile .. Than. BorvIMYHE 51EV
.roild.nt-DP. William Upon Sehnulknuktnd4lh I'II JIIMUSI. I IT M', nrlffln.I purl T Olhernon I T.I :\A St. liTlitbIr
Carpastiao. .
A John J. Pernh- "IIQ .
... Community CasinO Roosevelt cents "TI : ; H44 Morals Wenklp
M Tu* I 'lolntlf' 5510 PillS COt ,, "nil Uini.f illh-r.oii, hu.tmnd UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST
len. Beack Are' Wod.. 1pm. Ten Moon ing H cents Alamo 9 cents. Independence NTSTH tiP' rMlHIItt. and wife. .h..r reildonae ml. .. tCoairetallenil Point CI"| tl44 j am. Chur.ll Snhnel
e roril.. Stuart Sereptlmlal Club WIlLIAM B. WKAD. JR. 1 Hall 10 Liberty IS lSItStpStS: *: ***" I I. Union, IIIHMil' Ail no, Ul.e.l 'il" aw. Siindx, SfhiiiilIMS lIla. m. Mornlat Wr.hh
Pld.n.1I S ..m.Pr Preildenlfoul... Mlll.r and RITA A. wkAO. cents rU'I O fnMnH and >th,Hne f'. Wine, hll.h.lnl amiwife ...... WanhlpI4i I tilt c im, 'h..l r.l. .h1p*
lad Moa. director. Jot Thur.. noon. Kl.mln Hotel kla wife et .1.l I II I cents. John tidy IS cents Paul l4tPtlCNIt 1J. t'tbittSIt. Sib,,, fnra.t, tnp rileaolvd ..s 5 le S Widrnwday, W.. METHODIST-Je.ee Beeek
Pout Llora. ltd flora, _no Anekarue Yaikt Club ,,. ... 101 Revere 25 cents. Robert I E. Ue his wit.. Kluitd: IMir.lInii, Karl TOlher.'in 'i" IBINlrr UUNIAU'B
lden_B. C. Bl.ekm.n TO APPEAR PlulohlitoAV1MO. I whuae re.ldeme aitdr...
*> NOTICK Suit ..,
Hrehou.e Stuart JsouaProoldoothitok 30 cents and Susan B. Anthony .. Vlrden. llllnli, M 5,51(4 t I :" t5S iiiiT Sunder kokoul
Sod Tnura, S p m Trjortun. I BY PUBIICATIOmTO I ta Mull Atkln 5 jtj! !! Slits. am. Wnriklp it.r.leef
t.O''IN u 510,10' 'DItIHCI"WI \ lex -
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RK8I- and
.. IllS fink Paso I WltllAM H WRAI JR ( 50 cents, :4m. .I it iiirvlnnu sot III *>. K.enli.f W.riliht. Mut
pm lull
?re.Wenfc1.-, ,,'o.oj R.: (.Bonn.,) .NeUo-" ... .. "*" -,--- ._- _._-. I WKAD>:NK, ItNKNUWM''his' wll') (end NK' RITA ILI..NCB A. With those you might like to un.t t') h.l.A T .'''ll'W'It\\. "lat stool ptalutnrr i nfflrera tnialee. and dl.tura nf- ''I..St Jl TIIH Hurl butt|5 ,'r tSII..rt tllM N llll MSNrUi VV t tiE ...d..
bur .
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VETERANS OROANIZATIONtAmerkee Itlvir Pore Inn. a fll "iv4 r"l 1.rHa riiiMiiitWAVrHWPiri.
....R Menkant Dlviale Le.I... Je ee> BeauLommuxler .nd.mR V""' ---------- I I' 5'O11'I?: ani I ,-i-arnaratlali, Kun! If. fntnler: 55' 1r .;... ..r. OSCCOLA*!. D .ITHrfT MITHO JR.landay .'. BIS.KNICHT -
-- ---- Wi'IhtTtt, hId alfo, lain aA IHdr4 Hill tlt.mhortoln.htiosd
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Chairman' -Pniu* .. ..tu. U. ant Lab and all ; IriS .. likeuiMoraine1
ene
'la 1'..., Stuart Chamber BuIlding lnd-4tk Mon, B p m, .... BaS and defend.nta.n-.r.ro't":: ItnIolitl' 5 and wife, whoa* reelilxnr.tddma. \ j tin* .., WerekkjB
- - - under or ...In.t te .'..101 State Economy JlrtlTfI" spit tI 0iFt05tSf5Aba 1 I. Cle.rv llnail I. llll /. 1, ,, .. We*,.. MlHtonery keaMy meeki fht
Amerlc.a ... ... Stuartturom.nd.rth.rl. WILLIAM M. WfAII. JR. apto : Uvnnl New TorbIOn4h5bIRb5twt Itsiop ..04sbCn'uI Wed.
CONSERVATION ; .. Hlwawd lad RITA A. WKAD : ,.0'1'' AIUI RI <>r 5P55,5tt0 ,' 1'. efomisuth. Sot a..

Au. lid i lit rri. 1 1.., > nAmerkaej nether, a. ..11_. kelra, d.ntm.a.roobooa .: ( frrisrri suit : htuhiml'. ny wife, pIts rl s ll- '! I| a waiSt f> tm. Pnrer ttervkj
t J
:h'._ efoor. Bo* lit ..I.n_. ... .,.1". Shows Big Gain WhiJTliC"hi* wife as Ihe : may be, i>f any or -. Bean Uflea. ladlaatavc u mnrrtp4 nsliiralifrmlunl .
Ird First National truiSm or aid 011.. thor Paolis I. heroIn liven I
i"Cq hEight .=. :n':1 Toil hereby .laos nolle that Tkifr*. .Mk scull
lomb CommanderJin. .1 whom .,. OtarlIru. 10 11,1. .1111.. have hint m? final r lnrn ej
Preitdeathrma' KindredUS itt Sat, I ... aM I Complaint' t. fnrerloe, .. mrChgtOohuo "". *" AilmlnlalritliM nf I It. K.lal f KM/THERM "E1HOO'1'11.111.11 '' ** BsmrkS
Frt. S ,.11I. lit Null' honk AmerttM Lef Ion AnMlair. Jesaaa Bomb Hack and alt ankneen _.... partlee Florida's economy showed a decided keen filed aaalnat,I you In Ih* All unknown l"arle| elnliriln. WlltUm .Tirl.i.plier|' ... .; HfcV II MRNNItrr-

freildont-Mr.. fcmma Unrder and deend.aU, a. t* oath sod all of strengthening during the thove an4. fereiioln Vernh.ff11.0 hi'..Ih,*. t"I..1 h)', I Ihrouih or sCamPS top lust I I tutOr filed t.'ltl. Sill, *... Wenklp ...
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Junior Coaearvatlo Club _l4ton.. la anknewn, booIng l'IIul! I IX and r either toC the Mid named I efnnnt ']Ill .
.. whom or |5,44 ... .
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TUM, fits .... Stvart Yeotk Ceata tnd.4tk .... I p .1.1.,.. te k snoosyr till* or tnterwt first six months of this year com rne |i. Comb., Mi wife th* nooeralnajiir J a. haSro: devleee. |e *l.e.krnnlea :i.dr."I.. ,.1 A. 1141. pm. t.Rnawrtk, .

Stuart Sallll.k Cl.kfre.Wea.W =-t : :1. Stuart I. er te tke fellovln iteeivlbederepertr. pared with the same period I In of whlrh I Ia to fnrarlu n *, aurMaaori, Ira.l 'PS' j S / Hjfirttabl',Vvan4) :: t: Bvonl. 1
tnoTtfajr spool Ohm kfow 4e rlb4prn l lienra. t
.. T rams e/klrk la ,.. auken| matMr *f .nUMve., gullsa.I, ( Jtnji Mrtin > I fu. MeitlllfriRST
B. = .. Hal 1961 the Florida State Chamber |>erty. You 4re "iuir d I* fll. ihrwl 1. claim ; r''al: : i. p.m der Men.
l.t wed, I p...,11. meetlne |nd-4lk Moss S UU ito *JM>. .,. eanrie. .'U.1 An.... other InlaId eredllel-a er ,*, rhtrM far pPPanal 4.45. "..,., P'i5? Misting
your *r pleatllnnl .
... Wad, S p.m. dtroton. hat Nai Bk.FIREMEN'S Marti Ceuaty Barretka W.W J Voter**. TO tot INDIANTOWN S Hlork 7. FIRST PARK ADDITION aeeord. of Commerce reported. Coninlalot on or before irieTl.t ant'nl 1.:tat (of,lob rr mill af final noah I return HI* hare and Sa for A4tlnlKlralar n- METHODIST lodWeeew

-I Lommander lIl. A HI" Inc to 'h. Plat thereof aa .. "Over-all business activity gauged 4y ef kvni.ntber 'IM4 *'ihry>l>* All unknown tttrtla hails iffrtalmln1 ortke MnUI *| Wllllnr > PItY OkxmUR *
ORGANIZATIONSJeaaen I.t-',. lit, J. B. Cemmualif' CM!** In. I la Plat Book I. .. 1'.** ... .( sales 9 the allerallofi* rnoUlnad In kiixhri 1 .lit hav sow rl.he, ml by gross was up per '.III.Int l will b. tabS S* ennfea. In Ih follow-In itryerlhrd little VnXMK. ..
B.rra ka AuaJIUrf the Puklto Beeurda of Mrta! Cwinty ft 'lnhprisl Oil.Al '
Cevaty : *
kill
Beack ..Auxiliary Martla .tk J N. H.U P'hrI.to.Irohuulog. 1 cent and hank debits were 10 percent a4 by you, slid Ike oauia will thenprooe4 real prnperty .liiial* Ill MrtnOuntr. ii.iPttP ot the s: ta aw- "- -
Prosldort-Mro.'
Pre.l h Aa.e/er or riorlil
CktrakVetera )wi I.la nf WilliamhrT.lnpr.nr
and
I m, PM Com. the kulldlnf *Par last Total! bank tie- kvenlae Wenklp
Ut-lrd Frt. fi4( pm.
Monday S. .... over year. other pleidlnir' iu.l h* trlllith (' lNH-e...iJ
krnee located tkereeM and ia, 4
i Jason Bowk VoI.._ Fir D.iartmiat *'* Ce .ll .. Merthl Cuar with tke furniture. lu..I. ID..1 posits Increased by t per cent. 'I... ., thll Court aad a ..O'Ph.rat penvrlnllon II: Th Plait pofMOPJ r"l. AH*. tl, epl S, I I'. IT ISMkirrMH *MS .p*.. tkeM.y Tknrsday, dual Sealer.. Coal Chow
-Jack Addy ,11I.lrman-lvh. W. k.,W. and II.... .1111.. tkerela and I The total personal Income of $ fnii, "t he orofI' ur*n 51.PIslillIflo of North H 1 th* Monk.treat .
Tnea, t pm, FtrokouMPert Ird Mo*. I ..... 11I'- ***** loon ioraUHl 'h... ay I'Ulrill/f. ailornitrp. 1111... n lt iiihwe.tHuerler ftp llp-Hlv-p" StlelMtNTI SIlbust Flail PBESBYTIBiAN Rt,. Sheeet
YOU, AND BACH OP TOO, are kerekyfMlfN floridians was running I 11 I per cent tushtsts ft 001Itlopun. f. o of Heiilloit 4, Townehln 551455 bt.bltS I 0515, J If*. Paetor
Baler* -'. Auxiliary V..W. Stuart UrewerlJ p.lirt. MotMi I, Bouih flank-. >4 Ih.t 0 Complaint ku kee filed higher than in 1963 and cash farm I ThedeV"o/lrtli'/ tt I SfoSeMybronw4 *. Kl'lWTt, "TI OP if*. A. AM>*M S
Uov'sl ontalnlneII '
Praeldonb Mary Catann Commoodor-40b. N. *<-r 10'
ky the aha> .aamed Pl.lnllff anlaet "tr. ...
Ird Tkura I .II i>.m. Flrek**** .Dd..1a n.. Golrloa .. SuhldilSV.7W .. and ea/k *ef you t* forerloea s marta sales were about one-third more. I .
Pert Salerae. Vluteer Fir DaparmimHPneldent bduwte **.koTe-.tyled* the akovedeml and Property and m Savings and Loan Association Il'tlitorlt tously tloo'Pb.'rJ'lqPbh'it nO amlM Vci5ul mof, ** J't.Ptilcipt ltio 'mete| lliiuiheMl*n4 pound eom la-will. l .. It r.J.rl.lnlf, IA. k.m, "***. reap!*'* FVn...klpI4

-Bokert Jokuo (......- W. PomtOi :. ef yea are ker.hr eeuea.required ye*t. file shares had moved up 6 per cent lt I iimik 44, P4lm (I"'Ity, sordTnc rain* Knrlh an rt :l"" .IYEIAM (OMMUNITTu.P505db
llUIrd_Tea, 1rH.uauFBAIUNAL _ I.... Bat, (4 "." Peet Hoax a* A.ewer *r etker Pleedlne ._. by mid-year ta hItS A. ht '1 farihe.'i .*..y wwll lhfp.nlVeil (IVI, t-J.
thenrta vttk Ike (lerk ef tke aheve.ea.. thereof, flle4 pVWiiar ttr.1 on ?M.rh line 'l| foal, lip VlHii a' *10'5.t40P Ksofliljo' *, ObCES0$ Psatui
ORGANIZATIONS VF.W. A.ollilaT.C.mmsd.pN Stuart "Fmploymenf in non-farm establishments **4 rerrd.4 1 I* hat 05.0. PattI h..I. an '
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tided Clr.aH f urt cud M SoOn I pyef tn my )hand ]talisol mil *f Ihe ,155 $oodci k. ,
Aeacia .C Order at VeMoley lenD"" Saul .... A.._ or olner ,n.a.aelv was 5 pet cent over P.iie 41 Kim iyrh M..ter Cuutmtto.lMrId Bunanlad41 Temple t.Urd Wed, Ooldea Oat BalldmiMISCELLANEOUS Pleadlit upon tae ..In.It,. Att raevt.roUHaMION : Viunly, plittldk, r.ftl4| W'oat of rllnif tra* HMrnhey, 3'hus Ill, Pat. Touts .r..
Mon, Tm i a-m, SlaMl I96J. Gasoline sales showed a 6 114 plat *f s01 i Ihenr v.sa .
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PelicanBeauty a fountain treat at home!

S Royal Banana Split Ice Cream

Salon b a delightful combination of
delicate Banana and StrawberryIce

creams swirled together, with
Erenlng by Appointment THREE TO FOUR FEET OF SAND. WAS WASHED AWAY FROM THE PUBLIC BEACH AT JENSEN chocolate fudge& rippled (through

out. JI', almost like a Banana
,
Myrtle Clark Claire Senates '
the buds "- ... ... Split from the fountain. Get a C
215 OSCEOLA AT 7-34141 II Pheasants rarely eat of J. qJ' ;r .m "--L Martyn Brewster
shrub and trees do I half gallon and save 20c.
_'__ ..________ 1 land game,birds. an .many' up-i JUPITER NEWS Wedding Ceremony FA

thru 30
MRS: ANNA MJNEAR. Cormpondtot Phone 7464643Crime Penny: Ann BrewMer and Charles Sept.
Prynne' Marlyn II, were married
; I I Saturday at the. Congregational 99e
t HALF GALLON
Reg.
Church in a candlelight ceremony .
CALLING : Aided performed by Dr M. M. Mills.

., Judges The bride wa given in marriage
by her father, Warren H. Brew

LONG DISTANCE? ster.Srewver Daughter of Lighthouse of Mr. and Drive Mrs.,

By Juvenile Juries aarian Mrs. Martyn Academy graduated in West from Palm Ro- Orange Sherbet't

Beach In 1962.; and from. Lasell
Ernest Evans, executive directorof 'fuges and lies of their contemporaries Junior College in Boston in 1964. a aJ
the. Youth ,Council on Civic made their suggested
punishment
The bridegroom ia the son of
Help Yourself to Affairs of Duval .County, ftpoke most! effective.He Mrs.' Hugh C. Leighton of Scarborough HALF GALLON
to KiwaoJan and representatives! also stated that the juriesare N. Ya n d Charles L
of local government and, civic organization made up of young people of Prynne Martyn II of Saddle Club Light, refreshing and tangy. Everyone will really
at the. Kiwanlt, meeting all scholastic brackets and of both Road. A graduate Admiral Farragul -
Better Service last week girls and boys. In the case! of a Academy in' St. Petersburg, r"i'"ttJ u' go for the luscious; tree-ripened orange flavor
The Youth, Council: I is credited colored juvenile: offender, the juryforeman le attended Emory University in of our Orange Sherbet! And now you can save
with conceiving the teenage Jury, is colored If the offender Atlanta. Her Is a member of Sigma + t 20c on tbb half gallon\ toot! Cn
which has been instrumental in I II white, a white youth acts as Chi fraternity
cutting down juvenile crime In the foreman.
For her wedding the bride' II.
J Jacksonville area Evans explain Duval County' experiment have eded a formal silk linenwith -n thru Sept. 30A
ed the working of teen..| )/uries. been Imitated by other cities and i lace band fh"e; bodice: and
A jury consist of three white counties and are under consideration a bell-shaped skirt which terminated -
and three) colored youths in the it the present for Palm Beach ,in a train. Her headpiecewas

middle teenager bracket Court County. I a large peau de sole petal bite ofhllt and Marshmallow and Crumby Almonds.
Real Taste Treat! Filed with Orange
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VA cases ire called' for Saturday to trimmed with !seed 'pearls attachedto
void miatingsehool" and the MAN INJURED IN FIRE a bouffant French illusion veil.
ii ( Jury listen &to' the trial of juvenile Ellie Hunter Limestone Road, Cindy Brewster was her sister'smaid Palm BeachCHOCOLATE '
I offenders. At the conclusionof :
of honor. Bridesmaids were
whose house exploded in flames
; each hearing, the teen-
agcra
tr J Wednesday, Is It ill9/ St. Mary'sHospital Ruth Sawyer of Genessee! N. Y., ALMONDMARSHMALLOW
confer verdict and
on a suggest
\ I In I cflllcuf conJllloil.The Yield SalMtorc ot Peeksktn N.
penalties to the judge Y., Joan Roswell, Palm Beach,
s' The suggested penalties are more flame completely destroyed Barbara Shallcy, Coral Gable, Cor.
o 1It in tba line of w t the the Hunter dwelling Chief A.
nclii Sprankle, Atlantic, 'and Jill
punishment. V. Baird.! of the VolunteerFire ICE CREAM.
I DIAL community than The Jupiter Martyn, New York, sinter of the v
offenders ire put tip work on clean Deportment, said.! The Jupiter bridegroom.
a up squads; they assist at the emergency Volunteers were assisted! by A tale. treat that b Mire to delight every member
ee sI room .In hospitals to be Weft Jupiter Volunteers. They They were gowned in Grecian of your family. Creamy, rich Palm Beach chore$129:
styled formal dresses of mint
taught the terrible' .consequences. were unable to save any part of green late Ice cream chock full of miniature white and
the building, but did control the trimmed, in green velvet. Their -,. Half
of Or drunken -
carclesf driving; or 4 orange marshmallows and loaded with almond
I to work In fire it the home of John Brown, white horsehair picture hat were Gallon
they are put storesfrom M-m-m.
velvet' trimmed. 1 he maid of honor
which good have been stolen. next door, which caught from the
carried long-stemmed white and
Evan uid th.allhe )'OOn.lury'l Hunter explosion. The Brown
penalties' were sometimes softened home lost ono will in the cool I.. yellow chrysanthemums, and the
other attendant carried
yellow
by the judges but \usually their gration.
\ I Ili l d ability to tee Jtirough the tubtcrGleo's. The fire was caused by the explosion -' nosegay
The .\w 0 (lower girls Stacy LFABOUTWEM
I of a gas stove which Hunter
Norris and Chris 1 bornton, nieces
had lighted to cook his noon of the bridegroom wore I long
J Trademark> meal. Chief Baird said. Spectatorssaid white dresses! of dotted *wl* trim-
J 1. he rushed out of the house med with velvet. They carried
JI t! Found Everywhere enveloped in flumes.IlrRK yellow green daisies.

pl .E.EI "Cleo" left her trademark as Jack Martyn of Scarborough:
I d" .k v she roared across the Loxahatchce : AND( 1IIKRE: teas, his brothers best man. Sam

a River here. She look all the gates Mica Anne Beard daugher of Thompson, Toronto, Canada John DAIRY
INC.
} off the bridge at the dulled along Mrs. James Beard, Pennock Point, Tollen, TequcMa. John D. Smith ,
U. S.1 1, Just to be sure she wasn't has gone to Washington! where she Detroit Lakes Minn., Peter Nor-
i I forgotten. the took the'plato glass will train for work with the Agency rl* of Lebanon, Ohio, and Ronald
i ; window from the Harden Fruitstore of International Development, Sims, Tampa, were the ushers. Available From Your ALFAR-BOUTWELL Milkman orAl
I on the highway. a State Department handl Out-of-town guests at the wed-
dial the agency
then
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I Other More ind businesses ing foreign aid Miss Brands assignment ding and reception at the Tequcsta These ALFAR-BOUTWELL Ice Cream Dealers
'i .e + w area code of the were braced for her powerful punch w for Bangkok Thailand, Hunt Club, were Mr. and Mrs.
6 11 jf" d. city you're calling and suffered little damage. Homes following her briefing period. Be- Howard Piper, Lock Haven. Pa.
also came through In good shape, Miss Greta Johmon, Mamarooeck, N.
although the roofs she matched Beard was secretary to W. L. Y.; Susan Tenny, Ncwburgh N.
1 from yours. off were from the' little homes Stemgard. executive vice president Y.; Gerry Albunese. Pee sklll, N.
Y. Rick Keim... Pa.. and NUTMEG SUNDRIES
,
that could;least afford U. of the Florida World's Fair Au- ; Carlyle
,\ Serious damage was done I In thority. She wa alto associated Mr. and Mrs. Pate Snavely of
r the nurseries where shed and greenhouses with "Manpower" in West Palm Winter Haven. U. S. No.1'VFI; ,.
!h! were battered and nursery Beach when she first joined her Upon their return from a trip ''e '
Mocks badly hurt Many great parent here. The senior Beards to Mexico, Mr and ]ctn. Martynwill ST. ONGE MARKET ::,:
i ir trees "went, down before the storm, came to Pennock Point from Jericho be at home in Teuucitta Hunt ; ", "v'"m'\ '
.v'
ii i __ especially! those loaded with fruit. Long Wand. In 1951. Club Colony. A-1-A Highway
\ __ for ;( ,
The only near casualty a 1 ,(1<
I human wit suffered by Morris Mr. and Mr*. Allen Ewing and Dain Boguc, who has been at 10\1\
D. Howell of Jo-Max Dairy, west I their four daughter have returned the University of Wisconsin for ) \ ,. ((:t SALERNOO'CONNOR'S
1\\ of here is the men were getting front camping trip in Black Rock the summer session, I it staying it
a .n emergency' power generator setup M "'nllilState Park, near Clay- the university to complete work M, "**+ J SUNDRIES :
I to milk the cows, HU'NtIv.ho\ i k"' Ga. Their campsite was at on her miner's degree Mis KristI [' .
r was Minding In water, picked up J.500-fool( elevation and an excellent returns to Cornell University for e. .' A-1-A Highway *
the jumper cable and was knocked I : spot for their hobby of wildflower her sophomore year carry in Sep
out by v an undetermined number photography Th. Ewing tember. //'i COUNTRY STORE .
a.
of volts. He recuperated at St. library of wild. 1 lower photographshas Tom Whilesel.1kJ\ .. has been } ..

1; Mary,.Hospital. I' been widely shown.. in this I the guest of his grandfather, H. P. .__ .: .. _, A-l-A Highway '
Jupiter Ranch Retort. WHOM e Jackson, Riverside Drive, hat returned 4"U" .., .
; seawall and buildings have lurfer.1 area.Stephen of Mil. to Wtllmgford. Pa. :
Floyd ton
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.. dial the ed from many storms, .I' It Shirley .P. Floyd Pennock Point STUARTSTUART _.
': f1' number of the between AlA and the ocean came I. has returned to Gainesville where Forest product industry of the *
person you're through the storm in good shape. be will he a senior at University U. S. ranks third among manufacturing DRUGS

I It calling. At managed Harden'Boating to tie down Center moat of they the of Florida person employed.Snutkey industries. in number of Corner of Flakier and St. Lucie Avenues_ ; '

boat to the storms" fury war not I Mine Lila and Mary Thayer .
felt In the little creek and waterwuys have recently returned front Rum- Says JUPITER
many boat came through" ney. N. It. -where. they spent( the JiGJ
in fino shape summer with their grandparent, TU ABCS cF1lR rc ... .
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i Mr. and Mr. W. F. Thayer Sr. iRivlJanOnBz JUPITER SUNDRIES
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StTrtMBIJl 1lOlINDRY6rLE 7 A visit their to the trip Wales home.Fir highlighted 'i I\ c'! Center St. & Old Dixie :.

Yes, dial direct and get the I
r Tiro" blew away' the plan for Mr. Mary V. lame of Lancaster /f
fastest service at the low station. Raymond Moun- .' JUPITER fARINA
Representative
Pa., and Clarence: Herr of i
dry to* talk on. the amendments Sttelton. Pa. am the guest of ( 'I ...
to-station A-l-A Highway
p rate For complete '. -
hich must be weN on in the Mr and Mr John' Hardy al theirSawfish "
dialing information, consult November election! \ M ht.. did some haste oa Bay i J
of the roof hereabout. I JENSEN BEACH
t your telephone directory. the new date,for the meeting Plan "for the Fie Prevention .
I\) *hich all art Invited b Spt. Week Parade. and Beauty Contestare r* :: SUNDRIES
7. The place, the Town Hall and being formulated, according I' ; JEN-BEA.
to t' the! tnonion.{ tNa Jupiter Business to Fire Chief A. V. Baird. Contestants '
Southern Boll and ProfesMonal Womeo'i Club; for Mm Flame of Jupiter ire 4s .
the lime I 'U.>} .mAll filing with the Jupiter Volunteer f ;.r Call AT 7-2464 for Regular Home Delivery
-Cwr-s *ho solar tcvl in under Fire Department The department
vending these amen>hn nt* are invited her also had a number of organization -
Gal enieh. S
"', ', to tuned I sign. up for parade float M s..ys
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