The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Mighty Hurricane Moving on Land

County All Batten fI 6Vo'

For Hurricane Dora's Edge


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County w a a bulletin
down Wednesday morning awaiting .
the arrival of probable liingi
blasts from mighty Hurricane DON. P
The Stuart News published! car I .
ly in an attempt to get this law r1W
off the press before possible powcr -
f failures.As I
j jA we worked compiling this
edition Tuesday night It was .n-
nounced that all county school.
will close\ until the storm dtingei
I hat pl.l.I p4':

Col. H. R. Parfitt Jacksonville. District Engineer, and Stuart Rotary Club and othe
ROUGH TRIP was in More for this group when the officials Bruner, I I organization with i Wednesday
Commissioner Jack Suundenon. Rough tea made by
Lucie Inlet for an inspection of the County
I made a boat trip out to St. meeting date cancelled them.
area Saturday. Left to right are County Commission Chairman swells far ahead of Hurricane Dora kept the Corp boat out of the Martin and fifteen other Florida "

Frank Wacha Rep. PaulO. Rogers, County Commissioner Herb inlet. I counties were put on Civil Defense \ .
ilcrf by Colonel H. W, Tark
--- dt
legion state Civil IX-fenM, direr
I Congressman and District Engineer Here Saturday lor They were preparing for any;
necessary evacuation measure .

I Bids on Connecting Channel Toilnlet rued Tuesday Martin all l night shelter County and Red the Croni rirr.

office prepared to help aid anyone ;
in dutrewRadio

I To Be Opened Oct. 13, Parfitt Says announcement nation/ schedule.WSTU a day hurricam went 01twentyfourhour ; t

The giant norm with hurricam ,
Solving the problems of turbu .-- -. wind up to 130 mile per hour, I I
I lence and danger at the St. Luci was targeting. in on DayiotuHcach '
Rroia The Inlet will. be"a long and eipensiv! Wednesday morning, n. s mv v s,
N oa Filka Electrical l t4nki
in \ before i.S
process, bat *"$$10,000() in emcrgcn Changes peeled) to hit with fury j

c, fund to dredge: a channel from. noon 1furrlC'II1'n"Wednesday.' tatendcd5I" I () ''a : : '
< <
RamblingReporter asal \Vterwav >
the inlet to the >>
'I mile to the I north and eiMruy-/lv j < t'r
is first in &heiahl
a step ::
direction. Code Hearing Sept. 22 mile Bureau to said.the Residents south, the were Weaihei urged a r MSi.

This wa* strewed by Colonel .
l area
'' to evacuate low-lying '4w q' i 'r ser
Jacksonville District ,
H. R. Purfiu.; ,
Ten-foot tide wen predicted .
at a public Four change In the Martin master journeym.n. or In electrical A. 1 I r
engineer. Saturday M1 ,
In the area closest to the center ol r 1 jm
electrical code ,
hearing on the inlet at th. County were requested apprentice .
BAILErs DF-AII.R: Martin Cowry: courthoute. by the Martin County ((4) To have a reciprocal agree. the hurricane and tide from thr
of with the of Tort Pierce to five feet higher than normal
tlectricaJ: Board at a meeting meet
BMP SEA Colonel Parfitt joined with Rep the Martin County Commission for duly examined electrical I contractors in the hurricane) watch; area which
Bailey' Boat Yard, J. n I' a resentative. Paul( O. Roger to Tuesday. who have th* required extended from Stuart to Brunt
Beach) has announced its dealeikhip "clear thair" of any nnsundcr- The made in letter amount of insurance and a soils.I wick, Cia., and aero the MaU
have arisei request was a
for the noted BMP Sea Scot I standing that might I factory financial statement on file to Sarasota and Tarpon Spring)
commission J. H.
the from
in mall boa over the role the federal govern to Department the Gulf COM*. .
15, a new concept with the Building and Zoning on
of the board.
Crane chairman
design Performance: is declare ment and county will play in remedial of Martin County. Gala warning' extended from
outstanding with a specious cockpit measures there. Crane pointed out that the County Commission chairman Fort Lauderdale la Myrtle Beach
and afety well and doubt Representative! Rogers told lbsome county electrical I coda hat been Frank Wacha advised the com- S. C.
bottom construction with built i seventy-five person presen in\ effect about a year and Is "work mission to advertise. for a puhhc Martin County would be Just on CROV>MI AT MONDAY'S JAYCEE: Br.AU."V PAGPANT were Mk Mania County, Jill Rant
flotation. Area boating enthusiatts that he and the Corps have been ing well but" some medications are hearing on the change to be held the edge of the hurricane windi bert, right, and Miss Stuart Jaycee: Judy Wel.",".

axe invited for demonstrations, well aware of the problem .t necessary They are: at the commission: next meeting Sell if the worm held to ill last.l .....- .-,. -- -- -.- -
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the inlet but, that solving them (1)I All trailers shall have a minimum 22 in order that "every predicted courie. - -
on Sept
tr< will take time -a/xL money electrical service: entrance one can be heard on the matter," SI. Lucle and Indian River tide 'Hcautics on Parade at I High School Monday
I-LOWFR GROWERS Roger said the recent allocation of sixty amps The commission agreed.At ere about two feet above normal rrr \
TO EN I I.R LAIN TEAM: of 110.000( in j emergency (2) AU commercial work shall lit Tuesday. Ihecommission Wednesday morning
T h a Martin County flower fund for channel clearing ta "i be done by licensed contractors also approve the All resident were urged: to lake Weislo 1re '
Growers Association will enter very unusual" procedure and" csmi. who shall tubmit a drawing the county contractor' code that take. ;'the usual and necessary precau: fill/ / Rambert Judy %
tin the winnen of the 1964 Pony: about only because of the awareness building Inspector prior to coot In about every phase of building lions" for this giant hurricane ,
League at a swimming party annbarbecue of the danger that cvist in mencemcnt o( work. practice. When the public hearing which I h much: larger and greatern I

on Saturday, Sept 12 the inlet area and co-opetalion! (3)) Any person engaging in electrical on the code wa called by I the Intensity than recent Hurricane Winners Labor Fete
the tarn between federal and local offs. in Day
The affair will he held at work shall have a compe- commission there was no opputl Heo. Top
Re cial.. Wednesday morn
of Stanley Smith known as I tency card Mating that he U a tlon. Indication
vestment! located on Highway 76( Colonel Parfilt explained that ng were that the storm Will pro.lesing .
Th. in funds -- northward and the .. ---- ---
west of the new high school the $30,000 emergency to the JaIl iUmbcit of Ghana: Pointbec.nsu -
boy should turn cast on the din for channel clearing would not. 5 immunity did not expect, wind Mist I, Martin County of Miss Weislo a' seventeen-year, of Stuart. *bo WnWxd second
road located just east of the sign II solve the inlet problem He speculated Governor Coming on Oct. of more than gal. force. JV64-.J. and Judy Welskt' of old senior al Martin County Sen and third In the" /Junk divmkm
reading "Smrth-Menninger Flowering that the inlet need a $3r Stuart became MM. Stuart Jay' lor High, .hat. brown hair and Other local beauties in me
Trees" and drive back approximately :200.000! ( program that includesthe For U. S. 1 DedicationWhether tea at the Jaycee-pontored. fifth brown ry... She .fa five feel., two senior division were Mary Jo I'CIH'
one-half mile. Swimming construction of jetties beforea Work to StartIn annual Labor Day>> beauty pageant Inches tall ...Iaft1 1 II IS pounds, Ion. Thcrwi. Krueger. Cn blue
will begin at 3 p.m. with. real solution is found. held l at Merlin aunty Sink, and her measurement are J4-24- Smith Norma Snyder and thir-
the barbecue at ':,)0 p.m.. followed Parfitt noted that under Ihe be ft ia ready for use or way I to he four-laned. will be Near Future High gym Monday' evening/ )). She listed her bobble ai Suite W kh, Completing the I tat
by more swimming. Th emergency the program channel soon would to be not the last strip of U. S. High-, I dedicated here Oct. 5, according Mw" Rambert will/ he eligible, sketching" and water sports. of mutes \In the Junior divi'.ms, t I
party will conclude at approximately started from --- to John R Phillip, chairman to compete in Ihe/ Mite Florida Giving MiM Rambert a close were Linda Daniel Judy Dcnney.
flower to feet deep
7:30 p.m. The hedged seven On Publix Bldg. in June of Rosemarie l.duhion, UrwU Liner
contest in Sartwta "Ii"11" Broonie dStuart
in the reefo State Road Board. race were .
Growers were trw 1964 sponsor he government Ralph Ward in Betsy Nourse. Unda Sheppiird. and]
Miss Jaycee of f
that Stuart
tear (
for the winning team.TIICY .... the Intracoastal Waterway and Governor arris Bryant will cut second in Shirley. Well/barker.
>keechobe Waterway crowing, ribbon/ mark the official opening W. G. Ussiur, Company, Inc., The winner nerO crowned) by 19t161.lrM finished I
I to "
The Corp ResignationRalph Beach contractor
: SAW ISLET jf the government cut through the and dedication: at the Stuart or for Went Palm Puhlit Supermarket Mauldin, and! Mitt Undo I eld-" ela Alton of Palm Cit y, third. Dr. A *.*ell C. King. Dr VV.i.
AT ROICII: PERIOD eef. will clear the reef channel portion of the road which ia aliiUnfinished. tear Stuart new Shopping Center, arc man flll'CCdv.I"to.IM Maw. WeUk/a" biggest eomprtl- Pleat" R. DenrMhower, )! Alan ("W.
The officblp.rty which viewed 10 eleven feet deep and 200 feel County Ward District constable 2. and of currently tpcctni la Mart work on the Raitiberl, eighteen, hgreeneyed a lion came front Miss, Celia Ca/ort lab and "1116 Kettiei SydenatnUContinued -

St. LUCM Inlet Saturday s'ide.' chief of police at South Bay, Attending the ccremonie will I225.0UO "building ahonh/ C. B. !blinder who was graduated and Mist,. Shcrrle Johnson", both I ( on Pap 2 A)
noon saw it in OlIO of its after-I The only curt to be assumed by baa resigned) hue job as constable. be a party made. up of federal and WbogJMl Jr.. local realtor, ankounced from Martin County Senior. --- -"--'--' ._- --
phases, with giant comer he county wilt be the maintenance Ward sent his resignation to Male officials, member of IhepreH Tuesday High' Its year, and h now a nu,.
Ing on t the reef from Hurricane )If the channel between the cut Governor Farm Bryant Bryant I 11 and representative of highway Arbogatl added that reservation Ing student at Palm Beach Junior In Line "'lth Last Year .
Dora. They did not go outside but ind i the Intracoastal Waterway expected to accept the resignation builders. of store and. office space in the College." Sbt. to five feet, five T' r
witnessed the "'breathlctlentry nisi the channel become partf end appoint'a aucccttor probably The p rty will have luncheon uWi complex were now being and a quarter unfits: tall and
of a local charter boat which made > a federal project now in the TernWcthington.. JUpIter .Island In Stuart Arrangement for the slun.. and further information wa weigh* I 117 fwumh, tier "vialstamwtcn"
it 1 in without bro.ching-bsiclyl I raking After the channel become loticemaft who b constable ap- observance art la charge of W. C. .ivaibble,' from either him (AT 7- are J --J*. and her $4,169,077 Permits i
federal project the Corp will parent of the. dtMnct sins W th-" Crowe)!, vice president of Dttkersun >44O) or attorney Wrsttey Sylvbn, ht**t .it sin,ing. V* .h a former'
kSMime maintenance.; In theNovember Inc which Is completing IOJ Datura Sweet West Palm meAibcr of the choir. of It. tola". ,
r face no opposition
I Tale Twisting I II tilt Colonel the emergency ParfMt reported program Out bid will gton election for the post the road improvement here.ty each rrE J-44I I'9i' .+copil Church.Rightofway Issued in 8 Months

I .y JACK JAMESTees (Continued on Page 2-A)
JI Problem Being
"' n..tIJl. i-e mtt f" I WKATIItR OMITTED With *). permit. issued In' the of Sewalia., Point., eight"'" permits, I
bate to keep harping about I first eight NwnilM' of IM4 for a $6',WX>; and the unincorporated. ; \
IN tillS
but l's' being proved everyday Road Switch total' value of J4.IW.077 Martin section of Martin. County 4bl
that this adroinmtraiion baa I Well try to have two wecitempcTBlure Confirm Pratt-Whitney County building .b keeping* close permits), $2961.901.Republicans.

a civil righla bill we can't turyrv I and rainfallor. you. to the record-brcakmg 960 permiti
lint week. Because: of early morn.og UM whole
the for- fur 57,1)4',411 during
with" not counting a aid. JI..I puWicauna Wednesday wefe A .switch ia the northern term along the pwiuMkhdewgnal- dill UM. aid of Ace ..... be final IU puiatod out last of 1963. ta
.g,. wg teat .'. unable to get the weather Miss of Pratt A Whitney road ed route. One leas baa cwnf/ibiii. I Johnson told III* eon misvw SUM tan. keen set aside. M aetlye No ibsuliiU cumpaiistin b po*. Meet Thursday 'I
If 0 r.. Of d Ut eieept<< for hurricane IIrcJaII.ca'IIL ..here tt joiiM SUM Road 16 made; ed other ngf-o f4wy M the. area hit firn would like. to have relumed **"* budtsl fur tvnttneuoa U sable at UU.. stage bx>>ue theAug. .
mww, we must! b* the Mactia County Comm where the road' to. now planned. the aJditmul rightofwayalong the ...... f'.y' 31, I96J. figure ol tJI The Martin) County RepukucaAExecutive
1,1 that ,sea el .ks Ut meeting brought' aightofway At the conusutsioa' /tut meeting the oU roou. He also anted auller should. N sritled M sown permit. toUliog $4I69A77 did Committee wilt meet on, J
bJnat ft, D. tolls" AT '? r request front a prop. County Engineer: Fred .Bed the) commtssMM nut 10 afcaadtipICanse a. powbkThe gal include Jupiter Island figure, Thursday iveninf(' 7:30 ia tha
la. also lead 'JI&T* sew: t*W;.;: 'eny nmer at a eomnusskm meet requested and gut 1 switch of the Avenue (lh 4d route, twtnansssion.approved the obtained at the end of ihe ,'11. fine National Bank> corrowmiiy
about a ml H ..... thai a* MUM future Lisp rightofMtiuest. County Com- total doe Dune will de.
to the Q/Ito .K If .II" tICS s4s Sit ing TuesdayR I aorthcra traumas The'" 1964 elghl-monilt mum. bleary .pre<
of aVcohoi ..Y.. II lees ... ... V. Johnson acting for One authwe of the ...,.....! lerraiou kUfftea. AVMW be paved. nussioA ttuitmiHi Frank Wach delude iwenty-fuur permit lot Ths to ..ImpurUnt busifKMx:" ivt: I'"t tIng
beverage :M. *. is :.ass lee Iii s.. i s2t : Jan I Iftfc one of the owisen .f a a peal where. proposed Bell told...consm. oa would" aaJ.I] a puM hearing/ would" have 1461,41for Jupiter I IsboO. I and] will include ducutskn u8
*. flew IhiMt east be strufj! -I .a isill,1 sal s". Sea itl. the ftght-oC-way. aakad the. onsnixiua > Pratt A Whuaey Road w<*U Jura) be I good>> Wa.. w ad .. UM rightofway -, to N bdd to abandon KMSM Arrour ... Also Included are City of Stuart final activitiesfor the county be* r,

end out with. the help at Christ.See ....*: tt ._. ate 44 see I..41 M 11..4, I is> rclmquaa.. rightofweyabout wsia Loop Road at State Raved 76. transfer so that plan for and ia abandonment eawnrsplue.L. .. of. the a 1J9 pernuuv S1)9o6O;; Town fore the November .
would not
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V f'im STUART (Fla! .) NiWSI ? President M. Rohny Nchon. mad, = u u, I

I tmrsdm. September 10, 1964 the welcoming addrcO. Stuart Will Join Other CitiesIn
- - --
Florida Flower Queens Intro
IWOftE ATOUTJillRafobert dUcl\ dUMng The evening wen, NEW1
Mils Browne, Mm Jan Leightor SOCIAL
ahd 1 WiW Put Hart Sears Beautification EventStuart

Credits also went to Stunt

Chamber of Commerce for L Office: AT 1-1 M<0 MARY I INDSAY" Society !fedttorMR.
Judy WfeisldBeauty sistaricc: Murun ( outity Seni eanppew"n',+ ;
wilT in the' stale .
High for Itfciluics; Pete Han_ t-"waushi"awsw+ssnsv/k* .wart' rrIli compete j'
HfRtrnj, Martin County Flowe wide civfc improvcnfttM contest t o tie{f l' '
Winners ponored by the Florida Federation 1
flowers; Attract
Gtpwen \ antTitle Club -1'
Insurance Company prow of Garden '*, Inc and I

(Continued from Page 1-A) ma. Mrs. Elaine! Rhodes, Mrs the Sean Community improve
O.ran_era and Mn. Vickers a. mcnt Fund. .
('r of Fort Pierce\ and Frank Fosi IiItatt e With the contestants, MM The contest which began M v
i It'r of Vero Beach M, P Nelson. palm* for decor ; 12 of this year will end on June
Bearing the brunt of the work anon, and Joe Mazzclla and 'The a ,- t. 1965 Both Mr*. John. W His
jIT, the pageant which attracted Four Misfit;. music. q+ rApa : ray president of the Garden nut,
,,,11 ,mdicnce estimated at 1200IL of Stuart and W. E. Ambler Citv,
'?' Dick Oranbeld and Max VETERAN'S FLAGON of !Stuart; parka Mirerintettdtnt who
\ ,i.ki.rpageant CO-ch: 'rmen for j CAUSEWAY intended a breakfatt meeting<< i m I s h
Si lan Javcees Gordon Walsh .wj' HONORS rntRKlN: west Palm Beach on Scfrt.! 2. expressed II
"'aster of ceremonies, and 7ayseet I hearty endorsement and I
The- flag flying over the cause, 1 i marshaling of forces to take
Wy at Jensen Beach on LaboiTayywai #, : r part in the contest r

Iusinessmen'sLUNCH; .1 / donation by Mr. Fred City officials!, garden club presidents l.
Pcterton TOW101
of the Ocean I
well members fromt
I's at at key I
Breeze. The flag presented to Mn
score of nearby I
Peterkin by the Veteran* Administration were given details of a totiiest of oJi I ISFA1tfi
at the death of her husband
ermg: Florida cities: gash award!I
was In turn presented ((6 the t"y for successful projecl In civiceaut
Jensen, Bench American rPpi
> fication br improvement abe t t : left to right\, frccent civic Improvement meeting In
Post 126 by Mrs. Peterkin to he
flown over the causeway: in memory 9Y A l 1 : session In the George Washington West Palm Beach, wre Mrs. John W Hume 'president ot the

97cToWn of her husband The flag will Hotel. Garden flub of Stuart and W E Ambler, City of Stuart !parks,
M flow at long at tt remaini This new program co-sponsor"{' head Standing: Mrs Alfred Butler. president and district chairman

serviceable. The Jensen Beach Lt. rd by the Florida Federation of of Florida Federation, Garden Clubs, and W. P, Moffitt

Won Post hat undertaken to Klip- manager ot Sean of West Palm Beach
ply and raise and lower the flag. MORE ABOUT
House on the call *M' at a ivart of their

Community service projects They Garden Clubs Inc and the Community this !urgently, needed area of community
wilt continue to do to until the Inlet Channel
US. 1. Stuart Improvement F u n d of action
:' Jensen Beach bridge It completed : Scars, it designed to invite and' w. W Tat&enhorst. territorial

Come, Try It/ tome time in 1965 Post mat- Bids Oct. 13 stimulate all organizations to cooperate I' director of civic: and educational

(Ctaied Monday) tort Volunteer theft services and t + : by participation in an til- programs for Sean Roebuck and
time for 'this project) tr' ,' e ;i ''p # out campaign to accomplish com Company urged the cities to vie
----"- November Start munity beautification. for the $I.000 in awards to be

M, qs r t Mrs. Alfred J. Butler of Lake given in this new statewide con-
N t1ctJ/ : kbd (Continued from Page I-A) Worth, district chairman: presided tea He presented a series: of
;e and explained that the programwas colored slides to reflect the accomplishments
be advertised for 18 and I
Sept. to aid smaller of other southern
designed cities
WE WILL, CLOSE SUNDAY, SEPT. I 13 opened Oil Oct. I IS. Work should through the leadership of local cities in this field of work Deadline -
for raforlng" Redtcoratsng Vacation begirt. about the middle of November garden clubs the
-m achieving for entries it June I I. 1965

Grartd tie-Opening Sunday NoV. 1 Beautification of unsightly areas, the winners to be determined by
County Commission chairman both public and private. Other key a panel 1 of qualified j
%Itfc Complete Luncheon and Dtnnett. Frank Wacha who was host at leaders of the Garden Clubs of Host 1f the f eew.. P.
(the meeting along with other commissioners Florida stressed' the importancefor Moffitt, manager of Sears in West
told the gathering the Garden Club participation in Palm Beach
I county Mill has the $3.200000 inlet
FRANCES IANGTOPD'5JENSEN (] '! project under consideration,

d e + e 'tn.4v but that currently it appears that Florida Guests
y y a the county could not come up in Majority
r 4 I I with $1500000 at its share in I

OUr RIGGtR I the .project."We still. owe around $500; In Marina and Villas VisitsOrady

-a EST Vn4NJ XX on the last project," Wacha

BPAttt ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT Did The majority of guest at Lang Pompano Beach: Mr ana
n .''ti, I Colonel Parfitt then told the ford Marina and villas were from Mrs. Victor Fuller, West Palm
LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS w'la' 1it Croup that if about four miles of Florida this past week at fifteen Beach; Mr and Mrs. Archie

beach south of the inlet on JOpii yachts and forty-three villa guests Berck, West Palm Beach; Mr and
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-- ter Island could become a public arrived from various cities in Florida Mrs. T M Williams, Daytona
+ e4Pt F 1 beach, then. the local participationin Beach; Mr. and Mrs. R A Lu

JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC. in :the more expensive project Yachts and owners front Flori cat Orlando; Mr and Mrs L R
r' t''e'PS' be decreased at much as a da were ""Unaymit O O Dale Jr. Wright Eau Gallie; Mr and MM

"JUST BEYOND THE ARCH"JENSEN i million dollars West Palm Beach; "Anne II." Cline Smith. West Palm Beach;
Wacha reported that efforts are Mr and Mrs!, Vace Harrington, Mr and Mrs. Julian Field, West
BEACH, FLORIDA PHONE : ?-27U wing .made to get the area fort Palm
Daytona; ,JCenii F. A. Clayton, Beach; Mr and Mrs Sam
tow SPECIAL PRICES .... CW-oot Sol New Wayfarer public beach from the inlet Naples "Mimi 111," S. D Batche- Powerll Cape Canaveral; Mr,
Campers at cOlt MARK IV $415.00 MARK II $350.00. Qaa-type iNt mush to a tract of land recently lor, Melbourne; 'Kmgfish" Mr and Mrs. J. M Elder Cocoa; Mr
t r'Iliirr Nj boded to the Florida Audubon and Mrs Rue R Gewert Fort and Mrs. John S Horn Cape Ca.
PRICE REDUCTIONS New 19651 On the Way lO't I of r i f,' lociety by the Hobe Sound Company Lauderdale, "Sassie, 11.", Mr and naveral; Mr and Mrs N W.
12'e and 20' wide. Miut Have More Room He said that the acquisition : Mrs. Robert Gottfried Palm I Schoonover, Eau Gallie.

New 1964 Close Out We Alway Deal Left Talk It Over ..AND MRS, DYKE HO WILL of this beach, area it in the discussion Beach; Tukl II," H F Bower Villa guests from out of state
stage I Sr. St. Petersburg"Third Moon" were Mr and Mrs Paul 'Niltson,
Ira JO1 I Slylln1 1 Bedroom ''
Admiral Richard Toggle. manager George S. Shaw Jndialantic; "Sui-- Bay shore. Long Island N Y Mr
10'.10' Skyline 1 Bedroom Susan Marie Son and Dyke Howell Married of the Town of Jupiter Island sun," Donald L. Wilson! Fort t and Mrs. Nicholas Apicella Lm.
55 110' Skyline i Bedroom with private dining told the group that inlet turbulence Lauderdale: "Fort Leranne II," denhurst, Long Island N, Y ;
10'* lo' America 1 Bedroom, ttatntet 1 heel eye level oven it one of the major reasons R. D. Harvey Fort Lauderdale; Mr and Mn Charles H Foss'

11' wide SO long 600' of living space Sporhcraft, At First Presbyterian Church on Saturday that there is such a serious Sea Fever," Kenneth W. Wiggs Westwood Mass; Mr. and Mrs.
Lamplighter j deluxe Interior beach erosion problem, along Jupiter West Palm Beach; "Pem Don W A Howell, Carbondale III.:

20' wide :x if. long Skyline .:...,deluxe Interior completely r + Island. H. G Warrlngton. Palm Beach; Mr and Mrs. H. J. Sonne orn,
furnhhcd fa .park, utUltlrt connected, ready to occupy The kits. Pmb tartan Church Admiral Tuggle! laid he did not "Excuse Me Too" Foster H Rey Chicago Ill; and Mr and Mn.

45' :x 10' Piedmont ,... 1 Bedroom, elaborate Interior large wit the letting Saturday afternoon \ When the newly weds left on i Sr, North Palm Beach maternal inlet believe should that erosion caused: by the nold Eau Gallie; "Off Key," T H Lea Chicago III.
at 2 o'clock for the wedding of their wedding trip to Grand Ba be! viewed) strictly asa Homer R. Dcnius Melbourne; The Outrigger Restaurant will
Florida windows and of the
Mist Susan Marl. Son daughter hams West End, the bride paternal grandparent local problem. He noted that "Rowdy," C. W Schooley, Palm be closed: from Sept. 14 until
50 :x 10' HIM i Bedroom roomy large Florid wlndowi' of Mr and Mrs H E. Son Jr., for Cub| traveling a turquoise bride; Mr. and Mn Curt F. Mann, similar problems exist' all along Beach Nov I IWeekend I.

Each of the Hoove bow mobile hornet will' sell only 913 Madison Avenue and Dyke sheath wore style drew with turquoiseand Mn E. T. Simonds, and Mn the East Coast in areas where Other yachts arriving. in the

thru September, for lost trimmer price I I t Howell, sort of Mr, and Mrs. W. beige striped coat with beige i Raymond Fly all of Carbondale, there are Inlets. He laid he felt marina were "Bilmar," W L guests of Mr and
We have a good telectloo of excellent .used mobile bomee., If A. Howell, 917 West Main, Car- accessories. Her} corsage wat of 111; Mr and Mrs. James B. Bennett that Inlet problems and erosion Hawthorne Richmond Va.; "Eve Mn Fred Benlel was her mother
Interested la a fuss 1 or tMttt Mobile hoot, buy tit September bondale 111 The rfouMc-ring ceremony white orchids. Upon their return Homestead; Mr and Mrs. should problems all along the East Coast sing Star." F. S. Ford Detroit Mn Blanche Robbins", of Palm
while redaced prlree an fa effect was performed by the RevMalcolm they will reside i in Arkadelphia, John Hermann Port St Lucip; an area project Mich. and "Dollar Eater" Hoyt Bay and her sister Mn Robert
.Stivers, WUwra' and Smith remind yon. Harris. Ark. Mist Arlene Klckert Chicago III., that Representative Rogers replied L. Gilbert, Athens, Ga. Gray and daughter, Judy of Eau
Arrangements of white gladioli The brute It a graduate of Mare Mist Peggy Donnelly, Charles planned remedial measures at Villa guests from Florida included Gallie.
the inlet
BUY YOUR NEW MOBILE HOME NOW SAVE CASH! chrysanthemums, tuberoses and tin County High School and attended Wtshburn, Orlando; Mr and erosion certainly would not solve Mr and M..... !Roy T. Ellis -
used in altar and on Jupiter Island Mrs. J. H Massie hat returnedto
greenery were Florida Southern College Mrs C B. Prentiss Jrr Charleston Eau Gallie Mr and Mrs.
"broslon: ;
santcuary decorations.A !. She helda fellowship in English S. C.; Mr and Mrs. Doug on Jupiter Island must Freddie her home on Osceola Street She
Edgar Beach
of music t be worked on and will be worked Daytona ; the in Ashland Va.
program organ and was on the dean list She las Stewart Miami; Bradford Kin- Mr and Mrs. Muggins spent summer
played by Robert Gumv Jensen is member of Alpha OmicronPi ncy. Lakeland; the Misses Sheila bin Right now we are concerned Harvey with her daughter Mrs Hazel
a Melbourne
-uH1 t ..1fJ': Beach at guest assembled included Smith. Frances Duncan Billie primarily with the inlet ta/ety ; Fogg Burrage. She alto enjoyed camping
( U VTeme. sorority factor and getting an adequate inlet ; Moiety, Jacksonville In Virginia and West Virginia
hQ" 'tnfE Trlptypque" by The bridegroom. a graduateof Eaker, Judy Bottom Sara Ov There will be other Mr, and Mrs. John C. trips
[ $ anJ "Clair de Lune" by C. Debutsey University High School Carbondale borne Cay Herndoix Marion problems .
I'p Dickenort. Winter Park Mr and
to tackle and will ;
we tack
'7iOOIhrd Bon the processional and ll., "d.th. Colorado Hawk, Sally Luke and Ronnie them Mrs. James W Burdirt. Coral Gables '
rcccwlohal n e played ."Trumpet School: of Mines. fraternities Gnozzio, all Dmlcron Rogers : Mn. Frances Ferguson! returned
Mr and Mn R. P. Lock.row
.1Vednesddy Saturday Tune" and Trumpet Voluntary" are Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Tau Pi sorority OfjiAIPha Southern Rogers hat then authorized reported that Con- Cocoa Beach. Mr and Mrt. home Sunday from Gulfport
grew and Presi. Mist.
by Purcell She was met in Tallahasseeby
Beta Pi, national engineering honorary College. Jack Mendelsohn.I Melbourne Mrtnd :
The bride given in marriageby Patrick dent Lyndon Johnson at signed ; her daughter' and ton-in'law,
He.la employed by The rehearsal dinner for the
a bill $46.000 Mrs. L E. Hahn
her father, wort a formal gown Hartia n, Inc., Penver, Colo, en wedding party and out-o.town allocating Islam udy pompano and Mn Earl Johnston, who
of white organdy designed with gineering.contractors.. Mr. and Mrt of erosion on Jupiter Beach Dr and Mrt. C. W. Mc- drove her home from there.
guests was given by
'T tiny tap sleeves and scalloped neckline OuloftowngswMa included Mr Howell, parents ot the bridegroom Abe at the meeting and on the ----
The tieMd skirt tpeakert platform State
three- which wee Sen

tho Restaurant ton
and Mrs Fred H. Wills) Murphyaboro tt Outrigger
ACA f l extended into a chapel train was lta Mr and Mrs. H S. Son Sept 4. ator Irlo Bronson. Others attending Do You A Good ?
enhanced) with embroidered seallopt. Included Stuart Vice Mayor Enjoy Cup of Coffee
Her waist length veil of tllk William P. Todt and Stuart Commlwionert -
illusion oat worn with' t crowii of Jack M Hartman and It so, why dotit yon try a cop of ours made fresh every 30

W pearl embroidered silk leaves and Four Presentations Arthur Suns, John McQuigg, rep" mlnsrfe with sere toft water hoes special blend of Santo -
APASTI g 1 the carried a cascade bouquet of resenting the Stuart Sailfish Club, MedcUIn. Mara CaDraa Mocha: and Ugandl coffees.
; white orchids, tuberoses and \leather and Nathaniel P. Reed, vice president
A IOWI leaf fern ot the Hobe Sound Com SPECIAL FOR NEXT SUNDAY

Mrs Linda Huggint of him By Riptide Players pany, who made a spirited plea
fiNkTIWA1a Springs tister of the bride, was that hums lives be considered BAKED CHICKEN PIE

matron of honor. Her street-length I at paramount in pushing the inlet CHOICE OF TWO SIDE DIShES ROLLS BUTTER

dress of pink chiffon: ..... fashioned I The Riptide Player at the Sept I Riptide .Playenk next meetingwill project. COFFEE OR TEA CHOICE OF DESSE.RTPOWELL'S
fitted bodice and full
with 17 8 Following the Meeting Rogers.Parfitt. .
) meeting, approved the 1964-65 : be Thursday Sept p mat
skirt and was worn with a matching commisatonen: and
It wilt be
calendar of eventS the Little Theatre open
t lace jacket with three-quarter- Mardi On Bait with "Evening house for prospective members. others, took a boat trip to the inlet DINER & MOTEL
length sleeves. She wore a match- but kept the
rough teat Corps
as In Paris" as the theme, will Mart There Jt always room for anyone
ingbandetu and her crescent shaped the season ft costume affair open interested in little theatre work. boat out of the /Inlet u S. N*. 1 2 Blocks North of Roomvekt. Bridge

"_ bouquet was of pink carnation to the public. Come on down' and Joint! Commissioner Wad said that EttaMfcArd war IS Yeas*
kiwesiacoin petals. "Mr Roberts I II the first playto the group discussed the inlet in
clef an IIIWIII Marshall Howell,St. Loxiit, Mo. be produced In December with FIRST PARRA MEET detail and taw it at one of its A SQUARE DEAL Wmi EVERY MEAL -

.t tEE 1IIfI 1 98Nlisidpa. .lhep.iq. 1NUtip.) ........t f If111RPStlll\ uncle of the bridegroom .was Mrs. Madeline Shaw directing. is SET FOR sirr.$ most treacherous phases. .
best and ushers were -- -- ---- -- ---- -
..we. em I OBYBdI of MMI8W..t.! ,... ,.....i.aapgnEESE. till Rhodes man, R. Richard Smith Otrry Tom "Ten Llnle Indians "M, T1a rouAnne The Julian D Parker Elementary -
and "Goodhysj, Fan-,
.. My
Jones, all of Stuart, and Bob Hen- Parent, Teacher Associationwill
the three that will complete -
denhot of cyr are meet for the first time this SEAWALL REPAIRS & SEALING
Stthday i Monday & Tuesday the season. Srpt 19, at 8
For her daughter's wedding year; Tuesday { pjn.
J In
the school ctfctortiink
Mrs. Son wore a pale yellow STOP LAWN
crepe bit SINKING
SHELTER COMMTTTFE: Your attendance: at meeting
dress with and white
yellow accessories
t Iii.taOhulM..rants WIII lIL"l \ and a white orchid corsage AT LLXS: GRATEFUL will show of your the Interest PTA for In the the coming continuation Hydraulic cement grout pumped below footing bn interior side of
Mrs tf\'Iw cll, mother of tile
metnben the shelter
PMId'' 20 -At of year. Mr. Walter will Introduce .
bridegroom\, wore a light narty comrmttw at the FIRS Club during the teachers at this time. Wall guarantees this.

M80RAHKKR shantung semi-formal' drest with the hurricane Oeo, we would Com and make them welcome and Fully Licensed and Insured
matching accessories and a corsage
like this
to take opportunity to show your support to their effortsto
HmEYMIL18MILI8 of white orchid thank thti Elk for the Use! Of their educate our chiklren. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
The wedding reception wet held building Earl Rnowte and Jim
t e/ at the Port St. Lucto Country Hwuon for their help and coopration MOST ITMI CAN HEAR For Free Estimates Call"GUNITE"

Club Floral decorations were earNed ( and npecailly for the coffee Some fish tae hear frequendet
out with table arrartgerdenti ttrvtd .m the anornmg Included tip.000 cycle |See second
of white gladioli chrtaMhemumt .m our thank tt the SheirfnDepartment However tome fish cant hear at RENTALS INC.
and fern Refreshment were served member of the Civil an ,
by the hisses Kara Hartmu Defense sad alt other who worked MIAMI FT LAUDERDALB
and Katherine Kcmedf Mitt Carol untiruicrf for the protection of Jim Conrad, Harold John and PALM BEACH
Ana Smith registered |the bur .Ifan.-Heft.. Pettonl Mart Herbert Hodar? enjoyed a **> 6884M81 SM1-2127 832- 920
tilt Weber ami Hal Weber" cad fishtof trip U fen* hilt Kef. .


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HOBE SOUND NEWS Thursday. September 10. 1964 J-A

I I' Mr. and Mrt Thomas Smith
MRS. EVA CAMPBELL' Correspondent 346-39 and children visited Grandmother!
Millie; on Labor Day.
I CIVIC 1RUSTEKS: MEET ring at the HoMey heed traterr I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bodo have
I returned from their lour ot Texas
: Trustees of live new Kobe I m Stuart.A .ind ( aJaforn.... '

I Sound Civic Aawciatton spent. Labor new color t vision net i is
t v r ar' Day laboring over the !proposed gracing the living room of George Nurses Meeting I\
t bylaws of the oraimi/ation. I
a t The meeting was kid at the laibl compliment of the Hobe There will be a meeting of the?
Lakeside Traitor Park and was attended Sound Chamber 0 f Commerce. Distnct 42 Florida Slate Nurse
by Fred Linda E. J. Ar. Congratulation, George! .1 Association in the 'hospital library
lw It noW, Dr. Luther Davis, Robert on Monday, Sept. 14 at 8 p.m
i Miirchione. Cliff \MkKn, Hurry Senxtmj Vineburg won she This will be the tint meetingof
k II I Cmlcr, Mrt. Cater, and Robert adult ticket selling: championship: I the organisation) since last Majf
!, I Kclsey. and it now the proud possessor! ofa when meeting wuro discontinued
A meeting dale for all interested t. I new transistor radio. J un > o > tot the UI1II1 \aiation: : months.A .
community residents I I is soon championship! were won by l Donald bu 'nc-5 meeting will be loll
la t bo announced. Burkheimcr and Betty Brccn. lord bv a program.

f'tf .
The Robert Hurst family took ; .u
grandmother, Mr. Grace Hall, ona ; \ .
weekend" camping trip la Lake "
Waldena. A brand new camping
trailer made the weekend a pleas-
urcahlo one for all. eJ"l :
MARTIN COUNTY TIGERS football squad for the 1964 season! looked like this Collins; third row, Coach J. C' Williams, Tom Wyatt Wayne Carter, Jim Hum- \ aIo!

on Monday, with most of the probables present! : Left to right front row Herbert phreya Don Stiller, Ken 0.101'1Ridey Rhodes, Dm Kilboume Bill Mather. Bob in Our his same friendly old pharmacist spot in downtown Is buck: : _..Y n

Kammel Bob Fenton, Ken Elliott, Phil Feathcrstone. Terry Rogers Bruce Urqu- Sabena, David Smith Jim Lofback and Coach Cliff Rollins; rear row Robert in Kobe t Sound. Welcome back, t._

hurt Charles Outlaw Herb Pcndarvis John Tucker Joe McCoy and John Gray; Amuruse, Bill Krevilz. John Rhaday, Ronnie Clark, Earl Cooper! << ,' Bill McCnthern, friciVd! ..ors KRIS Ion f.R.\I'S;

second row, Coach Ted Hill David Morris John Wood!, Mike Crook, Jerry Merk. Rickey Scammcll, Ken Lofback Earl Gordon Arthur Speedy and Billy Om- Regular/ meeting of the Young PAULINE: SF.GNA: NELL WALTON
linger Phil Hogan Buck Miuldin, Marty Hchnberg. Clark Collins. Bobby Pendants ningham. Republican Club of Martin County 20 F. OCEAN: BLVD. IMIO.NK: 287-4433,

Eddie Gifford Ralph Kramer Manager Tom Coker.and Head Coach Bob _,,lil I_be held'_next Tuesday_ eve I --I
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U.S. Power Squadron Planning ---d Charles Carlton I FRIDAY DL SATURDAY

Ocean Breeze

Piloting Class at Ft. PierceFort Buys Acreage in STUART STUART

News Western CountyCharles SHOPPING' A Y SHOPPING
Pierce Power Squadronwill I For further information call O. I
hold registration for its free I M. Robinson, Rio, 287-4793 or MRS. ROXY }:FIELD, CENTER CENTER
piloting class on Thursday and J. Peters Stuart 2871373. Correspondent T. Carlton, Fort Pierce DISCOUNT
Friday Sept. 10 and II, from 1 The Beach Community Center citrus and cattleman has purchased STORES
7:30: to 9 p.m. at the Beach Community is! located on the causeway to 1.280 acres: of kid in northwestern .
Center. Classes start Monday Fort Pierce Beach: 1.2 miles from LOCAL CITIZEN TO BE: Martin County for $2 II,.

at the, Sept.community 14, at 7:30 center.: p.m., also, U.S.I.. HONORED IN WISCONSIN IK( ), ;''f:1rt i.fayto stamps the office on of adeed All Cotton Genuino "Ideal"Squeeze Long 1 Handled

The United States Power Sqaud- Mrs. Schmidt Has Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan the county clerk.Carlton .
ron. of which t the Fort Pierce Calder (better known here at purchased the two DUST MOP EasySPONGE PLASTICHOUSEHOLD I
group is a member, is now in its Resigned PostMrs. Nate) of Mencsha. Win and Ocean: Mock of land for about $170an
fiftieth of teaching. The free Breeze Park, will be glad to hear
year acre from Henry I. and Virginia -
piloting classes: are open to the Stephen Schmidt: assistant that Saturday. Sept. 12 will be the C. Cole. He reportedly has 'With Adjustable Pivot Handle
public, both men and women and director ot Martin County museums D-Day in Mcnesha as it will be other land holdings 'in Martin
children over the age of fourteenare has resigned effective Aug. dedication of the Nathan Calder County. '
welcome if accompanied by an Stadium. A campaign e'c' make this MOP BROOM
31.The The property lies at the Intersection
adult. announcement of her resignation the most successful of the .
of Menesha with the sale of Martin Grade and Allapatuh
The subjects covered are safety was made by County Commission history
afloat seamanship, small boat chairman Frank Wacha of booster buttons I Is under way in Roads. It is designated
as section: 12 and 13, township 38
the twin Two school
city area. high
handling, equipment and govern. at a commission meeting Tuesday.Mrs.
south 38 DyiMt 011!
ment regulations, rules of the Schmidt' husband who teams will face each other m games range r'
road mariner's compass, aid to was director of museums, resign that will dedicate the school sta I lutes tponp.
I navigation and charts and pilot. ed several weeks ago to take a dium. It is one of the finest in Woman ChargedIn
ing. position in West Palm Beach. the country, with seating capacity ,
-- n of 4.125, space available for parking
JIM) cars. The flagpole at the Killing in
' end of the field was erected by 1-
\ NEWS funds from the "Calder" boys!, Booker Park a ,

JENSEN BEACH ex-players Nate Caldcr's, who team.were members of ,

!MRS MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7.17611 Mr. and Mn. Calder make their of Loraine Booker McDuffie Park, I I. being twenty-four held to, V-Shapcd head for getting
winter home here since his retirement
r g 1..1"f'r the Martin County grand Jury on into Full lengthwooden
from teaching and coaching: a of first murder corners. Hie .. .ilnf ..
churge degree sy s ,w* to ph. Top quality plastic
In Mencsha. They have taken I handle.1 in sweep
Women Association Mill Mops kM heeds elf' .f wsiUrl
McDuffie Is charged with IfalightwelejM
quite active interest here in
the shuffleboard club and have :' the fatal shooting of E/ell Wade, assorted colors. a..l.ery, .Nerdy er will I lust f for years of

won a number of trophies at both Iwenty-iwo. also of Booker Park, end dr.>It|. twill? net scratch ctni; 'service "
Plans Fashion Show local and state tournaments. I early Saturday on Fifth Street. Compare at $1.49 h,,,".'". Chromed. hertw.r. ,
, I Wade died Instantly when hilts with uertW eJer fwM .
Several from the Dark are planning "lena> k Compare at $1.-19
McDulfie shot him through the
Thirty-two members attended Fort Pierce will present the fash.* to attend the dedication and! I heart with a .22 caliber pistol h die*.

the first fall meeting of the Jensen !ion show. many friends from the park and I According: lo Deputy Sheriff .
Beach Women' Association As these have in this area Join in congratulations I Tom Wyatt special
parties Investijator.
to Mr. Calder 01h I. achieve-
held at their clubhouse Monday, in the it i i. imperative the woman told' Deputies Frank
popular past
very ments. I
Sept. 7, with the president, Mrs. that reservation for the Prevail and! Floyd McAllister, who vm

Marie Miller I presidingAnnouncement was made of an affair are made early. Mrs. Jeanette Gillespie, who investigated struck the her shooting I h a IW.de Etp Fill
during an
outstanding event scheduled for Hostesses for the Monday meet has made her home here with argument
some lime Friday night.
ing were Mrs. Dorothy Kalb her husband has been for
early fall On Oct. 13 the Wom away She' apparently shot him when
en' Association will sponsor a Mn. Blanche: Herrman and Men the summer. She has not been well she met him on the street aboutI
luncheon, fashion! show and card Zillah Rbo d.. At the next meet for some time and at present is in ''I I said.
am. Saturday. Wyatt She
21, the hostesses will be Shenk Rest Wellman
party at the Port St. Lucie Coun- ing. Sept. Home, Iowa. claimed:! self defense..
Club. Mn. Miller will be chair Mrs. Helen Richardson and Mrs She hopes friend" will send cards.
try The case will go to the Martin
man of the affair. She will name Alice Price. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Work have County grand jury at 7:30: p.m., t xv;, HIGH 3 VACUUM

varied a committee details.to The assist Sean her with store the of The official board of the Jensen returned from their summer vacation : Thursday, Wyatt reported. IMPACT =
i Beach Community Church and northern home, Akron
---- ---- Ohio.R. Since the census was taken four BOTTLE
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will I 15 7:30
meet Tuesday, Sept. at : PLASTIC
the has
year ago population
SEWING PROJECTThe p.m. Chairman Ransom! Tilton reminds -
SUNLAND T. Morrow and
ton came
: by II.3M.4IN to I9I,<
sewing for Stinland. project : member of the congreja-: in this week from Cleveland Ohio; 371,339, in; the U. S.
sponsored by the Jensen Beach at lion these that they are.always welcome U E Osborne from Detroit Mich.; I N. tart H. C.mt...lWe
Women's Association will swing meetings.The Fred Miller, Brockton: Mass.. and *!*.. cl.*.* ...**
into action and begin another busy I Men's Brotherhood of the Kenneth Bartlett also from Brock-: of them are in good shape although |M MW leek T*.ra**- Witb the
season with the first meeting date' Jensen Beach Church ton came down to see if their quite a few awnings and patios 1./.d f *! re.
set for Thursday, Sept. 10 at the meet Friday, Community Sept. IS beginningwith have places: were damaged by CJeo. They were "gone with Ihe wind" a* well =.*. D*.a>:l .: eesvtrv > Uabreakable Case
clubhouse starting at 10 a.m. returned and will be back a. some pretty shrubs and tree*. .. .
II supper at 6:30: p.m., and fol.lowed before with their .tl... sad ae* *Us*
Anyone interested in helping a by the regular busines meet- long families. Now everything I I. looking>>> up and H.lM* h.prsv. th.re.lleeNn.aef .
worthy cause is invited to at Phillip Dionne hi returned we hope that one will be .1 ./ stein. *...

tend. ing.Mrs.. Mack Costello is i chair from :the North after being away Mr and Mr. harks Sermle My e-4 e.m*lel.V. OeiwMen's C- at $2.45
CARD PARTY SEPT. 14 man of the supper. She requests several months.. Mrs. Dianne' k have returned from a two month's ...... slaa. drinldag& wgre
I that everyone, make early reservations. continuing her visit in New York. vacation. },
Ticket are now available for .
the games party to be given by There have been calls from anxious Mr. and" Mr. H. O. Benoit ha-
the Ladies Church Circle of the Mr. and" Mrs. C. E. Heasley of folk who were away for the returned to their home hi Key
Jensen Beach Community Church Rio returned summer to find out how their West.. after a short visit with her QAN LON Brandt
Thursday from a Men's Famous
place after Cleo'i Most
Monday Sept 14, at the community I six-week visit in Erie and Mead- are fury. sister Mrs. Luther Weeks
center. Dessert will be served title Pa. In Erie they visited their
at I p.m. and a social: afternoonwill ton, Roger, and family, and in STRETCH SOCKS CANVAS
follow Meadville they were guest of Mr.
Mrs. Mack Costello i it chairmanof and Mrs James Barrow, winter PORT SALERNO NEWS /T' fine qualities CASUALS
the party which will benefit the residents in this area for many
Community Church. She may be rear*. They aho attended a picte MRS. MARY BROWN, C m. ..de.| AT 7.2" of genuine a
contacted! at AT 7-1038 for reser and reunion of ___. :
twenty-sin I3an.Lon in assorted *
vations. Floridiana.
formerly from the
There will be table. prize and numerous Meadville area, at the home of PTA TO MEET SEPT.: II Our "new* box" in the grocery: patterns

door prize. Mr. and Mrs. James Gotney. The first meeting of the Port I in Port Salerno was a little hun and color.
Salerno gry" this past week. We da hope
Elementary Parent Teacher
that all of our summer vacationer Fits all sizes. .
Where this emblem Is displayed Association will be kid Thursday I who are returning home will
:you art
Sept. 10 at 7:JO '.IlL. in the take advantage of our Amt and
assured of finest
insurance service school; cafeteria. 'I fill It with new from out area

in the land Mrs. Dorothy Mil* will be installed : fee f next week.V1M70R4 .

M PTA president for 1964- I ROM COLORADOMrs. .._. nee. MI ...11., newels 1F
65 and the teachers of all grade tt. Neetr nba.e.e.ns ....* *
: Rudy Roote, Wmfleld Compare ..._. k/wrn. wanes teetered _
will be
Introduced.: Refreshment I Avenue ha. had! a* her home wee ....... as tares ... ....
will be served'' and all parent are guests, her daughter and children atS9c ..........e-,..........
i uvited to attend. Mr*. (lurk.' West, Tummy Suite
and Jerry from Denver, Colo.
Hurricane aces shortened their

Myrtle Phelps, Lime Tree visit but a now lo the Chamber Ck Idre's Black and WWIe SADDLE OXFORDS
Drive, Hifcncua Park has returned .f Comfflerce- The Writ enjoyed .
to her ham after M extended thew vis* so much they would

vacation in New York, here.love !having a "summer borne .ntr..1fy", ," IH

Mrt. VicU: Protk and daughter -- Lack i. ac.1. IRlrsl

W. B. TILTON .hare returned to their home MAUL !MW' DALGirirn: ,."''e..ltl., sent lpr..lwpNrs
after a vacation at Miami
While there several short trip Our congratulation ao to Ibid, ... .... kit'

were made la the !tUana and the dy" and Pet GriHard. foresee Port I.. ..1M.
We4 COM of Florida. Salcrao resident, sow Bviaf' in
INSURANCE AGENCY Satswro oa the birth of M eight'pound
Mr. sal Mrs. Edwin Brow and ., three-ounce baby girl Sept'J. '
Donald and Peggy nave returned JrIlS't.
Since 1921 I after a *sut wit* their ton end The flew daughter. .has bwiiowned '#S .. 3
JZNSZNIZACH At 7-UU brother Pbidip. svho i Ie a studentM Tamer f.yin. The CMBarde COMPAU cat
I Florid* SUM Unmnity, Tao ad4re i Ie General Dcfiverf.. sl"A
SeiMamn. Fla.


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fIITtt bwf 1f !BIIU'!!!' n J III III. [ Seven out of ten American 111&.1>- I 1 h tot L.' Sale I"AJ -
Real Estate
FOR RENT 35ONE I11BLPWANTED TRAILERS sacncmF0 ; r$ 'SmfeM Offered, Mfae. 171
)', !now live ill I cities or suburbs and ....J.A: .A, -
DIAL n n I I WAITRESS wanted for day or n JI>I J 1.1..1 by I 1980 the ratio will be eight' J .41 U ilL

bedroom, efficiency apartment night shift Only experiencedneed alee %S' 1954 Sllvef Clfepefalkrmftnmi out of tee
All electric kitchen. Across apply! in person. Poor Bob'i hou wailer. Very --- ,- r
ATlantic 7.1550t. from new high school. Use of Cocktail Lounge AlA Jensen good> eoM tJ d. Best offer.' Teta- a lsNrntataratR..rv '" ;,. sirs FISHING CAMP

wander and dryer. Waterfront Beach tf ((43)) phone AT 7-2237 tI ((68) FOR' LENT' 133 I
Ham Your FAST SELLING $70.OO a month. 2874306.
... $49,500. Term
.lJ? LOW COST WANT AD 9-19 (35)) CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply .* Offend Mtae. It MOVING ft STORAGE
in penon-A & W Root Beer ,
NEWLY t'J/: bedroom furnished Drive In, U. S. No. I, South .... U J 1_ 500 S. FLACLER STUART I 16 UNIT MOTELIdeal
NEWS WANT ADS ) children or Stuart. 9.17 ((43) POODLE Grooming: Take your Local) and long dktane mo*,
pets.' Also one bedroom trailer for / Packing, crating and shipping. I
dg to Ida..flia/tway between leg Location ...... .. .. .. $140,000' Term
RATE: Five cents: per average rent. Apply at office of StarliteTrailer MACHINE OPERATORwith Ft Pierce and Stuart, next to Shell I U. !S. Ne. 1 0
ttnd, minimum charge per inser- Park 287-251&I tf ((35)) Bazaar 287-5183 or 2871838. I

ton $1.00 words(for). up Words to twentyaverage in ALL FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom lathes any hand set-up screw experienceon machines 9-24 (71) WARFIIOUSE. 211.olf71tt STORAGEPa. Home, Lots, Acreage, Waterfront

CAPITAL LETTERS first garage apartment close in, reasonable (iris
except I Excel
turret lathes FURNITURE) refinishing and re
Garage Rooms in -
ford count as two word each. ; ; lent working conditions, 40 storing Wilt call for and deliver
home. 619 East Fifth Street, I Ask Us! You'll Re Glad You Did
White space above or below or Stuart tf ((35)) hour work week, paid vacationand Reasonable. Call 2871685.
"(thin ad will be charged: as thebbet holiday, complete insurance tl ((71'' III' I
of words (five) that could FOR Rent: One bedroom furnish. program other fringe For Sale MJscellaatous178
fte printed in the blank line, or ed apartment in Port Salerno. benefits RAY COO B'S Septic Tank Senr- .11.. J _.. .....AI
25 cents per line. Electricity fllrl\'hhed. Phone 2871564. ice. Cleaning and repairing AltO r /)0" elC

"Display Classified" rates on 1 '.I() (35)( ) For application. Phone 287-5002 drain fields repaired and re-laid. Pcr ( !J
*+ ncatjon. I or write Dial AT7-o6S1-AT1-9862. tfrjt) ni II.A.r oomtiaTVART. 801'l.80! WE'VE COT TIIE
STORES and offices downtownor GENERAL R. F. FTTTINOS TLORIDABovagKFwPawG n

.' These are cash rates for ads East Ocean Blvd Any size P. O. Box 1198 WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE APART'IIdT. 'IYiY.LLdCASA Y I 900 Colorado Art, (aims from 1st National Bank)'
Brought Of mailed to The Stuart Write A. P. Krueger 117O E. Stuart, Fla. BALANCING wits: But:Eaulp. ROOIH rATR.BUPPLEneiRD
Mews with payment. If you are a Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. 9.10 ((43)) ment by trained mechanic will pay Cot'RTIam.uOI'f..LIII AT .7-2500 AT 7-3280.- 74121DON"

Stuart News mail subscriber or are O5)) r,... .r -----5- 'for Itself in tire wear. We have the .TT LOUNGEwaataew RATES RIO O-KELLY or BOB WILLIAMS. .
tested la the Stuart telephone directory RETAIL ROUTE SALESMAN 'equipment and men. Your friendly '.1' {It'llI')
TWO and one-half bedroom .a.wi ee i..el5Nc MOTOR SALES .
Can place ad by telephone. one Married 20-40 of Dodge dealer. BOAT A be.M
your years age
you. Dial ATlantic 7.1550 and I bath living room and dining bondable. Must be high school :TORS or Dial AT 7.3315M0) T. FACET, Hgr.DM ...* TOT RA AT'T-oe44

any "I want to place a want-ad." room. Close in. Front and back graduate Apply in person, Trip- AT '-* tf (III) tr (ITS)
screened In furnish HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor
' porcheStov. ,
son Dairies 2739 Okeechobec ---------
ed large yard. $75 monthly 281. Road Mower and Disc. Will clear Iota, a
Fort 9-17
2857. tf (35)) .. out trees. Fence posit and) pilings L. 4IIS1IIiII Choice Waterfront
Give your mall address as for tale. Lawton Walt! 'Phone AT EDGEWATER REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 PropertyOwner
TWO bedroom C.BS. :
'well as your telephone num. Home. AU 71401. tf (71))
'ber in your want-ad. The Stuart electric cd. Furnished retary-Clcrfc petition open with

New has hundreds of No children and Na peta. Call local corporation. Must be. fait ,HOUSE Numbers Nameplates, APARTMENTSON Will Sacrifice
out-of-state subscriber who 2875733. 653 Bryant Avenue and accurate on shorthand and typo Formica engraved in one pieces Looking f for a
:are your best possible prospects Stuart. tf. (135)) :InS and' capable of handling diversified unit. non-corroding no I

for real,estate sales and FIVE details. Five-day work week.Benefit :r Price; $1. Paramount New Home : 200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE
room completely THE ST. LUCIE
apartment *! Insurance Social Security Plastics
boat wanted
rentals, help furnished Second 214 E. Dixie, AIA Stuart
trailers and floor 700 Retirement Plan and paid va Look at :
gardening, serv 287-2400 tf ((71))
ices. South Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or cation. Reply to Boo No. A, TheStuart One and two-room efficiencies.Spttcloue .

i 2871297. + tf (35)) News. 9.10 ((43)) ,STORAGE Household goods automobiles With Seawall
.... u shaded grounds Legion Heights
I RIVERFRONT; home with pool W boats, anything Sections

f REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS* \ for rent. Furnished or unfur LOST ft FOUND 53 low as 300. Large new Shuffleboard.Parking. Lot TV Boat and Dock.Lounge IN'' JENSEN BEACH Property has depth of 484 ft.
clean buidin Golden Gate Stor
nished. Call 281-0948. tf ((35)) '
(Numbers over 100 refer to dls-: ,. 1 l n age. AIA tree miles South of Week Month Year SAM'RHODES Within City Limits of Stuart
'(flay\ classified ado, which appear TWO Bedroom, CBS house* fur. BLONDE Cocker Spaniel, lost Friday 'Stuart 2871202. tf ((71)]) II
after the end of the smaller ads, in nished. On 76.A. $75. per month. after the hurricane Female. 624 ST. LUCIE CRESCENT
tfumerlcat order. D" Aura to look I Call 287-1328. 9.10 ((35)) S23 reward offered. O. L Meyers, WISCONSIN, kngga Stratum, STUART, FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION, INC
Kt. 2, Stuart. 2872468. 9.10 Clinton I E t and. Lauson AIR I
in both places) FURNISHED efficiencies walk ((53)) COOLED ENGINES in stock and Telephone! 287-9812 DIAL 287-4719 Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage

loR 35-135 ing distance to town $15. ...."tft.1b: .-,; .. F. E. WOOD
RENT per partt tad men who know how to Managertf PhD Baker, Sales Manager
tOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 week including utilities 525 Cam- SPECIAL NOTICES SS repair them. ULMER MOTORS (lilt U
WANTED) TO RENT 40-140 den Ave.. phone 2&7..0190.9.tO. IIII.JIIl! j t. "or"Dial AT 73355. Your FrIend. ,

HELP WANTED 43-143 (35)) $1 per day rental for Electric hr fledge Dealer. tf (71))

I Carpet Shamnooet with purchase Your Broker or Phone Owner
IN Stuart across Irom school
Employment Wanted 48-148 One of Blue Lustre. Hartman. TERRAZZO TOe and Marble I EXPECTING COMPANY
bedroom bath kitchen
iuataeae Opportunities 50-150 living and dinette. Newff ; Leighton Furniture. 620 S Dixie W. H. Wagner Co. AT 74880or WONDER WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN

lOST A FOUND 53-153 and tile floors Furnished painted 287- Highway, ._ 9-10,. _((55)) AT 7-1696. tf (71)) I Can na and atop worrying!! Reasonable rates and .. atmosphere AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232
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SCHOOLS 54-154 5055. tf ((35)) that win surpass all but your owe .
TWO bedroom unfurnished
Apt., the day half day or the hour
IJSED CARS 58-158 : Onceota & Corttz In Stuart 3 I Naps! on cola Fenced play yard. Ii _---- J I Available for Your Sleeping Comfort!

NEW CARS 60-160 blocks from school. $79 per mo. Convenient location. Owned IIndoreratel MANGO, Louuat, Avocado Peach, Niagara Cyckt-MaMage Units an Our Beds. ,
4 BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 W. H. Wagner 287-4880 or 287- by Vera Schung. 2870771 Barbados Cherry, Lychee Car-

*AILERS& SERVICES 68-168 ,1696. tf ((35)) ( tf ((55)) ambola,' Banana Jabouticaha Ca- Southwind MotelUS. l FOR THE
afrnW Offered, Mb*. '71-171 NEAT, clean, H Inch avuvfrom = lOSE telley Guava Calamon in. Live
WEIGHT safely with new Oak, Water Oak Silk Oak. VISIT I N0.1STUART TELEPHONE 2874)773) FINEST LOTSFOR
SLANTS SERVICES 75-175 town. Furnished"efficien'
& "
Dex A-Dice Tabled.
Only 98c. EndeR Nursery, White City ..
Mralrw i M (III)
lT.r Sale, Mbcellaneoui '78-178 cies. The best of neighbor. $45. Stuart Drag Corp, 200 Su Lucia 9.24 ((75)) I THE
touted To Buy (Mbc.) 11-111ffOVING Dorothy Apartments, 211 Colorado ,Ave Stuart. 9-17 ((55))
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It STORAGE S4-184 Ave., 2874837. 9.10 ((35)LOVtLY ) PLANTS Sprinkler systems, i I _,1f"'tM'WR.IJIII! III'! ',a 's.Ka4., ini1 FINEST HOMESFOR
WANT the best price ror your car? landscaping! sod Fastest .
keel Estate For Sale 90-190 furnished ground, floor apartment, Call Jack Breull at 287-1214 nursery in Martin County. Pelican TRAILERS' AND SERVICES 168 TIIE
one bedroom. Near
Estate Wanted 96-1W schools and bank Adults Call I Merkle Motors Inc. tf (15)ALCOIIOLICANONYMOUS( Nursery. Loop Road (S-76A). I -A. ,nl;.,,_ FINEST SECTIONS

C 287-2693. tf ((35)) Palm City, AT 71911. tf ((13)Foe ) I

I ... .t:. iI in all of Martin; County
volt Jt.EN1 3S SMALL modern apartment $I' meets at 8:30: pnt every Wednesday ,SANDY'S
week. at the Church, Sale, MhcelbuMoua 7$
tIwLNB. Close In. Inquire at The Community SEE
Seven "CV Grocery/ Store.. North Jensen Beach. For information.. lL __
bedroom house off U S. U.S.1 at 20th Street. tf ((35)) Phone AT 7-3331. tf ((55)) NEW rug, 9x12. $15. Aim! rug, MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES

-.1. Call 2874637I'\ ((35)) .u. _...40 Sell I, $25.: Call 4<4-4967.
FOR Rent: Officer building across USED CAR A TRUCKS 58 C. B. ARBOGAST
9.10 (78))
I f OR: RENT! 2 bedroom furnished from Seymour's Inn Call 287. CHOCE!
on Indian River Sewalli 0151. If (35)) TWO Serve! gat refrigerators. A FEW LOTS
hoist Yearly $125 per month. 1962 Corsair Radio and heater Good working order $15 each.
Cai 287-2197. if ((35)) ONE bedroom houses Complete Automatic! tran5n1 'IIIII'II. Low TROPIGAS Inc. 140 Sluart:, Shopping AVAILABLE NOWFree WATTRFRONT PROPERTIES

ONE cottage for rent. Fumihhed. 2872137.furnished In Palm 9-10 ((35))f II.mileage Radio denit.and f,295.heater. 1962 Clean.\ Chevy$1095. ,- Center. 287-4010<\| tf ((78)) town aid landacaplng nutbiteMMce. Vow. nay Htttfty bill REALTOREXCLI.SIVE

Newly panted $65 per month.3be lJ&..... See after 5K: or all day h for eIHtr You have your ***. ....... ASMS off tease

after 5:00 or all day Saturday FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Saturday.. See at''office of fWhouse FOR SALE MfectBaneons_ 71 Ttoller Storage available. AGENT FOR

See at office of first house. In- indiantowrr Read, Bot 75.tf 11 _....4 .
djantown Road. Bog 75 Jf ((15), .!IIIIV I 40.. fS8) SPECIAL SALES Exclusive
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FOR sale or! rent: Two bedroom
FURNISHED apartments on rlvi.Jr. CBS Home In HibiHCua Park. 1957 DoSok Fkredome. Auto Prices tTflorlda SS Trailer. Large enough to Bva bi small enough: to travel. NORTH RIVER SHORES
and TV
3 efficiencies.
matic-three speed trtnsmksioryFactory 8' IT all
Call 287-3538. 10-8 (38)) i arombutm
dock privileges Driftwood NORTH RIVER FOREST
heal and BIT conditioned
Mold 443 North Indian River '-- < GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS 195$ Cadillac Hardtop SeLia1960 Ford, Tudor Six Cylinder
RIVER view cottage. A O. Dreyer Power steering and brakes, Radio, RIVER RIDGE
ftrive Jensen Beach. AT 72237. Oran" Avenue, Rkfc Last good tires. Good running condi ORGANS 1964 Chevrolet 3Plttu? Truck

j tf ((33))) on. l left 21f -)464. tf ((38)) tion.. Reasonable. Daytime onlY'' EASY TERMS GULL HARBOR
287.2622. tf C'8') Agency for Reveda Pick-up Coaches.
two bedroom furnished apartment FURNISHED two-bedroom two
MORITZ PIANd Sandy will Buy, Sell Trade or accept on cowJunment. your Finest Lots Everywhere
for rent In North River bath waterfront home IA Stuart '5* BEUAIR off-whit Hardtop CO.
:Shores S 125 monthly year around. Can be used as three bedroom if V-8 Sport sedan. Full power 112 No. 5th Street .. beset, can, trucks Pfeone 287-5788. including lobe Sound

Call 2873547. tf (35)) desired Season or yearly. Box and rVho. Very Clean. Reasonable' Ft Pierce Fla. Pb 461-4747 ONE MILE NORTH OF SO/ART ON U. S. 1

1365, Stuart. ,. tf (31)) Call 287-4117. 9-10(58)( U (78)) 101. uss
FURNISHED two bedroom apart- 281.(>>40
FOUR bedroom. 3-bth house. In L
menu Very clean. Reasonable. TRUSSES, elastic stocking, .
Adults. 287-0768. If no answer Stuart City IJtruta. Especially!. BOATS' SERVICES R3 feto. Stuart 252 EAST OSCEOLA a
call 287-4804. tfJ35)) nice. Furnished or \un urn shedi Drk7iCorpsnks tf (78) II
Reference, No pert Yearly or REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1M t-l. (
.1! 1II6. IL
ON the Water: New duplex Stu- seasonal' tease. BON) 1365, Stuart TWENTY-foot Commodore, In I ,. .. ,.. ,_._.,- ,..
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dio! Efficiencies. Furnished, Cathedral tf ((38)) board.! Four-wheel tnulor. TWCA- Waited 1. stay (Mkt.) II __
ceill &.. Colored Ole bath ty-twvfoot Owens Inboard. Both
tb and shower Kitchens by Frig- FOR SALB OR RENT: Three bed. for $(*K). Sixteen-foot Chris Craft
Ulaire. Bahama beds. Large tree- room ont and a half bath home. with heavy duty trailer $65. SM LADIES' Bicycle W. A. Smith.
I C. O. RAINEYRealtor
stiaded porches. Plus 110' Fishing Central heat and air condition In.. at office of first house. Indmntown Star Route Jeiutrt Beach.

Pier 1 lighted. Adults Sea Gate Vil 287-4593. tf ((38)) Road Box 75. See after '.00 P. 9-10 (81)

i Ira Lighthouse Point P. O. Box 11 ...... M. ,or all I day Saturday. _..!tf. ((63)) WANT KM best prte, for your

y 1531, Stuart. Phone 287-1657, WANTED TO RENT 40 I car? Call Jack Betel at 287- | EXTRA VALUE BUYSf. I [ COCOANUT PARK r I OCE
9.10 ((35)-) I J _J.. Marine SALE Suppuea: Complet, Marine(llaa I Paints of, 1214. Mettle Motors, Inc. tf ((81)) NFRONTAGB.I

WANTED.f9 Rent: Unfurnishedtwo Marine Hardware-everything for DUPLEX Pita Lake Part Much
or three bedroom, two your boat Wbitlcat: Boat Work. Real Estate Fee Sate 90 below COR! at $12300.00. SPECIAL OUR LISTINGS:"
huh, central heat. Riverside' Pert SewaOL tf ((63) PROVIDE A WIDE SELECTIONOF
2. HOCK HEIGHTS: ] aWroom, Bulb,
Drive Port Scwalt Jemen Beach Beautiful Lot 200' x 300'Facing
or ,
WUTTADSmm Priced .
FOUR Acres with CBS house IXnt-Dtnlng ROOM t nil art
area Writ Box K. cStuart OCtUf TO RIVER
:2 BIt, I in ......' carporte enclosed "I 4I09.00 .r ,.B oat at $I5." ptrSMMlb. Yacht Basin FRONTAGE
New. 9-10 ((40) 24' lapsinke, hardtop huU. Will Owner trankfer STARTING A r THE $T. LUCIE INLET
$|JOOQ.( .
,<, t mn n !If( take yon inboard can install or outboard motor\ In power your red Clyde Gayle< Lock' Road AT. X HIBISCUS PARK Set.. borne and 2 Extra Larjje Bedrooms TO AND BEYOND THE MARTIN
HTLF TrATfTEn' 43HiSCHOOl ,7-1308 after 3MAM! 490)) COUNTY LINE
! I I'spare time, you thouU see this/ buy art $*SOO. t.
'If< '_..4. L W I .LL boat. Ideal for inside or offshore' FOR Sato by Owner: 4 100 ft watarfront 4. WATER FRONT HOME- a* Knegcr New Ceramic Tile Bath AT PRICES
pit t to wort 2M I'fiskmg, Call Wise palm Btaib. TE Iota Utah aDd dry. Parkway Practd low $27,000.00. RANGING FRmi 5lOG." to 5400."

hose* a4rvsehaol tn kiKhesi, ', 2.5204 or. 6U-IUJ., tf. ((63)) ,Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT 7. Large Lhfcm. ma.... and Utttry ROMMHkh PW OCCAM FRONT FOOT.
Powell' Diner Telephone 287- I -- -- 2595. tf ((90)) Furred Air Fume
9708. 9-lO (' ) AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer | COMMERCIAL I [
Complete Sate', Service Part FOUR bedroam waterfront home. 4M *<. Ft FlwU Rein wits Caaws. TO | LOT SPECIAL J I IL
SERVICE Sales and) China w..' Good selection of dependable. Dart Will trade tot vacant land Write 1. tlMUNC:" CAMP Rental U.0RntMraui ... I I Flint Al EMctrfc: Kkctjrsi
Mrrie4 a ed 2439. 3)1 I Moton Expert Factory-Trained Box 23. Sluart FU. tf (90) en Salk lark St. Lucia Kratftr Cuatre
priced Meow MviM 7ril(3' :
at 511.501. $1350.
school education SJartieg Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT A '
River .*.. S. R. 16. Prkctd .. atal -
$102.50 with fringe)belief In. MOTOR SALES. loo. 440 Rt 707 $19.900.00. 2. ..... Halo 2_ ta.a Bargalsu
Wen palm Beach, TB 2-3265 ka Rio. AT 7-0944. tf (C)) Low Down Payment
I 9-24 ((43)) .. PINESStind %. AJftL Good Buy at $45MtXM. X SL Lath. Estataa 22 Ua Special. .

pial: A'llantic 7-1550: OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED Tall
WOMEN Start now for big ,
We bav put for afl
and ask for the Christmas ears age as an Avon popular nakea. Csai last your coO Ia Florid SOS COLORADO AVtNVESTUART. PURL DORLON BOB sri I'OS5' DIAL ATtMilc 72U2ilA

II RepresentattvetWnt. l Avon Manager and condmsrr. Utmer Motors,Dial n .

Ad 'Tpketf P. O. Box 2427, Vero Beach AT 7-3355. Your PTstadrf Dad,. ,. 'Futar! FLORIDA AsaottsM ltmgipg 11113..
v, JVwrf FU, MO (43)) Dealer, tf <<0)) is .nfi

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( ? j Tilt STl',iRT (Tlorlda) NEW47llsindsy

r.n Kiwanis Girl ScoutsTo I' September 10. 1964 5 A ,

, .'*.... Meat At St Mary's Albert Parsons ;:z

J, t Curl Scout Cay* Trwrt No. live them move etrretou. Ih the.. Hurt in Wreck :

.r 1 '* under: the l aJiaiJMp I of Mr, petrel ,y.......

;, \\f.... Herbert Romnarto p and Kin. Edwi Plans arc tar t t hO
.': ,. On South U.S. 1 lA
r RollMM, wtfI bttjn! meeting W1MH-| wfl the vffWpn JL*
It the St Mary's I ( hlMeh tI night campta* at aMp

I I.d> Oc *n _. 1 dptNol. to the DMtla '. __tot iDotonftt watt reported
rid i i Street on' 1 nation camp to .Ip-M' fwr uumffikttt it Martin -

an Fat InfMmatlMi M..I. HoI 6tal Sa tun1at

Tnl* <1r. i the any troop cad Mr*. Rwftir Mncrring BTrW. rtaVMllp "ncvn" admitted as tflcrWmt

snip Kr ftf Stu. I 287.tillMVRIIN. w a ctHiWof1 earlier, tKn

an An li.fttyl 1ft t h through" thiytft'

ninth are Itc1lfJ I to Min MFStoRlAtnospirL! man. Albert tonon, 7tlnwMitrt t

I J Last yaar ttwp\ ftnW"in) StflwM. wM cfWfcij6H %it

1 t ed togcthar to .nHwC the social carafe" driving by Pafronwtn Hairy i
1 ilcpertdabiwry pin and Births Mr. anti Mrl Donali Barne* aw Joaefh Laflfe Arum

several! badge lee a daughter Sept I I.: Mr and he dtwe tfotfcm wagon tri fit

Mrs Richard. Scott. I daughter. rear of tractor-traikr parked near
M yMAYOR They' went troop camping! at Sept 2: Mr a n d Mr*. Albert the Kayo service station on Smith
tr h.
Camp wtlala. Jupiter, They | (oopcr. a daughter, Sept 2.; Mr. Federal Highway about 12:25:
for Junto.
acted a* patrol leader
and Mrs, Ivan Comclli, a daughter am
Troop No <4 on two camping; Sxpt 3: Mr and Mr*. John
trip and also for Junior 1 roop;! 4 Ml According to the police report.
Mawhmncy a son, Sept ; Parsons sakl' he did not \see the\ .7
No 131 on its first camping overnight
and Mr*. Homer c itman, twin
d trailer In time to stop The Ital(11r\
1 '"Tnd'4 at Sandsprit Park daughter Srpt 7. .
wagon was estimated a* a complete T
The troop welcomed the fly Sept. Admitted"I Robert Anderson \
loss damage to the tractor-
54 2M. and
No ,
from Troop
iAr ups Marian Natalie
In MenlalPark luckcr., trailer owned hy Byrd Motor
78 and the
ceremony leis, Janice John, Virginia Wil Company Lexington N. C. was
RAY COOKE of the City of Smart signing Constitution last June. All the girls! are liars Joseph: Sorrcll France He*, net at iVX.

Week proclamation looking forward to having these lit Irma Hernandez, Mr*. Donald e
tn Labor weekend
this "lth Day saccklrnt
new girl Join them year
lee and Atline Cooper" discharged. ...
Walter Franklin of Palm
the hope that a larger troop willI
Dmklns John James,
Proclaims 11 Marjorie Beach was Patrolmen
Mayor charged:
Sept. by
? I lieorge Park, Rev. NtwtoiTweedy n Frank Ziemha and Harry Barnes

_, and Arnold JsrrcttSpt after he had run a red light white .s
Constitution Week Start 2-Admtted! Hietihl traveling north on Stat ROAd 76

Warranty Deeds Mr. Richard Scott Nclll< and hit a car driven by Mrs. France
Bart and Charles f-onde dii. ....
; R. Reddish traveling west on
PROCLAMATION of Stuart do hereby proclaim the charged Wessio Bell, tltnon U. S. 1 t. shortly after 7pm. Friday
WHEREAS Sept. 17, 1964 w week of Sept. 17-23. 1964 as I Filed in Week Trawler' Ellen Roger, Kennel I Damage to the Reddish cat
notable as marking the 177th. an
Bartlett Charles Foster "
wa estimated at $300. and to the
niversary Constitution ot the bf the adoption United of State the the City of Stuart and urge all I itiI't.i4-i.J( : Roger and Natalie Oe... Franklin vehicle at $''. No Injuries )

our citizen 'to pay special attention Sept Admiited.. Castle Starling were reported. i
of Convention America by andWHEREAS the Constitutional. during that week to our Fed.eril .. Fugenlo tetaz to Berth MeIlvrid Metvlne Key, Celia Carort, 1

; Constitution fend (he ativan Lot li I Moct: 19, Frazier I lr. .llaber Florence Becker, lames CIRCUIT COURT

t6 accord official Cages of American citizenship Addition $100 Simmon, Ueorge Mackey kid ((luanrery)

recognition to this memorable an In Witness Thereof I have here- Vista Salerno Properties, Inc, to Mr. Ivano Cornell!; discharged' Alice O Hkh vs James W.

niversary and to the patriotic exercise unto set my hand and caused the Richard F, Bolster. Lot 34, block: Mr. Albert Cooper and baby girl, Iliikey. Petition: for enforcementof
which will form a note- seal I of the City of Stuart to be StA Lc. and
N. Visia Sulirrto. $ ( ) Mr. Donald baby giVI. Hum Sthwari j
worthy feature of the occasion, affixed at 10:30: ..m. this day of:
Marian Tucker Sorrcll IIrr":
M A Beakley to John henry Joseph SI. Freed, executrix
I ; a*
and and I
seems fitting ; Sept. 5 in the of Lord and
WHEREAS in accordance with I 14/ and, the year independence our of MISS STUART JAYCEE OF 1963-64, Unda Feldman right crowns her successor, Judy Weislo, ''Davis, l tots S and! A, block 23, Charles Fondle, ixtola Holme. of the last will and.! testament of

Public law No. 915, the Presidentof the United Statet of America the at Martin County Senior High on Labor Day evening Sherrie John n. left third, and CVtla Cazort New Klonrovla. $401)( lranv.e= Hewitt the estate of Polli A. Peel dc-

the United State has Issued a 188th. second in the junior division, watch the proceedings. Palmmarttn Builders Inc to Sept Admitted. Henry Zimmerman c.d.! also known a* Polly A. .

proclamation designating Sept. 17 RAY COOKE, Mack M Jordan and Milo E Ira Black Mr*. John feel. the surviving spouse' of Ralph J
through 23 as Constitution week; Mayor of the City of --- ---- Kardmg each an undivided one Mawhinney Anna HrwlcrtckJohn EL Peel,! .! v*. II. L ArIhsir > ,

NOW, THEREFORE, I. Ray Stuart Florida ed by youth choir: rehcarial tit t 7:30: ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL sunned st 7 p.m. on Sept 10 and half lmere' t Property in lots 2i C''oo{ix.r, and Florence Iff*; and Irene Arthur, his wife, 1//

Cooke by virtue of the authority : (Seal) p.m. ( '10- will continue each Thursday ev<. and 23. block it, section 3. St, discharged'' I eroy Corky, Ali suit to foreclose mortgage on real d
veiled In me as mayor of the CityIndiaa..Rit Attest: Calhe McCrary. City Clerk I' Thursday, Ser : 730: p.m., thereafter Lucie I state* Subdivision $:.(X>0Cheney lypp, libel Shelton Virginia ropertyi' Raymond Ek lord ..
A choir will' be fling
new youth organized Sunday school teachers' meeting S. Fredrickstn to RiBarti.t Cooper, Melvin Key Mn. Richard ;' Gerald Brown vt MlrUm E. 'a.
in First i Saturday Sept. 12: 10 '.nI., The choir practices each Weil!: ,
this, Sunday the Church Property In see!: Scott and baby girl NellliUurth Brawn, divorce; Elton Schwart
The program will also include a Methodist Church Under the direcrion acolytes practice. nesday night at 7. New voices are lion 2:. township 37! S_ 41 and Mary Johns Alice A. Freeman vs. Alton' '
erTraining promotional skit under the direction of Joint W deter, 1 Sunday Sept. ,13: 730: ..m., always needed. See Mrs. OeorgTaibi '. E. $5.200 !*pl. AJmilted.. Albert Parsons Freeman, divorce; llfon" Schawrt ', '
Eucharist 9 Holy Euchanst choir: director or Mr. Raland In Petition of Theodore t*.
of Mr. Mabel Perkins, and cads Holy ; .m. Lorraine )Miahs 1elllsliWlnebrenner R*:
will rehearse Orlen to She*
Choir Sunday Digenle'
/ Henry
Union special music. and Sunday school registration Woodruff organist t' alvin I I Dcliincey. Hack, naiwral giMrdlan antl nett
old church tithe I ind 2
The featured will be the evening at the I ; 1 II 1 a.m., morning prayer Alcoholic Anonymou meet f every nard: l'toper.tit |tt Mary Anlonclh. Richard Daveiv. friend of Grant W Black, a mln-
speaker the M. block SHOO
prior to or after regular 32, Port Salerno
Monday Sept. 14: 7:30: Wednesday night at 8:30: I In removal of disabilities of .
Rev. Lewis Stancit. of the p.m. "port, Jan Wilson and Linda I on age
V. All
pastor F.
Meets at RioThe meeting young peopl, the school Henry Clrlen to Marie Siplie. .
; meeting rivets
Tropical Farms Baptist Church between the of twelve aad I vestry meeting Sunday Brown; discharged, Tommy Blankenship of minor; Crary. Crary and Crary.
age lot 2V and 30. block 42. Dub
Smith attend the llrodcruk I '
Father will Anna Irma
Tr.illinanion} Rev. Stancil has served as pastor- eighteen are invited to sing. Re5Istration : Addition 4. $100)
Department Park No
nrtKdi dp The United has
UNn't.n i CIIKISI I. enough I
adviser for the organization the U S. Army Chaplain Conference Hcrnundex, Joann Ibll and Albert
of the Indian River Baptist Association : will be at 7:30: p.m thl.1 t l iirhihiHise Point Inv to John : I automobiles "
in rl St.pl 8 10, therefore (ongrrgatbHial Pain tltj) ; : Purson to carry very person 1
will meet Monday Sept. past yearThe Sunday Sept 13. I there will no services Thursday I E. Frill Jr Lot Mn( lighthouse Admitted. Claudine In the country without using the e
school .
14 at the Rio Baptist Church. nurseries will oe open ft t Monday, Sept 14: Menapraye The church Bible meetsel Point U.flOtl.tUrry ). Vpt rear seMi
this week On Sun.
was also announced. the church at 7 morning v:4). under the direction o f WI kbre. and Minnie I.I** dreg '
The meeting, beginning at 7;JO group meets at day V-pt 13, winter!: schedule will Judsnn Mineur, superlnteiulcni!: C. OrCharJ lo Lyle D cry, discharged, Agnes Lawrence' I.'I"L "'iiiutrsvi'ew: .Vans'N'N .

p.m.. wilt be the annual business JniovAirs WI'hESSFS' am I be resumed and Sunday school: There are classes' for all ages and< Miller Property In lot 2, Lorran Means, Mr*, t Ivano Conh.Hl : .is.;.. (11PNIP1.** Ml *" isr
meeting, and according to Mrs. Tuesday Sept. 15: Woman s Society will classes at 9 .m.MISSIONARY LMal Subdivision. (100krcmscr -
Kingdom Hall, Britt Road begin a I. nursery department : and baby girl lay Coff Ii pit ll "" ill Mr
Lee Gaban director, will featurethe of Christian Service meet Land Corporation nun Robert Anderson, Matlii F. '"Tn iiiMri, T4rn 11.
7:30 Theocratic at the church 10:30: a.m. Executive : At the 'rnornlnf worship service ,1111"" .
annual and the election
Thursday : UNION
reports p.m. Vincent M Uoody Lot I block Mann Larry Anderson, Richard exstr1ii ,"UIIC I It I
ocluik the Rev William C t
of officers the i R 30 ,, service meeting at 9:30 a m. I at II Park .
for coming year Ministry School; : p m INSIIlLlt IS SIT 'I Wilson of Fort Myer will be the 23, section 3. Hibiscus Subdivision Davenport, and Fkxence Ipps. a PltluilrfF19sln I <
"The Book of the
. meriting Greatest, theme Teacher II i 'Benerl<:illl." SALERNO SOUTHERN The Woman'i: Missionary! Un. guest/ pr"i<;her and. the manner SI.HIKI). Sept, 7-sAJmittcd, Warren\ ttnwKr"" d
.. discourseby METHODIST .: I Ion ofxttit Indian River Hurti*t are urged to He present to hear H nry I I. Cole lo Chart t "Phmnry Sr. Warren Prtmney Jr. i Inst.. ohs Tt'"r'\'h" \ "' moil -
Sunday 4pm public Association will sponsor a Mission him. Carlton Section 12 and 13, township Oladyi Phyllis Andrew. mr h."". 1..a.d, nat rte Is." .NarM/ ji

R.Good M Jones News for Title All"Everlast People." Tuesday: 7:15: p.m., the men', Study Institute on Thursday The Friday morning prayer 3M S., rang 38 C. 1218,100( Robert 1'1I1"1', khlonnr, Archl j"; '::::. r.l :"': : .. ; 1,Iowa, V.ann" a,, y

FREEYour Ingly with aid evangtliktio' team will meet !Sept! 17 st the Fairlawn Baptist service for both men' and women Henry.A. Chiljen to Atesandci; Johniun" al| d l illr a tu.teal I: Mavd .ll.*... ,h,* j
5:15: p.m.. Bible Theme study The Wednesday: 1 pm., choir practice I Church In Fort Pierce. Mrs. L. F will be held at 10 o'clock at the Johnson' ,lot 10, block; 170 Port Mr, I lloiner! ('of(man; dtscharged sow,\ . of Watchtower : i ; 7:30 p,m.. 'the mid-week pray. Emerson president has announced : Salerno. $2,500, Mr.*. John Mawhinney and hi i ,," i"Inim* Monk, t /
home of Mrs. Mark Baker will
Identifying Mark of Love"Tuesday. and Bible will be held Sane 1vl4, I>N all rlakl' 'iliin and
er study
that the l institute. beginning .t by boy Ootirg Mackey CurliiBass .
7 30 Bible study Rev J. William Marion In charge i',. th* MIA. r b> I flow a
Want Ad in : p;m. I : The board of stewards will meet I 10 i.m., will be directed by Mrs. Nora Walker and TdliMiaWlncbrenner 8r "f.\:1 I, : tor Iko rnllnwinf; .e';
THE STUART Theme: "Zion Clashes With Ba immediately following the prayer J. E. Dickson: and will feature I Church board meeting Wednesday a box al tai church dour. .Pte. MA (rrlhrii.'..fllI". .pr InsrbSa |lo(H-it wit.4 IN Mo, Un iii
9 7:30
service Sept : p.m. them vlin when
the fall bring you
teaching plans for foreign you
NEWS is printed in Assemble at in Kingdom fieministry Hall Saturday for Rev Charles O Bennett !be mission series of book. attend Mane iFA (t.RAl1FR A.ANtii'Faa a5 .ca,',Si* 'fI'1'1 i iif
participation pastor, cklcnd art invitation to FIRST PRIHBYTFRUNNorth Religious 'ItMtnxtirms for elementary (INK OUNCE IIRAVItRL ,I

THE MARTINCOUNTY and Sunday 913: I.m.FJ1l4f1' hear the gospel at the 9:30: a.m. RfDFF-MrR lull RAy: River .Short school student will 'beheld W Con of Palm City taw .II.*..!<>. 'la annoy at.l ". 'h.t..*

FREE worship service Sunday school Sunday: 9 a.m., church school on Saturday from 9:30: ) to Wrdn{"S"l lh. tin day ,,i (lint' .,
METHODISTStuart Sunday the )twelv'-J1I'ulki. mjvenounce, sea t
Worship services every ih t> r
services will begin at 10-45 Winston 10:30: with Sunday classes for all ages $10 a.m., morning 11:30: a.m. starting Sept\ 12; for trout, leader In the Stuart Sailfish }al M'j 'Mt AM. .':.IJ" N I->M. ,.l I" jl I. ill
PRESS, Sunday, Woodson i i. the auperinten- morning at worship service high school student, Monday ,il, M t K,. ) school and Bible clans preceding Club summer tournament misted ... at (... Hol.1) U.<. al.ruaa
without char Wednesday, Sept 9: Chancel dent There la a ;sonnd-e<|Uipr Kirk knlM Mtuik "r Ml rt
e. Choir practice Wednesday 1:30: by ah dunce when Perry of "it
choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. nursery provided during the services at : am A board meeting of the Fast. :i 1.11"r will Ml) ill NuSt nil*
The Liltheran kaJio Hour can pm Meeting of youth advisors' Jensen. ,, Beach ewcrtdpound a twelve ,n4; m i"F.a tt tea : ftp*4
10: Penis of the church. Fpwatth leaguewill Coast DiiKetan Counell of Cath-
Sept. :
want- Thursday .
to regular 'Tiff
This d ,
Wednesday, 730; p.m. at the elgbi-ounc tpntied beau worrlVI> Cr /s *"4 In It' il''
cUfr- meet at the home of Mr. meet at 6:30: pjn Sunday evening he heard every Sunday evening at cite Women will, ho held on hurt-- krMmlpiik' Am ll.n
ad* only, not to dtpUy I 7 35 WSTU Dr Oswald Hoffjnan'i church ty.lake" from the Indian Rim I i* tae k! >..I kl shills; Pierce Mize at 9:30: a.m. service begin* at 7:30Rer : on day, Sept. 17. 'In West Pubs Bench: any ,
cat M re-rtis) KrMg sail' Mullnn rt.r.mla
slfJedt Sunday Sept 13: Sunday fchool: Lynn Corfcett, tM president topic this week will bt Youth and adult retreats" Sept.Ii Any who would lib to attend may 111011 n4vr at I reduced rate) at I 10( i.m., with classes' for all of the Southern Methodist God* Word For a New Age" and 14 at the Lake' Placid Conference call Mr. Edward Klnsetla 2>7< ___ 11 Ilk ea :r jbrfrt'. mk.r, tam,. 1
itov ( r
ad ages. The worship lertiee. will be denomination will be the speakerIn Thi I It the Life" the Luther.H (enter?. 1ho*. attending 4163. JlApTw* nl" :' !l-l"r.t r. "
P h o1| e your to held M I:45 and U am, with the I our morning worship service Church TV program can tt will meet at the church Saturday A card party win N held at the RIO NEWS '''!.' :- ,4. I H. 14 ii.I T isntjiwtVH .

2874KO. and get in paston, Rev Allan R. Stuart de.liverina next week bn Sept 20 Rev Coo viewed each Sunday morning on Sept 12 at 10 '.m. community room .In the First Na ir-.rtt.h.lr:i : HntnlTun ,

the Sermon Channel 4 at 9 o'clock. atonal Bank / In !Stuart on wiasm M ar arms .
message topit belt i I. a native" South Carolina, building thr :aide t.
IIBASLttTCernapaaree Hnll.c. !1. .r> |
toforbneoffer C"ON."AnRNIrY: I IOIGAlllI"IJ 11 MR. C. .. : Ihl
on this ction. Methodist 17 at I 1.m.M t'nmml.atn..r/.
will be "Love in and mended Columbia Bible Col .Ijwlie* Guild begin its new sea- Ihursday, Sept ,* nr4 e* ftHtnly
Youth Fellowship meet at Featured m.Rr: Olin Booth ,,11' 'b' 'chalrnuin. M rl4* ..'......101. tturl4' will MIMf
H. i
S 8
lege. Columbia C currently ion this Wednesday at p,m SI ,, Ihhl'. ..."". al '10. b.ua 1
6 p.m.t the old church follow. much in Uemand throughout on the program( will be a Father Benin Roll OP.M Cap Pleas nnaf your ft** card. AT ,...n tf i rt &' M., >r .: n n IN-f fiM .
-- the Southeast at a speaker I Bible. II u d y. "Gospel Without national director: of tilt Aah-Cort.: Th 'ladle of St Joseph seta h-lil.mlMr Ills i.ls tl.'r sail. kt w In b*Hard.Wurlln xs. i

REAL who stand firm in (hi* age jrwT[ led by Pastor Schroeder. fraternity' of ChrlMian: Mother,, make their annual retreat at The fmirlliniiM M .iu.rt, rior, r

ESTATE. FOR SALE 190 tasy and '* for bI.r.Ioa: H01ItW1 'for the evening arc Mi" addressed the parMiionet of St. Canals< Hous In Uouna An the thi b Helen Shomer rep rio erase)3.r.. lea. e.a.id.r visa j Martin Ik*<"'wal.t.ssiy KUirlral .. t .'1

1._ 1 1J J which was once delivered. the se* Jeans Nicblmg. ROM! Dora, Joseph' Church at all tha Masses" weekend, vt No. tot CMholfc for Mr. who i't on run*.
and Cathotkt art 'Invited. ng Heady All. .."4 ,MM. are ,lVIU4j.
6. H. non- Any
saints. md Schroeder m Sunday, Sept organized
I == Nancy!:! vacation Hurry haci, M" Ileac> l.. tl k* .. .
:.' ,
I tM Friday evening I meeting the Confrilerniiir there and en- wishing to attend may call Mrs. y. t%< 7'f.:1tt. ::: : d../'u1..i>..t.mk.r.
Kimella 2174765 Mr. lI,..
TRt"m1t11J00l of all of trw new confirmation rolled many of tM l kitties a* mem- Fdwa/il or
parent txlAnn orlir 1'f".TY' .
THINK leant** leach class will be held at 1M ben. Breakfast wa lined In tNt Philip Sthratwleser: 2 741iPle CARD PARTY ('0'14"' ''''' ,. ":",, nrIf,1PISANs I
meeting room 'hy members of the *fe niitify' Father John toad "1YAA.'ta.OA
Sunday school 9-45: am.. morn church at 1:30.Pastor's Guild III and aged let that Seven table were In play at the A.
!Sc following the person
RALPH HARTMAN, JR. I ng worship I II I; evening worship, adult Bibta claw willcommence StTVicct.rofr Joseph. they may receive, in* spiritual car Aug. 25 card party llosus*** A...........' 111.1'-
first and third Sunday of the Tuesday. Sept. IS. and to which 'lItled.If Mrs Helen Shower sad ,ryr "' *,... rt.m
they art were PuS.i __,i. io, t....
When You Think month: who continue all winter, each cnmai OI> arnn1K.1NJ' you are a new pwMtioncr& Mr*. Ruben Oowler. Tb door
I Ruth Circle will meet on Moo- tuetdty evening at 7:30( the won by Mitt Edaallolhaucr until n or riaiiM1 NMsNIisi.1vWlliW .
'f kindly regtsttr at factory.HR.TT prIra wa |I'T MAY. (VN.'riiN:
ESTATE & INSURANCE day Sept. 14 at I 1:30 at the home The church i it open for mediatxio fart OrM Shed Kwart Tabl priwtr* Weiss TOM will Uk a antics UM, In *<.
REAL of Mrs. Andy WiI..ie. 151 Arch every day from 9 a..m. to RiFIL9r Ity Mrs. Helen Shomer Mr. Louis .Ndw.. ..!<:! tin. rrnttaAiM, ...1titnn

111 i. okXOLA Ave: STUART AT ,..wet Street Ho iese* will be Carolyn ) pm Sunday morning service at II, mwat Rauwald Mr Mamba Saaweld .- Lit n-I 5 5ssli. krln nnrl4 wilt.I.I'L' :
Wright and Marguriu 'W'.ttie Le on-ennon tubjccl. Sept Mrl. ..i.u'lfoulfWm.' Mr. tk* VMM : l Oumy I .;..mrnlJ,
"It ores ALL SAIVrV: EfMCOPAt U: "< lfMtallC4," Wednesday at t.,It the mW- .i/iMMr, ..r M.nl, I'.xinti Flies
___ __ I Choir practice t* be announce.) Betty Conrad Mn Ann Bustb 4"I"*, lit |t. aware .rem" ,il thirUII
trvkt will
seek he held
Sunday school: II I a.m. Nursery Prayer ,,
-- '
'"' later The regular Thursday 10 am. .In the church Deacon sad Mrs. rmmt! Wer e >t rg. TM ei .sa hlmaau l y/urra. "ass
Holy Communion tcniu and tilt provided. sanctuary moot recent card "party was on rh. lapA Mo, :twOs"....'r :" : ,
Testimonial meeting and leader of the ctiurcn will aho r
SHORE VILLAGEHUTCHINSON Friday 6 *-m. Holy Commumoo I Wednesday,.11I. be ekrcud at that Dm*. The youth Sept I. I.'ft.'C.ar"b':,;..as.. ..f't.':I' .
service will, he cancelled this. I thai' solii IbAuptitlonnh f
2.2tkr choirs win rehears tots
Aw end chancel .
Reading Room" beck (!*HHllr CAWIINI. *lllfl r. i *.
week u the rector win be out oftow Th Geoff Curran* ate :,;j',7",
mat Monday through Friday 9:30 at HIS: am'. txt kan4.ni ih- r"ad.
9 fur i spending five" week visiting ." .',Mla "'.'.e"' don.lbd. .
ISLAND XVI Sunday. Sept IJ: i.m/1230: ,.... Thursday morning at Ih men'sprayer heir daughter, Mr, and Mr. John ore. ,.50i5... sad aaim., / 0 I' r
Trimly ChnaUan Science radio program, meeting' win lie hU M N. tI. u, ...,,,/.. ('a.ner ti...1...
1:30 Communion 9 and 'family of 3yos et. .
: axnv Holy You" the church TM Men's Brother ad lb. an Iar W IM IMd
roe Bible Speaks M may tUk... their. rfniitjhsir-io-la/. able *It..tt4. /1. d.a.ib.4"
Com r
..... My .
morning prayer =I.'or
Ilia heard over WJTU. Stuart loud rovtrtd-dmh seappeh' Will b* : C urran Jr and their threeboys .., inVII'rdhar.
munion. (450 be. at 7:15 Monda,.. held in lie church IrAuwthlp ban. ..
LOTS $4500.00 Monday, Sept H: 1:30: pas, pm. Utotf. ChurtM end lily' Ii tTM bari .t "
Topic for Vpt '4A: Freehftrw : Thursday evening it 7 with M. II 4 IS >>MI ttf..l !>.
nary meeting.Tuesjay. host 'from Iroc."",. N. Y 1'1wy.t.o ; Inn t. .Il n4fMMS
Sept- 15: 1 t-nt. Holy ot Intelligencelr. I Defanoy as ..iMiwI tilt World Fair A hisS SI, al. Ltrlr
Formt Watkins will' .
AtiOf/lkR FIRST IN RHAL STATE |>rM asMWMws 1'Isl
C! Intemion. "Outd- t.1: .
: I ,
1 IhAIi
P.d.a -
Offer I\r"' (lIKJUC bring" tile mesag it alt throe \'lliI" Jerk Shouters ate ...... .. *. >...<." Inn..
90 100 READY TO BUILD ON ao.. for Fit Parsons la *lf4.
x mist Sun&y Th Sunday .
Mrs "rMa Wt s.rtr >' wet
115 fromhnJcrssMvllta.
Themselves to Teach Church Weekday Messes Oft Monday, and. August lCutll' : i..
chart I for til at 945w
RESIDENTIAL: . . . . . $4500.00: and up 5et. ol." I pm. church school Tuesday Thursday a Friday age meet and : N. C Mrs. Ko*.

APARTMENT I SITES . . . $5000.00( ) and u0 k WnMndaay will b* at f;M(J .,m.. on Wedncv Union Sunday tot all morning ages meets. Training on Suiv ilg .. skin. of Mrs.. ShomerAWKIITION rbuto4 t ,-r fo*m Tfc tin:r bin,.tt* k Ik**
Vpt K EmtxrJay duet t a M.. and, Saturday at 7:30: --- Trr t. ,5a.a andfrees
day. eafng" at 6:"' f, atans SI, ill L..,.
: am, Holy CommunM awn Monitay afwrnoon il J3O ..haOirll' I0rrARDII Inlvl ttnnt ....h.t.' Plea
mcodsm: "for Yarn Rector Then wall N a bus service. ford I > OIILDRCM I. P. : R*.
ROLAND G. LUEDERMember Autinary' tRtf 1unhim Jdr.. aiietMluif I''he Catholic. will have heir first fleeting" of th* MEETS "ttrr. $17 nrl4, hilii* Kwttrlir *f #l"tott

) Lilting t"f\DfU/'IIrtY/' .sttral High" School II F e rt alt tubon. The ansoclatioMl I muse Th* regular !ScptemSir atitfinjf Itdr .,

Multifile Service J. wi. BcwhWonhtp teru.. The Iw will leave Sc Joph averting for .the Trainlnt/ Union, the Martin County AMWlalbn l*<*M4ll M.dAe ..>.? a0.

srrvic a a d Sunday .. School at 7' 10 .-.... make *'0l N held ilondar teeing' at j for Retarded OiWrto .i. be heed r..r .!:4 k*! *k ::"'1.t'' .Ito>.

etwol art at 9-3O each Sunday HW Mop at IW Blue Goons Motel 1M: M th* Rio, lUftkt. Church I .a Thursday, Srpt 17.,5, 7:30: twice ..... "k w Of wNambe.

6) Morning at title iMtfrdenorahMtiosvII 011 U. 1 I, and leave thence 7-20: Tuesday. evening H >:M thrraAi h 'm. In Ih* communiiy rovnt of ..**. M C" ,

ctarch Oa the ML VMon art ..f Usdost *Mtw)'** < e mnio the Pint National Bank flan foremmet (5ptltii 1\ iK>w : ',4
t+ Mb' toe iah WelcmnedL sow un.Th SL Joseph Guild I* collect. ** rm irtjcf M the tborth.DM for ih* caning" s,is** 1 IIIy: .. ,,,*:W:' 4

F29 Colorado Ave. Stuart Florida Phone 287-1456 Goa hard astho graetrr tar the iig tua bazwr and your rtareft ou e1 ftH mm. k* the Mil N dHesa.sld. Al penile a- '-. wMUlaA'

.. --4 of ki$ WfttiUltam. "d stum* Vtn N "past. ". *Mdy Two** *.v.*).g at resud an htlptnt" the martfod anivk4 tttt'
.. .e teas Hdwtck MTtm at"i to M gf d atO.u .rrrciY1e4. There .11& be 7JO: id aooJ. i ?...1 'klk 4A Nsihi

4"f' : I



THE SmART (f1a.) NEWS Thursday September 10. 1964 GUILD TO HOLD "
Baker Believes Berlantis Died in
. 1'1 'f >. >.. ..... .. ......::...., .___ card party will be held by
\.i' "., .... ; '\ J t I I St Joseph Guild at the community
t 4 j<:11 '" in the PInt National Bank
:t \ 1"'i ; "P. : Crash Despite Testimony of SmithMartin building in Stuart on Thursday
, "" : Sept. 17 at I p.m. Mrs. Olio Booth
... 't 'f. 11 Please
." 'f'Y'! will be chairman bring

County law enforcement on the deaths last week at St. Pet. A torso fond a few days after I to Louis Bvrlanti. The remains of your own cards.Research

.,.. officers still believe niilhonare ersburg.! MM Fred Berlanti! is the accident occurred has identified the plane have not been found is in progress for a
",y. iN Louis Berlanti and his son Fred seeking to recover both life and I by the FBI as belonging to Baker said he did not believethe blood .test which will detect allergies
..y' died in the crash of their airplaneIn workman compensation insurance Fred Berlanti!. Two arms were also I FBI gave out fake; informationon in patients before the admin
.f 1963 Lake Okeechobee in August, on her husband. found and identified as belonging the identification of the bodies. istration of specified drugs.

.1 Sheriff Roy C. Baker reported
t h. believe that the two men died
;- In the crash despite testimony by
I Captain Jack Smith of Wert "Pata
Beach at a St. Petersburg insurince Casa Rio Boat Motor
i I father hearing and ion that in Guatemala he saw both & Sales Inc.

Smith testified! he had seen the
Berlantis alive and well several
1 I months after they were supposedto
I have died in the plane crash. Proudly AnnouncesFRANCHISED
s'4 The occasion of Smiths testimony
M wa an insurance hearing


Paul Joseph Bruen was conald--
erably upset when he read "Lucy FORALCORT
Hertel Bruen vs. Paul" Joseph Bruerf .
divorce" in our listing of canes
filed in Circuit Court last week. SAILBOATSHO
"A final decree was istfued Jan.
21, 1963" he said and I would
appreciate a correction that this .
was a rule to show cause which \
was dismissed:' Bruen, a crane
>operator, I left here Thursday for \. .
New York whence he will fly to .
Saudi Arabia to work for: the
Amerlcan-Arabian Oil Company ..
:fb tie recently returned from work.

ps4 fi Grand ng for Bahama Perrini Bahama on construction Ltd on .f illi,6. ffii. Gtii; i iW"

of the )largest cement plant in the
world. He said that: "Out of curio -
osity, I went to Cuba about eight ROUTE 707 RIO, JENSEN BEACH

months ago and found an ironfisted *
PROBABLE OFFENSIVE BACKFIELD for Martin County Tigers will be senior lettermen, left to Red military dictatorship:' -- --

right Ralph Kramer, right halfback; Buck Mauldin, quarterback; Jerry Merklinger, fullback and ____ n____________ ____n __ -- -- -- .
Clark Collins, left halfback
---. *$S$ $$ J I J J .) J J .l J J J J J J. J J J J J J J J J J J J J ..Jt

R. N. Bavicr Jr. Is Yachting, Vice President


COM IN AND SAVf Starts 8 A.M. Thursday-Ends 6 P.M. Saturday-3 DAYS DEMAND i iJ
America's Cup Sept. 15Skipper


of the Constellation cup will stay In its glass caw at the! losing streak this year
the yacht that will deferid this I New York Yacht Club in New Dr. Hollii B. Potter of Snug Norris the time to buy. We're cleaning our warehouse and stockrooms to bring you these savings!

country hold on America's Cup, York City Harbor a pant commodore of I,4't- one-of-a-kind odd lots other clearance values
all advertised
will be the son of a Snug .Harbor Great Britain has challenged Chicago Yacht Club, will be e Many specially priced. Many not )
resident, R. N Bavicr seventeen times and Australia watching the race with great in
R N Bavier Jr., ot Darien, once-never successfully The terest. He aided in arrangementson /1101'11 REG. NOW
Conn.. who will pilot the American schooner America won the cup a number of the classic races '.
boat in this world famousrace from the British in a race around off Newport and in his files he @g@ fIQ@fJ/J I[ I LAWN CHAIRS . 3.99 2.88
is vice president and adver the Isle of Wight in 1851 1. and the has a series of_personal letters
? Britons have never been able to i from Sir Thomas Upton, who tried CHAISE LOUNGES 6.99 5.88
win it back. But they are still unconvinced a number of times to re-capture I
and hope to break their the cup. WE'RE MAKING ROOM FOR NEW SAVE 2 GAL. GAS CANS . 1.19 .88
--- -- --- -
:.' cf ar>'fn0 out, '
Hot Tmen the flastile i STQC.K w FRONT CAR MATS 4.95 2.88

T. 1 I \ and you can clean vplTubelsti __ -_._ --

Fire Is ,, &Tube-Type IXAMriCS 5 Tube AM MO.9,"NOW 6 TT _COOL__._CUSHIONS_ .!_ .:...,_:._129_ -.88-
County Jail '
: BI.ckwan&Whi.tos ( TrM.Port.9.** g.Tt DIX GRILL WAGONS 19.99 15.88
i .. e I 1,2,3ft4 eft kind In

Set by Convict Trio" I ? oopularaitss WASHERS-DRYERS WAS INOWWA510Y

A priioner! in the maximum se! The sheriff and deputies ''ruth- TAKE YOUR CHOICE GE 12-Ib.
'runty section: of the Mama Coun. ed td the cell nearest the burninanletTelli Capacity, Fully Automatic I 1.99.95 158.18
ty Jail act fire to a mattress in a and look the three prisoners USED TIRES WA 6JOY GE 12-Ib.
jail corridor last Wednesday n'ght' out In the corridor "They' y/ Capacity Filter Flo Auto

resulting In a lively few minutes were Robert Purvis and Andrew Start matic Washer ................ 21995 16888
for Sheriff Roy C; Baker and! kocis, both of California, and $
d putlc.. I Larry Mattlx of Jensen Beach, all os 8 8 t WA830Y GE 12.Ib.
Sheriff Baker poured water on! in Jail ,on' breaking and entering! ,, !low 2 Capacity, Deluxe Automatic -
the mattress to extinguish the fire charges; Each blamed the others r Washer! .
but.not before it had burned floor for the fire started with lighter sue as Mini Basket .. .........._ 26995 21888
tile and caused: smoke damage fluid DA520Y GE 12-Ib.

Deputies James Holt Henry The fire was discovered by. Capacity, Dryer ....._..... 16995 I'USINSTANT
Quilly McHardy who was driving
Herbert, Gerald brown and Jack
R. N.
II Street and the DA1220CE 12-Ib.
on Flagler saw
the for shift
Curray, at )jail a dt p
timing manager of tho magazine change, and Jailer'David Karlson, smoke coming from the juil Capacity Ultra Deluxe '
Yachting During World War II helped with the prisoners. Automatic Dryer ..,. '...... 28995 244.88
he was one of the youngest com e CREDIT I !
manden of a fighting ship in the! RANGESWAS
U. S. Navy. His ship was the tint $$8,567 Received Sailfish
in Yokohama harbor after Ja, NO MONEY DOWN 1 I NOW

pan's The surrender senior Bavicr, also a racing I By Stuart from Catches f d ft J245 Range 24"..Apartment. ....... .. .... 15995 138.88
enthusiast, says that his son was
practically raised I In a sailboat TaxThe NEW TURNPIKE-PROVED 1299 30" GE Range 16995 144.88J)24
'He came by it quite naturally Cigarette 30" Deluxe Range 199.95 16S.88J756
too," said the elder Bavier "1 was GOODYEARSPlu
; 30" Deluxe GE Rsnge
an avid sailor as a young man." City of Stuart received $8- ,
In 1933 he was a member of the 56705 and ,the Town of Ocean ReportedStuart Start Sensi-Temp A Self Cleaning
. .. 46995 3'1.81
$ Oven
crew of the Weelamoe the yacht Breete Park S2 13.:1\ from' cigarette 45 .. aREFRIGERATORS
which was nosed out of a placein tax collection for the monthof
the big race by Harold Vandu- Jury Suliflith Club has Issued low 8 e.uauew. # ,
bills entry, the Enterprise.. citations and button to the fol. h"........
State wide $4,900,492,44 was ::: m
Competition for the prized cup collected, according to RichardB lowing fishermen through the j
has been going on since 1851_a Keating, director of the state Stuart Chamber of Commerce: offiie j tax and TAJ41 lo Cu. Ft.
Me tire 1
total of I 113 'elrt-lnd the Unit- beverage department; $3,300. : f' rtcapp Refrigerator .. ....... .. 184,95 168.88
ed Stales has won each time. Wanda Jean Fellers Greenville,
169.74 was distributed to qualified I TB3I3 2-door 1 I18CU.FL
This year s race between the U. Tenn six-foot; sla-inch sailfish, .
municipalities and $1,600- Emmett Jensen Beach, WIDC NO LIMIT GE Refrigerator AutomaticDefrosting
S. and Great Britain underway Dotter '
gets I 1 GUARANTII-AII New Goodyear Auto Tires ........_.............
Sept IS off Newport. R. 1.. 311.7\\> went to the Mate general svven-foot, eleven and one-half s, .j G) r's are Guaranteed against defects: In workman' 169.95 228.88TB40J
and tailing experts predict the revenue fund. huh sailtith.' John V .Mllbct$ r, J It e Rubber ship and materials, and normal road hazard; 2-doof I 11.8 Cu. Ft
Apollo, Pa, seveo-foot sailtish, 1 Fst tvtrioodytar except repairable punctures.: GE Refrigerator Automate

while fishing" aboard the "Sum Tins If a Goodyear Tire Fails Under this Guarantee Defrosting' ... .... 29995 26....
Yot Too. with Captain C. M ot' more than 10.000 Goodyear dealer In :
TB404 door 13 7 Cu. Ft,
GOLFNew Rohrabaugh.Gertrude: NO MONEY DOWN the United State and Canada will make al. '
Farmer Atlanta, Ga. tewanc: on a new tire based on original/ tread GE No DefrostingRefrigerator
was ciled foe two Il ltla.b. FREE MOUNTING depthrerriwrandcurrert"GoodyeerPrice", .' 36995 318.88We've
Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. Citation issued for sailfiUi and
other varieties went to,
LUCIE BOULEVARD Tun rjhdud before cmeslu| James N Thompson. Phoenix" fjot'em-GOODYEAR TIRES FOR -T J I
New Bridge to Beach. Ant leve -foot.. four-Inch sail I Battery ra e- n Time.
fish while aboard] the "Fran L," COMPACT CARS
NEW SUMMER RATES with Captain Pete Robertson
COMPLETE Greens Fee Chris Perry Stuart neven-fooe.

18-IIOLE COURSE $2.50 one-inch aboard the saiuiah.;"Cartbee while," ,with. fishing.Cap. SHOCKS : BRAKES NEW CAR CHANGEOVERS!

...... ...... ...... ...... .... ..- ..- -- ..- Urn All RapheL AdJut, u\ ret $ I .
Mark' H. Full. Hialeah. twen INSTAIiXD: 8 8 bearings,:.eek -.- ))19 Uke newl Famous Makes
-- -' UACIRIC CARTS 1" t'nI'rounJ snook while fishing SPECIALS I 8
19 Hole. .................................. $S 00 in 1M St. Lucie River. I NO Each & Sun You Can Stop traded off now cart
9 Hole ._-._.. _W......_..._ 3.00 Lillian S. Kerb St. Louis, Mo., MONEY DOWN'
fourteen-pounU wahoo" William ,
MEMBERSHIP: R. Keels Patrick AFB. t! rty-two II
pound cobla. white fishing aboan
MEMBERSHIP INmATIOV FEE $100.00 the "Spray II." with Captain Ray i
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ......._....... 100.00 Gertrude Farmer, Atlanta Gs-, GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF' SHOP twesaty-five-pound wahoo whilefl""in&
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS aboard the !"CulfHream" I .

MATT MOORE. Pro. ROBERT M ILU4MS, )liP'. ant with Captain Voa ,Jourdao. Rich 257 E. Osceola A\e. Dial! 287-4242
,. rendergast caught a seven- ll
Dial 287-2274 foot. four-inch sailfish from the


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Boys from tort thrugh fifth THE STUART Florida) NlWS

Myra Jean Miller-Louis Owen Lockwood Wed Cub Scouts grade or eight to tm peen old Thursday, September 10, 1964 1-B

I aw eligible to jam and this mM18 -

NEWS At Trinity Methodist Church Harrison Ohio Organize on will be the only fpoftoHwtylo earning the Cob Seoul may be
I do so Boy who M* lutirnnd. obtained by caUiAf Mrs. Judy

be sure and have at !.** Ms Parent Albertson. AT 7-2735.
Mill Myra lean Miller and Sept. 14th or guardian at the sewsThe
Louis Owen Locfcwood were fie 1* 50 oeMS M. 1M Boy *: Dick Tucker: Cleveland Avenue

united In marriage at the Trinity Tho orgamaasfcweJ. nwvting of Life magazine u $1.JO. and hit cousin, Mar Russell,
Muhodist Church of Harrison "There .m a gnat need" for a of Went Palm Beach drove to
is the Cub Scouts wit .Iw MId Monday
Ohio on Saturday. Aug at .
nior den moth, dim mothers TallahaaMe last weekend to jet
9;: H am by the Rev hvactie CMosiianJer night Sept 14 at 7:30 p.m. and! committtni, to plume. conk hill moher Mr*. Lida Tucker who
t l The bride U the at the Stuart Youth Canter, Or prepared to help these boy," said bad been visiting her ton Robert,
f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnF Dale Hipson the new Cub scout- a spokesman and family for about two week
Miller and Mr. Lockwood i is rmtcr Any further information
: con They returned borne Sunday
the son of Mr and Mrs. Owen W,
----- ----- -- -- -
Lockwood of Jensen Beach.
M1lz The bride given in marriage

by her father, wore a floor-length,
dull-luster satin gown with a chapel Immediate Delivery from Stuart
train. The front of the skirt was
appliqued with Alencon lace. The
t beauty of the lace was enhancedby
the addition of seed pearls embroidered Z PI'RING OUR
over it. Her veil of silk a
illusion was of fingertip length. w I II I! t'"rsarySALE
She carried a Bible with mother-
of-pearl cover topped with white r
roses, stephanotis and white satin s
streamers The Bible belonging
to the bridegroom, was obtained a
a' by him on a visit to the Holy Land.
Miss Wilma Miller, sister of *
the bride, was the maid of honor, T.
The other bridesmaids were Mrs.
Kenneth Rechenbach of Cincinnati Oubtandlni fclevMo value
Ohio sister of the bride and lo this OncA.Yar tab
Miss Sarah Lockwood of Jensen .
event won'tink's
Buy now to yon
}bdt Beach,
sister of the bridegroom.:
The all the new program*.
brides attendants all wore
Identical blue cotton brocade "
g t .
Mreet-length dresses.: Their should- NO CASH

er-lcngth veils draped from a \. ;.'I( I
\ crown made of matching materialof MR. AND MRS. LOUIS: OMEN LOCMYOODnwny NEEDED

their dresses. They carried bouquets - "
of white and bronze FIJI
with blue bow I the reception was held at abled him to attend the wedding! of '
pompons a project. 19-lmh All Channel luggmplle TV. 2J4itlt Commie Model 1 IV with big Inch ana
.a, ed through the the church social room.A his brother Harold had not seen his
arrangementThe .e, $134.95 9-Inch oval ,speakers, nan.
family for a year, so along with $19795 $21495
best luncheon for the immediate
man was Allen Flcm-
Only $ .JO month f19Inch $249.95, only 110.00 month
his Mr. and Mrs. Owen per
inf of Cincinnati, friend of the families was served at noon in
bridegroomKenneth a Rechenbach the beautiful setting of the brido'sparents W Lockwood and sister, Sarah, Portable. All (1IlIn"1Iodel! 1'V n2J.hKb Compact All Channel, walnut. inapt.IBustnted

of Cincinnati, and Foster Harris home. :he enjoyed families t : members Wa $179.95, $164 00 or mahovtay low boy conwl, $17495
of Harrison, Ohio were the Ukh- The bride wore a blue linen ensemble of their around the Only $LOO pee month WM 179.95.onl' SUO month
{ en with the white rose corsage Greater Cincinnati area. 19-Inch powerful 20,000 Volt chimU Portable 23-bach C'olufiM ConM>.k TV la beautiful

a Mrs. Lowell Hollms of Harrison for the departure of the newlywed Mr. and--Mr*-. Michael Hjrkini. IV HIM $164.95 maple venter >Va* $259.95 tOO/IQ'C'
$14795 >
Ohio, was the organist and for a trip to Canada. and baby daughter Mary Lent, ofJacksonville Oiil}' $7.50 printout)! J only 10.50 month accompanied Miss Barbara Porter The new Mrs. Lockwood will
MRS. DEVERON ELIZABETH WALKER of Cincinnati, a family friendof returned to her awaiting high 1 guests of his were parents, Mr and Matty other models on sale
the bride with the vocal selections school students for their classesin Mrs. M. C. HarklM.
: "0 Perfect Love "Oh Rest home economics at Whitewater
Walker-Garcia Wedding Will li" The Lord" and "The Lords High School Cedar Grove, Ind Mr and Mr*. J, E. Maxwell and Sears Roebuck and Co.
Prayer"The Mr. Lockwood completed six years children Steve and Beth, of Indian
Held Miami 19th bride'i mother chose a pink with the Navy and is now SVHKI-- River City, were the holiday ,
Be Sept.
at Ue sheath dress with matching ated with the Western Auto Store guest of Mr. O. M Hancock. STUART SHOPPING CENT R
haL The bridegroom' mother I in Harrison Ohio. -
Mr and Mrs. James J. Walker, They are member of the Opera chose to wear a beige lace topped They are now at home at 330 Mr. and Mrs R. L. Tooker PLENTY: tHEE PARKING
768 Stypmann Boulevard, announce Guild of Greater Miami and dress' with matching accessories I North Sycamore Street. Harrison and Miss Dorothy Hale have returned Phone AT 7-3373
the forthcoming marriage the popular "Gold Coast Singers" Both mothers wore corsages of : Harold Lockwood, assigned to to their home on Indian
of their daughter, Deveron Eliza- who have been appearing, at var. I cymbidium orchids. the USS Murray of Norfolk. Va. River Drive after spending the

\beth, to Ray Garcia of Miami, on ious .beach hotels __Immediately following the core enjoyed ten-day leave, which en. summer. ..!in_Westport Conc, _
the of Mrs. Arminda -- -
Sept 19 at 1 p.m. Ray is son I.
i The ceremony will take placeat Garcia of Bridgeport, Conn. and
the First Methodist Church of Anthony Garcia, NeW York City
South Miami where both Miss They are students at the University
Walker and Mr. Garcia are solo- of Miami and will reside
.1st ill the choir. In Coral Cablet.I .

yea s ,y I///

''/ Soroptimists Workshop Set

I Sept.. 26 at Manatee Marina We Pride' Ourselves .Vj

monthly luncheon business President Clara Fulton conductedthe ,
of the Soroptunlst Club meeting in the absence of

''The was held Thursday, Sept. President Louise Miller. ,
It was announced that cash in sI ,, ,tin
I the Flamingo Hotel Vice t t
the amount of $1.11290 held in ,
escrow for the Swimming Pool the Customers ,
# Fund had been turned over to ihl
Felix,.; Williams for the swimming __
pool to be built in, East! Stuart
Mrs. Ray Chandler, Girl Scout Martha Burdine reported on '
i chairman of Martin County will plan for the workshop to be held I I ';
attend a district meeting Monday! Saturday Sept 26, with the,Stuart
at the Girls Scouts' Council: office Soroptmiist Club acting as host- We Keep. -
| !la West Palm Beach.: en*. The workshop is being held I ww t : w, '
Girl Scout leaders! and workersare for the club in this area and is g Ilk s Fp' N, rs _
[ sail needed locally and any. sponsored by the Regional Eaten I
lone who would like to volunteeror sion Committee of the Southern
discuss helping with this worthy Region with Mrs. Gladys Given I
project is asked to call Mrs. Chandler ; of the Jacksonville Soroptimisl From all Walks of Life
AT 72944. Club acting as chairman. The ,
I workshop will be held at the Manatee I

Mr and M.n. R J. Triay and Marina from 10 a,m. to 4
daughters, the Misses Louise and I p.m. with luncheon being served l'
Jennie Tnay, enjoyed spending the at noon. I ,c r JIIfM
I holiday St. Augustine --- ? t t
weekend in Mr. and Mrs Glenn Ulmer of
of Cleveland Avenue have as their 4I
Dr Kenneth Fulton Holly-
I wood visitor town Mon- guests their son and daughterinlaw yurp.
in v
waa a
I day. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Carl ....... .f 1 x t, }
Ulmer and children, Michael Carl, II -t ,. It.. A ;.\. jJ \
Marilyn Jo and Carol and Mn. awMr
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Clark and
I Ulmer sister. Miss Eva Pavich. w v
children of Fort Pierce were guest Mrs Ulmer and the children and I s'ar
of her parents, Mr., and Mrs.I Mi. Pavich arrived j,.uQ: 1 e r 'e rant
I George Archibald on Sund.y.Mn. plane from Council Bluffs, lows J w
and Sergeant Ulmer who is stationed :: (i' Whatever your job is the FIRST NATIONAL HANK 7d 4
GUI Schlesier and Miss I ,
at Shaw Air Force
Base 1 .
[May Holmes who recently celebrated in South Carolina drove down .' ,. ...stands ready to serve )'ou.Ve are equipped through "11' : :;() .-J; I ,
their birthdays were guestsof by car the family's
( honor Sunday at a dinner party Slut j here ruUulnf eir to Sumtcr, r ) VI t years of financial stability and professional know-how I to : Q'l1IRSrp"r
Mr. and Mrs Ben
given by ; 1 C. to make home : '
amen, Piedeman at their home in -- -- -- ,--- I advise you in any financial matter, to render valuable :; ".?::
}:ort Pierce. Also attending wereGus .
Schlesier, and Mr/ and MmHaio ;' : f ::7'f\ :assistance! tangible and intangible ._- -" ... ., .

,.. ')', .. .. .
Mr and Mrs. Frank. Quuen- 'r !..{ 1))
ry returned home last week from r'.n'k: q'ver the we have helped hundreds
their summer vacation spent in .ltlt a aew ..,.. years ..airaaa.aa.aa _
Vavhington. D. C. Boston, Masa. I Ind I from FAMIIOVEITEI :. oC- our Martin County friends through .pens
North Carolina. Also' arriving .
.w recently was their ton. Rog. .-,. 'i financial f assistanceand advice. We ''IU\'O.'J? rT: ) fit't 1 ,;:;:.
r. a teacher at Martin County
-jh School, who attended the rt become j a partner' to them that they can
Jmvemty of Alabama! at Tusca
Ala. He is i working on hw
on -

11 &e1", degree.. .,.-r I A TIONAbf1\ i 1 ; .

Gene Thompson: of West Palm I l 'I '
t" J
leach visited hit brother. Paul I ; ,':
hnm(,ao 1. and family tIC Halpabjec i. ;.I '
1 e ) 1< t' : .
Street on Sunday .
J ,
(: y. 1'(' '"
r t. .... .
Carl E. Wilder a member 01'' t"" : \, ,' i.: '.".

poke force at Fort Laudcr- J1( (' ,
: .
I .
the Labor Day week. (910
,. pain spent FashionettenEUTY ; \' ***
then with ha brother and sis
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mn. Ted %%i-' I '
del at they home in LegioaHeights. I ,

Cared MS C01X>ltUM> AVCNinCSTUAJtT ,
Mrs. run anal ctuUren FLOtlDA '_ '. 'I I
Jm and Bo and Monday Sherman wilts,her spent mother Sunday OPEN MOV. tfcr, SAT Your Full, .' Service Hank Serving Martin County for Over 31 Years 'J '

)fn. Al Wilson, in Fort Pierce 7r31 *va*. -- 5JO M*> inlitituiiolt <; t" ,
MARIE W US, OwaaerAce. financial y'k
We are a home 0\\ncd. home operated
).fr. and Mr*. E A. Burgesaaperat I IMiM.. Operator i
the weckmil kf Bradenwn D RL 217 i99 WITH TRUST POWERSSOCIETY
with then dnrghter.: Mr GeeegeScbrieffer. Ample Fro Parll* AMPLE FREE PARKING

and family I.l I.


1 1S

112-B TirE STUART (Fla.. NEWS Thursday, September 10, 1964 I Big Event at Woman's Club on Sept. 26

1-j t SOCIAL- NEWS '" r #aries to Celebrate Third

I Anniversary by State Workshop
Office: AT 7-1550 MARY LINDSAY, Society Editor

... .,.,. ,
J warnvew! "f WWWWWft twu IIIIIOt''lIl >wretalarr l x : ;rs aaat, cr.e+wr ara rc
l / -,' ,>> .' &*ltj4. SBiW' $..t.J'? '' Secretaries and buiineM-minded he exhibits of dw blest io typewriters At lunch there will be a variety
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 71737OPEN %f ? \ ; ; ./t. ,. persons in the Stuart-Martin County adding machiaM carbon of foods in "smorgasbord" style ,
,: S"v 11 area should tit up and take paper, dictatokg roachk(**, pub Doer prizes galore will be given I
MON. THRU SAT. 7:30 AM.PITL 9 P.M. ,' note that an important date i s dwing this time.SatRetanies ,
.I" lie aOUres /
:* systems photocopy
OPEN SUNDAY -'11 AJM1 P. M. coining around. rnjp>e gnhiag! rw 4unp a'admswr. registration will bet
'I TIC; day to circle will' be Saturday it_ other! ,ftm*of interest SJ *W students and commercial |
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. .., .. 'I Sept 26. The time to remember to the progressive raty. t ltpn $1.50. Deadline for regikUt i
.. will be 9 a.m. for registration / .ftm is Saturday, Sept It. Ailcherts
I and the place is the Wom should be made payable >
'-II', A + an's Club East Ocean Boulevard. Veazie, treasurer' '
HOfflEtTlJPJOHN'S I t.. on Mr. and Mn. Thgnm Schajl! la Mrs. Virginia
TONI '," ";; ... This is the day "when, the have returned: to their home 1 In 705 O,' eol... Street
Stuart Chapter of the National Monterey from a three-week vacation The Stuart Chapter of the National
Secretaries Association (International spent in Ohio. They visited Secretaries Association (International .
Permanents' UNICAPSREGULAR ) will be presenting their 1 In Dcerficld his former home, ) will celebrate its third
+ workshop. "The Key to Know. Canton and other areas. birthday and the City of Stuart its
2.00 I REGULAR 3.11 ledge. Then and NQw." fiftieth anniversary. The mayor,
The planned! program will have Mr. and Mrs.. Ray) Fentress Jr. president of the Chamber of Com
as speakers Representative 'Wil and two daughters left last' weekto melee and chairman of the County
liam E. Owtns Ernest Lyons, Stephen Commissioners' will be 11at.
make their home in/ Paris,
All .1.11' B L'' .83 'wC I Schmidt, Mrs. Perky Noll. France. Mr Fentres I Is manager tendance.
OB I Itoq 1 I CPS, and Mrs. tide McConnell of World Trade Corporation
Slate! FSA chairman I.B.M. Mrs. Fentress, the former Mr. and Mrs. Cam Morrison,
In the morning there will be an Miss Jane Morrison, Is the daughter noW residents of Jacksonville,spent
-p I exchange of views will) secretaries of Mt. and Mrs. Cam Morri the weekend here at their Stuart(;
from all over the state. There will son. home on California Avenue :
C! '" I .
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SILK.ttL' SATINbl"PAQUI" ;:; ;:


69 ; I bkfI

REG. 9BSARpo y I l ; r te, turt $li.1 I It.


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s vs ,y ,, R s i rp ,d H

4 OUNCE dfobd !

RE6.3aO0ETERNA 2. .44 v / i!

;fLr : Let "* have the postman deliver a little bit of horn to your far away student each
f27' Special week; It will be a welcome vklt and keep him' up to dale on happening hi the old.
bom* Iowa M weD w th{ dolnp of hb:friends and atl|;46ors.

byRtVlOH OFFICERS of the Tabebuia group of the QarJcn Club of Stuart are shown looking/ over their new $T DENRIP.TION
50 program book, Mated left to right, Mrs. Carl H, Turner, co man; Mrs. Irving O. Kanare secretary and treaturer. Standing left to right Mrs Frank O. Ghiotto,
REG. 13,?5 wiGOIDEM publicity chairman, and Mrs. Howard, R. Rebut, co-chairman of the: hottest committee. FOR NINE MONTHS
i I

AUtUMN Tabebuia Group Begins Season $2.75rp.. !,

SPRAY WST Of Special .Programs. GardeningThe Call 287.1550 or mail coupon' .. p
-- -
II, PIINCEMltCRABtlU 2. 50 Tahebula Group of the Oarnett Kegley- a. cohostesses.For ", The season' will close with- the I ;aNv; : == j
Garden Club of Stuart met Fri. the Feb 3 meeting at the meeting of May 5 when Ed Thayer P. O. Box 1047, Stuart ,
day morning with Mrs. Richard home of Mrs. Paul Bryant Jr owner of Thayer's Nursery, I I I
3'/ OUNCE ._ Andreasen in Krueger Estates. Mrs. I Pelican Cove, "Dish Gardens andHanging'Basket will speak on "Air Layering." Mrs PleaN tend the Stuart. Neyn, lot
Fred Neibling and Mrv.RobcrlSimmons $ !) *"..wilL be discussed Robert KoMer, chairman of the I I

DROPS50CC are Mrs were Robert co-hostcucs./ Koster Officers for the by meeting"Mrs. Bryant will be To-hofclcsnes Mrs. Frank Ins group at,wiU her be home hostess in for North the meet River I Name, .......-............ -1".r:............. ....'.''r- .

POLY-VI-1 chairman; Mrs.. Carl IL Turner, I Ghiotto Jr. and Mrs. C. H. Turner Shores. Mr. A. O. Pittman Jr. I S laool ................-. ........//0..................i..... I II
cochairman; Mrs. Irving G. Kan- and Mrs John Sadler will be co-
arek, secretary and treasurer; MIL Theme of the March 3 meeting hostesses. Addrew .........--... ..._.. _....:.. ...........-
Frank C. Ghiotto. publicity chairman will be "Our Own Show" and I I II
61 ; Mrs Fred }ISeibling. hostess Mrs. Joseph Creenlces will be Fred Strickland of Fort Piercewas Tow.... .. .. ............... Y
2 chairman; Mn Howard R Reiner hostess, assisted by Mrs. Donald the guest Sunday of his sister, I "seed f.; ;$2.7J.'a.;; ': I
lEG. 3.54' ,hostess cochairman; Mrs. Clyde O'KcJIy and Mrs. C. Pfeiffer Trow- Mrs. L 1 E: DcLoach and, family, far o.a ...,
Coutant and Mrs. John U. Men- bridge. I --s:
singer program; and tel phontconlmrtt Plant exchange will take placeat I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davidson I Name ........................,................................... I
: e, Mrs. Philip Williams, the April 7 meeting to be held enjoyed a several days stay in
Mr. Garnett Keglty, Mr*. Max at the home of Mrs. Howard Rein Miami last weekend. While they : .. .. .. .. "
lUff ERIN TABLETS Auerbach, and Mrs.. Jack Bonert er with co-hoslesset to be Mrs.i were away their ions visited with 'I; .. t: :;: :;: = =-J, F
Copies of the 1964-63 Tabebuia Clyde Coolant and Mrs. E. D. their gramlpu/enu, the.Ralph' Ut-
program; book were.distributed. to RamberL men
BOTTLE 01 36 A At members ana they reveal themes
of stimulating meetings which are --, I
I scheduled for the months ahead. r > ,
mW W ''" ;
REG. 634MARSHMALLOWS "Sprinkler Systems and Grasses' ... :
, was the subject of a talk by John "' {','
Bonert. guest speaker at the .' ,\\ \. ... .."" ..'..,, .
Sept. 4 m
Mrs. Philip Williams, Overlook Thank You .- . .,'
I Drive, will be hovtest at her homeon :; !
'ioJa and will be assisted by

tuamv H.Mn.Hipson Ir.,Alli Th on program and Mrs on H. .. t..... ... ...- '" I.
"Table Setting will be presentedby !
23 ,
11 OE'BWVITAWMS M... C. M. Walker

I I 'REG.. X4,4. will Zeller"Beginning be, /guest the subject speaker Flower of at Arranging1 Mrs.the. Nov.Max To The Public For Your Patience. :

4 meeting at the home of Mrs. 0

& MINERALS I Todi Walter hostesses and Crowell.Mrs.will on be Max Weir Mrs.Auerbach.Street.William Co- During and After Hurricane Cleo !

On Dec. 2 the group wilt meet
with Mn. Jack Bonert at her homeon
BottLE OF 100 Overlook Drive, and, she wiU

COMPARE 2.49' Tables be and assisted Mrs.and R.by Advance H. Philbrick.Mrs Ira Flower"Coffee Swigart Ar To' Our. Entire Team . For, the Dedication, iu.I

A13.98PATTY'O rangements" will be discussed.

Rots and Mrs.Witham."Robert at the will Fenlon.Ian.speak 6 meeting Dalx 0-n"Hydroron I ': Working Dy and Night, To ReturnI'

>a Avenue, will be hostess, with r
-CAtWLEREGe Mrs. I. .G... Kanarek and Mrs..
Electric Service
-. -Mrs.-b- To All Homes and

49 I

KEEPS INSECtS 31 : I Businesses ii Qm Area

: AWAY .
SjSSrv ......-. _' ..: -: _-L

.: w._* I K.rlfM M II".N.....tltl... AM.. ,.... .-..-".___.II.. I.. Usder ....... eP To All Puhli( ,4gcncis' C4'c( '( Groins and Volunteers .

LADY CARLA 4.95 VALUE CVpt Tok? EBgcbtttMsi"

HAIRDRYER BathroomSCALE Shipyard Salerno *-AT BALBMNO"fJrs/NU' (, J\ For Keeping The Public{ .Informed

: -- -- y and Safe burin; the Storm: I I

: cenp.i. with!,, ) oil Assorted colas.sce.alori.s ,
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Carrots I iu-Mc10 c 6Sc-1 79c zr33 c Friday 8 aun.to 9 pjn.-Saturday 8 am. to 7 pm.o .

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need chain '0 w'w"". w'...A UWI q YI.fl/kt, THE STUART (FU.) NEWS This organization Kay
Thursday Stytentbtr 10, 1964 and money they nine through itsPouts Allen, and Mrs.. Hal Craton ;
v wiM JO far. this l hdiantown NewsDOROniY The couple honeymfetoned in
,VFW IS REORGANIZED' ) making* aw heW every Fort LmuJwdule They Mlle renife
'4 AMutiay of the ftauh atV in
Swart F .
The Veteran of Foreign Was Halls McALLISTER t18Y E
,< .FWpost on Dairy Mrs Faye Williamson! :
was at
jlnd the Ladies Auxiliary of InAaniown id.
the piano and .Mrs. Betty Nygardsang
have rcccniK reorganised 597-2557 Because. t ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith of v t
The new commander is John Quincy parents of Mr. FlrtHI M. f town C'at"r.': .
ftoMMttm of' West Palm Bed*. Allimer mi Lloyd Smit, are Cindy Johnson Bride 'MM. Wit: Book Mr : ,
with At* .n grad
The flfW of the 1-aOU tin\ wick MN
Auxiliary Nita Mora*i. SuittnyafterndJB and spcndiM dwgliiar. One of III* hi*, 01 Douglas Craton Mr*. Charles HU and daughter, 1 /t tY
:a picnic was held far ,fights of their trip was t"* v&it Cyiua, Mr and Mrs.. Edward
became the bride Buitell, and Henry batkman
the P&fe. to Key We* Sunday, Sept.. 6. CtlpJy Johnson all
-- -- ------. of Douglas W. Craton Friday, of Stuart. Mr. and M'r,. Owe
art 4 at a garden wedding; at Roberts of Fort Pierce: Mr any
Mrs Waymdn Craton of Palm City
"hr home :
M. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Price: of West
Rnr Newton Tweedy
is good pastor Palm Mr. and
a of the Community hurch, Bench and Mrs
Jansen Beach officiated The attar Press Osborne of Dallas, Go.PTACOTfEC b1

wax centered before a fountain
number toW know I and Uowcn in bloom with. candelabra
on each side Friday morning at 9:30: the
I The bride was attired in a white executive commute M the War
mean our telephone number tof.course. Our pharmacist' I ballerina-length gown with a scalloped field School Parent Teacher As.sociation .
that torn neckline embroidered with held a coffee for all new F
know your nerj; or a prescription may W anemergency
mothers. of Warfield School. .
seed pe rh with lace medallions '
tulr doctor.
lie h "on like your
on the skim A shoulderlengthveil About twenty-five people attended t aNEW

,, attached to a crown of turn I and about thirty new memberships -
vs and lace was accented by aced were taken for Werfield POST OFFICE at Indiantown is to be dedicated soonPOSimSILR .
9vntIsaZ pearls. Her bridal bouquet was a School PT.ACoffee ,
heart of white carnations centered
yp" w and doughnuts were
by a deep purple orchid. served to all guests> .....'..1._ J. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder
The maid of honor was her: spent the Labor Day weekend in
sinter Cathy She wore white lace PERSONALS. Palm Lake Palm Beach visiting' relatives and
over pink taffeta with a pink veil
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Beach and friends.
of tulle and pink tntm and a wrist
band corsage of carnations. Sylvia and Donald spent the weekend Park News Mr. and Mrs. Burger returnedto
in where Mr, Beach
dDwr'E/ Ale t i s The best man was John Cra- ll Naples their home in Palm Lake ,Pork
ton, brother of the bridegroom. working part-time. fcyMr
after spending the summer at their
Usher was Charles Hayes. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Adrian: *. F. P. CAIN,.
The bride mother, Mr.. Charles home in Erie, Pa.
3 and daughter, Cheryl, spent Saturday r Ph. 2S7-5J6J
Johnson, wore a teal blue sheath with their other daughter Mr and Mn Ed Godlewskileft
with a corsage; of while carnations! and family, Mr. and Mrs. James '. 'J I III' J..M.J .. Sunday by train to visit friendsin

11:. Il : dress Mrs. Craton and a corsage chose a of beige white pongee car- Dodd, In Fort Lauderdale. .' ,.....:?,t.,.! .: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lechner had Albany N Y
nations. I Miss Joyce Myers started practical :; : f!' as their guests Wednesday evening, Charles Cuthbert has returned
I YOUR REXALL STORESTUART The brides table was decorated nurses (raining at St, Mary's wit "L t.,14, Mr and Mrs. Anthony Foley of from a three-day buinetrip in
J CORP. with a three-tiered cake on a Hospital In West Palm !Beach She Hibiscus Park and Mr and Mrs Miami.
DRUG s'p
ii 1964 of Martin I
white lace tablecloth. A punch a graduate
bowl was encircled with County High School; Flank Rawald bf Rio. Cards: 'were Mr and Mrs John Oteen arespending

{ OPPOSITE R. R, STATION, STUART U1.tU with a white lace !cloth greenery played after which light refresh- the summer; at their vacation
the weft, Mr and Mrs. Orady Smith ment were served home, la North Carolina
Serving at
..reception spent Sunday visiting with' relatives -'S'
1- .dJ.
f i m West Paint Beach Miss ". Mr and Mrs. Raymond Miller
rir : motored Otlumwa lows to visit
returned for a short to HElpSTOP'MALlClmJS:
:i cLOn relatives and friends' They planto \

STORM LOSS NOTICE! be away three weeks.
Congratulation/ to Earl Oleo Mr and Mrs. C A Puck: and
son who celebrated his eighteenth daughter and husband, Mr and WOODS BURNIHEARING
birthday Tuesday, Sept 8. Mrs J. L, Johnston and daughter,
Patricia, of Pittsburgh Pa., visit.
'Tucker Sunday
Ydil can claim an income tax deduction for hurricane damage Danny visiting Raye Ricky Yoder spent and his ed Cypress' Gardens last week. '

family and. friends here Mr. and Mrs. J. L Johnstonand AIDS
C tb your palms, trees and shrubs but your claim shduld be daughter have returned to
Mr. amt
substantiated by an experienced, qualified dpprdiser. The Mrs., Mona Wayne Usa MiJtI, and nand their home in Pittsburgh Pa. after Need a spare Aid?
Glenn dater spent the Labor an extended visit with MrsJohnstons 50 Traded l 1 liulruhwBti to ctMowt
i fib NURSERY is well qualified for this work and will Day weekend with their parents parents. from $3000 and ,up.

l furnish you with an itemized statement of prbof df f loss that Mr: and Mrs Delraass Ev Mixion. GEORGE JORDAN Mr and Mrs C. A. Puck Mrs. Repair on aD make -.

Mr and Mn. Keith Mitchell.. Meet Your Postmaster lUUic Young and Mrs. Clara Cords Batteries
i ,will help you recover your hurricane losses. Just phone Mr and Mrs Michael Mitchell : Jourdan. attended an L.P.N. meet- PROFESSIONALIIEARING ,
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and soik Wade, Mr' and Mrs, Kenneth Ing in Fort Pierce last Wednesday :" AID SERVICE
AT 7.1700 or 287-4152 for particulars. Mitchell and Mr and Mn. George E. Jordan Chased night 506 No. 7th St, Ft. Pierce, Ha.
Mike Carper enjoyed a picnic at )Mrs. F. P. Game and Mrs, (One Mock North of' Fire
Jupiter on Labor Day. ...lIIo.YOlIn, were in Fort Pierce Station) HO 1-30.J5
Subs-Then Joined a Sub Thursday' on business.
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Tht.jKVitiil service was entirely sition seven years ago
new to George E. Jordan, pentTinMer.BLloiliiinlown A native of Florida, George has Exclusive In

... \ when he ror lived in Indiantown tlfttc I 1949. Martin County -.
sewed the; appointment to that po- Prior to that ho spent eight years only we cut\ give
i in the U S. Navy of ,which four the famous
before World War If
years were
During the war he served two
I. The Indiuntown! Teen Cluh met years in the Atlantic part of EskaPROTEIN
I Friday night Sept. 4 at the Civic which was spent chasing enemy
Dub With Eugene Adams pre 'submarines. His second two) years WAVEOur
: siding the meeting: was brought were spent in the Pacific on a
to order. submarine kalrdreasrra trained
an especially ;
I.. Some of the topics brought up 'After seeing; how enemy subs by the makers of fSKA Protein WaveIn
to discuss and plan were: Having seemed to elude in so easily in the advanced creative waving methodsthat
I..masquerade! dance on Halloween Atlanlte, I decided: that Was the make.. a fatUonable difference. ForfUllhtnadttf&ned
and' having the band, the branch of service for me," he said
!J" \ .' : Arikkats, back: to play for a special laughing He applied for a transfer a permanent of unequalled
""i.. : dunce some time. After the and wai sent to thr< submarine beauty call H for your $ 50
I 2
", .t.;..... meeting, dancing was resumed unlit training school at New London Fska Protein Wave appointment today. ,
10:30: p.m. Conn. Reg. $15.00 Special Price

.' "" Sine his appointment ta postmaster .
i Mr. and Mrs Richard 'Normanhad George says hes''been so Powder Puff Beauty Salon
a* their guests Labor Day busy at the business of runninga
lif.1 r ( ," \ \,:
; 'Po' I weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde post office, that he hatrtt even NEAR STUART POST OFFICE
Johns and Mr
daughter Katy had time' to go fishing
i .f' : and Mrs Tommy Norman, andMr. The Jordan family Ind detOcorSC'a Managed by Virgie Davis
I rtw : and Mm. J. w, Norman and
i wife verelmda. and two
: 4'i. fta children Billy Wilbur, and Un- sons George Parker, twenty-two, lit t ?tit SL, S uari Phone 2S7-4983

: dt, from Miami Mrs. Beatrice and Alton. Hugh, sixteen .
I Johni is Mr. Normans sister. --- -- --
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. \ 1ftt Congratulations to Miss Debbie

Ix>tt who celebrated her birthday
. 4 1 1J -I/T Tbesday, Sept. I I.

Private Fin Class Ronnie Cray-
don was the guest of Miss Dorothy
Hiihr" and her family this weekend
People He returned Monday to Fort

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By meansof new instrument

who tq'f shop installed in a fire alarm box the ProMhent Apartratat. Builder Ik Cootemplatlnc CoMtrortlcM of a
I pay alarm circuit can be used for telephone -

.. .; r 14., / communication

tei-. .. i ?.- ."' ''', .', MODERN APARTMENT

Host retailers, we suspect, vooM sfao&Ser at the 1 Uea Who meastJits this pay'm{ aolirtcej' ; t

cf eWgirig eustomcn m admission lee to stop idIbcJr / As membenotlheAadit Duttiau ol t rrwtat efd,Eras TrooperBlji.H IN., CITY OF STUARTON

stores. )I l I( submit oar drcnlstloa records to regular tntpectiat 'bytravtHng

'ret, we do fc regularly Readers boy Ah paper for ADC Mantas This h m orpoJcitio* at THE nfeAUTIFUL ST. LUClE RIVER

early 4,000 advertisers, advertising a eitciesr sod puKfchen >
die news and features but hey also boy ft so SM your : \\MiU yws h* aitrrrMtd hs Hvtitf la a asodcfm. bran new elevator apartment boss.with *

advertising. They want 10 know what yew; aw seffing whose sole purpose is to its acturtte stud rrerj. convenience Air raaij Mantel a4 heated of court, your own marina,

factual ckculatioa reports. ti aJMffto. bar%,, awfamnln. peal, fcorbcCM patty etc. If yon would. a* talerte4 Inrrnttof
what TOOT prices are, and eaupai* I sills wih teat t swell an .,.,..... aJratw send conpon.TIIU .

aoxhcr merchant kadverti-lnc. j ;,, *.>.]<:'..JI... .'H.-.>KF." ''r ADC Bwasurts oat etfraunon svatenoc. fa MOOTO* .)

t 'f fate with the highest industry standards.. ,| B NOT AN AGREEMENT TO RENT BUT YOU WILL BE

i Retdcn are sborrcn, and people wino pay to shop 1 # GIVEN pnnRtNCKnlL" PROJECT B COMPLETED.! : IF DESIRED -
Us reports eel how many shoppers but ow psftr, n

fr1** .. : tll'. 1e ,* where they.boy, fc,what deer pay tod many dier facts ::
to help bow our paying ataJiettca. I rllO-x. -N--; :: -----1: I
Your advertising reaches them as M invited tuest. yo STUART NEWS, P. O. Fh.I .
They study it at their leisure and they rid respond For fuR details o!II he J'tOP1c..ho pay t id tbop, astto I I I *..*. bt bM r* H at rtntinc ( ) Effklency ( )T_ ..... I

It what :00 have to say iatcrcsU them see a copy of our bteit ABC itpcct ( > OM Redr.s ( ) FMnkknl ( )j..,.,.......,. iu...

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$199 RIBS 11, 49c UPS.D.A. Grade /fAtf
r. Beef 5 Pkg.lb PORK SHOULDER

W $109 Cut-Up
HAM L/ :

Steaks. lb. 99 99c
Prune Juice. !, 40OZ.0 49c u.s. CHOICI CHUCK ''' BUnS u. 89c W,HOLE' :
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Bartlett Pears 29 CAN cz* 3Qc. CHEESE u 49c FROZEN FRESH' '. ;
SAVE 4c EA. .Thrifty-Moid PineoppU G'fruit OSCAR MAYER AII-M.at :
Fruit Juice 4 fig-1 R P a S t 89. FRANKS L. 59c '. ryJJJ Uv.J,1Afi. ,0' :

Qrange Drink 4 44.01.CANS $1 ft, -' 11 --. \ti I ;

Wafers 2 :OS=; 49c Melons 59!*! Grapes LI. 19!#! .


Plums l LI$. 29.!'! Tomaioes2.usJ9.!! "'_.
Dog Food 2 CANS 39c

SAVE Tea Ic Bags. LIPTON 4K}CT.: 59c. Bakers 10 79 Necllnes. 2 Lls.39 ..-I ROB C, J' t

ROLL "" -I
.. Towels I 2 K& 39c :
Beer 6 89c
or 12-02. CANS :' /LtASt .
!: 4 4KS 1 l1R' \ :I

TowelsHAWAIIAN I 2 JUMBO ROLLS: 65c Margarine IB. 29c 'I, l' ; r r .:j'

rQ.astedCookiesl 12PKG.z.43c COFFEE01X11 :

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, I V BA NANA COffli PIZIPIE t Wltk, TU4' Arne M4 Nf.M...if
\ GEaMAN CHocoun S 3 7. ':t NM.e/ MKMI
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F Condensed All. 79c Lux Soap ........2 BARS 33c
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Inso Blue ,... GIANT 83c REGULAR SIZE .,,1
y DETERGENT DETtRCENT "'? ifebuoy I ........2 BARS 25c. .
Fluffy All.." ;::;3LLBOX; 79C BATH size: '(4'1 tTURH

CHEER DETERGENT 20-0%. 80X .. Lifebuoy ......S..2 BARE.. 35c.

..e. ... .. Dishwasher All .-1.._ 45c BATH size '- t

S.COtO.WATER .. Praise Soap ... .2 BARS 39c

49.OZ. 6 Liquid All .... .... JUMBOL' ,29 .
BOJX OETRGLHT. '1t: : Vim Tablets ..... o.o

ups. nulHID Lux Liquid ......... 72AZ WITH TUMBLER 691: .

DETERGENT .ar: S'I'D ....... G1 85c '
BABY lt4 I 4
65c ... .,
Swan Liquid...:. ,' ? oZ .. '
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FOOD DETERGENT Wisk Liquid "VST..i.. quART 77c Final I Torch I ."f.......'n%. 85c3 .

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Thursday, September 10, 1964 Wednesday afternoon at the Congriauonal .
Church the Junior
r Huh Fellowship had an organiomonal -

Palm meeting followed by a Little Birds for Individual !
City NewsMRS. pop party. I4'J \ Servings
Mrs. Maydell Moore was in
ANITA WHITE charge This meeting was for students -
Cormpondrnt in the six to eighth grades % ELEGANT EATING FOR COOK OUTS TOO!
Telephone 287-5582 'I
VISITORS FROM INDIANA> Quick Frozen Shenandoah
It> ""oItSTORK
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cobb hadas
SHOWER FOR their house guests (during Cleo)
MRS. COBBA her filer and family, Mr and ROCK"
surprise stork shower was Mrs. Carl Bicknell, Susie and Car il CORNISH I
given.. for Mr. Dorothy Cbbb Fri lie of Indianapolis. In spite of Cleo
they did get to enjoy the beach
da;', Aug. 25, at the home of Mrs. shell hunting, and a cook-out at.
Francis Bratty in Monterey. Mrs tended by twenty relatives.
Kitty Axton and Mrs. Fran Hard They also spent a week in Mi-
wick were co-hostesses. Games ami with his brother. The Dick-
were played Prize were won by anti said they wouldn't have missed :
Mrs. JoAnn Lawerence M r t. the experience of Cleo, but hoped GameHensI18
Angela. Rambcrt Donna and they would never have to endure
Norma Snyder. An attractively another [
decorated bassinette held her many
lovely gifts NEW ARRIVAL

A cake baled by Mrs. Hard .Mf and' Mrs. Johnny Mawhinney .wMtY

wick blue safety and de pins orated. was with served pink with and Joe, weight announce six the pounds birth", one of ounce Allan, ; W"Mq:, /tbfIffI/ >'p'.. ..,..... ":" .-_: '. .. wsstlaitls ftrtl.o ::-:. .:.:..=:::::-.r::..-:::: .. .. .. .. ..:.Sn,.. ..;."R dla
punch and coffee to the guests born Friday Sept. 4, 9:05 p.m. at "'
They were Mrs. Dorothy Bratm, Martin Memorial Hospital ..
Mrs. Bonnie Catena, Mrs. Jearr RIGHT"l.."'....._ 1j
McClung Mrs Tom Lord, Mrs. SCHOOL NEWS SPECIAL "SUPER -'
Marti Eldridge, Mrs. Jean Sny Palm City School with an enrollment '- :;-
dcr, Norma and Donna Snyder,
of 193 has one newteacher I
Susan Simmons, Mrs Joyce Little Mrs Virginia Wilson I I LUNCHEON : i i
Mrs. Helen Overby, Mrs.Pauline from Fort Myers, who will teach MEAT'F \ .
Crews Mrs.

a split section A new bus driverIs
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Mrs Mary Mrs, Evans the first Parent 1 1
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Kt'k: ir _
Ann Lawrence, Mrs Teacher Association i meeting of Salami ; j
and Mrs Donna BicknelL the season has been set for Tuesday 6-oz. R\\,
II' .
4 99
Thomas J. Bowie.wa* honored PERSONALSArt Pickle Loaf pkgs. a' \\
with a surprise birthday party at Kirby, son of Mr and Mrs.
his home in St Lucia Shores Friday : Doug Kirby, underwent ear surgery ': Liver Loaf !j \
4. ;
in Su Mary's Hospital in West ;
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The traditional ice' cream and Palm Beach last Friday, r. K Ib. 29 ;.
cake were served to the following .r ';'
guests, who were all relatives'Mr Mr and Mrs. Bill Kennedy and Super Right,, Choice Western Beef Cap'. John'a Frozen. Perch \; \ .. ,. :.
and Mrs. J. W. Bowie, Mr and Carol spent the weekend in Day ., .. r .
Mrs Victor Taggart Mr. and tons Beach. tii i.u>i a 1 Swiss Steaks ........ u, 79c Fillets ......... _.... .. ....... Pg: : 39c w..
Mrs. E. A. Hare and Linda, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Rufus Holiday of I.
and Mrs. Richard Hare, Mr and Green Acres spent the weekend tr'. aA '- PLAID : Super Right Choice Tender Beef Peeled It Develned Qukk Frown u.l::. "s
Mrs. Thomas Hare, Brenda and with her Mr and Mrs. "p \ : I.Lb, IIP..R/gbf"/
Tomi Kay Mrs. Emma McKowan Herburt Daniel.parents "! # STAMPS j j Cubed Steaks.... u>. 99C Shrimp'...... .. g-or. Bal $199
Harry Brown Jr.. Billie Stephens .
Pwchw !
Mrs T J. Bowie, Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanders H was n. cWteK: !I Medium, Size Quick "roleD. Howard Johnson Frozen Fried \
Donna and David. and family are home from a three. .
week vacation in California, visit- .ii SPONGE $249 !1j Shrimp ... ... ... Lb. 79c Clams ......... .. Pkg. 69cBORDEN'S '
ng relatives and touring the redwoods MOP la.O ,
.M| tlo... s." fc.l la Mia a.l a.M ,, CHUCK

Salonof A Jack Yates has returned to his fix:![..4x"..s1="j: SPECIAL WHITE BEAUTY. BRANDSHORTENING 1
home on Loop Road from the : !=== ;:: =::===::
hospital after being bitten by aground

\ ( rattler\ rri,1* or B b W I IWltII",1a
Carol Talley, West Palm Beach, Ib.59c
hat beccft visiting Mr, and Mrs
Ronnie Talley on All American No '!
Beauty Cw..ed Puraku ( I Limit
Boulevard. The Talleys have recently -
returned from a vacationin CENTURY STAINLESS STEEL No Minimum 3 lb 49 '
Alabama RAZOR OAp >. can
BLADES orrio OC Order I IcI
PRO..SSIONA"lEAUTY Wanda Temple, Dozier, Ala..
spent the hut week In August visiting raw .... Pa.... I* MU '.IS-M I :
CAREVIRGINIA her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CORAL LIQUID
B. Sanders .. ... .. :' GaaL 'J-Lb. IJ..Ol.
Clyde ------ -------- ----------------------- Lemonade .,.......J..... Ct. 25c DetergentJANE .......w..._........... Qt. 39c PEACHES _... 3'.' Cans o9ci' t
Mrs. Elizabeth Houston, who <<;.
Hy .cently had a fall resulting in a I ISO.
broken hip Is reported doing welL '" PARKER EXTRA SPECIAL FEATUtPOTATO FRESH, TASTY, CRISP .
KINNE Owner ;
Mr. and Mrs Gayle Williamsand ST
Operator son, Lynn, have returned to 10-Oz.
their home on Eaut Ninth Street
Orange Kill In Mid TWINPACK C !
NETTIE CRISWELL after a vacation of touring the Label Real :
Northeastern slates and a visit
to their Ohio home of Mill leCield. BOMB Can O1*
Now Featuring They covered over 7,000) miles on c-I"" S.L ....t, .tl Mia a-l.-.4 Save at A & P SULTANA I
C Pedicures the trip,

:blr. and Mrs Johnny Fllanow- .---.-.----.--
Relaxing Facials'CLOSED '
t ski in Ocala are home, wtere after he a attended week's stay the : .. MAYONNAISE quart jar 39c ;

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Mr. Brown', ? Season Is TlfE STt. :.ART (florida. ) NEWS. Thursday.. September. 10,196411""
Innocent I
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1 Vacationing Reporter Impressed by Way For Marsh Hens r'

Marsh hen hunter opened Floe' 4

ida's sunrise I9M-65 Saturday.hunting Sept. Kuson 5. I.ach at h I ,
Handled Death Stoning ?
Jamaica Paper by das hunting ends lit sunset

Hunting the migratory rails and
pllimilei (marsh he**)) will be allowed .
James Brown had been beaten and until Nov. 13. Bag limn' (t"r
\ Left Right stoned to death by a mob for goat- r- 'LiAi9i.A all rails and gallinules it fifteentor
stealing. In the course of four short a day's bag and thirty for iota)
paragraphs one learned that Mr. possession.Iho' r r _
On Island'Cleo .
Brown he was never referred rail It the
to without the "Mr." had been clapper primaryspecies _
taken. Other prominent
approached by Mr. John Smith ( ;
Missed species: 'include the Virginia king
because Mr. Brown appeared\ to
black and lora rail. Hunter also
be acting suspiciously!! in an area r
may take the Florida and purple
BUNNY ABBOIT tXhere had been stolen
By some goats gallinules.Although. r rl r
recently. Nowhere was it stated r1i l
it civilization I rails and gallinules are
I There no doubt about ; that Mr. Brown had actually seized
found throughout the state the
inics. comet slowly to the colo- any goats. or had them in bit-possession majority of the hunting is done

in tidal marsh areas along the
1 Just as one find satisfaction in As Mr. Smith accompanied Mr. coastlines. Moot of the successful
noting that a day in court appears Brown to nowhere In particular, a marsh hen hunting is done in a # a ssA r
to be replacing lynching as the crowd gathered, and, to cut a long tier of six counties along Honda'snortheast ,
aftermath of psorse-stealing in the story reasonably! short, scored le ar cOll\t-Na\.u. Duval _
former North American Colonies, some direct hits with sticks and i St. Johns, Flagler, Volusiu and
Tone is appalled to find that lynching stones before departing from the Brevard Counties-and two coun- 1 "s 's _
still\ persists for even lesser! I area, by which time Mr. Brown ties along the western Gulf Count
JofTenses elsewhere in parts? of had departed from this world. -Gulf and Franklin
what was formerly the British Empire The next day, a five-column headon Hunting in other counties i s
[ a much longer page one storyproclaimed becoming more "popular at more
I We recently had the good for- that there appeared to r hunters take advantage of early
[tune to spend a vacation be. some doubt as to whether Mr. hunting dates applying to marsh .
lot the beautiful Half Moon Hotel Brown had participated in any hens MI
Monlcgo Bay. in the new independent goat or other stealing Mrs Hoo It has been estimated that FlorIda
I Caribbean nation Ja- No Wy, sister of Mr. Brown, had hunters harvest from 45.0UO) I
f maica and were interested io the made it known that there was no to MtXX) )() marsh hens each season
[way a story unfolded in the local reason for Mr. Brown to steal Under the Migratory Bird Act
| newspaper. The names are not the According to Mrs. Wy, Mr. Brown r. ( # V marsh hen hunters mutt have
I tame but the story ran thuswisc. had returned to Jamaica a few their shotguns plugged to three
I On Saturday morning, a front months previously from Great : ":" ":< "shell capacity. Killes lire always
i page story with an unobtrusive Britain, where he had been gainfully ;? is?> I, prohibited Chen taking migratorybirds.
head noted that Mr I years Duck is not requiredfor
'r I tingle-column stamp
: &trnron:: drink front cocanut.
As a result, he travelerschecks BETTY ABBOTT tips a welcoming a marsh hens

in the amount of approximately : ... .- ,, < <** + f
$140 as well as a numberof y $ ; Australia's\ population is estimated -
good suits and pairs of shoes. to have pawed the I 11XX()( '
HOME LOANTALKS. The last! time Mrs. Wy had (MX) mark late last year.
!seen her brother was on the morning ANGLKR; : KROM CKOKCIA; i is Mrs. Evelyn Priest 1 of Augusta, who with members of her family,
of Friday, the day of his death, spent a vacation in Stuart last month She was an almost-daily visitor to St. Lucia: River bridge "I
when he had set out to obtain enjoy being hero whether I catch any fish or not, she said
for Mr. Wy' printing _, .. .. .
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business Mrs. Wy had no 1 r rI DRIYER'S LICENSE
by don herald idea as to how or why Mr. Brown DUR/NC/ YOUR 1 Nearly 8JOlll.lUOO( ) > ( rounds the of l PELICAN LANDSCAPEAND
had ever reached the goat-stealing 8iRTN YONTN cheese were imported
United States M )car.
t area.By Monday, the police had become NURSERYS
( interested in the affair, anda I }?
lie lerG S two-column, still page one story HEARING AIDS eclalis/! InLANDSCAPING f
stated that the local Criminal Investigation
Department would start Arounlkon said Zenith A
some investigating On the same 4
Jlva page was a story about Hurricane Srrvke 011 ad makei of (Innfrumtal" \
Cleo which at that time appearedto
be poised to sweep across Jamaica AARP-NRTA special. program byArotuflcoa DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
practically due east to west" t
and although the storm veered off Maintenance Supervision
to Haiti (and eventually Martin Free hearing .teat In home. or officeBallerlea
later that it took withit
County) day C..1 a.Y.ry -a/su-/
all further reference to Mr. Drsraww; cords snoUl

Brown and the goats, at least up to
the time that we left, a week later, Hearing Aid Center A Wide Selection of Plants

Don't let it be We thought, incidentally that Road Palm Dial 287.1918:
i we had been very smart on that 709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE: 461-31" Loop City
I Monday when we helped allay the i iL
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fear of tome other visitors, lest ----- ,
-tit I debt do red to hurricanes,by telling them
avoid You needn't us," at worry.indeed Hurricane Cleo did. L L I YouP Ford Dealers laying i his cars .oli the t tableFSouth's "

part"Ii't However, the took her revenge by
you tearing a piece out of the back-
tide of our house in. Rio three t Sttt4
days liter; naturally, while outback
natural to get romantic and was turned. _

sentimental and Impulsive when The weather wa far from ill
bent in Jamaica for the remainderof
you start looking for the home of
our stay, to that we felt disinclined i
your dream to travel too far from picturesque

I' But Ibis )is definitely one time Montego Bay, particularly s
a* we were told that King N
you should keep your head, because

you're getting into a 20 or Nevertheless I
25-year deaL to Ocho Rio accompanied by the s + Iv
Tom Finleyt, a Fort Lauderdale
: First Federal Savings of Vero couple who were our neighbor at
the Half Moon. ..m..
advise location,
Beach can you on
We hired a Ford Cortina from
construction and values, and thereis Hertz, and this reporter was elected r.
nobody better equipped to look I driver solely because he had I
I for years driven on the right tide
after your mortgage loan needs of the road in various part of the JAMAICAN WAITER deftly balance tray on his head alongside.

Service there is friendly and empire on which the sun used Mrs Tom Finley ot Fort Lauderdale best

fast Your loan there will cost you right never side to et of road When, of we course say the we __ .. _ ___ __ __ 1

lest because their initial financing mean the left, not the rifht, at inmost I how to get into reverse gear It I elimination assisted by sheer/ blind
costs (plainly revealed in advance) countries, which m wrong appeared that we would be able luck, Tom Funky found it. and
and interest rates are low and when the left i I. right While the to get away with this omission by Catastrophe was averted. Tom den, deals !
rest! of the party wa figuring this I circling; into the center Aisle of the dined to try hu luck at driving year-end
they allow you to reduce your total out, we started gaily on our way, parking lot. but unfortunately there back: to Montego Bay however
Interest costs by making advance happy that every few mile there wasn't quite enough room at the since he mil maintained that it
when was a sign stating, "Pleas remember end of the line without having to wasn't right to drive on the left,
payments on principal you to drive on the (eft." Sincewe move a massive pile of rubble but on the right, etc.. but we already
are able without penalty. were generally on the left we where a building addition was mentioned that

were all right going on.To On the way home we looked

....... Mrs ...... w M .,.... AH went screeching well" except sound for an whenwe occasional last driven and a police In at Runaway Bay, where a movie'
k .... x.41..1 ...4.i. .d &- constable both replied, "Yet," to "High" Wind Over Jarnaka" was
.w C.aw.u.. y- ay ...n N a.asea..ab tried to change gears without I in the final stages of filming, but -
w _. a.d add. wLl.a.n declutching, until w e reached our query. "Do you happen to work on that day. -
a1 3cho Riot, where we stopped for know where reverse to\ on this taw no gang i-- .
We later read that this was the
(Copyrighted 1964) unch. Then we remembered that carT. but failed to find it when third movie filmed in Jamaica this -i :;
we hadn't bothered to ask Just 'invited. Finally, l by a process of year and all bad one thing In com'
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which nukes sense if you
COMFORTABLE I II look at it the left way *I

MORTGAGE? JOHNS; FUNERflL HOME didn't Apart stray from very the far one from trip the.I Oven lit on clearance saving ei. '64 Super Torque
NASCAK ..nettf1t
If ..da..la.wtsww Fordt-wlnmng acts of this yeah race
Half Moon, where there was p1eo-
b.IIL b.vI.IY r..... '= loco smoothest, iteedfett, strong**!cert M their Liana
M GYM Ld..l at a..ab.rw : ry to do if you needed a rest and
...IYIr w.....v....M...e4f... a./.coil.P-4. ... I didnt want to do anything too :
Founded 1916 I ttreniMMM. One bad the dunce of i
I gulf, tennm.. swimming (pool orI
flout Vet Beck S 2-U73 I ocean), darts, uMe Uimn, tads I i
or hot sitting under a fan U the .
bar and reading.. We chow. Id* : ..

[FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS Experienced personnel. and saving Its energetic jut enough ftHtmt strength; thereby Io ; J .

It LOANASSOCIATION facilities I catch )jet back to Miami. oa
to Monday. Aug. II. and MIa (ugttf!)
!back so work Thursday.j sew log wttJi M end.f rne-yeer buy on a Our dea/wiee'slat! taring. sweeten lie
OF families of all faiths I ,,-!". .. '64 ,.fcM, America' favofrtc compact pot(lot you on a '64 (.ir1nk-.hadyr taw
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY j Though" *>...... lit a prairie '4W. delfwn IN qush.4 Ado 1ft Oa date qus priced: lot e mldat.-elte car Enjoy tportt
....3* bmtfy-ftuo/ ,!
i stale 4.000 jibs in 1M stale are economy that keep you to the dupe, car loom room

i JMJ 14th Ate Did MJ-2J7J I ; pendent on fore*_ _

Vet Bad ITorfctoI I ; : .' _.f BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS a'

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2-C 1WE STUART (Ha..) NEWS .'o1 '''t ,..,.,. ._ '" 'iJ

Thwedl S sealslq' RECENT BUILDING PERMITS ...1 .!altf J.,: .

(Aug. 24 Sept. 4)) 'r
Building' Permits .
ftr.ner! Location! ContractorCity 'DescriptionWa4 Amount "f.\1""* .,.. .

Total $ 7,400 of Stuart .

The ,R22.:!:! .ooo( permit for Publi' StephenAndrquIHe Wtd4ltolt sew joke Street MBC > 0Mt S 4.000( .'i f "
Supermarket i in Stuart bOoMed Inc. 745 ,petit Federal HiWwy. Lull t.r "PuWrnGcldwt k.t 225.000 y

building!! permits in Martin Coun.ly .. 11Ned. Oil Company 1225 touth Federal Highway Glasgow Bquipment Company ..... 400

I to !$237,400 last ..... Martin ,
County : ;
Three city permits touM $229-
400 und one county permit WMlor Oeorge Corlcy Gate ApoKtolopoulos ReciJcnoe 8,000

in SHOWED REFRIGERATED Florida Refrigerated: totaled BIG warehouse 62,000,000 GAIN SPACE cubic space I Hmerala l! iI ing Section I 4 4L

feet by the end of lost year regii- r r *
'Bring a 22 per cent gain in two k

of Iv\c-nrs I Commerce Busincsi,. the Florida Review reported State released in its Chamber week.recently. I r Window Walls Give Impression;; ; of Largeness /L'*4' ;ri r Wt1 x

srSrtarwuaassasaeasassm ; f R i ia r
The first group of figuresin a
Atlantic 7.0363 the house number represents <

c.......... '1... the square feet of Ova-
able area In the borne ((The
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riiimkhii .11. other group is an office num.
5 rip Cut ber.) According to Jan Rein { ti ,, st
'T. lire.,.. ber.) Consult a local con. t*}

E......... lunllmi. tractor building for coots.in estimate of
Motor Bru..ko. For Black .A DockoP
Skill. ToriMP Coblo and 0.....
0. n. DrIve On. Mil. Nonla
JENSEN aEACNIlealhcote Home No. 739-139 ti s,

A small family may find in this 4 r
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738-square-foot easy-to-build rectangle :44
juit ,the right plan to satisfy .x l -
Nurseries its needs and preferences for --- -- 't!-+ tr'

an easy and pleasant life in a warm The master bedroom (UVi by
Architect Designed Landscaping. region This is one of the smallest 10'/4' feet in size) has three windows BEDROOM EDROOM10x
Oriental Design A Specialty, homes shown in this collection yet and a 5-foot closet. There y/i /6x 136L
Complete Line of Ornamental the high ceiling, combined with the ;
is cross ventilation here and adequate N
Plant Material "The Indian extensive "window walls," givesit ,
River Area's Oldest space for bedroom furni .r
Landscape a spacious look usually encotmt- ,
Nursery Our 311!h Y ar.w Turn wed in large and expensive' houses ture. The second bedroom has two \
Right off U.s. 1 at UndUey This window-wall on the street jalousie windows and a 4-foot aoA
Lumber lit Fort Pierce! Phone side of the living-dining area is closet: A coat closet may easily 0 toRR
HOward 1.5332.METAL. composed of fixed and movable be built between the kitchen and I.
of glass reaching to the
panes and (he living room, if desired There
ceiling weather by the protected wide roof from overhang.One the. (Is 40( square feet of storage space COOLING OFF. People Brent the only ones who like to go bathing in the hot summertime. This
enters this house througha located at the hack of carport. CARPORT S aI plack Angus cow was snapped by a Stuart News photographer enjoying a dip in the St. Luck Canal

We Are Worker In Metal 10 by 10-foot terrauo-paved This could include laundry appliances PORCH
,IF WE DONT HAVE IT screened porch or by a 32-inch- (LN), as well as offering DINING LIVING
WE CAN MAKE IT wide jalousie door from the car storage for garden equipment and .r5 II>< II/ (IS I5 Get License for
port to the kitchen. The 11 by tools. This utility room has access Fresh Water Now
15-foot living room has cross ventilation Into both the carport: and gardcu.! 14 FRONT "ttton Io -
through the jalousie lec On the exterior the Wide eaves Fishermen are now able to ob-
lions of the front window-wall and of the gently pitched saddle roof to this most livable and ecoDomical Fifty-second Street North St. Pet ain the new fresh water sport
another jalousie window on th< extend m one unbroken line, over home for a small family. I ersburg, Fla. 33710. Reiner is the fishing rules and regulations and
I side wall, beyond the porch. Thereis the entire 44-foot-wide front and Home No. 738-139 was design. editor of Florida Homes maga licenses at the offices of all coun- Motors Rewound
STUART PLUMBING ample wall space for furniture give a special neatness and attrac* ed by architect Jan Reiner 1000- zine. ty judges and their authorized fishing Home Wiring & Outlets
8t METAL WORKS and pictures in this airy room the license agents.
BM Me ATUntte T-eifl StiwH ceiling of which follows the gently Nominating Con,niltee Busy couraging travel over the entire Ucense fees are $3 for resi.I Water Pump RepairsOPEN
sloping roof line. route.
lents, $8 for non-residents. A nonresident -
The front( portion of the kitchen The Stuart Chamber of Commerce I fourteen-day continuous ALL DAY WEDNESDAY d
COMPLETE REPAIRS (along the window) Is reserved Chamber of Commerce in board voted to go along with license is $3.25, and a non-resident
AND CONSTRUCTION for informal dining and may be I the idea of extending the Trail, five-day continuous fishing licenseis

left open into the living room, or but to hold up on committment 220..... ... .. .... .,,,.,. .. .
te '" '
rnay separated from jt by a 60InchVide { Report tq 1l1nt\\ >rpin1zation until h I -ED
fil by ManagingHead
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Ji : folding door (zigza/on more facts are firmed up for con. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST
plan). Incidentally, the door between sideration.
the kitchen and the bedroom By ROSALEEN MURRAY to do Is ask. Our thanks to all who Another meeting will be held CHURCH INCORPORATED
1 t hall Is also optional. The 714- Manager Spurt C. of C. have contributed to Its expense. Sept. 21 In Cocoa: Beach to appraise Secretary of State Tom Adams
foot-long L-shoped; counter in this Additional gifts are more than welcome opinions of I the various has announced the chartering of j
I kitchen MS a double sink (S) under Annual election ,time is )lit sight chamber boards.A Mount. Zion Baptist Church of HIGBEE ELECTRIC
the window, and a 30-Inch of the ndluntown. Incorporated. S u b !
U. C. LINDSEY rangeR once more, with a nominating ( ?nether representatives from complimentary? copy
( ) with | fun and hood! over it, committee \ ) new Martin County High School scribers are I,. C. Howard Riley
appojntcdlo: recommend Feroandma Beach to Port Salerno
LICENSED FREE ESTIMATE- )INJURED is next to I the refrigerator (RF). / year book has been presented to lcK.inzen and Robert Thompson, 327 OSCEOLA \
slate of officers he 1964- me! in Melbourne recently to explore
FLUMBINa CONTRACTOR Wall cabinet* an shown dottedon a fur ( the chamber. This excellent production aU of Indiantown.
DIAL M7-4UI plan. 65 year to begin Oct. 1. Joe Fin- the Idea of forming an association is a welcome addition to '"
Icy 1 IA chairman j: to promote Highway
--- -- information where
:- - v and Bob' CJreene.wiE Members suggestions Ali, travel as a scenic route. our center many
inquiries on our school system are
Tops In Design to this welcome The road from the northern received from residents .
prospective .. ,
Complete or you may niail names In. entrance\ to the state to Daytona and teachers. it;
Election will be on,; Sept. 28. Bqbch is already known and pro-
KINGSIGNS AutomodrsR Our new color jfilm "City by noted) as Buccaneer Trail. The federal government administers
(he St. l.ucit,'' is now In hand Each area would continue to overseas schools in twenty-
;pldrr and milaMe fee showing to groups promote its own particular strong eight countries staffed by 6,300

at- home or abroad..Ath-you-.-have-.points?!. while_at the same time en-.. teachers.
make you new set aMOT
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If you are financing your acquisition : :

tf real estate, ask; us for a quotation of
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Policy :ring policies for both your title as owner I \ ,

or m HiJ for your mortgage lender. the old set Into the kids' room or den for added HARMONY
No abstract is required for determination \...,: '
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ance underwriter agency: The delays for k t I than ever.now..and it eerta yea leee to enjoy. Became the recent
the copying of public; recon 4) into abstract .I'i 'j $10 million rat reduction now make the average prfc. paid per
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.U-TlM' bohuto Martta Cw .ty AOM. for | GOTTA DANDY" )yelled Leroy Corky Sr. as he fished tear. St. fuse River. bndfs e..
UWVEM Tina iNSuaANCK coaroaATiow morning .last month. mafjae bis and The photographer's disappointment when btf came up with FLORIDA POWER & UIIT I COMPANY.
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1 t>.J&......,"' ....<< Only Twenty of Species Survive THE STUART (Florid) NEW

NEWSMRS. Jupiter Town Council Thursday' September 10, 1964 3-C'

.. ANNA MINEAR Comt>po.dftlt Phone 74tV4 43 Conducts Busy Session Everglades Kite Is Making Its For Beauty I II II Ii

COAST GUARD OFFICER cees Boss Night diner, according Jupiter Town Council heard 'be housed in the oM pout offte'

TO ADDRESS YOU to plans made at Jaycee: meeting a recommendation from in plan. I building on Center Street Last Stand in the Loxahatchee I

Lieutenant James A. Blake Thursday night fling board at Tu adays meeting. F lowing( a report from G*., '
USCG, commander of the Jupiter Lieutenant Blake wiH speak on that the plan of Loxahfttchee River and Jenson West Palm .Beech en.

Loran Station will be the guest ''the United Stales. Com Guard Marina for a steel huiMmg he I gineermg firm the coromiastoneru The rasping chatter of the' Fvcrglatle '. highiilntude performance One

speaker at the Jupiter Area Jay Academy. The dinner will be held accepted. >ted 10 award the coasract Knew >r kite is fading inttkn.c, ,
\RIHN: CLUB !MEETS eyewitness wrote: Presently two
Commissioner E4win Pwdanen' for die Taw' ? .
on Sept. 17 at Sum-Sands. Dale I less than twenty of the h. wk
Bkxhoe, Jaycee publicity chairman pointed' out that the pieaent. uiklIn I Hill to Boys Rflofang Comp> Travelers Palm' Garden (luh like "birds" survive in the ruled' kites circled' above darting at each
GA STORAGE has announced. code does not allow metal of West Palm Beach. The won t hiM MS first meeting of the Elites, according to the Interior other from" time to time. Occusionally .
Jaycees also approved plans for I buildings east of U. S. ties- 1. in "as to start imlMlfia ly. winter !season' at Salhavcn Tucsda Department'* Bureau of Sports one would turn on its I

WAREHOUSE a "Get Out the Vote" campaign : the lengthy discussion" which fed An ordinance to di sage th ) when members gathered for Fisheries and WI dlih. Most live Mth and stretch out IM .legs a* if

in November, the Christmas Parade lowed. Loxahatthce Marina own hours on the sale of iMoxicatin I .1 i luncheon They dreaded to rcprec in the LoxaholohM National \\'ikl. to grapple then, one .kite. circled

Storage by the a yearly Jaycee event, anda en, Messrs Clack and Spender' be\era,*. to coincide with thos 'sent their !secret desire and the life Refuge. a 228-nqu.remdr watery upwards and reaching a consideraMc I
party with the Stuart Jayeees in pointed out that many similar Med Juno and T *weta was appro varied costumes were greeted with I wilderness sotithwutt ol Palm I elevation dove' swiftly downwards i
Day Week October I buildings had been erected in the on first rtadmg much merriment Beach with wings tucked, tomer ,

I Fort Laudcrdale and Pompano An annexation ordinance, whicl h Mrs. Kenneth Horne Sr.. wonr I smutting end over end. This man r !
Month Year Mr Betty Bush and Mrs Alice area and were not only Attractive I has been under coniidcratkin fo first prize as an Indian maiden, Once Florida a common marwtends sight skimmingover I the euver was repeated several times, i '\

Martyn returned Friday from Jamaica i looking but storm worthy as proven some! time was aim approved 01 i Mrs Frank J. Doty took second faces I the bird crying out at the same
USED FURNITURE where their vacation was by their bout with Clco I II : dirk gray bird now etlmclion moment in fashion
(first readi...: The land to !be annexed aa doctor with Mrs Folme a bleating very !
APPLIANCES interrupted by Cleo In spite of I Philip Weaver and Charles Kalis -I lies west of Pennock L nand e Sortnson placing third a* a tap because is destroying\ Us a"natural a m pdrainage I I much like a sheep : !That Is You.

AlA GOLDEN GATE the storm, Mrs. Bush and Mrs of the planning board, also ;: mouth of Jupiter River Estate'Postal dancer Honorable mention went food '
and of
Martyn saw much of the island spoke of their reasons for approving I .to Mrs. Alfred Weeks as Pete habitat "source I I
The kite dines exclusively ANNOUNCING

PROMPT EFFICIENT. structures the building had saying proven that metal their i t:I Hall Pan.Fifty I members and guests gathered freshwater Everglades on snail a single Pmwicea species: calltil-ol I RFOPENINOMIRFLA1NK I I j jI

strength, and that marina plans I Village for the luncheon. Mrs Wil Pelican -
I anti The large arc
were for an acceptable kicking hum Cullaspie and Salhaven re l
b our first aim. Charge are secondaryand only in the shallows of permanent I John !\IOIIJe I
building. Loxahatchee Marina was Station dents were among the"- guestsIIIRF R. y, Mgr I
moderate. Boomer Boat freshwater marshes' the NationalCeoaraphic Boarding Week
formerly Company i Day Beauty Salon
YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE Marina The marina, owner will I I AND TIIFRF. Society says. MonthObrdlfitre [

apply for a variance to allow the For Tequesta Mr and Mrs Chester Jenkins As man takes )land and wutu I I
for and the mnrshes
cities farms
of I bUild. Evnlng AppolnrmtatljTtlce
construction the a I e e TrambgCronmlng by
MERCHANTSCREDIT and their three sons of Inngua. dry the snails die and sIt e
i in,; In. spite of communion opposition -, Plans for a new Village\ Hall. foiTequtsta r,. The Bahamas. were recent visitors kites"r.disappear Lone hope f for the ; \ Clark Claire Sm.toe'''

1 at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Allan kite. according to ornithologistsis .
poMal subsin
BUREAU The Civil Defense I and for { \ Slog S. Federal Highway 115 OSCFOLA AT 7-J4I4
report 0 n Drive .
Bruce ,
lion for the Village have recent!) to restore and maintain nde Fort Pierce Phone 464-J378
the results of Clco locally showed i been announced Mrs Jenkins and Mrs Bruce are quale water areas where the snails .-- -" -.
"MARTIN COUNTTS LEADING CREDIT BUREAU a property damage of S12000 to twin sisters. birds
can flourish and the can
$15000" but no casualties, andno I The Village Hall plans will I'C
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING STUART one hospitalized.The shown at the Village Council meeting Mr. and Mrs James E H.lcr-,! find ample marsh veit'tatiolf'r xM'e" +rwaAN

: .. I the Junior Citizens building man Center Street announce the nest ng. ;
council voted gut or :5300to : I in in the United Si. z j sVJi,
Sept 14 An artists dr.winethe ] birth' of a daughter Anne Marie Though rare ikt gw i r r o q, ,(
the who aid
Jupiter Boosters I of Village Hall by Architoci t A daughter was also' horn to Mr,, the fverglado kilo (KmlrhuniusNnclMhill
in the school athletic program by I I Dillurd Duff shows a large attractive and Mrs Robert J. McKlnney of plnmheus) Is umim inty .

purchasing. equipment and supplies -I building to h o u I' the Mithview (Drive She was named seen in parts of Cuba, Mexico ;le t rr' m I Ftrv
administrative offices of the village Bohhie' Leone. and Central and. South America.The is l
for the monthof I ar
Building permit kite feeds dur A I
in the east section the police I Another new arrival is daugh Everglades ; ... .
CALLINGLONG August amounted to $96.173 cool and \VVnit I ii V l4-Itst
the early morning
which included $25000) for five I department In the wed section and' ten.. Laurie Christine, of Mr and evening log hours when the snaitcrone 4Atwaya
portable classrooms! and $63,8X( ) 'an assembly r'OI'Iith' a seating Mrs. I., R. CouHino Willow Road.
[ crawl
out of the water to
for three dwellings I capacity of approximately 100persons ) Mr and Mrs. James B Ranme of .
.. Plans made for the I in the center section Dover Road are the proud parentsof on the long marsh grasses. The
were resurfacing -
DISTANCE hind skims along at level, s
? grassteip
The will 200 James David,
of Scabrook Road a s building occupy a son head cocked: in march Quickly
the first slop m getting the street! I feet on Tequesta Drive betweenthe
Airman Second Class Jeff Meska swooping down on its prev, the
In Jupiter-m-the-Pines In g o o ishape .I Beacon building and the Wa son of Mr and. Mrs John Meska kite[ seine the snail with its bright .,., ,
315 feel This
ter deep
Company PutkKxk Circle: and a recent red talons and carries It to a nearby ,
n ..MM1aetectw. of traded Volks......
site the
Gerald OI was given a was given to village by
eary graduate of special services bush or mound The kites
permit for a pool hall which will Vacation. Homes Inc.. William : hilt left for an extended tour of king sharply-hooked hill can extract 1- 30 D\Y UISCONDIIIONAL:"' GUARANTEE:
Help Yourself to Schltiscmeyer! president In I9nl -
I duly in Turkey. laity mollusks" 'n.mt. h e t l "J 9 Volkswagen \'oa'''aaf. tOACMallnn
I A 'forty-four by fifty foot garage Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bog shell 'faster than a Frenchman can Wagon $5959.ft O 7s)
is to be constructed went and "

Better Service I! Legion Auxiliary north of the main building which= i I guests Philadelphia their grandma Drive, have Jar as Bogg their say Kites"escargot often prefer to dine atone ;'Xm""ahl"SH95 ir! ,,"e" $1195

: will house a Jupiter Volunteer lire also James Polilo and James ffvorito perch, perhaps a tall ,

I Projects Many Department truck and maintenance Burke The' three young men aretighixreing slake or bush. 1 he base is usually, > >
equipment materials and supplies on the gold coast, with >itod high, with the shells of a 5* Kantian Chla (AnC s 9 Volkswagen $495
of the village I trips la MI.mi.n, the Key and thousand 1 past meals Hardtop yyj Pkkup Truck
Mrs William Sauter entertain
The Village Council has approved the B ihitmn*. Bogg and Polno are When not eating, the Fversliulcs '&J
Volkswagen Volkswagen
ed the American Legion Auxiliary the of $148,(XX() lOflC
issue m student at University of Illinois kite delights In using his broad Seda $ 1 JJ3 $1495ST.
her home Pen- lh.ar.ol
Thursday at on excise revenue bonds for financing -
j I while Burke toe* to Southern 1111.! wings and square tail to ride thermo
nock Point Road. this capital improvement, nois. Their homes are In Pilot .1 air currents On warm days, the
It was announced that the Jupijtcr which will be paid off by a por Park, III. bird sometime hovers nearly mo- LUCIE MOTORS
Urn No 271, won the non- tion of the excise.. taxes, franchise
I Ion in District 9 for being the taxes and cigarette lax !being collecled I Mr and! Mrs. Maldwyn V Parry tl Ion lets for hours 2MK OKIK1IOBIF. HO.VI!) PHONE HO 1-404JI
and their Chris. of Sanford The Everglades. kite enjoy an
first reach 100 cent i ton
unit to per by the village The boostshave
I the labor weekend xceptionally long season
this I
membership year. been purchased by Sullivan with Mr and Mr Lloyd OMmear "which extend from January FORT PIERCE
,V.r ass I Misses Cindi Pennock. and Jane Nelson and Gas of t West Palm; I may
; at their home on Laird to June
Girls from
Karmtie. State delegates Beach dealers in municipal bondsThe .
++the Jupiter area gave interesting od w postaL "u >'Haln' >n, I Lane. a.._--- Courtship. a'-._ a spectacular: : ._ 1/
= = = !
j i talks on theft experiences' at Girls which has !been under consideration u
State They were' !sponsored' by the for some lime because" of the

| Auxiliary rapid growth of the area, will be.
I DIAL Mrs. Michael Sholtis reportedon come a reality in the near future,
g ; J ,4 4 the Ninth District School of Postmaster George( Southard will
Instruction for officers and tom.I be authorized to advertise for bids

| mines chairmen held: at the Rood- for the operation of t the proposed
Williams Post home here I last j
1 station at awn a additional' Information -
month One hundred and five delegates is In the hands! of Regional ,
from twenty-two units attend Postal Director C B. Clad.
i ed. Mrs. Sholtis said den of Atlanta
I The gifts and money for the Mayor Cecil: (Zeke) Cornelius \
Gift Shop project annual gifts to hal been working closely! with Congressman .:

the men in veteran hospitals are Paul Rogers on the Installation ,
I to be in at the next meeting which of the facility for sometime !
will be held at the home of Mrs .
Harlow Rood, Mrs. John Lich J
announced PUSH \vTl7)K
I A gift of The American Heri- AIUSFUM I ;'{t

I I Ugc" magazine was given t toI ./' 1I
L B. Clark of the
manager I +
Jupiter School Library again this
I ,
Chamber of
u& Jupiter-Tequesta
and plans are !being madeto I
year Commerce and member" of the Cecuttve ,- I P
assist in furnishing the utensilsfor
S "try i p pI council for the American I s t
1 the Legion Home kitchen.
I Museum of Marine Archaeology
I STtJDf.S1'SUTlrR I C : and tawrence Cain, committee ,1 +
member met with J. P. fieldingof
Paint Beach and Charles liar-
v Many of our college folk have net. director of the museum.. In

then dial the left for school and others will Orlando Thursday' to finalize the '! 1
leave In the"- next two week Among, contract: for raising of funds.
A area code of the .
I them are John Beck Barbara Ren-I The meeting was a definite step I
+ city you're calling I singer and Judy Traendly Un > forward in the work on the proposed

trk'r' rf different | versitv of Flor da; Norma Bell I "' museum, which will be lorated -
y from Florida Slate University: Larryl i on the oceanfront Palm
*, Stinger, Ckmson College; Susan Beach County Park on AlA I Highway 1 t
x Brown and Tom Sawyer Florida here

Southern': John Traendly and Bar Mr Harnett, who will he the

rett Taft George Tech; Greg director of the: proposed museum,
I Coar. Princeton: Ronald MuMig, le affiliated with Martin Aircraft Watch Savings
AuburnDan Kleisef University Company. In Orlando and Is an your
of Florida; Becky Mills. MiddleTennessee experienced marine scientist
Slate College and James STORK SHOVIIR

Rany. Western Kentucky State Mrs Ciordcn Swenson" and Mrs. mount. with dividends
Palm Beach Junior Codete.. has Thomas Warwick entertained m .
a tarp representation of Jupiter honor of Mrs Allan 1 Bruce at .
and Tequesia' young people !Someof the Swemon home Thursday The flew
P Make those plans a
these areFrance* Baldock

Linda Robbw Eugene Rainvilte occasion Mrs. Bruce.was Attending a stork snowtr were Mrs.for I car, new home or extended tnri. Hut

I I Ken Allen Davis Adair, Gerald Benny Olwn.MannefleU Robert Read Robert Jr A., Di Mrs...*v Mrs Stanley L Ohio Henry first open a saving* account with any %

dements, Marie Sardinia, Mrs amount small large and
rynUi. Mrs. Lenient EarnesC or buildup IV;
Keren Earner. Barry Farmer, Bob
Bruce Moore Mrs N, F Porto.
Corner and diaries Butler Mrs. Sam A. Stephen Jr" Mrs. savings through a regular plan. 1)JVadcnds l 4

I I OBITUARY- George Pmder Mrs. Ronald. Dr nr are guaranteed, saving arc in*

dial thenumber ,t, FLUE IIUVirR ...Hartley. Mrs..R Mr T.*, Koch BarNua M..AMxrtt.. Henry surcd and services arc so convcncnttat .

of the Ellie Hunter, who was seriously am] Mrs Patricia Vtarp of the First Federal. Open an account DIVIDEND RATE

person you'recalling. I burned M the eiptowon! and Palm Beache PER AV>UIiii
fire at hw home on LimestoneRoad today! .>

.. died Sunday Survivors include DJRFC10R.UMXA1ION.CIRISIIAN' '
its I b. .!.Iow. Vero Jupiter. ;

1 a son Louis, Jupiter; tvttn, Odcfl TV MiSs annnuncro1 that Dorothy
tk Owens Dclray Beach. Mrs. Ruby ol
Schmidt the director
Lye sail Lesvrleen Robinson, Salisbury AIIfWsAk T At1 ,
Christian Education!, : for the Peoples n i. ,
; Dei-
Mil brothers Hurtle
ray lkadl, Low;*. AUwvilW... Rom Ongrepuonal hurch If at- CiD, SttOf MAnIKtO. ",' ." ,
riving .
Yes. dial direct and get the as. ilea Cove, N Y. Artia !_. Mme, Friday Schmtdt who .KM .keen : /'fI'
Angeles. Rev P H Hunter s. '. iI
doing svnrt lor the
fastest service at the low station- .--.. said four graadchjUren. youth"" in Cincinnaii this
Service were held Saturday in City US. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AV1 NUB '
,.1Idua1lM of Heideftwrg -
to-station rate' For complete aUrnweO. S. C summer CMkge N a torn Ohio' She

information consult received her bachelor t, of era degree
dialing PROPER OWNI MersfreehoUen in Religious Education from Open Daily 9 lI.m.lo 3 p.m.

your telephone directory. RLGISITJIINGReghrnrbns InlHnerg. svhtch is '

'or property ..... with the L eked Church Friday Evenings/ S p.m. to ? p.m.
are .king. Wan at A natittf of St a'M..1
des Town Hap day. Mrs Gas Mir; Schmidt brings the "
Southern Bell Sorenson. town drib. ha l a- nee of summer work Closed Saturday STUART, FLO ID8"'J" aji4tef! th t( 1JUPITER

BOuncedL Citizens may also. reties' Inner CinC1Iur'cfIn of an.-I
0.-.4 W 1 hIM tar there *. sx>se. The boete wig land at wee as Cmetnfwti
w Ice apett Mdl Octeber. i new work. her I

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'. SEPTEMBER: : 10, 1964 A Real Solution:

PuWmbcd every Thursday at 111 EDt Ocean Boulevard Give/ the Bridges'Romance'Names .
1 yrru
Stuart, Martin County, Florida

Entered u econd--claas: mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida

... MEMBER OP I f fIf



_AUDIT BUREAU OP CIRCULATIONS suggest naming a bridge for me in a recent
Miami Herald column but in all candor -
GORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS Editor even if his flattering idea had a chance -

I sincerely would not want it. thank Jim for
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two yean holding me in the esteem which prompted him,

$8.50. (Subscriber living Dart of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) and those of my friends who seconded the m

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9 30, motion, but herewith refuse to be nominated.
Six months $2.75, three months $1.75. : <, .' .1

Foreign and Canadian rates on application A MAN'S NAME is the only thing he a .;1,

possesses' which is distinctly his and, so far

as I am concerned, mine applies only to me.I 7 (t

Rogers and Parfitt Explain Procedure I like it on the masthead of The Stuart News ,*,1." .. v' .
and on special things I write detent it on
truffle tickets and abhor it on barns and t:, ;'tJ;: ,'" ..

We're Closer to Inlet, Although bridges.. That Ought to settle that. "' \ .

... It's Still a Long Way in Future River"ST.Bridge'LUCIE are RIVER our best Bridge'bets and for "Indian naming \\t 'It,;." ,{ ," fig "sN AA'QUISI'I'ION 't'.:... ,( -; 'f '",1.t.f t 4>,,%.,./$

the two a* yet unnamed spans II .". (' .. ,>(,t :" ," ...; '/
..,. !(t, _..
,,, :
The visit Stuart lust of Con. will be : < Ji.I. '
to Saturday filled and St Lucre Inlet will be directly A WORD of truth is not amiss.. There was :
Pressman!! Paul Rogers and District EngineerH linked with two federal
R. Parfitt indthe,fiersonul' inspection of the I Intracoustal I Waterway and the Okeecho- a time when the bridges could have been of ocean beach like this as a state park south of and to solving the beach erosion problem on Jupiter Island by a

Si Lucie Inlet which followed means: in bee Waterway named for people. That was back in 1958 St Lucie Inlet could be the key to getting the '.inlet improved sand transfer plant lit the Inlet.
when they were dedicated. Like the Merrill
essence that the St, Lucie I Inlet project Is still Then there will be but one remaining obstacle Barber Bridge at Vero Beach honoring the --

alive.They toward securing the large inlet plan, State Senator who secured it, ours should Allowing this beauty spot to be it was for those women who had I
Came to tell the community about the which will be lowering the ratio of local costs have been named the Evans Crary Bridges in s marred. not mats,, just enough cloth to

emergency project which will result! in a six- by putting four miles of wild ocean beach to tribute to Senator Crary, whose yeoman work Alfred C Morneweck, make a wrap around skirt, spread LET'S LAUGH
foot channel from the Crossroad to tho the south in the public province for pork ut Tallahassee brought them into being I1ETTERSTQIHEEDITQR between her and the earth! Five

government cut through the reef and the purposes One mile has already been deededto (ORIISS PRAISES nights, too! How many love their 1 I

deepening of that cut to its project maintenance the Florida Audubon Society If the additional WSl U'S EFFORTS Lord that much where you live? "I I don't like to say anythingthat
depth of ten feeL Actually it will be three miles can be secured by the IF THERE were to be two names for Editor Stuart News: They are already talking of another might embarrass the summer
the double could have been
eleven feet with one foot overdraught state for a seashore park, it will lower local spun. nothing I think that Less Combs and camp: next year, camping boarders," said an old farmer to
Both Congressman and Colonel cost much more fitting than to have honored in his life- the same way. The church should his new hired man "If I frownat
Rogers participation by 1111 as $1,000,000.
The ex those all his crew at WSTU rate heartywelldone"
Parfitt candidly stated that this would not Although it is still somewhere in the future, lime Commodore Stanley Kitching. the Grand of the opinions writers: If predesired;: t'I letter for the manner in be sporting a full cement floor you when we are at the table,
Old Man of the both then and benches "
by perhaps some
solve our problems It is an opening, wedge the chance to get the inlet now appear much Waterways They were are printed above a nom which make better "
but sleeping
there the
at ribbon-cutting we as a people, "All right, replied the hired
toward an eventual solution better than they did a few months ago but never without The News know coverage! of CleoI .
The next Mep is to have Congress approve As The News has repeatedly said a sea were not big enough to cut through the political ing the name of the writer Let. I know that I I. for one. had my man "I don't like to say muchmyself.
clouds of the time and insist that what was 1 keep busy and well and enjoy If I frown back at you,
maintenance of the channel cleared with shore park to the south of the inlet is the ten sent in anonymously are filed radio on most of the lime I'm work much. I '
seemly and right be done my very am that means I ain't goin to stop:
In the basket The
emergency funds, by approving, a project to key to ,an improved inlet and to the curbingof proper waste lure it was rather comforting to amazed how fast this year has Reporter, Montrose, Pa.
which Martin County has already agreed beach erosion on Jupiter Island EXTEND: HUNKS 10 many people during the long dark gone and know the next two will .

This will mean that the "milliin, link" Now let'* all work together to get it SO NOW THAT we have muffed our RANK rOKSBtRG: hours to hear the friendly and go as fast I believe my women are "My daughter is having: her
chance-having failed to do whut w. should informative chatter from our local, understanding the Bible more and '
Editor Stert: ; News: radio station. It to the voice cultivated:
kept us up
have done when the dedicatedwe
spans were therefore are'Cry glad for our ".Is it "
have missed' the boat entirely and are ,going Through your paper, The Stuart minute on what was going on and classes together. It was so good "Its growing improving She usedto .
News would like to send helped us relax with a cheerful stronger.
have catch another To it we a"thankyou" to see so of our missionaries
to to put glumly, many be heard only two apartments
Value of Florida Marshes StressedIn if we weren't t big enough to accord the honorto bouquet to our friend, calmness.I at our conference the end of away Now we complaints from
Frank For heri. of Jensen Beach I recall Ed Clay I think, telling
I April but I missed; Ray more then "
those who deserved it at the time, we must away off in the next building, -
that of the wives
Having heard news of the impending us some were
than when
I back to the field.
forget all other human personalities, from Hurricane out there, aiding gallantly taking got Bulletin, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Report by the Game CommissionA My Lord is very good to me and Canada.
Clco 0 n Wednesday afternoon, care of their husbands. But in my so real and precious .
IF WE ARE serious about naming the Frank took some of his men from mind I could hear an imaginary Our mail is very uncertain-
marsh ii more thun a patch of wet Fishermen will be interested in the study spans, there i Is a wonderful solution close at their regular work to help us all conversation something like "Andif sometimes we have had to wait A manufacturing company: engaged
for Clco visit. The crew you think you're going to leave a public-relations m a 'n to
hand All should have behind prepare almost three weeks for it and it is
names a
and with sufficient water be of the stomach of 220 bass Seven story
along can
grass Everglades visited about thirty-eight homes me all alone out here in this house! often find an Indian who could send
the most important factor In the production of ty-one contained no food and the remaining them. If they are to stick That is why "The here in Jensen Beach, to offer with a hurricane coming-you're does arrive very disappointing and has so little it smoke signals to promote a new

I i fresh water game fish j Just how Important is contained one or more food items Identifiable Ten Cents Bridge" and "The Two Bits Bridge"cling help where needed. crazy!I"Well for me. I know live very in a very product Unable to find such an

being determined by Walt Dineen and Loren food items, in order of Iheir frequency were: now like barnacles In the public mind 1 I'm sure that the rest of our anyway, it was a swell job busy world, but you even t note from Indian readily, the man decidedto
'Flugg, fisheries biologist with the Game and 401 fresh water shrimp; 46 small fish and We all remember the dimes we handed the neighbors join us in this little They deserve a lot of credit you would bring great joy and ask individuals Stopping the
\ toll collectors on the Si Lucie and the W. G Corliss first Indian he met, he asked
Fresh Water Fish Commission minnows; 27 insects' ; S crayfish; 2 sulumand- spun 'thank you Frankl"Sincerely ) keep me up on your news. We
The Everglades impoundment fisheries In. era; I frog: and 1 snake Forty-six percent of quarter we passed to the attendants on the need your prayer help" too, and "What do you do when you want
vestigation headed by Dineen, coven loch subjects the buss which contained food Included! high bridge over the Indian River If w< can Ed and Lillie Kmsclla, DEDICATED !MISSIONARY so do our native Christians 1 to send a message" to somebodyon
forget the small change, and ,take a bigger Jensen Beach 1FLI.S ABOUT WORK wish I could as thrillingan the next mesa?
a* determining the effect of fluctuating shrimp as a food Item. The biologists noteda give you the Indian 1
water on fresh water fish spawning characterjstici significant change in the feeding habits of view, there are many. romantic label with account of the meeting of the use the telephone What do

and "requirements: pf fresh water fish, bass during periods of dry weather when stories behind them which would fit the THINKS M\\COS' MJSf1I'J.'CON'"n Editor's note: Lillian Braun pastors and delegates of our fourEastern d01-: (.....;sMaalretwd. let you
j fish population study study of effects W f ditching marshes are dry as compared to periods when bridges well 'arto..;r 4ivctftiiTteHiHSRippellA : .' : MUtE with her hmBunJ; die late Ray stations t but there Were a .
Braun who last few who were not of one heart
and diking on fish, bottom fauna study of the marshes are flooded Editor Stuart News: ,served as passed missionaries away in and mind so the regional associ! A motorist saw a sign on a serve
the Everglades and associated canals, stomach The fish population study has shown a FAMIUAR sight on the St. Lucie 1 wonder what kind of reports year Central Africa for approximate! ation was formed 1 tell you this ice station Last chance for 28-

analysis study of the bass in the marsh and canal with no marsh/ produced the least Bridge for two or three years has been a folks who sent mangos North by ly forty' years. When on furlough so you will know there is need cent gas State line one mile." He

Canals of the Everglades and collection of eco amount of fish ((84 pounds per acre). A canul beautiful white heron that has made friends mail got back from folks who in the states they frequently of prayer help for these, who are stopped had his tank filled then

nomic data in the Everglades conservation with a marsh available only during the rainy with fishermen It mooches bits of bait and received them? visited in Martin and in places of great responsibility! in asked: "How" much it gu across
'areas months produced an intermediate amount offish perches on the rails to watch: the passing curs. Some that I sent well packed in St. Lucie Counties, and have our churches. New responsibilities the line? Twenty two cents: replied -

According to Dinecn/the investigation thus ((200:! pounds per acre). Canals with a year a sturdy box were reported rotten been speakers at the First Baptist are so much greater than they the attendant The Rotar-
far has shown thut fluctuating water levels round marsh produced the highest amount offish "WHITE HERON BRIDGE" would be a upon arrival and the recipients Church of Stuart Jensen ever had been before So there graph, Harnsonburg, Va,

seem to bo the key to good fishing in the ((588 pounds per acre). The study also indicated .i romantic mime with a story behind it that said it looked like someone had Community Church and before are growing pains! ,
would the thousands Of Audu. sat on the box,. other groups The following letter Sincerely yours in His Employer: "Why do you ask fora
Everglades' It is definitely known that a canal that the deeper marshes produced the appeal to many "
That box was lent to a s m a I 11 I which will be of interestto raise?
which borders on a marsh. which fluctuates most! fish Marshes of the three foot depth bonites and others who are thrilled by our
"Sir I wouldn't
it took Employe:
town near St Louis and those in this area who know Lillian Y Braun
in water level and periodically forces the marsh produced 70 pounds per acre white the shallow Florida water birds It is a name that would a week to make the trip. them was received by Mrs. for a raise" but somehow my kids

population into the canul, will have a much marshes front 12 to 15 Inches deep only stick and thai would grow in legend and Why should it require a week Barbara Ferson: PRAISES STEPIIFN AND found out that other families eat

higher poundage of fiats per acre and much produced 1 13 pound per acre. could aid the cause of wildlife conservation for parcel post to travel from CAROL SCHMIDT: three tunes a day.-The Rise, Riverside )

better fishing than will a canul that has a Based on the results of the Everglades Stuart to Si Louis, Mo.? 1 he trip Dear Friend: fUR MUSEUM WORK N, J.QUOfABLE.

constant water level. For maximum fish production fisheries Investigation the Game and Fresh I CAN VISUALIZE'; a couple of bronze can be made by train from West Africa in the news' Yes, lovely,j Editor Stuart News:
in the Everglades; a canal must not Waler Fish Commission be able to better' plaques at both approaches to the bridge, Palm Beach to St. Louis in thirty living-for-Christ news of African QUOTES
be from its associated marsh. hours By Greyhound bus it can women in what I'm longing to tell I I'm glad you published the
the fish the and make
separated of Everglades to
manage with hand
a extending a minnow to "Whitey,
be made in forty-nine hours. you! It was worth the 100miletrip i thoughtful and sincere letter from "Worrying won't solve our problems
The has stomach analysis reveals import recommendations concerning future canal construction 1 and a few words Indicating how men made Truckloads of fresh vegetables that took us over five hours[ Stephen Schmidt in the Aug 20 but it will keep us m training

ant Information to the biologists regarding the In addition, the information gather friends with a wild creature, Thereby many a that leave Belle Glade on a Monday because of the washouts, deep i Stuart News. Steve and Carol have to run and hide a while from
natural feeding habits of these fish The study ed by the biologists will be of value to the 1 child might become enlightened that the hand are in New York some time potholes and plenty of water on, contributed a great deal to Stuart emergencies.: "-Matador ( Tex)

has shown that the majority of the natural fisherman In helping hint know when and of kindness n better extended to the birds than Wednesday, and I can drive from the road. How I wished! I could I and Martin County working together Tribune.

food is of the type produced In the marshes when, to fish for the best results a B. B. gun here to St. Louis in two and one- capture for you this wonderful| as director and assistant director .

( half days without driving 0 Y orfiftY.lve picture of those 500 dark faces i of our House of Refuge and "The mind is the measure of a
that filled with the Elliott Museums man What he does be
----- ---- miles per hour were so joyof may not
THE SAME type of romantic thinking Maybe I'd better send a copy belonging to Christ, being co- They have bad constantly changing what he is. so much as what he
Could dissolve the "Two Bits" label for the of this letter to Congressman Rogers laborers with God all one through i exhibits to keep visitors inter:- thinks." Plains (Tex.) Record.
Our 'Foreign Friends' Are MovingTo soaring! Indian River spun and replace it witha the blood of Christ! Most! of these i CIted; and with the help of capai .

I name of allure Yours truly, women wore yellow headkerchicfs i ble committees have planned many "There is a distinction between

Disgusted Postal Patron and simple turquoise colored dresses. .. interesting events and programs thinking and knowing the former
Abrogate U.S. Patent RightsAlthough ONE OF THE spectacular sights from this As we led them in Bible study,, parties art shows and arts and when' properly applied' I leadsto

bridge is the parading of porpoises up and \ARirtR URGES: 111 ATMIII singing, hymns to challenge themto i craft exhibits, as well ai marine the latter but can lead to confusion
> UP SIGNS be faithful women real examples exhibits. In the House of Refuge if
down the channel and, in the springtime their not properly controlledand
non-military, an international ability of enterprise to satisfy the needs of BE UNSCRAMBLED for Gods glory in their besides Steve and Carols varied directed. There is no substitute
joyous leaping In the That 'is the sort
crisis has developed that could have serious all people" homes, villages and neighborhoods .i and changing exhibits there are for knowing Thinking alone
of stuff which ha* eternal tourist appeal and Editor Stuart News:
did their f the fascinating aquarium where
for well they eagerly can a fellow into of
our get
economic being a pack
consequence Unfortunately, the attack on patents la I i we would not go far wrong In naming it the Now that the four-laning of U. When the reports were gvicn[ Rosa Witham has devoted many
Is part trouble if he doctnt know what
It the nations
move by some foreign to
not confined to foreigner Some misguided I "Bridge of the Porpoises.! This, too should S. I it almost completed let us of Gods blessing on their work volunteer hours in a dedicated la- he s doing."Afton N.Y. Enterprise
( )
abrogate patent right people In this country have joined the movement be accompanied by a plaque of a rolling schoolof hope that the highway sign department and they told of well over a thousand bor of love. .

American patent holders. of course, wouldbe porpoise with a legend telling of their of the State Road! Departmentwill who had been. brought to accept Steve and Carol have shown .

the chief victims of this outrageous con We recommend! two counter actions: strange friendship for our charter boats which do something about unscrambling the Lord 'as Savior or who i how museums can be "The girl who
duct While directed the mixed-up road signs supposedly the Lord" and I when operate on a progressive wore a swimming
primarily at( drug patentsa 1, Congress should swiftly put down any r they escort at sea had returned to suit in August without swimming -
separating State Roads given for basis""making them alive and en- going
grave enough situation in itself-the action to weaken laws prayer request were
our own and ski
attempts patent a outfit in January
a very real threat to the of 707 and AIA It w hard enough the work How it thrilled our fo>'able. They have played a very
I all poxes of protection. 2. The Administration should immediately I NEVER drive over that spun, and catch for old-timers who have lived here hearts u see how eagerly they important part in bringing educational without actually skiing really
I types patents Invoke the Hiekenlooper Amendment spinal; a glimpse! of the island! with the sea l beyond, long before these roads were paved popped up all over the church-: cultural and recreational meapt business in June when "she
It does not take an economist to figure any nation which abrogates American patents without feeling: that this i Is a gateway to his- what must it be for strangers sometimes six] at once, longing to i programs to us; and also in extending picked out a wedding dress, -

out the potential damage to our economy This would cut off all financial l aid to that; tory, That feeling it heightened by our two visiting. Martin County for the hold before God the needs of their traveling exhibits to the schools Linden. (Calif.) Herald.

Should foreign! countries be able to, lift patents country, museums, the Elliott and the House of Refuge, first time? With the new twisted fellow workers and their young; and various organizations throughout 1 often of
I a! will research and Invention will be curtailed; intersections north and south of people and His work all 1 over the' the county say George Washington
international trade will deteriorate and countless the Roosevelt bridge, i it will: be ficldf, We couldnt help but wish They have sponsored worthwhile that he didn't write the Constitution -
jobs will down the drain THERE just a short distance! away, thegalleons worse than ever unless a real effort the pastors at home "had so manyso books on Florida history -not a word of itbuthe
I go IT ALL DEPEND ON UIIO \ of Spain once sailed and Sir Francis is made to think of the convenience eager to pray There were classes and "meet the authors,.' travel sat for it Its his portrait. He
In a sharply worded resolution the inter HAPPENS' TO SAY IT Drake harried! them Their storm.totwcd/, coral.: of travelers. in child-care and I lessons m films and movies. They have made Just was a figure but what a figure

national Chamber of Commerce among other, encrusted ribs are yielding; golden doubloon And in regard h> the bcautifi- marching, for they go out to villages the museums institution of learn- he was--one of the few in the
i has hit buck at the tuiti-patent movement It (Waltiotx>r Me" Press) and silver what do we see then well whole history of the world that
pieces of eight to treasure hunters cation program in group, two by two i log as as amusement
said "Extremism in defense! of Liberty' was 1 today The story of the galleons is an immoral "planted at the shod beautiful snot go to the houses w'itn.lttoto thefolks : Besides their work m the museums was He could not carried have been.away by It's power.

The granting of patents and protection! to used by Lincoln in the Civil War by Wilson in tale So how about "The. Bridge of the Gal- m Martm County, right at the so they can them.Many they have enured into the to think about Robert something FrostIf
all kinds of industrial property in all fields World War I; by Roosevelt in World War ll; I 'OM'" entrance of Stuart where the confluence : had wafted over fifty milesto i community activities. Speaking engagements -

of industry enhances the optimum develop by Truman in Korea and by Eisenhower in 1 .. of the North and South come to this camp for the faithful have carried the museum. you are out to describe the
ment of international trade and commerce for Ubunon. To a lesser.. degree it it being used 1 Forks of the St. Lucie River forma women at our Bangawou sta .' message to schools and truth leave elegance to the tailor.
the benefit of all nations! promotes the rapid by Rockefeller in Rochester when he 1 THOSE are the types of names toward beautiful bay* A huge used-car tion. June and I had taken two i clubs and many other organiza-- Albert Einstein
which our mind should be and, kit with oU cars piled two-hiyh to observe and tmtis,
and effective creation and cammiixiulizalion Called out the National Guard to control the 1 turning except of my women to i always pointing out the .
that" our aesthetic would blocking the view o< the sparkling if start of faithful facet of the and
young probably see we can groups > many museums
of and increases the and I live in tbe crowd of not
products interest It used the jollity
rioting was by Coolidge during
| smear the paquca..ith'! "a succession of Seniors water and the lovely shore-line women. in our churches. Theyare the limitless possibilities. for enlarging much
Police Strike in Boston No could so : to enjoy; company as to
one possibly Here i.t where tourists
and their
opposite to
now. broadening
6' and won'" infinitum the choice of eager scope shun myself.-Samuel Johnson
have called these men Extremists' In a derogatory romantic labels. with a story behind them get their tint impressionthe of our The plane for the entertainingwere t -a that snore and more people .

Tbe Stuart New will furnish photo print sense. They had no other choice. Why would be in good taste, anti embarrass Swone town. All efforts of Mr l Mennmger changed as the women were i would reap greater benefits from There is no remedy for love but
of size up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture therefore should Senator Goldwater be cnti- Bill Ambler and the Gar arriving front the outaUDons so vesting i them. David i
those who more.-Henry
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 cued for stating this a* a fundamental principleof \ particularly not persons really den Club to use all the natural instead of being entertained two i To Steve and Carol: We are Thoruu
| deserve the labors
honor for their if human
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional the Government of the United States? beauties of our admirable locationare by two in the homes of the women most fortunate to have had you .

print ordered from the tame negative at the Would anyone rather he promised to stand names were chownT1KNKS. nullified by such commercialization hi Bangassou churches: they with us. You have set the pace for The function of the arts is to

tame time; larger sizes by special quotation. back and twiddle his thumbs if our Liberty I of the nvcr't shore-line.. made camp I in the church at the i continuing growth We realize and criticize life according to the antints'
employee will should be JIM, tor(; your kind thought This Knot a criticism of the owner nusMoa and slept there and the i appreciate your good works and moral principles. Brooks
Stuart Newt not take photograph endanprmL"No :
the Now let'* all get on the right track and choose of the car-fat-business men various churches in the city were i leadership and wish you continued AlkKMun
except for new and advertising a couple of '"romantic1IlanlCS" or that dime have to take advantage of property responsible for their food. Most t succesa and every happier is .
column of Tb Stuart News they own or can rent reasonably of the floor w the church/ endeavors.
ss unpaved your new and
c. meehanical device build up momentum and that quarter will stick forever. a victory: It is better to have loafed
But I question the wisdom so it st just red dirt with i Most sincerely, lost
thai loafed at
fat the human of small never to have
as a* tongue change imagination.
I 911 puny of the SUM Road Department w little rocks, so ntapM bow "toff Mary Lokne Stokes ad.-James Thurber

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EACH MONDAY 7:15 PJM. 12 III.h.... Patrol T,iOO-4 Cartooa-w'Vtll; It-It Prep .la Mllht i pieta I plunti) tince World
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*-C THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thonday September 10 1964
h The Governor's ReportFlorida's "

I ; Organizations Directory ''I Directory of Churches


... A_"... .*,.fr'J.crer"' v: *.m. auuday and Wo.
Wad.. S.IO pai.. J a. Comma.!*? CkaAaliMl .. hip 8r.1

__ ... a..._ Cssc..vdrnt..ro.o :. 0\tJ' lid

$1.4 fl... a ... -_Walter As.iiIarp.tMoa. .._. Good Policy Are NeedBy REV t a"A m.YHI WonfetoI

RM.M a-J. .. ..... Coma Guard Aua. Bid*. ; Changes I Isle: a.m Chunk n-hub
r7.10 Mara U I.. M.rnlsg Waeehlp .rirdurlBg

i p.BL. aomaa ,.*" W.k.Tuaa. DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-251 ,0 I .

|*akMW FValaaanMl Waaaa*'. ClnkFlteaMant .. I," .m.. OwMkatiaa FARRIS BRYANT of the and reflects ,.1,... Tent VI .!
LI da Nanntanr Penn State as the law he must submit it to the more remain done in the

iid th T-_ alghta, FTfM Haft BaakCaoaamit Ukisoa-trd M. C Bawd of blip .uju._, CoveriMNr of Florida accurately as it can the wihhe of Bug Commission for approv. future t b ASSEMBLY OF CDo City AU.a.".MINT1 1..ICOAr haL

P.b-N.rft Hfvar Jb_ lad Thoos.. fu.Rh:Coortbn... the people of the itate regarding ii consumed in this pro REV L H A"IJL IIORMA B

Ft MI_ally Owaara. Aaaaatatlaa Marti Catnip Mamasos ._.. Now that the smokg hai cleat the operation of the educational ce. Sometimes there are differ LICO.il. Ails .:R'rl.CIKT U I.... abribE a-m. .. "ho T: a-rn. l.d CemiBnnloa andChurah
t- M. Rohrabaogk Omnmimlog
fra Whl Family
kaaUwa ... Waduaid.ya .t lomaa rjpjiigjpaa- iaak Heaajr eJ from the controversy over Florida !Institution. It attn represents the ences of opinion-that'i why we lx Tito ... Thura, dy Fray, :a.a
its TtHM In .. Oourtkooia TillS MRrnT ('Oflp 55 Awn "hn
)* *.a> I:IO Buaday. Vouch
Carol CaraWa Club AaaaclatlmPfaaMant i higher education tystem some institution in dealing with the have budget commission and roil MAHIM foiin. FLoal. pta* ..I D
M. _... p.
C. C I..I.U T
PUnnlng and Zenla Tuaaday
I" a. C."all.
KdmoBd Flail of the fundamental in. statute the board boards of control and .
problem it
By really |
government .
Ckalraiaa -,Joeepk OrrnleaIrd 1 rHri to SUM FIRST BAPTIST-300 S. Akro A.._ Thuraday-1* .m C.a.
Ink Snn, 1 p.m.. County CmirthnnaaFaaahaMan Thum. Till *.a i, Courtkoua volved art coning into iharpeffocm is legally responsible for what happens poses problems for everybodyThe PALM,ITV (COMPANY aPlaintiff REV. FORREST WATKINS. PwtorSuaday (Flrat Tauraday CommuiiloB. ,le*>

Aaaocxtloat Stfceol In the institutions under its Morltla rorporatl, Friday- 0 *.Holy
Board University Systemnow
*ialaaa -Cak>Ml O. V. BattoM !
Mau a* aUfiardM Chslrmns-jfru.p A Chidrad Unfortunately there* hat been jurisdiction. The appointed board consists of five universities 1:50: am WonMp Manic* 1..11 Ckurek-TM .Fifth, "a Phra

... Moa, Til* p.*>. COort... injected Into the public cJiKusfuoni of control acts tubject to the MitcH. an 4 I.41 am. 1 e.. Ckurcb 8ddar
supervision .u. .b. .
Club .! $ and the Florida Institute for Continuing LIi.\A 7\ AnFL 11.., ... *.ai. Barrio Wdnd
l a.
FMrtuaii -Mra. -W. Hnaaa. Taos ef Sewall. Petal rowing out of the resignation of and control of the elect Studies which end JJRt'CH O, E ."0 pm..Training. Worbl

In4 M w.. 111: p.M, Worn** ClnkHIMacM Ind M.yusn..J Wed. I MarvB....*!!Toss* HaD Dr. Gordon W. Blackwcll a* presIdent ed State Board of Education.The administers University the off-campus programs TOM and hTHP:4.: M. (rTA' TUJ ,..t..alao Wo..bl LUTHERAN SA.srhms CHURCH OP ST h ANDREW'
Pub Civ* AaaMlattM hla wIt, and 1' w. ;
Pro.Hnb--l Maanllol - - - of Florida State University State Budget Commission of the universities. A sixth WOOD KAlnr, {. IMf, ill* pocMidwoak .. Sarrloa. W. Prima Vl.la : l

N... 7.Hum.. Flrat National Bank POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONSRapukllaM much extraneous matter and some has the responsibility for supervising -: university, the University of West Df.n<1ant'*. PALM CITY *ATIT-.Iuh M MaCar H. C Ipl PATOR

ImHantaw* Clvta Club Rapublinuas Club .1 Moctus ." perionalitiei which have cloudedthe certain financial aspect, specially Florida which was named only I T ALL:1'' Oi 01 IT OR HENRY TATOM. p..t '::1..1. hadn. ""n

r_ .-Onod' Saillk Pisuldosb-.Januu 1. w._ real imiie assigned to .it by acts of this week will open in 1967. A I TO .IVIf HAVI ANY SIll. ...Saudi SchoolIliOt t t.. Waisbip .

ita .. I p.m.Iwaa Waw '. Club W The thing that concern about the \LA TITSM OR ... Morning Worahlp
Martn C* me Legislature seventh will in HCOIFHTr HbHh.l\ HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-IndlutoraK.
university open lJnin1l45 !
I I*
BaKk CaMa* Pro.idaat.-.W. Arnold Uan r this which is probably One of the of administration f .Training XAV1KH FtNKCllMaaeee
I"CII"be. controversy areas I)15ISCItIBE1TOWIT .
PMaldant-Mra. ) dab Tuaa, I p... Pint National Bank Orlando in 1968. Skyrocketing : .Evanlng Wonhlp
N W. f .m. J. B Woman Club very good because it brings in which opinions are sharply Till ...Wadnaadar MI.1 Pray -Bundara. tt4l ant FirS FH
p enrollments will addition Trarta
f M C. -.. C_. _.... Aaaoalatla Chalrm.n.-Wward T. Mono IDT.OtVIREUCIOUS a lot of things out in the open divided ii that budgetary and fiscal al institutions the years ahead and 27. cp'i! the Wp.t ((I .p ou Cu'.la.

fEW Marl Millar' Pru.-t'sau.--M.rd. IL Clair that need to be in that we are controls Not I institutions tort of sail I. 1 14 and FIRST BAPTIST-Part ST. MAItV'S EPSCOPA
only are growing SB all In IS. Townnhlp O TAYLOR, FaatolIi4l
m Cluhhoua Mu.ttng o. call C E..t Oooan .
really talking about administration For instance the Legislature has 8* Mouth, ( .
in Runes 4(1 Eflut, Palm School
- - - size, they are becoming a-m Sunday RKV ARTHUR SMITH
JimUr W_ Club rather than education. Our educational laid that the Budget Commission and In. tlty Farm, acrordlnic to plat SituP a-m: Morning WarshipS 1'HI, 7 III Holy Jt'
Cromwall I ORGANIZATIONS creasingly complex more expensive thrrror rvord In Plat' ; :
1r'ro : Roofe 10 p. DfOp : sin., I Ing Pmyer lint and
Club GIrl. FriMullf l Soalatyador system ii good. The rent muit approve faculty salaries operate <: Pair 42, n ibllc rworda of PIne .m.. Kvanlng WarahlpIlia J Holy ::.'. lund. 4th asd
MarHa Caavir Awhibaaj WUt* Bowdrd -Mra. Jaak WkttlatfFrl Controversy arinci over the rneth amounting; to $15,000 or over As State University I aim JJeach County, k'lorlda.Ynti ... Wadnaiday Pmyar .art'Inga. 51 hi' ; 1.00 a.m. n-nday ..bol

Man, I pm.. Jud.a ClonU1 otfloaH I *.*, S( Mary thumb od of administering that educational and adminlitritlve I salariesof System and C"ol praetie foUuw II 1'10( am. Holy Xu..1. '
ach f hi
expands and the demand for a won irs >r"b* SthJ Morning Prayer I IThuraday U.. ,.d
far Maatal Haaltk $o. Jaaapk C.nd I notlflad Shut a complaint hn* born RIO BAPTIST
6 A.o.lutloii
nystemUnder $12,500 This causes ..
.. .. or more. tax dollars to finance the .tb.
|. ._Km. Donald Hakroadar Mra. Idtrard] Xlniall fllnd egoistS > ou In th* (Irrlll RKV JACK FERNANDASI and 1.5.15 .
ind Than. I... Tha &aa h' MOB., I p m, CakMl the present plan which certain delays and creates certain mount it will become Increasingly Court. In and1 for Murals (n"nl' :41 "I. Sunday School .I iJ( ,08 am Holy. Holy Day.ni fcnfhurl.t.Summer amat

H. C tb.._, Aaarka Caac. IwUtyPJlr a,. Jo..ph 'tt I.iti.tPr.nldeutIt. hall been In effect since 1905, the problems When p president finds important to have effective 'Inrld. In I'han.'y.( by tho 11.ln.I II,00 .. Morning Wor.klp, ikhedule. ..0.. pod It:00
= I tt. CIty 'ompaiw, 5 ., .. Union
board of "Iolda p ilodiya.EPISCOPAL .
_M.llory lob".o"tr control has the renpomliltty some man that he want to em ,co-ordination to preventcostly .lion I loP tlit, ,.I Etonlng am
Than kafor lid Ho t .... pm
Mamartal Hoaplt.l Auxiliary Po. > of general supervision and ploy-1ct.. say for $17,000) ant duplication of effort. Q'linting the tltlc l of fIt said PisIn'tIlt I T;41 ..W.... Wa..hl MaatlBi CHURCH OF TIt BLESSED
- -- - tn th. cbov* d.. rlb..
_, riral Mr. Curt MaUonal Otto Bank BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA o-ordination; of the universities 518,000.-he must ascertain thai ,The question Is: shall we jut and for other "d.r. "r. and you and TROPICAL FARMS aATiST-Hwp.TLKWU RfcV SACRAMENT W THOMAS Chkk UOVCHtI Iout.
In the state the would like and aoh of you ar* .. .qulr..4, STANC1U
STUART tystern man to come the t* r..1
to Is
lay universities here $50 .., .. :10 Chunk I."
..'. Card.a Club s copy of your antiwar :4 8anday .m. .
pmklrnbftp N. Frtallat "roop .oo-a I W..h.
Tim* lzlO p m. M C. Af. BldMartta ,. Ihlp Wad,40B ltO: -Advliior p.m, Amarloau. Karl Oalp Lolon Hall 'eral roles It represents the citi control for approval Then under might be- .whtevr the : ('. attorntra, Ciarv. I,.. p.m. Training Meed
frary Natlotml I liOO Eianlng ..
develo fj-ary. J01 Urnt .no. Worahlp MEMORI..t
CMitty *. .. Cklldra* Aaa. Tha.:lauadra. *T p 444.m.-. M Ad>tk l.or. thanh.Kd Alkany Klrkkarti It. ---- best educational thlt you Rank Hulldlnv. Ilo.rl. Ftorlln.: or sit* p.m. W. IIld.. FrayarDUNKLIN Winter .D. t ApriLI
t.umdocb-Iri.. I JO p.... Com Rm. lit Mat Thorn.i T p.m.., Motk Church Albany: St can? Or shall some supervision: by; Ida hoot, and orrito file .th* origInal, Ktuart ananrror rior MEMT. BAPTIST-ladl'atawKKV CHURCH OF GOD-ladMUtoir*

Nvrlaoal SaeraUrlaa ..1.11. Cult Pack 410 -Cubmaotar. P. D fttamala Cupid Is Getting BusierIn the elected t officials of Florida be wrltlan .'. .* In sIt. ofriocof 1'11 SOrT RhV. tVUKKIT MOBS
4th Mon. fill CatholIc IOKIO Sunday
pm, t>hool
th* Clerk if the ( : 1.01 1*:0' ant Sunday icheee
Prwildpnt Mra. Barbara Ann tlndaaytk Cub! Pack II exercised? "roli ute .
430.-tubmoatop. r Rogar Smart. Court : .m Morning W..bl 11 01 a... Morning' WoreltffTlOpm
Mon. Comm. of 100 oftloa Uat Mon, til* p... Youth Coats ? It may be that relief can be 6th day Flnrl.la otoh on.. 11)54. If you ..I.. Training Evanlrg Worahlp.Tillpii

Fdb taka Paris C,.. Aaaaclatlo JENSEN BEACH Florida Report Shows'Marriagei vided in the budgetary and fiscal pro fall In do an. Jldlm.1It hy d.t.ul 'Till pm.... W4 Worahlp. Mldwaak SarTut* Bortlo : : Wed. Yaaog fecplaa
fnaMant-Cacti ..Ito. Troop 401_outma.t.r. J. D tookadoo will hn Mkn you GadaaearCHURCH
ltd Monday. rlrat WallonalJBank Vod.. 7.1' pm. Cnmmonlty Hall area by establishing more realistic rollrf ..m.n". In th* roinplalat ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaat lInk It.RKV .

Cab Pack 401-Cuhma .. H, Quips In Florida increased Only 28 cent of the divorces salary ceilings or by simplifying Till "ni. .h.1 k* puhllnhrd onto JAN JANUBZKWSKL AdaWwk OP THE GOOD'SHEPHID
Fat Oardm ClukFraaldatt 4th Wad. II .,11I.. Community' Hall per a wfi w*<.k. Mon thru I:10 1 Jupiterttk.V
Clip-Mlaa Mahal 1'111... Cub Pack 40 HhlpaaJr4tk from 41,504 in 1962 to 43,120 in I were contested and in these the some of the filat structure 'In Thn Htuarl .Qon..olllv., d.FO. .7,10Oonfoaownai ,1 BLMFR L. ALL
I t tad Ikura.. I il. ..., CIvU cook Wad. lilO 1I.!Hall 1963 or about 3.9 per cent, final divorce was granted to the wife without weakening proper con nt Martin vrnral f ounty"flroulatlon. Hondo.publlnhed flrat Batardaya Friday af ud Thuradaykaror I:5: 1 7 ,:I a.m..m.. Parlik Holy &.. '. ..

- SW Clria OrgealxetloarVeaMeat -- -- - at the Slate Board of 73 of the the hut- trols.I DATE) thl ma..th t .ha'.t ..
City SERVtCt CLUBS igures per cent time; tut day of ft>pt mb |.t and TI < to 111* and Sunday -

11 tad Tuae.-, Anriy Clef* CantarfefataUna Zgllnlekl I C,.... Club' *f Btuart Health show band 23 per cent and both parties I really hope that we can work .r, list.0015(5tH. ? PIERfB. ST. CHaIToPHUcTHOUC JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY

Pr..tdogt-.A.ap Pastas Oliver H. Boordc director of 4 per cenLExtreme out some plan under which real OF 'TUB 'inrn He.4 Skyllna Drive, Jenae. Beaeh
Garden CMa AaeMUUMrreeldefit Wed, 11 moo,. Tewaheua BMtauraa* (1.JJI MARTIN COUNTY ,.* Ponds. RKV NEWTON II. TWEEDY ,
policy matters de the : .
are by
he Division of Public Health Staintici
R*.. I. W. Marina cruelty was the legal .\ 0:10 .m. Sunday S.hnl
|>t atea I p... komea '..1..'.. Klwaal ClukPraaldant laid the upward trend cause given in 17805 cases-78 policy making board control By itouenx nIHOJ. FIRST CHURCH Lust 0.OP...CHRIST Boulaard SClItN.TIT73 ':10 M a.m. Morning Woreale

fart Babne CM Aaeaetatle) -Jamea BlneaW which is for the most the r.pul.( kVhoulII 4 ::01 p.m. Youth F.lla..hl
.. Bunion .d.. lull p..., flemlnol tu continued one which began in per cent. Other leading cause part way (flrenlt ') I ,00 .a.. luad.*. Worahlp I::10..m. ChaIn
LrTThm 1953 and that "the fairly constant it operates now and the details of CRAHV, ft (RAKT : : T :10 p... Wedneedair. Senior Cbole
CUla CenterM habitual llOO Wad Taatin'aulul
I _, were desertion 3.856 cases; f'Ih. pm .
Tkura.. p.m. Bupper Boolali. 0. 0.Part ..._ Baaak Llaaa Club ate per 1.000 population during 626 administration are left to the ex- Alt orno,. Raadlag Room t8l PUwlar A.*.1.... elba p.m. Thursday". 1I1.11 Berrla
P'uujd.nb.-Ld. Bahmldtlatlrd intemperance cases; Pub: >. 17 14. 1 .. JEHOVAH
Salarn Civil' D.r.... Wad., mi ,.., luyaompg he period shows the rise can be ungovernable temper, 158 case ecutixe director of the board and 18 ? tra.b Fr.t .n'.IIJItHURCH 81..d'r-7 wmusa.. ..

.Pirahotiea lad Tue.dair, lilt. p.Bl.I unbilled the the university administrators.We Till ( t'olwr OP TOlS Monday-T:. .
\ Juplter-Hak Bound Klwanl Club to expanding popu- There were 211 I annulment In IJ 'IU'tI. OF CHRIST-4U Palm Sea. Rd p m Blhl ltd.
(I. CIvU CluboiolUuabJock ItrukInut-lfob.ri Hare have made more 1"1 Sihst'Ihr ,. Tburtiay-TilO, Bohooil till
ation. progress battJUt( COBUtLI Mluiatarkm.
f Bnomar HOK, f pa., JuHter Lit, limbos 1963 In 11$ cases, the marriage In higher education in Florida during ron ''NTI' "OI''TY. Sanle* Meeting
those for the orsrs OK rl. lllll".
Clubhoua Among marrying lasted Blbu'ltudyim.
bps Taqr less than a year Fraud or .. REDEEMER
Rotu. ci. .
Ituart W_'. ClubPp.Nr. ..jlifent* t'RrIII. Alllao. first time, grooms were generally misrepresentation and bigamy were the past few years than any MARIU 1' sxtiioso.L'l: SCAN. 51.01 Warakip and Comm".la*) IliCV LUHE.AN O .

.. Cornellua K Tandem Wed. 11 lit pai Trad Wind three yean older than bride How leading for this action. comparable perio In history in J lalnnrf, 'I'. .... K'onlng Warship 5:15 I 5..: O"nduy Bahoal PiUs Since
grounds IIlc
Club .. Wadnaaday sm WorshIp SereU*
M W. silO p rn. Building the face of most vigorous
Stuart Klwaala. Club ever, divorced were four FRANCIS ,.no i ,. Mldwaak Blkl Study
Tttekul UrdM CreupAalnnaa .. -Ur. H. H.... Rlplo growth In the nation, but much .1 .1.. W GIUFFIOHI \, j CR'ST THE ICING LUTHERAN.
& ( -Mra. Egbert I. Kattl.l Thura. IIill ,.*. T*.tt Ha and one.half years older than Smoltty Says I'lrfndnrts. THE CHURCH1 OF COD'-Flaglay HBILL1K afTH

Wad. PIP s.... booms_ _. ItuaH Hl.Rt.ppou Squar Pane Club divorced brides and widowed t.:04.: Aln.tnT.t'""" >HI: "m .'u"aTii t 1"1 RKV.1:0'I ..Road MeALPINI ., S.hot :;00 a.m PJOHNSON.Chureh 8ekoo4 pufa>g
,... eleven 1':1"oa 00 : :
President-flllbart B grooms were almost yean .cnME PfOPLEa'fH PEOPil .0.I .... Morning a.m Paalor. Claea
'1' CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE 7h... I >... Vmth 0atvItuart older than widowed brides I N01'I"f: : "I I.TI1T'O'A To MM .nOMI.T. f; "%peart Isa Worobl 10.CO ... Horning ..

..be .a4, t... lloThEPoPttr 1'r.:1.I OK m>TUDAFranrlB Pat :: Prmynr FIRST METHODIST
Cluk : Mt.
1'Ioo.ld..I-O. William 1II..roJr' ld.nt-KII."ortll Soknurbnuktad4tk Over 48 per cent of the brliki lerelKned tinder) Blven th'* prnvlalnnaof that the TO: hal Y..J. .. A I*** C*.

T... i ,... Co..a.11p C..k Wed, T *.., law* Patois marrying for the first time wereteen.agcrm (' \ tOiinn Law or Flnrliln, .ram and Inutile W. OrlWn Olberaon. Kurt. liunhanil T., Olb. THE UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST Kl4 ..Morning Wor.01
I A 'I I* will i r-nl-t.r with the (C.agr..hiui.l Palm I.:40 Church Seheal.
_" Area lluart, Club while only 16.' percent I hIr41 and wire. who!* realdcnre udirraua CII"I .
tnnfttmltt >lIMO: ,..
Circuit Court ..
In and s amda. n-hoai > Manning Worehl /
eB *rink For.herg ( tr't"o llllnal,
*- HreiU.lanl-tnulee HliIni of the males were i n thli' .r Cnuntv Florid, i .....,. T 00 Youth
51)05r.erlpt p
dlraotora I p.m, Ut Ihura noon, Flumlnga Hotel | rr of nt, : (thcrlne, ( U me. hlmbaniT mdwIt I 10 Mnrning WarshIp I.J..hIJ
said proor 1 publication of : 5 .. Wadn.ada .
Boorde .. Hlver Foreet In.a .m. '
1,4 Ihura mono, aouhgt.g Yacht Club group 1 t W.
fart Srleraermldnt Ihl4 nitloa, lie flmltlou to. h"Iorlds rRfNIT ._
n.m. M : METHODfT.
0 BlaekmanInd There were 22699 divorces In rorpiratlrn Earl ?I F.lla..bl .
I -K Ituart Jayaae* III IMIierenn. whnai- kJV. NIL
r.... P..n flrahoua I r M n[ W. Tt en"nnYI Nelann 1963 the highest number since r a idu :I In Mrcinn I :! M, I' 1.(01. AiEltTlmP.lU4 r d'uodatnhaof o I P
tu**. I.* aM4 rink ra> TlKWIMJlNnnn and Adnm H',lae I.J n .00 a.m. Worahlp( BurnS .
slug and
1946 when there were 26.1 112. After l whIch I .. .
.: will In b..I.n. limt known ix; HIM C'OIHT "I0 ."'"
OF TillS Oat STY
I .._II. B. laon".1.100.) - - - .. t.tr..m "tl I dl. I ? W.nhl lit hub
Ind Tluira, I a.*>. VETERANS OROANIZATIONSAmartia October 1957, Florida law was huiilnri* .vlnl my prlnili pine or reotora an I ..I.hl"111.t .. of Jl ii.o: M 4.S lt P'uhit N bit'l'l'I Ird undara r
Ilu.rl. Martin 'on'v. Klver Foreet Flor tOt >TV. KKlllint ,
.k Retail Mereh.eW DlvUtoaChairmen .; .*. Jaaaa. BaaakComrnan changed from ninety days to six FIx; that rr :InlorvMotl : ida, corporation i ol MI H Chumlwr-: l> I,IIOHtlHllocanord OSEOL MITIJODBt a. .
_PhUll" H.mecli ,tar-kugana GrImm month required residence for divorce until himlnraii I OKI rv* I: laIn and Mildred Hill ChiiniberlAlit, 5;., Ill: STIEIT .
tt tk Tkiir Stun "Bulldlag tad-4tk Man, I p..m, Laiw BaO Jr. of m iart. Florida and that th r himhanrl antI I wire. whnao rent:lenceaddni PS'TP.TIt Oh" I 5,15, a.. .. 1f
: arc no *th< r prrnunii lntr.ot.d | I .. had
|I. ('I..r.Hou I, RD No. I. 'WILIAM ('lifllSTtWHit. 11,8 a.
".. talia. lluart hunlnno.lhRt1il. Worship
CONSERVATION kliaanInd fluorite aid that In 54 per cent .14 Uvinla' N. ; ) .'. OIIsuonap ._
C..mm.a.-ch. .
.... leoJotp and ,tk,Frl, I p... Utkuk Halt of the 1 1963 divorces, one or more rnb.: (PortS. 10, 1?, hI,TI."r) and Ti,.to:unkflnwp lIinhpnd uC KOTIt Kin H\M OK .l'lI.lEi t>IMIIIIK"'.:'flTl: Ill'ibisliSin'rltSi'olt '' Wid. 1 801".0 45 ..

Pttld.ub-Asa5S Moora, Bo. illM.Upjs..Plr. I Amarluw Ulav ladiaa wrommandar minor children were Involved. au th urn. may h<-, of nnv wi. clam .... ,irto. .
.. NatlMal IwOrmld.nbCbutl. l\ run (mo i r rot ; "rw ,
\OTIfh '
Jlm ItttfeyI lhar of nnt'iral nrr on* I I. JKTOhy given that I .
>k WalUM Lafu* *> *M. I-pat.Amarmui LKuil. A ftrBHTf ME*BVf KIVIII jinifitt. tlRh 'T iAMI ., ".rU.. d.r.n..nl .n Ihia cluig; hnve fllml. my. final re'"r" asAdmInIstrator "AUsstAtir. (".
roil MtHTIX
? Klndrad { .U..T. ..d to: or I h. 1olltt ol I' .
lit ('r.rn., tot Nail Batik Latin* A.... Jaaaa* BaaakPr "TUB I lurch runr nv TUNKI TSTH or ...ONHH.I' AIiinknnwu IsartlnO claimIng Vllllnm ( INe aM: .
..ld.olMra, J... Si.ydar Motel Units >'rH JlltUlU. 4IH<'llr ixPSI f'M rllt: n .. Interent by. through nr ..nlniit any] tllni I h.v'h.tnpl.r.ted PetitIon for IHEI.MEHOD'S i
Club .
Junior Caar" .H hd.4U Mao. I p... on > von "wtnri "'AT'. PAT I n rovriH and nr either ft tb.mid named r fendnnta Vinnl I> .h and:that on the 0:10: am. Wo" '. IINNtTT
1.II Buiart rautk Casta* urtTH <>' rtiiHiuA 1.ItNP IS. .. IllS dny of
If- (:ll. { helm, devuieen 'legatee. Hoptamlxr, A n" 104, bids Sandsy
lluarl lalldak Club AmarloM Lafl**) Aumlllarr I ItuartPnaldont iv riiorrnt >o i 11II" .It.. .r.nl.... at) 'lapInru. 1..01 I Kill am,)ly to ho inorablo, Fvnn. 5:50: ."I. Bprt5 Sraoolt
..". B. Uradlay -Mra. Tkaraia Drown in AreaThere i. W. OKIUHONJ M Trill- ., I tuuignupn' truolupa,"pr (' Cntmlv! Juilv of Mar "I" ...n. 7.1.01. 1.
Upsurge .
'.4. 'k Ma, I Locks : .
pjw t"* nra, creditor ntiirrwin. tin HorWa fur ..
tat Wad. a..., vanatal austin or clnlm-I .rrJ".f"iy. *i l.Prusaiof 1.15 pm. ( .
s Tuna.ay
ltd Wtd, I PJI 411...,.. lat JNa* .. Hard Cus.lp Bamak. W.W.I VatwwoMarti .... Hntntlt T.I'M An\n. .nl.:'to rrturna and far "n :ill n-rn. Wodunad.y ,_.eieetllElT .
anti ". lMhiir Ad. .In'
: "
- - v..on.l'blllll A. Ltiua and .
"EMU'S'OIIGdUZA TlOI'I. Pot, I. S. _... 0.- are nearly 8.000 more FJOIttJta 3. CARDAN, Sin IWI.L IPAlf.,1111".1 Au Inknowl )tal'tlsn "..111 up niliilNtrnlnr or tbs hubub., of WI. : ME
at al, nl.lml" t. h.v. any lam ('hrlal..h.r., t5.tetn,4. ? ODSTe.
3.5.5 lamB Vlrume Aoa.lllnrr *. Cauary B.rraak. Auxiliary motel units In Florida today than TWenrinntii flKf.WfT; ,lntt'i'roj in lhp tt- mlFIMNk. JRA CEUIUX a, 1.'RIIC&,
'FiMldaat Mra. Marl FrollUIrd ?r..lduiit-UrO. Sulk W. Hall there are hotel units, according: OTIC'F. 0.'I''I'L.. M"TFB' .. :4 proP prop's'tv .115.1.nrftd Msriin ",Imlnl.'r',,, of th 5145. Suidsr .
Monday. f *- I.$-.. rri, .*i, PK C***. CkankVatara County. Floridali'tr.erlptl.is. pnbsia I I. sm. HonIng Worship
tn a report by the Florida State I Not Ire .In hereby flven tint (h* Jn'fM 0' hrlntophcr, l>w:iiF>1 ., .NYp
| Maa Bomb TalMtar Fir On.1 tauntFraaldant .** e.c. Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville Uuderalifixiil, *a $paluj I Mutar., unn 4t:0."f'IEr.WTN ; : 1 I hun purr- Pub. Ana: i;. I, 10. IT ',I p.m. ...ln. "_'1'

--Jack Add. fI'io.wit: :.: Kallar >r anrfby virtue at Ilia Ntauat Pa- TO: tnrt lion at NOISIP .5 1W tt.n l.pl 1, P '.1. Tb.ruday. Jniap Chat,
Tvaa, I ..m, Ftrvkona Laclo Rom. .r.. 0' h"urmlnaurp heretofore as.tr.4 f. WOnTTT *nifWORTH went QUA..r It 1.41: p..m Thurod.,. Pusi.. ChaIr
Salaraa Flna>a*'. AuiUterfPraaldaat V.F.W. ats.rtOama.sdo.J.h's in tInt opriotO: r ua* pa.ndln hi.. wlf, It.1 4, .. .SOTitiI .'.":RIFI'.P n
fart 37(1 .
The totals are 99. ( for moteli in iha Clr.utt C'osrs :f She NtntJudlIal It marrloilTon II Pmtrh East, an4' 111'.1. 'f'R", FIRST
-Hair CatannaM M Murray and for hotel For the Clh'oll of r.lelll, In and nrr herfbr vl>*n nnlli thai ontalnlna II. l'II!TI, i Rev. "RES.YEo-.''_
91,851 t acra* nor ? 1.1
1 wt Flrakava* .' .
m ,
Ta.ra )1. lod-4U I.g Oold** Oat S.0dl. for Viartln'VTiinty'lii ("hancery be a Complaint form-In* marten. touts, artrnrdtng to Ill foll I ";. >HUTTRELb 5EV.: : SYDNeY Lowaait
fart iaUr. "...t_ Fir Da *rlaaM>lFraaldaat VFW IndUataw state a* a whole the increase In inv Ihjinrrry:: Ine No. HJ,' In has bras flVnl autluit In ibtslu.t. In- mete dod butiludi. 10..IU: JOII 010 Schoul ,:

-Hokart dahaaa these UnitS was less than I per whlrh F. W. Orrlmin a* Tru.tea, I.h'iuli1ittf I. owl fnrvvnlri*; :by Ih*. Starting at Koutheget omer poet .. PlaIntIffrnlcu' J Ipso ..m..Iln. n-rota,
tlt-lrd TFRATERNAL... Plush.... Co.m.adum-Jtoapk W. rnato and InnS Klrkham and llalntirra. Paul \ Tomb txtr.n rolnc North on Rust line to I
- - I.... alw lilt *.*>> Posh Mass cent between 1963 and 1964 tun (i. Klrkham hi. wife, J. PFlUKeraM n Cnmba. hi wlf", th* rnratnatum North.. ,rile, loot: Shone 'U7AVERiseroudint ,0 p. bTmiBg People .... .

OROANIZATIONIAaaal v.r.w. AuiBlarr li5*rlCo In Martin County the number *!M, Tin It?and?,., T t..orlIao. M: Leonard a Fltir.an,I mart nf a npnn whIpS Ih*I I. '0..1.' 5 I\Vet h nn PottS fin. *ll feet; TIp Sri' ,.. of a Writ or Rxn-utlnn S PRUIYP1 ,
Ordw al OaMalay : :: ; = r a e on a 'OMMNm.
.... .. bulk ICoul""at.ly In m,' hand I.. .
eo..dv..I. f-Mr.. "." of motel units increased 17.9 percent rlorent I.eonarWril wit* sitS U : Ton app r.i SitaithO I feet out or lh.
Muter l>un tl 'KANC'
.4. 11IIIII TamplaAraaU lat-l>d Wad, Ooldm Oat l.II4IpMIPCEU.ANElNJI In thnt time, while hotel units B. Prlr and Huth, P lr*. hi* wir vat,. .. 0' pib.P. V'eel of rltrn tree nnmher i..1 rialnia Court In a a lit of Pa ." l'CKION. '....
aid rnmnlalnt nn asainat Fred Dfrr, ? *'k l
ar* ttoremlanta I I. Ma, r Sal on of "me thnesOs Utlrvlj. ?
- - - aa npaclnl plat : dot i tI ..
( Maaaala LWia decreased 4.3 per cent. t.. In t'han.ry appointed: by th. day of ntfrnbar. l otharwlarrh rontlnnnii utralrht tin* toa on Apri I. III'S. t". .". .... \W.r.hlp Renlr
Wo.'ol4.t... Kalklatlrd Court I In l I dewee, under allrirntlniifl } in **irhruimlalnt point '. lbs Mouth Jibtrnrnt on execution tk Fellowablp
Tkvr, a.*>. MaaaaJ laaala Cl... Air Pas.1Cuaa.gd.rLlnutwnt Other interesting facts reported hint,* .a th. trm. .:r""wM will b.o..t.'n.t..n, line of self .tract. ] from Ihenc. wa l..u.t being rwordwl in t". fa. ,.. '. Adult TeaU Ckot*

Elka i. r. Strut by the state chamber show that orrer for lal. and spit at publIc .. bv "nn. A,0 this p0iu.wi d..i. Fn,t le the point of "". I.n.1 (iHlma, Court. lion Roth. I
Oral. l INDo
Millar lcl
Ana* .* *. Hitch or on all tltl. and .IV. UIIIITAJIfAN
... and boil bidder rELLOWSHIP
outcry to Ih blehaut' .I.h.
Mra. Maala Taadya hIP p Martin Cotmty'i school enrollment .. Fops
dan*- iwrmhy Hardy for tin front pl.."'. wmt h* riled with .Innlnl. m r l of the d rirnvrr P._ _. CIIIontl ,
Jnd Tkura, I pat. has l d Cammltta al tOO Was up 10.6 per cent last door *f rh thn al Courthnuae* Northwest Pt Martin the Clerk of .thl. Court and a pony wIth P500505 tIphti In Hart for th. fnllim In* Am..rlbwd 140 an. Drips. Porp Pim,.Cask .
thereof mtiet he *er 7rl .
La Combo In Fbi' I..I.e n-an.
Fkl County th PttPt. .
BM Si m* Corarltr"Oalla Chairman- year from the year before. For City of Ih..unt. appoi'islnlng.TltscPlptlun
KiaaiitKa Dlraator-R,,M FkllhrlohIII I Ida on th. nth I day o f prptnmb.r, ar Plaintiff. attorney". I Florida (. wi: a.h.. II .. .u".
Zata a.. : the Mate the increase was 5.1 1 percent IllOft Oiiahterenn Ourhteraon, P. 5 Tlsst !
W Ooaw KHd, AT T-4MI 1M4 between th* knurl 0' I 0 :
l.t.-M. II. 1. Abbott Much A H. and I:ft8 P.M, th* eame tlPswrp US, Ht, art, Florida.Th th* orbS Ho* tS. :: :.t PAt.. A 41 anfl. t.t InO frt nl Lot I'INTltCOSTAL ..t.1.tU.TII .. .
I kaaMa Lady Calfar* AaMaktlkwPraaldant deacrlptlnn of th. pranert! e. on "tafforil I"INHIK
a.k being a legal Mle day an4 Ih* Quarter "f th Houttiweat Pa.tqr
In thi category Martin Coun nroreeile alnet I I. .1.. In Martin Rrm-k Hurro Map luteS IVKruary loop *. ....
XI C.hi Ckaptar -Mr* Bill HarlaallTuoa hour lha legal hour *f eale. th* ter of Hertlon 4. Tnwnihl S 14. 1054 -"'
'_ ..__. Jo* rlnlaflatlrd Sill *.m, M. 0OoU C..Ohio r'8'v only hy four other coun eparate Inter*.!. .f saltS l !>*'<". : fount AWrlbetf Florida and follow I- more parllnilHrtT Mouth. Hepv 41 Pout. m..r.Irt"'olol' flUI ksa'ord rmtrd Book 41 In pur or;*- 'III p... 5"lw .'a ..n.. Serrb
: .. pak
flu,., I p.ai. koma* U., Art chub Charlotte Gladesand danta hurSt and In sod declaration to that eertaln of IrOnS a.dated r" \M S. niorg 44. Palm ('1ev. .ethereof : ".I.d M- 4.. Murtln County noldlI.| Wcdnaaday PiUs n.dCETHSFMANE

Oa |klara *l Ik* Amartaa RavaliillMRagant Fraald.aa i Mr*, t, Akkr Arka ** Okeechohee. fleeember It lit*. being a trout ..pdlnu t. Plus Amro'd SlIms' lie liocorda CHURCH 0'
-$. Marjurl Mania ltd M, lilt p.Ik. a*m** and loan association de- for thom eertaln remlaea Seine flleit Fehr"..tT "I. From th. P uthe*.t _.., .feald I* hor hr thai 011 CHlIlSrLUI CHUIICH CHallf
Savings en4 recorrte4 In ", B.< otC an nn
FlorMA North H. North tn till8.rth.aui C"-- .
Ira flu? koM* ttnl brIng In Martin County. run th. ISiS n-pap "
MartM Camry Fair AMdtfiFraalria Puir 41. Prm Peorh inow Mur'ni ".d".o. dav of H.pt.m lush
pewits in Martin County showed described .* follow to-wlt: corner thornS: th.s.p belwcrn LEupt I,, HAEER .
Iho hour .
Club .J. W. B._ County Florida Piibllo o Went alonv' Ih. North UK* of 5,5. es. .=
t.M 'J **- 5.54., Ps.I.
WrlfM lat MOB, til* *. AirimltaraJ Bldg an Increase of II per cent. compared Begin at a aolBt on* (1> chain ".cord. of MM Vortk for a dl"lanceof : Ir:M4 tn: PM. *l II 1 14 ,It a.. ...... '
dub Maa, lit. ,... Maaoala Ta pl* CMFraald with I 11 1.9 for the Mate and Knuth of th* Houthweat, corner WI,). sitr. of cult' .Ball b* salt.hbohrd PIt re t.. .1.: thenr 5.bt *. mild Martin day fountr al ln. front ,.. P.. n..... onbl Blkl, ItIM loomS
Mart*. CMW Golf w< Cawtr In th. Vew. p.ws. ; Court ,
s ,
tot 4 rVitlon angle of <* ll neaiurd
LadW A.IIUry t* ladla tUra the number of passenger autos ft 1"r Martin will Mil all right till and -- "__
P taOv.bloe ** -Ed HIikM 14 Tiiwa.hlpi It oatk Hang nanur from Best t* Btfntlheaat. runt : tl of tha said Pp.4
Usirkirub Gladys Cnamutb. sot In**, til* PJ Clukk* a* registered was up 7.7 per cent compared ii Kaati thenr 1... *n t th Mouth lln. *f **I4rerament for 'A' po..ns.isw. tb. S.uui h .* of th* *sid North EVERXT1MEAFORE.5T
Tuaa. I p._ Otto Otall.a..d..t Martm Cavity Faraa BuraaaPraaldaat to S.5 for the Hale <>* Lot tn th. water homes, ANn oonJnln: tnartVvtln Hi thene rim ahiav palit .arty. at Public Anrtlnn I It th* filer,

CIY4w .1 o.w r.u.. -AlbaH Kma ar of th* Atlantic OP.s.l i theneaHoiltheaaterlr mnn'T, .10'1.. hi. I 4ayTorOTHV Ho.it" |lln| fir" .1.'._ .f M kldrtor for) ...! aatlary aebdn..rsliou fiRE
).. .nd-Laul* Chaao lad T".no. SamuMi t*. ,..11 'L AImS pnl'NmNxTIN pnaanderlnir th* or ; ; .4. feet ,.& paint or place of sup.. *. WT .t.! and seal ._ III'." STRIKES,
aaratary--Joh II. water ef th* Atlantl flaT f
.Gr *JW CkjkFraaldat Anauat l lROV
ia .lrd Tnaa I pa. Hal Marti Cauatr AjMtMr VII' 'I"r1 Pr NrR'I' n. .nxv1sl a point which I* 1.14 ehalsaNorth (' ,frmrt ... O, BAKrH "

Bl_ taimil Si BUT Brut** _, j .. "I U"" \t. 'tan IV. 55 of the listS lisa of He*. ro. F upid5, .. ?.witIis.p srltk rlnrla rlfht MARTfl ('0t'NT5r. YOU

bdlu CLint Fatrlarek-rburwond Wllaa Thud Tour. t p.m. A .. lMartkj p "It Hiut'OR. PS.tHtIx "f.t'lTrLCI \. Han thus* |p 41 F.net Towaahl meaiiured IT $...tt nl'Oo'rrnSn'Hv taaniniA. I rtVflhl'rhtMfltqpsy ** tll."ant. .H.II. .. An.. 17 .pt .II. *r.'r" .
..tIr Tuaa, I ,..- IOOF Ball Ca alf rkatarlaaj SaaMrPraaldant t iitirrnr6KL tIn5 5'upltfrJthN Tight angle thereto thenr V. ('UT1Rt.O Ton and tech of yvu are nerny ti turn am t'IT cot PJT nr TOIl 'T GET BURNED

Jntrm ataaak Samara Club **d Aulllary -Rakiiul Marrall t.AI4MIIJ. Weal M a lln. parallel with Ih* I t noses required in file your Anew or %I>TH JtlH'MI. TIH4 I IT an.-
1'TlltUe lat Tuaa, t"' ... Fin* H4ml >k.Multlpw I'.tlff.. Ptit' limo .( said I Hertlon I* 't'TrtqTD rsrn .MRAt.s other pb.adisp .a Complaintntherwla ". M. Hin%. tv AVO I-OM Milt.
.. S.ttsmh.e 5Ass. .
Tb. WNsud..t.) and eoetlnn It, ta th* water .o.I".1 rag oP pun Tit .
(Pomidoot-Un.. Husul 'onlurp UsUal SorrfcaaarMary K. "Mlft. 1 .e tha Indl.. Hirer: tll... ".I .. IT. ..(. .. 1514lx Msrtlloi 1 t-Int'sui Sb. .. ..1 riesxo'prov aol STY rIng PSI "
.... FH. I p.*>, J. B. COatWatat .. Ckua -.Carl H, Tajraa* l..tIt".t."ClT.r" Nnrthweateriv meandering th* naSa's a,: whIch I. I. q5b.t tIlt.I. lOANS 0
Maaoa ...ItadP. lad 4tk Ta. P *.*kFami t>f .l IT Walere of tk* India River boa Thn' tOrE? Op ; Sb. .. droi'rtheS prIlporly, a f Stuart Rotary dub
TO: t'A Rf. m. u" Hin point d"* Weet 0 r Ih* point I. JliWiil, I'd sass : T *. ". allegation, a* ran ME'ii'"tlf
.z 0. SUtarkoWfraaldant City Ham Oa w. *rtm* CWPm.l 11. l l\Ulnn Htreel .f keglnnlnv; thenc Eaet to o.ssuwv. PI.nalun alMM Its th* .*M 4>n.llat will WILUAM t .. n3ihsRumI4LAm.

pchupm 'ToI. _Mn. EHaa FaUarmtlat ..."... New Tutu tk. point *f bpole helneIn I. "Maoisr. be takes n oiireee4 by mM. and l.f.*H.nl. >
," 0. tOI I A ltle IIKRrRT NOTI I '' !> !M' 'h-ff*) erk of and tk **I4 raua Dr. ...
Mr*. Harold ftraua* Tuaa, | hiS *.*, O wFalwIaM Posit. 14 Town.hlp. IT 1.n t plus men 'pa narr it .
that a Complaint t far nlvorr baa COWARD u"" will then r-r* >*e .... Moa. I p.*. act .vth. Han*. 41 Past and -10. YO-WIUMW K VHVISl
& .' Club been filed ngcjnat you sad I pots 1*. Tnwnphl IT "" n **M. or ether ftlewtlnr.... hetle4 l, ) Rtrtry Mark 5.555
Ckaplar IH Wad, irs p.ns.utnd to .eerv a ooity of Tlag* 41 T<.*thr "II 5lwnC "I p'pixrp PIPIMIlSIms. on op ,. Ilt. Kth liar of .tt t.t.. Camlln -
'_ ..&Mn. Harold B.rkayad4tk Call AT T.f.-*t *MI* .. vniir Anower or other written dete all .Ip. 1.,< tS.iwant.app.Ptabniaig n. \ IW.E'OlSIQNiSp' Meplumbup. I ** milk tk* rirrk You app bvrakr ).1 this *t Trade Wto*
| Wad. I* *... kM uM t* stark ramnhtint upon I lainiff I 1. iSo rt. *n-4 a eopr maul .tf. _
10. Cntnptamt .
; fr n _
Ordar W R.. fop CMaWartk Fart Balara HaaM PamMWtntlM Oil Mlirney. T C. II...". I" 0. P.45.- .. :? ,. :that th. Plaintiff k.r4n fIled .lflal .I.lh.*l.a kov.
Ad.._.... CouHarlat FMat IHUk )lsoiUslot Hot I11C Uluart. Florida. and fit. uatect t. *, tilM road right- Vslt'.nal| ef ., Stuns tMlr aitom***, who .. ear .. ax ami tom yos ar koroky '
-.rd Ta.. t iM ..m, Maaoala Tampla ": I'* p-m, OPts CM 'I,. orl"inl A newer or other written I "'.war a. *it In rxclalWarrant I norMs .. .. M. return* Ehiihiwrnt A (5isght.r.nu. f 0*4 I to flIp th* *n tal ad eaur _-4
Rakakak derm tn (,.h Complaint, InI r T>e.l. dated Novm- us "mpr.tap ..,.,. f PP4 Dnt *r St. Mtsurt, Flnrtda.Thla 550. "thor :
< or t bits
floral Mail :. Mra. Oraoa Null RlatUa Fhyan *l Maids CaMtyPraaldanl .* "ffl,'. ,if the lerH. of lha Or nee 14, 1(1*. flUdj Jassnrv II. 54.50 n>r* dl, that It ha. = Order sod Notle ehatj wIM Cwrk of*lko alatylrd ,,, CITY
latTlrd M I .m. IOU Hall .-.Johnnla O. Ibam tlO4t C'.."" I. "lMrl, Florida, on 0 r KIT re rde4 In HM Book '. iwtltlxa, get' dlatrlhutl-w I .* <*w Lad lat-lrd n.. 5 Oaiwral Maatlaa. .r* Ih* Mh 11.' of ..t.'b.., U. '.... 11*... Martin rto.i' dlx-k.rca. a4 ikeO *. U *.. e iMknelied la l..". Wr It, ly:awl turMoIl Pl.l.Hfr.Itarwr .
Elk UT*
XdMvt- aMM ** Uat Tkura, I p.m, lumInous MaMrn '* Florida. reuord cu"t. I -mh.r *iIi spoty to 'nnljr *f Martin.I Plorids.l lr COMMISSION
ICtiluet ._Karl O Emil IP yon "'L Tt. no on, 10... .1110 onorable I '* ("Wry, 3,. flus.tP a,. week f*. # = >)4 .!.. .mISTS. n
onthar th
I f. axkarww
I a.., Maya St Lwla blat Yaakl Chub _tot bv |tera,lt VIM he take Th. a4! Inlereeta I* Pal4 CrossSatuVsaut4 twl. or ru.t.. ". | *, *h tha* r lHil will ...
usual Skrlaw Oak Commndor*.. ta* Hawk a mln" sot h>r th* relief demand- bm. paId' pamfyIHTrn pup .. mTal .f **w ftMil nttrm* f.5Th f.. C t 5*>.a*" "mp hy STUART
"pouId.okJOb. .IJe" lat Taara, P p.m. Yakt CM- ,4 |. lite .IVmxUIntnrtXR ..(. t I..'->r a* ... of d1alrth.tWw> aid ISIS I ., A. "kxnof" aoat
hut '..." B P.. Mnnst TMb' Club SND ORnRRm> .. fHnartM.rlln ihla lit ..1.1. i float itla'har* .. .l' .. .SITNtWM pioridl 0
hUmid c1'.. Stuart Board at Raalt* ("""t.. Florida, thIn lltk kr, l lMnnT o l ''. will of F<*. XECULARMONDAYS fR'1'1."Ira
SaVIor CooOOu'4 hiusurd PmMtahmRns.oi TUnas day nf A Mall lub T... p Plums Rst.1 lIFnneIf Pprw'tt I. p..qom WS"1OPJA $1.. \L W
bob '., P pa. DV p.a .. .AX at lbs. t'll.S I amp 4tb
.1 Or TUB eItS'rien. P.T"v OR fur 5'5'I'55WP. '" 8 Jusmils Casifluldt10srnv
= t'-=. IJ_ $udstpPpn.l4.na..Thus.a. roiRTn Py Kvan Cratv le. "L..5" ? &r"p't ('lath
rtmw .I"ianlta CanlfUM. AC.5iol'BaV : for Plaintiff i's 'rrm,.. f'fiesr, CTHTFIT PilAI.5
lad Mans.e.-- Ird Mo*. I *... PublIc ldkm t not'l 11 N.lo. Hank '555*? t\ : ACGrreas.o0J. ( Hf Jttnwr Saasityff.*'
; 'OP rlff, Sups,, .. Sly Win.A (htstrtnurptls.P II .r. Jf
w. JI.t.-II" Jonoph ...1. ... YMrlat Cluk P (V ITM k. If 'brat PSIltrots's as 14 Awratt WlPufc. 0. tWwar 5 s .4. Ptu's,4s M.'f P.Mk Ahr-T Wtln-M

...," ._. I P.a 11T..10 1.14,4 .. S p.m. VistA .. lustS Florida '. |* and IT A.r".I I HkW Stuart, 7i.urtS. P.Olm Beset,. P'iortSa. .
Pub. luc It. lipS. X I*. IVIH4 P. :. [ hIS. :as, .. ., n.. ...Asp. ST. .,I.., V. IH' Poib. A,41Tliptl,1.h1i544 I- -- -


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State Selling Historical Heritage for 'A Share of the Loot'? "1W ..!-- I When Jean Ribnut, the French I Anne snaIl ohjccti of M.nan: Inn STU.\RT (F1orIdIt) NfWJ TlmrsJay. Stp
explorer, tejBWMPW ariav. goIq ioclu tiiu nny gpldcn aili _

eral i m WM '. apace gator, have S e rouikd in niotfen -

Discovery Treasure Coast mumle. IJ W MM ta u che
Spanish nMW T&toroame R.
caloosabasa and there
n treasure which boa$ im
hIs a muicwn Home of Refuge. except for eiea-
rung wwml ta cifed pro well may be *Vn hers around -not to be maltetf down title "
I tog ta fntitude Stuart a treaaure ef Maran temple iavwtipuion by eaMpetent
tcln map f not to be oU in dee eejMioe marketplvce. :

hs / .&the gold hidden by tic Ittdians. accordint to Otorl Val .,

Revives Fontenada's Story of Gold Trove HE StW MILLIONOf Some aulkortttN aajf that Fonte Clear now at Miami who is the men's While hands the glitter shake of it fa xM pepbeMe makes

nada returnHl to rforWt* a* an former director of mir House of I that the State of Florida it
Intereat to this area ia Port. interpreter for UM cruel Pedro Refuge Museum here. Its

tenada'a of "the riches D'AMe Me M.wi. One of Men- priceless historical heritage for

SomewhereA Wagner began finding occasionalold I among the Indians of South Florida Florida Indiana were tough and found by the aceount foJiaM which endet' heutetftant. is Cfeditcd with call.Clear"the i il showed of the by what he I a share of the loot. t
Aa rape"
coins washing onto a shallow in his memoirs, which were courageous fighters. Moreover, perhaps were at o executing Carlos, the cacique of Itifltoritall A more far-seeing policy for

cove below Inll: o-tanaled written 'in Spain in 1575. The even before Ponce de Leon "dis or over. In bar; of silver., the Calooias presumably for refusing > treasure of the plate the I. I. Board which it. jeasmg ..
bluff near his hixrw. He called the from the Florida in 1513 the dola" the kid of the State of florida out the
Fortune, were translated Spanish covered" news and in of jewelry I to tell here the treasure trcafture-huntfiiif privileges I
aride which ia
strand his 'money beach." by Buckingham Smith and in 1945 of how the white men bad treat aol"y the the Mexi had been ldl1ell.Fmtenad..a licensing tht treasure would be to guard aft undersea

Pirate treasure ? Wagner Glades ed of Cuba and Santo ma.e hunters and taking a fourth of theloot wrecks "historical
perhaps they were reprinted by the Indians Indian which Ihe passenger little book Is ab- a tr.4sures"j'

Is Waiting consulted a number of experts including House of Coral Gable Domingo had reached the mainland were bringing with them. These reserved for scientific exploration .
torbmgly interesting. Today'splaci In his and he i il
opinion- a na
Albert Nation I the
Manucy. America. by stale's
of universities
Fontenada was the son of a things divided with the names have survived throughthe and museums.
CIO tionally recognised authority on '
Editor'( Note: This feature Service Castillo specialist de San at St.MarcosNational Augustine's Spaniard who took part in the I Fontenada. presumably becauseof cacique Aia bags, Ouat. centurieS He tell of the vast the uihjeci-uch historical treasure ':r

from The Stuart conquest and domination of Peru. I his youth was one of the few Mayajuac Mtyaca, "Uke Mayafmi." today's Lake should not be touched by am- The galleon with their coralr
jj Monument
Luis Aran
News reprinted \ County Sunday also of the monument;; staff Dr.. He was a thirteen-year-old boy being whose lives were spared. He lost tok pleased him o the Okeechobce. from which today'smetropolit ateun. What the sea or the land encrusted gun and cannonball, Jummht

Free Press for the benefit of Joshua Dickinson director of; the sent from Cartagena to Spain $25,000 in gold which hi* parents best part I of Miami gamed itt baa hidden so well should be exptorevl well' be a future tourist att"

our many out-of-county subscribers University of Florida Museum for an education when the ship had given hint for his educationand Ais ..what w now call the name Martin County has a "Port : only by competent archae. trAtion a* undersea diving equipment ..,.

who do not receive the Dr. William H. Sears professor; that he wa on, with 200 othen a running tart in the New Indian River and the Jtagis were Mayaea. on the huge lake. ologlwa. He view the treasure and vehicle become more '

aboard was wrecked in the Florida World became slave of the the tribe inhabiting the St. Liicle I hunters of and more efficient.
Sunday paper. which is mailed of archaeology and Robert Ne- and a as destroyers priceless
Martin County postal patrons. smith, a leading; old Keys-then called the Mar- great cacique (or king) Carlo of and Loxahatchee River region, TOD\"S TRAGEDY historical artifact and looter* on Their destruction by treasure tI
to authority on
Spanish coins. t>rs-in I 1545. the Caloosas over around what is with their main town being f the Cold I Is where you find it-and a l par with those who dig into hunters h sacrificing the treasure --

Somewhere I n South Florida Prospect for a serious treasure Only a handful of the shipwrecked I .1 today Fort Myers. For seventeen hug shell li on Ibo coast of some day a bulldozer carving a I ancient kitchen middens heedlessly of history for the peed of the ..

B vast fortune la gold is awaiting !hunt grew bright when Dr*. Dickinson Spaniards escaped deathat years until he was a man of thir. road down the tea coast may turn I destroying the record of the flionjent r

di overy. Its greatest value. however and Sears tracked down an the hands of the Florida Indians. ty, he lived. traveled and hunted Fontenada also wrote at las up a glittering: yellow disc once past.In. ..

is as a priceless historical old map showing Cape Canaveraland Unlike the more tractable and easily I with the Indians of Florida being I' half a dozen plate ( o. dedicated to the Sun God of the I I fact while he wu directorof There are about I U.OOO licensed ?

Ireasure. the San Sebastian River. A conquered Carib 0 f Haiti the first white man to see the looted by the Indian on both Mayan The bidden treasure secreted our museum he secured from day care facilities in the nation .

Part of it may be here in Martin 1 1 I map notation said, "Opposite( this Santo Domingo and Cuba the Fvcrglade Gulf and Atlantic Coast. for centuries, will surely. the I. I. Board a protective agree- accommodating. I u.(((( children .f

County. Some of the golden hoard river perished the Plate Meet of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 5.5.555: IIRTS.K.110fT LJCeaAI Asnt5cN5lCMiCWF ItAAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVtftTIIIMCNT ---HI- II. AlMKHTIiit-StrNT_ '
artifacts may be buried 1715.
of Mayan -
Island Sewalls I r

on Point Hutchinsoa or Rocky Point. A portionpf USrDn E DETECTOR I PROPOSED (CONSTrnJTIONAL APMENDMFXTS TO 0E V01TI ON NOVEAIBEX 3, 1H4 I

the huge treasure in ancient "Treasure" fever had me in i its NOTICE OF SPBCIAl EL.ECT1OWHEHICVS linn II. artleSs \It of th. Oonullutlon 'll..t. ehall b f I Is th I Na f IllOC'Tlrof I. ArldlUwitl M.lhodof diaIri' ",. .. n5h., tisini' -Farina
and silver bars may be found grin, Mr. Wagner said. of florid In horn by *rl.i < n"m. Ih. *, .It of .d.IIS. KMATR JOINT IOt.l'TfON imuinf or A. *jnti'. '""' .r"IM'
gold For he nosed about Ih. Uerlel.tlir of : und hall .ubniit.d In the tin,, Sot *h.ll b* |MU4 tor and o.nb lulloil. A. a ". tlnr rfjrilH** C' .., : jI= .Ijl: : .r
some day at Jupiter along the some years IBM un"., the ('on.tlt.Uon of IIIof Hrrior* of Ih* ".1. fnr rulfllion ,', ,h.1,sf 55,. CoupI bourd .f p.555. \a Sit Ik. rnllr conalltwtan TCiHda, Inlurpul ni'S '
of Lake Okeechobce in the beaches and palmetto scrub Ih* Htate' of Klorlil did pJulnt ... or rcjwtlon at tao next *.n. S: Slop lpqu.'tleW b :anaP'elhro.f A JOINT RRHOUTION i>ropo l lnk IL.d mm *n additional ..lhD .f r.. 55-,,. 55erpn 5 POP moss'a-aaiins, thot Set
shores in thickets shore ltiolnlon prnpnalnr menimenta rial .Iwllon to b. held In Move. pp.1 Ii. p1511.0 : amendment ta Arllrle Xof \ f vim** nr ain>ndlti' any portion or .u'h d"ltotninltloa-a OIl"
the muck of the Everglades or on using a war-sur tn Ihe Connlltutlnn: vf 550 brl, Spit: _. "t qu.I" .l-ftor. f,... Uw florid* Onn.lltutl"n. Pviol- Portion of It, either nr.nch of lbs as uui, ( lIt" ottr155, t
the vicinity of Fort Myers.It plus mine detector. Now and Slat of Florid, and they war hnlden .h.1 r*<|Ulr4 !". IiiKIHe .. i Spa 50 150 los-cOon .f Ii,. Slt'at l4rll.iur*, aS| any r. iiler aMkin, ri,,, >..rU, r., ; sa '''t..is h"r4:
then something came to light: a aaroeij lo by a vote of thr *>fltlhof iSa-lion U. II1I00L '):\ ron .. of a v rnm M! aditlnit *hn'liust nr at any 0(0.5.1) nr mrao.rdino.ry tn. d..r"'I". in .ddltlon I. 11f"
was described as "worth a the mimheii elecUd alh C'Atlt'Ai it'TL.AY I5stjJt.5iiK' U. provldlnt far niua, to I Iaur In. ...'.n (.lied for Ih* nurpoae gledy p'ipin I iS' p.w.r.
dollars- 412 years ago- clump of cannon balls broken ho.:.. Th* vot.. of *.I.Io Join .- ta) tWlnnlnir: January I. mlnd NO.COMMITTBB 0 continuity of r>lale and l rn.llion. fm k.aoitittoip were entered upon thvlr l operillontperiod Is n of (he entire nnnilliMllon( or Ciedn
pottery a pair of cutlasses- for thirty-five (IB) p..cr. tlteicfl tlo ernmrnl id
and what it would be worth today *.pectlJnumall.. with the; ye. .-r. III* fleet prweeiln of I h 0 HUI.MB JOINT HK of *m.i ncy roiulllnfrom a- rs51.Sa-t or smeedmone if a-hi 5hu ainkio' Ciiad. ,.Ii'"I
ally a handsome gold ring set witha .nd lirmol%, .d 'h..y dIet d.t.pmln. .- .. 19IOt :: : portion w pnrllonn thrnf and Studs r.p. 1
times that amount. For nejO po.nUp. ,.rived 'rem I U h. II... 4l.ialn >e is many two and one-half carat tone .. aid dimPi shSt the ..id Inif n( motor vehicle to the c si'il )0 .1I..1t. rtirecl and iirovld for in .lctlontherv ".1 pn,5 bril.t dl.'rl, .r "Si.. .
now every item of it is a museum Joint Reeolullona t>. ubmlited tth nci.m.,ary to > with lh* pin.vlelona A JOfVT RRHOIJJTION( propo.ln PR IT I-allalur .' n.K """ h.r.."".,, I, l'Ui't4tsam .SIt.
carrying a value far beyond and crudely cut diamonds.The vleitori of Ih. .1.t t. of .'10" "". of h'n amendment, oliall 'an rncndtnenl.lo Arilrl MHwlhMt r Jt.'t"'IV'HI r.!* ror rlorldaThai : islaiitr.d. 0' ",.,".1". .n" 5.155"Spalipt _
piece treasure hunt now turned at lit* ,1ft, ,.t KlKCllon on Nov.mber a" .ollected, b* |,lai..d monthly Ir of th. atalo ,. | Ih Joint revolution !I. adopted Aer'in I .of '" '
Its weight in silver or go d. 5. u. the county itapltal outlay anil debt linn, authorlalnc I'rlnclpal hh follow I Inaamendm* by yota of throe fifth. 11/15| of th* 53' ,1 ass' .Oh.r .:.r..fl'I" 'i '
This fortune was divided la six from weekend hobby into a ful NOW THKRBPORK, t. rrottiit1. .xrvlc whool. fund In Ih. atatrtreniury Stile Hthonl Kund lo p* eop.ndu's of ,'l of sItu Florida Con riicn.heri elected lo eat'S tiuuee.Ihe ,trld". dl.'rl"/, "r lOlipp '51,1'5.1 las- H. '
between fledged undersea expedition. Mr. Beiretary of Btat* nf th and need only a. prnvldrd for (pllal irutlay on behalf mutton by o.ddln Mellon IAtreed : psa and nayi ahall' k* enteredlipntt :I. / ,' pr.tvida,5 lisps .
eliall .
hidden in six places : to aid be uhmltleto thOr journila amiIh I.r :
parts and look. Utate of HnrMa i da hereby .lvnolle In thla amendment. Hitch revenue; of Mtal Institution* of NUherIx retportlve so aaid bond., ISa
Wagner piloted a light plane the eiecier* of lie .UI. for raIflcallon proponed revIsion .mendincut ,..
the Indian River on the East that aQENICIUL hull. be distributed annual I I yPlease >arnln>. h Junior t'ol I or oil Ih..t a-a an 'iltvralptpst' oboil
ing for clues to ancient wrecks: a 10. everel lounlle. In the i.e.*, and (' : Outlay for1'ubllo or re jm I*Inn at Ike aenrlection .1 hill be ibniliud tit th* elef- 5. 1St silo' 114
Ca- "
the mouth of the : held I lo November. IlllKCTIOX lire of Sit, alas, for It.I.: whirk '.
Coast and long coral hrouded oval oJ1X."fIQM rciiauf' the number or (Ie.rwtlosshill Hchoola.tin : ratification orrejection 0555, psi ,,'n-4 iS. : pitsp:
loosahatchee on the West Coast. n pos In ach county In each jcar IT mumi.VKn .. M. OoHtlnulty >>f vmernment. at lisp net! lenenil rliclinn sl't'I'ued 1"1..... sod lho' a5i,1, In. ,-aVaais.n5
sibly the decayed bone of a hull: will h* held In each County I Iwhich In cumpiitd, aa provided h..I". The Th* leilalaiur I In oer held mure than eevenly till 1 ahaiS baa' ini.peal .
to lalur of th (
Its last possessors were put coral-encrusted ballast Piorlia' on sho rrt$ -u. ": att.ras. mount of th. VIral revenue derived Ir./hI.11 In lnur* ronllnulty of. al.ii ".,. ,flrr ike ..t"p"". tf Ih* paa..tiutl..tI Pat. 01 ibru. sea t'IPI ii) IIIp':: .
cannons; .,' That artt"li XII. ofth Miilei.
but never revealed fIrst 51-ndav I from th. llcrnain, of motor end Sarah governmental' operationIn hr vole nf Ihceefurihi ...u.
the torture "Real 8 Corporation'meaningocho dat, I ii November i 1":1 vehicle to b o.wO. a I do III Klorldn (> I 'II'.n ".,Ic"" of *merency ,reeultln 1'4| nf the member elevt* -to It.Ii
where it was secreted. reales." the Spanish term Cop th* ratlfltatlon or rrjertlnn ...h pearssi 4 ,ti.tributpd so pro. .d *el ConS from 4l'. tr- mue4 bf enem ed.1'0 ciu'h Souse, :ISat.lclil' tur* Tb. aalI shalt
PLATE FLEET lh. Mid Joint Kemlntloiili prolio.Inir .' vhl..1 tspreis .h.1I b. .n .mnulIl paid _amendment bo loth an.ek, hull: h.ve Ih* Bower *n provide, fnr .ulimliilon I *tei a Sualip a,. laid fu :1" .a-5 :.::
TilE for pieces of eight-wa forme .nicndmenU' lo the (Conmitu equel I'n 55 p.ur.a-sie to 'h. pu.d. *l ilora of riorlda for r.llflea, the lnsm.'IiaSadIlly III" lo prnvldfflr ec|>r eleclloit at an ..'11.' 41*. t" ....,'. Viral, in pay t'" rent .1'
The finding of what is termed Its members were Wagner; Dr. lion of th. Htat of Horlda, vln: net nf (Cur husdrpd dflsra .14411.sa lion in rejection at tha generalelection prompt otto) l tn,or.rf aipmra'plop Th* ,..r..t..5' nf alal ihell tea.. S.l'int.'pni .n.1 n'.'.., InetistIt,5 If
: J lo In November.1M4 I 4 dull.* ofp11511 onlIpa a-f 'S I5Iptt orafliplt'IltitIti asp ..id I iusda ,
dollars Itlplled I by the total number b .1. ttapo w.raan hn.f' cia-fin '
in 'ih !
morO than a million Kip Kelso the family physicianand No 1 liKtruitlnn unit In nil lhI iss"' : office! nf wh.....' nitur of dal. ef r Sb. i a, :"h' Vet ,ps ..1.' ., '
doubloons pieces> of eight.' silver friend; Colonels Dan Thompson JIOl'dB mt\T KSWOUTIOMNa to of ."Orl". Th. .urn b.. "V I.- "" i, rniwtrAt. 01* STATS and whather filled by election oppnlntment. p elect Its Uicreon. In ke pub)leheiooiintir' I .t aith ,.,sei>. 5, apeaiI 5'Illlmati
i lt .,
in the f-x s1) Inntruillon unit In parts county I IVKh hi .1mINI'.U RIWAI; IN- In Inctiinhent, '51 5wt' ''n un. wapas'.p tn a.'II P.0,5 dlolrtt't'. op outS.. t'
bullion and gold jewelry' and Harry Cannon from Patrick A JOINT HRWH.ITIOX' Pnoron1V yi>*r for the purp..a of (5,55 > :. I ": { Th hlchnrryini may nociirn* unavallabl Cot "which a "newipaper !SltUislS.sp.i ::il.l.(aelna di.I5'I ihpr.oC lot'-
coral-encrusted wreckage of Spanish Air Force Base at Canav- AN AMENt'>tE'Sr f>V AHTIriJS i-ndinvnl phull I b* Ih* *ri lr o V prlniliMl, Ih*. echool 1 fund : on Iho liowern an4 dulte the flret |whlli'.llnn In : ealphI4afl, p aiubin: Sun,) 1
the coast from Vfl OK Tit I XHTITmTlf' ( ) th* nuinhrr of Inntrurtlnn I netS ball ,.m.11 .. unit Inviolate' of *ur>h ofnc.*, and (II lo 1 *4"t< he nut wore thin ten tiC' or ,lemthan "PsInl I,. et.ot CuSIsra- tl55'iPp55pto$
I galleon off eral (now Cape Kennedy); Navy demolition OK THB NrAlinO'Apr.m) ;: In aa r S Oo'rnt> for thI nrhix.t except Ih* principal' ofauch tick other im>aaiira, a* niy, bnc : cl ril |tli w kefi>r* lhlectlutt or s.sit 5'.ids Sn,) .aaitiisa :
Fort Pierce northward brings to expert Lou Ullian; Lisbon n-nm flrl v-.r UA -. .oniiisI I II h fund)may be expended for .. *ry and proper C. Ineurln And Iho MHiiiit pitnllcaitiin, I S I I ,las "U..I".II .."rI..._ Jf
trea&lire. )EST fit" TRIO 'oIHP' la'I.IsiATIitIt h a- m nnr hr.toforo nroTldr capital ontlar nn hehall of *lal* Ih* iMMMlotillf of :: niration ,- t jo b* .l I lc.et on* 555| iJ., I .h., .5)) .,''p..,. Ih. sottt'ip.'l
mind the earlier greater Futch. a river and waterway : t'lSi>vii>iNfi iron HI'BMIPFUON by Ki>ni>rl I ,lw or t1> Ihnumbn In.llliillone of blither learnlnir, 'In I 'lb p.n fhc flr.t I i iind nm ten In ott,,S fr .ny II'.r "r toira will ..'r
expert. Dell Long and Irving Tay. TO THU H.WTOKS. HIt ; of In.tnirllon urlln, I rludlnir junior celleiea and capital .. power*.It.'t" ,"" 4'.i".u.JI( :( II week" hrfuiiIh: 'lci-tlon, ifproline.il 1505 r'iinsI, ."hp.Ssl'i paspattlo ''h"r" .
find is coming from with know lltmlvpd Iiy Th* LefjalvliirOf .u.. h tonntv fnr Ih* whnnl flnwnVrttofnr outlay for publlo cchuola.NIX shall| In all r'.I..rt conformto 5VtI5utoenw5l.of I ) tIn: anI eli)' r.e.ialt, Solsnmn -
The current lot boatmen a niemt .,.lveit the f.vn..h''_ ... ''dih
expert r
the Plate of florid: 15. m a P no lisa requirement' of thl* rrniatlIh 'I sI pr,, .mli, ., pr4
fhe wrecks of ten or eleven ships ledge of local shores; and Captain That th. fiilloe.ln amondmen or h.r*'ft,.r pmvlilril, b: I 1.11,15 neat,5 I I. 'ha .11.01 iSiS In a mutorllt .f II,. .'.'. Vul laaeshlp '11-I "f ..1.. I... .I'.ll"
de la Plata" or Officer of A'"... VT1 of tSp ron.tltullon enere I l w 'II HOUfPB JtTN1OKSOUTIQY! .Mil merit pf Ih* Ica-lelaliire; oIn lea lake effect atn lb. year 5. p,
"Flota and Warrant : t.
of a royal with John Jones of Florida !I. .rerd la and ..h,11b. sept. ho.nl "tI.\:\).,:vIt.-rn>rt:. P40. 1,45 do wniilif h* Imirct1e hl I* of > io.'hr"n..IIJj.tll Tiraiday flerIhf niSIl.d I''tl rl board .. tnll.w.
armed treasure fleet laden Robert Johnson of the Kennedy uhmltted, to tao .elector st e alpha bo ( Would Idwll vt und't* d-l.t'. the January SIcily 'wr teal IOe'. t I." lion 515,1, '
for the Spanish Ship .1.,. for rillflctl or r*. : of ., ,, t U I Imrh A Jolter RRMOUrriON nropoMnran rMlnwfnif' the electlen If voted upon 55054 ipsrlnss.itl It' I ho "n: ,
New World treasure Space Center I ectlon .t the general election o' on b..hpIf of whir amendment lo AritelStt uf vIew P .tI' *enr>l 1d uliall'sfl. alitl' nn :the 5OPlSt'liot of Ihs"tIts.lptl-iioti fI' ilali
ten ships were I in the : Ihe Slalal'.nititIti"st aildlnt ftla l tlcln I nit> y aftkr ISO electionif
Crown. The Florida's representative 'd4. thu Hint* board -f durtlrin hili hm'llPJ JOINT IlO5)Lt'T1flN an'S' brid."' williS n
hurricane in 1715. William Kidd director .ur sunk by a enterprise was AllTICtB VII .rtlfl.m.* un l.-i, Ihlamendntnt ., (Male relatln- t. II,. : Ia oil Her e0oi Op ony a s 5 .1 I af bplI.o "''"''''n. I..r.. 55.!. .
The earlier wreck. whose treasure of the Internal Improvement APPORTIONMENT ANI C5CP4i'VIIit1tton w Ii 5 r prodttriifflplent pl.ntop or apiNilntnient .f Pup.uI'istpnt.pI JOINT VlpuIOI.t'rlr: >V ptxinonln. .I lan.i been found. oc- other rv.nu ->hu.JIJ .I. Ihlmnndmnnt : .f l'hl" Stet rlu'hSon an omendment to Article I |V. So. "Oul lIe i "i'..I\h.: Hoopi :..
has never Fund. Among things. 1. DMI-OHlTtOW O:.i ta *qii,1 l on. unit nn*. In LncainklK., <>kwI'hob -> Una II of Hi* t....i|.n .f flnr Nil. II Ii., 1st>, ,.,..'.'..1."... .t .",'h .""". 1..
in 1532. the state'st,1.sts in TillS IJCUIHUATaKK. Th* le l lUturo .e. |'aim 1iea< t'uinam and Ida relHlma- Iii duthi* of Ih. ,. ;
Furred the agency protects third ( I l/l ltm .l lila .r ". 51,4
The recent discovery of some in the recovery of drowned of th* Mtal of Florida *.5.1'hllIaSdJi toiuunl of prtsoiIpsJ l hI'"r: rrr' re*t Hmulnol, &o'ttiU.aThost _m''. _...., ."''''.'' .".. IIDIVM JOINT 1t1C..tITtllf :,r, brl.I""I .

the galleons grave' of the treasure. representative aesfaaal, Memlir,sshsIsPe.* uf (5.snS.t. o. afl. 55 nr : I It PR IT;UKHtifJVKti TTorliia Xerlalalur Ia-a InclIne prrlaitIIna 1.1.: 'xrr .I.IIIT'' -'IA!: NIL Phi f i' ".
of ussnht.. rertlflratM* V'iZ of ill* (Male"I ;:t4 ::54aIi.: :: ?t: :
: ,1
Storm pf 1715 and what proved to The Real 8 team used two mcth .h.1I b. atmrl.t.n,1 pt.mb.m.Cot' a 'omnr or will .. : upS h."m. article' XII th* Klorl.UToneUlutlon Istr IT ") /If:." r.Itro 'h"I''tf" A JOINT BrWILITION prnnoln, L. .. iUpsiaISoi' .
tt..sm 14' V.a-Pa 1.tiwaat $ Sota-4ar" I.
of drowned u be the richest ods of : airlift dredgingthat the houio hail b. lrted. Cop a I' 5pi aaOpSlop tV the ,
prize recovery h. ,. her .fter provliled ,,. p"wr
"" forth below sn'S that o14 r* ,Ntton isis Ifos CoilowluS anius.tmu sqArU.hs linn U, or tko fTuneltfllhmi of IIMl.lo tt
., I .
wealth since thee 17th century was shoots debris-filled water to of lerm membere of two of ill the y*IrnUUturi.r Ih ehi'.M"II by l.n..1 I l I... mil tpprov.. b* *uliinlii,d to lh*' vleiionof IV jSottthl, ': nf J'fl* i.f. flu/M* rel.ilnitl. 5. 'IM- .5,55 h.cr55004""(," ,'.sod" I.tr tt ..SuWi.iatipI n,5p,' ai'la5SdlSpst '

by Kip Wagner a construction the surface in a large hose, and .pi,. th.t 1..1 Tiop.doy .tt.rIS by the bo.r. "''rld. f.r ,.ln..II. or rejection ti's I ,,euIilsiiols 1 Ii .. and lion .nit flrrZmw' lfc> ulemllni pa
made .
and InIn..nb.., Inp1.5 at lh* .. .Uon I. .5.11 I b' .nhpsitt.4 tj.\: :\' .1 ,, ...I." of time roviti-d h* ..!. Sls ,.PVe,'. ,... ltd ,.11. 1 .
MundlO6 ; '
fI.1 :
engineer of Sebastian, let blasting of the sea floor to rpsiiiar .'."II..n ,..r, Itom- Kui-h fund, Co 4l. rlhule4' PhsIl l lb (M held ,In "..."", 1M4, Pt'. p5,. atas. ts.v 1.,1"tsp .it.Io'I.l 1 IX, iMHinn. is. unin Januarr Sit I 5551, 5.5.401.5"',. .ll5 t't.a .l''
nine associates. They formed a clear away debris. A sensitive unjerwater b.,. of 55. .uns'. and h"... "f "1'. o4mlnl.tered by Ih. tte, bnirM Unction -, .Ilh'l(uperlnlendenlof ,.' """ .1 ha p.su.r15 belt I. 111 PSlI.,,. II ,. T.I,, ,,V 501,1 las,'

and began a systematic magnetometer and othtt rro'ntativ.i .h.1I ". .I.pd ao p1,5. now .. '.d ind ".II'u'.4 h public In. apnnlniirenl i.p Nnvem. "U, tin IT II "." .Y" ky Ihe U.l.. 5555,,. litu If. n' 151., "",.."...,
corporation in shod by law. Any new county thn .,-sIn of rtl.'le. X or IhConnlltiitlon In fertile" untk*.- neciion I*. r.. to u | nnroirrlmitiur Istur of Ih. *tt. of riorlduTh.J led .,./ s's Pp.5,0, ."v lit henS .
search of the sea floor metal Jetector helped locate may b. created ahall b. entitled of rlnrlda. \fop the four years heavy in I" one III member In the h".. of thl. mendmenl.. ahall b. appointed ,., apr05ilIUpa05555 perrlcnlture ArtU-le llf. awiloo. 5.0,5. iV .,, ,.t,. :.
Seas instruction
the Fort Pierce vicinity. sunken metal. of rr **nlMtlveo' 'tn.sit..oIIn, I :::r.j. aa now ron :.t by Sled county boost ., publicInetri.'tton taPasw'S ..,.. I. .'.U.n to ... In* >:.,. ('nnntiiHtlnn ke .:'M! 5.Id' ..... "Iom Ih. ....4I'f 'i
ft0- the area. making visibility poor limit preecrlhed In the following.eetloni .h "". ma a body ,,,, In Mi* .aounlle of K*. I .. m.r ho prcrlbed hr .. .< followai U hcrehv ..reei ahta .,".".""... Th. ..
STORY for divers. of thl* arllil until the I d..ln.the life" of ISIs .. ,, r-amhla. LiSa. Marlln. Olteachnbe: *, ,low. II. ehell .1.l have .unervUlnltnf In and hall h* mbmiltcil I. ISO p., .,.".lIn" ...... .. ,
GEOGRAPHIC oxide-blackenet peat reipnorllooment end Ih* eouty .. .h.1 h*". all th. pown pro .**. ,< llavn. ItMnam and ISo (tat* nrlaon., pad .".11 ,,. lector. of Ih* pilMie, fnr P55115-|' ..-.. 5,,. SarsI opir..",la-pd .. .
Mr. Wagner' full story of the Unglamorous C ubati) b* aanltined when created vldfd Ihl. mendm.nl In ailS., wherein lh* prupoiilon |..10'.1. farm .".. nlher .MI** una, brbrerlbe4 linn or Jeei.ii .1 jk avneral W*. 1Vittspa.s.bI.5. .""'11 a,. ,,,..
will in masses turned out to be accreted t to iwMlorlaJ dlatrlct .5 4cMrm.IneJ Ion In all. oiber a.p.llhiiIa-nei' l ana1p0550rv ad by rnnjorltr vote of th i: v by law. lion: "f tIavpib.p, |;I4' ::; : i' r l Iso
Fort Pierce Find" appear by the lenlalatur. power related li> Ih* par fled .1." of puoPh. .. ",.
issue of National silver coins.. The inner layer of APPOnTIOV.MKNT POM.. of thl* mendmenl h..I. I ly miklnr.lb." any nf rounly."ouaPtP.s.nl.5s Net "JIIIOf"'Tftl'f mr.4 5rtrpe U rtoard of .4ml.. '", U4k i-nltntv' : ,ienn.pai.i ,
a forthcoming coins were as bright as the day 5ot'JonI._ Th* lefleUturo ihall for or h..f., "nr.., ppuPOSIt of ;, : InatrutiloIn 5 S2ATYS I!' tPSISon trnxilln* >*d lila !5.5.4 pcneca ft the bo:r4 far ..pi', K
with 1& dramatic series tlj : Nil. ... aiiriPitii> amf .. ria. dnrd au tl
geographic minted in Mexico City. divide Ik* Ute Into fony-tw ( 1)Mnatorl poSatluS.. ri sip ? the connMe *lla* ." In
of color pictures made by National they were *! iSa-ri'S.1 with only : f A JOINT reyIJTIOV fironoa Thai be lnln( *> pri'mOod nmnir them ami !
board .
(II .W .'.j:
"cob ut 51
The crudely fashioned elected In 'h dla.rlit .11. .t toe *B m.e.l.4anl la Artlclo XVof : ;'v'.I acid fund on lIla am i
Geographic diver-photogra- II I) nenttor (h) .Ule hoard .h.ll. In ad. lion of the county 'iartda : IMl, nnd fnr ,- aid lf ,mcce U "1.11,11'
have intended e.cent Iher* ahill : It dlllon ii le -tln which ho Ih* ConulUullon of ha411 |75, lhrfter tn .', of < are
which the Spaniards may i lo II* I connlltullnn kn may t > '' nnMn IK* -*r l eoenlle.
lo h : I
: : : a etion number
*; *
Phers. tlcl aitlliin thj .
hmanagement b $ ef
._ Ul ,
clii her. I
Matutury $ olM-ilog or pity *n Iwo.cenj. per
An exhibit at the u.National ueo- to remmt in paIn-ara pnpulnua. ; county: th* additional.*enatnr ; .,", .:I ". Mipervl lot of any regular primary. or t .d hv Ih* >crlry of 1:1. uIknrMinr total '.. *Ievtc4 kr a-tale ww lirwie ert.m,d rSp.W5. i* .of ck mid lievular eiftenee.*ot.Io urialt. k* t
rlTll f
trial *
especially valuable since few specimens belnr ..I.l ned Ih number, ",- Inn of hip prnredi of Ihe era! election la b* 'deelaWed braiw aa.'Iltua and other like prnductaof ...,,
Ih l ,
headquarters 1: .. ". ,. I> 4. l pp'S Ik* l.eliU -|'
c's Washington niy.mi .
araph tv-lhre 1411. The forty-two III ,1. ..
I of the 1700-15 period are part of Kti* revenue derived lh* hnar4 af pahlle |nemtnn| "" now known; thePecnnd l.rm> limit Ih. .
in December will show a part dlatrlct> utiall b* apportioned amon* Ih* lte' motor vrblrlei : nd upon uch Qmely renueet |he np pr< if-\'irr M SIt. ga-sic fin. Tn. ...1 urn olbefuel / r ospeno. f ihf
glmer- left in the band of museum and Iko ...,aI conntlea of th* Pies.P. vlil.d for I"r*tiker||(>n :11. t: 5,50,4 a-C a-o.0IV '. .1. _. Ulur .r Ihf Mini ei rfiirlilaThi an.Il. pnipel motor irehl*> .i, "
of the fabulous treasure-" collector. ii 50 provIde ,.ssiIs.bt. e.p,.. .11. .l.n h.". ,. puck county will call (ucll .penlaJ an meniTtnenl la Arllct hell *. ,...,"| h* klefd' mnniM m u I'iioraig
log gold doubloon silver cobs"Pr private .wIstIs., bii..4 U5iU amtsrs.'mnmir C.. ii, a-V sSlalntnl. election or aum l. b* viced onlh awl nf iho rio rtdo. rnelllMtlo br l I. 'In she 'Mlal. II... 14..loull..n.
odd shaped pigs Wagner' nineteen-year-old nephew 1".11. ..gp.thi" .,.. Ca5550 ., of .an. "ouslp ka-OP ballof *l uck ether electionr dung led rtlo *e| forlh below Trij.t P-tiiid In Ifc. Dial Traeii > JllrN't sEsnI.tl'iotPSrIi .
pieces of eight Rex Stocker found a price- and population ICvery dlntrlct hall f ,nhtIe 'n..I.n In as, iiIrIIibItItIn popp.kioaetatSar puo,5tpa In k* ni.Ttb.r.4 SI Ih* .rr*. ip.5 4lvMe4 into Ihrei (lireqna| 101' 1
and sows of the precious metals of exquisite de :: 'ur I"UT.count!**. and ,. atiepIt, P. I 550 hall >. efferllv I:* urh wunlfIII I wry .roMln
eivlded .
test gold chain inreattnn nlsrrln Iur.t.hlnsl, among tk. everal e.nnII *
bright-gold rings and finely wrought ... ... ad I Any countyad pllne' S 55prett.inssa : aj4 meiMlmeni. eliajl no aukmliMIA aO .".",f".1 tit ", ,
.1. IIcl. X"
aenatbrlat | ,. r? f.
sign. lit glittering strand contain ,prfn. .a-IlaI pm). fop of auhaa-'Sk'. lIPh..4 110 vtertor* nf 1orl4. fop rail M follow*: Mt* **rt *e** clnii ./
.ul. tlon 1 III.'II"
lockets She (late .
vessels, ( .. In "n
necklaces flatware. and delicate 2,176 link*. Its charm i i. a cast. "fiction' *. ftKI-'ftrjHWTATIn*! IMTiin'rwiiin ".1.1...tot ,..'. hi'Mimotor .." "cent op I ::'and trear Tejeet return tk*,.pro.ll> t.jlli() relerllort U b* hlif'' In thtten Noverrtr i: ,, .are.".*,, 5550 ltd p slId rl .-.. .a"'I"t'f.| tlo.lo. .* ..-... ".inn rmi{ f
religious objects OK nriMiuficNTATIXKH. rIr.f t' Pf IT lirtrn.vmi' bv th. l lens.5sltsp. ..?
whose body formsa flcatei, to l eue eurli bond Ih. best.ptr.rIow lh* in-tnllM1 cnnlrlbnilnn I S. lh
a.MtpC i
dragon kr ac. .
blue-and-white Chinese porcelainthat gold : lUpreeeniallon 'In Ih* mr motor vehl'le Ini nllrlpilliil I '1' .oeI ".1 ...,. Pni4 ....'..11"" In of lisa ml of Y'.r"'
whistle the dorsal fin becomesa ehall ,. I r"d" In pus.paastan III -. Civil, Irl4l, IIIrancb aht'.Tmrf t, Th.t Ihe .m.t
New WorldVia : knit** of repce-enl tlve CIW **rHjfb ale. to pv fund or refund th. .h. (elt' dtollhssslne' lanaI'S..
had reached the toothpick and the tail opens ilet of on* hundred twelve, (ista| ) ..* bond or motor vehicle, tal for dnptia-5 ..V.IO cmirthnw In 'd" PaUpis. I' ed ,In ''hap/er "1111. I4wi */ norl. I. as.sl.' k ".11.n T ,.f lIsa florlJ t
: ra klnnlne
Acapulco. pp pr..assLsi.PP a-Skis .h.1I a. a. anticipation lertlflcme* tkerelofor Ikereof -- (1"11 ltIpl I. a-55p Sq 5.54 ao .. Aft; ft lilt .n4 for in* fir. Olp oiuiltuinn| (,t forth loin*
value." Mr into an earspoon. portioned amone Ik* ,rountle byth l 50.5.4 hv mid.: Mat board All ussr* 141 th "eff S |efr* 4injtecInn '..,.." Sr t.aw I. Iiran'S 5,11. I paso ., Ik* a MMrtiMimeol 1 baed I* .r e4 in a:4 hall k. uhe
"Given fair market Some Chinese porcelain was I knnd eh.ll bear lntr*. l a( .re. In a rhaixe tb.| nu... ,5s. oup itt'nk'lpeiS5p. 'ttsl.ia4a 50 Ike r..,II.. oiitnkulliin far milled M ,,. eleclcri of rtorl'. *>
Wagner said! "we now estimate that r.'u.r: : ., not pnm.dlna. four and on.kalf, wieih4 *f llr.* a mum If p.ta-lv lb. .4.pls a-f 11.0 I Ik* ('Ml l ). ra4 rooelNi' I for rrlfl"all.r> or rejection. "| iho '
: : ,1.
found intact since it bad been inli CosSI. ISo tle.pii', sasS ; :f. : "...' 1 lectioi I held *
thai one reprnlaJlv and th remnlnlnirreprceeotallvea US I per centum Pr annum *nd *r : lion( |lbs ',,, >f (he i*>nirlliu loa 5 lit N 4
our total find at more i packed for shipment i In the same ball bo ..-|(* shall malar* aerially' In ..nu.1 } in* rmal.4er Pa-.l .Vfieam. .Itbl* .1. _..,. stoop *..""..*. h> ,,. ger'lflcale i mbr, lOll,
million dollar worth of bullion, to th. rauntle In proportion I* 1'1.4'0 lo 'lsaIi ."I..t.,, .11'k office .lthl made In 'lOll 1 hi aMkr *
made. a-latlm.pSa '.mm.n.Illq' : 55o4 a-InP0 :: t. piirMiiint *
Jewelry golj and silve COiOL" clay from which it was population. Th* population, of Ih* Isa' ,h,.. Ii .. C,_ diSC :of IMOI : puck mMnlclnelltir.., aid h.y* *.: >ier | .tJ:111: | b. 5.5.0 paiolenisi.d I ARTtCT. X .
phase of operations reioectlv eounlle* for iho purpooe phl ek offuMM rvtnva aPi' ( ; S lh i
la Its preterit of I Imuano* thereof end ndlne nol tmrniHillnilIh irrTIOM S..nsitlt.. of Pa-nsa' .
As legal discoverers of the mJ Real 8 Corporation has of iSle Mellon ."., k* ron. l Sa-top than thirty ill S ye. Iralls WO, J rrd aara-sna-ISoII therein mi stay:***mr* voelMr .nt.Mioli dl'.'n'*'*''* lead front, r xianon.. '- Yw'Pp pele.n
unjfft\n\ Iho of IkUBmn4m
joe r
silver. Mr. fined to cltlaena nf tho Ilnllo4Rial 5p.endisg' to u.,54 .trl""I1. IImh '
fI and inS. a-V las -, ? H" kencT
0 who
oa ka
told with ,. ; -nl pr44 >Ha-u Ik Printrloel r :
.. Include to # -
expanded by Joining force ** *n4 .11 not 1. t- n. A p. whichever I* fund eitrlknt4 ..1. fc* *4- till* In '
Wagner and his partners are protectci professional diving and salvage oil n korn .,.".. who hav PaIbr.sm. (er. All Mck motor vehlcl. *: an. 4 offleera office Hall'f nick nil#clerk k* rem or .oikr veil ntlnltred, ky Iho .,... Hoerd of I I. ikl. ",Mtuiir.,. ..J*wh'. ,.proprly ..,.-*
starch by a paturolliof.aaaiso I5l0ohIaswrstfl..15011 bear In. ( AdnloS.Iestns ** 1I.'ftdl.' "*" hron> nd mokeiin
in the continuing an In enxirl faltk *
and the U. S. team from California under the Tb le.1.l 'ltr* .nrreapoortlon trai at poe eioedlnafour and 1.1ff".rtI' front *ik. tmmmff mnt.Ih .,.... a a .. fiia or bee oerwanenionto

Florida authorities leadership of Md Fisher This Ik. renrenttla olMl V one-half per mm t-' apt L' 'ff', IiJetsps or |fc. _*.' komo
the reCovered hou sod wia *| She l tlreiuUr i' : Sb ISalppapse's halt'se.ss,
Coast Guard. A fourth of pins hlf melore j-rl sq vWreUr of" *lle (* Ih* a f .0415.5 nr other lefally
discover .. .
made valuable ,. | ,, *
th r 101:2 l"A _
the State team hal elon of Sipper I t.. "n The Hal* .0 a-a-s. iPso a-less 55aas.'p.p, 151. nal* elhr depenrfeni *p.n d ,i' It
treasure joe W ies of fold coin*. ar-i .va-ry 5.. iii, yrare tS.r.-. board .. fc*.Kower la .,.. ..dl'. H"'nM" prNe-in Mnpirollor ohall eonailiiilcrorpor p 5.., p 'ton *h.)| ke .milled. In .. .iemr-
of Florida. .fl., b4 upon th* precedl>**; Ul.Mt I Ino oil other dclalki' 5554 koodior KlVortla'ar7fcl' ""'II # 'I.U. '.1 *!* lo SiP know tt th* Itoh4 from *ll .ssjtb.s. "s.ot'l f"rieaamnla
TREASURYOF 1S52 r.4r.1 i-a-a-slot ..., motor *eklrl la I-*ilI >< judicial de**rlMlf MnlM 5IH.Ie lor4 of A4T.ul.lf.rtnn"wklcli f". ke .ril,.,
Part of the original caraoe.hieh It .* part fkl. .adssfl.-od. and to : at a-ubt4, ss Ia-es.. In. on *ot4m<**l I* *t'k eeiiniiMl board .hol| ineeved I* oil I. tko .**. 4 oiwa* '>* l
.t' TtltMilon t nv
were vaiuesd at about I4> I Now back to the treasure that JnI':7'"Iil: n fliil4 < ,- .. IlIad onnllc .* a, J'.I.nv af 1oVtdai W<|o. 4. nf .'".. V nf lkth ,)h. |MV... .*,.. *H4 Nlhnrlt' */ hrni.ae,! .doi5.s I|l,.. .) on *a4*
000,000 in ailver-wa* talvaged h somewhere on land te South ."ip5Ioa$ a, null .n4 .*,1 l 5.', .nckaor MI4 bond. Mf....< Tkat 5 ._dM I* .*IM. P55.psda eos.tIS.'iS.'alSvPsatn.. IS. utalen V II" rd Irt.A mlnl I.l .t i home *n4 ..'...._ real ..,>-{
pesos ontlr rmwlntimi .h JI N Hull nmkf of SushI v4ma-slta- 1Mb tHtW Hoard .. > In 4
tar .,. tap .0PISCSCIo XII .t ". kyddlne e a* defined In ArtM T *-,sioaIn | U
soon after the disaster by I I Florida and how it happened to v.M sal ..., **. Vpo0 ta-rca. ..nd"rondltlon til* eerllon ..! .._..* **rl4ln Judoebl., 11 lo* lo OKU power* a* mor b* Ik* 1'i.nillliill.n.: lj.', Ik. taai

freebooters pirates and agent ofSpam1 art bere. li ...I board .h.1 provld. ad b* nntkr4 ... -rei. ," *jrnn.rrr kr ala.i conferred upon i II *. Sew. ,.. mn- lass ... .., .,.,. ...v.I.. th.l J"
Krt. t 'I.C. . .* I
**" after -f *. I l .o< fkol of Ik* PlaId *f *: rontrol np..pvtal'm, Is a.>*.* I...'* 'Ihr lc.l |W
Philip V. I In 1552-j"1 assay> KNATB 10ITTWO. It IW1f.C'I'1mf ,l wbaiHIH .'II.,1 Ik* pe.so'.da *{4 i -..maI"l koneo.04 4nllr tf hiM
tf 101.0101 I
a-Sal. Snarl aSsail "." : 'VisaS tk* fnflowlnr | &| 1 .; ail" |
The up of |line fort Puree Columbus discovered America- lit t l .1. .1. : *. for rail.lr fi> *nd mooor* -me4 5slpatlnaee.h pta-pr". "f'.
mow-r -* n4
alaSalOn pick IkoffoMlee
find back to the heyday of the conquistador were jpotuig the A jotS frjufttJTTlo ,r*.as.Si' i of ib* '$ ilMi Ik'* Cenpailizl.a 5'.i.' '/ at I** r*-*iiii". *f nod : 4le of Ikl* awa-s.Issow on lre ,- *.ll h. l*.kl* fer 1-hn"I pups
.1".hjn'- ri.r
toes : : I ko bold WYe | U .... Paaaa onlir '*a4 the ae"ntptia.ltai
(I. ... i n4 k
Cod and liwM I. Arlirl XVI.of P ( Ce bviollc :
Sun >lleklo a"-
New the
the Spanish Main w h.1t ; temples of I Ik. ) > ( WW4 Ih. at_,.. *f 4hU. .likoi kki IaPh.. : s d. of the 1 aepl' |
World port overflowed with loot 'Plumed Serpent in Mexico the r.r t lisa l* *ih ;: : .:I'r rptoodia-a- rarirsa CIt.Itlp use- ,1"r.\ p.5ar55pp r ;" **vr.1 l ewill.. lltl. .let*. or =,.sa-plp 115,1005.1.1 aame..t Coy usIsomI,al,01loHlt Dent rIta

bar coins mind province of Yucatan and Ouateriuta. .rnre. t.r | |.|nej moSiflo 51.4..1..4 of pMkll 0..teao.slao ti b* 5i14 ... ._!'I r-d a.4 krtil** 4I 1. **ld till HWtr held krh.. It,
and ailvef .
r-goU .
loading ship with Isp, II' ) ins2OtLti'Rul **,. frvm tMilelpote4 .. off1oiai nl n* **.Jo '-,-**>M"J t- slat.5p5lOotC .rl>l. or ether fvtml IfilnrM 4I..1 "."**, Jointly. or r* mmn wlilioihjer "
to Mexico Cay church plate elaborately They were ;rrT: STATS .noe* k* 4. ffmill' acs'sall ft, *-f. b* .4 poSt l. Julto. .
.. .aY **n 55 .
let Jewel rich silks and that treasure and sending them or nJ RIIJA: fro** Ih* .. a | *" | M ., .rial.e 5l>)4'IA5. TII.I. .. Mti fr r*>4 sad b-idea mtu& k. .*iporti4 aavm.1 k nf
the J"u..t* klrtM provMed fe* 50. aoedmelt b* ik .1".I | ...,..., -O' t l.I .-. 5a-iec tlt" 'teood*' M ala'SSImS' IPSO wnfo *o hoil tool'S. lb.i"a-st .6-,.
from to SpaJa.Four :
brocades and porcelain borne a4a enter CV I .... InelMd, boda.worraol How
irvciloa I* TarUr ,.. iICv.4iria-t.1.1" Ip.s0I0 a. their rlilv Interval* it.*
Orient_destined SOC shipment to hundred end twelve yean .4 5. os V-rH Sapw .04 15.4 PM *o4 Mher *.': :, idinf l roMtll* .a .-. *. .,.. o.4 MKer foam nl spC,50p. *| nn wh oiempli w 0,
: *Ik. kler of cwk Ipai.v.550.5. / t : :: = :7 ?: :; for
50555.4 r4 K4k
the fall of that year and 0054 .ai.4a-S :1:** f.'rt.L' r7 aowlM-l> I.. a- ,"c- I few nr* Ihori-MiMl dollar or
Spun.To. I go M of rUrl4mr oS aptislpolI.0 aPtIfh'al.qit 14 of Tvflor Mkeri7 i ,., fill lIta0a4 '<..? .... basics pupa-omen 055 fwinir or SISlaoaIu hall k* nrc4) t .nc
the royal consigninent ia the wake of a 1wrr1CIIItbur'ftN. -* roMethw *i Ik* iM fstl *5. velectort Ik* Mm in* .**>lp. i f f : .... ama-Pits'S I,. ,.. lath eenvt O00* P.S'S and krl4 dlae504 aplab. > ereor urn *n> ,HI: HI 'I
protect i Sv.o5.r. 5ss ." : : = ,. .. _ tent matted-haired while tlon lo k* kM lei : ** f pebh. ... So tOw '. lilaC Ihe hmn*, KMP hll from buccaneers. Spain I from the reft** r>" ** >>* p.t.* *f tk*. OPUIP tf IOta-p.o p5.151 "s.55lIsla aS.ndI.* lair .let J''I... ass, .,III. ,i.m,tioW allnwNd n. > p*..
wr- imlwinguoliable | nf. all wkicti .. p.f..dla" s-air. lk re 50ttI ,.
out de la Plata" man >i. 01 .. ., ..
"Flota *** of rnov COO SOiOd ISo ,
I which he be- .c r.r.r. f sod a'ceernent .1 maPataidSu fll T. --. roooolll**) sOda-SI.. ."." ... ''. ..aesl.mv'' powa-p. ., Pal
beavily band of Indian lo 5 .p. lb-Pa 5.5.55 Poa-504 ..'_Inn kne4 '>. ISo Its
chant escorted by tpuaeraSlo *nMalne4 to I III 55q
vessel loot of .4tio ... .4i. eI a-bi.* oSsit S.so nilly krodlne .W. ": 50 ... otovSap .'f ... s-.0a 1500044 51 ISa-sIP thw.sotla-et.ea-... a-Pea. -* kv awk mrae* Th*
armed wan. Uwially two web loftftd! a* a Ue *e. the 555.. V_ .S 7ra. .s4irs.hlp *Mf *r/'* WMM owrjl .. sod.ts.ll Iwrtor a l *"f b* .,.. M a.. ._nl" 5o.ps.ep a- cpu n.m4 -..* oo4 of on t.aS.Iaum,'. > nrerrlk at'oriprl-
feet* would call at port i ) M**>, a SpasM pIa.JCII baa as50 550am .Iirpa-4 kr folfr .. ow'S of] -Ik* e' 'PI" .- : a 5wIi0o I sSIO"tlP ws.,5 ikr a ilirllv.. ut ttv loS r *4 *4 !. nn.1 roonkle leaPu'lls'in51;
true corn earned ."" P.oaMSiy V.c -. cad 554.0. Ia "f ,,Pv( I. S.pmafl1 .v.ea.d, iSsId.Pd. krtdi a, **4 oib'' p.p4a-5 IPso monner of .e.lahllhln- Iho rlhHrrTV : a-
to. Central and South America foundered on pos.vpit.a : l": .' t_ Spa Sit. loetrwtfewtiMl c****! .... U p.01504teors PsaSew 4u koid rtel* IMercofH wiHi, pm, a- ... .....,-
Indian M4 lo>"ei"I' thai 555.
Sill the .4I.> 50
reiufctvoii at Havana then : athore by ta-a-dad .. 5paSpIaovrS Ii. IC a-u' p.51.4. S. M4 wiihl* $' (Ml !-rr ar" a-ow.. lo fv* *if rolinoio 051.0 !P >s; I. Tfcl' -'il.n (half, .
northward through the Bahama It inchMied a trrmendou _. sSsa .1- its .. 0.0 (..) rftlftrmm Mutfv Uk* ototowac M 4 lIsa. .**. rfws :J LPPotAnoceatov4 oreMtf *> Mk II < ))4 fre*. oefcMo4r keen**-* effect_! mlr mon It. .*> 5.
looted first of *.. 4'lern.lMr >rv a> kr | r # the f '
M gtotermf ioU -e be Mt"4 Ik* .!.'. kor4 IfIf mint eo M ClaP MlIM ( J..1j If'
channel before the long crossing < *> sI ,..... knUee* referendum
2 / .. dopuatasoo ais4 0a-w.
Ii Vville or Cadi by the Spaniard from the strange 11C114T8 'wu"A spill a-swiss.sf5..-.qqw'-lIq' i 0' aicqilPa.4 I S IlCo.0 a p.. : .. t I. = 'Ky.i'; 1; -'osts" III. a-mw.. Paid .... aSashCad. eleoiinn I* k* k I" I* "."r.ot4 "
) 50 bad r' 4 fr *> H">* Ia- lln. foilv al ,It. nen amIsS t re.uMr >
The 1715 fleet was caught off temples t4 the 5r.ot kv Ike a a U S I r .. ta. CSsasIetuPsa-q a-f ,. a-ala iip1i power ( election
1flT ap4iiynW .r-sa.su. k Ia.Srw'5l .f | 5l_ Ipso dla- basis to vrlmory
bar >< *
Cap biimcane betas wetted l jJItJ baja paid ., a ., I 0014410e addIiseaoi.a.sha.d .. ....' aM-rinw | hmibl ihut .-.lollenk
Canaveral by a .. Sia.sdss.'sI 54 roS..lSs I.api o.'f ft wkbdt i-Mlaoitnoj* ,. tosS plus :: : I. welll Il I aqSd i re
en the IVhere they are today a 9 f a-as.. gaac'ws.. 2,1aI f t* h* .I..* boa 4 C1lwV .4.4"e 544 .4 p.ot.lsg aas.sdiSE ( .V Pus .5 or4 rNl4)) kv Ik* freehoMe.e la
fxt pounded to spuntrr ; t4 $.. t1'iCie 'a-- : ,.,'!*" Mke ntnwol _! Ike 551 "'$4a-0 tSn.50S.555SO t,. t.r'; 505.4.04 115000 ..*** <>_ntv>. tk** ISIS puaolit
JaI teeth ot coral reefs. *e- kao,1AS V... .. eI I OC Os.fr eI .. W'C P.55150 eda- T |t. r1..>* -fM e4MIWOM4MI preoewwn. 15. fowls. *% 4 M **mro ikm kv a pl4* 55uaa5tt k* null aed ...
ted value of ear- ** *W h thai d csptl'vq lb. t-t "OH ,.. .SyS -. p. lie *" f-f *4o- aS 151 .1 510041Oa .f :ll)tle f roeelM frooi MHfc Iv "Sa-TtNO55T WISZIlWP. I
vary a* to the the ukees front IN tsp .r: ,-= V.. t-t ... ** ..cavwev 5*. -" $555.01 sa woMpasO 1. pen.0'o dip ._ f, el .... Ia5.* ko** korvnnt *e* mr Mod nd'afr -
*\ but tea ship were wrecked man aw foia .. 'I'.n. -I rapt tn" r.z.JU. rnim 't: .'. 'f r.' .,..pII .-'saltr S. am.So .ed Ik* ,..! noal of Ihi $t.le of

Md about a thousand crtwmes plate ship| and. after his delleer- = ;.m'tr- -f .k* aOCSS wkle* H H : l. *44t*- rlMCMO tWIKMI I., 50 r.1:.. ': ci =; liens,. *l T ll'*****.*. abs .*",*.
> left a fmi-Jwod o 4- i151500 .0. Sa asa-ila-ad 5. : J ,.t""t'' : :: : knwkor-Hl eni,.n t mm u-s I ,1. jkl*< ifc* lists dr of ...... A. D,-
f*t The treat loss ruined mrttent ante Ola 'T'7 711 50* lCpql- 'aPS'V p.4C.4C I Mtow I* M re 4 I. sad oh.o5atset.4 .. __ .r: ." !..... ." .. ... 541.
of Sev.n Cadtt Vfff }{* Mt>e rae Hrraando t1 1 r'evai dtss.p 'cw'eas.0. '. ., : :1. rt tTl'i IaISa ..... 04 Plop). .pe0 oo bkif .f sep ma-it TOM ADAMIIerel
ciliate onMaaAa. He toW ee4 ; st.a: a .. .! mrrmttti 7 ,--- Pa lad eaSIVtenisnc or p.SS'W5.0 04vIr1an' 1 votI lap .. pOPaaI fWl faLls., r I !lJl
ftv, and 5. fa-itopsog .e.oQtf I. a. .. -- o or g1 ., Is T
San* Cartaaroa.P JCf fb ss41 .4 hiP ppf.mfI 4.5 .a-4 '. .- u.e, r'u-r..C .- l : 1. 1f'Jt"lr/.u\AJ.' PtiIre-pt. ls.'i'"ffid



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THE OLD EXPRESSION "all that glitter I Is not gold" doesn't bloom, it bean masses of blunt tipped pinnate leaves up to seven
necessarily apply to the Candlestick Bush (Cassia alata) for it is, inches long and two inches wide. The rich yellow, one-Inch flow.
\ indeed, a virtual gold mine of flowering beauty Known locally as ers are produced In,erect, very compact, cylindrical clusters which
I "Christmas Candles" because! they bloom in the late December vary In length from six to twelve inches. Then clusters have the
period, 'thiM) Cassia is a shrubbery species which seldom attains a appearance of thick candles before the flowers open, when the
height of more than twelve feet. Attractive even when not in buds are covered by yellow, petal-like bracts.

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VdOMOBgF Ills of Mimosa Tree

By HKRYEY SHARPS In North Carolina in 1930 and
QK'Mf spread to i and
,MERIC'gy' Mimosa trees that low their was discovered In .fortei m 1932.
MA uA ne leaves prematurely are like bald. The first symptom of the disease!
headed Udlusboth are in bad Is willing of leaves on one or more

\ i trouble.Wig makers often can ease the of downward the branches.and the The wilted foliage leaves hangs Is The FINEST MILK

PERSONAL suffering of the ladles but not for shrivel and fall.
COVERALL POLICYif he mimosa since toupees are not This condition gradually moves
home and natural looking canopies for trees. to other branches until the entire
you own! your arc a preferredriskdriver
you can get complete protection on your their The$tret"reason** 'is'why ladies for J lose the tree becomes bald. Death follows
something defoliation usually within a MONEY CAN
(home>. fire, ,xtendec! coverage. household contents medic to solve. But most any after the first wilting appears. How.year BUY
and personal liability, plus your existing automobile gardener can discover what's ailing ever, in some cases, trees die in a
Insurance,. all In ONE Personal CoveisAII his tree. Drought high water month or two.
Policy, at r laving! and disease are the main reasons
Often small worms will !invadethe
See your"American"Agent today! the why process tree of low elimination their "hair you" can By dying tree, sending out tiny 4IarWG the Only Dairy in SouthEastern
spring-like coils of sawdust. Froma
BILL BERRY AGENCY suspect, that mimosa wilt is caus.ng distance it looks like the tree ,
baldness In silk tree.
your I is
by a giant spider web.
620 Colorado Ave. DIAL 287-0966 Mimosa wilt Is caused by a fun. But done be fooled. Look for
1 gus. The disease was discoveredDON'T signs of wilt. Florida Offering
-- Make positive identification by ]GOtOENiMERNSMitK t

cutting Into a section of the bark
i, about one-fourth Inch deep, froma
lower limb. The presence of f
brownish streaks or a ring in the
BURY sup of the current year's growth
is found i rf the tree w infected by PR li TRY IT
mimosa wilt.

i Dr.with R. S.the Mullin Agricultural, plant pathologist Extension c:..::::::.; '. ... ..,

YOUR TREASURE Service, says the disease is M1 ,J "'
soil borne and is spread into a dis 'P
ease-free! area by moving infeU-
Plll it toWORK I It you do pruning, or other work j THE DIFFERENCE THE DIFFERENCE
; ;ii with tool on trees suspected of
: 0frrliere having the disease! disinfect the
tools before they are vied on
healthy trees.Other ways of spreading t, No where can yon IIO much for your' milk atone)!
the disease are by bumping thtrash Golden Gvcmwy Milk b a premium milk. It b pro.
cart Into; a diseased tree, leaning deiced OM ONE local farm from PURE: BRED
""" a rake on a diseased! tree or GUERNSEY: CATTLE.
Every golden la
it tarill earn $ even by walking past a dying tree N gbmful
Water movement in the sod can packed with extra rwwlww. To prove DM qualify. of
also transfer" the fungus from one Golden G'*nMey Milk ever 75% of *Q premium milk
< tree to another sold m South Extern: Florida Is Golden Cornier *
tree you wish to plant a mimosa Y'r; and Atfar-Bootwelt. b the eoU ehJrfbutor of CoUenGoenMey
ro be sure K> plant one that umitlanc m South Eastern Florida Ova yowsesf a
U> Ftiaarmm wilt. Two break a Golden Coenmy Milk I bnak for OM
of the dlscaw-kl: \tanl varietiesare week and see for younrtf If It but the final silk
,. the Charlotte and the Tryon.If ALFAR.BOUTWELL MILKMAN'S money can buy. Four It see the difference.
your local nurseries do not have .
.. the resistant strains, ask PLEDGE nw weds If yon dnnl afrce
INFIRKST: 'aiIiIIIIBf'! .. : ,' your TO YOU: Boutwel c c'y I\IIIk b the floral
(XMroVNDF.Dr1\ county agents the for name of other 1. I will deliver Golden Guernsey Milk at the moat .1Ik.-, can buy RETURN TILE UNUSED
of trees.
QUARTERLY:: CS 'S l sources Without a douN. mimosas* an convenient time for YOU. PORTION IN THE ORIGINAL BOTTLE AND HE
l beautiful treei. But like many 2. I will be neat efficient and courteous at aU Itoea! HILL DOUBLE: YOUR MONEY BACK Give nan
Offered to Residents of Florida Oaly. beautiful Ladies they demand lob :3. I Guarantee that all product will be delivered awl we wBI be more Mum (M so help yen tsperi.
of care to keep them looking their freeb dally. meat nt home with. CoUcu Guernsey Milk.
best. In the fall the tree shed. bush 4. I Guarantee to collect when you specify.
els of leaves that have to be raked. 5. I will keep you Informed of all Ice cream and Dairy
; ; In spring they litter the ground Products apodal
FiI.stItfol.tgagcc ,..p. with discarded powder-puff looking
objects| that turn into a slimy
mall after each rank Later !m the LFAIBOUTWELI
OF STUART \: "' summer' they again litter the lawn
". Dial with pods of seed thai send forth An
; East: Ocean BUcL, Across from the Courthoua la Stuart. AT 74)121L ) hundreds of unwanted seedlings in Exclusive!
'i ; N the most undesirable pisces Chopping ,
.Corner AUantlc'A,.. and Indian Hirer Dr. la Ft. Pierce. f HO MHO off the young tree at groundlevel
"' ',. does not daunt themtheymerely DAIRY INC.
.r 194S 20th Street JO 2-2300 Vero Beach ;, send up two shoots" h> replace

,A) "4\ ,V,' the one you cut off Call AT 7-2464 For Regular Home Delivery

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