The Stuart news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00192
 Material Information
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 17, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00192
 Related Items
Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

Full Text
-- -

B -'1

\\1 11

:.Guarantees|.Audit;_ ;: Bureau Membership Your of Ad Circulations Coverage \mJ. -,1} e '.. t u nr t N \<


I \ \ 'Ui\I,

Heisley Grabbed Friday Jail-Breaker on Monday Attorney Checking on the /ea1I' OrOrLORIDA
News on Folks From Tb |

I ;t' Rambling Masquerading Mattix, Dressed as Woman, Abolishing Trustees Body

j j Reporter \ I Seized in Taxi- With Thousands in Bag I

DORA WARNING PUSHED --.--- May Be Placed on BallotMrs. lj

'' '
Into '
The Stuart Newt had fine photo }}: ,.\, t'ifJ ',. V
i of the outstanding Jen- >" '>I< ",\'
coverage : ,
< 'i'
I ten Beach Chamber of Commerce Home Here Odom
Labor Day celebration, attended ,\ j\, ''' :; : ., 1', : : 't .
I bv a I large crowd on the 1c V.
but Hurricane Dora Stole CashBy 't
causeway! r
II, warning of last Tuesday forced ItA. p
us to push the coverage ahead to Against
today On Tuesday evening we

were advised that power would To the boys at Sam Harless
I probably be interrupted by 7 ajn Service Station the lady in the V proportion asking voter if I
Wednesday, so we were forced to II
Stuart Taxi wasnt in the same they want to abolish the office of
put Thursday edition to press batting league with Jane Mansfield school trustee in Martin Countywill I
Tuesday night (it ordinarily goes nor would the have made be on the November ballot
to press at noon Wednesdays), and Miss America tremble in her swimsuit if it'* legally posiuble
for mechanical reasons we were ,
The Martin Uourd! of
unable to get the photos made into County
But the fellow decided the
of Public Instruction voted Monday
plates You'll find the winners
lady wasn't too bad and if wont s night to request the Mate to Include:
the outboard races on the editor. N i
ial page and other photo coverage came to worst-but thatwas before ; .. t' X the question on the ballot if there
elsewhere. "her" arrest. SN 1 II enough tune lell

They all noticed that the lady ,. ,. J i Only I Mrs. Jeanette Odoin,
sat motionless in the taxi with her t''J.\. \ ; board member front Indumtown,
: MVRCIIING! TIGERS straight ahead. .1)''''. 0 '" ,
eyes Only once tK \ ." voted against a referendum
School Michael 1 ittman
If.1 1 iiI: Inr r \, ", attorney
The Marching Tigers of Martin '. ,,j1t' told( the board he would chick I
County Senior High will he one ARRAIGNMENT SET .Ai.. With the slate to see if the deadline

of eleven high school bands competing MONDAY: OCTOBER: 12 NEARLY FIFTY BOATS were entered In the race at Jensen Beach Labor Day Here are a few liningup ha pasted A dale is l.tlu'J.' i'

in the district elimination Mattix appeared before Circuit before the race which was run for an hour Winner were determined by the number of lap madein state law a* a deadline I for
marching contests at Jaycee Field (Ing any kind of proportion on the I
Judge C Pfeiffer Trowbridge
Nov, 21. that time. The Chamber of Commerce event was tremendously successful, attracting an estimated ballot
Fort Pierce on Saturday,
Tuesday Hi attorney appealedfor 1,500 to 2,000() spectator. See photos of the winners on editorial I
two-hour marching
Following a morel time to talk, with Mat. 1_ The question to keep or not to
and twirling exhibition the bands Ux and Judge Trowbndge set keep school trustees. has come up
totaling more than 1,000)( musicians arraignment for 9:30: am. on at least three tones during t h
will take part in a masted concert Monday Qct. 12, on charge of Rogers Announces Site Selection ; I past.. year at board meetings .1

\ d escape and.break ing and enter. : The last time it was discussed +
NOr' AS 'HJNNV ins with intent to commit a the board decided to ask the three I "ice ersw.iYd1

AS rr LOOKS felony New Jensen Post Office local trustee*-Mrs. Mary Drown PU.RKK, A POODLE from West Palm Beach, set himself down
Every time there is hurricane / Earl Dyer Ricou. and Albert K.Walkerif fdr a suet nap upon arriving at Ihe sin of the boat race In
theyd !be willing to Jensen Beach Labor Ills master,
Day Gary Stcphan. piloted
or gale activity on oceanfronts, and quickly, did the sneak a look \ abolish the oUwe. The three reportedly
TV 'reporter delight m showing the back window It 177 in the race,
out was actually informed the board they
example of the "incongruity" of ,, ', all very usual Be at Ricou Rd. Palmetto would approveHf the board" would .. -- -.- _. ..-
lawn, sprinkler continuing operation Tiling happened fast Up roared ; : take over and continue their duties I
//At: Defense I
headquarters '
I while ocean spray Splatter Deputy Sheriff Ray Heuley Sparking the board" action Civil :

houses and lawn Apparently action theydon't and pulled in front of the text. Jensen Beach is to have a new have to-' purchase the properly 411 stutld. To be rated" f fist elm Monday night to let county' voter

:. know that and it is hnmediately wise He jumped out ran around to theleft I post office,, .t the southeast cornet from ui at the option price, and! if would need an average, inrwialipcoin deeld9on. trustees i'ua.t.rf; ',
during storms to side and nulled the "lady" out of Ricou Road and Palmetto ultimately base the building to the I of J40,000kfu >' adjust) letter to she board I US. WeathefBureau -
afterwards down, power all lawn permitting and bushes of the car He handcuffed herand Avenue (approximately thirty-one Pot Office Department"" ',unt. old/ 1963| the intt>m. will tin Aunty Turpaym Association : 1
wit I hustled her none too easily feet from the present office: ) act Jensen Beifltt Post Office la IIIIrllll.d $44.7/829/ hcfor tut adjiiHtmenl, The. Utter pointed1 out tmonu
t't'wasb as thoroughly it possible? into |the cruiMtr.By cording In word received by The' second clans, Postmaster Ken- of 2IS.4 per ccnk other things, that the dutici ufen l
of wit waterdeposit I
rid .
fresh water.. to get tluit time thJcllow at theUutkm"wcre Stuart 'IMewa Monday fronvCo. J.L-___- ---- .............. /entinuo4 Page 2 A) Is Set UpAn i
**- ,... feeling sorry for the greuman Paul O Roger Sub-station
M1 rf lady. Shi appeared a, if she were I

MANY FOR BIN1HT RUmRSJN: OVS' about The to cruiser cry "roared/ off towardthe I I I IBid l\fIat.\; the sib Allen wa P on,. Kendall of W* Old Westof864: /$ $$20,000 Damage, official I/: S. Weather.. Bur hour heals i If a storm Ihrealena.Cbuniy .
originally\ \ under consideration. "
OrilFR STATES Martin County JaiL eau ub-siallori it !being s.| up in headquarter contacts:
A* the cruiser pulled away, Mr. The property on which the new To GymnasiumTo the count/ Civil Defense heauV the none center/ by short wave
Just for the benefit of our many Hcrshel Donaldson the taxi driver' post office will( be built .Is owned quarters ort Hugtur ,Avenue, Stu& radio which, b equipped, with auxiliary
readers In other states who may informed the boy that "that was, by Tilton, Inc. of ,Jensen Beach Theme for Kids'Daythe power to be used I In cue of
be looking for a follow-up story I no lady" The ma-squcrader' wa from which the Post Office Department Be ,RepairedInsurance art.Civil Defense Director AI K..- power failure.

on last wall headline "CountyAll Larry Mattix, eighteen' of Jen- hold fe one-year option (kin MId that weather reowdlng' irvsirumciits Contact with the Miami W...
Battened Down for Humcane sen Beach, escapee fl'Ollt h a to purchase at an undisclosed&' The Kiwani Club of Stuart I II event with peanut tale on claim. on damns 'have been ordered and (her Bureau: and t the bureau in
Dora'a Edge," we buttoned up but Martin County Jail replete with price, I going to revive the Old West of the street Friday, Sept 25, done by Hurricanetleo: ort the are beng| Installed' They includea : Washington I 1a by -hotline telephone
Dora missed! us and hit Jickton- drew, head scarf, high-heel shoes,I Ransom R. Tilton described' tin 100 years ago on Kld Day, which' Martin County High School' barometer. anemometer, thcr most of which la carried
ville Then along came Ethel, who lipstick mascara, and the works I tract as having a I 13J.foot frontage will be Saturday Sept. 26. 1 have been approved,gymnasium the motiMtor, rain gauge, and hygromttcr by microwave, rather than wires
changed her mind and brushed loafer at the jail it was found I on Ricou Road, from ins junction This y ar't theme is 1864" and Gets 75 Days Martin County; board of PuMie! \ as ktiygeMed by official olthf thereby making It alnxMt fool
Bermuda. Hurricane Florence died. that the "lady" wa well heeled with Palmetto Avenue on the there will be cowboy and Indian i Instruction: wa told Monduy night' Miami Weather Bureau proof
Then along came Gladys, now with $7,000 in bill crammed into west to within about tweoiy-five shooting k "Red Dog i Daniagt. to the ass At i meeting Monday Commander Zone dirKlor who attended t the
being watched. Enough for one her worn suitcase. Where the I feet of the west boundary of the (itT Saloon General SkINs, Bank For Violation caused by high wind.gymnasium Tht wind Kenneth Buck: director of meeting Monday" are George
week? from knew at Jensen Beach Bank property and and House," otherwise I While I Indlaniown Cleveland
money came no one Jail Opera I lifted a section of the roof and -fr that time, I.* being 115 feet deep on Palmetto known a* the lyric Theatre Franklin O Todd of Fort Pierce water damaged the ceiling and tense center explained. the new Me Knight Booker Park, Randolph
STUART HI STIPPIKS: So came to an end the freedom I The new building would have Free soft drink will be served I was sentenced to seventy'five day floor The entire gym floor will operation, to one directors: al I Spinney, Jansen Beach; Arthur
PROGRAM THURSDAY of Larry Mattix the youth who I an inside area of about 4,700 at the "Red Do," and free lee, In tail by Judge Harry F Dyet have .to bt replaced whose" center barometers and Clemvnft. Port Salerno and Win
Stuart bad been called by deputies "a square feet, said Tilton. It would cream dished out at the "(ieneralStns. in Municipal Court: Tuesday: thirty I The cost. of the "project' I I. expected anonuHntur will be installed. sum Ylngllng, Palm City The
The first activity of the troublemaker, but riot known to have a setback. of fifty feet from director for hubs. Soured Dale
Bring your thootin' Iron for careless and to be about $20000) Neilo During normal weather hourlyweather
IIi Steppers for the season will be harm j Ricou Road in the front, and would day driving Millla. wn imaMe to attend
and anyone. I along-but don't I be the first to forty-five day for driving with Construction Company of Vero reading will /be matte be
for the members
a night Mattix in Else extend to sixteen feet from the
Thursday Sept. was county jail draw or you may wind up in out a license.Marvin I Beach, will be lie contractor. Architect Iwten 7am. and midnight with
their guest on (Continued on Page 2-A) rear boundary, which in turn .is will / made twenty4uur'
Armstrong A Pro reading on a
Center at Beach of Uul Dials
Stuart Youth
17 at the from "JailThe
separated the
8 p.m. The program wiU consist _I Ii : office by a fifUcn-foot present alley.post On fun Marts at 9 am., with drew a f'1I1y"'vod. term for ex supervise" the work al a coM of -.-.-- ---- -, Navy DesertersGet

I, of games, dancing and refresh Palmetto Avenue to the north the three hour of hi-jinks, free pop hitting. a deadly weapon and Sex 0 to bt burnt by the school react Justice
ments. All is free. Square dance setback would be wxty-eight feet corn and /movie. Oeorga Sheffield UtIle Dixie 1 tysum Can Five Years

II, caller for this season will be Ralph I I Preliminary sketches show the Kiwaniana will raise fund fur five-day term for open profanity. I lueky..lit ont Until respect this the board the board was Sell Those Suds
Otis of West Palm Beach, who will Two dismissed year
between the charge were one
attend the social night areas Street rightsofway the of cost four had not carried: mended cover- An applicll. from Harvey.. For House BreakTwo
and the post office a* being on payment ; case Insurance If a hurricane had..
I'' ,h i | for "parking and maneuver. $$9,500 GrantedFor I were continued; nine fines wets age damaged a school I in "previous' Poky' for an off-premlws package
} I ail bond tr.al. bet license at hit Cities Strvwe I II
imposed.; wens
EXPAND SANCTUARIES: / : big. with apparent parking space re/*, Insurance would nut have I Navy men were wntenced
BUD EAGLE for 'vehicle ,ed and one defendant was found Oil Company service station on :
fUR twenty I to five In
I covered the damage. )y usara stets prUon on
Building at nut L: !1 I was granted. by CKy Commission
Tilton surmised that the and
told breaking
Architect Dun entering
BalJ eagle sanctuary acreage in I I I Armstrong to the charge In
Monday Subject|
struciion work would be put out i Martin Circuit Court
Florida now totals 2,381,779acres I II the board the wind caught under : Monday
Mr*. Virginia Forrest of I I for bids a* soon a* detailed planning The Fairgrounds Running Red LightIs the gravel layer sad peeled Ihs approval. of county and stale au-I Robert O Purvis eighteen and
was completed. "Naturally, thwues.Acting Andrew J. Koei .
the Florida Audubon Society's roof several He std the same w.. A. twenty-one, both
committee in charge revealed C I we hope that Tilion. Inc, wilt be Accident Cause thing happened at Dan MeCartyHigh f eily I I attorney howevrr, absent" without (leave from lh e
Runted Mason president of the v' awarded the contract." be said. The Slaw Department of Apiculture !School at Fort Pierce. He Oughtersun Iniimated. Naval Air Station. Lamor. Calif.,
J society announced that Florida "11. however, another contractor .last Friday approved release William Robert Klnmck of, taut apparently the height of gymitusium that. stale auihorliie might object were convicted: of entering I heJupiur
I!I Stale Forest and Nations Forest I te' awarded the contract he would of S9.500 in matching funds Franklin fnd. was charged.. with make them prune largcU. under the term* of a statute which Island komo of Eree-t
p'r officer wild i l Judicial;
in Florida have joined in the .. for a fifth permanent building at tlituhcying a traffic tigiud causing for Ugh wind preclude Kinky,
The federal protective the Martin County Fairground an accident after hat car collided I II "power from holding a "beverage The Iwo men also have auto
move. service HEARING TO REZONEON with one driven by Raymond I license: Piley' to acting; aa justice) of 1'
will Join in a midwinter eagle The local' group, represented al shaft charge pending agaliut &them
census and in other phase* of a : PALM CITY ROAD I Tallahassee It y L. M Johnson, H Lappin, of Huntington N. Y. MORF CAR HP UK. the. ,psace. and I II unopposed for In Anions
national protective move. Resolution No 785, adopted county agent had applied for SI0. at L 1 I and Colorado Avenue I efccUm to that office in. the In another. case, Reuben Starke
I < unanimously by City Commission.. Monday( instructed the city attorney I down by but-minute. approval of According to Patrolman Billy City Manager. lot Crow undergo psychlaukumlmthon' ,
WARMNCt PLANKS to advertise public hearing a request from another county Chaw, Kmnick drove through/ a tier Monday to ,Investigate, the pee.sibbty : Dock Rulings Starkewtatbcr t Ie being held for
ENDANCIH BOATS on Oct 1 12 in connection with The cut was snared by a number red light while traveling Milt oa of parking areas near I arson in connection t with the burn
j A hazard to navigation ha* been the proposed re-coning from R-l IIn J I of applying countw U S. I. striking Lappin', car going tootevcll Bridge, for an "r{< j created /in the Indian River by a I R,2 of the O C Crew proper.ty Bid on tile new building will north on Colorado No "injuries Increase bi the numher of fishermen A charge of callle' alealuif
(Continued on Page 2-A) ORVILLL r. BRINK on Palm City Road. be called In the near future i ij were reported. when butt spun. are open Adoptum' ot ruin.. and reguUuun against James Jvlerrlll wa dropped.
i ** 'fur the First Sue aad
, Brink Chamber ot Commerce tuck use
Twisting to SpeakTo Natural Values of Audubon Seashore to He Catalogued tuNe by City CommMMon Monday TWO Wri:KS WEATHER

Cfale unlil the Sept. 21 meeting' T_,_ Kick. UI .. JWaraII

JACK JoUlES I Civitans on Mr. and Mr*. Cliyd, CouUnlsuggested : == :.5. is :::

TH. rLTIHO aw.or. Scientist Team Here that the addition ol 1= I .: :: :n n :.N:
Sending Increase
University finger and piling would
i Sunday EveningOrville piers .... .... u
, The investigation into our wen i the number of moorings --... ii iiens
ther bureau about not keeping the I available. but Mr. helm Kubm. ..-. I .. ...-, .
II vs ?
properly to! I*. Brink, Florida Dow The University f. Honda l sending |I detailed\ report will. bt made to the lie during the semen. month<<.. ,1696. Tim .has. clouded Spsnisls I whose property t't..tlltk' dock, I *-- trmritti hi tr..ai lit '
! the nId": : ; tret* nominee for International a learn of csperu here I in : beat Audubon Society when the. At the _M urn UK the Irving and Eau scttlrtnent rswrd. ,I tt.led that she W bars "'JII, . I* tl ,If
horn of were vice president Zone 2, Ova; ** early Sos-erober to auks an **- ,, tcienufie appraisal. it completed. creature of the land are inn Purpose" of UM survey 1 Is to acquaint rnUogt. In foot of "hr ........ "'JII,, .*..
\ these hurricane I IntenudansJ.' ". will be the speaker haustive inventory of the Audu-J I I Many wild plant* of unique dcwd a marine biological: survey nalurlit" and the publIC I The commtakHi will study the "JII ''I'i "" l& '8 ,41
I, ; : an and where t at a Mint meeting of Stuart sod bon Seashore Part aloof Peck', naturt art found along the stretch will be made of DM hallos wa with the nvahub-as its. of the'wildcrn I matter further before Ike neal., =: : i}t a*

lpeople they are going Fort Pierce OvtlaM to be held at Lake. I'of sea island brought there imtiat. brae M adjotnnf Peek Lake to I *** sanctuary, srhch: ss m : DMCliag.StT ____ ..:tlz : : :. 1 ::itA :
I h best answered the Town HOUM Restaurant 7 Included will be botanM : tended remain always us <. .. .
I at WoIofaM ly at teed 'from the tropsct drift* i I the westArcKaeologfsM to r>. Naierture: lot want. SIC
by the" "OldTmcrV ,.an. Sunday Sept. 2O. and other ipcciaUsU who Ing on the Gulf Satan will. also Jute l M pri mite and rttgM. taU. "." "''11"1 fl:! I.L'NnU'O tM6L.1
thai Brink, forty-four, is a resident win identify. I lit and classify the I Its dams mangrcwt ......".*forma the summary of value pihtrint The information gathered it wa FOR 111UR\NAY n Le Inlf'w.... 1.arrN.r.tvf : ...
ten us anybody! I!of Fort Laudcrdalt He wa president flora and fauna crt the mue of hbiut for many of Florida data about theMuu ncd Carlo pointed out tould ako **rv' a* A.Y A.)6' 4.>>' Pell,.

who tries la pre of West Palm Beach Cftttju.. ocean Island donated to HM Florida exotic bid aptcir*, including! till tribe .ho* shell lilchen widens pilot data pusntmg to the trrmco-, The Periwinkles will_have a **..*.... I..luit. M MI, H,'**a' .1..*.
diet FlundB weather at either a Club 1951-32. beuenant governor Audubon Society ill perpetinty soft- ikm wood gas and otraxn and. burst. ground. dot the Want does natural value of torn three cuvcred. dish lunchwxs: Thawday. ..... fit I ttrf lt.4.
ewcomet or a darn fooL ((ibsbest i'I of Florida Dntnct '1952-31. and by the Reed family of Jupiter al roniit *paonbiB The sector ia i aka tick la bwlory ule* of ocwnfront to the north I Sept 17, at 12:*> P'". at DMM *>.., n>* t Ill' 1.55, ins I.44 Ill
thing that we caa do is takeprecauuont district governor If,..". He la island.NMhaakl. lit Hfh art tnt tptwftiof. Itere occurred 1M ootedJonathan << I bsbg considered for s SUM a'' .*onic Tempi on OMeolaStreet I Eil s* II.al It t f I .oto
and tee I MinMud which 'I All Easters Sum are wlCume. .*<. .. ...* l..l Itl* a.,)
? cur boat currently a member of fort Lunterdafe P. Read. who ..- ground for tbt gtaat. loggMbetd, DicUwoa wreck; when teaahor park ... .....,
till (44 tae .
\ d4 tit
tied to the tact.* CMua dub. let would boon to Hut county IX
) shore
,, ouoced CM runty, Mid that a i tank back sad rarer grew w. Che "Rcforatiojr wets prove a

\ I e I

. .. . .. a. L' ".. .. ... k . .-t':.,:, ....Lo.1.JL.: ,

r f'

H v:\ THE STUARXOla,)_NEWS llwnday,, September 17, 1964. MORE ABOUT

Stoic 1y Wdathei- Hindeted .. Causeway Fun Galore at ]ensan Labor Day MaSquerader '

I ill, "" '.,' ", ...."... fJht
?f' n ;.'f tsAriestedWith '
Adult Sdiodl! :Registration ,I Y,(<' ," ,, ..''rru: ; ,

Registration! for the adult edu- MOW< : art water and oil John fi v Lodt t I
won i prop-am hampered to date' I me Shaw SJH: mathematics (Icrc-! : yoti'dlko

"drrll'lIne weather will he ex ill.) James Parmh, SJH. h Continued from Page I IA) I

Il'"d..d. I lor seyeral week. E. B Thursday: spmtfsh' rrr Dt. Atvarex .. .t -----...., (
I II"'fh.n. director Jjf" the program, MCSH-- business r taw. James Friday afternoon awaitit senlenj I
nuunced (bu *Wr vStudents' Scott MCSH: typing. Mrs Jimmie sing on a charge btcah ; h
Shy! **fr MMa'; Raardon: MUSH: social studies entering." IretIfIOeHy e
'11 ( aunty ?High. (\te/lfutut (credit), Jack Canon, Mt SH; "nrude rtlidence. He was to know
i IlIluor High. Monday! ( through high school review. Hens thil, t serving time for assault
I hursday trtttrfef thing Class d.rJ.Ji, I J )oMllli! baf; wM\JI; with bJa Tt i D ar1, Cdiatcll or
I line 7 to 10 p.m. More than 140 1 attorney and was, returned I to his
'idmts Rive /' registered, maximum security cell 7 Flier\ South Florida It proud
i hut Morton alretl'ltit timely MORE ABOUTChecking Elmer Wright Wright tol Mst t t pililnt C.inca>f of

that number in the next few to stand! in front of his el .wn"e Merit/words to th.si
weeks Further information ihay: be Law fr I he operated the controls to .t the
obt uned by phoning AT 72107The on v wpa. I cell door,, whRh were )In a ftal l deserving! young peopletifoY

following schedule has clumd I way Instead of going into, his,cell\ ? outstanding
)' been started; othet courses Abolishing of Mattix went l info t ," vacant gflMnes! n e&topldry
all be added as the demand inri cell When Fright left the leadership honoring both
<, ',iscs' r I block Mattix! left the vacant .
Trustees Board _. cell
s ot a family and community.
Monday: Spanish I, MCSH of cell broke a window tore ) I
Port Salerno Elementary, M r I. screen, and climbed the fence to
Rosemary Lamb; shorthand Hobe (Continued from Page I-A) freedom. rr
sound or Stuart:. English (credit), der From that point until 73ffpm: I
Mis Fannie S, Jackson frinfees are limited to recoMmendations Sunday, .Mattix-\ exact whereabouts der+ .
Tuesday; Spanish If, hrltla on the scnoor physical are uncertain Once the
Alvarez, MCSH; art, ceramits\ plant and teachers and that both I alarm was given several persons
duties could I be carried out by Office to report
Mrs Charlotte $. ttendersonAr4 4 called the .Jhetit.s) I
Mart of Rio( ; bookkeeping, Ed Nor-- the 'board It also" noted that most sightings. All proved 10. II I ,

ton, MCSH: science: (credit), Frank! counties have. abolish the officeas --- be more of the flying saucer va-

Pitman. Sill; high school review. Board superfluous? member1 Frtnk' DcStcfan6 A SACK RACE was one of several racing evenfs for youngsters Scacn. These boys soon learned that a gunny sack is quite a riety. around !7
Mrs Jackson M CSR. stated (hat he felt the boardcouTJ that featured the Labor Day program on the\ ca\l.lI Way at Jensen hobblef Sunday night the boys ,
French Mrs. Lamb" pleasantly surprised
Wednesday! : Jensen Beach were Peter Amdutl
car/y 6t\ the dudes trustees
"made the
Ia7 when a new girt A ninth grader at
have hao and believed! (the, board k"
+ he thoughtthe
CROUP t\khttfs,.trvfc I would b e willing: to do M, Ho said scene. On Mat reported is sister, but that / Vera Beach Junior
I HOLDS PARfY the truitees' had also Indicated r'-1-- girl in num.ber High School Peter
their. she seemed changed any recently received tae"Boyof
Willingness\ tinder these clrfiumstahces
A card harm i will be held ty M. a' of ways. Said one of the !boys the Year"
: he taw JS s
no reason! nothave
(oral Garden. CMC) : Astociottoii: "I klnda thought her feet were
the Vent
I award from
; the question on the ballot
in the community' room of th bin .
pretty Center
Beach Youth ,
First National Biln't' buildiiSg\ i ilt DeStefann also noted that the V At 7:37 Sunday, HcrsnclDonaldson
board p.m. He. was .,on !hand
would not tot
Stuart on Tuesday, Oct. :$ of( Spm campaign atagaln at Stuart Tad! received from t AM .. 10 Pllevery [
Mrs, Madeline Ffanzone I* abolishing the office. He MG, HIu' lady J'.
aid a call to pick up a )'ouna.l day, managing -
he did not think tilt board '
:hairman, players are, asked: io A y in the Krueger Creek vicinity bar
would WaY 'firrg v L I the snack ,
one or1 the other i
please bring their own cards Refreshments When Donaldson arrived he found helping with various
will be served 1a tttt "no" vote, Mr. t>Jomtold1 his passenger standing under acarport
t the board she had been activities, including:
4 trustee t at Miss Julia Dchons ,'
Mr and Mrs.aeon fcoerhef and' felt trustees do a good' Job residence on East Ocean Boulevard umpiring at the alrl
have returned from M 9'Ol.8riinch., for hi( ) schools. She satd f she I Little League/ games would
N, C. where the,srV The "lady" [ require the tact and
mer altib Ruhnltea Mountain I Attorney\ Liftman will check, i>n I the Rod and Reel Motel at Jensen I diplomacy ol a vet
cottage The Koerber Ruhltke" to the deiidlme date and report to the _Z L. < Beach Donaldson obligingly eras

parents Of hies. Afthuf boardSEYMOUR'S. i$1 it.r-;
I bag into the taxi He did remember r 1rg.
""" '--'" "
noticing that "her hands' were
INN I large her lets were hAiry, and her > ; :
voice was husky He shrugeed f'
it off as "one of those things," :
The HtiM6 of GobA Food & Mixed Drinks .
On the drive to the motel/ the I
,- I passenger mentioned "she" .had

CocktaH Lounge and Package Stor' Open Weekdays 10 i.m. 'tit l Y only been in Stuart a short time
Sunday 1 p m. trf ''and that he"* was from Ohio a.
DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER .' "her father owned a large J

i II dairy fafirt" The passertgcr also Randy lUcks
I asked the taxi charge to West This tenth grader at(
1 2 BLOCKS NOKTH{ JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY Palm Beach. Martin County High
'I At the Rod and Reef the skirt.
School I II ,interested
.-------- ._ DANNY IIACFK!, II 12 of West p'alm' BcacS. was winner'of one of KATIIY PrrCIIFORO of Jensen Beach outran half a dozen other ed Matrix signed the renter at In preserving the natural

I, the! racing events tot boys\ at Jensen! Labor Day celebration He girls to take first place I In' tf race for girls, during. the Labor Day I 8:30 p,m., M "Cathy Halt, Card. resources of
defeated Greg Lawrence and Charlc Crowder, celebration at< Jensen Beach mgton. Ohio commenting "she" Florida and his community -
Jilt Word About Sanitation I would stay a week and then wentI In the alit>

Il w I Glenn Glidd ". owner M the prS .lc>r a
at t /iemperaturl of 2Mt cJe&l'tello011I'
and Reel he off\
MORE ABOUT Rod said recognized speech on cannervatton f
(lasses M Btrubbed1 and polkhed with a the lady was no lady" immediately and In the 9th,
Hamnton Beach Claw W..her.NEXlT but that he thought it I was third prize, lie has \
RamblingContinued some kind of masquerade and ilnct organized a
SUNDAY( ) SMiGIALBAKFD didn't t think too much about itAtxnit group for soil conservation

SHORT RIBS rotATors 8:30: Monday, the and hal en- \
OF BFFF BROWN ( from Page 1 1-A) am. I
west telephoned the front officefor lifted the aid of the
6R TEA CHOICE OF DIVERT I f 1.mII! i n ..41:1: InI: a taxi) came to the office and Civic Club, for a
number of large timbers which paid the bill ':>>eau l1 the Town"project I

POWELL'S DINER & MOTEL have drifted loose front a large r + s Glidden said he was suspicious .. I I
stack Of lumber on the north aide r I about the large amount of money r -""- t I
of the Jensen Causeway' The he saw and told an employe to de I
U. i Jsfw. i 2 Blacks North o| Roosevelt Irk pEatabla.hed 1
timber were part of the old Jen- tain the taxi until he could 110 to
over 15 YeanA sen bridge,_ stacked on a spoil the hank and have the bills check.ed. I : .1) :
SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL bank, which evidently cut loose r!' \\u ; I f

---- -- -- during recent high winds and tides Glidden said the moneys proved tl. '
One observer' counted more than to be legal tender He then decld l "
a dozed floating lit the river and ed to call Sheriff Roy Baler, J: "
Notice! warned that they could be extremely |I Meanwhile Mrs. Donaldson arrived f"
hazardous M hoate.BEAUTY .
in the taxi for her
WE WILL CLOSE SUNDAY, SEPT. 13 ft (I As the "girl" got into the cab ,a 1. .J I

for Painting; Redecorating, Vacation PACFANf'\ ,CAsif I. b (cover over one hand fell Off and lib
WILL BE SPENT ON Mrs Donaldson saw that three < Pompeii
/ :
Grand Re-OfJening Sunday, Nov. 1 COMMUNffY PRO/tCTS ': 'Lr ,fingers: were missing, She knew The a nine course
"; Ovot CM inland
: that
immediately her
whit Complete Luncheon ed Dinner TrW Stuart Jayceet1' wish t o Mattix passengerwas witerway" from

express their appreciation for the ; ,. ,, Miami to West Palm
At this /
i point Mrs Dona/dson
Impressive news coverage by your I I Beach: and back la a
FRANCES lANGFCRD'SPESIAURANT; ) paper previous to and during our (was afraid with but decided to to grueling competition

1964 Labor Day Beauty Pageant" ). ; along masaueradtng M tfc.; In the T day Gold
wrote M Ronny Nelson! president .. Mattix! asked to be taken to Sears Ctatt Marathon.
: at West Palm
| .
GEROOfRl -- This) certainly contributed In a ..... Hart of the racer
big way toward making this event _It ;i1 At Sam Hartess Service Su- are experfeaced: mea

such a great sutcesn. As always, fI .... .. ,.. .: 1i.'j don, Mrs.. Donaldson stopped tote But rt Pierce la
"' ,. .. Deputy Henley
the money we made will be spent ...... I, .<(.. :_TiY' <: I then putJed proudest) of an experienced
: .
on Jsycee community' projects for ....' ,',_ I _. ; ...:t 4. oJ front of the taxi and took Mat >> U old,
JENSEN *BEACH, ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT the benefit of I _uL. _' "". _< _: "" .A"o-_....._ ..:.N, -ro. m I,the into custody. He offered no Felix Popped year In Ma

LANGFORD MARINA\ AND VILLAS -tt alt"A TRAFFIC JAM took place for a short time Labor 1 Day as folks left the Jensen Beach causeway resistance 10' boat he placed

____ __. -:'h ...__ __.. _, __ BEACHFRONT fOTtACt following the boat races. Here we see! part of the estimated 500 can parked along the causeway I found At,the ]aif. the suitcase wij. second over' all fciUs
Martin Wahl. Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce, estimated that 2.000 persona attended the eels to contain parses,underwear, elaag in he a
bration. dresses, shoes, a Bible and prayer; day event He .b A
BOX OFFICE OPENS Another beachfront cottage ll ,book a small transistor! radio and
Ly .ll 6130sw going to be constructed on Hutchinson clippings of the escape story. Scattered McCarty High SchooL

TT\rE Island A building permitwas I through the items was the J ui won't
700 "faued Monday by the county money in ones!, (fives tens, tweh- ii you,
omtly) to Mrs Roland Mcrfeo ties and other denomination. h. honoring/rime fin*)
Wednesday and Thursday and Mr*. Richard Bohncr for the There were even bills mixed in young i people.. ..

construction of a cottage: on the I i4u .with Band-aids.! I M At hundreds lli! .
Inland about a quarter-mile southof Mania with the iWfck
!4 iEAaS0Aa9OWtSLYAP the House of Refuge at an estimated1 1IYk tsle off and hit dreg discarded washed had .*.....i.whe or. oufHoHTO6ndou

INR cool of $9,175 I U It the ItttTe to say about the money.
first 1964 building permit for Out' islandIn at I i whereabouts The only tight between he shed Friday on and M t', for me fuNre.geefr .

-ftIfORSF Sunday night was that he Was hi coifs
SIIO W' t4 SET a! residence on East Ocean Boulevard
+ JUiUgIhJIR However concd! I
Miss t/Jhit
i Hone! lovers who
Jm j ew.eoaneaf '' recall the finperformance Dehotf had arrived home front
r [ y of the' Palm Beach a
: vacation iq Sown Caro
County Sheriffs Mounted Posse
line at Jaflout the
time Mat.
at rodeos her. are reminded that '
arrest Monday and .
Friday was checking
alid Saturda there will be a twenty-event hone her
on ransacked
show by the group on Sunday, Oct a deputy arrived.An home when.
A 11 Th performanc will
g 1S 10 a.m. on tfie\ Posse C1r Mart inside empty, srtiisky bottle was I
Just the front
'I .r door dm
I State Road 7 one mile north of -.r. .rY
en were pulled out a bed had
Southern Boulevard, Entrants fromMartin '
11' 1' County are Invited. thrown helerite fsranhrovughan' ,

SOFT DRIY&: were popular" ,,'itli folks .who attended the Labor eat celebration at Jensen Beach, the hotn*. ,EEi!' ;;;a.iT .-

Fall Board J Meeting u indicated by this trowj! urroonJm4 tnt stand where they were colt This stand seal operated kf ,

Sunday Mortday$ Tuesday Etist Codht Deanery the" Chamber of Commerce. The food Hand. chs oat as popular, was handled by M Jensen Beach ST JOKFPH GUILD rlllilry
Fin Department CARD PARTY '

I Mrs. J\ifius' Demsie." ..Jcmtot The St. I 4 4csipjcit
pre Joseph Guild
rjo>lyGtliiCliristine Ytaufmlul the East Coast Deanery Miami I parish and deanery actMlieLFollowing : I Final plaiM will be announced More than $3654)00000 worth a cud party at the will ftoU\

lllonctei'f4" Diocesan Council of Catholic I the business meeting; I II for the rtgulaJ fan meeting of the I typcwnMn were sold last year I"room hi :he Tint Nation commtmity Banj

'Wild ilitt4 Women, will can DM fait board there will be a panel on -N..O onaI! Fast Coax Deanery) scheduled for In the U & building on Thund y. Sept 17, IP:r OF
meeting to order at 9:30: a m", on' I Council: of Catholic Women Diocestnl > at I
wr.YwCOtOR ? Oct 22 at Defray Beach. Bituminous coal: mining fat the pm Refreshments wig .M
iv Sept 17 at, Catholic Daughter Council of Cathode Worn* served Tickets be 'utU bio( .l.
I East Coast Deanery includes U S. is twice as safe as it was in rurrltawd
w Ma IUU Ja. West him &adl.I en, and Structure and, PnxJuresntefm tjat I the door Mr*. Olio. Boom ss am &.w. w .......
the sense from Vero HKX coAwdenMc >K Beach t '
All boant nxmberi ai* vrgrdto' ( for tilt Parish Ofgaaizartort. natt Please bring "'-I.
tout J1wWe
i tovftTaW tHOn IIIkrttct'IJ' i\ ." Bvvca' Rirbn: ant M .fMutfM ol Jfradsctiod, cards. CIIW1t

., w

f e

co. .

STUART (Florid) NEWS '
g ". y. September 17. 19<4 3-A .) : I
J .1 I
r I J
d b I J 1 J J J J Jv


\.'!proval of a "Tax Shelter An- REPEp1ED BY
l I l
n!,'i PUn" for Mi IK***!* of 'APPRECIATION I DAYS! POPULAR
Ih Marim' County fchool systempproved t I II
II.'l" by Unit Board of DEN ANp
VuM", In-arucDon! Monday night t'OfAE tN 81svt Starts >t f A.M. Thurtdgy-Ends 4 PM. Saturdays BIG DAYS I ; I Ii I

r1, ,, plan; which is e type of rent a4 i
I-1: ; "
insurance, will be vo'un-! ?
sera A t

n ry9 Hf SAVE Nw'. the time to buy. W.'r cleaning our warehouit and stockrooms to bring you tht savings! ; : I

I : Many> on.-ok..tlncl. odd lots, all specially prk.d. Many other clearance values not adv.rtisedllOW '

;- ,. I
h. i

to tov { LAWN CHAIRS RFC.3,99 2.88 NOW
@a fJ!l .'__ ___ :


., WE'RE MAKING ROOM FOR NEW : SAYF ''A 2 GAL. GAS CANS .-:-:-. 9---N8:.88 i i iSTOCKSw.

\ e1'd .',. cUanfag' out '
lltONTR( MAfsT.T95COOL :
', 2.S8
and you can con ups' --- II ,
IXAMHIS ass NOW (CSI I IONS.12') .83 3
T\lMI.uaTtI\ >*-Typ ," rr l
I Tube AMTr / :: -- : I J
: t BIatwlliWHiteii i ( .N,Port.*." '." DIX GRILL WAGONS 19.99 15.88voptiltr I"" '
HUSTON'SOH ;d 4 i II 2.i,A hh( tad I Iif tn -

EQUIPMENT :: : \l sires

Osreola Avenue 287-2399 ,, 1964 MODELCL


I For Beauty V ; I USED' TIRES UT

., Start
as } onr Rest Bargain in an Automatic Washer
Meet Your Postmaster: low .
1 r
d M .
Mrs. 'Marie'Stanger Busy

ELECTRIC 1 ....... VV V
With Mail--Plus 3 GirlsIt ,, V V INSTANTCREDIT FIICERFLO a.

seems that Marie (Mr. William :lnVt two years as a clerk in WASHER fir ,
Salerno office )
) Stanjer should' be called
Port Salerno poktmistrets, but A native of Florida-born f in
Uncle Sam insists! that the pertonIn Okeechohee-t-she has spent most NO MONEY DOWN 3 LOAD
charge of a post office, whetherman of her life in Port Salerno. Her w
or woman is a postmaster husband is employed by Florida SIZE ew
That Is You... Postmaster Stanger received her Power and Light. and they have NEW TURNPIKE-PROVED 1
three daughters Janie, fifteen
appointment five years ago, after ; CONTROL ', a l
Elsie, thirteen, and Wilma, ten. V GOODYEARS ',
When asked if she had a hob. \ -
I JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS by. Mrs Stanger reply was that
'- PelicanBeauty ARE 10 Rb-RFCIVttR; : : she's !been so busy running a post V % ) 5FOR 2 WASH I i iTHlI
Re-registration for Junior Girl office and raising three girls. that 9
Scouts of Troop 54 will be held there been no time for anything ) 4 35'M Po
I Salon this Thursday night! Sept I 17. at 01\0. i ..,...t. ......
730; clock at the First Meth. ON blul..sil. CONTROLVV '
oditt Church on Slate Road 76.
I Evening by Appointment Each girl it required to be aecom! Salesman Hurt 'Pin (at and rrrupiwhW lire. ,
Myrtle Clark ClaIre Scrantot panied by one of her parent Contact i DIG 12 LH. \\VV.V t' 3 k" );
I Reiner or Mrs. i t
Mrs }Coward
I 115 OSCEOLA AT.7J484 In Collision .
1 William R Scott, leaden for New Goodyear Auto Tires CAPACITYNO
Irj ( ,
further details 1.' Ire wortman,1 \ t
np efiall'r, \ road
X. O Lisle Jr., Vero Beach, a Rubber lh 9$ haurds, #
gist ever except repairable puncturet.ioodytir I 6
salesman for Martin County Oil VS V" V "
Company needed stitches to close '.'i Tlrtl. 1 i*.Good tt Tire Falls Under thli C wrarrteeliwiif
NOTICETO I a scalp wdunJ'Incliircd\ Jn" i cotli tit 'Mttlan M.OOO Goodyear dealers' 'in 1 ElF :
f .., ; '. -- ,.- I "ion' on tl..."rr near rowelH "MONEY DOWN fh*w*++*" f'Ul. pne' Canaa wiu make aiMW frwuk
|lowence on new| tire based(|on original| | | tread(
i Diner about 1245; p.m Monday ,
pthremamln ndeurten Coodye fPrice'
: GENERAL, ELECTRICAL and According! to Patrolman Billy FREE MOUNTJNG J |

PLUMBING CONTRACTORSThe Chase' *ho' InvesUguted, Lisle in
a company pickup truck signaled W.'ve 101 '.m QOODYEAR TIRES FOR
to make a left turn, but, when
City of Stuart will hold Examination on the
following data (for ihoa,wishing, to apply for a newCompetency halfway through the turn his ve. COMPACT CMWS I MONEY DOWN $2 OK $8 MON11U.YYr
hicle was struck by a car drivenby
Card. .
Franklin Oscar: Todd of Fort ---- ,
I pierce, who attempted t3 pass. eaA1' .
General Contractors Todd! was charged with care- I '.,It'. ,I ,
Tuesday, September 22nd leu driving and with driving with- t i
out a license Damage the truck rte nave 'II 1
Electrical and Plumbers was estimated, at $ :, and W VYeM.Ab1l "'
Todd car at $"0. ', .
Lisle wa treated by Dr. Jamei Coffee '
Wednesday, September 23rd E. Kelly. Ne 4Rl1AtVAlA1EslIgA1fOr : I .

Examinations will b. held M 730: P.M. on the above ANT ectric' : KniftJllf { I $ e Tray 'aUe'aF Maker Ihh: h061. Hat<<:
dates la the Ofilc of th. Building. Inapector la the WORKSHOP SFWION luJ IJ
tt19UO. Now'120iiafW
City Hall Stuart. Florida. SET fOR MONDAY; F('I.'tdt gw7tff suieI9 (arrpy

Applicant must make application not .later than The City Commission will hold! 14.- 'Will.-...., 31,1.1 'Of C..psi, .. .f I paahrrriwdl." ekrnnnMasprrlM
12:00 Noon on the |2nd of September 1964. 9' & Svbas s bayJ llatkrpsr) suit bare Is, .....u4',
: a workshop .at City Hall 1+di1 $ stk. a I' ,."eomlL1 quwklg" edett tress a..lear.arawatar.e'MC & 1)1 Reel
.ii V
haw .
BILL WHEELER on Monday, Sept 21, al 7t:JOp Ait/rlsN 'It{ILl utitoM" M Lsbagevwnrdfat'.b grvlnl bet..e.,., :1... 'Jot', tt'tih.ta
m. The neat regular neciiiu of r s.ua r.rosatVwrta a ".,'a..tI.1t41.J, heMsI.udml fvki. Mryta Pit i1.IM! '.
City Building Inspector :
: the,; commission will be) on Monday pureJieaS tt, testate .r b.a" a h. aUIICbett; rovJ. ., up MgtY .rib ..u.termore.g'M lt 'It+"t" I "rfkA.llJ'"J _
Oct 28 at .8 p-m. a 1 arl"I+cll. r"I?' uM, ,
--- -
.1 "" "
S '! r 1 .
P IF ..
4. '"
Any way you

I I q figure it. .

t; 1la w

YOUR MONEY ,' 1 a I I'A'oti
AloatlapeItSet Aauc.eLufrx.S'j U rJ
ty" rfrm,
d U'f jary

4.' GROWSFASTER tuotkhrusklatar..ar}ar'hatl.r'r'. .p.relsd ) A g dely /art,DefnR ru.bee, F e l woQfJElk: ri .BI; k 4

ela.t. 1ResiY taint i Iph nh a. Twa eaap..b t.a t.
t* t1.aM thtt.r' rhs4l asrtkt'YI.th elrl.4 tq spg v4M.gvla.gtlp4d +
lwnhly. tlplNsd atrd. .Yeas dr'' \/U Twr,,'HlU, AIIU\o\ ,I,bo"t.IW.'

S'inxti' Iria .Cr UoA' 4 IlnNkCllslC, .nlfuly'' \

WHEN r YtTFJ ATNTLP.ST I COMPLETE BRAKE JOBS ,, Wr 9'9"'>,4 v f'$"!tJ' ,!l00M ptJ.Mor.ttt'

"' *"+k piwlVyoUVrsto.plirt'

SEE US FULLY GUARANTIED b & QS.,Ilw, 'h'1rt9-a\ror' qlt.JUI(.
+ f.
II umft"*" to-te' ) Ci'1WJao !
! UP % aUTO" abd, 20% blend fit tllJt.,t.'OIt*
#Ilol2ott ktgpltn J aetja' H -''llrl1ltJJJ J.;
JUST SA r "CHARQK 1'/.liASR" w.lb.bl.. ;! .... IOu .1w.H1i ,
-n.ItJtf\, I Mtr\ .i
1 > t .tlat9trl.' ,-.- .


Offered .. RnUnto W Fnrtda| 0.11. "I, repack treat (f If '
/NSEALIII: ) 88 .*,III" ...1.) SPECIALS NO 8 I l" sure Y9a1 Cma SfOIt ,/'
First ; MO-.r.Y'DOWN Txk. off I MW cart ,
Mortgage Corp. ., Toga "CD muss. onto) _

,, .
"WI11I" UJ" nn---- ---- -- -


I East Ocajl Bvd!! AcroM fma UM OmrthtuM U Stout Dial AT 74123 'i F GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

Corner Atlantic AT.. uA ladUm Rim Dr. U Ti. Ple os DIal HO 141MIMS

Wk Street JO J-KOO Vwo Sack I :: 257 E. Owcola A\c. Dkl 287124211m

I \, .'

.... ...

-- w-- ---". -- - w w. .

..Jbunday.THE STUART September Ila.)17 NEWS, :1964 :: : .; -.X :> : :' (; }" ,

'65 High School \'

Tourney Is Set

"'. ... .',
Port St. Lucie iViyt! !

The 196 Hate high school golf
tournament will be heW at the
Port St. Lucie Country Club next
April 15.16.Sekclion .
: of the 36-holc golf
resort! north of Stuart wa* announced ;
earlier thm week in
liamesvillc by the Florida High
School Activities Association.
Several I Junior tournaments
sponsored! by the Florida Slate
Golf AssociationeihfHhe Florida
Section of the PGA have been
held at Port St. Lucie Country
Club in recent years. More than V My
100 boys and girls are expectedto
compete in the tournament this
year. It was held at Winter Haven
last spring.The ,
next event on the golf calendar -
at Port St. Uicie Country
Club is the third annual Perry
Como Amateur Invitational F
Thanksgiving weekend.

use of liquefied petroleum ums..x
gut In Florida stepped up I II 1 percent

last year marking the largest .. d. '. ,w.' v'1 L '....... ... .1L.- ,.",.. _i", ...... """ ......'-. J .--=.--." ....
annual gain since a 29 cent
increase in 1938, the Florida Stile MURRAY HIGH !SCHOOL fOOIBtLL TEAM poses for its annual picture and Leroy Monts, Second row, from left, Douglas McHardy, James Hamilton, John Kidd Tony Solomon, Joe McFaddtn Fourth row, from left George
Chamber of Commerce reported prior to the first game Friday night with Okeechobec at 8 p.m.. at Long field. Cordell Wiley, James Davis, Teaster Jones, Leonard Lee Ccrome Akins, Atkinson Samuel Crist, Abell Rembert Jr, Thomas McClam. Earl Fayson.1
in its Weekly Business Review released Left to right, front row, Charles Jones, Charles Roznr Arthur Glenn Ann Harman Griffin, George Harris. Third row, from left, Charles McClam John George Dotson, Wade Powell James Preston. James Howard, Back row AmSlappey '
yesterday Jackson, Norris Johnson, Lloyd Thompson, Willie Gray, Lorenzo Ferguson, Preston, Thomas Broomfield, Isaac Love Larry McHardy, Herman Mitchell, lull Griffin and Willie Lee Johnson.
The comparable national increase .
was 8 per cent last year n' -- --- --- I First Grid Game of the Season on Long Field Here

over 1962 and 20 per cent during RtA lODF WINS LOW NET I .->,....., .........:.,-.,-?....?....,..--., ..., CASE FILED IN
the previous peak Ten Beat The Pro CIRCUIT COURT
Bea Todt the 9-hole low

felP: artrtsuWe: ;;: help tab!: net the Lady content Golfers among Association members of of I Murray High Lions Play Okeechobee I II In Weekend GolfRobert .i John C. (Beaver Chancery vs) Sue [lieD

physically and psychologically Martin County on Tuesday Beaver, divorce; T. C. Honk
I Yost, with a low net of I
Robert G. Rector VS. Wilma
Eleven returning lettermen will 69, led field of ten members of
Looking For A Clean Used Car? I form the nucleus of the Murray even though it's a little early to against. Okeechobee include: Lor dell Wiley, end; Arthur Glenn, Martin County a Golf and Country Rector divorce, Joel Miller.
Junior-Senior High School Lions Gloria E. Fondo VS. Andrew I
football team when they take to be sure just how they will perform enzo Ferguson tackle; Willia Gary, end: Charles Mosley, back, and Club who" "beat the pro (Matt
1962 FALCON, 2.Door Sedan Long Field at 8 p.m., Friday nijiht "With the experience we have, guard; Artis Jackson, tackle; Norris George Harris. Moore) over the Labor Day weekend Brennan Jr., reciprocal Philip 0
The other bad of
Nlct Blue & White UnMi, White Wall against Okeechobee in the first we should be considerably improved Johnson guard Douglas Mc Rounding out the roster are: nine scores Nourse.
75 under. Four other
Tires, Low Mileage. Extra Clean. Only $995 game of the season. he declared. Hardy, bi=';; Leroy Monts, end, Alfred Davis, Willie Davis' George tied or Moore with of players 76 Edith Jackson vs Lloyd! c .
1963 (CORVAIR 2-Door Sedan With all-Southeast Florida Athletic The Lions schedule, followingthe and Lloyd Thompson, center, Dotson Harry Dowling. Earl Fay- scores son divorce, T. C. Houk.
3 Speed Shif!,.While Flnb.h!!', While Wall Conference backs!, Charles Okeechobee game Friday night, Others who are returning this son James Howard, Edward In a Scotch foursome played Sarah E. Mills vs. Earl R, Mills,
$1295 Jones and James Hamilton leading Includes: Titusville, away Sept. year are: Willie Akin, guard Matthew Thomas McClain Larry Monday, low gross winners were uniform reciprocal act unconnected -
I flees-a Real Nice. Only... the way, and with some fortyfiveon 25, Fort Myers away, Oct. 2. George Atkinson, back; Thomas McHardy, Herman Mitchell, Lon- Bill and Connie Gladden Charles with divorce; T. C. Houk
the school, football roster, Including Pahokee away,Oct. 9; Belle Glade. Broomfield end, Samuel Crist, nie Powell Wade Powell James Zihlman and Hazel Gleason, and Cecile E. Young vs Elmer H
Stuart Chrysler Plymouth Inc. twelve seniors, the Lions home, Oct 16; Gifford away Oct. back; Teaster Jones, guard; James Preston Abell Rembert, Johnny Bill and Sue Robinson Dr and Young, divorce; Joel Miller,
are expected to better last years 23; Cocoa, homecoming, Oct. 30; Davis, tackle, John Kidd, back: Robertson. Charles Rozier Eddie Mrs P. O. Thomas Ralph and Anna Mae Jones vs Roosevelt
SALES & SERVICE: NEW USED CARS' a 287-6100 four-win, three-loss record. open date, away Nov. 6, and Arcadia Leonard Lee center, Isaac! : Love Thomas, H. Griffin and I. Griffin Edna Dane, and Frank DeStefa- Jones, divorce; T. C. Houk.,
I home, Nov, 13. no and Gloria Bell won low net M. Hartman Chlu-
According to Coach Lewis Rice, back; Charlie McCIam back; Joe Mary VS.
'he expect the team to be considerably Besides Jones and Hamilton E, McFaddcn back, John Preston All Lions home games are at prizes, and booby prizes went to tilde Smith, et al, complaint to
U) better than last year Other players expected to start back: Tony Solomon, back; Con Long Field at 8 p,m. Roland Minnehan and Biddy Stafford quiet title; William R. Scott
BOATS and Jackie and Bill Hartsell.
g I Where Are the Old Grads? On Tuesday's play of the Lady U.The S. and Sahara occupies is as more wide as than the
Golfers Association f Martin
Boats 0
New Fiberglass
,Q one-fourth of Africa. There are
> County, Ida Allen won over nine
0 'Still /1tSUMMER PRICES; H : Why Can't You Be Here for Homecoming Game? holes :desert.3,500000 square miles in this

00 ifS' *"
\ I lperial's ANA's BM '

t, <,GET iy OlfR'TJOMPLETE*Jfc* AWitlf ; KIT-PRICKS Write and-TelfeUs; We'll Publish All Replies WHITICARBOAT: WORK'S I

!the Famous' West Bend Motors I You won't'be able lo make the | -..----Y West Lake Off Indian Aenue, Port Sewall

3Vj to 80 HP [Martin County Tigers' homccom- they're putting in their time these special reason! Just give us your Address your !letters to Homecoming MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS

[Ing gam against Lake Worth on davs f name (including your maiden name 'Editor, The Stuart News, CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
TWO YEAR GUARANTEE ON Friday, Nuv 20.? Maybe you have seventeen chil- in the case of married women); Stuart, Florida, and don't put off NO. MARINE ENGINE
Too bud, but whynot write and dren and can't get the a baby service sitter in? your address; and tell us briefly writing until the last minute. These Rural Route No.. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial Atlantic .1466
us why"Since REPAIRS
some far-away place and cant what going to keep you away on dog sleds and carrier pigeons just! STORAGE
nothing of the sort has Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc, TaxldermktGOLF
fly home Friday night because Nov 20 can't be relied on the way they
'65 Models Will Be In Next Week been tried before to our knowledge you have the early duty on Satur- If by any chance you will becoming could year ago and if we get the
The Stuart News is trying day In any case why not drop to homecoming for the response we think we may it will
I SEE THEM: AT this year to find out just how far us a line and help us put alumni first tune in ages, or from a great help UI to get some of the story
from their own back yard former and alumnae of the local education distance, count yourselves I in on written ahead of time
BAILEY BOAT CO. I students Martin of Stuart High School emporium in contact with the scheme. Well be quite willing But don't stay away on purpote.W.'II .
and County High School, one another again? to include an "I'U be theresec. still mention you if you
JENSEN BEACH now known have as Martin County and Senior You don't have to write at great tion in our story (or stories) just male\ a supreme effort to be present New Martin County Golf& ClubST.
High strayed, how length, unless. you have an extra before homecoming Country
-- -
---- ------
-- ---- --- -
LUCIE BOULEVARD Tom' right )just before eroding
Membership; Meeting Set for Sept. 2S New Bridge to Beach

For all your Lawn cutting problems: NEW SUMMER RATES

Chamber Is Considering ControlOf COMPLETE Greens Fee

..w..s r w .wr rw
Funds Solicitation in StuartStuart i ELECTRIC CARTS _

II Hole: .? .. ........_ ._ $5.00MEMBERSHIP
9 llole, ___nm____.. .... .... ._ 3.00
---- .- ,
Chamber of Commerce

will consider a communitywidecontrol am in the community room of 5 as part of observance of National : ''i !
Expert; plan for solicitation of First National Bank An informal -, Highway Week MEMBERSHIP INITIATION\ FEE $100.00 I

fund! from business and professional coffee break" will precede the Mrs. Rowleen tot urray reported SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ........_.....? 0.00
SALES & SERVICE firms in Stuart Under ideas business! meeting she has obtained agreementfrom DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ...._....... 10000 .
discussed by chamber directors ala The hoard voted to send a litter the maintenance engineer of DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE COLT
business setiuon Thurday morn- of appreciation to Walter the State Roa4 Department for
We and Sell genuine Factory parts only! Ing all merchant participating: in Crowell for hm efforts in getting placing of'a new sign directing MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
use II the plan would refer those makIng Stuart included on the itinerary motorists. to Stuart at the intersection MATT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT WILLIAMS, M&,.
requests for contributions to of Governor Farm. Bryant, road of State Road 714 and Dial 287.2274
the chamber office where they official and a press group on Oct Murphy Road in Palm City
COMPARISON SALE AmhorUedAgrary II would be scheduled to appear before _
fort a special committee to request
HIE AIOW'ER9ALLIaCHAL a permit If the project it put
MEaa into effect busmen people cooperating -

32" ROTO-HOE ISLANDER MOTO-MOWia.LAWN VAIDMAN riNcoal COY persons would or organizations contribute hold-onlyto Casa Rio Boat & Motor Sales Inc.
Ing a permit from the Chamber of
With any riding mower MoUN TOOL t>u Commerce committee.

on the market today ENGINESCOMPARE : :\ President Runny Nelson appointed .
W R, Scott: to the nominating I
altlGC5 a I'fIUTTON
LAWN tcusav COY"; Hnky, who resigned. with regrets
: WHAT YOU GEFl n inroNKOHt.L.. due lo press of business' duties
The annual membership meeting -
6 lip. 32 hah cut \\urKTi tluiplrkl" dais Its QuWtS: It's ( and cll.:11OIof: officer was !
Sraoulhi% It's Proven! set for Monday, Sept. 28, at 10 ? I

EXTRA TRACI'ION'Iwo wheels pulling all of the time .
.o differential action. BOMLtRS MFET SUNDAYAT

turning radUw than any other large lulling equipment.1RIMS Mrs. Doris Rchnberg of Palm ALCORT SAILBOATS I
City president of<< Fort Pierce
BETIFR-cut.: beyond the wheel' tread. operator ...*aRe 464-2664 Women City Association! reminds
farm tractor ljp. obklnnlhraa: hi. front U culling |Mt4b. all women bowler 'in Martin '
I County that the association I
general meeting will b* held al
EXPERT REPAIR ALL MAKES MOWERS Coral Garden Lane on Sunday, : .
I Sept 20, al 2 JO p.m.I ) 4dllffi.unh4.catiLK

I A contract for ten typewriter '
eating S I II I S each: wa awarded
to. the Retnex Corporation of West
3361 S. Fedchil IhV}'. (U.s. No. 1)) Fort Pierce Palm Beach by the Martin County

OPPOMIE DRIVr-IN llltATRt. I Board of Public Instruction Mon -HO ROUTE 707 RIO JENSEN BEACH
day ..,hi. Rente waa low bidder
of the five companiea bidding on
the typewriter" *. : -- .-

: : f4A

Piled > Sand Plus Tl'ajjle n '
aHj. Jt ?? Tlmath in Blows ': Add Personnel i janitor Booker Park; Orlando THE STUART ((Florida) NEWS

Wright college bus driver; Dorothy Thursday, September 17, 1964 S-\
I IT'S THE LAW }, McAllmtcf, bus driver; Lm-
Jupiter Island Sand hIts To the Schools dell L Howard bus driver; D ft. lunchroom worker Stuart Junior
Scraping BoonIt's iel! T. Weaver, bu driver; Marjorie Huh Catherine Greene lunch-
the law says Chief of Po- I Several penoMMl additions were D. Corley, bus driver; Hazel room worker, Stuart Junior High;
gwMTttly acknowledged that lice Jesse Taylor that traffic laws ipproved by the Martin County Wynn maid, Parker; Minnie Pearl Mary Swans, maid. WarfieldRuigratiorn ,

the proof ta in the pudding" and ( ladies, hut apply to persons riding bicycles. Bonn! of Public Instruction al a Ra>'sor. maid Parker; Mr Percy were accepted front
it rws been classified along the seawalls well The law slate: Pagan maid. Warfield Annex: Marcel respil I. teacher and
such it th* case with* Jupiter Inland's was there era- as engineers who have "Every person meeting Monday nifht Those
aawteewpcr project. official!) as .1 minimum sion. This was evident in a spot tried every possible form of seawall riding, a bicycle upon the street hired and die job they will perform lame Mc('MtY. custodian East Turner Gray, bus driver
I In Stuart Elementary Carl Greene
a Utter 'sent to island immediately north of an area shall be subject ; ---- -
For the first time the term ty owners in various sections proper of the where a groin type seawall joined along the beaches to all of they are: I MCHS janitor; Georgia Kranitz, Southern pine manutacturinc
"..inod a little san..." has been country. Admiral Tuggle a simple vertical seawall The "proof m the pudding" ma duties applicable Gloria P! Taylor foreign languages lunchroom worker Jensen Beach: in the United States dates to 160*
heard in a discussion of Martin 'Hurricanes wrote: The groins caught the sand but also be beneficial in future plan I to the driv I Murray High; Agar Thompson Mary Lane, cafeteria worker Stuart ind is ono of the nation< oldest
Cleo i I
County beaches.It have passed and we lost and very Dora lit the wave action carried the water ning to prevent beach erosion along r of a vehicle I teacher Mirv Wilson tail, teacher Stuart Elementary Palm City; Junior Hi eh: Marv Moxdcv mJUtrh'ut ) '',
was heard Thursday when tle sand. In over the groin and ate into the by the ordinance
some cases we gained Hutchinson Island! beaches that .1 fhomas F O'Coflnell. foreign
Admiral Richard Juggle, sand. This beach immediately to the north. : of this muntupahty -
managerof \
was! due to the 123000 are expected to see commercial l Itnyinge, Stuart Junior High i ;
the Town of Jupiter Island informed cubic yards of sand The erosion, however was not severe except at .
laid Maurice M Maser, fcngluth. Stuart
on Jupiter
and residential construction in the it to special sec
personnel on the island, 1 Island '"
residents letter that beaches this past year "This is of whereone I next fewe.irs. In fact all Florida lions relating e\. i Junior High.: John Nash Jr. 11
and by hurricanes by Dickerson Inc.. of Stuart a good example matin mullet, Stuart Junior High; O /
Cleo and Dora literally I through the type of seawall is beneficial beaches be able to take to exclusively I :
scraper project This i may i 1 i Patricia Mover, physical education -
to 'I _.... cycles and n'CCrt
huffed and puffed themselves to blanket ol sand cushioned f the its area but works adversely advantage ot the experiment, Ad .a I Stuart Junior High: Edgar
of this
no avail or, at least very little effect of the on its neighbor, Admiral Tug II to those portions
Norton S
waves miral diversified
on our !sea Tuggle declared co-operative
said."Thll ordinance which by their nature l
--on new revetment walls protecting walls Our sjnd-svraper. project gle thought" will call for further have no applicatom" education MCHSt Joan Stancil. r e < 0 n
erosion-prone Jupiter Island has earned its keep" lecher Pal k'r Elementary Jean-
It was evident during the Inspection College Night Set Briefly this mean that bike I ;
During, an inspection of the that the "waffle wall." riders must ride on the right side ette Renwuk teacher aid. Pioneer LOU MUSTOFFERSENPUJIINESFGNA
Not that some sand wasnt car beaches AtMCSIIScpt.28College !khll ll.
along the island south of more technically of the street or road; they muststop t <
a sloping enerpabsorbing : NFLL WALTON
ried awayby the pounding seas Bridge Road Admiral Sickle War
TUiilepoiI at "stop" signs and they must Betty secretary
accompanying the two unwelcome wall was most successful night scheduled at 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-4453
out that is ;
in field
only other
one area In one such area the sand observe traffic lights, among ; N"If'1I1lIuIIrhrl.s, secretary

stuck to the waffle wall in what Martin County Senior High School 1 things. _______ ___ Palm City. Charles Wright. .
-- -- --
could be called a "build up." for Monday evenmit Sept. 28.ReJ"I'CCntauvcs -

Gaining a little sand was good from f Florida !
news to residents of the island schools; and colleges will be peasant I
AT STUD who have spent untold thousands to discuss with students and FRIDAY SATURDAY
of dollars to prevent beach eronon. parents the opportunities offered II
by their institutions of learning I
Especially happy is Dickerson All seniors, juniors, and sopho-
Royallleir's Jake (717750)( ) Inc, of Stuart contracting firm mores, who are making tentative
which has spent long hours to plans are invited to attend with aR NauY
The registered Pointer photographed below nourish the
will be beaches with sand as _their parents.
bred to a few selected: females thin wuson.. Both -
grundsirei: are double national cnumpionii. I STUART DISCOUNT STORES STUART



Detailed by Board ENTER r '* .r..r,. ENTER


The following bus route change I returns to Highway 708 overpass
were announced at the schoo I turn, thence to Hobo Sound
(board meeting Sept. 14 School go north on First Avenueto IM YOUIIUf
Route 3. Bus 30 begins near r At I A through Hobe I Heights, tot a IK IIICI 91 Unit11
Warlield School thence to Fon U S I to Monterey Road to
Brown Road return to Warfield I Martin County High School: back
Now is the time to condition and School thence to West Farm.I on Highway 76 to Stuart Junior
Road, and back to Warfiekl I High School: to bus garage.

TRAIN YOUR BIRD DOGS School thence to Port Mayaca via L Route 101, Bus 32, James Hall.
Highway 76, return to St. Luck, Elementary and Senior Junior High PANTS
Trailer Park and return to War. students" begins in Jensen Beach
Call John R.
Mosley Mgr.
field School. AIA
Highway, at St. Lucie County
Route 7. Bus 22 lo include t line thence south on AIA I to P JAMAICA HANGERS

MIRELAINE KENNELS picking up students living at Lighthouse Sewalls Point return on At I A to Runt. mlHlanl slcelfrume
Point. RK, turn right on to Baker Road
Route 20 Bus 37 Llndcll Howard over to U. S. I, north on I to ,' w wkli .Ira
5401 South Federal Highway, Fort Pierce -f Phone
I begins at Hobe Sound School/ Britt Road back Limit
,, to U S. I, south firm spring ItI loll i 3
west on Route 708 to Maco Farm a on U. S.1 1 to Casa Lumber railroad C 0.1d +
------- ---- crossing, to Seventh Street to East Sturdy bard
Stuart Elementary School. Returnto
AIA, south on AIA to Port yr clamp grip

Salerno to Carver Gardens Jun. securely.
Rubin'sFORT ior-Senior High School: (Murray .
l.aallei' awMirtrd afasrb Include due.
High) Return same route with I
PIERCE elementary students to East Stuart run A cotliM, park twills l entl.4
Elementary:: thence to school bus
pickle, wash V wear, etc Sleet

garage.Route 8 la JO <'ompar* at $J.W.CHILDREN'S .
102 Bus 23, Marlon
Our well educated Hurst, elementary students begins .I
west of U. S. I in Hobo Sound
crosses! ....ec. U.. i. I U>. Brlg&Rl ; .
SEPARATES : J.Iat e.lr s 4>,tp AI/1contaniioanrth40( -
(lotiiez. Return t same route with i:
students to Dunbar School: Cross I Miirdr, steel, frame hardwood

mix and match with ease j: over U. S. I to south end of Jupiter hunger wool snug or slip
Island (appro 3-4 miles) return
Compare < 39 same route to Dunbar School.

t 1, Route 103 Bus 40, Joe Williams
by 'CAMPUS: CASUALS"and Junior Senior High elementary r
students begins at Booker
//' t Park School Indianlown, thence
1 la Highway 76 west to Port Ma
Colebrook" } yaca and return to Booker Park
"Sweaters by / BATHING SUIT
t Schoerf. Return to Highway 76
turning right on to Monterey Road
-. over to U. S. I, continue south of
1 U SI I, turning left onto Cove CLEARANCE jct 1.
Flannel ; / Road, lo Carver Garden School: fr

a (Murray High), Port Salerno Con ,
in i' Aborted style, materials and ; 3
separates .
Imue to AIA I north to Casa Lumber
bright autumn railroad crossing, Stuart lo color& Save saw on this. be 1<0;
Last Stuart Elementary School, to a 4..a f.summer' rlmraiue.Compare .

+ a colors. orange .1 school bus garage tip to $299 MOTH BALLSF'
Route 104. Bus 33, Dan Weav.

; P ,,.r, '' er, elemenl:1': Junior Senior High

and royal. up: .alj.school slu- r \
green dents west of U. S I thence lo

Mix ormatch U. S. I, continue north, turning
1 right on to Cove Road, to Carver
these Gardens Junior-Senior High (Murray
1 High), return to AIA. con- 1 118.8lR
separates forsportswear unto north to Last Stuart Lie. >
mcntary Return lo Murray 18AlA.
Sizes ..f.Btm Sixes 2.61Mcn'a
entertaining 1 Route 105, Bus 26, LorrainIjrnmoods
home 30 Line
j elementary Junior CLOTHES DRYER

travel and Senior High students, begin west
of U. S. I I. thence: to Bridge Road
dress. a'iSv laming left (north) on to AIA to mI
Carver Gardens School" (Murray
High). Port Salerno. Pick up elementary
student and continue
-7 north to East Stuart Eknwnury

School Pick up high school: students
return same route to Carver Knit
Wool and Mohair Garden... Junior &cmur High
(Murray High). POLO SHIRTS Jtl a r4y, parallel w

Route 106. Bus 2*. Richard Me- '
Sweaters lardy, Junior-Senior r Easy to install.
High for IrotibU.
Hip Itched fK.IIup year*
$12 If-I transfer students from
pirated' shtts Stuart Elementary for Carver Garden Mi116ede.ntrtttie. free amice. COM 1] Capped round
ILwd bit .. Italy. ice May. knife.sUpOM J
(Murray High), thence to puts with
drag docket included
VII V white, pigs.is ad **p AbA to U. S. I lo Carver Gar. : fit* letter, f.l./a/ {
Y. aldw ratkiaal IlesSAVE
bibs Skirt $1 10 dens (Murray High). Return via ship.I.nger.100%
same rout and duplicate trip if uanhe 4 a.tfee lei

'7 $13 necessary tr tohif aed) .is.d.d 5122
Low LW NI' r From Previous
I alUtl. our
$12 .
/ i
siirtt Cot Five
pleated Years I fiiJ

tapered / Matching PRICE of $8.99
$10 ; Hmhrr COMPARI.t$1 49f
aod full HofafIleknca Wright' Jr. of lluhe
Sound was sentenced lo two five-
: \ Cardigan year term in the SUM prison! on
fuOo'trshlrla $6 $F + Tuesday to Martin Circuit Court LL
'' I He wa sentenced on I w 0 '.
with "1
coarRubin's hargev
breaking and enuring Lawn Furnltur.'
with tnunt 10 commit
1".... I I f.Iony.1
$13 and breaking and entering with Jar
I ,
riJ .. {I lent lo commit a mMdcnwanor. REW'EB KIT
The sentence rill run concur
rently.He. I JI ,
:;' rat convicted of breaking

into and entering the Tw Top .
Inn and the rewdence of Mrs. -
i I Frank ,...., ''
both a* HobeSound. ALLSltI5.AUIYP'S ';::
,.; : C
: 117 N. SECOND ST. FORT PIERCE Even the mat cuntm kidrxy 'tUltrt tNIVlllY STOlfI ,
lea t. chronic ryleonephrltis. *

Open Monday and Friday Nights until I of undetected case bccauM m if to symptom 10 per cent are

citbcr lacking or tn mutual



.- -.- ...'m1-n-.w-wm 1. ..-t-pw ..i-

4 TTrr VftRT OTa NT\\i TTiurdar September !' I9 4
Two New Buses

-z Are the PurchasedBy Board fltJP SkJ

U The purchase of two pew sohooikjtses I

L relieve .
to ovKsnxixfrd bues 0 :: r

--4 in the school l syta n MS .<

proved by the Marllo ONM,

Board of Public )myuctt at i.

meeting Monday night

I Mrs. William St. Clair of It

p ten Beach asked the Vrd if I

i had plans for relieving several ov

ercrowdcd buses' in the school system

j She laid abe was concerns

that liability insurance on pupil _

I riding the buses! might be cancelled

__ because of overcrowded conditions,

School Superintendent Thoma:
I Crook reported bus route revision

: ', .. 'A" that/ he hoped would relieve ovtrcrowding. .

I ; }ft .'!i..r: ,f. He said the school
Insurance covers up (a tha capacity .
I of the bus (sixty-six! pupils;>.

.. ---........ but that all over nxtym is the 1. _
I obligation of the school sysieni _

Crook declared that with the _
VI :f '. addition' of two new buses ant
,..t ''''J' "1."..".,. '" "' route arrangement he felt Ibo CFTTING ACQUAINTED at a recent party at the home of Mr. left to right' : Kathy SUiramm, Suzie Burkey, Joyce Molon, Joan

: \ bus load coulJ! be held to sixty I and Mrs. M. Ronny Nelson, Palm City, are members and prospective (Gibson Billie Roll Jane Anthony and Jackie Burkey The I

six. members of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, chapter will hold social include husbands later in September
a to
/'i' ..''':t. "':'-+- <1 I -_._.------ -. ..-_-- ---'--- ------.- .-- .- --'
t. .
?'L ;'r'\ .. ". traveling south on U. S. 1 when ;
'. 1 1 ;; l Hobe Sound NewsMRS. Three Were Hurt Bochme made .a left turn in front: Junior Woman;; ; Club Plans

L : ... ,I.. .J 11 f : ....i, .;. In Car AccidentThree of the the collision.Schermer auto. resulting in I
EVA CAMPBELL For Departments OutlinedThe
Correspondent 5463911TO Schcfmer .was treated and re.,
leased at Martin Memorial Hospital
L. men were hospitalized Boehme was expected to be Junior Woman's Club of been collecting newspapers and

._ FORM BOWLING Saturday with injuries resulting released Wednesday Cooper, who I Stuart met Monday evening at the magazines for the Pioneer Occupational
GROUPS (tons an auto accident! at the in- sustained multiple lacerations of home of Mrs Robert Hurley Mrs Center in Port Salerno.

THREE LOCAL BEAUTIES will rise and shine at the Florida Flower Association convention at tells he is erscction of U. S. I and Carol I I h ( face, u described as "falrlgood" Wallace I Hosteller was hosted.. The newspapers are rolled by the

Miami Bench Sept. 2730. They are Karen Broome, Jan Leighton and Pat Hart. the Jack Carpenter of us numbei In Street about four miles south of condition Mrs. Mallory Johnson corresponding blind and sold to flower farms
I process organizing a Stuart. secretary read a letter for packing flower blooms.
of bowling groups in Hobe Sound. -5 n I JUl. IlllIUIl I from Miss .
auks that Harry Schermer. forty, of Hohe Elizabeth Thalman librarian Mrs. Robert Baltzer, chairmanof
He interested in
Karen Broome and Patricia Hart anyone CARl OF THANKS at the Martin County
t' belonging to( such a group call Sound, was driver of one of the Public the Conservation Department
.1 him as soon as possible at 746- utos!!. His passenger was GordonR Heartfelt thanks to our dea r Library thanking the club presented a petition which was

4444 after ft pan. H* plans an Cooper thirty-two, also of friends and neighbors, and members for sponsoring the Summer Read' signed by club members, for the
adult social league, a junior league Hohe Sound Driver of the other of the Acacia Lodge for their Program preservation of the Fahkahatchce
Will and a bantam league. auto was David Bochme. forty kintlncM and thoughtfulness during The American Home Department Strand in South Florida, the last
Vie 64 Flower
for QueenTwo eight, of Hollvwood our deep sorrow. Mrs. Daryl Marstcllcr chairman primeval swamp wilderness'! abut

TIlE COTTIRS INPUtJUO According to a report by Deputy The family" of Eugene Barthel will ,be announced in that local grace cards dant with rare flora and fauna in

: RICO Sheriff James Holt, both autos! were ,t.mm.____ placed restaurant North America
of Stuart's fairest, Karen year's queen the former Mary Jo' lion should be of major Importanceto -------- -. ---_.!.._- this month, sponsored by t It. Mrs. William McKnight, chair
feroome and Patricia Hart. will vie Luce of Stuart, who will be honeymooning. both the grower and wholesaler Mr. and Mn John Cotter are Junior Woman Club man of the entertainment commit.

for the title of 'Mm,, Florida Flow Participating In the panel will now making their home in San; New Bookmobile ScheduleTo The Community Main Department tee, reported that the swim-supper

ft" u the fifteenth annual Florida John Marronl, convention chairman be representatives, of five majorair Juan, Puerto Rico. Word has beer) Mr*. Jack Hampton, party scheduled for Sept. 19 at the
Flower Association convention said the program will open lines. Eastern Airlift International received from them in which they chairman: reported that the club home of Mrs. James K Rowell

lo be held Sept. 27.30 at the Doral Sunday evening with ths presidents Delta Northeast and Na. express their love end Appreciation Cover Martin County will buy a projector and a positive i has been postponed until Oct. 10.

peach Hotel and Country Club reception and get under tional for their friends and for Hohj pressure machine for Martin Memorial Mrs Wallace Cook was welcomed
Miami Beach officially with the welcoming The business Sound. Hospital hnil' continuing
closing session
I way on as a new member Guestsat
Another Stuart girl Jan Leigh-/ luncheon on Monday Highlights Wednesday morning will hear "We wish to thank our many Martin County Public Library's revised bookmobile schedules hospital, project. Mrs Richard the meeting were: Mrs J. MBcvw. .

Ion, a contestant at the 1963 conyention of the luncheon will be an short talks by industry leaden pn friends /or all their kind thought published below. Clip and save it for reference. Murphy has completed wall murals f Mrs. Joha Powers, and

will stand in for I lastLKIlll. I address by the Honorable Spes- product promotion credit and and actions Wt will always hav* IONDIYS-JENSEN: BEACH. AItEARlOoAIA In one room of the pediatrics Mrs. Halbert Pickens.
.._ .. satd L. Holland Florida senior labor. This program will feature a warm spot In our hearts for unit at the hospital and plans to
The executive board of the Jun.
-:--AIMKHMPlOIr--<: -:SIT !!senator and the Introduction of talks by Lee Kmlzele, Sam Pem- Hobo Sound and Wright Row) .. .. ...... 8:30 9:00: complete two more rooms during ior Woman Club will meet Oct.

JSOTHH! OK HTKMT T'> IMfeM) I the flower queens. nock III and Matt Triggs, agriculture For the convenience of any whd (alternate weeks beginning Sept 21)) the year, A fashion show will be I at the home of Mrs. Albcr(

4)i/OMN P Ml'AHI OHUMSXH, frlllHIUtNOTH ) 010' tilt Monday afternoon will find the labor expert of the Amer. wish to writ. to the ,Cotters, their Seven-Eleven Food Store... ....................... 830: 9:00: held in March for the hospital Krueger.
I delegates gathered for the first ican Farm Bureau Federation address is Mr and Mrs. John Cot. (alternate weeks beginning Sept 28)) benefit.

Title'v c'IH I ITV HEnrnv I WMUWyiN ( Price Jr., Florida\ stum. Rico man of the clubs sale
TMM ITY( senator Puerto
1W KTIAtir )rUlll Juan ..... .. .. ...... .... ... ..... rummage
Ocean Breeze Park. .
ilIA%) or. I'T'I'II'N: :: TO AM KM(' and former manager of the association 10:10.: )2:00: held in August, reported that the building at 8 p.m. Oct. 12. The

\ UIItNA'Ul ALIlN'I; ). ; .1of(1 i;:: ( Mi' int.."ITY All will deliver the keynote Re-Zoning Acts RALLY DAY SEPT. 27 Jensen Beach Elementary School..... ....... .... I 1:00.: 2;00 I sale was quite successfuL Thanks membership committee will have

XllMNllIS 11II" V"Nf'1IlI\: f" address lids will be followed by South Jensen Arch ,. ...... ............ ........ 210: 3;00 were extended to Miss Julia Dehon. the program and a plant exchange

1HR IA HBMflNAJ.HIHHI '( :: V 'rM I report from Harry Miller, pre,.., Passed by City Rally Day wiU.bfijheLut Sun::;. m (alternate weeks beginning. Stpf,.J U) .... 'Martin County Cleaners and Is i planned by the American Home

til S\MH UK NOM HI>: ,) Jo; dent of the Society of AnterkllA Jay In September .l. the Hobe ... Scwalls Point-The Fujcne .Poux. house;, ',._, 3.1 J- 4:00: Honda Power & Light Company Department. Mrs Robert Baltzer

LI If J 1A ;T1IU .JlIIN.'I./t It Florist Sound Community PreshvterlartLhurch legion Heights Spruce Ridge Road . .. ilS; 4XX; ) i for assistance i and Mrs Edward Godlewski will
VUIK'H ,IH ) On r In the absence of any This is the formal starting t- The Public Affairs be hostesses Mrs. Robert Hurley
,1 Tuesday morning. Sept. 29, alternate weeks Department
It )H () I \ tions three beginning Sept. 28))
of the fall nd
In':m'itinbiiH' /I"IIW.owtl: the association' will be host at rezoning \ | winter program Mrs. Robert Hurley, chairman has will give the devotional
breakfast to the Wholesale .florists were passed on first ooJcc.1 of the Sunday school classes UESDAY i-IIOBF SOUND AREA J
I/JT"! I and M U I LIII'
City Commission' All children ef the community
I ,I'i": ', .fl\Mrt! and Florist Monday
HH1VIMIIIN: : XMi AM( aHOWN Wll IN ica 1 h..- business Suppliers session of followIng Amer. Ordinance No. 391 dealt arc urged to attend Sunday school Hohe Sound Elementary School. ..... ............... 8:30.: 1030': Soil Conserva tion Service.
II VT IKI( oRtiHI\ IS IUATS that date their alternate weeks
the on to meet new ( beginning Sept. 22))
\ adjoining new -
> r.' PAUK breakfast will be a panel discuMlort property
('IIINT1:\ (. H! ,1111A''AII; 'r't\\;\\ ( on( the air transportation I). S. I, generally rezoning teachers and receive pi'emotions. Bible School. ... . .. ........................ 10301100: :

.ILIX'IIRIIll.: : of flowers. It Is expected that a it R-2 or Commercial.; Ordinance Some classes will \be divided! lri'' (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 22)) Checks Wildl!ife Food Here

Ml NOTII'N III lIr.nrr.ny OIVRN4> largo number of Florida growers 392 with changing' a section ofMcDonald's order to provide better teaching faa PUtway Kindergarten ............ ....... ... 800-: 8:15:
oeoa' 1 OIPrPII.d that( t th ((1t :
f.mnml-.lon' ( ',t th* t'lty 11 LIIUJIP'l.rlt. : r. will move flowed by air during Subdivision i in Little l cititlcs and more Individual attention (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 29)) By UE CASC:) JR. meal helps their taxes
I 'Inn" ,whl In. I Iil h adopted In putmlaniM. M. privllfp'I4g.II.::, the. coming season. .. and this sesi Dixie from R.20\ C.I 1; and Ordinance for the students A new clasi Dunhnr School . ... ......................... 8)0.: I 1100 I : program supportthe
hat an dnipnilinrnl lu OidlnamJ -' 393 with rezoning lots 3 will he started for young pcorl4: Wildlife food and cover plant.
(alternate weeks beginning 29) I
<.. m lll amn.l-cl. h,.In* t 1 h r'nnlnv -1101.vlstTisP.Mt: _. and 4, block B, RiverslJc Park. in of high school age.' Mrs" Dickson, Sept. ) logs observed Florida s Soil Conservation Districts
011(1( n.n'of. thf(( I''I Mi.(..' it 1' TIII'I 510(1- II' 1"1 IS" fill' -1'111'1--- north Sluart, from R-IA to R-2. will be in charge Kobe Sound-Wil'lOn's Palm lt Gardi Store ........ 1 1115-1215 I: 1 :: were recently at and their co-operators receive

laIrs hm in, *Florida h.rMimrt, will<'r d!h......inn rlh4( t d i>ail ko,'. tt I"Tll ,.11. I lILt u t'IIIf'1' I Resolution No. 780 Instructed -- Coast Guard Station .. .......... .. ............ 1230.: 1:00: the Sang Yick Farm near Kobe educational technical, cost
..lor l land will h* r....<.nd 11.I, A arVIIO 4] It Mf<>H ri MUlTISj.mil lit. tIll \T11 (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 22)) Sound, and on the While Bell sharing loam and other aids from
Ih* pant. now helnpunnpd 1t.1 IAmd the city attorney to advertise for K. K. Dykes was taken to Mar
? Hie', panel of lanil whlih la Inm (MTuJlAUl'".MAHIMS\( 'H'' ': \11.r a public hearing en Oct 12 in connection tits Memorial Hospital last week Hob Hills-Entrance ... ............ .............. I-00: 1:30: Ranch near Port Mayaca. Lee Kim several sources. Locally, the Mar.
re toned. n.. (la mnr p.lI.u. (:'OH IH\T10N. fay, manager of Sang Yick Farm, tin Soil Conservation District re<
IllInois'orponitIn ; alternate wocki
.arly rtr*. rlbd *. filliwafxita : an with' the proposed coning 'for surgery. ( beginning Sept. :9)) planted Indian ccives the
rlftlnUft. from R-l to R-2 of Mink 2, sec Tropic Vista-Roberts Drive .. ..... ............. 200. 230::\ some dinknullct: co-operation of the
L t, I 4 and R Ut ol ft1renoh I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gerhard around one of his farm ponds.' The Counly (Commissioners farm
<: : Y.. lion 2. St, Lucie Vista .... ... .... or*
and VMIIIani* Bui dlvlInn. ( ) .. .. Estates on the Tropic -Pine Drive .. 2.30 3:00: planting looks .
EDITH A. Pno\\N .t Hi have returned to their horn on good and will he ganizations, Chamber of Com.
In Plat a* pho lli.nk n S,nI I I'v I,'I lal 7:'(I'!.:\(lnlH ';t : row t.0'" Ss.IIll"mUnlOIIIIKH ''''rTIvICrY4t east side of Puhn\ City Roud I Fairchild Lane after spending tha Lakeside Village, Mobile Home P.rt. .. 320. 350 a i pleasant Mirpnae to visiting ducki' merce bankers civic clubs

Kmorda"",<'h Cuunty. Hurldn 1'iilillc SICIITHIOMary The Dark 'summer in Owenvburg. Ky. (alternate week beginning Sept. 22)) his' winter. At the White Bell. churches: newspapers radio,, farm

"', 1'Q. Age owe their name Smilhgate ..... ....... . .. ................................ 3JO.: 340; Ranch manager Bruce Bitting completed and machine dealers, youth groups
tnarc1lnan 1I.'d' Ordln.n.i om."dlnrr. tlu.. ,Zu... ;) lo Inm" to the fac that, European civiliM- i Mrs. Ellen Burrows has again (alternate weeks beginning sept 29) trial I I plantings of signal. and individuals
<* will L.a .0II'I.I' lion
nn made almost
B Ih.* Uth. dny of dplnht.,,, .i.ft4( _. over:MKTtirmlik It year Oaallna of nare., a whopfirepMenr wldnwr the firth/ and no twelfth advance between I entered Martin Memorial Hos.pital Kobe Heights ............. ...,....,-.. .... .. ....-,,...... 400.; 4:30: [ravs, creeping bluestem wild pea. The State of Florida agencies
00 I1 M. nt a fi-nulpi cent. '. She i is recovering: from sunjcry .
iha rilv ISnmiU.lon. or ih:*n.lr: 1lTUFfllI: 'I t" 13i (rpinndp, uries. and well Friend (alternate week, beginning Sept. 22) nut, grass, siratro,, and somespecies assisting the Martin District and

f.... .,.....,..:...... 4:00.: 4:30: of forage grasses we aren I. co-operators include the State Soil
,* o"I.I nlmwn ar*na rll',4Wh' r' mind paidThla : dend, and hip unknown, helms. doll..op.l.ialea I.Stlll. 4tIEOTItKS1ICS: : ? may weeks familiar i with I The buffet grass and Conservation Board. Agricultural
> I alternate beginning 29)WEDSF.f
( Sept.
1I'l'dln.( "... .h"uh'. not b.. or irantosa. Lee Arrance has returned from wild I I peanuts! looked favorabletainfau .. Extension Service, Game and Fish!
"u'hilp'livd KJI1HH (IP ISITKSjllOM: 111
Nntli (la In bepo' .
.. ........ In lh. ..,,,... Nr.vpHaled .1Ih* unknown tinpbnnil or wife. Upui'sliI:: : Ml Til I III! a > SMM I I spending the summer I in New \YS-P\IM CITY AREA was excessive on all plant. Commission Forest Service. pub.
.hI. lath day of Heplemh, S* Ih* ran* mar hn. of any: or el.ther Nolli. .'. la hereby pineS that thetloloP.I.fled York and) Massachusetts. ngs. Technical guidance is provided lie schools, vocational agriculture

r'U, ('AIJIi Me'flAflT, ar* of tho derendnnl"natural I Iwr.nnp* thin otuie wi0LIartla ; |0 under M. tam.the uf provlalonaof lorlda.. Palm CIty School .......... ....... .-?.................., 9:30.11:30: : upon request to( farmers and road geology, and water resources
Aa rity i (-lork aid Auditor 50A11_... Art'hI'I\ WIll I., with; the Wayne Wilson of Char-Mm (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 23)) anchors. in selecting and managng departments

stat t! of City of Mtiiart) unknown. pirtlos rlalmln' Clerk of III. Circuit I'ourt. In and Trailer Park has returned from St. Joseph's .. .. .. ... .... ... .... planting materials adapted to
Ub. Kept IT. II. IPSI. lntrpl b' throniK nr a :alnt any fir Martin Cuimty Mi rid*, upon School '" ... 93011: :30 Most of the Martin Di trlct',
f or either of the paid named. Defendant receIpt: of proof of putoluallon ofthin spending two weeks) m Alabama. their soils and need..
aa heir, .de-vleeep. ,Io.tn.. .. niltk'e. th. flrUtl..... nama, to (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 30)) informational, technical, and finan
'* M..Iil't,fly..l1.I :: III tMlIsn. .r..'*..* *tipreppora., riot! rettreenttlv wit,: Mr. and Mrs. E. J, ArnolJ Loop Rood ............................ .. ....... ...?. 1I:4J: .1:15: f'qllcntly: farmers and ranchers .. cial aid comes from the U. S. Department .
( ( SlIM 'LII or IIIOV a apalarnee* |nipt*""p. lI.n0' THR OOFrBR BRHAK are concerned as to what
IIITl'AII' .ORIII\ u"'oro 0' ..1""rwlll. mInIm.ml under .. hI... w* will maw I In have left (for a vacation in trx (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 23)) type of Agriculture. Con.

IenI'II tn HrnrnT OHEV lIt .nl.,lnt Sf huplnepa 5,1510005: : .:havlnir in Mluart our ,prlmlial Martin tVunIr pipe- (erolinas Snake Road ...............,................ ..... ........ 11:41 -IU: or suitable types :of r.I land A 'soils use! their soils I made are Conservation tributmg agencies are the Soil
survey ,
THB CITY; (NiMMtHHION nr THBOITV All( unknown'' |>*rtli>i tinvlnr or .'1..,; that lbs partlea Intereeted (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 30)) Service Agricultur.
HI* on'AIIT. ruitsiPs, orINTKNTIOX dnlmln' to bur eon Plait, ('Ills 'In aall btulosos Wand Lynn ShcUon\ Griffin returned by the Soil Conservation Service al Stabilization A
ar* ttoneit Conservation
'1'.. AMEND tIRI' LIP ln(>r*>t I In th. f.llnwinir d, iirlbod illlllan: A. Mm. ,ky of bIShOP. from Jacksonville\ and that Cabana Point ............-......... .... .............. I JU.: 145: will help one in making landusedecisions. Service Farmers Home

NANl; ( MX THM III(PITT AM AMRMIlpflBEIMd rONINO (|In( tounly cooL ,proiwrlir FlorIda.' :pltuM. In Mi\r- er Kl..trl perann,la and* lnlr that..*IIrreaIwit,5nb.ted In saId bual-" her trailer there wa reports completely OuR! Harbor .................. .......,........,.. ._...... 2152.43: : You can get the soil Forest Service, and Admims.tration. U. S..

OHPINANCM( !M Hh.lt: I>HI MR1BFITAiuri :N TUBIH.UHNAPTKII : > i. i u. is. ii. n ad u. niork I neap nonKMT w p iA KrI1IUJAN under water, compliments of tht; (alternate weeks be nnio..s.23)) survey when you become: a cooperator -. Department of Interior's Fish and

; or LAMP! JI4J11 TO ,HR til: 1.1'II''ln.ftllY'ipaI\ 4 111 of Uopllnc. a.. A,' PHAIIKKV lady known as Dora Ronny's Mobile Ranch .",.........: ................... : 2:00 2:30 with t h Martin Soil which provides
: II fAMh In J'Iat th.rOl1' Vllod. r\lb' ""pU.. 14. (>..U I. I. 1114Nirrii Conservation District Aim avail technical .
/iSmicii guidance
NliIJNI't!: H.i. cHIC Juno IT If?, roronUd In lIst Mr. and Mrs. Carl (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 30)) and fists'
P Alff'r.n: L.ANM! WHicni: IK Hook t: Iii.. II. fl. Lu.1*. 'SbTll 111 "r Ie, t5SI, 'Till' tertamed Dykes en Pelican Cove-Pelican Crescent .................._.... 245." 3.00: able through the district is kelp Martina farmers and ranchers
m ("""I,. MorU INkUr H. 'H |a hereby all at dinner Friday evening.. In the selection and application of
PARTK'I'IMItLY 'r..tII."UDICU. ArOLLtOW ...n."I"" shown on Ont. of Interepied L*":*.*.. Shops.n.it: ban I Guests svert Mr. and" Mrs. John Pelican Cove-Mockingbird Lane .... ............... 3:05 3:20 conservation are encouraged by the! supervisors

*) Hl Ii\ *r"ldo kI 4', rk'.:* M iMro4: fit I.u,,in IP examination or iteneral bol.l Coiiraetrl foe the IIeenelnir lihe '' I Robinson' and Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Post Office .................... ....._............... .... 3:40.: 4:30: and protection practice of needed soils and foruse of the Martin Soil Conservation
Ait r>v BI/VK l ;rt'HOWN (( 'nt'Ik'4Ph : !\ .t< hll II*. belli IM Phi CuurthoiKe." mart I :Mahan. District to partake of the many
: : Soils
; and
f. Ill' IJXIM, |ICwI'I'Wlt All e ird*. tiot Indtid- Morlda.': So thicker S, iLIlt at f J ( IN II.AT HKItltntCHIN : : in (hIs omr.u.: ". Tovrtlrwith I'M >hoto. were request totIii a r It
I-UAT HOOK II. PAOlO II. ill rlnarlon rlkl; lh r.- I'aled; IM Silk day of Keptember. Mrs. Sarah Cooper of New Mil Pine Mobile ... ............_. .. 830 Vitham Herbert Harold
'ALaI HKAI{ era'NTV, ruoHIDA. unlo mprwrulntr, u... ford N. J., spent" the witH VtHage ..... .. : 845: Fanner. APPLICATIONS
I'UHUO HBCUMMa.NOTtPH : It, 1!. K 1IMBBR.! her summer (alternate weeks beginning Sept. 24)) Jenkins, Robinson Groves, P. L. FOR
You *" '" "r* k rbvrriiulrrd t halrmanrieneral daughter, Mn. Henry Hone. MARRIAGE LltF.VSKS:
Ill inCRRBr OIVEM I I* : 1".fi\.1\ :,; Answer orlh : : OntrarlorSj noaM hem of Potncisna Gardens. Be Exceptional Children's School...................... 830845: Hanson Jack: James Hiram. Swain. ,
p.l..nu lnlr$ .'*tMl.lhai th' City .r okadlns. to ('t'.uiatn l % fllrdiriklnM IIAHOIJ> OLA.... liver Fort Ranch, and Joe Faiella. Johnny Frederick Tate
.. .. Illy Wtnari, : fort her nturn to New (alternate wttks beginning Oct. I) Stuart.
.t the *f yn i and *1I rk of you by I Itulldlnii Inepertur Jersey to Johnnie
nil h** adopted a HlutlnrnhKhniIldIn"lnVlo ( OiKboprd. .. MarIne Cnrtxtrollnn. tb, <' Tub. Kept if :IKiiisi sh* was fetid with a autprlw par Salerno Post Office ..._....-......-"-""...... ... 900.: 9-45 An engineering, survey for Dianne Hale, Palm
Odor .l solve. of WInoS I* to alibi locating an trrigatioa well was I CiIY.
: A7ln'a"'iS I ,lll,. lo tins a....** drrlhd prop.rtv dim t *l 1T l\ IMint MT tv on her seventy.fifth birthday Murray High School ..._,................................. 10.00100 todt for Joe Faitclb he wants Lawrence
a..mrm..IaJ. bln. th" Knntnvir'I.S'b.'VnaSa nthrwl. iho .llfl..Mtl..n* SI isi t\n rsiM SIIHTISI ini >Ti, The party was attended" ; I Richard Lipps" Thus.U .
by many Hibiscus .... .... ...
or thV mnUlnvd In Ik Mid Complaint I : rM>HIIIS frwnds Park-Normandy Avenue 1245: I JUO well water, to flow from UM. highest .. >. to Sharon Ray Rosa Stuart.
I : ... ... lh.. "' .wilt h* takes ai rnnfraood by poi i* libIbIttYit "'t. ink* and member of her family Hibiscus Pwk-Cabto Road ........... ....... I IK)5-: ) 130 point in the field through I Maurice Hammack Kirkwood
....In.'t.. d.aerlb.d MI "I of 1,4 parS at 705- Ii. soldwIll I INkIC: I .
nd will b. -oniid R'Jv Ui. Hm Ilnea prow*. :. nests. Pm'S I I01TATEflI': i Fbh'nhol( .. .........?.... ...... .................. .. 200.: 3-00: ditches to lower field points. to Marjorie Carolyn Van Wagner
bln ..: 4 H.t. and th. |..rlrh nwr or oihorfil.d ibeadbo' 015.1 50, LEOT1' K. HARnAm i Coral ................. Technical both ot West Palm
I of Und wh t.lo b. ivon.d on *r .BfAr tlo 1. dur oftMobr *OUNG UMrORA FROM Olll'dennoI and Madison 3;30- 4OOUlienut guidance and help Beach
i I. morn nHrtlrularly. 4oar4lb.dfollow tOll with lh. lOPS 01 rth P !UITU' nt" rntMV :TiTi s) MW: JKR.MYGrandcMdrti: weeks beginning Sept 24)) with soil water, plant\ wildlife, and John Edwin McCashn. Jr.. Port
"uu,'. and Intel horvMl .'0" P U. SItu
a onv ft
: SNa.ltP' St Lucie
." urnn the llolntlrt tiorvlnr : MM 11111 Rocky Point ...___..?... ......... ............. 330-: 4:00: rural recreational practices PI..II .. $l\Itru. LI. Sill VMUM' : hrvi of Mrs. Henry Pierce,
All o' vann kttnrnrya pro | vlven( thai Ih through the Martin Soil Consenralton -
1..1. '. I. haL iHi-hl ''it iwgh'iortwi. r (It'romsr "n4..rami| bus. filed (it* ",,al r... Honehein have Seen visiting her (alternate weeks beginning Oct. I) .
rmu>rd4 (ti'plaVuooli II. '"".* Ktuarl rinrld i turn* aa Kterwior ..f the exate .f District assisted by the
'U. aim ("'..... (rmint. MoriIUI4 ...hbs A0dea. p,4 N.5bI.4. shall 5.a'hbIsSnsd .. I.l.vd II LILaedao domm..4; Ial I in Pomciana Gardens. They art FRIDA\'S-I 'DI tios:N' AREA Soil 1 Conservation Service a o dother BROWNIE TROOP ISS
tI.. Public RHOrd. III tis. ituafl N.m.. ioamonap.r U baa rilfiTlla nUII n f..1 *,l.Iri. VerauYa. Dirt Henry and FUza MFKTS NEXT Ttt-MUY:
Writ P. O Box
onlillohed I s 1I1".rt. kntlnn end f.10' final .li>. I I.arsv. and beth of New MilJOnl Warfield Schno. ...... ........... ........ agencies.:
OrdIaU' > .m.ndl... Ihf (00..1' aS ......1.. WInP54a. a SC thai an ikiobvr I I., Illi a4! St r utor I and Hacks ) ..... 9:00.: 12:00: 234, Stuart or call Brown Troop 135.
RonTnOrdin.no. will b*. cdoplcdm I ".,'pry wk for four canamutlv I wilt apply. I* Ih, tIn.,rakU ensack. N. J. alternate weeks beginning Sept 25)) i wttt hold us
; sho lltb( d." ",0.....*.... Lilt *.Ii. w...11. Cvunlr J.id.o.. In and r..r Martin There are about sixty first meeting on Tuesday
I .t o r..nl' r maOIbht :{. '.' III AN'n 0"1:1': ., "' .. Cwmlx. .......... .r ...p.n".t of I Remarks collected at random Booker Pant .. ..__.,."" ....... 9001200: servauoB Districts I 287-3313'1 22 from 3 to 4;30 Sent
hi. rwf C'OmLIIUOIOO. ot Iha film .rt. PlorIda, this' It day n' .aepsOm'bet. .dil nal r.i..rn. an4 for a nxnlMf "I. |utt lov* J beginning
iMiort. FlorIda, un. .. .l LAt lmjMtlon lISt en r,. rinali IUptnM by local Joseph Mothers are
;* arO fIbS. < fii"*. ; f'OftnTtfY'' ptyLf'L ihpr a:.I'lr.j.: : rk:. \\iu \boy I kx.& at thai wind blow" (This New Post Office __. ............ ..... 1200.: 1: 0IikUnlown ly farmers and *. ed 10 JJ2elHi.U"% ask
on !Ii Phown aa lo .I>T *> flrdl (1rrk. n' n..11 t'mlr! 0, .f 1.1.Il.. Har. .. 4rM. '._<. one was Oho); "Ge .*u, look r lIIed.u1a and any
C....... .hnuld not k* o ni>nd4Th' MiI,, ,""'lp rIm'.... FlIRT ATIOS.liAS It or Park-OsceoU\ Boulevmrvl 1:4': 2.15 JOt their sort with national and bide girt who withes
p '. Noilr U t.. .... r..ibll.hH( tnvfpMi, PTtIA 5' at die su* of that thing on my IndMMown I staM legiiUnon in 1937 art taiiMd with "
\\: J'A:1rITt..nELn. Put-'M-K.ct Street JO.. )15 ; they ajke a
Wfl '(moo In If* Mnort Moms. I 511.srl. .frlarI4Enarubor .. It.... (It was a snook on Henry's psrenTMm .,
P t.d thli Itlh lIa r of 5t.pt.ffibet ? ( :'1'.l rsI.lnrnII1'E1L1N : of U'. 001115, 0' line fi Manna _..... 330. 400. designed to sushi farmers aid Henry hlaLota AT 1
,"4. TII"M.. .!o4 H P.pdm'h ,Im'.e.e4<< hing on tIt! Blue Day" Iltet'ft.i ranchers .wQ their sod. wster, be called lor further mfomj
(Ou."' .. 7As4lto' TIn Wlft. A. fbn5'aoo. w, .nt.vt. p.lwblItElJ0 out of Riviera Beach) ( weeks beginning Sept 25)) iU" ivl I _
... ("II, t' ..rk I I r. n. Drawer II j ,... b"o.l.I.l. ,ad W* are so glad. you had a good Si Lode Acres .... 330.: 4.00 t wildUf ncnauoo landowners: prsoicev i The _

J. ttt.t'm Ph.ft':: iuftaoct. 1. i. hIll t I iepLV'It': .. .. n. Dm*. Com: beet agate. Udst (:alternate weeks t-iginsmn Ovt' J) I, Agricultural to tefUvmattooa and iwA-areeiicftlrd '' fedIn1ndl bttnplow type*. of thre:1lft: S

,. .

.. . . . -

a H

4 .
"" -.... taatl.se... .... .
Ji.eJiierfw fmfitt Mwn lei .f'- 1 FIE STUART I1orld( ) NEU'S Thursday, Svptcmhw 17. J9641.'ft. -A.

Beautifiil New ClietrOletS] for 1965 Palm City News 'a t ".,.t. ,::' .'' ,..". r .. .- 1-I'-i I.'-..-; [

CorrMponifenl i r. 1 1 h.rrr ,y !+ .t

Telephone 2875582PERSON ,i J, .
.. '
MI s,rritara l.g k i''t't rM J I..
,. ...I. '
'r AI 1 Jy{, \LS ,+ NI m ,, ."
Ai 1 { y { $ ,
+ a y
N se "J ''1'\' .. \'
?i ;: /sf; _
Mr and Mr W J. Ik ? ""
ana daughter r. Susan have tea' $ 'f .

ed to their spending. home the in Gull summer Htarfifrafwr in -

northernutcs.-.. '
I' ,
Mrs. Evelyn Higher has returned I"f
from \i\it m Connecticut and :
1 I North' Carolina.Mr. Wj
z r r* and! Mrs" Jamc G. Alt n' : S "
have returned from Atlanta Ga., .
where their daughter/ l Donna, has '.tJ .V'.t -
entered Georgia. Slate. She will ;S .
take nurses training at Grady Memorial ,I I .
eMee Hospital.Mt. .

and Mrs Thomas B. Wolfe Raw* R rs :J
w* [IMt .wwfr 1w>me on Alt -
American. nk'M0svfd' from a sum. I ..
LEADING:'\ the beauty parade or 19
with new flowing lines new roominess and a distinctive profiltf. Stylish roof lines mil curved aide home. I

windows blend with the gracefully contoured rear quarter panels. The new Impala Convertible features R",V. D. R. Daniel of the Asscmtfy ..
an inward folding top with tempered gluss rear window.\ The rtlU1 t-size Chevrolet i i. available of God Church fell bastjay -
in 15 models in four series The public announcement date for all Chevmlel-huih' passenger and dMocatcd"' his elbow. M
can ti September/ 24. H* wa !boarding up the churchin -
preparation 'fur Hurricane Dora ILU1,1A -

';. ; 4...,: H : f: -- .....: ;.z...:.; ", I-Enter- -Now For d il'fug 51Qserkan' Gn Ray, surgery Weston Boulevard at i I. Martin home after on j IJ.:13IL L t ..

1 ".1'f"f" "' \ "' :"'.- ".' Memorial l HospTtal. l ,-
\ Test
/.v .c. '." William E. Wilson, FI'C'' ;
.", ...-...-.. ,..... ..... .. SfjeR tjRfct guest minister Y -
Applications are now availablefor preached at I Et a '' -
the Navy's nineteenth annual the United Church Of Christ. (CongregatTonal tt l s.9 ',4r 'y{ y I, t psr
'... I NRQTC qualification test accordIng ) Sunday and will also t t 4 yf
to Mrs Hucning at the Martin be guest! minister next Sunday
1 \ y' County Senior High. The nation His. wife Virginia, i is the new a"., 1
.... wide examination will be given teacher at our school here. lfi k .

I Dec. 12. and all eligible male high The Youth ..
State Ratfy
school !seniors and graduates may of the United Church of Christ TIIK LOW BRASS SECTION of MCSU Marching Tigers InDean Cason, Gary V rvil. Jeff (UiVgbchh and Ray Spiller They .:,
... .J'. apply. (Congregational) held I In Avon eludes, left to right; Kay Klin|. Edwin Rollison. Don Brown, Hill give th! hand a sound foundation for their harmony .

# .. On the basis of this test, personal Park the past weekend was attended .
v interviews physical examinations by Jerry Mawhinncy, Kenneth
and other factors Mrs. Moore and their advisor/ Mrs. Leta I
> Hunting explained, over 2.WK Williams Kenneth was reelectedto'
tYwWs' '.I. f young men will be given/ college the executive board for another
I educations a midshipmen in sear
NROTC units in fifty-two well-
known college and universities All Sunday school classes of
throughout the country. the Baptist Church enjoyed a ric-I I w'lor
Registrations! / for the test close nil and ball game at Phipps! ..
k Nov 20. Informational bulletins on Labor Day 1 \

f s's'a' and applications' are available from The Civic Organization meeting !, MI .,1 ..
Mrs. Huening or the nearest Navy set for Sept. \8 was postponed ''
Recruiting Station.A because. of hurricane warnings. It
successful applicant receives will be held Tuesday, Oct. IJ. $
financial aid, fof four yean of col- I t1i M
lege. This includes tuition books, A special business. meeting will M
uniform, miscellaneous expenses, be held at t h. regular monthly
and a $'0 per month retainer fee. meeting of the Anna laura Circle / ,
After successfully completing college Wednesday Sept. 23 at the United! ,
degree requirements and Church of Christ (Congregational)
naval science training NROTC 7:30; p.m. Mn. James Allen will

MARTIN COUNTY BANANAS are presented to Candy Hare midshipmen become commissioned be the hostess

of the News staff by John Antoch who raised them on hit place officers in the Navy or Marine I I5 k
in Palm take Park, north of Stuart John say he h'as 200 Corps. YOUTH FII LOS IIIP I ; 4 tF'
rLrrrs. omciR
plants which bore about 50 stems of "Lady Finger" bananas During their training
According to News staff member |*they were delicious." midshipmen" enjoy three The Junior-High Youth Fellowship ,
summer cruise: with various naval of the United Church of
-- units.", including visits 10 foreign Christ (Congregational) met Sept vi'

w- -..... pilafon Wednesday.! Sept. 9, after ports. These cruises help I them i 9 under the leadership of Mrs i
learn more about he variety ol : Nfaydell Moore and elected ofli-1, I I''
OBITUARIES a brief illness interesting and challenging! ; opportunities ores They are president, Judy Ann I
Mr. Qualmarf was a native of available to them at naval Moore; vice president and histor
II 1. -A..., Oak Harbor Ohio and! wa a resident officers. ian. Angie Cunningham' : secretary, !
ELMER WARTIN here for fifteen years. He h Male citizen of the United Connie Pope; treasurer' George 1 I j

Elmer Martin sixty-nine; 01 f survived |py it son in' the North States who will be over seventeen Pope; hospitality chairman Bren-1'I''
211 South Canal Street. Okeechbee oFuneral} services and burial were but not yet twenty-one on June da Rob; recreation chairmen !! '. t
30 1965, and who are now high" Rebecca Timmerman and Suzanne ,
/ died Friday in Okeechobee< In Toledo, Ohio.\ Johns Funeral school senior or graduates an Johns. I

illness.General! Hospital after a length) Home was. in charge of local ar eligible to apply for the Decent! At this week' meeting rt.1 I

rangements.FRANK her lest. Those, who attain qualify. 16. they will be installed by Mrs !
He was a native of Florida Mr ROFSI.FR ing score will. be interviewed and Leona Smith.
Martin lived ;in the Okeechohct given physical examination next
area for fony-one year, He wasd Frank Albert Roe'sler l sixfy-i<. February. The Senior Youth Fellowship
will meet at the church Sept. :0
member" of the Independent Baptist died I
of Salerno Shore early
to orpniu and elect officer Mrs \
Church of Okeechobee.wife Mai- Thursday morning, Sept 10, in Sales and Use Uu William is the leader and
Survivors include his Martin Memorial Hospital. the time i Ie 5
tic; one daughter, Betty Jo, both He had been rf winter resident j
of Okeechobee anJ (three titters, Trend
for the past fifty years coming Upward
Mix F. M, Savage and Mrs. Maude from Staten Island, N. Y. He was
"hrWi'e of Orlando and hits Doris employed by the New York City I ; Monday. Sept 2f,
' Whidten of Lake Wales. Police Department for twenty-five SuTc and use tat collections fof 7JO; until 9 p.m.. 1M children. of
Funeral services were held in before retirement. He was August, based on July's business, the Assembly of God Church will
ihns Funeral Home Chapel Sun- 9f yean the Catholic faith. Mr. Roe produced 19449858. J. EdStraUfchn Man a "Kid Crusade" that will RETURNING ITI1R.MKV: at Murray High !S\.hot>l at Carver June, Lloyd( Thompson, Clfarfef Roger, lames Hamilton leroy
ay: at 2 p.m. The Rev, M. M. was t veteran of World I Wai leI director of the Florida" continue for the whole week Paem / Garden line up for a prt-veason f photo. |left k> right art Charles Mont* and Douglas MclferdyNews
lards pastor of the Independent and I forty-year member of the Revenue Commission. said.. are invited i to enjoy; hall
ptlst Church of Okeecbobee of American Legion and a member Stfaughn said the increase over crusade with the kid*. .
lated. Burial was ia Fern Hill of Police Post ri73 of Staten Island the same month last! year was |11.7'| The theme will he "Adventure -

emorial Cemetery. ", a member of the ,Patrolmen's per cent, or SJ.OW.4J4. He fur with A." Each night stories will l J Enroll--;
h ther stated that collections for the Private Hezekiafi Watson
Benevolent Association of ( he be read songs sung accompaniedby
|SITERMAN S. SlfFRWOOD Police Department of New York first two month of the fiscal 1 period a rhythm land and there will I
? Sherman S. Sherwood seventy. City tout S40M4.2, which i t. an be a treasure chest for them to for Veterans At U.S. School N. J.
; Cane Slough Road South fed. Hit h survived by his wife, E,. increase of JI.ISMJ6 or 25.21 plunder in. Atmy Signal ,
al Highway, in St. Lucie Count t.. Ind one brother, Gu Rossler pet cent over the same period last. A contest: will be held! at the
died at hit home Monday after of Hack nsack. N. J.. ami one year. He said collection are meeting end of the crusade to select a king Issued by Keller Private Mrrckiah/ V/aison, ton Ironic brain," Course* are given
|* extended illnes sister Kin. Pauline'; Hester of f the predicted estimate thus far. and queen. I of Mr. and Mrs lame" Watson" of also In meteorology and b o t IIr
(Mr. Sherwood was1! I native of Brooklyn.! N. .Y. Funeral and burial Collection. from I"ref- cent It... ... Jensen mnllon-pkture and Mill phutography. > ?
Reach hail enrolled IA the"-
wholesale sporting good tax
York and had been a re.i- will be In Riverside N. I. Yale produced .
tw ( of OTFKMFDtiTC: CA'sTO rule 3d of the United lutes I from questioning' stun decree is- .
$90.JIM. Inmate
an U S. Army Signal !School: a( Fort
t In this area for the pa.\C nineen Funeral ,Home Is in charge of local Mitt: A yearly average of 6.fI()() enlisted
yean arrangements. $56,797 over the same month last Code provide that remarriage ol apt on the ground of fraud or Monmouth, N, I. for twenty men are selected fur admis. .
[Survivors include his wife. None year, or 169.10 per cent collection On Fridaay. Sept ii. Mrs Betty a widow or marriage of a child !I collusion Vo.k*' Intensive raining i* a" radio sion. All are chosen front amontf'
; one daughter, Mrv S. A. In Martin County Kin Park will have shaft not N a bar to> payment of Veteran and the widows of technician: the Army* best in point of Imelu-
10 cent higher in Au .
for the
were inur-
slltams. and three grandchildren, Heart. Programs JUSt 1964.per than in the lime mete GA'upper st rung at 5:30: p.'. VA benefit if 0* marriage was II veteran rtccKing Veteran Ad- I He !.* a 1W4 gradual ot 'Ise" genie tducalional tltammentt.9(1(\
of Cane Slough Road. month a ,eat ago However, August to be followed by the. study of a void or baa been annulled by a | ministration pension under the and practical ability. Roughly
[Funeral service wen hell in Made Available about 9 court having' basic authority& torcifckl per cent tn high" school
<< collection wen percent bonk "Gr.d", ,, Adventurer > provision of the old law are showing m completedone
hns Funeral Home Chapel onnesday lower than those for July a decree. of annulment! !, Mel- and 21 per tent have
at II a.m. The Rev. 1964. Saturday Sept. 19| at 4 p"". von T. DIMM of DM Florida [)e- I incrcastd IrUrtst in the new or more year at engineering'txhool '
an Stuart. First Methodist Program explaining Advance they win meet at the home of Mr pertinent of Veteran Affair announced pwwion tysiem thai went into ff or college
itch officiated. Burial was intn (1ft treating and preventing heart'''' PRIVATE PRESTON Henry Tatum for a reviewing council ,. I feet( Jury I I. I960, M.. T. Dun h"a lh Signal; !School: course* vary
Hill Memorial Cemetery diseases are now ready for presentation of their pay work. :l bi All designed to qualify "
II IS LN KOREA When considering claim unJer | director, florid Department of length are
to area clubs and organization I' he enlisted student. for hi her
LOIS IRENP. CRIFFTNr *, according the Heart Association Army Private Willard T. Pre.. Contract Granted I I the pertaining AJminniralion regulation of the Vrteran' Affair/ stud. rank and more responsible duller
of : and Martm -1 Ion. soft of Mr. M.rjorie) Preston Veterans Diu I I In. the first \live month oli I In the and. incidentally tatqulp
Griffin cm-nine( M. i N krvnalerisj that the marriage Army
Irene I To Raise J 10-Mile() I say
lIoN Sound was assigned M
[r Seventh and Seminole Streets. Counties ; i may have 'been terminatedby i I9A4 more than ",OIJO of these I him for high-level, fcvhni-:
Salerno died Thursday after "Phyttcian. speakers., films and the 7th Infantry. Division in Ko Section of Levee death or divorce prior to the pensionert elected to receive; ihJrpcfWMin i cat work after kavl.tg the Army,
brief illness. Uterarti/e' tot ava1bt> for public Preston leader, in ComI I date. of the annulment decree or under the new law, 'I bra.
_i !had been a resident of this use," report M.. Virg.iU Me- I Barry .. >J a fenatioit team of the dtviMon's Army Engineer in Jacksonville prior to the date the claimant raned | compaied with. les than )."W such I
for the paM ten year Shei Vey execmive director fee the j2d Infantry Korea. H. i have announced the. award of a I the (... d\al1lw marriage was tocum in the first ihfee month Duck Season
i member of 0* Seventh Day tealtla agency, entered the Army to January IIJf.340 contractor raisiig a of I94J vr an increase uf loft
tnti' Church of Fort Pirrctn. .. I I Top covcf keari a'ttJcl I 194 and wa Mattoned at Fort; I' section of the Herbert Hoover void.Also, according/ Dison. (he per' rent Start Set
\ Griffin i It survived 'by her stroke, high blond pressure, con- Gordon. (ia.. before arriving ow. Dike. on the toethwesf shore of fad that a claimant had switffd ThK M more w'tnrfkant since ri i I'' onNo'vemb'er
hand. Gunter Griffin; Os gcoital heart defect*, dirt 4nd I '' lab Oteechohc. I a divorce on ether ground* would' tIw,. were more than. I.I9J.XX) wM
liter, Mr*. Jean V&+'emU.. both heart disease, II'IIOtlftlw health I' The' fWmry-' -y ardd soldier1wa I The civil, work contract whkh pot affect 1"riJla to resitiraliMi old law pensioner lit January, 25
[Port Salerno; one ion Dale. !and) heart research.Dhoxerfe graduated in 1959 from Stir cad for raiting a n-mile sectionof of benefit* if the evidence fsuhlMhr I t-M. and. 'les than r.UVWO m ,
> it serving tti the !Nary; a broth. mad fr the ,.. art Training lugs" School. Befor tile giant levee around Late that the cartage was in January I9M I Diton sad 11woldpesalon I I Fkxidn's duck goose and cool
JJoyd I her mother, Eu Louise of Lar- I to individual persons if employed by.. ft* Boyaton Landscape No. I near Moor Haven W I DJn wee rendered auboe uenl to I i pension and: set. ""tin Mcomeimuta. Nov 21 and run for forty
they are to recent dw "... Company lIoN Sound. eating Creek, tae awarded lo I the droorce d cr*.. f. any eK I The ,new taw falsest" these" en comecutrVf: day through Jan", J.
nerd service sm held iaIts benefit from the knowWfB. tic.Heart Robert I!.. LM 0...,.,.". Inc I Involving a stud marriage or re- Mtconsf ftmtu tDghiiy' and tel a Z Daffy shooting hours will., .be suarh -
Funeral Home Chapel 51iy A *ocUlion .Jf Thu- '.1" The Mbzard or* button, .banner of MainSi C, The South CarobM I marriage, i% tfM absence of aaannoknrM I i sliding Kale to that a greater pen- PRIVATE WA1MSu 'I 10' "' 1Nt.i' .
| at 9 I."' .. with the Rer.irr ill eduoaionat actfvitirt .. and bilmostrd advcnumtna firm abided the lowest of decree, Olson says the ,1 sion payment went. to thu. *. with Under the final migratory' Aunt
Onset, pastor of the Sev- sociatiMr hope to etnmmw / that mart American pobucal campaigning five bats on the work Ae Army I I evidence must ostaMadl that it wa* bwf. Jncofhn.I < rl Training School! l ia Stuart i'Ing regulations psirsc.ved
I Day Adventist Oiarth of Fort ,bo<* bean and oraAilnry dn- i it an age-o&J phenoroon. Ea gferer* aU Compirtioii w.1t fun ahwtulefy void trader the. .Uw of AH( prnow coming M the MUsio AdmlMiuA to die Signs !School ( from 1M U.7fWt and
re officiatjng. Burial was ia I! ease and to encourage carry dtagnmH > Banners wad k* ancient Zest calendar day fa rwjuCred. a particuUr steam and. nit awry' I I roIk on or after July I. (Wmust fc 'limited to me.. of outstandidgproniMe Wildlife) Service, dairy bag limrti
Hill Memorial Cemetery.W and. treatiucuC. (CTree ahd tupporttr of Rama Raising the height of the dike*)' vo chute.i I I.. Otto Mat /Keive, pension, Classed a* a technical. MV ,for ducks will be low, with a total
Any gaaitatiofl' whiting to candidate crVd slota** o 1 around Lake Okrechohee will per- caws) arvohriaf. anmjnxntdwrte tuner I the sew Ir w. Thai' alreadyon solos, the school gKe training possession limit of tight' Daily
RLd, Qt'ALMAVW. Ia9 a haftl'ptrtlJllei contact ftoM road. narkrtt 2/KJQ yartago. one a greater Moraa* of water la *. dM MaMory reqmrswwmit : the. rotla on thai An. have the chMtfry IB tM opr/atipa' mamteante ballot geese will lie> ihrefj
CJualnan. eignry-: the Hart Association )24 Campaign button date Met I tiH hqutd keart ft &. Cmml and that: rile fowl has .NSK author*le I..i privilege; vt fimtinmg under !the / and repair" of forty dufercnl a possession of MJI. Daily tag tot
l Pt the. FSshnhcl Port A lertt South oil,. --. Will P ta 1t'a I Soucbcm florUa flood CoacrolProtect. ty M rcmkr annulmeM\ MCTCM a/td ow. Uw umtw ia to recess pipes of .", atONe .qui,."..... "-I-coot witj, he ten with a total poJKODff
J ntna vte fLI DOOM says the VA to prtJUdW|I>ia >osi t> .law, fast flit .mixus( tut tt nf, tttSt Ot tHttttf,

r r I l


g THE STUART (Flfl) NEWS t'' I "+.1mesMMr FIRST BAPTIST I FIRST CHURCH Ofr CHRHT City Assembly of God The cr:
Thumb, September 17, 1964In Southern Methodists Head Stuart 1 SCIENTIST I sade theme will be Adventtir

Wednesday evening at 6:30: the East Ocean Blvd' Stuart With A," featuring stories, song

a recent expedition under the Will Be Here September 20The Training Union executive committee :1 Sunday morning service at I 11. I prices, treasure chest, Scriptu
sea in the bathyscaph, the scientists will meet at the church: Lemon-sermon subject, Sept verse, contest of king and quix
were amazed at the large extent The midweek prayer service will 20:: "Matter" and rhythm band It will be he
of marine life five mile under. Rev. Lynn Corbett president Columbia Bible College, Columbia be held Wednesday evening at 7:30: Sunday school 11 a.m. Nursery each night Sept 21-25 from 7.;:
Q of the Southern Methodist S. C. with special emphasis on state I. provided. to 9. All! children are welcome.

Church, will be the speaker in Rev. Corbett has stated that the mission at this it the season 1 Wednesday Testimonial meeting,
Salon Methodist reason! so many groups have united of prayer for state minions. The I 8 p.m. OSCEOLA STREET
eve.a a raoa.L Ik+"? ,aAAIIIIMnManIMM the Southern Churches with the Southern Methodist youth and chancel choirs will rehearse -I Reading Room: 282 Flagler Avenue SOUTHERN! METHODIST

t of Martin County Sunday, Sept. movement lately is due to the fact Wednesday evening at 8.15: : Monday through Friday ':30 The Rev. Corbett, president c
Methodist 20. He is scheduled to speak at that the Southern Methodist at the church. I a.m.-12.30: p.m. the Southern Methodist Churci'
Building the Salerno Southern Methodist Church has maintained a fundamental Christian Science radio ,
ofW Thursday morning at 7 the program will be the speaker at the 11 an
Church at 9.30; and at the Osce- stand in church doctrine,
men't prayer service will be held "The Bible Speak to You" may worship service this Sunday.Plstor' .
ola I Street Southern Methodist and does not support the liberal be beard Stuart
at the church The Sunday school over WSTU, ,, .
office hours he)
Church at 11 am. National Council of Churches.The 1450 kc, at 7 15 are
superintendent will meet at the : p m. Mondays.
Additions PlantThe each Wednesday from 1 to 4
to Rev. Corbett is a native of public is invited to bear church Thursday evening at 7. Topic for Sept. 21: "Divine Help pct
The be
at otht
South Carolina and a graduate of Rev. Corbett. Wherever You Are. pastor may
Friday night from 7 until 10 tunes by appointment.

official board of First school and and Saturday mornings from 8 to Prayer service and Bible Hud
Methodist church an administration TRINITY METHODIST
12 the Church
Council will hold
Church last week voted to building housing the church Missionary to West Irian a retreat at "Kkk liter'. Camp" to Arch Street Jensen Beach are held each Wednesday evenin
payoff a the church offices and be beginning at 745.:
mortgage on pastor's study, to
plan the work and set the calen- Sunday school 9 45
BEAUTY CAREVIRGINIA property, and by doing so they completely air-conditioned. "The dar for the up : a.m.; morning Sunday, Sept. 27, is Promotio
new .
Will Talk year. worship, 11am worship
provided the congregation with construction is expected to start on ExperiencesRev. ; evening Sunday. All teachers please chec
: first and third
buildings and land in the amountOf In the near future," commentedRev. Sunday morning at the 8:30: Sundays. your Sunday school rolls for pn
$1 U,5OQ debt free. Added to Allan Stuart, pastor.Lutheran and H o'clock worship services, Official board, first Tuesday, motions.
the assets of the church i is the Jack Manly, a missionary the Rev, Forrest H. Watkins will 8 p.m. Rev. Jack Manly, missionary I
By old church and property valued with The Evangelical Alliance Mis speak on "Where Is Your Faith?" WSC.S. first Monday. New Guinea will be with us o
KINNE Owner at $35,000, although the old I HourIs lion ((TE.AM) to NetherlandsNew II At the evening service at 7:45 his" Choir practice every Thursdayat Sunday Sept 27 and will speaat
church it now for sale. Guinea, known now as West topic will be "The Song of Death. 7:30( p.m.Sunday our Ham. worship servIce.
Operator First Methodist Church is also Irian, will be the speaker Sept. The ordinance of the Lord Supper Sept. 20, is to be Rally Sunday School Rally Sunda
FRANCES NETTIE REDDISH building a new classroom building Beginning 23-27 at 7:30: each night at a missionary I will be observed at the 11 a.m, Day. i 18 scheduled for Sunday Oct. HI
CRISWELL housing five classes in the conference at Port Salerno worship service. Immediately following I el's break our old Sunday echo
Southern Methodist Church. the evening worship service MDS CRUSADE SET ATPALM e.ord.:

Now Featuring 32ndSeason' In September, 1952, T,E.A.M.'* church a song Fellowship feat will Hall.be held in the CITY ASSEMBLYThe I
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN first two missionaries to West Ir Rev Mrs Flora Bruce of More than 96 per cent of al
S Pedicures Pine Lake Dr., North River Shore The thirty-second broadcasting ian lost their lives at the hands of Monday through Friday will be Winter Haven will be in chargeof I farms in the United States hav,
native carriers while on a trip into Sunday School Preparation Week a "Kids' Crusade" at the Palm electricityAMERICANSHELP.
9am. church
Sunday ,
'Relaxing Facials'CIXVSF.D : Sunday season of the Lutheran Hour with special study each evening
school; 10 a,m., morning worship worldwide radio mission of Redeemer the Interior. Rev Manly arrived from 7 to 8:30( for every officer
Guinea in the 1953.
service, 6 p.m., High School Fellowship Lutheran Church of East in New year I and teacher in the Sunday school
SATURDAY during Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, and associated I The Harold work Lonestrand was then carried and Manly on by Rev. Watkins will lead in the study

July, August and September Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., choir congregations, opens on Rev. Manly has contacted eighteen of the book "Reaching All Prospects !
rehearsal. Sunday, Sept. 20( reports the Rev. for the Church." There will
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0534 Monday, Sept. 21, session meeting Donald K. Schroeder, pastor of the primitive before tribes, many of white them also be classes! for junior and primary -
7:30: never having seen a
p.m. church. The opening broadcastwill children.
------------------- man. Since that time, more than
be heard on WSTU at 7.35: Let's not give free
forty-five missionaries i have goneto The Girls' Auxiliary and Sunbeams up our proven enter
pm.Dr. that field. It is a and almost will meet at the church on
Oswald Hoffman will beginhis inaccessible I terrain rugged of mountains 1 REV JACK MANLY Monday afternoon at 3:30.: prise system of government! What will

tenth year II as Lutheran returned Hour and swamp, which is popu- Society at church at 9:30: a.m. The carol choir will meet at the you do? It's YOUR Country!
speaker e recently
church for rehearsal
members Tuesday aft-
Program committee only.
from a meeting of the United Bible
Blakely'sFORT Societies in Driebcrgen. Hol FIRST METHODIST lated with several whose hundred "stoneage" have- ernoon at 3:It. Please cut out this coupon and mail to:
this fall will attend the tribe languages
land, and
Vatican Council at the Invitationof Stuart never been reduced to writing. COMMUNITYJensen John W. Hussey, Route 1, Box: 340, Stuart,
PIERCE 16 Chancel Rev. Manly will relate his actual Beach
the Roman Catholic Secretariat Wednesday, Sept :
for promoting Christian unity.. choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. experiences bringing the Gospel Worship service and Sunday who will forward it to the local G.O.P.

In the season's opening Lutheran Thursday, Sept. 17: Commission -to these recently cannibalistic peo school are at 9:30: ( a.m. each Sunday Headquarters.
Hour broadcast, the world-re on membership and evangelism ple. I Rev Newton Tweedy, pastor,
at church, 7:30 A sound-equipped nursery will has recovered and
nowned1' churchman will Inaugurate meeting p.m. : will be m the - - -
a series of eight programs bused Friday Sept 18: "District-wide be provided? for infants. The public pulpit each Sunday.

FINALC'LEARANCE on St. Paul's letter to the Romans : Church Survey" at First Methodist is invited. Midweek services have resumed I Will Contribute ( ) I Win Work ( )
The title Is'God's Dynamite.." Church, West Palm Beach. and are held! each Thursday
Car leave Stuart at 6:30: p.m. RIO BAPTIST evening at 7.
Broadcast In forty-one languages, I 19 Methodist Choir practiced each Wednes Enclosed Find S. My phone .............. ........ ,
Saturday, : A called business meeting
the Lutheran Hour l Is heard by Sept. special -
7 with
least each Youth Fellowship "bowling party" will be held Wednesday at 7:45 ibrta: p m Mrs. George

at week in 30,000,000 more than persons 120( lands at Jensen Beach. All MYFers meetat p.m. to elect three deacons. Twoof I director.Alcoholics Name ........................................ Address ............_................ .. .. ..
Headquartered in St Louis, Mo., the old church by 7.15: p.m. or the deacons will serve for three Anonymous meet
each Wednesday at 8:30 In the Folltlo.1 Ad .r : fcr M.rtln
it has twenty-four branch offices at the bowling alley at 7.30: ( p m. years and the other will serve for Sunday school meeting room. County Rwublleu Bueutlv Coranltte.
around the world. Sunday, Sept. 20: Morning wor- two years. Choir practice is at -- -
Your last chance at some wonderful bargains. The sole purpose of the broad- ship at 8;45 and 11 (Eleven o'clock 8:3: (). -- ---- -- -- -- --- -

At know, all our sole Items ere nationally cast is expressed! I in its motto, service will be broadcast on radio "Sunday School Preparation
you "Bringing Christ to the Nations" I station WSTU.) The pastor, Rev Week" will be held Thursday and PAN AMERICAN TIRE CO.
t advertbed and from our regular stock." It is sponsored by the Lutheran Allan R. Stuart, will preach on Friday from 7:30: to 9 p.m. at the PRICESfl'Mftfltfl
u 142000member the subject "Our Part in Salvation church. Rev. Fernandez and Mrs.
Mae of the Lutheran ." Youth choir rehearsal! at Ed Burgess, the Sunday school superintendent
DRESSES SPORTSWEAR Church-Missouri! Synod, producersof 6 pm followed by MYF. for will lead the depart
TV' "This Is the Life." all junior high through college ment superintendents, workers and
i .,SWIM SUITS Services are held each Sundayat young people at 7 p.m. teachers in a study of the book,
..... Redeemer Lutheran Church at Monday, Sept. 21: Men' prayer 'Reaching All Prospects for the
4c,," ''t 10:30: am. and in Sunday school group meet at church at 7 a.m. Church" which was compiled by
: and Bible classes atI\ :13 si m. Tuesday, Sept. 22: Meeting of A. V. Washburn of the S.B.C, Sun-
committee of Woman's day School Board in Nashville.
: program
HALF PRICE Youth and Adult Sunday school begins at 9:45:
: IEIIOV Ail'S WITNESSES' a.m. with a class of Bible study
Retreat Was HeldA Kingdom Hall, Britt Kiwd for every age The pastor will speak
on the subject God's PurposeIn
Broken Sixes and Styles Presbyterian Youth and Adult' Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic History," during the morning U
Retreat was held at the Conference Ministry School; 8:30 pm., serve worship service at 11 Training
I Center in Lake Placid 0 n ice meeting, theme: "Godly Reproof Union begins at 6:30: pm. The
Reg. $3.95 Reg. $5.95 Reg. $9.95 Reg. $13.95 Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12-13. for Christians." adults will continue their study

The senior high group attending Sunday! 4pm", 'public discourseby : of Baptists' mission work in Amer
Included: Rachel and Bobby Fen- A I. Maui. 'What is Gods ica. The pastor has been preach ON ALL GILLETTE EXECUTIVE TIRES
ton Judy Harris Donna Koater, View of Image Worship 5:15pm ing a series of sermons based on
*2. :3. 5. $ 7. Uiula Hall, Wendy Hauensteln, ., Bible study with aid I of the Epistle of Romans during the
Mike Littman, Ricky Rhodes, Watchtower, theme: "Love Never evening worship service at 7.45.:
Gregg Hall, and Kenneth Tate) Fails." His evening message will be basedon New Car Original Equipment Quality
Families attending Included Anita, Tuesday, 7:30p: m., Bible study, chapter 10. A nursery i* provided
Frank and Andy Derek Mr. and theme: "Zion i Clashes With Ba for infants during all of the lIqk Your Choice
Mrs Jack Nethers, Brian, Bruce bylon. services.:
and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Assemble at Kingdom Hall for I The "Sunday School Preparation .
Fenton, Mr. and Mrs Irving participation in field ministry: Saturday Week" will continue Monday, ( TYREX
Rhodes and Larry, Mrs Robert and Sunday, 9:15: am. Tuesday and Wednesday, from :; OR NYLON
Tat! and Bruce, Mrs. Edwin Hau- 7:30: to 9 p.m. at the church.

enstein. Mrs. Mable Hancock, Rev SALERNO SOUTHERN First" Line, Not Seconds: n sms, ? i sNot
and Mrs. Malcolm Harris, and METHODIST St. JOSEPH CATHOLIC .
Mrt. Jack Weber Lynn and Beth. Cllana'c. -
Discussions for youth were heldon Wednesday: 7 p.m., choir practice The weekday Masses Monday IN WRITING TO WEAR
"Youth Problems" ; 7:30: p.m. the midweek prayer through Friday will be at 8:30: 4..U Ply 30 MONTHS
\ "Prayer, -25,000 MILESTUBELESS
W and "The Bible Spenks." The meeting and Bible study will a.m. and on Saturday at 7:30 am Not Two Ply h..d '.
adults held discussions on the be held Wednesday Friday and Saturdayof :::. =,,...M.1.. '.W..b.., N4 (c::'=
Rev. Lynn Corbett the the week are Ember: = "".
subjects: "Marriage Problems" and president : Days. ":.: x.000 _IIN ::.1.u.r..W N
of the i Religion classes Catholic BUDGET TERMS IP' t4N. ..
Southern Methodist tor m00/e70.11
"Pa nt.'hlld Relationships. Lest .. /........ ... .....W..... IrNN All_
10vyJ denomination will be the speaker students attending high school are w ..... fwd N ,.....
r. REDEEMER! : LUTHER IN at the 9:30: am. worship service held on Mondays from 7 to 8 ..NEV.PY .
Worship services every Sunday \'fl are honored to have Rev. Corbett p.m. and for elementary school
morning at 10:30 with Bible classes in this area and in our church.H. students on Saturdays from 9:30to :
preceding at 9.15 am. Pastor is a man who loves the Lord, 11:30: a.m.
Donald Schroeder't sermon topic and "contends for the faith which A bake tale will be held after
next Sunday will be "The Christian was once delivered unto the all Manes on Sunday, Sept. 20.(
Family." saints." Sunday school will followat The St. Joseph Guild is collectIng %aiefr 600 x 13 13.94 900/950x14: $2329
Commencing' in October t 1045.: Fpworth League will meet trading stamps for its annual
deemer will nave two rl" 1 at 6:30: p.m.. The pastor, Rev bazaar. There will be a box for 650 x 13 14.98 640/650x15 1354
morning services, the first at 8 Charles O Bennett, will bring the them at the church door. Use ysur aajor all
Y t td1 am and the second at 10:30: a.m. message at the 7:30( p.m. service. The ladies of St. Joseph Parish \1 OS company credit c H aadV1 700 13 16.02 670
Bible class and Sunday school will The Youth Group of the Fp. will make their annual retreat at **" dtprtm store credit x x 15 . 1459
be st the usual hour, 9:15: am. worth League is in charge of the the Ccnacle House in Lantana on I aablhlh c'am'
Each: day this week, Pastor cottage prayer meetings which will the weekend of Nov. 68. Catholics WEEKLY w.: 750x14800x14. 17.07 710 x 15 . 16.00
Schroeder conducts morning de- I be heW Stpl. 18, IV. 21 I and 22. and! non-Catholics are invited.
da On. rack of votlona on WS1U at 7.45 am. Doug \V itham, Gale Knight" VickieStubblefield Anyone interested may call Mrs. 18.10 760 x 15. 18.80
On Tuesday evening the Fall !, and Brenda Bennett Edward Klntella 287-4765 or Mrs.
summer dresses.sueh.cb Adult Evening Bible class will beheld I will be the devotional leaders for Philip Schratwicscr 2874538. WHEEL 850 x 11. 20.17 800/820x15: 21.51ALIGNMENT
a d at 730.: and every Tuesday. the respective nights.On A board meeting of the East
deydmns spies. evening thereafter in the church. Monday night Svpt. 21, the Coast Deanery, Miami Diocesan
1 On Wednesday evening Sunday! Victory Circle will, meet in the Council of Catholic Women will I TUBE TYPES
t I 20Blakely's school training class is held at a home of Mrs. Ronald Plyler in be held! at West Paint Beach on ,
t Coral Gardens. Thursday, Sept. 17 Anyone interested BY EXPERT FACTORY
pmThe church Is open every day Rev. Jack Manly will be the in attending may call Mrs. TRAINED MECHANICS< .0/650 X. . . . $11 9- r'

from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for nie ita- speaker at our Missionary Revival Edward Kmsella 287-4765.
lion and prayer Sept. 23-27 670x15 . . . . . 13.211

ALL, SAIVTS EPISCOPAL: UNITED CHURCH. OF CHRIST Stuart $4.88Adjurf 710x15 .. . . . . 14.951
JriM a Beach (Congregational Palm City) Thursday Sept 17. 7:30 am.

Thursday, Sept I 17: 10 am.. The Church Bible school is again Holy Eucharist 10 am.. Holy Eucharist raM, adut| csMaber.adjuM 760x15 . . . . . 16.72
Holy Communion. Intention: "For In full session each Sunday mornng : 10:30: am.., Episcopal .... adj'"4 toXMt,

the Altar Guild M mben." Altar at 9.45: under the supervision Churchwomen general nwetus tot storing.Cw 800/820x15. . . . 19.92;
Guild meeting followv of Judwn Minear with nursery The Rev. Arthur A. Smith will IW. SUd" HI W
Friday, Sept. 1 II. Ember Day: and classes for all ages. be the speaker Luncheon at 12 I
6am. Holy! Communion. mien- The guest< preacher at the 11 I I noon, hostess Mrs. J. B. .
k .... ,... T.. etje %. *S.M"o CXCHANCJ "tt *SA Y
tion: "Vocations to the Priesihood." o'clock worship service will be the Saturday. Sept 19, Fruicr'l i j"' u" Ti ii w. mat .... *. .id KM .' f...*Jf. ...w.r. '' ".::.=
tttifm sal IS* TM r*>* .it M M
Saturday, Sept. 19 Ember Day: Rev. William E. Wilson\ of Fort acoIypnoti.e.. M m *NO MOUNT1N6 cHArea.OPPOSITE .
7 a.m. Haty Communion. Intention Men. AU member and friends Sunday. Sept 20 : am. _s M M M Yrs.
: "The Student Entering Our are urged to be present by the Holy Eucharist 9 a.m., morning
Seminaries. Pulpit Commute so that a choice waver and Sunday school; 11 am. P ANSWER imH "TiRl CO,
The seventeenth Sunday after may N made soon for a new permanent Holy Eucharist and sermon.
Trinity, Sept. 20: 7:30: ..m., Holy pastor.aJL. Mondiy. Sept 21 Saint Matthew
Fort Pierce Communion 9 a.m., morning h e weekly morning prayer apo" ,tle and evan (11It. 7.30 LINDSLEY LUMBER
rayer-Holy Communion, summer will be beta. on Friday a m, Hcry Eucharist; lo B-nx, Holy
cburch: school. morning at 10 o'clock at the homeof Eucharut
Prestige at Popular Prices There will be no 7 am. Holy Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baker.
Communion service on Tuesday The i service" is for both men and New evidence points *) the U.S. HWY. 1. FT. PIERCEa.A
120 N. 2ND SITtEET, OPEN MONOVY MGHf TIL > Sept 22, as the rector will be awayat women of the community. Rev. Fact that the genetic code of hfeis ,
annual Clergy Conference at I. V.iUuua\ Mnou will be t a universally; the WInO u all >-
Camp Wagmann.. charge ill, thiJIas.

Ug L I

f 1 I


But One Lizard Found Air Travel Fatal THE STUART (Hernia) NEWSThursday.
677 Register at September( 17, 1964 1-B

Junior College ION II ...... IlL
and Lizards Arrive
Yur Snakes Eight Reparation of student in the Thentioa .is up 23.6 per
college credit program at Indian cent over J 196)
River Junior College" has been
completed, showing a final enrollment .
1rf 1 From California for Florida Students figure of 677 SPOT SURVEY COMING
A I breakdown oy counties. Indicate IN IMDIANTOWN AREAA
un enrollment of 379 from State Department of Education -
St. tumor I : 147 from Indian River, survey team will be in Martin
+ t SpecimensIn eillhl)-\nc from Martin; and fitly County Sept 25 for & spot
from Okeechohee: other Florida survey of the school i in the In-
counties UK, out-of.state eight, and dianiown area
t --
ExchangeFor 11I11I ----- +

I' fie Beautiful for Fall
Our Own'By
I With a New Style from


IIi! Two feed sacks and a few anvil 4 PARK PLAZA
I cardboard boxes wrapped in
brown paper, carried a strange BEAUTY SALON
cargo by air mail from Californiato
Mania County Senior High l 317 W. OCEAN CL\>, AT 7-2831
last week.
The package had no air holes,
jr but bore the handwritten admonition BVHBVRA IIUM.RRtCmiOMSh ;

""Harmless live reptiles : 1j: __ : : .BMIU: IIVKIMMCKYour :
fragile and it delivered safely
to their destination seven snakes. ..-.-.. -- ..
and eight lizards. One long tailedbrush
lizard failed I the f." .< ..., ..
to survive ,.. > ., .. w. doctor's instructionsare
Journey.The I, ": :: ,. '" 1'10' I'
shipment the second
was \
the first arrived about a year ago CEITING: 10 KNOW' the chmatorlum at Martin County Senior High are a bunch of lizards recently in good hands hereOur
from Colorado-received by the arrived from California on a biological exchange program, They include fringe-toed, western hence,
rwp local school since George Ren- whip-tailed alligator und baby chuckwalU varieties.
wick, a member of the MCSH science registered pharmackte. are trained and experienced In. the
_.._ .
became founding --- -----
department a ---- --
filling! sot jour prescription exactly r the doctor ordered. II
member of the This Specimen Exchange ., Currently. Martin County High frogs loads, li/arda and turtk.1 tout wishing anyone to lake any then h any question .In our mind _e will contact jour doctor
: Program.
which is expanding rapidly thatit science department accommodates One pair of rattlers taken to Alabama chances with poisonous mottles directly fur Inotruilluns.
has difficulty in maintaining. an between thirty and forty aaMOrtedsnakes College I by George Yarborothis they're not all that keen on handling )\
and as many lizards, toads summer presented the college . '
Includes them IheniMrlvei r I' rsxrQ
roll. wr
i up-to-date membership and turtles. ; they ; ,} 'I"' :'"r ?
with eleven ones shortly aft
member from all parts of young would like the opportunity of collecting -
the United Stales and several other -' Fossils and living and! pressed er arrival I 1 tiny harmless reptiles or
countries: including France: and plant materials are also included The MCSH science faculty is amphihmna captured by the public -
the Philippines exchange! programs! particularly interested in conservation 1 hey cant guarantee instant
Renwick has sent one shipment i John Foe 1963 MCSH graduate and want to elo anything response, but a phone call to the
of Martin County reptiles and now studying science at Johns it can lo help in that field \Vith- school: would at least give them
amphibians to Colorado, and will Hopkins! University Baltimore, an opportunity of Irving lo I arrange
"'i' shortly be another to Md, will soon be supplying hw : collection: Since! : Robert dMl/orV ;
/! California He dispatching and his colleagues alma mater wtih specimens troin KMRIKS INIIF: I : (Crowder student ct'llnclpr'i.\ .
: the C.LI-MS; : 10 WORKSHOP dent of the of left,
Roberts and Yarboro, Chesapeake Bay area. class: 63 there
Ray George
: .1., whom The recent shipment from NVil- Business hll n't .been II real snuke,handling)
.:J-P'' .. c all of have taken summer I men women ictre-
: : ; courses at Alabama College Mon- hunt Walls, a biology teacher at torues-do not miss' this opportunity enthusiast at MCSH, llowtver i
tcvallo Ala, have alto given that Watsonville! ) Calif., included the to sec the latest in office equipment I the faculty trio says It working itI.i
K ." ,. : : ". 1\ institution a fine representative following snakes: two bull three supplies, hear interesting hard to overcome the handicap.
.t "' Roberts and Renwick each have
"" ,, collection garter a western racer and a western speakers and enjoy good food The
...., .:::: !.i Six Martin County snakes have ring 'Ck. The lizard group included National Secretaries Association Ihree sons and Yarboro has Iwo.
three alligators, two western is 'be held Out of these eight there should t beat
also been to
AIR l\UIL CARGO George Renwick, science instructor at Mar. sent to Port Huron Workshop Saturday .
fence a fringed toed, a whip- front 9 J least one snake-handler they POUR RLXAIL STORE
tin County Senior High, exhibits two snakes which were of Mich., and at present MCSH science Sept 26. a.m through
part ht
tailed and a baby chuekwalla >pe
instructors and students are 'p.m. Register now Call or He
an air mail shipment which arrived at the school last week from STUART DRUG CORP.
collecting for shipment to 11 marine Local specimens shipped! away Virginia Veazie 70) Osceola -
California in the package u Renwick' feet That coiled aroundhis aquarium at Rock Hand include corn, garter pine, ribbon Street phone 287-5083. after 5:30( United! Stales housewives spend
right arm is a bull snake, a member of the constrictor family; hermit crabs, praying mantises, water, coraland pygmy rattlers pm. or call: Ivy Murton at 287- more than $IOOtltlon) () ) a year to OPI'OII I'I1 R. R. STATION STUART 217-1121
that in his left hand a red-eidcd garter snake. southern millipedes and ant lion. among the snake family plus 1222:! or 2H74HM.1() ) buy cleaning agent for ovens

i I Team Work--- .d

!I 1 1i III ,

i tF"'if; ;;," i '-... .',. .
: .. ""' : : ., ., .
o ; ,

I +' g {. ;' 1i
irrr : rt
: ,.
; i "r
: '
." .. .. .. /t.: M. ,
.t. .. ,.
<'))'. .. .. .
.. '
.. .. .. < .Q; !lA" .. '
.. .. ; ; .
; ;- '
.. ... .. "iG. \"

...W.. ... .., 'I. .. ,. ... ..,., ... '
I : : .. .. : ...
;:I .. ",
,. .. .
i .' ... '
_: eft
r) '.k' ... .. .
+ :

MYtIII .n1f .. a..

.-' _


.Y y tY r We would like to say "Good Luck Tigers", the Band, CheerLeaders

Majorettes and Student Body of Martin County ,

High School. We hope you have a successful year -.

I 'Sdi ,

These students have learned curly In life to work together, to
plan und to execute those! plans. We may all gain u little from >t '

1v k4 # their cntusiasm! and apply it to our everyday life. .)

1)) !
We at FIRST NATIONAL HANK pride ourselves cm

our teamwork, our sincerity: to serve you in every financial

.A44 yi M tI way ps ible. It is up to all of us to make Martin County an ,

attractive place for these students to live.Ve also feel it is '.

.. the rcspomihilty of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK and

others to set a good example. '



1 ,,; --




f. <1.;' Your.. Full Service' Bank Serving Martin County for peer 31 Yean'{J\i\ -' erees+

,:' We arc a home owned home operated financial institutioni" :

1'fL\!'..... ,"'' "'''' '' ,,,.- --"'" ,." '' ':1 _'''''' 1f1Ot-! ,.....,...... I>>.""'"
l 'p p. 1 4 IN PUERTO RICO I
NEt'S1swreassasrewwwwnw PORT SALERNO NEWS
Valmore Brown, who is studying SOCIETY Broward

Get Acquainted to enter the Peace Corps phoned I MRS. MARY BROWN, Correspondent AT 7.299f

Party Was Held his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. ...
) .r '5r.\ ousa'v "/pr__ '1iI ,.. .
p !}rown, from t the Miami 1 import .. .. -
The Epsilon Zeta Chapter of t ,this past weekend. on .1 Stopover t 1 ; .. ." .. ? PTA' The mi meeting of the PTA
Beta Sigma Phi sponsored a "GetAcquainted" en route from (Thing{ IdPonce ;: Salerno I will be held the first Thursday. in
party for prospective dc Leon, San Purtc Puerto Octobqf. All parents are invitee
members at the home ot Mr and Rico where he will continue his Held Meet 'I to attend
Mrs ROIMW Nelson; last Fhunday studies He 'has just completed' : 'i
The table was decorated with course at Notre: Dame Unisersus SURPRISE FAREWELL AT 74737
yellow rows. the sorority flower. The Puerto Rican training is I the I The Port Salerno Elementary PARTY 47 E. OCEAN BLVD.
The sorority scrapbooks of past last phase and, following its mmpletion Parent Teacher Association beK' Mrs. Ma.feline Pafenm. was MON. THRU SAT. WO AJM. 1U9 P.M.
year were (there for the guests to Valmore plans to visit herewith L its first martini of the new schop I II honored with a surprise farewel OPEN .
browse through. Rcfretrrients! his folks in OctoberDIVISION'S i year (taut TnUtiday evening in Die party last Monday\ Sent. 7 at (he OPEN SUNDAY a A.M. T- M-
were served and enleffhmment' followed school cafeteria. home of Mrs. J Rose Quigley. Martin Co
Store in ,
Prizea were awarded toM PASTPRESIDENT I I Most! Complete Drug
Mrs Dorothy Mite aftcr -
,... i.-r ; presided Mrs Pedersen has accepted a
Frank Torow, Mrs. Fred : I ,,' hung appointed by
president position u house mother at the
Burke and Mrs. Mike Green
Dens of St Pet Ithe cvccuUv committee
Mr* Virginia Southern Methodist College
the I Invitations and were their* extended husbands, for to enburg. who I is the former division ; ,,:' i: (' : Mrs. Bottye Rogers, vice: president Ora lliebur S. C She was pre-
the September guests social It will be a president, will be in attend. 1; r I and program chairman gave scntea) with several lovely gifts and r
swim party at the 'home of Mr. an'c for the National SecretariesAssociation t": I a tentative program for the coming best! wishes for it joyful stay.
md Mrs Dale Hudson workshop. Saturday mcetina: as follows: Those present were Mrs. Peggy
Guests attending the party were Sept. 26. I October, Looking In On Homework Osborn, Mrs. Morris Kent. Mrs.
Mrs. Joyce Moton, Mrs. Lee Roll, At present there are four of the ( ," November, 'Fuel for Our Merrill Mrs. Trula Osborn Mrs.J. .
Mrs Art Pittman, Mrs Rick Carroll five division officers planning to Fuiuix Adults;" December P. Wilbar, Mrs James Black,
Mrs Carl Schramm Mr. be in attendance.Mr. mums Together," JanuaryI'cLhoiquc Mrs. Winnie Thompson Mrs June
Jim Anthony, Mrs. Mosely Col- t 'r la Teaching;"' February Bennett Mr. Pat Bowen MrsEthel .
line and Mrs Fred Bell. and Mrs Edward B Tar Se. l Review Our Past, Renew Our Moore Mrs. Helen Saun-
see. River View Drive, have returned Future; March 'Father's Nigh derson Mrs. Mark Witham Mrs.
There are sixty-seven bridge from Elgin 111, where they (Family Fun)," April, Guiding Rosemary Stevenson, Mrs. Ann
crossing\ over water in New York attended the wedding of Mrs I ITarver' Our Children's Growth," and May, Woodson' and Mrs. Rose Quigley
t'itv. sonJOHNS I Our Children's Art," and! installation
I A membership drive will be< SET OR SFPT. 23-27
started shortly for all parents and The Port Salerno Southern
citizens in the community for Methodist Church will be holding M
FUNERAL HOME I members in PTA. a Missionary Conference Sept. 23
II I Mrs J. C Lester, Lester Addition 17.
near Port Salerno, donated a Guest speaker will be Rev Jack
large World Atlas to the libraryat Maply missionary of New Guinea
the school )Rev. Manly has been home 0 n
Founded 1916 I Walter Peterson! principal of the! (furlough for a year and is waiting
school, gave several announcements to return to New Guinea COME IN TO
of interest to the parents.
School is now being dismissed CHIT CHATS / BROWARD DRUGSTORE
t ,. ; 1
I at 2.35 p.m. for all bus children
Experienced personnel and and children being picked up by Captain and Mrs. Harry Reidel FOR DETAILS ON
I their parents in cars. This is used" and daughter, Jean, returned on
f facilities, to accommodate as a safety procedure for t the Thursday to their home after HOW TO WIN WITH
I walking children" who are dismissed spending a threemontlvacation
.. at 2:43 p.m. with friends and relatives in Babylon LU 'JUMBO JACK'II
families of all faiths All bicycle students were askedto Long Island N Y. While
and Mrs. Richard E Shcats Jr. of Cocoa form. COUPONSIUOOWONDERFULPKtfES
) Mr.
f GAGEJ see Mrs Jean Stone, safety there they spent a few days enjoying -
erly of Port Salerno, announce the engagement of their daughter, chairman and patrol leader, for a the beautiful country near
Clarice Essie to James W Simmons, son of Mr, and Mrs H. W pamphlet pn safety rules for bicycle Bangor, Westly and Lincolnville, ,
Simmons Locks Road, Stuart A June wedding is planned riders Children are not to Me
be on the school grounds until I ]
-- --
--- after 730: a.m., when they will
I u uIt. RADIO HAMS MEET I DAUCiriTR: IS BORN then be under supervision of a I CARD OF TIIANKS
The Martin County Amateur 10 KONRAD, BOBINSKIS teacher.Mr. Mr and Mrs. John Radman,
'- Radio Club will meet Thursday, Mr and Mrs. Konrad Bobinski Peterson also announced Mimosa Drive, Hibiscus Park, wishto
Sept. 17, at 7:30: p.m., in the care- announce the birth of a daughter, physical' the education second will be this extended !- express their thanks to every-
taker at St. Joseph Academy to grade year one for their cards, letters and
C. Johns & Ronald II. Johns Visitors cottage are welcome. Brenda Sue, weight six pounds, I for all boys and girls acts of kindness during Mrs. Rad-
fourteen ounces!, born Sept. II at Mr. Peterson introduced all the man's recent illness and in
LICENSED. FUNERAL DIRECTORS! the Fort Pierce Memorial Hos teachers for the Port Salerno West Beach stay. a
Mr. and Mrs Maurice D Hart- pital. Paternal grandparent of school area Each was given a flOIIpital.tL. COSTUMEDJEWtiW
1012 INDfANTtMyN\ ROAD man of North River Shores are Brenda Sue are Mr. and Mrs small gift from Mrs. Vicki Pro.k, .
celebrating their fiftieth wedding Wilbur Clans of Rio. hospitality chairman
STUART. WmiDA AT 7.3434 anniversary with their children in The teachers are as follows:
Havertown, Pa. ADULT FDUCATIOSCLASSES Mrs Dorothy Hacgy and Mrs -amll\T.\
OPEN I1 ORENROLLMJNT Frances Oliver, first grade, MrsRosette .... >1M>tilirrarrrYaaMal
w nUlJs. ewnIIKIt11 Fritz and Mrs Leta Keith, :
'' I ,, second grade; Mrs. Carol Schwarz.
: 4 w' ..
r y Adult Education classes have third grade; Mrs Frances Palm,
y started at the Port Salerno Elementary fourth grade: Rae Warp, fifth foam Rubber 4 Upholstering
M School. Everyone interested grade; Walter Peterson, sixth I TOLEY; ENGEBRETSEN I
.tiEa in this program can still regIster grade Mr. and! Mrs Fred Capanna MANAGER
r by calling b P. Horton AT custodians; Mrs. Lucille Howard SALERNOShipyard
P 7-2107 or the school office AT 7- cafeteria manager; Mrs. Jay

rS', 2467. fowe as her assistant, and1Mn. Inc. ....
CTaiWif will' fielic1j! on any uEtject Ikttye Rogers : ATIoaIie .r.'t'IAL. !.*., *T MMT
) that five or more persons have duced from the Pioneer School ?
enrolled for and which do pot were Adele Sal iha and! Mrs, Jean-
require special equipment, such ette Renwlck, substituting' for Mrs. aoaseslYu lAa CIIVlt7
as! etc Burkett who Is now on tick leave
Mr Horton: would like to sees Mrs Vicki Prosk, County Coun- ,
ifh large turnout for this program cil: president!, announced that there I I trl eI \ aseti
will be t 'School of Instruction"for
all new PTA officers to be held
CIVIC ASSOCIATION Sept. 21, 730: pm. at the Junior
.f' MEETS SUM.' 17 High School. All PTAs of the JACK'S GULF
The Port Salerno Civic Association county are asked to come and
will hold its monthly pot- take part In this Instructional program STATIONAll SPICEREGULAR100ANi7 4
luck supper Thursday. Sept. 17, 6 Anyone not connected: with OLD
p,m. at the civic: center. Bring your PTA i is also welcome to attend. Serr"e} Guarantee
I covered dish and come to enjoy I Refreshments were served to lack Smmdenon, Onset '
". Ian evenmg.of fellowship. Film I parents and faculty by Mrs. Peggy AlA Port falerao. "AT 7-2021 j'

't- I entertainment_u_ n will he presented! \I Oshorn and Mrs. June Bennett COLOR TINT. ,HAIR by COLORA9

::: SHAVE CREAM 671-



: r .< RF.'t\(.o 2Ft

LONG / t t', '

.. '* ..t.
'D 14'119MYADEC
., \ '1)) ,
\! "

LINE t J' '" .: <. .'.' .... ,. == 00'S3REGE7,19 4'69'

b ;' ( >\ !
OF" \
: > \ '
!.:) ". : ,. J ,'. f fv 55 ]
,.. f..., '-' ;. Ask about [COLGATEBfflSffl g }


.1 '.' our low-cost .

workpowerTRUCKS ,'t Y 1' Mortgage FlashBuIb r2"ti REG! 1.7999

I ':. \ ; tr r Financing plan.

( { t
FOR'65 'f{ \\'tl; STRj-DK R ULAR 98* 71e

> .
Man mottftt,coon "grIN" the best In 4- and C-cyITnd, V8 and : BBHBL

Chary worltpowirl diesel tough truck engine .,
anon |11\ all including. 4 new lower cost
The long strong (Ins of Chevy trucks dltiels. Here's the huskiest bunchof ALL ELECTRICIFANS
for '69 Is rolling In with miles of new ,haulers that ever came looking I: OMMUNITYEDERAL
working equipment Like that hand. for WorM
some fleetslde pickup that leads the) Our word for all |hf. Is porfoower.
pack.. one of the 18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes s truck e
In the line this year. Ml Buck\ A hard-nosed money-saver.
Further along you'll find economical 'Yes, workpower' here and Chevy's AVINGS
Chv -Van.,a wide selection of walk. got It, In such a variety of types and .
hi)Vans, I choice of big trucks sites that picking the best truck for .* LOAN ASSOCIATION
more bigger componentstrucksbuilt your Job wilt be easier than It's ever :. RKten Bock, Florida{
to M your business and budget been before. If you're h' the market< ; OH
And under those hoods you'll tied ll1at'et Iq)touca l with your dealer. *. nfl JUPITER OfFICI 25%

tit North AhtnuH. '
. Telephone your ChtvnM' cW *t ovl an y Type cftrvctc I 7.6 AlA, .
) 11
-- r. r r rr. r r ... wHat' 1\\t11A\\
Pat J Snow. l
1111 Mgr: HURWl2B ,

_iliGreene Chevrolet Company e



,mil WIMI sTaMrs 341,. Pkg. Fresh Iran
With nt. ( ROI. ND BEF F Fi"
---, (,and September 17. 1I, 19
'1- 10,000 GOLD BOND Ii 1lglNlflillllllllfff
GOLD i! "" NI1lglllii iili lli'ilfl' Ii911 ffilgil
.......... STAMPS e'M
Nt+ nw BROOM or MOP
C'"'" ..
S Good September 17 1 IA 19 r:
R m llllllllhillll1lllllJr11IllrllllIllllIOIHh1IJllhJIrllllIll; lIil!

; It t\4\ FRESH, ICED Quality in Merchandise and Service, plus Outstanding Savings! is glllllllllllllllllillillllililllllllll111111111181111lilII I
what )ou get! when S*ou shop at KINDRKD'S Your Friendly) GOLD BOND m
COFFEE 1 Store. Stop in TODAY and take advantage! of{ this week's (foou onto ., STAMPS
29 C \ bargains plus FREE: GOLD! ) BOND STAMPS. STAMPS / WITM v v PURCHAS8 OP
RINGS Can of "OFF"
LEAN WESTERN, RIB HALF CNM;; Insect Repellent, ,
Good September 17 IK 19
c N1lIIIlllllll1HrIi mm II HIr1I1 illllllfllllf IJ1Illflllll
Illllllli llllCllhI qll11411q!illllllllllillll111111111L! :

,A LOIN HALF >lb. 49FRFSII 300 Size
With n"NOTIIi00h. ? PAPKRGood
M XM twr. September IT, II. 19 _
FRFSII WESTERN.SUCTDQUARTER IIIIIIIPII( IIIiIi11I>tilllillillillilllllllllllllllllllfll lliIlfli( t

PORK LOIN 59c "Illllilliilllllllllllllllllllllflllillllilllllllllllllill llll

: / : .\OUNG SHAIR EAGLE: 5 IXr1A todrCOiDJOMDiftm /

HEN TURKEYS Ib.3'geI.FAN "AMPS wt,. 20-GhlIon* Galnni7cdGAfinAGB CAN:

("'r'e Goal Srplrmlwr 17, II. 19
iiiiiiiiiiiii! ( IflllllilllililllOlilI
..' ,- PORK CHOPS ,lb. 79c SAUSAGE i ltD. ROll 39 '"Ilillllililll! 1IllliIIIINIIIIII II

CHOPS lb. 69c l t, a l u. s. CHOICE NATION: LAZY AGED BO HAS: ROIIFD ''occr 'Ul *, ("lImnH.I'US' : : Ul\ Af.; 'n EXTRA a'E?1 yv+GOLDBOND
SHOULDER ROAST ib. 89' Chuck Stcalc lb. 59c'filt' Rubber Floormat
This" Gad ScHfmlMr 17, IS, 19Cwod
w'*:.. PILKSBURY IIIlIIlIill !I lillll i Ill Illlllllllllllll
,, XINEI.L .'. fLOUR 5 >I.! bag 49'FR MIMIIK M\ll OZEN IRO/tN: FOODS ? Ili ill)_ __ Ilillillill!
COFFEE E TISSUE 6 Rolls 69c PEACH or PIE EACH 29c sTAM/1 Any Gallon MILK Jug

i SIlt'RUNt i ,. c..i aud Sups 17, Ii, 19
Peanut Butter QT.JAR 59 SiNNERS 2 For SSe ;III llgglll qlfilIllilglllllglqllllllllllqllll3 q
CARRIAGE(1 VI GR'Ut"II.ltJI: \ : HOHIDA flCYlill "UHU_____

1 /A 9 C EGGS DO!. 4 3 C Sandwich r.\NlRYM\m Bags PKG. OF 30 5eKH

Can .




FRESH : 1 99cv
.1.NS: :
""" 24 PL 3 5 e l
_-=- 3 FOR $1

Cantaloupes 4 Fm SI 5 C ntsirLRUNf.) 9ge LTIIJfY *V "sI KA

: tRtirCOCKTAH.: (Mp $
Cucumbers 3 FOR 19 c A"'f1". $ !lUOR1f'I'GFA"CVVlUOW / :

41.) 8ge

Onions 3bba| 19 MILRtlNC. MILK GAS'rn 1A.or.MLEStAErT e +:


Peppers 3 FOR 15,c 'tAtrs $- 2 FOR 33 1 :

Of T1IK SKAClltNK "' I 1 1

: 3 lb. bag 31 Y SF'iE' l9c RES. SIX 35C .

ctaiDEN RIFTBananas .LrLnran A CTI VMIR

CAT FOOD AJAX Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 tun. to 6:30 pjn. '
ib., 1 0 '
c 2. tS29c.. 233c; Friday sun. to 9 pjn Saturday 8 fljn. to 7 pan. ,\

-.J -

1:R nlE STUART (n..) "NEWS'- : Thorwlay Sei,> cini) 'r IT. 1964 I Former Washington Manager of/ U.P.L I I MARTIN HOSPITAL MEMORIAL I Monday Night.Sept.jlBicounty

Butha-Mr. and Mrs. Earl RusMd -
.. a dsstwhter... Sept. 9; Mr. andMrs.Gregory Council
Lyle' and Margaret Wilson Are a daughter

SOCIETY NEWS Sept. 12; Mr. sad Mrs Charles
Jonee a daughter Sept 13.

Sept 8-AdmKted, Mrs. Earl PTA Will Meet
n New Residents Sewalls PointNew RuMeil. George Davis, Mary Of

Connor. George Meyer. John ...
Colonel Graves Is Honored Seward Clifton. Bownds, Alfred the finance sate hale sad school .
residents of Martin County I In his Washington career, Wilson Julius Frandaw succeed himas Ferguson Ruth Weston Charles' The Si-county Council of rc.Iadonsmps
I are Lyle and Margaret Wilson covered the Embaisy! beat Washington Manager of U.PI. Quanman, and Patricia Sloan; dir Parent Teacher Association lm5
At 517th Paratroop Reunion'Colonel of Washington D. C? who plan the State Department, the White "1 fell for Stuart fifteen year charged: Dessie Davis, Warren scheduled a school of instructionfor Mrs. Vicky Pr0tk County t 011".
soon to move into a new home House, the Senate and has worked I ago on my tint glimpse south- Phinney Jr.. Orval Cheatham and Monday, Sept. 21, at 7:30: ail! president, may be contacted dr
the Heart constructed for them by Frank in the press box of every national hound tor Miami by car:' he said Mr*. Herman Johnson f.m. in the science room of Mar 287-2085 if further details ore
Rupert Graves, who Leaf Cluster and Purple
Forsbcrg near the tip of Sewalls convention for forn year. Margaret also knew and liked Sept Admitted.. Gregory tin County Senior High School on desired
resides, with Mrs Graves at 651 1 The 517th Paratrooper. which Point. his last being the Democratic shindig tht III ,i to Stuart was a natur Johnson Kelly Dyke Alex Lyp, Indiantown Road.

Overlook Drive, Stuart and teaches/ received the Presidential Distinguished Wilson has relinquished his administrative I i at Atlantic Cm al t t.'r. n We arc here tor keeps." and Annie Carnelk discharged, : All incoming officer, chairmenand
mathematics at Indian River Junior Unit Citation jumped in responsibilities a* gen Clothilde Thompson, Mrs. Ralph interested PTA members are
College. Fort Pierce was hon. advance of the seaborne invasion eral Washington manager and vice I Gregory, Celia Cazort and John invited to attend to learn more
ored at a reunion of his Army workings.
about PTA and its
forces of the Seventh Army in president of United Press International Seward.
unit at Raleigh N. C., recently. I from St.
southern France under General but will continue to write Sept 10-Admitted, Wilford Many fine speaker
Colonel Craves commend. I and Palm
was H, 1944 The his "National Window" column Thomas Leroy Baker, Julius Graham LUCK Indian River .
of the Combat Patch on Aug. re School SuperIntendent with a new style
517th, and
er Paratroop Beach counties
three times a week Hansen, Charles
union wa on Aug IS twenty Ragnar
Team At the reunion, he was presented and Thomas Crook of Mar from lAMIIONLrTL
later.1T'. A native of Topeka, Kant- McCathcrn frank Saunders
years hand to
: with a beautiful embroidered tin County will be on
where coincidentally, he wa a Ellen Burrow; discharged Henry and
replica of the team insignia discus budget
; boyhood friend of Edwin A. Men- Miller, Lessie Starling Henry Zimmerman programming
A graduate of West Point, 1924, '' finger, Stuart Flowering Tree Ira Black George Meyers :
he served in World War II andin ,} Man,"'-Wilson joined United Robert Williams Gladys
the Korean Conflict and wa : .. ,..:- Press in London in 1922 a* a general Phmney, Warren Phmney, John N# a
decorated a number of times in r. Cooper and Mrs. Homer Coff- .
assignment reporter
both wars: Croix de Guerre. Avec ,.. ;< turned to the United i 1dI9'24 man
Palm Legion of Merit with Oak : ; 1 _
as night cable editor in the New Sept. 11-Admitted. Mildred 1
Leaf Cluster, Silver Star with Oak :
1)1 : .fl.' ""h York bureau. Crane Gertrude Schroeder, and I

: w His last New York assignment!! ? Courtney Swigart; discharged, Archie
', \ before coming to the Washington 45 Fields Robert Snyder Jane II

NOW! If,,"';',: bureau in 1927 wa* directing Unit. Wilson Annie Carncll William -
..: ed Pre i* coverage of Captain McCathern and Wilford Thontal.1! \
Charles A Undher '* flight from Sept. 12-Admitted.
The GREAT New York to Pans. lima Clarence Pfeiffer, Frederick I
Card He succeeded the late Raymond e Middlcton.!' Vernell Williams, Mrs. FashionetteBEAUTY
Greeting Clapper in 1933 as Washington i Ralph Gregory, and Virginia Snyder
manager and became a vice presi cow ; discharged Mildred Crane
dent pf the news service m 1954. Mary Antonellis Linda Brown ft SALON

SALEALL --- --- June Schlosscr Agnes! Laughlm Is
Alfred Ferguson Clifton Bownds, 607 COLORADO AVENUE!
Courtney Swigart. Mrs. Earl Russell STUART FLORIDA
CARDS Anna Miller and baby girl and Virginia OPEN MON thru SAT

Snyder. 7 JO a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Circle Met Sept 13-Admitted, Wanda MISS JUDY CILSOV, daughter M.VRIEWEIS, Owner
lOcEACH I Ahren, M. R. Montgomery Judy of Mr and Mrs. Stuart Oil-
EDWARD MfKUIIEN.Ion Schermer, Donald Ann Hudson Operator
JAMES: Roberts. Harry installed as
of Mr and Mrs C J. Me The first meeting of the Anna I Boehme Gordon Cooper, son, was recently of local DIAL 287-4999
Advisor the
Kuhcn is home on a fourteen- Miller Circle. Elk, for the fall and Louise I Champion and Mrs Worthy Ample Free Parking
First Come first Pkkiim duy leave following nine week winter season was held Sept 10 Charles Jones; discharged Ruth Order of. Rainbow for Girls
While They Last Lakes at the Elks Lodge after a two Weston, Florence Becker, Harry ---- -
STOCK tJl' ON ALL CARDS boot training at Great month summer recess Mrs. Dorothy Schermer. Phyllis Andrews, and
rOR ALL OCCASIONSVALENTINE'S III Front here hd will go to Hardy presided. Gregory Johnson. : 155051 AT 7.0755I

Key West to attend Sonur Electronic Two new members, Mr*. Charles Sept. 14-Admitted, Margaret
*' School for, nix month, Byers and Mr*. Frank Arguimbau Davis, Deloret Warren Margaret
then to New London, Conn. to were welcomed by the group MISS LINDA KAY MEACHUM McGumesa, Hubert Drache Gary

BOOK RECORD SHOP submarine school He graduated A letter was read from the King Fred Gatuch Edward Pro-
am EAST OCEAN BLVD. from Martin County High managing director of the Harry. Linda Meachum to Wed haska, Brenda Pugh Paul Mis-
Cl....4 All 0.. W.......... School in 1964 I Anna Crippled Children Home In pel and Eleanor Proper; discharged

__H _ ___ Umatilla. thanking the circle for I Mr*. Ralph Gregory and baby
financial assistance to the hospital I Joseph James St. Clair Jr. girl Freddie Smith Judy Roberts,
A letter also wa received from Leroy Baker, Alex Lvp Hilda
WE ARE the corresponding secretary of the Pflu g. Clarence Pfeiffer, and Located On Route 707,
Anna.Miller Circle in Homestead Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Talbert of Mr. St. Clair graduated from i Calvin DeLancy rOaalN /. Iw.giira Asia a a.
pertaining i to a workshop-confer Jensen Beach announce the engagement Port St. Joe high School and at.
ence to be held Oct 24, The ached I of their daughter, Unda tended Cincinnati College of Embalming !
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ule included a luncheon, fashion : Kay Meachum to Joseph JamesSt. He n presently! employedat HegerBrownWedding Largest Supply of Artists' Materials In Martin County
how, discussion of membership Clair Jr., Port St. Joe. Johns Funeral Home in Stuart. Is PICTURE FRAMING OLD PAINTINGS RESTORED
requirements, fundraising and Misa Meachum attended Mar The wedding will be in the near Set Over 35 Years of Experience
many other things ef mutual interest tin County High School future SaturdayThe
-- -'-- .- -- -.
KOBE SOUND The afternoon programwill wedding of Miss Patricia -

he followed in the evening I Diana Cabre Wed Elizabeth Heger and Larry Wayne
by a dinner Engaged to
Brown will take place this Saturday
ELECTRIC CO. The circle bowling league will I 4. i in',Jhe Redeemer
> P/n
...". .. begin Its ((964-65 scredute on Fall. .' LutHeran'. All friends of
IS) classes Thomas M. Ros&nthe
Tuesday, Sept. Knitting the couple are invited. .
Vec & Ted 'Chambers will be held the first and

to! KWe fourth Thursday at 7:30: p,m. The I I Mr. and Mr. Henry Cabre. lege Lakeland She is employedat Mrs D. P. DeBerry drove to ca
annual banquet will be held on Casa Terrace announce the engagement the First National Bank of Stu. New Smyrna on Sunday to visit
i Must Dispose of Thursday Oct. 8, at 7 pm and of their daughter, Mm her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. A
member are reminded to make Dana Cabre, to Thomas M. Rose art.Mr. Chilton She was accompanied by HOME MOpMERf
All Merchandise and reservations with Mr. Butkman I Stuart, son of Mr and Mr. M. Rose attended the Univer Mrs Fred Bcntel. who stopped off fay pW/y/ s saNA
AT 74019. N. Rose of Jacksonville shy of Florida and I it an insurance in Eau Gallie to visit her surfer,
'., Upon adjournment a social hour Mill Cabre Is a graduate of investigator for Retail Credit Company Mrs. Robert Gray DfAtl'AIt'r
Fixtures by October 1st wa held and refreshments were Martin County High School and in West Palm Beach. (I
I served by the 'hostesses of tht attended Florida Southern Col A fall wedding is planned. Mr and Mrs. Vernon G Doo-
month, Mrs Jerri Brook and little of Hillsdale N. J.. are the
Items Drastically Reduced Mrs, Mary DIugoleckL guests of Mr and Mrs Michael
Observance on Sunday, Sept. 27 Harkins PERSONAL COVERALL POLICY
Mr. and Mrs. John Arra are
Cash and Carry Only spending several weeks in New If you own your home, and are a preferred-risk
Mr and Mrs H Moore of Thor
York where will attend the driver, you can get complete protection on your
they VFW
Auxiliary DesignatesGold aid, Ontario, Can., has returned
n' wedding of granddaughter home fire extended coverage, household corvtent
their t to spend the winter at the Atlan
A 1 A Old Dixie I lobe Sound tic Court Apartments. and personal liability, plus your existing automobile -
( )
Following a summer stay in Star Mothers Day Date, insurance all In ONE Personal Cover-Ail
Norwalk, Ohio, Mr*. Laura Fogt New resident of Hibiscus Park Policy, at a saving! ,
DIAL 546-3271
I has returned to spend the winterat i who have home.there
her home on East Ocean Boule The Ladies Auxiliary of th.e" President Smith announced that are recently Mr and purchased Mrs. Harry See your "American" Agent tod.yl.
Veteran of Wars met Sunday. Sept. 27 wiU be Gold Star
vard. Foreign recently
Richards Mr. and Mrs. L.
the home Mothers Day. A short
-- at post program
111.: ::01 Miller and Mr and Mr*. Wor-
President Jennie Smith a was held commemorating Labor
gave ley Carier All are from different 620 Colorado Ave.
DIAL 287-0966
report on the District 3 meetingwhich Day. areas of Tennessee
held m Lake Park A Refreshments were erved by .
was I ---- --- ---- --- -- --- -- ----- ----
SUCTION CUP SOLES report was read on the department the hostesses, Helen Magcrme and r
convention held in Cocoa Beach Jean Moran. The next meeting

It wa voted to sponsor the Civil was scheduled! Wednesday, Sept. I

/ FULL CUSHION INSOLESTENNIS Air Patrol Cadets!, acting a* hostesses 16
once a month.

Katherine Keeling was appoint.ed PUBLIC SURVEYPLEASE :
"Sunshine and Happiness chair Boys Girls
nan Grace Hail was appointed '
MENS: 6Vi '1'0 12 "Poppy" chairman and Gladys MAIL COUPON IF INTERESTED:

a "' ti $ BOYS 2Vi 10 6 Almegord. Americanism chairman. Will SpeakTo
999 YOITIILS 11|| 10 2 I Helen Magerine way and
means chairman, announced that AuxiliaryThe Prominent Apartment Builder b Contemplating tontilrvctloa of a
a rummage sale will be /held in I
October, the date and rlato be I
announced. Auxiliary of Harold Johns MODERN APARTMENTIN
.t Post No. ft2 met Monday evening '
---- ---
at the Legion Hall with Mrs.
lJ Public Invited Theresa Brown presiding
/. .4 BoardTo Plans were nude! for the Oct STUARTON
By 1 meeting when member of the

Open House Bo)* and Girl State will be the THE BEAUTIFUL ST. LUCIE RIVERWould
feature speakers at a joint meeting
Martin County Library Association of the auxiliary and legion.
meeting Tuesday! announced Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Devida Tay
SHOES that the public is invited to an kit and Mrs Nellie Peuoni. mem- VIM be iBtermted .In U.Uf .b a sundaes brand ae" elevator apartmeat home

FOR open house at the library on Sun ben of the/ building committee for with ever* eoevealeace Air CMMiMoaed ami heated of count yew ow_ snarim. ,
GIRLS AND WOMEN: : s" Ut Your 2 day, Nov 21 the enlargement of the post home
so badly needed wonder if shuffle 'board, awla smug pool barbecue patio, etc. U )eu would be k'ere fed Urredag
Shoeolum"FORT A drive for new members a*
M/I.S: family well as renewal of exiting membership. might' have a building that is suck an apartment ptrw and coupon.

41010 i i. to be activated during being discarded! that might be donated -
November to this project They will be
PIERCE National Children Book Week' ,had to make arrangements to have THIS IS NtH AN AGRELMLNT TO RENT BUT YOU HILL BE

forty-sixth anniversary will be observed it moved. I GIVEN: rRJJERlNtlMILN: : PROJECT IS COMPLETED, IF DESIRED
y DOWNTOWN Flowers and card were sent by
New 1.7.
the group to Mrs Thelma Parks,
.;: II tHi SECOND: $r, Near Cor. ORANGE The Smokey Bear children' who Lauderdate
is a patient m the Fort - - - -
w'V'4. OPEN MON. A rRL NIGHTS party war well attended. .hospitalMr I
,k *. Florence Bullard. rehabilitation I BOX X STUAXf NEWS P. O. Roe 1047 Stuart tie. |I II

Following a visit with her par chairman announced it M
N, ?" ,;, ;;,1 SEARS SHOPPING: CENTER: : ents. Mr and Mrs. Charles: Clayton time for annual collection of the I I would be isrmted .1st rt.tia| ( ) EttMmy: ( ) Two led,.. I I

OPEN: t\iRY: : Mcirr EXCEPT SAT of Stypmann Boulevard. Mrs. i gifts for the Christmas Shop ( ) One BcdrwMi ( ) ruraUcd ( ) tJaJferahbtd. &UISHIMB

W Chisholm has returned to her These gifts, with others, are sent I ml $ .-..-_........ .-- I
home in ML Claire N. J. to vrteram hospitals unwrapped

Mrs. Margaret Cowan bu returned and free disabled of charge veterans from the choose selection gifts I NAIE .._...-.. .. .........---........ ...... -.?..-.-..-.-.-......... I
$ 99 to her home in Sanford' to send to \their loved one

$1. after spending the summer with Mrs. Brown read a letter from ADDRESS: _... .... ........ .. '''.''_.................................. .. ... ... .
her mother Mrs H. nine.Bobbie I Taramus Unit. Taramua. N. 1.. I

ehi' formerly auxiliary of the I late I TOWN ...... .. ..-..........-.._...- .'"'_.... .
Guts son of Mr. and I II Mrs. Theresa FOOte. expressingtheir L---- :=::= : :: :: I
' Mrs. Henry Ounn returned] Sunday I appreciation to the local auxiliary wtmm ..J
lo News York to reume' his I of which Mrs' Foote wa a
studies at Columbia University 1, past president for its manorial I
This i bit senior year. 1 action m bet respect


. '

STUART (TlorM..) NEWS Thun.dy September 17, 1964 ,.,
tilttti tltlwtar - tltltltlttttlr circle 1- -
Naaa1M.M.Wralus.sausm.: 't'ffW/\: / ,r. ., .

,.- .-.,."... c-ormpondent," ... ._., AT 7.17W I

-40 Attend Meeting I"" -!-01 District, \" 1Dramicad .
2 all 0

and Of The covered-dish World regular business War upper I of meeting Vets World I West Kane Buddies short Palm were periods AI 8cach.recently Ferguson hut' 'are hospital'for now;.and I con AI<, l jljl...: L 0 I N S Your c I 1

War 854, I that Barracks was scheduled and Auxiliary to be held No. vajescing The last at their of the homes summer sea, Choice
son' 1OR
on Aug.the 21,Jensen was transferred Beach Causeway to the I suppers 1 P.m.meetings on will the be Jensen and held Sept covered-disl 18 i al h T aiy / 1/4 PORK LOIN SLICED PORK I
community center due to inclcm .
ent weather. There were forty in way weather permuting. AI I II
attendance including the guest of members of Barrack No. M4
honor, District 2 Commander tend and Auxiliary arc invited to at, i
Henry Hill and Mn Hill, of In October CHOPS
West Palm Biaih All enjoyedfine !schedule! of the regular wince lb.BLACKBERRY
meeting( will
food and good fellowship The begin .
Auxiliary will meet in the okl!
has been
activity There in the Barracks and Aux Community the Barracks Church will Oct the 2, and Jane Parker L '
ihary during the! month of September night at the lame
consisting o( numerous All community center _ IlttttttlWi ----- - -
members are I
urged to attend
out-of.town meetings. Bud d v
James Clark and wife, Julia, attended nm\lu\11: y l'Ill'R(11 QUICK I FROZEN GRADE "A" YOUNG' TENDER :
the meeting m Boca Raton ,\(. l\lI1U I
Sept. 2, in his official capacity as IE S 6 Lb.
junior vice commander of District The Mens Brotherhood will I I Stc
2. Another meeting on Sept 4. meet l 18. at the church Friday, Sept 35c
at West Palm Beach and in Riviera Supper will be served at 630:
Beach on Sept 12. Mn Clark enjoyed p.m.Mrs, under the supervision ol LIb lb.e .
the auxiliary meetings! and Slack (oMello 8-Oz.
all activities Randolph Spinney will be th 39c
gave reports on honor guest for the evening, at the -SLPIRRIGIir! LEAN IhMtK: (tl 'uPtl.\1\n TURF: PORK MORTON'S QUICK FROZEN
Buddy and AI finance Ferguson officer District, and 2 meeting which will follow, and Each PORK CHOPS 69c SAUSAGE 45c DINNERS oL: 39c
will show .
wife, Helen, and Mr and Mrs. tensive pictures from his ex Lb, .........
Buddy James Clark attended the many trips to taken on his C.RVDF; "A" QUICK FROZEN! BRr,VSIS OR l'I't'K.RIa.11' Meal IJvr\ un.t or MfDIUM SIZE QUICK FROZEN
regular meeting at Fort Pierce on All men are welcome foreign countries Marvel 1 Brand 2I k

Sept. 6. The Clarks also attendeda The Friendship Circle will meet FRYER LEGS Pkg 99c BOLOGNA sa; ......... Lb, 49c SHRIMP., .................. Lb. 69cCREAM
regular meeting of the Barracks Tuesday Sept. 22 at 8 p,m. at the ICE
and Auxiliary at Port St
home of
Lucie, Sept 10 Special guest at Sun and Mrs Surf Albert Bray of the
cottages on Park
this ry Hill meeting and were Mrs.Commander Hill, PresidentMrs. Hen Road who Mrs so desires Bray has, to invited anyone GRE'EoNELS "ANS lbane.
come early
Helen Handchuck and Mr.
Margaret Handchuck Dromstead, and Chaplain and Mrs.Mr. of and The the enjoy Church regular a dip Aid monthly in Circle the pool.meeting will be 3c:; 49c

n 1 held at the church Wednesday,

Palm Lake Warner September B. 21 Tilton at 1:30 1 will: p.m.be hostess Mn., 1/2: .gal. ctn. 49c SA I"/; liT A & PI WHITE I IIEAUTYBluebird's

Park Newsby I assisted Mrs LONG\ISITORS Lewis by ISLANDMr Gay Mr FROM: ., :Kris Kalb and All FlavorsCIRCUS S H 0 R TEN IN G 3 can ib. 49c

!Mrs. F. P, VINtS: and Mrs. John Borgen of

Pb. 287-5363 guests Sewalla, their Point daughter had as their and son recent.in- SPECIAL ANN PAGE OUR FINEST PEACH OR PINEAPPLEPRESERVES

.... law, Mr
r and Mrs. Dennis Cassi-

Word has been received by N.dy, Y.The of. Hempstead Long Island DRINKS :
friends of Mn. Joe Kurtz that she 31; ; 79'
has been very i ill. She is much better his Cassidys arrived Aug 27 after
now and informs her friendsthat discharge from the Navy
she and Mr. Kurtz have moved Having been married in January
into their new summer homein the newlyweds left here on Sept 46-Oz. LAUNDRY DIJUtGtNT RICH'S tRO/KN BEY'S YFI U\V CLINOPEACHES
Katonah, N. Y. She sends regards 12 for their home in Hempstead! 4 Cans 99c C '
to all her friends here While celebrate here Mr.the Borgens Cassidys birthday helped .;: SAIL ;: 49c COFFEE UCH.. I'kit 19c 4"tT'AAP : 99c

Mrs. J. B. Lechner, Mrs. Flora Sept. 10. I LIQUID mIt.RGtNf: : RUMS! FKII/KN ITKKOLltF BRAND WIIOLK: WIIIIK3S :
Alcorn and Mrs F. P. Gaines wentto The Borgens, formerly of 'lull
Rio to attend a canasta party stead, moved to Florida and bought Hemp-i Special BuySCUFF CORAL,, ... .. Quart 39c ECLAIRS : lOO POTATOES 8 :' 89c
held Sept. 8. Mrs. Lechner recew- their Sewalls Point home in '
eJ table priza..hi&h. -. '. twy. BRIGHT SAILBLEACH" Inll.U.A'ORS ANN PACK TOP OUAUTY

entertained Mr. and Mr.Mrs. *Frank n II Mrs RauwaU Anthony Mrs Patricia Wheeler and feb-I'chit SHOES '....."?. ........ !:t39'c DOGFOODBORDIJN 3:',:" 25c KETCHUP .' ;2' 35c

Foby, Mr and Mrs Ed dren, Harry and Linda, of Miami ZORIS4Mir99c UIIIIF HOUSE TOP QUALTIY ; '!% IRISH" DAII.Y nRt: lInt BRAND IKISIIM : (

Snyder Curds I and at Mr.their and home. Mrs.m J.Rio Blechncr Mae visited. Mrs.Tinker her Hazel mother, of South Leishcr and Indian grandmother and Mrs lily. : EV AP. MILK c' :'. 77c CHOC. DRINK 25c SALTINES PIN':: 19c

were played.ASSOCIA110N er Drive over the Labor Day SUNNI'F'IILD: BRANDFLOUR SULTANA S\UD! ANN 'AGE l'O '. 5\UCF..IJO'fION I OR RIG: ,

PARTY CARD weekend.The Red Cross hewing group .. .. .... 10Lk,79ccxKsr :; DRESSINGTLDOR .. ... QuIlrC 35c BEANS 3l': 35cBRKAKMtNF

Ladies of the Palm Lake Park has started the seasons, series of 10 COAST BURGUNDY NO DirOMT AIR OR RKG" OR CALIF.SHI KIfc39c
Association are holding a refreshment meetings, held every two weeks,I "
card party In the community i on Thursday. at the American Lejion WINE Si $299 BEER $169 CHEESE 2 J
room of the First National Bank home. The second meeting I is -
Wednesday Sept 23 it I p.m. scheduled for Thursday, Sept 17 Ijo ;ehrj
Door prizes and table prizes will The current project is making lay, Tip Bartlett Pears or Seedless New Crop Jonathan
be awarded. :ties and anyone interested In this 0&P; o. v
Please bring your own cards. Host work is cordially invited to attend I I s.
esses are Mrs. Lechner 287-3392, !. I Freezing 1 GRAPES APPLES
and Flora Alcorn, 287.2744. I Meat Purchases always I ; rV

ASSOCIATION 1O MEET: : Honor Court I wipe and dry meats before I a : _..

Palm Lake Park Civic Association : re-wrapping for : ,

will. meet. Monday, Sept. 21. For ScoutsScoutmaster : !freezer. f., S : lb. 19 c 4 Ib bag 49
7 monthly
at meeting:30 p m for Its regular L _ _ JHMD I ,

All members are asked to tx Robert> Peck has -
present and all who are interested imounced that Boy Scout Troop ',
in Palm Lake Park should at ((00, Stuart will have a Court of ;&; LUSCIOUS SWEET WIwSTERN!
tend. Refreshments will be servec loner on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at .
by Mn. Lechner and Mrs. GamesPLRSONALS t pm. at the American Legion ,

HallSeveral: members of UM troop WhfcPOVJ .... :_STAMPS HONEYDEWS JUMBO 59c
will receive advancement awards aUF and CIIICXKNBRUNSWICK /
Mrs John Antoch has returned '
during the program. The award 2.wa.
from a plane trip to Grand Rapids to be presented by Rev Ar DCC -
art STIW
> Mich., the
funeral of her after sister attending.in.law, Mrs. thur Smith rector' of St Mary's I ..4 Tkra. .... ....<. I'c.:.. P.15. ... EASTERN REGULAR WHITEPOTATOES
Episcopal Church Stuart
Martin. bad
She reported very He also extended) an invitationto

and Palm weather was Beach.coming delayed through three hours Georgia at tween all and the boys ages their of of the parent eleven community to and attend fourteen be-- TT- 10 lb. bag 49c

Mr and Mrs. Frank Klein this event If any boys arc inter PIAIDSTAMPS
who now live in Miami, visited I'' cited In Joining Troop 400 they 25
friends in Live Oak last week. may ask for information at this JHM KrWtIIIJJB
On their way home they slopped time. .. 4 Pb'.45C Redeem Your AJAX Coupon at A&P!
f sew ss e 4w w -- a CJiAlIN GARLIC
to visit Mr*. Klein s grandmother Refreshment will be served following Air : 39c __--- ___.. _-
the "
Sirs Hallie Young of Palm Lake I program. I I LOORCLEANER
Park. and Mr*. Klein parents FLAVORED JJ 4J.a.. LIGHT 111.0e. I'IIWIttry AJA4AJAX
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan D. Klein St'j'1'I Bermuda banned automobiles DRINK n. 33 C TUNA .. ......... CM JDC Burn"\I1I.K CLEANSER
of Hibiscus' Park, l I until World War II CM TIM sow a**. If sow tlt44STAMPS Klurtmi' \ioum JII\UI! .. ........... 1-10c ttkh. Year fe Crom
---------- :i J11ACARONI: Actiu Dole .......... 1400. 1atrt. 33
I ri : >e ........... 1-0. 20c CRAPEFUIf 2AJAX. 28c ''''
Where this emblem h displayed you are I ',' u.._________':_. ___':__.._ Nabhr DRINK '''. 4W 37 c c.

assured of f the finest insurance servicein Rrr/ Iwo iI"-- Laundry AJAX
the land. ,. MAD CKACkfJUKrafl: .....,...,,- n. 37 /fJTTASilTISW: Detergent UQUD wrni AMVIONUMM
._,'_....... 1.1k. 29 c Whk.. Yews Ic Dwpa .. Your t2S4X. Casew
TTAUAVDR /for* \JH trvumfOtND .
WIU Ta+. e..e: ....... .. AMSGUnit ...._ 1-0. 37 Ckw71c beetle cc.DOCStvt
ANN PACK ...... CAn. __.... 1-0.. 79c

i ftREIIOM.Y: : ; I-IA J. 43 C IRt.NCTIDRIASING: ......_.1-0.' .' 37 C

1 I cy.... .... 100M. 1..4.n4 krafl f 1 Only dStamps

CAIALINi ,;. %,a'. .Get fbfs 611t. faster Open Weekdays
DRK.SMNG .......__ Bla -\tH
4.4 .,..s *s.s uie a.ee ns tawarr.. 6:30 pJn.lans .

I i ( L.....17 fl4wriditts '......... Fridays 9
TILTON I Saturday 7 p.m.
W. B.
:.. 39c ::-79c ;:: 33D.I.vBe.

AGENCY ./ Btrarh Patter $ d.kf M<. Cekfwr Peak C.r.el


74411 .I' ':' 59c 'cb d rk' 69c ....31c 59c n 29c 2 31cTlr6

... .
------- :


.. .. -

'- TlfE STUART (Fla..) !NTWS

... '1'AJ88dPys SA81tr/0M' !7. JUW

,.,.,, : !MEANS THIS SYMBOL THAT p p 1 I I Ia.r sr




e ;NJnIAL r,"",_u.x 4 la t __ f4 I J I U .\4!"'. U L I -1 PARFJVT-FACULTY MEET
1.. meeting of the new Par
.' \cacewrtwwru. .a,as j I
'bedroom furnished apart- RETAIL ROUTE SALESMAN. POdbLE Grooming: TWce your ; OVER 4 acres inside city limits. NO NEED TO GAMBLE/ 'Let COMFORTABLE 2 bedroom. I I ent-Faculty Organization Junior High of original Mar
'for rent in North River Married 20-40 years of age dog to Ida's Highway between ; Residential zoni l. Old framehook Roland G. Loader, Realtor. bath CBS construction. Located tin County for this month was
71650to 1125 monthly year .rthe in Multiple Listing on comer Jot Bahama Terrace. I ly planned to October. das to oe
Call J87-3547. tt (35)) graduate Apply In person. Trip.: Bazaar. 287.5183 or 287-18.18.( I fruit trees $I SOtH1,00.( Terms Roland so that all member offices whl Compact kitchen eating porch. postponed .
Place Your FAST SELLING-) son Dairies, 2739 Okeechobee 9-24(71)( G. I Lueder Realtor 729 Colo- be working together/ to get you the Cement tile roof circular drive. announced.Mr.
LOW COST WANT AD TWO Wth and one-half bedrooms and one Road Fort Pierce. 9-17 ((43)) rado Ave.. Stuart 9-17 <190)) highest possible price.. List today. Sacrifice for $13.600 Only fl.- and Mrs. B. D. Brown Detroit
living room dining
FURNITURE refinishing Roland G. LUeder Realtor. 729 700 cash M. P. Nelson' Realtor
room k>se in. Front and backscreened WANTED experienced sports and restoring. BEST waterfront 2 bedrooms Avenue, had ns their guekts
buy -
Will tall for and de Colorado Ave., Stuart 9-17 (90)( ) 125 E. Ocean Blvd., 287-3566 and Mrs Earl williams
''PYAN't r In panther Stove furnished director either man or woman liver. Reasonable Call 287-1681. I both, new CBS. Must 9-17 ((90)) last t week Mr.
NEWS s ,tfree' yard. $75 monthly. 287- for one hour daily in Iftetno ns. tf be !sold Nice waterfront view. CITY OP STUART ROUTE '1\I of Largo. Mri. Brown end
RATE: five cmti per avenge t,l7.. tf (3.5)F'OR ) Write Box U j c/o Stuart News. t ((71)) Only 13500. M. P. Nelson Real FRONTAGE center of Smart An Alaskan moose may have Mrs Williams have been friends
i Ewa. 9-17 (43)) tor. 125 E. Ocean Blvd. 287- antlers wide as sin feet across. since girlhood days
word minimum omrge per insertion Rent: IfcaVinal' or yearly. RAY COOKE'3! "Septic Tant Serv- Ideal for any type business. --- --- ----
$1.00 (fr tff to twenty' Five) room furnished home with NEED EXTRA MONEY-FOR Ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also 1566 9-17 (90)) 125' frontage by average(; .-...-..-.-----1-- --- .t..
Verage words). Words in ALL nice yard. Call 146.3200.9.17 ((3.5)) CHRISFMAS7 Our Represcn.tativcs drain fields repaired and re-laid. BEST waterfront buy in Port depth of 235'. Priced at $36.000.- TRAlLFR AND SFRVICKS: IfillI
CAPITAL LETTERS except lineword $SOD $ Dial AT 7-0651 I -AT 7-9862. tf(71)WHEEL ( ) Sewall and 00. Roland G. Ixicdcr Realtor .
earn to 1,000 00 dur near the Inlet. 116' .., ,' ,,+'.J.IIf ,. i"te+iatld,
count as two words each. FIVE room 'l apartment,"completely ing the Christmas selling season waterfront by 200' depth on peareefed 729 Colorado Ave, Sluart. above below furnished. Second floor. 700 in full swing. We ALIGNMENT and TIRC harbor Only I $9,500 9-17 ((90))
White space or or I pow can help -
Within ad will be charged: as the South 2871297.Federal Hwy. 287-3325 or you earn this kind of money with BALANCING trained with Bear Equipment Terms, M. P. Nelson' Realtor RIVERVIEW HOMESITE. High SANDY I S

muober: of words (five) that could I .. ... tf ((35)) Avon. Write Avon Manager. P. for Itself by in tire wear.mechanic We have will pay the 325 E. Ocean Blvd., 287-3566. pine land. North Fork St. Lu
be printed in the blank line, or RIVERFRONT home With pool O. Box 2427, Vero Beach. Fla. equipment and men. Your friendly 9-17 ((90)) cie Subdivision A real buy St
23 cents per line. for rent. Furnished or unfur 9-17 ((43)) Dodge dealer. ULMER MO 11I"'_ $2000:! .00. Rolan G. l.lIcder. Realtor MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES

"Display Classified" rant on nished. Call %87;->948. U ((35) FEMALE Help Wanted. Combi- TORS or Dial AT 73355. tf (71)) FOR RENT 135 729 Colorado: Av!., Stuart.

application IN Stuart across from school potion sales ladies and cashiers.. I..,. 1IIJ..t 9-17 ((90)) FEW'CHOICE
These are cash rates, for ads One bedroom bath kitchen 'Full time or part time. Hours to HAVE small Bulldozer, 'Tractor. .,, .,, _._..:!In' A LOTS
: J. ,
Mower and Disc. Will clear lota
brought or mailed to The Stuart suit. income. "
j living and dinette. Newly ainted Steady ear-rotm FOR RENT 135 AVAILABLE NOW
Jslews with payment. If you are tRttiaR and tile floors. Furnished. 2875055. Ages 1950. Apply Eagle Army out trees. Fence Posts 'and pilings
Newt mail subscriber or are U t35)) Navy Department Store. Stuart for lal,. Lawton Wall. Phone AT e Free lawn and landscaping maintenance, your only utility bill
listed in the Stuart telephone directory Shopping Center. 9-24 ((43)) I 71401. 7 tf (71)) I ", b for electric. You hate your own meter. Also, off season
you can place your ad by tele TWO bedroom unfurnished Apt.Osceola EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS
' phone. Dial ATlantic 7-ISSO and & Cortez in Stuart' t3 .-- I HOUSE) Numbers, Name plates 1f + #tr' Iir t NNr I Trailer Storage available. .
' Employment Wanted 41 Formica engraved in one piece r>tI .
eafr 1 want to place a want-ad. blocks from schools. $79 per mo. i srrcl
W. H. Wagner, 2874880 or 287. J L 1114II..J!: unit. Stain proof tion-corrodfng, no I L SALES

I 1696. tf ((35)) WILL keep children In my home I Mastics used., 214 Price E. Dixie$1., Paramount A1A. Stuart .+ ON I Trailer Older model I, one bedroom, livable, with tandem "heels.I .
Give your mall i I address as LOVELY floor Day Hours. Call 287-1720 2872400. 'ull price $350.
ground apartment, (71)( )
well as your telephone num. furnished, one bedroom: Near er 5.06: P.M. 9-17 (lt.1) THE ST. LUCIE
ber In aant-ad. The Stu 1958 Cadillac Hardtop Sedan 1960 Ford, Tudor Six Cylinder
schools and bank. Adults. Call lfIaaJ STORAGE au
butot art News-etete h subscribers t hundreds who of 2872693. tf ((35)) SPECIAL NOTICES 55 tomobilcs, boats, enqMing. Sections ATLANTIC COURTAOARTMENTS One* and hro-rnom efficiencies. 1964 Chevrolet. 3/4-ton. pickup Truck

are your best ,possible. prospects SMALL modern apartment SIS .t.---_ clean buildings.low as $3.00.Golden Large Gate, Storage. new Spacious shaded grounds Agency for Revelle Pick-up Couches & Fleetwood Mobile Homes.

i for real estate sales and week Close In. Jnqulre at The NfW NURSERY SCHOOL( : By AlA three miles South of Parking Lot Boat Dock. it Sandy will Buy, Sell Trade or accept on consignment, your
rentals boats help wanted, Seven "C'c" Grocery Store, North the day, half( day or the hour. Stuart 2871202. tf ((71)) fat' AlT OCHIAN. BOUI.I:...ROITI7ART Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge mobile home, can, trucks Phone 287-5788.
gardening, trailers, and urn U.S. 1 at 20th Street. tf ((35)) Naps on cots. Fenced play yard. RwntnAHOUaHKRRTIhn
ices. Convenient location. Owned and WISCONSIN Bngja Stratton. APARTMENTS: Week Month Year L. P. CAS SALES
FOR Rent: Office building across operated by Vera Schang. 287 Clinton l l and Lauson AIR a ROOMS .* BATHtHVITLEHOAIlD ONE: MILE NORTH OF STUART ON U S. 1t1u
from Seymour'a Inn. Call 2870151. 0771. tf ((55)) COOLED ENGINES in stock and RBA 0ABLR RATES 624 ST IUCIE CRESCENT ors
REGULAR CLASSiriCATIONSj tf ((35)) with parts and men who know how to .TT LOINOBklf. STUART, FLORIDA
LOSE WEIGHT safely new
i TWO Bedroom repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" .p( IMMM .* Yearly Telephonei 287-9812 .. ....
(Numbers over 100 refer to display CBS house Furnithed Ikx-A-Diet Tablet. Only 98e. "'"
classified ads which appear I On 76-A. $75 per month. Stuart Drug Corp, 200 St Lucie Dial AT 7-3335.' Your Friend- W. T. PAGET, Mgr. F. E. WPOD, Manager Services Offered, Mist 171 Egypt's title "The Gift of the
after the end of the smaller ads, in Call 2871328. 9-17 ((35)) Ave., Stuart 9-17 ((55) Iv Dodge Dealer. tf (71)) Dl.l AT tense U run a (no Nile" was given it by Herodotus
Dumerlcal order 04 sure to look 5,000'yean' ago.
ON The St Lucia Ono one-bed WANT the best prtoe roe" your tar? TERRAiZO Tie and Marble I
In places.)
room and one two-bedroom furnished Call Jack Breuil at 287-1214. W. H. Wagner Co. AT 74880or :;"1711"t" J
FOR RENT 35-135 apartments In town. Reasonable. Merkle Motors loo. tf ((55)) AT 7-1696T tf ((71)) EXPECTING COMPANY? LAW'SMOVING For Miscellaneous! 178WE'VE

WANTED TO RENT 40-140 pels. Call 287-0837.- 9-17 ((35)) at 8:30: pm. every Wed PLANTS 'lc S-KVICES 75 Call DI and atop worrying!! 'Reasonable"rates; and ha.'atmosphere

HELP WANTED 43-143 ON the Water: New duplex Studio nesday at the Community Church, L 1_ that will surpass) all but your own ? & STORAGE

Employment Wanted 48-148 Efficiencies. Furnished, Ca Jensen Beach. For information. CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGER 500 S. FLAGLFR, STUART I COT TIIE
MANGO. Avocado
Loquat : Peach
Buslnees SO-150 thedral ceilings. Colored tile bath Phone AT 7-3332. tf ((55)) Now for Your Comfort d TwMatewCASA
Opportunities tub and shower Kitchens by Frig Barbados Cherry, Lychee, Car Available Sleeping Local and long distance mot- I
LOST & FOUND 53-183 Idaire. Bahnrna bale<( Large tree. GET professional carpet: cleaning ambola. Banana. Jabouticaba; Ca Niagara Cyclo-Massage: Units In Our Beds.. log Packing! crating and ship
SCHOOLS 54-154 shaded porches. Plus 110 Fishing results! rent Blue Lustre Electric telley Guata. Cilumondm. Live ping.
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-135 Pier lighted. Adults. Sea Gala Villas Shampooer $1 per day Hartman Oak Water Oak, Silk Oak VISIT Southwind Mote) WAREHOUSE STORAGEPh. RIO
Lei hlon Furniture Enders Nursery, White City,
Lighthouse Point P. O. Box -
58 158 BOAT & SALES .
287-0253. 9-17 9-24 ( ) US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 187-0773 ,
1531, Stuart. Phone 2871657. ((55)) J75) 2870878u
+ NEW CARS 60-160 -.- -----_. ---' tf CUI) tI ill) KM!* TOT Kto AT 1-0944
BOATS SERVICES 43,,-163 ((35)) I AM not responsible! for any PlANTS Sprinkler systems, I tf tern
BRIGHT, cheerful twin debts Incurred by anyone other landscaping, rod Fastest grow. .
TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 bedroomi -------- ----- ----- ----- -
Service with double closets in private than my+clL Claude Davis. Ing nursery in Martin County. Pel-
Offered 71 171
Mkc. teems Jensen Beach Call 287- I 10-8( ((55)) lean Nursery, loop Road (S-76A),
PLANTS SERVICES 75-175 2131. Write Box 554, Jensen 4:>......- Jij: It-.. Palm City AT 71918. tf ( 75))
For Sala Miscellaneous 78-178 Beech J 10-8 ((35)) USED CARS & TRUCKS 58 _. I

Wanted 1o Buy (Mist) 81-181 FOR Rent: FurniMhedhcd ... u ... For Sale, Miscellaneous 78
/MOVINGSTORAGE 84-184 1962 Corvair. Radio and heater
room halve U.S.I I South. New
Heal Eclale For Sale 90-190 ly deoont d!. Call 287-4637.. Automatic tran mIMllion. Low TWO Scrvel 'y -
' mileage, clean 1295. 1962 Chevy gat refrigerators. FLOA IN DOCKFOR
Seal Frtale"Wanted 96-196 9-17 ((35)) Good working order. SIS each.
I U. Radio and heater Clean. $1.045. .-
NEW completely furnished house See after 5.00: or all day TROPIGAS. Inc. 140 Stuart Shop
'FOR RENT 35 Living room, dining room, kitchen Saturday. See at office of first ping Center. 287-4010._ tf (78).

-- one bedroom and bath, screened house Indiantown Road, Box 75.tf .
i porch and large utility room.. ((58)) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest
, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Reverse cycle heat and boot dock
house( on Indian River, Sewallt Ca11281.1984 1 Write Hamilton( 1957 DcSoto Firedome. Auto Prices In Florida
;Pant. Yearly $125 per month. Rt. 2. Box 82-F. Stuart. 9.24 (35)) -matic-three speed ItI.n mlnlon.
!';Call 1 287-2197. U Mil Factory heat and air conditioned. GUITARS .DRUMS! PIANOS
TWO bedroom house Fenced I in Power steering and brakes. Radio ORGANS
'ONE cottage for rent. Furnished. yard. On bus line to reboil good tlr,.. Good running condi SALEUSED
Newly painted. $65 per month. Near turnpike entrance In Palm tion. Reasonable. Daytime only EASY TERMS
'!See; after 5.00:(> or all day Saturday 'City, Phone 2871682. '9-17\ ((35)) 287-2622. tf ((58))
See at Office of first house !Infdiantown tIt.d MORITZ PIANO CO.
( Road, Box 75 tf' J((15)) FOR Sale: 1958 Ford V8 Sedan.
112 No. 5ih
FOR RENT OR SALE 31 Radio and Heater., New tires.
i FURNISHED two bedroom house Excellent condition. $M.5. Call Ft Pierce, Fla. Pb. 461-4747
with carports large living room, 287-4451. 9-17 ((58)) U (78)
'electric kitchen gus heat. Very FdR tale or rent: Two bedroom
CBS Home in Hibiscus Park. J 1III1.IJJ _"_ LIJb... A TRUSSES, elastlo ttocklngs:
{clean. 287-0768. Route 2, Bon 82. BUT PERFECTLY SERVICEABLE
' .Stuart. If ((35)'STORES ) Call 2873538. 10-8 (38)) BOATS 'A SERVICES 63 knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart
i Drug C+rp. tf (78 ,
and offices downtown RIVER view cottage A. O. Dreyer. _
r or East Ocean Blvd. Any sire Orange Avenue, Rio. Last TWENTY-toot Commodore In ; : i.'
'''Write A P. Krueger 1170\ !E on left 2873464. tf (38)) board. Four-wheel trailer Twen Waited T Buy (tiRlie.) II
'Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420.if. ly-two-foot Owens Inboard. 'Both 'MARINE 1 DYNAMIC' DOCK IN 23
FURNISHED two-bedroom, two for $/.DO. Sixteen-foot Chris Craft
bath waterfront home in Stuart. with (heavy duty trailer $fi'. See WANT the beat price for your ,
)FURNISHED two bedroom apart- i Can be used as three bedroom U al office of first house Indlnniown car? Call Jack Breuil at 287.
meet Very clean. Reasonable I desired Season or yearly. Box Road Box 75. See after 5,00 P. 1214. Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((81))

'Adults. 287-0768. If no answer I (1365 Stuart tf (38)) M. or all day Saturday' tf ((63)) 17 SECTIONS. MAY BE SEEN AT

'taU 287-4806. U (W3)j ) FOUR bedroom. 3-bath house in FOR SALE 'Complete 1 Ilia I of Real Estate For Sale 90

j NEWLY painted. bedroom tub ;Stuart City limits" Especiallynice. Marine Supplies Marine Paints -
Ulshed hou.+t. ;o children or Furnished I or unfurnished.References. ; Marine Hardware everything for FOUR Acres with CBS house,
i 'pet Also one bedroom trailer for Nope 1' Yearly or your boat Whlticar Boat Works. :2 BR. I IW bath carporte en
'rent Apply at 87 f6.of Starlit i seasonal leak Box 1365, Stuart Port SewalL tf (6( ]) closed. $15.000.\ Owner transfer JUPITER ISLAND I CLUB KOBE SOUND.
Trailer Nark tf (35)) tf (38)) FISHERMAN red. Clyde Gayle Lock Road AT- ,
FOR SALE OR RENT: Three bedroom 7-1308 after 170.9.24: ((90))
i FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom 24' Lapstrake hardtop hull. Will _
garage. apartment, close In, reasonable one and a half bath home. take inboard or outboard power. FOR Sato] by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront
{ ; Garage; Rooms In prU Central heat and air conditioning. If you can install motor in your lots. Hi,,h and
;wale home. 619 East Fifth Street 287-4593. tf ((38)) pare time you should see IhGboat Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT'dry- Will sell in whole or in sections. There ore twelve 4ft. by 9ft.

'Stuart ___, .._ tM35), ) IIELP WANTED LJ r lrl 43 fishing.. Ideal Call for West Inside Palm or Beach.off-shore TB 2595. tf (90) sections, eleven 3ft. by 9.ft. 'sections. Ideal for a marina or private

'TWO electric bedroom equipped.C.BS. Home Furnished.All r j 2-5204 or 6551783. tf ((63)) FOUR bedroom waterfront home. dock anywhere in the protected. waters. Also a number of aluminum
Will !trade for land. Write
No children and No pets Call SERVICE Sales and'Claim work AUTHORIZED) Johnson Dealer, Box 23. Stuart Fla.vacant tf mooring poles
((90)FOR )
! 287-5733. 653 Bryant Avenue Married aged 24-39. }|filth Complete Sales Service, Parts.
Stuart tf (35)) school education Starting pay, 0dD4Jcctioft of dependable Used Sale: Large three bedroom,
$102.50 with fringe benefits. Phone Motor Expert Factory-Tnhsed two bath home: : in Hohe, Sound. I
West I'alnBeach: TB 2-3265. M< '-24 (43) MOTOR SALES. lea 440 Rt. 707 9-17 ((90)( ) MAKE AN OFF-IN WHOLE OR IN PART
WADS i w In Rio AT ,. )944 tf (61)) --
CURB GIRL WANTFD: Ap>ly OCEAN front Best buy Between ,
In prrx: +(tiA & JV Root Beer OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIR the bridges 600 oceanfront
DOTHEJGi! Drive In. XI. S, V* .K Wuth ED W| have part for aO includes 1200! of AIA I MUST IE SOLD! IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE.
Stuart g.:1:!> ((43)BOYS ) popular makes. Can test your coil frontage. and approximately 1600'
and condenser. Ulmer Mobs Dial on the Indian River. Total depth
of Junior ttillh- 'orHiih AT 35S. Your Friendly Dodge of traet t+approximately 1600'.
School age for. 1I..mlraid. ikaler.. tf (63) Ocean front toned for commercial,

287-4295 Routes in of lemon 287-5224.Beach: area.9.11yt1)Call( ) 1 26- Tii165;; horse- hotels!, and teeth. and other side CALL NATHANIEL} P. REED
and residential
s'' rower Gray Marine Super 6 for duplex Only
'r WAITRESS P.M. Shift Steady 330 with dual carbu ton. Two $7.63 TW foot M. P. Nelson.
work Powell's Diner. Telephone 40-gallon Navy gas auks, Many Realtor 325 E. Ocean Blvd.. 287- AT THE JUPITER ISLAND CLUB
287-9708. V-17 (43)) extras included. Call Saturday or 3566. 9.11190)( )

LADIES: Be your own boss use Sunday. Oil 546553217(63)( ) ST. LUCIE Brvd. waterfront home.
your telephone to make money. ....JL Frame stucco 4 bedrooms, :2
Reply Box "R" c/o Stuart News TRAILERS a SERVICES M baths. Picture window facing river

9-17 (43)) in living room, asphalt tile ,, 5462617B
jpial j ATlantic 7.1550 Doors ,Itc. stove and rtfrfg. The "
WAITRESS wanted for day or 55' by 10 19041 Mobile Home on I Interior has jutf been cleaned Indrainled.

AAsi ask for the night Uilft. Only experienced landscaped' by 100 lot 211 Fumhbed *X>. $:!J.500.)
need apply i in eteoo. Poor Bob's I Holly Drive. Alobilelf, rlw Gar I''XX Rolaod O. Larder Realtor,
Cocktail Lounge AlA JensenBeach. dent South U.S.I. CaU .dl.33)J. I II 729 Colorado Ave,, Stuart. '. e.r* Inll

Wwrf Ad TflkcjJ: tf (43) I 9-17 (68) 9-17(90) -


'11"7,,, ,
r _
Mi "harmer i h"d I n,'t ion ni \ nr ,U r, ,,1.\1' Sept I n Mr | Tin m VRT fTlorWa) NEWS Thundar September 17lt. 1964 '..Br
I TOWN I friends and relitiMs nor her "irlhJ.I:1: Tui"laN - ------ -----,---
j where she 'was born !II those attending wen Mrs I IfWF'i> -;
DOROTHY MCALLISTER, Con<. ,. Germans. since cowing :. H. Smith Mr and Mn Floyd ; '" :,':, "l: ,
H.* .
4 nt
? ? the United States X"i
thirty seven Rcr. Janet Tony, and Still ...
I -- ___, 1,(...., '"", ago McAllister. and Margie Smith I ,." 1
Her fin.::! 'II
comment on the German &
; Has Interesting Story was, "There is nothing like H. E. Adams spent mod of ;. ,1: ,'I
eipecialry the cakes uV.f H. week m I i Okee I N 1 : I! 1\0 '
." ... fora I !\.
v n'\ :.J' wo1v
Of Her European Her comments on Swfatrliad \ "; \"
Trip that the flowers Mr. and Mn. Wayne Mixion! W"i'
were to nuoy '" i'
and that the mountain ... daughter MOM UM. are ; j
Mr' John Neitner of Fourth Steeoouck of breathtakm & y. Sajt 16. for ,: ;. !t' r r
Stet 'hal returned from a trip to York April 21 Dcla\\are.for vIwry Holland wa her comments, wttt. I & ......... Oi.re I ay

"'. Europe, Holland where, Switzerland she vmitcd Grfmany Italy. Germany.While in Germany re t !bloom about while the she tulip was, which there I : > { County 10 in Orla iteant**> visiting Thun- iI.,,", f" .""" .. 1I. 9 .

i and Norway ner' aunt and uncle In Norway the country was ;4. t v ,
4 _Mrs Neilner and Mn Emma their diamond \\edJina but beautiful she stated t ." 11N'Jl' : ,
i t ,4
............;: __ ., .....;; I add are enchantment waterfalls everywhere to the : Conjrr adulation, to Mr*. Teresa ', 1

REAL ESTATE FOR SUE 190 I !')>r. ; kUllawho! Saturday.cekrtratetl Sipt I 12 her t.if p rni; a
I Her trip over on the Bremen t .
-- I quite a highlight and quoting!! I Tuesday afternoon' Sip I tf. 1
Neitner/ Could have been : e c k y Williamson differed a
Ask UsYou'll Be Glad rOll Did vacation in itself" : : +oj1p. leg when another horae
1 She returned from abroad Au,. I \ the pony hc was riding
and has planned a trip" again: i is now\ recuperating in her I
two jcars. She brought rftck ; (it well soon, Becky!
: el of the countries: she Veiled '
bOnnPc'f {!J pictures of most everything : Mi and Mn Boob franklin and
saw hjIJren' Curio, Glenn and Mark,
l ; 44 *cw resident at 201 Yalaha
900 Are. (attoll! from 1st National Bank) 1SIT MIUrnV BASE : Irklmnicmn They are
AT 7.2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 Labor Day Weekend' Mr and I (,( 1 r residents of Fort Picrci iTt
". Henry Leifhow visited their (
DON O'KELLY or BOB \\1LII\\IS Private David I. igh0w. tnd Chip! Jordan will return, to Flor
'.n David Davis Both boyl Central Academy after spend
) in Fbrt Jackson S. C. I t the summer here and In lob
-- While there Mr. Leighow, learn uk>. He will leave here VNednes-
1 that there wa a contest being '. Sept. |16.f j,

in Private Davis' company. A birthday party wa! held In''
Choice boy who receives the most of Sherrie
Waterfront lightsey given
Property will get three extra day her
mother Saturday Sept 5.
his leave.
If anyone lo would like'' to help cake Opell.her Ice gift and birth- ''
cream: and
Owner Will Sacrifice .! win this contest write him sirvcd Afterward garnet punch wire
: Private Fl David E. Dank Ihose '
I, 14R 9$9J. Company C 2nd i attending. were'.
I 200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE 1st Tng. BJc. Fort Jackson, kimberly i Ltohiscy.ami Cathy Lisa Otis Tucker Pan L ,

C. 29207 im Sue McAllister, Jamie ansi
D. AUXILIARY MFFTS : Rhine. Dtitvh: and Uremia a A. I

I With Seawall The Ladies Auxiliary of Indian-' : and Daniel RaficldOcean .

Volunteer Fire Department .,-- aSararua astw.iwa.a..
Property has depth pf 484 its regular meeting Thursday 0
ft. Sipt 10
'hi the first meeting: since I Breeze
w ;
, Within City Limits of Stuart Regular meeting are held I
!second and fourth Thursday r.
each month. I NewsMRS. I

Nice Rambling Frame Home ladies are making plans for

busy year ahead.. ROXY FNFIrin. BI BIlE 01- A BUIUINO w "a i L'' n h, I''>''> ri .ki.1 when it wa employed lo demolish a imall
Beautiful Lawns, Trees and (111)u I J JI (ormpondeni I frame kiruittire formerly und: as a '",1\.1\i ,i s- heal .,I""n'on1 at the Flnt iptist,! Church Stuartdr
SALE 190
ulAn FOR ._.- -
: -
Mist Cappy Hoke spent! the
See Your Broker or Phone Owner "end with her parents, She js and Sirs Fred Bau"" from I Mkh and ulno In t anada. return-I Il Doe and Mr Rolfc Ml for
Looking for p business college m Mi l Detroit I, have returned to 'h. j r ins hy blew York and down the Pompano De_th before time for
; winter homo in Ocean Brrc. after Blue Ridge Parkway and making Uunclmi Dor la arrive and had a
New Home I real nice vacation at a motel) and
AT 7.2607 the .
AT ht the North
Mr*. Paulino Hargrove from summer many Pftlty pictures thai will be viiilrtf. with frleml in Deerfleia.
Lpok at u,, Ohio, a former rtsi-' ('harie Weidernaan has .rhown.Aaere thin winter Mr and Mr. Hugo Keiwunan,
tf ( of the park, h visnipg Mr' *. eon fDoun several "weeks v retortsI t I MfI.0, IlajSe hn who hid lived' in the park a few
Heights Pert,rim, on Sixth street with friends 11\ Franklin 1 N. (",.lost I : return. year* l'eoflavy aho called on Mi
Region I hors. I"" visit wish "I"
and In New Jeney a and Mr. William P Brown i n'
I I Mr and Mn Charles I..rll. \\/It. ,n M
Ourdc.i I hrJl rs. Writ Palm teach on their way
i iV JENSF-N BEAOI returned for the k1r, and Mrs AI I'nnil h I v. '''f'1111' 'Imm a slipped home
ipenitng the summer al their I'' returned from I .I""mIII trip t'Y ,t./,. I" nth ,uuvwd, 1 to Largo
TEQUESTACountry SAM RHODES home In l Dearborn. Mkh. Thcy vlsiled i I ._relllllv j in I'lynwruthI I ( ., \ "' III".n ". I I Mr. Phillip Dionnv, has (Domed
-- ___ her hiMband here
rapnl m"was nett/.p -r .; .... ANMMarttnrallRIAL I after trending
Club Two Two INC. Kvcril month In New York
Community/ CONSTRUCTION : uun; JOlt S.\I.v. l'U
Bath. Screened Patio and Pool. Lot lOtX) x 120 DIAL 287-4710 .nv '..wn a Mr and Mr L. W. Smith have
fl ""' I for the winter. u I 11 t <> ,
custom built for owner. Best buy In ana al $26.000. Phil Baker Sales' Manager : I Spends the ''fInl/N in the North.
u uaol
I,1 ;$ : Mr and Mr"*. AI Piehl have
SPECIALLot l a r returned from II ptnamire and hunt
new trip' to New York and New
j 5 Jcrttn They silted their I son.*nU
100' x '120'. Owner win sacrifice it, 4400. jI : ,, $
I I 1 renal()) on long_ Inland (
Mr and! Mrs Tom ( .H* have'

Opposite fequesta Country Club. Large bnlkheaded I When returned from a very mien-Ming
trip lo ( made, .onuummi the! rn
lot. Three Bedroom, Two Bath Mull to wall I REAL ESTATE lire simmer 'the Canadian had

carpeting. Screened Patio. Now $25,900. I hens without rain ilnce Slav !hut
I II 119 E.! OSCEOLA: AVE. within five' hour of their arrival 1
came a heavy rain which hne the
JUPITER INLET COLONY I dronghl After their VIW ,11 h
friend' and relative they ttarleii
-- homeward via Manila
New custom built home. Three exceptionally large I dttt r .N
Bedrooms Two Bath, one with unken Tub.
tJ. S. No 1 Canadian paper featured newsof
!Bench privilege. $28,000. I (leu i approaching. visit' 1 to Hot
I SOUTH OF STUART I I Ida Tom then called Ocean Breer.
receiving an answer 11I i ten w>;.ond I $0 feet oa U. I 220 feel: c1 rep, < I' .
U here
Oceanfront Lot. Reduced to $19,500.WATERFRQNT 750000. (; *saying n they everything returned wa VM M ..>uri

Iowa and Artama
They found crop along" the
UA 1.
with 55 foot frontage ON
I way very good 1 and they were sled
month t.
sow at per to arrive horn although lost in
100' ]x 750' U.s. I to Intra Coastal. Ideal Motel- STUART li..l off time id r-ceive a vimt from. 1 Dora.RiYMOMI .
and term I --
Marina die. IJiceDenl price C.B ". home. Comer property .
Living anywhere jn Martin County is fine AT HOHII\ !SOU' 'I III HV

Commonwealth InternationalREAL : i but we believe that living in town Raymond) U ankiog lawrence the MJU of freshmen'Indian-

and transfer" students who came -
i I nri< this years entering claw' al
ESTATE fickle Hithcrn College. Lake
Road REAL North River Shores land.
Comer Tequerta I Drive Seahrook I A I9rtl graduate of Martin
Dial 74WIT Jim \ County High !School, he h I the earn
'.0. Box 1526t.rJupllfr, H o rMa + ,
I (M COLORADO 4 VL of Mr ana Mr. Walton Lawrence,
*- .. .. 1 lixlUntown.
rtlf the hearty of the .
(111)I I I ...... waterway, lamWapta, purl, 1 1st the f C.most t ueJtitcooivcly
Colored" being
I are
btairflf.! rt.. "paint
: aomn on the farm and 'In
hoed 5C. ,.. .. Lads s.;.._ industry lo signify danger areason
I rco. RAINiY far our ralraare .. machinery and heavy equip
U. S. Highway I JH |
Mttftll df HMMftvttBridge. r -


lcd St Lick In
Wm and SR76. Good buy at $450.00 Beautiful Cocoanut ParkFacfng (
per acre. Che* .g .'ODfU 10 U Your Want Ad in
f..ot '00' x 300' ..... THE STT; A ItT

2. S35 Acre located betwee. UA I ..* Yacht Basin! NI5WS printed in
area I*
S.R,7. I. ..* driekrp.al $
Vwtfc of Stuart. Wee $3'75.00 r"' aC ALL BOOMS fer MMOnaa s r w .. 1'1 lit MARTIN J

3- 750 Aerta prhne .lad.. o. SL L.rle a.er rranLN.. WIUTY. f".o WDA ROOM ; SALES "\\CjLNTC
Prb.1o an. EXTRA LARGE i I IMfliSS I Sunday,
CERAMIC TILE lATh NEW nitnout charge.

[ COMMERCIAL! ] KORCTO WARM AIR' FURNACE .. B. Arbogast CT\It .".. ... M re gular east-
LOW DOHN rAY>ICXTn Lad ,.,. ad* cwly, mot .. tffcpbytfk ,...
L MOTIL: 10 'Row pi'n'-Slate 0.-v Tat 24 Meintsagt 2 fee I <*H which mi .e revue
......, aIIt4 ill (JS 1 SolIdI S" X. BLrtptX .. I''' Matt/red rale.)

Start laC :.<0.Jzr Roar fee Price $18. 00.00 and M. .. AND ;ASSOCIATES ad
n..... oI5.000.Of. I Phone >our to

REALTOR 2871550; and get in .
PHIL D0RLAN -100 $Sg1O iS i two-for-one
501 C'OLOIUDO \YJlii\'E ( {) on |this
256 East Osceola Avenue. Stuart 287.0HO.IT
I f'ferlINDIAH !
I1t1AaT. PLORTDA (I'") _

.. .. .. ..- .. .. .. .-
... -

------.-.-- I. .i t t.k % 11J


vI L N H D l x rl RESERVED



5 CAMS 303 $100


Cut Beets 8 16-0L CANS Tomato SAUCI 1 10STOKILY s-oz.CANS PEACHES S "
Tomatoes 4 CAS' $ Sweet Peas 5 NS' $ 24.0= $00 I'I \
15-0Z. CREAM 17..oZ. ',..
Spinach 7 CANS Corn STYLI 6 CANS

BEER or ALE 6 CANS 89 FLOUR ::S NIG 5 lG 49



Cut Beans 5 16OZ.CANS. 7 'CANS. 7
Limas 4 lo-OZ.CANS $ Catsup 6 LS. $ 4 9
Juice 3CAs Pet MilkLB.I 7'N '

Corned.' Beef'Con- 019 c Gelatine I 3p"9z': 1 lOc Fig Bars 2 &. 39c MORE FOOD ORDER.
Beef Stew 2 ;' 39c Crest Family! 69c Cookies 1'B 91' 49c



Vi?% $
6.8 LB k Can/ STOKELY
AVG. 9


Pork Sausage lB. 39c Bologna MEAT PKG. 39c 4 CANS
r. Sliced Bacon LB 59c Wieners F G. 39c

'" 'L r W-D Brand BEEF SALE ::r 1._;,:'!'.-..t.,,..,...' ,* FREE
U.S. CHOICECENTER .,!...';-' ,
ram! l ,Ml M ..' \' ,".';.. '
100 EXTRA FREE eUTCHUCK ''';'.''''' ''' 1t;
TOP. nil VALUE Loupe Ind STAMPSWitt Purthm ilW0 ROAST LB.49C 1.;".;.2. \ ""."1-, /4\C. Beautiful I
I MUM GROUND Ml } ;"..'tI.a..J'rl"..",",,:". ... ..," ....
I l-lb. rk|. '1"I. U.S. CHOICI ROUND BONI :r:..., :if,...,,t :....... Swiss Chalet I
VOID Ami HPT 1* ''S. '
CUF TMII COUPON' l Ii SH'LDR. ROAST LB.69C ',.. .:. :..w....;.,'1.... t.i.:.".. ::t4DinnerwareONE I.
1 .



.Dr.. Drew..... L B. 39C PIES ? 29THRIFTY RED APPLES 5 LBS. 49'



Hams Shank Lb.49 C Hall Lb.5 9 C CHEESE
MILD Salads I LONGHORN flcavor.,All 4 Cup*'Iu,49c I1** 6 6.OI.CANS 89 Tokay GRAPES 3 49c

't,. Biscuits ,,5 Cans 39c : .
",' ;"'I'!:'-. PKG I-LB., 25c Bouquet 4 BRAR$ 34c Ajax .. .,. .. 2 cSk 49c Wall Cleaner & 31c

............................_.....oj> :.,..'... ................r----.....-......... ......... ...1'. --- --- ---- t ........... ..- ......-. .,... --..,."

W I W !1 !!

Walton League Jubilant Over Announcement I Man Killed as Woman Club tkTW5Thu&pfrmber11I9M1( ,, -C

1,500 Acres of 'Recreation Lands'Added Car Struck Tree Meet Is SetThe Takes Office October 1

Near Highway 76 regular meeting of the Johnson Named
Woman Club of Stuart will be Judge
Isles Jimmy Ice lash. twenty. of held Wednesday! Swpt 16 at 1230:
to County by Deeding Booker Park I lixlunlown, was I pm at i the clubhouse The meeting .
killed SoiurUaN afternoon when will be preceded by a laCk By Governor Bryant
hm auto lelt Slate Roc! 76 east of lunch.
EnlightenedNew Intluntown bridge and Mruck a On the agenda' will be a \!i1leUI'lion -
outdoor, but the state agencies secure public recreation land by Refuge by the State Board of tree ot way and mean projects Million L.
retain the right to place additional this method. Conservation His tiMer. Emma Jean sixteen. and federation contest" the Democratic tion in the November election
PolicyIs spoil in the areas as the Intra It a vast field of In the course of field biological is in a serious conthlion in a West The first 1 reheanal of the Woman Martin nominee County wan appointed I Judy Crary resigned to give more
opens Judge
opportunity Thursday
coastal is deepened or as shoalsare Palm Beach hospital Vernell \Vil- \ Club choral group will N held I Governor attention to his growing private
for i work, Witham that by Farris Bryant
public recreation noticed
removed. llama, II\tcen. a friend of Em. at 10 ant. on Wednesday Sept. practice.
formerly barren sand islands were I Ill! tal..esfllle I on Thursday
throughout Florida, he declared. Jean 16'1
Praised ma is from in.
Internal Improvement Board, U recuperating ,
Oct. I filling the last three months Johnson said "I am happy that
S. Engineer Corps and Florida Originator of the Idea in Martin beginning to be nesting groundsfor Juries in Martin Memorial Hospital of the
unexpired term of the
Hobe PTA Judge decided to
Rots terns and that the shallow Sound /governor appoint
Inland Navigation District all cooperated County was Witham. a member Evans Jr., who
Member f Crary did not tflU
0 County run me out Judge
Crary un
The skidded of control
local car out
the which i is of the chapter who flats
in move
surrounding were for
Chapter of the supporting re-election: and who timed his
dusk Walton expired term and I will out
far from the old of heads a spiny lobster research project on a wit pavement and snuck serve
League: heard with pleasure at a cry such islands policy individual conducted from the House! of marine grasses! and becoming the tree on the hunks of the St. Meets Thursday resignation! to give the new jurista his term ai faithfully' as I will serve
telling spoil to '
start with the '
their Sept 4 meeting : nurseries for marine life. Lucie ('anal.ouneed! off the tree beginning of the my own elected' tvrm.1
of i island submerge fiscal year as it applies to the office ,.
spoil and the --
conservation He broached the proposal; to and finally trapped itself around' The Hohe! Sound Parent Teach. --- -
lands! around them have been The of enlightened Governor Farris Red Cross Cash the chapter which passed the ball a second tree. Had (the car not hit er Association! will hold the first I Turn: Te\uii Over
deeded policies Bryant
to Martin County by three Is a law Of
to the county board. Meanwhile' the trees it probably' would have partner
of the
meeting school
state agencies. and the Internal Improvement Aids 22 FamiliesIn Kidd made an aerial survey of gone into the canal. on Ihursxlay. new. 17 at 7:30: year Robert Me Roberts in the law firm I To FBI( Custody
The nine u lana in the Indian Board under his executive appointee of McRolxrli" and Johnson
> A
the potential and recommended Cash was dead on arrival at
m in the school .
River, created William R. Kidd are Indiantown Area of Siierman t.: Ransom of
by dredging the the procedure whfeh was followed Martin Memorial Hospital His Lakeland he i i. a graduate Austin.
Jmracoastal Waterway and I I- credited with opening the door to : death was the ninth auto fatality The faculty new officers and of Stetson taw College Tex, arrested on t S I I la I t
500 acre of submerged I land this magnificent recreation asset. After Cleo had left us with TWELK1II CKUHRS: of the year in Martin County. chairmen for the PTA conuniltcei lie. it a lieutenant In the Navy Wednesday night will "bo turned
surrounding them, are dedicated Martin i County Commission; some damage to home the National --- will be Introduced as follows: Reserve and a member of Stuart over to the FBI Sheriff Roy C.
for conservation and recreation. which made the official requestfor Reef Cross moved in to the TO TAKE lursFlorida : President Pete Hand; vice pren- First Baptist Church, where he Baker has reported.
They can never be told to private the islands, was highly praised Stuart and Indiantown areas to twelfth grade tests will Bulkhead Plan (Idem Mn Ruth Sheppard; acting teaches Sunday school. lie "be- sty Sheriff James Holt urested
individuals, cannot have permanent by the chapter and state president administer cash aid to twenty-two be administered at Martin County; secretary, Mrs. Harlean Veech.trcaiurcr. ; lungs t to the Civitans and to Stuart Ransom when he recognized
structures placed on them, Charles Kindred. They cooperated : families and $1,299,51 was paid Senior High: School on Wednesday Gets hors Miriam Holt; and Jaycees a stolen car on U. S. 1 south
but will be open a* park to the all\ the way," he laid. out. Sept. 23 to all\ members of ApprovalOf chairmen: Mr. R Clement, membership. Johnson became! the Democratic of Hobe Sound It was stolen
boating public.Martin Kindred as head of the State I The disaster committee of the the senior class An overall score Mn. Ruth She rI'll' rd. pro- nominee In the spring primaries from Orto Crow of Austin.! Ransom
County may place temporary Division of the Izaak Walton local chapter publicly thanks all of 300 must be attained in these the LeagueThe grain and project.. Mr. I. Me- where he won out over I.lion: H. had been visiting for two
shelter on them for the League said that all chapters will the local people who helped out tests if a student expects to enter lean, hospitality.; Mr. T. Camp- !Schwarc and Dean looker in two weeks In Daytona Beach and re-
convenience of those_enjoying the be informed of the opportunity to in these! emergencies. one of the Mate universities. hill, publicity I ; and Mrs Tom primaries.He ported! ho was on his way to MiHEARING .-
-- bulkhead. committee' of the Bcauford I and Delmar Veeen, curnival face no_Republican opposi! al11i.
l local Iauk.Valton.. chapter has .
approved the bulkheadmg. plans' tvervone 'ii Invited to comt: ,
ol' the Braclshaw interests for the! meet each other and get .I: ullint. ,
south end of Hulchinvtn Island ed."' mid President. ""nll. "A ape. AIDS
Some 704)) acres will be filled cm I welcome in issued to the new rr""
for resident! l'url"IoCIut the first grade mother\ and father." I Acousllco* and ZeahhService
plan to bulkhead closely followsthe -- -i
shoreline except lit the southwest Mobile o. all nukts of Untraatrali
tip where it will take in about Village
three acres ARP.NRfapeclaal program .y
About Ihirty-miHj acres of interior I Changes HandsStamps + Acoustkim
canals, it wa pointed out J .
Free bearing test In home or office
will make' up for any loss of un
derwater arena far in excess of the : Indicated a selling priceof c.:' a..slas.h Balttrlr. cOl'dl.01..
amount so taken $61 000 when tho. Pines Mobile
The Sun Parlor famous fish Village' on South Federal Highway
ing ground will not "ho materially was sold by Mr and Mrs Hearing Aid Center
affected by the! bulkhcuding. i it I ta Anthony C. Mate and Mr, and
Itate"-. Mrs Julio S. Nobrega l to Mr and 709 ORANGE AVENUE:! lOHT PIERCE 4'1..11"
Donald Diet/. Clarence Hake Mrs. 1 Pierce: N Brown recently .r, I'
--- ------ - ---
----- -- --- --- ----.
and John McQuigg were namedto
a nominating committee
The chapter received a certificate HOSPITALIZATION PLAN
of merit from the national
o xganization for having surpassed GUARANItrO I KhMWABIb: FOR HIE a MOKIII" WIDE ('OVER.tGRNO
l ill membership quota 'for the third
time in three successive. years. AGE LIMIT tNHOILMKNr! : NOW OPtNN :
chapter members and their
wives will hold an outdoor (ciiiKoi'Hcitm COMPANY
picnic l
at Jensen: Causeway on the eveningof NON ILOKIIU$' IH:MS ACT PITH: IOKM CRF JAGI.S

MODEL HOME SALE Friday, Oct:' 2. $225 OVrR 'Q'tMONTh

Blame Cigarette I(MO MOM. 66 "
-- -- --
A carelessly-discarded... Cigarette! "AGM"SMS ----$340 NUtR
was believed to be responsible.. for .. MOMII II .. '" ...... $100 MONTH
a 1 fire which look Stuart Volunteer

t at highly! desirable house Fire I Department owned! by Guy\ a'Davis rooming.,, atMJ SN 9.17| I'lcMM.a turnkli Me.. tree. IniornmisiNiName ..'/... Age ........

Seventh Street about 9:10 .a...n.I I Florida_ Health i Agency Aridr'M .....".. ,"'... ''+ ''' ''' .......n
.J -j: wr-triSfc :
Thursday, 10
slight and no&ept.one con Damage'Injured,was according P. O. Butt 291, Ijikiwlh. I llorhU'. Illy.JBaVgtote; .",...........
to Chief Milton Griffin :




Focus On Your '

Brand new three bedroom, two bath homes that have been displayed .

as models in the very choice River Point community. hcsc v

lovely homes have central heat and all interior ductwork for central .

air-conditioning. Set on neatly landscaped plots, they repre Future With a /

sent exceptional values during this sale. Four different models arc

available, with many unusual features. We suggest you call us

soon and let our representative show you these fine homes. Savings Account '


.".t,, ;"", '1':'./ 7";. $ First Federal

1B5OO at ./' ;T'


LOW DOWN PAY'T. .1,1";

Still available, several

Now Not later Is the perfect time to start ,
i on which to build ..
f" I your savings account. Protect your f" a,
I by arranging your savings account to suit .

i your budget, you'll be surprised how fast it ,

will build up 1

;- 1wIIFVfO11NOW4 4
Visit U* Today HUEFLIC


J R, A C E !i! "

.1 N v.z : U.S. i-SOUTH OP COLORADO :
J I ytr

m.r. J R i EA a' II I I II I Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. AVHNUBA .

FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING STUART, 287-33(56( Friday Evening S pan to 81 Jn. .

I Closed Saturday STUART, 'LoruD8 dfJ ait4.ef th t 1Ihaak

2-f THE STUART (Fla"> NEWS Tlmnxlu)', September 17, 1964 I SATURDAY UND\ Y-C-Ibt.e4 TUESDAY-Contloned

(CMitlnMdl, (141--7. 8t. l.n"l. ('.....'...,. S... Clnrlnuutl 5 00 4 Mnvl.. How loon; W.. Wy the Sun' Homes
':SO IV"ne..M T.dr Vdl'r', New Ports of

.t COMPLETE--j-V-P-ROGR- t Halt and INdo!) ((fllnr) liOOU,,' and II.: AI.",_ I
Mmtlllii, GiflU* I..... u n
.. .apt/
SiU-II 1L"wr..e.a.! -., rr*
10 PM 1,00-4 Lor.Itl
An.,5 w ,

0. 1 C J." "TV Rdla 8ta.aq-Rw Ilotlnferr.. fmood teas*& l"IfM* : :. ......... liIo.... "0 .... Port St Lucie

Th. ; : .. ..N.pC4WEDNESDAY ... .. .. I.1 H.. nSirW) 1'.nP.orIN a4tfuo4 .... Silo--4 7 ........1II..Ia."La" j On Show Now at
C -W'l'VIJ 'il (... '\'lIe f......it.t.er..Acb..... ",10.... lOilt 1. Dnol lab Jt 1.DD--1U Tweso ..... .r'
Ib .,.." i.aj se iii' tIMyIIMa' .Mme... Tl. Ita. 16.40: :4 MMrlt M ait r.I. U ,
w., Pal. y1 N... IL lot _pe.elhie. (Of WlTiaiRSDAY .7 XL ICW. LIWwe .....-.' /It:: : : ::r.-:
q.freA. .'aiI,,, 10.11 A..t',. Onklor StIsf -

II 1 f.IW.. ..... Nail LN: Trda111.m1 General Development Corporation indoors And a wide .cholC'
l lnned :. 1,500-4., ... of workmlnsh f Doors I cf
is .
'**"' .* 4.55-4 MOV!*, 'niorrot of Iv*.- lt-11 -p.r c.n- nv ..rr in N.n Movlo W MX;-...... tMIa" addfevg six' IWW modem to nhamlards Selves are aH filled to floor plaiVs rnakct it posillf \

M3RB7t(8m t tel. Fr. toe of th* lIr. II ISO-I plO ..... ..;; Nunatn' its WWs of the Sun limes dift- windows, tight select!' a grouping of bcd ocnl ,
t Sort*, 'Aktonitt In Iho = close tofcrances!' assuring! a nj
( u Mwn4> wuopti .t4t-4 IJm....' Tra..,.* r ti ICMrya.rb. Wl 0HAdonoM i:/s-d few. :..10---11--7 RoantMl CommontIt !! play at Port St Lucie. Embodying house!'. I livinjarcas to suit part C'llJ.' nj.

...' 8Io. .,too-4 5.0 VanOnr lit Now.. Woatkoil ... IPere revolutionary quirftnefttl.
e. MoX tr.alnf new concepts in been
OD-4 "B n. Ymr amps I.7 Wild Kingdomtt \ Now. Interior appointments have ,
AIon1" b.boA.1 N.wa. }WoAlwMori. fhtrs Wtnr.. Sportsr I..oo-t E'MM t: TK"001tit ...uW........ home toiWtructton' the models denned for easy upkeep The The new Keys line Will, s,, tli" I

Alton***) 1* t"mmnlAo.h" ,I b''?'. s"l' -I* An, Pro BoorohoaHtiao 'I3O II'I.Ir"r--4 Nee ..... have been designed especfafly! for kitchens have been planned with : exclusively a\ 'Port St Lu:it and
(Bant. M Monftny .lil.|,>t t) tilt' -IS C II -a o.a. college. uowi f. Mar.Hek PterMa living it Port SL Lucie by toward saving. time ana General pth' :r h'
I too. 1Mylo. Blmute eh) *" soleI..ar t 7 Blk* Angel.It 11 I.r'mb eye East Coast of Port I.
** Ptwrnlo I.n community
4'3O1:: MovU ..Ek* Horn. fSotrh". ? Nee.hl0 12:01-10 A tn A rtnn I lanea ana A****** 1,41-4 be.-Write Cfnktt'y .* Ktngway Builders, i division of Appliances are conveniently 11|aabnr

j II....., 'Kw TwVtt Mow .1 12130- -4 MlMnl. "aMn.. II Ml4Ihw.it' PeorolI It Non General Development Corpora and built.m, working areas _
Bi,.S-.. fketocnvkyEvonlnt t Ruht1.Y-Brrr.tbr Import t "aI-' I ,-7 Ca&ra 7S4S Lpinll Tbomu Adr.tbn : located .
: ...... &&oo.r.: lion .resistant plat"tic
I Now*. WUoII > I II. -II Ffehlng. Weather Iposi are laminated in soil
..... II HorPty;; H.* Weather. I and
mii Pr II ri.hg Bpon* The line the
new known 1
.100-I.I H...* Bport. W...".. IMS-4 4.w.-Wota Craklt* UI1-4: k..... City Ad.hOIeS y.. JJ. 0110-' 11.1011.. 1. f&1,10I ; \ an I as storage space is generous t ilSin,
j N wa and Woalnr P.05-d Pntaot Jon.tk'>. V VankeriI Lw.fn/ Mr Nwak Kev series' range m price from handy. .
10 Movlo. "RaMrr/ of the T 8**." k 011 its Done Patrol III Mountain N.. $12,900 for an attractive two- closets through 4 tra pPfdA ( +
..10- II Commentil ,1 8""h.IQr rathvr 11 ItO.tolh.i.tsor .100-I.: 7 MH th* Prods. (Color) 11 CYnnht1tom50" I There are roomy
lobo Hunt r30-4 PlMword II ...... Land 1* tetu*. and AIUWWMl 4 Dig thaw. 1'11. Pnmy Me. bedroom one bath home to $18- out these! houses and most of the

10 Km, W.ube.AeM t r.mpl Hon.ton tftthmy PeHMI I 900 for a roomy four-bedroom, also a Urge storage -
1,301-4.7 models provide
If Now T Mr Honk ** .tot-1* W* Wot k* BMW Man -U.N.C.L.R.
.. ".II Th FUnlow- (Color) ,ISO-t sillI- bn"t :iu-11 Mrlta:I* N.., two-hath model on an oversized or utility room.
.'SO -4 101. 10 HMO> ,Hrhaol m* of th. Week .
.C-r-4 Ha"hl' 1. All Pr 00-* 7 fthhird Boon* Show lot with ninety-foot frontage Each been planned
11 have
( Hunt) Brink* krtow
Living areas
: .
Hawaiian lire Th
J On Stop B.iroodl -4 1* II Tyoon
10 Suiarfool l Donn* __ .00-1 Nor .U the Story I Praolnred .....*.". ,.color ) of the six models comes in three to make maximum use of available
12 Pntd
I aailnir KIMu 7 Watch, Mr Wl.ard 7 Florid horns t.30-4 Pntlen.t Junntlon different exterior!
S,48N.W.ur/ CronVIt Iris-/ br. 10 designs.A glass doors open
Raturday Hop 10 Miami Preaa CejifentnoeII Tw Tar TmI0 space. Sliding
It-II MTkr I' Boas
1-7, Nowi. -H ntl Brnklay ,00-4 Parr Mum 11 AmrMgoji Bandatand Nlehtlti. on (MM Mart Peyton Phut distinctive feature of Ihml'lttem onto breezy patios to help create
7 00 4 Doath Valley 1.1. .._
.b.rrr Hound ylHuoll 11.\1 B.mltfh.dtiM 4 Bold' Journal ..4S-It Paaaln* farad 10,00-4 Tire ft***** new homes is the use of of outdoor living
II N.ea1.41I2 a feeling
-t.l H*..I TrOO-4 La.it <0olor t 7 Bell Telephone RoarI
12 Merle'TBA.. Caonur lhe Conqueror" I*-II rVyton fine* .._\ Playhou** t.f Bill Dana: Show .7 I!... (..Itam.talI ) aluminum tiding on the exterior
lOlOO-4 rfc* Nniwot I t Moment of Bport* 7 Florida. Form 10-11 Th* raglctv wall This
t lO4 CBS Itffiort insures against rust,
a tOO-4 gmfeirf. 1. 10 .Leave It0 Beaver I A
1 MriUtr Tbtr (alt) 11:00- 4' 7'10 Kwa, Weather Sport GA STORAGE
1>.1 II Tbm Virrlnlan.it te ))Irk PoinllIt I Star gnd SwryIt 11 NlKhtllfe an the Cold CoolTIlG II New.' rot. cracking: or warping,, and the
Ir.aria and :r.hW T >p Htar HDwUii* .4 My' r.._. Martial Just mother day? Not )MR
Jlmmr DmnIO3O It110--11 Nero Sporn color finish that has been baked
a oo Pan
3.30-4 Billd JMrnty : ":;::I''b.: .. WAREHOUSE
/tle -4 8.. i Th* Jlon.r. t 1 Walt (Color 11111-1 Merle, Kure.111.41k weddlni
t> ** t Pioneer .II-r.'I; on will last for Furthermore. 5nnlveraryt7v'a
I4.I1 W 7 Tonlaht years.
11 Mw* Kpon* with .
B 10.1 OO !4 th/ndlf Hrrly/ : Slllbnil** II.oo-','-'. M.... TT.tkr., Sparta 4.00-4 7 Cloud a.lthnu.d 7 Theatr: I.oo-4 k.d: .ull..... .flew 11 Mm'1.. )'H.' LwrheS: :.h..cr.'I':: '' it deflects the rays of the sun
7 Mapelhk.nlMvauus.AOO.7 12.00It
.'. ia npuntan new. the
7 The' BaintMovlp, "T. Catok ThM"l IM&N.w.N..n., 'rTotttM. Boone I Wreettnp Ibe Rvkol 110I -II lUrKhtwatrh Movl making for a cooler interior. Storage by
It Roller
l 11 Mlrloyi lltBt-4 Mo.lo. llrataviuhotf Derby 10.11 Aroodalde1a1 01-11, Movl* I In the design and construction
It thamplonnhlp
>o 4 biak Van DTk4)| 1C Movl* "Amulni Dr. thlltorhouMi30 Bowling Lincoln Center Day - it _JW
: : ,10-1 Dancei-nun ... of these homes DayVeek .
110. attention
l .iM-... OB Broadway Tonight. 'I -1 Tonight web I Johnty Carson 7 Mvur- t 7. ( WEDNESDAYSEPT special 'I .,.
"Tb. Vbinu"t
10 II Mol.
10.II Burke Law ulorrIt Mo" l 8::00III.. Novak 10 ) H.nnns.y IS is ,liven to detail Each is built Year l.
6 I Elovrnicta Hour Month
1Dick Pow.ll Thenti : I l.hl_... 1..1 World of **r** 10.00-4 Candid Cm.n : with precision-manufactured com Q
/I1OS-I ... 5110THA S 7 The Mau. M.rnlnySome
/ .10 .
It 77 Bunaet Strip I High Huad ta Danger Soru. Dream I. Y.UPl"II poncnt parts to cabinet makers' USED FURNITURE am
- - 10 My M
1'I:iDO- tor w* "*.to.r. 8port - - Monday mpt>

It N.wr-9It hd v*) FRIDAY Evening. ._MOVM 1:00-10: 'Continent.' !! ) Cl" room APPLIANCES I 10CEAN BLVR STl1ART.FLk.
1. What t-lnet
4 My : :
'IK2I-4 Mvl. Klu. the Blood Off 1:00hen. Watk t:00- 4 Movlo, J ihnny AiMlllo" 17ef.AT.7.2300
Sport, \I TBAItAO4 tA1E
My Sned. lO.alo Wlior
I 7 Nan .I.94d Mow Weather, IOoMI WorldAftomoon
IliM I Merl.\ Tenlyht' touch with: ) Carlo' *. ; ; ..a_.4 Hawaiian t.. Th. UnUurhahlea Yes But Where j
10 On of Vena l
f Simo .
t Prutvred KUokera 1! Non Moody neopt) -
,...... .... .. .
11 Swltchi ( Mooa.r .> .<) .tiltMerle. You Cottn "
7 Out alike Blair lI.p.J" t do--10 Movlo No' .t Tim. r M.iry
.. ---1L :aLTHURSDAY ,1... Summer amiUr, "!. .... 1Mole. Amorloan Ouerllla'' In th* 4::1_ Movl. The IW.ii.dn- Did
lion t* Spare> Mino" ..." a Movie. Rpventh Veil" I Movl.. "Ch.. a Croaked Mil." Money Go?
;iO =1. Ceoilnmul CluirnoBto "i**-I Kd.e; Moa Bxploalot" ) It Miami Uncovered 1.1.00-10 Vo.i ..
IEPT IT 11 Movta.t "oo-a THAI .11 Oovornmetit of th"* Peopl* Iao--I Hurltlrknry NoandEvontat Top Tipsin
or- .oo-4 Movl' 'Touch Mid 0."' .7 Flipper I :01-11 M.btwau. N*. *
Morhbif(8am iMh .I Cookln with (!.. II Nightlife. on the Cold foaatTtSO 4iOS-II Movl M*. S Wages and salaries earned by

AttoraonNimo -4 Lull.Deal Comedy) Hour - Floridians last amounted to
( .* a Men.eq mpt4 ) tOO-4 I N..1Ipru, Woatkoy year
..1.-- Hummer B.m.. .... ..Mo4r.Cempar.U I.OO-It( Mario. M. ,lIo.d.r Romuwo assist In) Min4,10 7 t The Umarroa Lieutenant City L10NIAY ;10 Movl. 7 lays A.hnr $7,199000,000 16per cent pin
titO mmknloAn
gg-T II II L
.. from lilt Uroo Dialingfor -
htlae" II Utter limit over 1962 with
compared a national
Tr00. PotpouH. -4 \1..100. Port O...." OO7 M,. Maaoat 1.15-1 Bra H.nAd..to.*
Cr00- .4 Movl. "Hi. Girl Cent B.lp4 T Monet Th r.ady W.nl. Mlnk"a.40awr .SO 4 \'h. Defender Morning' It N.w.' .. Wnthor Bporl increase of 5 per cent the
II Mow.t
0too. II...., -Brld* for Bal*" amlhn" t The Tenan .lOO-4.T Continental CM......> IS-4 WoathayOtSO Florida State Chamber of Commerce .

An.i ... 18 HMklaoorr Hound 7 On. Sire UrnS ill-4 m "Int... -4 in its Business
(game n* Monday tooept) It rUkln,. WUM. .fwrtti4S ".11 L..._.. Welkt irtlon. to p'.IIa.I\: t Ilnntky. .rt."ler Bwport reported Weekly More Pleasant
h0o- It Movie) .They Mad Her a -* Vl*.*'.ntut... : -1.1 Movie. "'1'11. Matfnt Game .iSO-4 Oolleg. of tb* Air 10 luarfoot: Review released Sept 6.

Inal.f| .,30-4 Summer Playhouao ,., Contlnonul (J1u..... (Color) 11 (21.,.... "The biggest in the
,, .KW-4-k Xwi, Start*. WotajuMK.i.WlDt'rn 10 Hollywood Pause. Variety II Comedy Tlm.O 4i4_ wow* Walter CronVlfo7 payroll state
tOrIM 4 Ounamok ,4O-II Hpanleh If... '. -Nowa Huntloy! Brlnkloy last year was the combined public
; 1 nunt. )lId." ..._10 Movie Dark Mirror". ...1-4 Nan I. Bpanlak 10 II Nowi payroll which amounted to $1 I.-
tpp"t .ilO-11 Oan..tow. II Tho Deputy f Bunakln AI..... Tao-4 D..tk Valley, Dayst Phoning
1.1t I.. Mast 10..II-U.II Mk* Teat Innjll,00 11 Ulv V. Thla. Day B.ttl.llr. 635,000000 up 10 per cent compared
4, t, f, Iht N.
.tSS- Unity Dally Word 7 1'h. aonymnrn.n
II 11 tv..IMP. *** with a national increase of
1151-1/ Top I SnorteHtlO
.. '
II Men 11 N. WeatherTiOO 11 Wl B J.rno.17.IS4
.,10-4 B.ot 'er ,Ita }*MI -4 Champlonebnj" Wreetlhuy" -4 Popey flayhoua Piu.lnir Pand 7 per cent The Florida total was .
11r.1Mu.la.. My Bin Cunbu"11.20T ) 1-7 Today ,..10B!! lUporu w. .
Hontkr" BrlnkU ImportIt I' tvorld.I nade up of $876000000 paid to
> Other Continental ClM.roomt I.' Th. VIntnl.. (Color) d
1t The., *UM* I 1111-4 Movl. "Snows of Klllman. 111... II.II A4..lu_ of Oukt aid state and local employes; $413- ,o+

=-W'_ Q..lrheI. laro"I : 7 ISO'-4 N... Harriett 000,000) to military personnel stationed
Home of Wo"11te0It wN"y.Yaw"ltY'
10 Carmiial 100 4 FYI.v ,
1 "_a..U-r. Irt.tloy
.Movie. ITnknowa Tor"l1al Florida and
11 Movloliot II tatty Duk Khnv in $346000-
II NSomwsCbehraa Nam.0ppp50 It Starlight Theatre.. -4 Captalk KangarooI 1 SO-4 Hiivorly. Hllllillll. 000 to federal civilian employes.
S lNct .. 10 Wreatlln from T_ .
CHRISTIAN Do 11- Plod te III.... yI .7 Today li 11 ghlndli 4
:: lOO-10 Dene, Clu."hltab. an't1Merle /r 00 4 Dick VIA T>yk. Show "Payrolls of trade establishments a .s
RADIO !s'lks Modern. .** .Theatre. ItOS-II Chow Ho. I iIO-1* 0...... Pals '.7 Movl. "Carver1. (wholesale! and retail together) rand
1,00Champloneblp WrottHnc 10. Mlokcr
The ,10-1. Today ibow II
I 11 Highway Honrioooer Patrol7.JO ltlerlSuet.. 10 Xeport ,.M-4 t".... willi..... Show close! second, totaling $1631-

RADIO STATION WSTU 1. Comedr" Special 4l08U MOVK. N*. I 41- 10 Funny Company lOoo-a 1BA 000.000, f cent, slightly .
: : up per
10.II r'nnnp 6ii.il - - t 00-4. Movie, "cool'S 4 Dinny K.y Show
EACH MONDAY 7ilS P.M.RCAVICTOR .00-10.11 Krmeri' Dauthters&io..4 SUNDAYSEPT Deliblo Draw 1.T Clov:. .ntk poop under the national gain Florida I urra'wdrr

RoaU I* 7 Mae Douglel Show |0 Dick Powoll Itoatra manufacturing plants had a 4,
I.7 Bob Here. SO 10 B.nlo Billy 11 77 Bun .it <*trlpIllOO pay"roll a. '
10-It Addami Family ,.3':01 -4.I.7-10 ) ...' "_, tportlII of $1.109000.000.() ) up J per lei

too-111 Valentine.. Day Morning' t ani Andy N.m.Sill Hhiiirlllr2l4 cent and ctonrrnct "construction ,
II Mornln Playko*** Movt.. "Thl. Lan nf Our."
II Twlv Otlook
JO mall Iowa UiA .ilO--II Comedy Tim 10.00Hen ..q I 1.30-1.T Tonlnkt' with Johnny firms paid out $570.000.000, a 7 w
.10-4 Twillrhi Son. wi**" -li Now* and. Wtky t.7 Make Room for Daddy J-n..... (Color cent gain. Both of these' gains t r
7 tOO-4 Cartoon o-vllle 10 Be.t of (IrourholOilt Mo.I.I "Sop Moot Girl.. per
I.1 0. rands
living Color" TVPt..Kt'ORM 1*II Th. fit.** I* RlgM t Farm' Aim... -1-7 NeweIttlO II IurllthThu.... bettered the national averages. use
,, lOtOO 4 Alfred Hluheeak. .11 7 7 Ma. .Clraui..;1 -4 11...* toeyt I.OH-II Mliktwata Mv.* "Service establishments had 'a rt A
Merw 4105 .61. Mavl
f toW.rr.; : of the WkI0i30 1u0-4. M iperecr }\ f Word orI'wIn'l ;i..i') + 'total payroll of 1038000.000
I I Agrloultur tree ID. la --------
It Prleo Right
-4 Portrait 7 up 6 per cent one point under
10 Stump the Rtari G...pl. Tim II tOO+Concnnlrctlon 4 MoCoytS7 the national aiII'. This

r l i4B II -HlKKw.v it Mtk Patrol That Bnnr 8 II..00GoollOl Bunrla' The.tr tarerltet 10-II Ut the M.....* 846 RecipientsOf includes!' hotels, and other category accommodations :;t tBe
IliftO: -4 I.V-K New*. Into. IrMMIt 11 too -4 Iwo That Bo
I N... 11I",100. Prelude to Kant* t Jeopardy (Col Wl places of amusement!

I 11.aMo.I... ..T...... \too..I". t Bullwlnkl 10.11 Mholng Lli"k* and the like"Financial. I
I tills.' TOI..hl. .11. Joboay C..... 10 II Hlngln 111... Tim. I In Dial. IllOO--4 1'1.' .. \ Aid
III Movlo. "Ruaun"i5eJa I Hay' When Institution/ combin.
a SO-7 Clraua Boy .
10 11 Pathor Know* Bait
t : : )nytt.aab-Variety 0l.. Nor 1 7 Olreu Boy II iSO-4 ....... for To*>*row ed with insurance and real estate

:) -I :II 10 bowl!.tc.1I1o\l Caravan:. Chapel rt. t-7 10.11'7.nno.Truth or Coneeeu* Imo I* Pod M Color) During August I firms, had a payroll of $462.000.* sure to consult your telephone directory
SATURDAYU 1,40-4 the 141. ( up 6 per cent Payrolls of
CuWln 1111
CE OVI'D-'; ; I I t.T;"'ll'.o.: !,!tS-1.1.11 N... Rev Paul M Cassen! chairman trnnlpOt1atlOl'Com'Janies\ amounted for the correct number. A good idea:

RCA VICTOR ......nl.. I It N... All.._ of District _to $342.000000! up 3 percent refer to the number as dial.
10 Welfare Board
tilt-I Th. Simi Heart ..00-. to.. or Lit. reported Commumcauons and you
.. public
.1In.rI.. ano "Mee
II Movlo r filar that In Martin 846
ckrenONEYEA" kor>irilv* Lama trees 111* 1.30. -4 PalHl for Today t.I Noel..r 1Ild. Walk. ''ola.. mtility firm i paid $20)1000,000)
1 assisted in the four
I,10- Crud Tlm 1'11. ChrUloph.ro 1 persons were ( w age t! ahJ salary. Vorktrs last
..ML1rm.*. for*** J.ii'oII"1a a
WARRANtY ( nortaon of roe" 1 Drd.PIo.h.u. categories of public assistance dur
1111-11 ll Now I C.m"r1m.. Ithl-II .. II year 7 per cent over 1962 Mines,
on all parts including youf color TS Pim4ptna CooldSloTtaP1t ..4.- t Kaored Meart liat 4 KIWI ing: AugustA Farms and '"miscellaneous categories
1000. 4 Lamp Unto My few I I:iSO: 4 Aa tka. WarM" Tmnot total of 240 'received
tubel! pcYsons
picture f I..u. ,, t Patti' For Today I L tl M.k. 1 Des"* accounted! for the balance of
EXCLUSIVE SALES ft SERVICE I oe.. "C."I I. 7 Still I amall V.0. T Girl Talk old age assistance of $12.262; tenpersons the wane-salary total
Corned Tim* 11'rou.lant WoraVlp. Mow I II 77 tint klrlp iIi4t received aid to the blind
1,50-.trrlnlhr.l: a*>ort 10.30. look U. ".d MI .. -I H* M> Ouaa_DlaaoMloiirOO "The $7.000000000 t'aYtolIn\
FRANK'S TVandAPPUAIStCES Hit, PI.to.'hI., I I. Mr Love" I, | ..4 P..ulu'"d totaling $629; 133 families representing Florida last accounted for hOper
tt Lass hoer 7 Watah M,.. Wliard 0., La...... YounfiJ 439 children received lid! year
11! 1-i amble'. 10 Bible Talk ( -10-11 Ma.. 'cent of the 'total personal income .
tm dl to children in the
11 I. O 4 HOIIM Pirlf
lleedqutfll tohIIg tKK>..4 : t t Movie. Hright Kyea1 Day In Court M is urces. This total came to 4
"% Cotor TV f Pet Club lhat t May .... Its'--4.I Nowa ions received aid to the disabled $11.933,000,000 and showed
It Burfot It ...I.1r Worship/ H .. 10 U. Howird and Woium'i NOW* in the amount of $3.321. a lam1, _
| II First Bantlrt Chet SiO .-. To Toll th* Yeast rate of pin slightly lest than the -
..ai..JiI.\. 010 P1yt..e 11130. -I Adventor. In hn1h. t.7 Anther World m addition twenty-seven children .! payroll m Florida and 'the nation
7 People. Are runny 10.|| o.nora Mo.i>lul
II IJU1M I Thwtr ,. ... received service during themonth is well.
: >> fn 8kul-la* lit-4 Now' i ihomet.
ni\1i .15-4 Ktp.rm.* II._-, ".al... a.alkr* and a.30_ San of Kllkl six of whom were in foster

f Holland ,., t Say (Color) The total state and local ;
It '
-"A\.i'rh"I : led Y.\DaII"for a Day
t.00 t Aftern*nUt001 .,00 twn* cost for these! child welfare service on the District t 10() Welfare Board Fr

It ;:. Billy i U of Bold.'1.. Jonrne va Moutkera. Methoillal. 7 I M Hlnkoy>:Uh Cimo Moai: Ctak was $369.51. I by f Mrs. Charles R. Greenlees and d

f Comedy M aline* 10 U ram Ollark.. llib Martin County is represented( Mn. Esther Fenton :of; Stuart
10 Navy film of the Week. 4.JO -4 Move. ....! ,....." _
Almost Everyone Listens To 11 Top Star Bowling I 1IIIm.,. "
WSTU It,IS--II llarkouae ItIt 7 Mo.I.. "BorniillM"I i' 4r7rd 1i
STATION .30I I* Teea Keen *.II MOor AdaM" TraD.Yt.1dh1 '
RADIO 10 Toe. Noon* Mow Save lied
11 Milwaukee Bravo* I.... AKortoa Nwat4t '
MUTUAL NETWORK .*... FULL 'TIME 1450 K.C. IS.41.-4 Haliunor Colta e.. a.1 1I ... 5y ,DOI Moa Hunt )
{ roo-.4 ..h..It.'P..p.. .. I 10 Woodr. WodBkoIt
I III Ch.mplon.hlp Bn.II... UN Tim r
It DI...rsry ,,a_4 To.1 Boar S ; f

I .0:0&04'1': ttre PkTCltilhAT51p. 1.3I. burl. .Eo..... M. Near" I. ARO Mow ( i I Please be careful not to confuse the letter
S1tW1 t Prv1DST It L.u. rod A.am.roLOUR l/ Purl and HI. frload :
ems ST,('Ix NPWil' AND WHATUBKOHMCH ,....... elHST $'4t l| riihlnr Woatkor, laorajI j' "0" with the numeral "0" when
'FinalLrnu. dialing.
,.. CLAP. eKxaSAUM St t Pluklni r 1
: Sense tale ...
: le' r STI:'*, sat ;rrl4 0 t54 M5MTi .
: Wrtk at frllO BUM: 0'M.aIIdN _
: tOO-4 I Nan W the. Sports
0 Hlrlkdr. dko* .*. U.it.a/ "..- 7 Now. Woatke*
xooro' M Httt Na.sb. tt Movie Ma. Forty of Ivll"It
kl flaw., M (KM ..4..... : Satlaal R.weMOIDAT Bportt Lot* .

.ilO-U 0.-...,
.. -- -. IhleN.1Nee., tv...... Sport

tMW UTt'BDAT BCMDAYllrM ..10-7 Hl.hway ......

IIDATIall 1iM World B*..IU. Closet. rrbn 1,15Wnthe
Wattd 55 Mole I*,IH MullollIwilW a.t aN ...*.M ...... .tao-4 Mown'
t Manlier Brrokley .....
Now ...., aN s
I"1115.h101. SNr4Ilia Ibis, M.... .( MwtaM .., .t sn _.. et1A. I Now*. Wiht rr f g11
S.w. lira Sewn' ......) ,11 rkere***
.11III W.... el ..... 11.1 N ord .. Moat 11,00 Learn llh0 w4t, -4 New*-Walter Oookh* S

I'.sI ....... IS.1.r1 : NO41 New. *f -F.nS) 1'oiiii suds, U5rs..I.11ors t II'1-B.wa N.wa:-IU Hut-tier.a CoekruTiOO Brlakkey ,
1.- J
fits) Nn f'ISI ,*...... 1t.". Welt 4 Mr'. Kdt
IIM Wt el Moat ......* Mulct t Mevt. Lert Hr1anII 5 rt
IliM Son aAa Mem* r* AAIHM t04 "' .. Palmaor Blngerl
.. .. "
lUtM World .( ,sal. 141 ......, P.e.ssdo TiM-4 T* Tell tb. Trait.
IliM NtlMl W._ 1Aw.: t' O..d y .....- I.7 II.... f -1I 6
llrMI ..*.... C. News 1/nase...... --1' I: haws 't tldl/ '..11 V.....* I* tk* BoUeea of the In Florida t
II.M 5MeLIII 105 Au.F.eu.ed.. lUaBtoo A
..._a_ pkLIIM ,111 4 rv Cot Bunt
An .... I :
***> ::
MNM/r. s:dN mw fM .. Ipnude YCIANNELMASTER i Nr30-4 Ad. .
ISdHI *<**k MktiMK Ion toad* SfcW :rM K:waan 10-11 M* time. :: I.ree.sle
| *". Ira: New* rte w 4.F ....... ..00.-.4 loop Skew after swim beer is natural
La 5' a
I* II Wendy and M* a
I alas:KM .I'Artr. >-r Sod:: P-*. "*-* u_. lit*. ,,M-t Mony Harpy ....r.. ,

..... 4ae ward __ I.7 "011.... c:= t stlow .i..l Hr*>. r* Vo.* ,*. II... CVe.kylOiOO
WIf /
/Af... Mask A_ fU w Odes "Neare ..i** .Mlro'll*.*taws| r). frM sad 11 "Golden -4. :.Inc Pars l OD I flee! rornmer dar,t dip ta i coal RRMI slab YMniedMfrf
I 1 Mkek
... bs'5tO 4.a RII II.w W olt. rttt_. EqaaOf rcrrestiaw< wha. tfacwmb
CI. .,ne 0perte .h 11.11 Be* Caaey ywrtt nlaifaf
.11III PLelda PL Wawa.a Soil R o4 tkv Cl..dup a. "' .... s. Crosi Fire"Installing ,IwIO_ 4 Broadway flee Loll MitlMaldlh/he5'TttaM of beer.There\' hanthr' aoothet fcw.
.. Mama Ca. Bawl IM "' .- 11-.11 Wen, wwa.k
0u NtlMMll l".... 11 HMBO Itodbw tnt toes: H.nid..... ., Truth crag. around that nun what. fv* *. for fan ka nadk M been

.it* Made ,. D/daa !II.w* Too ...,.. Mati Muse t powerful, Golden llw-r, .ko.. -,M.k.- ODit irlgr.hM1r.erlv a511wltdltil When you take the time to dial with
,,_ ..
a* ,Now* d Ib.w II Urllakt TkoawoI1il
.>.411 Pulse Learn.TO .AtM e. ..... 11.tR 0rI tiM TtM .fkjA ay.wl. tlowlla : Cross Fire is actually likt mor.tn .I. -..4 ,...*> ,.._ Okow arch.iDM tM rip eoIId eI ._ 'M ... "-... and it' much
lad nl ._ taws TV set Rifles nearer the 1* M nW.... ......, "N.w.' Mal fTM BMr4 | your )iM...t ....... Your 1amI r.01) boa k abo a pka rcU11stn.ssda flit more convenient
'aI' .* .. "15.' ,lie ..... atat OIL. You'll tee sharper, clearer I**-I* tpoiikik Vow
star ire .Sin lice Handof
MM sT/ theedomw/nd
MndI1mk to
.Ml 11.00j.dlS I II MWltwaMk M* M4t paTeD11 ear tigta teaeleY
C-Jf -b. .lace S's.s Po+; 'ItIIIIM I Bow pictures: on all channel. --'1| Ml 1 eer IIItt ale, I...........II t-soy be Ie bTlpoctaut.iii
****) Tin**) : Snot. WW - '
0! ,Nmm. Nnrws4l.bI1M N..INr Wilcox.H rdy TV TUESDAY mc-.s
5 Mm.1o fr.. U. tin tin I

2151IIM. '.. *(I.".*.*. M WoMk.. elf** Z *JU fcE!: DM!.CItMM aU.0...IIMoat... III Rerili_beer koet wW. r..1ritI& relm&atXrnD Southern \ Bell

..- AT 7OJ4J ellsM 4iMr Mr .... .Modor. @ sum MIWBS v100A2 ac.
SIt 707 ItM Iricl (row.*raN* braou" _.% < .. tit r.t...
lid* era TIP*-It ri'-aiarr> M&MO. *


.... rGiaww a.t'tkt' ..
NAeM" r +v a ';

STUART: (Florida) NEWS Thursday. September 17. t964 3 f
:_ : :

Murray High( School Opens at Carver Gardens Port Salerno I

.. .. ",", .. ., ........'\1I"'I."t." i ..i .. .. .ym. ."r ....... r. ,.
... 9 > : .' I ",

'< I' t''"rI':: e a- "
7,1 '
L ; ...... \ ; : I
'" .' '$# ,,-It J!: ", J>,"k. ; ';
\ ':: .. 2iI ,, "'" A :
tI ...>WIo''t .t! J- 1 rtH'

.I ,.. .


;rl.J J :: tr.. ai".

r wati

f r .. -

\ : .._ "

\ (D-. ......- .. .::'1' '
I l'' .
f 11II
\ < 'M' .. .....,. .. ,< I' L:
,.O. ""'" '" ,.
S 1f, .
o/ .
< '"
1:." .,,... r;
"1 '
!,'" ,Yf'''' j. r
> !L .t JIt"
;'- ,
: :: -
"" .< .,
I SPACIOUS SHOP ROOM with modern equipment i is found at er Prctlon, tarry: Mdl. .,11 Raymond) : Metro amiimer\

:_ II't;; '[(1. ', ', 71 new high school. Working in the shop from left to right (irov Thomas.

.j, tI"' ', ...f! II, $550,000 Plant Is ,

tJ, '. : A Credit to County I

--" -- -- I
Martin County's second new \
I high school within the past'' year I Elementary School' Carver Gar> J
Murray! High School at Carver
'dons' elementary Mudenls now go I d
Gardens-\enl into operation at to East Stuart Elementary I Ii I
|I th. opening of the fall term.
i According: to Principal: Edwards, |
| The new $r'MMK) school plant the students and teachers are very
I ,, rt I s't''t which i* actually an addition toI I well pleased with the new faclIII j I
) 't c I Carver Uardons elementary I School, |I ties, and will be even more so when
i: replaces Stuart training Schoolas 'I the I construction waken complete" '
high school. SIS !became '''the finishing touchei and move
I E a"-1 Stuart I lemcntary School I lout
1'olt the beginning of the fall. terns .
1 i I School official are alto thinking
i iK I t I Under Principal Ernest E.d! abet I date for dedication,
ward, at Murray there are cur- ,' .
ceremonies: Principal" Fd"ards reported + 4
a ently seventeen teachers, four htit" no definite dull has .
other employer, and 325 Mudcnit. !been decided pending completion .
I The student capacity of the school ,lof minor work, around the school: '
is 3)2, i The dedication: probably/ will be
I Murray High, located at Port 1 in October. "
: Salerno is In nearly all respect'
'Wow. similar in \design!: anJ architectureto
the new Martin County High 'Hold Harmless' !

I School. ,, ;
It 11 of modern architecture and! I
| one story It has long pussagcwi, I Clause Stricken i'' .,,"
I I II open courtyard: interior planting,
and soft pastel colors. It wet deI I II It MODERN: IQUIPMENI: Including swing-out seals on the work tables, i its. especial!* notable in the
SPACE TO HIDE THINGS ii usually a description! for school locker" The above locken are onlya I signed by architect:.* Armstrong, In Channel Deal biology laboratory, Ell Howell la the teacher,
I few that can be found in the school. These are in the physical education dressing room. I Pryor and Associate, o f Stuart t _c_..__ _._ ____ ...__ _.
General contractor: was Netlo ConitrucUon
: < Company of Ver Heady.I A "hold harmless" |UUH\ .,"", \
Doth, built) MCHS. I twined in an Au,. I 11 agreement I
: ,7" [r' .. : I I AIM, similar to MCHS the on emergency work in the St. Lucie ;,
I Inlet area between the Army I
building! is divided inM' two yen-
.' i oral sections. The cast side is for Corps of engineers and Martin
:.< ', I I academic I classes and the west side I County was deleted by the Mir-
S .d { xvW n M for phyou-il education and shop. tin County' Commission at a meetIng I I
i The building generally contains Tuesdi)
a gymnasium, mathematics laboratory I On Au,. 11 the Martin County t
library, snack !bar, stage- Commission, authorized! the Corps
music room, biology and cliemiv to spend JO.XM()! ) in emergency''' :
try laboratory', home economics funds to clear and deepen the n.
room, offices I and general shops I laming channel from the Inlet to a..; w I ryw4uw
A gateway pf masonry is at the Intracoastal Waterway.The .
the front ol the building' 1 he large county, agreed In several.
( sign will hjvc a track for sliding, I "points in the resolution. among''Ir
r a.p Alikt letter. (them: "To hokl and save the United .
r s r tMA t One of the largest single areas! Slate free from damage* due,
t v of the school; is the g>mna. uim. r to construction work," <
It is about twelve feet smaller than 1 he Corp" this week told the ,
the MCHS gymnasium which is : commission the -stipulation" not ,i !
I j ninety-fife feet by ninety-five. (nl. I necessary on thi* particular pro/-1/ I I
w The Basketball floor Is regulation I eel. I he Corps forwarded a new :,
I? a ",Coe'':hit dour feet by fifty feet i agreement embracing all original
( The gain \1\IH !eat! about 9(11)( ). (points encrpt: the "hold hannksaduuae. I'
Near the gymnasium are the I The commfiMion approved
1 shower for physics! education Ihe agreement. I
clashes, dressing, ; rooms, training I According to County Commls-
room office for coaches and lion chairman' frank VVicna. the
physical education teacher, equipment I county could not find authority
/ t, room, and Imkls.. I in Ms statute to agree to Ike
t, The shop room mil home economic "bold hllrm ..." cl /use. The commission
J,.., f1'1/ room contain the most t 1 fell it Uul. not want to ?
"'" \< 'II modern" equipment available. I obligate future generations, cwt+ y
t. The building has I total of fifteen I
.:f.1l: 0, classroom! including those I' APPIICATIONV JnN
that were once Carver GardensXI 't
Dyke Howell Car........" 111.
to Susan Marie Son of feuart.I ,
I Charfe* Samuel larrlel' to Mall:.

''Dean Worth Adsrholl' both t>f I. ,11,1 I I LARGIAr; ItuO'I.n. the/ enure *cKn" ,,01 l I N the' gymnasium ,It. i k about" the same to a* the' new gym at
Martin" ( School. A H situ of the
.. iinry High, 1I.p-fft\llljc room on one ttvm
-- --
... ,
c .y, y. .ere bw
r ,.., .
{ "' "
LrLr. ..... ?
LL: J n I ;.' off'rA 't I ..,,! r ,
At. s.1a ;
'd.,).1., .1:.............. '

... \., t\I V ..:. ..:._- ''iiIi til1Ia. '

a ate r ,

'1 ,
t ty ,1Il IrR/ '
a r +tkv.n Qx 7t ,)
4P ill

.I "

t a S ,, f .
f' ,.
'f! 1.0
'. .


I. .
s' Y "rl ., t t t, twit a.M

Ja k wa r''tit

rt r J
.* _
"" s+ Jlf ss ,, w g., gi
r I ....
a r< a i+. Miwa rMrg,+aaa 1ta NarYlx MyY.

trv\m LOT GOOD FOODwt* in evidence taheaa this picture tour at her girls, from left I* right JUa/lM Manwuifs. XosiUwJ ntrsarAL LRNfZf EDWARDS sund ja th* reception office LJMURr at Murray' High i it compact and very tnnctiw.: When
we. taken io the borne economics room at Murray High. Mr*. Hollosrray, J oflMtt Taw, e4 Crxt AOmnoii. AS madras in the trout of the Iluild nJ. |III front of him to die schooTi pagingeyiicra. thin picture was taken only a 'few" of Mw books ka4 'been moved imo
la H. Walingsea, ***** at right emplaJii the alpripmeat b .onwaieaca an metudrt te Ibaa sae!. Secretary b 14"" AJke Divm. the room It adjoin the administrative suite.TilE .

---- --

n ."'110,..., + ..t '



THURSDAY' StPltMRfcH' 17, 1964 Mangrove Swamps 7'

Pub&hcd every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard, Form Attractive

Stuart, Martin County, Florida .
Entered! M *econd-cla mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida The opinions! expressed are thoseof
the writer. If desired, letters _
MEMBER OP: Wilderness Areas are printed above i non de plume
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The New knowing
the of the Let-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION TO MOST PEOPLE the mangrove swampsof name writer. '
ten sent in filed
anonymously are
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS South Florida!. are ugly blots on the land. In the waste basket.-Tbe Editor
scope which must be tolerated only until the
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor bulldozer or the giant suction dredge attacks SAYS' PARENTS SHOULD
and conquer them PAY FOR ERASING:

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two yean 'SENIOR 64' SIGNS

$8.:O. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these ratei) BUT. ACTUALLY the mangrove trees, Editor Stuart News:

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, crouching on their stilt.like legs form a final One of the disgusting sights
Six month $275, three months 175. frontier of wilderness area along the coasts around the county is the Senior

Foreign and Canadian rates on application and up the rivers. They are Immensely at. 64" ,signs painted on everything

tractive to naturalists and, when they are event I say that the county should
clean up all these place, and what.
ually gone something irreplaceable will have
ever the cost, it should be proportioned
They Need Same Energy We Devote to llurl'icanesUgliness vanished. so that each and every
parent or guardian of each and
4 EXCEPT in rare instances! where they remade every student graduate of the

and Pollution Slow Storms national or state park and as in Martin Class of '64 would pay their share
t ,
County an Audubon sanctuary, the great man of the cost of the cleanup

grove swamps" are doomed by the encroach. This sort of action would be
We Must Face Up to' in CountyA ment of man. Because they are riverfront and bound to bring out the names of it '
those who did this and refusal to ; .
just back from the oceanfront" dweller, the j'\\ ?
tide of development can no more be stayed pay by parent of those not responsible -

vast amount of energy was generated ed together disposing of sewage wastes by from them than could Canute hold back the would leave the county .y {
here by Hurricanes Cleo and Dora, the first septic tanks that drain into the well fields from sea able to collect from the parents of
those who actually did this vandalism -
a mild hurricane that hit us and the second which these! same home owners pump their .

a big buster of a blow that raised hob in drinking and bulbing water. BUT THEY deserve word of
a apprecia As a taxpayer, I see no reason
St. Augustine Jacksonville and to the north. Polly threatens more human lives than any tion from someone who know them well. I why we should shoulder the costs .

We refer not to the energy of the storms hurricane that ever hit this count. but the admire the mangroves, both as individuals of correcting this vandalism 'i -

but to the human energy expended in preparIng only ones alarmed' about her are the County and as Spartan entities banded together to face I have waited a long time to .. I L
for them and in cleaning up after Cleo. Health Department and!, lately, the County their inevitable Thermopylae They are brave see if anyone else would complain :- "

Think of the many thousands of man.hours Planning and Zoning Board which is considering trees. In the battle for survival, they display about this through your paper.

spent in putting up storm shutters, trimming mandatory sewage treatment plant for genius in the architectural flying buttresses of But no one has

shrubbery, sawing up fallen trees and hauling the larger subdivisions their roots They defy sea and wind; grab, These vandals are probably
them away-and the many thousands of dollars If we displayed the same energy in responding hold and build land, and send their childrenoff proud of their handiwork, but I

spent buying extra groceries, flashlight, to the threats of these two "slow to seize new holding for the tribe in far think it is disgraceful

nails, emergency: stoves and lanterns hurricanes thut we give to protection from places Outraged Citizen

When the storms come men act and they their windy sisters, we could have a beautifuland .

act swiftly to protect lives and property. They safer county. GUIDED BY curiosity, I have walked KEEPS: IN TOUCH

haul boat out of the water to safe places. Prevention of ugliness and establishment across! the great mangrove swamp at the south BY SUBSCRIBINGEditor

t The sound of hammers pounding furiously is of beauty take planning money and hard end of Hutchinson Island and the lesser but Stuart News:

j heard all over the county as if a terrific build work. Health protection, the ending of pollution still formidable swamps In and around Peck A friend sent me a copy of The
ing boom was in progress Volunteer leave is a matter of governmental l firmness, wise" Lake To me such swamps offer the same challenge Stuart News-Aug, 20 YesterdayI lilt TOP 1IIRFE in the senior division of the recent Jaycee-sponsored Labor Day Beauty Pageant
their homes to man emergency shelters There and efficient planning and spending lot of as mountains to the mountaineer Theyare saw the enclosed clipping from were, left to right Pamela Axton, third; Karen Broome, second and Jill Rambert, Miss Muitio

is work and cooperation at every hand, because money there and there are secrets in them. the Knoxville Tenn, Journal County of 1964 65WINNIR .
This rw'hi!: : I have been listen
storms are swift and the need for
pro The greatest stumbling block: toward protection ing to the Today! program and!
tection is acute and self-evident! the destructive winds of THERE ARE three types of mangrove: the
from slow hearing about Dora All of these" ..' .
But there are other slower storms which ugliness and (pollution i II that neither governmental red, which II i the squatty tree crouching on made me think of the very pleas .'.,, .
affect our lives and property even more disastrously sources or the people a* a whole regard its roots along the waterways and tributaries; ant years or winters !spent in FlorIda

and about them we do little They them as "acute and self-evident dangers." the white, which is a straight, pole.like tree The last five were in Stuart ., ti
receive no newspaper headlines and no hour found usually in clumps immediately buck and my last fishing trip was about
We learn to live with ramshackle
ly reports on their progress from the radio gradually and road that from the red; and the black, which is a majestic the first of March 1961. I had a ;-4,.':
buildings ugly sign-cluttered
station. spreading tree with a single' bole as the serious illness in 1961 I and have .
One is Hurricane Ursula for Ugliness, destroy more property values than any hurricane base and wide'spreading branches above Both not been back to Stuart. .- "

whose greatest winds are the eventual shapeof And until! an epidemic strikes, the slow the white and the black mangrove send up I did! most of my fishing out t tjl
of pollution allowed to continueIn
things for the worse simply because nothing ravages are thousands of pencil.sized breathing root of Pirates Cove :
well fields and into rivers
wa done for the better when it could have our our which cover the swamp around them and! ex Since I cannot go back to Stu.
been. County and city commissions are reluct tend higher than the usual tides, art, I would like to keep In touch
UrsuUi damages are highways bordered ant to budget tax:' money for genuine beautification so am enclosing my check for a

by billboards and littered with beer cans. They efforts-and yet public dollar spent In WORKING your way back through the subscription to The Stuart New rE'T''k ,
that direction! would dividends In increased I have always read!, with interest! ,
are old ramshackle buildings! with rotted beams pay roots of the red mangrove along the waterway
and blown out window in the heart of town, vulucs: of taxable property. barriers you climb and thread your way slowly your Sincerely I

s there because! governmental authorities lacked They, and the people they serve are re- like a man In a maze, backing up frequent. O M Watson

the courage to condemn them and order them luctant\ face up squarely to the fact that, as ly to find better passages, but once through Newport, Tenn. }$

torn down. They emerge. and shape our live a community j grows it must have pure, treated you come into the.easier wql! jLg,oj(.bjjick' /.,and,"Dm. Mr f. 1 Watsonanks ); -
when civic: beawKicitloj plans awrcUher never water and it must end all contamination of white mangrove country-and then, in most for sending us Walter
produced or allowed to collect dull in pigeonhole water supplies''a primary rule of health In all of the swumpi, into hidden, high hammock Amanns article, which we are

*. 1 .' civilized place which are covered with tall cabbage palms reprinting!
Ursula i is the slowest storm of all and she And, in conclusion we might remind our bay tree and many exotic species of trees and -The Editor

has been blowing here for a long time. She readers that them llen are primarily the shrubs whose seeds were washed there from

reaches eighty mile an hour In the unscreenedauto responsibility of an enlightened public. the West Indie JAPANESE VOUIII .......
junk yard and she blow at 100 mile an You hoarded up. You pruned You hauled WANTS PEN: FRIEND

hour when a potentially beautiful landscaped away debris! You stocked: with food and THESE ISLANDS of peace: and stillness In Dear Editor:

entrance to a town becomes t substandard' safety' supplies. All on account of the threatof the heart of the great mangrove swamps, where I am a Japanese boy. 1 am

roadside slum of fruit shucks and cheap-jack some wind and water. there is no human footprint except your own nineteen years old I would like
I stands! But what have you done this month or are great places to sit in tranquility. Any very much to get a friend of my

Another slow storm, which may hit some the past year to fight the encroachment of sound is magnified in them such as the fall own age In your country. I ant
day with full force is Hurricane Polly for ugliness or to support the elimination of pollution of a palm berry or the progress of a land writing to you in the hope, that
Pollution a musty wind that we generally other than to "sweep them under the hermit crab over the dry fronds of the hammock The Stuart News may be able to

t overlook because it costs so much to protect rug' and forget that they are here and growing floor You do not feel it, but you hear help me to get who in touch wish with to a
young person may
ourselves against her ? and! sense the wind overhead. You see tree have a pen friend here

Polly is here right now (while we look the Our county and city ,governments will act snails-not the vividly colorful snails farther I have come to feel that a
other way) in communities where hundreds! to meet the threat of these storms only if to the south" but our own subdued type- friendship developed through correspondence -

Indeed thousands-of homeowners are cluster the public demands such action and there are clump of wild chrysanthemums would! be an excel

s blooming In profusion with shoestring ferns lent method to promote mutual

hanging from the palm. Wild Spanish bayonetand understanding! and friendly rela .>

r wild! cereus are established on them and lions between our two countries IN ITJ CLASS was this hydroplane piloted by Charles Cundiff, Fort Pierce, m the Labor

Time to Correct high Court's 'Interpretations'U. ; In them the boa constrictor tree, or strangling and! also to contribute to peace Day boat race at Jensen Beach, Its forty-four horsepower are capable of skimming it along at sixty
fig swallows palms.OCCASIONALLY. In the world. miles per hour It frequently leave the water'* surface for flying leaps
Writing and reading in English -- -.-- -

11: S. Constitution Protects Liberty; you encounter a shell will be the most English{helpful, language to me in If studying this ;, ..,1 : : lilI.t
mound on the swamp's edge or, deep within is not possible I would appreciate \,: : :;,a" : ;" :.
the as sn unexplained sand hummock iof.' \ ;' '' ,.:j.
i Amendments Foil Court swamp it if you could pass along this O/t' t ''' ;t6. \; t .
covered with palms, an ancient burying spot letter to any school 0 r church .. r .
I of the Indians! who lived! along our coast You group in your country.. I look. for ,.,( ',, -" "i it'..: '
sit and realize that they are under! you sitting favorable reply. < ''&I'' ., \ 'If.. 1.f'
ward ,
i to 'I' .. .
your .
\. ,
That remarkable document the Constitution lion Today ax always it protects our libertiesif ;! 'JtoJ.ft: \ .. t
down buried with the basketsof ,,
as they were Sincerely yours. ... 'J ,,:' tv
I of the United States, Is clear and lucid we rise as a people and protect: it. It is sand brought buck from the seacoast and! Tadashi kuhota ) t

--except when it is "Interpreted" to suit the the foundation of our liberty, bated on principles piled over (them Down with their bones are Seihu Department Store ,1" 'fffi!'

strange way of thinking of the majority of that are eternal little article of vanity pendants of pierced Kumagcwa Dormitory .

the current United Slate Supreme Court As Daniel Webster said, in the oratorical shell once hung around the neck or dangled 198 kumcgewa H goshi- '" ..."

By the devious reading! of that body which prose of his time: from ear lobes, and article of utility like murayama City, : :; "
Tokyo, Japan .i" .. ........ ....
i to have sot itself "" .
appears up as a judicial Other misfortunes may be borne, or their pots and spears and bows and arrows all 1\1flh.., ,k.. \ ,':
dictator, the Constitution) has been misused effects overcome. If disastrous war should broken and smashed! so that they could be
i to free thousands of criminals from prisons sweep our commerce front the (}ocean another used by the broken people in the broken tORMtR F.S.U IIKADCOMMKNIS '*

to prey upon the public again; to protect the generation may renew It; If it exhausts our world beyond : ON tllllCS r r \ .... -

Communist Party which is dedicated to the treasury future industry may replenish it; if Editor Stuart News" : : : ,

overthrowing of our government by violence: it desolate and lay waste our fields, still THE FLORIDA INDIANS before: the Recently The Stuart News published '\}. _
to drive all mention of religion from schools: under t new cultivation they will grow green Seminoles had one marvelous custom: names information urging acceptance Jr' .. '
and government, and most lately to dictate again and ripen to future harvests.! were used! only once. There was no handing and use! of "Codes of Eth- '
to the states how they shall chat: their ics" for non-profit organizations, : .
representatives "It but trifle if the walls of them down. There was no naming of one
were a even
to help prevent intramural .1'
and! senators.However .
yonder Capitol were to crumble If its lofty person for another I would not think of disturbing :between boards of trustee and .Ji;

the people-nut the Supreme pillurs should fall and its gorgeous decorationsbe the privacy of a people who recognizedso : their executives (libraries and librarians ;.-. "'I' .:.- <11I'- '"
Court-are the real rulers. of America through till covered! by the dust of the valley. All well the uniqueness: of the human spirit hospitals and medical: .\\0.. 1 ,(
their elected representatives in the Congress. these might be rebuilt staffs schools: and! superintendents, ,'{'8. ''
and at long lust. a proper movement to curb 1HE 't J .
But who shall. reconstruct the fabric (,f roots are like a sieve etc.) \
the court through Constitutional amendments! demolished government that accepts much but lets little out The heir Two examples were used a ;., t ..- ,
i II beginning rieane seat come crashing over the dunes and! county manager who didn't keep 1itf.\": ". . .' ..
The Dirksen amendment placed as a "Who shall rear again the "ell-prol'O'tlon. deposit timbers of old ships! and bottles back his board informed 1Il) changes ; '\. :" ( t : '. ,"

rider on the foreign aid! bill would! take the ed! columns of constitutional! liberty? into the mangrove maze The swamp hold a in policies he was making, and! the "' ':' /. < '''' ;..

court s hands out of stale politics and prevent "Who shall. frame together the skillful sort. of history in their clutch and! the penpi- uannouneed public attack by aft \:\ ;j. ..:' ,,,,I.;_: '. ::0\\ 1f.: 'to
architecture which national board '
unite sovereignty individual stale education '
'"big city "boss rule" nationwide One or another cicnt antique collector may find! in them ,t J; 1, ., It.-\- ,.\ ) ,.
with state right, individual security, and member against the president of 1'1'
of the various amendment! lasendered bottles and tossed ltiJ.t' .
prayer stone Jugs overboard ; roor.oo'i
\ : '
interrMed f.
fSU. You might inexcerpts : \
should, be passed to correct: the courts false public prosperity one hundred .l .., .. ...dJlfwo; r. '_
year ago ,
.J _
from letter have .
I _
interpretation that God Almighty has no placein 'No if these column fall they will "be a received ..,_ "" ._ :......... \
raised not lake the Coliseum and! from the retiring president
again the
American public life. I admire the mangroves greatly They do of FSU, Dr.t Gordon W Black- hits CATAMARAN won fiN place In its due ill the boat races Labor 1\
Parthenon will destined
be Bcacll.
There i II nothing wrong with the Constiiu- they to a mourn not cast their seed Idly as do so many trees well: was piloted by Gary 81-. sixteen of Fort Laoaletdak Powered pay at Jensen
ful. melancholy by two 1 I0O it is
lean, horscpower motors
but nourish them until capable of dung eighty nulcs taws. "
they are long, cigar- "You make good per 1 didol
11(11110lq'Y her "
r 1 however, will flow over them, than were ever open up in this race, Gary said "It Will WO
tike appendages! which drop into the water points. A* a matter of fact my resignation rough.Mon
shed. over the monuments of Roman
The Stuart New will furnish photo print orGrecian and bob along on the tides. When the "man has nothing to do with
for will be
art the
of sizes up to > by 10 Inches of any picture !remnantsof grove cigar" touches ground! it takes root and the public stuck on me by a mar
a more glorious edifice than GI'CCor ber of the Board of Control. You i decency would a ahem Ito|I( know
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 starts the long battle against water and wind require that an individual mem- LOVE
Rome ever saw the edifice" of constitutionalAmerican will be interested to know that I AND POLITICS
I II her of the board discus with her
for the tint print and SI.00 for any additional. again. lo I of the board .had. contact with. /
liberty"A had discussed with the board, on Dear Editor
prints ordered from the same negative at the several I the issue under j jconlAkratlOn. a university president ia advance two of the faculty member I ia
occasions *
MOM time; larger sizes by special quotation. THE MANGROVE is admirable It has Furthermore more 'my change chick he plan to I to of the univertitie without The political remark that <

Stuart Newt employee will not take photographs the contorted beauty of struggle against; the than a month before: I had sent the 'I make m open board! meeting. I : knowledge! of the president are aaboa of lovers, not hater
good way to slay alive a long time is t to elements. If I had shoreline I This could be of our
mangrove observed few
except for the news and idvcrtuinf board a five-page memorandum i am I hoping that the Council of agues aw of by a
he sentenced to the electric chair. The : coune not a satisfac-
columns: at Tbe Stuart New postponements could not conceive replacing it with a concrete bringing thenIII' lo date on the ;I Presidents WIll recommend such levy relation.t localpoliticiaM.
appeals, hearings and Slavs seem bulkhead Nil not feels that issue.
|policy to the "Board of Control.. c v "c Henry BieucMW11.r
to forever,
III LUlU I go on a ay "1 agree with you that com- You will b* JDlcrcsteii further I Jensen Beach j

- '

--.-. 'MI'.I\1IJIIIIt.i113! ( !i fuy Knit; I 1"0, William I npwinr "ni'Mm9nnr! -" ** vww:<>. rmumrmmiiMf".., f...*. *-nim ew.wrr..rr d TUT STlRT (HorWa; ) NTW3 ThirJj: ', ,, Till:f \ iL4 f.Ct
Smith. I", I 11 I hi,Kk JO, Port Salerno .
Warranty Deeds $1 l .UOO.

William J. Smith to R.f E. j Home Building Section *

Filed in Week Sma"iitino*. .Lot$2000 II. block UN. Port .

!St Luoe Lands lac to Clifford -
-- Van rtes Lot 27, in Gate w a.ns ear' v.ues .. --l'

Palmmartn Builders Inc to Harbor. $2.300. I
Evan Crary It Property) in lot Joseph P. Farrell to K Mn RECENT BUILDING PERMITS
:3 block I 17. Action 3. &. Lucie Schmidt Lot 14. section E. JufitorTequekU -
Estates Subdivision $900. Hunt Club CobUM.. (!Vpt. 4-11)>)>

Anchor William, Inc K Chester Lot 31 to, Walker-Pettway $100 Dorothy E. ('om rhea, to Call Owner Location Contractor Dcscrlptiswl! Amount
Schramm Property in Mctioa >,
Park J2 500. 4L-
towllllhip 38 S.. range 41 E. $4,900. City of Stuart '
C. W
to Charles A. Pearl May McGee to Elk Mae !
Puck. Property in lots 6. 25 and Wed(, Shirley Mae Davie and Pint National Bank of Stuart 915 Colorado Avenue Hodapp and Son Repairs $ 375
23 block 5, Palm Lake Park Subdivision I Carriestein Martin
as joint tim-

$500.Anthony C. Motta. et al to Pierce I: Lots ante( 14 with to 2.r.I.nc1ua. t btt; Martin; CountyJack

N. Brown Property in govern I New Monrovia NlIviI M. $100, Mitchell ,Tnopiad farms Douglas Arnold Psmvphosisu 400
ment lot 2, section .15. township Robert A. Marchione et al to Koepplmgcr Mantua" Bay lid W. E. Rice Duple 8.(XX)
38 S.. range 41 E $65000. William Stewart. Lot 168 block
Robert Hannciir North River Short Robert OlUra. Addition 3000
. . 9. Olympia Plat No. I. $1.(KK). iiM
Ancil P. Tucker to tlbcrt C. /,
Blackman. Lot 4. block 21. Port

Salerno $100. Shed Roof Has Basic
THRIFTTALKS. Pazzamta Joseph to Pazzanita Joseph Paoanita and Helen Lots AdvantagesThe I

W-33 and W-U. Hideaway Isles
I Subdivision section 2. $100.
.t. .
I Joseph Pazzamla and Helen !Ala F w.

by don herold Paizanita to Helen Pazzanita Lots l in the first house group number of figure :\>' LEA: OrlKrJtS were chosen for this e, :;UI, at. ''".."rat

\V-35 and W-36. Hideaway hies the square feet of rerretentl Iwa- meeting! They are Vellon Walters, president. Mix E 1".111" b( tin
i ii
I Subdivision section 2. $100. able area in the house (The secretary and William McClure, vice president' Mi Ilalt.9 1!
Wen \\'d better I William J. Smith to William E. other group is an office number and Mrs Swain are from Stuart; Mr Met lure from V, 10 Bea: .:h.
I.owe. Lot 78 Sea Gate Harbor
.) According to Jan Rein- I' .
$21.200. -
bet to work bcr) Consult I local contractor -- -
Indianlown Inc.
Company to
o for an estimate of .. AMIIOK\C.t( : BVSIN struct a "bulkhead to com a with
Paul Siefker. Timer Powers and i
iq rulSrt 't
building costs 11) Kl: 1lrHOH.UApplil'lIllln
William Owens Lots 12 through 111P exhting bulkhwtd surrounding a
I 16 inclusive block 4, plat B of bus "been made to boat ramp and the spoil. 1 area lo
I Indiantown. $100 I( ( the Army Engineers by John R cat"d east of bmin A I" loot
long would also" be conttrucU
Lillie F. leaner to Ruel C. Wolf lUiin pier
Deem Property in section I, township Home No. 720-91 Anchorage: Boat car ed at Ihe westerly end of this new
of C. Ikiiu: Jr. Stuart for further
40() S. range 38 E. $ROO.( .
A narrow, compact retirement -
niixlifieuiion of issued
Elizabeth Smit to Wesley A. a permit *
at the terrauo floor this
home which could be built within protect
Lamson Jr. Lot 12 block 181, July lit |45I, and coo died PAINTS HARDWARE
the $7000 bracket (plus the cost porch from the rain
Port Salerno $5.901). BEDROOM July 22 I HH5. to maintain channel
on -
ATtuntlc 7OJdJSkill
of a 60-foot lot) is of interest not The living-dining room (see the

Start now to Health Emphasis to only the to the budget senior-minded titian "starting but also two basic dimensions on the plan) iJ I2 r 11 "boathatin marker and, mooring an approach piles: Inside channel I c.IIu4....

In State SchoolsPlans family," is an "L:' consisting of a IS by CAR w_' and to, construct a bulkheadand 'I........ ar.IN.Pt. .
I 30-foot slab-on- I Ilk foot living "portion and a 7 3 piers, in St. I ucie River, north fi .
work This I 24 by C.II
7.foot crly shore. .ut i
by dining alcove (handy to applieant properly
for a renewed emphasison house has been
masonry the kitchen. ). A foot-long "storage W R about one and on*.half miles T. .....
health and fitness Floridaipublic with in L e eU
child's schools announced in designed utmost economy will"w'unJmaulalel the living eaM of U. S. I highway bridge in I....... ....11..
were today mind. First of all, in order to get
waythrough by the states school the maximum usable for the room from the bedroom Incidentally RF Stuart It In now proposed. to r.- M._ ....10.. rN al..h It Dr5.e.
superintendents. county space home is this storage wall couldbe Y c N PORCH dredge the basin and channel increase 1, r.rMC.kk. M* Olk-rt
minimum money, this a 1 I ,
collegeNo Max D Walker, superintendent simple rectangle topped with a finished in vertical. redwood or ?70.11 / la the dimensions of spoil area INDIAN RIVER SALES
of Gadsden County schools and shed! roof Few people realize the walnut to give an extra touch. of which will be enclosed" by a pros On n. r FIgCNpanACK' "NorU' .
bulkhead t
interest to this room Good light .psal
president of Ihe State Associationof two basic advantages of a shed LIVING ROOM
longer can you leave your I and cross ventilation assured It Is also proposed t to con-: _.
are -- -
laid school officials roof __ _
is the
roof: (I) it cheapest 44
child higher education to luck. I by windows, and doom /. --
generous "
were proud of past progress one can build today, and ((2) its atss"s I
You can't "cross that bridge when I' but feel sound health practices and natural slope can be utilized to The 6'i.'\ by 13-foot kitchen
you come to it." education are increasing greatly add air-space to the rooms under. could be separated from the dining wash basin and storage space underneath house. In order 1 lo reduce I Ih \l' PLUMBING CompleteAulomotlll

a I in importance. To highlight the neath it For instance, the 22V4-\ alcove by a 6-lAeh.wlde folding The toilet is wall.hung length of piping (and waste of hot REPAIR ,
time look .
Every w* at estimates emphasis Walker said the foot wide looks door (not shown on the plan). '
of I superintendents living-dining room and there I is provision for an electric water before It reaches the fau.
costs of college education in have invited major statewide "more in scale" with a 9V4\ foot The shaped work counter has } .
the future, they're higher. organizations concerned to ceiling while the 12 by 12-foot a double sink (SI), range (tRIo) refrigerator wall heater. Ihe linen clone: eel), Iho water heater ((doited circle 1, AND Repalro( ,
Looks now as If it would cost I present a special one-day school bedroom feels more comfortable IRF) closet (In. and a ((1.I ) Is nearby In storage room) is clone to the CONSTRUCTIONCALL
up to $2.300 a year to send a son I health program Oct. 8 as part of under an 8-foot ceiling. 10 by 20-inch china closet t (opening The street view of (this horn reveil bathroom futures( washing machine : .
or daughter to a slue supported the annual county superintendents One enters this 7200Mquare.foot from the dining alcove). A l i a 4-fOlt-'o' stuccoed (W), and the kitchen sinkS Chason's Garage
college or up to $3,300 a year to I conference at the University of home through the 8 by 16-foot jalousie door opens into the carport front flunked by the 12'-\' .IJOt. ( ). _y0. ;
Florida in Gainesville screened side and the homemaker with an wide carport (or garage) to I the Dial AT 7-2311
send him or her to a private college --- ---- porch (on righthand The construction of Horn No H. C. L1NDSKY
armful of will and the 8 16-foot
groceries appreciiiie by screened
of plan). This porch act not only icnvici ron .A,&TYl
Geese are known to have flownat I the close connection \between Ihe porch. to the right. A wide roof 720-91: i II as follows: UM 4 Ineh-: PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
.... ...... _
.. .
that JOX.root()() ) altitudes as I vestibule for the house but LI.... .4, IHWWI. rrw c. I 4t/-4I1 iMlll r a HI.Io J
They say already it is now I -.--- also as a summer living area-Tcar: anj her pantry closet (C). overhang protects the house on all thick flax" slab Is reinforced with DIAL tm, ....--
-- --
impossible! for a youngster to work -- -- for that reason' there is a 6-foot- The 12 by 12.foot corner bedroom sides Still looking at the picture. wire mesh and poured over solidly / .- _._ ---. -
his way through college. The cost HeathcoteNurseries wide' sliding glass door between It boasts two 42-linn closets one can see the jalousie door to computed fill and a continue
is just too high. I I and the living room. A wide roof with floor-la-ceiling bifold' doors the kitchen and another. jalousie. out vapor barrier, terior walls
What to do? Well, you can overhang and a masonry parapet I three awning-type: windows local door to the 4H\ by 8 foot "kitchen art of -ineh-thlek I concrete bloeks PC '
, pretty well 1 lick the'problem by t 1I 1- *._ .. ed on two walls, and proximity Id room. (located between Ihe finished In stucco on the ouUul
Architect Landscaping. I the bathroom The 3 by 8-foot and the bathroom), t3Tr'V"" S BF SS-fTWSU
starting NOW while your off- Designed and plaster' on the room side Ceilings
spring is in infancy or lOOn after Oriental Design A Specialty. AskedIn bathroom looted at the end of The economy of back Id haek are plaster' (which could Include '
$15,000 the 3 by 6-foot bedroom hall has plumbing should not be Overlooked I
(the sooner tho better) to put regular Complete Line of Ornamental radiant coils for hcatlnghfloors );
a 36-inch vanity with n built-in In studying this I essytohulldSIUARTSAIIHSII
sums in a college fund at First Plant Mall'rlal."Th. India i are t.rraui> or resilient tiles,
Federal Savings of Vcro Beach. By River Area's Oldest Landscape Suit Against llnna Nu 720-VI was dUll I"". Ie I' E RIdNTAI.SRQWELL
!\ \ \ : TOURNAMENT ed by Inn Reiner, architect odiieir
tired have the Nursery Our 38lh Year Tan
major share of you college may costs saved Right: off U S. 1 it Undklry Myers and CityA (May I Oct. 31)) of magnum Ihirldj I II I Ilolllet available magazin at I FURNITURE CO.

up, and FROM ONE-FOURTH to Lumber" In Fort Fime. FboM SAII HSH: Men s Length 1 Division, George D. Cole, Memphis, hook hap, or by mailing II 1111'j

ONE-THIRD WILL BE "FREE" HOward 15332. suit asking in excess of $U,. Tenn.. Skipper II," 'art. A. J. Whiticar ................ 8 ft, 6 In I 1000) .I'ffiy-sesond Street DM AT 7-01104 W* Glre Gold Bond StamM

-that 'is, it will be dividends -- 000 against the City of Stuart and AFRICAN POMPANO: James L. ORear, Stuart, "Carton," Si PcUrsburg K), Ma.)

credited and compounded by First Paul Isaac Myers city superintendent Captain Lotus Lunn .. .. ............... 18 Ih
Federal Talk to First\ Federal about was filed in Martin Circuit. AMHFRIACK: Hugh( Morrison, Melbourne Beach I

how much )'ou'll need to save how GEORGENELSON Court Thursday by John Lov and "Gulfulream.;" Captain Von K. Jourdan ....... ."..... (>6 lb. I 0"I
often. hm mother Mrs. Euruc Love t>( I
Palm Cay. ARCTIC ROM If): Marvin E. Nell, Memphis, Tenn., '

Mim4 .. N 'IC.ee. The suit is the result of I collision -Spray U," Captain Kay Young ....................?.... U| lb.
M k.l.e.h ..km.....M........ rd a- totCenwN of a city-owned pickup truck BARRACUDA: I. C. Waller, Birmingham, Alabama,

: w...._VM_Mr< ..tart 4 .**artii.lia rte.w.t Painting? driven by Myers and a motor "Fran L. Captain Pete Robertson' .. ............ 25 In.

"copyrighted scooter driven by John J..ov. The BLACK BASS: R D. Fetch, Lake City, Jensen Savannas 10 lb. 3 ot.
accident occurred the
( 1964)) Interior Exteriot at cornerof
Twelfth Street and Feroe Ave. BLACKFIN1UNA: Dr. William C. Let, Alumunl Springs, ..

Dial AT 7-0949 nut in Palm City on Sept 15, "Skipper II" Captain. I. Whiticar ....... ...... ...IJ lb. I U CM,
WANTA Licensed A Iasnn4
1963. BLUEFISH: Charles Gee, Vero Beach. _.......... ..... II lb. I ox
John Love asks in xcet 0 f '
COMFORTABLE $I 0.000> for permanent injuries, BLUE MARLIN: R D. Farmer, Cocoa Beach, "Spray .. ai tyti

MORTGAGE mental and physical pain and handicapped )II I," Captain Ray Young ..... ...... ........?,...._ 130 Ib. : ,
In earning power, BONito Mrs. ClIO Coco "
Tops Design : Gagne. Beach )'fAl'bob
..... Iw. wL1Y
II" ,TM lur N.r..r..rum: := i ialY Mrs. Love, individually, asks III," Captain Bob Seriinsher .... ............ ............. II Ib, 4 ot.
; .
in incest of $5000( ( for hospital
M w f5.1 rr r.a.nl II .11. N...._.. ,......... i iTn. and medical expenses, and for being COBIA: Mrs Robert Walling, esburg, "(pr.y It." line

.retry e"rt ..-a.N.a"s.t. a .rs. I KINGSIGNS deprived of the .services of her Captain Ray Young .. ....._..........?.... ........, f>* lb. ,., .
son until he to of age DOLPHIN: Mack V. Parley, Eau 0/111.; / *Gulf lrtam." ,.Po r

Pboaei Vero Beach $61-2313 Attorneys Fairish and Famish Captain Von Jourdan ............................_... 41 Ib.FIOUNDLR .
of West Palm Beach and Elton
Sehwarz of Stuart asked for I Jury : Andy Dcmoldovkh, Jensen Beach -. ..,... 7 lb. 10 oi.

"Skipper( II," Captain A. J. Whrtkar ........ .... 30 lb. 2 u

Height, N. Y. "Fran L." Captain Pel Rutwrtwrn 51 1 lb.

OF Mere IIOwsH 4-1399 Are Low $$13,775 LADYFISH: Hubert C: Sheppard, Stuart. J lb. 14 o*. ,

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SEA TROUT: Perry Kirk Jensen Beach '". 12 lb. I ME.

2045 14lk! AT. DIal 56W373 METAL I Hurricane weather kept building SNOOK Motile Sehall.: Jenicn Beach .....__._.............? 36 Ib.

Vero Bench Florida W* An Wortm fat MetalIF permits k> an alMmvt low in SPANISH MACKEREL: Frank C. Morgan' Stuart .... J Ib.

Free l'arkllaa" 15th! AMaH WE DOVT HAVE IT Martin counllclaIC week only SPECKLED: PERCH: Ire DcI.Al Kh. Stuart ..... ..... I Ib.TRIPIETAIL .
four hawed for .
VIE CAN MAKE IT : p? a : Colin Brain Jack; *
HOtlUi 9 to 3 dally, weep Wed $ i"j total *. Captain ,
Three permit tooled frank McClotky ........._.................... 32 ft. I ot
peehy. 9 to 12. Opra 5.. 7 Friday county
$13400' and on* city permit was WEAKFISH: Gordon E Con Miami .... ............ .. I H). 2 oc.
nea... Oaw4 Al Day _
fi for $37J
WAHOO: Garage T O'acill) New' York City,
!S.tarday. Trta L ," RoN,
Captain Pel *Mi 41 lb. i ot.
Horned .
tueJa are protected m .
"' ... CMowrt Send TfcetrFriMds I New Mexico and anyone who -- ---- -

STUART PLUMBING kills, sell or frampurts one it
fc METAL WORKS subpct 'to fine of $100| or stag I
... 144 ATtartta T-IJI BftM I r day in ; fflIuIqjs-
.--- -- -
-- ---c


STOP LAWN SINKINGIhdraulic Home Wiring & Outlets nIt a lIne to tM future. Preserve It. Drive fiat a little more

cement grout pumped below footing on interior side of Water ALL Pump DAY KEDNESDAY RepairsOPEN welt than you think'l It neceuary, now that Khooklajri are

\>'all guarantees this 4 bringing more children than ever to our.tre ti. Their! safety.

Fully Licensed and Insured ,It worth a few extra minute of driving I time, "" 'lilt


For Free Estimates Call .




6S84M81 Wl-2127 832-8920 ,I JttOtCXOLA AT ."",.. ..<*. ,'tf';,...)

-- --- --

. ','Y ww .r. -.U-rn

. . . . . . -

'frC THE STUART (Ha. NFWS Tbund StpUsmbcr 17. 19(4 7. or ..uouum lrr4 r ot authority man of violent and
: J : : iW iW: :
____ __ 'Il '!': Shot In Leg Is danerol di pito" Directory of Churches

I : ; h As an the wound
.Organizations .1
Directory ,
June claims he mental SteaakFV
Basis of Suit COMMUNITY-InSt.
,. .1'4 ( afe NEWTON M
ilt ;
: CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS UOVERMMIMTAI. ORttANIZATIONajy and pbystal Mfct; may oe II 11.50 5.10, Sunday : fl' Wo*.

34 Coo ioita.>oSSUk I, 'h. ., ,, nCel lo apt his tea'Uembarrold .hip Sorvlr.PEOPLES .
.. Ii* mmuaHy CkurokM IBSiJ ": bs Seeking $150,000A ; suf CONCRZGATIONAL4.IIlees *
lor ndj. Eowiaacr Corp Tl p.... OM> ... .
a of income M LS
a A
10 ; R MATNiau
lli .tdla.lin 0or. BoionoM4 pera.
o ::
COM Otwrd AjuWoryComoiudor loss of o. aW r Worokl*
earning and in
-. PmdMaoot -WoMpr J. BOOJKM
I.*oga* Moo.. ...... Cout OVuM Aua. BU. ; $150.000 suit was filed\ on CrTe debts and per. U len .. Horsing l. -.-

1:1i: .... J, .... C-.. Bum..iMu.Ck.Pm. Thursday in Martin. Chmt Court asks for $100,000 in compensatory AT 7-2512 .during boll MT.IO
1 "
..... '- DI.RY slap .. Toatk VMVOT
7t.\ \ against the City of Stuart and two damages .
lid-fib 5. o.ulbugs
.. W 010< in SAINTS' ;
Board ol Zooo Ad city police officers by a local punitive damages. AIMI1' 0,Ga CIte ALL EPII"- .
( >i.loiot MtV
't.-'JC &
SC for NtaMAN
T,.fc )lVt .l frod KkoodM a jury trial. .
for damages incurred IIV. .J D.IL .0.
.-.. .*,40.N_ -rro> JSkoro* Ikd Tim.:. trl. O.M.. Ci_'_ man, si the III .... till .. flair Ctw..nuin.a .

*.op.ilji Ownoro Aoooel*!*** Marti Coral M.... -- result of a fracas in which the ILHUII.. AusaIstTl.sewrrs.rIS H t., 5.. MoratoWonklp s.... n. OmmunIrl sad
PooMo*....C. M Rakr...*o.k Okilra...-Fakok B. Hooey* -.Thar... BIble Siodi Projor ( okoul.
-...... M Wdao.*... (I kM* ion Two.. 1 Ji P.m.. OMrtkouo) man was ahot in the leg. 11451 LlmCtsT ('0(57 I" A5I) *:P.M. tends,. Yoylk SorrlM 1.,
I rout MtHrtll rOt 111.0511. Vroojnluitle orvlo .. H Cn.rnnnIYburud
pm _T
Coral C.rdM. Ctrl AI._.... Bringing the suit against the ". JT" Tuo.doy .
M. C. .. ..1.* Znls e0. --*.. '1*
................... Tu"I'.1
pl.I ,
ikon-mo. n rtmrmv **. FIRST BAPTIST_ S. Akw AMOKY. .
--Joaopk "-* Chief of (
Police -
11 ,... n.... County:: rmirtholiMFrooU Ird Tkur.. Till ..... OiwlkMSckool city Jense Taylor PALM CITV (:"OMPiNV. aliurl.lS rOBRKMT WATkMNH. PuUWI .., :4 a.m Holy Omomnnloa

............ As..s.k.I. ., u and Policeman James Hall is i orporatlnn, 5.54. S. Flflk. Fort Plums
............0.10... v.. I.U.o..s ... ugdIPI.lrus.Ho.rp plaintiff, Gull Cu..h.Ti .
a 1(...... George June Tarpon Avenue .m. "iDnip' Puwle I Buadop
.... .. IIiI Ind Mo, fill ..... OiuruasTw MtKH! 7AHFMA, and *..I..... $u.d.. SokoolIII fill: Z.2. Bor.i. WodnoodMLUTHtnAN
cii .. .w.r. : through his! attorneys Cunninghamand LBN ?.AllttI.LA kl. wIds land .. "'.* Worakto
.. I .
*** Jo.o W. Raoooy U. I.EIII1o I 1* Trolnloo: Unloo CHUUCH 01 ST
14 '.a. r.n- P-BU .:...'. Club H.yor-J. M..II.'n. Cunningham of West Palm aol fcTHPT. 1.'t. 114 : t'onlo Wonhlp lAmarkM Ckurckt
Wd.. I ..... T*.m Ban TOV. him wits and :11' Prlmo VI.I I Blvd: Port St. Lok.
HBOMM fork C1,* AooooUUoafwMoot p Beach. woeSri KM) 1V('.i'WN. Sorrlo. W.
FA _
- - .. : I Till P.m. ." Proyor H. PA3TOH
al Mu.ll.bus Police records show that about I'SrefldS2ltg. C SUE .
lit..... 7.til p.... Pint' National Bank POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONSnpukllua \OTITH op "liT PALM crrr SATIST.nOIb *t iCrd till ..... Sunday BobaoLII

IkdUooowa CI.... Club Club of Maria. e.u... 7:30: p.m.. May 2, Policeman Hall To AlL 1'AltTU I OA'TIC1..SlMlSU ..., ,II ..Wenklp' gorvlo

....,........find BnltkI Cr..M..it-Jamo. B. Wto. and Policeman Leroy Washington TI() I-tA'M Real. TATM. School .. .._
...., I .... aapuklliva WMB'a Clot *| Martin Co h- arrested' Marion Perry (Seventh i NCfT.'] i'Itilt101T5 iiEic5tltl. i t *.. ManillaWoroklp HOLY Fib .CItOSI UNfcUlMa.a.0 .

JO OM Bck O.i*!. Sb East Avenue AFTKfl ZlleCklJsk.A TO'WtTs .I pm. Training Union
street near
on a
tol. 14 ...... $ P.._ J. P Woman Club M. Co P 1 POOL FUND BENEFITS Mm. B. D. Fulton Jr., vice president charge of open profanity They Tract I, S, SI. 14, SI, tl till p-m. Wod.oodoy. IIld..1 Prayer ICY, 4. p.ak Coafooiinn ko/or Moaooo.
*i.trtlo Eaowtl*. c-_..* s.d ar .I"Ot lb. Weal tS MootbxFUST
rVir-i .**i-k W.Mt A......... Ch.lrmaa-Kdvard T. Murray SH7- II| of SfUMt Soropiwuki Club, ftmcm t. Fvlui WtttMim*, put her 11tn, police cruiser' but fret of 'niM 5. p. 54 and ST. .YS EPISCOPALE..I
l.t..liint-Mm. ...rt. MlllUUIrd .. AM. ...Trooo.-MordM ... Clalr of Martin she jumped out and ran. The policemen 25, all In Hoot Ion. IS Town.hip RATIBT-P.I5 Salon* Bool.v.rd, Smart
Mo, SR 707 ClubhauM Mxtlnt* *a oU treasurer County Swimming Pools Inc., a check for caught her and as fioath Uajiar, 40 feint Palm O. a TAVLOK. h.te THE BKV AHTHUB A. SMITH RMtorgutliniy
_ the wcootl a struggle 7iM am. 14.4 ly Euotiarl.l l '
link Club' $1,11290 Soroptimlst Club donation to a iwimming City "am. accoralu. pest S:4 Snnday Srkooltlrtl '
ensued. June reportedly joined Murnlnc I Proyor (lot mud.
= In .... WomklS sill am
Fr.> OUT Oom'.lltub OROANIZATIONBClrlo in Uulc Dixie and the balance of the club's .. Ik Undo Itt and
pool iwimming in. He wai shot In the leg by Hall I. **. 41 sal .. tuTu Irdl' Hnly Kuchorl.t
Club .I. .
Woman .
I .
MM. pa. FrUodlF SuM* fund. aim loCk *Florid p.m. Evooln Wonklp (Oil '.0..... Bundoy School"!
Adukoa .ul.ty P..d L.odor-Mro, Jack WklUooo pool June was charged at the time CO"II. Jill .... W. .. froror 11 oil Holy Kurh.rlrt U:1 and
r.4'oncr: :... Jud* t..:: :. offlo* Frl. I ...... 81 Marr'o Lknnk with interfering with an arrest Ton and.) rack. of yon ar* korchy ...Choir prwtlo to... Ird Ith) ; Horsing Proyrr andThiimdoy

M I e. AaOOelOtlon for MMttal ....,... ,SU Proililint Jooopk-Guild M,.. Edward Elni.llo and resisting arrest He was treat. flltil notified. aualtot that s)'complaint uu In tIm..him(bran tIC BAPTIST 4thl. .d Mil, Dnyit StAn m.ond .

>*>liont) -Ro.. Dnnuld 8ohrowtor Court In and for ( I".ll, BkV. JACK. : lSlil us.. Hi.ly Ewh.rl.tSummrr
i4 Tb. RMfM. lot Moa.. I p m.. BokoolSt. cd at Martin Memorial Hospital 11.Mtl nalINDI .till 10 0a.m.
Tknro. BOO f lor I d a. | nanrcry Pl/ilo. : K m ond :
till .... a.halll
.'C. Ckoptor, Amorlcaa Cuoor ...CI.Iph.irm.u.Mlior7 Jooopk. Hohr. Homo ""'".l.tlr..ld.oi..lj. Tips on Poison Ivy and released.In tiff, I aim City; Cuinpny, a Floridacorporation. lies ... IUd..,. .. Wor.htp ..n..n.
Johnaon I Ro.m.rln tho pnrpoa of III* .... Voloa
Tkurot WorD lid Duo. I P m.. .......1 his suit, June charges Hal (juletlngth;,frr of th. laid IMaln.. ns. p. Tr.. WorshIp EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE ILEF
pUrtla Homorlal Hoapltal Au.lllaryProolilont "guilty of to the St, .
was negligence .. BestIng .lC..MiNT-
Mro. Curt Otto - - - gross Ir for other ..lv.. "rl. .p. Wodnco. Prune LOUCII

tt MM.. 1'...., N. oDeI Bunk BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA In the treatment and handling of put of you ar* hrvk riKiulrrd to TBOPICAL FARMS I.II a.m. Chonk A School

....'. Car*.. Club ITUAATTruop George June acrvo a ropy ot your...wsr or LEWIS!; ..ATIT-. 1,II p. Moly BMh.rtol
iTANtI. .
.00-< 1ro.ldontH.y. FH Iil W.l., 1:14 p.m Amortooo Lights" HoU The "gross' negligence" as explained the arTl altorno)*. rran. lids 5.m. I..u Mwnln..o CHRIST MIMORIAu.'h' Ialoo4
C. Air
7 m i
] u.I. p Ship 405-Advlrrnr, Hurl Dolp by June in the suit (rary 201 Pint National 4:41 pm. Trolnlnc Union (Winter I A..t'.
Marti. Couatr ..,....... CMld) ,..', AIM, Thur.. 7 p.m.. M.lk Cnurrk AIIo.II, 84.qo.dr.s con- Rank. Ilu.'t. Ktorldn. or sloe p.m. E.ooln- Worship. 'O.D. !
PrwMMt-Ira Swli.rlIrdThura 444-Advloor. "M Klrfch.rf lists of "grabbing, dragging and loot Offlco l>r : Smart. Fler- Ito .. Ml : .. ,.'0 p.m. Com Km. lit Not Thll'.. 7pm. Mntk Chunk Albany fit. HrRVEYSIIARPE: a decreased pulse rate. Acute hurling the plaintiff with great Ida and file th* original ".".' HEV k-VKKlTT HOBa
Cub Puck. 410. -Cobmo.ior, p D ...,....... include or written rtefeni In I Iho office nftk DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST tdl'a) .. Sunday SrkoorlliOl
batlonol Soerotorloo ..'. '* 4th Mnn. 7110 p.m.. Cothollo Hthnul Florida rkiillurul Extension symptoms irregular heart force and violence in excess ol t Clerk of the Circuit (01'1 lucy. urn 11-00 .. Morning Wonnl.TtlO .

)'ruoldrni. Mro. llarn.ro Ann Lind.., Cub Pack. 43O-Cubmoitor. F Hours Service action, untonsciousncss\ respiratory force necessary and reasonable" !tlla. )Florida' on or bnfnr. ISIS 11 SunUp .n Kv.nlr." Wor.hl.

fth Moo. Comm of 100 offlu. Loot Mon. lilt ...., Youth Citing paralyiu and deulh. The toxic and "negligently and with com ..,dn of me.Oclobop Judvnont llm "If youfall tile: .."o.ln. 'dol W..b. t:II p::Wod VennroopkV*

P.1..mlil.ntCtrl.. Uko Fork! Muitunrd Clvl. A..oclotlon. JENSEN. BEACH 'leaflets three let It he." Thils properties of I Iai| Qplant are from plete disregard for human safety Kill t.* taken palnar you by fo.f..1 Ill p.m.pro. Training Wonklp ludsesurCHURCH
Troop 401- noutmo.Ur. J. D. I/aokodoo "I Rnl.
$ Mniday Hr. .l National' Bonk Wed.t 7 iKO p.m.. Lommunltf Hill a good rulo to follow if you' anlusceptible ( w 0 glucosciUcs.-.ncrioside and shot the plaintiff in the leg twice" r-llef: nolle domandod shell In h. 111 nuhll* romplKlntThla *.d once. ,1.... 11. .. Sorrlo OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD

lu - C.k Pooh. 401- ", ..... H. Quinn to poison Ivy. oleandroHide.C a e..i|" for four con.ecutlvo. .k.I. IT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eoot St.RRV < >"lCLMFR
June also claims Chief .. R KV U ALLJDf
.'h W.d || HoU Taylor al
Cordon Communltr
fall Cttr Club pm In Tho Biuart Now .. .
... ....-Ml.. Milwl Plnnoynd Cub Pink 40 .-Cubn>..t O, Mhlmsp.4th So. be careful when cleaning a lor iota, or climbing lily con and the City of Stuart were negligent ,f ren.rnl a *.I.. JAN daitol JANl81IWIKL!; Ad Still T:I* ..... Holy Commonloa

,|.. Tkun. Sill o-m.. tl..lo C.*_ Wod. 7ilO PM, IsoLut Moll: wooded lot. lake margin or a fence I taint a deadly poison Tie plant on the above points for Mnrtln (' u II."hl"h..\ .. 'tillCenfo .. 11-00 .."'. Psri..k SchooL Eu.,.rt.t BormMind
permitting Sunday
- -. - -
thlo la .of .. Tkondo
< Poptem. Md
'lor.oi SotnrdofO
okn Clots Orioolooilonfrro.IJ.at row near the home. tATpn. .s
Cnr contains. mixture of alkaloids
a it plus others. June .
.linl.-kl. SERVICE CLUBS questions 'r .,_ t. .. .r rn.elh. C I. JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Z a'
fad, 'Itna-Andy Cl..i4 CanlorFolnoloa CI...... Club .1 SlugS Poison ivy Is s vine that climbs I chicly colchicine. This high speed the advisability of their selecting Itnrm11 : ..1.. .Fr.t 545 .... Sky .. Drroe. J.._ BnackRkV
( n. ,
Vr.> ...._Aaron Hu."' fence jx>sS treci and even tome' p iIQJaclt fast and death has Hall as an officer for CVi\J "' JEWTON TWBKOT
Card.*. Clvta. A.Molatloatnoldont Wod., II noon. To.. ou.. Kootouront" ; continuing M *RTijfBy (i0lSTT. ST. CH.'ITPU' CATHOLIC ado n.m. Sunday SckoolI
-HOT. t. w. Mono. ornamental It cling t IG the iur- been known to occur in four hours Hall employment; for l't.Diilti.t .. :I* cad It o m. Mornhiv Wnklp

|*t Moa. I pm. komo* I.dl.".._ Itl..... Club facet by small roots along thstteinii. afler eating a tuber of the gloriosa 'arming and placing In a position l Ioutv>f>f>r-BV Clorlt m HOt*. I:I* 5.SundortFIRST I:10 p.m. Youth i r.llow.nlp
till (bull
Prunld.e1.-4.m.. RlDMWod. p. Wodoooitay, Voutk
port pt..l.l.ut-Wull.r...... CHth" B.n.on A.Momtloa I 111. I p.... Kooilnal IuJmom The plant ii easily recognied These are only three of the Ct(Circuit AHV. C Court"AT T$csI* VtlAIlT -724 CHURCH Lout B.ul.wd SCI EN.TI5r till: p.n.. W.dn.. ', P>olor Chow

Ins Thuro I p....., Cl..la Oontar Boock LI... by the three leaflets at the ,. score or more toxic plants that Some pilei for trestles of the All........ for flal-iHff I in* ... (". .c.C t:1 p. Tknndoy, Mldwk BorrM
rd Tkor*.. I n.m. Supnor Soolol. 0. C.Port ..Id.nl-Itd Bnhmldt top of a long stalk. grow around Florida hometeadl.Don't new Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tun lilt: Hrpt I. in, 17. 2*. lf lJllll lltt: am. JIHOVAHS WITNESSES-Brttt PumIaisdn7

....... Civil 0.,..>. ht-" '. Wod, till ..... .....'. BotuninU with the Agricultural become alarmed and chop nel ire sixteen stories high. There TN" liOIrm Room.. Wod Ill Tootlmonlol Fkwlor MoollntEooaiof Hour.Moo .. Mnnd.:10...m... Wa.k.o.HtinVTkorolay Btudr
JrohouM ,lid ... Is rlmers'p 750 Ae .
Ind Tu.ody T P Jupiter...... loud It..... ClukMorta Experiment Station, say the three. down all\ your plants, became you are 2.640 such piles made of 515154 ( | l, Ihrauik Trl. Itll ...nt.l1.1ICHURCH -T:10. ..lnl.l, Bekooit I.
.. Sonlo
fa' CHkj Club Pr..lJ.el-koburt II.' .
4W15 built % .HR\.rnl. M.I.
Bnuuiduofr-Juk. Khomorpl lb.., I p... JulI., Lit.. leaf Idea will eliminate many can continue to enjoy all your concrete and steel in the 12.2 miles PTSI1I aur ." REDEEMER

| Thuio0 Clokhouo* Rotor* Club .( StaonPr tiarmleji plants but will keep you ornamentals if you curb the habit or trestle 55 i >.. or CHlqTU Psi. ..a.IRtf d REV D LUUAN0. kk

fctaort w_,,'* Club ... ... _Dr. Ron.ld B. Alii... safe from poison ivy and poison of chewing! ; leaves or twigs of MARlLLA"l"r(.\\ 1 CORUM.L "I.. I:II .m. Suaday School ROEII ..
KM_ .._ .. I I.Y.l: It. AlF.51T1'I7SIHNTis : |"( / ... .
Mr*. Corn.lluo R .IId. W..... IIll* .. Trodo Wind oak. plants. Vu, I|45 (.M, Hlklo StudfIII II II *.'0. ".I

T4 Wu4. Pit, p m. Club nulldlnarobokiil llu.rt It....... Club : THH ('INCUT COIHT OK THHStISjlll FRANCIS W. { '** "I. Wor.klp. ond Commoolo* CHRIST THE KINO HJTHERANt'kVll -

'* Carnoa Croup Prsuld.t-llr. H. Haoodol Hlp.ot Poison ivy causes an Itch-bet. Many time children are the Jl UK It I. IHTIIr M 01 .1., cntMIN. Till p.. Foonlnc WoraklpTill. ,

Cnolrmoa-Mro. B>...... i. KolrUt Thiiri IIill; pm, Tow* HouooRtuort ter known as dermatitii by the victim of toxic plant! So teach Aol> naIl m *Hilt I 01. 551. nofon'tanl. { W.du.o4.r JOHNSON. Poatof
W...., PuP ..... Olll.* upI I .'15714 1'1"" FI.OHIIM oitni- rOut i OM THI rrn P." Midwook Blkl Stvdi StO: *.m. thurtk School !
Hl-Stoppon '.u." Donco Club town gardcneri.Kegardleu I the small-fry to avoid putting IS C.I..t.I". 50. P579To nEst 1cM f I,00 *... Valor Clo. !
..... - - Pr..ldont-tiUbort BouooThur. I THE CHURCH OF OOO.-Ftatlor. Slits Morning
W. am. Woi.hlp)
ORIUI4UN. Trus.tn
in their mouths ".". .. .
anything (
) Aparl
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .. I pm.. Youth Cootot of the name you IInrobubly : except .. i RkV BILUK MoALPINIII

OM BoundroulduutCr. Stumps Llooo. ClublrunlduntKll.murtb claw the itching places food.Remember Plaintiff, { i PROV): 'HI ITTJ It' rUiniDATTI alec* ........ 8ood.p Morning "bol FIRST RKV. ALLAN METHODIST K HTVAKTIi4l -ISM Colon *.

) Wllll.m II.... !; ftoknurkuoftklnd4tk .. until they ooze a colorlm fluid t that crawlers inplaypens ". I .. riHffln, K"H T Olh.eroon bronkic Wo..h.' Morning
|rd Tvoo. a p.s.. tomoiuBltrJMOi CMO W..... t ..... Tow. Houoottuort OErauTHl J CAISIANT.St > and I Utvr "a, liuhsadand ,.1 p.p... Tu..., Praror Moollni lade .... Chu" BbI"o.bl
between I
Pouch Aroom.ld.n I which spreads the poison may reach out I P1 l I. ) wir, qhuo, rpel1..ddr.Ii tile .. _. thee a... Morl. | *

(- ..nll ', ."..* Pr.ul.l.nt-.f.oulu.SoTMIImMt& lulling Cliik Some people get this akin ailment I I the burs and make an oral exploration 'H OF .TWondanto.KOTK I'UMl. MtKTtH'ft. 5 : I S'lrlo.| Illlnol.. Adam M Uo, Y..1 ,.O p..Sulk '.I..hl.
Cnth.rln. C Vi husband and
Bud Moo.. ...n. I p.... lot TI..... noon riamlnn. Hotel by touching poison I of anything in reach. Grass H ,...., wlfo. liver .Ini., a THE UNITE CHlltCH OF CHRIST TRINITY METHODIST.RkV .-. _
hot bs,. |rd Tkuro. noon, A".b..... Yacht Club or and moot lawn weeds are harm. Notlp* I I. hxrehy. gives that the 54 Florida rornor*tlon, Earl ... Pain Cllr) NEIL .
I rolT ,
pr..l4.nt.-g. o. "..11", ... touort handling item*-such is tool or und.r.Un.d as Hiwlal MHO|-I> under Ulbrroon. yb. rpohlonc Plea, duador .ho 1-41 .. GU.8lLU
)nd Ih.... II ..... .1..0.. J.pu.ulruldrnIbt.. H (Hnnnv) Ni>'lnon pet*-that have been In contact lest but poisonous mushrooms haves and' br vlrluo of the p'in.l.,.{ !.>.- I I. 1. ".. linnnt' Hrntt M lliua II I0om*...... Mornuio I p...;. Wodnoodoy. W_ Uid* *. Woral.Ja.Aunu4.. .

t.: 'tu.... 1HO' ..... Fink Foot with the plunt. Other get R good way of growing'withta grasp1'of urI..oft t.r.d. In ..aln..h..t.p.n< '.... I fuai Adam and known V I Iw, a nffUmra* nurvl\ln and* and ill.rcctora ..'. 'r.llowob. till: p:. Znoltg Wrubl.. I' ;

: ._II. R. (lao..1) N.Uoo - - - case of dermatitis by walking tiny fingers To he on the safe In Ih* Clrriilt ( oiirr nr th. Ninth' and Matuior' lrw.l.u. *f h. Bonds..
Bud tliuro,, I on .Judl"lai (Ilr'ult ot Flnld. In .lId I LtCHL Ails .:H'"I.T
VETERANS OROANIZATIONBAnorlom side locale playpens in s well inspected Sliver Knrrat fno dl..olvi V'nr-
l.lad Morrtonto DI...... La..... JOOOM Posuklummuilorbuoo through smoke of burning Ivyktcmt I for .Martin rounty. .In t'h..1. k.. Ida elurtospo lion. lIurl| M Chamliorlain : OEOL 5TMPET METHODIT. P..1
plnce. <' ( .. I In I.i IIIH 401 Hr roi'Jl "TV KNIGHT
Inc Unnr"
leavesA rv IIV.
or and MIMr.d HIP ( .
h.lrm.e" Himook .11 &
-Phllll. ,,. '"fhnIHln.
( (irlmmlno I
II .
Trum I ).. IV %M> "' Pnu..i'.r ..
I t.
Oirl.on 0 ** tItItils
I details home .hl.h hilnbanl wi rO..i'IOI'esdIrraa .
Building For
:tk Tb.ro., BtuoJl thombor .>4lk Moo.. I pm, UIIOP loll few folkt swear that t they complete on ,\ Klthom ml ,..h. "T' lice .... ManilaWonkfp
,. '' toxic plants e Agricultural Juno"l. ,, "oM hi. .. J. P.B'llsur.rnll (t. ." RI) No I. I 'n h.&t"" ,\.1 Woman Mluloaary -.
A_.... U. ... Stuort calch the itch via fog droplet driftIng grown Jln. Ih'kh.m. wi. ''011" : .y moot fin*.
: CONSERVATION nmmondor-h.,... KlloonInd Extension Sc-u: Bulletin : | .n ..,.. ritla... .'" : 1'o'J I! RN: wa.r .II "D.' S.. ...

Pi1'Auo Bonlot. Md Sorrw
1'lorrnr Loonnril hi. and LR .
Moor Bo III be N. 01.lhr
lvs'klunn-kui.u can I flay or 'IIRICTi5'HEIT.15071CM
AmorloM. .... ... ....._ I.r.hl .n .. Board
pm. W
i Monn I ".m Mrat N. ooel Baaakauak Around the Home. The publication PrIm* and Slush Price wife I tb" ..t. ."n.. wko Steward (S
treated with home .
Wolto* Loofu C..ad.-.lI. bIltb. remedies. These are IVfcnilanla I. ** Hpoclal M... p".n. t thlo au>*: OF \t HO.TITMHTrOHFItll T"_ Mok ...111)
t.uld.nt-4)arrn. Klndrod 4th Sou. .._ include a shower using strong I Is available from county and I,, I. Chnnrrrv ."pDln''d b" Ih. .'. 'U' c..f.nt.o !.., .*>'JH; OF ,

'it ,..... I p..... Ut Null I BonkJunior Amorloo L..,.. Anln...,. J.Q.I .allp..tlIr. 0111'. or a paste of baking oda. home demonstration agents.SPICUIIST (>'''", In of onl lh, .
Conioratlo Club ...... 'k B.. ..I Horns. .Hnyilor" Several remedies are available at oCr., for iwlo, ond aril al pubIlonsIIrrt' or ,ror .r lbs ante .Kmo Pofosa.denlo h.v. flied m) Iliiok r..I'd..I"lor.n. .... .. .n."'. WorshIp .IlNNFTT
*& p.m.AmortiM .\ nf t h. Estate of .
'n Iho hlvho.t sod boot hidfrr .
fuoo, 7ilo pm Stuart Togtk Catr Ihe JACKSON a* holro. dorloa. la.toa, 1..1 londep '
L.lo. Au.lll.rr StuortFni.ll.nt drug More for r.ot.' Iii, Norlhwo.l front rrnnt'ra. oiK-c-oaoor*, Iro-al ronrooonlatlv WlIlHm Ih.I.I".hH. Ilr'rslrd: p.. a.wth ".
Stun lalllUk. Club -Mr.. Tk.roio Hrowo If a si/ublo part of your body AT FOIST IIOOI1 I door tl rntirih iiii nf M.MliiToiintr .**. a.ol-o. Iniotooa, Ii.r.er..lllare ..- I rotltlon for S'uC .., 5orrlr.

I-Id.w.. ...B.... Urodlor.....rel lnd-4lk MM.. I pm, lotto Hall I In affected consult Four General In Iho CHj nf Dinar FlorMI .. o* olkrrwloo olainianla rlnal mxHiarice and ,thuS on th* "I' '..Tonudop k1*... Besting
Moollnc a physician as Army Specialist on tho Ilik' iloy of Moptomhrr, lIlt dny o 1.'lmb. A. T>.. IMI, ': p.m. .
::, dlronwro.I lot Nol Bk. M.rtio Cau... ......11., W.W.I V._ Ivy poison can he quite serious. M Jackson, twenty-lit whole 1WI. hotwrrn lIt, ho',.. of 11:011uiu.k : ) ood 1 I will appl)' ,.bla Fvana'rarv. :1 W.dnuday Iry. Mo'nl'
; .
l.imm.n.l.r Philip" A Kino AM anil ln: P.M.. Ik* ..... All Itt:, narling ha.lnjr ., ; Jr, Coucty Juilii* of Martin .
rBIEMENS OMCANIZATIONSJMOM l.l-lrd Frl: J. B. Coiomualtr;; OMlo There are s number of other mother Mn. Ethel !. Walters, hint n Irval. .,1. day *nA th. ., ," .Ihk"nwl* snv rieht tilt rnutilorlda.I for approval R "S. MIItODIS ow*

poisonous' plants around the home. lives in Stuart was assigned" to hour. tho Ino-ot hour nf aalo' nil : .t'T. She follnwlnarioarrih.. nf mild final return, and for an Ii4l .. .RIICK
.*.... 1'|..... Au.UUryPmlilont Marllo County Barrocko AuillbvF Order nf rlnal Plarhar** Ad. .8uady SV
.... .... One is rparalo Inliroolo of nell "' .d guI properly .||ut. (.n Marti) s 11 I ril ..
-Mr*, M.rla rrudtt .Id.n.- Hulk N Hall the oleander. the let Armored Division. at Fort rtnnio I. and to that rorlaln .. nilnl.lrntor of Ih* hUl.to ofM1.. Morning; Wwokk
sot Moaday, S *..m.toon l.l-lrd Fri. I pm. Oil Coov n.... 'h.J County, FloridITtrcrlvt1na : 4,05 ..MTrtilO
If !
10 rid Wfint and darlratlor) | of Inl.t
you try your property Hood Ttx. on Aug 31. I. m\i'v0ifTtXvK"jlK\ c pxm. r..nla Wnkn
... ,..'. .. .d r >r.., 11. 1KIS being .. t Va .
Bowk Valuator r. D.p.roul V.I. Cowtoll M.rtio Cau. of oleanders by burning don t Inhale Jackson imbalance ,. a : 5'lse portion III, p... Thundar.
Specialist an of Ih
(raoldontJock. Adli Ch.lrman-Woho W. Koll.rIrd for thus aorlMlit promlnoa | afnrth <( nf tho North.w.at All.o. S. ..... Ykurudup .01 a.
too*, I p.... rirooouMPort I 110.. I ...., Stuart Lo.lon Horn. the smoke. Smoke from this driver l In Company A of the ...d hrlnr. In Slarlln rmiiitv florid Q loP.r i of fVinihwotKi.rt.r ('hcl.Iob.r.. 8.. <.

tobm FlrooMo'o Ao.llUrT" V.F.W, Stuart toxic plant is as fatal as a death let Armored Division'i 47th Medical doarrllMd .. follow, '.-wlt ,II Hoiith*. f Ioflg Hoctlon o 41.Foot T.wn.hl"andrnntolnln Pub, A..*. u. .:sTl?.1. 1M "ll.IUaYU...

?rould.nt-Msrv C.unno I Om.ne.lar-Jobn. kt afnrroyIndltk chamber. Battalion at Fort Hood ealer.I" TVKln .! a point an* ft n ohalnPoulh .IS seP..1 rnnro or U : 1
Ird Tkuro. lao. 1/.. rirokooooPort Ihura, OoluM Oal4 StIlling All of the of the Hoilthwoot rarnr ,. 'n liSt eulliuw.In. I* THH ('IH('I rot MT OK THHIMII IYDNET Lowij ':
parts plant are poisonous 4 \the Army in May 1963. He .n''ln. I S 5ndu.
BuSsing. v.lutaor ? .. DoportiBMlPro.ld.ot I .f (lovormtMinl Lot 4. .ntoa .. ., hound. Io.a'lt! \ .11 )' ( II, IIn ,,8 I.ho
-Rob.r. John.00 VF.W. 1.1...,_ if eaten One leaf contains I completed basic training at Fort {4. Townohlp I Hotith. tt'.,. Ptoptlugal .u'h. .' 11055s5 .p.uot \ run UtTR roitiTt, t ...WoruhIp

llt-lrd T.oo, rirokouo= (r..d.r-Jo W. ._tea rnoiiith poison to kill an adult I (Leonard Wood. Mo. and wIt last I Knot: 'h.... uteri and parallel o-otne North .n Rail lisa InNorlhraat VIIIMII)5.t'sitSerR5. a. p..Young. P.npt.s Fnns.uklpPSESSYTLBIAN I
_ In the Uuiith lira of oaldClovrnnir'nt th
-- Ul-lrd Hot. llM .... Foot Hums comer Ixvit: ar* >0. ISIS
Dry leaves art) ss deadly at green assigned nt Fort Sam Houston.Tex. Lot 4 tn the w.,... W.ot on Kortk lISa "II f.ot! HtrtlB UArfrUil .GMMUNI.
aahATIRNAL OKOANIZATIONS v.r.w. A..D....., Stu H leave of Iho Atlnntl Oionn lk. then co MouthMotorl oa ailralihl rumtiff., { Hub. 5..udSHiNGle

CuuoIL.r.-ll.vid* ol O.Molor Comm.nd.r...-Mr.. Joonlo SmllkUtlrd |Miilhoot rl* rnoanrlorlnr\ h tin* In a point > test ... DICISl. PMIOTO.M.
Mo Ur Uunn.nto44tk Wod, Gold. Moo. ?45 ..... MoooBlo. TooiploAeooki I I II I
oleander stem force to N(1f'thwesterlSoulh America nolnt whirlS I 14 .h.t.* 14 *n Hut of .at*: Item* a u.s. Wurnbip JUr.1 ,
- - - may you doiiiH. lln. Voaik I
Nnrth of I" p. r.llo..l.lp
...... Lodco sit a nootlnuou .tralrhl loSpolpt 5010417 "5' .1. .
Wonklplul" 1I... .,.-.Ckrl.lloo K.Ik MISCELLANEOUS take a sudden trip lo the hospital one of the first New World re tin. II .n.hlp I Jllh 1- rnioror-rtlnr Ih.I'. torATlL rl t.Au'eIIQ ,.* p... 11'....! Advlt.roata Cko**

|>...... T..... I p.n.. MooooU. lM.. .b Ct.. Air P.lrulC.mm.od.rLluilugnt Bating part of the plant may send lions, explored, by Spanish colonizer Purse 41 Moat. na _. asH rant: frnm 111 OlvTolan.rarmlnndol"I Strut
rltht. an,l. 'h.o: tnrnc* d.i* Foot. to tk. point' b.piosing. Tault trIo. illV. W rTAJHAN FELLOWSHIP
... MlUor c....... Ilk J. f. Pining you on s one-way trip lo the ceme- *, still contains vast areas Woar on lln* par.ll.-l with Ihot Yen' AttIc iirJ ) p.,. lIonel C..
1'1......-........ Oorolkr. Nub MMIO 'fu..d..,.. 7.III P... that unknown to out. vtr lino o' oald Pctlnn: II a Complaint, f for .. '."pntha tan 5..r.y Driu. Sirs Pins., ': N
..4 ,burs I ... Bibs Udm cry are virtually and Hoplton 14, ,.. lbs wolor. .. with [
I C.I.... ol ISO .hn '1..1.11 pIghIsthrrustu fllo4 against "" ant you 101.1. '. .5 :
Oleander poison may cause" only utters o' Its Indian RUr: tIt..saNn'lhweIloPiv apperI.lnlnp.TiiuoertnIioo roqiwotod to> .* aopy nf .I..kl. ... .. .
,... S\tm\ FW .n.rltytp.lh. Cbuiiun-l..u Comb.rupontlu. jm.un4ppjg. tIta a. .V. Ib1 .
nausea duzlnett. drowsiness' or An.wor or o h 5.C f
!llr..tor--ltuuu Phllh "" w't.
Cot Ck.ptarl 5b1ltl. inS RTI'.I'IIR\T: wsl.rs nf the Indlin.' ISIr I: That rmrtlnn nfth r 05.5105 Complaint t'IaIn'tier. PENTECOSTAL SIBLZ-4s4t.uss..
III W. nuint
Bl .
Oooo d. AT 7-4111 nolnr ir tYut nf tho North X of th* Nrthw ,
.la>Btr- .III... .H. I. AbbattiJHr LtfI: u. Alas ItTI.R"III"T a Alrrn, T O. K.uk. P. O CIY5TIS BIlINNElI, Psotar
Tkun. | ..... .kooooi Lad Colfor AaooolallMPrMld.nl isj TIIH iinri ir tOt 551' or THUS 111 beviIsISlsCI; 'h. Haul 10 Ouartor. "f bits Hnw fcwoo< Ouartrr Iso ills. Cluiirt. Florida. sod Cite I J,.....auado. IW. f '
Mr Bill Horlo.ll 1\1' 51 lIP MtnrTlui. OF ojl'''ltt J1IIH It I. fllt"UT IIAn Ih. nolnt of boilnnlnr' brln of VMII. 4. Tn.nok4n II Sb.I. orlo-lnal. A"..... or .oth.r writton I ...Hoooor Cmonllotl
XI C... Pkl CkoftorFra.la.Dt t-ittt Minus] iwtvrt, ,. Itarllnn II Town.hi. .ililo. Nest. 41 Hoot, 1155'Senerlbsd dcfouee t* ouch roinplalnl .In I** Woem.d. | It.. ',
Tina, III* 0.01. M. g.Qolt Ctr..Clok H INtItI: 11155 51.4151551 I .
Mro. Jo. lining 41 Plait "I t
KkllHIlM IV ( tUMFItYIV ". Ranov narHcularl} d .. fol- Iho nr'loo. of Ito Clerk, nf tho Ctrtult .
Ills tIlt "II
'... ... Tkuro.. I ..... komoo I*. Townokl IT PoolI.. t.
LKnlr Art* ClubPr.uldnid..Mru. '111 WI"\ IT StAY ('ON'JlRN: .n. asis to. low.: ( "luart Florida' .. ('HItsCH or
: .
-", .. tko AoMrkM Rontakoooot .. .. Aokk Arkoto Not...* I I. heirS prlv.n th.l on C'lC'U.1II: m. YOL '.. > 4t Faal 'l'ugslh.p. .'ltk kofor HIS Boy of rVpi wk.r'iK CTHIM CHSl3Tlsj CHUIC5I H.IT !
1'leI.Uft.Y' alt rlwton ,.. thrrount From th c rnr .rhe
..11... Morjorl* Momlotrd SrI Fit. I HI ..... (ooiMiMortkt gftilomhrr I. |lest. |In ofrur.linr.liri I ..t. ... h. 5-u.k
spps.rtslnlul.ph1ps oa.14 North I* Shelorth.sal """. TO rw>
( ,...... .- m Sotllnno 111.A* and 1110 : 01 1 1..1. '
CmwtF Fair. .....1..... HniM. rHoiuloo, 11111.. Iho Konnlol ; ELMER: : n. TfltC.tusigulunt. ) lh.r'nf' ihonr* wont I, ..l .I". ..& "Kr". .... ,
It nubIle posI .I."t. .a.. ,
Moat Ih Nulls hue .
D.M.I. Club I run a-olii.t 1110 .. .
=- ... Jrnhuun WrI.M PrrnldoaI-4. W. Bu.oot Cnnntv Coniml.nlonor. nf blur.. 5517510 ,... smunMtM ........ .. 4.urlhut I,, sou'l.I oj WortH H for 5 dlMnrof Fd In ) fomrlalnt.I.C .m.l. ,, ...I.. Wnruhlp. '
tot Moo. 141 .. JUrlMltaral Bid till CViunty riortilo. rroo.iitlntt tit $554
oiloplod a
p-m W.'II'V feel dalsi Nuvs'nu fl lo 5 nolnt 1 thonr .Th. ". ,
otk Moo, 14* P.OV Maoonlo TooiploLMtbof cloolnv .. tl oban T1 Kl lOJkM", oa THRBTATN \ : DON A VI!> IIISUERMU| ot RtuorlMartin .
aand I -
p., IMS. fild' J. ""* It onrl of |aS4*. ,. -
a .
Mortl C..*.. Gill sal CMCITF OnPro.ld.nV or .LOnIPA a Vunlr Florida thlo lath
Iho full.iwlnailia *o.uin .. ...... Plug rtunlilf <
ond rr-rnrdrrt I I. l<*rd Bnok M Bat tn Bouthraat. mato of
po..mpm.ot M .-Kd Hlih. dIintmI' as part of ImllanAvniio TOi 'T.M9' II. KOUNd 1.1 .**. r.. ]
PIta CMunty, of Intoraortlnn .' Y. EVER
Chit. Molrlorok Qlidro ."..M Ird TIIOO. fill p.m, Clullll.... U *lHi.. n on "i'II'J" nfituart iii.nnra THInola" Florida, puhiw' M.t.- th ,,. o* *>>. gold North h'v "M TIME A FDRCST '
\ .
Cub JW. t ..... lour Bull M..... CM IF Form BorM I I at 1'.Pnrma.... II In fororOod Iho puhllc I In rororilaif : Yr>|T AnN HfHKMT: notlfloit Ihnf Tk.* MM. '. In reid ,",., .It; nm Eaat alitilt **M "'Ol't. .HI (tlC ARE

d.poodool Ordor ol Odd Follow* PrmM.ot.-AibotS Erootof .Martin rmtnty. b'lrlds.. parllrnarly a 1' soninlot. for nivnrm ho. 'bunillul *. afor olil. koln mull. la uslI.tyo.ATflIhl : 'ii. for a dlolanr *ff fl J..I.. c.ln.I.'. .C, STRIKES; !
a or pl* *f 7. (C. ,
Koklo In lh fcovolrlod Caurlor
Oroodv-Loalo Ckoao SoMlaolo .. .
lid Tkoro, dourlkrd a* follow.. : lo-wlt. pl. 10l'l \
BoontoirJoko I). Cror ".I *ni*,1X1 you ar* h.r.kroniilrvdl lat .., of ttoptomMa .. PI.lutitf

iot-lrd Tooo. ( p.., IOOF Bal Nerds" COMMIT Aontoup Radio Cktk Tio.rHritlon nf a ..*..) right I* "IIV 41' jrourtnowor lP4t.HINOT' wIlt I .c 5114 YOU ;
Tn.eth.p ptngrlsm lights
thr 1'1..dlo, to |". P 07MMutpou'luI
bdlM CkM Blur EooompoiMt U ThIrd.leIanI'1I Tb.. ...'. I Brltlo.... AT ,..." Huhdlvlalon r wnv through.. rornrdml Htimrt In Piro.I'lot 'umslol.I nn Iho *"........ for Ihorial.llf M.pI.r. I. ('\._.1' lker.uunt. Sppetlidsl.q.Ted :. ..on. -M. I* 1?. IMI

PuWlurub-Thurwotd WilnoBidIlk "'. .. M rt, MILLXD 'MANY. rissny 'WAIST GET .
'1'..... I p>. IOOF Ball M..... CMOJIF HnlorHol. ....... tr Bnoir. FlnrM I .,Buklln us. M.rtl.n"r *nrdo. oaMrn4 K nhot Tlilr4 Au,".. pVrl MnrinrMo = Hy. Krari ('var,. ItAllor and! **c4i of **_ *r* n.rokrrniurr4 1 THaI ('IMI I IT lot N T or TIll BURNED

...... ., *< ........ and OlIn .". nrlt *., for IMalnllfff 5,5 lIla, ywrr Aoow.rt *"'' ""Hf'. U. tintiiT .
Buck Saworo Club ..d A........ Poml.ju4-R.lu.d' M.rrolllot right a *y h.lna <155 .. nleodln. fM
FrootoVnt-tioorio Totlto Tuoo. till. ..... Fln NotlMol Bk.Mulllplo fort. In width and bring that pal In ,...> ..ffl. .! tl.. i'k.HiIk ttf. "l Klr.1, Nitlonol .111 *arainot las and.) a rom"I..* k. "A"nH.TV.nitsirBT t*. ..I IUI.
r. of tk !Ninth J .
(Tb. Wbs.do..inbr.oid.ntM part 01 Ifli. 1'I.. H. II. IT. r'Immll l rt *.. lulll.. ,.. Wa.ilia. 't l.'mea .k **awlnalur Coup SMfOANN
... UsIng SorrlM .. itlelnl OITiill. .0 *r kwfar th U ti I', > i J. .
II. Fonbort H I IS and 'IS of Iho nhnTo d orrlhrd >
tod-4tk FrL reo I ..... I. B Co.. CktnoOut ........*-C... H. Tomof .iih.ll.,. ".. t r, t lira .... nt Ortano A.!>. "tl4. .H-r l* .,,. ,. .rldarttfc. the* of abo which_ d.. I .I. |qulol prtv till. M. t Stuut Rotarychub
<.. .. II...* teTlted' '.d.". TIMO. I .... vllhln I* foot of ooi.Ii oldr. oftho fall lent SC l rr*. .V.. .....f... nopl i i 11. 144 I. ., ....,.. ".. ME'.J."t.

P..z 0. ..........] Fob CIty Nooo ............ O.kProoMonk II..,fallowing dr.rrlb,4flrgluniun rrnlor* ... ulIt 50,SWYS. nuulpro4 mwouKrm.ouim.5 .'CI.5IClV 1 ..'lI. -A -- ; "..1"I. 'tl. .. .. wil ItUI. I i "w.Ill.

P Ckoplor ..... Illaab.tr FallorMO APt, .ICp5u tItle' tltls dai' of ....p- #S.U I.. .," .. .oof-o-d, bp .. arpach 15rte.laul.s0'PnI'm Or. ..E I
n-l u.r .
Proold.n...-Mro. H.rold Slrouoo lid Two, till. .... Ctrl C-.. ot a point on lbs 55mboluIk. ... will ,. ro*i.*.*4 ..*.1. .-|< lU.UM WIa N. *tWFP"IflTm "
.. ... .. ... lIt' t't..11 r o, rt.\IH
Moo I poi, koo .o P........ .....! ClukM ko r>" rv II. unitS of Illnort .o Omntr Floridan rtMartH. knowor nehop pin.dsow ... kr lilt Ituotus PIrsot1syl.ttonvllI. ;
Parma MurxMvUlan pulseb.lnw 114), ) 00 *r hor .t" ".. *fivptnrkr. | .
Cl cbs,'" .. I In 'h* rontrrlln.. of ono V"- r'i.h.l1 .' p14SN flRt Soul '* .North Carolina Tn"
Proold.nl-Mro. Harold Borkoy. :i'tlat. .. |M4 wIlt slip ( of T** *r* hrk otlflnl that"na.pJalnl S
Call lot MOtkal plus .li> *. foot county roodknown r 1>ort ( "Vllnax .
.....111 ,.,.., .... lb. ( aol W for DIv.rn. kn n_
1* *
kMMOrdor no Indian. Avoniio ooMmad ...to It P. rvi I. I'MT I
.! ........ I.. CM.Wortkr Fort. Soloro HMM PimmmrotU ClubPr.nld.uinluuu. Ulna1 ..,...... l.,. 1* Servo.'" III... .:.,:. llrd ...,... To* I I. abov.
A.vl.or Judr SUIokj No>Hol .. .., rnmuEm nil' swsn.nm. qua Pr 1.1. "* l.ll.o. >4 IT i* Iho .lon. !|r rlh dKlat .
i.t ill C17lu ..... ....'.......... flushItru". 1 ; 4 t* nr ,. ri.. of an- -
lot-lrdTooo. t $1 Moooulo. TooiploKorol Tkun I p.m. CootorRIplkNl Ihrnr* prnrd .tb. .*! msrmwpmp" muMr FlorId.. ." ...r.. .,. ,
... .,.. .. ... .. uSual .... tssosoi _Sr ." t...
Fob. Bok.koko Iv .Mi a II. lo a nolntIn '* tfm. la horok r fn I "Noti.. .l.fl beItuhil.ted CITY
Ardor .
Fkror* .. |**ro.. CMO. .. ... wets >l WHIt lbs rivrti *f *
"' of m5nr.Ms4 .
".bla Orand B... Oru. 11.11t.tlrd Ik '' .aid ovl't- o,1.tj'w JJTIrtat. Ia 511 Plsu1 5.wS, P HrloA, os or befug at*
Moo, I .... IOU Ppn.ldnnl-Jobuuls. Co Skis law ronrf thai lbS. kt>|w*..n |l..t.iu .4 175rm1.o rtVMIOIT Ir
? 11,1181o.rt4.um. .ohll.hsd I. n .
,IM..rd Tb.... S P.M Oooorol M M1... amA II of tho nboT. dpuIs. of 50't. Mi| r' ... with t Ito 5OWilmSpSe. wr 14 .. *adi ".rr COMMISSIONSTUART
Elko Ud0. I.TIjioltod toot Tkuro.. I PM, BU.IMM* MoMMtLuow Ml ...... Mid nnlnl 10.... Iho r,..* nf Ik* rimiii. f*..... I In ."<* ( work r M-rtln fr f r". itlr"Tv ouweno. *ltM*<* *>oior.otd betsy
: ituior--J.rl, ( 0. iPurrood. *t rrwlo ifc*
..... Moadvolwort KnollS St. ..... Tubs Club noint .r lttl.rnoesIu'I. nf tho .'uu.lrls. I for Wrl'q C* nt*; .FI'rM* no*" i .. ,, I .l it>* A'unplelst*will k*& :
f Iho oxtoiino I ? rood drrW r.|nt nf ffHNtnf MiKllotlmt of >" .arkrtdfc 1 :
fkrino ClubPr.uld.nuJnbs Oommod.r*-I M ...... In,. ;.:; $r5S of w.> tin* thIn' ..0"tlc'Utl.....* 11.ARTI' .-. ... 5'I *.*! AWn lieu.* f IS pirn day ED of at A.4 omolrt ,dEu 1'enr.oo.d$ W bond Mr rm end aral
AlJ.ro lot Tkuro. a..., Took CM or ..,. Host rT*. wit
lull (' REGULAR \
_.. 1 .., Monotoo ClubV.11.4 ..-. > 'PSI. I .Srt I' .
lot 1' Torkt .
P ....... Boord. .. ...,.. ,1. .Wrr 'h. do.* of .nvt,*" try. fCL'
Ctmmml T......... ........ ibi." SIll day 0' "",,'.m"' .,. .. rT p.5Pfsu T t. I .
...,.. C. ooolor -Cd Hovard f>rooM.o_ .._ "11'.. ".t. ..ni4r ....,.... I will ..>-5n. I* ....., .. 5' f- un.t I imrTnY Af rtrTtcsiOovV r < i>l* Caort F.M. ug W BM 4fhStwrtOtjIUI
Jan Tkoto, I p.... lour HoUDoonktora lot Tkoro. I ..., SewS Boo*, ut5 n Arwoo'slngMt ""' ""'M'T ..*.., hatrlti. utq i.rl"'l. -l r.'o- of VarBy 1 ...
tV r ll4SVTAU
lo ... ,_ I MONDAfl
IP.M55'VIW Xo .
uu.nlmso I. ONwao. !
*/ "A
8Ar.d or tko CntMhnMTMro ,.... StoM SooloryIrd 7tssoup ('l.q'krspoww
.. I
vYurvT. .onlr A1f .. : >k.t |K. **rt* r K r. fcl' ,.
r-'c'-I Mortto i.o BowottCvdor'of .. .._ iwmen'TW ;y getl.s lyw.py prstkClF.b11
Pr.ul.tuui-Tb.m." M.ms..rnp .rtt &Of. A. WACHA **a* U fin ** *V I
--- MM. I .... P..bH... LJbnrpTMrM Chalnnn' .1p. *>o )lH<-> F**'!*" ax* ebsu lh.r* rxn.uSOmiit5-' ("MsaP' S O II" *OttIT
(a.... Eootorori o7Mr. ..".AMIwiroihr ar* o. M t.:r prona InltrotUd laflojftlKllil ;: sn.rus m.tIfttee P Uk Atwars
w. ...__ .. Jooopk Boowto tf.oro. 0.., AT1PFPI ...1" ............ pnw.pa5p.5ua211&ua.tTPZtsp I =.A' o w.

......__ ft ..., MooMio Tomplo. I ,...... ...... I ..., Flub OMOM "' .ffiO. Clork ItTVKtB. Jitrukv : rr* : ?
tub. A is. I .
Puk.. ..... IT. 111 r : ,. IS, It 14, Oct. I. 1114 n. .IT, ..






. .

The Governor's Re ort,- I.ui' thcif i nl.1 I prone timl .nh Finish Altering Tit STt sRT. (TltwMa''0') NS '., September 17_W4 7 r

maO, vrcondnn' .knurs rtiM fmp- I

ty into the liiizcr pnnian Liinwk In fiM ot ','achl'T of a major round to hjvi MSIIil cKiiLis tlui

The land is M flat Ih Sdfrh Civic Building sthool. \\ em. 41' per cent were required eve Lorixuive mtnsiirisJiatrlrt

Flood Project Is 'Conservation Action' Honda that the difegaioG that -- ,[.
m I I.tI
NWr Rows is ofttAed drtermiHedW L

(he way the wind h Mowing. In Little Dixie Kxclusivc In

Says Bryant in Review of Accomplishments ffe.water to Hie hu-Ull through tTixxl huge Control the nttrnp.camib.Dwlrict to force had secretary Arthur ol P Krir. executive Au Martin only we can County give ..

reported to rni
Bight of thee |k nt pump artalready t. th* fummw
torrfems In the oM ,
By FARRIS BRYANT in operation, with more Iht "
in D 4e were

Governor of Florida to save water to save land to save' fWx>s and. droughts more seven Yhey started by using Lake Okeechobee 11 CI tfie fvtimp Way 10.1100,19(10 If neCHMry( 4IK>they M Of cv nw 01'lplt. Utl an th"uil" EskaPROTIitN

As.recently u 1947 many South property even to save lives. n Art Clear that Mart hrtftt dfVeV as controlled water storage M1e r each mimite enough to WM y f.\ I chl .1

Florida honwownm had the experience Nature's own plan for conservation >p a coiteierVaHon plan not urea Then with earth xhke\ MN ly the daily water needs ofMikiii center hy the day an for )Ch activities WAVE

of rowing a boat across i South just a drainage plan, for the entire they created three huge reservoirs !tn Just t eight mmutav I in evening. .1 ,
in Fionda-
their front yard and wading region and the Flood Control The Stored water I is uted directly Trie authority's oummumty center Our halnlrrwwr, m tspetlan trahiHby _

through their living room I long then period of standing water District was created in 1949 to south of il. hy farmers for irrigation of 0 Tenth Mreet i 1. Ncmg used the malm of KSKA: rrWnV*e ,

Twenty years ago seven of evkry man drought- i d not include nut into action such a plan. These conservation areas cow their fields and for protection ofgroftlna for meeting of adult chi group*. In ailvRiKed mative wavh f MrflvmU .

ten acre in South Florida were The purpose of the pUn is aim- ermg more area than the slate of crofs agairtit front damage -i Knegcr said and for .n and that nuke a f.ht' nahle dlffftfuce For

continually submerged and nineteen Only a thin strip of coastal land pie* to remove water from the Rhode Island' gave Ihe district Crty dwellers U' it Indirecthy other social functions.As .

of acre flooded where the seas had created a long land rapidly during flood periods some place to put the rainy sea as It seeps back into the earth soon as the hat a ".tnm-dll'.ltnll'd prrmanmt of un-

periodically every. twenty *cries of sand dunes we call the and store it for u' mrj.ka S I 12 50

coastal ridge was high and dry seasons. But pulling the plan into water has not been dumped out to "supplies' \hat furnKh them _'atrr rark adjoin nl the civic center. | Pmtrbt Nave avpotnlmHl tnday

The Flood Cehtrat Control and Southern District Florida hat during most of the year action was not to simple. The nor sea- would be done if the project for drinking barhin|, cooling, baseball l rl ami other playing Rrg. $1.000 I Sptvlal jMf*

The early settlers built homes mal method of storing water is to were concerned only with lawn VMcrirtg and tt imtlc s other area will l laid mil, Kricger .

made pa'* history of thu *ort of along the coustul riJjie and lived dam tap t Stream, allowing the drainage the water is availablefor uses. Industries van now move to added. Powder Puff -

thing in Florida comfortaWy. but as Florida's climate .inter to collect m watershed uw during the dry months of Florida with the assurance of a Beauty Salon

The reason you can live hi what drew more and more people area behind the dam However, the year stable water supply. Coast Guar approval may he

feature intended at a swamp of a the ridge became crowded and in Honda where the land is flat More than 6V O miles of canals The conservation areas also ere (ltain marking of rmv- JSF.VR STUART POST CHlCfe

Hoodplam and still have a dry men began lo move westward into and natural streams few dams are havt been dug to carry the water ate hortes for an types Of wildlife nll hmrds on federal %a- Managed by Virgie Davis

comfortable home a lush yard the fringe of the Everglades. not practical The Flood Control to and from these conservation and provide! a million-acre fishing ten within their borders where

land plenty of fresh clear water I Attempts to drain and irrigate. District had a create water storage I areav and counties, cities and hunting and camping playgroundfor MicK safety all havt not been I 117 F 7th Sf. Mliart, 1'II..28749MAIMKHTKKXKMT 'I1.V.OIl.

from the faucet-is conservation I small sections of the vast swamp I areas. groups of landowners can How Dorldians and visitors.. ..., In'ltaled.

Cowicrvatlon simpiy means tohave" \ seemed to work at first but mensoon LEGAL APytKTHEMENT '..m'L tin .:HTI.IC'ltV.'' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL -ADVERTISEMENTADMFNDMENTS --" ,n\-.RT r..t."T
and that is the Job of the found the .
they were upsetting --- -- - -- .
Flood Control District- balance ...
Florida of nature the
makmg PROPOSFD CON S1Tnrnos.\L it UK \onD: ON NO>TMBFR 3, 19ft.

:;::}'1 'fJ'-r. NOTICE OF JirBCUt, EI.ECTIOXI : !I Ml of th* OnP.aUla I tlftcatMi nhall I bo la.uad In .th *. NO T "..nH .. .Additional M.'I I., nr "," .'.1 "I".
u h rey rritfd Hum* of tho late board 1 f rniltllm of Hexleinit or Amemilnir 1 thereof aaMtlne or .,il h. r
WHRnEAA tho tllatur tifI'll 1Y.I I hr auhmUtod If Ih* .I'It' : ahaH bo lIr nid for and on al'u TI IItJ' nUtLI'Tlo luilona method of rvt JKIh : antlclaiUi* al' t ,'
In.ttI.\ CAnatllullon ot UU *iato for rtTfh I : ih* board of publicInatru NO. nllr* conn Hut Ion of rlnrtitn I Inlereal at hot cII. ,n,
".f, nf Ih* Him* of Florida did P..a flail D" rejntlon at tho ne t .en.fal "linn reiniealln- Imnmnithereof A ) ,l "' fcnd aa .n aililllliinal method of r.. t'ln. icnl 'ill pr il"
,. Joint Heaolutlnna nrvpmln*; amendm rlortlon I. be held' In and no .l..cilon or applhvral I. .n : :: vUlltftir tnenctlna an> portion nrnnrUMM **. and malurlntfjftauch 'ln ..
:: nta la rtie t onitltntlon of In* 11164: xD"n.1 oT qualified eleciora tr .fraholdnra *- ( Ihe Hurlita Cnnatltulloii nf It, either hraftch nf Iht time wTthhi rhe vteni ,
jt1 ; : Stan' or .Ilorldn and they war* .h.1I be required fnr rha liauanc In* l.i 'h. Imatlnn nf :1 latlatui. *. al aa> roanlar ._ ft yr tTM, trlAt a* fhi b' 'i .1
." ."" ..d 10 by a vote of 'Ihreefirfhaof I ocllon II pVHOOti BOVJMt FOn of tloviIA. rnmonl, mlllnir .r .. .n., .p..1 or ..,....." my determine. |n aililiilnn ,I.. ..xit
Ii Ihe nirnihera elected tn eaotiilia (Milv' IWlUViK : I".ot.NI'I. |nraMdiiur for mean* arMlon >all.d fur Ih* PIH-PK* may .lain* ih* powb>a now pr.i lde.1
*... The \ai. of .aalil Joint 'AI'ITAj' "" Janwary I, Mirl ICOMHTTFR "ontimrity or Mat* ""' ue- Bropoae hy joint r* nl niton reVlalnn : th* Investment' j
H .. luttnn* wor* entered upon ttiatrrujxTilv and for I'' > do >eara ther* .IIHTtTtTTW FOHlliHHK .. floVmniehUI Po ot (he enllr* i-nimlliullnn ork r..J, *, lit Hoard nm> :.
Jfnrnala, 1th ,th* yPIM ftor. Ih, HII' prnwda of Ih .1 JOIST HMHIIIA.TIONM p rlodii'f '* *n..I..n.i; rovlilon or amendment f any fund* rreileil foi **l I I
and nata tliereon and 'lh*> did d.- reyenuea derived ft-Aiti tho llceiiaIn ). tilA trVim.dM) i.ra launrif In unMkytiiuk liortlon or luirllnn: 'lhi>- >r and may: I any inuntv nr pe 11rw .
I'I"ft.lttt direct that Ihe akld of motor vehli"lea In III* extentnareenary (llreit .ml ;pni\lile for an uleitlimtherm *.| and brld." dlalrlit. "ir uht
bo ennmlltad loIh to i un|>l\ with Ih* provlalon JOINT nRMUAtlOV propoalniln BB IT RBCnt.Mtll n, unit .. .". la pun.haw Hi*
: tori of th* mat* of Florid I nf thl; amendment, ehallJi : a mendment lo Antcl* XII Tatur of Ihe l"lal., V""I.I.; ihta rnainrcd nr marurlpa; po 'tictpattna
t Oeneral Kmttlon on November oollerled, b* plaied, monlhly Inth .lIon I ot .h. .,.I. 'n.'ltll' 'If Ih* Join I rmmlutlnn: I ,1\ adopted herein of ant :: .:,in:
*, 1114NOW. county "lanital i ullay and riehl tlon aiithorUln* l-rlnilpal of That Ih* '.I..I"t .inendnuMlof by vnio of throe flfiha of Ih* tthj*. JWLS.h! r. : '""
TrurhETFonn t, 1'0"AOAMIl. **rvlr* a,hunt fund 'In the .t.'. lat* n, honl fHinda: to: li* oupekdrd Article XM H"'lld. (\W> luemlien lcted In Ir.h h houa*. t ." : : I
ei-rriry nof (Mate of 'h.ICI" trea.urv anil lined only aa pro>lded for I'.i-lial Outlay on bilmlfof aitdlna10.tlon la Ih* Vraa ami na>a .iilerr4upon I 1 I .I.II.
,. Horldn do hereby .1 lve In thla' amendment; rliidi I revenm : Hlal,* lnallliiilnn: : > of MliLlierl fro** 'n1I., ehall 1 h, III'I their' rcapoithe Journal. and tI"rJ m"P"i ; :,.
nol,.4 that aQF.SF.n.U. hill b* dlairihutid" an no ally .arnln*. Inclu.llnn .tunlnr (tilIrlrea to Ib* I. of. the *' t; nn nroaoMd rvlalnn 01 amondmenl : ..' ." Ih
nionc th* leveral lounilea In III* and fnpltal tnuuy f.T trtrartnn or rejei tton *t <-,: ahall ho auhnillld lo the elerlor. I ". hi. i
F.1.M'lmr ratio of the mmil, of Inalrmllununlia I'llbllf Hi.hoola.PR rlocllnn held In .Vnembir 1 of 'h. ataln fnr railfliallm or 1 "II ., .
In ea< h roiinir In eai h I i KCTIOV Is OmllkMlltr .if nl Ihe n* t *nral L :, .l:;:
year ii u
IT nicwitA nDbi>y \*
III h* heM In nrh County tlln..ItI. computed a* Pros ided herein. Th* lalur*, of Ilia mat* of Florida! efvimerit. 111 i. lealaloliit.:: In- tion :, more than neveinv ,' .' 1"1'.1 ..
on Ih* flral Tueaday tflorIho mount nf the flrat revenue! de- der In \inaur > of do\a Ike a" .pll.. of Ih* ,.,. ".ni nl ) 'I.I. ,
Novemherhlrh That arllcl XII. **cll.in I ofth 'n"I .. (
flrat : d"zn: riled from Iho Ilimelnit of motor .nd local o> l "1"'I.n.' nhll..n of Ihr** .""
41 la b. I IM4.f bo aald Florid Oonelllutlon bo amendd In perloila of reuniting ,il I) of Hie member, eleitoil "m
r Ih* ratlf."." or .1..ll"" oftho 'IO.;: : dlalrlhuted ao aet *pro.vldeil Ineaih i aa .! forth below .nd that from dlaanler' emenren.y lauacit by ,.nentyailaik ,,In each home. ih: lalillurhall I < Th* nil' board tn ._.
aald Joint Heanlutlnna. nropnaInir aald, amendment be auhmlltad toIho provide for .uliml*>liin ot ajwiUl .h.1 ,
herein Nhalt he an mount ahall have Iho puw''t and nually iia* laid tunila In ,'"' .
mendmonl'* In th* Ponatltutlon Hunt In tho reiiale to tho prodtut I elector, of Florida for ratification Ik* Immediate' duly III in election at an .1'1.data, \r aarniint, flrel, in pay irr ni '
uf th* flat of llortda slsi of four bun 'Ired d'illara II4no DO) or rejection al Ih* .eui.rall fnr prompt acid lip .rr> The *evretar% .r aut, irnn** pflWlrpal 1 and lntr.*| nmlui f "
mtiltlfilled b> th* total nuinher ofInaiructlitn *l.tlon t* b* held In November.1M4 .Inn lo Iho power* and dm lew nolle* or 'the ninponed: reil.l.m nrrnondnienl ny, of aId hunda ;,nl ira.'linnr .
N. tI ur.Ha In alt Ih* rnuntlea : public offlcea nf .'h..v.r naiiir' and of ihe dale of Ih* miner fliel las .ntli Ipall >n ... f.
not"lltll 'II'IIST nF.ML'roIii of I-lor 1,1 a. Tho number nfInnlrucllon .rll..n I "IlISNrAf. OK "TATKfK .nd whether filled '. I..n or electron ihenon lu b* |>ubllph dt tlfloaiaa of mtnh counit nr aoe,lal
I (, I-X 'III unit* In each county In llilOI. Kl'M> TO IIKMAIS IV. I h IncMimnentN nf .lie HI one nwipr In eaihEuhly mail and brlilr. dlairli"t ir nth,, <*
A JOINT KFHOMTTfOV rtlOPOPl1C each yrar fnr tha purrnwe* of thlaI MOI.ATB KVCKITION Th : n.\., ,' J 'In ohlch a newapaper la .peclal lailnar dlalrlct' 'iherei >rnnd .
AN AMK.M 1 MBNT OK AIITI- I prlnrlpil of ih* .(.(. M-bant riind nn the power* and l'n flral, publication lo to earabllah a link In* ftm, | iacmunl
I CT.K Ml OF THW 1tlVHTITtTIONOC II I) Iho number nf Instruction unltaIn hall .m.ln .ncrcrt and Invlnl,*!* .I.ln. nfnc. a. and (II 'lu I'I '' ten or le.a lo meet fulur* reiinii, erne.i iof .
THW HTATK OK Ft mtOA: a t h county for th* achool ...pt only th.l ih* prim"lpl ofuoh : rhU'nlhor uieaaui a aa mat h* than ela-til I 1 III w *ha Mid hnnd* and ollm i mhe yt
IKOMDIVU FOR APIimilOM.MKNT natal year l'fil.aJ romputed In fund m | ncl 4 for novoaaarr and 1 protwr for InaurlncIh .tlon an,I the aeeofld P'"l.II., fn l anil.I .Ipatlon I icrllflt-ai :vtwh
r>v THF nxmin.* i.FI.. tha maanor her loror* providedby ri>plll nutUr.Y""b.r: ; of .1 Ifl* ennnitulty nf rovarnmental >,u- In I Iwal one I il ) after r It .PP .I>M tk* Anil. l.aifl iaa
h'I..\TI'RJI: IHOMfHNO FOH nilMlt a-oneral law. or III b. liMlliutloni of hl"br Irtrtiln, In.nliirtlnir .r tho e of ih' th*.blr,11 nrt mil le.n Ihnb four Incim. fnr nv year or teai-, *vili
r>IOV TO TIIK .:t.Ji'Ton."I number of 'lii.lrucllon iiolla t Inlull" junior roll***, .nd *.plIn > pnwera.i.I: ,, le l III week* before Ihe elcrton I IfIhe not iial wheiluld payment* |h ,
It Henolved Ry The ..." o".t. ".. .". ..hnnl tl..1 .mlr (or publlo Mlinoln.Ml latur* In all ,...: ('oviform iir oed ry| I lun ,,r amendmoiil : :"* ,
I| or the Htai* of Florida l..trI.'U"I: to ,Ih* rriiilietunla of roroilllilllon I : r"I favora''l: ; votaof am mil of Ih* prnjelifli' r ? *
: ; : (
1 That tha fnllnialnK' tlOti : ;, : : aJOIXT ei.enl I. til* calonl lhal InIh rr. l ,* rbrl .vol. Iwu centa lie) of :.t.:! ,:. .t1'
I of Artrrle Ml of th* rontltnrlntinf I ..".r.' ... .,01 .,.... bll' 'h. hnL"IIlD flPl4fIfA'TION ludKineni nIho 'le |alaliire kuto .innIheroor. la effn I al I monthly diirlnth,. year bI .. I.I I.
1-Torl.la I* trreed t* d ahallbr hord nf odlli nrlirn 'Ihnflnnfl Nit, U.. do would t..I. or I noon on tho nr.i afi.rih I tnli|.d fcy ..ld h .. a> '.11." .'
uhmlttrd to Ih* elorlora ofthl rr rtllril Ihv *ltr biwrtf), nr ,. .. .I." flrpl Monday riI.; HKhty' n r rent '" I I" u H 'i
(late fnf ratification or Ifjentinn. Ih* number nf lntrnitlon' nnlli InIMIIIIV A On.r L r'1 prniHiiIncMI 'u' "nll ul" r.lo .ln* ih* elertton upon ilnad tiMMirtm i f u :iltr ::. ,: .,
at th* .eneral election, of I h nn bfhiilf of nl XII "' n a Ke' er I r)*,.lion and *.tlon or to....n-i" urliMi "f .1,,,..
U.I. .I|,|H boirdntlilumlun h'I..n. whjil"Ih I ." """. ". mn'n, ".h'r'' .. Hftrllim la b* nuinhmii by 11* tut I If tiilid :ilpiin aneilnl J Ir. or foi Ih i. n i h
ARTIC'LtII MIAVl ri-rtlflpKtri under Ihl* HmTH.rf nf MUt r l no. tin "n. or In either, un any 4 of hrlrllrei ::;?. : ;n ;v .1 n\\'I.| i:i iWava i' .,
: : : Inrllnn: niMilnlmi nt nf Himrlnirnilint ) "'T "' .. i win .. ,
API'ORTIOS\IICST > f'ICSI.lIl1 jni-nitnirnl w h 11 h will prodiuxmffl or 11.1 'm.ln.. .t.,1 ," .11 m tl ""It an I i" ePo '
.f ubllo 'h"i '">(nrIn -. .
'Irnt rrvonu* a" d. r fhl..m I. crnt i |- I i the 11".1. iWinly
c.'tlon I. fXiMI-OBITIOV OFTill. .dm..' ." ...1 .n. ... ".. rwinihla.: Ijil.*. Mnnlfi. 1.I'If"I..ATI'IIN. Th* liuil- third < I l/ll lime* iho *nrotomnunt almbm, I'alm llirh, l'iun.in .n4UR .. .. t. Hwi ,,. I "* ,' '. ." "'", 't" Id '
I um of tha mat* of Florid' ahall nf nrlnrlpul' an" lot ere*Ion .n'lnnl. ..nll""... .. ., ". t'ft'l ,.,!o KHHlH.tTf01) .
11.1..I.t of a .venal and a konao of tnrh. bond* or motor nhlrl'* IT 11flllnl.\'JlU hy 1h. |...- t : rW _
NIV til ,
trl) PMII h >4 hall hi. t,
tinenutlven.. Uemhrra of Ih* ( ( |
Ui Hiillilp.ton rartirtMiiNi whlih lulura uf Ih* Hill* nf rinrMiiTlml : : ..r: IA ke .. ,,.: <
I nati hall b* elected for term power n il nt -
I will ,mature and beonm* ittio Iniirh rllil* XII of Ih* rtnrUUViloMinninn t 'I V : : A lolNT i"inr1aili' .. .
f.f f 1.mr Ki >nara and m mher* oftli. JWltl.rT'Ul ...1" tie ir> r
onojiniitod in Hi* m* UKHM I rr. : : :
homo eholl ho elerred fwI year M niu*" l l f l ." .. ." I er.-t.. ,f tk. i .-. -
\ tier heretufor* nr hrafler prvlded ... .low that That Ih* fiilliiwliif. .me>liiiit (In '
.. ,rf .tw ill Th* trniof .h hi and **lit r-- .1h''I hrehy eraklvd, Hiid no I 1.1.' ii II."
rw memhera r.f the lenlalatnr ahalliiuro hv Kcnnml ,la" and aiirnv 4bjr llon he aubmltted tn lite elku frof Article IV rWIInn, It e Mi* rTorlit '. .. .II "" ""." '" ... ",.. '.
nn the flrat Tnedr after in* auto, board Florida for ratification or rrJrolliin fo*.t1luricn I I. .. tn and : .no r. ..A". -Jin"m.. .t 1,11 ,.. ... .".
I Monday Vovrmber la.a at Ihe areneral ele ton| I* hall auhtiillled l.i Ih* eletiiof ."',' '' '' .
.Ui. h firm i.*"lar election' In rear. Metnb 1I".h fund .o dlntrlhuled *hllhe V* held In Novemher IHIlection th* :! fnr ratlflottlon or reIrcrton I I "".. ,. r, t "... : "i :I:, ; ; :.:,., ". :",. ,

> r* of tho nenaie and home of rapre .dmlnlaiered hy Ih* Mat* hoard County .upVtnltidenlof al the venwral Median I. I .""n.. 10..,... .( "10' ....
_lalltea ehall b* elected .. provided a* now .rld and ninMliHl4 hynerllon public lnitrwil.it. .ppniMni.nl In 'fnvetnber lt 4i I hr '", ""durl.. .. lit. .r ,ilia ,Anirndmruthe ..
P> ft tnmmltaonrofkirrhtiltiir | 111 .o r"o. ... Hhiill not ."., ,,, I.. "Ult,,
Uw Any new I of article XII of III* In certain counties | eHon ,. .t ,
may :: created ehall 'jo.u"tI.J, rnn.tllutlnn nf riorlda. Vnr Ih* (I I Th* roitniy uperlntndnl I' *. dull**, **, Tho "otiimlMloner "". till; effort of .I'h"r .I," prC "
t>. one Ul member In 'h. hoaeaof nurno ea of Ihla amendment, aaldt I piihllo. Instruction ehall b* ppnlnted Of ..rlrurtor* ahall nrIwro : Thai Aril."I* IX. II, eda of :*Id lo/i eonle i Jc ':i iI
.t41 .
r.-preeer.latlvea In exra* of any t* hoard. now einttitald, by ih* county board of pill 10 Mr puch :I= I In MlttNkPrlrultur Ih* Huie ('onotiiutlnn am." i aid front Ih. nperaih i iIhla ..
limit prowrlhod In 'Ih* followinge. holl rontiau* aa body oorpotat* Instruction In tho counile* of K*. b* pnljplbd bv d da follow*, la hereby ..r4lo I. amendment Tho. koarl ,11
.'lion* of Ilila article until Ui* durtitv Ih* Uf* nf thli amendmentnd Ijik*. Marlln. (HioechnbeeI 1 law. It* ahall kln' ...*niiiaTonif and lihall .! hkwlara Pay refundlni, *ta oa and ill. ,
next reannnrtliitiment and th* conn- hall have all th* powera pro* .t.:1'\i. ruinain and Hemlnolewherein Ih* elate hHeiin, aliarl perform of ".,,..11.. rll''..*. I .*..."." oWh"k'Jre Tr n'Ir '....
I) (hall b* ajwlrnad' when orenledI Hded In Ihl* amondmeni In adll.tlon Ihe prnpiwitlim la affirmed an,'h nthoT dull..m" heprearrlbrd I" or relot-Mn* *i t the !. ||\ '
a ,nat ,ilel rtlelrW-t a* 4lrmInfd In all, other oontltnllon I .| and by a majorllv, yule, of Ih* uallfle : ky law Hon of foremher. IW4 rharhle in th* an >'nnt if
b) th* Il1al.r*. .lattttorv power* related lo Ih* pur* elector' nf any eurh cotillly any county from funo}* .n.i > ", Ilo
I Hrrllon f. atl>" ., ,
r>iMT lpvitITro> and Ilk* lsa, peneea ih* board for r< i
fnre hereafter mnferred
Tho la, hlldKld. upon 'O.t.
lulu tor* of public Inal ruction appolntlve ,,!-TI _
Ih* Hale Into forty-twh til) ..Id board. MIX 141 dl."'. at. vie.. ko rendered tit Ih* eoMnll** alike at* '1I.I I.
prorated hero and
I antona- bald
.I penatnrtal dlatrlrta' _'lth I only on* ell) Th* board of puklle I 1..11'1I". A JniXT nrVMMJ'TtOX hrwnn*i ftt Ttwt h*.innln. January lr aul of *old fund* on Iho aume ko.|* .
III *enal r eteeled In each 41** fht Tho Mat* hoard ..IL !. adlilim *- lion of 'Iho roiinty mual ..".., In* an ametidmnl I* Itti' and : vmy fly* y Id Us *rod* ar* diairltnii I d
THE TOMVTO-SrAlK story This tomato vine irlrt i Kept ther* enall ho lw |t[ to It* othor I Mmainationala4 n rlorilon, which may k* a aiwclal of th* I onatltnllon of = fcr rri, ih* proceeds ufit. amonIho .trrl, eotiallea. nrovid, *
MCK AND ho .
tvnalnralerled from tho mootpofiulnna *tarut.rr poo/era, h.v* 1h *l cilitn or my b* on Iho bal* : *'tln. a **nion In .. .... ( ..linn nf the e) report of .I Id ahall h
by L A Bishop at 412 California Avenue, Stuart, in Jane ecnrnty Ike additional *.n. mannpemeot mntrnl 1 and ninerr|> I..t .t ."v ".,.1." ,..,1' n, .... *d br. Ihl*e.-retary, nf anlhn |*. f. I ..1.I.Uw "upon i I I made lo each HeHlr.o a>|. n f
In hramheouriknuae
Slanted inches tall and l srtll growing ih iMttnw i> ait"ed t th* inimbr. ftrjItll .,Inn nf th* prorda nf Iho Drat oral .lecllon I* ko 4ei.nal4 byHi iltll !1.I. 11..1 I .. Ilk* product! I he .*l<'lo.iur*. >nd Ih* llai to eleven feet, eight Th* forty two <,.( ) part nf Ih* revenue* dorlyed from board of piibM I* Inetrucilnn, In .. countynn '": :' .: In* I may Until ,Ik* tip***** ol ih*
good and Is full of green ones and blooms dxtrh-ta, hall b* .fiportlonod am th* nreiiiln* of motor trohlrlea jeoVlde4 and upon rtiin timely ronueot Ih* : tr* t ,He.nnd and :otharfaelf .,. .
"It has produced a crop th* several ronnile* of the attt* for In otiheerllno : .
right now," Bishop told The Stuurt News, __ o aa to pmvlde eoliable repro.enritlun .,.t. board .hnll .1.l n hav* |>nwee. ; county will *all auch peel a I Ielevtlon >h.ll .. i-ntlovt4 o UNIX ..
______ .
___ I had upon almllar 00nomle h i> 'xial Hood .
----- -" -- for the purpooo of oblalnfo* funde nr ran** I* placed onIh | ie Unt'll. lor.. ItPlllf'lt.f'O
lntret*. rvorraphlo .fe* fur Ihr UM of aorounly hoard ballot at aueh other "lclontho ddmr. th* action r..In.hemw Tru.l F-uml' In Ih* *ll "
a"of r.III.II..n. Krery dlatrM ihal) of mthllf lnatrwitl FINISHES TRVIMNC '. \ ronnlla: and *, ennetrvrtln* (tterlnar, lmprovlnr > nhtll V* .ffecllv* In .uck county 1 arre4 1 : parli whlrh, .hall ha *" A JOIVT ftrwnt.irrtoyan "_111.
AT ARRIS U LAM> B rounty arnntorlat may he duirlctropt divided .,I*. enl rln furnlahlnar, .oroflinpnlno (II Any county ad creallni a ; efilial I llv for f on* pn Jo.
n prolorla provlelona' *f auheecllon III hereof to Florid I" .ln. lion' 1. Ik* dial* C.oatMvilin) .
Marine Private Anthony D DaJe Court.. .hint pnriMwro. to l.u* bond* or yar* relara IK .. at Ih* renerI part p/wordlM- pooiilallon I II relallnv In komM*.4 ..enmliB ..' t
ertlon t. nBjrvWFVT STto"* I motor yehlrl I* nllrlvillon rrrllfhate I r.r./r.t:* and reject Ih.I.pro.vMnnn .1 I. |eeilnn' lo be held' 'In Novemher I add an* part aofordloe I* IT Hrjtul.VrTB by Ik t u|>
Hampton son of Mrs. Kenneth HIP.! IrOfHB OF KMUFJIFNTA.Tt *. and > :)>nio etirh fcond* i *r thl* MN-HOII by Ih* Mm* ..IttlPlWnoV I Ilk. i.itiKilea' ronlrihallona' to Iho liHro fi ik* wal* of rtoiida
Hampton of State Road 76 near \ RH. llepreeentailon In Oi* 0" motor vehlrl, til kntlrliMtlo* *durauillnd, In *ubtlon II) Civil (rial,* I ..( uf aiiat* read onnitrnrtlntl 1I1Cftrl1If.. Thai th* aimo'iownt
hnna* of reprreenlntlvea ron. eerllflealea to pur. fund or refund rr th* tflan I : the ralio of dleieibiillon' .* prnVId' I .... of
:.t.tll rof for *d.ipiinr pr | branch In fade counIr MnHda. 'I lo Arllelo X T 'ihe rt" I
Stuart, completed recruit training ,lat of one hudr d ((111)roprecehUtlye .nv nonda or motor vehlrlo tavanllrlfHilon lh k* ln lnv rivll' 1 r.;, mav be held anneovlrled ed in ItiMter 1 IHIIt Jwa of da i'ooili"llan "! f"H bi'
Recruit wklfb' ahall ha an- rerlIf!..'. theretoforeM i 7t'II'h' : A.I* if Itll,. (kid for id* pur.roue : :',
Sept 8 at the Marine Corps nl rfrn4iimlivtloii bv law In hrb emirthoue the .. I* ard lo and mall ke otJIt FOUNTAIN portioned tunan* tn* roimrle* bytho | .*4 b* "Id otal* board. All .II>-hbotid nf anporllnomonl .
mnnlrloalli wllhl, milled I Ib* eleelore if flnr *
I ) *
S. C r*.ull* In rh "* In Ih* any y
irlbuliok* for
Island onul ,the nimllec .
Depot Parris of pmjmrtlot* ihall hear I. I. t al .,
f h nf for rallfleallon. M nhr "'
DrMWE |id rlr rk inr .i or rop < "
r II VMT FmriM r'h m thn4 of **lMllnir rountv cne"t .
ohall havo on* and nehal'r .
that oottnty not neeedlnafour frl t nd nl, Ih* lnrumbni iholl I mart, Iho rt>*rtff, and a*y r. .. of ih* rrlli. .* *| *,lerllon lo be kelj' "i Nmber .
muM > *
1UVK LUNCH repretrfilMlv: \ h.I"j: remainingrepreeentallvea naeirnedI tt) per rontum ** annum andehell **rniir| offlcor. within' Mid .- I eat.hljh4 by Iho ".ntrkat.a I .. IMI:
( matitr oorlally In ananal
Spays ,
An truck in the U b lil. maintain turb offlcxj* wlihianrtt
whlrk .1
average t th made ,in >MI purmanl to I IOiapier I
th* envntle* In proportion atallmenla <*nmmnHhc Mot mor* a' "f ARTtrUt X
times as STUART DRUG CORP. Hi i| pMiid. mnlnUI| and haV avail IKS* ih l h* taken and ,
more than four pffnulallon Tho Wpulationa of lhao thre* ill reora from Iho dulenf i.i ; :hie .ieh nfrrrlal hoc a' rirnrda | I
. licenses fol .. rapoelly> <-_nflea I.r th. ptrpnaea leiuanr thereof and ."dln. nillt > deemed nnrlaov* I ewnrmttn*, IrViCTNVf T Rompllnn >f "lew
\ much as passenger cars for 'IH'. AI rh a* III k* rte aaartI .Ik otoMlhlr .m.*nl. dlelrlkulihleacrnrdln l., R : ,. "
& of thi orllnfi rott- r than Ihlrlv' (I*) y*. from ItM'nn i Head from atlon > pon ->
T r1 lh *** of rhlimo4o.enl.
and at least twice as much for fuel i I Ir fined to rlllaena: of Ih* l 4Veran >h* *or nr Jaoa jotiT r..mm *remnpH : to ald e ilrlhitl who baa Iho l*.al Mile befleUI ,.
.'A. lk > Iko
"'a'. .". .h.1I _t ..,... f.. t to". f-! whichever to *t|. (0 lorft, ahr fund. *.i dlalrlhuted *<>al( ::' nil In eo.llr In ,.*| prrty .
II tnes. .I.. ." .,.". .h. h.". (*r All *urh footnr rt lt* la* anon A iOIXT nmrrlJTIOV ol offlr** nf e. mliiltord ky Ih* "!.!* In, Ihl* .tal* and wli.i 'OIl'IMIlk
-- ----- *> **i itr h m *4m nl lo ArtloU Mth of fir*r a rhH AdmHrlMratl'ioj, .har1" .roon and In ffoo4 falih Mnak -*
llectlovi t. r.:1..I.t.l r* .hatl at Vint etr :"I"II,:*ndMiohllf Hll* r nllt toii : from Ik* rmiaty y44.Ikl| 'Ik* aakjie hl. Itr kor pwraaan**!
r Two COMMON STOCKS 'apportion; Ih* rojjr.oeou loa nf fI.t *** nmntm Oer ... Wllxt In b* n mbr4 : .. I .... or Ik* parntane"r homo
,,. "... ... ". 1111 .urn *nd *hH .a..ro onor to *Vrlrf of ( rltin l:IK* 1n., Doyemor .. rhalrmaoMl of *nother nr other* ,leva". ,
.. ra : : tJOI"t rU'In : Treasurer. and Ih* Ptal* nlwrllr dependent oaiil *rOM .
loo A Th* or onno *
i 4 : ton. * .* |o l*. orlnt' .. .. nubile '1..t. tITfrW Owvplrkller:rall Mr).lli t* a >Korrie *hll k* voilitod lo .. -..!*. i'
w o.r twrtnt Septemba "Monthly ReviewdlsaJIteI .flr ba4 M m Ihe preredlar lat- In* all Mher detail* of aold bond* 1* Mnmlrnn A fl ".*. r>lllr I* t* hoown the"Wat linn from all .....- e.' ...t ,..
.. federal derwnolal roiwuoortmtt or fonior tehirt' lat .nrtpiM| "r n !:; tndlrfltl dnartmrl !" I Imairal of A4in'nitrtlooi'rhlek .aoownwoi* I" *neil knfita, "ilo
If nr part of llta **.lneatM (ed to e1l al fnibllrOl rr niw> / ; n ameodmenl I* nikciinrII boar* ..1 .-.) Ih* .*aw4 value rion .1 ti atbouMOd
WCTIICI reonlullon I I. 4elar4 hoenvi- tflT ..I>|IO .llyeteNI*> ore Minn or Ih;v'/"r ( neellcio *, nf article' V of lkrh :Iho :wr. ._ dollar* lllM| "n <, 4Stome
WESTINGHOUSE im.tlot.al *r .." *r,4 rotd ,Irientb r*.or MM hn4. or volor V. 4 .. .n "" ;=:;: In* *)o rd of Adrolnl and eooiia-ieofi r.aI nr,,,, :'.
entire reaolwiinn (hall k* '.'IL blelo lav .otlrlp ll Ht ee'Mrlraleaon t.f Ih* 'oumWr :;'j.I. ll.in 1.1..* .hall ha..lo : defined In Artlelo X **etiwn tW .
situation) .tiy 11 *. lion lo powera m. Iko ro tll for tke ...
(A turnabout void and Hior Mie% t nm an* fewfl'inna M Ih* thwi forth bbmI J" ,. "* ion
,lie aiat* bMr4 irtMll .rovido, b* nibml by ltort rf .,.. .. ,." upon 1 ky I. ..* jilt aod ...,.... pr.vld4Hinaolo ,oJ .
I 'fnV tHKXATB / tUtot: t* r4 lo tholli 'I,M 1"\0.* of Florida : and >. l_*1' the frtIkoveaodi | .
II lOU."Tlrnf hH ho 4to ".**<**= **I4 two '' dollora JOtfTm. ft Thai I bo fullowlne, am odmni .i r"
Th* Mat boord halt ._ .... ; wild d all
h rwU< rotl.flrtnoo ., I ) |a>atlon ef Mtelt rr>-
INSTRUMENtS tnA led- .t. *eMMi :: i vr nt *. ::; : .
TEXAS power >* ( for th* payment o it Ih* .. = wblb oo Ik t.V.KI* for >eh. I .
V of the rooelMililon Fin'I
jOrrr "rIIOf.l-nO\t ,.. of rh M-hv-lpwl *f a4 Inter t Mui _. fte-lo *ffeeiive Ikl* ameadoteo* two* anal Ike I 'n khOOlv 1
( Id K r, *oty wmpil
lion .. .. .._. I. ...
! and crowth) aa amendment to Arlb-lo XVI bond* or motor .*hlel. ... .. ... b *on>* aa> to I He eett five lhoji id ,
Recovery lUrtlow 1 of rko Hal* OoMtloifnoreutrv .KtlrlMlloit rwrtifiroteo. lnt dlarefwndlna > "MWTffX < mlUd] In Ib* *lorl*ra of ,I.* <'h.ewentl '. ; i..i.'II:ihf of Th* dt.iiara ofT : bond* roftt4to r tilt.ri 1** roMf elln*> or retell *l f Maloi.o* ..
, M tb* Uoartk *f urnw or low : _. _If' of aoe4 .' .
tor .H* loi .MlrlMMIo* eorttfl. ito4ol of ( MM> :- l.* : *,' I* .".. In NOrirettft t. Ale. kid Illlo .. be hl. ''i- khlrllo. ,
tor iiropfy mail the coupon.vStZZMMUKnC "t ,..vf" 'II, TPI rote*. *ll *r any port from ..11.5't.otpI" .. HotoMol M rrt lii ..*. : 4if lolnllr. or I .nm_ w"Ik
your copy IAOI..Tt'RI'I O. ni. rrAt .... t. b* drtv4Ike (1. Th* *olr oprlnlM4 l WfpttftIM ""I .. ..' Irlrt :: ,r't July other*, oo.l cold .empll. n m*,
rtjf>itirA( .,..._ at .:1. lo*.r rtl.. *h.ll b* .ponlilt' "4. "' ... lt ". poe h* aooorilonod .muoa4 u. k ..*
.. > aoinon T 'of ,... t., 'III ..1. _otr hr4 of ovMI* Mee Iko owooro o* *hl| re ld ikr. '
;::;:;: ; '' Z.;; ...,oa ronotlt S1.vttoii h* ameote4 -.. .. .. .. _" .)l '. .. .. ,. .. = .nU .. oibor .
a* ort forrlt beW and l tal4 1 riln| ib* I* a. ..* o *. kwl oo .we-kj mti f
LNSTttVIENTf.AAlreti holder* of *nrk ho4> or iwotorIhoHlMo : :. / nC iNdekledoe* *> for a ..
TEXAS reoototlnit b* *u1>mllt, ** I* M> a .. .' f Iko ur>*> : Iboueond it ll
; ., ... ....., ... : .. ,
elector* of Florl4a for railrVoiluoor flrt >Wlr 'OMHf rift, .4 krMce por r .. *lr :1fl. k* .ll.-d J'
.! Ibo reor*| ..- .> of Iko leemeeo thro. lo in'of rmio : :* Iho- :; roe. 'lal r Hid ..d ..e rtletrlrt .. n. .o" ... I
S1"I -, ... I : : t : ther avwelal' loal dtetrtet, *tlMnftln ..
.tao'tTf. toofftrov I.O>| .. J |ho ylo-lit* of tie holdert _. aMIl oei Joty 11, Ittl *e .nrf .' .
)1.. .. . .._ Ton,, ,wBT ; oM> !. o Iko *>*oioloo) ll.i-- v
JI *. .. i. ., tkierf. / ,.
ol4 *
".'TEn l-r/ CATf"L, mr wlifeSi ee? 'Min omoodtlKoo Ike .. ." '*i II leuo eVajtieii on .aod> Iho *)ron< rii'ti' "
.. .,. __at. rtt To .* .. ih .
II .1. bova taJntory
I _
hall M4 kaer| "" th'
>o ereole oMr "r varoaimn
._._ rrftelatur lenlly btodio* aod lreevoe .le '.I. lo II) . .. .1 l .D Vta.do of rVwkttr ro>o = ., _.. Thhxrtalolnra
rb tor** of wt>b* *ball W* .._ > .*** o : **** *o''. b. efc n
Oy *>MN>| | .
..._ -.w. . 4 Ik u4 Trawto** (M .
oeeerr'k .h' "
_______._ :: -=" : t_ .t. o o *
II .
1 4 .
ooootr >oot
.. ........ .........-...-u----------- -r. \ .lZ ko fmtv ." ..th lk>r ao'koirM* wf *oo4l .to and re e"0akle l.*n '- "."
"' IHo :
Mftwlr :
.'it'k rMooovtMIHy for e.lle.e* M>4ot Ito" .. ._ T*1 of .".Honour k _u ereile* loot tnrl-* Knrinr ... Jt -. I .Ur* HtMnortlOOl, *M J ... ,_ >. e* .4 or forlVn .lor dtMrlo'o thereof WHS roe/ .. ...m rloo.
: I Mid bond*. (*. Ikat Ihta
raatrtwh'eb) fro V* Iil4 vlthlo) *t.Mr 101 .* '! : .. .""t'ftW Tklo re_I..ill i*) ih .'1
wr rv IrvloHirarw I* not W* Weell .* or (ooto* .. .. II w r to low *4 : I .. .... .,.
tewte4 .M Iko r t r* I IA *ff* "* ooloo IUIf
h .. -*
aP '
HIRSCH & CO. DMT rkan .NM tt> ner.t. l., .Mletoollooj. eeettneotof aha of *kl| ...oox.oH..* MbwHI ,"... ".f *,*.T 11....* : !' al ko a majority ,.r .h (. .
"Tee b. HM.M.4 kv Iko bOOtJMrMI hi ,...t..,
Mot* akall f coadfti h Mora .*. .1.
...... .. I after .option .. ll/o< .* ._ ., .
*t**>.*n H.. rrt Sf..t tft* .f a I . ettta ) t*> bo kold"ovnlr '" .
".Ate T "JU.'Tt/"Jf ffWI**) y*.. Iko ._. 1- .. -eromtke f. PMonl fkol' at Iko ..1.1 .."
SemI f"M1 HhooH lh* ** M>ty ** I Hove Iho pn I* I
lkre f _
Hi r4 '
UI e-OBoly I ;: '.r nrtroorp .ki llonlloo
: lo lM>e !"
TOIJfUr..a "I .
CAlL 1 nVT = : : r .. .. .l' : '1"I'f" ,III. ..",.
f fovr vi'klai ntv
RESIDENTS OF SHJAJITA11ANTIC ..- \. ..-. ,., tt yoora **tko4 rwvitoMaendtnr .. .. ... .,
> '" |l* foroMr 40 a reer (fill *f II. .
'" .. .
'' tflf .
4 Ibt of ee TIta . tko rvo .. .. ..
:I u ... _. _._ ..I.v. -.. ,. .._. .".... .. .h. .h''
"art N.V.I.istett |*jir fho rerrtff I* tko *ooo of poet of rX r : ::". .: t.t.- .. .. *eoi* -a.I. .. DPI rr .. -. ...f.arloltro > .. ....".-. .. .".M ..11 ... .
ww ,. f Ik* i4* ... .. tiv.
/ .
JLOn1Cla 2S ** o awrtnM rrw* tk* ) ( r-rt ." .. .. .. -
of n>of r ind ImlF"SJO.Stadon -.. .. ,. ao1 *t. .. _.."- *. 'TS" t'*; "V''.h. 0 r di* riKo: k ..oo) tb* O.t eol of ,. .... .f ,
10 daitY did of r 01 00 Of wble* I fk* _t *.eodvnMMIO =. ;' "' "art"e .t 1'1"'_ ,h.a.U.L l .
1\UU 1* Oft : r. 10 rewit* i. rkan-ai t -' or v mni .. ..' |h* ftlk oar .( AaaiiMl. A D.
to. IT "rJIt'1f nn trY . I* Mnr*. ( oj.
.. i ft. rut. ; Mr* *rtetoo *f : I o4 flko Im oikil **..jri .. ..-... f aw .I irl or ** wli ,
ViVoir. U
.. ..- .- 'it c.A\v 1-._ _t '. .. _, --"M .h.n I C;...I. of'ifne.J'wkl'b .. .. frv l akerno Ko.*.">* ., f. -..-aolo toeaif b* h (nALt'm'f tarr *f fta*..

.- ... "\n..t.r.1 c:aWay" l *t4 ..4. "ao k y, IIHl .M' : .Mb4 a.f1eln t' tt ssI


THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Thursday September 17, 1964 [Interested Audience Coastal n Two Are Treated Beach at U. S. land Colorado
Honors Players Avenue at 12:15: p.in? Tuesday,
r- II i :_ii Coffee Hears Rep. MoudryA RIO NEWS I After Car Wreck Sept 8.Pcleknan.

New Director' deeply interested audience Choose 3 Plays Marguerite L. Ravenscroft and Roger, who Btl WM y Chase making char

II 1 : JUPITER NEWSMRS. from Lake Worth West Palm l Coastal MRS C. B. IIEASLEYCorreapeedent Thelma Slagal, both of Wabash turn, with failing to yield the right
Players met the
Jupiter -
Beach and the local doctor .
Jupiter TequcMa Ind, were treated by a of the accidentThe
MINEAR Miss Dorothy Schmidt newly Inlet Colony Beach Club Tuesday way causing
ANNA Correspondent Phone 746-4643 area heard Representative Raymond for minor< injuries after the
appointed director of Christian J. Moudry talk at the Town evening to select their plays AT 7-4)887) car driven by the former was in
Education, People's Congregational Hall Friday on the amendments for the yar. collision with one driven by Arthur earths total land area is
Church, honor at the to be voted on Nov. 3. The play chosen for t h* fall : Bumhm Rogers of Jensen about 36840000000 acres
i offering wa "Third Beat Sport"by Mr. and Mrs. C B Hoasley,
Florida Lead'I
Jaycees Congregational Women Fellowship Mr. Moudry, whose experience Eleanor and Leo Bayer The have returned home after spend
I in the Legislature while these HEARING AIDS
coffee at the pariah house on for this
dates presentation are ing six week in Erie and Mead- weeks in Osbornvrfte, N. J., visit.
Tueatey amendments were being written Nov 20 21 and 22. The second
I Nation in Activities The Mayflower Circle was the and voted on by that body qualified play of the year, to be given in viile vacation Pa They but report had some an enjoyable chilly leg relatives and friends. Need a spare Aid?
him discus
hostess for the coffee at which to them from May will be "Send Me No' Howen weather Rio welcomes Mr and Mrs 50 Traded Instruments to choose
.' Mrs James Crooks, president of several viewpoints, was presented by Norman Barash. A third
George Riddle, vice president The Jupiter Area by the Jupiter Busbies and Professional Paul P Bellas as new residents. from $30.00 and pp.
Jaycees are
has been chosen
the Friendly Circle, and play "The Man Mn Ed Barnett has returned
have home on all makes
They purchased: a Repairs on -
1: of District 16, Florida Junior holding a "Know Your Candidate Mebban, chairman of the ri'c William Hills women, Club, chairman Mrs In the Dog Suit" by Albert Beisch to her home on Rio Boulevardafter Rio Boulevard and Alice Avenue. Cords Batteries
Chamber of Commerce the forum at School 15. la Circle. poured. Other included legislative as a possible alternative Chicago
was Jupiter Oct guests introduced the spending a month in Their former home is Palmyra, PROFESSIONALHEARING
guest speaker at the Jupiter Area They also are sparking a voter Mrs Nancy Graber, who speaker The director for the fall play with her sons Ed and Lee N.I.
is making her home here with her Mrs. Mane Cross, Jupiter town is under consideration at present Nevue, and sister Mrs. John Kurk AID SERVICE
I I Jaycees meeting Thursday nightIn registration in the near grandmother, Mrs. Herbert Caw commissioner, and Mrs. Folmer and will be announced soon The Mrs. Arnold Ruetsch, who was 506 No. 7th St. Ft Pierce, Flo.
his talk
the Riddle brought out. future. sell, and Mrs. Robert Harmuth Sorensen Town Club welcomed Players have appointed a committee RIO CIVIC CLUB a patient in the Fort Pierce Memorial (One block North of lire
fact that, Florida leads nationally On Saturday the Jaycees, in
in the Junior Chamber of their waistcoats formerly of Rockaway Beach, N the guests with new and quiet air- to draw up constitution and CARD PARTY Hospital, is now convalescing : Station) HO 1-3035
orange were out Hrfrmuth is -. conditioning in the Town HalL bylaws, and they plan to be in-
Y Mrs a. past president at home.
i Commerce and that the Jupiter with the Bucket brigades of the Tuesday afternoon Sept 8, __ ._
of the Women's corporated as soon a possibleVictors .
i, croup is to bo complimented onus rest of Palm Beach County Jaycees Fellowshipof from { ? there were five tables in play at
Church the .
t fhany civic projects, as well as raising funds for the gen of the Rockaway First Congregational Beach Mrs JerryPmkham CHANNEL DREDGED BEING ers of Stuart, were guests Riptide at Tuesday Play- the Rio Civic Club. Hostesses! of We are now in our larger t -> ,)!jfNE'VQUARTERS s' '1
its fine organization accomplishment erator to be purchased for the the day were Mrs. Jack Shomer
and Dr A Mills
M meeting.Tryouts
Palm Beach County X.ray Unit were IntracoaslaJ' Waterway authorities and Mrs Reuben Dowler ,
for In
also! guests at the coffee part the November
are dredging the channel at play were held Tuesday, Door prize was won by Mrs In the Dthon Building!
A brief business meeting of the the confluence of the Indian and 15 Bertha Seewald, Table prizes, were Suite 9, next to the elevator
evening. Sept at the Beach
LANDSCAPE Fellowship followed the cuCCee.MUS'r .
tPELICAN Loxahatchee Rivers to assure easy Club. won by Mrs. Delia Leckner, Mrs.
\ passage of our winter yacht traf Lee Stockwell Mrs Mae Filson, ,
Y 1 AND ELF'A'rCOMJHSSIONER; fie Mrs Hubert Klein and Mrs. Edna MERCHANTSCREDIT .
NURSERY Chamber ofCommerce
Pipelines for the dredge pass Holzhauer The next card party
One vacancy on the Jupiter In- underground through Sum-Sands, I To will be Tuesday, Sept 22 at 1 p.m. BUREAUw) }
Specialists inLANDSCAPING let District Commission occurs this across a creek, and onto the island :
L "' year, according to announcementmade Just south of the bridge where the I Support CollegeThe Mrs. Euretha Applcgute Mrs "MARTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT BUREAU"
here by L. B Clark, secretary new county park is under con: Jupitcr-Tequesta Chamber Virginia Clayton and Mr and 300 COLORADO AVE. (DE1ION BLDC.) SFUART
of the commission struction. Mrs Stewart Marrincr have returned -
of Commerce acting through its Above Stuart Shop
Ihe 1 deadline for submitting writ- The cast side of the Island opposite directors at a meeting Tuesday, home after spending three
f DESIGN CONSTRUCTION ten notice of intention to run is the Chamber of Commerce passed a resolution of support for --- ------

Oct 23 building, and the boat ramps and the Southern Baptist College, whichis
f Maintenance Supervision The commissioner whose term picnic area, already in use, will be being planned for Palm Beach Boosters Get
expires. at this time it Bob Kleiner, landscaped and equipped with I t Gardens.
Riverside Drive. Mr. Klciser, who more boat ramps and picnic tables Membership Chairman Marion
j-/ has served the commission long according to county engineers Taylor reported on a project now New QueenLinda ,.
and well, has not signified his intention working there. under way to present the work
of Plants to run again and accomplishments of the Cham
.II.j Mr and Mrs Paul Rath spent ber of Commerce to out-of-town Bassett w a crowned .
( Loop Road, Palm City Dial 287-1918 Mr and Mrs. W !E, Haymond the pant month visiting friends on businesses who serve the Jupiter of Boosters the Boosters Club Queen Club at membershipdrive the close ;c.u a.
lift Monday for Altoona Long Island. Tcqucsta area. Further plans for
.. publicizing these accomplishmentswere on Saturday night
also presented by Roy Rood, Linda, the daughter of Mr. and tYA s
I and acted upon by the directors. Mrs James Bassett, was a memberof

.,.' Robert Harp, Village of Teques.la the winning team of which o
Jack Robson! was captain.
manager, was appointed chair They
man of the nominating committee brought in $811.68 for the Jupiter -
1 .' other members of which are School athletic equipmenttheobject Alwaj a good selection of trade-in Volkswagen
Another First at the Dan Barden, L. B. Clark, Harry of the drive Mrs. Richard
.fit Findlay and Jack Robson Legals' team had second place with 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
Bank of Stuart. .' : j" $25140 while the Pat Snow Jr. '56 Volkswagen ChU
ATTEND SQUARE team brought in $166.61. With Sedan hardtop ,
w"IIN .w l'/ 1 DANCE CON\'EN110N the Town of Jupiter's, and other
large donations, a total of '59 Volkswagen
: approximately SI1-:: $1195
.. t. Mr and Mrs. Albert Stannard $1,500 was raised. Pickup Truck ...... $495 .....
\1, and their sons, Ronnie and Eddie,
Loxahatchee River Road, recently The ':ute being purchasedla : '59 Volkswagen '62 Volkswagen
school $1395
returned from Rochester, N. Y.. for the of all chil Station Wagon ........ $595 Sedan -
where they visited Mrs. Stannardsparents dren rather than just the teams
Mr, and Mrs, Foster L Dr, M. M. Mills, Booster Club '59 Volkswagen $895 '63 Volkswagen $1495
Mills, and Mr, Stannard brother president, and the father of football Sedan .. Sunroof
.in.law and sister, Mr and Mrs. stars, said.
George Flatt Next big project for the Boosters ST. LUCIE MOTORS
The Stannards also attended the is to be bleacher and lights
Knothead (Konvention of Squan for the athletic field of the new 2806 OKEECHOBEE ROAD PHONE HO 1-4043
high school, Dr Mills said
/ Dancers Clearwater with several
Interest e Computed other members of the Sunshine The drive was climaxed with a FORT PIERCE
street dance which was attended
A Squares Attending
oil awing A Daily Jupiter were Mr and Mrs. Harold by some 300 .youngsters, and theyouna.at.heart.

y \ Dickens and from West Palm .. .
-- -- -- --- -- --- ---
epinai Beach, Mr, and "I ra. Ed Tingle .. '
s and Mr and Mrs. Fred Powell
I Mr. Stannard was elected president

0 of the Sunshine Squares for 131 NORTH SECOND Son DOWNTOWN
the coming yearFN1FRTALN .


Mrs. C Jack O'Brien, Cove ADS
Road, assisted' by Mrs H. A. Nes> 6000 HEMS AND EVERY ONE AT
smith entertained the Jaycee: wives
I at their September meeting Wednesday .
.. .. Jack H rdm, state director DISCOUNT I PRICES
". I in charge of promoting a AMERICAN DISCOUNT STORES

statewide organization of Jaycee Willi A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
wives, was the guest speaker at

I the meeting
Mr Hardin stressed the fact
\' ':.' that the Junior Chamber of Commerce Open Every Night 'til 9 P.M.

: : 1141 I i is urging the organization
: : on the distaff tide, because of the
The fastest draw in town 'need for their assistance in carrying

out Jaycee aims. ,
'" The local organization voted to FREE Yrl I(

and you can't I lose the enter National* float Fire or decorated Prevention car Week in } fi I.'j

parade which the the Jupiter Volunteer 'LIVECALF4No
Fire Department i it sponsoring

on Oct. 3. .

1 : f j
and Mrs Tom Brown

Penmxk Lane, are visiting Mrs. .
INTEREST ON Browns parents, Mr and Mr "_ ,
H. L. Gooduig I in Bloomville, '

Ohio r

Mrs. H. M Stoffregen of Vero

ALL SAYINGS with Point Beach Mrs., Sirs spent L.Sloffregcn V.the Minear part and weekend at Palm Mr. Cost! No Obligation! Nothing To Buy!

Minear drove to Miami Saturdayto
visit Mrs. C. R. Bennett. Ufa enough fmh meet for your cash famBy for a whole )tar. ,'
INTEREST COMPUTED DAILY! Just. t come Into A.DA and gel' yew free ticket Tear off the stub ttEWILL 'I
Mrs. Kelly Oglesby is at home
and drop It Into an entry boa In the More. The whining! ticket
after a king vacation with friends ..HI" chosen" on Saturday, September 19th, at 4;00 p... You BUTCHER I
TH Bank of Stuart sal heed!, afl if and relatives Mrs. Oglesby was .BI
Interest Compounded Quarterly Th number
tabs winning
the guest of Mr and Mrs. Carl do not have to be present to IT" FREE
Deposit whenever you wish '<"'11 01/tmuttmni( your/funds/from any Ogkiby in Louisville for a week be placed 'hi our tore window. ..

"? Withdraw, money whenever you wish uuMutu. at NO COST TO VOW before going to St. Louis, herWooster t'.....C..s.a ............ .....
home. She was with Mrs I Given Away Sat., Sept. 19, 4 p.m.
R. E. Ednmion there and then
spent ten days with her niece, Mr. IF YOU ARE TilE WINNER AND PRESENT AT THE DRAW ING.:
Joseph' Hogenmillcr and Mr. He genmilkr BOG US.' "Ol1lU RECEIVE A GUT CERTIFICATE FOR 15.00 10
CUSTOMER HOURS Albert Dmsell. in Crystal Cky.Mo. .
Mrs. Oglesby flew into Miami -
,4-11_Aw.Yak. 1.taws .
I on her return trip and spent THESE DISCOUNTS
REGULAR: \NKINfl IIOUH3 URIVF..IN WINDOWS some time there with her daughter READ EVERY

Mondays Thru Thuradflj. 9-00:; am to 4;00 pm 7.30: am to 6.00 pm ,-4. .. : Betty Jane Oglesby

Friday. 9:00 am to 7.30: pm 7.30:: am to T30 pm ', "at., bnie Ellen Neville has been Kottt super, Giant size Ladies',and girl't tennis Decorator pillow, fount

Saturday 9:00: am to Nool1:30: am to Noon accepted: as a student at Ringling boa of 48 on ..... ......... $LM shoes White blue, block filled, 1 IS" square, various
... .. ,.. ., .
fabric 77cMen's
School of Art in Sariwu. She will sues: 4V4 la 10 ...... $1. -
be going to Sarasota, i in early October Nylon stretch: hair bands
for the faU term. MM Neville all colon ....._....._ Ue leather bit shirts., Sight
b the daughter of Mr and "Little giiTs patent." IK.. Man n and A w
Mrs. It O Neville Pompano Marcal: Facial Tissue .PeuJ..pum a, m. L xU orkw, etc.

..Ler".l--; ." .._ .. BANK: OF Drive. Two-ply Reg. 29c box 1SWaitreve sires 3 to 3 --........'-' SIM Value 4.95 ...... $137

Mr and Mn. Retort Lkntdun, uniforms cotton: Little girl"** wrap around Anchor Hocking water
STUART Dolphin Drive have returned from and seersucker: sixes skirts, wool flannel in glasses 22K gold

"'' Mruasw roll their summer home. m Highland, I to 52 .... $1.17 dark colors. Reg. 2.95 $t7 trim 8 for 6Jc
N C. The Lan, "" have a* their
gue t foe the winter. Gary Painter, Head l scirfv 3*" square Men s sweat shuns, sue
of Higftlaneh. Gary has entered water Boy s Basketball Shoes sra, med. Ige, cxige L0

fifth Jupiter grade School where be ill i in the Regular repellent.Me ...... "'". 47c sues 6 loll ........ ..- $1.17 Fruit of the Loom MentiLady

5, :, :.... Colonel and Mrs. Frank Thee Man n sluts, &''' Western Jeans, heavyweight drew shirts short A long

.1 .I'!. of Tampa, were recent guests at flares pleats straight. denim. slecv* decease,
,. the horn of Mr*. Tiller father. Value to 1.95 .._ $2J7 Sue 4 to 14 .. SI.51ftl. 3.95 $2.99II

'..fI',1krt9eY rut: ICiutt Ocean Itoulevnrd t>tu trt. Horlda Edward Parson and Sea Pearson

... ( on Riverside Drive.
> "yl

,wfl.: ''t t t

.- .. .... .. .. . . . . 08fi . . . . . .
._ : ii.f.i.! ;: :::.::: :::...:.:; :: : : : : : ... : : : : :