The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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New Car Models Make Their Debut in This Issue of The NewsAudit


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a' u : wfI r m w wrw id ., 'ta !N pijM'4a! I Sffor/ > the Home Team; Get Out and Root /fora I Victory I '

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i Tigers Meet Brahmas 64 Opener I

y I / At Long Field Here oft riday NightFinal i

u. S. 1 Kites Collins .1

GovernorFlying .


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Gel out tho long woolen underWear

I Governor Farris Bryant will fly folksl Its football time again,

into Stuart at 12:30 p.m, Monday, a'' wkh the kickoff set for I p.m. Fr-l

Oil. 5, with some thirty high state c lay,
officials, radio TV arid newsmen : After I all, U it's too hot to

ACTION IS EXEMPLIFIED by Drum Majorette Pam Luce and Drum Major Danny Shaw at they to dedicate the completion of four- -. : wear It, you can alwayi wave itt

strut their stuff at a practice session of Martin County Marching Tigers. They be strutting "forreal" Inning If; S. 1 from the Georgialine the And.tag-in John-addition, don't lo forget getting to out get

at Friday night opener with Okeechobee. to Florida City south of I %es 4 out yourselvss, to see what should

-- --- --- Milll11Lj-j jAn ; ,,,, r- be Martin County Tiger first win
5 impressive... ceremony U In nineteen games and the first
Irked by Its Commercial Policy scheduled for 2:30: p,m. that slay giiliwt the vUliing Brahma from
at the new bridge in Stuart. It Okecchobce: since Thanksgiving/
will receive slat and national 1919
Abolish publicity, marking the finish of the Friday night genie will/ be the
Navigation Body tinul link in 416 miles of four-- only nun-Suncusst Conference affair
laning. a pledge by Governor Bryant In a ten-game schedule. It

before he took office ItJIL: : ,--._?areawnsYaaawea>a l
A platform will be constructedor
County Asks Le gislators. speeches by officiala near the MAR liS (OUNfV

(Continued on Page 2.A) llCa R'i' I 19 A4 GRID
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The Martin County Commission mission instructed County Attorney However state officials, from -- "' -::
wants the Florida Inland Navigation Dean Tooker to draw up a resolu the governor\ down/tuv been as Sept -Okeechobee (h) DC t
District abolished lion to be sent to Slate Senator irked us\ Martn"Cpunty m. v g r \ OvL -Sencrest (a)
At a meeting Tuesday, the corn- Irlo Brorrton and Representative FIND co-operation," which they MysteryFire Ott. V-Putin Beach (h)
William E Owens asking that they to a bulldog guarding a Oct: 16-Fort Pierce (la)
do everything, possible to bring an compare Oct. 2)-Belle Gladu th)
News on tulle From The end I to FINDS "uacceuary" exigence &MOKC AND FMMK U,ixx, from, a farm equipment home on Palm City Koa4 early Wednesday Out JO-Pahokee. (Ca)
HitBuilding The equipment: barn was ovrned by Uelhcrt E. Andrewa..4kA building war completely, sle troyid. Nov} 6-Vcra.Bench, (h) )
FIND. was established by the :Ricou Photo Has ,, _. Nov I IWomt Hill (a)
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RamblingReporter Legislature to with tax Nov 20-lake Worth (h)
money land for spoils areas. When Fatal Accident l Friday Night'Horseplay' Nov. 23-Riviera Beach (a) t

the land is no longer useful to Wafer Damages r 'W
FIND its has been sell
policy to
will also be !the' Tigers only
it to the highest bidden. game
Many From SprinklerNegatives against a das: 0 school; but duct
counties, FIND land for Canal Bank
asking A fire of mysterious origin des on let that foul you."Okcechobre .
r recreation use have challengedthis a farm equipment storagebinding
TIIEIR SON AT HELM I policy on the grounds that filed over a ten-year on Palm City Road about 'pIIlY'l real good
01 CONSTELLATION tax money was used! in the punchase period, dark room equipment and 7;43 a.m.. Wednesday football fur OH B. laid/ head
Couth Butt Culling !lat weekend,
and tM land should be Prelude Youth's Death? !
Mighty proud parents these ,"lay n to the returned stock were extensively damagedwhen Delbert E. Andrews, owner of to 'but we should" win this one to
Mr and Mrs R N Bavier of f public. the building, estimated the low at
are started best in
a short circuit set off a get on our Mama
Snug Harbor And why not? Tbeir Martin County has some cause About! $3,000 live "
IOn, Robert Jr., shared the helm not to appreciate the* attitude of sprinkler head at Ricou Photo The thirty by se..entyfoot building A Stuart youth was drowned about., clouded by conflicting reports from the canal bank preceding the years.Collins' optimism to beHEAD
with Eric: kidder, when the Amer FIND In recent months Ibe Center Osceola Street, early I contained a mowing machine, II:.10 p.m. Friday reportedly I the boys, and! that some members drowning appear
Ivan yacht Constellation took the county: tried to acquire land on Thunduy. Sept 17, harrow and many other items while swimming near the east.. con of the family were pressing fur a I (ruMr Piley verdict wil ;.. //fIItIII"" i
wind out of the British contender, Long Island south of St Luck The first intimation of the oc.currence used in farming trot structure of the (2) Canal further Investigation. death by accidental. !: drowning.' '
Sovereign in the recent yachting Inlet for a recreation area specifically came at 7 a.m. when Stu- Andrews said the fire started Said to have been swept over 1 be three juvinlle were arrested He said that let body wa clad in '..J
classic The America' Cup races, a state park, but found art police reported to Earl I), Ri "right under my .-e." He said the twelve-foul date into the turbulent on Intoxication: charge and T-shirt" and pant but no shoe., 1 .. I
which began Sept 15, ended Monday it could !not afford the price which cou that water. was running from he was working at a table when water below was lance L. turned over to Juvenile authorities. I and that four witnemes Including: .
when the Constellation turn- was In excess of $2000(10 FIND the shop'' ( front door. Water alw 'something' rolled off on the Wall, nineteen son of Mr, and. Sheriff Baker said that there a bystander. 1 testified that Will had
ed in its fourth straight win over purchased the Long Inland spoils seeped into the adjoining Nicker- floor Igniting gasoline and oil that Mr, Roan Wall Jr of Indian Wit Indication of horseplay on been swimming' above! ,the clam. I
the British yacht, retaining the area in 1941 for a reported $IJOO. ton Paint Store and other portion had spilled on the floor from lime Avenue, and a 196J graduate ulM.rtin -- --
which the United Stales ha Since FIND set its $200,000 of the lo time. School
cup arcade building which formerly County High : ;
held for 113 )'can. price, very little has been said housed Stuart Post Office. He saul the entire floor burst According to reports at I Ihe I Pesticide Ingredient: Blamed! I
Into fame he from the
about at ran
a park in the area. No
v7SECRETARIES' alarm wa sounded, probably Sheriff Department, Walt was
To abolish FIND would take due to the short circuit, to buikling. He reported he did not with other
: WORKSHOP what rolled at the scene" youth
know off
the table,
BRINGING MsNY HERE an act by the Legislature! the Stuart Fire Department was but it "sure did set thing afire. who said he was swept over the Parathion Was Cause
Gleason N Stambaugh Sr. unaware of the incident until the Two trucks from the Stuart t1"Depal'tlMnt dam. His companion reported/ M
Stuart chapter of the National West palm Beach, chairman of the police reported the matter. they saw him struggling In the
answered the Call although
Secretaries. Association is host to navigation district, "sur water but told officers: they thoughthe '
the fire was about 31)0/)
workshop, with, guestsfrom *
an all-day of the stale, prise at the Martin County move yards outside the Stuart city limits.TM was swimming Death h. s
scheduled many for part Saturday Sept. 26, "The wants"Martin Long County Island Commission released Burglary Raid wooden structure was enveloped With Wall at the lime were Of of InfantA
Richard tliiccn of '
in flames when firemen Davenport .
Club. The event
Stuart Woman > 'j' \
at for public recreation. FIND hat Tropical! Farms Michael: Wad- S:
celebrates the third anniversary of been cooperating with the stale to Sunday Night at arrived.A large crowd gathered to watch fifteen, of Stuart, and Hubs Sound child died of a An autopsy" on the baby filled, I h.i' "'9ty .
the Stuart group and Stuart's fifti come up with a plan for the use Mine Collins J of Jcnaen Beach. deadly poison, Parathion used. asa I 10 reveal the eaU: cause of death,
the fire as it "became"
eth anniversary year of this area for recreation," be more spec roach powder, a report from the or the' easel ingredient* causing 4'l '
J recoveredat
said. Higbee ElectricMerchandise tacular as it burned. At time The youth body was Florida Sheriff* Bureau Labor death:, Sheriff :linker: then orderedIhe ,
smoke and flames shot 100 about I a.m. by Deputy Sheriff
'DOVT SHXT ME.ru --- I ISO feet up Junes Holt. Gerald Brutes and toy, Tallahassee, showed! Widne- powder sent to Tallahassee for OUCH BOB COLLINS
: MINMNG: valued in ewe of Because. of the intense heal fire Slater Grot using a drag hook, day. analysis. '
? If Stolen TractorIs wa stolen from Ed Higbee men had to keep their distance Reporting tile drowning to the Sheriff Roy C Baker reported Al a meeting of the Martin well founded for( It* been a lung
Pigeon-racing anyone clubin you Electric: J2 Osceola Street by a sheriff." was lama Wethinglon en effort will .be made lo halt the Couniy t omtnMMtMi' Tuesday, lime. since .he bat had seventeenreturning
interested a
are .. thief or thieve who entered the of Stuart who was sale. of the "white powder in a CommMoner Jack Snunuersuo lettermen. to form a no
nineteen camp-
Martin County contact L. k.Corbett. Recovered warned resident to be on theluduut cleu fur four.
at store Sunday night. Noise Raffle Is brown bat"Onrtearold a currently thirty-
in Ihe vicinity: and happened
AT 7.1 79* Corbett a mg
fur water r.rclI.nlMIItI of the
Stuart Police" Department received I Martha : a man squad Twtlve nvenIMB -
while the search" McF ad-
youth *
of Indian River at along were
member Racing Built
Being bastmenl Called X* !lettermen, wbu
a report of the break-in al the water for Wall den, daughter of Mr and Mrs, 10 waterproof are I two-year
his Methodist ParkA young
Club recently won tec- tag .
Pigeon I II 1:15: a.m. Monday, and Chief Jesse Martin HospitalMartin Also *l the scene were Sheriff. I Carroll Mcfadden. died Aug. 21n I 11 He said' It I It a deadly putties have played high" cbuol= ball' to.niher
(Continued on Page 2-A) J. Ttylor and Patrolmen BiOy Roy C B.ker. Deputies Turn Wy route. to Martin Memorial' Hospital rise! hud caused 1/1'/ deiiha 'In fur three yean, end Junior
I Iau.
I Chase and Joseph A Lane commenced Memorial j t Ihe Male. and el dust \thirty iU- (ugh 'ball before, that
farm tractor I II a hard thing Hospital I haswarded Jack Curry and Morgan Sprat; ; after she was found eating ',
attitude of the
Tale Twisting to Meat-end hide an investigation a $2.217 contract to Ben i Stuart Fire Chief: Milton Grilfui, | ihepoAder f front 1tftWII. Tae Improved)
II'J't.: : In Dade (ouirty so far ibis tear quad lid been demonstrated in
The gUte on overhead door and Son
an llodapp for extension The child we ofa '
Coroner Pilcy
I Apparently thai was the cane I and Harvey i care "
I I II .at the rear of the store was broken, I thirteen pares. had died a* a .. practice *e* k>n*. said the Tlfen
By JACK JAMES Sunday when a new $6,OUO tractor of the existing cooling lower en- Young Wall teas a grandson. of suet at the lime Ihe enter suit of organic rbotph. lhllIIUI..1kI our "buys> .bave..
apparently in an attempt<< to remove cloolur.It was announced Mon Florida found the child whit contacting
Wall the
was stolen from Niel Johnson the late R a (NO* powderon
-TH. FLtlSa l'0.- .... LigCOMMISSION & of the undoubtedly achieved meat and
it with screwdriver
on Loop Road a or day. seer who .u one of the few her fact. look the beg from .
!similar imruntenl, and entry aid "lite. ie to baffle noise washed. the death were accidental.insecticide physical maturity Out possible
Some scientist have .been trying The tractor turned up the next purpose while men ever accepted into the her and powder off -- --- teams. Include only three
for years to prove that man day al the Methodist Park on the. exit were made through the opening apparently coming from this area" Setmnole! tribe and fur many her hand and. face sUrtmg nun-leuermeii ( Rogers. Carl
btilrll! Vary
came from monkey But the way South Fort. Two plumber from ,, Chief Taylor said. the release adds year a Italia. County Commissioner The roach powder wa usualry '' Gurden tad. W-ky SunnmeU).
some of u* are acting would be Fort Pierce-Murray Corley and kept on a high shelf' |How M p* Stuart ( liy CummiMiufi will and for they weigh a
credit_to such hairy ancestors.. Jerry Warren.a w the tractor. Sheriff' Baker reputed, Wednesday on a lower shelf mil hat not been hold a regular meeting at City. Hall I' man man.
Did y o a ever and reported to Sheriff Roy C. morning that the tragedy teas determined, on Monday, Sept. 2. at I \,> m.re (Continued on Page 3-A)
know of another Baker. Bids Opened .. --
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monkey drunk, having getting Garbage Collection Fee May{ lie Increased SOc Monthly{

more than. Lent Waak-a WeatkerTosvntan .
EDO \ one husband ala Hl.b t>. BafeMIt On Ocean Boulevard dayl

time, leaving =ss..a It; : fa JMi Set Mo
n jni
her baby because -. 11,t ti $424,133 City Budget Hearing on
.. i .1'1
the could .-... .. "' T** Bid on constnictfea of the but the Meadry CcatriKt Company
not be botheredand II tr t* ..i .,01 State Road MA bctwec of Tampa Ie at work clearing. the -
so on and on? Or a male monkey .... It *. .i* ji S*. Lucie and Martin County onHufehinwMi nllht-ol..., for the first stretch The 14:4.t IU )' budget of the M with, no major changes and I fecu* ryCrowdcr The commission adopted a resolution
.. .
not pros-ielmg the best be Aiee bs..me.m t IId. Island were opened' by of the road. About IO.OUO feel.hat City of !Stuart published' ta full aa salary increase, City Maaaget aho pointed out thai"' imirucitof. Crowd to a[H
could for Ln family* Mo sir. But TTDiea'ATrrincui KM Slate Road Department at Tallahassee > been cleared to far wide shout I elsewhere.. m l today Stuart<< News, Joe C/owdrr lold a work session garbage collection. wa mrt selfwppofting ply to t DM federal government foe
I prefer the words of wisdom by IXUCT Tin AJL s seas rx. Inr"FM Tuesday I4.COO feet renwurtag.. The Hen- : will be the aufeiect, of a public of the CMWTUMKMI Tuesday mora.ing. and sugp4ed that an awl for hurricane damage attend, and]
Al Croft who says. "When your a.K f* Iil It" ... .** The stretck of road i* a distance dry company has a contract tat I .Irwin al Use regular sealing ellI ... added thai .he will recommend tine M cede a month be charged authorued Crowder. to that
duldren are home talk to them *.*. M II a ".It 4M4 (lit of ',"I auk and alb for a Bme ....J mile of the ..... I City cWwiMtioA to be held al.tI Monday f thai the nnJl' ,e be hit ct>II cuiM.. rather titan cut .amvemioa" ol Ida IntcrittUooal
about God and when tfsty airnwaj *a=: 14 St 41)l US 4 tea eat Si44: t*: ;I ctone .baa* and type two serfage.Motf The onset boulevard .la expected .I City Hall at I Pat Me. II.J.s.pc. the tame a* for .Last year: 5 trolls, down front three to two codec/ Coy Managers" AssdJaiioa to Pita
talk to God about them and --. I. Sal .... .tea ,1 ol will be through ....- tr> be completed by DM end of I 21'The for operation and 2 oull for an lwn weekly and. have garbage hew in Ch a0> Sunday. :Vft }7,
wet see a different world.' (I.d.1 1 o.ant*> I ne_ e lea s* lea set teen.1M l..../grove swamps.OB 1965 and to attract many tourhia I IM445 budget h t J.I W.11 Del of 21* asiO fur old Iowa, cane plead at curbside instead of thruurh Wednesday,. Sept JO.
an go to church Sunday I I..... h W lee .... Ne ice L.. the St Luck end of die road to tint area. nan thaa the budge (or m- mating loCale of 1 tad 7W milk till back; door Hell be thuttLIBRARY

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have luncheon with the 11\
:TILE STUART (Fla) NEWS Thnntday, September 24, 1964 7-D on" Monday evening, the switchwas MORE party' at France I Lang"t "il,]
cut out of the circuit. whichin : rigger Restaurant, which. "

A Click of the Switch and the 'Great White Way'Flashes t of*jft a futwe photoelectric turned decree will en of operate light or cell ef or, by accortbnj the darkneat.The meant lifhtsbefcw GovernorFlying opened Pair for ArrestedFor the octss'"n.

I lights take about ten minutes

on for First Time on U. S. I Through City cell'but receives to go reach out enough their immediately. full light, intensity a* the wa', in Speeding;

demonstrated Monday' when aa HadDead'GatorA
I A click of the switch by Mayor FPL enbye shone a nanWigW. "
I, Rav Cooke and Vice. Mayor Bill on the cell plunging the "W., On Oct. 5
I Left suited a blaae of light from Into dorkntM. Palm Beach man and a I
o !uhty-one mercury vapor' r.mpaIlln Following, Monday "switdrmg-' ajjer have been charged In M
the second section of Sea on" ceremony the City Commisswn 1-AV County with possession' of a tiy
1 (Continued from | killed alligator and a
sir Greatshitc Way" at City Manager Joe Crow- pump
p m Monday. dtr. John Ball of Dickerson, Inc. bridge entrance with an attached head light)
Added to the nine similar lamps general oontractora; Police Chief The program will open with Eugene Wilson twt.ntnine
a s ilrcadv operating on Roosevelt leswj J. Taylor and members of Martin County High School Band West Palm Beach and Don
Bridge the blaze had an intensity the press were dinner guests of playing the Star Spangled Banner. Strickland seventeen, of Bovni
,>f JO.$00 lumen, M that motorists John M Law Jr.. Stuart district ,' Rev. Malcolm Harrlt Presbyterian Beach were charged with ilk
on the new four-laned U S. manager of FPL at Port St Lucie pastor, will give the invocation ly killing and possessing the ,
t1. tir could have no doubt that this Hotel and Country Club. 'I gator by James Thompson Mar ,
ej$ Stuart. W R Scott former representative County game warden after th
arrest by Deputy Sheriff Fl., I
will act master of ceremonies
The second! section extends from a*
At)A Cutoff Road in the southto Crary to Prevail
t v the of the in Fees Mayor< Ray Cooke of Stuart Prevail also! charged StncU, ,
southern limits bridge. $3,022
1eN A third section will carry thirty will give the welcome ......re". with driving ninety miles an hi ,
seven similar lights ,between the Payment of back fee totaling John H. Monahan, State Road in a fifty-five mile zone.
north end of the bridge and a point $3,02296 owed to County Judge Department member for District! The two were first arrested ,
} 1s approximately 3W( yards northof Evan Crary Jr wa voted by the 4, will introduce Governor Sty the speeding charge on Slate Ro. I
the U. S. I.State: Road 707 Martin County Commission Tuesday ant, who will formally dedicate 76. Prevatt checked the car .11I1
junction: following a ruling by the the highway project. found the alligator and gun.

a a. :; I The total cost of lights and Installation state attorney general that the feet Mrs. Monahan and their daughter
+ P = $38.000. is being borne weredue Susan, will cut the ribbon. $%.484 REFUND!
o s J"M" x. by Florida Power and Light{ Company According to the ruling Judge A number of state dignitaries, I COMES" :; TO COUNTYA
costing the City of Stuart not Crary it due $1,800 in feet if there including!; John R. Phillips, chair total of $2 484.72 in refunded .
a penny. The city will however, it additional fee money at the end man of the Road Department, and insurance premiums have be r
t R pay an annual service bill, estimated of each year. county officials and legislator put into the Martin County bon:
as between $11,000 and The commission denied claims 'representing both Martin and account by the State Board of Administration
M SP.OOO. which will cover patrolling for feet in 1961 and 1962 made counties along the route, will be County Commissi
maintenance replacement of.. by Judge Crarv on grounds that the in attendance Chairman Frank Wacha reporuj
bulb' and any necessary repairs. county cannot be liable for bills A welcoming group will meet Tuesday! The money it an incur
After the official "switching- over a year old. I the plane at Witham Field and will ance adjustment on the toll hrigei

"LET THERE BE LIGHT"*-and when Mayor Ray Cook then was light Ibis to the way the junction of Federal Highway

switched on the new mercury vapor: &lamp on 1)).S. I on Monday, and State Road 76 looks at night nowadays, MATTRESS MONTH"

Working Up Regulations on Mobllehome Construction /

I County Orders Ten-day MoratoriumOn ,!

All Light,- Aluminum Construction '

A ten-day moratorium on light Could be tent to the attachment to trailer were blown ttruction: and zoning regulation
aluminum construction and at. The moratorium commllAion'j away or blown into other trailer. the commission called for two
tachments to house trailer i in county. will not issue He said new regulation are need- public hearings for 9:30 a.m. or
Martin County war approved by mit* for aluminum cabana or I ed to protect live and property shortly thereafter, Oct. 13 .,. FOUR KING SIZE SHEETS
the Martin County Communion; Other structures until the new regulation Bell alto reported the Town' of One public hearing will: "be on
Tuesday are established I Ocean Breeze Park has a similar the establishment i of central water GIVEN WITH EAC1I KING SIZE BED OUTFIT
The moratorium was asked by Bell told the communion Hurricane moratorium in effect now whileit and sewage systems for mobile
County Engineer Fred Bell M that Cleo played havoc with revises Its regulation govern home tubdivJHiont The other Choice of Innersprjng; or Foam78"x
new, or more stringent, regulation trailer In the county and that 1 In. aluminum construction. hearing will be on land uses in
governing aluminum construction: many aluminum structures and I In other action relating to con mobile home subdivisions ;


Sheriff Cracks Down on Bolita Here


Five. Arrests in Lottery Operations ...

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Five Martin Countlans/ have Poinclana:Garden, a Stuart auto He wa charged with promoting, wat arrested outside juPont Salerao MEASURE YOUTIMAlIAESS Rfg- $279.951Qq95 "- -.- 'I .
heel arrested on charge involving salesman, wa served a warrant at and conducting a lottery He pouted restaurant He posted $100 bond :;. "j
I bolita operation In the county I the sheriff office Monday whenhe a 1.000 bond. Helping Baker carry out the .. t
Sheriff Roy C. Baker reported heard the sheriff was looking Naylor and two others, Rebecca I raids were deputies Tom Wyatt, $ : : :;
James. H. Naylor, thirty-aeven, of for him and stopped to check. Hammond forty-four, and Loram James Holt Henry Herbert, Morgan : I
.... Hammond, forty-five, of Ut. Sprott, and Gerald Brown '
tie Dixie, were ill connected In a I In Stuart City i Court, Leroy .
bouts operation at the Log Cabin Critic of Utile Dixie posted bond
Indian River Free a Hobo Sound night spot Sheriff -which he later forfeited--on a I You can lave $80 oa title Nationally famous King Size
Baker said charge of possession 0 f lottery bed outfit. You get giant! a-utrese plus two box springs
The Hammond were arrested tickets Crist was arrested by city SLEEP BETTER OH A KING-SIZE osi legs ? Plus free gift ef four hunou make sheets
at the Log Cabin in a raid Friday 'Patrolman Leroy Washington early to fit
Of Pollution Says night and charged with possessionof Saturday In Little Dixie.
lottery ticket They each ported Taken in the raids and arreat
a $SO bond wa the familiar black: bag, num.
In another arrest Friday night bert, and bolus dips
Health DepartmentResults Penny C. Hall of Port Salerno, Sheriff Baker reported he doe $
wa arrested and charged with not believe there is any connection r
possession of lottery tickets. He between the Kobe Sound and the NOW SAVE $40
Salerno ,
Stuart Port
of a health" survey of quested the survey following the
the Indian River by the Martin May primary election. Palmist Given
County Health Department shows The department reported it had MORE ABOUT .
taken thirty-two samples of water
the river i i. not polluted. 500 feet off shore betw"n License WithoutFingerprinting
up to
The result of the survey by the the Martin County line and RamblingContinued ....w : DURING THIS SALE

department were announced b y Ferguson laundry and could not BUNK BEDS '
County Commission Chairman find contamination of a degree FULL 6 IN. FOAM
Frank Wacha at a meeting of the that would endanger recreational ( from Page loA) .

commission Tuesday Wacha re activities. A licence to practice palmistry JI Sturdy maple fl.U Mdt. ", BED

applied for by Maggie Johnson ond race against Fort Pierce and cat be Md a* twta bed .. ( OUTFIT
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wa renewed for the third year Vero Beach fancier, a blue bar .r hurt bed with ladder. 7
by the Martin County Commission pigeon from hit loft clocking I,- afJ. $79. .. Full Size.or TwinHealthful
Mr. Johnson' it in $5995'
Tuesday 22873 minute for the ,
yards per ...
firm foam
buslnttt on U. S 1 ISO-mile flight from Bunnell. Six asaltrete pin Matchl -
The license was renewed after ty-four birds from seven loft competed t box spring cw legs
the commission turned down a In weather '
good flying The .
request by the sheriff department only things they had to fear were ,
it Sn, that all person applying! for the hawks and the gun of ruth 9 5
such: l license be fingerprinted.
less hunters according to Cor- ,
1 a wt I County Commissioner Jack Williamson / '
o t told the commiiMion such belt If only he could cross a racing I (!+ I' s ,d war
pigeon with a parrot, the birdwould
would be iliscruiuna-
a practice be able to scream, "Don'tahoot ,
tory against group. He aid he '
personally would he outraged ala I me, I'm winning! Reg. 99.9S

lumber dealer if he were asked to ft -
be fingerprinted when be appliedto MAN OP THE MONTir '
tell lumber. I lOSr HIS AWARDA

s The vote against fingerprinting travel clock representing! a BABY CRIB FULL 3J IN. FOAM
+' Hb unanimous.InsTnRlcA .
ty "s t was
"Man of the Month" award from
the John Hancock: Mutual Life BED OUTFIT
Scbnttfle with. ed.Juttable
SOClrTY: Insurance Company, was taken taiga
BOUGH) PAINTING: out of an auto parked on East aprmi ami. lit* Full She
Ocean Boulevard Monday after' avW la aatsiral .rsaayle. or Twin
ass Theresa Knowlet' art exhibit at
f e$ the Elliott Museum drew the ultimate noon. The Man of the Month" Large $2995EASY *Ir aba faun ., ralllOUl
in praise from the apontor- who lost the clock a few hour tasters iLI (CVtk ft rtytea, asaha .... ........ '" .p.s.I. .. ..,..
Oat CIf her after he received it at the West attack reatfy toy
"Florida"group.Highway," a modern contemporary Palm Beach agency, was Albert I.;' = a a ked Mint
was purchased throughthe P. Eno of Stuart Nothing ehe war Yea are U.oo. $$11195
art purchase fund of Martin taken from the car "I didn't even
County Historical Society Thesociety's to.to: snow it to my wife," taM [ i-i :
special committee: headed -
HAROLD E. LYON by Mrs Roland Dunn voted a
unanimously to acquire the paint TIGER GRADUATES PAY'TSAVAILABLE 9 5 Ret. $5995
Meet Your Post inastert ing. Three other Theresa Knowle STAR FOR "GATORS X1 $6
painting were shown at the thaw.
I The society also announced that It fart often that a relatively I Budget Terms
Harold E. Heads the opening of Joe Kellcher one- small school like Martin County
Lyon I man show has been moved up to High', with a 42.34 recant over
Tuesday, Sept. 29 the past four seasons, hat two
Hobe Sound Post Office I graduate perform cm NCAA College
I Football for the tame teem The Rowel Block" Phone 2874)804)
KIDS D.'Y IS SFT but that what Satur*
Hobe Sounds postmaster! I it F Prior to Joining the postal service SATURDAY HtKE day Two Tiger grads shaped up ROW ELLit I I
Harold E. Lyon who spent severalyeara he was a building maintenance The Krwinl Club sponsored extremely well on TV a* the Umvtmty -
a* a sergeant of police for superintendent for the Reed on Kid Day will begin at 9 a,m. Saturday of Florida disposed of CO.
the New York Central Railroad in Jupiter: Island. Sept 26 at the Youth Center Southern Methodist University.
Albany, N. Y. Mr. Lyon' family include his There will be no parade this They weren't hi either the line or
He wa appointed acting pott- wife. Ftorine; a ton Charles. whob year, but free ice cream and Cote the backfttld: but were svnr mach
\ master in August 1959, and elevated employed by Pratt A Whitney will be on hand A wild west theme to the fore. They %er. Carolyn OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY AT W.2."lD ST., STUARTA
to the position of postmaster Aircraft; ad a daughter, Mary will be featured at the free show Johnson (f 61)l and Mary Jo ,.-
in July, !960. Ann, at the Lyre. tea ("6%). twirling Oatorenn.

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;dw t"-ptrmb. r 2I.I 11)64 t.4
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rain Wash.. 21.. Sept take IS Worth 7Ftbhtf. ,. $ k r "I

Riviera Beech 0. Seacrest (II I ,, 4't ,A.W1 .
$!! \'Cl'\\ Bed *J. Belle\ liUikFiwest 'I 1

L NON'CONfREN'EPahskee, Hit! 3/9 Fort:Piera'

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Jupiter I 19 Okeectrnlsee 0 A 91
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Murray High School at t.,mer ; i
Garden opened its I9Pobnv i )h\'I' I
bull season' Friday night wash an
and k ,. 41 I 2 ......... _
4 ;v irnprnsive ''- NH' "" """ --"WII .1WII'awe. :' ,1PU>-

3 r ra at tory Long over Field OLeechohee. Next fame Bon lor hl1l\11 the i A rOWRI!STARTING LINEUP on offense for Martin+ (\1tlnly "Ken' : Odom; LG. David Smith; LT Bob PeOIIII'IU; :. Johnny
Lion will, he Friday' night at litusville Tigers in their Friday opener is hon at practice I eft to right Wood: Ralph Kramer Rut; Jerry: MerVlmgcr FB; Buck, MauKJm. I
1 es I II are. RE. Bill Mathers; Rt, Mirly, Rehnherf\ : RCi, Don Stiller l QB, and Clark I olllnt. I Un.
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-M.\f, FKL1ONS if we could just get you on the team These huskies, who (unfortunately)
Cant pluy, are the Tigers' assistant coaches Ted Hill I. C Williams anJ Cliff Rollins What a A.ct.nn.t'IIr? UHF nccplKHi -- - -
wonderful backfield they\J make with the new Qhndom E -
1/1 "82" tuning a,..
torn! fosturlm th, onctu. 6[ iW
:;: MORE! ABOUT live "4IO"trtnslttor pl'rmalronic 1965

Collins of Win tuner rd ,
Hopeful 4
;\ Convex:ant front control, 6 I

'", easy to see, east to use See Our DEMONSTRATIONUP
(Continued from Page I-A)
good twelve pounds more than guards, Mike Crook, Gordon and I I Earl Cooper; tackle, Bob Fenton; e Front uund redid to
Stiller outside linebackers; Collins guards, Jim Tucker John Gray you for teal fidelity
they did last season""We're
Phil Featherston and Herb Pen- -
stronger and faster than middle linebacker and Kramer darvis, and back, Ken Elliott a Matching roll/.iround bate ( -
ve have been time.;' and! Scammell, halfbacks If you haven yet bought your \ UP TO
) )) convenient magazine;
' Coach Collins conclude "and, SuNtitutci reckoned to figureavrJidlri season ticket for five home game, f- a.wt
I" at our best and free from injuries in game will i l l include: you may do so by offering $7 at rack "T... the thaw MUilM40U _'
I'e. could finish in the top half and Ken r Lofback, The First National Bank of Stuart wherever you go." I j l II'(DUf MmJ)Sent* t 36 MOS.
of the conference" ends; Phil Hogan and Arthur The Bank of Stuart R, V. /
Offensively Collins expects to' Speedy tackles, Bobby Subella\ : Johnson's real estate office Andy WITH ....
Mart: Johnny Wood, 1E; Bob Pen- : Ricky Rhodes, center; and Pittman Gulf Station or to Coach NANOIC TO PAYDOWN
darvis i LI; Tim Newman or David Tom Wyatt and Jim Humphreys Collins (AT 7-0710)), INCLUDINIICAfCHllIIUSI MONEY f rtj
Smith LG; Dan Kilbourne or Ken halfbacks I But season ticket or not, be 14777 ,
Odom. C: Don Stiller. RG; Marty The rest of the bench\ strength there Friday to give the Tigers arousing I \SYTIRM1:
Rehnhcrg. RT.; Bill. Mather, RE: Includes: ends, Ron kammell and sendoff.
Buck Mauldin, QB. Clark Collins ---
or Eddie! Gifford I.HB; Ralph TV MONTHLYor
Letter Received CUSTOM
I First
Kramer RHB; and Roger or Jerry I
Merklmger, FB "
The starting defensive line will An-ehlftnel YH'.UKF lee.p.lion .l'
be picked from: Wood and Math Can't You Be at SUN tire new 64TMdtm t
ers ends; Newman and Rehnberg, : Why festering"12" teeing tho ottlv Sys'tans With Trade j Modsi M 032 AWC

tackles; Smith and Pemlarvii, live "410 pirmitronle WEEKLY
i translator tuhefConwnlont ,
r7 ..... 1 ? e feint' controls
Homecoming <
'-' j jI The Big as,to see. easy t.n. i
ft .. front.'IIIonlf'It.eI.., .'.. r
J L I ." ------ ----- -. l!!for true fidelity ALL TV.AI'I'UANCBS'
'jjur jdca of keeping: Tiger alum JUST SAYCHARGE
I ni 'and alumnae In touch with I :, to puns on the rent of his remark.;: Matcftiag roll-round base
with convomont
former classmates, by publishing! "1 happened to see in the Sept. rack,, Tike the hoe
a "Sorry 1 wont be at homecoming 17 issue of The News your requestfor 90 DAYS-CASH
but story or stories before former grads of Stuart to state .. ../*.*
the Nov. 20 Lake Worth why they cant attend the 1964 17777MofolCMItA PLEASEAutomutfc
II game, seem to have met with the I homecoming game, I am a 19.7&rad I IP YOU DI2SIR1!
early approval of at least one of Stuart.
1947 "aduale.Briaht "I 1 certainly hope that others
and early Monday morn. will reply) so that those of ut who
lag we received a litter from Jim still receive The New will be able GENERAL ELECTRIC
,BowuVn. now commercial agent of to read letter from our former TIRE BARGAINS
traffic of schoolmates )
the freight department 4
II US TON'S Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company "My.. "a'lOllor not attending
I %200( Main Street, Sarasota, . Whoops! We nearly let the e FILTER FLOWASHER
I OFFICE EQUIPMENT Well keep his reason! for \being cat out of the ba,. ; ALL-WEATHER "42"
Oweoh Areas 2S7-2399 unable to attend under our hat Thanks, Jim. for agreeing with
for the present,_but we're 'happy.! our idea, and for replying before
.----------- you forgot to do so We hope that with 3-T NYLON
literally hundreds of your former '
schoolmates do the same, and and TUFSYNe'No
GOLFNew they don't necessarily need to .
have graduated so far as were n i limifguaranteo

Martin County Golf& Country ClubST. concerned Keep those letter coming d 12 Lb. Capacity
folk. Just drop line to Homecoming TB404 !
LUCIE BOULEVARD Ton right Joct. before crowing Editor, The Stuart Newt 3 Loud S1ze12ltinsc'I'cpnl2 2f16q1i
New Bridge to Beach live your name (and maiden namein GENERAL ELECTRICFROSTGUARD / t :
-NEW SUMMER RATES- the case of married gal*), das
year, address, and say why you 14 2 Wfl li Cycles ,.....
COMPLETE Greens Fee won't be Mc to make it on Fri WiJOY

18-HOLE COURSE $2.50 day Nov 20 RErRUWTOR-rlWU:
It will help M if you don't wait SMALL TRUCK OWNERS
...... .... ...... ...... ...... ....M .._ until the last minute. sFrMf No tofmu!*!seer,.*.ease

ELECTRIC CARTS pig loro-legr rroorot; 50NO R-C TIRE OFFER!
U Hole ......... .... ................ ;: LUCE, DeSTFfANO ..id*m t*ui ftu vI
9 Hole* ... ,_.._ .._....__ ARE COO'UNMRJ: .1//'.' out......., .
Winner 6f the tow net contest f oftiUi*let rbal*tales
MEMBERSHIP Sin among member of the lady Golfer Drivers of Panels, Pick-Ups and SmaH. ..
W ff lIet relwae
Association: of Martin County IlL I
MEMBERSHIP IMTIVTION / on Tuesday were Jackie Luce, 9 Commercial Vehicles-Gtt this tire,
SINGLE MFMBFRSIIIf hole, and Etta DcStefano, II for I Iat
MONEY made especially touch use ,
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ..... _. hole.
MIXED DREMC3 AND LUNCHEONS Australian naturalists fear that DOWN Pfrcu fart' 95SPECIALS

MUT MOORE, ..... ROBERT $r. ftlLUAMS, Mgr. the I kangaroo may become eft 11f1I11RADC low at 13
tines if measure are not Liken la
Dial 287-2274 protect the national animal from wIRADEDclnse : f+.wrwwre. ;
reckless hunter I -


Twin Brush Floor .otft !

Scrubber Polisher

A_ SUE Ttrr ....> 'rawt:0

tSDI OfRIS-OWT; Electric Blankets Jailed..daif Attuh..atrK : I IJ Cf( ) (OrMl. r...'. 21.10' 16.1.
B" Guy Reg dlunp.d.gl P_ l/hpeweIl
'SEA SKUPJOILNSON (- s1409tire. 611ft lU ((4)) (Jr1aI-f ,.... 01. UB' 14."

MOTORS DEALER TItU1DE1Uti1Wi0AMOAT : e'e Mar.C e"e rat c.wAis MaM II.
_.r.e, -fl'a..a.al. lu..L PJefde1, .J 1SA $2288 ;le |11 ((41 <**... Yelp.. It. U.M tU'
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./....ee.srd$17e9.41.1..1 a,.. P.1 Ikeab p.1l.h cad buff ft..,. Ms soy.h.telewtth 104 t If (C") Ilrlgfurd.. Yepilp f L. It 1905 2-4."
TtAREb ACCESSWKS 0..5MA Ire D.ln. I rr Vaar. Big r br eh.a aM TIMI
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A STEAK DINNER: followed by tho showing of two colored J,. D. Gray who prepared the steaks At right& u Commander Stuart movie entitled. City on the St Lucre," and a fantastic film groupers became M> lame that t thew permitted the couple h'' :ICI
movies served at entertainment for member of the Stuart Flotilla Walter Bauman of the flotilla, displaying a choice bit of beef Plans of underwater scenes taken among the coral reefs in the Bahamas them The film, made by Humble Oil Company, is available inn
I 59. U S. Const Guard Auxiliary, Monday evening The center culled for grilling the steaks out-cf.Joon and serving them in the Islands Entitled "Rendezvous on the Reef" it showed a couple that company office in Atlanta The Coast Guard Auxiliary here I
pictures show most of the members and their guest as they finished clubhouse, but Jupiter Pluvius ruled otherwise about 6:30: p./hi. who found that by kind treatment, most t species of fish even conducts free boating safety course and free motorboat insncc,
their meat On the left are ,Jhe Chefs du Jour, Jack Coleman and and the cooking had to be moved indoors. The films included the moray eels could be taught to eat from their hands.! Two large lions. Members enjoy occasional group' socials such as this

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It Will Depict Martin County Industries IIIMORICAL EDITION( she had 'seen a copy of the edition our home close: by. He passed! torboat. reported. missing tor about
KVOKII: MEMORIES and that it brought: hack many away on July //I, 1910\ I have many : a week at the mouth of Praia
recollections. "I I am the daughterof & happy memories of days of my Creek Saturday morning
I Our fiftieth anniversary historical Captain James A. Armour, who childhood at Jupiter"RECOVERED The fifteen-foot craft with ,
Hutchinson Mural First FederalJim edition published early this i 10 horsepower engine. is _
Doing at year, stirred many memories for was keeper of the Jupiter Lighthouse own I
for forty years," she wrote : : BOATMISSING by Herman A Hecmsath ot Situ
Mrs Bertha Armour Busch of
born in FOR Wttk Street, Stuart A paddle was
"I 1 was at Jupiter Light : ntt-
Hutchinson noted Martin of life in Marlin County I i citrus tree with baskets of fruit will t take about four months to I son Eureka' James Calif E Now Knight visiting at Fort her I 1885 and lived there until my I Martin County Sheriffs Depart sing, but the boat and engine ucrt
County artist, has been commin-- James A Ciurvey. executive vice and rows of trees in the back. complete, Lauderdale I Mrs. Busch wrote that: I father retired and we moved into ment recovered an outboard mo undamagedWe'd .
lion cd by First Federal Savings president of First Federal of Mar I ground, and a scene on the beachesof
and Loan Association of Martin tin County, said that the panels Martin County. The smaller
County to paint a mural forty feet will depict flower growers, with panels will depict suilfishing. the I Ii.J
long by ten feet high. The mural workers and rows of flowers, cat I House! of Refuge and the golf /
will depict the industries of Martin tie In the backwoods of the county courses I
County with pine tree and prairie. a large (jarvey added that the mural \ "
Demgned to hang on the wall I -- C .

j mural above will the be tellers'don in windows panels divid-the Eddie Williams Appeal Granted t: j.g i,. .. like to meet you .

ed ten feet deep by seven and r fY! X.J.t I'n' 1 .
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one-half feet wide. make this the .. I ..
We arc trying to Order ..
Judge Signs ."
East most Coast"':fli.rorid1al.; .on Hutchmwm the- ( \ \

"We plan to accomplishthe I
effect with design, and by making
different levels of projection Staying Execution I'm
I, Allyn Weigel. I
with a broken surface pattern; ; I"I >
The different panel will "be set
out from the ht to nine An order slaying the execution hunts could be paroled if stntcuc I "
Inches Smaller panda of eight of Edward (Eddie) Williams, twen ed to life. : .
feet high by, three and one-half of Nobe" Sound, ha been A ruling by the Supreme Courtcould .Z' '
feet wide will feature other phase ty-four signed ,by Martin Circuit Judge C the I cane take will a year come, or I before longer, since the I'm your newest Chrysler, Plymouth, !; x \ ,

Pfeiffer Trowbridge court In its turn with others, J '

Businessmen'sLUNCH Judge order Trowbrdige allowing Williams'also signedan attor I and Valiant Dealer. Now, I'd like 'j

ney heron A Yawn of Starke ,
to appeal to the Florida Supreme I BulkheadLine to meet associate. J' :
Court the Circuit Court jurists you my J [
decision on Aug 10 denying Wil
liams a new trial He ordered the I _
stay of execution: until the Supreme GelsApproval .
Court can rule on his decision q! I IPm f' :; ; 1v, J \ '
97 against a new trial I
Williams is in Raiford awaiting .
.t '
execution for the slaying of Miss Henry Holland .. .
Lucy Ann Wethinglon of Hobe f. K
Sound In April. 1962\
Town HouseU.S. Williams' attorney asked th a ,
A bulkhead line around Sailfish
for trial in July
court a new on
1 Stuart the grounds William did not have Point at the south end of Hutchinson 4
We're forward
looking !
counsel when a preliminary hearing Island was approved by the. to meeting M
Come. Try It!Il..lIIed was held before a justice of the Martin County Commission Tuesday
( !Monday) peace, and that Judge TrowbnJge I
erred when he told the jury Wil- No one appeared to protest the In Whatever price I
.. bulkheadmg proposal when t tht you person. l
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public At a bearing commission!was called meeting o n interested in I I'll
Notice! you're
Aug 2], James Brock, Stuart engineer range see 1

WE WILL CLOSE SUNDAY, SEPT.' 13 Bradshaw, acting interests for of'the Fort Charles Lauds .. ,

for Painting, Redecorating Vacations erdule, who plan a $20,000() .(XX) to, it you get a great buy. :" J j
residential development asked the
Grand He.Opening Sunday, Nov. 1 commission for its approval of "
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with Complete Luncheons and Dinner the line.Brock
: toM the commission at i
the time that from JX( to IOU feet 1: f:, !
lANGFCRD'SEft" ; () of land bus been washed away in 1
FRANCES? and is continuing to
be waned away He asked the We take care of the cars we sell. Not !r

bulkhead t* established to remedy J: .r

QV- : erosion The bulkhead and presented!begin at drawings a point that they need much-what with their I.I ;: i \ :
the and
RESTAURANT near jetty continues at
IJ1I' varying distances from shore alongthe JO I ;
JENSEN BEACH, ON IIIE INDIAN RIVER AT south: and southwest side of 5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train I
the point. In the area of the Sun ,
LANGKORD MARINA AND VILLAS Parlor, a favorite spot for fishermen .1..

-- -. the bulkhead follows the =the best in the business. .
present shoreline, warranty '

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[ Spoke to Club

ednesday' thru/ Saturday- T County Hobe Mm Sound linda High.., School MacArthur was guest senior, sneaker Martin, from Stop by the next time you're in the '

at the Stuart Business and' professional
,L NIWt.ti Women Club meeting on i neighborhood won't ? e r+wvreA P ,
tlle/xtpaaht Tuesday evening Vpt 2% ? .

I INTIRNS MacArthur Following spoke potluck' on attending dinner, MM the like
We'd show
4' 4s. .I National Youth Power Conferencein to you our place.

.,,and theirnewlovesla Chicago studies in nutrition April The conference .,.

r Mrs Mary Foster was honoredat
a surprise. miscellaneous bridal
l i shower at th. clue of the meeting

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An .:R\i1.:\ MPT. 30 \ .
Tuesday The olfite of the oounty judge 'II CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT
4 Sunday Monday
in the Martin County courthousewill ,
be closed Wednesday afternoon .
Step into Sept. 30, from 12 noon until

14i: 1! 1Y01 d 3 pm. U.S. 1, SOUTH STUART. FLORIDA : '

.. of Hc ry Ori a x OOMABDr .l' '; .
i1 William S. ltoo..l Williams J
11gAaA trwwar... pE15et1ERS A. Ousf1t non and Andrew OPitlman 'i"I.I..HKRX'IJ I..
Jr represented Stuart HOW THE 5/30 PROTKCJN yOU c.-.... ". .. '
WARRANTY Chryr t ,
Pavia M mnutt
Ditty 5O.OOO
I wanlans at the &1V64 convention .b,.... ......quo ......*" *S Mtw' ".. _*""."*'* ..* .*&"\ >..*.*.. ....**** *c'>.ryr y *i s*..*.. C"s*asas. ",
( Florida District, Kiwani 1\1-1 Arhwl .l u....... ,r.. eI 1rw.s .... ___ ....... Lid. W t.osrl p .q t.ink. r.YMd. wan pp. __ '
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I IIs tional, held. sae paws .sod eartdrl Neers -- feu sa.wat ass durw.rrk
t Hollywood/ ... ....... ., ... .... .. ay" +,
I rise baeiya sal .......... idd doe ov.w hm _- ea.q..vwy a __ uuo ill-. pgss flutist C CHRYSLER
\Is _arlE1. Is Sunday through Tuesday Division. ra.Mwt 4r. doe d 1.1-. ........... ...,y rend d ...... sad .... ..-.....- ... law ........ wry a a.rh ---....
I _...IIIIfEIIlllrSTS 1) clubs played lent to rcpresenlative .... ..,...... ...ey I y..r-. sad .sey a _M "w.r.as.- N sea a ... ........ OIl .......... .. tile wgNnd. ......
of ltt2| club vith a tout .... ....- doe ... a'worts II1} ...... .,.ad, ....... .... (1)I &IIe.n.. w.er .........
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TITS STIART (HorUa) NLW3 Tiur ar September. f)f4 <. \

Aid for s r rx

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1i : Family HereThe x

Kiwanis: Club it tiling for
donations of clothing and food for I
Mr. and Mn. Robert Long and
1'r son, aged two and three years, I
I of Port Salerno whose house trail I
i a burned Sunday night Ha i il a r ,
I disabled war veteran
i The Longs alto need a permanent I }
place to limo and will need
I furniture Sun of adult clothing
needed are: trousers' twenty-eight ww
I Inches long and thirty-two inch
waist; medium shirts; dresses sue
I ten.
Anyone desiring to give donations .
U asked to call Cal Montgomery I
287-3636 or Herb Rot-
marin 287-JJJJ -

ROSS wrnivM: TALKS CARRY INC: lilt lOKill the symbol of the Olympus, Stuart Jayccc (toy t'ns.ia runs in the
ON:' MARINE:' STUOILS: money Saturday, when m,inters of the local club started to raise their share of the $1,000,000 A
pledged by their national organization to tend the U. S. team to Japan You can help by dropping '
Witham of his
ROM study
spoke your donation in one ot the eanimtcrt: in downtown snows, o> by bMiuis. it to: rtun t<< Uw Money," ;t
of lobsters
tea iny j
i to ( iot'f"d"13i: I the seventh d/o Stuart Jayeeei. P. O Box :20)2 Stuart. I

a, grade science class at Stuart Junior
High School Tuesday Uluntrat-:
THE 1964-65 MARCHING TIGERS will line up like this when home game against Okecchoboe on Friday Sept J5 The band ing his talk with slides. Prom State Development 1 ( Commission( ;
they make their first public appearance of the season at the u under the direction: of Lcmoync E. Roll. Member of the data l bad
brought in specimens( for life science .

VFW AuxiliaryMet 16, at the post home Gold Star Mother Refreshments( were served by ers' snake study,collection.including Bruce Neth Stuart and Dickinson Park Are :

Margaret Dupuis was elected as Margaret kahn and Viekie Renee Burros and Katherine Keeling :
. Recently a member by transfer from New Prosk will work as a committee A new riding ra"mower has

s I The Ladies Auxiliary to the York Susan Botts and Jean Moran with A reading the Pioneer celebrating Class. Constitu. The next meeting will be held a safety lucks device the wheels which and automatically stops the Among Major East Coast Lure1:

Veterans of Foreign Wan held its were appointed as a committee to lion Day, Sept. 17, was given by at the post" home Wednesday, rotary blade when the driver leaves ;
, regular meeting Wednesday Sept purchase! a gift for the Auxiliary Edith Carblrom.I Oct. 7. the seat .
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In Florida Indian River region ,
a land of contrasts lMen- Ileaeh, reached by a causeway! hasa let connecting: the Atlantic
Ing from itusville to Sluurt !! fishing' pier and many other fa. with the sheltered Indian Ocean
! titul tropical jungles nestle e1lU-1 cilities. Rockledge Country Club and three eip'tcc"-hol.
ANNOUNCING theSTUART turbed a few miles from the west of Cocoa, has a splended course, Fishing it excellent, and
perate frenzy of Capo eillht_ -hole golf course. Mile of facilities for intracoastal boat trat'*
I In this land of paradoxes" the beaches offer white, sugar-fine fie are completed South of Fort,
simple and unhurried lives o f sand, gradually sloping" and free Pierce, just before crowing the"
many residents and visitors are I from'" undertow New In Cocoa St Luela River into Stuart, l<<<
jUAltiPOMHl with the tranlie. lives I It a J500KX( )( faultily includinga Jensen Beach, an off.the-bealen
i of others who enjoy the fever of baseball stadium! and diamond, path beach resort for fishing *wira.
the modern technological\ clubhmise and dormitory wing and quiet relaxation
The east count: of Florida It pro- Just north of Cocoa Bench, on Stuart the eastern terminus for
JRIND IPENIIOP :tested by a series of long, narrow the point of Cape Kennedy. I I. the the Croat state canal it an Inv.
barrier inlands, which. are broken Air .font Missile Test! Center. It porlant commercial fishing center
al Irregular intervals by inlets from it here that America guided mis- beside being highly popular with
the ocean. Inland it Merritt I Island silos are tested and ,Its satellite sport' fishermen Ihe town I Is also
where one of the first orange launched It It here. that America a chrysanthemum growing center.
groves in Florida was planted In I first man Into space beganhis the Home of Refuge Museum
1835Tilusvllle, I historic journey and J it Is here perpetuate"' the seafaring and lifesaving -
I Is a citrus packing and I that the space ship U> Carry the 1 lore of the locality and
shipping' center, and it an important I first. American to the moon will the Hint Museum of Vehicular
gladiolus growing center. Re-,1 .be fired. South II Patrick" Air Force Evolution exhibit the develop
ing the rail head for shipments to Base' site of a free missile display ment of the modern motor car
Cane Kennedy, itusville i is i the I Melbourne offers excellent boatIng Nearby Jonathan Dickinson/ !
CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHIncorporated foul point for fast-growing and fishing and there U excellent State Park was named after a
nest and I Industrial t I I Icli bU.I'1 hunting In the cypress Quaker who who thlnwrceVed In
Tituivllle Is also a swamp area li> t the went Pelican this vicinity This uniqur' area I is
liar stopover" for yachtsmen traveling I Island National 1 Refuge near Sebastian actually three state parks .in one
the Intracoatlul Waterway, A I was the first national wildlife The landscape changes from white
.h.I .., en-acfl park beside the refuge In the United States sand. dune typical of the coastal
U.S. 1 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY Indian River provides" a yacht basin Vero Reach, located partly on areas, I lei the" low flat ptndunds so .
and swimming J"ltll.l typical of the Interior of f lorids, I II. tto
the harrier Island and partly on
A few miles west 1 I Is the c,,,,,. the mainland, hat a yacht basin I th a tropical: wonderland" with alt
AND TIlE FIRST PUBLIC SHOWING OF Till I mutiny of Christina' During the and I two golf courses At McKee There> tight lire and cantping KMuulvof tiles,a jungle.

:_ .r- holiday season' Its runt office/ receive 1 Jungle liardcns, orchids royal tlotwl facilities, screw. and
picnic areas
shipments of letters from palms and other trotlc.1'elletll. cruise
: on the Lunahalchee
I River
& VALIANTS I all over the world t<''I be mailed lion provide an enchanting jungle The
ALL NEW 1965 PLYMOUTHS CHRYSLERS numerous attractions of
with the ('brl.ln' postmark atmosphere Visitors can see the J'\n"4JI'1\ Indian River
Cocoa, a hustling resort and Dolphmcttet performing their i among the reasons (;o"crlKlr Far are
citrus shipping'! point, Is I especially! spectacular water ballet here tie Bryant and the Florida DevcbortmenfCornmfW. ,i
proud of nt fishing" lit proximity Fort Pierce it an important citrus .>i> are urging
t to the Gulf Stream assures, the and vegetable shipping center florldlan''' '* to vacation In I their i
presence of game fi.h. Cocot The city has a deepwater- In- own Mil.
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Register (for Draft Within 5 Days to 5 p.ni. except for normal holidays
t as Ir t office it not open on the)
a PtYpOiiia weekend but if a particular problem
After 18th Birthday Is Warningpurpose
necessitates, the clerk being

-- present on a Saturday' the will
Young, m e n turning eighteen hew make. an appointment. If a man .la
I Ia
to Identify who
)' age must rea..lerIIIllI. away from home on vacation aW
the) Selective! Service J System withIn fall armed force examinations and lending school, or working al a
five day following their eight Ui refer those who qualify for rehabilitation temporary! job/ he should registerand '
tenth birthdays local: Hoard 40 to agencies 'for ehcation "> give, !his permanent home addresa. _
clerk Mrs. Ruth A. Johiuun of' retraining and other assistance .. Hit "Marie town bewrd, wilt
fort Pierce announced,. receive his registration, caret from"
Mistaken Ideas' are held by simie Fiaininatlon of eighteen-year the hoard taking his registration*
t ; young men thai they may register old" docs not mean 'they face Induction Hit board of Jurisdiction never'!
my lime during their eighteenth' In the Immediate future, change*,
rear however, the five-Jay limitation Present induction: age I'I twenty Parents
) It Imposed b Y Presidential one Id Iwenty4wo, depending CM to register'' may but this accompany It not itece tons**
proclamation of. 1941, the clerk. :call. Selective Service receive rom tary Registrants'
takl.Late i the Department of Defense. Themselves by birth may identify certificates: ,
registration n among I tori- The stale directs predicted that driver license and other recordvPach .
2 da't young men turning eighteen 40IJIXI( eighteen-year. okb lit FlorIda will .be mailed
'i man a
seriously Selective !ServIce
hamper would register" in the coming
istralum certificate the tenth'
operations aimed at helping year He noted this week that his on
LwsLa>r o. A. them and the nation .Stale, Vice earlier plea for compliance) with day of, the month 'following. registration
live Service Director. JUroU t lie must carry this card:
following -
the five-shay registration period
Wall laid recently: I eighteenth birthday broughtIn al all, lime Should he lose It, ,h tiro
More than on out of three of l.5)I( to SOU(( long overdue registrant should apply for a duplicate
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25,1964 Florida'i J.9J7 young men wintered '' ( to local boards, mclucung Each registrant I II required t Id
in July.'.... to do to within some) who otherwise' might not I Ii Inform hit baa: board Immediately
five day after their eighteenth i have registered. al all. of change ,In addres and other
I Colonel Wall said Of Information affecting: his Ubitlif, "
birthday I Men turning eighteen' should report
Formal Opening and Ribbon Cutting will be 1.424 laM registrants/ only twenty to the "nearest local board for military service,
seven were declared wilfully which for Martin. Okeechobee
quent by uncompensated: /dtb""l I and St Lucie counties it located Japanese 1 cherry fluweri art
manning Florida I at 42* Avenue A Foil Pierce sterile' When" they are "pollinated:
Saturday September 26 at 11:30 a.m. cal hoard- This Indicates that I This office Is open every weekday they produce a bit of tissue. hareW
.lessness and 1".nce--4tOC rank through" Friday, from lg.r Identifiable lit a cherry, which'
.. I disobedience-.. behind most late II am.Monday I noon and from. _I 1114: will not produce a new plant.
: registration
:: : : :: with Mayor Ray Cooke and Miss Martin County Jill Rambert :kr Late registrant declared "delinquent" !i
,. art eutyect{ to possible'
; early Induction into the armed',

.: ::::: :::: .: FREE REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL : force Registrant help. themselves by j I + ifTs
fr . registering on time under a Dew
program" launched 1 la July to et"

I' ': Stop ill and Say Hello/ to amIne., eighieen-year-old unmarried. end otherwisevisitable out ofschool

r 'for military. service.. One s : e
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U. S. 1 South Federal Highway? ,. .:- New. A Used Cars ,/' .:. 287610LINC! I

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6 V :HIT >TlRT' NEW* TlrarsAir September Z4, 1964 Bond Bstre ted LMliAL A1'T5ITIR5Tsflt '

u School Trustees Question Going on BallotDo On Bolita ChargeThe : : -r PLLd. ptth.PlUSIit *'.inbslbes9tIWI1ts1iretv .

City of Stuart collected another n1 o5IIE OanniaJnailns'r

voters in Martin County confront voter on the Nov 1hallot. regular mwtmg to allow the quiMn **- proved a teaaiMtfcMt a...M the $250 from the halite racket ; JeartlpeCosiss4.PIlda. I Ill =;

want to continue to have MfcaMtruiitees to be on rhe be**. CmifKy ConMMMriim Ie..ptrt the : $250 ort:.. s! "It netn..... \11. illl..
I whcft I
? The Martin County Commiwon I. The Martin Cmmry Board of t''UCVtMMl Up. to voters m rtOVMaV' TueWhy evenfng r. ..Jl"t, ==
This question will apparently voted unkmrnottely Tuesday at its P"Wc tmtryctlrm lest! week *>p- I bond was estreated by Leroy CHst U., tit a 1.I. ... the

__ --_ .. ---- --- ..- herThe board also checked with the of Uttte Drtte, charged in MunMH fIIoUII tll"'&..AI "" fl_Itti...

thfee kiss I tnnKe**.-Mrs. Man Court with being In nossessM U..I

Electricians Need Competency Cards Brown, Earl Dyer It......, and Ar e4 behte' Hcfcctt. CrM was arrest ... .. Mdtltlf' IR\'it.

r r r t r hail R. Walker-and found they ed 'by Patrolman Leroy WattitA- *5115511 "-1" _.

would be witting to step down at llel J "R f'Ot"lft'Y
r- trustees if the board would takeover ton on Saturday morning. ) ?OMVYH4
Changes in Electrical Code and continue their duties. One other bond was estruted; :f.flt.ff
nv.osistftnliS.A1'1tI """ .
two continued ten '
The exact terminology of theqUC'ltIon were ; ..:..ft.
wIll' fines were imposed tad one
that confront voices
sentence was deferred. *5.5151 l"...! I'M'. tI."aar'rub.
will await legal phrasing. ., SePt. "If"

Approved by County Board I l."lt. AnUilltTIIIIN..r.I''

CHARGED IX SHOOTING/ ...fI.n. ADw17It51inlCTSdpi'll'53 :

UP A PHONE:- BOOTH "M'IMII lop ItttxnTSnv 10 .temn' .10.
Four changes in the Martin trlcal code wai made at the last be done by licensed contractor I Notice"t"U"-JI I is heresy riCTITIOI Iven* t that".,1111I th: I II..TIC" .I'TI.IDI a 1AE

County electrical code were approved commission! meeting In a letter from who shoJI submit I drawing to the Shooting into a telephone boothat ..."...'...rr..... ndr (the brovlaloniof Notice In n rehy pines thai the
by the Martin Commission the Martin Electrical Board. building inspector to commencement the House"" of Refuge has I ('hapter tests Law nf KlorldK" utld.'ni'tElsdI under the IirovletnneCf
County County prior Ada { lOll, will 1 resister wills (.he; etiaptw wims Un" Of Florida,
Tuesday when no one appear The new regulations are: of work. trough I charge of destroying Clerk of the Clmiu oiiirt 'In and .let Cf D45. will< I'epl.flSi with the.

ed at a public hearing to protest (1)I) All trailer "shall have a minimum (3)) Any person engaging in electrical property against Dirk S. Emmeck: for Martin of proof County: of' publication tlorlda. ponrerelnt a f Clerk for Martin. of ll>..County rirrttlt :::'':.I'J.'ft upon sod

I, the new regulations. electrical service entrance I work shall have a competency ( eighteen of Stuart He was charged nntlre. he flrtltloua naw" *. loWKTlt rnvlpl or proof .I publication ..t

The reqllethat the new regulations of nixty amps. card stating that he l II a by Deputy Sheriff James Mills.The "vs.; rtftinA OREKV l'RF.Runder thin will nolle tbo fictitious, halIte In-/

be included in the clec- (2)) All commercial work Oiall matter journeyman or an electrical : which It will, pnsap e In Uual- Mttmi i A'It FAMltOV!
apprentice 200-pound hog Sent aavlnc 'Its prIncipal pt.ri> ofbualneaa IIndp f tablet I will ...*>.* In "bual
i- average In tS>unly. neon, haviAd my prlftripal plM 1 pf
llm Martm
((41) lo have a reciprocal agreement >lekls sixteen pounds of bacon. Tin i that the .. '' l,it.re led kuatneain Port "aMmo: StaMPs
i1MLS I Ah Flaming Youth! I with the City of Fort Pierce In sail: boniness; la FI/ICA<< CORIORATION Comity. fla.1 that th* part? 'lots-c.
{ sets-elm
td wild bIslllns'I i I.
Lf/lO'L/ ADS rr..I.K.t<:! *r "''I".." Fiends end II |
(for electrical .
duly examined con. that there. are ho ethel .peraofta In' rwtrtlllxflo iS r Pelt Snleiho, .,
I Irjctort who have the required ,"nTl'JO( lop rs 111.14' 1155150 lec.eI5o.Ch.etopan. Florida and that Wd'"aAI ISO troalTub. Mh.lp
amount of insurance' and a satisfactory ''to "0tT I JrI-\' I'l'hNs'Kllh: : Ft nf.s N conmnTtox: pprcon lrler -
Roaring Twenties Parly Set Yiio'rI'E In Its-ps-b lhcl the Uy WIIiinrnj. Mathewn.rub. stem. t-Rtt11tt1\f-tt
financial statement on file t'lannlnp and rnhr.n, r.'d..1' MIM1
with the Building and Zoning Department of Martin County. hIoridss I I..UI rn. .: SipS. S<. 0.-1. I. a. ". atll .! Hepu U, Oct. U .. u, tIll
: : ; :;
I ds: ,'tolls hlic Hparlnir at I hour
By Anchorage Yacht Clabbers of Martin County. of 714' I'M. on Ortubrr :11. issi. 1MIIl. 4o1p1ioVeps. .. s.o.il. *.vv.lleenin53h?.
at lh.. Martin County r-ourthoim* __
In muart Florldn. to cnnnldor the "

SHIRLEY IRONS V1CHS jchwleader, poses! with !*xn. On Saturday evening, Sept ifi around! for ve tv, arm bands, fringe Tommy Wyatt Is Kddltlon ih* (leineral ft the, fnllnwlnv ITovUlnnn' pannrraphIn of th :o'rscm

of the minature' footballs which will be thrown out at half-time the Anchorage Yacht Club is planning I suspenders, etc., and wear them Hurt When Auto Martin Count Zoning Kf>ful tlon.i IIp zrr.Rllft: Ir: ';,m .f r.tl t.O( ,:'r..i f. rn #h 1\t lf:

of all the home games courtesy of Walker's JOclry One bill a 'Roaring Twenties" party is. lOTS rnovTt ni "MCIHRIIIIM nl 'UIO.t wIll hold e ptsbiir h.1. ( 101 h. CII" H.IL LI. u..lm..llnll'pl. .
for In members. I Scooter Collide 0K HlltH'Tl: : ..... tI..n Inl..n"." .pp.np.I.I ........ r", IhA fl.,... lpa..r ..... ('lIy
will have A. redeemable merchandise credit humhcr, Supfiort the tn CM* of lota ..hlc'" akutttour. 11t1tL.1 o t,. I d "dl..p Sept mh $0 : di b ally
'1IChtiolJ and Trger team by attending the There will be prizes given tor lb anon, .:irrwt. a front es-lisp: upon nba Apprtprtalloo I Orsllfltllrn for said. fuss-hi: ;..: AfT and
'Pntel. the most authentic coMumes and FIlE I Tommy Wyatt son of Mr. and yard ,nhnil and each 1511 toqisiPedOnas'hstrr.l front yard ahallfarm all .....oon. are Invllpd In b. 5'rreest.fl,C b. baud' upon urh "o..ht..m.

dunces of the era. I I LAWWalk I Mn. Tom Wyatt of Jensen Beach! ..... to received a leg injury Wednesday (nulrrmrnta of the lonlnir dl. : AI'I'ROPIIUTl FOR F.It"L 'reiss 1..4.IMSAmtrVI8TRATIOV
A local barber shop quartet will tries In whIch the l lot la Inputrd.
morning when his motor scooter In Ih'* cap of a plait'd. :
be and :
on hund for entertainment
lot of rrrord p.p.pdlnrr the daloSf ,
also there will be a llin,- -Iona. i on left and don't hitch and an auto collided at Ocean .lonlnv, th* front y M art Mty PommlMlon tI nl .%. .. .t .,JM
A buffet dinner is planned from rides-Chief of Police Jesse Taylor Breeze Park, and State Road 707. on the lonurr 'lot line Oily i VimmlMlon n.xp. ...t. ...: ,;:<. .. .:.*:. : lino:00
Driver of the auto was HelenK. .h.1I hp the m..lmllm pnselbtathnt City Manawer ) ,.. ...,.. .. .... .) ..*.. 1O.'liS2J!!
7, to 10 p.m. : of Stuart say. it's the law. will permil" Ps', ,.ouhle Is., (' ty .Manager -xtP..: ..,> ..{... ... ;. .el..nu.. .. < OJJ:
ARE YOU THROWING AH members are urged to dig It reads as follows: "Pede lri.ani Mast of Ocean Breeze Park. nf .the lot for bssllstlnb .tWpOnee.In City Herk .. .*!..o.62
I Mn. Mast told Deputy Sheriff es-see or dlssnprccm.ol, Municipal Judge Nal 1,4..0.00
walking th* Kanlna Board of Appoala.
Olty Attorney Fee -. I.ono.oo
along a street or Gerald Brown she stopped and shall de.'t.t.. Hl.lir. p. Pal .. 4tit.M, G.OR8
looked before she pulled into State : : ::: Alln.. .......it,.. .,4.i **. :* *In.. .J2<": "g gf..hl..r.'k

YOUR MONEY AWAY ? ? Ray Cooke Heads sidewalks roadway where Road 707 but didn't see the ip to.an attend r: :r'\--d.'\ :::: are toned. noakkrrpor Sal.dL' IH.> .. .u.ses-.n...,.n..,W....r......."hsnu s. *470.00 01.00

are proaching motor scooter. tinted thi* flat day *f .gi>pl ember Clerk PsI L )> ....,.oAnhofln .:::r.r.b: ::: : :?
not provided 1 tn"TN ,H.cr*(.rr Pol..n. ..,.. ,"....<...,t.4 ..... 8,807.20
Nominee List in UfUL: son .:RTI.J<:"K T t'ctt'WrTl't5A7tNlNii Tax AimoMor .....o.fl.o. .>toast .. 180000
I ha" walk n ANf> ZOMVOCOMMIMXIOfJ Tux Assessor Car Allowance n., ,..... ... .....i.t. 600.00

7 left side of the Bids NOTK will bo TO received 1I1"Itr.H.until I By JOHKI'II ". OH EEN LICKS, Told..h) .,'... ...*nsois.s. .145,06613
Postal and Express Money Chamber Election I street or roadway p."'. Monday Nov I, 1M... at the ATTFdTCha"ma' *
fflrea. of the Martin Fair : OENERAti OOVEnXMEiITt: .
.. facing approaching Aaowlatlon of Martin County County, Flor MARIE It. OEI.fE1"l'. $.mt..r t ..* ..MV
Orders cost a minimum of tea!. ida, at lbs Martin County Agricultural l'1Ih.: Sopttt. 1044 rroff> lonal ServIces ..,e..s.1111 >. ,. .., ...I JliooooInmiranc
The ilate of off en which will Center Martin County. rlu.l.d. ...,.i. ..::,:? ,.M .. I:noil:on
i be at the 10 election fic. No person .., for I hCCoflntrtirIflofofle.*. I.JoU'L: An'tr.h"IUJ'lfF.'IITIInTl O.A.1l.l..a..i ,.. .....eo.. .>t... DOIIOOnMlr
20 each proposed! am. 4 shall Hand I ins hlblt bulldln on th. falrgrounda < Hill 'iiI'; Ilcp.: .. .....: 1,000: :noffflro
cents '
01" PI IPiftIliStOTI
meeting of Stuart Chamber In Mirlln County, Florida. I Hnppii. .. iroin
for the of r) WHOM IT MAY CONCH:uvNOT1CB :
roadway purpose soliciting Hid hlanka will b 'I Office. Pnulpmrnt 1 MO 04
furnished by
of Commerce Monday! will be composed la hr.br lv.n that the f.io.:
Tans-u ... : :
a ride from the driver of any U )I. Johnaon "Heiretary, covering )Hoard of Count < ommlanlnnrra of on 3,700.50
of: lIsp ) Jniil'or' A Huppli'n ... liuOOO
.Iul.o..n' The bidder m"1 will .. .
vehicle. Martin County Florida .n.tlto
Ray Cooke for president; William private or furnish bank' draft hid bond In the certified amount of rhei Itt'k, : J'ublk. \ "In'\ tho hour lllltlm IMiilpmrat.' .E'p' .......i..uiPitbs..0..iIl..Ai..... 120000:l* :00

"PERSONAL" checking F Crary, first vice president; at the total. bid. .. n. "A"UPI'M. or m a,,' b.. bras-si thr.artrr nn WlMt-fllaDfouii. : ,. .... .a.eu..On..sy: .. ..... .< ..i.ti. 1/iOntO:
Mike second preti- CASES: turn: IN Hlicnt la to reject any (> .tnh..II.:I lfl<4 at the Martin County
Greene vice :
:.i.rw <
or all blda .t Individualmilli t ,In PKrlda. Total . .... ..iibn.o4..bi. ...eu.nt..tti.$13a1)O.t0t"tOt.Tc )
dent; and Don Bowtien treasurer. '" aa ahnwn on the bid. iciest lareaerved jo III.t.lalII :
amend the IIT Xonliur 1'
accounts from 10 fAnTMENT.:
cost cents to tu hold all bid. for ,
a perlot -
Directors on the slate are: Earl! (Chancery) uf so day to Its ntlrny u fellows,
prior maklnif
Dyer Ricou William L. Britten Whitfofd" Howard Duncan ,.. award"U R'I'-\t'OBn.FII01l: It m'nDi\i'io rblof Onlarr .." : .'....fl..o..uo.m.,.>*.a.meo. ..,....| llailin
15 cents check M Johnaon .Hcrrelriry Patrolmen mlarl 1(1( :r>no.(ID
Mr C M Walker lIst I'"WT
per Joe *.
Finlcy:, Claudie May Duncan divorce; Elton County Fair Aisoci. Oinbll- Kadlo' Oprratnr .. 160000
Robert r McRobert Herman Schwarz. ttln A. M E rBK-MITTKlH biplIsliop No Hi'hool 1 for ratrnlmrn . .. iliO: 0
hum. < atruclur, or
ifflc" Rxp< ... .. ... .
Keitz and Ed Hallicy. John Santarsic.ro vs. Faye June Urawer. 64Htuart. put' ;th.iof: : tthall bv vrrrtvd, far Earn* '. .. ...... .. ...... .. t noo 8ilOio oo

Most.1 .tpcr.cheekOrireguJar Ranks'II charge 10 cents of tented Greene The William by and nomination a Ed R.committee Hifbee Scott will in Robert compimd the be general pre.E. and Sunlarsicro,Henry et Crary al, CJrien quiet divorce title v.. ;Hourd Crary Crary,,A.Crary Crary Perry .,, I"r"b 1'TIIK I.IHL' Merlin$: rpt..1..f..IT.24.sun Cisunty cot.pn'rJuaMnT I.01"1',I.Florida 19114.: qtpe: 3a454"ppepwIt J.altrrwl. MoblU-hcun{'"'waror i'b'llF'apoiiriod f.."r!piSsed'olhrr rArroiittiin teed* u.rld or than In..".Steed,<.wrlnltir.at.n,4 the o*: (er an follow'ing *laador 'per Inlsnr Jn"hattie SoIls-s Sri eon.""4'ar," P.o. f.w..*..*.)... ..:: :.:.:!! !!.....;1 11\\1..M.........i.....,.,...... ...... ...\11:.:.:...:!!:... .t.1.070.110 5,100.00 J,10000(00(11)Goflno(

.. membership meeting ar the and Crary. -*** di ISIS ill. I IRS lIT I. | f is'llille. . ,..4n.. ..-.. . . .l i :
** of Flint National .5 "U .'Olt 5. SIITIS "01 'liT'. I. 1'uhlli' and) nrlvnlc tllrra. dnrka
j community room Carlisle H. Luther vs. Ada Luther ." .IIIU'. ,. l's I It ."'.:H' and bunt.IlenrisEop rRm lp.nTJEST!: i ib'J : .
: checking; accounts Bank I divorce; T. C Honk vt,. JIIIfe 4. Xrr*.:oiy ::ICUSO C r atnutarraTimtnmarlly ereaa. ...

A powder wax has been found ( IP. MAItTIN ItM'NTV. I. Marlnia; .*..11.resistens-do.rnuntry. )'..'M Firemen . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. t,Ma.tin

1 l '. Asking Bids on that removes the protective wax a 1,'nll.d Xi*t.. corporation. I (. lyle.nd fratrrnal or community. Hub rntr Fir Volunteer* Hydrant Flremrn; Itental .. :::;::: ....i.:I.Ci;::!::::;,i,"..: :, Hi 2.000010:!!

OPEN''A' ClirCKINC ACCOUNT \'With US New Fair Building from the bodies or insect and Plaintiff t. Schools. ,oll.ca and chnrrhr' Fir Hnulfment Truck *Payment Htipplle. ,,.:::,.,..*, .,....W. *%,;H.....:::::". :."./\.. ti nnl**:t(

causes death by the evaporation l"OR'r.lnTO. a widow, 1 (nod'hIt deareeslol.r..t horn.*. no, nuralno MI.eell..npnu.. ... .. .... .. ...... .. ...............11..'... 00.00
AND Directors of the Martin of body water. Buildings treated *t al.I. .,.
SAVE THE.SE CHARGES: County with the dust are believed to be IVfondnnta r I. Itibllo I ntllltlra and publlohulldlnaa Total .. ... .... ..., ... ..,,. ............. ..-..127.1113 41
Fair Anoclatlon Informedat
: were
nf "t IT TPlIHMIIMH Hlnt.ris'al .
I,. muapuma or Undmarka
the meeting Monday, Sept. 21, permanently free of insects. : <1 "'IOIIT
COME IN AND QUALIFY FOR VOUFRF.E: that $9JX() ) In state mulching funds I.F.I'L: hiss "' ftti'iewsewt'<: : OK TIIK'Amll'A NAMH: OP TIIK sTATE .Stunt. nnrarl.. other, ...rion- tahoe .. ....... ..... ...5.500.011
have been allocated to the association TO: JOMVH, HOYD whose rnld..nr. :5dtT5) acrlrultural .lIwl.tiP. I Truik. kVpenao'; ; : :: : :: : ::::::.,:,... ...:::::::::... .;:. 4: :OK
sjorHW or PiNiiO5IM5I5O' and addrmia la unknown.Tnu 'tlupptt . . .... .... .. .400aS.a. ...... ...... ., .., Innoo
CHECKING ACCOUNT to conitruct I new exhibit TOUH> CIISCKHX: : John M.' Floyd, am hereby a ?tt'.Qt'tilEnI. Mlacrllaneoii .. .. ....u.,.,,... .,.,.. .... . ._...500.010)
.' building eliminating the need for ( OMI.ltpy) riven; that the nollflod that a romplnlnt. to fn..... t-trI:: 'lo. ehallhe '
L M. auoclation Mi.ard of County ,':.ffisnIaInm'a of Hoar a mortitair on the fnllowlnt I.urrnunds'sl b. a b'tfec Told .. . ............ .. .. ....,.......,. .U .SOO.OO"Tlttm't'
We Pay AH Poaluft I tent. Johnson Miirlln,: County. Florida' will rundurla drairlbrd property, towit.tho al rip at tenet JS feet III dt-pih
secretary, reported to the group l-ublln 1 Hearlnr at the hour of on Ih* aide., provided' boa

following his return from Tall*. so th: *, A.M. or aa b moo* heard thereafter on Orto.an .iteplentep,r at Bnuthoaiit I 'Is Nnthw.nt.oro.rs yuar. eve", that no d.r. reap buffer ... ..... ..................... .......... ...,in imno
la .
S r.t\Pr\ Minis 5ep inf impaIred .. ., ...,, ,,,....,. .. ... '
hiHAce where he met with offl- her the Cnimly or Houthia Utiarl *r ofKrrllnn ......II..hnm. .u\v., ::1":; .r."I.arI aft
Courthou. I In, Mliiart' rlnrlda, la a", T jaonl. ;. SupplIes ,,, 1.0,sl..t::...::::: .;::::: ::: n'J.Kanlpnimt :.)
: glut Bank lltulinnlcwn. dale allocating I the 'nvmey. amend Ih* Martin. Cnimly Miihdlvlalon ltccg.| : 41 Eon-, nl'h''I'f:! :: : ansi lona or It mohllvhom foot aid' ) parka .I..un.L" .. ".." .."..,............ ....... .. ... I.Inn.oo
ofINOIANTOWN Bids) are advcrtited for in this : : : RUlllnn I aa folioairlrllll.41 I Noillh Stoop' Ihe Went lIce nf buff:pnlr. roulrd when or rr the : I''P.. ..J"tI"! ............ .. .......... .. ... ..*
Street uaMa JIlSr!
flOHOA week's Stuart News; the specific ASirvilars, It 'I'll sn'iv old HoulhM.t' $ntsthc.nl Quartrr Qtiarlrr for of?tl the'I* rnobllrhom joIns' a rommrrlal.ubdl.'or.'..*Induairlal ad-- Mlors'lltS.aua' : : .::::: ::: .::::!.".!..*.!!:.,:;:!...." ":" !:: ..loflB:*
lion be picked shortly l'U"1" U 111)1\ I"Iet5 (sot In tha point er place of
may up ""
from Johnwn at his office in the : .bralnnln. ftuffrra dlatrirt.t shotS. b* nnnmupld' Tsul . .. ... .. . .... .. ...-"- '. 37THVlf ."

agricultural\ building 0 n AlA. I. 1I1':1nl"1II': I UTUIII: Th.n. tcnntlnots Smith .Ion. rpt, ranala.for underrround dl rha, I landraplna willItlra -- DPrARTMRNTl

Bid will be opened at the Nov. 2 A. Wher It I. propnued to ua. I.h. Went QtIart.r line of 01 the I h..tOastS"South.east aspIJUrtn .. ;, prnnlttd' alma. ... tAhoe ........... ... ......"...... !
tranc arnamrntatlon.c. !
of Truck 'FVpeBai''li"'m! ..... ; "If.t'U'|!
meeting the anoclation' method other than centralaewar ( of SortIno nS for TI .
-' --- '. .. .. .- -. "" dlapoaal and waterayatemat fees a point; sheds-. PiflC.P4 VTIMTHWI, Traah Truck. .... .. .... ..."iM.Ma.IIII.JJJ.!".."..; I. no.n*
k m -------------1 idolS : rt.ht snel,. 5. paId ursjnnKn aupply and COtonll'.. l ltat.nlals sad. SIIPIIPIPI ............. ....,.....n-....... 1..n.oo f I
water rented w- ..IIe'ellsac'ns,. .. .. . ... ....... I
til ptibmlaaloii to Ih* Health Sent Inn 0' Ih. .IIlh..a ape '..*.lm.1 ayatera ..... ......on.. ........
hopartment and County Quarter of Southeast Qoat't.rfop'
Rnclneerlna. Iteparlnientof a dieloost.f: II* feet to Rronnrn: 51ECIIP1ATIOP4' Toui, .. ... .... ... ... ..... ..... .. .. ..........1.11 I
..lIot..I,,'" *n_lne. a paint Thence proceed North AREA MInImum of fir
Immediate Delivery from Stuart toe plana ahowlnir that on t line .parallel to the Went. cent 11: ) of arena land*area pr- PARK I"f.PAnTVF.'f': ,
round tabl llno of Ih Southeast
water Quarter
he maintained: at not can'Ivaa of DoMlheaiit guarter for a .dla.. n RRonRFn. ) AttIcA or BruntX tAhoe .... .. ... ... ............., ...'.. ........ .... n.
than Itkalsw flnl.h lane of Tl' feet lo a point.Th.nr .. : Th. minimum I area tob PItt's.7l.ierlsie. Sai.ny. i : i ; : :::::::::::: &Cii0.ett.s.: I.f107.a0 I
Supplies ; :
5u"f'il proceed Weal an a lln. developed. aa a Mobllehnm ...::::::: : :
-- DURING:- OUR tat .Uaed shall k* voodrlean that I. at runt ana lea t* th* bdlvMon. ahull' b! I* acre. tIiiitjn! .ti..t..... ............. I J-JSJXJ
., ."nl 11"1.. material' laat airlbed line for II* feet IlcIol. .. ...
: *
No marl 1. "'toe, mut'k. h..dr.'n.h t.. th. point. or plac of b.aln- F MIVIMTM I. vr STEP": Forty ((Al 's-s-tIck,.. E<""l I >> Sop> : ::: : : : :::::::::." : """::" ". 1,1010A:: /
'C ather. such Plni I.KHM! th. Urlt I* feet ... ) wr > .
AnniversarySALE l be t.d ,r.-I, ri of the above described. property.TVMtKTHMI feet in |widlIt o tk* m lot axr lln.d and M. rtrhtanrlea t.".ntaniiara prphaM' Wft.'rri. .. ..i1tj: ; .': :i.:.'::: ::::::; tsJ?,.", I
(a) Hunnilaalan of a ptsrtsed' : : WITH AH KAHR.MRNT fet. la total ...... Miaoellanea.. .. .us..., .npp.nto, W. .. .... .. .. .. MM? ,
water anal h'al* taken free, : f..r lep.,.. and eare.aover .
a well In the $uilIstiCr : .Heat lit feet of the Unlit b (I. SIl7ClMt ?( fAnIhie wtqslttsrs "Tout %.. ,....,*./*......:.. .. ... .... .. ..UI."I.rt
,. or .""d'wl.I"' withIn 411 It feet of the North S S, 11 lCn be measured front lhs propcrly -
a dlaianc acceptable feet of the .Unutheaat QuTOOKTIIKR .. .. Ito. 10 Ih. ........ ""II". RECREATION: PKPARTMKVTl

to the Health Department lIes-lIon.I ll.UIhs.eet$5. (Jiorlcp'. of paId lu.low..wall. 01' at..ot'' n'U..1 stropI. T*,lh Ceator fll,. Hal.rolohed .. ... ........ ..... .. ............. e...
Onfer I>lp. ..... ... .. ... ..
BWar It I* propod to .. ... .. ...... .....
Inntall a ,.renlra) water and/or wllh all atruclurea Front yard: II feetJHIde F
aewao tl!) Huhmlaaion dlapoaal to system th. Health: hereafter and Improvement oa acid 'land now and and I he. I: 1 yard yard: : I t feel Net Mtlnt: >*o.rd Itep.lr.Phnrrt4 Courts 't ::::: : :::::: :: ::.. :: .....::::::: .70 t." .so

I>ei>arlntent or acceptable fitly** ttaihed thereto and .. Nse atrik-tiir pr. Tennla. Court .. ...... ... ..- .... .."S'.. ......... .. '00,""*
plan, of the muter awlTr Ill rent*. 'laauea, proceed. and 11''l R thom II ahallb lt.nl. Park .....ilafteouV'llt ....... ....... ...... .,'". so
aewaodlap.mal uclwnwhlih profit actraln; : and arrru* I Ieas.4 wIthIn' >4 fart af ''111' .........h..S" ..'........ .... TI.,o.
OubtaDd..... ltY.'II". "'" shall Include the teem aald premlae: II':' which any nohllehont; lot. ) .. .. .... ........... ..
method of dlapoaal fwoSoeffluont. era Included within the for*
.11 thi. .* Obe.A.Yar aaleevent. Kin* .......Ipllon and th. ha- TAHD KVCIVUCHME: : : .Sire. 'Tettl ... ...... .. .. ... .. ... ..... ......... .. .I1J.I5TM
(t) final plan' and ... hereof Aloa all .
Buy now so you wmitniks approval number approval or t h CleanS, and electric l watr pa and., aeleht lures lea ar* loan eel ** ln4ie I.rncrnarhmenla. Advio'tl.Is.. ... . .... .... .... ...... .. .....?... .......... .... IMMPlannlna
all the mater .nd.., .ewa.. disposal other heatln ._11''... refrtatvrallnv ;
new program*. : system: by th* Florida lll'tlnst, plumblnc.ventllallnc. every required yard Ir.r.of : hoard .. . .. . .. .... .. ........... ............. ISIMl

NO CIt" llceno Mlai* Hoard I ram af He.lth.Martin; |>.....rpole. ...Irrlantlna.. .,.,'h'n.*, ana..ppllanc en tach.ansi a ab unobatraeied:va th* pretend from ta tb I** ...Bassist_, Lime. .* lot ...... ..... ......... ............,' Ilt41

CASH County. la cranttna oprat ; th prmlaalun proposed .. nance**.which fixture are*aw.... *.pu r. ..may rt.. phy, .xept er a* wthrrwia a* "hereinafter prmntdIn provided Water IMMI ..5....*.** .... .. ... ........................... ".114.1'

NEEDED Hattafartnri' aratem.tO aereement' be.Iween with hereafter, I a.rnn.a pertain to hi or pr.b.*mlML ll.ed, I.....the.I..m........In.. ahall rdlaace nd t apply.. Thi I. (Clcarett Tat non....: Prla' ft. tat ........".. .,..,..?.,.., tS.llil*

ih.. ard County th. ..Com.mlnaloner ....1.. even deUchcbl thotwh' they all *b*f which detachdor It hartlcullural arowtha. Doc PatiM Employ .. ... .. .. .......................... .. ??.?

It... AO Cfcanad higap.siI. TV J.t.IBdI CMMole Model TV with big "Iadl". .opec.....that.. .dlann a.*.soon! I I. la a.operation the. I In.lulled* hereby. shell aa rd brom ar.*or a whe pat* I. fVmlcea wttera" ,maV overhanti ajol project Paves |tad ntany Lot ('-... ". run. .... .. .. .. ... .. ............ ............ ... ,.,..,

.. SUU 4ncb. tWIll .......'". .... ....\ lIP all dli*eptl
only $*.S per monli19hch $12795. *.ly $10.00 month $21495 directed that. .11 Inla.....lbs* will.....1.be.. a has.. .ba requIred filed.acalnat. oerv*ya a .uy aad. you..faaw t Sr.I;:.ot-; ... twIce.anlinpa.,and play Tmma :Saw Ct,. C.... ...f..+ ......*..................,.......... ... WMH

: Portable. AH ( ....HI| ,....... TV *V19Inch 2MM* Compact All ('hIu1at1, nI.,.. maple. .)'.,.... ,>..<.>.....pl.'''' *oa or the pleadloa plalntifra: ta altar.the .."I.....=... fp..."t.1. ..&I' :.11
BiMtratrd. Ww IITM5, $164AA .r aukofajsy. low boy contort, $17495 C Alternative approvalroaatrurtlnn plan: approval Cr ni,..$071 MrRnbrta' dtnart. *Florida Ji>nnon and. I'.file(> aspo ... Counted trd.. be _... "II. 0.Ptt... .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .................... ..:.. 1wttntlrn

Only SI.De ,., asolith 'wa> 179.95. onl suo monthtllncll may aim. b* obtainedrrom th. .....1.... anawer *r. pleodiap.In. In rq frANTJ >.at Prairaaa ..... .... .... ... .. ............, .. ..',., '.
Ih ..
powerful 20.000 toll Martta iVunt\ th* office at the Olrk of she circuit I .. nosC'I: WALLS: PM ;| '
TVW.sSUtUS cbal.. Perts&Js permfial porrahlr Health department .If lh.uhdlvldr .> I .l"nurt *n oP ....,..... (he te,1t and wall Hted ae or withIn. Youth 4>.1." Repair* ... .... . .. .. .. .......... ..... a.....
brlZhIpklmaponser. Marlade* aaHtt.rarlorr day f ivtofcer. l*<4 It you fall' to 8 feet ..f lot lines shall ami *tcr04 -

Only >?.$' per month $147"5 PsyantySLsmoath $97 with a llrvaaed aar operamrla ..mnl I II. *takea.> M>. jHdimeal..aI.., ,UU k. default far the will t*!*be* that a earS b.4PII freu'.s Sf .1 e* b.c Wet = fv Vlr* IVinlpawat. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .......,..;., ,...*.

which oaks aperatnr. demanded,, 'I\\" :JlII'.I" Thin net ..eo.sl a ieiehi' .f I 1 eel IInsh. I New Bajwtpawal ... ....... ..... .. .. .... .. .... ...m1.4..
Sec. to In.t.ll and "* n the In TheHlu.rl .. when. ...,.. la a pe- 4
other models orate a water and'0. ..... S..., a ......"" .... BuMl.h, .
ft. rr
sale .
Many "I""I yard.S. 111*,*** Kf Jmp.' ,. .
| ,: .P.-.
... ..1.,._ .7.u5ks Wl, .. .d tat Olaarw.. Marlin ,'..... _..1.i. j
In the! .: ...., $.... Thy dn.. ...... a w*.k foe fowr a.ao.cto.liv. ......, P""O"\I" 111 sICilian. -.... ... JT4I. .... !rioe. ,A Ice. ........ ... test..
tIthe Pc.YP'l.'e'| .111,1V. npahs. I.. t'M MMdard* ant forta bernie
Sears Roebuck ... to ve" wbva r*.*. be I .. l4'sbR ant I"to"RW a. Preset. ....,..- ......"'|.....> (.hallerrdaoe metal Sepal .t_..; ..... ...... ..... . . ..' .",.
and Co. i omplle4 wrtk .va tho .han. .r'z. Clu. '1 da$ of ......... _", with slid Is pnoennnoPS .1I1.1t
h aa ...**...... I. elmeluded with th. "._ r>nrr antncv: Apwwrmunoxjlaiet '
""( > OTMT IIFtftTK c.-I. 5uSIivlrd ....Ie,_
Clerk *f Ih* Orvalt OartMaetta *a Naad* . . . . .. tiaitta
STUART SHOPPING CENTER All ....... ... partHm Ire lavltvdta 0f e'n.e'wh rtwrlda Alt .nta '"4)) ...*.. are lnr.4 natlr alea < beak r .. U
attend and b* ......... Ir ......11. M lEY.... I. attend and kar.. Ha Tat raaaMa :.j;:;.;.,. . . . m... <:
ruNTY: FREE PARKING: :- "tted'. 1 IS5 thi. Had. day .1 ...ptat.1 tn..aI' ,'sort l>epalv....."Clerk' ber Dated.. .....ISIS ...... day. .! ....*.. Hr'saeipaj .. ........ ... . . . :. : ... H****aaa;;

-- fYWwer: ? IHMHO .l1f'11'r.tt" A JOTaNMlXi It e'nrwi'n' v.0mmor 'no.1annwapa.s4.0..o..lSlSflpa. "
Phone AT 7.3373 ('hi t"fISt$5mNP'115II Alt.rn.vs. i for PlilalIfTml.neIBesldlap e.tnh1taeiOs.visPv.p
a. r P'P4vK A. WACUA.IPIALS .'t_ FHAXb A. WACHA.Ckalrwiaa lft ?1. CltAWDCM.
(11.1....." P. n. 8n. I.T I Clir laa.i.r
WairtT Florida.' Ink *Va.. *4. IM4
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STl'' ART (Florida) NEWS Thursday. September 24, 1964 7JCAN \ I



r ,:ores"' 'asqy JANET ANGELA StLES I-

Mrs. Janet AjuMl Sales fifty. SHOPPING i

j eight of SMt rant, dad at how SHOPPING DISCOUNT STORES '
; home 1h. '16' after
a brief tNneta. was a native CENTER
i t'L '/:' of Purl Awrtin, Mich; ., and a former CENTER
resident. of Port Lawderdale !before
Lu moving" ID ScwaVn Point ten years t

Mrs*, Salw attended St Mary
.- rpMcopul l Onirch in Stuart and th
,," was a member of the Stuart arden ;
Club. ,. i
S w She u survived by her husband
S. W. Sales of Scwails Point, hoursisters KIP Youmir TO A in met or unim
a >r Mrs Belle Waltmun of Port
Austin Mich., Mrs. Charlotte Bir-
-4 lliid don of Bad Axe Mith.. Mrs. C bar T1v
In William of Royal Oak Mich..
and Mr Etta Kielcv of Ithuca, +
N, Y w M I
Funeral. service were held' in All Metal' I Y i
40 John Funeral Home Chapel Mon- IRONING BOARD iI
diy Sept 21, at II am. with' the
Rev Arthur A. Smith rector of I
I Si Mary's episcopal Chunh. officiatmg .
Yented Kwfiire fur rmikr, raster,
,. Burial was in All Saints I
Cemetery Jensen Beach: mnmtlhrr Ironing artlon. Legs ad.

,VMHRS: MCOB ANDFRSKN: |lust| quirky and easily to ptwilkmdrslrrd. 'r I
Anders Jacob Andersen, eighty- I
/ .
Sturdy, long U-llng meld
died at
< eight of Port Salerno I Ii
... ,... I Martin Memorial Fliwpilal' on Wednesday ronstnuthm ( ompare at $6.9. "/\ .
,J..... ,I''' Stpt I Id after a brief illness ,
1 1J i
"' He was a native of Norwayand
.... a former resident of PhiluKIphia l
J J' .' .... fi; r POI,. before retiring to Port l ''i I

.: ; '. 1 ;J :, '" .. (" 1. Salerno several years ago
I He is survived by one lon Rag'
.' ""' !Y.J.. .J' .. ,... mar Andersen, and two sisters, Astrid HALFPRICE ;
all I of Iwo
;l.1 .t.I and Salver Norway
...; J <'.,... !! : nieces, Mrs E: Andersen and MnII .
;' 'f"\1 Mm of Brooklyn' N. V. and
// .' t fl f one nephew, H J. Johanscn of :
t .l >"#, I' Miuml
i Q'J... j#.. -Y Graveside services were conducted 1 :

WE CO, MOMMIE7 Susan and Eric Stemlc seem to he asking their mother, Mr. Duanejf.Stc'mle Tuesday,at Stpt Fern 22, Hilt at II Cemetery am. with, .w TOY SALE !

who I it showing them a picture of the Ken Hodge Marionettes Epsilon Zeta Chapter, Beta the Rev Donald H. Schroeder: ', '
Jilgma Phi, is sponsoring two performanace of The Gallant Tailor" by the Ken Hodge Marionettes pastor of Redeemer I-iithcran
*on Friday, Oct. 16 at the Julian D. Parker School at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m We're pretty sure Susan and hutch: officiating Johns I uneral
Eti can go-if only for Mommie to have a good excuse! to go tool! Home wa in charge of arrange A Tremendous Collection Of FAMOUS BRAND NAME TOYS At t

t.: menu l'

4 jjobe Sound PTA Planning Mrs. EnglandIs lance LANa Lee Wall I.FF.: WAI nineteen L of .: 50. % OFF List! Do Your Christmas Shopping Now And SAVE! i'

Indian Avenue, Stuart, victim of a
All Sales Final-No Refunds-No
Exciting Halloween Event Back Home drowning accident, died Sept 'Il. Exchanges-No Layaway : '

He was a native of Stuart and a FRIDAY $SATURDAY-Op Evenings 'Till 9.00tMlitcd''; Quantities/
graduate of Martin County High
e i first regular meeting of the carnival to be held at the elementary I School. Sfoel
|lobe Sound Parent Teacher Association school on Saturday Oct. 24, Liked Ha wan a member of the Young DESK SET Structo
[ was held Thursday, Sept beginning at S p.m. Thomas Beau- Republicans Club of Martin County Remco, "Empress"
ll7JTat' 7:30: p.m. with President ford and Delmar Beach will nerve Celestia England returned and a vice-president of that SCHOOL BUS
[Pete Hand in charge. Other offi- as co-chairmen. The costume parade last weekend to her home in organization He wa* a graduate of -
cars serving this year are Mrs. will begin at S:30 p.m. with I Martin's Mobile Homes Park. This the Florida Beauty AcauVmy in Ph..edt .... Sit .In*
[Ruth Shepherd, first vice president prizes being awarded for best cos summer, Mrs. England with Miss West Palm Beach, and a memberof lyh ei.a, .1.." ....,..... ..!. -J.-l l \
Mrs. Louise' Moon. tecreLtary tumes. The usual big attractionswill Helen Kenmson, also a residentof the First Baptist Church of nd.rt, plitwMi .'c. ,_. : -

and Mrs. James Holt, treasurer be held garnet and prizes, the park, went to Orono, Me, Stuart. Vt/5) ) I w ...rythl",' that Itn. '=::-- ,- __....
[ fish pond and cake walk I where Miss Kenmson attended the He is survived by his parents, I' t ttlsl't! r ....l.d. far'. fMM'i I.\-. 4y
I Everett Price, rriRtlpai of the Dinner will be served for everyone University of Maine for six weeks. Mr and Mrs. Roan Wall Jr.. and yOtt4// / .. 1 ".ff ..." '::!!J ttttlslh
[elementary school the with Mrs. Grace Presser She i* home economics teacher at two brothers. Michael James and ) c 4 =
[teachers and welcomed parents to chairman. The public is welcomeand Martin County High School. Roan L. Wall IV all of Stuart '' llwiNlSr ,
[the meeting urged to come and join the Miss England said the scenic Funeral service were held in' u.annUr
M John Veeck. whoherved as president fun. "Bring grandmaand grandpa beauty of Maine and the coastal! John Funeral Home' Chapel on rseyw
of the PTA for the past two I along, they will enjoy it, too," said inlands they\ visited was most enjoyable Monday, !cre: 21.!! at 3'p.T, Wtlh'the ,
years, was presented a past presi- President Hand.Following j Among the many high- Rev, Forrest Watkins, pastor w a Aa. ,i '2.48 j
dent's pin.Again I adjournment a social lights of their trip was a visit toQue"'C. of the First Baptist Church: of lilt =
this year exciting plans hour was held and refreshments Canada where they saw Stuart officiating) : Burial was in
Enre _being_made for the annual served.ITwoRepuhlican St. Ann't Cathedral Fn route home Fern Hill Cemetery Nationally. S.I4' ftr $4.00 1
Mrs. England Mopped off in Louisville
COLONFL K. 4.! ", "n E
Ky.. to visit with relatives,
Women Go to (then went to Marietta, Ga. to tee Edwin Searles While, fifty-nine, r
her daughter, Mrs. Paul Young and a retired lieutenant colonel who IP.w o v s rr yr qlw t
family, which include Mr. Eng served in World War II and the .H IDEAL "Howard Johiwon'' TEA SET
\ Meeting land three great-grandchildren, Korean Conflict, and was also with '
In Marietta Mrs England also the Central Bureau of Intelligence}I y Netlenelly' Advir.ra '
Mrs. J. W. Hussey! at state al- auditorium that it larger than the visited with Mrs. France Mc. died at his home In Peaceful: Val; 'I ....4 .h, 11,00it ,
ornate delegate, and Mrs. W. A. Cow Palace in San Francisco. Cluokey, who I.i well known in Icy Bcnnmgton, VI. last Satur a .,,,".....;. Itrvhre for
Gesner. president of the Republican Entertainment at the rally will Stuart having lived here with her 4 .linl.d.. ',1.". saps ..
Women Club of Martin be led by headlIner Many Robbin family for a number of yean. Her dale and Mn. Whit had been f ... ,s..r.. ..1......
[County, left Wednesday for LouisIvillc. of Grand Ole Opry fame Both friends will be happy to hear that winter residents of the Stuart area Nab .11I .,.... .1.... : :
Ky, to j join i 2.000other Senator Goldwater and Chairman she it greatly improved followinga since 1951, living first at Palm M. ..,kl..,. sewv, W .
[delegates at the thirteenth biennial Dean Burch of the Republican National heart attack.MART1V City and for the (past' two winterson sagf I bawl and. ... ,.,. :
[Convention of the National Federation ). Committee will address the Skyline Drive Jensen Beach ,. .I
of Republican Women. rally. MEMORIAL They operated the Peaceful Vat- ,
Highlight of the convention will Mrs. Dorothy A. EKlon of Delaware IKXSPirtLBirths ley Restaurant and Motel in Pow> .
i the Goldwatcr banquet and rally president of the National -Mr. and Mr. Charles mil. Conn, since 1948 ,
on Sept. 23 that Is i expected Federation has been nominated Jones a daughter Sept. 15, Mr Funeral services were In Ben- '
lo draw a capacity crowd of 18,000() for a second two-year term and and Mrs. Thomas Skinner a ton nhigtort and burial..* in Park $$5.95 Shark Racer $$4.95 :
jo Freedom Ha'l! in Louisville, an i* expected to be re-elected. Sept I II. Lawn. Cemetery.Colonel Frogman . . . n . ,

IMrs.[ Lindsey in AttendanceAt and Elsie Sept Carl Gross I5 Flenrikten-Admitted.Irene: ;Flaber Fmfly discharged, Frederick Runt!, center of Alfred, Mass.White and. Aug.was Annie 7,born 1905.. (in Leland a Wor-ton) High Spirits . . a 98c Scatter Gun I, . $$3.00 ,

and: Mrs Middleton Charles, Leona Jones. Williams, White University Fie was of graduated Massachusetts from the I In Etch-A-Sketch. . $$1.99 High Gear I I .' .. . $$1.99

!\ 'CPS Tryhards'MeetingMn. Sept. 16-Admitted, Frances 1921 with a BS degree He had
Oliver, Gladys McComb. and operated the Peaceful Valley Restaurant Doll Furniture $$1.99 Trans. Radio Kit $$3.95
Mary Karalunas; discharged Ellen since bit military retire-- . . ,
Barbara Ann
Lindsey! presS '
Burrows, Brenda ruth, Don- mem. He had also served a I ,
ident of the Stuart Chapter of the of each The '
| day May year. examination aU Boehme, Claudine Wacklme: Pownal town auditor.
1 National Secretaries Association, emphasize judgment' ,, i lie was a member of Bennmg- '
Hubert Dnche WIlliams
attended a "CPS Tryhard Sev understanding and administrative and Dorothy Phillip Virginia ton Post No. I II, American l- /::::; CANVAS CASUALS
sion" on Saturday, Sept. 19. j In ability pined through experience.To 17-Admitted.! James lion, and of ML Anthony Lodge,
Orlando. The meeting was held at I date there are 3,017 CPS lathe Haml Emily Sari, and Mamie IAAM. Bennington.Survivor ..rlndr.m. ;
[ the Downtowner Motor Inn. Secretaries United State For further information Gallon: discharged. Eleanor Proper I include hit wife, the
I from Gainesville Jack.anvilte for those interested ia and Wanda Ahrens.. former Alma White; a daughter,
I St Petersburg Stuart and this program call Mr. Holly Sept IS-Admitted, Sam Carter I Mix Harold Dorvy of Barre, .... ..", ., la' .....u.,
I Orlando were present Rains education chairman, Stuart Bernice Sanford. Mae niton, I Maw,: three grandchildren. Thomas e..I. haw .,rI.., nit......
During the morning the secrt- Chapter at AT 7-nl8l. Diane Robinson Eva Inglmg and Gail and David; two brother, )*
lance visited the Orlando Office Mrs. Thomas Skinner: discharged Raymond II White of Pownal and .. .., N.sI brill hunt....,. ff.

Supply Company and taw various Julius Graham. France Oliver. Ear I W. White of Watertown.Mas T..'.". Canvas appleara 1RANIf I4RW
films on cutting ttencih, operationof Nurses Met Edward Proiukka, and Easily *., and two sister, Mr. Mar. ...,1" .
l.ng ,
Hariy.ld ,
mimeograph machine, offset shad. (Hazel l) Lamphear of Ambers RADIO
and machine I KuSept Mat, and Mrs. Helen John-
printing presses azopraph! l -.Admrtted, Oifford *
*. Following the films there : At HospitalA Brtnkley, Winifred McAlpine, JoanFlrer ton of Pownal. HI-FI, TV
were demonstrations on these machines
and Arlie
and a discussion period. meeting of the Florida State charged. Clifford Uppmcott.Brink! ley, Paul ANDRtW!' : JOHNSON 1 1 AC PHONOTUBES

The group then attended a sessionat Nurse Association. District 42, Mispel. Joan Firer, Carl Hendrick- Andrew Johnson, trvemy-cfght. '
the Orlando Library where var- sass held on Sept 14 at 1 p.m. an lOa, Rtgnar FlMmo. Mary O Connor of All Willow Avenue Fort tN1'
ioua reference books were demonstrated the library of Martin Memorial VIcRM >4ontgamery and fierce, died Tuesday Sept. 22, Ire
and discussed Hospital Warren King. a Hollywood hospital. He wa t aed heewn A.y !%I l'e Any Type
Following luncheon. a cock Dr. James Kely tpole on electrocardiogram Sept 20- mitted. Ellen Hart "native of Norway and came to the
exam wa given and the rest of In relation to the Ronald McGee Grace Hunter, United Stale m I9S| Fie had .
the afternoon was spent gomg over I treatment and diagnosis of cardt- Pauline. Segna. a.v... Cluppcuta been a resident of the Fort Pierce\ 99c
the exam and discussing the ac disease. This wa followed by and.' Shirley Juckett. discharged area for the past fifty year Men's BM-LON STRETCH SOCKS
answer t question( and answer discussion Winifred McAlpine. Patriela i l If. ... a member of the Nor a .
The program for ectiIiedpro. period. Sloan, and Margaret Mc< ia ta. went* Lutheran ('bure''". t u.a r r,". tab.. a
featunal tecretarie (CPS) which the Sept. 21-Adradtasi. Emily Wi- Fie .It survived tnr his wife Jo U..lc.... f.r c..frff,.,....,..c. i

was proposed and adopted at the ; Florida Delegate Nurse are Ktuig Association sent to convention ley. Betty Baker Fad Oatman, aim* fonnsni. of Fort Picrcr and .... won,. c........ f,.. r wll /.
first<< NSA convention m 1946 bat Mtlitsa Brady, rwdd Coarse John Iwo cia"...... Mr. Harry E. Put.
since become a department of fai Jacksonville this,;Oct district I)- Larch and C'Iaartc.1"Ia u4*; Mr of Rochelle. Park Nf ,., and /l ...*.....t .f y*,.1., .*..".. Our
NSA known the Instrtut for 16. Attending from George Pawls, Margaret Mr. .1.( In .. h...
a* will b Mrs. Sara Tamon. Mrs. cnarged. Stanley Young of Tort Plcro, MH' ***. ., .
Certifying Secretaries The purpose Davit and Robert Pike. and one grandson.Funeral ,
Mary Pena Mrs. Margaret Miller
of the htstitale M to the
promote and Mrs. AJda t CaMdy, who RM.CI-UI'PS AntiILT arrangement are l I.dIer la
designation of CPS a* recognized &
wiO FOR WJ>DAr John* Funeral Home
standard of proficieMy M
regular mouthy Mvd announced.Mr. .
the secretarial profession, to gam The next meeting The Palm. City Atembly of God -- -
recognition lot secretaries by furthering wilt N held at the home ofMrs. Church sal be the scene Sunday, and Mrs. A. II. gigga of .IN Icel... 1
their educational and professional Timon, prewdeot Ia1NneN
Fort Pierce dinner
status and to broaden A picnic tapper will be followed "satsurtittlpe.pad .,. ewirins of Captain pestsSi and ra.rli.M M ,

the scope of secretarial training to by convcaoon report : *. The- Mr. K. Von Jourdaa at their. --it.
meet the need of top-level seer* i' MWtt ... Norman Avenue.Aa .h+. .uuM.r
Aral poMMna.. MM Elk Carter of Fort Pierce vitle.A "
CPS cml cat OG ia given on tpcot last weekend her wads IaervaNtparents ram twt weigliMg ba dada electric wee for household
the b*_ of a vfart examination Mr and Mr*. Ralpft on* pound M washable and dry ob- bas a prrwure-trMitiv* ado -
given on the tint Friday and Saute r-Frt'(, South Federal Highway 1 ckanaMe. I 1IniY. tie 'back


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8-4 HIE STt ART (Fla.) NEWS Thumb September 24, 1964

j Palm Beach County Attempt to Stop

ai Lake Division Going to High Court

A suit by Palm Beach County
you'd rt to reverse a Legislative act: splitting mediately vowed they would take books-which it i issued a year ago
Lake Okeechobee between
in what was an obvious move to
v five counties: including Martin the case to the U S. Supreme .
Court before accepting defeat I tie up the gas tax funds for twenty
like has by-passed the District Court years to stymie an unfavorable
of Appeals and is now to \go before In his ruling Judge Willis stated decision.
the Florida Supreme Court. that the revenues from the
I Gasoline tax revenue is allocat.
*o know The latest news in the case that lake Beach will continue to go to Palm ed to Florida counties as secondary
County exactly as previously
I may eventually go to the United road funds based on population .
allocated until the county's cur
States Supreme Court was announced -
area and miles of paved roads.
by Commission Chair. rent road building bond issues are
The Dairy Council of County
t Frank Wacha repaid which will be 1983 Palm
man at a meeting
South Florida b proudto Tuesday. i Beach County has a $15.000,000 Most! fruits and vegetables depend

present Certificate of The notice of the future court road and bridge bond issue on its on bees for pollination.NOTICE .

Merit Award. la then I action came in a request by Attorneys I
deserving young people Willard and Ayers, who.
are handling the case for the four
.,.for outstanding small counties that the commission I
oct vHl i and exemplary I advance $50750 in fees so they

leadership honoring both I could prepare a defense in the !

family and community.CHRISTOPHER Supreme Court The commission
approved the request.
I Wacha reported that the Florida

;, District Court at Lakeland had
directly transferred the case to the
be advised that
l Public our
highest state court without a ruling
Wacha said fees to be paid by
Sales Manager
other counties were: Glades
$1.247.50; Hendry $ISO; and
Okeechobee $615.
', .....,. ..: #1.---. --- -1-...;4.... :AL. .J..J In 1963 the state legislature split Jack WoollardIS
the lake between the five counties
..J ALL EYES GO SKYWARD as the mercury vapor light go on John Ball representing' the general contractors for the four-laning, Prior to that time it was claimedby

along Stuart' 'Great White Way', the new four-lancd U S. I, Dickenon: Inc.. Commissioner Arthur E Sims City Manager Joe : Palm Beach County and gasoline
PERRY after the offciul "'switcrung-on ceremony' Monday night of the Crowdcr Commissioner Dan McClure, Mayor Ray Cooke Vice I tax money based on the lake area

$38,000 project, the cost of which was borne by Florida Power Mayor Bill Todt and John M. Law Jr., Stuart district manager went to Palm Beach County NOT EMPLOYEDBY
Catching a sallflshla and Light Co. Left to right are: Commissioner Jack M. Hartman, of the utility company, Palm Beach County sued to nullify
probably I fisherman the split, but on July 9 Leon
'I mom thrilling County Circuit Judge Ben Willis THIS COMPANY
experience. But on upheld the constitutionality of the
his first ocean fishIng I No Defections to Republicans Admitted on Committee Level I act passed by the Legislature Palm

: trip Thus must Beach County commissioners: im-

I be for earlier be caught Chrli'fishing this lucky the, summer line largest I year I Democrats Gird for Battle ; Loyal to TicketThe HELP Hart's Mobile HomeSALES

rainbow trout on record
at the northern Martin County Democrats STOP'I

I honed lake where He i Js be a vaca.I tenth. Executive all Democratic Committee candidates has endorsed on ordinator (or Senator Spessard The headquarters was moved I building that was used during the 809 S. FEDERAL II1C11MAY, STUART

grader at Admiral Holland. across the street because of extensive .I primary. New telephone number WOODS OUR ONLY LOCATION
the local, state and national level, Working as coordinators of the (Tfl1S IS )
remodeling being done to the ?
Farragut Academy, : is 287-4746. _
and will be out working for their campaign of Congressman Paul .
St. peterabura.r .
election. Rogers are William Scott, chair.
This was reported this week by man and State Representative Wil. ti's't.Rd.A.M
Edward T. Murray, chairman of liam E. Owens, vice chairman.
the Martin County committee.. Coordinators for the local cam-
Murray reported there were no paige of gubernatorial candidatelfaydon I 4
1 defections in the committee to the Burns are Roscoe Rollin.,
n Republican party. Only two committeemen chairman; Charles '
were absent chairman, and Robert ,
There were no defections, and secretary-treasurer.
we gave everyone an opportunity Coordinators for State Senator
to express himself on the subject Irlo Branson are Ralph Hartman
) I feel we are all of one chairman, and Jerry Smith, vice
PAUL mind and will do our best to elect chairman.
MARTINA Democrats this fall," Murray de Helping with the campaign of
clared.Besides. local candidates will be the executive +' 'mt k. 'aSnMe b s t'f t r
sixth at --
grader Chairman Murray the committee. The candidates
Rosewood received School committee" Is composed of Sarah are: Isabel Evan.candidate, for
Paul an
award for being the Woods, vice chairman; Mrs. William registrar; Jack Saundcrson, candidate
only ohDd attending St. Clair, secretary-treasurer, for county commissioner: ,
p both Saturday and and fifteen precinct members. District 3 and Joseph GrcerUeci,
Sunday claifci at St. Murray also! reported the assignment candidate for member of the
Helen's Sunday of co-ordinators for the Board of Public Instruction, District
School for the entire various candidates for the Nov. 2.Murrsv. I
year He lui also ) election also reported t that TOTAL eReQR M/NCJ rose GAUUCIK
just completed hli Coordinators for President Lyn county bcmocratic headquarters "500 LIB 4-OOOft HARDTOP
second year In Little don Johnson! and vies presidential during the remainder of the campaign '
League Baseball, and candidate, Hubert Humphrey, are will be located In a.house Now look into the worldsT
has been a key nan County Commissioner Frank Wa- trailer on the old A&P parking many
In keeping the teamplrlt cba, chairman, and Paul Bryant, lot at the Interjection of East '. '
hln" vice chairman. Ocean Boulevard and Flaglcr Ave- ,

Evans Crary Jr. is_county co- nun ('
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6 Senator Condemns ; ".\
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Congress In Book

New books at Martin County

Public Library Include: ment from discovery to the pies ,
PETERBORDONALI "La Legion!" (The French Foreign ent day, emphasizing social and

Legion and the men who economic affairs,. rather than political
In the five years made it famous,) by Geoffrey Bocca. events."hove .
Peter her been The French: Foreign Legion On a Leash by Kurt THI TOTAl n 'aRM Apg
of Total Performance for'65
sixteen after MUSTANG tttbest
studying the getter was organued years Unkclback.:A'whtyaccount of the
the battle of Waterloo by Louis
he has played with dog's life of a man married to a
the Indian River Con Philippe with the idea of removing dog nut. _
cert Orchestra,' tile from the streets of Paris the aTho House of llapsburg; Six
of Miami poverty stricken and desperate'
University Hundred Years of European Dynasty
Orchestra and at the veterans who had fought under ,.' by Wanda Wandruuka A
Miami Beach Con the Lmpire and the Republic The brief and colorful history of Eur
ventlon Han. KecenUly men who could: volunteer under ores leading dynasty from I its
be has bee Invited any name they wished! and no founder, Rudolph I, through
to appear before questions asked. were recruited "to" Charles I, on whose empire the
the Musician fight for France but never 0 n sun never set; Maria Theresa the
Board In Miami, French sal This book U the story mother of Marie Antoinette; to
probably the greatest of the hundred odd years when Francis Joseph, the last monarch
honor of all He Is an the Legion was the most romantic of the old school and the unhappy
eighth grader at St. band of fighting men in history Chiirles who was deposed after
luck County Junior "The Gentle Gunman" by MM VVorkl War I J. a conflict which was
High School Brand. Hits the trail of the ban started by the assassination of a

Join w,won't yov dit and forces the eventual show Hapoburg Crown Prince.
wn."Conlll'eM, Von Ryan's Express by David
In honoring these foe "
: The Sapless Branch, Westheimer. After Colonel Ryan
young people.. by Senator Joseph S Clark; The had been in the Italian prison THI T0TA ttHOlllIiIAg
and the hundreds like dilatoriness of Congress in the camp a while the men shaved ,.KUNC .00 SKMTt court
last two sessions has brought fortha wore uniforms, and looked like
them..,who !
are Ford
our to
spate of books on that branch soldiers but lacy dubbed him Von year yet go
hope and our country'snope of the government In this one, Ryan. They changed however
for the future.SOUTH the senator front Pennsylvania contends when he planned and earned out k:

that the afford American a Legislature people I can a prison break and a wild trip to From a new resemble key to a brand-new quietest rule em. New wider! tread, new spaciousness handsomer, better buys than ever A livelier
no longer freedom in a stolen train..
re /ifl'fleJlule which acts as a road block: to luxury series, the'65 Fonts are so new you just : ,new Big Six engine. smoother new Six-2 hotter V-8 options 3-
progress in both domestic and foreign I A survey-te has,concluded have; to see them for yourself New "cool world of Mustang fastback speed Cruiae0.Mstit optional.

affairs. a two-year study of the 430.000 New world of elegance 17 solid, quiet 2+2 joins the Hardtop and Convertible. New world of economy..I IS Falcons with up
Little Man John 000 volume Library of Congress
Han the by
Creasy. ,Superintendent 11.01Wellt to determine practical means of Fords Including a new super luxury scries- Many luxuries standard.New options include to 15%greater fuel economy as a new livelier

of Scotland Yard moves in to solve applying automation to this or any the:!Ll:, D 2- and 4Door I lardtops. New body, front due brakes. Six teams with optional speed Cruue-O-

a series of shop robberies which other Large library fiaiue.! and suspensions give the smoothest. New world of value' .e S Fairlancs. bigger. Marie New battaJ-NYincaltunator.

ended In a murder.
You Only Live Twice" by Ian I \SmoJsty Saytt Best year yet to jplvnl! .
Fleming. James Bond of Her TNa TlUL +III'tItIlilAOIIt
Majesty's Secret Service sick with 'AIcoN Iurus I TcstDriivToulRrfonrwee $5FORD
grief over the loss of his beautiful I
wife of a day, has just bungled Y
two assignments. He must make lrIr
good on this vital mission to Japan 'I
or his career will l be finished
I l =; '" This I Is the setting for the hut of

l' Mr. Fleming's books-ine finaladventure 'K.
of James Bond.
dirycvHdl "Water and Life," by Louis and s 5rANa'' cake J"AIIII.MC'fORO.nlaamFuaespeewrerevs
Margery Milne An interesting ac, --.,.- .M
nwo i _
of -J .news 1eae e seees see
count the importance of waterto

L all life and a soK.mo warning SF.R T1IEM "T0t.'R JSHGIWOJUIOOD FORD DCAUJfS nuD.1 .\\'.
against failure to appreciate the
necessity of using fresh water '1 MOTORS ".'I'I

Cm a.".'Jot Street "Argentina. A City and A Nation hswI I 115 I S. Federal IHk"ay St-rt, rtsvUafJd
... f1arI4a "
by James R. Scobie. A general
L r survey of Argentina develop I resist> Ira tot to a* .


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SI I ART (Tlorlda) NEWS Thursday September 24, 1)64 1-B *

I Engineers Enlarge Channel for Safer Saint Lucie Inlet j }

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Work to Be Done! Instead of just a flu-foot channel Wacha. chairman of the County feet have created I a dangerous sit I "Aeher factor contributing to the !spoil urea required bur dis- I iliiion m >onr channel I or a member ified all of the factor concerning 1 f.
100 feet wide leading down Commission, who was abo on the uation for boat traffic: entering this the *M>.. throughout this area is I portal l of dredged material. ol l my staff will discuss this this project, but should you require -
: Where It Will Do from the Inttacoastal Waterwayto inspection trip on Saturday channel a laek of proper channel mark- "This dredging proposed and I i project with you upon comple any additional information
I the government cut at the inlet, Sept. 5. "To minimise the dang at the I ers.' W> are exploring the possibility proper markup ot t the channel I tion. feel free to call on me or my staff
The Most Good the Corps now proposes to fullydig "I I was plowed at the opportunity transition! point, we propose to excavate of providing them with the should relieve Uie! dangerous con- "I 1 hope that my dticussion' clar- at any time"
i out the cut to its project' depthof ," he wrote, "to discuss this i this connecting channel to I Coast Guard and hope to have --.------ --
There will be no necessity for ten feet with a one-foot over project with you Conjjressman! I 200 feet immediately west of the the marling improved by the time Professional
draught for its entire length of Rogers, and many of your people present Federal project and to the Channel excavation m com Be Beautiful for Fall
dredging the connecting channelto 730 feet and width of 200 feet at a public hearing and to visit the I gradually reduce it to a 100-foot I pleted. W* advertised this projecton Hearing Aid Service w- l With New Style from
the inlet, and practically all boat. Sept. 19 and will bide a
Then Instead of abruptly connecting problem area by width. Likewise, in addition to excavating open( ;
the funds will be spent to make with the shallower, narrower "As discussed with you and the present :200! by 750- on Oct. 13. Construction should
the channel deeper and safer at the channel, an additional funnel. others present, the chief problem'area '' foot project to its full depth of tee I start shortly thereafter and shouldbe Certified Hearing Aid PARK PLAZA
inlet, it was announced Tuesday.The shaped channel 200-fect wide and is immediately west of the' feet and one-foot allowable over- completed in forty-five days or Auelloinglst,
U. S. Engineer Corps, voluntarily seven feet deep with one-foot ov present 750-foot length Federal I' depth, we will excavate a channel less. This schedule: 'is dependent .
as the result of an onsite -I er-depth will gradually slope into I project. This project still has a ,, immediately west of this projectto on early recept of assurances and Specialists in Quality Hearing I BEAUTY SALON
Inspection made by ColonelH. the narrower channel to the west ,, minimum depth of eight feet, but a depth c: seven feet with a Aids, Batteries Ear Molds andRepair 7-2838
R. Purfilt with Congressman I which will be seven feet deep immediately west of thia project one-foot allowable over-depth. By of All Makes. 3IT W. OCEAN BLVD. At
Paul G. Rogers and a County Commission (really eight) all the way from the shoaling has reduced the depth to relocating some of the channel VACATION K.Yu: :''r 50(5 N. 7th Street Fort Pierce OWNER GEORGIA HARD"UKOPERYlORl '
group, is going to alter Intracoasul to the inlet. a minimum of four feet. This shoaling markers slightly, the balance of Mr. and Mrs. James Garvey of ((1 Block N. of I fire Station) : BARBARA IILMI.IlRICEPIIONISH 1 ::
its plan at St. Lucie Inlet to make Colonel Parfitt announced the and sudden reduction t of channel the connecting channel will havea Krueger Estates are vacationing in HOward 1.3035 ;
the inlet safer, new plan in a letter to Frank A. width from :100 feet to 100 depth of 7 feet or deeper... Miami and Key West !itl1.qUkJr':: ; :: nmvE HAW'lCK
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I 2.B UtE STUART (Ha.) NEWS ..
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-- Thanrday, September... 14, 196.... Rental Units

lias St. Jos Ac/J/I/tpJJll$' I 9'C .NEWSOffice Plans for Coming Show Big Gain

The St. Joseph Guild held its AT MARY At Recent Meet Woman Club Rp ...tl. accommodations m Flo
Society i T1 litor
"monthly card party' at the ida for tourists and residents
unity room in the First National com sT1eNIpaN <7,< "-",....',,,...,-, ..),..."w, ..._ /'''''"..,....,'- .. increased I 13 per cent in numb ha\,
H.II1 tniildhw on Sept. 17. Mrs Plans for the coming year were during the past five Years. ih
Olin Booth mw efatrman and Mrs : the subject of discussion at the federation contest including arts formed Woman Club of Stuart Florida State Chamber of Cm
I Jward Larkin, Mn Margie Pine E'.. ":. 6.' Y regular business meeting of t h eWoman's immediately mere pointed out
M.s, Helen. .. W .t I crafts honor score and community choral group was held -
Rwlloy. .n. Hank ; ; Club of Stuart held on after the conclusion of the "It wt.oiPt five years ago th
Spillcr and Mrs Catherine Allen ; Wednesday. Sept. 16. improvement competitions. that the Florida Hotel
.. under the direction and Ri
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:1 misted'J door The senior members will
winners Join
prize ; A dessert card party is schad: of Mn H W. Newsome. tauraot Commwwon wisely bcga
were Mrs Harold Carpenter, Mrs.t M.ttL. se tied tor Wedawfey Oct 7. Mrs with the members of the JWl OI'Womall' Members interested in joining this, reporting numbers of rental uni
I H. WhhfiaU. Mrs Freda .3 J. M HeDpeiMt !U] will be chairmanof t in hotels
Schlimm. Club in a "Day in Court. group, which will be featured on rather than rooms mi
Mn Margie Pine, Mrs this event, which will be held tentatively arranged for next February several programs during the club lets apartment houses and roon
< irl H. Turner, Mn.
Mrs Helen Shomer s. Niefjcmd at I p.m. at the clubhouse year, should call Mrs Newsome' ing houses The rental Unit breaV
card will be The nut Mrs Joseph Jarrell. cochairman The first rehearsal of the newly AT 7-5137. I down i is a more realistic mca ur
After party held Oct. IS. ,l r rI of the Feb 20, 1965, bazaar, of the accommodations .bu ine'
January, the card parties
in state
wiN be held in the evening. I to reported the recent an enthusiastic newsletter issued response by! Sims-McCully Marriage Rites "The the net number of rental unit
The St. Joseph' Guild and the \the committee Letters offering totaled 475.221 I as of July 1 th
Confraternity of Christian Moth. assistance have been received : This ill the figure which
year gair
en held its regular monthly meet. 4iFI Tom members now vacationing in I Set at Jupiter Church Oct. 3 ed 13 Per cent during the tiv
ing on Sept. 15. Mrs Edward Kim various parts of the country Mrs.Lmdvley years
sella presided. Father 1
John ad-

N dimming displayed sam-
dressed the ladies. Plana were / of hand-made for the The engagement and approaching tion of Landscape Architects "Hotels accounted for 9M-i
made for the fall season' and\ the files toys marriage of Miss Harriet E. Her fiance is also a graduate of units, up 2 per cent; apartment'
hake sale and card parties are J i aRl Mn Sims and David A. McCully, son I the University of Florida and 217,0)5 units, up 33 per cent; me>
Vanderveer '
being held' again report. of Mr and Mn H L. McCully, holds a bachelor of science degree tels, 101,186 units, up 16 per cen
"Prizes have been purchased forth concerning Center the Pioneer Members Occupational Avon Park, has been announcedby in electrical engineering and master and rooming houses, 65,657 units
annual bazaar which sill! be ? ,Tt$ M have volunteered project. her parents, Mr and Mn A. of science degree in engineering down 7 per cent.
sew draperies
held in December. A bigger! and for the recreation ton and will: E. Sims, 818 Riverside Drive He f Is a member of Sigma Tau "The apartment figure does no
better I'I Mill Sims is of Martin and Tau Beta Pt honorary engineer I
bazaar with more attrac 1P continue to collect newspapers andmagames a graduate cover all condominium and co
lions is being planned for this year I for the center. I County High School and the lug fraternities, and the Instituteof operative structures, only thos..
Electrical and Electronics En
W University of Florida with a bach
I The Woman Club of Stuart units.ter ,
ilors architecture glncers. which rent one or more
won four award! at the 'last t yearly' I' degree in landscape
Preview Given convention of the Florida Federation She is a member of Gargoyle The ceremony will be Saturday,

Program BookThe of Women CJubs Plans honorary architectural Ira- Oct. 3, at 7:30( p.m. at the First with Dr George Hop ins of
were discussed: for entering ,news ternity and the Student Associa Southern Methodist Church, Jupi- ficiatmgMODEL .
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Scnfice of the First Methodist r "1
Church of Stuart was held on '
Tuesday morning. Sept 15, at j
10:30: At the church. The devo-
tionah. ; entitled The Life Within Ner -
," were given by Mrs. Pierce
Mizc f>he was assisted by Mrs r t ,,t i t
John' Ratmussen, Mrs Curtis
Wh i letr. Mn A O Pittman,
Mr*> Joseph Frills and Mrs Ralph

t..A frcvlcw of the new program 1 ..
hook for the coming year, Summortcd'to I ., '" 1 s.
;' a New Age 'was pr.

scntffl, :by Mrs. Joe Penrod, ,.
Tie next meeting will be on Leis ,
TUCJ' at ( a church with members of "irk
Ruth Circle acting as hostesses! r
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.?tr. and Mn Michael Harkjns iM
and their houseguesis, Mr. 'and 1 1AIR. .. >
Mrs -Yernon Doolittle of \lilts- ''

dale, ,N. J.t enj stay of i ,
era!' dm I at Miami Beach! last ,, 4 ,wd d Ie

week: di> V s't' -

;))Brownie Troop No. 79 will hold ,
its first t meeting of the season on HOME
Oct. J at the Redeemer Lutheran SALEat
Chufch from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Mothers LARRY WAYNE BROWN
are asked to attend this first Photo by Ruhnke
meeting Anyone who would like
further information may call Mn. Heger-Brown Wedding Held at Redeemer
t D. H. pore, AT 72498.

summer Al Gayner visiting, who relatives has spent and the Lutheran Church Here Saturday, Sept. 19 highly desirable

frieqds\ in the New England States, Candlelight/ and floral arrangements I
returned last week to Holiday
Tracer Park of white mums, gladioli, Tho bride, given in marriage Her
matching with
was worn<<
chrysanthemums and greenery by her father, wore a full.length
made a lovely letting in the than-; a wisp veil and her cortege was
I Mr and Mrs. Sam Sheldon, gown of pure silk organza over
who have pent the summer visiting eel of the Redeemer Lutheran bridal' satin. The: bodice feature of brown and yellow vanda relatives and friends In New Church for the wedding of Miss a yoke of French re-embroidered .
Jersey, returned the past! week to Patricia Elizabeth Heger and Larry : Alencon: lace adorned with tiny Carl Savage served as best man
their borne in Holiday Trailer Park Wayne Brown on Saturday aftmoon !seed pearls, scooped neckline and and Buddy Tillman lighted the
They were accompanied by Mrs. Sept. 19 The double-ring long tapered wrist-point sleeves candles preceding the service
Flora Austin who will, 'spend the ceremony was performed at 4'clock The full skirt gracefully '' 'I Mrs. Heger chose to wear for
winter Jere.Mr. by, the Rev Donald K Into a chapel train was accented tier daughter wedding a royal( blue
I Schroeder down each side of the front panel Swiss pacashan sheath-style dress
and Mrs. Archie' Strick I The bride is the daughter/ of with appliques ,of Attncon lace A with matching accessories and an IN THE CITY OF STUARTBrand
land ;entertained Saturday evening Mr and Mrs. William E Heger queen's crown of pearls' was worn orchid conagc
with a dinner party at their homeon I of Cocoanut Park and the bride- with her tiered veil of silk illusion Mrs. Taylor<< mother of the
Kripgcr Park way Guests were groom is the son of Mrs John L. and she carried a bridal bouquet bridpgroom, wore a beige lace new three bedroom, two bath homes that have been
Taylor, Cocoanut
Mr. .0.1 Mrs Gus Schlcsier and Park. of cattleya orchids, tuberoses and sheath.style dress with lime ,
Misj Diane Wilson LeMoyne Roll, organist, played lilies of the valley accessories Her corsage was green van ed as models in the very choice River Point community. These

Moving this past weekend from s program/ and of music were, escorted as guests assembled to Mn. Bern Rawlins was matronof da orchids lovely homes have central l heat and 'all interior ductwork. for cen.

Fort pierce to Stuart was Miss their places in the sanctuary by honor. She wore a street-length Following held the ceremony, a reception tral air-conditioning. Set on neatly landscaped plots,C they
was at the home of represent
Diane Wilson, who will reside usher Fredrick Tillman and Doss.aid gown fashioned of olivegreensheer values this
the bride Floral exceptional during sale. Four
parents. arrangements different models
at the Kubin Apartment She Is Kegley Nuptial marches were crepe designed' with pleated included are
laboratory technician" in the officeof played for the a lovely center- available with unusual features. We
Dr, John M. Cunsolus. I processional and collar gently curved at the front piece fashioned of mums, carnations many suggest you call us
ecessional I and cowled In back, and full skirt and greenery on tho brides soon and let our representative show you these fine homes.
table overlaid with a lace banquet
cloth. Following the traditional
cutting of the wedding cake by

I'm served the newlyweds.by the Misses refreshments Brenda were and<

? living "high LuAnn Sutton Mrs Thomas Briecctli. $

Mrs. Richard Gale MissConnie $18,500.
i7' Wood and Mr Richard
. Hare The
Jv guests were registered
a the by Miss Linda Sutton. MODELS PRICED FROM

I on hog"with Following their trip to North
Carolina i Mr and Mrs. Brown
will reside in Palm Lake Park For LOW DOWN
traveling the bride wore a dork PAY'T.Still .
green two-piece cotton dress with
EXTRA MONEY beige accessories. Her coinage wasa
white. cattleya orchid.

She is a graduate of Martin ; rra3t' available, several
County High School: and attended +t r
/ get on funds Indian River Junior Colton. She
my I Is employed by attorney Elton H. CHOICE LOTS
Sihwarz '
Mr. Brown alto attended Martin .. on which! to build
Ut' Invested at County High\ School" and h employed .
I by Vaughn and Wright CUSTOM HOMES
Out-of- eta her for the
wedding included Mrs Sumner
4r 4-4 furrier, Granby. ('.emn.; Mrs MODELS
--' INTEREST Thomas Briccetti. St. Petersburg: SHOWN DAILY, TELEPHONE 287-3366
Mr. and Mrs. C. Phillip!. Melbourne !-
and relatives and friends
0 f From West Palm Beach Belle
_This Offer for Compounded Glade, South Bay and Fort Pierce.

Florid Rnldrats cal, QUARTERLY

Wedding Party at

t The Taylor Home

Mr. and Mr. John L Taylor\
entertained the Pat Heger.Larry

k First Mortgage Corp wedding borne Brown Friday wedding rehearsal evening party prior at thtir to ,the I aL fi;

1 Guests for the dinner wen: Mr.
OF STVABTEM and Mrs. William \\ttf parents
t of the bride Mrs. S. duffer; Mn.
:! Ocean Bird. dates from t J.b.e our hou.. la Stuart, Dial AT 7-0121 T. Briccetti. Mr. and Mrs F. Till-
man. Mr and Mrs. D. Kegtey, Ktr I

Carat Atlantic A.... and Indian Hirer Dr. In Ft. Pierce. Dial HO 1-3180 and Mrs. Clyde Pace. Carl Sewage ,
> Mrs. Maude Richardson. Mrs.Mh .
1945 20ia Strut -,JO 2-2300 Y.ro Beach Rawhfu, the >tive. rods FIRST FJm2RM. BUJJLPINQ I ; STUART, 287-3366
Brenda. and La Aim Sut on. Mr
and Mrs. C. Branford. and Mr

and Mrs. A. Fortune.


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LO\FLY MISS PATRICK MART will represent the carnation industry of the CHARMING: MISS JAN tlGIITON: seventeen, will act II ') BROME: will represent the 'mum, grower as
state a* Miss Florida Carnation. 'Pat' n twenty-two, has lived in Stuart for MX 1963-64 Runner-up in lust veuri contest, the is 'Iubb n.' Chrysanthemum. Karen /Is eighteen, has been Homecoming: Queen t
years, and is secretary of County Attorney Dean looker One of the highlights of Jo Luce, now Mrs. B. Jerry McAllister, who It en route to Jaycee and Dcllolay Sweetheart, She 14 presently working at the ,
I the girls' trip to Miami this year will be a series of publicity pictures to be made a majorette, homecoming candidate, play in Martin/ County / at (iMlne vill". The gills' will ilct: a* a,we doming committee, al the r
at the Seaquarium on Virginia Key The girls will take part in many social activities and ia a cheerleader this year. All are sponsored by oiit- >fH utcr* J k in the annual Florida Flower Association convention at tile Doral Hotel, Growers Association' and Stuart Chamber" of Commerce convention I hi scheduled Sunday through Wednesday, Sept. 2730.
Miami Beach. for 1964-65/ will be chosen: and crowned on the final Photo by Art Riihnke
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Reprint of Old Book Tells of again ha River to to Tocoi Silver-all Springs on an, down"old Citrus Group 'fresh Hooks orange added. Jllk:
I small odd-looking but excellent orange juice
'Florida Grand Tour'in 1882Florida train.steamer"then to St. Augustine by Wars Against on the the unwary label, that"

._ Barbour describes, Jacksonville orange Juice. W. /
has changed a good bit --- as "the commercial metropolis and Synthetic DrinkSales orange JIIKC: have !
since I 1882.'Florida. and production, cities: towns and social center of the state synthetic: product" .
foe Tourists Invalids, 'likely! to be the first point at which Me have waited f
the culture of the (
people; orange o a synthetic
and Settlers," written that year by the visitor! will make anything of orange- for remedy front
George, M. Barbour and recently and other tropical fruits; farmingand a stay Tallahassee i II "the floral flavored drink tail month reached I while this synthetic
reprinted by the University of gardening, scenery and resorts city of the flowery south" and a volume equal to 8 per cent made l inroads
Florida Press, describes Tampa as sports and routes of travel Key Went is "strange, foreign, and' of national sales of frozen concentrated through deception .
"very much scattered having Barbour mention that most I' interesting" t orange Juice and have I gross ,
been designed for a big place, impressions of Florida were received "Florida for Tourists Invalids, prompted Florida Citrus Commission ; orange juice, and COMPLETE CLEARANCE '
tells! of alligator' shoots and float. by wealthy travelers from and Settlers" is one of twelve rare / general manager Homer F Ing 'rh* time hat I
ing post offices, but fails to men- the north whose "thief desire is book on Florida reprinted this Hooks to renew strong industry halt to these,
tion Miami which was not incorporated to find an elegant hotel" and that year by the University of Florida demands for action by federal |, practices: and force i R GIf.lALSI
until 1896. little factual information was avail Press a* the Quadrlcentcnmal Edition regulatory agencies to "halt the be advertised and
Barbour accompanied General able except through the 5tale'sBureau of the Floridians Facsimileand ; deceptive and misleading advents I actually Is, not .what
Grant on his tour of the slate in of Immigrations.He Reprint Series. ing and labelling of this product" be," 'While' They Last
1880 as a correspondent of the tells of the 'grand tour" of A complaint has been on file I _
Times, and later decided Florida shared by most tourists I with the Federal Trade Commit
Chicago Production of coal in '
to live in Florida. -up the St. Johns River to Pa- has increased from about Turkey 4,000- sion since Jan. 7. 1964 said Hooki. I Trustees: sale 1 |Is an outstanding feature of ,
The book includes practical information I latka. Enterprise.. and Sanford Up 0<<<>0 tons in 1948 to more than 6; "but so far there has been no ac I May Be on Event You will find the most +,
regarding climate; soil _the "darkly mysterious" Oklawa- 000000( tona now, lion despite, our repealed submission I .I these group of designer' original/ i s
accumulating evidence that A resolution "
It .1'' consumers and the fond trade art I County (' I in al once 't'i
being misled Into thinking I h I II proposition" on the
product is orange Juice. which it I concerning the : i CHAPMAN
certainly Is nl1C." trustees In Martin ,
He said objection have also approved al a IIf'<< RlOTH
PUBLIC SURVEY been filed with tM U. S food the Board of etc: ,
and Drug Administration charging I frklay morning. t4
that: the label on the! can is "patent, will go In the c '
ly deceptive In that it cleverly I luy JftUJJ'I... from 1 I .
up the words fresh orange -
juicy in the very conspicuous i i A Biuiurruficil $\1 s "f it A
Prominent Apartment Builder h Contemplating Construction of a phrase 'More Vitamin C than fre.h In limestone.
orange juice: whereas. the producthas he I foIlI1 years pU .
style by David
no fresh orange tulee or nalur wnat' in a Roman j\ N
al Vitamin C In tt1* tmrv I priced 'front Js

CITY OF STUARTON j '+ I+ ",J. which Mil
D DEPENDABLE! ,50,. pricrd from 1 I

DrfM daMllt} I k a chararterMe. achieved Ihrwch t = and the (/( P '

yes he htrmttd fa. living .h a Modern hrasd sea elevator aprtM a4 home I Regular to 1JIq
-y yean etprrlcMee fa. Viiarl h your a-wrwsre of /
with every cMvealeacc Air coodMmstd and healed of roars*, your era atariae,
shuffle; hosed swimming. pool, barhreiM ...... ate. If jam "..kI .. l btrreslcd fa ..,.k. .!mi ).. bring soar darlnr'a fresrrlptlo .. $20) "

renting such M apartment plrase stadTIHS eoepas. .. t Iisiagrstrs') ,, ''' tr
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.. 11 IE Sit ART lla.( ) NEWS Thundaj. September: ?4, 1964 I ., '.'1\'"'" .w.,...,';" ':<'""1''' Hall Heads I he electric "mule that t ,
.. _ Linda ships through the loci ,.In
------ PORT SALERNO NEWS SchoolHappenings Art Club This Year i i Panama Canal nevci (0I tall I'I
High mile
I t than two per horn
r head the Art -- ------ -
!MRS. MARY BROWN, Correspondent AT 7-2996 Linda Hall will

_,. __---'-.-.-- Club as president with Charlotte EVERY TIME A
'" >I""'"a '" _.......asrs ,sa.y. wAta< ."it Walsh, vice president i : Sand I ang- I FOREsts
f CIVIC GROUP ELECTS Mrs. Quigley. started the return By KAY PARiDLSESophomore ford. secretary; Bonnie Heath. m STRIKES
trip with her sister Maggie Anderson treasurer. and Sharon I
M I Ii large group" was present! at from Jesup Ga., and aunt, 1I< licity chairman. YOU
the first tall meeting of the Coral Lela Taylor of Wauchuta. They One project of the club I is to !I
Gardens Civic Association he l It d topped at Eugene. Ore., and Yellowstone Class make announcement: porters. I GET BURNED/
in the county commiwionar's roomat Park. The next meeting will be Sept.

the courthouse' Sept 7. Their next stop was for a visit Elects OfficersBruce 28.
::1t The election: or new officers was with the Dwight William family, -
t i held and the following were elect cousins of Mn. Quigley at Pueblo Well was elected sopho JUNIORS ORDER RINGS Salon
ed: Charles Carlstrom, president; Colo. Other slops were made more class president at a class I
Phillip Krise, vice president; Mrs. in Paduenh Ky. Jesup Ga., and meeting on Friday. Junior ordered their class rings
Lillian Meyers recording secretary : St. Augustine where relatives were and a deport on
The other officers elected were Monday put
and Mrs. Grace Demon, visited.
treasurer Terry Rogers, vice president;; Di- them. Delivery is expected around of fYlBeauty
ana Taffoni, secretary; and Glen Christmas.
Bryan treasurer
A card party will be held Oct. Ricky Rhodes, Christine Andrea-
The Port Salerno Firemen'sAuxiliary
f ii'yx 6 at the community, room of the son, John Rhoday and Bruce
met Thursday night at First National Bank of Stuart at Wells were elected representatives .filiI
the firehouse for its monthly '
8 p.m. Door and table prizes will to the student
I be given. ,
Helen Engcbretsen and: Judy Refreshments will be served PROPISSrONALBEAUTY
''' by : FORM
served those with
Vicki present Mrs. Peter Franzone, Mrs. Otto 'I BOIL LING TEAM CAREVIRGINIA
refreshments Mrs. Prosk was I
Grefe, Mrs. Ann Stchlitk and JACK'S GULF
, I winner of the "Pig in a Poke." Mrs. Elsie Burroughs. is Seven members of the facultiesof
LCCr For their October meeting it welcome to attend Everyone the junior and senior high I STATIONAll
was decided to hold a Halloween I schools have formed a faculty
costume party Helen and Vicki bowling team. The S.rrlre GuaranteedJack 81
CHIT rarticipatin'l
will be in charge of the games. teachers are Principal Saunderson, Owner

PORT SALERNO:' TOSEATIEE Carl Rydells of Washington Woodall Walter L. Wells, Rich AlA Port Salerno>> AT 7-202 K1NNE O"Der
Avenue, Coral Gardens, are ard R. Mikuska. Albert J. Blizel Operators:
entertaining his i brother, Albert Bert Duhose, Robert J. Roster and FRANCES REDDISH
Mrs. Rose Quigley has endeda Rydell, Jackson Heights, Long Frank H. Pittman. NETTLE CRISWELL
long vacation which started in Island N. Y. Albert flew downto ,
r June and lasted until August. It spend ten day in our area. We
took her from here to Seattle, wish him a very pleasant! visit here. returned to their home in Mat- ,la. VotiMi Ws' Now Featurilll-
Wash. Mr. Quigley left Port Sa vern Pa., after a few days visit his OHaredl i
lerno for Jacksonville. June 10, Miss Sue Agotti, Banyan Drive, in Martin County with his sister Pedicures '

to spend a few day with her son Hibiscus Park, has undertaken her and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Enjoy Sportfhohlnl 'Relaxing Facials'
there. Leaving June 12 by train, first year of college at Florida Brown Hibiscus Park. on the
she stopped in South Bend Ind., State University, Tallahassee. Cruiser "LINDA":'
Mrs. Rachael Anderson Mimosa
to spend a few days with friends Mrs Polly Miller, sister of Mrs.P. Drive, Hibiscus Park, had asher Summer Rate $50 a Day HOSED SATURDAY durlnj
She travelled bus from South
by O. Smith, has entered the hose I July, August and September
luncheon Mrs. Engebretsen
Bend and fifty-seven hours later arrived guest Saturday Capt.Toley
pital at Vero Beach for
in Seattle to spend two months eye surgery. M. Rowe, Laguna Street, in celebration -I PORT SALERNOATlwilto 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536
with her son, Jesse, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robbing have of Mrs. Rowe's birthday. eons. Hi* AT MS47
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6S's Most Sweeping Changes-


PLANS FOR TilE 1966 convention of the Outdoor Writer Association! of America at the Port
3 Different Sizes. New! 3 Different Wiieelbases. New! 7
St, Lucie Hotel and Country Club are already being made. Elgin/ White, left sport editor of the Spectacular Engines.F .

Florida Development Commission)1\ )' and president of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association! met

with SL Lucie and Martin. county sportsmen on Wednesday Sept. 16, to Inaugurate preliminary .-- .. -
planning. At right in Terry BomirJ Director: of Sale at the Country club who was named general ,

chairman of the national convention. More than 200 newspaper and magazine writer and broadcu&berV $ ..
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art expected to Attend1 the Veek-Iong gathering. I

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There Were No Handouts for the Elliots .- ; :

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. The "Poor" Of Years Ago ,.

i\\ \ Learned, To Earn Their Way __ ysx

By ESTHER B. S1OOKEY! -------

So much iYtx'foiiVId) i ind' writ .the winter and city people ,durin'; part*)/ Hamlet.; Mr.' EIliot"waf: a tw4
ten about the "fight against pov the summer.I She had been rearedIn in the kitchen cooking a pot of her
erty", these days that J can't help a home of affluence and had delicious slew and reciting, "Grow
going back in memory to Mn never touched a washboard a rake old along with me The best is
Elliot .of my childhood days or a hoe. She not only did the yet to be front her favorite ,tjo Miss'OsRt1113Ia1R
Mrs. Elliot.was a"colorful washing and ironing for her large poet, Robert Browning. Mary, the
wom- family but raised oldest and best friend
vegetables to girl my was
an who lived in little hometown
my help feed them.It in her room singing an aria from
with children'her .erratic Mr. Elliot husband and was from Mr. Elliot t that I her favorite opera, 1-aTraviata." I t} I I;I AMBASSADORlargest SPtCTACULA RI I Totally new in size in style, engines from the all new I'' .bp Torque Command
even was
a in New longer whcclbase. SENSIBLE! J32 ..
learned how home could bo Some people called this a MadHouse power. Sin to .mil J7 cu.-in. V-L
MW penile, kind but and good man with the a made attractive any with three things, but 1 called it Happy : and (finest! of the New Ramblers Greater room, easy handling. NEW I Disc NEW)Twice a: riany Amba..adormodcla for
according to
townspeople. he was shiftless. He fresh fruit, books, and growing House, Brakes,optional. NEW) Spectacular choice of 196)including\ a dolL. ,-.& new convertible
preferred to read Shake pearo* and plants In each of Mrs. Elliot's Was it any wonder that I found
net out his drama rather than to rooms were all three. There was this family fascinating and much
engage in the .Irab' routine of make even a shelf of books in the more fun than a movie .or any
ing a living. Hence, the problemf kitchen. While she wash Ironingshe other activity that the town had
feeding and educating seven would read the Bible or a few to offer? If there were more Elli
children: :became' Mr, Elliot' to I pages from one of the classics. ots in this world there would probably
solve, and how the solved it haa No one could understand why be 14!** juvenile delinquency,
been an inspiration to nil who I spent so much time with the Eli and let' 'face: it no political issue
knew her. liots as they were considered"poor" "such as a "fight against pov a ; q de

Mr. Elliot was a college: graduate and poor people were looked erty. "
which wa unusual in those upon with askance even before We cannot: fight poverty by ,user..fad '
days, but it did not occur to her the tatu." day of four-bedroom : giving people money we have
to go outside her home for a job. two-bath houses and three-car ga to fight it from within by teach
She bought two pigs and two cows rages But after each visit to theElliot ; ing them a love of the higher, finer
with borrowed money. The pigs house I could not wait unlit things of life as well as love
were butchered to supply the I got back It had an "atmos for one another. Not what we canget
family 'meat..'durina the winter phere''* that none of the "well-to- in the woy\of material things,

and the cows furnished milk and do" house had. It was a house of I. but what we tan (give in service
and spiritual values should be
butter for the family' needs with ,
'busyness" and good cheer. Each I. paramount I"'our way of life.
a surplus which' her small sons room was usually occupied with Both Mr. and Mrs. Elliot lie in

old for "pin" money. She baked (people doing the thing they lovedto graves near the house that Mrs.

::1 cakes and cookies for the social do. I Elliot transformed into a home of

functions of the town and took inboarders One rainy day I found Mr. Elliot beauty and warmth but they will 't y

:;. school l__teachers_ during_ I in .the parlor acting out the live on lit my heart forever _

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: ever-new convertible sedan ,
hardV ,
I tom to '70 'NfW'
up hI' Disc Brakes
jS'ew Inlerniediate-SUe Rambler tops, wagons.: SENSIBLE! Increased space optional Doubk-Sitov; Brakes. :
culf\laneu) \ n other U.S. makCl. JlEWI!Three separate
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In '""?"" bearinj crankshaft with. I
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'LOVE'THAT CAR"-That's what Ed KJrkhrt. Paint City, Mid when Clco made her appearance I '"'t.. HIGHWAY STUART

last (ttonth. So he drove hit sedan into the family living room. The performance wan repealed ivbeo WATCII
Dora showed up a few day data WUe sOding door mode the feat possible< i EVOLNCS-OliNNEL:' 4. It ULIt


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I I ", ,' .. ----, Tire STUART (Florida) VEWS ThurJav; September 24,1964 SHII

L ,{", :&: 'ft Jensen Legion AuxiliaryGirls' I

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State Meet Oct. 5
htit tht& emblem
f' u displayed* yvu art \
r I HM regular meeting of America trine Keeling. was introduced and assured of/ the finest insurance serviceIn :,,

Leyon Auxiliary, No. 126, oCJcMen aguest. Mrs Elizabeth Guise, was the land. .
&ach was held! on Mon welcomed. Mrs Audrey Foley was
I J lay. Sept. 14. Mrs Lnuna Snyder l elected publicity chairman Mrs
pretideU The meeting opened with Dorothy Grimm announced that
) I .alutt to the flag singing of the membership pins will be awarded:
an w I Star Spangled Runner. and I pray- at a special meeting. .....
yes <..r by the chaplain hire Helen Miss Atmar, bulletin chairman
White. naked for any news of interest N
Mrs Emma MeCue Curls State tor the bulletin. not forgetting any
chairman repotted II change in sick members.
$ j a Ili ? Jales. the new date ruing Oct. 3 Mrs. Lorraine Middlcton was
r at Stuart Legion Home. Parents nussed. She i 18 attending the national -
and friend are invited convention in Texas. Mrs
A games social tor veterans at Louise! Rauwals reminded that
Lantana will be sponsored on Feb. membership/ dues are now payable.
s 26 by the unit and post." All members The child welfare chairman w. B. TILTONINSURANCE
are asked to help make this Mrs. Help Spett, is busy making'
a happy event for these unfortunate dolls gathering crayons and coloring
veterans. Refreshments' and books for the Retarded Children
prizes Mill be furnished by the ; a Hospital.A .
I AGENCYSince -=
Auxiliary. seminar: was held! at Cocoa
Redecorating of the Legion Mall recently It was attended by Mrs.
and meeting room was approved Emma Snyder, Mrs, Lorraine Mid- ; 1921
to begin as M1II' ('OI'! bl.,. Miss dleton Mrs. Margaret Bounds,
A LAUNCH' PROCEEDS DOWN THE OKELCHOBEE WATERWAY, POPULAR BOVHNG: ROm'EbdMol. Laura Atmur and Mrs. Emma Mrs. Hclga VH, Mrs. LstellePerlbcrgcr IKNSKN tEAm AT. 7-1411. I
Snyder are co-chairmen I Mrs tmma McCue j

I 14 at the home of Mrs Andrew --.. ,-.--One new- --member, Mrs.--Cath----and Mrs---Dorothy.-. Orimm- .- -- --- .- ..- 1 -
er JENSEN BEACH NEWS Eilkie. with Mrs. Caroline Wright I
.I as assistant hostess. Mrs. Edna
SIRS MRTLEM1ITMVN, Correspondent AT ,- ,. Jenkins opened the meeting with

I.u..... '" '" .. the Lords Prayer and further devotionals -
were given by Mrs. Anna
dinner and social i I' evening which Pate I 1 1
J. B. Lions Club followed I The project of school bags to Illy 1 I I

Ed Schmidt, president of the be made and filled with school
Tenth BirthdayThe club introduced AI Walker, who supplies and sent to Africa, was
acted as muster of ceremonies for discussed! It is a countywide proj
the festivities and introduced the ect of all churches and will be
Jensen! Beach Lions Club guests Following
completed bv November
held its last meeting, Sept 16 at THIS special affair celebrated the the business! se..ion. refreshments
the Port St. Lucie Country Club. tenth anniversary of the local Lions of cookies and punch were
9d Members, their wives and guests Club Past presidents who served.
totaling ninety-one enjoyed the were introduced to the assembly! The next meeting will be held
included: J. li Svec Harry Jennings at Trinity Methodist Church, Oct.
Elmer DeXVitt Chester Ho- \12 at I 1'30: p.m., with Mrs. Jenkins 47 KAM OCEAN: HOUIIVAKI AT 7-17J7
John Hancock man and James Dean. Others who Wilson host
Mrs. Bea
were unable to he present! were Open I\londl1ylhru Saturday, 7(30( ) a-m. 'til 9 p.in. Opel Sunday I as s. 'Ill 1 p.m.
Thomas Crook, James Lovvorn, esses. Add r.J.r.1 .....,. .,,::1> ibis'' Mil DAYt THRU SUNDAY. CHECK YOUR NEAREST BROWARD
congratulates William Weiss and Wallace Fletcher. PARTY NETS $60

Mrs. Mack Costello chairmanof X STORE FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO............ ...
Guest International INSTAh1ATIC
the Man speaker was -
the recent benefit games party
Counselor Jerry Doyle of West
Palm Beach. He Wallace reports that over $60 were made r
of the Gardner with a master key attached on this project of the Church Aid fIU '
Circle. E'
: 'to a plaque, also a a master
key member and an advancement Assisting Mrs. Costello were
MonthALBERT key member special awards. Mrs Jack Kuhn, Mrs. Chris Kulb. "" yt70t

.. "ff1f 'H ... >r",. Other special guests included Mrs. Al Sandell, Mrs. Mabel Golden i
'IC International Counselor Victor Se- Mrs Charles Richardson and ( a ,..,,
;' met and Mrs. Sonet and Deputy Mrs. Ada Luther. Prizes were donated
Governor Bill Brewer and Mrs. by Mrs. Harry Quincy, Mrs
fe i Brewer. The president, Lion I James Price, Mrs Frances Hub-
Schmidt, thanked the committee bell. Mrs. Mack Costello, Mrs
consisting! of Ed Miller. chairman, Horace Hurst and Mrs. William BURMA ,
; : Wally Gardner, John Larson' Martin Vaught. They were won by Mrs. tnnu, un.n..a mnn
Wahl. Homer Archumbcault, Thomas Wood Mrs Clara Vaught, BLOCKADE i .r dSSl
i I JI. Frank Williams and Robert Campbell Miss Edna Holzhauer, Mrs. Chria a IN PRIZES!
k The committee, in turn, wishesto Kalb Miss Zillah Rhoads Mrs MEN'S DEODORANT '
thank the many members who Charles Munch and Mrs. Colin, "
donated door prices. UrquharU 5meL _
The next regular meeting will LOG 77 b5. 1k4.r
be held Oct. 11 at 7.15; p.m. at FELLOWSHIP MEETING _
F. ENO Milan, Restaurant AT DAYTON BEACH

287-0428 Save the dates of Oct. I II, 12 and '

.he-"l1p-tr'ruralcncy II. record nan put: him. .Htand The1 SLUING' Red GROUP Ore+ MEETS. HIV+ frf"!' il-ihp 1)I for H the.mtm ninth-1"'I//_annual hip..meeting i.4>, i>- :. : k u 69 BRUS H
met at the 1.eJ/i'II1.Jlom./ Thursday tnumtjr Churches to be held: *t ;
a record like that can only I t.aJ
Sept 17, with eleven women the Seabreeze United Church In
be built by outstanding profekhmal *- Daytona Beach NUMBERS 'OR THe t\ a ROLLERS
1II.'M'lce to hb clients. present.Mm.. will be Pro WINNING I JUMBO JACK COUPON 23,19'". _! l
Dorothy Kalli was in Principal speakers A RE THE 7! WEDNESDAY, ':4nll"u
We're proud to be awmwlaled charge of the work in the absence Thomas Liggett, president of the WEEKBEGIt>lNoIRNCWLOINOTUUDA't.U'UlI'nRZ.: lO"OUR
with Mm. And we think you'll of Mrs. Clara Vaught Others attending Evangelical: Seminary of Puerto THROUGH $ 33 "
find his training and experience were: Mrs. Ann Kuhn, Rico, and Rev Richard I I. Porter. ,150,000 ,.h. .It. I.P0290T4.I''t .. m I ,t PRICE to
a big help In planning a Mrs. Ann Danforth, Mrs. Pearl' See Rev T mote r about registrations FIRST 'Rll!.. .T'1J'f' fatw.t.N.wYsi lye t.'u'"' '" City ,,. .'.t o.oolooo: 1 ...1.. ,..".."AI6022''
life insurance program that willcover I Gay, Miss Alice M Paul, Mrs .! and accommodations. Sr(01'10 P W..sHnpOLIRTH h.aa1S.r.'PhonlaPh.nelr. .' I :, 6dlqQ Prlu P J4M2d'1t.EIOHTNPRI2tS 2111IIfTH
all yews needs. Delia; Jackson) Mrs. Evelyn, Vwght, t I PRIZEIf .T..lk..ft R.dt.II Am. : ;; x10,000' "Ii. P.In'I.,' .
Mrs. Nellie i AIZE' .., I 6.4
You can contact him ab: Mrs. Dorothy Mercer PRIIE'. ..G.e. WESTINGHOUSE DAWN
Jackson Mrs Helen Richard- Wn\I.\N'S ASSOC1A1IONMILL NEW
son and Min Peggy Bean. SLEET: !MONDAY) 2I.IIVINTH 'ltilU '-, H.I. 0rr.r.M
George W. Geyer I The next meeting of the group, The Jensen Beach Woman's Association I.-, SIl1TH. .. tPR.:IU* ., '.".l..I""h.".Peln". W.'ch, r g,000 P1. '. ./" H EAT HAIR COLORING
AND ASSOCIATES will be Thursday, Oct. I IRirni I. will hold a dessert card :15,000: P's" P.Im1 \0,000 Aat 0 P41/101
party at the clubhouse on Monday 0441414. allilpp P14t2g1
1218 S. Olive An. CIRClE ADOPfS Sept. 28 at I p.m, Mrs. Bertha ; 029220', A19441) 07 411tCt3J3 .tsa111' 0001271!
W. Palm Beach, Ha. SCHOOL: BAG PROJECT Seawall Is chairman of the A2S/4d0 HIUIl Alnssl esteeae: 0201, LAMP PUKE 47f
John ancock The Ruth Circle of Trinity .affair Reservation may /be mode M1411)t ) H6t20"" :lq/U:/ l M114777H474410 cs oooCI47033 OIM4J 031.1"* S
LIFE INSURANCE Methodist Church held Ms regularnonthly by calling Mrs. Marie Miller at t C"U01 IOe/eO94Ct. ; H7I4I44. G6IQ17a11/ "
I meeting on Monday, Sept 2874943.Like ; 0/01401/ 12..0 \ *
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6 B THE STUART (Fla,) NEWS Tllatsxtay, September 24, 1964 from fundamental on his "Jto Club Pleads
the top aIMS it will give him 'much Senior Junior

Writer Upholds theMemories F 1Jtalsv : I more Truer sefljuf words of were approbation never spoken.:( I. To State, Federation M&et

It is ta&ttaUy wrong to start out I
any angter!' with a fine flyfishing
of St. Lucie Fishing or spwwtol outfit-when he should ,' Mrs C. R. Vanderveer pwsi-
he learning the basics with a sane dent of the Woman's Club of Stu,111. Dr. Kurt H. Defcus, nad qf jhe
pole and worms. 9 i a ti and Mrs. Guy Cromwell" MM- National Aeronautic sad Space
Angling has become snobbish! ;U'iit i of the Junior Woman's Cwb Administration's Lauatfe Opfra-
Are Told to Tennessee ReadersBy and fishiitg writers a nd tackle lit Smart, will attend( the seven lions Cents at{ Cape &..... and
manufacturers have aided and 11:11annual\ state hoard masking Congressman D. R. Matrnews will
abetted the absolutely ridiculous ,I tt the Florida federation of Wom- be guest speakers at the meeting.
WALTER MANN credo that only links or boors use en's Clubs, which' is expected to
"n anything but the finest of tackle bring approximately 400 club presutents. NEW ZONINfc MAP
Outdoors Editor\ I and shines In memory like "You want to know what I and artificial lures to catch any- ]i state officers, and Mate
Knoxvllle ((renn.) JournalA =,tfn a dog fennel bush! at caught? Nothing. I just got to pay thing but certain selected "glory ; ;-i i k i I chairmen to Cocoa Beach, o n A now emiitg map of the ttoHe
I t.Brick for the boat and another sailfish fishes." This is a shame and must, $ Sept. 24. 25 and 26. Mm. Mark Sound urtyMJ,,{' Q1fartln ampv-
report from an old friend on writes that he spent a couple Times I have really indeed give a guilt complex undeservedly Enimel of Gainesville ii Mate president ed at I meeting ( County
a trip to Florida bringi back of days in the Stuart. Fla, changed, Brick reminisces!, "since to millions of happy ___ The club president will be Planning and Zoning Commissionset
memories of the greatest day he I area. "And ,Ho do Jo," he says, you and! I were still catching hog (people (if they only knew it)1)! weI representing a state membershipof for Oct. 15.
or I ever spent fishing. I suppose "could not help but bring back suckers in Beaver Creek 01an Fishing is fun-regardless of over 30,000. waves four milesa
every one who fishes has at I onetime mernoricfcjOf\ the day we "fished alder' branch pole and a garden whether\ it Is done with a piece of ,yyff a v a ;, Workshops dealing with parliamentary second through move steel and about
or another experienced one at Bert l Prom's fishing camp This( worm Then, we didn't really" have string and a bent pin or a Leonard { law cons rvation, home mile second fre hwaleI'
such adventure when everything camp was where Brick and I put much of an idea which :way the rod and a twelve buck fly line. life, fine arts, public affairs, education one a through
seemed bent on coming his way; that day's fishing many ocean wall Now here's these two I say this as a fisherman with a Ott oa and international affairs YFw?
when,.nothing could go wrong. The )'c a{t aka youngsters getting top sport ..fish battery of every conceivable sort ; will be featured during the three
powers which manage 'such affairs "lll aving fished many trips since IRa their first time out. and in an of tackle and a store of experience days of sessions. GA STORAGE
arranged that kind of day then\in the Everglades cruising and hour' time. It meant\ to them only which takes in everything from The delegates will also be con WARfctlOUSfe
I once,on St. Lucie River In tlorldafor tithing the banks of Shark, Rivet, 'that they just caught, a big some rainbow trout to tarpon. ducted on a tour of Cape Kennedy I
M. L Brickey, of Fountain Harney and in the Ten Thousand thing fish with a snout on it. Noth Shucks, Walter, there are times as guests of officials of the Na
Gisxind mc Islands and getting two or three ing w it" when plain old bait-fishing is just tional Aeronautics and Space Ad Storage by the
snick makes with
a day, our trip
Over a span of more than a wonderful, but the sophisticated ministration.
quarter century my fishing! has a.tat t ch...cm. Almost every cast and Brick hasput hia fingeron an angler who now visits Florida Day W taken me far into remote CsnaJa fish leaping: for a surface plug unfortunate fact having to do doesn't even know how 'I
I and down through the Gulf of as it hit the water seem unbelievable with many of today's, children anda I Mr and Mrs. Thomas Weiser S Month Year
Mexico; from the eastern seaboard It was fantastic. As a matterof host of adult! beginners They At an example, I was out J.bb-I have returned to their home i n
across country and out Into the fact. I can almost believe that start at the top, and low something ing St Lucie Canal, our '' wk St. Lucie Estates from a vacation USED FURNITURE A
I Pacific Ocean But that one day you really saw all those wild monkeys > they can never find. They are going ter: link with Lake Okeechobee, I trip spent in Massachusetts. While APPLIANCESA1A
on the brackish Florida river and jabbering and jumpingthrough to college without ever having the other day when side Hurricane winde. Surface Dora s e + a away they also visited with rda GOLDEN Q4'E( .
in its palm trees and jungle of been through was giving us %
lagoons stands out above all grade school Theyare and rubber I p lives .
man roves. casting was impossible -- --------
no going to find much/ interestin
off the _____ _,
1 The fishing i out of Pruitt's camp calculus having had no experience worms produced nothing IL -
was more than fantastic.. It was with algebra.I oUOIn. So did 1 conic home I

fabulous and varied. We caught I may just bo old-fashioned.buf Heck po.I s s6R
side creek
hunted little {
1 a
jr every species of fish Inhabiting It's my belief that the fisherman, up of dozen AT STUDRoyal
and caught a couple top
those", waters Big tarpon, sea trout, to get the greatest joy and appreciation minnows, then found a nook in
hundred of all kinds, from the out of his
sport, ought to
'the Ice and! had a wonderful time
a new style little
of down
largest jacks to start like Brick and I did. With a
'romSHiONETIE, mangrove snappers and lady( sh. string a hook and pole, and a ',with hooks those, split top shot minnows and cork on Caught Heir's Jake ((717750))
Brick lays pruitt' camp would worm or grasshopper for bait. He six fine channel cats four big j I
ha hard to recognize now Then, learns of fish and tithing and communication speckled perch and assortment The registered Pointer photographed Mow will be
it was located in a sandy, palmetto ) with Nature, and de. of big .pUicftills,, bred to a few selected females, lib\ season. Both
: palm wilderness ,Now, hundreds yclops" .blh l:' ground-work -'1u'C" At (he same t1me. a native grandslrc are double national champions.!
t of houses have been built, In the Inn to that of the angler who,start", Meridian came down the canal .,
vast area between; the federal high at the very top with multiplying hunk with a long cane pole and ws
way and the Camp. re.el, artificial lures and light lead loaded his stringer with fine channel
"You will recall Captain Ray ers. cats caught on worms.
Young, who operates a charteredboat Let the fisherman graduate !m The man who hat >learned the
I lor deep sea fishing.. I went fundamentals on .hit. way -to Uie fundamentals from the bottom up b
but with him a couple of years top, and it WIU'aive( him much more has a vastly expanded horizon oven
'" ago and caught a nice snilfish. I sense of appreciation, As. to accomplishment the so-called:: "sophlt!! 'Cate" who
.. had hooked and I lost to sharks however, -doubt starts from\ the top and never PVP-Qf<'.l1lE-WEEK is this little feft>w whose tail seldom stops
\,.. and otherwise five i sails down If the big sailfish! Brick-caught or 'works down. He can dry ,fish wagging. He's available for adoption at the .hellel'of the Animal
through' tho years before 1 finally the monstrous tarpon I SAW him \\f he wi\hea-or, jf ,he feels likeit Rescue League of Martin County on South Dixie. Call there
!landed this one land that eventful .day:,. replaced he can break open a lily pad from 3 to 4:30: ( p.m.
Fashionette a Well anyway, on the present his experience with the first fat take out the, little lily worm and .
trip Captain Young reported that nungranny that lumped ,.off his catch a fat ,breanflf the frying --------
BEAUTY SALON be had caught and released\ four penny hook In. Beaver. Creek., pan I boy with a cane pole and a meat who scoff at the fundamental area I Now ;is the time to condition arid i
sailfish the previous/ Sunday 'Soi I The long slender cane pole skin then graduated him on up pain in my heck. All fishing Is I
took stxteen daughter beur Walter Amman!: used U wonderful TIUIN YOUR Ittftfo titJGS
607 COLORADO AVENUE my -yearold by an expert, a
fishermanIn the
to tackle. He is now a fun and it starts with basics. |
A reader of yOIJr..nd ours-
Sylvia Ann and Carl Miller 1 piece of (tackle- and the way one
STUART, FLORIDA O. M Watson of .Route. 5I, New. the broad sense, with that wide i still a bang out of the first I
a local boy who went with vis, out of those old-timers, like my Dad I get I Mgr.
Call John R. Mosley
t OPEN; MON. thru SAT, with Captain Young. I'll be darn rwt, Tenn.-has sent alonj your' could make a salt pork skin, frog- spectrum of the knowledge of nature big bluegill I ever caught-using j i ,
f 7i30 ism.Ss30! p.m. ed if they both didn't hook and fine column of Sept. 8 about St.. lie perform has never been equal- that makes a fisherman\ get a cockroach for, bait, and/ my first
MARIE WETS Owner land two sails in about an hour's Lucie area fishing led by any other lure ting equal fun out of catching a bass, on a piece of string a safe MIRE LAINE KENNELS
Ana Hudson, Operator time. One fish was six feet, six As a fisherman on the St. Lucie Don't misunderstand me-1 sheep head on .a fiddler crab or
DIAL 287-4999 inches, the other seven feet, nine from boyhood days, I enjoyed it treasure fine fishing tackle and all a tarpon on a popping bug. ty pin and. a frog. 5401 South Federal Fort Piercei iPhone: 46i-3378
\ Ample' Free Parking Inches. We had two more but lost -but mostly your comment at the the skill and the fun that goes wjth Pardon t the longwinded effusion Best! regards, ,n .. b )v I', f .4.1#., A r
them end: "Let the fisherman\ graduate using it-hut 1 started out my own but fishing snobs and those Ernest Lyons
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ttrni 'senior cnator"iv. I #RT t lnrkfa' ) NFW9 Thursday' Svptrmhrr t. 1964 Br"5
ten to length of cootinuous service 2T ':
senator rather of than a state age may and be the senior Yearbook for Garden Club of Stuart Has' -'-'- .._- ""'-_ -" '-" -.'- .-,.. .. .......
in years than tie junior .. "" ,9;' ,;' !
lenator.EXC.LUSIVE :

Outline of Club's Activities Coming UpI "- jff',\..;.,, ; .",f I'':;"" "'" .1'..''tI.'. S ,

in Martin I Environment: Plant 11 -- -- -
County tor Use and Beauty." is the theme HupfaJ, native plants. and flowers, Avenue Coral Gables on March Mrs. O O. GJpertuff of ot t the Garden Club of Stuart for aid. Mn. Omr*. Falter" yearbook. I 19-21; ofttMaJ*'* conference. District Lake Wit tie the yuext awaker."GantWM iwJ ., : .

book.1 l4-65.just The off. the club's press annual, was mailed year. Officers oiF the Tafetwto Group 10, at OUechobee, May S; Around I tAo World" wiu ,, .
to members this week. I .M MA Rrfttt H. Raster, chair: Fontana .ft Roundup at he I0r. _*.*6ot.. "Pt1 a and joy of
Fontana &ad C., June 9- ,,,,,,_ ,
man; d n. Car) TI t.r. co-chair- V HI be !,be home t -- n
Officers of fee Garden Club 1.1. for I call Miss
I are Mrs. John W. Hussty, president I nan; and Mrs.. treasurer J. G. KaMrtk, aed program, \secretary Helen F...csI... 28744I5.The I cial ofAelp/ ftstor win ltornculuire be held. !bow So. 1.. i. .xar hr ,
; Mn. W. A. Gesner. first vi/cc/ club's first
regular meet-
chairmen are Mrs. Clyde Coolant WwUh *n are scheduled for
f president; Mrs. C. E. Henrikten i and Ms. John Menningcr. I (fee season will be heU. Oct.I : March 8 8'nd wilt be followed bya
second vice U at Men l'1at
pre ; Raleigh I the Woman's Club building..
of includes social hb\ur.
The caleqrfar evenjts
BlaeL welder.
recording secretary; It will with .
1:30: business
; p.m. open a
Mrs Max Auerbach correspond the annual meeting, District; to at "Wt ve Come a Long Way.
nets and at 2 o'clockmembers
ing sccrclaary; Mrs. Howard W. Boyntvw Batch, Oct. 22; Flower and; guests will be asked i j" he theme of the April j 2 inMalfattai -
Ncail. treasurer and Mrs. VVilla- Show School: Course IV at Fort luncheon to be held at
to "Choose a Workshop whichis
} Pierce on Oct. 29-J I; Landscape Port St. Lucic Club
c ford R. Leach honorary life presi under the direction 0 f Mrs the Country rj
Design School Course IV, University at 12:30: p.m. Past presidents ot k
Richard The
dent.Committee chairmen are Miss of Miami Nov. 4-6; Garden Hupfel. selections, the club will be honored Mrs,
will include arts and crafts flower
Helen Funnell), awards; Mrs. John Club of Stuart invited to special arrangements, horticulture and Hugh 1.-. winces the a pa McQuigg, birds and conservation!\ ; program on Christmas! flower arrangements native plant and) wildflower. A dent, will be installing officer. w
Miss Jean Roos, book service; Mrs by Travelers Palm hour will follow. .
Only we can giveEska H. H. Thayer, chaplain; Mrs. Paul Garden Club Jupiter Nov 10 and Continuing projects of the club
"God Qave It-let's Save It, j
reservations may be made by phoning .
Bryant 111, and MM. James Gar- include conservation tree plantIng
is the theme of the Nov. 9
Mrs. W. A. Gcsncr, 287-0823) ; meeting
co-chairmen 0 f Christmas workshop ,
vey program memory
IJO: 1'.11and Charles Kindred
tour Mn. Charles Grecnlces, door advanced flower show refresher lane and help on planting ofJ
Lee Uson and II. W. New-
prize; Mrs. Dennis Hudson! gar symposium Colonnades Hotel. Riv- S. 1. The Stuart club to date has I '
PROTEIN WAVE den therapy; Mel C. H. Munch axe Beach Nov. 18.19; dedicationof some will: speak on preserving our contributed $5,000 ($4,000 for use r _
high school gardeners; Mrs. Rob Memory Lane a I Memorial local land, ureams", and wildlife within( the city limit $1,000 for 'w
ft eg. $15.00 Highway, State Road 76 at Pop- for use! and beauty. Patio plants I )
ert fenton horticulture; Mrs. Edna ute In the count)) for U. S. I )
will be featured in the little horticulture
Ashley, hospitality: Mrs. C. E. pleton Creek public invited Nov. planting. The club, too, has contributed
Hcnrikscn, membership j' and hostesses 2J at 2 p.m. On Dec. 13 from I show.Workshop l (fund for various pther I
; Mrs. Hugh L. Willoughby, to 6 p.m., the club will present program are tllh..oJ'j: civic plantings. '
12 memory lane; Mel W. C. Armor, Singing Homes" which is a tour uled for the Dec. 14 meeting and id
carol homes will be followed social hour.
parliamentarian and remembrance; of ChriMmas on by Employment' in busincswt pro .
1n., W. A. Ge&ner program; Mrs.R. I beautiful Scwalls Point with tea Jay Garner of Riviera Omen vkling services rose from 4.7IXXX ).- I .
POWDER PUFF C. Johns publicity; Mrs. William I and Christmas food and decorations will be the guest sneaker for tho ( ) to 8.30DntX between 1946, .
Walters, registration; Mr* E. i sale at the Jensen Beach estate I meeting Jan. II, hill subject to and )last year. 1hi. was a 76 .percent j .
BEAUTY SALON F. Mattox telephone; Mrs. Paul I. of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Evin- he "Exotic' Plants to Grow for Increase compared: with an
Near Stuart Post Office Hoverman trees; }In. C. R. Evans into.Arbor ; Use and Beauty." The monthly/ lit I 18 per cent growth in other employment { 1; a
Managed by Vlrgte Davh ways and means; Mrs. I I. T. Day planting, location to Itle hortl.ulturetow: / will feature categories I .
.117. E. 7th St, Stuart Taylor and Dr. lone J. Krai arts be; announced later, Jan. l HI; State trees for the sub-tropics. : .
Phone 217-4983 and crafts; Mrs. John Menninger, Flower Show, at the War Memorial I Feb 8 the club will meet at Morocco' current population | L'T x s
_flower arrangement; Mrs Richard Youth Center 400 Anastasia the county agriculture building i and_ is about sstNt8)/( ( )( t .

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ON '2 FROVf: YAROSONK Thursday Oct 11. to conid.er: a --fl'lI'e! than twice the number I
/ ; HIQUIRKMI.M: : I ruling that lots abutting' on more there were MX yean ago- -paid"
The Planning and Zoning Com- than ono street must have front more than a r7,635fq in taxes 'i'iI"
/ 6s if I mission will hold a public hearing yards ,(m each jirerl, lynx) :
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Mubtli1tt as being a '

Sport FtU'J'2d ,w BlakelyBride
<>or Harftop tFQ' _

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The top of the top. 't

The JUont, ptaabattouch ntt.

'n There'i Fury I. Fury II fury III, and Sport Furjr.n .
1 i t s 1 model. Overall lenftni 209.4" for stdana i ET in mif YOU'
216.1" for wagon EDaM 10'rom. !2! -k' Plnna'r' iO to a 426-cu.-in. CommaMlo:: V.7.t fLAN

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libxx Hardtop ,

'65 BelvedereThe WEDDING

new way to twin, without ,olD, eat on a Umb.
You'll always remember the i
Belvedere la another complete line of IMS Plymouth.
There's. Belvedere I, Bdvedere JJ, an4 .atcpit.. beauty, enchantment and fyn wk .
IS model. Overall length: 203." for sedan.. 20I.S" tot WHOM. '
of being a BUktly bride and no :
Engine go from M5-cu.-in. to a 414-cu.-4o.,.Cpmmaixto V-A ;

one will ever forget the way :a W"\
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The compact that ha n1"forrotteairby drete and accenwiriea.WKDDINtt \ RP
+ jrtn bay cmptt.

There'i Valiant. 100. Valiant 200.and Signet .- -
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Bamevd* 1-door Sport Hardtop, 65 flarracadalot-' "6" to a m-coJo. CoMmamb*.

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f I e-a THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday September: 24, 1964 r"'""""" '"' 11 rllllUl1 The Browns Are

.. Palm News
City ,,. New Owners of


SOCIETY Telephone Correspondent 287-5582 A. ,;n Mobile VillageNew

-... +f owners of Pines Mobile
Nt Village on U. S. I south of Stuart
m : arc Mr. and Mrs. Pierce
,. ;; -, Mr. and Mr. Myrlm Mead re t 1 Brown, originally from Michigan

turned Sunday night from a lOur They took over operation of the
ot three weeks through twelve property Sept 9, and plan several .
states with their destination Cherry e improvements including remodeling
Valley Ohio. During the course of the clubhouse
of this trip they traveled over t"1 r The village has spaces for thir
4,000 miles and visited more than M lysine trailers 0 f which twelve
200( friends and relatives. e
are now occupied.
Their first Gainesville i v
stop was y b
lit Michigan until five
where their daughter/ Myrna, will years
the Browns .
ago operated a summer
enter the university for her fourth > >;
resort on Glen Lake whichis
twenty-five miles from Traverse
>E visited with Mrs. Eliza
City. They came to Stuart from
t beth Houston, one of our senior r' Fort Lauderdale where they managed
J -
Palm Citians who it in
Wyndwood Nr1 a co-operative.
v Nursing! Home, Greenville, Ohio, _
recovering from a fall that resulted Yt
la t broken hip. Wacha Is Named

,f An amusing incident: Sunday
night about eight/ miles from Palm A [,
;, 1, State Director
< ,.
y City on the turnpike, they ran
out o[. gas after having traveled
4,000( ( miles with no trouble. Just s t ; County League
6' 1 1a as Mr. Mead got out of his car }' t
MgSf to wave a pawing car down for tyt t E 1A
laid, who should it be but Patrolman 4 Frank A. Wacha, chairman of
Edward E. Finch of the Martin County Commission, was
Stuart area. He had gas with him named a state'" Jirecta-at-Inrge for
making it possible for the Meads two years by the Florida Association
p k b, t to continue the trip home. t f of County Commissioners in
? *t their meeting at Clearwater, whichwas
PERSONALS u held Sunday through Tues
RECEIVE LIONS' AWARDS-( ( Frank A. Wacha, second from Country dub recently. Receiving ten-year citations were, left to day.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Minear, left, received a fifteen-year chevron when Jensen Beach Lions right, Al Walker, Harry Jennings and John Lanon. Wallace Vico'Chairman Jack Saundcr-
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Moore, Mrs. Club held its tenth anniversary party at Port St. Lucie Hotel and Gardner, not shown, also received a ten-year citation. son, attorney Dean Tooker and
r Mark Baker, Mrs. Allene Scene, Fred Bell county engineer also
Mrs. Julia Lane, Mrs. ROM Leighton -- attended the annual conferenceand

,re 'K 4 and Mrs. LeU Williams attended and Mrs. James E. Woody of Riv. Mrs Eugene Digsby! and baby' Car Theft Suspects --1 election.
MISS REBECCA SUE SIIARPESharpeMosley a workshop for Sunday lets Beach, with their five chil son are home after spending two Rudy Rodriguez of Hillshor-
school: teachers at the Union Congregational dren; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bo- months in Norfolk, Va., with her Nabbed in Minutes J.( ough County was elected president i.
Church in West Palm zone and daughter Fort Pierce; husband who is stationed there in I ( > l' Stand Tall ; Sidney Martin of Alachua,
Wedding Plans Beach Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs D. P. Bozone and' the .Navy. Two young car-stealing suspects vice president; B. Q. Wade of
Mr. and four children, and Mr and Mrs. from West Palm Beach were arrested In Florida'sFuturell
Mrs. Boyce Carlyleand Mr. and Mrs. W. Raymond, in Indian River, secretary-treasurer;
Stuart Friday morning
Mario Raslrelli and three chil
Are for Rio Church Nov. 27 Beach dau lster. Dawn, West Palm dren. Pomona, N. Y., are spending a Just seven minutes after the theft and W R McCain of St. Lucie
visited the David Caudells
few weeks visiting with Mr. and
Sunday, of the car was reported on the I County,, one-year director.
Mrs. William P. is Frank
Bishop re Mr* P. Grau.
'Wadding owl will be exchang The bride-elect Is the niece of inter-city: radio hook-up. s aie .
her home In Sea Gate
at"7iO : : \ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur HamiltonJr. Mr. and Mrs Frank P. Gnu covering --
ed : p.m.rFWayrfrov\, Harbour after at Martin Mr. and Mrs. AI Bursani recently Chief Jesse J. Taylor received
have returned to their home after surgery
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. returned from a weekend .i
in tW Rio Church Re
by Memorial
Baptist Taylor of Jensen Beach. a summer In Beach Haven, N. J. Hospital with friends in St. Petersburg. a radio report at 11:48: t.m" passed 1
becca Sue Sharpe and Gary Paul Mr. Mosley! son of Mr, and Rev. I. R. Daniel) celebrated his Mr and Mrs Richard Guenther it on to his patrol cars at I o
Mosley. Mrs. Joe T. Mohley of 715 Arch thirty-ninth birthday Friday. Con and son, Bryan, of Orlando, are Gary Cabre of Wellborn was 11:49: and at 11:55: Patrolman t,
Mill I Sharpe, the youngest Street, Jensen Beach, graduated gratulations. spending a few days with her here last week for a visit with his Billy Chase arrested the suspects:
daughter of William R. and the from Martin County High School I grandparents and parents the grandmother, Mrs. R. L. Callahanand on U. S. 1, driving the stolen ve
lute Mrs. Helen R, Sharpe of with the class of 1961. He is nowa Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Rose Clifford Pcttys and Ervin Haegcrs.\: other relatives. Heanty.BroonLOIS
Clarksburg W Va., graduated member of the firm of Mosley returned Wednesday to their home hicle.Ronald
from Washington Irving High I and Son, general contractors, in I in Sea Gate Harbour from Beau David Petty has returned to the Absence of oxygen in water I. Watts, seventeen, anda
School with the class of 1962 and Jensen Beach. fort, & C. Naval Base at San Francisco, can cause death to millions of tons sixteen-year-old male compan KRISTOFFERSENPAULINE

attended West Virginia Business All friends are Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs, Ben Tepee had Calif., after spending a fifteen- of fish-despite the presence of : ion were held until picked up SEGNA NELL WALTON
College. She is presently employedby the ceremony and the reception a cook-out for members! of their day leave here visiting his father, plenty of natural fish food and by Palm Beach County authori 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-4453
the West Virginia State Road which, will be held in the home
family Sunday. Present wert Mr William Petty. the absence of man made poisons tics
Commission. Buckhannon, W. Va of Mr and Mrs. Joe T. Motley.m .

Floridians Visited Villas; Today is '65 Pontiac Day.

\, t Nine. Yachts Call at Marina 1965- The year of the Quick WideTracksWhat '

I A total of fourteen Floridians N. J., "Alk,n II;" and D. Brower,, .' '
were. Langford Villas guests thispast Port Huron, Mich., "Donna Jean." A ._

Kirk, week manager according of the villas to Perry and

Langford Marina. Kirk also add : : l-::
ed that of the nine yachts based r-c
'at &the marina during the same TrooperBil1sags.
period, six were Florida-based and
three from out of state ., v a
Palm Beachites led the. villa s s ,., ,
I list, including Mr. and Mrs. John ."
Partridge Mr. and Mrs Dexter D.
Coffin, Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark Anthony NIA
and R. Anthony Jr. Y' ,
Other villa guests from Florida *.
included Dr. and Mrs. Ronald
Troyer, Orlando; Mr and Mrs
t Robert C. Pattilo, New Smyrna
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. R.: D. Paxton ,.
New Smyrna Beach, and A.
W. Mac Kercr, Pompano Beach.Oue..ta .
from out-of-stute included
I Richard H. Warren Waverly,
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs Ralph Mene :

chino, Central Islip, N. Y., and do we mean by "quick" Just this A all Ponflat Pontiac Turbo
W. C Worchester, Indianupolia, : new- -oret offering a new Hrdra-Maf1e

Ind.Marina guests from Florida Included r: : -the silkiest, swlftest-shlftlnp automatic transmission yon tier touched a toe to; eager new Trophy Y-6

Dwight McEwen Jr., Lake r I power; new steering agility; a surer-footed Wlde-Tfack ride.And a new Pontiac Tempest that's become even

Worth Ed on Poor the, Miami"Aurora, "Stanhome C;" Captain ;" t more of a Pontlae with new style, new length and Pontiac-qulck. reflexes to match. You never knew cars *'

John Rudy Eckman C. Gibb, Miami, Sarasota"Spray, "Cozy Ill';' could be so beautiful, and so keenly alert" to your touch. This Is your year to drive a Wlde-Track-qulckl I 'II.

III;"*Warren Webster. Crystal River w M I ;
"Nakawadi VI;" and the "Barn- i .
"fin," Fort Lauderdale I If you have mechanical difficulty (
Yachttmcn from out of slate in or I flat tin on an expressway ,i'f,
dudal.S.\ B. Smith, Wilmington, move over to the
N. C., "Thor;" Ray Bulls; Union, shoulder of the highway. It Is ."t i I // -

dangerous to stay In i lane of ;, Ri ti ,h r '" ,I... "
One-third of Canada foreign high-speed!! moving( traffic waitIng I "", ... ; .
River.trade moves on the St. Lawrence for help 3-12 v i. '
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Invites you to inspect the title insurance t '/SK Pontiac Pontiac How does the success: car outdo Itself for 1965 Be ut 1ul1y, lust beautifully. But this Pontiac has no ;

rate schedules |Intention of gating by on looks alone though k could. So there's new quickness. Pontiac style Anew
now' in e lact.I nimbleness. New fuel savings. A smooth, oa&f Dew tides DOM a '65 Pontiac and see bow owe. :." fl' ,. .
If i success: leads to Ilftthef. jI
you are financing your acquisition 1"
of real estate, ask us for a quotation of< I 'N
the money-saving combination rate covering ,

Nicy policies for both your title as owner < \ ., ". .
o r and for your mortgage lender. ,, .
11110 lnsul' lICO No abstract: Is required for dctermina. .I Ji.
tlon of title and Insurability by the mod- P4 ,,/ :..' ,.d ....
era full-time .
plant operated title Inlurlance ;,I ,
underwriter agency The delay for ". '. Ka; "
in, of public record into abated ; i

I eliminated. Parties and their counwl.: ,' i l ,',
I I within two to four working '1//
know there their transaction stands i'f11/, '

wise on the basis of a firm title ln I 1 .r ,
." blnd<<. :yv; .
The insured title U the only taro title .. '00* Pontiac Tempest 4 Tempest's even more of a Pontiac now. and what more could car be than thitl The '65 Tempest "', '

Coniulti looks like a Pontiac as you can .... Rides Ike a Pontiac on Wide-Trlldt.. Goes Me a Pontiac. too: a ,
; ,'.',, 40-M six Is standard. Or you CM t get a quick V-8 up to 285 hp.You'i wonder bow we can keep the ,"Ii1 ,-. ,
Title Security Company "..' I r'1 price so low on ao nucfa cat.l .
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Jovyera TII10 1; w+'.."*,.
A- STUART FLORIDA ;: /n l IM w aoswtmu pee ows. SAMIO east t+CMJUM KSUMS. Mro soa+ st 0 tout aannsua MMHSM OUIDS '
w: 271 Ov-cob Avenue Telephone ..,,. ,'0 a' I ....

t LAWYERS P.O.fnlUThn Bus,* I.TITLE 1S8S......**INSURANCE Mwtl&ATtwilk Count COaTOftATIONRICHMOND. AnMr 7-iMl; to 1 <' ; 1 AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC t, ,. Inc. ,. !, x ;r b., ,

VIRGINIA ,i t 414 SOUTH FEDERAL lOGinVAY :: r.. a STUART I1.OIUDA. 1 sr !r:
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I Wildlife Honors for Youth Conservation, Striped Bass TIIE STUART (Florida) NEWS Hmnday, September, 24.1964 1-C

Stuart Chamber ton Coffee will be will elected.be served fcnmedi
I Stuart Men Get Governor AwardsTwo
Elects Monday atety before the business meeting.

Stuart are resident were -- : Stuart Chamber of Commerce:
IS 3 among ten award winners at the ed from a value of $2I.OOO.MX) a I.I thirty years ne -arid we will "ho mining' metalsand will hold i its annual general membership I
'' ; A At Florida WikUife FederalkxTj Scan 1 year in 1944 to $200,000,000 in I An__', wilderness .. 1'1'1 using" new device. to extract meeting on Monday. Sept. lwWm ,
i Foundation banquet at Tallahassee 1964, he said.Wider. Urgtty settled or food from the ocean. 28, at 10 a.m., in the community
1 on Saturday bight t. Sept. 19. room of The Pint National Bank
They were: Philip J. Samcck, of Sluart. Det et
1"I adult advisor! of the local Youth
Conservation group, and a director Straighter Roads All members are urged to attend VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
Youth Conservationactivities this important meeting, al
of SUM F.. Yw* r.,ante miles
including a youth camp which nominations from the floor we suva LUNCH
which has been established! in the will be accepted after the nominating
Corbctt Wildlife Area; and Ernest I Coming for Sewalls Point committee has given its re STUART DRUG CORP.
F. Lyons, editor of The Stuart '" L..... ll..tw. Dial AT r-111&I
Newt. port. A president, t"lice presidents THe nULL.e I
award was/ for the !- !, a treasurer and seven direc .
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successful! planting o f to widen and "ease! off" one of Point and the north entrance to drainage before the SRI) would
J striped bass in the St. Lucie River, .
i it a project suggested in his fishing the wont curves on Sewalls Point the Novitiate. undertake the project 'We' are now In our larger r '

column in The' Stuart Newt Road.! According to Bell the county Bell said he .it optimistic. about NBW QUARTERS .
In accepting the gold lapel pin According to County Cngineet hopes this project will be the first the entire project.t In the Uthoa '
and accorded in this SaltWater that wilt eventually ICe Sewalls Commission Building
plaque County chairman R .. \
Fred Bell county road crews will Suite 9, neki to he elevator &
Road widened 4
Point to twenty- Frank .
Conservation! Division, he \\acha Scwalh Point Vice
said: "All 1 furnished was the cut down four feet of the hill near eight feet and resurfaced "between Mayor John/ I Dickinson, and insurance
idea. The real work was done by St. Joseph'! Novitiate, widen the East Ocean Boulevard and State man Ralph Hartman' .have MERCHANTS
the Florida Conservation Or par road to twenty-eight feel, and re- Road 707 in Jensen Beach been working for considerable rtdI4JMARTIN
mcnt, which furnished ecollgicaldata surface the road for about a half- The remaining widening. and lime to obtain the rlght, -of-way for CREDIT BUREAU
the Game &. Fresh Water resurfacing job would be up to this. the half-mde stretch. Generally it r
Fish Commission! which assigned mile.All State Road Department. The has not been tows difficult, attics COUNTY LEADING CREDIT IIUIUtAU'"
James Lookadoo to head the pro, necessary right-of way for county would have to furnish" at most of the property owners have
ect and transported the mature the stretch has been obtained between least' a fifty.fllorlllhluf.-way, wanted the dangerous curve eliminated
Above Stuart Tackle
stripers from the Carolina*-an the town limits of Sewalb clear trees, and provide adequate or made Baler Shop
the seventy-five members of the -
Martin County Chapter of the
luuk Walton League, with their
Saving committee headed by Martin Hcu.
velmans, which raised the fund ? '
the Ibeautiful for 65
to buy them and helped plant now shapes
the bass."

Both Mrs. Sameck and Mrs Ly ..
Can ons were present at the awards;
dinner which wise the cKmii o If .
the Florida Wildlife Federation
I year Representing Governor Far (
ns Bryant in the presentation ceremony
was State Geologist Robert 'I
MakeIt Vernon.He .
presented the major trophy
for the past year to Herbert L oar
Alley of Tavcrnicr, who helped
establish! the John Pennckam
Coral. Reef State Park in the Kevs
Others given state awards for
j' their contribution in specific conIlerViition i
fields included:
4.So Lowell Harris, Hague, juniorconservationist
; Charles Water .H
man, DcLand, outdoor writer; .1'1).)
: Mrs. Dolores Ruiledge, DcUnd, 'br CAreeta fripala'pare Jwkm ...r'
0'0rWhether ; educator; Emory Stokes, Bryceville,
forestry; Thomas Maxwell, Quincy -
soil and water: Lee PinkraU, Clie...va.. ,. Ii, !anger. terror wllff-wllh romf.u tliatll Inntrnmrnt panel. tlmlli. a fcmTfwatJon pJec*. In .""<*" '.

fish Gainesville, and the, game North and Florida fresh Amateur wale- 4L'. ",. ., Lace litany an ell|H-nwve ear wondering( wby It fact, just about every tiling's new rlgll down to Ch.r .

Retriever Club of PensacoU 1 .I. a dldo'l think of them Crab More sliouMrr room, tin roa
for club public relations.Dr. lfI, ,..,.., UUI' mutol kg teen up touU Curved a1alo ,-w.wlU,, au clan Jet-emuuth, dote U suiuoUicr tlau crew : } +
You Want To Vernon, in hit talk which t' :t"I
followed the presentations wa ;, '
Retire Relax pessimistic about the future. He irawta 'rM" ; ,
or to simply saw little or no hope for the abatement '/1' "
of erosion on our coasts, .
"The sea," he declared, "is ruing "
a Regular Savings "
at The rate of two and; t1I1e--

Program with Us will, half by feet the a melting century,of probably the Ice caused .cup ... w .,y,. ,. .. _. '".,
at the Polos. V-. aarwaranaw 4 vs, ..t'1'
However, he emphasized that
your problems the fart-expanding population of
the,world may find In the sea the
answer to its problem of fait sa.raarrarra'GS
dwindling natural resources.

There are vast untapped resources <-
of food, phosphates, manganese
Savings Free You from silver and gold in the
sea, he declared, and in the next
century man will begin tapping diet.it.a1ta17w Sups.JJat Coepe
Financial Build
Worry them. "He mutt' either restrict the
birth rate or find new resources"
Your Dr. Vernon declared.In 11 liIJ..IJ..n Rene, .D that nude CJ wS. AmrrlrtV most Y$power' tLat91 mal.aul' tldnk we stole some oftuiulaf
Savings at coming decade, h e said,, ....,.. ; | DOW-ILaal far-|/lue none now .urprUe*. Cac.wistuffaLWhweJl4AUtulJGra.agbrea'I .

oceanographers and other marine 78.,11''.' i it!!"!r.' Iii there cleaner,Loldet! II...,.. Tile tU silkjr way we available. from a jiQltUi/alxlo a U that COOK* a ...
FEDERAL Where "scientists will be in great demand.*,. .l ,. .,.,.. Uf. & aort44 alma o"tlLuJ""l'l'LacrlNl' : Ll.JA. au :300LuuoaUouj.
1 hey can write their own tickets, r "
he said, in urging these! fields for /.
youth careers. .,

Florida's greatest asset, he laid, i'1' .ealnl
Is Its fresh water supply, but wi /1'.s
are now coming to the stage of a.
growth where we must' learn ,not 1r ,
to pollute it and find means lo

' You 'Will i % conserve it. 9pM t
, V -Florida send some 40.000-
n' 000,000 gallons of fresh" water a r
day lo sea." he said. "We waste I ? ,..._ n r
more than twice what we use. Of lit ri anyWf

our fifty-two inches of rainfall annually '
thirty-fline inches goes back a
to the ocean.
PER ANNUM Florida mineral production.
Including phosphates, rare clays a
and sands, and tome oil has soar- s tadtyaS1wa L1AvSJw I '


Two Charged In C1e'''''. H It ale 1 Le |1"-" ei|>..-..-.at looking thrift fat ttflftt a saw rang .( ..(<-, .sra-lu. <,...| a are.

you'" Mol 'Jill 00. Hut iliriflr It k 'JU tig 3
Visit Us Today Car AccidentsDamage 11flI.it!t iliffflrmre bring that f dirty II', sniirvtl.u. nm.hanyou money wa the .laM tlJng we Lad. l .la s""Wif

fa' U6 iral eflwirnry' now wear t uVlxuis stew luuk Awl k weren't fur thai rITW ..-. sikker: on ten wlruLaw.
estimated at $1.000 .I !
was sustained by four can involved
in 'two city traffic accidents: I
Thursday, Sept 17, but no in-
juries were reported.
EDEDL At 9:15: IJII.. a car driven by .
Howard. Burton Lee of Stuart
driving north on U 5. i, struck \! ..
the car driven by $!rs. Nellie Ar- ,'
I mantrout Korpi of Jensen Beach.at e t n. ... w .. '
{ U. S. 1 South of Colorado Avenue the latter vehicle was crosung : : -.. .*
the fedcial! highway at North Rivet 1ItI."

i ..
Patrolman Billy Clew! charged
Mrs.:; Korpt with careless. driving. ) 6 -T
I Its failing to yield the rightofway.Daman .
Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to the Lee wes
ertimaled at $200 and 10c UM Kor< fiepale? Goa tPt Grp.
Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. .A pi car at SJOO.AII0:2J .

Patrolman Prank .
Closed Saturday Ziemh charged p.m.Leonard W. Mao Co.." tit fa tpnrt with n IatmiiM% gall% tfme*r np to 1M Lp .r !lil>b h tLe new'Girmi';

i kereth of Bedford Pa., with di*. .....' 'i 7t Lagrr." _IW drip. give aU| da | MwkU a "ri *, up la 1 W lip U tttt J/wue) aaJ 200 9etk*,

obeying kereth's a traffic had signal run a after red Mac-light 1'I1ar aeu6. ,*?: fcarJt.p roof along witb ....... shoulder aa
M U. 3.ear I and Colorado. Avenue S/ V.PitanUmca r uu. Au4, la IP nidi UM. uckf leek i utuive. steering sal a nstet aura aUuob .
ring the car drive by jerry I 1 I
E. Everett of Stuart who wan
surfing out on a green light Dan See H beautiful' for 'tJ."S-l7I"r.ol"t. Cleflr"II, It Corr.lr.te Care.fl.-aJ' d.tal- .'
age to the Mackeredi car was estimated _.. .-. -.-thapt---.-. ---- Chien.. -- .. .-. .-year--.----r- .., ...
at 1100, nut 10 the Ever *
sate vetucle al MOO. r 09 IIJI

Gambling s> l9ff0&iOJXannual \ :
tavfrre ........ lea the U. $

FLORIDA Sailfish Capital of the !World{ S.QJX.I i w penone enmaiedi have although filed. only as" BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANY !

t gaoiMurt) since; 1951, .... the
,I umtnrncnt started hwnng gamMMJ -
,li: I tUmps I DIAL ATlwik .J1JJ lftyRl r COLORADO AVCNL'KI :'


THE STUART (CHa.) NEWS Thursday, September 24. 1964 New Hunting RegulationsAlso

"' .II J J !:>.A'-IH' ..A>._. "JJII* ( ,
i ing Section Provide Information

,_ ,_, __,_ Sportsmen will find that Flori.da' $7,V): resident county <_ 1'1"?,
rules and regulatiom dent other than home count
Note: The inuuetion. figure George Walker to Richard Stott: new hurting -resident! .
.Ivan below.. estimated from look and pro'vide $4.50: non al1J1u.I.i I. 'II
lute revenue (UMM "Milted ta Jr. Lots 2046, 2047 and 2048, RECENT BUILDING PERMITS have a new nonresident ten-day S'I) the deed at literate of loanti .. block 66, Olympia Plat No.4. public hunting I informationM '''
per in..*. In aaee wherecoiulitortttM $700. well M hunting regulations !dent and nan'!'esident for It"" I[

.* rallnqulefemeat" \s Bomjnel of irueiee uoh Lawrence W. Kiefer Jr to LouisE (Mpt. 11 to 18)) The new regulations are svailaWe I ing on licensed hunting prcscr ,

hips' P er ahMt etaattar*. asses>an Indicate mandatory authorized license agenu.Aeoopding .
a > minimum Sound. $400Kremscr and their
110* value. Then are lanunco* Aldrich ----' --- :
where OHM* Land Corporation to City Stuart to A. D.
on an rtll.I": so r.ud Austin! Corn well. Lot I, block 18 director Game and Fresh Water
value of a tnumfer 'but pertodlcaltpycewpp.ll.Va Complete
I \ orricelnveetn section 3, Hibiscus Park Subdi- Walter We 909 East Sixth Street None Patio IIttb S 300 Fish Csw i !8ion. the new hunt

wblob >0 np 1i *tynpu vote appear cam tohae In VMJOR $1,800. Mack y. Jordan 316 Oriole Avenue None( Residence 11.000 Ing regulation were Magazine adapted from and I AatoDlotl"

keen. pinnM The New tkm takaa the taxwarranted. no John J. Maloney to Francis P. Newt f hale 607 East Sixth Street None f Remodel 1,000R. the Florida Wildlife illustrations of the
Burke. Lots 18, 19 and 20, block : ;.. '.. \ include color
011I. : .r'
.4 rmponilbftltr valuation. for tb eatlmat- 3, Scwall Point Land Company H. Lear 913 New Prov1Jence Road Same .i '" r Residence 12,000Wilson more popular game bird and Repairs

Subdivision of Hanson 0 ran t. McClure 409 South Federal Highway Shelspard, I. Paving 2.500H. animals
Miller Lillian G. Smith. t
Polly $100 Bielicki 423 South Federal Highway Sheppareft Paving! 750 The new sixteen-page publication -i
Lot 116.I Coral Garden Plat No.
\ l statewide
1. $5000 Roger M. Skillman to Robert Southern Bell 423 South Federal Highway Killahrw r Telephone booth 400 provKles general and migratory Chason's Garage
E. Wells. Property in lots 20 and regulation for both native
Coral I Gardens Construction and Dial AT 7.2311
21. Rocky Point Highlands $1 ir Martin County i game and information .
Atdrew 800 location of the thirty wildlife management 1EKVICE FOR SAFETY

Roger M. Skillman to Edward Inlet Tides Port Sewall Jim Jdinaford Dock 950 areas!; information on 41S-41S wife F4ml Hlho.rilesiway
River Point. $11,000
L. Pitts lot 37, amend. special hunts plus detailed map -- ,
Property in lank Residence 13.000 -- '---
Thomas J. Beias Skyline llcights Forabcfg)
Q. D. Reddish et at to Keith ed of St. Lucie Inlet Harbor. and regulations of the five Florida
Mitchell Property in tract 2 and $3000 plat Minute Maid Corporation Jndiantown Martinique Construction, Inc:. Residence 7,000 conservation districts, is designed -

1. block JO, St Lucic Inlet Farms. C. B. Arbogast Jr. to East Shore Professional Building 'nc. Jensen Highlands, First Addition Carl Pauly Addition 1,800 for easy reference by sportsmen

$booo. Constructors, Inc. Lots 19 and Mrs R. Bohner ben R. Merrell Yacht Club Beach, Hutch. N. None Beach cottage 9,1" Trapping seasons and regulations
Prank Edward Glass et al to W. I 20 block 3. Golden Gate. 2400. John Winkler Coral Gardens Coral Gardens Construction Co. Residence 9.000John are also included in thenew Y Yto

J Griffin. Lot 43, 44 and 45, H Martha Schwartz to East Shore W. Cassidy St. Luck Shorn None Addition 300 publication
W Bessey Addition to the. Townof Constructors Inc An undivided Aldrich reminded hunters that
Stuart, $12000 onejialf interest in lots 57 and Frank Williams Skyline Heights None( Screened patio 200 they may now obtain the new wash 'cm

C. W. Cuthbert to John Joeph I 58, block 3, Golden Gate. 1300. Mrs. Smith Monterey None Addition 200 1964-65 hunting license at office .

Gentile Lot 5, 4i and 7, Mock : Estate of Marcia Shenner Egan, of all county judges and license
4A, and lots 1 and 2, block 9, : deceased, to East Shore Constructor agents. Regulations require a huntIng -
Palm Lake Park Subdivision $6- Inc. An undivided one-haalf license to take any type game'
800() interest in lots 57 and 58, block An Unpretentious Waterfront Home or fur-bearing animal at any time

Coral I Garden Construction 2, Golden Gate. '$1,200. of the year.License .

Company, Inc to Charles Mack: South/ Fork ,Ranch Inc to Elaa- fees!! are: resident state
.both c_ Fmlev and Elfm T J in-
Lot 81), Coral Garden! Subdivi ralrurwwarraraRRRRr
stun, plat 1, $1.800. Icy.: P"oPeriy'ij" ;. Tropical :;; r. VIpWy
John Santarsiero to Faye June Fruit Farm $1.200. The first group of figure I Tops In Design
Santarsiero. Property in tract 9, Robert F Me Roberts! Jr.. Individually j In the house number represents
and a* trustee to Eliesbeth the square feet of livs-
Fruit Farms $100.
0 Tropical Nathan Gilman to Lawrence M C. Finley and Effie T. Fin- I able area in the liouse (The I Ie KINGSIGNS
Oilman An undivided three ley. Property m lot 12, Tropical other group I I. an office number .
Fruit Farm. $100. .) According to Jan Reinbcr '
fourths interest in in sec
property Elizabeth C. Finley et al to South .) Consult a local contractor
tion 16, township 38 S., range 41 .
E. $100. Fork Ranch, Inc, Property in lot for an estimate of

Helen Matousek to Lawrence I 12, Tropical Fruit Farm. $3,800. building costs.
John Wesley Carlisle to Robert :
M. Gilman. An undivided one- '
P. McRohcrtt Jr Property In lot
fourth interest in property in sec'ion t
( 16 township 38 C, range 41 i 12, Tropical Fruit Farms. $7,000. By JAN REINtJl: NEON SPECIALISTSFort dons.
E $6,300. Mom No 930-97

Bernard A. Silverman to Charles I When a northern citizen, thinkng Pierce HOward 4-1399 @
Kiefer and Ethel M. Kiefer as Dickerson Gets .
of retiring, reads in his newspapers An electric dishwasher
joint tenants with full rights of I Road ContractsTwo about wonderful 'waterfront( will scrub, wash
survivorship and not a* tenant in I Iota in Florida( more likely than and sanitize them much
common. Lots 2, 9 and 10, block AND CONSTRUCTION:
contracts totaling $5300 not he imagines a green patch of
better,easier end cheaper
R; lots 4, 5 and 9, block P, and have been awarded Dickerson': land shaded by live oaks (hung rooms and the large rear room*. t en. The 8 by 8-foot kitchen hasa than with
Lots 8 and 9, Block N Kobe N .O.CNJDsesn 4 you can your
Inc., of Stuart for work on county ", with Spanish moss) and overlook- One enter the living room froma U-shaped counter with ample L1' ', hands. See dealer
Heights. $12,000 rp"ds by, the Martin Courtly lag the ocean or a romantic bayou. rain-prpteptcd stoop which i II room for the rnnlt-m range (R) your
John Rahmma to Johnny Spencer today.
Commission. After personal inspection and handy to the carport.. A 3 foot
:Tract 43, Saleroo Small farms., One contract I Is for $3.600 for pricing; 0 f available waterfront wide coat closet (CI) it }just left of (with fan over it), the refrigerator It) kt
$'..000. I work on Venus Avenue, West Cocoanut lomeeites, the prospective Florida\ this door and a 3-foot.wide jalpusie (RF), the double sink under the .; t l ) .
M A Beastey) John- Henry and Rarity Boulevard, all. resident may readjust h i II day. window (for cross-ventila window, and generous work space. ItVINfl a seat r"'I lflameleaf
Davis Lot 18 and 19, Mock 2), In Hobo Sound dream to a of filled tion) t. the right The second outside Wall cahinets are shown dotted. )' 6J { (
New Monrovia Subdivision, and The other contract, for pavingof land facing a matllieCf' a some door, located on the oppositewall The !kitchen Is convenient to the Wi'wJBtDROOM M R. C. LINDSEY'' .,Now OsIAeal,THAN
that part of government lot 4, sec Ocean View Circle Jensen what less pretentious home than doubles as a aervice door, porch for summer dining or snacks. : -, INSURED
tion 30, township 38 S, range 42 Beach, i is for $!.900() le "had originally hopedperhal"Hom. due to i Us proximity to the kitchen. For greatest economy of plumb tATN LlcfiiD!;;::; '
E lying west of the Florida East $10000Home Among the desirable features of ing installation, the sink and the >r 1 I' PLUMBING OIAL ann CONTRACTOR flORIDUOWI I I UIG8t f toMP J

Coast Railroad ri8 t-of-wlY. $100. Auction No. 930-S7 has been designed the are the two 8-foot. bathroom fixtures are placedhacktoback" I -
wide siding doors which The toilet is the 'I'
for such a need. Though .J
PAINTS HARDWARE Local Kiwanians modest in size, this 930-equare-<) from the R by 24-foot screened wall-hung type and the washbasinIs SIDSOO
'* At this line the gently riving built into a small vanity with ... e. .
Atlantic 7-03$yOalvanteW Foot design Is by no mean a min- porch iuflIJt11wIN413se
) Stuart Kiwanis Club will hold below. The 48 inch-
Imum house. The L- haped IIvln,. ceiling Is almost 9'/i' feet high storage space .
,.*. Its third annual Kiwanis Radio dining area i Is generously sized and this height is dramatized at wide linen closet (IL) is handy to. lions. All interior are finished in

.........., ewaas' Auction on Monday and Tuesday ([see dimension on plan). However night by a 24foot-long band cf the bathroom and bedrooms and I. plaster and exterior in stucco
t Oct. 19-20 (Indirect light mounted in one unInterrupted has floor-to-ceiling bifold
fI to keep the building cost The shed roof is topped with white
Five Cut will be Installedfor for
Eight phones complete access
line above the two
bids. Fund raised to a minimum, the house i ia a simple I marble chips (for greatest heat insulation Motors Rewound
TeSk.UkEtMtrle answering Each bedroom is
sliding doors. a corner room
(24 3SH feet)
will go to the club's youth activ- rectangle with three awnin-type aluminum ) and additional insulation S Home Wiring & Outlets
SuvoIlMMotor topped by s shed roof, the cheapest In the "L" just outside, the kitchen
BnukM F.r Black. A DeolnrSkill. (ties and underprivileged chitdren't roof construction! but .one II I the 8 by 9-foot dining area. windows on two walls and five I. I la specified between the heavy Water
Pow Cakle end Otk. >. fundsAccording. which allows gradation of ceiling A 3'inch-wlde( china closet is located feet of closets with bifold doors. wooden rafters. The 4-inch-thick Repairs
INDIAN RIVER SALES to William A Ought-netted lielght between the small front at the entrance to the kitch-! The doors could be louvered for floor slab i il reinforced with weld- OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
Orson, secretary, the club constant air circulation (if the
ed wire mesh poured over
On North
Ts.er'ean IL MHe: lightly over $3,000) from its past house is air-conditioned) or solid solidly compacted fill and a solid

two auction. (if mildew preventive measuresare vapor barner. The floor are

Hurricane Soaking contemplated). terrazzo or resilient tile. Heating ClEOHIGBEE

HeatJcot0Nursiries\ METAL Back of the carport, and adjacent is electric, with radiant coil built
to the porch, IB a J1/4 by Into the plaster ceilings and thermostaticaily .
w. An Workers to Metal 6-foot utility room with outlets controlled.

IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Could Bleach Lawn for water heater and laundry appliances Plans for Home No. 930-97( were
Architect Designed Landscaping. WE CAN MAKE IT LN). Next to it another drawn by architect Jan Reiner

I Oriental Dabs A Specialty. 3 by 3-foot storage closet opens author of Florida Homes. (This ELECTRIC
Complete Hue of Ornamental from the porch. publication is available at Vals
By HFRVFV SHARPE us and plant food, moisture and
Plant MaterIaL ".,.. India !i1 shade are condition( that make Home No. 930-97( is of slab- Book Shop or by mailing $1 1 to

River Am" Oldest landscape Many ladies are suspected of violets happy If you already have on .grade masonry constructionwith 10U() )-Fifty-second Street North, 327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744
Nursery Oar 38th Year" Turn blenching their hair blond in search \'Iolell. then divide them now and wood.framed interior parti- St Petersburg 10. FU.)

Right oft UA 1 at Undoley STUART PLUMBING ot beauty. Florida hurricane are the perfumed little flower will
Lumber ka. Fort Fierce rbos 8t METAL WORKS no different. But tince they haveno peep out from durk green leave
hair, it be that they takeout
HOward 1-3332. ... ant ATVwUe' t-om SMeHtE their wrath may lawn and from December until May.
on your Sweet pea it another flower
-- --- ---- -- -
------ gave it a color rinse with rain water
suggestion The winter flowerin
varieties if planted now, will
So inspect your town now. It bloom by Christmas.

may be losing its lush green color Plant sweet pea seed in trench! Want houseful of
because of a soaking by a windy a
of rich, organic soil that has been
REl1 lady sterilized and treated against dampIng -
Centipede grass Is often the first -otf. Frequent cutting of the
to lake on a yellow cast following blooms Is necessary to prevent summertime? Phone
a heavy leaching. You can restore formation of seedpod which will
F 1 the green color by spraying the reduce the flowering{ period.

iras with an iron sulfate solu- As a border plant. for azalea \

ROWELL FURNITURE CO. tion. try straw"birry plants. The berry 287-2757 w'i
Apply a spray mixture of two bushes lab the acid azalea soil i .+ ..
teaipoonsful' of the iron compound and will thrive. The dark greenleaves h
DW AT 7.0804 We Ch Geld Bond Stamp per three gallons! .f water per fifty white blossoms with cream. Oil! t

------ --.- -_.. -- ----- ,- -- -... -- --,- -- -- square feet o t lawn area C.btIilJ-( adored eyes and tart red berries for Standard Heating ,
eU iron products also! arc recommended will pay for your efforts of growing .: s
for coloring up la 1 W D the plants. ?

grasses Camellia& and azalea flower buds
AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE Lawns with a dull green color should \be formed by now. Inspect One easy telephone call-and you'reassured

will also! snap to life spin( withIn them carefully for signs of bud of Standard's dependable '

application of fertiliier Apply browning This indicates a fungus 1'.
about twenty-five pound of 6-64 which will cause the buds to drop. delivery service. And that means a ;

(NPk) fertilizer per 1.000 square If discovered' control the disease house full of sunny, relaxing warmthall 0 4
feet of with w
grasSprinkle a fungicide
the plant food evenly This i Is about the last time you winter. A house where the

for ,EVERYONE over the lawn, then water In to can use an oil emulsion spray for family bloom, and guests beam! '" .J "y

,.. prevent the grass from being burned scale control on camellias and
eo by the caustic plans food eta aralea" before cold weather sets in. Standard Heating Oil is uniformly a,

mel lo U youll add a little hndane or clean-burning- e. And our home
Dont became alarmed if you arsenate of lead solution
to the soil -
discover earwigs deliveries are as dependable as the oil j ,,.
your :
: ;: you wilt control leaf-cutting ''
NO A number of owners : Insects at the same lime. itself. So phone toe a fill-up today.
reported .
These vicious looking little insects '
may startle roe. However Building Permits Daniel W. McClure, AGENT t )

the conspicuous: pair 01 honks at
TURKDOWNSWant the\' end of their abdomen are Total Stuart, Florida
barm '*. They do not I live up tohe $$69,575

in trw tat.Earwip. ': Permits for five residences anda STANDARD .
to know more? Call now. are commonly found beach cottage were among the k
beneath! boards, in wood piles under sixteen building permits issued in OIL,2d'
kave and other plant mater Martin County last week forK a
W.. They become MMSCIOUS' .ta *i ot f oths.
well-kept lawns. Earwigs are largely Seven pennies tamed' l II r t k JF tabs better cart ofyourcoatft acv' i.

Reardon scavenger' feeding on dead and City of Stuart building inspector' ,
decaying organic matter They totaled $27.950; nine issued by the _
rarely damage plants. county inspector totaled S-4I,62S.
In the event you find earwigs _

INSTANCE AGENCY are becoming a nuisaace, oomrd The United Nations duMren
them with chlenUne or toaaphene.AJsnoel Fobs resorts that it sold 32.000.-
Stuart AT 7-3262 evervcM tows s'tIe, QUO grtcimg cart atouoel the t
t Krueger Building, so by your luck at growing them. world and cleared an estimated w
Aa acid sal, svufc !jfcuty U hum- 1900.000 oa them la ,,.3. I


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T trM HE I STL N_aRT (ITarldaAuvs TMedsf,5rrtawbw 31.14 3C purp et.. In the case ofnrntt. tlien rtg. mensblr III the first clam to ifnI!.
I Trailer Zoning Rules fttM Zcnhg Board of Api +$ae1 Hw new wv nty-ntne-
'Israkd" .ball. shntrlle". resauW eampu in Chestnut
Due for Amendment I I TIM comminion alto pw4eJ, Hm.. sown mile clout to Baton
I "MM. Perry M an alarms of PintMxnor -
color I mlpllllhowin, Kobe Sound
I Martfe C eunt.nl.trailtr --- .. _- -- I re-utn jitg. The oommiMMon Uthk! Junior College
i the Ji Muaaion the nw Ming
rI -'" zoning nb* ww rtgtilaiiont weaameiMM on mow than one street a front I[ :until: ore( Ih'H>b. Sound Ac JOHN W. THOMAS
m their entirety "by MarI yard *11Ie\ required\ on each i: VKiati: MI could study the maps AT GREAT LAKKS
0 i
:; tin CMHMP Planning' and 'Zoning
::4- '; : ComMMqn ft a reyuliir meeijThuptffyVSepl Meet, and each front lard stall i John W. 1'MMM.'enlcen..
17 conform" to the fronturd requirements IOIISK PMXIVN ton of Mr. and Mr*. Pant t A.
The! only change front the regulation of Iheoning district i n I ,\I'I "IMMANOR: NOW Thomas of Cabana Point Stuart.
I prevto "wrfy advertised .ndreported I whieh the lol is located. In thecane i Bin iiiKj IfHiitc Pitman daugh hat begun basic" training at t the
,. I was a reduction of the of a platted kit ol record I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton S. Naval framing Center. C, rest
I mMiwwn tot SIze from ,.OOI ( the date of coning 1 the Pcrrof /80H Weir Street Stuart lakes 111. The nme-weck training
I squall fiat to MUM square ftel. I II ward wt buck on the hunger i hutImveU. in Wellesley" Ma" to'I inclusion naval orientation history.
The change: in kit sire pained hot line thnll t be the maximum attcrt Pine Manor Junior College, and ornnililtion.Camun.hip., ordnance
I over the protest of I the North Hoh\ powiibla that Mill permit n-avin- I: a pr''\'ale. 10-5 ear liberal am col- and gunnery, military drill,
_1 'k I Sound Association which went on able use of the lot for building, ---lego. for women. She will \he a'' first aid and survival
I record officially as opposing the ----
lot MM reduction.
1 The only other person at the
a .a meeting who appeared unhappy I Make us yourHEADQUARTERS

'. r eL ''with the new regulations was W.
J. Leonard of Hobe Sound, who
applied in May for a permit for a '
mobile home subdivision on the
I west aide of AlA I just north of
Seventh Street in Hobe! Sound.
I When Leonard applied for hit
For all National ttraml
permit tho county a.Jvhillt, '
I that it was in the process of changing -
trailer regulations and that I,
1 the permit would not be approved OFFICE EQlTIPMUNT, [

L +I I final.Following\ until the new regulation Mere I I'URNITURI?, MACIIINIiS, ,; .1.I

adoption' of the regulations
Thursday night Leonard! ,
angrily withdrew his. application i

{1 t 11 kipr ; ;4' ; for a permit unclear exact I

a err q' r fJt ly what Leonard objected to, his 11'e have surh famous names as
interest at previous meetings centered I
\ I # .& 1JfifM Innw ', i.', JL .' ,15l_ !] around the requirement of ART IHTALSTEEI.4
central sewage and water treat.
I THE UMAIE CORNET SECTION of the Marching Tigers Howard Robert Ncthery. Dennis Kendall Jeff Luce. Gordon ment systems approved in the new tASTER
comprises left to right: Mark Finch, Randy Sonntag, David McDonald Tom BooN, Walter Eichen and Bob Snipes resident-trailer regulations.
.. ---- ---- ,
----- 1 he regulations net out ten
---- -- -- -- ----- --- -- ---- new / COLE STIiliL

I Register By Oct. 3 For Nov. 3 ElectionCitizens major) *.Items The of resident-trailer governing rule arc the virtually subdivision establishment COSCO CHAIRSnURROUGHS '

tho same as true in effect for
who expect to vote trader 'rr"
in the general election on Nov. 3 3 if h. becomes twenty-one as lateas be made at any time. The voter I by 5 p.m. the day before election rule govern uses permit. SMITH I CORONA
should check with the Martin Oct 2. will receive an application form In Martin County, the Provisional eel; required butlers: required I PARKHR PKNSand
County Supervisor! of Registration The registering ot voters is done from the supervisor of regiMes League of Women Voton utiliiev: recreation area 3 percent
only at Ihe supervisors office in Is taking an active part in getting' of tho gross area; requiredarea all the others
Mrs. Zola Blllke lee, to be lion in his home county. This is .
the courthouse annex. On alter eligible citizens to register, This (a ten-acre minimum); minimum
lure their names are on the books. the books in the to be filled out. notarized and organization is headed by Mrs.Dennis : lot we; minimum yard requirements
Persons not registered have until nate precincts years for the convenience are of, returned promptly to insure delivery Hudson Jr. I ; yard encroachment; Open Daily 8 to 5:30: Sat. 8 to 2 p.m. Dial 281.1345STUART

5 p.m. Oct. J to do so. To be voters.A of the ballot. The league will provide speak fences and walls and plat approv
eligible to register, a person must person living In Martin County The last date for applying for ers to give non-partisan talks during I
have reached the age of twenty less t than the required six absentee ballots is the Thursday October on the pros and cons I al.The commission also ''voted to OFFICE SUPPLY
one; have lived in Florida at least months" who is registered elsewhere before the Tuesday of the of the amendments to the Stale' "hold a puhlic hearing at in next
one year and in toe county for ; in the slate or in another election. The date this year is Cojvditution. Any : I In I I meeting Oct. 22. on a requirement .
six months state, may vote by absentee bal., Oct. 29.Absentee. the county that oucrlhkrl:; governing lots fronting on
A young person who has livedin lot.Mrs. I ballots must be in the a speaker is requested to contact more than one stead.t !. 727 COLORADO A VH": Near Kindred's, STUART
Florida and Martin County the Blakeslce said that applications office of the supervisor of registration Mrs. Hudson :! III, or Mrs f,I r he regulation to !If aired I
required time may register Oct _for absentee .ballots may,' of the voter's home. county M._ W_.Kor at-546-4711 states: 'In MM of lots which abut" --- .-. .
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-- Publibbed every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard Stray Rooster I IIt
Florida r
Stuart, County,
second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida The opinions expressed are those
Entered :
May Be His I of the writers. If desired, lettersare
r MEMBER OF: \ printed :above: a nom de plume
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The News knowing
the name of the writer Letters ,
OTHER day I rescued a Daddylonglegs sent in anonymously are filed .
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS from the bathtub without hurtingit In the waste basket The Editor.
and this Is a difficult procedure., Those
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS, Editor fragile spiders are so delicate that /bu cannot LIKED: COVERAGE :
lift them out But here's a tip for Daddy- OF STORM CLEO;

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two year longlegs rescuers: place four or five feet of Editor Stuart News:
$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these ratci.) toilet paper down Into the tub and over the For days Mrs Evcnstad and I t c 6R
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, side and then walk away. From then on, it'* wondered what that nasty gal Cleo
Six months $2.7j, three months $1.75. up to the spider. had done to Stuart and the Jensen i '
Beach None of the ep
Foreign and Canadian rates on application area. many
I stories we read in Chicago papers
A DIFFERENT technique i ill necessary to gave any answers. e 1
get ants out of the wash-basin before: you But yesterday we got the full
shave Rap against the porcelain with a sharp story when a copy of The Stuart Lef
Two Conservation AwardsFlorida object Keep this up long enough and the News of Sept. 3, sent to us by Jen
ants will finally) leave in disgust. If they don't, sen Beach friends, arrived.
shave in the kitchen sink And what a beautiful job of
is a big siute. It has a populationnow We know of no other community anywherein newspapering. Your three pages
estimated well above six million persons. Florida in which so many people are joinedfor OCCASIONALLY a dragonfly. a large of pictures, plus run of paper photos

It has hundreds of town, communities and the protection and the wise use of the moth or a chameleon gets into the house. It were were excellent a knockout and complete, tho stories and

cities. natural resources. requires dexterity to return these to their your column on "Why People Like
So when two men from Stuart were selected There are the Uaak Walton League, the natural habitat. Wait until they are settled Our Hurricanes" was tops.
to be among the ten recipients of Gover St. Lucie-lndian Rivers Restoration League, down, walk up slowly and swoop down witha Congratulations to you and your
nor's Awards for Conservation: at Tallahasseeon the Youth Conservation Club, the Auduhon handful of Kleenex. staff on a real professional job.
Saturday night, it spotlighted not so much Society, the U. S. Soil Conservation Service, (These comments come from an
the men as their community.Both Stuart Sailfish Club, Stuart Garden Club, MINE is the code of the desert. Once old hand in the business. I retired
Phil Sameck, who was honored for Stuart Woman's Club, other garden clubs and anything has eaten of your salt in your tent, a couple years ago as assistant -
youth conservation work, and Ernest Lyons, women's clubs in nearby communities! Cub it is under your protection. This Arabian code managing editor of Chicago's
who received, the suit water conservation Scouts, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, all iden- has caused me no end of trouble throughthe !! American after more than forty
award, were backed up by many other volun tified in one way or another with conservation. years but In return it has given me a years Needless in the to business.) read the
teer workers in all fields here. This is a matter on which we can all be vain sense of magnamity. To be kind to the from "kiver say,to we kiver," even
The fact that one-fifth of the awards given proud. Thank you, Governor Bryant, and lesser creatures is the greatest human vanity, the paper filler item saying Large malo
by Governor Farris Bryant for 1964 came Florida Wildlife Association-Sears Founda and dangerous if carried too far. lions weigh up to 5XX( () pounds!
to the Stuart area is a real tribute to this part tion which jointly sponsored the awards, for Any kin? ,

of Florida, which is outstanding statewide for pointing through your actions to Florida's THERE WAS the case of the rat. We had So, yesterday was a sort of Stu.
its widely organized conservation activities. most conservation-minded community. never had a rat'in our house until one nightwe art-Jensen Beach day at our house
I were awakened by the unmistakable sound for after reading The Stuart News
of gnawing outside the kitchen. I pounded on we wound up the day watching
the inner wall It went away. I went to sleep.It t the excellent Frances Langford
Points Inlet ;
Two Powerful at Hearing
show on CBS. ui V
gnawed again. I awoke and pounded on
the wall again. I went to sleep. Mr E. and I are returning for
Ij our third winter in Jensen Beach
Value of Human Life Is Ignored; THE RAT got in the house I found the starting Nov 1. On our return
I'd like to drop in for a chat. I
hole. I thought of all sorts of things. A pieceof Y
did Remember?
meet you once.
Seashore Erosion Is Not 'Local'f tin could be nailed across the hole, but And ir> to keep those mulleta
then who could tell whether inside pia et "
.. the rat was runnin'f! I'd like to get me a 6
or outside? It proved that it was inside by snook.
Two points! of more'' thanschsualtnterestwere dike built around the south shore of- Lake gnawing on a bar of soap in the kitchen Very sincerely i t
raised at the recent meeting of Congress/ Okcecholiee after the 1928 hurricane The window. Paul I I. Evenstad
man Paul Rogers and Colonel H. R. Parfitt bodies of storm wave victims in the sawgrasswere 19)3 Maple ood Road

with local citizens! Interested in securing' reason enough. WE thought about poison, but who wants Northbrook, III.

safer inlet. The other point was made by Admiral to poison anything? Then we discussed a rat- Dear Mr. EvanMad:

They were good points, despite the fact Richard Tuggle, town manager of Jupiter trap.'but who wants to hurt a creature that Our stuff got a bang out of your
K that questions they. raised! went unanswered. 1 Island, He questioned why the Engineer Corps has only been eating soup? Then I had a letter. We'll all be happy to see
." were advanced by Jupiter Jslanders.I regarded anti-erosion works at St. Lucia Inlet brilliant Idea I cut a bolo in a cardboard you when you and Mrs. Evenstad
Nathaniel P. Reed pointed out that the ss purely a local problem, assessing their entire typewriter paper box just big enough for a rat return this fall. Can't promise any
saving.; of one life would justify all the moneyspent costs to Martin County on the theory to get into, put the bur of soap inside the box thing on that snook situation sinless
for the improvement and that the main that Martin County would get (the full benefits and placed the box in the window, you can figure some way to
'reason for the project appeared to be overlooked from them. get Tiny Hopkins away from
,w in the mass of "economic justifica Admiral Tuggle made it clear that the EVERY NIGHT about midnight I walked snook-catching and back to house- A BOY AND A WHOPPER. Robert Peck, twelve, who lives at 145 Riverview Drive, Stuart, wen?
'!ton', for 'federal and local sharing advanced erosion/ problem along Florida's east coast is into the kitchen and slammed down the window painting. Every day he comes by down to the St. Lucie River a few blocks from his home the other day and cast out a plug on a spin
t, The Stuart News office displaying fling outfit. He landed this twenty-one pound snook on twelve-pound monofilumcnt. Add the
> by (ho Engineers far from kCal. When St. Lucid Inlet robs There was nothing there on the first or
**"MtStcr Reect'put his finger precisely oh'the'! Jupiter IsWtid beaches.! of sand drifting to thesouthwurd second mornings but on the 'third morning i a pounders. couple of he twenty-five caught off to the thirty.St. to the joys of boyhood in Stuart.

point The agitation for a safe inlet, which lt is also robbing Juno Beach, Palm there was a scared rut peering from behind the Lucie Bridge, demoralizing all of -- --------.,,--... ,
has been going on here for more than fifty Beach, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale and window glass. It popped! into the typewriter us from working.
cars in the motorcade used several "Government should be 1 like i r If!
has been based Miami. box when it -1 he Editor
primarily on saving saw me.
routes to prevent congestion your stomach. If it's working ,
although when it reaches the "justlfi-! The same ii, true to the north of us and confusion, All cars that had the you don't know you have it.right- Today's
fsars phase" that vital factor is clouded over probably all up and down the Atlantic coast, I RAISED the window, covered the hole !MOTORCADE) WAS official sticker on the windshieldwere Duluth (Minn.) Publicity. Orchida
of figures on dollars benefits to where each community depends upon sand re with a wad of Kleenex, took the rat out into AN ORDERLY: AFFAIREditor accorded parking places in C T
i,commercial, and sport fishing, barge traffic plenishment by the currents of the sea the country and let it go west of Palm City.If Stuart News: the Colonial Plaza in the Jordan
There were fewer wrecks in the We extend praise this week
||nd waterfront property. When the river of sand is diverted by you live out there and have a rat, it's mine. In the traditional American manner Marsh area.Everyone. horse and buggy days because the Colonel H. R. Parfitt, district engineer
*' Human life appears to have no value whatever ill-conceived jetties or widening river mouths a Martin County motorcade connected with the driver didn't have to depend entirely for the most sensible change
in the final summations and yet it is anywhere along the Coast Its effect is not THE GREAT mystery at our house, how of more than thirty cars attendedthe affair deserves public thanks for on his own intelligence in plan which will funnel-in the
broached bouts and! drowning or narrowly local but far-reaching, ever is how the 'possum got into the stove. Goldwater Rally at Orlando aiding in making it possible to hold The Arcola (III.) RecordHeraldThere interior channel from the west end
rescued Individuals Which have kept the fires Admiral Tuggle's point was not properly One morning my daughter, Mary, who had and under passed escorts.! through The rules four of counties the public meetings in our accustomed use public facilities t of the government cut at St. Lucie

stoked under the issue for half a century. answered by the reply that "things are set up risen early to cook breakfast, came running road were obeyed and the 130 Long live America! way. There must always be a strug Inlet. 1 his is smart thinking and
The point leads down no blind alley, despite :. this way and this Is the way we have to do it." Into my room with the Intelligence: "There's a miles were covered without accident Francis A. Adams ale between a father and a son, will remove a dangerous shoal
the fact that it fell flat when presentedat The proper answer Is for Congress!! to be rut a foot l long in the bottom stove drawer." or delay. Each county provided while one aims at power and the While we're handing out orchids
(the courthouse. It should be unflaggingly fully acquainted with the. facts and then to motorcycle escort; each city You ought watch other at Independence.- Samuel Congressman Paul G. Rogers deserves forgetting
pursued by Stuart Sailfish Club and others change the seashore erosion responsibility from I KNEW that this could not possibly be on the route furnished police patrol the fellow who says you can't take JohnsonIt's a this big bunch of them: do
dedicated la>> securing a safe Inlet. There should local to federal status. true, because: I had signed a truce with the It with you, because: he may be S the members project of rolling County as Com
be a record made of every drowning and every That is the only sensible way to solve a rut, but when I stalked into the kitchen and Because 'of the! long distance trying to take it with him.-The the good loser that finally mission who have our kept on-lhobafl)
rescue occurring at the dangerous reef at problem of such long range and wide !scope. pulled out the drawer where the pots and from Martin County to Orlando, Spokesman, Vancouver, Wash. loses out.-Kin Hubbard after it.Government. .
the mouth of our river, and this record shouldbe The Jupiter Island erosion study could well be puns! are. stored, there was an embarrassed
presented as the basis of a request for emergency 'the starting point for t presentation to Congress 'possum leering up at me from its couch in

funds U> save human life. by shoreline experts advancing the argument a bread pun.PLEASE.
'. There "Is ample precedent. No volumes of''" thai the weight of the people as a whole 'Hold the Line BuddiesWhile Raising Better Learn

economic) data were necessary to cause! Presi must be brought to bear against diversion of don't ask me how it got there I low I Before It Advises

dent Herbert Hoover to order a protective: the river of sand. my It is daughter the mystery all swore of the on age.the My Koran son, that my wife they, Pay of All Congressmen $7,500 a Year! a Private Pension Plans

were Innocent and when our faithful house- There
are certain that want Wash'
lady, Ella, arrived to do the cleaning at 8 '.m", (Titusville Star Advocate) encroaching upon our personal liberties under ington to rule and regulate groups just about evervthing.

Rainbow Bottles and Light Boxes Suggested she .also look the oath. President Johnson has called on labor and! the guise of Civil Rights. This is worth restating!\ now that IIn

I. lifted industry to hold the line on and prices Professional politicians have replaced effort is under way to have the federal government
WELL I that smirking 'pt>II8Ul11 by wages
I As Innocent Pleasures for the Idle Young the tail, deposited it in a. landing net and let to combat inflation while, at the' same statesmen at.the head of our government Our !so far regulate private pension plans which.
it go in North River Shores where it waddled time, advocating and approving raises for Constitution, providing for government of fine as anyone can see, have been doing '
away toward the new Presbyterian Church.I all Congressmen to the tune of $7,500 a year, the people for the people and by the people job.

Modern mothers are frequently: heard to and a "ruinbow bottle" for a cent or two, have been: meaning to ask. the Reverend also miso to all federal: employes. has* the been 'sold out' for one of the government, The excuse for federal regulation 01
complain that there is nothing for their youngsters if money was available. Malcolm Harris for some time whether any Certain categories: of raises at the federal by Our government, for the people. course, would be to protect the plans' members
of the Circles have closely examined the level, particularly in the Armed Services has Supreme Court and the majority of and beneficiaries.: In the light of that
Another project for the 1s
to watch television. young'uns to
except our Congressmen are !
blindly leading us down government's experience with its 0\01.\
bread in the church stove been long overdue and we would be the
make "light bO"t, and hold! box puns among
Here are a couple of suggestions for "light last to criticize any raise.. forthcoming to our the path of 'no return to democracy,' with pension systems is significant
mothers who In this parades. socialistic practices that world history has The social security fund has been shrink
are ( quandary: ANYHOW, I have not been botheredby sen icemen, but we cannot conscientiously:
A ,light box can be made of any kind of proven false time and time sgain.Let's ing and u the time are
Have the child or children, pick up some any more 'possums. My theory is that If along with others of these federal raises. same more people
Cardboard "box, preferably shoe box. Cut cast off the
of the whitest sand! to be found on the beach. a you will be kind to>> them they will be kindto Wt can't help wonder how serious the double standard \and becoming eligible for larger benefits. This
designs in the sides of the box with knifeor lend deaf
a a ear to Washington' double talk means that each new entrant at the of .0
Show him how to color small hutches of it President is in age
you his to
appeal labor
sclsHon.! and colored tissue the organized continued
our must
paste over ultra-liberalism will put in $1.69 his life
most during working
with food! coloring which be bought at
can to hold the line on their demands the
designs Inside the b.'I(. The designs can tIOItlll'l certainly lead only to socialistic time for each
a W
dollar entitled
state he
the grocery store. A package of four vials- BUT, AS I mentioned! priorly, the qualityof example being set in Washington' indicates may
triangles, whatever draw,
squares crescents! or if he lives
red, yellow, blue and costs about 30( "be strained. A few long enough to draw any'thing.
green one desires, and is capable" of making. mercy: can years ago\ somebody is doing some smooth 'double talk', .
cents t answered, one of those farm magazine ads knowing what appeals to the
Cut a circular hole three or four inches! public. "The *
When dry the colored sands can be poured for "100 chicks, guaranteed live on arrival, The Clearer Advisories Needed pension system for Federal emplove
in diameter in the center of the lid of the taxpayer the one who pays the happens to be about $J5 billion in the ref
into small glass bottles in lay.rsf alternate box. Place a candle in the bottom of the box only. $3.50 plus express." federal payroll bill but the lime has From Congress on ProblemsSouth says. the National Association of Manufacturers
colors.: The size of the layers of different under the circular cut in the lid. Tie a string come when he is a servant of the government and the Substantial
colors can be varied by using more sand, and to the front of the boa to be used! for pulling JOHN DUMICH our express agent at the rather than the government being a Florida's Congressmen had the increases' in thing in a mesa" Railroad -
the shapes of the layers can be changed by it along the sidewalk After sundown, light time, long before: the F.E.C. strike deliveredthe servant of the people. Ours has almost reached Weather Bureau on the carpet the other day Retirement fund contributions" to the beinltltuted
have had to
the bottle from side to aide as the fluffy peeping things to home and for ambiguous in
tipping the candle, and pull the box along the sidewalkto my the dictatorial stage with government corn wording the announcements to keep it solvent"thew
layers are added. show the neighbors" my wife Called me up at the office demandingin trot extending into business operation and on Hurricane Cleo.
With the three primary colon of red, yel Before long others: in the neighborhoodwill desperation. that I do something about them It strikes us that the Weather Bureau pension are systems examples It of would government that running !it
low and blue the food colors a. child with boxes of should have struck back. Has seem
among probably come up light a lot of
J' can be taught!! to make other colon by mixing various !sizes and designs and it will be possible I DID. I built a cozy little house, just! out. There hasn't been so much noise.. in Stuart How about clearer! announcements from private learning plans.It's to do before it monkeyswith
them. For example, red and yellow make to have a parade with prizes for the side my bedroom window, stuck an electric since all the fire sirens announced the Commodore Congress on Cuba, Viet Nam and usurpation
,.. I orange. ; red and blue make purple, etc. most unique bones Judging 1s best done by light bulb in it--it was February- to. keep Hotel fire. of legislative power by the Supreme Court?
the cbid.iarm., fed them! on crushed egg .
adults who have children.
youngsters! of fifty years ago even conducted no
yolks three times day and when they started! fleck If You're
"sand atone" They would sell a tableapoooful :. If any reader should come up with a \> E ARE going to have to eat those
"light b.,,," or a "rainbow bottle" as a resultof to grow in the Spring 1 spent' SI.'O11 roaster." my wife told me gnmly. "The neighbors 'ALL W E KNOW: IS WHAT V E: SEE The Occasional l Human
: of colored sand! for one or two pins, chicken wire and boards to give them larger ON TV
this we'd like U> know about it to take a have signed a petition. The police" chief PARAPHRASING: ROGERS
picture.Nobody's. quarters. Please don't count the cost of the has just been by" I paid the yard nun $J Nebraska State Health Director Dr. E'-
i.:1 }J U chicken feed. to decapitate! five, scald, and! pick them. We Will Rogers the cowboy humorist f frequently Rogers said he sees little danger to hunu:x
The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints all broke down at the dinner table when I said that all he knew was what he *.ho. eat crops sprayed with insecticides.
of afeea up to S by 10 Inches, of any picture opinions are worthies Even a THE HELL of it was that I got to know asked: "Will you haw Eugene's right leg read In the it newspapet.Today .. M. laid the same is true of eating f"*
NEWS staff for $2.00 stopped clock is right twice a fey every one of them personally. There was or would appears that about ad most people or toed animals .
taken by the you prefer Tommy's thigh' ? which the chemical *
,J. iolhargof know is wtui Cd
they television
for the first print and S 1.00 Bobby, Billy! Joke, Tommy. Wilbert Alfred see on which their systems
I prices ordered from the same negative at the The general complaint about can is that and! ao on up to llxX 1 tUdnt lose a one. CONFESSION! is good for the soul If could "be a reason for this nation tottering But : Rogers IIIi.I their
MUM time; targr sizes by special quotation. the motors won't start and the. payment wont I could call each of them by name and he there are any wild roosters bothering you la on the brink of disaster such as befell Rome mouse which sometime kills he deplore fish. WJJJIJc.

Stuart will not tale photo- stop. would come up to have his comb scratched. Martin County, I am resporaible. I released about 1,500 year ago anal M occuional human.
graph Opt t news aDd advertising ----- ninety-live between Stuart's south limits -

column of the Stuart News At taut the bLack sheep of the family THEY WERE all roosters. One morning Indiantown and the north county Hoe Hop The way. for' Britain to get to the Common Gram

J ..A J ---- knows how to keep from getting sheared.' every one of (them steeled crowing all'at once they am doing ,,1. Market is to offer to gm trading 1Ca 1.... latnmower never broU really, storm aroIII uU for

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State Health Unit THE STUART (Florida) NEWS' Thursday, Seplembtr, 24, 1964 S-t

Urges VaccinationAn Ocean Breeze relatives and frwntls in 'to be horn No piles like homeeapee.liy
if it !to in l'krlda.!
outbreak of diphtheria in chusetts, New York and P M--I

Hardee County and over 375 cases News vania She like moot The 1950 census showed more I
of whooping cough throughout the had I splendid time but is glad women than men for the first time

Mate brought a warning today from MRS. ROXY IM1ELD,
the Stale Board of Health that all forrespondrntMrs.

children should be vacunated: ira I INTERESTING VALUESIn

mediately against the common

childhood diseases! unless they I Dorothy Williams from our current "Monthly Review" you'll find listed 149
is viililher
Jersey! City parents,
have already been immunized Incase
carefully researched common stocks For convenience, each
of doubt the advice of the Mr. and Mrs. William Beauilak,
I lock is classified
as a growth, cyclical, incense or utility
family physician should be fol Frank Prossus has returned to Issue and statistics
lowed. I on price, dividend, yield, earnings and
1r his home after spending the! summer price-earning ratio are shown for each. Alert Investor will
Dr. E. Crurltori Prulher the
in New York State
I find these bits
board epidemiologist, said eight eaJ helpful their search for values
of have been Mn. Louclla Siocli/mg hat returned
cases! diphtheria re
ported recently in Hardec "'andwhile to her home after spending The "Review" also discusses: WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC -
this does not seem a large I :the summer l l in New York and and TEXAS INSTRUMENTS. Mail the coupon for
number the disease! could spread I ii A Rhode Island your copy.Please ,
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I tables of pinochle: for her daughter
Mrs. Dorothy Williams, of Jersey send me your September Monthly Review" which luti 14'
carefully researched
I City. Refreshments were sirv. ;
:1 ed, The winners were, Mrs Ikmi-
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Mrs Pischl and Brewer Nylon. .- r-- 1.

friends of Mr and Ntrv AI
First Federal of NVkkes are sorry to hear that he HIRSCH & CO.

is in the hospital in New Jersey, ...mk.n M.. rut Stock (..*.**.
Vero Beach where he had an ppirainxi The log South Second Simt. Fort Pierce
Wickcs "hope to be here: 'for the

knows theanswer. TILE SAXAPItONE SIXT1ON of the Marching Tigers includes, David! Hartlep, Mury Sue Kindred and Paul Kaiwrtk. They'll Mr. and Mrs AI l'l.hl. : are 74100MAIN
left to right: Bonnie Sue Brown, Pat Martin, Ann Christensen, all be making sweet music I come Friday, Sepl 3:!< spending this weekend with her : 011114: 25 Bnwd Mreeiu New York 4, N.Y.
sister, Mr and Mn. II O Be- -
\\t1', ;'. noit, in Miami. listen I lo daily nmrkct I;; news and averages
I- 5;30<>-Station \\ IRA 1400 on your dial

Ask them. p v nY 151 A l t '.;$It' 9 itp ryr Thursday The Park afternoon Pinochle with Club John met sae.ett.te.( ... MMllMtk Malm. MflMM- 1M.d

'( Sorenion Prwes. went to Mary lull. has waft s M.eau

,. Smith, Mrs Ciordo. and Charles __ .
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G' t: Qahoy i Wekhr AI Fnnis 1un. underwent un i pcra. CALLING

I Ilvoy lion in loud Samaritan Hat ital.
1 West Palm Beach, and it doing
Phb 1 His friends send
nicely: can cards
1I to that address. All are hoping LONG DISTANCE?
that he will soon be home,

r I Mr, and Mr. !Hugh Burgess have
returned Id their !home after spending I
the summer In northern Minincwta
1 hey had a lovely trip except .
that their travel trailer Jackknifed : Help Yourself to
Building or buying a house always 4"V u r slightly No one was hurt
but the refrigerator door opened
number of
presents a prob and contents were spillesl on the

(lems. CI'lOr.Mrs. Better Service

But First Federal Savings of Vero Homer Humphrey, Nellie

Beach, with their long experience Cook, Bernice G.rml and Rd\'
Infield: surprlied Mary Adrian
can: help you with a financing plan B with\ I birthday dinner at Simon-

to fit your particular circumstances. + e t J', + 4i lens in Fort Pierce Friday evening

They inspect the property care- Mrs Bernice Qarm I I. spending .
a week with her son and family
fully as to location, construction
in Sarasota
C (or plans), value and title. This is I 4 a.Y t ,r r. .; J 1t 1 t,
Mr. anti Mrs Otto Cnihutt returned -
for their but it
own protection pro
Sunday morning after f
tects you, too. TILE pERCUSSION SECTION of the Marching Tigers lines up, Taylor Steve Corley, Ralph lemons, Mary Sutton and Birbara spending, several week with their
left to right, Joanne Coulter, John Foster, Bobby Shaw, John Hunt Tide' picture i wW taken at tong Held two daughter and families.., Mr.
You can save money on your and Mn Hal McCrary, Phi la.delphia .
loan there because their initial costs Tenn, and Mr. and Mr*.
(plainly disclosed! in advance) and '. I t' .tr;, i xM R L Helms, Oak Ridge. Mr and '
i:4 Mrs. ChJhau! enjoyed square dare.
their interest rates are reasonable! "' P t'A' tt
tP 1 Ing at the RMge Runners Club, and :DIAL
and because they allow you to reduce ,, a, II the Rambling Rebels Club In
( i f
your total interest costs by *, 'fit 1 asp Oak Ridge. isL-

making advance payments on principal f rw Mr and Mrs. Irvin Keith recently -

without penalty, when you it had a letter from Mrs. Tmn
Roth In Michigan saving that she
are had fully recovered from the accident

They will probably make an additional they had going north last iiA
v y spring" and that Mr Rcxhs knee"
loan later on the same 1
,w was still painful They expect lobe
mortgage, if you wish to improve I driven back to Florid in a few

or enlarge your home, or for other weeks by their son
purposes | Frank Zlscherk hat returned r
front an extended trip, including
... Sinew .. *...- Hawaii
< .r.
. I
kr t.. F.feral *! *** a.c..tI **
.... ., sat V
Y. .v The K. 5umsons have returnedfrom
11.. with .1>T -...., .** .... WV
-, .. .f u.-. a vacation spent in Califor*
(Copyrighted 1964)) nla and Hawaii. On their trip' they
spent sortie time with John and
Helen lUrvlg. who are former qe
WANTA rruebix\ of Ocean irises, and are
COMFORTABLE now living In California, irqr

Mr,. and Mrs Art Johnson" went
MORTGAGE? I lo West Palm' Heath Monday to ,then dial( the 'j'jtl.fy

If ... .... a ..rlh.114. nn h.a w 'meet Mark Tweed. who 'fm been Brea coda of the ,
.. fur shout seventh month, ?1
bur l cn iS1Ulk
,...,......F N......./f l .1.. v_<_r.,.2j; I I I visiting. her daughter in Brlgan city you'ra calflh ? s
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_-tai."..-.taII1e.. .. Mt IIIM and Philadelphia Pa. If different

563-2373 Mrs Smitty Hoyt( and Mrt. Guy ,, from yourf.
Phones Vero leach teats have returned from several'

weeks with their relative, Mrt.Huvl ., f A rte
R'a7n "
r, v IW 's mother near Jackson,Tenn, f 1 t ,
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS y .Y. Y R r j ,u Y and: Mr. *. l lewit, with her brother
and family' in Jackson; and her sun
& LOANASSOCIATION TIlE AlJXiRL CLARINET SFXTHON of MCSH Marching Wei.. rear row Becky GreenUwt, Judy Aihl y, Cathy Johnson, and family in Ulyth il14t, Ark.

Tigers include, left to right: front row, Evelyn Harruoo. Alice Malllld.LoN.M.rrilcelollllOl1Au.II.y Bailey, Lunnori! Has
Mri Gladys CUve ha* returned
OF Crews, Tink Parks, Susan Sipo, Mary Lou Sam and Janice and Und Milan I fur a Mimmcr' vacation with

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2045 14th Ala DW 542-2373 r I cenUy married, are now livingin Dora Interrupts

Vero Beach: Florid their new home on River Boutovard. Residents' Return
RIO NEWS Friend and neighbon are JOHNS I FUNERAL HOME I A .
Free Parting .. IStk A..... wishing them the bet of luck Mr Charles Zajic and MrtStloooo .

HOURS 9 lo 3 daily, eacr$ We4- MRS. c. .. IIEASLEY and much happinc DAn/io hiv returned b 1g

cedar, to 12. Opal S to 7 fW- Carropocdnl Mr and Mr*. Robert Larsen of from a vacation at Oxford, Conn.
.. Closed Al Day the Periwinkle CeMiage! have re where the weddtn| of their only
eve eve AT 7-., 7 ) two-week v grandMNi .n J nephew. John tk Founded 1916Experienced
tamest home after a *
S.taaday. anti Perth Am- Jr. lo Mn. Carol Wood of Branford -
fat Duntllcn
When Cwtoaseri Sad flab'hYliatds" I boy eaUon, N. I.. where they vuned relatives (ann.. kmk place, ..dial thenumber '
They were grated "Uura"OA
PIJLSONALSMr and friend\ They also spent by of th(.

.1 anti Mr*. Or Hodgm. two day with friend at Cape da.their they way wen home removed At Savannah from the, personnel and b person you're

formerly of Stuart and just re-.-Cod. ----- tram and arlMpJl'1M to Jackion- Ca1Gn("
rile.. by bin facilities to accommodate
Mrs' Tape, Mkl A wt quite| M
HOSPITALIZATION PLANGVAILINTEID experience anti ceruinhr an odd families of all faiths t wH
feeling lo look out and w. your :
ail 4irroundnl by water.
RL"liEWAIU .. rsssassssag
NU ACE uur Mr, and Mrt Ch.rU' Babcock
PAYS MEDICAL DRS.. OSTEOPATIIS A>P NATIONAL HONE CnMPAIYNOW UJ"EClIlROrlUCI'ORS I have returned honk from Prev0X1. Yes dial direct and get the
ASSURANCE; I Mich. ..her. they s ran. the
FLORIDA RESIDENTS AmJ"ITD fUR\ CRY 63 I pest three and I half month. They .. fattest service at the low station
expected hi toy fur a .luofer per ,
I to-station rate r For
S" 1425 iod hit "("W dwaifnf. Ibeir complete
*- J22SMOW _. MONTh
avail here making; M MceMry --- dialing information, consult
_' I for hew fc> leturn ail. prate re :

AGES $340 MoNlU U ... ._ .... ..... $100 )1= parL It. C. Johns & Ronald I II.1 Johns your telephone directory.SouthernII. .,
5145 __ I The worUTt. oklctf lnecu
rte.. ...... )&e .ne ttetplrnlr found I5O oule. north of the were Arc UCE.NUD' IVM.HAL: IJRU."J'0Il1/ '

SN 9-24 Nave. .. -- Ap. be Circle: in '"". T..*. AlMtandwcoveric .
were not mere inprtvMOM. 112 INDIAYIDttN ROAD
Florida Health Agencyr. u e Nil ctuct tpecmien ....
6b' .. ntJur. FLORIDA AT 7-MM _
0. ... 22, uu W-t ivn*. ay bedded w amber W,( OXXXI yearsago. -Salo... -

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Tire STUART cn.) NEWS TM" hy, StP1fflH' ?4, 1' 4 Celebrating Fifteenth lfWflerSgryt Cotton .yowert in North Carol

I 'f [ (Mr tiU bell we e- I Directory of Churches

at Ift&i&Q, nOB
_f Organizations Directory '
Owen Started Business lev. II.RlAa A. ;
ShItami ..01 a.. lsnly 1If"
p AlccaeUea AaennaaaaSVeiL Cmmlaalp* .. 4 11,01 am. Ckorub
Stt. VM..). B. eeBiBiunlty Canr** : -Kay CSoka SI 09 .. Mornlag ". Ke.mm

Amateur Pjidle Caterfaniy Corp* **.-. Ma S J. Ott* BB 1'Y'J _
Co.d _.. aoao. K.V .M ':1S ...
Coait Guard AunlllaryCommand.
Ir4 Than, t ... .!-Waltar J. Btuma* J
In Farm House 500When ALL SAINTS tPWCOPAU- AahaaJ Reeeue LaeaaafiaaldMi II... 8p.m.. Coaat Guard A... Blda>. a Employs d' N Y BBT. NORMAN B. rXASTtaBmday

_Mm. Carl S. .. C.pp57 AT 7-M12
,ta T0"1" 9'Il. lt1 DA.PUYE1 ,.It a.. Holy Oomaigaloa

jkwb.ni & Preleeenaal WwBea't OubFr..Id.ntUda ,; '11I'II rrCaorthosssN. tat a.au Family CommunloB sad

N.nnlnr.rI.t. t C. Board ., Zanlnr AoII".t_.' a bu inoM originates ins The handful of employes with Physical Medicine, among other NTt '1 ASSEMBLY OF clIa'say. Our.Weak* *boel

_\h Toe. V tU*. riret bIt'. BullCaeeeaut r..t farm house with tittle capital whom Mufpby started now number doctor's journals.Currently L K. P.NUa CD..t Ttteeday-T .. Eel Dara, GoaimiinlovThanday

Parb-Narth Plreer SbereaPrqpaity 'r.lrf "ho.. and become a multi-million dol. *, among adniipiuitrative aodf A ,rf M** am.tlnl : -1* a-Bu Roly' OaiB>*aiaothret
O **v
; lar workers 500 and there are
M. Robrab.u rt1 operation bearing a name tory NOt HI : "., Friday 4 ... Holy Communion

Vhlm. .s. W.dn.sdsis .. b._ ? .. p. ..UQO.M. .. known in all parts of the world 31{*) Ji tnbmor and dealer who motor car manufacturers in the i A..M WI PA Z SI0 C N l'.JU I::: ;.t V.11, Ckvrak- T04 S. PII,, Fart run.Cbarch .

Crl Cirdaa dVh AsiacUtlM C PUa.Uf *ad Zoning Cammlaala* and accomplishes thii within a arc port of the giant network United States is reviewing the possibility ( fD1 1\tU- sin BnndayaarrlM

Prtwl.l.nt Sttn.,-.K"mun4. Count Plealalit Co rtnnu eBVeehelder Ohilraian-.JOMPM GrMntm comparatively short upan of time la addition (o Niagara bead. of building into the front ll 'A1-.A III* .. WadaaadarIliO

p.m. led Thun.. till B-m, Oanrttann.. there is caune to take notice. quarter in Adamsvillc plants are sea of each new car a Niagara J'JU Ai -f aa.FU' ,**. LUTHEP.AN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
A MilBltaaPMeldeat 1.So.r I S $,4s4Ski0 Amartoaa Lutheran Churca)
in massage unit to relax driven while
S.kool New
Coleaal a V. Bottom SsardIipuIrm.u..Jlanry Such s company i is Niagara pow operating Brocton W. Prima Vlata hind, Part St. LMBIH.

faaeta, ea oaltCardea 11)4) Mo,,. 1:35 a.m.Q. ,Bln4i pourtao.. Therapy Corporation of Adams York Fort l-rie Canada while a on tho road and help keep them t! Si4S I'10 aja.B.BU Sunday waaafel'tahoalII **"!. 0. BIPC. PASTOR

Club af Stuart T.. ., tawaJla PamlM. ville Pa., a firm roanufacturinj pew one i is being erected current- alert and awake behind the wheel. liejalt : ..st1)onlntcwri' t ..MornIng Warehla Phil .. Suadar Scnaollil
rTel.l.nl-j.r.. Joka W. Knaaey in Last ;\ (' dIal .. TrallOn U.lM am WorshIp BarTfe*
M.ruupji health equipment and fun ry Ireland. Warehouses are located year Niagara exhibited its ( ,'fflIEfl' 5'r4 .
lad 110' til* P.m.. Woman'. ClubHlhlMiM rD1'1 { p. B.nl.. W rabl>
Park C1M Aetoetatln I p.m0 lows Nil constructed! with exclusive cyclo in Lot Angeles Chicago I unusual furniture and equipment td HOLY CROSS CATHOLlc-t.dle

Vrealrientr-flil Maanllo - - - tnasuge motors dciigned to increase Philadelphia and West Palm I at the Seattle (Wadi.) Fair. This NOTICE 18 HIRF1 OIYEIf to f las BJB. Frayor larrla U& xviea FENaCH

lat 'Man.. 7 slO p.m. Pint National BankIndleetewa POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS blood circulation and induce Beach. I year and next tourists from every Comoilanlan all parsons It..I I City.of the lltvuyl Clti PALM CITY BAPTIIT.-Stk .o -". .,.. ,,'1 ....1 Plot PH.

Clvla ClukPraaldent .lualleaa Club of ".. Count of the P'loPIl.. d RajuZaof ; day. S. p... Confeealona before Mae***.
relaxation. Although there are more than part globe will visit t b sCompany's has a o p I r d a ENIT TATVM. Paalor
-Oredy Smith, .alaaa>t..Jama. B. Wataat (Ion which I In aubata. ftaadar VnkaolII ST MA.Y'S EPISCOPAL
4tk Moa t P." Republican W_' Club af MantIs Co The company and its 300 dealer 2,00,000 users of Niagara products exhibits in the Better Ihut J, tI ( ,1*a.h. Marnln WarehloIJ Ea.t Ocean R..ul.... Stuart

lo>*a Beh Carae* ClukPraelTentrrMr PrsmldsI.-.W, Arnold* UeiBar acroM the country many scattered including application in the I Living Building and tbs Travel No. d:. : bt'lra nr .Tr.IOIsS llatoa THR KKV.; AR1HUK A. SMITH. Rector

*. jCaMn WJlbeerd 4h. '... S p.m.. VIruS National Bank the home business hospital and in arid Transportation Building of the b'l. City ..' 1:4 :K ania> WonblatiSS Sunday, 7:10: a.m.. Holy..hi1I..d::;
.... throughout Mate of i tt" \ .,1 .nat. IHdwwk rrax- (Kill a.m.. Moraine I :
| W.&. I J. B Woman' Club
C. New York World's Fair where lull, Holy Kueharlat
Damaaratl EaaaUtlv Commlltaa Florida will celebrate its fifteenth the motor car trucking and air rl"ts Undo 4tk and
aaaea Bearh W_.'. Aeeeelatlaa Chairman.-Kdward T. Murray I.7-9K.J each will be invited to 1Id..rt't re-aonrxl It'' Sihl : 5:00: ..... Sunday School
..- .. Marl Mill. Roa..rraaa.-- *lard.MwUmta *t Cl.ir annivcmry in business next week plane industries, Mr. Murphy be I try out tha lonnd R. SAPTIIT-'SsaI *saiora 11.00 i ... Holy Gunharlat ll.t and

llt-trd. Mo.. SP 1 o7 Obbout* OB nURELIGIOUS with a variety of activities scheduled lieves that only the surface has the unparalleled action of th ,b.e,.tha.on.d" .h I.&mor which la t FIT. C TATLOK. raauMS Ird. .IthI, Moraine Prayer lad and
- - - cyclo 4lhl.Thurailay
Jiialar Wemaa'e Club to draw local interest. been scratched In the potential use massage motors. larly' dfMtrlbrd follow:p. aav. Saaday CeheelII and Holy Dayat TJO: B.BI,
p. Pr..ld.ttl-Mrs. Guy Cromwell ORGANIZATIONSGirl. of his products. From indications of present and .M tuuj WanhlBSAS awl is.te a..., Halt fcutharl.t.
In* 110*. I p. 11'0..'. Club .' Friendly SoetatyLaadM Toe commemoration of the de I.ola I, 1, I, 4 sad M'St Lot 1, :.: &TCId Summer Schedule 1:60 ... isO Itttt
Merita Casey Aadubea 8ocl.tr .Board .rMra, Jack VklUavFrl. cad. and a half in the health equipment "We live under such stress andstrain I projected sales it appears that )'r.nel. and WIliIs.tes .jbdlvl- : t Prayer'* BueV .... SuBilaya

Ir4 Man. t p.m.. Judi Clonta' offto* .. S p.,, it Mar,', f"''' industry will he more nostalgic today bat most people are Niagarans can start planning even I In lun flat,,aa Shows Hmk> t.f&lat* recordedJr1.<, us. : :natio e faUvwf.( EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE BLESSED

M C Ae.. far W" .&l HaaltkPmldeot SI. laaaph ClilldPratldeni probably to Owen K. Mum either nervous or complaining of a greater celebration for their sixteenth {t.*x-b O.o.ctt. FI rl"" Plo SACRAMENT Chirk St.. Udloatawa
-... Donald *'oa4w Mra, Id ward Klna.HaUt fatigue'' declares Mr. 1 year of "making people Etcords. 1 REV. THOMAS LOU kl
tnd btsrs. moo*. Tho Mart Moa., I a SahaalSt. phy than anyone clbe. Mr. Mur. Murphy. m.IAIt'
feel Silt Cbnnk Sahaol
Too have not learned how good. ta4 Ar4lnA amondla Mw Kan.Inir a.m.
NUM Society rhy I. president and founder of many
U. C Chapter, America Cancer Satiety Jaaapb Holy onllnnnr* will tin adnplnl on 7:00 p.m. Hal, ZsobarAssCHPIS1'
Thslrman-MslIury Johnson Pra.lajit.-H. Ho.marln Niagara and a well known figure to relax or won't lake the time todo' tlio h dny of Ortobor, .' |MS a ak Tmabul :
1'b.. S labaol 1. : MEMOIIJAL.-.Juptw I.I.S1S
bafor lid ,
Mertta Mamerlal Hoapkal AaBlUatyfraeldeot lIu. a. in Florida. He is a long time resi. no. Niagara units make it pos Process of radiocarbon dating I 00 .t a ronilar m..tnl of t rt' B-m. Kvaaia, C WIstur masses .ulp Its,. Ie AndES
Mra. Curt vu.Jut -p sible for the the City rnmrnlaaloB I" T4* We****. rnyr Mertlng
Bank BOYS SCOUTS OP AMERICA dent of Port Sewall and has be. body to get passive relies upon the principle that on of Itl." 11.,1.1. Inl.-. at CHURCH OF COD-Iduuttwaj
Moo. rirat National
STUAKT come familiar to thousands of exercise and relaxation without the death of an organism its radiocarbon dm '. filed or Rood TOi rAP-hlS BAPTkir-.75 REV. EVERETT MOSS

Mea'a rre.ld.nt.-Kay Card. Club,W. Met Troop 4OO- aoutmaatar. Robert Park floridians and tourists to the any exertion. Our cyclo massage begins I to diminish Ordinance resoon I I. ahown should not a* to b* why amended.Till. oslO. UWJ n."cn Pa.ua S eol II-.O a.m. Suaday Bckoae

Tilt M. C Air. IIld. I .. :;Di m.. Amartaan Lailo Mall motors do their work while through its U < b* nubllnhadtwo ..1 libel ... Mor.ln> Wor.r.t
lit TUM. p.m. Ship -Advl.or, Carl DalpThura stale, through the Manatee Marina 'ou'r.tiU own radioactivity at \ tltt o lilt* w..l 1:50: a.m. Kvenlrr Wonhlp

Marti* Cfv.tr '*trO I aUd_', AB.Brealuant I T \:.. Math.* '.Vbunh.'. lIst K'rkhartThura AlkanyBt.Squadra :' and Yacht Club in Port Salerno II, down or reclining." a known rate.I.55.IAL' listed llmea thla Kill tha day Stuart of ilt Newa.m"', 4 I*ins. P.J.*.. Traiala Beaain' WonklaIa4 litt p.m.: Wed. Young "'.
SwliariSraThur >' CBdae
*- w
*,, i.. .... Cm. ... tNal ., T ..,; Math. Chu"'. Albany." of which he is the owner. He predicts that one day, in the ADS IIT..t'IICIIT: U 44. ('AI.tnlt M"'RART pja. We* Midweek Pr.

N... Secretaries Aa.oolaHoe Cub Pack -.... P. B. llumal It was back in 1949 that Mr. not too distant future massage Am ('Ity 'itch and'.udlo, BAPTIST-ladTaUwa CHURCH OF THE (OOOD SHCPHEUVJupiter -

Barbara Ann Linda 4th Mon.. JiBO p.m.. Catbolla Bckoul Murphy bought the patents for a equipment such as the his NWTirM OP IITK TION TOni lOcal of of ) D1.
Mra. type
Cub Pack 43O-Cubm..to. P. ItoSuruLul -:<.irrrH stud 1'1'01' HAMR pub. -pllr I, 14, t.l W"SOkaalUr RKV. ELMER L. ALUDf
Ith Moo. C.... of .. "( Mon, 740 ,... Youth Costar crude piece of machinery that gave company produces, will be standard Motlti I Is hereby nlven' 'that the : UiO* .Maniac Warablp lao a.m. Holy CommuBloaUiO

Palm Lak Park Clvla AsssIallsnPr..ld.sh JEMSEN BEACH mechanical massage. He was so equipment in every home, undernlKned under the provlalon ITKNT TO AMKVD I IsIS t'aislsc Caloat0 a.m. Parlek Eucharlat Sarvaaiand.
of Chapter 10HHI. I-awa of Florida : Sunder SokaoJ.
trd Monday CnH, lust M.I National ton Bank Troaa Wrd.. 401 1 ill-rtoautmaltaf., Community t. D.Hall T okuoa impressed with the aClion of its as commonplace there as the refrigerator Art of 1141, will reitloter with the 'OTWI Z"'I< ."W"'I "4ITV ills .acaaa> Sank* ParvIessT

Cub Pink 401 p.m.- *hmaatar H. QuInn' motor that on the strength of his the telephone and the Clerk for Martin of lisa County Circuit Florid Court la and (' IT''J'; ,.IIIU' II.. Shyllaa JENSEN Dm1 BEACH, denaaa 1MMU Bc.ca ITT

Pab City Garae* ClukPraeldenfrFMlea 4th W.d., I p.... Community Hall conviction that the machine cwilj television set. receipt ot proof of publication upon of NOTtCR IS REnNET lIVEN UT I I CTH1 BEV. NEWTON M. TWEEDY
Mabal PI.., Cub PaM 492ulmsal.r ( UallSCKVICK fHpaa, do for number of In discussing the growth of his thIs nolle, the flctltlnu name, to'MAKTW THE C1TT ('O". HIOS J'TiE Weak darn Has liSIt. .:!. ... Bonder Sebool
Jasloa good a
lad I'kura. .:|0 .... Clots Casts 4tk Wad., til* p.n. people wit riTT nr PTITAUT. 1 sS.En "'10 a.m. Mor Dim Worship
-ah City Clvla OrianlMlloa. - he quit a lucrative engineering company Niagara's president at. COI'NTT MOTOR INTENTION TO AMKN't DtRrr .t..-Salaraay Tkuraday llOO p.m. Wadneeday, Senior Ckolr.
CLUBS and tributes the REWINDING NtNrM El), 25$. Alt C.C .1 Ohs SeIA Til* ... Tkuraday, Midweek
rVa.ld.nt-rAr.iiy' ZilUalokl position started a modest manufacturing success of the firm to I luRING PHIl 'ITTO ., .u SOHIB
CMta Club .( Btuart under which In bual- ..
tad TOM, CIrI. Coo tar I .
.._AaroB lluatca plant in a reconverted the intense medical research programs I i.oa., havlntf ImIIIr.'cm place of OnOISAN'f'lRtS THE a JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Brltt Kaad

Pehttlma C.rdars Clrta. AaJttaPMaldent W.d., II BOOB. Townhovw B .turn. farm house. that have beea and arc I btialnae In Btuart, Martin County, HJ\1: l'Ei4RBEOJ't S1 CH" CTHo Sunday-T a.m. Watchtowar at.
i. W. Maraoa Pla.; that th* Party Interested In ; 01' LAND Hah* Modaunn4.$5 a.m. Bible Study
tit Mon. I ,.*k, komaafWt ,a4Jaaa.. Unate O** From this humble start developed being conducted to substantiate I aid bllolnea la (leorBe Kunkle, TD H:. LIME Mae ISM a.av. Saadar* ThBnlay-?.'.. Mlnlatry Sohooll I tit

lalaflta Chrla Aoaaatalla* ;rtoola the Internationally known Niagara company claims and to test improvements Jr. of Htuurt, Florid and that there NOV r'.R.NI WHIPH t.' TIdEP.tltCEn. lIt Sanrlaa Meatlnf
Inaa I ar no other pursues lntrtd In FIBS CHIWCH or CHtisr satNtlST
fraaidane Waltar ,.nioalat Therapy Corporation which made in the health I Iquipment. aid, bimlneaa.OHOROH. TO tIlt R-J Ill MORE ->M te Oceu SXeulerardlli PIDEEMER LUTHERAN-I, o, PIE

Th.... I .... CIVIl" Cant Boalall fIrd 0.0. ,. Baaak LI... Club produces a complete line of health I The company has invented KtTNKIJS JR. PAWTirt'LAUtr MMCWIBEU A8FOllJOWi -u Suaday aVkaol 11EV. DONALD 5. KC14ltOElEa
'. ;, I p.s. Suppar ; 5,51 *.. Bnder School ,
... .."_Kd Brhmldt Pub: Sept. 10 17, 14. Oct. 1. 1S 4IU Hal sm. Blbl la ftad
Part talaraa CMI Dafaaaa ...4 Wad. tU* ..*v. BaT.Bal*i equipment and furniture all housing I more than $1,000,000 in.. I S.* r.i*. :: MaathuiBaadlna 14 *.. Warship Ser.la*

1'1....., In* Iu.. .. till ... Jupiter-Hob Saund KJvaal Club the unique cyclo massage medical studies within the last TIIM" C'lHfl IT rot RT 4lr TIIM AL 01 IT.J IIEIJONkHO Kaa& T'J..HoiiraiMoa. (WJIST THE KINO LUTHERANEJTrl -
11 'U Jl DM I .1. 4 IHCIIT 1% tareacb ,...lajO
(Ua Clvla Club I'rnld.nI--ltuburu HarD I eight years and reports on these \\H FOIl M 'HTICtM nTl N D* PIAT RBXORDEDIM .
ra.ld.nt--J.rk Wiamat Ho., I p.m., JupIt.. Lit. Midas tests nave been printed in the ; KI.UHIU1 IM rilASCKIIVNO. 1-LAT BOOK It. PAGE JJ, 1:00: ""JOHNSON.. Caurah Pasts
!.' 'lb... Clubhouaa I anioCKCILK PALM REA'it ('Oh1TY) FLOE'JIM. OP CH WT 4M faUa 14. School
Jutart Club .1 Stuart American Journal CURCH *>se so. PoMona (lara
Stuart W.aas Club Pr..l,1.pt-Dr. R.nnld B. Alii.. of Physical : E. TOL'Nd. ) 1'\iLC Ri'OHO&NOIlE COBBtLL, MlaialarBuoaay It 10' .. Moraine; WorshIp
Pr.s.-Mrs. Corn.Ilus: a. 'f.- W.d. Hill ..... Trad Wlndl Medicine and in the Archives of : lnut,. | ID' HEREBY GIVEN toCII YmST MnHODIS"I

ltd w... tJ p rn. Club lluUdlng Stuart KlwaaU Club motors.TrooperBill AIMKHTIBKMKNTt : I ILto.UL I ELMVKll; H. TOUNO. ) IntereatedL* that Uie Oltirmnmlaalon "a...a.am.,. 111. ... Co... .KV. ALLAN R. ITUAJtT CoIanoIe AUla
OtuariKlorlda .
1' k.buIs Cania Group r-ra.ld.nt.-l>'. H. Kawdal Blvaa Defendant.lOTITB > of tlia (:ltr of lIlaC. $v.aluc 5,45, ... Hut-slog 1hro.
I. K.. T .. Nouns aa* adopted a Revolution P' Wol 15Oi' .. Chunk .bool
II ill
Oh.-M.o.) R.bsrs Tb ,.UI. TIIM flHCI IT ( 01 HT OF TIIM TO API-BUI which' In aukatanc provide! that WodniaMp .
tl Wad. bite ..- "0.. Stuart Hl-Staaaar Squirt DM** Club MISled JI lIlt U' <'IM( .' 11' II IV TUB NAMB) OP THIS an amendment to Ordinance No, : f lit ... Midweek Blkla Staay 11.,.. am pm,. 110m.Y..tb Wub'S
P.TATB OK ) Fsilo.shiyu
- - Pra.l4. illlar$ SInus.Tb. A N l> VISIt ""UHTI'II (lOlJITV riXRiDA: Its a* amended, the ZoningOrdinance :
nr 'r. UK .OItllJ ,. : .b. TRINITY
CHAMBEM OP COMMEXCKrwTldanT .,. Y iuth Oanlat Home 1fltlaburir of tli t'lly of Htuart, SILLS MeALPlN MITHODIST-J 5051k
I" 'IU''I'.0.
( 55.55 I 5th.
Florida will 1irnur tod ao ttmt the NEIL QUIS4LV.1
Stuart Ua DabPrulduutEIIiWsrtA -jaU&. flHllAI4t OOtXMION arid Illlnol. to it. *... Sunday SobaollllO 1:41: ....
: hereinafter' described parcel o f Sunday School
WUIIam II,. Toil AltHlfRKKHV ...
0' Seiknurbntaklnd4tb TIIIGIIKRA HIIIA)7tON notified that Kornln WorshIp
Ird ... i ,.... Commualty Caallaaaa. W. 1 p.m. Tew* Mao** hu.h.hd and wit. t a Complaint" for Ihvorc* h.. ...n'lI.d now land will b. ronnd,' lt-1.K-l.and th the* iam* Vil* ,.*, K>.. W.lp U:0 till .. Worship Banla*
I'lalnll". In the bov-atyled Cnurt b.ln..n. lo "I. .... Taa Pr Mol.. p.m. Warahlo. lat M.
rel. wh4h b r"a'uedporlI'ulariy
of ..
I. lund...
Stuart SanBtlmUt ClubProrlsIost.I ,
J.--ro. .III.t and hereby
'.. you you "* K-l I t. d.Ib..da : | p.m. Tbura Y..I .
lid frnidaat...-. .1.. S ..J', ntii ulsu Mlll.r, Hn" 1.bIA I U MRNMUKiKH. i required tu nerve a ;dr:1Iofo your mn'l I O.t' rI ODIB1'. ..
Utr' >ii, riamlna-a irs denial., .t al. Anawer or other lhrt'OfTllliulflt tolow. THE UNITE CHURCH 0' CHI1'c..tlo.o TM r
ltd Tbura noon. ...b..... laint Club # Lb for 'h" I Pius .
'wi Irlwto. SU l "n rttlurncV All of ninck I. I. Re. CI !.! "... fuBaor Scbool
.,''d"a. 0. )I.ekm.slad Stuart 3. u.s.l'r'illtotM. VOl'KN OK4 HK4 l-tlalilN PAIN I'lalntlff. .loffii. MILL Bit. 100 I.ucle E.t..... aa ".101 In plreenrdid ., Hehoal I II a... Horsing Warakh"i"Jj >
1'b.. S p... I'irallo" R (Honny) Nelson NiUI'c I. hcieby Klven that thiUnd.lalMndd tOnrlheaut Third AvrnuF..rt .udenlHle -. In Pint Rook U, "'*'. Ilo.... Mornlni WorshIp III.tnf 'Bl iy mue'S 5bps
Til ., ,ill ... rink Paay i thy I'lcn-e. au Klorlrtn. and file the original '1. Ilro'b ,. Finn'On. ... ta I ,... Wadnaaday, Worn-
** 'II'I'I 't': 1'.10 (1"1 ..' ofmihr.susti at ladS p.
flerk of ( four of MartinTaunty. In I the office of the Clerk of Public F.Uo..blpCOMMUNIY I :
.._M. k. (Eonnp) Wilsonid - - - riorlda I will on the I day the Circuit Court lit the Ninth Judicial Ti4l p.. Prayer Sarewa

t Thou. a.H.K.tafl VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS of Ochthei,, llitli. st 1ISO: A.M.. at circuit on or before the llrd flrllsncs sorcodini t h. -Jane** Beaeb I J.-f-m. Board of Stwr4i (Sal
Marchaata DMahraChalrmaa Amarloa L.fUa. jaa* BaaakOommaudar the wul'rn front door of the Court- dav of Octoher' A.l.. 1054. Herein .i.lo (lrdInane. wIll b" .dopl"d M. TWlIU1 Tkura. aack aiantklSWIHERM
-thUlf Samuel --Vu-.na GrImm rn"I Merlin County, Klorlda. full not or a rwcnte pro Confeso on. .lath day of October, 1X4t00 il *.* ..Sundar .on Woe I
Ia Tk.ra, Stuart Cbambar BaflatafcONMItVATIOM .... kta. I ,... Laiia KiJ| .f Ktuart: offer for ale will b.cnlr.duw. not you. P.M. at a recular In..tln.ot .hlp METHODIST .
sod ai'll at public to IIONK AND ouiiKueu at pin- rommlaaloH of of *"
- Amaritaa Laila. SlIISttVurnmsudarhar1. tha I hlvlieat and beat t..tr"dd for art Florida this Hth day of Sep th.".f"T. nnlea at lIned tIme LEGAL: TI SS.rSndVsS*
Xllaa* sash II,. following deiorlbed perannal tember.. m".. notld. or irnnd ,..<. tIITI\t.t .
dwb. bsul.to'Pbueld.isb.Euioui Sn4 an4 (U FrL. ; La. Bell property illuat In Clerk of the Circuit Court obl..to| ahonn u.11.01.why sold C>rdl<. I S P Is pint S/Ss
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11_. Boa 111 Amarka .,_ laalaatav County, Florida: -1' Martin County. Florida I floors nh'ild not b. a.uced.d.ThIs IS TUB a-or Tr tVW.V ('0' HT '.11 .
4 119.n.. S P m.. .. Matloaal Baank nvvildn l>oebClRCt'IT Notl.'s Ia In IS ISIS SUIt MILITIS 'tnt SI'S'. "' wlS"1" Mona Ma*",.
Lb.k aaj Laa.ua Coraminaar-Jha. IU by4th Kurnlahlnir t..no" (Content ofHomo < COURT PEAL two tim,. In the ";;taE;! I I It.OHtlI I : ':.0 P... --.- .. .P...-.._ -u-_......
Ffaaldana Ckarwa Klndra4 Bit. S .m.Aanrln lAt I, Tint I fub.t: Sept. I 17. 14. Oct. 1. .. III! ..... u. .: .. '. ", FIRST MTIIODI2Tnd.,
lit fri, I ,.10. Lit Mall Bank L>fla* Ausulary. Jaaaa*) BaaakPrMtdant No. I. lit. l.ucla Psrlt.I I ui6"U IM RK: sty. CItOItGJI R. ,
: -Mra. E'nios Bn 4at MrTnART, ESTATE nvLum 5:41, a.. .uudo b-hid
laalar Caaaar"atloa Club .d..' .. f p.m.AmarfcM IZSJ KIrsch Rod TII Jlltlfltl. VINCI IT ItAM Aa City Clerk and Auditor M. BART>AIXOTICK (') ) '1110. .. '
Vwa* 1 ill _. Htuart TeaM CaU .11I > KI>H Si %HTII OI'KTV..,I fXeal of Cltr of Ktuart) rieceaaed. ( 4:10 ..: si'T- w-k-
.., "T'l, Stuart ..n.t .. PI.OHIIH Piih.HeDt.. IT. 1H4.M Fii.ivn i'ETITIUSbolt : 1.15, .
lallfl.k Club
Stuart I'rMM.lit- ,.. : snrp 0. I" Mooning' ". .
P.ktunh-W. .. kradlayI Ball II :: :: ,. W. 1'0. U.1"'H Ut..: I Ifs Thursda .'.
t Choir
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ld-4tk Lacloa '
tao I ,... aaaral kaatlna Stasis OlUIfN. TIIM "nn.1( 01 R1' OK THRMl <>r P.XKCITOM KS ... Tharaday, Baaior
ltd .T s..,, dlssolurs.I tat Pb. HurOn Cauaty 'Barracba W.WJ Vttaraa Til 'IHCIIT 11 Notice la hereby liven that th* Choir
1111 "liST
Uammandar flilllp. A. Kin .... A ,II POM W4HTI1 I Ol drawer cheat walnut TrU.'j T' sty.
rR UK M.IIHIM4. turn *a NotellIotot: the .ealal of MALCOLM
Dusts Psa
t. B. Cammuatty
ORGANIZATIONS htL ,41 rnrner dealt 1. 11EV.: A. Y\OH.1I.4
raIMO" J OJOROI ( in fn'fIIY 50. SHNT Lloyd H. Bardai-h. :
Jaaa* Kaaek rlraawa.. An.Ularr Martla Cauitv Barraak AoiUlaryPnalnanl Dim your headlights when you I 10 aide chair "" Ot"'OARI l'I E It h** filed IU petition for 4IM: .rOt u. IIIIDd., Irkool aalsta.4
P.uidash-Mro. Marl prof Itt .Mra. Hulk N. Hull 191 \ drawer nit. tand Illlnolarnrpo button and for final .. sod u..o am. Wo.bl" 1Ia '
tr4 Ha.., I .. 10.. m. S .... W4 Cm. fkrak approach from behind I car I HOI t/il'a.l.l 1 dead- !OTfR ..sI'sn'stIll I u. I UTFR" ration, : Sisal oil It-juIcer Ii, 1514..auld.En. u. .:0' .... Young Puon"Ie'"* PiaIlo..h'S
Plalnilff.EOITII I tor will apply to I lb.
Jaaaa* Baaok V.I.._ Plra Daparteaal '#....'. Caua.U Marti Cauatrfh.lrwan ahead of you. HIjh beam IfchtJ 1 $14i'dook'..* htDd.,4 Null". t. h..hy .I.n th.t the. .. County Judre In and for Honorable Maril .IIUSnEItIAN 'O..UNITY_
-Jaak Add? .-Julin blind the driver in Irontof whit* tlnilrrulgnrd, a tIn' et at. County Florida, f.approval I of Buso
wi"tl.. flm. can der and bv virtue of th rinal Pacree A BRWN. ,l '.RJ.NCW *" ..
fuaa, I B.M* IVaaouM Ir4 Moa. I p.m., Vanity desk whit ". .. mid final return sad far as 'KSON. .
AmlUary you M It can the driver, of Bide, chair whlta of Koreolnaur b..lo"* entered F [ order of distribution and for finalaTuS t ar.. Sundar' ia
far* Salaraa PkraM* % VJ.W StuartCo.nmuoIr'DonaId I HTI 4* plata mirror walnut ertie In that certain .* OOF. KHt :l.ITn. 11:54: s.nWorship S.rVlt.CITHSFMANE .
.PraalaaatManr 1 Catann J. Au.tln an oncoming vehicle. 3.15 I/I panel headboard only In the CIrcuit Court of In. Ninth paearl ? ff SSSSgASZ? a::50 pm. YOII'h r.lIowobl"
Ira Taura, 1w. ... .. ... Judlflal. Circuit r& ; I ill .. W5 ,
.I Tkan, Oaldw vlat butternutI of Florida l In and M"I OKM-MllDA' Flint T BANK OPMunrl I Adult. YellS
rH Sums Vauwtaar Firs D.pariuet V".W ludla.l.wseumsadur.4.asuj T III adj. bed frames for Hurtle: (?ooely I. t'hanr.rv' be.br r1\1 : $Tt'AItT IND. lilY. UNrrARloUr
fraaUanV-Mokam Johuoitlltlrd trji.iiWr ( || irlpla dreaaer snd mirrorbutternut Chst.ry ('nan No. 5714, .. flouting, a widow t, blotIdaIsr'tilpr P0,5 p- Mooch .kL.OWSHIP
W. Pratto 1.uu.\itn l : : which I., W. Oct-leon n. T osles. I.11.IoeIff CO..uhl'r c.h .
TIM&. I1irakaua* : over year .: of the ealate of ill -.r
- -- - I.t-'. aat. bIll ... foat Ham .. boltrout 1 soil Grout lclrbhom and reeldenr iMp,.. II.o'I'.ht ': : l.loyd H. Hirdnch deceaaed PuI'.wohi' .001. .,_... 5lcs. II. .
I Ill it' I' AI$ S'drawer June n. Klrkham, hi. wife J. P. p uaa
'IUTaRNAJ ORGANIZATIONS I' TIIM ('lIsti aT cheat bott.rut Berkeley., Calif.. By ROLAVD MldhREtJ4 Puiiomnip I
V. 8obonl
,W. Stuart It .
Aualllary .
I A aaU Ckaatar. Oraar .1 Do...' .'401' 1M ",'a'ul1111 \I'n. 1,1111&1. I. Io b'b FI..I. and tw>ulae R Flearer- ( W1 Prows, boo.. to I* I Vic Pr.ld... ... Iua541
OouMllor--l Vut.rs.F OoaiBiandar-Mra. Joan I* SmIth lit ( dlnlnc labla I lt.-. T. M. Leonard and dm1 his wtkowu heIrs, dcvi- Trust ., It4T5CootAL 5151.5 ..
1.-'' Wad. Gold. Data .ulUla< ( lR'teIlltT 'fn. pain leave walnut Flo' '. Leonard. bin wife and K .... or.. OthuTla SKINNER, Pues., ,
Bdk Man, t ill .... .-H Tamal. ; R ', ** of iranlee Kept It II. O. I. .JillrALft lii, ...
HEN 1 UI(15N: 5918 .14. rhulca .014 r-i-lce and Ruth Price, his wlfa I nd 0: ; .u.d., 'heol
Mauusi I.ada ----------r-- 1-lalntlff ar* r efendn! Maa.ter unknown ,.. ""04.
t tixjiiteh chair .Ol4 Tho hualMnd 1.11..
Worshipful Mait.r .rf.... Walk MISCELLANEOUS .... i f = In Chanceiv "I-I '.I.br III* 55 lbs ea StaY be. of II.tll.- WhIt ( ''I ... W""od., Billie "..
.s.rd ban, I SMaaoal* Taotal Cl.. Air V.m.SComm.nd.rLl.ut.saud IIOWAKI) A. VIInftV: .t al.1 r I Court In ...1 d.. u.d., and btr her of the Ilatursi penmn whore I"P'dI. MINuS.1'11.'o.lIITI'foiSt?. IS FLOWS.v AID. CHURCH .

S MiUar Clnle Elks 1. P. StranfMt thmedseti. "!m atep table I virtue of term thereof will I* Ibl cauaa: ... Oft CHSISTIAN OF CHBMT
Anna raeldaalx-Mra.. Dorothy Hardy Tuaadaya, tll: ... TI'I NA. '; I'J' 10 aofa offer Inc sale and poll us pubile .n" .rU. ""HJrF.RY 50, Base C ... St"-l !.CM_ "C"
hd AN. In
R outcry the hlarho and beat bidder Bo.b
: o. f 'IPH.. wy.| | chair unknown rlalntlnv LA .
fad Thur* S a,*, *>k. U*** CammltkM *4 lOB TmAIIEI.I.W V. rici nr. hi.' *;ln'.' IP.ll. chnlr for ea.h *t the Northwest front .Al.. by, Ihrourh "I.or .In.' any .CITY corporation(COMPAXT 5 5Ie 0.. l"ud.g.Ialt. JR.. Misiump

''I fteta Sl ma Phi Sararlty ..._La* Comkatiaentlv 515 ....mn. $tr.sl. A|II" ") lot Panlnh pots dnnr of th. Conrthnnee of Vila either of th* paId named I'lalatirr PSI: .. $....,. IIlble 1011oo
Olraator-Roai rhllhrlclIt (U..orI" l.Ul'Y a'. tI'lfW VhK: IllS danlah chalra" 'olltl.In the citof Hluarl., Flor Sr. a* helm, devlaee. (. t : 74. pm, flua W.nb" .
Bpalha Ztt CSptrPreMaa W. (I... II.l ". AT T-44IS nod ,ltWrAV A. Ilu'HWN5( tall Adj. bed frame the Ilih, day of ".pt.mhe. .ranlee. piicreaaora, lecal r.": StiNg0.RARELLA and IIlb1a Studs
-Mra. .1I. 1. Abbots her hueband, inai i Queeo Jtwiorli"nln f s/I *et. lunanthl I'M between lh. bmiro of erntattvea aeelaneee.. Irualeea, LENA his wife
I.it-Sr Tbura. P.BV. baaM* Lady Callara AaaaalatlMrra.ld.nl .. N"rlh I o'clock A \t. and Ml PM. the R..r1i 1.1,,
t.'hitrlulto. all a.luuitn ll aleep' lam era, credjtori or otherwia, rlalmai I and I .) "0' ':RT"ltCl''"
-Mra. Bill HartiallTuaa. 10 act truplcalr* foam helac' real pal,,. day and th. .
XI CaauM Phi ChapterPraelaent o"hat"any TlilhU >: nd tTH ; M. I.KKJH-'
-Mra. Joe Flaky I it* *.. M. C.Golf I CkT ..akUlr II tn. Turq bruahed (Ilk enajra h.,,. lbs haul houri of sale, lbs ..d to: I TOV. kl. wife, and FIClINWOOD "U1'1I IIJ op
..,'. on". S p... bomaabMabtor III:la nr Inlereat In tha: prop- 141$ U" rnuiod 51,1. 111155.I ,eoarat laleraaia' of laid Defen-. All ".lnnw".'U.* havln orAn FARM; isc, RP34IspK I..TP.u 'It
Chub luota In .nd .TITIU'
to. tO th.t ertsh n
deiarlbed satosmeot '
any hereinafter : till II bar aloola elalmliur 'n ylat. tit I toor 1>efendantmMnTPT'H N... I. tCliI
*f the Ar wa RwrahiUao.lt.cen PIouIJd-Mru. U Aabry ArfcaMa wit: and d.. 1nrlll olofIrso t lIst.ml Tntereat I In tha fnllitwlnr A)**, : or el IT Oad.rnaga. hri'.by Ilocu, that ths
_.. Marlorlo NaaabwIrd .. ... IWO (I. B. "... eomblnatlon December ".'. tIrIng a Iruatfnr aad.r Sb. .
Ird PH. lIDS UI. i-rlbe reI ,r"nertv' altgstc Sii' I TO ALL PAUTIE l 14 Ills tm 2051 or1-:
.-, boaiMMatliMC Th* floiith 1/IBlh, Cut of the and .h.*. p." .* leInssod tin ."nlv. Florida: CLAIMiNG TO HAVB 1)AG A'" ,111 l.swa ;,
Marti Caaaty Pair A.aaaUUM Old IHxt HI...', of a tractrompoaed me rtl-.rr.o:: Pelu- lopIng In Martin >"n'' Florida ( RIUMT TIThE: OR INTEREsT ('tack 55'1541.. ,....I.r WIth ,..
DeMalar Club Praal lanw-J. W. Huaaay of lota IS It and w..h., ..."r.... .. follow.,..Wi I '..1. II. II. 14. M aad II. niocltJO IV THBJ rRtlI'F.f"" MBRK1NAFTEH foi' MarlIn t" .1..11 t'ou. I. ...
) ,n.td.t-Mru.TiSs'Pm J.skssn Wrfhl.I I.. Mo. I Ill pus AcrlMltwd all. in, of the CommUalonor1 Hub- use. Oeneral' Rlectrla 8tor1S RevUed plat, of .. ac.eordlnv t>E CRlBEIX TO-WIT: r.u'ulps of 'nooly P'Iorlds.
Moa, Maaonl Tmpl divides. of th* Mile or H.n... an4 floss ".. at polo% 0". Cl) t-bali to plat thereof filed thu .. pr..af. si pohllt-utl0."f
nell .
.. ".DIarr Indian SUrarCai.1 Marti Cauaty Gall wdl Cuar dab haul' accordlnc I, plat thereof (o Deneral Kle trln Pl a 0' She PouthW55t eot-u.P .lune IT, ISIT: recorded In plat 'Pcaot S. IS SI, $ Is, 14 wIt 'h. 'Itlllo". non,., 10.Tffll' .
..1.. -..Id RbtkMIrd filed the iwth of l.Iu'e.ut.r, T nra., 0 Government,S Lot 4. flection Slob I. Pare Ii SI. (.JIrIS| and ;?. .nasp oh. .u.e Li
CaUrlarah Ol.d, .... Tuaa. ti4 .. CIukkMMMartla lost, recrrid In Slat Book H, AdesImnI t'.bl.... fts1B' 14. ,.fI.hh. IT Mut R...* bosSy. Florida. P..I. Re. trod of saId tract' 5. II Sod tin"., whIth COFFEE RRIAfC
4th Tuaa, S s.-. 1OV Ball I.... I*. Dd Countylorl'a.. sail TV 41 f '. then-* parallel enrda: alan howl of Sir Ia Taws.hIp w.,, will 5a5ug5 hi
Caaaty rna Buna publIc ,...o..L..P': of which in the South line of Bald Rlverelde, Park a* reeord m n.b-otIs. 'I East, Pal.. : ;:rn: ur pt-IncI..l I.e.
= => Oraer of Odd f'' Praaldant-.Albart Rnavay plat wa. filed March ISth lullS "'flu. aol ."I..m"llt uttlI.at. fl.000t-nfllroI I..t 4 to Ih. watcru Mat ripok 4. Pole sn. LoloCounty. City Parma areordlnir. to plot St Pb., tInt PlusH HamIlu ('uoup.
t" -La.U> Ckaaoa lad n.. la. .nd recorded In lIst Hook 1.I In sttIcma 0' tcrdit Rutcam.t "f the Atlantic Ocean thence Florid. :' Re.nrd thereof reonrdod In Plat Book .d is saId bust.lh:pat-tics Iotmros,,
arrotnpy.-Jobn 11. Cray *** It puhllo reeorda of Isles Pto.ct sod U.rlln n."nl .Ulh.'h. m..d..I"1 ... ., .r* marked ..1... 4. Paa-a 41. public record af1alm ... 111111. at. Pohart
l.t41rd Tn.., S PKM>, Ball Martla County Amatawr Malls Club leach County, riorlda.You fh. At. n.. 15.11 snrosr". .. Booch Cauaiy. Florida. PIanOs sod" A. Jlhsrbry ., 1t1"C.
... .. au Praaldana-Bui Brltta*) 5 A 1m. lito... .n a point which I I 54 ,* .. p11 .. rllht. titers.soto or pnrauna that I... atus .lIk
Calef P.trloi.h-Thurorsnd Wil.. Third Th".. S .. AT t4MlMartm and each of you are hereby I Thnm.s chair.S of lea South lira of spp.rtaIpIag.Ye. Ton and oaab of pot are ..,.b, .... Inl.rs.t55 I. .14 'u.,.
.ntirivd that a complaint han been till. cabInets rtla* Townahlp IT notified that a complaint' halo kane
.. .. Tuaa, S par. WOP UaUJaaaM Caaaty Hitrial SulnyPra.l filed acainet you In the Circuit 1 a pl_ ('oars .nrtlooal unItS It Pat! a* wieaaured psu 5,5 bireb. filed aa-alnat yao la Iho OlmillCourt (IIftER, W PHARERylllA4AN -
... tqi. Club sad Salutary ..-... MetroS Court In and for Martin County, cusce 'haltuI soIl' thereto th.. P'q'oiesO. .. .I ,. Asawea' prnIh. la and for ManIa County, Pub b-pr 11 A. 'HARK"
".oJd..h 'We 11 .. t it* *.. Pint Kallaaal Bk.Mullkd Florida, In Chanvery. by the Plaintiff filomiola iloswrlt.rI NXael Osslln parallel with tharV ., ll.adlsg I 5 CeUlpialsu ( FVurtda. Chancery by Ibo Plain It. i., 1.. U.
(The Wlrre.Ut.ut,t Henry ttrlen, for th* purpoeoof flE .t r..audlIlu.rI t
-Mr*. Heael r.ra- UatlM >ar Maanrtary nuletlnatho title of Mid I'laia- w.". .1... marhIosa sod Hecllon 14, to tho waleraof Marine Perforation, : ta* the purtxtae *r -A
..... m, I p.., 1. B. c... CkualtratofaUt -Carl M. Tina* lit, and Ma aranleea b. Warranty ttucrsuha adding suschlfl5 the Indian Klver. .... f"r. .of whirl la to .. I.-at. title .f th. antI Plain-
Maaaa* .rltad l..,. Taa. S .. --d lo I he ..d. above deaorlbed Nf..hw..,.-.,. meanderln ..- pimp.ctI .._ 555thuj otttart! Rosary Cilia
Pate and for other relief and pan and Toretbcr with the bnalnoe* water of the Indl* Hirer toa .." .1... .. sad f.. ..... .U.,. sad pas and
P.B 0. tlatirhaadre.UU.nt CHy Ham Piaiaa.tratta Oak rack of you era hereby requiredt.i ; know aCredit tmreait of point duo Weal of the point ,'ontsIad In .. each W pus hereby reanlrad Moervo Musts W. ,
P Cb.pt.v PraaMna-..Mra. KlUaWtk ,.,._ aerva a copv of your anawer mart and Martin County.\'lrl\ .f bealnnln, thence Ka.t to will laIrS 'I. .,_ hy .i .r- your aaawar or II ,.
-Mr*. Harold. ,trau. Ut Tuaa, B il* *.*>. UT|. GtPabMlaa or written defena to the cam- aeeta thereof, "Hood the solo of becmalna. bta .... Mos.. I p.he.... Kaaaal plaint on the flalnltrrs' attomoyaCrary. taeraof and aha right to ..* ., Ssctloq| 14. Towaahlp IT will e.: n : lbs Plaintim .liars.Vo. ('." M
Oukrd I Crary I(Vary let Viral ouch bualneea name.to Pmilh. ltana 41 *. and Hecllon '*' Crarr Crary. 21. Ptrat Natloaalfank
m National 1) a I k tlulldln tuart. IS. ..... IT Smath, llot a (I'.tft' at I rTulldln. l. rt.
SjdwSSlr*. Ul..*.? Call r.r.: la* maatla plaaa I Floilda.,: ar I* O fuswcr li. Hl.iart.Florida St'.h wIll h. m... pursusmIll Paean I? East Together with OrtolortlIlt .Ub I. Mto I Post Office IH-awer 14. Ptaart. ; 77545 Sbl.ds
., 10 1o tt Part Balara Ham and In tilt the orKlnaiinawef Ih. Final l.re* of Foreciyouradated .II ri...", rtrbt tbareuntoanpertiilnlac II. ('n.r$, I. Id*. *ad file lbs oH. ae..eir -
CMPraalda I. :
Order of Hatnbaw far Glrie nr written defenae In th. Heptemher 0. 154$. Os ra. sat-yol upon -. a wrouuod deraata* la alaI af -
Worthy Aavlaor- -Judy (itlauaIa .Mra. Slllak JJ.wll* ICtIca of th. Clerk of the Circuit camp COM No. Ia5" In tho CJrruMCurt ", uses II. *** lbs Chirk .f tho Circuit C_.
t <.lrd Tvao, t il. -.. toal Towphjeral la* :1 Ut p.m, (VI* Cu.. ".r*. Vtuart, Plot or before of the Math Judicial I ('ted- t.b'I"$ -? I.t. nuvhierama Auvhferrrrawer 0 Stuart. Florid sa or .fer ",. -.- -4
l r.. Kab.tab* Rk '. th* *5th du :,f dv.tt. 1554. M and far Martla Calmly Wtf ..n n. PJivaet. Flni $. lib dar of ... It44.. If jwv
.' .. Oraw Hall P..rtta Caatfy If you fall lo dtt *. |udamnl by I'lorM wherein. dvraut uInuI0'55 Warrant' li4. < Noef a tall ta do ao, lii | by default CITY
..,.Grand Slaa.-S P-au lOOP Hall r-w..... 0. Maw default will be taken a.alnat you and Theodora Holomoa. irA :\ln. Ito. Ji, !7O< nied.r.ae Jl. .. : .' fl4 : will b* taken V:r.\. for th*.
lat-lrd T.. S *... Gaawal lI..t", for lh* r<*b>f demanded la lbs nmiMalnl. tiff*. *nd Uda> I* )NaaBtn( >* out, aad re.-orde lsa-b.Jauau..5th.' 1Mf' 1.7e taut '... 4 Bu, Buawaia "..tIn.It. ,.. nolle. akall h. pub- I*. Puce ". nnuitr.. of .. 5Wdrsoar. Thka aaltc shall bo p*>Bllahl war COMMISSION
Kialtad ,. Karl U KaallS Lid.l InlH flaked Silts a work for tOBr'tIkco.ao.'uuvs ThlfVatleo ."ull"UaIIH| If FlorMa.. nu"II rMwrd week top four .0.5.05145w I a week far pair .anaamtlva weak
.. Maaaar Vatfct Chub week in The HlwartNewa. Th. P.iurl News ono tlmVltneaa *. Tha latereat In saId Spoil -t. i ia Tha luaart x..., a aawapaparof
aCIoot O"1Aa .. a newapaper of a-aneral clrculailon \ imp hand and th* official .a ararooaid belnc Bold to MtlafynATPi AVIS O..r Mnor _eara4 a rvtil.tie t pabliaaad |rMartin STUARTf.C
Pi *...... AIled lat Thar, S ..m, askS ClaP nubllahrd In Martin Count seal of add co.rt Ills S day ofMplmher. f". ..._ '..., Florida
I.. Taee. t .m'f $.-* Taebl CMUaltad Stuart .4 BaallajaPraaMaat > Florida. I... ihi'. |a| MAp af .,._ bar ,. DATKIX IbIs >" -r' ep4eo ar.ct.'L\R
Camm.rai TraaalaroSlor bok1.tTttl IDl tHIn day .f taplem- rT'ILtdr ",. I." t"M"t .
-Raaaaai TlHoa I ur% ofMatI p "
>d MawarduTThara ofir7"i I
CMBaelar .
S ..Nu IOOP Hall lat Thar*. S *... Stuart MaaalItuart l:oitrtTMT PIF.WC1E.Clerk 'oil \. Fle'ls. H.\IRT ... 11u. uarorp % Jt" 'L 2.4 .
of th* CTrruU (. 5, INhSFLL EVAHO, V'WA.V 1'P'WY a ('PART .<,r I ('04 MARTIN l"Ot"m'.
11.. Daajklara af ..._Cafadaraa Stamp Baabtw Martin County, Florida.By ..... .,, ySlrana .. 'e. .l"Eo =T .1O 1)A\
PraaloMO. llarrl II Mou.US.d PronM.sSThsm.p Semis.., !'ANiA4'l'LI:. fCTRCnT v CO!'FT ptAt.1 At'..-.. ." Pleh' 'lffl .... f1 P..I Br r o",
-- Ird MM. S p.m.. Sub Ukrarf f>eputv Cbjrl fevlarrb.ssos.- ocnilTBRWMf r, Bank cTJ:8 Y5454* Oq .
II.. Ckaatar, Oraar Ea. ar* Star Circuit ,,,'sniitrslp I U, Wm. A. a.h.... Rui'dlP -* N.I. n.l (. flyrslt 4>
W. ....... Joaaph R"L r. Club CltABV. llaRY eWARTAtIO.'nSy. P. (-Drawer SPLiart. "n .wr tlt. I Ia,.A I 1r\n AJorn ".
.... ... S ,. afonta To.1s l $st:14 ..*. e .., T* tk Oaw lot Plaintiff n<.M*, ..\fly Stein! 7a: .II.rfwr* l. flalntlffsub

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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS FRID.'\"-ConlMHipdiSO stn'It'D.' \Contbiiird. 1'rosp011 an ued TIlt:: nU\R (lllNkh) NE\\ TIN t 34.1944 7.('

-4 Boatv 55.P- Pita 80141 BanrlI 03...4 W.I .-
lp! ik>y RvorSM' : : """"'Ior ___ I

1:: I-WTYJ I-wpfd ''::1 s.(O.LL.. !IfJ.e., WITU. p wow ttw-L..WMy.. 't.I'*"CCIMSnar B11/a-s ...../ 70dOpu ,' ..-.... Irons Says: 'Bring( Them to Ranks'H

'-WCIlT 1111 (K..a.. ,... '" ___ ..... .... .. '" .. VSlftvA '11'.1_ rrankrt - -
b IWLlIW.TV.. 11I1'" (A.I.ct) M Iw t. .......s _.... 1b.. .. / ular .t1ihWe *...** """"-
1111-1wA wa ,aba b.... wt 11_ ,, ew0a\rIp10 tile ...., ffTgZZ Crabs
!\.) -.... ry IS ... ,........ Bat KM.or. I hItk1.I'rol .. !- President of Florida's Bankers'Calls
WEDNESDAYSEPT. EDNESOA Y-ContlnurH) 7 Hart..A>"MilB "'...." t........1. flour mt fiii e. ......

aManila 14 II Rldhwpowl II I
ll'l. :r-=.. r15 ,._' *10.ae- '-oor Vo and tAI .*.Ia Voynir. M Ika Botlii of .had .
If_" / Ja.qtae0 Silt PI.,_ 'Mark Nnw.ao'
.110-4. P.T.t .,_10.11 .......- w".'. TV. Get r tats. for End to Hoarding Coins
(dm u Monday anapDAltaraoan kt.ll Pate Oak. Unwaiao a.f I. s..IGft4.l.ChI""' '' ,
":00.eo.tho..lel c........ .i .* *> MNMNM. .1 ooh. M" .... .. -.-...
200-4 Moot,, Jt nap AMR," 14-u m ; 11.11 A4. 11,00 I .0.1aq: .

15,30-1: A sal.. Wald. 5.00DMt Vaa Dyka 8kt7 .." 5.00-stile.I..0= I ; h. Byaa* 10.11 11'_., tI.d'. n.\\10 ... .
Marl*. 'Cara.rllH t7xNkMyw .,?-, Many Hnptiy Ratiimat By R. IRONSrmldrat 1- ------ - -
MtakayiSO4 .*ll ToimTwHi If..... 1* Jaajfcn WtHr Hoar Worrrwwod .... tk. tnnn
(Bun u Nondar ateaptl Chn wilt!... 8ho 5.35-4 .uS Bn* II a B.ptlol. Mork tRll B4. (rt'ubr the candy! hop, The man in the er depOMt" the ggy-bank: baUanc
1(00-II M..... ''cost Tlmo r 10100-6 TRA 11.-I aklrkw. Tamps mt *K. Panpl. Hurl.Bunkrn A.'l'IlI.k'lI
Nary l.A0 taa I
.. -r the dime in
:= candy hop and the
.tao-4 M...M. 1.!. 1'........ 4 Dana S... Mow 10.12 hto h FlthllOtOa 7 Paopla Ar* Funny awf Mltck aTrSorlovtf gave *ugur-4x>wl oupply are
T 11I0.... "ell.. c.u...... 11I,1. 1-7 Klarantk. Hour -4 Alfrad MN.h oak I* Maaa la N..om.11:00t Haw ....., May I take thin oppt>rtunity to change to a man who .bought" hit ancient and widespread' (.iistoms
,_1. Tom ..... It Dlak Faw.ll) Txr.tnI1 I Jark Par. an*<*n a..t..... tad 111-, Krwadwar Oooa Last wife a box of chocolate and account for billions
.30-1 H.. ......... .. of th. WoK commend the itplcnditl npiril of literally
(* R"a"E. 77 (...* krioiOO II-" Plow Batten. 11 too- -.-'-1S-aI Haw*. Woalka.
...... 4-4-7-14 1'_ Waat... /par IM-I rartralt .....- interest and ctv-opcrallon\ your paper In a single day. the dune nerved! I of coin now desperately needed! .
515taa1 1* *twn, or. BUr All__ "rauntaraua C_.... "
ill"how *
11 has shown in he ai medium of to cite the .needs of retail trade
a :
.t- .| N..... A...._ WMtkcr 11:76Mo.r.T: M LOT. of nuro" II Htuhww' Patrol II BMrlla-kt, TnanH* past to the exchange
10 ....1.. "; Day AihoratlO 11.30-1. Tanla-kl witk. Johnny 11.11 Maka Tao span 1,00-1', Na' 11'11... or t". Wok 1lliMHI Jobapr! tNiraan .h.-wI mutual effort of Florida' com transaction' But there it atofpcd.For Both U. S. mints are now working .
li Conm.nl-AN Gramlit Canon (OnlorlI 11---1' .._*. *__. Bpartt T o::..,.,. .Malta., Mia 'Ta PranaklMi ANalr mcrclal bunking the man who bought the choc overtime Increase .
:: ::T Boa Huns-Ad.atun:: : Movla. "Bo* Mn-t nlrl.| | II Now St td 1540llla1I IlOMavla InJuslry and ( to coin production
10 Ji..... W"lwl'1 Sport II atarll.hl Tkaatr IIIU-4 MoYra *L* a1ilr. lii ParadlM* Plwbmta. ..S "OBl* apanl.k. parts In furthering the welfare of olate i is not only a thoughtful hut- and another mint Is to bo
IIII. ". I,OS-II Nlihtwauh Marl 1 1 ISO S-? Tonl.'.'kl with. 40h.., tnraonI I'.ID-I.I Taw ftcanaI IHu.N .a">.k ..t.4ra husinct band he iu aim Jime-viver I
MonoTHURSDAY MovU. RaihlBB.1lio : T_ S.... he cotnnuinity and! pub i a I constructed In' h e meantime

.':2S--4 Nawa WMthwiJO i.5-1+ - - -It Nkrktwank-Tnrtatf II Mil......'.. ...... B.lllmnraI -ll-Miter- - lic through/ economic eitmaiion.: When he got home. he droppedthe I cans already' minted must! be kept

I HnnUay.BriakUT .......* otowl II.rl.* M*. I 12145-4.. Oiteaao Uiwra ea TUESDAY In thu !lame spirit we call (men dime in a cigar "box in hi" itrcv I in circulation: : if both. retailer and

I* autarfootl ('".,.... SEPT. 14 - - I ton_7 Rl ....... Canllnala, .... fhladlnala tEn. II Lion of your readers: n> the fallow Her drawer' where It will remain consumer art not to share in .n.
.I.-N.>4S-4 N....... W.It.Cmnkl. MMaralnc ha ('h..PIIS =I' Ha.llarIi ng: -along with IS7 t earlier dimev- I I frustrating impuwte at the casVrcgiMer. '

Jtuutly Brlaklay M.nmrSam. t__ and more to come. .
When the tied hn tie
10-01 Nw.TNI Mania man and
... .u...
-4 Dell" V.IIe n.,. ( .. M..d., nand) 1.00-1-1t. lash. ('.. vi Hit. 1,11.1 MunrUw' Danr.Mr. "...1......... put on his coat h. glut hook the I li the dime-iavcr doing wrong I I Do your share Take your ccanvo

I Sattletlnot Tlia ll<.nymonnara I.la-4 Rumnwr* from So III_.tx.. "ModrrnLomaarwiv .ill-4 Banrl.iwnmn..,from..M. ll"Wonar...' t bora.OO-. II Pint Laws** anil Rv. P.00-Is Ira (In Waalara P *p.ur$Cultura1 dime from hit dieter On hm way Not In the usual sense la fact: he ( the bank and turn them in foj4

II.IS-WPB.I PM.II.I JararaaT Farad Aflarnaan .Unmparatwa,i30-4 0....... T...... ,tit--II rr kvfhtara. Tkaatr 5,00M: : : A Wan.or at DM.Untto. to work he uU the dime Id buya I In practicing; thrift through laving, paper money Or !better yet put.
.i4_I* Armon n_ .ao-I. DI_..... '(. The them Ina savin where
7.30-4 CBS Kcpart (O.ma aa Monday' airaiit) pnprr. ncwsNw spent the
1:00World Colt. ItiBinelan.hl7 .. AI .. a generally accepted<< virtue But
II Maw trough
I '00-1* Maria' "M.... In "anh.tta.- 7 5S-IS.110-4 CorlaoBcTlIkiI U of Mn. ra. kHaalaaliiiM lama' I ... .. B4i dime for a cup! of coffee It a Chop I I. In they'll multiply the maglt*
JO4 Mavl. "II", ..... Gin.," la Dto 411. Monday ) today our country tho throe
I* Hwitoa *
Hop.lm.aCnaaldy v a |i'-- Ueva *r UfaI when the proprk-tor guv* the dune I of Interest That'i an added benefit .
I (Htt PMMm of tna Yukon .t
'.3 1 o >atI
of coin .
ft OtrautI lat" a 'rlallO. Nobody
Mart, Hard ta
7 -Cad. f
Maria. .. Oakland in dtu.ngt4) a man who
autos Carnival. IIn. v. 4ia-4 ; '. Tna Antorrrana'* Knight you'll never get from your drew.,
EvaalatliM T.Ol-II (;0..,"" TIIPf .. ..110-4 trust' Ho** 7 Mash. 1aa, "Mrhlln! ,..._"' a pack of cigarettes This man left thin shortage i h. being caused by

-4-1 rtawt, w. .. ..... I.._.... Glob AfTtauluinU earl t 7 nnfmia HlfSwar >Patrol BtO+.lTb.. Funny OawiBMft the dime a* a tip! when he bought" dmie-vivcrv !but tho drewer ttraw.RCAVICTOR ser drawer -

mtI I I Nawa..WaalkarI I Hand" I* Lana Ita.,. II ...... and Kv. INS-/*: 4 fflth H: .hln'> .Raaval rival la lunch and the waiirevipent it for 1- .
I 4iJO-4 lw.ntl.ili C.ntarwtoo
..HO-U CoiaMM Tita II -Nawa_ "OaBla't. Wand liar ... the Stay teal.N04.l ,.( hobby pins that ftcrmx al the I
ill -7 BaakoalII ..100-4 rruparear! 1 o..h lime More. The June tort I I For
.. gave
Naw.i30 ........ Thrall. 4.5-a N... )/. Waalkav\ B *H. : Beauty
-4 N... T fun Club (too-4 Hold. Vantar* 7 Mawa. Waalhor it in change/ to a woman who
I HuoM.rrlnHr\ Savors 10 It..... Hob *.' Wild BlntdomI I* klovV* al.! "g.lrkaandilO tough a pair' of MingluMe and
7 101.... Waatka )t....*. 'In Thl. Our Ufa" : II Cvmnian.tl I
11 Now.
: ::
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE! It Laraml.lia ... ,>oft-II Moraln fktrkoBMilO II T7I\ : 7 Baahant he spent it for a roll of mmu at giving Color" TVPFRFORIAN'E
4 ._w.lvar Craaklt* -II Warm*. Rn .. 'N...tn lil_1* All Pro Baorakaar*' I* Naara ."'-. Raorl I
RADIO SERIES .110-4 Nakrd Crl, .ill-.14 Daajo Htll> 1.30-t 0.C. rolla** Bowl II 101... ---- --
S Call tha Dots (130-4 guporrnan 7 Illua An... .it4 WantkrrJi4 .
7 Bachelor. Knlhrr7iM 7 Iliac /a olaI It 1.._ and. A a.wrtli N.
RADIO STATION WSTU I Unit..! Uoan Ban Suanr llufc.u Patmltaa e1/a5p-4.t..llr1a11... .. ..... Study Begins on
., ._ I aloY t
t T.mpl.. Hou.tan .100-4 Alrln Show -7 c. 7ata t
I EACH MONDAY 7:15 P.M. -II .ClahlnaWaatkar.. B puts. II ..... Ie
10." 1 II. llntat4>naa (Color) I "'.pllo. PorkyI
._Wakar. Dorkklt0It
II n.hL.. Waatkr Bpart *-4
I OO 4 Maaim Hwnilcy MoMiarJO
7 On* Stop Berund .-lonnaOaM Tvaodat BtBO-I 11oo...... MewYtao4 Had Bk.llon Hour Canal Locks to 1 I
10-11 Donn. B ad Huff and ItrddeColor)
.10-4-7 Hr. klldara T Multi Gorilla Bvanln, Tko Ptonoora I

14-11 Mr Tkra BunaKM 10.II Buffalo Hill! Jr. .too-1-7 Moat the Pow (C.I",,) 7. Kanlurky H Irk P.JIMIMI ,.. Allow Boat UseA
.: -- 4 Paa.ward 1.:00-4 1.kh" 0.." ..0.... It l..ur> and An...... TiM -4 .war... NovakI ,. S.
Mortar Haasaat (Crar .
MOYE la.ll rlnrhrhadiJO I.7 | 11 H.ba.y r.tml' Mountain Mm Ill.
--4 Hallava of Balhoa 10.11 ahananlynno ':OK-l* Wa Want t* Btv II Combat. n Ill.i
10.11 P.ylon PI... I0il_I* t'II.' MokIO1O .,lit-1 HoakuntI I.too-4 HIM "how. ",..... '-lhna new federal study !program
I.7 H..I -4 Mlchty" Maua All Pr* Hiwrkor4ItlO I..... .. ".k.. .t_" -fund* for which: wore approved: -. rKOVF.II )- i
10.00Tho Di-ranrirra t-l XL t Color .
-* Hawaiian Kr*
I.' Motor Thaatr It-It Annl (r.1.lonb..t. I PnuliirafI' rilckara lMrN.s'N.,UN.CL.K. this week by PreiMcnt JohnHonlay I

Youll Tr 411THBIMB 1* Dirk FowallII 11 too--4 Ilnua I I 7 Florid ro.... IrOO: -$., Bkhard. Boon* Shaw ultimalely recall! in the onning RCA VICTOR
Jimmy' DaanIOi3O I.' DannU tha Manaao 1* Miami I..... CnnfrranraII .
I* It Tk Tycoon
-10 Tka Ftonaar ".11 tartownlaa laaaar Cartoon NlBhtllf. on Md Lon.tJaS : of many mile of Mtvlda !
t11etl U N... Haparta 111'G-4 Tka .". -II Pa.aln> Parad .It'olo'l ilO-4 Palllraal' Junollaa. canals) to small boat naviguiion.( offer.ONFYEAR a
11 too-4.1-7-1 II...., ITaatkar. 8,oru 4-1 Fury 7:00-4 La ... (Color) I WARRANTYon
10 II NewIlillis loll aa... and CHit ,., BUI Uana how 7 T.TwT. .. Robert R. (Jack) Horner of'aim I That Is '
I* Porn Pt. You.
N.... Waathar. Rpart Aft..._ T Plurlila rurum 11.001'h.. N...... Beach vice chairman of the all parts Including your color ..
11 ill-4 Movl.. "Th. Mob" 1* l_.. It I* II.... 10-11 Tha Fualtlv.
10 Movl.. "A Dnuhla Ufa" ItiOO, -4 Miami Matima II NiMkillfa o* Ih. Hold Coaa.f 11 too-4-1-7.1* N..., Waalkar, 1.-. Central and Southern F'lorlda I I I. picture tube!
11.30-1 Tonight with Jump Carson I Maka Room for .ddf. SO-4 My F....... Mania. It NawaHilO flood l Control Dmtricl aMid this EXCLUSIVe SALTS A SERVICEFRANK'S

f)01"1II III.' .)... 7 II Youth sun and Uunny tk. I... 1-7-ISW"J..r'.I: Calurl, 11::ill::4 II M.IVI.Nawa,, Tka Waalk.r'Uktak"mn"Bnarta III "an Important tcp ,In the di"- I

1.0S-11 NI."I..telo ISOa'li Anowarl PI.BMt BOO, -4 td Bulllvaa n.. 11,30-a t Tanlakl wllk Jokaay t'taraai rlc'i effort to Improve recreaonal TV '
,011, III." '10-4 Mllwauka BravM a*. rhl... I Munlflrant Montacaa PelicanBeauty
111 I* Movla lndla* |H>lla apaadway'WEDNESDAY i boating opportunities for ,
I1M1R' tlt- - - doltihla Pklllla B,SO--'.1 Th. tUbal 11M-1. It nt.h Nw.5,55li I and APPLIANCES ;
t ('obi. Ill... IB.lt Bm.d.ld.. : NI.ht.a.k :o.. hit moM heavily populated KCon '
1 FRIDAY 1* 111_'.'_ In lalna 5.00.4 1. My LMlif Doll .,01-" ...... of the Male." lleaMlqartrra forLiving I
II Happily HaanarItOO Bjoaani* ;
: Patrol IJka U Hot" - - "' Cokir" TV Salon i
-1 Hlihway 10-11 Movla. Komo Ilia new hill kigned/ !by IhireMdcnt. ,
I* rVjlk. Pnifll .:10-4 Jar Bl.hni Hkaw
( II Mate land IOuo-4, Candid' ea._ provide SI5,0)1)I ( ) for I he 72S Cok>rado :

(Soma ta Moody aicapt, ) 1130-a Snort. Himlnl. I.T Tko Ko*.a.I IUT. KMarataf Anny Corp* of Tngineera k1e./ I
.ill-4 ......m.. ...... .. "Introdua.tliMl 1* Htok Nrhool. 0..... ., tk. Work Movla. "My Droani U y...." of the "fca of I I 1..I.p by AppolntmeBl
ta g_ ........" II Know Your timiaI 11 Mu.. .. gin a study Nlily
11 "GoldenCross : 7i O-ll anNnanUI ClaaaroaaiilO ,00-* liar, and the luwwI i '-4 wknr Mr .....? and degree of federal' interest In" .i Myrtle Clark Cbln !ScitwlMiUS ,
: -II Mavl. Mlnn...ota ... N.hraakn I II TBA ("_. a* Monday aiwl) fratllres.louch I '
,100-4 Movla.Tti.. Pour Poalar" I It BBturdir It... 11 too- .'."-" ...", W.III_. ....... .tl(-4 Bun"." Iom..trr ". ... nmll "boat navlgaiuvnal OSCTOLA AT 74414,:
Fire"Installing 9.30--4. Cook In. with Da.Alt. II Amarlrin" ll.nH.Und I I. Tka U.to..h.blo. llaralara. In Translation"IM : a* locks and lifit. on KU
I1 JO-4 Bald ....... II H.... Today "h.. I. I
.._ IIII... II ,rlt-.4 Mutt. 'If. Alway Fair 'tOO---4 Mutt, M.niaar. af Ika Wad. anal*. .- -.
j I powerful Golden (lama. aa Monday iraptt t.,4*-II PlayhouMI WaatkarMovla" eta". Today the PCD I U manauing a --.
U I MINIMUM ..1vacs ." Ivarr Huniar"I I
.... -
I 00--1II III. rat
roll dye, i i. actually like mo1vC- 4ISO .4 Movl. Nla-kt Whkaut. Rlani1 a 100-4 .urr..... Ilea Ika llntoiukaklaa. Allan,, network of nN>ri thin I.UH) miles. PELICAN
_Jj TV jr let "r"u nearer theatation. 7 Mavla. "Clt, That N...r $......." atar and NaryIt I<**-!! NKkiwau Ha. I of .canal. Corner said! Jtut rplilWit LANDSCAPEAND
4g your Ii40-4 laaatar Bniataar. TOIl aiar. BuwllnniM *H>*-II Marl M*. I (II..... *a Mnndny (srantllie 1 ,
| You'll see sharper, clearer I* HinkHikarry Hound ., 4 tint. Jaumayt = - *_I* Maria. "II"" .., fop T...." and dim tin moue canal
II riaklni Waatkat, Spas Ptonaara. .,10-. Mwrkt.Bailor. .. of Iko Ka,." bar the of honli and kern NURSERY
pictures on all channels.WilcoxHardyTV. .,.._.. Vldaovanturaa 4iOO 7 Cla_4..d BatlUfloldt 7 Tkoalr. MONDAYaCPT 7 Movla. "jiWtaM. Flfklyfanr"liatV :riHwand patnaga of htinxowner vlrluiillandkKked. ;
-4 Pkla.raakrtvaala
Branlat Wraotknir I* I ly / ;
[ .,00-4-1 Nawa, .--. Waatka II Jlmmr, floats Bhaw t Specialists inLANDSCAPING
I Nawi. WaatkarI 11 Dorm rap EJ Dail executive director of L
I 4,,30 5 0.0_.. Marafc' ( .100-4-1 Nawa Mow(., Waikr
Movla, Aaarka TarHiory
lhe the dlairlct
PCD. ha tried
Zenith CE
I .il*-II CaHiaaa.tla 7 Mo." era-0.7 CoaUaaaUl Clmiiiait T __. and W...h.r *
Phone AT 7-3242 -7 Baa Hunt .tOO -a Mr. )/.... I ", *-4 luaiwar aVaiMUrr "lUxlaaLMaratara I. Moat. "Tha G., Ftlrantit fox ntor than a decade to Interest :
l54.-, WaaUar. |...* 10-11 World, .. bpror I In Translation. ., ) II ComniMilil the' federal' fovrfnment' 'In buildt .
[SR 707 lessee Beach II II.... .iSO- TIES' I .iO-4 Collaaa ., tile .AM> ;: 7 Ia Hunt
1 hub Road .. Daror ..7 CMUnaaul Olaaaraaat (Maa>)> I* Now*. W....., lprMII t loch and lift to bypass the

train. II Oomady lima ...... Whir control dructiire*. but all DESIGN CONSTRUCTION ;
iad1 Hpank.li Na 1'35-4' Nwes.tla.Mekkla7
Almost Everyone Listens To .rOO-4 Nt.a, I porla, Waatka* ...-4 N... hi Ipaalak. I N l l Btr fforl. In Ihi pu..< wen imnuccloimu *.*- .
t-7 NantSO 7 CaMblna, AknaaoaII )I B-warfao ful
WSTU -4 Hiwallaa In Ulva Ua Ikia' Uay II ('koronn* Maintenance Supervisionalso
RADIO STATION I Praatarad rile.... *,*.- I Ually.. Daily Ward ,.* -4 W.W.Wallar' Crankll. ..
7 Pot Bilk. II ".wo. W..thoo .., .....- ......... Irtaklafj FRANK 'K nAnn: .
I* M....., "Tka TonN.pit" 1te0.4 PWhwaS. .
j *)-'4 DOME Vallay ay NEW: COURSE A r IRJC -
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. II ...... Waathar and puma ., T.dar5 a |t.ltl.>ll..
.>4-. u_.... &0...... roatlnaatal 1:...._ t Tk H__.... .
tto0TSA II ...... II T5A7r.4 Indian HI I v ir Junior College A Wide Selection Plants .
I.' claps 7t O -4 NawaI C,. B f.rl* ,dull education division now of. .
II Nlikdira an t... ( all CawlTilO e.nu.al1I .! *
-4 JavtU 0..... .h.. II.... 1..11"011.1.l N.rrl.lSaraI fern I new music etxirte for tiring '
MO DiT bolo lATVHDATKM .I'<0Tti I riiaarrMl. City .rod .4 c...... laanra Pour! 0.... mtrumenK. Anyone owning 1hsnln Loop Road, Palm City Dial 287.1918
KirW: 7 Tka L"a_..' .., Today la.ll Pally laka' *kaa>
.' .i ISIS. guitar, uk.lele' man.Julin
liHlt r IH WFW AD WKTHFH II OK'ar Uialta hoe1Move.' .. 1,10-4:, N.... Hlllklllla i
*|4. ILAf* 40KSJFH; 'F-R.nAD. ..011--..t It. 11._ it*-1| QaMan Peer 15.11 Sh.dlS4 or violin f h welcome h> )Join. The
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1., Mrnla. Ton Tail I..* Mlka, Daaalaa aIl I..11 .ural' L.loao.4 w court will bo 'taught \by
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Bally wood Palaa. Varirty ..-4 ...!. Burka'a law Frank ((4>h lck: In room (:.101

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l.rM Warld *f M.l lain 14 Shut of ......... County hand
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III. 144 "ft..._ flaw ..... ,*w* I.- Ckojavvaaakl WraaUU I lit**_4 N... ,
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wall guarantees: this. I !-- M .... ll.hjMt. H.. r. Trefl U" Capri.. rM ..,..... It| Jb.LADYHSH on go
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GUARANTEEDFor Iirw1.Polo.4 I
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*C THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS. Thurssley. Srpwwrt 14, 1964 scription, le., from Carlos II to A preservation laboratory has for their reward. The companies tion on all wreck sites. Our com

Philippus V, those from Mexico, been set up at the University of spend yarn searching There are mittee wants to see the state get
Reed Learned Scuba Diving WkH Watching Treasure if lacking both a date and monoarch' Florida. This it necessary as the i infrequent pey day. a better share than it has been re*
Operations name, by changes in the artifact must be immersed i in I agree with Val Clear that it ceiving
I crest Bogoto coins are quite dif- fresh water for periods of up to would be desirable for the state to Sincerely
ficult to categorize and little data forty months to remove the salt Initiate its own salvage operationand Nathaniel Reed
Martin County Resident Co-chairman is available. before proper preservation can be collect 100 per cent of the

NAT REED SPEAKS assured A cannon for instance, treasure but let it be understood,
if brought to the surface and left the cost to the taxpayer would be tit
Editor Stuart News: in the air, will literally faU to considerable I'Gants.IR".Obuu.

The very interesting article in pieces in a few months.As The has flaws
Of Committee Gold Hoard present y rtl .
i on Sharing a recent edition of the Sunday Free to the distribution of treasure and faults. Until j imr.u the
Press on the treasure hunt In progress the following procedure is in detection and sand-lifting equipment
off the Florida coast is of effect The State of Florida will' had not been fully perfected ;
MillionIn I great interest to every citizen of collect 25 per cent of the salvage Now that several companies have
Quarter bw and bier to the vicinity of the lem based on the location and position bo de barra," end of the bar.) our state able material-gold, silver and artifacts discovered new methods of sal I

Isthmus ol Panama where it picked of cannon. The greatest! These rough planchets, or flans In April 1964, I was appointed The gold and silver coins vage, the slate faces the monumental 1\\.t I.J
Treasure Is up goods brought northwardby percentage of artifacts and treasure after being further trimmed to the by Governor Bryant to the Marine will not be melted down. Gold I task of issuing leases, ';
the Pacific Armada from Peru. was recovered at one wreck proper weight were placed be- Salvage Committee of Florida. Our is valued by the United States ; guarding all salvaged material and
These goods were earned across site, and it Is possible that this I tween two dies formed in ironor committee is constructed as fellow Government at $35 an ounce. One : attempting to keep peace between ..
Given to State Panama to the Caribbean by mule ship is la Hollandeta or Nuestra steel (The design of the coin : There are representativesfrom small gold coin will hardly weigh I. various salvage companies.Our .. ta.
The other fleet, the Nuevo Es- Senora del Carmen, a Dutch ship had been driven into the die using the Florida universities and one-half ounce but may bring as function becomes more Know how to brighten
Editor's This Article pana Armada sailed to Vera leased! by the Spanish for this trip puncheons of various types.) the director of the Florida State much as $2,000 on the collectors' I. difficult as we must decide what
i note Tho: Stuart News'Martin appeared <<.:ruz. In the spring these fleet and assigned to the Nuevo Es- They were then "struck," producing Museum I represent the laymenof market Therefore, the coins wilt. material the state should receive your home'Mu
in would assemble in Havana and Armanda. the finished coins. The irregular Florida. be preserved. You can expect the
Free pana (Early examplesof Our function i is "to advise as its share A* there are no eX-
County Sunday then sail northward to the Ba- the Romant map of the 1 late shape of the planchets, the Trustees of the Internal successful salvage companies to 'l.lMte.u m..
Press ( in the field of valuation for
20. For the benefit
on Sept. perts :
of hama Channel past St. Augustine eighteenth century shows a Dutch clipped as they were from strips, Improvement Fund on the estab- market per year a small percent. ;t-L.d.UtJiL ....V
our many out-<(-atate before turning to the east for the ship, Hooker, wrecked in 1715 often resulted, as mentioned before lishment of proper safeguards of age of their share of the coins, material that has never before been .:,
readers, we are reprinting it in long voyage to Seville or Cadiz. tome distance north of an inlet referred -, in their carrying only a portion the historic values during salvage, thereby holding up the price muchas seen, you can understand our
The Stuart News air
regular In theory, the "flota" was an annual to the of the dies used to strike look at the salvage material afterit the diamond companies maintain problem.Our Q-
affair, but interruptions and There I Is 0-: Orin.ldRi inlet, them comes up! and give advice as to their prices. has the
committee urged
Around $240,000 to $280.000 delays were common and sailings I now closed in the "Mud Creek" i CREST OF SPAIN the historic, archaeological and Let everyone who reads this I II OCtAN BUR-STUARTFLA. I
in Spanish treasure was displayedon became increasingly irregular un- area some six to seven miles south I monetary values of the material"The article understand that the wrecksare state to tighten its control and fully
a table by toe board of trusteesof til the extinction: of the system of the present man-made inlet in Variations in the crest accompanied leases are not In our control not intact. Storms and teredos enforce its sovereign Jurisdic
the Internal Improvement Fundat midway in the eighteenth century Fort Pierce and approximatelytwo I different periods and monarch They are granted by the Trustees a marine mollusk, which resembles -I
Tallahassee Tuesday-and if TRY to three miles south of the during the span of time concerned of the Internal ImprovementFund a worm and lives on wood
the shade of Philip V of Spain wreck site) It is hoped that the It was the custom at Mexico in Tallahassee. The system have destroyed and obliterated any I I HEARING AIDS
had been there to whisper "It's Recovery of the treasure and recovery of additional artifacts and City that coins struck should presently being followed is that a visible sign of the wrecks. The '
mine," there would have been none goods I lost with the 1715 Plate Further research will provide positive bear on one side the crest of the salvage company requests an "ex wrecks: off Fort Pierce are buried I Acoustlccm and Zenith
to dispute him. Fleet wrecked: in the hurricane identification as to which I king under whom they were mint ploratory" lease on a wide area under ten feet or more of sand.
His castles and the Cross of was begun almost immediately by ships of the 1715 fleet are represented ed, and on the other a cross, us of ocean bottom. After a searching I hope this dispels the romantic Service on all makes of instruments!
Spain, with the lions of Castile and the Spanish, directed by Juan del by this and other wrecks. ually of the Jerusalem variety.. The if they find something they vision that these. wrecks are intact t
Leon and the inscription in Latin: Hoyo Solorzano, who within weeks MANY RARE OBJECTS crest, during this period, a variation request a pinpoint' lease On obtaining and that the salvage divers swim +' AARP-NRTA special program by
"Philip V. King of Spain and the established a base camp and small : of the Hapsburg shield, bore the pinpoint lease the state's into the ship holds coming out Acousticon
Indies by the Grace of God" fort in the vicinity of the wrecks Recovered artifacts include cannon the coats of arms of other territories l marine archaeologist under our with bar of gold The hard cold
were imprinted on the elght-encu-' and began salvage operations. cannon balls and bar shot of then under Spanish domination committee's director: starts the facts marine salvage on the Free hearing test In home or office
do pieces minted )in Lima, Peru, While the Spanish camp has been various types, sounding leads (one In most cases, mtntmgs salvage company'* operation under r Fort Pierce wrecks: are as follows. '
in 1703. located by some sources on CapeCanaveral dated 1712)), muskets, musket and of silver coins paralieied gold issues a proper procedure The state The divers work in very disagreeable / D :. :i Batteries, cords, mold
The governor of Florida circa it Is more likely thatIt pistol balls, plates, didders
pewter map Coins
Lima has
and the
to cancel
right a lease, evenif conditions caused! by the low
1964 allowed the President of the
was Just south of the inlet at two examples of what may Aid Center
United States to hold one of the Sebastian, closer! to the known be ships' anvils, pry bars, olive I. lacking a date are mm readily gold and silver is being salvaged water temperature rough, dirty Hearing
coins President Lyndon B. of of identified as to period by a changein if procedures with twelve inches of
on wrecks the fleet (Results jar fragments and other ceramics proper are not water only : 709 ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 4614266
Johnson's rceent visit to Miami. Hale Smith's excavations in the is well as Iron and bronze fastenings the monarch's name In the in ,being adhered to visibility. They work long hours
And then Governor Farris : tEach area of the Higgs' site, BR 139, 2,4 fragment of timbers, bal
ant asked LBI, to hand (it b miles south of Sebastian, Inlet seem last stones and rigging, including!
is estimated to be worth to indicate this may have been the "dead eyel." A quantity of precious
around $16.000 In the rare coin main salvage camp. There is positive metals has been recovered, IncludIng -
market. On the reverse these glittering ceramic association at this several gold chains, some five ,. \ .
coins the Pillars of site The elaborate to six feet : > ?' >': "h : : : : 1
carry ) Spanish kept long with intricately ;: ; :, : 'I ; : ;
Hercules Sea, with the abbreviation fashioned links ; ,
on daily records on large parchment gold rings, I In : .
; ,\t''! '1"' ,, ...., .... .
PVA (Plus Ultra There 'P. ;: 'O',0'1. '
sheets of the recovered '
some carved .
goods Approximately cases elaborately .., ...- '
; .
; I i..; 'fl ;; '
is more beyond 4,900.000 pesos in and round pie-shaped gold and t n,1, i' /L.> ." I. .L.Y.+.Y. ..... ,,: ;..f",.
LOCAL MAN THERE treasure were recovered from the silver ingots weighing up to thirty- !{ ': "t ., lt ,. :: .' ";:.

galleons-Tlerra Firme Almiranla two pounds have been recovered, r \, ,, .. "' ,:i'i., t.:'
There when the state received ,.IJrca de Lima and la Hollan- along with silver forks knife handles ., ; .
its quarter 1 of a million dollar more desa The makeup of the separate and candlesticks Spanish : ,., Buick 'If.r, f' ',r""'"
or treasure was NathanielP. armada!! was usually as follows: "cobs' ," irregular die-stamped coins I. : 'i? '
Reed, a Martin County resident two or more galleons or warships of gold and silver have been found 65 ,e.n '."" !"J. '

who is co-chairman of a carrying forty to sixty cannon with dates ranging from 1692 in Buick :
special committee set up to eval- would accompany the more lightly the case of silver and 1697 in the ,\
uate the treasure and see that the armed "nao" A high-ranking case of gold to 1715. "
State gets its proper share, which Spanish officer was aboard the .
is one-fourth of the finds 'Capitania," the galleon normally several! : : : J .L
Reed, of the Town of Jupiter in command of the "flota" or
the latter
ing part of the reign of
frank to admit that it j t", '
Inland, was \
armada. A second galleon, refer
Charles 11 ((1665.I 7(0)) and the
was most difficult to place a firm red to as the "Almlranta carrieda early portion (1700-1714)( ) of the w. ".
value on many of the rare gold high-rankin, naval officer The first reign of Philip V ((1700-1724)) ..
nieces, some of which are unique command switched from the of Spain. During this period \ .
There are no others \like them in I "Capitania"' to the "Almiranta" under then were at leant four mints operating

the .world. But as a sportsman who certain circumstances for example on the mainland of Spanish '''
has enjoyed the thrills of battling I an attack from pirates or America: Mexico I City, [Ama, : :
R down the huge bluefin tuna admit and enemy ships Both the "Capitania" Santa Fe de Bogota and FotoslI .' '
marlin of the Bahamas, he and the "Almiranata" retained here Is more available data on *<>
ted that there were no thrills to their original names, for example, Mexico mint coins and also more ,
beat his new-found sport of scuba I the "Capitania" of the Nuevo ts- of these coins have been recovered. ,
diving for treasure, pana Armada of the 1715 fleet The Mexico City mint began
He personally found one of the was the Concepclon In the case operations i In 1536, elghty-(our
elght-escudo pieces while diving of a combined fleet or "flota" years before the Pilgrims landed
at (the site of a wreck off Fort there would be two capitanias and and 250 years before the establishment -
Pierce Gold chains, gold bars, all two almlrantas! In some cases, if of a United States mint
ver and antique objects of'the sea the "flota" were of considerablesize In 1679, during the reign of CarlosII
were Included in .. shareof or Importance, there wouldbe royal decrees permitted the
an estimated $1,000,000 worthof additional galleons in com coining of gold at this mint which

treasure .mand positions. had customarily coined III I I Var.
"It is my hope he told The
I Mexico mint coins usually carriedthe
,Stuart News, "that Florida's, shareof TILE PIRATES ATTACK crest of the king on the obverse

this treasure will be displayedin ,Pirates and salvagers", from all and a Jerusalem cross on f a ,
our museums. It 'would be,wonderful over the Caribbean hampered the the reverse side. vy x )0,,,
for Instance, if complete Spanish activities, attacking the Lima coined both gold and silver ,
series of these antique coma and in ."
salvage and the most denominations during
relics of Plate Fleet were on display wreck, In 1718, ad iIlMi I this period The coins carried pillars "'.',
at" the House of Refuge Mu- :I a diving contractor for the Spanish of Hercules and waves on H ;

seum. reached the area with a small obverse and a cross, usually with '.
A letter from Reed, commenting squadron! and surprised and cap arms of Castile and Leon on reverse IllggyNr ci/ : .
on his responsibilities on tured eight sloops and luggers side Santa Fe de Bogota .
U be foundat II> ttic tic
treasure committee, to e"
"fishing" on the wrecks Several coined silver and gold in denomination
of this article. .
the conclusion smaller '
Meanwhile, here Is the official Spanish ships were attacked on than eight escu '\\ '.-t .' ".''-,'1l -
Havana with doll Work is somewhat less "
their way to recov refined .: ':
R. Kidd, ,
announcement by ered goods and treasure One"putache" than other mints and little ;'as fie nr"itairlx ;.
executive, director of the I. I. Y +a
: carrying 100,000 pesos data ie available Coins carried i. h S !
s Board, which he made at the unveiling worth of treasure was reportedly monarch's shield on obverse and !' f'I" >I" d.40\ < x

of the golden hood: captured by pirates. It 1 Is not known cross in design, on reverse. Poto l ,, ;. :,):9v is:4 ftI f,:,
HURRICANE OP 1715 how much: treasure was lost In this coined only silver until late in "yl'Y" .1'4 'f d'< "a lilt. 'f 'cr-b.' ,; 1 ,"' 1 ".,.;'J
way. One of the pirates, William the eighteenth century. Design Is ",, I' ,.'It.aav Inc, i,/,.. .
i It la appropriate( that this treasure Jennings, originally commissionedby similar to that used by l.hna, but :: 4 a
the 1964 .. .. ,:: :::;
be displayed during the British to suppress piracy, mint marks in upper left corner r
hurricane season because a hurricane reportedly I attacked the Spanish differ, as do certain small design .
of 1715 left in its wake the salvage camp with 600 men landed features; for example, waves on We changed the Buick a lot this year. And you may never be the same again yourself :i, if
wreckage of ten Spanish galleonsrichly from four ships. He overwhelmed obvcrvj side tend to be steeperon .
laden with gold, silver and the defenders! capturing several Potosi 1 coins."REAL" .
other precious articles on Florida's I cannon and treasure amounting .

shores. to 350,000 pesos Jennings it. DESCRIPTION: We doubt you'll want to be the Not set on our Buicks. \ '
The sovereignty lands (Florida's later reported to have captured The basic unit of value was the same. once you eyes new it

offshore submerged lands) are un- several 'prizes," including! a Spanish "real," a small silver coin/ worth !
der The control and Jurisdiction brigantine carrying 3.000( 'onus approximately 1214 cents during On the Buick Special and the Skylark.The LeSabre, Electra 225, Riviera. .

of the Trustees Fund.of the The Internal Trustees Improvement leo* of gold in the Gulf of Mex monetary this period system(Influence can be on seen our in And on the sleek, modified fastback of the wild, wilderWildcat! in the picture. *- ;

of the attorney
consisting governor Current salvage operations have the Southern United States term \
of general agriculture treasurer and, commissioner the comp. been systematically carried on for for the real a "bit" Two I 1211 tent True, there's a new high-style touch. But that's} hardly all. Engineeringstill :' : !
several month on ships belonging reals became "two bits"--equltl. \ 4
Ida troller as, a act trusteeship for the people which of is HOT-I In to this fleet The wrecks bear lit ling a quarter Reals were coinedat has the emphasis. It's a Buick tradition. So are the extr&lS' <,
tle resemblance to the commonlyheld times in denominationsof '
many. business ways comparable trust. Florida's to any boundaries normal conception of a large hulk varying U, tic, I, 2, 3, 4, and 8. Gold Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better. "! ;
lying on the bottom its mails and was struck in denominations of

miles extend into out the three Atlantic geographical Ocean rigging largely intact with perhaps I I. 2, 4 and 8 escinlos, an escudo And smoother drivelines. A tuned suspension to smooth ribcage roads. :; tg
a few fish swimming lazily in and being the equivalent of sixteen
the and Gulf nine of geographical Mexico. miles out through of a which gaping gold hole in in chests the hull can "a Is. Now add Buick's Super Turbine transmissions-and you have an idea : '

l lti e.la have recent been months under salvage way in activ the be seen of dimly the ship gleaming and The artifactsare remains "round"Although coins/ some were more-minted or duringthe I less of what Buick owners have always.liked about Buick.We think )"Ou'11 feel the same '

Fort Pierce area on wrecks: of reign of Charles II and Philip '
ships the 1715 SpanishPlate scattered over several acres iV, by far the mont common :.t.:
comprising of lea(1I', This is partly due to type .
Fleet or ptaU flout Disaster of coinage was of the "eo"a'\ / u 4
the of the original impact t !
in the form of a hurricane, severity ; riety These coins were extremely -, .r "f1 ,;
befell this fleet on July 30. 1715, but moM" importantly wind, to the the action rough/ and irregular in shape and .;.. .. '.. .lJ
of and
destroying ten of the eleven ships waves during in most instances bear only port r -- ', '
northward off the Florida breaking upI the hulls and superstructures \ tions of the dw ':} "I
uJOto form ,
sailing .
There Is little discernible ,) .t. ; :,
coast The (Iota-system. merchant them. An effort was usually made, \

vessels escorted by heavily- I salvage( operation pattern remaining carried on utilIzing and- supported by royal decree: to impress ". \ .. _. f''"_, ..-..,"'. Ij Ij1
armed warships was put in use by both surface-supplied and the mint mark. and particu ,
Spain I in the mix-sixteenth century larly the assayer s initials on these Wouldn't have ,
''to maintain certain trade polities self-contained along with I electronic diving equipment detecting, coins. The shape of the coins/ was you really: rather a Buick ..\ ': /.: .
and to discourage pirate attacks and several of of little concern during this per
on ships returning to Spain richly equipment and types water iod, but it was important that the ,
laden with gold silver and dyes dredging apparatus weight and sue of the coin be correct .
from the, New World, and silks pumping systems. The salvagers as decreed by law Basically :
themselves do not conform to the 'j
and china which: had been brought the process was as follows, molten .
from the East aboard the Manila "treasure business hunter" image, to them,, gold or silver was poured out on SEE YOU LOCAL AUTHORIZED\ EUICK( DEALER AUTHORIZED! BUICK DEALER in( THIS AREA" ; T a t" :
this is a and ia approached :
and! carried flat surfaces in
Galleons to Acapulco long thin atrlps.When '
such.Fragments. 11
overland by mule to!, Vera as cool, pieces: of the approximate Inc.x .
Customarily. each veer two Cruz'j of the ship and quantities ( size and weight of the denomination AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC
were dispatched from of artifacts have been bested desired were cut or
the Caribbean area. One fleet, the and/or recovered and their clipped off in succession from
Tierra Frnne Armada aaijedIto I I positions plotted, utilizing in the the end of the bar. (Hence the t14 SOUTII FEDERAL HIGHWAY Ar 7.J..CU STUART, FLORID

cSsagm' in present-day 'case of one' wreck t "gr P eye term "Cob" from the Spanish *ca-


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11rF Sit ART (Flarda) r Z1'1 Tour::Jae September ?3. ?')64 !">
d''" : :
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Must Hold Referendum on
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JUPITER NEWS Good FashionJupiter II for Sales I ., .//V I t tI

MRS. ANNA MESEAR. Comspoadtot Phoo 74M643 Hours Liquor I
Teacher \ I
School Parent ]
atrfa.ww b a..ww..soda..rrwwcaArrt+nhii.aWM t srw9aoaR "
Association! opened its fall season I l1'tdeIy divergent group" !, were The bulkhead line for the town I J I !
New Monday evening with ISO members represented at Jupiter Town ('ounul riverfront was also discussed! and ;
To Dedicate ,
Baptists attending meeting Tutmiy night when Building Inspector James Daily
A challenging program for the the ordinance for a Change in (the announced that the work had \. r.
year i by Mrs. William hours tor UM sate of alcoholic started on the new high school ,'I
hurch Edifice on Sunday i H. Gibson! with plans. to divide beverages came up for the third building. "

the meeting occasionally, slanting and final rewttnf. !J
Dr. Jess Moody of tho First present air-conditiorveJ, heated facility one section to the elementary parents Mayor Richard Stalls tactfully ,
Baptist Church, West Palm Beach, I was awarded to Jack Rob- and one to the high school called for opwwna from both Church NewsChurch I .
till be the guest speaker at the I the group. factions and directed the discussion .
son, who completed building The president, Robert Nichols, .
\dication service of the First i which proceeded without bit.lernC1ol. women of the area began 1
laptist Church, Tequesta in May introduced Principal Howard Sy- .. Colonel Earl Bender pre their fall activities this
lupitcr, Sunday, Sept. 27,Drive'l The building is designed to accommodate en, who in turned introduced the I tented: facts which brought I to with missionary and women, pastweek 's
).m. Rev William Cox, also of 325 in worship and faculty. Mr. Swyer told of improvements light (he necessity of having a association meetings. I

e First Baptist Church of West I 200 in its educational departments. in the school, nladeunttch'thi referendum to change' the present The Methodist Church Missionary -
aIm Beach will be the soloist. He pointed' out law. The ordinance under consideration
One of the outstanding features is : : had an enrollment Society heard Mrs. Edward

The dedicatory service marks the modem nursery which can of 338 pupil in 1957, after was Town tabled for the timebeing Bui- Broman of North Palm Beach, talk ]

lie sixth formation.anniversary of thehurchs take care of thirty-six/ children. now had. 643 elementary school: lard Donncll read the Attorney charier sections on her recent life among the In-
Organized inShopper's this of and pupils and 692 In the junior and diana of Peru aa a missionary ,
During time planning that the
e U. S. I, showing matter k .u
Square on
worker for the Wycliffa BiMo
the church has senior high schools. The 1,337 total -
embeR of the young church met relocation, more would have to be presented at a Translators.Mrs. I
both its is increase of ninety-eight
other and in than doubled congregation : an municipal general election
buildings even
income. pupils over last Broman, who returns to st
and its year
tent until built their first I Commissioner Louise! Johnston
they "
Mr. Swyers spoke especially of Peru in October, brought costumes: .
The present pastor, Rev. Paul asked that the
Pennock and six
nctuary on Lane town move palm
the Junior High School' Handbook I made of bird feathers, fabric woven I
the church
Thomson- to from
diantown Road. Within two came I trees from the new rightof-way
a first in that line, whichis by the Indians jewelry, and
of Buffalo Graduate
they built addition the University of widened At A. The
ears two tohe palms,
by other schools for her talk about" the
being pictures
1962. Mr and copied
church and the School in October which placed Alter
by 1963 conregation were along
found that Mrs. Thomson and their five sons He also said that the five portableclassrooms work done among the forty tribesin
( [ even these
erected will he Travelers Peru. Taken there
being originallyby
acilitics live at IS Pine Tree Circle.
were outgrown. J finished this winter. The Board of her desire to help her child." who
> They then secured a larger ed to maturity, will be placed ina
property I Education of $1,757 to the with asthma well
was '
grant which the BOOK slIu.n..1t HUt "PtAI'IoU'Is'-: shelves made! of c llhl'lIl.h: pine lumber and common.red
that area town has
felt J
[ they to be in a more Mr and Mrs. Peter Albam, elementary library was also! an as by a dedication to Christian
planned for the Indiantown ROIId.I brick, cost S l 1"5 including tat They were created by a staff member of the Stuart New
[centrally located area on Teques- Sullivan Road announce the birth nounced by Mr. Swyers This addition Mission Mrs. Broman is going' building .
I ta Drive. In February, 1964 thecontract of a son, Gregory James, 0 n I I to the library brings it up I Alternate AIA I intersection.: They back to the work this fall and will who says they can: be made three ".stones high without becoming wobbly The boards can bo

for construction of the Sept. 9. to full standard he said. I will put water into the park area be Joined! in December by Mr. stained or varnished us one likct ._
I at same tune, It was decided -- ----- --------- -- ---
I The Adult Education Department I Broman, who is a design engineer --
Commissioner Marie
of Palm Beach County is Cross introduced at Pratthitncy Trailer Burned About 73 per cent of the na. Television cameras monitor ttivity .
HAVE FUN ENJOY LIFE holding classes in art. modern who three Jupiter High School Mrs. George Call Sr and Mrs tion's labor" f"re.'rkcJ on farms on a coal conveyor eight/
I' mathematics, and shorthand' and seniors were of their observing: the logo/ Mayo' were hostesses for the At (Port Salerno in 1820, but the number had fallen r and one-half miles long, the long I
EAT OUT MORE OFTEN meeting as part studies in
typing at Jupiter School this year Americanism va Communism. meeting at the church annex.The to 12. per cent in I9M). cst in the_._world.._ .
he said fire of undetermined -- -- ---
Women's Association of the A origin .
Barbara !
They were Albright, Bar.hara
I Good health cornet largely from properly prpared food Coach Hicks in announcing the Kirk and George Cranmer.: First Presbyterian Church openedits destroyed an unoccupied house'
football with Okcechofccc. Port Sukrno about I
I game trailer at
SPECIAL: FOR NEXT SUNDAY reminded the parents that Jupiter The council heard complaints winter at tho season church with hall.a potluck Mrs, 1 12:30: am, Monday PINES MOBILE VILLAGENow
TENDER YOUNG BEEF held the conference championship that raw sewage, the refuse of a supper Owner of the trailer was Hobby
LIVER AND ONIONS $100 in football, basketball, baseball and Ideal septic tank's trucks, is being Charles Rice presented the pro- Long, who had moved .Iran the under the New Ownership of
track this dumped into an area which gram.
Choice of Two Side Dishes. Rolls and Butler I Carey Bussell pa&t ,year.student councilor, drains into a creek and Loxaha Hostesses for the dinner were Port Sunday.Sulcrna IN Chief Jack MR. PIERCE DROWN.

Coffter or Tra Choir of Dessert! discussed! the new courses being tehee River Also! complaintswere the executive board members who Saundcrson reported the lout at

'presented at Jupiter School this made against junk cars or are Mrs. Warringian Stark Mrs. about" $2KX() ) ). The trailer wan In We Have AvailableFor
POWELL'S DINER & MOTEL year, Mrs. James Peed, high school: cart being repaired out in the Jack Sorden, Mrs Charles Schaeffcr : Salerno Trailer I'uik on St tUlle: Space
library chairman.ked for volunteers open adjacent to the city streets Mrs. Bruce Moore, Mrs Avenue
to the 1 hey took steps to act on both James White, Mrs Rice' Mrs. W. Trailers To 65 Feet
U. S. No. I 2 Block: North of Roosevelt Bridge| help in library. ---y Up
C. Mrs.
complaints Wilkinson T. M. Harrington
ERteMkhrd 15 Yean The executive board was hostfor TIIIRfY CARUISIROM '
over Commissioner Cross brought out and Mrs James Chap-
A SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY !MEAL Mondays meeting. plan for additional roads and pelka. lIUMIJ TIIIH Ol.l\\AUR ARM With Direct Florida Power Billing

OCtES FUll THEIR parking around the post office The Mayflower Circle and the
BOVSKS: the roads being for the purpose Friendly Circle of the People Con Thirty car front Martin County also
of more effective police patrols gregational Church also met this bearing supporter of Senator
Jupiter area Jaycees entertain in the area.HARHIOKS. week after a summer vacation Barry Goldwaler, nude up a mo- All Wiring Underground
slljr ed their bosses and prominent Itircade driving to Orlando last'
rrs the
yy, Mayflower Circle following
+ guests at a dinner at Sum-Samh, devotionals led by Mrs Jamas Tuesday where they heard the plus Sewerage! DijpdsulIjiuindry

Thursday evening.Lieutenant '' RIM I Mi near, held a business sciuionduring Republican: presidential candidate and Club I louse
James A Blake, commander OKIECIIOBEEJupiter: : : I which made for speak on his campaign' tour of the
plan were
of the U.S.C.O. Loran Sta I' Southern stales.
lion, was the guest speaker Lieu High Warriors opened the Christinas bursar and other I for information write

tenant Blake discussed United I I their 1964 football. season! with a winter activities. Hostesses for Niels Nevad I recuperating

States Coast Guard Academy, its I 19-0\ ( win over Ukeechobee Brahmans Albrecht the meeting;Mrs.were Mrs. Theresa from a heart siiaek In. Good Samaritan PINES MOBILE VILLAGE
Kelly i
landing and requirements He said riday at Okcechobce. Ogleoby Honpital
that entrance to the academy was I' The Warriors completely dominated John Woodard.Ziegler and Mrs Vance ,I .- I m MILF.SSOLnilOFSIUARrONU.! I & t

on a strictly competitive basis play by grinding out 2H3 Mrs. Ldscl Harrison entertained Yellow pencil outsell all other r. n. BOX 766 .MUARf I nORII\
Frank router, state president of yards on the ground and. holding colors three to one
f. I the Friendly Circle al her home . .
the talked ------ -- -- -
Jaycees, about the valueof their opponents to 30 net yards .
on Philadelphia Drive on Tuesday
Jaycee membership to young rushing.
men. He emphasized training in Midway in the third period Dan- evening

Always a good selection of trade-In Volkswagens leadership and organizational work ny Mills lit up the Scoreboard: : for THURS. FRI. & SAT. ONLY!
for the members. Jupiter He took a handoff from Corsage Design ,
More.Jradl fns taken. County Commimioner E. P. (ary Voorhces and bulled his way
VanKeue! and .Mayor Richard 17 rarde U>T pay dirt. George Woolen .
every day as we deliver Stalls were also honored guests s extra point attempt failed. Explained -s.
The Jaycees have announcedthat The scoring (play capped a 60-
season football tickets for all yard drive in eight plays t
Mrs llobart Collins conduced t
the Warriors' games are on sale Early: in the /final period Voor
1965 t for Travelers
Model at $375, and each Jaycee has corsage workshop
bees, on a quarterback keeper play, Palm Ciardcn: Club; members alSalhaven
tickets for your convenience. ducked) in "behind htI I race Tuesday, assisted. by Mrs. \SJIl

RICORD HOPS"OCOMIMJE of Donovan Ho/cman and Fred Wilson" the club president
34 yards for the Warrior second
The finished corsage: were prt ,
Volkswagens six-pointer, It look only three tented to the residents at Salhav we
The Friday night Record Hop plays to score from 40( yards out. en Convalescent Hume Those
at Jupiter-Tequcsts Junior Cm- Woolen made the attic point, taking part in the workshop! were I 'I
'63 Volkswagen rens Building with John Morgan putting Jupiter ahead |30.Kandy A. .
Mrs J Green, Mrs. Bruno
\ Sunroof $1495 H arddtop .Ch" $1195 pinning the records for the young Williams, an outside linebacker Mondm, Mrs. Paul Hanky, Mrs. MANY MLNS rn.I,11I LOW Al ,

, people, will be continued through intercepted a pans on the Ciunnar Meulengrachl, Mrs. William
I t 59 VolkswagenPicknp 59 Volkswagen the winter, according to announcement Brahman 20-yard line and raced Jacques. Mrs. Meyer Lefko- ,

Track .. $495 Sedan .... ...... ... $895 made by Tina Roscello/ senior Into t thu end zone for the final wits Mrs. Lyman' Austin Mrs HALF PRICE '
committee member One hun-
t' 62 score John Hardy, Mrs. William B'n' ,. .
VoUuiwagea 5*
$1395 Volkswagen $595 dred and fifty young people were Niels Ncvsd led Jupiter on defense Olin Mrs. Glen Blanchard: and a
I Sedan Stadoai Wafosi on hand for the Hop last Friday, with eleven tackles.
guest, Mrs. Crane, of Juno ReachJHRE
'61 the said. We are remnd.lln| nur _.', drparlnwut and r
Volkswagen '
Sedan $1195 SediM 56 Volkswagen $445 The membership committee met I PRINCIPAL AD B)RFSSIIf: : : AND 1IILREMrt want to clear owl M mash mrrchandlM ae we can. 1 r'' 4 F A'
Monday night to make plans fora CLUB
formal dance with live orchestra here art tome of the typical .bawRalmmill r I f y
30 a Jack Robton spent (1':0"wilh : {
) DAY UNCONDITIONAL: GUARANTEEST. as the opening gun of the big Robert W. Fulton principal al her "son-in-lIIw and daughter, find Remember 'though' 1 hun., Fri, Sal' only I ISPORT fi

} fall membership drive Letters 'Severest High School, was guest Mr and Mrs. R L. Pope, In Jack. 4
the Junior
speaker at Women'sClub
were sent to membersby tonville Mr Robton
1 LUCIE prospective drove to
the committee which included Tuesday meeting at theJT.J.C. Jacksonville after the storm with &

i' j 2806 OKEFCIIOBEE ROAD PHONE 110 1-4043 Mr and Mrs. Jack OBrien Mr. I Building Mr. Fulton spokeon supplies for the family, Including,
: and Mrs. H A, Nessmiih, Junior "Fducation."Yesterday Today steaks and a grill./ MAMIUTAN, e s e +
i Citizen's President Paul Richard and Tomorrow ARROW, HANDY MdONU.uIt. 9E )
FORT PIERCE Sandi tarn. Judy Harp Marilyn i Hostesses for the Min were Colonel and Mrs Earl Bender cr I
I Hepburn Rusty Lam and Niels Mr. J. T Akin I Delorct and t their son, Billy, and grandson. ... .Us It.... '4." II U.es ,> treith
Nevad. I Hall, Mrs. Charles Halt, and Mrs Kim Swank, of West Palm Beach, '

fi.=--.-_.. ..."- .. '. ..-.-. --.-- .. ___-- .---., '"= .- .L.- I Jack Junior Malhews.Women's Club activities in have Traverse returned City'from, Mich two. months where 2 .'O $5. 3 t1)H $10. ,

for the part week alto Included a they have a cottage. They came t p
dance held' Saturday night at the home into "Oeo" and had the. u." Each U.7t t.

J.r,J C Building:: for DM members road ahead of them cleared: by a
and their friend Muse was furnished power company motorcade and
by the "AcHibV for the crrw which was coining! In from I CASUAL[ COATS x' M

merry gathering.CA11IOUC the west coast of Florida to help
FOR RENTBRAND restore service t r
MmtlFR.il MEET Mrs. James Baby recently returned Rtpiktf. f.I4.M ...... + ..,,swI
Rev Benin Roll. O.P.M. /
I a vacation In !C. /
national l director of the Cant
ifleriMy Louis/ where she was the guest of
of Christian rtctbfrt" wasthe I| ENflRKtllOCKMEN'S ;
her sister-in-law. Mrs. Bet Dayton 1 ,
guest speaker at the September and Dr, and Mrs. John fOIl. STRAW! HATS trR.gmiL -
of SL Jades
meeting Christian
She aim visited Mrs. Victor Smith
NEW Mothers. Approumatcry s l 111 y In Bowling Green KT) and spent .. $1.9I Ie I.....
member and .heard
guest Father I M
time lime at Western Kentucky
Roll speak on the Ideal of Catho- State. where her son, HALF PRICE
lie Hume Me and the Benefit of Coller.
James 6 student
RIVERFRONTAPARTMENTS Membership m a Parish Confraternity

of Christian. Mother, A OCR ICAILKFU: BHAMl
question and) antwcr period followed Commander White and
the lalka Service Officer: Joseph ('..+nn, I SPORT caA'rsIer'I
Veterans of foreign/ Wan. Jupiter
president of the Last Coa.t Deanery Light Pot 397), met with the I ae..ti.u rail ,

wa an honored pint al the trustees of Jupiter Cemetery on
i meeting.Mr Monday night to volunteer the = :;,>>j$2299:
*. William.. Dwyer gave a I, POMS services .ia taking Care of R '
IN THE HEART OF STUARTTwo sampling of several new books on the cemetery, Regular W.9S to J24.9S

timely topic for mothers that will -
Blocks North of the Court House be reviewed at the coming meet OBITUARY | Don't Miss Our
Irt,. Mrs. Robert Ijidwlg announced AURIO JVL IIAMMrJt I I to $
Oaly: HUM apaHaaea lea this .,... anew bar 1IdiJIs ....-....c Ike Wwtifal SC Lack the sal of Christmas carde snJwrapp.n Alfred M. Hammer of It* Colony I BARGAIN TABLE $499 499

R1va. They art the tart wen aa SMKkra tw. aedrooaa a.artas.aai cewpbte wMeratnl nuw under way. fur the Road formerly of Palm. Beach: ,
held MU air ttmdMunlmf T.. af d** hive .......4 pure.... Al banDM bcneftf d the dIN Friday Al kind. W a4d and ead .1 Meng. sad dlerentiawd'sudeh. .

rkwat cafcaarla, rtfirlcrntar racc etc. llwre'f a wards ... airier la the .sB4y Fund for (the purchase. of ritual Wvitort include hi I widow, Jh,e* KeaM. al aabclMtaMe ......, ,"noSt.

area. Tat he rca4 eater farahat ar ..,......... 0,.. f. aaiasttlus a. iitias aid. for the catevtuam school Mildred M. Horsier Jupiter two
kacawlbf. Sslarfay ... Ss day. .have been given .bjr the orgaatu miss. Alfred R.. ttka. Mich., and
UM. Mrs WiUwai I. Forbes, prea.idem I Fdwsrd K Birmingham, Mich; ,I
aAnuuacedMr three brother Maj O" RKIeraBeach I uaDepartment Store
SEMINOLE SHORES APARTMENTSW. *. O>*pio Legal wr.she.; Renshard. Was Covma, ..

turrrit g E. WIIFJXJiR.: PflONC; AT 7-1IW meeting were Mrs. CJul Lucat, one sister, Mrs. Carl I E. = '

53 EAST SEMINOLE STREET STUART MoCord.Mr*. Donald Mrs MJbJe. ChristM, Mr*. Richard Mayr grandchildren.Service Birmingham, .Mich-, and five I fYour Dollar, ttuys More At the Quality $((6ftr";

lama George Mthooejr MS .)Uv I were hU Sunday la 1 ?."..,....{p.**tT'.. UX1E'D' tLACUX LY DOWN IOWNS1.tML.;

MatnacuMX ,West Palo Beach.


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a C K CUBED STEAKS ._ Lt 89c DOROTHY_ _MeALLBTHt! CermpoBoeat M.Z!!?
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.. STEW BEEF ii 59= Baptist Youth Crusaders

I CHOICE WESTERN If!. BO.NSUM Plan Many Activities

As T u. A pfaiMinf attest for the were Carol Yoder. Juanri P-
I lucy Youth Cnnadc WM held Salurlr Vk{ *. YovaaMood. Rick.; *
t : 'tiui QUICK FROZENMEDIUM $eft. 1,. ReiweeattUve hart and Janet MeAMstsr.Pfea .
HRIMP .. u. 79= five Baptnt churches in Martin were weirs d ford
CoulliQ' met at Tropical Farm Baptnc meeMf the Fin Baptist < '
TWIN .SLICED: VARWTY PICK Church at 2':>>. at Smart, Pam BapttM "
Close From Induntowa rcprtentaliv Cky Rk Baptist Church. n
-"J MEAT 4ger3 MeBwrial BapiMt! of In&):
II and Tropical: Farms Baptist( '
T,mimed 45st."PDUCIIT" QUICK FROZEN Choir The first meeting wilt. *t
1 Baptist ,,
Oct 17 1 at Dunkhn Memor '

Lg? . :FILLETS n 39 Holds SocialA officers bat Church and in inform Indiantown' all >ounj t' ;:

ms+ ss CAIN QUICK FROZEN. BREADED pie of the Youth Crusades
i Imo fi= -. Baptist Choir social wa held
,!J QDf.A "W III.i FISH STICKS .._... S'ftf' $100 Saturday, Sept. 12 at the bone FIREMEN MEET
; VINEGAR: 39 C : of Mr. and Mrs June Mortoo. Tie lodiaatown Volunteer I IDeparuneot F

i I jg ..*. *M. ft**, m .. A barbecue, with each tamlyhriapag held its regular _:t
; -Ji MORRELL-S COOKED BONELESS a coveted dish, and veal lag Saoirday Sep<< 19.
Y was 1ld. They kcted officers for >
Choir officer elected prior to coming year raring Oct. 3
$ !the election of Ms Betty Ny- Officers are: Chad Bill t
i : Canned HAM ib. card a* music director. aid JAck her; attmani chief. Ronnie M. ,
5 $3.59tI
Voder M sang l leader: by the welt ecretary George White. tJ.:
i church were Mrs. W. C. Cavcny, treasurer', Kea &:riDI-
can ,
president: Grady Smith vice peerden They received the new an-
; Suzanne Morton, ttcrelarytreasurer. lane Thunday. Sept. 17
sow caw a.. ... ....w ati : ;; Jim Wright. social comnaittee -
I rLRELes rACE : "SUPER.RIGIIT' PURE PORK FARM STYLE 7'1r'J churmaa, and Mr*. Wanda
ti '
I43 C Prevail bbrary committee Rosary Pea
: IIONhY: i man.

1- =::: = J SAUSAGE $ Mrs Those Ted attending Lou and were' Paul Rev.Beth god Is a Deadly
I $1 00 Gayle, and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs.
o bags W. C. Caveny, Mr. and Mn. Jack
s Williamson and Sandy, Linda Faye PlaythingRed
and Becky Mr. and Mrs. Mama
I Nygard and Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. .
Jim Wright and Evetya and Ran gad black may be aftractiucolon
dy. Mr and Mrs Archie C X and foe a lady to wear to a pat
.... Debbie and Charlie, Mr. and i tv, but when the red and bUct
sr w r..a.r. s
i i ChurB:tACL Lw tL1B,. BEEpRs : LIVER old Grad Wilder Smith aDd Mr.Pamela.and. Mrs.Mr.Mn.1 e can a small mean pea.danger.the comhiatio -
is the
q7I = Ib.29c Mrs. Richard Smith and This pea poisonous rosan
r Deputy Sheriff and Mrs or jequirirjr pea say Erdmaa
cs M s a an asj.. aar.w Prevail. Mist Juanell Prevail, Mr. West botanist emeritus with the
and Mrs. Ralph Adnance MM Florida Agricultural Experiment
Cheryl Adnance. Mr. and Mrs Stations. The pea grow wild a*
Bob Memos sod Helta George a weed in the sute from OrUnJo
A A P FRESH MEdAIi BATHROOM TISSUE: Gale and Robert, Mr. and Vln.Leoa southward.
NO"1".8 '''t SEhAVOR fndYA Uf"Itit' Beede and son. Mr.Mrs. sad Because ot their bright shiny
; IUD INSTANT COFFEE SOFT PLY TISSUE Dick Yoder sad Carol Ricky shells these seeds are often gathered
Dl1t1 Beverly. Sadie and Roxaoue Tar by children for playing games
JANE r/dncLl DELICIOUSLY NEW ruU Mr.. and Met James Aloe- Adult frequently use rosary peal

; ;; Hsr#;c 10-oz.Jar $ 1.29 10 Pkg.RQu 79c BANANA NUT Ion rDtSONALSC'OIIVWlations and Mathew. for are hidden oaroeotal making probably danger objects.jewelry unaware within and Such the other of persons seeds.the or.

rail 101.- asLae I o Deborah West points out that a single
= L FI Snipes who will; celebrate her aixleeoth pea when chewed thoroughly con'tame
I I birthday Monday Sept 28. enough poison to kill an adult
The poison is abet, which b absorbed
Mrs. R. E. Beach.: Sylvia and
I 1 1I srLfaAt Poeald, visited R. E. Beach ja in the stomach.
I r A&P ,iuejjII.; \ I New Crop \ )Naples, where he is working. .I pod Rotary: on woody peas grow vines.in flat Each brown seed

0 ,. I I TENDER WHITE I II I 79 Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. I is less than a quarter of an inch
J .. John W. Jackson of 300 Lee Ave- long and round in shape. It is
c Wat. ........ frozra iarat take I Mushrooms flue on the arrival of a new eight bright red with a jet black cap.
I caner from freexet .... pat at rtfrltnilDr| \ n 1 _I _\_ rI ", pound fourteen ow&Ge boy, Joha, 32Jb0taaiaUbamaihai: although
'ttt thaweela tanr| ary laaw by hamtnimt | \ w a + ......-" \'J.I: 'lIIIIr: Michael on Sept. 1 19. The Jack rosary peas are pretty they can
a* tap water late oft. Dnieboanl ti s, LJI.79c I :.->'. sons also have four daughters, be deadly if eajen. Children shouldbe .
I Myra. Martha Joni and Mary. told not to play with these' seedsor
ti Thawhe'" to rUy. Protect ate oarfify ofAAP ':a + '" Exciting new loaf cab studded with plump chunks
';, s Choke Meats.. '. Fj Lijq A Taste Treat I of walnuts.A delectable dessert perfect served Johnny Parson spent part of any other strange pbnLTwo
L I plain or with your favorite fruit or lee cream. last week hen with his parents,
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Mr. and Mrs. Claude Panoa. and ArrestedFor

t Mr. and Mrs. Browsed OaakiM Guns Theft
orBLUEBERRY and family, Linda.Cecil Mitchell

GRAPES 2 Ibs. 25c and with Ruby friends Gail and visited relative aa. Mayo From a DeputyA

PIE Mrs., Carrie Snipes and children l
Ricky: and Jimmy, returned Riviera Beach couple has been
.. t:., lo loduntown fiooa Lakeland.Mr. charged in Martin County with
NEW CROP JONATHANAPPLES "N liBraking and entering an auto on
SPECIAL! and Mrs. Frank Prevatt Hutchinson Island and taking t
YOU CHOICE celebrated their twenty-eighth wedding three gun from the glove com:
anniversary Saturday, Sept. partment.
4lb.bag49c' 19. The guns are owned 'by Deputy:
Sheriff H. f. Bad of Dade County
49 Mrs Wanda Prevail Sunday
v"ll. +
t r and Monday visiting aer who was parked at the beach.
Charged Norman J. and
mother Mrs ROM Armstrong, of an
Myrtle Drawdy. They were arrested -
Belle Glade. While there they went
EASTERN REGULAR WHITE REG. 59* to QewHioa to visit Mrs. PiWati's. in Palm Beach County.
sister and family Mr, and Mrs V. Ball reported that be was suspicious
Jan Parker offer two detectable: pica, one fitted R. .tJcar
I POTATOES 1 0 lb. bag 49 c with tuaciout pecans the other with ripe,juicy blue- Bobby Carter and. Alias render he parked and he noted the license
' berries The crurtia rich and tiakyDaked to a perfect were guests of Juaacll Prevatt Sunday numbers. He had seen the same
i golden-brown.Oven fresh,of counsel SepC 20. Both boys are from car earlier in the day on Jupiter
Belle Glade. Island.
The gun wen l Ltcatod later in
....... Krbpy SoieWt Met... Smooth v CroackyPEANUT David Binlry of Belle Glade a Tampa pawn shop
I WOODBUHY Vi PRICE SALI CRACKERSMakweVHane-..-..._-..... Ldlta loos 29 124M. ,S,rP Oa,'1 'StJii1j1J1I visited Mr. and Mrs frank Pea.vats -
r BUTTER ... ........ ._... ,. 39c: and Mr. and Mrs Mae Rob Solon ancient Athenian states
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I SOAP COFFEE .,...................-... 14*. team 89c ..'" r.... Gil.. ,, _I_. erta.from Mr.servic Butkry M ha Tokyo just J.returned.... man.power helped of the reduce: the and unlimited
Saw at A A F sa MAr A7UWIIC: & race n. "" K: nobility pro-

2 >:" 28c: Mtf AI.UgaidrFCAI., .......................3 tea, 89c FUES1DESALTLNES .,...?.._.._....__ I Rim1. 19c from H. E.the Adam Okeechobee has returned botpitaL home noted the jury system_ ___
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DINTY MOORE NfiFflJE QUICK ._. U.. caa 45CatoUrwACWcL = tirwkatsae Sy rU! el the ."'"k ebrated Birthday her.-twelfth Sandra birthday Strothm Sept eel-

: O f.L OC- COTTAGE 2-U. 19; Marge Sntah will celebrate .her TrooperBillsays//
BEEF STEW DOG fWD .. .. L a*.. frJ OIEESE ..,,.-.--.-..,..... ('.. 39c fourth birthday on Sept 25. and
PRICES IN' THIS AD GOOD THRU SAT.. SETT. :u Valene Wood celebrated her eighth .

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Ellis $owen and Eric Dahlgrai
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Mr. and "1'1. John Gnf-
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CLEANSER TETLEY .her* they writ make thear horn*.
TIDE .SALVO SPICN'SPANHILLS(; Recently Mrs BarfieU sad ana
l' I J I I Ray, spent their, vacation wjth.
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cqe 'htrtTe: J ..II! 1 L .1 High pressure wtt of water
/ hydraulic "gun"are
FOR RENT IP WANTED 43 BOATS SERVICES 63 For Sale, Miscellaneous 78 REAL ESTATE FOR SUI'" REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 forced being through used to a mine coal: at sev

J eraltrialminesint.helJS.

DIAL NEWLY painted, bedroom Sales and Claim work. FOR A FISHERMAN NEW TRUSSES, elastic: stockings, THREE bedrooms with carports ROUTE I FRONTAGE, IN 1HE I -.

nished nouae. JG. children Married, aged 24-39. High 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hull WiU knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart partly furnished. Corner lot CITY OF STUART. Ideal location Offered, Mkc. 171
ATlantic 7-1550 pets. Also one bedroom trailer education. Starting pay, take inboard or outboard power. DrugCorp.. tf ((78)) numerous extras Terms. Look at for any type business. 125' Service
rent. Apply at office of .SO with fringe benefits. Phone It you can install motor in your this before you buy. 345 White Frontage by average depth of 235'. ... .
T*> Place Yout FAST SELLINCoLOW Trailer Park. 287-2516. tf ( ) Palm Beach, TE 2-1265. ,spare time you should see this GRAIN fed beef for home freezer Pine Lane, Legion Httfghts, Jensen Priced at $36,00000. Roland C.
9-24(43)( ) 'boat Ideal for Inside d oft-short *. Cell 287-0663.) 9.24 ((78)) Beach. 2873606. 9-24 ((90)) Lueder Realtor 729 Colorado I
COST WANT AD FIVE room apartment 'ishmg. Call West Palm Beach, TE Ave. Stuart 9-24 ((90))
'Iutni hed. Second floor. OPPORTUNITY for 2-5204- 6551783.. tt ((63)) fOR) Sale: Cornet Good condition JUPITER Martin County Taxes, LAW'SMOVING
NEWS---WAST South Federal Hwy. 287-3325 personali-young Cost $ISO. Will sell for located on Bunts Drive. 3 bed FOR Sale: Large threebedroom,

2871297. tf ( ) "aggressive man"outgoing or woman, to learn AUTHORIZED-: Johnson Dealer. $75. Call 287-6455 after 5.00:()() p.m. room 2 bath home. FHA. S2UO two bath home in Hohe Sound. & STORAGE
type Complete Sales. Service. Parts. 9-24 ((78)) down, $72 monthly. Call 746- .$500 down. Call 546-5532.
RATE: Five cent per average sales profeasanon straight
9.24 ((90))
word, minimum charge per inner RIVERFRONT home with with Salary small Good selection of dependable Used 4368. 9-24(90)( ) 806 S. FLACLFR, STUART
for rent. Furnished exrnlles. FOR Sale: AKC registered! male .
tied $1.00 (for up to twenty nished. Call 287-0948.) tf ((3 ) start but i can produce. Motors .Expert CASA FactoryTrainedMechanic. RIO BOAT & German Shepherd puppy 6 CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath home. 100' waterfront homesite.: High local and long dktaee! mu'.
average words). Word In ALL will grow and open the way months old. Has had all permanent Central heat and air condition pine land. Owner forced to sell !IIg. Packing crating and shlpping. -
Inc. 440 Rt. 707
CAPITAL LETTERS except first IN Stuart across from a real career right here 11Mallo MOTOR SALES shots, Call 287.1824.9.24(78)( ) kitchen' with mica at sacrifice. $3200.00 cash Roland .
Wont, count M two words each One bedroom Bath,, County. This job calls for hi Rio AT 7.0944tI ((63)) tina and counters. White terrazzo < O. Lueder, Realtor 729 ColoradoAve.
ac ,___._..._,._, ,
White' above or below or living and dirt tte. Newly people( OUTBOARD MOTORS floors awning windows city .. Stuart 9.24 ((90))
wUWn ad space will be charged af tbe and tileIoFs.. Furnished. gift of gab" and inn t afraid I ED.* We have parts for all Wanted lo Buy (.M_.) 81 water, Florida room. Carport and -- Ph.. %87-<<1878
5055. tf ( ) hard work. You need' a car Close to schools. tt (Its)
five that could utility room. new
tamber: of words ( ) popular makes. Can test your coil REAL WANTED 96
be- printed i in the blank line. 'or your car expenses will be paid. Ulmer Motors, Dial 2 extra Iota included in the price ESTATE
and condenser.
TWQbedroom unfurnished : WANT the best' price for
[1m is not insurance!\ or door to your of $16.500.00. NO FINANCING A.-.l
25' cent per line. Osceola & Cortex In Stuart selling but it does call foriggressive AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Dodge car? Call Jack Breuil at 287- .-
"Display Classified' rate* on Dealer. tf ((63)) CHARGES. Roland. G. Lueder WILL take over payment on two -
blocks from schools $79 per salesmanship of a well- 1214. Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((81)) 178
Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart three bodroom Home Stuart For Sale Mbctnaneou
application.'These W. If.: Wagner 287-4880: or I or in -
that is being used
product FOR Sale 14 ft boat with 7Vih I 9.24 ((90)) Area. Call after 6 287- .
are cash rates, for adsbought 1696.: tf ( ) v nearly all local businessmen : I p.m. "- --- -
Real Estate For Sale 90 .
.p. outboard. Come see make 5796. ID-I'(96)( ) -
or mailed to The Stuart you are Interested drop a line FOR Sale by Owner. Commerciallot I
:Newt with payment. If you are a TWO bedroom furnished: ." your qualifications to Box offer. 45J Riverside Drive. Phone .. 50,\140 center of Stuart Cash WE'VE COT THE
mtft for rent in North i iShoreL tf (63)
287-5619. ( )
iStuart Newt mail subscriber or an $125 The Stuart News, Box' TRADE Alabama for Florida: or 5 year terms 6 room unfurnished The earth's water content always -
!li 8N In the Stuart telephone directory Call 2873547.monthly year Stuart, Fla. tf ((43)!) ,-.. 9 room house grocery store frame house, fair: condition. remains the same about ALE/t-
you can place your ad by telephone. tf (J ,TRAILERS SERVICES$ 68 building, near Auburn, Opelika. Please do not phone Writq E. B, 326,000,000 cubic miles. But less

Dial ATIantic 7-1550 and LOVELY ground floor OPERATOR Carter's R. L Myers, 816 North Olive Ave, Coventry 5137 I Pinegrove Drive, than I per cent i Ia fresh water.
bay "I want to place a want-ad." furnished, one bedroom. Salon 38 E. Osccola. Telephone West Palm Beach. 10-1 ((90)) West Palm Beach Florida, 33406. The rest .is in the seas or polar Ice. CASA RIO
schools and bank. Adults. -) 10(4.3)( ) 55' by 10' 1964 Mobile Home on -- I. 9-24 ((90))
wtleal-r-- 28>2693. tf ( ) I'W' landsSaped' 7r by 100' lot 21 .FOUR Acre with CBS house, There are records of a curling BOAT ft MOTOR SALES, Inc.
Holly Drive; Mobile Home Gar 2 1 ROUTE 1 BUSINESS PROPER. Club in Kiloytn. Scotland in 1510,
Give your mall address as BR 14! bath carporte enclosed MO. UNI. Ter aM 4 AT tOM4tr
well a. your telephone number SMALL modern apartment $ Wanted 48ADY dens South U.S1. Call 2873331. $15,000. Owner transfer. I TY. 200' frontage. Improve and a curling stone unearthed near mi>.

'. in your want-ad, The Stuart week. Gpse l/i. )Inquire at ro 9.24 ((68)) red. Clyde Gayle, Lock Road. AT. ments include CBS rental units, 2 I Stirling was dated 1511.

Newt h a a hundreds of Seven "C'f!' Grocery i Store, reliable, permanent resident _Ml 7-1308 after 530.: 9.24 ((90)) I. bedroom house and small bidg ,.
U.s. 1 at 20th Street tL ( suitable for small business. Plenty
out-of-state subscribers who ) Serrlees'Offered 71
desires full Mhc. TRAILERS A SERVICES 168
or part-time ,
FOR Sale Owner 4 100 ft of for buildings
: vacant more
by space
,are your ben possible! sales prospects andCentals FOR Rent: Office building work. Write Box B, c/o lots.. High and dry. $20,000.00 Terms. !Roland G. AJJ:.......,_ ; u
for real estate News 9.24 ((48))
boats, help wanted, from Seymour's Inn. Call JONES SEPTIC( TANK SERV Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 72595. Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado
?gardening, trailers and serv- 0151. tf ( ) Builder, Joiner, CabinetMaker ICE. Septic tanks vacuum cleaned : tf ((90)) Ave., Stuart. 9.24 ((90))

\ices.REGULAR. ON the Water:New duplex Boat repairs, any type( and; resealed Also drain fields : THREE bedroom, 2 bath waterfront SANDY'SMOBILE
'. Formica work. repaired and relaid. FAST SERV FOUR bedroom waterfront home.
dio Efficiencies Furnished, glass. Expert
.' thedral ceilings. Colored tile (For home or yacht) Free esti ICE. Dial 287-2820 or 287-0266. Will trade for vacant land Write Central air-conditioning home for sale by and owner.heat HOME PARK & SALES

: ('LASSmCATIONSIumbers tub and shower. Kitchen by 287-5022. tf ((48)) tf ((71)) Box 23. Stuart Fla. tt ((90)) All appliance except refrigerator

'(, over 100 refer to dls- Idaire. Bahama beds. Large I +POODLE Grooming: Take your THREE bedroom, two bath home Enclosed garage, many extras

plfcr classified ads, which appear shaded porches. Plus 110' Opportunity 50 dog to '_Highway/ between with patio and small Florida $21.500. Call 287-5729 after A FEW'CHOICE LOTS
Pier, Adults. Sea Oate
aAer the end of the smaller ad, Inntnericsl lighted Ft. Pierce and Stuart, next to Shell Room Broadway Section, near' 5.00 call 2874163. 9.24 ((90)N )
las Lighthouse! Point P. O.
order. B. to look 2871838. Tradcwindi Restaurant. Built-in AVAILABLE NOW
sure Bazaar 287-5183 or
1531, StuartPhone\ your money grow, $79 -
tei both places) 9-24 ((71)) Stove. Less than two years old. Free lawn and .... Your bill
2 decoratedCBS 2 bedroom lamkcaplng only utility
.__ ____ __ If ( ) $80 00 a week, hours a day.tydroponic Nice Yard $1,000 down assume Newly
FOR aENT' 35-135 n farm in your ownlack 1 bath home. Corner lotclose b for electric. You have your own meter. Also, off season
FURNITURE and Call( 287-5242 after
re- payments.
BRIGHT cheerful twin* refinishing ( .
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 with double closets in yard. Mutt have 50x50 area. storing. Will call for and deliver 5:00: P.M 287-5800 days. 9.24(90)) lo new schools. City water, Trailer. Storage available.
(. tanks completely automatic, !screened breezeway, utility room .
: .Irr
140irEL Reasonable. Call 217-I 685.
WANTED TO RENT ,40- home, Jensen Reach
attractive home.
and and
I guaranteed fCnowBdga carport. Very
WANTED 43-143 2131. Write Box 554, .
of. hydroponic not necessary. Rtvatw," North Fork, St. Lucie. VA 4% % IOIIJ) $13,20000.) Roland -
Employment Wanted 48-148kyolMOT Beach. 10-8( ( ) furnish the right chemicals at RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv- New 370 ft. seawall, 130 ft river G. Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado Trallen Older model" one bedroom, livable, with tandem waeeb.'

I Opportunity 90-150IJWT FOR Rent: Furnished one right time. Complete, super Ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also! i frontage and 240 ft canal. Fifty Ave., Stuart 9-24 ((90))] : Full price $350.

FOUND 53-153 room house. U.S.l I South. H; Z' Terms can: arranged drain fields repaired and re-laid. bearing citrus trees Choice bulking INCOME property-r.-"te' Completely I 1958 Cadillac Hardtop Sedan 1960 Ford, Tudor, Six Cylinder
ly decorated. Call Box 1995, 9-24 ((50)<)) Dial AT 1.Q6H AT 7.91162. tf(71)( ) .
SCHOOLS 54-154 2874637.tf site, $19,000.()() ) Box F C/o Stuart furnished duplex. Both 1964 Chevrolet 3/4-ton Pickup Truck

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 ( )) J WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE News 9-24 ((90)) sides rented. Plus 125'x50! adjoining .

USED CARS 58-158 FOR Rent: Seasonal or It FOUND 53TOR BALANCING whit Bear Equipment lot Zoned commercial': $8,000 Agency.for Revels Pick-up Coaches Flettwood Mobile Home.

t NEW CARS 60-160 Five room furnished home ... lLlL by trained mechanics will pay FOR RENT 135 for quick sale. Write P. O. Box Sandy will Buy, Sell, Trade or accept on connlgnmenl, your
nice yard. Call 546-5200.( ) 9.24 ( ) for itself in tire wear We have the 1861 Stuart 10-" ((90))
quick cleaning __ mobile
BOATS SERVICES 63-163 carpet I home cars, truck* Phone 2875788.L.
nte'a and Your friend.Iy
equipment men.
Lustre t Electric Sham- n
',TRAILERS< SERVICES 68-168BerrfcM ATTRACTIVE furnished Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS yo- .. P. GAS SALES .
only S I. day Hart.
: per RENT 131
Offered. Mhc. '71-171 Two bedrooms. Two Furniture. 9.24 ((53)) or Dial AT 7.3355. ,tf_((71)) FOR ONE' MILE NORTH Or"STTJARrWt"S. f
"porches All electric kitchen. .... (uses
PLANTS SERVICES 75-175 neighborhood. Rent HAVE small Bulldozer.. Tractor,

Fee-Sal. *,.MtsceUaneou 78-178 Garage. Adults. Call II8PECIAL.. NOTICE 55 Mower and Disc. Will clear lots,
Wanted To Buy (!\IlK.) 81-181 904 St. Lucie Crescent. 9.24 ( ) cut trees. Fence post and pilingsfor ts EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS L

MOVING STORAGE 84-184 (43)h NURSERY SCHOOL: By sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
FOUR-room furnished x.
Real Estate For Sale 90-190IJeal $55. Highway 76 at ; the day, half day or the hour.Vaps 71401. tf ((71)) -

Estate Wanted 96-196 Call 287.)170. 9.24 ( ) on cols. Fenced play yard.Convenient STORAGE Household goods 1 : automobiles
location, Owned and boats, anything. Sec- r ON
I LARGE furnished 2 bcdr by Vera Schnng. 287- Ions. low as 300. Large, new, ST. LUCIE
mR Run 35 apartment for rent in center tf ((55)) clean buddings. Golden Gale Stor THE Choke Waterfront PropertyOwner

L Stuart Call 287-0729 tf ( ) age. AlA three miles South of ,
lit Oneaid two-room ..rndncleo.Spadon. .
t the best price for your ear? Stuart. 287-1202. tf (71)) ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS
IJOR f RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Call Jack Breml at 287-1234.: .
house on Indian River, Scwalli FOR RENT OR SALE Motors, Inc. tf ((55)) WISCONSIN. Brlggs Stratton. Lot Boat groundsParkbag Dock. Will! Sacrifice/
Point. Yearly $125 per month. Clinton and Lauson AIR
( Call: 2872197. tt (35)) .III .!:IUI._ ...:LII.I ..:I ANONYMOUS COOLED ENGINES In stock and HI BAST OCilAff. :FLORIDA BOCLKTAKDaruAMT. ShuffleboaH. TV and Lounge

Furnished. 1 FOR sale on! rent: Two meets at 8:10: pm. every Wed paris and men who know how to ,_6DPIao APABTMUfTI Week Month -Yfar 200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE
ONE for rent. .
cottage month. CBS Home In Hibiscus nesday at the Community Church, repair them ULMCH. ..MOTORS"or" a moons aATRRDYPLR.OARD
L Newly painted. $65 per Call 287-3538. 10.8 ( ) Beach. For information, Dial AT 7-3355, Your. Friendly coimreMHAMKABLBl 624 ST. LUCnt: CRESCENT
See after 3 00 all day Saturday.See
: or AT 7-3332 If ((55)I ) ItATBf
Dodge Dealer 1C ((71)) STUART, FLORIDA
at office of first house.! In- RIVER view cottage. A. 0. n Lemma.M. With Seawall

diMitown. Road. BoX: 75. tf ((35)) _. Orange Avenue, Rio. I AM not responsible for any TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. ..talr, .*.....! M TmlyW. Telephone 2I7-881J

IfURNUSHED two bedroom house on (left. 2873464. tf ( ) debts/ incurred by anyone other W. H. Wagner Co., AT 7-4880 T. PACET, Mgr. F. E. WOOD Manager Property has depth of 484 ft.
than myself Claude Davis. or AT 7-1696. tf ((71)) tf HID
with carporte, large living room, I. mil n..,
FURNISHED two-bedroom AT r-ere tr
electric kitchen, gas heat. Veryc bath waterfront home in 10-8 ((55)) --- --- U_ _n_ ___. __ Dmrir' I Within_City_ Limits of Stuart

cart. 287-0768. Route 2, Box 82, Can 'be used as three bedroom THE) Ladies Auxiliary, Veteransof PLANTS a SERVICES 75 COMPANY
Stuart tf ((35!)
desired. Season or yearly. Foreign Wan Post 4194, Is ..... EXPECTING
STORES. and offices downtown 1165\ Stuart tf ( ) hold a rummage salo. Would appreciate MANGO, Loquat- Avocado Peach, WONDER WIIERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN? Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage

' or East Ocean Blvd. Any ./. POUR bedroom. 3-bath house your help, call AT 7-4267 Barbados Cherry. Lychee. Can Can M and. atop worrjlottt Reao*.ble. rate and u atmosphere

'Write A. P. Krucgcr. 1170 E. Stuart City Limits unfu : and we will pick up. 9-24 ((55)) amboU' Banana, Jaboutlcaba Catellry that wQI nrpM aU but jree* e*. Beautiful Lawns, Trees and Shrubs

Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. nice, Furnished i or Guava Calumondm. Live CALL MARIE KIRK MANACER
tfJ35)( ) References. No pets Yearly USED CARS A TRUCKS 58 Oak. Water Oak, Silk Oak. VISIT
bedroom seasonal lease Box 1365, tin J J Enders Nursery, White City.. Now Available for Year Steiphg" Comfort!
See Your
FURNISHED two apart- Broker or Phone Owner
Unit hs Our Bed
tf ( ) 9.24 ((75)) Niagara Cyclo-Manage:
meet Very class ReasonableAdults. I 1962/\ Corvair. Radio and heater.

) 287-0768. If no answer FOR SALE OR RENT: Three Automata transmission. Low PLANTS Sprinkler systems,
Southwind Motel
,U 287-4806. tf ((35)) room on*, and a half bath mileage clean.: $1,295.1962 Chevy landscaping sod. Fastest g owing AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232
IL Kmlio and heater. (]can. SI!,-
Furnished 2-bedroom Central heat and air oondJtJ nursery in Martin County. Pel US. NO. 1 STUART THJtPIIONEi' 224779
POR Rent: ; -
( apartment clone in, reasonable 2874593. tf ( ) 095. See after 500: or all lay lean. Nursery, Loop Road S-76A), RARmar.uw. i ItMr tf flat
garage in Snturday. See at office of first Palm City. AT 7-1918. tf ( 75));
; Garage; private TWO-bedroom house! in Port house, Indiantown Road, Box 75. .
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home 619 East ------
krno.; Furnished to live in tf ((58))
Stuart tt ((35)) for small business. $8.50()( For Sale, MkcelUaeoae 71 I

WO bedroom CBS. Home All price. $500 down and $KO a 1957 DeSoto Firedome. Automatic --
electric Furnished. or $80 month rent. Call. :! -thrae speed Ir. amltllion.
TWO Servel refrlgmtorss.Good RAINEY
I. O.
l'lo children and No pets. Call after 6:00: p.m. 9.24 ( ) Factory heat and air conditioned. working g order. $15 each C. Realtor
Power steering and brakes. Radio
37-5733. 653 Bryant Avenue, lL TROPIGAS. Inc. 140 Stuart Shopping -
Stuart. tf(35!) WANTED TO RENT good. tires. Good running condition .- Center. 287-4019 tf ((78)) _
Reasonable. Daytime( !! only
QNE bedroom house. Completely 2872622./ tf ((58)) Port S all Home
funxkhed.! In Palm City. Call GARAGE to store car for ( MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I[ROOD HOME BUYS II :' ) OCEAN TO RIVER I

2217-2 r31. 9.24 ((35)) to six I weeks Commencing I 1958 Chevrolet off whit, 4-door
Oct. 1st Call 287-4578. 316 Hardtop Sports Sedan Automatic Lowest Prices in Florida
HIGH tile Banks
1. WATlRFRONT IIOi\IE c.1I.S. 2 011
tin Avenue. Charles. Thomas. and Radio, In excellent con Frontage on
9.24 ( ) dition.. $485. Call AT 74187. GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS Jkodroom Bath ..... 1Jy1n. ROOM 'LI Island
tf ((58)) ORGANS and Kltt,,", THUW Flours. Alit-. 0' the utcumson
ADULT Couple past middle ear.-. 'Ve have
WNTADSOOHIEJOI wishes to rent well EASY TERMS Ceentral iea"Prises\ below lUlU' Beautiful St. Lucie River
house" with twin bed or two SERVICES 63 10 Attructive Locations
IIC $18.500.00. .
I I room Stuart or Jensen MORITZ PIANO CO. -
2. ('(X'\ trr PARK 11- facing yacht' Ranging In price
Nov I to May t. Will( give _
TWENTY-foot Commodore I Inboard. 112 No. 5th Street MASTER 2 Bedroom -1 BseR wk all
references. Will be in Stuart \ Four-wheel trailer. Twcn Ft Pierce= Fta. Ph. 461-4747 lIaNn and ,...tI. lBedroom IIr11 -_ keyed N sulking flew t dw river.. from $2IJQ. tM>O. per ft.
25 Write B. Kerr, Cape ty-two-foot Owens Inboard. Both tint( ) Separate DIn..... aKIfdWtI ranee
I, N. Y. \1361$. 9.24 ( ) for $MX)(>. Sixteen-foot Chris Craft --- IJ-Inl.nd t10rWa Room a8 ........ lAw cursr 2 Bedroom 8tak.. Eaufppe4doss.

I --4JJiIIUL Ji with heavy duty trailer $65. See SEWING MACHINE. Due to di p.yneas-Pete, SII,500.oo. thre.gha.t fed eo.Ior1IIWt guest UIn. I Acreage SpecialsI j J

i i HELP WANTED at office of first house InJiantown vorce. 1964 White Zigzag, monogram

... .... Road Rot ?S. See after SCO P. button-holes. ,, *_ on hut. .
I."t ACRLR Ran mge er
r -
M. Of all day Saturday rt ((63) tons make faacy suuhea. overcasts I liii COMMERCIAL I LOT JOtCI 4,90'-Altr.rlhey( ....1hctIpe4 wa.rn
dues .. Sea! irk d 1M 5& lei.Rlre .
FEMALE Help Wanted. raw edges, blind hems dam Vudarrowd ......... 3fmter uuB
I nation sale ladies and FOR SALE: Complete line"' of and mends. Uf cash or $8 per ,
Full time or part tune. Marine Supplies Marine Paints, month. Write Box U, c/4 Stuart I. GOOD Morn. BUY CIa v.s. 1. -tnIJ bested and ale c.M......... 2.333 ACRES wtth. fruntag. au end. SR.7'

suit Steady year-round Marine Hardware-everything for Ne,". 9-24 ((78CUNNINGHAM ) 2. 6 LFfQCN(1'5 R.-... 4W PRlC1D: TO Ani. ,- N'sRlnr..

Ages 1950. Apply Eagle your boat Wtuticar Boat Works, have 11II .1IIft' ___ ,........ 1. 5-" ACRES SR. UA IPrieM

Shopping Navy Department Center. Store.9-24 ( ) Port SewalL tf ((63)) a complete supply Engimermg of aluminumroof ..e a- y Appal.hreut M F.aIIt ., T..ap&i G7ood ..,...

: ATiantic! 7.1550aiid" 26-1 DOT Emancipator 165 horsepower panel., and pr"s, window
M j
WAITRESS wanted for day Graf Marine Super 6 awnings, screens and }jalousie) teas
t night shift Only 330 with dual carburetor Two at kmex prices in sow e. Office 501 rot.oRADO'L'"t'E PWIo DORtOS lOa Sl.\DIONS DIAL An.dt 74241S1t1ART

ftsk for the need apply to person. Poor & 4o.al""'inch gas tank Many and shop epee 10 a....." ,m. Mom A'mcW" )IDIBD ,
Cocktail Lounge AIA J. extra Call Saturday orSunday. through Saturday. I FLORIDA ,1.1.
''f W8DCAdT\\ke f : \ >t Beach, tf ) Call 546-5534. 9-24 (fJ) and U. 3. )I. tu ) I'Mr

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Action Night'At REDEEMER: LtTIIER.\N i HF VTL IRT I1or dn) N'PWQ Thursday. September : i. t'U' 4 D

Vero Beach \\"'r,l ip[ iir% ices ant at 10 10rten'

H. B. Sa\lcs. supertntendent er Lutheran Sunday Church morning: hast:it Redeem(Xt.inBoulcvarvL I Native CaUfomian (Chooses SmojJ-frec Port Salerpo .%i Site

ccu'o has announced plans for .the annual *iU SuMy school and 4
SuiW school ''A lINe 4.IBM prcc f at 9.1: I <

of the Sunday*> School r Bunning with Oct. 4, two Hidden Harbour Mobile Park and Marina
of rite lads River morning service watt be held each
ciation. The meeting Sunday at 8 aced 10:10: a.m, Holy

., on Monday .night Sept 28, a* She 'oa\mualPn will he celpbttUed, on '
'> First Baptist Church: of Veto \the first Sunday of the aient at To Be Newest
County Mobile
Home Area
Baptist Beach beginning tt T:30. the t 10.30 service, and on &lwu.J I s .
Sunday second fourth Sunday at ltd
The ineiiHle.
praaaaaa .pout WvJam I ocloei service.
era! soecU ..aU.... IV >R>.Iv. ,
Year's .* Thu.wp.wn. 4isuigt fiaid Next Styxlay will be Rally pay
[Prepared die the Sunday tfhool. All 23 A
secretary will faeae*! a lOss Unp+. pur".nt '
The Rev. Jack mandee of Rio arc invited M come to tae

Rev Jack Fernandez: announce I dez will i be in charge of will bring a report from the special Sunday school with their children. ;\ '
hat the Sunday school organua-- htdoa service foe all of : ) conference on new adult plans A special frograaj, including a
en The wall set and u.J tile Rev Eugene ball-hour movie on parental reapontibiltty -
ion of the church has been pre. group programs -
\inng for the church and attendance gouts for feixley of Vero Beach wilt will l be the feature ol New r a
coming year
the Rally Day to ,,)II1Uir.ua.lli. .
j hich begin in October. year. present the goal {o* 196465. -
for the ately alter. .Ihe opening devotions,
The featured speaker
Mrs. Ed Burgess, supcrtnten- FIRST wm" be the Rev ForrestH. of the Sunday schpol.! nurietf. the; I Br. .( .\
i nt, and her associate. Don Gould., evening
regular worship service the chil
Stuart Watkins of the n"cBarl.
rill lead the Sunday school in pastor Omit will participate I by singing II A *aliye of
utreach Bible study, and Christn Wednesday Sept 2J: : >l Church of Stuart Hn subject setting tvtcape :
,"' a hymn and all teachen will be
| development Mrs Ray Straight Chancel Choir rehearsal. j %iH be 'Power far the TkrustFIRST raltdieeted t to service Also U I in koae with

till be the general secretary Thursday. Sept. 24: PRESlYTIRIiNPine this service three new Sunday ; .J,..v J*>pi>g a : "

I The following workers will serve' O1eI\'llUrrer mectiog < : school teacher will be uiNUlled. ty waMti uat
lake Dr, Nprth Rive/ Shore" e
27. '
Sunday. Sept. : bile borne
s department superintendents. : adult )
ship at 845: and II. 9am., school 1 Every Tuesday evening C. K, A/
Jr Joe Mosley, adult; Mr. Min- Sunday c.hurch! ; Bible classes! are held at the
Pearson, people Mrs Rev. Allan R. Stuart, 10 a.m.. morning worship service. of his Efe ia
young church under the leadership of
: : ; i sermon entitled "1'm Sermon On to Maturity came here a v I
$ohert Jones, intermediate; Mr. : Going Pastor Donald Schroeder, com :
(!Kay McKenzie junior; Mrs. Jack Dope wits' a Thing *" Dedicatioa'service for church 7:3Q.WelJnctiJuy ing iiniy ,
mcnunjt at :
"nandez.? primary; Mrs. Don Church school at 10 .. school officers and
could, beginner; Mrs. Gene Hat- ages, 6 p.m. Youth p.m.. l high school fellowship. Guild meets at the church: at 1 30 Hiddvn :
fa..ay, nursery 1, and Mr*. Rob- hearsal; 7 p.m., MYF I Wednesday, 7JO: p m., choir Saturday the new: acol>te train Park and
[\ai Grose, nursery 2. Most of these Monday. Sept 28: 7 a. practice. ing class meets at 1:30 p.mAn he and his !
"rpartmcnu have two or more Prayer Group meet at ; Friday, Sept. 25. Circle leaders' I Duple, have a
chers working with the superitendent. 8 p.m., Dorcas -Circle study *c'-40n. 10 a.m., in pa tor'. all-new series begins Sunday opment which
There I is a total of thir- church. Mrs. J. H study. I on tbe Thi U the Llr1: V Stuart and \
broadcast* at !9 am. on Channel
one workers in o.ur! Sunday Tuesday. Sept. 29: 8 : i. entitled AIA U> 'I
4 Sunday1 episode i
[School. of OS'FOIA STRFETSOU1HIRN tain* t
of lot
in representatives "
| : METHODIST "Cargo of Sin. a :!I %
provide p
Circles and
The workers have completed aiV. Society The Lutheran Hour opened its/ 'C
[Successful! week of preparation. lean( Service Guild at Sunday school i is held each thirty-second year last! Sunday. and homes. Spaces| ',4I"
from ( > W (
They have studied the book of Mrs. Guy Cromwell. Sunday morning at 9:"'. There i.I is will continue each Sunday evening It will 3..0110 be "
[ Reaching All Prospect For, the clam! lot1 each age group, including at 7:35: over WSTU. wyh adults pnly "
[Church" and other helpful waiter sr. JOSEPH Adullt.
Dr. Oswald as speaker At :
la I. Several changes have1 Wen Weekday Masses fronj ; Rev. Jack Manly, missionary! to The church ia open every day constructing present a
made for the new year. New workers through: Friday will be : New Guinea, will be speaker at from 9 lo 5 for mcdiUtion and and twimmine
have been enlisted. The e1 sa- a.m. and on Saturday, 7: the II i'dock worship service thisSundry prayer. available U)

jly, graded literature tot juniors School of religion for rooming.Pitsior't. A bulkhead (
line cycle graded literature for intermediates office hours are held FIRST BAPTIST "
students Is being held Manatee (!
[ and the six-point day from 7 to 8 p.m. I each Wednesday afternoon from hswrl fur boats, and!

[punch record system will be used. mentary students every ] I i--to-4.oIhCil tines by appointment Wednesday evening at 6 there craft will he
:1be Standard of Excellence has
fl'Ol,19:30 to 11:30 Prayer service and Bible study for i
will be a Sunday school counCil Slices
en adopted as a guide and goal will \be held each Wednesday night
the women of St. J 5 I meeting covered dish" supper with he rented avail
(for all of our Sunday school work.A
beginning i al 745. Tbe pastor will
Uh will make their I host be available .
the Primary department as
|: will be held on Thursday continue bit lecture from the
supper ..
at the Canada House; in 1 Departmental meetings" will be held walks have I (
t 7 in the Fellowship Book of James.
pm. Nov. 68. Catholics and from 6:30: until 7:)(). At 7:30: Rev, work, was i IE'
I Hall with( Mrs. Ed Burgeu ip l We encourage: our members\ ;and / .
olics' invited. H Watkins will lead the storms. rest'
Forrest a
are Any
I,charge of the arrangements and attend call Mrs friends to attend the missionary! in 5, and 7 of Adunit and I *"
Chapters 0(
may study I
I All Sunday sjchooj work- conference at the Salerno Southera I I
program. business ( ,) I I
asas I
Mrs. All
287-4765 hook
seUa or the ) 'Reaching Prospect
en and their husband and wives .. Methodist Church The con-
[ will be present. Mrs. Jack.Fernan- ,Sthratwieser 287-4358. ference is scheduled for Sept 23- 'or the Church."i from 7 until developing'ornia. mainly I : ::: : :::: c < l MuU. j
Every Catholic (in 27. Rev Jack Manly will be the Thursday evening ___
t.. should be properly 9, Rev. Watkint will lead in the

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1.90 .change of address speaker.Remember that this Sunday is study of the lout tlloO chapters of I The 't .

ported to the rectory. Sunday school Promotion Sunday this book. .
I fshioncr* should register Sunday morning at both th e
priest in the sacristy or the 8:30 and II I o'clock services. Rev
Looking for a stamps :TRINITY METHODIST Watkins will speak! on "Ike Unchangeable 'i I
1ecTe'3th a"b.z" : :: "' UonLrr'J
New home I AscII Slrtet Jensen Beach One At the evening ;
I worship! service he will speak on
in the .
drop your stamps school 9 .,
Sunday : ajn; morn- "
Ideal Worker At this serv
Look at the church door.........- n* worship, Mr evening warship ice there will be an impressive'. in I
third 730( .
first and Sundays : church 1A \
COMMUNITY: Dilation service for all
j Legion Heights Jensen Reach WSjCS. first. Monday every cadership.. There will he a 'J pilerinklum .
month 7:30p.m.OWcilll:
for all intermediatemd (IS
IS JENSEN IEACII Worship service and : board first Tuesday ev- people' immediately fol. By I-,\ I ( ) !final I
school are at 9:30: each UM'f month. S p.m owing the evening worship service thus J

SAM RHODES Midweek services are Choir practice, every Thursday, The (;.,Is' Autilutfie and Sunbeams : fair 11
Thursday at 7 p.m. 8pm. will meet Monday afternoon Highway ) ( ""or.II
Choir practice ill Faintly night dinner will be held I at 3:30 at the church under da .ia al its bjJ \ ,, .1
CONSTRUCTION,. 'lc... nesday M 7 ptm" .aid \ Sejjt t..J+ sponsored by the CO )- the Ivadenhip Mr*. Irving It aunt reroajn" can sill
education i I. recojim- Hat
DIAL S7..C11t are needed. \ on dy, Mrs Roy Davidson Mr I a (real many | ve bUIi'f>'
Phil Baker Alcoholics Anonymous l.Jn of National Christian (du- C. Anthony and Mr. Pat Brook: meet the \. : '\ : i Is a
s. Manager :: f
tI U"I each Wednesday at 8:30: Qn 'The First Baptist Church of Vcro -- I a

Sunday school meeting RIO BAFTISr will be hoI.t'to the Indian RiverAssociation ST. \ .\ I << : | 'jury. ''f
at Sunday school ) nt usd
HOME and INCOME All Sunday school worker will "Acum Night" Monday evening to the 1.
at the church oa Wednes Thursday, : ,
......._ ...... at 7:30: to complete their U 7:30.: Thus M a very special tiny Altar Guild : JI
V l
tr nice tw frvtw "h.-.t.w with' hwnl.hd pjn. the school when the that
_. .. _..... .. ..... in Sunday
MMiti M P. Hmm cll *4y 4M U ii AllProspect
of the book, 'Reaching
.. ... ... ., ........ ) for the K will be at a ...
In .u. new
.v war The rtiii*aa w year pre
with ..." ....., ...",... and ..?,.. >.....*" ..UM.., Mine. .. For the Chuixh.: The nested Camp '1
._.. ) : what
Tult. I* ." ......... ..,*..... Wwl to M> Mt te m..,. _Ie. Tk choir) will practice at 8:45. The Dorcas Class will meet i In no \ "' your ..
I. _".f tM Mhr ai'._ c:.. k* llMi.n4. A suppe and installation serv the f'cUuwthip Hall of the churchon today .
l .
will be heldTbul'\day at 7p m
& ,3
Tuesday afternoon at 230. Th Sunday : : .
for all teNd tuper-
the church Sunday Carol Choir !banquet. will be held tidy Eucharist;
and their wives and hulands. *- ....
AND ASSOCIATES In the Church fellowship" Hall on harisl and I I of
al 630. Mrs 'J
Tuesday evening : morning prayer
RealtorVaterfront i k promotion Day in the
leads this choir and
Bill Roger The I: p a c o I
school and Un- : | (U
252 East Osceota Stuart Phone..!. Manx pupils will Training be promot Ioh,. Clwle* Voopc Lathe pianiM deanery meet in | ; ( | of pri
Oct. 7 al I
day / 1 on
to another department and class JFIIOVAirs"ITNE.Sj' EHKbgdwn ish. West Pa l r : r
that be ,
the new church year "
Uall, aVKl Koad nlerestfd In I multl-
.. in October. Sunday school boo
Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did (in* at 9-" a m. Vilh class rt9ible ( Thursday, 7.0: p,m. Theocratic rvation* with 1 ,-
before 1
study for every apt Thesontiip Ministry Scholl; S:JO p.m., serve Sept : : kind
I ,
service is at II. Training Ice snectinc. them: "l/UM Cod | must
Union begin at 6.30 p.m. The Word for S&oUlnlUinp, $ .hl." I rmsr (' : : t cost 'h" ,
/)0" OKelig will complete their informa Sunday, 4 p.nt.. public/ discourseby M : valor'J:

study of the Southern linp- A. Hatch ThIs The Divine Fast ( to

n Company .,' missionary work in America. GukM for a Successful M.r"'..." Lexuon-..rm ( I I I / sy.. J
SIS: Bible, study with aid "
will lead the pm .
pastor congre 27: Reality '
tOO Colorado Are. (acrtM from 1st Nattonal Baik) "
Watchtower. Theme Off
; trip
In a study of the eleventh I I '' N
AT 7-2500 AT 1428AT 7-4121 : ( of the Roman Epistle dorng the Old "orson.fit) If You Want provided.Sunday I / I ,
DON OTCXLLY .e BOB WILL IAMS the worship service at 7:"'. \to Live Forever'Tuesday. : have
7:30 Bible Wednesday
t-t. nursery i* provided for infant pm study
all of the services: Them: "Zwn tWicft Wk Baby 8' pm. I C
The Associationa! Sunday school Ion Reading ( : pub

meeting will be held Monday, 7:30 Assemblies for field' ministry, nue: Monday I, MrA 1\
.m. at the fine BaptiM Church Saturday and! Sunday, 9:15: am m-l2H; pm.ChrMiwt I : : :t

THINK Vero Beach The mating i *
;nosvn a* "Action Night" An em- UMT,:n niuRoTop CtIRLSTCangregatkwal Th Bible Sp
will be presented on Ihe ( r.>.. City) be beard 0 v e

RALPH HARTMAN JR. Thrust Program and t h .1 The church school mops al 9:45 1..501.. at 71 (
school work for the .... under the direction of Jud- Top-c HvVhen fur: [ :

When You Think yeer. on Mmear, with cUsw Gar an peal
The Young Adult Union will age sad a nursery. Th* guest I
& program-planning meeting preactMr at the morning service UURn ;
aJ" 7:M P m. aj. tile home will he Rev. Walter Wilson. at Fort )1tJ: -

Gon Gould in legion Heights Myers and following the moraine conference will aRf
110 r.. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT nuMionary rs ...
-14 u service there will be a meeting olclmircti ; start Wednesday. night. at 7:30: and
I member k. act 1799 the continue through bumlay sight! uI
-' = calling of a new pinion, to whichall : Sept. V Rev, Jack Mealy l

member* are urged lei come.Th T. .A."I. miMi<>nary lo WeslIrian
FREEYour full schedule. pf *flryi e* k formerly( Netherlands New I

U. : No. 1 Dow U etftct and .H.. mcwhers Guinea) will be the principal speak. *7r 'iwi$ t
$ Highway are requested to take their place er. Rev Jerry Coulter wiN .join s. s )
III the **riom orpnjxaiion. conference on riday or Wy > v
SOUTH OF STUART-J .....*. I Uth tnmf ......* Want Ad in The Friday marling prayer the....y. Rev Coulter M a lopnmch I .L. '
SO fed .. VS. 1 21* feel eWp, Me .f cilrw frew. Full : for both flan and tvom- bnguMl and! a TEAM. I Ii

$75<4.ft.. c....! Ten**. THE STUART en will' be held al the horn 01 missionary candidate t* West Iron I .- / '

NEWS is printed in MIL f5viiUk *t 10 otloii. There will be revival preaching: t.j:
NORTH STUART SWOT -.lIdjoialllt.) a repair .
I .
I Bible study. ail missionary e nphasM. U
with 55 fool frontage M 11... I. Center property. sJwe TilE MARTIN I ALL AAI n' rnscnrLTburvlay. Everyone 110 i invited.Th I Y 4p?

sow al $100." per .*...... Fd Pike $1J,2Je.tct. T.. COUNTY FREE Jesai. Peach Sunday morninf worship ; ;

NORTH STUART- off v., I. Nice 2 hdre.n. 1 I PRESS, Sunday Sept }4: Holy Como service will he held. at 9:30. Rev. ,
..... i5 UMO smrkc cMcclbrf M rector Manly will be ihe. rpnJUr.' ThM ,
C.B 1. IMMM. Ccraer pxptftv .. J lot* $1M5 rtI at.A' "" ,, ,
ia .
charge. away M anus card confer. Sunday promot-ofj. day ta the i > t ... l
fence al Camp Wingnuim.Pridar. Sunday .houL. wKnlt' Mart al .. '\ i" ,
(This aypOte h nf..br w.... Sept 25 6 a.nn.. Requiem ID.45: Dstwrr-0wtM potasds will q, y ref .4 y ,M1 ,

I ear*. sal l. ...4 11 Wle6. tvfckfc CM M r-<. Ibe depenni art speaker at I pm.

a reduced rat*.) Trinity XVIII. Sunday Oept I Fpworih Leagiw will meet M Rl W JC &U'UKA PLOW To help solve' Ifw problrm of the tandbw that often obstructs:

27: 7:30: a..... Holy CooinM*>ion; II.4:Jl p.... There m a clane for rIo boil trims al Ponce ale leas 'lark nest Dnyio Beach, lhi. firsts lmpl.sent wu pressed into service.

REAL ESTATEJim Phone your ad to 9 .-m.. normal; prayer-Hoh fair dutch tern.awn.wpstrabn lenree-e. The conference ckmac senice will of lts.mararary Memb.n ft the D-,MM aVneh FMunAwpcUtwo. rigged it *>V. hitch lot lowing' and oil

287.1550 and get in A I wortat drum a/tot Il ks Lowed, M K-e., Inlel al I low tide, wtter M 11 I leased Irons the drums and settle '"'"
7.30 *
m. nurwry
Whitehead Associate this t\vo-for-onc J*+1T. fret 29, Sc HVha-tl *4 fee; MifaM p aWwf lervire proeld'i i to the balk"", Tk. cutting finks sir the harrow, when. dragged |of| IK bottom of the bar. loonen

CM COLORADO AYE. fHOM AT. '. and AB Aiigekt c: aj-u, Holy Comnunson. Tke Uta' Ea" eI&t Team the MA4W* ia putb out .. s..a by 15y"" currwki of the outgfiUc tide By nuking repeated drag

.. offer! Introum. For M the nH mat at the church o* Twev I over the suave Mia, a couple at feet 01 depth .r.114 le tike w...t by moving sand from ih*

1faar tt f-oi-V digs al 71} fja, eouom,


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