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I $ad .'., I p.m%. Elk Lade cMe AFRICAN POMPANO: James L. O'Rear, Stuart "Cartune." MIX the W..t I* frat .>. *4th. P of tho ..I4 nm4 ",.*. I bu.ln... .'.* .. *"*.'. Wiwahlp .8rn.
*at tU mai Phi Bararlt* of rb* ahov d*>Mrrlbdi prapertv.'YOOITFIER : .iat. a* htra .*.l.*.. lr.'.**, fiFRO KL'X'K'.1' In."ub T** >.n. Tbmraday, Blbl. Br.4,
i '.Oz.cIoU.. faptatn Louis Limn ......:..: 1 l' lb WITH AN EA8ICMK.NT rPlltIt... *nr*,.... l*.tl rHr*. : .P. .IS. 17 *5. Oct .. 5540
'KpaUa* isis bapie.7r..ldpatMr. Ill W, Oaaav Bl... AT ,... : for Invroa. and a.r*.. _lallT_ amilVM*** ..,.**. !!...
.. B. J. Abbott AMBERJACK: Hugh Morrison, Melbourne Beach.Gtilfstreans.5 or.r Writ l" f r'nt of ih. nonth ira.. rrwHtor or oth.twla. eairanla | SolicIt Tn RIntililtsTII.lo I lilfilL ADSEHTIliPrEsj'WOITICE
,f jt-lr4 Tbura, I pju, hamu LeAp Guitars AaaaalalhMPrwldant 66 Ib. S 415.15 tt *f Tb. Vntb allIS ; wIti .b., _eUDtlt r
) Von K. lourdun ....... oz.
.. BIll Marl.all Captain loll Ih,
a.00.._ (* t of th $Hoiitha guarlarf .nrt to: p.m. Mondav No* 2. at i 1'TIrITiS
XI M. OtCoUCtr,..OhbLrvaly f BoirthriMt Mid All unkiMwv tiarrla hnvlaar ffle,ir nr 5)*' lIfII..nft nnim Thin.5..orlattns ROf.I r.PI
Jo ,,1., Tuaa, till a. Nell! Tenn guana < arlalmln REt.asp; FullS s I
Marvin E. Memphis.
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('t Pr..ld.oi-Mra. koau ARCTIC BON1TO: aotl ** I I.'OOJ'MTJR M II... alit .... tin of Martin Cnuntv, Flu bi.rlir. .I. h-pci," glg si.o,
lt-lrd Thura. I P.K. cup -Srr"II.* Captain Ray Young .............. .._ 12 Ib. a.r lrfr*.l In th* fnllnwliia.. Iii. at Ito Martin ruStily AstIr IndrrolfO..4 nlder I. imstIdona. SItu
..._ *f tha Aaurkaa BavabilammIbMant Pr.st4u-Mr. U Aabb Arbaca* wIth all ..ruM.. Hh'l InnS, .-- Kttimta hi Mar- ural Onir Martin ("u"''. Plort .1 Ire 15575 law. of
-Mr*. Marjurl MomlMSrd IrE Pit til* fjav taaiaaMartta BARRACUDA: J. C. Waller. Birmingham Alabama and lt rev.io 'ialn.dhrrattol tIe "au.t,. Ft f1iaiT l'i.lrn'i. Ib* ronatrurtlon of on* ai : : lOll. no.4, poemes., ::'.rl\'
kamw* us noId on Ito fMrmroun* I..rk) ot Ih. ( ,
Tkmn, Caaairf Fair Aasailudui "Fran t-." Captain Pete Robertson .......____ 25 Ib.BLACKHN firutirot almndu.4 I'n .... >vt* 14. It t*. IT sad M. Mark In Martin CoiintT. C..oo'Irnult ro..r' I, lad
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Wtik..r .Malar Club '>_ "-. W. Maaaa all rrnl. I...... prormwi*. and I*. W Tb.r4 Ptat .f n\mr.\ 5.. p|,| hlanka wl" h7J.hPS k< :.I't": proof n; pitbIlnailo's, spun
Nttp.ld..b-Mru. Jiakion WHihtMom AsplatIsiosi liii TUNA Dr. William C Lee. Altamontt Springs. rordlar flt Ikorrof ..... ..naosrlnvSt. at
I.. .... M* P.avMartin : proflta orruln7 and 1oarso in nt4 r. 3r. Job_ .. OrstirpI tIls fiPO.luueaaan.
a liii *., Maaoml* T..plaUWAwtUla from *a4 *. aU al whIch 1If., l at'. re-snIPS In pi VIto t.ti.5en .ur t.
I Cawtf Oa? a**) CMalrr ChaVfroldaaa Slipper ir Captain A. Whitlcar .. ........13 lb. 12 oz. r.h.I n'oquIInltW'WOl. "III
.. SUvmr ara larluilMt tb* for Hook. a.r* ''PtI:1i. Lmt urnlah bid *rllfl4 *hrbir rrlc. BREAK
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.T -B4 .brbat Lake City Jensen Savannas 10 lb. 3 to runic V rrlption and) ih* k*. C .. ,. Inorkla. R*. bank tt"'n"tlt. amount .f ItHf nd.r'TI?, .
sled-L trunk Oladir Ba... irE TU4,.. IK* P. K, OubbMW BLACK BASS: R. D. Futch. bn.mm br,(. Alw alt ta*, nordor 5150 "w5 Co 4S5 .4' f th* total bid. : lnra,, = I.I prlneIpn.'ant I.:

Tuaa* s p.R, IOOF lisP r- BatWiPr.uldsntAlkici Skipper II." Captain A. J. Whfelcar .. ..... ..... 30 lb. 2 otBLUCFISH .t.am, and JinetrIt watar an4thr Flvwaldo Pills a* r pro. In Rlarht I. ..rvd t* rjt .. f bn.lm.M l in HtuarL MorOn flu. .
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boatIng, rockIng r.frlr- Plal Boxik 4. Pnf "*. fI' Li.oiaroiiatf. .>r all kid .. | l..aa.aml Grim SI Odd FaBmKabia EKinat : Charles Gee Vero Beach .._ ......... I 11 I lb. t ox armllnluhtln*. ptBBiMaiaT """.. PnhHV R*- inlla a* *n*. o no tb* h**, Nicks trvd > .4 paId bualauc.p.rs.l.o.- ItPI loirwnt.
Grand-LouIS Cbaaom lad Taara, Baaitoal* Ua rmtllatinv, Irrigating, a adMiwr t>nna ..> m ar *dm latn .>* to hold all bid for a .r. 5.4 ulIllI.\ A. Ithirboy of W.
BaratarTJohl D. GrinlitPM Marti Cauatr Aawtoiv rteato CMbfr BLUE MARUN: R. D. Farmer Cocoa Beach "Spray | *"r 'lm. ....I\ln. 00ptano. .4 la IbIs mrraT*<*. To-tb p I.* or it days prior to nukln* .1.. sod tbsP '..,. .. no Mc..nt...
Tm**, I .*v, tOO, BaD lInt urns..5 .ppsrte- wImP all rIvets rlrmt Ihtroat .iward*. 'U' .r... lnt.rn.i.d .
SI .ldati_.UI Braise H CaptaIn Ray Young ..... ..... I JO fc.BONTTO "...... wbl<.h ar* mow or mar avmartalala I. M. Jokaann. ( Wrrtar saId buMjool.
|*>M Blvar Es.sap.Si TaM Thura, I p.. AT tMarthi -445% hrmrtr prtmln la or Pr toanl Martin County Pair Auort- 1trntF.'RT W. HtRicrr
vile PaskThurO0d Wll.a in lnyPnaldan : Mr*. Club Oagne Cocoa Beach. "MarybobIII wlfb. In ar w* aalrl' prom!*** Tan aiwf arb of yft mr* k'rwvt QILUAX A. HARKET
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... tMa*, I P *a>4 Auafltar, *-Babwtl .._11I. ," Captain Bob Scrimiher ..... ............. 1 18 Ib 4 oc. tn dVtarbakl lhaugb*.lh an|r .b*f whirls d.i.rh MrI Jor athoc rouiutP'4 pI.SdIfl* *ftlo ti% your a 'saupIslat Ancwrr fl,ar
{man at TMa. 11*. p. v, rirrt HiHaaul Bkv II krb ... ar or wk jo aVlnM pans *ix iuli"'o4r"oj > :: (..) n.. .WI' -
*bS.de.M1 .i iP.arst.rp.Cict COBIA: Mrs. Robert Walling leeshur.Srn1 lnntoth'rl .h..11 .rt P.1mw. -
.aioaai-, jarw. Baaal!$, P.rib.giA.dtk Captain Ray Young .. ... ....._. 6$ lb. ( paId roil .auta"m _...1 aalaao at wbkk 5o '" 51,105tIll.
Prt. I ,... IOaai.. ObaM* N. Twma lo Ih* abo>* ...t1 #. pr**>. 't'WW f'PS'VV 55.0NP"Sn .- Roiary ClobMaa
Out-a-Ul aUwm tan tad ..4.. Taaa I a.- DOLPHIN Mack V. Farley Eau Gillie --Culfstream: baa bB ft I'd afftlnot, p-o and) yau 0rtv. ...'t lbs arUg tkoa* 5pastals.d 55 rOM .,R1I'S Cot SET
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P" 0. Ultie.b.sdpra.ld.n4Pra. ,.. CMr Naaw baaiaami lla. CbaaPra.l4aaW.Mn. Captain. Von Jourdan ... ........._. 43 lb. rout ..w,r or p4lnT( t* Ik* .ill! b* t.to. a* _a/mMl by ran. .. tintrnoBtTFt :s.. I*** B*. E. ARbM,
p> BIlMlwtk. Pmtlaraa plalnlirr Ito! .n4 posh af ".. and lh. at4) >.ni. ,. NEtThW' (9, RnjaM I
ffcaatar Icnsen Beach ...... 7 Ih. 10 0*. 'l'tn'\ "= ; -
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humId Btraua I. Tuaa til* ... C1.U Oavaat FLOUNDER: AndY J.ub.sao. '*.
..... Mom. P Ma. boa Ie..I Coand JACK CREVALLE Ron Longshore. Cocoa Beach. : lilt. Itluans ""baa, and fir* or othr liHng. seal t>* W4II1)MIL4t.osFW -
h. orldaal an.wr or plMiUB l lak flIPS ao or bWv Ik* It 4r *4flhr. wTrs4e
tb malarPr Wat. Sn.. orfle W Ik* CWrbj W In* 4lr.It l 44 wlfkth* rt..ilit. P.r r' = psIlYrlila'.R ".
.". _Mra. BaraM Birba Call ATt-lll 11. ..tsg .. KINO MACKFREU Erntst Dexhanuls. Jackson .. <_ra en *r h.ror* inl.tkur m... ami C raj winrt bw "''II U. II4IImtlNI.
..IJI Wed.. 1* a-mw .*>* Pwt Basae.WP.s Club heights, N. Y 'Fran U" Captain Pete Roben1 Ib. .. (vtoh*<. n. rr pats 1.11 I.ot" .nmt Bon ,\ rialntlfr krln .r* KtPN TrMnfbro > J
.,. OraWr W Babba far CfctaWortbr l *n. tuda-maat fct nVrMH will b. tIP onus Its atlora*, .Wa a .. ia It***** .**. must ... -
r Ad awr.-.4udH I o* FiaMo* .Mr.. IBak "...* LADYFISH: Hubert & Sheppard Stuart ...._..-I 3 Ib. 14 o. taboo aaatmat i.at .., tk* rMf "*hlrj* J* Ooach..ren p frwr """.ralni4 baa flied It* final rvnro
dTMa, 1 il* o.a MaaamJa Tamiphjkblri.0ra lat Than, t*' ... Club Oaakaf tI.o.ind.d lu lb. > SI. IHBrt. Plaridn.TM. o* r_...,*' *r Ib. _"t" *
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P.a. Rlplld Plaror .* Maria Cowatpl4lr MANGROVE SNAPPER: Monroe R. Schucht 0011Ts r : 4 K rtardavK .
-81'.1 Sow, *Ita Otnarl S -.. p.INlro for 41.1,5brus. )
flail Muarl a nw> .. pwbllak4 In o tsp rRJi 155
N..1n GrasP .1... C. hew Park ......._. 3 Ib. 2 0*. .
S IOU" Hal Ocean Breeze .. .'u.. Mantn ,.... .. p. Tk.,.. S p.Bk Oaml PastIng a fpo .t 1PrP1aii rlubsa. Ou t "hat Mtrtab** It. IM4. *atdjor a.. COMMISSION)
._. MM BBw LaC I" Lust Tk.rH I p.- PsiEaaas M Mk>eI SEA TROUT Perry Kirk Jensen Beach .........-. 12 Ib. S at .. .. _, we.k tue 1.5w Coseastl" wllf **pir to Ib* H_bl
.81. kulet-lC54| Ii. BasIlI raven u.n pusaCo.klsit.l. -- IownS, J 4w la *>*> Vo*' ttant STUART
p.M.OdIV.. *. LB*|* blat Vaakl Chub SNOOK: Morris SchalU Jensen Beach ...........__ 36 Ib. 1. OI"rP. twwB AX .tn .. (""" .. nrl.. for *_.al fal
._ Club flnnaaar..-.Loa Bawkoa I 1"- ".... n"f"RC'O' Hrptoatrr T final ..rrj. **. for a
11.11 14 Tkin S .., VMM Oar.StiMrt SPANISH MACKEREL: Frank C. Morgan Stuart- 3 IK 1 P'n"PTP5Y Ptrfl-" .. IIrlrtrWrHr' 'j, .r4r ml **irlriH t>.a oat f.* Nor KEGL1ARIM MTrTVSC

r:=:i'.rl$sistoi T. club Br4 .* Bar* SPECKLED PFRCH: I J.ee DeLoMh. Stuart ._ .m.jj '-f \ lb. M....r lii.<.* .l soic4.P1N4 lbS W. |'

bJu.It.dlisle. J r *-.l.t: *. =IlaaMm TIHoa laid TRIPLETAIU Colin Brain Djlona.JicUe Captain I laall. H OVua. w.M' lSP'lIt ? 'lr4T1o.'Ul. BAAE. O. MC 21 BM 4 tat In. Staarl tratto. '
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fire Prevention Week Oct 4.10 TI1T Sn VRT (rinrldn) TUnrida* I 1-t
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-Make Fire. Safety a FirstIn [ Home Building i Section ,i Citrus Storm Damage



Building, Urges Chief Less Than Expected M


If you own a home. or are anhcMos. or metal. Wood hmgfc. RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Hurricane Cleo ud Dora de.- I of Hurricane Cleo and there WH', ,.
planning to buy or build one make never should be used as a roof troy \.MM 000 ...... of theFhrMa .little tree damageI *
fire, salety a foremost thought. cants .... --. .. M to the gnpefMfc. crop wModerate. '. i
urges Stuart Fire Chief Milton covering (Sept II to 25)CcNnrarhlr kbaghA .. T.... a..... 0- .but tome grapefruit m ..
Onffff, at Fire Prevention Week, 6. Proper follow wmag the Quabf wd etectncinns of- Owner L.neloaFerrier Deset$1.. Amee.tStcwtga pussy .( Coral Gables, in a ten- tended few he treeh fruit. mastic'l .'
Oct. 4-10, loom into light provMont, page report .tat BuMMiedAMKNtgh waa seated. and wind. damaged
the National Electrical Code when
Chief Griffin and the members Martin CountyNone L, .EJJMJfcial. grove* mf- and' mcMi go to proeeanort at lower
of Stuart Volunteer Fire Department installing wiring: which means afire feral. the actual .lew .f orangesrepresents once: kink
will help those who own k. safe I imtamtion MI'N.. Al,..mi ( roux; s-oo'( haul I per cent of Prime undamaged Indian. Kit
borne in Stuart by conducting, a 7 A good 'heating plant properly -. pt4iiea lore Pyramid Pools Swimming jrooj 3.410Rdidethce Honda estimate! crop' and la er grapefruit n eiuected to brm. .a
free home tire inspection any eve- installed and located regularly Rathkoff 10.411) mil of major+ tifmfioaniM to the higher price hi me abort runabout -
n t in g Monday, Oct 3, through impeded and cfean. A fur 1 Gary Monley Arch Heights lot Motley nxfcwir This la demonstrated by 50 cents per box 1 more
Thursday Oct. 8, between the nace should never be located under Dr W. S. Rohson Snug Harbor Ray Lein aeaidcftco 49,9914xnsolssh DM feet that on-4ree price of The hurricane lotsea. should be I
houn of 7 and! 10pm. Home owners stairs or near an entrance here HiH Lily Growers Palm C% None ( Wd orange have not varied because offset on the national productioilevel n'
fire originating, m the heater might shod IIno to some extent by the r ewwran
may call AT .J))) for an in- H4H Lily Growers Palm' (1IYLqion None Stange
spection. block escapeWildlife. residences (each) .000 trig of production in Texas [
Sam Rhodes Heights Sam Rhodes Construction, Inc Two .
the 1 190-f.} freeze T xaa
grape
The fire safe home, the chief
points out has two important factor Sam Rhodes Legion HeightIndian Sam Rhodes ClllAtruclk'lInc.. Residence fI.OOO Civil Defense fruit production M expected 11 0the
*: good family habits about fire Officers William Suittur River Or'ire Carl Paidv Fndose porch 2.300 I more than quadruple during .
and its dangers, and good construction Charles I. GerbardW. Hobo Sound None Utility room 4A1) Conference Is coming season' the report stated! .'"

Get New UniformThe C. Hearty Clayton While Jensen Beach Waite Move four houses
Good family habits include such Marion Snow \\eMwond Bill Wagner Residence A.nooIIDROOM Set December 8A Building Permits
things as care with matches and familiar khaki uniform of I"er
smoking good housekeeping! to' the florida wildlife officer wiH M
get ride of rubbish, proper use of soon be but a memory to be associated C 1il! Defense conference Is Total $97,498 ...
electrical fuses appliances and with in scheduled to be held In Stuart
bygone days the All Rooms Have Air Of Spaciousness
extension cords, and! a constant forests, fields. lakes and! rivers. Dec 8. according to Myron R. Sixteen bmUtng permit wen
Rice, for I
director Florida Institute
general awareness of the ways I The old khaki uniform of the hued! by the Martin. County build..
fires start and how to avoid them. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission n___ Continuing Studies, His agency big 'inspector' last week for a low -
Good construction for a fire is being replaced by a uniform known as 11C US, 'M co-operating a-
of 197.9" Six of them were to .
safe home, according to the National of new design and! color, according The first group of figures Ii i ) with the Honda, Civil Defense : new residences. r1fr
Fire Protection Association to A D. Aldrich. director, Jo the house Dumber repre I Agency in holding the meetings. No permii were inued In th<<
includes Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission aentt the square feet of liva II lf"y Rice said. that the conferences City of Stuart last weekP1LMBING \ v
1 I. Built-in; fire stop These are able area in the house. (The government ----
barriers of wood or masonry between The new uniform which" will be other group is an office number I
studs, joists,, rafters or stringers worn by all field personnel, regional .) According to Ian Rein leaders" with the continuing need / RFPAIR rd4d
that serve to prevent the spreadof managers information officers ber) Consult a local 'con for preparednew In event of a nuclear AND CONSTRUCTION
smoke and fire and office receptionist. M tractor for an estimate of attack or natural disaster
2. Solid doors for every room. bottle green with tan shirts and building cost The conferences are aim planned f 1 U!
An ordinary wooden door can stripes The new jacket Is bottle to provide local citiren with a bel
keep smoke and fire out of a room green with tan shoulder straps; tee undemanding of the federal,
for as long as 30 minutes. the trousers are bottle green with 11 IAN RHNIR stale and county Civil I Defense wd M
3. Good escape routes. Best one inch tan stripes, the shin' M Howe No. 60-79 1 program' and! refonwhilitles he
exits lead directly outside, not tan. with bottle green shoulder two.becl-I added II
through other rooms. Windows straps. The new uniform The street view of this
should be large enough and low regulation prescribes straw hats room retirement home reveals the MODS conducts the conferencesunder R. c. LINDSEY
enough to climb through and for summer and felt hats for winter foot-wide front and attached I a contract with the national to
operate easily enough for the and black shoes or boot carport (l2feet wide), both office of Civil Defense. County I P\\lMI'NG LICJ;:'.aat..tar co.!: mtCewpkte
youngest member of the family_ black gun belt holder and car lopped by the gently sloping tad- -- I.. Civil Defense" directors are responsible PI'" ..,..... '.
.. Interior finish of materials tridge carrier and Mask necktie. die roof "wuh generous overhangs, for local arrangements. .. -. r
with low flame-spread'' characteris According to Aklrnti. the new on all four sides. in the "U" of the work counter : r I -;;;;.; -- -- I I r
tics. Wallboards made of gypsum, uniforms are of a wash and wear This is a slab-on-grade masonry The L-atwped will cabinets are r111 c PO CHI MW MHMMMM M .
cement asbestos and similar materials type material and each officer is home designed for a level kxof shown dotted on the plan. cs I 4
are noncombustable and resist 60 feet or wider It is of conventional screened GEORGE I
being provided with an initial is The S by 12-foot : C KITCHEN
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flame spread., construction with exterior porch, located back of the carport aa ,f x I i Automotive. !I 45.w
". Fire-resistant roofing material Previously walls built of S-inctMhick concrete faces the garden and is bandy NELSONPainting ',:.wN:
such a* asphalt shingles, slate of the commiMtort were provided block and all interior part.. to the kitchen. The homemaker Repalre. i iQmson's .
with a uniform allotment from tioni of 2 'by 4-mch wood stud will find this porch an ideal place! I iI +oil;.>
which they were required to purchase ding. AH interiors are finished in for sewing, retung (while pot r : I I
Heathcote \ their own uniforms. The platter, while eilcrtors have stucco watching), and! warm, weather dining ch w
Nurseries new uniform regulations of the for better wear and appearance. The man of the house may Interior Exterior Garage j I ..
commission: will eliminate the The roof as topped with white use this area for hit hobby reading CAR 7. 11l ...
allotment as well ... provide a marble thips. and napping. A 4Vi by feVi-l Dial AT 70949Ureeart DinlT I II .
Architect Deafened Landscaping.Oriental The living-dining area is 27 feet A I...... SAFETY .4
state-wide standard for uniformity I foot utility room is accessible: from I aiavici roil ..
Dmiga A Specialty. deep and on the street side, as 15 the porch, In addition to wall shelving /EDROOM LIVING RooM awu. Mw Peal laal.aru j' .r
Complete the of -Ornamental feet wide It is lighted by three it has outlet for water heater I 1
Plant MaterIaL The India jalousie windows ((6 feet high) and and laundry appliance (LN). Another IZalj 17w1gaa -
River'Ana', OUeat Lawbcape Crowder Is Cited a Jalousie door (see picture) and 4V by 4'/i-fort' closet\ I abacktoback I
crou-veotilatod by a wide window +y -4S FRONT--, h
Nursery, Our 38th Year. TansRight to the utility room .
off U.s. 1 a* LJndsley At of the kitchen wall As an window option- and opens from the carport 11

Lumber III Fort Pierce Phone Meeting I II" "cllraa be installed Jalousie JIM over side the dining The 15 by H-foot master bedroom One mean k the high ceilings in the form of cnfl embedded in _
facing the street with as of the roof radiant .
HOward 153J2.METAL. table (shown dotted on plan) which follow the line the ceiling plaster or I* .
City Managers : the into the three-sectional aluminum awning- I Furthermore, adequate wall space baseboard heat along the exterior a
and opening, view
---- !'I screened porch. Such a window, type" ,,window, .M._ ,WW rJM4.. is allowed for placing of furnitureand walls In an rooms. FFI\\
Stuart's Joe 'N; Crowder was with floor-to-cciling, bifoU doors 1 In all rooms Finally.
though desirable, m not necessary pictures Iliime No. V60 7V were 1 IE ItBNTAI w
one of forty-five city managers illumination vemilatlne The rear bedroom.. MV' by 12Va the floor plan h a simple rectangle Plan ft* l
w. Art Worktn .la MetalIF from the United States, Canada so far as or feet has two windows on two because that is the way" to obtain drawn 'by architect' Jail Reiner editor 4
WE DON'T HAVE IT and Western Europe honored at is concerned.A walls and a 5-foot clotet Thaw the maximum living area for the of Florida Home magazine is1
WE CAN MAKE ITSTUART the fiftieth anniversary conference storage wall made u pol closet act as sound barrier ever-Wtrinkmg building.. dollar ((The magician it available at Vats ROWELL\ FURNITURE CO. -1 1r .
of the International City Managers'Association three compartments, separate the For greatest economy of plumb- :I Where utmost economy rt necessary Book Shop! or 'by mailing SI I to I
-. in Chicago Wednes living room from the kitchen. fat Installation, the fixture of the .I the carport with- Ihe *crecnedporch Kjoo-4'tfty-ceoond' Street North, Dial AT ,...<.M We Che CoW led Stamps
r TJ ''T" This waH contain the. heater (HK 3 by 8-foot bathroom are hack-to- I may he omitted or considered II.! Petervburg 10. Ha.) !.t
day.crowder clovt for sacrum -- ------ -- --------
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L.it.1 4u. ..I.J. .... received the association' a by hack with the kitchen.. sink. The! a* a future protect. On the 's.
Pif L 'Lt fifteen-year award. He h going cleaner folding chairs. ,etc) and Wwncfc wide linen closet (1)) is other hand where extra money to :;
into his ninth year of service In a 36 by 14-mch china closet! facing handy to the bathroom and bedrooms available, an .by 32-foot screened
PLUMBING Stuart but has previously nerved the (dining table and bandy to and adjacent to the heater! porch may he added on I Iii :.
& METAL WORKS as city manager at Fort Payne, I the kitchen counter. (}<) for dry storage of lintm. The street tide. of the house with the t
.OT alt ATlavtM y-tlll SIxH Ala, and Auburndale The 1) by 8-foot kitchen Is par bedroom halt may be closed off saddle roof extending, over k. .
tially screened away from the from the living Doom by an This house may be healed by YES YOU CAN t
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STOP LAWN SINKING Fer wtthM two and one-half I w11 hon-type Melt. -
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below footing on interior side of I DickmsonPark I I The aew fe<4y. .....Id he ready The recent. $19 milieu rale
Hydraulic cement grout pumped 1 for ... early iai t** The park. **e oetloa (/..its major I .,'
wall guarantees: this. I The l.wJ. a f caamk.er.4 .to locaard .O U 1 t hereon lupiler pike Ml kn 10 yeas) sAakMDttnaUne a (
SUM Imtjmtioii gave the Honda aa Fully Licensed and Insured ;fart Service' pennhMoa. acts -- Sanrfc' Blectririt*
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a.r THE Sn ART (Tk I NEWS Thursday October 2 1964 Advice on Chinch Bugs Starkeweather'Not
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Doctor StatesReuben

By IIERVEY SHAWE Thm art any number of color ing. The young bug are wingless, al Experiment Station entomologist Starkeweather
I to choose from such yellow reddish with white back bands say that pesticide such a* seventy-
as
nine of Rio has been declared
Now Is the time to plant Emttt VC 13. Ethion, Trubjon, Diazi
of th
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bronze white and blue. It twenty not and in-
They menially
may competent
and rormel will kill the .
bulbs for next: spring supply non bug
'" lily be tricky to but are worth measure an Inch capable of telling right fromwronf'
grow
7r iln S Sd if
1'" :tn; II. of tall stemmed flower Prepare! attacks first applied properly.
iy the trouble. Remember the iris This enemy usually
d' fv Il/i/ ,a the soil well ahead of planting by like plenty of water so plant along concrete walk and drive Attack the bugs by first laying This is the finding of Dr. Edgar
working in some organic mater.dal. them close to a pond or a leaky The insect sucks grass! juice and down a water barrage Then apply A. P. Kellerman psychiatrist, who
It is best to select a Bite' thatis toxic substance. the death-dealing chemical. A
faucet possibly inject a examined Starkeweather: after he
moist but drains well after a attachment to host
a garden
yellowish to brownish jar was accused of arson in the burning
causing
Keep an peeled for lawn'sworst
shower Plant the bulbs six inches eye fine the
to
In turf. is a way spray on petti
patches of the home of Mn Elnora
deep and from six) to twelve inches enemy-the chinch bug cide. Dosage varies with each:
apart i To glimpse this active little rascal To check an ailing spot of grass chemical. so be sure to follow the Blackburn in Rio
V for chinch bugs, cut both ends out The
IIl IIlr Try planting iris this fall Thereare retirees will have to do more directions on the container label. psychiatrist recommendedthat
II'I' several beautiful native and than adjust their bifocals, and the of daouat metal Can Push one Starkeweather be committedto
I t tY imported species that will add : younger set may have 'to squinthard the sod can and about fill with two water.Inchesinto Salmon according' to experiments care K hospital for treatment and
color to the garden For the quick or even resort to a hand lens. they'll use their unusually sensitive i.I -
If !
bugs are present
any I Circuit Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow.
results flowering-size corms Full grown chinch bugs are
eat
get .
float to the surfaceControlling sense of amen to find their
this month or next and plant i n black, and only a fifth of an inch bridge released Slarkeweather to
chinch: bugs is a way back to the water of their County Court for hospital!
rich beds or boxes of pasteurized long Their wings are folded over com
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WILDLIFE WATCHER John Pox nineteen: of :211(I., Washington\ Avenue Stuart It shown here BATH OIL
holding & Florida stone: crab He ii honored .1 a Teen in the News" In the"October Issue of Seventeen Tender Touch x 1.09 i

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John .Fox of Stuart Is FeaturedIn MANI-MAGIC 49 ; j ::1 i I

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\ Nineteen-year-old John Fox, who Science Talent Search, has now H. is majoring in biologyand REG. 1.00 0rca ANn/MEi/
received: : still more recognition. pursuing his main interenu: r
The young Stuart scientist, is collecting and observing reptiles
spotlighted a* i'"Teen In the News: amphibians and marine life. SHAMPOO
in the October Issue of Seventeen
\ I I Magazine of the He Florida I Is pictured stone holdingone cnibs:' Big Forest Fire JULIA MAY REGULAR WITH EGG QT.89* 77 .

whose breeding habits he studied In
his award.winning project. Raged Friday
VISIT OUR FOUNTAINrw John thinks that many teen-age on COMPACT ,
raw ,........ Drtek scientists are interests) in too Along North ForkA COTY DUETTE WITH 2.50 ,
WE 1ERVB. LUNCH many things, the magazine/ report: t_
He prefers sticking to one projectat LIPSTICK
fort!* firs burned over an _
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STUART DRUG CORP. a : you generalize
and that's death in science undetermined Dumber of acres
Is 1..1.H'Ittu.' Tlon NIU A 1963 graduate of Martin Friday afternoon in the vicinityof TABLETS t t 1

_County. _High! School: I John Is aWe The Winnie fire Creek sent aide and smoke HiMagnesia I EDWARD'S o's 33.,

over a several mile area and at'' REG. 49*
are now In our larger times obscured the late afternoon
sun. It appeared to Stuart residents -
NEW QUARTERS that the entire north area of the
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Suite 9, neat la the elevator 4 According to J. Burt Pruitt, the REGULAR 1.25 '
fire was located in the area of .
MERCHANTSCREDIT Winnie Creek and the old Gikon .' tQLLOWHO ARE TH!71 WMNtWO JUktO JACK COUPON
\ 1 Slide Rule factory He IIIld the WEDNESDAY NUMBERS. FOR,SEPT.THE 34 WEEK 1**BEGINNING TWIOW WITH*TO"STOW aNN, ,
; area burns occasionally He also TUESDAy.OCT. ,5964.
} BUREAU noted that la the past the fires always SQUIBB SWEET 49
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, 300 COLORADO AVk. (UUION BLOC.), SlUAKr Nickels have been used! as money SECOND PMZE..MI356I..TAI "'t-Ie Nee Yet fih,a
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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: October 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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I '1 1I Final Link Completed During His Administration

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I I I i Governor Farris Bryant's U. S. 1 DedicationVucha



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Cites Audit Figures!
Ceremony Highlights
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;)'ck : By Navigation Body 2:30: Monday at SpanAccompanied


by Iwepty-flve/ newsmen and' highway officials.

!; t't dovcrnor Bryant will fly Into Stuart Monday .U> open ,the final four
I lining project on t S. I I. IU will be the principal: speaker at 2:30:
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rv Beckman Defends Policies; I Little Done p.m, dedication ceremonies: to- bo- held of town at the new bridge in the heart



Oct. 13 Showdown Is Seen"The I With, Money, National The 'ceremony Highway will Week I l l In highlight Florida

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The 26 'mile of fourlancd,
.' landscaped' roadway and new
tI Florida Inland! Navigation fourleen-yelll period.l up IlJ 19M. : He Charges bridge over the St. Lucie com

v V' ter rZ District ill a oonscicnlouK!, conservative Wacha laid the figures were evidence plate* the far-Isning from the
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businesslike, efficient or* that FIND 1 \\IIIa an "unn< gumzotion doing what it was let wry organl/alion' inl doing things : Startling figures 'trout fourteen: below Mi.mi-a distance: : of 416
up to Jo) by the Legislature Henry the counties coul.l11u just a* well Male audit reports were cited by mile.
C'. Bcckman Jr. said! Tuesday" -and at far lest c4pen.e. Martin County Commission Chairman I The final fifty-four miles most
and! not an unnecessary' organization "By the figure Wesented al a : rank Wacha: al nres* conference '' In heavily populated urban"
I as labeled by County Commission press conference Monday by MrWacha I : Monday at evidence area
Chairman frank Waeha. the fact that!\ fiND can show that the Florida Inland I :;:: IItalltion : r "' '\\1'11 'V'I

With these words Beckman, whfl; receive $226.(MX) in) |ax money and District should! be abolitlxcd LARGE CROWD IS
have expenditures' nf $784( ()() as "unnecessary"
j is Martin County coimniksioncr: foe .I I EXPtCTtD.: HKRE
1 FIND, defended! his organbatloa meant we are uslrtg tax money I Commskioncr( :, Jack SaundirvM,
I, < ,i\f. '. ."" against figure released I by Wacha very wisely! and I .stand by rhoStatement 1 who sat In on the press conference: R.J present and former State
.t-bt.A.: which enumerated receipts and BcckmiA Mid. called UNO a group\ that u 'ulf* lloard awmber from

PUSII-UPS? NO, PEA Mil'S. Harm Wall paid off early last Saturday morning on a rash bet made expenditures of FIND covering a (Continued on Page 2-A) log our public lands to fiiutnc its Jacksonville 'to Key West, all

1 just prior to the Tigers defeat of Okeechobce on Friday night a* Mn. Lou Collin (Tiger Couch Bob ----- -- --- --------- own little bureaucracy.0 I I county commissioner from the

i Collin! wife) gloats The bet was that 1'd mow.hi* lawn if we lost" said' Lou, "and hatl push a i FIND does not even have lo II Georgia line' to Florida City, and
lfult!
Rogers to Put in Day all mayor of cities along the
submit a budget s..u I IIf
down with hill
street if f Said Harris bit lertlnid'j I
I peanut' main nose we won ruefully rubbing note, "Any y ".I It did there would. I II route of U. S. I have been invited
how I m glad wo won! ; 1i-iIu.llkll1l thaI to the dedication. In *d>
GOVERNOR( IIAkRL' BltV4N'r
rItQoks'Open Indiantown Post OfficeDeclication might prow difficult to aiwiver, A I dill,,.. to the official., a publio

I ; ... budget sure woukl put Uwni in .a J -----I IIwjt.1Jc.... to the rlbboo-cutiim/
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> --- **"* bad issued by the governor
., : : Set OctTlODedication IIMht.. Wath*.taut w C ck t.Led Theft ReportedOn 'to all clti/eat 04 Ibis and adJoining -

County Attorney Dean looker countkt.and .

Only Three Days Left for of the new Indian- Jensen Reach Causeway in t the 'to draw up a resolution "to give Monday from y17 A.I. .
Martin slut legislators avking
Ii town Pot Oil ice will be held at 4 I early afternoon. ITxi barbecue I Isepous'axed that they do everything possibleto ; ... the hardest part of the jobstet

p.m. on Saturday Oct. 10, with by the Jensen Beach end what he termed' "the unnecessary Anderson HomeA I. completed in the past three
Congressman Paul U Roger on Chamber of Commerce and the existence" of FIND and one-huff yeah. carrying out
555 the program according: to an announcement Jensen Beach: Volunteer Fire Department which in eleven coastal a major Bryant campaign pledge.
Registration Sign Up operate
; by State Representative following the barbecue counties.: transistor radio a .32-callhe : Governor Bryant and will
William E. Owens. he will Indiuntown for the electric party
go to established, pistol an razor, and a .
IIND 1 wt by t the arrive here after formally dedicating

, Have you registered' to vote in you have only until 5 p.m., Sutur picked' up during office hour. The of dedication activities, for Is part of a full dod.lealiOlcerernoni.... Legislature to sequin| with la anuny stolen.lack: and from whit the home zipper of bag Dalton were the )40.(000,000) Tampa Expressway
the November general election day Abstcnlce ballots be day : Representative bind for along at 10 a.m. Monday and
must return.ad Intrseunstal:: Anderson, Suit" and Camden In
Ropers He will end the day w ith the route of the 1 Wa lying[ over the Sebastian Inlet
If not, and you plan to register, According Mrs Zola Blake- by S pm. Nov. 2. 1 1I broad
the annual New Dock Rules daylight on Monday
speech: at dinner meeting ,
I terway When the land It no longer Bridge, now under construction atJllll'1
lee
registrar, a total of 555 per of the Martin County Farm useful to FIND It* "policy hilt Anderson told police that no of a major Al I A Ocean: Bode.vard .
News on Folka From The son have registered! In '*Martin' Bureau at 6:30 p.m, at the Stmnolu been to tell the rent state 'to the member" of the family WM home M+provement.
County since the book Ten ResidentsSue Are
registration by
opened in June. Inn. Approved highest bidder Counties must bid between 3:15: and 4pm, When With him will be Road Board
Representative Roger will begin along with' Individuals' and group fill ton returned al the latter time Chairman John R, Phillip, Fourth
RamblingReporter She said registration could: be PoincianaOn his day at 9 ..m. at Stuart City on Monday for the kind wanted fur recreation he found the dour unlocked.: District Board Member John II.Monahan .
considered heavy with Democrat there he will meet informally with and must counties: cannot afford Clothes from the zipper" .. bai. of Fort Lauderdale andvin

out-registering Republican' about friends and supporters al the community : I, the price ..... which Anderson's on. Dale hat 1 CJoeham, president of the Florida .
three to one Roads ClaimTen room o( the First National Rules and regulation for theoperation With. the money from the sale used on a trip to Greece: for a Boy Road Builder Association.Martin .
Mrs Blakeile reported her office Bank, followed by a tour of of the First Street and of land FIND pay Its way rather Scout World Jamboree, were scattered *
will be open from 9 a.m. to Misincs* firms At 1045: am.. Chamber: of Commerce dock: were than levying lane Taxes were on the floor, and the bag County dlgnkarim will
noon, and 2 lo 5 p.m. Wednesday Gardens property owner in Pomcuna Congressman Roger will return to accepted by the ('ity CommissionMonday levied from IVJO thorugh. IV34. was mixing Later the' transistor meet thegovernor's party on Its
i filet arrival Witham .
subdivision al Field, limed for
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and Thursday On Friday the office he bank for a second: informal for inclusion in an amending but after that lime !land soles paid radio, the of Anderson'sdaughter
HOLDS In '. .
FIRM J ,
SIUARr will be the tame houri. plus suit Circuit Court Tuesday to ordinanceThe Debbie 10 p m and the entire 1'11I13'wut
open meeting for Ut operation.The and the pistol
OPtN: HOUSE OCT. 1 I recover damage from Martin De travel la lunch: at Franca.LangforFs .
7 30 8:30 The office will
: to :
p.m. A barbecue Is scheduled with only change in the regulation straw that broke the csmel'sback and rent were found missing, ..
This is the time of year when also be open from 9 a.m. to noon rein rut Ltd, over. what the Rogers as guest of honor on the *, published m The Stuart to far at Martin (e"lncyCommi.on' Inally. when, Anderson went to of Outrigger Restaurant byway
not only new can but also new and from 2 lo 5 p.m. Saturday called( 'fake representation New of Sept. J. was the deletionof t patience with FIND lake a shower, he found thattames Old Dixie Highway. Palm
boats are in the new, Stuart Tackle I She also reported the absentee, 1 concerning rood/ the clause: which would have was concerned: wa the refusal of hud been dumped 'In the Beach: Road, Fast Ocean Boule

and Marine is hohlmg open house I I ballot have arrived and may be I II Suing are: Matthew and Helen Two New Docks limited dock occupancy to two the navigation body 'to change: Its stall, presumably so thai the brownaper and yard,Sewall.the St Point Lucle'"Rood River bridge

starting at t pm. Thursday, Oct I II Borneo Carrie Mists Charles and week al a time, by the tame ves !pulley of land tale when Martin hag which: had contained
1, to display its 1965 models I of I Leona M Chamber*. PawualaPI saL County and the' Mate asked for hem could be used. to help wrap following lunch, to which: about

boats and engines. See the announcement I Charge Dade ManIn UMO, .Jack J. and Mabel 11 Gain Approval It was pointed out that a vessel long Island a* part of an attempt the stole* ankle' *. evenly guest have been invited
Scilham John Valentino. Carlo the 'buses will take the
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on Page -B. 1 here, group
in "o secure a seashore park I'
ducked: for a paid more sodNorth
year
and Judith DiNunno Annie Shuris 1 1u. Invest$421,133 'aimer' Road, State Road 707
or the of the duel fee than The board had secured the island,
Subject to approval : most way taxpayer
$$2,000; Theft John and Helen Sleek and Federal Highway to- the
NOT TWO STAR BUT r Clarence: and Christina McCon- S. Corp"* of Engineer! and the paid on their property. r (Continued on Page 2.M) south end of the .new span. of

THREE WITH -GATORS achy Trustees of the Internal! Improvcmenl ; kOlIWult Bridge, where the dediatlon -
BullJct! :
Of f House Plants Martin Ltd I It Fund the City Commissiun cermony. due 'to
Lat week we mentioned that Development start IIZJO
Sweets l'rick TreatersLions'
ranted permission Monday for for
Carolyn Johnson 'and Mary Jo I listed in county records a* a New the construction: of two 200toutdocks. ... Approved by City : pm.William.
Fcnton were with }he twirling Ga- A Dade County man has been Jersey corporation with Lou I it R Scott former Mats
torette* at the University of FlorIda arrested and returned to Mania Bruno, president, and A. E. Si- lite City of Stuart formallyadopted tin County representative to the>
The first ia home of lark 0'S4ZU.l.1.J9 '
at the lea 196445 budget
.. Annual Sale
first game. Another Stuart I County oil a warrant charging secretary Candy State Legislature will act *. matter
M Harman fevenUe Drive, St. at Commission
beauty MM Lynn Mauldin t* a him with. the theft of about $2.000 The ten plaintiff are wing; in- a City of eeremonie. The band of
tuck Estate, and the second al meeting .
'Gator cheerleader: and a candidate in house plants from Oulfstrcam dmdiMlljr and for their separate : Monday evening.The Martin' County Senior High will
for Homecoming Queen ( Hohe Sound on cause of action. Matthew and Helen arbor( Motel and Roalel on the On Monday Tuesday NightsStuart appropriation was up Ur111'I. Uy the Mar Spangled. Banner'
UI'II.Tr..at I Bianco charge that in October.: St. 'Ui& North Fork al 307 North .1 II 1 from the previous year, Rev. Malcolm A. ItarrkV( pastor
19)6 (the defendant made rate' Riverside Drive. I II but the millage remained the same,
Russell f Cox, thirty-eight, reportedly of the tint Presbyterian Church:
Lion Club second an- candle fur the tfve S mill fur 2vi f or oU
WIND WAS! AGAINSTcoRBimrs rented a truck: backed representation! ta the plaintiffs : Mtpplw of operation .of Stuart wilt give the Invocation! ,
PIGEON sad Halloween/ candy tale will' and goNin, *. town and 2 for annex or totals
and "induced them J
U Into the loaded the to purchase: s Revises loud Mayor Ray Cooke will
nursery City member dour-to- I "If I rt1 or- of 7vt\ mill! for old town and 1 give
be conducted there
Ugh northeast wind at therelease plants and then drove to New, lot i I. Pmnclana: Gardens"They by are any group : 1M addres. of welcome. The:h
point and strong eaU-to- Orient. where the plants were sold', charge that "false repre Voting ListsThe door Monday ....Tuesday nlghla, gamuimn plurmutg Halloween for arum Ii" County legislative. delegation
southeast winds the fnkhprov for S5J5 sentations" were made that ",Ulldl IM. 54S.Fuiult. panic, who are ,In oced of .puck 1 I will also .lake the program.
ed too much :L. R. Corbea'sContinued An undercover investigation by were provided i I. Poinciana Oar- name of eighty personwho raised will be applied t to gad. lilt candies. jut ctmUU meat ITIY'O1tll<< ,.\N"Y John IL boo when, Stale Road
3-A Deputy Sheriff Tom Wyatt and den tubdivMoa and of a qualitythe have moved out of I town and financing[ the sight-saving program, J87-OV6A.$ taid. Bill Kerry MHI; NL\r MONIMVThe :" Apartment I member for District
( on Page )
I Sergeant Joe Fernandez of Dad county had arced lo take over 'lwent> seven who have died are a philanthrope activity of the Berry, who It chairnun of the of Stuart 4. will Introduce Governor Bryant,

nest
regular
I County and a lead supplied by and maMrtam, when at the tune published In a oouce by the Cityof Civic clubThe candy drive, indicated thai delivery '' meeting. who will formally dedicate the
James the county had nut accepted the Stuart today, advising' that they tardy tale, i k timed to fur- might .he arranged for club City; Commission will be held
Deputy halt brought about highway project; and Mn. Mom
I Tale Twisting [ the arre*. road taken them over, ora.r are being stricken from the registration nMwd householder welt In ado and group orders provided enough si City I Hail on Monday, 0U (Continued on page 2-A)
book. rsuce of Halloween with ampleOCM" notice iIIl/vn. tl pm.
I I Gulf Stream Vurvmes. "has over lo maintain them. 'i .
By JACK JAMES ---
The suit charge the "defendant -- ---- -
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THC ritna t'4ntH1' I to national store c:1W.: ... wet knew when it made the rep- '
I I mentation aforoaid, that they Waller Owens I lobe Sound, Pull Out of Race With Saunderson
Seem like the dkutor abroad "
fake.
are telling u* who they want for]I II I Last Weeks Weather I were owner I

next president I goes they 1"--- KM a... t...,.. Urcyddinuproperly until Apr wy Candidate
Board Quits
thick by BOW 1IoiroL"I... :. .f ,it ... 17. 1961 that the deieadanu had Republican County
duties -
the I. I
only "
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... $ M t* ... practiced a fraud. and that k wa
of the American I 00 t* ... ; -
at that Tirvt
i people are lo I i *M* tJ t* M M I that the road lime they ia the development learned Wallet! C Owen. Repubhcan I was the reason for his withdrawal -I! said be would' have to I cheek with'I"Ire to withdraw He. ...* accompanied Secretary of Slate Toot Adam

[lout pay taxe and to I ft'- 00a..w were tot acceptable lo the county o candidate for mmnusiioncr "I i jute have uw much: to the office of the attorney aneralbefore I by John w Hus y. a I report Owtrmi' name could be
... ... county
carry the load' t4.r. ar 50.4 for mamtmance." District 3. wtthdrew at a candidate d* to actively/ campaign" al Due commenting.h member of the Martin County withdrawal al Itu* bit hour U he
notificatlua of the withdraw
receives
of foreign a n have thisparticular Republican: Executive Committee.
d.1 The plaintiffs are asking the Tuesday aftermn causing lane be tfe IaiitL never run aerials
Word" of Hi at ?net W.t., Law w.t.i officials! said Wednesday *!. Adam also reported .be
IN!' ...4. ".11I. A.a. p.a court for damage* 0 a sum .to a mild surprise in political circle: I Jto..Ju.1ahdr..1. maybe problem Tw'laMi. County ,
dam by Al Got: not at.cu CIa of the manaum jurisdictional Fin withdrawal. left the field ot'10 In word only IU name I II thetreticaWy hll may .he too late to remove his bulbils proNsMv have nut been I will ask the-State Republican* Executive

quite often when ..,... i. ... 400 in ,iui.. ..... .Is40e. amount of the court inter**!, en County CormMMOMr Jack; I / tf not actually on the ....... What procedure we would pruned in .which case Owen. name Committee to appoint! a
trans 10 male everyone in Q. -- two lawn 301* and court costs Souadenon who won the Dem November ballot Whether the kIt follow In case hi* name is on theprimed could be deleted. His name datesarises replacement if they to dej\
the happy. they end oat: : ::: 141 n: absentee"" ballots received However, if pres time there wa
up ail A fury trial *ra by. the critic nomination ta May against lot ha been p printed wa nut known ballot remain' for the on .
making'h KM devd ihc happiest ofafl. I w was. e S 0s1 1111 .ore... a.1se. .act... pUiourf through tarot attorney. uhn MacArthur of Ilube SdusiLOwma t al pres* tune. attorney general dcdole'as the week by Mr*. Zoto Blake I no Indication of any tuchr reqveit'fur

(Let i aO go lo Church Sunday > 100.10 31. .... 1a1 .... 044. 11e h Uses IL SUbwan. uU "the pine cl bos- County AJtoney Dean Tooke/ Owen ce to the .,..'* of IIco, regiU tto leplacemcnl.'




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land spoil lteeaa," Beckman d.
commercial
2 \ THE STUART (FtaJ NEWS Thursday, OMoibr96 MORE ABOUT the support of ux governor, the were improvement of U. S. 1, U. pi aident. Mid Tuesday that barn Dually irked by FIND'' aied.
lIMe Reaid Departm, alit the S. 301 U. S. 27.", and Stat Reed .| a major upset the job will be attitude He added that he was sure the
Martin County ***** cow**** served 'by tMi pop ... all at wfcicfa. .have been accomplwhed completed on time by Monday The county. 10 far, baa lid FIND board members would g1\C
ular highway before it WM compfcrted. Oct 5. Allowances have been made it cannot afford the 5200,000' I the Long Island spoil'I area to Martin
The four-Ianmg" showed signs for adverse weather conditions and ed which would net fll'CD the County if it legally could
SAT. LAST DAY Extends WelcomeTo At recently as 1955 only 115 of becoming a realty beady in change orders but Dxr on'.parformanc $198,000 abetted\ from ht with ")0'. of these men are f pons
,
mile of U S. 1 were four-Ianed.\ February, 1962, when the County i. a remartaMe ... taxpayers men and conservationists r "
the Governor This total WM Increased 1 W J lIff Cenrnnoakm auKwnwd the expenditure primarily ia view of tile act dIM twpayer's cash '"'LlI1an" he noted
December" I960, and d* M- of SHOO.Oflf) of secondary the genenil contractors was granted FIND Chairman Stsonlxsuuh said be thought the
fine Stuart perniMtam to dole the. section that FIND bad been effort to abolish FIND would i 1.11,
.
minder, including two -! gasoline tan fun* by Mid lax week
TO REGISTER (Continued from Page 1 loA) mretch**-involved tfc* meet i DefftMtment far tthheepurchasioad of U. .. 1 adjacent to AMMT "co-operatilll" with the stole l to on deaf ears in the Legislature
.hen and her daughter. >Susan, will expensive right-of-way and WM ngftts-of-way' Creek Bridge for a period of 190 the area for recreaf GII. He alsoget ''This has been tried before "
cut the ribbon. the moot difficult to finance. The purchase took substantiallyone days if neceiary Mid he was "aurpriid": previous Legislatures, and c ;
Then the official party will go Progress had proceeded very >car and bids for the four- when city business men point man Wacha; efforts abolish time FIND sends a represent:,:;
DEMOCRATIC hack to Witham Field by but, slowly until 1945, Then under lanmg were put out on June 21, ed out what a loss! this would bring FIND to the Legislature and explains the
the governor' group will head Governor CaldwHI !14.7 mite$ were 1963 1 A $9518.09 contract was them Crowed agreed that he The Legisluture. as noted ere activities of FIND and the IT",.,,
south, and local guest will pickup done; under Warren, 42.4 rode'. awarded to Diekenon, Inc in Stuart would never close the road for ated FIND and probably would atom put the bill back in 1"
OPEN FRIDAY' 9-12 2-5 AND 7:30-8:30 their cars McCarty, 94 mile; Johns, 115 on July 24 of the same year. more than four or five days at a have to vote it out of exi!oIIJIICe. lopper." Beckman stated
Year of struggle preceded the miler: Collins, who nerved six The notice to proceed, with a time, for possible' total of twenty Whether Governor Farm Bryant He concluded that FIND 'h:I
OPEN SATLJRDAY AFTERNOON 2.5Located' improvement years, 247 miles; and Bryant, $4.7miles 1i\teen-Jay grace period was issued 1 days. In fact, the road was never could take action on his own w a necessary job to perform ando I
An accelerated effort to four- I Aug 7, and work actually I cloned: for a tingle day, althoughthe I abolish the organisation has not not think the counties can per
''b hind the Courthouse lane LSI I began immediately I Governor Bryant's major objectives began at 7 a.m. on Tuesday Aug changed arrangements cost: the been determined Th aovrmor eons K. I don't think they know
IN STUART after World) War 1 II.( This multimillion -I ) each' representing some Zft( Diekenon firm i a considerablesum. has not been happy with fiNDpoUcies. rough about what we're doing
l' dollar program required $10,000.000 in road expenditure Walter Crowell, Dickerson vice Mr. Wacha seems to think < ht
.
counties can do what FIND don
.... MORE ABOUT But it occurs to me that perhaps(
* .rt: * * * * * * * * * BecbtiWendsI the counties do not have the desire
\Wacha Attacks : to do these things at the time
the Corp. requires them to he
.one. I sincerely: question! the he
Navigation Body Navigation Unit lid that there' a doubling up of

Our fate President's famous directive to the people was: tt t services.: We will have something
I t to say about this at the next meet.,
Spending Policy Now Under Fire hog of the County Commission<


'TASK tfOT WHAT YOUR COUNTRY CAN DO FOR YOU f (Continued from Page loA) (Continued from Page i l-A) Local Group at

.. ASK WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR COUNTRY"ti which I is submarginal mangroveland Beckman stated further: "If the

'f ti .' along the Intracoastal Waterway total number of dollars FIND hat Erosion MeetingIn
',1- 1 near Peek's Lake for less been through taxation were
No person could have given more than he In giving hk i than 2000. It offered to sell it to be given assessed against the total
Jacksonville
\ life for his Country, hi* Beliefs, and Isle Party. "" for around $200,000. number of dollars we have expended
s Wacha who is a certified public and the total number of dol-
: William E
accountant came to the press conference I Ian we now have available in asset Representative Owens -
Your Marttn Democratic Executive Committee/ its Advisory Com prepared to call a spade' I'd say from $3,000,000 to Board Chairman Frank \Va
County a spade' and. the figures he presented $4.000,000 tn land-I am sure the cha. Engineer Fred Bell. Waller
mitteet and the\ Representatives of the individual Democratic Candidates I showed that he had dug i public in Florida would feel we >owell, Dickerson Inc managerand
Admiral Richard Tuggle town
deep into FIND operational have done conscientious, conservative
a
say now: :tices. prac1Hi efficient businesslike job manager of Jupiter island, attend.

figures came from a state- of doing what we were set up to ed an all-day conference on erGo
"ASK NOTfWHAT YOUR PARTY CAN DO FOR YOU ASK meat of receipts and expenditures do by the Legislature" ll Hotel ion problems at the Robert Meyer
for the period beginning Jan. 1, Slam Jacksonville Tuesday They
Cleason
He said lie and
WHAT'YOU. CAN DO FOR YOUR PARTY. 1950 and ending Dec. 31. 1963 baugh Sr, chairman of FIND beard:
compiled from stale audit ( State Senator Randolph Hodges!
reports would be at the next meeting o .
that the Florida Comer.ration
on file at the clerk's office the Martin County Commission on announce
If you can participate in activities for any of the Democratic Candidates contact your Candidate Representative A compilation of the fourteen Oct. 13 armed with "a few fact research Department center somewhere may establisha on

your Democratic Committee or any member of the Advisory Committee and express years 19JO through receipt 1954 showed FIND that realized from of Beckman our own."laid the figures Wa the East Coast to study erosion;
Colonel H. R Parfitt, district
your desire! to help. $226.930 from taxes; $172, 28 cha compiled from yearly state
explain that althoughsome
engineer
from sale of lands; $60,419 from audits of FIND receipts and expenditures .

WE NEED YOUR IDEAS! YOUR TIME! YOUR SUPPORT accrued expense. refunds interest. of and 19901.prior Wacha period "a very ((1950 convenient through set"of 1963)are year) to the furnish counties federal their are funds share finding are of it available matching difficult,

called the refunds "lot for
a
appraisal
on which to base his assumption.! funds
;
and Your Car on November 3rd possible during fees the Miscellaneous period amountedto receipts "By 1950 FIND had" acquired N. C. Landrum director of the

$11,(JO(), most of the spoils areas Beckman Florida Shore and Beach Preservation -

But it was in the area of expenditures declared.He said FIND has a problem Association urge that tax
ing districts extending far into the
for the fourteen-year per. "Our big problem is to give to interior be used to fill this need
HELP GET OUT THE VOTE hardest.iod that Wacha hit FIND the the public of Florida a fair unbiased Charles E, Lee assistant chief;
viewpoint of this situation of the Branch of Hydraulics andDesign
T h fourteen-year state audit There have been a lot of charge Washington D, C,. tell
showed that personal services and made Mr Wacha hasnt been to of physical means to Curb erosion;
expenses totaled $610.897 a FIND meeting in two years He Charles E. B Hard, of the South
.. ON NOVEMBER 3rd Included in this figure were tho doesnt understand the problems Atlantic Division, Atlanta Ga.
following: attorney's retainer fee we have and exactly what we do. outline; erosion causes, principallya
: : $113,750; Washington representative Nor has he come to me and asked slight but continuing rise in sea
** ; ** * ADVISORY COMMITTEE J * * (lobbyist) retainer. 584,1100; what we are doing So the tax level.
publicity agent's retainer. $21,350; paying public is getting a rather Some :200! from Florida and near-

%f Herbert tyrnner 287-1297 Daniel McClure 287-I 0413 Timer Powers 597-2135 F( Tom Wefhlnttton '46-4001obed.RarnliJph engineering fees $31,997.:' travel 1 biased viewpoint"i by coastal states attended
iAar
"i expense, $14,650; general manag- WhaUlora.i1N.Q.AQ.be -
; 2870244Hurtnum .s". Jr olin Keller 287-1979 W, F. Underbill 597?562FJtoit \ ''"!r John Wethlngton' er'a salary $50,000( commission quire spoil areas.;? Beckman said BETA SIGMA PHI
', '
ark' 287-02SJ Thorna Crook 287-0101( Schvran 287-2966 e Alton'Bewley 287-OMO er'* per diem $78,717, commissioners HND distributes information about Xi Gamma Phi Chapter, Beta j
I mileage $20,997; general l the Intracoastal Waterway; pro- Sigma Phi, will meet on Thursday,
lip os Surge; 287-1222, Prank Dctafano 287-0700 Lewh. B. Preston 'WillIam Mafhewn 287-2682 manager's secretary $23,814; attorneys motes its use in navigation, is responsible Oct I at 8 'pm. at the home of

Ray COOk". 287-M51 A (". Caution. 287-0088 Felix WltlimM 287-3053 Harvey Prey 287-09K3 urer's secretary $16,320. ; treas Road Department to work in with! the State Mrs. Hams Wall I in Cocoanut
secretary-bookkeeper, $40- some bridge
I William Todt 287-2254 Alvin "'ndr,,,* 287-1220 Ktiuwth StlmmeH 287-1477 Don Ward 281.3611 535; chief engineer's salary $69- construction and enters into agreements .

Dorothy Pierce 287-0220 Christian' Kalb 217-0946 lola SwMrtout 217.1736 Harold tthulrn 287-0251. 250, and other miscellaneousitems. ,with the Corps of Engineer Park.TOWN
to pay some dredging costs.
DQUARTER.III MARTIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMOTFE: 287-4746 In the item hated as abstracts, I Beckman speculated that Commissioner HOUSERESTAURANT

recording and plats, FIND spent Wacha is upset because!
$41.013. FINDS office suppliesand FIND will not give Long island
expenses were $70,444 and spoil areas to the county for use

: MARTIN COUNTY ;i;\' >{" other miscellaneous expenses, $15,* as recreation areas, possibly"' as a
,:,/ : 531 I. for the fourteen-year, period. state park. u S, IIWV. 1, STUARTCLOSED
," 1'. rf r j b Rounding out the expenditures "J would like to point out .again. ,
in the auditor's as I have many tunes before that
report were right-
1964 CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATIONAL CHART '
:.. :.' .. of-way costs of only $46,485. Securing the Long Island-' spoil area is now
: right-of-way it supposed under a dollar a year lease,to the
w to, be the prime purpose of the Internal Improvement) Fund for DUE TO IW.NESS
: I" State Democratic Executive Committee of Florida navigation board. the purpose of tying our hands so
Wacha said other than the small we cant sell It, thus giving the Thank you for your patronage
i" Slut Chairman amount of funds spent on right-of- (liB or some: other conservations In the past V>. will be bark
Registration Get-Ont-Vote Precinct Oivinl/afhm' Advertising Publlclly Finance way purchases there was no other group time to come up with a plan to serve. yon again In a short
I Speakers, all plume working with County Committee mention in the audit report of any whereby we can deaL I say deal, time
concrete accomplishments by But we are not asking for cash.
i
I 1 FIND. We don't want to have to go be- WATCH FORREOPENING
___ I I State CommitteeROSCOE "It seem most of the money fore the Florida/ Supreme Court
Elliott ReoHnlt I I realized from the sale of public to explain a cash sale. At present,
Annette' Baker I I I ROILINS lands goes for and tht we cannot I legally sell Lcng h.I

GLADYS ROLLINS like" Wacha ta'l'd. ... ...-H
k
=Dlrector I. I I I I The chairman also pointed up BOX OFFICE OPKNS6t30 ,
his recitation of the figure by
I I saying FIND had $251.759 cash rl
4I on hand Jan 1, 1950 and $58.785 SHOW 1T\E
I Executive on hand Dec. 31. 1963. 7.00:
Pnaldeadi. Senatorial Gubern.torIaI CoIoul te..d. and LecaII County Wacha then shook' his head _

I OImpatp Camptdgn. l..m..an. Campal&ft c.opal Committee sadly and reached for the 1963 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, SaturdayA
(11e Preddeat) ,(Sea lIoIblncl) Ma1' Banat (Congrnmsae and (Eac1 Candidate) state audit report and read that
Nomdnen E T. MURRAY, (bairmau FIND "rented office apace from
I ) SARA WOOD >Ve-ChJr. the chairman of the board at the towering triumph of ad-"
'
M. R. ST. (LAIR, Sre-Trms. rate of $50( per month venture and txcitement!,
II
Approval of this rental by a Tha Winner
of 27 Inter.,
II I board member to his board was
II later onaJe In a ruling by the attorney national Award.J,'
general. Chairman of FIND Z. Academ7 Awards!
I STRATEGY BOARD MARLIN ,COUNTY MAR fiN COUNTY MARTIN COUNTY MAT1Y, COUNTY Precinct Leaders is Cleason N. Stambaugh Jr., of ,
Governor aid Senator 1101111II" Ihwdoa Burns Paul Rogers trio Brines West Palm Beach. .1.1T8MBMHDOG
L CsbkaN OrgaIzatkn Orgaa4atlen Orpnleatbs OrpItb.adnll IEROY CORLEY Wacha had also prepared a detailed (

Seals Smsthers Evan 0.,. Jr. ROIk"Ot Rull.., \\'DUaa Seoul Ralph Rattans.C.odrkk W. F. MinDLETOS table based on 1951 and C1l811.c-.m:! IDlINm
wha.li ahowed
1953 audit figure
(bat sal l..1nnM WWlam Owean Jerry SIIIItJa LAURA ATMVRARMIND that had taxes been levied Martin !atMESS'WXHIifJNS

Roosevelt Jack Willi-- C1IMrtn te"h') flak Wathuflea. ,\ MURRAY County would have paid only $399a
Tanker.. VkeOashma.VtrbChakma. STEPHEN O'CONNOR year to FIND. Dade County
Ruh McRoherteSnret.ryTrsaessne ARNOLD KALTR would .have raid $30,666.
FRANK CLASS Instead! of levying taxes, FIND sle HI_ aSSSBSaSpl I
IX J. AUSTIN chose to sell public land to realize
CARL F. D\KES its operating cods" Wacha said. MVBRKMMI!
JACK NORRIS "It i It obvious from the figure thatif UlMl.PIUI
the purpose of FIND ss to acquire .
JEANETTE CLEMENS'SRAYMOND
LORENZ poda damp the Corps
8
MARTIN COUNTY CANDIDATES of Engtnem sand and
RICHARD MtlURDY if we (tIM county) are renponxNc
MILDRED JOHNSON for acquiring the* land for
I R. U McPHFASONCERFRtDC Corp use, then the county com-
Vke Cbak.un Yin fl.kkmara ISABEL EVANS BOYD muMoner of the eleven counties Sunday Monday Tuesday
Robert Morgan I FA lemon .. C HOWARD could: better provide spoil land ,
' L Supmbor of R gWr rlon MARY FAVORS because ws know the property

LEO WILLUMSCTLAR. Abo, we could use our own secretaries /
engineer, attorney and other ek
.\ MAE: TSIM.VSE.
JACK SAUNDERSON
I h1ARTTN T. MURR1Y personnel and eliminate the
big salaries. We could acquire land
ComnOloa Dirfrfcl/ N. 3 SARA WOOD .
Cewtjr & a* we acquire right-of-way I
AIARDEE R. ST. CLAIR for the State Road Department.
rnu .. I can only conclude that FIND I
v a JOSEPH GREENLEES to an unnecctury organization and
should be abotehetf a e1' 4 t tfawatt.IMjwNts
Political) Ad paid for by Martin County Democratic Exec Comm. Bred of P bUc IWrwrton DUrlrt Ne. 2 Martin County1 decision to
take FIND M task cbvwuah/ stem
from the county1 futile efforts to
acquits spoil areas on Long Island
south of St. Leas Inlet for a
7k .. * * * * * * '* recreation pupoateop ipectfeattr +nrn Oesw.! iDI01t
a state put *nd the Kate it


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TIFF. STU.IAT (FI<>rMa) NTWS; TMhndny, October 1, 1964 TAI

I Tigers Maul 'Chobee 13-0 I
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,. Stuart Junior High Jaguars' I

Single touchdowns in the first of a Brahman fumble only feet Clark Collins return! 'tie ptulat and then losing the hull inimcih
I and fourth njurtiira jriM one exit I froM tilt Thjan pal Maw V see- .. tit,. Tilgera' 446 yard nirli> alpS wkly on a fim>W .
pomt gave NfaM Cbunejr Tigac* coda before dM red III the Dun I Rine .... later went runurtl Iiit I The visitors showed up "better I Start Grid Season Saturday I
1a I 11-9 vfetMry ew Okeecfcobee owes r I'IIk' end horn the in a non-conference game heN on ft look the Tigers )Iwo thaw st* .MM ktucftdnwn Mam RKobe ; M the third quarter, four success I
Friday t. lIMp a* eighteen" game I minutes to noeafc then first. SCOT *.. IlK wa good i"* lhe..nPOM e first downs taking them from 1 Smart Junior High School Jag a good account of itself fat I boththe ) ers will he introduced with trMrt
bumf MneJl wMck be M m ,I9t 2CenfrtbuMng Rebutters titled off for thehomeMvrs. *. their own 10\ to within a yard of I
1964 Uxxhnll
I oars their sea Puhokee and the I Like. I
like factors to a wHI I Okeethohee returned M.... Ceninty ronlwl Ht-J! Ike. the Tiger goal tine before they open game son
I deserves! WR Mem. Mll'r ol the 'son Saturday' Oct: '. when Pa (oast Conference encounters. with Athletic, Director Don KrtitJ
were groan the butt to their coo thirty gamed I moot rem under of knit the ball on a fumble with I lest
purucutoriy' M the rW hat and a scant four yards on three ptars 11M''fhM half fie Brahmans* get- than one minute left in the qnurler I "hxkec Junior High come here : Si I'lICIt and Vero Beach Jim taco; will assist NitviiskN" in trying f4

to knowThe I one stroke of luck: the recover- ? 'and were forced 0 lie punt. stop into Tiger--termon-- .- 'sits once. : fl"a non-conference game with a I a High six,game The Jaguars schedule currently. but I !Nash.II I: I II I 1 find 1 .1 i unmni. team\

Dairy Council of I 7 pm Followmc kick-off successful serin. on sky o.4.still hope::! to fill an open! date I Nine a t etrkit' womEl4

South Florida I it proudto : Murray High Beats Titusville 260Murray I mage with Martin County Senior I AIIIII\me" home and! away will I mare
present Certificate of I High B squad onednesd>>, I he pleycd on Saturdays, starting at
Merit Award to these Slit 21. Conch Jim Navitsk! his I 7pm. Oct 31 will "bo r-athtrs 1 I
deserving young people I High School I. giant killers Hamilton was the big gun> m Saturday blocked a kick H..nulton aha million is nf'w the 'leiuling : high_! hope that hit I leans all jive Night when the dads! of all\ play 5 5largest ,
last year in basketball, appear 't victory over TltIt8ville. Ho 1 adder" on* extra point after touch scorer of all schools the Imliini I. .1
...for outstanding j headed for a giant kilter role in 1 scored three touchdown throughthe ,dowry AU-confertrtce back Charles' I River area with 32 "points in two'I'I
activit. and exemplary football line and a fourth when ha | Jones added the other -"ralhe point, ball I games. raise AT 10155r.
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leadership honoring both For the second straight Friday 1- .
I the Lion poured on the touch-
family and
community I{ downs to post a lop-sided victory
I Friday night., the Lions visited Pendarvis Lost To Tigers
Titusvilhr and came home with a
I 2M victory The previous Friday
they opened their season at Long / vin
Field with a 41.2 victory over The loss' of Bob Ptndurvis out Seahawks. have vet to score and Arthur Speedy to share Pam +4
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Okcechooea Boys School I for at I least one week a* the result their first point of the: season.- In darvis's chores of Wfensive tnckk ,
Canted On Rinds 70y,
I I In the two games the defensiveteam I of a badly.n.snined elbow the SuncoNNt opener on Vpt lit and defensive ginnl) "t didn't rrUM >
aeUn R alll Ieaa a.os w A..w. .
has not allowed a single! tendon sustained in the Okeechoboe they tied 00. at Lake Worth! with what a task thai is until. I ,
point to be scored' The two-point game. it not expected to enhance Riviera Beach, and hst Friday saw the film of the RnihnUn HUSTON'S :
safety scored by Okeechobee was I Supply, of ArlkN" MiiterlnU In Martin County.IRVMINtt
DARRELL charged against' the offensive team I the Tigers chances at Seacrest on lot 13-0 to visiting lewiston game" said Collins Tucsdiy. "On PICTURE a 01 I D P\l\riN.S; RFSIORFD Ol'IICF EQUIPMENT: '

TINSLEY conference: fullback: James I Friday but Martin County will pall The Tigers first awn on Friday, one occasion Pendarvis took out |, Over M 'hears. of Ftperlence I Osceola' Avenue 287.2399'iRA01 '
out to win their flnt Suncoaxt was a 114) victory ovr: the Okee I three men at once" ''I I
Holder of a certificate Conference game of the season choKee Brahmans whom they had -- __._....,'-'n. m__
for senior life I II Always great defensive team:. ww; w.-
raving: Darrell Tin- not beaten since 1959.
airy, 17 volunteered Coach Bob Collins in experimenting ( I IN OLD UNSAFE TIRES TODAY FOR NEW GOODYEAR TIRESSPECIAL TRADE

his service as lifeguard l:. t>--." i with Boh SiiNllii. David Smith I I 1 a set of FOUR for at tow as $1,35 weekly -IN TIME ENDS
for the Girl .
Scouts at IncHantnvtn, with a new style Palm Lake --- enter ,
I which has been organized Mr and Mrs Rob Alinrn
I less than a from FASIIIONETTE tamed l Mr and Mrs. Kix scvelt %
year. By helping Park Newsby Davis Sunday at a combination TRADE-IN 4
cation the new to scout broaden organ!, birthday dinner for the DIIVi'Cl.I ? 2JoTIMEttape4i'd. :

their\ summer recreation I Mr and Mrs. Richard Gibson,"
activities, Barri'll .- Mr. F. P. CA1NFS I and children John and Carol, have
a junior at Martin f Ph. :87-S3M proved into the home they purchased
County High has I on Polk Avenue in Palm
demonstrated un R 1 4 Lake Park Mr. Gibson" i is a route
YOUR OLD TIRES
SELL US TODAY
selfish concern for Anyone having news to report salesman for Bout we II Dairy They 1 I I
others should phone Mrs' Games 28753ft moved here from Massachusetts'
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Mr and Mrs. C. W, Cuthhert P\ I'"
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"'.1)) Association) will be held Monday, Sandy, spent" the weekend in Tarn : W.',. paying lop cash prutf
... ,u Oct 19 at 7:30: p.m. All members ra.
old lhr dwrhifl our
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Mrs Gene Moore and Mrs.
FashionetteBEAUTY are interested/ in the improvement Cecil. Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio
of Palm Lake Park should attend OLD TIRESROUNDUP I
spent a few days visiting in PalO'llLake
SALON Mr and Mrs Firman Roff and Park. They both own kits I
t Mr. and Mrs. John Antoch motor here and hope to build in the near ,
JAMES 607 COLORADO AVENUE: ed to Clearwater to visit Mrs Alto future as they I like the people who .
ROBERT STUART FLORIDA I lochs sister i and husband Mr. live hereKobe. t \ vraC
KINCHIN OPEN MON. thru SAT. and Mrs B. Gooren who are ill .t... ._ __ now =

James {Bubhyl. Kin. 7t30, a-m. 5iJO p.m. Mrs John Lechner Mrs Art ,
chen was elected by MARIE WEIS' Owner link and Mrs Frank Games were Sound News !
111 I 11 fellow patrol Ann Hudson Operator in Rio Tuesday Sept. 22 where
boy as Wabasso DIAL 287-4999 they played canasta with i t Mrs MRS.! EVA: CAMPBrll S
School Outstanding Ample Free Parking Gaines receiving a prize for high (orreitpnndenl 546-3911 :1jL4:

School Safety Patrol at their table II I aana -AS! !
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Sergeant Bobby was i from the hospital where she had
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awarded a bicycle by undergone emergency surgery
the Indian River om.l
I Randv Cooper is now Ja.
County S eriffs Department BOAT WORKS from Mart.,. Memorial Hospital
(for his outstanding

Job on haze I West Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port SeweR and recuperating from injuriet )
JrduuI U.S. 1, Bobby MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS sustained. in an automobile accl .-...... .- ;
Is an eighth grader I CHRYSLER dent two weeks a.l. Randy! I is doing J
exceptionally welt and we' are
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AMERICA'S NO. 1 MARINE ENGINE. all ghid to ee him home.

II Rural Route No. I. Stuart, Florida Old Atlantic 7-246C Mrs. Shuylor. Coane has undergone
BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS e STORAGE:
art operation" and I is now git
Agent for AI mueller, Inc.. TaxIdenuKt ting well at the Martin Memorial -- ttRE (ARRAIoto '
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log from surgery at the Martin ,,
GOLFNew Memorial tI''I' lal. Her husband? Iiva1
I rank Ikrtinl. hud to leave ,ud.t|I
Jenly to attend, the funeral of his
JOHN Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. father t
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WELCH LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right .Jut before cro. log An aunt of Mrs James I hooter( I YOW OLD TtttJ WILL M M$1$ TO DOWN PAYMtMT ON WW SARI MOeTIAl THUS r
New Bridge to Beach Jr, Will a recent visitor at the
Beyond Eagle ScoutIng J.UIIM Mouser. V residence. Mrs
.; perhaps no. COMPLETE Greens Fee Turner a native of Durham. N.I I

award I Is of more character Indicative 1&I TOLE COURSE S3 JO to C..Florida has enjoyed a number" of vi\iI'1 I NEWAIIWeath NW TIt( PRICES STAUT AT. ',

than award the given religious In each ICIRIC: CRTS $6.06 for 111 IMes-$4,00 for 9 Wee I r "..2- ;+

faith John Welch, 14. MOKF. ABOUT with TUr y 00 ,

at>ear-old Central sophomore Cal IMIlie MBMIiKRSIIIP: 44 ..se.I' ..
High School was the fslEIBFRSIIIPL1mtTH1NFEE: $100.M RamblingContinued ,... I.DOlI" '
recipient I I of his SINGLE MMIfR\IIIP.: MOO mitt this" r'""'.. 'rIut = .

church highest DOUBLE: MFMBFRSIIIP"' 100.00 if\ gforf low and .tit trodo4n
scouting award the ( from Pap I-A) ,
10 PLAY BOOKS
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30 PLAY BOOKS three-momh-old birds
In school: Last 7UO. in a pigeon
year he was treasurer race from Veto Beach to Stuart deal ol fie/ ytorf' Other& sizes also low prreecl I IOOOOVtAN
of his class DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE COLP SHOP I Saturday their best lime being
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCIIFONS i VKI!50 yards per minute, good for
JoIn III,WOII', yaw> 1 sixth place However, Corhetl predicts
M\TT MOORK Pro. ROBFRT M. \\\1I.U.u., Mgr.
In honoring rhese fine a win for hit birds on Sunday i I II
young people... Dial 287.2274 I Oct. 4, in an association race YOUR OLD
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.. ., Aaq" 'tiI ,,, h a d.11 I BABY SHOttFR I II end in Arcadia where. they 'Nled I TirE STUART (FlorMa) NEWS Thursday, October" 1, 1944 5-A

A baby shower w.l I> Acid in honor with Mrs Covmfion parents, Mr ..
INDIANTOWN NEWS I of Mrs. John KKM.II, TtModiiymfht and! Mrs OH* Tkad.ie.Colgratutstiosa I Committee's Slate Approved

)111 *. Sept 22, at the hone of Mrs. ,
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DOKOIIIY McVLUsFER. Cofmpo-dtnt 597-2SS7 Lwda () horne. (DcnathMM' were to Mrs Jackie

in blue and )ello hicks on the oetetirahon, ol he.II i i I II
,. ,SWN&!*** M8<*,. k.v, .t.,....numMMUBJiUmH .. ", ,"rAki Those attending \I de Mrs Harry I birthday! Friday, Sept :25.! I Ray Cooke Heads Chamber

"'.:' 't' National C.M:, Mrs \l l. ,"InRto'IjIC"| Juumta Sheets in confined. to ;
4-H Club
: Week Mf. Rachel Baker. M ss Jo Anne
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Hospital an
t 'If.f.'7.. ..' .", ..... \VftfaMts. Mrs. Jm' \\ igtit\ Mr*. period a.nJI' tests I New officers of the Stuart president is William F. Crary; sc:. Chamber' of Commerce, who pointed

""t-, ',:' ., Observed Indiantown B tIIIr Dorian. Mr f loyd MeAl Chamber of Commerce were elect and! vice president Mike L. Greene, to the dire i need for ooeel.uedcooperation
i \ 1 at UIIttr. Mf Tii/u Ilirnaon, Miss The Dunkhn Memorial Baptist ed Monday at the chamber annual and treasurer Don Bowden of the two chrt\bers.
Amt Harrison, Mi" Connie Stvclua I Church is sponsoring! a church .
'" meeting !held in the community Newly I elected, directors are Retiring president Ronny Kel
Want i Pic first 4-H meeting of Indian. | filmstrip for leaden and parent Mrs. Moss. Mrs. Ted Lott, I picnic. It will be held at hlllianI room of the First National Earl Dyer Ricou. Mrs. C. M W.Ik !son briefly outlined the chajnbu'l

something nice for (town was held at the Civic Club The meeting for boys and girls Mts. Wanda \Vool Mrs Daisy I town Morin Saturday! afternoonat Bank er. Herman Keitz Robert F. Me. work of the pant year. A suramary
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someone nice Monday night, Stpt 21. Miss Bur- will Mart at 730: pm. At In it Plait. Mrs Joan (o man Mrs I 1 pent' Members of the church The date selected by the nominating Roberts Jr, Joe Fmlcy Bill Brit- of this work is published in today
Frank Ill
I meeting there will be a !special Snipes ss Deborah their families are invitexl! bach ',
committee was unanimously ton and Ed Halllcy The retiring Stuart News
dmc home demonstration
I agent for them also.l It Is hoped Snipes Miss J\J\ lesser' Miss! family Is to bring a covered dish
filmstrip
hy the Nelson' automatically ,
ts general memhership president, Ronny
eet4.gay gh. I (lor Martin County, explained the that at this time special interest Cecil i Gaskets. Mrv Lavcrne to add to the picnic lunch: \ approved prrM.nlHiNkltng >> becomes a director A control for
p.it ..- changes m the 4-H program and be decided Wright, Miss limb viaskms! Martha remote system!
'I r .. I discussed projects with the interested groups can on. Mjra, Johnnc, Mary and Mrs. Helen Hill I is In St Man the organization for I Installation of the officers was house windows permits openingor
parents and children. As National 4-H Week is Sept Mike Jackson Hoopilal in West Palm Beach. for the enduing year will be Ray conducted by Dick i Campbell doting any or all of them from

Q- The next meeting will be at the 26 through for Oct increase 3. special enrollment emphasis Those who "sent gun: but did not tests l'oo\'c.\; manor of Stuart; first vice president of the Jensen Beach ''a central panel
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tOCEAN civic center Oct. I at 7 p.m. At attend were: Sparkle Dustin, MM a I
BLVP STUART FL/T I in local 4-H programs' and help
t7T / this, time L. M Johnson, agricul. learn Maudie Harrrson. Rosy Bell Johnson
+ AT,7.4300 I ing the community more
tural agent of Martin County and about the 4.II program.Auxiliary Mrs. tunic Hick. Mrs Phil- SATURDAY

--.-- Miss, Martha Burdine will show a Us Slay, and Mrs Jackie Hicks. STUART FRIDAY STUART
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JENSEN TRAILER SALES Inc.BOX I The Carolyn Dubberly Circle SHOPPING a R M Y SHOPPING
Barbecue DinnerThe met at the Dunklin Memorial Bap-

I list Church Tuc!>Ila\. Sept 22 alL
575, KOUIh I 707 JENSEN: BKAtll, KLORlln Ladies Auxiliary of the In- I 1 The ryosrll1eRlllled "Race Relations CENTER
Jianumn Volunteer Fire 1>: CENTER DISCOUNT *WW STORES
Ipart. i was prepared I by Sirs 1>In-:
Phone 287.2732 ment held its regular meeting on nit Shires with each person present ,
rhursday! night at the firchousc taking a part In the program Quantity R iklt Ramrod

"J Itst Beyond the II rell"FALL Plans were made for a barbecue I Those! present acre: Sirs John

chicken dinner which is to be Saturday I Holt, Mrs Dennis Shires Mrs r

Oct. 17 at the firehouse! Homer Wall, Mrs. Lois York, t
SALE Tickets may be obtained from any Mrs Margie Bell Mrs. At Walk. t Heavy Duty Molded Plastic : \

Auxiliary member Take out service er, Mrs. Martv Barr Sirs Lou ,
Last Week of Low Summer Prices will be available. BurficlJ!, and Mrs J0 Franklin ,

New 1965 'ritun-12' wide 50 long-2 Bedrooms! New officers elected for the WlTkiT 20 Gallon TRASH CAN .I.
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Front .... coming year are president, Mrs Iry' .
and rear-P'l baths $5,595,00NE1V BIBLE srun I ;
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Ramona Maxwell; vice president i '
1964 CUm: OUIS Claire Win; secretary, Helen Low. A Bible study and discussion Specially Priced For This Event '

4'x10'-211th( Century-I bedroom 3/9501)! ther; treasurer, Martha Chamncw. was held at the home of Sirs John i'i'I ; ,:.A
50'xl0'-Skylark-1 I bedroom 3,995.00 and chaplain, Joyce Coone Holt Friday morning Sept 25, fa i 1 1i'
A nice table lamp was presented These Bible studies, are sponsoredby
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35'110'-Skyline-prlvate dining 2 bedroom 4,895.00 She is moving to Boca Raton. for all ladies of the church: and I' q Ruitprwf. exforUu, |.ak.
46'x20'-Skyline-large, hpuilous-2 bedroom, will be held weekly i

114\ baths-carport & patio cover-In Park, on foundation BIRHIDVY PARTY Those attending" were: Mrs John I I proof, .. .stiiih..vygeug.

ready for otenpuncy dream home 895.00 Holt hostess, MM Vuda VoderMrs. platlU can with tn.|t.ght
5V x 10' -American-1 large bedroom- )e level Margie Smith was the guest of Joe Franklin Mr, Homer I lid. :
oven, many extras 5,195.00 honor at a birthday party given by Wall Sirs Lois York MM I'art Now .. trubUfr. pUt I
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Glcavm MM Pemperton' Mrs tk .t the price .f metal)
45' x HX -Piedmont-1 bedroom, twin bed*faniy Smith Saturday afternoon at her
Margie Bell, and Mr. Ada. Rutherford
brut 489500
interior quality home. I
50' x 10'-Titan-1 bedroom, front living 495.00 Those who helped her enjoy the

50' I U' Sportstraft Lamplighter .paiiout bed. traditional punch, balloons, horns, PERSONALS: I'1
room-front kitchen carpeted living room 5,595.00A gifts and the birthday cake which
held four candles, were: Pammieand Mrs Ceroge Miller was in Martin 10 Qt. Molded Plastic 12 Qt. Rectangular r
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SAVINGS OF $300 1O $900 ON ABOVE NEW HOMES Cindy Kowbrook, Susan and Memorial p'lIIl' for surgery

Beath Osborne, Neal and
USED BARGAINSMany Wright, David and Bryan Maralyn Otis, Mrs, Ellen Chase and daugh POUR SPOUT :
Debbie len, April, Laura, and Dress, or DISH PAN 'j
Sue McAllister, Sue Shel-
real good travel trailers; good used mobile homes In 8' tra, and Debbie Haaood.PREPARTlON Jensen Beach, "spent Sunday with ,
and 10' wkli'Bj; many In Park ready for occupancy. Mr and Mrs James Wood and i

Priced from $595.00 to $3,395.00 "UK family PAIL I

Come to our sales lot in Jensen! Heath and look; MC good re Mr and Mrs Hubert Clements
conditioned mobile homes at lowest price. DunKlirt Memorial B a p I till I t spent the week of Vpl 21 1 I17, i ti
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Church Lightweight
is holding Its annual touring and camping in southern Heavy duty molded pall with ; ,
RANDY SMITH, I:KM) SILYtRS AL WILSON "Preparation Week' for Sunday and central Honda s" formed pouring Up Mid all

Ready to serve you. school work. under the directionof around rolled edge! with fingertip cusy-to-handle,
Superintendent Homer Wall Beth Oshorne celebrated her
The book being studied is, "ReachIng third birthday Monday, Sept 211. lilt grip Heavy metal ball I unbreakable I IIf
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All Prospects for the Church." Y a hue codger plmlk hand grip

Superintendents of tile departments Mrs. Bernice Covington and Assorted colon

for the new year: nursery,, I daughter Wanda, and a friend,
Mrs. Leon Bcede; beginner, Mrs. j Vickie Sloeumb, spent the weekIM1U -

Reece Hataway; primary Pete I : :' till >;;Hhorvby ri-Ii1TIITI -

Largcant; junior Mrs Archie Cox, ; a 4 chip rust anil Mahipreof.
I / r: 411" 1\1 p1Tpl\: Tit'ap.Islp.s .
Intermediate Mrs. Richard Yoder; S'll9'I'I7eale sines
P'N young people, Warren Goode; N.tl'" ,In IfIHn Hal. Hiun .. Aborted color. &AVB 20c
young married Larry Knight, and or ( lailrr KmS(I M. r KlolMa: 1"rum Our Previous Low Discount .
Vk adult Rev Perry Brooks. A,1, of 1141, Kill 1 *(:..; wllh' thit IOWDISCOUNT
atl f lark IIf lha (Ircult ('ourt 'In and PRICE of price of '9c.
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PARTY I r::iKlit| r proof or publliaiiun' : ul 43c
M3 OR "SWttT Ihl.! nolko. the ricllllou. nuiiiit, toe
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honor of Deborah Snipes who was 10".1"... In Tart Malarnt, Martin Hound
"sweet sixteen- Monday Sept. 28, (:iniily, e'Ia; that lh par I Ira.o Int Half Gallon Plus LONG LIFE
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$ 1 he party, held Saturday night II,.ir I. Koappllmc' ''r and Anna M.Ku .,
I Sept. 26, was a cookout Hot dog .|.|.llni..r or loll ".'0'''''. .'10.' PLASTIC, PITCHER I I
,Hit aid thai Ihorr ir' n"' nlhorp. LIGHT BULBS
and marshmallows!, cake and I .
assorted ra<.". 'lnl-r.nl 'I' candies were served AIITIItH I. r-IIINOiaU
ANNA h:. K"KI"H.INIIKKI
Those attending were: Marshall '"t< (I.'t. I. I. '1. 12, IMHt .
HARD I Moss, Ind4 Caskm, Janclle Clements land New
Marlene Gteuton. Donald -'Mi. tI "I" IS rpS'l'III: In rs 7T, r,,, + ,
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I Hataway, Sandford Rothecharlie Is HI,r la nrrrtiy rlvan. lint. the 1e41.,

Janet McAllister. Morris l Waldron, !' of unlr.Kn.d i.hapi. .|*under IM. la.II..a of pr Klurl vl.lonii laA LIST asst ri... d
TO I David Jones, Donme Mon, Mer ..!, of I;4I, will 1 r; l.t.r wish' rhoi'I.rk
vin Waldron, Jean Mr and l it lha Clnmlt I".t In end
Smily, Martin Conntr, ,
phlhtilionof:; TV
Mrs. Mclvin Waldron' Joyce Smily, ror: '1 U i ,>r proof or I
Cecil;I Cabins i Howard Lawson It,la. null C.. the rictllluui naina lu

and Mary Lawson Mrs Frank Iii Wn-rW aunt: TUBES
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were the Ilostelees.Lino1L hinlnru In Hlttart. Martin ('oun.ly I Lay SIM, Aay TypMen's
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INSECTS.CYGON? .t'LOIIIU 1'1 Tltp 1111 rot 1.Y ..'C sri K alarls de 1".1'11. teal\'e1 sees, ..1'1...N pero... ..l.."Inur.I.4 In r....01 no busl.. 990 r..

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All crwlllur nt lh. ..!.!. at U1LIAS > MODEL OP NEW L Mw.
H. KrNPHNitV' d".M.. STOPS 'EM h..b nutirifid and r-qulr.d to ril..
.nr claim. of it.m.ml. whlih th.y AID GIVEN
boy h.... ...ln.t .a|"| r.i.i. |I.. id. MI.Nr: p.
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tin Florid. In lh. MUM ..
leafhoppers, aphids, leafmlners on your tomatoes poU- house- ::'l..u.. p'IonIA.. within all moat unique free offer as 1.MMI.... ./
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raUndar -.nlh. from oho dale of UahrwilaMe. cVanler with II...
toes watermelon Maggots, leafminers, aphids on your lha tint .ixbllollnn nf ihla noil*,, of special i interest to thou IT...dip..
Kara elalm demand muat b.. In e.M
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leafminers mites lygus bugson rlllnc' end mat .lal. Ik. p1.' who hear but do not under. flare bottoM to preteal lip. ...... ..
peppers Aphids, leafhoppers, or ral4nr and po.t..ffle..44.... ....
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aland words, hu |owl been (. gptxlal MMfarlp pow 131End ---
of tile rtalmant' ..4 .....t K. man
your green, lima or snap beans? Not after you apply an to! byh.. rlalmant hw ...nt. i>r announced by Van Co A 59058 sad andlItHII. ....."... PM
insecticidethat Mil allarn.r, or It will' kamin raidemrdlnv '.life, actual Liar
tin
economical, low-rate dose of CYCON, the i lawW'lMlh' true replicaof .

provides both Immediate contact control, and ''onl.y '* IItb day *' *...Wn the MnaJlea Van Co. ever -_.._ -- --
Mmwt' .* made will be given absolutely

listing residual activity by acting systemically// from Inside Jr'iH'xJs": :William I Pfarr......,.
the plant. ,...,,, SnHNMONAturn."ROWWEU. 'UeN.EN a advfrt wmtnl. Wear-test it Of Season Scuifpof,

), ... .. .. ... . ... .. .... .. .. ..... .. .. Adminl.tntrlt.". Inc AarOllarr in home the without privacy of your own '
cost oMig-
! 7.II Hntrtora.. 45Ih. ptr..t or Clearance! RIDGE Sj LED hj
Ma.rlarld. bun of kind. It to .
any t yours
j : Use T HIM I ET at planting time to lyittmlcalh protect : wl.' nrL 1; 7 te. as.1... l<
: potatoes from the ravages of foafmmers, aphids. hafhopptn, : Is .Tan
r : flea beetle larvae and wireworms... tomatoes from leafminers. :. 1 ys.oalna.Is 1\n ram. "tTn tQt.T', many feature, It weighs law Men's SWIM

i.I .... .. . ... .. . .. . ..... ... .... wrn\war. 17on4Ta. ao...; than a third of an ounce and A.
: r.rHAT 1 (s all at ear level In one

See your Dealer today A. WITHAM. >11055 unit No wires lead from TRUNKS
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All Seneca......,,,....,w.f< tt tka _.to of I body to bead. Have U truly 11c\ 'ss
MAT A. WITHAM "_e0t4. a..' new hope for the bard of
hwsb ..118.4 ..... r gtrd u
:': rd.ln, a d..ad4' wh/.h.t mel. be/mg. MLiiflf .",'. .....rt.d tnidfcg Inj
SYSTEMIC r hatS sashes' pod ;.tel. I Then model. f
arts,.. IS. rwnt, J dv are r e ....n,.hac... hJt, laN
.: : = white' the limited/ supply Uslsso l' .

IhMaa a.r.at n4.atYw.e.dY.td r Moalh* mm,tka wit 4at m we suggest you call or sad fly ,...... JIM*] +".A.uM

of Ih* Ores BiMMIvMlirn ./ tWta MN writs for your' now Again SWH4.iit. .
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INSECTICIDES M M wrnln..ad .sees 99. we repeat there is no s ni.
else N rwp4p4..04 .:=:., I $
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........ ., dI. fM/Mar .IM LesN no obiigaUM.BATTERIES /

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bean,w..... ._.itnr..r n....... r. '._. I Tot Moat Hearing
rCW'AI'IIAIWI.: I =::JI bes.....'.. tha 044 day .1 a.am.. AkU la SlockWESTERN I

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wwelaLaaltarr Friends my MM at MMM PoMrtl !9t Rt-Mfa el Alerted. Qmtb ta B tiailon Zeta C.ntf >W FIb, IRveme; hMM B Tease Till! STUART (TtorMa) NfW4 Thnrsety, October 1, 1964 7-A

OBITUARIES Howe on Wedma-ky, Stpt 30. ,.. wtth ........... at Standish, CIRCUIT COURF .
I from 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.mMRS Had Swim PartyThe (Chancery) (County Court) 400 LATIN AMERICASlURIU"
A, P. K.-r. K us. Eyed : ARRI'VWThey
E PAR Efwfon Zeta chapter of Beta Julia J. WlIJitl.la.: Mamt. for
CLEVELAND ANNA ..OWMm M uivfflitfiilfAtti ojofl
CLARFZVCE NETTIE \\ffkarm.. divorce, McRi b !
RUCKMAN flu held Cftrroil don't Kpeak '
it of Duno-
Sigma *
September Mwtnt,
I4COBS Anna E. Partfow. the fermVTSWSJT .
Mrs. Nettie Rwkman. ei social a swim party at the home Johnson I >e.For. they are natives of Cost",
devetand Jaoobi. er Anna Phl ie wage of Iloward First Federal Savings born on that count just, a .
Clarence tev seven. 0 f 619 Camden AwK, of Mr and Mr Dale Henson
of I Paruo-v Sr*. died rn Illi.Ca i* Association of Martin C We refer 400
retidejM Fourth to
entv.aine a and Stuart died Tue-Aur Saturday night Sort Jfc.AMwidancp IItiO.
at a Well GoldsvaterMalkury
N, Y.. MoiM V-X. 28. i i,1ft
Street- fort Salerno Mm Beach on ay Raleigh" Roland Johnson! turtles. amigned to the
Seminole ho-f-tef f .
by
pnees were won
Martin ov"K a ( &IK.tol |TMMiM| tired Loretta Johnson" hw t Ret MuatNims Sunday."I
n growing
died TwWr at Memorial I brief iHneia. Mrs Sick Gale Mrs. Steve Frajala. Home Donutcratii.: DC
f a brief ifIntt. She was hora Aug. 6. IM4 In al, foreclosure' of : which wen awigned; htre!
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HoPit native of Harden Mr* Dale Hudson, and Or. and .. of the Florida Hixiw of
County Canada.
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BrackvMe Ontario Johrerfm Archie Carr of the
Roberts and
A native of Hamtonvrtle' Mo I Mrt Ruet Married Howard
bad lived M Port Salerno for this for the was ta First Federal Savings Ott: 5. at the Florida and acconraaflied
be area past ten Ducat wen Mr and Mrs. Jim Mixxluy
year Parttow ? 1905
on Sept 2 Survivors ami on their" rhine (light \
the pad forty-eight years Me II' She it survived by her huhand. include her hutKarki and Anthony, Mr and Mn.. Rick Carroll A i>cialkxi of Martin Hull at 7:W pnt Isis tide askinunt. I <> I .
by two song George A. Henry Buckman of and Dora Boyd!. a willow et ill be "Why 1 Am Supporting tarry vr-tn.
lurvtved Stuart, a non, her son Howard W. Partlow It. i iI Mr Kin. Art Pietism, / am, local: director of the
and Lease W. acobt, both : E, A. RiKkman I gage foreclosure:' ; Goldwater.! "
Jacobt of Chicago, two I and a grandma. Howard W. Part- and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gala, and Johnton. pitkid thorn", up at Miami
rf port Salerno three daughter listen, Mrs Blanche Spotwlcr of Mr and Mix Sieve home :::.
Franca
low III. She member of the "
was a --- --
Mae DtWl line A !bake tale will be held at Re.
Mr*. Winnie Seven, Port Salerno: I Homewood. Ill and Mrs. Floyd Utica Chapter of the Order of! guettt of Mr. and kin Frank Georgia
Dowlmg. divorce T. C. aft headquarter on ham I
Jone. Fort Small
of
},Irs.'ir.inia Pierce, West Palm Reich MX Torow.
: Eastern' Star. Mrs. Partlow attend
Joie Smith of I grandchildren Marie Joy Jorgulesco 1)lnlllin"M.1 Boulevard at 10 am Sal Dining Out is a PleasureIn
Mrt Ormond and
and eighteen AA meeting for
great Tabernacle Church In Utica,I opts prospective
led Eugene Jorgulctoo Jr.. : (Xt 1. Prnc( 'e\N will bcno
Beach: eight grandchildren nine grandchildren member will he held this
Y. She had been a winter resident W. R..Scoe" the Republican! txeciitive Com Pleasant Surroundings
mat'grandchildren! and threegreatgreatgrlatchiWren. Funeral services Thursday. Oct. I. at the home of
I were held \V ednesday of Stuart for twenty-four years W A. Simpson v*. ( tvcrjone) h wtkome! and
Sept. 30, at 2:30: pm in at the Partlow home on SeminalAvenue lira Fred Burke at 8 p.M. "on. divorce; Elton >naI l>n*, of baked g nod a are SPECIAL FOR NEXT SUNDAY
will be Johns Funeral
held Home
Funeral service at Chapel with here. I Dchon Inc Y1. Harold ked.
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John Funeral Home Chapel onThunda the Rev I. W. Maroon officiating Burial was to be in Crown HiU C OF C TO ELECT: OFFICERS lnmte. Ben amin BIKED CIIICHFN: PIE
,. Oct 1. at 10 am. with Burial was in Fern Hill Cemetery. Cemetery, Utica, N. Y. D, Thurman, auk
Durward H. I The Hobe Sound Chamber of Meloine : Now In.. the time to cnnilUlim
die Rev Knight of. CHOICE OF WO SIDE DISHTS
floating Burial will be in Pine MR. STFJ.LA JOCK IIFNRY ",iiij'M.: SCHWAB I Commerce will elect new officers Thurlow.eel: forged' mortgage and train yonc $1
Rest Cemetery., Port Salerno. at a general meeting. Oct. 20 at ROE n BUTTER COFFEE OR IF\
Mrs. Stella Jock. nmetywo.. Henry William Schwab Ill. for 7:30( p.m. at the civic centers Mary Graham vt. J,' BIRD DOGSBOARDING
Flint Mich, well known in Stuart ly-seven, of Bahama Terrace. Stu' The nominating committee vitltet ham uniform reciprocal ; CHOICF. OF \'\ rPOWELL'S
ProCessionalHearing for many years. residing here with art who was stricken while in up a slate and nominations may ip G. Nourte.
her daughter Mrs. Joe Constance, Hollywood Monday was pronounced be made from the floor This com (Chancery)
Aid Service before moving to Michigan in dead on arrival at Memorial mittee it composed of Rance Randall In Re* Free dealership IHIIK MOM DINER & MOTEL ;

JAY A. BYRNE, 195$, died there 0 n Thunday, Hospital in Hollywood. Roy Randall and Semone UM.; T C. Ho ik.
Sept 17. A native of FreemaiKburg., Pa., Vemherg.Thit Becky Vega vs Carl GROOMINGMIKHAIM n. s. NO 1- 2 III X'K.II NORTH OF BRIDGES =
Certified Hearing Aid She was member of St Joseph he wan a resident of this area for torte 1'. C. Itotik KtNNtl
a it I your Chamber. of Com ; We are now open every day for the winter ::
ADCUokpa Catholic Church in StuartShe the past' nineteen years. A graduate Frederick! S. King v\. ..
JOHN K MOSLEY. -
merce; you the general public are ". DEAIMII1
of Lchigh University.. Bethlehem ., fort \ SQUARE EVERY MfcAl":
rd itw.
I is survived by her daughter B king, divorce; R. J taut a. ci.r*
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Specialists i in Quality HearingAidt !! Mrs. Constance' of Hialeah; two Pa., where he received a not ,only invited, but urged to attend Wayne C. Fake vt, Ph_ 4"4 1JT. -
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Batteries Ear Molds and bachelor o f science degree in -- - .------ _
IOns O Q. Jock of Flint Mich., -- -- -
Repair of All Make and Casper Jock, Standish. MiCh.; chemical engineering, he was alao Arthur Bodo it home again. after "0' .s_ ".;; := ,--
806 N. 7th Street Fort Pierce eight grandchildren fifteen great a member of the Acacia Masonic visiting with( bat daughter and
(I Block N. of Fire Station) grandchildren and three great-j Lodge m Hellentown. Pa. He has new grandchild.
been business manager for Southeastern
HOward 13035 great-grandchildren I
Printing Company for the S.M1SI. JtDt :MTIP4KJTtl :
Funeral services held
were at
past seven years. and wa a memberof I'unanS M .esetlnn Ira at Chap.
.... the First Church of 1/Ant r.
Baptist irfm m 01 r innan. ap.risl
Stuart. .\<-l. or skis, a im-nlod br Ih.p.
lor 13.U4, ...w. of Mnrldi Artor I
He survived by his wife Margaret IAAI' th. Cliy Cnnmlo/on: nf ihn'it'hVl Whyiwant II
1 and one daughter Henri. (' of Ptsrl, ?lorkt.; al he meet.
"n this tsih d.y of M.pl.m.
1 e 1 Jo, both of Stuart: a son, Dr. OwenL b.,. IAAt. r..vl*." tkltr.tlnn'
McKinney of Kansas City Mo.; Honk or the. City of $Iuarl andreseed 1*
; two brothers. Warren Schwab of foll..lhlf 1ft b Matiri utrlfk-n.r aura thdr.teomthe prro MM ar+ l i
ntySalon Hcllcrstown. Pa, and Herbin eon- .* ".* known in the *..tUf .
0 e : ; Schwab of Bui/town. Pa;; and twosinters f.".ol v.Inn died nf. nr the r-l l'ltl'omml., to n..ll-In. lon' this la to be in ::
l Mrs. Walter Beiber of Cur a r whe w. alherelea l '
Freeman+bllrll. Pa., and Mrs Edward :
LOIS KRISTOFFERSEN \ Johnson of Hcllcntown. "E'P: TO 1tF.-lnF1 II
PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALTON Funeral services will be heldin Albert. Ales
20 E.. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287.4453SEYMOUR'S Johns Funeral Home Chapel on Alher4 NedlnaAllard .
Thurvlay. Oct. 1 I. at J ,UII.. with tiewlAsher O. 11.Allard politics.I
the Rev Forrest Watkins of the .

",A J :rw .__ First Baptist Church of Stuart officiating Jtiildwln. 1'.Thornll.nkn A. ,-.*. I
Burial will be m Fern : lvalfn;
INN I Hill Cemetery. Friends may call h nryant Urlilon., i.u55eIhtrrnnAh.llnrWt I
at Johns Funeral Home Wednesday .. a111drod' p.lhrnwahe Mr. and Mrs. Voter:
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tIIlve W. Bar
from 7 to 9 .
evening mMRS.
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The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks Campbell('",nlh.lI.I.jifk, ., Ma. Since filing! as a Candidate last Spring! for the Office of State Senator *

LUCY MARGARET ('>mi I''hll. well
Cocktail Lounge and Package Store Open Weekdays 10 a.m. 'til PAIMFRMrs (.hRptnun'. R ( HUM
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Sundays I p.m. 'til Lucy Margaret Palmer ,hju. .,*ales.'ll-l-n, rjnydOhrl'll l. bee and Osccola bounties, I have been asked on several I occasions; why
DINING ROOM: CLOSED FOR THF SUMMER sixty-one, a resident of 507 South ('natal. Hnimi-l. leCrankhaw do he in Politics?
Dixie, Jensen Beach died Monday JPrankulxw "on you want to
3 PIECE ORCHESTRA STURDY NIGHTS Sent. 28, at Martin Memorial Hospital Joseph Pj Well, this is my reason. I have always believed if a person has the

) 2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN' BEACH CAUSEWAY Jensen I. She Beach had for been two a years resident coming of j mike::: '..r.RllnneSleeker iiH-M-.n:1C llthEv.n. 'V.r time, if he can afford it and has thu ability, he or she should offer their

here from Miami" She and her +sdee. .Jnt'k) services to serve the Public .
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.. ., hushand Variety owned Store and in operatedPalmer's Jen'l'nBelch. ., Lllit1N -..+: .. By sery'inthe. Public, I truly mean "Serving thc ('uhlic", that is! ,

Notice! I faith She was of the Methodist I..Hlx IIr., (o loni-M.n-vl.v-II all the people '.Not favored groups( or1 selected industries, but "all the

11'e Are Closed for Painting, She I is survived by her husband k'Inley"''''.'.'., hoary r.lherln-IItt people."
I Alton E Palmer of Jensen Beach .t.t, Jam.a K.hYuoly .
and Vacations .; l Jima J. My program will he /spelled out next week in the various Newspapers I
Redecorating one brother Carl Miller of M Pyna.: Clarhnttfithn.r I
ami, and one sister, Mm Melon serving these Counties. My I program .is! one of CONSERVATISM. ,
Nov.
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Grand Re.Opening'Sunday n.edner' ArehIWIm.r4
Miller of New York Nmh'' i is the Tai Burden nil
with Complete Luncheons and DinnersFRANCES Services were et for 8 pm It NO designed! ( to lighten( on Taxpayers;

Wednesday. Sept. 30 at Yates Jen ,. M llonort r>r VonHolmrr Karl whether > ou own' your own home, whether vou ore n Rancher, a Citrus

lANGFCRD'S) : Gunsatus.Hen Chapel pastor with of the Trinity Rev Methodist Neil Hurl 11..((.. Urn henry UJiidnon Grower, a 1 Flower Grower, a Fisherman, a Hoat-buildcr or just a plain

church officiating Friends Doll OKrp workman

-. were invited to cull at the chapel :i>wlil, por"l iH .-a I have been) successful in own business! Lumbering; Forestry .
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from 6;30 until S p.m. Wednesday n> <*o J my p- (
GERQVfRl4 the family has requested that K-lx. Imn.ldA.tlnrer and Fanning(, and would apply the name policies to your interests
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Nettle
In lieu of flowers, friends donateto
RESTAURANT the Cancer Fund.Arrl.ll1 .v..a Atinger' h.01U Chsrl.a 1. 1t..ran. as though they were mine. I do not claim ownership of any large ranches! II,

.. .. Marey. Itnd. citrus therefore I would not he serving selfish inter. '
fOR or groves! my own
Stacy ,
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JENSEN BEACH, ON THE IN DUN RIVER {) Jan::: Ha, v.
MARRUGt IICFJSStSGeorge cst It.

LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS! William Sagner Ucsidcro Port Mtry 5raHim...,l>>)'.,, R Hob-rl n.rhare Stanton UrMn ., >tfXM I do own the property in which I reside and have some other properties .
Salerno, to Roseiinn t
Jupiter With R in addition to this, on which Tuxes have been paid! for quite some

Order YourCHRISTMAS Constant Paterson llyn a to Idea: : WallerPeirain K.firh time.

Dorothy M. Donovan, both of James '
West Palm Beach 1'.I.rI, Wllllam f.J.Platt. .: A sworn statement of my financial position will be made now or

CARDSNOW States railroads hauled lIaro'4' P.Itch' before taking office, if elected 'just m my opponent desires.!

2.521.(KM) ) motor vehicles! last year. ... "I.. Starry ltarm.eiwkman Investigate! my record and you will have that "DEEP? ? DOWN
Ile1law
its.R :..Ylott p da. ,now's.uro GOOD FEELING'? by voting for Jamci I H.) Watson, Sr., for State

SAVE 10"%; until Oct '10th I n.CIfI4to. Ptad.rle. AAnnd.r. Senator.In.
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WfoACTllartforr "' .. 'ferpet
: .Minmakvr. K:(hP flUMonmakor addition to bcinjj conservative in my own business, I am at heart
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.krr iWothrHhuman. Conservationist member of the IzaokVohon League 'Ilic
Make Your Selection Now I Nile, W a true ; being a ,

-' Hlon, hand l n, I Audubon Society The Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association and serving
from 16 New Albums at.war/. Jerk E.a ,
..it.n. Iwvll on the Hoard of Directors. of the American Forest Products Associa

the Oddity Shop I Taylor.: john:. IWth r.Thempano tion. Presently, as a hobby, I operate an 'experimental tree farm; growing }

Vow Vestarrsr.a," lewis and replanting trees to replace for future generations, the millions

OSCEOLA AVENUE I Wihuin" ""'-11.. ftwln of feet of timber J f have been Instrumental in removing.
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wriest: fw>n l4rWrlcht.
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Success! to till of you.
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We can serve yon today i fU*.U Mat
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BETTER THAN EVERY Ci *.rk tine. Vclma Pearl, ILTntt stand I am not influenced by the salary. My expenses! no doubt will

r....h.. avda equal this amount.

Stall 104 Ullukbwd
corner drug store of today b a far try from he eM ewer. C. Ur. 1 toy. t44 ants are a IKHKD M .U-.ljr. mirte. a

apothecary shop Now la riMfe "isJrsde" drag, a w.. J.nait Jaadaa rs.'. ZmeKass. la_ ..H4 .*..nit.. *the .fcur. IIU OtlU FALLS I Mini I
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variety of un-Ic.. and ronvetiietKe are avaBaM to jwa at Waite. I,
1 Kllr.ibe. !iieeftrA
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LA THE >1TilART (F1..s N'E'WS Thasrvdy' (ktober I, 1"-1 REDEEMER LUTHERANThe FIRST METHODISTStuart

1 I new wonhip schedule begins I
next Sunday Service are at Wednesday Sept 30(): 7 p.m..
> and 10-30: a-m. Holy Communionwill Junior Choir organuationeJ meet
be celebrated on the tecoad= hog m the uictuary Boy and
Sunday of each month<< in the 10-30: gM. m grade three to MX may
service, and on the second ad .enroll At bait one parent should
'fourth Sunday J in the. 8 ocloek Mead. with each child. 7:30 p m.
lervice. I dunce Choir rehearsal! board
Adult Bible. che and 51mdey .,,: < ,
school continue at 9:15 amt The 1'OOaI.nunday, Oct I: 7:30: pmWMeyan .. q

_. __ .. __ following new Sunday school t. cII- Service Guild meets at ) .
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sessions tU E. B. Horton.
era will barn their home of Mr .
r"ye1c
COMMUMTVJCMMW t LMItD: CHURCH Of CHRIST Sunday: MM Linda Borden Mr. Friday, Oct. 2: 10 am worn :,F.4
Beach (Congregational Palm City; ) Ruby Makton. Mr. Karin Milk, en.1 study and prayer group meet
and Mr. Karin Worden. old church
at
Regular Service. SundaY. warship Church school 9:45: ajn, Jud
Each Sunday at 9 a.m. Oct 4: World-wide Communion : -
service, 9:JO ..m. and Sun- ton Minear. superintendent, with morning Sunday
Thi I the Life" can plu special candlelight
program service
whooi 9-30
day am. Thursday classes for all .
age* Moraine war-
be viewed oo Channel 4. Communion service' at
beginmeg OeL 15, mot-wetk service stop. at I 11 I with the Rev William
1 Thor coming Sunday on Chan 7:30 p.m. 6 p m? Youth Choir, reburial -
Wikon
p.m.; Wednesday *ewor bringing the .
meuageWomen nel 4 10 the M.Y.F. church:
7 at a.m. oo "Lamp room new .
choir JO
practice, : m and !
p junior
Fellowship Wednenesday *- feet" ,F at the
6-JO Unto My rclipou program 7 pjn, M Y meet new
choir practice, : p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m to 3 p.m. Bring Faith Forward 7:30 .
Lutheran m
beginning Oct 4, Youth FeUlowship : the project church, middle building; : p ?
sadwi.heaPrayer
in Chicago, the "Lbenezcr candlelight Communion in the
6;JO pra.Ateohouct meeting Friday, 10 am. Story," will l be featured. sanctuary At the morning services I
Anonymous, .;30 p.m. at the borne of Mr*. clarence Ut- "God' Acceptance" will be the the Rev Allan R. Stuart will preachon
each Wednesday in the Sunday ley topic of Dr Otwald Hoffmann the topic The Power of An t ''S + G
school: meeting room. Young people will have a beach metMge on the Lutheran Hour Idea" At the evening service till '
Monthly meeting: official board party Sunday, I pjn., with a "rotation unday at 7:35 on WSTU sermon topic will be "Who Gave
third Tuesday 7: ; ladies' dinner" following at 6 p.m. Every Tuesday evening the Himself For Ui:'
Aid Circle fourth Wednesday, 1:30pm Regular board meeting Wctlnes- pattor Belle clan I J. held at 7:30: Monday, Oct, 5: 7 ajn Men' ,
.; Friendship Circle, fourth. day, Oct 7 at 1:30: pm. clock. On Wednesday eveninga Prayer Group at the sanctuary; Sam r -l lii
Tuesday, ( Friday; Went Brother. Bible class! on "Old Testament ., cotnmiMion, on stewardship
hood third 6-30: '.11I. FIRST CIllRCIf OP a WIST Hi.tory" will be conducted loreiht and finance meets at church office t d :
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M.IENIIVT week b r Pastor Donald Tuesday, Oct f> 9:10( a.m., Johanna :4L_ ; : ;
ST. MARVS EPISCOPAL ,
East Ocean Blvd, Stuart Schroeder Circle meets at home of Mrs. ,
Wednesday- Sept 30 6:30: pm Lesson-sermon subject, O 1. 4: nestay. l Isabelle Taylor; 2 pm. Esther
parish" tupperThursday 'Unreality The lint acolyte retreat for all Circle meet at home of Mr*. 1.

Oct 1: 7:30: a.m.. Sunday school: llam l Nunery acolyte of Redeemer, both old J, Richard on Dyer Drive. w
Eucharist 10 and new, i II being planned for thi
Holy ; arm. Holy provided.
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coming Saturday beginning at I 1:30: 1RLM rV b1E'111UDISr m ieah
LucWut: : ; 10:30: a.m., study group Wednesday Testimonial meeting,
ot Episcopal Churcbwomcn meets i pm. pm All acolyte are to meet at Arch Street, Jensen Beach
in the cloivtcrFriday. l Reading Room: 282 ITagler Ave the church from (there they will Oct I: Choir practice. 7,10 p.m,
Oct 2: 7 p.m., the Cpiv nue: Year round hours, Monday go to the home of Mr and Mrs.William : Oct 3: Chairmen of all com
copal Churchmen of the Palm I through Saturday, to a.m. to 3 p.m. BuMcrt on Sewall, Point Oct, 4: Sunday c boo I. 94)a :
Beach Deanery will have cupper Christian Science radio program, The retreat will end with a cook .m., worship, World-wide Communion
and meeting at Holy Trinity Par- The Bible Speak to You may out and vesper at 6 p.m. 11 a.m.; WSCS.; 730:
WI Went Palm Beach. Call Father be heard over WSTU, Stuart, 1450 The church I I. open every day
Smith to make reservation. kc. at 7:15: p.m. Monday. from 9 I.m. to 5 p.m. for meditation pmOct. 5: Official board 8 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 3: 10 a.m. junior Topic for Oct 5: "Where CanI and prayer missions to meet at church for intftxluction .
Choir reheanal in the Sunday Find Justicer to membership! claw
school room. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN at 10:30: am
Sunday, Oct 4: 7 JO 'a.m., Holy RIO BAPim Fine Lake Dr. N. River Shore

Eucharist; 9 a.m., morning prayer: The annual church l letter to the 9 a.m., Sunday church school, FIRST BAPIIST
and Sunday school: Ham I ., Holy
aMociatioa: will be presented during classes for all age, 10 a.m., morning Stuart first federal
Eucharist and! sermon,
the brief special-called! busl- worship service, World-wide Wednesday evening at 6 the
Oct 5 7:30
Monday, : : ,
p.m. Communion. Reception of
nets meeting/ Wednesday at 745: new Training Union Council meeting
vestry meeting Oct 6 7:30 p.m. The Church Choir will practice member. 6:30: p.m., High School and covered dish supper will beheld
Wednesday, : : ,
Senior Choir rehearsal p.m. at 8:30 p.m. 'rehearsal:: p.m., High SchoolChoir in the church basement when
The ladle of the Lenora Taylor plan for the new church year
SALERNO SOUTf/ILRN Circle will meet at the home of Mr*. Oct 5, 7:30 p.m., session meet- will I be made The mid-week\ prayer
SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
W. E. Abram on Ocean Boulevard In,. service will be held at 7:30 in &
Mll1'OIJlS"fCbolr !: In Stuart on Thursday at 10 Circle I will meet on Tuesday, the church tIII tuary. The Chancel '\' .
practice will start at 7 ..m. The Verna Abram Circle Oct. 6, at 2:30: p.m. et the homeof end Youth Choir will rehearseat
o'clock Wednesday night The will meet at the home of Mr*. Ed Mr. Roger Paine, St. Lucie 8:1':
hour of prayer will follow at 7:30 Surges on fifth Street in Stuartat Crescent Thursday evening at LaineRinter
with a continuation of the study 730: p.m. Circle 4 meet Tuesday, Oct. 6 will be bout to :deaconsat H. '
In personal evangelism All Sunday Sunday school: begin at 945t : at 9:30 aim. at the home of Mr. a Kipper meeting at Bye Restaurant
Khool teachers and helper will .m. with a claw of Bible itudy for Mabel Hancock, Pelican Cove, The Friendship Sunday '
meet at the church Thursday every age The Ordinance o f the Palm City, school 'clas will meet at 8 Thun Is Proud to
flight at 7:30( for the quarterly Lord Supper will be observed day evening at the home of Mr*.
teacher workshop" during the worship service at II. JFHOVAH'S WITNF.S8M Vernon Skelton. The JOY clan
The Sunday morning worship Training, Union begin" at 6:30: Kingdom Hall Brilt. Road will meet at 7:45 .at the home of
service will start at 9:30. Sunday pm The adult unions will be Theocratic Mr. Sadie Det oach.
school will follow at 10:''. Sup- studying, "How To Visit" during School: p.m., The Mettle Boggest group will
Ministry : ; 830: service -
erlnlendent WIn.( t 0 It Woodson i October The pastor will lead the theme pm in have a class meeting at the homeof
urge all "to"' grow with the Sun- congregation In study of the Epi. Declaring meeting the Everlasting: Diligent Good a member Friday evening at Extend Their Hand
day Khool Hpworth:! league will
tie to the Roman during the wor- New," 745:
begin at 6:30: p.m, There 1 la a class ship service at 7:45. A nursery discourse At both the 8:30: and 11 o'clock
Sunday, 4pm public
for .very age group The evening I II provided for infant during nil by II D Raulcnon. title "How worship services Sunday morning,
workhto! orvicee will bcal'lat of lie/ service Did "' Rev ForreU H. Watkuw will ..-k ,
5:15pMi"
Man Gel tit Bible
7:30. There In I nursery provided! The Church: Council will meet I Bible study* with aid :of I on the subject IxJ By The Spir IN .-
for the infants during the Mrvicei Monday, 7:M p.m. at the church Watchlower, theme: "Let the Spirit It" At the evening worship hour 1
The men'atvangchatio team will to work on a proponed" calendarof .1 fruitage Make Over Your his message will be "(lad. Angels,
moot at the church on Tuesday church activities for the coming Personality" and You Sunday school for all (tI
night at 730.: yearVoters, 7:30 Bible ages I I. held each Sunday morning
__ Tuesday : ,
-- p.m. study
theme: "the Desolating/ of ZionAssemblies at 9:45 under the 'leadership of I '
lame Rinker. The 1 raining Union
for field ministry,
meet each Sunday evening at 6:30: ;
WELCOMETO
Saturday and Sundays, 9U: I.m.
under the leadership of Mr. Paul
Of
ALL SAINTS'IPISCOPAL: Comb
: Jenaea Beach Monday afternoon at 3:30: the .
t'1 Girls' Auxiliaries and Sunbeam
Thunday, Oct. 1: 10 a.m., Holy will meet at the church.
: Communion, St. Jerome Inten The Cherub Choir will begin
MARTIN tion: 'More UN of the Holy I rehearsal Tuesday. afternoon' at
*." Holy Unction follow 3U: under the leadership of Mrs.
Friday, Oct 2: 6 *m., Requiem Milton Duncan. This i III for children '
&COUNTY Holy Communion Mention: 'For age tlii, seven and eight The'
the Departed 7pm., men'* deanery Carol C hoir will also meet for rehearsal GOV. BRYANT
meeting at Holy Trinity in Went Tuesday afternoon at 3:15:
Palm Beach Make reservations. under the leadership of Mr*. Bill ,
.. Saturday Oct 3: CJ a.m. bake Rogers 'llils i b for children age
tale, Jensen Beach Bank Ifotttcn- nine to twelve.
lei: Mr*. C', Houg and Mr*. Stephen
Are you satisfied"" with the Democratic management of .' 5.6 p.m., Sacrament of Pen I sr. JOSr."PiitIlOUC' alsoWe

your County ance.Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity The weekday Masses Monday

IX you like the way the office of Supervlwir. of Keghfra : 7.30: a.m., Holy Communion; through Thursday will be at 8:30a
lion I Ie handled .m.; on Friday at 8:10 aim and
9 school a,m.,;Family II am Communion, Holy Communion church. 6 p.m., and on Saturday at 7:30: feel a certain amount of pride in the dedication of US 1 since

1K you believe thai. Martin County would progress In a and sermon am,

were more" In JUKI operation, tinMirlliil| hen and? efficient roamer It a two-party. system Monday meeting.Tuenday, .Oct. St: 7:30 p.m., sew first Friday Friday ot of this the week month will; Masse be the we were one of the first to break ground on its new boundaries.We .

try wilt be at 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. .
Oct 6 7
: int., Holy
Do you believe thai no special group or party should .he Communion, William TynJale I Confessions will be heard Thun : have a sincere trust in the future growth and development of
day from 4:30 to 5:30 and from .
all powtrf| that power tends to corrupt, aDd absolute (priest). Intention: Love of the : .

power corrupts' absolutely! wor'h.Holy >Scripture p. 7:30()"p.l 1pm m.. St.., bazaar Ann 7:30 School to 8 of: religion for high school 1 ',::?:<\, Martin County and we hope you share with us this trust.

Have you' ever heard anyone say hut' be muni register ail Guild meeting Hostesses: Mr*. A. students "Is being held every Monday : .
a ) niomt hi order to hold. lobe business, obtain work, or I rary and. Mr. C Wilber, from 7 to 8 pan and for elementary .

maintain. hilt Job osnoiA'RUT Saturday from school; 9:30(student to II am.every :;: .: ;i .. For your'' future, plan now a saving :

I* Idle not MI admUlon of I'FARTn. MHJ1IIUIN: MElllODLSr lite St. Joseph Guild and the ,. f "
Confraternity of Christian Mothen 1 ; "' "... ": ,. .-.r.S;' that will f from to
: grow
.,. b NO RXM( : In AMERICAN t Kit DOM! for FEARI! A shower will be given in. the will receive Holy Communionat 1, 'r 9 "r.\'. program year :;
church at 7:45 p.m. this. Thursday the 7 a.m. Mas on Sunday and ph: : ,
I)o you believe that the Ret:>tr r should Influence therrtktrmit In honor of Harriet Sims. All ladies their regular monthly meeting will ;f .,. 't i:,f I.J: year just as this area has. A Savings
ae 'to which party be should favor Did aomclblnf of the church are Invited. be held Tuesday Oct: 6, at 7:45 I.5, "st y, '
like Ihb ever happen to your Sunday school will be held this p.m, in the church. ,, P 'Plan added! to every payday! can insure
Sunday at 9:45. Sunday school The Holy Name society: will hold --
Dont you think It .b about lime, after 27 years mouopnly Rally Day I is scheduled for Sun Its regular monthly meeting on : ; ;': : }; :. without
of Ihb office, to have a Ktpublkw luke. over aa ,SupmUor "day. Oct 11 We urge all to at.knot Thursday! Oct 8, at 7:45 p,m. I ... .,. you of f a future financial. worry- ,
of KegklratlooTIf ;:} this Sunday a* we will attemptto Choir rehearsal practice I I. at ;: \ I ,; .

break our old Sunday school 7:30 every Wednesday at the ; ,,'- : giving you freedom to enjoy what you
M, promote the 'Iwo-party. u),ttm (In Martin County by record. tn': ,,11. ,

sting for Ml the Krpubllcan .(CnnJWutt| -- and for' GWv The path will speak on ibis Ihe Indies of t the St. Joseph ; have worked so hard to build.
II. AUnripird that of the Holy Communion male their s
ae youe Supervisor of MrgklnilkMi knowing Mibjecl Parish will annual retreat *
c/fke wU tea be In capabl, drpmduliU and efficient ....... at the 11 a m. service this Stindaynuxnmg. on the weekend Nov, 6-8 i .! R l,
The Lord Supper 11lalhO Catholic and! non-Catholic are
be observed. Invited to attend. .Anyone wishing.
GLADYS H.ALMEGORD PaMor office hour, are held ti> attend may call Mr*. Kubin
each Wednesday from to 4. The 287-1702 or Mr*. Sehralwieter.!
' pastor may be seen at other times 287-4558, or contact Mrs George. %
by appointment Ruclius 8 A. Street Martin 4
A Sunday school tcachen and Mobile Home Pork, Stuart
officer meeting will be held on -- -
FORSUPERVISOR rhurwlay, Oct i. All teacher" and The earth total) land area i*
officer are asked. to be present about 36,8"'O.OI.I< ( >0( acre. DIVIDED RATE '
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Political Ad paid for by Gladys Almrgonl II I BARBARA BETTYE HtTtTIXRICimOMSTl ILkRDWICKt Closed Saturday STUART. rLORID,5'L44LJ( tJi/4(1 leI ( {lttIIf




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., isle STUART TlorMa) NEWS Tlmwday, October, I, 1964 1-8

Illeherlow SOCIAL N wsl High School PTA I j Dessert Card Party Is Set 1



at'useum Office: AT 7-1550 MARY LINDSAY. So".n Editor First Meet Oct. 8 I By Woman Club October 7 1

I The first! meeting of the Martin There will be only four meetings The Woman's Club of Stuart man of this event and will be as-
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,' (.mint} Senior High School Parint tor IN I9M-65 year with a will hold a dessert-card party on tinted by Mrs. C. E. Reynolds Mit.I. .
Te.icher: Aseudiwon will betuut Dec. 8 program 0 n "Teen-ngc Wednesday. Oct. 1 at 1 p.m. at E. Book. Mrs I. Taylor. Mrs,
on Out. 8 at 8 the
Thursday p.m. clubhouse.
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Drinking.The Hugh Oawn and Mrs Ethel Wiegand. -
wish a "Back to School Night"when Mrs. J. M. it chair- .
next art exhibi > be hewn them for the will be HellpenMell
I the parent wilt have an opportunity year
Elliott Muse-ji ,will be } to visit each class! andme "Don't Point a Finger, Lend! a Table and door prizes will be
an exhibit by J. P KclJ.herpt. : "
Helping Hand. awarded. Advance reservations can
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t the teachers.
29 to Oct t 25. j I i This type of meeting has been The off tern are: president Mrs Ladies' tixiliary be made by calling Mrs. Hcllpen-
,:(W ph?! P. Kelleher was born in well attended in the past It is hoped W. L. 8ri1.toolIce; president Mrs. Of VFW Met in steal AT 7-1569 or Mrs. Gawa,
WIs. Feb. 10. 1907 In'i AT 7-1051.
fIlfvllIe. that many parents will again Charles T. Hall; secretary, M ra.
teed in art throughout school come out to go through their chil: W illard Brady and treasurer. Mrs. Hibiscus Park This CArd party is the first in
hepouk a position in a department' dren' school routine. Irving Handy. a series of six such events whichwill
Aitocajas assistant! display manager I I Members: of the Ladies Auxiliary : I be held during the season at
I JVanJUiow card writer for four years. y to the: Veteran! of Foreign the Woman's Club.! Mrs.1 Peter
11!1'Was! ': a commercial and pictorial Women's Hospital AuxiliaryWill Wars met at the home of Mrs. Cecilio general Chairman of the
i//artist/ at an art shop for eighteen Jean Moran, Hibiscus Park to ways and mean department! sponsoring
( Two of make!. kit and scuffs
y years.: years private portrait bags slipper these parties
;'4and' life winter classes followed and Hear Dr. Duane Stemle for the Veterans Hospital in Coral!
; for fourteen years he was proprietitorfof {liable
It. Kellehcr Studio of Art in TABUlo'l ROCP;
Member; attending were: President -
r, Jlane ville. Wis. r I Ire The first meeting of the season Ic Hospital Cleveland. Ohio, priorto Jennie Smith. Mrs Edith MEETS: rJ'dSIH:
Ho taught private portrait andJaDdscapc of the Women's Auxiliary of the coming to Stuart. Carlstrom Mrs. Margaret Kahn, T he Tuhcbuut iroup ol the burden -
classes for twelve winters '\," Martin Memorial Hospital will be Dr. Stemle is a member of the Mrs. Vicki: Prosk Mrs. Susan Bolt. Club of !Stuart will meet! at
and was a free lance artist 1955-62, on Monday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. in Tri-County Medical Society FlorIdii Sin Helen Magarine Mrs. Renee the home of Mrs Philip Williams
Illustrating for brochures and mail- 6A ,ll r the community i room at the FirstNational Medical Association: American Burro,, and l Mrs Grace Hall. Overlook Drive Wednesday.. Oct
Ing pieces. He painted several 'I': 'r' Bank Medical Association: and American Others assisting were Mrs Ethel 7 at 9:30: aim Assisting! t Mrs Williams -
murals in churches and clubs, .1tM' "". (. -' Dr. Duane Sterile, radiologist College of Radiology. He .is nmr- Austin, MrR, <>w Carr, Sirs will be: Sin Ronald Alii-
painted commissioned portraits and '.' 1"o.'r; ., It'f. at the Martin Memorial Hospital, ried and has five children Marie (irecfo and Mrs. Elsie win, and Sirs H. H. ilipnon Jr.
I landscapes! and exhibited; in art 'F': _. will be guest speaker. His subject: Mrs F. L. Heist vice president, M.eI'rehlllcntera' 8'1I'th'l Mrs. C M. Walker will speak on
I shows throughout Wisconsin and will be I "Medicare Under Social: will Airs Mrs. and Mrs. Bolt table settings
.....1' preside as Karl Stone-" Moran___ ___ nn.____
for
Illinois many yean. Security. burner is vacationing in Europe.
r. and Mrs. Kelleher were win "'.. \f"f. :<(" Dr, Simile received his A B. Among projects to be discussedwill
ter residents of Martin County for ,...... 'ji L.... degree from University of Indiana be "the ChrtsunaaTree i Lane.: ROLAND G. LUEDER
'six years prior to opening the Art and an M.D. degree from Indiana!
Mart of Rio three years ago when SECRETARIES' OFFICERS are Midge. Tracy, parlimentarlan; Barbara Lindscy president; Margaret University School of Medicine. He I{.',':' > '"
they became residents of Florida. Newman, co-chairman of the workshop and Marjorie Champlin. corresponding secretary The PiCture interned at Orange Memorial Hospital Mrs. '
was made during the all-day workshop conducted by the Stuart Chapter, National Associationof I in Orlando, and ho wan resident Boyd t
radiologist at Cleveland ('Im- N1l Sww
Notes from Secretaries. it Q

tvs/ Marina Again Heads

were slim pickings this National Secretaries Workshop'' history Croup Food Group i I
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Films/
week as far as out-of-state tourists Showing

couple were from concerned New Jersey when but stayed one The Martin Cvunly Historical The Martin County Food Association \ '
.Langford Villas. ', Was Big Success Here Saturday Society will present a series of held its first meeting of ( i:
MAil other guests.both from the three, films at the Elliott: Museum the new term in the Junior High "
'; Villas and Langford Marina rell'Wer. I Wednesday night, Sept. 30 at 8 : School: cafeteria Thursday, Sept
t according to Perry Kirk The Stuart Chapter of the National mayor of Stuart Ray Cooke A I tact Mrs. Catherine Bear FInn p.m. Admission Is free but dona-I 24 at J p.m.Fourteen :>' //moWIUDOM 7.lA
manager were Floridians Secretaries Association (International response was given by the Stuart; da Division secretary NSA. lions arc accepted.The member were (present T
The i sole "snow-birds" were Mr. ) was host club at a : Chapter NSA President Mrs. Barbara The afternoon session was opened three films are "Wings ofScandinavia. I representing all the school STUART t *& zm
and Mrs. H. L. Prickett of Forked workshop held Saturday, Sept 26 Ann Ljndscy. by Ronny Nelson presidentof i ." a tour'Jof Norway, cafeteria I in the county except .... ., .':1 .i
River N. J. Other Villa guests included at the Stuart Woman's Club. This Speakers in the Stuart Chamber Commerce.. Sweden, Finland, Denmark; I I lithe I Sound.Mrs YOU WANT It SEUiens want to dkplay this sign oa your
I D. Roberts and Al J. Cone event marked the third birthdayfor ed Mrs. Perley Noll ramified professional Ernest t Lyons, editor of The Stuart "lilcs of the Caribbean. depictingscenes Gertrude Boyd was reelected property 111 gel logrthrr. Unling are nettled on small and
I both of West Palm Beach; Mr. and the kCal chapter and members secretary who gave a of the !Leeward and Windward to the office of president.
and bust
waitrfro
reskiential l properties,
tracts
I Mrs. John. Owen Miami Beach; combined the chapter's birthday talk on the CPS program, Stephen News, then gave a talk on the Island" ., settled 2UO( years ago Others levied were president-elect.:' large acreage
I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rinck. Miami; with the fiftieth anniversary of Schmidt, who talked. on the J 1914 "Old Town of Stuart" for which by the English: Spanish, French: and Sirs Lucille Howard; treasurer mess properties. Call us for full time, qualified, real estate
[and B. A. McCown, Orlando. Stuart to carry out the theme "The secretary and Mrs., Elsie McConnell he received' suimnng ovation. Dutch"; 'and "Reuchmg: for the Mrs. Georgian* KraniU; recording swim giselahMtt,
Key to Knowledge Then and Division Future Secretaries Stars. a story of man's boundless secretary Mrs Emma M -<'uo.
Marina guests this past week Representative William Owens
gave quest for knowledge of the secretsof ROLAND G. LUEDER Realtor
eluded Robert S. Mihesell Pom- Now, Association chairman, who talkedon a talk on what he would look for The association: will entertain ,
pano Beach on the "Hadisway Registration, began at 9 a.m., the f'SA program in a secretary today.Approdmllf4ly space the Seventh Rek>nul District; meeting
IIII;" G. F. Armbrustcr, Jupiter, followed by a coffee and doughnut During the morning session! an 150 I attended of the Florida Stale Fund Association
Gray Gull;" break. Exhibits from six different electric razor was given away by This i i. the first workshop, the local of the local chapter for Informa on Nov. 21. Committees
Edwin N. Belclor III Miami companies were viewed.At one of the exhibitor chapter has sponsored! and it tion. will be appointed and plans discussed ((8
it a later m 'Clin,.
'Oncemore; Harold Johnston 10:30: the morning session A smorgasbord dinner was heldat I was a tremendous success. The Monthly meetings are held on
[Melbourne "Rouge;" Mr. and began with an invocation by Rev noon. Door prizes from local local chapter has many plans for the fourth Monday of each month Mr. and Mrs.;: : Peter I. SimarJ
Mrs."Virgil Waite, Naples, "Dory Durward Knight Jr. and welcomes I merchants were handed out during the coming year and! secretaries at 7:3t: p.m. in the Committee of have returned to Hibiscus. Park 71* Cukimdn Avenue. !Stuart' Dial 217-1456.
ann; and C. T. Norton, Cocoa j from Martin County Commission this time. The Stuart Chapter I interested in becoming better secretaries 100 office on West Ocean Boule Stuart, from Croton (On Hudson) Member" Multiple IJklhig. Sinks
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f 2-8 mE STUART (F1a.) NEWS Thtmda", Ortobtor I, 1964 ..... .......,..., ... ..! \ PTA HOLDS FIRST ...-....-- ..........,. ENTERTAIN GUESTS

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Kim CRUSADE ance, An average of thirty-eight Palm City NewsMRS. The first meeting of the Palm I .... Mr and Mrs Myrlen Mead and
ENDED FRIpAY attended each night.Jttv City Pajtnt Teacher Association! ; /'f' 'k : I Mrs Let Williams had as (her
The Kfah Crime wfeth began frlor Bruoe of Winter ANITA WHITE, was held Sept 1) in the iafu irmm 'I 4 t' ''l.1'1'V' guettt over the weekend. guests

at the Anwnbiy of God Church Haves conducted the eruande.Fttda Correspondent of the school Mrs Officers. Wilma'lortfce ,i' ) A I and members of the Rdisiipp

lrladig' M. 21 did. dtmtMudWat U..* !Mt alga! t M the Telephone 28t- M2MW o..tlanein pew year, pr aident are: MK. Velma 1 1 I wedding party they are all old
taitgqugh PMAy: weliatterid. meeting bavki was elected A- Highee vice president: Mrs Dor I friends end'' rteigHMw ef Mrt. Wll
... King MaNIa Damei Queen : MIMSfER IS! CALLED Van Tulnen. secretaryMtc.: i. C hat r hams and the Meads back In Ohio
were utaty-ooe regimercd, After the meeting refrenhftteMA lene Minear. treasurer; Mrs Jean I Supper was served to twentyoneat
Re.9 perfect attend- were Ilerve4. Sunday Sept. 21, by Unanimous McChing room mother chairman: I the Mead home SUnday night
.. .:. vote, a call was extended to Rev Mrs. Haul Daniel devotional, following the weddmg. Mr. ttil j!
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W. E. Wilton Fort Myen. to be- Mrt Joanne Watts, membership: I hams Wit co-hostess with thi
dome! pastor of the United ChUrchOf chairman; Mrs Evelyn Wall health Meads.
OifJHt (Congregational). Rev. chairman, and Mrs Billie Leach. -
Wiltons wife Virginia, is a teacher publicity. PERSONALS
.. hi the Palm City school Chap. A report was made on the educational .
tr Mgt I R Gary Peters, also of Fort program held at the new i \ I' Bruce Beaty. Miramar. grandson
will N with school Sept. 21 with of the Frank P. Graus!, won
Myers an associate high Monday ''
station
Rev. Wihon Chaplain Peters will Mrs Wall Mrs Highee. Mrs Me- :: : a 65 Mustang via WQAM
have charge of the Inmate-Out Clung Mrs. Minear and Mrs ,. \, Miami, last week.
program and alcoholism Challancin attending Ways and I Mrs Maxine Foe Cast!, W.I I r
They are buoy moving into the means of the forthcoming Halloween # : \ Va. arrived Sunday for a visit with
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next to the church oh carnival to be held at the ; the FUiyd Moorcs.
parsonage
East Ninth Street, and can be school were: discussed! : 'r. I
All of children in this : I The service; Friday i I
prayer
reached AT 71116. parents cottage
ALLSTATEfor by calling
The extends school are asked tr donate one 1" .b .t'\\.t'i. 4"t ; d Oct. 2, will be held at the ,
a hearty "
community Stamp book: each! They can be home of the Clarence Utley's oh
welcome.
T.V., Merchants. Gold Bond S & ; f.: I I Loop Rdad Those wishing tranvI
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY H or Plaid; they must be at the I portal ion meet at the home of Mrs
protection school not later than Oct. 1 15 Theseare Leona Smith before 10 am.
Mr and Mrs Robert Garner to be used for ?the Halloween 'ft
held a surprise dinner Sunday, carnival 'ft I Mrs. Hannah Teppe it a patientIn
I Sept. 27 honoring Mrs Mane. Don toss away usable items as t Martin Memorial Hospital
Tllton of Hobe Sound, Mrs. Gar the PTA is looking for items for 4 ? Mrs Bernice Stevens, Seventhand
ner's sister The birthday cake the country store, t of ;' Feroe, entered the hospital
.r ti was baked by daughter-in-law Mrs. Mrs Chartcey s fourth grade won '
.... 1. Clement Tilton She received many the room count by having the most f of :.: :,; :.: TuesdayMr .
lovely glfttGuests mothers present. I it'r"''''"''\ I. '''.4':.1 and Mrt. Q. Knight have
were: Mrt W. H Smith, Mr ,Cnancey. the principal, reported '' 1-1.fi I returned 14 Jesup, (Ia., after spending .
;, M Mrs. Roger Spiccr. Mrt Ted Per that we have a new figureof '} I, .i a few days visiting Mr. and
'1Jf. rich, Herman Lesman. Mr. and 201 enrollment compared to I Mrs B. H. Lane and Mr and Mrs.
Mrs Fred Rogers, children Beverly last years 169 I :;; Walter Moorby in Sewalls Point
and Ricky, Mr and Mrs, R. The following delegates were I
f L. Minnehan, Stuart; Mr in d appointed\ attend Ihe Bi-County Junior_ Club Has
i \\Vhat Mrs Foy E. Scott Sr., Mr. Scott Council meeting at Indiahtown on
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of insurance was celebrating his birthday also; Oct. 19: Mrs Challancin, Mrt Guns ,LectureThe
I Mr 'and George E. Spicer Daniel. Mrs. Watts, Mrs Elaine
,. dd ydu need? Check here: and Mr JsM Clement Tilton Cokee, Mrs. Highee and Mrs. Me- I Junior Conservation club

and daughter, Dltti. Hobe Sound. Clung held its regular Tuesday meeting
( ) Life( ( ) flUsirless I II I at 7:30 p,m. at the Stuart Youth
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( ) Hortiedwners. ( ) ttedtth Hart's Mobile Home Specials! I '. .\' ,,' ?.. '.4\.,1'' ...,... I Qutfst speaker was officer Billy

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-I,:' 1964 Crossland 10' x 51' New. $5450. '" High point of the evening

.' ( ) Sick IV., 1958 Villa 8' x 35' . . . $142S. j; came when he passed around an

1 then glvg! me a call, find let' gd bvet 1your bcneflti( 1953 Stewart 8' x 25' . . $ 550. "" boys'unloaded inspection.tear-gas Of gun the for fourteen the

and compare the rates( you're paying with the ratet you'det 1958 Reliance 8' x 27' e . Of'. $ 900. .. t 1 i""fi ,. boys present only end! handled the
:.;| at AlUtatc. Hcret where you can find one.DOB : gun properly and did not point it
1958 Marlette 10'x46' ,, .', .,. $2450. MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE UPPS at anyone. Officer Chase ore tight
ALSO out the point that most gun accidents -
COOK Sharon Ross and Lawrence R.
Fay Lipps occur with "unloaded 8un,."
18' Holiday Runabout, 76" beam 75 IIP <7Cfl
When he next around
$53 Federal Highway, take Park, llome Phone 746-3809 Johnson Electric plus Extra .. .. .,. ..................,... I OUHAWS unloaded police passed revolver, the wea an
United in Marriage in Rites on SundaySharon .
,You're In good hand with pon was handled properly by all
Of special Interest to the club
MOBILE HOME Sales Fay R6s and Lawrence and Mrs. Lamar Tatum, Clewlx- Jefferson. Ohio, where the couplewill wat the information that it Is
LLST Ai E << INSURANCE Richard Lpp! were united in marriage ton; Mrs Bernice Petrie, !New I spend their honeymoon, consisted against the law for boys under

1U1..... IMUNMM : OlflcMi ........ 111. 800 South Federal Highway Dial 217-0670 with a double ring ceremonyon Lyme OhiO; Dean Hodge, Jefferson I of a blue and white checked I sixteen! to handle BB guns withoutthe
c-.r::.... kr *..raH In Stuart Center Sunday, Sept. 21 at the Attembly Ohio; Denny Eastluke, And- : suit with white accessories and the I supervision of an adult It I Is
--- .. Shopping of God oav': the over, Ohio; Mr and Mrs. Leonard orchid from her bouquet After against! the law for BB guns to be
Rev J. E. c offloating. Lipps, parents of the bridegroom, Oct. 5, the couple will be at home shot in the city limits.
Jefferson, Ohio; Mrs Jim Banum, on Merritt Island.
'I-i. COME CELEBRATE FRANK'S TV The bride Is the daughter of. Lake Worth; Mr and Mrs. Howard She is a graduate of Martin The first all.round successful
Mr. and Mrs Daniel F. ROM, Bryant McMUlion. Kobe Sound; William County High School 1964. Lipps airplane was the Wright brothers'
, Avenue, Stuart. and the bridegroom Bells and Richard C Linne- U a graduate from Dcmmg High third, Flyer No 3, in t 90S. It
is the ion of Mr and Mrs born Key West, and Bonnie and School, New Lyme Ohio, and Ii featured independent control of
Leonard Lippt, Jefferson, Ohio. Barbara Knowles, Clewiston. I employed by Houdville Dureal the rudder and wing-warp, precursor -
i .: I The church was decorated with' The bride's outfit for travel to Company of Jacksonville.__ ___ ._ of the aileron
6.I. white mums and gladioli with a i -
I background of palms.MrfJtck. I
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I Fernandez was organist,
Given In marriage by )her fatgrcc
.I. the bride was attired in'* gown
I I111V of lace net over satin with long] HOW TO BECoMETHE
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IIIIIhu 11 II IIIIIII IVIII111V1 I I sleeves. The bodice was overset
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IU 1uu4VIIIQIIIIU ulVlnlll line. She wore a finger-tip yen WORLD'S FIRS'TRILLIONAIRE
: with seed pearls on the crown hold.
fPORTABE ing the veil Her bouquet wa of
? [ TV white mums centered with A white
orchid and she carried a white

Bible.
ate Sister of the bride, Mrs. Shirley
: Lynch was mald-of.honor. Her DEAR CITIZEN: "
drew was of pale yellow chiffon
over taffeta with a white embroidered Sonic people say "I'cUike to start saving but
.tMtRCA VICTOR bodice. The bridesmaids were "
: Linda Lippt, sister of the bridegroom what can you do with pennies?

[ of Jacksonville, and Mrs won't
Bonnie Gilmore of Tavares. Their First, take a. used coffee can. That cost
Morepe0ple0 ,
ALL CHANNEL. ; dresses were identical to that of anything. Today put in one penny. The next day, two.

5 d/6' R VICTORThan I.y I.. color the matron-of.honor' one pale aqua one except pale pink.for Put in four the next and eight the day after. Try this

tithe rTeleviei I All carnations.The tree carried. cascades of white for thirty days. Here's what you'll have:

/": 36'lute(overall dIag32I q,d.plcturs Black n,., flower' girl was Daneen Fay In ten days your coffee can will bulge with 1023
I, {i'' and te Lynch, niece of the bride. Her
dm wa white nylon over' white pennIes.
iorColor I i iMYIIyIIUIMi and lavender with I white accet.lories. hoard will
1. T. She carried a basket of In twenty days, your copper amoUntto

:; $ 1 2888 nNYWaawlttiBlllll 'I rose The petal ring bearer was Eldon Oil- over $10,000.00..

I : ,M.N.ATFae. more. Best man wat Dave Kad- In one month the, .U. S. Mint would hand you a
..,.ar.eae rlJT, Jefferson. Ohio Usher were
Larry Lipps, brother of the bride- check for over $10,000,000.00.
I. room, also of Jefferson. Ohio and
f' John Lynch Stuart, brother-m.law In two months, you could own the world or what.

of the bride. portion ten trillion dollars would buy-
ever
ftf.f.\ 10-RECORD ;N ,'9j Mr ROM mother of the bride

;.. ALBUM chose a dress of blue dacron with Bring your first coffee can full of pennies to The
\ ,, white accessories and a corsage of
i white carnation Mrs. Lip Citizens Federal. We'll help! you to become the irtorld'sfirst
4 j with your purchase mother of the bridegroom, wore Trillionaire but yoUr account can only be insuredfor
of any New 1985 pink chiffon over taffeta with I I
; ;= white accessories: and a white car. the first $10,000.00.
RCAVICTORconsole nation conage
Following the ceremony a re- SINCERELY YOURi
option was held at the church. CLYDE PLATTS
The table centerpiece was of mums
STEREOCLOCKRADIO and carnation*. A three-tiered ,'oJ".." EXECUITVEICE PRESIDENT
irnle's cake and punch were served ,
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IIy Mrt Evelyn Mancil and Judy :
Smith Delorn Smith was in charge .dr: ; s
of the 'gtie rwroatwanw ttrmo..rrowir guests were: Mr Savings 1 (77

r TO HOLD BEACH PARTY deposited by the t

VALUE! FREE GIFT! The Senior Youth Fellowship 4
: of the United' Church( ChristCongreiaiKHul 10th of Octoberearn

Just for listening ( ) wilt meet al !the
fromRCAVICTOR church Sunday Oct. 4 at ,1 p.m. from the 1st .
and looking ;: for transportation id,, the.beach A.twp-e YtaItJDlYwII PaW
: near Rands for a twin party.
'III ta tSP At 6 p m. they .will meet again SnaI11
It the church he.. will travel
$1695 =:= -Lf to the home of they Mrs. Bernard Aeeae.t. housed .p to S10,00I ky a* Ape*? .f Ute IMeral CoTenusnt
PLACE MATS ====. .... Klmke, Loop Road for arr tu-
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Thomas B. Wolfe. An American CITIZENS FEDERALSAVINGS
i- THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS Boulevard, for the salad. Then tohe
\: home of Mrs. Julia Lane
-.r. Michigan Avenue for the mate AND LOAN ASSN.

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4-B THE STUART G L) NEW Tbuixlay.. October 1, 1964 SON 10 SMITHSMr Eight and Forty ... ,.. ... 1_' ,// .,,.,. -t ......'..,.. ... four generation/ in their family Park mil Mrs Mvrtle p''
Lime Tree Drive Hibisuii I i'
Mr. and
and Mrs Ellsworth were
Kinpfey aUewiiflg
Others
Smith Jr. announce the birth of a Monthly Meeting PORT SALERNO NEWS Mrs Arthur Mclntot*. Mr. and this for their week. birthday anmvc ,
: son Robert URov on Wednes McIntosh Mr eat
Mr Done
SOCIETY NEWS day. Sept. 23, at Martin Memorial The Eight and Forty Salon No. !MRS. MARY BROWN, Correspondent AT 7-2996 Mrs Wtodell HiMon. and children. Our best wishes. for the "I'D,,

i w and Hospital Mr*. Kingktey OrandparvMs Ellsworth are!Smith Mr 64)Vero held Beach its monthly recently. meeting Chapeau in o ...1lrwrsple.._,'-.. w.-. ....... --.-_.......--_ Windy Cak and and Mrs Gregory Audley. of Md family Cable Road. Mi, ,
Mrs. Gertrude Mmnwm" Sweet Vero Beach; Mr. Park, are extended! on then '.
Sr.. Stuart. Mr. and
conducted: the meetings; sixteen PTA Meeting To FeatureA McIntosh: Fort Pierce: chit- ing hack to the home slate,1>iI \
partners were prc...... Mrs. Sylvester Clause York. We are sad on their I I,
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MEETINGThe drill Bruce Jay and COCOA but ,., ,
our urea arc looking! t
Dairy Council Executive in and the ladies Confraternity of St. Joseph of Christ Guild ports Committee and Mrs.chairmen E. J. Snyder gave and re Look In On HomeworkA Haruog Beach and; Mr.Tommy and Mrs of Dwight Fort to McDonald their future will he return returning MSI t!i t} z

ian Mother will open their monthly Mrs. Joseph Perl'weN' accepted Pierce tilt, and, Mn George Os- business with his ,
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Visit on Educational TourCarrying meeting 0 n Monday evening, aa new paiUMf R"--I' meeting of the Parent Teacher mothers in our school: have a ape- born Jr and children I Sharon, enlarged his operation ;
Oct. 5 at 745: pm. with prayersin menu were served 'by AnecfetiM of the Port Salerno elal invitation to attend if they Judith and Pamela of Port Salerno ----
the church.: Immediately following Reach: partner Elementary School will be held Robert McIntosh
stacks of health interested Mr. and Mrs.
Mr..Joanne eduftttKxvniattmls. Glades and Indian River cornrow, the Guild president' Mr*. The next meeting' will be in Port Thursday Oct I at 7:30: p.m. in are and; children Robert. John, and
Jack since these counties added Prow. the school The Adult Education program
were cafeteria Mrs.
Edward KimeXa, will conduct a Mr and
kecutvie director of the Susan Pahokee:
Council of South Florida, visited Dairy only a few months ago to the ] business meeting in the meeting Others attending from Stuart The program for this meeting has already started at the Port Salerno William McIntosh! and children. JIllJACK'S
Stuurt Wednesday and Thursday Dairy Councils territory I room. All ladies of St. Joseph Parish and Tsma Jensen, Mrs Beach. Hclga""t SpeU.Clara Mr Mae. will he" 'Looking In On Homework Elementary School with one Karen and Kenneth of Rockledge:
Sept. 2324. Thousands more pamphletstwo are invited Emma McCue and MM, Catherine I class in G.E.C. now In session on and Mr and Mrs. George WiSon!
The materials she brou ht were U-Haul trailers full'-already Carder. A warm welcome i il extended Tuesday and Thursday nights and children. Sandy, Sylvia Jenmfer -
health have been distributed (ORAL GARDENS for all parents to attend. Refresh- Michael, Mark and Kelly, of
education posters, information through 466 CARD PARrY Other classes: can: be started if GULPSTATION
I sheets and reference booklets schools in the ten South Florida' menu wiU be served enough interested adults wilt con- Fort Pierce.
which., had been requested by the counties in which the Dairy Council I A afaafd:: will :be e't the First National Bank in Stuart on A room mothers' meeting will tact Mr. Horton and name the Mr McIntosh has twenty-one
,,'eachcn, doctor and community now operates. Co Civic Tuesday Oct n at 8 pm. Mrs. be held Friday. Oct :2 at the homeof subject in which they are interested grandchildren and three great
iiilth leaders to whom In the community room of the il chairman. Mr*. Mary Brown Mimosa All Servl't Guaranteed
they were Mrs Jack is on an eight-county Madeline Franzone i : There must be an enrollment grandchildren
livered tour so that the can meet personally' Those attending. are Mod. to please! Drive, Hibiscus Park at 10 am of five to seven adults fora __ lack Saundenoa, Owner
'1< is a new service in Martin, with educators and others The plcment those already in t b.': bring their own cards: ; refreshments :All mother being room mothersare class to be started. OUT CHATS AlA Port Salerno AT 7-202H
L' loicle. Hendry. Okeech bee. materials she is distributing t sup- I schools will be served. asked to attend, and all new
----- --------- -- -- -- SURPRISE PARTY Mr and Mrs. Wesley and Marymmson
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have amveu mom -
ANDY TSIMAS
i: Great Lakes area near Syracuse, I '
A surprise"" birthday party was I N. Y,' Mrs Lamson is employed .
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L"I "An Respected Senator'r: : : Adams given for Andy Tsimaa Saturday at Big Ben Inn at Oneida Lake ,
Outstanding Highly
of State night at his home in Salerno Shorei. I .
Mf\j'\ '. ,' Those! present were Mr and Mrs A card party to be held Oct c;.
rit. .I) <.!"..!.. ,', GUI Babclulas. Juno Beach; Mr. 6 at the community room of the '
and Mrs. Paul Mahan and Mn First National Bank of Stuart at8pm Gnr MarineCu
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Grace Hall Hobe Sound; Mr and will be sponsored by the D.
V .; :"t ay MI t Mrs J. D Gray Mr. and Mn Coral Gardens Civic Association UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
SENIORITY KNOWLEDGE ACCOMPLISHMENT EXPERIENCE Bill Mothers, Mrs. Phil Pence Door and table prizes will be given Capt. Toley Engebretsea
Mary Ann Pence, Mr. and Mrs. Refreshments will\ be served and
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t : Bo Bevts, all of Stuart; Mn Mary everyone is welcome.
f' ..
Salerno .
AT tars?
Barnes and Mr and Mrs J P.
This Describes1RLO Wilbar Port Salerno; Tommy Sa- Best! ,wishes Mimosa to Mrs.Drive Rachael Hibiscus Anderson Shipyard l Ar sALERNn,.race'
vas, Jupiter; Mr and Mrs. Mike I
Fondo and children. Bud Clara
Cay, Joey and Michael Hobe
Heights and the hostess, Mrs
Andy Tsimas Come ;in and arrange

E CIVIC ASSOCIATION

BRONSON FIRS The Port MUTING Salerno Civic ocr.Association 1 YOUR FREE

will hold its first business
meeting of the season! Thursday,
Oct I at 8 p.m. at the civic: center. CHECKINGACCOUNT
Officers and members of the
Civic: Association extend their I
sincerest and best wishes to the
Jack: Whitfields on their fiftieth
wedding anniversary, which they
will celebrate with open house on
Saturday, Oct 3, at the civic: center
: -, "': 11.IPI from 2 to 4 pm You can mail your depositsWE

: 75III BIRTHDAY PAY ALL POSTAGE
: ;
_ I ,. VETERAN : ANNIVERSARY OBSERVEDThe
venty.Mth birthday anniversary I
... of Arthur C McIntosh
was celebrated Sunday, Sept. 27 at
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I In Look at the savings!
the Woodman of World! Hall
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r Fort Pierce
: ., )V : ; Puktal and Express Money
." : There were forty members of
his immediate Mr.Mclnlol Orders cost: a minimum of
: S'E'N A T 0 R" / family present.
;- \ \ >h 'is the father of Mn 20 cents: each"PERSONAL" I''

\ :. .$$IP!$. ,;,;.. 1... '. :'+'.. George Among Osborn t Donald Jr.resent of Port were Salerno Mr, I checking Ile I'I I
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and Mn McIntosh l of
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: 4''y r. .1. Vcro Beach and Mr und Mrs Syl-
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I SWIFT'S PREMIUM Short Shank Smoked (Whole or Half IIams Lb. 45c)





JENSEN. MYRTLE WIlirUVN I, BEACH Meet CormpoodetU. J...;'Held.NEWSMRS. ...... ....AT 71760Interesting # j ; H A M: 4to6-Lb.Avg.Shank Portion lb. 3 5 Si





By Ladies Aid CircleThe "Sttper-Right" Lean, Meat, Small Western Pork SPARE '\


Ladies Aid Circle of the gehcal Seminary thus finishing' Delicious For
Jensen Beach Community Church the miwion gifts for this year.
hckl its regular meeting \\cdncs Guests welcomed by the president I
day)!, Sept 23, with Mrs WarnerB. Mrs. Richardson, were Mrs. R I B S Barbecue"SLPIRRIGIIT" 49 ?
Tilton Met. Dorothy Kalb and Harry Helmig, Mrs. A. Jacobs and
Mrs. Pearl Gav as hosteucs Mrs H C- Anderson. Ib.
Mrs. Marie Hurst. program! Birthdays celebrated at this CHOKE WEV1ER.NRIB : BLIP .
chairman, introduced Mrs Joan meeting were those of Mrs. Marie
Brown of Cocoa and Mrs Ruth Hurst, Mrs Peggy Sommers, and : ROAST ... 79c

Miller* of of the Fort Southern Pierce representative Bell Tele- Mrs.Mrs Ada Richardson Luther. SW II-TS PREMIUM !Short Shank Smoked M\lt'f PREMIUM SLICED CAPN JOHN'S "'ulf:' BRF.AUU) r---.iiiiii'.'ii...
was appointed
phone Company, who entertained chairman for the mens to HAM "SB" 45c BACON Pig 49c SHRIMP 2r 159 "
supper
with recordings cartoons and com be held Oct 16 and Mrs Helga .* ""............. r..rPI I
mentary by Mrs.." Brown on 'tile- Spell will be chairman of hostesses "SLPER! .RIGIir DELICIOUS SMOKED SWIFTS PREMIUM: ALLJMEAF C\P:\ JOHN'S IROJEN HU. :'T 50 U\IM STAMPS

phone votionals Mrs.races Julia based Wood on the gavo topic the'Togetherness. de- Ladies for the Aid October CircleFIREMFVS meeting of the Chipped Beef 3 Pkge. 79c I;FRANKS "..... ":*. 39c FLOUNDER u,,'.. 2 Pkgr.89c; : Wllk ni. OUR C..i_UI'NINSTANT .i4 PunkM. .. J"

." AUXILIARY 3-ou, Cfl. fig
Mrs Herbert Gardner will be MEETS:
chairman of the food and bakesale The Jensen Beach VolunteerFiremen's Save47c JANE PARKER HRI'SIILY BAKED DELICIOUS rEA J : Oil0 ,,3Ikra #
to be held! Saturday Oct 17 Cwt s..1. 0..1 Ml 10-f-M 3

-time later and place to be announced meeting of Auxiliary the season held at the its first fire! S &;.. :. ; ;..___J I
hall, Monday evening, Sept. 21.
Ticsn.oo
A sewing session was held on APPLE PIES
Twelve members were presentPlans 3 u.-.riii i 1.------
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Tuesday Sept. 29, at the home of .
Mrs Marie Hurst These sewing were discussed for furnishing '
!sessions! will be held each Tuesday and serving coffee for the fftg.vPWD
from now until the fair which is Jensen! Beach Elementary School
scheduled for Nov 14 Bring a Halloween Carnival Final plans Special! LIBBY YELLOW CLING HALVESPEACHES STAMPS
will be made and committees will
sandwich, as beverage will be provided Wllk nil CMIMH w1 PURSM. .(
be named at the Oct 19 meeting. J JOur
MrMVBH Alters.Pint** or Swbs
Some of the chairmen for the Mrs Vince Bocchmo was presented Id1. SLICF1 Uu
coming fair have been selected with her Auxiliary membership C JQ
c CHrkSK: : 4JLIhnt
41 99 pkg.
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They are Mrs Christian Kalb, pin having attended the
required number of c-I 11 Oil. Mia.
jewelry; Mrs Herbert Gardner, meetings.! lls
baked goods; Friendship Circle Men Jack Addy acted as hostess t. I. i',1oM:1 r
lunch, Mrs. Jack Kuhn, rummage for the meeting. ..__......._ ........... :
Other chairmen will be named ....
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shortly Every Day Low Price! COLORED MARGARINE :4: / .

) Mrs. that Charles twenty Richardson-four layettesand reported RIO NEWS I.Lh. 25t1b1 i
one school outfit for World

pleted Community Day have been com MRS. c. B. IIEASLEY NUT L EY 2 Pkfts. 27c WIII Ihle c:_ ... ._ rSUIIllS

Mrs Warner Tilton was appoint Correspondent ( ) ANY. PAt; PURL: ,
ed chairman of the nominating I AT 7-0887) GRArt, 11-04. 27c
committee and will be assisted_ by IKI:! LY Jar I
Mrs. Florence and Mrs '..'St w..\S11......;..}N';'''''.''''}':''''';'''}''}''VSVSN55'YA4M4\VhsNSN! '''1.;>..':,o:,AN.Y''' 1)1 L !MOM .... \
George Summer Bryant RIO CIMC CLUB :: :::::::::::: :::::::::::::;::::::::::::t\i:::..:, ::" ::,.}:::;::::: ::::::::::: 'l-ql. I 14se c. IIYPINEAPPLE 1 1 M''" i..4 I IJ

It was voted to send $SO eachto I CARD PARTY JUICE .. ... 43c J
American Indian, Allahabad
Ten tables of cards were in playat M'KItU JANE; PARKER i'RfJiI CRISP I
College and Puerto Rico Evan-
the Rio Civic Club card puny Special! None better at any Price: White I louseMILK J ;.
Tuesday Sept 22. POTATO CHIPS 1b' 49c
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*$ fll! PWI'I
1 he door prize was won by Mn
Womcn's Association W Okamolo Table winners were : SPKUU: J\NI: PARKER. C.OIDKN, CLNNAMON OR BrAIIPI
Luncheon, Oct. 13 Mrs Jack Carpenter, Mrs. Carl EVAPCOFFEE I ]
Heasley, Mrs Catherine Schu : SUGARED DONUTS. u 19c WIIa firs cww w1 a..s.'' ..tAAN
WOMEN'S ASSN 1-14 Lino mann Mrs, Elsie Gaines Mrs 'I PALE
The Jensen Beach Women Association Harry Greif Mrs Evelyn Voight SPKIUJ A & P CtIOHH> I.O'llm&R: CARUf 1-Ib.l-uJ,
held its regular bi-month : Mrs Edna Sanguigm, Mrs. Henry :;:: JIl/I 39
1N
Spencer, Mrs, Minnie R. CHEDDAR CHEESE 53c ai ww .
ly business meeting at the clubhouse Bolton Tall :: : i 1.8. I .. 001. nM. te
Monday, Sept, 21 and Mrs. Jack Shomer Hostesseswere I 00 : :
Plans were announced for a Mrs Jack Shomer, Mrs :;:';::: IIUrSIDK;-llTSdl; lOX I A>OKI IK ___..... ... ..
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rummage the community sale which center will at he a heldat date 1 Rueben.arson. Dowler and Mrs. Betty. '- 8 13 flUid $ 1 __. is JUMBO PIES .. 3 'to.100: I

to be announced, Mrs, Katherine t Next card party will be a tlcv ] MVRCAI RRAMIFACIAL 25 EXTRA it
(Cork: will act as chairman sent card party Tuesday, Oct 6 atI oz cans 't ,'
It was decided to invite a speaker I pm TISSUE 24; ::' 39c PLAID STAMPS
from the League of Women The Rio Civic Club business ...........
Voters to a future meeting dale to meeting will be held Thursday, KIMUt RR\NI: urn lilt PlJR(1I.\: ov
speak and answer question on the Oct 1 at 7:30: p.m. U-lNrf. EACH m'111E ltLMWINOORIIIMOKr. :'

amendments November which ballot will appear on PrRSON\L BEER or ALE ... ..-.o............ rln. 169 \\ 'l 4_lb.
The club HUH resumed Hi twice- a S1N1'1 n.\K SPICE DROPS P.(. 33 C
Mr and Mrs
monthly meetings, and will George Martin, '
continue
,
this who spent the summer at Westport. Save:
schedule through next
,
Conn are now at home on
Mav Rt '' ,HOR1UMORK lU-lb.'
Waverly Avenue. Q0r
The president, Mrs. Marie Miller s' S\H BRMDETERGENT) ,.. JO*'
,+ OHANCK/ SI KM Pk.
request that all members, or Mn May Json of the Rio : ,; ::5 ( haul

others luncheon, who, curd desire party to and attend fashion the Vista! Apartments at her home is after now being convalescing a- 1, 1 ; : :: ,.; r ; pis 49c GUM mmniMOHK/ MICM{ Itl P.-Ib... J oor JUMOHIIIMOKK

show to be held at the Port St. patient in the Martin Memorial '' '' lU-lb. QOUURKKKtWPIM -
Lucie Country Club Tuesday, Oct. hospital ) : ,.. rig JO-
reservation 13. contact her at AT 7-4943 for Matt Sumner I Is now at horn .. -5 /110/' (tUPON !NICIA: "'\RY"

This will be one of the outstanding -I I on River Boulevard after spending Jumbo
affairs of the coming sea MX weeks' at Babylon, N. Y,
son and a large crowd is anticipated I i ATII'I"
so make re
NEWS COMMUNITY ClltRtll Were Bestowed 29 Apples 4'b.bag39c'

Two of five I craftsmanship ru'lfir A'r
Mrs Roland Woodruff hat been awards!, presented at Saturdays I ; y RED 10KAY
appointed)full-time organist!, church meeting of the Palm Beach Chapter f rlyrjiJJ"
l,1 secretary Youth Choir director of the American Institute of : 2 lb. 29c
B,' and director of all youth actiVIties. Architects, were bestowed by Stu Grapes .
Youth Fellowship will have lu arts Armstrong-Pryor & Associates __ .. .
first meeting of the season! \ on for work on Martin County "'> REGULAR WIIIIK
Sunday, Oct. 4. at 6:30: p.m.A Senior High School ,
new Youth Choir t. being Donald E Armstrong presented
'organized by Mrs. Woodruff. Practice an award to lack Murray of HELBROST POTATOES 10lb.bag49c
!
will be at 6:30: p.m. I s cb: Vero Beach an emplo, of Netto Reading !
Wednesday Construction Joe:. and Herbert P. Deluxe
The ninth annual meeting of Roomann presented one to Charles len'8 or uuhCIWRIST
the Florida Fellowship of Community W intercom: of Jupiter. employed by
Churches will be held at Wilbur Plumbing O'I'S 't ( tl"4 f MINERAL DHIYDRATFJ) COW
the Seabreeze United Church in Ito Palm Beach Chapter includes ?
Daytona Beach. Oct. II, 12, and architects: from Indian ru.eI' SHRUBS FERTILIZER I MANUREPRICtl
13 St LUCK Martin and Palm WATCHES
Rev Newton Tweedy will at- Beach counties. Toys lr:
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$398 50eAO $109 5oao $179
tend as delegate from the Community Choose frolll r/C11.
4 Church. Others desiring to The synthesis of insulin hasbeen Your
I attend pleas contact him regardIng accomplished almost simultaneously ) Start
registration. and motel accommodations. Nest, in the United States and LAYAWAY \ $1 595 sire Only P/sld'SIamps ,IN T1IU AU ARK GOOD

Germany < ... $12.88 only a a s Get fine Glitz IIIROtCII aVillRDiY: OCIOBUt 3IIOP

I-rom d ).TJ t 0 !r c..a.' r I .n.nK 1 tN4 ear COraawt, aoG
Where this emblem h displayed you are Ill oil ern rate A.4 1.95 MT.. > MONDAY 1IIRU T'fIUIL1DAYACo"sI
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assured of the finest insurance servicein 'I"OY5
/ 1 a ijo AJVI. ta '100 r.ALIy
the land. : l
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BLUE; mnJlGt'vr' IABRIC MFn.NIJl. vr.1fJlCt.'r DfTIHCKNtBREEZE. DE1UGIVT tmJlQt.

SILVER DUST FINAL TOUCH SURF RINSO BLUE WF:9SUY- : UIL ....... tFo''"a, soul. 39c

W. B. TILTONi I..... IDe orr LaiMi .
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DKfLRGENrDishwasher IJQLII) DnUIGEwir MINUTE MAID JROZEN DOG 1000 23

INSURANCE AGENCYSince Dt."TUtGAiL"vsw I FLUmr.LL' 'All' I Cold Water 'Al 1'! Orange Delight i 'I DOG-fOOD .. .. 2'E 35c:

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( TUB, STUART (l<1a.) NEWS
Thursday. October I, 1964
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READERS PAY TO READ
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I .. I.n.SM.s.n.l In southern Man land thieves
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FOR RENT 33 IIELP WANTED 43 BOATS A SERVICES IReal Estate For Sale 90 i REAL ESTATE FOR !SALE .0.1 REAL ESTATE WANTED 9t recently seventeen neatly walnut!sawed trees and from removed \ a

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"p.'" -A private woodland.

DIAL IN Stuart across from *fl sOd 61. JOB OPPORTUNITY for young FOR Sale: 14 ft boat with Alabama for Florida: COLORED HOMEMTES. Full WILL take over payments on two, 1111Senkee
One bedroom bath kitchen, aggressive "outgoing personali s h.p. outboard. Come nee 9 room house, grocery store V acre. Next to New Salerno or three hedroom home in Stuart 171
Atlantic 71550To living and dinette. Newly painted ty" type, man or woman to learn offer. 453 Riverside Drive. near Auburn, Opelika. High School. Low down pay Area. Call after 6 p.m.. 287- Offered Mbc.
and tile floors. Furnished :287- the sales profession! on straight 287-5619. tf ( ) L. Myers, 816 North Olive Ave., ment Low monthly payments.Will I 5796. 10-1 ((96) ..I. ..J:. .A. ...L
Flaw Your FAST SELLING- 5055. tf ((35)) salary with expenses. Salary small \ Palm Beach. 10-1( ((90)) build and finance home if
to start but if you cm produce, l9'/i' foot Olasspar, Twin 40s, desired. JORDAN REAL ES-
LOW COST WANT AD TWO bedroom unfurnished Apt., it will grow and open the way 18-gallon) tanks Cabin waterfront buy- 2 bedrooms, TATE. 211 Colorado Avenue. 287- LAW'SMOVING
I Osceola & Cortez In Stuart. 3 to a real career right here in Mar two. head, many extras I 1 bath, New CBS. Must be sold. 4837. I 10-22( ((90))
blocks front" schools. $79 per mo. tin County. This Job calls for Call 287-5906 after S:00 I $13, OO. M. P. Nelson, Real.
NEWS WANT ADS W. H. Wagner 287-4880 or 287- someone who likes people has 10H( ( ) I Ip. 325 E.,Ocean Blvd. 287-3566. FOR sale by owner, first time of FREEYour & STORAGE
Beautiful 3 beJroom, 2
fered.
1696. tf ((35)) "the gift of gab" and! isn't afraid L 10-1 (90))
RATE: Five cent per average bath house' In fine neighborhood
word minimum charge per insertion TWO bedroom furnished apart- ,of bard work. You need a car Service Offered |1ie.! Sale by Qwner 4 100 ft All central gas heat. Airconditioning. 500 S. FLAGLER, STUART
: waterfront .
$1.00 (for up to twenty" meat for rent in North River but your car expenses will' fie ra'd-' : Ms. High 1 and All electric built-in kitchen in Loral and long distance mobig. .
average words). Word In ALL Shore $125 monthly year around. Thin is not insurance or door to at $29 foot l1: appliances including dishwasher. Want Ad Packing, crating and shipping
1 a
it docs call for JONES: SEPTIC: TANK.
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first Call 187-3547. U ((35)) door aggressive selling salesmanship but of a well- I ICE. Septic tanks vacuum '. tf ((90)) Fenced in back yard. Beautifully THE STUART .

word Count as two words each. SMALL modern, apartment) SI5 known product that is being used! ed and reseated. Also drain I landscaped, with deep well pump NEWS is printed in WARFIIOUSE STORAGE ,
White space above or below or week. Close:-In. inquire at The I by nearly all local businessmen.If :repaired and rclaid. FAST bedroom watertront home and underground watering: system. rti.
wh&in nil will be charged: as the !Seven! '(''c'' Grocery Store North. I you are Interested, drop a line ICE. Dial 287-2820 or 2g7- Will trade for vacant land. Write Many extras Included $20,000.() THE MARTINCOUNTY 2870878tf ITU/
tjsjber of word (five) that could I 23. Stuart Fla. tf ((90)) Call 287-4886 for additional in
Box
( U.S.JI>t 20th Street. tf ((35)) giving your qualifications to If ) FREE
formation. IO-I ((90))
be !printed in the blank line or N-612 The Stuart News, BOY
25 cents per line. FOR Rent: Office building across: 1047, Stuart Fla. tf ((43) FURNITURE refinishing and property( for sale. Com MODERN Jbedroom.2bath' I PRESS. Sunday, r u .....- __
pisplay Classified" rates t on from Seymour' Inn. Call 287- --.- I. iwritl(. Will call for and pletlJly furnished duplex. Both.idl'S For Sale AfkeeltaaeoM 178WE'VE
application.' 0151. '*. tf ((35)) MAN wanted for dry cleaning and liver.' Reasonable. Call rented. Plus,12x5D': adjoin home in St. Lucie Estates. Located without charge. .
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? ; tf ; lot. Zoned commercial. $8.000 across from a City Park, Ll. _,," .
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"These' .re cash rat:*, for ads ON the Water' New, duplex Stu. laundry route. Salary and com quick sale. Write P. O. Box ideal for the growing family. plenty (This applies to regular want-
brought or mailed to The Stuart 4i().[fficienc n. Furnished\ Cathedral 'mission. Reply Box Z, coUart\ \ RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Stuart. I II-U ((90)) of closets and cabinets sewing ads only, not .to display clusMfiedK. .
News with payment. If you are a ceilings. Colored tile rtath. I News 10.(43)( ) Ice. Cleaning and repairing. room and many other attractive ". which can be rerunat ,;.COT. THE
SlaaKNewe. mail subscriber or are tub and(, shower. Kitchens by FrigIdaire. MALE or female! salesman wanted drain fields repaired and bedrooms with carporte, feature 19500. C. E. Slocum a reduced rate.) r.. -
i | Stuart telephone directory I pJariama hale Large, tree. II Niagara Cyclo Dial AT 70651AT 7-9862. ( ) partly furnished. Corner lot Realtor, 505 Colorado Ave. ;;;;;'L T.Y
,you can \place.your ad by ielo shaded porches. Plus t 110 Fishing to represent Must have Com extras. Terms. Look at 10.1 ((90)) Phone ad to
l 7-1550 andsaj .liAled. Massage car. I WHEEL ALIGNMENT and. before your I
phone. Jr.al Atlantic Pier Adults Sea Gate Villas you buy. 345 White
"I want to place a want-ad." Lighthouse Point, P, O. Box mission.wire. Call Good Niagara opportunity Office,for 287-live BALANCING with Bear E Lane, Legion Heights. --Jen NEW two-bedroom JKKIM t9,8oa 2S7-1550 and get in I CASA RIOBOAT
287-4678.
trained mechanics will Golden Gate. Call
ment by '
1531 I. Stuart. Phon "2S7-l657. 10-1 Beach. 287-3606. !10-1 I ((90)) this twoforoneoffer 1 A MOTOR SALES, IDC.
0050. ((43)) ,
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10-1
for itself in" tire wear. We have ((90)) on
(.* tf ((35)) I
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"' equipment and men. Your 2 Bedroom Home, Ever 140 Unite TOT ftl.. AT T-OM4
Give your> hi a11 addreu at PART-TIME girl. 9:30: 'til 2 p.m. I FOR Sale by Owner. Commerciallot !
BRIGHT, cheerful twin bedroom ly Dodge dealer. ULMER green Park Subdivision, Kobe
well at your telephone num. with double closets In private Engraving experience desirable. TORS or Dial AT 73355. tf ( ) High elevation Large liv- 50x140 center of Stuart. Cashor
ber in your want-ad. The Stuart home, Jensen Beach Call 287 Five-day week, Paramount Plastics room and! kitchen. Phone 546- 5 year terms. 6 room'unfurnish- [ --"" '!;"'e.TRAILERS A.
New bat hundreds of(' 2131. Write Box 554, Jensen Stuart. Phone/ 2872400. HAVE small Bulldozer. tf ((90)) !rd frame house, fair condition. & SERVICES 168an'eso.rsmsneory
out-of-state subscribers whore Bead 10-8 ((35)LARGCturnishod 10.1 ((43)) Mower and Disc. Will clear Please do not phone. Write E. B. .
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yeur best, possible pros Fence and in the '137. Drive, ? 14.,1>
IIitI 11II111_ cut trees. poets acres country;on pave Coventry Pmegruve
peels for real estate sales and 2 bedroom for sale Lawton Wall, Phone ed road. Good land with some West Palm Beach, Florida, 3340(5.: ( -or-
rentals, boats, Jiclp wanted -apartment for rent In center of5Wurt Business Opportunities 50 71401. If ( ) *. 185' by 500', 3500. M. P. tf ((90))
tnrdcraag, trailer, Jind! serf..t Call 287-0729. tf ((35)POR ) L Realtor, 325 E. Ocean SANDY'SMOBILE
I ICes Taxi Business, STORAGE-Household good 2873566. 10.1 ((90)) TWO bedroom two bath water-
+.t l ., Rent: Furnished one bedroom GROWING reasonable tomobiles, boats, anything. front home in Stuart City Limits
't efficiency 4 miles South price.I Indiantown Call Beaver's, Fla.Taxiat tions low as 300. Large., bedroom 2 bath waterfront Completely furnished Seawall HOME PARK &
597-2100
of Stuart. $85 per month. Phone clean buildings. Golden Gate home for sale by owner. ] dock, city water, citrus. Owner
ftCULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: 10-1 I( (50) .
( )
lifter 3:00: p.m.. 287.1950. tf (35)) age. AlA three miles South ftir-conditloning and heat. will sacrifice at $19.000. Box *

(Number over 100 refer to dis- TWO Bedroom CBS house Fure- WATCH your money grow, $70,00 Sluart 2871202. tf ( ) appliances except refrigerator I 1365. Stuart or 2871685. t(90)CQNTRACfOR'S ( ) A FEW CHOICE LOTS

pity classified ads which ads appear ished. On 76-A. $75 per month, $80.00 a week, 2 hours a day. WISCONSIN, Brigg, 287.5725 extras. personal! home. AVAILABLE NOWFree
the end of the smaller In Call after
aftef Call 28>1328. !10.1< ((35)) Hydrononlc farm In your own Clinton and Lauson I Sacrifice due to illness. Pool,
''numerical: p order. Be sure to look back yard Mu"t rave 50x50 area. COOLED ENGINES in stock : call 2874163. 10-1 ((90)) air conditioned. Two bedrooms, 1 lawn, and landscaping maintenance. Your only

>I U both r'acelJfoR. ) COMPLETELY furnished three- 20 tanks, completely automatic parts and men who know my $30.000 free and 1 IVi I baths. Large home. Golden b for electric. You have your own" meter. Also,

.. RENT 35-135 /room garage apartment. Ah installed and guaranteed. Know. repair them. ULMER clear, waterfront central air- Gate. $15,000.) 287-4678. 10-1(90)( ( ) Trailer Storage available
138WANTED conditioned. Wall t to wall carpet ledge of hydroponic not neceMRar '. "or" Dial AT 73355. Your. home, walking dis.- .
FOR SALE 38
RENT OR ing. Private entrance and linens We furnish the right chemicals it MOTEL with over :25O feet frontage -
Dealer tf
ly Dodge ( ) I beach and shopping, for im
TT RENT .40-146ftetP and Utilities Included. Call 287. the right time. Complete super d in on U. S. 1'1 D. 1. Price reduced SPECIAL SALES
vacant I
or or
WANTED 43-14* 1391 after 5:00: p.m 325 Seminole vision. Term can be arranged TERRAZZO Tile and i Stuart. Preferably property water to $16,950 for immediate \\10"0 or trade any of these ke..... Trailers! Two older

Employsneot Wanted 48-148BndneM Avenue 10-8 ((35)) Write Box 1995. Stuart. 10-1 ((50)) W. H. Wagner CO., AT Will trade up or down. Own- sale. C. E. Slocum, Realtor, 505 completely furnished, both with tandem wheeb.

Opporhmlllee 50-150 ATTRACTIVE furnished house. u. or AT 7-1696. tf ( )) and properly address 2401 E. Colorado Ave.. Stuart Fla. for one or both.

LOST & FOUND 33-153 Two bedrooms. Two screened SPECIAL NOTICES M SMALL BUSINESS nO-): Olas Blvd. Fort Laudcrdale.; : I I IO-I ((90)) 1958 Cadillac Hardtop Sedan 1960 Ford, Tudor, Six

SCHOOLS 34-154 porches. All electric kitchen. Good .t..4>-- J J .I dI ING SERVICE. Fiften year >O. I 10-1( ((90)) 1964 Chevrolet 3/4-ton Pickup Truck
NOTICES 55-153 neighborhood. Rent reasonable. : NEW NURSERY SCHOOL: By perlcnce. Could help you do The area of Rhode Island, .
SPECIAL Garage. Adults. Call 287-2243.' the day half day or the hour. own to cut costs. Call AT RENT 135 smallest state, is about 100 square Agency for Rescue Pick-up Coaches & Fleetwood !\lob
USED CARS 38-15f 904 St. Luck Crescent. 10-1 (351 I 1 10-22( ( ) miles. I will ,
Naps on cots. Fenced play yard. Sandy Buy Sell Trade or accept on : '
EW CARS 60-160 SLEEP tm; with T bath.;; Convenient location. Owned and wlret A: n I mobile home curs, truck' Phone 2873788.
.private
MOATS SERVICES 63-163 operated by Vera Schang. 287- : FOR RENT 135 L. CAS
Suitable for )young working man. PLANTSIS"VICES P. SALES
TRAILERS It SERVICES 68-1(8 Call 287.1391 after 5 p.m. I 0771. tf (55))) ONE !MILE NORTII OF STUART ON IT. S.

Services Offered, Mhc. 71-171 10-8 OS) i WANT price for your ? t. ( )

PLANTS A SERVICES 75-173 NEW furnished house." Call lack Breuil at 2871214. PlANTS landscaping- Sprinkler nod. Fastest t
for Ssle, Miscellaneous '78-178 completely Merkla Motors Inc. tf ((55)) i + Igt EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS .....
Living room, dining/ room, kitchen Ing nursery in Martin County. (90)I tt..J .I. Jr
Wanted To Buy (MUc.) 81-181 one hedroom and bath, screened ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ican Nursery Loop Road ( I REAL ESI ATE FOR SALE 190

MOVING & STORAGE 84--184Real porch and Urge, utility room, : meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wed- Palm City. AT 11918. tf ( ) IIIIiI1 "
Estate For Sale 90-190! Reverse cycle heat and boat dock. 'nesday at the Community Church ilL

Deal Ertate Wanted 96-196 Call 28 Write Hamilton, Jensen Beach. For information. For Sale, MbceRaneoui ON I 11(175)I
Rt. 2. Box 82-F. Stunrt 10-t ((35)) Phone AT 7-3331. tf ((55)I )
'1 I TWO I:>-- IT J .db- THE ST. LUCIE I
RENT 38 furnished h u.. AM not responsible for any TWO Servel gat Choice Waterfront
411 Akron Avenue, Stuart. debts incurred by anyone other Good working order. $15 ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS On. and two-room efficiencies.Spactoo !
: 10(35)( ) than myself Cluiule pavis. TROMGAS" Inc. 140 !Stuart shaded

FURNISHED two bedroom !house FURNISHED 'upstairs apartment 10-8 ((55)) ping Center 2874010. tf ( !) *Lot Boat ground Dock. i Owner Will! Sacrifice

with carporte large living room at 200 I.onita St., Casa Terrace -........ -- rat RAIT ornAi' .ori.rrAitDTVAMT. Parking : I
rLonin4HOOMI Shuffleboard TV and Lounge
ejectric heat.
kitchen gas Very Living room-bedroom combination USED CARS TRUCKS 58 MUSICAL I
I clean 287-0768.) Route 2, Box 82. full' bath sundeck. Suitable L L U BotreJlK"ICPIl'f11: a APART.PTIa BATHBUrriKBOARD Week Month Year I! 200 FT. ON BROAD ST
o Stuart. tf ((35) for one Or two person Must he Lowest Price in Florida COI'RTB
Corvair. Radio and heater.
1962 :
![STOKES and office downtown seeft.to be appreciated. Call 287- Automatic transmission. Low aiAIOKABLIO M.ATMT : 6J4 ST. tUCIE CRESCENT ,
.
3489. 10-1 (35) GUITARS DRUMS LOLnnar I
( ) "ORIOI
or East Ocean Blvd. Any she mileage clean $1,295.::! 1962 Chevy STUART t With Seawall
...
ORGANS ...... _
.11'' .1
1170 E.'Ocean Ten'IF 287-9811
Write A. P. Krueger FOR Rent; Seasonal or yearly. II. Radio and heater Clean. SI!, Telephone I
Blvd. Phono 287-2420. Five room furnished home with 095. See after 5:00: or all day EASY TERMS W. T. FACET Mgr. F. E. WOOD, Manager' 1 i' Property has depth of 484 ft.
tf.13( ) nice yard.C411546.5200.10-I ((35)) Saturday. See at office of first DM AT ,_ tf tm. tt sun) i
house, Indianlown Road! Box 75.
MORTTZ PIANO COL Within
'. two bedroom apart- ---- --- City Limits of Stuart
FURNISHED ONE and two< bedroom apartments, tf ((58)) nanae-airensam w+smarr
ment. Very clean. Reasonable. furnished or unfurnished. New 112 No. 5th Street
{4AduhL 287-0768. If no answer and modem On the river two 1958 Chevrolet off white 4-door ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461u EXPECTING COMPANY?

.foil, ,874806.. tf ((35)1'OR ) blocks North" .f Courthouse, 55 E.ScmmotoSU.287.1197. Hardtop' Sports Sedan. Automatic ( ) WONDER WIIFRE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN? Nice Rambling Frame I Tome and
and Radio. In excellent con
Mf ((35)
Rent Furnished 2-hcdrodm 7-4187. CUNNINGHAM Engineering Call M and stop worrying! Reasonable rates and M atmosphere
AT
dition $485. Call
garage apartment, close in, reasonable TWQ tttdroom house: St. LucleLocks. : tf ((58)) a complete supply of that will urpM oil but your ow Beautiful Lawns, Trees and f
; Oarage; Rooms in prl- Call 2873649. tf ((35)) roof panels and part*, CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGER
!vale home 619 East Fifth Street, .. 19M Corsair mechanically good, awnings, screen and Jalousie ,
Stuart. If ((3J) needs pane body work Stand at lowest( price in town. Now Available for Year Sleeping. Comfort! i.
; bedroom C. iS'fone: Alt FOR'RENT OR SALE 38 ard shift. $300.( Call Hohe Sound and! shop" open 10 a.ni-6 p.m. Niagara Cyclo-Mimaj Unto .h Our Bed See Your Broker or Phone Ownei i 1

Electric Furnished. ,......;, 1 i S ".5257. 10-8 ((58)) through Saturday. Junction of (
'c : equipped. and S. I 1. Stuart. 1I ( ) Southwind Motelu.s.
''No children and No pets Call FOR sale or rent: Two bedroom CH EVWJt-ETll96TBcnaire: ;; ;eight t AT 7.2607 AT !

287-5733. 653 Bryant Avenue, CBS Home in Hibiscus Park. cjlindcr, four door sedan with TRUSSES, elastic i NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 2874773I
p tt1nrt t tfH( ) Can 287-3538.: 10-8 ((38)!I) heater, power steering and! power knee pads, anklets, etc. V tins) r

:NEWLY: painted, 2 bedroom furnished RIVER view collage. A. 0 f.i Drey-; glide transmission. In perfect condition Drug Corp. tf ) i
miles. For sale .
12,000 by __ .
house. No children or er, Orange Avenue, Rio. Last l G. E automatic washer. L t -- -- --- ,
'tts. Also one bedroom trailer for on left. 287.34A4. tf (38)) private owner Phone AT 7-0057. model. A-l condition. Near
at office of Starlit 10-1 ((58)) .
Apply
rent Beach. Call 287-6811 ( )
( )JTrailer Park 2872516.. y (35)) FOR SALE OR REN P. Three bedroom --- sen
one and t half bath home. BOATS A SERVICES 43 A.K.C. White and I C. O. RAIN EY Realtor J JJ
,,FIVE room apartment, completely Central heat and air conditioning. Male toy poodle puppies
furnished.Second floor. 700 287-4593. tf (38)) Call 287-6114.I 10.1 ( )
'Sotith Federal Hwy 287.3325 or i --
FOR SALE: line of
2874297 tf ((35)) FOUR, bedroom, 3 Marine
Stuart City Limit. Especiallynice. Marine Hardware Supplies-, everything for O. E. Upright Vacuum (' I I- GOOD HOME BUYS f fI. I_COCOANUTPARK ], I COMMERCIAL I
RIVERFRONT home with pool Furnishes Reference. No I your boat. Whltlcar Boat Work, .r, t5.! Call 4644967. 10-1( ) )
for rent Furnished or unfurblihed. j
pets Yearly or seasonal! lease. Box !
Cab 2874948. tf ((35)pial ) 1365, Stuart. tf ((38)) Port SewalL tf ((63)) VEGETABLE case! for &sate $ Home
... I. OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED Can be seen at Poor 0." '*, WATFRFROyr: Bedroom 2 Bath, 1. 8M FEET on U. S.1, 3 mile Soaft of ?

-!HELP WANTED 43WAITRESS We have parts for all sen Beach. 10-1 1 ( ) Large living and FawOy ROOMS with Facing Yacht Basin Shsart. Excellent location. for a meta,.
I popular makes. Can lent your coil _---A _.J rr slew. .
IIIIIIMI U _. 1 of River F.n rUntag ROM*-Plea.Ml rant and motel of the Howard Jobammer
and condenser. Ulmer Motors DalAT -- :
Wanted 1* Bqr (Mbc
KkchnH-tOO/ Su Brack
ADs wanted for Your day 7-3355. Friendly Dodge
or I .
.. 2 a>dta m New Ceramic TIle Bath
night Kfilft.,, Only experienced Dealer tf (63)) n-Ina Arranged $32,500.00.2.11t11AC1 .
need ar+plv in person. Poor Bob's WANT the best price for OIR"', Lhktf. and Florida Room all Extra 2. OFFICE BUILDING i
.
Dealer.Complete 1500
Johnston
CCUILounp t AlA Jensen AUTHORIZED tar? Call lack Breuil at Large *sm Modern KUcbrsiL Square
..\TE CBS 1 Bedroom. Feet .
Part
Sale Service Mfctble far
.
I Beach. 2 ((43)) 1214. Merlle Motor Inc tf ( ) commercial office ..eigM
Good selection dependable"'. U'iN Cathedral felting FhirkU. Rom -
HFLP Wanted Female: Gift Cen. Motors. Factory-Trained 1 : manfaekntng.
: Expert Central ll .< rrfe, I&5M.M.)
I I Ur Manager experienced in gift Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT & REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 4 l 1M' t MV SceaioDy Located fee

1 merchandise, )houteware\ or spit MOTOR SALES, Inc. 440 Rt 707 fro mot view of the North< Forkof 3. < EFFICIENCY L'alls, aew
lines. Pleasant working conditions, in Rio. AT 7-0944.( tf ((63)) 76. Zoned 3. PORT SIW'ALL-4 Bedroom, 3 BkAltncthely nmmi
Age 2} to 4J,.All Company Benefits FOR- A FISHERMAN NEW- |tO'cial.on City Rout water available. t> I Ii located .. the SC Luck the St LsKie. River. budding aO.. en water 5 mOn Somtk
Fall time Mr. \
poMtfoa Phone
Cropper, .287.5634. 10-1 (43) 24 Lapstrake, hardtop bulL Will i 265 Only $65 per foot. M. River Ut 200' a ISO BeMtlfolj Low Doten Payment 01 Steam. SR.7" c-r buy at 847,011.
take Inboard or outboard power.If I N.I1K'1Realtl"', 325 E P'I Lass hapel Emloiwd Carafe, CentralI
CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply you can install motor+ in your Blvd 287-356, IO-I ) .. WE HAVE:
"' Air CoMdiriomd, Lledergror.dSM&bu4 some eireUeal moidhs
in pcnon-M-A 4 W Root Beer spare time you should we this Ti'iRE l\atJi buys
, Drive la. *U. s.. Now 1. South bout Ideal for inside or off-shore bedroom and two small Print to Sell MWt Priced to Sell- $18,500.00 the Smart ....
Stuart 10-8 ((43) fishing. Call West him Beach TE .with patio
ATIantic 74550 2-5204 or 655-1783. tf ((63)) R om. Broadway Section, :
I LP Gas Tank Truck Driver. Must Tradewind i Restaurant I I
cabinet maker Leas the two 50t COLORADO AVENUK PUlL DORLON BOB SIMMONS DIAL An-de 7-22O
for the be from the Stuart area a must EXPERIENCED Stow years
and ask be /anUiar' with the area. Apply and Expert Formica Nice Yard. $1.000 down STUART FLORIDA A__..... I
MEMBEB
I4Q Stuart Shopping Center. 9.00: wrork.Free estimate. Cn pAmmt*. Call 287-5242 I MUq
.. "W.... Ad i kel2 ama October 1 and 2, 10-1(43)) 287-5022, 1 IPl< (63)) 5.60 P.M. 287-5800 day tat /1N1

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WARRANTY DEEDS FILEDI dision Loral plat I Gardens 2. SI.800 Development. Girls Boys Staters I 'Roaring Twenties'PartyWa. THE Tbnrwlav STUART! (Florida. ) NEWS/

,. ... .. I Corporation to !Nat Cimnciooe I
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Lot 21. block ., Coral Gardens' t Success at Anchorage
tH\'OIfEN
Warren Robert Humphrey to E Humphrey. An undivided one- SuMhrU. fM I. $1. UO. MF.E'r
Clara E Humphrey An undivided halt imefW Al tot 11. Jensen I' On .. Miscopal Church:
Highlands W B. TOme, MM.. to Edward Legion Program Marj's
one-half interest in lot 17. Jensen M s The AatAori* Yacht Club hade agues lot moat frwalfc 01liimes
I Suhdivmon $100 __ wip matt Fhursdav Oct
Highlands Subdivision. M. Pttano Lob 9 and 10. 'RQMfcll rv risen' party I tail sate .. by Mrs. porot.Addj .
$100.
total I Gardens Development lit I pM. JaMs Fullon, churchest.
block 9, Rio St L tie Terrace ,
Kir
Adair Saturday night Mid font arty with
Humphrey Fried I
to Clara to John d i. WiU flisent'
Corporation Winkler. ;
Addition No. 1 I. $1,400. James Woodall. a program
ofMarty .
)
principal ov and Jan Ltifhtoo. There was real wwduit on Sirs Greet \Mfr M runner up: "" .
thZ L. Ml Wurtfc Mrs Mildred
_. C. W. Cuthbtrt to Vandetta M. County Svmor Mifkv wUintrodUB & t +barate floor. checked table ikxh. and and Scot. dr M .naff WM RearObrnmoMoK Pfeod nMrir
'I I Mann. Lot J, block f, Palm Lake Boys and l'..rltSNMft lost Biw'8 tJRaOlrl sate room ftttt of straw hats, loud vexes. lick Ataf with Art Ud Mrs Ethel KirkpatrickwiM
,REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Park Subdivii M. $500. at meeting of Harold John Pout clAn idate. who upend a period at striped jMkttt, heavily rouged Wilier I and; CotvtMdw* $kill tit ""' sea for the evening
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I Gladys H. ArfhnbMi to Ro crt No. 62 of the Amcruan LqioR. Tallahassee with others from chwka. yawdt and vard of fringe, Rhodes M rut n rHi>. The door TIM STfrseph Guild; will, hold
H. Lear. Property In governmentlot The cccuJ program! ,Is alumed throughout the *t a I. operating head Matt arm buBd. whalcttr was awarded to Ransom TilJiKk a card pa*? at the meeting room
3, section 33, 'township 37 S. for 8 Monday. Oct. fW the "Mick governments" and l warning the en QfTarad.. it was prasstttThe I loner t In the First ftettmal Bank bUild-
Ask Us! You'll/ Be Glad You Did range 41 E. J13JBO. poNt On Ftagler AId .fc. 1 by tftample how. aioto and county jaflf hot played )jail ahd Addgr wall AirprMcd by a jag" on ThunML Oct I M at I tp.
William. Antefine to Chaflei tejl 1 of ihePperlhe governments rk. htemlMft dtthetd tile Cti rlei>Ui. huge birthday cak press fi tvsd l W Jr. Neck BBS, Burs Si ,Mike Black Bottom, and Shimmy A but him by tilt A rfH.Jf. AIIIo Mr. man. TheM wll 1 be door prices
Wagner 'l2.
Golden Gate SubweaL{ $4(1)( ) cok. .. MathersBk D K;: About one-half of the farms in fet t dinn v>.. served from 7 Id and Sir. eiwyn BurnellwW. In and lr K PM_ Refreshments will
bOll OlCelig Henry Grien to Arthur Kdcpplmger -I r IRId Mauldin: a 1( >> u. S. now h a to telephone 10 o'clock. A barbershop quartet attendance fr (ttwit thktyflrstwttkling Ot wrvfii. Plfa e bring your own
: and Anna Koepplinfter, Stater' Sunk Cooker Catyl the rendered, songs_of....the. time. I aJiniYWar 1 I ..... :
n Company husband and wife, as an estate in
900 Colorado Are. (acrom from 1st National' Bank) the entirety. Lots 13 and 14. revised
plat of Manatee Bay Sub
AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280/ -+< AT 7-4UI division JS.OtX

DOS O'KELLY w BOB ttlLUAMS Joseph A. Lane to Arnold M.
tat till Buer. tats 16. 17 and 18, block I e
4, Monterey Subdivision. $100.
Jcsvj F. Haa to Frederick C.;
Hlcbcr. Lot 1 1. bbck C. Riverside

Park Subdivision 1800. I ... _.. .. '
THINK George Gibbon Id PalmmartbBdildcrs. ,i ir ',1ft. ..'
Inc. Lot" 4. 3 and 6, ...-- .
RALPH HARTMAN' JR. r block 45, Broadway Section, St. 4 -
I Lucie Estates uno.I ,f!,
I George W. McDonald to lie -
When You Think ry A. Richards. Lot 12. block 31.
section 2, Hibiscus Park. $11,600.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE I
Ronald W. Weiss to Arthur1' Bur-
110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 ham Roger Property In icction
II I 1t.1 ace) 19. township 37 S., range 41 El
/ SI l< 200)'
.. Mat t Huber to Herbert Hubcr. .i y ,j
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Lots 1 and 2 block 28. section 3, ,
Hibiscus, Park Subdivision $100. i ''r M
Compare This! I Coral I Gardens Construction w'i.
Company, Inc to Howard R. Michel
*. Lot 185 and the West 'i
HUTCHINSON ISLAND of M I 184, Coral Gardens, plat 1.
$inoo
Howard C Nelson to Richard
290 Feet of Ocean 1500' ...;
Front. Between Bridge* Deep McDonald
Lots
29 and 30 block
Must t Sell nil Wtfb-Best Offer. Around $200 per Front Foot. I ISO, Lol"elOate SubdJtisiort.
SmaH Cash Down Payment Required. $200:!( .
Henry Cabre to Jean W. Ho-

M. P. NELSON, Realtor' dapp Subdivision.Lot I, block SI.7.000.Casa Terrace 26 FT. AND ALL FIBERGLAS

ASSOCIATES: ELLEN NELSON, M. R. (RONNY) NELSON S. William Foster et J. al.Maibeson Lots I tto through

,325 E.OCEAN BLVD. STUART,FLORIDA Phone 287J566 10. both inclusive, block 142
Members MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Golden Gate $). OO.

1*.1 nol Port Ralph Owmar Sewall.T. Gnggs.Really 4400.tot Corporation 17 block 10 to See the most exciting boat news for 1963 presented

Richard Fortner et.al to George
Stephen Beck. Loci 6 and 7, Salerno .
a Waterfront Homes Acreage Pines. 1200.:! THURSDAY' OCTOBER l'


Plans Afoot
Starting at I P.M. during/ our )

For
Honoring .
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Whitfietds/ ". :Jr 10.
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Plans are under "y in Port .;RYr ... ...
4' 'x "" r c'1$8 \
Salerno to help Jack and Gertrude .fAwn. .
"Service Means So Much" (Mr and Mrs J. H.J) Whitficld : I
celebrate their golden wedding anniversary ''' 1
Saturday, Oct. 3. Y (1

LOCKHART REALTY 2 to Open 4 p.m..t house will the civic be held center.from .. '. ."

The Whitfields cam to Honda '
SEWALLS POINT AT. 7-1777 from New Hampshire in,March'Of ', : : :' : :' .' : : featuring \
fe i (111)BUILDER'S the year following their marriage, '
and they've been here ever since. .
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at Mr Port* Salerno Whitfield for waa twenty postmaster yean. I- ,. : 1965 EVINRUDE MOTORS 1

OWN HOMENew ,
Two new instrument, Id Inatyu ?
the nutrient. in milk could influence 1965 '
", extra brge 12 I bedroom 2 bath, 2 car attached arac*, the health of of consumer FABUGLAS BOATS
and the economy of milk producing ,
beautiful interior with buili In ulerro and T.T. Completely .
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lands.
lernw furnished* and carpetetf. A real Talu at 20000.00 excellent J, Featuring the exciting new "PORTOl'lNO" j


SAME BUILDERNew REAL t.... LSTAtt....L'J FOR SALE 191 r' 1965 21 FT, T-CRAFT BOATS


2 extra large bedrooms 12' *IS' Florida rOOm Hi'balM. Looking fora '

$13,000.00.U'. 111' kltchem Small and down dining payment area, attached garage. Full prkt New. Home. ., j 1965 STAMAS SPORT FISHERMAN

Look at i
Refreshrnehts will he served .1' :

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f|. CREEK FRONTAGE Woo drato-- Our et tile few rtaiaaihn walnfrml pr.p.rtlrt 1965 MODEL BOATS :e.:.r.wer. ..w sires.es.rewp.d fa.l .wimy. 1965 MODfi MOTORS

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TILE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, October" 1, 1961 1-C


\MadeFlying Visit to Stuart and Jensen Beach ,' { iJ'
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Know State Amendments Is Advice of Tom Adams Here I Iyear



i h, year 199)AMENDMENT' first i t $:000 of the as'oC'scJalu 1'111' and that the next $5.(MX) of amendment does not seek to changethe
K Bronson, County Commission AMENDMENT: BOARD vote or appointed the County .
> I of : 1-SARVSO alien of tax exempt homc'lt.hl I *",",J valuation (from $2,QUO $*i,000 Homestead Exemptionfrom
Board Public Institution, !
Counties
W. h. -
Chairman Frank c City
OF REGENTS allow the Legislature I
SecretaryOf Commissioner Jack Hartman. City I I involved are E-.tjmbia, Lake. FA COUNTY IIOJIt'IiIUnEXFwlP'fION. : property in Sarasota County itull 10 S'OOO) shall be exempt from taxation for other than school
Manager Joe Crowder. County I to establish nine-year terms Martin, Okcechobre Palm, Beach, provides that the be U\ahle for ihhool: rurpov.:) Station for school purposes The purposes
Clerk Dorothy Pierce and Edward I of office for the members of the Putnam and SeminoleAMEND1lENr -

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board which oversees state colleges -0'
StateIn T. Murray county chairman for : 6CIIOOLSUPERINTL"mt'i I
I the Martin County Democratic I and universal (Board of
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r. TAYLORCOUNTYrptemits
executive committee. Regents). The present Constitutional *. local For Beauty
Below is brief of provision prohibits the creation option
a summary election in Taylor County only as
of office having a term
the amendments. They will be any
VisitSecretary to whether the Counts Superintendent ,
placed on the ballot in the order of membership longer than four of Public Instruction hall be''I j1.i do 6n) I I. '
in which they are listed years. 1N
elected by popular vote or whether

of State Tom Adams AMENDMENT! LtGlSLA-- I AMENDMENT: tSCIIOOL he shall be appointed by ,. "
made a whirlwind tour of Stuart TlVfc REAPPORIIONMLNf CONS1 RUCTION BONDS! extends County Board of Public ,
and Jensen Beach Wednesday! aft. to the year 2.000 the bond I lion. th'l ,I \1. '" !t
lives constitutional sanction to the funds for public : .
ernoon In an effort to park interest program providing AMtNDMrNf: : 7- : '.
existing apportionment formula of school I construction The """
I in thirteen Constitutional I : I j jThat
I KNCY: SLtXIXMON: Ot
the Florida Legislature It provides 'amendment would continue the r
Amendments that will
the New 3 ballot appear on for creation of forty-two present method .*>f repaying the I LIC OmCIVLSs jives the PUB-I WWLe e
long Senatorial districts on the basis of bonds through revenues derived islature authority to provide
Adams down with I line of for I 1.
Secretary sat economic affinity, gcgraphic area I from the licensing of motor vehicles a succession
about twenty-five at Jensen! Beach and population There would bea '' it increases the maximum ricers to insure continuity of gooernment Z
and fifteen at the community room total of forty-three Senators, one I' bond interest rate from 4 per cent I operations In periods 01''
of the First National Bank. from each district with the most I, lo 4>i per cent and provides an emergency resulting from enemy i r-
He told the group all the Constitutional populous county having two senators. additional method of determining I attack It further authorizes the
Amendments are important instruction units for the purpose Legislature to fill vacancies in of
to Florida residents, but fice as a result of enemy attack
The House of Representatives! lof distributing the fund.
that he is afraid the public will ignore This amendment would permit the
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would be composed of 112 mem I I II Is You.
them in the voting booth because I bars Each of the sixty-seven counties AMINDMENT: STATE moving of the State Capitol from Yrvh ..
they cannot understand SCHOOL FUNDS provides that Tallahassee! to a safer location in i
i least
would have at one representative .
them. the principal a* well as the interest such emergencies. i
with the remaining forty-
Adams also noted that most five representatives assigned to the of the State School Fund of maybe I AMtNDMEN: I 8-1) t TI K: S
(written explanation to date have larger counties in proportion to I used for construction public O*' COMMISSIONER: ()to' AGRI- Pelican -
been long wordy and couched; in their population. This amendment i schools, including junior colleges 'CULlLRLt: deletes reference to
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and universities. The Constitutionnow
language difficult for the average provides for reapportionment 0 f i, the from the Commissioner of Agriculture's vi .N 1 yl y
voter to understand He asked 'I the Legislature in 1971 and every the fund permits to only be distributed interest' supervision over matters pertaining r1 Beauty Salon
those present to study the amendments ten years thereafter. to public lands and the Bureau
brief them in their minds : In review 0 f recent United AMENDMENT: SSCIIOOLSUPERINTENDENT ot Immigration The amendment ( Evening by AppointmentMyrtle
and explain them to persons who States Supreme Court decisions on : : permits a removes trom the Constitution' ref I
do not understand them. I apportionment, there are indications local option election in certain erence to matters over which the Clark Claire Scraatu*
City and county officials, and that this amendment may be counties as to whether the County Commissioner of Agriculture no
others, attending the meeting at i,; declared unconstitutional. and removed Superintendent of Public Instruc longer exercises responsibility SNOW IN ILORIDV Looks like it all right, but this It A hank of while sand just went of the FEC 21S OSCEOLA AT 744141P

Stuart included Slate Senator Ir- from the ballot. lion shall be elected by popularDON'T I track In Jensen Beach on the south side of Commercial Street, Rccoyni/e the pi ice? I
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--- JURY TRIALS, 1>,,U>": COUN- .
)'YI allows civil J jury trials in
branch courthouses in Dude County """n
The amendment modifies the
BE MISLED requirement that all county offices Another First at the j
be in the seat. It does .
county require ., ,
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however, that the principaloffice '/
,. of the clerks or other officers Bank of Stuart. >, .' "" A 'I ,
flMlflCllU. ) be maintained in the county ,
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"" I\ItNU\1t.N! : : I JUDICIAL :. .
BEFORE YOU BUY! CIKCLIISi I Increases front sixteen : ;,.
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) to twenty the maximum numberof } ...
CHECK PAN-AMIRICAN TIM
r circuits that may be
CO. FOR THI LOWEST MICIS judicial the ..
\ by legislature. It I .t'' ., i1t
REST QUALITY A STRONGEST
that each circuitbe
judicial
requires
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ryllU CUARANTII INDUSTRY! composed of a county or con >
tiguous counties: having not lest 1, / a'
"* ;!J K'STOSttl' aui Ntut.a.u..i i gKRM than fifty thousand inhabitants except t : /"rtR/ : t
iyc"44r 't(
CHART that Monroe County may : ? .
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TIRE COMPARISON constitute one circuit irrespective .
1964 of population It further provides '
tl/a1NTIOeeOM11NNIfl0AaEI1laTICEOUSD list UNI "NA IIN1COMIAN that there shall be no reduction In \ l .,'

PREMIUM .IUIOIH' DIPLOMAT the number of circuit judges residIng ... '.: .,
GILLETTE EXECUTIVE PIEM. tXECUTIVfMIUXJCHAM' in any county as a result of
*. sAaEncnisASP.B.F.GOODAICN CHAMPION any future changes in a Judicial !j.,1 =
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FIAESTONL SUIfMI COMMANDNISO :h :- circu'LAMFNDMINT ,*. '1'1' .'
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IONOMI------I 230 ., 1
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CUSTOM ,III'WHPI ML.WlAtNEIDoueuEAele 1U1IONAL REtlSIONi' providesthat .. 1"
GOODYEAR IiPPtcusNio/s, cither branch of the Legislature
..TM.AI .
JEt All TNIOENIRAE may propone a revision of L .
t GENERAL DUAL 90 uittYj all or part of the Stale' Constitution .t'
1"1"100 WINTER SUNK! MA, tint' ] subject to approval of the
AI MSTEI
I U.S.ROYAL ROYAL people. Under esu,ting law, the "
Legislature cannot itself draft a "....'. I
FIRST LINE revision" of the entire Constitution "
U PREMIUM but rather must leave the details r"
.t. up to a Constitutional Convention I Don't 12%
interestor
1TTE : pay as high as
EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE which does not submit its revision .
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GILLETTE& 10 the reopill.AIt.'ioUI1f.NT. : "
PREMIUM NEW CAR ORIBINAl EQUIPMENT QUALITY more to finance your new carl ,a"i
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NYLON NOT StCONDS NOTCHANOEOVERS ...
100% DuPONT NYLON ION OK (AX TAX MRROUXSi A. J
4 FULL PLY NOT PLY
extends to the 2011
NARROW WHITEWALLS MJV A. . the allocation of the 2 cents "Sec .
4 FULL PLY NOT 2 PLY c /WRITING .w 11 11IN and das Tax to the Stale Road ."". ..,

,""T..N....A ,.IN...*.W.Will P.S ., Distribution Trust fund. Presently 'Don't be confuted by
.*,Th.awl S..k." MoNn s--z5 0 itES.rK.r.w..r.iwM I this money, derived from sale payment
e.r.MAMAAAA AA..A n A ,' AAA//,. I t of gasoline, is earmarked through : charts concealing 0' ;r4"'t

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GUARANTEE D/S
-.r. -- -- intercut rates of! 12%
.....-rrrM Mw AM. or more.

136 MONTHS-30,000 IN WRITING TO WEAR MILES .-.rM....-........'..._.. .........'Jrm1wJ750x14 Sails and Snook The Bank of Stuart docs not /O INTEREST

use such rate charta! Coma '

a .Nr..rr.fW MMw.a.i..l.W IHI 111 lnX..w.M! < ...TUBEIESS.' ... ..17.07 Gain Citations in and di cuM auto financing
ON NEW CARFINANCING
I My.w..n.a. .- IM..A.1..... 800x14 ................18.10 with one of our competentloan
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r.M .A r.A.w ..r.wt"27l. 850x14................ 20.17 From Sail Club officers.

i 900/950x14 ......... ... 23.29 The Stuart Sailfish" Club has AT

TUBELESSWHITEWALLSin 600x13.. .............. 13.94 issued a citation and a release but.
MU ton to Denis I. Murphy of New
raid I 650xI3..14.9.700x13 Orleans for catching and releasinga

700x14...............19.77 I ................16.02 sailfish. while fishing aboard the THE BANK

750x14................ 21.06 640/650x15........... 13.54 Hilhe, with Captain Bill Todu

800x14 ................. 22.06 670x15.............../'14.59 cither Citation varieties i issued of fish for sailllkh and PAY ONLY OFSTUART1

850x14................ 23.88 710x15 ................16.00 Dr. Paul Harding.. Orlando, six- q":,

900/950x14........... 26.12 760x 15 .............? .. 18.80800820x15 foot eight.inch sailfish Or William ). MAP: .

600x13 ................17.37 ............ 21.SI.. sailfish E while Dill Orlando ..ven.fullt :
fishing aboard the
FOR EXAMPLE }?An
( 650x13 ................. 18.5I TUBE-TYPE 'J t' -Slipper II." with Captain Clifford : ., .
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640x15 ................. 20.12 640/650x15/ ............ 11.95 Hemleb. $1,00000( costal only: $40 interest #> *

670x15 ................. 20.52 670x15 ................13.27 four Robert-pasnd Him dolphin, Orlando, while, twenty fishing : per Annum, repayable monthly.

I 710x15 ................. 21.71 710x15 ...............14.95 aboard the "A arybob III," tth .It I'

760x 15 ................. 24.28 760x15 ................16.72 Captain bob ScrmuherDave ':. ,'

800/820x15/ ........... 19.92 L Goodwin. Winter Psrksailfnh. : '
800/820x15 ........... 26.04 .. (.eurge A. Tutlle It, Winter ANprHg'a. imvicg HNDKMD ONLY AT riitttux of ITVAMTCUSTOMEILS'
.Iw 44N 11till N. Park ..dr..... while Ming } IIOUKS

aboard the Onnct II." with Captain t ..
,) 11- -Aoktl.iwr
: WHEEL ALIGNMENT BUDGET TERMS A. A WbtUcsrllemun ;
....uu. Pahokec. r.enty < KRCUUR BANMVJ HOI'K1! DRIVK-IN W1\DOW "

t BY FICTORY PAILS and kMW-half-pound. stink; Dick Monday Tbm TbtuwJayc RUt am to 41W: pm 7 M Ins to ftOJ: pmFrUiy
I LITTLE I Dunham. Rubins Ala, Oa. twenty 9M: am to 7JO:: pm 1M: am to 7.30: pm ,
TRAINED 4 8a 1 and one-fourth-oound snook, .' .j !ISalurdayi fOOamloNows 7JO) ntoNao .,
MrXllAMCSTEST: 25waglltrf' A. Y Bryan If, Laiarent, 5. C. i
.. $ fourteen and .......I'-pound srmuk; : :"..x ,
STlf-HINC te and Hubert John lager West IM-
1 rywoud. l...lve-f>ound., teaouncetno
t ADJUST: CAMBER ADJUST CASTER 0 k all caught in C. "inside t .

il ADJUST 10E-LN A TOEOUT waters. :": : i
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NO REGAFPMLE' EXCHANGE NEEDED! In the+W) OUO.two tone ceiUurkt of awl| sonw60JUHO .hew :.. .,': ,t t' JL3A.NICSTUART::

ba' pro.Juce: I
lost til t\t\ tan .1t jour ur rtfvKtu if unfttiMV. 1<1....." rotc
0lrictt 1dn In 1J1 ta UllO IfOUfTJIC c CE[ TN United State .ka* enoughoat :,,' : ..
I to IM& pprounuudyyears. 1,100

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..Hf 2-(' THE 9'fUARTFL.) NEWS Thursday, O. t411/l'r 1, 1964 I FRIDAY-Continued I Next Phase Will Be St. Lucie Canal/ to Taylor Creek

TWO-It Continental ClnaamoM

COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS I 10.NO--.IS II.MeN..... Harriet Crate.
lOiOO--I Moor 'MnnhandktdAltomooa IGIANT

) $2,746,000 Levee Construction Is Under Way'I

I 4-wTT =1 ((03.1.!) WSTU B.dlq Btaari-go llattan eta*. (a._ *a Monday.. *mot) .
I: B- $., $". :., Wfcor ta tt.Ntb.. I tOO-10 Movie tadr Oani.tor'4iao
(lb. -w 1.1 e!( yfTl TM) TV .... Uattat. a** fcnnk. -4 Movl. "..1..> of tk. Bea
'"b 1 0- Ms.n A.BC.) *d) by th* tl 10 rw5oa* .ttni. Th. Bt.. 7 MovU, "..... roinofl.ld Pi I ., .. ---
., II- w.st l'aIa .... *rt Nw* t. ... MDOMlMo. (M MI .40-1 BttuUO ...._ ,, Job

--- r '! Hoed...y .. j1.'.--s: -; Big on

WEDNIDAY' i"VI4oaa.nlu""
WEDNESDAY Continued
IronlnfMow ." t. k,40 "fin w e' ok rtIfil a ,, .r.rr .rs U
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.IG--I( Revvrlr" HIIIMIIIo.Ull East Shore
ShkidlBir 5.00-4 e ., BpirM, W..k. ,, .:,'
Monitor' -4 nick Yin Drko Bkov. T 11_. 'acted..
4 I*.. s.1dhl..Orw I' 110.10. Iwaed. of Tnon Delp"IolaTI
(Haw .. Monday extent)
4rtS.-.4, tkiirtM' rumnrMcr .Itaaala f Mlokr Maowloai"Ull : : I.. H untsl z Of 'Chobee

Literatim ID TnuietaUwT .t o-I Oar, wmiuna B...... to If_.. W._. t/er II N. ii.( i d 1 uYt d. a. v f f t ?t.
te0Tvdy e.1,00I ..... I"" B.......'. Lawlli'S ..owi30 w.
10q -.4 Boat of tk. Pet
TaakklI *
Mo*.** "Mem*** at Oio Weditlnr. Uta.ydh.ay 4 additional flood
I.'f l.; or.t.rr.Mrr.kUr .. ** Construction of
II Tbt
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Alter*** I .. ..n 'l'1oaetre .,... control works ,H now under way
II ( lea bj.- ._ ."...... It,<\ in Martin County

0.00-00(c'"t MU/ "StMkfiptt. far Two"too "t r0o-a7. ri ..woahm. ...'a S 14<1 r
"'30_ M..f. tho Xlro" -4 Mo i.11b"N, Pal Ou.. 15 Bum Ovohraa Now* : of the governing board of the Central
7 M."N"I IHrbydee"t4 11'*0-44 Towkrkt. with John Cno ,11II-1 'Tk Mou.Ur.iM ." :::
.-l "Ioot.o.-r I* ..**... ..HnNkw. Bf ..4nm(* T........ ,'.......*'. and Southern Florida Flood
E..ln. IS wllH TL.N.TnURSDAY* **.>. 'h. 1I.U .." Control District, announced thin
... HI. ... Patrol l
-4-1 .* Bportt. W....... Tda0- 4 ....b.W. w.' a large dragline and barge with along
7. Newa nr.Warn wIn T '" ;; r arm conveyor system recently .

Movt.'. "Th. Oar Falcon" OCT. I 1,00 14-11 dennyArmt. Datblw 1 J ( .i started work in southwestern
tlO--lt Ommwit] ,
5410-4 ", KtrwrtalMn "a Martin County to enlarge the
OilS-I 8oa Boo ..
t it
10 Now*. Woatfcor. at*** N 1 y 4-1 bob flap* '; K 1 yA the shore
New< (Sam. 4. mBt) 14-IS Add_. Pawn A Herbert Hoover Dike on >>

IS .. .MS- 4 ...... .......... *......* nor-1/41 V.rntde. T of Lake Okeechobee.This .
.SO-4 N. mprtiv.* from /..eB ..* ...11 7..).. UTlleb 111th.
S Huntler-Brlnkley. Report ,.>>.-4 Mvl. ..Huwovor Square'lOiOO t Ivan Twn USA.IOa fllu Oo4 Is the first. construction in
IO e mrtoot -4 Movlo" "Lure of tk. gwarn*" i .. 0-, Pal VIM 0A Martin County under the federal-
12 Chryonn / Jek II.... '
't.S-4 Nw_WalUT Cronkll Altar***. I4.1S It 0-rt..'k Mink. 1 : state Flood Control Project, Scott
t-T Now*-Haltlof BrlBkktyTiOO (Ram u Monde. Meopt) I5te1' t.--- 5. : to tin said since completion of Bessey
-I Dralh' Vallor Dar. 1(00_II slab. 'Rte. Liar 1 Jab *
-> BatlUlln 4tSw-4 III...... DarC ...,..... ..14-IS Flab. of tiw W.k t : Creek Canal (C.2)) a year ago.
; Th. tionormoonort. .. tow-4 Portrait ",, al4CIE Y tt I, ,,' f The work being done by subcontractor
IS TEA I 1.X P4.Men of tile T..ko. .. Tli* |>.u tlvi & Smith Inc of
T 15 Nlirhwwr Patnt. Reynolds
7:30.4 CBS R...-. M.vb. "Cod. B"trrebf
5.T Tllo VlrilnlM 1545-14: : M.be IhwS5ars Lake Placid, Is part of a $7,746
14-I1 o.il* and Harlot ? 4e." law., *.*"*. aped III IA I 000 contract awarded in November
1.01-d.5 N... 1111 1 '
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10,IS Panr Duke how a Wsbe lli:o-klovU, "'' Avxwor" i wt 1962, to raise and improvethe
IS ? : Ptrm.der r_." 1 TMl,ht ': I"S."S.::.> U.... dike the east shore of Lake
I '' M MeN. "Manlwwor". a on
R..... 1.04-11 MvktwaUk' -VMWtf Okeechobee. It is expected thatconstruction
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will
be in
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T "_ WMtkwTIS SATURDAYOCT.
Scott noted the
Lraml a 1 fie ,
111 ti.l-4 Nawa-Walt- OrmklM 5 5 Flood Control District and the

T 4 tOO Call-4 tk HIlk04. Doeto.One Ma..fId4 rrI4 Army Corps of Engineers are fin

Hnrhelor .'.tker Sue.... ......... "......* l tt alizing plans for construction of
C ... .. ....*
Tilw- 4 ItanUI Boon Unum from Levee the dike to be built
'I4.IS Th. ......._. Cooler. ) .HO-4 coed TIM ( 47. big
.iOO-4 Prry Maao .K4 -14 Atm CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: 7 0.. Blow B..rn4 ., *-1'-IS Nw4TlOO between Creek and the
eau Donn aVod >> -4 Cat..*...*".. Taylor
RADIO" SERIES Blew- 4-T Irr kUdMW S Ho..bsr Cuoaldv St. Lucie. Canal. When L-47 is
...11 My Tkn Bas 1'. Clew
1.,1-4 Pwwb 14 Cartoo Can.).... finished-probably some time in

RADIO STATION WSTU 10-11 ....... .dM _IS Vn...". TI.... the next three or four years-it
.. -..4 Nulls* of tlalkasIdIt Til*-4 Arno..lMrl .*...* rl will complete the encirclement of
RAOI MONDAY 7115 PJVt P.rlua PM| I Foa club
1-7 Ha..l 14 Lou .."..* the lake with levees Ultimately,
4.,o*- 4 Ike D.taada. elw1 II... the Corp and the FCD plan to
*
S-t HfMtory Thontro +4 4o.lo* frlMldl
14 Dink Powell 1.00Bup.rnr raise the lake stages to provide
15 Jimmy Dan S Advtnlur Theta much additional offresh
greater storage
How : :
10130-1a Th. Plonow I Fun Club
II New' KevortalliOO 14 U,." Bob water supplies.

can -4kTllaw' *. Weather, Iportt 15 N.w. The construction now under
IS ....* 4.04. -11 Mae'). 1'1.-.
11 ilO.-IS N.... ".11.... ........ ":HO-IS Warn.r Mr**. ",.. ... way south of Port Mayaca Scott
It.ta-4 Movie.{ "Th. Ho.1It $11-11 Rank Billy aid, may give Martin Countuns
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I learnto It Movl I.. <.RlnllM.* T Spar AnnlaIS j an idea of the type of future construction

ilO-I Tonl.hl wkk. Johnny Can** taaa Bunnr planned for the county'
(Coir, ,110-4 Alvln HhowS
11 M.rIWIf! Boapbox Deb western shoreline i .

;" hltw.M1. 14 Happltr HoN DIKE BEING RAISED ON WESTERN( KIARTIN" COUNTY'S OKEECIIOBEE SHORE The Corps of Engineers it also
4101-11 MoabFRIDAY B SO-T nn *aao Tuxado
pray? "" 4 HMtor H.hlOLe (Color. ) ___ at work completing a study of
f hUallla florlll. c future possible canals, spillways
14-11 Buffalo) Hill Jr
OCT. I 10.00. -4 Qulfik' Draw MOrtwt SATURDAV-conlblDM SUN ,\Y-ConllniitdAfurawM MONDAY-ContlpucdRlkw Continued and dame which may be built

THE TRUTH U...-..... dolor. .*..0.-4 OunamoM 180-1' *> r.IMlIdtS tv.jkif throughout the interior of Martin

Morninggam (OtIS It.-),14'h.n..n.Un.l.l ,Hk lOilo. -IS Moot. "Th* VolvH TMeh! 'r tOO-4 Mr TJvln. Doll -4 11'....... .. County. The Corps recently received .
Son--i1 M. WMtkrr, port4
IN THIS ( ** Monday eie.pt) IS 1'10. DoputyIOi4I ..? $0.55..
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II "Mori' Bin, Qulrkaand
I, !I CHEAT BOOK: tlo* to RPM ""''n'." 14-11 Annl Oaklorll II100-/. S, T. .>. II Now' .0.10-1 Joy Blihop MowlOtOO 1<1.... W e deer 14 Nov* tIx. 'tnui(* PnM, of complete this study which has been
>00--4 Unua a. LkmhcaaUd. IS Movlo i -4 C.ndld Cmn II Ch.,_. Adolph HW.r"1,11ta'0.5. under way several yean.
CAN TEACH 4-9 Den tk* Mno. 11,011Top.: IB SoorU I.7 Th. ......".. >i4l'-4 Nmr*-WalU* Ooikrt I ..) _
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Health with Key to the Scrip. IIyA'hAllir / 14 ralkw.....I. Land Pro..10II $ New ud Wtk** 4-t.II B.. Call 50017ha.'i: :: tr : U'N.C.t,.B. .i4..-.4 Mm Wallw Cronklt
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.ill Tk Hnd Hoar 4 OeeteJa Kanr*. 4 Danny K.ye Bhew
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Installing 1 powerful Jimmy 0a thaw It PotvoiirH
Christian .
Science T l ntontk Hoer
Cross Fire It actually like moving ,Ihamplonnhlp Bowling .II.>>-Movlo 4 Faltk" for Today' 111. -H Marl. ,too-4 II...... "Mr. Boft TsbAs OCT. T It Dick .-...n u.dns.oo9i
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(1 Null Winkle It Kepert ld1-4 Ce. eP ..lf. (Bam M Monday sell) IS .h....
station. You'll tee sharper clearer 14-11 World of Oftrm 5t1W ISM Nsn .!.-.14 Fanny .ComiMny. Id M vk'> "Yo. ." TiOO It ContinontaT. ......... ",3-4 Mo.4w ",'''. Plu.d.r. ....'
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aim: civ in the Okeechobee Waterway .- u> i. ki' iur Huh ,in\ .unit.HI li"ii,ILI-. TIIF STUART (Florida) NEWS
Stuart Chamber's Past Year Filled promoiMm Association which 4 aids slevehap.publicity who iriss| Interest m Sit,".nt t. lies Forged Mortgage I !t'hur-stay. October 1, 1964 3-C
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ha ; I his lag an ill-tixinlv .HII't .akdItau
mane relative to Stuart to Fort I
lemsess Beach this category of economic dr I Charges Fifed rhoodol" Qdion and Helen De
Myers mute. Wish
With Activities of Benefit Area : the Stuart Chamfer oa mwtcU the vaktainent: inquiries an acknowledged hon. md dated ,m July 1955, WM
held .
to ewer and another mortgage
&wet1y- .fnttt aMrVcMkry A BmiACade then referred I II I By Dehon, Inc. mil' note lor $2*800 was -gn-'
this'
knk4f yea* special -
A of the cham-
objective cd
prime to Kramer. Kltedltum and Me-
,
OWA hrodiurt wwdfttribiiMa
4,000 Guests (It I assisted Martin County Flower welcome station, provided materials public, the chamber phI sual,, setup and HuppJwd' to the MUmd Waterways I !br. widening of U. S. 1 IIImu"h.j "\ Miami Firm haa herd in 'tame Thurman
I Growers Antoctation m sending r for new tNcher'slliD. observed received: attention .this seat Wi koine Shttkva at Fernaiv- I out the county, II Nina completedwith a Martin ('", ml> Circuit Court Next.. the mortgage WM stifled
I local contontants to the Miss citys fiftieth amwvwsary. erected A :2\!\XXKBTU air' '<.ondition r MM dine Beach I the finishing. touches: of "beau MIII that a mortgage( on .a "section over from Melame Thurman to
Used ServicesAt Florida Flower GontMt. courtesy signs on coostmcticm: areas I instilled M June What wtdefMlftof A new permanent emblem h MUNC I Hlwmhtn and II....leg for deditaiion ol oceanfront property, on Hiikhinsoii Kramer nnd klenbrmfl and again
Among continuing projects were: of U S. I. C co-sponsored the Um U S. I encompassed the pwSmg A n enthusiastic successful Oit *. Inland IN foist, ffwidulmt, in f'chruur1'I6, (), an Instrument
the Office circulating the fifteen- m i nut..Paradi versify of New Mexico Florida lot a new area. provided .!wb three-day nieniKrship canipaigfl A modern' Stuart is now obviUHIS and a forged" 'Instrument.'' wet signed,, satisfying the mortV -
of Sport"" fIlM; providing alumni reunion and the cros.'ateBoat.CIIde parking at the west *kof the was conducted) by \tvtunteers In to the heavy East Coast traffic LXhon, Inc.. plaintiff in the SUM, *
Stuart Chamber new material for the city directory as well as han building along with .1 i lighted fn- November, much o< which will now want minus Hirnld Kramer, trustee Dehon Inc claims that the de
which held its annual of Commerce ana variety of Florida regnttrattoM' for the annual mount display Trees hireling.. Pertinent inquiries art forward* to see more and be .phuumd. with Benjamin klicdman 1 and Melanie fendants 'aim' they have rights and
membership guides and magazine* hMiung" hun- cees Labor Day Beauty lin'l I !southbound motoristsn. '11 of th* toot promptly to members who !benefit our beautiful. dry Recentry! the I 1) Thurmun ,i, defendants inturests In the property which are
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time meeting on activities Monday for reported the at that dreds of colorful citations on thir "Our office at the strategic building were rtmmcd! from 'Vacant There is a membership newsletter chumKr has Uttltd. lo the city According to documents filed against the pluntitfi rights
past year. ty-sit varieties of fish totally S. I and Ocean Boulevard location lots to give clear viability *f Filing the suit for
ought Ment awards were made meetings of p*p rrf owners" todetertniM ue-hon Inc: says It purchased I I.- the proper
Promotion of the Stuart area to for Stuart Sailfish Club, and make us host for all Martin County I neon block loiters A new typewriter for special business 1 improvements fun** ewer !. 40) fret of oceanfront I ty listed ,is government lot f ti section
improve its economy continued as providing literature to state line ;' said Mrs Rosaleen! Murray I was aJ"I"! the indoor and, letters of commendation went A ninety.foot hori/onlnl p4M1"1 In August I M. township! 37 range 41,
the primary function for the year. welcome stations, Florida Showcase manager During the year 4.000 I equipment with g n, bamboo! to otherThis year's membership: I I'a< requested for CI'Olll-I a e 19"__The first_mortgage, held by_ was 1I11..rt1Thomll. Thurlow
Such activities included: distribution and other information center out-of town visitors used! our services shades in the work( area. 221: "u.inflfortyf: ", personal bridges.sas.i.r.aaeraawa.
of 28,500 retort guides, 10000 ,-- \. and we received numerous I The "Let Make It Eas\ to Shop Information was furnished; for
() ) J of these at the World Fair; The civic group participated in compliments on our complete attractive in Stuart" campaign began with I city and county twirwts and visitors I PELICAN LANDSCAPE
distribution of county fishing maps, seasonal Florida I Development I facilities i trial removal of parking meter : as well as relli"lratknIina" I +
Okeechobee Waterway brochures Commission promotions !such a Detailed information; on local works, whereon Urge "Free" stickers and information service for new Ocean Breeze t AND NURSERY
general and specific information Picture Yourself in Florida' and campsites has been newly compiledand were attached and loiters: sent and prospective re ilentand humus
sheets, and publication of a new kept local events on statewide I published. to downtown firms urging 0 If. nest firms. l '
revised! city map-brochure. calendars Finger slip, signs and payphone street employ parking for heal l lbenefit The chamber Is headquartersfor News Specialists/ iaLANDSCAPING
The chamber sponsored! a new I It maintained a community were suggested to the cay of customers Shortly after Stuart Sailfish Club and Shepard -
twenty-minute sound color film I I: events calendar for public convenience -I as improvements at municipal meters were permanently removed Park Docks
"City By The St. Lucie"' participated and visitors' entertainment. i docks. Clerks were i issued badge A total of 5.139 persons visited MRS. RO\Y IMHLD: i ii
in newspaper special editions Sponsored' the Fourth of July Parade The chamber circulated a quts- in November saying Say Merry offices for some service: this ('uwrespundanteaserpuwwt | l i
and added new mimeograph operated a promotional booth I tionnaire to member tourist facilities Christmas" with Gifts Bought in Tear. plus 4.101 telephone inquire ---eaaae.raaaaatral DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
ed "Stuart Story" to mailaway material at Martin County Fair, and gave I for the Committee of 100 and Stuart Survey. were made on !ken and 4,056 by matt. A libraryof
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!later printed as a brochure. housing assistance to new and participated in talks with other .Wednesday one.half day and hoti city, telephone, business and RlUNION IIFin Maintenance
Mailed out fifty photos of the shifting residents, thereby alt I o cities. concerning: special promotion day closings The \\'t'f'thlecheck governmental directories is maintained A reunion of .a number of the Supervision1'
unique U. S. Highway' 1 sorry assisting property owners i of travel on East CM routes telephone" warning; reins continuedto The office sent out 12IIno( ) lust winter residents 0 f Ocean also/ I
we're torn up" signs which received The chamber sponsored an act I "Where To Go and What To .be beneficial All .memberswere purees; ol mail and .900 0 letters accompamed Breeze Purls wan held. this weekat .'.
.wide publication in newspapersand in the annual benefit Variety Show Do" lists various scenes and !provided with postal schedules by related information. the home of Mr and Mrs II. S. t 1A r
magazines, supported the Hans and supported a community beau- : sights in Martin County and short Personalized replies are mad to leDuc: with Mr und Mrs Roy I Wide Selection of Plants i
Lukat Olympic Tryouts Fund and tification group with representation. distance tide trips" for the visitor Cognisant of the prime importance all inquiries driffin/ and Mrs Bank Cain as t
participated on the Jaycee Spot home-based in this area. of our estraordmary waterway The Stuart Chamber calls on the co-hsslease. at divas ('fry Muh, Loop K nul, Palm City Dial ?287-1918. .
light" program/ The chamber served as an area To better serve members and system. Stuart participate Martin County Committee( UN on Lak )Huron 'l 1 hose< atttnvling -.- .- I
were Mr. and! Mrs S K, Wilson. .
.... .
of Mnuwixid. W Vn. Mr. anal : .
Mrs Howard'' Jitxthunvr, Green
stile Pa.: Mr. .and M... Forte .
(jravev Mr, and Mr*, Ton/ Kuihe. CALLING
and Mr and Mrs. Harry. Ihaip,
ADVERTISING all of Hint, Mich. and Mr and
Mrs. Jack; Kinder of South I yon.
: ;' Mkh,:
all n LONG DISTANCE?
# ,,:.. : t
rank Richardson: is confined
v '.It: li) Martin Memorial I llowpitul in
Stuart at the present tin' !hut we
hope/ that he "soon will ha home,

Mr and Mr. John/ Swisher Help Yourself to
"PULLING POWER" were wekomcd hooie .after "upending
the summer In I Urrivhurg' I'u

Mr and Mrs L Haker have Better Service
arrived for the coming seaman' aft
er a nice vaoMtion in Muhigun.
Mr. B.ikcr ,is ninth needed to fit
ABCVIIEN the places thut were damaged.. in
the hurt-ban as none of his, workon
patios" failed dining the blow
IS AS SIMPLE AS Park r'lIilenlfoe I 'lortunul to ,
have catch: splendid mch./ and
John Togneri lo build them. I hack |
according to (ho new Kfulntinm, IM |

\ YOU PLACE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IN t ,. and Mrs, Arihir \\ : >"
have returned from their summer
vac.tkm in/ North Ration, Ohm. (
They hud! a nice trip I I'* bin. hut
are happy '10 "b< hortit. igiiMi, '

tuart Mrs W.Harry are worry IrMwr lo i is learn in a honpn thai! i t yer

(&!lle; JA In New Jersey and l that JIK. Pill. ", DIAL

in the. hfxipital and' Mrs In Willnm Columbus, IXmmy(JhiuMr .

are topeeled" this week' from New
YOlk :Mate. and. will .he In Ihtlr
winter bane m HroHtl Sired

Mrs Jenny Hunks hill! in inter
tiny summer visitttig, tn C wnu
and Lagmanla I ., Muskegon' (| While ..
Hall, and (CwJtllu, Math: then"
: teak a frk-nd." Mrs Hani Men rl
YOU GET GUARANTEED AUDITED PAID CIRCULATIONWhen
with her lu Bland. River. Canada, I r l
and they fi-dwd In Lake Huron
circulation figure to it is the latest authorized Audit Bureau and caught perch, fourteen inches: !
we quote a you, long: then she returned tn her

of Circulations statement. It includes only paid in advance copies to subscribers, cop. I home her.. w

ies sold on the newsstands, and over our counter. Our circulation records! arc audit. Mrs. 7 hr' 'klr.1I"
I from a sleet *un
ed at regular periods by a national organization which certifies to all advertisers: the anal A lour irf l*tv{*

exact number of papers purchased by potential customers-not our I Mr, and Mn. frank Richards"
h.v* Ares visiting also daughter.
total press runs, not any extra copies used to send advertisers proof i in Jacksonville hwl .had. H shorten

of publication not any returns which did not sell-but genuine sales. e 1 their*.vtfttUwi by Mr kKhaiUiIllnes ,,' ,than dial the

'This is the only paper published in Martin County authorized to I Mr. and Mrs Mrtrrn. Revwtll Irk ana Bode of the
have returned from !theta v*' ili, ii 'fir y' city you're culling
display the emblem at the right. ,. In New lerwyMf. If different

and Mrs lI.rllldchrllClkl /frornyouri*
...iv* returned from Mil, ""ikccWI.
) .

The regular hridg .luh ,'f the
B park met riMty end heal these
Mhlrs." Prim went. ,n> kit rl Hint
: YOU GET READER INTEREST THAT'S TRIPLED/ legion, Mary Ws std" Al t"J*, q air ,' fh

Th rri'.' pMwehle (club met' :al
Mrs.. ,1th' fh. nil.,
Leonard
<
Surveys show that around three persons! read each copy of 11ic.t Stuart l'ews. Ikcnuse arurrminn. rrtm went. I... Mr A
Chart this is a "family newspaper, our circulation is compounded ''llle figure is not exact, Rosy J"'ickl.

hut it is safe to say that our "readership," as compared to our;};irculation," i. :more Mrs Dorothy wm.m, bolt returned

than two and close to three" for sold f h.n. after a Iwn.wrvk
every copy ;/4 j jC skit" with her parefii Sit .nd
Mora William! Heaui'krrk Her horn
IsUilcneyOiy. N I. S seral pit t
Irs wen given M her honor while

hrrt Friends have heard from Mrs. ad the
"i hug hick.. thai she hi arrived number of the
: Ia fauhtr Haden, (1tr1II..". ands person you're
YOU GET "THE BEST IN FLORIDA" Salting! .Kf. ..Mr and Ktr hw** pllinR,
blnJ'a 'lmdy. ,VM will !lie "hum 1
thovf Chekwmas. She spint, lhummer e
For four out of the postfix years, The Stuart News has been accorded the Sweepstakes m New Yurt !flan and

Award, highest recognition of Florida Press Association's annual I contests-judged by Cloy tar, to Germany from .New Y *k %, ,_

out-of-statc newspaper! authorities-and the other two years we came in second. This,

in competition with all weekly newspapers in Florida, from the Panhandle to the Keys. %'Of'n"tUIfUIUln
Yes dial
direct
and
10 lir IISIS> I get tho

ON MOM>*Y, Ocr IMonJjy. fastest service at the low station-

Place your advertising where it will tel re Thane wall btr a mama can to-ctatlon ratet t
Oct 5. rt TJO pat For complete
ulll-/11 the very best medium available tn rhf Junky High.. cekterw< 11w dialing
.. Information consult
Your hometown lipW will bit M0Jrj Math.mur *
paper ." Anyone tnicf...iil M this.. your telephone
ot "'.IJlcm...!." H MM.J W directoryf: ;;,
myth w1. Pwrow of sludnit* taking W'/
IDile ul1 N.elU. dw mailers 'inailwnuiiic cnur,, .
arc 111I'114,14) aumd. Then will./ lot Southern Relrrtt
a dncuMHM pertitd fur tans ,
to * wt fa' kph '* but ..*1 .Cw+af.iitf.is&si
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: : ,' wJe, :tund Hiuus ERNEST LYONS't. COLUMN.

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..; THURSDAY, OCTOBER:: 1, 1964 The Song of the I'' I 1" O ,


h' Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard, Open Road StaysIn

Stuart. Martin County. Florida

', I Entered M eecond-class mail matter at port office at Stuart Florid Tile opinions expressed are thoseof
"0
Driver's EarROAD t the writers. If desired, lettersare
: MEMBER OF: printed above a mom de plume'
'
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The News knowing
the name of the writer. Let.
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
4'4 NATIONAL IS STILL rolling under me andit ten sent in anonymously are filed
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS is wonderful wonderful road. The hum la the waste basket-1 he EdItor.

of tires still sings in my ears after an 800-
GORDON .LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS Editor mile round-trip to Tallahassee/ : last weekend WARDERS TO ARE COMING:
.0 RhllRE IIERE

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida $4.50 per year; two years FOR A FELLOW who remembers the narrow Editor Stuart News:

$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these ratei) brick roads of the old Dixie Highway on We are leaving for good old

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $$00 per year, two years $9.50, the upper East Coast, and getting stuck in Stuart on Oct. 4 and our home la
Six month $2.7J, three months $1.75. Golden Gate from now on out.
a flivver in gumbo clay roads in and around ,
Please lend
our to our home
paper
and Canadian rates on application
Foreign the state capital the improved highways of address Route I, Box 458. Indian ea \
modern Florida are simply unbelievable Avenue Stuart, effective immediately

We are stopping at Florida

YOU CAN LEAVE Stuart well after lunch Slate University to see our daughter '
:
Welcome Governor Bryant Marianne the down. I -p', ,
and have supper at sunset in Lake City 1 have on way _
The combination retired as a passenger!
of the Sunshine Suite Park
conductor on the Baltimore & Ohio
Welcome to Governor Farris Bryant John Stuart Garden Club as the result of a benefit way to Wildwood and marvelous U.S. Inter. Railroad running the Capitol Urn.
state 75 to the northward eliminates all side
R. Phillips chairman of the State Road Dc. at Kinsale contributed some $4000( toward ited between Pittsburgh! Pa.. and swJ
; partment, John H. "Big John Monahan. beautification of the parkways and many traffic. all town traffic and all billboards Willard, Ohio, after forty.four

:board member for District 4-and to all those" individuals also contributed to this fund as years service.
who will be here next Monday afternoon to did business firms along the route. THE ONE DANGER of the stretch is After looking over Florida for

II celebrate the dedication of the last link in William F. Ambler, Stuurts efficient superintendent the monotony The turnpike and interstate the thirty best yean in the, we picked Stuart as

the four.laning of U.S. I Highway in Florida.I of parks applied his skill to Instal. road both go through wilderness country and have spent the state past ten ten yean winters ago,

I Particularly we address this welcome to lation of a watering system and to the turfing their regulations-fend off human settlement or there and if the Lord is willing,
,Governor Bryant. In his campaign he pledgedto and planting of the parkways commercial enterprises! of any type. While the we will be there from now on out.
the people of Florida that U.S. I wouldbe What four.tuned U.S. I means to all the turnpike has its plazas there is not even a I won't tie long getting my boat

: four.lancd for its entire length during his East Coast of Florida can be seen in the unknown filling station on U.s. Interstate 75 For all in the water after I get my reels : wwrw rt
I I term of office. The ceremony at the new number of lives saved and accidents the evidence to the contrary the super-highway oiled up, fishing and loafing with i

: Stuart bridge!! at 2:30: p.m. next Monday will prevented on this important artery-and in of 1964 rolls through the wilderness of (the nicest people in the world our
I mark the fulfillment of that promise. the thriving business districts of the towns 1864 You see more herons and COWl. than neighbors and friends in Golden
Gate and Stuart. I have lot
A great deal of credit is due to the local through which it passes people. a to.
learn about but learned
fishing ,
I committees and area realtors who worked Even before its formal opening in Stuart lot from yet
a your columns in the
valiantly and against odds through the next Monday, the business face of the town FROM LAKE CITY to Tallahassee you past ten years and always look for. t
I : yean to attempt to make U.S. I four-laning has been changed as new businesses rise alongside drive through a beautiful rural countryside of ward to reading them and learning

r .a reality it and old ones spruce up. green-grassed oak-clumped hills, with pastoral more 1.r-
The logjam of years was finally broken And this is only the beginning One of farms and inviting old farm houses" They're With best wishes,
= when Martin County Commission borrowed the largest food chums is soon to begin Con gathering in the corn with mechanical corn C. Don and Mary J. Warder

$600.000 In secondary road funds to furnish struction on the route in the city It has pickers and baling the hay with mechanical Willurd Ohio c' >;' iu

right-of-way through ,the City of Stuart attracted) enterprises never here before, suchas baler Automation of a sort has replaced! the Dear Don and Mary; J s
After that step was taken things moved Royal Castle a new car wash not yet field hands in North Florida agriculture We welcome you. The best timeto

swiftly-but the final shape of the project opened and a number of new automotive go fishing is any time you can
through town must be credited to Stuart sales and service enterprises THE SUWANEE and the Santa Fe Rivers -The Editor

Chamber of Commerce the City of Stuart and The News predicts thut within two years were in flood and at Live Oak, where they had A + 1t
Stuart Garden Club working hand in hand. perhaps less, new business construction along eighteen inches of ruin lit three: hours a filling FOUND COLORADO
Original plans were revised! 'to allow for U.s. I In Stuart will far exceed the $4.000,(0(10() station operator told me that low parts of the RLAUtK Ofr. NEWS:

landscaped parkways. The City of Stuart spent to improve the road and build a parallel business district were still flooded and more Editor Stuart News:

working with the Florida Power & Light Co.. two-lane bridge than 100 homes were under water A sink On July 17, while on a trip } "
devised a magnificent system of overhead Roads mean progress.-and this road is the hole was swallowing the towns new $300- through! the Southwest when !s VkVVP' t ,

mercury-vapor lighting switched on for the biggest highway progress step ever taken in (XX()() high school and children were going to checking into Spruce Tree Lodge,
first time last week. Martin County classes in churches. Mesa Verde National Park, Colo.
we handed the registration card to
the gentcnian on duty. He tookit
THE OLD TOWN of Monticello should studied it and then remarked

J" be preserved as a piece of American history Stuart, fla., eh I )just finished! 0
; State Audit Reports for Past 14 Year With its business district clustered aroundthe reading Ernie Lyons column in ji

F courthouse square and a four-alded The Stuart News .1.

laiiiiiuiy: ;; ;;; clock atop the cupola it is as American as I was very agreeably surprised OFF FOR THE MooNI Well not quite yet. but soon These two astronauts are shown familiarizing

: : Train the Fourth of July back in 1880, There are to spread find into that such your remote writings parts had of themselves! with the moon-landing vehicle being made by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation .

wonderful old homes! classics of ante-and the of Bcthpage, Long Island, N. Y. and Stuart
where would
country,
Salaries and post-bellurn architecture when dignity and least it. The gentleman you is .
expect :
Spent $610,897 on -- - - --
built -
)4 grace were into our dwellings Robert Albrecht Tree
Spruce
.. ,.. ...,., ,
Lodge, Park Center Mesa Verde MANY GA VEIn .. .tMaa.s..aax. I __

It Expenses; $46,485 on Right-of-Way BROWSING around the old stores of National Park Colo By com pur- 10 LONG! FAMILY: -. -LET'S- AUGH
Monticello, my wife and I saw a fourposterbed Ing notes we found we both got a Editor Sluart News: -T day s O"rUii tOur ,

of a bygone era that was one of the most very great deal of pleasure and The Kiwanis Club of Stuart, on I.IaaMaallat n 1 ''r allttr 1Ii. a r.J..a

The Florida Inland Navigation District The board, which sanctimoniously suyi that beautiful pieces of furniture that I have ever satisfaction from your thoughts behalf of the Robert Long familyof It There are fast-talking slow thinkers
..Commission, which has taken a dog-in-the it quit levying taxes in 1955, has been feeding seen Antiques? The regular hardware stores expressed In your weekly column Port Salerno wishes to thank orchid this week goes to and llow-talking fast thinkers

manger altitude toward both tho state and itself on the sale of waterfront real estule It of Monticello are still selling wood-burning and artcles the people of this area for responding Coach Bob Collins and his Martin and you have to watch out for
the Florida counties which it is supposed to cast-iron stoves Dutch ovens and iron wash I thought you might get a lift so generously to their County Senior High Tigers who. both of them.-MounUincr. Kings
has frittered away $226930{) in tax money and out of knowing you are read not alter eighteen consecutive losses
!
: ,
for shelter and
of its food clothing
serve when they requested some spoil pots. I found one of those old caM.iron frying plea Mountain N. C
lands for public recreation use may have $272,528 in land sales cash the audit figures feet only at home but in the far away household items We also wish to had enough intestinal fortitude to .
two across that will hold
puns enough places as well. beat the Brahmans
of Okeechobce
show--mainly on personal! services and expenses thank the local radio station and
''I, come cropper .It bream and catfish to feed a whole family at Sincerely yours The Stuart News for the fine on Friday 13-0 with many of the A minister was called upon to
Frank Wachu. chairman of Martin County one frying and lugged it to the cur Clarence Hake manner in which their need was local I lads playing on both offense substitute for the regular pastor,
L Commission, which will ask the next legislature Its altitude is shown by its refusal to give made known to the public. and defense for a substantial part who had failed to reach church

to abolish the district Is a certified public Long Island to Martin County and the State "WHAT ARE you going to do with that Dear Clarence Hake: Ten Mr. and Mrs. of the game. Congratulations: fellows because of a minor accident. The
You bet I do. All days .
accountant-and, when he finished a study of Florida for a seashore park I Instead, FIND thing, ?"' my wife asked "Why, it will be are bothered about newspapermen saying the Long and their ago two baby boys and don't be the first team speaker began by explaining" the
r of the state audits of the hoard for the past told the county and the state that they would ideul,"" I answered. "When we have things in their home lost all their belongings in a fire this season! that Scacrest scoreson meaning of a substitute If you
fourteen it appeared as as sell it for around S2txltOO.) () )() It I Is reported thatit companyand wrong town Let's have a winning streak break a window," he said, "and
unnecessary which their trailer
years have to fry a lot of fish, this will do it ina and being able to say the wrong destroyed in for then cardboard there m.
a fifth wheel on a wagon cost FIND exactly $1 I for one hundred and thing in Colorado the Port Salerno. The people of this a change. place a
hurry instead of having to cook two or three at same time stead of the that i ft a
The original purpose of the board was eleven acres deeded to it by the I J. I I. Board batches" sure ought to sharpen me up. I'll area should be commended for substitute" After windowpane the sermon. s

to acquire right-of-way for tho IntracouMal and $1,301 I for the rest argue with you though about their great compassion! Christian QUO ABLE I QUO'IKS: woman who had listened intently

Waterway and spoil areas along its bunks, Martins member of FIND, Henry Beck Colorado being a remote part of charity and brotherhood which shook hands with him enthusiastically
did "al "I I HAVE NEWS for you, she said. "That the out there this they showed in this hour of need. Some men succeed by what they
the majority of which it acquire as man, vigorously defends the navigation \boardIn country: is a remote and to compliment
big frying pan won't i work on an electric stove part of the country.Urs Few if any knew the family and know-some by what they do 1 ; wishing
most'a from the Internal
gift ImprovementBoard an article elsewhere in this Issue He sayi him exclaimed, 'You were no
and few
because none of the burners is big enough yet they were u concerned about t by what they are-
that the board Is using its money wisely, Is Elbert Hubbard substitute-you were a real panel"TkkJer
'
for their if it had
it and If you put it across two burners : JUST HONT plight as happened
It,. now apparently exlms for th? major conscientious, conservative and efficient : Waukegan 111
it will crack the porcelain In between Don HUNK ABOUT IT to one of their own. If these won.
purpose of providing lush Jobs anll travel expenses Wachiks ks figures: ho charged are biased! tell me I have to buck to Monticello and derful people who answered the We get twitted now and then .
for a little bureaucracy that hus been go Editor Stuart News: on how we made this The personnel manager, checking
call for help could the country
From the evidence supplied by Wachu. all urgent see
buy wood
cast
arrogantly selling land that could be better taken from the stile audits the expenditures a iron -burning stove to fit my A sequel to your I little story radiance, the glow and the look of Well we took the whole business, the job reference of an applicant -
I used for public recreation. major purpose frying punTHENCE. about the ninety-five roosters which new hope in the faces of Mr. and of course It s not just that corner asked! the mans former employer -
should be halted
\ being Just to keep itself going Immediately by an Injunctionto you lost your appetite for could Mrs. Long they would know the that we took away from Mexico. if he was a steady worker
Out of a total of $784371 spent by the stop further suits of its land. The lands to Tallahassee the roadsides are he the story of the hard-put mountain sincere gratitude that j is in their When we got it all together, we "Steady?" came the reply. "Why
I should revert to the State of Florida for public (now Appalachia) family that he motionless.
hearts got a very shapely I country-the was practically
Inland Navigation District Commission in the beautifully landscaped. and! there are no
recreation with retained and finally got around to butchering a best .
use spoil rights continental cut in all t th
past fourteen years only $46,485 has been billboards I mean no billboards Period. pig that This deep faith m the brotherhood e
(he duties of the commission should be t taken pet had a great deal of world between the two oceans and An unusual and outstanding first
of Christ i what
But is makes
spent to buy rightof, -way. there art plenty on down from Tallahassee fondness for bones and meat in the
It has spent the staggering total of $610.847 over by the various county commissions to St. Petersburg on the blatant West Coast t. in the garbage fed to him scraps America the wonderful unique Robert right FrostContentment temperature zone.- price in sculpture went to a the cur'a I

'I on "personal services and expenses," Includ The county commission already are responsible where the roadside advertising of subdivisionsand At the dinner table a few nights, << country that it is, despite all our toady shaped form bearing shaped this
sign "The sculptress
ing $10000 a year for the past five years fora for securing rillht- f-way for stale tourist t traps even exceeds the shameful later one of the "younguns" while human faults. preserves one entirely with her tongue"
salary for its general manager, $84.000 fora roads and! Engineer Corps dredging! improvements exploitation of U.S. I on the East Coast nibbling clean one of the chop Sincerely yours from catching cold. Has a woman Someone questioned the exhihitor

Washington representative at $6.000) a, year hones casually remarked Porkie The Kiwanis Clubof who knew that she was well : "Who is this talented sculptress ,
least five It should be load would of sure loved these bones Stuart dressed ever caught cold "
(there are at Congressmen representing not much of a for themto IF a ? No, ?
eleven counties around) ( in in which YOU HEAR the rumble of a far-off Have a nice lunch. By Herbert P. Rosmarin. not even when she had the reply.
the ), $10000 assume a job only $46.485 has "been scarcely My cow came
battle its Haydon Burns and Charles Holley Sincerely.GeorjIC Chairman Boys and Girls a on her back. "
rag -Friedrich That'shersalt Moun
commissioners salaries and mileage, ; and "travelexpense" spent on rightof-way in eleven counties for block /-The
fighting it out for votes in Pinellas County. DuJardm Work Committeetheir Nietzsche
taineer Calif
of $14,650 fourteen years! Weaverville,
At first I thought those political billboards -- .
looked mighty fresh to be kft over front the

Can You Come With Name primaries, then it dawned on me thut Haydon
Up a Descriptive was giving the old college try to a nest of Weekly Pay Deductions Lull Most Folks taxes art not as high as they in fact are !
Anyway. it nice Mr. Summers.
I Republicanism on the central Went Coast. was a try,

For Confusion Corner in Heart of Stuart? Into Failing to Realize Amount of Taxes

I
STOPPED to visit our son and his family

I We think there should be some simple words, and these words should give a fitting at SL Petersburg Bill and Jill and our grandchildren PLOPLE MIST SPEAK LPGiddmgs r

name to identify that Important If'UIln down. description of the intersection Debbie and Mary, snug in a trailer (Wall Street Journal) full wages due without witholdmg. on the ( Texas Star) ,
while ho attends Florida Presbyterian College first three Friday of each month On thefourth
town Stuart where Ocean Boulevard Colorado Understand? Then send: your entry to The There Is an art to mobile home living and I Some employers who have strong feelings he withheld the entire income tax due. "\\ hen we sit back and! do not express our II
Avenue Flagler Avenue and Dixie Highway Stuart News about h yh tuxes in and about federal
P. O Box 1047 Stuart Florida admired the the folks utilized general viewpoint or raise objection to ideas that we
are Intersected! by the tracks of the Florida It way young every personal income tax rates in particular have Mr Summers figured that the employes
or bring to the News office at III East bit of space and yet !had a sense! of roominess. do not believe In. we are hastening the tins'
Cast: !t Coast' Railroad Ocean Blvd. Let us have them a* soon as It Is like living aboard a cruilercve)1hinaIn tried various ways of dramatizing the tax thus would be property impressed or stunned when we will. not have the privilege of expressing I!
In{(Tact so do think it is, hue to their One is to have by the size of the governments! assessment
important we
possible! so we can announce the winning its plait and back in place after use-hut employes. way our views If we fall into the hobsof
that we will give year subscription to The the cashier worker his in He also figured that so long as he was compelled if I
a s name in the near future: I kept thinking" Where would 1 fishing pay a gross earnings taking the path of !least resistance or
Stuurt-News to the person who comes up tackle?" put my cash let him count it. and then ask him to to collect the government. taxes forit. ..e fail to say NO when we feel no b the right !

with fa .name we think is appropriate If the hand buck triune" dollars due to the govern without. pay he was entitled to do so as answer- vn if it M not the popular one t
I person j sending in the best name is alreadya nicnt economically: u possible or monthly instead of then we are saying that the ideals that our

subscriber and the chances are he is, we'll Docs Our Orunge Juice \\E CAME BACK vw Arcadia and Cmphic as that nay be. It is cumbersome weekly forefather died for were! not important (

just extend his subscription a year. Encourage Barber Ban? Okecchohce City. Arcadia in the deep cattle A. "karl' Summers president of a West Virginia However the Internal Revenue Service Express yourself! Whatever the results, whether I

t I I Now we think the 'name should be short country is a tovyn I would like to know better; photographic service firm, thought he had a strenuously objected to that procedure Mr. they go for the moment more in the directwe ;

J L and graphic: That I.. not more than two Clementine Puddle ford reports that the it, too has the grace of a bygone era. Beautiful better Uc. He started U> pay his cmpkiycs Summers refused to change it. and went to of extremism or away from H. we will knurl
Beatles consume two quarts of Florida orange eight and ten-room "two and three-story federal court He lent his case, the judge in our own hearts that our own attitudes and'
._1 -- juice at "breakfast each afternoon They homes built forty or fifty years ago remindedme ruling that the law contemplates deductions action contribute to the results. A nauo*

The Stuart New will furnish photo prints have their first meal of the day at about of the rlneal'pl ror.perity mansion alongour the Open Road whispered its last message being made from "each pay".-in this case gets the kind of government it deserves! LC

of size* up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture by 4pm day... because they work by night, and sleep from Indian that built River thou Where homes'did the.I money liked them.A come. look) times have changed," M said weekly and that Congress intendedto employes us deserve government t y the PEOPLE."

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 enjoy the "easy installment payment plan
fellow could have for
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional The. Florida Citrus Commission! is making tackle" another for books one another room for'fishing shelb AND I LOOKED.. at the hundreds of comP "*o"extensively advertised in commercial selling .
ordered from the the much: ado about the breakfast I drink of themopmancd 1 talk! '' Maybe we were fa the old l
s print same negative at and sea: curio, another tat a workshop, another houses,, ttwuUer to shoulder lawn pretty poor
i tame time; larger I sine by special quotation. singers. Next in line should be for Stop dreaming. to Lean& where the Pnut-Whitney workers Just like that as though there were no days, but at least dune store didnt have! Mwe

Stuart Newt employees will not take photographs the International Barber Association in protest live. Pro>perous Americans The pioneers of difference at all between compulsory button layaway. pUns.-Changing Times

except<< for the newt and advertising against! orange-juice drinking since it is Monhccl.0: and Arcadia had you heat They and uV cxercne of free consumer choice It .
of Th. Stuart New AROUND CHILDS 1 saw blue-faced .bad. plenty of for their tackle ls hard to marvel! the .
fishing not M some official ,
column obvious that it causes people to go tom long wilderness lakes be fished room way When be twenty. a ma waned to s. .
just begging to fur
company boot, and. rationalize us withholding designed '
for dot Ww1 can a system the world When be be M
forty want
between haircuts just
and!, at our own Indianiown. in the sunset bh
fll for fv &less money, to lull the payer inw imagining ha save part at his pay dunging Tine

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aw!;;R'A A SWM TEAM :MVKI5Jf Tile Governor Speaks: THE STUART fFforlth) NIWd
Band Director JlO C IU8ftTsaucsta IhupMhiy, October 1, W4 I-C
JUPITER NEWS - -- - -- -
Hunt llub'aE swktMtttng
Given PlaqueJohn the diroaiof Mist MHO WANTS TO TACKLE
MRS ANNA MINEAR, Correspondent pho. 74MM3 0. has jmHpd form Academic Freedom Is Like PHOTOteOMERIZATIONtStetson

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... rSS3a
the Gold University .baa csedv'e
"i' ,.. H. dine
Hupp popular
0IItuI Association of the A.A.U. National
from At
of $8,400
a grant
tor ot the Jupiter Marching Warriors m& Is training lor the. fall meet Science Foundation to war

Junior Women Hear m recognition was pl'ClCntod'uh of his live t a plaque years have Many won of gold the dung pins frock swtanwrs the The Freedom of the Press I participation port an undergraduate program in rises the .ribI da>

!service to the school and community Amtrican Red that
l nova, stiowiM I partment of chemistry accordiffft
by the Band Parents'" Association they have swum titty mile owing My FARRIS BRYANT I broadly acceptable conclusion 01'' ernor" ought. to be subject to Investigation to Dr. Theodore W. Briber i hM .
Principal FultonRobert at Uft auuual OetAcquamied" lilt. summer. Muhavl Dykslug| (hat particular problem I am eon.crncd. ; | think that Is a power of the department.The i I
supper at the school with two has done Governor of Florid I hand that the constitution
cafeteria gold emblems : on the one we that history and program is designed I to em'"
recently.Richard Over 10U miles Within recent weeks there has do nothing to limit a proper exercise I places in legislative bodies. If we able qualified undergraduates Id)
W Fulton principal olSeacrcst the .Pease, president introduced the shimmers, who male their been considerable public discussion of academic freedom. On the get ourselves In a situation where grow as independent scholar I in
Welcoue-New-Mntlnrs\ dance the other Ult -U. who are atvcnty-two minimum laps each: other hand I equally concerned we question, that legislative right
High School was I relative to our system of higher science. It will furnish scholarship
speaker at the Junior Woman's guest at donated the JTJC. building had been Stanley Stevens vice president; day at first did! them slowly and education in Florida. One of that we. do nothing to restrict I we tear down the structure of freedom to four students to carry out ref

Club meeting Tuesday evening I their table to the Junior Citizens for Mrs. Helen Calvcrt, crciur: >, and an now racing against their own the matters which has been injected the power of the people to express itself. search part time during the 19641
Mr. Fulton who spoke project. Mrs. Betty Long lreai>urer. time once a week One to two into these discussions la that themselves in all areas of govern "It is not just enough I think, 65 academic year, and full time
"Education Today, Yesterday and on Plans for a card party at the Mr. Hupp gave the calendar of miles a din' is their regular Mint. of academic freedom nicnt.' And there is no area ex. I to hold up academic freedom as during the summer of 1965. The
Tomorrow," particularly stressed I I home of Mrs George Ludwig on band events tor the coming year Sties Lasilo! said. Set-ups and a This mailer goes to the very eluded the e"hll" and the bean and say project Is entitled! "The Mechanism I
the need of public kindergarten Oct 15 were completed. Club and explained the method' used in rail which has been graduated from heart of learning. It addresses it* "1 he people have a right to restrict "nothing must restrain it. We must, of Photoisomcnzalion.."
and of more modern methods of members have the tickets for sale giving I band awards to use students 100 yards to a hall mile are part self to the purposes of our stateuniversities the Jl.wertthey do so I rather turn our mind to creatingthe
teaching. Mrs Joseph! Aim Mrs. Daniel Plans were made for the bund! of the training. and the climate: m 1 1 hey have a right to restrict the mechanics, or a framework, The mal lines of the CsnadU \j
Hull Mrs. Charles Love and Mrs. Fifty-yard pm have been awarded courts-I think historically, they in which academic freedom
Mrs. H. A. parents' part in the coining: hire which they operate. It involves can an Pacific railway between the
ident and Mrs.Nessmith! Donald, club Ares! Jack Mathews were the hostesses Prevention. Week opening day to JackieVhitc, Laura Thayer equally the responsibilities of our do so. They have a right to reside I I be properly exercised] without sacrificing I Atlantic and! Pacific require the ,
vice Haulip, for the evenina.Luncheon. sponsored by the Jupiter Volunteer Cricket. Ronald and testis universities and of those who the Legislature, and they do so. I the restraints which a society use of 38,000,000 railway ties. I
president, who
representedthe Hubhs, and Rickey and Beth LI I therefor I don't want to see" usget i
club at the state botird fire Department: : 1 hey will teach our young people. And itgoes I which lives under the lawas ; ,
meet serve meals during the doly)1' the rouser\ also to the right of the ourselves into a situation here Snow-covered Mt. Fujiyama fat
of the Florida Federated Honors "people we have hoped to do, must
Women operate
ing Clubs :in participants. 'Ihe/ teatun-d events Junior and Senior Red Cross to raise! questions about how we set one group aside and say: ." Japan is an extinct volcano. I
Cocoa
s Beach, told Life Saving badges were won by But you are a law unto your. V
are a parade and the Miss Flame our universities are operated.
of said the that plan the for tour the of meeting.Cape Canav.eral They ''I! Past PresidentsThe contest in the evening at the fire many of the young swimmers thIS Two years ago the Board of selves' I dent think it it enough I GA STORAGE [
summer to 'Well we are gentlemenand Some
hall. Control with the Distance of representatives say birds consume half their
would be I the highlight of past' presidents of JupiterWomena Frank Ford showed from the state universities we are patriots and we are weight in food day and WAREHOUSE
moving pictures every
three days of work with little Club welcomed
a I were at (tVSIALLKIN( PLnts intellectuals, and therefore, we
pleasure.Mrs. ot the band from its inception wrote a policy statement on younger birds often consume more
the Past Pre kJent'l Reunion lunch-
RHUARSVLSCoaslul : do not need 1 to be restrained] at
academic freedom and i.
I Carl eon held at Jupiter-TcquesU Junior under Mr. Hupps direction, respunsibihtea than their weight a day Storage by the
Comolli announced all, because in an ordered society
I live years ago to the prewnt award Players started! their rehearsals which has served as model !- .
that the small profit derived from Citizens building Tuesday. there must t bo restraints on
j Warriors on "I he Third! Bent Sport" for governing boards of the everyone
Mrs. Vincent J. Wclp West winning' band.Jupiter Marching (this week Oho play, written by nation. or else there Is no law, and EVER TIME A FOREST Day Week

Palm Beach District 10 director, Eleanor and! Leo Bayer is a satirical Tho hoard has been concerned I if there Is no law there is nothingto FIRE STRIKES 1 Month Year
was also an honored guest at the protect acailcmiu freedom or swear ,
Salon Candkkitc I comedy laid! in a setting of a that this freedom consistent with
8 luncheon.The Accept manulacturcrs' c convention in Palm responsibility, exist upon our any other; freedom.; USED FURNITURE a
program for the event fea Jaycee Invitation Beach. campuses in line with the objectives Now I think that the legist- ; ; YOU APPLIANCES
t lured Mrs. Freeman D'ke.ho Jackie Brett has the feminine lead which the board set forth live bodies frequently go elf on
spoke on "Personal Appearance." To Speak at ForumSam with Billie .key. Charlene TraenIy \!- I m its policy statement and that improper tangents/ hut I don't want GET BURNED A1A GOLDEN GATE
of )fBeauty In addition to Mrs. Dyke's timely and Owen foster in the supporting I wholesome atmosphere exists atall to>> create a climate or an orderIn
talk, Mrs. Donald Davie program Clark of Cocoa Beach national roles. Joe Henderson isdoing times. I share! that concern and which legislative "bodies' cant
chairman assisted by Mrs. Ver- director, Junior Chamber of the mule lead supported by some time ago at a news conference investigate the governor." Any gov
Commerce and Jerry Thomas, senatorial
non Birong and Mrs. J. J. Mes- Dave Bogue I rank Both, Stewart I had! this to say: -- .-- -- -'--' I
ka presented Ihe history of the nominee, were speakers at Mclver Bill Haas and Ray "! have spent a great deal of JOHNS I FUNERAL HOMEFounded
tne Jupiter area Jaycee on
club interwoven with meeting
the national I Ihurviay night Uarrett lime trying to define for myself Florida PulpwoodVolume
events since the club's founding. I Tentative dates for the play are academic freedom. It is, of court. ,
Past presidents attending the Thomas discussed! the amendments !- DeC. 4, 3. and 6KIWAMtNS a part of freedom. I
PROFESSIONAL to the State Constitutionthut I
luncheon were Mrs. Mark With- "It doesn't rise to any higher RoseFlorida
of Stuart. Mrs. Frank are lo be voted on in Novem I.MIRIAINJtltt : 1916
BEAUTY CAREV1RGLMA am. now levels or sink to any lower depths I
Seubrook, Mrs Code Colwell ber. He also" urged the Jaycccs to kIDuThree than other elements of freC Mrs. Dan Burden Mrs. William be politically aware of what is going ,900 cords of pulpwood! taut 'car
hundred "It is like freedom of the
Sauter, Mrs. R. A. Diedrich, Mrs.J. on Into include the schools youngsters played pressit JH per cent more than the annulIl
and school afilU"! in that awareness games, romped" and climbed is bound by certain limitations. I
Howard Cox, Mrs. Rusel Sut- volume five comparedwith
everything in tight and rode the It is necessary. that .it. carry certain years ago
he also told the about and
B1 men
cliffe and Mrs. Shirley P. Floyd a 30 per cent gain throughoutthe Experienced personnel
the kiwanis 'kids' Day' and certain r"p"nlllbllities. -
the problems that arise! for legislator privileges
who is one of the founders of the a Ikla ; : South the Florida" Mate Cham
kiwanis Park SaturdayCcsnlc'si t The thing that I have been
KINNE Owicr i in the of Interests as on '
club well press \her of Commerce reported
as as past presidentAnnouncement facilities to accommodate)
and! mind to achieve
events striving own
each constituent wants>> something prices were my "1 his volume of pnlpwond was
Operator were made ol f diflcrcnt. of the morningpie eating, sack I Is first a distinction between academic
FRANCES REDDISH the annual card party which Is to races, egg throwing, foot races and freedom and academic license. made up of 2.I2I.NH) cords of families of all faithsR.
be held' at the 1.TJ.C building on Sam Clark in a clear, concise: pine cut: front f standing forest In
other eonlesti." At noon the children And secondly, i framework :
talk, told of the advantages that the state. Ib7,4o< cords of hardwotHls -
Oct. 5. at 12:30: ; and hours for
lined up for their picnic: lunchof for the proper enforcement a f
be gained in leadership: training and ZJN.ViH cords of wood
the Thrift Shop 10 a.m. to 2 may
Now Featuring- p.m. hot dogs nuked beans and! Ice whatever restrictions a r e appropriate
I each Saturday, at the Woman's by activity in Jaycees. lie cream Great fun for: all they ccported. r. jdlle'. Wood residues, formerly,
Pedicures I Club building on Orange Avenue.Mr showed the seven qualities that wasted or used as fuel, are saw
make executive "Obviously, unless each man is mill and
up quulilications chips" veneer cores pole
'Relaxing Facials'OPEN I needed everywhere-and then Robert Harp,. president of Hubs to be a law unto himself there piling. trim cull crosoiics and the
and Mrs. Stanley W. Har enumerated those qualities hat Sound-Jupiter .Kiwanis Club was must he someone to say what the Ilk,.
and and Mrs James Mee- in charge of the event with Don law Is and I
I vey Mr lead to failure. I relative to that rnun, "All but two>> Florida counties
: !MONDAYTHRUSATURDVY Faucher as games leader and have not been able to arrive at a
han of Elmhurst, Long Inland, are Dale Blodsoc. Jaycee publicity produce wood for the state's nine
Bob of thi
Peterson in charge
the of Mrs. pulp nulls or for plants 'In near
guests Harvey's parents chairman, announced that t h. food. Don f archer; complimented
I Mr. and Mrs. Gil Intercity Rescue Squad will haveits by stales, Good forest practices: are
George the Key Club members highly for former home. Miss Doreen Sillier .
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536
ambulance paying off in many I lorMa conn- C. Johns & Ronald II I. Johns
lette. Loxahatchce Drive. on display at Jupiter their help tn handling 1"J.kI'I." has returned from Odessa! with
Post! Otfice next Saturday. In Beck is the .. Club president lies but twenty-four counties produced
Key her make her
Harry grandparents, to
peaking of the Meel'Your-Can- this less pulpwood last' year: than UCUSStll:. : FUNERAL DIRECTOK3:
tome here.
didaie Forum which: the Jayceesare year- .. five years, ago. f,, k'd.\b '.* '. 'j
HEARING AIDS sponsoring at the Jupiter school BRIDAL !SHOW I R fUR Mr. and Mrs. C .B. Case. Ight- Pulpwood production and Its 'lit MbUNtotfiV

r on Oct.: 15, Bledkoe wid that twen h IIVKKIbl: MM MUM Drive have returned /from atlendiinl. cash Income Is possible STUART ILORIDA AT 744J4
Acoukllcon! and ZenithService ty-one candidates have accepted thunderbird Mountain Club, N. only In counties which have for. ,"
invitations to attend L. B. Clerk, Miss Harriet Sims of Stuart was C. where they spent the summer oil l fire protection. 1
s on all makes Instruments manager of the Chamber of Commerce the honor guest at a bridal shower .- ._-- -- ------ '

is in charge of getting the Friday night at which the Wom
AARP-NRTA special program by candidates. for the meeting. en's Missionary Society of t h eFirst Slide into the spacious new Ford Interiors.
Acoiulkoa Southern Methodist Churchwen '

COAST GUARD; SUMY hoMesses.Mms Insert the I (works' cither side ) :' *> J
twin-edge ignition key >
4 Free hearing lest hi home or office COtRit; IO SIARI OCI. 6 Sum whose" marriage to up
David A McCulIy of Avon Park
t'tr' s.caA.ry Batteries, cords, molds The Coast! Guard Auxiliary I'klilU > and fort t Lauderdale, will be solemnized Fire up Ford's livelier and thriftier new engincs.chhcr( Six or V-8's).
32, /hiss announced dates for at the hint Methodist!

Hearing Aid Center Course the up-coming(, and names Public of the Induction, iiuirueon Church 1, i H the: daughter Saturday of evening Mr and. Mrs.Oct.: Feel the smoothest t ride of any cars in their class (or possibly any class))

AVENUE FORT PIIPCE 46I-3J66 A. b, Sims formerly of Jupiter
709 ORANGE Listen the Ones.TestDrive
to Quiet .
1h course opens Oct 6 at the Inland Her grandparents, Mr and
clubhouse at 8 p.m. It will run for Mm tli Suns, wer Jupiter piotucrs -
four[ weeks, meeting each Tuesday and her parents Mr. and
and) Thursday night. Ihe instructor Mri Arthur Sun, founders of the
will include, besides guest instructors Methodist Church here '
YOUR PORTFOLIOHave from the Loran Station Miss Sim. and her fiance who a Solid Silent 65 Ford.Bfliyour\ ears !
anti the Florida Board of Conservation is an electrical engineer employedby ,

had It reviewed recently? Are there better opportunities P. Gladwin, Dr. W.Jr.C.Frank Wilkinson Rickers! R., tarries Systems, Inc. of tnginecrmg Fort Lauderdale Labora Quiet i i. the measure of car quality. So take: a Lkgant paneled. 'Inirrlof. rich qiiilutd upholstery" rut pileyUm
available? In short ii portfolio performing in Silent Flu ventllatlosl
your ctnirt .
carpm.ni. rear arm tuu.
Commander William make their home in fort
Bob to
flagg plan drive and the
test Ilitcq. to
accordance with your investment objectives? Becker, Jack; Ltabrook and Trainng Lsiulcrdute. uncanny quiet standard on lame. SMMlcb' clung sir with Windows rlnwd.

1 Here at Hirsch Company we maintain a Portfolio Review Officer Jud Hall. Those' assisting at the' shower, of all 17 new Fordi. Compare their smooth, f... Ford Cslssle 500V-wlitk. new W ... In. "Blf- Sin" tin

t Section. You'll receive a completely objective, freih ap- Small Bout Handling and Safe- which was held In the church hushed ride, their quality feeling against my I''lne fur letter miltuyfl,smote punch. V 1 snuoUuMta iuungni
ty Afloat are two ot the topics parlors, were Mrs. George C. Call built! rClf'".
fur
Sell fume ever a
of current holdings. specifically,"Buy- quietest btnljr
praiial your to be studied.Eighteen Kin. George W Call. Sirs Amos other cart. < at any price. You'll know immediately .
-or Hold", for each security.: As a first step send for our members of the Flo- IU sclt, Nlrs. 11,. Mayo Mrs. 4 mewled l CUMMM M"|Crow MPt-MOM sotlii cmutrui thin jCM 1
.
o. Portfolio Review form. Us the coupon below. tilts cruised to Manatee Marina Harlow Roud and Mn. Roy Rood.COHE -these new Ford are the Quiet One handling. Hnnuih tUI. front and rear arm rests, twrmuMt*

I .............................................. for' dinner Saturday night with Mr. : I'OR FA1HIRMARIIN 2 sew ford CiUsle 500/XL.-tJ.1'' .|"*l..il ItmU Bet tea trill, and. clean huh all 05 funds ....r.. "B/g/ Sat" ta standard.,
and Mrs Jack LMahrook:: aboard use ilurt tm(u. In. V, sumlm hMt| vut nil vinyl Intern**, 5 mew Peed WaaM-lnclwliii, Country fruitct| and Country
rieaM send mil your Portfolio kevkw form. their Chine Junk. The interesting erpiiU| carpeiiug, flirt uunk SU.M.I' Si- lane with nw dual. fat trig nil......Ideal M IWnlllrs up hi I 11).

craft is moored at Jupiter Inlet Rev Jerome J. Martin ot St. 2 ford CaUsie 500 LTOV-lima lasutliiu furdi ever. tee til the new nudcla bun t'Clfel.. lad Dtalei'i muni
sew Juur
JII..............___-____--_-______-.J_ SN Colony Manna where Mr. Eu- : JiMJe ( aiholj\ Church was the
brook is making additional repairs Pest of honor at a coffee follow

Addms. .;.7 ZZr-;;;.; .;;--Cr. .........sus...';;.. .... and changes hi the interior.. ins Man on Monday morning, a

................................................ "O\IMU.T The women of the parish, led
UP i by M. Jude's Christum Mothers
HIRSCH & CO. Mrs Robert Nichols and Mrs. held! the coffee in honor of Father

M..kor. N.. ,..t husk !..*..(. Fred Ford entertained the Jupiter Jerome's birthday, and presented -
iusiness and Profe.Mon.l Women'sClub I him with a gift at thai tuna
108 South Second Street Fort Pierce for its September meeting at A Day of Recollection see held
lOLL-FREEl the home of Mrs. Nichols on Losahalchee I Judea
RESIDENTS OF STUART CALL I at St. Church recently with
ATLANTIC ,..alot) Drive with a swim party. i Rev Burton Roll director of the
I Plans were made during the : Confraternity of Chmtian Mothers ..
0110 CiALAA,1 hoe LTD .ooo NA.OtOII '
".,; business meeting fur an OcUef as retreat master.: Conferences and
I dinner at which outstanding busi- I Maw were followed
luntbcofl
4 N.Y. by a
New York ,
25 bead Street
OFFICEs
TL
MVLN of :
; nan and professional women in the church hall
'the area will be entertained. State I Mrs' Thomas Browning read
'
'
t Florida I'ed-
board for the
meeting
and from a newly published book by
Listen to daily market news averages
eratKM of Business and Profetwonsi -
Rev Milan McGowan. Cr.. of
5:30: ( -Suiion /V IRA 1400 on your' dud Women Clubs was announced Our lady of Florida Retreat

M. ....... ..e.ae.a mud cod tmie e-e ...raw t.a.M seal, and members plans to were attend made the for meet sev- blouse West Palm beach, during
.
Irwa Id.e ... e./ar the luicheon.IV .
IP. ng in Clearwater I _
flower arrangement for
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------- the lunch-tms were made by Mrs.llancv -I

honl retreat chairman of
HOSPITALIZATION the Si Judas. Christian. Mutters
PLAN law tonwiHKe in charge included --y j

GUARAN1UD RENEWARI.E FOR "** W'ORUJ "' OPGL Mrs., Jute KMtop. Mrs. John Hitem __ _
I.'ROlUILvr\lOW\ Mrs., Paul, McSwcvney and
:NO ACE U\UT NATIONAL nOME UF1ECIHRorlLtCIORS Mrs, Theodore W.1W. : ..
AND -
P\\5 MEDICAL DRS OSTEOPATHS .A-:
A.\\lllA.'IiICE CDSIPANY iii --- '
HIRE D & \2- : ..

NON' nORIDRt: Df\-n: Am7I'tD FOL\I CitY 63DYER _. l J ( '. ) ,_ avin

c ..,.c.... RCSjamin Rsgg, who r ro.e \
ACU S 22 $4 2 5IUt wovriiAGES m a Irui acctdcm. fat. Nova VoIMS. MWoaI' IOO/U JDOOIIIIIAItO'rOf' W u...

_. MONTH 66 I suftrrod a broken leg. rs re- I \ .
L1DElt i I "'UCIf.lmf MS U. S, N( al) Ho*

", $340 II _... $1 00 floYnlIalws.dtw put thrU.. Md. Mrs. .,... r'oI T tdriYcTotalRrfommccl55..MESrYEARYETTO CO FORD
MONTH I
SI-W ,"._.. who has ben .. .. II* fund much
r.... ..... )M Ire'. I tune a the hntp-ut. KM. h-xn suMrs. ,. mY as..ia-lo"sMl.me.parga.M

SN 10.1 N------ ..-. .- .....- ..Age.. Washmgtaa.Mt Met" wth p. A. Stidsls ore : WEB ORDWAY MOTORS 'J

Florida Au,.. ._. ..... .. '
Health Agencyr. .
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r ,.ad U'". IXMM Slater H5iw. >.*nllUaM. ) .7 o MawtflorUi 1UN

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dry have
Flerf-ta "-- TIw.1 tICutflVlll' '
\\erdI.
0. Bos 22, Uk I. -JL m Odette.. N. Y Ihtif Mill nviiri MAGIC mir, *f TM KK MOTM wttucn woMXt WTWOA. KW Tome wonuri, 'AI.1aae .






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DIE STUART (() NEWS ThUlWdIl1. October 1, 964

. Organizations Directory I Seaboard Airline Railroad Spur Is : Directory of FfOPLSS Churches gIIBfATIOT4AI.-.JW11e.



as*. MATNAUrA. MILL
CIVIC OMGANIZATIONSAbaballaa UOVERNMtitTU. 6TaAMZATtONS *,** m.k Burly Warablo

Asny. tell' c-- Given 'Green Light' at ConferenceTo M*)* aau Ckarak 0ab***

Wad.. Ill* p.in.. J. B. Cnnmanlt OkmAuMHaw :* oar Conk tli III' .. atoroltMf mblp. KmraaryTil
Ciiaa <- mibai. U BUBV ClIP BaS 'r.-
lUdla tanrtancy p... Taott .
-.P4lLr- Owina Boionattil COM Guard Aamllary .
niirt,, J. Pub.U .
p.m. Commander-Waltr nmmnMan. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL

%.. It_ L.sgm, .. *M.. Caaat OB** A... Bid*. Cost ,. JtORMAN B. '

._.-_ Barl J. Mao* I County i Thar county checked with the it an unfortunate mrmmtentancing tying the original! eaaement A1Q. DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-251 OusApII

T_. 7 :90 P.M.. bomaa :r "aeb. : ThIs kind of thing sometimesheOpells all I' .. Holy SIUa.ISS
SHE) The SRD checked witn the smell ho ly'U b lh. BBtamioa BMOiu
tnd-4tk tun. Ill* I.... Cnrthoa I net Ttmll
Oaata.ia Pralaaaiaual WaaM> Club About $12,000The wherr so many indtvk .week. ASSEMBLY OF COO.-Tala. City ob VhooL
? .kt.t-Ud. Mauihuaradltk M. C Bee.4 .* Z.n5p AdtaabnaalCVatnuair railroad. The news hugga4 back ,
I Ita'-' Paatorllittl
( Tuaa. Blrhta Phil Maft Bam: It.* KWmidM are involved In a project Afar SUWKWIJoEWIIS'PIn BV. L H. DANIEL. I T..doa.'BobrllP.oOOk.k.

C..saut ,..NwtIo It I.r Bat Than, T,.* P BW CoartkoBB* through channels. The railroad had as f cair determine the county aMUh .. Bnmilmy SWiankII .r..ro

FmiiaMy Owaara Aaaaalalia* M_ c-.? .._ Camalaulas county mopped its brow an casement on !die> 99O feet of wa antler the impression that the ra.st ttttrt rrnr JNtf5 nv Tim 15Afiw till'l .... TII.Moraine,.., BIble Wrabn tadr PBlyi, PrldipI(Plra*.Tbdradar. Com.' .* l )

Pi.s.klaat-C. M ItahrabaufbMaaatam oiatas.as-Pr.nk P. la relief Thursday when it ippireMly land that It got from Hinnon i In SRD in Tallahawee would lake 'u.'rK 'II"'' I tsP p.m. dunbar. Vwtb BarrlMtill UnITy

lid Wadnaadafl at baaMfCarat 4th Vu.., ?..la p.m..H cSStboua. Ironed out right-of-way drfficulties 1949 and that easement was stU' care of the negotiations. The SRI Pr.uwtttt.01aTI.' "TI. ... .KaiiallaUf aarvloa I UnIty Ckmrab .T04 S. FlUb Far Plar
:rlfy III** **>. ChumS '
ftard.na Cl,ia Aaaaalatta* II. C. ,.... ama1 twlnf Camnlaatai had reache is. : 'W-.r
Prmldrnl (fiarlna A. C'h.I..AII--.ro. Oramlaw in the re-location of I in effect E'eryone thought w' would. Cleary apparently B. !' Flu aAI'TUT-.o a Ab A_ Till p.Bank..

1.1 Bun,1pm.. Count CourtJunaarraahalilara and' n..., 7 il. p.nv Canrttinni Seaboard Air Une Railroad spui the end of the tracks. thought the railroad CII TOIYNIIIrtEL5' J BEV.: rOKRElf: WATKOm. Paalarkmaay I LUTHERAN CHURCH Of ST. ANDREW

Aa.a.tlaa that ia astriJo right-of-way ot i a Off went attorneys to check: the I would move the spur. What the & TOIIMO : (Anarlea Lutbaran Cbmrcal
Sckool BeardCb.lro.e.ltosrp W. Prtaa. VIM bind. Part M. LB**
,
.ti..ld.at-'jln.I. SlCaM. Q. T. Bottom O. Kln4n4Ind 1 feeder rood to the Indiantowi records. They found in a nutshelHiruon railroad thought I'm not sure" H rwfiiMnrie.lorirr ) 1,4 aim: *a-m.. Saadar Wankhj a>S boolIt n>lr. I H. c. IslE VAfiTOE

Man. 1110 >. CourUoo. Bride. the railroad the easement .Tooker said. : VP AprtilHTV i sC aj Porting WonblpIII
gave VISE NAMto f> CitESTATM Sill .. Sunday fehaaLl
fraalit.. CI ,SD.. .Jots t..t W. It.. Tow ., (.wall* Paint Attorneys for the railroad. State la 1949. Later Hinnon traded f At the moment all concerned or .',.m\, 1l44, ,....... Training F VuO1.O Data Wonblp *' .. Wanblp Sent

ate M ,till p..? Wonaaa ClobHlblani Maya*-L I,. I ManurintInd PJ .wm Kid I Road Department, Martin County a portion of the property on which I(are sure the whore matter has been TI! Rout KI.MIfcll*, tMttatmrc II w-. HOLY CROSS CATHot.lc-a.

Park Clvmj AaaaalalMbjPmlclant .T and private individual, converged the ipur i. located to the SRD in revived to- everyone's satisfaction ; IIHnola tit. ,.. ... Praror Sarrla 511. XAvts.a PENECIIla.aor'Bendaya.

lit Ma. "gal"0 "III.Malullo Pint National RanitfUHaaaawa POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS on the courthouse Thur" exchange (or SRD property specifically The only thing that seems M remain :* YOU(' "t. MKKHBT top nvtirm rwotlflod biui linen that PALM CITY BAPTIST-atk al MteCat 1t45 a.m.l Clint .

day to discuM the problem in a the old lion The I. : HENRY 'rATtJJt. PMtr 4., I. p.. Coofatalon I lief. loicia.a .
CMa Club RapuhMaw Club of Marts Cav* I pr camp. are signatures from railroad Wad b. *bov* itrldavalniit e. Pt
Pr.aldunt-Gr.d Malika PnMldant..* B. W&ta.Bepubilast two-hour meeting hastily called SRD found that although Hinnon' official n- the doctmients nulH and you SoP h.r.bp .>4* .. Baadar SVhool ?. MARYS EPISCOPAL

MOB, S ..-. W_'* Club at Martfe C* when the county discovered there exchanged the land with the SRD ; j ;Zr", o to* i :: oopy.tit t.you Ih. 1110* ..... Training Morning Union WorakbrIII ThE Beat OMB KaV. AKIUUK Boulavard) ,A,Stuart SMITH. ..tor

aWh Canhm lnaII'- Pr. lit.it.-W. Arnold' ...nrtk I was a "mix-up" somewhere along the easement with the railroad was :, LKHtL APVBRTIIIblwHKTKOTICH on : tor th" '04. ...,. Ev.nlng Worahlp Sunday til* an, Holy Kurharlatl
)
=
). --Mra. '.... 1 ,..., Pint MaUblml Buck ;. JOKL L Bit w 6(1( I las ..n. Wxlaaaday kUdwoak Paaia OntiO in., Mornln Prwrt (lat and
fed. Woi. I .._ J. B Wo...'* Club taonrHv CwwarltkaiChairman the line on the re-location of tncinur. legally in effect nf IVTKITIO, WRal.ltrNae ; Norlhaa ThIrd A "W> Pot MmtFHal MaotnattltO SeCt, Holy Buokarial (2.d. 4tb and
M.C, DMaamla rKTITMrtB HAMK) KlorlHu. and fib* th* oriel Mb) Id gnod.f School
: : am.
I.... Bawk W_.** Aaaaaktrtaafrrit4d -Kriwd T. Murray 117-tlHI Under these circumstances the Notl, la hereby given that th. : list (n th* nfnr* or the nrk tIb rIBS PAPTIIIT.-'P..t 110: 5.... holy Euabarlat <1.1 and
.if Mr*. Marl Mill* .T-.d. Bb ClaliMaatlngi Several meetings ago, the Martin attorneys deckled the railroad BnUf 'lf*** undo th. provMlon Cln-nli hNinth J o. 0. TA1'IoO& 1.51.5 led, 'bl ; Marnln frayar (fad and
flt-lnt N.. SB 7IT Clubboua* e. sailRBLI4IOV Commission ,04 ChBotfi? .ylMJI ol dUilal <> th. .
County approved Ci 4tbl.Thuraday
JamWonan- CwbPmaldanWMra. - - would have to nullify its eascmen Act* of 1141 I, wtll .a.'rI. : rI:1 fair or lr..f.tttt. *:' 5.41 ... PondS" .. afij Holy t>*yat T ,:18 ...
the J Wor.hlp
Ony Cromw.11 $ oa4AftlUTaJIt changing 1,190-foot spur to before the spur could be te-locatcd Clerk or the Circuit Court In and, t.1 not I".r. Pro C"nn .**. oat.... Moraine DTOTHI and Iifl0 a.n.. Holy JCiuhafi.t.Sunnrr .

lad gaLa S p.n.. V....'. Club CM* FriMullr SM clear the right-of-way. It was i The attorney also decided it wouldbe for Martin County, florldn upon. will ba mt.rit amlniil *.. Enanlii '_ mVhadula intO: m m. and PrOS
receipt of proof or i -
publication oIhl ItONti ANI'O onrnErtrr) it III. staaliBga I ... ..d...
Martfrn .' Aaaubaa SocUty Boon Ldi-Mr*. Jack WkMamrPnW simple routine matter and something better to try to get the nullifi- notIcE, the rictltloti n.m., to Pkirlita. thl. lIlt day *f lie .. Wadaaaday rryr follow-
SM .e- p.n.. Judgo Clonu' offlo .I MI. a* .eq' .* for the State Road Depart cation of the easement than to get .It: 'at .. fIfop Cbolf pnetlo EPISCOPAL CHURCif OF ThEPLBSSER
SOUTH TTjontn/v OTIKBM HOVBRIMdr tl"6 ,' C1rr> IACRAMENT-544 > ., ...
I ffl flTt frtd unicH m t liRKV.
i I C. A.*crktkn laP Maatal Haaltk Pr..wTu -- Mr*, r.twmt aMaaatla menu to do. new right-of-way in another location. WhIrS It will I uriNMr In bull Marti County. ("ut BAPTIST W. THOMAS LOUCKS
._IdtDon' a hrdafft .. RBY. JACK WlltlUBDIt.'M'
At that time the had nn, havln* lt. principal
plan* obH h
lit II.., I p av. Wool county SOS ... Chnrab School
.. Tb* Beat f 8kaatIt
awm. .
ma* In faint Citr. Martin Connty ,
MR C .-. AaMriaa Caalar Soctot] I. .IIt Heir N_ lasloWPrauldonlL clear title to a 200-foot section of The meeting was called. When .' .; that the parly lntrat fr1CrMJ'T: I i .. t. :** ... Morning Wor.hlp T rOo p." Holy XucbarlalCHRIST
tTh11r.-MattO7 Jobne.Mitt. Reunarl.Tb. land which would take care of that In nlil hrlnnul I I. KU1OAN coll lee ,.as TrahiMig Unioa MIMOR1AL-J.tals. SolasiWInk.
.. baIWe.1a4 ... I P.. Itboil the tracks- were cleared. fifteen HATKM or Rtnart. Plorida and SI. In.rlop
much the if A\\\ TrSMTROPICAL t AarO.1CHURCH '
of fifty-ftv ( HMOB only No* *
(
Manarlal Haapnal ABmOlarppnaldMit - -. - necessary more feet of righU>f-way was given that lhro a,. no otbat p.ron* in r MAMTIV. poriTI5rIAmlsi.It. ( P 7.44 ::: wanasa. -*'.
-Mra. Curt Otto feet for the tracks and though) Urcatrit In a.1 ld b..1 n.... i. OP COD-. ...._
lab M.tt, Pint Matloaal Bask Ron BeGIns Of AMERICA the SRD had easement fromP. ; to the railroad by Hinson FI.j'A N CjI"RA01'f IV nii\fEHr Na. asiaHENRY PLuMB BAPTIST-wy.TI RKV. KVEKKTT MOBS
ITUAKTTroop
'111 '. SardW Club The county will build a road alongsIde Hy WIIMam. Mathaaon gFI FaatorSigS II ill a.n. Sunday 8.harHi
** --.t..t.r. Raaort Pick L. Hinion for 990 feet of lanJ ;" ... Bund** School .. WorantaTtlO
prMlaaak-liay M. Prlal W.dM. 1 aa Lgl". Hall which would be than the railroad to serve Hinson P.b.-: rVpfc U.'ort. ?I. t, IB. tillOTirM 'YM. J1.lntll f III** .... Morning Worabrpr4 ,., Eranlrg Monilng Wanbpl.a. ,
M. O. Agr. 11101. .l.i-r. more necessary p.
tXal Tvaa. tilt p.m. ... Union
Ski DalpThura. Training
1) he railroad company said it would Irow A. ri'tirtT. *t MI, Wad. Young aopV'.
II Casaip 11"all..... T II.m.. Math. Churrh, Albany StSquadron to lake care of the remainiaj > Of mnoHIKk-1 *... I'THM Ant .*. .. Bvcniiuj WanblpI p.m. Bad. ..
liasuldast-ji. Iat 444 klrkhartThur. section of the re-locate the spur tracks at county ('INC1IT < UIMT hUllS" D".da"IM. Ml* .... Wd Mldwaak Pray** *

I ted Thur... 14. pnM"c". B... t>t Nat ... 7 ,.m, :* ...it. Albany it spur rightofway.At 1 <. The county wilt do I'.l 1'1. *T'VM <>r M.OMIU'llOWAKIl .' ValISE ? I CHURCH Of THE HOOD SHEPHERDlupltar -
Crab Pack 4to.bm..r. P. D. III.... this point the county wai I W. IUIIIV TOr! nowAnrr A prurtT ""o At DtmKLIN MEM-L PATIST-IadIat.vo
41.tlasaI Sacntarla* Awaelatlo* 4ik Man.. 7 JO p.m.. reasonably everything wai the preliminary grading of the Bl/ANCHB A. no FIT f AIUUI. "'l-EKIir. wlf. RKV. tKO Lo'rTlo.e RKV. ELMER U ALLEN
: sure
'Praaldimt-Mr*. Barbara AKa Llndan Cub Pack 430-Cubnaaur'r..l railroad bed including the addition I'lalntlffa i Htrrrt Albumo .. Pundit Rrliooltlioo Til* ... Holy -... .
rib Co. of III* *fflo ._ clear and Tejaf. General contractor -j rrli : MVT P. rVmrwEMad Homing Wanhlp
Mom, Lost II. lilt Pica Yulh c. a.**
lli Bmaa
the a.PaMb
All
lime rock. totaled Euabariat
of
rtteittn ontmn .t OfKTW A PCHWN"SIPh.r lilt ... Training Unloa
,.. Lah Park Clvla AaaotlMl*) JINPUt4 BEACH Cleary Brother wan given the I county will get a bill for about Ei.Il4 ZURAU4IICNlautnodiunti huRhnnd Jdul) Oiin Ro*, I Tilt) ... Worablp Sarvlr and Sunday School.

T_ 40l-tuouuna.t.r. 1. 0. L.nkS4OPWod. green signal thnt the right-of-way ) M'*.t, CharlotTr), North Citro 111* p.**. Wad. MUwaak Sarrlo
gr1I=. Rank .. 7,.. ,..... COlllm..nlt H.II would available ,%,. 11, .nut or a Writ ot R.rutIun and to all I portlea hiving JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Cub ViA Iol-Catnntoaur N Itttittel. be Cleary ap. Who I Is at fault in the confuik In my hande 1M.." rot .Ih. (I'. E5:"tnIoritrg to htv. any rIght. I ST. JOSEPH CATHOI.1C-IaeO 'GII SiUK" Ikyllma DrlM, Jamaaa B PaU* ClIp Cardoa Club dab Wad. i p.m. Community Hall parently assumed the railroad cult ,'"rt In a nulL or lIow.d W. or lntri>a. I th. aropvrty *.. Ja* JANI1SZEWaKs. Adn.Wak MtWTON] M. TWEEDY
,rr.ld mt-Ml.* Mbal Pin"., Cub Pack 4 >-Cdbmaatar G. Utilr-n,J4U would remove tho spur.As >n? County Attorney Dean Took llohv and Blmnaha A rlnby mcalniilllibarrt hrrlnaft. "r..d.. to! don Mo* thrw Frk llll| III* ... Sunday BohoolI' .
ySnd Tkan, lilt "11I_ Clvla Conta WA. III* P.m., Lacloa Hall Berm.t.sau 4 lOola l Ewrair wit: Satarday 1 it*. ::88 inS Mornl., Weraklp.Tin
- - "" contractors came closer to er was questioned."As arm dill patc.,.I on April !. lPC4 I Oanfaaalanai Ratjirday* and Tfcoradayibofor p... Wadnroday, JUnlor Cllolr .
,"mtt CHy CI U Org..laatraaiPraal BEftVICS CLUM he railroad In the bridge far as the county is concerned thr Juilurmont on which aald axoru Tb. fnn'l '/lthl Bent ot th. flesh Kriclar of naatk. 44 liIt TAO p... Tkunday, Mldwaak Bam*
; T** CIVIl tantarbwlana Clvtta* Club al ptu.rtPr.ald.nn.Aara. construction Cleary began to worry who Is at fault is imma tlon the rircule waa 1..01 Court 1 bolnii U.n n ,ok. I list mpod of.t..1.t t II JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES.-.BrM BoaJ

>* Canlaaa C'YIe' Aaaaclattm IS .oon..TawohouH HmtoaW RMtawuftladlaato and wonder why the spur had terial. II'. something that has to lavlait on all rlnht. tltla mn.1 l lntr<. dlVlnlon in, or th ofS.. ('" *.."or." *' .; ST.sob.CHRlSTOFHFJfS Boood CATHOLIC- Sunday Monday_T 7:10:,.... .W. .Bible'oh'ow.Ktndy 8td

:Kaaldmb Mea,-I Ha p...au i., km W.**MaraoaP4t ** Kl.a.l .Club not been moved, and checked with be worked out. The right-of-way and rot ft Kill th.ftrraerrn aald Itlchard In and Brag.nfl for thrnllnwlnv < fl.nt ariMrdln to pOsh there. Bass at. IiN a.**. Siaaay _"-Til*. Mlnlatr* Bohoalt ":!.

( the is I would simply call ... th* noth ol i> ," Sanlo MaatlniRCDEEME ,
necessary. dfarrlhrd I. :
PrailoanV I Jaataa JllnaaW.d county. rnprtr :
OP CHRIST Ictltt.TI.ITU
.. aorta Aaala6aPrlrlnt ld Pint FIRST CHURCH
Part Bat. < In Pool
-Wmltar Banaoa It,ilS ...* SaminoU b* alt I I. Martin Courtly, Florida ta wit: rnIa' tirade Cnuntjr, "'1.'"J Cat 4aant Bomhmrd Itt,. DONALD* LtTl'HEUN-E K. SCalROEDFK 0..., (Ul.

11 Thura, I p..., CI.U Cantarr 0.0. 3.... Buick. u. ClubPr..ldotKd I l lijtillllfi J. u JI lxi T. Punk t. Bratl"n I. HOllEr rrrd/. />; copy iGth of l sIte. *... Sunday ISnt'.ollttSia..NuosIng Wor.blpape Orla a... .., 0.I.uoI albi. 't..
I p.$000.0 Soalaki. Mat waa ril d March inn,
.n. BrhmldtUtlr4 ) (\>U>\Y. fcce-orrtlnu to III: a... WorshIp rrlao
'pH Salarm Clot DafamaaTrhouaa "., tat .... BaratitfilupMavHai list thereof rranr rind I n .nd.rPordd In Pilt ""I t, ....Wdt Taatlnonlal Mtbl. ,..|,
J..; '*. Raiding 11 Flurlrr Av* CHRIST THB KINO LUThTRAH
Pint Hoolt C, M. Martin I
< Pad Tuwday J.ll ,... Veteransy par .phll _
( Baw4 Klwaala ClubPr.ald.nu.Robicb News forIssued County, florid, publlo rncordu.14Mb. JII florid Areuad. Hour* -Man. thr Hat II oIupl
Rl* Clvl aultJOwwalclen.1o Han I .. I par. urnr: .IOHNSON'. r...

Ih_. Ma.. T p. JupIter Lit* UarlHMalar .. I. h.r.b" 11"' that Oft \ h of p'uuaro hnrby] I .. :::0* ... Cbunh School
CHURCH elf fl4Ute'T-43 Fain MMKUCK '
Clnbhona Wrinoodoir lbs 11111 d., o. Onto- .Ti1 a cnrnptalnf haa bun. :** a-m .. ... ClaaaIt
f.\ Tbarc Club .( Slua>f'rwildant ben 111414 bntwoen h.iurs 11:1)0Ait. : ) yau In r-renl| COBUKLL. Mlnlatwt ,** ... Morning WorshIp
R. AlllaaaWad. b Keller .I .J.t' & : I Sunday
tlt\o Wanan'a Club --Or. Retold for County,
.ini I (M> P Ht It:l AM 8rr
: FIRST
.-Mr*. Oaraallu R. Taaaarvaat .. U.I, p.m. Trado-WINES : on th. aalil il. at lh. front dooif In ('h" Vial I *. a.n. "''We StuoV METHODIST-isoe Colara. Aa
( y 11 ,HI* ... sad 0.. -. Rkv. ALLAN it. TOAKT
I.il Club BuluUmg tiff Henry OrWia WorshIp
*
p n. ,. pnrnow
Mart BJwaul OiS .. th* :Martin I (nasty ( .rt slot *. .. 11...". Snap. .. Moraine Wor.hr
1babol. Card** Ornp"lalrmam PlcleDt-4)p. H. Haaailalai Hlpao. .L I.U_ n ......ui.s.uA ? will aril .11 rt.ht. tltl and Inter' of qulFtlnir th* tItle of aali I ) Main liO W..r Warahlp 15:05 .... Chanb School
lit( ? and hiM
J. Bla ill .., Tawa H II
< -Mr* Bobart Fhara. Ijrrl I. tb* l .. .. .pl.I fit* p... MMwaak amble Stady a.n. Homing WorshIp
n
jJ< W.i, lit* a... konoa HLXapaaM Square Oasis CkW number of children Martin birthday. Marriage does not. preclude
1-u.---- - Pr..ldnnt-Odb.rt BauaaTaara County may be etifible for assistance participation by those otherwise nhnve dfucrlhxd tn tha tilnlioiit prnp.r ty,M4dr at PuhlUAurllnn tm I :: ,r you aro Arrby r.'qulr.nl THE CHURCH OF -." I* RINirr METHOOfSTnKV. ._ .
: .... Tootk CetIt4r *rr. aoo ol vonr amawci. I kEV BILLIE MaALFIN NEIL
"
OP COMMERCE I extension of the .. .
CHAMBERS under the qualified. rah, t tttfp mid *M-iiiln asP written dcfnna to tha ram tintS .. b-und.r Srhaol I"41 .... ..GUNSAW.1
Blabs 1e..1t. Stuart Uaaa Club all cnata. I Ito I I lit,** a.. MornUg Wmhlp
Assistance PlnHiMfn
Education '
*
War n nornyi 11:11.)
,lupt.Id.au--Dv. Wllll.n .".. BukirbuaubImd.dtb Orphans of IHvff trader my band mat pool a.n. Wuvuhip'BorIop .
pr.alI.nt.-Ell.ssntb Eligible legal age t.r.f" in 1:10: ._ .DIa. Wor.hip.
person COin cram* Firm
|r4 Tu**.. t "..nv. Conmualty Gasle..M..a Wa*. I P.. Taw. BaoatHuarl law which went Into effect July 7. with the ; tbla 1Mb)! Jn, of Hrptmnhor. 1540. [ BatIk' Illhlrnf. PtuartFlorliln T:* p.m. Tuaa., .. Basting Till .m. *,:,,nln. : Worahlm. I.' Is 41
file application Kifcnipp Bat
nor ILt lOCH,
may r ( Til. ..... Thuri.4 '.'., Borvlo
Baa.k Are.7ld.n.nlo Club.Pro.ld.nfr4.o.iat John W. Keller Martin County or P. I. frnnrtriorlda
jiiaallailat MARTiN OII-NTIT, rumiTApuh.
Veterans Administration or County i I. OSCEOLA I'ntUT
and to fLIt tli 1
Porabarffma Millara .. 'Vt I. |, II, 2$. 1'.4I orurlaa.n.wcr ThE WrTTTED CHURCH OP CHRIST MiTIlooray. .
said that .
airoctora ... Veterans Service officer the or written drfana in lb. I RIV. 0. 1. KNIGUT I'
If
M. f Tkua* sic... Via logs noi l Service Officer. not parent ,. (CorgaMon Pain City ..
owning Ih ri rtr of Ih. : gua.
) t .. ... t ltd Thutai aww A .kor a Vaabt ClubR. the new law extends (he program or guardian T'a'P..Y.t Keller I IS I StIlt UR1' SaiNT *r WISE I ( .f ITIorlda.. on. Mr..t .41 a.rn. Huadar Brhoolilioo ** a.n.a.n. Morning' Brbool Worablp
; 11'IH J5 tile I hL OIRCIIT l> .re tt..rt Morning Worihlp
a.m.
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C. I lurbln children of veterans of J' eSpanUhAmerlcan .
k t'rs.kluut-N Is to t ) day of l .alonerp
Pius. 1.00prol4tlutI& '
I WiM aaanty noM* "
SI U VOH MtHTI"I t'InLSTB,. >I..r. I.4 I*id* t S .. Widarwlay, Ws.s.an.
a-m. *
ltd TA.,.. I p... PIrittuis (nnnnr) N l.onviTEHANS War. World I rf von falL to .00 n '. o. of _h -** at "** p.sa
PInk 1'.. M. T. director of the FIIalIlflh. I" t'H''r.MI'. 4fult' will flu taboo tr..n "io.oublpCOMMUNITYi I T .n" ,
Mart T.. I IS p. Dixon. "0. ise I ... "
K )JtiuotM'U - War I, World War II, the Korean ICAV. for th r'-llf dmanit'lit the rom.nlotor. I I oa.u. BaaabIKV. 1.41 Prsyat
r" ldaav lr, B. (CIlo".1) - Florida Department of Veterans PluS Pp.tEftAt. 4,50 ;:: :
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and the service noiNahart h* pub.UMhd NEWTON M. TAr.KOTlit Boond .W
4 f 4 Ttion., I ... OMOAMlZATIONf Conflict peacetime Nr 1(1" ASrinrr.TY. ,hh
t Affairs announced that a veteran 'Tim/011' MRTIM ")!. a .I for four (41ronaoputlva ... Sunday Schoul and Wot Tb.,. .urb roatbIe.UTHRSr4
Mantianta DI.... A-- ia&s BeickE.ots.ad.rbooat. who have been ncrmanemry and who I it rated IOU( per MM forh a fnllad ",,I.. oorBoraUnn ..* In Th. Stuart. I L1 eIoloo __ bsgTHoms'rJ.lum
.
rtat.u-Phu. Be..h 4I.luuic disabled by lllnets or in. !Cw a ttrwnpaprr Cf rrncrat rlr.tulrian
:411 Thura, Stuart (,bam bar BnBdhjfaJi .d..1JI .. P .... iaauS l.AA.Ilas. totally their i I. service-connected disability Plaintiff pubnvludi im. Martin. Cnun.ty t.y.fWT1fH 'D5RI1TISEMF.WT .fV.II .CHARLtH.. Wr.blp O. HKNNKTT .
_ Jury attributable to t riorM I Sarvtao
sIlo receive his Ct insurance .5.* 11,41
Stuart may an. Sunday S-aaol
Lag**,
%EBVATIONrrarMab .. wartime service. 1 i the caw of IX)R.' BOTDv a widow hATBrr tlilaHtn in? t Prptnvn. I \ Of I\TKTIO TO *:.. Epwortb
CON 00..."_ .rl. Lltmm dividend check If his policy i I. In f .,. I RKKMTF.H: 'M'TITIOI H V "'HNolln p.as Laano
lad aaa 4tk PH. S ,.n, LaitaaV VaDAnarlnaa peacetime veterans It appliea to .t al I. la h rhy given that tin l>It .. Ernta aar lao

Euiaii4)) .- Bo* lit Le.I., ladlaaMwa disabilities received ilI I line I of force. He should apply for waiver Ott.I"n'M :: of lh MF.", I .nd .raln.4 nndr th* prnvIuiuno I I Jill ,.. Tpaaday Mna lasting' ,

'Jrd MOII.., I p,m.. fin NaUanml Bmamk ......-Jim M.ipb4tIIti.PR. of premiums which would mean TirrT.*>r avrr T*> Cse.tt, Flr''.Il.t it Chapter lonr.l. Law of riorlda *n Wtdnaaday Pnya Utlrf
Kaak Wallaai Las.. duty. would have to further PUHWI L. M li5s.TluiIlPt J' : Art of 141, will I rHlatr with th. FIRST METHODIST. lan. aa%
be not
llfA'ITtI.f'IFL.
iMaldan>-Cbmriaa Klndrad children receive bcno pay nt TUB NAME on- THB sTATE ) 'ltork of h. Circuit Court tn and : 'tIEY. flEOHlJ1C L MeCulllllC&
lit FrL, S p.n. lit Nat finkasl.r Anail.aa L t, -n.Jan am SJaadkPmldant Eligible premiums as long as he it totally nl" .1.oftl.: rClroliH rnurt Scat. for Martin County. Plorldm uponpan'pi5nt 0r41 ... Pusdiy ...h.1I
fits up to SIlO a month for fulf disabled. As long at the veteran TOt JOHN K Horn whon 'MI'.".* (nAWT. cnsRT BAttoro. of proof of pwtiUratlon of, '110', .... M.w.tg" War.hIn
Caunarvallam Club ...}. MOB. S ... and and ad>lr**. I* unknown.motifIrd "?. far PI"tntlrPu" Ihla hnt... los ftctUIu pain* to- I 4)55, p.MI?
.. enrollment. proporlicnMy -
to.*.. III p.0 Stuart Tautb CaatarJtuaH Pn.e.Pr.ulArntMrO. time Is 100 per cent disabled he may Ynra, Jnttn 14. "n,". a,. h.nnlty : ." 14. not. I. .11. IM4. alt: 151 .. .". Waaabto .
Salld.b Club A.FIi..o Ln.IPr. A1BI'b.. Brew* I < tower amounts for part filM draw dividends on his waived in- that a complaint to fora.Flo t"Rt-nt. '1f r"A inr linn I J, p.. Thursday. Junior Cbnlr
T/kar .
,_ld_k-.. B. Pnidletat I ,* 1.51.5 Mail study while pursuing their counei ** a moniraon In. following; IS lash enelI. (9..fT At'PmII >r whlnk I will *nvair* In kualu sal .., Thunday, .Valor chub
lai-4U Moa. *.n .
W. I pmt aaaral k..atlne turaitce. draorlb'd proportr to>-wltiBouth "n" "'Din. ( I" having run principal. plr of
ltd{ Wd I ..., 41... lat NmO. Bk. Marria Caaaty Barrack W.WJ V_ selected with the aid of counstU that discus A *sir I.1 WET hn.tor.a I5w* rVilranMartlr : IRST P.UBYTU..Jt-N. Pt.. I.
,- ....Fhlllp A. Klra in the VA. Counts Divon' suggcMi you llalnlng at S Im Nortliweutrarorvo snaws wf KM>HII>V. rnritr, Pl.: th >t th- port r Hrr r. I UV. M-UA.I.II M0n55, p..5.
- - on
lt-lid Frl. J. B. c...... Oaala Ing experts this with your veteran county service I 1k. $nnthmnn.t Qnrtr- 11 rnttrrns. nwt cuSPS In urnld bii>ln.M I I. MlTTIF :. U&Y. A. IYINU' LOWIU, ...
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FWCMEN'I OBOANIZAT10NSJaMam the high school level are not per. ncr at I" pnuthrses Q".r attbn.Itrs rWnrfliABl 5t.sltl'tPl fltlTHIRim ., Port flalrrnn Fla. IdS '.m. Irndr Jobonl
Baaeb Flr I >mtam AumlUarp Martla Cmaly .._10. ABmlllarpPrralrfant mitted. officer or write to him at P. O. II. Tnwn.hlp n ItnuthPiano. *>ORI>r> ATtOV! anlUtaolatorporatlAn t Plorlila and that thr no oth. I lisa *... Wonhlp _..

'.. --Mra. Marl FruflttIrm -Mra. Kulk f. MaUl.lr Box 1437. St, Petersburg.With ii East, lhrnro hr pcraona ..ald In aaia hualflTUM S i*' ..m.Toumg Faopla'a FvllowhlpttANtu
i. II.... I a... m S a... 4MBV. CfcBfgkVaUraaV Age Unit art- net at eighteen slung tb* Wool 14 n* or Flalniin.snrrii 01a. nflhU.rtrIAN NNl1'1'.

(amaa* Bamth Taluator Fir Depsimast Cncll of bIrds Coawtp tn twtRty-three. but In certain caw aid Aouthaaat guartrr Quart for) of TDSII thUnuthaaat nnowv. *. at [ r1l1l.: MITTIIIJ ItontL II. MtUTTtfRf'0.,, 1. 16. 1044 "Ink. Sno,4 .'

PraaldanbJatk AiilrT r'M:1tWi-latrt. lube receptions may be made. Haixn- recent Increase In gasoline '.*, t. tb* palm A* plan of A tw_ .... .J 0 ..*. OICKHON.Rumdar P..'"
dia.l
*a, I p.m. Mnaoiia | capped children who may have to taxes in California and Mary prlnnla ONRER PAN eASWrISCrTITN \ 4NV tSiiVuPW'PtbIspsnts'ry. l, .. Wmh Hani**
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fart aW.. FhraaMa'm AuaUlarp vVF.W. SHwrt training star It land. there are now twenty-five aflnllniM ._ ..". IrE : rnTiTiniH7 Ins I p n. Vou5 ?PaUawakl .
take special may Thamoa Smirh alooftn. bppiarlr1e.lt Noilr* ta (Iran thai thind > : '
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I lid fra.td.tu Tkura- .fiat Catinnm p.**. I'lrakma* romm.n.l.rDonnM Aualln I .. age fourteen. At the same time itntca that have higher gasoline lev. waal lino 01 the ,KmiUiMt > 'MIl I'\'ATa oil"I FLOJUTIAa rlnd; Itlli.'ilawArts 1tI' provlalonif p.Wod.I Adult- ..t. ChoP*
Qnartrr of the Hotiih* tguartar > Chaplr ( PlnrlaV TO. W. UMt'AlhAlt PEtLOWSHIP
|W* BalarH* VaJuata. .. PtpmrtimamltfaaMaml 'I'.W. irudlrt. may be punutd after ate its thin New York's 6 cents aplt of Preston II for Iii 'M..n.\o" 0.-, I .14.ow. of 1141, will rKliitrr sIlt th 'or Besot Commnnlly
-Bobart Joha.ot twenty-three In certain Cases hkt Eighteen state have the trt to a point, th.no pror4 > oven It iraar af atm whoco ("lrk of thIn ClrciilA raurt I. aa 141 '".p Prtra, ton p5a4 *B.arif
i ., Flramaua ItooIIeaaeeiIf' W p rf York and six 1 Pout a. right anirio. in MMVr *aMni>* *<1"w>aa I* 1JQ t"pltsndu, for Jfartln fount,. Florlil npd' nsss lnnni.n. ':It p..- l"n4.1
New
luc4rd P.oi rl students who serve with the Armed lame tan a*. .t lln. of the HouthnaalQuarlvr RcpI1rko rallfomla.Ivoriro I ..Ipt of proof of publti-arin. 0 Ibltod. I' a.'ENTFCOflAL a...,.

FRATERNAL O* AMIZATION$ .'.' ie.me.v B* M* Forces before their twtnty-tMrd Hate* have lower_rites. of ioutaaal Uuartor ( V*. Brown know IM b. ShIll I notlc. the ftotttloua .m. to ...
dlntanr I tir Ia4. hrr unknown ". .
.._. Draw .1 DaMalarM.iwr for a of lIC rrq.t ** d.s'I- '
c rouaollnr Jin lrp.l.t mTsaIubMasb .JaIs 1.111. *> "1.'. Th... aror4 .*> ." .**., lvat.a or (raatrra.itl 1t'7tIAltTV; "ot VrT MOTORwnwnDrwi ,r:.IKINNIL.t

JK ... .)i .... Miaamli Taaipl Ia-lr4 Wi4. Oald.s Gala AraIldisiMiSCgU.ANtil tbtRNAMENT HIV a Una antllrl t* th. \V'aal *} tOl. ,rio .. Osode. ..
Maiu.1 SUMMFR .
SAIinsH lu.4. ...
-- -. --- -- STUART Hit* of the "., ._ gnartvrot T** wnh-taow* IIntato..) or wlf. indr which I will aa F. fttltMaaaaU IMp Bimibraai guartrr tar a .!.. i*. |b*> raM wifr boo? any or l. basIng tn, PTlnrlpal p4nr alualnona W- ... .
I, Wanhlpful MartvrCbHatla* Bali (May 1. 31) tune of IS' frt lo a aolnt.Thnc hr of the KAltir*! pron .j In fllu.rt. Marlin County L&THICMAPOE CHURCH
I ., Maaamk Taaapl CIsP Air 15.1C.mtn.t.rZJositiitt. -.*, Wrl lln .. m.. >fi faM| to thl lalitad. ta tH.IIT
laVIH p. Cole MemphkTerm. pro< on a a r < ratio"1 Fta.l; thai th* rty leo caoaslaoso (
ii ; I. T. Itmf SAn Ft W: kfen'i Length Division. George D. that I. al nAt aacl. l 16 ||M arnir 151 .laid bui.lnra r Oor,* KunkliIr. Cbsn'sb Jo..

XaM.. d.MIIW btr Clnla. Daratbr, Elba: Hard II.. 1.,, f;.1* p.n, "Skipper H." Capt. A. i. Whittetr ......... 8 ft 6 In., last daacrlhpil lisa far IS* ftlo All unknown "."U.. rUlmlnrnr .. of Btuart, Florida and that tKar. Uum L.ltaLti.. aM. 111-:
1 th. point or plr* of b'rlnnlmr. rt h*. thr