The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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!MILLER 8,000 ROSE CONTRIBUTE:'BUSIES: I Made for Sailfish Lodge


Martin County immediately!

needs cold storage space to holda But PetitionIs
gift of 8.000( rose! bushes con I
I tributcd! for U. S. I or other beautification ,, Governor Is
i Bryant
uses by Edward Miller ;i Opposing
flower grower and commissioner a

The but, because shipment of will limited arrive personnel shortly 'i ; DevelopmentOwners

for planting County Engineer Fred t, A To Speak Thursday I
Bell asks that anooellhn8 to donate -
01 l Sailfish Lodge at
storage space contact him at I 1.11 j '
once. I ll.\, .rnlr Farns Hiuinl. nuiking I sessioi ol I otherwise implement Palm ( il) are expected to be met

if1TVS his lust olliciul usit here I cl'ml'Ii.III with Mondays precedent with .1 petition,,t bearing at least
since his iimiigiiralion. will speak .sh.illermg II S. Supreme MO I names Ihursdiiy night when
NOT DONBUT In assembled' civic clubs and pub-I Court illusion nn re,apportion the Martin County Planning and
CAMLLOT lie ntl+dais Ihmsdiiy, June IN. nie-nl
In reporting the baptism of thethreemonth STAIt ROVI) l>rPKIMINTORKIIN: : : : 1KMNC.; 10 REPAIR: PXIM: IIIY IIKI1K.I; : He will be the principal speakn 1 Loses C lob, !SoiopliimsN, In d Zoning -old ion of Mr and ill the Stuart Kiwanis Club I :: Rolm\ have accepted Kiuam* invitations application tor trailer zoning ol a

Mrs. Moseley C. Collins Jr in lahtweek' Survey and Evaluation Goes on While Repairs Are Made luncheon' lit 12 H tit the nule-I to all II.I. as hive city largo block ol land in the vn.mil/
edition of The Stuart News, winds' Restaurant and counts officials, and! .some IM) ol the lodgeSi'ulhlund.
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we inadvertently gave the young I Mm talk will t be viewed with i t persons: arc expected t ul the lun h- Holding/ and Brokers
man'a name as Don. The name giv much, interest 1110 his views on eon (Mhei civic groups have been Corporation and! its president 1.in-
en him by Rev. Norman B. Feaster Ramshackle Palm City Bridge May Be, the n 'L'\Itu tall a special legislative tciklerul invitations lit the se'hion. wood Simmons, have asked that

rector of All Saints' Episcopal --- the large tract of land!, including
Church Jensen Beach on Sunday. Ihu lodge be changed from high-

May 31, was Camelot Owens Gravely Concerned type residential to Residential-3A

<(:r Too Far Gone; Ponder Site to South I (trailer Although park)the zoning area involved is

YOUTH PERFORMS FEAT On Reapportionment Act irregular .generally. I 11 "stretches

SHINING BY CONTRAST:' By RAY MtCLURK: Palm City Across the river the I traffic a "straight shoot' from the I sin'ph repl icing the long forty.1 from the Si. LUVIC River on Ihe

Not all local youth effort is directed access would connect to Indian I I entrance of Sunshine Slate Park- fin -\cai-old. rickets: span with a Representative I I I i a mE (000/ ) > all this Near could IH divertlI north the and cast to Twelfth Street
The Palm south and!
at climbing water towers City Bridge now get Avenue at Slate I Road 76 Since I way east to U S. I II I. shorter bridge plus .i lot ol' (/d1. O"CII0'' Marts\. on nearly to Cora
i County txpressctl ID the live big counties ascotikl licit
or other lofty sites to emblazon I' ting emergency repairs!, bus been Indian Avenue now connects with i I A bridge ut the Twelfth! Street I It! would eliminate IMO reverse grave concern" over the el- gis las funds for roads About Avenue on the west
"Seniors 64, although Sl ome labeled "in very bad shape struc I U. S. I I. the realignment would give location has advantages other than i iLvenls (Continued on (saga 2-A) feel of the Supremo Couit ruling I eight permanent typo
ll homes
could result discrimination located
in are now in the area,
have suspected so. When the rig turally" by Clarence B. Davidson, 1-- -- --- ---- - --- --- -- .
) on rcappoiiummc'itiith and
Youth Centertlai'Ole 1 I against rural counties, and owners of these' homes have
ging tuck the on Stuart other day Bobby district engineer for this Slate Road Group Terms 'Unfair'/ but City Approves \\ith every county retaining at I bung on 11 tremendous. lax hardship !- apparently approved the zoning

Davies\ seventeen shimmied up I Department and the department .. 4 least one representative a I House for them he sail. "AI'IlI. It change
the thirty. ven.foot pole to put is "thinking in terms" of a new packed with 2,000) ) or more member I goes ag.iiiist the 'federal formula" Not so, owners immediately' t outside -

in a new loop at the lop so Old I $1.000,000() ()()() road! realignment and could result, and Ihe aliernji' He saw a potiiiible return to the the area They have alreadyprotested
could fly on the Fourthof Little Dixie' Residents ProtestStuart's live tU thm hit sand could TIC old Horutoriiil district setup ol I verbally, claiming the
Glory about mile south of the
bridge a weighted votes by which big city I Martin. SI. I .Ucio and Indian River -I zoning a host will devaluate theirproperty
present location. representative's could east IO() 01huire I couniles. and guys I. his opuiion t of them are tv
-tt I The Palm City Bridge often vote's! clith": ; Hut Govtrnoi tarn Itiyant peeled to attend the tnliupulctl
: OK AMIDOIb; called! the roller coaster because of Street Assessment Plan 1 Race trick Raids! W' which all i will probably Ix Bused to t.aU lit\ lively seining Ihnrsdi) ninhuI
FOR INSECTICIDES its up and down effect and noise counties; received more thus tiOO 1 speci4: tcsuoru, ? ," I heir pclitlort, li reportedly being
sagged abotit\ six Inches on the -- j held for presentation b Y' Andy
Knowing of the widespread use ... ". ./ /iiliftleki/:
east end lust week and brought lop :r- ..
of organophosphbrus insecticidesin brass from the SRD to the area ;Stunrts: street cuiimmcuon sit J I be spread over a tniec-yeur period jtpecial/ : : assessment wan finally) reqilI II fhe urea to be re/oned alas
Martas County's flower and for a hurried and evalua maintenance program now await,I it Was "pointed out, with- (- I It carried; unanimously subject) .Itan I Evinrude Group includes the Palm City Ball Part
other agricultural industries, a tion. Jt i it on the survey access route to only Circuit ( ourt validation ofa f per cent .interest: after the fml amendment which obvniles li) a( hleh: hits been leased: for: a dollar

uiUteribcr, Frank 1. Lenikus of the coast from the Stuart exchangeon SI80,000!( certificate year. I puyment of uny interest on t b e I Conference Set a year by the county from Mrs
revenue :
Pittsburgh Pa. ask! Us to pass on the turnpike. Truflic is heavy When the resolution for t the assessment/ il paid m this first' yefir/ Alice B. Patterson, *xie of this
the Information that an antidote i IVSUC'! ___ ,_
and increasing --- ---- --- h owners approving the ;wrung
called. "Protopan Chloride" (also At a public hearing before: the IOn New Facility vhurge.
2-PAM Chloride and pralidoxmte The engineers found the structure City Commission Tuesday alter Double Celebration The plat now on file with Zon-
chloride), has been developed and "in very bad shape approved noon no objections) were raised! ComingFor i I leg Director Fred Bell indicates
is being distributed by Campbell I emergency repairs and estimated to the progress as such but colored A group of twelve executives 01 there will be 136 mobile home
Inc.. New York it would probably cost more in residents of 'Little Dixie," who ,the Omhiwd Mirme Corpora
Pharmaceuticals Stuart the FourthA oia available, with fifty*!* mobile -
I the long run to rehabilitate the on v l'Ih lion was lo at Stuart by
City, It is one of the drugs recommended comprised about three quarters of > arrive homes anticipated In Ihe
by tne Department of I bridge than to build a new one at the sixty-odd persons attending the plane from Milwaukee, 61t around early stage of development. The
Horticulture of Pennsylvania Stato another locution meeting, classed as 'unfair' the planned by the (hambcr needing( of representatives: of I pni Wednesday June 17, lo official name of the development
University for stocking In poison I Apparently the "thinking" by method of assessment: A number l ol' Commerce indicate a full day orgini/mions and interested individuals confer on uses t>t' the properly re il Sailfish j Lodge Mobile' Village.
control center the !SRD has been going on for aconsiderable of the streets to be constructed lie in of activity to celebrate both lisle was scheduled for 7:30( cenlly purchased at Stuart fur out. Also proposed by the owners of
time, since there is a 'Little Dixie. pendence Day and Stuart Golden pin Wednesday! June 17 at the i I hoard testing purposes.' the land Is a swimming pool and!
)"rMR. I route for the road and bridge un Property owners on each side Anniversary Stuart (number office on West The riverfront include emodclmg at the lodge.
AND' MR.S. DAMS der consideration should the department of the streets will pay one-third, With a 'few details to be ironed Ocean Boulevard I h" old Sluiirl Marna Service posed lakes will also be dredgedIrons ,
AT ROTARY CONfAB IN finally decide it has to each towards construction with out at this week planning meeting Ihirty-four parade entries have I plant most t recently owned by Merman a swamp area near Cornell
TORONTO, CANADA I 'close the present structure, at (least the City picking up the tab for the i the chamber will release aati' been" registered to date, with more w r I Decker and Sons mid used asa Avenue.

Ernest Davis of Stuart and! New I to heavy traffic wouldbe remaining/ one-I hi rd. plus the cost! full schedule next week with e\pcCtL''I! Ihe "oUrlparaJe/ usually foum Milwaukee t Specifically, the. area involved
York City Rotary Clubs attendedthe The proposed new bridge of work at intersections and for innovations in entertainment. One has about I lilly units in the {I Ihe will fly; begin: s at a point on the St. Lucle.
1964 convention of Rotary In. 1 located! in the vicinity where drainage .. major new feature will be fireworks line-up: i. I back on I nday afternoon 'r Ihrei River near the intersection of No-
ternational at Toronto Can., June Martin Grade's Twelfth Street extension Little Dixie" residents on the St. ucle River fired C'IARENCL Mc<;thMcGeelsNew I couples accompanying them will bIll Avenue and Palmetto Drive:
I dead-ends! at the river in complained Stuart Volunteer Fire ("in the vinrudo yacht extends eastward!
by Department around! the
7.14.. Mrs. Davis accompanied! him that they had! paid taxes river
-- --- -- -- : members from Negotiate for'I'ernlination clecr which is leaving Eleventh
to Street
u barge : ; west on Elev-
to the session, witch drew tome 1 1- for many years ant! never nail decent "Chanli'l
14,000 Rotarian! and members of 1 streets while downtown Stu- "1 I his program should "accomplish of j New York World's fair. enlh Street about one block, then
their families from sixty countries. $$750,000 Suit art streets had been constructed our two-fold purpose Cham -- (Continued on Page 2-A)
Prime her President Ronny Nelson! !said Culvert Contract Officer I 1'1'.
Principal speakers were without any special assessment on City l'IUn I: SQUADRON\
Minister Lester B. Pearson; Carlo Filed Miller adjoining I property owners, "to keep Martin County residents ', \\ 11.1. VIM' I lit Nt.
P. Romulo( president of the by City u :t Manager Joe C rowdcr home for a safe holiday and to Approval, to negotiate for term- | ON 'lAlllrK'H I\V Water Island
who donned
of the and attract visitors through our statewide miiliim of a contract between the
University Philippines; l pointed out that once the new publicity" county and Dickcrson Inc., for a uniform for the first time on Friday The t fort Pierce Power lloa
of f
Clinton B. Anderson Vs. Stimmell
Senator Mexico Mr and Mrs, Davis i I construction be was completed the -_ hi>x culvert on Pratt & Whilney June 12, ll the latest additionto I Squadron will celebrate lather's By October Is
New would for
travel tour In Canada before City responsible Road has been given to County Stuart Police Department "| Day on Sunday, June 2wllh/ aI
plan a I A libel suit asking $750 KX() in maintenance. Lngineer Fred 'Bell. A native of Sebrmg who has I cruise and rcndc/vou at t h.
Erie, Pa., for Suit Is
to Filed
returning damages was filed in Martin CirCUit I Payment of Ihe special assessment "- I I the culvert was to have cost spent most of his life in Arcadia Anchorage Yacht Club. A buffet Seen by Merrell
the summer. I Court Tuesday against Kenneth | set at $2 a front foot, may tnVH5. Since Pratt & Whitney' j and Okeechobee, McGee came to lunch 1 will be held on the pool

or Stimmell, owner of Stuart --- To Quiet TitleA Road has been scheduled! to be Smart about three and one-half grounds. starting at 12'JO( p m.
THVNkFUL WK: DONT:'\ I I I Services and a former mayor of III-R Ml) SIAIMRSHrrKrNI I constructed, the county fuel: ) trw months ago. H* live in the cily w 11 h the Anchorage members Hutchinson fresh water front Stuart on
HAVE CAPE'S 1RVIMC ,i Stuart I I I culvert should await final engineering I with hit wires son, and two daugh 'welcoming uhourJ members of Island by the end of
) GtlSIS: 1927 deed October was the word from Rolnd -
Filing the action was County not recorded until uf the road ters. the visiting "squadron
Ole Almegord who Commissioner Edward Miller who Jim Martcnhoff boating editor April of this year I"to! iht Merrcll. trustee for the island
led his wife, Gladys accompan'j j' said ha was "defamed and abused' I I Nixon Smiley garden editor and :I filing last week of a quiet title property owner I. Wednesday
and Auxiliaries by Stiinmell during the recent I I Florida! 'feature writer and Jack suit by R, V Johnson, local reaJlor morning
coa Beach for thret days county primary clextion ,, Kofocd columnist all of t b e ( against the City of iluarl Merrell said that he had had a
weekend says: "I'm glad I live i|i In his suit Miller cited a letter Miami Herald, will be weekend I, According to Johnson and his discussion with) Harry P. Davi
in Palm City You have no idea written by Stimmell which said I I guests of the Evinrudes at bnlI I i, attorney William R. Scott. Johnson son Jr. vice president of Southern -
of the traffic confusion is thousands Miller was desirous of; becoming ford Villas and! the Outrigger this ,, purchased! a parcel of land Gulf Utilities Inc.. of Miami,
of missile workers go to and ]1 I "political dictator of Martin County Saturday and SundayUVR.SIIALL I Ii < on the west side of Colorado Ave on Tuesday afternoon
from their jobs. Believe me. Martin ." Miller called this an attack -- nue immediately north of Fra/ici' At that tune. Davison staled
County really seems quiet and! against his character and mtivea.I I i--- Creek, in 1956, and at that time 1 1I thai it would probably lake sixty
peaceful to me now-and I appreciate Copies of the two-page letter +1 1i 1o 1t' l I a title search disclosed no inform' k, + 1 day fur the necessary routine and
it more than ever" I II I attributed; : to Stimmell: ; were hand tion that the City had an easement coli waning periods In connection with

ed the County Commission, pre ,' for a road( over the north thirty State Road Department and Corps
I and radio just prior to the election.A I|I feet of the property. of I Engineers: detail to be worked *
I II When out. but that work should start
I Tale TwistingBy pholoslalic copy of the letter Johnson applied for a
by Aug. 1'to Carry water mains
is included! documents filed in i I building permit this April, he was
I JACK JAMES: I II the court action. I told by William V Wheeler city cross the Indian River to the
I In his suit Miller denies all of I I building In\pectorlbiit he must Island.
"THb: KMI 0 CO"BIIY have The work should be completed!
the charges made In the Stirrunell! a thirty-foot setback on the
The general public in entitledto letter north side. Wheeler said he knew in ninety days, barring emurgen-/

read I in the newspapers (without + S i of the existence of the easement! cell, Merrcll suld, which would
TV propaganda) where these rock. because: he previously owned I land mean a finished job by OcL 31.
throwing demonstrators are being adjoining the easement nearer to
employed on. a rock-pile I M theI. BIRIIIDAGUT u. s. I IA F Lad Week, Weather
real peaceloverscan What could be a finer birthday td"a search then revealed the r'r
peacefully gift than a subscription to The Stuart unrecorded deed in the city, vault I.T.p.n'tars". 10 leis.t. Low 1. lid! tsii....
travel on our Newt for someone planning to and it was subsequently/ filed. t Jun. II II N ..oreI
roads and streets retire .here Mrs. Harriet R. Whee- ,I While the non-recording of a c I:::.II: "IT ;ii :ne:

without fear of lock of Pittsburgh. Pa,,, wrote: deed does not invalidate it. lack: r 1, ,. J' i M. 14 as It :: :..aan.
a bump on the "When my husband retire two '. .- I of notice may substantiate John'eons I. I J.... ii .1 II U ,,vii iiArse.
i head or maybe years hence we plan to make our claim, it M understood.ILr.SIUY ,' .. .....'.IU.. lei waaai. fI.L
an eyeful of home in Jensen Beach where 1llf A'r
windshield glass.If we've bought property on !Skyline 1' I TtMPfRAILKEiiontsr : : 1'Ii1f(1O! ant hWai.r tow wars.
is enthusiastic .e A.M. PJJ. AM. PM.Jan.
the Drive. My husband! so
eO"bo'r.; mis YEAR \I EMI sea awl 1:11
about the Martin County :
ing /ills hand arc I Jot". II
worshp" is true they need helpto area that I'm getting him a subscription EVANS, An official high of 93 in Stuart .oI.I I.,. 11 aes SCI oil'II' lla1101 liSt to If
six days a week then to The Stuart News asa it now a Tuesday was' the highest temperature O. Kindred recetvetTf plaque J..m It .... I:4f: 1101iota.
sky busy : nJeo; MJ"I: I FOR OUTSTANDING: I SERVICE: to the community. Henry right II .1M1 see 11111 tlee
hold God's word birthday gift" There' no better the J. D, of the year to date but was I II
engagement to I Thursday, June J II I. from County Judge-deet Mallory 1 Johnson! and Police Chief Janus J. 101 Sal UIIS mea
27 East Ocean Boulevard below the I on .I._ 14 ,..,
record iM1.11
'wal faith on the seventh. (See you way for anyone to get a 'well rounded I' way nigh for Club. tea
of Stuart CiviUiu
In Clureh Sunday) picture of our area advance. be started on June 1, 'June, 102 in 1944. Taylor, secretary and treasurer respectively > ,....u. P\ ale tits "*. .U era tPKY -.


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T filE STUART (Tla.) NEWS! Thursday. June IS. 1964 io1iEi ABOUT W Woolwme family. The Me MORE ABOUT .
I ( ormickk w ere transferred t c

A' targe. a Mobile went Spring to Webster I Lake and Both the of Woolwmc these men Palm City SpanIs ,

INDIANTOWN NEWS have gone into full time ministry.

I Park Is PlannedFor Mrs. Frank Snipes and children in Bad Shape;

MRS, DOROrm Me\IL1ST IR, Correspondent 597-2557 and Mrs Jeanette Bell and chil-

Palm City dren spent \\cdnesday June Id Ponder New Site
in Moore Haven vihiiing' relatives! '

Methodist Church School (Continued from Page 1 1-A) Mr and Mrs Jessie Elmore and (Continued from Page I I-A) 1 NpZI
I family are vacationing i m Jacksonville
southward: to Twelfth Street From : this week, The Elmores, ; curve In Palm at Murphy
Ends Successful SessionI i hut point it runs wet on Twelfth plan let return home this weekend Rood nd Palmetto, and the
Street nea,,'y to C Cornell: northward other at Mapp Road and State Road
I he Methodist Church Vaca seeker. Mrs, Robert Unicc am, to Tenth ."Street: cast on Tenth ton Mr and Mrs. John Holt and 714. It would also eliminate the
Noble A'enue.hcre' children. David! and Ruth Ann cramped accesses to the
point near
I I Linda Nicklc who worked in the
1 "n Bible School was a success. visited Mrs John Holt Sr and bridge for
and primary departments; it turns noith to the St l.ucic large truck
I, carding to Mrs Talmadge Howij nursery Mrs k. Max Thomas and Mrs About ten blocks are in the Miss Billie Holt in Miami I last Speculation also has it that the

,, i. director. II Pat Rackley who worked with tract About 900 feet M waterfront weekend. new location: probably would not
I here... were thirty-five enrolled the juniors and Max Thomas. who property, Twelfth Street Danny Ray Tucker of Cocoa bring complaints from conservation
i 11 ihc. school. with an average' otcndincr taught the junior high. Thanks also which jIhe southern border of Beach spending this week with groups. since the bay area to be
ol thirty-one, went to the refreshment department the requested coning change!! is Ricky Yodtr. son of Mr. and Mrs. tilled is mostly mud flats.. Fishing I
Mr Howard expressed thanks consisting of Mrs K. Nickle now being conbidired by the state Richard Yoder.Lieclion and pawning it felt to be of little
r. Pall) Dearien and Diane Howrd chairman, Mr. Claudia Parsons u a new accits" road from the consequence there The bay area ;
Mho kept records, Mary Hit. Mrs Roy Sheets, and Mrs Sunshine State Parkway with a of officers for the has long been filled with lilt fromLake I
new Palm City Bridge crossing at Teen Club I WAS postponed due to Okeechobee, and conservationists i
d the !point where Twelfth Street in insufficient i number of r members say fishing and navigation
dead ends at line ri\'er. prevent: I liclion of officers bay already been badly damaged 4 T
ftjjlillilil "z 'IAn.- will now be held Friday night, T h. problem of right-of-way AP
iiU B II FRIDAY. SA1URDAY ANDSUISDYY June 19. probably would be lessened at the
IJ''LU 1115 Henry I.cighow.As Mr and Mrs Chester Gibsonhave Twelfth I Street location Both theW
a a( treat, Mr. Thomas moved into their new borne M. Kjplinger interests and
took his Junior high class bowling Osccola Drive' in Indmntown Charles H prim of Fort Lauderdale r
Wednesday and ThursdayAPERIBERGSUTON in Stuart on have Indicated that right-
,,.. l
ParkMrs of-way through their land for the
PFfcSONAL Fannie Lawson and children approaches and the route on the
N FM, ..s I of Tampa are visiting her east side of the liver _ill be no '" '
PRODUCTION The Indiantown Methodist I mother, Mrs Annie Carnell, this problem. //tiuI
Church has a new pastor Rev O week... Kiplinger and Associate own rt '
mmCHAMBERLJUH t / W. Slapkton who comes to In. the land. on the east side of the '

diantown from Fort Pierce LAUAL AUsICRTtal'wlt\T, < bay all the way to State Road 76 f :' : :I.
---- t' ;
'run has under his :; :
trusteeship a
Jima Ann and Stanley Nickle Nori> M OK l'r..TIOTO ::
ai N arw armnl sal are visiting their grandparents in HK: .IKIkH' : Hllllol' lint III'WM tit' section of land bordering on Indian ", ,, ... I'..
hette! U hereby Klven
Interlaihcn I The children will he undf:'ilMnud under th"( pr> I Inluni I Avenue and immediately east .: .
(right most of the summer of i'hairier MUM. Lawn ot h1urlda:- of State Road 76 but the county ; fI'f4 ; < .
Poi gone AH. at 1(41, will( rulntor with llw feet. The '
right-of- sixty
( I.rk or the (Irtult nurt In reedtreotii t way is only Inc. Okeechohee. flew
Jf01101' Mrs Maggie Priest had surgery Klorl In upon: county hat the needed 100.foot WHEN: IL II (Buster) Christopher of Christopher'* Dusting over the
performed on her hip Tuesday I t of pfrli the:flrtltloui rmbliiillon name 10-nl right.of.way along the remaining other day in his helicopter to transact some banking business, there was a welcoming committee\
thaw nollea.
IN PANMOIje: morning at the Good Samaritan wit: routs from the Parkway entranceto meet him out In front composed of Dale M Hudson, D S. Hudson Jr. and Charles R Sihait! eel.i ificials

Hospital In WeM Palm Beach und,"r MART which MOTOR HART I U. S I J. The county would need of First National Bank of Stuart.
-AUV o-- bmlnpiK having ourlprinrlpst I pt.reor : forty feet of right-of-way across
Mrs Marie Gaskin and children hiiHlnoim In Xlllnrt I :M I irtln ( < int the Crim
her mother, Mrs Ruby t h. ''I...; that ,rho pardon tnirreeted l property
He was as FEARED as JACK SLADE and WYATT EARP are visiting In salt hnahar5 am I'nrolhj needt'klwerd It hat been pointed out that this
Hunt) in Mayo. I Marllu, I:: of Hluurt. r
route I is by no means settled granted Members Cruise
nod that (1en are no oihp p l- 68 I
.t Imiantown lost two much-loved mom Intprfnt .In tail tub.hose. a new bridge will be built on Anchorage
families this week Rev. George EIHV fHIIKPTin A ItIII..nTIof!\ : an emergency basis. Another routecould I
s i 1W McCotmiik. family and Rev. R shah: J"... 18. 25. July a. t. lst4 ) be followed This route is boat.
4:30 ied the a-cailc
approximately one mile farther The Anchorage Yacht Club I Beach Yacht Club between : departing about
gJ. \ south and would need less fill but Bout-a-Cade left Rio between noon and 5:30 that evening' A motoring noon on Sunday, June 14.
OPENS-/ would have' right- group arrived at 7 p.m. All touring boats arrived' hack
1 BOX OFFICE probably higher and 2:30: pm. Saturday, June 13,
7:00: of.way costs '/The state no doubt with all boats arriving at the Vero A Vero Beach welcoming committee at the Anchorage Yacht ( luh hv
... .1 An will weigh carefully the costs involved was on deck with real red 530: p.m. Sunday, with no ms
AORV wrr.A, r.e I show TIME in both routes before making I.G'L AIfhn'rI.IeMic\T: carpet treatment for all visitors, hups and a very successful bosh;,
745 a final decision.Costs and a buffet dinner and well-plan- cade behind them,
CAlNOUN rJMOON.'iu'TAuu: '- in this case may be the ': I.\\ 0 h..hy TIt given' HNOTICK that th* red floor show were enjoyed by I -
N g determining factor in constructionof Fq mlUatlon Itoird of the ('lty o.( everyone. AIWkTg
Hiunrt will meet nn M"nd.Y afternoon TMIIL.MRI1L"1B.
.. Friday, Saturday and Sunday the new route and bridge. At Jul) 0. Isis it the hour nf The Anchorage Yacht Club was
the $1.000.000in 200: o..k' In the City Hall ofKid well represented with a total of
moment, finding .
City it wl Ich plo and time eEV
Friday and SaturdayrftlfiWSlRWIESS IQO 00 Biceps meet 5.0oo Bikinis emergency funds could prove' th. llty. An.m iinini Hoi I fir the: I sixty-eight i members including
unsuccessful rear tanwilt h. auhmittel. 1 to aatd Commodore and Mrs Sam Rhodes,
Hoard fees approval; further node
The funds would hato' come I. heroby given that All pernonn Vice Commodore and Mrs David
FRANKIE AVALON ANNETTE FUNICELLOE I..lrlnll to have rnrreetiona. made. Gale Rear Commodore and Men.Jack
from be to, state primary
IN or charged In told Roll whether In the Iltttag
... UlfJIllt/olM road funds. There is no valuation! of property, or othrrwluc Addy, Past Commodore and
ROBIRTSON I arc required I In fllo with Mrs. Walter Baumann Past Commodore ?
DALE for Palm Bridgein
new City
money 4 the illyudltor ail Clerk nn or ,
K' the state's 1964-65 budget boforo the YVONNE D. CARLO } InC nl said PiiallMtlon Board n* and Secretary Mrs Edna Wolf
MAMimeANINTeKNATIONAl.WMw.IN COLOR There isn't even money allocatedfor afennall their I'..tltlon nottlnv ,.. I'I'" :
} WILLIAM ( rehabilitation of the bridge. forth their objpcllnni to .m'h incnnment Breakfast was served by the ..dJllu ...bl
I 01964 Amutcanlntanationdpklura .
I In the 1il\ have and tl enrrortleot wairhthey Vero Beach Yacht Club Sunday j
short stale to start
hftVA W
ditrft' to
.bmW..."tiaw\ tent! BENSdjIX 1 from scratch C'ALUM M". (' tA' I.\Ie.\ morning

,, PIAWaNIlfl.) I Ii Thisis A It is possible' there is "some fund Pun: A June* Cliy II. Auditor i<: 11104) nil (lurk( Music and singing accompan crvi TO yoyg., RED CROSS
:.: > mcot | It'sthe same kids.\ ""nmruihrn' that has the available -- --

.. = I the same beach... "i Bipilcy i :This could well l beSun-
I female ; shine State Parkway access
a {. J = but this time the : funds '
: >
-PI.Us- : wheeler,., Another possibility !lie in the Father Day Greetings -

: and T 1; party's got MUSCLE. 5CO1IIT proposed. Interstate-95. If the newrouta
could be included
SUN FLYNN and bridge -
man! fi in tho route that 1-95 is to take
,son of Erne) r1r"n) '
w then it might be possible the state '

; CIUIAIW! i f :.o the stretch could federal get now.government emergency This idea to help is build currently from the FRANCES< LANGFCRD'S: )

IOOD believed to be tenuous
"Ji Regardless of the difficulty of --
: 'nCHNICOIOR- NN TON whatl Amer obtained funds for the new road') RI4GERoor

and bridge the SRD feels something ,. RESTAURANT
handise! : A i must be done about the old "
Sunday and Monday bridge, and quickly. Temporary,
repair won't solve the problem, be-
cause of the heavy traffic. But
with some refrain the old bridge -
IIASHA1TERINO could remain in use indefinitely for
local light traffic or at least until
I the county could replace the bridge
I through use of secondary road FATHER'S DAY MENUSUNDAY
I from the mote who Ofe o FIRST RUN IN STUART funds! at some future date.
In the final analysis many
1he Guos 0 NaVdf008ea persona m the Stuart area would
: i I Susan Plushette Ty Hardin tike to see the Sunshine State JUNE 21-2 P.M. TO 8 P.M.
... Parkway traffic come into Stuart
walIA "WALL OF NOISE" and by-pas* the old bridge They
say and rightly that the old span
U is ugly dangerous, and fives visitors -
a bad first impression. They Polynesian Combination Platter
AT : point out that new bridge* are a
!iI sign of progress. Chow Mein Ribs Shrimp Fried
Regardless of the outcome, by Rice

.. T,1EeEATEs'kCOME7UTOWN" __ saying the bridge la in bad shape Sherbet
structurally, the state has opened
ii NT w ALarsj 'orosl"MnINA l JfANNC T .,W? the door wide enough for proponents Coffee or Tea
EDWARDS UNMET HAMILTON MERCOUR1 MOREAI) __ E HNICOLO ..... < :. for "a modern of a new span bridge for to modem push $2.95



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.. WAL.LACI.el CALUN MMaNa ( ,J&NDA& a MITCHUM BERGER Southern Fried CMckenI I I '

... Tuesday and Wednesday -AnnouncingYACHT Green Peas Sherbet Potatoes

MI line'm pi/a t ISm simeat tsxlORRtltC1i

.. e Coffee or Tea

rn $2.95
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.. w 1 et w Prime Ribs of Reef an Jus
.. aIt
Potato Salad l 1s

.. man mule OPEN FOR BUSINESS Sherbet

: CNlMA8eOH' Coffee or Tea

w: KIDS -DQN'T FORGET After Our Recent Vacation) $4.75

SUMMER TIME MOVIE PARTY I Also Serving From Regular Menu:

I OPEN DAILY 4:00 P.M. TILJ 10:30 P.M.
: TUESDAY, JUNE 23rd., 9:30: ajn. : :

: All Prizes Courtesy NEISNER'S Reservations 'Advisable
.. ondays-
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Terms Are Tax District Is IIII') sliR | tytrklnl NFW'S fhursdny. June._ OR<. 19o"4 3-A1'a
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Handed Three in Seen Dead Issuen ,' < a R'I' sa'

r \ OleechoKvalcrwliy Navi- I ,yaiat
CourtThree II ) ,
mon Tax District: is apparently II
I ,ti.id .isvtw once and lor all.
men weft sentenced ma I Ibis was indicated. : Friday ul a I 4 t :
a fourth forfeited bond last 1 week miiing. in Went Paten !Ikiiih cull- A
in Martin Circuit l+ J ,I hlha (enliwl und bush Florkxxl I
Court JI
.1 I Conicol {District' to dos.
Willie! H Carter
was found ,
'" > us general program in the
guilty of Msault and hutterv, and I a
sentenced! to six months, in I h a I the Waterway fits District wa
County jail hy Circuit Judge C ,'1\ the igcndii.\ but when it was
Pfeiffer Trowhndge ,.tiled reprtscnljlives from I cc 4 4i
mil Mmilr. coiiniittH prevented a i i
Preston Davidson ThommasMI pennon opposing the tax district.
w a. sentenced to eighteen Hid ,\pr"illj its confidence: in I
months at Raiford for Introducing I the Hood Control Distirici I : operilions -
contraband (a pistol into the coun as they now stand.
ty jail. alter II brief discunsin"" t the
Jesse P Rowell received five i I 1111\ district\ proposal was labletl inililinili.lv .
years at Raiford for robbing a .
filling station in October 11J6:1.: | I he tabling of the proposed; di i
An appearance bond of $5.000 I trio came as no surprise, since it
was llel by Judge Trowhridge "when was met with a loud "''If.'" when itI
the defense counsel 1 indicated the I was brought up at a mortiag. Muy
Sentence would be appealed. I I''is at Sluurl At that un.e. most.
Claude Richardson forfeited a I ol' the rcprcseniaiives of<< the fixcounties
S2.VK) bond"when he failed to appear indicated a new lax would
on a charge of grand larceny I have rough going" with the voters "-

I the lax would have len one-
The world's largest unmounted fifth null levied on property i in the
globe i Is the centerpiece of the I'I five: cooties. The distrt.1: could

national Geographic Society's new 9. have "borrowed money and sold
Explorers{ Hall I I in Washington 'I bond for general wuteivay' improvements
The sphere weighs about a thousand I ,
pounds: it measures eleven I During/ the meeting I I. h.. Tri-
feel from pole to polo and thirty (oiint\\ four feel around! the equator the li'D with forrecommended
a plan J
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MRND: !MRS "r.\'oUV; ; kill'DISC, Sebastian will observe
AMERICAN Legion Auxiliary officers, Harold Johns Post No. *2, recording secret.iry. Jennie Wilbur. treasurer Nellie Pcz&uu. hn- along the. north shore ol Luko ,. *
thni u i tells ,inmversurv June ,Oith
Sunday an
tlumg ,
H1J loots openhit
Okeochobee The I the
installed in ceremonies Friday evening June 12 are front row Italian; Mannie Wool, color hearer: Lillian FiUjrn. si mil in lor .
plans' under advisement. hot did e trap i' m Ihi Kilihmgs are former Stuart residents
left to right: Davida Taylor vice president, Theresa Brown, pre l. Gertrude Boyd corresponding secretary Myra Hilton, siiinU\ -m-lor .
nol discuss them.SIII'Cill'IL and hi "is the nephew of the (ale Stanley Kitchmg of Sumrt They
dent; Josephine Makul), Fort Pierce District 1 12 president and installing Marie Hironimut, chaplain, Mr 1',lmu< wm alto a. siaml-m for ,
were iMM-rted ftn lima :10.! 1914 In Sebastian She I li the former
officer: Clara Mae Tsimas', outgoing president: May Barnes Florence Bull;'irj' sergeant-at'nrmi. I WRIIISi Am Fold

second vice president Back row. left to right: Gertrude Minnchan, -- -- -

Harold Installed June 12Installation I .Willuim. summer H vacation Mitchell: at ependmghit Nfuncy, WHITICAR
Johns Auxiliary '
Pa. writes Out "iti> so. cool that
a woolin shirt feels good hire"If
I you: want to feel{ like he feels, BOAT WORKS
ceremonies were I ian, Nellie Pezzoni; historian, Margaret SorJs Pearson knolls, exalted ruler BPOF. and turn lo the special air-condition-
West 1 lab Off Indian Avenue, Port Sewatl
held Friday evening June 12, hy I ric Hironimus, I' Grayce Lawson. sergeant'al past commander of the Indiun- i I Ing supplement Section D in to MARINE
A the American legion Auxiliary ,I Florence Bullard, lUo I arms. town Legion Post Alta Schucffermg day's News, where local dealers RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS
Harold Johns Unit No 62. New gpant-at-arms, Mannie ; Ciucsts were Jennie Smith president and Margaret Ivcrscn, new arc offering the nearest substitutefor CHRYSLERAMFRICA'S
officer are: president, Theresa ecutive committee ( of the lot a! Veterans of Auxiliary members mountain air. NO. I MARINE ENGINE
Brown; first vice president Davida I Mvra) Hilton and I Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Mrs derlrudo, Minnehan attendedthe i
HUSTON'SOFFICE Rural Route No. I, Florid DIal ATlMtta 7.246
.Taylor, second vice president, May Installing officer .. I Elizabeth Weignnd, Melbourne Legion and Auxiliary\ convention PITY MrHlNfi
FQUIPMFNT I Barnes: recording secretary, Gertrude Makal, District 12 past district president. ; Margaret in Jacksonville on June 36. i The. City Commission will meet BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE
Osceola Avenue 287.2399 Minnchan: corresponding!I district officers Bounds! Dorothy imam, Emma Nellie Pcz/oni has been appoint at City Hull on Monday. June 22 Agent tot AII'flIlf'lff. Inc., laxldrnnht
secretary, Gertrude histor ''c.s Tausch, all of Jcnsin Beach Earl 12 legislative chairman. .
Boyd; Snyder ; ed l District ut X
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NO I' MU('II WAS LEFT of the Carl Hood home in Subdivision, Rio, lust Friday "when

fire of undetermined origin swept through a day'I' concrete block building A Rio THE RUBBER
BAILEYBOAT fireniiin and an unidentified by-sunder look at the

\ Company Fire Razes Homement Ai .. ..... .. ,

AlA Jensen Beach 287.0936 '"", S)

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A fire raced and later the Stuart Fire rilIIJ ,
cabana and a small Department.

; building Friday I Loss of the buildings and contents .....
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GOLFNew Woods Subdivision irv was estimated at $3MX(
Mr and! Mrs Carl None of th e Hoods belongingswere

ers of the I saved '
Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. home when properly the fire [ I Also! living: in the buildings were %

LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right )Just before crowing neighbor Ken Mrs Ruth Milliard and her two 2O' 20
ed he called the Rio children, and a roomer, Boyd Fowl.
New to Beach
Bridge er' They were not at home

NEW SUMMER RATES- ARMY The house was blazing furiously
when firemen arrived. A live wire
COMPLETE Greens Fee WATERWAY : prevented them from fighting the TRADE-IN SPECIAL
18-1IOLE COURSE $2.50 for Award maintenance of a $ fire reached for several the sane minutes after they OFF '.3-T 0a Nylon IS Slz. ;

,... .... Intracoastal Waterway M n. Hood reported she and ..
No Trade-In Price AII- r"42tMbftyptO76 No Trade-In Price
CARTS St. Johns River in her husband made the last payment

-IS Holei ELECTRIC.... on' ....... $5.00 ft was Jupiter announced in Palm today months on ago.the The properly about and two Safety All-Weather $ Nylon All-Weather

9 Holes ............_ ...... ......... 3.00 H. R, Parfitt: : contents were not insure glut tat 1x
Engineer for the U. S. Deputy Sheriff Tom Wyatt is old bra
MEMBERSHIP: fi of Engineers. conducting an Investigation Into

MEMBERSHIP INITIATION FEE 100.00 Under the the cause of the fire WHITEWALLS2for$22 _ _
shoals which have
several F1LLb
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP! ......._.?_. 100.00 stretch of points the ._
DRIVING R4NCE AND COMPLETE GOLf MIOP removed, Colonel COURT Bluituind2Mllri
:. BEN HARTIG PHONE Inc. of Lake Park, R. V. Johnson and Mary C -
ted the lowest of Johnson, his wife, VI. City of Stuart -I BUY1 BIB CAR BUY
PRO MiNACER 2872274 required to formerly Town of Stuart quid ,

i within 135 calendar -__ title; W, R. Scott. 6.00 x 13 Size 8.00x14 Size
: Roberta J. Wailter vs. James M
Walker, divorce; W. R. Scott Blackwall TubatmWhltowaNc Blaekwatl Tubeless
Wallace Clement vs. Wanda Faye $
Clements; McRoherts and Johnson MHO liMIT" 00

Thomaa ('cderil!. sometimes GUARANTEE tax>
Authorized known at Thomas J. Cockerill. _
.. MM M _/lie bit!) M .IIt
CHRIS-CRAFT g'D and louise Cockerill. his wife, vs lust y more .ach /M H .M.. a'rutt/IM MOM M WumltM Whll wIU just 12.10 more each
R. M. Pitchford I ..1inot'KM trIO'
; 'SEA SKIFF' I M Pitchford, his wife, mortgage I I ALL SIZES NOW AT *U Hi*( iw.eoni "Mits : :'.Miimt ALL SIZES NOW AT
foreclosure .....s I' ... ....,,1'11 .

Southern Till Research Company S8 t 12 t tar 221 /0 a MOOttA net Mill UNOf: 1110113 1 Iw 4.20 4 M AOL11u14
2 tsr 1IO 41w 7300 THIS IMWNIII M, N p..l IkMMOOO 120112 hr 2.1.20 4tr S31 Ig
vs. Jimmie King, his wife, .
I bxxlyiM woos! to IM "Unite"
and Howard Miller, and his wife 1.00 t 15r 1.10 41 L/0 HIM fit Ca-ads mH HUM. .''MI 20 i4 lA0 .i $1210LSO
> M '" "' able M MWr.]' 11:01t14
if married, complaint\ to fM .: 01 117e i ifl
_T TRARER$ quiet ti-1 I eorO tn"wsoa ale annal'" [
ACCESSORIES tie, appeal earlier court decision: $ ac t/ ,, 2,11 |t. HM', 4S LI4 00 4 t.r 11l.0gs
J Johnson and Heller., I I f far INSTANT CREDIT I.1I I 2 4 tsr $12Ntil
AFI SERVICE Beatrice R. pope vi Edward I M1411$ //.r M for holder of charge plates glut 1st $ trt o
Buckley Pope, divorce Oughtcr-1 I 4 national credit, aids .s a""" "' iii
GRUMMAN MARINA{ son and Ouaht son. ,

AMERICA'S fiNEST UNEI l Cheney Mavn, divorce L Cheney; Elton\ vs.H James Schwarz L, |I I NO MONEY DOWN' FREE MOUNTING EASY TERMS

440 ROUTE 707 RIO-JENSEN BEACH only el are''Ia STOREAT
smaB brick factory, mission I GOODYEAR SERVICE
) printing'! presses and a few

-.J .......... ( craft shorn. Its one un bandi.j 74242 2S7 East Osceola, Stuart AT 74243JaU
operated by Roman

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NEWLY installed officers of the National Secretaries AssortBarhara Lmdsey. president, Mabel Dillon, Fort Pierce, installing
lit ion, Stuart Chapter, arc, left to right: Virginia Venue, treasurer officer) and division treasurer The installation dinner was held
and outgoing president; Marge Champlin, corresponding/ secrctan at the Tradeumds Restaurant Judge Evans Crary Jr wait the
Holly Rains, recording secretary; Ivy Murton, vice president. guest speaker

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AI AMONG 1IU. MW LIBRARY BOOKS Sales Tax Topples All RecordsBy

"Big Knives," by Bruce Lancaster -

novel around
A revolving

the heroic figure of George Rog- Passing $200,000,000 Mark OFFICERS of the Harold Johns Post of the American Legion lins, vice commander. Back row, left to right: Roland Minnehan
ers Clark and the opening up of No. 62, installed Friday evening June 12 are, front row, left to chaplain, August Thornquist adjutant, John Keller, service off)
the Middle West. "Big Knife" Is right: Donald Kirkpatrick, first vice commander! ; Charles Eiticn, cer: Eugene Woods, sergeant-at-arms. Historian! Michael Lilt
the Indian'' name for Clark. The Florida sales and use tax kipped May collections, J Ed Straughn, and perhaps end the fiscal year commander, Robert Peck second vice commander, Roscoe Rolman.. is not pictured
research is solid and the story the $200,000,000> mark in one director of the Florida Revenue j with an overage --
exciting. Readers who have enjoyed year for the first time in the history Commission, reports "We are well pleased with col-
the"Guns of Burgoyne" and of the lax with the receipt of Martin County sales tax collec lections, and especially with the Heuvelmans Calls Witnesses Pirates Scout
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"Night Watch" will like this, the n lions for the month were $30- compliance record of Florida taxpayers -
last of Mr. Lancaster books. APPLICATIONS I MARRIAGE lltHNSI.SLibert : from the $41,395.66 collected in response! has been tremendous." For Players in
the same month In 1963. Collections" of the 5 per cent All Doubt Removed Committee
RUMMAGESALE : Hatcher to Johnnie Mac Straughn said May collections, wholesale sporting goods tax for ;
Hogg!!, both of Jupiter statewide' based! on April business, May totaled $87,486, bringing total Try-out CampMartin
Robert Laurence Rice to Claudia I totaled $20,123,303, which was collections for the current (fiscal -
la the Basement of Lee Hansen! both of Stuart I an increase of $3,227,989, or year to 814637. Collectionsfor Views Stripers in River HereBy
TIIE OLD MEIIIOD1ST Jonathan Martin, Stuart to 19.10 per cent over the tame May dropped) $82,087 or 48.40 County youths with
CHURCH Carncbtcm McUert Port Salerno month for the previous year. per cent under collections reported baseball aspirations are advised
Corner Akron and 2nd Streets Lorenza Allen Christie' to Lois Fiscal! year collections\ July I in April that the Pittsburgh Pirates will
IRNLSI I' LION'SNow rushed to the telephone and called channel bass-and twelve baby
FRIDAY mid SATURDAY, Thomas, both of Stuart through May, total $211,806,218, Gasoline tax collections for May Chuck Kindred, president of striped bass ranging from two to conduct a tryout camp at West
Alan Burkhart Wilson to Mary an increase of 2056 totaled there's no doubt whatever
per cent or $12,479,961, a decrease of
JUNE 19th mid 20th Palm Beach
the local chapter and also headof three inches in length on Wednesday and
Louise Foster, both of Jensen $36129637, Slraughn said. $762.883 under April. about a successful spawning of
9 A.M. to !S I P.M. Beach 'It appears fairly certain we striped buss in the St Lucie River the Florida Division of the "Do you solemnly swear that Thursday June 24 and 25, and a
Sponsored by Ernest Junior doper Jensen will make our estimate of $228- Eight out of len United Stales On Friday Martin Heuvelmans, League you see what I see?" asked Heuv- clinic The camp and clinic will
The Riptide Players Beach, to Wanda, Kaye Gludhill, I 000,000) for the first year of the households! saved trading stamps who happens to be the chairmanof "Send some good reliable witnesses elmans, who is an old hand at he held at Municipal Stadium and
Stuart. i 1963.65 biennium,"' Straughn said, last year the 1/iiuk Walton League committee out here fast t." asked Hcuvclmans striped bass fishing He fished will be under the direction of
I which planted the new species Kindred dispatched Don- Long Island beaches before com- scouting director, George Zuraw
vf fish with the aid of the ald Date Andrew Ferrar and ing to Florida The three witnessessolemnly George will be assisted by scouts
Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission Floyd Dille each an unimpeachable crossed their hearts So Bob D'Angio and Pete Ca tigljone.
r'f' happened to be mowing fish authority as well as aWaltoman help them they saw stripers. I Players should report ready to
the lawn on his riverfront home After which Hcuvelmans senta go at 9 a.m. and be prepared to
Hc're..dc\. the North Fork They found Heuvelmans tossing detailed report to James 1 I-ook- wi('rkput( ( imtil\ 2 pm,
Irs e where Brut Road meet* the river shall bits'of t>rcid tn the water I adoo, the fish! commissions b6lo-\' Players must he sixteen year
; EASY TO FIT ANEW 'I 1 happened to see some small Swimming/ around investigating'the gist in charge of the project. He of age to he eligible, to attend the
i fish i swimming around a rock food offering were a couple of also added the information that camp and no Junior American
pile just off my seawall," he said score little fish. : a twelve-inch striped bass had been Ugion player will be pernuu-d\
Heuvelmans stopped mowing There were baby sheepshead!, I caught from the north jetty at the I to participate in the camp) if suds
-" and started investigating. Then he small mangrove snappers, a baby i I inlet by a caster on June 9. participation would interfere with
; FORD INTO -- I I The presence of the very small any Legion/ activities Such participation '!
fish and those! more mature-but will only he permitted with
I Dodgers Trim Giants 8.2 I not as large as the fish that were a letter of) approval from either
I planted' -may indicate that there his Legion coach or the commander -
I have been two successful\: spawn of the Legion Post he represents
j To Keep Slow Pitch Lead ings.!. in I Legion play

s YOUR VACATION FLANS Even Hc'uvclmans, who tends to
i The unbeaten Dodgers remain |Icd Giants to a i 2.M win over Indians be moderate in predictions (and reporter.
atop the Martin County Slow PitchSoftball I for whom Jim Crawfordtook prefers to be backed up by witnesses 'Then maybe haven't ro-
), is showing more you
League a scant one-half the lost Yankees walloped optimism deed all that broken
fame ahead of the Yankees whose Pirates, 8-3 with Henry Crane the than usual In fact, he is getting which is being placed by up Dicker-paving
only loss has been to the Dodgers winner over Bright.SIAMXM.S/ downright assertive! son Inc. as a revetment along the
]In last week's play, Dodgers The striped bass i is known as
river on the north side of U. S 1
heat Giants, 8on:! Friday, with : ; June 16 the rocktish hack East," he told In North Stuart. Some time in the
Mac McKuhen the winning pitcher W L The News "You will note that ,
future that will he the best placeto
i VACATION AND NEW FORD and Bill Rohson the loser The Dodgers ,7 0 the small fry were hanging out catch rockfish
same night Pirates trimmed Angels Yankees 6 1 around a pile of rocks and that Meanwhile should catch a
AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN 2-1 I, with Kermit Bright on Pirates 4 3'' the twclve-mcher was caught froma striper return it alive you They arc
the mound for the winners, and Angels 4 rock jetty Does that mean am i under full protection of the law
Howard Haid! for the losers! Giants t \ 7 thing to you?" while the tribe established
j is -
: AFFORD BOTH On Monday, Bob Greene pitch- Indians:: 1 7i I "Not particularly, admitted thi .

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You can't vacation carefree In a car you have --- -

to care for. Trade in old car cares to us +.

: and take off in a '64 from Ford. Our sales tleirfe, 100 4-Door sedan The South ,ideal, vicitlon ear Has TL
.. have sizzled to record highs and we're fan moothar ride extra Iniulition igilnit heat and tongue Interval" a" w
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between echedulod aervlce then my other ear In I Its clest.faMane .
Wing the flames with record.high trade allow r.

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champ proved It all typi of vicitlon terrain In stride tekea the toughneta out of with, the plusheit tide
with' t two big class wren, in tin 1964 Mont Carlo Ratlyel' ever built Into a compact! Cargoavolum... 79 cu (U




OF EDUCATORS from colleges and organizations over rector of the Division of Community Junior Collegesute Department '
;: the state and their children visited Elliott Museum and the House of Education, hits Lee G Henderson, wife If the assistant
of Refuge ,last week: while their husbands met in a Presidents director of the state agency; Mrs Herbert E, Philip wfe,
; i rrk Council at the Port St. Lueie: Country Club. Adults standing in the of the president of Lake City Junior College, Mrs M rep C,
rk WEB ORDWAY MOTORS back row, left to right are Mrs. Raymond E Schultz: wife of the King, wife of the president of Indian River Junior Coil who
president of the Florida Association! of Public Junior Colleges; was hostess, and Mrs. Charles E Rollins, wife of the aident
: Mrs Marshall W Hamilton wife of the president of North forof Edison Junior College la the front row at left i* Mrs. Brun d
1150 SOUTH ILDUUL HIGHWAY, J IUAKf DIAL Allude 7-0955 ida Junior College; Mrs lame L. Wittenbarger wife of the diWilson, wife of the president of Brevard Junior College



__ -,III;'_jO< ", FKrnrRitk A. CUTELIUS Miller Unit and ctvmologiuil! foe in. In spite history t al Uluo :\oilheiii; Limci. IHI stt',VRT (Florida) l''EW
ot the limited. Uus II rich nit>. thursday Jiiae H. 1W $-"
OBITUARIES I II Frederick A Gutclius seventy- I Will Have' FloatThe Many New Books at harvest. : scope "Tho Rest ot the Story," b Y -----------r- -

I It.1'" ."' 4 f r q. nine Memorial, of Sewalls Point died at Mar- 'Pedro Martinez;" by Oscar Sheilah Grahim A sequel to "!),j. I a number of unsual character! It I.h'II'nally u
tin Hospital on Anna Miller Circle of the "'
1 loved Infidel, which i describes
Lewis Like the author' earlier accurate and packedwith
Services Set Crete He \Vildcrmuth is survived by Gutelius his MondaY'1 f : will Stuart-Jensen have a float Beach in the Elks July lodge 4 pa The Public Library this hook "Ins Children anthropological of Sancrwi Miss Scott Grahams Iitrgenld lose I his affair nook with coven I romance and suspense. The
at once an
alls Point and a nephew Fred the ears from 1940() including hook closes with an account of the
stud force and subtlety )
On Thursday Shell of Columbus, Ohio. I I rade.A dessert table for: the sale of and) If'Jftat literary miutirpiccc. Pedro her life as a respondent i inbombsstout scigc of St Augustine in Fkffida
He spent most oi his early mar coffee and cake will be operatedby ( Recent non-bct: .'n arrivals at ties Martinez a is a Mexican peasant I IngUnd, her wartime i I "In Vivo," by Mildred Savage

ried life 'in hIJlneand Florida engaged later in in thehanking the I I the circle At the annual Elks Martin Count I', NIC 1 Library include Spcndor of Israel" by Reuben now over seventy, and this is the marriage and her carter as Hollywood This "is the story of a group of
W. Clark 4 barbecue
ShepardWilliam I North with the Bureau of Aero Lodge Mrs.July Emil Bachman chairman : Payne. This travel book with line storv of his life and of the lives l correspondent.Recent I men and women and of lbe com
nautics and as a contract specialistHe I of the Craft Club committee reminds "Twentieth Century ( hina." by photographs introduces the arm of his wife and children told in fulion" arrival include: I pan)' that employs them on the
Clark Shepard sixty- retired and lived on Sewalls I members that meetings will O E. Clubb The last t U. S. Con- chair tourist to a handful of significant his own worts."American "Armageddon by I eon "Urn search lor a new wonder drug The
six died at Good Samaritan Hospital Point for the past five years. i be held the first and third Tuesdays sul General in Peipmg \es a brief sites and a small company Political Parties i ; The author of f 'I I vxlus' and Battle sear is 1946. It pictures the ei-
in West Palm Beach on Tues Funeral services were set for of each month at which time readable and litei,ite review of r ot personalities, \\ritten with Their Natural History)," by \Vilfrcd Cry" pnnulis ;,1 t vivid pictureof a,ling world of the laboratory and
day morning. Johns Funeral Chapel 1 at 4pmcdncsda I Miss) Myrtle Def> will give instructions Chinese history I torn the dynastic charm and enthusiasm it is sure F. Bmklcv. In an election year, tenclId, \ dangerous l \ postwar! the hope, defeats and victories
lie was the only son of the late \\' \. with the Rev. Mal:: in knitting era to the present ( omniums! (period to delight. thlIh a timely und rewarding years m the isolited city of Berlin I of the profession
Mr. and Mrs. William colm Harris, officiating Burial will Mrs William Wheeler reportedthat and concludes with a surveyof 'Hebrew Myths: The Book of hook It 1an original 1 analysts> of derail t to ilk Jinialcrie days And! last but not least, nevVrnvsuries
Shepard, long winter residents) of be at Columbus I twenty-five additional folding Peking's foreign policy and a I C ienesis i ." by Robert GracIInl i the (growth! ot the American party ol the historic: Ikilin; ..urh1.wtt Missing Man" by HI.J' ,".
Stuart who owned the former chairs and a clothing rack will be projection regarding the countrv Raphael Patti. A well-written and I I Wtl'l1IInd\ of the lenders whom I ;: ; IK" iuu, rn I fan''i 'y VVaugh.: To Hide a Rogue,
George Perkins estate on Frazier GEORGE; : OSCAR IIIORIN: installed in the ladies lounge future in the lace ol\ major domestic I illuminating account that I' lit t sthings the exigencies 01'pnm politics pro- kfson I I he exciting slurs In Thomas Walsh, and 'DoubleUluit
Creek now the City of Stuarts! George scar Thorcn, sixty-sev Two certificates were donatedto ard international ditticulMUM'S i into historical i geographical dm'oil I the-author .u_ professor of_of the ('eorgiis-I I.'m loll through! ." by Dell Shannon-.- -----
-- ---
Shepard Park. en, Jensen Beach, died Monday! ata the Umatilla Hospital for Crip I
Mr. Shepard came from an old local nursing home after an extended pled Children, one in memory of
structural steel family of Cleveland illness the husband of Alice Chattel SATURDAY
Ohio. Before coming to retire A native of Chicago he had Mrs Aaron Huston and Mrs. FRIDAY ='CLes
in Florida in 1955. he had lived here for eleven years and Eugene Poux were accepted anew >> STUART Et
been secretary to Senator ThomasA. Waa member of Acacia Lodge members.
Burke in Washington D. C. F&AM: SHOPPING SHOPPING
Since his return to this vicinity. He i is survived by a brother AfoorePartlowWedding
he had been active in many civic Erik, of) Mincrsvillc. Ohio, and a NAVY
Is Set M
activities, including zoning for sister. Mrs. M P. Nelson of Port CENTER -
Sew all.
Hutchinson Island Martin County Coming SaturdayPatricia
Historical Society and Civil De Funeral services were held at
fense. Johns Funeral Chapel Wednesday, Jolccn Moore, daughter STORES
He is survived by his wife. Mrs June 17 at 2 pm, with Allan R. of Mr, and Mrs Roger James DISCOUNT
W. C Shepard and one sister. Stuart pastor of the First Methodist Moore, and Howard Webster Part- ___m__ _
Mrs. H. B. Hawgood, Painesville, Church. officiating Masonic; low III will be married at New
Ohio. graveside services were held by Hartford Presbyterian Church in e 1l\1Tl
Services will be held here at St. Acacia Lodge at Fern Hill Cemetery New Hartford N. Y, at 3 p.m., I
Mary's Episcopal Church, Stuart Saturday June 20.
at 11:30: a.m. Thursday June 18, The brides parents reside at 7 ,jJ lIJ:
with the Rev Norman B. Feaster (.U\' P. BURR Old Willow Road. Hartford N.
of Jensen Beach officiating Guy P. Baird seventy-three Y, and the bridegroom's parentslive
In lieu of flowers the family died Sunday, June 14, at the Jensen at Utica N. Y His grandparents A .
asks that memorial contributionsbe Beach Nursing Home wherehe Mr and Mrs Howard W d5P ii I:1 _._
Partlow Sr, have homeon I
made to St. Mary's Episcopal hud resided for several years a winter
Seminole Avenue in Stuart.
Church Survivors include two sisters,
Further memorial services will Mn. Luella Campbell Stuart; Mrs.
be held at Wade Memorial Chapel Dons Evcnson. Milwaukee Wis, TWO CUUR.TFP Men's -SHIRTS
Cleveland, Saturday with bur- two brothers, Hobart Baird, Gar- THEIR BIRI11DAYS RONSON LIGHTER KIT
ial at Lake View Cemetery. den Grove, Calif and Roy Baird W. M (Pop) Daniel and Mrs.
Midway, Ark.Howard Bonnie Phillips celebrated their
WILLIAM STANLEY STOREY Funeral Home Riviera birthdays with a dinner Sunday, 'r The perfect, gift! that any Dad will appreciate.

William Stanley Storey sixty- Beach, is in charge of arrangements June 14 at the home of Mrs, Phillips Kit i includes Honson Expertly designed! and tailored
four. Palm City died last Wed Funeral services were conducted Eleventh Street. Port Salerno
nesday at Martin Memorial Hos- on Tuesday afternoon with Present were Mrs. Mildred TYPHOON 1 N I). id?" 1 to hike full advantage! of all the

pital after an extended illness. special Masonic services. Burial Spring Frank Morgan: John Phillips famous qualities of genuine Ban-Lon!
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. will he m Texas following cremation and children, Belinda Cheer, PROOF lighter. 4 OZ ? mtuut ''I,
Ovey B. Storey, Palm City: a sister Greg Shawn and April. a
Mrs. Lizzie Waters of Illinois: --- can of Konsonol and d
and a brother. Harry of Des Choose f from a

Moines Funeral, Iowa services were held at 32 Yachts StoppedAt R o n s o n "9 Flinter" assortment of B.

Johns Mortuary Chapel on Saturday -I pack. popular colors.Compare I .
June 13, with the Rev. J. W. 7I -
t' $ .95.
Marson of the United Church of Harbor j s ut
Christ, Palm I City officiating. Langford
Burial was at Fern Hill Cemetery.
Men's i Dacron and Cotton 'P.
MISS EULA F. GEIGER: A total of thirty-two yachts Mrs M. H. Fuller Fort Myers, A fine gift for ull l ,
with their owners berthed at Lang- "Knotty" Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Eula F. eighty- father who smoke .
Miss Geiger
ford Marina/ this "
Jacksonville past week with Schwartz Marathon; "Tiger Two DRESS PANTS
four of 2442 Randy Street Mfr's. List
from Florida.
twenty-six>> Ray Travis, Treasure Island ;
died on June 11 at Jacksonville
Yachts and owners from Honda "Cloud Nine, Joe Klmgcl, Treasure
.as the result of an auto included "Tang." Mr. and Mrs. Island; "Prmtccss II," Mr. and $3.50()
accident. she W. I I.. Gorton, Fcqucsta: "Cinder- Mrs. Tom P. Epson: Fort Lauder- Tremendous assortment ol( cottons
A former resident Stuart ella:' Mr. and Mrs G. D. Patterson dale; "Miss Putt II," Mr. and Mrs
school and blends in wide ( color
taught in the elementary Fort Laudcrdale; "Mokahi Henry R, deCastro Fort Lauder. u range (\tf !
here when this was part of memberof Palm lit;' Mr and Mrs Henry S. dale; "Illim Chief," Mr. and Mrs.\ and styles. All handsomely and care

Beach Flecta County.Chapter She of was the a Order of. Burkhurdt," Mr and Fort Mrs.Lauderdale Ira L.; "Frantic Hicks, "Miss Joseph Bavarian F. Wright" Captain Fort Myers John; QUALITY 7x50BINOCULARS fully tailored of jjood looking;.!, 'longwearing !

the Eastern is survived Star of by New two brothers Jersey.She Fort Lauderdale; "Tintmajo," Mr. Downing Tampa; I WALLETS ;! fabrics. Sizes 28-.12. Coin
and Mrs. R. W. Bartram Delray "Miss Budweiser," A,
of August
Claude and Lawton Geiger to $6.95.Men's '
pare up
Jacksonville; and two sisters. Miss Beach; Busch Jr and party Tampa; "The I
Letitia Geiger of Jacksonville and Northerner," Mr. and Mrs>> E. Eastwood" Mr. and Mrs J. E.
Mrs. Charles Van Hart of New M Keller Titusvillc, "May Bud" Eastwood Cape Canaveral; "Honey
Jersey; seven nieces and two Mr. and Mrs K. M Roycr Fort G," Mr and Mrs. Goodell
nephews.Graveside. Lauderdale; "Jay Hawk Mr. and Riviera Beach; "Key Note." Mr.
services were held at Mrs Rex L. Kent Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Fred J. Funk Boca Raton I 44 :
Fern Hill Cemetery, with Johns ; Do Ro Jo." Mr and Mrs. ; "Alibi 11," Mr. and Mrs. T. : e
Funeral Chapel in charge of 'local H. W. Knight, Marathon Shores, D. Gibbons, Pompano Beach ,
arrangements. Officiating was the "Fixit" Mr. and Mrs, Waller T. "Harbor Lights," Mr and : .
Rev. Sidney Lowrie assistant pastor Bugbcc Jacksonville, "Almadon : N. R. Johnson, Fort ; ,
of the First Presbyterian III' Dr. D. A. Wallers, Vero : and "Mimi" Mr. and Mrs. Mrs'l
Church of Stuart. Beach: Belly Lynn" Mr. and I Shoemaker, Boca Raton. A wide assortment of 4'" ...
---'- Yachts and owners from cowhides calfskins
stale were "Balladeer," CaptainEd line quality routed optics with
Moore Detroit. Mich.; "Soft- morroccos, etc. in various renter focus adjustment. Complete Men's BoxedHandkerchiefs
enie Won II," A Foster McKis-" colors and styles.ID with leather currying/ case Boxed
sick tasley. S. C: "Eden Mr. .
and Mrs. R. F. Kelley New York -. $
City, "Nola II." K. P. McDowell. ti tf.yy Fine Leather
Fairfax Va., "'.ora May" Mr. :
I| and Mrs. A. J. Slayter. Evansville, BELTS
/ | Ind; "Caravclle." Mr and Mrs I "
Robert C. Alexander, New Canaan
I Conn.According. I fi
to Perry Kirk man-
r aeer of the Marina and Langford
t+ r I Villas there were fifty new villa
y I guests during this period. HIBACHI GRILLSingle

I Couple Honored

I At a Party A wide assortment GIFT !TIES t !

Miss Jane West and James An- of styles colors I .. Mm' fine quality FRUIT of
the IOOM) ll lhmhrr!
shinny III who will be married in >iii< are
widths und buckes. the finest t quulilyt makes tike
July were honored at a cookoutFriday A tnullfionul unit'I always' wcl- a
I evening June 12. by Mr. All boxed for albert I Day &lltlBOX !
'and Mrs. John Law Jr. and their rome gift for Dud. I lurgr aserrtmenf -
: daughter Dorothy at their home. easy "gifting.! of colors: und putlerim OF 3flI
I A gift from the host and hostess
Compare| Hi t $1.00.
I was a silver cup with their
: name and the date of the party

I on it WlI (


:, VISIT TO JAPAN Single Size
YOUR WEDDING GOWN I t Gary A Walker, a
fr irc.j
and class, UW, son
Mn. Lester A. Walker of Jensen Compare at $5.95
A precious heritage preserved for I Beach serving aboard the Navy --

generations destroyer USS Collett recently Works equally well
visited the city of Shimoda, Japan on MEN'SSHORTY 1
sealed and safe in our special container for the twenty-fifth annual Black charcoal, wood or can
I Ship Festival The festival com ned fuel for
memorates the landing of Commo- your year
KEEPSAKE PAKAn dore Perry the visit of the U. S. 'round barbecuing pleas PAJAMAS
Navy >squadron> of Black Ships,
and the /104th anniversary of the Lire new und unencumbered
cool 4
ultra-quality cleaning and signing of the Japan-American in barbecue cookery

packaging service.Exclusively f Treaty of Trade and Amity in 1860. in these comfort cut, sanforized!

I AIRMVN: STttlE ; pajamas. Assorted solid pastel r
at Airman Third i Class Gary J. colors. Nicely styled and tailored. .' l 1

Steele. son of Mr. and Mn. JohnM. Sizes 3646.wtl r
.Steele of Poinciana Gardens,has r
WARREN'SLAUNDRYCLEANERS graduated with honors from the Double Size
technical training course for U.
S. Air Force munitions specialists Compare at $11.95
at Lowry AFB. Colo.
INC. Airman Steele, now qualified to 1 i
load assemble and dispose of ev
plosive munitions, will be assigned -
i i Free Bonded Pickup and Delivery to one of the Air Force's majorair
commands within the U. S. t
SJO COLORADO AVENUE, STUART AT 7-1755 A graduate of Martin County
High School he attended Florida r
Southern College in Lakeland, and
ii i member of Delta Sigma p .


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I PORT SALERNO NEWSMRS. II I: ; ) i .(W'6 y f a :. N.w...1 ors t: l ; ,u. o ,.

MUM BROWN, Correspondent AT 7-299 i .. I"r "\f'l- '' "
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Christian Youth Choir

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Disbands Till Jan. :.;. '"p-- ..,'"S, :vt.
'itAn' p'
The Christian Youth Choir of errs Methodist Church in Stnnn ,
Hohc Sound and Port Salerno I and Christian Missionary Mlianc' y \
Southern Methodist Church has Church in Fort Pierce ,'
disbanded for the summer months. The churches represented I's t "' *
The choir will" resume practice after the young people in this choii"
the first week in January. 1961. were" Okccchobee Missionary" ''. I Independent :
The group of t""enty.five" young Baptist; Church of Okeechobee. \( -
people performed at four concerts First Baptist Church i in S '
during the past season They Port Salerno, Hohe Sound! South. <
were held nt Port Salerno South- ern Methodist; Church and South

ern Methodist Church I First Bap* ern Methodist Church in Port Salerno ....
list Church in Port Salerno r South- i !
---- -- The fund raised from the con
certs were used for new music "la ,! j .:,

cHUCK'S SERVICE for the work.coming year and missionary 'it' y ,f! .., tJ4 ,.1 I

STJIDARD Mom y I Mr, Pat Hose, who directed .. 1

Ekll....,. r the choir, would like to express her ; ...; tt I
thanks and appreciation to> everyone j jI
287-5019! for their support mo<4 of aUto
God anti the )mn g people for I h a,
Owned fcy Chuck' Stillwell making this past season' a tcry ii 1 wM-

Port Salerno successful, one
Road Sen Ice COVr.RU) Dish PLA vsi I D

7 Port Salerno Civic/ AMOCWIKNI!
Open days a week -
will hold I covered dish. supper r
Thursday night, June II at 6 pm,
at Port Salerno Civic Center Pictures : ""

will follow the supper S

', '"
MARL : I ; 1t 1\\ .
ArITiR! Mr and Mrs George Quigley, .: \
value Tropical Farms! and Miss Maureen ; f ... y, 1t,Ji ,1j x .i.Ii
[ ) .
I ;'u.-'S
Stevenson, North River Shores, : '
I accompanied Mrs Rosa Quigley PROUD 1ROI il R-George F McMillan of Orlando, and a CARL SANOR, JAMES: RINIS: AND G. C. TROT HAPPY ABOUT MW: PRO\IOIIO'll! I :'
regular visitor to Stuart, caught this thirty-two-pound snook last I
to St last
Augustine Friday by
car to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe week while trolling off I Lighthouse Point in the St Lucie River.
Under Management( of Quigley Mr. Rosa Quigley then McMillan said he was using eel skin as bait. II Indiantown Kiwanis Plugs Youth Programs

Capt. Toley t'nl&cbrrtwn left Jacksonville by train I on
'Salerno a... AT +r Saturday to visit with Mrs. Je 1iCQuiley -
-_ SALERNO ( and family in Seattle, Rogers Amendment "which" administers the aid program, Carl Sanor, president of the sold at the First Bank of Indian- nationally famous rodeo and its is to sell 600 of the tags, accord-
Shipyard AT ? a7a1 Wash, for several weeks En Tallies for current figures on the Rogersamendment' First Bank of I Indiantown, left in town, the Indiantown Marina, Indiantown new booming citrus i industry. ing to Club President James Rines
: rout she will visit Mr and Mrs. SavingsIn savings.. The infor the picture above, sell first promotional Utility office, gas stations
the ben who club hOeIthat
Among youth activities to states that the
---- --- ----- W J. Garner at South Bend, Ind, Foreign Aid tag to O C. Troup right and stores is part of the !
and Yellowstone National Park mation is contained In a written as the new tags go on sale in In- Indiantown Kiwanis Clubs fundraising efit from the sale of tags will be the tags will have the addi-

She plan to return by the south Congressman Paul Rogers reported reply from that agency dmntown, while Kiwanis President activities for its youth programs the, Boy Scouts and Little League tional benefit of letting the South
ern route after her visit In Seattle that his amendment to the The Florida Congressman then James Rincs looks on. The tags sell for $1 t.50,' Softball team.Immediate Florida area know of Indiantown's

ftRJACK'S ( Mr. and Mr. Joe Quigley and foreign aid program has resulted noted that before his amendment The promotional tag are being and call attention to Indiantown's goal of the KiwanisOcean development
in a reduction of $('42xs00) ) was adopted In 1959, foreign aid
Mm Maureen Stevenson
returned -
to date. requests for gift and grant aid had 110O" tetiFa a'oYn: :area
from St Augustine, Sunday, reached $I,047,OOOUO() ) for that Florida's
I bringing with them Billy Spell and "This saving not only affects I Big
GULF year. He said that the full effects
Jo Ann Quigley to spensuns- the overall sue of foreign aid, of the amendment PALM CITY NEWSMRS. Breeze
are now being
said "hut strikes its most
STATION mer here Roger at ItemLast
felt and that be Spending
I objectionable purl, namely gift proof may seen ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582
Nancy Sue McPherson attended and grants," m that requests for gift and grant News
All SwnrlGuaranteed. the "Fly-iip" ceremony for the aid this year have been reducedto LJIo 11I1_._ ...."" the State of Florida
Rogers' announcement came a* year
Jack Saundenon Owner $4MXJO.OUO.(
Curl Scout in Stuart. a result of his request to the Agency MRS ROXY ENFIELD, took in $830,0 tJOO() in general
AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 I i bliss Nancy Meyer attended for International Development! Rogers"This!said is still, hut too it much does money show," Bible School to Start Correspondent revenue, an average of $146,85

the 4 II Lake Placid per person, placing it forty-sixth
at _
camp! ---------- -- that is i 1.
being made. fur-
by New Jersey, Nebraska
i I: J. D. Me>gliu has returned to ticnt in Martin Memorial Hospital ther proof may he seen in that the In Palm City on Monday Mrs Ruth Griffith left Tuesday Ohio and New Hampshire, in
-II his home after a few days visit > 1 since May 2. We wish him a number of countries receiving foreign for a visit with her daughter i in per capita revenue income. Flor-
at Martin Memorial. Our best spceJy recovery. aid giveaways in 1959 was Jhe daily Vacation Bible School l freshm nts Rill he served by Ver- Dunedin. From there she will go ida's general expenditures for
wishes go to him, also. forty-one, us coiTTyiareirto fourteen starts Monday June 22 nt the Oldie Baker, Caroline Allen, und to visit her aunt in Atlanta, Ga. 1963 amounted to $875745,000
Mr and Mrs. Jack Fisher and such countries n o w-an overall! Ruth Hoslcy Mr. Leona Smith and then to her former home in an average of $154,94 per person,
Frank Ackcrmann has returned family returned Siilurduy from reduction of twenty-seven countries I United Church of Christ (( ongre- will he the general supervisor Everyone West Virginia. forty-third in per capita expenditures -
I to his home after being a pa- their vacation in Indiana ." gational) and will continue 'tor two is welcome.BAPIIST" according to Marion A.
l --- -- --- -- weeks Hours are from 8:111 to Mr. J. M. McClardy has Leonard, in charge of the U. S.

'2((() mile of rivers and more than I only three state reported no I II I a,"". daily, except Saturday and / COMMFNCFMfNTtMRCISIS turned from a visit with" her re-I Department of Commerce Field
Polluted Water 5 6X( ) acres of lakes were involved. known fish kills occurring in their Sunday. : : *RII>,\Y lives in Shiloh, Ohio Mrs J. Office at Miami.Referring .
If. :kl I The report showed two fish kills area, The theme this year i is 'Jew, Biases i also returned from a vi to a report published -
Kills Off Fish on the Escomhia River in northwest the Promised Saviour." the The Palm Vacation Bible School at with friends In Van Wert, Ohio. by the Department Bureau of
City Baptist Chapel will
Florida where an estimated Donald Hulick Teachers are as follows: nur- hold its exercises Park resident were saddened! the Census on slate government
l 100,000 fish Were J lost t due to pol Winifred Mead Charlene commencement when finances, Mr Leonard said that
Polluted! waters killed more thanan Sub sery, on Friday evening June 19 at 730.: they had news that Mrs]
lution. Rejoins McGee, and Martha Lane Walter Florida revenue from t a "e s
estimated 7,800,000 fish across! ; primary All parents and friends are invited Rukgiher had been killed
the nation In 196) This represent Industrial operation, the largest USS Sirago Gertrude Fulton and Don to attend and see for themselves : in an automobile accident near $592,180000.I averaged $10477
an increase of 750,000 over identified! cause of kills, acCounted na Allen; beginner, Julia lane, the fine work the Fort Dodge Iowa The Rukgaber per capita, thirty-fourth in per
the estimate reported In 1962. and for almost 1.:2K!( ).000) ) dead Storekeeper Third Class Donald Hannah Teppe and Mary Lane, sters have been doing young left here some weeks ago for their I capita tax revenue Sales and
docs not indicate. the number offish fish. Municipal sewage, the second A. Hulick, ion of Mr. and Mrs. and juniors l Helen Boron and home in Washington/, Iowa, and gross receipts taxes. totaliing $191-
that died in last year's heavy most common cause, killed more Clarence Hulick. 75 SW Lelitla Marie Kilhournc/ ; Judy Ann Moore ANNIAIIU! : / CIRC1E! were on their way for a vacation 339000{) accounted for more than
fish kill on the lower MississippiRiver than I,00XK() ( ) ). Agricultural operations Avenue, Jensen Beach, returned will he secretary-treasurer Re- in Michigan when the accident occurred one-third the tax revenueFlorida's .
caused more thnn 760000 Sunday to Norfolk Va, to rejoin The Anna Laura Circle will largest single expenditure -
J According lo A D. Aldrich, director deaths. Of the 436 fish kills reported the submarine, USS Sirago. meet Wednesday evening, June was for educator, $323 *
Florida Game and FreshWater 405 were located in freshwater A member of the Sirago's crew PERSONALS: / 24, at the home of Mrs Floyd Mr and Mrs Don Hilcman 446 000.) ) ) or $5723 per capita.Other .
Fish Commission, the information fifteen in brackish water since July 25, 1963 Don returnedto Moore at 730.: Mr. Myrlen Mead left Wednesday for summer vacation major! expenditures were for
/ concerning the nation's and sixteen in salt water this country in February after Mr and Mr. Dan Asian and will review the hook "When Faith planning to stop in North btate t highways. $182,878000;
fish kill Is outlined In report by Aldrich said the report must he a cruise" which. took in Bermuda, family, who have been visiting ML'CIFaith," I Carolina for the first part of it hospital i $41,469000.()( ; development

the U. S. Department of Health, considered as only on indicationof Furope., the Suez Canal, Karachi friends here for the past week, Mr. and Sirs Irving Keith left and conservation of natural
Education and Welfare. The re- a situation that exists today as (Pakistan) and Djibouti (French have returned to their home in Thursday for their home in Ron. re'lOurcC$42.127.000' : and p_b-
port indicated that more than 2,- tight Mates did not report and West Africa). Newburg, InJ. Zihlman Wins: tenon, III, but will stop over for lie welfare, $94,423000, almost
two-thirds of
Mr. Mae V. Pike, Lo Angeles the weekend" with friends in Alabama it in cash assistance
Calif., visited her They will payment
recently return to the
ty father. C. W. Clayton Also visit- Twilight GolfCharles park in about six weeks time. Florida's outstanding debt of
at the end of 1963
ing him were his daughter and
We are glad to that John i placed her fifteenth the
report among
in law Mr
son- and Mrs Joseph
Zihlman the first
won Corliss is state, between Nevada's low of
getting along well
LaManna, West Orange, N. J. prize in Friday evening's opening! since his return from the very hospital' $<.000.(000 and New York's highof
t { ra They arrived June 8, left on June session of Twilight Golf at Martin $3.500,000000 Thi $484-
13 for Waynesboro. Va.. whence County Golf and Country Club, Mr and Mrs. Luther Week 000 000) represented a 17.4 percent
o, the I.aManmlwill return to New with Helen Henson and Ed Hig- have returned from a two weeks' increase over outstanding
Ulu LI Jersey and Mrs. Pike! will emplane bee tied for second place, and stay with their daughter and family at the end of 1962 well above debt
; Jr! for California Don O'Kelly, third in Corpus Christi, Tex While the rational\ percentage increase

Clyde Sanders has returned home Twilight Golf will continue every there, Mr Weeks had some tests of 52.
from a visit with his soninlawand Friday evening, under the made, which came out most satis
daughter Mr. and Mrs John auspices of the Lady Golfers Asociation *- factorily. They went to Mexico fora .,.,...". .'"l'.I'J"SU.'A'HC
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The PrettiestSUMMER Zcese, of Michigan City, Ind. The of Martin County. day
In Jackie Hart-
Tuesday's ,
... occasion was the birth of his first Mr .
f' and Mrs Victor Sackett "
sell the : :
18 hole march
won play ;
grandchild, a girl named Connie left ; { .
DRESS BUYING A HOUSE? ; Mane. against par, and Ida Allen and Thursday to spend some time '
: t Betty Madren tied for first place at Myrtle l Beach, S. C. They will Ia ;

by DAVID CRYSTAL per- fit; :: Mr and Mrs Henry Lira are in the 9.hole throw-out tourney go on to their home in Akron, :, '"'
Ask about x Ohio, this summer, returning by :: ':; ..-
fectly crisp and unruffled because y'q parent* of a son Michael Deron d
(Its of carefree, wrinkle resistant \ > Lira horn on Saturday, June 13 CUB SCOUT PACK TO way of Hcndcrsonville, N C .'.'\ ...". ,.. ........, ..
Arnel@l triacetate knit Will play ; our low-eo&t .A at Martin Memorial Hospital MEET: NEXT MONDAYCub :' Miss Christine Adrean from 't Y ,, :<... -

an important role on those busy 4,' ; MortgageJ J? : Doris Van Tumen is recuperating Scout Pack 410 of St. Joseph Lubbock, Tex. is. visiting her I
exciting days in town or jetting to nicely but is still in the hospital Catholic Church will meet grandparents, Mr and Mrs Walter flit AND

faraway. place Comes with its ... Jiqancing plan*. Mrs. C. Ulley i.i also a patient on Monday, June 22 at 7:30 p.m., Adrean. EXTENDED's,
own self sash In Sky, Chamois at the hospital following a mishap and will be active through the Mr. and Mrs Harold Slots I OVERAGC

Mint, Copen Blue or Daffodil with r W}. at her home. summer from Ellwood Pa., visited his sis-
i I' i ter and brother-in-law, Mr and HOMEOWMMMiarmAtt. ( ,
White sash or in White with Sky Mr and Mr. Karl Kirk hart
Blue sash. SIMS 8 Mrs. Dave Donaldson, last week. 'C,1
to 18 $2250 J a and daughter Debbie, have return FOGGING MACHINE .
They went to Miami and will t
Celanese TMTcqne. f _. ed home after a two-week vacationIn return -
Ohio and Bids! are to be advertised for by home by way of Central
Alabama Their rte.
ell J. son the county for a fogging machineto Florida. AifIO+{(OARE {
l Jt; Gary, remained in Alabama for a
; be used in the r
visit with county mosquito
{ relative. Mr Harry Sanders has return
\ o!' .' control program ed home from Martin Memorial

1St lOMMUNjTVlEDERAL1 formed A girls'in Softball Palm City.team They has practice been- toanravs.. ".....IW _. Hospital where she. underwent an AVIATION i

at Sailfish Park on Saturdays. CARD OF THINKS! operation.
) Anyone interested is invited to
I wish to thank the Martin Memorial P'
participate Regular game are SLEEVELESSTOPS AU FORMS .
AVINGS' scheduled. Hospital, the nul'SC'o the CASUAlTY '
nurses aides and the doctor who W .... 'r AI :
an.l LOAN AaaoaiaJial FLMO !\TTOX attended my husband; also the
For Hot Weather
women of the Anna Laurie Circleof I
."J Riviera Benin Florid the Congregational Church the $3.98 SURETY
Elmo Mottos of Hideaway Isles Rev. Marvin and all others who AONDS. a I
I was rushed to the Martin Me- helped me irv this trying time. I f
/4zi ttl' ,; k THI JUPITEft OFFICE morial Hospital early I Sunday also wish to thank all who wet

fl .29 North Alum*** ALA morning by ills neighbors Mr. the lovely flowers; the pallbearers\ FRERE'SMaternity
ta Drive, 746-4S" and ),In. William Manchester, andunderwent and John's Funeral Home who BILL BERRY AGLy

TEQWSTA, FLORIDA f* J Snow. Mgr.\l&I Mr*. Maltose emergency, who wa surgery visiting i i mSt were so kind and nice.. Wear 620 COLORADO 4ticg

phi 746-3433 'MQUA4M HAW LUaU t MstMUitl Paul Mmn, flew down to be Mr*. William Stanley Storey 1303 Orange Ae* Fort Fierce:
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:('1 ., f' ..".', or small group. Our Bank was established by business .,;\ r '
t 's, I'p: ., and civic leaders of the community ((90x of our stock. ;\ ,IJ.
holders live in Martin County) who wanted banking ., ':,, Ji ..t'." \
services not available in Stuart for the people of Stuart k! -

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'.i; 4% interest per annum on savings accounts, $ t.
computed daily i '
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Customers' Hours never before available ;, ., I''
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Silt's OtFt? Mn. Thomas H Thurlow laces the starter gun at Kindreds Supermarket Tuesday,
where she indulged: in a Pcpsi-Coli ten-minute free shopping( spree that netted her $254 25 in groceries THE II\UL. Jane Thurlow left, and Cashier Fern Pile toast 1 one another in Pepsi-Cola after Jane a
The starter is>> }Henry A. Kindred His ,,assistant. frank hazier Jr. Pepsi-Cola executive, had completed her $254 2;!:< grocery haul during a ten-minute housewife dream." '

Housewife's Dream True; She Gathers Up Jewell Anne May-Robert Smith- ; lsets 3 ,

I I NO MISTAKES, only steaks and roasts Jane Thurlow carries un

$254 Worth of Groceries in Ten MinutesAll I To Be Married at White City armful of loot to the checkout counter at Kindreds,

Mr. und Mrs William Clarence the First Baptist Church. While New Grand City; William R. Grose, Stuart,
cery man, Henry A, kindred, a on to a beautiful standing aged to cope with the $254.25 total May, Palm Avenue. announce the City, July 17 at 7:30: pm The I William K. Herbert Hobo Sound\ ;
Free as preliminary "look sec" had helped roast (followed later by three olh-I I for the ten-minute haul. engagement and approaching marriage Rev Smith will officiate at his John P. Hands. Stuart; Stanley
Mrs! Thurlow make up her mind ers), to which she added two bone- Not a dream, as we said, but a of their daughter, JewellJEWELL sons wedding Empaneled Here O Holland Hobc Sound; C. R.
Konst Jensen
Beach William
at to what she was going after to less fully-cooked: frozen turkeys The couple plan a wedding tripto : E.
Pepsi PrizeBy reality A 84,999 to 1 shot paid Fort Lauderdale. Rogers, Hibiscus Park; John WMarshall .
make that ten minutes really pay Five sirloin roasts next com-
Eighteen Martin County residents
olf manded attention, and were add- off for Mrs. Thurlow, one of 85000 ,- ,, No invitations are being sent Hobe Sound: H. M
the ()( entrants in the contest. and all friends are invited have been empaneled to serveon Godfrey, Stuart; Thomas A Brcen,
BUNNY ABBOTTNo The ground] rule were explained ed to the growing mountain at
a new grand jury until Jan Stuart; Frank G DeBartolo, Stuart -
to Mn Thurlow by Frank check-out: counter And, as the store returned to J
12, 1965. William H.
it wasn't merely a housewife's \ ; McClung Palm
dream. real . Frazier Jr., secretary-treasurer of Catching her second wind, Jane normal after the lest than mad Judge Is Hearing Mrs Doris M. Tro"bridge, City, and C. W. Cuthbert, Palm
It was
i : Company They slowed down to a canter and in the scramble, Jane and Fern joined Dispute Home mother of Circuit C. Pfeif- Lake Park.
as $25 $50 $H $100 include on Judge\
$ $200 $254,25 went I : next few laps added some one another1 in what else: ? fer Tro"bridge, presided at the Charles J. Stump, Stuart, was
She 'cash register at Kindred upon s 1 1. No use of baskets, everything frozen goodies such aten: lob- an, ice-cold Pep i-Cola. Circuit Judge C. P. Trowbridge empaneling She was the only called but not empaneled
Supermarket Tuesday morning, i to be carried in her arms ster newburg, two Alaska king was to conduct a hearing Wednes- woman drawn to serve on the After about twenty minutes of
the entire amount rung up by one 2, Only groceries! and normal crab, two shrimp curry and one day in litigation involving a lien jnr. discussion between the jury j and
customer ten-minute shopping household products, no alcoholic potato au gratin. Hitting Hydrant placed by Gina Tomasi and William Named foreman of the jury Assistant i State Attorney Philip G.
beverages!, tobacco, cigarettes or I After that, Jane's, taste became: Urines 75 DaysIn Yurillo, contractors, againsta by Judge Trowbridue was A. M] Noursc. court was adjourned by
hardware, cosmetics varied, she.* acquired residence constructed for Mr.
The customer, meanwhile, grinned cigars drugs more as gradually Jallhousc Shngley. of Palm City. Chosen; Judge Trowbridge
in the full or pet food. : one large pizza, which she and Mrs. Charles Lombardo in vice foreman was Harold R \\'ha-
broadly knowledgethat 3. Time limit, ten minutes even. used as a tray, nine packages offrozen i Coral Gardens,
ten. Jensen Beach The jury chose There are now only
when she got home her hus- his into fire hydrant t\\enly-t"o
Driving car a ij
Shortly after 8 30 a.m., Kin- shrimp, seven pounds of -
: The contractors secured! the lien known
band wouldn't t h I Ink. she had caused Willie Johnson of j Alvin A. Hunter Stuart, as clerk. survivors of the Indian
dred fired coffee four of nuts, two packages !
the and the race Jars -
gun of around $1 600 last December About 22,000 still
spent a couple of months grocery was on.Jane. of cleanlier, a one-pound Little Dixie to draw seventyfivedays In his charge to the jury, Judge wars men survive
budget on one shopping spree. streaked off the starting line package of freezer paper, a j Jar of in ,'all on four charges in ANN MAY final when the Lombardos, withheld a Irowbndge did not ndicate any Indian the American War.
disputing contract
wars with
You see, neither she nor her and made a beeline for the meat instant tea, ten jars ot olives, a Municipal\ Court Tuesday He wasfound specific investigation he expectedto a
husband had to foot the bill It department. coffee cake, five bottles of cold wa- guilty by Judge Harry F Anne May, to Robert Earl Smith, performance be made. There are no current foray against the Paiute Tribe of
of i i without license; son of the Rev and Mrs. Emory criminal cases: to come before the California in 1860 and ended with
was on the Pepsi-Col Companyof Shunning temporarily some fine. ter soap, three packages of laundry Dyer driving a : One rth-kh st sou"rces of the
David Smith, Fort Pierce Chippewa troubles in Minnesota
West Palm Beach for Jane looking roasts Jane first piled her soup, and, in the last five seconds careless driving: leaving the scene metallic minerals in the world is jury.The in 1898.
(Mrs Thomas H.) hurlow, had arms clean up to her nose with a large package of potato of an accident and destroying city Miss May IS a 1964 graduateof the geological formation knownas jury is not expected to meet
won the second grand prize In the three whopping tirkip seven porterhouse chins! I property Martin County High School, the Canadian Shield. It covers until Sept 10 at 730; p.m., unless Large ocean-going vessels! can
local Pepsi-Cola Contest ten Ininutes and seven delmonico The cash register only registered Willie Anderson, Little Dixie, and her fiance is a 1964 graduate an area-from the Atlantic Oceanto called into a special acs.ion. penetrate 2,300 miles along the
free shopping I steaks. up to $99.99. but, with a little was sentenced to forty-five daysin of Dan MeCarty High School, ( the northern tip of Albertaof Others to serve on the juryare Amazon-about three-quarters of
Before she faced the starting On the second lap, however, she assistance from/ Store Manager Bob Jail 1 for carrying a deadly wea- Fort Pierce. more than 2,000,000( ) square : Edward J. Chicky, Jensen the way across the South Ameri
gun in the hands of veteran gro didn't t !pans up the roast; !latching I Crews, Cashier Fern Dale man- pon. The ceremony will be held at miles or half of Canada, Beach; Robert F. Buckman, Palm can continent.
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r Honorary- Doctor of- Laws Degree- Is Accorded Judge- A. O. Kanner SOCIETY: NEWS] |

1 Judge A. O Kanner, who reaDily judge of the Ninth Judicial Cir- lion as appellate Judge requin-d I
returned' to hit borne in cud and as a judge of the Second I !that he and Mrs K..inner ht" ih.
! Stuart following' hit retirement at District Court of Appeal He delineated I sent the greater "portion ol I h c Justice Roberts !
I judge of the Second District Courtof other !positions held by I time. He has he i' n prominent! Stuart Business Women Attend
Appeal in Lakeland, received Judge! Kanner through which he, : identified with the Ix'lIcrnu'n,1\ \Will Be SpeakerAt I
from Stetson University last! Thurs rendered duties/ connected with the' the community and! Martin ( .,"mtv Annual Convention
day the honorary degree of doc I law the administration of justice,, having held mans jests ,it 1 vie i 0/
tor of laws" The award was madeat and civic betterment.The duty and having 'I'rl.cduccess Clerks Meet
the close of !the graduation exercises citation which: accompanied .fully while in the I egislaturt toward i live numlxis. ,il 1 t hi' Stuart,, quit speaker on Saturday night: at
of the procurement: ol, the Roosevelt si'ii'nc', i I twirl' I utilize B K "UMn,'", \ I'iolc'siond Wonun .
College of Law in presentation of the honorary I the "installation" o4 slate ofliersMrs :
St Petersburg Florida oldest law I degree, along with the hood of the, Bridge across the St I teas. R< a i i is will be I the !principal:I Club win among) ilu. si>; nKm\ Idna Van Acker: of' Miami
school, I River, and in the obtaining' ol' Route '|1'0' I ii,' i on Saturday. June 20( ali hers riiisuiid
where Judge Kanner delivered doctorate' ; stated I "As an administrator al ilii annual con past slate: president of the I err.
the commencement address I of justice you brought l to, 76 sometimes ret erred to is the hi' .1111111011 convention of the Slate vcnlion ol the llondii, "ledeialione I da ,lideraluvi uis installing off).
and where he and Mrs Kanner Ilhe bench. after many years of t Kanner Highway. and the lands! Ass x ''dl''''' of Court IcrU olHo 1 I Business \ I'r"\ltlnal" Worn- sees: Miss. kids lane Stalls mem
were guests of the college. practice/ and honorable serv'I uJ'OnII hlch beautiful Memorial I 'di l: ;at' the Yankee: Clipper ""'I ens' Clubs hu 'm" lamp, June: ben ol the Siuuri ( lull. II,,, installil -
Park is now located III I Oil 1 l Ultll\llllc' I I II -14I .. ,
Dean Harold L. Sebrmg of the ice in both branches of the Legislature (fur her scexMilrecording brut I' state
law school presented Judge Kan- a personal integrity and I His legislative career \\'al11ark- tin i I Ihursdux Juno IX I the con' I attire ol, ihi' i',invention were scerctiiv,, !Miss, Stolt
ner to Dr. J. Olhe Edmunds. president devotion to duly that has been anI cJII IIh passage" of, iiinneroiLs\ miportant vi-"' ''MI will be welcomed by Sen- openngnight I lisimuom Intern WM,, also elccic I as one niMutO the live
of Stetson, for conferring I inspiration and example to your t I bills sponsored" bv him in r ".ii \, J. Ryan, professor of mur, lional Night, installation I :; :: of tale deli" 'ji,ili* lo the nunveniion vii 11 con
of an 'appropriate honor," des I colleagues Setting for yourself eluding the Kannerci .through kit I1C and Dr ) I rank (Izxwlwin officers. iiiui ol j Husch: liars, 'to IK held ,m Iklltlll i luly
|Ilhe highest ethical and professional which counties might use gasoline i ..1 t the llniursiu of I 1liridawit and ""rk.1''n, the vanouspluses :t).24MenKi
distinguished : standards you have boldly con- tax money tor purchase of '! "tItIhe moiling 01I I Ihe ol' HI'WI '' ila "i I ih'iniiI:' : ..i lub
vered citizen of the State of Florida -: ceived and fearlessly interpretedthe j "Kinds at the best available price silted. i of "1 he' nCI I. OH Sale l 's- I'ruliiv night/ Iniernalionul program al1ndll\1I( I iV' : "ununii,i acre
for nearly half a century: a American idea of freedom and as against/ having to pnUK cent 11111 ,.t( Himself: Onlndiy I June 'the'mi. brought. lorth mem Mrs I 111111 Minnins.il" pr, 'idenkMrs ;
prominent legislator and eminent justice under law" The honor was on the dollar: constitutional 1a I u I ( Row ell. spiHkir-clcxi: of! hers. dressed' in slinius ivf many Mildred, ueiiunkl: correHiviidinu .
then bestowed, I amendment with the MorKli' House l ol RiprtHituii elilleriMil relllr Mrs Ininia
jurist" Dr. Edmund then delivered continued the citation doing away per louign countries. tea.lured I 'K );
eulogy, denominating\ I because" of your preeminent sonul property lax on motor ve- N ,v will s\i| ak on 'Ihe I "Problem sfxukir f for Inleinalioniil, I Doyle. treasurer and Miss. Stolt
an extraordinary honor and I'oinl- I achievements as a cili/cn and hides making such chicles subject mil Opportunities of( I the IVCiSKysluure night was Miv. I nurd Tom of Mo| ( recoidmg keetxiHry.
big out that Judge Kanner s career -I as a jurist and m I recognition! ofI only to one tax that ol I the license: NI'lIrlljlllll.IIh.: ., gave a pieiurcsqtu : .
of service: to the state hadcomprehended I the high esteem and warm affection tag: and the first school' code vcr !Mrs' Dorothy' Pierce, clerk olhe KscripiKw ol her country I \''UUI"Ol'R: /
posts of duty in the .in which you are held by this I enacted into law ( t 'mill Omit IH a member of and Hun insioms Mi I., Toms SIxRIS" MI\rSI\\
executive, legislative, and judicial I I university' and by the people of I Since his retirement 'ledge Kan the a i oup rcprescnling "MallmCoinilv visit w.is arranged! bv Ihe llomispheru I Starting \\idnesday June '4HI
branches of government, beginning Honda: ner has been busy with Appellate: friendship ( '"11111111,.. ol 8 pm' al Ihe Hlnxt Museum,
with his appointment as Mile I Judge kanner came to Stuart I' Court assignments and the .Consequent I I --- the I hndii I exleration 1wo I weeks. the hrst. program/ in the Mimnurlilni
attorney for the T\IIenl-fIN In is a young nun in J 195!I. before I writing of opinions Hi orescnt II .is iHissililc I to ,tn,,' I i oniHunburit I prior i h' lomention/ she wun Ihe series will ho hold Tlie man,
dicial Circuit by the late Governor Martin ( ,Mintwas created. and I work. however I. on ol. ) Ciermam. i I.> easel. guest ol n.lnl'Ilih.. throughiHit ten in spiinsorcd by the "Martini
John W Martin, his sixteen Years set up .i i law practice/ with the lute untary busts and permits him to S\I il/crl.ind, VH) miles .n .i is with I Ihe Sin: ,n I Honda ounly llisti: >rK.iil 1 StKLy| | pm.cvKiiod |:
as a representative and senator in judge F I Smith Since then, he spend most of his time at hit home II lout having to hall lot .1 (crall". nits I D.II'II1I|liirl, 1\ <<< Mil on 1 the film tour will be:
the Florida Legislature and ..ul has "made' his home here although located at the cornet of Riverside light. I intersection 01 I railroad I forum t tii,i si Mn |'',''It'111 ol 1 the ITiailmid 1. Hong Kong, Singapore
mmating with his tenure as circuit I 01, ,the oust seven sears hi* posi and Flamingo/ In St tucic Estates crossing. nation,.il tidiiitioii, \i as the him mil 1 lapin 1


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2 B TIIF sn'4RT fTIa.) NFW Thursday, June It, 1964,
Mary Jo Luce Is Engaged to .

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Mr. and Mrs r Clifford 1 M. I Ice
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DRUG STORES t announce (the engagement and approaching a.

r r r : AT 7.H50 MISS MARY LINDSAY Society Editor 'I. i! marriage of their laughter -
Mary Jo, to B. Jerry Mo\lI-
oq a...'r7 r. McAllister Indiant I Miss Lucie i is a "aduate of
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.1737 a IP .
MArlin County High School atteimlcd 4c
OPEN MON TIIRL SAT. 7:30: *31. TIL 9 PM. Florida Southern ( llege .'

OPEN SUNDAY B A.M.-I2: : P.M. 6 P.M. P.M. I and Massey Business' School: Jacksonville -
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Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. is x,.stewardess with National Airline < .

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,:* Why do 'thousands of; rr r is Air presently Force 3770 nerving Squadron in the .U.staiioned S.. : J

people m Shcppurd Air Force Base, I .,. MISS PRIM"II.L'LIBI. .
bring; 'their daughter of Mr :and Mrs
prescriptions (to I Ir
: q I .'::: George! Taibl, SI\pn1.lnn lIouk-
TenHoenshels yard was graduated li"in Si
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.: ./!. Pierce, May 31 I. She was "i hon,...
: :' '; ,r It 3'ou're a Broward customer MISS MARY JO LUTE; coming queen candid/ itc. a i member
',: \ You know the answer; r.1 Honored on of the Student ( olmc,1.,I InlerJub -
: ols'est" price consistent ith The' Council a churl ..dcr
'a") ghilL'lt quality to everyone the I K. I. Jh /I, The party was held at the homeof in her junior and senior u,ir'.
everyday: So . tr Mr 'Fiftieth'Mr Mrs Dale captain of the cheerleaders .1\.1a
; t I Hocnshcl senior, and played the fl'''' of
i. Mr. and Mrs. were
k' as=L: WHY PAY MORE j i ,f t. and Mrs. Paul M Hoenshcl married June 12. 1914 in Middle- Kate Taming in of the the senior Shrew plus. MiTaihl I he'",

......... .... .. ... were honored on their fifticlh town. Va. 1 hey have resided in
... t will attend Indian Riser
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.: .. with a surprise Martin County for twenty-five
.. wedding anniversary
; : : : "?!! ,._.....' "': Junior College.
-. party given by their. daughters years They have six grandchildren. --- -- -
Mrs. Colin B. Dale and Mrs Relatives and a group of invited Drugs!: and medicines ,IK hung
;: I Stanley Smith. friends attended liken to 600( ) villages in ( unril
NUTRTONICrrc1.43lSUAVE! : ; : > wr i --
cm r r America by doctors. nurses ,md
sanitariums working in ,in Ml, met
Gerard-Crandall Wedding Is for Progress h i ,I I It i h in, ur.mi.
Peace C'orps workers Ire dome. the

CRE'AE' RINSE QT. 89j i ? # a Held at All Saints June 12MISS tollow-up_ work _

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H.ELEME CURTIS r f ) Bohhie- Jean Gerard became tionai I Bank of Stuart. iur husband VALENTINE'SBOOK :

HAIR SHITKAOPECTATE REG 99' ? r I'd the bride of Kenneth Robert is also a graduate of the local & RFCOKD: "SHOP'
d diM Crandall at All Saint Episcopal
ti high school, attended the University 329 last Ocean 81.d.CUSEn .
Beach, June 12 at
thurqh, Jensen of Florida is a graduateof
M i iIL 7pm, The Rev. Norman, B. Indian River Junior ALL DAY
[ 7 DNS 4ge Feaster officiated at the double is attending the University of "F.nSFSfI.\: "S
ring ceremony. Grenoble Grenoble France, wherehe Beginning!! May filh
The bride is the daughter of Mr will be joined shortly by bin For the Siiinnur
and Mrs Harry H Gerard 410 wife.
( ASPIRIN California Avenue. The bridegroom
SQUIBB 1.09 fu.MR. -- -- --- --- -
: is the nephew of Mr and
Mri Frednek Hancock, 401 South Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys 0

Atlanta Avenue.Matronofhonor. was Mrs Rob- n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go
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The bride is a graduate of Mar ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys
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i.. FATHER'Stl:: Sue Estelle Fredricksen-David Hershberger McClure. daughter of Mr. << ,'
and Mrs Dan McClure Eldorado ; :: *\f.lIS ,:: ,
Heights, has been chosen to receive ,::7 .' '7 \"
Were Married Church 11Miss ::$ +", "
}r \ at Rio Baptist June a merit award in a continuing '
program of the Dairy Council .
of South Florida to honor
Sue Cstelle Frednckscn seed pearls.! She carried a white cessones. Her corsage was the achievement of school children "I
and David Allan Hershberger ex Bible with I t carnations centered' orchid from her bouquet Martin County age t ,

changed wedding vows Thursday, with a white orchid The bride is a graduate of Mar. Linda in won (second place in the r. .
June II I at 7:30: p.m at the KioBaptist Miss Margaret Brendel, rnaidof -
Church tin County High School and FlorIda stale for her essay on Alexander h
The Rev. W B
-honor. wore lavender) kheuth ,
Hamilton a Revolutionary
Ahrams olficuilcd nt the candle- Beauty Academy West Palm
brocade dress with an organza overskirt ," conducted for sixth gradersby
light service. Prayer was by the I Her bouquet was of pink Beach. Until her marriage she the Daughters of the American *
Rev Jack Fernandez, of the +r b
pastor carnations centered with an orchid was affiliated with Brendel's Hair Revolution She is active in church
Styling Salon Jensen Beach. work and j is a member of the youth
4. Parents of the bride are Mr and Bridesmaids Mrs. Linda Weltz- The bridegroom is also a grad choir of First Baptist Church. t
Mrs Sophis Fredricksen Jensen barker, Miss Nancy Gilson, Kathy uate of the local high school andis The Dairy Council is interestedin
Beach Parents of the bridegroomare Hoke and Marlene Stith, wore presently serving in the U S. achievers in many fields and I
Mr. and Mrs. Curl Hershherg- identical lavender brocade sheath Navy, stationed in San Francioco.Calif. children through the twelfth gradeare I
er. Lower Hurrcll I'a. dresses with silk overskirts Following -
organza where they will reside eligible.
The altar was decorated with his discharge next April
white i gladioli chrysanthemumsand Robert Thomas served as best Mr. and Mrs. Hcrshhergcr will return First class mail is being sorted I
fern. man and u.herwere Edwin Fred to the Stuart area to make experimentally by the use of ultraviolet .. +
Given in marriage by her father riekscn. brother of the bride, and their home. light. f A 89k
the bride wore a gown of silk I Phillip Hershberger, brother of ra
organza over taffeta with a chap the bridegroom, Fred Smith and
el train, featuring a fitted bodice, Wayne \Vell7barker REMEMBER FATHER with an Original ;p

with full-length a scalloped pointed! neckline sleeves. The and Miss Carol Yoder Indiantown, Painting or ART SUPPLIES from
.. traditional bridal
bodice and skirt were apphqucd organist t played

,.: OLD, SPICE Kingsmee GILLETTE with Her fingertip embroidered i veil of alencon silk illusion lace, I Hugh music Tyndall and accompanied West Palm Beach Mrs", 11urve AT 1.0755I S

fell from of lace and'TIME'TOACT who sang "J l Love You Truly,
a crown
} Traveler COLOGNT SUNUP : "Always," and "Because"
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,; Lotion, Tole Thistle Plaid Shave Lotfoa ; Diane Fernandez, daughter of :1 !
Rev and Mrs Fernandez, was
tt flower girl. She wore pink, lay / ..
? 5 ender and! green dress and carried
1.00 7 L1. L00 7t yellow rose petals) ,1
+} For her daughter's wedding
Mrs Fredricksen chose a beige
sheath dress with blue accessories Located On Route 707,
; Mother of the bridegroom Mrs.
,; Hershhcrgcr, wore a blue lace
sheath with blue accessories
O I A reception was held at the -
:: a II church following: the ceremony
II Miss MarciaVhiteside w a t m I
': by AMERICAN I charge of the brides book The
IO iI .OO table was decorated with a lace

{I GREETINGS cloth bridegroom and a miniature Miss Alice bride Heaton and Think of all the cars you could buy for under $2,400Qo

:' and Miss April Willeke served Now think of this: Wouldn't really rather have
VITALIS HAIR TONIC' 1 a03 punch; cake was served by Mrs. you a Buick?
REG. 1.49.... A.b Robert Diekensheets and Mrs (
Jim Daley (
w.w n. 'new.Lt' For her traveling outfit the
new Mrs. Hershberger chose a
powder-blue outfit with white acAM -

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Hartford's Family Auto Imur-
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ante will pros Ida you with broadprotection
Radio Club will meet at 8 p.m.
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AMITY AQUA VU. r name on your policy Ihf'reD"d Officers elected at the May
be no doubt about the meeting are: president George
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Call our office now to set If enfield, treasurer, Ted Huf, and
y. REC. 9BI.y SCRIPTO you qualify for savings on the secretary Bertha Smith
Andy Clark Miami i I, section
. finest auto Insurance you can coordinator, will be
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t All persons interested In ham *
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14.8 THE STtARf (Tla.) NEWS Thursday, June III.I 1964 -.u... -_- '!;P REDEEMER: : LimitR.VN | SI JOSEPH CATHOLIC '\\RIIN\ MEMORIALHOSPIIXL
held The Masses I r o in
are week-day
Worship services every
I' ? ,,1'....... I Saturday will be Births-Mr. and Mr. ( hartes
Monday through
!Sunday morning at 10:30, with II
at 7:30 a.m. Rogers a daughter June U, Mr
JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. I Bible class and Sunuay school The parish library for adults and Mrs Henry Lira, a SOD June
al 9t5: am
I preceding 13.
is open every Sunday after the
@/ud MYR1LE WIIII'J\tAN, Cmrnpoodeiit AT '-17Mt Vacation Bible School, under 7 and 9 o'clock Masses! One or I June 9-Admitted, Joe Schroeder

I K*.dr.A .K.,. Hfff 1? '.,,' .Vt34MU* Q the direction of Mn Eleonore An- two book may be withdrawn at Dons Van lumen Margaret
ius. has gotten olf to a good start, a time and may be kept for two Boll Keith Hamilton, Virginia Lt-
American bt eight)-one children enrolled weeks and renewed for anothertwo II Icy and Leona Bowman, discharged
yo'cI Legion, Auxiliary ;the t lest week weeks. John Doman Mildred Hart

A dedicated staff of teachers Any non-Catholics interested in Mrs. Charles Harper and baby

Hold Joint InstallationA I K hard al work with a program of I the teachings of the Catholic boy. !Lena Waring and Vero MeIntyr -
tike Bible 1 study as well as handicraft I Church are invited. to visit the I ..
projects. singing and recreation. I priest and receive religious instruction June 10-Admitted, Edward
joint installation of officers A Fourth of July picnic it plan Aiding are: nursery, Peggy 1 Andrews Fred Ray George Fithen -
t0 know of Jensen Beach American Legion ned for members of the Legion! Bailey, Linda Bailey and Joan Bor- I Please! report to the rectory the Dominick Moglia, Lewis Peaster .
Post 126 and its Auxiliary for and Auxiliary and their families, gen kindergarten I. Rose! Gore' name of ill or aged persons so Ruth McFarland and Cyrus
1964-6! wa held Monday evening to be held on the Jensen Beach and Marge White, kindergarten I that they may receive spiritual I Icaf.fnr:1 Richardson. discharged, Joseph
I Hi. Dairy Councl: of June 8 at the Legion Post Causeway at 1230: pm Those 11, Ruby Musson and Gertrude spiritual 1 help Schroeder James Walker, and
South Florida Is proud Ionic. attending should take lunch, soft x I Ir Boyd; primary I I. Linda Borgen I II : will be a retreat 1 for boys'I Maggie Lamb

to present C.rtifleolt' ofAWitAwarditolhn Instilling officer for the Legion drinks will be furnished. All members w and Anne Stoner. primary 11, Hcd- of sixteen to eighteen years at Our I June I II-Admitted. James Dubbcrly .
I was Paul Tausch! commander of I are urged to attend the picnic :1J I wig Busiest! junior Joan Gibson Lady of Florida Retreat House in Patricia Ann Bodford Lva
District 12 assisted by Ray Herman I and be ichn hand for the festivities : I and June Ehrhui'Jt; junior high, North Palm Beach from June 30 I Peoples, and Mertice tee; discharged !-
d..rvinll; JOUIIII people post commander of Fort i the Chamber: of i Mann Mills", Connie Gladden and Ito July 2. Reservations be James Shelton, Robert
...for outstanding Pierce, and Pete Hudson, district Commerce has planned for the I Jane Wallace; refreshments, Rose I I made by calling Philip Schrat-I Travis Herbert Daniels Margaret

octivltieJ and .xtlllplary executive committeeman, of Mel- afternoon and evening.. Puts and Marie Hcktor; arts>> and i I I wiener, 287-4558, or Boll. Bessie Thomas. Frank Ack-
both bourne. The Auxiliary will discontinue I crafts coordinator, Lorraine Antes I mann, 287.3119. crmann, Keith Hamilton Mane
Uocbnhip honoring Officers installed were: Eugene meetings until the second Monday ; music, Jane Wallace; and I i A retreat for girls thirteen to Hirommus and Germaine Galcy
family) and camllluRII). C 1 Grimm, commander, Virgil in September The Legion will recreation and devotions leader, fourteen years of age will be heldat June 12 Admitted
Wilson, first! vice commander; meet twice a month as usual, on Pastor Donald K.. Schroeder the Ccnaclc House in Lantana (ii.
Jack Lucas, second the second and fourth Juy 14.15. Anyone interested in rard Ralph Terno Edna Bivicr,
r vice com I Mondays Each Sunday morning at 9 the Mary B. Cook McGee Booker
mander Robert B attending call' Mrs PhilipSchratwiescr ,
; Lutheran Church TV may
programcan Mrs. Lira .
Henry Lacy Mae Roberts
: tank: Edward Snyder adju'l Garden Club Names be seen on Channel 4. N 0 81.4558.The and Henry Butler: discharged
iccr: Anthony Foley, chaplain; ..1, Greater Love" I. the title of Sunday St Joseph Guild will hold I John Karalunas, Patricia Ann
I' Colonel A H. Davisson! .. scrv- Committee ChairmenA ,;t 's a of human a card "party the community
$ program story r" FiIt: : Bodiford James Dubbcrly Sharon
I Ice officer, Clifton BownJx. hisonan. "f: guilt and divine forgiveness.Is room the National Bank .
x Wclkcr Greta Bcedlc. I
\ and John Lechner, servant- called meeting of the execu- of Stuart on Thursday. June I IK atI
Beach Gar 'w Bitter Despair All That is Bowman Mary Sanders, and Rich.
at-arms. aye board of Jensen x I pm There will he table prizes
Commander Tausch! also presented den Club was held on Wednes / Left For Us' Dr Oswald Hoffman and door prizes. Tickets may be ard Christcnscn
certificates of merit from day, June 10, at the home of Mrs. ; kREV. the speaker on the 'Luth purchased from members or at June 11-Admitted, Fred Sanders .

the Department of Florida to ther Charles Wheeler, Skyline Drive. AND MRS. ALLAN R. SlUARf eran Radio Hour" will ask next the door. Please bring your own Barbaret Padgett, Mrs Charles
JOHN I e t i r i In. commander, Clifton Assisting as co-hostesses were Mrs Sunday The program can be heard cards. Rogers, and baby girl and baby
1 Sownils, and post adjutant, George Carl Houg and Mrs. Jack Best over WSIU 1 radio station at 7:35 The St. Joseph Guild will hold boy lira; discharged Dominick

I WEATHERS ., Savo, for their services during Mrs. Calvin Wilber, president, Allan Stuart New Pastor each Sunday evening.. its annual bazaar on Dec 12. Moglia Henry Miller Starr An.
their two-year term of office. named her committee chairmenfor I The closing program of the Va Mrs Francis Pclosi will be chair- drew Edward Larkin Hallie Rinuldi -
JR. t tA the 1964-65 season, listed the cation Bible School will be held man and plans are for a "biggerand and Eva Peoples
tenth grader K It Auxiliary: speaker for the meetings and Of First Methodist HereThe Friday evening at 7:30.: This program better bazaar." The theme will June 14-Admitted. Elmo Mat-

Loci Junior High r Snyder: first vice president/ Mrs suggested what the club might has always been a highlight be "A Christmas Bazaar" All par. tux. Leona Betham Peggy Brimcr -
School Johnny dattcation Louise Rauwald; second vice president accomplish. congregation of First Methodist tor of stewardship in the Sarasola of the Vacation Bible. School. Everyone : ishioners are invited to help and Teddy Simmons, Mrs. Eugene

to Animal Connrvatioo I Mrs. Dorothy Grimm; third The following chairmen were Church of Stuart II welcoming district and associate director of is welcome any ideas for new booths and new Simmons and Shirley Bellas; discharged

bat tamed 1, I vice' president Mrs Emma Me- named: birds, Mrs. Barbara Person its new pastor Rev. Allan R. youth work in that same district attractions will be appreciated. Hilda, Campbell.
him till tttle of "One Cue; recording secretary Mrs. Au. ; book shelf, Mrs. Jack Best; Stuart who" came here from He is a member of the Florida JUIOVAII'S1r'oiESSFS: June 15!-Admitted. Ruth Van
Man Human Sodtty* f drey Foley; corresponding sccre- chaplains, Mrs Sydney Lowrie Alachua, where he had a pastor- Conference Board of Evangelism Kingdom Hall, BrItt Road Circles MetA Kirk. Frank Games, Leo Martin

kr Stray Wfldllf fiery, Mrs. Marie Lucas; treasurer and Mrs. Charles Richardson; ate from 1960 until accepting the He is married to the former I Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Theocratic Albert Pcnrose Dr. Julian Parker .
Fees r mended broken J I Mrs. Lorraine Middleton; chap. Christmas lighting, Mrs. WilliamWeitSi post here Anne Hinton of Covington. Cia." Ministry School; 8:30 p.m., service joint meeting of the Betty John Corliss, and Rev. Loys
wings and lgs lstored I lain, Mrs. Helen White; historian ; corsage and arrangements, A native ol Tampa he i is thiryfive and they have two children Becky, meeting Theme: "Christian Mills and Fay Taylor Circle of Frink; discharged: Alder Girard
starving creator Mrs. Ethel Koman; sergeant-alarms Mrs John Koman; conservation! a graduate of the University ten, and John, nine. Responsibility and Love Aid Us the First Baptist Church met June Alma Anderson Edward Andrews,
to health and r. Mrs. Eskllc Pcrlbergcr: color of Florida and the Chandler 9 at the Kickliter on the
Mrs. Frank Rauwald, garden there ) to Curry the Burden of One Another camp Peggy Bruner and Shirley Bellas
,I tamed them to theft bearer, Mrs Helga Spell: ex apy; Mrs. J. N. Bragan; horticulture School of Theology. Atlanta Ga. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST ," South Fork
Mtural! habitat for ecutive committee Mrs. Jane He has served Methodist Mrs L. C. Kickliter and Mrs
Mrs Rollin Reynolds civic Interbay SCIENTISTEast
; Sunday, 5pm., Bible study with DOUGLAS A. KR.Wr'Itlll'
years kt has been !the Livermore, Mrs. Fadina Price and beautification Mrs. Basil Vine Church m J Tampa as a part Ocean Blvd. Stuart aid of Watchtower Theme: "The Wilson McClure were hostesses : GRADUATE
youngest member of Mrs Ruth Houg and Mrs. Emma cent, hostess, Mrs. Charles Munch; time associate. associate at Beth. Sunday morning service at 1 It Unity of Gods Family"Tuesday The opening prayer was given
.!the Audubon. SOciIt7.l McCue. membership Mrs Leroy Heppe; any Methodist Church in Atlanta Lesson-sermon subject June 21: by Mrs., Robert Turner. The Rev Airman Third Class Douglas A.
ii1 Mrs Joseph Makul. District 12 monthly ,sales Mrs George Som- and summer associate at Palma ""N the Universe, Including Man 7:30 p.m., Bible study. J. W Marson read the last two Kraft son of Mr. and Mrs George
president, of Fort Pierce was the mers; parliamentarian! Mrs. Ar- Ceia Methodist Church, Tampa. Evolved by Atomic Force'?" Theme: "Jehovah Not a Triad of chapters of the book "Spiritual F. Kraft Hohe Sound has graduated

( installing officer. Assisting her nold Taube; program Mrs. August He served the Newbcrry-Trenlon- Sunday school, 11 am. Nursery Gods Life Development" and reviewed from the technical training
j :!@. was Post District President Mrs. Fnedricks; publicity, Mrs Fred Haile charge from 195356. Tice provided. Assemblies>> at Kingdom Hall I the entire book.Luncheon I course for U. S. Air Force aircraft .

Fell.Named Peterkin; radio. Mrs Jack Kuhn from 1956-59, and Avon Park Wednesday Testimonial meeting, for field ministry at 9:15 a.m. on I was served to twen mechanics at Sheppard AFB,
as landing chairmen registration. Mrs. Fredrich Diehl First Methodist from 1959 to 8 p.rn. Saturday and Sunday ty-two persons._ __ _.__.__ Tex.
p. for the year were ) Mrs Hilda and Mrs Alex Lund; remembrance, 1960, when he went to Alaehua Reading Room: 282 Fliiglcr Ave. -- -- -- -----,

I :t'iI ',. Costclla, Americanism; Mrs. Mrs, Carl Hong; scrap book, Mrs. He has served as district direc1IRM flue: Monday through!: Friday, 930;
I \ Helga Spetz. child welfore, Mrs. Fred Petcrkin; teen Mrs., Charles I am :30 p.m.
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1 Clara Vaught, community sere' Zajic) ; ways and means, executive -I. Christian Science radio program, -ANNOUNCINGJIM -
1STEPHEN ice; Mrs. Marie Lucas, education board and year book Mrs Calvin MMIIODISIStuart "The Bible Speaks to You" may
I and scholarship; Mrs. Florence I Wither Mrs Christian Kalb and be heard over WSTU.! Stuart,

VICKERS Combs, foreign relations; Mr. Mrs. Fred Peterkin. Wednesday, June 17: the chancel 1450! kc. at 7:15: p.m. Mondays. ANNOUNCING-y1 MARSHAL
Emma McCue, Girls State; Mrs. for
choir will rehearse at 7:30: p in Topic June 22: "Are We
'Twelve year old Marie Lucas, Junior citi/cns; Mrs, MRS. JARVIS KMIFRfAl-NS Friday, June : the Women'sPrayer Developing Our Talents?" pSC
Stephen. 1 seventhgrader1 Lorraine Nliddleton. legislation, dllJ ; .
Croup. meet at 10 a m
fcbastlM Mrs. Louise Rauwakl membership : Mrs. Karl Jarvis was hostess at Sunday June 21: the worship ALL SAI'ojl'S': EPISCOPAL: Now Affiliated With
fcraxnUrj: lehoel.was Mrs. luncheon and cards at the For
; Dorothy Tit imm, mu. Jensen Beach
!services will be held at 8:45: and
the winner of theannu4T t. sic; Mrs. Emma McCue St. loieie Country Club on Saturday ,
lulla* Rive/ \\ Mist! Laura past Alnnir pres.ldcntypurley afternoon, June 13. II a.l11.llh the pastor Rev Allan I Thursday, June-18. Si 'Ephrem ME RKLrMOTO: RS
R. Stuart, delivering! the message of Fdcssa: 10 a.m" !Holy Communion
County Bee
Spelling poppy, Mrs. Jane Livermore, press Her guest i included: Mrs' .
Church will
school at
begin Intention "The Church
Later, itiU tuffarlnf book, Miss Laura Aunar publicity Charles Guy Mrs. Charles Munch :
10. m Junior and Senior MYF ,
the feed of I acetous and Mrs. Delia l lechncr rehabilitation Mrs. Tony Anderson! Mrs. Frank. in Syria r- A Our
I attack of measles, ; Civil Defense will be Hanson Mrs. Leroy Heppc, Mrs, will begin at 6:30: ( 1'.111. Friday, June 19: 6 a.I11., Requiem n s
June 21 1 Dotcas Circle
Tuesday :
he ,represented nil filled later Carl Houg Mrs. rank Gahagan, Holy Communion. Intention:
County to the ItatoConteil Guests attending the installationwere Mrs. H Hacked, Mrs. F. Dwight I will meet lit 8 p 111.I "1 he Departed" '/ SERVICE MANAGER

lad gamely Past District Commander Kelly Mrs. Tom Ftusber Jr. ami I : I Fourth Sunday after Trinity.June >
sr. M msIhe EI'Isl'lti'AL
held Us own until the Jack Bell, and John Keller of Stuart Mrs. Chris Connell. 21: 7:30: a.m. Holy Communion ,);>o .
Post 62. Prizes were won by Mrs Gay Rev. Arthur A. Smith has 9 a.m., morning prayer- w
----- ..- Mrs. Munch Mrs Anderson a rte I I accepted Ihe call to serve as rector Holy Communion, summer church
Mrs. Connell. to St Mary's Episcopal Church. school. Jim would like to invite all his friends und customers to visit
I He, has been rector at Si I Luke's Monday, June 22: 7:30: p.m\?
'I 1 Salon CIRCLE MEET parish In Fort Myers. With his vestry meeting him in our Service Department
il wile" and three daughters he will Tuesday, June 23: 7 a.in., Holy
1 The Church Circle of the ten come to St !'Mary on Aug I and Communion Intention: That We
ten Beach Community Churc I will reside in the new rectory at May Pass Through Ihmgs 1 Temporal
will meet Wednesday afternoon', Sixth and Cortci Avenue.. and Not Lose the Things e 24 Years Experience as a Mechanic
June 24 at I p.m. All members arc i Sunday June 21, fourth Sunday Llernal,"'

ofBeauty invited to attend. alter Trinity: Sum., Holy Wednesday. June 24. Nativity

Eucharist: 10 am. Alarms, Holy of St John, Baptist: 7am., Holy Service Now Available on All Makes and Models
PATRICIA CHURCH OK CHRIS Eucharist and sermon Communion. Intention "That We
(Congregational Palm City) May Truly Repent"

PENCE Rev, J. William M arson, the in 'I IRIMIY:\ !MblllOIMSr Service Department Will Be Open From 8 A,3!. to 5 P.M.
During UK wvwal terms minister, will bring a speciu 1 I Anh Street, Jensen Beach FIRST BPI1STStuart

month to MarttaCounty WOPISSIONAt Father's Day message next Sunday Sunday June 21: Sunday school .
Senior High on the theme "His. Father and I 9:45: a.m.: morning worship at II: Wednesday evening at 6:15: the
School Band was without BEAUTY CARE Ours" and will also present a special evening worship al 7:30. chapel choir will rehearse at the
a UadMrdinotor message in music at the I 11 I Choir rehearsal! Thursday 7:30: church The Training Union executive -
boas Peso II fenkvLtlrtuafljr a.m. worship service. There will committee will meet at
JIIIOIbt band be a session of the church Sun 6:30 followed by the mid-week WORKS LIKE A CHARM!

logeUMT ringtfcJMnidr. By day school at 9:45: a.m., with classes p.m.Witnesses Met prayer service at 7:30. The chan
l lilt vroU .. for all ages. cel choir will rehearse at 8:15
tanjcoxot*, pUnosdprograms VIRCINLKINNE Owner The
weekly prayer fellowshipwill The men's meeting will
I ..onduoUddriO Opfralorsi/ be held Friday morning at 1 10 At Orlando in be held in the pastor's study at 7 w e o.M..atTHAT'S
t pracdos, original FRANCES RFDDISIINbTIIE o'clock at the home of Mrs. Andy a.m. Thursday The Sunday schoolsuperintendents' WHAT YOU'LLSAY -
III field routines and CRI WELL c Ninth Avenue 1 to
I will be
li meeting
feught the, Mgular which Ih'm and women arc 3-Day SessionStuart held at the home of Rev, and
AUMS. For her PUStoatesalp. invited. Mrs Forrest Watkins on: Thursday ABOUT YOUR IA( : y
ntmudl Now Featuring The Vacation Bible School will evening at 7.

l III !be lanai. atw Award nod' e Pedicures day begin June morning 22, for sessions children on Mon.fr om I home' from delegates! l a three have-duy assembly returned Mrs Friday Watkins night are at inviting 7:30 Rev.the mar.and MONEY INVESTED AT '

of Jehovah' Witnesses held in Orlando (
.Jolu ..WOII',yo.tb t 'Relaxing Facials'WE All nursery!children age through in the community seventh grade are Delegates! from !seventeen adults ried young of the adults church and to "Spizzer-young

boso..g these 16ycu invited. Central Florida congregations attended inktum" their home. A
the assembly and FIRST MORTGAGE
t participated
_.. ARE NOW OPEN in the of activities. will be provided at the church.
eN 1sa Mdredt Ri.I !MONDAY thru SATURDAY British authorities abolished in I The witnesses program for their Sunday I morning 1 at 'both the
I ........ 182V:! the custom of Indian wives provided 8:30 and I 1 clock I services, Rev
an lit needs by means 0 f twenty-two
304 OSCM: >LA AT 7-0536 I burning themselves on their hus Watkins will speak on "God Our CORPORATION
........,....,. band's funeral pyres. service j departments Delegates Father Al the evening worship

..., Far M trdw. a. from Stuart helped in these departments service at 7:45 the topic of hismCUgI. A.
and took in the
part '. will be "To Dad. EARNING
Frank Maitoza assisted i
i geltificabcfvffelit Where this emblem displayed, yon are In program the first aid department and L Union; At 6:30;: during: the Training:
hour film. 'Dedicated
t. assured of f the finest insurance service Feaster was in charge of the baptism Men." will lie a shown in the churchFellowship BIG.
P tidcrbauni took .
in the ceremony
\ land. in the service program Flora Hall. All adults are in-
sited! to see this film whether or
.. ('ordeno was among the twenty- not they are enrolled in Training
five delegates baptisedFridays !. Union COMPOUNDED

I 1 activities consisted ofa Momlav evening at 7.30: in the 50/ ,
model school and service
II ministry
church Fellowship Hall there will INTEREST
meeting at which Bible talks
be an open forum on the First
f and instructive counsel were given QUARTERLY
Amendment vs the Becker Amend
s ministers bapUied
New were
f ment. It will be a panel discussion! ,
Saturday afternoon. The YI witnesses! Offered fc>
with Rev.
Watkins as moderator
color film Saturday
viewed a two-hour OolyFirst
and lime will be for !
given questions
: by
evening produced
w from the floor. The public
Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society
i i. in ilL'to! this informative forum -
\f W Highlight for Sunday was a .
keynote speech" by Joseph Saia. _
M minister, on the subject "Facing
W. B. TILTON Up To the Urgency of Our Times," 111451 I'RISRh'TI RIN
Pine Mortgage
711.lIry I Maiioza, spokesman for the Stuart lake Draw, Sluart Corp.

\ I group quoted Mr. Saia as say Sunday: 9 a.m.. church school

council Since 1921INSURANCE ing.immorality. The pressures materialism of widespread increasing I with worship classes service for all ages; 10 a.m., OF STUART I\

'w'" CPSOUTH 04; national disturbances coupledwith East Oc. n Blvd Across iron the Courthous. In Stuart. Dial AT 7-0ISJ
fear of nuclear war and disbelief An electric beacon light which

FIOBIOAiv AGENCY of the coming 'war of the works without power lines and unattended Corn.r Atlantic AT.. and Indian Rlr.r Dr. in Ft. PI.rce. Dial HO 1-3115 j
11'11 1.C S'1'UZtw.ua. I great day of God the Almighty' for more than six months
lUL IINSZN: SUCH AT 74411 make our times urgent times and operates on propane gas stored 194S 20th StrMt JO 2-2300 V.ro Beach ,

the Bible an absolute need* in two IOU-pound tanks.

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6-B THE STUART (Flu.) NEWS: ....., -' Na.Era6alaxaA ...oaRl "" >,.'4.jIM'r.1 ": ,-1/nMt/ r '1' ...." "' 4r ; -' Soviet anthropologists exhumed PSBW&S. Beau all unite.

.. ...... 1''",.-. ... .- I 't.., ..." r lxwev'" tw... .""' .... .v I a1rB.ne_: 'p1- saw I Ivan the Terrible! who died i in interior FAC'' .-AIR.' Firestone
premium \\\\ I the
THIS SYMBOL: TWO bedroom furnished\ garage FLORIDA Registered I Pharmacist I FOR Sale 25' 1954 Silver Clipper elastic stockings, CANAL lot off St. Lucie. Lot No. 1584. from a tomb in the Krem Bow' personal '1895.

"' apartment. Clean, comfortable.) for progressive, growing local | aluminum house trailer. Very knee pad, anklets, etc. Stuart 5, Harbor Estate. 100x125. lin's archangel Cathedral. They I car

; .: MEANS! MATRE.tDERS C lose in. Reasonable.! Also room chain. Openings available in Fort good cpmljnon. Best Pffer. Telephone Drug Corp. _____ tf--I!( ) Best offer over 2500. Lou Bock report that Ivan was not handsome * *
for rent. 619 East fifth SI. Call Lauderdale; Fort Pierce V er 0 AT 7-2237. tf ((68)) ert, 4940 N. E. 27 Terr., Pompano '61 \\1BLI.R: Classic 4-1)I
PAY TO READ AT 71756. if ((35)) Beach and Stuart area. Excellent .,. ...--4 500 Shares First Mortgage of Stuart Beach, Fla. 399-0204. tf(90)( )I had a wide face and a sharp CrowCountryuuon.. OIIV.
YOUR ADS IN opportunity for advancement and common: stock $IO0) asking profile and was six feet three 6 I Automatic.
Service Offered Misc. cal Radio. Or-
NOW benefits. Apply Mr. Man price. phone AT 72047. Sale 4 100 ft. .
Renting 8 small one be4rorm \- company FOR by Owner: wa inches tall.M'1 lulnul 2-T Green and \\ hlle.
Apt Furnished, with tile gum. Broward Drug Office, 825N. "li.WhsrPtS tf ((78)) terfront lots. Hi'h and dry. \:
re" _
t rt bath screen porch, terrazzo floor, W. 6th Avenue, Fort Laudcr- Stratton, Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT 7- ..ve ...:.4t"" 'hrome lucunue rark. Like
insulated cathedral ceiling, overlooking dale. ___ ___tf ((43)) aJ'ar.. AIR BLACK lacquered teakwood chest 1 2595. tf ((90)) II J.u new Inside and out.
10-acre lake and county COOLED ENGINES in clock and inlaid with Mother of Pearl Real Estate For Sale 901 W1I'I51,2'15, mm 51.095.

DIAL park. Plenty parkin* arcs Low WANTED Sccrctary-Rcccption- parts and men who know how to 60x18x35. A. decorator piece NORTH River Shores Road -:1: BR III'' r U ;.,.""..w' *

price rental, $50.00 month I ('I. Must take dictation 6-day repair them. ULMeR MOTORS equipped with stereo. AM and FM Sunken bathtub carporte with I WATERFRONT lot with Pine '60 SIL'DF.B\KFR
ATlantic 7.1550 Walking distance grocery More Inquire week. Apply at Lighthouse; Point "or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly radio and record player. Will tell built-in Bar-B-Q Urge living Hidden River. Northwest Lnrk. 2D -
The Seven C'a Grocery Sales Office. 9:00: ) a.m. to 5:00::() Dodge Dealer. If ((71)) or exchange for spinet organ. Call room with Cathedral ceilings: Large trees 1 of on Palm City 150' North of 6 (')I. Straight stiik. Air-

To Place Your FAST SfI L'l/G-/ on U. S. No. I I. one mile non pn. 6.18 ((43)) AT 7-44QQ. Extension 241, morn kitchen with ample cabinets and Murphy Road. Access to St. cond. New n>Ion lire Extra
ot'St. Lucia River Bridge tf ((35)) RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Servo ings, or evening after 6M:() ) p.m. brkfst. bar. Circular driveway on new Lucie River. 1 HKlx( 126. High and clean.as 5RI)5.. mm $695,
LOW COST WANT AD WANTED: Part-time typist. Please! ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also II.IR (78)wrH" ( ) large corner lot. Full price 12. Paved road. $2,250. terms. ) $95 down $34 per month.

FOR rent 2 bedroom furnishedapartment slate expcricpce and) charge by drain field repaired and to-laid. )l'ji .". : "ft"' 700.00. Call after 5 for appt. dry.Kenneth P. Foster Inc.. Realtor *
close in. $75. Call hour. Or, woulJ consider: someone Dial AT 7-0651( AT 79862.
WANT ( Wanted 2874710. tf ((90))
ADS 287-1683 or 2875569. tf ((35) dcsiriotu of living in residence I To Buy (Mhe.) 81WANT 2309 North Dixie West 1 Palm '59 FORD 4-1) Country

with all living expenses paid and WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE laJ .... ,.",, err w FOUR bedroom waterfront home. Beach. TE 33607. 6.25 ((90)) Wagon small l V-8. 2-burrcl

RATE: Five cents per average i ATTRACTIVE efficiency: : cottage, small cash: salary. Write Box H BALANCING with. Bear Equip the best price for your Will! trade for vacant land. Write cart Crufa-a-mutic. R&H.

word, minimum charge per insertion Rio. Pleasant I location within c/o Stuart Ness 6-IK ((41)) mont by trained mechanic will pay car? Call Jack Bruicl at 287- Box 23, Stuart, Fla. tf ((90)) LOTS 30 and 43. St. Lucie River lac.-alr. Bountiful ull-Mhite.
$I.00 (for up Words 10 twentyaverage in ALL easy distance of dock facilities '--- ------ for itself in tire wear. We have the 1214. Mettle Motors Inc: tf ((81)) --- -3-hcdroom- Heights. Liberal terms. Sellercarry blue Interior. Extra: Extra
words 2-
Reasonable Call WANTED: Experienced Automo Anderson
year-rounj rates. equipment and men Your friend mortgage.t Chrystal
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first nwan.BB RaBwwwwrs was bath, CBS home. Terrazzo nice. Was $1095.. mm $895.
tive Full
AT 7-2583 after 5 p.m. or writeB. bookkeeper. time employment ly Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS 325 10th. West Palm Beach
word, count as two words each. J. Abbott, Star Route, Jensen' good salary pleasant or Dial AT 73355. tf ((71)) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 floors Florida room with gas log TE 27745. 6.18 ((90)) *

White space above or below or Beach Fla. tf ((35)) working conditions. Job open inimediately -. wnr..ryaalw.
within ad will be charged as the at aid established firm. I TERRAZZO Tile and Marble IN Rio good building lob $900. lavatories, colored fixtures and TWO bedroom home with tile OIIV. All *in\l leather. Inter-
cumber of words (five) that could FURNISHED )-r\X\ m apartment. Write Box G.i c/o Stuart' News W. H. Wagner Co AT 7-4880 Also two bedroom home, near- fill tile complemented with beautiful bath on large lot carport awnings lor. 2-T |green and white. 4-

be printed in the blank line, or Very clean. Frost proof refrig 6-18 ((43)) or AT 71696. tf (71)) ly new, good well, utility room. walll' lrcr. Kitchen facing : and fireplace, nicely furnished. 30)
25 line. erator. New electric range. Complete' _" .....,.,. front has built-in stove with wall speed. ReulrronolllY. nipu.
cent per n. building in hack 14x20( feet $9.l .- 8500. Dial 287-0070.() or aft
HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor !Nice $495.. down 1,28,
privacy. Adults.! Call AT 7- type oven. Cabinets galore. Large no
"Display Classified". rates on Employment Wanted 48 :300.l ) ) Inquire E. Wilhclm. Box er 6 p.m. 2872102. 6-18 ((90)1)
Mower and Disc. Will
clear Iota
0768. If ((35)) : utility room adjacent kitchen lead. per month.
application.These 1282, Stuart Fla. 7-2 (MO())
1eWRreaUIlars'wssm ruala'i, cut trees. Fence posts and pilingsfor I ins into a 2-car carporte and second 1111".L." I
---- --- *
are cash rates for) ads FURNISHED apartments on river EXPERIENCED, middlc-a g e d sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT OWNER going North must sell large utility room. Lot I(Mix) For Sale, Miscellaneous 178WE'YE j *

brought or mailed to The Stuart 3 room and efficiencies. TV white woman wants baby-sit 71401. tf ((71)) a beautiful, lot in North Riser i IS( ). elevation 52'. Pav onlv $500 '58 BUICK Super. 4.1) II r.

News with payment' If you are a md dock privilege Driftwood ling work. Has own transportation.Phone \\ E Spcciali/e: Window and screen Shores. Lot 16, Block 4. North down J assume monthly payments I -- PS&B. Automatic I'art.-air.
Stuart News mail subscriber or are Motel, 443 North Indian River AT 7-0205. 6-25 ((48)) repair Glass replacement Fork Road zoned single family if $104.24 and move right in i R&H. Beautiful all while,

listed in the Stuart telephone\ directory Drive. Jensen Beach. AT 72237.tf t.- vmaen .It- ,srpoRSla? e and service Custom work Aluminum parts. residences. Price on all cash deal ![}lmar Realty Iohe| Sou n d. GOT THE beautiful blue interior. Like

you can place your ad hy tele. ((35))) extrusion Builders Supply 2750. FIRM PRICE. Contact :546-5295. 6-18 ((90))) --- new. Only $695.. $95 down,
Bl'lnesl Opportunities 50 --- --- ------ -- T':;
phone. Dial Atlantic 7-1350 and Service, Inc. AT 72148. 7.9 Icily, Real Estate Realtor Route "
COTTAGE for rent. Clean and (71)) !SALERNO Area 1.2 miles West WHJUJEttCA5A $34 per month
lay "I want to place a JlllliiUl 2, Box 74, Fort Pierce. 46l-65fi6.
comfortable $15 a week. Call .:-an alaasars eraxlwiaeaaa ...; from U. S. No. I I. Salerno roado
287-0902\ after 6 o'clock. tf ((35)) NEW Sunoco: Service Station now 7-2 ((90)) I Smith road then (4 mile North *
under construction on U. S. No. PLANTS & S" WCES 75 -- I o Darling road. Signs\ on ,prop- RIO '58 CHEVROLET 4-1) 6-
Give your .mail i I I I in Stuart. Available for lease. ,,, NEW two bedroom home! 0 n e I
FURNISHED efficiencies: month "AI. J *1. rly.: 10 acres $6,500.( Excellent BOAT MOTOR SALES Inc cI. Powerglide. Radio. Orlg.2T .
well as your utilities! included. W* will train you and pay while PLANTS corner lot. Legion Heights. I erms. Kenneth P. Foster, Inc., I
season, Sprinkler systems, .. ... blue & white Ordinal
$10,990. _
ber In want-ad. In training. Reasonable investmentto Easy terms. W. H. Wag Ut a TOT AT
wanlad."I Adults. Summer rate to November landscaping: nod. Fastest Realtor I 2309( North Dixie. West
art News has -"I 1. South of Stuart. AT 7-1950 right party. Write! Sun Oil Co., nursery in Martin County.growing Pel- ner Co., AT 7.4880 or AT 7-1 o96.tf > I Palm Beach TE 13607. 6-25(90)( ) I tt mil mulching Interior. Extra: I
out-of-state Box 967 West Palm Beach Fla. (IQO> ) -------- -- ----- nice. Man $795., now $595.,
.. ,
best after 5 p.m. tf ((35)) ? icon Nursery Loop Road\ (S-76A), ors s...'M..xrepxw4t"". Ar.AWtasMRaMBBMaaata .' '., ,
are your or call collect TE 2.3339 after no per
Palm AT 71918.
tf ( 75)) $100. DOWN!!
I pects for real estate TWO-hedrnom furnished apart 6:00: p.m. tf ((50)) Government acquired REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190C. ---I *
"" *
"iwe sswain.s .' homes, 2 bedroom and
rentals, boat, help ment. All electric built-in kitch! -- ----- -- "
j gardening trailers', en. Clean, attractive, one block' CEMENT: plant and lumber yard For Sale, Miscellaneous 78 3 bedroom. Port St. Lucie. C. L.I a < p.iat, v. d ,11I' < I 59 RAMBLFR: Ambassador

ices. from new High School. School age including block plant and < > Smith. Broker, 203 Angle Road, 4-D II r. PS&B.. Automatic
i children acceptable. Call anytimeAT large conve yo Or will rent. Call:: vv m' w*&a-: MMHmMUSICAL Fort Pierce, HO 4-1209 Eve. 2-T bronze and white. Was
'-T 7-0606. tf 287-4133. tf ((50)) flings and Sundays, HO 16329.
((35)) INSTRUMENTSLowest $695., now $495. :No\ down,
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: ATTRACTIVE efficiency apart- rill. 4iII1t!........ "- <.'" eSPECIAL 6-18 ((90)bath ) B. ARBOGASTI $28 per month.

(Number over 100 refer to display ment. Ground it or. Near hank, ; NOTICES 55eraaraM4euNeNnrYa4xa.rel Prices in Florida LARGE 2-story! apartment frame *
schools and park Call AT 7-2643. '' house. Near school. Each I
classified 1 ads, which appear \ apart-
after the end ol the smaller ads, In I If ((35)) ORGANS ment has two bedrooms living REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 '
PSBW&.S. Beautiful
numerical order. Be sure to look : meet at 8:30: Wednesday room, dining room, kitchen, bath green
PLEASANT one bedroom cottage: at the p.m. every All rooms Targe. Needs repairs i 252 Osceoh Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440 metallic No ru t. Very clean
In Community;
both place ) Church
for rent. Within walking dw5tance EASY TlRMS
Jensen Beach. For information $ .999. AT 74695. If ((90)) Was $695. now $595. No
RENT" 35 13!1 stores. Also: Apartment -- --- ---- -
down, $34 month.
Phone AT 7-3332. per
in Port Scwall. tf ((35)) MORITZ PIANO CO.
FOR RENT OR $ILB 38-13 8
WANTED: TO RENT 40-14 ) 5892. tf._((35)) WANT the best price for your car? .. )112' No. 'Sth Street' --Owner of 3 bedroom 2 bath,, Our: Best Buy *
Call Jack Druid at 2871214. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 home with pool in West PalmBeach 57 FORD Fulrlane 500/ ) 2-1)
ONE family house, unfurnished
HELP WANTED 43-14JEmployment ;I Adulu only. Available June 15. ,Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55)) If ((78))I will trade his equity for WATERFRONT LOTS V-8. P &B. Automatic A
Wanted 48-148 I --- home in Stuart Contact
--- --- area. Toy steal. Was $495.. $295.
Rent $100. Call 308 'uaMes '
( *
at waww8r
Washington w 'qll
CAR LIFT wanted :
150(I to Park lor-Ashley, Realtors 287-2440.
Business! 50-
Opportunities No down, $18 month.
Ave., Coral Gardens. Stuart together with per
Fort Pierce 5.00) or !5:30!: p.m FOR RENT 135 6-18 ((90)) I
LOST & FOUND 53-113, 6.IS ((35)) Mondays and

SCHOOLS 54-154 I A Beautiful all-modern 3-room working in Stuart.Tuesdays Phone by Fort man era v err r t I "av a'sreerv., \ep'_t 1. 11 INSIDE LOTS Like new inside and out-
SPECIAL NOTICES( 55-155 I furnished apartment. Walking Pierce 464.2249 anytime or Stu. w'd I FOR RENT 135 $25,000or $1,137 each '56 CADILLAC Sedan diVille. -

USED CARS 58-158 I distance to everything. Call after art. 287-1550), from 8:00:( a.m. to .b ,ter sunk tit 1 rI' ,'s h"w w.a' aaa, vmwk. 'pr 4.1) II '. Power

NEW CARS 60-160 I 5:00: p.m. AT 7-0992, Murray, 100: _p.m.___ 6-18 ((55)) Our Best I seals, windows-, brakes,

BOATS SERVICES 63-163 I 667 Cleveland Ave. tf ((35)) RENT Blue Lustre Electric Carpet EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Buy steering & aerial. Original

TRAILERS & SERVICES: 68-168 I STORES and offices downtownor Shampooer for only $1 I per I 2.1' pink and while. Orl .
day. Hartman-Lcighton Furniture, 2-T black & white Interior
Service Offered, Misc. 71-171 East Ocean Blvd. Any si/e.
620 S. Dixie, Stuart. (Phone AT 7- Like-new tires.' Only $695,
PLANTS & SERVICES: 75-175 I Write A. P. Krueger. 1170 E. I Homes of The Week
Ocean Blvd Phone 287-2420. 0255. 6-18(55)( ) $95 down $34 per month
For Sale, Miscellaneous -(178 I ON
7.9 ((35)) ssawsrsalwlsBwweasa Bwwr
Wanted To Buy (:Misc.) 81-181 USED: CARS '& TRUCKS 58 THE ST. LUCIE SIIADED BY BEAUTIFUL{ TREES The Birds call home- i I 'S6 LIM'Ol N Premier 4-D.
LAZY Livln'l!! Brand
MOVING:< STORAGE 84-184 I new, spa-
clous. Studio Efficiencies: wwaamaews1rarerasxaw'FOR Yon will enjoy his Immaculate home too. Completely furnished Full power R&II. Fui-t.-air.
Real Estate: For Sule 90-190 One- and two-room efficiencies Two Bedrooms Two Buthi 1 Double Beautiful white Was $695
Lighted 110 ft. fishing; pier, over ATLANTIC), c9 r Carport Excellent
Real Estate Wanted. 96-196 too( mature shade trees Sea Gale Sale: 1958 Lincoln Conli- Neighborhood Water Rights for your Boat lot 102 x I now $495. No down, $24 per
Villas at Lighthouse Point. P. O. nental Hardtop. Air-condition) APARTMENTS Spacious shaded ground 20; Total ONLY $22,500. month.
air, _" ,, uHHmwmww I Parking Lot.
Boat Dock.
ed, full power equipped. Car in
Box 1531, Stuart. Phone 287-1657. eat p tnT :
FOR RENT/ 35 mint condition. See at Jimmy's pra141e BOi1.aVAI1BRTOART. Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge!:
a 7-2 (35)) Colonial Station North of Stuart FLORIDAnOVlEHKBPlHQ HEARING:\ AID OUTLETS Hill help you enjoy thIN fine Nicest t anywhere 56
III g ?} npitrM FOR 4 bedroom Week Month Year CBS Home Air-Conditioned Two Bedrooms Hi Baths CADI I LAC Coupe de
Ren!, bouse with on U, S. )No. I I. or call 287-1550 I ROOM .* BATHpRTrrLanoRn
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished pool on the North Fork. 2IH- between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 6-11 I I ((58)) CIUIITI 624 ST. IUC1E Guest House which b Rented on annual bash for $900.00 Yule Pt\\! &S. Godiles;
house on Indian River, Sewalls 4133. tf ((35)) .HIUiONAIII.R R'TEI CRESCENT Truly a fine hornet! $24,500. Gold. Oriu. 2-T Black and
Point. Yearly $12J per rnonih.) 1959 Cadillac Sedan de Villa One ?vtpunaq STUART, nORIDTrl..phonrl ,\ while inter Really clean.

Call 2872197. tf ((35)) FOR Rent: 214 Bedroom House Owner perfect condition 51.! .....1,, |..,,,..| Sn Yearly 287-9812 $695. $95 down $34 per
Front and back tcreencd-in 750. Call AT 73556. ST. LUCIE RIVER SPECIAL Seawalled Lot Large Trees
\ 6-18(58)( ) W. T F, E, MOOD, Manager
L. TWO bedroom furnished apart porches Unfurnished, except for FACET, Mgr. tf (til) -('BS Two Bedrooms Two Baths la the City lose month.
ment for rent in North River electric stove. $" per month, CHEVROLET: Convertible, I960, PUI AT. f-TM 'tf (til) to Clubs Hospital; Library Completely furnished-$26,500.

Shores. $125 monthly year around. yearly 2872857. 6-18 ((35)) excellent condition. I ow mile '.. --,-""..",........ .n, a_.. L". __. I I '56 LINCOLN Premier 2-1)
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Call 2873547. tf age, red with black Interior. Tire this nice Frame Home II r. Full power RAIL Beautiful -
((35) MAKE AN OFFER on Only VI
OFFICE for rent. Ideal for insurance like new. V-8 automatic, radio EXPECTING COMPANY
Block from the St. Luck River Asking price ONLY:' $6,750. all while. Real leather
etc. Dan heater Call AT 74367.
FIVE room apartment, completely accountant 6-18J58)( ) WONDER WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM Owner will finance. I red and white Interior. Was
O'Kelly & Co., 900 ColoradoAve. ----- -
South furnished.Federal Second Hwy. 287-3325 floor. 700 or Ph. AT 72500. tf ((35)) COMPACT German Ford. 2 tone I Call M and stop won}lalll!! Reasonable rates and an 'M'.1.1 $(,95., now $495. No down,

2871297. tt paint, radio, heater WW tire that will surpass all but your own $28 per month.
((35)) COMPLETELY furnished 2-bed 17.000( )( miles 30 miles
house. Reasonable lon. Like
RIVERFRONT home with pool room. 2-bath new $695. AT 7.0\)6.
for rent. Furnished or unfur rent. Contact Mrs. Lois Dooley 6-1R ((58)) Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! I NORTH RIVER FOREST I '56 OLDS 88 2-D I HT.PS&B.

at Eagle \ Niagara Cyclo-Mamage: Units In Our Bed. Automatic. R&H. 2-f Bronze
nished. Call 2870948. If ((15)) Army-Navy Department .:Jilli"'j" J ._"'. It 'II I RIVER RIDGE
Store. h.18 ((35)) & while Really clean. \\m
FOR Rent: Two bedroom; furnished BOATS & SERVICES 63 : WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES .
: Southwind Motel'I: STUART'S LEADING/ $595. now $395. :No< down,
IN Stuart from school .
house, good location in Jen- across t U 'tau $24 per month
ten Beach. Call 287-5 1 188.fl. One bedroom, kitchen, living AUTHORIZEDws 7p US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 2874773 i
Dealer, i *
and dinette Newly and ) *
IS ((35)) painted Complete Sales, Service. Parts. tt USD) I | e-IS\ usa( I
tile floors. Furnished. $1$ including I II 56 O1DS 98
TWO bedroom home in Palm;; utilities. 287-5055.. ,tf ((35)) Good selection. of dependable Usedtors. f- I, 'h"_ ..401:1:1: .4>- '7' )jI;.".....I' "Wl"1" I I PSBW&S R1H. New white
Expert Factory-Trained
Near City river- completely 4 Dial 287-2137 furnished Bararrsturt'>>! aese Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT top, new Hawaiian Blue fin

6.18 (35)WANTAiii' ( ) FOR RENT OR SALE J. MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt. 707 ish. Wa $5)5., now $395.

:rBarsasr sssaaaw_w.......,. erval AT 7-0944.) tf (63) I C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I ii, No down, $24 per month

FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom, 2 OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED

bath house located: near schools. We have parts for all 55 POVIHC/ Safari 2-D

Call AT 7.2714 after 12 noon. popular makes. Can test your coil Wa on. PS&B. R&II. Auto

tf (]8)) and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial I RESIDENTIAL I II. ACREAGE I I NVEST tENTS'' matte All Hlte. Extra niee.

NEW unfurnished 2 bedroom, 2 AT Dealer.7-3335.. Your Friendly' Dodge Was $495.! now $295. No

bath house near St. Lucie In. tf ((63) CLOSE IN-100' on St. Luck Rivera i OUR REST BUY I. MARINA SITE on South Fork St. Lock: down SIB ptr month.
let. Central air-conditioning, pier. FOR SALE I line I of *
: Complete
Large Bedroom Den Dining SHORT( DISTANCE WEST OK 4LANEDUS. River IVi Acres In AH, with water
$150 year around.! Phone Boynton Marine Supplies, Marine Paint, I 55 Bl'ibu.:
sides of river. House !Special 2-
I "both ,
Beach 732.3443 or write R. Skll-| l. Hardware Room-2 Bath*-Seawalled -$32.500. )10. frontage on
Marine\ everything for D IIr. Dynuf1 man, Box 2287 Dutray Buach. too $30,000.
your boat. Whiticar Boat Work. 535 ACRES while. A sttal.
tf ((38)) Port SewalL tf ((63)) 2. sr LUCIE .ESTATES 2 Bedroom I Was $495.,

." __ rr.a._ !JIIIi' ___............ .... r r "I _A1RAUJt.'i 2Vi Bath Large Using RIMHU All FENCED: : FARM: PASIL'RC: LAND 2. STORE OFFICE and APARTMENT now month.$295. No fcwn, $18 per


ta $21,750. Blvd. Good return on investment.
1Ir. .._ _'I" 1 _

WANTED to rent year 'round SMCE. FOR RENT New small 3. PORT SEWALL Custom Built 2 Now $375 per acre 3. 9.1 ACRES South on U.s. 1 3 CARRIN TON
residence Need 3 or 4 bedroom mobile park for adults. Panned Walk to Gulf
Bedroom 2 Bath Bedroom (Houne. 300 Mango Tree -
home. Responsible! can furnish and! built
to accommodate (
reference Call after 6 p.m.., AT mobile\ homes including the. .newest !urge Course Pleasant- Living Asking RENTAL{ : a Bedroom HOW Small Lake 273 on U.s. 1 All CAR CO.

7-0593. 7-9 ((40)) 12' wide all-electric. All utilities $27,500. ,1500 sq. ft. Commercial Bldg, for 30000.

Pial ATlantic 7.1550 r.*i tmmjutwauwmni'mi<'Ii underground. Patio slabs) 30' AlA OLD DIXIE )IWY., at

HELP WANTED 43 tod 40'. Individual electric meter. INDHNTOWN:\ :
and ask for th c ,."'........ Rates $20 and! 525 per month, i including 508 COLORADO AVENUE PHIL DORLON BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATlMtlc 7. 26Z
F --r---- M'""""" water.\ Bout dockage available ''I JUPITER. Phone 716.4772

a; SALESMEN wanted to sell 4ura- n vby.! Located at llh anj STUART, FLORIDA ASSOCIATES 111E11dER *,fLS, Open M Sondtyt6.B
light", insect__M,,as'foc homes and Lincoln., Port Salerno Tel. 287.J85. .
: Want Ad T'Ja farm }Iso. clot AT 7413II): 1( ((43)) 6 6-18 ((68)) (UR)

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\\ T PRESTON i I"n. li\e in hMxSound. roniplrt rear old soldier, entered !hlrm': 11."nt'n t u- ''r[ '1' ci m p i n V ., Food and Drug THE! STtART! :' TTorldat( NTWS THnrsdnr., Jant 18. 1964 7-B
COMPLETES TOAIMNGAT : : in '. I 1964 He completed I Hake SnmJ! -------;.---------- -
I cd eight weeks of advanced 1 infantry -i I Jinuan .. .
CORDON basic training at Fort Gordon Bureau Warns on -. -- '-r--- ---r"_' w a": 'Pw
Private Willard t| training at the U. S. Army I''He i is a ISW graduate of A iv pc\\nur( nhhon" haw one :. :':' .
T. Preston. i Training C enter.. Fort Gordon Ga'i 'Deadly Joke'The I I ...
whose mother. Mrs. Margie Prey I 1 Ga. on Max 28. The twenty-to- I Training Schtxil BefuN inked stripe and another to oMit I ,, a.. "Mi ..''..., t JL .tJ } )."- _
the Army. he was niioved) orate mistakesTHINK Food and Drug Administration I fr'6I"". <}.'.!('. 1 1 .X "'" ....", .. o\F .., ........,..,. + '. '"''.
t ototaratrtrt""wa rosim.m -w c wvepwtavass m has asked!.. all newspapers t ,
REAL. ESTATE: FOR SALE 190 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 to publish its warning lo renders I r) :;.i l x ...,
-- 'vv ar*.> ." 4Pr1WY ; ..- of a nationally diauibulod magazine
1 .. not to follow facetious direction I 1i 1r7 1t I II
culling for chwolvinj t h e
FOR SALE -- -- .I P a g 11 in methyl alcohol., .1 i n d I
drinking!.. the resultant concoction,
for hallucinogenic effect. t
3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE i i The Food and Drug Adt1I'nlUnlion i !
RALPH HARTMAN JR. warned that methyl, ilcoho ,','
I ). commonly" known at wood alconoT ', .-.t"J 4u .
!, i is a very poisonous" luh- .
When You Think
RIVER FRONTAGE stance ,the first effect of whichis I ." '
i usually, blindness, and Nvmll
I REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE quantities\ of wood alcohol are enpnhle -

360 ACRES 110 FA OSCI OLA AE., S It).VR F AT 7.4600 of canting death The federal I I "1 .,

I l' Intl' bureau >We J: a xa.t _ww....' .... ..
"The deadly directions stale that
FOR INTORWTION Write I* 'o.- ._'. _,, ',he mk!. used 1 in printing t this "issue I; : : -

VINCE NELSONBOX ___ '4 has been mixed with dipficmlphloroaiml :: -
I. a powerful hallucinogen 4e -
Dissolve any l\\o pages in mcthx., ) I ire + A w4
122, JUPITER, FLA alcohol; and! drink the result ,
PRINCIPALS ONLY 1400 SQ. FT. OF LIVING SPACE A spokesman' !. : for the magazine 4
It 11101 when queried hthe FD\ Mated
that the instruction were Intend'
-- .-. : FOR ONLY $11,995.00 cd as a f.e.( !..

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JUPITER WATERFRONT HOMEDREAM !ME THE BF\R A wave-carvcJ: >t, +' orulister tlibiCuPark retiree she i, ,t ''hi' photo
3 Bedroom, Big Florida Room, Real Estate: For Sal. 190 Museum on llutchinson Island M'-''' K t ,>n, "uginalive' evi :un see aI, ih i iihi ," I k '111"'"S long

HOUSE DELUXE. Complitelv furnished, modern CBS ... J graph' believe Hint the strung I (ugu'':, Ii 'I! I ippeal. it properh puhluii I .1 I I he lIecr'
Raneh Type, J1P long. 3 Bedrooms, 4"2 Ruths. Hardwood Parquet Recreation Room with ServingBar ot hast' alma ilsn laid
:! this" stretch uoast would '-" i '11" Curing a ir> I IIOUIIMn .1tl1.ld"'ill hi '
Oak Moors.. 36' lorida Room: 30' Glass Wall overlooking which: come khootina up through hubs Ih, >;ks nick looks >>,ul lo sea i hair I the Itim,e ol' Refuge
waters 76' Patlot 34' wreened-in area. large Bar-Bd) Pit Dial and Large Utility Room Waterfront -

lighting, ll.'nl. Extra large 2-tur garage Big circular driveway, 1 .J.straw;'waraurrusrrorrm yr\ Our....... n irt I)
good parking area Extra: large 2-car carporle. Central oil heatIng 500.00 DOWN I'IDIRIH'R 2 Rmlrnom I Inlay arty

thermostat ("onlrol.IlIde'IOoOI'drr! FU-reed furniture: made Home 125 ft. M River HOBE SOUND Honoring Two I J
800 fl. deep Mature Orange NEWS
lo-orrier Driftwood lumps draw drapes on every window. No
Held June 7
pine "wood In construction Situated and (linn ::1'1'\1.''. Only| 18001. on
on choice 150' niter Ironl.aat New 3 Bedroom I Home with\ I'o' : baths !SIRS FVi CVMPBHU! r rrespomlnt 5463911Hour
In heart of ,
Jupiler. Wl.'lIlandcaPfd, many palms, trees, etc. Mr, lack Carpenter was host.eu .
1 Deluxe dork with fresh water, light and link. Good fishing from corner lot, in Jensen. Lou down p-a\ment. New Homes ---Ma"na. +fw+4"Aa"rl"wNt.vem* rsMnm' .. y...... -.. and many fiends mil neighbor
dock.: 4 minute from ocean to dock This I Is a forced, divorce ptiriKiputecl, 1 In ,i surprise
tacrifice. Not listed. Shown by appointment only to qualified CDS 2 Bedroom 2 Bathllorldii of First Aid Set birthday party for Jack: < irpcntcr -

bujcr. To dullcate would cost $90,000., will lake 60000. Term Room Fmlowd and Jan Colon on Sunday.
arranged. W. H. WAGNERAT Garage Now $13,000. At Aid Squad's Meets June 1.The .
Good; Term Owner win lake party wn complete' with
Call owner, Jupiter 746-4772 or 746.4180 7.4880 AT 7-1696() () second mortgage. cake and ninny (Iwr'itlft' Music
d.1 IS 1un, r I iV "iln0' At the regular 1111''lin I fir anibiiliincc him been out of I was provided hv K,ilph VVipgun'
I 2 Dt'DROIJrn'I'n I and I ew Colon on their guitars.
lobe I Sound I IIN Ant" ,'
__ ___ __ for the 1'11'1I eck. being and
I .c-: .co Bemh Home $9,990.00V I Thursday night' 'it was Herhv Wosehmk' on (he hiinjo
Bargain! holii' one hour of first aid the shop for an over'all paint liohhy VAoRchntk on the accordion

NE\V WATERFRONT HOME BE SMART and Get YOUR Business I tion HI all lulure open; Uickily! no cincrgenciet came 'I I hey were accompanied hv I \'co
In order to !keep the fur which the ambulance was Monahan who made her first attempt
Only $13,500 Terms Location on U. S, No. 1 NOW Lots-Sewalls/ Point hers abreast in emergency .', lo learn lo do (he twist

I (ruining. I he squad has acquired Others unending were Mr.
I Bedrooms, spacious thing Room (air conditioned), Many \\ATI RFRON I I.OTS Rlv. 'the the American Ked ('roh* to Ann tlogan Ruth and Glen!
extra features See It now No closing costs Look at These Prime Sites rr to Road priced al only $115. the civic open center on I the lire on U. S. I I. giving the phone Thomas. Floyd Monnhan (mar-

per front foot. Thurstla night! each ,' U) cull for emergency, I net! 1 ryn'r. fd drilfiths. Mr and
CLOSE TO MVIV I'IHRIif'IIO"i 12V!' frontline hv ) Mrs. J. H. Mr dMrs
1. ill. Anyone interested in aid. Carpenter u n
MUST SELL average of 230' depth Some iniro| >i>nii>nts, $'(.000.() (> with (good ing is invited.' Jim \Vester and "Mr ,,mil

lernis.' A create )II Nil I Inii) (',\/V/ I'1'10 Mrs. Arlie Uiihherlv
STUART RESIDENTIAL LOTSIf 44 ACRIS with 300 frontline( suitable for small subdivision,, 13 ACRIS Nice location --- i / ...m.MII.. -
$50.11(10.!' ( with 29% dcmn. PI RSONl. S
lose to Rl. No. 76 750.00, Girls Attending 1 1 Community Federal Minor
for lot NOR I'll OF SlUARl! 215 frontage! by 629' deep cnmimvclal per atrt. I I Hue leant ol hipper lost t to the Mr and Mrs I 111111' ( i skin have
several lots
you are looking a or to build or Invest, A .J.II Meeting,
and residential with nice t.DS. Home on cleared hind. 25000.
named their infant' (
ilaughtcr o'
ask IM about these unusual lots In a fine residential m I a ynmc plated ul IheI." I.I -
area now
29r'o down. Park last I Idle Michcle. ')the look
the first Ihursday evening christening
offered low-low
being at a prlte 200' IRONTVGE; by approximately 400) deep Hume, large 4)1 Club conference ul I snit purl ot' n i is that (hey had place' at St C hnstitphcr' s hutch
store and olher'IIlulible improvement here. \ real glad! deal HOYT C. vlllo this week are three \ I J lo go all .,a'olllwllhoul on Sunday June 14
for a smart hnjcr! with c>e lit the future $25.001)) with 10000.( Sound till,. Phylis I I lots Itisl bad luck, kids .
{ Mr. and Mr Ed Millet tDnherty
M. P. NELSONREALTOR down MURPHYREALTOR MacArlhur uiul (,iiyle I !' I Street in Irupu" Vista

i The conference; will, he Tdtsm'l.. snow HIM have let) fog their vacation irt Ohm

Roland G. Lueder meeting!- replacing: the i h mm i.; !SCHOOL' and l'ennaIvania,, :!,
boys and girls'shitl' c There will be a covered dish ,19
The ml ScooIH1TrIll'II/ of
ASSOCIATES, ELLEN NELSON, M. R. (RONNY) NELSON SOUTH ,AlA have been .held annually I / fur (he congregation' at l have for thin
Jupiter" mgned
da mnce 4 H (Mil's were l I Kobe Sound Presbyterian : up
325 E. OCEAN BLVD. STUART, FLORID Phone 287-3566 -IEALTOH- Jensen Beach in the early year of the on Thursday evening/ Red ('rose nwinimmg lcsu>ns he

Members. MULTIPLE LISTING SFR\IC!:: 729 COIORUOHMJE: SIIMKT. HORIIU Session on the 18 at fi..to. 'I I here will IM a Ing held ul the! cuuwwayrtu) Riviera
'.11 !t 0) I ? 'x dlUIl, AT 74340a.tr Florida campus arc / shown on diiily Vacation Bi; lleuch
(runt t > I
I I leach the importance of School work Bible school, in Mr and Mr. lames Miirnsnn
--- -- - -- ; ic value and cili/cnship,' +e Sound will begin on July h. have, reliuiiud front a twiweek
1 ihiliiies. the I girls left -- trip 1 lo Detroit where they tiwtedwish
!lrhile Earth Own Part It"i
ESTATE r on a of i iI : :
RIVERFRONT morning and will return ;/ L SOON m: Mr.1 Mormon' family, III,*
tiny evening. ii 'i !SIMM...v mother has reached eighty-five anti

." s. _? ...e.. j. I lo Miss, llexkieI an annual family reunion wus, held
FOR SALE Mr. Morrison wild that (the weather .
I I C'u "
I II' lIp"cli who will he '\vcel
( ,\HI) OF 111\". on June 20. She cerliln- was colil and 'thereV' ) no"

200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful i Our recent ud los ,.. grown'! A big change (rum place. 'like llorkla, even in lime..

'" with grateful hearts inward : two poiimls" three ounce of We are sorry lo hear that( Mr.
Broad St. Lucie River I' 'II! I bur and fricnji Their years ago I acv Mae Robert ha been'taken

tl. : I ing etpresmont of I to Martin Memorial llospit.il" and
Within Limits of Stuart r < I.I t> ",. 1i I Ihoiighlfulncst ulwuy; Politic und Cieorgcunne! hope she will !soon I he well| anti
City : "'fI"'r" ; J; mcmhcrcd. of Dijherly Strgil ufe (iiiiiu.' 04.1111,

Water .. ... .. 'I 'A t', Mr and Mr. Clement William/ former"Jupiter(Cortim of Merrill reniilenl l In-. The I Dclniar Veech; fam'y "It
i ;. ... \\11 +.J...., r ,.T.. f -.....- N1 1110'1. buck from/ a two-week vacation
An Original Florida Home a ". j '.li..l. "f$; -- -- .'-"-. -. _..... .. client lit Illmoi,
: .;e:;.: ,, ... H"" --'-, -" --- -"-"--- -,
Well Kept and Spacious .i !'f '" Krill Estate For Sul 190Waterfront Miss. Sally Falk. t utiidenf at the

Nice Guest Cottage' WATERFRONT IIOME on Beautiful St. Luck River p, .". ... ...*.....w.wm" '", .........:.-.."_____' _# ville University, spent of the lorieru weekend at at(fcunes-;home ,

NFSIIFn AMONG: TIIF PINES: SOLD TO W. I. ONG III OF UFVFLAM>, OHIO by with her parentsRetirement.

Well With Fupds
Let Us List and Sell Your PropertyBRUNER'S -
Large Lawns and Many --

Beautiful Trees and Plants HOUSE OF REAL ESTATE Realtors '! 'iT- Growing in State
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Priced Sell 700 SOUTH FTDLRAL: HIGHWAY PHONE 287-1297 StUART, FLORIDA LrL; .1. :;rw .> Retirement fund, for Florida:
$$29,950.00 gay ()DI : i :: i. : shite *and have local swelled government by 76 pet cent employe

See Your Agent or Phone during the past five, year ;,compared
AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 with a national gain Of 59
tt (110) II 1if 4 per cent, the florida State Chamber -
SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTIONThe IJ 11 1f. ;A of Commerce reported
--- --- ----- lia.Yo"ay >
.. fotdP. These' retirement fund't, I"
...... .. !
LNC, : 1 .--... I___ Florida mood at a total of J429-
621,000( ) ) at midyear1967. ,Mak.
IN THE CITY LIMITS "Service Means So Much" ing up the total were S274.H 1.000( >

invested In federal government! -
cunlie; SJ3.J79.000 in oher
FXDORVDO HEIGHTS $10,750. C.BS., 2 Bedroom, LOCKHART REALTY government eciinlie/ H9(499,.

Florida Room, Tile Bath, Carport Lot 97 x 127 ft. Term" (UOO art, securHie, of private iconvBimlcr : -
: and S 11.91>0,000( in, cash
FRAZIf REEK $9,100. C.BA, One Bedroom Bath., SFWALLS POINT AT 7-1777 and deposit"
Enclosed Porch, One-Car Garage Close to hopping. Term. I.II <(111) "During the fiscal year 19A3,
the fund were augmented! by
WALK TO KWIK C1IFK 9500. Nice White 2 Bedroom .. --- S41..H7,1I1JO< in C'mpk'yo conlnhu-
Frame H
era Lad of Trees. Term. A ry/, W 'local government portion le addition
Y t For HOMES, (the fund earned $17,319
NORTII STIMRT 10250. C.B.S., 2 Bedroom, Bath, !INK during the year
Encbwrd Porch, Large Carport, Fenced Corner Lot 125 ft t INVIiSTMIiNTS, "Balanced aamst these 19ft/
110 fL Term receipt. were $2I.O<4X)0( ) paid in
BUSINESS benefit' \\a retired public employe
ON TIn: HA' FIJI SU400. 3 Bedroom Frame ad Brkk OPPORTUNITIESVATEHFHONT and $10177.010 lo former em.

Lot tO ft 190 ft., City Water, No City Taxea, 500 ft. I. \ ploye who elected.i. }i> withdraw! .
St. Luck River. their fund>> "

1 Ask Us! You'll Be Glad Ton Did P\LL::\T-*.LAls JU"lS U GRAD ISGRr ;

TAYLORASHLEYREAL : "Valley Forge" Legion Heights Paul A. /ones! nineteen, IOn of
Mr and Mew Paul Jones of Inc
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATILS, FILL DINING: ROOM, LARGE CLOSETS dianlown, bus completed a I n e
ion week of recruit training l at the

Whitehead, ESTATEJim $ I ::2 5 00 Fall Price IncludingLANDSCAPED LOT ( and Company Lake Naval, III Training Center, Of eat

,, tOG Colorado An., (arrow from 14 National Bunk) A bridge for vehicular traffic
4L''OQ4 TEI AT 7.2500 AT 7-1280 AT 7-4121 has been wit o. ground wealened<
ftRMSIttD MODEL OPEN DAILY by coal mining. It wpported on
I '.11 lUG con IAuR: SALES i6CL within
.. Ml MM lower eeliorm of u a tango
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mo I of nearly three feet.lUARD .

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DIE STUART (ffU) NEWS Thursday, June 18, 1964
... I $; SWIFT'S PREMIUM SHORT SHANK SMOKED (whole or Butt half lb. 45c)

News for Veterans SHANK HALF
I 4 '

Issued by KellerVeterans HAMS 39C"SuperRlpt

-- ."IlII!. /AJT1\ lb.
and the widows of I I without retirement or disability
veterans receiving Veteran Ad. severance pay.
ministration pensions under the. Ono veteran recently separated
provisions of the old law are showing for total! disability was awarded n
increasing interested in the $187 per month permanent disability I
Western Steer
new pension system that went into retirement pay. This award, t, Heavy
effect July 1, 1960. based! on his !service pay, will never I
la the first three months of be less than the $187 per month. Freezer Beef Sale Super-Right" Western
1964, more than 4,000 of these Now this veteran is entitled" 100 EXTRA Center Gut
pensioners elected to receive their Dixon says, to file a claim for serv.
pensions under the new law. Thiscompared ice connected disabilities with the PLAID STAMPS 140 to US-lb. Average Beef RIB
with less than 3,500 Veterans Administration throughhis
such elections in the first three Veteran County Service Of. HindQlr. ,59c
months of 1963 or an increase of ficer without harming his retirement of Plumrlroe 1)wnbb
16.6 per cent.This pay: status. This man has a Im'W W'GChAthe N PurcEhase PICNIC 85 to 10 is significant since wife and one child. If he files a
there were more more than 1,193,000old claim with the Veterans Administration 50t I Beef Round ............... Ib,, 59 C
I law pensioners in January, and be is rated 100 percent
3,1 and less :than 1,183,000 in his compensation would be lb. 25 to 30-lb Average Whole Olt
Wltb TkU Coupon u4 Puixhu tOUR 2 s 1.89
1964 John W. Keller, $250 for himself and $39 for his
January OWN Beef Rib.
Martin County Veterans' Service wife and child for wartime disabilities I cnn ..... .. .,59c STEA l K 6 9c
I LA' 100 for
officer, said. or $200 for himself and 95' "No Couplet BONE IVpond /
$31 for his wife and child for BAGS only j LE.
The old pension law grants I
peacetime disabilities He would thru*ml Hunt au. Ml.2OM
flat rate pension and sets certain "
these income Income limits.limits The new slightly law and raised seta is therefore due to gain war service$102 if or disability$44 per ___:.snc.n :______ ...__.__________:I: FREEZER AT NO ADDITIONAL COST
-ou------ .. ---------
sliding scale so that a greater month if disability is due to peace. r-o.- ; .
pension payment went to those time service ;

Kith All lesser persons Income.coming on the pen. requests Dixon this says change if the has retiree actually who r2 5.1Ta PLAIDSTAMPS "Super-Right" I IlEA WESTERN BEEF SALE Choice Grade "JNIIR: : CUT SMOKED PORK

sloe rolls on or after July I, 1960 received any retirement pay, compensation I CHOPS ,,69c
must! receive pension under the ; until payments the amount would be withheld the With Ihli Cwipoa and punhr..1 CUBE STEAKS .... ... lb. 99' ROUND STEAK CUT Llb. o7c
new law. Those already on the paid by ANN PAGE AILGOOI) BRAND NUMBER 1 SLICED
rolls on that date have the privi- armed services has been fully recouped.

law lege or of of remaining electing to under receive the pen old For .further information lee I N SEASONED SALT 325c; GROUND BEEF ......... n,39<= SHORT RIBS.. .. ,, 39c BACON.. ". ... ... 2p plig. 77c
sion under the new law. your local County Veteran Service (.0..lhru IIal..lu.!N>. ML II-IO-M: : ''" ""
Officer or write to Dixon at P. O EXTRA LEAN CLOSE TRIMMED BONELESS oTiTc'i'r'r1'1' "o ,
Further from information Keller.M. may be obtained Box 1437, St Petersburg. _.____ _________ __ SAUSAGE.lb IOO
STEW BEEF .. ,,59c RIB STEAK. .. ,,89c
T. Dixon of the Florida 1II\o...' pt ,. *'" 11_ r"i: : iJ----------------- CAP'N JOIIN'S QUICK FROZEN j 1

the said Department benefit that veterans which of Veterans pays arc the entitled Affairs highest to We CARD would like OF to TIUNKS take this opportunity 25Edn1 Jas II GROUND CHUCK ,, 59c BEEF LIVER ,, 39c ,fISH STICKS ....... 3S lOO
rate. to thank our friends and
for their kindness and
neighbors i
Numerous inquiries have been floral offerings m our lute bereavement With hU Coupon and purduM d I
made by veterans retired Irom the for Neils P. Nulscn, I. UNCLE: BEN'S Special A&I' WHOLE or SLICED BEETS or CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL
armed forces for disability regarding :
to Rev. Durward Knight, Harold if QUICK ll-o/.
this question Dixon says.Some Johns Post No. 62, American Legion i RICE k 39c
permanent have retirement been placed on 1 the, or also Johns Funeral: Directorfor I Ln"I l thru Nut.Junf 30, Ml. 8-10-84 j
disability the efficient manner in which L
placed on CORN'7I.lb.89C
temporary re- GOLD
jircmcnt pay list, or separated from the funeral was conducted. I
wrvice with disability Bullard Family --- -----
pay, or separated from severance service .1IIAi',.......... ,arar "1 r.- :-i iiil------- .
------ J I PIAIDSTAMPS 1 1f


With This Coupon . II I' Lumhrcckt I'-ro/en CreamCIILUb
I-Ib, 4-oz. -
I 79Cliund ICE CREAM Y2 49cgallon
I Ihra........: :' assail J I carton

>A k Now in !!;;: ..::m--- _______.J '
1! _
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and Iveiyjftay .-) ;P



$20 to $$25 $$15.00

$$35.00 $25.00 f j wNlreygn

$$40.00 $30.00

$$45.00 $35.00 phn"nNr

$$50.00 $40.00 SPECIAL! MIOKlhNING:/ SPLC1VI': '! 1 I'OR COOKING:/ OR SALADS ,

DACRON & WOOLSLACKS I Snowdrift 3 cbn!: 59c Wesson Oil bottle. 59c fl '

I smi! .\UAy M>RfF.D COLORS JUNE 21

REGULAR PRICE NOW Mayonnaise j ar; 45c Delsey Tissue 4 rolls 49c PRINCE' ALBla.Smoking .

$$12.95 to $$13.95 $10.95
/. Tobaccol : 119
$$17.95. aII$15.00PRICE M1 Large, Sweet, Western Large Crisp Iceberg FOLDING ALUMLNUM

LNCLUDES CUFFING:/ d CHERRIES LETTUCE Chaise_ Lounges .7 ti"ld> eb: y598N

R'J v
SLACKSREGULAR v .5 r h,) ui'' IMd Vl'I lb. 49c head 1 Qc SALTINES SIRIETM\NVSCIIOC-OLA1E:/: -:/ ... .. '... .. p.oz II Ib'29c. OA

\", i k IUIKES\M! } V1CII .. .... .. .. .. sine 29
.. .. $Q 50 \ -. '' .; CALIFORNIA, RED RIPEStrawberries LAYS '0-ne,
PRICE $9.95 NOW .n ;j'e A POFAIO CHIPSPJPSODENT ...... .. ... "In 59 C

DACRON & WOOL 3 pts. $1 00 100111 :BRUSHES 69c


ALL PRICE COriON$6.95 ,' '''' ............. NOW 5.50 W A TERMELONS24.1b.avg.69c- us. amAT; Anuanc.Cet a PAC.SC Fine fA Cilis COSUAt1Y Fastet,SIGA

REGULAR PRICE $4.98.. NOW 3.98 g. g .

10% OFF ON ALL _, ---r: '- ..,, _. ..
Pure YrKfhibe horteDI ICRISCO DETERGENT House and Gurclid; Bomb VALLEY GOLD

k off dcJ rrr 24K 8-oa, 13.o
59C }139 : 10e



PRICE < S04/l, I..t"". 14.ua 1 Mb. 4n.fc or
$7.95 TO $8.95 .. NOW $5.00 bottle 3ge 461; e ellll 6ge :::41CSANDWICTI lok'.17e pilIUQTHRirtLYr. 00 C

STORE HOURS 9 am. to 6 p.m. Daily .Ml ILVAORS SIZE


961 S. Federal Highway AT 74687 3-lb.paces allot 7ge 4 3"4 PkRx. 45c : o131C 7ge 22oa botlMi plastic 65cbD

Blending Plant Many flower Growers Attended Special Session "....t'12! I I, fill: STLAJIT (Florida) MttS

--- Thursday June 18, 1964 t-C
I ----------

Boosts BuildingTo Flower Farm Is Given an Extension I '" ON

$$172,526A I I Ih, ( ,,1nf Stuart has termed
I,? 01",1, ,' VIM:: ) to Stuart Cham-

$4*.(XX permit lor a blending !-I Until July 1 1965 at City MeetingMinutes In I ,iii I immerce towards the CX.prays .
plant in I InJiantnwn!! topped! of the free lish Irs II n
luliI when commemoration of
twenty-five building permits iv.uidin
Martin County last week. for a tl the uls lilncth birthday will hoot
total of $172526J ,, I.I "lcuure the Fourth celchra.
EndArgument '0, ,, ""c _
E. Dye will build the plant (. ::' : , for Howard Fertilizer Company ( | .\111I t:1-'s: : rOOT GtRAI

A motel will be added to CrossRoads I HOW I IO MIX I IT.
Cottages, Jensen Beach I\\ IN I DAYS! II .M lraw4. with trn,

carrying a permit of $2XX> The I Skhninun's: flowers, Inc, mm :o I T>;:;.L II I Was and j ymv.lnl/, l.d., book>hln I .ilouiK r .nr dn.nil.,
Dickerson, Inc asphalt plant accounts Us flower ( from I thi e ... ? Waled hrallky >ban .. I.u II. N. "'!<*. I
move arm ) ,
.. .. I Itch nd burnlnt U..N.p/k tMlh.n >
for $7,000( ) and.! two barnsat .
locution of Suffer T
present 1 west 4 I. FOOT POWDER t = --llr
\Vesthur Farms for $11.100.( ) I Estates, s.l ;: I lor ....., I..,. Im.l, OdD" ..l.r..ilwIn
Drive, Krueger I to a ncv
\) iii r ii Mt .
Four residences boosted the total 1 1iIIL. j th idln Ion h.uni NOW *l STUART
site on State Road 76 by July I II II9M .l h v DRUG LORI'
by $66,000. I I

Five permit! issued in the City The decision was made by thi s \1)1-1 It' MMIN t II \R1.I'S I Sims JKli ? II Sill| ?!Ilia,,, ( AP. r ANNOtNCINC.KIOPIMN .
of Stuart made up $14/UO); Mar Commission al meet Ills III. I' IIh,. ,
City a kpeciul ails i\1'1.0111'! pips "" .yli l "III l1,1 I leuIlll \ (.
tin County contributed nineteen
on Thursday! afternoon Juni ,,
ing I ill "ni i lohn Slums
permits for $128,026, and Sew- I II I, attended by some thirty rep Mild' I MMKINMUS..
ails Point'i one permit was for rcscnunves of other Martin Conn
$30,000 John R. ItuJcy'Jar
ly growers
Biiurdinit. l Iav Itcek
Water jet IH being I It followed a complaint mad ePB
propulsion :MlMllllObedlrnct
several months Mrs Elsit
ago by
studied for m
use a
proposed500ton I' Brannan that the odor of
( ) 80-knot( hydrofoil ship TrainingGroonting
and fertilizers were objcilioaihlc:
----- ---
: I I and a health hazard Other Stafford '

I I Drive I residents signed a petition 't. (
bucking. Mrs Brannanconiplunt. 5401 I S federal Highway
Fort Pk.I'Ph...", 464-3378
The corporation I is owned byarl 4 I
(' Schramm Jr. and his brother -
'inlaw.illiiim Gladden, who GA STORAGE
purchased the business from I
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN Schramm father two years ago t WAREHOUSE
For YMir F."orll. Drink I artier in the week, the farm
WE SERVE LUNCH had been sited I b> Mayor Ray Ct'R I II'IC.\lt.s Ol- TROIKIrNCY:: pr',,'iiil' \\tdnesdav 'four I in, Mall. Scrgi ml I IIrrs, Storage by the

( coke ind Commissioner Arthur Rector left and Technical Sergeant Richard Sipos i nghl/: ol Slii.nl Slju.IIIIIIII ( ,is ii Air Petrol. b11 \
STUART DRUG CORP. ,F Simms and as explained al the C'ol. Barbara Arnold, commanding Group I Is. md I 11 John Strong, >qu?dron commander DayVcck
I' L..l, k FI..I. DI.I.\) r.llaa meeting t verbal agreement had
THE REX.\LL arose I I I been worked out /between the two ,, Month Year

,__.__-__-_-_ __-___u______"n___ commissioners and ,the. -partners,--- whereby the farm would he dismantled !- nude! several times that 'the residents implied/ further five years, which -: ('II/ \I'LAIN ol Muarl Vuadlon| ( VI' Rn Ink I'ern.in- USED tURNITURE A:
Irneu t to west UK))) in .Krueger. Lstatei: shouldgo cxpued at the beginning of this. .
de/ receive his colhn bulge' shack u''x'tIrom I ieutenant
feet al a time, every month beginning and live somewhere else if they year
John Strong, squadron eommiimleiIIK GOLDKN: GATE
Jan I, 1965. don't like! living near the flower 1 he argument of I tht flower

I 1 I he attendance of !so many farm because the flower farm growers ended rather abruptly al -. -- ._
k. ...........
I flower growers most ol I hem was there first City Manager Joe this point When thc' motion was \',VM I' PR \ISISKOVDS I 'a .sous 1 : I
with larim in the county rather Crowder finally produced the minutes made to allow Ihe (arm an extension
I'KIM.KIM; I Idoveinor
I' than the city appeared lo come of meetings ol the Zoning Irom Jan I to July I, ISidS. I ,, I I
as a surprise to the cotnmi\\ion. Board of Appeals. dated, Jan 7. and passed" unanimously/ there Farris Bruinl. uddies., ,
I Several and I evi Johnson I I9<4, and Jan ft. I growers ,kc on the of the earlier meetings! showed I lorula Council ol 101)) said that ;
I "hiehouD I that a variance I Irom the existing I lorida has built as hums mules'of
I precedent be created residentialonmg! had "been 1)1.lot; \Klh\ HrRrMm : loads in the 'list three \eaisus 11 11I 11II
it the forced to move
I for a period tit five A OKHMVIION built the
granted : years wets in enure' !pn.\i I
under the dictate of a zoning' ordinance
I to the establishment of f the ol' the
permit stale
ills history
passed after they had brenallowed ( IeNlihery and Kindergarten r I
I farm; the minutes ot the later
: -----
to establish the ,tlowerfarm. Inc Monterey Koad. !>lImrt.
indicated that the
( The value of the flower industry meeting sari- was chartered last week ul 'liilluhassce A Imiitctl radar inspection) : ol,
had been extended! for an
to the city was stressed, and ance with KM) shines' of com the sin'lace ol Slurs indicates thai
the suggestion made that the -------'- ---- mint stock aulbon/ed at $100) a II is not' as rough as was expectedMapping I
farm's move might cause loss' ol shire, 'I he incorporates were : uill:i :I hr. continued I ,, in:, June- i
employment lo some of its workers Picnic Set by JlIneE.I ('re\\", Betty L I Crews March 1\. April IV<>7. M.n
OPEN I G.O.1Women. and \Villiiini: A ( lIithlcr 'n. I 1911'1 and August' 1971/
:__ -
After the statement hud been I
Men InvitedThe

FRIDAY '' Hut If you "1111" lei Ihe! Stuart News fallow you on jourtmulliin.
f. SIN\ IMINUI REASONS \\'oll1enRel'uhllean ( luhol
h /' There ,,11lie\ u hot of news la !Martin County this
''' ''' : Martin County will hold I its
ill 7:00 U =/ '' d I hiiniimr ulHiiil' lam"' rlrilhiim wuler to the bland, new roads,
June Feel Look
: p.m. 'I" (l.-. : '''1 regular/ meeting on Tuesday.June and
I 21. at Sandspril )Park at I 12.11)() mid miinv oilier things that will liitrrmt your Mid affect your prop.
; ..:: 1 1r p m All attending' are asked to )' ltrlest Each Day t tet>. Mail your kiihstrlpllon or lilvplMMi .... We'll gladly change
FAST CONFIDENTIAL LOANS -.' '''< bring a picnic "hoi lunch. The your mail addrnut.. UN often UN you wish"
: men, mill! all the invited '
i :J" \ t<> come! and join in the tun Get your Hair Styled
1 'J\\ 1\ ;Some new and Interesting an-
25. T0 *600.Por I 1r nounccmcnK will' be made! and wi-, At Elkay Kali- anywhere In .the U.S. or (.imrlin Oar Year $$.OOi

J\. are looking! 'forward to a large A MX Menthe/ $%.S/Il/)| 3 IslonllM $1.30)
1 : r J\ turn-out All are welcome mem ..
hers and' non-nuennhers," said Mrs ,. (If I resident of !Murlln Comity any part of the year, $".50)
Your Convenience we are OPEN I '
Gladys H. Almegord! secretary
Uanl 'la make 1 bit with
FRIDAY, 9 a.m. until 7:00: p.m. a certain "Mum" 11 Nuine ... ......... .. .......................

Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. I r-- -. Slrcel .. ....... ........... .. .
t \KI Ol 'I IIIVNKS! ; j

Loan it'I*< ..:.I.. -I Mr. and Mrs Norris (osw Beauty 80 City .. Mule ... .................. Cod Zip ........
Florida Service K"UPfYJ.h.f, ..t 1 boom sincerely thank all lor the E.aOC'EJAoNDu.'u' :
;LE -
::... 1 lovely cards notes and! get well
wishes received Mr (
during \aXJt.m's IRIS K K IS 101- I:K.SLN : .
I! CORPOR.\Ill) [ > BLV9.. STUART FLA.I' I six-month hospitalnation r Open Monday tl
I NEIL WALTONPLIIFSrON4 nUll 1041 AT Untie' 7-1550. )
30 East Ocean Blvd. 287.1&44 v7X. ( AT.7-2300 I I it Good! Samaritan Hospital
: : thru Saturday PIIONF JH7.44S1 I .J
k a+.,,.,.tas.rb..sarr.ol.Rnlar
--- --

t7 tI i e -P-




get major noipital protection, end ]dull ei Imperlenl._ UP TO THE AGE OF

protection! .. .. '

V Your Ya Own V Only, YOU Con
ABSOLUTELY will keep your policy /in effect et what get: I Not To Rent Cancel I Policy
lone o, you Ii,.. Thera'i NO paying one let of you
benefit then cancelling when renewing; time V No Limit At To V lkenely The

camei You,. lure certain with Comm. Number Of Timtl .'",. Dpt ol ite.cial'e .
unique plan. Used Each Year _
JUST Individual; OR Thl """"IK *-""
r f K Family Coverage Peace Of Mint '
In Event Of Accidental Death All Premium'
I Of Deceased Will Be ReturnedHUNDREDS
MAY SAVE YOU o MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL EXPENSE excluding first $50 of hospital expense

DOLLARSLATER OF and limited to $ 500 00 ', i

85% of the 2' 10".1111''. IA'H I1.I N 'AN _Ill ..u.
Y..,... MM ,ric+ < .
i$1$ j MbI.I: IA IA NIN II.WAI 1. 111'
Se .. a..ot : :
Ik 1 'M : ", ii? uutuosn I e'raY'r
_" =:: I, : "t..r ....:" NHS///: / pLI/N11)1 /
l lrln
Major"".., .... GREATEST HOSPITAL PLAN IN OUR HISTORY : ._ ... '..' I merle .......... ...... .'.......
'ilL p aw I U.. .h.., II,. ,.......,..... "...... ... IIUeYITLL
1 M. If fMM ." e lot Suppose you get a serious disease such as cancer, tuberculosis, heart i : 1'LAA ,.., 1 ..... .1,.., ,1. 'r". II'.... a.ww

: 'Ui U S.4 HH W.Bit :* :r:"7 trouble, ulcers etc. Certainly you would wont a hospital plan that : I Id..1. Puna I t'.II,. IA.... I'l- I

I couldn't be ., the claim was paid. THIS PLAN IS i.: :

YOU NEED IT FOR A LIFETIME. Even if you have been rejected or. : nun AODRTJScm _.;:;.....;::-..:;;.;;--.;.--- :
NOW : .. ... .............
cancelled by other companies, you still may apply for this Major Hospital, .._ : ; ;;

::. o.ii.e for hto I o:=-pr.w..r.ed far U*. sow. ooJkiM.Mn duo w or fi.w.nssd wiltwi IM'= Surgical Plan 467 (Series E). I i FHONC NO. .,.,_.. ........zr-.I/ I

poriod, tarot to mo Corflpony1 rear to chonoo I ronMim rotoond p.',,, h Nh.MN d h. 1.r .rtd.a..IW wa.Nw -t.ln.Wi .fw to *M ** .recd l Oe Ml dr.' km -'*. ,-. ")>.
*. pravldod YtufiiiT wch aiee..oplN, to ovory Matt Mdir fount untmcoi M.h.r-b .wIM--- ....Ike.... :.Nil,NI t.apdd. ::..pl.Ki.MdM.. :,e .t ouatMn, raducnam eM .tomfatwi, of .koiwfrni: I......................................-
> IMI CamnoKM Lifo "ktwraneo 4.> MkMWl

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M THE STT VR1 (7'157( ) NFWS TA77r.rlay, June IK, 1964 HIURSDA Y-OmfhtOfrdil I I /tIP-n F'I"let"o', .."I.uo, !MOND\Y: -('onllnnid rUFSD V-('onHourd
.uu ... ...... 'I
'so', r Tonlnbi with. Johnar CkraoK T 1I1..r..h. Alt.rsoea I _. S..I.unt Coin Dearth Told
lor) 12 I.nrrime IJoo, '.5 Nnwo 10 N.... Wtb r, IPOr/ by
I l1) Muln Nlirhlnmre Alleli
. TV PROGRAMS 7130Jnrh1aOl.ro.' 7 Your 1'1"1 Imp..I"n ((1',10") 12 None
1 I
i i ia- r't' .. A Frontier clue, 10-11 P.h r known IIp.t .l/ -4 WMtlnre .
? U.u.not I laths, I Moot. .tom-/
\fjk. 4-WTVJ. Miami (10.8.1.) WSTU Badlo. Btu.rtr-1r Ikitlni tie. /w-12 Nor .io! 'TM Min"r I tCrI...... ./.pnA
Tl -
1'h vh, 7-WOKT.I WPTV.. Miami PIm Beach(NBC NDCl() TV wharo profram 1 In Ihl.11.11.*ertlonTk ..I ar, funlahd I I I) A Y A Joey Bll.1011 ,..'-... .... jl-r.ttJr'' ....Con+ gln1':',=Ford 10.10" n :,:tr'lft. In. OoU CowtWalur Florida Bankers Head

l i: (10 WLBW.TV, Miami (A.BC) by the t.l.Ndnn| .tallon.. Th* a It* JUNE 19Morn.9 00MoW liwrera* Walk I :17/H: OYWt. hlphl S.,41-4 .....- (Iro06u.II .
: :: : I. Uft Hand 01 Ond', .,. "N.wi'!
I Ml-WKAT'TV Wiwt Film) Beatl k art .. Ii not r*>i. nilt, for layproirara ; : -- N.w.
(A D.(.I ehwirea.. tao-4 Phil RllwnIn 1"f, I.If. rI led tk.lumof.

,dim. u Monday so.inS..Iittv4 10,104-4, Hollywood.mr-: Vartety 1, 10 01x1. "Anth,."', AIY.1'.P", (PI. I II Yq/ ."' If. I..rl O.hlnd'' David B. Iron. president!, Florida onerite with the huikniL 111.1'1'' '
WF.DNJIIIIDAY; \ESllYCllntlnlll'd, Bimmr.. RemMtor. Intrniu"",. 10'110-0' Unin' lehlhl.** I I ftL :'''rL': s.u ',' ... II MU..ukPl'1o. 01.1, '" BrtTtkcn Atdociulion and ICLulivc in keeping the pre"'1Il M"|'pl\' ,

UNFIT s off B.rm'i' HIIlhllhra I lion to Mrlr/\' Rune" : .... It Th Deptty. 1118." .6 Rur and the. Slurp Mon Tl> -l&>-7 Mr Notei vice preltlent.iN/ Nutuma coins( in circulation:, ,I'm i lit L' tin '.,'ll1'"
tlain, I: ::: -10-11 AI.,. Tkal bar Wed. 'rl. 10'II Comb.lM
lift ii MiOO ). 'rople 111. : Cump..r ,, Bank Sluurt said thai Horidj" those! banks
Moralaf(8am d n 11,00-1: 1,7, in. II Maw Th",.. | 1 Bin .Rh ". "fI'nll.o.1I Pre- pigg) md i pp"| "
( u Monday *..**.1> 10-11 :ri 4 "Mo' vie. Alan\ and Blrlpr.Poror.r" t II:IOO-H +op. J In Inona I. commercial bunks arc making e\. jars hack m circulation 1 oIl II h.
: :: : : .
11,20-P ( : l'-t\ .. 01 Par"0.p11..13
1.30-/ D,.. GkMrlonikfft" vrmtHfil ,ono
/ -10 Spao .. oarMMial.atari 7 Movie. lnnoo.nl Auaa.ln I With Taw1i71LOlrl / effort to meet t h local. lius
Ciploiw ( 1000-4 Danny Kay Show TNA. I .S"."( Navr ery properly e doing your :nv ,'",]",

'too. "...,.... "nl.n"*>. Portrait Pt I of J.."..* t..' Dirk KlerMtk>' .lr"-.t.. I .iM-* Oookln Afternoon* With ".. 11.111110.1.IIl/p-7 Oth.r..Wendl"AI C""nn." tPetwor 1 11--"/ M Mp Curt-BMsw.Ns I ,. 'Lq,.&M5t.5L, ... '.= Ih.W ON ,BertllI coin requirement of businessmen, my a real ServICC-

i IU 30 10 A WlMr WorMAII.IIIUO II 77 boon Si(rip (Sam a. Meade ....ntf, I1ul0-A' Mov. ikt:'rod"0 f.7 Lot'. M.b/s 11..1 Color. I If ) The growing popularity: of coin': -
lliOO-4-4-7-1. III..... Weather. Spa IIII-a Movie. Mrtonnell UtorjI ." / Mont.. A.Sd"I'ItI 1!IfI'.I' N... .4 tr: collecting j M a hobby and the increasing :
(!*.. .. Monday Mtt til ( II N....-Bill'") Sh.del, too. 10 Movie. "Rhapiody ,In ni.i. ." M DepartmentsIn
l it in 6 Movie. "r".morrow Uw W......", Illll-. Movie' The Whnliif, Te.n I lI.,Y ml ona.atohorn .toe6. d;;; ... ew use of coin' V j
l oo 10 Movlr. M"lly( and M." II130-1.7 Tonlnht/ with Johnny 4i -1 Menlo. "Th. Wild) On*" 4 b tsmp.t In Court 61 8M1 I TPlxnhan ouyI chino have added to the frenJ;
I (IU I Mon).. I.. .for Broke" Camon (ColonID 7 Movl. Our Ml.. llronk.. "'r 1 1.7 .
M. vie. "Old M.n find Ih, 8a' MrIty.hIron. Cur'.ln"' lull-/ Mint of tk. laneaJLU 1,50-P: W7wedl,. 811 u11. :".. W "'_'. Niw. I I 10.10 J iml/' I ItMIIId01 overburdened/ facilities of the U City Get
1 o1-I You Hear IIIII-U .wn We.lt.-. Bporu
05" 11.0-d ath.rnto I 1119To T.II Ilia Tn. S Mint
n 4S-4 PkotorrapkyEveahlf 5. ;TR.htwaw* Ken)* ISutor; o.nd 4.0BIM, Na J 1.T L..U. Yon?
4:05: -11 Merl.THURSnnY'. 1:1: Mir .. "'.* .. Hoort.Evenla - 10.11 Oon.r" ROIpllal.iM. I 10'011 1No. .Wenrhef. Iwwrt.It Although new mini facilities
-- 11.51 4 Mo... P.nu of Pin". High PraisePats
- SUNDAY N.o are on the hoard the
n 00-..I N. .. Vrtl. Waaltlef f:00-4-t New' Bporl. WotthoiI Rd: .. nf Nrlh' Ittw-0 T Tonltbt Mtn JoItnn COO'I
]In Movl/ ..1....., Patrol( New.. West).. JUNE SIi30 You Pon', ( ,I .... supply of coinn u inndcquatc to
rut. It'' F.
o (10t\ eol""ont-Art draw JUNE ISMornlnf 10 Movk, Tho Window" lO.n Q..n i inny ( y* meet the needs of commerce and on (the hack: _,01111\' 111, II
o.IfV- 7 'HO-II Commit ,01-.1 a..rot $lerm "
H"ntAd..ntuNJ" ltl_7 .*. Hunt I2ii MII.i'Jnurn.New the problem n becoming increasingly of three ells dcp.IOI""I', ,, ,!
I )hewn. Went her. 'SportiU Mornln, I It:nub.y Choir: MO40S ." "' \
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( N.w.. Clab acute, aid Irons. "A large evening!
12 Threa 8t 10.181 )
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1:30 I 7325: -4 1 No Weathm** -4 Summer 8me.ler. "ModerCotnpanUv .iM -. Nat of Ih* Port 1 ioa ii ft**, gad *..ihr 4t -d M".I.. "101.. Bnnntmn.l.' - - r.Priors: of the problem is the spccu City M in,I.IT; 1 11, ,. ( i/11",1", ,Ira ,

1 IuleY!', .llrlnkl.r' ....... .. from IMIU t Hunllex.Uriaklir. H.port 6::00C.l1Aton.o..IIJ.Farm Almaaa 6 Mob," Moan r., U.1,1, WEDNESDAY dealers, and collectors l Mh Idler( from Slut; n) ( "dll, I I, n
f DO-4 Mtivl" *. "rll Nev.r Force You"I 10 Tk* Mani T Tokyo '
1 i0< uarfoot .Movie. "1Na" Pt IAfternoon 7 Cartoon .Ir.-.t'1. ; ; would become more active if efforts commending \\ ill, ,. I
I 1.:' Mill" 1.If. on th* (old Ooeal I 11 Nllbl. Ufa of tit* Gold Caaali4V II N.w. U-ll_ .. IraltaMlw JUNE t4 ill.i \'lIhl' ]
n 45 i N.w. Wilier( Crook) ,. 4 A.w.-wutr. vroatno TiOft. -IH Corned Tim .M t NMI to increase t h e monetary superintendent ol park| PI1 I h
7 New Ilinlley: BrlnkUy (Ham. rMondN7 r.rot) 1-7 Naw_UantUir" Brinklo/ l*>lt AmlMrn 1'1...._
i30 4 ( value of
Ciitoon-o.vlll silver
H.I! "w, 10 New llOO-r SUI>O.m.. MwnlntSo to JI .45 per ounces job he and his N..n i I ,inuttec ,It'1' ,"In 1

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M"irblel errv II"..nriM I't, 00-"4 Hob Hope UuliiUn Fur.ck I 11 Sunrl.e Th...... l.OsIARC II till I Tim >-t 'l0,04t ''.... ib..Ntrotl $1 129, Crowder aiKkil.. I1.." '.,' ,, 11,1 ,
,".le. "Kin* IlirhurJ(. and th. 1:00Norte, True Story of Je.. *** .,tOO-. ilMIWI' .ravorlfeea New. I Movl.. "I'd PHrnk th* NlpkrA1oam t "
Moaarnw Thntr. "Odd OofTk 1 .k Friend 'The American lion that
....1"0" Jnnw Man Moo).. The Marauder.*' y and HI. .In" Bunkers Association lo of the cl ill ] ieil p" .I

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I n* 1:49: -. kmfcauy I r.v.I.rEv.nlni 10 00'1'.1 C..nIi .lOiMlu A Wi"r
r 7 1'h. Vlrilnm," trilorl ) ". -7 tnlornarlonal. Showtlm Monlnp "I.ho"o. (.....IOi'Oo4.1 Association hive strongly urged water department, ,md I I' >1,1, \I

10.1! Adv.itura. ul UIr4. rd tt3o u.ll tiMtr ':OS-II Hill Murk .' N.o West").. BponosT that the production of silver dol- ers and nil. strn.Jiirin! |' ( ,I
4 ll It6t
0N.0rr-"'" iOO-4.1 N.w.' Woalbot' Upon t ..30- Cliriin, boy MY.s. W..lllr .... M M"nd.7 new
1 'Y.'. 7 ';:: W.hwIn Hob Hop: ,.* 7 Clreui buy 10 M.nl.II./ .. "RIN Rhn' UllS-I Movie. Pour P.H. WntIl0 Inns be cut Their use i is limited 10 rated praise I tar I ihc vt ",

.JJ, I'olty ", "k. "how : .. 'The Ettnp"OlOI5 ) ',ID-12 00-10 Burke'PlBht of I.w the Week 10 PAR.Am.rl..n. 1 ro.t..* Not,. >-10 Movie. Mnther In I '....h. 10 only a few areas of the country performed their Urtk, in .''em, 1] ,dand
':301 CommiilBtanunt .
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,' till, ViJO-4 Twilllidt ZouaTw 11 Victory Haptl.t Ckapal CommitB.1110 p1All'4i15'd and other denominations particularly foi tin I Sin.
'" 1'1" I... "" r, 11".1.'.. 9,00-1 Tub I. the. LI/ NrivHl '. Wrth'e. 0pnrteI Imlth" are \?"''.l
11..10. "Whl.parln.
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10 Pan Amerlenn ( 1 .fcw., Patel .Ml-t ihporophpEvotan. coins should he the and
6 HunU.-H'n.le' ( Report 10:00: .-4 Alfred Hltchioek Ln".. IlithlhouM dt 1-1 Wuthm same as the lIntIUlh",1I" lI'I'' ]

GA t New.. WeathM .. t111\'* ..H4-f" Th. lawn If..rt of. first' issuance of each design to with the /ictinl i Iepalin'| 'I' ,I'',.
II Nluht l.lf. of tha Gold Coa., if th* Work10I
.. I 1 atiq-Hdnklp .IBOr44 N.w, BOOrt.. .tit.
.30hUh *
for Tud.y' Repent i and lone ,..
collectors damaged itcr
discourage "
I'onralt speculators ii \.I 111.
I.4H-4 N.-W.I. Crook f Th. ('hrl.to.h., .. 7 N:wi, 7 New and ;ntMr "Ill',
t.7 N.w.-Huntlw. Brlnkly '., hn..P'O'ts.IO I Hori.on. of FaithIt .U NleekLlf.1)Wrth.r n silo OJd Cos. 10 Movie, nt Rln l Hlo"d on Ihr I Mm"." from taking large amounts of ,irt.

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1 C.)) th* Dour .00-.1.. IY III. Bport I II Comeilr Tim. l*'-Mw -Huptlw.It UeinkkM. -f lea: Runt year."Prlvllie
7 Mr Novak 11 1 N. M !. Curless facilities should he used
II 71,16Mont."" 'Mirdl"" Crai" |4B-4 Th. Living, Word w> Bun 10 ttw, Wthr Sport.

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>>YOU* IV KTMIUS >-7 Battlallna 10 Movie. Iwrlve 1 Anirry Men t Filth For Today 1 Rlnrarifli B Mn.tlyBAnklrp' ReportID government( facilities until newmints
10-11 Th. Mlntatono (Color) IrqIt Nliht.nteh-VYrlety j ,
7 Klill Btn.ll Vole* I'lUBlnir' Ihtndrt30.4 Sucarfool are in operation and the I I
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100-4 H. bid. II) Jrotemunt Worahlp Hour To Toll th. Truth II I..lnlr P".4.
OOSIft 1 Th. Texan- TU-RDA-Y-i 10.3O. 4 Look Up nod UBlir .. >\.7 Movie. "(Indrrw.t.r. W.Anr", |,44V '1 NN.-F.lur Cronklta practice of producing coins. for J
7 0". Rtep Beyond S A Pletur. 10.1J Out.r Limit. S-7 W.Wi-Hunt I ley. Brink lay foreign governments should be
10-'II Donna Heed JUNE 20 7 ,.....1 Slob' I.00--4 Vim Oil HMIIMl ThoukJDirMyry YIonndu{ .r.* .
.>30-i-T Ilr. Kllilar 10 Hllil Tilk, .-4 Vucnll IM.yh.n.e greatly reduced Private commercial
THtCTAnOMS 10.11 My Three Son .Momlnf8MB 11 Pet Smllh( 10 II Wuoil Trill. ILUIW 1 ....,.. Helen "of" Ti..y" facilities are adequate for I .r+
0100I'n', MOnet -4 Soon Ikmrter, 'Modern.
1 1 IOO-4 Cimeri 1Mo.I. ':00-4 Danny Th.mr It IDA
10 Slump the Htari .(;iHMrMlo* Drama from IDO H .. lulro Roiil. '|JM-4 Andy. c.ltIItJtIG ; T:30CBB Report nth coinage il ,
II Fn.lvn OTool Mil-10 Arme.l roree* Ihnt I.7? H llv id I th. It E 7 Til. Vlrili.lantO i
7 1M., P. o< it* Finally; concluded Irons. 'it
,. 8 oft 10 II New : rityI .
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.1 12 Jltnmv l.an Show T,00-4 1'lirUKiii-o-vm.. 11 Pint B.ptl.t Chunk I.7 Mltrh, Mlllir SlOO. 10.II Patty Duka Show i. urged that the public co.
10'00-4 Th* Nu..... I H"| alum Caialily II 1 130-4 Wim.n Trull., 10.11 llmklnit Point /,9-4 Soopes'e
11aMall'/t wt. t.7 f'.'" Como (alt> 7 7'. CH... 5 Movie, Mnn' of lonfllnt" 10'in-4 Droidwir (lor. L.tla 10.II 'I'h. Farmer n.u htr"
&., M,...., Ih.alra. (alt ) 10 lartoin' Carnival 7 Hi-.le. of Jnnllr.I7 J II..I..U News. Wrtber. .,_4 nverly ilillbllllo.f '
10.II Ml Adtim (tilt.) III N... III... fir Shut In. rloprt ..7 Th.' fI"IIIt, \\FIWS1UY: ( (continued)
10.12 Rid C..... (Alt.I 7.09-19. Comedy Tim* II.,. I
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IO:1O-" It Tup. In Sport .._10 Armed ron-el an r....*" Uoll.nd 10 Mivl. Hol.l) Hi-rlln .i30-4 Dlk Van Cob.I I.OO-4-6-7-10 1'1'' ... Wathr, Bport.
II 1'.t.r II torn1L00.6.7.10 T,i30-l Aurleultiiral, lUport II gtxrllrht The.tr. I| .10.II Our Man. HI"Mln.10f. 11> N.w*-Bill Phad.l I
<<..", W..thor. Bporte 7 Fun Club Afternoea ,I JiSO-I Monk Daer flop. bow 1tZS4, Movie. '.'lttrly', ,
II New 10 Lone H.n... 12100, 4 Bold Journey t.0. -10 Mpunlih( "New* .-t ;I? .; II'r, II Ii30' -H-7 fonluhl mIlk
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10 Iroject III -----
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Fire"Installing U 10 Nnrnlni giaarfoot' Flayhou 12130-5 Pei:'|>I* of th. Book TUESDAY r ..- .I ? WHAT

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TV set miles the Tt Snaplol Derby Han. rr.nrl.eo GlHllt .... 1l I,10-10 Mallr Turn.' I ( n ing will not help when you
ing your nearer 10 H.ujo' Hilly Lad. Cardlnil. 'BO-10 Homem.h.n P... I
station. You'll see sharper clearer .12 M irnlnt fUyhon 7 N Y. YmikMi ... ('hl.e.n Whit .lOOMovie. ",". M"...,1 I) h I r. .ire nnible to nuctoui\ asponsihilities -
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pictures all '"SoBu..m.
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I StMMER SESSION T T MIL SllKI lt.rl.liil NfWS rhurMlay' June' III. 164C
5 e -n. e Ma .I( !: : :_ .
Sandra (Gray Kindred Jaugh/
tj-r i1 Mr. and Mrs (harle Km ..a dh
dri-d. Stuart. i is among I7f> student
unending the summer quarter 41 I
Tift College, J forsyth. Ga h


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tr Every Friday 5 p.m.
For Summertime ; w 7-DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160

a' } a q11 rh ((1ncludes SHIP AS YOUR HOTEL..AND ALL MEALS)

Reality, Visit avs


Powder Puff i 0f, I I LUXURY STEAMSHIP
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Beginning June 1st \\t Hill I I ( cabin with private bathroom facUitjTAMAICA)


the.. Summer.. Months I

Next to PiMtoffice AT 7-4983 I ]

7 I.m. 8:30 p,m. I

(Ocho Rios& Kingston)
with a full day In NASSAU en rotiti.
Sailing ivery other Friday, 5 pat

Home Loan Talksby (Alternate Fridays.. Cruise to

don herold

a M tie 4, Jtr 1
s .
Well its f !

J bn, I ..... ,,,... .. .... .. e e_
ouLr first J. ............... iEM <.r. .,im- dlWhlt.,..t\+rh.ilrwaa 9 Wii.mriLI a 0-

weup bftaJ homy vt' TWO HOI.DING! flags in center are Mrs B Pearl Tracy. treasurer ol the local I 12 .it the annual convention pi 'IIlfld VI\\\ and Auxiliaries .H Cocoa Beach ,
maraca out own I VFW AUlliardnd Mrs Gladys H. Almcgord oI"IloIntplanit of District No '. the I convention marked; \ the fiftieth anmversurt ol the( loundmg ul thi Aulh.lf\
ly nt ; I, as they joined others man impressive presentation ol flags and banners on June a'u1' +,ir ll N

Ceremonies Marked Fiftieth Anniversary of Auxiliary...OrganiingV.EW.

: : Units and Auxiliaries Convened at Cocoa

The Veterans of Foreign War. assistant pianist of District No 3. I von. the presentation of the (lags tastes were present as well as high beiieh hut heclI\ unit swimming in I I
First Federal USA. and Auxiliaries ot the DCpurtment I The Auxiliaries convened! atSehrafft I I and banners of the various Auiliaries \. Ificnils I boat Cope Kennedy the iKian: I All rst-class..modem swimming lool...entertainmentprogram.
I ..fine food end service. No vaccination
of Florida held their I ,m pass
Carriage House, and the rrOI'hle1111,1 honors were pre
and ol A long and colorful puriute with
was an interesting I tort required for US Canadlai{
\ or 200) .
thirty fourth annual convention at V f.W. men at the RunmJa Inn. uiul ttthoolstudents U.
Hinted lo gal boy high !
The Auxiliary Army Navy Marine. el Air
likes Cocoa Beach from Thursday, June This orful eeremony to iI n'' baggage allowance
to bring convention was a special
wrote price winning
II, through Sunday June 14. I ..flair for the women marking 1 each (post in Florida was called by) I marching Force bawls veterans interspersed units: with with'some the essays on AmericanismNewlyeleitid ( Wrta hr ma? whr tnctef.. Npt W )'".
Representing the Auxiliary In the fiftieth anniversary of the number and those which had representatives I .
homes and : Post''t 4194, VFW of Stuart t. were toinding of the Women Auxiliary lo present their colors I military equipment, somejunior district oltleeri presidents. lie Joni TUYt1.ACDI1'pIlIr.MeN.01.cK
units and occasional clown and were installed
: un department
the Mrs B .
treasurer Pearl Trac\ ) organization were given special honors.Many
and !Mrs Cildtlvs H. added to the Saturday uflcrniKinaclivitiis I EASTERN STMMSNIP'UNESleast --. ...
Almegonl At the June 12 afternoon sea national and stile digni
On Saturday evening nthusiasm I was high a* nil posts' \ .
people togetherThe i more than MK( ) enjoyed .i banquet were urged In promote American v.. "tOI, psis t, r S. t. tnJ -_.. WIllI ,
i MIWVOMN.CHKA .Y. | Mm 0.5400'
= i : ul the Kanmeli Tnn which wqs ism ( wit !Defense. activities u n d I m tIIOO4t oj 11.a Irttorr wa0rtl I'I-1OIoeII M-WUial
eo a N.
= = L I \I |
f M't followed by, a dregs hall High. j I I all vcternn's projects in catch lo'

folks nt First Federal Sav k, r t I lights _of.. friiln evening; Were M'' CHlr11 ._._ -_. --. ----
legs ul Vero< Reach enjoy their : ; g gi
cork because every diy they help
families acquire homes i

They lend money to people to r

huild or buy homes, with .1 i com I CHEVROLET
forlible monthly repayment plan

Each month you pitY off a little

in principal and current interest .

In ill a i few yours years-free presto and clear your! homes makes all types of quality trucks'

A First Federal (of Vero Beach)

home loan i it not a brittle unbending -

thing First Fe.leraliII give
sympathetic understanding" if

vour circumstances change through ,Y r rp

the >cirs.

TheyIiII permit you to make
y""Yrr Ylt+m" r f
I.irger th,in-usual payments on your s
(loan ill any time, which will enable

you to save greatly on toad interest AT

costs over the yean .<<

They can later, perhaps, lend ('OM\lE:\('EMEN"F: exercises at Stuart Training School found this group on the speaker plat
you more on the same mortgage form. from left to right arc Thorn L Crook superintendent of Martin County Schools, the Ki.M .\
home. (< Miles. acting dean of men lit Florida A & M University and principal speaker; .the Rev I
lo enlarge or improve your
W Willum. who give the invocation. and Ernest Edwards, principal of STS.

pimp .... ... hiwiroJ up to (I*.MMkr I
.. Hi. FtoWiJ. k"1.... .*.: Loox luur.e who haa potential buyer RevA I A bowling alley scorckccnci'
Umm* Corporation..".. pnir <.Von.uDI piar..alit 4 .M M _IP>* Planning Board T Stone of Fort Pierce who I automatically posts scores on in
mount at any Urn. wishes to establish the mortuary overhead board and prints each
(Copyrighted 1964)) i Green Light on there .I bowler', individual. score on pipci '
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COMFORTABLE WANTA Funeral Barring objections Parlor at a publichearing. : Paying Too Much / r 1 1 /r/ d

MORTGAGE? Little Dixie will get its
funeral establishment :1 STO P for Ii
I rr 111 1 air r
If ,au .. <. a martian .ban t.. At a special meeting of City
:a'' '...Mss Fir "p F Imam': :' Yw.lwr .limo: Commission on Thursday June Home Insurance
.Va..ialrra.a es nw.M.t.aaauw.a ii al 'Mmw.14. .abi W 4.oo I read II 1 J, City a letter Manager from Joe the Planning Crowder I I

Advisory Board! which recommended ,
Phone: Vero Beach 562-2373 the from R 2
rezoning -
to C-I I of lots I II I and 12 block
3. D.W.C. Ruffs Little Dixie Ad $8,000 Home $10,000 t Home
i! tion{ The commission promptly
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS $3,200 Content $4,000 Contend
passed: a motion instructing City
SNOB Rent Exp $1,000 Rental
Attorney T T
Oughterson lo
fe LOAN the $%5.000 Liability $%5OOG Liability '
prepare necessary motion fora CHEVROLET
ASSOCIATIONOF public\ hearing on the proposal.Application $500 Medical $500 McdU.ul
for t h e rezoning $250 P.D. $250 PD.
was made $50 Claw $50 CU ;:
by Taylor ,

2045 14lh Are. Dial! 562-2373 _
Vero Beach: Florida ProfessionalHearing Premiums Are Outside City Limits I _

Free Parking on 15th" AYe... Aid Service .

HOURS 9 to 3 daily except Wednesday MY A. BYRNE, No Charge For Liability On Check the T-N- T truck deal now at your Chevrolet dealer's
9 to 12 Open I to 7 Friday Certified Hearing Aid -- -
Boats and Motors -
Ttalo(. Closed All Day A.dlolopt .t .123&
Swimming Pools i
Saturday. Specialists in Quality Hearing
"Wker CMloaen Seed n.FrleJadl" Aids, Batteries, Ear Mold and

.1.7 Atlantic AM, Ft Pierce

. . (Oppmtt .Si Lade Beak) 287-3262 Krueger Bldg. Stuart
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JIlt 1 Stuart &hipdjBeauty, :; I : rr

lift RSI) \V, JUNE 18.

Published every Thursday at III II to Some

Stuart Mania County, ,
Entered u second-class mail matter at post j
'Mess'to Others
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AUDIT BUREAU OF who appeared before the school t'yyE
recently to ask that the pond at Stuart
GORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ; High School be saved

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County : SEE aesthetic/ beauty in the bul 4

$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin pl.lceIIhere red-winged black x l

Anywhere else! in U.S.A., $5.00 per and water lilies bloom. There is 1 'et"h

Six: months $2.75, three type of mind, probably in the majority

= Foreign and Canadian rates on the pond is a "messy" and objec '

spot, more properly filled InII ith dirt ,

off for parking cars or other : etia
Tourists Better Like 'Em, Too purposes

I this orphan pond in the heart

as I do a hundred more out in the
I ; Florida Fishing Spot
!, and it seems to me that it has
educational values This is the sort

Finny Attractions where a child can sit and wonder

rainbow shimmer in dragonfly wings .

a snail's shell curls There was a day.
So far i as fishermen! are concerned there pound far past, when a youngster could catch

cannot be too much of a good th'ng all they fish-certainly a marvelous experience: % M Apy 94
For well over half a century the St. I.ucic asbord of I school pond. n + OWN J vet

River has drawn anglers from all parts of the juicy /'

nation because of the excellence of its tarpon, The
POND used to be a real pond full
snook and sea trout fishing gels : bass and
\ bug-popping bluegills
But the local fishing fraternity has not A couple ,
Like "the man who has down upon hard times in recent yea"
been entirely happy.
the water levels have been lowered
ever),thing," there was a haunting suspicion S500 with incessant drainage of mankind it has GOll A RF-VL PLEASURE! under these; conditions a a game with a keen opponent or lose it it he'll little too keen

that something had been overlooked. Loudlyas seine the periodic fate of going dry beautiful summer Uav the picturesque Martin County Golf and The eighteen-hole course is in issci I to ,ill ot Martin Counts
we proclaimed that there were 600( species Fresh Country Club course well-kept greens, and the chance to win
in local waters" which took in everything from couple of
flying fish to gobies something was most evidently tank SUCCESSIVE droughts wiped. out

missing They and bream but since one of my duties ly deserve polite respect when they ..1

The Northern anglers who came down to ing, is to keep an eye on all ponds even are performing their duties Ambler Thanks
with snook and sea trout selves. like this, I noted that the top min LET'S LAUGH
tangle our tarpon This no doubt, knows
bragged mightily\ about a critter called the of a new gold-specks and the round minnows how to be successful materially Donors to City
bass that the Atlantic seaboard that made to survive. ,
striped ranges I but somewhere along the line they
from Cape Cod to the Carolinas and is even small either have neglected to learn or A man at a drive-m movie Task
found in a couple: of Florida rivers, the St. LAST YEAR when the drought was have forgotten the basic rules of beside ,; Landscape
car d
parked a containing
Johns on the East Coast and the Appalachicola that. its climax and only a few puddles common courtesy and politeness. woman and a beautiful col I

on the upper West Coast They with minnows remained, I sneaked The opinions expressed are thoseof When the matter was finally re young lie, The man noticed that the doj;I Letters of appreciation h a v .o
They waxed poetic about the fighting\ qual- goes afternoon ith a dip-net and retrieved the writers If desired, letter solved with a unanimous vole by laughed in all the right placet| been sent to contributors to the
ities of this fish that is caught in the surf of It has of hundred minnows of various are printed above:: a non de plume the city commis.\ionen. the flower throughout, the 'movie, a t four-laning landscaping! project
but never without The News knowing to whom the favors lit ;, now under way on median strips
Hatteras and in the mighty\ Chesapeake Bay ing t : I grower many comedy Unable I to contain
the name of the writer. Letters have been granted turned and began astonishment, the man leaned oul st I in the city
They bragged. "Snook are all right one bass any in filed W ,
sent anonymously are E Ambler superintendent
making very derogatory remarks the window and called to the
said "but wait until you've hung into a thirtyflunlan tarpon, a OBJECT was to perpetuate the living car '
la the waste basket-Tbe Editor. to me. Even in the hall asI woman: oStuarts Department of Parks,
of the pond As with
everything I was leaving the building he continued how wrote donors:
"Its i astounding your doj I
Stuart I found that 1 had "
gone with his slurring remarks. is enjoying the movie. He understands I It 11 with t pleasure that we
A number of eyes had register SVVS GROH.RSl.RE In the street I acknowledge your dona-
RUDE '10 HER as was driving away every bit of it, apparently'To generous
Deaths Are 'Incidental mucky job. "What were .you doing! he yelled at me with impolite and ,which, the young womanreplied ,I lion for the beautification of Highway -
the !school pond yesterday? Bill Todt Editor Stuart News: crude remarks. It seems that some : /'nl I a hit surprised myself No I through the City at
me the following afternoon. Chuck 1 wish to thank publicly the city people don't know when to be He disliked the book intensely Stuart i 1
I accused me of catching live bait a manager and the city commission grateful. !" 'Your civic cooperation in this
The Poisoners of which 1 have been gUilty-at other ers for their polite and gentlemanly Yours very truly project will help mean the differ- I
conduct in trying to do hatWI' Elsie S. Brannan "Some of the world's best got I r, ence between having a ribbon of
My wife, of a more practical turn of
right m resolving the ; concrete and well
legally a landscaped
made with lead
Contaminate scores! are pencils"
advised me to burn the muck-smirchej
the flower highway through Stuart.
concerning \MltRE WERE: FLAGS -S>kcsville (Pa) Post Dis are
pants I had been wearing farm in the residential area within patch. sure youII ill agree our beautifi-
the city limits in spite of the OR CIIILDRFN: cation project will not only be ap-
Deadly toxic pesticides, which can be ter Any ONE GAVE me any credit for my far- opposition that was" uncalled for ON: FLAG D\>'? Dad: Son one more bite like. predated by our local citizens,, but
bought\ over the counter: by illiterates who cannot There and noble objective I put the minnows and unnecessary! Editor Stuart News: that and you leave the table" business houses will also profit by
even read the directions on the labels, are i fish kill epidemic'w big aerated tanks in my garage I fed A special meeting took place on This is written Son: "One more bite like that t our efforts, and it is our sincere
told all over America by the "pnccj aquarium f-gauss| | for three Thursday afternoon June II. at on 'Flag Day"and and I'JI.be jinished-TM Bee, hope the City of Stuart will he
I* paraphrase an old! it
: Last week a two-year-od) child died al t i t or weed- then switched to cru hed-up shrimp the city hall.Without sang Bushncll, 111 long remembered by all tourists
seems appropriate to say: "Yes,
knowing all the facts through
Delray Beach from poisoning incurred when 1 This, last, to bread crumbs They thrived we have no flags today" passing creating a desire
be and a four-yearold girl played with a 1 concerning the special permiionsaranted Fate often puts all the material ti return and perhaps become
said to of it, although I will not say that they in the past to the flower June 14 was designated as the for and into, citizens
household spray gun containing parathion. from They ate their fast date on which our national happiness prosperity
progeny as grower within the city limits and flag a mans hands just to see how miserable "If our efforts to complete the
In May, also! al Delray Beach a twentythreeyearold It arrived. in an area zoned residential a was born in 1777 As Americans he can nuke himself with highway beautification project are

: farm laborer was stricken and allowing/ very noisy and unruly group tried we are supposed to hold respect them.-The Brand San Angelo, to become a reality before the
died white spraying a grove with parathion. retail to LAST the school pond was bone dry. to take over the meeting and ,impose and love of our flag in our hearts. Tex next tourist t season it will take the

Agricultural users of various pesticide labels on ( there had been water and ooze there their opinions and views Not !so long ago children were initiative of every citizen to help
and the chemical companies which manufacturethem would caked cracked surface upon which This group was composed of eager to possess a small flag to QUOTABLE QUOTES regardless of how small this may
are always quick to say that it is not the stuff. But walk. Every minnow of the long the flower growers" of Martin County wave on June 14 There appeared be and for this reason! alone may
use, but the misuse! of the deadly hydrocarbon Some with the exception of a cou to be a dearth of such small The genius of the American (pO- we depend on you to promote as I
that had
been there had
derivatives which is to blame for human fatalities minnows ex ple of the more prominent flower flags ahead of this, the 187th anniversary litical) system is that it limits all much interest t as possible towardour
that kills growers and they were loud demanding of the Star Spanned power-including the power of the efforts among your many
out more
They point aspirin the and very discourteous Banner majority. Absolute power ,whetherIn friends, and thus give us the en
children than parathion and that common table quantities THEN the rams came again and the to the city manager and the city A diligent search in 5 and 10 a king a President a legislative couragcment need to completethe
salt is a poison if enough' is swallowed. I ism-but full. Like Noah replenishing the commissioners! The City Commission cent stores, supermarkets drugstores majority a popular majority is job at hand"
Be that as it may, and counting the human doing us I took the denizens of my aquariums was accused of not knowing and in other smaller retail alien to the American idea Walter Modern;; -
man is who drivesa
deaths as incidental to almost any modern !such them in the school pond to in what they were doing and making establishments here failed to spot Lippmann mortgaged cur one bond lin i-
i instrument of progress (the automobile racked citrus and to multiply. rules to suit themselves as they any small flags for children. The A constant smirk upon the face a n c e d highway over on credit-card a
up a toll of 43,600 deaths in 1963)), the whole went along These accusations were flag has apparently become passe and a whiffling activity of the gis.-Copper Cogs Miami, An*.
sale contamination of water supplies by pesticides loudly and boisterously applaud. and children should
thion and I DID must t have been resented Grownups body, are strong indications of .
and other waste chemicals is a matterof mosquitoes which. would have had a ed by the group of flower growers take some steps to keep our flagas futility. Whoever is m a hurry. Neighbors ought to swap kids
growing, concern to the nation. Our rivers As the otherwise I can see my little friends and their friends present. a symbol May I next year see shows that the thing he is aboutis Everybody knows what ought to
are being poisoned. become The city commissioners are some change i in this regard. too big for him Lord Chester he done with everyone else's,
The Mississippi, Father of Waters is nowa oysters ,again up mosquito took possession larvae of right their and former left elected by the people and certain Francis A. Adams field. Scuttlebutt. Skokie, Ill

question __.. __
river of death. Agricultural pesticides, par No pond with minnows in it ever breeds --- -- --- -- d
ticularly endrm are blamed in an exhaustive your pOt' a Y 1'ta'
+ t "i Y ( Y ,
survey carried out by the U.S. Public Health that will r '\ ';: ,-I .

Service. The run-off from thousands of tribu Of / are two ways of thinking about
tary creeks carries with it into the main streama to the :,
as this. One is that it was a ridicu
gradual build-up of pesticides so deadly that 'wastes, the of time to salvage the minnow tribe ,, i,

only a few parts per million destroy aquatic Only it a boost! into the precarious future. ,,::1
life. We are poisoning, the riven now; will it milk is .
a responsibility to keep an eye peeled '. t .,
be ourselves ? the I(
next that droughts On the other hand I 1 \, ';..,.: '
How many riven are being poisoned by Mi- personal satisfaction from the act. .i'
!such practices to be a matter of bland matter '
should do
ever so often something : :
unconcern to the poisoners. They continue: increased \ 't make loo much sense just be r ;,. t' ,, ,,,...,,, .
to manufacture and tell the stuff "''J. H :
in vast quantities nature to pleases him f. -: ,
and will do so, whatever the effect it there is in : ., YTg '11'oJ" I
has on our environment until the federal of our {
I have been doing better things! A zr '. \'' '
government clamps down-the sooner the bet two heads ,fir ,
It Just happens that I like ponds and 1 .i i\ t.:
I of minnows I also like dragonflies, y JM 4 ., pf J ; >

I spiders, red-winged blackbirds water .5. : -'" : .1".;

: I AAA Says Tollpox Epidemic : all and the flying strange things critters that and are bugs attracted and '4.rj ." ..(;"; 'i{. :

As Toll Facilities Expanded, > j,' M' "e'R ar w ': y '-6.-,

doesn't !seem right to me to fill + ;

"Florida is in danger of being swept by from $63 only to get more parking space or to sI
aD epidemic," says the American Automobile extend the kids from falling in, (their ankles d

Association! "Toll pox is the name of the ; wet)""because! we need more room
tlisca.se. : .

"From one end of the state to the other Waldron
the virus has erupted. And the disease bears biggest ALONG with the Garden Club
every evidence of spreading its infection at istration ., that the pond is "ncreati: ,) just

least until the end of 1964. "More there, admittedly a minority view..

"Once infection is established, recovery available
THE view of the herons and egrets
and \\
takes years, consumes financial energy
needlessly audit and in occasionally to poke around for
of of the spotted frogs and the occa-
"The worst outbreak of the percent
pox game came
snake that chases them and the
,when, Florida\ State Turnpike Authority inflated "In its that "winter: overfor a spill in
,seven new
T .. water
r liIII. """ ; and ,"" \

The Stuart News will furnish photo prints by the
RS is probably a losing fight. But I ..
of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture z"t.
'taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 "Not for bone time Mrs Clyde Cou.- ;
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional when. an official of the school
her if !she had not noticed the -
a print*,,ordered from the same negative at the ities 7 ,
same time; larger sues by special quotation tires, old newspapers and other junk f t..... "":' ;
the thoughtless in the school pond. ... .. ..... :.. .. :: 1'-; : .
Stuart New> employed! will not take photo million!" l 'h ;'t. iY' ; t .
graphs except for the news and advertising : ponds are places to throw things. )(3. :' ., ;t. ..' "*-.'." 1 "r' '" .' ", :.
column of The Stuart New. f
T' "
of I look at it," she replied, "I see Ij I




It is believed! that ?no<> (000)<><> 111111 IIIOMVs 1'11II8Rlf'K IS Martin County Will Be Inspected on July 6-7 _1111-_'. nR I .1 iOflJlI'' ';fW. nlllray.,,.--------5.r.June 18, 1964 5-C

years ago the land masses on Ih, UltBKOOK C.K.XI)'

Eastern and Western Hemi"phcn" Ihniii.' H ""IIIII'lick( x s"not Minl ,

were connected Mi"- I K,,,c,,e H I'h,IhritIIIOMVS tit\ Aedes Aegypti Eradication Drive Is Set J '0u

For Beauty er '
I 1 he U. S. Public Health Service 9 i tF 2 l1i

I "is launching a campaign({ t0
eradicate the Acdes Aeg>pu mosquito
in Florida as part of a nationwide ,
campaign, Si ,
i t,,
apI this I particular species of mosquito s .1.
i II
I can carry yellow fever but
first must bite, someone who has
.it m order to transmit it r I
I 1 All county sanitarians and mosquito 1' ,

control agencies are beingi > tp i is

i I asked nation t to program co-operate in the cradi-! ,, Z'O a. ra asiC d4aa

Public Health Service teams will ,

| search St. 1.ucic. Indian River and I fJ
Martin Counties next month, it ,
announced Tentative dates < .
was t
I for the Martin Count search have I r *
I been 'set as July 6.7, If this type ,

That Is You. of mosquito is discovered, a house-! -
.. j| by-house eradication program will r
ensue later in the sear. t
I I Ihis type of mosquito breeds in n. ) I

1 I inhabited areas in old tin cans,
PelicanBeauty I II. PIIII BRICKS discarded l tires or any other container
- -
I that will hold a few cups Silt Rill I' koi i iiiku IN honored 11Ihe Palm City Teen
:II ""I I ulLMUll 'Mth ,I Clash Oli of water It has been known to i lid, ,''II i ,,, i s I'.I i l,'\ "'h.,11 Hik i 'hold I a cake with hisPiuin
i iii i ," linn, iglenrook School breed in houses in such containers I
Salon 1 i'n i II i III i> i" tiiwiipircd'' te> the party by Deputy
I),'" UUI, Mis, nn FnduN June as flower vases where water I I .U llil II...". M, e 1""I" Ihi elllil
has been allowed to remain for along
1 jglchi ok, in independent( .
1 Its habits "furtive ---
Evening by Appointment period are
, :
school( lot
: boys m gradeslour
i H ling! "
and elusive. with a sneaky" approach r : 3't and
: I punting iluir current acreage
Myrtlce Clark Claire Scranton to nine is located on a Berkshire compared! to the direct! assault J Over ProductionSeen
hillside' overlooking the historic l this miv create serious surpluses
I of the salt marsh mosquito t
215 OSCEOLA AT 1-3484
the future he out He
in pointed
Deerficld Valley in western
until householders
I I It prefers to wait
\ljssachusctnHEARING are drowsy or asleep !before as ThreatTo also stressed that citrus juice beverage must
---'- biting them compete Ith every other -
r v on the market and that competition -
I A five-year state-wide control !
State Citrus
from Israel. Iran and
\ visualized In that con
AIDS I program>
I he serious contenderfor
Spam may a
nection 100 new jobs be
I open Kisn'"" woild competition andover II"rid.growers in the future.

Acoustic and Zenith are, it being was announced accepted !at Applications once( from ("" ,Inchon will, lie u serious. I F r e d! I awrencc, citriculturlstwith
threat i ilion Ia I 11'rldu'' i in us prodiic Ihe of Florida's
Service all makes of Instruments I men who know insecticide opplication ( University
on I'l75\, leaders pirlicipiilingnon
Extension Service, stud t l
according to Florida! Merit Agricultural! :
ill 0lsemi| Dare, the Umvcriih)
that I'J75 will ba
by expansion
I 5' A.\RI'-NRIA special program by System Director Gerald l. Howell of Mo.VI <1.ne", |tu>|!truni to de-I needed in chemical supplies, manpower
AcoustiionTree : I lop ,.griciilliirul lesoiuccs elfcclivih
and It ,
Inspcctor-spraymcn( licensed to machinery appears
have dccldred.Muir j
f gNi "' hearing! letln home or office: operale a motor-vehicle are needed P than :200 (lenders of the I however ih.it lorida current (proeessing -
futilities will be !
ails 1.r, Balterlev, cords, molds I for spraying mosquito and breeding dusty AcdcsAcgypti areas! ;1 taYaa a .aw.\. citrus ,11I\1 l oilier trim clops industries the implementation of adequatewith upto.dale .
DLtrlbutor look
part in u twoiliy conference .
Applicants sought, in addition to SHOWN ut Junior Woman Club Day, held rcccnth at the Woman <'lull building are seat equipmentThe ,

Hearing Aid Center being high school graduates, must ed: Mrs, Vincent \Vclp, West Palm Beach, senior District 10 director Mrs list) Cromwell president Dr HcTiium Keilhorlicullur- grapefruit( and tangerine
have two years of general biological of the Junior \\om.ms Club of Stuart Standing, Mrs Wade' I Fugide fimpu, junior vnr director M in charge/: nl the University ol' situation is apparently not In tho
class Reitz said
709 ORANGE AVENUE, fORT PIERCE 461.366a. work insecticide application ot the loiiila Federation ol Women Clubs; Mrs Fail Kicou, general chairman ol the event and Horul.i. ('it run I xperiinent SIll that same little as oranges is
or environmental health experience ( very ) change expectedto
lion .il lake Alfred. told citrusleaders
Mrs Robert Avcra, Lantana, junior district director
take in these citrus
or three years of administrative (hat hy 1971 I londu cilrus (place areas
investigative or law enforcement
prod icers may' he selling their
HAVE MORE FLORIDA FUN AT... experience: or have unsuccessful manufacturers sub- experts On May :20( President. product for nil lillie us HI l,21 per Australia has only one person
I completed ninety semester hours PrattWhitneyGains. ,box, The value of the entire f lor- per square kilometer, lowest popuInlion -
at college including six semester milled comparative design proposals -,I Johnson ordered that Ihe contracts Ida citrus production will probably,, density: ;In the world Can:
hours in science. The monthly salary ( on Jan 15. hese were eval- he negotiated with the four winning bo 1 lest than it is today/ l. he said; ada ranks second with only two

starts at $300. ContractPratt uated by government and airplane firms Growers !seem to he great Iv ex per square kilometer.
I Men are also needed! to he in- ------ _n _-- _
spector-spraymcn( supervisors They -r- --------:1
must have had five years of genera & \\hilnev Dmsicin of

I I I biological work insecticideapplication' United Aircraft, ( orporation and JUST LOOK! DID YOUI

100 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMI ( ( or environmental health General Electric Company (If Cincinnati ,, ..
experience( : or college graduates received! contracts for $5,-
: 80 Air Conditioned end Heard Room.- having twelve semester hours in
(XXMXH)( each for designs for engines KNOW YOU COULD BUY
directly on Ihi Oce n ,science and one year of the above I TheL
GOLF AND! 1ISII : awn.rl Pro>re>_ilvely op.r N i.w r66 decor years Innkeeptiif experience: mum qualify This sal'Experienced for a fSO:( ()-ntile-un-hour supersonic
Coll3 par FREE. II-hoi.' Coui.e on starts at $180 transport The contract I

AT RU1"I'GER'S 2 Sp.ct tnllel., ..nd beach-protected Oc... applicants who are went to the Florida Division.Don- r THESE FINE FOODS
hothln. school graduates /
not high may .
da Research and Center
Shuinebo.rd-T.nnl.-Pln f -Pont
evidence of Florida State
Pool C.b.no ('hb"CAPTAL"II'S present a I .
Fiihln I Pier B.It/ *; Tackle Department! of Education or Arm-
TABLE"Sh:: : n. 'laJ1I; AT POOR BOBS ?
: Grour.deBOO.U ed Forces Institute equivalency I I The other two contracts awarded I

Our New Little : MotorsUnnull.d Sport Fiehllif S.HII.I diploma( or may qualify on the Tuesday went to Boeing Coin- "
T.rnon-Ban./1.6/' merit system's educational attainment pony of Seattle and Lockheed of /.I
Hotel Restaurant ... '
/ L.ndln. trip foe Prlvat. Pt. I ,
I urbank, Calif They were for
mil. IFr.. Llm..ln. s.,1.., comparison( test and then take
: $6,000( )()() for the design of the '
examination -
inspcctor-sprayman when it is scheduled. ,Ilranspurt: and were awarded by GERMAN, ITALIAN AND KOSHER MEATSFOR
Aviation Agency.
Merit system application forms
OR PHONEi 1 a aa/a .,w.r I| may be obtained from any State Iho four contract extend l for SANDWIC11IJS: OR HULK TAKK-OUT

I Employment Service office or di- six i months through Nov 30( a
| rcctly from the Florid Merit Sys- '' (plant spokesman said!, and the (ORN BrH. KNOCKUUKS1llll'KINCFK C.IRMVN SALAMI
!Ilem. Carlton Building Tallahassee work at the local plant will be on PASIRAMIBOM : ; kOSIIIK SALAMI

engine components / .! 1:1) II,\M 1.'I'tRONI. : IIVM SALAD
A 11 11t Under the cost sharing plan, n BAKED IIM1'HTHUU IIAIIVN S\US\I': CORN BILE SHAD
It is predicted that model I car the airplane manufacturing companies I BMP 1UHKKY S\US\i.; ; ('UK{'KIN: sAtAn
enthusiasts will spend about $100-I ( will, hear $I.SO.OOO( ( ) of the M1OKEI'IUNGUE' : m.oO"WURl1'! IIFAl'IIEESKPROS'IU'lit : : I
t 000,000( this year on scale models contract cost each, and the enginecompanies ; ) ('OCKIAILIKVNKSIIVrHVLlHM Dl/KII I.OAK
I race track layouts and other each will i put up SI,- (',\1'01.IIIUlJNSWUGfR: :
equipment. 500,000 of the contract cost The I
-- -- --- -- '-- --
share each
government in air.i
frame contract is for $800.INK) and) .-.....---.-.-,
in each engine contract $3.50.000( I,
Look Das/iing -- Go Carefree The four companies and two 5 DRAUGHT BEERS ON TAP



Styled/ by Tarpon SpringsMiss -----.-....' ,- ,...-.--.-..- .. ,

i Macey Ann Lavene. daughter ( IMPORTIU SHOP'OURDELICATESSEN
|I of Mr and Mrs George La or
daisy crummins ,1 vene former residents of Stuart



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: ) SWISS ROM \N) (Imported| )
Always Aglow PROVOLONEPRU101ONB lit MRIM. IN CRIAM: : ROIL !MOP (Imported Caviar)
: DiMiiwlie)
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With Freshnessthe
50 V \ :. INCH
BLEU CIIII.SK (Imported ) GRUVERIImported:: ( )
Special ROQUIIORr (Imported) MOIARFI.) I A

Silky Smoothnessof I GARCX\/JLA (l Imported) 1 1 TA (Imported) I/ZZ.Aanp

this Knit Gives I 'BUR: CIIII.SEMIUNSIIR: lusisii Bt I. PVI.SI.I-OKI: sviirr P I E S

it that Luxury Look. MISS MiCEY ANN LAfcNI I\MSII I.SROM' l'U'I'I"IIl1IUf\J" (


I graduated from Tarpon Springs| ., J, ,
SKIRTS . $11.98 up High School on June V. She plant r- 11/ .
j I to attend St. Petersburg Junior "
BLOUSES $ 6.98 to $ 9.98 College and later transfer to the I ... .I
University of Honda, r
Coon WHITE MAI/F. Pl\k." BLUE, WILLOW Mm Lavene is a native of Stuart ______

GREEN GOLD BROWN, NAVY attended Stuart Elementary ,
I School and Martin County High
School, She and her parents mooed
to Palm Harbor three years

Blakely's"Prestige ago.- -- '

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STRIKES, : .. ,. .
At Prices"
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120 N. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce 110 1.2134 BE.\UI. DIAL 287.9824((

(W TMT STL *RT (Ha) NEWS Diursdav" fane 18, 1964 .. : .,.,j, ....;... I --- ---111"1K.; ::'1I
-------------------------------------- r- .or.1IIIio'1L

Names of Two Schools to i L Home Building Section I-.WARRANTY DEEDS FILED_,

I J j "'1'-"''"

Be Changed Board DecidesThe I : tr.n.aetlon figure.l to Anton I 'M. .I Izo .,/-
., .-M wfvtv mr tin H l 4.n ="u..are at.mp.Mtlmat attired l from i,, Lots 9. 10) II. s? md '"
m. dada at lirate.r Su Skyline Heights Subdivision s'
names of two' !schools i n ,,10 the construct ol the new OMU (Mr .100. In can'a whoixUoir
I RECENT BUILDING PERMITSJune JKoU K nominal, au, h 400)
Martin County will "be changed high school are designated Carver qulaiuii.nt of iruitouor West Jensen Development ( aim

'when practical: the Mar t tin I ardcnn, School (June 5 through 12)) 17 or cbantM ilmllar caaea hand wh.r, ataatpstamest. no panv to Jacob F Hill I III IIHI
County Board of Education agreed Murray High School get I its mandatory,' minimum section I I. West Jensen Highlands
at a recent Dieting i I I name from I the Murray familywhose location ContractorCity Description Amount' W ....ralue*Trier tamp an arc Inatancrimar plarrdliMtrummit $11.(MX( ).
Stuart Training School to "he members have taught i in 0" an than actual. Franklin T Snow to Barbnri
an elementary ichool this. fall will Stuart Training School a total 1 of of Stuart odteatlr.Iu. of the a transfer comptroller but off part-leaMfraatlMte Snow IM 29 block I I. \V.shmg'
he named East Stuart Elementary ninety-three year. including Robert tnuae cues In ton Park Addition SUN))
School. Murray, a former principal nowIrving Ralph Hurtman: JO 100' East t Tenth Street None Enclo\ carport S %,!lOO ham which bMn!lean pjaeml atampa than all)ear the tatwanantM to A. L. Reddish to Das id D

The new Carver Gardena School l in another I area of Floridaand Lctno Diujan 33EIIst, O'iCeola Street Taylor Addition 7,000 Th. Suva lakwi.. norvapoaalbtlitr Rosscr Tract 7 and the west I ,
the late C. E. Murray for th. .ntlinat1 of tract 2. block 47 St I 1 lucoc
now under conduction HI Port Salerno W E. Owen 301 Martin Avenue Hodnp! Carport 3.000 valuation
Inlet Farms. $H 500()
will he named Murray High ,King Sign 261 North Federal Highway Same Billboard 1.000
School : Fred R Womack to Jonne T Palm Bench Compum' to Dan
Both names were approved ear I' Royal Castle 900) Solllh Federal Highway ApD\IOlopoulo S.uk; pit find walk 1,000 Langbcrg Lot 7. Palmers Addition E. Motlow Lot 10) High Point
Her by the Stuart Training School 1 RIO NEWSMRS to Jensen Beach Home Site : 5D.KKI.( )
PTA after considerable inve Martin County Subdivision. $50.XJ){). Paul Damon Wile\ to Ira (
tion and discussion lillll'l C B. IIFASLFY Julian I. Raskin to Gene T Dy I Cot Jr I lot 14 block B South
The name changes will not become Cross Rond Collages. Inc Jensen Beach None Repairs. 1,000 er. Property in section 17. town gate $12000Krcmscr( ( ().
effective until final acceptance CorrespondentAT Minute Maid Corporal Indiantown None Burn 3.800 ship 38 S? range 38 E, 532a(1.( ) i I land Corporation t II
of the new Murray High i 7.0887 Minute Maid Corporal Indianlo\\n None Barn 4,300I Julian 1. Raskin to Gene T, Dv. Valentine J. Hoffman L its S and
I er. ProperlY in sections 19, 20 6, block 20, 'section\ 1. llbisciis'ark
School by the Slate t Board of Ldticaiion u'P'IIMI I Dickerson, Inc Arundel area None Asphalt plant ,000 i
and the Martin County and 21. township 38 S., range 1ft IPindividuallv. $1,800krcmscr ( .
k Minute Maid Corporation Indiantown None Addition 1.500
board, since contracts, bonds. and IrRSONALSMr E $112000) ) I land Corpontion I II'
:other Legal document Charles L Heath Poinciana Garden None noriJa room 300 The Hobe Sound Company to Annie M Mamlock I 101 If. block
pertaining. and Mn James W. Wood esibury Farms Slate Road 76 None Move building ............ Van Horn Ely Jr Lot !5fi, block II I 21. section 1. Hibiscus l Park yl.-
.. .. : and daughter, Gail. of Bernard Wcstbury Farms Slate! Road! 7h None Repair huillina 3,000 118, and lot 62 block 119 The 400
Avenue, have returned r rom Island Beach Revised Phil No. 2. Kremser land torporition toI
Complete/ -l Jackson'ille. They were called Blanche Steinert Cabana Point Sean Roebuck Fence 226 $33KOO I'I
i I Daniel A. Humccke Lots I and I
iI I there by the serious illness of Mr Fred CapanaArthur Port Salerno None Enclose carport ZOO P D. Robhms to Pierce Fifty- 2. block 22, section 1. IIlhl\ell'
Automotive : Wood father Two iiightcrs, Clements Port Salerno Jensen Trailer Sales Florida room 1.600 one, Inc 1 Lot 16, Gomez Grant. I' Park. $340(1! ( .
Karen and Valerie remained for Carlyle E. Bcedlc Port Salerno Indian River Oil Company install pumps and tanks 2.000 $(6,mo. S E.O Construction Inc I to
Repairs I IChason's an extended vacnton Lawrence L Comstock Palm Luke Park None Florida and utility rooms 600 William E. Priest Jr to JosephD With, i m Anqcvmc I 01 I II.I Oak
Fansh Jr Property in !section I Manor $ilK( ).
Mrs Henry Spencer left 'lor a Howard Fertilizer Company Indianlown I. E. Dye Blending plant 4'.000 .1 I. township\ 40( S., range IK E. James H McGraw 'III" to RICH
vacation with her hrother at Chicopee Independent Fisheries Port Salerno Gene Black Addition 500 120,01X:! ) II L, duManor lot 7. Me Ridge
Mass While' she will
Garage! I attend the .fifth there of Mrs Lena Huff Westwood sId Wagner Residence 6,000Cross James I.. Leavitt to Robert D $45.(XX).
forty reunion
Dial AT 7.2311 I her high school class She intends Roads Cottages, Inc. Jensen Beach McConnell Motel 23,000Ira Baird An undivided one-half interest I Indiintown Cornpam Inc to
in in lots 7, 8. I
.URVICE FOR SAFETY I to visit in the New England suites Thormburg Snug Harbor None Residence 18,000 9, 10, I II I and property 12, block 46, Palm I Property Martinique in lots Construction 4 and 5. block n"c\j.
41*.411 South F.d.r.l. Hlshwav before returning home Stanley Hills Sea Gale Hdrhor Coral Gardens Construction Co Residence 12.000 City $100Robert phi A of Indiantoun $1 .000)

_- -- .1 --- -- D. Baird to Ellwood B Martinique ConlrUClion. Inc to
Town 01 Sewalls Point Van Voorhees Jr. Property in lots I Clarence R. Ieyland I Properlv 111

IleathcoteNurseries EVERY TIME A 7, 8, 9, 10, II and 12. block 46 lots 4 and 5. block 29 plat A oj l lIndantown
Lyle C Wilson High Point Frank Forsberg Residence 30.000 Palm City $7000( ( S9. OO.

FOREST FIRE STRIKES lillian Former to Robert F. P. D Rohhins to Pierce Flftl-
I McRoherts Jr. as trustee I Lots" 24 one. Inc. Lot 16. Gome/ (.amt
Architect Designed Landscaping and 23. Hanson Grant $1000() ) ), 66.0t.I.( ) )
Oriental Design A Specialty. YOU GETBURNED 3-Bedroom 2-Bath House Has Much Space Beryl F. lawrancc to Roland Robert G Sahclla" ct al to J I
Complete Une of Ornamental G Lueder. lot 8. Hanson Grant Hobby lot 21, Mobile Horne Gardens .
51.500. $1.8X( ).
Plant Material "The Indian .. ...... ....
y / "' Beryl>I F I.aw ranee et al to Rob. Vista Salerno Properties I Inc to
River Area'i Oldest Landscape crt F McRoherts Jr as trustee. Carl J. Anderson' I I.at 2. block P.
Nursery, Our 38th Year." Turn The first group of figures :, Lots 3. 4 and !5 I, Hanson Grant Vista Salerno $600MOW () .
Right off US. 1 at Llndsley in the house number represents ? I. S4.!WO. -5- 5
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone *1 the square feet of liva- Beryl F lawrance et al to Insured UP TOACRES
HOward 15332. able area in the house (The Investment Company. Lots

other group I ii an office number 28, 29, 30 and 31. Hanson Grant
.) According to Jan Rein- $6(3X1.( ) .!J
her.) Consult a local conr Lillian Fortner to Robert F.
K tractor for an estimate of "' McRoherts Jr as trustee Lot M. &I A DAY
:' budding costs It a Hanson Grant. $25000.

{:u'YxskaP.'' .r..,..atNmMM.. _. .t" Beryl F Lawrance to Robert
F. McRoberts Jr. as trustee. Lots
By JAN RflNtR 16 and 17. Hanson Grant. $29.-
Plan No 1232-A3 (000)
I I Motors Rewound 4it x
James D Friend to Emil HoiIcnsiem -
.. & Outlets A compact three-be Home Wiring! with two bathrooms, plenty o I I bra it' --..- ___ _.... .o._ _
Heights Subdivision. $12.WO))).
I Water Pump Repairs clouds and a separate polity room, n the dream, of many families who i A J. L Moritz to Tropicolonv.
----- --
look for a $12,(MX) (plus land)' Inc lot 20 Lucmlia $5000().
PAINTS HARDWARE house Robert G Sahclla et al to Louis
4 ATlimllc 7 0163 Because! the plan of this house.1.1t BEDROOM q. S RP LN W Schiefer. Lot 42 Mobile Home I akA h'N thtf Wg 1
\ i IN a simple rectangle <2H by 44 feet;) .1i ilJ att )] /ITONEN{ DINING Gardens $1.4X( ).
C.lv.nli.d Ph. topped with a shed roof (the che ip. i i "' RDOMt Rose Finkel et at to W. B. TI McCORMICK
I" ED PI..m.lu Supolit. cst roof there is). it can he bin I Iut t AI ba7u s/.t1 ton Property ui section 29 .township FARMALL' -
Le 37 S, 41 E. $6500Insured
I I rockbottom: expense And t range
& Pip. CutT. I I the two buck-to-back buthroonv; ., C C \HALL5 'C C Investment Companyto Hutky, 12.plow'pow.r
Stack are near (Ihe kitchen sink and thi e' G O w C HI I Laurence P Piper Property in Wide choice of matched
lots 18 19 and :20! ). Hanson Grant mowartEoty
El.clrle' SupoIlM i water neuter. the cost plumbmf I cs a cutter bar commandwith
HIGBEE ELECTRIC Mol.r BniUi.l Tor Black D.ck.t IIIMaildt ion also is less $10000. hydraulic Touch.Control,
Wallace W. Fletcher and!
Skill Porl.r Cabl. and Olh.n The livang-dinin area hoist BEDROOM SEDRM' C LIVING CA""OllT trustee S Ample clearance
INDIAN RIVER SALESOn I ''hiee pairs of sliding glass door: u4.t 1010 I I7sia 17ae0 e Dozen of other do.more
I 32TOSCEOLA' AT 0744 Th. Drlv. On. Mil. North (windows could be substituted for 1.\\ METAL features
: JENSEN BEACH further economy) and two acts!! ol f .t
I i jalousie doors 641 the street aids ? ?1 I U FRONT' We Are Workers' In !Metal p Try our 1-2-plow

the ceiling which is 9''i feet high, IF WE IONT 1UVE If FARMALL 140
is lighted by a 20.foot-long strip' I A 9"" j.foot-wide folding door (not greatest accessibility). The third WE CAN !MAKE If em. demonstrotrarlMinton )

of indirect lighting mounted above shown here) could separate the bedroom (10 by 10 f Set; ) has two
the sliding doors, A 1-foot-wide i hung room from the dining urea windows facing the street and
coat closet'\ (C) with floor to-<;eil. A convenient china closet (C) ((36 three feet of closets" All three bedrooms !!:: !f!]
ing bifold doors (for greatest accessibility by I 18 inches) opens into. the dinIng are accessible from Ihe
) is located halfway .between room The 8 by 24 foot screened hall, which play be closed/ off from
the entrance door and ,the porch (which may he added the living rom by a door-'a distinct .1 Equipment Co.
later) i is handy to the kitchen offering STUART PLUMBING
door to the bedroom hall Incident. advantage in .families\ with .
I ally, this wall may be finished in an ideal !filler for summer children. The windows in all bedrooms b: METAL WORKS Sll S. 4th STREET
I vood panelling to give! this 2Wifooldeep dining and recreation are aluminum awning type, Boa S4< Atlantic. T 0131 Stuart Fort Pierce, Phone IK) 1-0800
I room an extra touch of Where the budget permits. this as! shown in picture -- -_. -
I interest There is. plenty; of wall porch may be enlarged to 24 by Adlilionaltorage space is
space for furniture and pictures on 24 feet, far instance, (to take in a vided in two closets at the prO-j
the tight.l and waU of, this room. small I pool with a hit of 1 landscur-- Ihe carport and in the i I by t.
ing around it. The roof could be utility room behind it. There':

Tops,, In Design solid kith, screened Or or. this a combinationof : plumbing and wiring pr9visionj, for I -
again porch mightbe laundry appliance (I.N.) are provided I
enclosed with windows to forma along the back wall with
recreation room with a separate shelving on the opposite wall. This FA\\
KINGSIGNS entrance for the teen-ugers. A room has a small outride\ window I URN11URE RENTALS
ready'made steel .fireplace or a and a door opening into the 4-
masonry fireplace barbecue could .
fool wide which connects
: c lsfk e be used for heating it. the porch passage with the carport. ROWELL FURNITURE CO.
t r. o1 ; v The 10 by 9'i' kitchen (facing This i slab-on-grade
II the back) has two zoneI: (I lthcL-) house is finished in stucco on the Dial AT 7.0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps
shaped work counter with its double oUhide and furring and plaster on _
sink (S) under the window, with
the inside. The roof Is topped! with
NEON SPECIALISTS the range (RI) and the built-in oven white
piarble chips for greater CHOOSING STOCKS.
Fort Fleets HOward 4-1399 (0)) la the left of it, and ((2)) the hcat,1 insulation The 4..inch.thick .
4Vi by 4'i') -foot breakfast alcovenestled
floor slid (
between poured \over solidly ., be difficult job. Our latest Review"
the doors to the compacted fill !and vapor barrier) can a "Monthly
dining room and living room is topped. .)uuh terrazzo or cork considerably narrows the field. It lists 139 stocks our
I v SAF.T1.AIDSLOCKSMITHS There U another 1-foot closet just tile Research Department thinks represent interesting values.

R,A M toil outside this door (Home No 1232-63 was designed They are conveniently arranged into groups of Growth

front One the hall bathroom is accessible by architect Jan Reiner, editorof Stocks ((37 issues) Cyclical Stocks ((48 issues) In
-KEYS MADE the master bedroom the other Both from have Florida Homes magazine (The come Stocks ((21 issues) and Utilities ((33 issues). Each

i Lock Combinations tubs and \\all.hung toilets A 4- Book magazine Shop i is or available by raiding at SI Val'to security is grumnifanKul by iOLt rmatiw and useful statistics.
t'J. foot linen closet (L) is located in
1000-Fifty-second( Street North "
:.. '.:. ...""I _......._ ,'> Changed the bedroom hall as well as two St Petersburg 10, Fla) The "Review also contain anatjnea of the potential of
(C) The water heaterW
INVITE YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS ON A ( ) is also in this hall. A small heater that may be heldin MINERALS CHEMICAL For your copy,

Hobe Sound I The end! hedrooms are identicalin the hand burns propane gas just mail the-poa.

size: each has three window without a flame. It can coqk, dry .................................................
Sunshine Safari 516.48815.16.5137 and eight feet of closets (C) with hair or paint, reley| muscular painor "

-floor-to-ceihng-- --bifold--. doors (for defrost refrigerators.\ Mcooumadwiona.Name Phew and n> Jour. latest "jtcvww containing. your 139 current

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...- ,- ... J. ml"1'Itll/1It'/'i "s the guest t 01 Mr and Mi John! I Ills' m ti; .,. .j '.1\ I Iltlll".: "' hint r Ilt: t'Jr-1-C;
Scouts Signal Equipment ...-
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JUPITER NEWS :.11'I (' (mi 'Inatcille I
Mrs Fdward Slovak left \\'cdnesdav Has Been Ordered
Women's '
MRS. ANNA MIMEtR. Correspondent Phone 7W43 >.t Town kindergarten joined for New York C'ntor. a

gea w #. r.. other 'local schools in holding its : months stavCharles I Jupiter' trill Jiiuiis ii i I'' ,
} F fiaRr"ill : Girl Scout Troop 224 prencnt1 graduation reniuK I hoard ol directors HUM" : I
I at the The held at Jupiter- I R. Kindt who, with his I II
jn impressive ceremony day mghl received Ihi \I. "
2 Vacation Bible Schools ot the Women's Tequenta Junior Citllens' Building i family has mate his home here
opening Jupiter news thai I ho signal I i'|1"1''i '' '
I Club meeting at the Town HallI was opened' I h\ Mrs William I for ahoul seventeen years' and tor the (ounlv I III'C Reilroad i I "
I I luesiluy evening Adair i the director. : who 'i introduced 'has been with the Florida Power crossing has been .1.i i I ,
Keep Local Children her staff.' Mrs light Company acerb twenty
Busy Robert Flagg ,
I The scouts. in full regalia opened ". The mnouncemcnt 'suul "
has been made
with the flag ceremony and eo-direcior; Mrs John Ryan, art I& supervisor. months should he allowed! i 1"1 ,I I..,
Vacation. / Bible Schools at the finer. is in charge of the music. I followed with a demonstration director; Mrs R. A. Deidrich, l h e Jupiter-Tequcsta area di liven of (ho ljwils,, \
of the
First I nitcd! Preshvlcrian Church I Kenneth St..irk and Jesse Whiteare investiture service They elated and Mr*. Alice Pierson teachers ,I compam I the Javce driving Ctl"'I"'I', 'i iMI ',, ,,
and the First Southern Methodist managing the boys games, 1 with their song. "Whene'er You and Mrs Jean Mcrulla dance instructor 1 General and Mrs IIV Bowman I : the driving range on :I Ihakhce ". ,
hurch are keeping many vacationing and Mrs Loren Woodward is in Make a Promise! Scouts l Debbie River Drive have as their River RiXld I tiirili\, ,:
children busy I care ot I the nursery! Amhutz, Becky Chace. Anne The kindergarten students who house guests their daughter/ Mrs. Sunday is "being "CIl'III"I1.1 i, ,I
The PreshMenan Church in I The Southern Methodist Bible I Burkctt. Jan Derry. Bridget introduced themselves. depicted Robert Pcttitt Jr and their grandchildren \ Dale BIcJsoe1' :, Jaycee) vice 1'1"1.1.l lnikl
the Pines school will end I this I I School scheduled for two weeks. i Edwards Wends Edwards Diane the months of. the !school year Bobby. Michael David .
week with a display of the young with a final program on Friday Harper Kathleen Font! Bonnie September through May. with songs! and Cindy Peltitl of Bclhesda' Md Plans for an active somas'"
people: work at the church o n June 19 at 1 p.m. to which par. I Stewart Lorraine Flirted and Pat and poems I he three and four- wire laid; at I ho meeting in< i" ding
Fridav Mrs James White, school < ends and friends arc invited ty Falkcnhcrn took part in the year-old students. under the direction Mr. and Mrsill m Mills a census, of the town. ft PII!'
director said | Rev Donald Smith assistant i program under the direction of of "Miss Jean,"" sang and and their daughter P"',vcca Co- trips" u> the blixxl bunk a comh, s
Mrs r Hi/lip is in charge of 1 pastor .is in charge of the school l i Scout !Leaders Mrs ,Raymond Stewart danced. leen are the guests" of Dr, and night honoring\ the Little I 11'.Il'i u. 4y.
the kindergarten department assisted and teaches the junior high group I, and Mrs I I.. ( C hace. and Before receiving their diplomas, Mrs M.IN nurd Mills. Ciulfslrcam conches. and several whir sn, ii I
hv Miss Jeanette Worth Miss I I Other teachers on the staff are; Neighborhood I eader Mrs Gene the graduating eliss did a Mexican Drive Mr. Mills, who has been events, right ot'' the ten iliruioiattended
Donna McHale and Mrs Lawrence Mrs. Robert Dedlow and Mrs Jim I, Harper of Juno.rollowmg dance and .i square dance attending I Stetson\ University: will: 1 .
Atkins The primary depart Stone nursery; Mrs. Arliss Krum I a brief business meeting Those receiving/ diplomas from enter florid i Atlantic t Umversitvm i
ment is being handled by Mrs and Mrs George Hopkins, beginners and the announcement of a Mrs Adair and Mrs. Flag, in cap the fall. lin\ mRJ''TCmn..1'!
Jack Sordcn with Mrs Arthur ; Mrs George Call Jr. and. I covered-dish luncheon al the county and gown were David Rlakeman Miss Marcia Dukes of Tice j isthe The director of Jupiter Bust' '
Williams Jr.. Mrs. Charles Rice I Mrs Donald Smith primary; Mrs park for the June ;2'! meeting, Dale Blcdsoi r\mhia CooperLaun guest of her brother.in.I.iw ness and ProfessionalVomcns
and Miss Helen Worth assisting 1 I William llatipt and Mrs George Mrs Donald Davies. program Culpcpper dwcndolyn Edwards !- I and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C luh met for dinner and n plum
The tumors are under the guidance Call Jr., juniors. Miss" Elaine Hopkins chairman assisted 1 b> Mrs. Charles Bonnn Ann Dombrowshki I Stewart. West I \\hitncy Drive, fling meeting at the home of Mrs
ol Mrs Ralph Baldock Mrs and Miss Mary Jo Rood are Kalis. Mrs. l.ouis Ballasts, Mrs. [Leon Ciranihim; Kobbic HoNen. Miss Dukes, who will be a senior I I. V Minear Thursdiv
Robert Hartman and Miss Janice issistmg. and Mrs Alden Mo- Jack Rohson Mrs Eric Kriibel Ruth Smith, Mirk Von SlewaitPenny at Fort Men High School in the Plans for the years programs
Worth. Mrsarrmgton Stirk sehera has charge' of the children MfE.. A. Arnold and Mrs J. Petk,is. Susan Warwick, fill.. expects to spend! the summer Mere discussed us will us delimit i
assisted-hy Mrs Lawrence Kum I I \ refrcshmentsy J. Mcska produced a surprise and Philip Williams. ( irol Klein."' Dry- in Jupiter for u District X muting. to'
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skit membershipand in Fuucher Ronnie Mather llrnd-
most amusing on in Jupiter on Aug ?'
the new clubhouse ley Zyehowska md I hmtopherI Rev, and Mrs, Noel T Rood I Those allcnding I he meeting 11181 II'I\BERG. P.",,, ',11'.1 11.11.111', ,, nlll took a seven.J .
and their children have' taken the
7 Hostesses for the meeting! were I Little. were Mrs Shirley P tloul. Mrs n unr I" San Junes l'I"'rt Rica ,lIhl"'i I hiii' Virgin 1'1
k 4i I 1 Mrs Ernest Misted, Mrs Edwin! The friends and parents atte'ndmg I \\illiam Small house olf Riverside I\'e I: t dhoti Mrs I ilicn Robertson "
were served punch and cuke Drive for the summer Mr. and Limb ,hml the 'Arllldne.
Pedersen and Mrs J(1ICl'hVII n. Mrs Thomiu I', Rohinson.
t'r alter the prouram. which was attended I Mrs Rood came to Jupiter from Mrs. Johneigler. Mrs William -- -- -
The Coastal Players hv I I red I lord), Mrs Richard ray J lot.
Continue RehearsalsRehearsals mm: : AND! 1111 RE I llrochnre Now ReadyThe and Mrs John Trent

for the C oastal Players Dr. and Mrs Rudolph Steintiauscr Jiipitcr-Tcuiiostn wren will SO I'tlNUS--I .\\\II.\hI.-- : ONLY
for Himmi
I forthcoming production aboard their again be advertised; throughout the I IOn :MUSIUM! : KOOIHeciiuse '
i "(jeor e Washington Slept Here" bout on Thursday' Dr Siemh IUH-! country by an artistic color brochure FIVE
''a comedy in three acts. are now er i is entered in the .fishing contest t it was announced at lues of a link of funds. itnppeurs
being held on the stage at Salhinv- there They were joined i on Friday das C'h iniher ol (ommerce directors the House ol' Refuge will
I en Auditorium where" the play !by Dr and !Mrs Robert (..irottan.. meeting by Manager I I.. II hive to wail until nc\l I \enrsbiiilgel YEARS
will he performed on Friday and Mr. and Mrs, Pat Snow Jr.. Mr ( lurk before it gods n new roil i
Saturday nights. June ;26! and 27 and Mrs Will"",, F. Stewart and The I meeting at t the chamber I the Mitrlin Cminiommission AGO /
Mr. and Mrs Judson Hill building marked the culmination approved a new root' lust 1 week
/ of Sets constructed by player members
sullied to avail ible' Inch
ol months of dedicated work bv
under the direction of fete Dale and Dma Itleilsoo sons
Slough. from renderings by Dick of Mr. and Mrs Dale liledsoc the directors and members In procuring .
( Logan are completed and the Fdgewoocl J Circle are spending the brochures
play will have !sound effects by June with their grandparents. Mr. The directors! also favored full
a.-'. ) 'Stu Mclvcr anti Dick Logan and Mrs Ophird Blulsoe of Akron I co-operation with the Advertising i HELP STOP I
Tickets may: he obtained from Ohio The Bledsoes and their (lode Council of the 1 Pilm Beaches V
a menrberi or by calling Bob Nichol other son Steve will join Dale i in an effort to !promote truthful MALICIOUSWOODS '
In Florida. y at 746-4481 or 747-7437 and Dma in July advertising copy mall news niedm
to the sale of BURNINGS
I y rrlp nights Response William (Calhoun of Columbus Post cards wen first used in

the third tickets makes the possibility consideration ofa Ind., is the guest of Roger i'I Austria In_.about_ I KM_ __ (' : modern usages; of drugs had
at a picnic, beer is a natural performance a Coirs.weeks Pennock Point for several not. been. determined. Fresh many potentials oftruedandtrue

further offerings fare plannedby :_- Enjoy/ the Summer; Season
When you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with Coastal Players to foster the Mr and Mrs [Donald I L Me With New "Do" t remedies arc constantly
friends or family and{ your thirst's netted bj. fresh air and e\t r- growth of this and other> art forms Call of llartsville S ('., have been 1 a from revolutionizing doctors' treatments
cise-tbat's the ideal time for a cool refreshing glass of beer. In appearing in the area the guests of Mrs MeC'all's purents .
fact,you can name your rccrcinon-sw ininuinr, hiking, or just: Information( regarding recenllr'l Mr and Mrs,, Ihomas Vail PARK PLAZA and pharmacists'\ compounds.
watching TV-and chances arc nothing M the world fits it quire or activity with the group Philadelphia 01 ive. Mrs McCull '.F
well beer. obtained by calling has been visiting with the Veils "IIIJ t f t'PV' SALON
as as I for the past two weeks while Mr 9
Your familiar glass of beer is also a plca-amUo reminder tint: St. I McCall has been attending Hank ? 317 W. OCEAN HIM. A r 7281ROWNFRt
Miss i Dorothy Schmidt
swe live in a land of personal frcedom-and that our right to cnjov Mary. Ohio was interviewed by er's School in Ililoxi Miss Kiehnrj GEORGIA IIRIMKUllll STUART DRUG CORP.
beer and ale, if we so desire, is just! one, but an important one, of the officers of the Peoples Congregational Vail hums 'also" been visiting his
those personal freedoms. / C Church on Saturday parents while on vacation from I oriKAlORSi Vll.lI'IIOl.U: D\KR\UV IIUNTFKRFcinioMSTi !1 1'OUR KfXAII, SI ORE AT 7122IS
Northeast State Monroe,
MI.. .s, frmi.i] ttew hack t>>>> mien I r: IKC ollejie .
) I. .rbt
with fun with relaxation la, where he unstruclor1Merrill "
In Florida.beer goes Ohio, where she receives her degree an I [ ui-rrv: il\KimiCK

@. ITSITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. in religious) education a t Crews of Alexandria ---
r,n BOX ill WINTU PARR FLORUlA ll--idilhiirg College this, week Va, and Dm lasso of Panama
..-...... ..,: .... -- -- ('ily. Republic ol Panama are i
; i the guests of Mr. and Mrs Joseph

," ,,I' N' I' Gerry Palm Point Drive this
., .,. I weekend Crew and I lasso. who I ,,
; ./I' .
? I have just received degrees in hospital
Drive .,\ : I.i "" :, : management al ( ,<'rll'! Washington '
'", .' University in Washington
'w f '' /j/; I will he interning at Jackson Memorial .
happily '/ ..", 1'1' Hospital m Miami Mrs l
., ,. \.h "' ,\ Crews and Mrs: Fklred Crews, otCulpeppcr j
ever Va" will he at the
after ;: 1, tlerry next weekend. Mrs Fl-
dred Crews is the mother of Mrs
) Derry and Merrill Crews. d
with A HOME OF
t Mr and !Mrs John Christcnscti ,
Methyl! of All.inlu are spending several r ,
v't days with Mr. Christenstm grandparents #
I Mr and Mrs Paul Jonttn /'A THEIR OWN.
rIt's Pennock Point The Jensen .
have just returned from a motor
trip to the west coast of I lorlda

(link Soifert. Riverside Drive I Is
recuperating from a hcurt altick
L +a a in Si. Mare llospitil

1tA Henry S. Pennock Jr. who his
been ill for some time, j is In a hospital
&, I in Tampa See the Loan Officers at

vftp Alejandro Chiardelli of Hiranquilla 77)\)

(olombm!, South America

.. ,....- First Federal About a



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we take better care of your car. STANDARDvai 1 new hope for the hard of

eM.thyl Ir IIIl.rk.J hearing
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'so we lugged you call or U.S. l-SOUTII OF COLORADO AVKNUE:
write for yours now. Again
we repeat, there I Is no cost' ,
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WESTERN AUTO Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

....BOVTla Standardgasolines-at no Increase tjgriaprkel Closed Saturday STUART, FLORIDaef Sr .rl
281 Osceola: Stuart. Fl*.

DANIEL W. McCLURE, Agent, Stuart 287-0775


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I-C TOE STUIRT ( NEWS limp 1964Organizations '0 .-.. ." .. . .. M'
!. ..:1,. AIlS JR1'ISI'tMOtST:
Directory of Churches
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Directory ;; l ; : .: ; NISIII Ii II'I H. ( ll 1'1'1 01MOHIIM.

CIVIC Olir ANIZATIONS Cnaat Guard Aii lll rvAteenolke ... .n.- TIN lilt S'S'V. I REV. MILLIK MoALPIN I
- Aaonyejoua l'mm..r---w.i"r--.I.; ; IIn"m.n. : : 0" Cm OP BTIART. ) '10 .no ..... Stindw School

Wed IIO, p.n>.. J. U. Community Clan Mol'.. I.m. C".I Guard Au.. BI... : l'lORtD.t. t'nlllilnnt I I 11 .JO am Morning Worship

Amateur. Redle, r...,...., CorpeCu .,00t, .. nltilonnii. "V '. ;... 780pm 1 :00 m.. Evening T... Pmrer Worahlp. .
.vril,'netor-ue".*. Hi Ion* ,...,n.o' A. Wacha < -. Tli TATI 0.FLAHll'A. I 7 :HO i I'' m Thun.. V P.K. 101._
Ird Tkun t pe. ., d.4I'', lur. .,,0U an,.. Ii. '",,"bou.. ; ; al. I IHI.p""d"I' :

AnI..1 II...... t....... N. C. B.ord of Zanlp A'iu..nl ; ) '.. I THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

,...,d.-M... tin J. IUeusI' nahmoi'r.d; I kbo.d.. ORDER: TU KIIOU ('AS 'It DIAL.A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 (Congregational So; su 'III- P.I.Srh.. ,Cllyl I
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1 I. ,. 'u' "' hom.. llI 1hur... ..U ,.m i. Court l.o. II 110 I, '. "
: H n ig Wor
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.uol.. ... P.I... ....I Women Hill, I Martin, I, rm..County.. .M... Mueeum Hugi, ... CeenmUilon Will uKh. | TO r THI I ITATI tJ"I.n.l.
''d, I I rl. M.n' I I. net .... Ii l'l'fl. ,
.. au pm C urtli I eM. i : \ ; IthV I I H li AS It Paator
C. ..... MIl .......,. ,..luoiMm.r ...... ( J.TimTM. 'I II I' ," 00 .. Su,.day 8.ho CHAPEL (Meet la Community Bldg I
C."I '.....Na.. II,., 3h._ ..,..... .."... O u.h.: ) t '. IN I'lldl'"' I ::00 om b..rnIo. Worship KhV CHAKLE8 O fa.tol
',..por', 0...... A..ucl.".. 1'LH*ultTIH '1 in1MB 1 :.0 pm. I b.,,.. 5161. Otadp Pro,.. tilO p.,,. Hundiiy BJNNE'r.
f Bif.TI: ". '40 p.,,, Bundar. Youth OnnI l lHO I..
'...,d.. C M hmb.oKb
..IfI'"> 2nd W.I ..da.. ei .,ri .. .. ...... .. ". .... (;Il1' -.UAMT.IIWI 1 I 1'!M>I"f.em.> p m: Cvantillatlf ServiceSunday 7 ,6 p.l. Worahlp Service
.,.. ..u.... .lu p .... .uull u.' PIMNCIIIHji BVFNI'l: PEOPLES

or el Oardone CIVICPI.m.ththJ Aiiaclatloa T... a, ...011. 'oI..tM.r..I lON"I .H mRIINAFTflt MOKhCRirtIt" FIRST BAPTISToo S. Aro., A.. RtV .' CONCIEOAIONA.) .
,, ,, Plerla '
"'.''I..lIn t : RJV.1&81' \ Po" 0,10 a m Early W
til >.,,, 1 pm M (' Agricultural Bid*. dud Wod < "im loirm Ball OM 1. UKKPMCTE IS ANY J 10.00.: am: Church Brhool
\\ TliBRBBY Ilt0
: 051uu.Nuohill Service am Morning ,
Freeholdrre A.s. 'I.IP.m --- -- -- Worahlp
Preildent ,"nl..n.1 l U. V. tottonfMetU POLITICAL. ORGANIZATIONS li ,40 ..'in Siindny,, tlcooollltOUam during both aervlrea .
on Mil The Rtat nr Florldn. tl,,loimh thpRtate 0Ilrig, Wunalp 7 10 p.m. Youth .., Servlea
Ripuullcaa Club ol "'er.... County: Attorn of thn Ninth JudlilNl p.m. T.iI"1, U"lo."t .
...... Cluk .l Stuart ......lU.ut. -.!."'., II. W.1.0. } '' / Clruult uf aald and thIn ,1 p.m. or.blp ALL SAINTS EPISCO ,__ .._
Ono.lol.nl-llno John W. Huaaeynd A ; aevornl 5r'lnrly Ilatv., lnxim, Wodu.d.y KKV: NOKMAN 8 F&ASTE& B
Mon 1 lto, p.m.. Woman Cluloaaen > .publican Woman Club .1 Marln., Tf! ; BIB, rltlnena' and olhria 111(11,10, 01, 1 1,1, p.m. Ild..k 'n,. Brl. Sunder
fraainant-w. Arnold U....,

...Ihl.. ...... Pu'h ,Cluw. MuDfldq As.uul.IIuN.)' ..0. ulo.. 1 ..... *ull naUuial llu1tMiudiy .. ...Imlno "any," 'rl\ht be title affnttd i'r lull'h\' PALM CITY BAPTIST-(la at M.C' 'TilO:OU a.m a.m Holy family Communloa Communion ud

.Id.!\I..' O.ur.. V,.. .'.". ".... .... t.. &11II_,..... ............ tu,000llo. f I"" .<" '" thai 1.'Uln. by the City o( Htuart., hENRY 'rATUM. limo C'borsh, 5.huul.
"...... ...- ......... .. .....t '" !J'iorldl.' Pranchlaa Tax, U % I:41 '.m. Cundar School W.... D.,.
., I-. u CI.., ....... 'u... ...._ .1. t.rnl, ". lirrelnaflar more paitlcularly I :IO.... l"r..I.. Worship T..d.,_, LID. Hole Co..mnnl.
.' Id. ':ro." ....", ........... u.. ...11 ... 1 :', or to be .ffu't' I pro Union Thrnd.e-Il a m. ....
..." I ", .'. ad In :Jlrh. ) ore her"b\ Till p.m. Kv.nint Wonhlpi I n',., 1 hurt"lay Healing' Kervloei
,aitulrod I to before the Clionlt tin Waaneiday Midweek Prayor I rI.Iy,,! "I a.m. Holy CommunloaUnlly
Bead, Careen Club .frA.utaMJtab .JWt.uNLLAI. 016.t.w. Court of ('otmti Kloil I. Meaclix
'....Id..t.-M'.. Calvin, WIIUl ... aMtMity dn In 'the Ninth Judicial, ('I'eUI of Cl.urcli. Toe S. Fifth. Fo Florae
Ird Wed. t p.m.. JO Worti.il CM ........rW""e.. .. told, Plate at the ('i.llrt' InHtiinrt FIRS BAPTIST-Port "I ii I'hrrl, Bnd.,
,..... B.... Woman Auoclatloa. .ro.. 0 p.... Ml ...., VDUtak Martin C'jiint) Florid' ,"' in IAVLUK Paetor 7 ::10 i" ''n "r, ... W.dn..d.
.. ,.. Mlllirt the I > dub' of Jul>. j .Id.nt--M M.rI. ilL .I..pb Guildlrea.l.t.t o''lo'k I'.M.. and "ana" Inthr I:4 m gundnr S.hol I IJTHFRAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
'. Inl MOB.. $R 707 ClubboueeJunior h.\ \ : ..m. Morning WorablpDO lAmeilcnn
... 1 Liill.eran I h
Mr. Edward Klluclla o '. of thi iitltlun
". i prt.s.'rM
WW...'. Club oo1 .mopm..Otlluou0t. .ot't. I In thc, *)1,1,00, proieidlnK I, it 11,111: :101,1,1,,:, : |I'm.: II J c'n. W. Prim., Vios bInd.: Pm's St.hlu.
'.....d.-Mr.. Guy I'romwdlInd KARL KRUEGER left and Herb Bruncr In front h" irriiitid and thf I" "' Till) pm Wonhlp7i II C. I'I. 1'lrol
Juuutt Holy N.m. ".'.IooI'.uu.l.Ot. .R. of new packing hIHI'.C 101 B. & K. fIowru, : : : 10 p.l. ..y-P'oe.. naet-
Man. I Pm. Wom.n i I tub ItevHiiue Kiindu ti v' > I ln IB| I rll I Iand
M..mO1IUIbur. Inc.. lbllh sample ot the gator-decorated( box in which the) ship llicir protlucl.aid tin prociMdhiBfl 1 I liinlufH" ," I ul l.go. Choir praotioa tulaowmRIO OIh: am Sunday b.hol.
Martin County Audubon Society: Bmr. .. .'':. 00,1 bUlb. I p.".'.m,_Urbvol. I ulllhorUlhlf:: I I I;llm; iKHUallil: :, 111'"I : :"t BAPTIST 1 18..... Worablp S..lo

Ird Man. I pm. Judge CIufltIbli \ llditpd and <" u II i I 'I FERNANDEZ H. S. SOUTHERN METH
M C. Auocletlon lor Mental H..llk BOYS SCOUT OP AMLRICASTUART Krucger Bruner Made a Quick Recovery Flanillae, lax ft. In. (Moel.. la Hobo Sound Cl,to Center)
,... ,_Bov. Don.ld HrhraederInd Inv dxted July I. "4. btmlnit In- I::6 LI. Bandar Ih.olI CHARLES raate
Thnr, Tlu Reef Troop '00-8r>i>uline. .nor. R.l.irl 1 I I'" k m I"r.toln I th' liuilline I :( am Horning IlNNItT.
noon Nod. 7 30 p m.. American Lrui..u, i 11.11 of nix per cx.c111 r annum. ill p.m. 'J'.I,'.* Union 7t4l pm. Song S..I..
M C. Cb.ptor, Am.I. Cancer society 1011'\1, 4u.-Aunour., li.arl I..pIh' pnMttlH oeml'nIlOtIIt', 'lW* l linn 7:4: pm Kv.nitiu Wor.hlp (lOO p.m. tvenlug Worship
Cb.Im.-M.llo,v hnion '.r... 7 p m. M.tk. Ciiunn; .Uimv II o. i tho prlnclnnl, amount of J7Y; : ,4 p.m. WoO no..l'r.... M..tlng
House Rose Like HOLY CROSS _
:tq".d.o. 44Aunt... Ed h."n i,' Packing Phoenix I ,Il.ile Ill lb.' I'llorI'ilu CATHOLIC .'_.,*
Mvtln, Memorial,... Ho.,11.1, Otto Aualllaryfr I 10.... 7pm., MutH C"u.I", ,,,yCun fliinno' each, .and niaturliiK pei'li'lIt' TROPICAL FARMS .BATIT.7 *I :XAHtK HiNtCH
M .
.ltl rt- feck 4IO-Culmaalei: P. II. hi.'m.J. In nnnual I Inl.llme"l. II tlm ..t,0limit Li W Ii'r ANCIL Maeaei-' Sundaya. 145am. Pilot
BankMen'a ;
lit Mob. Flrnt National ,.... 1..1'10 1'rn.I.. 4J0-Culoiotur. F.. 1 Ilto.. of whli, h nail 11 am Hornlne Wor.hlp .
c. Club :
Martin ('ount'B of the : !
newest entry new building, they used a I cores block wall after it d."rl.I"n : :
I'uid'nl.W.V N Frlil Loot M..n., Ill I>.m.. Youlh C."I.r, ) granu-1 t-ranihlne, I '' Hnnd IHcontained eon: pm Iralnlnf ttniooaba ST. MARYS EPISCOPAL_ail 0...

.., T..... liiOpm, .. M. C. All,. HlilK. JENSEN BEACH inlo the whoksjlc flower intlus- lar type water-repellent material haL been laid up. saving, valuable dh, Ihe net m hen'InLone a,110 pm: : Kv.nlngVorahlp Wad. Midweek PayDUNKLIN i Boulevard Stuart

Martin County Retarded Chlldnn.. AMB.Preil Troop 401m..r. J. U ookadoti try by Karl Krueger Jr. and Herb -vcrmieulite--produced by Zonolitc tlne and reducing costs The con kill, thin. u <\nof Ord-red June at'.Httiart I 11114. Ii'lui. p m K and 10 n.m. (June to Sept.)

.. tilOpai.. CumRm.. 1.tNmt. Cub Pack. 401-Cuim..tor! II. Quinn : ; ')of ;lln, ('i rI'ulI" ,,irl of HfcV 'LII LOlf SACRAMENTI C St., BLEE
ashes of what have Com The
4k/ Wad. "pro.. CommunIty Hall might ben ipany. a'phal-alct vermiculite vermiculIte concrete aggregate the Ninth Judklal of 10 00 Lm. Sunday School RtV W. THOMAS LOUCkgI 1...
National Secretaries AMoelalloe Lob Pack 4 .ld..I1.. Vlrllnla Vaaile2nd W.d. I Ill) ..m.. Loirion Jl.ll Io.tn 1:15: p.,,. Union :10 am Churh School
.4th Mull.. M I'. Public Ubmrj. - - - Krueger and Bruncr who were ---- a 'tire re'I'tdlt. insuluting structural I I'b. : (Ju 1 II. .5. 1MI4Tti 7 :till p.m. Trlntnl Scrub.. 1 lOO p.m. Euchamt

Palm City c..... Club SERVICE CLUBS Ocllet with Karl J. Krueger deck. "' 1. T ,10 p.m. Wad, Midweek Service CHRIST blond

rneMenti.....Mlea M.bal PI"n., CldUB Club al Stuart Snl. Inc, faced a real cmcrjcncy Jut Krueger and Uruner did not .I.* iit 5i-tit:. i'luitinv ST. JOSEPH CA'IHOLtC-Eout IOth St.KhV ( Winter MEMORIAL.plt.0. oD, U *rlU
.... I 10 Clvlo CtnU Floridians Rate
lug Th. : em ...lil.nl-Aaron Huatoa their N JAN Adm,
( packing Making use of their 1'1'11'1'1XO'II'
Wid, 12 noun, Townhou.a n..I... Slat rl't new : Week due IANUla.WIKI CHURCH OF COD-IndUntowa
.... City CI. Orf.nlt.Uoa I III t''tI I Hint tl I. : aiaO:
Pmlrlr-nt, -..Andf /.lli"Irkl idlantow Klw.nl. Club house burned to (the ground last eKpnence. they immediately set nr tinInternal, I Imimi bol.edoy 7 ,HO. RlV. 1VERET'f MOSS

lug T.... Clvle Cantor Hh,.. Oct 26. With (flowers for At $ EachIn bUld another packing house, mint; : Mind: or Ihe Hlati' of ltli'lIu::i I C.nr..loll Saturday and Tnurirlaya lOsOt .m. Sunday Bi-hoor
n.ld.nc.-.m. read $2,111 I the fIrst ridajr of 440 11 lOO ..... Morning
In lli.ild ItIhl"i'
Ill rrtlll( I II 10nlb.
,. .. ... C.,..... Cl.le Aieoclatloaj .. 1.1 ,.m., 1..1..01. lam hilRcnt. (they I as an independent venture to be I Iho (juvei',nor'. Offlie. t.'olllll, 11,1111.I 111 blo. 140 \ ISO pm t TitO p.m. Evening Wcranlp Wor.hiB

Proeldent Ko.. J. w. atareoa .1..... Bomb Lion. Club trailer for packingand known as a & K Flowers Inc. Inn. Hihedulid for III.nilM' I, 7 JO ,.... Wed Young feople'g
lit Man, ( p... kornat .. .._ UoanItlrd Income Even I ibHT') on July' I lllh. IIH. will I. i ixldir ST. CHRISTOPHERS CATHOLIC. E.d...
Port Saleraa CIvIc AaeoclatloB Wad.m., lill ,...., Baynour1 set out to rebuilt overnight Tally Ihough speed was not so I upiJlkHllin I nrndo. bv < ,imCiaiv ;:;, \: Hobo Sound

Se ld,nt-Waller II.... ; Thank to contractor( important tins tune, they used ul- t Liarj P I u. KiaMir, .1 I I. Mate at lola a-m. Sundaya CHURCH OF THE GOOD IHEHE
lit There, 1pm, Cl.lo C..I"Ird Jupllr.HU Iunl 11..1. Club The identical "'UII. Hc.rlclH, on behalf of .\i,itliur CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN- lupl..
George Apostolopouloi Bandy capita income the
I ., ." am average per systems in recently FIRS ELMER
There.. I p.m. ....... boelali 0 0. M U<'him' fur p.rvlooe, of 1St'following 7 4 taal Ocean Boulevard L ALL
dun, t pm, Jupluir Lit* Marina ighlwcight I Roof Decks Jenw.n of all Florida residents stood at$2tlt completed 'forty by sixty.foot diaeilbed I..no.. to.(llMle 1 I ,lOO a.ro. Bunday School 7.10 ..m. Holy .

,.,. Salerno Civil D.r.n. Club ol Stuarl. Death and other local I last with 11:00 Uarnlnc Worship 10:00 a.m. Parlnh Sermoa
"noh..... Ind Tuaeiiey. 1:10 p... totary building year compared building : em and Sunday ."u'h..I.t.
l-r..ll.nt -Ur. BiantoB M.. a 00 r.m. Wed i Toatimonlal MeetingCHURCH
... CI... Club Wid. Idila .I.. boor,.. Inn firm, the new packing house was the national average of $2,44) and Local flower growers, who ship A 14U.U.2G.1"b"r..d land. In R.dlug 100.. .81 frioglor A.. h100rnIMofl JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY

?1uid.ut.-J.1k. Shomir ready fo use in only seventeen $1,819 I for the southeastern states fresh cut flowers as far west the I1.11.I I. In Hi', through ." 1. lila n.m-tltla Skyline Drive. 1..1 Beach
Klwanll Club a
I.' 'thara Clubhoua. It. the the Florida State Chamber of Denver and nil,,, \ I? Houlhluiiiiu p.m. NEWTON TWEEDY
1.'d.n.Vr.' H. Haaadala IIIpioB days. Speed was wathword. north to Canada represent : 4t I'.mt. Illy if, Hi,IIH 1 1 1 1.Minim : IEV.
.....t Woman'e Club 1'I.r... 1 p.m. Iowa Houaa of course. For msunce il Commerce reported a growing and vital part loiinty. 'I.rldl I IMnuwenterlv OF CHRIST-428 Paua B..RdUUUCh. 1..m. Sunday Morning School
R Vanderveefrd (OUHHr.LL, MlnlalerSunday
Mra Cornallua :
.pna W.d.- lilO p m., Club BuildingTebobula Stuart Hl-SUppora S quos Dane. Club t insulate the block walls of the "The gain in the per capita income of this area's industry The ingenuity A of UlvcmldH of and abuithiK an reioided Lol. 6 Sian:10 P..m. liot\. P.lionohl. IO"h.,
P"lk. :
GanJoa Croup Nt.dnb-4ullul., II p..... YouinCnnt.0 lluu.aIfeura of Floridians last t year over I ot men like Krueger and In I I'lut ".. I. Pug<. 41,,I.. ltOO 10 00 a.m am IJlbla Worahlp Study and ConmnntoB7lllo J:.0 P.m.... Wedneaday,., Yoilh Senior' rhchf Choir

Cb.lrm.n-II. Rjbert J. Ittterlot I 1962 was 2.8 per cent; the nation I Bruner is typical of the local flower I'bll' H..nrd. of M..I1. 1'utii.U pm. tvemn. Worablp :00 p.m. Thuraday. Midweek Service

Wad, !.i0..a-ej., o=._ Stuart Llona Club'n.liltntHliworth al average gal was 3.2 per cent growers history lv. .FI..rldl. or cOII"III"1 W'n..'., JEHOVAH WITESEBrt
8chnurbu.ch Sail Buttons _.- "re. I..ra 7:10: p.... NId.oob Bibla Study Sunday T p. .
and the residents of the southeastern ---
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCI Wad, 7pn>.. tuwu ttouaoItuart I.Kit: I. \ll\t' I 55(5555 l : I IIH and will ,coimld ul.Ji.ll.inn. thi... 1.1-toss,-) Monday_7 ,ilO p.m. Bible Study
Ind-.II :
".... 8.o.dPv..i.l.ltDr. Mates increased their incomes 1- lo' Olijtcllon, tn the' liropomil H I I t'lo."i v Tbunlay 7t80. Schoolt |
William II,... Soroptlmlat Club by 4.5 cent. 1111: 10! NM ; t..H n> III. of bill I ,, :ithi.uld bv nuhllllll'l;!i --- Service Jlnt... .1
Ird Tu.... a pm. community Ceote I'r.OldOt.-IIdlO' Wolfillaril And Citation per .' "" 511 tu the Clllif hnirlinei, .fru.I.,.. oltin 11'11'1.:1: : ..1'.11.11 REDEEMER
Ihura.. .00, Blmltao IBB Per capita income is I measure r.oVi'iir1"1" Intirnal 111"1' h u .1.1I 1 : : LUTHEANI.Ocoaa BlaV
__.... Beech Araa I':lll.it ...... I"I 1", IIdn NOTU U l I. hci lJi also that th RlV. )
Joy.... I of the economic level of an SuS,11 blISS"Id hIlls' Huldlnl ..I.h. a-m. .
Freildent--Krenk "'o..b.r.I. 11..r :l. mlKiid ", .unday School Bible 't.
,IN lilt.s'rs,: flrat 1,11l tlll to i liblialiKua
.' Mon., dlraotora I p.m, rrld."I-Vlrl. Pryor Awards Listed area It refers to total personal in.COlUG ;I 6t ( mi::nlr:' ''I. toT liuatrea, UK: .rv.: u,Mill"i. .Irlll .' 'nl.ll.nIne, ISbn am. Worship _.t .
link .
Port g.s... 1.1. pm Ion divided by resident population l"It.iNhc I I ) the to diilliu 0 ,maki' ail, ,' of MAKTIN l'u'TY 1 )UIT'IJ CHRIST' THE JUNO .
..... 'oKuANiZATioNgTAmarkan : I0, It ., 1.\11. ol any ir all of mild I land' Ihu, HI) inn al LUTItE
Pnel lanl E. C BlaehmaB l I i U1 1'.I..ld. 111.nt. .
Bud Taunt.. I t..., t IrehoueeProaldali VETERANS the 1 Stuart Sailfish Club has I of all ages and includes I employed 1"1.1: 1.111'1.' If and Khen: made aliallI: li:. alilijftland :i iI" riKlmir the ...,,0 IIIe "I K.;I'rH 'P.JCINNSOX P..t,
Lafion, 1..... 8..c"C..m..d.rI'w. I issued citalions and button to the unemployed and retired SIll 111': 'Kl'i'liri'M'loiU tl." Truti rourusrrv. ing I ltoIh'm..o. u'n'i' ..I nVrVir,001"1"11"1-:; ,,00 sm. Church School
1..nd. All .. t uf Hie ..le f 119. .r II,. 1,1 111011, late. ,, 0:00: mm. '' Cl...
_M. R Ronnr.) Kelae 1,4..11 .u.., p. Bali following tishernicn through the persons HUNn v,11"> 1 MI II. ./ .. 1,1"'ul., and m.lul. ulI.; .r )UI'I: C4li.ATYII La las .... 1.11 1'0' Warship
.n< 1 b...., P a-m AnorkaB Coil lon, StuorlCnmund.pJola haniber of Commerce office: l-ast t year's total personal Incomeof 111.. '' II ,,1.'I.<\ I '"'' k'IA:1 I'I' "I.Ilri 'ii," Ilo..n or th"o.- : lln '5:5'Eybl.ul'31it.ST FIRST
,I ,"t I | d'r. I'Ui'r" bsu'r Hind, lo nillllliln MEHODIST-tO
R.ull Monkanta Dlrl'lon < I'" 10')0. .A.
Malloiy Vero Beach Floridians came (to JII.9H- 1"1110 fl. .IY 11EV. .
L 1,10' ,,, I" ..
I 10l'lutll't
I Kilal. "0 nhlili for r )
"' t'I'I.h d''lln'"I'
It.macliIU .
Ch.lrman-"hw ltd Bud .Ik rl 1., ., BallAmarlcaji ,1'"I. 'y O'iOo.mMulog
Tb.,.. Stuart Cbaubar Bulldto. seven-loot, .aili'h. while 000.000. up 7 per cent over 1962. I hl'."' ,.u''''' I .11 ,'.''a''. I" I th.' ti.n. Ih. ''n.lrunlnl .I U\ L :"TI.:1:: It COMBS, 10011 .. Church Wa.bl
.:. Lotion, Iudio.trnaComuudrdim "f ''h,, t' ,", .r ., HiI ,"' 1..II.1ruh. .
"" UvbyHaU fishing aboard the ; treaJ. While this gun was larger (than (',''1', I..1",01.I ,' ,11 hi tin.Jiiilm. ('OU""UUHo" ; of the Truatica ot .. Jinn. 1. 1. Jr.. 19'14' I 1100: .m. Moring Wunohl

CONSEHVATIONAndukM CU pm. with Captain Von Jourdun, the national figure of 5 per cent, ..I "liio I. I.. vlthln alx (in I;) the Internal ltl'roveilonflt,, *und of wo.hI p.m. V.ut ,

SoclotyPrr ,. Pu' tll Lailon I.. Paul Barr., Orlando seven the stale's population also mocd'k .11"1,11',I ",".I'h.I oul tin, ditto niif the Dime of "Iol"lATT. 1. "115K: I "I "'n' .p Sll.I'"l (175 II'S' July and p.. 10.06o."i: duel
.lrl.nt-Euiana Moo A..ri. A..I." 8.. Mevi I l" 1t11 Idi lhl. ". ,'. \I1U18 :?. Oovernor IS A" .. .. t.d' 0mm.
Ird Mon.. P.m.. fir., .110011I IlDODII I randan -.Mra. Imm. MoCu .; .lnch while at a greater pace than the Ic.l I, I.,,11'',111' ll.llllwrliliiK lid tllllHt .Il" .: : 'IS I .t \11' (lOLA- TRINITY _
LHUI| Walton Laafua hd1 II .., I fishing aboard; the WifM. The final effect of these ." .,",,1 mum, i 11011'' the 1.la II,' \v K KIn) ('hh.t i.nitiiiu ..tl' .50. hIllS R.V. NEI. ( UNSALDI .

p.lI.nh-4b0r1s. Klndrad Amtrkan La.loa Auxiliary, Stuan I 1.1 0. ,. ",,"I 1..1 '. aIliro., Irunleea, I I. I I I"llllIlust l?( TIltII'l'ATI' l'U"1 ..... Sunday ccnool
lat ,... I *.m.. CourlhouM l'r..ll.nt--Mra. Clam May l.lrnaa I with Captum AJ. WhiticarC was that Floridians' per or I 11.r.hl I .111"1,I ,, ,"ud, ".f' I be : Jinn' 11. 11. 25. Jult I. UG! Ol' tliOOa.in. Worahlp Service

Junior Conaanratloa Club. Ind.41H Mon, S p.m., Lamoa llaU I 'lay ton M Cameron, Cocoa capita income did not stack up t>o 10 I 11 t" ,1.11111 I I, OUn'fll..t'l.w -. _.- M. L. StW31.S. ) till p.m. fu'n'df.Wr""P mad
tuaa TilO P.m.. Htuart Tautk OuUIStuart Iii. all I.' l l hrulle void"o..rdl" : .5515 S'Sl'I: SItIIcSrIn. : : 1,1., IAW1'11 1'
Martin County Ouracka, W.W.I VataraoaCominaiidvr Beach, seven-foot sailfish, Arthur wel in 1963 when compared with I.. I.w. .l 1.:1\ TO tltl-UIIOHt' : .
--- -----
Fmldant Sallll.k Club -I'.lilllp A. Ki .. W. Nulowieh, Cocoa Beach seven national average us it did in )111111'1'; : hI.I'l4l'lt Hud 'IIU I III NH .111..:?'" f.'III A Niwni"Vi0ld, ".' ."ho ..1.' "' Mutiritd 11EV.OSCEOLA 0, H ITWPET METHODaT. .
W. B llradliy lit Ird Krl.. J B. I'I' KNIGHT JR,
L .
000..1' d. .
irtt: Wol:., S ..m., tanaral xaatlnrIrd C' -fool, six-inch sailfish, while i 1962. I II"" TII.11:K M lit-":1'1\('lit 'I.UII.6 mid, l'oliiliroul." lo fit.h.ruby .1.4 mm Sunday l.bol
W'ad.. I .m., dlracwra, lat NalL Bk. Martin County S.rracka AualllaryImlilulit "In Flondians'. t',,. 11'\, ,, 1'1 I, onyrItiinu a.m Mornin.
p Mil. Hulk N. Hull fishing aboard the Howdec, withCapliin 1961 per capita .\ "101'. C.T.of OK I IC ":ndaald s 1,1.11 lhe> Iuo Woman. a WorshIp
- - - .... Ckurak Ilr, 'HI',,i,. of l"t'nllt,! w. J"T'1'1 U. SVIIITVII1. II 1:1: %0 agulot ellAIn); I the. Uia.lonary" Society meetB
lat Ird >rl, I 'Id Cum. Bill Burdgc.tilitions income was little over 86 per \A { W. f
FMEMENS ORGANIZATIONS I HI"'h., 0 k I .'ralk I I"un'd, I fl', .r ''hn t'IIIltlIV, J'o.lgo. of .. ofh.t" li4* *.
.ran'a C.u..1 ol Martin County were issued for the cent of the national average whileIn 1'h., ,1", .IH.'d : "." S County, Florida In Hie, L'"rl.: .
.. rlramina A..IIIa"I'no.ld.n u'I'I. 1'11'1. I''IIU" Jlj Pm Prayer
I. % Baaak : ; Service'
(hulrimn' ,, W. I.II..rI" R Chase and 1962 it was Just under 87 In.\IL I 11111 1 LKA11V UN 1101 boo" .at Hiiniit. Kloilda. withint P. Bo.rd
--Mri. M.rlo I'ruliibIrE following: per 1'1 I'.J
IluniB WiiuR .1" ) laUndar niontha, aar I.
II pin .IOR ly."I """" t from the : : tr'
Mo."' I mm.Jo. I u. 1'.0.1 Howard C Colier. Eau Gallc. cent. This shade of difference is I Ii M,"'.i- i,i, I Vdnilnlalra, .. TO (1.1. IT M.\V d"I" of I II.I ,' firm puMl.-nti of thla ob .

..* B. ck 'Volunlar Fir. I>apartaMBtTuaa VFW. SlualCommood.rJnbt sailhsh not so as it may 1,10, t' "'.1. COMNi.lli' WII.I: hulir,, KH,'li ,'iul o d'l'innnj, mint: OOU'rHESN
.. I p..., Flr.nouw Id Murray : inconsequential .111 I'loI, )'""11.1 I.k. '" I. I hinlivIHlt lluil, .:.. lue In wrlllnv and mount elate the 10EV. Ii. H. MEHODISI
Ind4tb Ihun. Coldaa data Bulldlnt "( llftraI1." seem for it could indicate I soften ",,1.1, ,"," Iuif .ho. final iiII "- pl.'o I ui "Mldeiice, and pool ifflit.iiKK .' 0:10: a.,,. Wor.hlp Rnrnio
fort 501.... Flr.o .'. AualUary James Z. Burgess fifteen ing trend if continued. "I ,, 11'1. turn Slck"1.lllnl."t"r, fo,1 .t III,' 13" .odd' of the claimant and muntnwoln tOnsil on. Bundoy School
Purnid.ut-Mup ... VFW.. l.AoulwaC'umrnnndmJu..pb Slart Iuh.: .1,11', 1', .1.lr ii, .I I9(4.I ,1.1,. ,' .:dll 1. I lne'uord: bA I lo bthe c"IIIII. 1.1.ogonI 1,111: pm. "p".rtb jn.
Ird Thura. IwO u.m.. FlrahouM W ProatABlaclrd -pound, "One underlying cause lies in -.- I 1,01. hr I hIa, .\.1. l'etllll," tn.filal or his attorney. wi b.- 'lao, pm. I..nll.

fart SalvM V..lu. aar Firs D.a..Ipr..ld.0kMub.'b 1.1. ..1 p.... Puat lOom.vz.w. Richard W. Rccs. Cocoa, si-fot. Ihe proportion of youngsters MilI: 'Ill 'I' .n SSl.I''s l'S Sly dim'Inn HImil that I In' will COln void 1.dl'l, 'n .. ....."nl

10....... T.... 'Iroho.Johnson. Aualllary, StuartCnmmnd'rM eight-inch 8if" while fishing awing in Florida s pop Ul- .''Itl'1".I' : MUIIIUINl. ,' Jr.lo (th..,.'nly llonoiable.In,lue of 110rln KvunaClary /0/.otdtnIbu IH Xh!JW1IS., cell, 1loS:4m.in .. Mtl.. ..

,.. Jelinlo Hmllh, aboard the with Captain ulation at the expense of the income IN 111-: JIISJt'I'I' 0' .Iilt%,' oi. I'll July lllh of M. I U ""Iln. deieaand "U pm. Prayer Meeting
) ii
'RATiiiNAL-OIt li Ti Ni lat-lrd Wad. Oolil.n Cat. houdini "Curbee Last : I 'I'" for: apirovHl i I cf the, .,tme .: :r CRAftY. CiltKT .CllAItr FIRST
Acacia Cbaptar. Ord. ol D.MolayMa.wr - - - All Kaphcl producing age Four. I ) final dlmhnrid, 'U' .. 1 41. 5(111. 11'. irary 51EV. MEHODITJ. _
Councilor-)'vld Uum.n MISCELANEOS Howard Douglass Eal Gale. year Florida ranked ninth in population 1111.I ,.....il i of. .thi. 1'.1.1.: of iLdnIX I. II. "r Atlrnov th eceltIe. for of the Admlnlatralrlx, .'4..... Sunl.I. .Mc\.ICE'

.....t>i Mann tilO e.mu HaiwU Tompli Clull Air foot ineli tenth( in total income and 10'11'1'I : III I hill.ill 1,1115 i .. I. m. Muroi,5
.Irl itcven- eight- *. All ,,i "f ,,. .I.'a' or Julie 11th, l'lltI.I M U Newman, deieaaed :10 ., Wrsbla
A..... Maaonta Ladco ( nman"l.i' Itutcnnnt. J. F. Strung R iinscy, Irving Tex, seven-foot, thirty.first in per capita income" I'AlthtIc\ 1.1.-1\ d..d., I Kvlclll'l'T MChHJ, rub: May 20, June 4. 11. 11. 1964mill' 1,50: p. Myr E..nI,
Womhlpful MaaUf-ChrLtlan Kalb ... Tnudayo. 7 10 p..0.Commltt I'rh.ti''""11(1 I, d.1 "u"I ""lulr.1' Ia .t Almlnl.I..lo, '>f Ih. J.I.te.r : S;00 :. : W;
llt-lrd Tbun. I .m, Maaop.ll lampla two-inch saillish, while i I fishing tie : Thur.lny, ('hol.
p "
oty 11" I "",, : Mialvlir, : OK ,CI ::
,1. II SIIl'ill5'5"N BUIno' : I. ,
ol 100halrniun icdI.1
'' .hl'h Thur.duy,.
with four '
aboard the with Captain A camera equipped It'toi. lflill.l, ', 11,111 Ihoofli '." ChoIr
A... Mill. Clrcla. Elba ( I ll' .llte II .. : 11 IK I in IMI r. H stl
1 .
12nlnlunerutin. ,'. II ,,,, ll'I''MIN 1'11 FIRST
I. lr """, Nor.lit. 3tIl'Il.tKIhl. PRESBYTERUN
*'1'.ld..y. Uurulhy Hardy A. A. \ hiliear.Frills lenses identification photosin I IllllhO' lOt 1115 \1" 0 r s-ri: "'
LlrorIo-' Phillrluli take I. '" Ff"'I.I i'I ,. I III ('ourl.hiu ,*tIrrIltt, for .Idllnl.lrkl., SAI-oLM
.... 111. J. ItEit'itI
tmi; Loda.
Ina Ikuri I .1 W. U.. hind., AT ,. Rand. Wahilgtl.n. D. C., quadruplicate ant develops ., ,"f i "i",",, I I..",, ,,0.... within sIn 1'Jb.: June 11. II. III, July t. 1!HUIN MAHIt l'IulItiff. I I % A. 'afiP'aS

p... SIgma Phi Sorority Lady Collera Aiaoclatloa -fool, four.inch sailfish anda them in one Col'lIllu' ",,,"IIi. 11.1, ,fl 11.. llutn of ... 1".d.
the Hal ,, ,, ,, : "m. '
f te|
tpllla. ZoU Ch.ptarIrr.l.ient ,.ild.nl-Mra. UIH 11..1 fifteen. and one.half.pound dolphin --- ---- !.:' 'h' "1,1 1,11, .I.' ,, '' ,| ". 'httorllllu 1IIH' f IHMSIH ,'r l.t".1 OK Till: I.UIJi \ KF.ONH lion pm. Wo"h'PB Inl..
'A! !
Abbottlil.rd U.0' .: : : I" 1.1.1 It"Ht l.renl..nl m YOUnt a
.M U J Too... 0:10 ..0.. M "oi* Ctxy. Club 1.:1 ITI.'T ,,1 I ,"u",II, 11111H. tIU.I'r. \I lu or FUo..blp
Tbura. t p.in., BoaM Norm Rand Washington D ill, ll.0I il I 0'.1. Ih. ,110'. tNII 5" I I 'I 1'' 'n. ly a \1 or suer I' PRESBYTERIAN
Lively Arta ClubPru.idonOMru. INftNT: '1'" IN*:Ml "f ill", ,, I l''u'.fflc'' Hddl. l-IOIIIIIt. 1.5wisIS. ", I In lop ho"oo nll 01 II,. Sou.. IOMMVNIT
C dolphin while :11'ot 1 ,, ,,, ,, .
nineteen-pound """ .1 I \
XI Gamma Phi Cbaptor \ SIIIII.: .' lift II" "" iIii II IK usiorn< l'.I,1 I 0 f I'A.N1
Ir..lU.nt-.Mr.. Jua tlnl.ytitlrd L. Ainky .Arbacaatrd fishing ubonrd the Marybob III," 4>|i. Nil.. tIll Hl.ltllHMlTICL 10 b1 'I". I.",i",,,i. inn auont, irI 117: .(.I''ul 1..u.. ..slIIot. .1.1".UI Ii.. 0'1.. '. .,,,. OICKSON. Paatori
)rl, lilu komeaMartin ., 1"II.
Ihura. I ,.... ....... pn tile. 111""" I "I "III Iin "ma volilfi'uKf IS :' "," .1..I"d ni JI"O, I. 19d !-! .,.... wo'rX tssl.Rumanian
with ( Scrimsher ,, 1J 11 .
'ur dIlIg I .I 1"fnll.'ITHP n. ,,,
'lpluil IX 1ll'lOl4llY (II\K\1 sold ', .
County Fair Aiioclatloa 1\ H\ 1 l"l ; .II""I"nl In so "'n" lion p.m
Oauibtora al tba Amarlcan Roralutlaai Earle 1' I COMMIHHIOS Ul .,. ,' i Stay 1""I. .IA'ISI 1.tCHIIII 1'\UI' Ou I.."."I r"'nrd"d '1", V..t _.
.J. W. H...., eehug. sevenftit. 1111)) UrlT \ ; : h'ln. In | ( Pila ,. ..
R..nt-Al. Marjorw MumbO p..II.nc.- |. I :,(, 111'n ( ... Aduit.Yut
I irY IIH' 'IAIHII.IW 1..IJ'I.. I" i ii ii 11" I boo' C..
7 ISO Agricultural Bldl sailfish "hileh. l'I'AHT. .t'1 lnnl
Ird Tbnra. komaa t Mun. ,.m. I \ :?. AMI: : r ;110., 1Cm tIll orT 1H55 Fold.III ./ .llhl, mid Inter rND. RIV.

M.......' D.MoUr Club Martin County: C.1 and Cu.1 ClukPiwllent ing aboard the "Spray 11," wilh IHS\V NO.HUH. ,.AH ..ssll.vl.Kll.Nil : ; : : I. 1.I.k. Lieuuuiod. OIP I 1.1"I, t dimrLluenea .at of ISO ,,tr,111.. lleitno In hors UNITAJA.II FILLOWSHI
frail,font Mr.. Jouk... Wrliilit -Kd Hlllboard I;t: TH E t I TV /UMNO I I"It I : ( ,Hlll'hc 1'l..rldu Ud3 mil for the follow In* di..rlbed 141 : Inhu..C Port \ '::

Ion Mon, 1 It p..... $..." T.mpla\ 7...., tllll p...., Clubboaaa Captain Ray_Young lilNNV Vt I\U L. I IN lllhlHHUNAKTUt Al". .''.,r" 1 hi'"uiiorII #1.21111! DR.'la' T.a .lopeilv. totaled Ill Slotl.." ( ounly. )!: :': : SortIe, WO .
KH I'll I Uhll I. 111 lorldu to wit : School:
: : NIl. am,. .
L.',..* Aunlllary .. Indian .... Martin County. Bureau 1.:1": u 'U Ti:,U'I'IO.,1 i : : : I TU HI: j. tla'I., II,.,1.1. ,1 t.6.'U1UO :
Encaatpmoat .rl .. l'AI01 L.'S\11 l JUI". 'I. 1 I. II. 25 1HIMII One Uenlal TrullorTrail An undMlid., olle'IluIf 11110.. LCWtBh.dlo.S.wn
Kru.. NOWItHNU ;
ChUf Maularcb Ololpa Enamaa 1.ld.Alh.r... IN 'lilt I lltlV t Ul .j I. TI I.\M < eat In the rlbed l 10:111: .. .
ELI Tuai.. a p.m.. boor Hall Id 1.1. InuMartin \1 JIIIMItl. I : : : lt-1, : ) THh 11 IS 15511 I Sill III' I 151" '1551: Trailer"r No Hlae. SUIISTexaa \ S |>ropertalttiate 11'r,1; and; be- tan P.m..l.nd.. School

Indonaadont Ordor ol Odd FaUaw County. Amateur Radio Club III'tlH:Illll Hfr. ..>.t..KIII."1'1'" 1':1'\. I''I'1:1I.jnSII'. )"' I.ASIIHI'I I. II \lln: "' IS .Ji...illS'Il.11'11'/ .,.IS'o 11itl3 LUenae Tug '.\-2140 Inl wit In : )1111. (. lorlda, till ,... ... .Ito".I.I.!Ib. I

Nokia brandLoula Cha.i n "..II.n-HI, U llton IN I II *N : :IM.IIHhVIHlLU 1 1tICHIII Al a'Is'I'St: S'hllliS. lll 1. .4
P..1otoJuh, 1>. Grayl.tlrd Tbo' .. I p.m. AT '.18 U 1':1'1..rl! '.. .. t "AHTll'I.I.Wl: \ILY t'I'. ".'.n "". ::11010 THE. UTVTB' OP !'.\ TOsAlk : 8tartltiK at a point where an CIHSEIANI CHURCH, OF CHRIST

Tuoa., I *.m.. 1OOP Ball lu lIlt Itt. > III Itll. ANP atell CHURCH
Martla H.larlc HI. HI.CTIONI 10ALl I rHIHOVrl FIHM > c."lnl.ll"n of the Ch.rh Strool .
Cau.11 DTK I.
Indian P1... Encunpm.nl IICKItf ALt>'rOtl. I'InlliUff.HI 'Itltl'tutSTIIINl'i. O% NullS TI..I' 111 8m'. T. J.. Bb
Morrolltnt .' Vi\VMlII : H4T\TH: :$ 11 HMMXIOV ,.. ; In. : .
t | llll'IU.ltTl'Ol'lt 1 } : "x'v .NTr\r JlhB '
WIUoBInd4tk 81 H. l Tropltal '
I'.trl..h-hu'mn.d II
1 ilO Flrat NaUoBal Bk. 8IION HY l'I.'f1.ltHI' "" "Ill "I.U ISII 1. 'rul ,.r
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T..... I p.... loop BaU : :Al I IN IbAT l litu, C.\Hul. \ 11 lsTI'S: tT 'oil UPS 0THH1 AUOBMXCIULbU l"ornig t"bd".t.lnn, I lat ,1..,,. P'lndae. Wtoohlp
Multiple ElatIng Sendeeeorotary 1..r"Ie"nl. > ",'"n'. : IIIOPHITV 1, pave ,,, h 5.Thur.dRbhl. ,
J.... Baacb Squara Club aad AualUaryrr MUM V: .11 111, I'VLNI, IuIc.t'lhCIISNry 551551 It: 5lI' 1tlr Iterorla, interiiertii, the _
.ild<>nt--Coariia TutlloTka -Carl H Turner TO' ritwiild:' IBJI'klvy I 1'1', n/mn.v rintiitui TuCurl I 1"' ,", Tot ANn RVCH YOU ...r.h.r.h llm,' of Plate, KOH,I. e;R. Ihpn 7
h I am. ,,, t.NOM.VHT1N \ ). OP
( Wlmodauali) .CII Tu. I"i' H..n.' CulI'NOTICE :t hlI': dl'" 1' ''" iii.llfli-d that h. abovedrairlbed meed North '
Pra.ld.nl'' Mr. Haial PonbartInd Paint City Club I I.". "K..I.t ('allfurnla AIII., M I'.n''i I ,) priHiirthn" been ael.eduiuli nloiiK the U'U'I"1, i slec output incrcas.
.4tb FrL, I p.m., J. B. Conk Ckorek H.mo.lrl' \ ,,n an hereby ,n 'nulln. that IH urnmv: 1\.t:: to Y.il ". I 1".1 I Ill, ., II lltIl'a thKI 'r anil of 10., trait IU and lie baaterly. Ir on'Inl.lon ,1,1 e/toni tuna in 1938
Oul-of atat Maloni IniltadP PraiMont-Mr.. Lllaalnth Patlaraot i nliilnt,\ f.i: I.IM.IIC, haa all pel'noil* I Interiatvil ', a ( imi.lali, ,I i ifllOll : Chapter (
b.'OI ; ; I.r ; : I. ho. bern amended, and : r"r ,
.. ,. Civil COUMPolaclana : l'I".e lorldu', d14.01 fret 10 a ,in
lot T. an ill, i) aaalnat III Hi. al".v, anilr.ririlnir (ominlealnll of HIP City I 1Ir HHIlltlM' \ ,.,," I'I ahoy. nod Ir"JI.. Ins of Oh" : ,' Hoilth 2.451.0 162.tual .
.E O Slatarboodl YUI ,,, I. now In !
U.rliln haa ailoi trd a ,, Jro'il: ;
hv f.tt''lO.lu' ,
aiiee I i "' i' II,,
Kennel Club ; \: I In :: : ; "i ; l'Iulntiff Hoard of '" orIhl. OilirnMeet >.et trj "
P Ck.pUrFra.ld.nt Kl VTIIIt'N" It I" ui'I'.llh.I'f: f whlih aubaianive pn.vlilva 1IIIN..l.I'| .\ I in I 1 i inalun 001': tlr yn'tirrnl 1 "m'nl'ol.,'h of a of of the "TIlllllniBliilBllllliii I
.. t trI Wad, I aintiiilinrlit lo Oidlnanie Noisl I'oimtv and you ..f point "Innlnl all LUM
Mr P HIM .r.mro. il I'i or whlih la t an > .f wl i I, i II"I obtain dl- notified ., Si
..... .. Call AT meeting pl... ,. amentlutl. ",'In* the 1'. 1 I you arc hpr.bl further fnluwlnl o.lb.d' ;
I.' Moo., I pa. born v ,,i You are "Iulr.d| file your ae Znll"l vo"" 'I u" ,.. ,,1 lo rile our that a .. ihai'ter. R0181 Cu
Cl ChaptarrnaldonV Port Salem Homo DeBaoaetratloa Club \,,nwc-r or other 1'1..1"1 to aahlinnlnlnt ordinance or Ihe illy or An..o ,.tI' ,, ,,0..lh,1' tn aald, hue ho'....II"n.In th. fi.urt ('I'll lift,. Hi.nth 00'19'OT"Vr.timneed _
-Mra. C. B. Aiblay Zllliih ", on .r Ihe mull Mmliln, will be rnu'trl t 1"0.1'1 'uolIuit, 'I,", '., f" nth ilnyM of the Ninth JudIcIal t Ilr",1. ,In and for 1110 7) r.ul 10. 1151111' (boo.'. We 1,1
p.M.nl--M. 1..11 ,1., of 1"ly., l""l. ,ilmrwlaii' the hereinafter d..lb. partil or July \I'l' I "'II".1l th. allrnai Marlln, I'.ll, Kl...rlda. a,.pk North \\eat, Dr. C. Staaloa
4tk Wad for tOy Maaev
Ind 10 komaaOrdar lit ..m., I'1"
a.m illiarallona tontalniil' In am'h Comliilnt will be .. .ono It-i, the ." 110111 .,"I'"ll',1' ,I ",, oi i,h toniplalnti log the forfeiture o( the aald pronert for Iu;.U fi.el 10 them.e J e Pnaident
af Rainbow lor Glrla Riptide Playera at M.rll CountyProeldnnt wi he taken aa lonfcaaed. being .." '. anil the parcel ; : I II' ::::::: ':, ,r prl hjr you, >.. and you are hereby directed protend.rth OlTlJliT" Eat: M....
Worth AdnI.or..ilu,.. Cuulur C. Rhaw.tint lvon, lb neollurt'Ill then or land whkh la I. b err..''"I Kla .< 0 III 'I"I :;,.: troop enI'Urk ,| to file >our fi.r IT*.II feet to a p,.111' Held' S.ltl
Johnnie ,0 1.lm.
Io -'rd Turn., 1 :10 0 m.. Maaoula Tampla General Meetlno u,"n "eil "narle. Mm'h nnaver, orII more particularly .....e'.lb.1 aa parlo. lila'11' "' '' ; ," ploOI' .n 1.,11.0 and enow eauae I point b.I,1 :'.(,' fpet H.uth t.f Trade
Ibura Winds
: .n
Royal Palm RaboliakaNokia t., Ihura, I O.p.m.,., Bualnaia MeolliifSt '' I,ei, t'l.aillnuinum In. flltil *'llhllu folium: i In ir niiint I,, ol ',I :, ,,: I .1 nr ). '". liih, ,ih IOD4 If not ppr the N.rth line of anld trait
Grand Mr.. G.... H.ll p. ('I"'k I of thla .1"1. and a conyih .bl. '""I u"t? I "I' hereof muatllaJntlff ,,I.aI1.roO.. I will l I.roi.e.a Sill) : Ih.n,. proceed Niitheaaterlv --
lat-lrd Mon. I p.... 1OOP HaU Luclo Inlil Yacbl Clu.Cnmm.doLn ,'rrof maat he .rvrdnut. the All of Blink 1 I. Hertlon 1. HII I.. seen "I"' 1,. ortlunhtrrat.il In and ltliln twenty dn,. 1.1' by tonve scorn, whoae
I Miintlff or ''lh.tlfCotturnyi. .utle E.elatea Huhilivl.l.m aanlii.wn l'Iointlrr" "", radlua I. U ftet
Stuart-Jonan Elk. L.... U7O H.wkan neraonal I o"r i \ Ice If pot'lOnolIp.erv'lu I and la a
Ei.lMd:. Rul.r-I>oaa Tookarp Yaobt Clo, ",",hierBnit / < hiKhterann. V. U b, I 1'1.1 rei order) In I'latHook Ol.h" ," "". I' I. Drawer ItWurt d Kith: lr : ,: '". hei-eln, why the anlrlpropei 7- ,tirvp, f,II.tore dlnlame, of ,\
P .... Noodo,. 1' Hiawer II .Ilu..I. HnrltlaThl 111. I'HK TO I'aim Hi-ath Ilu..I. 'I. ...1. t> ah >uld not forfeitedpurauant llii.iT'' to the point of begin-
Stuart Board. ol Reallora ,. Not', .h.1 he pub- I-ounly. HoillH. Kfcorda (mow N.ti" lr "' .h.n b. pub. ti.aid ,hapter II" CITYCOMMISSION
'tuort Skrlno ClubP,1d.ot.Jubn linhed In The Mtuait .. .- I 7.1,1110" County. llehvd In Tl ,,'I Ibu"l. .
\ .... Tilt on 1 11"" I tt.Wl you I... rile 'lalm aa .
Aljctllat .w.I
p..ld.n&-R.n. I'.nt'T Iii blishtnl 1 In Htuart, Martin paper 1'lhlh'.1' 1 i,", rli l entered Nollie, I. hereby given that
> nn
T..... 7 Manatoa Yacht Club lat Thur.. 0 p.", Stuart R.. : i the .Iu..t )a.ln Julnment
p.m9 itv. FtrrWa. nine every neck Dald Or ill n ll'i' .n."dl"t County 'I"rln.i u ,' ypy aarnlnat In due.iir"e ttidneaday the ith day of '
UnltW Commaraul. Tra.tiara 11..r ... Sockty, I I"i. Mir ponaectitlve vieeltaHONK ".>nlnaordlname wil ,I"|iteilon rOt t.ur, ,,o"" 11', ..' ". .k herein p.r..n.n"t permoilally you aerved Kith 1M4 between the hour ,.f 11: .'
....Ior Counaolor-Ed Howard .. H.menw.y ANM. i>Rr lat Tbirl, I pm. IOOP Hall Pr.I..IThom., Publn Library 1.1",11"iIathiuth! ,I ilov r. tune. m4 r lul. titiwiliiBT or 'h. (lt\ loin. tltlo ; ,.h I ,! a tIetitirn rr forWJttire filed hereIn nn the aal day at the front A.l.t
UnltW Daufklara ol tba Cunladonwyproaldant lon. pm. win nrv i i-i>i of Hut \'I" or Hluart HorIda IbIlI,'lIly 1'I' R 11t.r from the underet* .' of it he M.rtln County, CV>urt Hoop,
-Mra MarvlB B. Kowall Tourlit Club. ('I yrtute or n't"'tt. COURT unli-aa at lime objoittona (' : ,Ii. tIOY.) I will eell Bit rlarht title and lntr- RtCl1R MEETESG

lad N... lat-lrd Mon.. I ... Tovtk Ceo naMHTIS I' II'ITY. are filed or Komi rraaon I. ehoanae r :H : ; tnT COI'TSI0 my hand and of rat of the amid Jamaa 10. Kearno In
1HWIIlly > h> ealil OrdI nutw.lhlou Id % al Wuart .40 described 8.00
Ckaptor Ord ol Eaalom Star V Court prnper- : p.
Unity r : 2nd
W. Matron-Mr.. Jo.aph Kobarla' 8rlnd /./ IUII.YS' rIA.\ : not be amendeilThla ay ion ,, ;', Florida, thla Mth Siuf of MayTXHIOTHY : | at .tl'b'union to the hi an. aoo 4tlMONrKtYS

.4th Tb,"..:.I p m.. MaaoBl Tampla. One quarter of the firms local Ifli..nit Court I .oaliflt'ltthl'Bh4NliV hInd Notke In the:le Htuarl to he Vewa.Llated p.b1l.hrd1w Ott' I COU'1 I"..1: A.D lOll. rfaWTK. ot.. eaah all ,eoata.Mven aatlefy. bId

lUUHTGIUHOV thli I ilav of June, 2584. HiUS above ( under mr hand and logS
I' Clerk of the Stuart
GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS eJ on Rout 128 arount Boston lIp Win .\. CHy C-.looIo.: have en e MITgraduates. '. ('0. llr..r 1 (lty il.rk ami .AultWrSuntyrCItrof U. A By /Derothy Pierce ROT C BAKPR. VHERirr PuWIe
Mopov-OO.' 0mb.SsS.dtk Htimrt. norld. ( : HtuartPuUi > I nrird. MARTIN rt'STI. FI-ORIOA Aal Wlo

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Everything t'ailable-from a Room Unit to Central Set-up

Air-conditioning Is the Answer to

Your Comfort All Year in FloridaSee

Your Local Dealer for IM" 0 Vow-T'

The Model That Will Bring

Real Living InexpensivelyAre aexslg ao

you missing/ out on the greatest "real living" blessing that has
ever happened In South Florida? Is it going to be a long, hot summer
for you-or will you make the decision now to really enjoy living?
You don't have to vacation in the Blue Ridge to enjoy cool moun-
tain air and restful sleep. It can be yours, right in your home, with oi'
'engineered air-condilioninn" 0 f I
your residence, or simple; inexpensive
room units Air ing your place of business will nol) ing claim8-110 that the buyer has
only speed up efficiency but will some understanding of what he's
also pay dividends in increased buying-provides a third powerful
customers reason for the trend.

Not only will you be more com Unlike the window air-condi-
fortable, but your home will be tioner, a central airconditioningsystem
more valuable with air-condition Is not an appliance and its '
ing. This has been proved nation installation is emphatically not a
do-it-yourself project. Properly :
wide.Central conditioning, once installed a central system will, <
the rich man' toy, is becoming an provide years of trouble-free, economical o
accepted item in the life of the indoor comfort. But if
nudelle-income homebuyer. put in improperly, the homeownermay 4 :
At the close of World War II, have an inefficient installa
a mere 43,000 homes were centrally
I tion.A
conditioned. Most f central air-conditioning .. .
o sys- -- -- -,---- --- -- -
these had two things in common: tem should be tailored to the individual -
they were luxury houses, and they house! with all\ its unique :
were located In the South problems of orientation insulation Allergy Sufferers Find Relief
Today well over 2,000,000 expanse of glass occupancy and I
homes are centrally airconditioned other factors.
and they; have very little incommon. If equipment is undersized it
. They can nil for anywhere will not he able to hold temperature With Central AirconditioningIf
. from $10,000 up and they to desired levels and will overwork ?
can be found from Minneapolis at its cooling task A cen- -

;to Miami. tral system that has too much cai I you are one of those persons Icrgic reaction to tree pollen blunt Mores. flout through the air with
So sweeping have been the ad-: pacity may be even worse, engineers who sneezes during hay fever season thcimneezing and by eyewateringon the greatest of Hili,mid in vary
vanes in air-conditioning that the say. In this cane, the system or, 'even more nnfortimnwly a 'Spring cold" or a "sudden ing quantities.
(Federal Housing; Administration reminded will cool the house ,quicklyand a person who suffers from year- change: in the weather" without "Different part of the country
field appraisers that"With- shut off. When it is off. it will round allergies, thin airconditioning realign the actual cause of their have their own lroolliMmiker: .*
;air may : largely
Comfort is the most obvious advantage unsuspected Institute/ siwh. a* rug
([-obsolescent" levels. -of.air.coailiUi>aug, but its by allergic people are molds weed and toldenruU in the South."
In, making the cast for install 'Although careful design ii a ability to provide year-round allotsgy which give oaf spores !hearing such Air-conditioning ,with adclIat.fillAlA .
nag' airconditioningtoday, industry prerequisite for an efficient central relief t* 'of paramount Importance latin names a* Altrrmana Houmodendrum is effective against mot of
spokesmen cite figure of the and Fiwmum. These these irritant
a J'oConditioninalmtullalion. a number toe lot of people.
[fFederal National Mortgage Awociation ,
of reliable guidelines have
' Roughly one in every five households
that show the life
of a home mortgage is average about ten been laid down to such the buyer ha* at least one member
buy wisely.i I One aid is a Air-conditioningHealth Aid
who is affected with meeting, itching -
year they argue the average cooling load manual worked out I
home of eyes or asthma resulting, from
buyers is
today likely

,to sell in a future will market not in only whichairconditioning be ing by the the anticipated Air-Condiliomng Institute cooling for and calculat-load Refrigeration ofa /pollen,allergies dust, spore and other airborne If You Suffer from the HeatSummer

commonplace but will be expected : Air-condilionmg can provide I
, -just as today' buyer expectsa the house task and sizing equipment for dramatic relief For example! tests heat places a tremendous I I I Even they were severely affected!,
added burden the heart
matern kitchen. Called "Standard" 230-62 for Application have shown the pollen count in an on showing SIKHS of 'weakness, eye
As recently as 1953, only about of Residential Air Conditioning air-condnmned space to be only 2,, A recent medical study ,show I failure, famines anti "headaches"
42,000 central air I of that outdoors the that, the first 'effect is .i
conditioners ," this form is available per cent at tin "'ea..1 Airconditioning 'wa mention
were turned out for the home mar- to all air-conditioning dealers and I height of the summer ragweed in the heart rate All the ed in the report an the best method
ket. This 'represented only about contractors and is a vital first MUon. But many sufferers are, tries to throw off excess heat. surface of combatting the effects: of
one-third of shipments. The other In estimating cooling needs. step Its reluctant to Install airconditioninrbccaUfIC blood vessels dilate and blood huU, cintUiilly for heart patients,
two-thirds were for commercial: use by a contractor or dealer is the period for ragweed pressure drops tertouvly. The blood the obese. and the elderly
installation i pollens-the best known and probably supply to internal organs Is lost,
assurance of a satisfactory --
Last year shipments of redden-, your installation<< the most .trountetome x J I causing an immediate .41ea.1 O m
list central systems bad climbedto tends'only MX to eight weeks in the-', physiual.efficiency. 1.ANDSC1PINC CAN
about 390,000 units out of a to- I' late cummer. |I If the temperature i il 95 degrees, CUT DOWN ON mAT;
:lal of 580,000 and had almost exactly YOU THINK Br.nT.R- Actually, however the allergy merely wnlkuig w as taxing .a* Landscaping, ; COM cut h>wn the
-reverted .the 1953 commer I IF YOU ARE COOL season caused by plant pollens last*, heavy labor under ordinary condition heat that penetrates a building in
cial-residential relationship by taking The temperature around you all. ear .in Florida, < }. The .added physical loud I the summertime uuid educe the
'Cve'P -i-two-third of the total. can affect your mental Many;people,,.caught' by an'.al-i Imposed by high'temperatures can : load on the air-codditiuning sys
Technical Advance. Scientists have found Oft: actually, cause a heart attack in a tem. Deciduous trees, leafy In
Technical .advance m central 'with weak heart 'thestudythowt
ency drops when the temperaturerises AUTO 'COMUTIOMNG' person s summer provide 'effective I un.
conditioning ire'partially crtd- end tae cause complete ,'-f the>'wintertime their
above 75 ,
degree P.' because ,IS .AID TO HEALTH screening n
lited-wtth- thin ehan} newer from anextravagant Hood it diverted from the ,brain eOltaf.e in thoseactually hare brunches won't block out the
"extra in the .home to beep keep the body coot. Test Automobile .air-coajjuoning offers suffeung from a chronic Heart sunlight during the se'ason thug
Ho t relatively low-cost competitive" at 95 degree F. showed peed a very important benefit to| ailment.In /you swum it. .C>MM end other
weapon used by builders to boost and accuracy in office work were suffers from allergies, accenting Uie; sturdy twenly-five persons ground plantings can lIMo reduce
valev But the increasing demand reduced by as much a* 95 per cent to Dr. Jay Spiegelman; of t h e -twelve of .whom" bad heart ,heat gain by,absorbing<< heat rather
of Americans for the same com- Albert Einstein Medical Center in.Piultfdelptua. ailments-were tested In a room than reflecting! it into windows,
ffort standard in the home that ., i heated to 104 degrees.. 1"aut.. a* har -.urf.&lCd area will.
hey enjoy m offices, factories and Television transmission 'woukl 'Traveling at thirty to forty fcrmg from heart trouble showed
Mores must be recognized the be impossible tuthout afr-r. Spiegelmaa( immediate ilgn of [primary factor in this dramatic tioning, which keeps 'both equip- said. *ocup Kj .of'tars with opien had to be moved to an .r-comlt.. Tests have established that' loss
.advance. ateat..ad.actors cool, despite: .mndrt**.are subjected 40. eight: Uoited atmosphere "within forty at deep 'dtfO' to bust weather ,contributes -
The industry' efforts to stand tremendous heat generated by transmitting to ten times the pollen!' exposure minute. Normal subjects wer e heavily to summer heat
ardize central airnmg equipment. when standing stiUV left ia the room for 114 minutes. exhaustion.

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THE STUART (ilL) NEWS Thursday! June 18, 1964

Impact I !>L Modern Cooling Greatest in Shine State I HI
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I Florida Pattern of Living Is ChangedPerhaps I

The front door now is frequently the same fashion and IIl'.I', ,1 I.i I.
nowhere I n America style terra cotta roofs, screened changed) completely by aircondilHoning ance
has the pattern of duy-to-duy liv- "Florida rooms,. breezeways, and I Clone are the red tile a heavy Colonial door thatis i ways indoors The formal I ,', ,/t,
ing been changed as completely by ceiling fans. During the war m roofs, the screened porches the I closed throughout. the summerto room is back, and for in,,,, 'hni
air-conditioning as it has in Florida months, living was out of doorsto breezeways and ceiling fans, and conserve cooling.Floridians i have to budget the amounting "",I.'I I.
according to architects, home- enjoy any vagrant breezes Because the open screened door Today'sflori.a may still cook out they can afford and ih '
builders, sociologist, and long- of the inescapable heat home has a white or light- doors in warm weather but those 'I 'l.'P.'
time residents.The dress-even for business--was very color roof to reduce heat gain and with air-conditioning now carry pen to have a pool (a'.1, 1.1'I
contrasting pictures they informal Summer vacations for air-conditioning loud A substantial the food inside to be eaten As'' many have), they keep cool the
present go something like this: Florida natives were usually out amount of insulation has been I the modern Florida resident with :'I pool by day and operate the ,.
Until the mid-I 950'., Florida of the state And the screened added! to the roof for the same air-conditioning spends much more conditioning at night wh<,/" lie
homes were oriented to natural front door was a universal truth. reason The Florida home is usually I time indoors, he dresses and eats I' whole .
ventilation, with Mediterranean Now, Florida life has been I a light pastel color for reflect- more formally. He entertains in family moves inilooi'

I Indoor Climate May Be VariedTo

Suit Your Individual NeedIs I 4.

there a single 'perfect' tem- and outdoor temperatures can 'be gradually lowers indoor temperature .
erature at which air-conditioning achieved easily if the airconditioning during the first hour of the
systems should be maintained unit is adjusted-not to a specific I' summer workday then gradually
The answer very simply 11No level-hut to a certain number raises. it during the final hour so
*' ." On the other hand, there of degrees below rising day. : that there will not be too great a
may be a best temperature for a time warmth. ''change as employes step out into
given space at a given time, although As the outdoor temperature I the afternoon heat. I
that temperature may be climbs toward 90 degrees, for example Experts further recommend adjustment I
several degrees different from the air-conditioning in a place of the indoor temperature -
'building next door, and occupantsof such as a luncheonette may be allowed 1 to the length of slay In a I z -'
both spaces may be equally to rise from 76 degrees to drug store an indoor-outdoor
comfortable. keep within 10 degrees of the out spread of only, 6 to 7 degrees is
A number of factors are involved side-thus reaching a peak of 80 1 recommended! Theaters can go
!, including outside temperature degrees As the afternoon temper as high as I 15 degrees difference,
and humidity type of activity ature begins dropping so does the especially if the lobbies and corridors i't7 LCk
in the space average length of amount of air-conditioning needed are used to cushion the
occupancy in that space number transition
and kind of heat generating appliances Some hotels not only maintainthis Like many things airconditioning rRI
etc. In commercial spaces, degree spread!, but hold lobby is a matter of individual taste. I
a matter of some concern is that temperature halfway betweenstreet Wherever possible, the equipment
the environment elocsn cause and dining room tempera- should be adjusted to accommodate -
sharp reaction on persons enter tures as a sort of thermal decompression the needs of the individual.
ing or leaving it. chamber.
A compromise between indoor A large insurance company
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been a stock-in-trade of science- BACK IN "the good old days" torrid summer heat drove our ton
fiction writers, but we may be get- fathers to distraction With mechanical air-conditioning in the I.",
fy lot closer its realization
ting a off future, would-be inventors of the nineteenth century came n'
,. according to a prominent business
fSli g1111.a executive.. with sorry substitutes like these. The gentleman at top left puini/
'a bellows-like fan with exhausting results. The studious lady at lop
day may possibly come
when we'll be reducing the body right finds concentrating hard as she works the treadles of m
temperatures of astronauts and "apartment fan. At bottom left, two ,swinging rakes whistfullv
thawing them prior to landing on play cards, while the patent drawing at bottom right shows how .t
a distant planet," according to an parlor rocker might power a fan attachment.
executive in the airconditioningand
refrigeration industry.
This technique, it was explained, quire trips longer than man's present !- It was Charles Dudley \Varnu
would overcome the present insuperable lifespan This is true even if not Mark Twain, who said thu.
i problem facing spacescientists the trips were made at the speedof "Everybody talks about the weather I
that nearly all other light-186,000! miles per second but no one does an)thin u
plants, in the universe would re- about it."

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TILE STUART (llorMi) NTWS Thursday Jim IK. 1964 3-D

Firm Capitalizes on Pride of Craftsmanship .v>. : Al.l II

Quaint Amana Is Refrigeration Leader I


were originally from Jermany) put. they're doing a lot better now sponsible for the dairy beef cattle A good market plus new methods .
Has CapacityTo and one thing thai they retain I than under the Old Amana system and hog units. No one crop i t. of raising future h.II11Ii.....
whether working m the modem farming for their own needs given prionu. Amana today believes I pork chops put hogs at the top
Produce factory or tending their well kept but not for market Today theAmana in diversified farming and of 1951 Amana productionA
farms is pride of craftsmanship I Society's investment i n the importance of any crop fluctuates few men and women still weave
The lifcstream of Amana lies : farm land, buildings, and machinery with market and soil conditions rugs knit mittens', or (al'leood..
lOOODaily deep in almost 2500(1( acres of totals about $2,300.000 Thisis en figures in their homes They
farm land where cattle and hogs, two-thirds of the corporation All the villages combined I have like the old techniques and visitors
gram, and timber grow big on a entire holdings. 10,678 acres set out in crops and like the products But the family
More home freezers are being diet balanced by nature and by Each village farm is divided into pastures Pasture-hmher land covers bills are paid! from money earned
built today in sprawling:: new plantbetween science. I departments under a farm mana- 8,851 I acres and solid timber in the larger Amana industrial or
the old millrace and a I Nature has of This leaves I 136 from jobs in nearby towns
I always been kind to ger with a foreman m charge 5,334 acres. acres
fenced pasture at Middle! Amana Amana. But, judging by the out crop production and herdsmen re for towns and roads (Continued on Pane 6-D '
than by any other single manu. -- -- -
facturer in the world.

This is the home of Amana Refrigeration
Inc. a multi-million-
dollar-a-year business whose 900 dimension in
employes can produce 1,000 food a new
freezer units every working day
They work on a partial twoshirtschedule.
The company also produces
a line of frcezer-plut-refrig-.
erator units. air conditioning for

In 1954 Amana went Into the
business of keeping<< people cool,
too. Its room air conditioner assembly -
line can produce 400-500
units daily. The firm also sells cen- more comfort ilmtlntl
tral air conditioning systems and

Amana is a quaint Iowa com
munity which began as a religious I SERIES
settlement on 25.1HK acres of land
back in the early 1800s, Its origInal 200 AIR
efforts were of a communal r COMMAND
nature with everything owned by
the Amana Society (similar to the
old Oneida NewYork ROOM
). The modern niZrn was J : : lei
launched by the Society in 1934.It SAM'M AIR CONDITIONER
started off by making beer cool c ;.
ers swiftly switched to all formsof __ -..== = = The Amnna 200 Series Air (Command I lots
refrigeration in World War 11 .== ===== you control your "climalo" with the delicate
-and then began specializing in ...
upright freezers. :: + __ ...-o-.. + === r touch of your fingertips Not only docs the

As soon as the engineers were -... __ =:=ES= Amana give complete cooling but genuine
convinced that the upright freezer ,:: .-v-. ____======== J control over fresh air or exhaust that lets
was more efficient than the chest =:
; :;;;;.:;;=== you control, the "climate" on all occasions.
that type,looked Amana like began refrigerators producing units and I ==-- __::=:::::::=ES
were as easy to use. They had a ... =_.. ::=:-.:::::::=:;--::; I It'* big In cooling capacity! You get more cool
clear beat on the rest of the in- ==- =EE ::::::::::::=; .,_ ing because all air is brought Into, the units

dustry. While competitors claimed =======::::::::; ;=.--- low.. over full width cooling coil, There I Is more
wouldn't work Foerstner and --
they ---
= ::;=""'-
his engineers kept production roll- ;;';;' than 17,280 square inches of cooling wrfacelt !
ing on the new stand-up freezers.In :;:::;;:= In the average room, the air will be washed

1953 most of the other major and .cooled every 3 minutes!
manufacturers followed their lead. QUALIFY BUILT QUIET-ENCIMEFRED:
Demand and production skyrocketed MULTI-ROOM CAPACITY I Quiet Cooling "Quiet zones" in the air con
Two independent research
groups Electrical Testing ditioner absorb or eliminate unwanted or

Laboratories and Consumers Un- disturbing sounds For example, the air circulated .
ion gave Amana top rating in the .oW I inside I in "handled" gently by low
freezer market. Foerstner and his
plant had again outgrown their speed Silent-Aire turbines; the motor and
backing and facilities.In compressor are isolated to prevent vibration

the refrigeration 1950 the Amana plant Society to a groupof sold Prices Starting at $1| 4 9.00 and natural sound motor sounds from being oh.jeclionable .
J ; absorbing' materials eliminate -
private investors headed b y
Howard Hall of Cedar Rapids one more unwanted sounds.gftWAwrAmmnmm .
of Iowa's chief industrialists. S.
E. Coquilctte board chairman of
the Merchants National Bank of 'iWi'j ';" .i11';' ';A''AA'; ; 'm 'i'I\'j'''''A'l''W'i'.i'll'i'I Y'''' \ t'\S'1m'''7''''''''/

Cedar Rapids. became treasurer $&iiemArArArft7m lli
and a member of the board of
directors. George Focrstncr remained S

as executive in charge vice president of .production and || Amana FIVE.YEAR WARRANTY ON TOTAL APPLIANCE |?j:

general manager of Amana. Refrigeration !Si5. 5 *** -__4r'V.' "-flffn n,...)(i,. ; ;:: 3II '
Inc. Today the company Amana Distributors and their Dealers Independently and not as agents of Amana Refrigeration, Inc., ::
hat stockholders
mc t nearly of them forty Iowans. : : extend the following warranty to owners of 1964 Amana Compact, Casement! Air Command, or Year 'Round SS

Factory space was doubled f n : Room Air Conditioners. = ,

1951 and another expansion I In : \: Free replacement or repair by an authorized Dealer at his option Including related labor of port i i ij I'
1952 raised the assembly line
quo- I j: found defective" under normal use m to workmanship or material within five yean after delivery' to the or
ta to 301) freezers a day. In the
spring of 1952 the board voted I iginul relaH purchaser. The owner b responsible for normal maintenance service such M cleaning of roll, water -! I
en additional $3,500,000 to double drain, and motor lubrication for replacement of service stem such M fpwkei, filters capacitor, rubber or E:!-'11
the plant size again and boost plastic parts, and material furnished In the Installation Ut| and for normal deterioration of appearance Item Sue :!
the output to 1.000 freezers a day. 31 to wear or exposure. This warranty does not cover local cartage or travel exensu Incurred In performance, nor I
Amana Refrigeration can make !i: does it apply to any product subjected to accident, misuse. negligence, abuse defacement of serial number plate, EI'I
that figure now by working twoshiftsr rs or repaired or altered by unauthorized personnel' so is to affect adversely III performance w reliability. ,
..*- ,, I
Last year an estimated 1.300,000 S This warranty shall, be effective only within the United States and when the product Is purchased I
freezer units were moved I into ,;::C from authorized Distributors or their Dealers. Purchasers from other sources, if any may obtain service from T1t!
American kitchens. Focrstner expects !:. :. authorized Distributors or Dealers upon payment of their regular scheduled: charge therefor. :i .
that figure to jump another .. l0BHgH _miULlB *M\\ *_ <. ** ,,. __ ,. I
150,000 and also intends to jump
Amana production another 30-40 || AMANA REFRIGERATION, INC., i\MANAIOWA
per ket.cent to meet the growing! mar g

wholesale Amana has distributors eighty-five and American outlets wiViVJVMU m mm m mmmmmmmmm mm m m mm mm m 1

in fifty-three foreign countries. :\"!!:lt.." :.VJ.?";:".!:".:"ltJ..U.! :.VJVJ.tJJ..VJ."J: !: : 'IU..U:11ruua/! : ; /.." .!:";-"J.";";";":.V.U.u.V.VJ.VJ.VJ.V.u; ; ; ; : : :>>%V UU: .'Ir.J
Best foreign outlets? Belgium and ,;
the Pacific Island of Guam-and
Hawaii and Alaska are both good.If .
your Vacation should take' COMMERCIAL COOLING & HEATING CO.
you to' picturesque Amtna..:yep\ I
will marvel at the combinajioti, (j ;

the The old old and mingles the new.with the new ROUTE 707 RIO DIAL 287.2034Uo .
Many of the "Amimtrs" Mill ctlnf Iff. *--- :< Z:
to the old "Dutch" ways (they

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4.1))lifE SlUARf(FU.\)NEWS\\ Thursday, June I II*. 1964 THE STUART,\ (Florida) NEWS\\ Thursday... June 14. 1964 !S-I)

First Home Was Aids RecoveryIn

AirconditionedBack "Come or /In. the weather's' fine". with( Hospitals

in 1912 r Aiixondilawinj.: in hospital" ,ads

pp' ElECTRI I AIR CONDITIONINGTHE in patient rrcosery and i II*< clearly -
The first home( to he air<<:cmdi .
I} therapeutic\( in the treatment "
toned belonged to Charles (6.sates ,
many ailments& savs John\ I l.
financier: and ton of "Bet __ .
Brown ailinmmralor(\ ot 1 the tons.munity
u Million Galc."
) Hospital''11 1 (ot\ Greater S)>Tllo
The year wu 1912 I and Gates BEA HEAT FEEL YOUR BEST, cuss, N Y,
had a special a l-l1dit Ol'llnl' installation -
put into his. S$9UU.OOOl11allflion < )( P Flameless Electric Yaar-Round Brown. contributor( \' to "Kx'>ok k
in Mmnuapotw, Minn. entitled!Mixlern> Concepts of Hospital '
_lod y'* standards it was gigantic By )- ersd-Cyde Models cool in summer; warm in winter.'. 'While Administration. wide..," writes r I t.. .
-about !seven feet high. MX feet it is not, in a guwrolprctuitution
wide and,more than t twenty feet to. make an uu
long excluwv of( the refrigeration PROVEN qualified recommendation( concern.
machine itself. ; ing any desitiu feature of a hospital !
Today .units. are small\ ,enoughto complete air-conditioniag: .!! 11
be easily concealed, are much I ; \ _____ '4 ': .Quieter more efficient than ever. / an exception;..", .
more cfffClcnt' than that first home'' Brown goes on to point out that
uir-conditioncr, and '5 ,,1 'I a central air-cooling system, nut.only ..
lets ervio. Best\ of)f all require, air-condi<: far., : \\'aJ Join the more than a million Floridians benefits patients immeasura.*.
tioninga cost today la-only a fraction ;:-< enjoying electric air conditioning in their homes. "bly but increases the efficiency of ,.
of what it once was, r staff personnel! makes good house
v keeping easier and ten expinuvt' ,
1v prevents the spread.! of odors! and.!)
IIOT WEA1IIFR' KILLS t : ) contributes to steady occupancy. u
Statistic gathered froma number I ,:
of major cities''how that hot l ; 1 -gJard{ y iF; J1r.lJl!: .l. ..t Purdue University; tests "shows"" <

and weather. 'old,is especially a :kilkr i of At t t the about young; 85 J ; ,, ,d ...I7'I.,,' (OxGIlR''' TOOl ,,, that hogs need raided, one in.third aircondilioixU.quarters lew lead!..
degrees, the death rate begtiH to 3 to gain a pound, lien, in air-cool'
(skyrocket) and the first heat wave I.l ed henhouses have been (found tc..
of the summer. sawn\(> n far more I :_ I 't' :. 1 lay 40) per cent more eggs{ thaw
deadly thalh succeeding ones. their lent!\ comfortable sisters


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__ _TIIF:STUART_ (Ha,) NEWS_ ___ ___ Thursday,_June_ 18, 1964

I Home Air-conditioning Offers Host of Benefits I


and working efficiency in the home decorating changes temperatures, less "cardiac output repeatedly declared that, "Withina
22 Families and business office. Perhaps most Important of all, and that invalid patients par few years, any house that is not
In Austin Tex, the National wives, when asked what contribu. ticularly slept more soundly air-conditioned will probably b e
Are Tested Association of Homehuilders studied lions air-conditioning made to their longer and more restfully.: Patients obsolescent.
; twenty.two families living in lives most frequently answered (wild labored breathing) If you are one of the many
centrally air-conditioned homesand harmony' and better disposition found it easier to breathe patients thousands who will buy central
Live BetterMore compared them with a con (usually speaking of their husbands rested in bed more satisfactorily air-conditioning this I year, what
trol group of twenty-two familiesof ). and were co-operative and should you know about it before
similar background, but with Results in Leviltown, though a calm and less restless" making the purchase According
than an hour extra sleep no air-conditioning relatively cool area, were equally The benefits of conditioning to the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
M night during the summer for Those in the air-conditioned conclusive: Air-conditioning I to sufferers from airborne allergies I Institute, the national
each member of the family. Daytime croup got an average of 8.1 I restful I improve family appetites and the -"hay fever"-h a v e long association representing the nations
naps for children that stretchout hours of sleep per acceptance of hot meals during been recognized Today, some 10; leading manufacturers, you
three time longer. Hot meals the summer months, compare the summer It increases the (MX),Ol() Americans suffer from it. should make sure of two things:
-40 per cent more nutritious with 6.9 hours a night for those amount of home entertainment I Dr. Orren D. Chapman professorof t. That you have equipment of
enthusiastically eaten despite without air-conditioning Children I and affects recreational habits bacteriology at New York State the proper size.
soaring temperatures A $5.80 average with air-conditioning slept 9.5 ; it decreases the amount of University of Medicine at Syracuse h2. That your equipment heart
weekly saving on outside hours at night napped! an hour i house cleaning and reduces the conducted tests at the height of t ARI Seal of Certificationwhich
entertainment. Laundry time cut and! -a.half in the daytime Children I frequency of need for redecorating I the ragweed season which showed denotes that the manufacturer
in half: housecleaning time cut without air-condilionmg slept it encourages .families to take that air-conditioning reducedthe abides by an industry program -
by one'third. 8.9 hours and napped! a brief thirty I their vacations at home or to take amount of pollen in a test that makes the equipment
Dreams of the future? Not at minutes during the day. I'shorter vacations away from home room by 98 per cent. subject to rigid testing on both performance
all. These were some of the actual None of the wives in the air. during the summer" Thus, for reasons of both health and rated capacity.The .
affects of air-conditioning on fame conditioning group troubled! with Two New Orleans physicians I and comfort, air-conditioning i industry.supported, certification
ilies in Austin, Tex, and Levit- summer decorating, while fourteenof reporting on a study of a large become, as desirable in the- home program is important to
town, Pu They represent part ofa the wives in the non-air-condi. I group of women patients in a local 181 it already has been proven in the buyer because it means every
substantial and! growing bodyof I tioned! group had to take down hospital, Mid that those in an business. It has aptly been termed, piece of unitary equipment bear-
information on the effect of air- drapes put slip covers on furniture I air-condltilned ward had lower "the newest necos\ity" The Fed the seal is certified to perform as
conditioning upon human health I and make other troublesome blood pressure, pulse rales and eral Housing Administration hasTHERE'S rated Ninety per cent of this
equipment now bears the ARI
I Certification Seal. It ii a highly
important consumer protection..



1959, the AirConditioningand
Refrigeration Institute has
sponsored a Unitary Certification
40a Program designed to assure the
consumers-70 per cent of whomare
f homebuyers and homeownersthat
?3X .- the equipment they bur will
perform up to the claims the
manufacturer.Since .
its inception, the ARI
Unitary Certification Program has
had the support of the national'
Better Business Bureau. Now, the
same program has been considerably
expanded this year to increase
the volume of random test
ing and thus strengthen still fur.
ther the assurance implied by the
ART Seal on a unit.
Under the expanded program
each year approximately onethirdof
all basic models being producedby
participating manufactures are
to be tested either m the electrical
testing laboratory in New Yorkan
q'F' ; ., independent laboratory under
> r.).
; t contract to ARI-or in participating

ii. i:; 1. ."'''.' ; hl atones manufacturers'where such tests own are labor."wit-

# ::,;f. ; nessed! by engineering i personnelfrom
the laboratory. Prior to this
{!j "" '
j 'j; ..
year all testing had been performed -
.;':_ 4._ ..., :... M' ... ,. .. at ETL. Additional equipmentalso
has been added at ETL and
testing proceeds on a twenty.four.
hour-a-day, siK-day-a.week basis,


A UNIT Quaint Amana 1

EXPRESSLY. DESIGNED EJ m .."._ ''' # Unique Colony 1

5 im -
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FOR AREA YOU (Continued from Page 3-D) 1

\ .illl Original Amana settlers first began .
weaving at the Arnstiurg Moo
WANT COOL ;;: astery in Germany in 1S38 When
: they immigrated to New York and
later to Iowa, their looms were
: '," --""" carefully crated and carried along
..'--" '- -A-1
From BTU 119.95 ---- Later the best American equipment
4,000 at : ; ,. .. .. : := :a
-7: :
... .. .. ;. : .. was added new machineswere
':.I' invented by the weavers themselves
To 23OXfBTU( at 479.95 and Amana woolens claim.
ed a growing share of the clothing *
..., ,.,. and blanket business.
Meat bread, and wine are some
of the best known products of
colony craftsmen Curing, cooking
baking, and a gin i *
KRAUSS & CRANE Inc. brought over from Germany and

ocntmued In the community kitchens
I of Old Amana are the basil
"ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS" for four food industries: meat mar
kets!, restaurants, bakery and wino

: ,,905.South.Dixi Highway.. -- *-_ Stuart : Telephone. AT 1-1227 j The average age of classroomteachers
in public schools h 4t.)

years. J6D

I HIE SIUVRT (Florida) NFWS Thursday June IH, I9 > - -

M Pioneer Virginian Used Luray CavernsTo
t1n1 M 0 ,yM

\ To Be Cooled 4.. t ttftN I I Provide Air Cooling Back in 1901 I

I In 1901. mechanical air \Across U.S.Latest tioning hadn't yet been ,invented 1 1I \h.11tunk from his backyard lawn
but that didn't T. C. into the ceiling of the'mvern-
r I stop N,1f'th1
I 1 feet below At the top
federal agency to issue C M, j 1 thirty-live
:nterion recognizing the valued P-n :.. y ttw cott from having what was then of the hole he installed a torn two
[ air-conditioning Is the vast U.S. : probably the coolest house in inch fan The f..n'IIS enclosed MIa
0.1 Office Department, which America I j shed and moved the mr to the
iuu prominently included coolingn n.i I A resident of Luray, Va North- Morlhiott mansion along a I I'UK
n extensive modernization i ipamJon and KMitf ; cott was aware of the existenceof loot enclosed Ilus II CWII)
'\ program now in prog- as w tw+ r.. A=i the t now-famoui Cavern of I I Notlhcotl ingeniously divided
e.s Luray and knew that the lo\ull: the passageway into upper anti
According to post office offi- tounfolk m summer cooled olf in lower duili Air drawn through
'uls air-conditioning I U essentialn the Caverns at a place where a I I the upper duct was warmed bv he
many areas to the efficient func- f refreshing breeze poured steadily I sun and used on chilly but sunny
toning of machines and the com- ..... out of a fissure m the rock The days In hot weather, the lower
Tort of employes. Because of high place was known as "Cave Hill," I duct was opened and the cool ur
heal loads generated by modern AS PART of a vast program of modernization and expansion, the and there Noithcott built a large I was drawn directly: into the house.
high intensity lighting and mechanization U. S. Post Office Department has announced that all Federal post white frame mansion atop a hill
the same experts lay offices in the area south of the line on the above map will be air- which formed the roof of one ot I I WKM. 'ItMMKMtKKI : :
.iir-conditioning is vital in most of conditioned In making; the announcement, the post office noted Luray's cavern chamber OK !\IO"i I' WORKERS
the U. S.-not just the South. that air-conditioning may also be included in post offices north of While the house was being built.
Is there ideal 1
an temperature
Basic to the modernization program the line when fJctlrsuch as the heat load from lights and mechanical -
i in> a map of the U S. developed I to keep all members of the family
by the post office as author. equipment warrant itAirconditioned HOUSEWORK: LICIIIIR, I or an entire staff happy the answer -
ization for air-conditioning. Department - - LESS DOCTOR 811 LS scents to be Unit you Call
officials satisfy about W per cent of an of.flee >
plotted bummer The results of three recent mile- !I force when the temperatureis
temperatures and duration of Schools
pendent market how and
and humidity for hundredsof surveys in the 71-7fc-dcgrce range
that: Four out of five housewivesin i the relative humidity 11 40-V)
locations on the map and :: I :: per:
air-conditioned i homo find their centhat to do about the
in which Shut Jet ScreechesThe
evolved a zone air-condi- Out
will be for all housework lighter: two thirds Ill'the I 4 |per cent'? Management expert
uoning provided
families have better health and transfer thcivT
post offices. The zone is boundedby growing noise problem ot the Board ol Education in Lake :20 per cent lower medical hills, I I wy __
a line that zigzags across the
country from San Francisco to' jet aircraft IN adding impetus to Worth Tex. and 82 per cent believe airconditiommg I A water-cooled space, suit developed -
has increased the resale
lower Connecticut and takes inmost the trend toward air-conditioned Voter in Lake Worth recently value of their homesAirconditioning I by Onl.I II'1 Ministry of Aviation
of the nation' major population schools according to member of I' approved construction of a $461 II I IN to be used as a bum for
Included within designing clothing for U. S. astronauts
center the I
()cO school building to be built in the Gemini project ut
air-conditioned zone are all or is defined as
parts of all but pine states. the emphasis on air-condilionmg, i I underground to escape the noise 'the process which simultaneously the end of this decade
The project, according to post according to Edward E Harriman, 1 of jets taking off and landing at &'ntrols icmperaiure and humidity
office officials, was begun in Flor- director of the Post Office's Of. 'Car-swell Air Force Base two automatically as it filters and I I The average heart bent }6-
ida and southern Texas in 1958 fice of Research and Engineering, I' miles wway The building report circulate the treated air. 7n.(10) ) times a year. _
and is now virtually complete is the large amount of heat generated edly will be the nation'* second ----- --
there. Elsewhere, airconditioningwill by mechanical mail-proces 'underground school The first was
be provided in all new installations sing equipment and lights in the built two years ago in Arlesia, N.1M. .
and added to all existing large interior zones of post office | MARTIN COUNTY
post office structures within the buildings In fact, Buffalo. Cincinnati I Meanwhile a completely soundproofed -
zone as funds become available I and St. Paul are all to have i II air-conditioned parochial
and when occupancy by the post conditioning- even though school i is being planned in Rose-
office is assured for at least ten they lie north of the air-condition- dale Long Island which will be Franchised! Dealer
years ing zone' because of the high internal I directly along the projected center-
In addition to human comfort, I heat loads m the post office line of a runway at Idlewild Air
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long-predicted boom in
central air-conditioning came about
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installation.But the .homeowner contemplatIng Air-conditioned Schools in
central air-conditioning must i
remember that his system must fit
house satisfaction The
his to give
orientation of tho house to the
sun, the roof color, heat-giving po- Florida Seen as NecessaryMartin
tential of appliances and peopleare
just a few of the considerations ,
that wilt affect a central sys commenting on a trend that has ing costs will more than pay for would not otherwise have. It also!
I tem. HighIs bean evident for several years: air-conditioning of these buildings I I eliminates many outside distractions
Herc'i how to go about buying School boards and school designers within a few years. I and thus creates an environment
central air-conditioning. ExampleNew are turning to the "compact" "Compact" schools occupy much which a large number of educators
I. Get estimate from at least school as the answer to severalof less land than do the spread-out i believe is more conduciveto
three reliable engineers or I their problems. structures that were once the learning.A .
tractor and demand .con-I air-conditioned school "The forces that are pushing standard for this kind of building.
'2. Have each bidder buildings have become commonplace school administrators and archi- These new schools normally cen- leading automobile air-condi
estimate of the total cooling requirements 'I in the South Florida area, tests toward compact school ter around interior courts. Air- tioning manufacturer has predicted
in British Thermal according to a group of architects plants," the J jury iegcrn"apparently I conditioning also permits year- that "By 1984. at least 70 pet
Units per hour. and school administrators. The are environment round use of schools-often for cent of all cars produced will be
3. Insist the equipment :installed I I new Martin County Senior Nigh economy, development civic and adult education pro- air-conditioned.i Specially designed
bear the Seal of Certificationof is cited as an example.The of better equipment for artificial grams.Airconditioning. 'heat transfer surfaces and air
the Air-Conditioning and Vefrigeration jury of three architects and lighting and flexible space." m such buildings distribution systems will take less
Institute. three school administrators which Air-conditioning not only I is adds elements of comfort room in the car and yet will pro
Keliablu engineer or contrasttori judged the 1964 Building Archi- necessary in order to achieve the health and cleanliness that they vide improved comfort."
can be found from your Bet.tor tectural -Exhibit of the American objective the jury mentioned first,
Business Bureau Chamber of [Association of School Administrators "control of thermal environment" -
Commerce or the Yellow Page said in its report:: -but It also can figure i
At least three bids should be ask- I "A few years ago in exhibits importantly in helping to achievethe
ed for comparison of price and such as this, it was unusual to find second objective, economy,
total cooling lewd estimate. If they I a completely air-conditioned build- Many school administrators j and \\HrdrER
are reliable, they won't object to | ing. In this exhibit air-condition- architects have found that a "com
furnishing a list of satisfied cus- ed buildings are commonplace." pact" school with airconditioninghas
tomers. I Summing up the 1964 exhibit, considerably lower operatingcosts
The ARI has standardized cool- the jurors said, "The first impression than spread-out non-air-con- ;
ling ratings i n British Thermal that the visitor to the architectural ditioncd buildings. The "compact" ) fALL SUMMER !
(Units per hour (BTUh) to put an I exhibit will receive is an school,de ign greatly reduces heat
end to capacity confusion slam- impression of compactness. As a gain and heat loss because it has
lining from interchangeable use of I whole, the buildings are tightly fewer windows! and openings to
ouch terms as "tons" and "horse- knit the outside lit many cases it has
fowcr." Your total cooling needs' The members of the jury were been found that reduction of heat-
houtd be estimated by each bidder -
in BTUh for comparison.By .
specifying that the equipment How Air-conditioning Is
installed bear the ARI Sealtof
Certification, t h e buyer becomes -
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out overblown cooling claims of I Here is a list of beneficial results hot weal -up to 20 per cent.
'manufacturers. Such equipment
of air-conditioning in business 8. Reduced training expense
cannot bear the seal. The seal program
installations: from labor turnover-up to 30 per
has worked *> well that over ,
1. Increased employe efficiency cent less.
.ixty makers of more than 90 per
vent of all unitary air-conditioning up to 10 per cent annually. 9. Reduced labor turnover.
2. Good return on investment 10. Fewer union grievances.
equipment now are participating.
in cooling system, up to 122 percent 11. More good will, morale.
12. Better competitive positionin
AID TO DEFENSEOne 3. More production, up to 70 labor market.

of the most important Jobs per cent. 13. Reduced accident rate.
i in 4. Better control-fewer
:that air-conditioning is doing quality
14. life of facilities
Longer plant
national defense today is on the rejects-fewer errors, up to 80 per
operating In clean .dry air at
HAratic DEW (Distant Early Warning cent.
) line, where mechanical refrigeration 5. Maintenance savings, I less reduced operating temperatures.
keep radar and other heat dust, etc/ -up to 50 per cent. 15. Improved customer relations
creating electronic gear coo I 1 6. Humidity control for com due to fewer field product failures.

enough: to operate at peak cffidcncy. fort and process. 16. Reduced hiring expense,
: 7. Reduced absenteeism during personnel department costs.

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