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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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j I VOLUME 28-NUMBER 11 STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 8. 1964. 3 SECTIONS-24 PAGES PRICE. 10 CENTS


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10J Per Cent Uf The Band Got SoakedGovernor Qtf

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! 10,867 Are and Aides Here


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I rh: t List HereThere On Formal U.S. 1 Opening



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w are 1,019 more persons
eligihle to vote in the coming general Calls Route
I election on Nov 3 than were
6 mv I eligible 1 to lake part in the spring
primaries. New RibbonIn

A fantastic gain of 10.) per cent I
in tho past four m"lh..1II >shown>
Commerce"We
yhelMra.. Zola BlukeUee. supervisor I
of registration, tallied! her
Ws books following the close of the have run the race; we have
4 registration' period on Saturday kept the faith; wo have finished:
:ii s evening. the course:'
Martin County now has 10,867 With I I the,> words Governor
registered voter. During the primary Farrl Bryant succinctly marked
election 1tho spring'the as finished Monday the finalU. I
i..M d.' total was 9.H48. S. I project 2.6 mile of four-
Eligible for the primary were t:4: b- laced highway through Stuart and
8,200 Democrats. 1.608) Republicans a new span of Roosevelt Bridge,
and thirty-four Independent! I completing "a ribbon of commerce
Now eligible are 8.93 Democrats Lions ono. end of Florida to tha
-a gain of 749; a, total of other,,"
SMILLV: IN THE RAIN- -Drum Major Danny Shaw and U.) S. 1 dedication i
Sanday' ceremonies that they cheered up many 1,185 Republicans, a gain of 250 During the Indication ceremony,
phonist! Bonnie Sue Brown, center, could Mill manage .uch happy other members or th Marlin County Senior, High Band. Perhaps and fifty-four Independents, an delayed' by a violent wind and rainstorm .
smiles, even though souked by a rain squall which preceded Monthe equally soaked photographer inspired their grins. increase of twenty.IlkItrcndQnl1 | the governor further highI -
,,- -- cannot,//vot./ In the I lighted the observance of National
-, primaries! but can takepart/ in the Highway/ Week In Florida by
-- Helicopter Assult Soldier Is Cited general election. I .sharing the credit for the road
New on Folio From The project) with hIS five Immediatepredecessors.


I RamblingReporter 'I Private Heemsath Is DecjorateaJ Fair BuildingBids k ri four-Inning The Slate.{program Road wa Department'( initiated;

in 1945 by C.ovtrnor. Millard. Caldwell -
Opening Bryant laid. )Prior to thai

I Five Times as a Vietnam HeroPrivate Set Nov2nd,' tog urban lime had thirty-five am been of completed mile Dude of, !Broward fmir-lan-in the' ,

Palm Beach and Duval counties.
CHRISTMAS PARADE? First Class John Heein- "Private Htfinsalh! labored diligently At the Meeting Monday evening.. ,,. ",, r"+ .vu W s During Cakiwell'p adminutra
Dct. Martin Fair
S ( the County
OH, GOSH, NO! lath, son of Mr. and 'In. Herman 9 a* a Utility Tactical Transport Association o k was announced: that lion 1 If mile was added

( When the date 'of Stuart' an- A. Heemsath, Sixth tnd Camden Helicopter Company crew bid for the new exhibit building Further link' 'In the 416-mlta
tall Christmas Parade ha* been has just! received word that chief to Insure that hi* aircraft w.ill opened at the Nov. 2 meetfog. chain wifa 42.4 Unite\ timid J'ul- If\t.
Joe&I, and invitations seat out to. he has been decorated five. time was always ready to be flown on .The btukUng will be thtriy-eigh* let W.r**., 149-52; 94 mil." '::;
former participants, it's later in for bis service in YiptoanvVbich ,Ly combat assault miulcns, fti'.pr' >,jf I O/I.. inside dimcnkkwirVnti Dart M (;.arty, IV33; 13.5 mUtlt: ,\
.Be than think folk. liable and accurate return Jf'Bv Charlie John, 1"447 mile.,
'I year you / terminated- when he was wounded a concrete: floor no window, ;
I And that' exactly.what happened in the left arm and IcS o n urgent gunfirt was a fautorewntrlhuting dim at each end and on the'" ry, : LeRoy (Collins.1 195540, and fifty-
last wet, end. Mr*. D. Huore, April 4 while he was crew chiefof v I to the *ucce sful coaiph-' side It will 'be similar to the fi four mile under' tyant.
II,. parade/marshal for the sponsoring! an armed helicopter.: Gras! of nasty combat asoaulf nil- present livestock buddm,. 1 he governor heralded the completion
Junior Woman' Club put Stuart Heemsath returned to this coun- i ixis. His "performance of I r duty It was voted to let the Martin of the four-lanlng a* "A try
named Dec. 3, as the is a crew chief reflected Iprtat achieved all
Saturday try on May 15; was dischargedfrom ; County Flower Growers Association umph, by working I*
day when Stuart gill officially Walter Reed Hospital on credit upon himself, the UTT|H Ielr have thulr exhibit in the gcther" In the Vastest. good faith
welcome Santa Claus 1 lo town, copter Company and the Ajmy I II achieve the
Sept. 23, and is now with the lit II agricultural building where the hi : greatest good fat
with a parade starting at 10 a.m. U. S. Army Might Detachment at I air-conditioning will keep the tIM ('*...*' numbef."
Entries should be submitted! to Floyd Bennett Field N. Y. COUNTY BOARD MEET: I flower In better condrl()n. The M Ronny Nelson, p'o' president
Mrs. Gore at 842 Stafford Driver In addition to the PFC. JOILV HEEMSATII The next regular meeting of the I school exhibit, which: were housed of Stuart heather Conn
Saturday. Nov. 21. '*i Purple Heart the Air Meal and! I I County Commission will be held I In the main building previously, mere*, presented a plaque denoting .
it three oak leaf clusters Heemsath: ''I I cat of achievement In part, his at Martin County courthouse on will be placed, in a scventy-f Ive-foot _._ honorary membership In the
ENO IS GAINING has ako been awarded a ccrtifij citations include: the following: Tuesday, Oct. 13, at \9:30/: a.m. I' section of the building stun to be CUTIING -11 IK RIBBON to open U. S. I through Stuart are chamber to the governor, and
1 another to Walter CrowcllJr
plaque
ON THE FIELD constructed. Mrs John H. M.halllnd/ her dauuhter, Seine, to the obvious!
vice of Dickerson
president ,
A will be given "
Stuart may be a small town- printed at the program 1965 flit pleasure of Monuhan, District 4 Hoad Uoa/d member, and Inc. In Stuart general! contractor
away
but sale initiative displayed here I Pratt-Whitney Gets $14,790,000Contract Governor Bryant. for the road work primarily

can put you in the running with i -- -- -.. .- In recognition of the way Crowcll
the best in the nation. Albert P. had kept U & 1 open at
Eno of Stuart John Hancock Life No 'Secession'In To Speak Indiantown Farm Meet: though( the contract permit

Insurance representative, wa fifth I ,. r r '" ;, him to clone. It for at much: a* 150
!in the nation in that big firm last to Test Rocket Engine South Part day.
year in the tale of health and hospital Martin County Senior High I
I insurance-and. a* of last official Will Dedicate
Rogers Mmi, which was to have played
report he is ninth in the RL10 rocket engine development ed at Pratt A Whitney Aircraft' and dependability in the rocket propulsion Of Jupiter IsleThe the national anthem" was forcedto
\ nation this year. 111 never be satisfied will be.continued under a Florida Research and Development r field. Twenty-two of these &Wave before the "
until lea (id." said Eno. contract extension awarded "by the Center and hat established engines have been fired in space ceremony
'tt National Aeronautic and SpaceAdministration new standard for performance without a failure Florida Supreme Court has Post Office Oct. 10 (Continued on Page 2-A)
this week to Pratt .. backed up a decision by the Court
CORBKTT PIGEON: ft Whitney Aircraft providing of Appeal at lakeland reverting a
A SPEEDY BIRD plenty of work for the jet engine Fingerprints Betrayed New Mormon Circuit Court decision which: would Teacher Escapes
A pigeon from the" L. R. Cor- testing pUnt in Florida. .. r have allowed "secewa>n" of 4,000 Congressman Paul! O. Roger > Indlantown ButirwH and Pro-
bett ioU here recorded a speedof The estimated cost of the work feet of ocesn-to-sound: property will dedicate, the new Indlantown '_lanaI Women' Club will serve
751.51 yard per mmute to win through Sept. 30. 1963. i il JI4- Long-dead Calf AlbatrossFor from the Town of Jupiter Island. Post Office: /at 4 p.m. Saturday, refreshfiitnt. The publla I Ie .Invited. Serious Hurt as
the 200-mile Southern Racing 790,000. Work will be performed Interest headed by It, 0. Gnu-
J 10
let
Association race from the tier Jr. of Miami first sought 10 Albert Krueger, president of the
Pigeon
a| company* Florida Research Auto
Green Cove Springs Sunday. This 'and Development Center in northwest Former Ranch ManagerA have the land in the south part of He will den give a report on Farm Bureau, will tkliver the address OverturnsA
was the third race out of six won Palm Beach County near the Jupiter bland zoned for resort the past Congress at the annual. of welcome: al the banquetand
by Corbett's birds this one in spited Martin County line. uve. Martial' County Farm Bureau banquet !*. Canon, manager of Die Martin. County High"" Schoolteacher :
reported gusts up to thirty mile f The contract provide for butchered calf 'became an The trial was held almost three Unsuccessful in that, they secured which is st for 6:30: p.m.al U. Soil Conwrvstiun. .. Service Rosemary Lamb of Jupi.
an hour, The next race will be on 'tinued Saturn and Centtur con albatross around the Beck of GilBert year ago. Hamman claimed then a decision From CircuitJudge Seminole Inn. I I. scheduled: to announce county tor missed elaMe. Tuesday, (let.
Sunday, Oct. 18, from Waycro, support production ,flight and tUmman. former Mobs Sound that he had shot the calf by mistake I Wallace Sample allowingthem CtMigrsman Roger., war forced cowMfrvslHm awards detailed' in when' her tar turned ov.r on
support ranch to remove their land from of busmen to cancel :U r. .
r Ga. continued development of the manager while lot by prure another story today S, I near the entrance to Joo*
spotlight hunting This decision ha nlanned. visit l Sluart and Jensen
Hamman wa returned to Mar- Iowa authority. : to than DkkiMM SUM Park at about
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an improved versionof
deer, alto a felony. been over-ruled. 011s.rtutll.Y,
I tin County by Deputy Tom Wyatt I Both I *-m.
the
engine which will
CENT CHECK: provide
l WAS FORTY WEEK'S PAY an increase in specific impish.measure .-. from Provo Utah bat week H* became a Mormon Wyatt :' Representative! William O. Owen Hill Kidd Itc.signs: Trooper W. A Vincent of the!
of the thrust by plane to face sentencing on his said married a Mormon woman I' Visit *, who" will be mauler of arc Iturida Highway Patrol aid thai
engine's output Burns Post I I. I.
County Attorney Dean Tookcr, per amount of propellant consumeti conviction! larceny of a calf and/ worked at Brigham Young to i monies at bah Itlnc..J.1 thai on Body I Mi* Lambs 1959 Renault sedan
I who has been criticized from time I bend fleeing before sentence could University. The woman's daughter On October 30 R. W. BJM. director of the Postal Local. comervalujnirt. heart! 'w,"... onto the shoulder, then
j I to time over hi* salary, showed hi* I passed. became suspicious that there I Data Cenur Atlanta Ga", will that DirectorWilliam urned beck and rolled across the
Six aLlOt with Tuesday
weekly check around the courthouse stage of the Saturn power I the vehicle second and wa something hidden l fa I Urnman's tUydon Burn. Dcrmicrati/ candidate represent' the PoM Office Department repel" Kidd ha resigned hi- pal our-bne highway: coming to rt
Thursday. It totalled 40 I two art used in the put. lie submitted to fingcrprinunf for governor will appear"r In at the dedkalsun. with the beard of truMer of the on it* tide: 157 feet from whereK
second
cents What really irked him was I stage Is Seen I by Sheriff Ralph Chap- : Stuart al the Fine National Rank ._---- started
of Inlrmal Fund I
the Centaur The RL10 Delay Improvement a
that took 16 for engine pie of Utah Counry and when
"they" cenia ; building/ on Friday, Oct. JO, at bruiatd
which bum liquid hydrogen and the prints came back from tkc c.'IARn'K: u CHA.NIM; ) Tallahassee, Mrs. lain, who" wa ,
(Continued on Page 2-A) liquid oxygen i* the nation' first For $$9,000 Lack FBI, hi* flight from;the 9.45 CountY am.are"AH invited cki/ena to of meet Mania and A iww charter ha beta grant K.UH a Bryant appointee. Ka refused' 'hospital treatmenl. She.wa
home
taken her
to by
men advanced la Trooper
dune aiming
engine.The conviction: came with greet Mayor Burn" Coffee I. d ed to Martin County Resource aa outstanding job
Vincent, who estimated
damage to
I RL10 engine was develop-, Sheriff C, will be Board by the- secretary _;- of the board toward" genuine
Roy Dakar dtaifhnut served, said Development I
NItha.I. the car at SJOCt She told the of fl-
I of tie Mania County conservatism objective*
Completion board i amKhtr
Tale Twisting deputy after I hint. Robert F. MtRoben; Jr.. tecreury of Marina elf that a lire with which she
over-all survey plan on which uncommtuiicative: on the of the VUrtf County Hura name for County/ Climb I "He announced des he will Join W bam having troubl., probably
I By JACK JAMES I II Republicans Will I 180.000 has been received this i back to Martin County, I Committee. tee of J 00. aa engineering firm *! OcaU. ClllMleJ the car to swerve off the

'ers rL'UG vww aotBern Introduce Myers year will probably be delayed uotd --- .row I highway, < .,
j I the Isis all or early winter of 1-- l (

feeling badly lately that The Republican Enecutrve Committee 1%J. the Engineer Corp. al Jacksonville October Meeting to Feature "Teenage Nutrition
the first thing 1 do before breakfast ; of Martin County will hold reported. I Last W .W"IM.
ia look in the obituary column a coffee Saturday. Oct. 10. from I Lack of a final 9.000 to complete rw e..... ..., 1.ea .......
for my name. I to S pjn. at the Motley Jwa cauar- the estimated $230AW.udy --- .. as. is .U
If it w_', for ten on Oiceola Street, to introduce wa given .. the reason I YouthD' over Conference Planned Thursday '- l :t 1 1y.t '::1.
: .
.,. our offrprag Iwouldn't the new County Commission candidate Martin County official bad! I seest.
-... eve: from Kobe Sound Dr. hoped that the Mudy timid be 1 j U j1$ :'N
can which William G. Myers, Mol other can completed in bme for the protect/ II A Marlin Counry I Each youth otftniuiian wW tfrhgsite' lo the 1961 SUM. Youa- ruunt. rangier Retry Stewart.. 6._ -r---... ... 1M -" NI
of the prunuatr didates. The public k invited.DLVMK to be feduiM bt IMS appropriation Conference i bheduledYovtbpowes for 7pm toen-aa monbenhip is invited to p4.1WCC Conference and by the spe- FWkla ro-er" Light home service
,\ win the *. Aid of Congreatnwut Paul Tbsrw.by. Oct. 15 at the wad. Iwo delegate to Ibis conference. crew ia ouirttiua of the Agricultural rp''nWJvr. Martha Bur err tcis'' tituh" Wst.i Low", .t.,
} presidential eleclion. win be asked. Julian. D. Parker calct< Wonder : POSTPONED I conference ** put of a UM. and eJ I by to Mania Cmusty tided e4 the State Advwnry. Onminee. ; I, C. William, ........ a 5'J\/.1i:; 1 1'\1\ Hi+
how the mmworuune The conservative dinner which aalJontJ Lunch Association. A 11 local Youthpower advisory fOl.lCblJn.-cfr. and Henry Kia- .
popes designed to>> helpthirkeototaneleenyearoU program e ''''t. .. 1'7
** 0I1 candidate would wa to be held Saturday. Oct. 10 Try )1EElr.GSwarfa : youths designed to>> acquejnl everyone with committee includes Dlra Wdhe- thud for the food Industry '..... '.-l't ""'11" .., S'Jc, It
arpaIlo the puNic if be. hat canon 1. at the Port St. Lode Camay Oute. city CamnUswioe wffl I take I look: al and to tomettung the Youthpoww Program aid mina Keel bunnenaking' teacher Rcservauuo should. be made I (u. I I"I!> ,.{L 1 t.
"** rrrgw4-( yen *. haa been postpon ntL A new. dale bold a regular BMetiag at dry Hal about the M oa'. number one outrcwoaJ ..hat. other covntiet are doing about Martin County Junior High School: with Mr. Boyd or Miss Burdine 1 i&1!

church Sunday.) wifl "be- IIiOUIIIIed: {1&Icr. ca ModayDet12Mpm .' coaecra,te .Mge outriuM. ft will t be prawaUd. by taut local Mn. Gertrude Boyd schoU birch. 5 by caning AT 72181. --,,,... r 1-- -._. .




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THE STUART (Fta.) NEWS, Thursday, October 8, 1964 t hrP"4kt v'7 -r---- w .w. ?-t.-----4t1'
: Permits Hit $4,017,715
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t RUNIWAY.OIRLt jties after she wan taken into custody -
"....RF.tim ''I>m )fF.An I by Deputy Sheriff J a met
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t i i I A riftcen-yaarold.to Btnrsvine:girl(fa was., SWtffsir-tyrnnvir -_AlAls.she Brenda.run. Sue away Smith from told'Il home dcpwrtes 4fr.w a A d p'T f4ttak Mtt I But Are Under 1963


I for the first From Jan I through Sept. 30
For Expert Factory I Building permits have been issuod I this
659
off permits
nine months of 1964 were I for total of $" '','71.5 compared .
: $500,000 from year a '
! SALES & SERVICE it rightly the figure more for than the same period* or with 703 r*** for $4-
j record-breaking 13. 53!.077 a year ago.

Come See The New'

AQUA MASTER Still Time to Send in Yours

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PUMP r4 t .t A4 .r .' :. Confusion Corner Name

Fee cenn rwcnm.. ln4tP4nsMe. .
farm, estate, swimming pools, w Gets Many Suggestions
fire fighting. A superior {tort- 1, M F ry'j I 1 n
,
by able pump, eelf-pdmin. and S T
/pOwered and Stratton subscription 'We've decided to withhold anketing -
by Brlggs M. FrG Our offer W give a year's
UniversalAtr&orUld engine 7200 G.P.I I. capacity. 'Y t h to the The Stuart New a winner for a while in
+ for the order to appoint a committee of
.... .... .. for an appropriate name
to do the Judging
-" p---- T --- -- city's unusual Intersection of five citizens
We use and sell only EAttFR HALL GAME WATCHING is offered by the Key Club cussing the projects are. left to tight, members of the ctubl: project streets and the FEC track, has What we originally thought was
GHNUINEMOWERS of Martin County Senior High whose current project is the rentalof committee: Steve Swain. Bob Pmdarvis", Orville Wright, chain created considerable Intere.t.I I a good gag, has turned' out to be
t
At* e9 *rf cushions at all home football arid basketball garnet of the man; Marty Rehntwg and Jan Icyda. The Key Cub is sponsored Scores of name have been sub I a serious matter. We It run a listof t
FACTORY PARTS Tigers and Stuart High School Jaguars at 25 cents a time. DI. by the Klwanis Club of Stuart. milled, and they rang in meaning the proposed. names In a future
ALMS CHALMERSMOrOMOWCR _. from the ridiculous t o the ; I e.Edltor.Books
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YARDMAN sublime, mostly the former
'wrojnY' Charge: Reckless briving and Leaving Accident Scene & Records
MODERN !ORLRDDft' BACKIELENGINES .. j, J .. .., 1 J. J WaiterWaitressCourse MARE t11EPERFECT


LAWN ENGINES H "vrT.aN 3361 & Federal Highway SALES(U.& I) Speeding Car Hit Truck at 65 Mph. Murray OfferedAt HighThe GIFTVALENTINE'S

TECUMSTH 464.2C64 (opposite Drive-Ill)

COtuIu FORT MERGEFOR A Little Dixie man, fleeing from on Second Street about 11 p.m. separate the vehicles. ed questions. Up to Monday aft Adult Junior Education College,Divisionof Fort BOOK RECORD SHOP
Lincoln
I Florida Highway Patrol trooper Friday night with such force that The force of the collision drove I ernoon. Potts was still missing, although Pierce, i Is offering a course J inwaiterwaitress 329 E. Oceat) Blvd 2870403EXCLUSIVE
,. drove a car_Into a truck parted I two wreckers were needed to the truck parked in gear, a distance it was reported that he had training at Murray .
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--r---- of feet Into fire been home collect clothes.
-ti fifty-five a to : some Salerno. Allen\
School Port
:ill High
hydrant, which it bent.
I According to Patrolmen BillieChase C. Clarke, director of the College
One of the passengers in the and Joseph! Lane, of the Adult Education Program, reported
car, Amos Davis, of Little Dixie Smart Police Department Pom that the course started Tuesday! ,,
1s
was taken to Martin Memorial was fir spotted by TroopeR Bud Oct. 6.All in Martin County
Hospital, where he. was given emergency Holt and Ronnie Prekup on U. S. interested In joining .
treatment for a compound I south of town speeding northward persons
fracture of the right arm and lacerations estimated this practical course tYJ
I at a rate in excess:
before being transferred : of eighty miles an hour. enter They should I
M will
ray High School The course
to a hospital in West Palm Beach I
The driver of the car, Robert I Potts twitched off his lightsChase meet for five hours each week, tot
,\ Potts, and another passenger Clarence .! reported and, according towitnesses a period of four week The fee
the AlA Cut
tore along
I is $3.
Lee Westley, both of Little
:' off Road and Old Dixie Highway This practical' course wilt help
Dixie, left the scene of the accident
J ,. don't believe in before police' arrived, but I before entering Second Street at persons who are engaged in this
Wtstley later returned and answer*, about sixty-five miles an hour. occupation to improve their techniques -
I There the speeding car strucka and help others seeking em-
...... truck owned by Rowell Furni ployment to better their opportuni
MORE ABOUTGovernor ture Company parked near the ty for employment in this type of
;"pussyfooting' store occupation.For .
Aides The car was completely' wreck. any additional Information
: j ed according to the police report, concerninsthe course, call the of.
and damage to .the truck was set fice of the principal et Murray
'91 In DedicationOf I at $400. High School I. Port Salerno, or call
Potts is charged with reckless' 287-4468
driving and leaving the scene of Only we can giveEska

there'sno Four-Ianing an_ accident Women Voters

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(Continued front/ Page 1-A) I Meet TuesdayThe ;

started drenched by the down! RamblingContinued
which struck the area shortly Provisional League of Women PROTEIN WAVE

:. 10 q ue s t ion Jim "'<"/"m md" M fighting./ hatabout I pour Rev after Malcolm 2 p.m. Harris, Introduced \ I ( from Page loA) meet Voters Tuesday of Martin Oct. 13 County, at 3 p.m.will Reg. 15.00.

by William R. Scott, master of in the community room of the
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::1 IDjIIIIIItIU! First National Bank.
.. ceremonies gave the invocation. -
Raymond W. Cooke" mayor of tirement which left him a net of 24 Mrs Robert B. Hutchins, second $1250POWDER
where I stand Stuart, welcomed the, governor's cents: Tooker who received JIO- vice president of the League
party and the audience: Johrt H. 000( in salary this year and will receive of! Women Voters of Florida and
.1 1That's Monahan, District 4 member of : $12,000 next year, got the 40 Mate chairman: of the current agenda
the State Road Board, introduced cents: because there wa an extra program of the league, will discuss PUFF
Governor BryantThe pay period this fiscal year, and the state! constitutional: revision BEAUTY SATAN
ceremonies ended when 40 cent: was the amount remaining and reapportionment.( Office
Mrs Monahan and Miss Suzen his $10,000 The meeting is for members and Near Stuart Post
salary
the way I ran mbusiness for over forty years. Open and above Monahan performed the tradi. (r11\ all interested women. Managed by Vlrgle Davy

board. I will not say one thing and do another just to please some groupor tional the ribbon-cutting road. formally opening CIIAMIES A. PORTER One-third the nation's aliens live 117 Phone E. 7th 287-4983 St., Stuart
AT BELMOVT ABBEY in
New York State.
influential I pledge to that I will represent last citizen The governor's plane carrying ---------
person. you every state! officials and a score of newsmen Charles A. Porter has enrolled
arrived at Martin County's for the first semester at Belmont 1.;
equally and conscientiously. Witham Field at around 12.15: Abbey College, Belmont, N. C. Notice!
fresh from dedication rite* for the The ion of Mrs C. A. Porter ofStuart
Tampa Expressway. and the tare Mr. Porter he We Are Closed for Painting, 1.
After fifteen minutes of hobnobbing is a graduate! of St. Anastasia High
with old friends and 'political School. Redecorating rind Vacations
AGAINST : and civic leaders of the fr Grand Re.Opening Sunday, Nov. 1 :
county, the group boarded two THE WALTERS VISIT
Communistic..... Socialistic Welfare Greyhound buses for an informal CALIFORNIA FAIR with Complete Luncheons: ad Dinner
Repeal of Tafc increase. on Auto luncheon at Frances Langford's

License tags. State. Outrigger lion.opened especially Restaurant for, which the occa was were Mr.839 among and Krueger Mrs recent Parkway William visitors,Waltersof Stuart to'the, FRANCES;? LANfVI(; <()'S

Amending Constitution to pro Further increases in gasoline tax. During the luncheon m which Los Angeles County Fair at Pomona.
hibit diversion of gas taxes Board Member Monahan Introduced Calif., There are more than I -
Federal encroachment in our the dignitaries Walter C. 40.000 exhibits on the 487-acre RlGG ER
Rood to provide Public Schools. Crowell of Stuart, maaager OfDickenon. expedition park. Spaee-age progress .OO
Deportment
proper Inc.. and an official of is featured and the fairs themeis ... RESTAURANT
construction signs. Abusive freedom of the loan the Asphalt Contractors Association "Tomorrow, Today
of Florid, presented the JENSEN BEACH, ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT
Regulating' operation of motor sharks. governor and other official with Submerged LandSoldtoO.M.C. LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS
souvenir photo album showing the
scooters after dark. Issuance of revenue certificates progress of the tad Also' intrOduced .

Abolishing the inventory and in. without consent of f Legislature.A ,at president the session of..the John asphaltgroup. Dickerson Sale of 4.7 acres submerged BOX OFFICE OPENS

tangible tatMaihtaining i land hi the St. Lode River hi North LYHlt 4.30:
filing fee to run for Public Loaded with Outrigger souvenirs Smart to the Outboard Marine SHOW TIME
a high standard of Office. the party again i boarded; thebuses Corporation has been made by the .1TL 7.00
ami arrived at the dedication Intel-rail Improvement Fund.
education. scene shortly after the drenching The property will be the site J
Special Power groups now in our downpour of an outboard motor and boat Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
,
Provisions fot Lieutenant Gov State. Stuart was I just one stop in a testing' plant.AIkRRiAGF
busy road-viewing schedule which
DliSJr.
ernor. Lowering the value of the American Included inspection of the DadeExpresusrav LICENSE .SiITRa'l'II U1iB'S3IIJ I

D6partmcnt df natural resources. Dollar. the Orlando Tuesday Expressway morning Tuesday and APPLICATIONS : : 11

ant'f'ftOotwith viewing of the Ralph Leroy Zavitt to Mildred \
I t Sunshine State Parkway extension! Louise Everman both of Jupiter. 1
Interstate 75 and the $100,000- David Roy Bennett Jupiter, to
." 000 Jacksonville Expressway system Mary Louisa McCMU. West Palm .II: J
scheduled Wednesday, Beach.

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TIIE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday Octa* r 8, 1M4 J-A



Library to Open on



Two Nights a Week &ocTa CLEARANCE


I For the convenience of thtpublic ]I "Thh win give working pelpte .
the Martin County Public :|and students more orwtrmity1p
I I faculties/ said -
a
''I UM xwy
will remain two,
Library open I sookevnan. Smce the H-
brary.
nights a week instead of "one as brary wIll remain open during the FLOOR SAMPLES DEMONSTRATORS OLD MODELSTV'
at present' : dWednesdays
supper hour on Mondays a n
Beginning Monday Oct 12. the! will '
patron have an ---- -- ------- --
HTSTON'S new hours will be: Monday and : opportunity to drop in the library -
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 9 pm; I on their way home from work.
I OFFICE EQUIPMENT and Tuesday. Thursday, Friday I "Both students and the general SPECIAL
Ovcola Avenue 287-2399 and t Saturday 10 am. to 5:30: puMfe will find a large amount of I FIRST APPLIANCE & T.V. BARGAINS
I
--- pm reference material and many new
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and interesting factual books In I
the library During most! of the "PLAY-ANYWHERE" Refill Now Only
!
JENSEN TRAILER SALES Inc.BOX time trained reference !service will
$269.95 12-lb.GE Deluxe Washer
be available and the puNic Is urged $219.95
575 ROUTE '707, JFNSFV BEACH FIORIIU to ash help and advice in )locating ALL-TRANSISTOR PORTABLE TV
the material desired. Telephone 259.95 1Mb. GR Deluxe: Dt.tt 21955
Phone 287-2732 calls requesting information I J JI PAY-
will be welcomed! from t business 299.95 2-dottr Frost-Free Rcfrig 25955
"Just Beyond the Ants"SEE and professional people."
j 11 J 469.95 4.hnrRgeS. Clcan.g oven 429.95

THE NEW 1964 Lyle Hubbard I 279.95 15 place scl'jj dfetuVashcf! 229.95

TITAN 12' WIDE Slides Feature MENTIN 259.95 12cu. ft. 1 Frccycr 219.95

ON OUR SALES tOT Audubon MeetColor 479.95 23,000( ) BTU Air Con 385.05
-- --
Many Other 10,12 & 20 'Wide 159.95 20" Electric Rank 139.95
slides of birds of Florida
For Your Seeing Pleasure-by will be the feature of the season Ifirst 134.95 Seeing Mach. Comp.. Zig 114.95
.
of the Martin County
Skyline Windsor Titan American I) Audubon meeting Society at the Martin .__. 209.05 23" Console TV, Walnut 189.95
County Library on Tuesday, Oct. Model TR80SA
ALSO 13 at 8 p.m. 7 15995 19" GK: Portable TV 138.88
The speaker, who took the
FOR TilE BEST IV FLORID ROOMS: will be Lyle Hubbard pictures of aAll chinrwl VHF.UNF reception featuring 6 f* iiclujlv ill few 149.95 19" GE Portable TV 129.00
SCRFENFD ROOMS, PATIO COVERS, AWNINGS Fort Pierce a native of Ohio, who liitorlnd, Integrated h mn|system FEB.
has lived in Florida since 1947 e Privilt earphone included for personal viewing and listening
.. FRED 9<)< .95 Mach. Compete 88.80
SEE. J. SILVERS or ALAN B.WILSON Hubbard will tell horn simple feeding !. pleasure Sewing
stations for birds can be made. C Automobile battery cable Included for operation eltb ear Ofarttte
Plant for the season' "t activity lighter receptacle where permitted 469.05 Ultra Del. R' ('IC11k. Stereo: 399.95
.
Rechargeable bitttry park aviilabl at idditlonal cost
in Isabelle
are the making according to
T. Taylor of t h e society
They include field trips twice each NO MONEY 1965. NO MONEY DOWN
month to be conducted by R. H.
Wcrget of Jensen Beach. DOWN 15995 .
.now ain't it the truth I Audubon members want it
pointed out that they are not mere I
that milk is like youth...1.i j. ly "bird watchers but that the
organization is extremely interest
ed in the conservation' of all our

i I natural During will resources be the' held season the regular evening meetings of I UP TO 36 MONTHS TO.PAVI I

the second Tuesday of each month
I i at the libraryCigarette.


: tI"f. : .:ri .;;' For City $10,030The Taxes, er BIG VALUE

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.. FROM 1
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I City of Stuart will receive:
:
$10,010.5V and the Town of Ocean
:StV Cn GENERAL ELECTRIC
Breeze Park $133.89. from cigarette -
.:::. ::!";:.' .. I tax collections for August. I Deluxe
Richard B. Keating director: of
..JJ. ., I the Stale Beverage Department reported Electric Blankets N c -
: net collections for the I .
'month as $429675668 of which I MIN i.e. lase CUM a"e .. it'I '-
:" $1.27",209.12 will go( to the state rid,it U M f CM II with flat corner or tonwrt snap lefltud d I t, ,fo
general revenue fund and $3,018 ,
Autninstl dial eontrol
547.5ft to qualified municipalities r'' 11)0) % washable blend,
p CempUte with a sip
Q) plait iUira| Ug M
Walton Cook-Out we 4It"cite.t ,

TOO GOOD'TO Set for Thursday 15"Dial ii ,t

A cook-out originally plannedfor a... t..e. M.rnle :
last Friday by Martin County Dial)Individual pref.Crete. N
Chapter of the I/aak Wilt I 0 n Ce 4'
:
,. 4atr
BE JUST League/ but called off on accountof the toe Completely
bad .weather will he held at wanhibl and mothproof E
i In choice ef 4 lively ent-
530: p.m. Thursday Oct. 8, on .
Jensen' causeway Member, "wives nra. Convertible, corners Y
$0"L 4"Jllc.
THEY and guests will attend.
FOR, i1ft 1899deN.e"e
CAPTAIN BI.N: RICO
aJ9 IILRf IV ACCimrVT:: D
Captain; Benjamin Ri,.. USNret. va .h.-....'..1.,1.... \\J
UNG ..... ..
.. of Jupiter, "ell-knovm to residents Nnl.n.e,. o
of the Stuart area for hit I -.
carvings of birds is in the U. 1 ,
Naval Hospital at Bethesda Md. W r't'

which recuperating occurred from on his an vacation accident r .- .,.. ./. t
and Mrs N A$15 w*ewr
Captain Rigg. vacationing *
In Canada had slopped ate "l
roadside. park Their car rolled n"c J"iS "Cbarle II Plt4Jt"12.l..h.
lOUTHIAST FLORIDA DAIRY INITITUTI Into a picnic table which In turn y
knocked over Captain Rigg and I '. '
e'OPNe tll4 broke his knee 4v 0 Capacity
Electric Room Heater (
-::: TIJI1X Ate/el v &, 0 0 Flo 95'Filter
Central: Electric' StrefjM' line Jetlfa' pats rtes*'94 And: NOW'12 $
-1--/ r In 1964DISCOVER grille feed *tor.f. in I..f lf 21 Inches wUtfc& r.,0fU4. th.rmeatateentrolled. \ Wash Temp. 8. 9"
..." lector l I. ..., N get It, delight N volt lit Dial bat
yw wank shate 3 Load Sicif5Yr. !

; ItlZERO-DEGtU HOTECTION ft, M to II pes.J..f surf air.,.,entlr f'I nRIt! Hurryf'Into j \V
fraiN fed rrdnty
IfINO DEFROSTING fIt III Ik. l>Mh ftW H-S- '_' .. T r
Where Your Money Can I ,.tt"'....

If'!l rORCIUiN VEGtTAIlt UN Herti f/10 talitlIff NEW NYLONS
EARN MORE HANDY DOOR STORAGE .fceUi fell .....re.U'SUDI .
OUT SHILl CRKAT-T.OING
!
t Invested at > III.1tniA a.c 225

cur ms wootcrwsyir / Raped, Meech. lee. .lld'e c
real .akbn. ed re jr II.l .
of x nARI $22995 t 1 l Puce>> far, far fetter than M
% 01 UADfRsMPFOR ONlr I'I .... ii'.. ,rt loN More ...../If adze. plus. M Ms4 1AM Reap.w .
1,4 .. our, iej ... H.*. ...., Ai$J pre lira V *.*+
4 ttmt l1UDr. hedart !. H Mi"..nr.ft.)M. ..
Savings; deposited1 by

the 10th earn interest IYlTJUM

from the First WE DO COMPLETE. BRAKE -WORK SHOCKS AND MUFFLERS -,

Aeee..$ fiMW4; MAgrnt .. SI..... b,. am AMkIpllN4 ,wly ...... -
of the Federal Gatmrntntt v HtftUNi WOfK fclHWl)0Hl ffMVv BALANCE
ewL..1yCITIZENS
? pail BRAKE A iO cote ewe t WtoMt r rdtrtld I -

vl lv 's> .xo-d t ..... ...1.I a PLUS lOTI.SPECIAL .

FEDERALSAVINGS VV .Ail.*' slat *' Add 1r.cU............tor. Front WhecMGOODYEAR

C" Trent ter ear."bis T lie lJMrH Inr..f.i Lit $mki 'If\! ..
AND LOAN ASSN. -

OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY SERVICE STORE

417 ORANGE''' 'AVtXUE, nil: f.UUCI>C tc4.Ma ,

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FORT PIERCE 287-1242. 257 B. 6SCE01A, STUART, IrLOM1Dt; J874243I r rI'


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JbunodII,. October I, 19 64 I ; \: : = > .

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Batteries Gas
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Theft Charges r' .1 9
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Davies -w
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Against ,f. .
1Tu' f ;t4li ", >(.: .
3
Stuart Police Chief Je' a /
Taylor paid tribute Monday ft the _, ,
Loopentmn of lye-witneetes. I\lIe>< r ; "
Information led to the earl m i f :

ret pcct of a tw y..y..r-old theft sn t<. tt; + Nr .

John R. Davies, Lincoln! Av. !<

flue was picked up by Patrolman l'
.
Harry Barnes and charged with .
scaling two batteries and a quantity ,
..
of gasoline Sunday afternoon 'tM'
r111E '
'
from Dickeron. Inc., equipment r. ...
parked on Tenth Street behind f. .
the premises of First Federal Savings ', ... f.
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and Loan Association of Mar If. :;
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tin County. ::::b:. ." .., ,. .
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One of the batteries recoved I _nil ...'i" ::!ill" 1IIt. ... --" m"Q
d. .Tl-T_ :. LJ..1. 'lili 111 1111II
from Davies'I car, a Davies Carlos Hudson, middle linebacker .
Sabclla tackle:
Tucker, end Ernest
HEADHUNTERS, defensive line of Stuart Junior High ;
told Chief Taylor that, the other Bruce Stiller, middle linebacker
rI Dodge, middle guard -
had been placed in a boat at Port I Jaguars phtyed a major role in winning the reasons home opener : Wayne Wilson end.
Salerno against Pahokee Junior High, Saturday Left to right are: Charles : Paul Karuirek. tackle, and Wayne ,

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'RABBITS FOR KIDV PRIZES DAY Etta DeStefano's 79 Tops Jaguars Trim Pahokee

Among the give-awayt at the ;: ;
Kiwanis-sponsored Kid! Day on I WE MADE 111 .Martin Countv"i Ralph Kramer ('2)) carries the ball over the halfway tine in Friday i'
Sept. 26 were twelve "white prairie I night'a game at Seacrest This play, early in the third quarter, marked the first time the Tigers Field Day at Fort Pierce
jack rabbits" The lucky winners : penetrated Seahawk territory.Conferenceleading, 13-0 in 1964 Opener
were: Edward Didden, Sylvia Etta DeStcfano of Stuart fired i Golfers Association of Martin
Woods Susan Conley Billie Leach, her best-ever 79 to win low gross! County were among the sixty-six
Quinn King, Roxanne Fagen, Pa. Wildcats Are field, m the Field Day of the Upper from five clubs who took I Stuart Junior Hijis J,, "+u+U>al3E -
tricia Park, Donna Johnson Patricia players =:;;
East Coast Lady Golfers Aisocia-! part in the event. Other local winners I made Coach Jim Naviukys uar'l SIUART
Harrell, Margaret Gledhill, tion, held at Fort Pierce Sept. 24.
were: Jackie Hartsell, low net, a happy one, \beating visiting i 1964 SCIIEDULEOct.
Mark Kilbourne and Dennis Chall-
Fourteen members of the Lady field; Marian Kelleher, low net, hokee Junior High Saturday, 5

ancin. To Clash with the Tigers FridayBob .u third flight and Louette Woodrum Navitsky expressed himself a swell -Vero Beach (a)
and Gertrude Mmnehan, who tied pleased with the win; the work Oct. 17-St. Lucie (a)
Complete BoatPackage Warranty Deeds for low putts, nine holes. of his entire team, particularly Qct 24-Open
Perularvis, missing from virtually impregnable, the Tigers end for the Hawks first TD in I In recent club play, Jackie "The Headhunters," his defensive Oct. 31-St. Lucie (h) i
last week game, ,is expected to re penetrating only briefly in the the second quarter to climax a Filed in Week Hartsell won low net eighteen unit; and with the fine crowd of Nov 7-Pahokee (a) nc
turn to Martin County Tigers defensive third quarter for two gains from 61.yard march Mike Rose scored holes, and Ida Allen was the nine- spectators Nov. 14-Vero Beach (h) 1

guard apot in Friday the fifty to the forty-seven and the second TD for the homesters hole winner. The Jaguars next game will be inr i, .. '4
NEW FIBRJCLAS: J4-FT. home game against the SuncoastConference forty-five. The Tigers were also in the last I 11 I seconds of the game at Vero Beach on Saturday Oct. ;
tw.BoMC with Baltwett co-leaders, Palm Beach held to three firM downs against' on a paw from Jim Reichert and Vista Salerno Properties, Inc. 10, at 7 p.m.. Their next home Stuart scored again in the thirdquarter
NEW WESTBEND" 9 HP Wildcats'W the Tigers can certainly their opponents fifteen T J. Doherty raced around end to Mrs. Janet Peek. Lot 37-A, Field Day PlannedAt game will be against St Lucie on when Charlie Tucker went
Outboard Motor use him. Mike Cralga broke around left for the extra point. block N, Vista Salerno, $600.I Port St Lucie Oct. 31.The I over from the two to climax a" -

FOR AS The Wildcats are ranked fourteenth .. I Ernest S, Mead to Walter A. Jaguars controlled the yard drive.OTHER .
LIPTLEASOIIIER $58800 in the slate, and in the I ,-,: ""!"\ 'fJW. j Sutonun art iphanna' B. Sutoni Plans for an Upper East Coast game throughout, but the Pahokee. I
words of Tiger Coach Bob Collins ; I Lady Golfers Association field defensive prevented any score until .
his wife, estate the
by
}I as an
are "a good ball learn, the ; i entireties. An undivided .half day to be held at Port St. Lucie i the third quarter, when end SUN COAST RESUL1S
PACKAGESUp duos of the conference in one on Thursday and Friday Oct. 29 Ralph Hartman went down undera I (Friday, Oct 2))
in
to 20-11. Boat and | interest property government the kick and recovered Pahokee Forest Hill J4, Pahokee 6
announced a
and 30, at
All of which meant that the i lot I. section 33, township 37 S., were
50 IIP Outboard will have to whaleof business meeting of the Lady Golfers fumble in the end zone for a I Lake Worth 14, Belle Glade 0
Tiger play one 41 E. $11,500.
a defensive! game to stay i in i. :: 1 I range Association! of Martin County touchdown. Halfback David Lowe Fort Pierce 21, Riviera Beach 14
i ONLY ,$189000.1NANCaSG there Friday. Peter J. McClee to Ted Bishop Tuesday I ran the extra point. Palm Beach 19, Vero Beach 0
.Qi Lot 3 and south 30 feet of lot 2, I
ARRANGED: Great defensive play by end > f block IU, First Addition to Krueger In Tuesdays club play, Etta
Johnny Wood, halfback Ralph : : DeStcfano won the 18-hole low
TO SUIT PLANS Estates. 52,800.
YOUR Kramer and linebacker Clark Collins ] I net tourney, and Bea Todt the 9.
Come I* and Work Out A Boat were not enough to save Mar. North River Shores, Inc. to hole blind holes contest. AUTOMOBILE
''C B. Arbogast Lots 6 and 7,
Package Best Stilled, For You Un County from a 13-0 setback I '
block 17, section: 4, North River
''
at Seacrest last Friday in their
l BAILEY BOATCOMPANY first SurKou.it Conference game : J' 1 Shores Subdivision $13,000. Wagner Company Lot 29, Lighthouse .
of the scnnon They had previously I William F Murin to William Point. $4,390. INSURANCEfor
beaten Okeechobee In a non-conference 1 I R Rigdon Property in lot 75, Bessemer Properties, Inc. to
AlA, JENSEN BEACH game i Gomez Grant. 1300. Southern Gulf Utilities, Inc. Property

I __ h ,___ ..__ ___ .__ __ ---.The. .!.hawks' defense_proved 3' I Tuctbay Properties, Inc. to Pub- in parcel 3, George W Bakers EVERYONE
ta. lic Health Foundation for Cancer Subdivision! $10,000.

"We Believe Business Goes Where :21 and Blood Pressure Research, Inc. Edna C. Moates to Roy E.
I
Property In section 3 of St. Lucie Smith Jr Lots 12 and 13, block

Treated", ; : : Estates Subdivision. $14'OnO.( 20, Port Salerno. $1 I,800. '

. .. Public Health Foundation for First. National "< 1\ Foer
4
WE ARE INCHING You TO TRY OUR PLAtT: -- -- Cancer and Blood Pressure Research Lauderdale, as trustee, tQ Elmer NO
PLAYERS OP lilt.: WEEK: for the Okeechobee and Seacrest Inc. to Florida Oceanographic I Kreiser Property in sections 22 i'
SPECIAL FOR NEXT SUNDAY
games!, respectively/ are Johnny Wood ((33), Tigers defensive end Society, Inc. Property in and 27, township 39 S, range 38)
Choke of Two rMde DUheai iRoll and Butter $100] and Ralph Kramer, ((32)), defensive halfback They were selectedby section .3 of$100.St. Lucie Estates Subdivision E. $100.

SALISBURY STEAK a panel of local judges. Elmer Kreiser to Holdings, Inc
r Coffee or lea iChoice of Dessert Felix Melh to William H. Jen- Property in sections 22 and 27, TURNDOWNSWant
nings. Lot 170, Second Additionto township 39 S., range 38 E. $22-
Soil Conservation News South Jensen Heights $9800
Allots L WhiteviJe to JamesD 000.Sally
F. L. POWELL'SMotel I B. Peters to Forrest R
Friend Lot 35, Westward Schrcffler, section 34, to know more? Call now. .
Property in
and Restaurant County Awards Winners to Subdivision.Kremser Land$800.Corporation to township 37 S., range 41 E. $IW.
Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
Walter C I1 gan. Lot 34 block:

.j' U. S. No. 1 2 Blocks North of Bridges! Get Honors at Farm Meet 21 division, section$1400 3. Hibiscus. Park Sub- Florida to Outboard Fund of the Marine State Cor of ReardonINSURANCE

i We Are Open Every Day For Tale Winter Joseph Fearnley, Individually t: n.theAsEa of submergedland
l' By LEE CASON JR. farm: Chariot Bacheller of the and as trustee, to Elbert D. Maxwell in Lucie River i in sec
"A SQUARE DEALWIIHIVfRY: MEAL"
Audubon Society for erosion control Lot I, jotS Park Estates! tion 32, township 37 S, range 41
-.- --- --, -- -- .- -- For several years t b. Florida and wildlife conservation project $2000 E.. containing 4.7 acres, more or AGENCY
Wildlife Federation, sponsored by *; and ROIl Witham of the Lighthouse Point, Inc., to E R. less $3000
the Sears Roebuck Foundation, has
Izaak Walton League for research Hoverman lot 188, Lighthouse Homer E. Greathoiue to George
Krueger Stuart AT 7.3262
GOLFNew presented county and governor'sawards with spiny loonier and atone crabs. Point 54,500.IJghthouae'. A Trotter, Property in lot 78, Gomez Building,
\U> organizations and annual per I Governor i awards of gokl medals I Point, r Inc \to W. H. Grant $16000.
IOna making the greatest i plaques and expense to the

Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. resource contributions fields.in Martin selected Countian natural annual banquet at Tallahassee! on :' ) "" :tt') '' .t.\If :" .
19 received Ernest ,, '
Sept. were by '. 'fI t. "f" to '
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LUCIE BOULEVARD Torn right just before crowing continue to receive top awards, Lyons of The Stuart News and ."1' .. .. "J.i" "I: ,'l /.I\ t. ., .. ''
New Bridge to Beach Gold medals and framed certificates Phil Sameck. local 1 merchant. t.'t7:. 'n;, ..it',1if : L: .' '
are to be presented to Lyons' awards were for effortsIn } .: .. '.; ;
COMPLETE Greens Fee this year'a award winners during salt water conservation, while "" ", ; II' .
Martin County Farm Bureau'a an- Sameck's were for adult guidance ': 10\',...
18-HOLE COURSE $3.50 nual meeting at Indiantown on I In junior conservation efforts '. 1: : '
.
ELECTRIC\ CARTS $600 for IS llole -$400 for 9 Holes Saturday, Oct. 10, 6:30: .p.n1:. The They won two of the ten governor .
Seminole Ian is the meeting place, awards presented in Florida.
f.' and an outstanding program and The Martin Award Committee
MEMBERSHIP: banquet I is foreseen I is computed of persona from service a
MEMBERSHIP RATION FEE $10000 r- County awardees and their accomplishments clubs, conservation organizations M
i follow: MartinIKuvelniana i and newt media The awarda
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP 8000 I
and
of the I&iak Walton program U a continuing one,
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP: 10000
invited to
League voted outstanding conser- organizations are present
10 PLAY BOOKS ., .. 3000 at Valiomst for striped bas researchand I nominees for future awards
20 PLAY BOOKS 55.00 trial plantings! : Jack Sameckof Information is available from natural
30 PLAY BOOKS ... 75.00 the Junior Conservation Club, resource organizations such
outstanding Junior conservationist as those cited.WARREN .
DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE COLT SIIOF for soil, water, and wildlife:. conservation I
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS proj cts. Lee Kim Poy, cooperator : G. CORLISSIN

MAW MOORE fro. ROBERT: UILUAMS, Mgr. with the Martin Soil Conservation I NORTH ATLANTIC
District for soil,
applied
Warren C Corks Jr., electricians -
Dial 287-2274
water, plant and wildlife Connervalion mate second class USN.

practices on a truck crop son of Navy Captain (R Mrs. Warren O Corliss of Stuart

CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. recently R. I., aboard deported the Quonset anuMibmarineaircraft Point

carrier USS EMMX for

EVERYTHLNG FOR YOUR BOATLNG PLEASURE" Atlantic.training operaliona EaseL! wiU Join in the fifty North other Totally) new Rambler) Classic. .


l AuthorUH exercises ships for involving major) more fleet training than 65s sweeping) change in looks length liveliness .

Es CHRISCRAFT'SEA 21,OOO Navymen. She normally most ,
la the hub of an antl-wbmantle
SKIFF I" hunter-killer" group' composed of
surface, gub-surface and air units sew Internediate-Size Rambler Classic it bigger,brawn
JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER designed to find and destroy enemy i lit, more solidly Rambler than ever. NEWJ Spectacular RAMBLER 65
submarines. Km: will visit '
Torque Command-world im
including
T Halifax,to Nova Quonsct Scotia: Point"before returning ,wt engines advanced, Six.Two V-8 options All-new convertible 3 SENSIBLE SEECHCULARS( !
( touwiN Power
IALER > ,hardtopssedan* gons.NEW'Sports-car
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pan,. Kindred,SupcrmarVxt K vIc
Names Officers Chek. Krauts& < Representative' William E Ow. I postcard from the Edward I
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Shop. Frank.TV. Texu In ,, Mapps conveyed new they
Th Saturday at which home at Hiawaaaee "The
Training Club I of cock Furniture. Martin Ci'inn i .
) Martin and clcrkJesigata tain country of North Carolina foliage' i is just beginning to puton
bran Martin
County Senior High School !bee Web Memorial ,n''I', II i. ; of the Houes were chosen: and north lco>rgl'&. They recently its fill dress," wrote Mapp
Ordway Foul MotooVhit __ ,__ __ ____ ____,
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1964-65. scar Boat Works Inc.. and! [nKa in ac I Ir
Rio-Stuart Paint and Supple! In
The officen chosen fur thec"min.a in Kobe Sound ., '
Randall!: R 1.1. FRIDAY SATURDAY
are: president, Harold :
year
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BMrklge; VHe president, David I town Printing Compum, and ta! .
Chambers; secretary, Ginny Tri
Salerno. Southeastern
Print
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av; reporter, Melba Merritt; his Company -UI

t Betty rllln,Yates Sparkle, and Dustin parliamentarian; treasurer 1 ......._'*", ., i a 'M N A \\Z 'r
Bruce L'Hcureux. '
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which is designed to prepare many kind and sympathetic acts STUART SHOPPING CENTER
dents for Job efficiency in a 5lU-j that came to me at the tune of my
ber of occupations in the fields recent bereavement Especial
of business and industry thanks. to Martin County Barracks First Time Ever
It is called Diversified Cooperative No. 854. the Woman's Auxiliaryof I Offered
Training because the student Barracks No. 854, the Stuart,,
learners alternate between school Police Department and Station I Made( to our own exacting specifications More fine products
in the mornings and job training WSTU .
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: : Weaver explained that I'h I 11lulpniynt system 1. protect all mu"lnl
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LA THE STUART (Fla,) NFWS' Thursday, October 8, 1964 snn aran I an undetermined quantity of Jjro-(

Subjects of New Books'/ Stuart Police | ceries stolen.


Auxiliary and Are SOCIETY I Probing Breaks A NEW CQRPORATION
Legion r.r.u Range'Scale'A to Z' IS GRANTED CHARTER

In Little Dixie M.C.I. Inc. Stuart dealing in
'
PlatningAddition to PostThe 1 Subjects indudtag fact ffction by the fact that we see all Com I real estate and construction' 1, has

I and !science, ae W ranffof froth astronomy munwt ttHttftties. as a single unit Stuart police are investigatingtwo been "granted" a charter by the
to Zen are covered! in "At Lars*.' by Herbert Kubly. Little Dixie break-in. believetl of state Incorporate
secretary
American Legion Auxiliary I I her cannot attend a meeting, gift ncurly a score of new boors re I to have been perpetrated by the
Harold Johns Post No. 62, met may be sent to Mrs Florence Bui cuitly received at the Martin The author of "American in Italy between are Paul Bryant Jr., John Sad-
Monday Sept 28 at the lard rehabilitation chairman, and "East Sicily twia Mitten same person or person Z.
evening incan tuunty library in 6 p.m. Sunday and 7 a.m. Monday I ler and James Burgess Stuart
Legion Hall of the Auxiliary and money 'The Hottest Fourth of July a new traflel. book which begins I' and Elmo Mattox., Palm City.
Legion Commander Charles Eit donation may bo sent to Mrs In the History of Hangtree County with an account of the annual At Rogers Grocery on Tenth I

zen visited the the new auxiliary section of and the discussed car Jennie of Wflbar the auxiliary treasurer. also m I by Clifton Adam A Western production of Wllhehn Tell i in I Street aJJniwion was gained by CHARGED IV THEFT
marshal stalked by three the author's New Glw to the roof
drainpipe
vengeful birthplace. climbing a AT LITTLE DIXIE
building which n under! consideration Marea conference will be held
brothers, fighw for tin !life in us Wis.. and ends trim aft !atieeunl l and entering the store by way of
by the groups If anyone hit SttnOBy. Oct I 1A in Lekcland'atthe t town decked out/ for a holiday. of summer in a fatry-hattntcd I an air vent. Two cartons of cigarettes Willie Perry of Little Dixie was
a building to donate the .Legionand post home there beginning at Trader td the Stars," by Poul New Hampshire wood! In between I valued at $5.32, and $25in arrested recently I and charged
the will it and 620 .
Auxiliary a.m.Mans
move
I Anderson. Science-fiction advent. are sandwiched visits to'' pennies and silver were stolen. with breaking and entering a young
attach it the
Members to present reminded building.that were made for the joint ures of a Iu\ y Dutchman who Switzerland Italy Sardinia a German At the civic center a I 11 o on people's center I in Little Dixie
the deadline were for the Christmas meeting of the Harold Johns Post plies the interstellar trade routes musical odyssey from Bay I Tenth Street t back door was About $16 wan taken from a jukebox
and wih the Jensen .
Gift Shop is Nov t. Thew gifts Auxiliary Beach Cooking: Without a Grain of rcuth to Salzburg and a wine : forced; a screwdriver used to pry Making the arrest was Deputy)
go Post and to hear the
to the Vet Hospitals. If any mem ports of the Auxiliary delegate to both Girls re Salt:and' by imaginative Lima W Bagg collection A var'led of with tasting a tcctotalcr-cousm Journey along .the Rhine i the lock off a grocery locker and Sheriff James Holt

and State I
Boys I
low salt recipes for those who "The States Rights Debate An
The Auxiliary wfll hold a rum. must restrict sodium Intake. federalism and the Constitution,"
mage ale Saturday Oct. 31. Committee by T. Mason. This timely
Yachts Visit Vendetta for the Saint, by Letlie Alphcus
chairman I 11 Mrs. Nellie : Charter! Simon book provides the historical buck
Templar alias
Pcz/oni assisted by Mrs. Davlda I HEY KIDS !! BRING MOM.
I uH'A I the Saint, i i. pitted against t the ground for understanding the explosive .
Marina Here Taylor, Mrs. May Barnes, Mr. Black Hand in Sicily. issue of states rights. The
Gertrude Minnehan' and Mn. I, Song of Sixpence: by A. J. book is divided into four parts,
Dullard Cromn. A warm and appealing each dealing with a specific pron $10.00 VALUE 11x14
Mrs Evelyn H. Rand left Lang- Rummage' donations may be I story of a boy's growth in a Scot. lem and illustrated, with relevant;
ford Marina on Oct. 5 on her yacht brought to. the meetings on Oct fish village Laurie timid and documents.
:the "Lazy Girl," after a three. 31 to the sale place l which will be quiet to forced to try and he strong "After Nora Slammed the Door;' BUST
month stay. The yacht will be tied announced. I I and self-reliant when his father by Eve Merriam. This book evaluates %
up at the Brazilian Docks: In Palm ATTENDED CONVF.Nf10N I dies He I la helped by a remarkable the present position of the VIGNETTE
Beach near Mrs Hand apartment spinster who introduce him to so-called emancipated western >

Attending the forty.first annual 'reading and botany and by his I woman and concludes that the :: PORTRAITFOR
Six yachts and their owners were crippled teacher who coaches him more things change the more they .x
,guests at the marina this past week, Savings ; : for the university scholarship which remain the same

according to Perry Kirk manager the first part of last week were a 'I': will lift him out of mediocrity "Meet In Darkness," by Stephen ONLY
I i Yachts and owners included the James A. Ourvcy and Robert F. "Outlaws on Horseback," by Ransome! A suspense! story of a
"Imperator" Leon H. Robinson! McRoberts Jr of First Federal I Harry S. Drago The history! of kidnapping which took place on
, Long Island N V; "Unico IV," Saving & Loan Association! ol t the organized bands of bank and a Florida beach $ 00
,United Last Coast Corporation, Martin County. train robbers who terrorized the Malgret Dead Man" by 1
New York City; "Sybarita," Mrs CONStlMF.RI'tNANCE WEEK prairie town of Missouri Kansas, Georges Simenon. The suave InSpector .
Hunt T. Dickinson, LocuM Val. Indian Territory and Oklahoma Maigret solves the murderof
ley N Y. Governor Farris Bryant' nil proclaimed e for a half a century.. a man brutally stabbed in the
I The 'Spring Fever Ilf" James i the week of Oct. to Her Are the\ authentic storiesof middle of the Place de la Concor
,Armour, Philadelphia; "Sea Scape.;' be "Consumer Finance Week" Jesse! James, Belle Star Chero de. 35< for Pocking
Dr. and) Mrs E. P. Aulls Grand throughout Florida it was an kee Bill, Chris Madnen Bat Maw and Handling
"Focus
Island; "35 Ctiscratit," Carl Swan- nounced. The designation was terson and other colorful char on Stan "Everyman'sGuide byBarberree Bring All
to Astronomy, by Julius
:son Cocoa Beach timed to coincide with the annual acute '
CAKE CUTTERS. Jack and Gertrude Whitfield were joined by"a ChildrenAGES
D. Staal Thi I is an exciting ac
Langford Villa from convention of the National Consumer "Agrlppa's Daughter," by How- Studio
guest -
host of friends In celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversaryat count of the workings of the uni.versethe' :
Florida included J. Finance which ard Fast A novel about
Emmett Queen
Kelley Association
6 Wlc.
Salerno to 10.Yrs.
Port
,, Saturday. motion of the earth,
Riviera Beach, Don K Mo will convene In Miami Beach on Bernice of Israel, granddaughterof \ Satisfaction Guaranteed' .00
$1 Extrafar
the of the of
tides, ,
cause paths
by, Satellite Beach; D. Nelson, Oct. 13 for the entire week Golden Bells Herod the Great, and her struggle I NO APPOINTMENT Full
Wedding the planets, the distances of stars FIgur
Daytona Beach; Mr and Mrs. Paul against Roman overlords to
Miss Sandra Kindred daughter and the composition of galaxies. NECESSARY Selection of Poles
Faloon, Fort Lauderdale; Frank gain rule over Israel With Israel I
Purpura, Orlando; Mr and Mrs of Mr. and Mrs Charles Kindred, spilt into a dozen petty kingdoms, "A Family of Islands," by Alec
Donald L, Weeks, West Palm I Eldorado Heights, has entered her the Romans schemed to keep the Waugh. A history of the West Indies
Beach, Dennis 'V Roberts, West sophomore year at Tift College. Haifa Century of nation divided, while i l Bernice from 1492 to 1898 with an 3 DAYS ONLY-
Palm Beach, Kenneth C. Myers, Forsyth, Ga. .......' cleverly played one king against epilogue sketching events from
Stanley C Myers, Eugene Heiman, Mrs. Adeli-Montam..rl; and another and eventually is courted the Spanish-American War to the THURS.
,all of Miam.Outofstate. daughter returned last week to Observed by the Roman Emperor himself 1960 FRI., SAT.
Villa guest Included their home Halpatiokee Street, Marriage A ceptive and! entertaining
W C. Worchester, Indianapolis from a vacation spent in Buffalo "The Antagonists" by William account of Florida neighboring OCTOBER 8th 9th 10th
and Mr and Mrs. R. Wilson, N Y, Hazzard Colonel Russell of the islands, which sometimes spills ,
Westport, Conn.Outofcountry. Nearly 100 friends Joined with mayor of Salerno when the town Security Executive becomes involved over to the Florida mainland
guest included Mr. and M John Wcthmyton Jack and Gertrude Whitfield at was incorporated in 1921 H. was in the power politics of three "The Matter of Zen," by Paul Photographers hours
H H. Wangle, Toronto, Ontario, I and family moved last week from the civic center In Port Salernoon engaged in the wholesale salt water countries after an attempt on the Wienpahl A brief account of za-
Can.: Michael Klencz Woodstock, I their residence on Cleveland Ave Saturday afternoon Oct 3, to in life of Dr Alexander Oorjau'On zen. This is an explanation of the 10 AM. TO 8 P.M.
Ontario, Can., and Ann Gray, Oak. nue to their new home in Legion help celebrate the Whitfiddi fishing for industry, various capacities Dealing With' the Communist discipline of zazen an intensified!
'vi lie, Ontario Can I Height, Jensen Beach, fiftieth wedding anniversary. many years World I ;rby George F Ken- form of meditation practiced by
t They came to Port Salerno in He Is a past master of Acacia nun In this book based on the Rinzal Zen Buddhists of Japan.
March 1915, only five months aft- Masonic Lodge at Stuart a charter Elihu Root Lectures the author The author describes! the traditional NEISNERSSTUART
er their marriage at Concord, N. member of the local Elks Lodge!! offers a sumMary of his ideas on aids to zazen: sitting in the
H,. on Oct. 3. 1914-and have and a past president of SalernoCilic the difficulties that face our coun- lotus position, breathing, counting
remained at Port Salerno throughout Association I try as it confronts the Communist etc.. and includes chapters on the
i if the years, Mrs. Whitfield was town -clerkof world. Mr. Konnan seems to agree history of Zen and its relation to SHOPPING CENTERSTANDARD
rAlr iI I Mr Whitfield was born in Hud Salerno front 1926 to 1935 and with Senator Fulhright that our Western moral and metaphysical 1
L son, N. H, and his wife who was postmaster for twenty years from thinking on this subject is clouded ,, problems
Gertrude Clough before their marriage 1936 to 1916.
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is a native of Somerville They are enjoying their retire. -. '._- .- ..;::-" .,.. -. .. '= .---=::. -
< M0 Mans ment now, but are still active in
.r N0 Jack Whitfield! was the first vice I projects at the civic center,
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PERSONAL COVER-ALL POLICY Hospital Auxiliary Meeting I


.It, you own your homo, and arc a preferred-flik Th' first meeting of the Worn- lag items and knitting for the 11 QIL
driver, you cm get complete protection on your in Auxiliary of Murtin Memorial event :
home fire, extended coverage, household content Hospital was held Oct. 5 at Mrs Nt T. Heckler reportedthat :.ty
and the First National Bank community there are 153 active members
personal liability, plus automobile
existing
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your
room. Dr. IXwne Stemlr, thirtthree0:11110 members and '
radiologist <: : v ,
Insurance all In ONE Personal Cover-All" .- .
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with Martin Memoriii twenty new members since April
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Policy, at a laving! t Hospital was guest speaker 01 a Mrs. William Gesner, award a

See your "American" Agent todiyl "Medicine Under Social: Security chairman reported that ninety-si l
A business meeting followed. women have "worked 3,723 hours ,, -
BILL BERRY AGENCY Mrs. T A. Engchretsen: announced! since April.
'Christmas Tree Lane," a glorified r The medatlian award representIng ..
610 Colorado Ave, DIAL 21l-0g6A Woman's Club building. Mrs Helen Brno. Mrs. Joe CYowsder Now under, the
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Mrs R. H Dewey Mix Jenrme
Wnorw,
Progress were given
all chairmen. Many members have bi Duslan Mrs. Lily Gintcr, Mri Standard
been Jeannette Coodfellow) Mrs" Nor* sign..new livelier
working enlhuMattically! <
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0. i.r ma Johnson, Mn. Arlene Leach!
diligently! during the summer muk-
man, Mn A. Moore. Mrs. Fred
-.i I Ornian. Mrs But Quinn and Mrs

Dorcas Class ,Margaret R coll.
The following members recclv* CHEVRONegasolines
Heard Pastor ed their cap representing KM] :
hours Mn Claire Bcnedetti, Mrs.;
The boreal Sunday school clasi Ruth Hart, Mrs. O Haiklnt, Mrs., '
of the first Baptibt Church helj) Mary: Heffer Mrs Mary Kernel', :
MrsArlene Leachman, Mrs. B
A tAlwata It monthly business melting and rj
+ social at the home of Mrs. L C. Quinn Mrs. James Rowetl and
k ti, Kieklitor, Tuesday, Sept. 29. Mrs. Mrs. Jewell Yagerley,
Kukliter presided. Mrs. Bertha Pins representing VX( hound weM -
Baldwin brought t the devotional presented tot: Mrs. Margueritt Bas

and prayer was led! by Mrs Charles si, Mrs. R. Balr Mrs. T. A. Lingo Try ifenrfwflr tmat.,fa+ May*most canto gefngf
tI good selecdoa o< trade-to" VoUuwagena. Butts. brctscn!! Mrs. Daniel Gleaion. Kirs

The nominating contmittee presented ', Jessie Kinnie, Mrs. Kf P. Nelson; One of the oldest names in Dixie business, StandardOil
?More trade-ins taken the officer td Mrs. Freda Schlmun, Mn. S. Taf
following
he class for the coining year! ton!, and Mr*. J. V.nKirk.nRC1Jrr invites you to meet the newest, moat exciting

every day as ice deliver president!! Mr. D L. Silvers, vice tti take better cart of 1fJl/o1 car name in motor fada-Chevron gasolines. Choose

president Mn L C. Kickhter COWl CASES da' from 3 great gaaoIines-aU with new livelier
(Filed Oct. 1 to 7)Chancery performance
ecretary-ttwurer: Mr*. Trace
1965 ModelVolkswagens Henry, and they were unanimous. ( ) ...new loug-running economy.For today's

ly elected. Hazel B. Ramey vs. Cell Lei biekttt motor AZ, stop at Standard OOI
A covered dish luncheon was barney, divorce Elton H. Schwan,
served by the hostess assisted by attorney. Complaint: !summons!
Mrs. Charle l Reynolds, Mrs, temporary injunction and order WILSON McCLURE, Agent
Charles Butts and Mrs. Evalena I teturned served
Baker Fifteen member of the Cecil E Taylor vs. Myrtice K. Stuart FloridaI
lass and eleven gusts were pre Taylor divorce: Elton H Schwarz; ,,
22T$1495 '61 Karma Ghla $1195 eat guests being: Rev and Mn. ittorney Complaint; summon returned IY .
Hardtop J. W Marion, Rev. and Mrs. For- served.
mt Watkins and Faith Watkins, Lorraine Hall Vs. Harry Letf
59 Volkswagta $495 '59 olkiwagta S89'S' Mn. Raymond Robinson! Mrs. .hall.; divorce! Elton H. Schwarz, i :
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Pickup Truck Sedan Site SugKr, Mrs Jessie Williams attorney. Complaint affidavit lot J:4riz

'62 Volkawagre '59 VolkiwagtiSlalloo I Mtn Gladys McMahon. Mrs. Meln instructive service; copy of no-

Sedan .......... ...._.. $1395 Wagon .. $595 Miller, and Mrs. John Antoch, ice of suit to newspapers." n
alll class members, Mrs. Evalena (CrtiuIDaI) .,
'61 Vollsawagea $1195 'Sd Volktwagca Bilker, Mrs. t, C. Kkkliter: Mrs. Mary Henderson Scott v*. Wil- s
Sedan ....... .. Sedan $445 Nellie Ann Martin, Mrs. Charles ham Orayion Norvell and J. Rj A
E. Reynolds Mr. Maude Ri h- orvell, damages in excess ofiSOOOtt. I
p.. 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL' :" GUARANTEE rd.on. Mrs. Anna Burgess Mrs. Farah A Fan*-, attortreys.
Lena Pcndvrvit, Mrs Z T Moa- Complaint; summon at law CNEVADsast! CNEYO CHEVRON
ST. icy Mr.*. Trace Henry Mrs. ,sued, and mailed to attorney ew a 4'aeahe
LUCIE MOTORS Charles Butts, M",. Edna Mattew -
*, Mrs. R. H. Turner Mn SCHOOL LUNCH WILE
2M OK CllOBER ROAD PHONE 110 1-404J
? B. W. Ptc rd. Kin. Bertha Bald. Oct 11-17 National School
win ant Mr: Elizabeth Davis. Lunch Week and will be observed
4 FORT PIERCE After lunch Rev Watkins outlined hroughout the county by the KarVL >
tfUrt for the& new church County School Luach FooJ '
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-----r-v i I Hobe Sound NewsMRS. I High School News ,Thursday" October. 8., 1964 -7-A-

Charles Stocrnn, Jack Palm, Toni'
EVA CAMPBELL Correspondent Wolfe Leonard MtePherson RKkBussed. \
"t Correspondent! 546-3911 I By CHERYL HEATH Steve Skellenger. frnisiWation

I .. Kelly ChiMe and Rohbu
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REV. JVCK \IAMY VPFtkS The candidate. for Powder
nJ4 PTA OfficersAttend TO SOCIOLOGY( CUVMRe ruff Ring" are RUT Roberts

1 at (tick Manly woke to Mrs RiMY Scammell. Mite 1.ittm"m.
School Yartwro's "'"M 1 perked' sociology I Larry Ncflsmj' .. and Bill Beck! mar

..Lice' Irula' > Stpt 2.*, The date: of the game hat not \'ct
Rev Manly worked among the been decided
Attending the school of instruction prim line tribe of New (iiimea
for Martm-Okeechobee Bi. The cI.I'1a' shown interesting JUNIOR CLASS !MEETS
county Council of the Parent slides ot the area and Rev Manly
The first\ nwetmg of the iuntor<
Association Pete ,
Teacher were .
I explained the economic
systems wa held Thursday i in the t>niRay
Louise Moon and Mr.
Hand |
I of the peop'oi '
Roberts, Tow House. Diane
Miriam Holt, all officer of the'
I '' Means, and France' Kotze weraloete.1
Hobe Sound PTA. A discussion i I cm rRtr.\DIRS
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student council
: representatives
on PTA financing and budgeting i : 1 HOST okiKiioitrFISl : from the clam
was led by Mrs. W B. Pate. Mrs. | R. T > I OR.SIV
I Frank Myers of Palm
Bench County Council. spoke on MCSH cheerleaders gave Ontario home freezer ownership
a spaghetti dmticr for the OKee ranges, from 149 per cent of thpopulation '
programs and l Thomas Crook, to s.
J ermtendent of schools to Martin'County i e; hob "' e cheerleader at Sara in cities and town to
I presented a film on the MuiHh' home in Jensen Bachpreceding 49.ft per cent on farms

Minimum Foundation Program. | the football game

# Many speakers from. St. Lucie 'I Illc.I"Cllir.lGSI
and J Indian River counties Ian pm Salon
I I OPENED: : SI-PI. .V)
poke on the home and school re I
Ilationa.I The social studies departmentand
Mr. Hand stated that he and ,, ,. The Soultmmd\ Muff <,((Iclal.
I his officer found the meeting most i ic ir ', 1v opened the MCSM political cam. of VJf'
interesting\ and beneficial. They ; I puitn ()\\cdnesdav.' Sept It O.)
said it presented wonderful op. .; 11vw I Slu,1cnt111 vi>le for the
portunity to find out more about e I deniiul imtul.ito\ of their voice
the; PTA organization. after the speiAnvs\ for t both candiI Beauty'IZOitSSiOHA1.
We would like to echo the cn- :I dates .Jmm:\ the wl'CkI'1IIi cam-
timent of,,the community at large I paign
President Hand and his
by giving I ---
,lWALTtR CROWFJL JR, right, vice president of Diclerson. staff a pat on the back. They have First .
'' f fcc. general contractors for the four-lanmg of U. S. 1 through not only accepted the responsibilities I Pep Assembly

Stuart, receives a plaque of commendation from M Ronny Nelson of keeping the PTA organization '. Is Complete Success BEAUTY
past president of Stuart Chamber of Commerce, at Monday alive and effective in our "
Idedication. town; but they have given the +a i ii'. 4 MCSll students' showed' I true

-- whole organization a new enthusiasm i. S ,tY ti't" : ,"-- t. a Tiger spirit In the pep assembly
with their desire to it bigger ; i'! rtui. ''v Uiday
see ) ByVIRGINIA
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MARlIN MFMORIALHOSPITAL :
1 h" cheerleader
and better.Local ... f:. taught the\
students "Mh old and new cheers KINNE Owner
HOME LOAN Births.-Mr, and Mrs Tommia "DOVT SPOIL MY IKE-UP", were the dying words of Brave Filemsuit Oughterson. as he bit the and the band added to the atmosphere Qptfftfrici

Mitchell a son, Sept 22, Mr. and PrincipalIs dust of kids' Day under the guns of Deputies Brian Wahl and Jay CII1iafter breaking wit of Dodge by playing} pep songs::
Mrs. Richard Frmk, a son, Sept. City Jail Sept 26. Coach Collins introduced to FRANCES RFDDISII
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TALKS. 22, Mr and Mrs Ktngsley Smith, --- N-- -- the student body the C.Mhnllleam |I

F a son Sept 23; Mr. and Mrs. Gent Native of Ky.Hobe .w....... t ." I'M l ionville and L. Rader of Millington, A SIUBRORN PtBllCIC.NORH and! the captain for (ho m.e<<:hoI I Now FeaturingPedicures
!hoe Huck Mauldlrt and 1)111) -
Smith a daughter, Sept. 23, Mr. game
N. J. a* house' guests last week. ) WAMMXCIIn :\
by don her old and Mrs. Irvin Griffin, a daughter blathers *
Palm News Lewis
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Sound City Mr. caught a sheerHhead "
Elementary SchoolIs his "finalized report recently
Sept. 25, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
McAlpine, a son. Sept. 27; Mr operating smoothly and efficientv '' tagged by &hhu Brewing Com released on C ivil Defense activities Porttc/er/ lll// Came 1Relaxing' Facials'

and! Mrs. Roan Wall, a daughter, thanks to the efforts of Jack MRS. ANITA WHITE, Mrs. Connie Baxley i Is in Day during Hurricane Cleo( Director
A hew Word Sept. 28; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price, principal and teacher of the Correspondent lone Beach spending some time AI Keaton sail: "loo many Cast Is Chosen

beGh Snyder. a (son Oct. I, Mr. and fifth grade Telephone 217.5512Residence with her son, MI"" Baxley is the people were moving about the oPtS MONIHYnlRU
\\as coihJ'I' Mrs. Ernest Smith a daughter, Mr. Price Is a native of Mt Vcr- mother of Mr. Andy Zglmicki.Mr. county roads and streets at a tinw Orville Wrighta" elected to IUtJRI\Y
Oct. 3.Sept. non,. Ky.,. and a graduate of the II J1U during the hurricane when winds load the cheerleader for the"Powderpuff"
V / University of Kentucky at Lea and Mr. H C Parker, were reaching their peak and flyIng game Other cheer' 304 OSCrOLA AT 7-OS3
24 Admitted, Ada Peck I
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'I ngton, and the Union College at Is Reidnville, da., and Mr. and debris c Niki have canned" fatalities .: leader, will .hi Danny !Shaw,
Robert Karen
.. .... c. Hunter Pike Sharon Regina Griffin Barnes, and- Barbourville Ky. He did graduate Mrs. Walter Enror Atlanta spent .. or serious injuries In the -- -
'' work: at both schools and holds four days last week with the Arnold future* law enforcement agencies,
-\1' Ira Black, discharged! Clara Davis a bachelor't degree. Hit by FireThe Roger of loop Road should. insure. that when winds. have
Thomas Tomnne
Mrs.
Wyatt, WE WANT TO FILL
He is a veteran of forty-nine reached gale force that nil but
Mitchell and baby boy, Charles months of military service thirty residence of Mrs. Millie Mr. and Mr. Johnny Filnnow emergency vehicles.. .. with a wed to
Thomas Delores Warren Mabel
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two months of which were sptntin ski returned Thursday from a two be mil should" bo stopped and their
Voltz fir Mon YOUR PRESCRIPTIONSPharmacy
Crews and Grace Hunter wa* destroyed by week vacation In Houston, Tex., ,
France and Germany from 1942 occupant delivered to their homes
25 Admitted/ Blanche day morning' with side to Mutumoros, .
Sept. to 1946. : a trip or to the nearest Red Caws shelter
The house located West
Morgan, Samuel Sales, Ivy Mur- Mr. Price expressed' his pleasure Second Street was off McCorJ on Avenue Mexico. A* most everyone Is aware, h our business and ws ate. prepared to do the batpnaalble |
ton. and Frank Richards dit-I
charged, Emily SuU Lulu; Law at having the opportunity! to work Mrs Voltz was not at home a* she Jerry 7gmkkl! "spent' the week this was a small hurricane Persons 'Juts at U. Our !bucntiiry. of drugs and material' k
in Sound in Fort chances
Hobo Living who took unneteasary -
Is Miller Flower end in lieach.
fence, Steven Reitz, Susan! Smith Pierce at present, h. likes this area, harm employed and was by working Dayton during it should be aware that always fresh and' ".",, "'1.. Our people are expert and wixloiM
"Glownership"'When Mrs. Richard Frmk and baby boy and has made tentative plan for The Palm Volunteer Fire The Palm City Civic Organization they are fortunate In not being '
City I .
Betty Baker Mary Newhouse! moving to Stuart in the near future. Department received the call at will hold its first meeting! on Injured and that they should obey to please. ry in

Randolph Cooper Cecil Shup- Del t. Uat.#.,pm. in. the the official U S. Weather Bureau .
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9:43 a.m. When 4he trunk arrived Tuesday ... .
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trifle ) .vw.r
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you GLOW with pridein Sept. 26--Admitted, Richard the entire roof was ablaze. The advisories and County advisories and "PiZ. 'WC's Rf'fir"

the house' you've bought/ and McCknon, Carol Wall, Betty Craig FIRST GRANDCHILD house was of frame structure with Sunday, Oct 11, following service bulletins- precaution in the future. } {

when you GLOW with satisfaction. and Leonard Smith; discharged, Mr. and Mn. Glenn Thomas, asbestos siding. at the United Church 0 f --- ------- ,
with the way your monthly payments Bertha Mack Mae Filson Frank Hobe Sound citizens proudly announced The roof of an outbuilding was Christ (Congregational)) there will .
are wiping out your monthly Saunders Gertrude Schroeder the arrival of their first burning but the fire was quickly be a covered dish dinner with an WOOttI.WA1f11ED I
loan- Ira Black and Karen Hunter grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Richard extinguished. open hou* reception between 2 GRID CAM: nnu
Sept 27-Admitted, Mrs Billy W. Sand became the parent Built: Pendarvis, sole fireman at and .4pm. for friends to meet MIXED *:MO I IONS 4 4tG

-boy, THAT is "alowne hlp!" McAlpine, Willie Mae Shaw, of i six-pound baby girl!, Sept 22. the station ill day fire, 'hud! no help the new pastor, Rev W E: Wilson, James Woodall, Martin County Q d/A1"lcyt/ i A
Paul Green Carl Haarula Sophie The baby' name is Judith Shan- until tr* County Department and Mrs Wilson High VhooTs principal l, watched ,
First Federal Savings of Vero Fafa Edward Hewitt, Mary Hon- non Sands. arrived.PTA Church I Iht long Field season" opener
All ladies of First Baptist
Beach is pretty apt to be able to eyhine, Ann Pitcher, Hannah Tepne Also bursting with pride M maternal of Palm will observe the annual football game between the Stuart ,
aerve you with exactly the kind of and! Lucy Palmer: discharged grandmother, Mrs. Fannie niAIRMFN: MEET Week City of for State Tigers and the Okceihohoe Brahman I

loan and payment plan to meet Mrs Gene Smith and baby girl Jackson, teacher of English a tMartin Room mothers and chairmen Mittion at the Prayer church on Wet with somehat mixed feel t
your needs pleasantly Sharon Barr, Charlene McGee County High i School Lit ings.I l d' 'jnrt ft this way,
of the Palm City Parent: Teacher Ninth Street Oct I U, 10 a.m.. and t1"WMa
Pauline Segna and Louis Champion tle "Shan" is at home' with her Association, met at the home of Oct. 14, 730: glad to see Stuart win, ut
Loan service at First Federal I Is parents at .the Olen-Ru Trailer Mn. Wilma Higbce on Reilley pin.A Okeechohee fare better against ..
neighborly and fast. They inspect Sept 28-Admitted, Harry Bay Park. Avenue Oct. I. young boys' and girls' choir ether He I I. the former principal: --- --- ----- -

the property carefully as to location lisa Juan ita Hendrick. Dorothy They discussed' plan for the was formed during .the Kids' kru- of Okeechobe High School.all i POUR RFXALL SHORESTUART :

construction (or plans), value Otenbriet, Stoney Montague Bruce' SOFTBUL TFAM Halloween carnival and enjoyed sade at the Assembly of Uod

and title. This is for their own pro Nethers charged, and A d Clarence a Morgan Jacobs Robert; dis VICTORY PAR1Y coffee and doughnut each Church Sunday The young .people sing this week Rev WlllarJ" Mul-' DRUG CORP.

tection but it protect you. too. Pike and Mrs. Irvin Griffin and The Western Auto Wizards, lie morning.A Imi Sneedwille, Tmn, la I the I
baby girl.Sept. dies' aoftball team of Jupiter, helda FIRST O.A. COROVA11O1 special revival i I. being held speaker.' / Service are held! at 7:)0 OPPOSITE: R. M. STATION SMART 2I7-H11

You can save money on your 29-Admitted I t t Ruby victory' celebration party at the Sunday, Palm following serv. at the Assembly' of Clod Church. pm Everyone fo. welcom. I __ __ .__n ._ __ .__ .. _--_
]loan..; there because their initial costs Creech, Jmc Simmons Emma home of Mrs. Nancy Simpson' ,, Ice! at the City First Baptist -- ... ..... .. rw .. ,. .
(clearly stated in advance) and Holstein, Mary Fittpatnck. Archie Saturday, Midnight buffet was Church the first coronation\ I ""'IiIII"""' "" -. ':.m 'IC'' A(1iIIJ\( ."',, .
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their interest rates are reasonable DrummonJs, Rodeen I i i hop, rd and trophies were Kiwanis of Girls' Auxiliary was held. The ''" ....'. .",.!\1Ijf ',, 1'1
and because! they allow you to reduce Bernice I Stevens, Montgomery : : team from the program was opened by a prayer '.: ra. II" .
your total interest cost by Trimmer, Ivtimmie Ryalf Robert softball league and Charles Beck followed by a hymn and Scripture. : A 1t r V"i.1 """of.-'.'hi,' : kras0 '
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making advance payments on principal Pike Melvin Gunter and apnnsor' reading r" "
without penalty, when you la Snyder: discharged Mr*Virginr" Present; were Mr. and Mr*. Robert I Two maidens, Evelyn Austin. { ..,:""' ,, to" t
are able. McAlpine and baby boy Hugh Simpson. Mt. and Mn. Robert and Mary Zefcendott wen given
larch. Leonard Smith, and Jua- Intel l. Mr. and NfL Norman Ne- charge hy 0A. Director Mrs.
They .will probably make an additional rtua HendricVs. vad. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Batus, Mary Alice Vinglmg. Mn. Fran
loan later on the some Sept. 30 Admitted Louis I Mr, and Mrs. Edward Shepard. cia Grove presented each with a
mortgage if you wish to Improve Champion, Emma Shoeff and Er. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Colas, Mr. and green octagon signifying completion d
Vets Mn Charles Giles, Mr. and Mrs. of f their first
or enlarge your home or for otherpuMo'ea nest' DeMerci; dischiu-ged. step
nell Williams. ", Lila Miller, Clan Ed Holmes Mrs. Pat Love. Mil The first queen Debbie Van Tul. v
ence Charpelka Mr. Roan Wall Betty Cox and guest and Sponsorand nen preceded by flower girl!, IJn
and baby girl Hannah Teppe. and Mrs. Beck.: da Robertson, and crown bearer,
I Bruce Nether This ladies Softball team ha Dennia Challancin, and the second ,

-"r= $ e..ne..-a.:.paean.M wow. I Oct.: 1-Admitted. Gale Scham. won all but two of its league queen Al ce Oew, pitced- I ... .... ,
.y "_an.n y- -,. .... at.vtl.a I merhom. Q'lCaf Williams, Anto game this season.PERSONALS \. ed by ftow r' girt" Tammy Market ,." :
w _t W ... Vikette. Dorothy Brewer, Edward and crown' bearer George' Dense .,\;,, ," -. ,

e..s r 1964) .1 Connolley, Edward Gandy Jack were (ivcn charge by Mrs. YIn,. ,00 (rA" t"r- -_..-_ ..... ... u.-. ", ., .....,....... ,
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( Lawrence. Patricia Brook, and ling; hey were both crowned: by
New resident of North Kobe Mrs. Grose.Met. undecided between the comfortof
Jacqueline Rhode, discharged and For those of you who arc
Sound Mr. Eddie
Mrs.
WANTA Melvin Gunter, Cart Haarala. lso are Recnie Tatum presented! of congratulation.
Mae Shan. Sutherland and family. )rr. and uedi with a white\ BiMe. en a full-size car.nd the savings a compact

COMFORTABLE RkhardIMcClenoe, and John Larson. Mn. Sutherland have made their grave with their names. You've dOM H again. Talked Qodge .

MORTGAGE borne several in West and Pairs are looking Beach forward for- Following the ceremony I reception Into I txand-new caf that'l Just your !meat Coronet' ;
yean
Oct Admited..William Four with much wa held at the church. in id. M a lot of cars that cost a lot more.
pleasure to a quieter Aa much ttretch-out room
M en .... a __ .... tit taro William YunDo Arthur Ward, Refreshment* wen intend
cia Mil/...JWVj=...a ;: ::SVrro : and A. H. Gehrmtf; discharged noise 1 We of fa trafflb the country and closedoneneiahtton. sans the Easy to drive, easy to perk. and easier to own
... If. M .::_IeW9 Emma Holkn stem. Jacqueline PERSONALS
............ ____ 5.- Rhodes Samuel Sales. Betty Craig, Welcome .. He-be k than any (fuB-slw Dodge r ars. '
anise ..- Montgomery Trimmer, Free; Sound! Mr and Mr. Daniel Panero If you buy a car on style, take a look. If you buy a cat on v.lu-, '.

Plea B.ach M2-2J73 Gaisch. and Gail Schammerhom, The Young Republican' Club have vacation returned in ML from Holly a thrwt and f1or- take a lut" Coronet gives' you a choice of 7 engine, .
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Oct 3-AJmrtKd. Teat Zo of Martin County laid twines risen N. Towanda. Piand bench or bucket wets console fouronthfloor,

I hendon, Ivt MiDs. and WillianI aside for the moment and had a Elmira: N. -0 Y. They attended the sedans convertible, and hardtop Any one wwHt gM 'on
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS SIred discharged. Mary Fit* tfeflthf t\me at a pool pet111t of wagon
patnck and) ', Mn. Ray.mond the home of )f.... Donna Rowcll wedding In their< dauihur, Flhel more "than enough room and plenty of action. -(
I Mt Holly, N. J, 26I .
fc LOANASSOCIATION Snyder baby boy bkbf of &MH m Saturday night. Aarrdal Sept. Unlimited taste 1 Limited budget 1 Dodge that problem with Coronet.
I boy Smith Anne Pitcner, 'Ivy Mutton welcome seas entitled to The Clarence MtGce have moved .
I and Oscar William M,. and Mr*. Edwin. Johnson andMr. I to feicrno. Mr*. McGce i it The hot new Dodge at a new lower price. / '
or : Oct. Admtted, Charles Kefwer. and ),". Russcf Cooper, home after being hospital" for : :4 Dodge tomes on big for "65. Dart Coronet' a Polara Custom 80 Monaco:
ttTDIAN RIVER COUNTY Alex Lyp and Ida Boonell; I two weeks with a severe bunI.I .f' A ;;\
iMcharfed. Fart: Ostman. lvi e Kelly Dyke, i en recos-trint front ',.'
u.u 14* Are. Dial M2-237J I Mats, and Emsc DtMerci. surgery in !the hoimul and to ..,. I puny off the St Lucic "bridge last (

Vet leash FtorU Oct, Admitlert. Shirley l lug hh room srirh Reginald Larson '' 65 Dodge CoronetULMER
I Gibson, Eweryn Gray Vl I.ciSchammerhorn she i is tka rteossnsiiy. week.Mr
Wee raring. M I5di ".... i and Loin Webton a4 Mr% .hrrf. Tucter of ,
Miami, spent deer wwrkM wMb .
HOCKS 9 *. 3 tUOy, except Wt* i : disthargrd. Ed Cortnofty. xvphw *O TVC vrnrB Che CHnYAlEF1
I parean. Ray keens. .IaYMM.
JMOMHT ea eW
Forts, PMrieia ftrcwts Edward SET : ....
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ealay, 9 .. u. Opt $ .. 1 tt' I hint' Street W
Lam.
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Hesttt. A Ochnne There wad be a lows" awning ,
eoy ...... Che d Al DfVllMr I cop Ryan Ida Boonell. Mn.' We1I Monday night at'II the 2oaf.CommisskM Mr and Mn. ENcorf LewIs of '.

SmMi and baby" girt of the Hobe-. Sound Mr fera" ...GM Ralph Harbor Rkkmhaler bad. )tt'. lack and See all I 1M new' Dodgy on d ispl" II your narfy Odclgt De.'e"' >1
Chamber of Commerce win. pile-"
.* c.e.... St l Their Oxnchoc or. South AmcrScMco seat i ka 16e ,
......... vt ef flayed M b Atgnsuny dw tore r a wtade.largarieae 01* the County Zoning Board a
in the doe/fopt"; "* ., be'. bag. c.asedsd so attend, brtnc | sntfe I .beta eee sees .ec.t".e.tK. ...sew..... t-_ J
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"A THE STUART (FU) NEWS Thursday, October 8, 1964 --

... -. Savings Are Up
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PORT SALERNO NEWS t Loans Are DownThe

MRS. MARY BROWN Correspondent AT '..2996I. MRS. HESTER McGRAWDAVLSSON 134 savings and ban associations J1 tdI

I.... IoU nn ''''' ''-I'I! 1 IT I -'I'\itiIoO. ,-.. Mrs. Hester McGraw Daviuoneuruy in Florida reported a I C

-one. of Port Salerno, was $30000,000 increase in savings
Parents Study Homework dead on arrival at Martin Memor during August along with a slight I yourdlike
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sal Hospital on Oct. 3. slowdown in mortgage boding..

At OctoberPTA She was a native of Mated, W In releasing this information,
MeetingThe Va. She lived here for over four William D Hussey executive vice:
years. Mn Davisson was a member
October meeting of the i-Coua to be of the First Methodist Church, president of the Florida Savings
Port Salerno Elementary Parent bold at 7nd1tm 19 at 8 Stuart and Loan League said that (h. know
Teacher Association was held last pm wtr Mrs. Willie Lukens, i Survivors include her husband I $30,874,000 in savings increase to
Thursday in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Ardath Thompson and Mrs. i Hugh M. Davisson, of Port Salerno was the largest increase for the The Dairy Council of
After the flag salute, devotionand Ellen Lowt. I I ; and three !sons, Hugh M month of August since 1959 when South Florida I Is proud ,
prayer were conducted by It was also announced a nursery Davibson Jr., of Bloomfield Hills savings increased by $51,000,000.T .
Mrs. June Bennett service will be provided at I h* Mich., John B. of Goshen. Ohio, trade association executive to present Certificate of
Mrs. Betty Rogers school for children ages one to I James M of Rockford Ill; one said that savings have increased M.rlt Awards to these
tinging of "Let Get Acquainted five at future PTA meetings. Sev-1 I daughter, Mrs. Don/ Walter of during the first eight months of deserving young people
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. eral! mothers have volunteered their Renssclaer, Ind., and fourteen 1964 by $310,371,000. which surpasses .,;for outstanding
Lea Keith el-vices for this time hoping togain grandchildren; one brother L. L. the $291,599,000 for the
Two guests were present Veln more parent attendance for McGraw of Charleston, W. Va; same period of time last year. activities and exemplary
Waters, principal of Parker ture meetings. 1 three sisters, Mrs. Henry P Donal. Commenting on the mortgage leadership honoring both
",,) ntary. and Mn Louie Girl Mrs. Boltye Rogers introduced A i I I it I I ly of Port Salerno, Mrs Gertrude lending volume by these thrift and family and* community.
Stout consultant for the Port Salerno (h 0 program Looking In On ampbell of Sophia, W. Va., and I home ownership associations during
area. Mrs. Louie asked the Homework," with a panel of teach Mrs. L. H. Roberts of Tucson! August, Hussey said that total
PTA to sponsor a Girl i I Scout er consisting of Mrs. Leta Keith, Ariz loans closed amounted to $68- f
troop for this area. This was approved Rae Warn, and Walter Peterson! Funeral services and burial will 169.000 which was the lowest total k ,
by the PTA answering questions given to them be in Renssclaer, Ind. Johns Funeral for any month this year since f' "
Delegates elected to attend the by Mrs. Rogers and parents on Home is in charge: of local February when this total was $65- "II't '
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their viewpoint on homework. This t arrangements. 600,000. In addition, total lending:
tuM/t1A CAI proved to be a very interesting THESE BOYS were inducted recently into Troop 400. Boy Scouts of America Stuart at a Court of volume during August amounted ,\
gram to enlighten parents Honor. They are left to right: Scott Oughtcrson, Curtis Liftman, Carl: Duryea, and Larry Rhodes. ROBERT LEROY SMITH to $71881000 which was the "
pro-I lowest I
figure since January when
I the purpose of homework. The troop meets Wednesday evenings at the Legion Hall Stuart Robert Leroy Smith eleven-day- the total was 66627000. CATHERINE
Refreshments were served -- -._- ----.- -- oltl-son of Mr and Mrs. Kmgsley
Mn Peggy Osborn and Mrs. June Smith Jr. died Monday, Oct 5, SCHLITT
Oct 30 at the elementary school cake with
Bennett Jim B. Thompson, Mike .
Gaines.vine.
Mrs Dot Kite is chairman: for Aptitude Tests at University Hospital Agile on roller skeinand
Mr. Peterson's sixth grade won Renwick, Mark Rcnwkk Ricky quick with a
JACK'S GULF room count with most parents the carnival. Turner, Tommy Favors, Steven Paternal grandparents are Mr smile, that's Catty
STATION presentAll Those attending were Mrs June Fisher Lisa Fisher, Mrs. Jeanclte Are ScheduledAt and Mrs KingMcy Smith Sr of Placing accord In
i members of the sixth grade Bennett, Mrs. Willie Lukens, Mn. Renwick and Mn Gerry Turner. Stuart and maternal grandmotheris free style at the
All 5." "* Guaraniod class were treated with ice cream Ardath Thompson, Mrs Vicky They were served by his mother, Mrs. Howard Taylor of Chicago Southern Regional
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for their response In getting "Mom Prosk, Mrs Betty Lowe, Mn. Mrs. Marie FisherCHIT Two SchoolsPreliminary III Roller SkatingChamplomhlpe
Jack Saondenon Omm and Dad" out for the meeting. i Ellen Lowe, Mrs. Christine Scm- Graveside services were held 1 n
AlA Port Salerno AT 7-20M The next meeting will be held omns Mrs Lola Johnson, Mrs Scholastic Aptitude Tuesday, Oct 6, at 3 p.m. with Louisville, Ky.
Nov. 5 at the school cafeteria The Doris Johnson! Mrs. Judy Johnson CHATS Tests intended primarily for high the Rev. Forrest Walking pastorof Cathy went on to
r rFeianoorO; : the month will be Mrs. Carole King, Mrs Ruth Mn Polly Miller has returned school juniors and seniors, will be the First Baptist Church 0 f place 12th In the Na-
Future Adults I Ham Mrs. Juanita Tuttle, Mrs home after having eye surgery in held at Martin County Senior High Stuart, officiating tlonal I Championships
A This will require selected parents Dot Kite, Mrs. Marie Fisher Mrs Vero Beach.A on Saturday morning Oct. 24 Site holds
to attend one full day in the classrooms Leda Crane and! Mrs. Meg Crane. Mrs. Marie Huemng guidancecounselor EDWARD S BARMETT: five first place
lA6al"awaiiw as observers then to report warm welcome back to Hibiscus announced today, : awards in West
their observations at the November Park after a summer vacation Mrs. Edward S Barnctt, seventy-
The Port Salerno Demonstration Hucnmg added that the I Palm Beach competitions
four of Rio diedat
Boulevard Rio
.aar.4 meeting. Club will meet at the civic in the northern states is extended test should benefit especially those Cathy, 16, is
his home Oct 4
----.J 1:30 to the Peter Simards Ava- student who have had little Sunday. Central
r/ center Thursday at : p m experience I a senior at
ROOM Ion and Mrs. Richbell Normandy He was a native of Malone, N A
I 1I0TIIFRSfEET Street with timed multiple-choice: i I Catholic High Schoolin
Y" and had lived in this for
A mothers' who commented she area
room meeting was Street tests, or who feel uncertain about Fort Pierce
t Under Management of held Friday morning at the home BIRTHDAY PARTY i had a wonderful time with her taking such tests for( college ad the past fourteen years Mr. Barnett
Capt. Toley Engebretsco of Mrs. Mary Brown, Hibiscus Michael Fisher was guest! of honor grandchildren Also to the Voelkl mission. was a member of the First uyvv ,r
Salerno AT .' 4'Shipyard Park at a birthday party held recently family, Cable, Road; William Winstutzs Methodist Church of Stuart He
lALEKNO; Duties of a room mother were at his home m Hibiscus Park Laguna Street; and the spend about is survived by his wife, Mn Mary
AT r-ma discussed, also plans for the coming Michael celebrated his seventh William Van Chefs, Orchid Drive 000,000 a year for the care $1.50'.1 Barnett, of Rio

, .-- __" 0 __ _'__" 0 ___ Halloween carnival to be held birthday and shared ice cream and who attended the World Fair. blind and the total is rising. John Funeral Funeral services Home will Chaped be held on in +wrwvvir

Wednesday at 8 p.m 1? Other services
i and burial will be in Malone,


WORLD SERIES TIMEThis N. Y.PETER P.-MONTFORT L RICHARDSTRAUSS

Peter P. Montfort eighty-one, Dick spends Ws
of 524 Halpatiokee Street Stuart, spare time helpingout
died Saturday in a Jensen Beach at the Martin
nursing home following an extended County Animal Rescue

Year Give He was illness.a native of Wappmgcrs Leagues Homeless Shelter and

n Falls N, Y., and had lived here abandoned animals
n for a number of years. Mr. Mont- soon discover they'rsurrounded
.
fort was a member of Wappingcrs with
J& Lodge 61l| F&AM, Mount Hope L plenty of tender lov-
Yourself a Treat. Orange in Wappmgcr Falls anda log care and housedin .
member of t b. Hut-hionvillu! Ingenious accoinmodutlons
Presbyterian Church in Hughson-! devised by
'I" ville, N. Y.Survivon. Dick Some of the
] Watch the Series on--U \ ) IL7f include his wife Lillian tiny "lost one." find
Montfort of Stuart, and two their way to Dick'shome
\ for personal
/ sons Peter Montfort of Danbury.
Conn. and John Montfort o f care. Dick. 14, attends
Fkhkill. N, Y.; two daughters GIRLS Martin County
Mrs. Burnhardt Anderson of Win. Junior Hints
i chester, Mass., and Mn. John
RCA VICTOR Lynch of San Diego, Calif., and
eight grandchildren.
t by Funeral I services were held N rvy
Tuesday at 5 pm with the Rev
,. Arthur Smith, rector of St. Mary ,
Episcopal Church officiating \ I
Johns Funeral Home was in chargeof r .1-
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RCA VICTOR COLOR TV arrangements. ,
BONNIE SUE VARNADORE MARY

Home Entertainment Center..' Bonnie Sue Varnadore, sixteen, WOUTERSThe
/. of Seminole and Eighth Street, Port St. Lucia County .
;v n wvamnn, Salerno, died in Decatur: Ala., on Recreation Departments
Cabinet protected by r-mb.tant Imitated finish. 4as.vi? Monday, Sept 28 i circus
All-channel VIIF and Dili tekvMon i a.. She attended Martin County has known Mary as
} Chars-proof RCA High fidelity Color Tube school an agile high flyer
She is survived her mother a
25,000-Volt (factory adjusted) colol'TV dumb4Speaker by for three jean, and
and stepfather, Mr and Mrs.
told her 10 with the
stereo sounds two 4'z6"two) 3ti"
| .. James Sams; her paternal grandmother "Outstanding Girl I
Deluxe Tube FM-AM\ Radio. Sludlonulk 4pced. $87500 Mrs. Phronie Varnadore, Advanced Circus

changer with leather Action Tone Arm .................... her maternal grandmother Mn. Award" Mary leach-
N Adele Sanders. all of Port Salerno. es beginning and advanced -
Funeral services were held at 11 circus to

R C A VICTOR New Vista COLOR T V"r 1 Johns, Oct.Funeral 2 at Home 4 pm.Chapel with the Friday fuls younger on flyer-hope-her own i

Rev J. H. Daniel officiating. Burla time She la also a
wvmw.n? was in FernhiU Cemetery high-stepping major- ;
All-channel VHF and UIIF tuning. G ure-prool RCA High Fidelity eta at Dan McCarty
Color Tube. Improved J5,000oll (factory adjusted) chamk.l .,,,, CARL EDWARD IIVRRY High School\, where
Automatic Color Purifier. Powerful New Vista Tuners. Two '' -/ Carl Edward Harry seventy- she la a senior I

I extended-range 6"x 4" duo-cone speaker. $57500 two 206 Bryant Avenue. Stuart Join utwon'I yoir I

Fiat accurate color tuning _,.?...........,.................._................._..-... T5IM ANon died in Martin Memorial Hospital h honoring Itiese fin. I
M NMI,M Wednesday, Sept 30. after a brief !
1 illness. young people...
Other Color Models Starting As Low As A native of St Louis, Mich. he and the hundreds lbs I
had been resident here for
a ( the them,.,who are our
past ten years. He was a life memo
ber AU hope".on ''' of Alma Masonic Lodge No ,
244, Alma. Mich. He was a vetcran hope for the future.
: of World War I and a member .
''lr 1 $ of World War I Veterans of
'tut; 95 Jensen Beach.H. reeifcalo ; '
j 399 h survived by his wife Elizabeth 1
1 1r ", Harry, of Stuart
: Funeral services were held hi eJletitdairy ti
: Johns Funeral Home Chapel Friday
/ r Oct 2 at 2 pin with the Rev Straight line sleeveless
ASK ABOUT OUR FREE' I HOME TRIAL I. l Durward H Knight, pastor of the aide slit gold buckle trim
Southern Metbodut r Church of cotton suede coat, overa
Stuart officiating. Other services printed blending color '

Financing Arranged to Suit Your were. Veterans conducted of Jensen by World Beach. Bur WarI arnel/oylon relaxed fit 41i

Budget at The Bank of Your Choice ial was in Fernhill Cemetery. belt trim.dm with low gold

Sweden has ;
ninety-two physicians
FOR THE BEST SELECTION IN RCA VICTOR and 1.620 hospital beds for SUM 19 to IS
Other Style' ..
awry 100,000 inhabitants.
) COLOR OR BLACK & WHITE TV, STEREOS, AND RADIOS SEEFRANK'S ChooM.... '

CARD OF THANKSW Prin4 fro. SIUI .* F


i j 0 TV and APPLIANCES friends. are and sincerely neighbors grateful for their to

many kind acts of sympathy during Blakely'sN. council
our sad bereavement Our apprecMbon -
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Meets at 8 P.M. Thursday, Oct. 8 ,, 1'f'1"; $ ar+ae P:.srase District Deputy THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, October 9, 1964 1-tt
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SOCIETY NEWSMeeting Plans a Visit Miss Patricia Moyer of New Mr and Mrs. Frank In Rue have
To RebekahsThe York recently moved into the returned to their born on Riverdfete -
High School PTA President in' Dorothy Apartments She is a Avenue after spending the I
r aa,94. ...-.., I ... Royal Palm Rebekah Lodge physical education! teacher at summer at their northern homo
I. No 44 met Sept. 21 with Sirs I.CII.S. in Imlaystowit, N. J.
i Grace Halt, noble prwidtng
Schedules AnnouncedFor grand -- -- --
Appeal for Parent AttendanceThis Mrs. Hall appointed Sirs. Mel-
vina Weed, Mrs. Ruth Gray and
Brownies and Girl ScoutsBrownie Mrs Myrtle Hale to the way and

This Thursday! night, Oct. 8, lame WoodalU principal!, Mid cally You don't stop loving them means committee
marks the first of four Martin that mot teacher will be on hand. when they reach adolescence, why Troop No. I 155. ages meetings at the First Methodist visit Plans of were the district made. for the official president The work demanded of the

I'| County High School Parent Teacher Parents are reminded that the should you stop caring about thisbig seven to eight or ,,-cond and ttwrd Church on Indwntown Road on Mrs. Clara Volk deputy, Fort Pierce, fl"t'
teachers will be there to explain part of their life? Supervisor of Registration
Oct. 20 3 ,
1 meets at
Association! meetings to be held even Tuesday at St Tuesday : p.m or in October
their what PTA is the best for to Joseph
subjects they expectof way you
I School fro'll after school If would like
3 to 4:30: m you
thin p HoMesaei for the meeting were and calls
The PTA ia ts exacting for
year. running a the students, and how they arrive keep.abreast of their school lifeDon Leaden Mrs be this ,
are Barbara Jlaborsand your daughter to in group Mrs. Gray and Mrs Jennie. Wil ;
: test to and awaken at different grades. Pcnonal point a finger, lend a
year try par- .h: Mrs Fran Suincr you should attend the tint meeting :: bur. efficiency and dependabilityIT
: ents to the need for such an or- problems should not be brought with school I issues as well Brownie with her if possible Leader
id; jumzaUon. up but questions of general interest i issues in their life Do it this week Troop_ No. 79, meets are Sirs Wilma Chandler and Mrs,
4 The meeting will be held at 8 may be asked A meeting to by joining the High School PTA, every Lutheran Thursday Church.I i the Redeemer Ann Stuart Sirs Clhwood- Ogden.Toledo returned IS IN l'0VA Y CONNECTED
.' on East Ocean Thursday from { Ohio,
child
clock the Your needs
in the gymnalorium of bring up personal problems can your interest
\ new high school. This i, "Back to be arranged with the teacher he is not yet an adult, not yet Boulevard front < to 4:JO( p.m, Caddies, twelve through fourteen where she spent two week visiting WITH ANY PARTY PLATFORMOK
Leaders are Mrs Rose Gore and or seventh through ninth with relatives she
From there
School Parents will follow Mrs William Bntton. PTA ready to face the world alone
their child Night.i daily schedule, attend- president: said, "Over half your This month's PTA meeting I Is Mrs. Helen Rich.irjson.! grades, meet every Thursday from went to Ithaca N. Y. for a visit PRINCIPLE; !
New Brownie Troop meets every 5 to 5 pm at St Mary Episcopal with her sitter! Mrs Oeorg*
child hours In better
ing each class for 10 minutes. A waking are spent meant to acquaint you with
Thursday at School Church, with Mrs Vivian Roontarin
St Mitchell. Mrs.
Mrss.Mitchell
: Ogden and
Ominuta business meeting will school When they are small you yourhilJ'* academic obligations from 3 to 4;30 p '11. Lear is Mrs. and Mrs. Cathy Rollisoo attended the w-Mkllng of Democrat and Republicans alike vtlll support (>luil)<
recede the planned schedule share their school experiences in Our next meeting in Decemberwill Alvina Morris! (the first meeting leaders. Mrs Ogden grandnephew i n II. Almenord al the poll In November iHtmwte F he .IN
Each parent i.i urged to bring aSchedule many even to helping' with lake up your child social obligations
with the room number homework.ways At senior: high school particularly the teen-age will be held Ou 8 and mothers i East Stuart Elementary School: Buffalo N. Y. and before: returning trained, prrlcnerd, und best equipped lu lfit slipn-
are asked! to come to the first meet Brownie Troop No. 2 meets on to Stuart they enjoyed a fam- listed requirement
Srf each clasa: with them when they age. you re lucky today if you can drinking problem Plan now to attend
J'flkome. even keep up with them acadcmi- both meetings"Woman's ing. with the girls. if at all possible Tuesday at the school with Mrs. ily reunion In Northumberland, AH who have the burl Interest, at heart'; fur Martin
Mildred Gipson leader Pa County will make the two-party system' a reality by
Juniors of the imls Scouts: nineto Junior Troop No. 10 meets on
eleven, or fourth through sixth Tuesday at the school. Mrs lima Mrs. Joseph Crankshaw and voting Republican' In November.
Club Yearbook Shows' grades. meet as t follows: James I Is the leader. daughter, Juliana, of Jackson
Troop 54 meets every Thurs- Any organization or individual ville are visiting her parents Dr ELECT GLADYS II.
day at the First Methodist Church wishing to help buy books forth and Mrs Julian Parker, this week
on Indiantown Road from 3 to S I>C who cannot afford them may
{Interesting Programs Coming UpI p.m. Mri. Janine Kcmer and Mrs. phone Mrs. Wilma Chandler, Al Mr and Mrs. Jim Mills were

:; Kathrine Troop Scott 78 meets are leaders every Wednesday 7-2944. C guests C Drown.Sunday 'of Mr and Sirs ALMEGORDSupcnisor

at St. Joseph School from 3 following a vacation to
I first book entitled "Lets Get Aaquainter. In March, Mrs. F. I trip
W Hazel-
fifty- year published meeting to 1 p m with Mrs, Betty Howard New York, Mr and Mrs. Vincent Following/ a two-week May at of
by the Woman Club of :Hid k has as guest speak' Mrs: Donna ROM ell: as lead Santarsicro have returned to spend the Grace: Apartments, Mr. and RegistrationA4
!tuart has been mailed to members. This program will honor eight W, Newwme. Mr New- ers. the winter at their home on Bryant '- Mrs Eugene Ripple have returned *.rtl._...u
I The theme, "A Time For Be- een women who Joined the Worn some is first vice president of Martin A
new junior trop, will begin Avenue to Terre Haute, haleWhen
[lieving Learning and Doing chow ans Club during the past year County Audubon Society, andis
len by State President Mrs Mark and will serve to acquaint them a member of the haak Walton
; Emmel, serve as an inspiration with other members and with the League He was former executive
't; for the coming: year. purposes of the Woman Club, secretary: of the Virginia Wildlife
ll"v. The club will open its fall Mrs C. Earl Evans is directorof Conservation Federation, a post
I:: l v>n on Wednesday! Oct 21,seat this event which will feature which he held for eight )''ears.
'12:30\: p.m. with the first program informal tal.i by the officers Mrs April 28 is the date for the an- !
George Conrad, past president, will nual installation luncheon, for ; ,
.I discuss! federation and its objectives. : which Miss Jean Roos is chairman '
. Following this talk the as- Mrs. Vincent J. Wclp, District t. .' '
sembly: will join in singing "songs ( 10 director, "will, be installing Jl I.,
i- ARE YOU ::
officer j '
, of yesteryear" under the leader t + ; i .
ship of Mrs Ted Chambers.At Mrs C. R Vandervecr, in her I ; .
:.s the Nov. 18 program meeting presidential message! stated: "Let' .
with a new Myle I Mrs Ralph Hartman as director us strive to be to i
from }'ASIIIONETIEr has invited several women be receptive to ::''dcj:: to \
representatives! from various fields new challenges The program ( :' j 1 PARTICULAR
in Stuart who will present talks for the coming year shows promiseof \ .
which will be in keeping: with the fulfillment expressed by her n .!
Florida Federation of Women's leadership >. I
Club project, Leadership of Women. -
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The program in December will Senior HighFellowship ABOUT
feature Christmas songs and narrators / in
with Mrs H. W Newnome
h 4 and Mrs. Hugh Gawn as directors. A Fun Party / 3TI, 4
At the Jan 20 program meeting '
Mrs. Kenneth Griffith and Members of the Senior High .
<4 Mrs James'Dairy', directors, plan Fellowship of the Presbyterian / WHO
a club fine arts festival Members Church enjoyed a "come-as.you. a d t
with talents in arts and crafts will arc" party on Tuesday, Sept. 29,
share their accomplishments with at the home of Mr and Mrs. Rob ,
r FashionetteBEAUTY other members. At that time plans ert Battier in Palm Lake Park.
and preparations will be made for Miss Mildred Clont and Mr and
SALON entries to the District Fine Arts Mrs. John Wethcri assisted the w"r HANDLES}
and Crafts Festival in March. Baltzen.Refreshment. ,

607 COLORADO AVENUE On Feb 17 at 2:30: p.m.. Sirs.( were .served and t* ':: I '
Walter Sanders will s. : \ "
STUART, FLORIDA present another rriillCawarlle.J to Sandy Bailey,
of her delightful dramas funniest I, Doug Rogers, "dirti I '
OPEN MON thru SAT. "YOURMONEY
entitled Moments to Remember' "
est and Dennis Proctor "mot.t
7(30( a.m. 5i30 p.m. On Feb. 20 from 10 am to 7 outrageous."
MARIE WEIR, Owner ..
p m the annual bazaar will be Others ,
attending were Ken
Ann Hudson, Operator held.. This is the major way and Mike Littman
Tatjc Tom Douse '. I',
DIAL 287-4999 means event of the club year, and Rhodes '
Ricky Bob and Rachel i 1 b4
Ample Free Parking committee members are making I Fenton Gregg and Unda Hall, .
preparations for the all-day event Judy Harris, Sue Crook Doit
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.a Fot. Audrey Bailey Wendy HauenMem ?

I Mary Lou Swain, Mary ,
CRACKER BARREL Has MovedTo Peek, Fred Jette, Becky Green- )..
lees Barbara Walker and Pal Miller ;" l''
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the Old Slocum Flower Shop -

Located at the A family reunion was held at
the home of Mr and!) Mrs. C C. .
Corner of St. Lucia & Seminole Avenue, Stuart I Brown last Sunday the occas.on: J.. .'I'; ) J.t "I
being his 78th birthday "
Come and See Our New Quarters ',:.Ii .
I Mr and Mr*. Willard Well of
SPONSORD BY Denver Colo., arrived! the first of .
EPISCOPAL: CHLRtll: "OMhOr' ST. MARY'S I.I the week:: for a visit with his moth
b I. or, Mr*, tdgar WtUs, of Camden
I Avenue it comes to finance, you won't in that department alone, and two dif.

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f ". ; ; turners who make the First National !I arc insured! up to $10,000 by the

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:.0 'tin STUART OIL) NEWS Thursday, October 8, 1964 CASTING: NOW acv mu-aAr" ,
Mrs. Henry Kindred HostessTo FOR "MR. ROBERTS"

Sunday Oct. 11 Event I MR. Madeline Shaw,
director NEWSOffice
:
I f for "Mr. Roberts. ," )tew SOCIAL
put gut
Chapter R of the P.E.O. a
cull for njMeen men np/ed. for I
.
Hibiscus the Cd. fr?*"*S have' him" set
Hobbyist II Mn Henry: 0, Kindred was ahead for Wednesday. Oct 14, and MARY LINDSAY, Society Editor.
'bOllMll t Monday evening; at her Mn. Ethel Kfckhter will be """y. Oct 15.t ? pm at -. AT 7-1550 .
I home on Flammfp Drive for the hostess! for the next meeting.RIPTIDERS the Little Theatre North Albany '
first meeting of 'the season of Chap- ant!' A nd Street. I

Show Set for VeroMartin were ter P.:.present PE.O. NmMeen member. I HOLD SALE ttHITFELEPIIVMI lineman M.je--cilt of Vander 1 Arts, Crafts Entries AskedChristmas

Mri Harold Strauss presided grin, ra., is
residing at the Grace I
County bib 8CUI lovers ter blooms. Exhibits must be enter Report on Uw uuctionf4 fund The Riptide Players will hold a Apartments on Camden Avenue Art Sale'
.ml other garden enthusiasts are ed1 and in place by 10 am Sun and Cottey collage in Missouri white elephant' sale Friday and Workshop
day, Oct.II.. were given, the college! enrollmentthis Saturday, Oct 9 and 10, in weDchon ,
invited to attend the 1964 Hibiscus Mr. and Mrs.. I
,
Free hibiscus\ plants wjll be given year has increased to 36.h A building on the circle Mrs Paul Hickman of
I lower Show to be staged in Veto to each new member of the report was also! given on the Ann Arbogaot n chairman The B" Beech, former owners of ''
Beach on Sunday, Oct I II. fromI Hibiscus chapter who joins the "International. Peace Scholarship'Widening salesroom will open at 10 a.m. eral the Dean. ,Motel on South Fed- Features On Way at Elliott'
I 5 Your Friday and at 8 a.m. Saturday were recent gutwsof
to p.m in the Community organization at the flower show. Hearts' is the ( Mr. and Mrs C. ,
Building More than 1,000 exotic There will also be beautiful hibis* P.E.O. theme this year and this the'' Cbarville Lundsten of
hibiscus! blooms from ell over cur plants on sale at the show subject: will be carried OUt in the EXECUTIVE BOARD OF Apartments. Area artists and craftsmen are tions, including enamel on copper tries should be at the Elliott Mu-
Florida will be displayed Awards for hibiscus bloom entries programs planned for the monthsA GARDEN: CLUB MEETS in a Christmas and wood carvings. !scum by 5 p.m. Friday Oct lo.
This year's big show, sponsored wilt be ribbons, gold seals, The Garden Club of Stuart ex home Mrs H. W NoaH has returned workshop at the Elliott Mu Jim Hutchinson will be on hand or 10 a.m. Saturday Oct. 31
by the Indian also tricolor: from a twomonthlacation: at the art exhibit All artists and craftsmen dcsir
River County and silver trophies, will scum Oct 27 through Oct. 31 to do caricatures
Hibiscus, ecutive board members meet in the north. She visited her to participate, either in the
chapter of the American Hibiscus awards. in Every Yard. daugh and a Clothesline Art Show Oct. log
Society, is under the chairmanship The horticulture section of the The exhibit will bo in five das- Friday morning at 9:45: a.m. In the ter, vMrs. William Bchrmgcr, and 31Nov. 1. Artists" are invited now to make crafts sale or clothesline sate 1 .
First National .
of David Donaldson. The Hibiscus Flower Show wilt be In set : Reflection of the Sea; community room at the. family in Oak noah: Long Island This is a chance for the public arrangements for their entries in should contact Mr. Roland Dunnof
'wow is an outstanding feature of four classes: single blooms double Reflectioni, of Splendor, Bank' building.Mr N. Y. I to purchase examples of local I arts the Clothesline Art Show. North River Shores, who J'
the 1964 Hibiscus Festival in Vero blooms unnamed seedling blooms, Reflections of Joy; Reflections of and crafts and for artists and Watercolors and drawings should chairman of the committee in
Beach. It is titled "Hibl us Re. and miniatures, single Or double Holidays, and Reflections of Fri and Mrs. Roland Merrell of Mr and Mrs. J. Demski I and craftsmen to make some "Christ" be matted; oils not necessarily charge Her phone is 2810699Business
flections" There will also be a special education volity" (the, last for men ,only). Stuart were among the recentguests children of Juno Beach visited ma money" in advance. framed. Small picture are preferred V
Every hibiscus grower in He section, "Know Your Hibiscus i- These exhibit* .must .be entered At the Lucayan Beach Hotel friends here Sunday. They are A number of artists and crafts All art work should be
Indian River area i is invited to en ." This year s goal .fct. "Plant before 10:30 a.m., Oct 11 Grand Bahama. former residents of Stuart.KEEP men will be at work in the museum price at $100 or less. A 10 per To
during the Christmas workshop cent commission! will be levied on
On display at the 'tvent will sales to defray costs of the Martin -
he ceramics, shell-work and van. County Historical Society, Be Subject
ous Christmas gifu and decora which is sponsoring! the event. En-


I MARTIN COUNTY GROWING Elizabeth Nourse, Lynn Williams. Of Meeting

I. I I. I
The regular business meetingof
LEADERSHIP the Woman Club of Stuart will
WITH PROVEN Two Students CommendedBy be held on Wednesday Oct. 14

at 12:30:
p.m.
National Merit GroupTwo Reports relative to the ways
and means committee, membership .
and the fall board meetingof
seniors at Martin County "We urge the commended students the Florida Federation of Women
KEEP IRLO High School have been honoredfor to make every effort to attend 's Clubs will be included on the
their high performance on the college, and to develop to the I agenda for this meeting.The .
National Merit Scholarship Qualifying fullest their promise of future business session will be
Test CNMSQT)) given last achievement. By doing so they will preceded by a sack lunch.
Each student who is endorsed benefit both themselves and the
I by his school receives a nation.
i formal letter of commendation The National Merit Scholarship HEARING AIDS
signed by his principal and by the Corporation gives recognition to
president of the National Merit two groups of students who achieve: ANNUAL SPECIAL
BRONSON Scholarship Corporation. high scores on the NMSQT. The 2 Year Guarantee -
Principal James C. Woodall ha semi-finalists group is composed 1 Year Free Batteries
announced that the commended of the highest.scoring students in High Trades cords batteries
students are: Elizabeth A. Nourse each state and in U S. territories REPAIR ALL MAKES
and Lynn A Williams. Some 14000( semi.finalists take a
John M. Stalnaker, president oft second examination to establish PROFESSIONALIIEARING
1 h e National Merit Scholarship further their eligibility to become All SERVICE
Corporation, said, finalists! and to receive consideration 50w North 7th St., Fort Pierceone
"Letters of commendation I for merit scholarships ( block North of Fire Sta.)
being awarded to 38,000 studen,1throughout To increase their opportunities Phone 461-3035
to obtain financial assistance if
the in
country recognition -
YOUR SENATOR of their outstanding performance they need it, the Merit Corpora
on the qualifying test. tion sends the names, home addresses .
We wish to call attention, in this test scores, and proposed
way to their high academic achieve college majors of all commended Seeme
ment."s' students to the two colleges they
indicated as their first and second
TODAY
EIS HERE
rrr did not reach
"Although they
choices at the time they took the
the status of semi finalists In the
qualifying test
current merit program, they are
capable students. The semifinalists The commended students were
very and commended students among the high school juniors in
HERE TOMORROW! together constitute about 2 percent approximately 17,OCX) schools who for topqualityprotection
of all high school seniors took the NMSQT last March. The
test is a three-hour examination
This certainly signifies noteworthy
x'y rNda accomplishments by all these brightwing that covers .five separate .I greTiofeducational jut low cost

Always Ready To Serve Martin County ." s, people.Garden. merit first program.sterrin. development'the" tenth fiwasthe annual nor-COOK

The annual Merit
Scholarship 353 Fed. Hwy. Lake Park
Club competition is open to all high I
schools in the United States and Home Phone 746-3809

i A FULL-TIME a Fall MeetThe its 5,000 territories merit scholars There currently are about enrolled

vi k and universities.in more than Approximately 400 colleges

first fall meeting of the 9,100 merit scholars have been
arden Club of Stuart will be held appointed to'date This year's pro-
kt Monday, Oct. 12, at MO: p.m. in tram will conclude April 28, 1965
RESIDENT the Woman's Club building on with the naming of finalists who
Fast Ocean Boulevard Mrs. John Will receive four-year Merit Scholarships : -
W Hussey will preside at the to the colleges of their

s_ business meeting choice. You're In good hands with
"Choose A Workshop
The program Scholarships awarded through
OF FLOR IDA ," will be under the directionof the merit program are financed ALLSTATEINSURANCE
Mrs Richard Hupfel, and will by the National Merit Scholarship
include "Arts and Crafts" with ...Corporation itself\ and by more
Mrs I. T. Taylor and Dr lone han 230 sponiwring business corporation *
J. Karl cc-chairmen; 'Flower\ Ar !< foundations colleges, FOUNDED BY SEARS
rangements" with Mrs John Men unions, trusts, professional associations All..... I.n..... Cmnpink

Born In Florida Raised In Florida'' nmgcr., chairman; "Horticulture," and Individuals.! HMM 014.... 110.... Ill.
Mrs.. Robert Fenton chairman, ---
and "Native Plants and Wiklflowcrs I,
House"and ," Mr*. Hu fet, chairman Beautiful; for Fall
Twenty-Two Years In The Florida SenateACCOMPLISHMENTEXPERIENCE Hostevies; for the tea hour will a New Style from
be Mrs. Max J. Zeller Mrs Max
Aucrbach. Mrs.. I. O. Kanarek, "Be
Mrs. Paul Bryant Ill Mrs. Fred PLAZA
Sibling, and Mrs. Robert Simmons. -

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II SALON

Irlo Bronson :Is A Martin County Rebekah liii 317 W, OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2US

OWNER GEORGIA IIARDW1CK
Ranch Owner and Taxpayer.
III OPERATOR: BARBARA HUNTER
Had Meet a--
I Ie, Is Fully Acquainted With RFClPTlOMSTl: BFTTYE \RDWICK
SENIORITY-KN OWLEDGE, Royal Palm f Kebckah Lodge
Martin County Problems. met Monday-evening at tile lodge
I hall and the meeting was presldrd TITLE SECURITY COMPANYInvites
over by Mrs. Grace Halt, noble.
randPlant. :, '
Don't Trade Experience; For an Experiment were' made to attend the< you to inspect the title insurance
Jewel Rebekah Lodge meeting a
Okeechobe: ori X:L 12, when the rate schedules_ now in effect.
Re-Elect & .t.k' state president of the Rebekah As

sembly Mn Ana Gardener, will ..... .....,....; If you are financing your acquisitionof
make her official Y551*. real estate, ask us for a quotation of
Plans were also made for theO
KEEP IRLO theCIfIeIIvinJ combination rate covering
<:c. 29 visit to the local lodge
by District Deputy President Mrs. Fbbcyor policies for both your title as owner
and for
Carol VWk of Fort Fleece your mortgage lender
During the Social hour. birthdays Tale Insurance No abstract is required for determination
observed Included thos of of title and insurability by the mod
M..... Ladle Dinner. Mrs. Jennie ern full-time plant operated title (neur.
Wilbar and Mrs. Vicki Pros*. R*> since underwriter agency The delays for
reshments went served by Mrs the copying of public record into abstract
Help Hauerslct and Mr*. Della are eliminated. Parties and their counsel

Xmaldson. I general, within two to four working

BRONSON Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barrett days fcjww when their transaction stands
returned this past weekend from utte-wta. on the basis of a firm side hsrsMM -
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Monaca. Pa.. where they visited birder

with relatives and were the guests Tb insured title b the only sure tide
of his twin brother Robert Bar.
reel and family Mr. Barrett also C1:
attended a reunion of isle cum of
IV,9. Title Security Company

(gpyeramtlo
Mrs. Celestia E clmd. Martin ( ....... STUART. FLORIDA
SENATOR Mobile Homes Park bad as her _c-.. .. 211 OwtoU Avnn Tilrpfctai
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YOUR guest this past week her daugh PA. BM IMS ATfc-tk 7-4J3J

ter. Mrs. Paul Young Of! Mariet r...-"... .......... ..... -., Aim *v
Paid Political Advertisement Vote November 3rd For Bronson A Conservative Democrat ta.lews Ga,*of and.Louisville Mr. and,-Mrs.Ky. George MisMem unman TfTLB INSWAWCt y1ltClJlf1"F coarO.ATtoHa5CHM0N0. "

is Mrs. FDglst*d's sister



O,*,, ? Dinnerware 1111.:] IlONTm' !1OUNDIiUJI

Beautiful Swiss Chalet Pattern $ C .
i1 AK'AK'F | Sweettpeas 17-Ot $100
1 F Figs 5 Cns.z. rJ Cm.
Free With Your Mail Argo All Green Del Wont Ii w
Coupon 4-A and Your AsJarafUs 3 Cns 300 89 Chunk Tuna 4 61 Cn;,Oz, $100 I ? _
Purchase of $$5 Order Del Mont Tomgt I Monte Yellow Cling Sliced or HolvesCm
More. SaUte iu{ 8z., $100 29-oz. 00'or
/ h 4 $1
Spinach Pel' Mont 1 160xCM... $|00 a C e s sss.I .
THIS WEEK ONLY 6. Del Monte Fruit ,
ONE DESSERT DISH Del Monte 1 14 0.. $I too 1 16-oz.
a 0 o ST0 ets Catsup) Darling ButtermilkQuontity 6 Btls. C 0 c- k t a I' I i 4 CNS. $100DIle
Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sot. Oct,10 1 35''
Bread 2 t?? Del I Monte Stewed

Halfuart Tomato s 5 1 u316.02.. $100

Not Hal f-Qt oZ. Bottle DI Monte Cut
l I V O.paif
King:10Btl.0 Sire:, Btl. yr G Beans 4 1 16.02. $100
d Btl.NOz. 6 PGCk r CMS..I .
f Argo Unsweetened Pineapple

i .I limit Ctn.Four OPock. Juice I 4 46-01. $00
With or$5 Mon CNS.
\ o.lMOftt..SIced on Whol Df Monl Wh Kwnt Cream,Styl I.
I Cut Beets 5 fort 303 $100 GoldenCorn6'16.Ot.Cns. $100

Cabot or Royal Oaks Fomlly Sin Colgott
y
Charcoal 99C Tooth Paste [.. 69C '
Bog Mix 'tin Limit( 3 of Either or
' or Your Choice! With Your Regular $5 or !
Superbrand Shipped Grade "A" 2 $1 0 0 ;: /}. .'Q.M.'h 'emARROW BLEACH ,

Large Eg g 5 Daz. Gal. PlasHc Jug $ iI
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ARROW DEL For
Limit One With $5 Order or MortAstor >

Coffee 1lb.Tla 39c .... _. N""saw"'". Gt., .,47-ox.. .. Pkg. ,, .... .
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: LonghorniCheese ,59C.
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W Froien Fresh' U.S.D.A. Grade "A" 11)" .
,. Pam| n" F rmiPotato
w r e 'Completely Cut-Up 9 Salad ''C$. 29C;

Gold N* KM* 'I'h* Quert***
or Whole" lb. C Corn r Oil Margarine 4 &: sloo



'Balm RiverasliCldc 0 n 1-Lb.Pkg. 3'9c Lykes Hams Sugar Creek Smoked Full"Whole Half"Shank orKrflfl'i Lb. 4' I 9c


Copeland't Mild or Hot A fit tf let it Kosher 59* ra\fJflMJ WJ !l/M! itrlr
39 Franks Knocks ,. "
or
Roll .
Sausage u.WD 50 EXTRA 100 IXTRA FREE
Brand Govt. Graded U.S. Choice TOP VALUE STAMPS.. ,, TOP VALUE.... STAMPS,..... I:
Will TMi e. U4 Of
Will nil CUM M'",11. W
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''" cs. S.lik'; T.
"Seml'Bonelest. saw c.p .....57cUlf ) .., .;, "
Rib i I RoastJonathan E Z W/l..r e.r 1. W4 Ar 'r. 1..e89c If
To Carve" Lb. 1 e 14Y1. Jm mrnmnmrniFroien' ,1HI")|COUfOH e.rf.d COUPON

All' Purpose BogApples Food Buys .
Morton's Cream

Red Tokay L S' 49c PiesAssl. l 20-Ot.Large Site 3 For $1" 00


Flavors Superbrand Sherbet or

Grapes l ,, ; Nal l
Red Delicious I Ice' Cream 2 Ctnt Gel.29C .. $100Washington

"t : Totte 0-Sea Shrimp, Scallop, SeafoodDinners

Apples r 49 2 For $100


Go. Red Sweet Coli'l Vine" Ripe loathe Whole Mund. IrtadM Mn.A w wd orang ,
Potatoes ti.39C Tomatoes J.. 39C Shrimp !i.l.b.Pkg. 89C be light 3 'r s-oo|
,.* .... ,
u.s. No. 1 White Fancy Yellow GMk4" Cwt M rncta $o.e.y
Potatoes ''Sot 59C Onions ii. 39C Potatoes 2(it. 39c Cut Corn 5'p'4?' 99cc..t1.
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Chan DM*brnxi 'rot' s ca a.
Ivory Soap 2 Large 33C Lava Soap 2, | 25S5' 65c DUZ s pax61C
Goo. _- .r ror vavr. WMTHI Bart.. G.Joy... P.i. Gr F.. T...,' :

ml Ivory So.o /.wttM Soap Was.. 4 J :29C. !''vory.Sprofo Snow.!gr Wpr.e <;;, i: Thrill Iffdt 3.i., So,.4r og, 32-Ox. 89C ew Salvo 5SWels! T f J JOxydol 7ge

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"4-B THF STUART (Ha> NEWS I 50 '

11tunday, (kloo.-r& _8, !1964 I FREE GOLD


; Ronald Hardy ;) _
BOND STAMPS BONAMI DLST & WAX

llk Tfc C o4 CM a. 10
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I,) SUPERMARKET. I almost finished with our expansion Stop in and look it over. meanwhile, the ;,,,* CVOl ANY'IOBACCO 14-0*.

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f f1Ly, ______ food values remain the 1 same, with 1 outstanding service in every department 1 every day.


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tI L ,' '* In GOLDEN HARVEST, CREAMED\ 303 Ml.ETOMATOES GOLD BOND


ti I I1c14t 1'1'a i i j f 'V t I, 9 For l IXTtAil TA OHO l WJ,


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i LUr S \ suCARSA12, 2Vi\ MIl:, S S\\\\ttT PILLSBURY' IIjII I11i

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RONALD I) 'HARDY) ( # I I

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of the m -- GOLDBOND
assistant i Eagle '
" er Army-Navy manager.More of Stuart before ARMLLUNI.\ "ENFFR r TAINS;:'::J Jules I; A (Toots) Armcllini, seated Dallas Luce, president of Martin County Flower (Growers, Association .
going into the service. i n now third from left president of Armellini Express' Lines, Inc... and his ;, Armcllini. and Richard Dunleavy Stuart terminal manager; I -___ CRELN GIANT, 303 'SIZE F LOU R
serving with the 36th Artillery in assistants\, played host to Martin County flower growers at 1 a standing. James. Bompensa Delray Beach dispatcher;, Harold Bur. '
L U U r
(Germany dinner at* the Pink Pony on Thursday' Oct.. I I. Discussing future key. Richard O Hupfel and Ralph Smith, growers. Some sixty AGED. PEAS 5 For r
He has been appointed t the h a BEEF LAZY
the dinner. I WESTERN
colonels' orderly for the sixteenth plans are, left to right: Seated, Angelo Mastro Palatka dispatcher. Martin County growers were represented' at U.S.CHOICE 1 WisTlia O'.Ota.a.' .so

tIme.ball .team has and made will the be Army playing basket.over -' Lllfl1liIllU1llll1llh1llllllllhLJIIMIllllllilt1llllullllll! ''llIll
Martin Flower Growers
this I Entertain County I SIZE/
Europe season
He is a brother of Paul Hardy ; C !

of twin Jupiter brother. formerly, Sergeant(Of Stuart Donald, anda About ,sixty)' representatives of Flowers;, Eleanor's', Flowers;,'Good-. ,er Farm:, Dunne K. Luce; Edward Inc,; Van's Flowers;, Lone Palm. I {" SIRLOIN GREEi. .BEANS 5 5GRFFJS For 5 5 lb. QQc

Hardy.. h has a completed 'eighteen Martin r t i County flower growers ing Flower Farm Inc,; Hupfel Miller &. Son, Inc.: Monterey Flower Farm. ; Sunshine State Carnations 3 9
months duty with t th h a Medical H&H Lily Growers Inc.; Knouse i Flowers. Inc.;, White Quail Flow Inc.; lyon! Flowers, Inc.:
Corps on Okinawa.. Sergeant Donald were guests of Armcllini Express i Flowers, Inc,;, Parkway Flowers;, I er Farm; F.. O Rinker &. Sons;, Welton Flower Farm.;, Winks. Flow { WlmIvflYl'uOlASlOP' *
Hardy is now at Fort Polk, Lines, Inc., at a dinner at t the h.,' Karl J J.. Krueger A.. Sons, Inc..; Ronnys' Flower Farm;, Rose Cove er Farm;' California Florida Plant. I .* ,\ GIANT, GOLDEN CREAM Bag % a
I La.. after a furlough in Stuart with Pink Pony on Thursday)' evening, Leighton-Challancin Flower Farm; I Corporation: Schramms' Flowers, Corporation,? and Flocan Corporation kUBiRSIAT" \ ,\
his wife. Sue, and.! daughter, Kathy. Oct. 1 1. ., Gilford M. Lure;, D. S.. Luco. Flow._._ Inc.. Smith-Gifford Flower Farm,. T BONE E 6 Wltk TkU G..>4 O.I. S, 10Ib.
--------- --- -' CORN For
-- Assistance* Ju1et.A., (Toots( ) Armellmi l. : ...........
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.. .. .
i ''U4d ', Helen -
VICKI SUOOPF() in his role as hoM were; n r 1t\li-a\ : I Md .r" "< tary) Lowther; treasurer < I'ltJ WITH $$7.00 ORDER
IS PLEDGED> ) Richard Dunleavy Stuart termi. Martha Chonmess\ and chaplain, ts,4, \ -
hal manager, and his new assist: INDIANTOWN NEWS Joyce Coon.. I vI1uIIIIIMllllfflhillIIcImIlffOJJmNIOhIffl! !
Miss VickI Swoopc daughter of ,
REVLON, PROFESSIONAL>'
ant Norman Crews James Bornpcrma -
; A nice wV
Mr. and Mrs. Charles., C. Swoope, sweater was presentedto /
417 Krueger Parkway' ball been Delray Beach dispatcher.. OORO MOALJJSIER!\ Correspondent! 597-2557 Myra Smith the outgoing president _' s ) GOLD BOND
j a&sdt
and Mastro, Palatka dispatcher _
b Beta Angelo \ of the Ladies' Auxiliary # TO p :
1 formally pledged by/ Tau : J ..11 1 1"11'Qt"'' .. __ r ]. _*_._,4s
Chapter of Sigma Kappa' sororityat
Invited included HAIR
*
1 the University of Florida guest repre. CHURCH OF! GOD NOTES "
nenlaUves of AAB Flower Farm, / ;
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Inc.; Flowers by Adreatten, Inc, Warfidd School Plans The record of attendance has ; .' MW OVEN GUVRDIb.
Dorcas Mower farm: William J J.. been broken again in the Churchof C Cti
Russell! ; Marlin Shell Growers., God Sunday school for t the h a ROUND 79c
Inc..,. Henry Crews;, K&R Farms;, Carnival for Oct. 30 second time this year. The first l SPRAYPORTER
Dumich'| Flower Farm;, (O j a y time they broke a record of eighty- _
one for a ninety-three, and t the h e m.
I ', second time from a ninety-three ,
Martini -
Wurfield& School Parent Teacher Dorothy McAllister Mrs. j r -
sr. JOSLPII:: GUILD) I Association. held I Its t a second clans won the room count.. to a ninety-nine.. '' MARBLE
MILD: ) MLEIIM\ ; (; meeting. Monday.. Oct. 5.5., with its Mrs.. Jack Williamson, project Ladies of the Church of God .r/
St, Joseph Guild<1 and the Confratetnity new president. Jack Williamson, chairman announced that Friday. h have a e formed a ladies/ Willing. USE
of Christian Mothers presiding Fifty-two parent a and d Oct.. 30) would be the date for the Workers Band. The officers are: ,, L WEB FRESH
opened its regular monthly meet.I \teacher* were present' A feature Halloween carnival this year.. Car president, Gladys. Snipes, vie I c* I \w REGULAR 99c
\ ing with prayers In the church at t of the program was a film on the nival project.. and their chairmenare president, Hazel Keating, and d
I 7 745:'" p p.55., on Monday, Oct. 5. value of chilj! immunizations\ The : knack bar, Mr, Hoover, 8a;, secretary, Rachael Baker These!>t KE 69.e
f" Immediately following, Mrs.. Edward county nune, Mrs Marie, McCul- hone, shoe.. Mr, HerJon\)!\,, 8b;, spaghetti ladies have stated that there is a
I f"r vvf1qJJN! Kinnella preside) at a bust.! lough., was there to answer questions uppe;_,MrLIjood, )\), 7a,I greutjeed' $ iorj-new classrooms r .. BONELESS FULL' -CUHgu.S. OUND :- --:: -:' ,
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,
t II 'The IIfiIikVii ness meeting. < and Mrs. Harfe7b: country store : ; .
r, ), Plans were made'(for the annual A committee was chosen' to Mr. Thomas, 6a: witches'' corner: PERSONALS: :',\ t .
loveliestbrides ': ; retreat to be held.! on the weekendof study the bylaws' and make necessary Mr.. Well*.6b: gift and sweet Ihop'l, :: .
Nov. 6.S 8 reservations. David (Gale is II m the Good.! Samaritan
and were \ changes. It consists! of Mrs. Mrs Varvil 5a Mrs. I %< iS5S
1 E//) taken. Some of the members '\Vill )Margie, Rackky, chairman; Mrs.. 3a. and Mrs.. Martin, 4a;, grab bag' Hospital m West t Palm. S. CHOICE LEAN WESTERN BEEF, LAZY AG( Grade_ "A" ,Fresh>\\ 1\\
are / attend! a n East t Coast Deanery)' Betty MiUles.. Mrs. Mary Beiseck- Mrs.. Kennedy. 4b: fish h pond, Miss Beach where he underwent surgery
/ $
meeting Beach. 1 Thurs. Miss Landu on his. ear Oct.. 5 and celebrated ... MAXWELL
in Delray : on er Mrs. Carol Hale a and d Mrs Bird 3b; white elephant -- Club ,
1I Fleurde.Lis 1: rd day. Oct.| 22.. A card party will be 2b,; weight guessing. Miss Martinis his, birthday the same\' day, Carriage tpU
1r d belt) ..at t th meeting'' room of the 2a; basketball. pitch, Mr. Far I Miss Juanita Sheets has returned ] SIRLOIN BOTTOM M CRISP MFJIUtNCELERY
I 'j' I I 1'lr8t' National Bank on Thursday. /, More row, Sb;, ship ahoy/, Mrs, "*, home from the hospital where she I I U I I HOUSE Medium Florida
4-4Clubs Sca"1
brides k'. Oct. :I IS), at I Pin. Ib: pair tree, Mrs. Bowles,, had been for almost[ three weeks, .
: \
The annual 1 bazaar: is to he held There will .be,. a clown wander. \
r on Dec\ 12. Chairmen, and work. For IndiantownThe I lug around again this year for the Mrs. Ralph Adriance and Mrs.. TIP ROUND fl U I E L E R
ers are still needed.' and any new kids. and.! grown ups, to enjoy)' Wanda Prevatt visited in Fort t t or p g r EGGSDOZEN
:' ideas.! or suggestions\ 'are welcome. second.! meeting. (of,f the In- Supper will begin at 5 p p.m.. ; parade Lauderdule. Thursday and Friday.! ..
Thi, will be "A (Christmas: B Ba- d untown 4 4-H Club was,held&: on .. at 6 pm. .; judging of cOt!- Mrs Adriance visited her daughter
Complete ConsulUition ServiceJPIcurbeTLk. zaar" and there will be many Thursday, Oct. I I.. Miss Martha ;' tunics, A(:10 p.m, and booths and family and Mrs.. Prevatt |
Item* for Christmas gifts. There Burdine and L. M. Johnson' explained I' will open at 7 pm. visited with friends.. Mrs.. Emma FRESH LEAN WESTERN U U I I L L 2 For 29cSPARE
will be major prizes all the projects that are Winkler and Mrs. Mane. Roden- ,
\ .
(COUNTY B\PTIS1S\ S TO bury. '
available to 4-H Club members '
'
The. term, "Rh factor'' is. an Janet Howard. Kay Howard, : (CONDUCT) VOITIII CRUSADE,\ Mr, and Mrs. H.. E. Adams.! visited C ..! '
$808 South 6th Street, 464.3882 abbreviation I for C Rhesus factor, Virginia Snipes, Niada Sheets, and The Baptist Churches&:. (Of Mar in Orlando S Sunday d y and E RIBS lb. 49C \ C 1, (;RIL4, "
Abood Shopping Center This factor, present in about 85 Karen Wood presented the emblem tin County 'are sponsoring a Youth brought back Mrs, Adams' mother. _
rI FORT PIERCE per cent of human beings!!, was service which 'explained the Crusade Oct 17 It will lf be held; _
discovered( in 1940( in the blood. I meaning of the 4-1-H(( pledge at Dunklin Memorial Baptist.P Teen Town of Indiantown j Is s 39 ''Ifl C CABBAGE >b.b.Mmr 3cFranks
lot[',Khesut\ monkeys. _________ The next regular meeting for Church in Indiantown The ,speaker : sponsoring a. Halloween. dance to. _
------- ----- held Oct. 24. Prices will be adVertised
be J
will be \Vernon Strickland ,
the community will be on Oct. 19. I The well known \WQAM TOBIN ALL MEAT DIRRS, COLD SEAl.. SLICED -
Paul of Indiantown All young people 'of any denomination :
Kelly agreed _
i I radio band, "'J 1 he Ariktokrals& Four' > rKr.HIIPEPPERS' !
or filth are invited to attend '
\to be one of the leaders: \to work ;
this For information of Miami will play Please' come
with the interested in meeting 59c
boys lb.| 5 Bacon 49c
rk.lalrs: ; connected with I in costume! lb.
4 4.11 Leona Howard r contact any person WITH $$7.00 ORDER 3 For 19CLARGE
Mrs Paul Kelly, and Mrs.. John !ono) of the Baptist Churches atIndlanlown. Mr.. and Mrs. Flod) McAllisterand % f
Wood are, conducting: ; the meeting. Tropical Farms, Palm children visited! in Hosford J
Salon for the girl.. City{ Rio, and Stuart. and Quincy. They took this trip : LEAN WESTERN PORKBOST
uty information' due to the illness of Mr. McAllister .-
For further
about\ r 4-H any In Indiantown\see Mr*. SURPRISE\ PAKIY 's father, They returned\'\! Sunday 49 C LARGE MW CROP> RH' ), UIJJCIOLHAPPLES( '
John Wood at the corner of Seminole A surprise! birthday party was night, Oct. .4 4.. : B S .iuim TON* B BUT 1 T 1 I Ib.i .
LOIS ..
SEGN\,\ KIUS'IOFFERSENPAULINE Drive. and Tiger Billy CourtIn held Friday, Oct.. 2 2., in honor\) of. Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Gleason! ) Sr, .
NFI.L: WALTON I
Samtord L Rockecharlie who celebrated
Ineliantown\ Park f-our-H members 15 1
5
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1 j 2V) K. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 211..015).. ) will be contacted for their \! his ,seventeenth! birthday and, and family Dwayne Earl,,are Marlene moving Terry to I I NORTHERN BATHROOM TISSUE S i For $$1

pro;''it: meetings: The party wu given by his.. where will make' ___ -- .
Pennsylvania they -
.1 ... )
I mother, Mrs. Jackie Roekechar "

u li.Bruce li., .at. the Ughhlcy hunt>' of The Mr..room'and\\Mrs was. their Indiantown diantown home' regrets.for They the to have past see year lived li t them b. .In in .. I ''C- im I I T TISSUE I S S E 4 For 3 33 3 RUJ RlfK

WATCH OPENING decorated: \ in green and white The Ie.v.lL- \
for the
table holding. the cake was decorated cjt, TOMATOES K9EI35 3 5K 5
In green and yellow roses A barbecue dinner will be held .. STREITMANS, DELUXECHOCOLATE < :
OK..' ''IIIES&D with yellow candles burning/ at Saturday. Oet I 17? at the Indian OF
each end! town Volunteer\ f Firchouse. Tickets. GRAHAMS
Tho attending, were': J ,
Sandord Rockecharlie )' member or fireman. Takeout
'Deborah Snipe,. Clifford Hala- service will be available. and I FUDGE STRIP or CHOCOLATE PEQUINS
way, Tommy McAllister... Marlene delivered. 69
C.>.10.101Donald' \ Hataway, Janet COFFEE F F E E CAKE' E c SVTxMELlMORTON'S :
MeAllisier"': (Glenn Payne, 3 Judy II Y ySbcltr REAL LL.MONLEMON \ kRAfT )MIRACLE )IRLNC1I{ LIQUID "'
*. Steve. Hill, Vickw Young-, PRUNE JUICE '
;blood.. Morn> NVaUroit, and.! Jim TS' THE L/VW\ [ JUICE DRESSING8oL19c IVORY .,.

,t my TbulcyHRIJMKV.

j ''SANDWICH SHOP & DELICATESSEN'! t tI OIHC1.RS:'..:." INSTALL:'\ of Mufflers the engines,.must(of muffle all motor the sound vehicles ) APPLE PEACH or CHERR PIE 29< QT.69c 8 22oL65c 0T. 3 39c "

The Indiantown Volunteer( r .Fur,.* i l according, to (Chief of Police ,
-PIZZA- Department and tM Ladies' Auxiliary ". !_ Taylor ofJ 0 REGULAR .MEOXYDOL/ IIOKMU' % ,Whh B I.*.M $UMM.CHILLI .
''II I ," held joint mfttalltttiom of new Stuart& ,who\ says' I (' : GROUND BLMBLE $t-E
MEATBALL\ SANDWIChES\ HOT & SWEET\ SAUSAGE officers\ at the l firehouse", Saturday it''s the la*. : ;crs \ ;;
night. Oct. )J.A J.. Ordinance. No BLACK PEPPER.; rnNKSALMON
HOAGIES, HAMBURGERS\ I HOT DOGS buffet dinner' was prepared.& 186.0129 I;: read*, FRENCH: 79c

S t I GRILLED SAND\VICIIES\ OF ALL KINDSFOUNTAIN decorated by.' the ladies.!with\.", and white the cloths table:, fern were, | vehicle Every\' shall motor at 5 R E. FRIES F R I E S 5 5SKALTtST lb. 4 OL 39c NO. I CAN 5 Sc 3 Sc 2 9c

i SERVICE PASTRIES. .k-vl. bets! by .small toy firemen. J I he equipped' \ with '
Following &the dinner, these' a muffler .i s :. I'' nUX.( .:' (or HIE *rAUM ( JC HI MY ClHmKXOrr SUPERMARKET
: BREAKFAST.t', ,) new: officers were instilled\ by sotgoing .good tI tI"in"" "I !NEW'\ !NLSILTSCHOCOBAKE'\ % UUIWE ..li S4)t) Cf.*..l .Lnhrl. [ --
(htcf George' \\\hite\ : Fire order. and. i ia I I I -a
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IIOMtMXDK:\ \ >t: POIA10() SALAD\ > MACARONI\ I SAUVU\ \ ) / 9 ZEST TUNA I tlMd* Cofaitf
Department\ chief Bill |j>wther I constant\ (& operation' to prevent t evcesMV I ICE E MILK I L ,ar'w&-- allon' 3 c
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', While, anj! treasurer .. .. shall operate a motor) ve- "titer... / ALL LM ONE DffT.AX 7 .
326 SOUTH INDIAN) RIVER DRIVE sevrctary George .I person .1 Friday 8 tun. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 sun. to p.m.
Kenneth l Boring... Ladie'Au\ I hide: on the street equipped with I In. a OL 39c 2 Jot 3 39c i OH' 29 [ .U i>M s
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i t i 35 FOR RENT. OR SALE 3* 'BOATS A S SERVICES 63 I For Sale MkceHmrooi 78 Wanted To Buy (Misc.'. ) 81 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90: REAL ESTATE WANTED 96

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FOR Rent*. Furmsoed one bed; FOR SALE OR REN! 'T: Three bedroom FOR SALE: Complete line of I STORAGE Household goods au- ONE or two bedroom home. Furnished FOR sale by owner, practically WILLING to take over paymentson

ATIantlc 74550Plict rq m eflficfency 4. miles South one and a half bath home. Marine Supplies, Marine Paints tomobiles, boats, Sections :- or unfurnished. Will New. Beautiful 3 bedrooms, 2 three bedroom house m Stu-
of Stuart. $11$ per month. Phoneotter I Central heat and air conditioning. Marine Hardware-everything for 1 low as 300. Large, new, c..sh Stuart-Jensen area. P.pay O. bath house in fine neighborhood. are area. Write details to: Box L

Te Your FAST SELLING- *:00 p.nrt. 2871950. tf (O5) 287-4593. tf ((38)) your boat Whnicar Boat Works I clean )ntildin Golden Gate Stor- Box 72 Jensen' Beach. 10-8 ((81)) All central gas heat Air-condition- c/o Stuart News 10-8 ((96))
Port Sewall. tf ((63))) II age. AlA t e Stiles South of ing. A.1 electric: built-in kitchen I
mw coSt WANT AD IN Stuart .. across, from schoolOne FOR sale or rent: Two bedroom I Stuart 28f-lM: U ((71)) appliances including: dishwasher. i LEG u. ADS Jr.RTI"f'J'IIF.'T'OTII'f'J '
bedroom, bath kitchen, CBS Home in Hibiscus Park. OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED i Real Estate For Sale 90 Fenced in back yard. Beautifully

living,, and dinette Newly painted Call 2873538. 10-8 ((38)) We have parts. for alii WISCONSIN. Briggs Stratton landscaped with( deep well pump I 8.h'.T.: :' eR"lt1'10'1aTR\1Tur'' xnwn Tes. :
NEWS WANt" ADS and. die floors. Furnished2875055. t popular makes. Can test your coil i Clinton I I and lauson AIR and underground watering system. Not l I. hereby riven' that the
tf ((35) 40 and condenser Ulmer Motors Dial COOLED ENGINES in stock and FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront included. Call own- un RATE ..Five) cents WANTED TO RENT lots. and Many extras rates Law. of Florida
; per average High drySacrifice Chapter
AT 7-3335. Your :
Friendly Dodge parts and men who know how to er 287-4886 for additional infor I Aoti of m minimum insertion
TWO 7
word charge bedroom Unfurnished I at $29 foot. AT
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per \ AptOsceola Dealer. U ((63)) repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" a 10-8(90)( ) Clerk of the Clrrult Omii-l In nnd
$'.00 (for to : & Cortez in Stuart 2595. tf ((90) mation. Florida
uf twenty : RESPONSIBLE Family, both Dial AT 7-3313. ) for Martin :rn uponreceipt
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Rftmancnily : Your Friendly I of puhllcallon "f
averav htWOrd') in ALL blocks from school, $79 per mo. want to,ren( AUTHORIZED Johnson' Dealer. Dodge Dealer tf ((71)) FOUR bedroom watenroni home CONTRACTOR has new two bedroom : this notice the Hctltlou name. In.
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CAPITAL: first W. 11. Wagner. 287-4880 or 287 or lease ,tired goon house. m .Complete( Sales, Service, Parts. tile bath. Paneled living 1I'1t:
) Will trade for land. Write
tord, count: M two word each. 1696. tf ((35)) area i.. Goodaelectibnpf dependable Used TERRAZZO Tile and vacant lot. Haw- ICO'I'T'II Roorixn PAINTJVOunir .
Stuart year 'round ba Marble Box 23, Stuart,, Fla. tf ((90)) and dining. Landscaped which I I wtil enaesee In bu l-
White space above or below or TWO bedroom furnished apart Write Box L, c/o Smart News. Motor. Expert Factory-Trained W. H Wagner Co., AT 7-4880 thorne Avenue, Golden Gate near n.-.,: havlnn In Jensen my prlnrlptl.Sweet,.pl Martin":w ofhnnlnpfm
within ad will be charged at thefcanber mepf for rent id North Rive 10-8 ((40)WANTFD ) Mechanic, CASA RIO BOAT & or AT 7-1696. tf ((71)) INCOME property for sale. Completely AIA. $9.800. 10-8 ((90) rnnnlr, Fla. that the party Inter
6f words (five) that could: MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt. 707 furnished duplex Both t ted In ash. buntnajH In icon: n vdoh -
Shore. $125 I monthly year around. "'I, in Rio, AT 74)944.) tf SMALL BUSINESS CBS Home 2 bedroom 1 bath : of Jirnni-n IleM. rtortda and
((63)
be printed la tile blank line or Call 2873547. tf ( ) BOOKKEEP lides rented. Plus 123'x50' adjoin- thai there are no other persona
(35'
25 cents: pw line. .HELP 43 ING SERVICE Fiften years experlcnce. ing lot. Zoned commercial. $8,000 carport and patio 2 years old Inl created. In aaW hu.lnIWVrTT ....

"Display Classified" r I t e i on SMALL modern apartment 'IS: ,J L l>..L b tI FOR A' FISHER (/N, NEW Could help you. da your for quick sale. Write P. O Box like new, well landscaped $9,9SO( 214 Hlokorj BotKMl mech.. Rd.
.fcppli'cktion.Thevs week. Close in. Inquire at The I WAITRESS! wanted for day or 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hufo;,Will own to cut coats Cad AT_70570.IO ) 186. Stuarl. 10-15(90)) W down. 219 Harrison Ave. Coral JennFii Mach. Ha.
Seven "CV Grocery Store. North night shift Only experiencedneed take inboard or outboard poWer. -22 (hi) Gardens.. Stuart. 10.15 ((90)) rub Dot 5. IB. 21, 29, 1"4
are cash: rats! for adsfcrWfW U.S. 1 at 20th Street W(35)\ ( ) apply in person Poor Bob's If you can install motor in your NEW 2 Bedroom Home, Evergreen -
ot maildd to The Stuart EXPERIENCED Park Subdivision lobe ._ l --
Cocktail Lounge AlA Jensen. pare time, you should tee this cabinet maker "" "
Newt with payment, If you are a FOR Rent: building acre Beach. tf ((43)) : boat. Ideal for inside or off-shme I and carpentry work Expert Formica Sound. High elevation Large living REAL mATE FOR SALE 190
Stuart JSew mad subscriber or are I from Seymo\sr'a fnn. Call 287 I fishing. Call West Palm Beach TE work. Free estimates. Call room and kitchen. Phone 546- .
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listed jn the Stuart telephone direc dl51. tf ((35)) CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply 2-5204 or 6551783. U (63)) 287-5022. 10.8 ((7i I) 5333. tf ((90)) --
tory you place your ad by in personA & W Root Beer '
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phonei llal Atlantic 7-1550 and ON" the : New duplex Studio Drive In, U. S. No. I, South I' FOR Sale: 14 ft. boat with 7Vih 1 COLORED HOMESITES. Full I I
gay *1,.want to place a want-ad. Efflcfencicl. Furnished, Cathedral Stuart 10.8 ((43) .p. outboard. Come see make, PLANTS A S-RVICES 75 V acre. Next to New Salerno III IIII
ceilings. Colored tile hath, .1 I offer. 453 Riverside Drive. Phone _. High School. Low down pay. THINK !
tltltax.I IIRaIRNw tub and shower Kitchen Frig& 287-5619. ---- Low I
.. } by HELP w.\'NTEO.--------.3\ U ((63)) went monthly payments.Will ,
Idaire. Bahama bah Large tite 1 PLANTS Sprinkler systems, build and finance home if RALPH HARTMAN JR.
Give your mall l l address aa shaded porches. Plus 11(\' Fishing FOR Sale: Johnson Outboard Mo- landscaping, sod. Fastest growng desired. JORDAN REAL ES- ,

well aa your telephone number -. Pier, lighted. Adult Sea Gate Villas JOB OPPORTUNITY for young I tor. 15 horsepower.. In good condition : nursery in Martin County. PelIcan TATE, 211 Colorado Avenue. 287-
in your want-ad. The Stu. Mobile Home Gardens 4 Nursery, Loop Road S-76A When You Think
Lighthouse PolQt P. O. Box aggressive "outgoing personal ( ), 4837. 10-22 ((90))
art New hat hundreds of 1531 I, Stuart.. Phone 287-1657. ty" type, man or woman to learn : miles South of Stuart on U.S. V: Palm City. AT 7-1918. tf ( 75))
outoftale subscriber: who. tf ((35)) the sales profession on straight' C E. Mclvor 8-15 ((63)) FOR Sale by Owner. Commercial REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
I are, your best possible prospects BLOOMING Azaleas Roses, Bougainvillea lot 50x140 center of Stuart. Cashor
with small
for real estate sales and BRIGHT, cheerful twin bedroom salary expenses Salary |9'/i' foot Gtasspar, Twin 40s, two Hibiscus 5 unfurnished
i but if !, Ixora. Variety year terms. 6 room E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600
I rentals, boats, help wanted, with double clouts: in private I 16 it will start and you can the produce, I 18- allow tanks. Cabin sleep<< of PALMS! $100 and up.. frame house, fair condition. ,L:1: 10-' ((110)
I gardening trailer, and ervices. < home, Jensen Beach. Call 2ft7r real grow open here in Mar-way : two head many extras. Cheap. Tropical Fruit Trees. VISIT Enders Please! do not phone. Write E. B.
.2131. Write Box': 554, Jensen to till a County.career This right Job calls: for Call 287.5906 after 5:00 n.m. Nursery! White City. Coventry, 5137 Pinegrove Drive

I Beach. 10-8 ((35)) someone who likes people, hat ''0.8 ((63)) 10-29} ((75)) West Palm Beach Florida, 33406

LARGE furnished, 2 bedroom "mo"' gift of gab" and isn't afraidof Mnr RwsRtmwsa tf ((90))

I REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS apartment for rent In center of Tinrd work. You need a car TRAILERS A SERVICES 6i For Sale Mlscellaneoui 78 TWO bedroom two bath waterfront CAPITAL GAINS! Are to be )tad!
Stuart. Call 287-0729. tf but yotir car will be paid, .. yours
expense
\ ((35)) ,. 1IIb_ .. home in Stuart City Limits -
This is not Insurance or door to 1958 Chevrolet' off white 4-door Completely furnished. Seawall, On 4 1
I SLEEP room with private bath. I New Lane U. S. No. .
door but it doe. call for
I i after the .end of the smaller ad., in Suitable for young working aggressive selling lalesmansntp i I a well-: ,? Hardtop Sports Sedan. Automatic MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest dock, city: water, citrus. Owner 600'( U. S. No. 1, 50 numerical order. B4 sure to look man.1 t and Radio. In excellent will sacrifice at 19000. Box
Call 287.1391 after con I 100'( More
5pm. Buy or
known that is used Prices In
product being Florida
I In bow p1a ea.) 10-8 ( ) by nearly all local businessmen.If dition. $485. Call AT 74187. 1365, Stuart, or 2871685. tf ((90))

iENr 35-135 ONE and two bedroom I you are interested, drop a line tf ((58)) GUITARS bRUMS PIANOS THREE bedroom, home. Jensen! ON HUTCHINSON ISLAND

I .FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 furmsnod or unfurnished.apartments New giving your qualifications to Box 1962 Corvalr. Radio and heater. ORGANS Beach-Skyline Drive area. 90'
40140ntu' and modern. On the river N-612. The Stuart News, Box Automatic transmission! Low rty 150' lot. Will trade $4,600 equity Ocean to River Between Bridges 700' x 1600'Buy

I (WANTED WAIV1t1)TO' RENT 43-143 blocks North of Courthouse. 55 two E 1047, Stuart Fla. tf ((43)) mileage, clean. $1,295.1962\ Chevy EASY TERMS for land lots, etc. No cash: 100' or More $285. per foot
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II. Radio and heater. Clean. $1095. ,- needed. Take over payments. Call
Seminole
Employment Wanted 48-148 St. 287-1197. tf ((35)) FEMALE store clerk Help 5I Wanted week: retail See after 5:00 or all day MORITZ PIANO CO. 287-0914) I tf ((90)) WE NEED For The New 1965 Selling Season
-dIiY must
Curlier Opportunities So-150 TWQ bedroom house St. Lucie : Saturday See at office, of first 112 No. 5th Street CBS. Two Bedroom OUR LISTING:
he dependable amiable, neat wiltIng 0 n e Bath
LOST A' FOUND S3-153 Locks. Call 287-3649.. tf ((35)) to learn permanent job, be house Indiantown Road. Box' 75. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 : home. Florida room screened-
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SCHOOLS S4-154 TWO Bedroom CBS house Furnished bondable, give references, white in carport: utility room, beautiful Tracts, Vacant Commercial and Others.
SPECIAL NOTICES 'SS-135 On 76A. $" per month. age 25.", Salary above average. PONTJAC 1963 Catalina. 4 door TRUSSES, elastic: stockings .' landscaping, large yard. 60' by
USED CARS 58-15S Call 2871328. 10-8 ((35)) Store sir-conditioned, Write Strelt sedan. Metallic Blue. Automatic I knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart. I 125': lot. Home unfurnished Ask. FOR ACTION, LIST WITH US!
Inc., General Stuart, leg 12000.( Owner transfer Call
Delivery transmission! power steering,
166 Drug Corp. tf
NEW CARS 60- ((78))
ATTRACTIVE furnished house Florida. 10-15( ((43)) brakes.; radio and heater. Factory I 287-6422. 10-8 ((90)) CONFIDENCE BUILT OUR BUSINESS
BOATS it SERVICESTRAILERS 43163FOR Two bedrooms Two screened
Air $2.J50. Excellent G
condition. E
: : automatic washer Late
electric MALE cook. Call 287-2952: : after 100x200 Lot Sylvan Shores :
SERVICES 6 81' porches. AR kitchen. Good .
i Call 287-4886. "t 10'8 '
HIel"A"
((58) I' 'h1< -1 condition' Near Jen
neighborhood Rent reasonable 600: pm. 10-8( ((43)) Canal Corner has 300 ft waterfront.
fcrvktt Offered Mtoc. 71-171 M. P RealtorRONNY
Beach. Call 2876882.
sen 10-8(78)( ) Paled"s'lreett' I NELSON '
and
Garage. Call 2872293. 904 Sf WANTED Used Trailer. Reason-! ; i high .
PLANTS SERVICES 75-175 Lucie Crescent' 10-8 ((35)) HELP WANTED: Male and ahly priced. Must be clean II,. dry 6500. Call 287-2019, wrrtoMatey i NELSON, Associate'
For Sole MJtce1J eou. 78-178 Female, interested' in second two bedrooms. I If f in Park would Wanted 1o Buy (Mkc.) IIi 921 E. Ocean Blvd. Stu
Want"4 To Buy Mbc..) 81-181 ONE bedroom' efficiency apartment shift work. Applications) are I rent with:f option" to buy. State year art. 10-1 (90)) 325 East Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 7-3566
MOVING &STORAGE 84-114 All electric klrchen. Across now being accepted for the location. Can furnish excellent .1' -- -- .;: ...... jl ti 11-' (10))
from new high school. Use of references. Mrs. Ruth Lynch 2300 WANT the best "price, for yourcar I
Real Estate For Sal 90 190 following job classifications:
washer and Service Offered Mkc. 171
dryer. Waterfront. Lafayette St., North Bellmore, I., ? Call Jack Breuil at 287- : K
Real 1 Ektate Wanted 9*-194FORREN1 S70.lO) a month. 287-4106. Machine Operator I.. New. York, 11712. 10-8 ((6fl) 1214. Mcrkle' Motors Inc. tf ((81)) 4 U 1A1
10-8 ((35)) Mechanical 1
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Inspector --- --
a.- arw ato Assembly Line WorkersFor FOR Sate: A 35x8, Travelo, bedroom j ::,1
: 35 TRAILER for rent fully furnish double hurricane an Choice Waterfront PropertyOwner
ed. For gentleman or couple desiring application 'phone 2875002. cheers, aluminum awning FOR RENT 133 LAW'SMOVING ,
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1 FURNISHED. two bedroom house turnpike outlet. Inquire QAl'7. Fittings Inc. Box: 1198,.Stuart 300. Call 287-4914 Thursday,
Will!!
witb/carporte: large living room, "30. ( ) I'la. 6:30 am.630: p.m. Other days & STORAGE Sacrifice!

electric* kitchen gas heat. Very THREE room furnished all electric 10-8 ((43)WAITRESS ) 6.30; am. to 8.00: a.m. 10-8 ((68) 500 S. FLAGLFR STUART
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clean. 287-0768.) Route 2, Box 82, Adults I "11II111 JI Duplex )
Stuart. tf ((35)) apartment wanted! CI I Patio, %) Local and long distance motIng. -
t only. No dogs. Reference, require Osceola Street Stuart. Aptly Service Offered Mhe. 71 .. Packing, cratlnt and shipphij. i
'STORES and offices downtownor ed, Call 287-5363. tf ((35)) In person 108(43)SiwIiipM ( ) i itL 1 td:>- .

Bast Ocean Blvd.; Any size, F R Rent: One bedroom home on : arauasr- I JONES!; SEPTIC TANK SERV.. WAREHOUSE STORAGE With Seawall
Write 1170 E.
'A. P.
Krucgcr.2872420. St. lucie River. Clean, comfortable : Opj>orranltfrf. 50GARBAGE ICE. Septic tanks vacuum cleaned Ph. 287-0878

Ocean Blvd. Phone tf ((35)) and quiet. Beautiful view of R.JI LJ L ..\ J and reseated, Also dram fields qti )tau P o pjrty has depth of 484 ft.
the river Days dial 2117.1769j; evenings repaired and retaid. FAST SERV.ICC. .
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I FURNISHED two bedroom apartment dial 287-5081. If ((35)) collection, service for Dial 287-2820 or 287-0266. Within City Limits of Stuart
Very clean.: Reasonable. sale with new garbage truck, For U ((71)\) m .......
ONE bedroom furnished cottage: Information write P. Q. Box 1707, ATLANTIC
Adult* 2870768. It no answer COURTAPARtMElftS For Sale. Rlkeellaiwow 178WE'VE
in Palm $((). 2871685tf FURNITURE I(
City ) Stuart Fla. Phone 287-2820. refinishing and reitorlng. -
.Call 2874806. tf ((35)) ((35)) 10-15 ((50)) Will call for and di- _". _, L ....A_. __.___ Nice fl l iTh1ing Frame Home and Cottage
liVer. Reasonable.' Call 287-1685. .
FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom .. _
NEW OCJiAltiOCLRwRDaTOART.
gar apartment,,Room close in in, reasonable h 0 u"three-bedroom e completely lurnl.hed.with two-hath. .LOST A FOUND 53 tf ((71)) na IIA'" FLtprtnA I COT THEBdAtJtJOT Beautiful Lawns, Trees and Shrubs
Garage; private
; i Tank aOI1II1uarUIQ: : APA8TaiLST1: : .
carport: and utility. Locatedat RAY COOkB'S Serv I : t'
619 East Fifth Street 'J-
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Stuart tf (35)) Jensen Beach on, quiet street BARGAIN: 20' Grumman Alum. Ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also iHrrri.enoAitD a ROOM BATH c isTT ,''MDAaexeas. i w ;;'LItIP Y
with beautiful viewof drain fields
knoll and re-laid.
on high repaired
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inum Boat. Volva Inboard-out :' 'TU Set Your Broker or Phone Ownei
TWO bedroom C.B.S Home. All Indian River. Ideal for two retired ward used: only 30 hrs. Completely Dial AT 7-0651) .AT 7-9862 11(71)( ) LOl'NOB
electric\ equipped. Furnished couplet. Available for sea- cASA Rio
I canvas covered with sport top. WHEFL ALIGNMENT and TIRE -7, N..Naa N TNe1T
No children and No pets. Call son References required. Write: A $45(10( outfit going for $1950. f SAtfcSUMa :
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287-57)3. 653 Bryant Avenue, Box 7, West Lafayette Ohio. BALANCING with Bear Equipment W. T. PAGET Mgr. } AT 7-2607 AT 7-3232
Stuart tf ((35)) 10-8 ((35)) See at Bailey Boat Co. AI A. Jin- by trained mechanics will pay Dial AT ,-.. U till ..... fat Htm. AT ,-.
lien Beach. IO8(53)srtrciAL ( ) for itself In tire wear. We have the u arts tf
FOR Rent: Seasonal or yearly.I FURNISHED upstairs apartment ...4. ) LA I equipment and men. Your friend.Iv (155))
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I Five oom furnished home with at 200 Lonfta\ St.. Casa Terrace. ; NOTICES 55WI. Dodge.' dealer. ULMER MOTORS -- - -- --- -- -
I nice yafd. Call 546-5200.10-8 ((35)) Living room-bedroom ComMAa- r II or Dial AT 7-3355. U ((71) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IN

f FIVE apartment, completely I If for ton, full bath sundeck. Must Suitable he NEW NURSERY SCHOOL: By HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor,
two
furnifhed. Second floor. 700 one to be or persons.Call 287- the day half day 'or the hour. Mowfer and Disc Will clear.lou, HUtCHINSON ISLAND
teen appreciated.:
South Federal Hwy 287-3325 or 3489\ after 148(35)) Maps on colt.: Fenced play yard. cut trees. Fence iW piling Looking for aNew
287-1297. tf ((35)) : 5pm. Convenient location. Owned and for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT ON

r ONE Bedroom apartment Furnished operated by Vera S<:hanJ. 287- 7-1401 tf ((71)FREE Home 200' Oceanfront Between The Bridges
RIVERFRONT home with pool Electricity furnished. Port 0771. tf ((55)) THE ST. LUCIE II High Cleared Land. $250.00
for Furnished unfunahhed. front
rent or Salerno./ Call 287-1564. 10-8 ((35)) Look at per foot
Call 287-0948.) tf ((35)ATiantic ) WANT the best price for your car? Oaw Md two-roms) cffkfcacka.Sfacbtot .
TWO bedroom furnished apartment Call Jack Breuil at 287-1214.
in Palm City $75. 287685. Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55)) shaded rroosMfaFarkhg Legion Heights SHORE VILLAGE

tf 05)) Let Boat Dock.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ShufrteboaH. IN JENSEN BEACH
TV aa4 Loge
meets at 8:30: p.m. Hutchinson
Island
.1 FOR RENT OR SALE 3$ nesday at the eve7t.Wed., I Week Month Year SAM RHODES Homesite and Apart.
Jensen Beach. Fu information, Your 'I j tneht Sites! $ 500.00 up. City Water.
Want Ad In
1 Phone AT 73332. tf ((35))1I 610& ST. tirtnt CRESCENT:
RIVER view cottage. A. O. Drey- THE S.TUART STUART FLORIDATcleplMMMi I CONSTRUCTION INC. Ready to Build on.
AM not respomibk' for
er. Orange Avenue Rio. LaM any
on left 287-3464. tf ((38)) debt. Claus anyone other NEWS is printed iri 217-mi DIAL 287471Pkfl '
han myself. Davis. F. E ROOD, Mauftrw Baker, s.ka1"'
I BY Owner. Two bedroom CBS 10-8 ((55)CARPbTS ) THE MARTINCOUNTY nisi. if u.e
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I Home.rooms.Furnished 29\ Canal Avenue Double Jensen utility Clean ea'lk.r-ihij: ;; FREE ROLAND G. LUEDER

Beach, or will rent ti.> adults. Blue Lustre Electric Shampoo PRESS, Sunday,
: I only 210 En- er, only $1 per day Hartmait- EXPECTING: COMPANY
) trada Ave.1iR Park. 10-29(38)( ) i Leighton Furniture. 10-8(55)( ) without charge. WONDER WHERE OITRE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN REALTOR

I FOUR bedroom. 3-t>atb home in PRE-CHRISTMAS sate of Tropical (Thai applfe t6 rfolar. waal- Cal M a4 atop wwflat, Reaanabta nM a4 M ah.e.ysifr

Stuart City Umita. Especiallynice. CM! paintings. AU sizes and ado cob ao( to. 4H4ay etas.siflnkv that .OI ..... sA lout JeW ewe .

Furnished. References. No all priceSandbox Shell Shop. which ca* be reeve CALL MARIE KIRK. MANAGER

rets. Yearly or seasonal leas*. Box Jensen Beach. 10-29 ((55)) at a enlaced rate.) New Aralhkl far Yew SteepUg Cawforl! -m COLORADO ATE StjA) niONE AT 7-""
Uti!. Stuart. tf (JII)
Niagara' CyriaAlaaaic. <-'..ta M Ow Be**,
Dial 7-1550 COMFORTABLE three room USD CARS TRUCKS 58I9ft0 Phone your ad to

dwelling and cottage on Indian t>.. 287.1550 and get In Southwind Motel STUART FLORIDA
slid ask for the River at Eden. Furnished or ttiv O wvair\ mechanically good this forone4ffe
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furnished' AT 7-319Q. after 7.00 need tonne body "< or Sandbox Shell Shop. shift: $300. Cal HoM\' Sound ( 'I =
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SOUTHERN METHODIST 1:0 I PRCSBIiTFRUN FIRST METHODIST RFDFFJVfFR LtrITITRAN> TTIF STTTART (FI rIdI'F.W: ) ?
Knight, I I North Riser Shors Stuart I
ThunldNy Octotwc t, UM4 7-B
There win be a meetwf+ of all R.v. Knight wil be the speaker Earlv wvrstNp service bcgfha at "
school officer' at the II 9 a.m.. church school (ilasnes Wednesday. Oct 7: 7.10: p.m" 8 a.m.: SnrlJay wttfl eommunimat
and a.m
Sunday < teachers worship serviceSunday
at the church this Thursday, I I for all ages): 10 am., worship Chancel Choir rehearsal board Redeemer Lutheran Church: Indian River
service: pm? Young Patpk'aFtlbwahip roomThwrsJwy.. Est Ocean Blvd
Get e, at 7:45 p.ra. Prtkyer *ervtee and Bible study .
This Sunday a Rally Day at our il i heM each WedaamJuy night beginning '' Choir rehearsal at 7 30 Dot 8: 7:W) p.m.. Bible daa and Sunday School
: p.m official hoard mace at Church in start at 9:15. and second svonhtp; .
Sunday school at 945: am "Let at 7:41. The public is invitetf on Wednesday. / Baptist Group
us Ntak the old Sunday school >r*. i to h ar these lecture on the I Q Two scrvic will begin on Oct the board room. service at 10:W( clock. This WIU

cord by attending and bring aj I Bible by the pastor 18. 9 and II a.m. Friday Oct 9: 10 a." ,. Wan. : be the customary procedure during Meets Oct. 15
I .., << ,." ,..,, awwraa ah The United Preabyterian Worn en'* Study and Prayer group rtwct" : the winter season.
I -- t ne en will have a recvMion on Tues III oW church; 3:30 pan.. Junior This Is the Life:' the Lutheran

REAL ESTVnJ' : FOR SALE to II day Oct 27, at 3:30: p.m. to rehearsal at ehuraJuSunday \ : Church TV program (begins Hs The annual I meeting of the Indian :
'. Oct I 11: Layuwn's Sunday Rivrr Bar>tH AsntwiatMwi will..
..1,.<1\. j II.4 lire invited and those women uniteU : 8:41 and I Ham.I vworsh It can be seen Sunday be held at the Westside Baptist
with church !service conducteU by laymen of 9 Church! in Port Pierce on TMInJuy
our suite May'. mornings at a m on Channel 4.
the church under the dmctton of Oct 15 9 3Ta.m >
ivftl when begitnmg a( ;
moved NtxtARiver
we to The Lutheran Hour conies the.
on
Shores, will be lay leader Captain Warren CM- Three sessions have been
BUILDER 'WILL FINANCEA especially air .each Simdayevwmg at 7:35 \
.r honored\ Please' mark this on your lira Tho message "When lAymc. over station WsTU planned for morning, afternoon,
are Paithhrt"! will he afn hy and evening;
calendar ami make every effort Pastor Donald Schrocsler' I II
laymen John S rJler ( () mwC'1I to
The
attend < uy Rev rayette L. HalL moderator
to be aw K v from Monday I evening
builder who has recently completed 90 Circle 3 will meet on Tuesday and Elmo Mattox; SMS coffeebreak tnrougn 'Thursday.. tnts! week, attending will prswkle, assisted! by the
hul'C'11Cfk'lt..
10 1 fsxall
t* T I Tuesday Oct IJ at I pm. at the : a m? I the Dmtrict Pastoral Conference Rev lack Nightingale, vice moderator
A church. Co-hostesses' are Mrs. Hurry ages: 6 p.m.. Youth Choir. rehearsal lake Wain. Th Rev ;Forrest t Watkinv
homes in the West Palm Beach will I at I here will be
area
t Halsey and Mrs. James Owen, M.Y.F. ro>m. new church: 'no ro..ICr'S Bible' class Tuesday (program chairman has Announce
A ,a,1 Circle 3 will meet on Tuesday, 6:43 p m,, M.Y.F. meets at tho evening ed that the theme of the program
finance a home on lot over a periodof 2' i new church mioVlle building. is "0, Come Let U '
< your a Oct 13, at 8 pm at the home of' Mondiiy. let 12: at ft p.m., Worship-
Monday\ Oct 12: 7am? Men e The Kcv niiam Marson will cli-
t yr Mrs. Robert Peck, Rivervicw Avenue the Quarterly Voters meeting of
n'ow 1
20 >ears. See us many choice designs ; Stuart. Prayer (mxip meets 'in the sane Redeemer church will be held officer rest: the music and has planned
a 7:10 .m commission' orship for the
tuary: p / special music'
elected and
next years t budget

and interiors to choose from. 1 ,,, ST. 3osrrhTnouc "", meets at the church. adopted. Othcf features include reports
.r Tuesdiv: ()cl. l 13: 10 am.ixi The church Is day of the various local committee, '
+ open every
Weekday Masses on Mondu I ins Society executive meeting; from 9 to 5 for meditation and and heads of the association' dcpnrtmfnts .
; through nduy will be at 11:30: 12:30: pm, Matrons Class mere of work
,< 1 a.m. and on Saturday at 7:W Am at church: "prayer T. M Johns, superintendent of
uTAYLORASHLEYREAL: 1 .' School of religion for hlg I h I Iv the Florida Baptist Children'
I cUmrry rrr.n ('lIl'R' <11 OP CHRISTCiMRrrgiilkHtnl
school students ia held every Monday Home, Hugh|| Walters and James
from 7 to 8 p,m. and tor eU. Jensen Rtarn ( \ Palm City) Sawyer will be heard in special:

: r" r mentary school students every Suturtluy I rUuy, pct: 9: fi:10 p.m., choir reports,
e
ESTATE kc:7 1 1'erg from 9:30 to MO I : amChoir Regular service: Morning wor- rchcursulSunday.' The featured speaker at the
: 1 rehearsal has ship services, 9V and II:30 am Oct II 945
practice every : : am, evening IIic" OI.ill be Dr John
.1' Jim Whitehead Associate Wednesday: at 7:30 p.m. in the Snndiy, beginning Oct: IK. Sunschoi church: school and nursery. Itm Nfaguire of Jacksonville. executive
,.
church. >l. 9J0; 'a.m,; Mid week wax '. ., service. sermon "'''ealne"to 'secretary of the Florida Bap .
130 COLORADO AYE, PHONE AT 7-2440 The UJies of St Joseph Guild Chip !service: 1 p.m. hursduy., beginning ) Strength,"' 12 noon, )potluck dinner lIt Convention1.

II.s U'OII NELLS 1I1VFLYNw .nd" the Confraternity of Christia CKt 8Wednesdny anJ reception, a time to becoiiie It was also announced that the
Mothers will make their'' annual meetingsSenlo l t acquainted with our new host church will serve! dinner and',
I the Of Choir practice, 7:3(1( p.m,; Junior xistor and his wife, Those .
Organist at A Saints retreat on weekend NOT ) Virginia slipper ami that the nurseries will
'. 6.8 at the (nuclir. House in lane Choir, practice: 6:JO p.m.; Akohi who\ cannot stay for dinner may be open,
tuna. Catholic aiwl! non-Catholic ,lie* Anonymous. It:W, p,m. come from 2 to 4 p.m. Visitors -

Is Noted MusicianAll are Invited Transportation" will be Monthly I meetings: Official net! guest: are invited; 5:10 p.rn.. --.
I I lET BUILD I II' Hively, provided for anyone wka v.111n''fJ hoard third Tuesday, 7:to p.nv: Senior High/ Icllovtship, FIRST RAPTISTStuart ._
US ladies Aid Circle, fourth Wednesday
it, and those so desiring may \Vednesduy" Oct 14: 330pm.:
Saints' Episcopal Church in a doctor of philosophy from Harvard contact Mrs. deorge Kucliua N-A I 1:30: pro, friendship" (ircle. Junr! High FellowshipINDIVJN Wednesday ..vnllat 7:30 the
Jensen. Beach has announced!, Umvenity, is a director of Street Martin Mobile' Home Fourth Tuevluy H p.in.. anJ Men"hrolherhl"'It.I. annual church business" meeting'

' ;i through the rector, Rev Norman contemporary programmed edu Park Stuart or call Ain Kubm third rlituy, 6:30 I RIMRI U 'IURI'S will be held, followed by a prayer ;

3. Feastcr the appointment of cation in Minneapolis. Minn, and 287-1702 or Mrs. P. Schrolwkscr: pm I .II. Km snip "service. The Youth and Chancel

!And Finance for You! Wells Hively, a distinguished com with his family, will he visiting his 287-453K. Choirs will rehears at 8:13: '
poser-pianiKt t. as organist for the father at his Indian River home Trading I stamp are still I needed RIO pBl. I1R Meets at rat Pierce Communl- Thursday' evening at 7 the Long ;
lh. during the winter. banter, 742 Seaway l Drive, Fort Range Planning Committee will
r par for the church bataar to be heh The Prayer and Bible Study
He was head of the music department Dee 12, Pkase. fierce. meet in the pastor study
on drop jour Hour will be held Wednesday. 7:30m
Meitings" have resumed for the
\ Your Choice of 20 Different Models. School in of Palm the Beach Graham from-Ecket 1940to PORT smRNO \nisr door stamps"," in the box at the church >. The church choir will practice full and winter !season.' Dr Wil- rest On H Sunday Waiklna morning will I sneak Rev. For on'The ,

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3 and four-bedroom homes from $12,500 1952 He was pianist! in concert The Port Salerno Baptist Chapel The St Joseph OuiM and thejonfralernity at The H:30 Sunday p m school" J" menuipcrintendenis / Ilul1J.. Arms bus returned from Church: In The World" At
with Lily Pens from 1954 to sponnored by the Tropical of Chmiiait Molh- and part olficer Ihlt nun it it.:r in California where the evening service Rev. Chuck:
to $25,000. 1960 with whom he alternated m Baptist Church will begin Farm'l genernl he served various Unitarian.Llnlcrsulikl (Conner associate minister of the
en will hold a card party at the will meet Thursday at 7:30 p,mat .
winter concert tours for the U S. ing In i new location next Sunday in the I' Nalonal churihe. Time of meet- If rat Baptlit (Church: West Palm ,
community room irsl the home of Mrs, nl In
LOW DOWN PAYI\4ENTa Conventional Information Service in S p al I n. Oct II. Arrangement have been Rank building In Stuart on Stuart Hurgess toga hat been changed: to I II l amunduy Reach, will be the speaker. Rev ,

Portugal France and Belgium a. made for the services to be held Oct. 15 1 There will be : *. Conner U I graduate of Southwestern
22 at 9 4!
pm Sunday school be wins at : t
year mortgages. 1 On' Oct t. I II I. Dr An", Mihjcct
the ok Salerno Etc'mcnlary
an American composer'pianist. He temporarily) at able prints anJ door pritet. Rereshment im. with a dna of Itihle study Theological Seminary and
recently acquired a horn on the School on Si Ijicie Avenue will .be served Bring for '1 M will snealon will be Faith as Adventure"SF attended school at Auburn and
BUILD ON YOUR O\VN LOT every age pastor
Indian River in Jensen Beach with morning worship at 9:43, your own card. Ain Olin Booth the subject "1(he Lord DHV Hay lor Unl\' rIIita.: He played

whether paid f for or not (in some areas.) where he is devoting himself' : la followed by Sunday school a I will be chaiminit. The ladle are during the worship service at II. Mini's triSCOPlL! baicball at Auburn anJ semi-pro

writing and to music composition, 1045: ; evening worship at 6)0: followed sked to bring some item of nonperiHhable 1 raining Union begin at n:10 p.m. Thursday. Oet. 8; 7:V) a.m.. baicball In T.".. Rev! Watklna
For Father Feaster said. "This I la by Training Union at 7:10. I arch cAnnnlgr for wilt be at Flomich Avenue Baptist
FuR Detaib, "Phon.fe.! Ravening Charge food. a* 10 provide opportunity training loly Luchurlitl: 10 am. Holy I Il'ucharht
the culmination of an extensive" The chinct( members who have nods, when they attend Mass' on In church membership, (''hrlttlaiIving. : II pm. Episcopal 1 I Church in Holly Hill all mi* week

effort by the parish to secure an teen meeting thus far in a homein Sunday a* prices for the party and .t.wal\l.hil'| of life (hurchwomcn meeting In lh e preaching In revival services.Monday .
organist As Mr :Hively shares the area invite all Port Salerno There will b.I a meeting of the 'Ihe adults will continue their study (1t"lsierSuturdiy. a/lcrnoon at 3:30 the

ANDREW LAPPLE lit semi retirement with All resident* who are looking for East (oast Deuncry on Thursday.XU on visitation. Ihe rll"llIr11I Iud Oil: 10: 9K: a.m.. Junior Olrls Auxiliary, will meet
Saints' he brings a wealth of eve a church home to attend the nerv- 22 at IXIray Beach There he ctmgrcgution: In a study of the unlor ChoirSunday I at the church: ,

perience with which to Improve( Ices. Lewis Sumol. pastor! at Trop I. a small registration charge, A twelfth chapter of the Epistle 14 the Oet. l II is: 7::10\ .m? I Holy 1 Ihe Inurmedmte Girls Auxiliary !
i Phone West Palm Beach 683-2375 the musical! program of the parsh" ical Farm, is serving for the uncheon will he served alter the tomans. during the worth p service 'uchurM: ; 9 I.nl" Holy/ Carbon: will meet at the church: on
I.. Father Feaster laid Hivelywas (present a* pastor for the chapel; meeting. The luncheon .1 7:45, A nursery Is provided for //at! and Sunday school; II am, Tuesday afternoon at 3:.in.. The
or Write me, Box ({8 West Palm Beach enthusiastically received this Eugene Black i II Sunday school literal must be in by (Kt I(t nfants.. during nil of the services morning prayer and sermon, 7:30 Primary and Carol: (hoirs will re
: past' SunVlay, as he j joined them superintendent( and Mrs. Oliver wishing to attend may rtllerva.1 The deacons. will meet at the pm., Inquirer cUw. hearse at the church m Tuesday .

ttrough his music Smith is the Training Union director '''Ghill1fd. -2H7.4W. church Tuesday at 7:10( j..mALL Tuesday, Oct 13: ft:30 pm. afternoon at J.:U, Alta. Ethel kkk
Hively son Wells Hively II. '' Men i Cluh nipper and meeting, ( liter still/ N"" "hostess to the Betty .
.
--- -- ; Mill Circle at her home in fldo-
MHHODlsrWednesday: SAINIS:" IPIVCOPsLJriweii Plean make reservation* for this
I Heath au MtHlJay.1/ I 12. taller IMjihls Tuesday' morning at
7pm? choir grace C1'eJnrwluy 10:10. Those" '
iJQ are to tale
ice. 7V: p.m., mid.week! prayer' Thursday, Oct II: I 10( ram" Holy i Simior. Choir. .rehearw let: 14:, : 1'."'., lanjwlehes." : allcn.l'nf lI'kf Circle, ,

C. O. RAINEY- Realtor [and Ble. study. (',,"1munlt'n. Intention: "Ihul We / win meet U the home of Mr, i.

Saturday: 6:IS'{ p.m., lenleraguers l May Real Ma:k. I earn and Inwardly I1RST CHtnTll' OP CIIRLSr C Anthony The Las Amlgiis cov. ,

meet a the church for Digest Ihe Holy Scriptures: stiismrIwkl mil dish/ lupper meeting' will' ,"he

-- outing, Friday (Kt 9, ft a.m.. HolyCommunion : (Keaff IU"... ( Rev, Charlc O Bennett pas Intention.: lor parChurch Hall at 6:.10. Mrs John Tomllnson!
: kx extends" an invitation to lh. I subject''' Oct. I II: ..
; School: pupils and Tiaihrs will be "hostess t. the Duhbcrly/
i Are Sin, 1 Disease" and Death
: ,' \ -r' 9:3D/ am Sunday worship service ." Circle at her "home at 7 30 Tuesday
'. { Sunday school service will Saturday. Oct 10-( : 9 a.m,-1.30 I: Real.11""nIIIY even In.. ..
::& school I 11 I a.m. Nursery
!f. begn at '10-45: : Win on NVoodxmia p.m" Kummage Sale, Parish Hall

.M.. I superintendent. pworth league TRINITY XX. Sunday CXI: t II I: rrO'Uotl.W'dllc..y, Testimonial Call Auahttua '''',",
} at n:30 n.m. The adult clan will 7JU: a.m.. Holy Communion: 9A.m. I meeting, tin be" diverted by t new attach:

., begin a Bible' survey course. Sunday .. family' Communion, (hurch: p.m. Room 282 mane Id any other number for
evening service at 7:30, School'; I II I am. Morning Prayer Heading. : rlegkrAve. which It i b M
Year round hour
nue: Monday
,. I Monday night 1 the FpworthUigue anJ! Sernvm.
fir Council and the IJ through Satunlay. I 10 am. to 3 pm.
Senior TuewluyOct : 7am 11111 ly"ommunliwi .
l *:tit i. AIIS ):M runnr?
? Wi Ifagut ofliorn will meet for planning : Intention! "lor the (hristian Science radio program, t_._._ _' ..._.,..
e .. '1 h. liible Speak la "00" may Iv err f qaTY JI lai. /nl aTwr '
; sessHHt at the church cones. eneral Convention Now In 5r .
it + r I Nrta Ins aTt, resin
Tucsdjy! night at 715: the aiM;' I pm? All Saint' OuiUImeeting he heard over WSMJ, !Knurl 1430 a rl/nuo a

,C# J I men'a evangelistic. team sViH meet hostesses. ; Mr. C. llou*, kc, at 1:11: p m, Morvhiv. t"' rxrAwaTlr nr f
Torte for (let 12; "You Can, I t'ynY.
{ at the church. I nJ MM. W. J. 1l'J'h"I". IIY&\'U .
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THE STUART (Fla) NEVA'S Thursday, October 8, 19(4 I
MEDIUM QUICK FROZEN

SHRIMP ... 79c -

I JENSEN BEACH NEWS ; : PEELED, DEVEINED 11.FROZEN ;: FREEZER POULTRY SALEj

MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7.17Msav.aresssam. '--' SHRIMP ltt $189CAP7 I .
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....____...__.. STOCK UP YOUR FREEZER- Well nil & wrap your poultry purchase for your freezer at no extra cost
; {JOHN'S FROZEN FRIED '
Fashion Show Set Garden Club PlansSeason's You can enjoy delicious plump, lop-quality poultry on a slim budget when.you buy your birds al A&P!
FISH STICKS For all our tender chicken, ducks' and turkeys are as meaty as can be and marked with price that make
Activity A&P a perfect paradise for poultry fanciers. Come pick your favorites from our flock of floe Values!

For October 13 The Jensen Beach: Garden Club 31 PRgk ; $100 GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNG 10 TO14-Lb. AVERAGETURKEYS
ti is
will commence activities for the
The first outstanding social affair y64-65\ season with the tint executive -
of the season will be held at board meeting to be heldat
the Port St. Lucic Country Club I 130; p.m. ixt Oct 14 at the lb. 39CGRADE
Tuesday, Oct. 13, when the Jensen home of Mrs. Leroy Hcppe on
Beach Woman's Association Roberta Avenue. Officers of the
will sponsor a luncheon, card party club arc: president, Mrs. Calvin
and fashion show. Wilber, first! vice president, Mrs.J. -A" QUICK FROZEN
Fall and winter fashions! will be N. Bragan; second vice president
presented and will include dresses Mrs. Charles Munch, third 4to5Lb.
wits, coati and fun. vice president, Mrs. Jack. Koman; DUCKS Ib.
Luncheon will be served at recording secretary, Mrt. Charles Average 3 9c
noon, and tickets may be obtain Wheeler, corresponding secretary,
ed by calling Mr*. Marie Miller at Mrs Jack Kuhn; treasurer! Mrs.
AT 7-4943. Fred Peterkin; chaplains, Mrs.
There will be individual table Sydney lowrie and Mrs. Charles 50 EXTRA k e e GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN BAKING
prizes for winners at cards and Richardson. ,
numerous attractive door prize Committee chairmen arc Mrs. PLAID STAMPS"NO 4 to 6 Lb.Average. ii
will be given to ladies holding the Barbara lerson, birds; Mrs Jack ; 7 H EN S *U. 39c
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lucky tickets Best, book shelf, Mrs. William COUPON NECESSARY"r '"
LEGION AUXILIARYMEE11NC Welt' Cluistniat! lighting; Mrs Elmer With PurehoM M/ Eck .( th. F.llowlnc .
DtfWilt. cordage; Mrs. John Betty Crocker Mb '., /
Roman monthly arrangements! ; CIIOC CIIIP COOKIES Pkg. 45C Grade "A Frozen Cornish Freezer Cut and Wrapped Bill's & Mary's Frozen Seasoned
Mrs
Basil Vincent, civic and beautification
The American Legion Auxiliarymet Cra ker's
Betty
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Monday evening, Sept 28 in ; Mrs. Frank Rauwald, SUGAR COOKIES ... 4 )C i GAME HENS BEEF RIB Turkey Roast
its newly decorated meeting room. conservation! ; Mrs. J. N. Bragan! .1. I I
A short business! meeting wa garden therapy, Mrs. Rollin Key- Betty Crocker 20Oz. k'N sow 18 to 20-oz. 24 1O 30-Lb. 59 2 1b. $169
47 C 59c
held at which time several j important old, horticulture; Mrs. Charles FUDGE BROWNIES Pkg. Average Each Average LB. ..
issues Munch: hostesses! Mrs. Leroy Hep-
was announced were discussed.It that a Central pe, membership;Mrs.; George Som- I r r .' _"'_._._.._.-._.-_"' _"1
Area Conference will be heldat mers, monthly sales; Mrs. Arnold J'
I Lakeland, Oct. 18. The president /- i Taube, parliamentarian, Mrs. Au- I PIAIDSTAMPS Special "SUPER-RIGHT" CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
Mrs. Emma Snyder, askedall gust friedrichs, program; Mrs. f/JfJJJI
members to attend. Fred Peterkin, publicity; Mrs. Jack '
Mrs. Louise Rauwald, member Kuhn. radio; Mrs. Fredrick Diehl I ,
ship chairman, requested that all and Mrs. Alex Lund, registration; With Thll Coupon mud Purohm HJ RIB ROAST r'M';
dues be given to her as soon as Mrs. Carl Houg remembrance; GILLETTE STAINLESS STEEL [*1 Ib.79c
possible.At Mrs. Fred Peterkin, scrap book; I tRAZOR Pkg. QQ M!
the close of the meeting Mrs. Charles Zajic, trees; execu : BLADES of 6 O JC KJ
were played with, tive board, ways and means; Mrs.
games prizesgoing I Good thru "t* Oil. 10 Ml I*. 10-IO-U Ht
to the following: Mrs. Emma Chntsian Kalb, Mrs. Charles t
Snyder, Mrs. Audrey Foley, Wheeler and Mrs. Fred Petcrkin, LUnC1l--:--------_- ._.""'i--.: Special! NO SPECIAL ORDER NECESSARY-HERSHEY'S
Mrs. Marie Lucas, Mrs. Louise year book. i-mtDh
Rauwald, Mrs. Dorothy Grimm, r.iiiii:
Mrs. Lorraine Middle Jon and Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH lb.

sa Delia Lechner. The Thrift Shop on Commercial PLAID -i:i SUGAR 10 99c
*
4 The Post members
the Legion ladies for refreshments Joined Street, opened for the season SO351 STAMPS S bag
on Oct. 1, and had a successful!
served by Mrs. Helga SpetzGAYS weekend. It will be open Thurs wash ni Coupon and Purchase el ECi I
RETURN FROM day, Friday and Saturday. The y OUR OWN 5.1 J
INSTANT 3->/. / !
EXTENDED 'JRI, manager, Mrs. Jack Miner, reminds lEA Us7C mM ANN PAGE, Yellow, Chocolate or While ANN P\GE-1UP QUALIfY DAMSON CAMPBELLS CREAM OF VEGETABLE or
us that they cannot: Jar ."' !

of Mr.the Melaleuca and Mrs. Cottages Charles ,L.returned Gay bedding law prohibits for sale because the sale the of accept Florida used I. Good thru S.... 0... 10 Ml* IO-IO-M "1 Cake I Mix... .......... 4'C9.' Plum Preserves .2.1.b.,Jar 45c Veg. Soup. ...... 7 "IT $100 l

through recently the from mountains an extended of North trip bedding.welcome.All other Items are most lUnlrura.: ...:H j SPECIAL! IIELLMAVS ANN PAGE, SMOOTH or KRUNCHY Campbells Chicken with Rice or Chicken

the Carolina guests and of Virginia.Mr and They Mrs. E.were J. The Junior Choir met Wednes- .r.y..rr.- Mayonnaise ... ... Jam': 53c Peanut Butter 12-0.1, 33C Noodle Soup". 6"r$100

Curtis of Charlotte. N. C, and day, 30, its
Sept to
begin practice -
SPECIAL! JANE PARKER Ali P QUICK FROZEN SPECIAL! A&P LONGHORN STYLE
while in that vicinity they did some The following officers were

sightseeing and Boone, around N. C. Blowing Rock elected Smith,: vice president president Helen, I Lou Ann Kay f! 25dkt& Glazed Donuts .. ':12 39c Potato Morsels .... pk :l9c Cheddar Cheese LB.53c

The Gays luter visited Mr. and Dailcy; treasurer: Terry Pcnick; With IU. Cra.M *>4 "vnkM .1 JANE PARKKH.: IRLSII: DAILY SAIL BRAND LAUNDRY Special! ANN PAGE ELBOW SPAGHETTI orElbowMarcaroni21i37c
Mrs. James Mayberry at their secretary, Jackie Penick, and mu- ANN PAGE: "' '.
home in Mt. Airy N. C, and sic co-ordmutor, David Tweedy. ITALIAN Plnl yl Cherry Pie "IT 39c DetergentASB 49c
t
} spenta Bot.'tlKra c ... ... ..... ..
week with them at their CUttaaeClayhm Dues of 10 cents per; week were DRESSING I
8t Lake, Va. assessed! toward the purchaaa: of "". d ( S.I.. 0.i, 10 MI. I0-ie-e4 ,
l While in the vicinity of Mt. choir robes The choir will ,
service .. I /
the visited Old Salem, singing for one Sunday .. ,
Airy days "
soon. ---------- : ., i
of where ----------------------------
a part Wlnston-Salcm .
the town is engaged in the P c. *
projectof HOLD SEWING SESSIONThe f SPECIAL a ASSEMBLE (
I restoring sonic of the old homes. .. *
One, which Mr. and Mrs. Guy Red Cross sewing session fJJJI PLAIDSTAMPS .. .. JANE PARKER ITrYOURSELF Special! \g>
I visited, was the Vocgelcr home, held at the American Legion Hall 25 tl;' ANGEL \ VLBS CIsRS Jane Parker
in which the entire furnishings on Thursday, Oct 1, was attend.
were of the Seventeenth Century. ed by the following ladies: Mrs. With Ttllt COUMH: .nJ r.......... .! New Twentieth Century ao 11IS ACK-Sl'G.\R'
The original ownet of the home Dorothy Kalb, Mrs. Ann Dun- ANN PAGE CAR!.1C OR ,,. FOOD OATMEAL MOLASSES vhdy
was a clock maker and silversmith, forth Mrs. Nellie Jackson Mrs: ONION 3' DICTIONARY
who carried on hit trade in his Dorothy Mercer, Mrs Nellie (jil.Ii. SALT .o.r'19c or FUDGE
home; The tools of his trade are ., Mrs. Minnie Taylor, Mrs. Reno ... CAKE
j
G 4 tar. Oft 10 M. IOIOMA&l' (
on display.En Lane, Mrs. Evelyn Volght, Mrs only COOKIES
route home the Gay stopped Della Jackson and Miss Peggy J 29C 16' 69
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in Eau Gallic I U> visit I the Dean.Mrs. 2 to
Charles D. Gay family who had Clara Vaught, who It In 4 ga 1 C VOLUME 10 NOW I' h 3 22oz, $100ON
returned home Sept 21 after a charge of this group, has announced Pk
lengthy assignment in St. Louis, that there will be no meeting Is SLEI
until Oct 29. \\1i
PERSONAL: '.

Mr and Mrs. Robert t. Oar- CARD PARTY FRESH SEAFOOD

rison! of Fort Lauderdale, and A dessert card party wa held
their daughter, Betsy, a teacherat by the Jensen Beach$ Women's
Cocoa: Beach, spent the weekend Association at its clubhouse, on leadquartcrs M
here a* guest of the Charles Monday, Sept 28, with Mrs. Bertha -
Gays of Melaleuca Cottages Seawall as chairman She wa In Stuart I Y
s"istcd by Mrs. Hazel Heritage, IIOMESIEID 666 DEHYDRATED I.Lt'J1 ii;
Mrs. Gladys Sutliff of M laleuca -
Cottages, left Monday fora Mn. Fdna Hulabaur and Mrs SHRUBS FERTILIZER MANURE ,
Inez Kilmer
: .
few days visit with friends In I I
Sixty Ilidiea1'0 and
Beach. present! Q v
Palm
West door prize winners: were Mrs. $398 RAG $1 09 BAc $179
Mr. and Mrs Leroy llepne of Genevieve Hcasley! of Rio, and :
Roberta Avenue, have; had as Mrs, Edna Anderson of Coconut TIDEDETERGENT
house guest for the past! two Road
weeks, their daughter and soninlaw -
( J Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Di The Christian Education Com '
Sario. of Wlllingboro, N. J., and lee meeting will be hekj Tours-. ALL-PURPOSE JONATHANAPPLES
their granddaughter, Mrs. LloydG. day, Oct II, at 8 pm. at the
Williams Jr., and her daughters : church. Mrs W B. Tilton, Sun.
Liza and Linda, of Springfield day school superintendent" asks
t Va. all Sunday school teachers to at 4lb.: 39C
tend" Lnr e 33

The Church Aid Circle will have The n1iJ.w worship service !)kg. =
session
a sewing Tuesday Oct.: will
13, 10 a.m. to 2 pm. at t the resume beginning Thursday,
church: : to sew for the coming I Oct 8 at 7 pees FANCY SNO\VIIITE, LARGECAULIFLOWERea.19C
annual fair. All are Invited. Bring The second Sunday worship Giant 79c
a' sandwich; a t beverage will be .service will be resumed, beginning
furnished Oct\: 18 at It a.m. Pkfi.


Where this emblem displayed, you are .. .Kinrf.j29;

assured of f the finest insurance service .

In the land. .
buyer Cow LVAPORAIU MILK

Pkklt hid 1 lUmbmrBrrSI 3'45c 6 64)*. 45e| Save Only PMfStampt 1\1&1\1'8 CANDIES

ICI:)D DILL PICKLES 22-O. 33 C C "I ; :..Gst Fiat Gifts fader IG4S-O.. Pig.

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S'urthrrtt lUthroons J11VSUE Ikcaf Instant 5-<> Open 8:30 AM. to 6:30 IMXI. I.Lb. c- 14k. Gas
W. B. TILTON ..... .. 4Rolhllmncyt 39c (''On'l: ... ... Jar 99c
thru Thursday
Monday
Family MM tt-Uk 'lIcnlwy'a Iwlasat 2-Lki 31c 39c
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Illinois Tourist NextIn FlowThe y 41 e i: n r dl v Ken Hodge Marionettes to Be


Florida Dov opmeM CMi- I
mission s annual tourist study My
of the 14,208279 person' who At Parker School October 16
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN visited Florida in 1963. the ma
... VMIT Fmttu DrtakWE jority came from twenty-eight

SUVK LUNCH Male ranging from the high in Epmlon Zeta Chapter. Beta Sigma the most! difficult to produceWith quial friends will also make theirar.r.n
STUART DRUG CORP. of New 71.York 040 each and from Illinois Kansas to a and low S Phi will present The Ken the 'Hodge l great vocal range at thn time
l\ Marionettes and their deft
: Hodfe on Mane at manipulations I of
K Ud S
FWkr DM AT T ISM Maine. f ken and Vera hedge. entered
the their beautiful
Julian 1) Parker
THE KCXAU. stoat Elementary marionettei you
lf' the marionette field twelve
I New York and Illinois each years
School Cafctoriunt Friday' Oct will relive this exciting fairy tale
provided about 1.200.000 tourists I I6, in The Gallant: Tailor, There from the time he sets out to capture ago and were soon producing their
and Michigan was next with 994,. I will he two performance, at 4 two wicked giants, with onlya own shows The Hodge repertoirenow
consists of thirteen produc-
ANNOUNCINGREOPENING : ; and 7 p.ni. piece of chase: until the time
580.The
lions The entire production of
14,200.000 estimate\ of tour. "The Gallant Tailor is the he won half a kingdom' and the "
1 I he Gallant Tailor" waa handmade
hit l entering Florida last! yeur was story of a poor tailor who attain hand of a beautiful prlne_. by the HoJgce .
,MTRELAINE KENNELS a new record for the stale In ed his goal igmnsl great odd! It At the conclusion of the marl- ,
.
lota R. Modey, Mgr. 1945, the commission estimated! is a colorful and exciting play, i onuui' show the Hodges will present will predict "I he C illuit Tailor
i total of 2500000. especially adapted for effective K 'is appealing* p irentsss
various
a novelty marionettes '
Boarding Week ,
p Day the! chiklr:n\ lo s ut I hr 'tma ,
In 1963, the winter months production by these! one third life I \\oody Echo Rulus tioofus and ,
| Month fys SilO, hand-carved marionettes The so be o u t 11 ne id oh, yea,
showed fewer tourists than did the l and of i Sweet Sue," Mr. (lodge'* vcntnlo- bring Ih' el li 'on 'I' _
I i background costumes are __
Obedience Tnlnb months. The
| | summer state got a the Twelfth Century. :
;if i Crooning million visitors each month dur The !story is one of the greatest I II We are now in our larger '
February and March, tales of all I Iho
,5401 S. Federal HighwayPott ing January I fairy times many
PIerce Phone 464-3378 compared with 1,500,000 in June, changes of scenery and! the numerous NliW QUAKTIiIlSIn
July and August characters nuke it one of the l>rhi>a Building" i
"-- --- Suite 9, nest tu the elevator ,
"

,>n nr y+ ?. Big Republican MERCHANTSCREDIT "


JOHNS FUNERAL HOME Vote Predicted I BUREAU .N J]

loridiiuis will cast the largest .
MAR' I IN COUMVS HIDING: CRHMI( BURKAU":
Republican vote in the state'shistory
Mt in the Nov election.lhn 300 lOIORUX AVK: DMION( lUIXi.), SIUART
Founded 1916 I is the prediction; of Mori Abovt Smart inkle' Shop
da GOP Chairman Tom Faufield
Drown who foresees a record-break*
ing florida\ vole for all Republican PELICAN LANDSCAPEAND
Experienced and nominees' from tho courthouseto
personnel
; the \\hit, (Mount
Pot ENTLtL QUARTERBACKS for Stuart Junior High School Jaguars are left to right, Jim Drag- 'This prediction is based! on NURSERYSpecalll
d! facilities to accommodate scth Jeff Bruncr and Dun Jones, front whom Coach Jim Navitsky will make his choice for the results of the rl'\.ocinct-bY-I'mlmt:
Jaguars in the current season canvas* we are making throughout ti inLANDSCAPING
.. ,
[ families of all faiths ------ ------- - --- the Mate on a dour to-vluor
basis to bring out every potentialvoter
! for Senator Barry GoUwatrr -
College Career Night AttendedBy for fresklcnl and for all our fw-a. y
; 244 I loriila Republican nominees,"
Drown. si idith DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
"\\ this canvas we are finding .

! -1 II. !PI 200 at Senior High School is so when(hat w our, may Republican concentrate strength our Maintenance Supervisionalso

= efforts In those areas to get out
About 200 Martin County Senior Mrs Marie. Huening, guidance Visiting representatives were the vote for all our Republican / -
1- JOhns" High students! and their parents counselor' in charge of tho program from: Jacksonville University University nominees" Wide Selection Plants
R. C. Johns & Ronald I I. attended! the CollegeCareerNight defined! the .students and of Florida, Mercer University A of
fewer in Macon. Ga Florida' Slate More than per cent of all
at the schools on Sept. 28 parents an being "slightly ;
LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS when representatives of twenty number than last year, but very University Judwn College, MarKHI. farms In the United Stales have Loop Road, Palm City Dial 2871918Ife \
seven institutes of higher educa sincere" Ala; I kinds Southern College electricity. __
1012 IMMANTOWN ROAD bps and five branches of the Three conference periods were lorida I'reshytermn College,
Armed Services gave them a held, and refreshments were served University of Tampa, Stetson University i
STUART FLORIDA AT 7.3434 University of Florida,
of future in the mall during intermission I
glimpse a possible
Weskyan College. Macon. CM,
Three Leaders to Hurry College!. Miami; Indian River .
Junior College. Florida ('ollegc.1cnite .
Region Six Meet !; Terrace; Pain Beach Jun.
SEAWALL REPAIRS & SEALING Of Girl Scouts bur College Business l University of : I
Tampa, Jones Business College/ ,
STOP LAWN SINKING Mrs. Josephine Gallagher execuiive Jacksonville" ; Massey! liusiness College
director, Mrs. Roy Rood Massey ethnical Institute. r
first vice president and Mrs Belle llet Business ollegc. Char-
Hydraulic cement grout pumped below footing on interior side of Charles Toth, second vice president ron XVilliams Commercial College,
wall guarantees this. will represent the Palm I Mimi!; Wal-h Sch x>l. Miami,. Jack
Glades Girl Scout (Council including son Manorial School,J of Nursing F 4
Fully Licensed and Insured -. ; .f', Martm County at a JUtum 6 flood.College! of Medical I 'Tethh6ld ,
M" > :"l1:1AAF.: Air force Academy !
AtC meeting at Asheville, NT CT on | 'I'
GUARANTEED
WORK
Oct 69.The Coast Guard Academy, USN, 4,
For Free Estimates Call conference gives area leaden NROTC the Army Tampa Technical
of Girl Scouting opportunityto Institute and Pfeiffer College,
share ideas and experienceswith MI -nhclnltr, N C'
"GUNITE" RENTALS INC. representatives I of other areas -
Stressed will he achievements i since
..
lI 1'1.
MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE PALM BEACH September. 1963. when the new
Girl Scout handbooks were re'
688-(>>81 941-2127 832-8920 leased and a new program for RIO NEWS TAKE
four age levels put into effect

AIRS. C. B. IIEASLEYCorrwpoadMt


JtcHi's most tai/eed-afiout AT 7-08J7 A



new cars Rio Civic Club

... .- -...._..- .
,
The Rio Civic flub held a bu.l- WISE
ness meeting Ihurtday evening,
I Oct I was presided over by
..,,. ,. s&ssis&b*. ;,lnt:
; 'Rr' tRIMf11, A short memorial service was
7y"'g held for Mrs\ L Barthel., a member STEP- .
who recently pas**.! away.
The club which; .has "been In-
t<<...ttt in securing a piano I is pleased .
.! with the gift of MM from the
sueS Crews Nursery kindergarten
lite' next meeting will' he a potluck /
'/ Chsvre4f tmpaln Sport Srdet supper at 6 p..... Thursday,
Nov. S with Mrs H Spencer ashostes
*. It alit include' the annual

'(JS tJIevrolet Impala k."t/lJl'l PI.R1o.Ntl.of 'officers,


It's'6j'.big-gwt,most beautiful chanre.There'utrikg ride with a new Full Coil suspension system. Fact (la, Mrs 'r O Corrody of Kuhm
log new styling- New length, width and lowness A if you overlook just one thing you can easily convince Avenue, i Itt spending vacation
roomier new Body by Fisher housing an Interior yourself you're onto a big expensive car here in',KafaniaAio Mrs. Ihomas MicK' with a sister
F.
that's a knockout And a more serene Jet-emooth M-t7Titt\jriM\ And that ttuojj.U its Chevrolet price. Hughes.
tot,. and Mrs. lack Shumcr spent
a short lass in Miami M guests
of Uwrcnec.. Boysen. brot er-rn-
Ty .law of Mr. ShonicrLdafd ,
.,. ONE OF THE MOST!
,; Nrvue of Unihurst,
III is at the here of bt mother, IMPORTANTdecisions
Mr* MwifJ: lUrntU, on account
... of IN death. of his stepfather Ed- you will ever: make will
l 'ward, ......neu. 0
be ashen and where to begin;( lour 41

Srrlol.s.y.., Savings Account. For the pro.

-t tection of jour family future DIVIDEND' HUH:
PI" ANNUM
New Cn&COTM Sliest Cent I.t 9 VOTE FOR don't wait too long _


'65 Corvair Coraa SMOK BEAR Visit us SOOtl41& -



r I rI There's never been anything like it from either aid And a higher powered range of engines-with'vp lo tMOMfr p m i If;D

of the Atlantic. There's new thin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available in the top-of.Uw-Une Corsaa.How hSS .
for an closed model' More length and width. RM sporty can a ear gett Your dealer's got the sw

.more entrance and shoulder room in an models JKyjjfif. Conrair thafD show you. w. s I IvM

.... {"_I".'."."". I."'U-fkerr.l'''''11..,,,,, ,"....I I.r..A ,:,..."._,...,"....".. wR LoS. 1 South Colorado Avenue
ft'.I1f9 r+ca! P vvwtp

w "U .REPRESENTATJY ETw Open Dally 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A-

i Evenings S .lo 8
Friday p.m. p.m.

BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANY A kurs.g .Ire kt sir .n,1 J CXO5UJ lULRDtYSTUART:

:f 'ot: luPddi ah.-Moon 'LOUDSJf 1 (}zoit4t1 d ((:;/IOetat

COLOKAOO AVENUE" STUATT DIAL ATbsub .JUS XLanytn d sad Ca iUa--.reappr
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2-( THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, October ft, 1964 SATURDAY SUNDAY-Continued -

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16.12 }I._ 1 barhrlor F.th. 1 I.K 1 Florid. ,.... lit-ll' ....H.I.'* Nary
T100--4 DM tk Vollo D.M ,.10-4 1..1 B_... It Miami 1'_. CanfoneiM Ino-_.* airhard. Bras Show
liMtMIno I. 11 Tk. FhnLoL41.... It M1.30i I II NHNUtlfo, a* Gold Ca Tka Trvoon .w
1 (Cooaor') BppyI: I II. .._ .... lei j
Th. Honorntoonor $100+1 p.ir, M..OIOtt. \ f.U lnr Panda ( .)
I 12 WI'B J.. ,... T Stop B.yaa4 inch rl I dam. 01 ohs Woo film. 4 Lao.ia icoiwil .004 Pottri-oat lunation.
,.III- IS P..IIH, Pirate 11.11 00.ua NoN II know Your moi.t $- BUI 1..* Show 7 Tw Tw Twin ; :
1130-1 CBS MooortoI ,31. Lr. Ylldon iDO--4) BUr and tha Starr t Florid. Pore Porto Plae : ; .
I. Too Vln...... (Color. ) 10." My TIt_ "_ II .l.rd.p' Hop 1* ...... It I* Beaver IO.CIO-4 Th. Onatar and tka r
11.11 AdrauiwM et U.... M< '.00-, PwwordIwll II Am**.*. BluidnUndi30 II Nlabtat..u' ..... Bold COM 11.11 The PnltU ,, .. 01'"? : It. ;...." './If .
Harriots B./slid/ -4 Wllri ..00-.... "..T.tIoU.1I .i3 -.4 H.iier, or Biiko. II N... 5d wait I54srp (Color. 11 New Rambert prepare to cut: the ribbon at the
Potty Dak *.hi. 1.4>-n Fl.rhouMfV It-It W.. Train
> on New
10.11 I'lao. IIlie-II Wealker. Sport
.iSO- -4 B.*.rl> HlllbJUIe M1 Hp.S r. a -, Momania W apart a:W-4 t.4 ViilbvM oko, -1 i't-4 Movie. '.Kaotaraa"lilO agency on U. S. 1 recently Taking

1(1( .U thlntftctoo 10100.-4 Th. Dot......* 3101I--4 Bnrfriila' *. 1 Munlf ont 110.....".. -S-T Tonlirkt with J kn*> Cooke Rambert and Henry Holland
'4 Dl.k. Von T>,ko Show fc> oter ThoaU t War s.d. slur ..IO-a TIle \>k.l 19 Maria. "Tke HOT* laws >t ::' : Weigcl
c 7 Mov(.. Ye* How Th.y R..,," !; Well I Pawall Oo''"' T Hill f'.... .l.hl-
10-11 M fetor II JlmmrUoan10JO 11"0 .lot f.wlly ...11 ........... I/110--1/ "
.i:.o4 Cora William Show -|a H. Plo..... liDO4 Bold, JointS ,., Arens.. IrtS: -II :rtii.:: ... ------- -

10.00TUA 4 Dmnr Kara Show H New tuponaSl'lt11 T Cloud Plnnwr T Th..""* 4r: S-U MoveWEDNESDAY frivolity I met him at the door, and
1I..n lOO U
I Doll
ill. W.sth.N' Spore -- Llrliif -
,., EIo.... Hour II N... .CIO-4 Rifleman .., eons.lo I muttered :'to Hell with bridge'
1D6k Powall Tb..** J- ***othof. apart. S ='.I.o. -Il Mnvla. "Too MI..... Worker"l30 I
much horror of hostess
the
to
14 / Show
II 11 guiuat Strip OCT. 14 my
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"i?- l 11.00- .3.7.10 ".... W..t").... Spat i "..> Tko Unr.Hhfu: It lh.mplun.Ma Uawllne -4 Candid Conor I and her guests.
11 _...-Bill .hed" 11|3<-4 Tanlfht wild. Johnny Cr. 40./-4 U.nlefk .., T'. ..... Mor. I
IliZS4 Movk. Tho PIor..r."R (Co.l", nIt S IranirrrinilnT 10 M.vla.. My Draam .. Y......" lnf about I Thus ends my 'tale along with
11.---.-' Tonliht' with Johnn.taraon Malo. More8100d It Marieleua (.... .. Monday naant "
'social and I
Color) 1.01-11 Nltktwauk4iOS Mr No...k '-.4 Whit Mr tlMtIhoo ..11-4 IIg...... .....lor .. I I. my acceptance
10 M< vl.. "Tb. V.rdlet"w' -It Marl 10.11 World at soon* ll TIM Illitrntnra' In Tranilntlnn" I called for must confess that I laughed my
11 Starlight Tkoatra It JO-I TBA -4-S-T-ll Now*. WaMktr. Iporta ,00-1 Tmlar. Bhnw !
'U VSXr** Snob -FRIDAY--- f Utah. Rod t* DonnBvsl.e It Tb. llnuiuchahla .00-4 Movla.Harriot Cralc" evening's self to sleep that night.
JSt '
II N.w.
- OCT. e 11 IIS--4 Movlo, 'Tk* Man-Tin; Kind" Alter_. !
A method of .too -4 Nvw. Sport W..... S Mnvla" 'Bnoaro' (Same a. Monday ....pt) NEW NEW NEW
scaling
powdered .., :
NawatSO 10 Th.'Jntou.hobl.nItOOl1 ... ..
M.'st.tS.mi l 00 Tk* CI.
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toffee, protected: by an atmosphere -4 HiwallM Bra "' .*....._ M*. 1 lnUovU
( "O.rSrd.y ......LI I fractured rilckarirn .. i"Movlo.; .
of nitrogen anareosol 4.0 II Moro a 4il0- "The grin of
In' .til--4 funrlia. 'aamaatar, "Hui.l.n 1 I ... .tton. .l Show Tim Sitar'<
container hat been developed. Lltaratura in Tranilatlon" .. Mavla '1h. Kddl Dmhln 'tor," - I <>vUTuUa". <<

1.0-I. CrtI_tat CI__ It N.w.. Wwilhir end Hiiarw 1.-0 PkatoirapkrEvnkif. OPEN
.1-11 M.vl.. .,._. Kiluuitlad 'ap_... MONDAYOCT.
..00-4 Murk. 'Tha Parfaai M.rrlar." 7,00-1 11111 ".nII .
., the aol l OoMtTiXO It
1 Af...._ Nlnhllir.4 Jukla. ClnuoB Show IrOO: --4-1 N... Sport. Weather'
(!Rama!! u Monday Wrist> I.' Kllpwr MornlnlOO ; t N... s.d) Waathrr
IiOO-_!. ..... "Jna lllaekw.ll I 11 Oui.r !.I"I". 10 M.vla, "Tb.'ub Dick"tilO NUTMEG
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... 4-1 Oontln.nUI CbanMomila IS Cowimonttil
.. ,. -
i .00-5-7 M M 4.30-.. 4 Maria Tim With Win,." I .,,30-4 OIlIlK.... Mind.. -4 /npu .. H.mont, .R...... *-f kea Buat
1 Mo.'.. Tha A torn I. Kid'Ii40 0 Tha T...n Lllaratnr./ Tr.n.tallun", 10 =. W. LMr. fvarMII 7
....tor 8nial.. 1 ano-4 Callon ol tka AWl
10 Hnnhlaaarry, H an4 10-is.l.o: :: wen CoatlnantaJ Olu.no* Color t M-I N... ra
;( : : II tom.dr lima. I HuntVer.Brlnklor. Assert
11 .
600--4 Mr brosdwrrW
Vido.ronwn.ArNlu I '._1 4 Hp.nlh N.wa I* ...,.rfoo'
0141- M..... ..... I.u, Part B .ra" ...
N.w. la louUakI 11 Oberonne
CHRISTIAN 1.30-4 Bummer Plwkavw. aun.hlna Ai.....oo.1f 48 -4 Now.-Walter Oonkltwlt .
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SCIENCERADIO ..110-4.. M.... Spew Waatka. lOrtHI 10 -.Hollywood 4 UunimoHH Pnlua Varlet II''.. U. Ibis l).r Nwwo R..t..... annklaiTiOO .

SERIES: 1 N... Weath. I0i30' -10 Mavla, Tha Nl.ht .hI..." .,.0*-* U.llr Dally Word -4 Drub VtJIar' l>*y*
II Movie, "Th. Hdr D6.ppon" It TIt. D.milrt II Nawi, WNth.r1100d I Rlttlrlln
"HO-II toaimaatilo ... Papara rurkaaM T Th. Honormeonm I
i4 -10-11 U Tlml bus's
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RADIO STATION WSTU -_7 Baa. HantI 11.tOO-4. I, 1. .1. II Now ,., Today .._ II TIM North of Bridge Rd.
J N Waatkof, apse II Snob 10 Continental CI. ,..3CIII o>* *
EACH MONDAY l Blow.110S IliOa II >>.... 1-7 Tk. Vlr.'lnln :
7:13 It Topi In HanrUIlllo
PJVf. -
.. Huetl.yBrlnkiy Ropo" 4 Wraatlln P1314 N.waIII 11-11 (tail and Harriet 1
CkunplaniiblB
I* Tka CarauaaJII of lobe
JN..o.II I Illf- 4 Move "Uilim PsoUle"11110I II00Potty Duk. Heights
Chvyaiinai4 : : Movlalioc I"-II Psttp O..k. Show

_4 N.._W.lta. Cr.nktt4 -It Olhar"..,IJ"hl WarMiIliao Th, traII unptalp luxwaa .,30--4 ll.verly nlblll... !
RCA VICTOR"living ,., NowUaatlar, Srtkla7. .131 I* Wraatllnr how TYr .-, Today 10.11 Shindig. 1 HOBE SOUNDour
I* NawiIt lliKO-_ Mnvla ".W. Ulna lit D...." .il_II NNMSiBOIs ' Ra* Ooakra Now 1.00--1. D.n..a C..... Onnlaa p_ .., .....). Torpede"" Ku*"'
iO4 Tha M....,.'. lint It Nluht-nMh Ihow No. 1 Oti_0.' ads, Show. 10.11( Mlrk.r
OM........,.. Tha.tra, "Ulalrwuf II Rapart 5100-I, Car* Wllll.m Bhow
Color" TVPERFORMANCE to Ie....." 1 1 JO-* Ch.mplanihlp WrattllDfM .,_" P..., Campmnymo 10-11 Burka1. law
/ I 0 Mnvla, 'Abbot and. Co.t.llo) Go to.II ItOI1Movh Ia.-IO 50,5 W. -4 Soil. ".... Orant TnkasI IOICO-/). .Broadwir Tonlfht. hours
Mara" 'hmo td" 10-11"" Iturko. law

.Ti304, HIvhwlr Hawhlda' Pktral ':*aCnm.dy i, -. -. SUJJ4PAV t Mik:: Ue,60h1: ,' :ioii; 1100. qIB .a' LlRUrkMk It Dlok:. Powoll)' wbadn. Saturday u.mr to 9 p.m.

Hvarht. '.. OUiy II Tl HnnMt "trip
10-12 Junttf V...., OCT. II 0.30-4 ...... ((1t00-1.6.1.10 N... w..thrr" '
.00- 10-11 FVrm.r DaaKhtar I Amos and Andy 11 N.w.-0111 Phs5al\
..:.304 Th. Kntartalnari .rnlnCamadr II Marnlni' PlnrMoM0OO \Hill. -4 Hark, lonlvht W* .'
I.- Bok Hop. -4 Hanna.aytT 7.m
11-11 Adl.n.l, '.",11, 51/0-II Tlma.U M.ka Room far Daddy |,j"o-i-T Tanlrht will., Joknnr c. *-*
'tOO- .ae... Valvntln. I>ar '. ->ll New Mid WaatkatTiOO II H.., of Urauik. II Movla Tka l" of Cs,..
10-11 Tw.lva OCIo.li' 111,11T -4 Cartaon-a-vllla IOtb5N.._ I II Sr.Rand..II...* ThMrr.
Rmali Town u.H.A, 10'rm AlmwiMf 10.130-4 I Lava LoopS -
I 1..10a......r r-yla U.S.M.0. la ClrauaIt II... Orlffln (Ceolor')
11 .-, JPk llennr Marls Word for Word (Color) I
; 10-11 II v',.... Illitk I&10.4 .,........ 11.11 ,...... .h Rlcht Estate A\HM AIM
10:00Tb.: Bp.rt.r I Airlmiltur .." lIm.100-4 Anlr of M.,....,,"
PROVED- Pau. f CurtaoniIt a-I Concantration
tJr Ploh' ., ,he WooII (U.prt Tlma 10.11 Gal tha Moanm
10.10.-4 Portrait II tunrlM' TbaatraiOO 1 1.*-.d Len Tkat BuS Ocean SocietyJames
RCA VICTOR 10 Tha Uatartlvaa! .. ->4 Oaapal. r..orraa I "...pa.d. (Color/ II I DECEMBER 15
11 Ml:,liw. I'.trot I MavlaT 10.11 "I..... Link
I0i4 10 M.ka That Iparalltoo Bullwlnlk U100'-d N.waI "
offer a : = -.- haw*. *atko. parta I* Nln.I,' ;Tim. In Dlila guy When H. Rand 0 f
11 II N... I*-It Vnihor Know BootIlt30
ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon 11 ilS-4 'MO'''. ..II..... Wild......", .i30-f riraia Bop -4 boot for T_. Bahamas, ha. deeded his .
11 ISO ,., Tunlihl with ob.., Cana 10 Qaiixl 0....... I.1 Truth or C......_.. Color) front estate in St. Lucie ( I
all parts, including your color 10 Movla" "All rh* Yminc M.,," p 100-4 Thla. to U. Uaf 10." T.........* Kmlo. Pord Stuart the Florida
picture tube! I lOS-11 If IchtwattkVartatt4iOo Talanlva Ib,4a'-/ Uuld(.. Llkt. to new La'r \.
... I* Puss AmorlM*
-lt Mavla.. I II.II..U >Mown> ographic Society )
EXCLUSIVE SALES A SERVILEFRANK'S 11 Rlnkr LM
- - According to a transaction ,
trio-I Tha Hurad RaarlII Afternoon' / ,
SATURDAYocr Maria. recorded a portion of the '
TV 10MI. .,30-4 ,.Ith far TadvI I,too-4 Lava af Lite j
T". hrt.to.h.r.. S LlI. 00 Rllap. home and yacht basin property
f .. ruth to M...... ".h.. at.l. Abut To.." Krueger Creek and the St.
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and APPLIANCES II Hull Wiu" II N.w.
.ill--4 II........ Hamadar, 'Math *..4t IIMIMI H...rlOtOO Irti*-II Dobbs. DrakoItia River has been transferred by J4lGHTS
Ileadqarten for mallaa In .... tultura" -4 Lamp. tint. My FistS -I* lUrhauM. II Public Health Foundation for : j \
.iso--4 Corner Tinai4l Filth Par Tod., 1,15-4 NawaItJOr
J "Living Color" TV -10 A..ed JTaraa ami a..n vow.protaiUnt 4 Aa tka World Ton cer and Blood Pressure : I

72S Colorado Dial AT 7-34S6 .i.S-It.II Plows I. Worship. Hoar I I..,'. Miko a Daat to tho newly formed marine / I I
,tOO-4 Cutoonavlllat \ II VlMHirarr t Ctrl Talk
llaiiala. CoHMy 11._ Lash U. siid Ur II ft Muiu t atrip research group. '
T I'* (" ..n.II t Ward of Lira .41-1 Mo Mr Uuoatj..JMaawHkN The deed indicated a value Moon Hotel
Oirtam' CanlvatoTiOS I W.th' Mm. WlurdII 1,00.4 ..... S UJ)0)()(
-.It Cam.dr Tim. I Nib.) Tulk .f Lor.tt4 Young
Ti30-a ArTlaalUml. Mavartf II Pork Pla l SOS-lS.11 Ns.s Simultaneously the Ocea
".__4 C.... IMavla. 118,1-4, H_ Ps.S. .
It't.'u1...... 5 Ado m lId IC..I,." -, 'Mto graphic Society filed hi : Bg
It New T That I MurII .: II II.. Ii 0..... lion and bylaws at the :
215-t 0001. PyM.ls "..Iola Wonhlp. W.., ..._-t N...
lit main .
II rir.t. R.ptl.l ('Ita.akIliStt 14 U.. Howard and Wonwn'l Mowno purposes are to I
-4 Hall Jounwrt .,06.. To Tall t... Train laboratory! of marine ,science !
I...... An runnyI I-T A....... World
Almost/ Everyone Listens To M... for IbutI -_ 10-lt u...... Hoapltalla conduct biological research I
..,'-t ....tero ...,..... salAlso ., .d New maintain collections and !
WSTU tiollud .._4 Kill of Hlfhl.
RADIO STATION ..,. I.' Ton Don't fcr (Calartlall Iqu.rlums.Orfan. '
1 Tko "...... Marrlad are Stephen
11.001Ih1.I. T.mpla d,00 4 aaarat Sent
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. I lom lr N.tln.. I M.-.... U... president; Clifton S. Perry, ; CA
II Navy rilm.. o( tka Wood. f "Io .. iii..... Blob vice president and treasurer I.
II lurla nnd Kv.
la-ll t..t.. Oalork Club !
..- Itil-, II Plnvkauia. I II d 10- 4 Mavto. ".._...." William Todt secretary. :
I* Tarn .".
IliW .n. \ fttitiormant Bruner of the Martin County i

II MONDAT .... IATCHDATit II Mllw) .uk.a 8ra..a ....... .Tka KM) ." mission J is a director.; : 1 ;
NRWf bl'NAIT' -.. MOor AdanM" TiwUnuatntdiia

Has ITAru HFSV4)' : ) A NO WHATHRB rl.s.Il 011011\ "! -a N...
..*. LLAI'0OMNEil... : IEAYNAUM I-It Amorlm KowMtondaiOO
Nowo .r ry half loan -a Han H.nt
: Towr MlMloler at TiH: n-4I MWaTO I* Waodv Woodpotkat Historical
s "...... .< T.eo. *iMHinkaar 0 '1'1.. II .." Tkowa .
.... .....w aad lleapltal llaaa, MOVE > 4)-..I Tnfl Boar
MrooMa at 'MM a VSoBtkowNallaaal. I* AHO Saws 1Q

0 La.l Now *t IrOe .** HiMlt Rowe It .!II o.ky ruktne.and Hla Wootkor.PrUadaa.41 aportoaiia Available from

..-a rikin PmdCl. Per Persoa

MORDATr.. .ATI'IIDAT IMOATIIHM .. I Three first.hand accounts of I

.IDAf YOUR YY IMMKU .,OO-4-1 "'-.. W...... apart Seminole Wars in Florida I ( )
"... World ef Mal B0.U. rkwwk f ...... WantkorI I cItuWt 1
IMM World ** Mw t* :;:lit Hw.lletl, Hr (.erpt MNM Oti10 ...... II.*. Tan'ra In Tko Amp the nineteenth century have I'I ,
Mllal 04 So" I I
Boils Bwllolloi. Boor* jaM Nuld l Now1 reprinted' and released for sale ) ,
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.( Maori r ** .kM.otk II aporta -rtrailo I f .j
IwiSII New the University of Florida/
New ) ..
IDiM SSorM .l ...1. h/al::: \%/. rl4 .f..*.. 1115 Aaw. II Oo..rta11FN1 .. .. ( : -,
New 1'111IJYA1f' / N. t, W..t. apart "Notices of Florida and I : -cy
SY/5.r .J.
liM hlrR.nA !
W:'lt \\. *, Mwel* I IIHMl:: l .. BW..hs .,. '. Campaigns." written b M. .-..-- -. _:-.. I. .
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II MX Mew 12., ........ iii... 1_ ....., .._sh HI ratrolo.ta ( )
lliOS Worl4 at Meal ... -4 Wnlwaa Cohen I In 18'6."Th. .
U4tl C.way ..IS .!.. At*** SSHkMllrk $16.00 PER
It!** NwwwIltM :' : HM-4 Now.10..UyNr.k60. B.SSOI War" by John T. Sprague in .. : PERSON
IS.. Mia Cs. A<.. .MM N.waM
Start: *t Mwal 1 N_ wwhs and "The Exiles of Honda. GLES $45.50
4 1 .Yhy S.r.o1o JJuos :
NA ... ....
lire atteaal Near aw. ouhy ar..- ROtl t'w It ( ,
I:: Joshua R. in 1838.
II:raft Mania Oo Mow Ah.Nrsnow I ay N.w. 0.15-4 Claw-Wdw. ANS10161NowP.tta. Giddings $18.00 PER NITE
11 in. \New Ills M.nN 1221IoM Swwda/ --... ] .rthhq three of the semi of twelve ) :
laUU Ikr. M.r.w. a,0. N.w.YeININ I. Plows-N CAuw
lM Ah.N.N S\s1. 0.aa tr.h. ....... CHANNEL 1.0.-4 Ma, I IdS on Florida history which make includes:
SIN Now. Jimmy Str5Ala5d Show the Quadricentennial Editions ( )
IliM *la>k Mfci lent N.wS *
IIM N.w. flow 11.5 R.day 15..40. 'III." ... Tk* WorM la HI* AnM each
/ .. .- *kava 1a.: N.wo5a MASTER ftao--4 T* TD tile Trans the Press Florkliana Facsimile morning. Gour
Etas Nrd .... :: r.= S Wrwtnl C .
1 l3S Te. Too** lilt M 01. rtIO1S Reprint Series.
sill. 'I4M. N.... HM 9.... trdNI h,..* M Ik* 1.0.. > *f tk* dancing each nite. Trans.
pas RNd lkww Nervw M Vo. "Golden All three ho U deal with
... Uteek Mkt :
:5.05
5,0. *. : kll oiei NowoiM MM4 fir* DN wMPoti3v !
Af.rs.o.Ohow ferent Bay Airport to Hotel.
511 I on "... *Now ,New _riWeatkoe :: 4 Aodv Grimik aspects of the

1- W\/. Uo4aB4rM IwM1. ANd. fkowwarta Cross Fir I-IS N* Tw.. ,. ......... Wan. Cohen n a personal 1 Hotel to Montega Air
115 Bay
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.*. New HN p.M., .rOw4 Uwv Hk* '*
I" Ponds} of 'Indian
count Outrages:
.11' R.a' HkOWoa .... Qew.s0. WIIH.ololt ":
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Dl.las,00 N now ray ...... Jiuulllng a powerful Golden ....
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...... (of Moer Show o who into
..05N.w. now TM M0.0.y. Mw c>ON FIn b actually Uk. mow.lag o-l P.nww.d oo4 MM man escaped sUvtry of grounds 18 hole golf
:.:. p ISM --. ::: W ::> 11tH ,,..ral Dill' Ilan Cre krI than of the Stmlnolei ; ,

lsll 111_ ... 4b. fay PL.d" *.ttmlmfHI 'UI5 05 fat ray Lr\.r.p..,. MNO your TV Kt mile nearer the ..*." aiottoriPwepk. Sprague hook n a more Cocktail Party one
S-t Alt** Hltekaorli
World Tads !OI._ nation. You'11. dearer
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.45 Mry '- 1/. sharper lo.t1 cal account the w a
Cb.WI. P.4NN .150 N.wu IU* CwM covering
vas rr.r : CMYsum: R..d P\.. IN ..... pictures) oi\ all ctianoela.WilcoxHardyTV. 1"1101"-4 BrMdwa ,...* tUlka from beginning to end. bottle of Jamaican Rum as
.. TM El.. / i NlM ktewa. wild.
S'rtP'ea
-1Th- 1.10. If_ of Tennis Courts Beach and
books h
Other the
r.C"W.:: e.11..L. I.tbS .../s Was.Si11 .A".
11100 It.. M "
: := .... a.. Naw .d t lIr, lurttr'. Yb.dwO series include leaa Ribaut1.( facilities.
11- I 1010. alp Uf Itt.-.* JtlkMP. (:la.: ..*: tk.** Whore sad True Dncouerye
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Terra Florida. -* towtpkat
100- .. ..... (1563X
11,00 = := PboM AT 70242 ..... .. ..
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COMMITTEE!\ W FaFCUTW'E Opposes Transfer of SeveHMIIHfl Eighth Graders
JUEETS openly fought against permitting THE SIUART lihHIdel M Tkxaodrlg; [1rNber 8, 1964 3"C
The regular me hwMMe. gave vital testimony
months -----
of the melt ftl in the owe Saunderson had
Republican iepeiald
millel EJlea.rive eom; .w.l petitions from rea- MARINt: : PINK.SIONWIID \H\GK DEPARTMENT
will he oomlmunm
held Indiantown
room in tile Wants to Retain Juniors slat. of the area against the sill. \ CANNIWMarine AKRISTEI FOUR TEENS:''
at tHe First National
l Bank on of wine and beer at the rataurantu Private First 'law. Theo- A late evening beer party on

7:30: P''m All Thursday Oct. 8. at I A spot survey 'by time educa- in worker* in pre-harvesting, hrveMfctt It was stressed! that Ib; .team could I final. analysis it wovW .he Fifth and ('o\c Koiul"snunderson \' dare Pmkston, Jr.. son of Mr. and Jensen Causeway Sept 26 ....,ted
Committeemen and ton at WarfwM School. Iihiiui-. packing and canning, sad tasty use and uf t hail also! "hecn out.lIPOken Mrs theodore PinkMon of Hohe in the arrest of four teen-a..f., allrepoefsdly
,
women past school Crook and the
esem Board
I" of
are asked Public the
to be present town. WM conducted Sept 25 but these writers would have cWo (-I MvKment figures t I., the survtv instruction to decide,. the fuhwe County Commission against t license. at Sound. recently visited Cannes. .. students at Indian River -
chance are that the aka of tile Van ao to school TV team aim meetings France as a member of Marine Junior ..
not'' I thai in the I of WarfieM junior htyh 'ltlkWnf1l. Coikg They pealedhtomis
-- Battalion Team ,
r n survey will not he much dit.r.au The OMrts also nhowed trie- -- landing in the
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I from a turvty made thin past phone soiMcribcrs. .: now total 555 Tlll'RMH\ UF.tDI.INEON : : Mediterranean While in (':mnes 'I for appearance in County
For spring as ecNWtand to 266 in I960; pout Pittman BtUKU.t: PrKMIIS opportunities acre available' i to Cotirt
BeautyThat Loses Case for
The previous survey suggested oftoe 1 hMthoMers totaled 150 m A reminder was issiu-,1 bv State make a Im.-du\ lour it' Pans. j About! I\Cventy-five teen
I leverage: Director Richard three tlin -agen
: II. tivhinp the
trip n Iruuh
that the school 1960 MIl 750 today Bank of In-
system abandon ; Keating. that beverage Ucnscs. Alps. iml ilnlions were reported. at the party when
Beer in ">| the I r'l1d h
Warfit-Id dftmtowft I
5 t8
stood <
as a junior high school, depositors at License at SalernoState I .
with seventh and eighth grade students in 1960 and I 1.176 In 1964. all counties of Ftonilii .ire itelin Riviera iii.li iliu' th.' ,I"""11' ? i iCioltc It was raided by Alcoholic Bevcr-
quest after Oct I I. Jlllln. N
be Thomas Crook, ind I cr use Department
to lupcrimen.cnt.di'ICulI.'ICd agents.
transported to Stuart
I Willie Ross "Penalties tor failure
Pittman, who to
Alcoholic renew
Junior High school plans with the wanted Beverage Commit- ---- -- --
Parents civic, and business group He said! that he and Mrs. a beer and wine licence for a won for a license until all county may range as high>> as Sl is. depending -
7y groups rebelled and asked the Odom were not recommending Port Salerno rentaounl. but wa, coning, regulations were tint date on renewed the type of license and! the. HEARING AIDSroustlron
I Itl / i ', school board not to abide by the that Warfield be discontinued asa held up became of county toninureguJalions. In his decision Judge Trow Keating xplaim.il
survey As a result Mm Jeanette junior high school He said! it lost In Martin Circuit! bridge accepted me ruling advo- i' \
Odom school' hoard member, requested would be a considerable time before Court Sent)!. "H when Judae C: ahd by the county Three moanuremcnts .- GA STORAGE and Zenith
and got a re-survey there would he room for Pfeiffer trowhridgc ruled if( the 'I had /been made of the Senke on all make of Instrument
The three-man team on the the student at Stuart and probably I county distance" by professional" surveyors \VMtEI lOUSE I
I Y Friday survey were Perkins Mar- another regular survey five years Pittman look the case ta Circuit :I' Judge TrowbrKlge' ak noted! I II S ARP.NRTspt'(' 1 program by
i qucss. specialist in surveys. State from now will have been made before Court when the Planning and! Zon that the Oxiniy Commission and! Storage by the ArnustlcnnI
I
Department of Education; Pellon I the two grades could be moved ing Commission and ihe Martin the Planning and Zoning Commission I
i .- d Morns principal of Belle Glade to Stuart. County Commis/ "on ruled that the I had not ubined their discretion Day Week free I hearing KM In home or ofttreUtotrlb
\ I II High School and Jesse E. Mul- Later the survey team accepted route of 'u'ual' u.iv.l! between, In any way in their re-
I tins, principal of St. Lucie Junior the chant on growth hut held out the restaurant: and( I church w.n lection of the route advocated by Month Year ;tw* ., cords" mnl.N
I I High School. little hope that the figures couldbe 1 less than '::.(000)( h and would! be Pitiman.'. CountAttorney) Lean
Is You. While the team of educatorswas included m_the survey report in Violation of ?s'n: zoning reg' looker reported! ITCFD njRNTTURE: AAPPM uHearing Aid Center
.. making the survey, about 100 illationsPiitman. \NCFSAIA.
person attended a meeting at the aawaa, .,..........__ 'e psxs Tooker said County Conunis- COLDKN: C\TR 709 ,
I : Seminole Inn to discuss the ques : culJ> not n-nh' to the stoner Jack SjtmJirson, who hud ORANGE V\l NLF:: IORT PIERCE. 461-324'

Pelican tion.Paul Palm Lake
i- i iI Siefkcr had assembled fig
tares showing future growth in the SAVE JUMBO JACK COUPONS
Indiantown area as evidence the Park Newsby
I
Beauty Salon
: seventh and eighth grade students YOUR NUMBER CAN BE M
should remain, at \\urficlJ He later I '

I Etenlngi by Appointment ::1 team gave the charts to the survey Mrs Ph.F.287-5JAJ P. VINES I A WINNER ANYTIME f 0

Myrtice Clark Claire Senate The charts showed citrus acres
' J1S OSCEOLA AT 7-348 ,I planted but not yet in production 'III! I In'IC S
totaled :28000! acres \I.hlchl.0l11d ASSOCIA11ONMIHS I _
call for a conquerable! increase
-- -- : -a
-- -- / / T
Palm Lake Park Civic Association _
CALLING met in regular session on
Monday night, Sept 21 in the _
community room of the First Na 47 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD AT} 7-173Z

tional Bank. President Melton Es,. Qpa 1n, ky.Add Fed. T.i s-h.. A.pltraat..W. R..ry. Th. Riha T. I ..is l OM.1,11., V
conducted the meeting Mrs Arthur
LONG
DISTANCE ? I Llnk treasurer, read her report 1
In the absence of the secretary ISODETTES LOZENGES REG.89f ,3 i C
Mrs Raymond Milloo, Mrs _
Link also gave the secretary _

port A sunshine committee was MICRIN ORAL ANTISEPTIC R t I8# 66 0M
re-I
Help Yourself to pointed with Mn lake I
as chairman and! Mrs F r a
Gaines 1i i.Iinl&. AnyOne I 0P
I illness or deaths in' Ihe familyplease MODESS SANITARY NAPKINS REo. 1.73 .19
Better r
Service contact Mrs Gaines 2875JM -

I The next meeting will he Oct RAMh AIH PLASTIC STRIPS DISPENSER

residents 19 at the should FiN National attend Bunk IS business All- WITH 3S BANDAGES. -.. /1 E

I ,
of importance will he brought ( SAVE

up.CHIC ASMXItriON WHITE'S A & D OINTMENT REG.1is 99 I 4' I pU ANSI ALL YOUR YOUR T


LARD Palm Lake PARTY Park ladies held their LYSOL DISINFECTANT SPRAY 7-OZ. NUMBERS CAN E
REC,1,14
I first dessert card party WeJnes-
day at I pm in the community ANYTIMEI
room of the First National Bank REO. .m
ladies from Rio, Coral Gardens IRAN KING SIZE TOOTHPASTE 75. 53c sr
and Port Salerno were prrsient 1

.
I I Doer prizes were awarded to BOX OF .50 ii D
the following ludies. Mrs. Gerald WHITE OWL CIGARS CIGARS .33 1
DIAL Maiton !Mrs Margaret Kahn and
a Mrs Katherine Schumman. Table R
I prizes went to Mrs Charles Conrad
Mn Charles Zajic Mrs Ger. I II a
I aid Mdson. Mrs Margie Pine and! U
Mrs Htnry{ Spencer.

A lemon cake donated
was by i I G
I Mrs Shinier of Rio which was won

I I I aby The Mrs.' next Mine club Klein.party will be ALUMINUM FOLDINGROCKER '

Oct Matlpm 1 in the community I
room of Ihe first 1 National Bank t
S

GIRLS; CIMP ON ISLAND \, :

overnight Several' Palm camping Lake party girls, on had the an ,' : THIS WEEK'S' WINNING /NUMBERS T

island in the lake m Palm I take S
Park. fo,I I OWIN'', ASP THf n WIWWHO/ JUMJ( Jtrtt 1"00"1)
,
;. 1' 1 n oluminvm r' "MH'K t (via TNI! area ( WITH
eq1 Mr \ \ IOINNIMO iTOKI O'fNIfiIO
and Mrs. Harold Timmer. I 0R
: 'rea Af, OCT ;, l 1514. fHHOtlON irOKI CkOilNA
man supplied, the big tent and con furniture tvbe. I'' I "AI', OCT. .\ 'teal. 0E
The girls at camp were Mary- Cf..nJ, while' 557o
anne Nrwberry, ( .yle Cuthbert, w.othapiroof" rIRST '111 1 rJ'211".TII,. r.. /f...t. A1..te.. Clay' /II
Connie Timmerman end Susan wtbbing U.M.M. tleao Pn. La.in.to .

Timmcrman ONO rrU2f._p11111.,1da,, r.. f.. Ie H.. yat liy. w .
The girls especially enjoyed their 10.100 Pal., P i.I
then dial "breakfast __ .w.
,_ the which was cooked over THIAa' /AIIg.w" '
wCft/TtIMl/pan/AwMSIw..AMI/" ,
t area code of the an .open campftre. They ended up I rl4. a I .100 NI.s. ,..",IAMM..
their adventure with FREE GIFT
an early morning GENUINE
'r city you're calling dip in the lake I rn'' niPRI7,,,: (...,,.cetdl4E.L.unhR.di.IAMINMd, ,
if different I DESITINBABY .'' ..
from yours nRftO"t: U. : SMITHFIELD v. 'Ir /Alt/.N., ...td/10N.p' P. Pv.tl.I.l.u.iq, M. a I
Mr and Mrs t Lawrence Corn- I G 21,000 ru 1'1
stock have gone to Union City, IO N

Pa.. to1\t their children and y N POWDER BARBEQUE :n...II'lfTI4'IIrr... M. ,: 'la.17. .'lY1N1NIRITf... ....". .J,910MTN..h_/ ,.,,MItp1ri ,.._
grandchildren will lw .
They visit Pt
Man.
> I.
fn .
+rt..a Mr Comstock, mother i WHEN YOU BUY 2.'OZ. j 'I5,00t I. .11,010 .., ..., ,000 Iii.. ..,....

SIZE DESITIN OINTMENT, SANDWICH ON BUN ArStP14Ne4" 'A4''"4 GfttH',1
Mr and Mrs. Ivan Johannes AHIll lutlrl' A'ft..a ttoraa
of Potnf Pleasant, N. J.. have moved Wh.r1 .a',AW" GSas/ AUft. o,4re,4 aen4" MIN,4 ue4r" Ilt4.'JUO"..
to Palm take Park, 544 ""1JOt'/ eAON HfS11. AH/Irl/ Pe14r
,
I Nfv.elwi111 "n'v.at ,t1440la.. CSIII1n Ntaate UIIUf. GNe.O..a ..'.
Jt Mr and Mrs' I. B. J-echner had 1 29 d.lidwe 39 is,?','I nwsp tuia,0, 1'CN./l/, 1'1151 'Ota4 G""f' M
their l : :: true a44ue
as guests last W IW'Ida"1 I Ievening. Fr.ncb Fries sirsHt4a r r Sun:: : :
Mr and Mrs. Anthony t jt.t J'' osuI instil Mriitio
: : :
Y41 ,, : ; A
Foley of HihiKuis, park and Mr, upw s / ..,. JaSwil (1,1a,4N/tr0/1: .:
and Mrs. Frank RauwaU. 41ae'A '1aIrMint"! '
j .i'. 4 jet' 1 I r1 '".)'?'
II ) R
Mrs. Paul Young of Mtrietu _.. Jail n,1
Ca. spent the week: visiting" her 'II -
I mother, Mrs Cetntie FjitUftJ.1 i T
her mocher-in4.w, Mrs Note'
Young, and other' relatives a
dial thenumber fnrndt. She returned home t s I

of the day t'1.I' st'Li
person you're Mr and Mrs Harold T N'C'
r calling- I mat) had a* their dinner 'WaqGLYCERIN IUIt1CMr
Mr. and Mrs Ralph High of; M
Li e Salerno./ teeL /

4if1 r Mr and Mrs Wither $. Brow
>" and .son. of Belle Glade. spent the. J vLANOLIN
.. w weekend .in their home hens in

j move Palm here Lake 100ft.t.fioaa Park. They hope to BRECK & REVLONANnlfrln8 CUTEX OILY SECRETCREAM

Yes. dial direct and get the
Violet Harmon of Jensen j 0kEPeBUC'A' i''
POLISHREMOVER
fastest service at the low station. each spent the' weekend with I SHAMPOO I ROSEWATER PLUS

to-station rate I For complete Dorothy. and Femfonfo.Mr Mrs .Ivan Johamen j Concentrate 'HAND CREAM LOTION Hair Spray DeoderMt

dialing information consult of tort PtaMant. N. I, have !1 I UN
moved to Palm. Lake Park. I UT
your telephone directory. Mr lAd Mrs. Larry Brown hag [I ffEC Rfo. 9'71 Kor". i 1WLR.,, RCO. N.y'N.T
::,0.
returned from then honeymoon !j I 100 69 JUUA b6 ,., RfG. 110 M Hnd.T. 67 29< SIZE 43<
M HcndertonvtUe. N. C. and bate' TUBE KAY 2.20 HoII_... vie !
Southern Bell mo-ed into their new bums in the I .
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.: W11r 1tU11 NrlU1 ERNEST LYONS' COLUMN '"" .



THURSDAY: OCTOBER 8, 1964 .. Spelling Can Be i wya


Pablsehai every Thursday at 111 Eat Ocean Boulevard, Two-edged BladeIn
.
"' Stuart.% Martin County Florida .; ,r.

,' ..Entered a* tjeeood-ciaftt mail ...... at post office at Stuart, Flora# '
-vines Fourth 'iJ >. :
Grade ,
MEMBER OF: :..1: : '
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ,d r' A "

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION TilE NATIONAL Secretaries Association ', f"f:
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS International, kindly let me make a little talk .

at their recent successful workshop ,
CORDON LOCKWOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor .

MY SUBJECT was spelling. Through a
,,MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida, $4,50 per year: two yean quirk of fate, 1 can spell The "quirk" was u

v$&,:0, (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) first grade teacher in another slate who struck s t r ,.w'' "
t'(, ; Anywhere else In U.s.A., S5.00 per year, t two yells $9.50, me on my first" day in school. Real hard. as
> *' Six months $2.7j., three months SI.75.Foreign .

and Canadian rates
application
on NOT THAT I did not deserve it. I argued

with authority; authority hit back. She hauled

off and boxed my cart and I went head over
heels down the front steps.
A Word of TruthNew .

AS I PICKED myself up looked at that
that the Warren Commission has preme Court has been so soft. Its membersare teacher and that school, 1 was filled with k"..
unctuously done its appointed task and the traitors. They owe their allegiance to the pure, undiluted hate I shook with rage. I ., '
have had their field day in republishing Kremlin. Their citizenship should be revokedand _.. .; .." __ ..
newspapers" decided never to go to school again. Next" --- aa = wNORK --- --- -
what all of us knew already, it they should he deported immediately to
morning, when it was time to resume my Road where the widening begins The .
mile from
ON WIDENING of the Martin Grade These! Loop IIn.provemenl
is time that someone spoke a word of truth. Medical Association News reported formal education I informed that progresses
,
r my parents tiles will become a culvert under the road about a quarter of a opens up a vast new citrus area.
President Kennedy was not assassinated Ivory-towered politico! and egghead liberals 1 had resigned from the halls of higher learn -- -- - -- -- --- -- .-- -- ---,
because '0( any "failure" of the FBI the to the contrary plain simple patriotism is in,. -
jV; Secret Service the Dallas police or the press. not-outdated. or old-fashioned. It is more ip-
That is "hindsight blaming". urgently needed today than it was at Valley proached by other chapters on
THEY EXPLAINED patiently that school Letters to the Editor how a small chapter such as ours
He was murdered by a traitor to the United Forge To be a real American, and to help was a cross that every child must bear. "Not can participate in so many things.

States, and the one good thing which the Warren America survive its present awesome crisis, me," 1 said. They sent me to school. I went ., You are the Ontt-you and
Commission might have done-which it you must love your country dearly enough to down by the docks and fished for crabs. They --------- -------- all the other backers of our association

did not do-would have been to have pointedout he ready to offer your life in its defense.! Nations took me to school. I went in the front door PROltIS: BLOWING: Stuart? one for the rights of others.As Ernest Lyons, as editor ot
to us and to the world that the toleranceof stand or fall, are strong or weak only and walked out the back door OF TRAIN IIORNS And where would I find myself for me, I cannot hope to our paper and a very good speaker
traitors, turncoats and Communists in our through the selfless dedication of their citizens. Editor Stuart News: if I make a right turn at U. S. 1 land profit from anything as a resultof will be remembered by each
free society can lead not only to the assassination Like it or not, your life is on the line this Colorado Avenue and decide my etforts, but I do have a purpose and every one of the some 150
minute. FINALLY my parents noticed that I was The offensive, blatant and unnecessary to follow No. 76 East I.e., I bought land and builta secretaries, whose hearts you have
of more heads of slate but also ti> the not bringing home any report cards and blowing of horns by Am I right in assuming! that home overlooking the Indian won. You were so very right when
eventual destruction of our country as we Patriotism is a personal matter, today more engineers driving the East! Coast River. I have investment I am
questioned me about it. "Oh report cards, the: state has designated these! few an you said spelling can lead to suc
know it than ever before. Those who would destroy I said. "I don't think they give report cards Railway trains along AIA from blocks within the city limits as anxious to protect. Just about the cess Again, thank, you for the
It is a precious privilege to be a patriotic this country have their missiles aimed at you. for not going to school." I was argued with, U. S. 1 to Bridge Street in Hobo Routes 707 and 7ft East and then time that I received the "anony fine coverage.
citizen of the United Stales'of America-and They plot to blow up your town, your home, I was punished I was pleaded with but I held Sound should be curtailed. It is terminated them ..lour infamous mous threat" 1 had occasion to Sincerely,
anyone who is not a patriotic citizen of the you and your kids At the minimum, the rock-hard to decision. obvious the railway company has East-West Ocean Boulevard- make a delivery: in the Tequestaarea Barbara Ann Lindscy,
U.S.A. should be made to give up the false intent is to kill thirty million of us; ut the my no standard directive ana no sensible If Not th-S 0 u t h Colorado Avenue- for a local tradesman. It was President,
in this
maximum all of procedure regard. Flagler Avenue-Old Dixie Highway a hot, humid day, and as 1 made
Stuart
claim Traitors not Ameri- us. Chapter, NSA
to citizenship. are
"WHAT TO DO about Ernest t7" became so, there would not he such wide (State Road AIA) F.E.C. my several deliveries to some of
cans. They have no "rights" as American Our survival-your survival-is not a play the subject of daily discussions 1 solved that deviation. Several of these! engineers Railroad corner (and I use that the fabulous homes on the edgeof Dear NSA Members:

They should not be in America. game. When the young president lay bullet- with an edition of Webster's Dictionary. Dictionaries are over-zealus to the point word loosely) just to test our I.Q.? the Loxahatchee River, the We were all proud of you for
Die Warren Commission missed the boat ridden, that was for real. When our helicopter did not box kids' ears. of fanaticism! Confused! Motorist. odors coming from the river were the fine program, the excellent
in not pointing out that the growing sufferance pilots art machined-gunned in the jungles of Between U. S. I and Bridge P.S.: If were a visitor 1'd get terrible. Here were homes from turn-out and professional manner
of treason Is a flaw that can be fatal. The little South Viet Nam or a captured aviator is Street there ate two unguarded, out fast, but I live here) $20,000:! ( to 100000.) built along in which the affair was handled.
punk. Oswald, was a traitor to this wonder paraded with a rope around his neck by the SO MISTER WEBSTER became my bumpy crossings! both, of whichare side of an open sewer. I asked -The Editor
ful land In which he was born. He tried to Viet Cong they aren't debating the right to teacher. He taught me to read, to spell and to used very little during the day Dear Confused Motorist: one of the employee at one of the
sell himself to the Soviet Union and whetherhe argue political theories. Cuban refugees, pronounce. Hit wonderful illustrations, from and hardly at all during the night. We have brought this to the house, about the sanitary setup. TOM SI RUM LIKES:
the Aardvark to Zibet introduced me to the The only crossing of traffic importance attention of the City Street Department He told me that they did have 10 GET THE NEWS
The machine-gunned on high seas or dying
is still moot
question.
did or not a of thirst In frail boats, remind us of animal kingdom and I could spell just about is Bridge Street and there !, the County Road Department septic tanks but eventually everything UP IN VIRGINIADear
fact is that our State Department open
important word phonetically we have safety gates. In spite of the State Road Department ended up into the river. So
any
allowed him to come back to the United' what would be in store for millions If the conditions, of these from then Editor:
existing some and the United States Bureauof my argument on was,
States, instead of stripping him of citizenshipand traitors to the U.S.A. had their way, men seem to take delight lute Roads and they are working why bother. If people with that Just a few lines to let you knowwe
leaving him in Russia when he applied' "Treiion' is intolerable. A traitor killed: the WHEN OUR FAMILY moved to Stuart, at night, after passing under the on it. kind of money choose to live that enjoy your' full coverage on
for Soviet citizenship. president. That Is what the Warren Commission around about 1914, I was nine going on ten. bridge at U. S. 1 to begin swinging However, as a resident of longstanding way why should I try to put a The t News in Stuart Martin County

Anybody who doe not want to be .a should have staid They somehow convinced me that schools on their horns. With brilliant our advice to you, is not stop to it. So, that being the case! We read: editorial
United Slates citizen should be let out-quick! This nation, ringed about by enemies plot were different here, and I agreed to give it headlights, one blast on the hornor to try to get out of town. The real why should I try to help those in from top to your bottom page week
The Korean Conflict turncoats should ting the real-not fancied-destruction: of ill a try. By a stroke of luck, I was automatically two at most should be suffi reason for our growth is that, my own neighborhood, who have and especially enjoy every E.L.'s col.

have been left to rot in Red' China instead human beings, its cities, its very way of life, placed in the fourth grade because of mylIJrCit cient to alert any motorist. If not, once here, it is almost! impossibleto less.Many umn I especially enjoyed hi i s
that is not entitled to adriver's times I have read some
would have been somewhat embarrass'ing person find ouLThe
of being repatriated. Was there ever a more must face up to the fact that it Is the sheerest your way of column on the "Little Green Man."
wonderful
license! nature articles
Editor, your
stomach-turning spectacle than the impudent folly to continue to condone internal sub to have started In the first. and nowhere have I found evi 1 have shown several people The
these
It is practice by "
gull of those traitors......It is spelled "t-r-a-I- version by traitors posing as American citizens common horn dence that animals or birds live Stuart News here in Roanoke and
sound the
seven -
t-o-r-s" In case you are unfamiliar with the and enjoying all the privileges which that term BACK IN THOSE days spelling bees were engineers, eight and to nine times prior to ENJOYED: EDITORIAL in such conditions they say it's a real nice paper and
the high point of tho elementary curriculum ON I'OLLU'IIONEditor covers more different news stor-
word-demanding their'back pay from the So Hurricane "Ursula"docs
conveys. 'ittaching+ Saturn Avenue, one of yo u t. is
OTarTa ?
Army They were not "Mixed-up Kids" but Those are not toy hydrogen: bombs which and a terrible'rivalry'W4/ 'gdlntfdrt"beWetnthe : the unguarded streets. As they are siuartJews! : more damage than Cleo or have.'read the t br'dpape"real They
plain traitors Their citizenship should have our enemies have aimed at us. They are the fourth grade and the fifth grade Mist passing Saturn Avenue they con I cannot begin to tell you how Dora I agree interested estate ads and
een revoked at the Instant they chose to leave result of treason. Traitors to America-posing! Penelope Geiger taught the fourth grade and tinue to>> blast on the horn, albeit much I enjoyed your editorial of A few weeks ago you published course are !very I them in Stuart. Ot
helped '
their comrades and join the Reds. They should falsely as Americans while their allegiance her sister, Miss Eula Geiger, taught! the fifth. the next crossing is Bridge Street, Sept." I 17 on "Ugliness and Pollu a letter from Mr. Ryan of Philadelphia. sell them on Stuart along and Martin tryingto

have been told: "You are now Red Chinese, was to Communism-supplied the secrets to which is equipped with i safety tion. Pa. I have had the pleasure County. Several have said they
Russia. MISS PENELOPE loved Miss Eula very, gules. In Ihe dead of the night a If you will refer to your files, of knowing Mr. Ran and of
longer Americans are coming down to for themselves
no see
but she would have given one week one of these' men blew you will find that I wrote to you having played golf with him and
very dearly, ago about
The beatnik boys and girls, financed by Be proud to be a patriot. Patriots are the the possibilities of buy
his full and as he passed! on Oct. 20, 1961, almost three everything he said in that letter
who Is financed Krushchev, who Americans of the and the of her big brown eyes to beat her in the quota ing there
Castro by only worthy name
Saturn Avenue, he held on the Years ago on the subject of pollution was true. I feel sure however, that
fly to Prague and Mexico City to reach priceless privileges that go with it. At a time spelling! match. There were some smart sound continuously for eight full and on Oct. 28, 1961, you Mr. Ryan will not come back.I The Stuart News is a wonderful .
Havana, and are allowed' to return to preach when patrotic citizens are being smeared, and cookies In the fifth and It seemed hopelessuntil seconds. did answer that letter I could go on a lot more on paper, so keep up the good
Communism should have their citizenship re the term "super-patriot" Is used as a word of I came along. In fact Miss Penelope hadbeen this immoderate I am glad that the "seed' I this subject of pollution but I do work and help Martin County
voked. They are traitors They who like opprobrium, we offer this reminder: thinking of withdrawing her team.I In use my of opinion horns constitutes, a public planted In my letter of Oct. 20 is not wish to exhaust your patience grow I'm all for it.

Castro so well should bo forced to stay In There Is no left or right about it, there is nuisance. It i la injurious to our finally starting to grow and may Anonymous A past employe,
his Cuban hell If they want to be Cuban no black or whit about It, It is treason to I WILL NEVER forget how she patted me health and interferes with the eventually bloom. Jensen' Beach Tom Strum,
Communists" pals of an arch-foe of the betray the military secrets of your country, on the back or the smell of that sweet pcr- comfortable enjoyment of life and I laid off my fight against pol Roanoke. Va.

U.S.A. who plotted along with Krushchevthe It I is treason t to plot the assassination of a junta when she bent down and whispered: property should be stopped lution when it became apparent HE AGREES: WITH 0001'ES
atomic destruction of all of us-then let president. It is treason' to spit on your nation "I'm counting on you, Ernie". We all lined forthwith.: ant I realize however, it that the people living here effort did not OUTRAGED CITIZEN' )

them be, but don't allow them to return to and your flag !It i i. treason! to give aid and up on both sides of the room, fourth graderson would be useless to complain to stop seem' it.to Certain appreciate individuals an owning to Editor Stuart News: There is within each hit

this country and to pose as Americans. comfort to the enemies of your country one side, fifth graders on tho other, with the railroad company attitude"in view of extensive' property and businessesin I agree with "Outraged Citizen" own cast of characters-person an ascetic.

Any person plotting the destruction of the And we might add: a nation which con- Principal Joe Youngblood acting at umpire. their "high-handed Mayor O'Laughlin at my area were exceptionally aggressive who, in The Stuart News for Sept. and perhaps a glutton a prig a

U.S.A. and its domination by Soviet Communism dones, tolerates and coddles treason Is asking of expressed Fort Pierce.by This help end a when I happened to touch 17, suggested that parents be mode frightened child even an onlooker
is a traitor. This applies to the Communist for more of the tame. That is the grim, in I SPELLED them all down, every single nuisance. may upon their territory. to pay for erasing the "Seniors sometimes a Renaissanceman !
Party U.S.A. toward which the Su escapable truth. one, and I still remember that the last word Letters were written by me to 64' signs. / The great works of the the
was onomatopoeia -easy at pie if you learn Lester F. Sonntag, Governor Farm Bryant, who was As a means of preventing future ater are decompositions of such
it phonetically Miss Penelope kissed me and Hobe Sound interested enough to answer me pranks, I suggest that school officials a cast! the rendering into external
I had a crush on her for a year. Mister You All- and also to appear at a hearingof tell each graduating class drama of the internal one, I the
A Stinging Report blood appointed me the reporter for the ONCE: iiiRf.: irs the I. I I., Fund. I In fact he did, that any such rowdyism will cause conversion of( the internal cast! into
fourth and fifth grades and I can prove it HARD 10 GET!: OUT at that time, order Mr. Kidd to the withholding of every diploma dramatis personae,Jerome S.
investigate further, which wit until the culprits are caught and BrunerSo
with in the old Stuart Times of Editor Stuart News:
by-line
II my .
How to Avoid Science done, and the "land grab" was punished.!
: Mosquito; fifty years ago.HOWEVER*, You no doubt expect a compli stalled, much to the disappointment In other words, if such a thing long as there is any subject
ment or a complaint so this should of certain individuals as you happens again no one will be which man may not freely discuss'
: Is Rushing to Rescue Victims there was more to it than be a refreshing change it's nei will see later. graduated until someone pays for they are timid upon all subjects
that There were a number of boys and girls ther. I merely would like information Now you might ask me why the damages. They wear an iron crown and talk
In the fourth grade who had been hoping that if you' cart supply it. 1 didn't continue to>> fight. Yours truly, in whipen.-John! Jay Chapman
Capitol Hints (Madison: ",..) (So the answer to being monquito-free is read .
the spelling bees would be dropped entirely. Can you or any of your 'picture' i isn't First Rex Henshaw
I Human volunteers for duty at the mosquito- to sing soft melodies in the shower. That's They would line me up against the wall of en tell me where Route 707 leadsto ofT all-I came to Flora at a When a fellow says, "Well to
testing factory have provided some interesting logical. Who ever heard of a mosquito! attack the school during recess and a big boy would from Colorado Avenue onward retiree in I960, not to fight or to NSA THANKS US make a long story short.if a too
information about the summertime diva ing anybody taking, a "shower? Probably the say: "Pretty good speller, huh Betcha can't (Naturally, I mean the big new get mixed up in local politics.Second. FOR COVERAGE: late.-Don Heroid
bombers. 8Hih( ) volunteer who hasn't been heard from skunk." "S-k-u-n-k. that SKUNK," ween ff'\' n or pointing to theleft I am not a wealthy man .
spell spells \
for several weeks.) S. ) hut I can live and pay my bills.Third Editor Stuart News: Yesterday somebody died for
Tests of 799 persons (the HOOth volunteer I would shout and get punched" In the nO'le.Or .
Or can anyone) tell me how a when I was threatened witha Having completed a successful honor. Today somebody goes hungry
disappeared at the midpoint of the experiments. \ maybe it would be "yankee" or some other visitor trying to find his way to suit. I crawled into a hole day at ourf workshop held Sept. because he is resolved to be
.) in 16 Canadian cities indicate that COURT !SK.KS: : ITSKLF AS bad word like that, and I would gel trippedand At I A. after driving the length of Fourth. I have been called a 26, the Stuart Chapter of the Na free: forthright and true And.!
S mosquitoes prefer dark, energetic, and active GREAT 'MK'IAL KHORMIR': : have my (ace pushed in the sand. U. S. I from" the frozen North, "crank, the guy that writes let- tional Secretaries Association (In still we are pawing In the muckof
people wearing dark clothing and a distinctive is supposed to know that if he en to the newspapers." Fifth, I ternational is indeed indebted to materialism and moaning over
cologne or after-shaving! lotion the American There has been: much criticism: Informed FINALLY Principal Youngblood lost hit turns where it says "707 Down admit I am a "crank" and I do the wonderful newspaper! cover. the inadequate proofs of the existence
whatever Red "paradise" they choose. and uninformed, of the present Supreme patience. H. called nt* into his office. "Ernie" town" that he will eventually come write letters to newspapers whenI age. It is co-operation such as this of God-William! L. Sulli
(If you match the above description, it is Court on the general grounds. that it bus been he said, "you are a pretty good speller, but to AIA at Colorado Avenue in I see disregard on the part of any- that makes the local chapter so van.

I advised that you don a blonde wig and light.J making law instead of interpreting and clarify. you are a'ao' a trouble-maker. I have heard --
J colored shorts and shirt relax and then stay ing law and so has n> some extent usurpedthe you start fights with the big boys by calling RACE RJOrS
I inactive-on a screened-in porch!) prerogatives of the legislative: branch them skunk yankee and such. Now here is Stop Scaring Us! ARE DEPLORED:

The test by an insect repellent manufacturer This I Is a delicate matter involving the some advice for you. The next boy I hear (Alma MklL. Record)
further showed that mosquitoes ignore whole division. of powers within the national calling another boy a bad name is going to "The
current riots of
I Florida AAA Motorist) mark became human nature recognizes the race gripping many
government. But it Is worth that "
noting .
j individuals who are light-tkinned, calm cool, some get a whaling
and bathe frequently.Car of the most thoughtful criticisms of the Court's It his become a regular practice for the need for improvement in someone else, not the larger cities throughout the country are

majority has been coming from one of its WELL that was quite a problem. I hardly motorist to 'be deluged with grim predictionsof with ourselves. causing immeasurable harm to everyone concerned

own members, the highly respected" Justice slept all that night thinking about it. But 1got slaughter on the nation's highways. We are told that VO percent of the motoring and to the nation as a whole .
sickness: The feeling you get when the Harlan In chI past year' he wrote twenty dissents the solution Next morning just before These fright campaigns are supposed to public consider themselves to be above While it may be much to ask if coolness: and

monthly payments are due.: -The Hawthorn and the year before that twenty-two. w* all filed in I jockeyed: a big boy to a .position make it clear that taking a holiday trip is average driven Thus when bkod-all4l-..,.. real leadership can: be accomplished in achieving
(Nev.) Rocket. In one of the recent ones he said, "These just under the principal's window "You obviously far more dangerous than a motor warnings give the impression of a reckless this objective of freedom and brotherhood
decision: give sunort. to a current mistaken an always picking on me." I whispered "but trip on am non Aoliday weekend. Few seem demon or a homicidal maniac, the "above we as a people and! a nation can gain a position
Chivalry: A man's inclination to defend a view of the Constitution and the constitutional that's because: you're jealous. You cant spell to question whether this it actually true. a'enp'driver simply cannot project himself in modem society unparalleled in the history
woman against every man but himself The function. This view, in a nutshell is thai every a thing. You couldn't even spell pig." Howcvi' simple arithmetic shows that into the picture. of the work" This b an objective wed worth

Danville (Va.) Commercial Appeal. major social ill in this country can find its terrifying predictions may well be grossly Faulitm. and other traffic accidents stem working foWWU.R !

...... cure: in some constitutional 'principle', and "I CAN, too" said the big boy "P-i-g. misleading Not only do !holiday weekends from different types of violations, althougheach
that this Court should take the bad' In promoting that I spells PIG!" seem to be as safe for driven at most other has its roots in htloDt o FARES MORE 1OLRLS1S:
reform when other branches fail to act. weekends .'t the but they are apparentlysafer
year Engineering road hazards out of exntence, (Tlucr Ma.
News
Tbi Stuart News will furnish photo prints )
"If the lime comet: when this Court islooked PRaNCI YOUNCBLOOD cam running than tome. non-holiday weekends, considering
enforcement aimed
of size up to S by 10 Incises: of any picture upon by well-meaning people-or, out. grabbed him by the collar: and the increase: of automobile on the enlightened- not revenue! and: education of at the prevention driver Recent tabulation show a record number

taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of S2.00 won yet' by the Court itself--as the repositoryof hauled him into the office. As w. filed into the highway. these are still the only effective mean of of foreign tourists are visiting the United, Sub
lot the first print and $1.00 for any additional all reforms I think the seeds of trouble are fourth grade room. I heard! the big boy protesting Consider! these figure Last )ear. 43.400 accidents. pie'venting in 1964. One reason for the influx it the
print Ordered from the same negative at the being sown for this institution" and Principal Youngblood: saying: persons M their live on the highway. Di- Mw York World's Fair but then are others.

tarn time; larger sizes by special quotation. This Is not a matter in which: there is anyplace "Don deny it; I beard you call little Ernie sided ty6\ this it. slightly more than 118 The biggest B probably lower fares of tramAtkntic -
Stuart Newt employees will not take photo.grapbe : for wild! charges, recriminations, or Unbridled a pig," followed by I'm sounds of a whaling every :24 -.ours. On a four-day weekend this After father's allowance/.. MOT* and before airbncr The airliners are earning
except for the newt and advertising zealotry. But Justice H.u1an-.rnon, amounts .473 fatalities, a grim. figure under social security begins, come middle age, dial record numbers! pa-t (mover. the Atlantic,
column of Tit Stuart Newt so many others--has erected a warning signal YOU KNOW something Mia Gcigcf," any cirri: stance, awkward time of life then you have to support proving those who. argued that lower 'area

--' If that must not be disregarded.' I said Tin beginning to like this school." l'syds.JgscalI' 'are campaigns mid the .tounclt--cb.ut&in. Tune would great uvrcu o4ume were. rijhL'



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Licb, son of Mr and *.. J '..*. .> ?, Rt..aMMNiNrk+ '<*> w" ..,,,nsaWacuaaJUPITER Hurricane Cleo Brought It On I THE STUART (Florida. ) NEWS
Mr. John Lwb. Peniuxk. Point, Women Plan I Thuixfe, October 8, 1964 5-C t ttau.
spent last weekend at hone NEWSMRS.

Mrs E. F. Yates, librarian at I Dec. BazaarThe Aluminum Construction Ban Failure to do to could result
Jupiter High School attended the ANNA MINEAR. Comspoodmt Pbooe 7464J in $200 fine or imprisonment!

:nwrttng; of f the Florida Associa- .-..- .....,..,..,. .,,' "s41 1.J'.r' .....Yan, .. ,w.'ataaMa.aapM board! i directors of IIIoe for ninety days I

Hon cf School Libraries and the; Jupiter Women Club held luac Any nonconforming.. demount
Honda Association of Audio-Via- Is Extended the able awning or aluminum structure -
uul Education at Miami Beach on Linda Sue McGrath eon at the hi ne of Mrs. Milly by CountyThe damaged excess of 50 percent

Neidhart on I aesday. State aed. shan not be allowed to II'tCOnatructed
Oct.
13. She also visited! her son
David, at University of Miami. local projects u* the coming year extension of a ten-Jay mot (2)) All installations are subject detached rigid canopy for anyone the except upon approval
I Crowned Miss Flame were uwcuksal Following luncheon atorium on aluminum construction to inspection" mobile home A master plan by county
William Calhoun the annual (12)) All trailers shall be tied
who has a workshop on in Martin County wan approved (O) The unit length of rip! mUll be presented and a final in- of
been the guest! of Roger Cocrs.PeMock card party and the December ba- by the Martin (001\1); awnings, canopy shutters, and speUion' performed by in engineer down! securely to the approval

Point Road!, for several! .. .-.. lIIarIS heldAttending Commission at a special steeling: & Canopies shall not exceed twentyfour at I cost ot not more than the building inspector.
The crowning of Miss Lutd Mrs. A W Biterfield. $100.
wore
J' Thursday.The
months has f t.
returned to his homein Sue McGrath as "Mi. Flume" for Mrs. 1 L A. Arnold, Mn. request to extend the nor << ((7) If no master plan n presented
A demonstration of foMu-
Columbus Ind. !!f.'t' 1964-65 marked the close of a L>man Austin! Mrs Louis. Bal- atorium was made by County En (4)) must bo !, under certain circumstances -f. dW
day of celebration opening Fire lash Mrs Dan: Bar Jen, Mrs. Shlr- ,inter Fred Bell who told! the bility performed. certificates: may be signedby ..! .: ''''
I 'L' Prevention Week in this area. Icy P. Floyd!, Mrs A. J, Gre* commissioners he would need a (5)) Detailed regulations governing a regmtered engineer.I / i'rVO""

_'''' Captain A. V. Baird of the Mrs lharles Ka>lis, Mrs Erie i : little more lime to complete the comtructtoji of awntoga, canopy ( ) Cabana rooms and screen t i'.' ,
Jupiter Volunteer Fire Dcpurt- Kriebcl Mr. !Robert Langdo. printing of the new regulations, usurers, and canopies rooms shall be no greater than ,t: "
I Ii metu, had charge of the day. Mrs Mover Lefkovstu Mrs. U. B. and the commission>n would! prob- ((6)) Only one cabana! room 01 twelve feet in total projection. c' Z--

t i events and! Introduced master of Mondm Mrv Idward: Pelll"JOn ably want to discuss the rcgulu- ((9) Rigid awnings, canopy shutters ::
ceremonies. Richard McCord. to and! Mrs Jack Robson. tions Oct 11
at a meeting on ,, and! canopies must bo folded! .
the large audience at the fire hal, The regulations ere inspired! by Finances of iljiiinst the aide of the mobile home <(.. .............
The judges! Dr. and! Mrs. Duane mobile homes damaged: in llum within one hour alter a hurricanewarning ; I _
Slenile of Stuart, and! DonaldSt. Jay Reed Named cane Ceo.Bell Libraries to it given by the U S. ""-
It's clear track ahead with the Onge of rlobe Sound, studied! ruout pholcwtatic cop- Weather Bureau Failure to do so
right Insurance: protecting jmi the eight contestants long and lei of the draft of the regulation) oan result in a $200 line or ninety
all the way. Make mire that all carefully before choosing Mia Band CaptainCaptain which enumerate twelve rules governing Be Studied days l In jail. \\baft the Wtnirdlilne

your valuable are completely Mc covered Insurance. thread as her runner-up. Jan La cabana< canopies, shutters,, shutters
by of
Burglary ot Marching Warrioi canopy must t be a typo
( need
and disinountublc enclos Does public library
Tour chosen Mrs screen your
was CongcniBluy Band for the l year will be lay more ntMw)* Dues it need more approved! by the county J building 7 !Lf

Other Reed and his first i lieutenant, Mark ures.Following is a brief list of the hooks A larger or more competent department. it .,.VK
contestants
were Cheryl Long, according! .o appointnic-n (111( ) All nonconforming, clenuuntablo .;
= Ue Alexander, Diane Garnicy, Care. regulations governing aluminumconstruction. staff lhe" c and other pertinent
made this week Bandmaster :: and aluminum
Evans!, Vicky Miller and Linda by Mobile home owners topics' on "I I ihrxry F'mttrwlulResources' awnings Q
Fentcrs. John Hupp should! obtain copies of the regulations : will be discussed: at a structures must t be demounted and _
The parade which opened the I Other officers:: include Sharon for more complete detuls meeting to bo hold! In \Vet Palm stored within the mobile horn or a '
days evenw displayed the fire Harrison secretary; and Kathy is soon at they become available llcach on Oct) ((2 at the public: library permanent\ building within t two I.OCCANBtvn.HlMRT.FU. i I
fighting equipment of Riviera Burkctt treasurer the library will ((1)I) A permit must be obtainedfor there The meeting will open hours alter a hurricane ....rninll.1 LAt 72300 |
be taken care of by Kathy Jones, all 1 aluminum ol at 10 o'clock and the 'taucd by the U,, S '
Beach and! Jupiter and the many' construction keynotespeech ___ __ --n __ _____
I floats were led by Jupiter's Marching Donna Robbins and Vicki Harri- fifty square feet or more. ( will be Ilv"Iby Mrs
1I>: DA SUE McCRATH Warriors. son. Susan! Stinger and Margaret (,ret hn Schenk: outstanding library OCTOBER 1964fl
The Cub Scouts won first prize Pease are in charge of wpo! +lies laudcr author and conuul-
HONOR: BVPIISV I'lOMrK:
with Steve Dunning. John Oillic. lant.
with their Smokey Bear float, The I <
101 II' Flame-Out" contestants. Steve Jones and Tom Ihurnu Mr. and Sera Charles Jacksonand The luncheon will provide an Our new "Monthly Review" features

would-hs! \ glamorous JayCees got taking care of band equipment. their son. Henry were recent opportunity' for informal diacussion. progress reports on four companies:
a laugh from the crowd!, but the Joyce lord! u the public relulwiolficcr guert at the home of Sirs Netli There is no program planned
Jaycee Wives in their Smoke; Young Clark on North River. ) Reservations Kir the luncheon :: AIR PRODUCTS
Bear head dresses got the ippluuse. Section leaders appointed! t by The Jackson came to Jupiter should) be sent to the Martin I : :
A dance at the American: I*- Mr. Hupp are Kathy Burkett, for the dedication i of the I irM County Public ibrary.. FORD MOTOR
lion Hall cloNed the festivities clarinets; Phjllis) Calvert. trun Southern Baptist Church on Tc- I '
pets; Jay Reed low brass; Kathy qucsla Drive, when Mrs. Young CIMBEL BROS.

ELEVEN: LADIES: ('()\IPLEl t: Jones, horns ; Eileen Brooke. gave the communion table for the Dove Hunting TEXTRONSimply
CIIRIVrUN IMXTIRIM.COURSE : flutes; Tout Thurman percussion; new church: : in memory of Mr
and Mark Long, sa\ophones. Jackson. mother, Mrs. Robert
Fifteen weeks of concentrate Jackson Season Is On ; : mail tbn coupon for your copy.
'
study marked the Confraternity of 'Elsie" Jackass one of the pioneer -

''f 3 Christian Doctrine course complete Award From A/A settlers on North River, wrotean Florida's dove hunters took to' I .............................................
of In t IV14.
ed last week at St. Judea Catholic early history Jupiter the field Saturday Oct. 3, when b Review
floss send ni ymir tKl r "Monthly featuring progress
,
iM teacher
Church. Instructors for the course To C Wintercorn A in dedicated the little Sunday Union school school the first phase of tho I IVo4 niigu- I repasts:! ;. on the above ovaipaniee.Name. : .
were Mrs. Peter Noonan and Mrs Sunday lory dove hunting season opened.: I
Charles VVintcrcorn ) the made a valiant effort to start
Confraternity Roland Rainville of, chairman Christian of Doctrine the- Club Drive, way one of five Country recip a Baptist. Church Jupiter in the Dove Is I allowed every day from I ....... ............... ..................... .......Sill
noon until sunset through Nov 8
I9os.::
of awards of
ems craftsmanship: early
Those for the East Coast t h Dtancry the year given by the Palm BeachCounty Her then unsuccessful effort. In Martin County Dove huntersare AJditM ........ ..........City. .. .....Sut.*..

HARD u were Mrs.completing Robert LaFollclie e course, Mrs. Chapter of the AmericanInstitute have been accomplished slay in twelve allowed with a a total daily possession. bag lima limit "f- ..............................................
Leonard Sojka Mrs. Donald Ma- of Architects., t The awards the form of three Baptist churches: ,
of twenty-four Hunters mustpossess HIRSCH & CO.
Lid Mrs. William Dwyer, Mrs were presented at a dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert of
valid I I licenses,
John Shanlcy, Mrs William Town House West Palm Bead. Vero Beach and Bland lute of hunting "" M...." H." ,.'. INakdeep..
10 ivuilahl from the county judge
Saturday evening, West Palm Beach th
joined e
Forbes Misses Darlene and Lou Shotguns must he plugged>> to three- 1011 Simlh Second! Street, Fort timeMWIDLNIS I
Ann HirUel Christina McCord Mr. \Vintcrcorn who is assocs. Charles Jacksons Ina pioneer reunion
and rifle
shell capacity are
,. Sharon Mabel, and Michael: Read- aced with Wilbur' Plumbing Con at Mrs. Clarke l house for taking migratory, "fords.rrOohlhlled OK SIUART CALL TOLLFREEsAi1.AN11C I

ling. puny Inc of Jupiter, won thhonor i (Duck : are. not required for 74100MVIN
KILLINSECTS : : stamps
; Mr. and! Mrs. James Hcrtihy
Catechism classes which began for construction of th !taking cloves, but will be requiredto
>v at the church on Saturday, Oct. 3. plumbing work at the new Marti are vacationing In Ballslon. Spa I lake ducks and geese when the OmCT.1 2S Broad Strttt, New York 4, N.Y. I
will be instructed by: Miss Jar County High School.: Jack Mul !M. Y.. where" they are the guests of waterfowl season .
La Tour, first grade; Mrs. Ramvillesccoitd. ray who was general supervisor heir ton and daughter-In-law. Mr. opens.There listen to daily market news and avenges

? :: !; Miss Darlene Hirt/xl, on the same rniilJtng.; won the and Mrs. Hugh ikrlihy. are JjOU.tNX) mentally 5:30-Station WIKA 14(10. on your dial s.
third; Mrs. Peter Alhuni. fourth,; supervisors award Mr. and! Mrs.. M. V. Parry of retarded children and adults. In

Mrs. Sojka fifth and! Mrs. La- Other winners were Oliver Stanford, were overnight guests at the U. S. and I28, u tti( Follette, sixth. A number of aide! Holmes, who received! top honor the home of Mrs. L. V. M incur, will be retarded, are "born each k.e.a Pins a.ea.. ... Iaw Ala ..M
and! substitutes! will insist in the for his installation of Interior: and! r Friday and Saturday pear
classes whuh are held Saturday! exterior decorative wotxrwork iNorthwood
CYOOM from \9 to It a.m. Methodist Church: ;
John Nora Sr, for masonry work
STOPS'EM( DISPLAY ciumi.msCIKLS at the Lakeside. Presbyterian

Church, Richard: McDonald for Only 17 cars
The Christmas Gift Shop Item reparation of millwork and decwalivc -

leafhoppers, aphids, leafminers on your tomatoes, potatoes were displayed at the meeting of woodwork at Northwooi (and thefreal/Fords)

watermelon? Maggots, leafminers, aphids on your the American legion Auxiliary, Methodist Church.
Unit 271, at the home of Mrs. Holmes will go to the slat
peppersAphids, leafhoppers,leafminers,mites, lygus bugson Harlow Rood County Line Road, meeting of Florida Association of offer all these

your green, lima or snap beans Not after you apply an Thursday evening Architects in Jacksonville in November
The gift shop items are displayed to the local
represent chap
economical low-rate dose of CYCON the insecticidethat exciting
for the veterans confined let in a state competition. ;

provides both Immediate contact control, and long- 10 the hospitals so they may choose The area of the local: compel!- r

lasting residual activity by acting systemically/ // from Inside lifts to send to their families. Mrs. lion covered Palm Beach St. luck new features
William Sauter gift shop chairman .
: Martin and! Indian River counics.
the plant. 'lrakmark and! Mrs. John Licb will add! i_..' '"' for 1965!
the items with funds donated ra iaww coo sro 4D.-ewes,.
. . . . . . . . . . . I o of Au.lIiary.
by other members the ;

: Use THIMET I : I. Officers Installed VINI have 17 i'l* Mds to tlt>N.* rron!
at planting time to systemically protect Mrs. Albert Wehaje chairman b* '60-!".. Itkling lusutknw L'I ll's Slidipimy
: potatoes from the ravages of leafminers, aphids, leafhoppers, : of the rehabilitation project. announced I Mrs Wilbur Oldham was' the &CPW XL's-ihe wkli.l srliitlmt InIlie

: flea beetle larvae and wireworms tomatoes from leifmmers. : that she is distributing Mailing officer at the Welcome popular, prUtil fnlilwith features

. . . . . . . . . . . materials to socks be made and Into other kitbags items Wager dinner reeling at Jupiter you won't find immlwr canal *ny prket t
lap robes Ranch: Monday evening w n e n New b.dy.h.re-'wp.aei.a .,.....
for the patient*. IhcM articles arc officers for 1V644S>> were InHall" .
See your Dealer today 10 be finished and shipped to the ed. / Readu; | he tirntiel|| HIKKMIIMI. coals
.
,
tvrr built And tM't*ltltil tlub all-
hospitals in Match i Mrs Erie: Kriebcl will he presl.dent -
Plains. were made for the Nov for this with Mn. Thcnns new reanabalyanUeseapcnal : year -
virtually teal out n he iral mud. slit*I,
5 I. meeting at the home of Mrs P. ""I1K"'U, vice president; t1
SYSTEMIC Roy S. Rood. Shelter Lane when I IMn. Irs.. James B. Taylor. secretary,. wu N.w--.II. traMnUl4Mit arc ill
John J. Adams Greenacre II and Mrs. J. f. Hodgkuwon, treas- VsM4-4nnMiilicr.| OKK wiMMmih; at
City. District 9 president will be urn, than the t speed auumullts vtirtnlun

he guest of honor. I Mrs. Kriehel has appointed the rouse cuniiciJng cars

INSECTICIDES allowing committee chairmen:: j New 940..i(.le Big" lit-Clm you$U was
Mrs. Richard A. Gladin spent I frs. Helen Hart Mrs John L.drmglon. 1,1 ilia. high ttUmiHttf.. Bigger ftc yliiuirt -
last week with her parents. Mr, Mrs. O. W. Voshartll" engine liwn In any ctwnpctlng tar,

and Mrs. Paul Pclo, of Highland I and Mrs.. Barney DuBois I .... l.fNpCa.vebleae. nmirol ,...1.1JI.
N. J.
E: crANA ass a as ::::I Park. Mrs. Helen Dil/ler of Fort Uudrdale -.wrwi.a sd r.ri1110 lt..uUMnalk dm* ...UliUh and l/ghu,
Mrs Wilbur Oldham of the director of the district f t- .. *>.,. T"il then fuel's .Irtw.dmxs
Jupiter Welcome Wagon and I IMn. tending from Vero Beach to HalirxUle. i are ajar ami trmind you that seas
AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY Patrick Ward of the Stuart I was the guest of honor at .belt. are itnfonicmxL
5180 PEACHT INDUSTRIAL BLVD. rta Welcome Wagon, were guestiu the meeting.HIRE New sari ht kcalG.nrinsrN.ee
CHAMBLEE, GEORGIA a luncheon at the horn 01 Mrs. 1 s f gar
\lea van .ia sues and klmls ofM
Helen Dueler of Fort Lauderdale
AND 1IIIJIK: luggage. Wwtretecor rime gin

Oft Monday Mrs. Dennis c. Lacy of Bal- .... .aaehaail" Iii/reee.e ..,,, tig' t tulttn, "/'/. '.

more, to 'the guest of her parU. N r::==..: ..""'.',._' : N.w deal facleg' rear Mass .U f.,dag
(* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Saneof \ .wr a.ses..ie sear ,_ _4 fled inclusive Ideal fur
Stuart for the wedding of her families "|) "' 10.Seats uU down. .
sorter. Hanstt Si j mi. Saturday. UMWM....NwvwtUifcyT..- a Si tie a .lea. ..bto runs space below de....
PUBLIC NOTICE Oct, J.Mrs..
New Mv.ni..... k.y-Wo l oa auiurhkh

Shirley f Floyd spent ..... A Para a .... -----! -- side I M up.
weekend with her iota Steven ..se r. / a M New J...ri..f >p,. <:lV .__ _
All persons regardless of age or income have a right to the following Floyd, who ia a senior al the tntffvty I aeenealed ns cannel'l, new "...p. bar k"

of it, of I lurida. Mrs. John Zt stud. .. seal. other Inirrluf ih...ncf'* nuke.
service and should take advantage let and Mrs. William|| Winter drove. these the meat. ctm>6,,ul"le forth e ".
to Cam *rille with Mr. 1-luyiL
New array ate' ertey r(IJktIIUinU.
Florida Health Agency representatives arc now culling on the Mrs Umiie Smith of Tucson. ::" lII'e04.- 1 f M4UHI duurwrvs ash trey, auto inlcrlne.,
low medical and lit. former first grade. teacherJup ; -. -- A ",oMtenience (ur alrhl drivinf.
residents of this area to provide the latest cost .
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at
r Ucmeotery School. saea
Take a tat Jr(..-'l he UM of new
health insurance plan available through the agency. II recent tfanoer ..... al the homer R e + cat:se cnwld .,un net..... TI.. bits!
r Mr. and M/s. E P YateaMss .
mull Is mmrthing you simply" have
II \ Smith" who hal ttacbg IsOte
been "-
( ;) sow.. fret au ub. (;uw* In tuun.TKtdrinTotallrfomian .
For complete information mail today. MetkM dwUrcn ta Tucsun, I .
Sal-
II I It now at the (Umvcrwty of l Iodl.
ann doing advanced work u a
reading specialMt. Other guttU xl65..MESrYEARYErTO[ GO FORD

.. .. AGE II ,
I ..t.OIUO..L11' ACE.NCYTJO. NAME. cell Mrs.Skinner and Weeks, ,r SMW lease.eaaYlI I aMN..r
toln. Eihct Joe UMSf.
I BOX 292 ADDRESS. ..._..... -...- I '
who
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now leaching at HoI *- WES ORDWAY MOTORS

LAKE: WORI1L I1A. CITY 5TATE... cD I Waikme Junior High !Schoui
L II I Bay Cfcect of DctraH to I b r I ISO S. Friend I Itl&mij Mwsrl, IliirUtaM

Life Ins- *r IM of .IMS nier, Sir, DoroDi ,
Rep.Na. Home Life Assurance Old Equity II I Wallace. Ksihuknn Road LaU
; .*nacrt wac imua autton oitx eowvrri VOMOU KTMK) KW K % vaun ,MeDrayton
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. -Organizations Directory r : Election Fever Is on the Rise !I I Directory PEOPLES. MATNARO CONGREGATIONAL A. MILLS -JualtarHCV


c,VICAleoholka OIIIGA"IZA nOft. GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS I,ol n.m. Early 11'II Worjkfc
Ity C.I..lo.1rI.0r1t. !I.!SO a.m. Okunh
AnonyanvaWd -

., $ :10 p m. J. O. Community CturchAmatoar tnd.tth Ma.,*..Cooka* *.m. City .ajCoaat II UtOO em. during Morning 1-Worafclp'Naraart
Radw Enwnaawy CorN Till ,.. Youth loa
r".o.dill.to.-G.... Boaoaa Guard Au.niary In Good Old Martin
Ird fl ... I pat. \" ." .. Walur J Baumani County I ALL SAINTS' EPWCOTAL-Jaa Sib
La M..n.i Npm, Oonat Onard Ann. BIdt KKV. MORMANSunday B. I1IA8Ha
Aalmal Raacua **a 7-2512
PId.uit---IrL Bar! J Btao* County Commiaalonl DIA.PRYR AT
.ta Tuaa, 7ilO p.a>., koaMaBnalnaaa .halrman-Frank A. Waoha Till .. Molr OomminlonliOO
.4tk Tuaa.. I ilO ..... Courthouaa ... FamUr Oeaimnnlon' and
Pralaaamul, ._'. ChibPraaldMit 2nd It'i twenty.six more 'thinking' nine Republicans running Jo the Vice President-Hubert Hum.I Prosecuting Attorney-William ASSEMBLY" OF CO -Pah. CityUBV Chunk SaaooLU

Tuaa.-Uda alchta.Maaaltuiarlnd4ih Flrat MafL Bank M. C Board al RhoadoaIt ZonIng AdJuutm.ni0I'utru.uit'Ernd days until the general election i forty offices listed la other words I phrey (0)), William F. Miller (R). i F. Oughtenon. J H.. DAKUU PutortlriM 00 a.m((101 Morolnit tundw Holy fra&.Communion r and Brm) n

Th ra.. tOt, ,.._ Canrthoaaa that is for hose voters who are hiny-one candidates are unopxxied V S. ard Holland 1- Superintendent of Public Instruc ) a.m. dander grkoulII WorahraTi W.k Day
Sh Snato-Sp tO* .
Caeaanut Park-North ttlvar t Holy Conminloathunday
Mon1.
Praparty Ownara AaaoaaarteoPraiidant Martin Caunty Muaauna CammhawnChairman Ilil in the thinking Mage in terms (D), Kirk (R). L. Crook .t.m.. Blbl Stab P- TuMoar 10 a.m.a-m. Honr Oammnnlo' *

-. .h..h -Frank U. Heavy which candidates With lon 0 p.m. Bnaaar. aarvtil Haalfeu Uw.lo.
M. choose many things to vote Congressman District Board District 4 -Frank (Flra* Thuraday
1 .
,
... OourthouaaM 1 ,
MaatlncaCoral tad WIdlS.7 M li- 4th Tiiaa. 7:10 f.m. aoe itt Friday a.m, Holy Communion
voters are undecided fo against voters may have Paul AJ. Rogers (D), John D. DeStefano.
c... Clvto Aaaoilatloa C PI."..* and Eonlnf CammlaalaaOhalnnaa J i o TOUT BAPTIST AfcraB 4Vaaan Unity Ckureh-TM S. Filth Fart Pkna
have trouble find. a tendency to ignore some of the Steele (R). County Commissioner District .
TII-K,dent-Oiarloa A. Oarlatram -Joaavh OraanlaaaIrd theyl n Bay ruKMklT lat Son. I pm. County CourthonaaFraaholdon Thura. hIS p.. Courthouia log making up their minds' candidates and some of the amendments Governor. Maydon Burns (D). 1-Frank A. Wacha. 5- III .. 8orioaa W.dnwdar

Aaaocmtlon School BoardCb.lrn.uHonry before Nov 3. In call where candidates Charles R. Holey (R). County Qmilone. District PlO a-m. Wrh 1. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW

... -Oolonal U. V BotlOMHaata O. EmdradInd Both enthusiastically have State Thirty-third .'. ha. parties is absolutely
V major are no opposition, it 5- ,. .
.. call "o,. ,.a. ,.... Oouruoaaa n Snatr. Die Time Poer. I HI,. .. Wob' W PrIm VI.'. Blvd, Part St. Lucia
irrepressibly uni nhibit. necessary that voter trict- 8ronsn (D), James B. Justice of the Peace, District 2 151 ..Tralnkx IL'C. BIFB. PASTOR

Cardan Club-Mra of. StnnrtProaldrnb John W. Rpaaa* T.Mavor. -.,J.Sawall....Paint. edly represented by an army of mark In the box opposite the name. Watson Sr. (R). Harvey Piley.Cnstble. lidS W.dou.dap Evanln Worabla I til .... Similar, fchool'

Ind Man.. l0 ,.". Woman' ClubHlblaeua ind Wad I .... loan HaD workers both official and unof. Generally, these candidates win. Shol Board. District 2-Jo District 2-Tom Till ... Fvar** tat-rloa 11:11: .1ft. Worahlp Swvloa

Park Cm A._. - - - whos sole duty is to nee t But if the voter rely wants to sl Greenlees (D), Donna PALM CITY BAPTIST-4tth ... HOLY CROSS CATROLIC-ludlaolomm

Prc. .Mon lilpnt-710pm Sal! Manullol Flrat MaHaa! Bank POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS it that ver go to the polls play it safe then markan Rowel (R). Justice of the Peace District 41 HU4EI 'ATI PHMTt4 1'& XAVWB FENECH

l Rapnblloan Club af Martin CouatyPraaldaat vote for 'he right" candidateThere "X" for all the candidates he of R ai\tralion-I' -W. C. Caveny.CnMtblc ., a.m. ft Worahb***! M5Om.PotdlVLUtP'l'ST. bafora MaaM .
Lonfaialona *
Praaldant Indlantawa-Orady Clvla Club Smith -Jama* B. WataoaRapubllcan are major county head wants to vote fo Jus in case there's bel Evans (D), Gladys H. Alme. District 4-David : tie.I 18 a.m.p.m. Mcrninc Trl. UnIon day( I p m.

I ,... Wo_'. Club of Martla Ca.Praaldon write-in gord (R). ... MARYS EPISCOPAL
4lh II Oft quarter fo both Ihe Democratic a vote fo a surprise can. W. I .I. Wo..hl Eaat Ocan StuartTHK

Jna i Baark c... Club, tub 2'.._. I W.p..Arnold.. PlumS Goon National.' lank and Republican executive committees didate.In CounlY Commissioner, District Commissioner, Florida Inland I fill ,.m..W MostIsimasT da .r I BrV :H'; .KdA BMITH. R.torttundiy
Buch.rl.tI
Praatdant Wad.-I Mra.pm.Calvin J. B Woman WttbarIrd Club M C. Damacratla EiaeuUva Cammrttaa for the first time. There i itS the case the amendments 3-Jack Saunderson (D), opposed Navigation District-Henry RAPTIT-P.4 too am.71 0 Morning a m Holy Prajfor (lat :and

.. W_.* Aaaoetatioa Chairman ...tI T. Murray IIIT.un I II 0 headquarter for governor there are squares o opposite "for" by Dr. William G Myers (R) Beckman Jr. C'I O. O TAVLOK. 2aau4t4S I rirdl I Holy Eurnarlat (Ind. 4th and
I. Bcb
...'....-Mnrdoa St. ClalrMaatlnna .... .., Beboal tthl. 100 am" Biindny School
I designate Voters been
V P..oI .,.-Mn. Maria Mfllar callRELIGIOUS candidates Democrat Hay don and gaintt' the amendments. have urged by .1. W rabl" I1 00 a.m Hoi, FitrbariM ( I.I and
o* nomine
lat-lrd SI.... 8R 707 CluhhonaaJunior - - - Burns and Republican Carll The same I is true of the local The following judicial state, and state and local officials to ktudy at linn'So. .am.. 3110 lid 5th) : Mornln I...... (Slid andThu'raday

W_'.. Club CnmvallInd ORGANIZATIONSGirl. R. trolley.A school question where voter are local candidates are unopposed. the balot. especially the amend ha. P.K'anhwr Wodu.od7 Waaabln Prom? ): and Holy Dayat TrtO am.

Pimldrnt Mon.-I Mri pm.,Guy Wom..'. Qlub .' Frl.ndly SoclaryUadar noted the heldquarler are asked if they want to keep the Their names appear on the ballot ments to seek advice and S- Chow .pruottis 1. and 10:Oil a.m,. Holy Eucharlit.Rumrnrr .
.-Mr*. Jaak WhlttoarFrU with a for .. achodulat: 5,00 a.m. and 10:0*
manned workers who apace a write-in where it is
Board daily w of school along coun'l I
office abolish
County Auduuon Sochptr trustee .
I ,... St Mary'a Charak 0 nece.sar. aAITIIV. a.m. SondotO.EPIICOPAL
:.4rto I Judia Clonta* afftoaM the from vole. They are all Democrats.Justice .I
pm St. Jaaapk CulM arc on Jo early morning it. i This newspaper recently published lACE 7DIUlh CHURCH OF THE BtESSEB

C Aaaoclatlon for M.Mai H.allb 'r..''.., Mr*. d... Klnaalla until the links the St. following! withdrawal of Walter of Supreme Court, Group a complete list of the amend .$nude leluout SACRAMENT Chink St. laalaatanRfcV.

.ld..I-t.v. Donald SchroadarInd lot MOB., I P a>, Bohoolt. aide, and sometimes after. At the 1-B. K. Roberts. mentu.n.lr.eiaI.. I.. .! MarnTna; Woraala W. THOMAS LOUCM
Tbiira, noon Tile Baf E. Owens the Republican nominee I. *S Trifling Unan
am. .. Chimh Bnhool
I til .
I Joaaph Holy N._ SaclatyPraaldant drop of a question they are readyto Justice of Supreme Cn. Group von im.lC.lna WorahteTMS
C Chapter A.... Caaear 'ocl." for the District 3 County Commission I ItO p.m. Holy EuchartitCHRIST
M. : :'T .
-H. Roamarln' give out brochure* their I Group 2-Richard "nIR'rl ,.**. W_.... rayr Haattti
$ Chairman-Malloiy" JohnaonMartin T.. bafora Sad Sun. I SchoolBOYS o of Tom
p.. Secretary I MEMORIAL-Ju"ltor I* Mickers pt Slat Judge Second District Appellate IV TIIH rilldlr (M HT II A1IIKtlll *
Aunlllary candidates auto (some rAftMB -
Mamorlal Hoapltnt - - - that the county Republican MIH1I--I ('Oltrt. 'U'RI. TOIL .A. .. ( aaaaoa onjy. NOT. t* April*
Court A William P. Al-
Curt Ottolat Group -
P.l.l.nt-M. SCOUTS OF AMERICA complimentary tome uncm.plimentry.bdacl at' LIWII 8TANCIL 1
Executive Committee 000indianinwuaShY.
National Bank ant CHURCH OF
Mon Flrat STUART ) streamer, post en. I IT C''FRI .B. IWI5IIEMtT It am. Mimlti I:*"" EVERETT MOSS
could candidate.
Man'a Cnrdan Club T_ .4OOS.SUIrItSSS.V Mah*** *ack ? name a Friday Judge Second District Appellate CIPN. { .: s. 1 Bi-hao
Tll. 100 Runday
pn .ldnt-Kar N. PrInt Wad. 7 '10 p.m., Amarlran LoBloa Hull e., you night the committee certified Dr. :' rtalnllff.' .: : WorablnB .a.m.,.. WoranlrTt
Court C 0 Momln
lat Tuoa 7 :10 p.m.. M C. A.r. Bid.. hip 405-Advlaor, Earl DalpTh In short, there is everything William, O. Myers of Kobe Sound Group -Charles O. Andrews :va- j I, :00 I.0..m. Waa. e MUwaek Pinion 111 0 F nlr Worahl
IM.. t m.. Math. -Cbun-h, Albany Itquadron p Jr.Judge IIOWAUD A. PERRY. st al. IIwfcndanta : pm *
P
A. itical that :
Martla County R..... 011. e : voter might want who will lack Saundersonof I Till Wad Young faopla'a
Advlaor, Fd KlrkhartThnra MEM'L
444
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,. .._Ira i...* i Bath. Church St. right at home-except oppose Second District I DUNKLI 8A.nST--1. t.ndarnCHURCH >
C0o..Itfll.. lit Nat. p m., Albany nee ler. Port Salerno the office Dr. Allelat' 1OTI'f 0. at IT LOTT
SrdTbuno.. 1:80.11I. Cub Pack 4iO-4ubmuoto.. P.: t>. Ktamal the opposition. f(1 Crl. Group B Jack F. TO: rH-HUT and AV. 10t 0 a-m. Runday OF THE HOOD SHEPHERDJupHar -
National Sarratarlaa Aaaaclatlon 4th Mon., 7 .ItO p m., Catholic Dehonllub wod fo bin Myers' name is no on the sample of State-Tom Adams. : AIUCLLK A hi. wife, 11,00 a.m..Mornlnc Warahla
Pra l lentMra Barbara Ann WndaayIth Pack Cukniaatan> F, Kovart Once the voter make up ballots He is president of Kobe SJO 1'JIIY., Albany I..am. Trahiln U..I RaV ELMER L. ALLEN
Mon. Comm. of 100 offlra Loot Mon, 71 5? p.m. Youth Pantar the candidates that he Sound Chamber Comptroller-Ray E. Green. (,. n.hi'I I I" HCHWfcNKand am. Worablp Til am. Holy Communion
o of Commerce
mid : '
Commissioner of Agriculture- '$ A, HIHWENK.her I fill p*. Wad. Mlowaak lanlaan lliOl ..m. Pariah Puoharlat. Sarmo*
Palm L... Park Club Ao.uol.ttnuPt.ooldoot JENSEN BEACH important hit problem : StodW'nt
and is in ,
Caail Mutton Troop 401_ ..... J. D LonkadoaWad. active Republican circles Doyle Conner SDfll Queen .. : JOSEPH look and Sunday Behool
ii only beginning. hero are many ( Noitfc I'a, CATtLI .
Ird M .nd.. Flr.l NatlnnalBank_ __ .. 7 :II p.014 Community: .r..I"I... Formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., Slate Treasurer-J. Edwin I.ar. lIon and'h.lol. panic h."r KKV. JAN ""NIIZIWMKL .. JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
I and amendments
doinuCuhmn.t.r on
Cub Pack names
many he here for three I Waek bill th. Snvllna Drlv. Jcnam B.ach
practiced or tlnlmlnic ( any 10" .. 1,11
... huh h.v. .Iah.t ,
41'h Wd. R Community hs
thir. Baturdar
Palm City Cardan Club Cub Pack "hi..,J.. lh two-nd.a.half.fot.lona i The Myers have five chil :. or Intereni in the prop.rty 1.1.. aal Thnrailara REV NEWTON M. TWLKOYHO :
Pr..id.nL-Mtnu Mahal flnnayInd 401-cubm..torIoG. eaJ. son.Attorney General-Earl Fair. hereinafter deairlbn), to. 1 4:0".100. : a.m. Sunday School,
Th... .:Id am. CM Cantaraim dull_Wad.,. I : huh_ balo now dren. He is a Presbyterian. He is 1'lt: Frd.af month. 4 ill tatild I.ftO a.m. Mornlnir Wonhlp
aill "
being around. t : TiCS p... Wadnmday. R nlor' Choir
passed .1
City CMa OrranlaatloaiPraiidant V SERVICE CLUBS All totalled there ire forty-nine president of the new Martin County State Superintendent of Public I 'h. South, J/1.Mha. Pant of lbs CATHOLIC 710 p.m. Tburaday. MldwaaK S...

-Andy Z.HII'okl CI... Club al .tuSrOPr.oId.OIAiruu Young Republicans Club. Owens Instruction-Tom D. Bailey. Old IHxlo FHInhway nf a trm.trampnied I ST. CHlIT.HU' I JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-.Brlrt Road
lad Tnaa, Clvla Cantar thirteen amendment, arid and
Hulto names, of U H.
formally resigned Thursday. Florida Utilities .u. 1 II ill .. S.udut.YlnSl' Sunday'-1 pm. Watchtowar Study
Polnalana' C..... Clvla A.u.oluthlsPro.t4.ulo.itov. Wad., II noon Townhouaa Raitaurantndlantowm a local school trustee question list In Public Com 3nt th. ( Hubdlvlalnn a Mondar-TtlO ,.m. Mlbl) Stud
J. W. Maraon case you haven't heard, and missioner-Edward Ed Ma. I. of Ml lea or HnnannIrani
( ) CHURCH OP CHaiST Thanlay 1 ,'0. MlnMrt School IBarrte :'4
.
ed. ,
lat Mon. I pm. bomaa Klwanla ClublroutdontJ.mun that probably isn't the case, be L ( ."o.dl..o tn plat Ih. I TIST-734 Lao Oaaa ** ,SCIII| MaatlniRFDEEMER
nf
with nf filed
Port Salana Clvla AaaogfatlaaPraalitnt :. IIill ...* RlnaaWad Hamlnola to. Breaking the ballot down lo I In a listing of the candidates, son.State Attorney, Ninth Judicial : hOot recorded'h. In lint I..r.mh.r.Honk U. II ,too ttt .. Sunaar Mornlnr HrhoolII Wrkl" : LUTHERAN Oc.. 81"IIEV.
-Waltar Binaon politic* In mind there are only the office each is seeking! and the J.... 69 Undo County Mnrlda.public .. DONALD K. SUuROEPI'RItll
tat Th.., I p.m.. Clvla' Cantar 1.._ Baach Lima Club Circuit-Arthur 1.. Steed. : recorrtn. copy of whliu *IOO r.m. Waa.l T.tmol Jfo ... Sunday School Blbla Study
III
... Thura. I O.m. Supvar .001... 0.0. p..ld.nt--lCd Hnhmldtlatlrd political party as shown o the Defender Ninth Judicial plat: waa riled March Itth mill Baudlnr Around (ISo ra-Mo., thin A.Hat. loan .m. Worahlp SM-T!**
and recorded in flat Book I, 1
.. Civil DfanaFlrahouaa V V V Wad. fill ,.. Saymrar1* ample ballot. Pubic I
Port Sal. Circuit Court a m. p.m. I CHRIST
THE KINO LUTHEaANluplt. -
W, I). Jr. Tan It. public r III of t'uimalluch
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Ind Tnaada Till p Club Frederick .
Sound Klwanla
Jupltar-Hoba B. bounty .
Presidc.ntIyndon JohnsonD ; CHURCH CHUUT-4IS Palm...BJBKUCil

Rla.Id.o-.l..k Clvla Club ShomarClubhooaa V ';,dbQ'p\1I" Marina ( ). Barry Goldwater (R). Member.Martin Hou" Representatives William- Tn" .a.h of 50 herbvSoliflod OORIIILL. MlaiatarCoramfas IIE"H 5100: S.p.IOIJN80N.,. Chu..h .hoe 00.

Cases Set County- Ant. onm"I.lnt ho. bornflied 540 Sm. P.'or'. CI..
out 1't1a.. Ratary Club .1 Stuart Jur IHtJtl. AltIVttTioHhlHwT: F. Owens. .g.lnnt .'.. I. tho l'l.ru.t. 10:0: alibi ,. 10:00: ..m. Muniu. Wh\ro
S. AIH" Wombip
Ronald
... Club pruutI.nt.-Di'
Stuirt W. C..Uu. R. V.nd.r.ouI Wad. II it I ,.m. Trad WInd 0 IVTM1TION 11. County Judge-Mallory John. Court I In and for M.rUn Cnlnt 1.0.P.. k.nin. WorshipWodtnaduy FIRST METHODIST-I too Colarada A'*
..--lIn. IOTU'I Florida, (In Chan .r,. h ih. t'i.ln. 'rl "'V. ALLAN K. STUART
Ird Wad,110pm. Club Building Stuarl Klwaala Chib Begin MondayCivil 'UfIM'I'R: : 1'1'101' S tNH tiff, Henry f.I'n. for purpnaaof I p.m. MMwaak Blbla Staar It4l a-m. Mornlni Wonblo.
Cardan Croup Praaltlanti-l>.. H. Hamdala KlpaoaThura that Iliaundermined son.Tax ftulctinif I of anld Iain- ,1 10 t 1fI0 .... Church Boh-cl 1
Tabakula Chairman-Mra. Hlbart J. ,Kaatat ,, lull '.m. Town Houaa of ChHpter annul undor lawn tho ...vl.l.n. Assessor-A. C Courson. tiff and MM trmnloo hv %Warrant THE CHURCH OP COD-'Fl'lar I 11 cOO a-m Morning WorihmTlOO

lat Wad., SIB, ...., homaa Stuart Ml-SUppara !qu.ra Danca Club cases requiring jury trials Aria. I nf1 11141, Kill tettlater will I'lIldu: th., Tax Collector-Alvm N. Andrews and lured for la tho other( I itnilonhovo relief and dear roll>rlhd sod KEY.10:00: BILLIK a-ra. Sunday MaALflM p... Youth FaU.ahlpi

- - ..-lllbart Bouaa ( ,bib of lh. Court In and 10' TRINITY METNODI't-Jouma afaaak
open at 9:30: a m. Monday in 'PI.I" "at'h .f ynuarn horohv requiredt 11 t itO .0. Moraine o..h
Thura. I p.m. Youth Cantar fur Martin' I-lorldo. upon .rv* ofoiir, anawernr 7, fcvanitia: RKV NEIL iUNOAU.1
n a corn
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Stuart Ll na Club Martin Circuit Court ,,, "'!!' "' .,":"' !'/ Iotil.otln nfimunr Clerk of Circuit Court-Dorothy ftrtlten lit'fen.e to Ihr. oomnlalnt ,1 p.m.pm. Tu. .. 1.Wo..hl.. .* ,t4S am. Kunday School'

Praa'daS-[". William M,.raIrd Pn-atdont. .Klliworth Srhnurbuaohlnd4th Three cases are on the docket 161.wit sotien. 11" fli'tttlnuu ius, to. Pierce. on the P'iIntirr0.100,0'Yl 7..1 p... Thura .B. l.nl. II tOO ... Woraalp larvlc
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To..., 1pm. Community Oaataf 11'... t ... Town Boua be the curly days rrarv, Crnry ( Ural CHURCH or CHRISTIConvratatlanal till pm. Fv.nlna Worahln. lit and
j P to hard during ( Ht'II.'M rAMIOSI, Sheriff-Roy C. Baker National Runic ,,, JlntO"t, t, THE UNITED Ird ......
l Canaan Baaek Xraa Stuart Soroptlmlat ClubPr..l.inotI.uuto of Ihe "hh'h I nlll bind.p. Pioildn, or I1 IK Palm CltylRKV
I .,.. bavttiic my prlnnlpHl plnco of ; : ; orlclna.1: WILLIAM K W1LHUN. I'aator OaCEOLA STREET
...Id.nt--.nk Forabara "I- I Millerid : : Florida, and tn 7.t' MfTHODBT. SM
Bud Mon, dlao ora, ul v,... % lat Thura nooni>iamln. Hotal The trial 1 that will i probably: tiiixltiH.* In p.I lol.. V5). Jlartlni '.1.. AIM FNTISI.bslRvrl .e.w.'ro r written iler.tnp In II'. t4l a-m. IUV.; I). rL.4CHIOHT JnV .
( .' Tno'ri. noon A..hu'.* Ya.ht (Club cnune moot Interest In a $IHX( ) () )() i't'it I ,tv' |l'l. : lultoVVThO tinrfy' 11111 1 '"I'"f 0 01 n'f of the (.rk nf tho C.I..ltrm.t It:00 a.m, Tha f o'I..r" pro ",141 a.m. .ni.dr, School
i n't. '
PW4 .ro. r i.l |in Hld bUHlnea. la : 41 1'111 ho. II tO* ... MornlnaWarahlp
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."-B. C. Blackman Stuart Jay .0 luit against White. Belt I Dairy ritlTTIIIKIiH of 1'i.it Hiorn,II.rrl' MS'I'II Jl lilt Ml, 0 IH< Htnart 20Ih, 1lorld. .toher on or, IHH4, 10:00 rldol. S p.m Wadnaaday. Woman Woman Ulaiionary Rocuity .**. final

Ind 1'bura. I pm. rirahoua rpaldt-nt M It Pink(Honny PHP) Nlon Farms and Bruce Bidding broughty l't"iliu, und) shot| (lh.r, urn n. oli.) ; KIIIIIIIM S > l Ii Kill. MtllTIV IV 4"II S SSVP.II I 11 S.So SIT. I r?toll .fall to dn ao j jtldirment hv '. E.Ilunablp Wad. of ..li month at 1.46 a.m.
luaa., 7 HO "I Intrn-atid
p.m. rHInO In all Thur.dart
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ilunPral rtnfanlt mlii h* tlken mrnlnut ou
> la Dtctc 10 1962 Mil*
< vJ-M. R. (Iou iw> H.l.ontuf .- - - Betty Aug. lie... FIHST P'l.tl':rut, HAVtVIH for the relief drnnndd In the comnlitlnt I COMMUNITY-. Bcaak T:41 ..m. Pmrer lomb.

'ibtu*..J ..m.ftatall VETERANS OROANIZATIONBAmarwan I will be the second trial of the I'tih., MI'TIP! CrU'rll\rf. I AM 1""' A8.M'I. ; Thla notice work plait for four h* ptih.llnhad mrnnneruIHe IIV. Hunday, .$ TM.V Woo Sill Ta.tr... Board auh month of Steward) V (..

M."... OlutniosCbutrmuu1hIito La U*>, Jaann Baaak wit ni ATION nf ITN I'I'N. I nnna a .m. ahlp flarvlra
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work In Ktuurt
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flamacll ommantlai,' KitKana Grimm OK ISITMMIOV T 4ta Ibun., atoart thambar Building ...... Mon. I *m, Lacwa RollAm.r1u. MINI Demo alleges in her com- 'O'fU'1"II .'''rl'III'I' NtMH poratlon, I Vea. a mtbllHhed flew'"uurrofWener.In Moril Ooun-I olrculntion I.IcbSL .U"IJT"WI'T: SPY CHAIILKH (>. HINNFIT

I - Stun'sC.nm.ndorChOrlOu plaint she was thrown from ahorto N"lh'| > I ,.. that lh I'loilrti'inuiXison. 1 Oil, a-ra. Worakla ftmiea10t4l
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- Latlon. f'01 STY D.'.; HTFKlHIOt. am. a.mdar. S:4ooI
bltaan owned the Dairy while u..lln" .n.l"r th provlalon t>.\ thl* llth dip of tteptom. ilinill rf
CONSERVATION by O l.swo of Horlrtn, a widow I ''' IS 5515 FlIlt "n'rl' i ( '. IJ0: | ,.". Enwortk Laua
Audubon Boelaty Ind and

Pry.ttsnt-pug.n. Moore Doa lit A..... Lo.I_ Indlaalawn Fair in 1962. She claims defendants of th* InMHt Court, In anil' Defendant or Iho IS l'nbOm'lH. '0.. : Till pm TuemllJ Men'. Meetln
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Ird Mon. I pm.. flral, NaUunal Baankluak r..mm.n"-"b. M<"by4tk th \\I.rk: Muilln, C'tninty, ': upuit >< Tif'M nf m ir TOa rllo$ C1..1u., .& IN RBr"TTW: 750 14.m, W...., Pinion Mlln
- Wai tan Laafua aa.1, I P.m.AmonIim.s were negligent (t of proof of rl'"ln nf HrM io"ii stiinrtiti.nIV 1.: .n'A I"n'v.'fT. rviLMPI-T. ). OF t FIRST Mtl4ODb5T..4uJnn..u

Prosid.nS-tThattv alndrad, Lailo Aualllary 1.._ Baaak taking the necessary precautionsof I thlOVoott'n.. the I flctltlotia ..,", tonewTII Til NHII' OF THK HTATE I) ""rn..t. nrkOlrcitlt lIST X. WJTHnf.I".r... .. 5kv GJOllfJlII a. M.O"IUIJeK
lat >'>U I p,... lat Mutt I Bank : ( Court but) aIls .m. 11".01. aehonl I
.... -Mr.. Kmma anydar guiding and directing horse. ruminA >IT II.
. th nnwpv HOITHHHtinilnr 'l'Ol i H 111)51) whnao realdonr ('URY. PAn" 11.00 ... Moniu Whlot
Junior (.....110. Club lad-4th Man. S S..auAmarlean whl<.h It Mill, .nia*. In bualnoaa JOlS addreaa I I. unknown.Tnu . for "' CIAnTHn. All oredltora *if the oatut t 0,00, ,... Myr
...., til, pn Stuart Yutk Cailat Ualan A.... Stuart On March t 14. 1961 a jury navltia tla nrlmlpal nf John M. llnvd ar. herrhvcluae Poh.1: Pant.. 54. I. I .15. MTITHAr.) dcoaoil. '"0 ,... Kvanlni Wpwkhj
I 'tu.rt Sallflih Club Pro.ld.iilMra awarded Miss Del $2J00( for bunlnoaa In Palm (Sly. Martin ; nolliiel 'h.t I eompislot I" r'ro. B.t \U. benenv notified and roqulred to file ftO urn. Thu.".". Juniorhnlr

- B Vradlay ln4lh Mon., I P.m..r.aII her But on May IS. 1963 Iv .'1..: that tho Purl .' a mo"o.' on tbo fnllnwliur is 'ru ni'" ,.Cobb lT ".... sri flalmK' or demand which theynuns : Till pm Thurailay. Sanlor tllxlr|
r rtr'P. Injurle. 'In pOd h".ln.a ,. ri/OAV .... hnv old relate In thaifflcn
I ..tln ol. ,. : SluwIl nu 4 U. "laln.
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- ", lat .;Bk. Martla Cwinly Barraaka W.WJ Vataran Judge C Pfeiffer Trow- i'OIIAI'lllhl .f stilnIl. ,Floll.( 'Ih.o t"'I ..I cn.'I'r I'. of judir, of Ma,. FIRST PRESP.VTERtAN...N Rl... Shoraa
!. Wad.. !P.. dlraotura. lumm.n.. -Philip A. Kin. : oidie the verdict Miss th.t liter. *i. no nth.r .. in.lor.oi.d Tiegisnini tha Northwratcorner A'I 4.1" .. ,. "OI'T' tin (01"1,. l'torloio. .Is the noirt.h RKV. I.OLM A. HARRIS P....
lat-lrd .. J. B. Community Oaatat bridge set ,in .101 "",.1".... of .. flout heml giiar- lT'It CM."c..t'n.. .0. Slot ,,".. bll.rt. .'10.11.. wl'hl") IIEV. A. SYDNgY IOWHIE, AHI...
FUt EM ENS ORGANIZATION' Dcei appealed to the District l"lI0'A" ('Oitl'iltA'flflM ben nf tho Hotilhaaat Quarter.. ofectlon 1 .1. euletolor, roontb. rrm Ohm dolr 1 10 as,. Hnnilay \._
a..S..o ._'. AanlUar. Martin Caunty Barraaka AmUlarp fly.\\llllnm J. Mnlh.."., aS. 'rown.llI, T ,, m.rHn.1 > nf the fl.1 Iubl..lon OiIl "0. ISM s m. Worahlp S rlr.
Court of and
Praaldant.,. -11.. hulk H Halllatlrd Appeals was grant : : ) Iln.l. ,. mull .,0' ,.". Yount .
Pivaldant-. Mra. Maria PromtIrd I'reel dent its, ,* 41 Hunt, them proi' 'I corporation, ) lIeS.t"E : Paopba r.llo ..hlpRESBVTERIAN
i Mondnr lam, m. I P.m. Old Com. Cb.r.bV.t.ruuI ed a new trll "',1.' fr.pt. 14, (1. 1. I, II, 1114SOIH South, along lh. \\eat lln* Jlnlnl/f. l lIN7' be writisi I 'an' 010(0' Ih, I OMMUNITYVRANCIH _

- C.uncll al Martin CouatyChairman Is ..I M 8miihoat, Quarter of tho 'l neeorrn'Id. ii poiitnlorttlitr'im Ofobe aen.
**naan Baarh Valuntar Phra Do..rtosiProsld.ntJb .-John W. Hollar A second tial to he heard a > .] OKi II1H5'lIflI Tn I"uth..t, Quarter,, for hIllS I ( A. nnowv. ot at, : ff Add, I .., Stuart Lotion Horn. suit for excess of $1,000 HaGIOrHIs. l'ne'l'l'n'llll I 4 5MPh pol.t or ... Drh.cnnlnt. ricfendinl tOntlFH ho '. '' b, th. rlalmant hlraaimt non Hnnda Hiihoot
1'uaa.. I p.m., FlraBouraPrt lid Man. Roil. I. herh. .lv..1 Ih.1 tholi.lrroign.l FOil ""aTBICTMHFRtlCH or hI. .to.n... o. It "I '540 ...
- .... ... Aullllarf VFW, Stuart brought by J. T Robertson against i ".,... 11. .. aonof hm-nrni. void! ..01.. loW a4. Youth Worship Fallowahlp i*rvlapm.
flowers Anderson rhi, 't"r StIll, Florida, Tbnr* ronllnua Rottth thu Pcpt mb .
.Praaldwit Mary latanuaIrd rommandorDonald Auntlnlnd4tk by : : .Ionl (\ V t.al. FlrahoaaaPort Gold. .Oat BulMlna A< ta of 1541, will 1 r Hl l.r with Iho th. W..t lln. of Ill. TIIM IIT..TE OP ,
Ihura.
Thura.
tin Robertson allcgci in his suit c'I..k of hr ('irs'Iit, ('0'1 In .no aal Quartor of tho MoiithonutQuarter TOMarv, .t.1U. ('rlfllWl'r.10 RIIIES A 0 tHD. IIIUNITAltIAN FELLOWSHIp

SnIorn. V.1 out.or Flra Daaartaaaal VFW. ladlantaw* he an employe of the flower for. Martin r"'ll'II.lo.' .. of flection 3D for ?IS l McCnrmtck On.llna>. a widow V'MON'A4mlnliitratrl' P.ro P.... s.oo, CAmm..olt") COOot...
\ Pildn_Robart Johnaoulatlrd r.' Joaavh W. Praatoalatlrd r<>. >lpt of .pi-oof "" fit feel to a. pnlnll th.n.'. procoodKnat nver II vear* nf ocr loT. W. .f l'nff.nhergrpCPflSlIVPtL III aooty bI.oub
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Tuaaw rUaheuaa_ __. ... Ill, p.m. Foal Homa firm and operated I sprayer. tie thla uotk-a, the flrtllloua born, to. at light analxa to aalde realdcncat.ir' e* la Ill ('.''b flibF.N 0 ?nllowohln, ; t', OundoI
\\ t line of th SoillheuBtClunrttr Jfl1I"htllNAtlImnnl'l School I* ,
"" claims he wai not t tht ,.I liei-kolov ".llor..l" > m. Sunday.eNTrCO .
: TRATERNTL ORGANIZ.TIONS ....W. Aunlllary Stuart taught .(I1SAPIS Al.5fl1'MP.N1O of Ootithmn.1 uuarter fiunrvo W. 'brown t" for AIall > .TAL HISI.E..ldboano's
Acacia Chaptor. Or W ., P.M.lay Commandaa-Mr*. Jaonla Smith proper operation of the sprayer M I,,hliimlnaa ma wilt no0Io I" for a dletinc. of UK feel InS '. and hI. unknown heIrs' 4ovl- URTIB JIKINNITR' .....
_ _ Maxtor (.oimillorJan I..yda lat-lrd Wad. Gold. Gala StilIdlolMISCEL&.ANIOUS and use of insecticides, r. *. hnvl" ournnUwr srlorip.l lniot'not point I Thrnc sro.r.d North .... Iciatera I. prnnleea.an t-ll fl..? lAth .IEfllvlorn '.:. am, Kunday *'*<*,!
|....A Moiu t*. P...> ..... TamplaAcacia rrpr btialn*** In Port "nlprno. MnrtlnCounly nn a 11511 parallel to thoeat an>* to, nrach. Flnld. *
- - - permanent injuries from Fin: :thai Iho imrtlca Inirat'd lln. of Iho Kouthonal Quarter unknown buaband I.. (Vt. 1. 0. I. 1. 1.4 I'll ,p... ST1 "* a-.llatla. SarHa*
V Moa_'. LadaaWor.hli.ful the Insecticide In aalj hOot.... aro Ar.thur nf MoulheH.t Uuarter a .. SI lb.peon. 5ni' h. "f ..4t .t. Wadiwaday Blhla Study
Muotor-4brIutluu Kalklatlrd CloG Air P.n'.iemonod.e.Lbmtt.nont U Kopplln and, Anna. Ft.t'ncpplInv.P tanca nf ran feet to a rut 11,0 .sIrI, n.'nono. f. I' TI' 'OITT lb i'llSt'U .H" CXTHSFMANF CHURCH OF CHRIST
Thura.. pm, Maaonla lampbjAnna Strong A third suit to be heard U of Port Vnlorno, Flor-' Them proceed Weal on p.lnt 1. ..1.. il'teodsn( t. Ihl. .""M: .o n.I lItbtTlS (. .y. OB CHRISTIAN CHURCH
_ Millar ).. Elka J. F. Paul ',1. and that tbor* arnn'nnlhrprim" that I. at rltht anarloa tn th* and .'I.4RIO ChMmk Strat J... Hack
y ". -Mra. Ooroihy Hardy Moons Tuaadaya. te; pm.Cammltlaa brought b)Stone Inc. against lnt...'.d I ITMin. I" ..Id 1".1".... I. '_'.1"" lln. for IS* foot ."ntn..n 55051,1, eIoI'nInv \ lllORtTFn ".. V tIM.M U POKES JR. IIIln''._

Snd Thura. 5 p.m., Mka LedaaBata al 100 F. !*\! .ut"rrrfl I. Krn.-1-r-T i"0 JR tI Inlnt or pior., .f kevin'5in. |Inboro'I I.. ... nr u'.lrnl, any iv nw l I.. .. Rundn". KIM. >|,.|
fv\ 1. H RPl>IfV<] : lb. w..t an f..' or either tho .. nnmed peronfianla P'TV5TFt OP 00 .... tI..... Wonhlp Rorrlc
Slim Phi lororltyEpallon r.hal.1. (.." .. l>,.t. I .II, II. IVU of tho above 'leacrlhd pronertv h !'*. rte.|.eea. >teea l.It.L1.tN n KEV1iTt*OX. i tail ... Th..".", Blbla SludyLHIOIL
PhllhrlckII
liafiittva' DI..oR. 'nrvlwnia'H, WtTII AN i KA8R.MFVT .... ... ...._ .. I....... 1"f"ff -"-, I
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Eata Chapter W. 0.... Blvd. AT for New iV.Vii.i '
( li'lM5i55
Appeal 4 mil rr OI ,5p 0.THKmiru for Inareaa and Sir.a. otniali ne.ot.inuao| leii.teea. Honor TA "
V fraaldant-Mra. H. J. Abbott kaaaaa Lady Calfm' Aaaaalatlaai JI 11".. "H("IIT i\ norWo.tlfs..fnS..l'othbills *, creditor nr otherwla, claim- All nf th. .. 4".f U 10RTI..tF'T:
1 t.t-lrd Thu..4V I If.rt..11 1 I "1 '"TI1 rot \T', feet of the North SHI II .t., MAV R. KFNKRHox Mva*.d.
Phi Chaptar .Id..t-M. Bill r1.0 I % II MtXfrHY feet of th Hoiithonat Quartorof ".. nntlfl 4 and r-onlr-.t tn fitnnv VO1'iPh
XI Gamma I I .nd lu .b. ftr 1"1'1'10'
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'_ ..-Mra. Joe rlnlaylatlrd T.. HI a-m, Trial Is FiledIn \*>. Ml* %".th il Quarter of ..I II all nnVnown naftlea .In. oHalmlnr rlalma av ,Inrnnnuln whIrl th.* Hpil.is'rI.R: "U"I""Ot" 55915

Tbura. I li.au. fcama Uvalr Ana Club OFCltR 1 Tin-Mo ) 1.lnl IS. 9, TfTiVJETIIKR to ho anr ttl. tn-f h.....,ln" *a4ta(.In the Nntl. I. h..... Slorn that t".
I'lalnlirf. IV nr I In the fotlowlnr nfflro. of th. rollnlr Jtidrof Mn' otd.rnlrne4.
."."t_ .1 aha Amarican Rovalvtl P.Ido.-.Mr., L. Aahky A .. > with alrurtur*. Hbea I..t real pr-un". eltiinle In Martin in (fount Florida. Iw ,. _>ir ..rx.nJfKrt...
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njM.ntMra Marlorla HomlafIrd lid .1.1. ... h m*> Slaying CaseAn ELM fen II TOfNO, > and Improvement now and Count*, florid: lio-in.at ""'.". FtorMa. wltMn at- y .
] Thar*., 110.. Martin Cauaty Fair AaaaatattaaiPfMldan ."". tWOTUT hereafter .. aald 'lend and the ..l.n-taT rn",tha 'r. t.. ..t. V.' rprV If'VhV :imet) (o'urrrinh Sod I"
J Motban* D.Molay Club T* "PfU'tH fixture attached thereto, and Iota 14 IS. 'a. IT and 14 Blob, "t* "r I>IIBIC| .| .shim, nnUo fmmtv: Florida
J W. Huaaay ,
Jachion WrIght *- ,. ""I NAM") ()! TiltSOpA1' .II "lt. Ill". procooda. and in pi..d r>).t ef (bohrrordbn .*. r.r-h rl.l. or suod h. I' rnototpt .f prnuf nf upon
rutd.nt-Mnu. Arrlanltar Bid p'lbiIr.ton)
lat K appeal for a new trial the I f r'/>WTrTdi ._ .. lout' th. "I.e.! nt
4th Mon., t ill p.m.. Maaottla TamplaLadlaa I. I t 1'' ..ulno and to sri |. hI Obonauf flte4'nno "' ntHut 'It. "oil,.. the firtillo
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Martini C..tr Oalf aad c. ClubPrnulIontKd Florid Supreme Court wu vmicn ItO! ( aald ... all of whIm 5'. ltt. r.e.'rdeS In Pint .i1 ppoIle and ix>.t.n"a4drf : n.m.
Aualll.ry ta Indian HwEaaamamant fie ,. .. Included within tho foraroln TV >k I. far IS. II L"eiaCanntv. t.. rtolmaoi am. cworrto "HI' C"O"FF.PJ J1R11J.K
MOhlaf RlvbaaIrd .. Thursday by the attorney fo eC. '.11..1 "'"".1. lacrlptlon th* I ha- riorl-i Piibllo.) H". kv tha .,*.." .. .11I,, .
I Matriarch OWia In... Tua*. Sill CI.llh..Mla" vidcd niuver Edward ( ) Witliami Nllt '. notiriM thata kendtim hereof. A I..o all rne, "cord: *'' a*.iwn .. ittat ofIHveralde bIn o'l. rn.v.. will .. vokao'ellrdlop i-s... Satin our prlnrlpsi|.n... Is.
V dub Tuaa. I p... ZOO Hall Caanty Farm BaraaajProaldant Omiplalnt, riivorr* ha* boon I (team, and elwtrlo water andotimr rrV *a -.ln InTM to !.: "?..In." ... 'Is ;'"'. Martin l to *)
of tlloil In ISO ahnT-tyl4 CourtaJnat Iu'atir' refrla-- !> ,. rm. Uita Sep *plam. a ... Cwia-
ml Odd FoOawN I hart Rraarar 10 Sd r I''I.t. Rao .5. l eU.roomy : ,"* ... ._.
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Williams awiit- ynu, *nl j oil ara h. .. .rsll.' .. lightI.';, plumhini\ 5'IuI'SI. riihiie I.. ,. .; a 5.1 t. ,.,A bo.i,,... .
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V bla (Oraod--lotH. ChosuSr..Jnbn Sod Than Bomlaola Ian .uirod S.oorn. si"sYo0i.'t. i ". ... lrrlatln. and nerds ao" marked "no boel."S..d ;.. RJII: A nod 0111I. A. Shurkey Rob.nt or W

D.. Cray BaD Martla Caunty Amatour Radla Chafe lag execution for lh slaying, of &,nwur .lh"r plrndlnar. ,, .* f ". maihlnea., a .in *M* aooea**". ,_the>. .Wt "''l'Id. .. hut 1"_ 01,5,0.
I lat-lrd Taaa.. I p m, looP "_ Brltton Miss lucy Ann of rvtmnUInt, an III oIl ornnn for t a I pllnncea. fftlitrea and *on\ir : with all ,..ei... rlchla Chora* f niton t ?WSfonbf(0'v.mwmmt14 :: .... .. I.Oro naIl n"ho's'ItOSORI1T .I'
I.nRII WethinJ'1 M I I R. |ft* which .. AAtlarlo.Vn .
Indian Rlvar Enoampaaaait SI lotSit ..Iftlf. .1.1 ancea. *r now or nnta appvrlnlnlntT.Tnu
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Chlaf Patrlarab-Thurmmd Wllaa Th" Tu. pm. Hobo Soun in ... Third Ar.n. ., tanrrtaK *. I hereafter pertain or b* ..* W BltAPtpy
h ..-.. Tuaa. I ,... SOUP HallJlanaan Martin Caunty Hialarlial SoclatyPraal : \VUt! rnsv execution stayed I riorMa. and fllo th- 'nil.u55 with I nornnnu II premleea, ., and sirS of ar* herab PoP Ancillary' 011.1.10\:01 4. "AIIKEf'
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was In II,. otfie. of th. of aven lh"V b* detachedr _"' flk* pen r .0. o* uilrnI.seOSI'u* .1 n. *4. Orl
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Booth Saaara Club aad AanllUrr lant-Roland .11.1 NaUonal by Marlin Circuit Judge C. Pfcif- Iho 1.,1. Court of tha lu. ..*. nl'I of which ItI .....*' .va 5 I.o, fl"' .. w*.* lob 1,1
lot til ,
'. .. .- < Wha>odaualaPrald.nt > Uallaf bolos rfr Tw"ridl Sept 14 ta order nf .,.. A F>. ",4 Iborrinfoil I *>>a|| i.",omo. part .,, "0150. (._.. ... rvt. t. a. it n i*1 .
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Mra. Haaal Farabar I that A. Ya.n Cut or Poeroo 1> Cnnfa"r nell real aatateeownlelnt .ame.i 0.151w .'Ieil 0IIlls. I-
lnd-4th Frl. I ..., J. R. C_ CIo_ .-.r I. Taraavtad. ( Tero" lrIl tens'0 "u.iunt. o t" .... .Iousrih.'S. .. THom .'OSC'TT .-- COO Stuart Rotary Club
V Out-o... Ma... .. 4th S am.Pah : Ir. of Storke. Wilias' attorney, >n'> ir .tRIO. r nna-nfn *.t RIm. ho.nflh.ilm'ioot pou aoil pm'mr ens".. .brmbon ,.. .1'__..ano.,00o..l .. ...._ MSSTI0 (alit?\

Slalarkaaala Ct Haaaa Damaaatratlaai Club could file an nil iionI.In. thla IllS day of lI'p.t.mho' .: ...ul.1 t. n'" in t.. "4 f'.n.opntol ,..II. SSaata .. Urllt
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%rf Pwl< Ellaahxh FaMa* ... wu' .0 t Baoalal E. AatM, I
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HatoM Shranaalatlrd lat Tva*. Ill .. Clvni CaatarPatnouma 1"' l"ir."iS "I" ". nl-lnttfTa lto .. rot .l4 ",
( WeRoh rt n sIll nk.n Rod, "0"0RflP I
CFTS lAM Motn .lnln. "' ... v Johnaon I', nunS HaHi B.Mk
MOB., I a-m. kamaa Kanaal auk ON .I lIRT' .. 4nnubV,40nll'l'bp fins ltS, Btnart >.lortl .. a.4 ft I. a _.Steodlo05.01 LT .5uPnAflt.Twenunool .-
Ci a.,_ Wad. I : (511)1W ''1 51.5rob. I** oetainal, ._. or aOoonlnatn .. .. 0' Ifono t. J. ,bnv I Trade \\111da
.. ,. :. I IT. SI tho afrta of tn 1M4 with Sho "!. oe .* ..
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Praaldant--Mra. Harold .. AT atoptlac plaaa : : flt. 1ia I. I'l er* of .I n. .. .0.
; Archie of Stuart .
Snd-4th Wad. I* am. kaauaOraW K. Matheson I ... r .rt tat or h.foi. ,. II,. .. ur aeon. _. .. -
Ralnbav lor CMa Part .H Damoaatratlaa Oak received a Juil! term in OnWlCr n. unmnq'nm ,osPn'mln'I'n's .of Vtahatr. I >,I If vnu nil .r. tin's .1.. u'nnO,1IN 'p'qinWOSbo'a
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thirty-day ,
I BUmS N.wlla FO"IITOflIS .5l5ptNolle' ">. ,turfnt i rfefanx win I. II. nib..ro.. I. Snwnb' .Shut t '
l.t-lr/T Advtao... tilt* Judy nm, ttI1.Ou Maaoala Tam,bRayal > ., h..,-M.III. a.m. Club. Caoaat default of fin flf Judge' Har I. luroIw. "". that ISo. aakvn aratoat v.' I *o* m* iwitefVMMn4 esoIerm.n n"......1.. P. 1)Toon.r "0.... ..I. _flanl. meuZZ V -
P. in Municipal : ,.ndorol"n.d ,". I". nuorlilonnoof >e44 'tag th i**'ow.1.toI. *r><4 5I'0"lV n'loolOuwhIn o. .. ".
Palm ..110I1.. liW Pkiyar al M.rtm cI' I'er o ('5 unIon !f." l.ouu'o PlonIduS oe.tl.ohall ihllaKod !. *.. .. n-il Y.Ie, ...I .'o. _a' .Otnl'S CITY
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V f tlo_'. Grand ".. Oara Hall P,00t.tont Woknnl Oh.. S' of tail. will ,.".,, with tnda KH.rt Vow*. o V ..-oor a .. ,.hmIrh.4 ,. Oh. 01.504 4. (11.4 los SellIturn 41.
to".. 110... I n.m. LOOP MMtuart ,lat.lr<< I p.C Oaaar Moatmf Two traffic .,. or th.> O'5oo$5 f'oot in on'S .In ettnart Mar ''n (VHatv. ..w,00or. ".\.h. I S SomarlO'o..nIp .. ". Sun 9lnl .... .. COMMISSION I
F -laoam ENta' Sod.. lIPS Lout Than un, ,.. Baalnaaa Maatlnfa caw were col" fnr Man In ronnlv nf .. nponco .. a..- w.k ',o four e0000eu' mf Pu0r5ss. .. Crn's t".t ( .. II l54t. on'd kwor
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I. .. I. knoll ued, fines were imposed i <>r
I p..., 11..01... .blot Yaakt Clubftnmmodonoo4g traffic cases and two indecent exposure I ,,,. folIos. la. rvtlttoui nam. to m"l ..4 OI""IU:" I. 0500,0 ..0.0'Omawr -. .,., I I. far and. C., Monobu STUART
Mawaaala U dsp ilepboon' tw" (s.Bimpn .. Po -1 .
Shrlna CM : : Ui.
tiaart AIJta Tanra. I pm. y.II' cawo, O case of public w"y A .| '1" jmtrftnn .r .04 no Ma. thla PralnaWfi .. ". a*< .. a .
Pi.utdont-JobS C <**r WI"rh .!>,* rnosTuoV5pIpT p5p ( lnO .r oC dlotrtfcMInn ane) fur fliliaekaraw .. BECITAR M1EP4C
lat 1'.... t p m, ...- P.oht Club .. bid .1 a..h_ intoxication received a suspended ......_ S.r'm-urn.l. n.I'sl,..._. (1.,ar of l 'Ormlt Poor ,nvmuqtq.nw ': a* -an'e r "f the WM

Ualtd CmmraM Trvila P.nldosb-.Puooom .- sentence, and resulted ana ., Iuon5o.. I" SOtul.u e'On.. sae I' .,..-. rtarMa f5nnb *f "f Le." -..* 'S otn.4.
Baolor Co.. -Ed Hov/ard lit .. S *. Bvaart bond anh 'y. V flU's II...rt.unOln,. 1...__ r tMk. 0'O,0O."... row.. aiaTtoxAU ""1 o LOG TM. 2.i I. 4tkMONDAYi
lat Tk... 0 .... IOU Hall e1ra'ur. '" ,. ........- 5 5. "..- II' atnrk Y'nts 'I'l'A Pt? .

U.. ta..rhtar* af tha CaiaVaraarP SluonI _. nod (rtfAWtiP I. Mtrar of atw.M. ,.... 1." 1. f1... "nE" |F art Florida

_irta_Mra H 1. Graanand "- -.,.. _*a I Coney ""ni was overrun by .,rtJa ... *.*t tkmw ..-o ot. 'msmowwwm S '" ,1unn..n.Om .", \ S am- .A'Pup4n..O.r>>* *ttof 4s.,411EV s..t (lip f1a1
fiataana Intar* ul- t'Si.r.a. .
Monday U HomaaUnity I' M. .Pb. LJbraarTaarlat it became Brook on > 'la aJ4 ".lnOV flr! WrBotmfl
_. OraW af Eaatamj far rablt "for "*** :" h.'I' W v hWic AIwI1I WtJcoM6C
a. Club A ; p "Ire
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V ISJ.dIA '... B aVaa. aUaaaila faaapla .. PttK Oct. 1.11 U. at >.|>,*.Oct. ..U. 1114 h"r a Oft ..Ut I "t .'U I. 5TI4 -







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Smoke Is 'I Home Building Section I Two Re-zoning Ordinances 1



Danger, He WarnsBy sn.w Are Passed by CommissionTwo I

tenoning"' ordinances pissed Arthur E. Sims Jack M H irim in
: RECENT BUILDING PERMITS their second and total l reading before and Daniel W. Me lure soled
On
muck land like thrive on aM12 I
Editor City Commission a recent against it. The ordinance was! thin
( analyst fertilizer, while onsandy
Florida Extension Service soil they need a nitrogen (Sept M ID Oct. 2)) m; e t third i without iny difficulty, accepted intact on second reading,
a had to survive I a stein. by a unanimous sole
There are dangers closer home plant Baxter food lilies such do as a best 5-7-5 if mivture given a Owner Location ContrncliNr DewlplUm' Amount tins attempt "before being. paused' Law (leery .asked. the opponents

than the rumors of a distant smoke. supply of their plant food prior No objection bad been raised. of the deletion if thev would
like column of an atomic explosion to planting! and several fertilizer! City of Stuart at a |public," : 'hearing" on !Spl 14, have voted! against it if the had
applications the Nut on Monday Joseph Gerry VIIRrvervww been shown that practically: : 100
during growing Demolish>> ....
In fact the smoke you may inhale season M. H. Hanlcy 108 Albany Avenue Martin objected to the rcron- per cent of the residents of the
while burning oleander trim Since mosaic disease is a very Southern Bell 718 South! Federal" highway. Kirbtwew Telephone booth S 400I ins of two parcels on Palm City area" were opposed to the re/on-
mings can be just as fatal as stron serious problem in lily production Stuart Ctlrysler-Plymouth, Inc. 1217 South Federal Highway f flllWt''n CarportRcnnxlil I 1JS)0( Road from K-l t to R-2. under the lag of the two parcels. The three
tium in nuclear fallout. be Hire the bulbs you plantare L, W. Uchty :2X( ) Coconut Avenue None I.(.OUOlJUO terms of Ordinance No. 3V1 designed commissioners" all answered "Yet "
This isn't to "throw a scare," from disease-free planting Martin Memorial Hospital 100 Amerigo Avenue ''I._ AJJit'ion"' ,,: ) generally ti> change to R-:2 Pausing without any opposition!
but it IK a good idea to avoid stock Our' -, 290) **.r Commercial property abutting were Ordinances 192 n n" *9which .\.
lot Avenue' 'alaa>lingbarlt 'Ot\V
smoke while burning garden de. There are a number of true lilies Martin Memorial Hospital Amerigo .t on. or near to. the new fotirlancaU. respectively rezoned a !sei
Fuller 8J4 Stafford Drive MM' tAposolopoulon AJ.Iitt"nsnj. "4 Pll' 3,111)0() ) S. I. The objection,.
bris during the clean 'em up and that can be grown in Florida The J. B. : was i re lion of McDonalds- subdivision
burn 'en up campaign this fall. one most generally grown is the Thomas R. Kirby 806 East Parkway Reklence: ..1f"'f'" { ." 14.(XX) newel" I of an effort which: hulled from R.I to C'-I.I and lot t and 4,
Remember, smoke from ivy or Bermuda or Easter! lily type of Sailfish Motel 801 I Smith Federal Highway CrW:,, Sign '.. I'''';: ,t 1*) an attempted change, a year ago block
from poison oak is just as potentas UUura kmgiflonint. This plant hasa 715 South Federal Highway ';> Shod 5(5)) The parcels concerned were lOll B Riverside Park from R
contacting the living plants range ot bloom from December Harvey Piley lerr4inNene Dick JtX) ,.8, "Mock: 2, 1I..ll'llliokPlII'k.! 1 I-A to R-2. .
F. C. Weber 307( North Riser Drive --- -- -- -
So beware of toxic smoke and through June.Another ( aril the"' east 2X( ( feet of the in
you feel well enough to beginan variety LJIiura phillippinvnM Kanner Land Company 249 West, Osccola Street Rtpairi 5(5)kits of section 5. township! 18 "'"lh. PAINTS-HARDWARE
Easter! lily bed. flowers in August and! range 41 east
Plant the bulbs of the tall- September. By nuking a succes Martin County?. Vice Mivorillmm' P, Toot \/mj&/7 AT 1.0363GA1VANI7
sion of plantings, gladiolus flow. moved that these. two parcel he
stemmed beauties at weekly intervals
AilditionAdtlition 1100) f ED
until well into November This ers can be grown in your garden! George Corgan Port Sukrno None Mtwd tarn( the ordinance and /iJ
will insure a longer flowering period every month of the year Catherine Williams Booker lId None 2,1151) Mayor Ray Cwke turned the t) \ PIPE
and adds to the chances that Narcissus plantings made now Mrs. Myrtle Whitman Jensen BeachInJiantown l'ltrt'de Remodel) 54111 chair owe lo lodt In order toM erlI PIc..I". s",.....
will flower better than plantings Martin AJdilionRes 1,0110) isund) the motion The motion\ W t
one of the plantings will be at as Snider Park ) PI. Cal I. earls
made next month or in December. failed! 1-2 when CommiMiontn ... ....
1: SumllM
peak at Easter time. rkrrlm ., ), and seawall 24,1551s
The flowers are also known as E. Destcr North River Shores Karl pool -- Moi.r Bn..k.. ,.. .1.... D-....,
Soil is no problem because riCII t: "daffodils" or jonquils." Skill P..... C.M. ..4 .ii,....
grow well in clay, sand, marl or The large trumpet varieties and \\II nUl.'oit.IURV.: : INDIAN RIVER SALESON
muck soils. However, they require the white narcissus bent. Mil VI ONE MILK NOJrNSKN .
Till -
paper are Th Florid." Stale' Turnpike An- -
moist t but well-drained soil. The House Has : BK.UII:
suited for Florida, says Dr. E W. Narrow Deep Advantages thorny has. voted that the right-of-
:aster beauties do not like soils Mcblwee, ornamental horticulturist way ivf the Sunshine Mate Parkway
hat keep their "feet" wet.
i at the University of Honda. bo declared a Wildlife Sunc-
Set the bulbs in three-foot rows These bulbs do best i in well- bury. with the co-operation of PLUMBING: Rl PAIRS
pace them six to twelve inches drained soil of medium fertility. the rioritlit Audubon Society AND ('()NSI RUCTION

part in the drill covering .i r'w' .. ..
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bout six inches deep. I
The amount and kind of Building Permits p
:er to apply depends on the ( I i

Ileathcote )) I Total $$53,000

Nurseries; Seventeen building permits t t totaling
SiMMK() ). were issued In R. C. LINDSRY
I Architect Designed Martin County last week. I.D
[Oriental Design A : Twelve city permits amounted LICial:e [.sr;!tsiaPLUM0'
|Complete Line of (hi $14.lO( ) and five county permit assseastcTORs

]Plant Material. The totaled S2K800- -- ________ ._u__ _____
Rivet Area's Oldest
?Nursery, Our 38th Year. Tops In Design COMPIFIF:

It,,Right off U.s. 1 at AUIOMOIIVRr

Lumber In Fort Pierce. ( ) .. ......--- r' RrPMKI
IlOward 1.5332.METAL. which 22 KINGSIGNS [ fL s.rc'
and the screened porch acts 4lf
not only at a summer living area : ,?
but also as a foyer The Jfoot-t BEDRM Oren
i '' wide jalousie. front door 1 I. on the
We Are Workers In Metal : nghthand aide of the house (see s1O
IF WE DONT HAVE IT plan), far enough,! from the cornerto I 10111) CHASONS GARAGE
WE CAN MAKE IT ( ) allow ipttte for an euiy chairat I CAR !w mr
the window. NEON SPECIALISTS ::1 1)1l. AT 7-13II

To the right of the front door N I alwte. sF ,........ HI....... N.xl
is a 6-fool-wide sliding d,.>r anda fort Pirns HOward 4-U9t
1.fool-\wide coat chlllt! (IC) with L c ----. I ..- ---- _
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: ( ( ) a pair of floor-to-ceiling htf<..kliliKHi U ZU PoCRHe -- -
t By the way, for a family
STUART PLUMBING who wishes an extra touch of 1-43--- Pl1
b METAL WOBKS ( ) wood, it is suggested that the .nfcer- HI "
.: M* ATlMtte T-OIJI Its age wall containing the cent c4ya- .as ( I II ,II
l : et. the bedroom clone! and! the ; I
linen clo-ct (II.I ) "be panellod I Invertical < '
.
LIVING RM '
birch or redwood
1 he ft'-i'! by 12-foot kitchen 47 FRONT I I
which opens into the 9 by 7-foot k l 1 l II I, JUINT! SROWELL

dining area, hn t )jakniwe dtxir' --
to the carport: and a Moot-wide heater (till) centered. so as lit .reach (fume( miguune: (The magazine FURNITURE CO.
jalousie window to the right of it. all parts of the house' equally well' is available at Vfs Um okShop
"
Motors The L-shaped. work counter con- (eb) electric coils embedded" In the err by mailing SI la KXNVrifiytvcond ( --I
Home Wiring & ( taint a double sink. (IS), a refrigerator plastered ceilings (c) electric busthourd Street North, Si P.ter DM AT 7-0804 We Che Gold Band Stamp
(RIa" pantry closet 1( ). radiation, or (d) an electric l ,"urg" 10. fta.l) _._ .
and 10 20-inch china closet - --- ---- -- --- -
Water Pump a by heat pump !located in the siorige -- -
; opening from the dining area side room or onside the house to provide
OPEN ALL DAY Counter. space (in three purls) I Is comforting cooling a* well as
located between the ..rl'liaRCniU ; healingHoni.
'! feet of wall cabinet, forming Nrt 104II,. slab-on-
an 1. over the counter are I., grade masonry' htme Its 1 eufcriorwalK OJ {b o
43
shown dolled on plan are IMnth-ihkk concrete
1h. 10 by I II-fix* corner bedroom .
: :i likuks with, stucco on the outside
,
facing the garden side fur
and the Inside
plaster on :
greater privacy has three window" its Interior are :2 by 4- : l' Millions Floridians @GB : I'
) (in two wall) and a foot cknet: Inch wood" game with platter on .; ,;: ) I
with floor.tO-Ctlhna: bifold doors ,
both side, the 4-inch-thitk: conCrete .
HIGBEE The 5 by 9-foot bathroom wedged floor slab I is lopped with I say... 0 i
between the bedroom and the 1 /terra/20 or resilient/ tiles, and the ei .
storage r'JIfth..* its entrance at shed roof I Is finished with while' 'moo" and
327OSCBOLA U"I" the! back of the J by Moot bedroom II marble you'll agree :
chip
( ) hall and Is handy to .the bedroom .
This ec onomical-l.<.vrMiil Home

There are several way lo heat 1 No. 704-81 was designed by .f.chiMct C2 m9 1 '

I this home: (U) an oil or gas ,wall'----..Ian_ .Reiner, editor of F1or ?':- oQJ

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News for Veterans thtri't No ;;tar I n''ameles!!' { .1



Issued by Keller ELECTRICWATER

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Melvin T. Disco of the florid I I The old program was limited In
Department of Veterans Affairs I Children, of veterans who died (from o super-fast lupir-sifi
announces that the Veterans Ad.ministration vutmi srrvice. Public law 86.'Ns INSTALLS ANY WHIM
I has : doors extended benefit to children NO FLUC8 -
for GI| education benefits ht children I of tervicenten who were killed\ during NO VtNTS' NIIOEO
; of National Guardsmen and the induction
period in the '' w Lot of hut water In a
Army Reservests who die a* a result t performance' of military duty. The r" ; hurry and pr.tlouaPWM '
of line of duly condition* and 'induction period include service 'e ot anmd, tool.
annual field training or armory since; ha JI/. I'''. A* a ftsurt slndab W
drill.VA ,>< the 19*) change, the Guard. + flee tM one yourepptWsndeainplumaln'

f General Counsel' Robert C. Bureau Union" aid. !, launched a w iltclrual l ntrtor.NewckMierlliMMrl .
Fable It said VA repjUuxis" + are n iJ)' so determine whether chil-
when you being rewritten so that childrenof : dress of guardsmen were. iliofhipMe I
civilian soldier who. die a* a for war orphan ..i.uncef .
invest at result of peacetime summer camp ble agreed "they wen if the
or drill training are eligible for iponor" death is a result of an
war orphans educational assistance i ,niury vr disease Incurred: during M
act benefits. .iruiual field training.. Also cow
5% Interest The Junior Gl Bill" entitles crest are line I of duty drain re- .. ar

CompoundedQuarterly service orphans so a awlwnunee "tiling from an armory drill In- Go All-EIECTGIC :
allowance of vp h> Shoot I ) monthly ,lln
for thirtymonths.. SuN**. DIMMI nested that some children: ..,\ors le ete It to eetsWietlee.Itk
tmce would he lower for part tMM (>f g..ar training The ruling war mued at War II and Korea in other .than
levered to Florida Reside* the request of Major lntnWin\ federal statue may aho ... eligible The tasmblie mtDion rat
I Mon Wilson, chief of the National i,"i Junior Ol Brit ......1fIC'I. He
Guard Bureau It dealt solely with vi1.1. that under VA regulation. .dlU.ion ..fourth m.jorprsre a ,
I guard eh shds1y.) However' a check s.orphans'. sthtilarthip aid| .has i iji ( ewt "in 10 year) makeaKumhine
a
wale the VA 1 MxJtcatm the rvUng ..<>. been availahle. t to children ) .Hwvk-e EWtncrty
First ,, airs apples! to rewrvms of the ,-t guardwnen' who were killed a lean buy than wig before. e '
i|i various service. Di.on *.W.I I .)"ring wartime federal service. ,
I I Crnliaa) soldier deaths during (OIIIHI! urges that fin. information. I an.u ve "a. not ,
Ike. MJucimt |>rrMMl" fad under the and' the new eligttMltfjr .he". brought .llr.wys .nrrst '"na.rn./t.ar.aMw.
r same betas ehphdity! re<|utremvnts i I' attmtiun of all' eliubie/ chit-
ifren' .at deceaMd guerdsmee and
for war Orphan aid a* deaths from :.
East Ocean .
rewrvrtf" Legtsbtion has been
a disability anting. cut ot active panted br Congress lo .breaoVnwt .
Corner Atlantic .pnUary Basal) M air service, Ibeitaior orphan coverage to chii4ren -
.| 01 ado prognm was opened of tervicemcn totally aad FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT. C 0 M P A N YOleander

W cnddren ot peaeeuste sere -sty disabled from servke afalgale IYt1aeae4 '" a

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8-C TILE STUART (FTa) NEWS Thursday, October 8, 1964

/ IJ/ I 11IIa..N 1I 1I 1j II Growth Rate More Than Twice That of the Nation



j I As Florida Grows Bigger, People Live Better I



I I I Reports Department of Commerce Census Study


Florida Is bigger than ever and the fifty states, the District of 1960 census. In that period, 377,- housing are less crowded, and
growing every year. As of July I, 'Columbia, and Puerto Rico. thirty-nine months following the are more likely to have air con.
1964 tome 5,600,000 people answered Marion A. Leonard, director of 000 babies were born in Florida, ditioning than the lower.income
to "Floridian. Add to this the Commerce Field Office in Miami 164,000 people died, and 368,000 families residing in the state's small
the 98000 men and women stationed says that the report shows more people moved here than towns or on its farms.
in the state as members of that Florida is growing more rap- moved away This i population When the census was taken in
r the Armed Forces, and the total idly than the nation as a whole growth of 580000((( averages out 1960, nearly 1,100,000 household
] come to almost 5,700000. 0 r The population of Florida increased to a net increase of 3.4 per cent living quarters were" occupied by
754,000 more than were countedIn 15.2 per cent in the four-year a year, compared with the natioral the people who owned them, some
the last national census of AprilI period, compared with 67 per average of 1.6 per cent. 316,000 by those with family I incomes
\ .l, I, 1960. cent for the entire U. S. population Florida families, Leonard add- under 3000. Five hun
: : The figures are from which numbered 191,300- ed, whatever their incomes, it they dred thousand household units
a
, report 000 on July I, 1964. own their homes are more likely were occupied by renters over
. f released by the U. S. Departmentof With her increase of 754000, to have newer and better quality 237000 by those in the low income .
m Commerce on Census Bureau Florida was fourth after California housing! to be less crowded, and group.Twentyone.
: i.: I estimate of tho population of New York and Texas i n are more likely to have air con per cent of the 316
,
: \ growth by actual numbers, but tho ditioning than lower-income families 000 homeowner units occupied by
percentage increase of 15.2 percent who rent, according to a report -I these low.income families and 41
I' I r put Florida in third place just published by the U. S. per cent of the 237 000 rentcr-oc:.
I Ocean Breeze amopg the fifty states. Department of Commerce. cupicd were in poor condition (dilapi .
y s The Census Bureau cautions The statistics, compiled by the "'aled: or lacking some or all
i ALFA that the 1964 figures are preliminary Departments Bureau of the Census plumbing facilities).
I Now thru NewsMRS. estimates, and that they will from the 1960 Census of Pop Among nonwhites in this under-
be revised next year when more ulation and Housing, show the relationship $3.OCX) income group, nearly 50"-
current information on births, between family income 000 housing units were owner-oc:
; ,wmrnm tk ROXY ENFIELD, deaths and migration will become and housing. cupied 62 per cent in poor condition
Wed. Oct. 14DAIRY Correspondent available Lower-income families residing ; and 89,000 were renter-oc:
'""'" The 1964 figures are based mainly in the big cities and suburbs of cupied, 71' per cent in poor con-
INC. on trends observed during the Florida have newer and better dition.
Mr and Mrs. Bob Barrett have
arrived for the winter from Webb
ROYAL Lake, Wis.Friends .

I -- in the park were sorry

to in Mason learn ,that Mich Walter He was Carvin all pack died f :

Chocolate Revel ed to come back here and Just as \ -'ji fBl1'li.
+ he turned on the ignition to start
\ his car for the trip down here he
dropped over the wheel and died ._" .
immediately. His wife died herea



tp; ICE CREAM HALF GALLON mer turned few Mr.in and years Schnectady from Mrs.ago spending Jack, N.Watson Y.the, and sum have i l 1Each '



: tFq .LEA Colorado.tin Richards We Memorial are sorry is Mill to Hospital quite report! ill that in Arch Frank Mar. 1 i 1'; : rltdIN1f.


Drummond has been, in the hos-

pital After too.spending the summer in ocrOIJi

\ Y' 69t Franklin, N. C., Mr and Mrs. "UfJn

\ : home Max: Smith here.have returned to their __ ;,- 4.. .Ol

The bridge club met Tuesdayat .Ia
t Clement Hall with two tables
playing. The pinochle club metin
Clement Hall on Thursday,with
'"
Reg. 99c three tables playing.
I ,
in October
Mrs Val MacDonald has returned year ,
for the winter after a summer a '
the nation observes ,
I t SAVE Now you can enjoy. Ihb.. "Up ..K....." good. kt cream 'ot"'l 69c a half gallon.! III. stay at her home in Joliet,
National Pharmacy t = t
You get lute and kite. of rich, tatty chocolate. WHIC meted through Royal many, Mrs P. E Beck arrived last '
week, from Port Royal, Pa., and is Week, emphasizing the j
3 0 ,
,c flavorful viMilllu. Ice cream. Treat your family" to Chocolate Revel tonight.! established for the coming season
druggists position in
I. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer Williams
__ have returned to their home on the community.We .
Fifth Street after spending the
1 summer with friends and relatives proud >
are
delightfully very j
ROYAL in Mcchamcsburg, Pa. Mr. Wil- t
I liams had the misfortune! to fall of our participation in t
ALFARJatnii.vui delicious/ before coming home, and is on ;
: crutches at the present time. this event and as '

\ N APO TAN Palm Beach'' After spending several monthsat '
\ UAIlty test; Silver Springs!, Mr. and Mrs. ever, vividly aware of

J Chocolate F T.. Lillie are home for the teason. our responsibility to 4.i.. k

ICE CREAM 11 ALP GALLON Almond I Mr. and Mrs Raymone E. Stiles every member of ;
have arrived for the winter after t
c.,4C.))>y9,-, Marshmallow being in New Castle, Pa, for the every family in our

I. FhaV'oa LScJor ICE CREAM! r. r summer I area in carrying out
%
Another returnee is Mrs. Jessie'
69cReg. r.i.. ...B..wliCKoc Ic. Armstrong front Minnesota. doctor's'
your
.... .
c. loxferf .1
SPEC : with !I.). .( Mrs. Harry Cooper I is expectedto
.1 :c... mlnUtttr-. ..*....hlte.. ?y arrive Wednesday from Rochester instructions perfectly, at
..... .
b N. Y. Her son and wife
\ ..>,))),>>>)) (((((( Area dvllehNM! flavor hi ontt! Creamy vanilla, pltiam:mlM?a:.. are driving her down and will visit the most reasonable t e

liweloin: strawberry and yummy chocolate. $1.29 1 Half '" here for a short time cost consistent with
SAVE JOe all month! Gallon. Your correspondent would appreciate -
if anyone !in the park uncompromisingquality. 4
would tike to have items of interest *
) I Ij for The Stuart News. Leave ,.
j them at my home at Fifth and I
LFAV mail box at office .
Pepper or in my
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\ : Only/ Thank you

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1 .., :.! sister. Mrs. Benwt in Miami. From ,
,. ::::11 inSoutheastern there they go to visit her nephew,
f i 1 H. O Benott. and wife, in Key SERVICE
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Mrs. John Togncrl la at home
now on Seventh Street after several

{: r Available from Your ALFAR-BOUTWELL\ Milkman or at these !Massachusetts.months visit! with her childrenin SALE & RENTAL

j Mr. and Mrs Dick Wren have
: }fine ALFAR-BOUTWELL\ Ice Cream Dealers arrived to spend: the winter at
'\ their home on Tenth Street.
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t Mrs. Karen Cram has returned
STUART JENSEN BEACH from a visit with her daughterand \
j family in TaU"haMCeMe WHEEL CHAIRS
i t Stuart Drugs there she was given a !lovely birth- _
Jen4 Sundries Jay party p
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t George Reeve has returned from ,
KOBE SOUND '' Commercial i BAA>!kl'>n. N Y. H, was accompanied
Street his niece and nephew
Nutmeg SundriesU.S.No.1 Mr, JY Mrv Stutt. for a Vint i
with. him at his borne oa Pepper
i'H' Street. PHONE 287-3443

: 'J PORT SALERNO Mrs. Kirk Stunion entered] St.
St. Market
Onge. M ry', Hospital !fat West Palm I
: Beach Sunday for an operation.
AlA Highway O'Connor's Sundries \\. hope that W will soon be Lob NetaMoff, Rtf. fharasacM
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} JUPITER f AlA Highway Brice HendmwM from Batavia, .a
Ohio b visiting his friend Char. PRESCRIPTIONSHOP
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v Jupiter Sundries be Foe They will make a short
visit to KKumrne.
Center Street and Old DKioJupiter

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