The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Election Just 19 Days Off; You'll Find the Sample Ballot on Pages 4-C and S-C Today


Audit Bureau of Circulations The Stuart News Gives You

i, :|.Guarantees; | Membership Your Ad Coverage \p 1. } t.flit- U n r t N t. Of Martin Complete County News Communities j :.



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rt Stainbaugh Calls Finance Questions "Insult to Our Integrity'
News oa Folks From Th r .
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RamblingReporter County Holds Off Action Demanding I

SPUTVL FIHllOV a Abolishing of the Navigation District J


The Stuart News w now prepar a\
ing in annual Winter Visitors Edi .r Jensen
tion. If you came here originally 1 s a r 4. Comes 1
as a visitor. please write us a letter w
telling what atracted you to per t s "4
manent residence here. Your letter t s s Woman Is
will be included in the special edi
tion. I r.r Again on

BUT-NO 1RA1LER! by Nov. 10thA

Jack Williamson, I Indiantown k.
commissioner, he thinks something r/ P
says .
is wrong with our' trailer ; \ 'ih" Car Here lengthy, sometimes emotional q
zoning regulations "They re preventing occasionally caustic and tllcn
a man out our way from f'f'I : '
I boring! session on the worthinessof
hooking up a trailer on his land- .. ,4T I A stiily-one-year-old Ocean the Horula Inland Navigation
and he own 8,300 acres and has ; ........ : ttrv\
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i' District exist
Breeze Park resident was struck to ended when Com
his own sewage treatment plant. .
: by a car while! crowing: State Road missioner Jack Suundcrson: Tuesday
moved to table tot
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SPILLING:\ CAN FLUB ; < 707 just north of the (park about a final decision on, Nov argument, 10

AND! IT DID TUESDAY r- I.f 6:10 pm. Tuesday, and was pronounced The Tuesday session, in which

As we well know on The Stuart ... dead on arrival at Mar. Martin County: Conmusss non did
News there are times when the ,. \ } o ::c ; tin Memorial! Hospital roost of the !'islcnmg while FINDolfielHls a<
: According to Sncriffs Deputy uitl most of the talking,
bent of spellers can flub. And who- l a .
Ray llcisley, Miss Helen Mast was centered" on a move by the
of the chart- '*
ever one county
got up t
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graphs with which Colonel Her .. \ .. -.Lf struck by a car to ask Rcpwcnladvo' William L: ;
man Schull illustrated his talk for ..- ...1/;/.. : Wayne Juhn Kendall sixteen, of. tsar Owens to Introduce legislation
FIND "flubbed t beaut. What I Jensen Reach; Kendall, and a fiff a f. yl abolishing the district! and placing /
was GAVEL to remember us by" was presented to Congressman Paul O. Rogers by beaming Re teen-yea r-old girl passenger told I Its duties in other hand
out to William E. Owens at the Farm Bureau supper Saturday night Retiring Fart Bureau the deputy that they dicta H:. Mis In making his resolution to ta
capitals !! !, Albert Krueger, u seated beside Rogers. New directors were elected. M lilt until she was sprawled( across I ble Commissioner Saundcnon re-
the hood of the car before falling
ft '' IIIRrF these marked/ ) 'If I hear that we
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t to the ground median of I S t few feel north of going to have to give up Long |l\r
Henley charged: Kendall with paints, planted on t tlrip a
Gains Against Cuba and( lo build bulge. ,
a at Hollywood
PC I driving with faulty equipment The the Stuart city limits. Infinitely Improved the northern approach somebody: to havea
generator on the car was pH working \W the city hut their l pluming was/ not viewed favorably by the fi ,hand going, '
FJ : : ': ; I the deputy said, as 'the result City ('ummlllllion Monday I threferred: : j to the tint that

honored Predicts Mexico to of which the left light Will out (cloncl Herman. W Schull a rc,
of 1 completely and the! right one' was Action Should) Ho Reconsidered : j lirJ,Army\ I:ngineer who is raid
dun .. .....
: very 1** -* f manager.. fur the district hud slatd -

Castro 1 by 1,965!! .I of Miss'*lho Mast Town'had on burn Wheels".a resident since Beauty Passes Gily Lfmiis- ; r ( around arlier 391 thai(!W/JOO it was to wtUwr going fri\. ,,txr,ql*,'
her Mrs.
to live with
tint coining wstor on lha rout* In'" '.)Iout $IOII.I( > XXeojincwlng >
Geneva Reel. t twelve\ years ago and

many engaged years ago when! I spoke Foundation cuiucrvalion I ErneU Lyons 1a"J"" eeci(1;..> l. "Mclslcy witniMxcs.said there Kendall wets remainedwith no other Gels Slapp&l id, ..iFa ci part ot PJ.KU survey to complete expenseafcutof ,I

many said Con _mll\! Paul G. Canon mentioned that prollr.w-1|tI'-or'. Award recently at TalU- Miss Maul until Mayor Harry the" prujcctj 1 h. board uv'. r iim

a "Russian ships were off tin County met, PM I IUHK:* in this progranu HiAe had called Heislcy In she,' .y RUNNY AnirTT\ thi'u.CJUO altocated: by the city, land salts are If nevetsary., tt>, ",.IMthe a't
coast carrying missiles to Cu and the "$",(XX raised. by the Gar money taw art am K MO. 1
\ '--+-- scene Town Marshal Richard My slog was sick 'fullllliayn'Drn. Original Mme! of contention .between
county salb, Hole assisted. Hel ley In directing ."., end so war I.I I.I I.I I. 11I:1t.1lb! among Martin aunty: tho eounty and the I I' I I."N D.
spoke in the dining room of Postmaster in Mediterranean could a* well a" Stuart, resident bad
times traffic sine Miss blast not I don know what my dogs was the navigation" body refusal
Inn, Indiantown. addres J be moved from the middle of tile problem was-4>ut I was sick: al been. spent on the project Inside &hi make available for recreation
soldier, 125 Martin County Farm roust until Dr Richard: Q. Penick Mart, ,because the man who .1.l the city purposes Long Island south of St
members, their wives, pub- had given first aid Both tier legs", moot tingle,handedly beta bcautl- ((2) Hud spent til I on having LUCM. Inlet a of real|
Reservist WestIs piece surplus:
and last Sat- Navy nine fine date palms slug out of' in*
of guests at were broken Hoitlcy .aUl lied U. S I, had been humiliatedMonday state Kqulnd for and
copy annual of, semi (ungl of Shepard Park (do : peanut*
to his night meeting She died while on the way to night : :* for which it asked S2lXuoo-) .nut:
man, County Farm Bureau : the hospital/ In the Jensen Beach: IU was not being reprimanded you nil. know where that Is7)! ). and In peanuts but In money
den, was here that I received a Samaritans' ambulance City Commission/ assured Winiani prepared them for transplanting: It was than that Martin Count-
-it call that the President of Home from CruiseA She was born at Barberton, Ohio, i. Amber, paid tuperinicodunt of had contracted. for lit nine palms/ ly's chairman of the board, frank
State had called oa all and 1 had served In tho WAG for city parks and unpaid chairman/ of to b* transplanted. for $450had Wacha, a certified' Public account
lit: of Congress for an (im seven years/ seeing: service in C'e,. the L. S. I BcaulificttiiHi( Commute > had nine hole dug, M the median ant, began digging, Ito stale atktiu.
1O briefing on that crisis. Mediterranean vacation of I Russian cruiser observing NATO many and Japan during World *. but h* had overstepped sirlp of U. S. I I. one Inside. and ,for the past fourteen year* and
: word of God Bless Ameri three weeks wan all expenses! paid exercises The foreign vessel was War II. She wa a former employ th* mark" eight a f,w feet outside, the city'srawthera : cam up with the amazing fact thai
of sung by the group in this I I was the reward given to Postmaster I clot. enough for thus on the carrier of Goodrich Rubber Companyand Th mark war the northern trots !boundary, for SJ)6 (a FIND had spent<< S6IO.HV7\ on
trict were ringing in my cars as Bob West Stuart, by the Navy to see women member among a brokerage firm (In Akron, of tIM City of Stuart total of $921)) and 1 had had six salaries ntt In the period,
Martin 1 to that briefing. And. be Department for hit outstandingwork her crew: Ohio- had worked at Ijingford Ambler. In his enthusiasm to of the palm replanted! one Inside but only $46,4 for rlghct-of-wy/ ,
the : i me I am mighty proud of I II as a first class petty officer While in that area the rcserv Marina office last summer and draw UM attention of southbound the city and ,fiv, miuxU, all atn Wacha' Tuesday f flrtd mm* eau..
: : in the Naval Reserve! travelers I.to. th fact, thai they were east' to the city, except that,
back ists were given a tour of the ancient was currently employed at Bryan'sPharmacy i Ik barb it FIND. for operating
cent U I I haven done to get! Leaving Stuart at noon on Sept Island of Rhodes which has : Jensen, Beach approaching\ the city-there'* no true, tIM palm were city property three office*--one al Runnel!, one
back ( Castro! yet! he sat"but a 19, ha was aboard the Carrier figured in to much world history In addition. to Mrs. Di*.z. Miss sign to tell them to-liud without The value of the. palm ws* at Riviera Beach', and a third at
assessed "btwnS2
ber of solid program it under way USS Roosevelt! in. t b* Eastern En rout home, th* men were treat. Mast I Is survived by her sutler-in- consulting tM Cily Commission variously West palm Bch.; 'for hiring a
whisper: to Communist Cub has Mediterranean by 7:30: p.m. the ed to a one-day tour of Spain in law. Mrs Mabel Mast alit of cf"btr-: -: oI.da'l. reduced: by 60 per cent. Th next day the vicinity: of Seville. The return Ocean Braze Park (I) from County Com- (and "hopefully" )V according: lowhether lend to the paper work of spend
crop I II failing: its value hal Bob was one of eighty-two outstanding I trip to the U.S. wa mad via mil!. Friends may call at Yale Jensen nlatslnn\ Chairman frank A, Wa. they remained' in conv log $56h5a( yean; and for othcrwlM -
'CAL' cut in half Cuba's foreign Naval Reservists (from all biry transport )etPostmaster Beach funeral I Horn' on Thursday chi permission to spend $1/.21X1SI f'lratJttJoI4uuy: i in ShrpardiPark spending money In anunaonome
situation Is disastrous. The over the country to take part in a 'I Went said the experience from to 9 = will ( .(100( from th* Garden Club of or signed In regal splendor : and Inefficient man
of American State maneuver called l l "Deployment i wa the highlight of his military b* held Ial the funeral on Stuart; $200 from Martin Loon, .1 I the northern approach: M Stuart !lied."

Don't Sunda"A placed a diplomatic aid eco East in which they observed career, the active part ofwhich Friday at 2 p.m.. with an. New- ty Taipayert AssoclutkM)) which Gbason W, Sumhaugh, chairman
... blockade against Citro. NATO military exercises in the was spent in th* Caribbean ton M. Tweedy pastor of Jensen. had been donated for the' beautIfICation The digging of the hole and the of FIND, took umbrage at
Parker b persistent policy if paying Mediterranean and U S, coastal 1 water dur Beach Community Church off of !U- S. I outside! the city 'transplanting" pf the sit palm (haw Waeih" *'a figures calling hit vww
Friday. Chile and Bolivia have Tho men were flown from Me. ing World War II.I sting I imiit. CuAkUlvrably I maxi than (Continued on Fag 2-A) point "small," and saying: "It'*
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OalLant : r'.... Comm G : ,.t...: F: Bale.. N. ". I .1.- .1. eleven '
: "' \ V '" amain sore ar ores I. Y' - - -- -- ii amuiuw imuu iv men a
I and. : ; only Latin American nation rect to the Naval Air Station at Integrity. Ours it the mmc *cnn ,
by has failed to go along so Rota. Spain, on the Atlantic Cast Hurricane Could Hit here Thursday Afternoon or Friday omy-minded' of any" !hoard In FlorU -
I ma Phi Mexico: -and I predict that of Spam northwest of Gibraltar. PJ' r-f1'r-, M the t J.A. W.'r,emltled to
the will repudiate Castro by This part of tile trip was mad in 12(1 pvr diem and 10 cents a mil.
"ttM.W of tile year a Boeing 707 jet chartered from travel but only lake $10 a day
downfall is going to com TWA Isbell Brings Area Tornado Warnings and 7H' cent a mil baveL (.M
W* have mad pees prog- The flight from Spain to the audits comoMnd u,"
toward that pl. carrier, moored near the Island "No they don'I." snapped. W*.,
A cd by William E Ow- I of Rhode H the Mediterranean I The weather report looked I Th II am bulletin from tae down. IcmraredWinds. (CnntintMil on .Pag J.A)
hear was County representative off the coast of Turkey, was made gloomy at press tints Wednesday Weather Bureau had Hurrkan llwr are tmlicalltM. oi 1 slight of eighty rides *n Mow --- -
of a acted as' master of ceremon in a military transport plane. A bulletin from the Miami WeaIher I /IsUII.. centered al lalitud :".7 nonh*. ttiflLlIurrlCanf wr estimated at she center, and w.earnrarsaBigjcst ...
er coflgnmman said that this During their stay aboard In Bureau. Issued at 9-IS: *.m., north longitude 112:! 2 west moving : warnings *VT* order son Incrtan in Intensity' was *%.
prove should remmdd him of the old story aricraft carrier hi* party sw a I put tornado warnings in effect lorI northeast at (fourteen, mil'** an. :e4 putted over ark. Ukcbsite petted 1 Unlay) (yaks wars "JIII'-"I' ; BargainIn
of Diamonds. H. told of -- !the area south of a line from Tampa I hour. which: should bring it W and frunt I'ort IJUMlcrital/ to Vero ,I e4 J to spread eighty' mile*. In aDdircctiun
recently struck at Fclda II I to Vero Beach during the hour j Martin County by Tnundny. at"-j Beach. *. Advertising
1'f workf' largest lemon grove FISH FRY FOR ROGFJU from 10 '.m. to 4 pm. Wedncv I noon if it continue Us speed and If the storm. pastes MriN land Reader ace idvlsvd to keep
I at Indiantown. of the tre A fish try will be held oa Jim day courtar by l/uly if it slows Itt fury may b* *ipcct..... hay
I Italian .:, payroll at Pratt & Mbit- I sen Beach Causeway for Congressman any stars? A who. !* M, tf
ter than I Paul G Rogers on Saturday, -- ye.pI...se a c......" .... d BeeIbis
in the are the envy of people I Oct 24 at 4 p.m.. rt was announced I ( .U Tfce !Strum News
i Of a ,, the world. They long to I al a Democratic executive committee ; w.aarriwos. aaa
: i our shoe They long for meeting here. I I
( Wasted T. \1M.) II
freedom and opportuna'iet.'* I IMiy (
Also a JIS a plat dinner will
I President Albert Kru- 8* kid oa Thursday Oet 22, at ..tIIC: +
II election of a new the Shops Lantern to ran fund N USED: .lIctrio rtfrigcrabirOoud :
I I of director Its next formal in support of parry candidates. I condrtion. Quote best
II. will be CM Nov 10 I Haydon Bum, Democratic candidate vM cash, prlc*. Writ Box ..i !
s Cason. manager of t fur governor, will b* her ( ,, b5 Stuart (tf)
TH Soil Conservation I on Friday. Oct. 30.Lug i1Y i
i presented certificate It'l Ms AusUr., pM tot ..ice
Lets medal to Martin """, t III.alxn -M glace .k .ha (..O0
Weeks W..tJ.T. ..
and not ._
for striped bass plal copies of Ik Start Nr
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5 tIn< h, work ROM WNAam. for I iii: : n H .e I CMMly In Pins .tl
i ) II on sea turtles and spiny I ,: .t -:: r M .utdat* at M tins chart.

: and Chute A. Baca-; I SI' ft I : It ..U b* MiOnl. Ii.* U..tcI
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for his dedscatsd CIIJIItrrf'- II.
a +f ..
[l1CY (forts in comcctioN nab the .. .. eat y-
1 1 7.re.rstees Iw W. T .I I 3410 5. ..... ew that away
A.vdem Sanctuary *" Jupiter to LM Is ;;r)U "1'r."Oa L W pssrsrils.R.wwnhn..
i A.se. 5 .n. P.s.w4
I' \ I Poy, who was uiiaM to b* ( II s.4.rwr i' .,11 as I regwbr rhattftxl ,.
I for to* sod comennsuoa I I. It., .J J''I ,a aYh yt., ell'' i Pl IN '!>. Gawp News
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I. &ba&they Mi! "" I' well* award the uuwki*.. fas canan FkriJa- 'I ue:. tI ISii it n7, IIJ a::: ''.Ie::. TNHasa. COCVraV I- of Tee >$i.eat l-4 tt Likwty- wag easepsi. deJicatlsss *........* lot th* mm putt trffic* al lodiMtowa I .J lid"s -..- .

Church '. Fedcraltun-Scar* Roebuck Ds. ... a. La" ..dN ,.. ben rtf tW tmwMfc. grade *| WaifwU. Svkiwl .. uWy twA part let Satirdey


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A IANI n ASP1IAIT BASF for the first blacktop/ road in Liftle shown at work pn Tarpon Street, the first to receive the paving
Pi>*!i, want m Friday, OH. 8. fmployei pf Dukerwn, 'Jnc are treatment, The project t i It berg ficamly welcomed by area residents.

Paving of Streets in Little Dixie Has Started

Friday, Oct.. 9, wit a big day streets will be installed at a cost: |ng borne by a revenue certificate Other U tile Dixie streets to he
Irlo Bronson in Little Dult, for that when. of approximately $85.500, A further issue! of $180000 validated ear paved are: Nassau, Bahama
Dickcrton, |nc, contractor, Mart- $2L50Q M gone to installing' Florida year and backed by the I Spruce, Bayou, East and Central
ej pouring, land asphalt' base on similar; streets i in Stuart old townsection Power & Light Company avenues and Tenth, Florida I I
Tarpon! Avenue, the first street in west of I the fEC tracks. franchise! tax. The remainder'of Church, Lake and: Seventh streets
in the ever to be paved. In addition to an assessment! of the $180000[) will be used for the The money paid back in assessments
advertisements area
My lifts been calltd series of ,
to a your Altogether 26,945feet\ ( a lit- $2 per front foot on owners of maintenance of paved city streets j will go into a revolving fund
w/iicltiyo.u stress your ACCOMPLISHMENT/ SENIORITY AND tie more than five milts, ) of paved I abutting property, the cost: it be-. previously installed. for ,future street improvements,
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1J'/SDOlJl allot f which arcAMBIGUOUS !MORE ABOUT :reconsider this action. A great is a straw ballot Please fill it out
opportunity was missed for city- and! mail it in:

Delays RamblingContinued county. harmony. I The Stuart News,
and EXAGGERATEDNow taken We of believe the citizens that if of a vole Stuart was as Box 1047, Stuart Fla

Action FIND ( from Page 1 1-A) whether this i beautification
on to I I am a Stuart resident and tax
after 22 claim to in office. You givento I should be extended 600 feet past payer I favor ( ) replanting
years you you were the city limits, the response wouldbe I' of the palms. I oppose ( ) replanting
Until Nov. 10 bought a bag of the season's first
have spent in the State Legislature, us by a recent reapportionment. grapefruit at a local market Saturday to do it-and forget about the of the palms.

suppose you tell', the public of these So with all the honors you heap (Continued from Page 'I-A) I have. ever'It Is eaten the this best early grapefruit in the artificial Just to boundary prove the point, here I Signed ....... ... .. ... ..

superior attainments Don't "be upon yourself spell them out cha They show that you havea season," he dtclured Incidentallythis JAU.II -lSEYMOUR'S
fuddle" the issues, because the pub. diminishing surplus and that, man and his wife eat at leant
lie is entitled to know. As you are tell the people of these accomplish. in the near future, you are ,going jwo avalldble.grapefruit Can anyone a day when beat that it is? INN
to have to levy taxes again"The
well aware, Martin County did not merits. F.I.N.D. hearing began, ,, to j
Good Food & Mixed Drinks
when Henry Beckman, who repre. SCHMIDT SPOKE TO The Home of f
tents Martin County on that board NATURAL MJtNCE: !: CROUP *
I II' II Introduced lames J. Barnes of Steve Schmidt, former directorof Cocktail Lounge and Package Store Open Weekdays 10 I.m. 'til
You say, 'Don't trade experience-for an experiment! St. Lucie County, Scambaugh and Martin County museums, addressed Sundays 1 p.m. 'tO
Colonel Schull the Natural Science Center DINING ROOM: CLOSED FOR TIlE SUMMER
Schull, farpiliar to Martin Conn- Conference, Oct 14, in West port,
Two of your hired employes, whomI sometimes taking samples of my ad. tians Engineer If heading Corps several the Jacksonville year ago ,of Conn promoting He spoke a planetarium on various through phases/ 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS

shall call )INVESTIGATORS, vertising material. Who instructed when it was dumping vast quantities the cooperation: of the community 2 BLOCKS NORTH JENS N BEACH CAUSEWAY

11\\ have been appearing at certain them Is this act an EXPERIMENT water of into muddy the St Lake Lucie Okeecnobee went intoa the The Natural conference Science:is for sponsoredby Youth

places very soon after my visits:. ? lengthy review of the navigation Foundation and covered: many aspects -
\ dulrlct and its i priOr toll ,u- of conservation youth mu- .... ." ,." ..N o.tlc8/"
tfrnrttr'for TWnlnety!' seiirns, and exhibit in
years programs

a II Now'Iet's: take ACCOMPLISHMENTS II IIThe federal With government charts: he showed has spent that closeto the the/now natural director sciences.of the Schmidt Science, whois Mu- We Are Closet!' for Painting,

$26,000,000/ on the project and Ileum and Planetarium in West Redecorating and Vacations
the navigation district 11,500000 Palm Beach, will also participate
accomplishment for which the retired people plus the To complete it. with twelve.foot in a panel discussion on:'Science i Grand Re-Opening Sunday, Nov. 1
you many Miami he estimated, it and Research in Action i A resi I
with Luncheon and Dinnera
t. are best remembered is your vote many unemployed and those required r.tkC. kC: $10.240,000 more in fed 1 dent of Jensen! Beach he is a charter Complete

tr for an increase jn cost of license to accept Public' Assistance. eral more! funds from and FIND about An$1,300000 obligation _i Center member of the Natural Science lANGFCPD'S(; ()

tags this against the will of the Would you call this an "ACCOM- involving about $900.000( ), he FRANCES

people. With your untold wealth PLIS1IML} NT" or was it an "EX- said,and was widening to share in bridges cost of raising I MORE ABOUT .

this additional cost would not hurt PERIMENT." Tell the people "You've "had that responsibility, Beauty Gets a RIGGER '
said "but
sine* 1949 Wacha art
you, but did you stop to, consider Senator, they should ow.II apparently) lust now assuming its QUr RESTAURANT
He noted that there had been no Slap I in Face "
Let's costa of widening the new Jensen (Continued from Page 1-A)
some ? draw span." on one the of route the.narrowestblockades Ing three empty holes), had been .
done last weekend. 1-- ----- --------
Both Stambaugh and Schull frequently I
it slat
Monday evening was
I.. conalder }h. leglalailoa. commonly called property ownera who re.ld.ln adjoining Orange referred to the value of ed,By members of the City Commission BOX; OFFICE OPENS
"THE FAIR CASH VALUE LAW." 'Thla "was County. Your Court action will prevent th* FIND. as the authority with dealt I t and the city manager had II: "a 6:30
which the federal government
conaldered before tbt Commit! of Taxationand ; received "numerous' complaints"from ii. IS SHOW TIME
of the the Tax Colltctor. and the requesting funds [
certifying Tax: Holla to agency city taxpayers. "One reporter J1'1
f Inane*, of which. I am Informed you art from itWacha. received fifteen calls," it was said 7.09 I
And. aa. know It even cauae the$
you may( made the point that, other -
Chairman. Favorable action "was given It and (fortunately it waa not a Stuart I
closing of th. schools and th. children' lunch civic: : groups, including the state
It bcam a law effective 1964, Now ibis very and counties could act with iim- News reporter) Wednesday" (qru Saturday
unUaa they are ,bl. $to borrow $to Ambler was not reprimanded I _
law which you recommended la being fought ilur authority. the minutes of the meeting may '.
IQ I th. Court of Oaeeola County. by you and continue tb. program. I was Informed that Stambaugh mad. the point that honestly state, but he received Ii p :osa.aas.sc n:
"we /lose all federal funds for i
other WEALTHY RANCHERS AND LAND. already County employeea "went without pay this project may jf we fight about It at some The very City sharp Commission slaps! on the had wrist generously o e I
OWNERS. On. VHS la docktd 0 a Tyaoa ri.Lanler. this pail "week, Perhapa you don't care. Surely home"Ha called for unity I In ( made available $2,(XX) for I
." Mr. Wad. Linltr aa you know lath aome other action could be taken without go "backing: the wa' rways. you'll a job which.Ambler's planning and I o
Aaaaor and I la obliged to carry out the Ing to such extreme.. The blggeat aurprlae of ruin," he something told Wacha.vital for He all defendedthe Florida labor (largely unpaid)) included !
worth $100.000 atleast
Law. othtrwla under thus leglalailon. h. could all la, why you "would fight In Court th. vry land sales policy of the board was" lit probably its publicity value to Stuart :
removed from Office. Just th. other day. bill you approved. la tbU FORESIGHT OR at having been "ordered >y AttorneY Since making the funds available j v
another lull was entered. Thus tlm by you. HINDSIGHT SENATOR Surly you can't At General one point! Dick$iambaugh Uvmr said the commission had done little I r
about the matter; the planningand
IRLO BRONSON{ and Wife Joined In by other pall It -WISDOM." that FIND was cooperating: to execution of the beautification t9f
get Long Island in recreation UM was left to Amjhler's committee
by leasing it to the stets lor $1a I composed largely of residents
year while a plan is worked outside the city, and In. one case, t tt

What kind of lawmaker are you? out"CommiMioner Jack Williamson outside, it the was county laid But had city:already taxpayers

advised! a delay in action and Com- belly-ached about the fin palms ; '
missioner Ed Miller concurred.' being moved outside the city. ...
When Stambaugh said$ that Hoe -the must come back
So-' palms !
Tell the people Senator Ua might! I low federal funds, Saunderson decided the City Commission unanimously
," commented! dryly: "Wjrelosing -l'ut not all of the palms.
/ our recreation landi"As The first three immediately northof Ff Q.
would to the non-taxing basis so looked fine
they like to know! the boundary to rsanaaerSundayMonday'Tuesday
waved banner
strongly as a that byF.LN.D" that they could stay The next
Wacha commented
two must com
UM recreaUM real I erfate. theyert
So that Ambler wouldn't be too RECOMMENDED ADULTS ONLY
selling might b e of far more 1 the magnificent FpR
badly penalized
YOURS FOR BETTER GOVERNMENT value to the public than the lax I sum of $)00) of city money would
costs.On I be made available to cover, the CRRIOLIi
the basis of taxation to operate cost of re-digging, re-transporta
FIND on its average costa, lion and replanting. Any cost

he Martin remarked County"It$1/126 would.only year./ coat Indian he above borne the by$100 Ambler.must, presumably, IIKU _

JAMES B. WATSON River $741', and FlagUr $57" Ambler had to Wand on the
He said that the lion's share of carpet tape rt and 'like it. He took
any ui would! be borne by Palm" it. but he obviously didnt like it; ONLY ONE GIRlWTH f
Beach. Broward and Dad counties. and neither did did my I, and dog neither apparently

Early Tuesday morning the edict FIVE Q .
GLASS IS GOING of the five commhs one went :
The county" .haa. granted permission Two treeS were taken out baylag
for Harold Class, building with the three hole never LONGING
1 inspector, to attend the Southern fill!*!. fiv. luce wet holes in the
SENATOR Building! Code Association meet median .strip ready for trees.Editor1 ,,
lag at M l obile. Ala., Oct 25-2*. Note The 'bawd it
: .
.' I fine Munch of men and they show
..: COT PAUlWI' JJCJNd good judgment 99 per cent of the
.. c,.... .......... ............. 1 1I Darin McOin was granted per time- but m this cat they rt- / e S p l 1f l
I ( ttJnrat 1 Ucr!"v 'by lilt Bowled fc> HtMur* too quickly i
pcIU"4iyMal" | T ', at least! ia out cftmoa ThrythauU

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STUART (Florida) NEWS Ihunday. October 15 W4 3t'ilttta -\
__!_ _. .1 Girl Scout

AI.s. Sims ResignedPersonnel ; SPECIAL ROUND-THE-CLOCK

r .... LeadershipCourse

By School Changes Board Monday Made hank WJeMhlp SetA tralntaji

course. for Girl Snout Waders, "svlfl l SALE
Personnel mutter occpied moM I $40 a month to transport students beam TKwsJay Oct. 11 I and "wilt Jo HOURtI''
of Mond.A night's school) board from Martin Grade to Booker he Md for three oons cuiiv* Thursday
! meeting. Parks School. *.
The resignation of Mrs. Wilma A $4,200 annual pay position It will he held from 9.V: > '.m.
Sima science instructor was accepted was established! for "air conditioner to 12:30 .mFI in the communityroom
with regret. She has served maintenance custodian.: of t National Bunk,
for thirty-seven year Janitor re- Mary Smith part-time librarian, and will he directed by Mrs. Let RECEIVED Safe Starts 7 a.m.
: Kel field director and Council JUST
wgniitions were accepted from Carroll will .receive "three-fifths of the < Hancock. Martin High, and regular$40 travel allowance. trainer. Come Before Ilrcakfast!
Leon Taylor. Jensen Patricia 'will $200 The COON is designed to acquaint -
Bench. Mover receive
300 TIRES!
Appointed on recommendation for Junior High cheer-leadinq.Louis leaders with the frameworkof y Free Coffee!
and to
the Girl Scout
( program
by the trustee', Avis -
son! Stuart Junior were High English Dicker- maintenance Funk supervisor air! conditioner, will receive equip thl.'nIth !the knowledgeand I 'I w...1JMw.. .....,..tIre,1Iotte are p.. .
and Mary Smith ; skill needed for (their jobs. 'S_ ......I.M.Li"d..d.rt. .d.IN*.*ifMM IMargalns
countywide part- $40 a month travel allowance .. ..eYa aM.. wss_'" tIMoooo"
It \I. offered to all new troop .I. w w pr '
time librarian us tong\ as he uses his own car. ,..1 c_ I. s.a llq ,-,_ r
adults, those" who have had a .I.
Raymond B. Synder was homed to A.U.uai"lee piias&. a-. _,..,,, ....Ne GENERALfpELECTRIC
in active service w I 11 h a 1 I
lapse ...... ,
janitor at Martin High, an was AI. and to active leaden "who "" a.o1r.N ia"raw w aq the
bert Ficnem.mn; Patricia Properwas Owners of have troop not yet had a basic leader. ." Chant.ver* PURCHASE-
named student helper in thepurchasing SPECIAL
ship course. ,;,,4 kit end laud tlree -liurryl
department; and Her
bert Gaincs janitor at Murray Weedy Lots FREEINSTALLATION World's Largest Franchised,-

High. Head I ''General Electric Dealers V j
requests were granted to .!' YI
Mary H. Smith Emma A. Washington Get NoticeThe '
Joseph A. McCoy, James B.P.W'sResigns: Roand-tte Clod

C Williams Wondull., Johnnie Ernest Shaw Fdwanls.Eli/abeth. Felix weedy county'lots*resulted"get tough"in a policyon resolution a NO MONEY DOWNI FREE Utr.. : iniiK i5ST: t.1RAIION TEIMS_as LOW as 1125 WKIY[

Link Fannie Jackson' George Ren- directed! against six proper JUST SAY
wick Ernest Ray Roberts Lillian PERSONAL PORTABLE TV
Dassori. John Gray and Jack ty Ordered owners to Tuesday.clear their propertiesor ; h 7 CHARGE IT PLEASE '11*FOUNDS LIGHT M.is
Smoiisc face clearing and billing by the At Its meeting! Tuesday evening, u11MN1'1 qLL ?. a_...... u_."_ SaudYhA 0.r'I'M/ '
Alberta Williams was granted county were: Oct. 13. the Stuart Business and 15" ......... ,,..;.. ..MAIN, .".... / I
Professional Women's Club ac* 13" 14" & TUBETVPETUBELESS
r- Daniel Shaw Hobe Sound, a' cepted the resignation of the rrcsidcnla 94.88 II.tI WUKLY ,
Gomez Grant lot; Airs Lida L. MennlO r. SIZESAVAILABLE Sill e -
Paul Morphcw. Jensen Beach, a
Mrs. Menninger has resigned due to
a lot in Jensen Bach Homesilcs '
Charles H. Fielding. Jensen; illness; Mrs luihclla Evans form BLACKWALLS Filter-Flo Automatic \VasberU.
k erly first vice president, has accepted -
Beach, two lots in Rio St. l-ucie; the position of president.The .- WHITEWALLS
I O'hrystul K Anderson West members voted not to General ElectricS
sponsor Ry
I Palm Beach John C. Parkinson!
a Halloween dance as they did
s Island, N. Y., and
Wantagh Long last year and to put a decorated S Capacity 3 Load| ConlroKt
i Hiram Slayers Lantana lots. 30, cur In the Christmas parade. t s Cs. Check These Tires T* tp. t'imlroh Porcelain. Tub
31 and 32 respectively in St. I.ucieI '
9 I River Heights.! Mrs. Mildred Greenfield Mrs. FOR r S S Vr. UarraiityNOW
Emma Role, and Mrs. Lillian '
The I In.
county attorney was '5' CompactsimportsNOYJ
strutted to inform Ralph W. Bork'of Simmons will attend at delegates
State Beard in C"car- JUSI 1 l 18900
the meeting HACK W ll \
Hollywood and Evans Bo>kin 1.00 a'3 COMPACT till
of Massachusetts that liens are water Oct.
I r I R I Npw 9USt .r
being placed against their properties :
for lot-clearing: charges. 2 fo:24 tax

HUSTON'SOFriCE Complete-circulation-of the Gets N GliNHKAL HIILSPHIiD : : IC .st: ::: ,

EQUIPMENT: blood through the entire human ar A W"r ylp, t saw MM' erN At*>."*.tM.<\ DRYER
i Term Wd ., ? -r::: t T ,, tabbwAte'
5-year S a ii>J 'M cunt
Osceola Aeenue.287.2399 body requires only about sixty W aI.I. .U.". CAPACITYI
NwM 1
seconds. I 11.11 '.10 i 13 COMPACT till SLACk WALL II OR 230tLT SVARIAILE
-- Larry Wayne MllltI eighteen ti : ll.MrR ]I
of Jensen Beach, who escaped from
nm.e AT 7.0755 the Martin County Jail a few NOW 1USt 2 tor'3 7 z z1111L t.j!a I II.
weeks ago. to be free only for a NOW 14900 -
week end, was sentenced Mondayto
five at Raiford by Circuit .. .... .... ......
years 1USt r.? I. 'vlln.l" wYlrn' "' 110"
Court Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow- Now I" ., ",,,.., ,,,''''I ".. ." foIIh ..'"OHI'I
.. .
I I .n'.I. IUIN"1
bridge. I. :: c..crr.. OK
Mattix was sentenced on two 1 "a wwNlwN 8.851.14 COMPACT till tlACKWAll 1 H'j' { GE FREEZER l1PRIGlifr
1 charges of breaking"' and entering sw.u sills ;

l and one of of escaping each from jaiL .Large n.... ......... llolda! 41o.a.( ...
The term sentence was S' oG83 \\r?
--- Located On Route 707, five years ti> run concurrently. : :
LJ.---- will be remembered that
jmtft)r MLWUM AM mt AM trtor 19,800 .
tin li the youth who dressed lu.NOW
M.d-I -.l .od,. WM. ar# ":.I&1= "" .
: -
woman and was arrested In a :MYIan1-tar.ud: Slid .
Largest Supply of Artists' Materials la Martin County cab at Harless Service
PICTVKE FRAMING a OLD PAINTING RESTOREDOver after asking the taxi driver to'
3f\e n of Experience take "her" to West Palm Beach.
Other criminal canes dwponcd of
---- ----- ------------- -- -- ---- START PAYMENTS
Monday Included: Norman ()raw. TUFSYN
r- icy Jr., charged with possession! of
stolen good pleaded guilty, was
released on JI.XX( ) bail and allowed .
Elect ISABELEVANS t !pre-tentence Investigation; NbMO..VDOWN.MOUNTtNO
Walter A. Johnson .passing .AIIO. .,.. '.0 LI.."' ......Nta IN FEBRUARY 1965
worthless Checks; pleaded guilty 1 r.w, M"N' Ittmr,-... : : .:
and allowed pre-sentence investigation to* ;: W :;; rta 4 -* *> i#.:.' /:

William R. Petty Jr., violation
of probation sentenced to four

years Little Alvin,.i each lee Kaiford. Fisher charged; and with David auto M. NO MONEY DOWN -' UP TO 36OPEN

theft, sentenced to three yean instate
D C GUillermo May Rio, chargedwith MONTHS TO PAY
conducting a lottery sentenced IN MINUTES CHARGE IT PLEASE
to pay S2.3x)) fine or spend a
E A year In [all. paid the fine;
Harold J. Henry, charged with
M resisting arrest with violence givensit MINI-CUBE C TV LAP TRAY -AROUND THE CLOCK SPECIALS-
N months to two year in stall
o James B. Palmer charged: with winrr.-imv LAST HHQ. NOW

C D sixty forgery Raymond day on in two O.tail counts Hamman.sentenced charged to ) .istratr AUTO COOL CUSHIONS e w t 94c 2 for $$1.00

R I with guilty:larceny bail was of set a at calf$%.'00 pleaded, and 2 GAL. GAS CAN with Spout. 1.19 67c

allowed a pre-senlence investiga
D tion. 3.99 2.50 :
Those cases In which I pretentencc SEAT BELTS . . . .
investigation was allowed will

A cum up again Nor, 9 at 9:30: a.m. ,.3-WAY: SERVICE SPECIAL! I LAWN RAKES . . . .97c 67c

I TC State Farm Agent r-i LAWN CHAIRS . . w . 3.99 2.33
ijwmTE Mru* .u.5.

E Will Be HonoredRobert f.119! rjl MTACK nw.vr FREE: GREAT SONGS OF kAMERICA RECORD


(been cited M.for Jt-hnson.outstanding' Stuart performance hai 'I. : 3, 'jTjjUDnTjnr BRAKES FREE: GLASS ASH TRAYS Ti'TO:*wAv.i. SmuvComplete

Farm 'Insurance
by Slate
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Companies and will be honeored 1.u f4at.,., _(pia atilMe'car aall ... thr..
at a three-day national. convention I. .Myn Maat'wnttae4'4' a/vteee al air eaWs ail WORKGUAItANTUHD
for company agent and Lr pfk. that dpeesa1 arptla. N7,$sae M assist. BRAKE
wives. Oct. %&-211, at the Sheraton .V.R nra :
MARTIN COUNTY Park a Hotel series in of Washington twsirtm meeting D. CAt '''illfEQ'YOGUA.' *.r.f I MMV,
I Johnson will be briefed on company
3rd and industry affair and win ... '
has. the" opportunity to .
pate In fOund ubl partld'i $ i .90.Say
: Other convention bip""' \ : I.
NEW. ( ,
include a pedal huichro: for the I WYLCyYSf

agent ladies-* and aril wives a banquet. honoring I G.a.go''''p .H.", RC : .1' for.Z' f"|| \ \ Charge

Qualified and Experienced RloIUed, tuc"; ",. mPtO'a .... WOf..... It :

Orderly Parking /y, or IM Isp 00.1 tar *,betted paan an Wl0 ,,1' "'
.A..p I Eras te DttMcratic frlaMry. I DO HAVE AN Plan ApprovedAt t ': i ",. aerats no ffxx*'1M.. arlary. illpf# ''t1 0 s.. 'x Please
OPPONENT OP THE orrosmov rARTY i seed w ,.. 1id.t,' "100.1"\ Hi pU, tile M 2 M Ode -
Courthouse t. ',,1InPAtf41.) r... 0'Mi0I1'JI \
v4t* ./ .. Drawrtls RrtwUnHM. and lay>.4eaas, ... I I' ;tta&l'*" \. ,.,. .. .:
The county board Tuesday ap
east M ctavrtnartd, acearaa aee-p.rtlw. StTtRVISOR OF prawe'as "'orderly pasting plan" -

REGISTRATION .*. cast IsasWIe that . courthouse, 0u which peeing ha
|sis< .pawn completed*
Officials will bav e toignaud GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
HUM and there coq. be bosh cnpfc >
Will Devote Full Time To The Job >j. ...! fwM... avrkinc ..... I :
taw pIM ia 4tgncd ta deaf
/Ale ,s1.1 .u-- I parked. can torn Uv arasydcd. 287H242THE 257 E. OSCEOLA, STUART, FLORID"l, Cf
area IIdwcn UM courtlmne sad 1 I
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4-A THE STUART (Flu,) NFWS; Thursday, October 15, 1964 .' 1\oo .k! -, '...' .. ."," .. .. AI/INNTI'iHMR\T .t1UL ..un.It'rl."i lp
I ) .. : 1, "ijf. ', J ; -
I l ,,..q. -

Memorial HospitalSets J ig-: ; '\ i ; ,, '1., APPOIrTMn\T; Or pL11C5'IUrIrePHt'TOnv Be the IT R FUIITHHRlhat .. lutlan b.i!; I I"I,; :,' .
.. "- \' \ o fl" accorcllntr 10 tow

'(} ',,. I : ,. I SE IT ttICRLi1 \'BD! ., 1"1 Bard Yor OB.DllR! or B.nid, i ,f ,"' .
: i f (' '" CypY ..... ..... )I..n up'
; ; 111 III "
Fire Session October ) ".v' .I .. t hat the Doh l + (
23Rape. .
:> .'Iort./
"1tJ. 1 'ri! w { ? ; *&&%lnNes'inneand. I
r t .'1' : punn: ;
y ; : : : : ; .;f' "I" p>Il rfc Board .
eewtivea of dine hos The demos treks and lecture ; t i the Cer to "I ,
I I : b : ..l.l*irOBrID .
?fS : !:
Dilate' two nursing (Mines. tire de i I will be atujaMMwl by movies shown ,..'' Jar, ,.,' ]>' I : ss: ::; I : toI : Emily/: K I Ik.rt.r le.rr'unllnLPlamors' ,
; J : .... r.Ixrl
purtnvMiU civil dele.... l law enforccmciii I by LieuMMM, (beet MoGmih. I I.. h..1. nn ) xl I. II" .
schools and Martin retired hospital inspector of the 'I '' tho.1. 1'011.xnA 10 elosr hr' 'up'u 7 ii stork. ( .: Volab.r" IS.Rrnlllab. Ub

County Health Department have Chicago Fire Department I II 1'. I''k.,; ;i\li 1 r Nl':llioonY pia C ;. 1"-- --
I he xv"rral 1 Wr ( N.
hrlJ n1 t
been" invinul to attend an initbtuie The program .bfui at 8:30: a.m d :+lguulnd;' : ''ielrin, to it. Realm Ii.rlct xn. a

on 'patient evacuation and! firewith registration. at the Woman dr IIOLlI tfr: .;; 'V;':;'.Vs'j"' UI' TM
IT 1}HTIIKR I : : 55k
fighting technique in a one-day Club. A film preswtuilion will take that IU i'i rk> und Innu tan and Ion[ "'I'tKT.. OP" a'l'U.IHI') It /"i'HTSTM
"session sponsored by Martin Meplace at 9:05. The afternoon pro Iu.:: Pt.rre fxr ..Id Elwtlon; I ..1 are Of p1A1HIU1. n !

morial I Hospital on Friday. Oct. 2J gram will begin at 2 p.m. and is 4l I h.I "r..t.g dr.litnMlPl. Y f..lloi ; ILOKH 5HTIHHIt or l.t.HI Isle' Na IYsn I'I;HI" |x,,el"I

A demonstration on what to do expected to be over by 4 p.m. i'in,1:1:VT( NO -jsawies: BKc'H II |HWP .\ M TO ttlb I)Il: .'

to until insure the patient fire department safety and! arrives orderWomen,, iwiaVy have higher + (:'aloe I ..fwr:; : $ 1RAki!; :;:HMr BJtl.BY rriuP7'NOl.IFJI I:. .. .HKM-tfcU I MHl!: tI KlUlUl K.|:
ly evacuation of patients from. +i pitched voices than men because hum 1ad.: AJ1. to 1:11II: 1')1. ,V 'INTICuh.
threatened areas will be given. their vocal cords are shorter Clerk' balunq with" I
Alr. Claire M. % 'n.
\ : other bank*, andcash
I atra; Elsie U. Itichen I Item In proCM. -

Be Beautiful for Fall MI.., Jessie Ellarb.th. I. Sloan R.Y 'Prlend.InsIeetor InspralurAtra Lulled: af rdatea collection(Oovern. .5 '.Ili l

) With New Style from )11.. lsahelle ". Ua..blr. nient rent and vuaranlead )ul. dl(..
., lMw r."ilo::" Jiclro.e. I ln."P,,itor (Vet. of any is..i. .
:'.""I' "
8 Oblliaflon.: 't" eir i *
t MIFf tVT NO; : .
political ubdlvlvlon
(Net of any
: PollInK HWH IKHHBVTIBKNIHlltH rraernesl 2r"I n:
I.\ ; .' NORTH KlVKNHH011HH Loan; and dtscounis, ; ;
BEAUTY SALON *t IIPIXI*!"". ""/'- Net ul any It e.erve.t N.I'i .q".
,, 7 flu A M I. to 7 0(1 Klxi I sleets ,
I if from "a' '
I Jill 317 W OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2S3S P.M.i other: ss.et. : : : : : : : .l :1ti:i

11111 OWNER: cr..oRGIILRDWICK )II'M. Hu. .em..ry Wevunmnlirk TOTVL ASSETS' . .lilt;,.-- l

lIll OPLRAlOKl Mr*. Hl\la llamiui. III.p. BARBARA
Mr Vis l I fills I :HMIWVlarMm dcpodu of Indlvlitual .
: MahvlMlli m, Inupe l'I'I ''i' .
RF.cnnONIS1"t IIAKDWICK partner-
________ .u_ _,__ __ __ __ 1Ittig. )Ira Heulnh nnrod. ImpoilorirtfcllNCT .hlp.. and corporatlone .
i. ,,,
I :x
....... lee ,..31r.mYCONSERVATIOMS'IS NO I-BTlAItTMr Tim' and( .. iicj"d'; ;- ".f'l

IIONORID.: Charles A Bochtllcr,, Aud- Conservation look mlllnar 1'1...... 01,1)t I'&U\\'II poMU of Individual.
JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC Department, on, were principals at conservation HALl. (Old T..I..pho.. lIulhlll1l partner.hip., and
bon Society and Martin Heuvelmans Izadk Walton League with awards ceremonies at Seminole Inn Saturday night See storyon on Ak,nil vpnup. ..,vlnar from .rnrnrslixna. or United 5Deponlts .'It.IStater : I:, I

Box 575 .s. Route 707 ':. Jensen Beach 1Ir.! Lee Cason in center, holding certificate while Jack Sameck, Youth Page 1 in todays Stuart News 1.00 A.1I1. 10 Too: 1')1. DepositS ot U..v.'nl1l..nt.States and IN' tvH,
Conservation Club! and! Rosa Witham Izaak Walton League and .. Iterta Hluxrt ,
Phone 2871732Jul Mrs Mny Burnt, InnpeitorMr "lIllna', .ubdlvisions 1INl I.niI'', a,

*: 1.I U linker. lu.pedor Certlrled and otrleers'. . .
,.,. +. '-," Beyond lb. Arch" --- :air 'lIrt.d I..wenf. cheeks. elm 11o'C.n
Total lle
- - _.'Ir1aN....J J .J.IMIa slow. 'w a '" 1 Thursday evening at 7:30 at the I MARTIN! I MEMORIAL M,.. Mar In.p..lo'H. Tlllman .portl* .tllieiini
Mr Mnririiprli C. T (a) Total
school cafetoriuni HOSPITAL *
Big plans are

COMING SOON i' KOBE SOUND NEWS them coining! ; come and be a part of Births-Mr. and Mrs. Shell 10 InupprtorPHEO1NCT No 4- Inpl'CIO'1 (hi''ifi'pwilM: total:. /,1a/Jaaae

Wiggins a son, Oct. 6, Mr. and time and"u.OTlt.

NEW: 1965 Skyline 12' Wide MRS. EVA CAMPBELL Correspondent 5 639UJ Mrs. Shjylor Coane has returned : Mrs. Keith Bowen a son. Oct. Polllnit.pvln. frnm'T 0ek,111HTio: iT u: p, (...81.178.G3TOTAL _

ON IX)'r NOW' ... from the hospital She is feeling I 6; Mr, and Mrs. Weldon Allison "..M.1Ifr. LIABILITIES Ita,7eI,17

', NEW 1965 Hum 12' Wide 50' l.onl- better and friends are invitedto a daughter Oct. .6< ; Mr and Mrs ., \\'tleun M><'lure. Clerk : It;

600 *q. ft of living npiicei Beautiful pailom Well Pleased visit her'OUlll Ruck Runyon a daughter Oct Mr.. 11..11.l Lyons. InHp.tcrMi CtrtTAI.CCOCISTS
Baker .
Mrs. Norm tnInxV.clurat .hare
No. ou.ta..d.In.
: and m.ode",. A choice: home .. $5.595.00 9; Mr and Mrs. Ben Richardson r.: N, F ('haw, {fnenrrur:: Total .par value* fiUO.HOHIII
\ nU.OWSIIIP: a son Oct 10: Mr. and! Mrs Floyd aria riave fllp.b'llI'hl., In.ppctor. Hurplu . . . eux.nxonI'ndlvldrd ,('
I Mr*. "...h.I". *'o.. I iflta ,
pr H7 !!''" 1
New 1964 CLOSEOUTS With Safety Patrol Aides The Youth Fellowship Powell. a daughter Oct 10: Mr In.peclor 1I..rv. . . . n.'I1I" ":
programof and Mrs. Mario Kastrelli, a son,, Mr. Max AuorbaihPnECINCT In..rlo'. -
HoI>t Sound Community Presbyterian
40'< x 10' 20lb Century, one bedroom ... .. 3595.00 Oct. 12 J TOTAL CAPITAL. .. .
him of Cnurth; has been reorganized NO i-PUHT SEW!! ALLrolllnif ACL'OUNT8 . ..11,11.1,1TOTAL '
50' x 10' Skyline one bedroom ... 3995.00 Mrs Joanne Baker, doing an first grader telling under the direction and Oct 6-Admitted. Robert Harrow -
the little girl he has just narrow* ('lace. MAUTIV <'OIIS. LIANILITIES,
Sir x Kr Skyline, two bedroom .. ... '' .., $4,200.00 excellent Job of protecting our supervision of Rev. Francis Dick- Betty Brown, Arthur Ruhn- TY UOIjfr A N l> rill'NTNTt'LUIt ANn'OAVlTAL'Al I

45' \ 10' Piedmont, one bedroom' ... .. ........ $4, 95.00 Hohe Sound offspring" as the sheriffs ly We missed wonder knocking how many heltcr fractured skelter ke Mrs Weldon Allison! Mrs TU TflU:( .ervl.J'.MMr ." from 1Utl: ( A.M. tXLTNT .. .. .II9CiV, : I
son.Leaders Shcllie Wiggins, Pearl Runyon, and! I
- patrol gal ha announced her Carol and John ,
skulls have been are
prevented by Mrs. Keith Karl R. I'linnn. .
Bowen; discharged, Clerk 1 David 'n Iron. fcxrruth \1"" "I
Many other 10', 1 12', and 20' wldt at $300 lo $900 MvkigMClewing helpers for the year. this useful! service of the sheriffs Hoke Carol and! John are greatly Paul Green Dorothy Otenbriet, Mr fiurir| ....k'..'. In.pailor. Pr".lil nt of thn .bov.-n.lI1.d bout ,
Mr*. l- wonderful interested in the of n-i'"'' +I
new 1964' for 1965 model, Buy jour new home now "They are doing I department. young people Charles Keister, and Shirley Gib-I In.Derairs /"r of condition I i.. true and corn-' 1 ". I
at real bargain prkc job. et %i.'J: | couldn get along 1 he two "Big Cheeses this year the community and! have brought ton Ltl. \Mley InncorPIlBCIVCT | ( the. brat of my knowledge and belIot. ,
without fresh
a with them.
are George lilton captain, and Oct. 7-Admitted, Ada Denmark I Ntt -PALM CITY AVD! B IRONS
Volume for us is savings for you. We are all inclined to agree as Arnie Dykes, lieutenant. Youth Fellowship meetings are Alma Johnson' Flizabeth I ) C1 W*. the undersigned dire tor. it
we watch a tiny first grader come Patrol boys are Tommy Bark held every Sunday evening at the Hobby Sharlot Land, and! Eugenia )' Wlf S'rATIONParrlor' flum cut the Cor.ln". ot thl, ,."<>,,
of condition and declare
COME SEE rushing pell-mell down the sidewalk homier, Darrel Cooper, Kevin j church: and all who attend!, regularly Richardson! discharged, Robert 7U6: A.t 10 7OU: P.15. been examined by u* and that to It hu tht I

and! the result as the rapidone Payne and! Bruce Finch Patrol will be eligible to join in the Darrow, Lillian McComb Archie Mr.. Bertha )'.. Moo,.. r lurk but of our knowledge and b,ltf
SAVE! SAVE!! SAVE Is little Saturday night whichis Airs Ixirothy fI.le, ln>pr,,i.>r 'I. true and co".rl.f1.J ,
approached by a neat girls are Joyce Miller Brenda Dorscy recreation, Drummonds! Mrs Rusk Runyonand Mr. llnorr Ho.i. |np..rlor.. W, Ordwaif
FRED SILVERS AL WILSON RANDY SMI1I1 girl in the conspicuous hat and Schcryl Clifton, Kim Evens, fully chaperoned Emma Shoaff Mr. Hfnrl.tla Bur.inl 8. Hudson,r JrJ .
Fruier l >lrertirrub
traps of the school safety patrol and Deity fXsidirioAftpr .....-.1; T r ..... xawalil Oct. 8-Admitted. Barry Rich Mr. In.pxclnr Ruth }>tly' In.pBil ( l.r.b; II, Ise1: >

I. She. shakes her finger at I II theDOWNTOWN l.ikina a trihrnl Lvilf At ards. Ada Mr*: Ila** Leighton, InvpoctorIHECIVOTNO :
Washington Thompson,
1 reP i1ucar-j-; ; week": Mrs.': : Baker : WarrantyDeeds CUdlip Thomas Richbell, and ; 7-I'OHT SALEKNO:
i'/''' I and Mrs Carl will Mrs. McDonald
Dykes pile Broward
I t rORf PIIRtlw: OPE1MO U.\Y Lee: discharged, A d a l'nlllnar liars SALERNO' P1HFMr :
.'. the entire safety patrol in can Peck Montague Stoney Arthur lrKTIUN rrou "'''ew
: r 4.. I. w"\ and transport them to the local Filed in WeekJoseph Ruhnke, and Mrs Shcllie Wiggins.. .1.M. to. : P.M.i Was Injured in

>skating> rink. A good job well done,, Oct. Admitted., Blanche I lIro. Wlnlr.d Thompson' "I.r1c(
deserves .. Sire. l'oNa Johnson, hl.pucturn .
it ,
'W". M./"I .f reward 1 Bruce Mrs. Rusk Runyon, }Ielc *. bergs* Unborn Kr,

I I'I R Brooks Jr to Thomas Schneider and David Loman, discharged Mr. Inspector\'letorla 1'o.k. 1."PI'Ior Crash in RainA i

"q Community Church J. Miles. 1.0t l 53, South Jensen Barry Richards William Mr I *. 1 I'. inborn )".Dertue
Heights. 10200. Yunllo Harry Bayliss, Mrs. KeilhBowen. Mr*. Oanrife ( Jr. Stuart woman was iltkcrhcd! I
Plans Painting Bee InepxdtarPfEt1NC't as being "in fair condition" it
Mrs. Weldon
Allison Atone
R E James Dora
'I lo E. Carney .
Blakely Vikette Sharlot Land NO J11OUK HOUN'L Martin Memorial Hospital MomUy
s r' Property in tract 8, block 45, St. !, and
painting bee will be held Saturday lucie Inlet Firms Subdivision. Washington Thompson toiiinr PI*.... HOIUO lol'XlI morning after being thrown from
at Hubs Sound Community X.MMLNITV CFNTEK .., her car in a collision at U. S 1
: 1200. Oct. 10-Admitted. Mrs. Ben from 7UU:( A.III. gand
Church. to 7:00: PIt Colorado Avenue about 630 '

: ; -E:7t4 proudly presents ,:. The ladies of the church will Herman Wepman, attorney-in- I Richardson Mrs Floyd Powell, Mr. Ada Orlfdn Clerk p.m. Sunday.
'I' fact for Bernard Goldberg and Sophie Juiichke and Jennie Rat Jr* Part Hryan.. In.iect.
be serving sandwiches! for lunch Esther Goldberg his wife to Ted cliff, discharged, Friedel Coane, ., (ecllla K Hn\or. The woman Mrs. Jane T Mo-

the fine hand of and there will be a covered dish Tyson An undivided oneeighthInterest Alex Lyp Alma Johnson, Robert Mr Mr*.. Man Mildred Brodrlck Arnold( In.pJclCf In.pector. Donald was admitted to the hir-i*
social in the Dun Ul after being treated for hcjd
evening your !in. tract 55 Palm J City I Pike and Elizabeth Hobby. Mr Munuret Jbl.Uulnne. "
overalls and bring the paintbrushes I Farms. $300 Oct. I II-.Admiued. Marion Has- Inpl'clorl'IUC'INl'T lacerations. Her daughter \Kar

men! David Askena/y to Ted Tyson km, Ellen Flora Leon Green Jr, : NO. S>_1NUIANTOWNMa. and fifteen discharged.John! was treated. for a cut knee

e / KN1TALYDOUBLE PERSONALS An undivided! one-eighth interest. Lorraine Aljets, Janie McDonald, '"lllnr .'*, 1\WANTOWH:
: in tract 55, Palm City arms. $500 and Robert Pike: discharged Mrs. CIVIC. to J..f .e nll' from 1:110M : C. Drake, a passenger in
I Herman Wepman to Ted Ty Floyd Powell. Mrs Rusk Runyon : P.M. the other car, driven by his wife,
A family birthday for ,.
party Nsrah was treated for abrasions and dir
Rn. .
r Clerk
Millie Malocsay! was held on Oct son An undivided! three-quarters Dorothy Brewer Betty Brown, and )1,... t'hsrlee Uerden '
II J'f KNIT II at Fredrtch. in West Palm : interest in tract 55. Palm I City Rodeen Bishop. Mr.1011' W. C. ('.""'. H InpII"lnr..Ptor charged
Aura Carter.
Farms U.9JO. tn..lo' According to Patrolman Billy
I I Oct. 12-Admitted. Mr.
Beach All the family attended and Margaret Don. Waldron .
SCULPTUREDSUITS Millie had a wonderful timel Emil F Noehre to William Hew- Clark. Willard Swtntzel. Ernest L, )Ir.. Mara-le Kacklry, Jnrynotu. r, Chase, who investigated, the collision
I son. Property! in section 22, township Gamble Emma High Gay Zenger. 1'nA'INCT N0. t >> occurred in heavy rain. 1h

I Mr, and Mrs Oean Cox have 40 S, range 42 E. $3.000. Mrs Mario Rastrelli, Frances 1'UI EWALL"J'olllnl McDonald car was going south on\

L 'I'I returned from their vacation up Martha J. Flynn to Jan Flynn.! Smith Helen Coonrod Andrew J. ( Plan. TOWN OF Colorado and the Drake car std
North. Lot 9, block 2. Belle View Court. Wilkie John Featherstone. Violet ALLS POINT' TOWN ItA HBW I'i on U. S. 1. Both driven claimed
I .rrvlne l from Tide ToJPltrXINCT that the traffic thof
$100( : A M. 10 : light was in
Feathcrstone Louis
Welcome also! lo Mr. and! Mrs Charles H Coutant to Edna Cou- Colon Raymond favor, but Chase charged both
Carlisle, and Ransom
II L. "'ritcbie.tIiho haw) returned Ran tfss.l Kolas, with traffic signal
(ant An Clerk disobeying a
undivided one-half intirest dall! ,
discharged Ellen Mr. J. .
; Flora. Teresa N
/home.Mn. Ni.bling.
,, In.perto r Damage estimated at $-400) W
j Mrs was
a'b\ tor in lots 31 33 35 37 and! Zel>tndon. Mrs. Ben Richardson. Rslrlo. M 1'ou InepecW r

I t tThe Mary FiUpatriek has been 39 block 5.6. Golden Gale $100. Emily Wiley Evelyn Gray Yra 1.5I/.bits%I._p--....., Y, taapky, each vehicle.

( taste of vintage discharged' alter five days In and Jack LawrenceInsecticide. :
\ Martin Memorial Hospital Adult Program Adds NIJ.. II-tm.'AnT Junior IfParent "'
Po1110R .,1.. .,
Chianti created Th parents of all pupils of Hone I i (Heal Estate Course Use (T'I\'le:t" .A.M.CENTER t. TaS LITTLE, .pvl.ar Dlxip from 'acuity

L I Sound! Elementary School are : P.55. Meets
U I asked to ittenel! the PTA meeting E. B. Morton, coordinator of 'I..harr. H.rmnnda. Clerk
Ual.y .
in 100% doubleknitcotton the adult 1i't. Inspector
-- --- -- education program, has Brings Judgment Allr. tt.s, Ins; The first of the nee
announced the Initiation of a new 0ertrod. Waldpn, f."peclorMt Martin meeting
j Pat
County Junior High
rid {course to begin Monday, Oct. 19. :ltM' P4(5
I beheld
I..TltOpIC.\ ent
from thclooms This course will be in real es- Damages amounting; to $5.000wn. 'IIL'IT rARaiaPnRlnr Faculty Organization Oct

tale, and! Homer Greathouse of awarded to J. T. Robertson, ''.... next Tuesday evening :
I J'T J.\MF.oI4 20 at 7:30 at the Junior aCeo
of Hobe Sound! will be the tastruo twenty-nine, by a Circuit Court "THin, s.rnlnr Lros Taps AM High
I I tor, The class will meet each MOD- jury Wednesday for injuries suffered to 1IIU: 5'Y. i Una

day in room 14 at the new air- I U I result of spraying with. Mra., ('ail Rasasee. Clerk Principal Joseph McCoy will introduce

Wuimutta l\1iI1J! 1rJ conditioned Martin County Senior tome insecticides. The defendant U.Mr.... John)ta.'..u'tn.r(" .n"n. tn.pnie, the teachers and presentthe

11 High School on Indiantown Road Is Flowers By Andreasen, Inc: on Innp.et.r student handbook, also I "m"
1 F from 7 to 10 pm. and will operate hose flower farm Robertson was Mr. trop Iwm, Inspector iature schedule" of school classes I
)>rx-tviT NO. will be followed. Escorts will *hi
for about three months. employed l5INDu.kpe11w11Pelti. /

Ii the emphatic drain of This course will meet the' re. The plaintiff claimed that II. .. VIa..... IIUK; Foil ; members of the student councIL I

rob'* auld In the Ruiu quirements of the Florida Real was given dangerous spray mater. (f.tHt'1V'iSTIH.. H"" ".Pfwn I I the program will be under tb'

I tripe.) Sara" 10 .to U.J Estate Commission written c*.1 ial to use without proper protection AY t. Ise: f'.w, I direction of Mrs. R. V. Johnson.! I
r Marl aim.. r., Refreshment will be served at
J animation for the real estate salesman to hw person and without Clerk I
L. L
I I owed. this
's I license The examination warning him of the danger involved H.n.p rasa Inspector. 1.1. introductory meeting. Futu" ,
are given periodically in Orlando. )(....1. W t IsIn.pnctot1'RJX'IYe"r meeting will be held in the library !
.t,1v798 The and will be announced later
-- ---- Sn
,', > a loveliestbrides 5.ICLAN: BREeaf: If-TUWN...utt( or There will. be a "suggestion aft! :

jrr' i question box" at this and! all future
I : : I. Jensen Beach Legion Post Pni/l.r Pier T U W le o a
L'L.5N BItai6ia PARK 11,1'X. meetings. These suggestion; I
'" Ito'ss.nrviee trna tars: A.M. will be read by the principal fwn
are I 1. reii: nAtLrs.Oi.ay.
Plans Numerous Activities I a wered. Signatures are not required

lJ' Mfc* .b sculptured.. cardiganMilu Fleur' Mm.: Fla.. *..M.t-U.Lmrty. Clerk on the questions.
pi'1 .. '..... 12 to 20. Mr., M....,. ... ltd.._._,_... I All Junior High parent aU
; I de-Lls ; One of the subject creating a !: Veterans Crippled Children's H.-.I : 1.._.. u.WI' asked to attend
brides gad deal of interest at the Jen- ;I pilal was approved. Scnmc Arthmr U Jab**.* UHwcKrfR

sm Beach American Legion Post I IComnundrr I Virgil: Wilson report X'IN "T N u. U-HIO About 60 per cent of all U*

I 16 meeting last Monday evening 1 ed the. 1965 membership drive was Lamar viu. RIO CIit1iLY. automobile sold& In the Un,1tII,

wit the organization of a "Son making excellent progress, a a d IT., ..-;:.* "M" .w ** States are on limo t"M nm<"'t put"
? BLAKEL of the American Legion Squadron" I! that 73 per cent of the goal had. es chase pbtna.

t. rtannpkte A committee conaulinf of Phil been reached. A short memorial Ml* Jrsepklo :... C/pt
Baker William St Oatr and V"ir- 1 i'service was- conducted for Frank :Lea Lea '.r, la.p.r.r d

; ; Consultation Service I gil. VsiUon was appointed to explore 1 Richards", a member who phased 'i ,= I II CARD OF THANKS
Sara: ISI' "',''''11'. IMLK .,
the of reoentty I IAn I
poMibibtw organizing way
open Monday until 9 -
J nights /p.m. : this squadron. The p ..-.pocto announcement wa made 011 IT rCKTHJBM KOR.\KD i **J h> thank and blew as

: '.. .. ., Sicur.cLip, tall Cub Scout Pack: will also r ri the Central Area, Conference to I Ibe "this wl4 Joe I* U O..al. M OT;"WU-I.............ll....b... I the kind! folks who aided me IIi

t FORT PIERCE i be re-organized. 1 held. at the Lakeland post No. : rlurl .( MM. CMUMr ... .1 1M i many way after I lost my bon,
:t 80S South Mh Street. 4601'tl1t2 poIlse II. ... tunt* d..aad. a special
by : thank
With the re-operung of tilt WNV j 14, UkeUnd Oct. 17 and IS. it* Bar4 at CanMyTT ('_ to my empto)>eHj
.. tolr.
.. \ About! Shopping Center ler season, games, eight will heheld i i A eeok-out anj Halloween pw Sri nf .rtt. ..intr. p1nMa. ... nail Mr Edward: Miller **.

I' 120' North'2nd St., Domiloun Phone IIO 12134 FORT PIERCE every Saturday evening, starling ty b planned by the Pat and th.oterk""..Ie A.M..1aaJ1'It b!. N.._.. sleek rr.q .. ...-1,I ton for their lindacs*.

IT at UM" Legion Hall : Auxilmry Unit for Monday OcLt: i nn .., of the Martin ". .'n',
+ A subManUrd contribuuoo: to UM 26 at 6 pun. A .7i Rt tJ.A N..aMr I Millie VoJuMartin




THE STUART(Florida) NEWS n.....', October 15. 1964 .V

Tigers Are Picked to Trim Eagles FRIDAY SATURDAY

With Their Improved Pass DefenseTightening \: ARMY NAVY

up their past. de. DISCOUNT **r STORES
Tense! and it needed, it was
the main task of Coach Bob Collm .
Martin County Tiger this STUART SHOPPING CENTER
week, in preparation for FnJjyi
battle at Fort Pierce with their At"LETS
traditional rivals, the Eagles of I
Dan McCarty High

The Eagles nave an unusually "Ideal" and RUBBER HOUSEWARES
light team this season, and, as a
result take to the air at the least!
provocation Although defeated
sit three of their four games, the FAMOUS TOP QUALITY RUBBER
Eagles have scored 47 points, f..
mainly through the air On the PROTECTIVE MATS FOR EVERY.PURPOSE.
other hand, the Eagles have sur. A t
rendered a whopping 114 points t R
to their opponent, their 40-6 loss
ut Melbourne last! Friday being APPLIANCE and D
their biggest trouncing. '
The tigers' ground defense! has
shown to great advantage, although
4 t t
they have lost to Scacrest, 13-0, I r = s G' "
and Palm Beach, 14-0 I after their ONE LOIN PRICE
initial 13-0 victory over Okccc t
ho bee. w 4 ,, BATH

If the Tigers can stop the Eagles' Sv MAT
aerials. and roll through a light
Dan McCarty defense, it can be
the Tigers' ball game, and, from .
this corner, it is. ,.
Last Friday's home game! against -..:.......-.... ...........-

unbeaten Palm Beach was. a real GET AT '[,\1," is the thought of three Martin
tough one to lose A great Mar County players Clark Collin, 42, Buck EA.
tin defense, ably led by Marty Mauldin 30; and Terry Rogers, 60, as they go for a couple of Wildcats. _

Rehnbcrg, with strong support I Schirm at the 4. Mike V pen ky I laraw. ...1ntso' : ,
irom Mine Crook held the Wild I fora.
cats scoreless for most of three went for 2, and halfback Bud I t.dl... :
Vaughn went over for the second !
quarters but with less than a minute
left in the third quarter, the Wildcats TD Dave Barnhart kicked both
broke the ice when quarterbackSteve extra points. I'

Lindsley hit halfback Ron With many of the squad playing ....'1.. .rI+h
nie Massey at the 3 with a 14-yard extensively on both offense DRAINBOARD a SAVE Ar.n' ..,.., hn.Ma
pass, and Massey scored. and defense the Tigers failed to I Zoe .... .._II''"
With 2:07: left in the game, launch a serious scoring threat. TRAY Prlra.f49i ash N.. e
Lindsley set up the second touch Palm Beach 007 7-14 ,J I anrihe Ii hlWsus
I down by pitching to end Rick Martin County 000 00 ? ,ttr r +

1 I Jaguars Set for St. Lucie .h: ) TOILETTOPTRAY

!( After Losing 13-6 at Vero

Stuart Junior High Jaguars losta linebacker Carlos Hudson! for hit SINK and UTILITY MAT
Jf tough one at Vero Beach Saturday outstanding game on defense!
13-6, in their first Lake- The Jaguars play St. Lutie Junior MI
Coast! Conference. They had won High at Fort Pierce on Sat Cretl..s!
an exhibition game against Pa- urday, Oct. 17, and Navitsky considers I Ilak.e! rat.
bokee the previous week. this game the one t h a tmatters" ,1.lt.l .' motre's .
Vero scored in the first quarter I for his young squad %n ... sink,.
when they recovered a Stuart fumble I'I They played well Saturday after le ill a i.e. (M"'M. *.!..
on the Stuart I 15, and finally I their initial win. Now he wants Nisi s.d Ist. .4 flrld, he.berea .
drove over from the 3, adding the to see whether they will show the p.i .n ..... a.d P'"
extra point on a run. same heart after a loss. Si. li hr I..iai erl.k Inl.t.a.p..tdu f..II.1II f..
The stormed back the -.k, ",.1..
Jaguars at prism s ,lieu : For tolUtrU.. tUwu .tc
con\llcsv t
beginning of the second half, tak LIONS LOSE Al PAIIOKEE .. lip. +
ins the kick-of to their opponent' Murray.High( balanced their CLARK COLLINS (No. 42, white), picks up some useful yardage r1M A.maln./nda. firmly In place* Help prevent r

v JS.yard.lioe.aod !sending halfback seasons mark the hard way at for Martin County before being" tackled by,, F/ank Peters, Palm plllap and breakage.
David LbV+bv-er with a 6 .yard Pahokee Saturday, blowing a 13-6 lk ch. halfback.
puss play on the next' play. Therun halftime score and losing 25-13 _,
for the extra point failed 1 he loss makes the Lions 22. HUDSON TABLE NAPKINS Easy OH OVEN CLEANER
Vero iced the game I later in the
third quarter on a 60-yard past! OrilFR SUNCOtsr! RESULTS: Mobilehome Sanitary Code
play Forest Hill :, Vero Beach 6
Coach Jim Navitsky singled outSUNCOS'r Lake Worth 12. Pahokee 0 \/VAUNDO
for (
Belle Glade 20, Rlv Beach 7 Larger LotsMartin

MIVtONHRrMCEMelbourne : :
SfAMMNGSTo 40, fort Pierce 6 County's tough mobile- in septic tanks had been pickedup
( Oil. 9 Inclusive>)> home subdivision
sanitary by wells as far as two miles
W L T PF P\ was given a de-horning in'' a pub distant. *

Palm Beach: ... 4 (U 0 61 7 Supreme Court lic hearing before the county board Fred Bell, county: engineer defended c
Forest Hill .... 4 (0 0 79 19 Tuesday the stipulations, slating
Lake Worth .... 3 1 0 54 34 Ultimate result of the hearingwas thai the zoning group had traveled buy tn
Vero Beach .... 2 2 0 52 72 Denies Porter an amendment to regulationson far spent much digging 4
Scacrest ............ 1 (0 1 13 0 trailer subdivisions allowing deeply into the needs.money"1 Ihey 'when Uhan SIZE \V .i.i I
Fort Pierce ...... 1 2 0 41 74 those whose lots have 5.000! ) square require the same services as resi o d5on.U .
Belle Glade .... 1 3 0 41 60 Hearing Plea feet or more to be exempt from dence,'' he said "but you have a
Riviera Beach .. 0 3 1 21 48 the septic tank ban. I hard lime getting the tax monies NArKIN

Martin County. 020 0 27 Willie Porter, sentenced to death Such subdivisions, however, from them to pay for such serve / aieAiiserkaa
Pahokee .. 0 3 0 18 39 for the Britt Road machette slayma must have central water syMems i ices." Y

of his mother-m-law.. has been The code requiring, both water
denied a hearing before-the U. S. systems and sewage treatment
Man StrickenOn Supreme Court plants still applies where trailer 'What Meeting Numbtr I O..r

Porter slew Roberta Jones on over-all.lots are less !than 5,000 square feel Asked Ed MillerDid Box of 70.13"xl.Vin lesser 11m ckantr thai

High Span I Aug Martin J, 1961 County and Oct.was 16 convictedIn 1963. Attorney Marry. Dyer profiled or did not Martin County decorator dispenser. natty warksl Mock .f BOW
"unrtalisue" the
as extension of
He filed a handwritten petition in Commission hold a meeting on the
DeathA the walcr-tewer stipulations. k> the afternoon of and ....r
Monday XL S
to i the Superme Court, protesting that when
Negroes were systematically excluded tracts with larger kit, arguing that most officials were. with Governor Y
carpenter employed by Cleary.I from the Grand Jury and they should come under the tame Bryant at the U S 1 dedication:
rules that apply for subdivisions" ,
Brothers on building the new high the trial jury. Some members say they did.
I He was backed: by A. A. Hen-
bridge at Indiantown died Tuesday The Supreme Court order leaves but that official minutes should
dry and Jim Brock Ken Adamsspoke
morning a* the result of a fall'' the State of Florida free to carryout out for the I have read 4.30 p.m, Instead of 2:30: ILIMAitCAL
from the unfinished span into St. 'I Porters execution lions, staling that blue tighter dye UilUlc.1 placed p.m. To nuke it doubly legal, Mail in label for cash
Lucie Canal. plain legal-you can hIIII
I lor

Indiantown.Alvin L. Huffman had been, working fifty-six for of I Potts Was Fined __ __I I ratified way a petition-ih* board to the Tuesday tederalpernm.nl refund: of IOc.Ladies' .

Cleary Brothers for about two 3 File MondayFor for storm aid and a
)'ean. $250 and Given resolution asking the State !Road
Department to sins secondary funds
A crane operator on the construction City Race' for some 12,000 worth of Indian-
job MW Huffman go into 30 Days in JailRobert town bridge right-of-way
what appeared to bo an epilepticfit
and fall into the canal.! His' Two incumbent city commissioners 'Was a meeting really held

body was recovered a short time Clarence Potts of Little and a former mayor filed Commissioner Frank Wat' :ha Tuesday Ed Miller, asked TOILET TISSUE Fall t
later, and Judge Mallory L John Dixie who left town hurriedly aft Monday for two seat on the commission New For
IOn, acting as coroner, declared er being Involved in a car-truck which become vacant in Yes,, said Wacha.
death due to drowning. crash" on Second Street on Friday December. "I signed a resolution. I warn'I se,,I
Huffman was known to acquaintances XtZ voluntarily surrendered to They were Mayor Ray M. at any meeting said Miller.
to be subject to epilepsy, Stuart police Tuesday and was Cooke Commissioner Daniel W. :let staled that he did nut IIJ.I sin
but it was not known by leis em tried by Judge Harry P. Dyer in McClure and Kenneth S. Stunnwll.I there wa a meeting. i -
ployer. Municipal Court that evening. Resolution No. 7(9. pasted hy .r rer fe gtogtkt4t&Shiite
Deputy Sheriffs Floyd McAl- Potts was fined $250 on a charge I City Commission Monday evening, Rezone Ordinances
litter and Tom Wyatt who conducted of reckless driving! and given a set up the mechanic of the eleoion. e
an investigation lot the thirty-day term in uul. In default The general election will be Passed First Heading
Sheriff Department, said that !I of fine he would. aerv further field. on Tuesday, eke 1. and a II'
they had no information about |I sixty days. On the charge of leaving primary election rf more than four Two proposed ramming ordinance arc "In"1 .geter' the C.J"I

the victim's family. I I aas; the sentenced sane of to aa thirty sccktool.days potts and candidate 24. The last file day, on for Tuesday filing b Mon Now before* City survived CoramMMon puMie Mondayevening hearings' : ......., mud w. h.v. a w.nrf.,f..1 .i..rt- -/,

II 150 fine or a further thirty days. day Nov 9. and patted the* first i t ,,.'. 1C .,..,,' !. ell.... f,..... Unwind prlnfi,
CHARLES SIPOS ov i I' He could serve a total of five Cook and McCfure arc completing reading. 0/ and) flint feifln! .In ....,t... +
rI.RSlnNG RIFLESCharles !I months since the terms are to run their first two-year< term Ordnance' No. 397. rezoning fc ,,, itrlpei
Sipos of Stuart is a.f comecuuvcly' u COI'IImiMilxwn. having been from a.. to R-2 all of Mock: %. .leri far |K. wtm.it In refuel comfort
number of the Penhinf Rifles !! John Cooley Little Dta*. was elected In 196%. section 2. St. Luc* Erfaic (on Sic.. 5.144.1t.
Platoon at Stetson University De1 1 I sentenced to thirty days in default Summed ha been a member of the cut side.. of Palm Beach Avenue f'f e
Land and participated with 1M 1 of fine for open profanity Arch the City ComraoMon on several' ). met with no OFPOMIMM..and
group in the annual "Good Ot 'K. Maihnon. Stuart had ten occasions bit from 196143, and passel M first reading unaaunou
Days" parade at New! Smyrna da>s added to an elating uWty. war mayor fas 1951. He ws 1
Beach, oil Oct 7 The Pershiflg day term for escaping whJ! work* I fated wild he sought re-electM I OrJinaiu No. m. raising
Rifles to a national honor society *f u a prisoner M 1963. and was iMMMceWul in from R-liA to R Z. tits f J. C.
of the ROTC. and the purpose Three defendant were found seeking etecuon to the office of 'Crew property palm Oily
to further the development 0 f nut guilty; three bond wary et-I 'fiance of the peace Dntnu; X this Rond lots I, %. 3.sin, as d &he ..* 400f...... eI J.
leadership qualities us the cadet treated, one scalene WM deferred; ..... Is'eth Mania half of lot 5, French and William
Membership it voluntary but 1M'' two cases were continued and four County ; StaU Legislature, Subdnrtwon, met with obJectluM Ny farW Mss ltliarsf ti1I t r-
cadet in the Penning Rifle M required defendants faded. to appear. Ifn.-S.There. front Joe Gerry and Cliff Law
to maintain good grades. : twill .be BO eloctwo for mst before aha boni p.-cd d
and be an an around outauodirg 'r A parser, unit of axroaotnical I municipal |udf* this year Judge .nsIr Gerry staled that he
and representative student at the mesiurrment equal to appro I Harry P Dyer having bee* the*, ught appeal the leoug clung tx>
university. i i outerl9.0004MUnO.000" : ... ed to a twvvycar lent last year. l Ganmt



A TUB STUART (PH.) NEWS Thnrd, }j. October IS. 1964
Break Ground
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I On Sunday at

I Methodist Site

4 u ,
A 1 tr
I Five yean ago last May memo
hers of First Methodist Church

I Stuart, moved' from the historic
I I old downtown: church to their new

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""" --" -- -' '' rx9aiat I: .
I dianiown Road) "
RIO BAPTIST also meets on Tuesday afternoon' The new location consisted! of ;.. ...:;' '

at 3:30.: five buildings, a multipurpose Fellowship > f: : 3 It'I t a
Th Prayer and Bihle Study I r .p. mf i' y
I Hall and four classroom
Hour will be held Wednesday! at I I Ai rI
7:45: p.m. The church choir will; ALL SA1.VPS EPISCOPAL: building These buildings months
i j>ractce! at 8:30: p.m. ', Jensen Beach '! | now deht-free (as of In** ) at' + c d #st 4' Ar 1I
and now the Stuart Methodists art + ; r r, ,
The Woman's Missionary! Union Thursday, Oct. 15, Samuel Isaac i i ready to break ground for an ad. wlrr 1 r

meeting will be held at the church I Joseph SchereschcWaky (Bishop): i ditlonul) classroom building and a t F 4
Thursday, 7:30: p.m. i 10 a.m.l Holy Communion.! Inten- ; new administration building. t I sr a i N a r 1I
The Indian River Baptist Association ion: "Church In China. AltarGuild I Groundbreaking ceremonies will J + ; +

seventy-sixth annual session meeting follows. be held Sunday. Oct. 18, immedi ,1 ;
will be held Thursday at the Friday Oct. 16. Hugh Latimerand U MIXON, Associate In the ately following a quarterly confer ,

Westside Baptist Church In Fort Nicholas Ridley (Bishops): State Training Union,, will be ence at 2 p.m. Dr. W. S. Boze
A a.m.. Holy Communion Intention instructor at the Training ?
tierce. The morning session! willbegin : among man. superintendent of the West I ;
at 9:30.: Lunch will he pro- ; "Zeal In Coda, Service." Union Workshop.Training Palm Beach District of the Methodist ,

tided by the host church. The afternoon Sunday, Oct. 18, St. Luke (TrinIty Church, will participate id t 1
session begin at 1:30. The XXI): 7:30: a.m., Holy Communion UnionWorkshop the groundbreaking ceremonies.The :

session! ia at 7 p.m. Dr. ; 9 a.m.. Family Commun* Rev. Allan R Stuart will ItAryI \\4JJTS
John McGuire, executive secretary ion< church school; I 11 a.m., Holy turned the first spadeful with the

.f the Florida Baptist Convention, Communion and sermon Set "golden shovel." The new class 1
will speak. Tuesday! Oct. 20: 7 a.m., Holy room building will accommodatefive .F ,> es it a or

Sunday !school begins at 9:45: Communion. Intention: The adult classes and wiU greatly + r na +
For Next
'.m with a class of Bible study Young People of the Parish. 1 WeekSome relieve crowded church school con f +

for everyone. The worship service p.m., bazaar workshop 8 p.m., ditions. The administration build. ,
U at 11. Training Union will beheld church school teachers meet. 300 are expected to take log will consist of the church of R
part the Baptist Training Union
at 6:30: p.m. The adults will flee, pastor's study, an additional ... "
workshop scheduled to be held "
Continue their study on how UJ COMMUNITY at office and a large workroom. The 8"' <,> 1
the First Baptist Church in Fort .
adults will Jensen Beach .
Visit The young pre. present church office is still oil
Pierce In the week
sent an informative skit about visiting Sunday: Morning worship servIce 19. starting Oct Albany Avenue.Refreshments. OFFICERS OF ANNA MILLER CIRCLE, Stuart-Jensen, No. Dorothy Hardy president; and Miss Myrtle Dyer, treasurer: stand-

a person who is sick. The at 9:30: ; second worship tcrv- Classes for all age will be pro will be served fol 1870, are shown at the group's eighth tnnivemry dinner at The ing Mrs. Myra Hearn parliamentarian; Mrs. Lillian F.it/n, vice
i II 7:45.
Worship1service at : A Iaurkry Ive, II a.Ift.\ beginning Oct. 1 18 vided. lowing groundbreaking. Yacht Club left and Mrs Ocralding Brooks, historian

for Infants during ; C. J. Sayly is director. Anchorage on Thursday: Oct 8. They are, to president;
III JI the provided services. Youth Fellowship, 6:30: p.m. 111.5' L. Mixon and C. F. Rag- SALERNO SOUTHERN I right Seated, Mrs.. Mat Dlugolccki. recording secretary; Mrs.HONOWNiTTA.TrtT'RESIDENrs .
Wednesday: Senior Choir, 7:30 .
Vn- : associates from Mate headquarters
IoThe Training p.m. and Junior (Choir 6:30: METHODIST
will be held p.m.; will be joined by numerous
Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m. in other Wednesday 7 choir
teachers. Mrs Henry ; p.m., practice *
through Friday, Oct. 19.23, at the
first" Baptist Church In Fort Pierce. the Sunday school meeting room. Tatum of Palm City will teach ; 7:30: p.m., the mid-week pray + i
Thursday: Midweek worship the service Bible
The workshop will be held from nine-year-olds Class er and study will be
service 7
p.m. held. The board of stewards will
7:10: to 9 each night Conferences
FIRST CHURCH OF CIIRISTSCIEN' meet immediately following the rY
kill be held for all rou"s'
age "
ST, MARY'S EPISCOPAL : ) 1ST service. I" v .
Ind provisions will be made for all prayer + .
the children. Outstanding Training Thursday, Oct. 15: 7:30: a.m., East Ocean Blvd., Stuart The tpworth League will spon

Union workers from the state i Holy Eucharist; 9:30: ( a.m., registration lesson-sermon subject, Oct. 18: ant a bake sale In front of the
Will 1 lead the conferences for workers for President' Council of "Doctrine of Atonement post. office on Saturday morning

members and interested per the Episcopal Churchwomen Palm Sunday school, 1 11 a.m. Nursery beginning at 9:30.: I
sons. Beach Deanery, meeting; 10 a.m., provided.Wednesday. Sunday morning worship serv*
Holy Eucharist Testimonial meeting ive will begin at 9:30.: The Sun

PRESBYTERIAN! BEGIN Sunday, Oct. 17: 9:30: a.m., Jun. I I p.m. day school hour will follow at
lor Choir rehearses with John 10:45.: Epworth League starts at yC s t
TWO SUNDAY SERVICES f'ul-i Reading Room: 282 Flaglcr Ave. oH
ton in the Sunday !school; 10:30: nue: Year round hours, Monday 6:30: p.m. The evening worship
Beginning this Sunday, Oct. 18, t.m., acolyte practice. through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. service will be held at 7:30.: There
the First Presbyterian Church will Sunday Oct. 18, Feast of St. I Christian Science radio program, it a nursery for all services.

return to the winter schedule of Luke: 7:30: a.m., Holy Eucharist' ; "The Bible Speaks to You" may Monday: 7:30: p.m., the Victory ,

two Sunday morning worship services 9 a.m., morning prayer and Sun- be heard over WSTU, Stuart 1450 Circle of the Missionary Society
-at 9 and II.' The Sunday day school; I 11 I a.m., Holy Eucharist ke at 7it5 p.m. Mondays. will meet In the home of Mrs

Church school wilt\ be )held at J 10 and sermon; 7:30: p.m., Inquir Topic for Oct. 19: "Finding the Woodson. .' s 5
a.m.' The coffee M"nIJe: r. era Class meets with Father SmithIn Basis for Agreement. Tuesday: Circle I of the Missionary .
period wilt now immediately the cloister room. Society will meet in thd

following the 11 a.",. service. Wednesday Oct. 21: 7:30: p.m., FIRST METHODIST home 'of Mr*. Bullard at 2 p.m.
This new schedule of services will Senior Choir rehearses. Stuart At 7:15: p.m. the Men's Evangelistic .

continue until May.LAYMAN'S Team will meet at the Sunday
REDEEMFR! LUTHERAN: Wednesday, Oct. 14: 7:30: p.m., school annex /
SUNDAY Chancel Choir rehearsal, board e ,
I Early worship service is heldat room. -- r.r'y. 'f
I Layman' Sunday will be oh- 8 a.m. at Redeemer: Lutheran Friday, Oct. 16: 10 a.m.. Women'

this Sunday, Oct. 1 18, in the I Church, East Ocean Boulevard, Bible study group at old I OBITUARIES 41 tLJaj
First Presbyterian Church The and regular service at 10:30: with t
church; 3:30:' p.m.. Junior Choir !l (I L .ll4M.d: s
tnen of the church will conductthe I Bible classes and Sunday school rehearsal at new church. z

two morning worship services; at 9:15.: Sunday, Oct. 18: 8:45: and 11 A. FRANK RICHARDS : Mrs. Dorothy Hardy, left, Witim Medt'1962- 4, and Mrs.'flary Viar3i.) 191-62. Other
"This I Is the Life" i Is
1 preach: :sermoneat:, t"both services.I I every Sunday on Channel presented 4 at 9 I a.m.will, worship speak on service"The Life Rev.With.Stuart Ocean A. Frank Breeze Richards Park, ,Jensen sixty-four! Beach ot I president of Anna' Miller Circle, present plaques to left to right: past prcsidtnts are Mr_. Judy Alberlson, 1957-59 1 IndMrs'' Mary

He will be assisted In the services a.m. The Lutheran Radio Hour in;" 9:45: a.m., coffee break; 10 died in Martin Memorial Hospital Linwood Simmons, for his late wife. Olivette, 1956-57: Mrs. LImben 19 9.6I.

t>y Robert Baltzer, Noal Browing will be heard at 7:35: over WSTUon a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m., quarter on Thursday. Oct 8. ..
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lames Llttman William R. Scott Sunday evening I 11 conference followed bygroundbreaking Mr Richards had made his residence I Anna Miller Circle ObservedEighth
fnd Alexander Wilson Baptized last Sunday was Kimberly ceremonies; 6:30: in this area since 1947, coming Five Traffic lerno, collided. with one driven I

I Michcle, infant daughter of p.m., M.Y.F. meets at new church\ ; here from Haverville, Mass by Bernard W. Hadley Indian-
FIRST PRESBYTERIANPine i Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lukat. Sponsors 7:30: p.m., Youth Choir rehearsalat He was employed for many yeanby town, when Phillipe' brakes fail I Anniversary October 8

.Lake Drive were Mrs. HelltlHodae.., new church. a clothing manufacturer as a Cases HandledBy ed. He was approaching the bridge
: Mrs Kenneth R. Dunipace and Monday, Oct. 19: 7 a.m., Men's cloth cutter: and designer He wata and couldn't stop to permit the
Sunday: 9 a.m., worship service; Mrs. Anna Miller Circle, Stuart-len' Cleaners and Laundry 300 North
I Margarcta Dlckhuth. Hadley car to eross. No charges I
Prayer in the veteran of World War I and
10 church II group sanctuary. a
a.m., school a.m. until
Colorado Avenue, Stuart
worship i service (Layman's Sun- Pastor Donald Schroeder conducts Tuesday. Oct 20( : 9:30: a.m., member of the American Legion the SheriffFive I were preferred by Deputy Frank sert No. 1870, celebrated: its eighth have been

flay sermon by John Nethers); i an adult Bible class every Woman' Society 0 f Christian Post 126, Jensen Beach. He was; Prevatt, who investigated the incident anniversary with a dinner at the complete made as to arrangements the date and place of

t p.m., High School Fellowship. Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the church. Service coffee hour; 10 a.m., regular also a member of the Veterans of automobile accidents 0 f I i Anchorage Yacht Club in Rio on the sale.Preparations .
Choir rehearsal The Ladies: Guild meets Wednesday meeting of Woman's SocietyOf World War I, Barracks 854, lest minor Importanc.ler.. handled Before daylight Saturday morning rummage
Oct. 8. Frances
Wednesday of this week at the church Christian Service. sen Beach. members of Martin Qunt1Sherifr. Dolores C. Murkerson, Okee- Thursday evening are being made tO<

flights Session at 7:30.meeting: Oct" 19 it 7:30 It 8 p.m. On Tuesday, Oct 20. I Ho Is survived by his wife. Hel.I by Department over the I chobee fell asleep at the wheelof Backman; was chairman of ar- send a special gift at Christmasto

It the church office. : the ladies will visit I Indian River ST. JOSEPII CA11IOLIC I en. one daughter and one sister weekend. her car as she was driving north I rangements. Thirty-four members the children at the Harry.Anna
Rest Home in Jensen Beach. Meetat I Services were held Saturday Oct At Palm City Friday afternoon on State \Road 710 near Indian- attended. The occasion was par- Crippled Children's Hospital at
United W
( Will, Presbyterian 0 me a the church at 2:15: or, for those Weekday' Masses, Monday i I 10, at 4 p.m. at the Yates Jensen Deputy Sheriff Slater Grose charged town causing her car to swerve ticularly to honor past presidents Um Ulla.
have' a reception Tuesday who In the I through Friday are at 8:30: a.m. the She back to : The next regular business meet
live Jensen' at homeof Beach Chapel. with the Rev New. W. to right. pulled who through their leadership and
pet 27 *t 3:30: p.m. to which and on Saturday. at 7:30: a.m. Leroy Pinney, seventy-five, legs will be held Thursday eve
Mrs. ton M. Tweedy pastor of the Corn' with the kft and the car crossed the diligence have earned recognition ; on
of the church in driving without a driver' license
III women and united are withCUII' An LLL Retreat will be held at School of Religion: high, school numlty Church 1ft Jensen' Beach pinney Wilt involved" 'in a I highway coming to rest In a I in many ways. Especially honored ning Nov. 12 at 8.
filed those women the tamp In Tampa this weekend students Monday, 7 to 8 p.m. ele- officiating. Burial was in All Sainte collision with driven Joe ditch. Deputy Floyd McAllister was the late Mrs. Olivette Simmons
church sine May, 1961. when a car by
commencing Friday mentary students, Saturday 9:30: Jensen with i estimated the car "was damaged first and
; evening Cemetery, Beach the president organizer
V. in
We" moved to this location, will he Cohee Stuart front of the Secretaries Start
at 8 through Sunday afternoon to 11130) a.m. Veterans: of World War 1 perform I post office McCord Venue. to the extent of $200.A of the circle: under whole
specially honored Please markhis Pastor Schroeder Is the pastoral All parents with children who ing the military rites The Yates Grose said on failed A I li boy, David Low guidance during the past eight Members/lift DriveThe
( calendar and make Pinney to yield booker
on your advisor of the LLL for this district are attending St. Joseph/ Schoolare Funeral Home In' Jensen Beach the man of Park Indiantown. years many goals have been achieved.
every effort to attend. and he will be In attendanceat asked. to receive their children's was in charge of local arrange righhof left -w'sy to Cohee lit making i was treated at Martin Memorial Stuart Chapter of National -
this will report cards on Wednesday, Oct. a turn. I after struck Linwood Simmons the Will hold
retreat, al be members mcnls. Hospital being by a accepted Secretaries Association
FIRST BAPTIST Of Redeemer 14 from 6:30: to 8 p.m. at the Indiuniown On Friday brides at 6:20: p.m. on driven the [ ear driven by George E. Mency award in memory of hi* wife, Oli a contest from Oct. 15, through

Stuart The church I is open every day school BYRON EUGENE SELFRIDCK a car of Indiintown. 1 he boy was one vette; and others honored were April 15. 1965, to secure new
by Johnny R. Port Sa- .
Wednesday evening at 6:30: the for meditation! and prayer from A meeting will be held Wednesday phillipe, of several children who ran across Post Presidents Judy Albertson, members.
Training Union Executive Committee 9/ a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Byron Eugene Selfrldge, thirty i. Fifth Street In Booker Park in Mary Limben, )"IoU> Vilardi and The chapter will be divided intotwo

and .the Sunday school superintendent school: to make plans for a Hallo two of First Street and Lincoln the ten scan Mr, Fairchild front of the Meney cat Mency Wilma Medley. teams the losing team to buy
will meet at the UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST ween party for the children of St. Avenue oct.Port Salerno died at nil was a member of the Carpenter said he was driving slowly but During this period $5,841.50has dinner for the winner There will
Joseph parish. Parents, workers, home 9. He was a native of I conk! not In time to avoid been the be $10 J( certificate for the
Church. Prayer service will be held (Congregational Palm City) "*. Union Local 746 of Norwalk stop sent to HurryAnnaCrippled a gift
It. 7:30: led by the deacons: in the Oct 17: Youth's Work Day for helper and ideas are needed Hutchinson Kansas hitting the boy. No charges were Children's Hospital in girl who brings in the most mem-
the in this :
absence of Rev. Forrest H. Wat- Christ St. Joseph Guild will hold Mr Self ridge lived area He is survived by his wife Elizabeth preferred.Deputy. Umatilla; and 2997.50 has been hers. This i will be awarded at the

kins. The Youth and ChancelChoirs Sunday, Oct. 18. Sunday school, a card party at the community; I for the of past two Korean years.War He was He 1 b aI I of Hate Sound'l. one son. Gerald Brown filed no given to BPOE Lodge No. 1870 Boss Night dinner during the last
will rehearse at 1:13: Wednesday 9:45: a.m. II the service room hi the First National Bank veteran i Frederick: Jr. of Wilton, Conn., I charges when cart. driven by Harry tor equipment such : address week in April. 1965. The teams
; a.m. survived Mrs tables
evening. and sermon, "Armor For Life." building Thursday, Oct. IS at I Stlfrldge,by three hit mother sisters. ,,. Mrs.Mary William : and one daughter" Mrs. Agnes I Collier of Gifford and RuthC. system, chairs, decor will he the Bears and the Bulls.
Sunday, at both the 8:30: and p.m. Please bring your own cards Scott of Danbury, Conn., five Robbins of Stuart collided as ations and silverware; and $750
t 11 l I-.m. worship services, Rev. OSCEOLA STREET A bake sale will be hU Sun Stone of Port and Salerno Mrs.. Ronald and Morrison Mrs. trandxons and six great "grandchildren the Robbins car was making a left in scholarships has been awardedto NSA PLANS LISTEDOn

Louis B. Fisher will bring the SOUTHERN METHODIST day, Oct. 18 after all the Masses. Blackburn of Oak View three. sister, Mrs. Nellie 'I turn on to First Street t. Stuart Martin County Senior i High i Saturday, Oct. JO, Mrs R.
messages. Rev. Fisher' has recently All the ladies of the parish are Calif.Rudolph Shea. Port Charlotte N. Y.. Mrs. about 5 p.m. Sunday. The deputy School student Many other local. C. Undsey.\ president of the local
resigned the at the West Sunday school is held each asked to contribute baked p' Funeral services were. held (In chapter Secretaries
Lauderdale Baptist Church Sunday morning at 9:30.: Trading sumps are still need- City Mrs. Mae Murphy, Salt Lake 600 respectively" to the two cars. After dinner a short business Association
Johns Funeral Home at attended Certified
wortSunday The Rev Durwird II. ed for our bazaar Please leave Chapel a
into full time evangelistic pastor i City, Utah, meeting was conducted by President
Knight Jr.. will be the speakerat !them in the box at the church lax 2 p.m. Tuesday Oct 13. The Professional Secretaries Toward*
school for all ages Is held Rev. Q. C. Taylor of theFirst Funeral services will be In Norwalk BID WERE ACCEPTEDFOR : Dorothy Hardy. New members Session at the Downtowner Motor
each Sunday morning at 9:45: under the J 11 a.m. service Sunday. A A meeting of the East Coast Church In pastor Port Salerno Conn. Burial will be in Riverside TYPEWRITERS AT Mrs. Dorothy Burke and Inn. Orlando
the leadership of Lame Rink- nursery is provided for young Deanery will be held! at Delray officiated.Baptist: Cemetery Norwalk, Conn. MONDAY SCHOOL MEET Mrs. Florence Dcmbowski of Coral The
Burial was in Fern subject covered ia this session
,r. At 6:30: the Training Union, children during the morning wor Bach Thursday, Oct 22. A ay Hill Johns Funeral Home i Is in charge of Gardens and Mrs. Aim Sehaef- was secretarial
Cemetery. School Board accounting.
ship. lady wishing to attend may call local! Martin County accepted of Hibmcstt Park Inducted
tinder the leadership of Mrs. Pau arrangeme u. Bring were The
next session will be held
Pastor's office hours art held Mrs. Ghioito at 2874927. two bid on typewriters :
the Mrs. Wilma
Combs meet at the church. There by chaplain,
are union for alt ages. At the each Wednesday afternoon from The ladies of St. Joseph Parish PAUL HERMAN KERNER: ..UnItJRlSnFOIiR Monday night from the Rumen Medley, and welcomed: into the cussed Nov. 14 will and be the subject to be dis

service at 7:41: I to 3 at the church. will make their annual retreat on Paul Herman Kemef. seventy Arthur Wiftdfonr, ninety of 107 Corporation of West PaIns Beach: Circle. Announcement was made. For human relations.
the ordinance of the Lord's Supper Prayer service and Bible study the weekend! of Nov. 6-'. Catholic four, of 214 Sandra Drive. Jensen' West 5th Street died' Saturday. S57 S for five Remington alas that the Kraft Club will meet on call further)7.information, please
I Is held each Wednesday night beginning and non-Catholic are. invited.Any Memorial aids and $1,250 for five Remington the first and fourth Thursday .
wilt be observed. Rev Forrest I Beach died at Martin Oct 10 in Fort Pierce Memorial bids evenings Mr*. IVY' Murton. rice presidentof
at 7:45.: The pastor is currently lady wishing to attend maycontact electrics. Other higher of each month Mrs.
H. Welkins will bring the evening Hospital on Oct 1 II.1.He Hospital after an extended illness.He wash the Stuart chapter, acted .
teaching a course from the Mrs. (Geurw Ruelius, V-A were from Hock Office Equipment and at rep I
France chairman
.Ie", ... was a native of Germany ws a native of Belgium.He Bochman resentative at the dedication
Monday through Friday the I Epistle of Peter. The public is Street. Martin'n Mobile. Homes and a former resident of E1in th. i l's' survived by 'hit' wife. Laura, and Fort pierce Typewriter Mm. Myrtle Dyer, knitting instructor. new post office in Indiantown of the

Association! Training Union I : Invlt.eI.I Park, Mrs. Kubin, 287-1702. or N. J. He lived In this area for the I of Stuart, and one daughter, Mrs. Company. Saturday. Oct 10. on t

workshop will be held at the First I The Women's Missionary Society Mn. P. Schriwicer, 287.4358.1 I past twelve years. Mr.t Kerncr was I Emory Austin of Woodlme NJ. BI.11/ 1 A delegation of member, headed On Saturday. Oct. 17. the St> tart I
Baptist Church In Fort Pierce will mitt at the church this a veteran of World War I. I Funeral service were held in by the president will attend chapter will be
with a faculty of prominent work- Thursday. night at 7:45.: All women JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: He survived by his, wife, Sirs Johns Funeral Home Chapel Wedaesdav IN MEMORIAM the Anna Mines. State Conference Miami along with fourteen traveling' to '1

Sri from the Southern Baptist Con i are invited to attend. Brllt Road Mary Kcmer, two wins John Ker- i Oct. 14, at It a.m. with DtXTTR .TO.. BUILARD at Homestead BPOE No. 1754 on dents from Martin County Senior stu ,
ner of Jensen' Beach Paul Kerner. the Lowrt, alI \& Nov. 21. There. will be a luncheon
vention. The classes begin each Thursday 7:30: p.m.. Theocratic Rev Sidney ai*> High" School to attend Future
evening at 7:1;I] and continue until TRINITY METHODISTJriwm I Ministry School; 8.30 p.m., MTV. Jr. of Rowlle. N. J, I (pastor of the First Presbyterian\ Mho October)left w oneyeat 15 IH3.ago I at noon, foitowNnshop Secretaries Association leadership a

1:40.: i Beach ice meeting. Theme: ""Helping Funeral service were held in Church. Smart. officiating. Burialwas I conference and fashion show 'in clinic at Thompson Han of

The Junior Girls' Auxiliary and I Thursday, Oct IS: 7:30: p.m.. Other to Obey the Good News. John Funeral Home Chapel Tues in Fern Hill Memorial Cme- Death b a heartache the afternoon and a dmncr-diuw* Colk.KINDRED,.. Barry I
Sunbeams will meet at the church; choir rehearsal, Sunday 4 p.m.. public discourseby day. Oct 13 at 8:30p.m.. with tcry. No one can heal in the evening.' The Circle win _

Monday afternoon at J: l' I Sunday, Oct IS: Adult Sunday J. E:. Tracy Task: "(hod's Kingdom the Rev. D. K. Schroeder pastor Memories are keepsake : sponsor two member to attend !
Tveada/ afternoon at 1:15.:1 the school class, taught by Mrs. NedOunsalus Rules Amidst' Hi Enemies. of Redeemer Lutheran Church Officiating. ERIN RICHARDS No one can steal i this conference. NARGL'S KPOKE: AT r

C'.UolllW Cherub Choirs will meet I 9:45: a.m. SIS: p.m., Bible study with aid Frank Richard a resident of Beautiful memories are all we I The CVcto. Bowling League at : CONVENTION
for rehearsal. These choirs are for Sunday Oct 18: Sunday school of \\atchtower. Theme: "CarryOn Ocean Berets Park panted away have 'left now hi session and mecta on' Tuesday I Henry Kindred returned Monday I

ill I children all through twelve. I nursery department through Junior Prayer on Every Occasion in i FREDERICK G. FAIRCHILD last week i in MartHa Memorial Of a wonderful Husband Father evening at 7 ".m. at Jensen > from weekend attendance at

Mrs. Kay funcaIdirect.. theCherub department 9:45: a.m.; morning SpIrit Frederick: George FalitniW, six Hospital. Burial. was In Jensen ad GrandfatherWe Beach La_ President of the !the NARGUS convention in KoftSM .

Choir with Mrs. W.ltert.roweD I worship, 11 a.m.; evening worship, Tuesday 7:30:: p.m., Bible study. ty-tight Hobe Sound died at his Beach Oct 10 He is survived by will never forget league b Mrs. Mary Vilardi.A 'I City, Mo. A* fiN vice presiI t
u pianist Mn. BUI Rot- 7)0: first and third Sunday Theme: "the Desolating of Zton. home Friday Oct 9. after a brief km. wife, Helen, and a, daughter rummage sale Ice. scheduled I dent cf the national esp of \hv
1 In directs the Carol Cboit, withMrs. Tuesday, Oct 27: Fellowship Assemble for participation m 1I\n.\ ... Mn. K. C Lechner, Jacksonville; Wile Daughter and I for November and tot,*.. Erasers ( dependent grocers, I+ ... on
Charles Swoop a* pianist I dinner at 6 followed b y field! .ministry, Saturday and Sunday He wu a native of NotwaJk. I a tinier o4 ewe gr.ntchWres. QI'1Ut4dII Weer Keith bat offered to accept and Importance r of the. Front Part ord
.intermediate pirla Auxiliary : quarterly cooiWcoce. 9.1) a-m. Coon, sad fed lived ia ilea ems by Johnny R. Ptuikpe Poet Sa I I'koVI bsmdle at Martin CMNM I line StoreT



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r'I. Vffc. lAicWe Neia n. a member tin County SWiw High" School I'l
of Stuart Epmlon Zeta chapter In iJJition to her regular dutitA
This City's Confusion Comer has bean chqipn J J965 Beta<< Stoma |I she hat bn year book, sponsor 1
Phi ValanlSr. (|iNn. s h, will! 1 tor the ||*l MM Wart. *M first
Hgfa Mir Hit annual VaVmnwfrit. an Ht4MMiV jbr Ifeiftft Rivet y.11like
w. ptA( Mf) fnm our read- I er naraa*-but |JI10 J oenNrt &W'IoI Pwi*t et the for M llt tMtrtainiHfMt Junior Orittfr. rW 1'W'w.lur>
ers t feto dMd 0>e name for nitely closes next week 19 Niciotw Circle feature of the scaton! 'inn ,itt initial year. IWO-61 and
the "Coorfwiep i Corner' in downtown Here are the suaa0t.tK>ns v far: :36! Seven Points ((3) in i FebruaryhM is (this year tiachiruj. i a choral class ,?
Stuart where Colorado, Old I. Roada 'N Raai4s ?|. The Orb H b. Na MJR. be.ffl an en- .u the hlab jUi r r
N k3 ,
Dixie, Ocean Boulevard and Flag. 2. The Wheel Circle. The & uNiagic .mfNMT of P4U Jfcma : \\hen a>jjftl uhal w doe in 1
kr Avenue are intersected by the 3, The Labyrinth' The Axle The ot.INe. Spin. Phi for a number' of yean and 1 her '!pare flme. tucilh replied to kmaw
tracks of the Florida East Coast 4 Calamity Corner d e. The Carousel The Web hat served in many capacities. Will, afl'f my husband, I'm Just ale dt The Dairy Council of r
Railroad. Last she was a member of u iin\ about" ctramicaftIRS. : !
1. Washington D. C. The Mare Dilemma. Mystic year south Plprldp it proudto
Pn/iicJ below/ are flea names 6. Coffin the scholarship: committee, which.
/ Intersection! Circle J The Complex,
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FOVTFR TO Df.n..II. Ctrhficgt of
b date all did outstanding nork in \selecting! present
sent in > pf which are 7. fxx.1 Corner The Purple:!* t
.identified by number only. pick I 8. Crossroad Puzzle 22. Six petals' a recipient for the Sl.OtX) Ben ItOMk&SI Merit Awards to that
the name you think fits best and 9. Crisscross Crossing 23. Nine Points and Grand Central Sigma Phi Scholarship. I Membera of tM D.A.R. will deserving young people
drop us a postcard on your choice. 10 Five Points ((2)) Station She is the wife of local realtor meet Thursday evening with, MnI .. for outstanding
From its number well know who" I II. Palm Circle 24."The: Tourist' Trap M. K (Ronny) Nelson who M asociated I) I P IX Berry at her home in 0 .
submitted |it. I 12 Amen Corner 2J. ShungriU) with" Nelson Rat l F-lule | Fltloradt Heights. Mrs, James. ctMtlti and mplaryUgdtnhip
The choice of the 13. lives in Foster\ will be cu-hlstca. : honoring both
greatest number Confusion Corner 26 Courtly' Corner in Stuart. The couple: Palm : 1 p+d t
of readers will help us in pick I M. The Hub 27: Chaos Corner Cut family and communiry.ii .
ing the winner-and to the person 15 Stuart Pentagon .The 28 Confusion Complex She is the daughter of Mr and RUK nml.IT I II
who submitted the winning name Labyrinth) :9. Hl'l>leloInny. SWia Un Carl) Greco of Hole t Sound. Kir and MM, Wj C. Armor ,
will go a yenr'i subscription to 'I 16. Watchit Corner Watch. Junction and Whistle Trigs and a graduate of Adclphi College -,I have returned from Casper. Wyo. I
The Stuart News or an extensionof I out Corner Long NanJ. N Y. with II where they vacationed and visltetlwith .
one year if already a subscriber 17 The Maze The Concourse 30. Undtrlaker'i Helper degree in art. She M presently head their son W. C. Armor Jr.
It's not too late to suggest olh- I 18. Corner Exchange Five 31 .Insane Inierscctioit of the art department of the Mar. I and family.
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".1 14 Carol. t7, organltcil
and drilled the !
: :." Ing Silhouettes/ 'Sing.r

t group of teenage folk
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; ,.. singers' who, have
.' ..'tt ; brought italtwldt .ttenkm t-
". : publicity
{ 'I elf Eta ,s.l.. ; to rt, Pierce and 81 ,
11 y;,'Na+.' ; i.lf, t latch County: Tw
.. RONUI> I tCII NH.SOV) Singing Mlhnuetteahavt
.... )I ,. .f ( 11)) entertained t*.
,' ; -- -- ttnalwljr throughout
,1 St. Lucia County.
Junior Woman Club Reports and participated\ In\
the Stephan! tntttMenwrUJ .

: .kI'l Plans for Very Active Season \ festivaltNiiummerat Marl-,

. I _. etta !Spring\ Carol
.. .. i U I wnlur at Dan
The Junior Woman Club of Mn Robert honey chairman, VrTarty. Hi|&
Stuart met' Monday evening. Xt! reminded members uf IN "G<<
12 at the Woman" Club building Out/ and Vpta, campaign/ M,m-, r ;
hostesses' were Mn Robert Hull- hers: of the Junior Woman's Club: ;
tee and Mr*, !tarry AnkromMrs. will otter bal>y-sniing services end -
John Ball gave the devotional transportation tit& the polN on election
The membership committee dayAl.o
Mn. furl P Ricer, chmrnmn. on election day. Nov 3. .
": ;: and Mn Koimld. Prcktin, Mr, the club will assist in the gksojHank )
i .,: David Burley Mrs Umald (Iota, i ( drive by &Iu"I1II1aandwlcbc: :,
I. ......' and Mrs. Ullr I M rstellcr. presented six! distributing Blood flank tags
j flex
\ << akit j I he program "' li> donate blood
\ 'I' The American Horn I department at |the Woman's Club building. CHUCKSCOTT
Mrs Pan I Mur'lelUr, chairman Mis Jack Hampton, Chairman, ofIht
conducted a plant turning/ community( affair depurtmtnl' .Last summer and
among" members and guests. 'J I "he is In charge of lhi. project.Mr 'fivt up a loud.pa"I'm
conservation department. Mrs I *, Robert 14.| Johnson publicity kill ii> h. could
Robert Hallier, Chairman: pritent- chairman I Is In charge of serve", aa a cnuwjo
J ed displays for lire Prevention the Junior project I.L'Know Your la' hla cbvrab
.. Week and United Nations (P vMn I American Days I ." The purpose (If Kldi Kruswtt" IIIfIto
Years In The Florida House j Frank 7orn reported. nnth thus "projtci .to to remind' mt punt pier tamp fie ii
Twenty-Two annual C hrinlmas parade iipon- / liu 4rf special days hi "b< remembered trtanumr" far *'.t
caned by the club. .1 I M parade will church young pto-
and Senate be held Saturday Doc 1. at 10 Mrs, William McKniglil. chair tat aclat i hi **. x
'm. (oraniiltees: arc awards. Mrs/ t. Jack J Hampton; line-up, Mrs Donald tee reported that thirty-tight I mem- .. ('hili'" .U bath,
Gore; publicity. : Mrs Robert, :hen and husband attended, thtswIniMmner la tnt fuutbttll team ,
Born In Florida Raised In Florida .- M Johnson; judges Mrs Mallory ( party held it I h t the l.imllllU
.. Johnson; Santa anti Mrs. Santa, hums of ]Xlrs. James K Ko .U l| onXI (bum and CDurw
Mn Harold. Smith, ; fruit and can ( ,1.Yearbook. tha. bnikl. Cburk la
t dy, Mrs fred Kogrrs; Santa chairman' Mn John a danker High" al VeraBeeeb
: helpers, Mrs Robert Balucr: and Hall distributed ,J944-A1 club:
., ",
A Full Time Resident'of Florida bands, Mrs rank 7orn (Meegain yearbooks 5t
both commercial and organlailon I Mrs. Joseph M Btvl was welcomed f
:, r entries will H accepted I as a maw member" Ouesii
Acclaimed By His Fellow Senators As One Of The the ways and means cuinmitlM, al Iht meeting were: Mr* Mar.

Legislators In The Florida Senate r Mn. Kermit Tucker: chairman : shall Ivans, Kir*. Noel Browning
Outstanding announced thai tile club will lake and Mrs Unwiynt Roll 1 1b
picture of children with Santa The .eullva board will mitt ..
A Martin County Ranch Owner and Taxpayer al the parade as a way and means Ocl 22 al the horns pf Mrs Nod
s .. project Mn. Harold Smith Is In Adchtildi Iht 1 nest rrfulur club .
{ e. charge of a trawling basket Id defray meeting! will .be held Nov 9 at '
A Conservative Democrat. tapentea fur sending club the Woman nub. hulldn) The .
members lo convention: I program will he 'Il4( .>wer' lloiir,*
Mrs. tarry Ankrom. chairmanOf : sponsored by) the fine arts and *ducatMin .
Responsible For Senate Passage Of The Okeecho-; 'v" tM tducallivn department r.- tleparlnitnta' H<<*ttsst* WIULOKtUMt
'' porlod that the club will have afallowevn will .bt Mrs. Willurn" McKnlghland << 'The JeyIwescquktn't :
bee Lake Split Bill'Bringing Road Dollars J ; ,;,t partfor retarded children Mrs. David! HurUy. M n. pun. be prouder
To Us. ''ii-I .. al the PicJftH Center in Port' lei Oarlock will hav* the dtvotllonal IIC hale MW Miss
: Salerno. Th party will 'hi "held onIrlday 'Initiation of new mernhrrt Stuart Jaycee, July
Des. 30. from I la 2.JO will also bt held al the Noytm s bowsKottJy doe.
Main Senate i r" p.m. at DM school.: lanes art btr meeting.PullumyciMIs. aha. ""
A Member Of All The Committees .
planned und rcfrfthmcnit will. bt Matte, and a radiant
Including Seven Interim Committees. 4?:, served I was ;first dtscrlb' pMrtoMlity, but "..'a

The public affair_ department 'td. .by a lundon physician, _'to I7M. awtowail tea Judy wttn U an Drain'A.A

VtwlMt at Martin ?
County High" School.
when ant .la a If""n-
lot and worta .

KEEP MARTIN COUNTY GROWING !. our current October Monthly Review" *. luvt rtauuminfd .. r U th':*IlJne aetaot :II: *j.
the common stock of tour companies: ,
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/ Radio Stction WSTU 1450 On Your Dial Monday and

Tuesday, October 19th & 20th 7-9 p.m. Each DayMoney

raised In the Stuart Klwanls Third Radio Auction will go Into Item to b. auctioned are shown printed below. Each Item Is shown operator that you want to bid on number so-and-so give the amount you

the Klwanis Boys and Girls Activity Fund to b. used to help children with a number, and description of the Item, name of the contributor and want to bid. If the Item has been sold the operator will tell you. You

In Martin County. Items and services to be auctioned are all new and the retail value. The date wh.n the Item will b. auctioned U shown may bid aa many times as you wish.

were generously contributed by Martin County businessmen. W. publicly and Items will be offered u numbered. Klwanlans will be at
To pay for and get the Items you have bought. I
thank them for their liberal h.lp. To bid on an Item you simply call 287.5400 and telephone operators the Stuart Woman'a Club. Monday and Tuesday. October 19 and 20 between

To bid on Items In the Ridl- Auction follow these simple ruleat (Kiwanlana) will be on hand to plac. your bid for you. Just tell the the hours of noon ((12)) and 4.00: p.m.



1. Stuart Travel Trip for ((2)) S.S. Bahama Star ... . ........ 132.00 101. Frank's TV and Appllnacea Down Payment on Color Console .. ................... ..........?....................... $100.00 I I
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2. Fashlonette Beauty' Salon Permanent ............... ........................................................................................ 25.00 102. Gryder Shoe Repair Gift Certificate .. .. ..........................................._....................... 10.00
3. Frank's TV Sc Appliance Down Payment on Color Console ..........__........................................... 100.00 103. Coca-Cola Bottling 4 Cases of Coke Deposit Included .................. .....................................-............... 7-60 1
4. Coca-Cola Bottling 4 Ca... Coke Deposit Included .........................._..._........................................ 7.60 104. Lyric Theater 100 Passes ........ ........ ....................................._H..?..,....._.._+...._... 90.00 I
5. Rlcou Photo Center Gift Certificate to be Applied on AGFA Reflex 35 MM Twlnlens Camera ... 80.00 ;I 105. Gulfstream Electronics Channel Master Sub-Miniature Radio .....??..,...-................-M4-.....M-.. 9.98
6. Vincent's Jewelry' Hamilton Ladles'! Watch ........................................... .....a-H.; ... 67.50 106. Stag Shop Gift Certificate ...... .. .. ...... .. ... ................??.........._.,.......................**.&:. .......... 10.00
7. Nelsner Bros.. Inc. Gift Certificate ... .......................................................J/II.-/ .."......?....................... 10.00 107. Stuart's of Stuart 9' x 12' Inslde-Outslde Carpet .................... 78.00
8. Stuart Tackle Sallf ishlng Trip on Bll-B. ..... .........................................-+.i.."................................... 55.00 108. Web Ordway Front End Alignment (no parts) .... ......................< 7.50
9. Stuart Cabinet Three Foot Natural Birch Cabinet............. ............ ? ._...........................?...... 55.82 109. TrI-County Gas Gas Space Heater. .. .. .... .. ............?........-_.*-..-. -"...-._."_....... 49.95
10. Gulf Stream Electronics Channel Master Sub-Mlnlatur. Radio ....m................................ 9.9B 110. Means Jewelry' 14-K Gold Overlay' Necklace and Earrings .........._..:.....-.__......" 41.80
11. Stuart's of Stuart Heritage Dining Chair ............................................... ".................._................ 49.95 w 111. Nelsner Brothers Gift Certificate ..... ......... ...... .......?_.._.........:...._.....:.,.....*...Hi. ..*MfTi. ..._... 10.00
12. St. Lucle Skyways Audio-Visual Ground School Course ............... ._............:....._........ 50.00 ; 112. Kindred's Super Market 4 Gallons Sealtest Ice Cream ......................-..y.r.....*.,..*..: ** 1...._... 7.92
13. Mlller'a Poodle Pagoda Lurallght 8c Stand ....................................._................_............. ............... 8.90 :, 113. Southeastern Printing Co. 1000 Letterheads and Envelopes ..-.._... U ....'I':':..- r---." 35.00
14. Art Mart of Rio 25 x 38 Original Oil Painting ........ .........................."....?.._......................_..?......._ 35.00 r 114. Lovely' Lady Beauty Salon Permanent by Jerry Keddlng ...?_......i4nftftT.fc------1...._ ............... 35.00
15. Stag Shop Gift Certificate .. ...............................................".........................._............. 10.00 115. KlIx Shoes Black Loafers .. -.r-. ......**4S*........,... 5-99
18. Jack's Gulf Service Goody.ar Original Equipment Tire .....,_............_.............................__,... 35.00 118. Rlcou Photo Center .-* 35 Black & White Christmas Cards ....... .............??._..?...._....... **i...........:.. 5.60
17. Krause St Crane G.E. Electric Slicing Knife ......................................._._:..,.................?...............,;.... 29.95 117. Coral Garden Lanes Electric Pianola .. .. .. .................................?.._....".................._............._.. 35.00
18. Martin County Sun Advertising Space .................................- ?..,........-...........*................-.......... 25.00 118. Gulf Oil Corporation 30 Gallons No-Nox Gasoline .......................?.?.,_.._...._.._...................:......... 10.00
19. Skate-way Roller Rink Chicago Roll.r Skates ......................_1............................................_.._.......... 22.95 119. Dlckerson Inc. 6 Cubic Yards Llmerock ...............?...._............... 30.00
20. Reliable Septic Tank S.rvlc.1 1-Clean Out .......................................?.............."..?......_......?........"......... 25.00 120. Prultt's Fishing Ranch1h Day Fishing For 3 People ......... .........,__ ......_-_..-................... 25.00
21. Paul's Standard Station Atlas 38 Month Battery ......_....._..,..............................._....._... ._........... 33.95 121. R St R Family' Shoes Dress Shoes ............. ............................_.._--'._.,_.....f.. _....... 9.99
22. Stuart Tackl. Sc Marine Rod and Reel ................................:;._.....?.............. .......................,_"......... 20.00 I 12%. Goodall Rubber Co. 50' of K" Hose. .. ... .. ...V.........._..............-.__................_._.....H... 9.95
23. Stuart Feed Supply Pair 10-Inch Flow.r Pots and Stands _.......?.,................._........._:: ............. < 7.70 1 123. Merkle Motors Underrating of Car .... .... ............,".Jfr.............._-.. _.*...."...._...__._......? 25.00 s
24. Goodyear Service Store G.E. Shoe Polisher .........................._._...?......-.......i:......................"...._........ 19.95 124. Frock & Frill FashionsBowling Bag by' Midas .......;n,."'.............._._,.._............... *X ....... 22.95
25. Amity Bulck-Pontlae Corporation Front s.at Belta......_........._....................................................... 18.00 125. Krueger Florist Sc Gifts Dried Floral Arrangement ._.._......?..__.........._.,._.__...._ 10.00
26. Village Shoppe Villager Shirtwaist Dr.. .............................._.."......_........w_.....?................. ........." 17.98 126. Chason's Garage 6.70x15 Gates Whitewall Tire .. ....."..._:........... ..... t-........:...._._.......... 22.00
27. Luckhardt Construction 5 Yards Top Soil _........................_..._.................._............._........:: ............. 17.50 127. Whillcar Fleet 35Lb. Draqseth. Claw Anchor ...............?_...,..................._..._.............-....->-......... 21.00
28. Kindred's Super Market 3 Rib let Cut Roast ......:.......;...... .._j." ......._..........................._.._...... 8.90 128. Stuart Tackle Sc Marine Rod and Reel .......... ... .................?..._........._......._.................:...I:.............. 20.00
29. Iligbee Electric Weetlnghouse Electric Can Opener .....;.. ."''I.._..............?,,...............&...............:=.... 18.95 129. Oddity' Shop Pair Syroco Plaques .: 20.00
30. Kwik Chek Gift Certificate ....... ................................._.._...._.........."._...._-....._.."..... 10.00 130. Superior Meat Market Canned Ham (I 3.12 Lbs.) ...........?...........,._................._.............__...._........... 10.00
31. Park Pharmacy Park-Davis Vitamins ...... ...............................?.?...". .._....................?.....1....._-... 18.00 131. Rowell Furniture Co. Brass Wall Mirror and Shelf .......?....._................__...?......__.,,,a,,........... 19.95
32. Gulf Oil Distributors 30 Gallons No-Nox Gas ..............?...................:......................._.........._".......... 10.00 132. Amity Bulck.Pontiac Corp. Front Seat Belts ...................................+; ......._._.....-.._........+............ 18.00
33. Web Ordway Motor Tune Up ..... ... ................................._?.................................;.:.l.._..V.... 22.00 133. Standard Oil Company Distributors", Front and Rear Atlas Floor Mat_......?..._..?...._...?............. 17.98
34. Rowell Furniture Double. Goose-Neck Lamp (desk or bedside) _........................_ .... .. : ..... 15.99 134. Pelican Landscape Gift Certificate ...................._......:L*....._......._................",_.._....... 10.00
35. City Service Distributors Case of Koolmotor S-D Oil ..................__.................?...............1.( ..M....... 15.60 135. Stuart Jewelers Lady's Waterproof Oris Watch ................?............................._..........?............>".......... 17.95
38. Ray Cooks Sept la Tank Service 2000 Gold Bond Stamps ....................... .......................;.._............ 20.00 138. Ivy Smyth Le Crevset Cook Ware 3 Pieces .. .. .................................?....._........."........................?... 17.35
37. Fisb-N-Hol. Use. of Boat and Motor with Gas For 1 Day ...........,.........?....:............,......,... .......... IS.OO 137. Plttman'a Gulf Station Complete Engine Tune-up ...............................,..?................?._.?....................... 21.89
38. Vaughn St' Wright Front and Rut Universal Car Mats ............._._...............?..._......................" 15.00 138. Humble Esso Station 7.50 x 14 B/W Tire ................................_..........._. .,.............,.__..... 17.35
39. Service C.nt.r 4 Yards Dress Material ...... ..... ........................._..._...._.._.................;._.......... 5.00 139. Dyer Dry Goods Pair Sheets and Pillow Cases ......................._.........?.......??.._".........?..?.?_............ 10.00
40. Ace Exterminator 2 Months Pest Control Service ..................._.___................_................" 15.00 ,;. 140. Ace Roofing and Tile 5-room 1 IS or 30 Feet ... .... .. ................................_. ........_....iff .,...... I-2S
41. Auto, Supply Sportsman Lantern ... ..... ................ .......?..,...__..............?.............................. to.IS Ul. Ray Cooks Septic Tank Service 5000 Gold Bond Stamps ...........__...._1..,.-IT. .. niajtonp.mB? ...._ 20.00
42. Harvey's City Service Goody.ar Allweather Tire ..............."........,....?................_........................... 15.00 142. RInker Materials Corp. 100 Yards 2SOO# Concrete .... ......................,............._?........."-& ..?............... 15.00
43. Stuart Drug Corp. Schaffer Life Tim. Pen ...... ......................,._....._._........................",.,.t..........." 12.50 143. Paramount Cleaners & Laundry Clean 9' x 12 Rug ............................".?..... ,.... ."'""' ............. 10.80
= 44. Household Electric Frlflidalre Elector ..........................__............. ...... .................... 13.85 144. Tropical Fashion Center Gift Certificate ... ...............................?.,_..._" ...-.-. ,.;. ............ 15.00
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4$. Your Bowling Lanea Man's Shoes ..._........_........__...?........................_...... 10.19 145. Stuart's of Stuart Heritage Dining Chair ... ............................................. ....-....Y." .-.......... 49.95
&8. Stuart Paint and Supply' V4" Black St Decker Drill ................,........... ...........,.........:...........,...._..._.. 14.50 146. Jensen Trailer Sales 39Ya" Long Cocktail Table ................................_....- + ...,. ......... 15.00 r
47. Bill Greene Chevrolet Front Wheel Alignment. Oil Chang and Lube .......,...............-t'............ U.OO 147. Harvey's City Service Lube Car Wash 10 Gallons of Gas .._............ \ ri.Rft: .L--a ..... '.90
48. Stuart's of Stuart Drapery Rods by Klrsch .... ......................._.;. ................................_......" ._....... 25.00 148. Tropic Furniture Store Electric Juicer ... .. ......... ............................_._...................................... U.9S I':
&9. Grace's Beauty Shop Permanent .. ...................?..,...........................,........................"...._. lS.OO 149. Stuart Department Store Samsonlte Train Case ... .....................................1 .........:...."....... 14.95 .
60. His St Her Sport Wear. Wool Knit Ladles' Slacks ..........................,........................."............t.j ..."........ 13.95 150. Stuart Feed Supply Gallon Outside White Paint .. .......... .............................A.? ...._.._...._.......... .95
51. W.I..,', Jewelry Cor ham Silver Bread Tray .... .................... ........ I.... ,1 151. Walkers Jewelry Man's Sterling Silver Identification Bracelet ..;,...........I J.:...iw-. ........ IUS
52. Corl.y Texaco Station Goodrich Long Miler Tubeless ........ 23.82 ... 152. Bill Greene Chevrolet Lube. Oil Change. Front Wheel Alignment .......__ ......__................. 14.00
53. Greene's Dry Goods Co. Lady Baltimore Train Case ...?...... ......." ILlS 153. Hart's Mobile Home Sales Electric Clock .. .,...... .......... ..... ., ..,,... ...... 14.50
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54. Powder Puff Beauty Salon Permanent ................................... ........ 20.00 154. Bartlett Brothers 4 Reels American Recording Tape ..........................??.? -U!. ...L-3K'| i <........... U.OO
55. Hartman-Leighlon Tree Lamp .. ... ............................... ;. ........ 11.15 155. Western Auto Spinning Rod and Reel ... ... ...................................._-'r..t. .... .. 12.15
56.: Alfu-Boutw.ll Dairy Gift Certificate ...... .....................". ........ 10.00 158. Outlet Store McGregor Tennis Racquet ....................................................__...+........ ._.... 12.95
57. Slocum's Flowers Permanent Fall Flower Arrangement ...............................?..,._....--\0.\; ........... 10.00 157. Pelican Beauty Salon Permanent .... ........ .........................__.__...... ......... 20.00
58. Walkers Jewelry Necklace with Earrings .......... ...........?.._........_................___..i.t"........... 10.00 158. Ulmer Motors Gift Certificate To Be Applied On Battery ...........................;; ......?......l,.,tl..;........... 12.00
59. Goodall Rubber 50-Foot %" Hose .. .. ................................._...,.............,..._..?,,,,,,. ,.f,".".......... '.15 159. S. P. S. Incorporated Vi" Thick Polished Plate Door Mirror ................_...._...._.._.._.. ........... 11.00
60. Stag Shop Happ Trousers ..... .... ...........-......................-"...-....................---...-.. ............. 7.15 160. Stuart Hardware Model V-100 Black Si Decker Drill ............ ......._..... .. .,...... .?..... ...... 8.88
61. R Sc R Family' Shoes Work Shoes ..............................""_....................,._..a..........J..t.: ....?....... 5.19 161. Badcock Furniture Desk Lamp .. ....... ...........?.........._._,1_.H._...:......- .............. 8.15
62. Gulf Oil Corporation 30 Gallons No-Nox Gasoline .........."...............................,.,..... _?. 10.00 162. Bud's Pure Oil Service Case of Outboard Motor OH ....... .............?..._-' _._...? .,.... ....... 8.20
63. Porter Lumb.r Co. 2 Sheets 4' x 8' U* Plywood ..,..........,_.?....,..................._..+.- ..00 163. Ruhnke Photo Corporation Portrait.. .. ....... .. ... ........._.....,._--......).... ......V......" 1.50
64. R.lIabl. Feed Store 50-Foot Y." Hoee ................................._........."_. .. ..ts 18.&. Salon Of Beauty Permanent ..... .. ... .. ................_._?..._ ,;, ._ ., .1 .,, .,. ......... 15.00
65. Jack Arant Nursery Catch and Yanda Orchid Plants _..h...........__?..__.... "_... 7.50 165. Stuart Office Supplies Cross Pen and Pencil Set ...... ........................_..._. .._......? : :; .......... .00
66. Caaa Rio Boat Sc Motor Sales Floating First Aid Kit ....,.,...__...................._...__ ,?. .. ..ts 168. Jones Well Drilling Pitcher Hand Pump .......... .................................._._.....:.. ............. 7.80
67. Connie's Flowers Whit. Orchid Corsage ...............................".._......................_....._. _.".. 7.50' 167. Brendel'a Hair Styling Salon Gift Certificate ....................._...... .........,.._..._....._............. 7.50
6$. Rltch's Market -, 10 or 12-Lb. Ham .. ...... ...........................................................-.--...."T -."..- 7.49 168. His Sc Her Sport Wear Dacron-Coiion Walk Shorts ............. ................ ._.,.. ._.......... ..15
69. Park Plaaa Beauty", Salon Permanent ."..,. ............?. ..._........ .............._....._...,._."_ 10.00 169. Wets Paint 8c Appliance Gallon of Moore Exterior Masonry Paint ..... .__ .. ..1.P_..... ._............... 8.59
70. Hunter Auto Supply 8 Spark Plugs ..... ......................,..i,...._.........................__...... 8.U 170. Stuart Plumbing and Metal Works Burni-O-Matlc Propane Torch Kit .?._?_?_?. ............? 5.15 \1 \
71. Behr Gift Shop Perpetual Metal Coasters ........................._................................ ...............":t.- 5.15 171. Wilcox Hardy T.V. Damp Chaser ... ......................-..................---.t.... ....... 7.00, i I
72. Millie's Beauty' Salon Lenthrlc Cologne Gift Set ..............j... 5.75 172. Hatless Standard Station Greaae Job and Atlas Filter ... ......................................__."?.__.... ......., 8.00
( 73. Harless Standard Station Grease Job and Atlas Oil FilterJerry's 173. Lindsay Water Conditioning Gallon of Gllssn' ... ......................... .,. ..... ........ ........._.___........... ..50
74. Bar and Package 12-Year Old Fltsgerald .. .. ........................................... ........_.?..,............... '.ts 174. Mary Carter Paint 2 Gallons of Paint ... .................. .................-..._?..........?...-?....?..___..... .......... '.11
75. Casa Lumber Casa Outside Whit. Paint ......... ................_..__........_._....H..,, ..........__.__ 5.10 175. A8iP Food Store Gift Certificate .. .........._......_...............,..........?....._ ........_ 5.00
76. George's Sunoco Station 25 Gallons Blue Sunoco ...............__.....................?..........._??......_._... ,,10.00 17$. Web Ordway Motors Motor Steam Clean ........... ....._........._.... ....... _......_ 500y
77. Merles Gulf Station Wash. Lube and OU Change .. ............__....._......_............._....... ;.?..._.... 'Y 17.25" ': 177. Ideal Bakery Birthday Cake ...................-.....__._._......._..,.r........._.."."""t...__?...... ...._.. 5.00
78. Pat Sullivan Jeweler Gift Certificate ........... ... ........_. _.................. ._._......_._... ,,10.00 )\ 178. Harvey's City Service Groceries ................. ................................_.............._....._................ .......... 5.00
79. Co-operative Electric Supply 2 Weatherproof Lamp Holders and Cord ... ................... 4............ 1.50 179. Martin County Cleaners Sc Laundry Gift Certificate ._. ._.._.. .,. ..__................. ......... 5.00 ;
80. Mather Furniture Gift Certificate ........... ........,-VS _......:..;....,..... ...?......"......,........._ 10.00 180. Broward Drugs Hassock ... -. ... ....._._..I'............"...._..r._, .-...-".. ..... .......... .. ....... 5.95
81. Wela Paint and Appliance Gallon Moore E Sc T Masonry Paint ..._....... ..................:................ '.59 ,., 181. St. Lude Pump St Water Rambled Sprinkler? ..__.:... ......._._..:L.-1'-....,,;._.............. .......... 5.00
82. Jones Garbage Collector Pick Up Tr.lh"r.'I'...... .............._............ 1.00 'i 182. Miller Radiator Shop Back-Hush .._. ... ................_..?.....?...?._..._._..-_............................? 5.00
83. AStP Food Store ...- Gift Certificate ..........._........-.11 ............................t;.....?_._ 5.00 18X East Coast Lumber 50 Foot H.D.E Sc T Corp. .. ..............._...._.._.__._-..._........................... 5.00
84. Ideal Bakery--Birthday Cake ... ......................a.tw.w.1 ,".. ''II':' I.. ..............?._..J.......__ 5.00 184. Andy Sundries Cigarette Compact Case ..... .........___....._.._.,...._. .. ...?:11'-........_.........._... 5.95
85. Martin County Cleaners Sc Laundry Gift Certificate ........,..,. ..........._....."...y__._".... 5.00 185. Valentines Book Shop Webster Dictionary ... ..4--; ... :. ._.._............._.... 5.75
86. Button Nursery Budding Plant In Pot .. ..................?,. .:....:.._._.................... ..._... 5.00 Collegiate :-. a : ? 9
186. W. W. Mac'a Variety Lamp .. ..... ... ......... __..._..__.__.......... ................... 5.95
'7. Mather'a Plumbing Toilet Stool .........?........1... ?+,ya.. +...\.:...I t_...................,._ _......_ 5.00 ? ? .H ? i 1
88. Martin County Golf Sc Country Club Golf Cap and Emblem _..........................!?..__... 5.00 187. Hunts T.V. I 89. Patlorama Folding Aluminum Chair .......................... ...........................................H.._" s.oo 188. Anderson Pretty ScotcScotch Salon &Gr ; Fo r Any Breed Dog .,.,::.-....,,". ._........'t'-- 1.DO
80. D. S. Luce Flower Farm 50 Chrysanthemums _...._._.. .. ........:?_.............._..........___.. 5.00 189. Holiday Liquors ...... .. ........................_._......... .._.....---.__._.. a.25 1
91. Elkay Beauty Shop Permanent .. ..........._...,,,..,,I. : ... ......,..-......._.___....._ 15.00 190. D. S. Luce Flower Farm 50 Chrysanthemum Plants ,. -- s.oo
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Harriet Eugenia Sims, David A. McCully' SOCIETY NEWS Valmore/ Brown I Thursday October 15, 1964 1.8

I Mr and Mao Robert Rowe, Mr.
mMamedat Southern Methodist Jupiter Valmore Brown son of Mr and .
Mrs. B D. Brown 0 f Detroit and Mn B D. Brown and Mr.

'jf, MB Harriet Eugenia! Si i mi. As guests assembled and were turquoise headpiece and her bouquet Avenue was guest of honor at a and Mrs Willis PIIj8t.
t aughter of Mr and the I of and white mums hullo upper Sunday evening at
Mrs Arthur escorted to their places by was yellow
ale'T th r Atlantic Court Mr. and Mn Toby Clark and
4f. Suns, 818 Riverside Drive be. ushers, Paul S. Thames Rivcrvicw, Charles W. Coonley of Hialeah Valmore ,
; is 1& member of the Peace daughters Juella Marie and Eleanor
A' tame the bride of David Allan and Clement McFarland Deland, served as best man.
Corps and will leave Denise of Port Piene
'.h cCully.' son of Mr and Mrs a program of organ music was Mrs Sims chose to wear for her I for Thursday spent
Santiago Chile where he will Saturday here with her ,
Henry L. McCuIiy Avon Park played by Miss Ann Simmons. daughters wedding a sheath styled be tiationed for twenty-one rnoniht Mr and Sirs George Archibald parents
'/, on Saturday Oct 3. in the First Traditional marches were playedfor of pink linen with bodice of almore gave a talk on his activities of Pine StreetBARBVRA
Southern Methodist Church of the processional! and recessional I linen appuqued silk organdy Roseaccesvuray and answered questionsOther
,Jupiter. The double-ring ceremony and a white orchid
guests were Mr and Mrs.
"was performed by Dr. George Given in marriage by her father corsage complemented! her attire. Phitip!i| Williams Mrs. Dorothy ANN LTNDSEY
,Hopkins the bride was beautiful in her: The bridegroom mother. Mrs Deluh.: Mrs Helena Beach Miss SECRETARIALSERVICE
Floral arrangements of white bouffant floor-length gown o f McCully, wore a sheath style dress inly: Beach Mr. and Mrs, David
gladioli, de some accented with of blue wool with i
mums and greenery peau ap royal crepe white Mrs Lcla Beaver. Mrs
\ against a background of pahns and pliques of lace and embroideredwith matching accessories, complemented Theresa Kilmarlin Mrs Ethel Cohen 287.4637
)lighted tapers In cathedral candcla- tiny seed pearls The fitted by a corsage of white feathered I II Mr and Mn. Henry Moore
bras made a lovely setting in the bodice featured long tapered sleeves carnations. ,-- ,
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chancel for the 7:30 p.m, wedding. with points over the wrist and: Immediately following the cere. I.
/J, : bateau neckline the skirt at the mony a reception was held in the ; GENE; :: ing CREDIT: MAN ASKS rAre
back extended into a graceful, church social hall where decor : you I member of the only Imalbureau :/
HEARING AIDS chapel train.' Her tiered veil of i was carried out with palms and rI afnttuled with 'I he Nallnniil ,;
silk illusion I was worn with a crown potted after'glow bouganvUlea .*' Ass oclutkat of Credit Bureaus': \'IIU y
ANNUAL SPECIAL of lace encrusted with pearls and I The brides table decorated in \ need lob affiliation. 1
2 Year Guarantee she carried a bridal bouquet; of white was centered with an ar, : "
'i I Year Free Batteries white orchids.Miss I rangement of mums and greenery MERCHANTS ,
.' High Trades cords batteries Dianne Stewart of Miami Refreshments were served by Mrs I !j
REPAIR ALL MAKESPROFESSIONAL cousin of the bride was maid of Roy S.n.R George Call
honor. Her full-length formal and r. Amos E.n.Ba Guests CREDIT BUREAU j
gown of turquoise silk with lace were registered by Mrs. Earl I .s 1 .. :
R HEARING AID SERVICE embroidery was fashioned with a Bender --s MARTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CRUHI BUKtAt"
I't 50o North 7th St.. Fort Pierce square neckline three-quarter When the newlyweds left on 1 JOO COLORADO AYE: (DEIIOV BLDG)\ S1UART
(one block North of Fire Su.) length sleeves and was accentedat their wedding trip the bride worea Above Muart Tackle Shop
Phone 461-3035 the waistline stub a self material blue linen sheath wtih matching .
I bow. She wore a matching accessories! and her corsage was -- ---- -- --
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I 'I y of white orchids On their return F I
they will make! their home in Fort .. 'I ,
Lauderdale For all/ your lawn ,

You know in heart Mrs McCully is a graduate of -t sr : \ \,. "{
that Martin .
your Martin County High School and F, cutting problems i
the University of lornla with a
bachelors degree in landscape! architecture .

County needs a Two-Party System Gargoyle .(honorary She is a fraternity member) and of p POWERMOWER ? !

the Student Association of land- kr >
scape Architects. She has been
""l VOTE REPUBLICAN employed by Greenlcet Arbogast
j I and Montgomery, Inc.. Engineers,
in Stuart. EEv
-ELECT- Mr McCully is a graduate of HEADQUARTERSWe
Avon Park High School and the
; University of Florida, holds a 7 offer/ expert
bachelor of science degree in electrical
H. engineering and a master r SALES &
of science degree in engineering,. SERVICEWe
He is a member of Sigma Tall and )' .
ALMEGORDSUPERVISOR Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering t. me mid Mil only GENUINE FACTORY PARIS
fraternities, and the Institute -
of Electrical and Electronic Engi Auih OF REGISTRATION I neers. He is employed by System 'at ; Agency lorMOWFR1 ALL UKElOWERS!
Engineering Laboratories, Fort !
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Lauderdale At LI*CMAI MI M
MARTIN COUNTY Out-of-town guests t included r0 j. It
Mrs. Dennis I Lutherville '" storo5mm.as.
REPUBLICAN Md.; Mr and Mrs & W. Sims f
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and Mr. and Sirs Drayton Thompson f't! ; TOOL", DIC
Capable West Palm Beach, Mrs Harry SALES
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and. Mrs J. S Cottrell.Fort t \. ,', ,.. ,
Dependable Myers Beach; Mrs Ben T, -! ''tii4T \ ; ." ', tg t M, e STRATTONALLMCHAIM1M' 3J61 I S. letf II..,. (DA I) 4642664Opvmlle
Stewart and Mr and Mrs T J. tl-.a' et AWN Soy
l th ttc._ EfficientPal Murchinson, Miami; Mf and Mrs ar !; '_. Yf J'<<..t'N: IhivtlaFORT
F. W. Woodischck, Delray; Mr PIERCE
( Political A4t.rtlM.Mnt) and Mrs D. G, Allen, Homestead, MRS DAM ALLAN McCUIXY
and Wayne Tuohig. Jacksonville

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,ii.iiiiaY. From The First National Bank of Stuart 1 t

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:i Thus Making the Total Interest Paid in Martin County

C' Since Jan. 1 '64 $224,723.43 and Dividends Totaling


.I4IRST $36,000 for the Same Period ; :,''''

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presents many IMage to many P"opl It'. used to buy 0rocrU cloth..,

utomoblUe.. home*, and to Mad children to tckooL Jual to mention a Uw '.....'

But Ih. (act 1 la, able money .U clrcwUlwi hero la Martin County Could ....
I' Ibis b. onn. ol tho reaicoa why Martin County/ th. Slh aaloal growing "",'.." "
county In tho State ol Florida and Iho 3
ATIONAL Stale.? And wbe,. doo* thU put lh. First National Bank of Sluart.. d

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t-t:, lift I 8"" ilA# (}1e..) ;N/EW9/ tht..dq. Ckteher II, ,1964 I her sons with the serving and gave RevivalThe Just for the Record: Road, topifcr Tequestl. Runt Clu
I favors to each erie. Baptist L r fJWr tferi from SoutA (,'Unl
Others atfertiMig ward Mrs. Be 'Line to Italian Hills, most of HorlSourty
: Bcgg Mrs.. LUk Roferti and MienEvelyn Baptist CWirch of Peft Salerno I air of.Port Salerno 1 Hors
I PORT SALERNO NEWS Harrison. on A I lA, will, hold a r"" tlmeeting Mosquito Control Department i in .shoe Point Rocky Point, Sew a ll
----- Oct. 19 through Oet 28, Point Road to LangfOrt) Tcrraol.
MR& MARY BROWN! Cotrciipoiident AT 72996Renwick PINK AND BLUE SHOWER >wjih .Brother, MaUt of Will Palm Catholic School, section aroun
..... Mrs Harry (felMtf" Lowe was 3 guest or honor at a J nil* Mad Wue The service will start. It T0:: Attack on the Winged InvadersYes Pepper Park River Edge. Cro-vJ
Brothers' Mike shared his cake ice cream shower held at the Mrs.Dontvoti each evening add a wwWme ft roads, Ocean Breeze Park. an>.|
ahd punch' : with Daryl and Bodie Smith Jr. Oft !Snake !tOol$ extended to everyone. Cmtniy Line.
Birthday Pafties Joey Steiner Ronnie Har last Thursday evening. ; the Mosquito1 Cohtrol Depftrtment high school, colored school, f Pepper log Alley, Arch heights to R"iv- Oct. 6: Rio. Northwood Arant'
wonderful' and : 57' ".i Plihcr. Patrick. Bcgg. RUhy'1fackntlln.placed with Mrs. Port Salcrnd Civic cover A-.WeoK'*d! feh( has been fogging! I Park, Langford Terrace Catholic eredge Apartments!, Northwood andArant" Nursery Oteen. Grove Sandy \s.\
hold in monthly
Birthdays are will
Matt Renwick, Su- Mrs. Kay Smith I Point, Acres!, Blue !
Rocky Startle Bobby's Goose!
We can't this but, justfor School, Ocean Breeze County Nursery
Oct. 1 U, 6 repeat
the hoMe M Mike and Marc Ren. sad Roberts and Curtis Roberts. and Mrs. Le the civic center. once, here's the record of the Line Skyline Drive Rocky Point, Manatee Terrace, Golden Gatet!
wick in Stuart winners
was a very happyplace Marc shared his cake, ice cream Road, Legion Heights and Skyline]
last Saturday afternoon.Mike1 and punch with Brent Wells!, Dart.I Refreshments were" served Jo deP rtment'. activity during theperiod Horseshoe Point Manatee Terrace, east of tracks In Stuart to bridge, Drive. I
celebrated his fifth, birth- I ny McClure, Wes Schwarz. Jim Mrs. Vicki Prottk, Mrs Donavort CIVIC PARTY ASSOCIATION from Tuesday, Sept. 29, I all of Port Salerno, east and west. including bridge Little Dixie, and I Oct. 7: Coral Gardens, Poincina -
7 Marc his Parrish, Tab Smith Jr., Mrs. Dorothy )Hite, Mrs. tARO 7. The I Including colored town. Hibiscus Whiticar Creek section. '
day, Oct. and eighth my Piley, Clay AI. through Wednesday' ; Oct Gardens Hobe Heights. Hobe
birtHday, Oct. 27. benison, Michael Fisher, John Stuart Willie Lukens. Mrs Ruby Blackman The Coral Gardens Civ'It Assoclatlon information was supplied by Fred Park, all of Indiantown.Oct. Oct. 4: St. Lucie Boulevard, Sunrise I Hills, St. Lucia Boulevard from
From a table decorated with a : Gary Greene and Kevin Peck. Mrs. Fid BUllard, Mrs. Kay I held Its first monthly Bell \ 2: Bahama Terrace, Coconut Hotel, through Snug Harbor.Oct St. Lucie bridge to Stillcrs, includ.
county engineer:
I Smith, Mrs. Judy Johnson, Mrs.Ruth I card for this fall In the com- Park, Sunset Estates, North '
birthday tablecloth and napkins} Mrs. George Renwick assisted party S: West Loxahatchce River ing all of Port Sewall.
Maxwell Curry 24 Jensen Beacn Pepper I
Mrs. Georgia muhity room of the First Natidrt- Sept. : River Shores Sylvan Shores Britt
Mrs DWlnda Thompson, Mrs. al Bank of Stuart Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. fart, Langford terrace County Road Lakewood, Sandy's, Starlite
lid Crane Mrs. Beverly Smith I A attended and !!; Skyline Heights, Horseshoe Blue Goose, Reef Restaurant, Texaco SPECIAL I TlIt1JtsD1'.RtD\ Y
y: Ask us about a and Mrs. Donavort Smith Sr. eighteen large tables group were in place. Door Point, )Rocky Point Manatee Ter- Cut-off Road Legion Heights, AND S1"l1lm,\"
rote and Port Salerno, east of the Palm City, All American Boulevard

PERSONALITYSTYLING A belated birthday wish/ Is extended prizes were awarded !to MM. Joseph tracks ASSORTED
Pelican Cove Harris School,
Gorman, Mrs. Walter
to Mimosa Mrs John Drive(Lottie Hibiscus) Redman Mrs. Fern Alcorn Mrs. Katie Sims Sept. 3\1\): All of Port Salerno Lighthouse Point and Seagate Har EAcll 49
.; Park Heilfurgh. Mrs Ann Stehlick, ahd Hibiscus Parks RW to WSTU, 707 bor Golden Gate, St. Lucie Boulevard 4 c
a., ,f .:.--:...-... Mrs. Elsie Burroughs back to Notthwood, Oirtm! San- and into most
trailer of Stuart, Coral Monterey
dy's Trailed Park, Starlite
for the card
Our expert hair stylkt will Chairman party Park obb,'. Acres. BlUe Goose subdivision Pine Manor IDEAL BAKERY
"t' J.1'6" create a Coiffure that lull was Mrs. Peter Franione, assisted : Reef' Restaurant. Texaco Homes Palm City Bridge t to dock West of
..q your very own personality. 01JAck.s Stehlick by Mrs., and Otto Mrs. EM*,Burroughs Mrs. Ann ml CUt-off Road to Jensen, Legion U. S. I and Cabana Point. 532 Colorado Avenue -,- DIAL 187-0544

: :/ CaD for an appointment. Refreshments r of coffee a n al Heights, section south of Cutoff Oct. 3: Sewalls Point, Langford Special: .alsovallable. at
cake: were nerved. Road. Terrace Catholic School Pepper I JENSEN BRACH SUNDRIES, JENSEN BEACH
,Oct 1:. Paint City Softool, new Park, Rod_and_(Reel Motel Bowl
POWDER PUFF GULF IIALL03r'F.FN( at'ii V Al high school Animal l Rescue c: -
League, Grumman Aircraft,. Parker
BfiAUTV SALON STATION Plans are welt oat the held for School, Catholic School, old
t the Halloween carnival annually -
Near Stuart Pow Office AH Sent.Cuaraat cl at the Port Salerno tie-
Managed by Vlrgie Davis'' mcntary School. 1-
4 ,, 117 F.. 7ih St, Stuart DM 287-498 AlA Jack Port Sanndenon Salerno ,AT Owner 7-2011 Mn. Dot Hite, Parent Teacher Book on Ducks

I Anoclutiori president and chair- ., .
man for the carnival has announced : Now AvailableSerious :. Just in case
it will be held Oct. 30, eluting -

I I I'' Hot at 6:30 dogs: ,p.m.pie, cake and loll duck hunters. will want I there nothing

[ drinks will be in the cafeteria: and a copy of the latest publication '
games will be held In the class- on waterfowl now being placed on
sale by the superintendent of documents
rooAm i I will be held Indlantown on Washington, D. C
Oct. |19 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Vicki Pro,", the book, "Waterfowl Tomorrow '
president, will be In charge of the ," Is available at $4 per copy your rainbow .
r s" and Is of
a e meeting. n' story migratory waterfowl
the North American Continent
HOME DEMONSTRATIONGROUP written by experts from the
IN MEETING United States, Canada; and Mexi 1
The Port Salerno co. A non-technical book, "Wa.
Club met Thursday Demonstration at f th < terfowl Tomorrow" details simply <
civic center. Mrs Florence Bui- but fully the many natural processes 10
and the! numerous activities of INVEST }
lard, vice president, presided.Plans
:c1r1 were made for the annual; man which have affected water
fowl from glacial times to the
family night party with the Palm
City club. A covered dish suppei present day
will be served at the aJl'lcuhuralbuUdin 'Waterfdwl Tomorrow" is the NOW !
on AI A, Friday, Oct. 30 most comprehensive book on migratory dLFST
waterfowl of North
at 6:30: p.m. Those attending are America
asked to bring their table service: and their habitat i ever written. t
The twentieth anniversary of the The sixty-nine chapters contain Invest Your Money
; I club's inception will\ be observed. 784 pages and Include J94 photographs Compounded
Plan were also made to beau- selected from more than Where You Get Quarterly
tify the school pounds at the new 3.000 submitted by the Florida
Port Salerno Elementary. School Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
..;;. Anyone wishing to donate plants mission arm otter! agencies and
r":..(. .. }. individuals throughout the United
and shrubs
please contact the
,f Ij, ';o{.' I :JM';' : t }h6' w t. l' I Mrs. Jennie Wither reported on ''I ditional. illustrations, art work and
\ "\J.! l the cancer loan closet. Sixty.rive maps. The book is a cooperative
I had pads were made fcnd when undertaking of 103 authors from OF STUART
more material arrives the ladies all ports of North America and

An open letter. all I will County be making Agent Miss.more Martha dressings.\Bur- cleft writers chapter familiar is with the their product subject.of East Ocean BITc .. Across from the Courthouse In Stuart. Dial AT 7-0122 I

dine spoke on "Family Life." The book ''Walei-fowl'' TOluorrow' Corner Atlantic A.*.. and 1 Indian Hirer Dr. In Ft. >fterc I Dial tit 1.3160
Citizens of Martin County Mrs. Jennie Wilbar and Mrs. is available through the
superintendent of documents, 1945 20th tieaca\
Florence Bullard wire hostesses Street JO 2-2300 Veto
for the day, Washington, D. C., and should bea
k I have entered the ran for County Commlwlontr Dktrkt 3 because I The neXt meeting will be held welcome addition to the library (Offered to Florida Residents Only\
have a deep abiding faith la the future growth of thin county and I want to bit part Thursday, Nov. 3, 1:30: .p.m. at of outdoorsmert. hunters, naturalists

of !HM momentum that takes ua to our goal. I offer civic pride and tntcmt ittttlrftgdevMlott \ the eivie center. and citizens. ___ .u. __.. _, __ ___ ___ ._ _____
to getting a Job done, a never ending optlmktic eathiwfawm. and abater.ag8 -
to Get this county on the road to greater growth

TM growth of this county W dependent upon a good sound economy. Thai Much Joy was spread .at the
home of
the Keith Bowens
economy be diversified to brand base whkh to build soundpiogrmlte on
nukt give ua a upon{ a
Seventh Jxicet last Tuesday, Oct.
eoanty. I think of the economy a* being divided lido 5 different categorleM 6, at 8:50 p.m.
1) Aertcullurt; 2)) Indwnty 3) Tourfom, 4) Service and 5)) a group I refer to M people. Mr. and Mrs. Rowers becamethe

Agriculture li already a major factor as the wtkterit part of the County proud parents of a nine-posted t\c' :
races to become the tltru, center of the state Th. mushrooming flower farms that son, Thomas Keith at Martin Me B GtI..

.ore scattered throughout the county represent big percentage of tale category. We morial Hospital.The F.atured I"
mad keep theta areas growing and prospering with adequate water supply 'and drainage Bowen are also the par. KNITWEAR Herpes's auaarj
protictlv* sonlag good labor supply and good roads for accent to markets. ents of three:daughters. ... ,

2-tnduntry partly due to necewlly of locating" plant far away from ratd.atW i- CHIT CHAT
tires and partly out of feat of getting unclean factories has noT prvitpcreJkm
; ThU U. a must. for ttils county aa long as we exercise controlled planning In both Mr. and Mrs Antone Foley,
typ Md ioeartoa. Bat the lure murt be ea t out to entk-e this growth fouler. Banyan Drive. Hibiscus! Park, $rt
nappy to have (Heir son I dward
3-Tourism bp.. K now has been a spotty sure***. We Meat take the bad by Foley, New Brunswick; N. I, vita
iaabUnf trowtk of t'tior1l1'tU and the formation of, public park Vhkh" will keep king witltlkm..
tduria dollari. .ben as well aa supply recreation areas for local resident We are not
Mrs. Lizzie Pete and Mrs.
lubkhi for a tort Lauderdale or a Miami Beach but we do have natural anefei whkh Ruth
lend themtttvt* to our getting a fair. share of our huge atauewWe'ltithb4.. aidunry. on Brock Cable have Drive returned to their home Park, We are

4-Srnkea of course are those btwIneW whk-ft supply. all out geed fromrtotlMt after spending. \Hibiscus In '
to TVS to rentauranla. They need an ever increasing. year round population" Imliarin. i.7to14 OFFICIAL'HEADQUARTERS
In order to pnfcper aa well as enlarge and to beautify. This segment of our economy w
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
aas ... neglected. aa ths latest figures show ws rank 13ih as far' a* sales mx Income back at their home 0n Kelly Orchid are!
.. W* bard to make the county attractive as to Joh*, schools, retrtaltoa and other Drive, Hibiscus Park after a vacation
opporfaaJtkw to siphon off our fair share of the dally nfhn bf bear residents ontomilitate. : of several.weeks which took
them through New Jersey, Pennsylvania IN- THE
I-The segment that I refer to aa people may be the .biggest. plum of all hi Ohio, Indiana and several .
Moftthtf. our tcoaomy. Tale group Is made up of our retired senior cltlzena and other states.Mr. Indian River Area t
i% slab (famllk is weU aa our winter residents llity want the quiet country-like livkif. and Md. 141Klein'' Nave.
tilt temurrltd pare and iwcrowded wale open ...... With their smaU flied .bt- (returned horite state srwiMini !sev Jot
m... eaten Income, they need smaller rtuktencM, mobile borne park sad a ruble I enl days with their son. and family. 4.98fm
.. cM of Mvmg M well aa recreation and acthlrlr to enjoy during thrfcr rrtirtmentjemrs. Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Klein BltoWNfESGIRL
Coadltlona must be favorable to attract these people and not so rwrtrlcth-t. in Opa-locka.)
Waiter residents seek privacy and jeorn for conservation of our naturtl..*. That Vfrt. Connie DorM, Tam1" SCOUTS r '
cM .be. ajrcommodaled. tied few day with\ Mr. and Mrs e

HUM.), there Is a place In this county for all phases" of tm. tcMomy ande4eeythlsg Louis Stutznunv. Orange. Tret CAVE CTES
mull be .hi Its place and not necessarily mcrowh on each other. PrecrtmekJr Drive Hibiscus Park. Sirs -Dont
.bee. started to augment some of three. afm.nt. but much more marl be done.W is Mrs. Stuttmeh'IshdelIMrs. LEADERS

ba*. tntefed a growth phase. let's not level off now nalB out goat are Racked.MLLIAM Vicki ProOt. County Coun- r
til PTA president I. attended the'
\ G. !\IyrJt., M.D. District 1 board netting at West tee have
Palm Beach Saturday

Butter use in the U. S. fell from rm a girl who's treated like a princess.You can tell' UNIFORMS

ELECTDr. 18.2 pounds per person in 1932to .by my sweater. It's REGAL Shetland type crew neck''
8.7 pounds 19(0. At the same 'Klltlander" cardigan of 100% Orion Acryfle. link BOOKS
a time use of oleo went from 1.6 stitched shoulder. In White. Flemish Blue, Spanish
pounds to 8.2 pounds Red Irish Green Oxford Grey. African Camel l, Hunter' "
Green. Dark Navy Dark Brown, Grey Heather, Jockey EQUIPMENT

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V your Social Security number is listed here you have mouths, Mink Stoles, $100 Charge Accounts :
won a prize. last drawing October 27th, 1964. I

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THE STUART (Fla) NEWS Thursday October IS, 1964 .CLASS rtFCTS OmCTRS:: Out. Margie Smith SHerrie Ann !lie Neitner John Gayle Ken and .CongratutsteMM to'MM Karen
The twt9' r-'M .. of r wd fNndy, MgJrtnle* Bonitfe e..:" .
r twfctiit Memorial 0ap4M ChuMi ton and Mark and Anjw! EUwtrcfe. Wllkea, Kristin Hasenbulla Lu- e*Jnesdyq I I e Irt1
held a etata nesting" tt the Chaw Chuck Norman. cetebrajwt. his 41N1" Tucker Ralph And (Gayle R W M Luohlm' celebrated histwertttfourth f.I I
I 1 INDIANTOWN NEWS Monday night, Oct 12. The pur- birthday Saturday Oct. Ml Booth" and their sen'tAfleRaJph:* birthday Oct. 9. Con. i
pose of tMs meet" was to elect I P r ,
DOROTHY MCALLISTER, Correspondent M7MS7Yo officers for the coming year After the worship serviw Sunday Our, sympathy goal to }fn. Cubic gratutaiioiM. Roy. I :. y5.
Those! kattd were: president. night, Oct. II. Mr a4 Mrs Johwwi at the BMcnt pamtng x A'1 '
Chuck Hay were host to the of her father Mr tad Mrs. Johnson 1
Sudan Wheeler; vice president .
th mortal Baptist Church $a.trdq Jack Gardner; oewtuuy. Sandy young married class of Dun< < Prepare night There to BO denomtnajionul, Williamson.; vteltalKMi chairMM Memorial Baptist Church. Coffee John Jackson and fiunily attended 'I
limit k> thin crutad; all dcrtorni- Sandra McAthttr.: vfcitattoo eenv- and cake were served to the four the funeral Sunday in Alabama c.n.o.4ft1tI I _

For Crusade nations are invited. ;The speaker mite Sandra McAluMer. Sandra lees persona present.Mrs. Mrs. Janet Lyles baa bees confined I ,,..,,,..... ,
Strickland Strothers and Helen Bemus
will be Vernon Refreshments ; social Connie LaFramhowc and to a hospital< in Okeecbobee
YOUTIJ- 124' Reg. will he served after chairman Beverly Yodtr oroklren. Tammela and Gheryle, She tittered the hopfcal on Monday Students Hold Mock
At Dunklin .Memorial l Rapist the service Attending were Star Wall, Beverly from Montgomery Ala, are v. and returned fc m. Thtttn- I
Church Sunday night a. fellowship, Yodcr Sandra Strothers Susan! ing with her parents, Mr anMrLClyde day Oct. 8. She is recovering nice. Political CampaignStudents
was held after the regular church Wheeler. Sandra McAllister.Helen .
Bicecker Mrs LaFram- ly from a rash caused by a washing I
services for the purponof 4-Hers To I learned the actual
) getting ElectThe Bemus and Sandra Williamson boise was here to help celebrate detergent proceedings
the youth interested the I : of a political ,
in youth Mrs Virginia Baker is teacher of Mr and Mrs. Biesccker's campaign
crusades to be held Saturday night election of officer. will this ela..... third twenty- Mrs, HM' Mock HId children, rally and election in Tuesdays
wedding anniversary
Oct. 17Those. I' highlight the next 4.H Club meetIng w day Oct. 3. Satur Charlet Jerry, and Loisann are assembly when four American
-i attending were: Carol to be held Monday, Oct 19 PERSONLS new residing en'Tiger Tail Court History students spoke on some
Voder Pat Martin Janelle Clem at 7:30: p.m. at the civic center. Chuckie Craton celebrated his here io Indiantown. of the fundamental topics of a
1 crux, Janet McAllister, Bill Martin AU boys and girh of Indian- MIM Debra McAllister celebrated second birthday Sunday afternoon : pre mfentiar race'.
i Sandra town, tune with his Mr. and Mrs. Ivfac Roberts Danette Baker told of party
Mixion Ricky Yodcr agod through nineteen her birthday Friday Oct. 9. aaJ'Mtis.Bhheln by parents{+ their the
Dilly Jack Wall. Mr and Mrs who have /not already done so, On Saturday a birthday party was$ Mr Craton A birthday daughter. Donna, and ,Mi* :eonrerrttofn/ ; Judy Harris, the cam- 4h r
'I Richard Yodcr Patty Dearian are invited to join this week. given by. her mother, Mrs Mac cake and home-made Ice cream Juanell Prevatt are visiting I in paint; Diana. electoral :'!, the voting t
I Keverly Yoder Evclyne Wright, A leaden' training meeting for McAIIi ter. Cake ice cream and were served Those attending were: Mrs Naples Rose with Mrs. Rosendahl and and the college was ye
Suian Shires, Beth Loll and Mr. Indjantown was held Oct 12 at punch were served and balloons his grandparents Mr And Mis. Armstrong discussed' by Gerl Narmi The U
and Mrs. Ted Lett the home of Mrs James Wood were given to each cbiU. Ttttf* Charles Cratoa'and Mr and Mrs Mr and Mir. Charles A. Biwl; S. Pipbiens elaves then took ever .
All young people f In Martin MIHS.. Martha urdine showed attending were: Pamela Lisa! and Grady Smith:, Doug and Cindy and son Jimmy from Lake Park with the presentation of e a c hpany"
': County are reminded i of the crusade slide on preparing, and carryingout I Kimberly Tucked;Terry and Jamie Craion, Mr and Mr*. Waymon irisited with Mr. and Mrs Frank platform.
to be held at Dunklin Me the 4 H Rmcs, Brian, David, and Craton and Sherrie,
program; Cathy.. daughter Deb Prevatt $unday afternoon. After the assembly students re-
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they cast their vote for the candidate
of their choice. The actual .
.: procedure of the electoral collegewas w.'n
Max Factor OLD SPICE then carried out by representative

f ..:. Pastel{ Glow After Shave M log la*CJut from'each tha electoral: homeroom voU meet.. Theresults
be announced in the i\j
+ Liquid Make-Up Jwmbe-\ Jack Special first i i issue of The Southwind" on
t t DRUG STORES 0 Oct. 16. \


Five senior girls l have been chos.
en at candidates for Miss
47 Cant Oman Boulevard AT 7.1737 T MACOSH 1965. The candidates
Add Federal Tut Where Applicable. are Jill Musky, Judy Wei lo. Carol .
We Reserve,the Right to Limit Quantities.. 1 Symc Ginny Tnay and Gloria
r Kramer The judging of the win. :
ner will be based on portraits of
[fLSAVEYOUR the girls

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'JUMBO JACK COUPONS { 2 OUNCE The Key Club met Tuesday Oct. "TINY" DOES it again When a fellow's the Snook King of
JULIA MAY 0R 1 3, in the math lab to vote on new Martin County he has to prove Jt ever so often to .keep the
I r } r members crown That George "Tiny" Hopkins with two thirty pounders

Ajitfrerfdark or milk checelete, HAND CREAM IN A, TUBE L

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October 27th thru October 31st
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'25IOXEDCHRISTMAS: FEATURE 1. Ceramics 'Shelluork ....:..' Christmas: '
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A...... de11gn5. ,H..I'1 1 t. a L" JR. has just
completed nine weeks boot training .
IN TO G ai Great Lakes Naval Training
Clothesline Art
O DRUG Station III He is pending a ;
I; I 'I J' STORE FOR DETAIL 1 47 Jums 10 4 Iwo weeks leave with his par.
October 31st November
Jack :
1 t ON HOW TO WIN WITH SOIL Mr,and Mrs C. W. Leigh 1st
; JUMBO JACK' Special ton, 928 E. Fifth St., beforerrpoHmg IIUTCIHNSON WILL BE THERETO
to Washington C.
S for Ceremonial Guard jut)'. DO CARICATURES I ; ON SATURDAYDo I

1 i I More than sin! million germs Your Christmas Shopping; Early i
T can be carried by. Ute nous* fly
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THE STUART (Florida" ) NEWS Thunrfay, etcher 11, 1964 M \
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Ib. ; Thank You For Making Possible


MRS. ANITA WHITE, Cormpoodnl 287-55M

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Bridal Shower School NewsVince GreatJ7Nhf'yentk

For Miss Moore Brennen ia the new bus
driver in the place. of Mrs. Evans
The county health nurse was at
Mrs Barbara GrIer was hostess the school Monday morning to

day at t Mr.evening.bridal and. Oct shower Mn 10 C,given at A the Moore Satur-homeof show fifth and picture sixth on grade hygiene boys.to the I GREA* VALUES JINEVERYSUS l s u ,

Tuesday there was no school:
honoring Miss Donna Moore. The
as it was work for teachers
home a day -
was decorate
attractively Wednesday K report card day.
with wedding bells and pink rose I
Mn. Chancey is accepting, items \BROOK' GRADE 'A4 FLORIlH Allgood Brand Sugar aired SLICED
buds.Games for the carnival. Her home i is : .

were Janice Rogers awarded,Schmidt Mrs.were Edith,to and played Mrs.Mrs.Moore.and Maybelle Dorothy prizes Mrs left Fifth across: Street from where the post items office may on be LARGE 49 c Enjoy A B A C 0 N 2 lb. 79'EGGSdoz. j ::

Mearworth. The Halloween carnival will beOct < V holrtomv ctn. :';;
/ Breakfast
After the honoree opened her 31 beginning at S p.m. .
many gifts,cake coffee and punch Monday, Oct. 12, ten mothersmet
were !served to the following guests: at the home of Mrs. Velma "Super-Rlght" Western Beef -..-Square Cut CI lUCfc
Mrs Vera Meyers, Mrs. Judy Rogers Higbee to help sort out prizes for
Patsy Moore, Mrs Dorothy each room. Mrs Higbee served SPECIAL PRhMJUM "
Gale Mrs Edith Moore. Mrs.! early morriing rolls and coffee -
Audre Moore Mrs. Ida Klmke SWIFTSEXTRA HAM ROASTT.r45o
Mrs. Elizabeth Yates Mrs. Layne EventsAt
Waite Mrs.! And Sharp Mrs. Baptist
Wilma Chaltancin: Mrs. Rose \\ or Huh. Shah I'brtt.b' Crater Slim
Leighton! ,, Mrs.. Bertha Moore the Sunday night services,
Mrs Maybelle Rogers. Mn. C. Henry Lira was ordained a deacon IISlIl'cr.Right"Vcstern Beef CUBED or SWISS .
A. Moore, Mrs A Mearworth and Kenneth Van Tuinen returned tb. 49 lbw 9 lb. 89 '
,,Mn Janice Schmidt. Mrs. Mil- as an active deacon. Retiring c tour PLAID
'chelle Husniameder Mrs. Mary deaconswere Tom Shamblm
li - ---- -- STEAK ChOice c'" S'.r4MPS
Zglmicki. Mrs. Ruth Blackburn and Civile Davis. Present chairman 89
Lois Klmke, .Cynthia: Moore, and of the board of deacons is At Your Sedfobd Headquarters Lb canna hie 6... .... t......: aCIhLF,1TF
Miriam Gale.Women's Dan Kahle Is

Fellowship Ymglmg Officers which for began the Oct.new I,church MACKEREL FILLET lb. 49c "Super Right": Western BONliLESS BEEP I ,F.t. Pkg. 8ge

Meet Will FeatureA ,year were .... .
installed MEDIUM PFFLFDand DE-VFIMI CleM aaL as tt MI. IPtt NJ

Spanish DinnerThe be Rev.host and to the Mrs.deacons Henry Tatum and board will SHRI SHRIMP STEW "or Chuck"Ground I c.1. ._______--a;I
,. first business meeting and members and their wives, and J
beginning of fall activities of the I Rev. and Mrs. Noel Rood at the 1 1.Jb.cl1o l $179 YOUr' Choke
Women Fellowship, U n I 11 e d Tatum home on All American Ib. 79 ballC PlstllD
Church of Chris (Congregational)) Boulevard, Oct 17 at 5 pm witha
.was,; held at the church Oct 7. reception. ban Fresh "IIIIt'r-Rlllh' or Cnntland' All Meal STAMPS
,Mrs. Leona Smith president, pre- II ANN PACE ALL SUVMiio nii5ii >F1IOW Ground Beef 3r $129 FRANKS With TU CW | ..
bided.. Mrs Winifred Mead gave. PERSONALS CAKE X CHEESE M 4ge M P..O. (
," ( Mr and Mrs. Lester Grouse STANaPII. .

.:;".9H-,,' Plans, Oct.meeting were 21 to the made be theme held for the Wednesday will program be- have Fifth returned Street after to their spending, Pa home a vacation on. I 4 pkp.19-01. 99c I 1h, 4ge . / /.', .. ... .. . .. . ; .."lmsw"i'.waL. st Mw| ,98M
"Spani h-tpealdn. Pebple in Amer- Boalsburg DEL MONTE : CUSTOM.OUNb'MH& A MfLLQW

Rca." At 6 p.m. a supper will be The Home Demonstration Club ..lh. 13.01. ..--.-....-----...........
I served and thf menu will be of will. meet Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 9:30: PEACHES ...... ........... .......... 3 ('_ 89. EIGHT O'CLOCK .
Spanish dishes I m. in the civic center, Hostesseswill ;
This dinner n i family' affair be Mrs Susan Nyfeler and DEL: MONJE:'\ CREAM OR \MItaE KFRNTL! IWB

,(;' arid and non-members all members with of the their i church families will Mrs be Adella a potluck Christman.dinner Oct.There 30 CORN ...... ................ 6''b $100 l : 25_. Sol
,! are invited. at 6:30: p m with the Port Salerno -
RECIYfION AND DINNER. Club as hosts in the agricul- CUFF BOY-AR- >-tE.: COIlee S a I e. wish .... C.as.e pw.aw.1
ural building on AI A. This dmicr .
1 FOR NEW MINISTER: Samage nrIfl P1ahs or Self RKing
it Following services at the United will include of both husbands clubs.New of themembers I PIZZA' ..... ... ... Cheese LB. 4HC It ; COLllMtlULIXUOM! 5 N... 5'9e
:TO Church of Christ (Congregational) R _,
"'Sunday, Oct. II, a potluck dinner residents are Mr and "FJ'JI'S flM* Anl ..... 0... It "' ,\...." ...
was served to fifty-three persons Urs. Charles Broome from Fort :2Lr- 35c '
recepliOlfollowed.. Lauderdale. They live in the: Kahle tPELLY. .. ; Save 4c elm' .
VThe chairman of'the church Apartments on Cornell Avenue. aIF3> 0 '!!"_......::::=::: ._:.._

board welcomed them to the) guests Rev and andr-fts.introduced ( -Mr. and Mrs John Patterson AMERICAN CHEESE; & eAG "
2 7ge 1 I.LB.
William E Wilson! and also Chaplain home Sr returned on Fourth last Street week, after t 0 spendng their. : .!Rtl.T 3-11. t3AG. : a Pam

| The Peters.Anna Laura Circle served five month in Boalsburg Pa. CAMPBFLL'S Vrc. 8ft t. Cbk1 S--II l..nrh Ih..u..t. ""I .O'CLOCt....... .. ....(' fIiI' I'JjIIIlI

punch and cookies to the guests Mr and Mrs William Detncb Noodle or (hlc'n A Rice upcr-Rlghl" Brand "c...n.f..,feE...,...., I' h\e t'.&_ .... .. ..
who attended the rtceptioin! lift C l
and daughter Susan of Gull Harbor SOUP LUNCH MEAT 69 $199' : (
ifternoon _. spent the etkend in Orlando. (ONIONNPAGE.ARLIr:
'ANNUAL WORK DW Mr and Mrs Harlen Hague C IO"z .100 : MLT Jh.o..19 e
Saturday Oct. 17 will !lie WorkDay I haw returned to their home In vCars. 3 8.?. $100 0-.. urs a".. 0.. n MI. .1-N'.1

Would for Christ you like to have: your Ne. fane.time N.visiting Y.. Mn.after Kate spendingsome Hun- A" P QUICK FROZEN! :.Itl..e.ti..... 1.1111.111.1..It1lI1Ii/111,: _______
lawn mowed. Windows washed, dcrlack on Loop Road. During the
Potato Morsels
floors mopped or car washed course of their visit the group .. Pt|. 19C t DFNTI-KISS I THE: AAP Extra
Fancy Mclntosh FIrm Red
The Youth Fellowship groups' spent a day and night! In Tampa A SHARP Ripe
of the United Church of Christ visiting friends. Toothpaste.51"::: 99c

if(Congregational you have any) wort will be of this on call nature Word has been received of the Cheese Wedge. ... .. I-Oz.Pkg. 39 C ANN PAGE APPLES TomatoesIb.
death of Mrs. Wallace Sterns wife -
to be done.
The number to call are 287- of a former pastor of the Congregational ANN PACE n EQUALTrV Com Oil .... Quart 55>y .
1)05, Mrs. Leu Williams, and (Church in Avon Park, Cherry Preserves Ii29c
287-1239. Mrs. Maydelle Moor and Mrs Ralph Musvr, In Pennsylvania ANN PACE IYma (....w....
Money received for, this wort wule Furnace, Pa ANN PACE DAH5UN! 2.b.Spaghetti. 2Pkp: 37c 2 lbs. 29c 19
.... c
> used for church purposes. John Moschell is a patient In Ptt kSail'"
DEMOLAY W RD.ConpatulatiOM Newark'/ Hospital Room 242-C, Plum Preserves .. .. Jar 45* Dr.TF.JICF.NT.

t 0 Kenneth: Newark, Ohio SULTANA-NEVPAt'E Liquid{ Coral. I 39c lire+h net! Tokay( NtI"ck -* Florida White
Moore. At the Oct. I 11 mlbdng.ofAcacia Word has been 'received of the I-b Iwit
Chapter of DeMolay he death of Andy Lfops of .Cherry Peaches Van 29c TUDOR BRAND
was presented with the Representative Valley Ohio. GRAPES
f DeMolay/ Award the highest Beer Ale ( $19 I
award of this organization. Mn. Pearl' Zieglcr, who' spent or .. ...*
the winter here with her *
past si
Junior Kenneth counselor was also of the Acacia as. tor, Mrs. Gordon McDonald, left Shop Every Counter For )Many

ChapterMISCELLANIo'lJS. I.t the U.s.A.member Sept of,ihfe 17 Peace for Ethiopian Corp ) Dollar Savings Features 2 lba 25' S |b-i bag 49I1O c
Mrs. Margaret Homan has returned Green (;fart HOMESTEAD
BRIDAL SHOWER I from a summer visit in 1 ._ i __ -
Sale I '
Mrs. Ralph Boggs honored Vicki 'ennsyrvania. FERTILIZER MtT.l.it. '<1 ",BOW 'M" dldllMMs )1tOlr..
bridal Lynch shower with l at a her mricHlaqeoui home on College graduates who delay r:: f\ R M MARCAROMCO ..... 2Se tor"If,. 5 WI. 9ge
Palmetto Street. Saturday, Oct..10. marriage tend to have fewer chil-: : v i iii97<: o$109 !.l> KING I flIO/':'! PILLSBURY
diva than who in 39c lOt
Games were played and prizes women marry '. NWrls O'lil''ION RINGHr Wy,. JlJTlfJI\Ul" BLs<.1Jrr. I-()..
were won by Mrs. Ptte Bopgs. their teens. / tf\ \ CUARANTPri 7/1** PLAYIIC i,BK K (RI/t1) I.IA I-()*
Cathy Sutton and Dofotny Pen- I.U w(1nN 6 Cttns yjc\ Garden HosePEAT 59-I). $179 CORN MEAL 3-U. 29* IlL .... ....t... 41 e
darvis. CARD OF HUNK style: only ; Each S8J 1SIIINE kRL\PY *..... tKt nnr 'iofJ'J
The honoree received nice t 29 3ge
many .
ear hrhHhtlai
practical gifts, several from guests The kindness and sympathy of Kwabn| SIkH Ite.M 4 l-tt.ern 19 who were unable U attend. neighbors and friend In our recent A/ykaragw 8pnn 1.-... fill .tc MOSSy
The 'hcMtrW served punch and sorrow will always remain R Swwl tat 4 .....ear 1tc *
cake to: Sheila Lynch Mrs.Charles ...kh US a precious memory. Oursincere D .g I"'U. lave Only Plsl '! Plies h that ad art goodIhrv
Broome, LoretU Sutton. Mrs. Winifred thanks and) gratitude for . ... $249 ? S139 s.rwd..y. Ortobw 7.
Mead. Mrs. Pete Boggs. all those comforting acts. ..oJ' 4 '. %4. s Ct! If/ntt i/f1!

Anita Cathy Sutton White Sharon and 'Dorothy Lynch Mrs.fendams. Helen Richards and Family ay ,,...r .luae a rsde Fla taL i..rr; 6pcn Weekdays

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Non-Partisan We Need Your Support

Soft! Contribution to: Wrap I JUICE I DREFT

P. O. Box 763, Stuart FloridaMeets .u'Pk69c tWwo2c. :n 33c 2.raw 43c 241c> a.33tjeu1)

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F ,tHH'etxde With Beautiful Dinnerware Chalet Your Moil Pattern Swiss'Coupon PICNICS I I '"" t ,

5-A &$5 Order or MoreThis
Week Only! 9f1
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"Whole Only"ITOlt }

Quantity '000 W-D Irond Gov't. Graded U.S. Choice Heory WeitornWD
Riphb Re..n.d Save Top Value Stamps ''
Prices Good Thru Sot, Oct. 17 Steak $ 129
For Free Gifts
( ; ;. Del m 0 n i c 0 Ib.

r Brond U.S. Choice "All Center

i t AFFEE t Chuck :Steak lb.59c

) Nt W-D Brand U.S. Choice S.mi- ...

I Maxwell { Rib Roast lb. S9c

1 House !:: W-D Brand U.S. Choice Round Ben

1-IbTin c : Shoulder Roast. 69C

....., -. '' Limit One With #S"Order a More Roth Block Hawk ---

,:.: '. 1 r ,pr.r L % Ntir1 Sliced Bacon s i;': 49

t Crackln' Good Big 40 Cooklei "If lust A ScCfeme Awoy' W D Brand Choice BoneleuSuperbrand j All-Meat Suw or
Sandwich u&$ 39C Aik Seltzer t ST P. 49Heinz Shoulder t Roast or Steak ,. 07' Ground Chuck roo7'9c<
Frozen Fresh U S'D A Gr."A"Dr,&Or.Soft-Ban. Jone't form Fre sh
; "0 Roasting Chickens ,,.. 39 Link Sausage '- 89'
Soup ;
'*2? 25 EXTRA FREE I Superbrand Old FotKlonat
31 TOP VALUE STAMPS Cottage Cheese 49C Sore Cheese 59''
fjl With This CIUPM nd rarckiM 01 .
$j| Any,2 Cam of "WithorWilhoulMeal" Tomato Soup Blue Bonnet Whipped J L Superbrand. 4%,,ButterfatH.Inn.Soups _. '
:: "In' 1 1-* vQc *iGdS C 901- .$ 09 Plus
7 1
cur TMII COUPON 7 10'/.Oz. $1 00 1 0 10)/-0:. $100 1 Margarine ouorte,." Ctn: ZMHK Jug Jug D.p.W .
Cm. I I Cn>. I
Shipped Grade "A" w "
x'11 ; ii' }T

large. Eggs L $100 I 'S.'"' ,

Can Milk 81900 i ,1t

Hart Sliced/

pln e a p pie 4 20.0" :. $100 103.Ib.cang '

limit OM With
| $ Order a More sr.
Bart. Pears 29.0i.Con 39c J '

t "Thrlfty-M.I' D.I/clou./ & .

Apple Sauce 8 303 $100 '

Con Morton' Froten Morton'* Fraien
Bread Dough 31 Loots49C Mac & Cheese 3Pkos:,; S100
Hawollon Holiday or Dutch Mold Blue Detergent With Tumblerl .. ..
(eMMa..* 'roa. '; -
Cookies 'P\ 43C Silver Dust :?.t

t 1 :. A Jonethan All pple Purpose I s.10 Bag Lb. 89\, Motto..u.Pumpkin* Apel. D.nith! Pie; 20Oz.Six.Large.. 2,9c

:: Mountain P Grown ears Juicy BertlertVuhlnaton '. 849'< Coffee Ring tI Sit. 59c

Delicious Extra i Fancy Apples For 13 $1 1 00 Tokay k R.d Grapes ks.29C. < Ice' ftvMiik Vats It q. Rqd Z'1L::f. 89C Whole oorti't P' 'S Shrimp Round Ir.od.JRed !P k";: 89''

r US No i I White 1 59C Pony 5BSt99e 1 Jute Fro.nsPotatoes Juice 41 99'
%: Yellow Onions 54 39C Cho'p"pedlroccoli Orange '

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i Final Touch 3i=e* 85e Fluffy All Jft 79 Swan Liquid 2r: 6 Jc lifebuoy Soap 2 n 25(c

r I q > All PurpoM DetergentBreeze Duh o. t4*. Blue O.edaranf
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Stuart Youth Trained at Notre Dame bid" 1lIllitioWre: affected. by al- Till! STUART ('FlorUa' ) NEW
Hurricanes Cost
I i I mot 2,300 troubles .report. A total Thurmiar, 'October If, 1964 lCthnwahout
of 1.286 telephone polo were I
Southern Bell :either broken or blown down asa the Bed .
Valmore I Brown;Flying to Chile wind result. of the high i hurricane ment were immediately tuppKca Sptem."NeccMary and MM equip to

I I Cool $4,200,000 "Here In Stuart" Frenwu laid, Florida by the Western Electric
"our total c(*t of restoration l was Company' manufaetumg and supply -
Where He's to Aid Cooperatives Oleo and] Dora the two hostile S45.0fK( > after Cfco. The final count unit of the Bell System.
hurrk noes i h a i raked. "1oridQ'. of telephone out of service was "Cleo and Dora are gone but
Last Const 'A,iihm two-week I.JIM.
a per- will
they be rememfcewd" by Florklians -
The second Stuart youth to join Corporation's RexaU Store. Santiago with a group of fortv- tad left Southern I Bell with approximately I "In spite of the destructive fiery for a long tim. as a terri
the Peace Corps, leaves on Thursday Vslmore Is concluding: a ten-day nine other Peace Corps memben $$4.ooXX( worth. of of Coo and Dora, tek,:hone facilities ble oac-two punch against the
in .i damage to telephone facilities.I mot the challenge. The tradition Atlantic Coast of Florida."
Oct. 15 for who will spend their enlistment
vacation In Stuart three
Santiago following that South American country.Valmore'i I I Carl Frcmaux, (local manager of service and teamwork of
I where he will spend his two-year months of intensive study at Notre aid that the final report on law- the Bell System Companies, enabled
enlistment The is Val Dame South Bend work will be la UN AGAINST THE LAW
young man University wide' damage to telephone facilities the swill restoration of telephone
I more J. Brown, son of Mr. and I Ind., and three weeks of field field of co-operatives, partIaI.lycrNit hat just been completed. A total service. We were" able to It's again! the Uw to Importor
,f Mrs. Bowen D. Brown. His father training In Puerto Rico. unions of which there are of over ,227.000:! ) main telephone call\ for the auMManc. of out-of. nock any fish not native to
122:! with members h Chile.
is pharmacist at the Stuart Drug He will fly from New York to His study 54,000 at Notre Dam included% 1t 1, were temporarily" put out of serviceby stale !personnel., Florida: in the state'i fresh waters
J a the Iwo hurricanes In addition "Their without first
I efficiency was unimpairedbecause obtaining a permit
instruction in the operation of this
over 2.IXH 'long di".I1cir.: the methods materialsand from the Game and Flesh Water,
of subjects
r cooperative. Other
)pc cults were. affected hilt) local ca techniques: are uniform I Fish Comntiviion.
of study were Spanish, world :_ __
history, and Democracy versus --
Communism.. He was even taught
the rudiments of cooking and tray
tor repair.
Intensity of the study at tho university
Founded 1916 is indicated by the fact that The World on Your Doorstep...
the day's hours were fr im 8 ..m.
to 10 p.m. "We put In five hours
a day on Spanish, alone," he said. ,
The last three weeks of his trainIng I
Experienced personnel and were spent in Puerto Rico, Jv
.\'!.: ... where he lived in the city:[ of San.
facilities to accommodate ta Isabel on the island's southern
coast. There he made hh home
with a Puerto Rican family, spoke
families of all faiths only Spanish: and was employed
in the office; of a local credit. un
ion. Because of the nature of his +
work in Chile he was not required
I to take the strenuous physical:
training that corps members la
other fields must undergo.
Young Brown, twenty-one, Is a l
native of Florida. His folks have ,
'---- lived in Stuart for nineteen years.
He was graduated last spring from
Florida State University, Tallahassee
R. C. Johns & Ronald II. Johns with a major in political) sci VALMORKJ. BROWN
ence. He expects to take up the June 10 for Togo, French West t volunteers were trained this summer sr
LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS study of law upon. his return from Africa, where he is working in and 'fall. Applicants Interested
the Peace Corps.Stuart' the 'Health and Fishing Program:
vol. in lute fall\ or subsequent training
loll \ ROAD other Peace Corps
Valmore's group will join almost programs should submit their
Is Charles P. Hendricks
STUART, FLORIDA AT 7-3434 unteer of Mr, and Mrs Charles Hendricks 10,000 other Americana now work. qiwiilionnairei now (available al
I son of Golden Gate. He left ins for the Peace Corps in 46 African the kcal post office) and take the
.. ----- Asian and Latin American na Peace Corps placement teat,, given
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i tions. Requests. for additional vol. the "second Saturday of each month
unseen are received daily from wherever federal service exams
these countries. More than 5.0((OO are given

Repeated By Popular Demand
I Florida's Gain Per WeekIs

2,206 New Residents 4+

3 Florida gained a weekly aver. "Since the I960 census, Florida
age of 2,206 new residents who has added 754,000(() new residentsto '
moved In from other states duringthe chalk up k 15.2 per cent gain, ,r
year ending' this pant July I, the' fasten! rate of any slate
the Florida State Chamber of and: far above the W'r':: i :
kR Commerce pointed out of 6.7 per cent ;
"This weekly guilt was net of "The new estimate! of Florida's'
I, persons who moved out of Florida population confirmed: the state's
and stands well above! the 1,617 rank at ninth spot among the fifty
weekly gain for the year I 196263. slates l where It has Mood since
Calculations are busoj on the annual 1961, just ahead' of Massachusetts ___ I
T R E estimate of the sute's total and below New Jersey
population! made by the U. S. ,
Bureau of the l'c_., This'' figure. I' TcmnlctonWill E"
stood it 3,705,000 on July I this Iti\
year Confer With Vets ;You take It for granted, yet anticipate its arrival and fret U It'i late. '

"Gains in the slate's. population John W. Keller, county service cor.tentllnform you, make you happy,and thoughtful. Day In, day out

are plus made the natural up of thew increase new,rewiiicnii that Is,. I officer,.:assistant, has invited slate service D. E.. Templeton officer,; -, your newspaper bring the world of new to your doorstep, :::4 I

sit the excess latter of figure births averaged over deaths.This 1,140weelLlt I to his technical office: as questions a consultant and to prub.lem discuss October 11 to 17 II National Newspaper Week. And w* are happy*

during the W3-64 of the fiscal State : with veterans and their survivors to join others acrom" the nation in saluting tho men and women of they' '
on reports
SALE Vital SUtixtics, and I or dependents residing in to inform and enUrtaln uat'
Bureau of was. this area, with regard 10.VeteraiwAdministration newspaper profession who work so diligently ,|
slightly/ above the 1,056 comparable I benefits suchat 'it .,; '
figure for the previous year I h'J
hoIIpital l.1tkNeduclI.lon. and :
"Adding gains front, migrationand training insurance, disability, wU- IA\ Southern Bell I : "
____ from natural increase, Florida's -I OWl and dependent parents benefits '
total weekly gain came 10 ...lining/ Yi. .
and Gl Housing loam.
Special introductory offer to acquaint the public with tho superior 3,346 persons during the fiscalyear ; .. ;
I 1964 compared with 2,672 An orange contain. 5 to 10 percent

quality of our recapped tires Don't miss this saving. I the .previous..year.. -----.-- _of-,.sugar_ ____.__._ ___-=____-------h.. _._ _.____....__ _.._______ -_'"


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'I) the Meaning of Savings'

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j I I_LOW PRICED DURING THIS_SALE The importance of this word to your adult life 1+' '

is fully understood now. That's why hundreds of Martin

OR BLACK i County Residents have begun regular savings accounts 4 4, 0

at First Federal.
A savings account added f to cacti pay day will mcan ru AXNUM"

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STUART Jensen Beach Fort Pierce ItiSTEDEDAL 'i'ir' ,:

n.ihi sta.ard Stadoo leswsi Bear Gear kJdMI IDnhsiTV* c. 4IQ
S44. Set Fed. Inghsray. ladles Miter Drive 312 Ddtwar* A..... IISSiI p .'
(KTCW fear A.*sv lasaJryt
U.S. South Colorado Avenue _
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STUART Jensen Beach Jupiter I :

>lii il.M ValsX Oi StatiMU.S.IUdnr sit (qab Cassese l.i..ise 5aa.drd Seethe I I Open Dally 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. '..: ;

.,. 1 ..... tWei. Dries v.s. >PiI I FrldayEveninlsSp.n.toSp.m. JJ JJJ ; ..r. ...
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7 Organizations Directory Agricultural J Friiff ifl iti& Counties [ Directory of

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... 1 lit Btat*Jl aXOMBMMtltr OkwrtAnnual M. c.GaM.* Finance New Bridge OVer C-23 Canal 1 :: :: Italy ":''
A. Natsw .. .._ c- .. I... I a.OMP BaBM s.d
( ).dInst.p-OSoTs bSSOSIrd Ceut 0..1 ,
11:55: B.IW ",1I. :
".- p.s. eo..4M'-W. J.IIIOL. Pus.. o." ( l tnt Sumawr hr <...nWatfe .",", ,.,
....* Laaao .... C. 0. A... INi.c. AartcullunU im.r.U ra Msrtio chairman of the agricultural committee nmgham, sdminiatralor C. F Ord. Snra Motors Bergren Euip ...

r,, :M Vrf a.* atari,* .t boon BUM** ._ ca..11 and St Lucw counties put up $33. of the Area Development I way and Road Superintendent Emery men Coo1pny. Florida DIAL.A-PRAYER AT 7-2JU roI a.*.a."Roly. Holp Conmnnlom Comainalaatflnrt
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J.4t1t Ws.Is 000 Friday to pay for a bridge Co-chairman wfth Hayes (Palm Beach. Tlau..., Hn.lItq: "" '-.ini,
!.. ? S 155 ... Coaftio. Council there .
feualnaaa frataaamial W_'* ObP'Id.tLMs sis S. which will open SCCCM to thousand rsiad Martin County Communion Grove). Florida Food Products, ASSEMBLY OF COD-Pak* CUT Friday S .. Holy Commun'u*
MoKnrUar C BaatJ *f Talus AdjuaUaaalCkalnaaa of ,him, on the committee which *- CtujJfWn LTU DANIEL ** CIottn. '04 S. Filth Part
of -
lnd-4tb r ... & rlrat Matt BaakCaoaanut -Prad Hiamaa acres citrus land. Frank Wacfc and Inc. (Shawnee G/e Corpora UV' Ualty Pun

Park-Norrb Stlvar Sbara* lad ".... TiM ,... Caartaaoaa In true f,. enterprise fashion, the money wit Jack Norrto ConMiMioner Jack WlQiamsoahetobt lion). Minute Corporation- I... ... Wonday pche,4'I' .1. IliO.t:$* *m.m... Banrlaaa Cbnrab -. Sunday 11'.....

Proparty O..., AaaaclatlauBratManft Martin Couu Co.ad.ok.CIaIr.a.P.suk tho firm connected wIth oiniisnd nMtnagcr of ?MmuW Maid Grove* ] the Martin delegation which Minute Mai Groves ::: :: 8- d' .. LUTHERAN CHURCH Of ST. ANDREW

C Mi Bohraaanck : farni ng. laid their on it Inq'iantown.I included bean Tooker Big Caon. 10 _. ".d.. Y.,. .. (Aararlcaa Lutbaran Chunk)
money attorney
tnd Wwtaaaday* at laaM* 4tk Taaa. 1:11 p..,."ooMtkfraa* s.11 ,. ..." .nloo W. PrIma Vials Blvd, Part 8,. Lactt
UM line 10 finance B won acres Conlfact will be signed soon wflh and Engineer Fred BelL the Indiantown Company, Indian- I-ASTOH
ConJ Caru. Clri AatoclatumPraildanlr M. C PUn.Ing and Zanlnf CoauaU. S. Akrao AaB*.I H. C. BIPB
Olarlaa A. Ortarroui diatnaan_. Or.mki.trd C.23 Canal. i Construction OthplLn. O'Neill and Norm reported Fri- town Dairy Farms Inc. HowardFertilizer FIRST aAPT1T"3O WATKWS. Paator Sill Bandar BobooLJ
rOHBWT *m.
1(1 8in. I B.IB. County Courthon Tbora.. I..* p..., Omrikaaa* The bridge will connect the I rndia'towo. a substantial'. coptrliu- day that brfdg construction contrihutions I Company, Soott-Matuon Ray Sunday !:|* .. Worship Sar loa

Praabalaar AmtIoir' ekaal BrdCbatro..4Isnry Range Line Road in St. Luci* tor to the project' and the Mate Jiave been received Farms Inc, Bolin, Supply Company I,14 a... Womhlp I flr.fe* HOLY CROSS :.ATHOLIC-ladautawBfR.

.ProMmtfcardiu." .-< '. a..ttou 0. ElidinG County with the AllapaUah, Roa<| 1 b expected to complete the roads from : Supffiof Fertilizer and Inc. Economy Packing Com Ilt|4I a... Sunday Morning eb WorabB. ) XAV1KB TWECII1i.1.a0n.a.1s.
tnd **
Club *t Stuart Mm. 1:1* Sin., "..0.** in Martin County The Rang Une I leading to1 the new hrldge i'UI* Chemical Comfany. Naco Brand panT, Southern Fruit DirJba S tl. p.avak.. Tratatoa- Onion i TUI ....j i Pint Pri.

Praildm* Mm. Johi W. XnaM. III... *-.f J..M.rquolln.1,. Paint Road leads into Fort Pierce and first of the year. Keith Mitchell ; Fertilizer Sunrise Tractor Com Inc., Tayl and Mlnl Mahine fM B.Bh &anlaB WorablBWtdnatday ... ,.m. tanftatlona kafor Mutt*.

Ind Mao lilt ,... W_. Clot lad Wad. I p.... Toin Ball the Allapaitah Road into Indian- of Big Chief) attended (he meeting. paoy 8fue 1oose Growers. Tree- Woks .n Allapattah Properties. Til ,.. Mld-waak frame Brrlo ST. MARY'S OOMW Btulmard EPISCOPAL, Staart

HlblBMU Park-Hal Crroj Maaollnt Aaaaclattao.VraKldant - - - town crossing Martin Highway. slink Attending the Friday meet were; twtcf products Company VilsonrToomcr I : PALM CrrY .CrTltT.-5b. ot. WaCordHLNBr ... .. THe Eaal RKV. ARIHUR A..ITH.. He. .

Hon. 70, p.m.. flrttNationalButt POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS between Stuart and OkceChoN O'l" ut and Norrj Si. LiICl I *. fertilizer Company, Standard TATBJt. 'Pattor Sunday Till: am. Italy ICurh.rl t ,
l.tUAL AI\.tHT. .II"' I .. School rt)0 am., Mornlna I Prayer Out 'rjIrd
ladlantam Clvl CtabPrwlriant rfaBBkllraa) Oak aM.rtm Cant, *. County Commissioner McCain Spray and Chemical Com Sill Snaday Warabbtil I Holy' Eurharlnl ((2nd 41 k ,tB

-Grady ...ltJItII Pnaaldant-. Iamaa B, WttanrankHeaai Tns meeting Friday wan called County Attorney l Ralph Wijvvrt' pany. 1 'lra .tIRIV BtLR I1 tll I to. m-m.t.-. Momu TralnlnaVnloa)( />
,Jaaaaa Moo Baaeh, I ,c-.. Club .I..nr.-W Wanun-a, Arnold Club Ooanar4tb al Martis Ca. by J. Max O'Neill of Fort Pierce. _County Engineer RKhar CluTW > PalM Pesticide Chemicals, Inc.. .:Ti':: 'Jr.wT fRrl'P:?- :'O"R1 yOf'' M i.o RTI\H mt i T Ills>4I .,..Bb*>. I.enln Wadnatday Wortkl n Mldwaak Fray.ar .I II lid,$, IIbl.m) .Mornlni Holy E..h..I.1.1 1'..,.. (int .'ntfTkurtlty ,I

Praatdant-Mr*. Calvin WllbarIr4 Tuoa.. I p.... punt National Punk )i ; MaMlafPIP.SY and Holy I Tiay.tl'ho ,..

Wad I B... J. B Waaua'a dnkJaaaa M C .... raaatl,* cT _.' Governor's Report Plain BAPTIST-Part SalaraoO. and lO'OAam. Holy EuchtrlMt

Baarh W_'. An.alaU.aPrmldwit Ch.rrm.n....Mward Parrup |I1.*II|. : 7.nnArlfllt7(tr.1 O. TAYLOR Paatot Summer Schedulal I 01) a.m and II, "p
hi.Trsus..lurla flt Clad RTC'TUr" .o.uo.5uldup.,
-Mra Marl Mllb *:4I a-ai, SumBky- Stkool
llt-lrd Maa* BR W CukbBMJunlor ) Maatlnn ra aaUDCL1CIOVS BLII 111 III' ... Moraine Watahb EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSD
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.Wa-*.'. Oak ny vlrrtiir of a Writ of Execution SilO ,.. PTCTtl SACRAMENT Cklcb St, laduutaw
Pru.H.ut-blu. On* Ootawan ORGANIZATIONS Is In my hand luauod out nt the Circuit p." Kranlnf WarthhTil > Mat.but. Rave W. TBOMAS LOUCKS
lad Htm, t s.*>, Wamaa-l Club GMa Frlaa1y Saclaty Operation Space Prggra.jrtPlacing Court In a unIt of Howard W P-au Wadaaada. Ckolr* BraeUn Prayor lilaC 1 pile 1... Chunk School

AuAlbaa R.s4 -4n-allra. Jack WklUaar A' itchy airiiln I use ,.... Holy XuakarutCHRIST
r.t't t.r '. I Bt Marr Cknnk r.r.n1 and Klnl Egrar-
*.B. Jadra *tfl** 'on April I, 5554. PlO BAPTIST MEMORIAL Jupltar blandWlntar

M -A.tart.tlou far Mental Haalth St. Jaaark GuM .. which aid eases ,HBV. JACK nNAN ( M.OB Bly.. No- t* April
Praildmt Mra. IMwara1 KlwalU lion I liiaiiad b.iiug reoorond In *i4l ... Snaday S.kO.I
bud PrwHMfaDonald Thnra BOO*. To* R..f*iradr lit M..., I in. Bahoalft. Many in Employment! ) th* riroult (Viurt U.n Book. II havlvld hill .. MarnlncTUCPICAL War.bhpS CHURCH OF C0t>- .. ._
all HKM, till and 11.10. EVERETT MOSS
on isis?' .55 p.m. REV.
M. C Ca* tr, AaMrloaa Caaaar taility PraaWana Jaaayk Holy Nam* Saalaty rat nf tho aald Rihar 7.ra r.nand 7,45 i:1:: Worship 1I.-0 .m. Sunday Irho.stun.
Chairman-Mallory JahnaoBMartlB Tknra, H. ftaamarlB Elsie "..... far th* The : W... a Pra, 1.5411 a... Moraine Worantpf
aa/ara lad Baa, I .., S.k ol .
*Maawrlal llwaltal AmOlarr By FARRIS BRYANT new service >JO emplorenb the spirit, of co-operation whicl?; followlnir described property locat :I* *.*>. Sundry Wor.hltil
- - .d In Martin County, Florida SAPTBT -
Pratld _.. Our Otto basi for Jobs I offorkert. between the' t wit i14t pm. Wad Your. PaopVi
BOYS SCOUTS OP AMERICA Governor of florlds a t getung exists. government of LKWU STANCIL Pwtor IDndaaCHURCH .-
lat II. Fin National Bank STUART QualificattoM( of t 1k eforken hit I flinek' I Pretion I imnn S> a.at. ..". SoboatH .
ch4sspciIions. !
M.'. Caraao Club TraaB 4OO.. .... Bonart Turk match- Nlda. the businesses, and Sor7n C'OlA'd'4Y uceirln1 I to 05 son MamlnaWanblp OF THE OOOD SHEPHERDU -
The Florida Sri Carefully .
TrW empkiyment situation more th* pint .h..o' recorded In *s4* PJU. TnJnlnc Valao >
praildanM. "1-
Wad, 1 I* 5.m.. Amarlean .aloa Hall a .nhe of ou
l.t Tuaa, 1 ill ..ai., M C. .... Bid*. Shla 4W-.Advl.or. Karl reflects art expanding and fd with tho needs of the rnployer people Plat Book M.MIn I tiM B.n. KftBlM WarshIp, &TV.ELMF* ALUM

Martin County Ratardad aolld_'. Aaaa, Tb... 1 B.., .... Cha... Albany. growing economy. Jobs are up and which l .of course. means, } mor state. Wf are not doing for you, county, d..l record. ."' pai. WaaV w M.ldwati PnrarDUNKLIN Til* a... Holy Commaala

1'11ra awton ,Squadra..... 444-AdUnr. Kd Klriihart unemployment fa down liable( employment picturedf but rather doing with you,,,tho** Notion la t that on HTML BAPTUT-ladfatawa Ii0* a.. Parish Kucharl.t, B.rmonand
7pm, Math Cknrrk. Albany. R*. :: Sunday School
.. lilrh
IrdTkur* till a Com.ftav lit Nat. things to make the Wodneaday day of Octo REV: TED LOFT
Cub ..... oecrssary use
Pails, .Io-.h" t. JO Hwaiala4tb During the past tour yean we both partiei.Thu 4 between th* hour nf II:01) I*HI* a... Sunday Srboal JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Nathnal acratatla.. AaaaetatUuPronHant UnoaayItk Cub IIIn.Pack. 7HO pm. Olbolla nVbool. have attempted to bolster industry. dear understanding of the of our tax dollars more effective tt.I and 1AO:. PM at 1116: AM U.OI a.m. ...*) Wanklf SlrrUu Drrra,. avaaan aMb
llarbara Ann 430-Cobmo.t.r. P Nocart
said day the r
at sos Unloafil
front door TraIning
... Com., at U. offfoo Lamb Mon. 7.IO ,... Talk CmUf business and the whole economy employer needs means quicker and the services of governmen : V Martin County Court Mount, p.m.pai. Worth* Bw 4aatillok REV. BJ NEWTON*. liNda M.School TWEKDTJro

Palm iakt Park CM AaMClatbwPmlHanfr JENSEN BEACH by strong support of thtf State of the applicant. With more complete. t.rl lt aril all rla-ht, SILls and Inter- : Wad. MUwaak lanit *:JO a,m. Mommy W or.hip
-Cmll alatton Trao* 4OI.-Ilttouimuitor. 1. D. Laakada placement the aald Richard Zrracranand 7 oe pm. Wtdnrnday, R.nlor Diolr"
Itt Monday, Klnt National Bank Wad. 7il* pm, Cnrnmunltr Mall Employment Service operation in ''Operation Space"' the State Employment .F-nu.. AO\.F-RTIIF.'It1 Klnl Slaramten In' and to th. '1'. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Caa* l .ik. "'. ,... .... Tkuraday. Mldwaak ...
Cob Pa.k 4Oi-Cubss.tsr H. Qolnutl order to find more jobS for Florida officei know at a glance! a.bov described property Public REV. JAN JANUS KWUKV Adnl
4 W... S Hill II THIS f"nt"TY" JI IJUW. tlf< M ItT Auction to Its la-bent .brJ for Watk dirfi Moa tiara ,. tilllOonftationtt JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Britt RoJ
Palm City Cordao..CklkPraildant Cub Pink pm Commnnlty _,Jr.4th people and better qualified where ,phe Job openings are and Of M tHfl l 01 'It1"TATIo aab. to aaUafy paid execution and -., .... gnnday I .... Watontawaf Study
Mfaa Plnnay
lad Tkara- *il. *.. Clfta CnU W.d..4Ol-cub.100.. :" .Hall_ personnel for Florida bu inesa. they have a pretty good idea how IN Ow HHtAHIiTHB ;plUhIhDA. all flivetu eooti.wndor my H.nd ..sl) first Satnrday Friday af* sal.. .utb Thursdayshalors 44. U Tkar.1ar Mandar-TtlO'p.m io."I'I. Blbla Stidy Seboatl I::1'

"alat Clip Clvta Orr>"NaUaPmfdantAndr SEN VICt CLUBS A principal factor In this effort well the particular applicant will vbv. OF I (Inla J AI T of eme.mher "t 1055. lilt use Till soIII* ... --- '- : -

Zillnloki has been the "Operation Space the ,lll. BVLVIA < f PlAKrn, BHftBWP REDEEMER LUTHERAN
CMtao Club al vtuartPraalvanfc 'fill HooomiHOTICB MAWTlVHXH'elTlr,, ST. CMRISTOPHW CATHOLIC. Oaaa Bid,
14 TM, CIVIl CoII tr ,
which j'WRIC" -- n. asv.ttuMAlDL 1OED"Ja
.aroa Mittoa employment program we This has had innumerable TO ('tsi..i'rou. Puh' t. I. It. IS. Haka Saaad *
P.ln.l.iu 0..6. a. A.s.ll.. program Al ths'.rll.ton. 0'1 .. Pain 11:11 .... lilt .. Bniidaf School bible State
Wad. IS Townhooaa ..... Initiated in 1961. World,' Brown. of in tcaial ot at a.ak 11..0.. .
beneficial result Warship Sarrla
.1"--. I. W. k.r.o flylvl Cmtv.t *rra, n horoby worn IITFHCTIOJI TOBKiMTKR
|M Mwb I ,., k_ .,.. ._ Klwaala Crab then chairman of the Florida Industrial For 1 U with notICinG and nnq.irnd to fll. any PKTlriOl. W4UJB PlaIT CHURCH OP CHRIST BCUNTUT i CHRIST THK KINO LUTHERANvupitart -
Pr.pldnJajnaa example kept pace Malm*' -r 4.nu nd which h '-TS4 Ban Oataa Bauaward -
Rlnaa Commission led the 't py; Notice |I. boroby 5h.t'thsosijrroipnsd .
Port faKmia CM -,,". Wait, till p.s.. Sanlnal b. proer the rliilnff economy finding Job may buy .irainar.aiUd "taia in sits under "Iyl provlMonn. II i.* a... Sunday ... KBHH P JOHNSON Pastor
rld.W'.I-- Demurs of th* ('".n,) Judga Gf Mr of Chapter iOAItl T.aws nf 11. luak MornlnaWorabll sins ... Chunk School
= CantOT 0.0, /aaoaa Baacb Llao Club -Operation Space" involved anew for norUiafiC Durlnl"1be twelvemonth tin Oountv. FlarM. In lbs court Aria of 194U will. PeIot.P l with lr.s pn>. Wad. TattlaiaiiU Mattln* lrf). .. 1'.. .'. ClaalIi0 "
Ird Tkaraw S fmpw Inulali. p.'d.nt-le. Brhmldtlatlrd period endingion June '30, nounHniarl. klarlila.' within Gilv) Plunk of the Circuit Cnurt In'.It" Raadln Boom. U' FI.l.'... Y.. a... M.min* Worship
Part BalatM Crvfl Det u* W., lilt ,.. ..... approach to Job placementwith the SUtf Service 411) lnitar mnnth Tronr lbs date for Florida, Around Maura-Man. thnt Sat. 1*
'1._ t.4 TaMta,. fil* ... Jnottar-Kok land Khraal Club an emphasis on finding employes Employment* of th" first O I'r.I' No rorelpr, of n"un.t:1 publication' ai.-lpm. FIRSt RH.V ALLAN METHODLS1'-mleo CoUrada An,

Rla CKta club Protldana brt Inrp for the employer rather placed close to half a million people b tip. .In Barn wrltlnir claim and or mum .tai.mun th title notice, the tot lor' .tn HURCH 0' CHItIll.-i. rola .... "1 141 a... Marnlnf R. STUART Worship

*.>Mldftt. Jack MinMk > MOIL, T p.. Jipltar Ut larks than Just trying to find employers in, jobs. Ii. 1960. prior to the Bl.. vt r. .l.n" and Pont OffIce* wet.l'RtTIOLA'M' : FASHIONS IIIIUPS GO55t14 blulatsoIs Isles .. ChoruS School
t Tb. ClakntM* establishment( of the Operation ..d... or lbs claimant and which II 10* a... Mamlnl Worship
rmiab nder I will
Club at Stuart In oualharlnc ::51.d
(,.. WaaMM* Club for would-be employes .I. is a.. fi 0' ,... ,...
= VaoUi
n. -Dr. Rant B. Allis... 100.000 less worn tff''h? tb. alalmnnt tilaBrnt *..*. my ., pl"ca. of *blp>
Praa_-MnOormaUM II taaaWvaatIrd Wad, tIll f... Trad Wind In s reorganization of .the Florida Space program over or .1'....,. or It will bcom huxlnaa In tort Inrl.a.1..0 Martin II' a.. Werabip auG Co.muiba TRINITY METHODIST-..JMM Scant
.. *
Wa4. Si** P aw Club' MttlldlacTalwaul Service certain people were placed by the State void ..on."IOI' In law County. }'le,: tInt Inter fuse .=' .I IXV. HElL GUNSAIttIilie
Oaraaa CrmtiCkalrana Stuart Klvaata Chib Employment ntm1 thti II day of KrptamborCoKxrcutor rated 'lit kiild bnnlnra p. ...
: .. MITTIE a.au Sunday School
*-Mra, Kotmrt 1. KMtat '_ ..._Ur. H. Haaadata 1hl.. men In the service became "sc- Employment Service. AD, 1555. t'Ki'THiHiiH or rort 1.'...0. .... f. p.m. Mldwaak Blkl Sty _II tOe .__ IIIftIo'_ ....__
lit Wad b,10 ._ Thun. Ii ill ,... Town Houa I which nornev ('ASTER Florida and that ther THE
i a-ai count executive so to speak "Operation Space, we I IA1N'nat f'J: .nC other CHURCH OP OOD-Fla.Ur M ,.; jj;; Warship, h. sod
- - Stuart Hl-Stiaaar Squar DM. Glut kicked off In Jacksonville in July. peraona Inlaremad In (. bual KBV. B1UJB MaALPINt Sod Sunda.
These take of A. or the
Pratldant Ullbart Bout. men on a group "*" lidS .. Sunday ScnaolIII .
aLUUllU or COMMUcaH.w Than. I-p.... taotk Oantat busmeue or Industrie a1 their"tccountn" 1961, was extended with the support t 1.,t..l* nt Hrlvla Cody. trr'r'rrn "nImiTar'e1st. ** a.. Marnin* WanklaTU OSCEOLA STarrr wrmoop T. i*
laudPrsuld.ntDI of about 3.000 businessmen **iHlBy Hopt. 14. CM. 1. I. 11, m. p-m. Branlnc WaraklpT REV. D..p. KNIGHT JR. -
WU1Ia.s kttnai Stuart Llaat Club and they make frequent OUOIITI'It""N A A5YGIITEItRON Til* p... Ttiaa Prarar Maatlnf 5.11 am_ Suaday a.h"
Ird Taw I p.m, -a.ual r Oaakar Prmldant Kllawortb Snknarb-wek visit to these accounts and throughout the State to Florida 'T T; OiiKhtoraonAttorncvi vnl'Is.it Oe Tr\TIOf, TO f at .. Thura, YJ>.K. Barrloa I' IO. ... 1I..ln. Worship
....Ull Wad T p.. Iowa BOIIM for Cn-0xcutor. REGISTER PirTITIOI' lOt 11'....'. SoVnVtr"natta
4 ? study their needs-what Job openings eight metropolitan area with B P. O. Drawer atPt.innl. Nolle I. hereby riven that the THE UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST W. Mjttianary .Ib ., Oral
.W CasS ,
a.rr. Stuart araathuM Club have number of urban xpansions..Spac t. ?'lorl.ia under the available what .d.r.lln. .0.1.1.
w. P ", PratldanlCaulM Millar they Pub.: 0&1.. *. II II. It. 11 lout Lawa nf Florida, REV: WIU.IAM E. WIL8UN. P..toC Ties ,.. Pram .
Part S>Un a" "" lot trd tt: onus: El.n.Irs.Wolol Club type of people the accounts want "Operation ,Jm.jei aUc Acts hf\\;4V wiIi. rolf"wltb-ttt* *4I ... Chub 8ckol "' S:. .-., "...,-.- Sand
Ps.Idudt-P a Blaakma I Yaobt to fill their vacancies. the image of the local Slate Employment lv TUB ("Rt'U'r "01. HT OP Tiin Clork of the 11.1 Court In and 11::55 ... Tb Sarvlc* (nurarry'? pro Tkura aaali ..s.tkiSOOTHEI&PMTTHODIS.0O
Ind Thura, i P... Ttrsb.u.ILtiuI f Stuart ".. ilv'nul isisusmis, f'IHf'.IT itA (nr Martin FlorIda: upon '
J're.II..n'n.' (Bonny) Nt"onTy. I With this knowledge the Slate office as community I IS IeOII rorclpt nf .nt or piibllcatlnn of 10. :..:: I win, Wsdnuidsy. Worn.is' .

B. (ionw) ... til* p... pink Pon, Employment. bf/ioe' Ire able to Job centers rather than offices for Vh.llNlui I. 'dl,.'4'.(.IerJRST r.lI: :.T'I. thin, notion, the fictitious narn. to- PsIlonabipCOMMUNIT'f.Jon..a mis-v.*:I* a.aw CIUKH.S Warahlp o. Sarnaa BKNNRTT

lad Tkura,!.I ..... - - - place owe people in Jobs because the payment 0 f unemployment. FEr>* nAU ',f .VV. .I 1'1 FTX> ,* ORRRH HOnlII1 Btaak I.** *JU Sunday firkoal
banal Marahaula' IHTlalaa VETERANS OROANHATIONSAaurloaa they ire working more compeniatkm benefits. AVr tXMN ArWOOIATIONpr" "1", onaraar I II.lV. NEWTON M. TWKLUY *,I* .'. Epworth Laana
rhalmaa .PhUk ..< ..1.. Jaaaa Baaakr closely MARTIN COt'V. aoo.. havlnr It* principal l Kite* 0' Sd' 5.. '.n'.. School and Wo Jt ill ,.". BTanla .laa
Ilk Tknra-. Stuart ckaaikav Bolldtn <"". *. Ktiiiana OHfnm V/itn individual bvnuicme* and Industries This "Operation Spae, program TV n I'nlied. f,.,.. corporation. h..1... In Palm Cltr. Martin Cot.... akl. Sarrlt* I 'U ... Tuaaday ..'. Meetlnr,

- -- ...Uh Mon. t p m Laiia* BallAatarmaB and they have an intimate it a type of activity which I like ,|VV Fl..; that th. ".1. IntereatodIn PEOPLES ?M. .... W..n..... Prays Mollnf
aald htlalnoa I I. bTSLV111"/
Plaintiff .._
COM WIVAT10N .... Stuart ,Od: _1\110' ,updcrManding of the to'cite'' as I travel to other stain ... of &.FLo4!" and i IIIIV. IIIo4'niUD RBVJ CKOKGK METHODIST It. MeOUKMlOSI4I

Audub.. salsipPr..ldsbMna tommtndar..... Kllaan personnel needs of Jhoe businesses. and other nation, as Indicatlvo of TOPA BOYn a. widow. that than ir* no othor IMraona ,:.st: : :&Worship lohoal a.nk londtr Sehaal
ifrvlnbt. Itfnd .. lad and

Tuaa 1.. 9.r" KaauM ltd. mIt.pd Larlaa, IndlaatawBCommandarWIm ItafandanUW4 CORPOHATION' kota aarrlota 505 pm, HIP
T..." 0 ".. .'JII'" 1.,11_" .' .., "fin Li EJfr" Era iVo >TirpJ OF B| IT TOIW It, VMItkim 1 M"h..nn. Til* P-Bh Path .Vaipar SarrUoJ t Tee p. .. Braalnf Warakb
It Walt. 1.AaI' 4th Sat. I paw.AmarlaaB Was Breeze FOft .rL".N lftTQ'O' P..t. 1-- 'ID, p .. Thursday, "..., Choir
< < pub.Bent, t I, 5. 111. IUt
?mst.lb.-Cbszbs I Kln r* O Tint p... Tkuraday, Saalor Choir
lit ITrl., I f.ra, lal Null Banklaalar Llaj. AmMary JanaaB loathPr..t't.stMrs. .Of Tim FT/OrllI rtAMB: or TKB STATE OnThIP) OP l7'PP'V11o7 TOtPiftiTEh5 LEthAl ADTERTinEtsE''l. rMST PRESBYTEBtAN Rrr. Skarai

CMtamllaai Club ...-.th Mao $ Lmma, pnpGrr TO: JOHN. H ROTD whoMi ...Id.... ) : FICTITSOtS WtniPtNuiico REV MALOOLM A. HARRPJ. pont
tnaa, til* aj Stuart Talk OaMarStuwt B.M and .11"'... U "nil nown. a herrby slops ihst its orirp or irrMio TO 1BV A. SYDNEY l.oWRIJi'Ie_
Amarfaan Laflaa Auilllarjr Stuart Fifty Years Ago Toil. John H Boyd. bra ..,., sddnriipnurl nods, the ". ,.,.. RK41I.4TKR rllTIIIOUt NAHB *tM a.au Rnaday School
laOlUk Glut Pro.f.Ivnt. -Mfa.'.Tkaraaa BrowajlnA.4tk notified that complaint tn foro- .0 Chupi.P, I.U Law. .1. Xtttlee I. *'"** flir .b.r thd II I ,. *.. Worship Sorvlao,
Praal .n-W. .. ilradlarl.t MOB,' I >.*. Lakm.UaO elton a mona-ac on tho followlnf ASh or 1041 rryl.t.r' with uridrralrnad under Ui. ProvisionS 4.. ".m. Taunt Paovb .If...._
.d I p.m., tawral B aatlM descrIbed towittUalaalna ,1 Ch-rk.nt III. illrrtt ('start aid of i'hu *
property, : I Lw
ltd.. ? B p., dlraatera. i.e MaU. Bk.krd Mardi Cauaty Barraaka, W.W J V.taraaa I ., los' MartIn ('ItIniy. 'It upon SS/iVVii witi' Pnat.tr of rlorlda, RESBYTCRAu| | t.OMMUNITYreANCW -
.. With,
C..m.nd..Phlll' JKI.,.* ... ot .t lb. Hab. So.J ,
I ? al t II. Ho." prt'lpt proof ""bl..I..n or ( CIrcuit
,JaDIlEM" waANI2AT'I lat-lrd PrL, ,. B. ..... Oaatar With A Model! T eornor of the Hamheaat Quarter ; the I to. for' Martin County Fiord,In upon and 0ICKSON. Tailor

35.5.5 .lnu.b"Vlusns. As.UMPV Marti Caunty ...... AmlUarylraaldan of tho finulheaiit Q inner of tl.t" *.lPl K W .'M Ptbllrtilon .*f 11 see .u.. a dty School
55 .
gantloB IS Townnhlp i; '\ hla nolle'; Ui* ffttltlaua Worahlp 8. .*
Mra. .J&ulltH. Mail HouthjSouth ham larKTrTTR '
---.- *..
.. .. wliirh I w5 viii capon. I. Youta .
-- ... _. -- -- 4l.Muai.Ah..oS. .11( : p.m. Fallawihlp
Prl N.w C Chunk
lat'lrd I ,
- Monday. I-. alon th. Wont lln. of lOHlnxan, principal pine ROOFING PUNTING nil* pjk Wad.1 Adult-Voota Choirs
',aaaM Bank Vahmtar lbs V_..'. Cauaall al Martin Catty By CIURLEY STOOKEY kicking It to determine its bard. aid Haul brant Quarter' of 55 buslaron In';....., MarUnounty und.r which I I will I n pagn In boil. IND. RIV. UNIT All I AN FELLOWSHIP
- Praaldank Jaak AddrTuoa. CkaJrman-John W. K.lUr fioulheaal Quartar for 71'hI (- .' FIe: aorlla Inorolod no., halng mu PeIdeIiait.'pIhI'S 1 | at 'punt PUa-t '
Ird MOB. I Stuart Uclo Ham ness. foot to tha lae. ** *r* Arrnir buiin, In Conmnnllr OMM
OB.. rtrakaaaaPar pm. Seeing a Model T Ford the ,point or *> .n. aa .Janaa* iBaauhj Mania t4t Saaway
keilnnlnc.Thane Koeppllna-rr 4 Annn R Cnuniy, ri.1 = '
When rims tbai 'thy I'B :
BalarM rir M<. AumlllaryPraMmt VJf.W, Stuart other day reminded >fjlht demountable Became oappllnirer of Pnrt ia. FlnrIA ..,.d In .d busts.,, par4y... Ostnr. P.llow.hlp
Mps in'
PatkxMkl .
-Mair tauua (1om..ii"D.n.1d AualU, Model S in which available, it was s simple matter conHnu Month alonitIh ::41n. other Gut ot ."... ... Florid. .H... !.. 1* a.. Sunday.PENTECOSTAL
,IrE Tkiira id* p.*kt rkrak**** la -4tk Tknra iuldaB. lnM Bnltdln we ,began put to lake off the1.' ;; Q4'replace Weat'llna/'of th. South* >* *:nr'r.r mtlif hniHneva, Shut it.n. ..,.b..th.. .,... BIBLE-ladlaatm
1111 .
Par Salan VahHtaar Plr DspmsSlpr.sId.nu.t.ksrt motoring fifty-odd ffsif, |go. Ml Quart.u'.f Ih* SoulhonulOuartar I KOIPJf'OER Inierennul In .1. huoltoop. eVR riff .KIrINlB..PaanM -
VrV Isdlaat.wstntn.si.tiss4o.pb It with quile similar toJoday'
Jokaioit This had a spare sd.5.nllonclSj for Tie ANNA. E IOEf"NER ttI'OT'I' DQOOIJ lSsl aak Sunday School
ItrsbminaPLtTtVIALCOANI2ATIO4I W. PraafaBlatlrd car, a .. Ita'top prooedore'ln thot* day feat point: proceed ". I., HirksqylU4, !** ... Sunday BTaniallttl Strrtoa
,"liulrd_Tau. _ Sat. *il, B.BU. Poat Haam and the body was made of wood. .tt' l hl .tr.: In aal4 THB OHf-llf Clues? l .tD J 11.4. I : t : ... p.a. Wdoaday bible, BtadyCETHSEMANB '
one bragged W fhlgh heaven" if V.et Hit* ot -tb* 1011'..... 1" 'II., List i, 'j, tt. isT
MS.HTIV (coi'STT Flanti. lf4T "
VP.W. Stuart Kerosene Poll
Au.Ulary. headlamps provided a tire him miles before Ouartar .of ..lIh..r1 Quartet CHURCH OP CHRIST
a ran 5,000
AaaaUi Caaatar. Ortfor al OaMalayMaator '** 00. CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Onmmudar-Mra. Jaanut Smltk warning to on-eonimi horse-drawn for a dlatanm of II* feat to '
Councilor--J Irfdatad being discarded. ", ISIS Ysirt tom .TY Chunk Straat JanaaB kwh
MU"1R (
QoldaB Oat Nnrtbon
likinG Wad. Bulldln a point Thane proceed '
-'U Ma.. I sil a.aw M.. -1oooo-------- vehicles Because of the poer .the 'menaceof tae aarallot to tho Won tNT I it 'alit, 1II k1:8. :: 1J.2 U BALER JR., HinlitaO
Plaintiff *
Speeders were not t'LOHIO- > *
aWnday, Ulbl Sekool
A.-aa lighting we Seldom in .irs. of tbo Houtliaae Quarterof -
MISCELLANEOUS IndufeeJ .. "f' ruto-,. *>** a.. IIq.d... .Uo
1 the foad that "... Worship S.r
\ ,. Ma.Ur-Ckrl.tlaa Talk they .AM today. Mouthaanl Quarter far a dlatlunno
W..Ip nfght driving Later WARD .t .1. iv hETItrATE- til* .
::1 "'r4 lawa. t .'. Ma .aU TaMrWAaM CMI Air mIniCntns.nI.Lt.utsrn anvacctyteneus A car that could do' fortf mile .t Tl' foot to, a polnb I A rrRIT.Pr..d..t. OF i B.m Tkurada/, Blkl Study
". I. T BtroBf lighting system Was installed Thono proooed Wat on a Unataut MAY .f -

; Prsid.sirMrs.. Millar drala.. IMrotkr Elka BardfSad .. 1'....... 1:lu f... it threw a beam of light about fort an hour was really'tsMnf eecon.ttThe !Its passengers hut deacrlhod I* at rtrht lln*anal for*II tn* feat Ih* : HfrWATtrr 1011 fWRHY fil ?and A
'I'll.. tav. BUa LadnaWM pimlttaa al lOG feet ahead of the car. Gas for "hell benfoe to th* point or p'..*of ".''. AHEL V.PERRY kin wlf. All IIO'Mt't1-.o'HIt" ('IIPThI'OHS the United Stales have impaired
real hazards to motoristi in nlnw. I,PXf* tbo W.. I* feet ru/ "Albany 01 lho _'.'. of bearin
Slf M PU SanrltyBaaflaai U:'r.lf..f( -BMI rhllkrwk the iyit,m Vis ;gemmated by allow the early day of (b,1s I century of ".'itb... doocrlb protirtVTrM 6' .lu..m.': P. $('IfWEN brrmby'.ntifi.MAY WITttAl'. d..... Sri ,. Children so afflicted fail

Zaa CkaHarptMldan.Mm. ,lit w,_.lootto Bi 1 .AT ,-4Stt ng water l to drip into a CartrIdge >PTIHC WITH AM JAItP ''OlITV SCIIWSNI4 any rlui.ffn 5,4 PPsiirrt5 0a In their school work four times
a. I. Abbot filled With carbide. It'worked fineas were horses on the roadways. W MBVP tot Inrraa and e.re.* husband t .QUMNI had It. us dnunsndd which th.y ss often ss normal children
Ia -lr4 Tfcura* I .. kaaiaaXI Lady Call_ AI_lalUaPraaldant was often necessary !o pull to due ovarnfrat 10 Cant of th* hunt WritCharlotto, Nub Caro. off omiT. = M. : in lbs _
-.. Bill fantaIl long as one remembered to replenish 411_ti fort W Its North Ml.if Him and to all |>artla Jiavtmrlohinl County sf Star, LEU"'L
cao.Jut.rtula TUM, III, *.m, M. 0.raUAOtry.OIkUraly the supply of carbide and lido of Jhe road, fractious feat 5 f 'thaI South*** Quarter or .. ta hay. an" P... t".coUI'"t .d".I .tJ iii. ='h .01..RTI"ac..E..T
1'111. leant or JII.s( pest of Snititnuast) Quarter ., ..If'I'OOtiIO ar lntrant I In th ala '
lat-trd Tkitra. I BJk. aaara Art Club water, .' brlnafr tf,I ralyndap nalimha lrom its da. .rfJ.oalt 1TPltTtO7 'to
D-P' W *. Aa.ari.aa HarakllawHaawt pltIoRf.-M. L. Aakby ArkaaatIrd the "honelesi : :: b' '. "Each Cliii PUSlicsiIo nf itt. a., RttIATr.1I p'il"pTlls Psult
The had
machine neither Oltim ".
-Mn. Marjort Mua>la( rn, I HI pm "*nia* generator Roads were not \J. and consequently with alt otnicturea 50 I" 11'.111.. or d.tnsnd TaUnt ranhoroky ,l ivfl that tha
and 'Improvarnanta. Bow a n Stioroafter Til* South t/lStr ft*.t and must niata St. Vurnrdusnd.nth.! I provi.kiue
lad Tair.. kaaM* oor jnigneto Ckctricitf for .... ,
Martin Caunty Pan- Ms..Ian1.S dust planted the motorist on .14 hand and the Old lulais l HKhwar, of aOrt ......r 'eidpnri and .t-ot... f Chapter JOSSJ. Law* of FloH la,
Mataarc*.a-J.club Pnl 1.lant_J. W. H.... the Ignition system was providedby in future altochad tkaretn and rnmpnMHt of LoSS II. .r, Its rlsins.ti and m..t A"'. of llll, will, .wl.l t.r whit I tk"
PraM. .. WrI.' Ut Man, I ill p.m. AcrhrarMrBl BldMartbt four dry cell. When they went summer. Jipadl were all ."t. laeu** provooda and ,'Is. of the Cmml.'o.' u.nt aw.ru, t. III" II,. -slalinuss, III. fi at Its 1tJ..I" and
da MOT. hiS .. Maaaal TMipW'AMlUarr dead the muddy a peraon With any .common -, profit aoeruln 1 aad to ...u. tllaloa of r Hanaoo.rtlrant b.q-on..5r hi. .Uom... now It bIll Onnlr. upa
.; to ladUaa iUratOblof Cauaty Call mt Gaul Out engine stopped. sense st all never \cntuiJ from said ,,"_ all nf which areordln In plat tb.r** .1. I'Pnrdia.. in I... mIr: proof nt pnbllcatlan I *T
Pra.ld.nV-Id Bllba Gasoline wa purchased at the ar* Inolvdod wlthl,' 'h. fr.ro.Klnc ml re tlw "link of Doeambor, "'St1ni0thI. MiTt Gap .t .,t... < ih* nctltloua nama luM -
-r.3_ 0"... a.... Ird Taaa, fit* ,..., OtubkauMMartlB out In his automobile. No sntifreete deocrlBtlon, and lbs ha l* f>rd4.In Bonk B. Wit,
Ball grocery stort. and frequently itws. was available for the cool. horvnf Alao all a-a*. Papa I*, t>. ,4lk TM. I :JOUr Cauaty Farm BaraaaPraalil.na possible *) Ml the ten-gilloa e..ttt and alaotrl* ator and 'puhIle3rur74sls;' ror : whichplat 'ltnMwt4 ndar wo will I *nac ,In
r lad..ud.st W OSaaratarr ?. .AlKart Knacar tSp lyttem. tu when.Winter pme othor "tin*, rooklnr. rfrlaarntlna > was (tint VlarcK mma. ..""... bwsln.aa fcovlnr oar pHmtijjal plan
labIa Gaud-LnaI S .lad Tknra, tamhv.1 tnt tank at a Coat of only 84 cent the vehicle was'Jacked tip in the I llchtlnalumbln, *\ and ._..d Plat Book l< = : A at bnalnaaa. In Uluart. Marti rmm-
r.I U. '" mweeptin of PaInt tF. "1& that tii ,... Inform.dajld
lfillanr .1w. *
-Jab*) P. gal being priced as loW as t" voatilatlimp. Irrlmtlnr am.pNwsr A.--
MartlB Cauaty Amataw Radl GIst "d.' hteh nouse4It. "Inlrain:, r* TOP AnctlUrp In bnaln.a
I tatr* T ksu., S .UW IOOf Ink 'rr .".t.nm, mark.In**, a liracha County. Florida Adminlatptiri aro A A. METER
Pra.Mant-Bin Brltta. gallons. fot 35 cents ed. from tile fadialor.:: and there *. futwraa and apourtaatianvaa. 1.. i54 'o4'U.M J -WAfK of Htiiart,
tediw 1 trtiiini.ana* SSOklaf Third Tkura., S p.m. AT '....1 vWt which ar* ma* (You and curt at Ton ar* k..bT tlTlar Wont t th lorlda and that thor ar. n. otb-
FaMTloKbThuraun WlhoaInaita fotJ" was made to the b stood onto lieU spring's mild avaafta p.rial.m to o., shined that a *omnSaJn bai boa .l"t. flora pp joraona I.t...'. In laid Suit"mass.
TOM. S two r Vail Martin Cauaty HiataHaal l.il.tyPrarMana the local machinist who weather. In .r ':1-. ,tto* aalna yoit la tb* rtrcuit fluhj 5. 5 55 ...
Out sad nuaMar -Roland ...n I Ibnnrh O..1. rt >>art IB and for Manlir Ceassy, A. A. Mfnn
; lauub Souor* had few t.* .
usually a gallon hand. mot wlo knows .
.Oaoraa '. In Taaa, 1 il* *.m. Phil HtMaaal Sk.MiUtlpI on Today's a which rl la. lIt (Cbaacorr br plain- 17 THill tor" nnq.nflt. t.'t'f.LPI&.I"J.llts
PraaUent hIt.II Pub,
(Tka aMwnaPraalaa Lhtlnf Sanrla One bought Just oil. giving no only the comfort. luxury speed I I. f.t..h..I.. ..I. aro or whokInatnltod r' Hanry Ortan, for .* iv sam p'o .RTI" ("Gun..
_M. iBaaaf.,. lhough( to rJe'pr' a of .si.5imCky.lii1s.Of inid.l'lmM.isti 51.05105
I .. J. P. ". Obsina hMTWUT-.CaH H. Tar*** weight. and mAnettcerabillt7 of Jute model of .1 .. and kla' yrssI..a. War* *l* 11. oa-'TL
lnd-4tk Oual PrL.* MaaMH s.- la.1' '..-4t11 Tuaa, I a.*. Spare tires were unheard of(, can, has reajly\ miued something .1 r' apadi to Ih*.land. doaortbodod p_ Rot ri Club

Pakm City Hmuw DimiaatrattaB OubPiMldant When a person had a flat.1 M -repaired -0ut of shut Worl4" t.y. fctt hosp bus inun filod avulnat 750 and i for aSIan aallof.*.*4 poe **d m'nt. or 11..1 j
llsimb.ad of b> .
?.E 0. ar. *quir4 to sir,. a ouch yoo aw* or raonlaad 1'0 xa. BJoM
P..lurrs.Idnau.lu. ."1411 -... Ellaabaik. PattrMj it right on the spot The had the of driving a PuSreSa wpp or Blvadlov, to tt): ,. aarv* a rp* of your: .. ISilSDr.
Parald ._.. 11 Taaa, Pill .Bk Club CaatatPahMbuw car was equipped with a Jack s "Tin Little.-rience romalalnt, on Ik. .I.tl" aIls or written f na* = liCZZXlLtrr : <.a.i')''E. ABJaaoCITY I
> ialnt t" Plaintiff Pra.1dusiM..e
1st-srI P.. S pa. hsau nataj McRohort frVuilMS. bhsptaiaisia
Kaaaal ClukIrd lire pump and tire tool that were f "tuart, Florida : .r fib (>.,. Cranr (.., 11 rinrtVailonal UAf R. 1C"'ER/tON. ._ lamb

CIPraaloant a.- At\-ul m. I often made of leave of oU springs. The lineage of the common cat tKa original anawar or ploadlnr, mtb laSt BnlMla' tort.toiorW h.p.b5' n'ttlfh.d and r'quira -
Mra. BaroN lurk. Call (a* BMathuf plaa efttco of U. Clark, *f th. *. or P. (X t>r w.r It Ctnart amp .1.1. us' ._.. .. I TraCe Wlatda
lBd-41 Wad. II a-av. kaau Part Salamj Mauw PaamHrutaaB OaA The first tires were of the can ).lrecrd"uiTeht'Erye.ctt nnrlda. and In' fMo tho rl lnalnawar StaPh,. asaie.i 514
Ordtar ad *al.W. far ClrlaVartkr clincher type, which mean that the Europe shomftOO 700- .I 5lstnbsm.lt5s. If .f*'" I 5 r wrtrran.drfrwao to. IB* .ftIra-isp .. -m.rJ'ads.atule _i
Jo .
Ad laar-Jvdr (!tlaaa Po.ld..b.-Mn.. Slllnk "..n. o'R. A br will nrnc* of Slur O of MM oirrultrVurt.
laUlr/Taaa, Til* rxa, ataaacta TiawWaval lat Than, |tl' p.*, CI.. CwttarRIptMa bead of the tire fit snugly into the: prehape HI ilk I ..jurfaBM.nl wrmiiwt ,or'.tbo rj if 11'... Plorlda, o* ar hoar : I.\ r -- TDd' all
rim of the wheel. After repairing l and *. 'b* rwrnxlalal Ibo nth Gap o*.Ortoar 1554. Pak anMnasiaka* -.. ?_T .a. '
P Pklaa K.k.kakaklakl Playar al MaMa Cauaty eX Pnoenfclan jrjiders. mated. .ma**.i TJWMrt :t ,... fall to An aa JuOmwat by lb. ,,.. .

Oraa -S Mra._ Gras lOOP Ran Hd .. Joknnl* C. Rkawlatlrd I he! puncture with s patch of. rub wild the fxirofwan wildcat. M> <* r* &.wa. ha a .** -:Mu k- itofault 0>IV> b* **ka*> oakma*, rouOP Earl.n= l'Ishilrutton.y 4o.a4 of Ibis "1

UMrd Maav. ",.. S ... Ooaaisl Maattni ber fastened down with rubber lu Stuart. r .* r-llef drood d ,. th* mm.nlalnt "Pit" anal ....t .,.
ltu14a Elk Ladf IT Ual Than, .... : .. lt" .. t" .,..
t a-m. MaattavSt. : autumn a increaVi of 69.000 "0r*'. B four *o TMa aotteo aball BBB.B uP nau.is.a.. -, COMMISSION
iiaJMd KaaUSkr cement the lube was -" *ddrai
u.k.-lat U. : partially : >B.-_ am*-. lam*. 441conaaeutlTO ., ,...-..
I Vada.yats.i .. Inlrt Taakt Club with over 1962. U.. .. wba ,. Tb. .s.iat ._.,
p. filled auand placed I into the *. Stuart us .F 'ho pluirnua. .. ,.
a* GlibPr.uld.usJubs o... .- La* Iambus ; i4.. a ssWupus.P .1 .".., p40PskIttS .1. uit.ri.y .p .nl .r
Ga F It
AUaM lat T.OM, | p. Tasks CJufiStuart citing: The "lint lire) was then bar. ;l: :7. ? .: nsbltt.Smd Ilk' Jl. Cm.- nmisPdOiy .. I.. will. ksve5. STJJARTUECUUUI

tat ?u... 1 5..p Maaa a> Tackt club Baard al R.altursPr.aM.shiR..au put on the and a person I Pln'id.. C h.s.adUsbS.; kIll Jay at Aspt,...
vanlid c-o.a Ttwoodaft deft with tie,, tools could have meek" me ihs tirhuit e.nnsCf rxATrn 511.151k day of SVBtaia.bo >nBrrcscXtl

c..o.aI" d lOOT Mavard Mall la* Tkura, t p.Bh., HIM Stuart SUaal ,the tire" In place in s jiffy. Then S4 W.rttd ixtwiu('sIr"r r Pno'IdaIi'1nsi Itu.OI.f.ttf tin-* ow'l ti. BPEW APm .
Ta1J1 '
p. f2 w 4ttMOV04YS
ba C.al.aaraay Stuart Suawc tyPraaldan all e pumping by Jund to inflate "Man.'It tl,. .1P.-.0-0. ". --Inta. ": .. MeT

t"II."I. Cra.na *.-TkiMuM H_... the tire Jo tb*) proper deftfre.:This tv.t Nait"PosmprnT"e Fri JTAXITA rvcunrtA = + 1: ,. :

lad Mooaar ia Bo._ lid Moa, S pjb. PubIs UararyTaurM usually bow Sttitrposs M" Dooutv Clark Attorn*** for Antiulaip Skirl
stage was Judged by ."..tif ft (Vurt H U Sdmlntatratrt* City Hal
Club weft the alt* Mood up..btanq.WIoct.C" The .." 1. l-.ll IVaM JAt.1 ,pn..s Pae
bl.b 1z:1..Jia'I I... Bo S Taaj4 CIo aei"sisMfthw .. Ahrtj WaltersIII
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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS SATURD.\Y-c .+lnHd "Y- Dttf Irkl. .. ,
'r,55r : THE STUART (f% ) ti

J:: :-::it' -"=.....:";;:a.'i..LCJI. WaTuhd. M T.15eni..tkls.:antler.... Uet ..w... .. -... I The State fiefiartmetit: Orders the Evidence 7? ;;;I--H -- I II

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WEDNESDAY .T 'I. 1 era Aid i Is Requested

THURSDAY-Continued .... ; fo
OCT. 14Moraine :&:-11I0b.10t4 C:
""; II iS __
(Sm .. at- I) 1 .
liIi: !I* ........ "?... Watm. Roll at ..... Anw 1 :lllD.. *
(Name a Ramp ., : ; II= !.* >.. Storm Costs
4 11.55.nlb.y. Clean-up Here
BilB .4. Nuorln.lo..t.r"....ika .#1 Mwm. ".,.*...ta Prw Cai .. .. 1:._ dAdd.dId ...*-..., NM Ik.. ft.M ft'tlloto'
Lk" .. ... 1. h104$4. J__ .... ...l ....-
TiOO 1 .. .
-& TiKl.v Rkow.. Mori.hiGh ii y A.MOW. .....
a:oo4 Mm i i.. Hand Cm.." VYC3T. #.lAp. >*.... *,It Pip Bmnl ) .. "'.... M Rtta7I.
1 w4 01SnAft.roar
Artwn.rSom. J-... ,, : ....4.re1u. I Not Secret'States manager of the 1',1\\' n ot, Jupiter The Oct. meeting paves! the
( sa .... ... -- Cporw AI-PP. 4Nwab Meet
Montt.p 1 N..o Wot1a ... I+III"t.lcr" hncUd h> txpronenmtivcs ne .esHiirv nv>lution authorwmg,
1.00-1. aluvl. .. "Th. Flam. 1.a.. =.= : .
Or'...." of No. "ISM'-Gww ......." ptNw4 I Mobs 5. ,.. n.....' ; __ of the South( Florida' area (Hell a*, the commiwionii agent

4.50 4 Mork.. "Th. &t.' of W 510-1 ....... 1* Hum Bww, Praia Canfar*w Fred Bell
i Civil ( .
IIh',, IS** it Pku. ... IXfemw and! the Office of and CommiMionen Fd ltllft'. J.
..0.... "Tua." It 11_. liao::I M1Ooohe riwitil rHekit I* MkjtUtif. M .
Bi4S-4 PkotormihrEmnlni' 5$3o-4 Ma*** *i4a7lt PaMlaPar*** Emergency Plannl"', II H. (Herb) Druncr. and, Jack Saun-

t Fnnttoy-DHtikW* ..... 1* tMa**.***>* In SliMM. 115"4-f BUI 1 .4..15(tana. Sli 1C.MP** ; There was nothing secret Shout a County Conimivuon' meeting! Tex., a, u> What aid they mi demon supplied the necessary Uireemgnnlures.

fII IHddd'iesnlsdtbdd; It ktnglnp koop.r t Florida. ....... held obtain and" how for
1,00-4, Matsr4 on the afternoon of M n"IIY. Oct. S, County Engineer Fred Bell to apply! I .
eKHV-4-| News .. .. .. Boar
Snorta, W.athee .-. *._WallOrkrk4 It It t* **
N.... aim, Wratti.r 7iOO-4 MakH/ Oily 1 14 Ohio I.Itj.Ji..U': : '.(' It Nlaktllfo *a sk* UM. Cal I explained Friday, although a t)'rH>sriphic l error in a press release from Dell I I obtained the neve4ary
It M...., 'Th Bank DIr.11 ." a OaU .... Poau PRO--4 Ni IH.wh.. M..... form had! ADS ..
the 1 them IIfR.\ >
Commiiuion had the conipleietl seeking CITRUS
CilO- Commrat 'f ...,....... Pothop 11 Math. Land Maaiclar4 meeting inking place ut :?::30 p.m. Instead of
tilt-I BM lisa- .pan* BPOCM! t.11" S INund) ,-' the I basic .
tuat Tl304 angel Wow's Train. the 4:30 category
Boon 14 High School (Jam. at the Wk correct: time, : p m. The Florida Citrui Commission
1Nw. Wrtba. 11.315 15.1 It Th. ril.toln. (noon, CrtM-4 >4 BulUvn hw of( health and! nanttittion
I' H.... I tOO-4 ... Mason 1,00Our II Knowour Mm. I 7 Maifilf O.M Montacn The main purpose of the special( result of Hurricane CIoo.met'lin meavur will spend I50NN1 I () (hit fall innewspaper
,3ct--4 N... Stow and CM Bt"ry .i to help IchMr tkhrhi
7 On Bay***} .ao-4 Tl. R.h.1I formal pay :
to >
I Huntbr.Rrlnkke' ....... 14-11 D... JUMi4i3 It Saturday Hop Hill Dana sat | a a rrwItiuon. After Governor Farm Bryant from advertising to herddthe
.II Amortran a......".... ( Monterey Koad and t Hahe
kw auihoriz-
ButaMaot .-..., tif. awl: .. IMt Broad.ld required by arrival of the new swan'sfresh
1* SiSt-4 WorM ,on4 had declared Martin County Sound! unitary lund fills/ .
Cliry.tin 14-11 My TkM. Rur 0140IPNPb.or' ..DO -4 My urine Doll ing Bell at agent for the commit. part citrus c crop,

ti I-.5--4* Nw N.-W.1Nr'.-HuntWr BriBkuy Orankll' hwrr..M 10.II Bwlt.ho.l lSitO t 3.00-/._l BurfaM....-...Its., IvMt 4-7 1141 Bonn M..k.*.*, "A Iluk 's lh Iliad"I.w4 thin In seeking!\; supplemental: federal of a dixaMcr area, add Bill the .. _

T 100-4 Daub Viilry' Va,. I' -4 Rhino *f Balboa t Star and Wory ; Jury BuMp Skew financial auistunce a. I h ITVF. County Commission J to eek '
I 11.11." t-t Hani 7 OutrldmII 10100--d CandW Crln ,t t,\RS ARK nSn.R HELP STOPMALICIOUS
T Th. Hon.pmomwa I 14-11 P.,_ Plan Top mar Bowllnt 0.P Hallm.rlt. Hall W pms whatever federal atnlxtanco, wat
It TBA ltlOO-4 Th. DofMidr .. 14 llovnv' Dour A pcik'itrlan crones the greet
a.to--4 Bold Joumay MlTaln"111,1iu ( '.
TiSO-4 CBS rUaart I T YpHors T1rus forthcoming Subsequently Bell,
t Pko.rnT DV'oollnut4 I
1-7 Th* Vlr. It Dion ll wh.r.. U.'T at four feet per second" A ear
ad = CVnd T Tknatr Mr City Manager Joe Crowdcr and!
".11 .. : ,
UtI. :
Harriet It jimmy traveling mile hour I In
4 tOO 4 III""' .. TIA Sill'-1 IsOpa thirty ,per
'100--. Patty Dik Otal4 Tk..Pioiiwr I WrMtUn 11--.11 ...... ..... w.iW Rear Admiral Richard! Tiiggltf. .tour WOODS
U limntutt moving forlv feet second, BURHIN
10 It Putty Uuk Mow' per
II Mww* Btenan 7 Bowivr Dora 1 4 Th. U.l ufh.bl.... I .
1 130-4 Hov.rlr HlllbllHn 11_ 4-4-1-t* Ii....' 11'....... StortaIli2t It Jimmy Onus Show It Non til*-4 4 l/MUk M_* : $>x he careful when you cron the

10.11 uhtndl.NNI4 II Chmnla.hlp aII.. 11011M".... "WItA.uRi..Prubna". I H..,.,..BrtnKIIt ., Rrlmrt wreet on foot. .
t Dirk V.. tyk 8kol304 11.1w-il ..... hat. 4130--4 Il.tll.fl.ia Mark "Ms In- th..Wbiusit" .
1.7 Mo.I.. 'Tind" Rim" -4 UnR'tni K.HT'. HIW .t" .VVnl.tuhi.lM Mlvorlok 851 Persons s Got i --- ---
:; I 00-I Ini.rnnttonal Oh.wtlms. II ...r.Mlt .. ,
.lo.n Mlnker 14 Moths Tom. Dirk:, aid H.rry* It.IS World tt ,_ I to*-II NliktwtM Mf, t. ,..-. ...._'11I'..... CIto...... ,
Car William how IhRO-d Ivnlikl with .""., Carara 4ietw It M..l. X*. 1 It :
10,00 10 II Burkoa Uw 4 .
lt-ll- Burkn On Broadway* Uw Tonllh Iroa II -MoTla.It M/ ...,.... 5150-I. N.... ........, Watkr MONDAY 0 llonoro Welfare Aid lij. 1
... c foiwo
< N VvnlMky
-? EUvfnth Hip 4ioa-la Mails. ,
It Dick Pow.ll Ot30-4 Mowallaa By* ocr II HI....' P.irul. Ac
TkMtr uMwat.f
11 It 8unMt Strip I WAN kid.S 1. tiao- 4 Jrkk iikH. ..m Show The Past Month'Rev I
11.1>>--4.>.7.il N..... 11'.110... Upon International. Show Tim It Mounuln. Moil
It Mnvl. "TrapMW1* II CtnhiUliO
l> N.w. HIII Sbpd.l11x04 OCT. ie
MaiN. Tanlrht w. Raid II M.WO Woathor and Spurts ,110-I..T CmtlirMlti. Clurmmtill --4 SI0 Mi.*. Frlondlf for. 1
&duelaa: ... ..||
Col.! Mnl..f 4i44- klplMl 4 Kunrio N.nw.5w Hui.l.o .ou. Paul M Clown chairman
; TiO*-.a Hill Dana Llt.mlur. I Is Tntnalulan?,* Pins H.C.L.It.
/1110--i.7 Mavl.Tanla-hl. Th. wMk. JohIII ''''' Corso. (Sun 44 Monday .....pH II Nla-hlUf an th* Cold ('_, too-4 CUM .t IM Air :! 't.C"I'r..', Nny of District 10 Welfare Board reported a

Bt.-ll.ht floeTItURSIAY. Lava.* ut C.rmPII"II ..1-4 anria. 8."' *..... "Bu.ilanLltvratur ,,_-4 Juki. Ci.. Bkow 5..5 OMtItaI c.o.a.., 10.-4-IRMi.r I.or Irw that in Martin County 831 I
.In Tranamtlon" 4-7 rilnwrII II Cod How 14 II Tk* Tp.MO
'__14 ConUnmUl ClsrraiosiloIs Dour Limits 4)i40) 14 fionultk Nw (('oio') person were assisted in the four
Mavl. Sioo-4.7 Mr. M..nn t>4*:4 News t. a wlkT lase.PNlNr1 JlMtfcmt categoric of assistance' In
OCT II ht00MorM'' 5130-4 Qllllawi InlandTh Bangs.. AlmuMII S.r Umr Tklr public
S T.aan Ul Ut TON Dar t Tw Tw TIt September, .
A/tenor 7 On Stop Road s i ss -: Vnlur Slip I Wr4 Patton PlM* .
MI.. (.S.'I 14.11 Law"".... Walk II, Now*. VVMtkvrTiOO ....... t.TM J>**in .*.. tk* NurM' A total of 219pcmoue received
(Sam aa MoniUr *..."tI) I lOO-I. Roil. Autumn LMV" tiOO-4 Mr, Broadway 4 f..*r* fMrkMMI 14-11 Th Fill. !*** old age frtUtaiui in the amount 1 of SENIORITY :
...- 4 Bunrln' 80........ 'Moth... 4i30-4 Movl.*. "c...,AI.. Prom Cu. ..7 Mml. "i 101.... Ma Fkw"" T**., Iliuo-.l.l.lt. .N..., WrtbMpane. .
motlra ,In Woat.rn CulturoIrOO til* PU t ..3_14-1J nin.h 8har dhowIi4w It CMitlnmUil. ClMirAM. II Nm $12.401.: ten received aid to' Iho
-4 Marl. Witk t font 'III Mrt 7 ;.. .. "W.... tk. Illrdlo" -4 Oun. ioSa II Now.TlSO II il- II Mrw. .r.lh'PD blind totaling $629; M5 families The Influent and of Individual Senator
ttl IrOO--14 tfuekh-bwry." II...... I*.>>-11 Movl.. "Our Man. I. Mme ->4 Mwf Sill.1 -4 Mort.. : : Time"IIiSO power an
II ."'tT,t1oW- *w n* II Th' Dlpntp10t4511.11 it rtrnuMi .. 'iII o.T Tot.h' .,wtlh Jnhniir' t.r.onI representing 442 children received arc largely determined by the) SENIORITY: he hat
Rosshvanl.lp Mak. Tkat ..' ', I* MmkC Iraoiwr Mmik
liJO 4 Mr Moils aid to di ncndent children the
III*.*.-.. I. T. ..*. II Nw tiO<--t O.OUI. B4fr. It: 14 Hf.nUh NowoI attained. Without adequate Seniority he has little
II Movie NI Too, 04- It Nl.klonl.h Movl amount of $7.912 I and fifty-ieven
tiwt-4-t !I.. Bpocw. Watkt 11,00 ._.... .. 4 M.rN l Cround to hop for assignment to Important
+11 Tea. M 1.,5. 11 M. <04-.l received aid la the dl.
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III!*-a CkamplonahlWraatHM -4. Q - - commltteet. Without seniority hit Influent In
Roots. ,. tlv. ..." shied In
II Ob> .u. Ph I 11 tl t-4 Mavl. "Th* Laity Mm ..- Phew WEDNESDAY the amount of SJ.497.
5U0.-lI Onimoattil .MTMs the Senate Is greatly limited.
11.70-1 Other WorM. t
In addition fifteen children
*-i 8a BOMIt :. received
I I 111*-1| ftt.rllaht hums f51N rep Oct1.
Mw..*.. Watkr.1 *....J lli4-14 Wnotllni fr*. T***** 5100-4 .Root. -1) Coitus." icrvke during the month

5.30-1 II H. Ku..U..Brl....... R.pnl It 111)40*--II 4 Movlu Dano "Chub Th* Omm.nd, T t ,Dokkl.. Dw l* ... Mast'IUmoo. MX of whom were In fouler hornet. Holland Ranks l2fh

11 The. Jura.II .. 1104-11 NI.htw.Uk. Show Ito t It Ynd.D:: ;( MonitM *>**,nllttOO The total Mute and local cost for
Chapin. lira-4 Ckamplonikl WrUlaf 1,10-4, :3.ai. -1| OnMlMnUI. I CIOKIWH thete child welfare Krvke: wa,
50TN.wo-M10tt.p. hWW 1170-Id Marl t AIM t OO 4 Hue. HMU HrvmnwirI0 ,,
CHRISTIAN SCICNCCItADIO 40-I-M5/5. S II Marnlm ftarkMMItiOO >10::It A wine WrM4ia UJI.U 'In the order of Seniority In the Democratic mem.b.rthlp *

SERIES t t'c.: ".. KwT100 -. 4-1-Mok 4 M*.ICWM Mf for timtilI ,f___ One adi' plion petition wit .tud,> of the Senate. Hit 'influent" iperitnc

-4 Th. MOl...... SUNDAYOCT Roan .f Un,*k. (..... 10 M..4. .._., led for the Circuit. Court. Such and powerful volt have gained' him membershipon
I I(od.r...* Th. .... "Tk. l Pri.oar" *,.-..T H..ttHO 1'e1MorM' 'Col.'s wit...
RADIO STATION WSTU ... tottlo Co ia -4 I L*.* LowS *-4 Mart, "r.... $0. Rutb: I. children are placed In hornet Independent the powerful Committees of Appropriation
7 II. Ma and P
T. Tnwn"If Mr On/ru tOo""*tlt th. M ." of iervlc throllhi./ Acrlcultur and Forestry, and Aeronautical and
EACII MONDAY 7ilS P.M. Meats. Wr4 | t M :. ....." PL
*' loroiOw I
P.troI 1"Ie h'o.a. tensed !
Hlthw. child and
,..a04Ita"hlole, *!."-11 Conwdy. Tim It-It ii 1150 ls Yq: I Ito, placing agency Space Sciences, all of which are of particular
11,00-4 A *r Mr frTfwI 530--5: awkkb.rrp: hood the Welfare hoard! U renponlble
I Comodr bald ,1011 How awl WltT : Importance to Florida and to you at ont ot. Itt
-; Con<- lr tlo
U.11 Jonny QuoottiOO iOO-4 C.rtoolll ... ... LpoNO according' to law to make thou.reports .
It... (lot Cltl
-It.It Pkrmvr Daatktor4i3O t Pan Almana -4 I N.. .. Mpat., WMlhoIO.M..I <*rtt.
IlitO-4 lTD., 510. to the court.
77. ClraiiaII "Rest. UK. All
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t 1.*I.It Bob Addami Hop FamilyetOO boat.TuSo4 auportart .It 11I..1...... Unk4 tiltII,Aaww55 0mwiM..-Af. Dews Martin County U represented on I ,.. P.till-J." AilivnlwiMM" Pill r.
MOVE 1'N. the : f IrllortMi
District 10
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, 1..11 Tw.lr O'Clock llfih. i'aHon.II t Sap. who11Tao .. ... it Nor. WMtkM. ...... Mr*. Emher r.nlon.IkI Mn 1 a. s*,.|(,,(rm*. .
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Tot* 10:00-'"4 Th'* RwHra $intlk..' I 1 1.44 4 U.I4I>| Ulkt' I 4* l...rfoo* RE-ELECT SPESSARD LU
TVIn Ja k 14 Tim I* Dl.l' SlisS-4'f4l Now. II tknronn* N EDNESDAY-'slimed: : ) ,
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>44-I* Mk Thai **.>. 7 ToWmlc. Mitvl. "4owt" !L I l.Th. ". 11..-. l>**ar far* Sk.. HOLLANDU.
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11..10. "- arch. the T..I. .Ht 4 Th.* ....... BrlII liltv-II >Play**.** .It Tits-1 l"rl'ipt40L. / : lliOO .l.l.t.ll .N.wo. Woalluio. ......
MIN I Road" Movl litfc-4 Mwa It Mw>-Bill lhal.1512 ./. .1
1151. / P Toshh4; with. J.kowp C.h15 I i-4 altk. for Today 1100/ Word TieS .1.wian..ss. Ic....' -4 Mvn' Brk film Klernlly
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l>04-II NIk walkVrt4* B.rf.... *T FallkII I T atirVnlfc"1. ......, Ca a** (Oowrr! S. SENATOR
tall 4iO4-It Mavl.* M.. S Bull Wlnkl.4iOO .. 4 10-.4 PTt. II MM*. "up.. Port Ia I ll.*v...f III I t .
545.4 Sand. NorS ::1.1"-.t! : ;: M./1.tllP Oak. akin
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WMth Mr*. Wlar4I 14 UM ) Wt4.10Y Rows
C.s.dr Tim t
"GoldenCross : ia"\ JI Chewofat
I I* Hlkl Talk 15-d: T .
It Ari4 .erM* '
:JK4: II Parity Pin
: =lt-ll Hrw4 r t.7 Another World
Fire"Installing 710-4 Cart..msI II4e-.4 Cantor. S : 14-11 l>tirl. ,HMyftll! __

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.I. frtoTiOS ...". .. It'J.wlh. Worship loss ,..t.*. aIa.. OUr
a powerful Golden I7tra. Baptn4 Ckrl u.iITho Voniir .......
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|)1170 l +4 "Olgy T.*. :: :
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1.44 stop.
Cross Fire .la actually like mowing Til*-qI AIn4.dWn1 BprtT Poopl Ar* Pvano ..... der tr
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your TV act mites nearer the Un* lUwtwrII '"" CIw' .
M..w*. .' 51110-T S.sst.r..watla5 Sod 14-11 fear 11'....*.. {'Ink4iW r
station. You'll tee sharper clearer .._ OmBl HaU4 --4 "..11. "Tk* Pro...." wag I t, 1

pictures! on all channels.WilcoxHardy.. liOO A4wnlra-I auprart ,.....*. /he5, (,....A.toro nf ....*..... 5. Carannt .t. Susaap Idf iWlr ..1 W;fSN.nWIC?
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GE Dealer til*-II Wamor llrva. ItMtr* Ilose.II: I Miami' Kootk.ll Rlikllrkt. :ii r0r1.01'It. '
IH4-H4 Sorts. Billy4OO It 144-. Orw* Bay' Prows ... ...ltlom JI1
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:::..! : ... CXCIUSTVE SALES % SEAVKXFRANK'S o f IIV yoar j

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4-1' THE STUARF (}1a.) NEWS Thundiiy Oiloher 15, 1964 r: 7. ;.: -;: : : .;--,7f .,. : .. .,. '

JUPITER NEWS :/ i ; 1- tt' :: : = ,J

MRS. ANNA M1NEAR. Cormpo.dcDt Phone 746-4643 [ I .. :11U t I
I, r',,' wNMkVJBMaWM' aill *l* I 101 ,) g = S.. I
Council Refuses to Grant ... i I" : :. : J"Ii : -
,9 i .. ;t: JI ::
I :J5 tt'f1 J i.. ,
Made MarinaJupiter I !
Request By '$ I .
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C ;
cS .. : \oW 7. o a' ,s:d! .1 '" 1 !
Town Council sitting Associates was granted a twelvemonth ,, IJh6l H e :!S1'jj.!

as the Zoning Board Tuesday lease of the civic center located : HI

night refused a variance asked for I in the County Park. Mr. < tt 3! ... 3 .. g "" C -< J ", ti' i I '
Marina. E
by The the marina Loxahutchce being constructed Fielding stated that the intention r: !'!itri1 $ 1S4l' ..ct::' = : j' t: .! lfI,

south and east of the Loxahatehee was to use the building as a field :t 'l-: iO// S. t 1. ..a.s.. 's ::t t: i t:: I ...

River bridge had been granted a office and meeting place in con* E .I ; 511 ',i= IjIi.r; : i R.-e: i J

variance earlier for the construction ncction with the Marine Archaeology !. fti r { 87. = e- .. III( -(

of its installation in a C-I ProjectOther ... L: : 1'i! 0: ij'. 'r I ,
does allow metal '.. I ,
area. Jupiter not f .. ; t
building in the salt water district matter discussed before I :. s .. _
the commission were: Need of repairs t .
building was .
to therefore be built a there.concrete The builders cf i on First Street presented by I ,0 d* : : istd I : ,,;

the new marina asked for a permit owners and new reflectorizcd signs T .
For the town limit carrying speed '.
for a steel t building, which the \; ,
commissioner refused. limit E ( w
for the The commission voted to supplement rf' .... ; CI'J '" II Chs2
J E. Nestcl speaking b :o t1 ., an .ai ....
funds being raised by the .... an :: .
lengthy Z
owners presented argue ,.. :,f an Z -
Jupiter Volunteer Fire Department .. .a
However Commissioner "''t"
menu ea !
t'4.. .: .; :
Pedersen and Cross, who said they for the purpose of sending the'I an : .. c c

spoke for property owners 4n the Jupiter Warriors Marching Band 'i ..o o ; ciO: .00:0: 1:0:0E : :
area felt that it would detract to tho celebration, of the golden z II. of Z. ,,' '.. .. ... .. -= Z S :.. S ...
from the river front. The new marina anniversary of the City of Miami :: is2u Q z Qus.

a ,$200,000 ,installation is in March. ,0 : '. '. 0. .. ..
: :
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being built acrmPthe.1lver from : = _,_ ... u u
the Jupiter j illhtbou The variance ." _. 0 .. .. ..... '0 .5 0 ..Q .e w'
} 10 ....
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A Jupiter .. .... Fs 0 0 U'
was tufncd Uow'rr by a 3-1 c;;.. w <<;-
Z.w IZ :;
:; e
S Z' 'Z'; ; !
vote with Mayor Stalls not voting ; ; uU Zm
: 0 ... r"x\ ->. A. la' : u ca., E
and .
J P. Fielding of Fielding Seaman InAntarctic a. 1:; a.. c ,. ,<

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SAMPLE: BALLOT IS SeaSeaman e ,I fl.i'L ,u I :;;
EASY TO READ A. Do j li' .
s }s l", ..,p a-
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For easy reading of the Sam. Thomas J Ryan son L ee.

pie Ballot simply turn these two of Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Ryan of ,' :t', ...
Jupiter a 1963 graduate of Jupiter t ; jlfY. t ,
pallet sldcwiHc. with the "SAM. y = yd
PLE BALLOT" heading upright High School\: will qualify as the t ? a. cT 1. El: 00i.1ij '#" A
"most southern" Jupiter resident ...
when he return from duly in Ross __ i ,.. ( ..... i/ > -. '
Sea and McMurdo Soun"), Antarctica : '. E t i 11 E 'a .!

5GA next spring. __ .. = __ '
STORAGE Tommy is stationed on the Navy W tt1 e tn" .. 3m.. .. 4b 1: 5.. ,
Icebreaker U.S.S. Staten Island a c -- c e .vC H 4>> a C c:
WAREHOUSE ship with an enviable record of 0,0 .o. O o 1.20 jo

achievement and discovery and a .w... .. ". a. ... .. to- ... >- ... t; II. .tJ .. .
Storage by the real mission in these days of scientific -2 c'.2;: .e..2
exploration. .:! c .

Day Week' To quote the booklet issued' to q. WI .bMN i11 .! ii ,00E .it.: -3 .!
: ;
visitors aboard ship her primary 0 ... .0 Q 0.% a.._ o. 0 0
Month Year responsibility I la to cut a path bl 2: : u .
through the Ice for herself and 4 ). : : ,: L
USED ,FURNIIURE e ,:S.f .0.. .
other'ships to replenish Ice-ksckod .'.' ,g .
APPLIANCESAlA. military and scientific installations .. ( .u 11II u" ,gz ?: .:..;. .:! ....t( 0
GOLDEN GATE and to reach designated areas of ..l' ',\ W ;>0 ... UI' 101.J I ,
): )o{ .,; ,
scientific Her secondary '
suivey. > e : ,
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but highly significant objective. is ', I t
hydrographic and oceanographic ,<,' ... i g ..; s" .. .g ,

research The United States scientific .. .
Seeme program In Antarctica I Is : I .. ,., ... ,"' -
administered Foundation by tho which National I relies Science : : :', : rj1L I : : = : : t' -

strongly' on Navy development .' .. .
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work and close operational sup o tE: --t f
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for top-quality connaissance portHelicopters and are extensive carried for laboratory re L "' Adl. Vtl1 ; s Y : : -:;i !J .;.: 1 I : !
is aboard ttIMD"'e 1F'' u.,10 lac. .
protection equipment set up -10 co .li
ship for the scientific research. "rrh sap l", .4s ,, rice pp r a $ 's,8' Ole ""...;; l
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low cost h1s+ .' + br j'" r
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cific ports and Island in the coming Na'a q OM"s 'I
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Hume Phone 746-3809 Surprise Fire DrillA W 2-- ,,:F'nlr'; 1 m Ii 1:

surprise fire drill a featureof I 9 a' va "Q 11II ..".: ,Q. 4-/1"1>,\- z 8.\ ,.. '.
Fire Prevention Week, was UI. f fr l ,
conducted at Jupiter Wednesday > i 0(
morning by Principal Howard 'Ut ; Xl I .

Swyers. and members of the dad

ment.Jupiter Volunteer Fir Depart ,

Seven hundred students marched _. .
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\ Y!MI... In good hand with building In t minute 20 seconds I SOU BALL. POLITICS DuBois and William Klein will be ART GROUP PLANS Scott Mills, treasurer. Ihtd C

ALLSTATEINSURANCE The elementary school made an ; Garden Club St. Jude Mothers I PUM1ED: BY JAYCEES I welcomed into the club. Lieutenant OUTDOOR SHOW I The youth group, which Includes PaSt

equally good record. I Politic and sports, two of theJuycees' I James Blake, Loran Station The season opened for the Art I both junior and senior high)| *
Mr Swyers and his staff are to commander will be welcomed asa school students, plan three program iheaonfi
Plan Bake Sale I I
malts interests get a big Group of Jupiter-Tequesta with a \
be congratulated, on the efficient Hears Talk transfer front Douglas!!, Alaska. meetings each month, and] S
weeks. Oct. ISis
FOUNDED" SCAR play in the coming I meeting at the home of Mrs. William i
manner in which, the drill was run the set for their "Know. Lion secretary, James Crook, Stewart Beacon Lane, one social meeting.They pals
..,. I..u..... CMHPUIM! St. Jude'i Christian Mothers day on
All. Chief A V Rain of the Fire Department of the uk
has been elected will
secretary-treasurer join youth
Hun Olflwti M..kl.., III. About Herbs"Herbs" have scheduled a bake sale for Your-Candidate Forum and the Monday
said. of the Palm nation 17 in the National
Beach Oct.
---- Oct. 17 that will really supply the I Softball contests: are under way. I County Mr. Fred Thorne offered the on
Lions Club Association. Work Day for Christ: The young and>
community with fresh baked goods The forum will be held at Jupi group the use of space in her
and [ of the at kls.1Ti
will do whatever are
tees and home baked bread. I ter High School Auditorium on Ceramic i Studios on Pennock Lane, people
Bean Family" shared the spotlight Mr*. James Green the chair. Thursday Oct. 15. at 8 p.m. L. : ANNUAL CARD PARTY for headquarter Mrs. George hand from washing windows and and

M the October meeting of the man has stationed groups at Cira- B. Clark manager of the Jupiter. Seventeen tables were in play Motherwcll I, president, acceptedfor baby sitting to washing cars her
Travelers Palm Garden Club at tor Gator in Waterway Village Tequesta Chamber" of Commerce at the annual Jupiter Women the member I mowing lawn The money they Mr

Salhaven Tuesday.Mrs. and at Moor's Market and Grator who has assisted! the Jaycees in Club card party Monday at the Plans were made for an open receive over for to the the college Jobs will and be missionfunds turned M ssig
Gator on Indiantown Road. Those contacting the candidates, promise Jupiter-Tequesta Junior Citizen' house at the ntw headquarters ,
Schmidt of the
Edward serving in Waterway Village will I 1 a full attendance of all candidates -! building.Mr I' early in November.An of their state
is4'1 Garden Stun Group of Delray be Mrs Joseph Lang Mrs John their Miss Dorothy oraanizationl.I
spoke ." She told the or representatilc"The A. W. Butterfield and Mrs. outdoor art how w&cheJ Ian Education
Mrs. Kenneth Clements
Bishop Democratic candidates Will Donald Davie the ,
greeted uled for
of medicinaluse guest the
history of herbs the Mrs Lionel Smith Mrs. William Thanksgiving week church, i is assisting in the work. TfWx
and she told many fascinatingold appear late on the program a* Mrs G. B. Mondin arranged the end In which all area artists! will
wives' late about them.: In Wilder Mrs. Walter Dumbroski.. there will be a gathering In Belle flower for the table of prize. be Invited to show This wilt be the
Mrs. Richard McCord and Mr
speaking of recipe in which herbsare Glade which: many of them will Assisting Mr*. William Snuter fint major project of the season. I
David DcRuuo. attend! first, but the Jaycees have TO BE DESCRIBED
used, she displayed rosemary and Sirs E. A. Arnold!, cochairmen .
Serving at Moore' Market I fdldarartllaaaar
their that they will be Sister Marie Mullane R.C. of
jelly. One of the most interestingof be Mrs Roland Uirard Mrs. assurance were Mrs Lyman Austin! DANNY, MILLS HEADS
her exhibits, aside from the Gregory Massenrang.. Mrs E. L.Wehage here to talk with the voter and Mrs. J. F. Mincar Mrs. Dan Bar- YOUTH FELLOWSHIP --- ---
potted herbs themselves, was a Mrs. Paul answer quest iona. den Mrs. Joseph Ruhl. Mrs. J. CROUP
McSweeney I
Alwaje a good elecdoi of trade.. Volkewageu pomander made! of a lime stuck Mr. Frank Huge, and Mrs. Louis The Jaycees urge all voters to Howard.Cox, Mrs. Louis Ballasts, andSuggest. lank
with cloves rolled in orris root i Matrisciano. At Grator Gator in be on hand at > p.m. Thursday, Mrs. Robert Langdon and Mr* Danny Mill has been elected Bunny
More trade-ins; taken and i dried In (he oven Indiantown I Oct. 15, to get acquainted with R. A. Diedrich. president of the Youth Fellow-
I Road. Mrs. Theodore .1,1,
belts i'ti.l i in a decorative net Wells, Mrs. A. J. Green. Mr. I the Candidate: I The table prize were boxes of p,0Llhe PC\ple's Conareaa.tkmal I ,
day deliver hanging In the closet. Mrs. Frank Baton Mn, Charles Bart. Five team are competing in the I attractive flutes, with i Florida Church. hich ha tuned
every as we Schmidt meetings for the
said it would chase the Ictt. Mrs, Kenneth Hirtzell. Mr*. District 16 Softball Tournament scenes, which are being distributed! winter
odor and moth from bur the. Florida Federation of Women Mill wiH have a* his !
musty WillianCripe Mrs. William Dwyr played each Sunday afternoon at I by support THE FIN
eau drawer and l cupboards.Mr and ?Ira. Donald Mable will be Kiwanis Park. Last Sunday Palm '* Club :There were also many lag offices; Lisa Thayer vice oresklent ,
1965 ModelVolkswagens *. Alfred Week chairman helping. Springs( Jaycees walloped Belle I door ; Liz Taft secretary and
and the member of her horticulture Glade to the tune of lo-l. The pries.: '- DRY'I

committee, presented a short second game played between Jupiter BPW DIRECTORS \ QUALITY

program on Trees of the Bean Father Rasnick and Riviera Beach; was won by HOLD MEETLNG YOU CAM TAKE II \
Family 1 hey t to each member -
gave scoreTM
Area. Jaycee by a
I The board of directors of Jupiter #*
a Dauhttoma tree which they : of 9-0. CRAHTED Complete Laun
had raised. The tree, they reported Business and Professional Women' !
Is New RectorThe five team competing ate I
Is small lacy-leafed tree with Club held a dinner meetingat
a Belle I
Paint Riviera Beach .
Springs .J
IDIIIIG" the home of Mrs. L. V. Minear ,. : I
wagvn $1495 $1195 clutters of *wt lpca-like flowers Glade and two Jupiter teancaUONS Rug
Sunroof 11ard uP In poinciana colors. Among the vestry of the Church of I I on Thursday.Plana Expert

'39 Volkkwaipa '5' Volkswagen many other related tree in this :the: Gaud Shepherd baa announcedthat HEAR REV DOW LING I II I were completed for. a dinner thai .'
$495 $895 family, are the poinciana cassias Rev, Junes E. Rasnick will I! at the home of Mr* Robert lantnuce flgur (I.
Pickup Track SeditIa and bauhmias. be the new rector for this plir llh. I i I Rev Jude Dow ling of the Passionist -; Nichols: with Mrs. Fred Ford asco.hoatesa evwy Bcacdcal ,....'* Uf.. Uniform or l

) 'S9 tCQCMatkMl Those assisting in the' programwere Father Rasnick hat been vicar of I Isc. I : Fathers Our Lady of i in honor of women in Your fhsMcU:. tcwrily ...h
se dwail4afwtgen $1395 := JtJ Mrs. John R. Wilson: Mrs. Simon' Church in Miami for'i Florida Retreat at Juno, wa the bull N* and the profession" Several the rotectioM that imly c .-
John Siefert. Mr Richard Hardy several years.Father I guest speaker at the Lion Club outstanding women i in law, plow IMUTMK cvttra tactgive. I l &
'6i Voiki ag.i '56 Votk ".gc_ $445 Mrs Walter Paichall Mrs. Freeman Rasnick: will celebrate meeting. He discussed the history i the art and buwnc will be honor Visit or

Soda. ..... ....... yiiyb Seder n Dykes. Mrs. H. Cl Hyena Holy Communion Sunday. Oct.: of cite order and some of the work I guests at that time. ...
and Mr. Glenn Rlanchard.: 1 It with services at 7:30 and 10 being done at Juno. I The yearbook wa also com "
30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEEST. :: Hostesses for the meeting were ..m, his first in hi* new parish. Jupiter Lions ..iU open their picked at the meeting and i M ready S i PARAMOF
Mr. Jack Rotnon. Mrs InvinsVouchees Sunday afternoon a groundbreaking I light bulb sale on Sunday with I for distribution to members.Attending n i iI

Mr. Joseph Wilson and ceremony for the new more sale from door to door w.r e Mr*. Shirley I Jilt1
LUCIE MOTORS I Mr. O. Lynn Smith. sanctuary for the Church of t h e the following/ Sunday. The local Floyd. Ain Cart Crosby Mrs !

OKEECIIOBEK ROAD PHONE 110 M04J Good Shepherd will be held at 4 quota .b 450 botw Fred Ford. Mr E. F. Yates Mrs 160 Flaglcr! Drive
Approximately"' one-third of aU p.m. followed by a reception in William Brewer of Fort Pierce, Thorn Robinson. Mr*. Joht
who>> receive bachelor' .11\1.Jima this parted! hall honoring Father deputy district governor, will be Zwglcr. Mr Margaret VooBchrcfl c.susky Parkiag CP.
FORT PIERCE I professional degree I.I June expert l mack and boll family. It will be r the guest speaker at LadiesT Night. .< I L2806 to go on to graduate txhoolhMttry given by the Episcopal Chureb.women. Oct 21, at Manatee Marina. At Wilbur, OUham. and Mr*. Rich- I S. Ile.h 111aasgre the 11.

\ men. that time two new member Sam ant Taytorv I

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ck, Lantana, will be the from Erie, Pa. Other returnees were Mrs. Val MacDonald, Mrs Martin Memorial )lo pilaL She U : Orchid/ Show on .
raker at the meeting of are Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy I Caren Kraus, Mrs Charles to-; recovering nicely and will soon 2'
s Christian, Mothers at Ocean Breeze from Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. (kid. Mr and Mr*. Jack Watson, be home. Her daughter Jane, from October 24-2S IN6HTSi'! ,,,,,, : !
h ball, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m. George Thompson of Ohio Mr. and Mr. Charles horde, Mr. Greenfield, Ma**, I.I with" her: Orchid enthusiast from all ov e .,T"f'I\ .&J.,1
Marie one of) the mot Mildred Skinner, Otto (Chihast '
in the will NewsMRS. Mr. and Mrs James Phether F. 1 Mr Harry Cooper| was driven er florid, the United Slates and
peakers area T. Llllie AI Sharp and AI Code.
IB history of the Camels I have returned f for the season to Prize were awarded to Mr. Enfield down by her: sun and wife and i It various purls of the globe will con '
id spread of the order, ROXY KNMtLU: : their home on Sixth Street. They Mrs. Skinner, Mrs Gorde Her now. husband established, who for was the known winter.In verge on M. Petersburg Oct. 24. : Moon I flqth,1
23 for the eleventh
rdcr a work in south Hoc spent the summer in their home and Otto ChihaMi. Mrs. Enfield the this annual faall t :
CorrtIIpoedealt park pasted sum* .
away bank orchid
:s will be shown in the North. will be hostess next week. Her show -*
mer. son and wife are making 1" ,
ninute book reviews will t n In the past four years that the :! 1fM1e2a8.w/ :" ; 1
I number of short trip In 1'1 lor-
William Dwyer, I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence harm Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hileman orchid show lies been held In St. _
Mr. and Mrs. Charles ida before home.
bY.MrL have for the from are hen for the winter
,and Mn. RoJiiville. come teaton reason I Petersburg: a total of 57,372 visit
Huffman had a surprise birthday their home In Port Clinton Ohio. The Pinochle Club Clement Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beagle have or* have attended. Cosponsored \
met at
of neighboring parishes party Jot their neighbor, Mr*. They were dinner guests of Mr. Hall Thursday afternoon with returned for the season to their I by (he HofkJa West Coast Orchid
Zylpha Salyard The guest were and Mrs. Douglas Blvth Thursday winter home on Broad Street. Society and the Union Trust Company
ally Invited to attend. I two tablet playing. Mr. and Mr* I
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Mauen Mr. evening and pinochle wa en Charles (jorde, Bank. Canon a I local bank, located at Cen. I II
Jenny I
John SorciMon hat Chicago
afterwardLMr. hi .
joyed gone led I
Avenue and
Ninth Street tiltI
Powell formed by the and Mrs. Charles Gads Frank I Kram. Rosy Enfield, At Sharp on a business and pleasure (J
high Glen Zic bcck, Mrs. Mabel Malt Miss and Mrs. Clifton Proton and Charles Wciderman. Prim show will N presented from 1 12 ,
a Colorado ilrmwia: be Emma Schraft, Mrs Jenny Bank are here for the winter" They spent!' went to Mrs lade, Jenny Bank trip.Mrs. noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and
''Ml largest artificial lake and the guest of honor, Mn. Sal- the summer travelling with one and Charles Weidcrman Zylpha Salyard I la going I gain from 9 am. to. 9 p.oi. Sun f
nited States when it is yards. Pinochle WM played and fee month spent in Franklin N. C. for a viol with her daughter.Mr day. The big show U free hi the ,
Mrs. Irma Krueger came down public ,
and cake served. .. .
cream were and Mrs Charles Huffman -- -
--- Charles Slezak and Mrs. Sylvia this week from Cincinnati.: Her ,
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Scabright Sanhorn have returned to their daughter who drove her down, re are leaving Wednesday to visit Now b die time to IGIIdldotl
have returned for the winter from winter horn "here after pending turned after !upending a few days their MM In Orlando. While there ..4 ml. k. .. u,
angbehn Allegro Mich. Mr. Seabrtght underwent the summer near Franklin, N. C. enjoying; the beach.W they win attend a stale convention JTOTT
Christian. Churches, Church,
and an eye operation\ well. The Tuesday Bridge Club rott are sorry to report that of ChrM. Mrs. Chattel' Enfield/ JuLr'r:1:
Want summer is doing at Clement Hall Tuesday afternoon Mrs Ray Schamehorn: had to undergo I Ie also attending the convention. :
Miss Deth O'Brien hat arrived with three tablet playing. Guest an operation Thursday in Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bullion art

ettuhlnhcd hi their winter home DAY a WKKJC MO.VIII
I on Eighth Street having returned
from thew home in Dearborn GROOMINGMlHtXAINK
Mich. : MJN.NU r
looms ,.. woasir : ::
The vcrate farm I In Japan. hat awe r r_ .P. ; '

only_bout 11 acres. __.. ___ EXTRA NITS S16.00 PER PERSON.
Service persons regardless of age or income have a right to the following 1-- --------- SINGLES: 345.511()

service and should take advantage of it- I Call Us for : EXTRA NITES: $18.00) PER NITE

waning EXPERT L&Kd4capLtg include
Florida Health Agency representatives arc now calling on the !
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t1tnrt fritii j ERNEST LYONS' COLUMJftGti

VI". v ,. THURSDAY OCTOBER 15, 1964 i 1" Ho W Obis/ diid. 1

Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard. the Cure, tii

t .v > Stuart Martin County, Florida U'i,ubt

'jfotered at second-doss maiJ) matter. at pott office kt Stuart, Florida Chicken Stealing/

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS : flock of chickens in just about every yard

: 11' and the melodious sounds of the roosters crow
GORDON LOCKWOOD, publisher ERNEST F. LYONS Editor' ing heralded every dawn.
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MAIL, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per yearf two years LOUDEST and most brazen among them
$8.50.: (Subscriber living part of the year In Martin County may pay ,at these rates.) was Big Red, a magnificent Rhode Island Red
Anywhere else in U.s.A... $5.00 per year two yean $9.50,' rooster who commanded a harem at the B.
Six month $2,7J three months' J1.7J. Minschke home. There were minot musicians

Foreign and Canadian rate on application among the town roosters and major musicians, l
but when Bdcsluw Minschke't Big Red let sPy "
loose he was the Louie Satchmo Armstrong of
all roosters-and you knew it was time to
Vote Against Awendmetti; ML s. gel up.

-D6iit!! Give lip the Ina lit blow ONE. and MORNING everybody In Big town Red's rose horn late failed Mr.to "-.A LT

._ }
Minschke, who operated a Combination meat --- -
To Elect Superirite'iiden$ market, produce and used furniture store, RISING TO THE OCCASION, the introduction of Governor left to right, William R. Scott, master of ceremonies; Mayor Ray
denied that Big Red had gone in the pot. Farris Bryant, at the Oct. 5 U. S. 1 dedication ceremonies are. Cooke and Rev. Malcolm A. Harris. I
He 'pouted a crayoned sign in the meat market:

There it a pernicious proposal on the November power grab by the National Education Association "Chickens bought, Hem 25c. Roosters $1. ..
3 ballot which would take away the based at Washington,, D. C. ,.JA.; ._.41. AGREED VITII PRINCIPLEOF :

right of Martin County voters to choose an The N.E.A. operates one of the most MR. MINSCHKE was a pretty sharp OUR EDITORIAL
elected official. powerful I lobbies at Washington. It works trader! and that was a high price for roosters Letters to the EditorLONGS Editor Stuart News:

Oddly enough, the voters will be asked to quietly and efficiently Its strategy I\Ir to, con in the raw. It paid off. Two big boys brought I have intended for some timeto
vote away the right and privileges of choosing vince the voters that they would be better a big red rooster to the market and collected u WIIU express to you my appreciationfor
future' superintendents of public Instruction off letting N.E.A. run* the whole education $1. Big Red went back to his flock and the FOR PHOTO evoked a roar. Today there is nota veterinary told us to keep him your edtorial; of Aug. 21, entitled -
the post held here by Thomas: L. Crook, who show. Once you relinquish your right to choose town resumed regular rising schedule OF FAMILY HOME squeak. away from the water "Tallahassee Whistles We

will run on the lame ballot for re-election. superintendent N.E.A. will recommend Editor Stuart News: When our founding fathers were We need water as bad as we Dance." While not entering into

Constitutional Amendment No. 5 would to the school board a "qualified appointee"and ABOUT week later, the big boys re- In your fiftieth anniversary paper deciding on an emblem for these need air in order to live and still the question of whether or not
make.the office of superintendent of schoolsan you may"be surd that he will be "N.E.A. stole the rooster and resold him to Boleslaw on page 1 I-J there is a pictureof United States, some suggested the" they get the least attention. At a first graders should stay all day
all the 'Way. lie! may even push" "faMKIt"educational the Lighthouse and turkey. He is "knuckle headed here in Philadelphia
appointive position in the counties of Es- Minschke. All us smaller boys at Stuart school Jupiter recent meeting
in with the not knowing enough to come in in school. I heartily commend your
cambia Lake Martin Okeechobee, Palm policies not keeping admired them. They financial wizards. dwellings.! As this is the only home of the cancer research association -
: were
most of us feel. have known in flori- out of the rain. At his best he'slying position that the local school authorities
The school way (actually) I air contamination: was given -
and Seminole. In
Beach Putnam chicken
stealing a new tight as
in And what can you do about it then? Noth- put da, I am writing to know if you supinely on his back, a rich the same percentage of blame should have the right of
board, would appoint the superintendent ing. You will be saddled with a public official adventurous, profitable and glamorous. can direct me to where I may be golden brown. as smoking both based upon facts decision on this Thank you
1968. who II note beholden to you. He will be re- able to get one of these! photo- The Eagle, a swift and mighty Shortage of good water is growing for putting this issue before us.
This' means in effect that the 10,867 aponsible to the people ''who got him his4 ONE DAY my friend, Otis-that Is not graphs. Someone certainly had this bird with telescopic sight was apace over the country and little Sincerely,
voters are being asked to give up their traditional job-the N.E.A...and to those.. who keep him his real name-remarked to me: "Ernie, why picture or it wouldn't have been chosen as being more symbolic of is being done about it. It takes Steve D. Hcrron
)right to choose the head of the school in I ft the majority' the1!'school board. don't we go steal tome chickens?" At first, In the paper I am willing to pay for the 'American spirit 400 tons of water to process one President
systerft: and give that privilege to a three- If remember "the school troubles," the Idea did 'not appeal to me. We already having it photographed. Would He is, as you know, becoming ton of steel and this water could Hobc Sound Bible Institue
member majority of a five-member school you when { team" had a flock of Black' Minorcans at home. you be so kind as to see what extinct. be reprocessed at low cost. if there -
caused "Investigative
they were an
you can do for me? Truly yours, was a law to demand it. So it is
board!)1, was sent in here by ,the N.E.A. and ripped This picture means. everythingto Claire Taibl throughout Industry and in almost RED CROSS
Tft!Is Is a "deeper" which involves ur- into our school system. We* weren't runningour "NO WE WOULD probably get caught me. First, my father. Captain 4 f every industrial process. WORTH OF NEWSPAPERS:
rendering your rights as a voter. There is no schools to suit this outfit located up at t said "and if I showed up at Minschke't James A. Armour, was keeper SUGGESTS NAME There should be a law that for Publisher Stuart News:
more treason-in fact, even less reason--why Washington D. C. Who do you want running Market with any sort of chickens except Black there for forty years or more, and FOR TWO BRIDGES every outlet with septic tanks In a sincere spirit of appreciation .
it should be applied to the Superintendent of them-that bunch or us? Minorcans he would figure I stole them. Any- all of us six children were born Editor Stuart News: there should be automatic chlori- we wish to extend our thanks
public} Instruction than to other officers suchas \ Make' ....,' your'mind right now to vote how, Black Minorcans are no good for eating in that house.! One more, the eld- If names for the two bridgesspanning nation, and a code and inspection and best wishes to you on the
sheriff, tax collector: or clerk of the circuit against Amendment 5-and please tell your just for eggs""WE est, was born in Titusville. I was the St. Lucie and Indian I procedure should have top priority occasion" of "National NewspaperWeek
court.' friends to Vote against it. the youngest of _them all I and was Rivers i from Stuart to the ocean in any township where people haveno Oct. 11-17.

M(' a voter, how would you feel about an You may""be'' sure that there will be much: HAVE White Wyandottes," said Otis born in November 1885. I was have not already been selected I sewer system or live closer than The Martin County Chapter,
not only born in that old house, the following 300 feet to each other.I American Red Cross, is constantly -
of would like to -
in weeks suggest
hue and the next
which allowed the county com- couple
amendment cry "and, boy are they good for eating. We don'thave
maintain and
but first married there to "Cap striving to improvea
doubt that this drive will
all other officials? before'election about all the "benefits to> be : get
missiqn to choose public to sell the chickens, he said with a flash "
Knight; two of our children were community service. Our success
for the much attention or action but it's
Ridiculous? No more so than this.Actwally derived from an appointed superintendent of genius. "We'll just steal a couple and -Bald Eagle Bridge" the
go horn there. I will greatly aopreclate worth the the depends largely on public understanding
10-cent() This l would try. Maybe danger
number of That I Is the bunk. If that theory was true, our bridge.
there are already roast them on a fire out In the woods.. anything you can do for me of will at some time sink into the of what we can and
would honor our conservationists
built into the office to make sure sheriffs would be recommended by the FBI of these will do.
safeguard or to help me to get one in and around Stuart and minds of those who are rushing
that our elected superintendents are qualified. and kppointed by the county commission.! "NO," I said. "Most everybody who has pictures.The at the same time point up the fact so fast to make either a fast or The Stuart News has contributed
They must have high educational backgrounds Preserve your most previous freedom-the chickens has a dog or two, except Mr. Min picture of the old school that there are a number of bald slow buck It's funny that most greatly to the accomplishments of
or the'' schools will lose Southern Association right to vote for a public official seats, and he Is probably silting up nights boat (on the same page) just below eagle nests in our county; also, that fast money ends up on the slow the Red Cross. Your news items
accreditation. The voters' are certainly not YOU will be told that you can change your the Lighthouse picture, I re the legislation in our state for the side have served to acquaint your read-
going to choose an unqualified man-with the mind four years from now at the poll when guarding. Big Red"r member welL Dr. Jackson! and preservation of the bald eagle was! Regards ers with the program of the RedCross
certainty that if they elected him our graduates the appointive system will go Into, effect if the about t hat family were very dear friends of due greatly to the efforts of a citi Frederick J. Ryan, and cewsaisuamoe.'renderedto !
PLACEr thinking
"THE lane
woulj not be accepted by the colleges. amendment pusses-but that is malarkey Once ours, as well as distant relatives. zen of our county Mrs__VirginiaForrest. Wyncote, Pa. disaster. victims whether they be
admitted Otis '"but he is "'
'a pretty
This amendment Is not of local origin. Tom Crook serves out his four-year term, dog, You just can't imagine how We already have a memorial RENEWAL in Martin County or distant areas.
There has been no "overwhelming demimd on there would be no more candidates because the good friend of mine. In fact he Is my dog. very, very much I have enjoyedthis to the bald eagle in our SENDS While expressing the gratitudeof
of and article Suitable and LIKES THE NEWS our local Red Cross Chapter,
copy your paper City park. plaques
appointive would then be the law-and
the of. Martin County voters, or system
part I THOUGHT that over It dawned on me *. replica of the bald eagle would Editor Stuart News I also! wish to convey the same
forever.A :
handful parent. for at the jt. time Its of proponents"the school were troubles"bat( a mOlt probably freedom thut goes down the drain is that Otis had In mind stealing a couple of hismother's With gratitude and appreciation! help' to distinguish this bridge and Here's my renewal for another sentiments from the national office
and make in the of the American Red Cross.
White It state
juicy Wyandottes prepare I remain, unique year. Your presents the affairs
It boils down to this paper
last when It was Introduced rarely regained. : the We join in thanking and wishIng .
year for
ing a festive supper out In the woods with Most sincerely "Stuart Beach Bridge" of a growing community most you
Sir why the big push to 'poinlthe super Who do you want running Martin County them. As long as I was shout to become a Mrs. Bertha L Bush "25-ccnt bridge." It has not beenso interestingly. Your editorials are you the best in the year ahead.
intendent?' If you dig deeply, you may find schools, the N.E.A. at hin"on-or you, chicken thief this sounded to me like the best 1341 N.W. Seventh Avenue well known that Stuart has such sound and the feature stories are Sincerely
that the basis is a well-planned and continuing right here? to do it with the least risk. Fort Lauderdale an accessible beach as well as! its tops My son Bob, and family, Colonel A. H Davvissort
fine fishing and it was only with reside in Stuart. Jr. (Ret.)
A Dear Mrs. Bush: the building of this bridge that F. J. Gottron Chapter Chairman
SO IN THE dead of night, Otis, I and We are forwarding your letterto we really did have a Stuart Beach East Cleveland, Ohio American Red Cross
Otis' dog crept Into the hen house.. We softly Mrs John DuBois (Bessie Wilson ss such. This name will differen- l ,
Ndttdnat Newspaper Debt: reached: up on the roosts, pulled down a DuBois) who has the originals tiate it from all the many bridges QUOTABLE QUOTES
couple of big While Wyandotte hens and of the photographs mention spanning the Indian River to the LET'S LAUGH
I < ; > : twirled their )heads off Unfortunately, he got ed. Mrs. DuBois, who resides at north of us and definitely \locateIt Many a man fails as an original
Gfin i Be ReadA Jupiter was responsible for all of thinker simply because his ..dlllll L .
TneHome Town Paper two and I got two-just si hit mother's lantern the wonderful Jupiter area stories geographically as well as advertise Is too ilood.-Frledrich memory Wil--
Stuart's beach.
ifrii rcj'4 exposed us in' the act. historical edi helm Scientist tell us that we're tallerin
1 4 : ? and pictures in our Sincerely yours, Nietzsche the morning than we are in the
Without tion. She Is the best historical au.
Leisure Interruptions Mrs William Walters s
of have noticed
OTIS' MOTHER was a Cracker widow know this of evening. Many us ,
thority we on part The cost of a thing is the amount
too, that we're shorter around the
lady tough" as' nallll, and she was.leaning bn South Florida I'OUIthON'n'
CERS of what I call life, which; is required end bf the month.-Srupv John-
Remember the Stuart News for Sept 3, by food i I market and one was the classifiedor A cane with one hand and training a shotgun -The Editor MUST BE ENDED to be exchanged for it immediately son City N. Y.
1964 Well, that was Ihe Issue in which there "want ad" page on us with the other. It was hard to tell whichof Editor Stuart News: or in the long run.- .
were many pictures of the damage left by Actually these! art service pages, as they os was the Urge! since she was afflicted POOR WALTER' : IS Mrs: Ryan" and11 I like to read Henry David Thoreau Miss: "Darn] That' bus went
Hurricane Cleo. Pages 6 and 7-A carried point, out good buys In' food, and they tell with a mild case of the St, Vitus Dance and The News because it is a good right past without stopping."
nineteen such pictures. Remember about real estate for1 sale and rent and about eventhe. dog dropped his chicken head and Editor: friendly paper and a relief from Whenever you argue! with an- Kibitzer: "Next time wave a
WeD those pictures stayed right on tha articles for lalo and articles,, wanted, put his tail between his legs Ai you maybe know, I have our local paper that should these other wiser than yourself In order white hankie."
moved here California after that others admire wisdom Miss, "I 1 will I
,i days a headline; "All the may your : not; only want a
pages didn't. they They weren't, snatched away It II'not likely that you were Irked by any "ITS ONLY F.rne! and me, Mama P' yelled eighteen years of residence in Mar. set dirt carry, crookedness that there they will discover your ig I ride. I don't want to surrender."
from .Vow with a statement that they'dbroupc be- ad in the entire paper AH of them wore put Otis "Well that's different,* she said, lower tin County. II." norance.-Saadi -The Rotoracle. Danvers, Mass.

back; to view after x word about"Sudsy there to serve you, They presented the messages Ing' the shotgun The dog started wagging his Because of the many friends and Th. septic link problem is --... -,.. -- -_.. ---.-
Brew: or "Smoke Signal Fags"Uadct of merchants and businessmen of the
Wudty area
tail again. "We only going to eat them business affairs which I have enjoyed !something of deep Interest to me.
each picture were a few words describing who havt something you may need now or In we weren't going were to sell them," I said. My. during my stay there I just When I had my home in Port Sew. STATEMENT: OF OWNERSHIP: MANAGEMENT" AND CIRCULATION
the scene and its location. They were the future., It relief feel "lost" without! reading your alt it was a problem and also! one REQUIRED BY ACT OF OCTOBER J3. 19621
there to, be read if you wished to do so, and Naturally they ''wore" printed ,to .he rend was. a very excellent paper which I have that came up 'as an engineeringmatter SECTION 4369. TITLE 39, UNITED STATES CODE FOR

the chancel are 100 to 1 that you did read and it is hoped you did nail them, However, "WELL BOYS," said Otis' mother, "you done for many years. in the company that I headeJ. OCTOBER I. I9'4 OF THE STUART NEWS: PUBLISHED
them. weren't forced to read listento Will you please enter my sub.Kription WEEKLY AT 111 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD
However you you weren't forced to read them, nor to bring those hens on (the bock porch. 111 STUART
and read them to unsolicited, for a year starting with You talk with any experienced FLA 33494.
them no one you anyone read them, to and ,
you. scald
hut up kettle water, you pick Au,. I, 1964 and send the back doctor and he will tell you that
did they? All of this Is to point out that The Stuart oleaiv them and 111 fry you up( a batch of copies waning with your first edition new infections are developing way, 1. The names and addresses of the publisher and editor are:

Turning the pages of any Issue of The News h your home town newspaper. !}'t features chicken like you never ale in your lives." in August. beyond, the knowledge available! Publisher............ Gordon Lockwood. P.O. Box 1047. Stuart, Fla.

Newt you find pictures and newt items. These folks who live< in Martin County.. reporting My family and I left Kobe to understand what they are or Editor. ....... ... .. Ernest Lyons P.O. Box 1047; Stuart, Fla.
pictures stay-put, too, as well as the messages what they're doing,) where they're .0TlS 'a4.ND, : I were the happiest kids In Sound on July 17 and made a where they come from Antibiotics
under them which tell about the pictures, NOT going, and what they have to. sell. Palm Beach Countythat was before Martin $.(UUO-milo vacation trip in all and serums have kept them in control 2. The owner is: Gordon Lockwood, P.O. Box 1047 Stuart
about, TDr. Quack's: Pain Killing Pills,'' or The only reason we cited he Sept Issue County was formed-- ..we ripped the feathersoff the southern states. & to date, but it is a well known Florida.
"MisatSmooth's Up. Coloring Compound. was because j It contained so many fin. pictures. those four bens and filled a heaping dishpan Please bill me for this fact -thai these,drugs, lot*. their The known bondholders
Nearly every one of the twenty-four pages Mont every issue has numerous1 plcturea-but 'with thighs necks, breasts, wings drum lion or inform me what the year value in time dependent on individual 3. mortgagees and other security
of the Sept. 3 issue carried items of newt, and not quite that many > Kicks livers and giixards. rate is and I will send my uw. Right DOW we are in holden owning holding J per cent or more of total amount
not a single item of that news was Interrupted ,Which brings UI' to' the punch line-Oct* immediately to cover same. ait epidemic of deep chest colds of bonds,;mortgage or other securities are: None.

for a commerciaL": True, there were "com.mercloV olser' } ..1111 National Newspaper Week. Help Oils MAMA got the green hot dredged Sincerely yours that are widespreadand all shoo doc Average No. Single
Walter A. Kallttrom I tors are recommending early
.(aJt) ,orb, those pages;, but they celebrate Jt by supporting your home town the chicken pieces in flour, and put a panful 24JI Cmttiew-, Drive, for influenza.--There t Is a deep sos .. Copies Each issue
didn't interfere with your enjoyment of the newspaper! of delicious golden brown chicken on the BaythoresNewport mined that there is cause to blame Issue during Nearestpreceding

information printed therein did they? diningroosntable., "Set ta 'oy1." ..she.laid.. Beach. aJif. 90 percent[ of which r* re-preces* to Filing

Also you turn to the newspaper "com Ii "If I say jo myself I'm not a had cook," It led) contaminated water It is.ad- .., 12 Months Date
mercials"\ osv:you". Own voliUon. They .mreat U x CALLOUS>i QN T>FFICTOIJ sivqwa*. good She followed} that with SMouJkkillctfiiV Dear Walter: can nitad thai tleteis i taut*to bllllM't" A. Total Ne topics PrinteJ '

forced on yb The/don't Interrupt your train '(Canton,' Pat, Jnderen.1. ,..se tlnel) \\11 that. I was fliD. Thank Done did-* of thought You take time and Wisure and J ; you 'MaX* f said, tor thefine1 feed but you stand California ,. that their use -has changed the cJd ,
your than, 30,000. Ptrxjns kill. *-The Editor ; r
'"There ate more Nth that west in 'earth'passagewill Paid ChTUbnoni
and the, ads, You browse it's getting kinds late and I better mosey on
digest dheJnewa i I
throu \\a' the' classifieds, tapkinf for bargains. 'ed every.'lit, year automobile',.>scoordlng accidents to #)d able this estimate country home" Tm gonna hit the hay, too," said s.hs< rWroRUiy) Now, tkai contamination Itself irt the has y-ive bean r.It found feeu 1, T. tens wWrinera siy a all, l

admire the .new ears,' and ,lake advantage of The American public have been, and It illal'l1 oh'i COt TO HEART OF far -sS 200 feet the detereena carrier delivery .r hy artier ISWMH :8$1 2864
the grdwy fir I merchandise special this I'Ol1S' NATIONAL TRAGEDY being the carrying: protector of the
: death
ddngely'unconcerned pver .MAMA rapped bet cane on. .alias 2. Sales. IbnMtP ,gab, brewi deal.
that issue all "ions'mercy. )..fe.
of were News
cw pages rate. They! seem, to take It t for ''grunted 'that Edito Stuart :: germ .
." Three of them were "sponsored( sad ,, uVleURapl Rapt| Rip) "You boys amt going Foe slicing through aD the is A second tank fieldwesfhccd ITS, .r MhnwbeC. __ 4145 3180a
motor vehicles deadpedenruta gq to* "nofctere," abet taM. "until you finish these itkvsncies: and laying open the by a local contractor: within forty- J .
___ J 1 gether, and e'vtn IT, a't times, the occupants of chickens." That old lady had a whim of iron heart of Ut.mailcr.-yau editor* iw.feet of Jay .well.ad-.al.-the. Fm.Pfctrlb fkxhrflnt samples) OW
U'a'; the'' automobiles< get killed, the accident b I and a cane made of tough mangrove' wood hi pn the Warren "report" is toe time I discovered! that there was hy SMO, carrier delivery, .r. by -
TM. Swart' News will furnish photo prints! usually termed unavoJbl" i',," She fried and fried and we ate" and ate until best no Code: or ins ectioa ( wok ft tip' te aNan .... .. r if'M 1:6:

of bj by 10 Inches: of soy -picture . the-very .Usi piece of tho* confounded beat Stuart is fortunate\ having with the local inspector and wrote Total N.':hrr .f Cnpin DtslribMM:
ea NEWS staff, for charge of $2.00 coal 1 iiMide'us. If it hadn't.been for ''tho dc shelping. writer' of ''such stature. If only ev the council but to my knowledgeno
for pM" and $ .QO for any additional. ) HOW, ARE, YOUR ,RELATIONS? .*svf never would have made*it Any try American could read it. step were tales (Ssnti el On** 11, B2 aM O .H t,. 7 6110(
ordered the tame negative at the Like a:. pot. of W.eUCjiowly ,1.hart..a dog.lbaLJKm_ tiwor .
from foreverof flat the
inter. lean-Paul the rtserttfr watemenu made
prints :The: npterfFrenbb Sartre. bow..she (urea Otis OM and dog with local) dogs, who by me above are correct
fought conn plays ether
tome time; larger sires by special quotation. said ia his Autobiography, ")br several stealing chickens to boil Yo" are getting and *) ,
taM years dutoned to the heat have bled.I 10. M.IWMhnuog'... &be :SI. r"f f
photojrophi -
Stuart Newt IS nuiQiafnc'd paste io relation with IM AU, ,. km( con- Lucie\ in front of our house durIng >
.Ibwtd. <<
gradually .
ewesjpsVtte. ;: sews and-' advertisioj. al\\eII,1, but .Ptiw uty, I cm..tG"auad.a.t6with _EVEJZV( T1U&I heard Si* Red ....ghee Mted| eonfmion, .-betrayal l'"man-; ,svfeich M VeuM'ArirAr noW Publish t Oct: t. 15., 1964. : ;GORDON LOCKWXXDD. ruwwnerWl1r
,. # *< Newi him" Could that be the case with some that, it was like the trumpet of the Archangel l aged news, oops and whitewash. of the water. We nearly lost him :
of today's tareh-goen? Gabriel waning: "Crime don not ,.,." T yean ago Cute would haw with a weep' infection. The local

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door prize was won by Mr*. John I TILE:: STUART (Florida)i NEWS Thursday, October 15, ,1964,. 1-C

RIO NEWS Lechner.Table prim war wap by Mr* -

Frank RauvgKL Mr Jfek 9f***. [* Home Building SectionRECENT SOIL CONSERVATION I
MRS. C. B. HEASLEY er, Mrs. A. &Anta Mrs. B.
on. Mrs. M. Neumann Mrs. .
Corrapoadeot 'Ruetsch Mrs. Erneot Hail Mrs.R. .

AT 7-0887 Dower Mrs. F. hail *1. ..
By LEE, ; CASON JJt.Tbrutagh and the !service will 1 provide con-
E. Nordittrom, Mrs.. CoHlv UMB- BUILDING
hart. lI.ata. Wfeaer. and Mia PERMITS' \ mmoraun- til'\ili"i' tecbnfca help.SoQervsaon .
? of the Martin Soilton.rYll4ion
10 CLUB CARD PARTY Alice fig. Paul.
dentaKkting with the various state
bn ...... (Oct. 2 through t)) DfeirM renewed a
the committee were I II
|The Rio Civic Club held its an<(' ftt\ gen*'**pfoyWinf, hejp,,
) ftem the Gnffrtftam Council.

M it. H. Klein, Mrs. CfertM MASOU Contractor [1e.cT pllmt'\ Amnnnt i toques
fgular card party Tuesday, Oct. Mrs F. RauweM and Mn. OwnerGeorge ." r i;, I in resource. conservation, the Martin .. Boy Scouts of America, to as-

with twelve tables in play. The I 1 Charles Zajic. The next party wtH{ City of Stuart 7 ........ ., I\ I Soil Con ervation District sup- tint It with soils descriptions, land
be Tuesday, Oct. 20. I I IRtmodel ervt or* are providing varied and ue and' eoirwrvution praattce plan
1, S 1000TTsikr I practical services for their farm- ning. The scouts' property ill< located
ArchibaldBarnet Ml Pine Av MACj within the Jonathan Dick
!MRS. VlLLlAMS PASSED tog and ranching co-operators.
PLUMBING AWAY IN"NEW.: YORK B kh {;{{forth; Flagier Avenue AItlJey storage 3,000 Recently. Lewis Varlet! range 'insonSlate Park Technical help
I t REPAIR Word received here' late D. fi.-ArmHbong ; 38J lm Beach Avenue None Addition I 12,18)0 specialist of the U. S. SiMI\ Conscrvnticvn -'I will be supplied by one or morecoooret'atin
was Pier 700 .
week of death of JessieVil i H. F. West 1005 Terrace: Road None Service, called on cooperators : : agencies.Sail :
200 Lonila Street Ihlllrr' Residence 9.000Remodc Mark Witham of Stuart and I Conservation Service'* Hohie -
AND WiHuims, i in Jean
r llama wife i of Jed Hodal'PKanner '
Jones, and Lee
Rain Floyd
\ Oswego, N, Y., Oct. 2, as. the Land Company ?1 11Vst"bi" arect Gull l 65)tR7q ) Bruce Bitting of the Bar D. ,
C Jr. of the Stuart office
CONSTRUCTIONCALL. couple was :ready to leave for O. A. Sanders ."t f."ms ,;jtTv f point Rta North Alumer 1t! ? wilinrq 3Mr native Ranch Yirlelt and kleniified their for In)OjfIIt NVauchuIn Tuevtay to receive were
heir home here. '' vI' \t
\ 1'''' ',. .. I them and suggested physical and I training' for hiiprwed 'soils sera
; -
The William's had spent.tfie winter :/J : Martin County. "I .chemical: wars tvf continuing and I Ices to farmers, ranchers and
in this vicinity for ten : :, sad Soils h
years.Two dwellcn. iniormati\
LINDSEY als r J. improving" them. Rangecon' :
I R. c. years ago they took up Flor- II. J. Ralph., rf.dS, River Shores David Scltcnaoooah__ ? ., Betide' 37,000 vatkin.' plirm will .be written forcooporaton 'I I I help to Toni builder city pluif\
LbnuMl.PLUMBING In.w d CONTRACTOR. Fn a u.a... Ida' residence Mrs. Williams wasmember Ernest Higbee '\ \ ., :; aa nd Addition Nag Resideltl6! 9.0no Witham and Bitting. nerve and soaitarums. ,
of the Rio Civic Club '1 ::10,000
DIAL 18.4tJ7I : John fJ.:'Dupuni JtS 'J uyaca NoneNone! ndenct.! ,
She will be sadly missed! by every. j .
John Wilson' AtonfyeSld: ,[flti,"" 1 900
one who knew her. ,
Bailey Boat\Yra Jensen Beach None Dish; ua"lna 4.ono
I HeathcoteNurseries CORRECTIONIn John Roman Ri; Stuart Paint A- Supply Porch 1,850RemCIJC

I the Rio Club News for last Jim Diamond Hone Sound Mclaren";|' !('>ristnictlon 'CoLoon ) J i fiOOO) EJIROWELL
week it was stated that a memor James': and Charles Foster' Gate at Ii Bob O'Hara Commercial: hufding fIono
Architect Designed Landcapbfl lal service had been held for Mrs. J. WaaraA. SkjdiToJ1etghts Sundcll Ad11it on f 100
Oriental Design A Specialty.! E. Barthcl. who had passed away. Whiticar Port Sewall lint Friend Addition" 800 {
Complete Lies MateriaL -ne IwIIaa them husband for whom the scrv

Nursery Rhea Area's, Our Oldest 38th Yew.Landscape Ten ice PERSONALS was held. Sleeping 'Living Areas Caji \Be. Separated: FURNITURE CO.

Right off us. 1 at JJncl let ; rt
Umber In Fort Pkrct. Plans. Mr. and Mrs. James Coney Dial) AT 74804 W e Civ. Cold Bond Stamp

HOward t53.2.r iave' returned to their home on .. .
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Alice Avenue after spending the '
.I. summer at LJnesvHle) Pa. I I The first group of figures 14;
In the house number regraeenh .
Mrs. Isabella Clark and four
r HOME LOAN3ALKS. children are now at home on Rio able area the square in the feet house.of Ito l liva- Top Tips A

Boulevard after "spending" the other group is an office num ci'
Falls, Omar ,
!summer at Sturgeon ber.) According: to Jan Rcin-
10, Canada. ber.) Consult a local contractor
\ .
; for an estimate of i in Dialing
SEES BRIGHT PROSPECT building costa.

i by don herolde'W' Corner E. Hooks, general man

ager mission of, the has termed Florida the Citrus upcoming Com By JAN f REINER for More Pleasant

to 1964-65 citrus season' as the Home No. 1024-83
OOinQ lie "
"brightest! in years. I
Here is a two-b for
meas1Jre a METALWe home, 32 by 32 feet, designed Phoning

ro to fit a 60-foot-wld level lot. I') T
Are Worker* .to MetalIF As the house is over ',000 square
The sized U-shaped
WE DON'T IIAVE IT gcoerounly .
feet in area all room's are generously kitchen contains double -
: counter a
ru WE CAN \MAKE IT sized and well lighted. The sink (S) Under the window, the BEDRM _" 3 C ID OHK
r living area consuls of a 13 by 18- range (R) and built-in oven ((0)) C 10
$ foot front living room with din to the left and a 6-Ioa-long'erv! >< 13 k gi ,
=.i1I I ing' alcove (7VJT by 9 feet) back ing counter to the right A 4foot. i o KITCHEN
of it but separable from it by a 6- long cabinet (accessible! front and rL '
foot-wide folding/ door (see arrowon back) ii i suspended over this coun- H T ,
PLUMBING plan). The 7V4 by 9-foot kitchen ter (shown dotted on plan) and
It takes STUART while handy to the dining table forms a divider between the conking j
an fe METAL WORKS I is not visible from the living and dining parts of this 13 by I
> eel ATUntta '-'lit tMi I t:
area.SIOPSTM. 9-foot area. The refrigerator (RRIs ) CAI I

see pert to fit -- and located a 30-inch-wide pppOMte! the chine window closet i iI I

''a I (C'l)) |s adjacent U> it. Hack of thi* I
mortgage china: closet unl accessible to the t&I
living room) is a deep cbwet for BEDROOM LIYJNC ROOM r'r'yxle I \

folding chairs vacuum cleaner, rC liltsloat / JI f
Mortgage term just right/ for etc and next to it (facing the I

jthe .Browns .might not fit your r'sx''e ( ..rh I living room) are bookshelves." ..s(3( 4f FRONT 4t
family at alL j The sleeping area forms the
left-hand half of the! j plan and can 1 b ad
Your monthly income, the child be< !separated front the living area The saddle! roof ettcnd over Various. "njcanif) :of electric heal
[ren's educational expenses, family by a door (not shown on plan). the 1214-foot-wlde carport: and I Ing (Includr; (a V,perimeter heating
[ living expenses, etc., affect the It consists of two good-tired; bedrooms the! 8W by I 10-foot( << screened, porch (w7-csILd,' -huieNwrdheal), ((9)) sass
size of the monthly payments you a 5 ,fineR bathroom a I facing the garden. Being (bandy 'to wall or fkMir {.tl ijtits, (c) ceiling cot: t
| should make. 42-inch-wkle closet (IL), four the kitchen, this porch I Is Ideally tmbedded 11he plaster, ami |e41|| Be lure to consult your telephone
5-foot closets with bifold doors, suited for summer dining.. A 4ll for the correct number. A good idea:
The well-trained loan staff of and a small hall. The matter bed by 7-foot<< utility. room !Is acccwl the hea( pump/} /which provide both'
First Federal Savings of Vero room, facing the street, has two ble from this porch'(again handyfor heat and cooling. Perhaps lh' refer to the number 11 you dial
Beach has helped thousands of closcti and (our awning type aluminum the homemaker working in moot doirajile' heating (withoutcooli'n ,
families decide on the right kind of windows, one'of which face* \the kitchen, ) and contain the! wa. |) is/deillng heat because It,.
the side for crow-ventilation (we let healer laundry appliance (US) )
home Joaru produce: M draft does not &lnleJ4
picture) and shelving. clued (O) opens
Loan service at First Federal 1 Is HARD Since (the ceiling follows the from the carport lido nit can be fern 'with/\/ Jurnilure placing, and
'neighborly and fast. They inspectthe line of the gently I stoning! med for garden tools. Incidentally: uVy* ,noli I low tint curtains j i I
carefully as to toca'tion saddle' roof all room have higher 3-foot-high" parapet in the car FtuJTl for Home( No. 1021.were ..()
property construction (or plans), value kt'kx, ceilings than are found in most port (see pICture) protect:. the car drawn by architect Jan ltd*<
thehrwwi > 10 r hornet, an advantage appreciated from rain (and wave* blown by' tr, editor. of flucIJa Home mil-
and mtt.THh!' If for pn.tection / during hot lummer.. I the winds). I a/ine., (The magazine 1 b availahbat P a
but it protects you too. There art several! ways.> to .heal. V IV' Book Shop or by rnaillrtg. 1 A
Home No. 1034-8J. Int, there $1 to KXHl(() firiyHMCond Slrcti
You can wye money on your KILL.INEC1S PAINTSHARDWAREINDIAN la the conventional oil Ia'ft" fur North, ,St Petersburg 10. Fla.)
loan there because their initial costs AT 74343GALVANIZED :neat. automatic: or con .
:(stated clearly in advance) and their trolled. In this plan It to located I
interest, rates are reasonable, and In a closet marked "11." where, beIng I Bujlding Permit
because: 'they opal you to reduce ? J PIPit centered It should give equal

jour total Interest costa by making I.....aYV ....... heal to each room. The advantage Total 1 $$112/710
advance payments on principal, L '1M cut I. ....... of oil heal are low operation costs /
Without penalty when you are able. ;V I......... ....... and quick heat when heat I h need '
lido = (., alai: .dimes... ed. Among the drawback are the Four new rrKfence' were among
They will probably make an ad- e4M1 a.a'.e initial! cost of equipment ( and the structures for which seventeen
ditional loan later on the same RIVER SALES ducts If duct ire used), maintenance I building petmit*,;"'toahn( | 111%. SQV
: if wish, to improveor CYOOM ON. TMC r>.tVK + ONB MILE NO. and eventual repair bills, 710. were. foueil fit, Mj.rt/n/ Cou f.) .w Nsdn l .
'mortgage home or for other P JtNS".V BKAOI twine Irvin the fan (if a fan !II ty M week '
enlarge your --- -- -- --- -- used), and a nagging draft along The city building ISIIfJCILIV If.
purposes. the floor, especially with terrazzo sued seven prfnUlr totaling S2ft,.
the letter
floor .M5 the county Inspector, un for Please be careful not,to confuse

..-.. ... .........N.M .. .......aM.. leafhoppers, aphids, leafmlners( on your tomatoes, pOtatoes -. GEORGENELSON The second +war to heat this ,1a6nN' ). --.. V with the numeral ''P'" when dialing.
b Lard ..-y-. _r .a.-... '. watermelon Maggots, leafmlners, aphids on your home h by eketr city' Among tilt
.nw c---, ... ace ..5 advantages are: indrvWuallr( ton.trplkd -
45Il'.45 pepperslAphids, leafhoppers,leafmlners,mites, (h/gus bugson
.rW M ado /ides jLcnnotUt* tot each mom
{Copyrlgbte41964)WANT your green, lima or snap beans Not after yod apply In (i if wanted), quiet and even "heat' ,
low-rate dose of CYCON the insecticidethat Painting absence of draft soot dUlho ....
economical, % virtual elimination of fire and wir
provides both Immediate contact control, ind long-" interiorEzteriot etplosion, &lan there I ill
COMTOaTABLE residual activity by acting tyitemlcally (from inside i no boiler or farness to hay, the
A luting DM AT T-494 Initial cost b low. However, among
MORTGAGE the plant .,,,.... LIcneH a..... the negative consideration* lit 0M I

If ,;.( a.... t... r ............... ......... .. ..... .....;.. dan higher_, op of IntrtTuptinn r liotul cods of and current ChI. Tf ilR jDJ1trlK"iNG i

=:"M';t.-.. IMr N .dl t drw N t..aceM.tbN act Use TH I MET* it p'' !n Jn| time\ tf l'lteltlcaltfof t j -- -- -

.-...=-NM..Ib-t.- /.N potato from tM mtftt of/ (eifmrntr. apJiWi; btfrwpptn;

Yen Bead S2J7J : Lea beetl !larva and wlrtworms tomatoes from lutminers. I I ...1 i f..f ...O "f'

Plisses ... ... .. . .. .. .... ... ... . .. .
FEDERALSAVINGS See Dealer today !
FIRST year .. Motors Rewound r4r

"c'p1JIAsSOCtATtON Home Wiring & Outlets ; Iwo 8PECUU1T8CHAS6KS J

SYSTEMIC '....'III :f Hm
or WpreY/ Pump Repairs ; kk


2444 14AA( *.. DIal su.'un mum AUTOS?Q'T1 When you tike 'the time to dial with

VII! &.4Pr. EDHIGBEE RF1ABtS .ri phoning*! Waiter and it's so much

.. r-u.a M ISA *.... I
: Ii; RIOT, convenient.
HOURS 9 to 5 neyl
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day ....... a-4 AI DI1
iiw rtAonui IN OnlA&. jttYD.t3HMs1t11'Glpasa I
..1i1se c.-n Seed The +\k, !I DIAL AT 7-JJ11 / .
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g-C THE STUART (FU.) NEWS Thursday, 15, 1964 .

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MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT ?-l? 0 .,. "

L I ,

World War Auxiliary to Have

Covered-Dish Meal October 16The Sro 'r.DAIIY .

Auxiliary of World War I, away Oct 9 at their summer homein
No. (54( held us regular business Wanton, Mich. For many years, .
meeting at the old Community the Phelps spent the winter monthsin
Church on Friday, Oct. 2, with the Rio, and both were active in INCe i1 ""_
president, Mrs. Ruth Hall, in W. W. I, No. 854 Barrack and \
charge. .Auxiliary. I );t. ,
Twenty-two members were pres Auxiliary members joined the
ent. Their guest was Mr*. Henry Barracks' members at the com
Hill wife of the district commander \ munity center (0 t refreshments
of West Palm Beach Two following their respective meetings
new members were obligated Mn. .
Mmne Wendel of Coral Gardens, '
fend her sister, Mrs. Matilda Peter.taB BAKE SALE MONTHLY FALLIcecream
The covered-dish dinner originally Forty-two members and ,woIICSta .
planned to be held on the were present at the meets
causeway, will b t held insteadat ing of the Jensen Beach Women's
the community center, on Oct. Association Oct ,.
16 at 6 p.m. Bring a covered-dish Four new members were wel ,
knd table service. Beverage .will comed. They are Mrs. Edna Ivci,
be served. Mrs. Emma Ore, Mrs. Helen
A reminder to members that Porteous and Mn. Elizabeth Mul-
dues are payable between Oct. 1 terbach.It .
and Dec. 30. New members joining
now will receive an extra benefit was voted to bring to the attention -
of two additional months. of the Dairy Council of
No further meetings of the Aux.' Southern Florida, the outstanding
ihary will be held at the old Community acts of merit of two local boys;
Church. Future meetings, A bake sale will be held at the
starting. Nov. 6, will be held at the. Jensen Beach Bank Saturday, Oct. : WEEK
new Community Church on Skyline 24, with Mrs 'Hazel Heritage in
Drive. All members are urgedto charge. These sales will be held ... .. .
attend this meeting, as election :I' regularly on the fourth Saturdayof
of officers will be held. each month throughout the winter ONLY
A District 2 meeting is scheduled season I
to be held at Riviera Beach I A rummage tale is scheduled I ,
on Nov. 22. Plan to attend. for Saturday, Oct. 31 at the community
The Auxiliary memben express I center, with Mrs. Catherine Fri. Oct. 16 thru Sat. Oct. 24
deepest ytnpahty to Mrs. Lloyd : Cortes as chairman.At I N : v 1 i.. '
Phelps, whose husband pasted the next meeting on Oct f\ '
I 19, there will be speaker from 1 .Celebrate; with us our 34th Anniversary dosing our BIG Anniversary Ice Cream SALE.
the League of Women Voten.
COMMUNITY CHURCH I Mrs Trudy Chihasz was chair Thb,b our way of saying "Thank you for your patronage and we hope you will continue

NEWS man of hostesses for the meeting.She ,. ,to be a regular Alfar-BourwtU Ice Cream fancier During our Anniversary Sale you can
assisted Bernice
next Sunday.Oct. Id, I was 'lv.M
there will be two Sunday morning Webber Mrs., Mrs. Donaldsonand e a tn. ; ,we q lot of money on our fine, superior ke creams. Step up, one and all t choke
Ruby Duhring. C't
services, 9 30 and 11. I
worship : ,' of .your favorite flavors while they last!
The Men's Brotherhood will ice
TO .
BE WED OCT. 27 "
meet in the church: at 6:30 p m,' 1 .
.Chester )Boyd and Mrs. Laura { .
Friday, Oct 16 Mrl. Helen RichudsoaUi to
,the hostess in charge of Duryca of Jensen Beach will be } ROYAL Ice Cream
the dinner. She would like to have' married at the Trinity Methodist 60\\01\5
reservations' In advance.: I Church, Tuesday, Oct 27 at II .
The Church Aid Circle will hold am. The pastor, Rev. Neil Oon- \t
a bake sale at the Thrift Shop, on sales, will officiate. Mr. and Mn PINTS SAVE270 I It
Commercial Street, on Saturday, James Dark will attend the t\0 I
Oct 17, beginning at 9 a.m. Friends of the couple: and mernl :
ben of W W. I Barracks and AuxJ
Like q lot of flavors! Yon
TRINITY CHURCH NEWS Diary are Invited to attend the "
can save when) you buy four '
services at the church and the ,
The Women's Society of ChristIan .iW Royal Pint. Mix fn match
reception to be held at the com, J (
Oct Service!. kt the met church.Monday evening, musty center at 1230: pm. A r 'em Anyway you look 4
at K Alfar-BoutweU Royal
t Horace The program Donley,, directed was "Women by Mn.In Heart Group in ass Ret)0 0et ba "r .Ice Cream. la "Lip smakln'good"

the Church in New Nations" cb IW !\ 99cChoice
which included the Congo, the .
t Philippines and Malaya. A skit Major Grants to of Flavors
was presented in which members q'"" Reg. 29c Each
portrayed characters: in the story.A Aid in ResearchTwo .t '
solo was sung by Mn. Ernest
McOinncss and devotional were I
research to Invest!
led by Mrs. Ruth TomankThere RS5AV

cake, after and was which punch a short refreshments were business served meetIng by ol Palm today gators Medical Beach by at Center the the and Heart University were Martin Association announced of counties Miami of, 20c ids Selectio n of ay quick \1StY ,t r II:;. ,.. ,5, H E R B ET I SAVE 45c- I

1Y iot
Mrs. Grace Marrow and Mrs. Ann ," heal
Dr. Donald E. Warren, chairmss I" I"
ble uPo0a
Melton. of the association' research 'r a \ k "
val '
il I
committee, reports that grants have ice arc sure to Iii/I!! ) PINTS
been made to Dr. James R. Judea 11\Y ts.13c \ :%
Salon ... n d Dr Carlos R. Lombardo. 'I' 1t1Ch, cre spark trey fie t bcYnst .iJif\ 5
TheM awards bring to eleven the S 01' ,;,... "f/.i/A'.q-/ Light, rtfrevhlag and taiigy.If .
number of investigators receiving dessert t\nVors rri for S
f. you go true-fruit flavor 00
support through the local Hear to ,; ;;
0/ \" Association.: Our in vorl ..:::::4-Sfi..::::::''y: ,' )011'11 really lore our luscious $1
Dr. Judge has achieved world Y ::qs:: fruit flavored Sherbets. .
recognition for his work in d*
vclopini closed-Chen resuscitation, Reg. 29c Each
Beauty a technique for restarting a stopped .
heart without cutting open the ,

chest developed The life-Mving by the procedurewas physician ICE MILK Palm Beach Ice Cream
ItQFUSfONM and his associates at Johns Hop.
kin University in Baltimore, Md
liEAUTYCARII Dr Jude is now professor of
surgery and chief of the division I JOe ,
of thoracic and cardiovascular QUARTS.SAVE HALF GALLONS
surgery. University of Miami
asVIRClN1A St hoed 1 Medicine.
The him 0a'' to Dr. Lombardo will L *"'v4 lids superior Ice cream b mode
TONNE Owwr enable to continue work on Save money and calories with
new surgical technique: He ia a* { for he meat dbcrinilnutlag person
Operator Ice Milk. It hiss
FRANCES REDDISH sintanl university professor and assistant of surgery chief i at the a fewer our tasty caloric In each serving who, eiijoja the finer things of

the division of thoracic and cardiovascular 1'' a Choow from Vanilla, 9 We. Mm Beech: Ice Cream b. 9a

Now Featuring The local surgery Heart, Association had. ,I "" +'+Y, Chocolate, Coffee and Straw* n richer and creamier because mere
Pedicures put a total of U 1.900 into research Deny flavors. "'+ swtci t cream Is used Hurry while
projects this year, with an addl
Relaxing Facials Lionel $38.000 of local monies Reg. 39c Each they but.CHOICE.
going into research projects of the I SAVE 100 I \
state and national Heart Mends --fP OF FLAVORS Reg. S129
d OPEN MONDAY lion, according to Dr. Warren.
There were 1,576.000 public
304 OSCEOLA AT 74534 elementary and secondary schoolteacher

fn the United States las LFAR Sale ends, Saturday, October 24th!

i Where assured this of emblem the finest displayed insurance ,service you are BOUTWELLDAIRY: ., Available;from :.Your. ALFAR-BOUTWELL\ Milkman or at these

in the land fine' Ice Cream Dealers .


t t.w $STUART : JENSEN BEACH : ."' 4. (' t: H

Stuart Drugs JUPITER ., Jen-ea Sundries i i-\

+ Commercial Street
Jupiter Sundries '
Nutmeg Sundries': \ Center' Street and Old Dixie r PORT SALERNO

., .:,t. ? I : O'Connor's
W. B. Sundries
U.S.No.1 .'. AlA Highway : f

;:St. Qnge Market *\ Jupiter Marina ;"" I Country Store, v?

AGENCY AlA Highway A1A Highway ALA HighwayI
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,wawMicn.. ? Since 1921 &1'7.1411 I : Call AT 7-2464: For Regular Heine Delivery

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FTLims: AND Mrs J B. Buckey' has returned ''''I''' son M.mhavscl N V. "la-1 Ion, I D r.mr.h Ji Wol 1 P.ilni. THF STUART (FlorWa) NEWS
REBEKAHS TO MEET to spend the winter at her homein '.1- Season on, Barque" C. H. \\hilloU, Oak Beach. f'1NnotdIIy. October 19, IM4 1-D
TUESDAY Rio. During the summer the \. Perk Mich.
The Stuart lodge, IndIpenden visited missives i in California, Yachts Are "Leeda," ('. Lee Kvey" Wav- A BLPII JOINT! IN SUPPIR KMOYkD; presaive installation !service for the
officers of the Woman's Missionary
Be- -
Irder of Odd Kama City and Akron Ohio. P "Sea Snw II." Frank
Fellows, No. 84, erly *; I
Union. Mrs. Harold Whalen
fore returning home the also en- lite Woman's Missionary Union
ill hold a 'joint meeting" with joyed a trip to the World's Fair. From Afar ... Last Island, N Y. the Brotherhood/ I the ("rl.'I closed the service with a solo.'
oyal Palm Rebekah Lodge TIMay *- Mondtans at the marina included
r Auxiliary ol I the hirst Baptist RfcPtM.KAN: :' F.XU'Ull\'E
the -Sun and Moon Don R. I
Oct. :20.
to make P next )'earwork In the lodges. Hank Van Tuincn left Sunday for ,ist, weed at Uwgford Marina I James B. Trainer Palm Beach; covered d.hUpper i>n Oct. b. The Republican Executive ('''111-
A covered than supper will be Michigan where he is stationed in I viiich: clearly WteeleJ that the "Flight.," A Stradky.; Port Lauderdale There were seventy in attendance. nutlee will meet at the Republican
irved at 6:30: p.m. Past Grand the Air Force. They have been ,,'.11<1k Martini" After the supper Rev. Forrest I headquarters. East Ocean
faster H. D. Dawson; of West visiting here with hit brother. Kenneth For the first time since the ""h_ Fop II." IXwald Orr. W.tkll1' guve an inspirational talk Boulevard on Thursday. Oct. 1 IV
aim Beach will be the guest Van Tuinen, and family of Ming raignttttn. thirteen out-of- Pwnpano Beach; "(ila* II at." and Rev J. W. Marvin sung Mm I tit 1. pt) p m All member are asked -
peaker.. St. Lucie Shor s. I i.itc yachts and owners dockedthe Nelson J elf I'C8II. N. Key largo; FI'f're'tlIlkl"" presented an im- to attend
a, I Io marina. a. compared. to "Kapdika" Colonel' 1 Page II. -------
\ from FlorkJu. Brow nfield. Bratlenton.OutofMalc .
o t A different ratio was indicated guests at the l-ang- WHITICARno
GOLFNew K LangforJ ViHas, with seven out ford Villas included II. R. )McPhcrson -
.f i ten groups of guests coining Manhattan DiMtch, ('aid.;
"situ Florida. Rudy Salcetlo Hawthorne, Calif.: WORKS
Martin County Golf & Country Club Out-of-kUie' yachts and owner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkhw. Mas- West Lake. Off Indian Avenue Port Svwuli
a> ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right: just before nothing cording to the records of Per- sapequa, N. Y MARINE RAILWAY HMIINV 1KII"
Beach Kirk manager, included the Guests from Florida included
New to
lie Toe" Ben R..u. Great Neck.., Professor and Mrs.. D. \VHcov
COMPLETE Greens Fee N YVantlll.; ." John Leopold' Gainesville: AI ConeVei>t Palm AMERICA'S NO. 1 M.ktSat:1I'I:
-iiaton. 1 Waiul. N. y Beach: ; I IX nni\ Roberts, West Palm Rural Route No. I, S'uarll1urldll Dial s Hin'i 7"*"
18-HOLE COURSE $3.50 Patti" Mr. and! Mrs. 1 R. H.MacKinncy. Reach; Mr. and! Mrs. A. Wagner. BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STillACiEAgent :
I.LECTRIC:: CARTS $6.00 for 18 Hole*-$",OO for 9 Hole Highland" Park N. Daytona\ Beach; W A. Ridlocld.Rt for AI Pflurger, Inc., !
1 Mr. Chip. IV C Lk>vd John- --- ladder".1

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10 PLAYBOOKS .... 30.00-71 f
20 PLAY BOOKS ... SS.OO'J .. S
30 PLAY BOOKS 75.00 SENAltR" WILUAM F. KNOW LAM of California, who retired I r '

DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF SHOP in 1959 and n presently publinher of the Oakland Tubune will
MIXED DRLNKS AND LUNCHEONSMITT : be among speakers"' at 10 p.m. Sunday at a Republican rally
at the Fort Pierce Amphitheatre. Also! appearing on the program
MOORE, Pro. ROBERT M. \\ULIAMS, Mgr.! will be Claude R, Kirk candidate for U S. Senate and! Charles

Dial 287-2274 R, Holley. candidate. for governor. ,
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to 90 H P AT CLOSEOUT PRICES AchievementAward
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I Authorized. k "';t"'eCHRISCRAFT
Judy Wcislo, seventeen a senior
Eil .U"7u ; I in Martin County High School; : ;(

: 'SEA SKIFF ;;: cce.who has I is the been new honored Mint Stuart with Jay an y rJ; t: j sat.v: eiv : 1
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YOU WANT 25,000 MILES WEAR? Dairy achievement Council award oil South from MiritU.the

I The council has a continuing program Martin Ctmnly k growing vas feat. H'. hard tot lisp .p with II. Every lime )1'u turn aniunil' wplunllng ,,, idy'u
b> honor outstanding young a) stew grove, hi)I.. out a Mib-dKkkin wt pouring fuundalttin fur a a.w shopping' r .4rr. Bunt
people" in Martin County. Ing att the aceiiM and spreading. out all aver Now with wafer. In llukhlnMHt' Island and. .btiNHIful U. !S,
GILLETTE Judy daughter of Mrs. Mari I completed Ihlngn will m> doubt muft .*.. realer Martin (..."'" '. growth b mil going. unaulkcd by
EXECUTIVE I Wei lo. lag flamingo Street, not vulxUe. Investor who have aee. the Mime thing. .happen ......hn.. \h would lib lu ste Mir local friraduMM "
she also baa
only has beauty but | Bflghboo benefit from our growth rail we we prepared to .present M"ml very desirable Invtulnwnlpruoertlri .
brain maintaining an aver .
) fur cumJdmlkM.
FIRST LINE I ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT QUALITY TIRE age. She works part time in the your

The Dairy Council h interested '.
I young people through twelfth grade
30 MONTKS-25,000 MILES 600x13 . . 13.74 !I are eligible Nomination can b.
sent to Mrs Marsha dale, 1910
650x13 . . ..14.41
Hill /UMMtRICall/ NO LIMIT IDMANTtt South Thirty-Mill Street, For I HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Min f l l .M mm4 MlMHfaMwrt M* t4 700x13 15.31 Pierce. OCEANFRONT
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*<*M SM MIIM .n |OW MM M 14" HTMNO a a. : -
cd.ojue.ua/ A birthday partybarbecue was
750x14 . . 15.52 1 given Sunday! in honor of Jerry
OTMI Mjoa TIII co.>* Hair UNI Smith at hia home Riverside FABULOUS RIVERFRONT
Till CAam* A MIIIAOI OUBIA0aAaAN111 800x14 . 1 .16.41 Drive. Sixty gursu attended.
TUBE-TYPE 85x14. ---- ----- -

000/950x14..20.52/ You can say LOW PRICED WATERFRONT LOTS,

670x15 . II .11.96 640x15 . . .13.51

710x15 1 .i. .12.13 610x15.1..1..13.90 THANK YOUbeatlitlfy '
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760x15 13.89 710x15 .15.16
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800/820x15/ . .14.91 760x15 II. 16.45 with flowers :J

600x16..12.16 800/820x15/ . 17.46 SELECT SURVEYED GROVELAND


COMPLETE BRAKE JOB WHEEL ALIGNMENT Sometimes we're too close to the forest .'f

JM ertRtui Ntm oirrr lUll immar
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alL wom ruaT BUAUurrtio 1OK-I.N A IOK4ILTNO arrangementsfrom $2.95 ; 1it. V .QH N$.Q)

IKU fU\1J1Y: '''": ,
Jut the lid tires iff car rttari'leu if cnditinrrl ; "" tf dt" "
pir GALL 28723MKRUEGER'S( ) : ay
: All prices puss tai 13011 3X6. NO MOUNTING CHABCEFAW ,: ," .IN;" S U R A N, C ,E 'HcJhREAL I ,


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2.* 1WE 8iTVAT (f7a.1' > NEWS TniiwAry! Oclolw 15, 1964 .. ("" Jr'. ;'" \ .. --zi'w
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Junior Woman Club Reports SOCIETY NEWS

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Plans for Very Active Season ,,1I Ib.- r

I Welcome New Members'IsTheme
I The flrtl meeting of the new amwered Signature are. not required I.
Martin (witty Jttntnr High" Par- the H
on question
I enl Faculty Orajmtaatian. will be All Junior High" A of First Club Meet
held next Tuesday evening! Oct. parent are :..
20 at 70:\ m the Junior High, cafe- lIIIked to attend
teria. "Weloome New Members' il I The musical portion of the program -
NlW; OinCFKS OFORlER II the title of the first program meeting will he under the direction
Principal Joseph will introduce
the teacher McCoy and Ol DFMOLAY (t, of the Woman Club of Stuart of Mrs. Ted Chambers and will
present t .
feature singing.Refreshments
I he student huiWHxx, also a "miniature New officer of Acacia Chapter r. ; to be held on Wednesday Oct. group
21. at 2:30: p.m. at the clubhouse I will be served by
!mhctMe": of school clumea Order cf DcMolay, are: Jan .
I Mrs. C. Earl Evans!, trustee of a committee headed by Mr D S,
will be (followed gaeorts will be I Icyda, master counselor, Kcnnet'tMoore I
( the building fund of the Woman's Hudson She will be assisted bv
member' of the atudwit I council senior eourwelor.: John
/rite program will be tinder the Gray, Junior counselor; Terry Rogers 1 + rY" Club, it director for this program Mrs Ralph Hartman Sr., Mrs
direction of Mr*. 'R. V'. Johnion. senior deacon: Larry Aucr Y ; ... which will be in honor of the Harold Woolley Mrs. Sal. Masul-
Mrs Carl SunorFW
lo, and
Refreshments will be nerved at bach, junior deacon, Courtney' J eighteen new members who joinedthe
This introductory meeting. Future Swlgnrt, senior steward; Paul Kan. i1 1 d club during the past year "Let'i
11IL'Ctinp'will be held in the library arck Junior Mewurd: Tom Boose Get Acquainted" will be the theme
nd will be announced later marshal, Orvil Wright standard for the day.Officers SUPPER:
There will be a suggestion and hearer; Ricky Rhode, sentinel: I of the organization will The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW
question box" at thin and all future Kelly ChiMft", alimoner; Bobby be introduced and Mrs. George Post! 4194 invites all VFW members
meeting Thce III i> ugcstion Penton orator, and Phil Feather n'I W. Conrad, a pail president, will and their wives to a covered
will be read by the principal, and stone, chaplain I discus' the role of the federationIn dish supper at 6 pm. Thursday" .
.- satatctlaattmatatesa.attorr.Our club affairs. Oct 15 at the home; on AIA,

menu is a passport to gracious dining k"w .
.1 ( 3Days Only nt 3Days


ROLLS and BUTTER COFFEE or TEA ......- ,.-.....-,
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DINER fl\l',
& MOTEL : .. ,
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U. S. No,1- North of Koowvell Bridge .: ',,- I'" .:. "',; ) ..It" ... ..::11.\ .e. .r '_ lilt.;' .....',._ .. .

Established over U Years .FIRE PREVENTION! WEEK: : l III observed by St Joseph's Kinder. sell Tammy Robinson Ellen Gibson, Gene Newsome Steve
"A SQUARE DEAL Wim'FVFRY MFAL"PERSONAL garten by visiting Jensen Beach Flrehounc, where the entire party Schmidt Tommy Lukat Susanne Rosmann! Robin Cambron, / S :
poses with Chief R. B. Kinney In the party are Sisters Maria Danny Carlisle." Pierce Hopkins Michael Totten, Michael Greene
Roiarii and! Vincent Jrerren Mrs. Louis TranowsU(, Mrs. Duane Katherine Ann Torow, Lisa Granfield, Linda Dalamater, Cindy :
I -'-- -- L Stem, Mr. Lamar New-some and Mrs. C. D. Dclumater Tranowsltl. Barbara Bocchino Jeffrey Pauly Kathy Lambie, I .. I

I with Kindergartener! Julia Stem, Dennis Rinaldi Kelly Hart. Laurie HaU and! Louise Chugune.

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Historical Society Annual A NEW iniAMISON I \ '
The Martin County Amateur : \
wneu Mr, !and Mrs. Secondo! Taffon Radio Club will meet Thursday, B t't.::'
Dinner Meet Election Oct. 24The of Hildabrad Park, accompanied Oct. IS at 7:30: p.m. in the care-.. w t
by their daughter, Dianne droveto laker's cottage at St. Joseph Academy
Miami on Saturday to welcome "'4' :
annual dinner meeting of and Mr, and Mr. Robert F. their new grandson! Lawrence Taf .
the Martin County Historical!! Society Brown The Browns recently do- font, born Oct. 6 at North Miami Captain and Mrs. John C. S. BIGiXrPORTRAIT/
e u rw will be held Saturday, Oct. nated a copy of the film, City 'by General Hospital, to their son and McKillip have returned to their .
24, at the Manatee Yacht Club the St. Lucw," t Id the Historical daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs home in Cocoanut: Park after
Restaurant In Port Salerno. Society John Taffoni Lawrence weighed spending the summer in Europeand
I \ The "hospitality hour will be from tin and one-half pounds. John I the British hies. onl 00
6 to 7 and dinner will be served at Greg Rowel), ton of Mr. and Taffoni, a former resident of Stuart $1 reg.IS.DO
COVER-ALL POLICYIf 7 pm. Mrs. Garland C Rowell left Sun' is a member of the facultyat Captain and Mrs. Jack H Whit-
you own your home, and ere a preferred-risk Officers and trustee for 196S day for Fort Jackson wherehe North Miami High I School icar of Port Sewall were to leave
driver, you can get complete protection on your will be nominated and elected I will! undergo training in the where he teaches science and biology. Manhasset, N. Y. on Oct. 1 12, and 11te NaaenrytWnedsgtaarie"
the Si National Guard for five months should be back home about Oct.
A film
home fire extended coverage, household contents new City by Photographer Will Be At
Lucie," E. W. Dutton 19. .'
and (' produced by -
Inssuur sUblInryONE your existing automobile will be shown. The producerwill Mr, and Mr. G C. Crews of Mrs. Richard jordon of Ml
Personal Cover-All be among the honored guests Palm City Road! had at weekend Highland, N. J. Is visiting: Mr Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Clementsof W. W. MAC CO.
Policy, at e saving! for his excellent work In prodiic- guests their son Clyde, and family and Mrs Norm i Cossaboom at Pine Street had -as their weekend
See your "American" Agent todtyl log this and other film that have :.of St Petersburg ___ their home on Britt Road. guests their daughters and !MOV. TUES.. WED., OCT. 26 27 28
+ been shown to thounandf of viewer families, Mr. and Mrs. DickKoomb .10 a-pi. to I p.m. 2 pan to 5 p.m.
BILL BERRY AGENCY at the Llliott Museum -- and children !
I Other honored guests will include Jli Beach and"Mr! and Mrs Morris : liMIT- On_ Per SubjectTwo Per Family
t 620 Colorado Are DIAL %l709ti'I. Mr and! Mrs Harmon Elliottdonorsof I /<,'I Lybrand and children of Fort i 5 Each Additional Subject $3.95
I the Elliott Museum, Pierce, I
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I, Do we reallyneed

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A Jl
Scud Jack "

back to work for

all the people care

of/ Martin; County, ' is now available

i He's been called Sale S 4 for"over 65's"

of our "\vho cannot afford to pay

hardest working s iLTEN If you are over 65, facing
medical expense and'cant
THOUSAND "book Civil Defense informa "
coven carrying ,
Commissioners.Make tion on alert and warning signals, and urging children to go to pay for it .it's ''I
the nearest public shelter, were received by Civil Defense headquarters yours for the asking', al. ;.
here recently They are being distributed in the county '" ready provided for by ....f:
tthools. Here A. Carter a helper: at the office holds one of law. The Kenr-MOb Act ."-.
the covers. 5 5 offers a Health Opportu. i

sure our .5 pity Program for the EI.I .
deny with the federal "
Stuart Inc.
Chrysler-Plymouth, and state governments'

continuesto .5 ihtrlng the cost.
county 5
presents S :t.
,: In most states this .4 .

care is far far rreater .
than that offered by .

grow .. Medicare proposals. ".

and no _additional_'. tax t b t< IIIfmIWfI

If elderly i.
you .
Vote For and Elect And without funds for f

THE NEW 1965 VALIANT 100 needed medical care ask

JOHN F. ( JACK ) 2 DOOR SEDAN for ONLY your doctor about the
Health Opportunity; Pro- ;

gram for the Elderly, or
caD )'otllloca1 medical
tocietj.HCAUM .


County Commissioner; District 3
Stuart Chrysler-Plymouth IBC.
(P.te hatawl Mv..t..rt' ,

-- -- Seal F.. !Il. 1a1l+Fap DM 2S7-4IM St. l>iac. Okte obcc, Martin County Medical Society


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Mrs D P OIknflJIIJJ, \ "' "'", CIIARIFSRMTS HAS Und tint have baadetl ,together to THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
r first meet,ns: of (the ,
1patuokce h I.hotc" 1\1 that n''IllC Rcprc- A COLD COUNTRY
'hapter OAR w 1111 l '. / aggrixicMV.Approximalviy .
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.rm! HI'C"tin" O\\l'n
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IIJ ThursdJ\ night al the home in the John. ( .'n1l1111,',' speak ''.:J' '" ( r' Charles II Zarmlt brakeman )..500 American DAUGHTER IS BORN
IIwwBIBB.-- --- third class, USN. son of Mr. and' rvicntn: are ltitl tooed in Iceland TO TilE LATHAMS
= Airs fharlcx L Zarmis of Swart, i known as the "Land of Frost Mr. and Mrs David Latham,

Ketlavik i nerving, .11 the Naval Station, and Fire" because: of iu great gla.ICM New London Conn,, announce
r'a Iceland. I I and! active volctnwa. the birth of a daughter Paige Lc-
Zarmls l'rerate'oil.! ." and I .
r The Command Barrier. Forces tide weight five pounds fourteen
groom machinery: takes
tory ol iuils and water 1 Inwft.1 I Atlantic, ha hIS heat )uart." at ounce. born Oct. 10. Mr Lath
the Naval Station am. a native of Stuart, is \the son
non i is a Mtal part of NATO an I Airborne earlywarning
alliance ot fifteen, : free nation I in'udmg I I patrols are launched continually (of Mr, and Mrs. Richard C. Lath
;'! the United Stales and loc- from the Naval; Station, ant.

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:/ 'S contains fourteen years
CB.t .a..:uBI ....1.* BI Id) IiI 1/
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t. 11..e wb. fccar but d. ..! un4r I of credit information
f ...t....nrf.... rardw .A tru. III. *.. Don. .Mrlii. .,.
Kliwl lt* nolle l the m ll l
( Mol......D.bll.rt. Mnrtni Aid ...r .>..... I compiled by our expert I
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In th. privacy of Tour ow* \-*. "IT"5 III I" people. This data is
YOURS FREE TO KEEP." THIS SltRN.MIILU.ER: : now serves as a residence for Hal \Wher nd his wife at Port SiilernoIt I I
\ Phone or Write was built by Weber in New Jersey- In 1956 and served! as an excursion boat on the Tom River I available/ / to our members.
and Barnegut Bay unfit It was sailed/ to Florida a year liUcr It ran at an excursion "bout on tho
Western Auto Assciate Store St. Lucie and Indian Riven for a short time. Nearly three month* Nero required for the voyage

Aulhorlnd D..!.>. MOTOROLA/DALHBERG HEARING AID from New Jersey to Florida lt. top speed being six miles rf hen, THE FIRST and OLDESTSame

1 Ohceola Stuart Florida Phone 2874)775MM ) ---- --

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Owner Management since 1958,
rush me fREE kiformallon on the "MIRACLE-EAR" gme Shoplifting on Decline


Idressry Stale 1tt I And Strongly Prosecuted / Service Available 1 / Phone 287-3322 I

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._:: I By C1IARLLY SItIU'I I, plus prosecuting! to the limit of the
law, has been a big factor in reducing -' CREDIT BUREAU
Shoplifting in Stuart Mores ii is ,
definitely on the decline aicord shoplifting in Stuart.

ing to reports by local more man. I OF STt7AR'I'r1NU MARTIN COUNTY
alters and Chief of Police..: JCSHTaylor I Waters oft the Sea of Galilee ,
\ where Jesus directed hill disciplesto 32 KASI Kl\N ROUMAKI; SIUAKT PIIONE 2H7-3J22 I

In June 1963, Ihe Stuart New cast their net, are worked by
MATTRESS carried a scries of article on the {' modern Israeli fishing fleet..

subject which Chief Taylor say, i, *
did much toward reducing shoplifting -
in this area. I',

stories Prior to the few publishing! of these I I Another First at the Bank of Stuart. .
very cases of shoplifting
were reported to tho police
I Since then a number of cases have .--
I been reported and prosecuted, I

It was a suggestion by Dob ('al. IT'S NO SECRET
houn. manager of the fcagle: Army
and Navy Store that more publicity .
be given to police ce' mvolving .
SELLOUT .shoplifting which resulted" in (
Bunny Abbott doing the ,series AT OUR BANK
I in June, 1163.I \ .
I "1 how two articles: definitely
had much to do with reducing
r I shoplifting here," Calh.Jt1llulll a
News reporter last\ week.

(Home owners, motel, hotel opcra- % I merchants The practice still plagues! focal: l/Ii 7S
some extent, especially RR '
(tore now h the lime to replace I those who offer !self-rvce! to ;

(worn out bedding Come In at the customer: but it is no !longer I
r the problem it was two yearn ago, ,
once and take jour pick of our I
Dick Mcurcux, manager of the
present stock at prices that we've A&P Store, says there in very lit. \
never been able to offer before. to fr lie stealing ot merchandise: since r ,4f4r r
the store has moved to in new
location. Today the loss' I is mainly "
leery: One Brand New ., of drugs, beauty aids and' candy.
These lose, are discovered by tht
Some Discontinued Patterns fie empty cartons: and boxes left by
r the thieves.
All Famous Name Brand rAt
His have all be
mplo>cs e n a
Unified li Present SlCH.klJecause trained to observe custonicrt: carefully I
and they have learned to
spot the type of person wb> is like.
ly to try to steal from. \ore 1ItIX.',
of/ the extreme low prices shelves. :.'

Llleureux tells an amuring, yet
ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL pathetic story of an elderly man
caught In the old location: on Last
-- Ocean Boulevard, the man claimed ,.II
he was stealing for an aged 1 sister !
First Come First Served
who was quite 'ill. When confronted
with the possibility. of,
prosecution: the/ old fellow' said he'd .
$ make restitution.. This "h-< did to ,
'I the extent of $S a month out of his
meager pension until the bill was the Bank/ of Stuart, you may have. .
I peAt
Henry Kindred
i reported that they have been strict
"Back-Saver' ,
in prosecuting anyone caught. lthophfting 30,000
"We have caught them
Regular S11SM Set in economic circiumtaixrs: rang
ing from cellars recipients tomillionaires
I ," he said. Hit 1 em- O
''MATTRESS I plo)" have alto been trained In AT4
AND I spotting likely shoplifters, and the SAVINGS
$ start. has Ms own system" of sure
veillunce, as have other stores in .
8BOX SPRING I the Stuart area.
G 9 Eugene Morrlssctte of -
Kwik. Click said that his Nora is It 'a a]matter. simple $10,000. .
I Famous "National' Beauty" still plagued by ahoplifvrs, but arithmetic 10,000. 1
that his :
employes are rapidly becoming
1 Regular/ $139.00 Set r expert at spotting ha type + 10,000.The Federal Dcpowt Insurance Corporation
of person to watch. Th.* biggest will insure your Javin,. .. .your wife'a navinz*
haul attempted, at his More was $30,000. and your joint raving account up to $30,000.00
$10 worth of steak '
which: a woman
I was attempting to conceal in i a
AND $ I large handbag.Most/ folks art Withdraw money whenever you wish. .
honest la fact I'd say that 99
4BOX '' said.per cent of them art," Morrissett '. **,* Deposit money whenever you wish.

SPRING $19' 'I' Nel..,'* manager( ', Frank An- You earn interest on savings daily
derson who cam to Stuart froma
from the Day of Deposit.
,I Famous Greenbrier store in St.<< LOUM, said] that he
has had comparatively huh trouble
: Regular flSSM Set i .ub shoplifting la Stu<< .rtW.
don't get professionals here, like
I there were m SC Louis." 'b- sell ANOTHtK MAV/CX KtNDUlD ONLY AT Tilt SA.\" Of MTVAMTClfSTOMKlW
II It .is a practice of NetyNrr** always ( () : IIOUILSMM repawn
{ to prosecute. a shoplifter. Mow d-Y.W N eta ) .in, \
MANY ODDS AND ENDS OF An criun'. amplovrs art trained 'MR H.'.sItiNG JlOI:1VI: DKIVK-IN *IMWMonday : w

.to spot them and IMt feels that' |hw .Thru Thursdays JMW' ) am to 4/W pm 7.JO am to &:00 pas ,
,.cem has been a t tit deterrent
g to
BEDDING ITEMS CLOSED-OUT stealing.. Friday RtJ( am to 7JO: pm 710 am to 7JO: pm \"

i; At the W, W, Mae' Sloe la Saturday I' tOO am to Noun 7JO am U& NooolEETv.C ?
downtowB Stuart. Mrs L Wadbnftoft. -
manager, said thednp"" '
Come in and save plenty a minor sets in fwt "<< I. ,
"Weep an eye on folks we, know /
.ho bane been caught stealing 4wrr...v\sewl --....-.-..'-,... BANK OF
and .t know the type to kx* out '
fOf''," slM said. S rUARr.I' :

In general alartnet on if* part ........ ,
ROWELLFURNITURE of star managen and dIwtt b lp, 'DIOM ,

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1 'iiWt ,r : rsrasaeaslawxsusietts ..4 IL rmisnls-swsRMaa/ __ ..L '1.1.... I Adams Proposes I College. Adams said inch a pro

FOR RENT 35 HELP WANTED 43 BOATS ft SERVICES 63 Real Estate FoT Sato 90 -. Tuition Grants I' to support private education in tht
DIAL l state while at the same time saving
IN Stuart across from school. CURB GIRL WANTED: FOR Sale: 14 ft. boat with W.h FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront INCOME PROPERTY FOR Secretary of State Tom Adams I tax money by reducing ttu,
ATlantic 7-1550 One bedroom, bath, kitchen, in person-A & W Root beer p. outboard Come !see make !l)tHigh and dry.. SALE: :2 bedroom furnished has proposed a program of state demand for more new classroom
living and dinette. Newly painted Drive In, U. S. No. I I. South offer. 453 Riverside Drive Phoj' Sacrifice.; : at $29 a toot. home with an efficiency a Ift-! tuition grant for deserving students in the state university system,
To' Place Your FAST SELLING and tile floors. Furni he. 287 I SfuarL 10-22( ((43)) 287-5619 tf ((63)) 2595. ATE) ment separated" from mam MtttKe attending accredited private I Such a public scholarship, a'
5055. tf ((35)) by breeaeway Located downtown colleges and universities in Florida envisioned by Adams, would 'tx
LOW COST WANT AD I ROAD FOREMAN Experienced. HERS ft SERVICES 68 FOUR bedroom waterfront hOme. Stuart. Price only $$1J,5W C. E. 1 an amount equal to regular tat
rwO bedroom furnished apart:: I Must M able to operate road will trade for vacant land. Write Stocum, Realtor, 505 Colorado I Addressing the Presidents'/ Council lion at a Mate university a n e
WANE mere for rent in North River I equipment, Good references. Steady "In Box 2J, Stuart. Fla. tf ((90)) Avenue. 10-15 ((90))' of Independent Colleges and would not exceed the amount nor
ADS Shores. $125 monthly year around. i work. Apply in person, Luckhardt CROSSLAND Mobile Home, 10 Universities at Florida Southern mally spent by the state for instructional
RATE'. : Five cents per average Call 2873547. tf ((35)) Construction. 10-29( ((43)) by 45 feet, 20-foot cabana, 12- INCOME property for sale. Completely 200' fRONT ON ROUTE 1 I services! I n: a nubluinstitution. ,
foot Awning windows turnWied duplex. Both NORTH OFSTUART. Improve- .. Thus according: h
Word, minimum charge per insertion SMALL modern $U GENERAL Insurance Secretary. automatic sides rented. Plus 125'x50' adjoining 1 / 2 96
apartment heat extra large ments are CBS bid,. containing REAL ESTATE WANTED Adams, the student attending i,
$1.00 words(for. up Words to twentl' week Close in. Inquire at The Must have fire and casualty policy bedroom, all wood paneling interior lot. Zoned commercial. $8,000 I furnished eff. apartments, 2 bed l private scfriSol) l under this program'
average ) Seven 'C'c" Grocery Store, North writing and reading' experience on choice corner lot at the for quick sale Write P. O. Box room home and extra bklg suitable would rot: receive benefits in excess ,
Word CAPITAL( count LETTERS as two words, except each.first U.S. 1 at 20th Street. tf ((35)) Excellent opportunity. Reply Anchorage. Phone for appoint 1861, Stuart. 10-15(90)) for small business! rental unitor WILLING three bedroom to take over house paymentson in Stn- of students in' a state univer
in writing stating qualifications. ( ment 287-0755 days, 287-6576 after office. Onyl $20,00000)( ) with sity,
White space above or below or FOR Rant: building across' Tucker Insurance Agency, 5 p.m. 10-15 ((68)) NEW 2 Bedroom Home, Ever good terms." Roland G. Lueder, are area. Write detail to: Box L, ____
Within ad will be charged as the from Seymour's Inn. Call 287- P. O. Box 775. Kobe Sound. All green Park Subdivision, Hobe Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart C/o Stuart Newt. 19-15 ((96)) The State of Utah contain'
tusnber' of word (five) that couldbe 0151.( if ((35)) replies confidential. tf ((43)) 33-I'OOT house trailer. One Bed Sound. High elevation Large living IoISbe ((90)) twenty-one national forests, two
printed in the blank line, or room. $375. Call 2875316. room and kitchen. Phone 546- WOULD like to buy from owner national parks and nine national
25 cents.,per line.. ONE and two bedroom apartment!, WANTED: Reliable capable wom I 10-22 ((68)) '333. tf ((90)) OUR <;t buy two bedroom, one 2 or 3 bedroom, home in Stuart monument*.
"Display aallSified" rates t on furnished unfurnished. New an for housework one'' day a U III I bath, Bahama Terrace. Cornerlot area. Call 287-5796 after 6
application. and modern. On the river two week in Palm City 287-0667.) COLORED HOMESITES Full I I heat city water, cement 'pm. 10-15 ((96) -
blocks North of Courthouse. E. 10-15 ((43)) Service Offered, Mbc. 71. /4 acre Next to New Salerno gas Service Offered Misc. 171
tile roof, patio. Reduced to $13.-
These cash rates! for ads l _
are High School. Low down l
Seminole pay "
brought or mailed. tor The Stuart St, 287-1197. tf ((35)) .I\\ l I A JUII II J nlent Low 20(). Reasonable down payment. 1! 1If!< .L. M "" ""_" ,.
News with payment If you* are a TWO' bedroom. house. St. Lucie Employment Wanted 48 ,JONES SEPTIC TANK SERVo build and monthly finance payments.Will home if Must t be sold. M. P. Nelson! Real- HELP WANTED 143 '
ICE. tanks clean. 325 E. Ocean Blvd, 2873566. ..
u Septic vacuum tor,
Stuart News mail subscriber or are Locks. tf desired. JORDAN REAL ESTATE '
Call 287-3649- ((35))
.listed in the Stuart telephona directory FIFTEEN; : yean small office bookkeeping ed and resealed Also drain fields 211 Colorado Avenue. 287- 11))-ts ((90)) LAW'SMOVING

you can place your ad by tele- THREE room furnished all electric experience (Builder I 1 ) repaired and relaid. FAST SERV. 4837. 10-22 ((90)) NORTH' RIV R SHORES WATERFRONT .
ICE. Dial 287-2820 or 2870266.tf WantedAt
phone. Dial ATIantic 7-1550 andy apartment. DuplcAdultl Have letter of recommendation.Part .
"I want to place a want-ad." only. No dogs. References required. time or full time. Permanent ((71)) FOR Sale by Owner. Commerciallot LOT ON MAIN & STORAGE
I b, Call 287-5363. tf ((35)) resident. AT 7-0570. 10.29 ((48)) 5J() 140 center of Stuart. Cashor RIVER. 125' on the river and Once
FURNITURE refmishmg' and re over 400' in depth. This beautifullot :
I 5 year terms. 6 room unfurnished 500 S. FLAGLER, STUART'
FOR Rent: One bedroom home on J storing. Will call for and de frame house faces south with miles of riv- II
fair i condition. Local and dktance
q ive mail i address as St. Lucie Clean comfort. liver. Reasonable Call( 2871685. with long mnvi
your River. I Business Opportunities 50 Please do not phone. Write E B.: i erview. Priced at $15.00000 Piano Player. Also '
leg Packing, crating and shlpJpln
well as telephone Dumber view of
your able and quiet. Beautiful tf ((71)) 5137 terms. Roland G Lueder Realtor,
Coventry Pinegrove Drive,
! in your want-ad. The SWart the river. dial 287-1769 I Stuart. Cook and kitchen .
Days evening West Palm Beach Florida 33406.tf 729 Colorado Ave.,
\ News has hundreds of dial 2875081. tf ((35)) I GARBAGE collection service for RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service 10-15 ((90)) WAREIIOUSE STORAGE
out-of-statd subscribers who sale with new garbage truck. For Cleaning and repairing Also ((90)) helper. Apply in I

are your best possible prospects TWO bedroom furnished apart. information write P. O. Box 1707, drain fields repaired and re-laid. TWO bedroom, two bath water. CONTRACTOR has new two bedroom Seymour'sin. Ph. 2870878tf
for real estate sales and inert in Palm City. $75. 287- Stuart, Fla. Phone 2872820. Dial AT 7-0651-AT 7-9862. (71)( ) I front home in Stuart City Lim tile bath. Paneled living parson MH;

rental", boats, help wanted, 1685. tf ((35)) 10-15 ((50)) its.. Completely furnished. Seawall, and dining Landscaped. Haw. tf ((143))

gardening, trailers, and serve WATERFRONT- : New studio efficiencies. I r I I I l JI WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE dock, city water, citrus. Owner thorne Avenue, Golden Gate near
ices. 1 BALANCING with Bear Equipment AIA 9800. 287-4678. 10-29(90)( ) __n. I nu 4W
Furnished, Cathedral LOST 4 FOUND 53 will sacrifice at $19,000. Box
trained mechanics will Miscellaneous
by For Sale
Colored tile bath, tub pay 1365, Stuart or 2871685. tf 178
ceiling for itself have ((90))
in tire wear. We the NICELY FURNISHED NORTH
and shower Kitchens by Frigid. I t>,l I _;..
REGULAR CLASSrnCATIONSi LOST: Ladies' Bulova Wrist Watch equipment and men. Your friendly THREE bedroom home. Jensen FORK ST. LUCIE SUB waterfront "' I
airs Bahama beds.
Largo tree- lost at the Palm BeachStuartgame Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS Beach-Skyline Drive area. 90' home. CBS 2 bedrooms, FREEYour
(Numbers over 100 refer to display shaded fishing porches.Adults Plus Week I 110", lighted month last Friday night. Reward. or Dial AT 73355. tf ((71)) by 150 I lot. Will trade $4,600 equi- I IV'j baths. Central heat. Natural I WE'VE'GOT THE

classified ads, which appear pier. Peggy Boiling Call 287-4500. ty for land, lot, etc. No cash wood burning/ fireplace, attached -
after th. end of the smaller ads, Innumerical or season. Sea Gate Villas at( IVI5( ((53)) HAVE small Bulldozer Tractof, needed Take over payments. Call garage. Bulkheaded waterfront. rw MALl y'

order. B, sure to look I Stuart Lighthouse Phone Point.287-1657.P. O. Box tf 15)1((35)), to..... Mower and Disc.' Will clear lots, 2870914. tf ((90)) Yard nicely landscaped The priceof Want Ad in 1,
in both placet) cut trees. Fence posts! and pilingsfor $23,50000 includes, boat, trailer -
ONE bedroom, unfurnished apart SPECIAL NOTICES 55 sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT 100x200 Lot Sylvan Shores and 25 h.p. motor. Roland G. TIIESTUARTNEWS CASA tflO
FOR RENT 35-135 ment. $70 round. Stove and 1 III J JJ _J-: 71401. tf ((71)) Canal Corner has 300 ft. waterfront Lueder Realtor, 729 ColoradoAve. is printed in
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 refrigerator furn !lhed. Call 287- WILL tale car of small children Paved streets, high and ., Stuart. 10-15(90)( ) BOAT ft MOTOR SALJr.S.1DeJ;
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 0265. tf ((35)) in my home for working moth STORAGE. Household goods, automobiles dry. $6,500. Call 287-2019, write THE MARTIN 111 ..... tot KK XTT-OtW
43 143 ers. Call 2876175. 10-15 ((55)) boats, anything. Sec Maxey, 921 E. Ocean Blvd. Stuart THREE bedroom home North COUNTY FREE tt un]
tions low as $3.00. Large, new, 10-15
FURNISHED apartment. Adults ((90)) River Shores. Pool. Large lot well
Employment Wanted 48-148 Only, Newly furnished! two bed. NEW NURSERY SCHOOL: By clean buildings.i Golden Gate Storage. landscaped.' Quick possession Call PRESS, Sunday,
Bounce Opportunities 50-150 room apartment in excellent residential th. day, half day or the hour. AIA, three miles South of OVER 4 acres inside city limits. 287-4845 or 2873279. tf ((90))
LOST FOUND 53-153 area. Two minutes from Naps on cots.: Fenced play. yard.Convenient Stuart. 2871202. 11 ((71)) Residential zoning Old frame without charge. for Sale
town. Now available seasonal location Owned and i house on land. Variety of bearing CITY OF STUART ROUTE 1
SCHOOLS 54-154 WISCONSIN, Briggs Stratton, fruit trees. Close to new schools. (Thin applies to regular want-
operated by Vera Schang. 2870771. FRONTAGE center of Stuart.
annual basis. Also -
or two bedroom '
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 opurtmcnt available Jan. I I. tf ((55)) Clinton and Lauson AIR $15MX)00() ) ) Terms. Roland G. Ideal location for any type business ads only, not to display classifieds 'SLIM FORM'Electric
USED CARS 58-158 COOLED ENGINES in stock and tueiler. Realtor, 729 Colorado 125' whkh can be rerun
Call 2H7-3IA7 write H. frontage by average
t NEW CARS 60-160 tones, Route 1 or, Box 412 George, Stuart ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS parts and them.men ULMER who know MOTORS"or" how to Ave.. Stuart. 10-15 ((90)) depth of 235'. Priced at SJ6.0O.OO.()() al a reduced rate.) Exerciser, Manage and

... BOATS A SERVICES 63-163 1 1429( ((35)) mceisat 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday repair Dial AT 73355. Your Friendly Roland G. Lueder, Realtor 729 Reducing !Machine perfect
TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 ------- ---- at the Community Church, Dodge Dealer. tf II n Colorado Ave.. Stuart 10-15 ((90)) Phone your ad to condkhm cost new $150.00?
NICELY furnished one bedroom Jensen Beach. For information, FOR RENT 135
Offered, Mkc. 71-171 287-1550( and get in $75.00 or best offer Phone"
house 75. No children: or pets. Phone AT 7-3332 tf ((35)) TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. .
f'SenteN PLANTS ft SERVICES 75-175 Ideal for couple for season. Ralph -- --------- W H. Wagner Co., AT 7-48HO l ww '<-'_*I .JIMIW**** Hmm on this two-for-one 287-4325 between 6 and 7 p.mi

For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 Hartman Real I/state. Call 2M7- WANTED to BORROW $I5,- or AT 7-1696. if ((71)) FOR RENT 135
Wanted To Buy (Mine.) 81-181 4600. tf ((35)) 000 on second mortgage. Willing __ offer! _I 10-15(178! ( |
to pay good interest Contact EXPERIENCED cabinet maker "
MOVING STORAGE 84-184 FOR Rent: 4-room furnished cot Box J, c/o Stuart News. 10-15(55)( ) and carpentry work Expert Formica j.L- -.1
Real Estate: For Sal 90-19< tage. Clean. $50 per month. work Free estimate. Call FEIGEWATERAPARTMENTS '
Red Eatate Wanted 96-196 Highway 76 at Turnpike. Phone RENT tre Electric: Carpet 287-5022. 10-15 ((71)I) df tpU TRAILERS ft SERVICES 168

287-3170.t 10-15 ((35)) Shnmiooer for only $1 J per JL -- -- 7 t. ___.II
= t.
V--I -I: day Hartman-Leighton Furniture. I \
POUR REN'I 35STOttES HOUSE and apartments,2: bed 10-15 ((55))I PLANTS ft S" WCES 75
room house I and 2 bedroom
I t apartments.: Clean and nicely fur ... .1 I _..h. ON SANDY'SMOBILE

nishcd Two miles from new high USED CARS ft TRUCKS 58 BLOOMING Azaleas, Roses! Bougamvillea tHE ST. LUCIE

and offices Blvd.- downtown size, school on Stale Road 76. Seasonal' ''u J I Jj:",. Hibiscus, Ixora Variety HOME PARK & SALES
or East Any or yearly. 287-0768. tf of PALMS $100 and Oftand;
((15)) up. two-room efficiencies:! ;
Write 1959 Mercedes Ilcn/f? 190 S L Removable ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS
A. P. Krucger 1170 U Tropical Fruit Trees. VISIT Enders a .
Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. COTTAGE for rent one bed : 'hard-top roadster' Metallic Nursery, White City. Spaclona shaded (ground
blue with i red leather inter BRAND NEW DISPLAY MODEL FMLNqLE:
tf ((35)) room, furnished, All electri 10-29 ((75)) Parking Lot. Boat Dock
1 Available. Nov I I. Call' 2873478. ior1. Air c n'ditionell.40.)0\ () ) miles. Tat EAST OCICA1! BOOtEVAnOSTTAHT. : Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge 16 FT. TltAVITRAILER.
FOR! Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom 10-29() ((35)) Asking St 19O.() Will trade ,Call STARTED Pineapple plants for "LORIO"BOt7tIlK"'III'I AT DEAtER'SCOST
t garage apartment, close in, reasonable RUM Cooper, Stuart, 287-2870. sale lOc each. Call) 346-5257 : : Q APARTMCNT' Week Month' Year
; Garage; Rooms in private.home. DUPLEX Apartments Pout ,nftwly 10-15. ((58)195fT ) In back of Ann's Restaurant Hobe a BOOSIS sATRRUFFLRROARD PLUS FKe m6det( If Easy Lift
619 East Fifth Street, I) furnished rooms." Convenient Sound. 10-15 ((75)) COI RTIIIIlASOABI.n 424 ST. lUCTB CRESCENT Ako discount on 1964 model Rmlfa Pick-up Coaches
t Stuart tf ((35)) to bridge and beuchci Gas hesf. j Chevrolet off white, 4-door MATE: STUART, FLORIDA
$600. for season. P. O Bo 1186, Hardtop Sports Sedan. Automatic 5,000 Orlando Tangelo Citrus Treeson TT LOVNOalMthl .
TWd bedroom C.B.S. Home. All Telephone 2870197.. I 10-13( : ((35)) and tta lIo. In excellent condition sweet seedling rootstock. ?, h.....| ..e TMriy Telephone 287-9812 SPECIAL SALES

electric equipped. Furnished.No ...t.-. $485. Call AT 7-4187. Available now for fall and spring W. T. PACET, Mp. F._ E._ WOOD. Managertf (Utll II Mill sell or trade any of these !I\t.! Trailers Two older model,
I children and No pets. Call FOR RENT OR SALE 38 If ((58)) planting Grown under Citrus Bud- Dial AT .-tmM tf om completely furnkhed, both with tandem wWels. Bargain prktM
wood Registration Program
287-5733. 653 Bryant Avenue, -
Stuart 11 )5)) ___,,__...4>._ 1962 Corvair. Radio anj l\eot\ ?. Orange land Nursery. Call 562 IhMf handyiAatf special
I I RIVER view cottage. A. O. Dreier -r-- Automatic transmission. Low 6207 or 562-2404 Robert Harris EXPECTING COMPANY? 1958 Cadillac Hardtop Sedan 1960 Ford, Tudor, Sh Cylinder
pod Rent: Furnished one bedroom Orange Avenue Rio. Last mileage, clean. 1295. 1962 Chevy Jr., 1855 31st Avenue. Vero 1964 Chevrolet 3/4-ttm pickup Truck
II. Radio and heater. Beach. 10-15( WONDER WIIERE GOITRE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN? .
\ efficiency 4 miles South on left. 2873464. tf ((38)) : CJoIlI1i $]lr ((75))
of Stuart. $85 per month. Phone. 09$. See after 500: ) day Call M and stop worrying!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere Agency for Revcll Pickup Coaches a Fleetwood 1\fobnlllOll'fel,
I aftef 500; p.m., 287-1910. tf ((35)) BY Owner. Two bedroom CBS 'Saturday. See at office of first PLANTS Sprinkler systems, that win surpass all art your 0.*. Sandy will Buy, Sell, Trade? o* accept on consignment, your
I landscaping! sod.) Fastest -
Maine. Furnished house, Indiantown Road Box 75. growIng
Double util mobile home
I CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGERNow ear, trucks Phone 287-5788.
RIVERFRONT home with pool ity rooms. 29 Canal Avenue, Jensen tf ((58)) nursery in Martin County. PelIcan -
Nursery Loop Road (S-76A, Available for Your Sleeping Comfort!
Furnished unfur
for rent. or Reach, or will rent to adults
nished. Call 2870948. tf (35)) only. William H. Renter!, 210 Fn- i A-BOATS a SERVICES Palm City. AT 71918. If ((15)) Niagara Cyclo-Mamate Unto la Our Bed*. ONE MILE NORTH OF STUART 0V U. S. I1.Is
: 63 Kit
trada Ave. River Park. 10-29 ((38)COMFORTABLE ) ,
SLEEP room with private bath. For Sale Miscellaneous 78 Southwind Motel
Soitable for young working man. I II three hedroom FOR SALE: Complete line of -4
Call I 287-1391 after 5 p.m. I dwelling and cottage on Indian Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 2if.Gji I IMli REAL ES1ATE FOR SALE
10-15 ((35)) River at Eden. Furnished or unfurnished Marine Hardwareeverything: for PRE-CHRISTMAS sale of Trop +..... r. if en"I 4.
AT 7.l9Ifter 700; your boat. Whmcar Boat Works, cal oil paintings.. All sires and ..4 "
COMPLETELY furnished three. pm': or Sandbox, Shell Shop. Port Sewall. tf ((63)) all prices. Sandbox Shell Shop. I
room garage apartment. Air 10-15 ((38)) Jensen Beach. 10-29 (78))
conditioned. Wall to wall carpet, OUTBOARD MOTORS .
ing. Private entrance and linens FOR SALE OR RENT: Three bedroom We have for all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest
one and half bath home. parts F
ands utilities included. Call 2871391 Central heat and air conditioning- popular makes. Can test your coil I C.OiINF I
after 500: pm. 325 Seminole 2874593. and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial Price in Florida
Avenue. 10-15 ((35)) AT 7-3335. Your Friendly DodgeDealer.



... lib(!JI 21'Chris Jersey Craft Sea engine Skiff Good. V* condition h'.p, EASY TERMS ._. _.__ _.. I

RESPONSIBLE Family, both per.manently needs painting $8110 for 1. PORT SEWALL Home Mar gull coon 1. 750 ACRES with Island.. and stare MOTELS
WNTADS employed, want to rent quick sale. Bailey Boat Co. Jensen MORITZ PIANO co. and Sonris Inn. Quality throughout for water frontaft.' Ripe M deretopaseaL '
or lease three bedroom house in Beach. JO-15 ((63)) 112 No. 5th Street 1. MASTER QUARTZ CBS i fad-
Stuart area year 'round basis. ---- gracious Bring. 2. 100 ACRES South Fork of St. bale room 2
Ft Pierce Fla. Pb. 461-4747 baiKa Asphalt
DO mE JOB! Write Box L. c/o Stuart News. AUTHORIZED Johnson! Dealer If (78)) 2. WATIRFRONT bedroom, 2 bath.ITT River are, 1s824'" .1iI...,.
10-15 ((40)) Complete Sales Service. Parts. Bring. anti family room fad CORIGFS1'RS
Good selection: of dependable Used TRUSSES, elastic stockings dining room, ,pleasant khrtMo. for1 Seawall S. 33J ACRES as sam* aft-rtn4 k>* completely fansfcked -
fatoo FAMILY 't\ittuix children: desires ....... pool
Motors.: Expert Faciorv-Trairwd knee pads anklets etc. Stuart aamly awe*:*. for acreage ant of turspike. .1 Q-allry for woft
nice furnished house with *.
:: rent in pleasant! surround-reasonably Mechanic CASA RIO BOAT A Drug Corp. tf (78)) 3. COCOMTT PARK-2 bedroom homefacleg ... 500 ACRES Mrlsieer SR-76 aad U. S.
MOTOR S.-\1 n. Inc. 440 Itt. 707 "'arhl a..Ita. Easy Fhtaacinc.. 2. ATTRACTIVELY f........
Ings. Call I 2873019. 10-13( 1. Priced below atartct miawaal
__ taJRw, AT 7-0944.) tf ((63)) VERY REASONABLE
Ii"" r'k ---- SINGER ZIO ZAG $18.500.00. 8 stack. and ..Ut natal air 2
-- RETIRED couple wishes to rent FOR A FISHERMAN NEW IN PORTABLE CASE tmcirachm. Details al office-

) apartment, Stuart or or trailer nearby with. Dec.2 bedrooms I 1st- 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hull Will Does everything Sews on buttons IlOME and INCOME I LOT SPECIAL f SELL OFI1CE RENT

April f r. Write Box 22. Fortesciw.: If take inboard install or outboard power I makes button holes, over cast, 3. 3 l,.* J'J*....*f....,'... "..hd for
you can motor in does" fancy stitches, etc. No attachments
N, J. 10-15 ((40)) spare. time, you should see this I needed. 464-3601, or I., ATTRACTIVE HOME for .-. Dup.Itv I. 75' il83 sin paved street seer Krueger air CMAttoaJ f Attractively: naMwd.

ff ...., boat Ideal for Inside" or ofUhort visit our air conditioned store- mlrd both ..... Lois-Tor. eipaa. Crrek and Muarf aw ku eut ryKkooe I i. 2 COMMERCIAL fa* IT s 45

IIFIP WANTED 43 fishing.' Call West Palm Beach TE The UNITED SEWING CENTER ...... Ha' artrartlo for rrtlred buHdrr. -$1350.00 comer W t200 loser and ...... Priced to srO.

pL.1 A'll In7.155o jll -"" III 2-5204 or 655-I783. tf ((63)) 224 Orange Ave.
i 10-" (78))
WAITRESS wanted for day or FOR Sale; Johnson Outboard
AVENVK: pint DORLOS tai bolOS s
and ask f frr night shift Only experienced !rot 15 horsepower. In Icon- ELECTRIC Vegetable Case with 15.1 COLORADO $ DLVLATtaatfe 7-22(2

,- need apply! fn person. Poor Bob'sCocktail dilion. Mobile Home Garden, 4 compressor for sale. Reasonable. FLORIDA Assorts tEStER

Lounge AIA Jensen mile Sooth of Stuart on' U.S. I. Poor Bob's, Jemen Beach ," '" .oJ' (", '_ '' '' '' .,' i'" .i,.', ., .J... ,. -"......,.,......, ._------ --._ L&.It Mid_ .
Beach c
a t't : if ((43)) e.; M rvor. r-u ((63) I 3415(71):

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Mn. Rty Soon, who has been EM GIllIe for a burly reunionJHMM 'rh -sno ipq et THE 9TC ART (Florida) >NEWS Thomlaf. Octobrt f P. 1964 !> D
the HMM of her .e.... Mn.RMhwd % .hewe of Mr. td Mr. _:. :
C LaflMm and Mn W.mt .,- a !ihMII. -
ships, has returned to her t
home in Savannah Ga., via Tam About 10 per cent of the earth I
pa where she ahm visited with rda. present land area (or 3.MO.OQO()
lives. On Saturday the Lathams | square mike) .n covered with glacier sd

Snipe and lSco.t!! drove_ _to Ice. I ,
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900 Colorado Are, (acroM from lit National Bank)
rt. AT 7.2500 AT 7-32SO AT 7-4121 lry

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r.to 3 Acres Close In $$3300.00 irtuCII a. 1 .
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Close!' to school grocery and post office. Small crrrk al rear i P\RT OP TIIK: CROWD I AT TUB 1\VMUWN l POST; OFFICE INDICATION: S,11 URD \\'

of property, a real buy, terms.
Flag Irons Capitol Flies Over New Post Off/ ;ice
IRI.FS KINDRED, president of the Izaak Walton I league .:
3 Bedroom CBS. 13500.00 Lot 82 feet by 1SJ feet 2 full
was chef tit a c cookout: held by the club at Jensen Causeway last
\ baths, 2 wells carport, l lots of cleats and Murage space. Large Thursday night

Irving and dining area. No city bees! Good ternw. - Views Indiantown Dedication

10 Acres 660 feel on paved road. Cleared and partly fenced. I

8250.00 Owner will (split. Colored.PatrQbneQ Nab I Postmaster Jordan with a color jtiarJ Rev O. W. !; I [Indiantown. Bumncw and Profitmonal -

Growth of hud been fkwwrr! the | pastor' of (ho "taple'j \Vonient Club

Three Juveniles in TheftsThe at \\',,..hinaMn. and 'hllr h, gave tho /. I I
A new humidity nxnwutng( device i i"I
TAYLORASHLEYREAL Area Cited Stout''* and) Girl Seoul furnished'a I In conclusion, at the invitation uses a radloautivo surfacefor

1)d diligent work, of Stuart's Taylor added that t Patrolmen Mrs, Hetty N aard sang I I Postmaster Jordan .the crowd .more accurate measurementthan :
two Negro patrolmen James Hall Hall and Washington had received Indiantown's new post office Spangled Runner, I the new 'building and I'', before
I and Leroy Washington, led to the no tip-off, but had patiently' was dedicated Saturday afternoon. American legion Post refreshment served by I
ESTATEJim arrest Friday evening of three Lit Investigated on an elimination "basis The seventh grade of Warficld
tle Dixie boys who Police Chief for five days before making School i In g Suwanee River"
\ Associate Jesse J. Taylor said I admitted the arrests. The boys I have been "America" and other selections
breaking and entering Rogers' turned over to juvenile authorities Student Rodney Besnu gave a
630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7.2440 grocery), store and the colored Civic flawless recitation of Abraham
le-IS HOI Center the previous Sunday. I iiKoln's Gettysburg/ Address,

In addition to the cigarettes UnemploymentPay And Joe {'llInk haw '10Ihtr...
-- groceries and $25 previously reported It was an important event for
missing! the boys fourteen, in Decline; Joe: Now a member! of the editorial
At This Price! thirteen and eleven years old, also staff of the Florida 11mes-Un
stole a 20-gauge shotgun a 32- 1lon at Jacksonville, when he was
NOW You Can Afford/ to Buy A caliber! revolver and some clothing Economy RisingS county editor of The Stuart News
from the store. The
grocery (rankshaw I led the fight to gel 'the
weapons, $1 J.79 in change, candy I Industrial Commission lagging civic building!' out of mothballs .
and crackers and part of the cloth chairman Worley Brown has reported and into reality Mad to h'rl lL( ,. 4
ing were recovered said Chief a drop of almost $2XNX() ( > come down and see the dedicationof !

Reduced almost' 25 percent for quick ..It'. Spacious Pool TaylorDamage. In unemployment compensationpayments I my (post office;' he remarked to
J Y--- 'o Florida jobless for friends"
fenced back ultimate beautiful
patio area yard privacy -
; the second of The Honorable .
1964 William
quarter compared E Owens
C.B.S. home 2 bedrooms 2 bath central g heat -
Trial Is to the tame period a year Martin (ounty representative,
screened porch by pool citrus tree city water and extra
1r was master of cerfIlK' lt'1. Postmaster
well for yard watering. F.IIjV. mortgage no dicing" costs. I ago.Brown
said payments for the George IJordan welcomed -
Reduced from $22,750 to $17,500. Convenient term Called Off When
second! quarter i in 1964 ending everybody the Rev Theodore
I June 30 totaled $5.8)1.184 compared W. tat pastor of Dunklin Memorial \
Want To Sell Your Property Jurors DisagreeThe to $7,537.651 last year, Baptist Church, gave the I I
And Brown said! that at midsummer .
all angles of the Florida Various "postal association dignitaries IL
r Lkt with n* now we especially need waterfront properties trial of a suit for damages employment situation.. reflected an public office holders and -
r !I- acreage (small and large.).. For action Ill l wlthiM. of $IXMXwas( () )( declared a mistrial expanding and growing, economy, 'county!' postmasters I were introduced 'f!
I Friday, Oct. 9, in Circuit compared 'to a year ago. ,: una Representative t Owens cited
Court when the aix, -ntan jury failed amazing growth figures f for
Jobs were and unemployment
up :
P. NELSON Realtor to reach a 'CiMlon.It was down Martin 'ounl-Ihird In Florida I lWH, lI"'n"I g'j. I
was the case of Mrs. Betty I June nonfarm employment at in rate of growth thirty-sixth fattest :
BONNY NELSON, Associate Jo Dees. Stuart', versus White Belt 1.482.500( ( was 6H.70O above June, growing In .the U, S. A.t! Our ;
I Dairy Farm., Inc., Canal Point, 1963 population, he said, has soured ,
25 East Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 7-3566 :
in which Mn. Dee. claimed injuries from 7,HOO) in 19V)) to I7.IXK) "
rot (nee suffered In a fall from a Meanwhile unemployment at In I960 and to 21.000) In 1964. I'RrMNT to the people of Indiantown .this flag that flew over the CapiM at Washington said
horse owned by the dairy. The accident 94,000( ) in June was 22f>fK) below Indianiown had 750 f residents' In Congressman" Paul C.. Rogers PiWniusler George Jordan right, receives Old I Glory,
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occurred Martin a year ago 1950, around 1.400) in I960(j and
at the ,
Brown said the good conditionscontinued '
{I County Fairgrounds I In March h a s an estimated/ 2.)tM) today ; If"t'flllr.: r'
through the summer / t-':; ::
r 1963 I Postal receipts there climbed from :
July nonfarm employment was $2,500 In 1950 $81))5in() :. : 'I .'
Choice Waterfront to 1964 k'J .. '
Property Shortly after the incident! at the \ ;
70800/ above a year ago at I I.* '. 'i31
largely because" of nearby Pratt A <
fairgrounds, a jury awarded. Mrs 465.200( while ,, ,
unemployment was \ f1\
Whitney I and large plant \
Dees S2J.WO) in damages, which 21,4(5)<(< ) below July, 1963. I The;::: post office a. dedicated printing histurrday : ..... ", M ,It'
was Itt aside by Judge C. Pfciffer ,
Owner Will Sacrifice Unemployment compensationpayments \ '
is first-class ,
trial scheduled a : unitCongresninan / : "'1' :y- ''\ '
1 rOOAl>ridge and a new in July were better than ,
Paul ( .
Rogers .I'I'! :
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S1X.OOQ( July 1963. t
took the
200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUGIR It is alleged .that Bruce Bitting, Brown said all major) Industry Pratt A. Whitney stand. to and emphasize other apace that
of the farm permitted divisions in the
manager slate registered de. Ila. 'industries
Mn Dies to ride one horse while clines in the .total number of "poured
(55)(6.into) the He
area. praised
he was astride! another, holding the weeks for which unemployment I
the Post Office Department( whichhe
With Seawall reins of her mount when the accident compensation was paid during the y
said distributed I 7tN51,0)l) ( ) < ),
happened __ quarter ending June 3))). (NX) ) : of mail last
piece year
Property has depth of 484 ft. Wholesale and retail' trade waidown "through sleet, snow and hurricanes .\
23.3 per cent from a year T
Within City Limits of Stuart REAL ESTATE I OR SALE 190 ago levels; construction, down R. ;W Bass, director of the Po.t tal <
34.) per cent I; manufacturing, down
DuU Center, Atlanta (JII., said,
I J.I I per cent.; transportationcornmumcationpublic "I 1 could hardly believe
my ryeswhen
utilities, down I
Looking for aNew I saw the growth and progress
Frame Home and .1.1.4 .
Nice Rambling Cottage per cent; : here I remember Imliantowit
Home real estate down 20.2 per cent; when U was an Indian. trading pose.
Beautiful Lawns, Trees and ShrubsSee I and services, down 176 per' cent Also I remember when (,,"ner',
at Highway the only
was way you
could get around the. east side of r
Your Broker or Phone Osmet I Legion HeightsIN Lake OkecchohM
Jensen Beach resident was Bass Mid that I 161 post office
I Itt JENSEN BEACH bitten on the foot by a moray have been completed In Florida
eel last week But he was lucky since 1961 The Indiantown facility
AT 7-2607 AT 1.3232 SAM RHODES Father William J. Riley of Brock- has 3,000 suuare feel of air ,r. .. .
Ion, Mas, a subscriber to The conditioned working space and '"
Iltt) I Stuart News, relayed to of d
us a clipping 11156square( feet paved parkIng '
el COMTRUCnoV. INC. from the Boston Globe which; area. It Is designed to meet ,' ''..tf/"... .. ,, I" \
-' - DIAL 27471fWI loW about a len-yeardd boy being future growth demand We believe .,
; bitten by a gnoscfitJi. Tim fish I that Indiantown. has a bright J W'Mh, ......
I Baker, Sales bfaugeris ., _t'
fii I le/' trw boy' hand and arm future; he concluded.Congressman -
lET ( up to the elbow. Rogers! presented BOY M OUH and Girl Seoul wail to receive the new fUg which they raised to the musk? of the
US BUILD Mar !Spangled Banner at 'Indiantown Saturday,

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1- -'- Presidents Council Will Be .
GARDEN CLUB BOARD Some of the member; of the executive mor, parliamentarian and remembrance chairman; Mn J. W. I
j board of the Garden Club of Stuart, which recently held its Hussey, president; Mrs. Max Auerbach, corresponding secretary; SOCIETY
I first meeting of the season are, left to right: Mrs Paul Hoverman Mrs. W A Gesner, program chairman; Mn. Robert Rosier! chair Held at Stuart Woman's ClubThe

i Trees Chairman; Mrs. George Fuller, Yearbook; Mrs. W C. Ar man, Tabebuia Group ,

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I :Garden Cub;[ Announces Singing Homes Tour Women clubs clubs and of the Clubs two Florida,county will Federationof attend federation a

I' Presidents Council called by Mn. theOPENING
r : Vincent J. Wtlp of West Palm Announcing

,' :Of Houses Decorated During Holiday Season Beach The, District Woman 10 Club director of Stuart

will be hostess to the meeting at
Stuart Garden Club opened Its John W. Hussey, presiding. a Christmas carol tour of "Sing publicity; Mrs Paul Bryant, program the Stuart clubhouse on Friday,
If.! fall meeting Monday, Oct. 12 at accordance with the club ing Homes" scheduled for Sunday and advertising: and Mrs. Oct 16, at 10:15 am Mrs. Cornelim of
1:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club I theme "Plant It," plans were announced I Dec 13, to raise money to Charles Orel-nice: hostess chair Vandeveer u president of
I building with. the president, Mrs. for the club main event. enable the club to continue helpon the Stuart club.
the planting of U S J.A 1. man.Mrs.. Hussey! announced the annual New information about FFWC
delightful holiday occasion meeting of District 10 on and GFWC projects which was '
is anticipated in the tour of homeson Oct. 22 at the Boynton Beach presented to club presidents at SKATEWAYROLLER
I Conservative Americans Listen! beautiful Sewalls Point and Woman Club AU members may the state board meeting at Cocoa,
Jensen Beach decorated with attend. will be discussed and proper pub
floral arrangements depicting the licity coverage and the winning of
New members introduced and
Christmas. At each home awards for will be t RINK
Hear Barry Goldwater TV season welcomed were Mrs. Arthur civic projects fijA4
\ on the floral decor will follow the Smith, Mrs X, O Lute and Mrs stressed, according to Mrs. Welp.
theme of it well-known, Christmas District 10 covers Federated 1iiiii Friday October 16th 7
Elmer Rambert.
Tues., Oct. 20 8:30-9:30: CBS Ch 4 carol and the public will t be invited Women Clubs from Sebastian p.m.
p.m. Mrs. W. C. Armor
was awaw-
to vote for their favorite through Boca Raton on the coast, %
Included in the tour will be the ed the door prize which was a pixlo- Okeechobee, Pahokee and Belle ( Downtown Stuart -w Krueger Building
In Your Heart You Know fleas Right home of Ed Lawrence at the carpus plant. Glade 'i 1r Across The Railroad tanks: From The Lyric
tip of Sewalls Point, where the A workshop program was presented This I is the second In a series
Paid for by Republican Exec. Com. of Martin Camay theme will be 'We Three Kings by Mrs. Richard Hupfel, of council meetings to be held dur- TWO Sessions Fit!. & SAT. All New "Chicago"
It -- .- -- of Orient Are. Her Mrs, John and members and guests were given -
Menninger will head the decorating the opportunity to pursue their 7 to 9:30: p.m. & 9 to 11 p.m.' Rental Skates
committee MS chairman The Interests in Garden Club subjects Mr. and Mrs John kkos spent
second home is the Richard Bohn- Each chose one of the following Saturday evening In West Palm MATINEE SAT.. & SUN. Hardwood Maple Floors
XaI ORI61NAl ifIt.WG DAYS era', with the theme The Night classes in which to participate: Beach where they visited Mr and
A Before Chrl lillJJ"" Mrs C. H "Working' With Cabbage Palms Mrs. Carl Bonhan 2 to 4:30: : Sun. Nite 7 to 9:30: Supervised Activities
IKT.lill.ni SAI.OIT.itSOXiD Turner will serve as chairman. "0 Fronds; with Mrs Isabelle Tay.
Come. All Ye Faithful' will be kit, instructor; 'Mower Arrange. Stuart students attending the INMKUCTOR ON IIIK"' LOOK AT ALL T1MIA:
the floral them. at the Jamei menu,"' Mrs John Mcnnmgir, University of South Honda in
Garvey home and Mrs, Nellie chairman; Propagation by Air- Tampa are Dave Duncan Betty AIR CONDITIONED I FOR YOUR SKATING PLEASURE
cs? Pcz/oni will serve a* chairman of Layering," Mrs Robert Fenton Higbce, Cheryl Heath and Billy
the decorating committee, At the chairman and "Native Plants and Martin .
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John. Dickenon home a 'White Wildl lowers, Mrs, Richard Hup-
; lIXALL PANOVITE Christmas" theme will be carriedout I, del, chairman. 1
ti VITSTATIONERY under the chairmanship of The customary tea and social
MU'T' br 1';' Choln oPICA.. .... 100 Mr*. Joseph Greenlees.The hour followed the workshop Mrs!
n"s.:++I NeIA nlmin yteranl.i{ IanlElEle, 1NA1p11ualA / tour will end with a "Christmas Max Zeller, chairman of the hostess .
Z.99 !loco Allun in the Tropics" lea and recep committee, w a I assisted by
d.l. :rthH.H. :: 2.01
: tion at the lovely Evinrudo estate! Mrs. Max Auerbuch, Mrs. I I. OKunarek. .
MXAU :larotACCNAAIN, h..l1 where booths of holiday foods ,, Mrs Paul Bryant HI,
RUBBING ALCOHOL / / ??.',:; ...- 2 for 1.20 and decorations will be on sale, Mrs Fred Neiblmg, and Mrs Rob SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION, INC. I
,! eenl/lnl far Alhlurllenf, Mrs, Raleigh Bluckwelder is chair- ert Simmons.
CarIA to heAi "" 2'for 99 :
: I ( I Irlr.nf dry. :r.fOp: llI.bblni man and the co-ehuirmon. are Mrs: I Inventiveness and ingenuity were .
i era, Plnt A.A tAc n ... 2 f for Builder of Florida Finest! Homes Over 16 Years Experience: I
if i :TOAII::,: Wf aaPPa/F. .0 C. H Munch and Mrs. Evans portrayed in the seasonal decorations -
,,,. "* WAlt ., ; Crary Sr.General. on the beautifully-arranged + P. O. Box 824 Jensen Beach, Florida
'a.2'N: t chairman of the eventis I tea table, centered with an arrangement .,' ; .' I
wuu ..,? ::.::K(lauld. ; Mrs Norma Johnson and Mrs of mums and greenery, : I .
None ,O c : 2'for Paul S. is co-chairman with ,.r'7' : ," \ I'
fl N Io1.rc1UAl /N if"llII/ :120- .54F I Bryant topped a miniature scarecrow iIi...,'.,, .". <. "v
: {.I at urn! 2'for ..50eIw Other committee member are Refreshments Included punch ,,'
SXAll AIROIOl iAy.a MIAA/A M" Mis Jean Roo and Miss Helen I and cake, decorated in Halloween ,
SHAVE A CREAM :: ,: ; '..UIN'2 for torr'i'M Funnel! tickets; Mrs. R. C Johns.VFWAuxiliary. colors. ", ''ifJ'
lied oo ': ( 2 for -- ---- I ,
( .50 dr ."
rsV.r':: rroiuur M.Mg1Al;
< or QOr 1'aAl1AA1YA. !. or bob, 2 for J.70 'rv
1 enmomd. A II'' on' ,0.11111..., Has Plans 8 October 1964 :i
2 for I,'. ,
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g SKITS H? L 211.1..10. '. a. w'. ,.. ,.

f e HAIR 11 u. Aq SPRAY, La IIIUIL COOL 1111. CRIA' For A Busy OctoberThe t. .

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Ia regular meeting of th nual birthday dinner with a joint II
Aq..r. ?fa1 l Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans meeting with the post members

'{/caMPRrP/wRA1,21otL61 M.J1| ANTISEPTIC of Foreign Wars was held Wednesday The covered dish dinner will be Effective 12 October 1964. SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION. INC. I
Oct. 7, at the home.
sealanN, tat, $1 M.wAwoa rMr /*, post held at the post home. All members hat opened a SALES OFFICE In the Post Office Building on Commercial
m,2lef Petitions for
Audi AmMr oolor, ( membership were
yeA/p N'I
i i a a, ewfAali VIT A. iiti' 1 / ? received from Mrs. Ethel, Austin and friends are invited. Street. In Jensen Beach.
''I MIX{, lad!MmrI"MMMYltlrllanlro, c0o'.wZ let Z.7I, 90t5 and Mrs Rosemary Carr Mrs. Susan Bott reported on

a a p.LlMUlaloW, 4TAANIBOR RADIO Mrs. Marion Crook, presidentof the gift given to the Gold Star SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION. INC. has consistently! been the !

t plAUTA MuIthrlumle4 21or S.4O' i IR wIM nmAen,, District 3, will make her official mother and Mrs Margaret Kahn leader la the Development of Land. and the Building of Home In the
I visit Wednesday, Oct. 21. that
I ))1 Zfar 2I 7,99 hospital reported Jensen Beach Area. This office will enable
rNtNYIIeHL t The Auxiliary will hold its an. ten daddy bags and six pairs of new u* to better serve our

Sic MILK OF MAGNESIA Dtull II It,01, scuffs have. been completed Members cuatom.r.. both current and potential In all phase of our building activities.
P''.'N Mal Inert, .w .__ ?_ {for .70 will meet at the horn of Mrs .\ L''
j,I I II II 411 SUPPORT NYLONS aMMcolnronN/Atrdir.union 2 pair 4.98MtltXAa Dessert and Bolt Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 1

SHAMPOOS CiMlcttt 4 tkids, ,, _.,2 (for .80 scuffs pm to make more bags and The mailing addrea and the telephone number will remain P. O. +r '

I lie HANG LOTION CM N M ww ,M Min( Iwoiln, III, of. 2 for 99 Cards Party A gift was sent to the tuberculosis Box 824 Jensen Beach.' Florida and 2874710. For your added convenience +

aucTAlx HEAT PAD "CAJC4DI- ward at the Coral Gables you may contact me in the evening, at my home telephone 287-8215. t. y'
Xa/1 a"IIrA' Veteran Hospital Gifts to this

I A/and Nrx, CHRISTMAS CARDS A Success' .' ward is a project of the Auxiliary. Thl new office U a result of the demand growth of SAM RHODES ,'';l ..,t

Rq La ri lad The District 3 meeting will beheld CONSTRUCTION. INC la JENSEN BEACH. Public 1 .
5.96 '"" deel f/r The first social event of t h. 'I Sunday, Oct 18 at the Amer- acceptance of
s r aAa+ ; ; .
a season sponsored! by the Woman lean Ugion Hall in Delray Beach RHODES-BUILT Home ha enabled u* to expand to better serve the "

1 r 1 Il t Sa I Club of Stuart\ dcsKrt card party beginning at 10 am public. '
f on Oct. 7, was a success with The Auxiliary will hold a Hal .
towecn for the children at > '.
pproxnnatkly eighty women attending party
the Pioneer School m Port Sa M.yw."eJOu. : '

Mrs. J. M 11oI1: nMeU. chairman lerno. .
of this event was assisted! by Oct. 29-31 are the dates for the '
Mrs. Hugh Gwn. Mrs. Ethel Wi rummage sale to "be held at the SAM RHODES CONTRUCTION. INC., ,. :
) gand. Airs J. Edward Book Mrs former Tot and. Teen shop. .... ,> Philip M. Baker f. ,.

John Ankh, Mrs C.1 E. Reynolds Hvwtencs at the meeting were ., e-.J' {,.L ,. SaleeManag.r ; tfi.! ,_,
and Mrs. I. T Ta>lor. Sirs !Jennie Smith president, and '. t) ,1iA. -
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Table f'ut* were awarded! to Mrs. Grace Halt f ). ,'"' '" 'f ;'''' ; .
Mrs A BasJ, Mrs Elmo Matto". The next meeting will be Wednesday I .., .;
Mrs David ForreMer, Mrs. Marge let 21 at the pout home J
Du-Aon. Mn. Tolcy Enjcbreltcn. ''I.
r ';fit Mrs Helm M. Cloud Mrs. Haiti wso$* 10 AltEr ()C1. 20 A'' -'"H "
; Buvscrt Mrs. Ruby Robinson. Mrs. "\ ) .
Th monthly meeting \
Flora Alcorn Mrs. George Kauf ;: 4'-\'ij'
t of ChristIan
of the W omens Society
man Mrs. B J. Hillary, Mrs. Ann k' 'SALES,OF HOMES aid &LLtCrU IIOMEMIES
Hodgms, Mrs. Grace Thayer, Mrs. Service of the First held Tuesday \ '!j.t.1, ,'. ". ,.
Signe Peters, Mrs T. P. Brodeur Church.: Stuart will be ... PInUP )L BAJO-R.: Sett* Mwsacer fhuse 2S7-4710 -
t YOUR" RBXALL STORESTUART Mrs. M Heckler. Mrs. Sarah Oct. :o, at 9:30: ajn. in the .
church on Induuriown !Road. ', .
Oughtcnon. and Mrs H. West
; DRUG CORP. Mrs. V. Armour. Mrs. D. Green. Guest speaker will be Rev Allen ',:
lees Mrs. Marge Duston! Mrs B. Stuart, who* "tope will be iii '.

oPF06rrE: It. .. STATION, STUART 2I7-U22 J. Hillary and Mrs Sarah Oughtersoo The UfeVithm.. "
.y were the winners of lb. Members of lb. Ruth Circle .
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GARDEN CLUB BOARD -- Some of the members of the exccumor, parliamentarian and remembrance chairman; Mrs J. W,
i I five board of the Garden Club of Stuart, which recently held its Hussey president; Mrs Max Auerbach corresponding secretary; SOCIETY
C first meeting of the Mason are, left to right: Mrs. Paul Hoverman, Mrs W. A, Gesner, program chairman; Mrs Robert Roster, chair. Held at Stuart Woman's ClubThe

I Trees Chairman; Mrs. George Faller, Yearbook; Mrs. W. C Ar man, Tabebuia Group. .
presidents of nineteen senior lug the Year. I ------.----

Garden Club Announces Singing Homes Tour tion clubs clubs and of the two Florida county Federationof federa

Women Clubs will attend a
I Presidents' Council called by Mrs.
Vincent J. Welp of West Palm Announcing

i; 'Of Houses Decorated During Holiday Season Beach The, District Woman's 1 10 Club director.of Stuart

will be hostess to the meeting at
: Stuart Garden Club opened its I John W. Husiey, presiding. a ChriNtmas carol! tout of "Sing publicity; Mrs. Paul Bryant, program the Stuart clubhouse on Friday
11. tall meeting Monday Oct. 12 at In accordance with the club ing Homes," scheduled for Sun and advertising* and Mrs Oct. 16, at 10:13 a.m. Mrs. Cor ofckia&
110: p.m. at the Woman' Club I theme Plant It," plan were announced day, Dec. 13 to raise money to Charles Grecnlees, hostess chair nelius!! Vandeveer it president of
bwkling. with the president, Mrs for the clubs main event. enable the club to continue b'p the Stuart club.
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on the planting of U. S. I 1.
Husx-y announced the annual New information about FFWC
A delightful holiday occasion meeting of District 10 on and GFWC projects which was
Is anticipated in the tour of homeson Oct 22 ut the Boynton Beach presented to club presidents at SKATE-WAY
Conservative Americans Listen! beautiful Sewalls Point and Woman Club. All members may the state board meeting at Cocoa,
Jensen Beach decorated: with attend will be discussed and proper pub-

: Hear Barry Goldwater on TV Christmas floral arrangements season, At depicting each home:the welcomed New members were Mrs.introduced Arthur and licity awards coverage for civic and projects the winning will be of ROLLER RINK

the floral decor will follow the stressed, according to Mrs Welp.
Smith Mrs .
X O Lisle and Mrs
theme of a well-known, Christmas District 10 covers Federated j ,I #
Elmer Rambcrt October 16th 7
Tues. Oct. 20 8:30-9:30: () CBS Ch 4 carol and the public will be invited Women's Clubs from Sebastian I/1l Friday, p.m.
p.m. Mrs. W C. Armor wan awarded :
to for their favorite.
vote through Boca Raton on the coast,
I neludcd in the tour will be the the door prize which was a rxxlo-- Okeethobee, Pahokee and Belle (((J( Downtown Stuart Krueger Building
In Your Heart You Know lIe's Right plant. 'I
home of Ixl Lawrence at the corpus Glade 't Across The Railroad TnKk From the Lyric
tip of Sewalls Point, where the A workshop program: was presented This Is the second in a seriesof
;. Paid for by Republican Exec. Com. of Martin County theme will to 'We Three Kings I, by Mrs. Richard Hupfel, council meetings to be held dur T\VO Sessions FRI & SAT. All New "Chicago"
-- -- of Orient Arc. Here Mrs John and members and guests were given
\ Mcnmngcr will head the decorate the opportunity to pursue their 7 to 9:30 p.m. & 9 to 11 p.m. Rental Skates
ing committee as chairman The Interests In Garden Club subjects Mr and! Mrs. John kkes spent
second home is the Richard Refin Each chose one of the following. Saturday evening In West Palm MATINEK SAT. & SUN. Hardwood Maple Floors
t Rt1J( ORIGINAl f 1010 DAYS ers', with the theme, "The Night classes in which to participate: Beach where they visited Mr.and
Before Christmas" Mrs. C H. Working With Cabbage Palms Mrs Carl Bonhun 2 to 4:30: Sun. Nite 7 to 9:30 Supervised Activities
,'=7Y 'HIU >3,9T,1S< *!. .*av.Aff,*9J Turner will serve as chairman. "0 Fronds." with Mrs. Isabella Tay-
I'. ,.,.. Come All Ye faithful will be lor, instructor; "Flower Arrange- Stuart students attending the INSIRUCIOR ON lilt IUMR AT ALL 'I1MISAIR : :
".a. the floral theme at the Jam e s smuts"' ," Mrs John Menninger, University of South Florida in '
Garvey home and Mrs Nellie chairman, "Propagation by Air. Tampa are Dave Duncan, Betty CON 01 nONU) FOR YOUR SKATING I'LLASUKLSAM
.<< Pezzum will serve as chairman of Layering" Mrs Robert Fenton Higbce, Cheryl Heath and Billy
,' tAtxau the decorating committee. At the chairman and "Native Plants and Martin
irs'-". John Dickerion home a "White Wildflowers," Mrs Richard Hupfcl .,
'ANOVI1I + IoxtoMutnnt Christmas" theme will be carriedout chairman, I
: vmAA+'"S STATIONERY under the chairmanship of The 1 customary tea and social
Illy Iq, [11 ,y Ch.'ro' 01 ,..h. .... ,eo Mrs Joseph Grernlces. hour followed the workshop Mrs.
s et.. Ne11.h.m r.htflZ let ; lon'bl., Eh..ZMx1L 1 he tour will end with a "Christ- Max Zeller, chairman of the hostcsi .
phounalln, I 2.'9 '' .I/ntY All" nuts In the Tropics' tea and reception committee, was assisted! b>'
bile f'hH:1: : 2.01
your : at the lovely Evinrudc estate, Mrs Max Auerbach Mrs. I. G

{ RUBBINGICcOHOL /l1ACCNAAIN, ....11 where booths of holiday foods Kanarek Mn. Paul Bryant HI,
Ili NNtI-Aq, 10, ...- 2 I for I.tG and decoration!* will be on sale Mrs Fred! Neiblmg, and Mrs Robert RHODES CONSTRUCTION INC.Builder i
cam Conttlnl to h11 I''y. 2'" AIhl.te, 1 lent, .. 21Ix ,88 Mrs Raleigh Blaekwelder is chairman Simmons. ,

1'v: I"+.' un.lftt. rl.t Ael.,.. BOc //a.tuoslxabbGl'J. II uciiiH, ''n' '- z ror .It C. :H and the co-chairmen are Mrs Inventiveness and ingenuity were of llorldu1 Finest homes Over 16 fears, Lxptriciue
/ IUPPOSU: Munch and Mrs Evans portrayed in the seasonal decorations
.... too lUAU ASPIRIN :iiSMm'tVirare' J: (or ". Jfor .MfJiVoo'ilMCsri' Oary SrGeneral. on the beautifully-arranged P. O. Box 824 Jensen Death, lloridu.
'It :;; I : : '0 chairman of the eventis tea table, centered with an ar- '
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1 Mrs.
a 3t:Yl "rIYd.' Norma Johnson and Mrs. rangement of mums! and greenery,
,.ut w Nano.. I.or Ilnlr orllnl'' 70c 1t..U.'1l1II-,2O-: 2 for .54 Paul S Bryant Is chairman. topped with a miniature scare.crow
r.. 11.'r'.mL'M7.0.- Jl Other committee members are Refreshments included punch '
MXAU AtDOIOl : MiNI Jean ROOM and Miss Helen and cake, decorated in Halloween 'Ii

SHAVE II M. Air CREAM tit M'.xarot/.rN1AUtw' : ;, ',.'-2 2for1.01 I Funnell, tickets, Mn R C. Johns, colors. I \ ,
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....''h.ld.d. | i"ArrAr.urt; VFWAuxiliary Has Plans A
=L'U' 'l llOYI"," ..: 2 for 1.11HAIRIISPRAY 9 October. 1964 ,' ... I
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I !ti'--' 11 RIF qty IIIICAI'i COOl SIUI CKIAM Busy
I CAoo. IoIU', Z'It ,& plODORANT
&d.r.T1? / I 1.51 ::1 ': .... Dear Friends '
I.l""J;; !Hua. t ... 1,.r....+?:. f1110tR I Ladiet The regular meeting of the nual birthday dinner with a joint 'I
Auxiliary to the Veteransof meeting with the post members

:: C.WADTPIwmA, Z lor 1.51 a1xALU MI.3)) ANTISEPTIC/ I, Foreign Wars was held Wed The covered dish dinner will beheld Effective 12 Octob.r 1964, SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION. INC. I
Ou 7
nesday, at the post home
't. aDllnlvl", ,1107 .21 M .Hiw' ..li H* .t.Ira | I Petition for at the post' home All members has opened a SALES OFFICE in the Post Offlc. Building on Commercial _
) rdAwll Amble color J hfSirusnT" membership were
t th' CHIWMlt 'lt" W.Ab. received from Mrs Ethel Austin and friends are invited. Street la Jensen Beach. I

2 MIN II'. 1, A.ull MmuhM/e",. 21 01 2.70. III". ..:.-..I9fl. t and Mrs Rosemary Carr. Mrs. Susan! Bolt reported on
rarNetn100'oa." a r1ANSIAIOR RADIO- Mrs Marion Crook presidentof the gift given to the Gold Star SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION. INC. has consistently been the

I II, ".r21Ix110.F 'iSliSJg"1 .... visit District: 3, will make her official mother and Mrs. Margaret Kahn. leader In the Development of Land and the Building of Home. in the
Wednesday, Oct. 21. hottpitut chairman, reported that
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:: The Auxiliary will hold its iu> ton diddy bugs and six pairs of Jensen Beach Area. This new office will enable u* to better serve our I

I9C MILK I OF MAGNESIA Mull scuffs have been completed. Members customers both current and potential in all phases of our building actfylti.
.*w mint (tllrecN tya.LPs. :..? ... .... 2 for .70 will meet at the home of Mrs ...
$, 4.IS SUPPOIT NYlONS .*..rco: .rt.M..nw lit M eml... 2 pair 4.98 Dessert and Bolt Wednesday, Oct 14 at 1
I .m. to make more bags and
:J 980 REMU SHAMPOOS Choir tt 4 tin' *, .2|for .99 sculfs Th. mailing address and the telephone number will remain. P. O.

'ysee HAND .OTION c...N_with" Medial'' 'linens.I n '. 2 for .99 Cards PartyA A gift was sent to the tubercu Box 824. Jensen Beach. Florida, and 287-4710. For your added convenience 1

nicnix HEAT PAD ,- louis ward at the Coral Gables you may contact m. in the evenings at my home telephone, 287.6215. a. M'li
/.1lwttc*. Ilii CHRISTMAS Veterans Hospital Gifts to this )
Wlurrrorl", Success'' of the
I ward is a Auxiliary
M.N ear CARDS project This new. offlc. is a result of the demand growth of SAM RHODES ,
The DIstrict 3 meeting will beheld
*. **r 215.96; 'f 4.0011''..."eirfli"flow nNA 0.1,.... *9 It, The first social event of th Sunday, Oct. 18 at the Amer. CONSTRUCTION. INC. In JENSEN BEACH. Public acceptance of ".
.... ,.. 1.01 season sponsored by the Woman's lean legion Hall in Delray Beach RHODES-BUILT Home. ha enabled u* to expand to better serve the

iii. Himt in on Oct. 7, was 1\ success withapproximately The Auxiliary will hold a Halk ,
-- eighty l women attending >* oi party for the children at r fI

the Pioneer School in Port Sa I ,,,., ? May w. serve you :
Mrs J. M HcllpcnMttl, chair" lerno.Ou.
man of this event was. assisted by 29-31 are the dale for the y
Mrs. Hugh dawn. M..... Ethel Wie- rummage sale to be hell at the I J' ; SAM RHODES CONTHUCTION. 1Nc..II'
and, Mrs J. Edward Book, Mrs. former Tot and Teen shop. M. Baker
John Antoch. Mrs. C, E. Reynolds HoMewes at the meeting were .:'V,.., ,Philip ; S,Mf! **f
t w+teAt and Sirs 1. T TaylorTahlo Sirs. Jennie Smith, president and I I.. m., f 1. ;;, '. Y Sale. Manager. >*,' I
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prutn were awarded to M 1"1.. Grace HalL I \.-' ., .,'" ; ;
red r Mrs. A Bass!. Mrs Elmo Mattox, II The next meeting will be Wednesday 'j '
v '' add, dkR Mrs. David Forrester, Mrs. Marge! Oct 2 1 at the pout home 11.
Duslon. Mrs 1 ole.y Lngcbrcben, .
Mrs. Olden M Cloud, Mrs. HattMBuwcrt I lScS! 10 Mt.tr OCT. 20 j I .;t;' ',
Mrs. Ruby Robinson Mn' I i}; 'j'.
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The .
Mora Alcorn Mrs. George Kauf regular monthly meeting '1. ,
Mrs. B. J. of the Women Society of Chmt ,' rs' '
man Hillary. Mrs. Ann .
Ian Service of the First Methodist i I as
Mrs. Grace '
Hodgins Thayer, Mrs
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Signe Peters, Mrs. T. P Brodeur Church. Stuart will be held Tuesday Sfnugee'k J.
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YOUR RXALLARE Mr*. M Heckler Mrs. Sarah I Oct 20. at 9:30: a.m. in the .t I I .
church: on Inetiantown Road. <
Oughttnon. and Mrs. H. WeO.Mrs. '
STUART DRUG CORP. V. Armour. Mrs D. Green GuN speaker will be Rev Allen
Lace Mrs. Marge DuMon, Mrs. & Stuart, wfewe topo will be
J. Hillary and Mrs. Sarah Oughterson The Uf Within"Members
fE K. R. STAI ION VART 2117.1822 I
j ORS were the winners of th I of the Ruth click
R door prizes. 'I will serve u hostesses.A..a.r. I = -

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