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 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Photos of Speedy Hurricane Isbell and Her Twister Damage Are on Pages 7-C, iD''

Audit Bureau of Circulations The Stuart News Gives You

:. :|Guarantees H; Membership? Your Ad Coverage GI! lt? e fit,_ U art 'tU\ $ F Of Martin Complete County News Communities '.



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Rambling Reporter -of-way Agreement Signed; Isle Developmm1t'boonzs I

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DON The log-jam has been brokenfor The development of both the Martin (ouiuy ( onimission and While not! connected in owner be on a par with the lumous l i has already been agreed upon\ and coral reef angles out from shore,
FORCETJIOMECOLIG: a million-dollar oceanfront Foundation and Bradshaw: proper- Seminole Shores It his now txcn ship it it announced that the entire at Pebble IKiuh on I1'I'Mile l Hradshaw interests announced. providing a protected inner lagoon
: : NOTE development in Martin i ties will be called Sailfish Point." arranged for anncabl) between: the area. Seminole Shore and the Drive near i tumid Calil fore signing of the agreement that .
Dont forget those! "I Won't Be County The nght-of-way, it was learned owners of the tracts Bradshaw! holdings will be known If tho BraKhuw dcvclnpnienli the work" would probably start While final plats have not been
I Able to Get to Homecoming Because Clifton S. Perry, assistant vice I extends from the Seminole The Bradshaw interests alone as Sailfish Point unJ it is "possiblethat i estimated as! a $21); ), 0ttai) ) im within one l.e r. approved, Richard: Cicntingcr, who
letters. We've already president and general manager of Shores north gate three or four have indicated that a $10.()HHXX) ( ( ) residents of cither area may nroveinent, the abutting Seminole The kilo the most attractive is asstKlatcd with the develop
received letters from Sarasota, the Public I Health Foundation, announced hundred feet west of the ocean deluxe residential development will share in the mutual advantages developed Shores lands, a 1 little less: in area piece of real estate in South Flutes men. told The Stuart New !several .
! Korea Malrnstrom AFB, Mont; Wednesday that: I beach in a southerly direction until be forthcoming em their 2X-acre() ) by each but with even more oeeun: "beach: right at famed St. Jude In weeks ago that there will t be
Tachikawa, Japan, Togo West 'Negotiations having been completed it connects with the Bradshaw tract, which includes a number ot I Scminolc! Shores tor lI1 tlln.e.alreally should add another. $2IMHHN( () ( () I let noted worldwide for its sail- eighteen spacious{ seafront sites,
I Africa; Markham, 111., and Pontiac between" the Public l HealthFoundation properties, which include the entire yacht canals and! an eighteen.hole hits an ocean Fishing! pier, in value "so it. is wife tit sat thus 'fishing "th other biggumefishing. a number of sites "bordering this
I Mich., but we'd like many and the Bradshaw I south tip of Hutchinson Island golf course clubhouse. cabanas: municipal i this agreement: : ( may be the prelude i' It is at confluence I of the; golf course and a system of inner
more. Those former Tigers who Trust, a mutual agreement was At the point of southern The developers of TequesU I ex- !building. water |plant and one of I to a $40.UUO ta)0( () resident resin i Indian and St. lucie Rivers, famed canals with many .waterfront sites.
have written all seem to like the reached by both parties and a right. I connection, it is about TOO feet elusive residential area on the the moM magmlicent' yacht basinsin e'lpunionn the 1KlIthnd of sx| >rtlishing grounds The Gulf The I bulkhead line adopted will
idea of reviving contacts with I of.way has been !granted to Brad west of the ocean shoreline Loxahatchce, were suid to be a''"- the Slate of F I.lor""'... IInt.hin'lONunJ.. Stream is only a few mile away. not at feet the present channel of
former schoolmates, so let's have I shaw Trust' by Public Health Foundation The right-of-way was a matter 'soeiatcd in the planning in early 1 he golf course. swept by I Whale trememlous fill operations, I It borders some two milts of the famed Sun Parlor fishing
lots more letters, please. Well run of dispute for some years between announcements breezes 'trout the Atlantic would must take place, the bulkhead: lute beautiful sandy beaches: where a grounds,

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the story our Nov. 19 ----- - ---- ------- --- -- ------- ----- -- --

and t if necessary, in the Nov. 12 1:1':'" .,." < "t .,....> "'"
edition too no we'll have to seta .' : Primal Wilderness Area Is Desecrated .
deadline of Nov. 7. The address: ::1. !
Homecoming Editor, Stuart News \ir"f ?. i
Box 1047, Stuart.

CORBETT-t.. BIRD THIRD I' Bulldozer Invades SanctuaryOf


In the last rare for young birds
this season, a blue bar cock, owned
i by U R. Corbett of Stuart, placed ita' ;
Audubon Island
i third in the Southern Racing rw 4hr Society
Pigeon Association race from Way
cross, Ga., on Sunday Its time
was 1422.13 yards per minute, .
compared with the Fort Pierce w
winners, time of 1428.17 yards. p4 4 Ax
Seventeen cities! were representedin Threat of Grunting
the race, which included 956
1 1W. 1 1AI
birds from 142 lofts. '

'it Suit Seen BehemothDestroys'


Margaret W Binder, registered 'Not Idle'I ; pip
record librarian. and Ruth Van I
Kirk, medical record technician,
both of Martin Memorial Hospital, I I oi ..
attended the Oct 11-15 annual I f Mirkla Audubon S. iely'a ,h
A grunting behemoth **' up
meeting of the American Association promised suit for damages in conneetlon i ,
I {In two days a Island sanctuary
of Medical Record Librarians with the desecration of the ( M
Y I at Miuiri Beach. sea Islansanctuary here I III seen 1 which: It had taken Nature untold 1

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scrvaliooiM*. IiSeverall1kll1thi 4 1 It was a flv*.UHI huffdtM/" iJw.d' 1
SQUARE DANCING ago the local by an engineering firm which; "bud \
STARTS THURSDAYStuart chanter/ bucked by the slat or I been .retained by the U S. Corps
Hi-Stepper will hold the gam/ation rose vigorously to the o : aiz |lof Jn.lne.-.n..r: it .left a swath
first dance of the defense of the bald eagle when a '( I'of destruction down the entire
squat season bulldo/er look' down tall pine tea I length, of the Murkh. Audubon SI \).
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at MR. AND !MRS IRNEST: DAVIS relax in their home on the South Fork of the St. Lueie here a '
which held the of pair of mile of inviolate sanctuary -
nest" a defy
the Stuart Youth Center. PeteSanson Davis, noted opera singer observed his eightieth birthday Saturday Mrs Davit, an accomplished breeding eagles. I i on Jupiter Island.
and Otis of West
loves her Florida
Palm Beach will be the callers. musician,, garden There seems little doubt that K,, C Mock/ : and Associate' of

Dances will be held each Thursday Role of Pagliacci Gave I Him Chance the sanctuary desecration will bf ::1 West Paint Beach: hired by the
night and everyone Is welcome .. followed through even more vigorously I I Engineer Corps (which.: apparently .
since the detraction\ 6 could not 'find any local firms
wreaked practically nullifies the to do the job, although* there are
BOURBON. BRANCIIWATLR1IILNG Ernest Davis Star Is'' value of the wilderness area, whichwas three registered engineering firm*
0*' THE PAST Opera to remain untouched( by the 7/,... Ile In Stuart) face damages action in
An old.line politician in Stuart hands of manCharles," the courts (/a desecrating the
AN AROUND-wurld voyager I Is Captain Hubert P. Ikcbe above sanctuary.
remarked about the refreshments
being served at the various polity Here They ordered] the work don
Enjoying Life at EightyBy
cal election.shindigs"It scheduled used to be here bourbon before Holley Singapore,: to Port Salerno F of by Indlantown Scott Construction Road; Company allegedly

and and branchwatcr";he now it's coffee C11ARLLY STOOKEYA son and Delilah" to name a few tight was lost completely Due on SaturdayFor without the Audubon securing Society permission and from after

doughnuts, complained. Kansas farm boy who chose He observed hit eightieth birth Coming from a family of singers Captain Beebe Calls receiving a warning from Fred
-frIAMXRAB.S a musical career that carried him day Saturday Oct. 17 of Welsh descent it wa natural ConferenceCharles Bell, Martin County engineer, 'not
SHIPPtl: onto the stages of famous opera famous singers. with whom he l that Ernest Davis joined singing to touch:/ anything down that way
appeared Include John McCormack in schl. During a reciul "
10 NOR ru CAROLINAFirst houses! on two continents is spendIng groups without permission.
his Melba SchumamvMemk, at a theater in his hometown R Holley Republican Friend
retirement in Stuart. On .In addition to the bulldo/er. a
it was turtles, then spiny Louise Homer and others of loU, Kans. he sang a tolo candidate for governor .will visa Annapolis led
T. C Collinsof
Ernest Davis the local reti survey crew by
lobsters-and now landcrabs. ROM is which caused. local Oct 24
Mr. Davis hat sung in every : lownnmen to Stuart on Saturday : Mock firm
the used)
dent who fame : saw
gained power
as a
Witham sent a shipment of female major American city and in many suggest that he study music:. Holley is expected: to arrive al !
landcrabs by air to Duke singing leading roles in such" productions European cities, such as Berlin and 'J hit suggestion he followed by Witham field airport al 9 a.m. I I "I I lust' pot in 'runs Singapore! ,I feet hag, has a sixteen"' ,", ,, beam to cut. down" trees on the sanctuary
University Marine Laboratory, a 'Aida, Faust. "Pap London. enrolling at Bethany CollegeLindtborg l He will travel In a cavalcade of the I sang Barnacle; Bill the sailor and draws, five and one half feet
Beaufort, N. C., liacci I, Tinnhauser! and "Sam-' I I Bill I f water She was built in Slnga.I Mrs, Wilbur Forrest president cf
Saturday NsflLHe His. operatic career came to an Kans, where he took Young Republicans' Club to his Wfll. it wasnt" Barnacle: I II i"
bad to go to Ojus to find unfortunate end in 1935 when his up the study of music. headquarters at OsceoU. Street and I but close: to U. when rounii-ihe I I pave under Bathe direction: 1 he the" Martin County Chapter of the
them, although there had been a i II sight became impaired,, making it His next move was to Chicago: I St. L< migration of landcrabs' here about Senator Cain to impossible for him to accurately where he worked! part time in a will he followed by a press conference i I U3.N., retired. sailed. his' twelve week a supervisory capacity, returned
from Audubon
two weeks ago. and soloml in Britith made schooner "1 lit Par an conference *l
I see the baton of the conductor He piano factory was from 10 to 1030: -
had first noticed It a few years I one of the city't big churches. ibis I Iran I II am to noun, he .will sagcinaker" Fran Singapore to' Wakulla Springs Sunday only to
Speak Here for earlier in Germany. It .was not I work gave him money with whichto i be the principal' sneaker" at a program Purl Salerno where he tied up at I C-23 Bridge,: Job receive a phone call from the
Ir WAS LOW BUT i at tilt Columbia School' Lowe", Boat Yard Monday, Mock firm "asking" .permission" to
until twelve year ago that hit I study to be staged al Stuart Shopping Will Start Soon
NOT THE LOWESTThe Lyndon Oct. 24 I-- of Music At tilt piano factory he Center,, after which .he will He I I. here visiting (:apum and out a trail through the sanctuary
sudden drop in temperature I II learned the art of tuning piano. I attend a joint lunch .party. of Martin Mrs. Warren O ('(...11.. of !ScwalhPimtt Work Is to start In the next law (Continued on Pig 2-A)
to a cool 52 Wednesday morn Hoover Fished In 191) his ability a* a singer and SI 1 laitfe Counties Republican Captain Corlis. I is situ l a ilwy on the ('2J Canal' bridge
ing. Oct. :21 z I, was not a record, Frank A. Wacha chairman of caught the aticolfn of Bernard at Port Si Luck. Country "retired Navy officer.: The awn.
but it was mighty low, Accordingto the Johnson for President committee Uhlrich, conducUif of the Chicago : I Club I were elavsm.des. at Anntpnli where AlUpattah Road and Range 'Rogers Day' at
weather station records locally in Martin County; has announced j i I Local Waters Opera Company, during t h e | At present Captain \Bcebe I is line Road are to wot the canaL
the lowest temperature for any a "coffee" in the com graduation exercise of the Colunv | I i lasting for a crew U> help' hint Some, HJ'MXi hal "been \ _&.
October day was 47 in 1941. mumiv room of the First National bia School of Music, APPIKAIION/ H>R Mil to bile home at Monterey' agricultural inlerrtl. IIIrChiefs I Jensen Set for
"I Bank at 10:30: am. Saturday. In tie Thirties Uhlrich: liked, his. work, noted MtKKILlCKNSf; : : :Calif," vU tilt Panama CanalIne 7 Conttruction: : Company olImlmnlown.
Oct 24Guest, that Davis had talent, and' after a Paul I A. Wytock and Nan I boat, powered by a ninetyhorsepower which made. a sub Next
Tale Twisting of honor will be former Herbert Clark Hoover, thirty (Continued on Page %-A) cy Ann Johnston, both of Stuart. diesel l engine, .U fifty, Mantuil contribution.' I III contractor, SaturdayA

\5' 'I Republican U. S. Senator Harry first president of the United States, --------_---- ___ ___4 .- -- ----
I 1, JACK JAMES I ITUM K. Cain Washington state, who who: died Tuesday at ninety frequently free fish fry to which the
rLiisa iowSKIT ', now head the Citizen for Johnson fished in the Stuart area Public [indorses Heuutification Extension and Ambler! publto s i Invited h. scheduled by
In MunUa. in the early Thtrbc. 6464666 II 46 Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce

Some time ago you may have Senator Cain, named) by Governor Herbert Homer Dike around I at the causeway S.p m. Sal
i noticed our park and .various Collins on the Committee Lake! Okcechobee wa tuned under urday, Oat 24Roger.* Day."

places began to take on a new look ''for the Aged in Florida, .was a his .l rcctln. Vote for Palms Is Overwhelming I Congressman Paul O Roger
and soon it was obvious that some member of the Banking and Cur The flag at Martin County will be guest of honor' at the event,
green-thumb'! expert you turning I rency, Armed Services and Public courthouse, and flag at other puh" : and will probably arriv an hour
eyesores into eye-pkaser Now I Work committee during his lie buildings wit fly at halfstaffin earlier to chat with friend. andIUPJI&mtt.
again this roans I 194,.,.. term He will speak on his honor for thirty ....Y.. I The pulm" won hands. daMn, The IwHut. poutet! a.... .rid .... praised and all&M'IDd tfftttMiiunto 'lo Aiiibkrr.11.... if anyone waists said hank Wads,
trademark I behalf of Johnson.Laat Id fall if it had been a real ten, la*). At pre *- nie today we W I'. AmMrr' Stuart perk* I'Ui ,liJIusv _a. we not Ambler) campaign head.
catching tilt eyes Jensen Chamber election. M would hast been aliIAhIaoJe I had received. ninety-three" ballot superintendent foe hi* wonderful I"note" that. has address .. W, h'MuMler Roger was unable to fill a prior
I of everyone that Wake Weather 0 0Gcnernlleeting to end aH landslides. and letter favoring replanting' the work in be.u.lfut.lII. Max gob Stuart f ., lessen Bosh engagement became

Ithe '!< passe this way T..waw Btah. t..* ....,.. ( j j At the end of Bunny Afctoxf removed palms and five ballot' One writer, lodd Wrtght. whuMHMMive I ,Slush" writer* noted that Ih. of pressure ol other commit*
--for you enter I o.c. story In last *eek', New about a and one letter opposing replanting. was received. lass tti* f. heautifwalion: fund was rated by merits.
our tale townwttk I :ii: .: n I : Jensen Chamber of Commerce i city decmoft to remove two of how letter* whtcli we receivedby the editorial page, sent along a 15 : joint Min. the clean, 0u. 'I Ci .a.opalti will both i M first general membership five palms paned in a beautif Monday noon are published on check, ".lMeh;\ I hope will sbr UM ,,1ft nwny caw: sent I in by winter' IUYIXN RLRNt Dirr: HEKKOK :
of the
appearance of i k 11 ... meeting season oo Monday stra) effort MA feet north of Ute the cdnorul page Space did nut bad rolling u refund any COM" to I r. klcnl.. >' COmX: OCT. 30
beautiful shrub :=: :: .r a.A. I ::: I evening Oct 26. city limas oa U. \ I, we ran ha( permit publication of letter received Mr. Ambler for his ovic' spirit A* .e observed at tilt eonelu.tmn .
bury and tree planted along thefrethgras I __ T_ ... ... W..5 r? There win be a review at the straw "ballot/ after that deadline.....!- 1 Every Stuart rekkn shuuld he of our story, thi ia a great lUydon' Burn., Democrat candidate
median strip of our I T1MBH AT pail sit month activities: and plans though each/ mail. brought more proud and thankful' Nat _e have opportunity, for city-county eooperslitm. for governor will be in Stlf'
new four-lane highway I don'tknow I ,rr)!LET ir this fellow, but I would 1' I am a Stuart rewucnt and tat work out tie la due to *l cofWo
CM U |l S i received were from Stuart best Interest ol the city I wet its action: or tome appear a
support turn if he ran for com- (Ire I* :.: n i.5 i 5 5a *.Sir t u First Federal Saving A Loan payer 1 favor f } rcpUnMifof rMlrnt and Uspaerv AO were Another check for IS for Ambler co-opcriIJlV. deal with the county and doughnut* gct-togeuVr at UMPint
mnuuncr.. even if km MOM was WuTuun AmMer COb what. baa- two II : I.14 t:a4 It;Bcicc for a cleanup campaign) of the {... alto signed ballot and. wrote<< let ing from bon- Eugene L .. .- "'- artificial: bounda/l, and. .tt may 9-45 a.m., ant all Martin County
weather w* are havo*. See you t n* : u4 11* 11 tie jn t.4 Pa, TIIOct. lie: whicJ will be *poo ore4 by the) .... yet pfay a part "> unifying Mar resident are Invited to meet and

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,\ TJid? STUART (etas) NEWS Thardmy, OcfDlN'r 22, 19641t' 11m------ ---=: ---'---- -- --- --'--==---== -- -
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. Prelude to Paul' Rogers Day' on Saturday; 111:1: I I II

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DemocratsOn Planning MotorcadeTo k -

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Saturday, Oct. 24, a motor.
mile tar all Democratic candidate I ,
I' ill, tour Marlin Make Welcome Address at Miami '
County :
nig the voter of the names and 1 .. I p .. / am proud of tins letter and the ii'
q 1IIht'cations of the Democrats

election running by for the office displays|jin ,th*and Nov.decorations 3 Irons Will Serve on the New ?erg? sentiments expressed I. it. It is printed. .-- 'I'I II I I

) on the can and the distnhiition I

All candidates of literature.and friends of State Chamber Committee in this announcement( so that you :::' :I Ir ,

candidate: wishing to enter the David B. Irons, vice presidentof delegates at Miami Beach; Oct. I rl .; r Ii

motorcade the\ Jensen are invited to meet on Pint National Bank and presi.dent 5-28.. a may better know your candidate .. '. I::1,
Cutoff Road between of the Florida Bankers Asociation. '
12 and ]12:30: on that day to re- II i
cave literature for their candidates ointment. by has Florida accepted State an Cham-ap- Democratic ''j. and where lie stands in" the regard of this 1 li'
and assistance in
decorating her of Commerce to serve on the I ( I,
their can, if they have not al. ,
rca h done, so. steering The stale commitee chamber: of is"STAR.recognize Dinner'Out' famous and highly respected United "I N li'l Ili''!
"Since there was such interested 'I' I'
ng outstanding students in Its :I-
and intelligent activity on the '- I IJ k-
Student Teacher Achievement Recognition The $15 dinner scheduled I *
a plate
pan of the students of the Mar States Senator. V,, .
program. by the Martin County Democratic I .
tin County School i in theirrecent
election i High said Mardce Further detail of the STARprogram Party to take place at thehip's f ';
Mrs. al',
be r O\f
will released ac. II'
Lantern on Thursday, Oct
St Clair, Democratic committee Colee I ;: :, '.:i1' III III
member, "we feel sure that some cording to Harold executive 22, to raise funds in support of "
of ,
vice president the Mate
will want to participate. We want chamber. party candidates, has been cancelled 1"1
it was announced Saturday, j
to emphasize that all students are
) Irons will give the welcome ad-
Apparently a delay in obtaining -
welcome, with without
or can. If
drew at the American Bankers AssoeiatiDn i
a suitable for the event
they wish they may out the ,
annual convention of t
resulted In several candidates: and
literature in the various communities conservative '
and will be given special hats invited guests being unable to attend From one
and pins for the occasion." to previous commit
The motorcade will travel from Democratic ments.
Jensen Beach to Iiuliantowa and II
from there to the south county MORE ABOUT another.
line to pick up Congressman Paul Women Will to
Rogers and entourage U| will then Ernest Davis Is .
travel north through the rest of
the county and terminal. on the Rally HereMrs.
Jensen Beach Causeway where the Enjoying Life

Chamber of Commerce: -!sponsored ,)XIardee St. Clair, chair.
free fish fry celebrating "Paul man of Democratic women's activities In 80th Year I
Rogers' Day" will be In progress. with Lillian Pepe, Susan -f'
Rivira Jonne Langbcrg, Sara Wa-
MORE ABOUTBulldozer the, Peggy Langford and Mrs. Ed (Continued from Page I-A)

Moran as co-chairmen, announced conference with opera officials, .
Plows that coffees will be held here for offered him a five-year contract e ,f IIhMM
President Johnson and all Demo. which Davis accepted) ""K'i
critic: candidate front 9 a.m. to In order to give Davis experience t II::
Down SanctuaryOn noon on Monday, Oct. 26. the Chicago Opera arranged 9" t t
i .v 1 Sf1 q ,, ;
and t
AH 1 their families are L.p {
women '
for him to under with ,.r> 9 '
sing contract
E QrifQ
Invited to "coffee and doughnuts"at other This continued r''w..e. y $,
Unlit :
groups. ,
Sea IslandContinued ; m p"-T- ? "'_ *'"'' ,
Jensen! Beach, Stuart, Port Salerno the United States became involved iii i / *>
Hobe Sound and Indian- In World War I I. During ps '
( from Page J-A) town his conflict, Davis joined the ti

She refused permission, stating Similar rallies will be held I YMCA( and sang in military training !
that the land was owned by the throughout Florida, coinciding with camps throughout the country. Msfe .a -
Florida Audubon Society and was ohnson't visit to the state, and he Following the war, Davis moved :: w3; I ,
being preserved as a primitive will receive scrolls listing the names to New York City, where at that fe *'
wilderness area. of those who participate.: time the Metropolitan Opera was u i-- t? N b N'krv !
Mrs. Forrest was shocked when living. performances! !in Lewinohnmoium. ': > ,:* j .4 '- ry;' r bNy
Charles A Bacheller local Audubon : uavts attended a per. I f '
warden reported Monday' Salerno Man ormanee: of "Pagliaccl. Upon ,. II;:

that a winding Jeep trail had been entering the stadium he saw Ernest T ? $
bulldozed out through the sanctuary Hienkel. an official of the ? "
hundred of U e* knocked Facing ChargeOf Met whom he had known in Chi. I
down and Indian mound viclat ago.: Hienkel passed him to a seat ? r' rk ta7ra "
Car TheftTaken without charge. ,
ed.Bacheller reported that he had Davis said he noticed a delay v'; I
found a mechanically disabled bull. In starting the performance!, and '
dozer on the narrow island and! In custody by the SherIffs little did he suspect the reason { 'Ii
that he had warned its two oner. Department Friday Oct. 16, until his name was called. "If rtr 'Ii'I
ators not to do any more "amaactor Will Edward McDonald, twenty, Ernest Davis is in the audience, '
he would arrest,'them- in hii" of Port Salerno and Decatur Ala., he is requested to come backstage hn rC & Mr' rl.flQQ wgtsOn ..e t,, .m,,, s."t.4gr +.,'. ai"'' r WM. n.x., 'I
capacity both a. Audubon Warden charged with theft of an auto. ," said the voice over the rig r 53 GXr t + r' S .,.. I r
and special Florida Wildlife of. lie was picked up at the homeof megaphone. t j n .,.r" ,, N1r1dD agt r t t ,
fieer. Ray Blalock who was arrested The tenor who was to sing thi
Wy; told him that they were and charged with aiding in the leading role had been injured in v. ;s M 4 u t ,>lhf P: N ,1a., Y., at '
doing the bulldozing "for the concealment of a fugitive, accord an accident en route to the stad ? +N N r lip T i3 F > 1 +1n M h1 1'1''
government"Investigatun, ing to Deputy Sheriff Tom Wyatt lum and could not appear. When 1,1
revealed that the Both men art in Jail confronted with' this problem, dear' ? attpa"tlr'm ,
U S. Engineer Corps at Jacksonville A warrant charging McDonaldwith Hienkel, who knew of Davis talent .r nnOt fend aor tdu$ 4 .:.I.Ir I
had ordered the survey to be the theft Wit issued in August had him paged, hoping/ he our riendAhtPxr \\:11
made from Jupiter Inlet to St. at the request of James Santa could fill the role of singing"Pag- ; a- ai& r' : nr
Lucie Inlet In connection with a At that time, McDonald was knownto liuccl. ,DP dozttidence inBP trBtion ,, 1\1\
beach erosion study now under be at Decatur, Ala., but local This Davis could do and did, '. xo hays yo rand is en '
way on Jupiter Island-but that officials said they couldn't get the much to his own satisfaction and '" jflt
the Jeep-trail clearing was done cooperation of Alabama officers: that of officials of the Met. As a a > a eo much tot m IJtr then ever ::
under the authority of the Mock to return him her. result of this impromptu perform. senator. feelntal-, pci plea ,r
on- ,,
ance Davis was called to appear work orient, e Uri F ..errtrT
firm.The Engineer Corps at Jack. APTITUDE TESTS at the office of the Met when he ve fA
tonvilla agreed that it had ordered SET yOH SATURDAY was offered a contract to sing ten ; d tr e a ynt 1III 1III1,1

a survey, but no road-cutting down Fifty-two Martin County High operas This stretched to fourteen f t
the Island. Feeling of Audubon junior and seniors are expected to I before it was completed. ., to anode d vet r
officials I is that It was the Mock take preliminary school aptitude About this time Davit decided
firm's responsibility! since: it had ten at the school on Saturday,I. he needed an agent, so he employ t
:, the engineering contract and di. Oct. 24 beginning at 8:30: a.m., ed Daniel Ma field, one of the best I tot'' tit 1,1,
reeled the work by the Scott firm, Mrt. Made Hucning. guidance known in his During the next
The area ii comparatively open counselor announced Wednesday year Duvls appeared in eighty-si! 11\
and it it apparent that sightings performances in the United States, 11II\
could have been mad and lint. -I tie had msde III! II
run without the snaking: bulldozed bur ForreU. president of the Mar Between that time and 1935, I
trail which was more a matter of tin County Audubon Society, who when he pave up singing. Davis II,
vehicle convenience than one 01 jiMt returned from a conferenceat sot married, lived and traveled In 1''
survey necessity. Wakulla Springs I went to the Europe, made phonograph records [
Mrs. Forrest immediately contacted south boundary of the sanctuaryat and sane with Walter Damroich: e ir.+'' t,
Kenneth Morrison, president ., over NBC, ,, 44t
7:20: UIMo.way, Oct. 19. I II!
of the Florida Audubon So. used the small patrol boot for When hi, sight filled Davis
defY at Maitland, who said: There] the trip from Port Salerno to onened a piano store In New York
Is simply no excuse for such van. Ptck't tAke boundary, City, and maintained it until 1939.
dalism. A cease and desist order I "A large tractor shovel 1 (five* It was In 1939 that he and Mrs. ; ;
will be sought immediately"The Davis mad their first trip t to
was on the Audubon proper 4 M1' .
firm of Icardl and Peyton, ly but no workmen were around, Florida On the Itinerary of that II'A r ,. tv r 4na ,,I
Winter Park, attorneys for the At i about 8:13: aim two men arrived trip was Stuart ind they've been a +EAyf a r r 0 t, ( 4ra{ s' i' i P a e i' II I
rW'l $
Florida Audubon Society has been coming here ever since Their real.) r sw
In a until truck which belonged ar : < '"
instructed to bring action for dam to Scott Construction Company deuce: on St. Icicle Crescent t has situ it'ta .' pl.vK.r{ e"' '*>; r 4* I IX

ages. of Stuart. The men were employed !been "home" for the past fifteen r r. ., i. ., Q r Ott sti '4s T"X i t tPM:1'. : Jstet' 1'1'
According to reports, a five-ton by said company. I years hut they maintain a summer s ,
bulldozer employed on the Job loud them at to what they quei-were home In Erie: !, Pa. .a ; & II I
"made a terrific mesa of trees and doing and the operator of the mt Mn. Davis, a native of Ptnn- r t t'a X .T. 'r ; W
shrubbery," knocked over mark chine: informed me as follows: vtvania. was singing professionally to III
en it one of the Indian mound Th, Scott Construction Company and studying music In New II!
and surveyors drove iron stake was hired by a government York under her maiden name of
into the mound. Mabel. Austin when Davis met
survey to clear a roadway from
County Engineer Bed told! The I the ttnctuary't south end to the her. They were married In 1920, II:
News that when a representative! inlet. The work was started Oct and Mrs.. Davis accompanied her II
of the Mock firm saw Dim, he husband' on all of his
: 17, The survey had already cut sintfnt! tours.
warned "Don't do anything with.' down trees and cleared A graduate of Smith College, '
out permission. I advised them to'I roadway This now partly cleared road.a she earned a master's dent in 'I VOTE FOR AND ELECT i!

contact Nathaniel p Reed or Ad. way extend far beyond the Au- music at Columbia University,
mind Richard Tuggto of the dubon property but is not cpitted. New York City Mrs. Davk is I
Town of Jupiter Island said BelL president of the Smith Colic,
Reed I is in Spain. The Reed fam "A great number of trees werecut Club of Palm Beach. She is a to
Ily deeded the mile el virgin ocean a nationally-accredited flower show I I
down largo
piles of brush
beach to the Florida Audubon Society formed, and Judge.
deep ruts made.
with the provision that it Thit Although he It blind Mr. Davis I
roadway extends the full
mud always remain a virgin wll.derneaa length of the Audubon propertyand keeps abreast of the times by subscribing I JAMES B. WATSON.REPUBLICAN SR. 6
representative of prima
makes a very unsithtly spec to Talking Books" from II
Florida before the advent .f bull
UcW. A great amount of brush" and the Library of the Blind Louisville I
dozers. shrubbery and plant were nit Ky. this provides him with t tNewtweek.
A reversion clause stipulates that from the Indian mounds and the .. Th Reader's Digest
the tract will revert to: the donors historical sign supplied by the mu and other popular publications, in 'I 6R
.in event that roodwtyt are built sewn was removed. Marker tttket audible form at moons at they ap CANDIDATE
or other modernization allowed and pipet were driven on the north pear on the newsstand ll. has I i
which would nullify the purpose bank of th* mound. All planting been an active member of the I iII
pf the tractUniversity I that had been don on the mound New York Rotary Club sine 1940 II
of Florida rttearc was destroyed."Pictures and is now claMed at senior ac ;
teams have been assgined to the' were taken along the tive. Ha is an honorary member I SENATOR [
primitive area to classify aB flora : roadway and the mound all points. Of Stuart Rotary Club
and fauna on It. when most damage w a a done, When this reporter asked Mr. i
Bacheller who had made his Damage wat carefully checked: Davit for hi, opinion about to I
last visit. to the area 'by boat about and corroborated' In photo. In all. day's trend in popular music he Paid Politic! Advertisement, ,
a week before, reported: i seven man-boars replied' with vehemence. _
were on That is
"Upon the request of Mrs. WO- ebecwp.." spent NOT 1I'I111ic.- ___ __ _- ....-.: _.: ___'"- -- '" ___. ,__ .. "_- n "ti=.- : ___. I"


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r THE SWART (Florida) SEWS
J _Thursday, October. 22, 1964 3-A


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Dinner Chamber to Drive End 4 CLEAN UP SALE

O C Ocrr ) Smith will again
how the vie ton' dinner which an
es nually concludes the Stuart Chamber
of Commerce: membership cam
paign Steak will 1 bo served to
members of the winning team and
,the loers treated beans
to !
The Elks Lodge on India mown I
4 j jMa Road will be headquarters for both
P start and finish of this )eurs drive' -PAYMENTS IlL FEB.1965
I It I Ir Is for mcmbin A kick-off coffee
I will be held there at 9 ant Tuesday .
i Nov. 10, and the steak and
beans dinner on Thursday! Nov.
12. at 7 p.m.
i Letters have gone out this week -DOWN PAYMENT NEEDEDJllst

1 from volunteer President workers Ray Cooke"Please seeking I

don stand on formality with this,
however," hIII! Campaign, Chair. I .
man Bill Brmoa, "Anyone who Say "CIIA UGH I Pl.HASB'l
j P will help is urged to call the chamber .
office and get !signed up, This
R Is a necessary and worthwhile activity -
l -and you can have some fun
,p..it in the process" NORGE WASHER
MW' BO.\' W\IS. Kenneth Dclp retiring Boatswain of Ship Volunteer workers will be divided
4H() Sea Explorers umgr.ilulatc *'h.irles Greenlccs as he !gives into the two teams! under!
him his Yeoman s Bulge as incoming Boatswain, Captains Bob McRoheNs and Mike BALLOON ROLLERS
I Greene and will compete under a
point system! Prizes will be awarded
Stuart Sea Explorers in : to the top workers SAFETY LATCH

Court of Honor RecentlyStuart :1 Bible InstituteIs

Sea Explorers !Ship 405. relary: Robert Reed, apprentice' ExpandingAt
held its Court of Honor at the I explorer, citizenship in the home: :
Harold Johns Legion Post 1 last Mac Stuckey yeoman's badge for Hobe Sound C ROLL
week, with i Boatswain Kenneth treasurer: Kenneth Delp. personal G-E VACUUM
Dclp presiding Parents were guestsof fitness camping, citizenship in the I
the Explorers. I home, citizenship in the commune approval has been I
The following boy received ity, cooking and art I given by Martin County: Planningand .
merit badges: Paul Dibble, emergency Charles Greenlees was installedas Zoning Board to Hobe Sound I ANYWHERE
service, and Bible Institute for erection of classrooms -
ordinary seaman new boatswain of the ship CLEANER
and citizenship in the home; David presented yeoman's badge for dormitories, a chapel anda '
Hartltp, apprentice explorer, boatswain library
David Keller, home repairs, auto- Harvey Pi ley, institutional rep I Approval i is based on final plans
mohiling, citizenship in the home, resentative for the Kiwanis: Club, !being' passed architect by a registered engineer 1964 MODKL CMO
citizenship in the community and which sponsors! the Explorers, was or ,
The institute ill
seamanship; Robert O'Hara, ap presented with a plaque of appreciation thirty.five-acre situated on a ALL ATTAClIKMIiNTS;
prentice explorer, plumbing, paint.mg for hit services to the khip Road. tract north o f I
home repairs, citizenship m the Following the Court of Honor, Bridge
home and! yeoman's badge for sec*. the boys served refreshments. 9-Lb. Capacity
T. /*.. Health

' D.A.R. Members Hear Owens Group Meets J Porcelain Tub Purchase of Any G15 or Norge!
Appliance; Not t Listcd in CloseOutBargain
'I The Martin County Tube -
List Below
DetaillnvesUative Group us and Health Association! will have m GuaranteedNOW !
w ea ?
''its first fall meeting on Wednesday
Oct 21, at 7:30 pm. in the
Members of Halpatiokee Chap 'reporting to the Legislature of courthouse.Mrs. hrJt
ter of the D.A.R. held their first the activities of such organizations I Marie McCullough, president i ,
meeting of the season Thursday I to the end that corrective legislation will conduct the business
night at the home of Mrs D P. I may be adopted if found neces session Reports will be made on 2'' I
I>Ikrry in Eldorado Heights with sary to correct any abuses' against schlourships" and patient service
Mrs. James Foster! as cohO\le\l the peace and dignity of the state" I. committees 1 he annual ('hrl'>tmas i
At the business meeting it I II The committee was formed in'' Seal sale will be discussed Mrs, ''I
I was announced that perfume will 1955 for a two-year term and Myrtle Dyer is chairman this year, GENERAL ELECTRIC
again be sold for the benefit of since that time has been reinstatedby All members are invited, The K t ts
the !scholarship fund an act of the Legislature! for meeting is open to the public i $
Representative William E. Ow. additional two-year periods The iCt s
ens spoke on the Florida Legislative term of the present committee will Fair Group Will $11888 FILTER-FLO WASHER
Investigating Committee, of expire with the filing of its reportto '
which he is a member the 1964 legislature. Get $9,500 Sum
This committee is also knownas After conferring with officialsof
the Johns Committee" and i the fBI, the House Committee/ Martin County Fair Associationhas With MINI-BASKET
consists of four members from the'I on Un-American Activities the [ been promised $9.500 by the
House and three members from I Senate Internal Security Subcommittee : Slate Cabinet for a proposed livestock '' $6.00 Mo. 11NE 1201
the Senate. It is charged with carrying I and the American Security '' and agricultural exhibit building .
out a legislative mandate to!!1 i Council in Washington, the COOl.mlttee I'I'i at the South Dixie Highway ,,,.,..,,. .
investigate all organizations whose has engaged in a range of fairgrounds.The .
principles or activities include a investigating activities on homo money has !been allocated 12-Lb Capacity f1
course of conduct on the part of sexuality as it exists! in our state on a matching funds basis, and ,
any person or persons which would today; academic freedom and the I will facilitate the construction of GENERAL ELECTRIC
constitute violence or a violationof ; I attempt by the Communist party the fifth building at the site, sunl- Mini-Basket for
the laws of the state, or would and! other subversive organizations I lair to the cattle building, but with small delicate items
be unfriendly to the well-being and : to solicit speaking engagements on a floor I
i *
orderly pursuit of their personal the campuses of our universities, I I CLOSEOUT BARGAINS i
\ and buineactivitiel! by the and Communist" influences within 3 Wash 2 Itin5c'I'wilperaturetl
majority of the citizens of this the Cuban refugee colonies of f I Hooks DisplayedAt i
slate, as well as the extent of infiltration florida. Old School LIMITHI STOCK HURRY' DOWN h
into agencies: supportedby Hostesses for tht November t
stale funds by practicing homosexuals meeting i will 'be Mrs. Evans Gary More than 5lX new children's 4 Ixmd Si/.c
for the purpose of Sr:, and Mrs. James E BrockMR. I library 'books were displayed Mon- MODU! UKMHIMION HA1 MIWIV
--I I IA Ii It I day through W>dnf Juv. \ ti\ < 2 Speed ,
Martin. $13995MIIIYHU $11888 a ho f, 1
a ,i, I, pm at I r Center the old! high school l 2 Wash Cycles
I !building on East Ocean Boulevard. I -ir (.K 'IV-<1ud, 11Qft f r51'car
lh exhibit, wet supplied by Books MMClIo with Maud 13888
on Exhibit' a national book promotional Warranty
concern i K167u-II laMc or Wall DrmraK

'" Men. "I \I/UI
MUI VAl.(' ):\(' .itrr.itoirYCAMPK.N "I"II Metro TwtrrRC 39595 28888
I ; ENDS OCT. 29
v '467 J A-OK TahU" or Hull. Driuraliir"
The campaign' sell memberships I,
to the Indian River Mutual' fit"" with AM/FM, 37995 28888
Concert: Associations' series 0 f Memo 1 UA"

I way IVA4-M' attractions i is now under I II 'i I RC4133F1; ( I' jaeer rN 54995 42888 21888W

The attractions to be presented A aU
1 hi Fort Pierce this season include: I RC4JJI OK; ; ('-..* fipnkff !Mrro
Nelson and Neil" duo-pianists, De AM/MI Steno I liter 46995 36888 AT SUCH
I cinder: ; the Ruth Mitchell Dane PRICE

Company January; the National !
Playen production: of "Hamlet" i rJIIIA-G1: ruruw. Mm .. 17995 12888
H February; and the Burl family
Singers, March; M7J6''I-U'"' GE ('-II. I'r.N....... NEED A SPARE?
Th campaign will" i I I continue TV A.lai4.al.g. .. 31995 24888
through Oct. 29.

j t i'- CARD OF IllU 1754V 30( *..Cl. IM s;.SrtfckanfesJ2J5Y 46995 37888 USED TIRESMust

U. wish w thank all|| 15995
friend 12888
20" ,,,
and I GI; J Runr Kj Ct
neighbor' fur card and flower
L and all kmdiMMc* thown during Sues Available.
our t bereavement in the .lot of 25995 21888
husband I AtJOY-t; Urdu AiM4NMlk .ly,, ..
AMI: MRS. IUROU) A. PlIJtCE and father, Arthur Wind-
fohr CA2U".Jo.. Caphrlry' L'pri&W/ $400 and UP

Honor Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Laura Wlndfol\r and flllllily I Chess I'rsrer ..... 25995 19888

IIII. TC479X-IM C.. f'L CC IMiiMME -

On Their Fiftieth AnniversaryOn .....tL sips :.""ar.y' I Irc MetCpretw in./ 77995 64888 BRAKES BAD ?

I. TW< au
Friday tveninj. Oct 16 Mr (Charles E Slocum and Mr" and sit ,, .t Lu..1:: r.Lr.Ta.s. IU\E FOUR roRIAMJC IHSIfWASIUJW1IIUL
and Mrs. Boyd Surjuy Manolc4Bav I I Mrs Samuel Dehon who.. wen here ,.JT THKOl 11 "Ml:::=r''w "J.II At.i ,
Purl Salerno entertained with for a month's vat from Long" .....,Ii.JI'UN."ff 11(...,. .lloa', ._ii*,.. .,,...,.....,\" I AlL-.r &O MW ME t)? We Do Complete Brake Work
family dinner. Ciucsu of honor i N J, Mr. Dehon ... 11..
a Branch. a the *s." a., ."tii"Jrf .. *ABOYK: IMI >rr QVAUYY ton VACILM ttZAMMMRA1t1II3
was Mr and Mrs Harold A aunt of Mrs Seirguy and Mrfierce. IMF, ..4 *rtl73i I It
PlCI'ce, formerly o* Long Bench I TVmju* Voo.mWr,. tlMk(I;.rT Aft: IM4, : MCK l>LNIf UN Hoer MOUUJI Fully Guaranteed Charge
JO .igjti '
s J? and now resident of Stuart, The laNe decoratioN wen. gold _*.1' a.
who celebrated their fiftieth wd- m keeping with dw golden mumsMr.yand i I r.-i w' r.,,ice....'- III TSSuiTfiijj
....... .. .....
song" anniversary Thursday Oct v fta'1i1""
< Mr. Pierce M a coenua: of Mrs.Surfuy ),fn. Pure are nSing I ro Ps., of ,:"M .. .... au fill .._, I II
and dw scconj cuuxn of al 114 FUnungo -. Hsva I .,...tI. ,... ,"* u1iAI.i / ., GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
lures E Slixwm.! Mr. and Mrs. .. an xecutrve of the Jerry tws.aftAT: lit 'iiE
| icrcc celebrated their imr* nary Central Power A Light Compmay.retinng .A.e Yarw t Ys.mi..i.a.. II
rr to leasing Long Branch with m I i9MX They fcav to
I family dinner there sons two daughters, aid A&Nara.a.Jda.Jlfrca. ,.tI M, -'I> ,IV,, ,I 287. 242 257 E. OSCEOLA, STUART FLORIDA 28142-43
Other pict wen Mr and Xin. P.M Iw 00:. 1., a>,k>*v>i.. '\t. .J, Jfs/ 0 :

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I 'M TIEVFN OUTBOARD MARINE CORPORATION engineers the Jensen! Beach home of Ralph Evinnidc chairman of the board
( 'd arrive at Witham Field Monday for a threc-dny conference at With them K their host! Evinrude, who welcomed them

Evinrude Engineers Here on Test Plant

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I Eleven Outboard Marine Corporation They were met at the airfield by division dent; H. Larson vice president
engineers arrived at With Evinrude, who stated that construction In the group were: W C. Scott, marine merchandising; C. Con-

am Field in a company airplane I of the corporation new president; J. L. Ravniak, executive"' over, chief engineer; H. Ewald,
Monday afternoon for a three-day testing station on' the St. Lucie vice president: F T. Irgcns, director
i t conferencewith Ralph Evinrude, River waterfront, j u 11 north of of engineering* J. Briggs and manager boats division; D. Wat-
chairman of the hoard of OMC, i Roosevelt Bridge, will start dhort- C. B. Neal, group vice presidents; kins chief research' engineer and
PIt t" earGROUNDBREAKING at his Jensen Death home. ly R. Wallace, financial vice presi R; Lambrecht chief engineer boats"
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r. ::.'''IM:, .....j\-' -.- :..AN1 New Home Is Old Civic Center Building;!

: CEREMONIES tor a Fellowship Hall and the Wesley Fellowship. cass; ; Mrs J. J. Richards! summer teacherof F' "
i four classroom were held at First Methodist Church of Stuart the Matron's ctacx! H J. Mink, representing' the Men's Bible

Sunday afternoon, following a quarterly conference. Taking part class; Captain Warren Corliss, lay leader;, Rev. Allan R. Stuart, Little Dixie Child Care Unit
in the rites were, left to right: Mrs H B. Swtnglchunt, chairmanof pastor, and Dr W S. Bozeman, superintendent West Palm Beach UpgradedENJOYING
the commission on education: Mn E. S. Doherty teacher of District Florida Conference of the Methodist t Church

Little Dixie Child Care Centerin '"" a "'1If tr'w ,T riv. l
'f' '{', !It "
.1 its new headquarter now has :: ; ',!' '..!J<<"Fr ,

Children ar enrollment of forty-five children ,r \ ,K." ," f1 /' ,. +i t1'

OBITUARIES News of Martin I Stuart. A.Housing Krieger Authority in charIof had the the w tl.i!! .del: i :amo P +,

old civic center building on Tenth J(
.. IU i:>.- II JII. Book WeekNational Street and Nassau! repaired and '
County HighBy redecorated, making it art appropriate
NJted Pioneer Radiologist place for the children.

KAY PARADISE Children Book Week At the monthly meeting of the t
... Nov. /1-7, will be observed locally! Little Dixie Child Care Corporation s,
Dr. Hollis E. Potter 84 at the Martin County Public Library the co-chairman, Kerton Francis

I Spanish Club Elects ; with displays in the library reported that Minnie Pearl
Nov I also marks the month. White will be the new assistant for
Died in Stuart Oct. Plans Activities
on 15Dr I long membership drive by the Library I Mrs. Gertrude Walden who is in
i Association, which will holda charge of the center. His< also reported
Sandra Mixon head
Hollis E. Potter, eighty will theSpanish tea Sunday afternoon, Nov, 22, a gift from the 400 Clubof
four pioneer in the field of radi The Club other in officers this year's activities at the library, I $50 for fencing In a play yard
ology, died on Thursday, Oct 15 Williams, vice president Susan I Also as of Nov, 1 tickets to when the sodding is completed
in Stuart. Coulter : i' the travel series, "The World Mrs. Allen the treasurer' reported
secretary, and Linda Bak- f
He was born in Wonewoc Wl? ier, treasurer Around U," will be available from that the refrigerator cannot 4 s tty
on Feb. I 16, 18X0 After attending memhers of the association' and le repaired! Therefore the centeris
Lawrence College, he was graduated field club is hoping to take a will be on sale at the library desk i in need of a refrigerator, with a t ..rotaj
the old
to domain
trip Spanish
B.S. at the University of Chicago and at the tea. freezing compartment.
Augustine and also!
in 1904 He was graduated hold The association is now refurnish The children are very happy
plans to a bake sale and a
front Rush Medilal College i n fDR dance. ing the reading room. with the blocks and other play
1908 but during this period he equipment bought with the money
headed the X-ray departments of ( YOUIIIIMWrR' : BANQUET: CASES: HLFD IN given by the Mental Health Association
both Presbyterian Hospital and CIRLUII (OUR r for that purpose. Sincere
Cook County Hospital, terminating The Youthpower Banquet was thanks were extended to that group
his relationship at Cook County held! Thursday Oct. 15, at Julian (Chaucer)) I (for lit generosity, to Andrew Bir-
Hospital" :in 1909 and Presbytenan D. Parker Elementary School Molly Ramey vs S. Lebron key for hit recent generous gift,
Hospital i l In 19M I In 1910 Youthpower is a nationwide food Rantcy, divorce T. 0, Houk, attorney and to> all the other cpntnbutors I
he established!' offices at 1 I-J South I educational program t< i. who have made it possible to x r Y
Michigan, where he practiced until nutritional standards, knowledge: Walter R. Creel adoption of carryon this work k

hip l retirement in 1956. of food! and the food Industry, and minor child T C. Houk attorney. The parent of the children are \,
In 1912 he married Blanche I create new interest t in food related Donald W Stewart vs Marguer appreciative of what their childrenare :

Morse. of Dillon, Mont, To them careers The students chosento ite M Stewart, divorce. W R, learning in addition to being ENJOYING the Little Dixie Child Care Center at the Civic Center are these' children playing with
one son. Robert Morse Potter, was attend were picked because of Scott, attorney well cared for, said Mrs Walden blocks donated by Mental Health Looking on are Mrs Gertrude Walden director of the center,
born. grades, leadership, and interest Betty Ann Wig em vs. Ralph OWiggin Visitors are welcome between and her assistant, Mrs Minne Pearl White.
Helbelonged to tile major na I HOI I.IS E, POTTER: Four members! of the local group divorce W. 1. Boss, attorney I ant, and J p.m.
will be chosen
tional radiological societies and at a pizza party --------- -

served as president of the American was in All Sumts Cemetery, Jensen -! Jan 14, 1965 to attend the I state Everglades Federal Saving A CECIL JOHNS: AT WANTS 1'0 THANK BUTIFR'S CHEAP: SO SOLLY IIONLABIF DI'KDick
Roentgen! Ray Society in 1921 Beach Johns Funeral Home conference as delegatesC loun Association, Belle Glade vs. STATE BOARD MEET OUIII SAMARITAN 'BY "llth MINUIP;
He was a founder and first president was in charge of ArrangementsMIIDRtD Paul Joseph' Bruen, Stuart, mortgage Lesneski president of St.
of the Chicago Roentgen Society IK FR1.EAIH:RS SPONSOR foreclosure Allen Jones and Cecil Johns, a member of the Mrs Dorothy Blanche of La. A pound of butter cost' twen- Lucie County Band Parents Association

and held office in the American YANCEY TAYLOR PU RALLY, BONFIRE Mathews attorneys for the plain- State Board of Funeral Directorsand gurta' Avenue, Stuart, was returning ty-two working minutes on the asked The Stuart News

College of Radiology / Mildred Yancey Taylor, wife of In preparation for the Fort tilt Embalmers for Florida, was home from her job as an X- average in 1957. compared t to Friday night to apologize for the
Ho received honorary member- Dr John E Taylor Jr. of 904 Pierce-Stuart football game, t h e Debra (Common Law) in Jacksonville Tuesday and Wed- ray technician in Martin Memorial workers pay then Now it costs' inconvenience caused' those Mar
ship/ in Roentgen societies cheerleaders held a "bonfire and and Catherine Kennlvton tin Countians who paid for reserved
,including many New York, Detroit! Minnesota I Burton Woods Road, N.E? Atlanta pep rally Thursday night at the minors, through George PKenmsion nesday where the board is holding Hospital when her car went nineteen working minutes. Americans parking, only to find themselves
: (Is., passed away the mornIng ) their father laU' examinations for down into a ditch at the Palm 19
Argentina and Colombia senior high practice field vs Doro qualified now spend cents out of in a pond caused by Hurri-
,and received the singular honor of I Illness of Wednesday of sevens Oct 14, afteran The cheerleaders also promoted damages Bilker and David Brown, applicants for embalmers aid fun Beach Road U. S. I intersection' each dollar for food, the lowest cane I oell. He promised that such
''award of gold medals by the Radiological months. school spirit by making victory in excess of $20,10)) )( Burton eral director licenses' Board members on the afternoon that Hurricane figure for any Country in the free a thing would never happen again..
Society of North America The funeral services were held posters. Their effort proved to be & Burwell attorneys. We took the liberty of assuring"
In 1921, the American Rocnt In ttlit"; on Saturday afternoon, I worthwhile as the Tiger heat the 1-ocay Elli, and George Ellis i from District were. in charge Iitbell hit Stuart. A young boy world! It costs a Russian worker Dick that, in view of the thumping
gen Ray 'Society in 1937 and the 2 clock at Glenn Dan McCarty Eagles 25.0. vs Dorothy L Baker and David of the examinationsPOLIIKIXISS from Port Salerno stopped and 5J per cent of( his income for the Tigers administered to the
'American1 College of Radiology in Memorial Methodist Church Dr J. Brown, damages in excess of came to her aid and returned her food. These. figures were released' Eagles. we felt sure that Martin
,1957 (in. recognition of his contribution Eugene T Drinkard and Rev. C Blood Drive tl.(KM), Barton A; Burwell. attorneys i ?\11,1NY.MOU111ED to her home. He didn't give her I by the "Only 19"* Committee of Countians would forgive him. We
to the development of radiology C Buckalew officiated Intermentwas on his name and she would like to the "food l II a Bargain" campaign, I omitted to promise' that no such
in Moral Hills Memory Gardens Election kilgore !Seed> VHen. thank him for his I a united industry effort I
In this country and the Day / Company I until some child's is assistance grocery thing would ever happen again!
worlcTAlthough : I II ry C'rewjudyment of $1,68941. mt: or an innocent life eye \is -- .-- ...---- -
Dr Potter had a brood Mrs Taylor was formerly Mildred I' A blood drive Is scheduled for I Jones! Adams, Paine & Foster, lost Then every politician running
Yancey, daughter of Mr and election day, Tuesday, Nov attorneys.
interest; In the technical and diag 3'1 for county offices in Novemberwill }Az
of Rocnt ginology'. Mrs. Douglas Yancey of Coving at the Woman Club, from Alexander Puts" administratorof I suddenly wake and opc"their
his principal, contribution was in) ton Ga. She was "born June 19 am, to 6 pm. First t, cast your vote the estate of Naioma Pitts, deceased mouths said an up out-of-town
the field of scattered radiation. 1924, and dls survived by her parents for the candidate of your choice vs. R. M. Pitchfor dam- recently, referring to
In 1917 hd perfected the moving husband, four sons, but vote; then give a pint of bloodto aces in e..ceor $1,0(1)( ( Carroll the newspaper! fact that a neighboring coun-
grid diaphragm which first permit John E. Taylor) III, Stephen David the account of your choice, but Dunscombe, attorney. laws to stop shooting

ted critical evaluation by X-ray and Bret give. warms near residences. "If every I'--
W large regions of deepneated! structures Dr. Taylor, who was born and If you have enough blood credit BURKIY: ON SIJWSVISIT politician . open their +e Y
such as the lower spine. This raised in Stuart, Is the son of Mr. to your Individual account TO ITORIUV mouth!, what are they insinuate i ,,
device, the moving grid diaphragm, and Mrs. John E. Taylor of 206 please donate a pint to the Martin Albert R. Burkey Jr, electrician's np: that politicians have two headsor
has been in constant use through. Atlanta Avenue and the brotherof Memorial Hospital account for mate third class, USN, son of Mr. merely are two-faced?
tout the world, almost wherever Mrs Celia Cazort and Mrs" Indigent patients and Mrs. Ervin C Voltz Sr., Stuart -
X-rays are used His Interest inbckntlfic C. R. Ashley of Stuart "This.. expression of civic responsibility recently visited Fort Lauderdale -
( matters extended further will not only benefit aboard the submarine tender
into the development of the moving 1----1 i the Indigent who nocOs our help, USS Howard W Gilmore. While Current payrolls of around $125,*
grid and its application to special I hut l will he of considerable assistance In the Florida chy, the Oilmen 000)(J( for teachers and other per. I' '
uses and many phases of .",n. eighy-one. to the hospital In broadening held! "open house for thousandsof sonncl: have been approved by the :.f. '
End radiologic i McClure'l' Its services to residents and school. board The board' also I
diagnosis including i Stuart, died at Martin visitors southern Florida residents and ap* -, f TI
the early development of the practical Hospital Tuesday evening : to Martin County," a spokesman visitors. The sub normally operatesout miniature chest film. said of S, C XX) for current .
f brief illness' Charleston expenses.k. '
Following a .
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During the Century of Progress .. ,.
She of Carter
was a native County CALL FOR BUM ON 1 I \ \
he I
Exhibition not
only -
headed Ky, and hud been a residenthere AN INltRCOM: : S\SIEM:: ,
fcd in the X-ray exhibit but I "' : .
for .li
the '
Water sports in 1933 Dr. Potter member of the past Christian':: Church was a Superintendent Tom Crook was N #k@i ,'a ,ry1,' .wfrter "1 ...''' ..,.'..'...' : J' '(f,, ", ,.

\Was a member of the University of Kentucky and attended the authorized by the school "board I .- ;. ..' .;;:'
pub of Chicago and the Chicago Church of Christ; Stuart to call for bids for a new or used I (I 011IoJ ':. .,
Yacht Club where he served as Intercom for East n'n .
system Stuart
Commodore She is survived by a ion, Raymond i .... .
of temenlary, formerly Stuart Tram ,
McClure Stuart
Since his retirement he had one log School, i .
tnade his home at Snug Harbor in daughter Mrs Zella Strezoff: of w ,
k q. 3
Stuart and served here on thehoard Studio City, Calif. and one brother : a o
of Martin Memorial Hospital I J. C Glancy of Cocburn, Va.Fun"a' James Oliver had just arrived "t> ,' ,., ,, '. .
services and burial will on ... .
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Tuesday for the "winter ; \..-, f :-i ; :'
take Mount Vermin, :
place in Ky. ; "
'' h survived. his I I
He by wife f is Mn. Yigvrline was a native of f ,. ,
Johns Funeral Home in
Blanche, of Stuart; a son. Dr. Robfcrt of local charge I I Indianapolis/ !, Ind. and active in '. ..
Morse Potter of XVinrtetka 111 arrangements church
: and social organitations.. .' :
three' grandchildren Mrs 1h ?.. She was a member: of the Jensen ,
beth Oiler, Evanston! III.. Robert MRS. JEWIII ESIIIFRYAGERLINE Beach Community Church and the .
jvl_ Jr and Miss! Hollis V Pettier Jensen Beach \\omtns Auoctation. fr', r .
tot Winnetka 111; three sisters, Mrs. Jewell Esther Yagerline, Martin Memorial Hospital, S'SI ,
Mrs. George F. Barber of Cincinnati seventy-four, of Park Road, Jen Auxiliary, and the Red. Cross Vol. ,' d 1 4'IA d s y ,t ,, ,
Ohio., Miss Mary Potter Ra I sen Beach suffered a fatal heart Unteer Production group. She is ;
tine.' WiL, and Mns Ruth Potter I attack on Oct. IS and died in Martin survived by a daughter, Mrs. R.
t>t Lake Mill. Wis. One sister I Memorial Hospital shortly after James Oliver of NoMesville, Ind.. .
Grace. Mrs. Cyrus LJppitt precedW admittonce two granddaughters) two broth V*,
him in. death t. I She was a resident of Jensen en and two titfers.! 1
Funeral nerviest alCTauheld I in Beach for fifteen years; she also Services and burial will be in Yt'RS OF TUB \*'I IK- Many Rchnbtrf, No. 66. left and
fct Kfwy 1pwi: at I had a summer home In llppecanoe I Indianapolis Johns Funeral Home Clark ("oIliM.j. '41 were named Players of the Week for the READY FOR HOMECOMING at Murray High School en Oet JO ant Miss Mum.
2 p.m.,, Saturday, Oct 17. BurialAad1a.A Lake, lad. Her son-in-law, R. M u charge of local arran emCDts. Palm Beach: and Fort Pierce games, respectively, WuTwms. center, and her attendants, Betty Holtoway, left, and Teresa Harry, right High, Winifred


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"" THE STL ART (Florida) NEWSThursday. '
"I October 22 1964 5AMMxmr j
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I (Oct. 16 InchwK)
M Ksrp
Pjlm finch < 0 0 75 7
fors l Hill 4 () I) 79 19
take Worth 4 I IV.ro 10M 40
Reach 2 3 0 SO 19 yourdlike
S UfLSl: I I 1 13 14
RrBuikh<; : I 3 1 211 4'1
ald M t.rtnlInl, \ I 2 0 23 27 11
Hi ik ihk' 1 iI 0 41 MlI )
I errs! 1"1" I 0 41 wpahoLr +
.0 4 \I) I0 I 4ftorniR to know
Y suMovsr SCORES The Dairy Council of

+a Palm Reach 14 Severest 0 South Florida Is proud

Rtuera Heath: 7. Pah"'ken 0 to print Certificate of
s IjkcVorlh 7, Vero Reach 6HUSTON'S M.rlt Awards to There
w de..rvmg young p opl.

r w .for outstanding

I octlvdiei and *x.mplaryladrthlp i I
r / honoring' both j
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utt* "" family and community.ROBERT .
FUI BACK TERRY ROGFRS ((60 vhitc) ) was stopped this lime, ran eleven yards around his own left end fVJ1e\ Tiger fourth I
but the Eagles couldn't Mop him In the fourth quarter, when he Tp, anJ a 2M(0) victory

Grid Prospects Appear Rosy Here 4 I' il

NF.\RI.V 1 INIFRCIFill) by Mike Cnwk ((1r; \\hitew\ this

Faglc pass play' Friday The Tiger defended well against Dan J
NUCarty aerial attack i in winning 25-O.:! (on their upponcnK

As Tanks in Tigers Crush Eagles field). -- ---, .- y-- 1' h, -

MANVIrE: B\Y 1() Monday Nov. 2. at 7:V 0) p m

Now that Martin County Senior way through the opposition as they can: he the one we've been waiting It was Mike, Crook' turn to get RK The: /ONK Zoning: SUBJrCI rkxird of Adjustment| I to regulations h'lIrl o appeal< lots 7 vn and the 10)"of"'ill'l OFFICE: FQUIPMUNTOscr \ : APPLEGETBob

I High ha put some tanks in Usligert I did at Fort Pierce Friday to the for a winning season. into the act in the third quarter\: of Martin County will hold a public revised pint of Manatee Hay l As..II. 2H7-M99 \ .U a straight: A
capable of barging their : tune of 254)) it looks as if 1964 I True the Dan McCarty Eagles when he passed to Wood for a 41-' hearing at the courthttute on division. tu.lnt at Dan :Me-
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---- ---- had the weakest defense in the yard play to the Eagles' one from -- High School,
Suncoast Conference 114 there Clark Collins went over' .. r s I I ,,:wo... n* It I j Junior
points against in three conference left guard for the third 1 D. The '. tromhune
and play
The only Night Club in Martin County and one non-conference games kick was off. GOLFNew In the band. Bob laart
prior to Friday r but they had Rogers, who shared the fullback outstandlni swim
atkrJamr' scored 41 points, and had never'ailed chores with Merklmgcr went user, too. H* *apart .
LIVE MUSIC to \score\ in twenty-one' consecutive around his own left end for the County Golf & Country Club of the tam repretenting
I games. The Tigers had final score from the 12 midway Mi dlotrlct
"The mustered! only 13 points all against through the final quarter bene- sass sr. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Junt befit crowing at the state i Junior
e : I Dkccchohce in the opening non filing from a terrific block from rye New Brldip to Heath Olympic Swimming
conference affair but had yielded Danny Kilbourne.The Sleet lie task first
& only 27 points against two Sun Tigers blocking was a feature COMPLETE Greens Fee181IOLK \ '* In the difficult
SAT. coast contenders Seacrest and of the game, exceeding any COURSE $3.50 too ymdbutterfly r
9 P. M. TILT Palm Beach. such effort they have put up in event
Feh. Friday the Tigers discovered four seasons FLFORIC CARPS $6.00 for 18 ll.>l_$4.00 for 911o1nAIEAIBERSIll1' .
War .u lOiindi for W.tu.l. Twl.t, the Ram from
they could cope with a pass attackand Next Friday
> Fnic. .lc. Com Join th. fun. Glade will, be here for Rp.m. r ;
which is more important Belle an : I
TWIST CONTEST that they could! score. kick-off in what could be I : '
It was a true team effort the the key game of the year. Still a II MFJMBFRSIIIP IMIIAIION:' FEE: IOO'OO
SUN. 4:00 1O 7.00Prli : Tigers' four touchdowns coming scrappy ball club (the Rams are r SIM.LK:' !MtMBtRHIIIP .. 1It1.00
(or the wlnnlnc coupl. ,1. r from four different hacks. with not the team of the last two sea '., 1 IMHJBIF MrMBrKSIIIP: : 10tl.00 i f

Mill more players helping to set up son*. They lost to Vero. Forest. ....... 10 PLAY BOOKS 0.00 if:1
the scoring positions.It Hill and Lake Worth before beating PLAY IIU) 53.00 -
FREE DFLIURY.: was Rick ScammeU's punt in- Riviera 20-7 and! Clcwiston {'().\(1111\1 N\\IISKY!'/ 20
to the F.allleend zone that Marled "-13. They have scored 5b pointsto 30 HAY ROOKS 75.00.,

Phone 287-1586 for All Brands of the first scoring set-up in the. 7J. I Jaguars Lose 6.0 DRIVING RANGE AND C01\lPI.F.TE COIF MIOP "
this j
should PAT
second quarter The Eagles gained I Martin County win nun DRINKS AND 1UMCIIFON9
only MX! yards in two plays he- (game, particularly if they have GRAVES
FINE WINES & LIQUORSTriangle fore being penalized 15 yards and the turnout their effort so far To St. Lucie Jrs. MATT !MOORK:, Pro ROB1 f M. >\lI.I.IAISlIP'\ Paitle I Scout Pat was
their kick was returned to their this year warrant. A win on Fri
26 on a nice run by Eddie Clifford, day, and the Tigers should disposeof Stuart Junior High Jaguars lost Dial I 2N7.221.fGWiiISi nn of four Vtr
who like many Tigers, played his Pahokee. away Oct. 30; Vero, 6-0 I to St. luck Junior High at (each Ray Scout
"best game of the still-young season here Nov. 6, and Riviera Beach Fort fierce Saturday, the homo who attended the
Terry Ropers Gifford Jerry Merk- away Nov 2) at least.A team notching: a touchdown; on a Sixth National Jam. C
LoungeOLD linger (twice) and Buck Mauldin all\ homecoming crowd could' egg pass play In the second! quarter .,,,,, bOC/1FFI'F: OPrN1: ftiJOMIOUMMK \ hurtS ul summer Valley rural It"
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shared In taking the ball to the them on to a victory over Lake 'Our J"guarI.t their teeth es'. : 7.0(1CONIINtOUS : ( a a patrol
three from where Merklinger went Worth here on Nov. 20 and a win commented Couth Jim Nuvitskybut
the Jupiter
DIXIE HIGHWAY, NEAR RAILROAD STATION over for the first touchdown. Mar at Forest Hill on Nov. I U i is no( he went (Ind\ forecast that : : ( ) 0,1'1'y.I SUN.) teals Gulf At Stream

___ ly Rehnbcrg's kick was good, but impossible.. his leant wouldn't lone any more, --1.- _... __ rotmcll 'Camp. h*
---- ----- -- --- --- a penalty took the ball hack fifteen But don't get swelled head until gjme, cuunnellor Rob
i yards and the second ,knap after N6v' 25 reliant If t'* keep After an open data next Salur Wednesday, Thursday. Friday. Saturday I II was InlrnviiKl I In the
was fumbled., those tanks moving, Tigers! day the Jaguars, now I I.?. play pWI I. tic and praeIksr -
Just before the half Mauldin Si. I lucie here on Oil 31: Paholee. lie
t"k"' r ITtNAT.0-60".GUY.... AND.. THAT"SYt....$.Yt"SARI.. ever day
sneaked over from the two for the COUNTY ROAD WORK away in I non-conference ...... ........ li a noiihiirnnr! at
t ... .. ,
,l 7. and finish their : I't '
second \score\ one of his passesto Dickerson Inc.. on a county lame on Nov = : j VrrO rVirh IIKIt
end Johnny Wood helping to I contract, has Marled repaving Avis Lake-Coast Conference season S .
get the hall there. This time Rehn- Avenue. Cocoanut WaY and Karin gamut Vero Reach here Nov '14 ,
4 bergs kick counted I Drive in hobo Hills. All games Mart it 7 pm. a; 1 a a -
iqdt i\
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:l' Viva L s vegas '

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2"" I. (I CYNTHIAFOLDS.' J.... COt

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Cynthia was OM dour
Sunday Monday Tuesday 11'ednesdaySAMUIL ( Girl Sainra wife.
hvlpod\ with till .tor,'
UUU hour at tin
BRONSTOU Indian BJv.r County
Library lost nmvtmhanted
In Honda. SOWS LORENSfEPHENBOYO IN', Each week they

ALEC GUINNESS mall children grasps with of

at beer is natural howl and storks
a picnic, a / THE MEL% and contributed a
Mal let UM
When you're relazmrog.t your fsvor to outdoor beainy spot whit x ROMAN EMPIRE JIM", '* nadlne program .
f rends or family,and your thirst's whetted by fresh air and tier.risethat' il. 1 R .*, UlTIA-MHAVISIO** Cynthia U aalxth
of beer. In & al toSthool **-
cool glaa grater
i the meal time for a mrmiuig TICHNICOLOI
fact,you can name your recreation-iwimmmg, hiking, or )just .ad nwfttltJ:
in the world fit*a \.
watching TV-and chance are nothing quaa v
n well ss beer. M a .a V Join\ M,won't yw,
Your familiar glass of beer!'a also a pleasurable reminder that In honoflofl the" fbiyeas *

*f live hi a land of personal freedom-and that outright to enjoy .opl....
beer and ale,if w* ao desire,a juts one,but aa important one,of -
-ml |the hvn V* those personal freedom JOHN IRLDWO. art FEKRO? OMAR SIIARIF,ANTHONY QUAYLE (/he..i..who zee our

la norida..beer sow with fan,with relmtiot YOU'D BETTER: BELIEVE I IT At the bottom of this pile U Tiger Fullback" Jerry rklmgrf and .S.f AmMIr ....i'--M.1.. r.t..ti. ho.oncI ear teurNT'a"
tNTTED RATES WUWIX ASSOCUTJOld IN& th* baL The referw found Jerry and the ball and awarded the Tigers the first of their four (Will' IWWUtl I MIHdll HUM M_ awe'..sa.a coal tsar arse twits. I hop. 'foe )the M r..

P.a amt tot worm Ito slaw touchdown --_. _-- ----.. u__ -, -- -__
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rrviov.: TOUT TIE Last! A Aid i f""l.ralJ
CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. I IN Esther WOMLVS Fenton!' COIF and tea Todt Hearing ',

ld for rust place in th* Mind.. {llf/flet1
Millions Wear!
"EVERYTHING FOR YOUR lOA mG rt..EASt.'RE"fIaiJ' H hole tourney over 9 holes IUM-
days play of the Lady Golfer
utouT gn tt'lift pIM
Aaihorb4CHRISCRAFT Awociatum of Martin Countr.
Over IS hole, Eau e'jcefn
w..Iv.l.d..4 e.hlta., MMn.ld N..'
Li won low net and J,1it HanxU Mn..i. *.d. s.oa'I' e, nitro/.nor/
'SEA SKIFF low pun. "
Member of the iroup art rt*I
JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER THUNDFJUtUU MAISAfl minded of the titlf. day of the 14 .spas hNg M etas.r
'Upper list<< Cast Lady (j lf.rAMoculton. I Oar H M MM fr..M t I IA
to N held at Port MMMw *MICM *MM* LM a..,.t..e
I Si LOCK on Thursday and Friday, I '.5// a at pal.rwr a1Ma w .N r'Jassyo.. ll..r .
Oct 29 and 30. .aw.hw ra w a C..... ,)

J JUNIOR HIGH CAMF4CIUN .,- ... a..l.r.q I' ,

.,. j; SERYiaMARINA nI ARANCK: = ,.. Y..,. N huNtl : ....trye..eU
II'- '' ''' The Junior School foot. tr
High .
tea. ,,,,, I
GRUMMAN :I ball I learn wiO r. allied( to taw
till foMbaO fell feturday night ru---- r..1.1,r ar F:.I:{,III, y

AMHUCA-J fINEJT UN'Q I I for ft nmr* athntuk, an4 tofS ltrslarergy OFSOUTH
chugs cent student and 75
444 tOUTC W. WO-JTENSI cent adult adauwton, Ih). tdI oc4 ''''-'"'- "! 1t* i fLORIDA
IUD'.J I board decided Monday. t SHI ..w. ... MwgPMd.

I A.\iIIO'un non I MINI" .
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'. THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS applied for a building permit some -
Thursday. October 22, 1964 months. ago, and its iiMie was refused Stuart Woman Club Host rln

The City now has a rujht-of-way
Right-of-way and Johnson may obtain his bulking To President Council MeetThe
permit when he wishes, '
Woman's Club of Stuart t a' r 'j
Dispute SolvedThe Robbins L Conn, Delruy Beach;
Hodges, Ingle was hot to a Presidents' Council Mrs J. E. Stookey, Fort PICKL! : ( 1
II Wednesday meeting of the senior presidents Mrs. Olin Goodwin, Okccehohcc : wt
land dispute between R. V of District 10 of the Florida Federation Mrs. Frank Disney, Coterie slab
Johnson and the City of Stuart. Senator Randolph Hodges, head of Woman's Clubs, Friday, of Fort Pierce, Mrs A. ChauiKy t aFMsa
concerning the ownership of a of the Conservation Department Oct 16 at the clubhouse. Crawford, West Palm Beach, Mrs ,
section of Seventh Street WM let- and Dr Robert Ingle, in charge Mrs Vincent J. Welp of West C. R Vanderveer. Stuart: Mis/
tied out of court last week, when of salt water research were to confer Palm Beach, director of District Gladys Hope, Row-land; Mrs. A. Ji"'t'
the City paid Johnson $2,750 for with Representative William 10, presided W. ButUrfttki, Jupiter Mrs. Lee t J
land to adjust the location of a E. Owens and ROM Witham here In attendance were the following Withers Lantana publicity chair- e a : i qA 4
rild1t- .way. Wednesday afternoon. presidents: Mrs. Ethel Johnson man for District 10, also attended e'e
The confusion apparently! arose The Conservation Departmentis Pahokee; Mrs. John W. Massey this meeting.The .
because deed to the right-of-way, conducting laboratory and field Sr, Wabamo; Mrs. Joseph following members of the
purchased by the City' from Jessie research here on the spiny lobster Throckmotion. Vero Beach; Mrs, I executive board of the Stuart Wom .
E. and F J. Frazier in 1927, had Fred H. Duds, president of Indian 'I' an's Club served luncheon to the a 1.Jft. ..
never been recorded and Johnson MUNICIPAL COURTI River County Wabasso!! ; Mrs group: Mrs Andrew Ferra, Mrs. ,," L
and his wife had since purchased ; Margaret Heckler: Mrs. James Da :f'. :. .
property including the Municipal Court Tuesday ley, Mrs. Vincent Vilardi Mrs <<'- --- _- _.._.:..:: _:...;"".;L Commission r..rre ,1 R'
evening Judge Harry F. Dyer imposed to Peter Gucsno, Mrs. Peter Cecilio,
way without apparently riaht-of-I' eight fines; continued two Ask Pipe PermitMartin Mrs. Joseph Penrod, and Mrs. ATTENDING the Presidents' Council meeting of the senior Mrs Lee Withers Lantana, Mrs. C. R. Vanderveer, Stuart, Mrs.
of the City's in(west cases; entreated! one bond and deferred Hugh Gawn.James. presidents of the District 10 of the Florida Federation Of Women's Robbins Conn, Dclray Beach; Mrs. Joseph Throckmorton, West
tion came to light when Johnson sentence In one case.! County Commission will Clubs, Friday, Oct. 16 at the Stuart Woman's Club were, seated, Palm Beach, Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Pahokee; Mrs. Frank Dancy,
---- -- apply to the State Road Department left to right: Mrs Olen Godwin, Okeechobee, Mrs Vincent J. Fort Pierce, Mrs. Fred: H. Duda Wabasso; Mrs. J. E. Stookey,
for permission, to hang a water Wimbley Welp, district director, West Palm Beach, Mrs. John W. Massey Fort Pierce, Mrs. A. W. Buttcrmicld, Jupiter; and Mrs. A. C.
JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC.Just I main under the Indian River Sr, Wabasso; Mrs. L. E. Hope, Rowland. Standing, left to right: Crawford, West Palm Beach
Bridge. leading to Hutchinson: Island Drowned When
North of The Arch Jensen III
: Beach: Florida
Southern Gulf Utilities is financing I
Box 575 Route 707 'Phone 287-2732 the bringing of city waterto After His HatA
the island, but the state requiresthat

WindsorSkyline A merican TitanOur an official body get the per. Negro from West Palm Beach,
mit. James
Wimbley, forty-two, drowned
couches offer many unexpected advantage you would NORTH- -- CANAL-ROAD- Saturday, Oct. 17 while fishing
hardly expect in even the finest! of standard homes. PLAN FOR FU1URE from a barge in St. Lode Canal 4 '/
near Indiantown.
floor plans galore for every conceivable: taste and need. Martin '
County 'Is currently attempting Deputy Sheriff Frank Prevail ypy
Ruggedly built well Insulated for comfort and adequately to secure r1aht-o -way reported that Wimbley fell between
heated storage for everyone In the family. for a future road along the north two barges while reaching for his !
Spaciousness: for easy living h combined with Minsk warmth of side of St. LUCK Canal from In- hat which had fallen from his I j
diantown to Loop Road, it wasrevealed head. He disappeared and the body
decor to give you living at IN 'best.
this .
was recvoered laterMIVSIONARY .
These are home that' make housekeeping a real delight. ",... .. 7'1
'"'""" > "' seo++sgaw+orusuvwr .r '"n III /1
Mobile I lumen are for people who demand complete comfort
and convenience: on either a small or large Income. SALERNO NEWSMRS.

Just' a few of the specifjeatlons -
MARY BROWN, Correspondent' AT 7.2996 ry !M .
Guaranteed lifetime aluminum exterior", baked on finish. J
High quality built to code construe lion. ._.... ". ." 1- .s-iow .,aawM.. .. s } ssx

Warp free cabinet doors, wardrobe and partition doors. colaellel Art / SO)(lE1: Y
Fiberglass" Insulation In floor walls, celling. MET MOMMY: MGIIf

House type extruded door (awning or Jalousie). The Victory Circle of the South- > .1
Plumbing and wiring of the highest' standard for lasting' protection ern Methodist! Missionary Society
met Monday night at the home of 2n
: lint grade appliances and furniture NAME BRANDS
Mrs Anna Woodtton on Snake
Frtgldaire, General Lit*trie:, Dixie, etc. Road.

Eye level ovens, counter top burners optional. JACK'S GULF Planrf were made for both circles
Hurricane: positive tie down provlr Ions optional. STATIONAll of the church to hold a bake
sale. Dec. 5, in front of the Post rjTJ'f
Kitchen: appliances: and bath room fixtures In colors of your M
Office in Port Salerno,
Sanrkst Guaranteed
choice. Interior color harmony by experts. .r ?
at 8 a.m.Those
Jack: Saodderson, Owner e I
NOW SEE; THE NEW 65's attending the meeting ? Y
41A Port Salerao AT 7.2021 were Mrs. Winnie Thompson, Mrs.

Pat Bowen, Mrs. Ellen Witham, L
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J Mrs. Jo Black. Mrs. June Bennett ; ; ;
I Mrs. Marie Sianger, Mrs Helen
Plyler, Mrs Pat Pedersen and A+
Blakely S DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE Mrs. Peggy Oshorn.

\lrt II\LLO\\t PARTY

The Port Salerno Firemen's Aux- pq
I ;,. iliary met Thursday evening at +eN tMa ,r
the firchouse. ;
: i
After the business\ meeting a ,y4{ ; .# ..
t 11 Halloween, party was held. Games '. "'.1 'II!........ ..,,<<
with/ prices highlighted the eve.nms < .,
'0'i. '
and refreshments were served:
J, d \
,Sp PIA MEEISSiCounty:
Council Parent Teacher -
Association! of Martin and I. ,.
Okcechobce counties held its first ( y #' 4Ti ix' i
meeting for this year in the school:
cafeteria in Indiantown Monday

SoAJ i evening ThoM) were from Mrs Port Vicki Salerno Prosk attending I PICTURE OF A GOLD MINE

? council president, Mrs Willie Lukens -
!, Mr. Dorothy Hite, Mrs
Ardath Thompson! Mrs. Ellen Martin. \ County Is growing to fast. It's bard to keep up with H. Every: lime you turn around .1\ebody.
Lowe, and Mrs. Mary Brown planting a new grove tying out a sub-divklon. or pouring foundations for a new shopping center: Bursting -
at the seams and spreading out aU over Now with water to Ilukhinsitn: Island and beautiful U. S.
CIITT (CHAT 1 completed thing will no doubt move even '''er. !Martin County's growth Is not going unnoticed: by
NEW SWEATERS JI"" Mr and Mrs.. P. O Smith and outside Investors who have seen the same thing happen elsewhere. We would like to see our local: friends
h daughter spent the weekend near and neighbors benefit from our growth and we are prepared to present several very desirable Investment
A very special pureluuw early In the f Tallahassee, visiting i with Mr. and properties for your consideration
b Mrs. J. B Laws Mrs Laws is Mr.
season enables these savings every culling Smith's sister. The Laws returned

fusliiun highlight Included. Orion, fur 1j /' ail' in with our the community.Mr. Smiths to.visit a few days U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 1 FRONTAGE

blends, mohair, some beautifully trimmed R r and Mrs. Fritz Anderson
t spent the weekend in Miami visitIng
with applique and embroidery. Sl/es 34 lo 46. 4Y
f their daughter, Mrs. William

$7,98 to $29.98 "ox.Mrs.
P. O Smith and Mrs. Polly .
Miller spent Monday in Vero
Beach, where Mrs. Miller is receiving FABULOUS RIVERFRONT HOMESITES
a check-up after her recent *
eye surgery.

Mrs Margaret Rhodiiy, Coral
Gardens, was guest of honor at LOW PRICED WATERFRONT LOTS
a "col fee-cuke" party at the homeof
Mrs Mane Fisher, Hibiscus!
e Park, lust Saturday afternoon in
observance of her birthday. Those
extending her best wishes were UNLIMITED CHOICE ACREAGE
Mrs. Jerry Turner and son, Mrs.
Pat Pedersen and children: & Mrs.
Suzanne DFlia and son Mickw,
Steven and Lisa! Fisher and Mrs. GROVELAND
Mary Brown.A *

Caki welcome! to Hibiscus Park is
ai&-th1o extended to the Harry Miller fant-

ley ily on Carrier Hibiscus family Drive on ;Lime the Wor-Tree Sometimes we're too close to the forestto

i Drive; the S. E. Sloan family! on
i Indigo Street and the Tootelis on
*, tar coats" full length, oddly soft and warm Avalon Street. see the treesINSURANCE

,k Ilohlln..lIm corduroys, talk and. Mrs. Frank Klein and daughter,
O .kllka: are visiting. at the home
; tweeds In a variety of styles., Talkers of Mr and Mrs. Ivan Klein, Mi-
i 0 Drive Hibiscus r
d and junior ekes nxxui Park.
Almost half the inhabitants of
$10.98 to $50.00 Asa Africa and Latin Americaare i Vx *; 't Y
homeless or live under housing
i conditions that are hazardous

1 to_health.... ..

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............ I ...' -..., .. ... 't **! ,I THE STUART (Florida) NEWS' : Thursday. October 22 _19641-B_ = .1 I

I School News MEETING HtLl
MRS ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 28735827TII I
The Palm City (1\IC OwwH- I
Report card were five out don held its firm muting Ties
BIRTIIim Wednesday Those making the day. Oct. 13 m the civic. center.PUiu .
I Jimmy of Belle Glade; Mrs Vel-- honor rod were: rtltIe, BeMieKirkhart were discussed lor aetwfctee ,
ma Higbee and Alan Mr. Wanda !
Candy Watts celebrated her Debrah While Jefltoy in the coming seaM ,
seventh birthday Got 7 with a Buschman. Bobby and Chris: Mn Cooper. Artie Kirby David Evan Members of the l 1'.1 I m City Jr
Judy Scott Brklgctur and Linda; Janice Moore Mark New house, Youth Club met with rTn
them diet
party at the Watts home oa All Mrs Bob Warner Julie and Tina; to x ,
Sherrie Roach and Nancy Robmson .
CUM K-oraanizaiion oi the S twf>
American Boulevard Mrs. Vivian Kirkhart, Carla Eddie ; second trade Alan Htgboe\ day night dances. Plans are in. the
Her birthday cake was in the and Pattw; Mrs. Charlene Mi- Roberta D'Ambrogio. Pattie Kirk- making for a social to be held later
shape of a "cJioochoo" train. She near Malinda and Robby Mrs.Biohof hart and Candy Watts; third grade: this month ,
and her friends had balloons surprises Tommy Cobb, Roberta Malmda Mmear Sharon New- Mrs. Joanne Watts vas electedrecording
and lots of fun. D'Ambrogio. Karen Lmnaman, house and Patricia WHey fourth secretarv as the offlee"
Those who celebrated with her !Jeffery Cooper and Mrs. Wilma grade Gail Schermerhorn Tommy was open. Mn Mars Zglmitkl ,
were: Mrs. Jan Hutto, Mrs. Montgomery I Challancin with Dennis John and Van Tuncn and Joyce Austin;1 had been acting sccuiary since it' ',.i. .\ It.
and children. Patty and Jim. fifth grade Tracy Howard. Ben- I the election of officer- hint spring. '11',1(: ,\
ny Little and Laura MVCIung, and I The, Rev R. Lan Peten wa I
sixth grade Terry Austin. apppmtud acting cruplain ,/ ,
MARTIN COUNTY'S FIRST The Halloween will be Twenty-one were present and a .
held Saturday Oct. 31 at S pm. \social hour was enjoved! following
Mrs. Rodger Chancey and labs the nutting.. Cot fee and cake were J
ADULT COMMUNITY JoAnne Watts are in charge of the served.! Mrs. Joanne Watts and i
country store. If you have item Mrs. Mary Zgluucki were hostesses. r' ; .'"
to donate Mrs. Watts will collect .
SKYLINE PARKSee them. Her number is 2876663. .
The items may be left at Mrs. BIRTHS I
Chancey's home on Fifth Street II' 'i'. ;
these New RHODES-BUILT Homes across front the post office. The Mario Rasirellis are the I' \ ,
Carnival workers will be Mn. proud parents Jelfery Knowle,
Vivian Kir I hart Mrs Marian Kirby who arrived Oct, I 12:! at Martin Tt
Model Open Saturday, Oct. 24thLNCLUDLNC Mrs. Jan Kelly, Mrs. Wilma Memorial pounds, Hospital, weighing seven
Mrs. eight ounces. 1 he Ras-
Challancin. Angie Cunning
ham. Mrs. Toni Henry Mn. trelli have moved into their new 1 '

$ Lot 75's100' lian Charollete Schermerhorn Sorenson., Mrs Mrs.Etta De-UI. home Mr on and Berry Mn Road.Sam Cobb, St. t What Is

6 9 9 O One IWdrOOlll Stcfano Mrs. Jean McClung, Mn. Lucie Shores, are the parents of a ,
: ;: : Extra Large Kitchen Edith Moore Mrs Hazel Daniel lIOn, Robert Alan, who arrived
Mrs. Martin, Martin,
Bernice Lana Oct. 14 weighing live pounds
LIVING ROOM DINING" : ROOM TILE B,VI II Mrs. William J. Smith Mrs. Ed. eight ounces ...
win Brims Mr. Chancey, Mrs.! Your 1.t"
Joanne Wait. Mn. Wanda Butch SEA GATE HARBOR
SAM RHODES CONS'T.Inc. and Eddie Cas&iday. I
Other workers will be Durley Dorothy Allen has reiov x'
and Lucille Howard Mn. Nettie ered front a foot Injury.

P. O. BOX 824 JENSEN BEACH, I1A. Schnurbtisch, hits Billie Leach Mr. and Mrs AI Riley recently :
Mn. Charlene Minear Mrs. Eve celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding Bank J .y

lyn Wall and Mrs Myrtle Garrett. anniversary s N. .

Mr. and Mrs. Flwtxxt l l.e"ie returned ,
SATURDAY LAST DAY Church NewsThe Saturday from visiting relatives AS' '
in Orlando. Earlier. in the ,
week they had Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Made ,-
Assembly of God Church Raikr of Millmgton, N. J., as J
CXa f
held baptismal! services Sunday house guests. Sunday callers were
I* MilHtt.ftf9 afternoon at Matheson's pond on Martha. and Jacob Bciuing. Lliza- itBli / aor {
thru $AT.0CT44yl Murphy Road. Sunday night crv- beth N, J. .
Ices brought the cloning of a two-
week revival. The Rev. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Allen Moore have i." '
'j i ides ir
ALiMany Gatlin, who I It the state youth director returned to their home after a 1- " for 185 churches was guest summer on Long Island.! 't ., :

speaker for the past! week I The Walter Hornen spent Friday :
,\ :f
wonderful values The United Church of Christ overnight in Hollywood visiting "i
(Congregational) will be host to friends.
still available the District United! Church Youth Mr. and M.... Roosevelt Davis l
Rally Sunday, Oct 2], Marling at held open house Sunday. Oct. 11 ,4li.y 9 / r'
HURRY IN SOONrr.a. 3 r.m. The Anna Laura Circle to celebrate their thirtieth wedding 1Newlyweds
will supper at 3.30( p.m. at anniversary and moving Into their
,. ..,. w Ir. the church. new home. Fifty guests called to
,,. Dedication services were held welcome them and help celebrate
Sunday night, a climax of the
Work Day for Christ In which: P RSONAI.S: ,
the Youth participated
The Fellowships raised over Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Knight Lav----j
S 100 working for residents! of Palm and! family Orlando were weekend
City. This money is used! to help guests! of the W. J. Detrichs Home Owners
of Gull Harbor
finance a : migrant i children
in v.mak"and ministerial i
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tucker .,rnt ,
,1! f ,1tntJ R .w services" on college campuses all" in the weekend in Miami visiting JJ u. ... d< arra? i
t the 'stsierThefSrtrtcd day relatives
Oct. 17. Before beginning work
that morning they had breakfast rsALit Digsby. and son han Students and Retirees
at the home of Mrs Maydelle returpctu alter spending( several .
Moore. For lunch Mrs Julia lane day I ,.nth! relatives in West' Palm
served sandwiches dessert and a Beach N

drink The at Anna her home Laura Circle will William Beak New I.vine,Ohio; "

YOUR REXALL STORESTUART meet with Mrs Lets Williams on Richard Urine-born. Buffalo. N. all Living Here inMartin .
Wednesday, Oct. 28. 7.30: pm. Y4 and Anthony tronme, Victor
'DRUG CORP.OPPOSITE for the regular monthly meeting. ia. Tex. en route from Key West 'j
Friday morning prayer meetingwill to Jackionvllle were overnight
be held at the home of M n. guests of the Myrlen Meads. They sv'
R. R. STATION, STUART 287-1822 Andy Zglimcki Ninth Street, at also visited with Mrs, LcU WJ- d'Jf I .

_. _. _. .. 10 a.m. lions County J. ,Y ,I,.\ f ,
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Mrs Barbara Kozelka arrived i/, ,1-i_ 'va4r '
Monday from Ubertyville. 111. a I
to spend the winker She will t
slay ".'.. "", '
at the Myrlen Mead home,
Mr and Mrs. Lee Butts spent
the weekend in Altoona visiting

SEARS INSTUART their son and family % They nil take advantage of their full service bank

.: ;(J 7,''' Johnny Memorial f-ilanowtkj Hospital entered last. Friday Martin ', r, in! different ways, some finance their new automobile

',, '. ,, :, Mr and Mrs. Robert Hannah 7/ here,''some use our home mortgage, (facilities\ and,homo
.' and family of Melbourne and Mr
"'1--t'<'It. ... "':-t\ '" L; ., Pkk.... Ills waster and Mn. James Woody and family improvement: loans, others such an the newlyweds have

,,, ',' ;_ ,'''I you waul right from Riviera Beach, were Sunday! their first his and her checking accounts here along
I : i '" guests of the Mario kantretlisMiss
;! .. Hell dt
,W with low cost! appliance and furniture loans. There
J..it\, try t liver and totall. I.It'l II Mabel Pinney returned .to arc

}''ri i'i whenever you .,. No her home, last week from a Inn 0' students uho have education loans and their personal
to Europe including Austria Holland (
'I i. .. b\ waiting.WASHER. England and Germany. '" 'S checking accounts!) here. The retiree relaxing with a
; ,- II/ii-. I of
Rev W E Wilson, Mrs. Lets safe savings! account he has added to through the years
"i; Williams and Mn Anita White
1", ,'o'J H: ".', will meet Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. and his will and other personal properties are in the

u s of in the the civic Palm center City Youth with members dub to ., safe hands of our complete trust department. We would

discuss plans for" reorganization of (; like have become
itSALE the club and Us dances.; to you a part of what our bank is

made of.
Mr and Mrs. Earl Walen have .
returned to their hurne on Tenth I IRST
Street after spending the summer .
in Andover, Ohio. .
ipr,n 'x 11!

Story HourPrograms } (w;


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Immediate delivery. You pay only $7.00 per month At Library ATONAL/ .y ;' '

"Onee upon a time Who
Caa Iciest the mystery and intrigue .
YOU SAVE 30 AUTO DRYER of this age old brginmnf with MI "-" ..r p"
promise of sumttfuog woatkrtujto

.... Irxeee ...-..... ..... oil-.. M aM follow'Begimung u,
...Ir. e ..... r/N 95 also .-'.. baN N "., I at 10 I.M. Saturday,
d.rr.e ... ...... Par $$2 0 9 dra.,1 c.t.. ...... .,.. $8 8 Oct. 24, the MariM County Pub- <
role SIS. a era. ... Oap.--. lie Library win hold a ,.
MS of story hours .. mpapese' -' 1Ri\
ry for the 11I"-10 twelve 4t group BANK
Mrs.. Byron llamas the ehddrrn's 'I '

Sears Roebuck and Co. LdwnaltIII bbf.......be. aril the Mrs.story William tellers' I OF S ;

With HalhweeN M around the
HEAR* STUART SHOPPING CENTER corner the tnt story .. bound to

PLCMY nEE PARKING I be Come a good to the tufie MMV ttOEr:hour! Saturday' ,Your Full// &rolce Bank Serving Marlin County for Ocer 31 Years

Phone AT 7-3373 a morning tncnd.KaasM" .at 10. Come and bring We Are a Home Owned Home Operated' Financial Institutions

is said to be Dte tcogra* "
phJe center at the V..sal Staice. WITH I TRUST POWERSn

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i .. ....... ... ., Hunts Set in of the Pu'olic Hunting Area Per
2-B THE STUART Fla.) NEWS son of ( InnsMi Rodd who.1'i ;ruaaa "" '" w $ 4 4 ? h. I. a lowniH''I./ Meal, .,nd ilvcr <- \" nut for each member of the pam.
Thursday, October 22. 1964 I elected president ot the Women Ice 'I I he balance ot the refrch.I I 1/43/ Attend Citrus Wildlife Total limit for each hunt ahall be
Christian, fellowship, which held JENSEN BEACH NEWS melts wilt he furnished and served 100 legal buck deer. In such case
COMMUNITY CHURCH its meeting and program on Mon : try the Auxiliary Fireplace and ShowA Management Area u the hunters take I 100 MM buck

HELD CONFERENCE day. Oct. 12. MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7.11"n I 6 spit will) be ready for cooking at Fashion Hunters who with to take part: dter on title flr* day of either
pm (rant, the remainder of the hunt:
The ninth' annual conference of CIRCLE TO MEET ..mm.. .. on ........___<_< _..__....... ___ There will he names and prizes total of .UJ women attendedthe in the gun hunts beginrttog Dec will be closed.Appheatbns,
the Florida Fellowship of Com- for tM children. according t 0 I luaebeorwwd zed fashion Wildlife Manage
The Friendship Circle of the party 12 on the Citrus should b e made
muniiy Church wan held in Dayton Community Church will hold its Halloween Party and Picnic Mea rlvjjft SpttZ show heW) on Tuewtey, Oct ment Area must submit applications immediately to the office of the
Beach on Oct. 11-11. at the next meeting at the church on 13, at the St. Loci Country Clubby the Game and Fresh Wales Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn-
Tuesday. Oct. 27. QUIET DAY FOR1RINITY t the Jemen Beech Woman to mission at Tallahassee or the
Seebreeee United i Community at Tallahas- I
Planned : MtrrnonnrThe Fish Commission
by Jensen AuxiliaryThe Association.Mrs. regional office at West Palm I
of the confer-
Church. The theme .
Marie Miller was chair Nov 2
f ," CHURCH AID CIRCLE Wom a'. Society of Christian tee by Brash
ence Th was Rev"Church Newton as Minion M. Tweedy The regular monthly meeting of I American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Louise Rauwald, Mr Dorothy Service of Trinity Methodist! man of the affair and was ably Gun hunting!! in the ares will>>l be
of the club.
Port 126, held lU Emma McCue, Church, will observe "Quiet ," assisted by members limited to two controlled hunti,
pastor of the Jensen! Beach Com- the Church Aid Circle of the regular meeting Orleans Mrs. Day The local models who showed hunters HEARING AIDS
munity Church, attended as a delegate Community Church will be heldat on Monday Oct. 12, with the Mrs. Audrey Foley, Mrs. Lorraine or 'A Call to Prayer and! !Self with not more than 1,203
I Mrs. Emma Delia Denial," on Monday. Oct 26 Thechurch fashion in co-operation with Sears participating in each. Date for
from that church Also attending the church on Wednesday), Oct president Snyder, MWdleton and Mrs
was Mr. Helen Richard :,!8. presiding Mrs. Hclga Spetz. child Lechner. I will he open from 10 a m, were Mrs. Elaine Rhodes Mrs. RM two hunts are Dec I2-1J and Need a sure Aid?
welfare chairman reported that A new member Mrs Catherine ; to 2 p.m. for meditation and worship Connie Haire. Mrs. Judy Carroll l. Jan. 1-1.J. 50 Traded Instruments Id choose
the dolls all Mrs. Ann Powers Mrs.. Marilyn Hunters may not participate In
were and from and
Keeling was welcomed and a reminder up.
Mrs. .
: Sewcir and Edith Suttcrfield.Fiheen of the special hunts.Applicators
books and than one
crayon crayons ready was made by Mrs. Rau more Rrpvlrs on all makes _
be sent the PFC. LINGER 10 door prizes and sixteenspecial forms may contain
to to Retarded Chil
wald chairman to Cord Batteries
membership It prizes along with individual from one to five persons, )
11P dren's Hospital for Christmas.! CO ) OKINAWA names of
get dues to her as soon as possible PROIFSSIOV4LUF4RING :
0 table presented. numbered
prizes were be consevutively i
) Ready to be sent to Veterans' An announcement was made of Private First Claw Harold Todd The Women's Association reminds and will received in Tallahassee No AID SERVICE
Hospitals for Christmas are kitbags i the District 12 Conference which Zengcr arrived home Saturday, members and the public as will be honored on more 506 No. 7th SL, Ft. Pltn:,. I'la.
lap robes, knitted socks and was to be held in Lakeland on Oct 10, from Camp Lejeurte fort that there will be t bake sale In name ,
S' t (One block North of lire
lQn than Application
m e t ; I Delia other Lechner gifts according, rehabilitation to Mrs chair., Oct. 18, followed by a luncheon thirty-dny (leave. He is the son the Jensen Beach Bank building must also one I ,indicate t date or hunt being I Station) 110 1-3035
and dinner dance at the lakeland of Mm. Emma Zenger of South on Saturday Oct. 24, with Mrs. for and serial number ,
man.A. legion Post Hall. Street. He Is in the field of com.munications Hue I Heritage in charge. -applied. -- -- ---
LOIS KRISTOFFERSEN report on Girls and Boys State A Halloween party and cook- and after his leave There will be a rummage sale -
PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALTON was given at the last meeting of out will be held Oct. 26 at the will be going to Okinawa. In the community center: on Saturday ON TV
the Harold Johns Auxiliary Post, Hall. of the
20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-1433 Legion All member Oct. 30 with Mrs. Catherine
No. 62 of Stuart, and was at. Legion And Auxiliary are urgedto I All herons fly with i their necks Cortez as chairman AMERICANS LISTEN
I tended by Mrs. Emma Snyder, i attend. Bring your family, your drawn ire and :their feet: extended CONSERVATIVE


MEETING: FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 23, Ili30 to 12, Channel S, NBC

the Kirs.League Ann of Mud-tort Women president Voters of, Also Barry Goldwater

jf'" :' spoke at the Monday meeting i of FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 23, ID t6<> lit Ctumnet' i, NBC
\ /\ = s' : .' the Jensen Beach Woman's Association
. IN MARTIN COUNTY : ', \ .. 'I on on the the November amendments ballot appearing IN \OUR HEART YOU kNOW HE'S RICIITPaid

FiftY-fll" members and one guest for by Republican Executive Comm of Martin County

attended.A -_ -..- -'" -- _.
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Sen. Irlo Bronson moment of silence was observed -
in honor of a recently departed *
member, Mrs. Jewell Yae- Where this emblem 11 displayed, you are

.. ; trtttrr.a H_" ---- ;erlme. assured o// the finest ;insurance service
IS ENDORSED BY The of Curtis
names Scott and
-I land.
Bruce Sandell have been submitted in the
by the club to the Southern
The Dairy Council for considerationand
\: Jensen Beach recognition jot outstandingacts.

1 II S, A dessert Card party will be
\ '' held Monday, Oct. 2fi, at the club
,. house.' Contact the chairman Mrs.
i Itl. Grace Lewis t, AT 74292, or Mrs.
Marie Miller, AT 74943, for res-
fir""F ervations. Other activities are told
in another news story.
The Sunland Group will sew
on Thursday this week. The next
club meeting will be held on. Monday -
Sen. Irlo Bronson


< The Barrack and Auxiliary, No.
8$4! of Veterans of World War AGENCYSince
The Okeechobee News 1', held joint social meeting at
a ; the community center on Friday, 1921
Oct. III.Members.
:' t N enjoyed a covered-:
-"I" if r dish slipper, followed by an eve-
;; I I Is' I ping of games. Prizes were won
y Mrs. Clara Vaught and Mrs. I

IN OSCEOLA COUNTY : Edith The Snook.next meeting of the auxiliary .

I will be at the new Community
'I I Church on Skyline Drive on Fri-
-- day, Nov. 6. All members are 'ham
: I
asked to attend tills' .
i:Sen. SHo Bronson \ old
;iI nomination and election of officers ylo
., ,; will be held


;_ OCT. 31 MEltfay. r wJYERftlxf

I Senator Irlo Bronson i The Jensen Parent Beach Teacher will Associationof ; r 11111T,,,ante

The St. Cloud News .'. I I annual Halloween Carnival sponsor' the on ", 1

.. r "" I' ,. .. i. Saturday Oct. 31. i ..
All children are requested to be
and .1 in costume and in their homeroom PERSONAL COVERALL POLICYIf

by 4.30: p.m. to fee ready for the I you own your home, and are a preferredriskdriver
you can get complete protection on your
Supper will be served and
The Kissimmee Gazette'f. included7 homo fire, extended household
; on the menu will be fried coverage, con-
:; (J: chicken, barbecued ribs, hamburgers tents and personal liability, plus your existing auto-
and hot dogs. mobile Insurance all In ONE Personal Cover-All

;.1'' ./' There will be games and prizes Policy, at e saving!
', for the
children. "
See your 'American'Agent today)

Major and M;:f. Bonhan and BILL BERRY AGENCY
son. Rusty,'of Clearfield. Utah,
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mattins 620 Colorado Ave DIAL 287.09663Dayspail
; and daughter). Barbara and RobIn !
: ,of Miami were Weekend guests .- -
NEWSPAPERS 33RD DISTRICT of Mr. and Mrs. George, Strum I'

THE of Sunny Acres Road. 'I ya r3Day>


Oil Kiel Institute of Floe I
;, KNOW THAT WE NEED ida report that 19A3 i snslallationi

:.J' "" of do le\tk-type oil burners represented W. W. MAC CO.
a 20.2
per Cent Increase:

'. '. SENIORITY KNOWLEDGE ACCOMPLISHMENT EXPERIENCE over the previous year. Stuart, Florida
j -
,, aana6 ADYlnTnRNRtT: :
jnrw,! or PiHiir. I.Rlrlltlr .
fOTIOll la tiorvhf riven that the
t ,,i' IN THE FLORIDA SENATE Pliuinlnir"Martin: mush and Bnnlnr Florida.: Commluinaof will. rnn- -
duct a public: hrarlnv at th* hour,
.I I of T'ID VM. on Nnr.mbr is. ISM
till M Iho Martin County Onurthoura la
1 top mart'of' ,.:'f:1.rn: K': ld.r tko mat.
I t r of tka follow-t

I "I KEEP I ; MARTIN COUNTY GROWING WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP Ins.Tart.nt.Mrlbml" ot l'ea. Blnrk foot nrnprrtr r.WI4 flat:* tirnn Boak..I.h / j M'Sff '

.a 111 Fiur....al.If... Portion tun*. II IT.>Tawaxhlp..t M... '
tin Cotmtr. KlorMa. l>om railmad I-, I !
It,..., rlrht-of-way Omia all w.at ta of ladlan a lino.
mrnor rrom iii of F. t..r..r titN of lot,t I 1N1..11 \ ; WwV'W .
Re-Elect & atrip. Mal or road. -i' ;
All Inurmitod partlo: are ..*..t..4n .
attond a4 no ward.(
[)at... the nth tar ot Oetobor. \ *- i "
Isle ft \
"R'I'T1'f' tYwmivI'tswvt't
/ ANDroMMiHKini IJ h1R4 -" iSkC/

I P v Jmwpk A!' Rrwnle.. -o I4 t\f\
KEEP rhalrmaa ;
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Mtrlo aa.Ntarr 1 ,
Pub: Ort. i. 1Msiamrw .

.r nits Mrsittxn BIGI/X/4PORTRAIT)/ / *
TIt V.I10M/ |T MAY CTHSVFKSforl'tc :
lo k>rk r .IT.. tkt mor
>i>4rd ., lUmlnc A..o. ., Martin
,_"t". "I"d.111. ..amisrtlalla a
WNSON 1 ....rl.. at Tko hoar of "M
I"M. or aa foo* thrrvaffr a. ">'.
af.I'.v m.. hare, a. M.y mh.r only 11 reg.S s.oQ
I I.s.s I. Des.to at$5 tko'" ."WX.I': ,..n.ld.r Own
Xmria .
I tic mates of a. _1 ti.tk 0
I > *aatiing* '* ....r.:vl.Hoaa rt of tko folIT -

]!\ '"..1.? Ra It..'y AP R..I"?I.Id''1....rU... ah** ... ......... t RIB. $...
I rontinc<: t. plat th.r.of aa r rkelere,her Willie: At
r rdd In Ptat sews a. .,.,*
i !... of J .o PvkMo. Jtoeorda ot ,
I Martin O.nnt>. ...riot..
.artla W. MAC CO.MON.
All Mtraotoe aro Inlio4 .-
ta attvad and k* a.aP.sorsilt. .. .
4r of o... .
___ YOUR SENATOR t lsd., ., Ttt, WED. OCT. 26 17 2On
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4 vote' NOVEMBER;, 3rd FOR BRONSON A CONSERVATIVE DEMOCRAT ''I Avs!s t... Oct..i.,.. ? tech AddUtetnil Svbled $3 P.fS Fesiy

STUART (Florida) NEWS 1 ginia' nfui! spending a month vis-
Thursday, October 22. 1964,3-B I I nine hi i s mother. Mrs Melvin SPECIAL: AA P _.,_ For 105 Years We've Saved ....
--- Sims his sisters.. Miss Barbara .,)::r Money ./ --ry-: ...._..
., I '
-- Sims! and Mrs Glenna Gibson, and PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUIT "
hui brother Darry Sims. For America's Families! Join Them During This ; +
Palm Lake
Mm Barbara Sims cwMmtled
her birthday with InvitedgaeMs
a party
Park Newsby orate Mr. and Mrk Shirley
Gibson Miss Phyllis' Gihfen. Lur DRINK
ry OftMort Anna Mae $!)tm and
Darry Sims
Ph. 2S7-5MJ Mrs. James Carter, Twenty-
14'01. 85
third Sweet' Palm Lake Park, gave 3 ; C
....- Mrl. Charles Cow ham a surprise cans MILLIONS flRESAVIN a ; e I t I e
birthday party, October: 8. It was
DESSERT: CARD PARTY Mrs. (Wham's twenty-first birthday
.IIILD: LAST WEEK Those present were Charles Cut From Conine Porkers "Super.Rfght": WESTERN PORK
Cow ham James Carter Mr and
Palm Lake Park ladies held
dessert card party Wednesday, Oct a and Mrs Mrs.Ralph Clarence Howe and Pendarvis family Mr and --- Quarter
14 in the community room of the Mr. and Mrs. Don ,Black from

First In spite National of the Bank hurricane building warnings Fort Pierce CHOPS Sliced Loin 59c

{ several ladies attended and John Gibson, son of Mr and: i \
a good time was had by all. Mrs. Richard Gibson celebratedhis e ,;,.. LB.
Prizes were awarded to, Mrs second birthday with a party I 6 ::;
Charles Conrad, Mr. Edwin God. Sunday. Invited guests 'were Mr. 1 Hi1; ;
frey Mrs. Ruth Miller and Mrs and Mrs. Jack Pannell and their
Catherine Sthuman. three children from Palm City; Cttt From Coni'M Porkers
The next party will be Oct 28 Mr. and Mrs. Costello and chil [
at 1 p.hi. in the First National dren. John and Mitzl. and Miss AMERICA. / W* '
Bank to building.attend.All ladies are Invited Carol served.Gibson Refreshments were" I ." FOA 1' FL% r' Small, Leal|

Mrs. John Antoch: hat been =- l5 and Mealy
is' improved
quite ill with the llu but I 1
at this writing.Mr YEARS
Todd Laraway. !son of Mr and ,... Comstock I/SI 191/ LB4O
Mrs.AI Laraway had a third birth. and M Clarence __ ----
day party SUnday afternoon at the had as their guest' this week BUlIJU11 .
home of his Guests Mr. Comstock't mother from Snr I
parents. were r: .
Mr. and..Mrs. John Purges and sola.. r..hft PLAID II "SL'PF'R' RIGII'1" WF.'fI'J."RN' ,
family, Karen John and, Chris; Mr and Mrs. Jake Burford'i \' .. \4' "
Mr and Mrs. C. L. Ramey and son, Robert: Burford, and his little STAMPS I PORK
children, John and Wayne; Cell IOn visited with Robert Burford I wiN" TM CMIMH and Punkm .f AIIII'MMI Sugar Cured Ik-etl "SupeaR/gist"/ klhed 1Vnlent Beef
Luther, Mn. Lydia Mann a n dMa parents for i week. OWN I '
Carol AuJiborn and children OCR
Carol and-Connie. daughter Mrs. Halli, Mrs.YO Frank ns'* Klein trand-, of 1FA ;ba.tK35c; CHOPS V BACON LIVER

PERSONALS: Miami, visited with her this week. C..ul the Sat. Oct.: 14 M1. 10-......

Mr. and Mrs. .I. B. Lechner TO FINANCE MEET _________ _. nNnR(:'UI' k )

have daughter as and their husband guests, Mr.their and Vivian Andrews and Connie : i.s : LB. 2c :'.79c Ib c
Mrs James Davison from NewBrunswick Thompson were granted permission ]
N. J.. They have enjoyed by the county board to attenda O.i-PLAID PORK 59c '
several deep sea fishing trips. h
Finance Officer Association S'1' *
Oct IPS.1 'IRS .f _
meeting at West Palm !
Wesley Melton !son of Mr and I ow : ; "
.r J.(
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melton celebrated i 1316.Ptssengert Witt tbli' CMIIM and w hw .f at
his sixth birthday Tuesday, Cherry Mar light Meat .e .
Oct. 6, with a cook-out in the CHUNK 13-01'AQf "SUPF'R RIGlll" CHOICE WESTERN: BEEF I\JrmUI\I, QUlfK I'ROlF.N R"\l4: BARGAIN MORRFLLH!
back yard of his home, followedby ?U eaa ( I
cake and ice cream. Guests included Ca : "Sat.Ott.: ... MIa IOo'4.'I, CHUCK ROAST SHRIMP '" IB. 79C Canned Ham. Su.IRKMI ". $369
Mr and Mrs. A. O. Drey- Trooper Bill .
er. grandparents, Gregory Melton, I : DKF.SStIOUND ) FILLET COOK QUICK FROZEN BEEF '

Gregg Jane ,Brunt Kathy, Jeff Battier Carter, Jay,Duren Jamie, says... r .t:iifi i iiiiiii.l B(1NF. AI. 59c BIV\DK cur I Ih. *JA iyc. MACKEREL .. LIE. 49c Cubed Steaks ... 'pkg't'',''"' 79c1M

Kenny Howe Dale Athy Jan
Bruns, Kathy Poole, Sherrl Dur F 1 PLAID
en, Kenny .Jenkins and Wesley's 1M S4 STAMPS ?Ki l Special/! A & P ,OUR FINEST
rarentMt. and Mrs Cecil: Mel ;
ton. Highlight of the party was the
WIN Tbl. CMIMII M< Punkiu* ( .
opening of gifts. !'!! RAIN ".1! APPLE QSUAALITYUGUAICH'J'E761.1b.
Mr and Mrs. Laurie Lloyd have .. HAIR 15-o Cf 49 plus !ttf!t i 89 C
purchased the 7-Cs Grocery from I SPRAY' "an *1 ux gOM ,
Charlie Cuthbcrt The loydi is move I ii >4 t..... 5.5. Ocl: 4 Mil. 10.I44 Nj;
ed here from Moultrie, Ga. We
welcome them and wish them.! success L ].*..!!.....tfl__..!..- UBj!!; t 1 l Special/ A & P OUR FINEST QUALITY SLICED I or WHOLE
In their new venture
The Palm Lake Park Civic As Special! Jane .ParkerPineapple '. 1.1b'

sociation sent t floral ,piece to Pie "ViTS::: SMALL BEETS, 1 0'c \
the funeral of Edwird arftfUT,. :: t! '':. : :tl':., can "
who passed away recently The New! Every Jay tow Prke! Jitnt Parker" \
Barnetts own property ..tn ,Palm I-lb i.. ,
Pie hit 49CJ .
Lake Park. i Pumpkin : Special SIINNYI>IBI.I) T r< 1 t 'f' ,, : ,
Gaines received word that I .. '
Mrs AU Varklkt Ann

her Arkansas aunt: Mrs.City,Blanche Kans.,WookJndgo.had pastedaway Cake Mixes 4 '1-11t.3-oz.' .. 99c' PLAIN OR I., ..J Ib
after an extended illness. I In i stopped vehicle pll. F L 0 U R 5 3 9

Mrs. Melvin Sims returned to the car should on always the curb get out side.of Speclult! Ann Page SpiiKhettl or 1 SELFRISINGSpecial bag

her home in West Virginia after Drivers who have parked their Maearonl| I'pkgs.37c
spending the summer lit the homeof I vehicles Should be
especially "pecY-H Special W JANE PARKIiR GOLD MARHLH:
her !son and daughter Dairy careful in, opening ttielr door NllrthtsssTlssae Bathroom
Sims and Miss Barbara Sims of I to get out. Swinging: the door
4ront Ib.9.oz.
Park Court. too widely_ into oncoming traffic
Mr, and Mrs. Bill Sims, and. may cause I serfoui accident Sag YI. A"M -'' ''+. POUND CAKE 49
daughters Sherry and Kathy returned 3-13 loaf
to their home in West Vir i Tooth Paste 5 Z: 99c
--- --- ---- ------- ._ .__u_____ _____ _.____ _

TOKAY RED Luscious! All Purpose Jonathan
ell sot .a Golden Ripe, BANANAS 2''> s. 25LETTUCE49.C


UIY.A t,........ Mart A I555W.. .owrr t.r II $ CNWf a sMMllr I IChkkee

} 2 he Juicy Yellow PEARS 8 "!b"bag 59

'9 F IA tJ Bartlett 2"s. 29'c

of II...Sea ,'-*<.. Kbea MNE PARKER SPrCTAI.. PftlCTA IV ?INN AD ARK
_iNaONa K MaM A.Mrr A C MI/IM.t 4a.n a Mscns UCIir ttJSr... 35c KITTY 439c f f Bars Only I' Plild'St''''''lS GOOD! 1IIRU %%T.

nIMM Nftbbco. Premium Iptmt OnionSOLP 21-os. Potato Chips it .6tt F1ett elill faskit' OCT 24
SALTINFS pkg.29c MIX .. "10 37c 'w wtr enawne a .afete4lar4w. .. /Ne. I Open Weekdays

Son Lee Frozen 12-oa. Trot Top Froien 6-ot. 'ell 6:30 .
79c 2 43 C

"" Light Sled *Vi.... 35URCARL'iE/ 127. C Ib. box 49 9 (pjn.Saturday .
1L'NA CM "
.. ; 1 P-m; ,
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Florida's Democratic Congressional 1 'I Peas with Onions SLICED BEETS Vanilla Extract JUICE I CRISCO I

Delegation Unanimously Endorses I t -. @ ." 14." 345.
23c tae 29c J 25c 49c .....tt. 43c 79c.t

President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe ,
ORHALPOST CfRBIIU IRAINm ftANTWKlf M/K: 'flflRt21ItTREND .t Aht r.tcitkis
member of Democratic CoflflrtuJonol Delegation 1POP"'fORN TENS BABY FOOD BAGGIESFRUIT ACTION
'from Florida are proud of the outstanding I I
performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as Preside s 245RI'GL'IAR ... WI.
n of the United States They commend him to I ;:: 29c g. 45cAMCILNL'r 8 MR 89c PKI" 29clll 21:39c Glint 49t LGfc: 79C

you as a stable efficient administrator, and oi
a proven friend with at* vndentanding of the'- BLEACHCLOROX NINE /IYrs U ROYAL DE1b SCENT

programs which vitally offed florida: economy. I BABY FOOD I CAT FOOD PUNCHIIQCII PUDDINGSUUNDY I FAB I

;;:" 39c 8 ua.,89c 4 :t 59c earn' 2 pIge: '' 2Jc PSi.69c;

pi'iM johnsoir Heeds Your Yflettm /


fk Off loo A'gfc (9* i'*" ff V 1.. J
pod...--,......ii--,. s_- :: 79c ..;" 59c 2 33c 69c 79c 29c :: 49c
'-"""" ............."- --

4Wi'4x' 'a \t ''I.. .,_ ....... aunt. treat Two Hunts Set in of the Public each Hunting Ana p:,
2-B TUB STUART (Fb. NEWS < Ihunday, October 22, 1964 > president of the Women in The hulanie of the rtticsh. 1 /143 Attend Citrus WildlifeManagement Total limit for each hunt shall be
4 (hnstian fellowship" which held! JENSEN BEACH NEWS menus "will he furnished and servedby : Area 100 legal buck deer. In such case
COMMUNITY CHURCH its mcciing and program on Monday the Auxiliary 1 (replace and ShowA aa the hunters take 100 legal buck
Oct, 12. 'spit will, be ready' for cooking at Fashion dHr' on tile first day of either
HELD CONFERENCETh MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN Correspondent AT 7-17rW wish to take part
6 p.m. i'I Hunters who hunt the remainder of the hint
ninth annual conference of CIRCLE TO MEET There will be games! and prim total of 'UJ woman attendedthe m the ton hunts beginnm" Dee will t ate closed.

the Florida Fellowship of Com- The Friendship Circle of the fee A* dMMfwi, ace r4l1.., tott luncheon-card. ty and! faunKM I 12 on the Citrus Wildlife Management Apptetlem) should be made
munity Churches was held in Daytona -' Community Church will hold its Halloween Party and Picnic Mr.. ..... Spptz I ktow held on TueMhy, Oct Area must submit applica-1 immediately to the office of the

Beach on Oct. I 11-1\ at theSeabreene next meeting at the church on I 13. at tie St. Luck CoMrtry Clubby dons to the Game and frwh Water Game and Fresh, Water Fish Com
I Tuesday Oct. 27. 'QUIfDAY' FOR t the Jenoen Beach Wcsswn'sAeslaiatloet Tallahassee miMion at Tallahassee or the
United Community at
Planned by Jensen AuxiliaryThe ln9T t Fish Commission I regional office at West Palm I
Church The theme of the conference ,
," CHURCH AID CIRCLE The Women! Society of Christ- Mrs. Marie Miller was by Nov Beach
was "Church as Mission American Legion Auxiliary, Mr. Louise RauweW. Mrs, Dorothy urn Service of Trinity Methodist of the affair and wa ablymembers Gun hunting in the area wit! be
The Rev. Newton M Tweedy), The regular monthly meeting of asabied of the club. controlled hUnti,
pastor of the Jensen Beach Com the Church Aid Circle of the Post 126 held its regular meeting Grimm Mrs. Emma McCue, Church will e a Nerve Quot Da Self" tne toast by I models who showed limited to two than I.200 hunters HEARING AIDS
munity Church, attended as a delegate Community Church will be held on Monday Oct. 12, with the Mr Audrey Foley, Mn. Lorraine of 'A Call U> Prayer and fashions in +ration with Sean! with not more each. DW for
co- m
from that church. Also attending nt the church on Wednesday, Oct president, Mrs. Emma Snyder Middlcton and Mrs Delia Denial Monday Oct 26. The ol participating
Mn. Elaine Rhodes, Mrs Dec. 12 II and Need A s/are Aid?
church will were the two hunts are
was Mrs. Helen Richard- ?8, presiding Mrs. Helga Spetz. child Lechner. open from 10 a m
welfare chairman, reported that A new member, Mr Catherine to 2 p.m. for meditation and wor I Connie Haire Mrs. Judy Carroll J.an. 1.2-I. 50 Traded Instrument td(i choose
Mrs Marilynswell in
the dolls were all dressed, and ship.PFC.. Mr Ann Powers. Hunters may not participate from $3000 and
Keeling was welcomed and a reminder up.
( and Mn. Edith Suttcrfkld. than one of the special hunts.
crayon book and crayons ready was made by Mrs Rau- more Repair on all makes _
Fifteen door and sixteen contain
to be Kent to the Retarded Children l LANCER 1'0 prizes Application forms may Cords
wald, membership chairman, to Batteries
'* Hospital for Christmas CO TO OKINAWA special prices along with individual names of from one to five persons,
11 get dues to her as lOOn as possible table prizes were presented and will he consecutively: number PROFESSIONAL
Ready to be sent to Veterans' An announcement was made of Private First Claw' Harold Todd The Women Association reminds received in Tallahassee No HEARING AID SFRVICF
Hospitals for Christmas are kitbags j the District 12 Conference, which Zenger arrived: home Saturday, members and the public ed as will be honored on more 506 No. 7th St., Ft. Pierre Fla
l ; n' lap robes, knitted socks and was to be held in Lakeland on Oct. 10, from Camp Lejeune! fort that there will he a bake sale In than name one application Applicationmust t (One block North of lire
r 1 u\i\(i I al e other gifts, according to M r I. Oct. 18, followed by a luncheonand thirty-day leave H. is the son the Jensen Beach Bank building also I 1 indicate date' of hunt being Satin) HO 1.3035GOLDWATER
Delia Lechner rehabilitation chair. dinner dance at the Lakeland of Mrs Emma Zengcr of South on Saturday Oct 24, with Mrs. applied for( and !serial number
man Legion; Post Hall Street, He Is I In the field of communications Hazel Heritage in charge. --. -- -- ----
LOIS KRISTOFFERSEN: A report on Girl and Boy State A Halloween party and cook- and after his leave There will, be a rummage tale
PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALTON was given at the last meeting of out will be held Oct. 26 at theLeOft will be going to Okinawa. In the community center on Saturday ON TV
the Harold John Auxiliary Post ; Hall. All members of the
20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-4453 Oct 30 with Mrs Catherine I
No. 62, of Stuart and was attended Legion and Auxiliary are urged I All herons! fly with their necks Cortez as chairman CONSERVATIVE AMERICANS LISTEN
I by Mr*. Emma Snyder, to attend, Bring your family your drawn in and their feet extended.

I MANY ATTFND WOMilVS "Brunch with Barry"

ASSOCIATION MEETING: I' FRIDAY MORNING:' ocr. 23, *11.30. to 12, channel s, NBC

"Kfrc.nn Hudson, president of
', the of Also Barry Goldwater
League Women Voters,
'rr 'l 0' poke at the Monday meeting of FRIDAY MGIir, OCT 23, Itt) tt lit Channel 5\ NBC
,'" : the Jensen' Beach Woman's AMO-
IN MARTIN COUNTY :.L : < ciation, on the amendments appearing IN YOUR HEART *'OU KNOW IIE' RIGHT
on the November ballot.Fiftynix .
,, members and one guest Paid for by Republican Executive Comm of County

attended.A -- ... ..
Sen. Irlo Bronson moment of silence was ob-
served In honor of a recently departed -
emblem displayed
member, Mrs. Jewell Yae- Where this you are
"f + gerlme. assured o\\ the finest ;insUrante service

> IS ,ENDORSED BY Bruce The Sandell names of have Curtis been Scott submitted and- i in the land.

I by the club to the Southern
: Dairy Council for considerationand
YIhe I
Jensen Beach recognition for outstandingacts.

A dessert! Card party will be
held Monday, Oct 26, at the clubhouse
Contact the chairman, Mrs I
t Grace Lewis, AT 7-4292, or Mrs
Marie Miller, AT 7-4943, for reservations -
COUNTY" Other activities are told ..w
a hi another news story
The Sunland Croup will sew
on Thursday this week. The next
.' ;: club meeting will be held on Mon :

Sen. Irlo Bronson e day, Nov. 2.VETERANS._' W. B. TILTON


Barracks and Auxiliary No
854, of Veterans of World War
The Okeechobee News I, held a joint social meeting at
the! community center on Friday 1921
Oct 1 16.
Members enjoyed a covered-
,* s dish slipper, followed by an eve-
; ", ning of games Prizes were won
,,' ''\ It-' I i I by Mrs Clara Vaught and Mrs.

IN OSCEOLA COUNTY I r Edith The Snook.next meeting of the auxiliary

II will be at the new Community
t x Church on Skyline) Drive on Friday l
1'f I ISen. Nov. 6. All members
J ;; 1'' asked to attend thh4'IfI nlr""is are ,

Irlo Bronson: ; : nomination. and election of officers -
I, will be heldIIAILOWFFN ,


I ;

!, The St. Cloud News Senator Irlo Bronson J of annual The Jensen Parent Halloween Beach Teacher will Carnival sponsor Association 0 the n uaslrr.:non :

Saturday, Oct. 31 o
1 -
All children are requested to be
an d. . in costume and in their homeroomby (OVER-ALL POLICYIf

r 4:30 p.m. to be ready for the you own your home, and are a preferredrlskdriver

The Kissimmee GazetteNEWSPAPERS parade.Supper will be served and included home, you. fire can, extended get! complete coverage: protection, household on your contents -
M : on the menu will be fried
chicken barbecued fibs, hamburg- and personal liability, plus your twisting automobile
ers and hot dogs Insurance all In ONE Personal Cover-All

There will be games and prizes Policy, at e saving!

for the children
Se your "American"Agent todayl

Major end Mrs. J, Bonhan and BILL BERRY AGENCY
soil RUsty, 'of Clearfield Utah
and Mr and Mrs Bob Manias 620 Colorado Ate. DIAL 287.0966
I and daughters, Barbara and Rob-
: & In, of Miami, were weekend guests!
: / 33RD DISTRICT of Mr and Mn George Strum
of Sunny Acres Road
f3 Daya\ Only nt 3 bays


: the Oil Fuel Institute of florIda 1
t KNOW THAT WE NEED report that 196) mstaUationS
.: MAC CO.
. of domestifc-type oil burners represented W. W.
a 202 per cent increaseover

i '/'1tl'l: ,,,{; ;l "'SENIORITY" :'! KNOWLEDGE\ ACCOMPLISHMENT EXPERIENCE tannin the previous ADraT1srsRjeoTtr year. .- Stuart, Florida-

r or r-t m.ic nrsm"n _
s ; slf i ; j I'H I LS-flJ1 ''T MAT f r1Nl'EiW:
10TIC* I* hl,reh
that the>
niwinlnir. and. BonlnaCommlMi/ ..nnt ; .
; '; IN THE FLORIDA SENATE Martin (fnuntr, Florida, win rnn. ,
dust pidllo. hfiirln at IS.hoar
e r 11: V M. on Nnv.mlMir IS, ism
,If Si Iho Martin County Cnurthnua In
Unrlrtn. to oluild f th* mat.
lr 7''onln* rkn M of tk* follow t
tae' .' .d emp.rbl: 1 S
KEEP I MARTIN COUNTY GROWING WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP ?rail .I,to rat t,wido H 1.f t thmuthrrntaf Tlook I.'
r. e..k.. .
j.asta.' .. t1r'E"" Townihlp..1. Martin
County. rinrlda.. from" rail / II
mad riertt-or war to ludlun ,
Klvrr "ii... all writ ., a lino .. {
from NK moor of lot I to usmrnor "

Re-Elect & All labia1 of lot Minot road Ii. Kxeoat an IN hslbd fool F/ \" .; ,, 11B

id attend **4 h Iward
lads.Pattd: lea ate''' day of Octabor, \ ( .k ,
MARTTX t"Ot,",TTOrovnlo
tlavvtvn' AND ) Otf"'iIOIO ( .. P -E
\ \- .
IWWNSON ,Nemsa'Jaa.a & **. >' ,AaahM' .$ ,.
A'f"t'1IIIT: : ,
eel1.Intl ae r.tarV ;
ett. as seas.

".11 wr'rrallr macalso BIG ")x;+PORtRAIT
tic W E"" l't easy fYlNl'RNNfn' '
se r. a asses as, th.pn.rd.f .
Lathe Aafemooes.t\' r.Ii .
': I' .: L: ,.,w/n/hour aMartartaa '.t
11Ii. of
.I..,.sit.....'.0'Rae' ae k wan hard.".nasNr on M.........th.... Only 11 F0 reg.S s.oQ

Is.t,1o. :: \1"U.Htli f.easly, i ranNd.rha IlwrtAeea -
a.'l.r of Ce teal, fn
Is. aoalne eaatlatla. N 55. teSI.wla. "
1 doaenOM Pn..rsv
tftm I A 1. Jl Rviard 'rut .1 "a MaMMy 8 .
M.n.(.* BT KuMlirUloM, .<- wMllat MwM
roMlHC. .. plat th.rol aD TVn 'h""",,Kev Willie: At
>r4.d In n.l nnok S, ....

J1r.t" Oranty jho Fnkll,..Florid_* R.ard..1. .. W. W. MAC CO.N
All I croo4 r | *"
t. ttlond. and .ko k..rd.Ilaio4 .
tk. UU. .. of o.t.... .
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YOUR SENATOR > -at, WED, OCT. 2< Z7 21I.
(PaM .P. t .. I_ Ie.s.tryAR'tmrwl'or:, .... W I ....- 2 Mato S fjm.fT .

i p ,04 *.'rr..*..*.C KhoadNi KM.T-;On* Per s-.LI! .Two Par ,*.>*tir f

SIT ART (Tlorto) NEWS .
:gima :I u 1 ywxlmg 1 ii.vith) v,shis -

Tbr.td y October.....22. INS J-B Sinn>Sting: his voters mother. ; Barbara Mcl\m I SH'.O.\I',: A&P .,, ':, For 105 Years We've Saved Money \,-.... _....
- sand Mrs !Glenna (J''ilta.n. and PINEAPPLE- '
"his tocher Dam s." j '_ Far America's Families! Join Them During This
Palm Lake '
bits I Barbara Simtar .Slimed GRAPEFRUIT
I .rc l
hmMkth a parry lashed
Park Newsy (HMa ware Mr and Mid SNrtevGiMM I
Mini, Phyfc GLiz-j DRINK
ry CHbaon Anna MM *H art

Mr. F. P. CAINWDtvSSFRT Barry Sims I 1. .
.... 2S7-\Q .... James Caner T* ayad I .
*. Sweet, Palm Late Part rave I 3 .)c. 85 C

.Mrt.a.CiMHet, pam'.Cowfcam October a A.Mfffee It **t 1 cans a ''MILLIONS I ARESAVIN6 DURING I A&P; SJBREAT 105 I BIRTHDAY I I EVENTS

: CARD PARTY" Mon' CoMhams (tweMfir .Mr*,
HELD LAST WIrK day. Those present were Charles I Cut t-rom (crated rorfc.n "Suprt.R'iht" \MvSTKRN; POUk
Palm Lake Park ladies MId a I Cow ham. James Carter. Mr. and :

desert 14 in the card community pam \Vedn room day oldie, Occ and Mrs.Mrs Ralph Clarence Howe and Pendant famih and Mr. i ;

First National Mr and Mn Don Black from Qcedart
Bank bwMM*
In Vie of the hurricane warnings Port Pferot CHOPS Sliv" 59c i
Mvcral ladies attended and John' G4son, on of Mr and
a good time wa had by afl. Mrs, Richard Gibson celebrated! LB.WHSTKRN
Prim acre awarded toe Mn. .his seotmd "birthdaf with a pam 11 e .
Charles Conrad Mn. Edwin Ood- Sunday. Invited pleats were Mr A ii; :
frey Mrs. Ruth Miller and Mn. and Mrs. Jack Pitmcll and their '
Catherine Schuman. three children from Palm dry : \ :, Cut From Corn hcd/ Porkers ;
I V Super ll'itlit"
SPARKSmall '
The nc\t party will be Oct 28,Mr. and Mrs. Costello and > ,' SERVING
at I pm in the First National dren. John and Miul. and chi'I'I :
Bank building. All ladies are invited Carol Gibson. Refreshment I Ah1ERICA' Lean
to attend.Cr.LFBRiTES. served! ,I IMn. ,

THIRD John Antoch hat been 1 I 105 R I B S and Meaty c
B1RTHIMY quite ill with the flu but i it improved 5 'i
at this writing. YEARS ". in :
_... l
Todd Lira*'ay ton of Mr. and ,1- ,19a/ ,
Mrv AI Uraway had a third birth Mr and Mrs Clarence Comstock I -.-
day party Sunday afternoon at the had a* their guest this week rffija'tilTam :
home of his parent*. Guests were Mr. Cpmstocfct mother from Sara i iaso '
Mr and Mr*. John Burgrn and USI' RNPORK
family, Karen John and Chris; Mr and Mrs Jake Durf,' 'a 50 ',
Mr and Mn. C. L. Ramey and son, Robert Burford and hit little t I I 'N&
children., John. and Wayne; Cell son visited with Robert Burfordaparents : Wti1. n.. tel..N eMe eanlw N .'",,>not, !lnaaa (tired Such) "GipenRlgAl" SIM.eI 11'Irhnt' gkel 4OlR(111'N
Luther Mr* Lydia Mann and
for a week.
Mr. Carol Aushhora... and chil j I F.
dren. Carol and Connie. Mrs. Hallit YoUng's irand- ; 435c CHOPS :,'BACON LIVER
daughter Mr*. Frank Klein, of
FFRSONALS Miami visited with her this week c-I ihm. ..... Orl. as 11II.... ......a
have Mr.as and their Mn. J. B. Lechner their i' TO FINVSCE! MEET .:_._.__________________. 't:1: 69c )
guests .
daughter and husband. Mr. and Vivian Andrew and Connie :: ru ii 7 :' lb. c
Mn. Jame DaYi ison from New i Thompson were granted permission ; = : 2c 79ctJV
Brunswick .
J. They have enjoyed by the county board to attend I K
several :
deep set fishing trir'Wcley a finance Officers Association
STAMPS 1O"1i S9cnr
at West t Palm Beach Oct >
Melton !nan of Mr. and meeting .. .. .... I R. I"
15-16. .
Mr. and) Mr* Cecil Melton! celebrated aril tAN d : j
his sixth birthday Tuesday. (limy Mar UftHI Meal _, .
Oct. 6, with a cookout in the CIIU K 13-ofc I "strU.RIc: aioicr.CHUCK \H II\n.RS MK MtDIUM. QUtR: IRO/IN( HKAI. RVRR\I:' MORHlll'sJi
back yeN of his /home, followedby TUNV 451Cnl
cake and ice cream Guests included .' "'.Ctrl. (. : I.- I ROAST SHRIMP i,...79c Canned Ham SIN."" $369
Mr and Mn. A. G Drey- Tiooperiills
era grandparents ory Meltort r IHKMI DKISSM' 1) I HIM > CtHK) : Ql'ICK!' IMO/rN ifrF' '
Jane Stuns Jeff Carter, Jjnie" --- -- -:::::::: ::=::::::;a ot\i> rn Rum: MACKEREL 1.-1"
Gregg kathy Baluer, Jay Duren. ysea imc't Sri.'ieia: HONK IK. D 7C tur IK" 4lc the, 49c Cubed Steaks iI, 79 CII
Kenny Howe Dale Alhy Jan r"
Brunv Kathy Poole, Shcrri Dur
en, Kenny Jenkins and Wesley'sparents S4 Special A & P OUR IINHST QUALITY GUADK
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Mel STAMPS> S I!
ton. Highlight of tho (arty was the HaHa II
WHk Tkto Cria..aa hMw N
opening of gifts '

Mr and Mn Laurie Lloyd have IIAIR \\lllll.!Ilan.K\IN t\AQ pllIII I!! : APPLE SAUCE 6 89 c C
purchased the 7-Ct Grocery from I I IPlsenters [ SrRAnn vltJ ,., =

cd Charlie here Cuthbert.from Moultrie The: Lloyds, Ga.Ve' mov. i l Oi... .*...0... 14 Ml*. l.-14-44 !

welcome them and wish them success i? st s. as!wIIQ! 1st] Special! A&P Ol R IHNISST: : 01 ;:\IJTY SI ICKl) orWIIOLUSMALL
In their new venture.

The Palm"sent Lake a Park floral Civic piece Association to' a Special Pineapple! Jan Parker Pie "i; T-39(:i iNr : BEETS .. .. t.lb a 10 c '\
the funeral of EJwird HBurrifU, : t "
who passed away recently The "t Every l)wy l taw Frlrt! Jim Parker canPumpkin ,
Burnett own rrlj'frtym Palm '

Lake Park Pie 1,5fc49e,: A>SlfNNYFIKIJ/ i) ,. *$ f '" 1Ff '" '
Mn. Games received word that ,
fUI! All \arietlr Ann Pa.
her aunt, Mn.. Blanche!Wboklndge, S/I|< '.' PLAIN OR ,
r- Ib
Arkanias City Kans.. had 'putted Cake Mixes 'P'...: 99c aOITO ,,
in i stopped vihfcli L fJ;
after ettended Mines
away an 3 9 c
should alway jet out of J1 U SELF-RISING
Mrs Melvin Sims returned to the car on the curb ude Special/ Aaa Pact Sp Ktwttl or IV O bag

her home. in West Virginia after Drivers who have parked their Macaroni 2Plih* 37c
the the homeof
upending summer at vehicles Should be especially JAM; PAltKBIl GOLD; I MAUIUI<
her ion and daughter, Dairy careful In opening their door Sp chilt Norihrrn .Bulhroom. or ;
Sims and Miss Barbara Sims of
Park Court. to get out. Swinging the door Tissue 4mla 35c .
too widely Into oncoming !traffic 9 oxaSate
Mr and M..... Bill Sims and may cause i serious acct N! A M Drnll-KM' POUND CAKE 49 c
daughters Sherry and Kathy, returned I dent. 3-U l loaf
to their home in West. Vir> Tooth Paste 5 \\Z: 99c
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( All 1'urpoie! JonathanAPPLES

GRAPESI.iisciom l Kipc( BANANAS 225LETTUCE c

: head 19.
aaan a aouW -a Wananal e i ia. earn I.a.aelt lecher j;

i sa 2 Ibs. 25c Juicy Yellow 8 lba bOIC5 9c

Hurtlctt PEARS: : 2 Ibs. 29 c

(ikksortleha fts.ara. K..... 4-W. I4NK FAKKIHKiirv Plrr.nu tlk'rA/ IN Hill/ At) AMK
__ awn a aaa. 8e.Mta.a a.a.t iMaaa ucur TUNA .... 35c keg 39c !if ,.}fiv9 Only''> Phfd'sramps, UMIII" IIIHIJ !Uf.NabAwe .

4 tombmSALTI.NF Ib, Hftim OnhmMtr 2%.... Potato Chipslb. :t ?. .6f'' Iln Glib/ fatr OCT) 14

J 1 ,... 29c : MIX peas. 37c I'" ,,aai ,"'u.t.lIItu.tow'INt.. Open Weekdays

!lara..LM Fre t2"w. Irtt Top frmuw 'J.il..r1'30.
79c 2a. 43 C I : p.m.

IJffcl. hl.al l f4S.... Parlay g I". I box 49 c f1rida)'* 9 p.m.
35c 27c
I TUNA ran MtRCARINF. pig.
Saturday 7 p.m.

-. i..an -aura -a -.east
CRfF.---' GIANT CIU.' GIANT; AUVr MIJIE'S P1(1.1110 "rf'Ult(. mi Movtr PIrrAPPg t VW. SINR) f RNl'.O'

Florida's Democratic) Congressional l MEXICORNPOP Peas with Onions I SLICED BEETSBABY 1 Vanilla Extract JUICEnntRKr.it I CRISCOACTION I

Delegation Unanimously Endorses 1 1.11.. I.... j SI.' 11.... .
'an 23c ": 29c Jar' z5CCERSINi :49c tsdi$; 4 3 C can 79c
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The membtwi of Democratic Cwigrfulonal D.'U-
Patton from Florida are) proud of the outsta..... CORN FOOD TREND I I

ing performance of Ijrndofl B. Johnson as President POST4STENS J Ime. 14ts ....
of the United States They commend him to ;:: 29c: : 8 JAM 89C tkt, 29 21 39c 4'e 11:& 79 cnrrbJlrrrr

you os a stable effkient odministrator, and asa
proven friend with on understanding of the BLEACH An"m WIRliVrn NtNf 1IVCS 1'il'UIt) 1ft)''V.1.

programs which vrtaffy effect FlonoVi economy.floritf&.Hwd CLOROX BABY FOOD CAT FOOD I FRUITIUPUNCH PUDDINGSZ FAB I

$ President iohn i /? ".:'" 39CGRAVY c: 8 ,ARJI89crnrNGr.Yr 4a:=e.59c 4f.a. DOc I V.T,:: 23 t >pi .'69c

President iotwson Needs-Your Vote _
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DOG mm (L.EA'VrRAJAX' "Qt1fJ It r.ArrxAJAX Ul'V. n..tlCUrrA.JAX. UQt1'' IJUflGr(t

Vote Democratic 1 November 3rd f TRAIN SUPER SUDS TREND'J1IE

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. THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Tbnr , II
4-8 TILE STUART (m. ) NEWS ThuNa October 22 1964 I I I

I Ocean Breeze Park News;- I

f : SOCIETY NEWS I Mr*. Rosy, Enntld, CotrtfpoodnlMi1 '

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, I I Ij JLf. ''M $ r ,. ... j J J lohn> Corliw. and 1 ... Larry Fisher, New
, na Tweed spent Friday in r ., Nturocd\ for the
j celled visited her ret&
Biuh whcru" they y
Mury') > Hotfital. to tee Mrs. !this summer.
''SIU11%()n. She U. recuperating, \ ,
'" Dave'" Donaldson
II recent operation.
from visit with
Mrs.. Barbara Miller. "' ,
hngton. Va. now touring, .
[SUPERMARKET \\ds a guest of Mrs. to her ca--
s TaI1LI1)Rl) ) WIU) low lust. Tueikluy. &She! left a aviut > \was accompanied
I \' in Scbrmg. .
1 1 cry day is a bargain day' for )you \when\ it coniesbuying ., I ', .. Mrs, TiUie Thelma Hindoo Pe-,
White Chocolate, $$4 Mr and Mn Jim(\
STOKLEYS Pillsbury I .
NO. 303 ( \ Mass.
1 They will
q food at KINDRED'S. Did know the aver- S S Toms River N. J J. have ,
5 ForFor F $1b I I Yellow3, For F $i p e American family spends s only 19c you out of each dollar 'I,'I I'the for the1 eastern!! \winter\ \ states after and \ ",| ', Mn it,.,with Molly her Butter.Mrs.
C A K E M .. in November to
In their former
GREEN timo
BEANS r food. At KINDRED'S' )your 19c will go further \\H ':'::I; ;::..: ;; ; i sonio) : \ \.,
GOLD BOND Wo welcome two' now .
and FREE : : : Wilder Weeks:
receive the friendliest service 1i& ,er. ;
us you nent residents r.Mrs. Hilda. r spending, ins*

DOLE, 46 OZ. PINEAPPLE HUNTS SPICED NO. 2/2'!/ LD BOND .":g: tVSl with;it every purchase::; be: / n.. is ve. ala.J s wTh8VEPPVIOlAOP I hut beth front Paul New" recently York, of and from Miw: ) ms horn in Oreen'
19" food-is-a-bargain game : formerly\ .
to play
L re )I I' ,.
I I 3 Si$ 4 For $ th 734 GASH PRIZES. Get your card here f : -' Lnglund.Mn. .. "James McClarty.is II house.

I JUI I J I ICE' E 1.1.P. P EA C H E S i. I' :lay y FREE. L1llJWllhIllIllllIIllllll11IO Idel\\vuniu' \,! ,MUSH and Agnes....d, Mrs.Mn Jjckson Cupp(OUdys' from )' Tom'spent Cook Friday. and

I I I (front,' Dunvcrt., Mu...s.. have a r ,
;t hIIllllllll1IllhIllllhIII1llhIllIllllillhIllh1llllII! rind (for iho wmttr..
> .
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I \ICftTUIt''I% ': ?
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GRADE "A" FRESH ICE PACKED :lORGIA : jGOI,9ND1ll The Tucsiluy. .. Bridge ,.,. ,... .
e i'', S in CIciiKiU" Mall 'with four "'... '. "II'.' "ns.1 (cot'. n'
Y1R. AND MRS.\ JAMES a WATSON observed their forty n' S c c'Ij Pluing) The 1 \ : :' 'IuLTi'' ,
5 IVW ruKMASI Of t Jrliret:::
seventh wedding, anniversary Sunday and were honored Monday V1TH Miuhcll.I.. / I S .,,' :
.evening, at an anniversary$ dinner ,given by Mr and Mrs Ole Paul, V VIII l MactXwuM<' C a t I I,*-' .\ \t,' t
their home in Palm Mr and Mrs Watson CUM of 24 16-0'' Cut* Cola ,(t Cram;' Jouie". Armstrong, ) [ / ftILIo'I':''.'
Almcgord) at City ......
Wltk TVU C 4 Octekw Si 11.Cau I field.!. Oil oChihjsc( L.., Jim ., .... -- J
married Oct. 1917 \ '
were 18 in Ursina Pa. He is s a candidate .. 1,11555.5"' r r1.
Al Lcxe I-IT I LilI.e. Mr \ :I: '1"
Whole ;
for Mate senator of the 33rd $Senatorial District! i ;C hurlei: (dorde and Mr. :::l : :. 1; !I ;:* I' ''tI4&
> \ ) I 'PtiRt4T.' : '
Jiuk.Vni\\' Winners m; \KkJffir\ '-
wi : Y Now-iED
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PLAN, 10 ATI USDDbANLKY ) Chrolto, Miss s Helen Reilley and "."" .... I (Cole, ,lliMu', "Barker" Virgle. :,l.,.t,.,I jr,:':.I,.:.;., l rl'r.'t'.I..r'':.' .' ':.....j"1"11-.'' ,:..':.,,:
ion, I I'' T 1 Lillm and Vul :;:,,::::1t )1 r .:. .,."t. .MNNl.li p| 5.-' n
.).. MEET .i. Mr* Helen Kubin I t ,I IH 'thl". "al I.
I(lald ') ,:; :IlIojIt". l'lfl.IM/N.' ,
Mrs. Julius ,
Dttmske former .
Member* of St. Joncph Parwh 4, > : > \.. ["niUr" r month*
reudtnt of Stuart, is president of I \Word)/' hut heM- received r.. I <:\:' ;' ,.r.r ,,ihn tor flr.t pub.I.,.'. .
planning, to attend the meeting' of the< Ea.<.. Coast. Deanery She and 1 lb. I Mrs. Raymond)' Reid I of)f .... :''I pM| >itr: I:In
the' East Coai>t Deanery at Defray y her family now reside at Juno Rapids".. Iowa, that esne* of ':., .:S :', ,I .{::. r.lii..,..w a WUM Ben:>'nf.if f 11.111 am'. ,.'
Beach ,., .' ,'''.'' ,, wia'01 Will I I.
on Thursday. are.. the Rev.. Beach. manent winter mult-nit' mlve"r.., m .t.I,.. ..1 ""'...Gk.' ._..
Jan Kioseller, Janiwzcwhki, Mrs. Edward Pope, \vl died'.\! this month. ,. (::1',,II, :..1 L.;"NIINNUN& ,
president of St Joseph One of fifteen (families .
every in i Oa 4 Oclabtv M. IS. ,
Alex Ouilil.,, :,Kaphel Mri' Olin Mfa.. Booth Marge, Pine.Mrs... the industry. U. S.in depends torn* manner upon the for milk its and"Among Mn, other Al llusklns returnees, ,, S St '' ,t.. 1 .n.l'IMl...;".'Mm...|$3.J.a.ltl.||l"Ull||, :.
MinCed. Turner, Mrs Frank livelihood. BOSTON BUTT WESTERN SLICED QUARTERS Minn Mr. and" Mn'. I rank' "'
LEAN 1I1II''Nf'' '
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-- LI_ lUUULhI ____ BrtKtkiton' Ind. Mr and j ''I )"\ 'Ii.... V ('MINI":. ,'KHN,
FRESH BAKED 1 : ;, l 'I lv. that t lila
,, ,, .
fhclnm (rOtm Mr and ,.
SPECIAL S c P E C I I A A L T THURSDAY I ) FRIDAY) I 100 (Ctv.t I llutihmnon' "." Mr, and" ,,, ,, I ,i,,, \'. .S'I.rIda ..
} i) i:. I ANI) SATURDAY) Pork Roast >lb. 491, Pork Loin >lb. 59c Iexfl4kpGOLDBOND'ac Paul.Barnhurt, ., Mr. and Mrs... ,,I:a I". ,*;:..\. '., ..rIp r....,","at,t'th.tho.....r<,.,.h.ur fif.r,:..,.';
ASSORTED i Kaivkln!; Mrs Al 111\.Iml'\ '''' ,, may. boo I.I.pI.. on
HONEY BUTTER ( ... (! 4 kt t thf.h 'Martin'
and M. Coloy Mr. and S:: =..;. .I'...,., .' ..:....I In Hiiurt.' rlui r,, '!
49 MYER LEAN """r>r, Mr, and Mrs. Hill i ,, iho. dillllan ft Ih*
) CRUNCH c CARRIAGE (CLUB U 6 29' I Mr, and Mrs.... Frank' Beat. .:': .:::''I',: i) :r.' ':"."|.''b.Mar11.:la,\th. (t(''eanlp'n.rol:."::;
Regularly'& 65c MUFFINS For ''' '' t '. '* .
Mr*. F F. Iwrugcr hal. 'r' ;: |l : 't ore M.iniQ$
I' + .
; IDEAL L BAKERY B!, E LITTLE LINK SAUSAGEpkg.29c. LIVER SAUSAGE I 39c< BACON >lb.b 49c _UjHIU_'..: ."_.. _._,Ir:, _. __1 (CliKinnuil nHHhir-in-luw after, Mrs.a' visit I Jrma:\ ,,'.r,',,.'''"''r,*',';,,.. I.,. ...11.ittjilHOT,,,front.Butt..HrK".',, .v vanS%mum',ltput..,i"..In.l t.llmll I II"")>,mi n'
i 532 Colorado Avenue. < DIAL) ,287-0544,, .., ?Mrs. Slays' Aiken. after '11,...f ,, >iarI",..hall 'onfarmi ..
) \: .I I i )v-i.iil.4 'ri'''iiilr.nii.iii. '
Spetlab'" also available at her travel irailir. reiurned ,i, .luiil.i in .h" HOUSE INSTANT 10 02. ,,,, ....
Mr and Mn. \Ions\ \\ Payne I.... I |, I ml',t. of',i r rw.r4 V"...
GRADE A FROZEN C now hume In Virim. >to&. She ,. ;' J la.,i. :'.1 f 5"i"L: (I.,;
| .t i I''sb K on' lli
Sl39 ''to return hero In I.. I I lln., >hll I W. .t lh.:
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... ,, .. ..
49cMAXWELL I, ., .l>...".nalhU....$" .Ihl'l wilt
BottomRound ? OF- E E Others. t to.. rvlurn :' .: j>,,' .1 hi.> urn. at. .'the
% \
I" ?
t or flflc c LONG. ISLAND I DUCK I 1'1 tier'Mr.," .from and Mr Iliyhltmd"!*. W". I'Uk'. "". : I..; .. 1!.I' (':. *<.".-f II(...*lt.ik.fNM.niHnl.::uf.*.lI,App.ai.par."..,..:..> i,..5.11,tbq In "-

Sirloin : : : Mr. and ii Mrs.. (Ctooriio .. C JI. ... ar,, Invited.. .. .. \
Tip .. ... kMr
NUrthfkkl> VI. and MiN .' '::.:. "> ,
Wm ....
Kuhr from I.leonia. N, I.SIr. J I.. I ...
I I IS N: :f .,\ ;ttll IMJAItl*
t .. \ "
Mr .
and Douglas A Wiihm
ROAST JJ not')( "wanting' hi> ho lit' the I I";, ; :: ;
ibDE rn FRESH hurricane., I 1t"10"" It, "went, I\la\) l- If... Ill, : !:,,", I
.. ,. ..
: burg a and IV) and\ Mrs.
went to Lk* Walts.., ,
S ,! ,
: CRYSTSI. : Mr.. .and Mrs. John Fagcr. ,
J] U.S. CHOICE WESTERN S BEEF, LAZY A AGED OIXIE I Pennsylvania)' .are'. nl hunio' \ .

emri !Street .after ip" nUUig. .

; TOPROUNDSTEA'Klb.99c R QIIflAP flier Mr In, 1M and North,Mrs.' .. William", : il1Ru1NCRlCA-

S U G A R ", : rived from. for Rlchnuind.' the\'winter Mich'. Mr.. .
I I (Cnct lluUhliiMin.! : aIrs"" from
4r ',itart/\, hera. "hw' 'foe''' the ""'

': t TO Cocktail! 1 Peanuts SOUP 5 P PEAC Lb. c CABBAGE i lb. 8 8c fur New fayvlllc""(he,I IMr U..mr-hlr.and.,.winter Long-Mrs...'Island..A.. I I.,.have P'III"'r" "j':| _._,!''t._

S -:.- KILLIKSECTS 3 T For*" *S1 00 I 6 Cans 1.0 I 0 0 5 29c S Are haveNs(;.KM, )M.,rrUk.i IIIK a awrmbtr.t'IujIrSIAN"4l. trhli,)rf, .the Ik....\ only..NallnMl AHKXt..!local..'".. 'jpv' ,. '

, ? (II ", PIE P E Z c N :! ;i :A [LETTUCE! Head 19.. AwoduikMi.* 'I.thin.........MERCHANTS...arnUmkMU." .III&! .(CndM......& BurtMiaT, Y.d YMM4 [. 'S.- I""


CYOON STOPS'EM; CATSUPFor T S P B E E S ,_ PRUVIIUM' CIAN f fDUZ A, X APPLES P L E S 1 12 For $$100 CREDIT.\ (COLORADO couvrrs Abuse)..BUREAU.\AVK.. Mmvi IEADINO(DIllON Tackle mtuit"Shop MIX L",, ;_AKSJURiTM ), %SIVARF\8VRt'.AU-\, (,1,1J0 .

leafhoppers, aphids, leafmmers, on your tomatoes, pota. I ", 2 3 3 3c S-S IVUII\. CALIF.' BVSKirOFJ,\' 'a U.WW. .()

|toes, watermelon? Maggots, teafminers, aphids on your 99 c Onions3tB.BAc19
(peppers?Aphids,leafhoppers,eafminers,mites,lygus& bugs qc C i; 1 C ,: LUXI U D. 22 Ox. Tomatoes 35c < Too o Much
2 3 9 For F
f"e your green, lima or snap beans? Not after you apply art 5 79. CA.SCADFDlSlgASJflG\\ ;
conomicalr low-rate dose of CYCONV', the insecticide DETERGENT DETOGENTsaos u. s. Ni. i \wiirni\ STOPPaying for

that' provides both Immediate contact control, and Ion,.'
(lasting/ $/ i u ual.actfyjty I. by,*ctm| $systemically/ // from lnsidthe 20 OL 45c NEW POP TOP \ POTATOES 10 1 'lb." 59'SUPERMARKET 5 Insurance

e planL ''Ttidnsak, ,,,.,. I IS Ie ELLOGGS I< 8 OZ. SHURFINE 2 Lb Jar' .

,...,... ... .......,... ... ..............a.. ... .da A JACK'S' ,VA.MLLAWAFERS\ MIUURD JNfl.O\\f.R. \\ I/IJF SCHLITZ -.-. .-- J-'r--'- --SC -,- ,14240. A YEAR' BUYS TIU' >I4tM A. YEAR BUYS flitS

t a:i Use TH g I IM ET I it planting time to iystimlcily! protect: :: c S S _____________________ f MM',. H.IM. $11'.000 i' ..II.. ..
C .......
: potatoes; 'from the ravages of leifmlners, aphids, leifhoppers, : CORNFLAKES C R PEANUT $IU" (Omlmto. .. .$4,000 (
; .. .
flea.beetle larvae .and wireworms.. 2 I 39c j jF $tlOO IU.I 'rjss,, $".000 kiutal
tomatoes from 'leafmlners. PACKAGE29c ,
1...... ...... ,.,....,.......,.,...... .......: BEER .123,000,JOG. Wbl 1 LhMUIjrJJ & '525.000%$tSO, Medical,!IJtIIIII1)
I .. DMSMC.. $$25!* Property, .0.1.mg.. .
t>tllY. : See your Dealer today BUTTER .nus ) INS ISO (C.U;.. sic' CIlM'

I j 6 Premiums Are 4 for Concrete BlockHouses
SYSTEMIC QcCERICRS c 6 P A 19 c C Outside,/ City Limits,

:f I I I I
SHURFINE $ SIRAINUJ RLD EART a.oF6120L89 No Charge For Liability On


..... 8 89c Swimming Pools! --
t J0I89c* 6 CAN* --
: .: ..
I _-_==__crANA_________:_:I II ""11 lue ORDEAC S

$J180 AMERICAN PfACHTRtl'! CYANAMID INDUSTRIAL COMPANY'BLVD.. S 3 9 8 4 G C Papewels CRACKERS a" Shop ?Monday' thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.a s Stuart
)JX; ;-, CHAMBKE,CtORCIA> 8 7 .3262 }Krueger Bldg.
to :
9 Saturday
f JAR Friday 8 fljn. to pjn. tun. pm..fy" I !
I -- 2 R; s'39c f-2 [- SS-_ ______________________________ ,

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Thumb. ), October. 22, 1964I /

t a v THIS SYMBOL o D I l s




fuatt ,r.. "..- ..... __ JI
e sdI 64 .' FOR SALE 90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 99 i iI'Services\ Offend, Misc. 171treaattaatq

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DIAL I November to 1 April. In Stu ROAD FOREMAN petlWWd 140 Cnvnlaml Mobile Home 48 3 ACRE TRACT Mar post office TWO bedroom, two bath water OWN YOUR 0 W and N TRAILER do

art. One bedroom duplex! bedroom MuM t M able to oprrtH road bv I II II) or owned landscaped lot and situated. on a cr cfc. Priced front home in Stuart City Limits LOT! Move on your
Well and
ATlantic 7-1550 dinette living and ) Clued sheds Close $130000 Term Completely furnished. Seawall, own landscaping septic LAW'SMOVING
/ kitchen, MUlftt1wAt] rtIWWIW 5 Wljfwork. Carport t too utility at Tayla-Ash- I' installed For iota
bath, Furnfehcd. 287. OH. tf ((33)FWO ) Apply I In person. I.uckhardtConstrMidn. t tI m' shopping. Low taxes Priced at Icy, Realtors Ph. 287-2440( dock, city water, citrus Owner tank already Stuart
To Place Your FAST SELLING t i 'IO-21* (4i) $7.100) ) Call 287-5507 tf (68)) 10-22 ((90)) will sacrifice at 19000. Box I mation write Box P. coo
\ furnished I I I : 287-1685. tf ((90)) New 10-29 ((90)) & STORAGE
LOW Cost: WANT AD bedroom apart- --.....- I W, Stuart or -
meo for rent in North River WAITRESS wanted for day or FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft wa ._ JJI U
hares. $12' monthly year around. night shift Only experienced! Servkta Offered 1I1,c. 71 terfront lot. ', High and dry. THREE bedroom home. Jensen I Real Estate: Wanted 96 SOd S. FLAGLFR, STUART

NEWS WANT ADS (r'all 287-3547. tf 35)) need apply in penon Poor BobYCockarl Sacrifice at $29 t fcot AT f2595. Deach-5kyline Drive area. 90'by *' Local and long dblanra mooIng
Lounge AlA Jensen JONE9 SEPTIC TANK SERVICE tf ((90)) 150" lot Will trade $4,600 equi atoaaarr' .d 1'111' Packing, crating and ship

RATE: Flvt tents per average WAtERFRONT: New furnished Beach. tf ((43)) Septic tanks clean ty for land, lots. etc No cash WILLING to take over paymentson ping.
vacuum 2 halh
TWO Home.
balrrxmy CBS
word, minimum charge per insertion efficiency apartments FishingPier needed. Take over payments Call three bedroom house in Stu-
$1.00 (for up to twenty Week, month season. Sea WANTED:Dahyaitier tight ed and re\ealed. Also drain fields Price reduced from $20,000 to 2810914. tf ((90)) are area. Write details to: Box L, WAREHOUSE STORAGE

average words). Words in ALL late! Villas at Lighthouse Point. houaeka Two children: repaired and relaid. FAST SERVICE $14,500. Beautifully landscaped' c/o Stuart News 10-22 ((96)HELP ) Ph. 2870878a
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first P. O. 1531 tf (US) Thursday trough Ssnxday.8:43: J : Dial or 2870266.tf located in modern subdivision waterfront JENSEN AREA. CBS 2 bedroom, --- --- mt
word: count at two words each. I I ISM"LL to 5:(00.) '46-<3<)9 or U6-5463. ((71)) privileges. C. E. Slocum |145 bath home BEAUTIFUL '--11I'- ..
modern apartment( SIS 10.213)( ) Realtor, SOS Colorado Avenue, FURNISHED.. Urge Florida
White spice above or below or week Close in. Inquire at The ---_-.!. FURNITURE rtfmlshing and re Stuart' Fla. 10-22 ((90)) room, roofed over back: paved WANTED IoU ..
within ad will be charged: : *J the Seveh "C'c" Grocery Store, North I PERSON wanted to serve consumers :: storing. Will call for and de lots of extra in this home. II TJ.__ n" .
Cumber of words (five) that coulJ US,+>1 at 20th Street tf ((35)ORi ) In St. Lucie County or Palm liver. Reasonable Call 287-1685. FOUR bedroom watertront home. /Air conditioner, washer, aluminum For Sale, Mhcellaiteoiit 118
bi printed in the blank line, or teach County wild Rawlcigh Prod tf ((71)) Will trade for vacant land. Write landscaped ;
line. Office Box 23, Stuart Fla. U (90)) awnings carefully 1.1. ._ .
25 cents per Rent: building across ucts. No capital: investment re for 1599000. Roland WantedAt r -
RAY COOKE'S Tank Serve care
Septic easy
"Display Classified" r 11 e i on from Seymour's inn. Call 287151. quired. Write FA J 581I.
: Rawtclgh, Colorado
WILL 729
Ice. Cleaning and repairing Also' TRADE MOTEL north of O. Lueder. Realtor,
application.( tt ((35)Ntt ) II I. Memphis Tenn 10-22 ((43)) drain fields repaired and re-laid. Stuart valued at $17,500 for vacant Ave.. Stuart. 10-22 ((90)) Once WE'VE' : COT THE

These are cash, rates, for ads ) and two bedroom apartment!, SALES, service and! claim work Dial AT 7-0651> AT 7.9862.0(71)( ) property between Stuart and -------- -- :
t brought or mailed to The Stuart furnished or unfurnished. New : Married man with high school fort Laudcrdale. Taylor-Ashley, HOUSE Two and a half years w w-/'
News with payment. If you are a and ,modern. On the river two education. Ages 22-39. Six hxrnthstraining WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE Realtor, Ph. 27-2440. 10-22(90)( ) old. CBS Two bedrooms One Piano Player.Also
mail subscriber are BALANCING with Bear Equipment bath Carport Screened patio.. Air
Stuart News or blocks North of Courthouse 55 E : kitchen
listed in the Stuart telephone dues period offered toG by trained mechanics will pay NEW 2 Bedroom Home, Evergreen 1 conditioned Well landscaped; $9- Cook
Scmr ole St. 2871197. tt ((35)WO ) CASA RIO
benefits $10250 week .
tory you can place your ad by tale I a start for itself' in lira wear. We have the Part Subdivision, Hobe 900.( Some furniture included. Owner helper. Apply in
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and bedroom house St. lucie Phone West Palm Beach! Temple ;equipment and men Your friend Sound. High elevation Large livng 219 Harrison Avenue Coral BOAT *) MOTOR SALES", tae

ay "I want to place a want-ad." Dicks Call 2873649. tf (35)( ) 2-3265 for appointment I 11-1 I ((43)) Iy Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS room and kitchen. Phone 5465333. I. Hardens. Stuart. tf ((90)) person. Seymour'sInn. MO RMM TOT &Ie AT T-M44
I 111111 I' Dial AT 73355. tf (71)) tf ---
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,or ((90)) -- : tr ins
-4 J FOR Rent: One bedroom home on Employment Wanted 48 OVER 8 ACRES in high class U3)( )
St.,, Lucie River. Clean, comfortable -: HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, RIVERSIDE DRIVE with residential area. Subdivision
mail(l address as .UL III and Disc. Will clear lots tlful view of the beau-I
Give your and quiet. Beautiful view ofthe Mower : St. Lucie this for
1 sketch on large apartment ill! 1::........._
well u your telephone num r vet Days dial 287-1769; eve FIFTEEN years small office bookkeeping cut trees. Fence pools and pilingsfor 3 I bedroom, 3 bath home sites and 11 large homesites, plus m m
ber1' In your waot-ad. The Stuart ingsl dial 2875081. tf ((35)) experience (Builder l l ) axle Lawton Wall, Phone AT heat, air conditioned, fireplace in I recreation and parking sections.. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190

News baa hundreds of Have letter of recommendation 71401. tf ((71)) living room, newly decorated, all I Water access apartment zoning. __'''M -
out-of-state+ subscribers: who TW bedroom furnished' apart- closets cedar lined, elec. kitchen
nt in Palm City. $75. 287.tf Part time or full time. Permanent STORAGE Household goods, automobile $JS.OOO.JO.( Terms. Roland O.
are your'best possible prospects equipment, including dishwasher.
685ic resident AT 7-0570. 10-29 ((48)) !, boats, anything. Sections Luedcr. Realtor, 729 Colorado
: for real estate sales and ((35)) beautiful grounds $29XIO.oo.( I'
rentals, boats, help wanted, 1 a ........... low as $3.00. Large, new, Terms. Roland O Luedcr Realtor Ave., Stuart. 10-22( ((90)) THINK II
ONE; bedroom, unfurnished apartmeint. clean buildin +. Golden Gate Sloe
gardening trailers, and servi LOST A FOUND 53 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart CBS Two Bedroom, One Bath
$70 year round. Stove and age. A1A; three miles South of
ices. efriifcralor! lu ni hed. Call 287265 -4 Stuart 2871202. tf ((71)) __ 10-22 ((90)) home Florida room, screened- RALPH HARTMAN JR.
? it ((35)) : COLORED I in carport, utility room, beautiful ,
( LOst: Blue wallet on beach near IfOMF SITES. Full I I IVA
I WISCONSIN, Briggs Stratton, landscaping, large yard. 60' by
REGULAR CLASMFICATIONSi FURNISHED apartment Adulti Rand's Pier on Sunday. Reward. I Clinton and Lauson AIR acre. Next to New Salerno 125' lot. Home unfurnished Ask When You Think

Only. Newly furnished two bed Mrs. H. H. Hipson, 287-1671 COOLED ENGINES in stock and High School. Low down payment ing $12.000. Owner transfer. Call

(Numbers over 100 refer to display room apartment In excellent residential I 10-22 (S3)) I. parts and men who know how to Will ,build Low and monthly finance payments.home If 2876422. 11.12 (90)( ) REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE

classified ode, which appear : area, Two minutes from I repair them, ULMER MOTORS -
after the end of the smaller ads, In ;' town Now available on seasonal SPECIAL NOTICES S3 I"or" Dial AT 7-3335. Your Friendly desired JORDAN REAL ES FOR Sale: Commercial lot, 331 110- ]E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600

numerical order. B. sure to look I' or ahnual bash Also two bed I .... Dodge Dealer tf ((71)) 4837.TATE, 211 Colorado Avenue 10-22 287- Osceola, 6-room unfurnished tars user)
in both places) I room apartment available Jan. 1 I. ((90)) frame house, fair condition. Will .-_

FOR RENT 35-133 I Call 287-3167 or write George H NEW NURSERY SCHOOL} ) By i TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. OUR best buy two bedroom, one answer direct questions! E Coventry -z
one* Route 1, Box 412, Stuart. the day, half day or the hour. W. H. Wagner Co., AT 74880or bath, Bahama Terrace. Corner 5137 Pmcgrove Drive, Wtst
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 10-29 1( (35)( ) Napa on trots Fenced play yard. AT 71696. tf ((71)) Ins gas heat,' city water, cement Dunn Beach, Florida, 33406.tf.

''WANTED Tf RENT 40-140 Convenient location. Owned and _---' ., Ii J tile roof, patio. Reduced to $13* ((90)) Waterfront
HOUSE and apartments: 2 bad -- -- Homes Acreage
HELP WANTED 43-143 operated by Vera Schang. 2870771. 200. Reasonable down
PLANTS & SERVICES 73 payment.
rcH m house, 1 and 2 bedroompartriienls. tf ((55)) HERE is a dandy for only $9800.
Wanted 48-148 Must be sold. M. P. Nelson., Real
Employment and fur CBS 2 bedrooms, BIO Florida
Clean nicely 1:0.: .. 28.3566.1x22
tor 325 E. Ocean Blvd .
JJiHlneaa Opportunlllef 50-150 lined. Two miles from new: high ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS BLOOMING Azaleas, Roses, Bougainvillea. room, tile bath, gas heat, carport
LOST & FOUND 53-153 school l on State Road 76. Seasonal' meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wednesday Hibiscus, Ixora. Variety J ((90)) extra large utility room, built-in

SCHOOLS 54-154 or yesrly. 287-4>7611. tf ((35)) at the Community Church I of PALMS $100 and up. FOR sale by owner, practically Move and oven, breakfast bar-
155 Jensen Beach. For information, New Beautiful 3 bedrooms, 2 clean as whistle and only :2 blocks
SPECIAL NOTICES: 55- Tropical Fruit Trees. VISIT En-
COTTAGE for rent. one bedrKtm Phone AT 7-3332, JfjJ3)f ( ) bath house in fine neighborhood. from stores. Good terms. RolandO.
den Nursery, White City.
USED CARS 58-158 Furninc d. All electric.
All central heat. Luedcr, Realtor, 729 Colorado
10-29 (75))) gas Air-condition-
NEW CARS 60-160 I Available Nov. I 1.. Call 287-3478. $1 per day rental for Electric Car- "rag. All electric built-in kitchen Ave., Stuart. JO-22 ((90)) set ,
BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 f 10-29( ((35)) pet Shampooer with purchase PLANTS ; Sprinklerlandscapin.f. systems, appliances including dishwasher BEDROOM"WATFRFRONT T I IW i r ,
of Blue Lustre. I1l1rll11l1n..elghton
TRAILERS SERVICES-168 TWO bedroom furnished house i in I 1 Ja22ISS ...Uit gtin* enee.t-mbactc-yard.; Beautifully y 1
Furniture. ( ) HOME This is a beautiful new
Services Offered MJbc. 71-J71 Mctntcrey section Very clean Ing nursery in Martin County. Pelican landscaped! with deep well pump llarsfluT '
$iRO. month yearly Call 287- Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A), and underground watering system house with central heat. J, baths, .,. .... sr
I PLANTS & SERVICES 75-175 per Florida room, sliding glass doors, '
1685. If (35)( ) USED CARS & TRUCKS S8 Palm City) AT 71918. tf ( 75)) Many extras included. Call own 4. ,A
wall wall lots and lots
1 For Sale, Mhcellancoiia 78-178 .A- er 287-48)16) for additional infor carpet
Wanted To Buy Mke.( .) 81-181 EFFICIENCY Adults only. UtilIt u mation. 10-22 ((90)) lof room. Just right for your fami. "Service'/ Means So Much"LOCKHART
4-door For Sale MlKttlaneoua 78PRECHRISTMAS ,
84-184 let and linens f furnished. Monthor 19 58 Chevrolet, off white -- --' ly. S2 ,60OO. Terms. Roland O
season 287-1950 after 500: ( Hardtop Sports Sedan Automatic JUlI i Loader Realtor, 729 Colorado
Red Estate For Sal 90-190 P.M. tf (35)( ) and Radio: In excellent l con sale of Tropical FOR RENT 13S I Ave._ Stuart 10-22 ((90)
'I 196 ---- ---- REALTY
Real Estate Wanted 96- dition. $485. Call AT 7-4187.
I oil All sized and ...
paintings. 111.
TWO-bedraan lurni'hdjrt..meM. ; tf ((58)) NeK RC+1nrr ;" tar!>naM
all prices Sandbox. Shell Shop. ,
It AU electric: built-in kitchel 1962 Corsair Radio and heater. Jensen' Beach. 10-29 ((78)) I I FOR RENT US SEWALLS POINT AT 7-1777
FOR RENT 35 Clean attractive, one block Low 4 JI l-t (1H>
Automatic transmission.
fmm hew High School. School
b..L age mileage, clean. $1,295.1962 Chevy MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest
children acceptable. Call .
anytime -------- -
Radio and heater. Clean SI!, t'
STORES and office downtown AT ->6Oti. I tf ((35) II\ r I EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS
or East Ocean Blvd. Any size. 095. See after 500 or alt day Prices In Florida ,,

Writ A. P. Krueger, 1170 B. DUPLEX, apartments( Minuteijfrom Saturday See at office ot first I
Ocean Blvd. Phone 287-2420. I boats bridges, beaches, bouse. Indiantown Road, Box 75. GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS
If (35( ) gnlf courses shopping centers, tf ((58)) ORGANS LET US BUILDAnd

clean quiet, healed. P. O. Box FACTORY air-cond.! 1958 Olds 98 orf['t
FOR Rent: Furninhed 2-bedroom 1186. Telephone 87-0197 ova EASY TERMS
Sedan. Power windows, brakes,
garage apartment close in, reasonable nirgs. 10-29 ((35) THE ST. LUCIE
t Radio, etc local one
Rooms in prl steering. MORITZ PIANO CO.
; Garage;
vas home 619 East Fifth Street, FOR Rent: 4-room furnished cot: owner car. First -JJOO takes ;-it/. 112 No. 5th Street ATLANTIC COURTAP1lATMENT9 pee and kwd. room efficiencies.Spado .
Stuart. tf ((35) fags Clean. $.50 per month 221 Martin Avenue, 287-2500 or Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 Finance f for You!
Highway 76 at Turnpike. Phone 2873280. tf ((58)) U (78)) ** shaded. gronnda,
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TWO bedroom GB.S, Home. AU! ----
297-3170. Ja22IS( ) .'. 'u,_ Parking Lea Boat Dock.Shufnebowd. .
electric equipped. Furnished 63 TRUSSES, clastic stockings, nl BAIT OCftAN Bori.ETAMDSTUAHT. TV and Lonf
No children: and No pets Cal THREE-moM furnKhcJ/ apart' BOATS SFRY1CES knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart e'LORIbAao0octxcRnto Your Choice of 20 Different Models.
287-5733. 653 Bryant AvenueStuart meat' Water: view. Dock priviIcftef. __ ... I Ar..RT1IPT. Week konta Year
Drug Corp. tf ((78)) .
Downtown Stuart. Reason a noons ATHARe1T4Ra0ARD 3 and four bedroom homes from
)\ tf(35( ) roR SALE: Complete line of I : $12,500to
a able. Yearly or seasonal.' Also four Marine Supplies{ Marina Paints -- ; nauioHAai.B COI'RT (24 ST. lUClfi! CkFSC'ENT'STUART
RIVERFRONT home with pool room( upper Yearly. Call 287, Marine Hardware. -everything for RFAL ESIATE FOR SALE 90 totma HATEStr FLORID $25,000.

for rent Call 287-4 Furnished>948. or tf unfurnlghedj ((35)- 0837. tf (35<(< ) your boat. Whitlcar Boat Works, I 1bo.1 I r..otr, o..d v..rreW Telephone 287-9812 LOW DOWN PAYI\iCNT. Conven.

----- Port SewalL tf ((63)) THREE bedroom home. North T. FACET, Mgr F. E. WOOD, Maoaitff

ONE bedroom- furnished house FOR RENT OR SALE 38 OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIR River Shores. PooL Large lot, well i ilandlCaped. 01.1 At. .- tt f11rt r Ius1sRRM tional 22.ye r mortgages.
month. ALSO one bed Call
Quick possession.!
r room ;furnished apartment $5 O -- ED We have parts for coil at\ 287-4845"! or 287-3279.. tf ((90)) ': ,.-,... .... .ruao ,nV' ;rt. BUILD ON YOUR O\VN LOT,
) Call RIVER view A. O. popular maker Can test your
month., cottage Dreyer
28T-ISt+4, Port Salerno. 10-22(3i( ) Orange Avenue, RID Last and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial I CONTRACTOR has: new two bedroom EXPECTING COMPANY whether paid for or not (in some areas.)
on left 2873464. tf ((38) AT 7-3335. Your Friendly Dodge tile bath. Paneled living WONDER WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWNY
ONE bedroom, .mlctikt ,bath, Dealer 1 tf ((63)) and dining. Landscaped. Hawthorne Call For Fun Drtefc,, PhoM Me, Reverting Charges
terratzo floor, all electric kitch BY Owner, Two bedroom CBS Avenue, Golden Gate,, near n and slop worrying! Reasonable rate and as) atmosphere

en, furnished duplex. Adults only, Home. Furnished. Double utility \ AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer.Parts. ALA $9,800.( () 2874678. 10-29(90)) that will tunas* aU .tat jrw own .

no pets. Call 287-5363. tf 135) rooms. 29 Canal Avenue, Jars Complete Sales Service CALL MARIE KIRK. MANAGER
Good selection of dependable Use REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE ANDREW LAPPLEPhone
ten Beach, or will rent to adults :
1 November to 1 April. On thi only. William H. Reiner!. 210 FntraJa Motors. Expert Factory-Trained Will trade 2 acres on St. Lucle I N." Available for Yoat Steephg. Comfort

way to beaches One block oft Ave. River Park. 10-29() ((38) Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT"MOTOR River east of Stuart for Highway Niagara C1clo -l\r-ae UaJK .ta Our Dada
East Ocean Boulevard. New two SAltS Inc. 440 Rt. 707 frontage or Commercial property,
bedroom duplex" terrazzo floors, FOR SALE OR RENT?Three bedroom In. RIp, AT_7-0944. tf(63)( ) TaYIor.A hley, Realtor Ph. 2872440. Southwind Motel l West Palm Beach 6832375or

Formica kitchens tile baths, carport one and a half bath home sj'p ; fi herman ; 10-22 ((90)) Write me Box 648 West Palm Beach
21' Lapstrnke utility ,
US.! NO. 1
utility room. All electric: 287 Central heat and air condition In.. STUART TELEPIIONEi 2870773iss
with 90 [vln-
5055. tf ((35) 187-4)93. tf ((38)) 1964 h.p Y ( ) Iota u",
Seminole triilcr.
COMFORTABLE three bedroom rude good motor condition, Excellent outside Very ...A. J1I Ii. r;.. .
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dwelling and chap r>n Indian boat $179'. See at Casa' Rio Rl --------

River at Eden. Furnished: or unfurnished. 707 Rio. 287-0944. 10-22: ((63)) FREEYour

WNTADS pm. or .Sandbox AT 7-3190 Shell after 10-22 Shop.7:00((38): ) I 15-IXof=4A' horsepower: 3-inch. ; ;Fvinrude fibcrglas-; boat a n d C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I I

trailer. Top and all accessorlev: Want Ad in
_. .
w. !
S74$. Terms. Phone 546-3456
roll Saie: 14 ft. boat with 7-\.t'\ is printed in I RESIDENTIAL I Ii. I EXCLUSIVE I I COMMERCIAL I |

RESPONSIBLE Family, both permanently h.p. outboard. Come sea make TIIE111ARTINcoUNTY
I employed, want to rent offer. 453 Riverside Drive Phone i. 2 BfDROOM-New CftIHaIc Kit. "Uft.tut I. HOME: attt DUI'U.-lille sew-wWi 1. LOOKING FOR Cast atottl bays.wstfrrfrwrt .

or lean three bedroom house in 287-5619. tf ((63)) FREE .. Bring tsar full 4k i.t room-" 21 loft for taiUhc ........... Good. Mi .r. wide Into aas ardeael.
Stuart area. 'round basil bat> FlmMa roam-. .river hrw. with .
year PRESS .. Cs erctai(
Sunday hivnTRMsii for retired or alert ksiBdcr. tr e4rir baiUbit
Write Box L, c/o Stuart News. rarUiuVa for boating hb4'low M
10-22 ((40) :24 Upstroke, hardtop hull Will without! charge. $18.000.00. > Priced to arlL klgkwsgr' famta** .* csat to rher rr..*.

._. take inboard or outboard power aft a. HMcUmai Ward. We fart oo4toy
1T1UJ I |
I If ran Install motor in \ bad 1 2 BEDROOM 1 CBS-Located V* Hot*
you your mil appttra regvlar *ra* > .
HELP WANTED q !. QUALITY HOME .as Port SnraR.. + hs tack .* that fargar4,,
spare time, you should tee this Mly, oat to slbptey cbastftrds IMthta. Priced low at $1300.80
bah Ideal for inside or offshore totf bosUtasj-lhluVig a* *.WU walk*
wklch CIa k. rerwat X PORT SIWALL totfroMM, 2 t-*.
Fishing.. Call West Palm Bea h, TE204 .. ?. Ttt' ON SOUTH u. 5. 1-ExetlVntt
CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply a reduced reel) cathedral n-.. Las=* room+mad en1 lag dktoacr"' -loofc and f or yManrtfw for
6SS 178l.
In person-A ft W Root Bee %-' or tf ((63)) lka-- 52yoo,01. Ms attract** .fltrtag.. a ILYdy er H*.aH JMMHMI prefect.

Pial ATlantic 7.1550 Drive In. U. S. No. I, South Phone your ad to
Stuart I 10-22( ((43) TRULERS A SERVICES u in i
287.1550 and
and ask for the WANTED: Beautician, )junior or on this twoforx
sonior fun Beauty house trailer. One Bedroom >
rinse. Polka 33-FOOT IDea MLSG.B
'W anE Satan Phone :287-3484.. $375. Call 2874116.Ja22 offer! ,. ., "'.'
1 Ad Taker: lag ((43)) (68))

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AL I Moscr (.corge Bovdxton. Mr. TIlf0.: ART (norMa) NJW; Thnrsdm! OUilMrl I'IM( 7 Bp
Births--Mr. and Mr WilliaDung Wllhe Parks. iophic B Kiralunis '" i Census of -- --- - ------
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a daughter 14, Mr M)rile Kibbe., James i W I '
Bxt Mrs L J. ii.Ocat.d : John Filanowski, ,. Mary I .t 'r 1 ,
Bel. 14; Mr. and Mr R. S Co**. and Thurkey Miller; d H ,, "f" of V rw'1( AgricultureTo
son Oct. 14; Mr arid! Mn Wil James Simmona, Betty ( ... 1 Ji

e Parks a son, Oct 16; Mr. and ie McDwtaW. Arthur V .. .. Be Held
In. Ronald McG, a ion, Oct. Dudhp Kenneth i : t
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George Myers. $o\t\ t, .., "I
7.Oct.. 11-Admitted, Joseph Oct It-Admitted', \ .,. Jot* W Hooker of Belle Qiajte

Kaydcn. R.,S Catherine Cobb, discharged Keeling,,Browd aftBin ald NWe McGee.. Edward. Alma .,& ,) j .-,:..... ........-.;; tor has tht'Keen 1964 named Census a crew ol Africul leader I ,'

Lee Sophie Juschle! and Mar- Catherine Hutton; \ .t ( lure, Thomas W. MiYVhirter. director A
>n Hdskms. l Dorothy Poehf, R. W. + of the regional office of the :
Sun 4'\. \ U. S. Bureau of the Ltmue at
I Oct. Carter. George I I C
14-Admitted, Marie [)e. Atlanta, dabunced. The neat
Portolo. Betty Craig M h. Wllim !- and Wayne Moses! Mr. I L., crew leader it one of about l.8s: I _
Young Thelma Herbert and daughter AUna Joh !
passes throughout the U S. to \r
lieorge Myers: di-wharged. Euje- en !Schneider EmeM' ft'I reVeivft this appointment
kia Richardson, Elizabeth Emma High.
Dkini. : I The hew
crew will
Mn Mario Rastrclli and ton Oct. 18-Admitted' !, fein of supervise
a census enumerators!
eon Green It, Jcitnic Ratdiffnd ery Trimmed Geneva
who will visit all
| Gay Zinger. Audrey fXVary: I I' Martin farms and ranchesin R 'e ryr
I County to colltct I Oct I IV-AdniHtcd, Dr, Hollis I Willie Parks and Ion, r sow i cial census questionnaires from
Potter, Jewell Yagerline Carola ters of Mr. and! Airs I, .. ,J farm operator tnumeration: of
peed, Kenneth Bartlett, Dorothy man Anne Ctary all farms in the county will take
Foehr and Brenda Goodman; disIharged erne Keeling. Mace m November" and early December -
Willard Swcntzel Ada I Oct If-Admitted. .
nmark. Louis Colon, Ruby Randall Frances : I The census will be taken in the
Irecch, Mary Honebvm, Helen DeStefano. Fibs Wrlton. j following way: shortly alter Nov.
f oonrad Violet Feathcrstone, John Fra/cr Betty "Hams and I 3. the Bureau of Census', an agency
featherstonc, Marie DeBartolo ah Harper; di+lharged. of the U. S. Department of I
helms Herbert Brenda Good-' ton, Mn R. S. Cobb Commerce will mail census qucs- ,
lian and Mn. Willium Young and Vlncie Scamerhorn and tionnaires to all rural boxhoUlcrt. ,'

aughter.. ___ Aljcts Those required to fill out they)
3I y l A forms should do so and hold the i
Safe Boating questionnaires until a census. enum- f
ItRAL ESTATE FOR SUE 190 I crater comes to collect them At
Starts October
"" that time, the enumerator will help I s y yvR
answer any question that may have
A new safe boating A. A. (Buck) IIFNDRY proved troublesome' I .
Looking for a Oct. 23 In the Coast! The crew leader! is a key person'I'

\ New Home iliary Clubhouse! on the... Keep for Weeks In conducting a census of agriculture
River Just east of the Me recruits and trains the
Look at The course consists of enumerators, schedules their work.
'sons, one each Tuesday Refrigeration reviews the accuracy: of completed I I
day night forms, and conducts difliculi in- ,
Legion Heights The course coven the terviews.
subjects: process for treating fresh The corporation has established The census of agriculture Is taken
TV JENSEN BEACH I Registration and ; that muLes it possible a processing plant lit Wf every five years in years ending r
I II !seamanship, II aid keep them for weeks without Beach, the nlnchinvry of which: is In "4" and! "9" to gather Information -
part ;
SAM RHODESCONSTRUCTION lion charts and has !been developed to be moved to wauchuk for on the nations agricultural
; compass a Florida! vegetable grower. processing the trop nos comiirf and :
I the road; motorboat resources: production .r
I INC. and safety; method Is now in the pro onto the market in that ana. The !Stich data are vital in making decisions I i.- r-
I special, St. Luck Inlet $00)H of being promoted by Nature work will be done on a royalty affecting many segmental] r _
t DIAl: 287.4710Ph8 basis at a cost of l lest than
The course is free, Incorporated of West Palm of the U S. economy Data gathered .r ?A _
Baker, Sale Manager ,, $2 for The corporation is headed cent per individual Unit l Include! the number and lire
if star materials.t charge Colonel H C. dee, of Gee & They plan to establish other processing of farms acreage and harvest of v
Consulting Fngineers. West plants to handle l the cucumber rrops, livestock Inventories, and \
.. \ Beach. A, A, Buck' Hendry! crop as it moves from region Ihformation on farm equipment
: Stuart is vice president of the to region northward from Florida and Improvements and Income and j
Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You DidbOn It has been tested with squash some production expenditures r'ir.r '"

Rogers, well known vege and found. Other effective vegetables with and this fruits v'getable > The information will be pubHthed rX>l\M:>, \l\MRr;: IN IIOU. MV .|@d! and trances Lawrence of Scwalls' Point-admire the ..
grower of Fort Pierce devel starting in 191fOf counties old Dutch atmosphere of the Jan Stern Roars of the .
are to be tested and for those on Rotterdam Hilton during a recent trip to Hol
the and the
He Is states nation
OKeIIgTM{! of process the corporation.general which it is effective it will probably land Mr, and Mrs. l-awrcnce were combining business with pleasure. he, is manager of Frances
: process which has been ap revolutionize marketing I Women form :25 per cent of Langford's Outrider Restaurant studying European restaurant management and! she. buying for
n by the L. S. Food and methods .he. Australian work .force. the Outrigger gift shop They also visited' the United Kingdom and trance
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900 Colorado.., (aero from 1st National Bank) AdmimslMtlort. is strictly ----.---- ..
AT 7-2500 7..fin : However, Hendry admitted : ; -
AT 7-3280 AT .
News reporter that it docs Ten From Stuart Orants-in-aul are for Pierce, is this year's recipient oft
DON O1CELLY oc BOB WILLIAMS a liquid In treating the I AI/ graduate "students, Miss Ann un."j grant from Tau Chupier Miss I
jo.it ( .10. I I Meeting ler diughter of Mrs Men I Keller: In a Junior at Stetson Unlvcrsity ",

,' cucumber showed from the a News planting report in i Of Tau Chafer ler_st>ciety member, from- fort... .---

It had been picked! twen- I Tau Chapter of Delta Kappa
y ago and treated four days I Gamma met at I'crl'a! RestaurantIn I ELECTJOSEPH .
When it was cut the "c "
Choice Waterfront Vero Beach
PropertyOwner have out juice the as profusely as it Mrs Robert Alderman recently elf when Okre) S. .GREENLEES

'" day it was rl .hobce president, conducted h...").- DrMO '
it had not been I ( < K\IK tANDIIHTr. FOR htRIIN ( tlINIYSCIIOOI
Will waxed and it was not in ketJ'l neat and! committee meetings.. >> and t
Sacrifice shriveled or withered presided at the luncheon I ltO \R1) MUMHUR, DIST 2

Vero Beach members were ho.t.e .
20QFT. ON"1JROJUST'rUCIE: --- I 1IC'1 and hud decorated eluboralc'v a I r ri
s K. MKKUOOI) with fruit and full MiagePluns 4
/ NAVY FXIRCISF I II ti> divide l Tau Chipter 1. Martin Connty Krsldrnt

K lAickwood!, Kxlerman I event)three members are In the i.t a ,, fur 4J enrs.
With Seawall USN of Mr and making.and there will "be a new '
,r Married/ and have
re tcbJMren
chapter composed" of members in
I Owen W. Lock wood of 21J
Property has depth of 484 ft. River Drive Jensen Beach, rh 'Indian River County U Martin Cmiitj :
in a North Atlantic r r + Mrs Marcus tiiyer Introduced j.., fchm.
Within City Limits of Stuart I Organization (NATO) naval f Mrs Addie Lewis of Valparauo. + a
operation called "Exer stale president who poke on "DeVel I 3. Active Member of the
: 1\..'. a S
\ ss
Work" irt the North At- 'r>ng furtive I leadership, a PrettyIrrlun Church.r .
I II : 4aaaler. ofl Delta (lam.pra .
while serving aboard the spttnsihilii, ) Kappa
Nice Rambling Frame I lome and USS Murray. A OUARIFR CENTURY OP SIR VIC'K at Martin Memorial I|I member She told,{, how mem 4. AuwM-lNleil whit ( try and
.. unit, ttlong with other naval) hen wart leadership as well MS
officials I IJ when CminrCioveninenl furs
Oct. John Scott
Beautiful Trees and Shrubs I Hospital wit recognized! by received
1wns, from Belgium Denmark personal living and growing In
Norway the Netherlands a framed certificate of appreciation from Guy N. (Cromwell education; Helping new teachers'' |0 seen.f. .
. United Kingdom, Is conduct administrator. Scott started bit work In 1939 a* an orderly on and In turn eichanglnf and re Member of local Fngbatrln
See Yo'.r.Broker Phone Owner operations! in strike twenty-four-hour duty Later he tank a course1. In home nursing ceivlne 1 Ideas Iron' them .Is a responuniluy s
and! anti-sir war. and became a licensed practical nurse He Is a deacon of Mount of the society 'f | llrni.Yesir .
Calvary Baptist. Church, worshipful master of hit Masonic' Lodge One way Delta Kappa" Guam, f
AT training operations are and! a Shriner bridges t"P" between our country r /I II... VVI 'f''MAlIICAI.
7.2607 AT Ity to test the co-ordi and others Is awarding World

u ( I of NATO countries and de. STUART SArmSIl SUMMER 'TOURNAMENTMay : fellowships for foreign tlmhfntsht a e UPtJUt.Nn'b: .
their combined Axnhat read study In this cotiMry Florida' .
1. Oct I QUAUtUI s I'11IIIUII: r.
iness. ( 31) Mil Male granted two scholarships
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SAIl"SIC: Men's Length Division, George D. Cole. Memphis this year la members who and Xueport "AteteelaM In
Iii': ';III Tem. -Skipper II," Capt A. I. Whittaf -.? ..... t ft 6 In. are In' graduate schools 4: One member Ike Oisrral; 'lft11bts e. No.....,., lid.tlfud .

.. AFRICAN POMPANO* tone I L 6'Retr, Stuart, "Car-tune" received $4NM( fur study inforeign ..110'"' adatu..nc. .

THIS WEEK'S BEST Captain Louie Loan ..." ... ..". .. ... ..... ......... II Ih a country_.____ -
:: AMBERJACK: High I Merr wet, Melbowtt Beach L :'j
LThe "Gulftiream." Captain Vets. K. lourdaa v...*.... M Jb. I oc. :r.

ARCTIC BONITO:: Marie B. NetU. Memphis, Trim,
"Spray II," Captain Ray Young .. ... ....... .. 12 lb. I \c. 1 DON'T REACH FOR

BARRACUDA: Joel' Mlttlemnn. Orlando "'tiul/siream r

Captain Von Jourdart .. ..'VM" .... 26 lb. I ozBLACKRN .
alert realtor TUNA Dr. William C Lee, Altamonte Springs> I
,Iktlngn' of wall the moot hasexclunlve "Skippw II" dapUla A. ', WWticar .. _.. ...I IJ Ib. 12 of.

exceptional offerings. YOII BLACK BASS; R. b. Futch LaU Oly. Jensen Savanna 10 lb. J oz. j j. Dear Cititen/

most vkit our office to hear BLUEFISH: Cbarlet Oe< VetO Dealt ........ ......". .... i II I Ib I o*
tee thnc desinMe prop- BLUE MARUN: R, D. Farmer, Coco. Beach'", Spray I 1 II (II.( tine. an Insured abig. ar,.Mi.t .. ClilMM F........

ka all ealefories. COUNTRY HOMESITEM II,- Captain Ray Young _"...... . .......... I ISO lb. : 'fJ' mat mad be (be. aMt .Uawrtanl tW.g In the. world .

..r .large sea, .pIctnre. ..M steak, low BONITO Mrs. Cleo Oagne, (upon Beach, "Marybob I C hot hH sure wake jest Its* INn....
brMttiful BCTM M ludianlosta ... elfbtIk 111,* Captain Bob Scrlmsher _........... .. .......... 11 lb. 4 oc.
ACRES from Stoat CHANNEL BASS: Monroe R. Schucht, I II If SNMrel, ......... ...'1 slip ............ headache,

$5 (00.) Ocean Brewe Park ... ... ?. .., 12 lb. U oc .
CV re4' fannbmJ, tnmt hose bonded pH. MnMMth and gassed n...... maybe ansetfatge
... I COBIA: Mn. Rooert WaOlng. laesburg, "Spoy II," t '
400 bkxhwey ft. creek froiitoxe fronUge, WATERFRONT HOME I Captain Ray Young .. 1 .Hewed arfosMl .. Cldaae fe enl b the sight

DOLPHIN )act V. tJul/siream m Into yaw.
100 ft Weferfrwl II4MM ks Nwth RMShorCfe : Farley, E4u Oallle"
$ 595EXCLUSIVE PER ACRE .. 3 tea***. 2 lath Srrea Captain VOlt lautStn :...... .., ."... ..._ 43 lb.
PMtn-CeMral Air C. Mlltlmik.f a.4 llral. FLOUNDER: AnJy DemoU<*lc8. Jensen' BeIc17 lb. |10 or. t>pte. f Our presrrfrtlmM. Take .haul IS." oases a week to

JACK CREVALL u. LM,..,., Coo Beach ('setI'ederril! wall *ya.<... 'twpiwae cmnpletely.ClYDP. .
$24,900. Skipper II,- Capiaia) A. f. Wb.iicar .... ..... JO Ito 2 n .
KINO MACKEREL: Erie! a I D s ;K Jackson
um .. "'--enf1'....
See Smuts Waterfrost l Ilandman's Bargain Height. N. Y.. "f'raa1." Captain Pete Rohcrt mi $1! IK
LeeJaif Onn asiltfcs< I !
LADYFISH Hubert E. ........ :...-s' PLAITS
NORTH Rivrn SHORES HMM _kit 2 BeM.e bt IIMc.a. Psrt, : Sheppard. ftuart 3 to. 14 oc. "W'-
S.kr... Modma CR9, aedi drum..g. MANGROVE SNAPPFft: Monroe R Schucht, F.etoths Vies PmUml
NORTH RIVFR FOREST lid a ml bast Ocean BreeM Part -.M.... ... J Ib. 2 oc

RIVER RIDGE $7,500. POMPANO James Dailre. Ocean Ineze Part J B>. J-.

SEA noun Perry Kirk temen Beach .... ..' 12 lb. I of.StfECPSHEAD CITIZENS FEDERALSavings

leas Anderso, Port" S crn* .... I ft. I oc.SNOOIO .

C. B. ARBOGASTAND M.rria ScMi leaner Beach. .__". J4 fc.
and Loan Assn. of St. Lucie County
SPANISH MACKEREL Frank C. 1f rpn. Stuart .. 1 fc.

SPECKLED nol Lee DeLoach. !Stuart .. .. .._.. I".

ASSOCIATES REALTOR TARPON: Water Forrest. JeiM Beach 'M's pier. ... 15 (IbrUPLETAlLt 417 ORANGi: A VB., Free Parking PHONE 110 ......900

Ceiw $tgt$. ibytogg.'Jackie," &***

252 CAST OSCiOLA: + STltAKT .*. P1IONK 2I7-444. Prank Modosty:: .._..._. .... .. .. .. ..__ 32 ga I ox.vVXAJCFtHfJ FORT PIERCEfRTlS ;

Oord s4 E. &*. Miami __...,..**. J... 2..,
teal ntet YAHOO: Ceeete T. b'ldtfy.lori} Coy '

Traa L,' Captai pete RebtaM -."...... .42 Ibaa.'.", .



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.j.: / \. M I L Kit Butterfat.'S 4 Richer% Gal.y 5 7c Gal PlusDtpotit Jug $109 AETER TODAY SPENDS-Tax A THI ONLY Bargain"DOLLAR AVERAGI 19e ON Of FAMILY THEIR FOOD

DIXIE DARLING Play "Only 19"

,..: 'OOp STORES YOU MAY WIN $1,400.
;-.:'.\ '.',. WHEAT BREAD R.g.23e 1t2.L; 19c NOTHING TO BUY. CARDS

}.l.\-H! 1 !, /' % CANNED HAM I

.c i "SuGr R \ : --"=' '- COOKED BONELESS FULL'Y LB. $ 99 I Irii. ''

.. SWEET C fIDIEGIINI!! ( 1J1-- i'S
LI. 1J111IIJ11i! ):;
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1SiftS'\ I LlMITONIO'[ .WITH' .
I: :..i:.f 'J#: S lH': OkDER LE 'I'. Lb.69c.


: .THRIFTY Corned: MAID Beef I& 39' VAN Pork CAMP& Beans 43&. $100 SHOU LDER ROAST Lb. 5 9., e

Plum Jam 24" 29C: Pecan Twirls 3 te k :: T Lamb Chops ',69* Loin Chops... '5119. E Er

T "I S' 5 U E SAYE 12 C.""w' .,. r.10. Pk 77c W-D Sirloin BRAND U.S.Chops CHOICE Lb.89c Lamb E-Z CARVE Breast Lb10C. .: I "

I SEMI LB. 8ge

LB. ? I.
RIB HALF .. ."LB. 59I, .. .:. ; !
Pork SlIced <: :
Soars Ribs
Loin Into Lb. 69c ( I 49
Chops ;,
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'IR* 31: Wieners 59<:
Astor PEACHESTOMATO 429.0Z'; : $100 Sausage !

\ JUICE 4 :. 'T COTTAGE CHEESE 2 Lb.Cup 49 ,1:I

,' .,. 11
; 3 :&: 33C: Cleaner a:. 69' I
TOILET SOAP FUN BATH FOR KIDS STAR V ..,..:...0 '" .,....,,". .. i1
( Both : ZQ: ".. ....t (' I
Palmolive I I 2 33e SoakySANDWICH k SioE >
,. Bors i ..YOUR CHOICE' ,i ,: \: I
:: 'Bouquet t 4 :aan:?i. 34 Baggiesokra r :, 29 I '1i f% = '
'", Bouquet' '.' 4 Both Bars 5?: Aiax : LO SIZ'... 31 ASTOR OR '; y.

.. DETERGENTS Liquid Vel i '&" 65 AJAX Detergent LA.UNDRY s:. 83s CHASE SANBORN AND C J Jrr ,.
Giant'. Fab Pkg. 83 Action) Bleach a j; 79 1 1 CAN ..: ;i
I lIM1Y ONI pl ,j lI '
r M"" IITNIR WITH '. : t
I, ;.iih .
t,: ; .POTATOES 10 LB.ma 89 C f" ", ',(0. :';ff'
fiJ} 4 WASHINGTON STATE RED 00 Choc. Eclairs K A39c Shrimp BREADED 2 SSf Ip 71 1 ,',

t 1 ... ....J. Apples. DELICIOUS 13Tokay For .1 1 I ASTOR FROZEN .' :
,! '. 1:c "\ RED '

!' 1 ,, 'if:} s, ,:r 4 WESTERN Grapes 2 Ik. 29< ORANGE JUICE .4 6.0 Cans-. 99 g

;, : >'I > Lettuce 2 ; ; 49= MORTON FROZEN .
tl 2 L... 39c VARIETIES Each .

.: .VIJ llllIUl'NII/lt\l'\ l Ul UMIUll ft' R12'uwrnW ftv'l mlN.lI.m ''l. '
L ., 100 EXTRA FREE -- -
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THE STUART (Florida' ) NEWS Thursday October 21, 1W 1-C I] _
Sound Had Most Trailers Smashed at Hart ,
Damage; -------- - - ----- ---------------- - -

Bids to Be Called Again;

wisters in Hurricane Hit Inlet Bid 'High' WHYSHOULD

'railers' ,, Homes in County- Says the CorpsIn HAVE A SAVINGSACCOUNT YOU y I

Fierce winds built up for about dwelling rented by Mr and Mr*' ) neighbors were huddled for safe-
three hours prior to the eyes* arrival Carl Porter, un-roofmg it The ty m the concrete block restaurant Only one bid was submitcd on
Hurricane but diminished in only one Port en. their seven-week-old! nearby. "There was a roar and north Rube Sound had extensive Oct 13 to the U) S. Corps of fenginccnon ATFIRSTFEDERALSAVINGS&LOAN
( hour after the center passed.In daughter Carla. and the mother the walls bulged," said Burrows loss of shade materials, ti did the deepening: of the StLULIO .
its forward progress, the and father of Mrs. Porter Mr. and I "and we thought for a minute that other lower farm throughout the Inlet I Channel It was f for
hurricane was the fastest ever Mrs. John Legg were soaked by the restaurant was going too." county, and plants may produce $41,500 and was made by Trans-
shell[ Hit clocked here, progressing on a the torrential rains. Myrtle and Charles Comer and lower grade blooms at a result of State Dredging Company, Fort
northeast course at eighteen t 0 The house is owned by Mr. and their ten-year-old ton David ran the beating they took. Pierce.
twenty miles an hour carrying Mrs William Herbert of Penn from their trailer.at Charles andMinnie Two trailer were turned over The amount of the bid U well
gusts of eighty to 100-milc-an-hour Park, Jupiter who were superintending i '* Trailer Park near U, S. and others damaged at SuiuhineManors more than twice that of the government -
winds. It completely fooled verse emergency repairs Thurs- 1 to take shelter in an auto. When south of Mimu Almost all estimate of $18020. Poe s ,
[Hobe Sound tls
returned the this it is not likely t., be
an forecasters by the speed of us day morning. they to fifty-foot trailer park Id the south had a reason
arrival. Wednesday morning whenit A large rubber tree in the lard trailer it wa lying on its tide. toll of damage accepted by the Corp of Cngi-
was south of Key West The was pulled up by the tornado and A large trader demonstrator! at Many strata in low-tying subdivisions ;- nears according to W H. Wardof
eak Hurricane IsbelL travel- laid I Twin Rivers Mobile Park was the district olfice, Jacksonville 1
Stuart New predicted that it could we haven't found it yet, were covered with water
ng,;like a greyhound came whiz- not hit here before Thursday aft- Porter.A blown over on to another nearby a* drainage facilities proved Inadequate Government estimates on pro- CURITYr
son a diagonal line from Ev- ernoon-but .speedy Isbell, accompanied combination trailer dwelling and another trailer was blown off to carry oil the torrent of nosed work are not made public\ s ; ;
glades City on the lower Gulf"mst by a flock of small tornadoes owned by Mr. and Mrs Albert its foundation. before the bid arc submitted,
crossed! the 'Glade south was wreaking havoc I n Brunell in the same court was de- The plate glass front door of rain.Hurricane h 1 bell practically Ward sated.TransState. s v ,<
lake Okeechobee and went to Belle Glade by 7 p.m. and its full roofed and the roof and other debris Dr William (j. Mt>'crs' office at cleaned out the billboards along Dredging Company'sbid
r.through, northern Palm Beach fury was felt here a couple of was carried 300 feet into a Hobe Sound was blown in. U. S. 1 In Martin County. was opened at 2 pm Tuesday '' HOME
County and southern Martin Coun- hours later. patch of woods to the west Power poles along AIA northo No financial estimate of t h a Ott. II. Ward told The Mew BOAT
/ The Hobe Sound area was the A large fruit Hand owned by f Hobe Sound stunted crazily storm' toll has been made as yet. that he did not know when further
ITwisters accompanied it, dipping hardest hit in Martin Mr and Mrs Jack Leonhardt of Thursday morning but it was extensive in action would be taken on the M PRO VEMNTgU
wown to smash large demonstration A sniull tornado tore rls'oCf: the Citrus Center on U. S. 1 at There was extensive damage tocomposition populated northern Palm Beau I : h project.An .
;'trailer in downtown Stuart, and three combination trailer dwellings Hobe Sound was demolished.At roofs and to TV aer- County where a series of tornadoes original/ e estimate which was Ly'o
wreaking havoc to roofs at a HobeSound at the Surf and Sand court. about 915pm.: a twister\ dipped ials and many trees were blown accompanied 1"high" wind made public by the Engines, was # ,
[ cottage courtThe The roof Wilt torn oif an unoccupied down and tore apart the down. i Tornadoes were reported(! at Coral .I that the entire job of dredging a
A-shaped twenty-one mile trailer-dwelling ownedby Chuck Wagon Service Station on Scorn of large Australian pines Gables at Boynion Bench, eltc-' connecting channel from the 110trlCOlltal .,yt FtlRNIIU6A6Y1
eye passed between Jupiter Ught Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roster U) S. 1, Hobe Sound. The station were felled across raids! on the where in Palm Heath County and I' to the inlet would runaround
fandi[ Hobe Sound between: 9\ :23 'South River, N. J.. and smashed is owned by Mr and Mr. Norman I Town of Jupiter Island and workmen at Kobe Sound. $40,000 but surveys showed -
hud I
that the channel
:pmjand! 10:10: p.m. Wednesday acrov the neighboring roof of a Burrows, who with about twenty with power saws were busily In, Stuart. a mobile home at a safe depth and a revised plan
i engaged in mopping up operations. Hart' Mobile Hoses. Sales was- was decided lipon, centering the
There was some roof damage on, according to witnekvet-picked' off work on cleaning out at the inlit.
the Island and) major loss of trop the ground, turned over and hurled A Corp spoleimait" said Friday ,
ical l ornamentals on the resort! )I down on another trailer re*
that the" high bid was regarded asa
exclusive winter estates ducing both to something approaching token bid" probably made high
ALL matchwood. A bout
Admiral Richard .
[ "Juggle: manager because dredging firms avoid cvm- t
nearby w a practically
of the Town of Jupiter Island parked the mining their costly equipment in
scrambled mess'The
said that one roof was badly rink area exposed to "northeast storms. syy ,
damaged and a number suffered Skateway. a The will be .readvertised
f Famous well-known brands of/ watches to be minor damage "Around IXX( ( (t I due to open Friday, Oct. 16,Old behind possibly project:on a tlay-to-day conl
the Krueger building on '
Australian were felled back basis,
i I pines Dixie i Highway, h"lIlts roof blown ... a
front the roads, "he declared. -- --
The Chamberlain flower farm oil, and faced an enforced clueIng -
' ----- before its olficml opening.. Britton Is Head VACATtOW4.s
A concrete: light standard a
I component of the "Great t While
Way" Immediately notch of Of the 1964-65
'iSOLOOUTGreatly Roosevelt Bridge, Wan smashed 4.s
when a car hit it during the blow Members Drive ,
It had first gone into commiMion / ee//
only two day previously, I Ir'
Sll>ner'a TV More on Mule Road Bill Britton, manager of WSTU. I {A et' 'I'
I'i'lU{' 707 in Jensen llcach was gutted hu been appointed| general chairman
by fire during the> hurricane. The of tho 1964-65 membership
blare was believed to have been campaign for Stuart Chamber of
Reduced! for caused by a short circuit attributable Commerce. Captain of two comp -
to I she II. tlng team will be Mike Greene
Wooden shingles were torn from and Robert F. McRoberts: Jr The r''
All OccasionsSee the roof of the House! of Refuge drive will N conducted during the ; L3 URA
Museum on Hutchinson! Island. second: week of November. A call
All 1964 models from regular stock where the cover was also torn li going out for volunteer. wurkar
ourEXIEIt'T' from a water tank and a door torn for the team which have been
from ill hinitei. highly competitive: In recant year, Was eMh rSwar( f
...tr..U\l\ .as..cllilJ1lacl! The ppointmeoi. were the first
3 DESIGNSby on the- touted! w hicts, though obviously action th* rtorfanixailon meet ; ,
WATCHESi' bearing more of the brunt big of the board hold Thursday ay
of hbell thaa the Stuart area, apparently morning at Andy' In other buill-( #
escaped lightly ness, the publicity: and promotion
! .: GRADUATEFloral Fallen tree and debris littered I committee wa requested to nla ktIn"tfltlpliun
ALL BRAND NEW o:' most road" An th northern part and recommendation stR
repurding the marking' Into &tu-
DesignerlKRUEGER'S of the county, including Jensen I
Beach and Rio but the damage art from the Sui,.hliM Parkway IR .
I to match that In the
never began exit.Prenkknt
ALL 1964 MODELS south part of the county I the following lIt.yx eomnilitoe. *. assigned rnrxmsinilitit ,

Florist and Gifts to board members, with '
appointment hi be md
! gnat Ocean Boulevard from the general membership' upon(! G
; '
M SI UAH r, FLORIDA completion of a preference( survey

287-2300 I I Executive: -.I'n. isrtsUenl two!
2874637"TOO I I vice prtsident. Immediate pail t
I president/ and the treasurer
I I Budget and finance--Dim Ilow-
es den Make Greene and! Mrs. ROM-
lean Murray,
, FULL FACTORY !Retail trde-Mri. C. M. Walkn .
and Earl Dyer Rlcou: ,
f GUARANTEEThis I New bu inM.-,R. P. MiRobrt : -
4 i Ir'. and Ray Conk
I Civic improvement .
and Ronny f,
., {
, Nel on.Publitlty. ; :' 14'4i2i
is an unusual opportunity > 0it. promotttm-lid .e ,
Hallicy, U.ll. Billion and Jot fin

Models r I ley Tourikm-Don Bowden a II dWale..ay.
We Never
Carry ties-Htirman* and RtlU.marine f4till-: air wi'

Over From Year To Year I tOM U'UGtJ\II'Y Engineer: Hit:Fred DRIGLEE Bell RIPAlk1 received authority

from the wmiy> for tarn
YouTJ find waterproof, sbocLproofs, autocad M fill .band. Thb b a year-M4 saleS iwb $WK (III emergency repair to the
dragline which he described
matic winds. gold witches, Mm act with our regular ewfcxaer leek for. Cease *.
I, it In "one false shay" con
tliMnaOlldl, tome stainless atcel Leather early.LAYA" dition.
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small deposit u'ill hold it !

Day these ,.*4cM. a4 tare ray wry ye* .... Pap ..k,

charge' 'a... wall air 'pI Ole ere ..,..*.y 'rte CMklMss. u.s. 1 South Colorado Avenue

I..IaWa stuck at teen .
,7 n Open Dally 9 a.n.to 3 P.,,,.

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED d Friday Evenings S f>.m. to 8 p.m.'



Charles G. Rhoads & Son I r. FashionetteBEAUTY I ,'


Jewelers Member American Gem Society ".., COfOKADO AVr.NtCSTUAMT. : <

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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS .I.-'C AIY.r"NrqLreIN :. IIoow itN wtJNtY1 a fe. i ir Good Old Days
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; el. Who Wants to Go Back to

I -WTVI/wPrv' 'A'P ir'IANe.BwHf.: 'ai *, I sat: 1.lp Rol.N-aaa.r aNtba uatlnn ... 0 1 1- aN T"

T-WORT t H.oUr Haatk- C I /
i Yta.lN.A,0. 'I'IIa TV Irolnm tlNrn w hnrl1WL ..
tl'.TY w.NlwU Pair.'..a.Nl) 0/ lor, 4. t.rrrr.. ntrarDr..._.. TM IIw .ul.. 1 ID.MMllla 14 BurUta OoHI Mil: ..' ..:=' Main Street to fllmon. (then south the railroad station, were giant''lrH' he'conld Return l borne oft In was the flour bv s",.t K;,

IJ-'l'lt.1jY! = ".hmlw 10.0o--/ utok Draw Mflrawr. i-u where the folks which produced Uie sweetest-meat- cvmm
/ ... to It* .fairgrounds! wHcN'arrived
7 Undorda; (Color) : 0.1 l:... eY.l Reporter haf. with picnic baskets eel pecans and the .Jwawt. hagwiK tram about seven
WEDNESDAY \\'F.O ESDA Continued It-1 akonanlcanaI0tl ITt1o-/ "..... fjknd nI j'* C\'er # $-car met me n ,I
fillRunrra .. ... -I* upon II canAnawn, -- wee ***" triryhW ticenu
Irm offered
"M tha U
tNT II atlai In WaiWrn.! Culturator lotto: 4 M L PI .,.... Redafk ttkJ !I. In a row-Aoat on A day pct t in the )wood lift wi ,a ;:ssa' qmjwithin
ItlqrM 6P W. LI C of rho 1-7 1n. s 1 .. !! illite. day of wonderment or
Marare Ulan Nw01' : ,!ooi4AUn" I:' y1WpN. Mlmtr fIliIrarou boy. whether he got only enough our house. That expenditure pi-,.
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(hm0 Ir Mo:(l.rj aowll Alnrr.wIIYd S-7 Mann. Ik. M..._ ar.nlapIooLT In October came the county fair to fill his!! pockets more than five cents for the round uip tiaci

tOO10: Continental UlaaMOem1Yt101 10Yr'sNdNI !=.I-.rth.. ) \f.1I OnrkMHikw. Cnapar Cartoaa.IlitO : Moot w rGlor./ Past EraBy ftMft Ita exhibits of farm produce I nuts ---- to New Athens brought the cost: ,I
o. -""'" a-1 4 .. Jrtoon --
: :' A :wnlAharO.w .. / 1 Art t. 'bow wd ANwnIf livestock: and home handiwork and --- the day' fun to sixty-six cents 01

: -dp1yle .- m ft DorBkhirSO I /.1/ IrMnl and OMHAtoror Rlrhwy. Patrol art There were dutly hone races, course that was oonsidtrable C monoin
/ apM-- W* WMI t. ROetra1t CHARLEY STOKP'St.y I i
CUmt! ,M MoMUr aNOtl>> "IIO" f WMM M'NdlrehNtrNlnp > fwaaaat! and of cootie, a carnival The big Veterans Officp those day*. bill> after all ",ie,

1.00. 10 Narr'Colt's I WftV It..00 -4 Bky KlniMak \r AN..PI* 'ifci...MMrd. who wants to go back to vent of Uti UM day of the fair went nutting\ to the Kaskaskia( Drab
4,SO- -4 Movlr, "PramM Maatk. t* 44 Now, WMthrr. BparUl ..* .Mom fur i Daddt. MaO t 'Pnutumd+N Hnvallan ruek.r 1. the good old day,"? was the billion ascension; and parachute I once y''youlThai' !
the Mooa
f .art. U ._ B.... Submits Report
.. / f rlnrlda forma ,
7 M vla. Sayonan" ft. I rff jump.
M *JnvLlbh. Man lUturai 11.08-I* Aaawtn Ptkma. M Mkunl Pran 47nf.rnrII .. lint thuik-no radio, no tclcvl- ,' snout as tar at our memo
: 1C Voa-l' Bar "lit-II Comm.nl IIOO .4 My Primd 8era1 Nlrnur..1 UlY Waal non, no autos no jel planes, no Winter brought the usual sports cry can lake us at the moment

1110.-0 HiiflkUbMT" Irwrt Hound "Ii11i 4j|' H...Baakunt JTttkktv rlanNIt ; h1+Iwwyff1.IPar iou4..41-.11......1..._
.lOO :.n N.ra : WMltwr .i3Od fJtraw r0ry. IA 8m U.na NwwT Horrible to contemplate, htn't it1 courting down High Street Hill. ",er p'! so lta4 aftgr \ 'crthe\" '
... 'r.l.n PIIMda Iaron' :.
10 Knuta All f HnatrLMlnhlar" Report There was entertainment in spite With well-packed snow or a glaze

NIO-America.is Cowman Art OioaailS 1 N.wa Lcraml, WMitunVIt IJ plrra Plbflr1IOY 11 NWhUYr LNn 1& Y," HaanrIt lAr twla caw of the primitive manner of living. of ice one could coast as far as In his monthly report for September '

I Sa* Nunh-AdrNYn >.._i iN..._Wilt.r Cronklt. 1 Land ...1 lFaONY .firs NaNra An 'tee cream social! given by a five blocks. submitted to Martin County GASTORAGE
JI Now' *. Watar. Sport e.' Walt tHmtr Color! John W
7 tOO 4 Nakad H hNSr r3 Commission recently
IS Na.a 4Jtty wY of Ika W..k N church always drew a crowd. The We lived four blocks from the
...allW..th... Uoato. 1* Know 7 Dar Iron v WBPm*. church Keller county veterans scrvlc: of
f Bn-h.lor ratherTt3OMMt :re.i. was dccoruted with walked the
... .. school I attended, and I
..30-4 Nawa f iOO- Star and "7 11I.. NI1111 MonUauM data:
', Nnatrr. .Irlakrt It.opo" owl! Th i>.anHH,.'11.'.Boon........ ((00.....) 1'0 Baturday. HoII J:: HahH Japanese lantern strung on wires round (Trip morning, noon and night, i fleet submitted the following office
I Bocarfoat It00"M'Ptrrr Maaonf .Amniam.4 Wariaa* "UaiHlalandtlfto llfwondI.4S trckhed! between tree. Under the coming home for 'dinner" at noon. I Number of contacts in Storage by the
10.11 DroadiiM
.U i4S-Cb..n-4 Naw w- WalWf CronklfaT 10-11 Ono Donnr 8t.p Boon R..1 II Plvkomia .100--4 My Living Doll lantern were tablet made by placing Those trips added up to a distance i M2; number of contacts !in field

,. -Nawa HaatVv,. Brink.Uf .>10-..., Ur. Klld.r 7 LeU n. 1WNNM1,16T Aporu. t-f Donanw board on wooden taw horses of a milc-and-I-half a day! We : 165, number of veterans meetings !. QayVeek

I-IS-4 titanTtO baalk ValUr Day .*>.l My TAr YoN 11001 Irrfr/dt MorIdq1r/. IIU: I.-It. Movla, "Ornnlmo"i Women of the church covered the moved to the farm before finished attended 6; cases worked on this
*ace.PMawN. ...., 4 Jon) rllhhoo. RhortIYnYa files starleel
r xatUruNrb.. t-ll n rriak.d 1 and 11Io. Landld v....... boards with wrapping paper tacked high school which meant a trek of I month 305, information Month Year
7 WpB xmwrmasNtOIt JaraaN .t_4 Blly *f HaloonIT 1 J. 'Pbp'Nlwtar Bewllne a., lUllx.Hi. Hall ot Fan. to the edge. four miles a day-two miles each this months 1, easel/ started ihis
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ftlb-a PaTiSO n PlradY 10.11 H.P.yton, Plao* 1.-1 Bald Jwrop 11 10 Movla Movtol "III, Urvam I r Ifo..,." For fit teen cents a person got a way, on foot I I month, 5; cases completed t h 1 I.i I. USEP FURNITURE A

-TIM 4. CAR Vajtltlaa Hapon7 *tCmtorl14IS .0.00.-4 Tk. fterandwr /7 t.r.r::: ThNtn i30- 4 What My l.ln.T conc-shapcd dip of ice cream covered i month 36; cases pending In files, APPLIANCES
\n\ case ot rain, and being caught
t'"J MyaMry Tktr* ,00Rlrlom. II MIA with 66 forms, photostats! and copies, GOLDEN
Ad a lara* oC OntoHarriatt N/ I* Dh-k. Pow.ll I WmtliniIt lliOO-4-t-T-l/ M.tI1. Waathar, SportiID oruhhuJ, rash strawberries, at t school without raincoat or rubbers I A1A, I GATE
.. 11 UNn Th. UntouekaMna and a piece of homemade Cake. i y9, letters received, 87; letters
.._ 4 ft.IMIS mlJ.t,. 7 NnwNr "Para mother or the "hired
10170+11 PlanNn my --
Bhow IS N.w. written 77 ho'plnli2ed. 9 -- -
That cases ;
Fattf Dub KhirwiJIO wits really eating! ;
4 x..Ny! HillhUlUa10IS 1I..e.IN.w,-R.POTU u )I...., WaUir, Sport. 4.so 11 -Jlmm'a' Howling II rlt"'lfh rovle Nu, Thar.fawan -'. No Bu.ln. The annual school picnic held hall oirl" with were rain usually waiting when in school the I deaths, Harry W. Baird Frank .
Dry "Van D led RhNa 11.111'11 Non N.wi. iratkar. IMrtr1111W ,, -S World'InMrnatrnnat Bhowtlm 10" Mnvl Th...,Untouch.bl"Him In Oray" lute in May was the highlight of wall dismissed. gear The ultra ultra A. Rocslcr Carl Harry; total cases : J

T Movr Pew ,lamtr' Movlo. "Mr.\ Manutmantwr'* ld.lt <:t YorMerN'ap' liOS-IS Nlahl....(iih No. 1 the school year. The day started in file. 3,049; recoveries for month
Yrkt with
10.11 III iii..... "A._. tn.* PaoUhV was to papa meet: me
4lO It Mink No. t with children of $15.38797 total
a parade of( the from September ;
10. tunny Kay Bfcow ,_ Apart
11 Tal.h with Joknay" Canon tOO-4 Now, Wrath.r old Foster hitched to the storm 11)
4 Danny Kay. Show I Color! t-f JI_. "" "MON"DAV" cheOwn'l\ eight schools each unit occasions recoveries to date. July 1 to Sept. I
10-11 B.irk.. Law buggy On such rare it
_. .., ... II Movrt ..ao-4 llnwWI.1 By* being headed by a brats band. 1964 $27.20098.
11 too 4- N. *.th.". Bport ..0..11 Nlrttwtalflown I WAr KM was my privilege to invite schoolmates 130
11 Hwa-Bill BhadalHIM OCT. M Led the and
MOYr 7 Int.ra.ttwnnl Show TlawIt by mayor superintendent "
.... to "ride along
from :
"II. Ktwnlty
-4 Movl .
- Movl, "Th. IMi'orirlv.eiII : of schools riding in a fancy _,
11130. 4-7 Tonltkl wiles Joknayanon FRIDAY Nawi Waaihar and ftport Maalnp1oo.a Saturday was grocery day That

Bill ktutmOim Urns taplo.um :: <-4 Sunria.Contln.nUI nVm.M.r Claa.roomil KilMUg: hone top-buggy, the drawn parade by moved* spirited along was the day Parks' Grocery wagon i SCHOOL I-ENCIISG' t lo ore that you get sound, ''i i

8t.rll.hl" Tkaatr Movl .r.r II Nlichdir/ on
liOftIt It Movl Niuhtwatch MwnrpAun1'al ,.,-4 diuikb' Ol.a.on Hkow "..11I--4 C.I"".,. o( Mi' Aalr7 mama had ordered over the telephone. Fence Company West Palm Beach, Ituuianc for YOU.
rlluvorII Drop Nat
-100. _
( Monday *unt) II. Cor.tln.nl.I CI. (Cotur) The for D Wall
Out.r Llrnlli IS Comady Tim. TUESD Continued delivery boy placedthe $1.60050; \ : Stuart. T'IytorrA161ey'ada' well
THURSDAYOCT. Ii11--/. BunHa In *Tranalallon"Lmaatar. "ItuiilanLIUralur ...too..i-7 Mr Maiort "t4O-1' Hoanl.il. Now It4f -I llahla Penal articles on the kitchen table as $1,60374, and an alternate of show
II .10-4 UIUr.n'plond. .i4--4 Mm IB Bpanlak. you how to get the most out
LrNlnpe100 mama checked them off her list $1,478.6 and $1,236 from FrankFord
TrOO-it Continental Claaaroomtio I Th* T.ian T Hunaklna Almaaaa ;
-It Movl 7 On* Hl+p Br>yond 11 giva U. 'hl. Uay -4-1 N.wa, Wrathcr, Rporti. I This boy was one on whom we Fence Company Fort Pierce of your ,,;{n !rac. dollar.
MaarlIl.m. .
.iOO-4 Movl., "I Wak. Vf lor.im.Allmoon .It-It Law. Walk a66- Unity/ D.lly Word T New| Wralkir
aa Monday ***rpt) Inp? IiooMr, llroadway I' taw. W..I..... .. M.vl Hit 'Mtlntlon To...." looked with envy because he drove all for fencing the Pioneer Schoolat
del Movla. Laal Train Prom GonHill" Pt00PspNO I'm/MaN. ft I horse'' Incidentally, the horse was Port Salerno were held i n

(dan ai Monday .._u tJO, -19-11 Dlnnh Ihotw Show S-T Cmilnantal Today. Cluirooai .Ie-'I.l CommmtIS tethered at the curb by a heavy abeyance by the school board whileHari e 1 : 1
4.10 I.iOO---4/it Movlo.Movlo.': "Lov rnur Ma DaujrhLn"f.n.l.r": :: 10.00Ihnamebo, II Maw -NNasill' 7 Iron weight attached to a length Son purchasing agent, was
10.31' Movl. Tkiindor Road"I1
7 Movla.. "w..h.ad Wltk, '.th.." Tk* Dputy hd0Nrw WHthurUO of strap fastened to his bridle instructed to check as to whether
..00--10 Hur l.b.rry" Hound. 10.49. ....10-11 tab Tkat Baar III rarnuaalIt Mwl. .e. Huntl-4 N y.Brlnkly.Yo TUportI 'A trip to the city (St. Louis) by the bids met spec icalionl. /
mtICHI'USTIAN It o"liJit..W! Owr 11 lOO-4, I, 7, II, It N.w, .
I ..> ; kNNiatwar0 II NNI.I I-T iOO-Todayill 4 Captain Kaniara Mav.rlrkS Intel-urban car was really an ad

t toe.1Twa In Bnort |] Movl LaramrIN61 Naw*-Wnllor Cronklt venture' The distance was fifteen The Red ,Sea "bumpfifch" gets .

..00-.1 N._. 1w1'ty w..ShNT IIt10CLmpbnahy IItl6-1 Movl.. "fka-. l4ryvUntvII. WreatHn" I.SO -10 I:..d.. PB.. ioo4WR.d miles; the cars ran every fifteen food living in coral by butting off
Nawa W..lh.r 80- 1.7 Today Know Bk.lton Hour
10 Mnvr. "V... Cruo" .._7 Olh.r. Worlna 14 Hmorli4l Th* .Plonoora minutes and the fare was fifteen coral chunks with a hard bufferon
.tlO -II Commont 11.30-11 Al.rllrhTM.tn. :,: ::1' runny .Company T K.nlurkr" dona cents. It was collected in three its forehead.
.ill--t eta Hunt tS--It WraaUlnil from Tamnalreao too 4 Movlo. Dn Yd" II Hlw......' PatroltM .
SCIENCE It Nora, W.athr, (...rta / Movto. 'Ur>.raUon Dnrvt' I Pabkl. .. .. .- s' 't ,. 4 Jarkla m.l uon, Shaw five-cent units The first ruckle lOOk
RADIO I semes' II Nawii l.oo.-.IJ Danm ClukItOA t 101/Ik. DoI ." .. .how II Mountain MM one to Cdgemont; the second to
.i>0-I Hnntby-RrlnkU" Roport II NlihtwlU allow rta. I le 11.11./0/ illy ./ Combat
East St. Louis and the third
1. Tk* JatMtn.It I.SO+ > Ckamplmaklp WlwlUIn .3.-4 INN. ttOO+4 Hi* Show, "Monnlala l Road"4.JO.I.1 across TITLE
Ckoyonna 117h1Mo.N Amaa and Aady Man From UNCLE. the Mississippi River SECURITY COMPANY
RADIO> STATION WSTU .,. --4 ..._Waltar Cmnklt 4.04. -11 llovK N*. f It Mornlna Pl.iaoma 10-11 MrHal NDO .., Aside from the ride other
I.' N.wr-Nuntlq.AYlnhrr N (OiOO. _4 Hnnaw ., -I-T Blckird BOOM BkowIt ,
7tli PJH
EACH MONDAY w- I* Now suNnAYocr .., Mak Room for Daddy. .II The TM*.*, adventures of the day included having

11. Ron Coikran -NNai IS IOM 14 B... of Uraurk' (Color) dinner in a restaurant where I Invites, yott to inspect the title insurance
llq-4 Th. Mun.t.r. 4-7 MawaIOi30 "i3O--4 Ptlloot JunatlonI
I Md.maii. Ikaatr*, "Clrol of ....., -4 I Uva Lury LaN Um TiN. n was permitted to order from the '
P.nn.r'. Mornlafi30.lt 1 Wh.,'. Thh awn1o.11erPrla T Tw T.. T. menu, and a ride on the escalatorin rate schedules now in effect./
I Movlo.. 'Pranrli On** to tk* R...." rwalihOo1N1 14 Paten Plae
It Hlvkway Patrol :: : rpmody' Tim.,..., ItiOO-4 T'h.I Uoeiori and tin Nu.... a big department store
7..SO4 Rawhide .6ft II Nkw and bloc-/' "Andy nr 1oI.b...," l a.1/ Th* Pu.ltl'* A nutting expedition to the Kaskaskia -. I( you are financing acquisitionof
7.00-4 C.rtuon-0-vlll* your
7 Com.", po'lal. Conconir.tiOL. 11r00--/-wind/. w..th.r, .!oorlot
H'."/ Jonny Q"..' Parm Almaaa "." Gat tk* at...... It N.wj River fourteen miles away, real! estate, ask us for a quotation Of

V PW\ ....00-..4 10-11 Th. Rntartalnori Pwm.r'i. DaufMariM ., T 11 la M.Clntii... .111>0 JaocMdr--4 Lv. CulurV That ,BokI ,.-, ? uviu' ,ibl,I IIi10-II .
t.7 Hob Hop fie0Mawnar lilt II i..I.. Link 11130:1-1 Tonlaht wltk Jnhnny Cmot with a lunch and a coo'plo'of ftou1 '
'..'1 Ad It-ll VNrntl '. Pay 7 Cartoon% I bar WhmItIt I Iliac-11 Hnanlxk N.w atilt JOlt your lender.
no mortgage 1
Yot 0farAMLM : = It Go p.l Tim : took the 8::20! am. train to New of
i 0 4 Oomor Pyl* U.H.M 0. ...h.. It..... Bait lion-U NlffhtwaUk Movla No
,., It aunrlaa Thaatr ( abstract required for determination
@M1t lank Honny101J 11.10 -4 scarab lop Tomorrow 4.04--11 Mo.'I. Athena Title Insurance
1U'rlwb Mink. ',00-. (loapal.vWltM 1-7 Truth or Caaaommna Color) of title and
lOiOO, -4 Tli. EoporUr I Mf. It.II r...now Krnl:. ,... -W E INES-OAY-- The river flowed through this insurability by the mod
Juk Paw t Bullwlnkl 11.41 4 Uvldlni Llikt' town, and within'a few blocks ofSalon em. fulHime plant operated title .Insurance !!
It HlniuV Tim. In Dili : :: jJ.w.Alttm.aa. OCT. SI .
Id-ll Plant of the Wk 11.11 1-7-11 f
10.10--4 Portrait It N.... underwriter.Bgejicy.: The delay for
It TM tlolosllvo.II .,a O-7 clraai Boy slantAama the copying of public record into abstract
Patrol It Gotunl I Ciravantoo '
ItttA11t31M"Golden I0t4l.Hllkway"1< Mall lkat' Awn -4 Thl.* I r tk* Uf IHW-4 Lov. of Llf. ( a Honda *.et>t)) I are eliminated. Partial and their couns.I,
IIH>O-...-T-1/ Nwa, Wtkr, BpoH.ll'lMT 7 T._ .. > Llf of Rlloy Oi10OunrlN. .......,.. "HmilaaIltoratura A generally Vithin four
10 Pa* AnartranII II Movl. Valkry" *( Ik* Bun" lit Translation" I I two to working

: Movl, "Wklt Wltak IIoot..," Pinky/ UM II N... .... ,._ Today. Mow \ i I days lutow.where their transaction.stands
1-7 Tonltkt wltk loknny OaraonI 11111 Tk. 8a'fd Hoart liM-II 0. Drak.I ..00-4 Mini. "Thra Cam Horn.

Movto-I1 itlahtrrntnlYarrtP Hnppy Annh.rwrp"IIOO .II,,101'.1'Movlo for Today I'its...-.t it Nwi Plarkotia. II A/Mown. title-wise on the basis of i firm title tourano -

4iOa 11 Movl. No.' I I Tk* Ckrlalounor 110- 4 A. th. World' Turn (Sam* aa Monday *.e.pt) of \ bbder.
- f Horlioai. of Paltk I S Ltl robe Boat liOO_I* Movla. -TonnU .
SATURDAYOCT. II Bull Wlnkl. T Qirl' Talk 4 ISO-4 Mo.... "A fltar la II....." Ft I The' JnvirtJ tide b tb. only IIUJ'O. title.Console .
INMd Baaivd H.art H 11 Huaiot Ktrll *
1 Movfe Print/ Wko Wn k The
14 10.00.4 Lamp Vnl My root Ii4I H* My limit .DlMUMbm I.JO-I Hutklaborry:: Monad.
Plllk. Por Today ..- PaliwordS
Mond ( Ism Small Vow .7 Loratta Yonni trNl. Beauty I

.. -4 ...n.l.. Bmatn "...tk.. II t r Dl.cov.ry>rnl.alant Woflklp Roar 7110catty tttn-It-ll II..Part. .iOO-<-l N.wi .l>OI'to. WoatktrI Title Security Company
N... and wtalAa. .
mail. Ill WnUrn CYIWn"Itao1
104 LOM Vtt and UwA /.f Tie
Com.... Tim in portor* 1* Movl.' The Walkhi Hllla (Jajuyera X1110
Cross Fire" Word of UfI II Day Ooartli STUART, FLORIDA
10 11 Coaimanitit
INO.1ArmoO PorNO
Watnk Mn, Wlurd. .f Now'
'..S-It-ll N.... It Itt..... TalkII 11 Ll.a Howard and Wcmn'i Nw4 -1'1.' 1...B.B. Waa.kar HuntI goort PtOHSSIONAt, _om.. ZU Otct Avenue Telephoat
Installing\ a powerful Golden TtOO Hopalonf"4 Caaildyt o'l. PI* 1.06.T.* Tall tll. Tnt II .....* _. f.O. Box 1819 ATlantfc
n I l-t Anothl WNIdIwo ...10+4 1'1.... BEAUTY, CARE ; 7-4331
Crow Fin It actually files moving { Ulrou S o.n.,at Uo.r4Ulli ,
I Cartoon Ckrnlval I rh'loi Mty M* 1.-- "'.... I Hnatkw-llrhiklao *t>ort FuP-Tim* E>.li .|v* Martin Couaty A...... lrLAWYEM
your TV let mile nearer the 7iO_It Oonodr Ttm II J....... Worahlp Hair .30101<1.. of Nllkt liiiartool II 1 TITLt INSURANCE CORPORATION

elation Youll tee aharper clearer Ti 7._Fn OlukI Avrlauiural Brri 11.10-4 lMM Bold Baitlat Chink' .twill., too Tk Daa'far YounaMwrlad Oohwl' ..i4S-Ch 4 r.tm NwWaltaf* Crank ItT .. :lICHMONtr. VIRGINIA .
Jiiurnoy *
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all channel JUatorII _
picture oo 7 Poopl Are Pminy 4 00-4 koatvt awr
T 100-4 Irate Valtay Ibo
It Maoa for Skutlnlllt e III "" Oam I IauraNTA .
U'''''. PrrnMlOD O-I Bnaton *matkra. lad T Mlirkay MniM Cntk
1 low NAdwntun t
WilcoxHardyTVZealtkGBDea.tr Holland It-ll Pour O'alook Uuk I
# TpNtn Aflwawm 4 130 .4 101....., "1Joo'" RldM. A..ln" ,.>I>-TBA 4 CBi M.*ofUlt KINNE OwnerOpvfaton
r.r..v.uolt: 1 ...>... <>
: 11:00 T: 4 Bklrlof Mafioso Trap 7 III.....loT !Tk* R.d call 1:1I.._." ".i|TAe nail Vn-lula and HarriotiOO

ntoM AT 74242 IYI1)Mwi Momlnt Prrhnu.rIrsI It Oomody Navy film ol Ik* Work 4 tl-ll,81111 rake_ .d..., Trallma.tvr .. --4 Patty [lok. FRANCES REDDISH 'ca

SR 707 I*****. Beach.. : Banjo WoN Billy Rna TONtnIt1I1 11,1 II*-Now it Playaotu It ...11 Amarl.an.* N._.... 1 l-ll. -4 Fatly H...rl Duk, HlllklUMloll *howiao .
... tioo-I tUa Hunt Shlndla
Itlao--1 Unl. rU AlakamnI. ";
Miami ..........11 rlinhlltfhliItOO 1w.aer WwdpktIt .,oo- 4 Ulak: Van Drk II.*...
-* Pw<|>k> of th. Hook. UM. Tim .., MovK Hut fat/ ..W Yt"Iwo Now Featuring THE.SPACE

Almost Everyone Listens To II70TITR 7 It John M.....WNN Th.alr* liO It AHC* Toil"N.w.II .Boar Oi7W. Nbd.l'an.Nlllrml. IMO Pedicures ., E
... Roky and RU FHandit4tv I8-II Rupka Law
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J.la ..1.1. I.,iM V>'.rl4 .f M.*l.C L. .t ...rpL1w .,,0*> ..4 FT Oat tMrati3w M pour million more into Florida's economy
Las M 0f Mw10 jtnd: != mtpater11 .4 Orlffltk
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11.06 Wm.w'e' Parrm /11an On/tenal Nrwa n.,. LwNrN wall Andy Wlllkii** Republican alike, that we pr" stxvo the seniority

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I = ItlBa MOT *i C*. AaT*. :. >'F1 Hollrwiwd Nd 'UM DMM Service Space Science: Committee, wbose prime responsibility
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a cNN Nawq al Nrwa WARRANTY UlM ..4 Jwhaay. taNM: BWw Uniform Linen Rental this committee It is a valuable asset to every

.- : Ma.ar. 1100 IarO N.N Mwa q0w :iM irw r4l.. Ira*wllMM on an part, including your color 14/-...4..-M..-A..rllesu ..... Wltk IMrtf PlMWIM or citizen of Florida, and the nation.

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'III'I'I I I (VI. through 16)) ., MTIOIOT11 CO\I1'LF.TF.'R
$95,000 For The State
\ Owner IxM-alliia Con traitor Iksceipton, ', ', \, Amount TI : REPAIRS

e Jack Saundcrson, vice chairman Down In MartinThe ,I'' Servhe

\ of Martin County Com mission, east ..<-, .,. City Stuart( : ,,1 t _. I I \ lot
announced Friday afternoon that on 1 ) stales general revenue re I Safety
John S. Paschall Channel Avenue f S 40
6JJ Alumira
: srpaef
the State Road Department will / j .f. calved SIX I .*f 4.7<4 front sales and
t. receive bids Nov. 17 for five j Road Agnes Proper ", ; < MOS Poinsettia Street -A turner* 'Jwth 70MM ,use tax collection in September,
Martin County secondary road Sound Harry Suladin 1 : 428 .West, Seventh Street Alumtra (aw rrf .1;, ) based! on August! butimws. J. Ed CHASONS GARAGE
projects approximating, $95,000. I Harvey Cities Service Station 735 South Federal' highway' Adams Outdoor Advertising 5 t MX) Stratighn. director: of the Florida DIVLAT72JI1PAINTSHARDWARE
The; projects: are improvementsto Luoie II Q. Undervood '' 819 South lixliral Highway GkimusierMartin WX( ) Revenue Comiunwm. said Oct. KStratighn .
existing entryways, and include: AIA I :T said collections! lopped ....... I.! e.a..l Niha' ", !aiwr
T I Comity I j j jJohe he !same month last your/ by 51,.
F.E.C. )M.I7i an increase of( 6.II per
EAST COAST LUMBER Street Vacation park ) Sound A 'ji."Stcfanowski SiNpt ." ; ISO QfI1I. Tidal cvilletliiKM for t tile
len I ."I".l ., Jl current fiscal' period .are. $$59,22S:!
Lpiityt tlJ" 100)(I
& SUPPLY CO. Lawrence LorryJake ) Prrt Salerno; "bIone ; !; ng 976 an increase over Ihe same AT '703MOAIVAM7FD/
south Paschull Hlihe !Sound Ri"Jon Rerilhysp. 7.0fln) ptnotl laM fiv.nl: of SN,956J47.up r7 .
"Martin: County' PioneerBuildtr'i AlA, 1 Thomas Bennett Jr, SI. IJIcic inlet Farms NL\rl ynlrucI ln RttMc,1t! 7,800) 17,81 per eenl
I and I Antonio Lefevre South rederul Highwus Wf!'Yinhn Patio lsh 218 In Martin County, September PIPFHhlll
Supply" I 1335 salts tax collections were off by ,, ..
August \mdbloom Coral. Gardens Chuck Wagner Oaratgr Plumhl.e" 1.""
t: : foktfllailliams Port Salerno: George Blaich (hlraa..u'' a.O() ) ) almost s.a.lII() ) compared with a ie PIN' cal. I. 55.55..
ante year ago", and they were nearly I.......... M..h.
are Emmett J. KellyAdam InJiunlOWft (lly'de J Marlin Elgl5iMiIOM"" '' tilted, 4,099))<)) $!.(XX) lets than August't. I9M, ... .. ..ru....... IM al.h. .a D.ek.i... .
287.1611 \ ''N"" /I" : 7.WO) P *rINDIAN e.hl..d .I5.
let i Enltl'priliC'Alton port Salerno None 1 14t "+ The Revenue Commission director
: E. Hall Golden! qUC! Nona AJ RULWAY DRIVE{ l' ON1H yRlvt ONa MILL NQ
I William R. Sullivan Palm City Farm!! None RI.k.. 7.MlO equaling pre hienmum. eMunatei DEACIIHOME
are Anton J. Miluz/o Skyline Heights Nope II j KIHM) of revenue anticipnted from the ,
Increased and tales and ---- -
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Ruby Duhrine Jensen Reach .Jcn''lCn' Reach Trailer Sales fB: 3400IflOO( .
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N A. Slarlor InJinntown' R\jjJ ,,None' J .! The September collection of
AID ) ) WilliamWi" Jensen' WiIllanJ Jjn rend Repairs' .k :'y 9191)() the 1 per cent wholesto" sporting
'", goods lux totaled., SR2044, an Increase .
Tour Seu'all.f Point/ of 101.M per cent or $41,- LOAN
IVH over September" of 1963.
\ i Foster [uaindia: auhdivision Sylvester Rwklenee, 24,4M( ) Straughn said collections for the
I James Stewart Sewalls Point Road None CMr"rt 2.(111(1( )() current fiscal< total S314.162, an TALKS .
day I _. increase' of. $239829. over I Ihe I
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R.LICENSED C. LINDSEY EST.ATE- INSUREOIREE the was tuted\!\C i I 790 Sq. Feet Home Has Many Plus Items create of MHTALWe 322 64 per I".b. don' herold4r I

PLUMBING 2 CONTRACTORDIAL 7-4.3TSERVICED Are mien In Metal. \ t::. A Cfl/i. / :)
on no'Co I The first group of figuresIn I Wit, CAN MAKE: rr loss

P N 44.BJ.F. been the house number repre-- i ,
lend the square feet of hvaaNt. I
area in the bouse ((The -
iPtttGtJ\ \ other group is an office number .
\ The / .) According to Jan Rein- I+ I
next ber) Consult a local contractor : 'STUART
on for an estimate of PLUMBING
I building cost a b METAL WORKS r
Residential Commercial, a.. Me ATlwUt t-OUl *4iMHeathcote
.:'PAINTING .,,1 ,
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.' PAPERHANGING Hume No. 790.99 I

Eaterkw.loierlor] Seen from the lUte, this one Nurseries
mil: ESTIMATES I bedroom retirement home reveal' ''Mh'q First Federalof
the gently pitched saddle roof extending .. .
Architect Designed I t4iii4teaplii
WORTH rRonuCTSNICKERSON' its eaves over the two large
&. )jatoiuie window" and the front a 42.inch vanity with "'lIill.1n wash, poured ovtr solidly compactedfill he connultcd Oriental |)el,a A p.d.II", VeroBeach
door of the living room (far right). basin and storage space An elee I and a continuous vapor harrier I 1 htl plans (for llonw No. 7W91 Complete line of.Ornamental. -
the two smaller awning windowsof Irk outlet: u provided for a beat ; exterior wall are inch-think I were prepared hy) architect: Jan I II Plant Material. ...) laxlta
POSf OFFICE ARCADEAT ; the dining alcove (center), and er 1 ha 3-fool.wide linen closet concrete blocks with stucco on I Rilner iditor of IlttrMu! Monies River Area' Oldest Landncap. can help you
1. 447 S the carport with the utility room ((1)) i. handy to bathroom and bedroom the outside (optional) and rigid 'Insulalion I maun/in (Magazine availahlo) ..tV.I' Nursery Our 3ttk Year- Tan
back of it left). This si a slab-on / board with planter on the ,I Milk Shop" or by mulling $1lo I Right off U. 1 at Un....., decide how
grade masonry! house finished In The 7 by 9V4-foot' utility room, roomiude! : all interior "partitions. are ,, I atM-FiftyteconJ Street Lumber l ha Fat Pierre Phone
stucco: and painted a pastel colorto tucked away buck of the carport frame with. platter cm both sides; Niulh, M Petersburg JO, FU) HOward 1-9332.
ceiling (which follow the line of ----- much to
complement the color scheme: I but handy to the kitchen door, I carry
of its landscape eating. i has the electric water heater (Jot the roof) are also"" (finished In pUfr Building Permits
IUY ONE Among the plus" Item of this tusk circle) in the corner nearedto ier land could Incorporate> electric: Thert'i a M I of tm!,f ctlon
790- \juare| .foot home are: (I) deep I the 'bathroom and kitchen sink ceiling cods" for radiant. healing);
.A&I high and cross-ventilated living :in order la conserve hot water, j flooring i il terra n or cork tile Total $$80,383 WEISPAINT In dealing/ with a long-experienced,
room, ((2)) a 10 by 12.foot kitch- The washing/ machine (W) I II located The overall width of this house well-nliiffed' organliaiion like |Inl
en-dining area (also crosvventilaled between Uw water healer and it 36 feet which meant thai it II Federal' Saving of Vero Bench,
), ((3)) eighteen (feet of closets and the J.foot.wide jalousie tlM* to could be built. on a Ki-fooi( lot. Twriiv-to building permits' & APPLIANCES when you are acquiring: or build
((4)) twenty-eight feet of roof I 1 s ered carport which could house a space for garden equipment wide and 36 feel deep, and the approximate issued\ dy Marlin County building Mi ('fI.OROnJAM finance II.l.oa" .
compact car and a small boat (tee The construction of Ibis Home cot of the entire con. inipcxiDri last week, for a I lotul I U
,ttruclmn should below ) of $KI) 'mt. lervke al fine Tederel it
121 F'LA LF.R picture) No 790-99( ia a* follow: 4 inch run SlUNMI
STUART, EIA.OVR The 1 12 by 25 foot living room thick concrete. floor slab I Is reinforced plus' the land. J For a more accurate. I 1>e county Inspector Issued! fifteen AIAIIRAI.I 1 I neighborly and laM, And they In'Iprct
I. ha> front and back corner window with welded "wire mesh. and COM estimate. t local builder should permits. Malma; $1|.ONI: the I the property carefully a* to
with eighteen feet of wall city i inspector' five. for S2,WK>) and I Major Appliance! location, cumtriKtioti. (or plant)
)' 1,000 $-''' ( space between them to allow am .. the !VwulU Polar Inspector" two & ( value ..ItIlIw! This l Ita 'for their
fur I2A.4M( ) I
** STallS COAST room for furniture and pictures: : owe pcte :$lon, hut U protect you.
The ----- -
--=-.,_.:.:... -z front corner could contain an 0-0 _*> '.-.*
for dining BEDRM R
expandable table company LINDSAY
CASA ,. On the 'inside wall there are 1212W Benjamin Moore : You ea.. save ritnney on your
..110'0foot closet (C) and a dual r., ",t,. IjslLIVING I a ban. there, because: their Initial
wall-heater (un) flanked by J-foot- Salt*- Mmlre- Kentuh PointVulll'Ul'cr costs and Interest rate are rranmable -,
wide openings (doors here ..'.1 J. I and became they allow you
Your HIA tional)). The sliding glass ( I CnmplcreWATKB I M "reduce your total t fntnvd coot!
Feet wide and 6<* feet high' ) CONDITIONING' SfKVKt r
open .
PAINT by making advance on
MANY aorTiNcaMonti payment
for a folding( this room onto the I 12 by 7-foot 121(25 .a AviLAn* I'principal" without peruhy, when'
screened ideal
porch-en place c c
Make space, gain privacy with I for relaxation ALL riaafOLAM. rtATUai TAMKa lirvTIMK,.. 11Vi 10" ON you are able

we have available Tar you to set and ( The 7\1.oot.wl"e dining alcove Call.. fur tAU: water Ifjrdnewi1eM PliA(1L\'t: OP They will probably make in atliional -
best for you I ([table and chair. shown dotted ] .. tf OR !MORM'UKN.TUKI : bun "later nn& the tame
on plan) h separated from the 'liv- JfrT.IL,1I1c\ I
'-") Ins room by a 4 by 3-foot tiorige CARPORT A. ." J Ml. So, JH7-IJ01 I mortgage* U you wish" |o 'improve

'.. I cJowt A folding i door could .. or enlarge your home, or for other
..,.. M used to make the separation s 1 purposes.
I ,nore complete ibis : -din.I" -
I ng area i It well lighted frt Ihe pit: c .
I double front window, the Jalousie ... ,:- -.. w.Ni L Ie_."."'--
door lo the carport and a side window iiiliia, 1rMw ttart M -
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space include a /III .. !7.Cr
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t \ I 10-foot-wlde I U-shaped counter LIJL1TO.9 1- (CCopyrtghied I9M)
I with range (R) aftauut the outer a
t wall, refrigerator (RF)) on the opposite / I Ii '
I tide, and the double sinkS ? 3b 16 WANT
I ( ) back.to-back with bathroom
I lurohmg. Eight feel of wall cab- i ROWELL FURNITURE CO. A COMFORT=
meta (j. L ttiapevl form (shorn MOHTOAGE7
II lotted. ,) are mourned on the iwude ,
i 7 I'I waiL Over the range ia another P. o. BOX it S1UAKT, ITlRID.1 DM AT 74M4Nfotors We Rita Gold. real Staaa. I //I Y... -.. ..,. Ice
>> 12-mch-wide. cabinet ,t.-r vanfaew -
containing c::
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f Ian and hood. -I :... .... ..--.1 ..
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The 12 by 12-foot bedroom II :c-:.::.
I f I IA.fif (away from the street for quiet RELIABLEHPTlCtANK Ii .
II I and privacy) has two 4-fout close I Yare $(.... K2-U7
I : ets with, bifold door and four iwn
",",-type windows located on three ( ( SERVICE, ING.
I ; "walk assuring dependable croovefMilatvm ,- FIRST FEDERAL'lAmas
J' for alale room 1300 South Dixie I Highway .. Rewound
I the. IVfooC bathroom
I Ie baa a 5-fooi lull with thowwheadver J Home Wiring A Outlets
... al. a watt-hung inlet, a a t
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f.J'J' f r M : KING : Sanitary Toilets Fa ED "I The r-tat.. t* ISttj A.....

J't t -11E Installations Repairs Cleanouts !flQVItSf; ) t .. J W,. e cpi W*V

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SIGNS Phew .,/ .*.t>a.t. Closed AS Dayynt.

I. OflVe . AT '.%.Ua Mil. D. (0\'." fr**. HIGBEE ELECTRIC FIWrdy.!
CASA 'NTOH $PjrC1ALISTSI "Mfks* . AT 14U UMtrjSE. COMB. *. Fay.Tr. -. .+*.*.. yes T>S.-
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: Bird ERNEST Gourds LYONS' COLUMNi and Landslide of Letters Protests the

..,-, Published every Stuart Thursday Martin at County 111 East, Florida Ocean Boulevard Ancient Tiles Removal of U. S. 1 Palm TreesThere

Entered u econd-cla mail matter at pout office at Stuart, Florida And Old Chairs

MEMBER OP: I 1 i* no doubt that folk ........

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION in the dty and out of the city favor the Editorover
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION YOU JUST can't tell what a paragraph replanting of the date palm Letters to 'I

AUDIT BUREAU OP CIRCULATIONS in this column will produce. Some months that were taken from U. S. I

ago it carried a nostalgic bit about bird-nest! north of the city limit and put .

CORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor gourds which used to be suspended from pole back in Shepard Park. members and the FAVORS REPLANTING MRS. WILLIAMS JOINS
all through the rural South a* homes for Another tory in today't News half of our who most THOSE DATE PALMS IN PROTESTING
of those were
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two yean martins. I remarked that I sure wished I give the tally of the straw ballot majority instrumental in raising this $5,000at ) Editor Stuart News: Editor Stuart News:

850. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these ratet.) knew where I could get some\ seeds Abbott's which we ran at lust the week.end of Sufficeit Bunny our Spring Festival are not city I thought this was a friendly As a contributor tohc\ \\m., '

Anywhere cite in U.S.A., 15.00 per year, two years $9.50, to uy Mory here that these letters but county residents. In spite of community but it l looks would liketo as of money for beau hI Id! ln) llt

Six: months $2.7J, three months $1.75. MY 'PHONE rang the next week and indicate how the ballots went: this we donated $4,000 to the though some people Martin County and the ( ,n I ,?t
Foreign and Canadian rate on application Ralph Ulmer at Hobe Sound said: "I have city beautification and only $1!,. see a Berlin Wall from at the north city Stuart, 1 feel I am pnuiejcd t to

in (000( ) to the county.As line to separate us protest the moving of three
some growing my garden They're not ripe Editor' note: Letter were There should be palm

M yet, but when they are, 111 send you up a Mill coming in a* this section of treasurer considerable of the Garden time Club I no Martin squabble County.over a few feet 0 f Mr.trees Ambler in the U.used S. I landvupmg! ,
I still spend good
dozen. the at noon judgment
went to
But There's No Cure for Tornadoes Monday.paper press handling the donations to highway beautification for our neighbors in placing them there.
__ beautification which are sent to north of us. Don't forget that Mrs. W. Ira Williams
FACT IS, 1 had forgotten all about it untilI the Garden Club simply so that Martin County has raised some of

I walked out into my patio on Friday after A CIVIC LEADER the donors may take advantage of the $4,000 as well as the city and EVERYBODY ALSO
: The Lesson of Isbell We Learn ASKS RECONMDI.RA1ION
: noon and found a whole big cardboard box the tat( exemption on their con the Garden Club.If PAYS COUNTY TAX
full of dry-ripe bird-nest gourds. Thank you Editor Stuart News: tributions. Garden Club gets none they have any grievances I

: That Mobile Homes Must Be Tied Ralph. From the way those things rattle, I I am not a resident of Stuart of this money-it is immediately wish they would contact the par Editor Stuart News:
of the that are writing We favor that the
must be the of but I wish to take part in your turned over to the Beautification ent palm aces
bird-nest-gourd-sced king
.. straw ballot because it really irks Committee the unsightly "Senior '64" in the should stay on U. S. I I. regardless

In the fifteen years since the severe hurricane Cleo nor Isbell were major hurricanes. They Florida me regarding the recent city-coun For the past nineteen years I various parts of town and have if out of city limits. They looked

of 1949 a new way of life has appeared were 'puny sisters of the greut winds that have ty line beautification uprising.We have held either a chairmanship the parents pay for the removalof beautiful there-and we also pay

: on the Florida scene. historically raged along the U.S. coast. Their NOTE TO readers: if any of you want a in this small county shouldall or an office in the club and 1 knowin it. I think it is just awful to pen county taxes *o what? Many thanks

It is trailer living on a vastly expanded winds blew from 75 to 100 mile per hour passel of seeds, just drop me a note at The bend over backwards to cooperate that time many thousands of alize Mr. Ambler when he's done to Mr. Ambler and crew lor 411
Stuart News Maybe nests with each other for the have been raised and used such a magnificent job on U. S. they have done.
: for a very short time-but, for example, the we can get gourd dollars
with trailers feet and
scale giant fifty long
destructive hurricane of 1949 was whooping It for martin all over the county and those benefit of all. This goes for city exclusively for civic improvementand 1 I. I don't suppose many people Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Voisinct
ten or twelve feet wide. These dwelling on relations, Stuart-to-Jcnsen, in the know that Mr. Ambler donated
swooping swallow-like bird about eat county beautification, mostly
at 165 miles hour when the wind just
: wheels have\ fairly light construction and numerous up per their in of Salerno, Hobo Sound Chambersof money and also paid out of his RE-PLANT THE PALMS,
mosquitoes couple
cabana and awning appurtenances. gauges blew away. every Commerce and citizen-to-cili- city.It does( seem a shame that the own pocket for the beautiful potted PLEAD HIE AMOCIIS

Hurricane Cleo and most lately Isbell demonstrated They did not hold a candle to the blow day zen and others.In City Commission cannot cooperate plants that are on the cement Editor Stuart News:

: a fact of life. These large dwellings that hit Martin County in 1933 or to the view of all the money donatedfor with the county, and when median strip through the heartof May we say a few words regarding -

can be tipped over by strong gusts of wind. great hurricane of 1926 and 1928. I HAVE a theory that i if you want anything U. S. 1 beautification, any they don't as in this case, there town. the palms on North Federal
badly enough-and do something about It- city who objects! to the I have lived here in Stuart eight
/ taxpayer must something\ radically wrong. Highway.
: Their light! accessories Can be ripped off and So while the damage was minor and.comparatively *
you will get it. Somewhere there is somebodyable use of five, eight or twenty-five Mr. Ambler has done a wonder een yean and never knew there Having lived in Stuart for
few trailer
carried through the air like sharp-edged pro. were tipped this year, ten
: to supply any of your needs from ox, of the city's trees where the increased ful job of beautifying and improving were so many beautiful palms here. years, owned our own home.
the lesson is still there plain to read: trailer paid
jectiles. ,
benefit to himself is obvious I take hat off to Mr. Amblerfor
yoke to Everglade tree snails. the appearance of the city; my taxes; and now living just outside!
,;; This it in no way a reflection on trailer must be stoutly anchored.As is, in my opinion, the ultimate the date palms in question surely placing them where millionsof of the city limits, still paying tines

.. living. It i il a fine way of life, appealing to for the small tornadoes which accompanied in narrowmindcdness.I improve the approach to the city. people will see them instead on our homes (three of them) w
: thousands. But it does most pointedly empha- :, this last storm dipping down and flat- IN CLEANING out my garage a couple I hope those few citizens who He deserves much credit so why of being hid in the jungles. claim Stuart as our own home i

.. size that the compact dwelling must te stoutly'tcning a few places, ripping;. roofs off others, of month ago I ran Into an ancient chair objected will reconsider all angles ship him down when he tries to doa I am a Stuart resident and tax

: anchored with steel cables in hurricane-prone there I II no known prevention for them. Mont with a busted cane bottom. It wa a beau. And 1 believe as you do that very little for the county? payer. I favor replanting of the town.We have been extremely happy

parts of the United SMeand that doe not fortunately no one wa injured by them In tiful chair a real antique, and I saw right few would truly object to the use I ant not only sick at heart (like palms at the many wonderful implement
away how I could easily refinish it-all except of city: trees a few hundred feet Bunny Abbott) but disgusted with Ralph E. Frey made since
: just mean Florida but also the coastal slates Martin County. We can be thankful that they we first came.
.. for the cane bottom. outside of the city limits. Maybethe the action of the City Commission. When the .
highway was
small twirlers
along the Gulf of Mexico and the entire Atlantic were not the terrific funnels will reconsider also.Anyway. complete.ly
::. Seaboard. which cut devastating swaths in many other city Ici'i' ambitious Sincerely ANOTHER TAXPAYER finished we were thrilled beyond

=.. To make the point !more emphatic neitherI states. MY WIFE read a lot of magazines, park superintendent hope our will excuse Mr. Howard W. NeailUGGts'r FAVORS REPLANTINGEditor words, for it is really a thing of

so I asked, her: "Please keep your eye out the latest uprising and not be Stuart News: beauty. The landscaping! was doneso I
: I heartily favor re-planting the very well by our Mr. Ambler
for some specialist in chair-caning materials. Most of realize
,i Vote Against Amendment 5: It will be a little old ad of about an inch or and discouraged.appreciate the great us work he NOT BRICKBATS palm trees on U. S. Route 1 and It M something to be very proud
I know that in the years that Mr. of. Imagine our dismay when the \
Editor Stuart News:
so in magazine to is
appealing hobbyists doing
Ambler has been here there has lovely palm had been removed
I and collector." Sincerely, We heartily approve of f Mr.mbl.er'l from the .
Save Elect been a big improvement in public very plain-looking median
Right to Superintendent
M. Nelson work and favor
Ronny moving
; beautification of parks and roadway strip and nothing but an ugly
the trees as far norm as
LO. ONE EVENING when I came home areas. I am a taxpayer and a patch of dirt was left.
Plenty of Precautions Are Built in from work there it was stuck in my typewriter !NOMINATES: AMBLER: wishes. We have wonder contributed if those who citizen of Stuart. It just didn't seem possible thai
MAN OF THE YEAR disapproved any
-Boutwell after they had been
Hudgins planted and
just the size I had thought it would be, from thing toward the project. Let'
Editor Stuart News: looked so worthwhile that
News last week warned for the H. H. Perkins Company, 228 Shelton throw bouquets and not brickbats. anyone
: The Stuart against signed a* preparation administrative and Business brings us in contact AMBLER HAS DOME could kick up such a fuss to have
voting for Amendment 5, which would change: supervisory functions Avenue, New Haven Conn. with outof-state tourists and tales Mr and Mrs. Roger Paine MUCH FOR CITYB. them removed.

: the Florida! Constitution to allow Martin, Ei- "The standard is not retroactive. This men,and they have been unanimous J. Abbott The city folk should not forget

cambia, Lake, Okeechobce. Palm Beach and means that in order for the secondary school I SENT OFF for their catalog and an in. in praising the beautification of JUNIOR COLLEGE: The Stuart News: that we pay taxes as well as they

Seminole counties to appoint superintendents in any county system to maintain accreditation struction book ordered the chair-caning material U. S. Highway I through Stuart. AND NEWSPAPER WEEK I'm not a resident of Stuart so do, and certainly have the rightto

of.public instruction -instead of electing them. in the Southern! Association of Colleges and now, believe it or not I'm an amateur Many have spoken of the beautiful Editor Stuart News: I can't vote, but I'm hick tool have our highway beautiful

While this amendment will probably pun and Schools, any new superintendent elected chlilr. aner. Please do not ask me to do any palms that greeted them ut the The newspapers of the fourcoupty. Anyone who loves plants and Look at the nice plantings! from

statewide-voter* in other counties would assume must\ meet the following qualifications: work for you, however; at the hourly rateI entrance to town. .area .served by the I rW ian flow f" whether in his ,ownbitck Fort Pierce to Vero Beach. Whyca"'t'we

that .w, .favor the deal-it should be "((1)I): Hold a master' degree from a standard I would charge it would bo cheaper' for you Statistics !Dhow'that' over'3WO-( ) River Junior College have contributed yard or in a public park is apt look, as ni 'as they do'

repudiated! by the voter of Martin County. institution. ((2)): In addition to, or as purl to write H. H. Perkins Company and learn 000 cars travel U. S. 1 during the much to the developmentof to get over-enthusiastic sometimes. will We be sincerely hope the pains

If we vote strongly agiiinst it, the probability of, the courses taken for the muster' degree, a new skill yourself. year and miss none these of them could possibly If- the college. The library as a Because we have a mental picturein returned and planted to
lovely slay.
is that the school board will not ask earned graduate credit as specified in the following they could find Shepard palms.Park, part of the the total excellent college has benefited and our minds, of what we would Mr and Mrs John Anloch

oho county commission to call the special local ureas {(a) school administration, nine WALDO SEXTON of Vero Beach is a there is doubt that they would take by school publicity like to see.I .

election which would be necessary: to validate semester: hours; (b) school supervision, three wonderful man. He has furnished the Driftwood the time to admire a few date support the given has our ; separately disliked seeing Mr. Ambler EXTENDS: SYMPATHY
library profited by your castigated, because! he is a capable -
it here semester hours; and (c) school curriculum, Ih Inn and Ocean Grill-not to mention palms generosity in providing us with go-getter, who has Accomplished Editor Stuart News:
There ample precautions to guarantee semester hours" other Mr. Ambler has made a garden
are placewith priceless antiques and complimentary subscriptions t o a lot for this community. Poor things how
that candidates for this poIIt'will be qualified Any county thut elected a candidate not piece of art. And you know where he got spot of Memorial Park, two spaces your r newspaper. Furthermore, Sure, the City. Commission has must be-the -chronic unhappy fuss-budget they

persons. filling those qualifications would lose ill school most of them? From junk yards and buildings of beauty off Colorado Avenue your informing the community of to see that outgo does not exceed who complained about the "City

The Southern Association of Colleges/ and accreditation. being demolished in the United Stales and now a Let miracle along this U. S. 1 our needs has resulted in our receiving income, but now, at this stage, I Trees" becoming "County Trcc l.

Schools has a widely-known standard for the The electorate would have holes in its and Europe. Highway. us credit man many private donations. wish" a way could be found to fin What frustration they must fact
with what he deserves if
qualification of'-it' superintendent. The stand head to vote for anyone but a qualified man. should be nominated -as Stuart'anyone For these. material advantageswe ish the planting. every day.A .

ard slates: Our present superintendent is so qualified. "MOST OP the real art of America," he man of the year, William E. Ambler are indeed appreciative. However Respectfully. great deal of money spent '
"The administrative, head of the system If there are others In the county with such told "is thrown in is that man. our material gains would be W. J. Bussert on the highway plantings within
me once, away junk yards, if and
(superintendent)) shall have received a qualifications, they have equal opportunity meaningless our library the city limits was given by pea
burned! for firewood! or smashed by bulldozers. A salute for a job well done. college existed in a community
ple living outside the of Stuart
graduate degree from Institution approvedby to run STUART TAXPAYER City
Booster for Martin
County devoid of the press. For the role
the Association! and a major portion of The important thing is to keep the choice: in DEFENDS AMBLER They gave it gladly because
SEXTON KNOWS. He kept just one jump which you play developing an they knew it would benefit the entire
one year of inch advanced study shall be de with the voters. Editor Stuart News:
SOME GROWING IPTO informal community and for the
ahead of the wrecker' iron ball to retrieve I am a Stuart resident and area, give pleasure to many
BE nONE which
only a small portion of Incalculably valuable, opportunity you present to payer. I favor Mr. Ambler people and because of the respect

forever-irreplaceable Spanish tiles of the Editor Stuart News; views your ,public w. wish to to express extend divergent our con- the palm wherever he like putting *. and confidence they have in the

U.S. Helped Red China Get Bomb Middle Ages, most of which were reduced to With reference to the planting ratulations to you and your staff. I'm lick too, about Mr. Ambler man who was doing it-William
of the palms north of the city line .
II fragments and powder when a famous estate; his our pleasure especially during being criticized in any way. I
it is to be noted that it was a big My sympathy to all who let
didn t know 600 feet oubide Stuart
wa wrecked at Palm Beach this (National Newspaper Week of \
By Training Chinese Scientists tempest in a tea kettle 1964 to commend you and your City limits was in a foreign coun- themselves foolish be goaded into such >
Front ugly duckling, Stu- position
very try. The critic could surely find
WITH MOST of UII, an antique that is not art is now on the way to becoming staff for the important function something serious -so Sorry
A Chinese and mathematical more
physicist against the U. S. which you are performing In our to worry
perfect is practically worthies If the first It is most unfortunate -
a swan.
quite about.
whiz, trained by the United Slates and let Dr. Sen Is one e If the foremost jet propulsion democratic society.
of U S. has its that there we peoplein GOVERNOR BRYANT
copy a stamp a torn corner, tola Connolly
in on our atomic secrets, now heads RedChina's experts in the world. He is formerly of Sincerely
value Is nil. Sexton is the only man I ever town who cannot see beyondthe WRITES THE NEWS
nuclear research the California Institute of in Pasadena Glenn R. Dullman
program.He Technology
length of their nose\ and it is
knew who appreciate antique that have been SUGGESTS A Editor Stuart News
Is helping to. make the bombs that the Calif., where he worked on governmental tragic mat the city fathers should Director of Library
banged/ up and that art past restoration.HE ServicesSECRETARIES (OR PARKS HEAD I have just finished reading the
Red Chinese! would like to drop on America. research on intercontinental ballistic missile pay any attention to them.
Dr. Chien Hsuch Sen is the brains behind *. Recently there were tome very Editor Stuart News: Oct. 1 editorial of The Stuart

the Chinese! Reds' first atomic explosion and SHOWED me a collection of broken strong signs that the civic thinkingwas WRITE As a Stuart resident and taxpayer New and want you to know how
It i i. reported that he is of
only one i I favor very grateful I for
am gracious
Spanish tiles: a knight In armor with the to of As ON NEWSPAPER: WEEK re-planting of the your
what i II more he is just the man to help them beginning come age.
of Chinese Red scientists
score working palms of small m
on plus treatment
develop the missiles to send atomic bombs knight's head' broken off, a coat of arm witha long as things of this sort continue Editor Stuart News: proper apology and the my part
the nuclear team who received all plus a of Martin
or part proper salary raise for Mr. progress County
missing medieval castle with its to make it for the course it
corner par
of National
The Stuart Chapter the Ambler. This
of their training In the United Stale was a great day-not only
turret missing "I call these my 'cripple.' he will continue to appear that there Secretaries Association (International for Martin
Norma f fox
CLOSE 'IU HIE WELFARE STAn: R. Barnes County but also
His knowledge-supplied by the U.S.A.- said. "Nobody else. wants them-but I like is still some growing up to be done. )) wishes to recognize Florida--and I am so pleased thai

U S. News & World Report has published will aid Red China, our deadly enemy, In them best of all because they have survivedall As usual! The Stuart News continue the recent National NewspaperWeek. PULLING OUT"PALMS it could occur during my term at
should becoming: an atomic power many years ahead to be the voice in the wilder The which
a chart that every taxpayer study. the hard-knocks. coverage you MADE BLOOD BOIL governor.
It shows the incredible growth of federal of predictions. And we were nut only so silly ness. have given our chapter has been Editor Stuart New; Stuart is one of the most beautifully

subsidies to the stales. and' local governments.In as to let him in on our secrets, but doubly I SORT OF feel that way about an old Cordially M Heuvelmans, wonderful, !, and we deeply appreciate I have Just finished reading Mr. situated and lovely towns

1954 this spending totaled $2.7 billion. silly in allowing\ him to sail for the Orient office chair which followed me to the it.Nothing Abbott's fine story on "Beauty in Florida, and I hope that the
The" figure for the current year is $10.2 bil Klaus Fuchs! German scientist who served Stuart News building when we moved from AMBLER IISFR1'ESMORE : can take the place of a. Passe City Limits." If you will completion of U. S. 1 will pit
for complete: coverage.We the added at/
lion. Next year, according to official estimates a prison term in England for supplying U.S. the old site AUTHORITY newspaper pardon expression, it made my impetus to the progress
nearly seven year ago fee that the reporter who attend blood boil
to ready being
it will reach $10.6 billion.A atomic secrets to the Soviets! is now in East deserve credit even think that there made there.
functions ,
Editor Stuart News: out are those of us who don't Sincerely
very Urge1 part of this goes for a lengthylist Germany. IT WAS REPLACED by a very comfortable : Mr. Ambler has done a wonderful as well as those who dictate the to appreciate the fine job seem Mr. Ferris Bryant,

of aid and welfare projects, along with Why in the name" of common sense and very modern trustworthy seat (in a Job of landscaping: and beauti- policies of the newspaper. Ambler hat done. I am sure the Governor

such innovations as federally-financed slum national safety should we be so foolish as to quarter century the old swivel chair had' fying the median strip through Please accept our sincere thank few trees that were. removed from

clearance and housing developments. And. allow any foreigner lo have U.S. national thrown me for a loop many a lime), and I Ikt Stuart I It is outstanding and we and congratulation*. Shepard Park will not be missed QUOTABLE 1

staggering as the dollar figure are,' they can't secrets: : it gather dust in the garage until abouta have never seen anything on theca Sincerely yours. t think that the City Commissionand QUOTESThe

tell the worst part of the story. That part lies Training the secret agents of our enemiesIn week ago 1 got the yen to refinish it coast that surpasses it. Marjorie. B. Champlin, these "busy body Uxpaym" human understanding b M
in the steady erosion of state and local rights, our most vital national defense know-how Instead of a slap in the face Corresponding Secretary should reconsider what they have dry light, but receive infusion

obligation and responsibilities. Al the rate i il the height of idiocy. ON A SERIES of nights--against I don't he should be given more author done andMother stop ntft1erl I torn the will and affection

we're going, it wont be long until nonfederal know how many layers of varnish I applied ity. FUNDS WERE RAISED Nature and Mr. Ambler. whence proceed science whiel I
A taxpayer, OUTSIDE THE CITY Shirley may be called "sciences as ont
will be little more than meaningless Corky
governments After sufferinig hours and hour of conventionccring paint remover, sandpapered the surface down R. C. Stuart News would." For what. a man had rather
names, to the wood, applied teak stain, and re-var. Editor Stuart : were believes.
and campaigning, wore beginning ASM REFUND! OF true be more readily
We are closer to a Welfare State than the wished, sandpapered and re-varnished again. As a county resident and mem- $3,000 LN FUNDS Therefore dill"-
to see some merit in a one-party iys MRS NEAIL IN he reject
majority of people realize. Unless the trend, ber of the Harden Club which donated cult things
tens Changing Time VIGOROUS PROTEST Editor Stuart News:: from Impatience: of No
i Is checked somehow, the ultimate effect on I PUT IN enough labor on that old chair to Editor' Stuart News: $4.0OO raised by for its Stuart"Spring beautification Festival" lI'a a safe bet that at lca-4 three- search; sober things because: Ihef'
the American character as well as the American have but it narrow 1 hope the of
bought two new ones, means nOl'lto quarters of the $4,000 donated ; deeper thins
will be disastrous, I wish h> strongly protest against at "Kiiuale" (Incl.IcctaaDy.iI' by ..ture. from '
pocketbook, Our folks look ahead. And our than down the superstition the'.ght
: In it's
young me a new ones. a way. the action of the City Commntion outside the city limns) I strenuously Garden dub of Stuart for the of ;
senior citizens look to the past. But you and like reaching back and renewing an old friendship .. in ordering Mr. Ambler K> put the object to moving the palms beautification. of U. S. I came experience from arrogance SMprwe

T I, in our middle age, look startled more than although" I hope that my new-old friend trees whiche. had! planted on the Mr Ambler planted on from non-residents of the City of 1ic! eJ.; thing not commonly: I too
Highway out of till
anything else.-The Sparta Wise.( ) Herald wont, like bruise Stuart deference to
me a bucking again highway back in Shepard Park. I I. They beautified the opinion of the
The Stuart Newt win furnish photo print think it it absolutely rkhculou lo Stuart --which should be the It's another safe bet that all of sort vulgar NumberclIn \

of tteea up to I by 10 Inches of any picture DO YOU save old stuff I do-Mich as If he cam enough to be willing" aim of all wed wishers. of Stuart the $4.ta( *). and then some was tones imperceptible are the way, and sc r.L"

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 The three leading American parties have ancient fishing rod and reels long worn-out to work on his. own tinw! to cooperate ; > 1 Instead of chastising "'r, Ambler spent inside the city limit. affections color and, in Infect which thndentandmg. '

for the first print and $1.00 for any additional been: defined as Republican Democratic and but they gave me so much fun it'* hard to with the county he should be should be commended.I If Stuart taxpayers begrudgethe "* .-Francsi Bacon
print ordered from the same negative at thesam cocktail.The Franklin (N.C.) Press. throw them on the trash pile. 1 keep thinking be commended and! not censured.: for one criUcm the ugliness use of half a down tree just
I am resilient noca of of the town's parking lot*, beyond their front doorstep bow
'time; larger sizes by special quotationStuart maybe I can fix them up good as new again. a county some about Stuart V&J ia DOt *) much sornethirl,
city but a* a member of the Stuart not a tree or bit of grass oa them.A refunding *-quar. .
News- employee will not take photo What |ia the difference between capiulisraand Junk Gosh not! I have some old Voro Hofe [ Garden Club am one of those a taxpayer resident antf ten of the $4.000 to the Gardea What as something one -ill"" .

graph except for the new and advertising socialism? Capitalism make social errors reels given to me by Mr*. Craig, with which. : i who. worked very hard in raising voter in Stuart I beg not to have Out for us* in Minus County Ine Irhfnanc II clcrDaJIy In1e II I OfOor

cotumoi: of The Stuart News but socialism" .. capital error*.-Human Ike Craig caught tarpon in Stuart in 1914. over $5.000 for the twaubficiatioo the palm moved from Highway 1. outside the cay limit? knead j" relational tarn.L i

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Cadet Lance Lwb son Mr and Mn Jamea R. Mine I Tin; STUART (Florida) NEWS
of Mr. and Mrs John Lab Pennock of Port Clinton Ohio axe spendIng Women Hear Satellites r Thursday, October 22, 1964 5-C
Point, and Lieutenant David two week in Jupiter with Mr. JUPITER NEWS Photographed'I
Steele son of Mr. and Mrs Low Mmear parents Dr. and Mr. Miss Schmidt From J. I HERE AND THERE
ell Stock Loxahalchee River Road J. f, Minear. Bryant Drive. The MRS. ANNA MINEAR. ComtpmAtmt Pboae 746-464J
flew home from Meridian. MISJ. Minoan are vacationing in Miami, .araas.rrssass Mrs. E H. Scfemock of Chest
on Friday. They were I Cape Coral and Welt End during MM Dorothv Schmidt. Christi One of tho "close to home" The satellite tracking station in er, Vt., arrived at her winter homein
led by Captain Philip C(1I\\pan-1. __their May here '! i ian education lr'\Il\r.: w a. the phases of the work of the Smithsonian Florida was begun, along with Jupiter I last weekend. Mrs.
L. B. Clark Resigns guest! speaker at the Women's Fel. Institution I is carried on at eleven other stations during the Schmock will be ioinod by her
lowihip luncheon ui the People's Jonathan Dickinson" Park. International Geophysical Year daughter Mrs. 3. L. Beswy, during
Call Us forEXPERT Congreoational: Church' Tuesday. A special type of tracking station ((1957)). The first satellite tracked the winter Mrs. and Mrs
A..J..lIhiNlI. ) Miss Schmidt :talked on the set up there is one of twelve was the RtMMan Sputnik. Since Stanton eMey, who were married *
|)n.} As Chamber Manager' million of the church and the part located around the world. The then many satellites have been in Cheater In August art now
church nwl11tfhike! in that tracking done I II not electronic launched' tracking stations! at the Dewy home on Loxahatche
minion of brotherhood and unity. but ",|'lie. A largo Baker-Nunn have ts most of them. The Drive. The Junior Besseyi had
Specialists in L. B. Clark who has been identified B. M. Duke explained the Mrs Olin C'. llershberger, president camera" mounted on concrete pillars station is open from sundown to just returned to Jupiter when word
the school bond i issue which will come I of the Friendly Circle pre- follow! the satellites across sunrise and is manned by two men was received of the death of Mr.
r DESIGN up for a vote Nor 3 and urged sided at the meeting, and j..J the the sky and takes pictures as they at a time. Betsey Sr., in Chester following
Chamber of Commerce for
manyof that all member! get out and vote devotional Member a long illness.A .
.. CONSTRUCTION his eighteen] jean as a Jupiter for the bond iisue which will be Friendly Circle were hostesses. at goGood weather allowing they Mrs. Myra Larkin had at herguest
MAINTENANCE resident, resigned as manager on needed greatly by the rapidly de the luncheon track fifteen to thirty-five satellites last weekend Mrs. Mary survey of Baptist students in
., .. Tuesday! at the director's meeting. vckysin -Tewuesta area. Mrs. H A. NesMiuth WM elected each night. Seven men operate Little of Miami. Mrs. Little is a seminaries showed 76 per cent of
x SUPERVISION Mr. Clark who has been Mr. The Jupiter Volunteer Fire Department treasurer! to replace. M,.. Har- the station. Among them are sistcr-in-luw of Richard Little Sr. Southern Baptist seminary student
Phone 287-1918 Jupitcr-Tequesta Chamber of Jim Bauctt announce* rio Phipps whose resignation after electronic and photographic expert former. Jupiter resident I are married
Commerce since the dedication of baa purchased a $17,000 CUts' A five years of service was accepted and astronomers. Special radio -
HARDY PLANTS SOLD RETAIL the present building gave the need pumper which will be housed! io with regret .t t the (AM meet equipment is used! to pick up
for economy in t h. continued the new Village of TcqucsU Tow ing. Reports t were given on the time signals and reproduce it on ;
LANDSCAPE existence of the chamber as his Hall complex and will be manned cook book hy Mr*. James Crooks, film so that a satellites position! Put BEFORE !
PELICAN reason for this step. He wilt continue twenty-four hours a day for fire chairman, and on the Christmas can bo known at all tunics A six- Policy Party
AND NURSERYLOOP I to Itlon the American protection in the village. Bavset! bazaar by Mrs. Alma. Wade chair inch ball ha* been photographedat
ROAD, PALM CITY Institute of Marine Archaeology said that the new set.up will appreciably man Mrs. Crooks urged that more a distance of 3.000) mules with You know in your heart a two-party
and is listed among the directors reduce fire insurance prc.ni recipes be submitted by the memo great accuracy. However the recent
-- ---- !\trs. Mrs. Weds announced: the launching of tho Russian two-
.- of the Chamber of Commerce to fume in the Tequeta area. better Martin;
itsaalst be elected in November The nominating committee reported date of the bazaar and luncheonto man sputnik was not followed .because system can County
When Clark'i resignation was on the officers and dire be Nov. 17, of the heavy overcast
read to the directors James Payne tors for 1965. There will be thirty Ed Horm, the Mat km nianaeer -
NOTICE TO president, paid enthusiastic tributeto directors listed on the mailod-ou Rain Postpones was one of the first in the VOTE REPUBLICAN
the work that Mr. Clark ha ballots!, of which twenty-four will Business of tracking satellites, having
done far beyond the call of duty. be elected to>> serve. The fibers' been station manager In Argentina
Vice President James Bauctt. m listed are Pat Snow president; Softball GamesThe and New Mexico before -ELECT-
MOTEL & APT.OWNERS moving to accept the resignation B. M. Dukes, fint vice presidentlack ; assuming his duties here.
said that Mr. Clark had been ldentiried Rotaon. second vice preii. Jjyi.cc! District 16 Softball One of the projects under way
with every forward step the dent; Harry Finlay treasurer; and Tournament\: wa played in the at the moment I Is in the field of GLADYS H.
town has taken and that he has Anna Minear. recording secretary: ram Sunday until Riviera Beach gcodicy. By this process! {picturesof
worked with patience and persistence Spaces for write-in candidates will defeated Belle (,lode. The battlebetween one satellite are taken by two
for the completion of each be left In the ballot so members the two Jupiter teams was or three stations at one tune. Thus ALMEGORDSUPERVISOR
project undertaken for tho good may add to the nominations.The called "because: of rain. their correct distance can be deer
Catering to tourists of the town. directors appointed Anna The local teams will play their mined.DF.MOCH.
The chamber director decidedto Minear present secretary at the tame Sunday morning and meet "OPENIIFADQUAR
sponsor! the Christmas parade Chamber of Commerce to serve Palm Springs/ ,and Riviera Beach : OF REGISTRATION
with the Jupiter Area Jaycees as as acting manager. until further during the efternis.n. : n1l11
GET YOUR usual this year. action can be taken All Jaycees in the area are !participating Democratic headquarters.. wereopened MARTIN COUNTY
in a trip la the blood, here on Old Dixie Highway -
I hank on NVednciduy! Oct. 21, according :- near Tequesta Drive, I last t REPUBLICAN
R. Meyer Heads Few Attend to Dule liltfdsoc\ publicity Tuesday.
FREE LISTINGIN chairman The Jaycee account at The ntt.Y; signulleJ: by Capable
the blood bank is kept in force for ho arrival of Democratic don
Junior Citizens Jaycee Forum members and townspeople who key, many hand-ehaking candidates Dependablej -
need it. and I number of television
MARTIN CO. BROCHUREto Jupiter Tequtta Junior Cltl I I- Some thirty-three candidates and Six Jaycees have !been appoint cameras. Ru.l j :'>u Jury? Efficient/
tens directors met Tuesday for their representatives talked Thursday ed to work In the news coverage Mrs. Jane DeBk of the U S.
Const Guard Bane here 'la in c Crud Piiiittioi ......1_....
election of officers and to make night at the Jaycees' "Know. program for the election, Now J,
be distributed at all State plans r for tho coming year. Your-Candidate; l Forum" before They are Tom Miniokl.: William: charge. of the headquarters' .
Welcome Stations Robert Meyer was elected prudent very sparse audience sparse either : uigley[ Bill Migrogun V. C -- -
with Jack O'Brien, vice pres because of voter apathy or ("lodbey, Paul Wtrick and Bob
Published By dent; Mrs. Helen Viborney, treasurer the need to clean up after Itbell. I Harvey.PKtSBYIrKIVN. HOSPITALIZATION PLAN
and Mrs Victor RonfeldU Jaycee President Tom Alfes and
secretary Mrs. Louise Johnston Bob Nichols, forum chairmen kept GUARANTIED; : RENEWABLE:' : mR UFa WORD) WIDE ('OVf.RAC:
MARTIN COUNTY will serve M youth director lime on the speakers Bobby Cul- \\OMKN MLkr. NO AE UMI tNROU.Mf"N'f: NOW PEN:
Mrs Viborney was appointed by pepper introduced the speakerswho Mrs C E. Lawrence Jr. of the PAn MFlIC'AL URct, osnOPA11L1i: ANn NA110NAI. IIOAt&: UF'h(111ROPR1CI1)RO
lama Payne president of the, had been invited by L. 11. West I'ulm Beach league of AS\URAN.1t UIPANY
Chamber of Commerce Clark of the Jupiter-Tequesta Women Voten was the speaker .
COMMITTEE OF 100If Jupiter-Tequesta guest I
Chamber of Commerce. NON tlARII\: IJF.NI'S A'Ctrnn: : 'OR\I GRE 63S
to act as the Junior CiUeni' at the lueiklay evening inert-
: representative... with the cham- Charles R. Holley, Republican log of the Women's Atwciution .
you have not been contacted by your candidate, was represented by of the United Presbyterian Church : $235 6b FR trio
her.A .. .... MONTII MONTII
Colonel Fred Kirbee. Senator Spes- Mrs Lawrence spoke on the tub. '
: gala dance I is planned for _.
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Chamber of Commerce and returned and Holland\ho aim unableto
our was Women Their
Oct 23 when Miss Tina Roscello. turning

"Questionnaire for Tourist i Bulletin"please served retiring since youth the director Junior, who Citizens has Mrs>> attend Marie was Cross represented Many of the by 1 way I hams 1 In Harrington liovernmeni and? Mrs Mrs. area: ...... .. .$375 MON..11 VNm II...R....... $100 MON III

call the Committee of 100 between inception, and B. W Renlnger. county: candidates were able to Charles Rice were hoHtcsw: at the
attend however Paul Glen spokefor meeting. SN 1.22( Plewre hr.IIt" M. I'n Ioftklft

9:15 a.m. t to 12'and 1:15 p.m. to 5:00: p.m.at who their helped bulldina.Nevad the will wu voting be elected honored.Nicls people president .get- The Robert audience FuHon.gained'lIn, insight. mas' The cards 1I""*nuallMi at the church displayed" hall Chri in the,t- Florida I II Icalth I t I Agency Add"Nam... .....__.........................w...............AI':. w...... I
AT 7-4853. into business when Stetson
of the Junior Citizens at their Sproul county, who is running for reelection afternoon Tuesday to, and be before sold: for the tile meeting bcneil I. P. O. lien 2U Lake Worth' Fksnlrl4 'hI __......,.........._.._ State _......
recent annual meeting. His supporting as tax Mil
county assessor of the church.
Positive Deadline officers art Dan Leary the group that his office handler
vice president; Fsy Snyder sec $11.300,000 each year, and County i
retary, and Sue Price treasurer. Commissioner Edward Band-

Mr and Mrs. Albert Sondak low also running for re-election,
This Friday Oct. 23 who have lived at Haymond's said that commissioners spent $8- I
Trailer Park for the past year, have 300,00 each year
returned to North Adams, Mass, Arias Krum and James Whalen
their former home. who are running for Jupiter Inlet.. Chevroletworkpower
, Commission, also appeared before
tho voters.

I1 P fl I Jerry Thomas

Addresses ClubThe

I 1 Honorable Jerry Thomas I
,a.J. I I was the guest speaker at Jupiter r
Women's Club meeting Tuesday
night at Town HaiL Mr. Thomas
spoke of the amendments lo be
voted in the November election
giving her audience a clear picture
Y of them. t( '"f
Mrs J. Howard Cox, chairman
of the bylaws committot. announced
fi that the new bylaws will be discussed
: and adopted at a specul ,
i! meeting on Oct. 20 at the community
room at 7.30.: ( She urged
that all members be present.
Mrs. Jack Robsoa reported! on
t the national awards won by the
I l li North Palm Beach Junior Women's
I ( I Club which was tpoiuored
by the Jupiter seniors. Mrs Alvin
BuitcrfwU. who presided at the
meeting, told of events being sponsored
) by the Jupiter Woman's Club.
Mrs. Albert McKco. was wet-
i corned as I new member while
Mrs. Jeannetlo Dennis was wet
comed as a transfer
Mrs Donald Darn reportedfor
Mrs Butter field, who attended -
the stale' "board meeting of the
I llorida f-deration of Women i
Clubs at Coco Beach earlier this
Hostesses lor the meeting were
Mrs. Thomas TumbuU. Mrs. William
Smile. It's good exercise. LMa. icr and Mn. JeannctU

; '- RuhL comes in two kinds of pickups mm Fle.tslde

OPEN RirL'BLJCAN: HOUSE I1)R Pickup (shown above) or handy Stepslde Pickup with' running boards between
It'. ewrcU in bonpiuLty. A imilo'i a
1 cab and rear fenders. There are 6l/r or&f t. bodies, plus an extra-long
plaint p.nuader-pJ.uaD& onough The Jupiter Republican Women's

faring loorbu bock to your city,your*UUp the Club Republic.b hoUinf candidiiiM open .haw in tho for 9-fL Stepilde body. Floor of heavy wood planking with fult-lengttt steel skid

rlup* to sUyl Welconb theae vUton. area at the Jupiter.T <|ir.U Junor strips.Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches.You get
eomeday" neighbor Clti2 m budding Sunday Oct
They may ;your 1S. from t to i ,.., accordingto smooth independent front suspension and self-ad justing mItu
Remember Courteqr wine friend.toe "'A. fegmiiU. Dwdrkfc.The .

Florid..aDd you! reception b being beLl so brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for your kind of Job.
/ ( I.r hat an voters fai. the are Buy
.m.. the opportunity 10 get aeluauiud 7 /.pon your ChtvroM dater about any typ* of truck
with tho RepuMicaii ea/v- .
'"rt4 I '. ",t I lUroU i Bat, Colo.ytoad 1 N alas

II ...t' It.. f., .b the a e w "membershipcfcairma
of' ot tho women's group. I
FLORIDA' POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY Mrs Leo> Valentini of FWtmand. :
I.. .. N. Y, b the guest of her
MtLpr14 auuL4 "114/14 mother, Mrs R E. Dumas, at her 1

.borne ooj EoniA Jersey AYZMK .._____ Rum: __ ___ MIL ATtatfe 7-MJJ


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I.-C THE STUART (*Ta.) NEWS Tnowday' October M 1964

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I Organizations Directory f Directory of Cfiurc .

flvir ruUAMtATt/UU._ tinWBMUVMTAlfiftKAJI f ZAT1AN9Wad. __
"........... Ae u n ;;; 'C.u.lutus- ; ;' '- nnn.m 1'"W\ I AU., lAIN.... IoPracor ,, ,.

.. I ill ...... J. B. Oowimnnlty ChprakAmataur c. .... AH .. taAaTJIJ'I.sr'c ,\ >.:"
; :... 0.. ... '
Radl* Emaraaney Caryl :
C0 .. CC. .... -..... ,'
Ird-ordjnator Aura.. I Oaorm.... JI ion* 05.5 GuuMiM-Wuit.r. Gurd 4uigbary:.1. loom' P It. jfoNo 0554II

Animal Raam* Laaf ..... o., Oaut Guard A.... Bid.. 00 110m. iJt'.t.: '' ....
#"MallMt, M B. J... J RlaoB Cut.', CIaaottaot.laa,4' I Oot .'

AUi T_, 7JO ,.IO* BOBwarom Okmu-Ib Wiubs1T.tl DI.\L-A.PJAfEB AT 7' 'IZ IT...... .

M IMSI .n.. Oub 1d*. .ts.:" Cuurtl ..*. wI i a U I -' ....... 't."Ii..wnW

f4 .T.JZ.-..: ......to. I Nat'I Baal I ICoaaannt | V..C.;..ar.loon oP ZunIn:..:.A"jII._, ASSEMBLY B*' U H. DANlfL Of 0 PaatorII Pab, CM* I ;";: 1 al.,; Con.::..... 1

Park.North Rar( Shara .Vt. Tkura.. 7,I* .,..., Courtkopa. ,yO .... !Anndar. Sonoul Unity. a..... T04 S. Fifth Far rtaMlay
Fraparcr Owaara AsaarhitlonPraildant MarMa Caunty: M_. C.I..... ties ...... Mornlne Worahlp. II :III ..rn. Onnrah .
C M. Rohrabiuich .. Till 1b ra, Bjbl.* 0Udy Prayar. I I Till a.m, CrrkM dMadaa |
: 1
Maatliuti rnd abc.1 ,komi tl'f:::: : ,::;.. hou.. Sill t.:... bud.,., Vnrrti 'Barrloa::: LUTHERAN CHURCH<< OF ST ANDREWAmarlean
till .
Braniallitlf JWrrlo *
( Lataaran Cbur.Is
: Cardana Clvla AaiMlallo M. C. and Zonln CamraU.lo )
Prf. d."t Chn''1.. A Oarlatromla Cbnlrman -Joiaph 0_..... FIRST BAPTIST.-JIM S. *0'. A_I' H.W 0.Frlnu III'&Vlata.. PASTOa bloC.. Part 0t." Co***

f aU".,. 1 pm C..U"ty Con.hou., ltd. a.. 7 ill ..ai.. aoulh"... ) RlV. TItJh5T wt.rIIl1IItI, r..tp, 'I
;: uaday I S'I' .... boSsy 5.1,01
V.b.Id.. A..tIo.Fri.IdntCb. .
:: .ami, Q. V... Sot ton* (Schaof BurdtlrmouN.urp O .. "' ''': I:10 ..... Wonhlp ).1' toil. a.. wousklp. Ssmvbr.
MilUr4m :: : 5,44 .... ROOd'' lubtu HOLY CR015
OB lid pldMn TH P.n. O.urlou.sToo. '. \ i bt "" IllOl .... Moraine, Wi>rakh. 1 pa. xutvrta 7rmc CATHm.ic-bodtus.P* !
< Club af Stunt af SrwaDa PomlMurnr I ill p.ai. tralnlUnion.
Fraal::lent-Mm. John:: W. Jru..., "' -t. ManiuallnInd .111 ; il Ti4l .... FV.nln> Woraklp' Maaaaa-.B........ Tt4l a...t Flrat ..... I II
Sad a... J iiO p._ Woman'. Club W.d.. I p.m. Tow Rail -I': Wadnaaday tIa,, .. B.. Caiifaaaiuw" hater ...,.... I

......... Park CMS AaaoclatlaB. - - .0(: ....." T,I* P.Bfc Mid..waak Prayar. SarvloaPALM ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL J I

"...1 Mo;... ? ,,10<> ....... Pint' National' {lank POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS' lQ'tT tutor; TIll: HKV; AHrUUIt) A. M1TH. RaetprHuml.

i.t! ...,.*. (::1... ftapuhllcM tluk if ManM County I : 11'.1'.r' ..4. .... Rnnday Behoolml ., .|o am.. Rul Ir KuobariMnio .
.''d ..d, Clubtb" Praaldaat .famaa g. W tap t I .i t. B.m. Mornln Wanklp a aril am; Motnuif Prayar |Jt add

II.... .. ,." R puklloaji, Wamaa c .,. al Martin C* 4 II p.m.. Trnlnlnt V..... Mob III l EurlurN am, Sunday(and.feohooT 4th nad;
1,45 ICvonln War.hlpMldwaak t't.i:
bmaB Baaca Parian Club Pr'.htaut-W. Arnold timnrr : h II:1 p a.'. Ho y EiMbarnn I lat aid;
i I .
Ilk ., : ta4nol; 1D' : ::1I Pny Ird. .
>i.aldn* lllra. Cllvln Wllhn Jua If ni *Vat Bank : 'M'z: tiki: Moraln prMay (tad 004Rumm.r

Ird Wad. 1 p... J. B Woman Cluklanaaa M. C. Damoaratla fcaaautlva Commllta. t r I ':fi 4thl.
'n- ....
j o FIRST SAPTIIIT.-JmO 34.'.. ql .
Chairman-Rilwtrd T 1101.01 t T'jdiK:: ; { "P.n : :1
funk Woman Aaaocutlaa : : liray T 8. tI. VAYUUR Paatoi ,o h ,
[ $oa..1roo.u-M'd $1 JCIalr. L11 \% 1,01.
raaldanV-Mr Marl VilUr.atlrd So'b.duli. .'. sod 10,0'
Mo*.. 8R 70? Clubboua. Maatlnia on aallBELICIOUS 0 ,. \ .: ( .t t 1:41 ......... iiiwlay Mornln. BehoolUral Wanhlp .... t Suodoui.LPISCOPAL .
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J..'. Woman'. ClubprMlderw I, 11'. ., fI Sill Po.... DTCiiiO CHURCH OF THE BLESSBD
.-M" 0 r Ctntnw.H OANI2ATIONi pm .....In. WIIIIp. 5ACJiAMEN.4e Chink St, Indian!***
fit Man. I p.;... Won*,) a Club: Clria* Prtandly. "'Iet,. SilO .... Wod...... r Pro,.* ..... asv *,. THOMAS uuc a

dartht. c....,. ".......... (witty Board -.adax.Mra.. it Jaat Wkltlaar! r'I'r *,.. Uiolr, BrMtlo* follawa, *,II 5.... rkoreb Sihaol.
.iwllcnt Mm. Wilbur C. Forrwf ru.. I p Moryu CknrakSt. RIO IAPTIS" ; 0REV. ,t,ill ,... )iwljr Maaarltl

ird Tuaaday ti .00 noon .' Jaaapk, Calls : JACK nlUfAHDEI CHRIST ......
C. A... ........ -or. nwntnl Haalth'raildant Pr..ld.nll ..... Fdward; Eloialla ?j4fimfl .
.. I.t Mo... I p a.. ...bao1St. i\&ttSS\ %&. 4 WiaUr aaaaaa aaly, Haa, t*, .....)
-Ra Donald' Sehroadafnd I .
Thura, BOOB, Tjw ,.., Jowpk Holy Nama ......r Sill ,... Training Union. .CHURCH RCV OF COD-IndiwMWBj "

'l.ulrmu-Msllury. C Caaptar Amarlaa. Jul.o.* Canaar Sariaty. .i nun.P".W.llt-1t.. "bafora. Ii.4 n._01.arl.. I p... l.koal. .11"I T?:ll iSO pm.fai: Bvaalnal Wadnaa. .Worship Fnyar ......" II IIa.m.ill' am.JCVEHBTT; Btrnday Mornlni MOM Brhoay Woranlp

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Jartln MMMriaJ Haapltal AnnUlary'mldantrMri TROPICAL FAaMS APTTST- wy.T* Till pm.: Eraulrf Warahip
Curl Otto BOYS 1COUTJ OP AMERICA LKWIS STANCIL PaitorIi4l t..* .... Wad Vannf faopla'aBadar

psi 110,. tint/ national Bank TART ..... Sunday School ,.
Troop 40)<-nnitniaalorv Rabart PaakWad IIIII .... Mornlnc. Wuasbip',
hlaa Oardni Clukrr ". f 10 pm., Amrrloaa Loulon Mull I 41 ...... TralnlnaInion" CHURCH t>F THE bOOD 'HaPHUDr -
.*ldnt<_*., )I. Frial Wila 40-AdvlMir, Karl D.l7Ihura SilO p.m. a..ln. Worship t..
lat luaa, 1.Id p m.. M C. Air. Bid.. .. t ....... M.lh. thurnh. Albany. Bt. BiOS, p.m. W... If,'Idwaak, fnrfDUNU.IN I'll ELMCR L. ALLEK
Sq .adran JEd: am. Holy Communion
artl Cousin. Ratardad Chlldm. Aaaa. JdrhkartTbin .
p raaldant-rlr* ..t..$ .. t p 44rid.or..,.., 4Utooy '" !MENTL BAPTUf-141. alawahKV tub* km. Parlak Eucbarlat.: :: Irma.)

)rd Thur... T.ID p.... Com Km. lit Nat Cub Pack r. P. C Hwmala : TkO: Lull and Sunday School -
ilrtl .
4th Mon.. 710pm", tathollg gohool .. I ... Sunday. "rooII !
latlannl SaeratarlM AaaariatloB Cob Pack 430-Cukmantar: P ao.' .01 .... Monlnc Wor..... //FNSEN, .. Drlva BEACH. COMMUNITY.
n...II..nIM'I.rh., ... Ann Llndaay Loot Mon. till pot. Voulk' C...., I,II ,." Tralnlnf' Union. RfcV NEWTOlf.1'. MCk
$Itk Mon.. tomm of 100 offlnaalm ,... p.... WorobiJ SimS'. M TWeeDY
JENSEN BEACH NORTHERN lIGhTS Employes; of Florida Power and Light thing connected so that the blaze ,-. ,." W.. Mldk limbo. II m. Sunday Wool!
> Laka Park Civil Aaaaelatlon Troop l 401-HeoulmaaUr. J O LaokadooWad Way extended in one ,pf glory III: ..rn. Mnrnbn Wor.hlp
'roiiMantCafll Mslton .. 7 10 ".10.. Community Hall Co. are Ihown Installing one pf f the last light standards to go in from A-l-A Cut-off to north of State Road 707 intersection by IT. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eul: lrk St T:00 p.... Wadnaaday. Rook Oiolr
Ird Monday. rent !.t.I., Bank full Park 401-Cub: .ia.(.r H. Qilna4ik JAN JANUiKEWSKI Adm SIlO .... Thuraday. Mldwvtt BarHa
: W.d. ..18.. Community HallCuk on The Great White Way. near the northern limits of Stuart Monday night.on Ir7*>.k dayat Mon tiirm '.... milConfaadanaillatnrdayl IIHOV'I WfnllIISEa-arftt

I ah.. City C._ Club Pub 404-Cukavuter (I. hlpaa'.Jt4tb Friday. By working throughout (the week end, they had every ; 'buud.y-.4 p... .RS
f ranldant-MIn Mibol. In.., Wad. 7tlO pm. Iranian" Hall Bad. ISjnradan .. Ttil pm ::81..dt. .
b' Tnura. ..I* ...... &I'I.> Cantor - .... - U. .. ------- bob ,. II..' Friday of month., dill t. Th..1_ ill Mhtotj' snhn4.5 I
*. SERVICE ELVIS: ss5.,4199. to I ill t... : ._ If'
*!'' City CI Ivlu Orf.nl.ail. -
lrian*-Andy r llnlckTuaa CI..... Club .( tumrf'. IT RKDEKMERLUTHLRAN.L! :
r.rl: Uli Cantor P..ld.oAuop Jiuitos ( I>OMAU BlaV
Risks UvJT K. 8U iH01lJ *
Data '
*....... c..r..*. Civil AaaaclaUaajPraaldrat I W.d.. II noon Townbouaa Raitanranlladlantawt Security Being Destroyed 'laaa at 1 1 ill a... Snndnra ." Bnndny. Behool Blbla Sta*j>

-Ra.. i. W. M.r.obe Klwanla Club loll ... Warahln. .....* .

MOB, a p.... ...... i Froild>-Jamaa Blnaa. riST FIRST-T24 CHURCH Loot Oaaan OF CHRIST BauiavB BCIEN. CHRIST. THK KINQ (..UTHERANIBPTIH -.

plot ..... C.... AaaaaUUaaiPrwld Wad, II .ill ,..., ,_.1.0" |p.Au. llK)0 .... Bundty Hrhool
Editor note: HUB article/ wai Index cards by burning wth{ a the Chicago headquarters accumulated g' ; '
.n_Waltar Banaoa special filing cases: full of ties> .... MartinaWarakto' ( : PJOBNRON. '.. *.

fat: Thun, I ,.18.. CI.'. <<:en.... "....lde.I'.. Baack':' Liana SohmldtIttlrd Club written by the Chicago Tribune agent jn attendance These agents especially veterans \data which they mutt now .burn PiOS, r.... W....i.Taatlmonlal' Maarlnt :1:0:: *a-m..m.: :irah'.Sthool Cu| >
lid Tkura. S pm! Supper $oalali' 0.O. Washington representative: be of years lel'vice. have with finudins Room. Birr A" lalG' .. "
Wit, 111. p m. fay.r arl Field personnel files should many a witness lookIng on. Around 14ouru.-Mou.::: thruCHURCH ;.ViI. MornlniWonblB

Part laliraa .Clvfl 0.,.... ,opt..,-..... BauM KhranW. Cluk forwarded eyei only' (a top security : r o.m..lp.n. FIRST METHODIST c:........ AM
rirahouw. tn ... WILLARI)
TuMilM, 1 It .
*!. Clvla Club'nrnld.nt.Jmnlt ':: m.,bj'plt'1.n.: fclartma classification) to I the special: OF CHII.T-aai Palm' ""'.M ; Marnfni' Wanib. r

ah.... p Washington The State Department $. agent in charge: via first claw re,. Governor flUUCK OOBBMX, MbS'tumI Ibis a.aw Chunk. ......! I
II.... nf Ituan
i Ot Tdara, CtnbkniiantMrt Club Talks Sunday IliOlam.
Mornlnf ,
office, ha directed istered mail on I ii It .... Bibia Wonhlp
Woman' Club pr..l.l.ub-4)r' Ranald. B AIIUaB I tccuniy study Sink P.m; Youth r.Uihpal' "" (
rraa. -Mra. CarnMlap .. T...araafnl Wad.: (tilapm.. rradaWlidaPraildaat its agents in twenty major cities: J Intelligence experts could offerno II il a.m.. Warahlp and Co........ TIINITY I
Wa' ... Ills. p m.. Club bulbs. Iturt 511w I. Club of tho United States to dentrpy the explanation for one ace on of p. KvaqlnB.irW..k., ftIIV.: MLII. GUlI/8ALUa bua4.

Itha......,.....'.._Cardan.... II
lot "" .... SiC Lu b0S0r"r SluM Hl.Ilrppars Iqws Dea.. Club containing: : data on government te- to withdraw their listing from THE RKV CHURCH B1LL1K MaALPIN OF ooo-ruUr" st till. ..... Hn.ob,5' !or.blo.*. 5p. ....

.... !?- - UU' !! RuU.5Tb. curity: riiikiBy local: !telephone directories. It was Timi ........... p haol I'd 4nuds.OsetotA .. I

,; OP COMMCKCK: .'. t P.m. Vautk CaotarStuart Oct 1 J. to directive presumed to reflect: the hush.hush jltOO .... Morning Wonatp lISLe METhODisT 5.
according: a
0" __.. .. TJO pjn. Zo.ouos Wor.hlp. 11KV. D. H.
," L. ChubPnuoit.nmrbII'.urtb FARRIS BRYANT ships en route from the New KNIGHT III.
Mron Satinurknuk dated Aug 28 resident, aginta background of Gentle, who cameto : T:II pjn: To..0 Prar.r Maatlnf bill luod' 3.bool \<.
I t.1'I; ::: ; Community I Owta Ind.4tk Wad, Jam.. ;(an Heuaaluart 'will destroy all completed: jnveilleative the Office: of Security from I Governor of J-lorkU' World to Spain. We are almost This ..... :Jour... Y.P.C, tunIcs 1"'t,iOS :.:: Mos'nIs.r WorubIp: ,

.....' Baack A,.. Baraytlmlat Club the Central Intelligence Agency. In certain to see an Increase! in treasure THE UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST "iBJ '.oIo..rr Polity suM ,ills
y.b. : reports by burning procew July, 1715 eleven Spanish Confraiatlanal. *"'! """t* at I 14' ..
P.u.14.nt.q-oub V Palm CIty)
loot4.ut-i.uuloo MillerIriMfnl hunting There will be adventure .
lid t.u. IU..t.tu, iPl1buI11 Innu. FIoo'buoO Multi with a upecfut: agent Jn attendance"as He succeeded John 1 F Reilly galleons, richly laden with gold fchV 1JJ.IAM "IIJt1II\1.\ Pa.tor till Thursday* ,

Pwt IVUrml .., Ind1hurs. swum: Abu,000: YothO Club witne -*- o. by jiovt th<< Burning \ who was forced to resign after the silver and other precious articles: and perhaps: profit i for some i I,41 ..m. rhnnh Krho.il lillpm. *. P.Board'"* of fianlaa RtawBrdl (I...

.ld.n l -Ii. C. I''.'."' ." $t.uu* Jo .0.1 'his taken placet ;:; Internal 'iecThcomflliTcu.sed : ( "iir T- were caught up in the fury of ahurricane but tolorMa Chit search will till: 'nm. Tna !Sarvlci dunarf'. prtn' Thuriaaoh' .......1 "
I TnunhfMatalt ,.,.., tIr.bes... It (Runny) NalioO turn up I lot pages In pur early .Idtd SOUTHEP.N
him of .
falsifying testimony '
... *
f f T...... tiM B.m. Fink. Paay The Jepuftmcrt kectinty igcnnInveMigiiU hi the Atlantic" off of history, and provide a wealth Die .n'"10.. to" I W.dn.udoy. WO. ply. COIARLICII 0. 'f BI

,uud.uM.:'. I. (lo._) .,....0. ._ oJ _ \ State Deportment employei The Office of Security maintains what is now Fort Pierce. Ten of artifacts of 1".lIo..htp 5lO a... oW_hip i-rusts IINNRTT
i lad lOon.:: ; a... VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS and for field office* in Boston New the ships were destroyed and took to supply our Mate museums COMMUNITY._ Buck I',.. sm. 80nd.. .011ooI
applicants .
employment for all to see and *KV NLWTON M. Twobti''; I,10 p-n. EntPOt'\la
I "Marakmt: American Lafta, Janaan BaaakCurnman to ascertain 1 if they are loyalto York, Washington Miami Chicago their treasure to the ocean floor. enjoy. Polo a-m. Bund.y Brhool and W. "... p.m. Uvooip5 .Lwane......
Vbtsbrto.-PhbbU., l.rnub .l.r-fc! %liana OrlmmInd ..kip. ........ 'rl6
4U Tkun. It.... bbambaf; Bulldla' .4lb Mai.. I p... Las-laa buM their country. have Communistic San Francinco: and Los Angeles Much: of that treasure/ and that L. U. tltTINJOJtfJ1\'P: :: rlOTIf'Pl Till p p.m..m. Tuaaday Wad......,Nor'S Prar.r M.tln..

"b'", - -- - ..........* Lallan Stuart connections or have difficulties Resident agents operate inmany (from many other vessels' still" rests ovv'rp'srsov'' EOPtU k'V zn CONCIEG.TSDISAL-.J.PS'jiu A. Mii44iam. FIRST MKTIIODIIT..4.S,.... Morlisy

COIII.UVATIONAaoM. lommandar- Cbarlra. 1:11.: .. in character ReIch as drunkenness cities under supervision: of pn the ocean bottom today but a l |.TrH T"tt 0db Carly Wer.nl.llrtl ...V. OIWROte R. "oCull.IC"'
.. lulutv Ins and Ilk ..... I |.... Ladak aTaflAmarka hi the field office In the Midwest, Noll:MI I* hrrrlty: gb.tn that BANK I a.*, tkurak Bahaol 515$ ,.... Ivodoy .rb.s5. .
or homosexuality, w i C Ji concern: working under in*
private tIeS
Pmldrat Mn Vlralnla R. Porrait .. a unilomlrnad. tudor Ut in.. Mornlat Wankto." rUraan No.01,1' w"....
Lu.bTW.e. p.ra. K... ant. M Library *......1.. ., IndUntawaCi.minand would make them potential security there are agents in St. Paul: Detroit lease front the State of Florida is (. lwa ilia ',pr f 'vial miof d.:rln hot* aa... '. Sill: JH: lit?

lank- .kar. LaafuaPraal KlndraJUt Ith Hal., I r p Jim.*>. Wmby risks, They also invetliputepa Clivelunit Cincinnati: St systematically- carrying on salvage Clnrk Aria.h'I'I: \ will i-riflntor' J'h'\1.;: \ iota. to.jyautb 'VaayarMVTII .or.l.0 lotS liii', '.:."'":. L Tbnra,nl"lay. .Wimubla Jun., Choh

.'rl.. I ...... Jn Mat BankJiMlar AmariaaB LalaB AnBlMary, JanM 11.11pnobdonlu.Mrl. Hport fraud. Louis and Omaha operating under operations on this fleet One.fourth f.< r. I.l'tIh.: *County.Irrult l"IuIbd.
CanaarMllan Club (.d-4Ui l M.... .I Jfrnnia im. Maraal The data to be destroyed will of their find /goes 'to the stale I thin r-. lpt nntlrw"f .proof ttrtctltloia of .", hll"N' of 'ERr."T PIIUIIYTUaAN-Jif.. 14.'..

t iaa, ,It ,1 Stuart ,.... (bustas A...... L.|Un Analll, ..... Sluartfr.ll Includo not only copies of reports This i is how Florida manages sltIi&t: n mitn.- B.WlTt:1I'H'' or "TF.'IITln.o 15KV.: A MALCOLM, sYDNeY A LOWalit.HARRIS.AaalataBI tutor.

tuart aliriik Club ...l-Mra. Thw.... Hr... forwarded to Washington but what Night Closing treasure hunting off her shores qlrtAI'H ApsllTuntatrslo.ln a'ati'risla) lioN 5:00: .... UDde. .ran
_I l .4th MOB, I Laalo "
lit W... ... ._ Intelligence: call raw Mil" Salvage kases are he bioI..a, blnw, ,
d, t rol w.a tln / iguiti granted by .I nor principal' 1 "1." Undrr.l.nrd und r I ha nroilalnni Ill .... Young Paoalaa
and >aU I am, olnMWra.I lat Mail Bk.lanaail Cauaty Bamaka, W.W.I VataraaaCommanifar I cab 'I' of bll I"'M l Port liuirrn.' ibonlis if <.hniil io r H. l,.twi nr l'IoirIiIi l Fallow.klp
I The e include data useful' in .u,,- I state ': net serving as Trmtqcs "" .
-Ph Up A. Kim. 1 Of Game Area rnunt,. t la.; that Inn partial I In.I Ada, el JIll will 1 rrxlulrr with Ihi / VTMIAM I. MMUNITYHANCI -
'atlMaN' OIlC1AN'U'9'tl\' '' lat.Ird Frl'. 1. II. Community' C**.. Sequent investigations such: at r of the Internal Improvement Fund\ I Irrrnioit. In Mil.. bi nil ana sum Ar Claik of III. Circuit: ('".,1 In and If.* .. .......

luau TI....... AnalUaif ....." County '._k. .AwUbrf? names of prospective witnesses and to single, individuals, firm, or this K(."|,pllnir.-r U Kof|or,|>llnior I' .r' Pohr.0 and Ann. rinrM B.- raralpt for 'Martin of p :o"l'tl.1 publication Florid.:: : upos ':11 ...'. AICKHON Su.doy .lionS PaitarSabool.

ITaaldant' Mra. Marl PrafhW' .-... .'. --.Mra. Kutk N. 11.11 lead to subversive activities I Is ProposedA corporations. They first take out and .Hint thai. ors. nu otharprann Ihla not lea. .th.Jttltfou| solo*, to.of II iSO .... wurosip lie.....
SrI II...... I .,m. lat Ird Kri" I P._ Now Com ChunkV.l.ran'a M> exploratory lease to search foroffshore > .Intrrcatnd: In null hn>lma. rn. 5:54, la. Youth Fuil'.ht.. ,
A lieU has complainedto Pill ....
agent All'rlIIYR t. 5tOItl'IC.l"hUW T'I ftOOI'If'J W&.
( A
rAIXTINlI Lluft.Yout5
lanaa lurk V.I...... Cauaell al MaHIa COOlly Chile
Fin PipartaaaptPralldant Caalrn:: aaJ, W k.U.r .. his senator tn it the destruction: ( wrecks. When a wreck ANNA E. KOFIIMVUEH: : ,sdtr whIch I illS'.. oloeoro In b".I. IND. "V. UNITAIIAJ5
-Ja k Ad > b.n
TIM** IBM.. FI......* sot Mon, | f.m.. ltuw" > ,...1",* Horn I of his record tyill seriously impair strong recommendation to is located an exclusive, Kaae is Ptih" : Ort t. I. II. II llalaart" :liitlIooiii too.. 'h.vl,00 in' my.prinripsi. .I.... ml Pors ....._ 11.0.1 Coiu.ounhtp; PfLLOwapotp ea.....

fart (alarM ,....... Aualllart v.P.ws-'tuo.tCommi0doPbhtbuuld his usofulneis! In the future close Water Conservation Area 2 grimed giving the holder the lv "01(5.. *! e'tl srsTtupra Ills RT fiunty, Pim! r1l thai UH the Brash'Vn. Mm.'tIn, I.,.. "141."'.....hlll....,-bOss........ ". ...... .......
Pnuldrnmt-Mu.., Caunoa; Auptls to the public at night has been sole right to salvage at the 0.. Miserly hhb5l'rVv. .'U1'IGl'In a.l.,1 in ..H bii-Tfllaa I. H/olt I .lJawHIII \\0' 1,04.01
particular ,
ltd Tkurt. flat. ..... ,....K.... l'burn. (1.4dm. nAtO: blldIi and hamper, his Inquirm into the )'IAIIIIDA: d'ols of. Jo4oun Uraeh, 'Ifljirlda r.i o... 'a.dar.
lod-4U ,
background of Slate Department voiced by the Palm Reach Brow site designated.Fbridus'a HWIAILIS Stoat tnrra ... no other PENTECOSTAL .
Part taferiM Valuataar Fin D..rt..rnIPnuld.ntKob.l ......... pornoiui CURTIS J .L..
v.r.w. IndlanlawnPammandaa'. ard Counties Recreational: Development share of the fllituloUltr..ltUI' Tllm EMTSTFI: Pr f 1.1. IB mIld h..n_ I IIINNII
Joknaon employes I'" ..
.. .YL\'I (1")liY.ROIICK WOTT >
lat-trd. Taaa, r.buuIYRATUMAL .' foa SIlO...I..W. PoOl,Praatmiaak. Warn )Henceforth under the order, Committee. recovered: off of Fort p,... ( ni iiirMry OAII..I n..d. I..! ,... ...II..o.t
- TO hll'ilbISRa J V .
OMUNIZATIONtAmla .....W. Au.mary, luart the agent. will receive only that Rob Kleiner of West Palm. Pierce 10 date was recently "displayed All' ho rrilUorn t>f (In halal) nf Pun: IVl> i n, t4L1fs.: .. ,I W..lk" .
I. Ckaptar. OraVr al lIaM..... Cmrn.odu-obtlo. '.n.." SmithlaUrd Information which the Office of Beach committee: chairman explained 'in Tallahassee! atislo[ "001", 4nri.>a.i>.1 l. ore I.f>rahnnilNiMl > CEHUN NE CRUICH OP H.IT

*Maitar....>.H II.'ooitbIuP.. till.r--Ja....,lorda..,,.." ,...... Wad. Ouldan 0... H.UdlMMISCELLANEOUS Security In Washington. sends them that night-time. use of the It Included ornate fold necklaces or aii"4rawnil ps.qtilr.d wl to Irh HI.t Baymnv .anrflnlna III SillS" coropy 5'nnIt's 'DIRt I CanrcB IHatlflAN.t. 1.CHURCH boob

-- -- -- - -- -- -- ana they are fornitklen to accumulate big Everglades area boa of h.ye wrnlnat bud .Mlat 5 In tlirorrir rl'II'd U" 9IOTlil. .-ollnr.l.l1l alt I.N. 1. IAKEII li. Iliobot..
- AMala Maaa .. ....... : : aggravated intricately woven design of tbo inunlir. Judy* ol 11.'. I ..... ikb.nI
Waraklpful. MaatarCbrlitlaa bib data for future use All security problems of poaching: alligators Much of the treasure trove Is in tin ,'ounlI"lnrhl.... In th* rourl.h 1 ...n", ., ... ',A.... lumbsy. """ohl. _....
*..-.'" 111..... I p.... .._.. TaaiBki ClrO Air rotOlCosrn.nd.rLl.ubooont records will be based .in theWashington and game. as well as thievery of gold coins called escudos.! Eight .>u.. at riniart* Mirlln" wlihln MiHI !" :' ,. .... '..D....: .. liii.
.. .. t. P SIraMMaata ( ,nlrndnr. month (mm the Snis t _
A. MOW C. .. Clka "T"It. '
Pnaldan....Mra. Uarothy Itardf. fuaadnya 1 II ,... headquarters.The boats and motors and vandalism escudo pieces, worth about sixteen or the flr.l p.bbI.MtinO af lObe. No.tha I4.5 t. The population

{.4 Tb.... I '..., Clka ....... c..1.... al ,1Mt'h. order to destroy records of equipment. dollars at the time they were' lost Farh: rlnlm rr dvmnnd. mimI SIATICIt .C*'*****"*. of the U. S. In
l b. In "writing" and muni alnt I ha sin times between
feat. (IM Pal ....rttr .'....._.... C..bubottiu tat come to the attention of the Jack: Horner of Palm Beach 250( yean ago are much more valuable |11'.,'.. or raaldnnr* nnd Post OffliaKdrria MAT All crrnllin P.rir..u bulb *r eea8 J J 1850

., DIn.0lOP.flOOS PbIIb.Iik Senate Internal security subcommittee vice chairman of the Central and on today rare coin market. or thu .llIlm.nt. .n' mu"t A. WITIfAV dMNtaaml. Bra 95r 13000000) to
ZaW a... : .
Kaallaa bw.br
lit W Oaaal Bind, AT 1-4411 la 110. rlalmsnt' his BAtirtnd and ra" l..I.-..... B. 1. Abbott which hat been Inventiffntng Southern Florida flood Control It Is feared by some that the large airont nr attnrnr? or It will b.ouons my .1.1'* ir ..rli-nmnda which th ....
.. ,
S ..... bourn Lady Calfara "' told.
111" .Jn-Blnat 0.1st. I In
charges of lax security in the Di lrlet. organueJ the two-coun find of old pieces might depress voIIsurnu'lnwlAIW I ;; .. of th tha
.d.nt-llra.. lIlt HartaallTUM l>alad ihla IS dajr ll Pnpt.mb.p Judr* af Lf'UL ADS
XI Praald OaauM r_PM......CI.J... 1'1.... .. m. .... M 0.Gall 0",Oak State. Department for two years ty Recreation Committee In January the market value of these coins, *.'*. 10<<4. Hn. County. riirldi: in jhi rotrlttM tl. r.TU.W\T

at-lr4 n..... I ,.... bourn U"' ,. Art O.k. Q1piou. evidence has been as em- 1962./\ to advise the FCD on but Florida i I. going to do Its part | o\fer: COOKB tsNOABTTOIEOJ ) .,..011.. .irssf-t*.SloSh dot. O'PI"I: OP ISYLSI-le'' f .

Dawfktara al tka Amariian RavalnlPM PraaldamlMra.. "A.hkp. .ArkaMIrd bled In executive hearing: but the public recreation to that by preserving its An ro-fiioruiAn it the .r th* flrat: Bu4>lcBtlon| or Ihla BO. NOMJI.2imr.,.'. ,.
N.u.b-NfL MarJorl* {lomlafr4 Fri. Id* P.m. kamaaMartte ore: historical Fatal of HylvlB Ctxlir, li** Rnoh dnlm or dnniuod muat Undo.rSI,4 umirm tlt
subcommittee is reported under a* artifact and b. ,...
Port Lauderdale In .
n..... kamaa4U Meeting at .... wrltlnr and mini ..I. of 151(11 tl
M..b.ic' ClubPnuld.bMru. tumMy Pah-,, ............. White House' pressure to suppress Wednesday the committee voted I not selling them. nt10)ITnltL! .. n'cITERIIOir! Mar...or ".I. Art.hr.I, wuil 1 :;:I.or, whuli Plmrtia.,
D.M.l.p add. us.
Prnsld.Ntm4.! W II... of tha rlalviant ('l.rk .
T Oll.ht..nAU. and
Its finding until after the Nov. 3 Some of the treasure I like I By T mual
a n.ult I'.r'
Jo.bo..m WwtuM lat II... Till p.m. Airimtaml. BUMartin to submit" It. recommendation to.. ....... fur 1"n-lbHllt6r' .wrm 54 5. thu oUlmant.I hli for In sri
..... Ill. .$u, Maaonla Tampl election the CD and thence If the district nine-pound disc of silver that was P IX prnwaronrij IS avant, *r his ittrnv, *r It will Yr0lpb of ..nl' I". upon
LaaUaa* Amlllwy .. ..... BJwEa Canary Call ... Cmmlrp: OakPraaldank In issuing CM order the Office recovered U not minted. but most atuorl, rIurldnPub. kM m* mid awordlnr tn law. IilIOU'.Pt"I lr.'lhlItl..,.
.. .
: T Clubkanaaktartta of Security asserted It was designed had been formed Into cows. LI a ii
Chart Maurlarak. Ol.d,. In.... Tilt .- Fresh water FAult CommisnioBwhich 0' MOTOR "A
4tk T_. f pJ ., lOOf Mall Cawara Farm Buraa* to effect efficiency anti economy leases the 210 square. miles Artifacts brought up from the \ fiajrilT isp HKmrr IOIHT so'nnjT1nu iai 1:1 1Titr tW; ru. RCV8I':)( .. btobu.u.IIn".r whIrl. boyl.w. will .. t In

ia rJobla Or .al.ula. Obiousprnr.t.rpJuhu l>d 'I'll.... Sammali. Los AUhouith k reduced the number I(eels of archaeological value. W nnnir' a t- ,.n REUBEN a t", YI"I I lOst 'h. Cues'
D. FCD for purpose of wildlife management BUAVCU8 A. ROHT ) JOH IIUN ht ... bUMln". ...rl.Intnr..t.4
iat-lr4 Toaa. ( p.m..U'P; ... Martin Cutup AmaUnw .... Cktkrraalriank of domestic field offices, no Many metal object art thickly I'lsIntltfists4iui ) .i. fnr Ancillary slId .<"AARr.J". I. MACK. A MJTIJ

...... khmr --.., II -..BIU BcittM employe would1 lose bit Job the' encrusted with coraMifce substance ; 7 llTClnlMralrlT.It \\rr lath. (Mr. I 0r" Ih...s It..t
Third T.. ... I .... AT 'UI.1MartlB flw ooEH:! > I p.00.5. lotorut.4 I. .tl.
ClaW.laurmon" Wllia said The wooden vessel Irlrm. .
directive However resident Spanish .ta BUIIK: ZORAI4111'4twneeomt.' VFr buoyS. "(nrlda "- ed
tnpV4lk ,.... I p... lOOP Ball CouNty Mwtarlaal ...... formerly equipped with ned smooth ballast \stone which fwh, r>r. i. a. ts. t>. I.... A A. MBTMR
.. Club PraaldanVRolaad Marnll vlrtua of Wynn jCi,.....,,l*. I *'HSRIEI
.1. Baack *aa ra aa4 AuOUry a a 4.
Ppaald ntUaoraa Tutllapwaidwa !. tot T.... T.ill p.... Ftral N.-I- BkMulKala clerical helper/ would be reducedto Priyins Charge frequently mart wreck sites In In my. hnn.t/1/ |a H d vut ff lh.. Clr.mil I" TIlneitS aswbw, h'PIS? "., ()qt. I. .. .t,
.. ) ont desk ins chair, and one Florida coastal: water and could Tonri .. Baull >r rliXrnr* W 550 oT. C'ssI'Tv I. .
.-.Mra. ilaaal. Pankarftnrf Llatlnc Baroiaa Polo., anA Blanch A. Rob acalRlchanl ,...1 FWIt II),. '
.4tk PrL. I s... /. B. C_ CkwaBOutWat 'rot.-c.tt H. Taraar dictattar' machine Must t Be paced -and sometimes do-le*J skin Ca-raa-nn and rli'a:. Xnr.Ir 1rH... ,,,,. 50.. .
>ta Maaon. "fa.IW4 || .. poll .. Rota
'hr J *n 0l.'b > Cu
..IE 0. BlatartM. Palm City Hanw BwaMMtrnttoB, CMPra.l burn alt their txfir' mvestintive : when they are discovered ion aa .,.. hln rnrrtil Ml.fIj3e i'y.. El.WBaoN50'riepl I W...
: .
.t. Ok.. -Mra. ...... Itrauaa lu T_ IJI .... C1..U CaaM clad ltoo.. *ni nil H..M. rnl' a 4 :C ": WIMJlfl'emuu ... I
headed t )..-lr4 Moa,. ,_ ,amaa PaHelaa. O0P r S* Mid ilO'wd' Aft .uM,., ,s. blots aC ut,
Kaaaal Citelot that "current Invet4native auien They are interested\ i Is the tresvur sod Ebb IrrnirBTn !. .... Our JhfnOowlnv .. JAN a KrMWflHX... ...
Cl Cka.- an
.. Stuart mdM .t. a I'
....ld.ut.-Mru. Harold, Bvrkar i.ll I tt1.flt. for ..... alaa menu and file completed: during *. which Ia of court i important dcarnhxl. fimovrtr 1***** bonus .nmnfH 0.4 mivlrMl la ( -
v .
In Martin < rferttB la l
demolished Mr .11
f.'4tk "" .... II ... bourn ha nermd between Nov. 6. 1962. struck and a concrete: to them, but also they art interested JBT., nlalin* nr aVwanrti vnk-b tK .
> ha
Part ...... Haaaa >* Mhtrnat 'I4 milieu 5
OraWr a* Kamkaw far ONto BaaMMIrvtlaf CM power pots Immediately north of tot t filiw ,. Bottom. 1 ,HOBB .HTTIn. *r .... n
.nd Ian 1964 would be in history Some have traveled misoop >ul ar ....,
... eenipsOil. "
Wortbr Advlaai Judy ollaoalattniTaaa. Pnu14.ot-.N Illlak Nawlln >fNY
-" Roosevelt Bridge' about 943 Mtrxn d BfmHIon ,.. CMRtr PtorM.. W
: l .
Till >' ah, Maaocw. TamplrHaraJ I., Th._ 1.11 _.. CI... Caataytlptla |. Rut thin material WaROC to p.rn. t to Spain to check, historic record lb. I'll tloranf ,wourd.d I' ""'.* at 050001. ..$.... ..ltlot.* .a1 r>. -- ___
Palm Kakakakl > Plarara" al Martte ComrfyPr : remain In the avents' rtossesiHtn. \\ednesJaV. Oct. U. was chargedwith : for lit* name of vessel) 505.. Boo T M..S. !MaHt ('lrn4r nuintki fro tK* dma. I .
Nokia Orand 11'.. Oraiw HaltUtlrd ... careless driving. OoBBtr rtortda. pukH. r.osr4.., lb. Onus OoOitul' > tMa ? f
M_ t "',.. loop HallSlMrWamaaB .ld.a. aokanla O. Ska* 'l I l9 this caieanry the invtsimtive their '"10en.t the site of theircreW' OsuS .0.5. so 4.Nunl nmfr CITY
lal.Ird Tkura., 4 p... Ooa ral Maa....| 'IIrn"I.1 lame B Our. (07 Weir Street '\ntlr la hr**>. n..*n lna *rrmt Smitbow uS soot .i".5 :J: t
Klha $ atone with the Oh. :
Ladfa 511o0 ;
t..at n.'.. I ..... 8..1_ ".11.. report *-..*. site Ith I Kulwd; ilusdon.p. K...Ut. -._ a Knollp.m. **. ..... rnlat VpAt note*. erurrly 1U1are to be told Stuart police that the wind Searcher' arc exploring, I the boo. 11It4 ..*..._*> .... rwira ..f II aa 5p I, ISr .'.,,..,,4 spot-p-mi. "-....swo...-" I COMMISSIONSTUART

..., Bbrhia Club ,..famadara-l an ......Oua.. "moved' from the fih..* \storiw cab, I I and ram of Hurricane Ishell! caus-1 floor off the Gulf of Mexico as 110 AM and mild 44 4v PM.at Slim at' US trust* divaf AMth '0 Sm lh. ..1.. ..'.. Ki. o'.oo. uO
< *
._.......:.Jokn AlJaUIM '.' ,,...... I .. Tacbt CMl : 'Inn and parkaweJ (for tint ClaWrolutered i .>l hu car lo kU uJ turn comI welt a* in the Atlantic Moa of 0 POP V.pt'" r-....... Owirt If...M* 111* atlMWaJT... .* U Will '-e....
Twa f > Manama Tube ChUaltod around in the' southbound t win, Hat ..... ...4 !l5o... OTt. ?rh
.mr l I rletcty tM .has aM all .. .
Caauiarawl Tmilarawlor ..rt Baar4 .. RaallaraPw mailing to the con. I treasure, ceyne from Vanish ... af Ih. .... Richard. ] Li1'ott.a Sop.. I .. Coy ., P.M.. I MECtTAR MTTPNCr

Ca.._Ed Howard .l4al....KaaawB 'Tllran rnMin sr' rial agent in charge lane of U S. I before mounting ship" believed TKtim of bur ...... 1:1.: .. Y.ooows tot 0.4 0* 50.ulu. ,...-..,.... MEMPE
la* nup*.... ..l... lOOP Hall lot T'.,. J ..... Slparl Blaimtaarl trn*' or.fc-r read"ReMtteni the median strip and striking the ] ncane" nf the early I TOO*, but .... db ._... -0 "'to", rn......... 41& -
tl..lW DaaiaklaKI al ,.. :.........f "- Stam* I'.bsopPpookIustflimos semis will sooie U. S. goU from a Confedvr ,,_tMt 5. .two 5lmt..l ......... toM. 0.WIt".' P ..,..'...... P.'I 2.4"
Pa aM.-vMra. M. i. Craanaiod destroy pots.Domag. -'n, $011 BBilary sold osorrnlIws ..< -rurnw,1Jo RLWFS A tISD
i rT manway all accumulated admlnKtratlvt to the pole in the are vessel ha* alw been all ta t i Monday I* Hontaa "4 Man. I ps' P.kHa Llkrnr.TawM matrria salvagrut "';... ;..- ,.... .......... .... .4.. 00.,..: "hO 1...,,;,
VaMpCkaptor. Dolor .i faatara (tara CublM4r4 !' by ''nmineim a wedi! stretch of "Great While" Way | I daws heard estimates that newty Ills, !005 ... cfrtT 0O.UO.. 51144 ,....\10........... "q1W
> atarraa-Mra. Jaaaph Koaarta Ir. STnt in' anendance U is de- which only went into operationtwp4ys'suqge4ai lfO ...-.1Ia jqq.t' ".... .. 1 '. MOB-. e I nv. TOll 0. rrTTTT. rr RrrA Olvtar* Mvocrin :=. .
find that restdcnt agents dettroy $500. 1a4 with doomed .*. Oct. s. V at. IX Irlt k. Oct. i, a. it. M. uses


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M- THE STUART (Fit.) NEW Thunday. Ocl,>J> r 22. 19C4

. "Organizations'" Directory ?' I Directory of' ChurdjgsI. .


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,lost MM. Earl J BJaoa ettMlsBt :.. ..;
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'ulisuu &Jrut wo. _'. ayb Trf.... Pill ..III-TCuortt.nuaanln r L ,. I !1 < IAMEMBLY -.-. ::::: -,'J.u ":.,,1

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II\II.ti" To.. riBWPMt Matt Baak 1Jt.....-.*.? .jboailM I. H DAtnli! PooouaOo..h. .

I Cu.siut. Parii.North K.nr Shora* Ihi 1'''.".", 7tH' .,'. Coortnoaa* \ $nduvJboboa. Uiltr 11..151 s.Clunk.. n..b. T04 S.. FIlth 5u5duI ,F.P5JW.

.'...'r 0- AaaockiUon MarUa County: M.__ ..c.......... : : .. IItill .... Momlne Worahlp. tal .... Spooto Wed
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MitIng: fnl .=::: M bOSU t'fat.-fr'p'; : ..lt h..... t2Ikl..uII 0 niW 4 5,00 pm.:, Sunday. Vwh Vtr:l.: I LUTHERAN CHURCH. OF IT ANDREW
I tao, p*. X..II.t\f fanrlo* IAuo.ol.. Lotkwou Ckiull I
Coral. Card... Clvl Aaaoctatlmir M. C. Plan.laf .... Zoaln CovraUtloaChairman .d451 ,oo* t.4 6* I' 1 ,, I!I w. mnia TBav* BIVW, root 0* JP T
,t,,,| Chitrlvii" A OaraMTooi -Joianh! QraanlMaIM FIRST BAPTIST-S09 S. Akra. ATOM* H. 0. SIFB. PASTOB 1 |
h.. H,,n.. S |>.m.. ('<. n ty Co,irthona* : RIV FVBRMT WAJIM1, r-Baww '.
p>qra 7 tl' n iJourll. :: till .. Bnaday Boaaol i
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rro.h.Ido'rvaldant. -Oolinat"'_.. Q tl.. .V.. Svttonc !Vhoof' .lord 'tL :: : 1:10: ..... W.lpIDP,,'..* Hill a.n Wanalp. Sortie* |,
laata aallfcardaa ( bultpuu-.tl.nP: O Ktnilr4 u'.t.t oI,4tjI A .41 *... Baad** Bekaalllrf : HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-ladlaalaw*
a Illtl Man.: lat cniM Oourwoo"* 0,1 1 ,s i4bb1 >. l.a. 11.0010' W.rklp'" IB. IAVU.B FCMKCH t tMaaa
Out *f Stuart $ % '- 10 tralalnir\ Union.: :
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"_ _Mm. John W. IOu.., *_*r Srwalla..' Paint fbiItGo&u silo ..- Founlol' WorshIp. -Suaday*. tt4l -J.:: :" Fl
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.14. ..... loll *.., Woman Club .ll' .l ?1i 0mH W_...., ar, L p m CMirauiuaa MM*>
too Wad. I pm. Tow PuB 1,0 .i $ oI T.I. ..". 1114-_* "n,*. Barrio ST. MARY EPISCOPAL I
HlBlMua Turk CKrni: Aaaoelatlanrmltmt - - .
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-Mai Mnaullo I ittf.1 PALM CITY BAPTWT.-etk. *t MuCqrPIANIST (I. 0... .0"' .. AtuartTjiS

Jut Mo;!.. 710pm Flrtt Nutoflulunb( POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS I iiu, o 0 I 4 i ./f., : t t..:'") / ': 'I I Il ,"'::,,'IJ..1 'J't' ; TATUK 'paatoy; T Hy 7 tit r mutt am, Ruby A. fcatlTH fcucaariattodi RaelptBunilaj ;

ln....*'... 0.... r aldanitndy Bpt!thltk P0.tdoit-.m.' B. WajtonRapukllaaa I'r 1 ': ,Ci ; '.;;, l> i.'. *.m. Mamlnf Wcrahlp lily ':, .1.i.f.. 4th *fd

) Mo. 4 on. Wwaaa:. Club .4 Martla Ca\ I ,) I'_ tl'' ..... Kwnlnt WonhrpFIRST ,li EurharTat .
t.t: >.b Mr*. 7f"I1'- 4tk P0u.Id.ut-.W.fUMh:: S. f.Arnnld*>., br.t Unnrr Vatlpnnl, B.nk I I' 0 u.4.I .. uI .... .. ." ,tih .'I; L. .: falgoo, +V.iao4: .llalll-.ll Poo;, 4th II I .I.tilt am.. ..Holy....... Prayaf dad I Hal M MilIrd ,*

J rd W.i.. I ',Bi.. J. II Woman Club M.C. Damoaratl E._.tin CanmlllM, 1t' ; of /Y: b ., < .I'ItR'-.e ..... Thurada* and Holy Darn 7 t* (.*>.

lanaan |**nh Woman AaaMlntfcMraaldni Chairman-K.lw.rd. T. .M...-..., 117.">*I 1.11,0 ... .. . a v TAVLUM J>**IMMl and 1*,Aft a m,. rlnlr Kuckariat; ;.
-Mr.. JI.rI. "lll.r "t, p""" I .. .. o ,. I' .. .- # tsl .; Summ.r fkadul, I:0 I m. and 10:0':
.'-.... Moil. BR 107 Clubboiia ;1 1'W'RElIGiOUs: I 4 4.4. I- .. I *.. Jtiiulay S>h<>ol .... .uo.dopu.EPISCOPAL .
ltd *.m Mxrnlnc WorahlpI
luul.v. Woman' Club. - - - .N.u' .1 i I ch'i ,'.:! .., ...... DTC CHURCH OF THE BLESSBDAC
?ldanav-Mm! Oay CromwellMo 0aANIZATIONSGIH I til* ""'>. Kvanln* Warahlpla AM NT- LImb St, lndlaa.. 7*
.u4 *. I P.mH Woman.. Vlubl.r.uis PHandly PoInt" ,, t "\ ... Wadiwadar f Pray** BMU REV pY. THOatAB LOUtltaIt ,
ew. AWAsbUI. Soelotr, Uadan-vMr* Jwk Whttlaar I I."H.. giu>lr Braetlap. fOllOwS It *,.. Chunk .......
r Frl:: it I t il* ... HoiEiukuilt
...r.. Wllur. T Formal Bat. Marja CkurkSI RIO BAPTIST I 1 ,
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Ir110004.' 12 00 noon .' Jaa.k CvllePmldw RJCV._ JACK fERNANDEZ: CHRIST MEMORIAL Japlrar I.....
M C. AaaoolaMim :or ".nl.1 HoaUk'roaldmt *. M... lwar4: KI..II.I *|4. .... Sunday *ko.l 'W..... ****** *.... !Kav t* Aprati
R**. Donald ..h....... I I lat MOB.. a B a. ...hoolf |51100 t* Mamina; Wrakl.. CMIIRCM OP COD Indvutawa -

nd Thnra. MOD Tho, |taf. 'I f Si. Japk Holy Ma 5.uI.ty 5110 *: : Trainlnp I ; t'nton REV; VEKBTT: ? MOlts-
M. C. Caaptor Amarlaa' Cinior ...... Pro.u1.pt-t, Rminarli SOlO ffi K>vln> Worhrp ..
Tilt: : .. Frayr I- ... Bimday BchMf11ad
WIdu. Martina
Tbura. Ufsr, Ind; 0ua, I 54.1. PBI. ;
:! ._Mai lory "ohfaonlartln .. 110. ; ...... Numbs Woranlp
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Manorial Haapltal AunlllaiyroaldrnV TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-M. >.TI p.m. Warakn
-Mra. Curt Otto BOYS SCOUTS OF ,AMERICA LBWIH BTANLII; PaatorPi4 nose p... Wd T.u, rop.Io"&u
.it Moa* Ural. National. Bank STVAMTTraa a... Sunday Srhallit _.
40O-Amratmaator. loh.rt 1'.., ** a.at. Mornln*. Wjiaakly
Man OardM Club Wad. 110pm.. Amrrlnaa Lairlon Mall I.4i ..... Training tnlon CHURCH Of THE HOOP 'HEpHUD-
) ..-lUy JJ. Frirflat Bnl.* 40_Advlanr. K.rl: tiflj iAn pi*. Kvanlnc Worship Jnpllvr
Tuoa. 7,10 ..m.. M. C A.r. BM.. Than. t P.m.. Matk <;Lauren AI"., St. I,o. p... WIt If idw"k p77, HEV.took ELMER HoCommonlo) L. ALLKN .

Il.rtl. County .01.11u04ftThurL. .... CkUdroa. AMPrMldanlrlni *-", Iniri Sqiadron:: 1 :nVliat::lvl*'..or Ckurok. ft. jlfUh All.::1.. UNIU.m> HtML Bfll$1-ludl'.tu.o IliOlkm, am.. .. ... luchvlat.. Utmtand ..-

: : : Cull Pack 4uo-.Gubma.t.r. P. 0. ttitv TKO LOTTIt Sunday School
loll P.iu Com.Rm.. lat Nat. Htamal .
01 Sunday S haalIt
Hh Mon.. 7.00" p.m.. C..hall. ..hool JENSEN BEACH
national SocralarUa AaaMlatloB Cub:: Flub 430-Cubt..tor. r. Ropupu .01 *... Mornlnf Wor..... Skylit' .COMMUNITY..
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Puuld.ut.-Muo.l Barbara Ann .."' ...., Lust Man. t ID P.... YoUth' Cotton a,11 ..m. TnlnhiB. Unto.. RfcV VKWTON: II. *'TWEkll*
$llh Mun. Comm of luo offlr a. .... Woreb" 1Ie.I_ ill .... -- -
,..l. Lak Park Clvl: .. AaaoolotloB' T...* 401 JENSEN Jtcoutmaiur" BEACH. 01. D IxKVad NORTHERN tlGlfrS Employes of Florida Power and Light thing connected so that the Way ext /lded/ (In one blaze pf glory I.At p... w" .ld1I ........ I:8ft ..... puxUy Morning. Bohnol.W or.hip

_Id.n.- -Cecil Motion Wad. T.10 "''''.. CommunIty Hall Co are shown Installing one of the last light standards to go in from A-i-A Cut-oft to north of State Road 707 intersection by Sr. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eart tool. Si Iota llDO p... W.._ .,. 8nlor. Oiolf
p.d Monday. Flrat Nntlonal Bank Cob Park OOI-Ctibmu.t.r H Qnlna.4tk HEY. JAN JANIWtWSK.1 Ada.Wok pa. Thuraoaiy MUw*>k _..>l
: W.J l.1 f p.o.. C optimum It,' Hall on The Great While Way. near the northern limit of Stuart Monday night.Chicaao day at M.n thru Frl. lOll JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Sritt RM<

pull.. City a....... ClukPronldant Cl,b Pal 401-Cukmaatar: O dhlpaa, r. on Friday By working, throughout the week end they had Haturriay T,I*. apto.-q .,.. Wotnht.eu. aidi ,
--.Mlia Mubol" rio.., lib Wad. till proSERVICE.. I..., HobO every Cnf... ..., Ba' .rd.ya and. Itimday OAuoduy.-0f,00 p."..' BAIt Itud, ,
pod. Ihura, I.I* *.m.. Clvl" CanUr' - .... - ,. kfor. fIrst Krl' ., of month. 4,II t. .....--? it, I.,.
,.aim. City ,Clvta. Orianlaathm CLVSW '.91Dn4 7.|' "M .111* BST. ... 10ro10 =..80h..1

f.r\-tir.: \;::: : Couurf flllnlakl Clrlt Pr...ilJ*..nt Club-Aaroa.1 .Hullol lur-.. Hub.. CHRISTOPHERS.*. CATHOLIC-. Hiiy REDEEMER.'iHJUiLD LUTHEII"N-K.K. aiwBotiiut O u Ski.4

Wad. II noon, Tawnhoua. Raitaar.nl Security Risks Data Being .. ... pta Biindiy .
ahwIaM CarcVaa Cll l* A_...... Destroyed } at II I* Sunday II ill *am....W.... ..Bahool......<*Blbl StaaV
Pmldant K... J W. MaraoB Indian. !.** Klwanla Club FIHr CHURCH/ OF tHRIFt ICIE"".. .
lot Moow a-.*.. boll .....14....-.Jama* Rlna riST-T24 Eaat ..... b.u10od. : elisionTHE ,aUNQ tUTHERAH

rrt Salatna. -.WaJtar Clula Banaoa AawaMlaafroaldcnt Wad., 11 ,ill p..., aamlnol.* |ppJo. Editor's note: Thi rucl. was Index cards by burning with a special 'the headquarters accumulated filing cases full of I 11 ltd I too* .a..*.b. Sunday Moraine bId Wvrtklp 'I hph.r'('E.1J! ( .PJOVN8ON ......

(., Thnra, I P..., Cl.la tattoo ... Path. La... Cloak written by tho Chicago Tribune : agent jn attendance These agent especially veteran I.., data whiCjIi they must now ,burn '.rC. ....,. Wad. Taathnonla) Maatrai I l.01 (a-m..01.: Ckunh Pulor'a Behool Cla<

Sod: Tkura. I o.BI. Supper ($. .I.. C.0. rtuId.It-d- rd Wad., Bohmlltiat lilt pat, ........*. Washington repre eniutive: Field personnel files should be of many years' ICI'vice. have with a witness looking on kradln Around* Room; til Klattor,.. thru. A.81... Au.Hntrp.Mo Itunu I lllG ...... llarnln* Wonhky

Port ........ Chrl DafanaaFlrahoua "01. p.m. FIRST METHODIST-IBM f--n
..... forwarded security
"upllo Bannd Khrtnl Club eyes only' (a top i AW
Rio Clvl. Clubl.onldnO.Jatk rnaatdanl: hj'plt:1.n.' ) classification) to the special tHURCH 0' CHa..T-411 .... BOb,Rd4Ilitt.A ,4lpn, Mortitni Wmkh) .
...,.. : Mon, T p."H Mkrla* State Depart. agent in charge via first class registered !: GOIIPtI.U<: ......... I.t ill *: Chunk B.k*l
.M T..... Clnkhi. .iw* l1ar'* Club al' StuartPililant Governor Talks am..HeroIn Wonhk>
Itnart W_,,'. Club ,: -Or, Kan.M It Alllaai menu' security office ha directed mail'Intelligence on It... ..... Btbl Slodrrakl .01 5,... Youth F..k..ihTp*
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Pu.-Mr.. CornoJlu' II. "*" its agents in twenty major Cities I experts could offer lOB .. .- TRINITY METHOOIBrJ I .u
"ard Wad. I ,ill ot.. Club ..11"1.. Klwanla Club of the United Stales section of I p. :=: ::... KlV NEIL .UMBALUS J
to destroy the for
,.........* Go...... a,..* Praaldant-1)r. H. tfadal, HlmOBra i no explanation one .... tHiwttk BIMf. 't.", lola ...... I...., .lleka.1! *>
"' .__Mr*. Bibart t. EtyM IIUI .... .XUWB Huua bulk of !their field! office! records. I the order which directed field offices I The Treasure FindsBy It tOO *... Wonllp" g.r.lef .

| W.... .... ..... II...* I...... HI.'"- Sonara Daata Oak. containing data on government 04curity to withdraw their listing from I THE. CHURCH B1LLIB. VwU-PIN OP OOD-...... M4lV .** ;.11I. ;:::2.... !"o,1It1tt. l.. ...

10uCHAMICOD - Prnldant- 1.ekl\Pl. risks. local telephone directories. It was liCe .M, Sopd.r ch.ol 1'4 i
OF COMMERCEProaldeat Tkur*. I PJ*- .... {1 10 :m. Morning Wunkb I OSCEOLA STREET METHODBJT. IJt,
... to reflect the hu'lh.hu-m
By Oct. I J. according to a directive presumed Vial 11EV. D H
...... Pound FARRIS B m K'wlM Wonklp. KNWHT JR.
tluart U..4 ClubPPuUIbplttu.tb.ulOb BRYANT ships from the
_Cy. William MrrM > SahnurkuaakInd dated Aug 28, resident agent background of Gentle, who came en route New I 1 II p...: TIM.. Pnr*> Mwtlni. ltll *.". 8iiDd y "kol "A

yuM. a. ;.m..' pomBiunlty Oaathinaia .. .4ik l Wad, I p.".. ,Ian JUwa "will destroy all completed morn to the Office of Security from Governor of Florida I WprlJ to Spain. We ire almost I II Till; .-... 7Jiunv Y.P.&. .w.lo. l'W..n'.al ......Mur.l.p..01..." Wurohup'..Iot, 11pm.

.. BMk Aiwa Stool Srwtlmlal ClubPrsol.i.otLoui. the Central Intelligence/ Agency: In certain to see an Increase in treasure THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST I wit of ott spoil ., ....
"jlgutive by burning July 1715 eleven
repprl! procew Spanish .l P.
fi.ulatt.p-k.b Foraborf :.. Mlll.r hunting/ Iberf will be adventure |CMira tl n P o1 lm City>)> tbor.J.p. -
lad htu.:: IOuuiOOI, with special! in attendance" He succeeded John F. Reilly laden with JthV. WIJ.HAM K. ll.*>>l. Futor ydi .
U lat,Tkura. aon Flnmlni Hutal a ; agent galleons, richly; gold, !| ... 1'01\ .......
I...rl RobsPpald.totE.. IrJ ISur.: noon: Ainhotaga: :: Vaeht Club as witne vo, by jiow the.burn? who was forced t to resign afler the silver and othij precious articles and perhaps profit for some lIt: ...m. Thurrh Behoof t.10 p rn. JI.... 01 tll...... laoS
0 Bl.f"fna* Internal 'secuVilf"KubcomlffTltie 'lie-' but to Honda t this search will i 11:It ..m. Th. 8..r.lc. 1-ouorP )pu.vbdpdb than; ..."1
!ing 'has taken placet : were caught In the of .
fRd! CIr*. I ,.... Flrohoua* t I rrMfXfZ3::. Iti ( Nl_ up fury a I"rn11' lost In early SOUTHERN .
i : Rnnny) oB I culled him of falsifying testimony hurricane/ hi the Atlantic1 of pages pur total' ...... to Ion p.... W..nood. WO_ METHODIST tl'l i
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T...... fiM p.m, fink P.., The department security agents/ history, and] provide a wealth ot '. .SMbluoottipCOMMtJNITY'Ju.rsu. R/V CHAHLtM O bENNETT TI
FrMldB -II. B. Bonny) NalaoaInd - ..6.-ato. Investigate State Department em The Office of Security maintains what is now Fort Pierce. Ten of artifacts :II a.n,. .W_...> fcWrfa
... to supply our state museum B...k. 10,41 a.m. Sunday Bokool
Ihura. I VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS ploy and applicants for employ field' offices in Boston New I the ships were destroyed and took j for all to and] ,, gay; NEWTON: M.. TWUCUT; ; 11 ..-, Epwortk Lwn.
Retail Mennenta DMalaw. Aaiartaaa L**!**), Jiaaia loukCumm.ub.rlu.tpuno ment to ascertain if they are loyalto York, WaHhington! Miami, Chicago their treasure to the ocean floor see enjoy. I lilt ..... Bund.r School' andkip WOII '..l p.m. ....nh t Bwla
thalrmanPhUlai, Samook4th l 0- T ill ..... T. '
I rlmraInd I Mrvlc ixdny M.fi M.. Mn.
Tkura. ntaart Chamoar Bulldlaf I' .4lk. Mo., I p ... .......i BIO their country. have Communistic San Francisco and Los Angeles Much of that treasure and that ..f:'! 'L AavpitT1r..ss'r5n1'ltH <: I,M p.... Wodimday Praw *Holing*

:. Alii...... Laflaa Stuart connections or have difficulties Resident agents operate in from many other vessels! still rests .. fckV.PonPLFSCONGFGA11QNAL..hPtI.M.YNUID A. JoIILLa FIRST. MfTHOomi.4...*, .

CONSERVATIONSaelaty Comraandarbarlaa. Hit: ". in character such as drunkenness many cities under supervision of on the ocean bottom today but a ; ) 9p'Iv'rPVtl'HlnItp..aoToI4 I"IC1'ITIOl'" : I != l.m. Carlr Wonkl* ItJoV.; 010011011; : .. lIIeCo..UCIlIt ,
...... I Ind and Ball field offices. the i 116P l 0 .m. Ck r.k Bohoolirt == 01 PUOdoy Sold
the In Motion
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Pmldontr ,Mrs. Vlralnla R Forraat or homosexuality, w h I cJS private concern working under a : tifx-hr, N1 lrrn that th* : ( ..... MoralM .......... Hu.Mfurlni is M'u.log WuplIs
_..... Un lu.... li Ha.. ..I.. at Library A Laflaa, ldIu.t.w.Cnou.dup.Ji would make them (her*) are agents in St Paul De- lease front the State Florida is I pr I kotk Hnln' lOll Pa. MAP
ft p.m: ; ... $.Mbl. potential icctirIjy : : of or t "hauler Sl> 03 i.o.u u .i ",*, ,... lit. : : Er.ui.g 'ft
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Welt. Iron Cleveland Cincinnati I St Acta of 1941 Kill : Yo.q Pool. :
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)> !int-S.HriM KlnonHllat Ink SM.. I p... risks. They also investigate systematically carrying on salvage thCl : T I.l 55. l'tt'ir.104. Ckab

Ma fri< I ..11I.. Ui Mall.. BankllMlw A 1.00. $.opt.. ", ..In..". ...._ bib passport" frauds. Louis, and Omaha operating under operations on thii fleet One-fourth for.rk\lHrtln of :th*Oiuntv.in-iiit:;; ilmtrta tiotirt ,In ton and I "YoU U. tOt YoftTIUJlfItIT: 1i4l p.... Thuraday. Bmlor Choir"
enarMllB Club. "...Id.n/l".. "m... loydopoad.1ik of their find to the state.This !! '.lp, .!"r p.r."nt."r.JI>IIt"ft.lnn .olOltAPli FIRST PREMYTERiAN! Ml*.
The data to be destroyed will goes BEV: .
t 1U*. f PM.Amarlua rnm noT,",. th. n..mo... 118m... lito MALCOLM A. HARRIS PaatoTfowl
TIM*, f II pa Htuart Tauta CaaUrSallllah is '\11'1'.1 OfNolle IMIEST14SS Tit kEV. A. avDNlT;
inchide. pot only copies of reports how Florida manages LOWRI&i Asluloat.

It..si Chubpvatl.ot.w. .... -Lala Mra.. .Tkarraa Auniarr.Uratmla' ; StuartPrallait forwarded l\vashington/ but what Night ClosingOf treasure hunting off her shores 11111.\.. .AnTIRNT R..UnttI, : f'ttnnma... ) alvin It:: u.us.:.: lu.d..' 5.-hod
B. II'. ., I tin.) r whleb us wIll n Hum. In I I. lliT '!iv. thai Iho Worship Spool..
tub ''W..od., I ..., tanaral ...001'" ". Moa. p.at.. UIHHJ. lull Intilllgtnce agents cull "raw Me*." Salvage leases are granted by the biilnaa. lavlnar our rtncl.al'| plop nd"I.,1 l under ih. nroililoni' C 10. .... Ytutu .... hno..hlt

Ord! ., !' -.!I lrw><,r* lat Nail Pb.rarMtNP Mania Coup ........ W.WJ Vataraaalommanitor Theie Include data uvful In subsequent allots cabinet of btinlnrna ill Ion rUlerno, M,r>lnroiinlr. of lhitr' >r J'HH I. wt of l'luridm: .IS'YTUIAN t _
: sirymg Trusts"
: : will I
-f h,Up A. Kir** Game AreaIs Ha': that' INn BartlM InIrroatrd Art 1II4I. rtiot.r t l with th* Hobo 5o.d
OaOANI1U"' I at-lrd Fit, t. B. Community CaataaMarlla Investigations such ki of the Internal Improvement Fund : In aalil itoI,.uulr. Arth <'iMk of .liP Circuit Court In .n4 DICEBON. Paatot

laaaan Bah Fhwaaa' Aunlllai C....., ._.. AnnUlarfrraililant names of prospective witnesses; and to single individuals, firms or .ir.|,pllna-rf L. Karppllnirnr of ,-..rt Bnlorno and Anna,, Florida B.Ko .. for tlnrtln.t oC proof CountFlorid' "f puhllimllnn:: : *, uponrtvdi at II SM..01 *-:. Buiday boo.ol!

i>ralilnl>-Mr.. Marl Profttt -. -Mr*. Hulk N. Null leads to subversive activities corporations. They first take out and hut thi-r ore n.i n.."., Ill. notlv. .the
Sod Monday S *... lat.Ird. *..,1.. | ..._ ((4, ** Cora CkuMkVatar A (ie1J'.aent ha* complained ProposedA I nn exploratory! lease to search for pe.. lot' ,..t.4 I u h In t in aalil.iiivmnASNV hiialncaaAiiTni'n : ..:.'; ftOOfINO Aoutdo rAIMTIVO fill :.*>. youth F.d.a F Adult..Unkl. YraM* Cnotft

|__ Baark ValmMr Fir. D..ttPtattd.utJllk ** Cauaell .. Marti Caualf:
Ch"lrmon-.l. iallar to his senator Ihpt the destruction off-shore wreck When a ureckis B Knriii.tvnfc.itl : which I sIlO oup. In biialrw IMP PiiT. 'ITAIIIAII"' FELLOWSHIF

*, I paw "Add...0.IrTaa ... Ird Mun. 5 |.ak,W.*tu.r, tA.iMln>aa. ..havingmy*a in Jvnaun principal Uriah; ..'Martin-. nf *0"141 ...*..,11oo Un.<-'....Community..'" p- Cow,"."..

ftrt .....* Faraaiaa'. A..I....., V..W( .tuatCmouodntobouu1d. his usefulness in the future close!! Water Conservation! Area 2 granted giving the holder the |SJ TUH ('0' SITr "null' ('III BTop (u.u'II)' ria' that th. "fort Inlnr- PolluouhIp.. .. .. ,01l ,... ..I1.uub...
<; the solo MMTIV "O I >T). yrAric .....4 iti **iri;j hu ln..., la hvr.lt 110'd. .. i... .
has .I..olp
to at been right to the
frt'lhu n J'SuTVlr Aotlo and his into the public night salvage at particular .... .0
..... ...i**** ... hamper Inquiries or r I.OH lilt ot Jorrn Moath. 'I'.rld.' ...1
IoO.lt* Vbo, Ovid.. ;Mt I'I. voiced/ by the Palm Beach.Broward site designated 1'1 HfflAK) that tk.ra nr* no oth.r PllL&-lodhot...
....... Valuataar Fin D. arla al background, ( of State Department proti CURTIS akI.5NEi. .
Part Ifr.w. kdlaalawaCnmniaadap. Counties Recreational Development TROt I(6TSrPI' or I lalraiit' I Is auld h,win***. 0.t
FloridA share of u.s. ii.d
the fabulous Soh..l
Johnacn ;
Pr.Id.nu-Ob.u employes
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iat-. .lrd' V.01.. Flrakaua. lat.Ird Bat.,' 0.!. .... .... Moo Henceforth.. under the order Committee treavur recovered off of Fort !ftOTICR TO'fWUMTORIIAll "" """" Hlrkory. 111404, Rd. I Iii* .... Erantallctl B..kl.. .

:: FKATCRNAL OWUNUATIONSal VFW AuilUary lluarl the agents will receive only that Bob Kleiner of West Palm Pierce to date was recently displayed I th. <.to4ll.rl! of II 10. klal. of Nib11r. ? .t; r Ifc'jS':: l UU.Il Wa."' CHURCH OP 1.

Ckwbm. OraW .{ Daktotajr. Cumotaod.r-uMrs.. Jannl Smith Information which the Office of Beach committee chairman. explained in Tallahassee Rjlvla: torfy. ";.' .. ar* hrhnotiriml Oil CHRISTIAN CH.I1

II044,11 JI.<<'0..11.--.1.*.. OH* ..*...I ataaMl..*a ?..... I."-..* W..... Oolda* Cub* 1011400 Security In Washington sends them that night.time use, of the It included ornate gold necklaces nr r>4 di>a 00111001..nd* which IB ..fll*lh anrrlalnia r .lv THB AM rni'\TV,, MIlITIa n nnwn rot Ht '- <'."" Jaaaaa JR. lob

- - - and forbidden big Everglades bus mav hava niralnat .late .In Iliaorrir OI4 fOlMtV, lyle .. ;rt Mlnlaur
area hi. .
Aoaoto M1e ...... they are to accumulate aggravat of intricately woven design n.J.: r Hue' p.ootls. I'V Salt : >k
W..blp'.1. Ms.t.rr.Cbrhtl.0 sr.'" MISCELLANEOUS data for future use All security ed problems, of poaching alligators Much of the treasure trove h in *'manly nI to.*rlort.Is.( I. 11.0* 000,0. IsEPI0hTS.. .... I tall : ... Worship $ *.
Blata ,.
.. .. .. Clell Ah' : a .
P.0.1Caiim.nd.1J.jI.osot h'oV
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a.. Tkara. :
I'l'trld.. wIthIn 010
record will and well thievery of coin I Iltoalt.
be based in the game, a* s* gold called escudos.! Eight 1wIitTtI iCY _
Aaaa Millar. c:...... KIW' J. F Strait (Its 1 c"l.nd... p''I' Iom Ih. dullitt '' .1
|>_ .....-.Mra. P.rothf Hr*. klaat ruaadayt 140: P.nCaauBJttM Washington headquarters boats, and motors and vandalism escudo- pieces worth about sixteen lit 01 tIole s... blAT fo. ITHAMt rrrrrAII The population' of the U 1 In.

... Tkart. I r**, HU. !..*" .t let The order to destroy record of equipment dollar Bt the time they were lost II.,. Idil'h'riaVrn'or'1','manii'"m"iMb '. creased six times between U50
In wrltlntr. and mutt alato th* : "r t; 't:
.. Phi Sarrlty C'bol- Cowna hat come to the attention of the Horner of Palm Beach :25(> much valuable -I AII I d. ., and
_. .ta .aw lack yean ago are \more pinnf re ldiMH> and IVMt orrir* VAl' A. WITltul. d............ .,.. J9sr 2.0.0 to
Eitaoiitlv* Dlr*"tnr--Bna* Phllnrlat .
1..0IotD Chnptoopr..ldoo.M. 111 W Oeaa* BI.4. AT T-4II1 Senate internal security subcommittee vice chairman of the Central and on today's rare coin market. I ddraa or lh lalmant.' platmunt.and! mnnih Ito h.r.bv atflod$ sod ,, u mow I '
... II. ". Abbott.. which has been inveitiimtInj Southern Florida Flood Control It h feared by some that the large aworn kttnrnvr I* kv .Ih or II will hacntn any 'b.im. pr tt.ou4. t.OI': ; .0.0.
Calfar ant ar ho I
Lady AaaaalatlaaPraaldant 50
boats .0101
... ." Tkon. I p. olallot lb.
-Mr* Bill MartMll charges of lax security in the District, organised the two-coun find of old! pieces might depress! .old lJy'thlaIIP' 5'2rof, 0.pt.mb.e r.. to; lb. :P.tly Judy.Irl\a "IaL ADIEPTINROIK515011CR
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XI?_ ..,-_Mr*. dos rbll.y T.aa, OilS B.BV, ... 0.Gall tCUT<< .till I State Deportment for two years ty Recreation Committee In January the market value of these coins, A.c. IH4llosur, houm* County Muart.runda.FlorIda In Oh i.nurt. "P

It-lr4. Thur.., I P.au, busts Uwalp Aria CttihPriaUaal Copious evidence has been: assembled 1962. to advise. the FCD on but Florida Is going to do its partto : rnoKB t.AXfABTBRIKO .4. retnedny at. _.... I.m ,Ih.wlihi 41p"* ... .|.T.:. "'I'Tt'Tto, Tn

DeM..... ., t>. ..-...... .soiuthP.oauttNrI. Mr*. ... Aakk Ark*m* in executive hearing but the public recreation prevent that bv preserving its .\* <*'o-r/ ..<-.it..ra or th. f..tho rir*| pu4tlcattit.' _1 III.' ho.ii Nolle I. horvby gtrrn. thJt'ik
Marforl H1" In Fit IPSO *.., h_** subcommittee I I. reported under share as historical artifacts and Fatt .I B>tvla TodyTlr ... Kaoh rlalra. or 4-saud moot .ftd..11 lindrO th. |.rw| | SArt."ll.Y'r.rMMA
Ord. Tb.n.. .ho... \ Meeting at Port L&uderdal.Wednesday ... In wrltlnaand Punt a tat. ItO I"" o' rt42Otarfc
Mania Cant Fair Aaaa....... While, HcHi.se pressure to suppress committee voted not selling them OLI7tTrRI4IN a ot'cnTEnllOf: plaf. or roMaiM. *nif poal.attlrf. ".' '.' "l"l IhS
Clukrnalilant the nf
MutboIc' D.Malar ddro hif Ih. the
-Mra. Jack.cm WrltMtk lat PraldaJ...., till. W.p.B II.>,.Acriaaltard..' Bid. Its finding until after the Nov. 3 to submit its recommendation to Some of the treasure' I like I I By T.T. (hnhtnrnooAIlorl0Va rat ('o-Fuattitoru ..* awrn U o..ri"h"a. for Martin Circuit Florida.rouj, IB opt

.*... 1"oIl +.., Maaont T..,.U electionIn nine-pound disc of silver that was II aa-ont. e* kl. *tt'i.'. or It will irlnt of .rnl, P0bllalln| upon
the FCD and thence, if the district P. n. Vruwn' : 04
.......' U4laa. PinuP Martin Coop Wf Canatrp dab ..,. .P'loridurub. rramf mla aK-ordlna- law !U. "| ... Sam.,
.. 'Aaafllaty t issuing the order, the Office recovered, Ia not minted. but most "' Datnt t.
thl tith
a. ,_Idenlo-Itd Bujha. approve, to the Game and Ur" S. U. n. t*. mioririo daof Bopi*** :1:
tUviarak Oa! ,. I... two Ttta, Id ..... Clukkaaa. of Security asserted It was design- Fresh Water Fish CnmmisswB bait been formed into corns.. "Tf .'which dl 1101'IR Rorzs
Via TH-,. a .. *. WF HallI.L.iaa.at all' effect and Artifacts the 4; MB-Bip-p Btipt isiTHK OKOXWrU. REM8RV AP.O. ..,,. will .n.... in
MarM Coup Fan* B na* to efficiency econ which leisee the 210 square. mile : brought up from ; :. IKT. sttMrftiC JOHNSON. ....ln" .nr pHn.HM I BUM,
Ordar al Odd ...... ..r.M..n'-AIWr. Eraara* omy. of the Conservation Area from the underwater site include many ob ,.l ITt"llTtTH .K FU.RIDtltoW ,. '9'. 1. rrfi>nk .**.. 11.10.. .I. Stuart. Martin ...
>Tdbia" ramaV-Lwki CkaaaaC 14 Tkan. Baailaal. In. Although it reduced the number I eel a of archaeological! value RI> W. f rt"IT A P JOsI..llullf.n &EMOKN AAll0'1,000 I.t ;loom.that .hi, psoti,. I.,.. ..
atatlrp-J0k Orar FCD for of wildlife! man :'I or. 4. j
purpose BLANCH) ROHT
boo-lid T***. I .D BH lOOF Bd Martta Caaalp AaMtaa .... CMPmMant of domestic c field! offices, no agement. Many metal objects ere thickly A. rialnlirf. t4pilwlotrft'. POoP... Aseiflary "ArUF1' .3., :A'K, .t 1'.t

B1laB3. PinuP Baiaaiamial Bt -Bill Brltta emrlove would.lose his Job. the encrusted with coral-like substance .... I n-Il W000 'Alit WIuSIWIIys .I.... .. .r e
Taurmanl Wllao Vklrd T..*.., | .... AT ,....l lttr.tsn wnnuFN: A ..... I" .n4 "..1.
Fatrlank. directive said However, resident The wooden Spanish vesselsear \ "-rh. P1seMoV'ppP
BalMtk. ..... I p... tOur H.l Mania Coop Hialirlaal pcl4TPraaldani Atoll ZORAOO11'II. I... .'.... ..,. (out. t. L U. ii 'HI A A. "
tents formerly equipped with tmootii ballast which .
Rob. Pow' Club sad AaatIIaIrr -.R.I... Mann \ stones rlrttt *, S'wrli'o. 'jl_tl,** PHtRIM f"VACK
1..a. PllkX ,
p.nuid..tt-41at00' futtkaTk I., 1. .. I>** P.B, Fwt N......) Bk clerical helper would be reduce) i Driyin? Charge frequently mart wreck sites hi IB mv .handa. |a.M:1. .uj ,/ t.>>. Clrralt .'I:1t$ r :5WU.E... IJ : Ojt I, 1 loTu. IMf
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( W.d..oMbPoalduntMol.' I MulHaVa LlMla Bant*. to ant desk one chair.. and one Florid coastal waters and could Court In a or 0"ar W ISIs (.W ':
.lI.**! Frakrftn POT anA Rlanrh A. K, hv acralnalMlrhaM FLoIiuil I.YW .
*.41k ,.... I p.... J. B. C... Ckwa* SMiMary-Cart H. Taraar dicUtinr machine I Must Be Faced -and sometimes do-Itd kn! Ba-rnr..fi aol Kl'.'. /*....> FSSUIS'PI. 11.. .
0.- II..,.. ,.11oot "d.4lh. T***.. pPsi. *.BV In. orilennt those resident acent$ t divers Id more sunken treasure nn ..nlT att.at.a1 ..n> Ap1i. JJJJJtioB liP5 Stutrt Rotary Cu
... 0. SUtarkaa* Clop Han _____... Oak tt>' b*rn Bit their 1I rfsr mventieativereports when they are discovered. lIt- 1..1__.., 05 whIrl. old r T.TFJ OFAH ,
m.* '**'*<1 h ln. intr*. f.oILIJ.UI. at. I[."".IION. ..0...
at Qoop- Pi al ._.......-..r*. ..0014 flraaa 11 Tuaa, SAP S..? C101.k CaM- ? lvl4 on all "' ..... .llt. ...* "'' I
)at-lr.. Mo*. ,.., *aMC Plaelna Kaaaal. Cl headed bv (I. Marvin Gentle said to> ay, art very co-operative 0ii ..( tap ...,. 'Itoburd _.._"JJand rrvdltor*'t;'c''r.r.:: *f ULUAH M-

that "current invcttinative all m- They are interested m the treav *71..l. lUrravar M and fop lhnllowtnar .. R AF'AEISSN. ..>...***4. *r* _
Ckaytar too Watt* B.a>. A Stuart motoriM. whose! car *>aerth. ... p.* rty lont- h..rk* notlfVd *m. rMtnlrml .
files tn ft)
pou.tdVl. Bold BnrVa, Call I Dent and comnlettd tlurint U\'f. which. k* of coune import *! .
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I 1144 far amttae pkM .. ,
.. PMorMa I wl rlnlpui
In Martin County | *nv or aVmanrt II' .
struck anti demolished concrete whIch
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*- fart ......* Maaw DuSOO CMPnal the erN between Nov A IV62\/ to them but also they are. interested -. halo aMrnat. <* I4 -... P. 4
Orlar af Malnka far CirtoWorlhr sad Jan '14* tKl be power row Iminediatery north ofRooovelt in Ix.1 t. Blob f>nrtoai t. Html .TtlTf. > ..r th* _*<1 ,Mvat .Cj
Adta.r-JudV t.Uaoa 'Mr*. SllUk "..11. wo exempt history Some have paw .04lnq P. ra ('_..,.. Vlu004o. "
Iat-nl Tool. 1 PS r a, Mwnala ?Taaivl. (lilt Tkur. til* pja.. Cl.k wlarRlptld ..1.. But this material was nor to Bridge about 943pm.Wednesday : eled to Spain. to check: historic record ::.n."ln; OIt.T.ui: poordod I. Itoo.... Bt ..,..... "' ..OW.aa>. ihf wltMn aea.at* 0-

Rnl FBB' Bak kk| PUrar* .1 M...... CuallOPVouId.pu..4ib1.In remain .lit. the atsrnts **"""I n. DeL 14. was charged 'for the rme of veoeh, Flat hw.. J ..*". *t. M.."* rtfn4ar month ?ruua th* 41* .1.|
K. kl* Or*** Mi*. tours F.B with carckna dnvipg Conntr Florida, pahlte. rvroro*. at,* Irn* a>Klilr1 *t- M. Sot. CITY
,.*-*... .... I ...a>. IOUJI HallBKaartJaaaaB > CI, ..... .1 la this cateturv the mveiiM. their cargo ami. the sue of their *arh fftaln .r 4.ttOO4 ntat h* IB ,
Elk. tX .lt Ir4 T"... 1 *... aatal. Poi live akmt with thE I James B ClHrk. 107 Weir Street ..tI... I* ,,_*.. Tl.ll that orSVdr trrltln1 aa4 .>. *w04 4ba r ia a l 1 Iat
SWnt'ahobo crew
( 1 Uat Tho.... ... report( I
BtnuMa MUt >wdr tk* fh .t.v of Vhr _- toO *..*t. rflMT > aoOoo- COMMISSIONSTUART
*E:>alwJ, M M.--.I.*..* C KawU *.. LoIn. ..... Vpakl Club ecurrly stapled, 1! art to .be'emoved tnkl Stuart police that the wind Searchers are exploring the IMt Wtw. ..i> 'H. tMHira of II na : |n 4ali *' mot MA ,woon
PS.Ruoae from the fin stortee eab- anal rain of Hurricane I Isbcll caused floor off the Gulf of Mexico a )( and *l P )I. at IIM A.M : IK* ,.. .. :.'t .hia .aavnt. > !
Club I as MI th. mkl daiw .1 th. tl0000 dnw Ki* ,t '.riv 04 It o ll| ...........
rrMtrimw-* AIM fa'Tkura. iTai.'TMkt ClafSluarl 'Irirt lad parknved' for first class hi* cw to skid AJkd turn completely well as In the Atlantic, Most of ., th* M.rt<.. ...,n..t.. t"aoo.t H....". >ntar no ... neld !I IM
Its Ttwa, t ...,. Manila TaM. ClUtft4 around in the southbound I .win. iou| all nw.. OHiO *"< !..0.. nw'hi.. 3fl.
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Sod .l .001'_ r..Mt tertd. niailin. to the con. the treasure baa corne from Spa-- Pupsaisbat. EGltAR:
Canaarail Trs.01.osRho' .at of th* oald" Mkphard) Ritteule I' '
1:__B.l HatraN ...l.l..l-R.._ Tllta .'....IIin.11'' atent in charge," i. "lane of U S. I befceemutunting fc.f\ shir*, believed victim .... 0.. ,*. '''' U"c-r: AP0 fG
Its Tk..... I ..*>* lOOf 1I..u tot Th..... I .... *t.*r. ._ l) rv oriler readfRcsfclent '' the II'Iedia"&tir and sinking the of the early I Trio's, hut .,. 40,11.4 a* M wtT. ..5 P\ar-'l : 1.P 'I o.
UHW !>. "*.* .f lb. C.ukdsO.p 'laarl Slaa B SnoW ." \wMlnn to P0.. II04atI .k.*..r louo.uh ""''n'f............... 28..
rt MM....Jfr*,. II. t. 0_... PotioulThom... blots will destroy! p'1o.DomalM sots U. $ gold from a Confederate M aarlnrF aaM *.-ttwai s5llh0to..iPt -- .... REXPIN AtMWW't'l 1'tD'sY

Sad Mondtf I It HoawaUHr ... "... ". ,... ,$...mat.u.. "oib0. $ all accumulated'' adminiMratlvi rna- 'I 10 the pole. In Ike vessel has also been ,satvated .I 4.tft... .md .ow' hubbaRd' Oust ...-11 *". Aa n ..trkry m ., ".. -. I ;

Cka -. OraW ., laatar Star T-- Club frill by'tturmne. With' a Wdal' stretch of Great While I Way" I kv* heard estimate tat Marry -Ma lath ...." <>f ...-..*>.>... l4 t4q4y4.tpeOnOq
Sjla 11I.11I. 4a pk Bnawta .r.laaf *>uWV. ,.uratr 114. Vr*> S04RWa4 .. . Ahrry
swill attendance it i is desired mhich only went into operationtwf J400.flOO.000 worth Caf gold 1nd ,
tk pvr.' aja, ,,hati4 ?a**l* UMr4 ._. ( pat Tath Caatat I "tiTltrl lt'Tt FI.6RW4 .._. _rto. P'toldsp.b:0.s.a.s.I&n.IH4 : t.
that resident agents destroy day eerkcr, wag *r4. ..*t .500 silver tan;" wuh. dooowd. $pap P......: IS. U. IhI : .

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a.c TIm STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, Oetobu 22, 1964
Taxes UNSOLVED PROBLEMOF II I&Y-two, who was In custody for
r Pay Man ReturnedTo
Early I OUR STUDENTS IN child molesting and introducing

Florida Results Be To Get DiscountThe TIlE What JUPITER to do' about SCHOOL eighty-eight: County from contraband Deputy Sheriff into the Tern oounty Wyatt JaiL flewto

to Reported Martin County students who are New York Wednesday and returned
enrolled in Jupiter School it a Carter to the county jail
usual discounts will be al /problem Mill unsolved by Martin Kingston N. Y. in Stuart the neat day
lowed for ,
early payment of City County Board of Public Inntruction Carter is to have told
To U.S. Soon Polls of 1965.Stuart taxis, due by March 31, Most of the students live on A charge of the Martin County Kingston police reported that he was hungry
After CloseFor Resolution No. 788 by the far side of the Loxahatchce Sheriffs Department who had couldn't find work, and that
.. the City GanmHwion Monday upstream, and bringing them to walked away from custody at the he knew that cold weather would
five tho following discount: 4 per Martin County schools by but entails Martin Memc-ial Hospital. wherehe moon set in up there. He has a
unreasonably' long roundtrip wife in. Stuart.
I'' For the first time in history, the of NES. fifty-one less populous counties, sent during! November; 3 per cent Tom Crook was a patient last May, turn- living
--- Florida vote returns will be reported The formation of NES came the vote totals will be gathered at during Deie tber. 2 per cent dur reported.Superintendent ed himself in to police at Kingston man-made
to the nation minutes after about at a result 0 f experience the county courthouse and calledin ing January, and I per cent during N. Y last Tuesday. The consumption of
Beauty the polls close on Tuesday! Nov. 3. gained in the Presidential primaries to the state collection center. February. Rom March 1 on there fibers by American textile
earlier this will be no discount. A power drill for surgeonsmakes The man it Robert F. Carter, last year equaled that of cotton.
This project it being sponsored year. It was teamed The
state collection center for I
Taxes not no sparks and is safe for
paid at City Hall or
Election Service during these primaries that the
the Network
by Florida will be located at the Convention
in the It
in the mail by March 31, use operating room. is
NES of the cost of reporting/ state votes carry
( )-a pool arrangement an
Hall Miami Beach.
individual network basis on a penalty of 3 per cent driven at 100,000 r.p.rn. by a tiny
three major broadcasting media was rap. On election night tome 300 per. turbine. HEARING AIDSACOUS'I'I
and the Associated Press and United idly becoming prohibitive. This sons including telephone clerks gas
Prest International. gave birth to the Network Election Florida to get an early indicationof '
r messengers operatorsand and ZENITH
computer the Now fa the time to condition
The other partner in the NES Service. supervisory personnel will col. possible winner.
are the American Broadcasting ABC News was assigned the lect, tabulate and report the Flor The Florida Jaycees have ap end train your Service on all makes of Instruments
state of Florida, and Alva Smith pointed an area coordinator in the
Columbia Broadcasting ida totals to NES headquarters in
e System and the National from the Lot Angeles, California New York City .where they will major cities and counties. For AARP-NRTA. special program by
Broadcasting Company. The partners Newt Bureau was appointed state be released nationally over the Stuart, the Jayceo coordinator ii AcouMicontree
in NES have divided up the manager with headquarters in Miami individual network and wire service Robbie Allison, state vice presi-
fifty Hates end the District of The Florida Jaycees, under *. dent, Vero Beach.A tree bearing aid test In home or office

Columbia and will report the total the leadership of Cody L. Bailey Florida 1 it considered a key state total of 1,493 Jaycee report DAY WEEK MONTH 4ad' h' Batteries, cords, mold
from Fort Pierce, will function en will be in with elec. Dialhutae
at reporting
vote from these states to the NES by NES, and the Presidential race GROOMINGMI.R.ELtINEKENNEL
New York election precinct and county courthousercporten lion results from all over the state
headquarters on it
expected to be close
a one in
for ABC News and on election night. The Florida Net- Aid Center
f night From New York, the this state. People in other parts Hearing
NES election night. Bailey work Election Service office i it
on Cody
vote returnt will be released to the JOHN R. MOSLBY. MMMM401 -
i nation by the individual members it the past state president of the of the country, particularly, will located in the Biscayne Terrace 9.Phora F.4 HwV._.3371 Fort Pisa 709 ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 461-3266
Florida Jaycees presentlyserves be watching the vote result from Hotel in Miami.
That Is You... at chairman r"dth board.
NES will concentrate its efforton .
the sixteen most populous counties -
W1 In Florida where 80 per cent R REG. ]s C r REG. 98 C'
PelicanBeauty I 1 10ettteA of the registered voters reside. In
these sixteen major counties, Jay. Broward

Salon I i precinct CREST PEP'T M

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Evening bf Appointment WE CRVE LUNCH Deeds BIM
Warranty 1 s
Myrtle Clark Claire ScnntM STUART DRUG CORP. .
215 OSCEOLA AT 7-3484, I" .....1. a Flail., DI.I AT '...121TH& Filed in Week .
RLXALI..roaRI 80Z. '
rraeeaae.ereleeUUlr..--.. -. "-' .ONLY.,...... 5 6 BOTTLE 7 1 T

_We Reserve_the Right_ to Limit_ Quantities
St. Lucia Limb, Inc to Robert s
SALE DAYS THRU SUNDAY/' Add F.d.ral tax whir app Ica L.
L Rose. Lot ill, Sea Gate Harbor .

FUNERAL: HOME I W. B. Tilton individually and

at trustee, to Fred U Rtynor. 1 IMHK' nuns C
Lots 6, 7 and 8, block 7, Rio St. THIS' WEEK'S JUMBO JACK coupONS '
Lucie Terrace Action No, 1.


Yvonne E. /Paker Lot 1., block I, WE ON c*D A Y* u l j ln:1464.ftRI1 1964. ,THROUGH NASAL SPRAY M
River point. $17,500.rDanie TUESDAY, OCT. 27,1
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ti Experienced personnel and O. Newman. Lot 13, Palmetto !PRIZe-......51988EcoNorR.re..omoo..T-150,000 tr1N, fwe Prin t.P.Inb 101..1.' City,si REG.125 P
Park subdivision. $1,000. wn I

facilities to accommodate J. Haygord Lewder to Jamct I.,rasa t. 101' Yak City,. i L
: R. South Vi of lot 100.000 1',1. .:,.,
33 and allot l 34, Yacht Cub .
families of all faiths Beach. $10,000.Lighthouaa ...... .Wlltlnh.ua.51.upll.n''. ph.n. E
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Point, Inc! to lames THIRD .,.,1.(,.?. 60.0001"10. ?.Inll. UPJOHN'SFIFTH

L Strait Lot 46, Lighthouse Point. R.dl.t .
... th.ft ArmPainii
0.785 -T
4400. FOURTH PRIZl. ''St' d. .. .0.000 "'
Bruce Q. Leighton to DonaldR. NICAPS ,
"..,."1., T.U liiM> Sap N '
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Anderson. Property in Palm .
!PRf2E 05855e"l: ,O'00 ,rise .Inll. E
City Farms wbdivision. $27,000. '\
Estate of Lillian H. Scull, deceased S-EIGHTH PRIZ2KwrMarl. | ,: '"
to Wayne W Scull. lot. IOStXTH PIIIZES. .. 25. fn. 'I T 'PlIlZrs w...... |W.o.iH.lfl>'V. '., '.!0!"
c. .. P'l its '"
$ REG.
136 and 117, Betsey Second Addition "."" to,000r li. p.lnll. v .000 I
to &the Town of Stuart. $8,- *+ 151,507rna 07290 24I2D4 3.11
58057370J240 710953 182170 141710 005056 0
500. 721781
R. C. Johns & Ronald H, Johns North River Shorn to Jesse F. 070851 034099 003072 06697 380213 256923 f19763 062041 501213 ,
Haas. Lot 4, (block 11, section 4, 073246 059680 479793 141220 111279 881933 518883 I I ysm'z. COME IN TOBROWARD i D
LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS North River Shores 6300. 112670 018658 180020 943663 032250 082970 949250 DRUG
Roderick L Hill to Richard B. 364240 079616 58093JOl 8797 016156 \ 198580 060448 STORE FOR DETAILS R
460933 S17250UI1267 BOTTLE OF 100
1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD Hampton North 50 feet of lot 7, 086773 0 7i73 049823 106230 103208 312616 781113 1 _.;it ON HOW TO WIN WITH
block 19! Frazier Addition.$ ,. 394871 421293 271141 80207 131291 096556 871204 y8 'JUMBO JACK'
STUART, FLORIDA AT 7-3434 200. 024838 797411 29163412MI 713373 282830 291266 = a U
C. B. Arboga'? _to William. CHolzhauer 067112 03)251) 598490 061280 766200 COUPONS'0 Joseph
txnt o fed 7, block: 139643 __
17, section 4, North River Shoret G
APRIL 16 THROUGH DECEMBER 15 subdivision. $13,000.Lighthouse I ASPIRIN

Point, Inc. to Joseph t I a
W. Landers Sr. Lot 7, Lighthouse $? REG
Point. 11300.
Lighthouse Point, Inc. to Michael I ;f 594r 36
[ DeSlefano Lot 62, Light- :
home Point. 4000. REG. 4.95 S
Lighthouse Point. Inc to John '
L George. Lot 80, Lighthouse! 1 .6 8 oz. can
joint $4,900.Lighthouse PRE- Mm OR LADIES'SUPPHOSE
Point, Inc. to Ed-
w ,n E. Crume. Lot 71, Lighthouse SEASON Metrecai> < 0I
Pt jnt. 6500.
Lighthouse Point Inc. to James SALE! LIQUID

U Cain Jr. Lot 201, Lighthouse ASSORTED FLAVORS R

. Half Moon tlotel Point. $1,700.UShthouse .Point. Inc. to Earl CHRISTMAS WRAP Th.origino/support/ 6 E''
r hose F
M. Human Lot 182, Lighthouse Fashfonoble y Rolan..
gYIi 1 4
$ Point 4400. I that '"
eorslyneids r Iupport
M.e1g! flog: F. Burdell Straub et al to Sta- YOUR CHOICE d for Ovorworkod 'lira, FOR 0
t Ion I Development Corporation.
Property in government lot 7, section 6 relit of fostlvo Xmas 9 9
5. township 38 S., range 41 1 or 6
f B. 70500. rolls of foil 216". a box 9 9 FOSTER GRANT I .
I E. Burdell Straub et al to The 3 All 'y, I I
Pure Oil Company Property in '
government lot 7, section 5, town- LAXAID WDentuCremel sizes SUNGLASSES N
ihlp 38 S., range 41 E. 63000. i '.
The American Oil Company to I For men, ladies and Children.
I. W. Martin. Lots U, 12 and 13, GRANULES73REG. 69 51 4 Large assortment of styles
SkHlc I, Golden Cat tubdiviston

$100.Irwin F. Seller to Dart R. Lew. 39 Our Low ,
''t Lot 12, block 26 section 3, PEANUT BRITTLE 12 OZ. BOX REG.44t Prict. .1.00uP
Hibiscus Park subdivision $8,500, M
Roger M. Skillman to Jeanne

Sowman.plat North of Rocky U of Point lot 19 Highandt revised R.G. DUN BOUQUETS BOX OF so 5.14 A

Klug to South Fork Ranch, R
'nc.Falls Lot subdivision.8, block$300 14. St. Lucie CODE 10 HAIR DRESSING for men 67 THREE MUSKETEERSSNICKERSFOREVER

Lighthouse Point. Inc. to Cecil YOURS- T,

T U,700.Ransom Bush Lot R.84 Tilton, Lighthouse to Lillian Point D. PIN CURL BONNET KING SIZE' B. ,1.64 FULL MILKY POUND WAY JRS.BAGS I f'JOHNSON'S

Klrby. Lot 27. block C.
EXTRA NITES: $16.00 PER PERSON Nit subdivision 1500. N
SINGLES Thomas W. Haley to Louis A. BABY SHAMPOO 1.271.ea.
: $45.50 PapeJdero Sr. Lots 119 and 120
EXTRA NITES: $18.00 PER N1TE South. Jensen Heights Firs Addition .
I $3.000
includes: trl. et to Maurice
L Ckeionss
Full tropical breakfasts each morning. Gourmet A lage $5,000.Charles Lot 1j Short Vil 100 SQUIBB CENTURY TRICK "OR'TREAT

dinners, music, dancing, each nite. Trans. E. Oamtt to Robert F. Sugar DaddyNUGGETS C
from Rutherford Lot 3, block 5. FIN HEATING (
fers i
Montego Bay Airport to Hotel. i Addition to Indiantown Park. T JL IUU' JMfa VIGRAN 0 k

'Transfers from Hotel to Montego Bay Air. i $7,000 \lGRAN'Sqj.'ie.B
Charts Tinker to Charles
port. Luxury accomodations at oceanfront IL Coutant Lot 1$, block 15. Port WITH 30 FREE U';
*h0tod J acres of grounds, 18 hole golf Salerno. $5.000.Chutes slllnwuq REGULAR9.98 BAG OF 100 ':

Complimentary Cocktail Party one Coutant to H.Outlet Coolant H.and Tucker Edna: I s REG. 5.98 OURJ N.

jn&e-a week,_ Free bottle of Jamaican Rum as Lou 21$. 23, 25. 27 and 29, block Mr. DISCOUNT OUR LOW 2.39 t." RICE 3.33 89
Golden- Gate
'.. 'Free use of Tennis Courts, Beach and 56.Peter J. McOee$2.000.to Canon PRiCE....... .1" T

faffhotei recreational facilities. Meyer Lot 4. block: 10 Pint Addition -
to Krueger Estates $ CIGARETTE FILTER Y
For rtfrrvrtlum and complete hfonMKitM, William C. Hobhauer to 1.400.1 TAD PPHXA/APH DRUG
SEE'TOUR TRAVEL P. R !tfeL Lot 5, block 4. unit GUARANTEE STORES
AGENT 2, Nonh River Shores $ ., .

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Project ; :
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River Shores f- 4 r ;, t t

r l l'A Free Nation Under God'Title Joe Silpday; 10 a m: "9 StandW a.m. wOl"ihipCrv church school- I' .. >, ';, f'" '

.. with daises for alf ages; t II t '.m., .(, ,.
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worship service, fellowship sand
t I-C of Knight's Sermon coffee hour immediately follow ;

, lilt: St36 r.m? Senior' High Choir ,
"Project America II I I. a national to divoroe this nation from God. .6JO p.m? High" School
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campaign, to awaken the Appeasing. this minority group
1 people of our great nation of the by granting. them freedom from Joint* meeting' or the Christ an y, ,, 'rtl 11i,1p ,
I the reading," of the Bible in schools Committee and the
L 'vF need to return the DIM to our I has resulted in taking away tfcfs church school staff Oct !< 30

Meet Our IJIIIllIerJ public school:' Rev. Dtirward | freedom from the majority who" p.m.The

H. Knight Jr. announced. > want it. I am preaching: on thesufject Women* Association will IIi
I ,
".Last spring the leaden of our 'A Free Nation U rlrlhr have a reception on TuesdaOct. p Ito

Rev. William E. Wilson Is land *ere impressed by more (tan God' on Sunday morning. Oct 27, at 3:30: p.m. All the women
10000 signatures on peMtens 25 I hope that millions of free of the church are invited and

and post cards' -but it did not win dom-loving. people will I I support t those women who have united i
New Congregational l Pastor an amendment. This amendmentwill this crusade' to return the Bhlc with our church since May 1961
never he won unless we have to our !schools" when we moved to our new loca: I

men in Congress who will support lion, will he especially honored
Rev William E. Wilson, pastor, it, ALL The Mens Club
g-\IN'fS' [PI ('OP.\I. will have an
chaplain and counselor, has accepted RJTT I .The purpose i la singular: to raise Jensen Beach oyster' supper Oct. 26. 6:30 p.m. I

the call to become the new I the Bible Issue! so high that noonecongressionul Thursday Oct. 22: 10 a.m., I The Circle Leaders study class !
minister i of the United Church of candidates will meet Friday morning, Oct 23 '
newspapermen Communion Intention The
Holy :
Christ (Congregational) Palm City, ordinary citizens. clergy Well-being of the 'hurch.." at 10 at the church with the Rev,

Working for the last three and men--may overlook It. This may Friday, Oct 23, St. James of A Sydney Lowrie, assistant pastor jl

one.half yean In the iCy! of inmate prove to he a pivotal Issue 0 n 'eru.alem. Martyr: 6 a.m., Holy I .J ...
rehabilitate And 'W cloM ':,'; ( Nov. 3. I Communion. Intention: "For the ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC .- ---

co-operation( with Alcoholics Anonymous |' "ProJect America II will start Unity of Gods People." Weekday Masses Monday

I Rev, Wilson comes: fronta In co-operating churches this I Sunday, Oct 25, Trinity XXII: through Friday will be held at ROOF BLOCKS ROADWAY AT SURF AND SAND
background of ten year In the Sunday Oct. 25 Thousands f I 8 30 and
0 7:30 am.. Holy Communion: 9 : a m on Saturday tt 7:30:
parish ministry, marked by extensive ., ministers are being asked to dc i.m., Family Communion church 'amNext
counseling' both outside of and" '" vote their sermons to this cause" ; school; I II I a.m., morning prayer '! Sunday a Holy Hour will
among bit own parishioner, t Rev. Durward Knight, pastor of and sumon be held from 1 to 8 p.m. In the
Mates the! executive of the United"Church the Oaceola Street Southern Meld church.
I Tuesday, Oct. 27: 7 a.m.. Holy
of Florida Rev, Robbing
odist Church of Stuart, continue!: Communion Intention: Christian A meeting of the East Coast
Ralph. 'I'm co-operating with this wonderful Rulers of the Nations Deanery will be held on Thursday -

His format education Include cause! and I urge others to Wednesday. Oct. 28 SS Simon Oct. 22 Anyone interested!
degree-wmnlng work and graduate help. in attending call Ghiotto 2874927
may -
and Jude Apr MM: 7 '.m.. I
studies In | The Bible the .
specialization) at Ran was first andi Holy C'.ommunolIntention; : That ,
dolph-Macon College, Duke Uni. IfI greatest' textbook in our pioneer We May Continue in the Apostles I Trading stamps are still needed (for 1 Y
verity, General Seminary! Union school system and Bible-believing Teaching and Fellowship,"' ,Ilhe annual bazaar. Please drop
Seminary, the University of' South : clergymen of this nation fostered them in the hot at the door of the

Florida and Rutgers University, I and promoted the educational sysI REDEEMER LUTHERAN: church.
Dr Russell L, Picks directorot: t I (cm of our land. Bible-haters, ath I School of religion for high school
the Florida Counseling Smite' Pr I elate and Communists are trying Two services are held each Sun students every Monday 7 to 8
lando was hi* instructor in the day momma at 8 and 1030: Sunday p.m., .elementary school students

a f field of eounvel'mg.and psychosomatic !school! and Bible class are at Saturday 9::30 to 11:30: a.m.
(" medicine tt Duke. REV WILLIAM F.. WILSON SALERNO SOUTHERN 9:15: am Church choir practice is held

:' Pastor Wilson b at present pioneer MKIIIODISI This Is the Life" can be seen ,every Wednesday at 7;30 p.m. in

ng a new program in f cooperation Other organizations to which Wednesday at 7 p.m., choir each Sunday morning at 9 over I the church.
,with three major denominations the pastor belongs are: PI Delta Ep- practice will' be held; 7;30 p'm. Channel 4. "The Lutheran Hour," The parish library and the religious -
called "Inmate 0 u I." silori: honorary society of jour. I The Hour. of Power will continue Dr Oswald Hoffman speaker, can article store are open every
Chaplain Gary Peters "Is lilt associate naliwn, the Learned Society of In a study of personal evangelism be heard over WSTU each Sun- Sunday after the 7 and 9 a.m.
in the program, and Rev Biblical Exegesis and Literature The board of stewards will] meet day evening; at 7:35.Pastor's : Masses f

Ralph the advisor. and the Oriental School of( Research immediately following the prayer the adult Bible I class is heldat i iv
church at 7:30: each Tuesday
Jerusalem service
His civic Interests ire varied. ,

He belongs to CtvUans Congressof He U married to Mart Virginia The annual! Sunday school pic Wednesday evening evening Leadership IT'S THE LAW ]

Correctional Chaplains? the As. Sornners debutante of the first nlc will he held at Sand prit Park Training class now on Old Testament
Bociatlon of Chaplains of Christ- Families\ of Virginia Somerset, from 2 to 6\ p.m. this Saturday history is led by the
tun the Cahoer V*. Met Wilson teaches in The pastor
Society our
) Sunday morning worship at 7 30 '
: and Ladies
i Guild kids
Heal p.m. allowed
Hey re not to
Mental Association. Association publto? schools and Is a director will begin at 9:30.: The pastor will meets at 8 you
for Mentally\ Retarded, of Christian Education The Wil bring a message on "Free Nation LLL sponsored pm "seminar, will he roller law skate on the street Its the
Chamber of Commerce, PTA and sons reside In the manse on Ninth Under God" Sunday school will held here on Monday Oct say Chief of Police Jesse!
evening of Stuart
In! Palm City, follow at 10:45: a.m. Epworth
A 26 beginning at 7:30. The Rev He
Learaa will be held at 6:30: n,m. Charles ,"
OrganizationRev. Mueller pastor of St. Andrew ., law as follows
There is a class for every 'age: lutheran Church Silver : "No per. y"I I rl b ,1q .li 1>NMMM 1K s n, .

Sunday evening worship service Springs Md., will present the time. 1 roller
will begin at 730.:, There is a nursery ly :'It.lIOn upon
Building Altar
a Family [ skates or riding
provided for the infants during ." Members and friends '\ .
are In or by means
Charles Mueller Will the services invited of any coaster
Tuesday at 7 p.m. the Men's vehicle
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Evangelistic Team will meet at FIRST BAPTIST similar device + 1 kt Ai Redeemer ?
Speak the Sunday school annex This Stuart shall go upon
meeting will open a twenty-four-
Wednesday evening at 7:30: the any roadway except .
Rev Cbarle Mueller pas hour prayer vigil to be conducted: midweek prayer service will be C CI : while crossing a street on a
tor of St. And few' Lutheran for our nation and leaders that held under the leadership of Rev ':crosswalk and when so crossing
they look God I GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT let down this tree Scwalls Point Road
to for
guidance on of the in the
Church, Silver Springs, Md. will may' iF. H, Welkins The Youth and I inch perOlshall be granted nil one many
: and wisdom 1 in this time of Chancel Choirs will rehearse at of the rights and shall be subject: area felled by the fury of Hurricane Isbcll Wednesday night
the topic "pudding a Faroily need. Join this in :
present prayer your own 815: to: all of the duties applicable to
Altar; fit ,*I seminar sponsored homes," said the pastor, Sunday morning at both the pedestrians This section shall not I r Ill I 1 rt lore; x.f.rA v i ',

by Redeemer lAitheran Church, 8:30: and I 11 I o'clock worship serv apply upon any street while set ,. 'iP...
I East Ocean Boulevard Stuart, on COMMUNITY CIIURCII ices, Rev Forrest H Watkins will aside as a play street as authorized
Monday. Oct: 16,, t beginning it YOUTH liLIOWMIIP speak on "Family Relations" At by ordinance of this municipality"
7 30 The of the seminar
: m
p purpose the -
The -
Youth Fellowshipof evening worship) service at
under the direction of the
the Jensen! Beach Community 7:45 his message will be "Human NEW PBX. CLUB
International Lutheran Laymen's
; Church met in the Fellowship Hull Relations" Sunday school for all TO BE ORGANIZEDOn :
i Ia
b League to stimulate of the church on Oct. 18, The meet- ages i is held each Sunday morning -
action and promote discussion. ing was presided over by Helen at 9:45 and Training Union : Friday Oct 23, Ihe P.B.X. ,
Rev. Mueller before becoming Kay Smith. Devotion. were led by for all ages begins each Sunday (Private Branch Exchange) Club
of the church .In Silver of Tampa an affiliate of the International
pastor Sharon Baker The group voted evening at 6:30.: Sunday evening
Springs served as pastor of Bethlehem Slot) toward the purchase of Youth immediately following the worship' PBX Clubs, will hold
Lutheran Church: in Jock: rs' Choir robes Four commission! service there will be a Spizerink-- its initial meeting to organize a

tonville Beach groups were established as follows: turn' for young people and inter. PBX Club in the Stuart area ,
While in Florida he served on Action: Stevie Means, chairman; mediates at the home of Terry The meeting will be held at 508 lp Y Y H-, r nti
the public relations committee of Frank Wacha: David Bihr Su- Roger In Hibiscus Park Palmetto Avenue Melbourne with
the district md wai the recipient sun Bray, and Jacque Penick. The Junior Girl Auxiliary and the Southern Bell Telephone &
of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Fellowship: Terry Penick chair. Sunbeams will meet at the church Telegraph Company acting as host.

Award. He I It presently serve REV riuni.ting : MUELLER man: Jay Tweedy, Gary Crowdcr Monday afternoon at 3:30. The Mrs.Reservations are being taken by
on the Missouri Synod', evan Ren Tilton and Warner Wacha Ruth Sunday school class will have Ruth Miller by calling 461. ,
geiisro planning committee In the tied Ood, Wonderful World of World) Out-reach: Sharon Baker a banquet :In. the church Fellowship 9057 This meeting will be con > v t

Jut few years he ha done exten- Words," chairman, Helen Kay Smith, Hall Monday evening at 7. ducted by Mrs, Fran Creech, field
save writing In the are of devoThe public I la Invited to hear Kathy Houser David Tweedy and The members of the service roll i representative of the PBX. Club

lions literature, having authored this speaker and to join in the Curtis Sprague are Invited to be their guests.Tuesday of Tampa.

the devotional serlrt books entU. open forum Faith: Janet Olney. chairman: afternoon at 2:30 the Almost irds
IXIulne Miner, Karen Dailiy, Lou Dorcas Sunday school class will the world s ,

FIRST METHODIST UNITED CirURClI OF CHRIST Ann Dailey, and Karen Procter: meet In the church Fellowship 000 population) or about 2.000000
people live in the Far East.
Hall with Mr. Raymond Robinson
Stuart ( ) palm
Congregational City In a wide arc that
RIO t* hostess. The Intermediate e
Wednesday Oct. 2h 7:30 pam, Wednesday Oct. 21, RAP1IST Girls' Auxiliary will meet at the Pakistan In the west to China and r r/rll r Y

Chancel Choir rehearsal board Spanish-American dinner angel. The monthly business meeting church on Tuesday! afternoon at Japan in the north and Indonsia r

rooom. lowship (free). of the church will be held Wed Clo 3:30. The Cherub and Carol Choir in the south >

Thursday, Oct. 22: 6:JO p.m., choir Friday Oct. 23 630: p.m" will day, practice 7:45: p.m.at The 830: .church choir will also meet at the church on 5.5'.. IL 0411Ir.R.r..f.III- -_ 1 i
rehearsal Tuesday afternoon at 3 30 for
: rehearsal
Methodist Men's supper meeting The Associationa! Training UnIon I'll tine I |Hf ssT Col HT Of THR
Friday; Oct 23: 10 un.. Worn Saturday Oct. 24 6:30: p.m., Workshop will be held hurs- MIVTM JIIIMIU. e ] 1 _
en'i Bible Study Group at old I Junior Fellowship party i day and Friday at the First Baptist riV I..AIr..R ,MIN lu tntyrlNr pr:" :oWlV,

4' church, 1pm., Junior Choir rehearsal Sunday Oct. 25, II a.m., the Church I in Fort Pierce: from 7::10 OSCTOLA: MFTHODIST STREETSOUT'IIERN avrnnr.Anai: ri.snar. y
at new church service and sermon "Protection to 9 p.m. Conference will be held a.vvSrla, A.n: .
(45 and II' Against Fatigue" Ken Moore a for all Sunday school: is held each Sunday aOo.'lATION L@ naLLC: : .
Oct 25 '
Sunday : : age' group leadership Provisions .A
a eorpnratlnn
a.m., worship services. Rev. Allan ministerial student assisting At will: be :made: for all of the morning at 9:45: and is under : : und.r thus I... at tM rI.ttna 5 t y.n oi 1 x ,

R Stuart wiU preach on "The Difficulties 3 pm. there will be a United children and youth Outstanding .the direction of t"pastor." 51.15.4 .t riiinurr Imnrlrn'
of Discipleship," 945: Church District Youth Rally. Training Union workers fl'OOthe Rev Durward H Knight Jr. PAtTi ii
will speak on the subject of "A +Jrn!: Rnt.1IiI.! *<
break state will lead
"coffee )10 ajn. Sunday the conferences for :
drool (t pnu Youth Choir rehearsal MARTIN LUTHER FILM workers, members, and other in- Free Nation Under God." at the t/ISfiTL.trifle; 1 ii' ji RIui's;.,R'y:'} 'a- i ): ', y t's rrc
t II,
1, at pew church: 64: p.m., TO BE SHOWN SUNDAY terettcd persons.Sunday '.m. worship service this Sunday and I.AWR1eNCk TATlttJ t..._
M.Y.P. church. school morning This message i I. her bu.b.nd.5. ale.'!
meet at begins
new "Martin Luther" the internationally at 9:45: preached In keeping with Project t tu.r.nd.nt* FALLEN COMRADE- One of the acacias at Jensen Beach Elementary School bow
am. with class in grief .r
a of Bible S5OTICK Or HI ITi ov>
7 .
Oct Men'sPrayer study .
Monday 2t, J.I m acclaimed motion picture i for everyone. The America II. Project America 11 Tot i PAt L, joHMrtT: nui'KM. reel. its erstwhile colleague, felled by Hurricane Isbtll, Wednesday, Oct 14Hufeh .
Group meet in the sanctuary worship service dvnr ,
of the famed will bee I is national awl sad
reformer is at II a campaign to returnthe rR'\1i.k\ C..
; .m, Dorcaf Circle meet Training Union begins oir. I II
p bow II at Redeemer Lutheran Bible iti4rflus' .
to khooJS.Palttor' .
i at 6:30: pm. The worship service our ; jr.Nd.nre 5dlt.r. nn
I Church' Stuart, this Sunday eve.ping. i il at 7:45. A nursery ia nrnvi.ifa office hour are heldat known TATt'M; UTY>nd UAMItltaM HKIfm Itltl'FC-TA
JFJIOV Airs WITNESSES Oct. 23. beginning at 7. This Infants during ali of 'wry the church each Wednesday afternoon Tt M h., wband.. t'ennuv Road
( Kkngdon }gars, Britt Read film will begin a week-long observance ices. the from I to 3. The rutor'' licit Tr.ll.r!.l.n.. Tttaa.Park It..a. 1.-.. Let- ill----.
of the Reformation in the may 'be seen at other times by Ton aad .arh ..f f.a art h.r.bsntifini _
appointment _
I .... BaSle. .. .
Thursday; .. study; lhal a complaint tfl f>r a : g
local church which will climax on ..,.. t
theme: The Desolating of Zion. TRINITY Ion arts? "... on (ho ret y 555'N
METHODIST lo"I... 4 <.Tlh4 ,. s J 4 1
the following Sunday with a rally Prayer service and Bible study < < pn>prtr -.It.
Saturday, I pm., discussion on Th. "".,utli If r_t .t !L.I 4. all
New .1 service. at Port Pierce Trinity Friday Oct. 23: Choir practice i It held each Thursday night be or Ixit and ho North r..t
Thing LnmN. Lutheran Chuixh The public is 7:30 p.m.Saturday.. ginning at 7:45. Currently a study or'nt I'I In lilnrk cc nr :.. r
4 discount war Hwllon of HI t url 5. .
,.m., public cordially invited. Oct 24: Halloween is being taught from the book of Plat. Hook I. Para 4 l-uhln R...
by; D 1". Bowman circuit supervisor party for Sunday school 4 5pm I Peter "...... of \Marll Oounlr Mnrl I.,...
subject" : -po All Religions 55. b..s find ........ rasa, ssd. rn.
.. .
Lead to Eternal Life?.1 5:15:I p.m., FIRST CHURCH OF ODtLfSCIENTISr Sunday Oct 25: Sunday school COMMUNITY .r..wr.tau'err 't..1.arr....'...a'oo.Pr,h.nr.rm bmpl.sl .

Bible study with aid of Watchtower 1 9:45 a.m. Adult and all children JMW Beech Jos.as the. a pla..I1'MIh.wR. attnrn.yAII.R : "'He'' I/lt, Mi l lI la
theme: The Bible and Creation East OctM Blvd, Shteft A.sr. A. nil. tll.d., rlaride" t
department worship II a.m. Sunday: Worship services, 9:30: ill. tin .rl.s.I I A.w.r. ..:.
In .
the Light of Modern sat.ernes. Lesonermon subject Oct. 25: Monday Oct. 26. 10 am to and I II) ..m.; Youth Fellowship Ina I. 55..ffk..at us.. rise .r Ih_ I

"Probation Alter l Death" 2 pm., the "Quiet Day" observance 6.30. p.m. (1..1''a...,.. 1'5url)lurlda 5r. ...slid. .1' e.r".M."a"Ile.

Tuesday, 7:)Q pink. Bible study" Sunday school, 11 a.m. Nursery of a 'Call to Prayer and Self Wednesday: Senior Choir 7:30: IMa rail (dsy. d...,...Nawmh.r. J"d.._l...Isd1 5. .. .MfauS If ra
theme: The Desolation .f Zion. provided. Denial" be held at church. Come p.m., Junior Choir 6:30: pm. slit. *. "**? ...a.., J'" l I... It[,.'

f Assembtfe for field ministry Wednesday Testimonial meeting,. at your convenience to meditateand Alcoholic Anonymous I p.m. r' ht. dvmandrd ln lr. .I/\/ ..tar>(.:.(ranlaliX,. 111 (I,
Wednesday through Saturday g:JOjn I pm pray Thursday Mid-week worship ...'h w..5 ear .4 ...>.._..11''v. wMka
.( Sunday 9 un.I Tuesday. Oct. 27 Covered In Thus Kmart N. ., a ..' af
I" Reading Room: 282 FUgler Avenue lItI1'a. 7pmOffulal r.rwwt"tau-:; <"11"r: :.. .
supper at 6 p.m. followed by first hoard at 730 "
meets :
: Year round hour*. Monday .
I ....
INDIAN RIVE* UNITARIANFELLOWSIttP quarterly conference A vote will third Church Aid ,dlTTM.n.7W. V.-
through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.mChristian Circle! Tuesday .. ,.
be token on building a parsonage 1:30: p,m, fourth Wednesday <,MH' IKtROTHT a'teRs'w. I
Science: radio ork of ih. nrran
Meets at Port PiercV Beach Th Bible Speck to You may amt having a full-time minister. I ; Friendship Circle I p.m., In sat for Marda O.aiyOct. :
Wednesday Oct 28: 2 fourth Men's Brotherhood 515+45
p.m. Tuesday and -
Community Ce kr. 742 be heard over WSTU. Stuart 1450 Ib IMrolhr 1 Nv., CI..II
commission on missions. 3 .... All... Ans..
; p.m. I 6:30: third Friday. Nua.w.
ko ,
Drive at II .. .: Sunday at 715: pm. Monday .
t.r..I' for
commission 1'1..ft THiS BLUTi HO(5E:
on membership) and being built on Island-
Se.wa'j <>" ."
N'.t Stanley Otkowsky
25 Dr. William J. Arm Topic for"Oct %6: The Power evangelism- and 4 pm, commix I A Dew type of bed spring. coo- R.It.I .1, t .na Bohner .*. Reined ICemU, appansuly imaged, bumcmne damage. Ie i for the Richard
s on "Education in a Free oi Humility. lion Christian ay J.ha ass., Odlina to be
oo social lain
concerns. no metal. h' u n, N.y. f. it Act built oa the bland since Southern Gulf Unlit**. lAc., contracted 10 tale frnTwaS.I there

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of the Museums : .+..l"aYt SSUf' 'fnanaf l.Mrre".ea14 ..'!: I 111.1' 'In Hugh Gawn mile, phrulo The next dessert card: put will TIIF STL'VRT HorWa) NEWS
Three NewMembers SUN li aperies lee the reue I ilion IH held on 14edresiluy. Nov 4 IhurMluy October 22, 1964 3-D
room i'I l the Pioneer Occupational: Mrs,, Peter (utewio. will he chairman "
SOCIETY (enter, i of this event and will be assisted I 10 ANNUAL !MEET
Antique Car Parade ofWoman Federation contorti! were I n .1 by Mrs loineis r and Ol DISIRICT 10
flounced in the fields of art craft: Mrs. E F Mattix. Mrs C. Donald i Members of the Stuart Garden
Warder' and! Mrs \\"'. P.
I ClubThree sewing literature and pastry Members Bishop Club( who will attend the annual
.' .. s interested in exhibitions' ot 1 he \\oman's Club agreed to meeting of District 10 at Boynton
Set Here Nov. / ._ Jteoo._ _. art and: crafts were advised to I provide sixiw of the refreshments, I I Beach on Thursday are Mrs. John
on : new member. Mm Herbert contact Mm I Kenneth Urlffuh and for hind Bunk Day at the Worn- Hussey. president of the Stuart
t \Noehr Mrs Ruth Aiulelfin- kin James Unity Th rules f"l nns Club building on NO.1.. club Mrs. W. A. Oesner. Mrs
The Vintage Auto nub ot Palm I .- er and Mn. Marguerite DciMon literature anj nontry competitions! The next business meeting will Cecil I R Johns, Mrs. Hugh Wil-
under '
, the guidance of Mother St-i i were accepted to membership. at will K" provkW by "Maw' : he on WediMwday' Nov II'. at levughbv Mrs. Harry Swingle-hurst
l Beach will visit Stuart on its sec i||! harks. S.SJ visited the mu- j I the Oct t 14 business meeting! of Rons mil Mr*. Hugh" (,lean I 12V: ( p m and Mrs Richard HupfeUhoui
end annual pilgrimage on Sunday. 'stums Another group of thirty'' i the \Voii an's Club ol I Stuart furnish the requirements I fur llu' -
Nov I.I Assembling at M Ilotn'. from I Lincoln Park Academy Fort A committee composed I ,tt Mrs seamy ,"ntcst: to interested I 11.111ben. : 1 Most ol' the main east-west I'ed. I I \' 60 p..r cent of-America's"=
Restaurant in Jensen Beach o n i i Pierce tenth grade biology. with I : oil Lowell True Mr J lames Dales" \ oral highways are even.numbered !! lamilies own their homes.

State Road 707 at noon for lunch : Mrs (' l. Monroe were escorted ;\0... through both museums! by Felix
the antique cars will parade into \\illiams. | T
Stuart on D S. I to the Smart
Firehouse and City Hall at I p.m. New arrivals at the House of |
;' and will leave about 2pm. for I Refuge Museum from CoMa Rica I
. the museums in a parade Sheriff I h\ plane are 4 1 green turtles To make room for
Roy Baker will provide an escort I
Last there I them the year-old green turtles
, year were t\\enty-t\\o I
the were released with the exceptionof !
antique cars In assembly
Two schools I about KM( ) that will be metal- 1
reccniK took advantage ,
tagged for possible later identification ,
of the
open invitation!
tended to school civic and n-I

organization groups. by re Mr. and Mn Harvey K Hall
tion. to1i it the Marlin County I have returned to their home on 4
museums without admission. charge. Indianlown Road after a five and FRIDAY L SATURDAY
Despite the heavy ram. a group one.half-month stay at their homein
of twenty-five postulants from St. the Great Smoky Mountains of _
Joseph Novitiate Jensen Beach. Fontana N. C STUART STUART


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Mr. and Mrs. Brown Are to 1 r OR '2

4GEROvrRl -- Have Their 58th Ann iVersani A TREAT

.... BAGS ti1
Mr and Mrs. Carles C. Brown 1940 and prior ID his !position! III I
JENSEN BEACH, ON TIlE INDIAN RIVER AT 'Seminole: Avenue. will I I observe supervisor of the H (i. Hill Company .

LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS their flllYoClghthNJln, anniversary estate on v'walls Point he I
i on Oct. 2K. 1 hey were
I married in I I9ttt ut the he>me of wan. associated w th Cicvrge Hipp '5i'4444iCK
her father m Winchester: Tenn. builder, in Fort Pierce. I yRrAT
I Berth were horn in Winchester They own the Rrowni Apartments r
REOPENSSunday i They hive two daughters Mrs on Semmole Avenue where +
: Anna May S)roll of West Palm they make their home
Beach and! Mrs. Ola Waldun of Mr. and Mrs Brown are charter ,
Miami. two grandchildren It n drive members of the {"hurdf'' i
Nov.1st 1 ,grandchildren, Christ t. Palm Bench Road and
Mr Brown I armed in Tennessee the oldest couple in thin meiulier i I
They moved to Florida i n ship II
--- --- --- -' --- witches
large!, assortment of I

pirates, skeletons, etc. Sizes: wrw

SCHEDULE Eau Gallic Yachts Small Medium Lurc.!, All of f. ,

flamcproomutcrial.&RDYMAUW.N1( I 4J
DINNER 5 to 10 p.m.

f Cruise to Marina

LUNCH; Mon. Fri. 12 to 2
p.m. ;; \ >> N ti: :
I 1 :
Nine boats from the tan Gallie Beach: Malsulo III, F Fmley1' !
Yacht Club, plus nx club mem Cannomi Jr" Ciamesville! ; "Hlue' ,
287-4040 I hers who stayed at Lungford Villas Jean," Mr and tiles W A Barrows .. .. f
Cincinnati Ohio; : i **,
| were guests this past 1 weekendat "C'hllnle"j
Captain J. Horses' 8O'> I ICharay
? He for those little
Langford Marina Mar II," R, W. Marshall. tt :.
""'here The Stars Meet" It has "been "SRO" at the marina New York City; Bohemian," Don witches and goblins!, that
since the Lvmrude yacht. Russell' Salem Mass; "Table Talk'' a '
knock dour for .
I Chanticleer," arrived! on Oct 17. II" Robert J, Sullivan Rcadll1"1 I i on your ,
In addition a total of seventeen Pa.; War Eagle III," I J "Trick or Trc'ut" Individu*
-- _H __ yacht were berthed at the manna rain Albany, da?; "Barbie' f'. N t
". ally wrapped Siigut" Daddy
this pms week, \\inJrlilgo Arlington Na. Kankaskia"
The "SKO" situation continued U. F. Ilildos, (entrulia. 'JLJ t'1 JI Nuggets/ !
at the villas this week, with III.. and 'Impulse' ," Paul D Ucck: ,| ) :'
past Phoenix Ariz. I t..: ts:.:
twenty guests slaying at the villas; ,
Martin County sixteen of that/ number were Floe Villa guest were: C. R. Berry,
idians. Cape ('orlll; D Ay lew. Surtsidc, t#
4" & ?
& $
Eau Ciallie Yacht Club membersand Mr and Mrs. R. L Spauldmg. Miami &dZ& W
: Mr and Mrs J. Cordon MOT I
their yachts included: "Ethel

Goes For Burns Beach Mane Mederos; Medcon Cecil Jr. I Indialantic M.;' Kelly Thomas; Ver"Deep S.<> Crane ray row Beach Tampa Tampa: D; Mr;Roberts John and,Klein Mrs West. K Patio IXI. S. j I S lady Seymour" All Metal IRONING BOARD 1y $

\Beach Mr and Mrs Jl
End." Mr. and Mrs Elliott: Newell ; Fred'
l ghte. Miami Beach Mr. and ,
Melbourne; Mabi.; Mr indMrs !
t William Fletcher Eau Gallic; ; Mrs P. Aron htr.. Miami \Bench: 5
"Deep South," H C. tberts: Indian Mr and Mrs. (.e orgo, Rutherford y
Harhour Beach: Chccchaka." Melbourne: Mr and Mrs. i' e

Thomas E. Duce. Satellite Beach; A D Kelly Jr, Albany da: and "it 'n1.t! ..,rff. f.r .....", ..,r.r, im,.tfi" .r "tr.nlit ... ( t
Mr and Mrs Robert Wilhelni.
"Olf Key: "Folly Ifemier," R R. lens J, Sandere Melbourne Omaha Nebr.Circles. M I ..tn.! Uf .telvst]| ..vlckly .,,,4 illy t. ,..1.,.. ;

Lau Ciallie; and little Star," W. a elsir.4. .h"'y, 'lisp I.gtln>. ...t.1 g.nttrvetl...
J. Vaughn. Melbourne 'k
Other" lau: Ciallie Yacht Club inMeeting
members' who stayed at the villa
were: Vlr and Mr.. F, A. Burkard.
Satellite Beach; Mr and Mrs hrl! Row SAVE .'
ir- Smith Melbourne: W S. Roekn
and R. M Steven Eau (jal" .

Other yachts calling were: "Holiday Frtra Our PflCVIOUS
Circles 2 A and 2 B met Tuesday "
!Stakes Charles Paul Shal-
at the Presbyterian Church LOW DISCOUNT PRICE
terly Daytona Beach; L tense'
Me Too." Foster. N. ReynoUs.Fau with Mrs. Harry Fulsey and Mrs of $J.1t
James Owens hostesses. !
; T Gallic; 'f light." B. M Sfrad- Sixteen.
"members and one gum Madalenc
.s ley Fort lauderdale. Wing j '
Ding" Jack Dingwall. Fort Lauderdale !. Treehnnick, were present .
I "Mt sse III," H. Huiele Bit Mrs R. Youl presided and a r
ca Raton: "Bam Fin, Howard C number of announcements.
I Men'sWomen's & Children's
Nickerson, Fort Lauderdale:: Muf-- mad. A workshop will he held '% Men's Dan River POPLIN
fell;' A A. Behlmg. JtnsinThe it Lakeside; Presbyterian Churchon
11 I Nov 12; for information call
I I Mrs Yost Th yearly Christmas
drive for new or used clothing JACKET

DEM.MEET. I canned giMids, money n now on
New 6 tt Work Community hay .
I i at the I'ri.or-I. l Church A tea
will he held at the church Oct 27 i iII I
J:JO to introduce all\ new ment ......Id... .Ip' thlRkrsaker '

her' co-thairmcn are Mrs FdwinHauemtein that. jnisfAf
HAYDON BURNS I and Mrs William

a Oughterson rfa\t.\ far dot ......"
I Mrs. Ira Williams read a letter
wastes weather.

Community Room, First National Bank from RMMJ, Mrs and she L. i ill K.sending DKIMUA her, lor du i II/ I (...fart ......4."h.lpe e

nations of Christmas card from l
i r DM circles. ,. p II.
October 30 9:45 5JM'
Mrs. Robert Fcnton gave a tar ii I alppe. .).u... .h. s

port on World Service '( *., fnamj I 1. I bawtlitl
Coffee and DoughnutsVclcol11e ,9I ,
loveliestbrides 1iV' '1 MUROW CLAVi t 'tjn and ..II *..*.

,a .. I Ml;r ON (xr. IJTh Inn, t.u.: .* b M

are a Matron" Chow, of the I'fcsll r t aurW4 ....."". ''''''.'. f..erli. r...h..*r for PUrltff ... Ih
Fleurde.1JI* I l.thodist Church: held a lumhon <. .ft ".,.. *.tl 1h. p.r*,lNews ..11, gi.,.1., ...4.a
Tiwsdar.. (kt. IJ. with Ihirtylwo ......, e
w hash, .4. .. ..,. hang te .
For Our Own GoodLet's ? procntTh Ill ,o. .....,..." :-
president Mrs M P. Ncl
brides sun opened! th* meeting with. Jot.
Elect votioaa frotn Mrs J, J. RKhaftK
who uwd Psalm. for her thought, j r.
fotluw .d by prayer Mr. Nrisudwttcunxd
new and old mawhers.HapPy
& Birthday" wa Sinai I Itf COMPARE
HAYDON BURNSGOVERNOR Cenrpk m Co-ub.liu. Scn t thus having" bwthdays m CktufecrHo .. I
I i.%se* for th* Oduhcr meetIng '
I were Mrs. Blanch Beiekey, at 'S.9S
flcur.be.li.B'IOC kin Jes.w HomrfMA. and Mr.. I I
M. ,.. NetMW U chasing Mrs t.eili
South <>*h Street. 464-JH2 80* ZoU showed slide. .
ASood Vtofpmf cow HiMtcsM* for No" *.roler will. I
grwd t'M 4 Y i FORT PIKHCB b* Mrs. BcniK Wrhher Mrs i j
L[ Dorothea BaxJu. and )In. Jot a _
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Thursday, October 22, 1964 PARry PRIZES
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St. Joseph Guild held a card I SOCIETY NEWS

, party at the oommwuly room in -
Lively Arts the First National Bank bgilding T' ..nti
f on Thursday Uct I H. Mrs. Olin T

; Group Meets Margie Booth was Pine chairman Miss Helen with Mr I i Most Worthy Grand Elecla; Is

Mrs Edward Kimwlla and
Mrs John Hus ey was hostess George Ruelius assiNtmg Visiting Eastern Star HereUnity
at her home in Port Scwall, Fri B Brodeur was the winner of the I
day, Oct 16 for the first fall basket of food. Door prize winners tr Mrs
Mrs Edna '' Chapter No 17 Stuart, Unity Chapter will entertain
meeting of the Lively Arts Club. were HoIzhaur, Mrs I II I dinner
I Jessie Wemig. Mrs. I of Eastern Star, Kmling and Mrs Dyal
A program on What Makes It Harry \I.utkm M Order will have I mt'Ctina.'
An" WM presented and talks I Mrs. Alex Raphel, Mrs Bertha d as honored guest at their meetingat I prior to the evening Chapter
Seewald, Mrs. Herbert Gardner. All member of Uorty
were given by Mrs Huiwey andMrs 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22. at of other chapter' of
Roland Dunn, who illustrated Mrs" Rose Pearson, Mrs. Eliza and members
with easel and charcoal fault bcth.Kin.sclla, Mrs Catherine Cottrell I the Masonic Temple an interna the O.E.S. are encouragfld to at.>
to look for in paintings and theimportance and Mrs, Renee Burro I tional officer of the General Grand tend this meeting and to meet"m i
I Keislmg
of design and purpose! Chapter
the chapter
he served following
through all fine arts Open discus TUTU CONVENTION: I Mrs. Frances Reeling of
sion was held. Seventeen member sonville, most worthy grand! meeting
Tho Florida slate convention of Jack'j
were present' Tea was served by of the General Grand (
the hostess he[ian Florida Temperance Slate Women Union will Christ beheld O.E.S., will visit the local Chapter 21 Held

Mrs. FV. Hazelwood has returned in Daytona Beach starting 1 1a 1w Mrs. Keiding is traveling to Stu Banquet Oct. 15
to her home In Sunset Estates Wednesday, Oct 21 art with Mrs Ada Dyal, also! of
after spending the summer : Jacksonville, who is a past grand Mrs. J. D. Gray, past! grand
months on Long Island and at her Mrs Ed Perroncel of Halpati-- i ... chaplain of the Grand Chapter of matriarch of t the Grand Ladies
Florida, O.E.S. Mr and Mrs. Jo-
mountain cottage a t Asheville, okee spent several days visiting \ .
: I of Florida J. D. Gray, i
; ;
N. C. friends in Miami last week seph R. Roberts Sr. Jensen Beach Auxiliary '
the worthy patron and matron of past high Driest of me Grand Encampment -
J : of Florida and Mrs. '
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t ,.1 Clara Twmas, president of I
.... snivel; .HitRsrs: ARE May ,
the Indian River Ladies Auxiliary
:t: Patriarch Militant No, 21 and vice
Ai':'., .4J Mr and Mrs Harry Swingle- president of the state organisation, I
y ad hurst have returned from their were among dignitaries attendingthe I
1 ., I,,, summer home at Lake Wmnipesaukcc Chapter 21 I banquet last Thursday

.. ..i- ..... Weir, N. H. En route ,evening. Oct. IS given I ) Fort
,i 1S ., south they visited a week with his Pierce I.O.O.F. Hall hon
<: : sister and brother.in-law, Mr. and or of Mrs Amy McCormJck of
'. Mrs O K. Moore at Bcdmmster. Jacksonville' state president of the
N J. Department Association of the
iJrt dti70 !MRS RODNEY E, SIMMONS Friends of Mrs. Swmglchurst Ladies Auxiliary Patriarch!! Militant -
mother, Mrs Lmna Brooks, will of Florida
be sorry to hear she is quite ill Chapter 21 includes members
1. Marriage at ........ ..:..,.... .. ::' \,,:, -;: : .' and is a resident of the St George from Stuart, Fort Pierce ansi) Okccchohee .; -
ara4 Nursing Home in Eden, N. Y. at Also attending from Stuart
Always( a good ( Church Mt. Holly MISS Jt'DIIH ANN PARADISE the present' time. Before returningto were Mr, and Mrs J. P. Wil-
Florida the Swinglchursts visited bar and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Haucrslev -
More Judith Ann Paradise Wed with her for three weeks .
daughter with a cooped neckline, three. to

every day Panaro 'I quarter Her headpiece sleeve and wan detachable a pink train.veil Robert w: Goetz in January Be Beautiful Fall

William attached to a pink crown adorned With a New Style from
N. J., with aurora borealis sequins and
1965 E. Sim. crystals. She carried a colonial Mr and Mrs. W A Paradise Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in West 8
Pa, 0 n bouquet of white chrysanthemumsand 434 Krueger Parkway, announcethe Palm Beach
'm' in the pink carnations. engagement of their daughter. Mr. Goetz attended Martin i : PARK PLAZA
; ( l Bramerd Her bridesmaids were Mrs Ja- Judith Ann, to Robert William County High School and is presently
V ( The Rev nira Molnar of Florence and Mrs Goetz, son of Mrs Kathryn F serving in the U. S CoastGuard BEAUTY SALON
Porter, Stuart .
PIERCE'J the ly Mary, friends Lou Prescott of the bride of Mount and Miss Hol Miss Paradise' is a graduate of Their wedding is planned for 317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7>2MSOWNERi
Martin County High School and Jan 24 at the First Presbyterian
by Evelyn of Tullytown,
'3 Volkswagen $1495 attended Florida Southern College I Church with the Rev Malcolm
length Pa.
Sunroof ............ .. train They, a wore sinter gowns of the identical bridegroom to the She is presently employed by Harris officiating I OPERATOR BARBARA IIUNTFRRECEPTIONISTS
S9 Volkswagen lace with matron of honor In romance blue. =

Pickup Truck ..,... $495 ., scal: Their colonial bouquets were I SECRETARIES ATTEND .
scalloped: white chrysanthemums and bluecarnations Chanticleer tUIDR SKRETARIKSLFADIRSIIIP I'I
'63 Volkswagen ; is se I : CLINIC:'
$1395 :
Sedan .................. ;: : and Kim Ann Perino of Florence, Members of Stuart Chapter of CHRISTMAS WORKSHOPAT
finger. cousin of the bride, served a
'61 Volkswagen a i Back HomeThe the National Secretaries Associa
$1195 of seed flower girl. She wore a candy
Sedan .................. is tear. floor-length gown similar to pink the I i tion Association attended leadership a Future Secretaries clinic on TIlE

S JO DAY a attendants, Her headpiece was of' "Chanticleer" arrived at herhome Saturday, Oct 17, at Barry College I
roses pink sweetheart carnations and ELLIOTT MUSEUM
MIami. Seven members from
::; : ': :: f: h cus- white chrysanthemums with a pink' Oct I IK port ith at t Langford noted owners Marina, Martin County High School attended I
carna bow
cluster at each side She I
carried .
ST. LUCIE sweet a basket of pink snaps, white Mr and Mrs Ralph Evinrude, I October 27th thru October 31st
after spending the summer at the Talks were made and films I,
2106 OKEECIIOBEE ROAD chrysanthemums and carnations.
Outboard Marine I shown. Members from Stuart '
r of Flor '' CorporationWorld I'
Ernest Pefino of Florence, cousin -
the bride, of the bride, served as ring- Fair Marina. Chapter were Mrs. Barbara Ann I See the A rbat Work
FORT She bearer Guests aboard the "Ch nticJeer" Lmdsey, Mrs Ivy Murton and
of silk Donald Included Mr. and Mrs. Evans Mrs. Virginia Veazie The students I
gown McCoy of Ikllum. Pa. Crary Sr, and Mr and Mrs. AI were Hilda Caher, Debbie Dim-
over taffeta in Paris i pinkI
--- ,---- organza best uncle of the bridegroom, served as Harvey of Milwaukee Wis ron, Phyllis Smith, Linda Kendall, I Ceramics Shcllwork Christmas
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""- --',' ,,- man.' Walsh, Susan Harris and
-:, -'- :-_ They were at Sea Island, Ga., Charlotte
The ushers
were David Conov- when Hurricane Isbell hit our Flossie Moody Gifts & Decorations, Enamel on Copper,
of Mount Holly, Martin lutz
1- area "A lot of rain," said Mr
Edgley. Pa., friends of the
H bridegroom, and Dennis Pierctti of Evmrude' but "winds were comparatively PE.O. OU1ING and Wood Carving

Florence, cousin of the bride mild Chapter P of the P.E.O. Sister
A large crowd was on hand to FVCII AFTERNOON AND ALL DAY SATURDAY
The mother of the bride hood, Stuart, entertained husbandsat
worea .
i'i't,,:. see the 118 foot yacht berth TheEvlnrudes'
forest green three-piece suit with arrival their an annual OJ.L.1 party -
matching accessories and a white via yacht night. Oct. 17, at Smiths
always for 'open house' for
orchid Restaurant on Indiantown Road.
; I The mother of the bridegroom relatives and area friends. Supper, games, and showing of Clothesline Art ShoW
wore a blue ,taffeta sheath dress slides by Earl Dyer Ricou of his
tri with matching accessories'' and awhile PALM LAKE PARK Wyoming fishing trip were enjoyed
.. \ s orchid corsage' GROUP I INCORPORATES by thirty-two members and I October 31st November 1st

4 a A reception was held Immediately Secretary of Slate Tom Adams guests
i following the ceremony for has announced the chartering of I
I IW guests in the church Palm lake Park Civic Association Mrs. J. C Cress of North River DO CARICATURES ON SATURDAY
The bridal couple then left ona Inc, Martin County, filed Shores has returned to her home I
wedding trip to the Poconos and Oct. 13 by Dean looker Subscribers from University Hospital in Gainesville Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
Niagara Falls. The bride chose a : are Raymond Miller John following surgery and a I I
: All the people oft I winter! white_ wool. suit with a Lechner, and Oscar Williams. four-week confinement, '
beige\ fur collar and brown accessories ,. -" -': ... f' I.
I and a pink rose bud r 'i.J."t "
: Martin County need for travelling corsage W \; ;
The bride is a graduate of Mar. Ii<' ,;
: this diligent thorough' i' tin County High School, Stuart. ..' : .; .
and I it ,,I' 4J
employed at Holly '1: 'k
sire Township i Municipal Building, f, ;"
: ly experienced Mount Holly. ,lt !( "
The bridegroom was recently
discharged from the Navy and is .'
businessman on the employed at Colorado Iron and
Fuel Company in Roebling N J.
:1' The couple will reside at HO
Hoard of County : '. Broad Street, Mount Holly

: Commissionershis r.J. /). E. O. Members

Heard Vote Talk
By Mrs. MinterThe ,
=..ss"""' ,

j recordproves 18'1On's second meeting of -
Stuart Chapter p, P.E.O, Sister
hood, was hell Monday evening, .. The Dodge-size compact. Dart.
Oct 19, at the home of Mrs. L. C If you like to live a little. we'd like

Kickliter in Eldorado Heights. .. to let you in on something big. Dart I is the fun compact

it. vote Janet Program Ricou. committee presented Mrs.chairman James, ) with big ideas. About beauty Comfort Ride Savings.

Minter of the League of Women f Styling is crisp, clean and 4
Voters as guest! speaker Mrs. M inter -- so boldly sculptured that you almost forget ; ,'
gave a non-partisan! talk concerning this is an economy car. 1 \1
the upcoming, general election r-- Choose brand of spice from 10 exciting ':
for and electJOHN I your s ..')
I. .W.
Members brought cleaning supplies Dart models. !
for the Pioneer Occupational 4 mil Everything from the hold-on-to-your-hats $' ..v'f'f

Center, Port Salerno as part of [pl' .5 Dart GT convertible to the trailblazing "
their I committee
4-door wagon. Power? Choose one of "J:

projectMr. 2 thrifty Sixes or 2 hustling VS's. : s,' t, $

and Mrs. C S. Edwards" Go Dart for'65. You won't miss any of the fun. ". )) '1.. 1:.: ..r... ,'.4't
F. ( JACK ) Cleveland Avenue have as their Dodge comes on big for'65 . ,iI' W' : ) :,: ,

guests, her sister and m>ther-ifto Dart Coronet Polara Custom 880 Monaco \ .. :::, 1
Uw Mr. and Mrs Benedict Rasp 'I
of HomewooJ. III. who art here .
for a owcekli.. iL .
65 Dodge Bart .,
Matthew GiUoo of Philadelphia .
Is a new resident of the Grace .
: I Apartments, Camden Aveniw. OOOSa aMarnN GAY lMna i/ArYnNga ,

i The American Legion .Auxiliary -
will meet Monday evening and .
Democratic County Commissioner District 3 | member are reminded to bring See an the new Dodges on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer's .
for the Joy Shop,
in their gins

: f t.rt. tglsbt" as..n_..Uz I the and sale also planned to bring for In rummage the near for future U L M E R MOTORS 301 SOUTH DIXIE STUART, FLORIDA

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'' n Mr and! Mrs. Ernest Davis of THE STUART (florida) NEWS
New York arrived\ last weekend I Tlmrsffft. October 22, 1964 S-D
to spend the winter at their St.
t SOCIAL NEWSOffice I ucie (rescent horn*. sut, rs of Miami Mr. Saunders '
is a former resident of Stuart
Mr und Mrs Robert .
Reed of --- ---- -- -- -
AT 7.1550 Fist Fifth, Street had as their The average distance from the I
MARY LINDSAY. Society EditorElection guests Sundav Mr and Mrs. Tracy earth to the moon is 2)9,(XX()) miles
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| of Officers and Trustees: I
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I I \ Gala Annual Dinn SaturdayFor '. THAT I YOUR NEXT


t'II \ the ii iII IS

III Historical Society" HereReservations -....-- || ISABEL EVANS

have been closed ice H.,irtman, Mr and Mrs Frank Maurice Hartman will nominate I

week in advance and a group Wood and Mr. and Mrs. cJ ward I the following slate of officers and I
of approximately 100 member of Oasson trustees t to nerve during .the new I r I) c
[the Martin County Historical So-I Honored guests include Mr. and fiscal ye.r. Nominations from the I
d I icty and their guests will attend Mn Harmon P. Elliott Mr. and floor will also he considered | H A
y [ the annual dinner meeting this Mrs F. W. I Dutton. and Mr. and I Roland l Mcrrell. president; M
I Saturday evening at the Manatee I Mr*. Fred F. Brown. Mr. Dutton vice N
r, George K. Perkins president;
IC I Club Restaurant The hospitality producer of outstanding II O
many I II
Roland G. Lucder vice president; ;
nIt hour is from 6 to 7 p.m.. I films will show one of his latest! I 1)
I which a dinner program will City by the St. lucie donated Mrs Hugh Willoughby.. vice president C
Charles R. Schad treasurer;
I offered : I II
'to the Elliott Museum film library
and Mallory L. Johnson, attorney It
y Hosts and hostesses include Mr. I by Fred F. Brown of New York
I and Port Sewall. Trustees nominated are: Mrs I)
e Mn Roland Mcrrell Mr and I I V
I', R. L. Bohner Mrs. T. R. Cham.I
J Brian Frazier Mr. and The nominating committee composed
1 hers Mrs I illiun Dassori Harmon
g M P. Nelson Mr and Mrs I of M P. Nelson J. Brian R. C T
I O Raincy Mr. and Mn Maur I Frazier George Perkins, and P. Elliot! Ralph T
t Fernon 1. Brian Frazier Maurice i 'ate
Hartman, Ralph Hartman Jr., |, .
It Francis B. Heagy. W. M. Kipling C.' I'
Ite Special Representatives from er. Captain W. R. Laughon, John I .
L. McQuigg. M. P. Nelson Clifton -
Sanor, Kirs Clark Shepard Robert
WilL BE IN OUR SATAN AIL 1).\\' R, Thurston E. C Wareheim.1
Mrs. Ross Wilhum. '. ISABEL EVANS has NOT yet won that

MONDAY, OCT. 26 Wolf F. E.. Mrs Wood.Roland I I. nunn, and office. She does! have an opponent (from

the opposition party
Please Phone for AppointmentPOWDER
Road Department
the scholastic
Getting Ready to MUOK CitMKtL::"\ JUK C. MIRKIII., standing. becomes comptroller of the L S Air Forceon :
PUFF Extend Road 714 Nov. I He is shown while visiting here list weekiih, him art his wife, Martha. seated lilt training!, supem'sory)' office experience,
and his brother and i.ter.in.lfw, Mr and Mrs Roland l Merrell. (IIIilh Pepi. the "poodle'), whose' the true desire and\ ability to completely
BEAUTY SALONNear The State Road Department is South Fork home! the Jack Merrclls wen visiting General Merrell bcomes a liutennni general on Nov I revise and modernize the SUPERVISOR [
addition 'borrow' I
\, Stuart Pat OfficeManaged along State Road 714 (IMartin t Brother of Roland Mcrrell OF REGISTRATION office.
: Dash Highway)) indication that it is --

b.I 117 E. 7th St, Stuart by Vlrrfe- Dial %117.4983II additional about ready four to miles call of bids the on road an ISABEL EVANS has the >'Cluthrul'i
included in the current budget Major General Jack Merrell Is to handle the big job ahead.

_c--_ .11 ISADEL EVANS says, "I. will conductthe

Visitor May Retire to County office on n NON. 'ARTISAN hasis,

for the good! of all the people of Martin

County. I earnestly ask for the of
By BUNNY ABBOPT Smith Fork home of Roland and IV45, he held various. stuff johs.conimunded ; support
, ai sal? The next comptroller of 1 Iht Jane Merrell, as they did recently I. : Klndley Air lorceHas nil voters, regardless! of party nffiliation."

I United Suits Air tutor was vacationing General' Mcrrell's new |job will in Bermuda from I mv. .M.I; (imsimirriiATISABEL
in Martin County again not mean any change of location commanded" transport units In the
last week and although retirement He I la already at the Pentagon states; wa* graduated from t hAir e
it still much a few made year off his, he mindto has building I in Washington, D. C.. War Ckillego at Maxwell. Ala., EVANSIS
pretty up as director of budget for the Air
reside here when his service and eventually became: director of
Force. He'll merely move into anew .
days are over. office tome the first' of the budget
Major; General Jack G. Merrcll month (e'1fhl l Merrell' i I. married lo YOUR NHXTSUPERVISOR
-he gets his. third Mar on Nov. I t"urn'er" ( Marsha lluwett,' of r
A graduate of West Point, class Dallas, Ics) and they have 'two
I when 'be lakes on the antptrollcrJobin { -
of I IV19, General Merrell Warned OF REGISTRATION
j the brother of Roland children, a son. Jack: Jr. I"ud.|
Mcrrell. vice president and trust his flying at Randolph' and Kelly steel with a ".nlll'' Arlington, Va.. ,
Air Force bases and Instructor (0"01' ruIVb.t. A.I.diaa.sri' 1
d' officer of the First National Bankof was an and! a daughter, Suzanne. married
1 Stuart and he and his wife are at Randolph !before helpIng I to I Lieutenant I rank I O Miller Jrof 1
to open up the primary flying the U._S. Corps of Fnilineff"
'to our area having
no strangers .
school at Lakeland I which he later -
vacation' at the
spent previous commanded Both United Stale I __ I
---- and \British cadet learned to fly

Jr:IN ROW SPEAKS: at lakeland
10( MXKflAKII.S: I Following bombardment training
he was posted 1 to the United I
On Monday Oct 26 Jean Ron I "Kingdom' and became deputy
of the Provencal league of Women group commander! and subsequent I
Voter will be speaker at the
y ly commander of i heavy bom
.,:.1 regular monthly I meeting i of thelocal bardmenl group there 1 '', ,gr. s t
chapter of National, Secretaries this In June, t
... 1J Returning lo country
< Association at 7:30 pm at the
office of the Committee of I 100( '
at 20) West Ocean Boulevard Her Mr and! Mrs Anton Rastallerof .
An letter all
open to topic will be non-partiwm' Allscirelaries Madison/. Avenue returned lust
are welcome. i Wednesday' from a two-week visit"
with relative in Cleveland, Ohio.
Citizens of Martin County Robert Mapp ot Washington. I While there, 'their daughter and
D. C.. arrived from Cape Kennedy hushaiMl. Mr and! Mr.. U IXAmato .
last week for a short viml' with observed their wedding .
It has com io my attention that there U Mm doubt that I can continue his parents. Mr, and Mrs. Edward I.. the Rastnlters
both my medical practice and the dulls of County Commissioner If Mapp were accompanied back lo Stuart .
.l. t.d. If this to th. then all the commissioners do ,
caae preaent cannot by their: son. Steven and hi* wife" Irsrw
Justice to their respective professions or businesses and their county lob. Mr and Mrs. Jacob Korrher who are here for a short visit. ; 5. .4'j -
have returned to their home on Monday. they all drove ui fort -
Firat I do not Inland to neglect I my medical practice for thus to my life Overlook Drive from Pompano l Lauderdale to visit relative and .
a. well as my livelihood. From the first day of my arrival In this countyI Beach where they enjoyed a three- also enjoyed having dinner at {ab trdssv' ,
hire entered Into civic affair projects and responsibilities and have week slay Patricia Murphy. J Restaurant" 4 ,7 k
been abl. to budget my time with neither my practice nor my responsibilities .
suffering. After all I am a clilsen a property owner a tax
payer, a business man. a lath., and an ordinary Individual Interested In
s the government of the place In which IU.,..
The fact that my medical practice involves more time than the average
profession stilL offlc. hours are by appointment and only emergencies
Monthly RnicwClII be a
found in the current practical
the time Therefore, neither would suffer
may upset pattern. position
l from the other. aid to you at aa Investor.' Whether yon seek growth cws
stake or cyclical Issues income stock or utilities youll ,
Secondly the medical profession has an ever Increasing Interest In government find them grouped a. such for your convenience fa aJJl- ;
whether U be local, state or national and we are encouraged to.lI.Ier lion pertinent statistic recent price dividend yield, ,
Into our local government. Our well rounded education uniquely canutip and price/earning ratio are contained for each
qualifies us to exert leadership In whatever endeavors w. participate. For ..over 140 nock In alL Many investor find this featureof M Are
example there are doctors on school boards mayor. of towns and cities the "Review" invaluable as a ready reference >la their y ou
and In this national election: there are 14 doctors running for Congress. In
fact Dr. Julian Parker was elected to the school board in this county and search: for new values. Whoever Ors

served some If years while being practically the only doctor In the county. The 'Review" also contains propei report on four companies RT'

Finally had I thought that this dual rol. would cause either to suffer ...AIR PRODUCTS, FORD MOTOR GtMBCLBROS pttL
I would] not have acceptedth. appointment by my party. I searched] my and TEXTRON. Mad the coupon. tor your copy. R +
conferred with of and friends and all .. -.. ..... rU8pcO1OR
mind and many my colleague we -- ------ ------- --- --- f
agreed that there was no basic coaiHct In both paths. I have a reepon pbsM Mf use*our anent-MoMhly K.vk *k*soelatas re* and b1o or lasts
slbllity to my patients which I Intend to keep and that responsibility Swart*Ua of e er I N Mwka
flews over Into any endeavor. reay. fly snot urlsercuIndln

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;: COUNTY COMMISSIONER there I* dairy market new and awn,.. I II Martin County Motor Re-Winding

i 5:J0.-S<*u>t] WIRA l. on your dial
Third District. November 3
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6.D THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS! James 77. lisleCelebrates BI-COUNTY COUNCIL
Thursday October 22, 1964 60th MEETS AT WAJmtLO I Kiplinger Magazine

Warfield School: Parent Teacher
Association host to the Bi.
was r
H. Lisle celebrated his
sixtieth James birthday Oct. 17 at his County Council Monday evening a }
INDIANTOWNNEWS home. Oct 19.meeting An interesting was held.and informative I Advises on College'Don't

His sister from Tallahassee, Mil
dred Wiklcr, L. A. Lisle a brother All parents are invited to join
from Auburndulc; and a school: the local PTA and help to make delay the paper work"is Interviews: Arranging a visit to
friend, Mrs. Loi.se Brock of Mayo; Martin County schools the best. I $ the advice from Changing Times, the campus is an excellent idea
MRS. DOROTHY McALLISTER Lister i Lisle, a brother, of West the Kiplingcr magazine at Wash but set a date with the admis
Correspondent 5972557MMNHMMMMMMMMMMMMM Palm Beach and Glenn Brock Youth Crusade 'I'r 1I'L ington. D. C.. to the 1,400,000 sions office up before arrive
his wife, son, dau and students who will enter collegefor you
> two children, of Sebastian, visited Proves SuccessThe the first time next fall. I Those entrance exams: Checkthe
Brocks A the October college catalogs to see which
over the weekend. The one-page guide in
Youth Crusade! held at
Mitchell-Gordon were formerly of Indiantown.In Dunklin Memorial Baptist Church + issue, on applying for college, ones are required and rememberyou
all, thirty people were in and in Indiantown on Oct. 17 was a covers these eight points for high must sign up in advance with
Wedding Oct. 24Mr. out of the Lisle home for the oc great success. There were about school seniors: I your principal or counselor for
casion. 100 persons present from Fort 5 j I Choosing the college: Make a. the specific tests you plan to take.
Pierce, Wabasso! Stuart, Tropical ;fY realistic appraisal of your qualifications The news may be good or bad:
and Mr*. Keith Mitchell 4-11) Club MeetsThe Farms and Indiantown. and compare them with What if you are turned down ev
announce the engagement and coming Special music was sung by Ann requirements of the colleges you're erywhere The magazine suggests
marriage of their daughter, 4-H Club of Indiantownmet Harrison Joann Williams, Carol I considering. I obtaining information on colleges
Nora Ann, to A. Earl Gordon. the literature: Allow plenty -
Monday night at : Yoder, Cheryl Adriance, Myra Study with openings from three centers
The wedding vows will be ex at the Indiantown i i:3glutm.: : Jackson and Beverly Yoder. Miss of time to look over the delugeof set up to match students with col
changed Saturday afternoon. Oct. Officers of the club are: president Yoder played for the special and literature. Don't be oversold leges!: that will take them.
24 at 2 p.m. at the Church ofChrist Diane Howard; vice president also for the regular music andMis in formal
Get applications : Make
in Indiantown.The Sandra McAllister; secretary- Josie Hogan played her accordion r I shoul.l have money for at least!
bride-elect attended Mar treasurer, Karen Wood; county i Vernon Strickland of Fort '. application to no more than ,II the first semester's bill in band!
tin County schools. The bride council representative D e b r a Pierce was the speaker. I four or five schools. (The earlier when von enroll.CLOSING .
groom-elect' is the von of Mr. Snipes; song leader, Sue Wheeler, After the service, refreshmentswere I ; you file, the better.)
and Mrs. Earl Gordon Sr., and and reporter Judv Sheltra. I served by the ladies of the I Recommendations: As important :'\ POSTPONEDL.
as the interview are !sensibly selected
also! attended Martin County Refreshments were served by Dunklin Memorial Baptist! Church. recommendations. "Kudos M. Johnson's request for closing
schools. Howard and Mrs. James ees.4 dot
Talmadge 'MW
( from an 'influential' who of a road which is part of Indiana -
All friends of the couple are Wood. A skit was given by 4-H PERSONALS I knows you only vaguely person are all ,I Avenue in Stuart Farms was
invited to attend the members Gayle Wood Tony Mc.
wedding. but worthless" says Changing I ) tabled to the Oct. 27 meeting
Allister, Sandra McAllister, Jinx Miss Diane Barkkelmer of Hobe Times. Tuesday when AI Reddish objected.
Mrs. Wanda Prevail and Miss I Nickle, Karen Wood Valeria Sound spent the weekend with I ----------
Juancll Prevatt attended the home Wood, and Carla Franklin. Miss i lanolin Clements of I Indian- I L

coming services at the First Baptist The are: president,
Church of South Bay on Sun. David Howard; vice president town.Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Beach Jr. New Boats Boats Old BoatsThis
day Oct. 18. After the services Tony McAllister; secretary: Man Smith Melton and Linda MacArthur, at the Youth-
and son Ralph HI (Stymie), have YOUTHPOWER SPEAKERS were Phyllis Terry
spent t the afternoon with Mr. uel Snipes; treasurer, Brcck Justice
they moved from their home on Third held last at Parker School, Stuart. The ladies are from boat
and Mrs. J. H. Harrell of South ; county council representative power Banquet Friday Elementary young is the place to buy any type
Bay and Mrs. R, L. Barrett of Bud Slay, and reporter, Carl Hoi- i Street where they have resided for Hobe Sound, the young man from Fort, Pierce
Belle Glade. brook. plei.a year. They are now living in Na you want at the best possible price

JOur Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Avera and children, Tammela and Cheryle, CATHEDRAL HULLS V-BOT1OMS
Youthpower Program
menu is a passport to gracious dining sons, Philip and Ronnie, were the have returned home to Montgom I AND JUST PLAIN BOATS
guests of Casey Coursey, Mrs ery, Ala., from a visit here with
Avera's brother, and their many her Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
friends in Indiantown.
Biesecker, and their son, Paul. 'Held October 15th

ROAST LOIN OF PORKWITH Miss the Gloria of Kramer Miss Janet of Stuart McAllister Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Joe Mills Just Received 18 New 1965
was guest
STUFFING $ Tj for the week-end. and son, Danny, spent the weekend Some sixty representatives! ol sort nationwide activity. West Bend Outboard Motors
CHOICE OF TWO SIDE DISHES to Miss La. with Mr. Mill's parents and! I eighteen of Martin County's youth Late in 1964 and early in 1965, I
1 Congratulations sister Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mills organizations attended the Youth1 thousand of teen-agers will par
ROLLS and BUTTER COFFEE or 1EA Verne Sowers who celebrated her from 3l/z to 80 hp Be sure so see these
1 banquet held at Parker Elc- ticipate in state, city and local
CHOICE OF DESSERT Miss Sowers was "sweetsixteen' and DeLane Mills, la Hosford.! I power .
Birthday; on Monday Oct 19. While there they visited with Mr. I mentary School, Stuart, on the Youthpower events. The nationwide wizards in engineering before buying
will he climaxed at
Mills' paternal and maternal grand evening of Thursday Oct. 15. program
POWELL'S DINER & MOTEL Congratulations to Miss Star parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mills The program of the evening included the National Youthpower Congress
Wall, who celebrated her twelfth and Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. McAllister. : brief talks on nutrition and scheduled March 24-27,
birthday on Wednesday Oct. 21. They returned home Sunday the important part that a proper( 1965, in Chicago. BAILEY BOAT
U. S. No. 1 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF BRUMES Mr, and Mrs Richard Norman Oct. 18. diet plays in the life of a teen. Miss Martha Burdine, home co.

We are now day for the winter in Miami visit. ager. Making these talks were Linda demonstration agent for Martin
open every spent the weekend Miss Sparke Dustin and Miss MacArthur and Phyllis Smith JENSEN BEACH
"A SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL" ng Mrs. Norman'i father. Sandra Mixon visited Mr. and of Kobe Sound, and Terry Mel- County organized the evening's

Mrs. Connie LaFramboise andYOUR Mrs. Calvin Peacock: : and family, ton of Fort Pierce. I program. ..
Ann Jerry and Terry, and other They pointed out that most t .
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friends in Pahokee. teen-agers have an extremely poor

r .......... I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Raulerson diet, meaning that young peopleeat I
and family David Dougie, and too many "empty calorie*" SAT. LAST DAY
i Diane, have moved back to In These are defined as foods that
: diantown from Hobo Sound. give one calories but little or no

; i iI' DUNKLIN GROUPS TO i MEET Serving as chairman for the 1ur
evening was Beverly Snipes of
The Faye Taylor Society of the Kobe Sound, who with Linda Mac-
; MONEY Duklin Memorial Baptist Church Arthur were delegates from this '
, will meet at the church Monday, area to the Slate Youthpower Conference .
I Oct 26 at 7:30: p.m. All women in Tallahassee last year. a
I interested in
missionary! activityare
is for
Youthpower specifically
invited( to attend. (
the benefit of America's 23,000,.
EARNS MORE The Carolyn Dubberly Societyof 000 teenagers It provides a new MEN'S SLACKS
to learn about the
the Dunklin Memorial Bal'tIo.tChurch opportunity r r
t'1 will meet at the churchat vital importance of food, and the ,
\ 1:30: Tuesday afternoon, Oct. thousands! of food-related! career Wash and Wear ;
INVESTED AT 17 Every member is urged to orportu nil ie.. $798 rtQ r
attend and bring a guest. Youthpower is a noncommercial : Regular $8.98
educational program sponsored
by food industry companies and I
Money Hobe Sound News organizations who produce, mar.
I ket process and distribute Amer file.
invested by leas high quality food supply Local -
MRS EVA CAMPBELL state and national committee
the 15th earns Correspondent 546-3911 direct the program. The National

t Food Conference Association spon-

interestnom INTEREST PTA Carnival Men's TrousersI \ i

the First I to let them score a perfect bulls- HJy5 ,
COMPOUNDED: I Regular $12.98 /

QUARTERLY: Sat. Oct. 24 eye.Mrs.. Grace Presser' in charge
of the kitchen, says that the serving 2 PAIRS $20
Offend lu Florida. Resident. Only The main fund raising affair of of dinner will begin a little
the year by the Hobe Sound Par. earlier this year, at 4 p.m. and v, to
cnt Teacher Association will bea continue so long as there Is anything .
First Mortgage Corp. carnival Saturday on the !school left to calf For 85 cents for Bonus Thurs. Fri. Sat. Only +
grounds. Delmar Veech and Tom an adult's plate and 50 cents per ,
Beauford. co-chairmen, say that child's serving the menu includes
01-' SIUART this will be the biggest ever, with such items as ham or turkey, yams e IN OUR
fun for all the family and home-made noodles and rolls. STORK
}:usl l Ocean Blvd, AcniM from the t'owlhous In Stuart Dial AT 7-012) The small fry will parade I n "We guaralce you will have a
their new Halloween costumes at ball" says President Pete Hand, .. All department
Corner Atlantic Ave.. and Indian River 1 Dr. hi Ft Pierce, Dial HO 1-3160 5 p.m. with prizes In the offing for "We hope to see you there." 1 Included scope

the witches, and .. special sale priced
ghosts goblins. Q
194S 30th Street JO 2-2300 Vero Beach:
There will be cake walks a fishpond FIRS r11) DEMONS: : RATION: fIII/IIIIII"" 1 mcrchandikc.

dart games and an auction There will be an open meeting a -
and plant sale. i of the Hobo Sound First Aid Squadat
r4 Anyone who i Is so Inclined(, will 8 p.m., tot 22, at the civic
3 r have the opportunity! to throw wet center building. 10 % OFF !
I .wrr sponges at whoever Is standingstill Mrs. Ruth Thomas has announced -

!behind the sheet long enough that a representative! froma I
stretcher manufacturing company
will speak: and demonstrate i Us
non-traumatic carrier, which is a Discontinued
stretcher-type apparatus designedfor Women's Bedroom SlippersOne
MEANS BUSINESS the transportation of people Styles
BURNS with back and neck injuries. group Specially Priced.
This is bound be interest. $149 $249
to an h'' LADIES' KEDS, Regular $2.4 to $3.98 to
ing and informative meeting Mrs.
OEM. Thomas has extended l invitations KEDETTES,
to other squads in the area and all Summerettes GIRLS' JACKETSOne
other persons are welcome to at
tend.BAKK!. W.'!.bk Casual. !Soon group of leather-like jaK"etv.
gtet- Reg. $3.99 to $5.99 AD weather. In sign 7 to 14.Rrg. .
t w $698 $898
The Youth Fellowship group of $1.... Reg. $11.98
the Community United Presbyterian -
/ HAYDON Church of Hobo Sound will $ 99cTo
hold a bake sale in front of the Don't Miss Our Famous
I p post office Saturday morning Oct $$2.49
24. It will begin at 9 *m. and
ri' continue as long as there is BARGAINTABLE
to sell.Recently .
.. '
: .
1' BURN'S completing the advanced
\ Red! Class course: in fir*
< I aid were Rev. Francis Dkksoo, Odds aced rod ., matt ..,..... Fabprlcea. .....
James W. Dixon, and Jay H. Real Ira taw Coose ...,.
Mans. Congratulation* h) these
men for a job well done.

GOVERNORt I Schwalm Happy who birthday was given Id a,Fred party Stuart Department Store

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t JI I ii_ ; BEST QUALIFIED I I bors.Circulation increase have been "}'our Dollar Buys More At the Quality Store"

I| registered by daily acwsr pen in CORNER St. WOE AND FLAGLEX IN DOWNTOWN' SILARTe
r"HI thdak.l. I moot sections. of the woo since
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