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: November 5, 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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vnl w 13 Per Cent Voted Here; Machines at Polls Were SwatntedMartin

News oa Folks From Th. J' 6 6 66" __

I RamblingReporter I r A ''At ? V Went Goldwater and Holley; I

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Saunderson Evans Greenlees 'In


1>1". George Oltlcnbcrg, Ait- e'f: S'yw i I i
kin Minn., who was Mrs. Ruth
FroiUnd when she used to work ., Election ; Bronson I II
for The Stuart News back in 1945
dropped by the newspaper! : office 4
la say hello Tuesday. 1 m simply $; .'
amazed at how Stuart has grown r Abolished Is Senate e
and changed," she declared. "1 *
had a hard time finding the places v r I
and the people I used to know"

i'..' TrusteesI I Winner


1 he annual Hairdresser' Charity Voting on thirteen proposed 1 ho elephant look" a beating nationally

B.dl.it scheduled to .Hart at 9:30: constitutional amciklntenit and and in Florida, but 1M
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at Port I abolishing Martin school! trustees sure kicked the donkey around in

M. Lucie Country Club, with 1 I, was largely responsible for slowing I I Martin County.
"Good Night Ladies" to be play. up voting in Martin County t't' t This county went Republican
ed at 1:30: a.m. Sunday in
Tuesday and achieved mixed re the presidential race and) for
,tRUN.WAY the first tune In its. history in tholJov.rnor'l
suits. The school board
and "
race- that hot
was voted out. breath which three local: Demo
Here are. the results,: I' critic: winners fell on their heel
The Sunday calm was broken 1 1. Apportionment:; aguinst! 1870; came: from Ci.O.P. candidate juat
for half an hour shortly after 10 for, 1684. a "hop and a skip be hil'<1.
Sunday morning when a run-away "ITS MINET cry Junior Janet Smiley, left, and Senior Jane Raphel, at they rehearse for the annual 2. Terms of Olfice Created by ref Barry Coldwaicr. received 4,.
chimpanzee performed for residents Powdcrpuff classic at Long Field Saturday night at 8. legislature.. : against, 1680; for, i lOV vutes here a subtuntlal ma
61t Holiday Trailer: Park. Thechimp IhOH. /jonry over Lyndon Johnwn'. J,.
first observed' running: back Seniors Plan 'Science, Dazzle 3. School Bonds for Capital 1 44.1.' Fur the first time since the
and forth across U, S. 1 fled to Outlay" against t. 1697\ ; lot, 1615. county was formed, a Republican::
the park when its Vero Beach own- I 4. Principal of Slate School candidate for governor, Charles P.
er appeared in a station wagon. It I.Fund to Remain Inviolate: against! llollcy received., more vote than
climbed a trailer awning Norman. Annual 'Powderpuff Game :I. 1777; for I 1538. I his Democratic; opponent, Haydofl
the Earl Putnam patio 5. Appointment or Election; of Burn' The score was: Halley 3,* I
nor of inducement could bring it County School Superintendent in 383: Burns, 3,381. i
down until a motorist who said Certain' Counties; against, 1830; I This result ctnikl: conceivably: be
he was a visitor from' England, Set for Saturday Nov. 7The for, 1630. changed! when 342 abwntre .ballot*
stopped his car and came over. ; 6. Appointment or ,'EJcction of are tallied Wednesday. afternoon I
The chimp welcomed him like a School ',' ; In the uHMul
County : Superintendent, : vote canvass No
long-lost unknown,friend.grabbed& The him owner, put Dame him seniors apparently expect Geri Nanny Bonnie Sue Brown, Junior (boys will be cheerleader Taylor {'ountt: for, 1917\ ; aguuut, AY ",:$ Jt rb4URWA'S absentee. voles arc counted: l In the
to dazzle the juniors with science Barbara Chiklen! Danctte Baker and a junior "King" will be 1189. unofficial figure given here, A
in the station and then be.
wagon I 7. Continuity of Government; new governor, llaydon hums snub hIM wife, Mildred total of 1.944 voles were In.
in the annual Powdcrpuff game at and Suzan Barbour, guards! and crowned.
labored the animal with"You'r.tma 'fed Long Field, with kick-olf time: Evelyn Harris, flossy Moody. Pat Turn out and see it Saturday (for, I 1917\ ; against t. 1189. shown on their quit lo Stuart lust F'rkluy! Hums defeated( Kepuh- eluding: absentees' ", out o( IQ.wf'
bystander mighty remarked.rough "Got him to a set for 8 p.m. on Saturday, No*. 7. ty Jo Miller and Linda Mattern, night, folks. It will be a lot of I 8. Commissioner of Agriculture heats Charles P. I Idriley statewide, but Martin County gave Holley eligible, or .about 7J per cent.:
I center. Duties: for. 1699; against, 1372. a slight edge Negroes voted unanimously fie.
teach him not to jump out! the 'At least, that' the impressionone I fun. I 9. Civil Trial in Branch Court
.. Johiutm. There was not .
one VHM-
man said. From the look on th.chimp' gets from the fact that three ---- --
face, it won't be long itO member of the science depart. I I house in Dad CountyV for, 1589; for Gohlwatw in Precinct; II, Liu. f I
against 1262.: i Broudwuy Street 1 1.J lltimt tie Dlaie. or Precinct 13. BNket
Renwkk I \
he jumps out again. 1 !meat George Oeorge G.A. Construction Is
IU NiMuW of JuuratitCircuits '
to -"MIl'> > .
Yarboro and Ray Robert are ...craw _"" r.---.",. _. _. Park at Indiuniown. ,p
coaching the seniors, a number of I ; for, \\Kff.; again,j .("John $Mack) SaufldvrMMi, Port
1; ENTER: YOUR FLOAT whom are making their l second Erect New Fair I ., 1376. SuMlK kept hi it County Cixnniw..
IN CHRIS I MAS PARADE Powderpuff appearance.. I Building I 11. Additional Method of Risk.. j Wanted: a Solomon ion teal. by 3ft67 vote over V3J6 .
I inc or Amending the Constitution;
The annual .Christmas parade Archie Martz ia couching the given lo his Republican op<<
I G. A. Construction award vice against I93H; for 1125. ,
wt Wylie a pant president'Mrs. e Dr William O. Myen of
which escort Santa Claus into juniors who beside having youth -
I ed the contract to construct the Spvwirt" treasurer: Harry Higgins( I 12. Intending Period of Time IWw Sound. ,
Stuart will be sponsored again by on their tide hope to make in
up I president; Guy Boyd, Mlw Martha for Second Oas Tax; against, i860; To Solve ProblemWanted Jam* Watson of Golden Oate j,
the Junior Woman's Club of Stuart enthusiasm what they luck la ex new exhibit building at the Mar fur, 1299. a I {
Burdinc, Andrew Ferrara, it Republican '
on Dec. 5, Commercial entriesare perience. ,. tin County Fair ground al the 13. Sarasola County Homestead 1 ; gas vtturan Damo >!
I George Hoytlston, P. O. Thomas erall Senator Irlo Bronaon! of i
welcome and will for
compete Since the Powdvrpuff game is Fair Association meeting, Monday and Clifford Rau Ie nUll. Exemption: against/ 1633; for Solonum.Al Klsslnmtce a claw:! race In Martin
a plaque. Here a good chance; to one of the main features I 1426. : One Hie third ""Utl"". signed by \
help. emphasize! that Stuart It Mar of the juniors money-raising, it usually attracts evening Nov. 2. The bid wa $ll.: A Christmas parade committeewas Abolishing Martin School Trustees least t. so It would! appear after fifluen resident of ttruadwiy, County with a tally of 3.0VS\ 14 I
tin County's Christmas shopping 719.! : Other bids were MBC formed composed of Mrs three petition on street lighting sated for street light on their/ Bronnon 3,43 -although Bron
a good crowd, and it is : yes, 1937: no, 1265>> /
center hoped that Saturday' game is no, Construction! 13,780.00, and II Barbara IJndncy Miss |ivy. Mur- In! the Broadway Section of strut without' any qualificativn, was 358, won In OkMchobve with a vote of 1417 lo
w exception. L. & H. Builders> $13,478.00. Completion lon and Henry Higgins &uarl were discussed by 'the City The nn>(km carrlctl 1 unanimously County and
Jack Sunietk spoke, on behalf Coitimikslun; Monday. by the CI"nmlllll" oat lo theeffect 4gJ6 to 2,426m Osceola.( hug
2 ANGLING MARKS The senior squad comprises: dale was set for Feb 1 I. Span Is Closed lawn county: lit three-CiNinry to*
of the
Junul'onflCfYat Uf'Iuh., thai C'rttwdef work out the
UKRK Charlotte Walsh, fullback Meg 1965 I The first petition, signed! by till
BROKEN ; was: Brooton, V.5J8 Watson
Eire, Judy Lisle. Gloria Kramer. I L. M. Johnson* secretary, out- which desire; to help beautify the about fifty .U

Two new Stuart Sailfish Tour.the Judy Weiklo. Susan Coulter, Cynthia lined several item* to be completed fairgrounds. Over the Canal street lights Iq be installed. on Ma 'liton l- all concerned: Joseph, ,. S. Oretnlees, the DemM
namciU records were set during DeBartolo, Susie Been and before the next fair including a Avenue. The second algrwd critic candidate/ Wit elected *cho<>|
summer tourney which ended Oct. JoAnne Williams, Jan permanent installation of a food by} ahiMii twenty, some of whom hoard
halfbacks; member, with 3.657
On Road ,
31. Mrs. Lila L Walling( of Lees- Leighton, flankerback, and On)UsGooJburn center in one of the' buildings i construction Jack Raymond Was Loop a/M/" > signed the first petition, Mul New Code Conies but Mr.*. DOOM Rowell. Kepubli/
I burg boated I cobia weighing six the* I and Judy Gilson! quar of concrete t block walls Cur Crash VictimJack ed that street light WIT "not wanted Received by City can vandidtiie, was nut far behind
ty-eight pounds beating i terbacks. Linemen are: Myra Jackson between the three buildings where The bridge aero the St. Lucia IA,the .'Il.1l they comprised with 3,203.
previous best, sixty-four! pounds M. J. Unda MacArthur Linda Hall there i il now a wire fence and Raymond seventeen, a Canal at the Arundel Shop"* on creoHitcd pole, bare bulb of Three copies of the new codification ; Isabel Evan, Democrat: won
eight ounces of Rochester, caught, by N. Y.. in I' Joan Bradt, Mary Conrad. and Joan erection of light poks and: installing former high school student here, State Koad 76A Loop Road, will overhead wirt : of city ordinance have heavily over Gladys Alma.. I'Ii for
Buckpitt winter of 1958-39. Ernest 3. ', Brantner, tidE Linda Bergen I J"l'n: in the parking lot: in front wa one of seven youth' killed at be closed fur the next week at Although there wa no petition been received from the compiler, sopotvisor of registration by 4,. I
the of Jackson Heights Sherrie Johnson, Paty Zuni and. of Rescue Shelter This I Union Springs, N. Y.. when a car Mint. Fred Bell. county .engineer, to.that elfect City .Maaageg.Joe' City Attorney T T. Oughurson m, to 2i72.f .
Desharnais look mackerel !this Marty Ormsbce, tackles; Mary area has been leaned.. for parking. In which they were riding struck announced Monday I t/owder stated that there were low! City Cuinmisskm' Monday. In Conceding defeat; the Remih.Ikan .
N. king
Y. which a Ella Leather, Sandra Bailey. Ann I Mrs. Thomas Spowart Jreasur. a tree last weekend. Several teeth are missing" from nun r"klent.IIlCh/ side. of the They are currently being checked : I candidates for local office
summer, weighed the fifty-one Harrison! Dotti Fox Theresa er, read the auditor' report which i Hit brother Kenneth Raymond the gear, Bell said, and the old. sired. who wanted UM"- tight/ only by city official>> and will soon (Continued on Page 2-A)
pounds, eclipsing mark fortystvenpound set: Krueger, Rosa Jackson, Karen I wa accepted' by- the group.Member of Rio, and Mr*. Raymond, attended type mechanism! will have" to p if the pots were on the opposite 'be prepared In final form for an
Marvin eight-ounce Schaeffer of New Yorkin by Maze, Dede Via and belay Noursc. of the executive the funeral Wednesday at to a foundry at Jacksonville. to be tide of the street 'from their prop enacting ordinance: Uughlerttmsaid. ]
winter of 1952-5J. guards; and Arlene Bedell, OayeSirota board were announced a* follows: Auburn N. Y. repaired arty .
the Sue Retto and Phyllis Smith, Ed Higbee, James Foster J. W. .-- -...- .-.- --- .-- Ambler to Talk
w center: Honey, all past presidents; John
rUNANA RIVER UNIT Junior backs are: Tnh' Taylorand Boncrt. first vice president; Raymond Precinct Count Contested Races On Furthering
LI KID SAM PRIT Penny Skevn. quarterbacks; Smith, second vice president; on

County Commissioner lackSaumlerson Janet Smiley, JoAnne Coulter and L M Johnson secretary Russell .
in charge of parks, Penny Martin, halfbacks; Lana llu. .h m uiwrfrUlul 1 tally complM by The !Stuart New lit brew lime Wednesday. these. WIll'' will be all,*! .by 142 aim. .. Beautification

has received a letter of thank* Martin, Debbie Snipe and Elaine 1i 1-THANKS 10 IIM.FUW ,lret....... board. had and romylclc4 con.Un( abucalte. UfM al our .Ite ,*..., but wit suffltltntly .to J..hunge any remit.*, .
from the Banana River Power wingback*, and] Becky i I Mrtm .
Grin IN 1HE PRECTSCIS (Note Pd Beach River djllftto' | < wIIi. Point P,.. II, Stuart .Negro .Pet 12 County M n' larders
Squadron for the reception the Charlotte Anderson and i : 1. Jensen ; Pet. 2. North Shore Pet boatmen received at Sandsprit Carolyn Cray, fUnkcrback I The Stuart New wishes to thank 3. West Stuart; Pet. 4, Fast Stuart; Pc;&. 5. Port Sewall; Pct.: 6 Tropical Farms; Pet II.. Indianfown/ Negro; Pet 14. Town of Wednesday Nov I II I In the p.m.community on.
Park on a recent cruise. "It wa The junior line will come from; I all who called in the result of Palm City; Pet. 7, Port Salerno Pet J, Hobe Sound.; Pet: 9, I... Ocean lireft Park and Prf.; "15, Kw). vixen of First National;
an enjoyable rendezvous wrote Lilly King, Elsa Da orl, France TursJay't election; or in any.way Hank of Stuart.Pruseclive t .
Martin Christcmen. "We .want to Kotze. Dianne Mean I. Vickie : assisted in compiling the unofficial Prech1l.'bI I 2 J 4 5 fIi 7 g 9 10 (U I 12 13 14 15 Total and friend art invited.. arm.hen

compliment Martin County on its Youngblood and Linda. Lister. election taUy. Although the. Bill Ambler vice prtsidml.; will
well-run park. The custodian were eels; Jean Reidct JuancUe Pitvt -:I final vote were not cat at Hobe PRr.Mlir..Nr- .talk on the progress that hal been
very pleasant and helpful. Janet McAllister, Linda Sound until 9 p.m.. The New Johnson (D) ;: ............., 52 n. 2J7 272 61 l 2WJoUwaler 4)17) 513 M 31 I 34 JI 9 25 109 121 3493S&'lStf made.. In the beautification of U..S.I .
Johnwm, Violet Harmon and Susan I I had a complete rundown "by I 1010.: ( IRI.L....,....._,. 35J 20. 3V6 J5I 160 4JU'u. : :,.V.: 62 ;rr .Ml' I U2 :J5J 4109 to date anal will 11.1RIRFI. mi I. i DESIGN 'TEACHER I .. SKNAIORHolland :'- pro| ct.

A (CD) ......... ....._. 557 111 34J $(11 103 354 521 413 2*# H 2U. .. JII US I 107 117 3914 Many enthusiastic comment

Hill Friends will be of happy Ronnie to and know CUribcl that i Mayor in ProclamationOn KirkK( ) .. _.. ....... ...? 402 153 211 267. .1 IW<< 244. M 409 .114. 47. If" M( I 106 10* 2611 hav. been improvement received) about' sad Ihi*Ray remarkable .

the b now an aaustant design to-I ''n\GRt4\. ':' . r i n:1: r ) c! (}t hid, presided

(Contioood on Page 2-A) Veterans Day Hereof Roger (U' ..,....._... ........? 611 172 410 594 12tj 391Stede 61'( 'lli. W *Vi v4I'1' 119 IW U* 1704673 "prvgrMv II la most designed JinporU/it' to make thai M I"this""rUn -

itt) ..".......:..._ ... : ;: 291 1 IU (IW 191 89 20CGO'l..IL"It 28* 132' 6Z 4f'* 6, >7 i 91 *2 IW'AT County a monr desirable pt.ce
rale Twisting I IBy ; WHEREAS. UM Congress of the: Stuart do hereby caR upon to live and) Stuart a pleasant e*>
I UmtMt State ha designated the :I all cKucn 10 observe Wednesday, -. __ .. .__ ..._ **" patience, I to those who pas. through'"):
JACK JAMES, I ITW eleventh day of November a* a :, New I 11 I, as Veteran Day, remembering Bum (CD) _4_._........._. 486 91 312 JS 73 294Ifedry ; ;idr !.** 33 "iwT'joi i ItJ '<*..' iii Jut receive the whole. hearted supportof
legal holiday known a* Veteran* those who have borne the citl/en that
FLU1UJ C.W OT I RI ...... .. .. Jc1I 416 J6J .47.J *7 w' f> .eh.' IJ In 147 331 every M III U M
Day and dedicated to the cause ,, burden in time of war and resolving ( ) .1' 548 201 .142 48t ff. \ 444| ,, Carried through, .completion..

Regardless of who won the prey' I'f of world peace;; and with one accord to achieve HALE: 81.IA10a8ton101t I AI

UciHial election, there are enough I WHEREAS, the men and worn, i I. just and lasting peace wilt honor : 42O'14. Jtt1 25 21 iw ,w. i UJ w ISO 34M4I4J Last W*.Va We,lbrM.M
Christmas la these United Stale 1 who served in armed force throughout the world. (ID) sad .......".. $I' Ill JOi 'iJ.Ut 'Uf1 j
en our
so male heaven bare ____tell thew _ill.,. We also call it puG aO ciliwn*I Watson (Rh ,.. .. 4J' 174 J4I6 )10 IU n4'fU"L ST IJI bpi 14 71 4 W 124 3W Te.swear. Mara tdw ........
her. M earth tf new to satisfy UM greater obuga* 10 observe Out Veteran* Day with ',,""I"" 1: Zf :: .Ii
they svouU be I tion of their citiMaship;; and appropriate ceremonies and the \( JJ.UUrcnlcn 'n e.aa1.? : ;. ''J} aI'S ...
genuine Christian WHEREAS ',I display" of UM hag of the United I' (, (Di 4'. '4-' 4< J,1,, J41 .5'9 1D4. JJIIl 41 ... JUt:. }lt '4 134 129 9* IM 144 3A574ltt e M_ -: a' rf I.'
*. Iii. laid I, Veteran Day afford Stare at each and every residence I U M 51 1 26 91 II* 3203 8S .."." 'Is: :a: .N
1JfI' that W aH the each of w an orportunjfy ,,': and busMtts firm in a rraffknus- well (RJ) .t. .. 490 I'IJ U6 111 IIJ 304CNIM. -.500II.IJ :: I :
backslidingdwreb I Due only sr. pay AM honor to the bun of our natiotMl! unity. DIT..Js.u. .. -"_"'_..' .'4' ANXNM T_M>-Mn.*,(W were fl.*

would member q. U I I' dmficascd. honorably HMO served and women fa* cir armed whohave I'!I'I set la my WiuwM.band and,Whereof cause the I hereunto official no (ID, ? .._ 5*f ? 'J JI4 412. 104. 305Myers 1126 JIG| 214 31 .14 IM> 116 UO "I I67Jl :Truiu n, I."';'(''T". fnRt Lab... ..J'..t....., .....at..teetyaN1.RTr Pei;

drinking, force in tune of war, but also I teal. of the Clay of Stuart flori- (el, ".... ._. ..y. 419'194 rr 276 384 ..n 142 ,' "1. ; 111 6t M |) 23 9* 11333* : 1
these to n-cmphatize u our determination to be aimed this 3rd day of I : 121 1 111 :;
and :
bag businesses smoking wouldn't overnight have enough to achieve world peace wait baton 1964. SUP: J..cISIWA- ,1,1'.1 1, .:n .... i iua4 ,...
II. ... ...
customer left to keep then p sing .1 RAY R COOKE. Eesss tD3( .n 162 41S 586 1J7 416Akmcgurd fc24 4'1' JOti 40 271 U' 127 119 139 4471 a. }1 f"l

Try a forward slide aatoCteffd NOW, THEWDRE.! WE, the- Mayor. Clay of Stuart tR, .. .. .. U1 U' In 114 11 111 2'1.,6 65 4* S 49 .4 W 99 2172 e::: r. :. Sit :14d.ela :;

*. Sunday 4 City Commiasioner of the err (SEAL) ... '" Pe 054de $:",.44' g.ea: *'tI

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2 A THE STUART (FU.) NEWS Thursday, November 5, 1964 Twenty-nine Elected Witliout Opposition! Two City Areas
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Postal Revenue Stuart Port Office for fiscal year I RamblingContinued Given
IW war $170.01537In I Rezoning
Was in UnooDOsed Democrats Were Endorsed
$1/0,915 \ accordance with Public Law j I I416 ( from Page 1 1'A) !
.- he postal revenue is etatrlnkti Two sections of Stuart v cn'
Past Fiscal Year .. & --- -- -- -
.ky the fiscal year, July I -- I rezoned from RI I-A to R-3 tn
Postmaster Robert! L West has through June 30 of the followingyear. Twenty-nine unopposed" Democratic structor at Seattle, Wash Mr. city ordinance which passed then
hcen informed 'by the Port OfficeI Under tie( new 'law, :money !! candidates received the 1u-! Hill who has always bad I flair wooed and final reading !let on'I
from the fee for the issuance of lowing voles in Marlin t aunty' in lor dress design. joined a dress City Comouiuoo Monday night
that the of the
I)partnmu revenue I money' order ore included in the Tuesday election: I and millinery design clan-and Ordinance No. 396 rezoned the

postal revenue of a post office Judicial: Justice.. of the Supreme .; suddenly found herself selected I C C. Crews property on Palm
Books & RecordsMAKE Court, Group I I. B. K. Robert-! to serve on the instruction !staff City Reed loU I I. 2, 3 4 and th?
EXPI/RFRS WORK 3278; Group 2, E. Harm Dr.w.1 I caNt one-half of lot 5, French and
111EPERFECT Ai infr: :.NsF UNIT 2h2V, Group 3, Richard W FrI r rvm PAT BRITTON TAKES i Williams subdivision.
GIFTVALENTINE'S A* one of their service projects I I 2951 li Judge of the District' PART IN DRAMA\ AT Ordinance No. 397 rezoned all
the "boys of the Air Explorer Court of Appeals, Second Appellate JUNIOR VI.UGE: of block 2, section 2, St Lucie
I District Group A, William 1 +M f fr Estate. property( on the east side!
Squadron 444 B.S.A. spent Sunday P. Alton 2891); Group C, Charles Pat Brilton of Stuart has a purl of Palm Beach Avenue owned rn
afternoon seeding and grading the I in the Palm Beach Junior College E Arm
BOOK & RECORD SHOP O Andrews( Jr., 3132 I ; Group F the Donald trongs and
Emergency Operations Center of Jack F. White. 265Z Players production t of "Dark of Ted Preston! .
J29 E. Ocean Blvd M7-0403 I' the Moon," the legend of Barbara
Civil Defense Unit. I
the Palm City State: Secretary of Slate. Tom '
-- I! Adams, 3379, Comptroller. Kay .va1 Allen The play will be presentedat NORTH FORK ROAD
:15: p.ni. on Nov 5, 6 and 7
K Green, lommisMoner
Jill: or
at the college auditorium, Lake i The City Commission agreed
Agriculture, Doyle Conner, 1272\
: I to for dedicationthe (
Have fun, enjoy life. State Treasurer, J. Edwin. Larson, Worth it Monday south one-half accept of North Fork

Dine out mare oftenOur 1085; Attorney General Earl I Rood west of U S. I in north
Faircloth, 3349; Stale Superintendent GOOD OLD DAYS !
Duo to ,
Stuart a technicality: only
meala art balanced and our price will balance ( of Public Instruction, Torn WAS REPRINTED: : the north half of the road
budget D, Bailey' 3143; Florida Public was
your Unities CommmuoniT, Edwin L A LINEUP: like this continued throughout most of the day at Stuart's Precinct 4 polling place in the Bob The Kern News of the get N around Democrat Editor, dedicated previously

SUNDAY SPECIAL Mason! 3108 I Slaw Attorney, fire nation. This picture wa made tit 10 am and a line of similiur length was there at 7 p.m. Belleville, III. reprinted Charley
CHICKEN SHORT CAKE *A Ninth Judicial Circuit, Arthur L. SimiUur line were at all large precincts' the longest at Kobe Sound. I Stookey's article on "the Good
Steed 2113, Public Defender,
TWO SIDE DISHES *C** H Ninth Judicial Circuit, W. D. Frederick !- I William A Oughlerson' 3484; trict .4, W. C. Cave ny, 282; Constable Old Days In his paper Oct. 27.
ROLLS A BUTTER COFFEE OR TEA B Jr, 2837legislative Superintendent. of Public Instruc District 2, Tom Welbinton ,- MORE ABOUTGoldwater It had appeared in The Stuart
CHOICE OF PESSERT : member Slate House lion Thomas L Crook 3428; 2979, Coruuble, District 4, News on Oct 22 Although Belle- does
vide not mentioned In the
of Representatives' William E. Ow- School Board Member, Residence David Gale, 251.; Commissioner and ,was Editor Kern k as
ens, 3359 District 4, Frank DeSlef.ino, 3266; Florida 'Inland! piece spotted it
POW LL'S DINER & MOTELU. Navigation District, being the locale of Charley's article
County: County Judge, Mallory County Commissioner' District I, Henry C fieckman Jr, 3015 I
Holley ToppedList always
L. Johnson, 3690 Tax AllOlIIIOr,
; Frank A Wacha, 3497; County
A C Courson, 3363, Tax Collec.
Commissioner, District 5, TimerE. CASES niFD IN
Established over IS yean /tor, Alvin N. Andrew, 3663, Clerkof APPLICATION FOR in Martin CIRCUIT COURFChancery seem
Powers, 3171, Justice of the MARRIAGE LICENSE
the Circuit Court,
-A SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL" Dorothy Peace, District 2, Harvey Piley, ( )
Pierce 3707; Sheriff Roy C. Baker James W. Gustafson and Mary to
4213.; Proscuting Attorney 3040; Justice of the Peace. Dis Elizabeth Dalton both of Stuart (Continued from Page I-A) John E. Kovach venus Lucille
-------- -- -- were unanimous in stressing that Kovach divorce TC Houk rain
'the two-party system has arrivedin Alice Joan Williams versus .1 ;
Martin County Howard Williams, alimony unconnected -
Aside from the Republican victories with cause for divorce on
in the first two posts on the Elton H. Schwarz I

PLEASE CUT OUT THIS MENU AND SAVE IT ballot -which went contrary to Nelda L Rhoden venus EugeneA volt
the national Johnson victory and Rhoden, divorce James F.

-; staffs/ - tttttit4lla Hums' statewide win-the big news Littman. ?
( locally was that we have grown too Mary E. Apostolopoulos; venus
big for our voting machines George Anmiolopmilos; divorce
Lines formed at all the larger T. C Houk
precincts at 7 a.m. and continued
through the day The combinationof BOOKS FOR YOUNG

ftA1CSLANCFCIRFSg.fRtER'T ; ) a heavy long turn-out ballot resulted and an inordinately in delays ARE EXHIBITED CHEER UP

of 35 minutes to two hours Florid Power and Light Corporation

at the polls. Many voters left in has devoted an entire display Visit; the only
J I window on Osceola Street,
disgust than endure the
I ld Stuart, to an exhibit of books and
; waiting period At Hobe Sound,
Night Club in
reading material for children. The
county's largest precinct, with
: exhibit calls attention to Children
; more than 1,500 voters registered,
: it was 9pm. before the last voter Book Week, Nov 1-7, Martin County

had cast' his ballot-despite the

) fact 7 that p.m.the polls officially closedat if

'' Tom Hellier, voting machine
"", RESTAURANT? inspector, said that he will recom- LIVE MUSIC
mend that the County Commission -
h 1'1I ', purchase at least ten additional
I I ,Fri. & Sat. Nites
; t voting machines before the next
election. We were simply swamp,
I ed." he declared, "and there: was *
Luncheon Menu nothing that could be done, about I
.. .. J.. "
'. '" \ : '" ''t. It was too late to order paper Twist ContestSUNDAYS
{ ballots printed for precincts where'!

"' ': Served Monday! thru Friday 12 to 2 pall : there were insufficient machines. 4 la 7
Although election day was bright
I I i I', ,. .i ",,',. ,,t ,.. and clear, with scattered showers Prl/e for winning couple
I at poll closing! it was marred by

SHRIMP. COCKTAIL " 1.10 BACKFIN CRABMEAT!.COCKTAIL 1.10; : numerous on the complaints long delays, mainly at centered the :ta yr *

r SOUP de JOUR.50 **' FRENCH ONION. .50 I, '.: large precincts Free Delivery
i :.' : The first complaint to reach
": \s / The Stuart News stated that a certified -
\ pollwatchcr had been refused WINES and
PqlleTs'! t admission
to the Community r
\ ;, Hall, Jensen Beech Precinct 1. 0',dwt ; Awa I LIQUORPhone

'HAM ;'and EGGS HAWAIIAN .. 1.75 Then machine came at word Precinct that 5.the Martin voting gw .. i ,

CHEF'S SALAD (Ham Turkey Swiss Cheese) 1.95 County: Golf and Country Club, I
ti .. n'* ,;. J could not be used until 7(50( a.m.. n t ,

:- FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP . ."? ., .v. . 1.85 50 minutes was delivered late because without the machine the- A I 287-1586
;*" FRIED OYSTERS and CHICKEN SALAD .t f:.*. .*>, .. 1.95 obtained proper plug a .usable!A private plug i before individual T i

BROILED PORK CHOPS (Applesauce) .:; ,\t ..'. 2.00 T. Hellier arrived inspector( It was of staled voting machines LINDA LOtT Mac ARTHUR, TRIANGLELounge

A delay of 30 minutes look daughter of Mr and Mrs. JohnB
CREAMED CHICKEN on TOAST . . ,,.. 1.75 Little Dixie Civic Center,placeat Stuart MacArthur of Kobe Sound

SHRIMP SALAD in TOMATO ROSE 1.85 Precinct 11, when it was discovered will be cited by the Dairy Council OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
J f..V.e. that a machine registered of South Florida on Nov 10 NEAR R.R. STATION
COLD CUT PLATTER .' ,-. I.SS torn started. The 200 machine votes before wan cleared voting for her Council.work with Youth Nutrition STUART

I HAM TURKEY, SALAMI, CHEESE and POTATO SALAD before voting<< began .

MIXED FRUIT SALAD with COTTAGE CHEESE 1.75 Community At Precinct Center 8., Hobe working as Sound fast -- -- -- --

1 as they could, election officials Qif BOX OFFICE OPEN
Include: Hot Rolls and Butter could cope with only 300 voten I! I ..Bt1 6:30SHOWTIME

l< by noon. When it was calculatedthat In r
\ at this rate, approximately; 700;
Sandwiches one-half of 1,300 registered voters
.' could not vote, effort were Initiated Thursday Friday SaturdaypniOBBM6.
to obtain another machine.
DeLUXE JUMBO HAMBURGER .95 BACON, LETTUCE & TOMATO .85 A voter at Precinct: 4, Stuart k's
lireboi e, called to complain that
CHEESEBURGER . . . . 1.05 BAKED VIRGINIA lIAl\f..II.. .85 before and after he had voted, the
machine: registered forty-two votes .
TURKEY (all white meat) . . .85 OUTRIGGER SPECIAL . .. u. 1.45 cast. He said he watched the nextviler s
and the machine changed
CORNED BEEF a . . . . .85 CHICKEN SALAD .'t., .85 lo forty-three after ha bad voted as4 NYe MiNee ea 9a, ,
The caller stated that while ha was
'tDesserts at the precinct another voter com mid wonderful _ _
plaithat the numbers on another guest spit
machine there had not changed
u the result of bit vote.

ASSORTED PIES n ; .. II. . : > '.30 ICE CREAM or SHERBET. .. . .30 A Complaint to the validator of k
signature and the deputy clerk wl 114
brought no satisfaction it was stated
: and when Hellier arrived on MtTRooolont
Beverages j the scene be said that the machine
could: DOt be checked against the. ALSO _

COFFEE . . .15 ICED COFFEE . .20 l\flLK. . . . .20 count of voters, because that information ) wa.' ... fS
was confUettial, our. I .. a7VMS

HOT POT of TEA.25; ICED TEA . .' 20 SANKA . . .15 caller averred. tecanat Rol 11lw
--- -- ,
'" I
: i ti Paul! ).f. Gilbert seaman apprentice. pIInlllTEl 68PDYYEtG1
Special Cantonese Luncheon Plates USN. of ':1 East Filth
Street Stuart wa a member of .
the Navy unit assigned aa honor -
CHICKEN CHOW MEINChicken. BEEF VEGETABLE SHRIMP with LOBSTER SAUCE gaud during slate mourning serv- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Mmhrooms, Water Chestnuts Bamboo ices for former President Herbert
I c. Hoover at the U. S. CapitoL
Shoots dune Vegetable, and Bean Finely Cut Filet of Beef with I Gilbert. who entered the Navy

Sprotts ,2.00 Chinese Vegetables 2.00 2.00 in Jury 1964. b stationed at the.
U. S. Naval Station. Washington.
Tea sad Wklt Rk am 4 wills shine Orders. D. C as a member of the Navy't

r.> v fame Ceremonial Guard which
has as a unit performed before more
: Presidents Nine Queens Emperors
; .
} :rbINNER DAILY SATURDAY S" and prime minister IbM
SERVED THRU : 6-10, SUNDAY: .10w any other unit M tilt Navy 1 saf aAJiaU,,1 vunI

Prior I to entering the Navy, GB-
but attended Mama County High npAaalfl a.ara
School Befort coming to the
w UatMitgttware*. 1 h KM
recruit tnsuog at UL




I THE STUART (FlorM) NEWS r Thursday November S, 1964 J-A II

I Veterans Day Observance

Planned For Jensen Beach ;;

VET I: RAN S' DAY PRO C R .\ MMedo .

you'dlike du)', Nov. II

Call to Order ............ ... .... .. ..... ....... ..... CmwMnder Phil Kim

Color-bearer Advance Colon .. ........... OnMnanJef Pint K...

Pledge of AHegtMK ... ..... Cam.asbe Phil Kin

Cornmenoemonl ............. .. .... OwfUn A. tl Daviwion

to know Introduction of O K* J .... .... .. .... Chaplain A. H. PllvIIon! !

Invocation ....... ............. ........ ......... It... Neil M GumatiM
: The Dairy Councl of
South Lords Prayer" ............................. ................. .. ThertM Wittnchcrt
'" Florida b proud MONEY MODEL SALE
to preient Certificate of Lighting of Candle ...._.._. fgoanl-t-Arnu Genrje H. ThomfMonCVmductrtM
Josephine Dormg
M.ril Awards
to there Pacing,, of Wreaths ._...... ............... ............... Commander Phil KleeAusinory
young President Ruth Hull DOWN
acllvltlei oUhlanding and Ritual Prayer" ............... ........... AlltiHllr Chaplain Hi/cl Houghton

exemplary Flanders Field"........... Senior! Vice Commander Charles J. DiffcnJal

leadership honoring both Memorial Message...-............ .............. Hoo. ruble William E. Owens
family and
community. Calling of the Roll:.............. Sergent-attArms George H ThompsonRosa (

Taps"................................................Alpcter...................... ..... Walter Eichen Jr TV & Stereo RefrigeratorsWITH Washers & DryersWITH

Minute of Silence.............................._.......... Chaplain A. H. Dnvlwon

"Unknown SoliUcr" -Recltntion ... ... ............... ... Julia Ce\nerMy

.IP. Buddy"-Solo ._......... ........... .............. .. Edward Prikclis YWLiy TRADE TRADE
Accompanied by tloive: Caster GE Console TV. automatic Tuning

Benediction...............-................................. Rev. Donald K. Schroeder A arlgkhre' Control New only TIM13Y \\'".UOY
I Retiring of Colon..........-............................... Commander Phil Kint 0.ry IJM Month .....?. ... $24888 12 cc ft. Auto dtfnikl GF Ret 2 tone GF Washer. 12 In r.p. with 2 washer

Closing of Service................................... .... Commander\ Phil KiN door, 7H Ib... frrurr, with shelf .In door. $22995 lemp.' Several arlrcrinm of length ofwash $16995
No money dawn.TIWASY SHun munch
MARY JO At the Piano .................... Eloise Caster RU04 Only I
WILSONMary Chairman .... ...... Chaplain A. II Davutnon 16" GE Portable T\'. only 22 lIsa
Jo If the April Light" Front Speaker A all control* V\'.\ 3YGF
Co-chairman..Auxiliury President Ruth Hall $11888 14 n. ft mom defrost' GF Ref 2 donor .
: Umber. II IN. 2 J
president-elect of the No downRC.4SJ5 rap
money '" 12* BIB frrefrr. Twin crispers' and
Florida Association On Veterans Day, Nov. II. of Veterans Affair, saul today. ,bottle MldltliMuL' Duly $1..OO mnnlb.TB404Y $26995 wash. temp Also new" mini wmn.JSo $21995
of the Future Homemakers Martin County Barracks 854, Vet. When the !semester ends In January payments. imlll '(knurr WJIUS20Y ....
of America Bran of World( War I of the U. 1965. it will mark the end
She will be the featured S. A., will homage to theirBuddies" Cl: ('OIIM W 10" speaker AM FMStereo.
also! of The Education and Training .
at 14 I II. ,t. No Frost CE Ref 2 door,
speoxer who have on be .... .
gone Irultwood IIn. bulll-bi Record
FHA district meetIngs Program for Korean Conflict $42888 12ft u... Irteirr wkh nUde-mit shelve.. Cr: IHjer, (urge head rap Far thai
in Vero Beach fore.A commemoration service will veterans which wa launched July Storage No payments 'ill Feb.' Wi No frost ever tops bottom.No mifclde rreubnrm feeling

and Quincy At Dan take place at the community hall, l 16. 1952 payment* unlll February I"1J1C $30995 No money down $14595
Mccarty High where Dixon said that more than 2-
Jensen Beach at 10:30: am at
sixteen ? year old 3XXX( )( ) veteran have taken advantage !M-73S AWO
which time all local service organizations
Mary Jo Is I Junior will assemble with their of the program The deadline 23" Cr: Console. T. V. Loney Design' 474 Y WA.I250Y
she is co-editor of date of Jan. 31 I, 1965 will apply foe more Icing space auto tuning II CM ft Rrf. No fro | bottom '",Iff. ni: Washer, 12 HM tap. Ihre WihnrlvctliMis.
the school! newspaper colon.Veteran Day will always be I to both Korean Conflict veterans Only $1400 Month .... $25995 U6..... fw *r. SMlng. Hil theism. $ t < J CQ .. 2 KpmU. Mini n""h.
p p. J J
and member embarked their f 1 4 $28995
a known as Armistice Day to the already on Butler CondlthNirr. No money down No payment unlit Irhrunry 1965
of and l to those who
courses study
Veterans of World War 1. for it ws
on the eleventh day, of the elevcnth ,started classes for the lint time RC.1674A TC-4'79'
month at the eleventh hour, this past September GF table A wall assent' stereo wkh II f ,., ft. GF Rcf. No fowl lop or W\\f..UOI
I;: that the guns of World War I !, The veteran may continue I I" AM-IM Stereo, 4 speed changer' 1 boat... Automatic Ire cub' maker, Norge wrlniier "type w......,. 10 Ib rap.

ceased firing An Armistice had !school after that date, but he will No money dowiMIIIYWn .. .. ....... .. .. .. $28888 IwiNg-oul. .hr!,,,. Twin' crisper Guaranteed; fog I year $11995
iII\ been declared j' no longer receive 1 n allowance No payments until February, Hn.11D4 .. $64888 Only $1.1I8 pet mnnth ?..... ....
Strangely enough this year Mar- from the VA each month to meet
tin County Barracks 854 will pay part of his training and living ex
homage to an additional eleven of prows, Dixon salJ. YGF l 1)\920,
its members who" were called to Dixon further pointed out that GE taMe I 11" T.V. with. radio and Americana The. finest In Refrlg* CF I Dryer, fabric .1C't'litm mid
rest by the Great Commander for those Korean Conflict veler Maud, walnut ,...1..... No payment nylon 6 cu. ft. frreier and auto-malic mend speed*.
above as well as all other veterans ant who suffered disabilities which mill February 1965 $13888 Ire tubs maker. No money down $67585NO No mony down. $26995'
TIMOTHY who have made the supreme have been adjudicated service connected
HARPER, sacrifice a separate program of rehabilitation
When the of The following will be will continue to be
Jaycees program

Stuart star Tim asked to track help observed The last: semester of college or carried deadline on date and for that this there program is no Money Down NO Payment Until February 1965JUST'

them In their efforts vocational school training. under Dixon urges interested readers
to raise funds (for the Korean GI Bill, gets underway of this newspaper to contact their'
the U.S. Olympic this month M. T. Dixon direottn local veteran county service
Commftteea' JI I m_ ftf-Ute Florida Department! cer for Information. OHi'1
leaped Into the proJect --- -
with both feet
flying The Jaycees Post Offices to
Run for the Money", Be Closed Nov. 11 CONSULT US FOR YOUR r' ri 18-incli Serving Platter
was a huge success :
thanks to the cooperative For Veterans Day tj} llanel 1
attitude of WeddingFlowers' SAY >
Junior ell teens like Stuart Post Office arid other Deluze Painted;" -3.:
Tim Tim Is a senior post offices in the county will btf Sizej'/ .
I tt. Martin County closed all day Wednesday Nov
I 1 II 1, Veterans Day as a legal holiday :' t
There will be no window :;
.o; :
service nor carrier or rural service
on this dayAnyone : .
,J. desiring/ delivery of mail us t i j :: :!
: Nov. 1 II 1 should make
: Pf'0\'i-1 you picturesof : )
lion for the mail to be ..
,. special delivery. All special some of our / I .
liveries addressed to patron with-
in city delivery limn will be delivered bealltlflllwedJi"gJ
promptly. Those who reside -
outside city delivery limits
DAVIDKELLER will" be phoned if listed in the phonebook /
\ All mail will be worked to m
David certainly post office boxes" if so
dklnt loaf last summer And dispatches will be a.wreswd'i COMPLFTECONSULTATION TIRE SAVINGS FOR YOU!
He was a student all outgoing mail.
II assistant in the All financial Institutions! and I ISFR1'ICF.
summer program public office will observe the
sponsored by the bolidlty.
Martin County Boardof .

attended Public Boys Instruction State, Offer RejectedOn CALL 2872300Krueger's SAVE I !' SAVE!

and the National Boy Three Houses IofyIQtAlr.W.Itter- 42FOR
Now Nylon AIWatr
Scout Jamboree!
,,. Tire ubyl I." TkttJr
back at Martin Cou Tubeless
Commission declined
ty .High band be a the in Monday The City to purchase a parcel of ( SPECIAL FOUR FOR S OPAL OUR I
third year real mate on Georgia Avenue.I .
science club, on the FOR
backing up to the City-owned tennis
tennis team and a I .I $44
of the "M'club. courts I $48 '
member COMPACTS S7-63 CARS
The property, about 110 by -.,
13214 and with I [
feet improved j
Jon M,won't you, three building, wa offered to the I O.OO X 13 8lz* Nap .IM esd 4 .M urnwhltowallsi 7.li0 x 14 $It "tIt 111, sad.. 4 aid liisaWhitewalls
In honoring these fie.young City orc.S ) by the ownert I
Robert nd Hazel 1 E ChriM: : '
people... Its legal description b. lots 31. '2.GO more eachSAVE 2.00 more eachSAVE
end the "hundreds like and )3 blocs 7. Pony-seven 111' Florist and Gifts I I
"mem..who' err eur Addition.
Fast OTM bmlerardSIUART. .
hope".and owaaaatry'a Cinnamon Itich. a* they arrive I' !"
for the future. I
hope M the U. S. from the Orient, are fWKID'I I

two to three. feet long I Nylon All.Wotttwr 42 AilVVMther ,
I .1 Tu".type trot t Tuber,%. Tires" >



36 $72

6.7O x 15 Six* piss. ha. n il 1U. lu.. 8.OO X 14 Six* 5! If** IH..H *4,ties

Whitewalls WhlUwolla2.OO

2.0O moro each more each
Don suffer fromRETIREMENT


r...". "'=\ EVINRUDEfor Try an Shocks and Mufflers Installed

low cost boating and


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4-A TlIT STUART (Ha ) NFWS November 5,
------- - -- - - -----------------
Score Without Reply Is Recipe

Jaguars Wallop St. Lucie I j

= In Postponed Game, 19-0 !I For First Tiger Win Over VeroNow I

.;: Playing by tar their best t ball of t Quarterback Jimmy. Dragneih
-. the M-.ison Stuart Junior. l-Mgh)' !scored the Jaguar* third J ,
:: "Jaguars scored a decisive. 19-0) win i'down also fa the fourth
over St. Lucre I Junior High' rare, Coach Jim Navitoky wan IOUCh.j that we mention it. no .' I
= Monday night in a game poMponed 11 I praise for the entire team doubt it 1 will be upset but bus an\-
by rain trom Saturday. -tingled out in addition! to the one noticed the oddity about Martin
Jeff Brwier Jaguar halfback. er. Tommy Hill. center and I II ] County Titters scores thus. year"' 4iU' I
scored two touchdown The first. !I Wayne Dodge guard offenmve- In six games there han't been i T<
.. on the fifth play of the game came ly. and the tackling of guards one in which. both sides hat. v
on a V o.> yard run, and Bruncr also! I' Bruce Stiller and Paul Kanarck scored'! O.O 14
: carried for the extra point Hi i t The Jaguar play Pahokee away The Tigers who balanced their
second TD came 11the fourth on Saturday at 4 p.m.. and close record Friday 3-*. by winning r
= quarter. when he went over on a I (he season with Vero Bench hereon 19-() at Pahokee have also beaten

= -yard._run ______ Nov.. 14 at 7 p.mI Okeechobee, I 13-0, and Fort Pierce {
--- --- --
M 2<-O Their IOHHCC halVe been to
ScacreHt, 0.13: Palm Beach. OI4 PLAYERS OF THE WFIK: for the Belle Glade and PahoKct
Murray Lost HomecomingTo and Bell Glade 020. games respectively were Quarterback Buck Mauldm left, ana t-nu;
Furthermore Martin Count)'. in Bill Slathers
pile of the new method of teaching .
Monroe of Cocoa 26-6 --
math has only been able to Lp't : ----- ---
put one and one together once r
:. Two things spoiled Murray' when James Hamilton recovered I thi* season. They lost nuccesmv' You cant tell how far a frog can Jump
High Homecoming game Friday a Monroe fumble in their end zone I game to the Scaruwks and WiIdam by lib looks. Neither tan you judge a ,
torrential rain and Monroe High !I for I touchdown. wins*., but and otherwise IOMCS have alternated I tu: lomer'l credit by hb talk.
of Cocoa. 26.6 victors.
The loss was the fifth In sue-
This m the week to continue one Gel an up to date Credit Report from:
The start of the game was delayed caution for Murray who won their I .j'
of coincidence and break .
half-un-hour by a severe first two garnet thin season ttrmg Ahi I
I I ItUN'O.ST another. If the Tiger can score MERCHANTS \ '
rainstorm, and the visitor fared first and several more times, without svLI ,
Jar better than Murray on the wet STANDINGS I I
will have
they two
reply ;w :
field in the early !itagcs (OtL: 30 1ncIualve" successive wine for the first lima CREDIT BUREAU :, .I

Monroe piled up a 26-0 lead WLTpt"PA thin season and which it more. .....,J
during the first half, but Murray PaIn Beach 6 (0 0 I 110 7 they will beat a team they've never AND AWAY WE GO Buck Mauldm, Tiger quarterback gets away from Pahoke opposition "MARTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CREDIT BUREAU"
held them of scoreless for the remainder Forc.i Hill 6 0 0 93 25 beaten before Vero Beach Indians. to score hu team second touchdown in a 19-0 win Fndu) The Tigers are now 300 COLORADO AVE. (DEHON BLDG.), STUART
the game scoring l.ake Worth 4 2 0 61 47 And this could be the Mason Above Stuart Tackle Shop
themselves in the third quarter SeacrN 3 I I 711 21Vcro 1 to do it. The Indians, unbeaten
-- -- ---- .-.- Beach 3 3 4 70 8S and once lied in 1963 are not up --- ---- -
Marlin County 2 3 0 44 47 to thai standard this yeur Theo
Belle Glade 2 4 0 68 7J won 33-21 against the Rams of
FORT. PIERCE: IIIL'RSDAY Belle Glade in the this sea '
\ Riviera Beach I 5 I 40 67 opener .
A B squad game between Mar Fort Pierce I 5 0 41 1$6Puhokee son, but those weren't the Rams GOLFNew
tin County Senior High' and Dan 0 5 0 18 65 who bent the Tigers two weeks ago, .
McCarty High of Fort Pierce i ill I 20-0 Then tho Indians Just squeaked tltfl4AJ
scheduled for Thursday evening, On 200-pound hog contains I by Pahokee. 13.12, whereas the f U .. ""11 Martin County Golf & Country ClubST.
I Nov 5. at Long (Field, with the I twenty-one pound of marketable Tiger walloped the Blue Devils, .' ;
LUCIE BOULEVARD Tura right\: just> before cro .hi
kick-off set 7' 10.) I IV-0. lust Friday ,.. s |
for shoulder meat 1i'
.- n_.__ With one exception, a 12.6 winI'veI' ,, .r. ," .:'. New Bridge lo Beach,
Riviera Beach the Indians L. '" .
lowly ,
HEARING AIDS have done nothing much ;1' : : .1. 1fJ ro COMPLETE Greens Fee
since. 'I I hey have lost to Palm \1
I Bench, 19-0; Forest Hill. 20-6; 'ji.r. : ... \ 18-HOLE $3.50
f AlOUSllCON and /ENIIIIServke Luke Worth 7.(", and Cocoa, XIIt ; "I't ELECTRIC CARTS $6.00 for 18 Hole*-$4.00 for 9 Hob
in a non-conference game last II ifIi.' .d.
on all make of Instrument week "
No doubt Coach Bob Collins MEMBERSHIP:
AARP NR'rA speilal program by famous "mental altitude' will have ., !MEMBERSHIP INITIATION FEE $100.00
r i Acoustlcon a lot to do with Friday's result soleta i j/ ... #,. ., SINGLE: MEMBERSHIP .. ..... .. .. 80.00

t 4 live hearing tint' In home or offke hope the this Tiger week.have the .'/' ..'.'.. .... DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ... .. .. 100.00 ,it"
right, one again .. ... .. .. 10 PLAY BOOKS .. 30.00
The Tigers expect' to be at full \ ;I. '
c.yi e.Ib.y .
Dl.wbw.r' Batteries, cord, mold strength against the Indians, Jerry .. ., ,J!!" ,.Y'f : ...... ,0'"",,,f :'t"" ". ." ',. '.. 20 PLAY BOOKS .. 55.00
f (. 30 PLAY BOOKS _
Merklmgcr having been pronounced ., '../ .J'. 75.00 .
Aid Center fit utter two-week with ." .. .. ,
Hearing I a rest I ..... ? :. '
I a. knee Injury.. Thin will give hardworking ,. ,.i 1'.... "'# ''. 1' I DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF MIOF
II'. .I/j/ '" : '
I I Sophomore Terry Rogers ; ,.. w h', ..i 'L.I. """' MIXED DRUNKS AND LUNCHEONS
709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE: 461-3266 .. .- 't .;;, '"' '1-4' jI
.- some welcome relief at fullback I" ","" "" _' .,' ... .,,,; ,("d .. ". ,. :" "' '- w .-,,-".,;:: .h,; ",. ; MATT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT M. WILLLUIS, M lie'.

II: GLNrRAL: PILK-UP near the Blue Devil goal during the ram-marred Tigers 19-0 I win Friday Dial 287-2274

: ...!I..
.. GUARANTEED MILEAGE TIM SALE There was nothing much wrong I'drive with another nice puns! play I -- --- --- -- --- -- -
with the Tigers at Pahokee where'Ion I a fake punt situation. Just pre-
they kept the Blue Devils outside viously). Marty Kehnbergs kick
: How Many Miles i! their 20*yard line all night, $for a was good for the extra point CASA.RIQJOAT.kMOTQR SALES INC.
I lAMJi() ,Wllllili" Iv ,rvlt lily HI' Another niswlwuch in-due thir,_ _
After a scoreless first quarter, the quarter led to Mauldm scoring) from
; Tiger spent almost the entire second the three, and the Tiger 'quarterback "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR, BOATING PLEASURE"m
Do You Want From quarter marching NO yards> completed his best night this .,
M from touchhack to the Pahokee season by hitting Johnny Wood tr AuthoriedCHRISCRAFT '
I PANAMERICANGUABANTEEJ: goal line where Buck Mauldm with a 9-yard pas! into the end ,
.. Your Tires? passed to Clark Collins for a touchdown cone in the final' frame for the ; ""
.. Tin: MILEAGE from the 2. (The same combination I 1 I lien' third TD. Rehnberg fail- 'SEA SKIFF
__had_sparked the Tiger I led to connect with either kick '
E DO YOU WANT -...' n'aa.. ;'I---AaA about them In teaching I keep
25,000 MILES WEAR? I
the swing in two parts, backswing

r Fundamentalsof and downswing.! I .lore \ vai a3 .
S The next lesson will be "The 'BOAT TRAIUU wW '.XI's

Golfby I 'I

,,t, NYLON 4 FULL PLY NIW NOT 2nd. .r CHANGEOVERS Palm Beach 35. Fort Pierce 0 'I

.1 MVIT MOORS: Forest! Hill 7, Riviera peach 6 I AMERICA'S FINEST LINE! \

ftUAJUNTMD: IN WRTTINO TO WEAR TUBELESS Seacresl 13 Belle Glade 7NonCon '
; 3OMONTHS-25,000MILES .... .'...... ..4' -_ ; ( fertiHt) I 707, RIO-JENSEN BEACH
600x13. 1/ 11111 1 13.74 fundamentals! of Golf," fs t Lake Worth 21, Card New. 6
(e l2ii.J"M: ;:::: .*..lira. .."t.e."".': 650x13 weekly column by Matt Moore, Cocoa 33 Vero Beach 13
.Nn.IN .11. eft ...r..... M II! 11 M 14.41 professional at Martin County I .
: red Me 111/sassua) Cocoa Monroe 26 Murray: 6
700x13 15.31 Golf and Country Club.In ,
s 11 11 1 1 1 --
: TIRE CO.'g PRt*f addition u> giving advice
p UNETmeCARRlM; A 750x14 111.11111 1 15.52 helpful to beginners and better
t.a ai. MILEAGE .UAKANTEI >' players the series will afford
800x14 .. . .. 16.41 readers the opportunity of parliupalmg Hotnew :
.TUIE.TV'.G" 850x14 in a question and sn-
. ,1////,11.72 ser service Questions shouldhe

40xl5 .7M.r..7r. 11.73 900/950x14 . .. 20.52 addroted to: Golf C/o Sports ..
Editor, Stuart News, Box 1047

670x15 ., _. 11.96 640x15 .11111.1.11. 13.57 Sluurt Dodge at a new lower price. ; .

710x15 /11////112.73 670x151.11.111111113.90 I KSMN 1 '

760x15 .4M ,, . 13.89 710x15 .. . . 15.16 MMNC':' rtNOAMLNIAIA: Coronet '65--the best selling new car in Dodge history And 3 ., ff
800/820x15 14.97 This i i. the first of a series of why not? Coronet comes on big in all departments Inside full- 'J; ,,
. . _
760x15 II. ? ? 16.45 I golf lessons, and even though size room and comfort Up front, choice of seven engines
600x16 . .. .. 12.16 800/820x15 each lesson i II different, they havesequence ranging to 42S cubic inches On the rear window stickers. I r .n" t
. . 17.46WHITEWALLS a Keep them in order of Q "
lots lower those full
prices that begin that any sire Dodges .
p.OO fIX TIRE IXTRA for future use You can alwa)1 in years Everywhere more fun. In flue Coronet 500 show i i; t -. .
refer to the part that puzzle you. I o .
The definition of a golf swing for example, bucket seat!.console carpeting, all vinyl inter .,rs, IV.' : 7
BUDGET TERMS in brief, M ",)Of full. smooth padded dash and V8 engine are standard And clean ,j) 'i"'S't'e I I.n
; WHEEL ALIGNMENT I flowing motion from start to finM eye.catching beauty ? That Coronet all over Wo says [ w.+ I s i2 fs
T /fl88 ?at I'''' ." Make a full swing back and you can't please ell of the people ? Coronet sure s l;'" i5'

: + niMNED J.t M25 go through to the finish, and youdon't going to give it i| a try Dave one soon.

I .. .'. I MECHANIOI. :, I In "leave general out any and of taking the parts the

r.. e.. Tie ....,., a Arfk* AIr 1 I swing as I whole there are four
: / e___ a AOurt Caster,. C'I 4IOsasdW, our IN ;, portions to a golf swing,,: the one
w ; Hurl Taste I T..-.t Cant ld., SFJt/i/ you s la r t in; the one you swing
M j I Wk lo.: the one you hit in, and the
| one you finish I in.
: ; COMPLETE BRAKE JOB ,, The most impurtJint is the1 bit

w a -'T.:......... hn anrt anal usWP113., CHEVY, | ling puMtKin If you take them in
: 111 mob. 41T 1 wa..t., .5.5.44. RAMBLTR.rALTON: order! the haikswing would be
4 cyuae.n w. Sit 4 >l> .kmnil
r ."...... MUk a.ayr any tbiM IORVAIR I I next then the starting position..
w Put. mM WkMl Brirlnii.. Hut*!* T''... 4S OUwr Car M H I and .tail the finish" portion anew. _
: ./ :nim DM-M At Latar' ': ... A4JUI. All 4 AU. WWUt niXY GUARANTEED i I The hilling poMtaxi is the moM t

unpiHiani because here Iw* the
knack of hitting a golf ball' and
: Ci NO RECAPPABLE EXCHANGE NEEDEDI this is the only common potution

:: Just the old tire elf your car regardless ef condition; I among all good player No two
:plllcn start alike swing backalike
: ; All prices plus tax 1.30 re 104. NO MOUNTING CHARGEH I .. or finish alike, but put a
1 camera on them m the hitting area
and all are similar The hitting
PAN-AMERlCAN TIRlt 0 I pokilHMl k .>J.,.> moM Important DCOQIIIMIItJM A CHRYSLER
_____, I becauae here you can correct' cr, W "WWM MMnMMWM
Nfl and fuukh your .1101..... +fm
a U, HICIWAY No, 1 OritXMIK LIMMJ.Y LUMBIK I Then are two balance in a Dodge
I swing: poultice and side. to side t..,r : ,,'I' Coronet. .
balance. There art two balance : ;

_if I FORT PIERCE I i I of and points movcntenl the in a feet swing to fkcre..a iwunely golf M twmg.aa the" order head U L M'' E R MOTORSlf 301 SOUTH DIXIE STUART, flORIDA

The' >e are the fundamental. m
.M....A general. end much: can be written'''1 l __ ___ was "w SOS WK SttXC e.<.*.. Otsxt VOMI
...,.... .- WIC.tI. Iisaq.-.


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Air Explorers THE 51TART (Florida) NEWS Thund.n NoT>mber f' 11fiJ) *AP1ANMNO
: _
State Division Seen
Awards Program I Waterways as M+hv

Awards night rot Stuart Air z

Explorers B scheduled at 7:30 p,mWedneedity. Agency to Take Over Job of FINDJust

Center. Nov' 4, at Smart Youth :

Rev Allan Stuart wiU be speak in case the next legislature the 1961 Legislature. for unification "Since the !Qj"< I ict, a staff organization or fully connoitdttto the waitrwaMactivitiea
cr. The program will include installation dues, decide to dissolve the Florida of efforts hi Florida's total' water has "KMI established; under at the Mate I level under
of officers and adoptionof Inland Navigation District, there resource development" SenatorHodges the Board of ( onservation and! the Board Gwvtervaiion/ for planning
new charter. H a handy agency !set up ready to wrote. "0181*' 61231. is operating in .ucordance with the promoting developing, constructing
New officers are: president Mike. handle tie duties General Laws of Florida awunett tegtalMiive. dtreitiu The unification and operating the waterway .
Cassidy; vice president! Randy DC- 1 hat fact: wa acerUined this to the Board of Comwmwm, policy has Ken establishedin of the state" .
Stefano; and secretary-treasurer.I week by Representative William E. which is compoiied of the Governor/ operation of the Board of Conservation The Mate code reads: "DIVI
George McNctsc.: Owens!, who wrote Senator Ran. and the six Cabinet members, / and this organization now SION OF WATERWAYS DFVFtjOPMENT. .
dolph Hodges, director of the Fk>r- among other responsibilities! development reflects several scan experience ; POWERS AND I
One of the largest tea planters I ida Bowl of Conservation, and! of the natural water resources Even in the limited. experience DUTIES ,
and processor in Indian has an- ,\ received word that the Division of of the state including waterways since 1961, this polio:) implementation "(a) It shall be the duty of the
nounced plans to experiment with Waterways Development can consolidate development. Chapter 370, hits proven of great value to division! of waterway developmentto '
the making of instant tea produced efforts at the !state levelon l ,I Florida Statutes enunciates the the state as a whole- coordinate the activities of all
from a special black leaf variety. I waterway: activities in policy u furthered by the 1963 "Only slight changes may be public bodies, authorities, agencies I
"'Siato policy was Florida'j Legislature. I needed in existing: law to complete: and special district charged with
the development of waterway!: within .
the Mate of Florida, whether .w
SATURDAY such bodice, authorities" agencies, I M
FRIDAY or special districts now exist or
STUART may hereafter be created by generalor I
special: art of the legislature.
"(b) 1io division of waterways|I
i SHOPPING p p SHOPPING development, shall also! foster, promote '
A and guide development of 1 J I
an intcrgrated system of waterway! rF
CENTER DISCOUNT **W CENTER I within the state of Florida unlit
(ng, where practical, the natural
Quantity' Rights Reserved bodies of water lying therein.
"(c) This division of waterway
development may disburse to the : for the Christmas in the Tropics' Tea in conjunction with the Christmas Carol Tour of
canal authority of the slate of Singing Home, sponsored' by the Garden Club of Stuart, are left to right: Mrs Evans! : Crary, Sr.
12 Quart' Rectangular 7x50 Binoculars Florida any funds transferred to Mrs. C H Munch. Mrs Ralph Evinrude/ and Mrs. Raleigh& Blackwelder The tea will be held al
the board of conservation/ by the the Lvinrodu I'stale at the end! of the tour, Sunday afternoon Dec. IJ. Mrs. BlocLwelder: and
DISH PAN Trustees of the ;proved\ \Ira.! Munch are co-chairmen of the tea '
Plastic dent Fund as herein: to ,
\be used a* matching funds for the '
purpose" of acquiring right-of- Christmas 'Singing Homes' Tour
i way for any waterway development
f project authorized by an appropriate -

Fit the route federal of which or slate I is to agency puss'
Planned Stuart Garden ClubTh
through or adjacent la the counties by
comprising. any special taxing district
created I'r'the purpose" "" of
raining fund for acquiring, such Ourden Club of Stuart will I Each home will be decorated in cOot'J'Crlltlna with the City ana
A 1k,vv i i nghUHtf-way. Provided", however, present' a Christmas Carol Tour a variety of Chrittmas decoration County Commisoions, the school
no such matching fund shall be of Singing Homes' on Sunday motifs. The tour will end with a'Chrltmas board and the hank Walton League
so disbursed except upon approvalof afternoon 1>cc. 13 to raise fundsto In the Tropics Ita' both In the financing and the cw"
the board and upon receipt of continue the beautification of on the Evinrude Estate in Jensen edition of plan to improve Stuart
satisfactory proof from the canal U, S.I. Beach Junior High. School pond area. i ipoi );
authority thai it has sufficient This event, under the Co-chair Co-chairmen for the lea and ..
c.mpl.t. fund on hand to match the slate manship of Mrs, Paul liryunt and sale of holiday food and ChriM-
,,, with Lather fund herein referred to on an equal Mrs. James Clarvey will he a fundraising nine home decoration!: are Mrs S I
terrylnml base the Trustees of the I Internal alfair' is well at a Christmas i Evans Oary Sr.. Mrs. KalelyhBlackwcUlcr
l ass Improvement Fund shall transfer Flower Show-Home TourHOLY and. Mrs C II,
to the Bonn of Conservationsuch Munch. Mr. John Stitllvr I tl ticket t
of ita fund 'be available : e1Je666j
a* may chairman.
Fine quality optics in sturdy, lightweight and aa the Bard of Conner Beside the htatiliflcailon of the
Guaranteed for 5 Years! vaiion may deem necessary to pro- regular monthly meetingof highway, the Garden Club h also
metal case with easy action vkle the matching fund herein! au. the Holy Namo; Society' will beheld -- ---- -- -- _-_ -___-_-___-_- _-___--
center focus. Lenses coated for th.>rIted. The use of the fund on Ihunduy, Nov. 1, al
of the Internal Improvement I fund 7:4J p,m. in the church. All members MODEL OF NEW
A tremendou )household valuel Lightweight, sharp vision SAVE $2.89 From for the purpones"h : bedeemed of St. Joseph' parish and! win. HEARING AID GIVENS
valid fld'fund;' ter visitors (Imitcd. ( M Mill.! !. iMI
a an I
Our Previous Low Discount Price ::
.aiy-te-handle, unbreakablel' It's chip, rust sad ---'- a mint, < Lisa l< Ik ,. wk. hwi lint a..1 ...4wi
It.I"prMfi Assorted Colors. of $22.88.Ladies' "s'''....... '1 :::>4. v nil. A.. .u. III*. M..aNal,
Book Reviews Arc Planned IV Ma d.A_. n.hl.I WI II. Ilw/.a mlMS .f AW 1a..IL.1..... ..I....
.' ...11 II. .1... ...." ... ." 1_ II _".
WM .Mo.rtac. 1./I. ..MI.. ,..... WMP 1i I,
In Ik. .r ,
I .w. k "IT
AtAudubon Society Meet i VOUM rater TO kttrPlume ."
SAVE: lie from Our uc Write'
Previous Low It I It. A review of' two book will he side of the! building as the library Western Auto Associate
a the feature of the November n'' et. itself U'cloned to Ibo public on Store
count Trite W3 r.- -- Ing of the Martin,,County Aiidu lueikhy evening.H. A....,.... D.alf! MQrDeoijijjhM.Hata HIAIIING AID
bon Society: according to Mrs.Ivan W New-tome will be in churn 26'l Kctola, Stuart. Murkl. PtKN 3874)775ae )
Taylor) program chairman of the session which will, be d.
o .
.w Mw a w .w Iwr Idol mall Erse
the books. which will be reviewed voted to a tlux.UMM.Hi" of coiHcrva-" /
by bliss Jean Knot, an lion elf wildlife. and natural resources I Please. > rush me FREE fnformalkM. on the .MIRACtrVKAR" |
"Cjuict Crinl: ," by Udall!, and of the United Slate,

Ladies' "Night' Tomes to the Cumberland," I Nose "" ",,,............,,..... ., _
+ QuiltedDUSTERS by ( .u hJL UORCU CI.AVH
Dale of the meeting b Tuesday, S/I.kili: Ilt0.ll
i iAttractively Nov J a. It will be held: at s p.m. The l>urea Sunday School class I AditmeHy I
Flannel of Martin
in the meeting room
of the Irllt
: C4iunty Public Library" Stuart Per. its monthly bu Nuptial'tne" Church meeting held andIOCI.I (' StaleWE'RE B
sons attending are asked to enter - -
in the I vllownhip Hall of .
the west
the door
on -
the library by
the church on Tuesday, Oit 27
Pajamas j ''lit 2:30 p,m. 'I 1 here were seventeen
d .ii styled Sandy Mal./lottl members and five guests prevent OPEN f
s/ Mrs I.. C', kKklitcr. pr Ued. Mrs
) +: Assorted color fancy and beautifully tail. Party Honoree Julia Rivera brought the devotional

J L1' Y- pi private with long k.uw tI 'h.hunc.Jl'td the following( officer wen
Mari* was
ored of luxurious MID Sandy r
y legs and sleeve. coal i birthday named for the coming year; Mr. FOR BUSINESS
y style button tup SUNS s guest at a surprise 17. D I I.. Silvers preUdrnt... ; Mr. L, ,
Oct. al
r .s M n Small" Medium and acetate tricot in a s the t home on of Saturday Mrs John Wethmg-: C trace. Kkkliu-r. ,vive president; Mr.

t1j Large. variety of prints and ton, lflun Height MariolU'i, Jensen nineteenth"H ach, and tl Henry T Musky'lar.a'IIII"l Mr*, t-va- Featuring
; ; y It was MM lens Mrs.; I red Kara. Mrs i

; solid colors. Sizes 12 birthday the Maude Knhardntwi: and. Mrs.. Nab& SANDWICHES
Among thote attending Party I
lie Ann Martin
? J ,' group litstallaliun -
Mrs. Margie Corky Peggy
wa by harks L'.
to 20. w Arnold Donna Shclton, Dolorn RrvrK"IJ'.
Wethmgion, I.ooir tray, 10mmt. *
Kcfrnhmeni imUAKPAST
were served .
r Vr. V1I' ) Wyatt, John NcUon. Tom Mr. Kaymnml' Robinton hoMes
Merwarth. Butch: Arnold. Linda
fur the session.
e p l Daniels. Linda Sutton, and Kos- s PIZZA

rs IleI lyn Corlty.Oames were. played and I lee M.:' UI. MM:I.If
' Y cream and cake were served.IIALUnmN GROUP 1(1 Mll.r Sit D
t T h e Martin County Menu' )
PARIY Health Association;' will/ meet on SHOP
t Thursday. Nov. S al. 1 12 noon al
A Halloween party sponsored the. Sh.p's Lantern KesUunrrt.
T by Father Jan Janua/ewtll.f the Highway. 76 arid Monterey Roved 326 South Indian River: DriveAIA
err Sitter*. teacher' parent*, and parlkhionrr Ray Ratltke.. teacher at the Pioneer
r 1 was held at the. SL Joseph Jkhool, will be the guell s Mar 1() RI>IRS: lOGE MOIII, JUVSLN: BEAU I
School on Saturday Oct. 31 l speaker
The children made and 1 put up _______ .. -
the d< J h1. VINYL lame parade;- and- there were prim
for' the prettiest, funniest. and mod
Sleek .p now for' Ihoae' original in three caiegurie' : pre

+' school. fist through third grade. ,
thlnl ebony ilia" N Grand
I and fourth through eighth grade. ,
fORK! JACKETS MM May Holme. Mrs Florence
Rueliu, Steve O'Connor and Phil
ip Schralwieer, were a.In. Win
w nm were: pr -KhuuL funnies
,.y A a* e lie) | Djallj4ebl Timmy Pargt; pretii_ Julie I Opening
;j rckup. and I most original DinnyV.
' Ladies' ,..... look tat amI' Onge. Fir through third grade.
winner .".. 'u........ Lori Pre 4
) I' tile wend like .Iralhtr. kup pfttw. Mary AM Cote, Of OCR: NEW VstO

Roll-Up SleeveBLOUSES kW wipe clean *kh eeb and most Ofip IIJ. Ronnie' Pre- CAR DtJHRI>ICNTWJ
"i up. fourth through eighth grade'funrurtt.

*'pjcfetlL Tile paled DavU Uccfc prcUw .tare Use "WI atrfal.m. damy M we Miter asw
Marie,. Muooc art mull original/
O, awser tot t NeWh t1nrWll' Mary' Jane Johmon. After, the. Ibis. Good Selection

....... coW ssi..... AsavrtMl parade the. children; other bobbed for. 'g".ucual... .... '< "-i
eat *
apple" played garo $1495 :: $1195 DOMESTICUSED
Aasnete4 attrartrte ai.a> .U evariety lucre was dancing" for the teenager lUretof
C lurat Miss /10 se
ef stew lam colurm. *. Rifeahawnta were served. '"... 'J .." ..
M" $1395 $895
Slue M *. 3$. 5.\\I: HeFrew II. ---- CARS

Ow PrrttmiB Lew Ufa Cecil John I Ionic '' .
Rdem'a" $1195 1rlrhas, .:: $595 AT All TLMKHM
, ., p+
CNMS( Price c. I After Accident

R Lead J"01 !Swart who DAY L-NtONDfriONAL: CVARA.NTFX

received lib topine*and Uccralmn" *

1 1 f 1 the wbrIt F.E.C.hi* auto waning skidded gate and al struck"ConfuMcm St. Lucie Motors, Fort Pierce

Corner" .do. the ram .bat AVtltORl/rU VOLKSWAGEN DKALTR
We4".aN., .> ae Masud.
from Marlin MemorialTueadar Il apical 28)6) Okecchobcc Road Phone I101.4043.

moaning and. a* recvpcrau -
>| at borne.


THE rnJ4RT ma,I 'NE111Iumla,.. November f, It64
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.---.....--.... ..----.. Cardiac

1:;1h"p ,

Diets onProgram

'' M rI A dietitian and home ,
YItW Il physician l '
d economist will explain cardiac di.t .

.during a special: free workshop y'c
in Stuart on Friday
<(< ,died Hearty Eating:' the
workshop will cover weight control -
I and low-fat and low-sodium
diet. The program it scheduled y'r
I at Florida Power and Light Corn-
pan, 216 Osceola: Street, from 10
a.m. until noon
; er'ytic ,;, Dr Richard Q Penick of Jen
u''I'I4 ten Beach will open the program
with a discussion of the medical tist
reasons' for the special diets,
Miss Diane Armor, dietitian at
Good Samaritan Hospital in West
Palm Beach, will speak on kind
and amounts of foods to be eaten
Sample foods will be preparedby

,. f Mm Betty Stewart, home economist T
A tasting Mission will fob

1 low.The t
Heart Association of Palm '
Beach and Martin Counties i t'' 1

sponsoring the workshop, and interested 1
persons are invited to at.
tend without charge ,

'The course has been set up _..._w -- ..

with the idea of taking the gloom THESE STUFFED toys, made by members of the Woman Club guest; Mrs Joseph Penrod general chairman of the bazaar; and
of diets
out them
presenting the of Stuart will be sold at the dub bazaar to be held in February Mrs James I I. Daley Holding the toys are, left to tight Mrs.
as. a challenge to ingenuity
says Dr Eugene Funderbunk A !sewing bee was held at the home of Mrs C R. Vanderveer, Vincent Vilardi, Mrs Leslie Towlc, a guest; Mrs Hugh Gawn and

chairman of the Heart Association Bahama Terrace on Thursday. Oct. 29 Seated on the sofa, left Mrs Vanderveer, club president,

community service commit to right are: Mr. Lindsley Cummins. Mrs, George Saunders, a_ __u ___ ________
tee ----

Any prescribed diet will mean the volume of Inpatient care increased BLOOD DRIVE WAS t
some changes in a persons eating Twenty-four Members I 11 I per cent. SUCCESSFUL HIRE: \
habits," Dr. Funderbunk points One of the most important Undertakings I
put This it unavoidable. Mrs Sara Timon, chairman
eurren.ly1I1d<< wayat
Through this workshop we hopeto Are Welcomed by Auxiliary the hospital is the (FDSP) Fire Martin County Blood Bank, ex:

assist heart patients in making Disaster and Safety Programs. pressed satisfaction Wednesday

MISS MURRAY HIGH, left, Winifred Williams, and her attendant Teresa; Harry, were the center of Mill certain changes in in their diet" and Twenty-four new members were W. Hoffman Kathryn Kelly Mrs.C. Written plans have been developed I morning at the outcome of Tucst
keeping it 'I welcomed to Woman Auxiliaryof F Prall, Mrs A Stcigler and individual instruction is being blood bank
attraction in Friday's Homecoming parade The parade escaped the showers but the game didn't A booklet of and day's drive at Stuar(
menus recipes the Martin Memorial Hospitalat Mrs. T. W Welder1/ ', are meeting to given and periodic drills will Woman's Club which
will be given to each person attending be held. Of considerable in resulted in
the Nov, 2 meeting. The new make final arrangements and plansto help
One dinner suggestion members are: Mrs George How open the bar in the near future. making these plans workable has donation of !seventy-two pints of

Suit. Is Settled shows how someone who must restrict Ird, Mrs Anna Whistler, Mrs Mrs, Curt Otto, was appointed been instruction by men recognized blood
Permits $4,393,918For his fat intake can still have Albert Quinn, Mrs Edward Thayer disaster! chairman tp work in Conjunction as experts in their fields exper. I
I interesting foods Mrs William Goodfellow, Mrs. with the administrator of fence gamed through two hurricanes CITY BOARD MEETS

For $$80,000 inCompromise one The of program series in of Stuart diet will be E. W Moore Mr Joe Crowder, the hospital and an opportunity to ob- i Stuart City Commission will hold)
courses Mrs. Helen Brtto| Mrs Allen Tree Lane'," serve at a well-planned disaster i regular meeting at City Hall
I Christmas a glorified on
First 6 MonthsBuilding being presented by the local Heart held .
drill at St.
recently Mary'sHospital
Brown .
Mrs. J B Dutton, Mrs ,
Act Association, Similar programs are Norma Johnson, Mrs. J. C Cress, bazaar, will be held Dee. 3- Also four new electri. : Monday, Nov \9 at 8 pm

scheduled In Delray Beach. Belle Mrs Carl Greco, Mrs, J. M Pate, 4 at the Stuart Woman's Club. A cal switch panels have just been LnnL AusrHTrsrvs I

permits issued in Martin taled seventy-two for a total of A damage suit for $300,000 was Glade and West Palm Beach. Mrs, J, F. Powers, Mrs. Ronald booth progress chairman report.was: crafts given'Mrs by each installed thereby making it possible Ilf TIIH cot HT OK TIIM (-(5 I NTY
County during the first ten $376,203 compared with eighty- settled for $80.(100) by compromise Allison! Mrs D. H, Manteller, Roy to Klectivejy load all of the JIIM.IIS l s :' ,M ton MAH1I1
months of I 1964 amounted to a total eight for 1138,239 I in October shortly before the case was to be \Women Golfers Mrs H Carpenter, Mrs Virginia Victor Bennett, ;toys sewing, Mrs, Mrs.Marge Anthony Heckler hospital area, with the exceptionof H sea%1F2.Ir' rw'HID< '.. ''H<>1IN
of $4,393,918 for 7)1 I permits, 1903 ; I heard In circuit court lust Monday Silha, Mrs. Bessie Scharkardt Mrs. Mrs John Hoffman 'central air conditioning on THH H fell' ART) )
; mTTH OF f
or $675,418 less than the total Morris Cassnhoom, Stuart was Mary Evans, Mrs Dennis Rinokli, the emergency generator KOKKHT HILL j
.. !
of $5,069,336 for 791 permit for suing Hurry Embree, also of Stuart, Took Part in I Mrs H H. Hipson Jr, Mrs. Rob. white Christmas elephant goodies, Mrs, Mrs. J M Snyder P, Nelson ., 1\01'lf.t I'll a..5ii.."....., I

the same period of 1963, a record Auto for Injuries suffered when he was art Johnson and Mrs Jamees Grossruckle and Mrs. John Hart, All credit nrs or th:I,1'I51Hs. aatat of
struck by a car driven by Embree.In I gifts Red tDisputed Robert H, Hill dmwiaml. a',. h.:n'4
year.October another case involving Injuries Recent MeetFive Christmas gift seeders are invitedto br .. tab r-qiilr.d to file any
permits this year to- sustained in accident Awards were received by: I. browse and have a free cup of Halm* or d.m n.t. whlih th. r sass
Make Tour an auto medallion Mrs. Olive Hubbard hair avalim cold cutnt* ,In ttm ore
Judge C. Pfeiffer Trowbridge, members of the Martin I I coffee. ;flee of the Oonnly Juan. or M....
grunted a judgement County Ladies Golf Association taps, Mrs Jennie Belle Du ton Guy Cromwell was suelpeak.. by tin County. l-l.> """. In tho 4"Pnurt

Chief f Taylor Is To Museum wbich had been summary requested by the participated/ in the Upper East : and Mrs. A. Moore, and pin, Mrs, er Ha said that his working relationship TS hr.uai.: ?"at Ktuarl tnol"h l-lnrlda.'">m tba within'dnt. st o!*|

attorney for the defense The case Coast' Wojrien .( .*>if Aiwcltilirw 1 "Wesley" Nay lor with the Auxiliary was lj"w"rit.p"t'llr""ntl... '!...Im "' ths notice.. .
or domand
was Pickens Woodward* versus Lee meeting' at Port Si. Lucio Country Mrs Karl Stonehurncr, president one of the most pleasant! aspects of City DadsTwo W./tln.; and. mao .al.Juiint th. kw Mm In'*
Back From Meet Cart of yesteryear in mint condition Schermer Jr Woodward was Injured Club Thursday and Friday, Oct. and Mrs Tolcy Lngebrctsen his job as administrator. or of the fwildrn clalmunt, and pwt-orrir. *.m1lri.ua
purred! from Stuart Fire while riding with former 29-30, I were named delegates to the annual A brief review was made of strips" of red carpet installed la by the claimant and ,UIIINI hla b aacnt sworn nil .
Stuart winners for holes 1964 conference of the Ma attorn.v. or It will b.. vnliit
At LouisvillePolice Constable Ralph Ward when eighteen possible future projects for consideration on the sidewalks of Flag Station the Elliott Museum' '
to on to
Ward's car overturned Ward was were: Jackie Hartsell low net A,F.H,A, at ( learwater on Nov 4 i by the Auxiliary, Including ler Avenue and Osceola Street over 3 nrrtlnif November law lest" << : 0"
Sunday afternoon at the Palm first flight Connie Gladden low and S where the theme II, "Serv RICH SRI (' \
Chief and Mr, Jesse I. chasing Schermer'i car when ho lost its asslstanc9" in the introduction the weekend received anything O !irotLF.T
Beach Vintage Car Club made its I control and rolled over injuringboth i net second flight: Oeraldlne Krueger ice Through Education" I of a selective: menu for but red carpet treatment from the Hi Rob.rt vlitir II,of HIM Ihn drraard will of
Taylor returned Friday from third annual trek to the Museum Ward and Woodward low gross third flight: Marian Mrs Bertha Moore and Mrs patients The MId for a greater City Commission, HAflRT r. ffII: :'".

Louisville, Ky. where Chief Taylor of the! Wheel. Ke{leher, low gross fourth flight, Peter Guetno, were appointed to I volume of services during the coming It was reported at Monday evening Attnrnr-r KlHrt tub for: E>*I rutor. 1M|.
attended the annual convention : Or, if you want to split hairs, SACK IUNCII AND Betty Madren was low net winner work out plum |\0 enter a float year was revealed by an, analysis 's commission meeting that the Pub: No\: 5O''i.. It, 84, 1114. ,
of the International Association to tho Museum! of Vehicular Evo- BUSINESS MEET I for nine holes, Overall play In the Christmas\ parade of certain operating statistics. carpet had been laid outside the -)>OTKr: fit HPHII'r'M, \I.tI IM
of Chiefs of Police. lution. FOR V\OMAN'S. CLUBA I for the field for the two days was The snack bar committee, Mrs. I For example, during the past year I II Stag Shop by Stuart O Lund of r\tI.:: .riHttir: .', sso HT >I More than 2,800 law enforce- They were like aging sack lunch at 12:30 p.m. will Joy Hazclton. Fort Pierce, W, Nay lor. co-chairman. Mrs John I 4,100 I patients were treated In the i Stuarts of Stuart without the I J. w 11411..11') ITM or rLOHsII

Anent officer from most countriesof In excellent condition, 'elephants precede the Woman Club of Stuart New officers the elected f'resr.. Wolf. Mrs, Geraldine. Brooks Mrs hospital emergency. rooms and II )permission of the commission. "Ialnllf' : 1
night at were j
the Free World' attended, and elephant burying ground and business meeting Wednesday, banquet : -- -- (Some months ago Lund asked I THOMAS YATBR I
k highlight of tha convention was caving it again under their own Nov. I 11 J. A business meeting for I dent Dotue Offner, Fort Pierce, the CIty Commission! for I'JC'I'miSoion also .known a> 1. T YATHI4, { ,

a n address by Evangelist' Billy power; all booth chairmen for the hit. vice Pierce president, Betty Henry, Connie Fort to place carpet on the sideWalk I ny flftuc, ..f I a''Writ"of \:*"...i4.
Graham. Tho old buffs who zuar will be held. at I 11 L30 I: .m.SAUHSII secretary-treasurer iT outside hit place of businesson Sloe In mi hand Uaiird sat of IM'
I car pridd Ciliiddcn, Stuart. F k W ny C/'rule ( r.tiri In a nut of t \\',
Chief Taylor said that he did themselves not only In keeping The handicap \tournament Marts East Ocean Boulevard and was !' follnnil.. :acalnd. Jamai Thnmn;
CLUB'SANNUAL turned down. Yai atop .
(not have to do as big a Job of their ancient vehicles in top-note Tuesday, Nov 10 and will continuefor ; ) dues attratad known on Al>M aa| M J T H4 Ysfr4. the
public relations a* h. usually does shape but also in first-class SUPPER: four weeks, The matter was speedily dealt Judrnirnl an whlnh rix-utlon wnmlf ..
I with by Mayor Ray Cooke. who I..ine .arts. < ..... .
Many Northerners told him that fling condition, toured the muse Stuart Sailfish Club was scheduled Court I..*! 'f"M..i"t MvcVvM
Stuart) was really selling itself now Urn'| exhibit of antique vehicles, to hold I its annual dinner The average Frenchmen strike ,: stated The boys will take care "n all rlrht. nil... and Inl...., o)
that the four-laning and beautificatlon '- smugly comparing their own galloping < meeting at the Manatee Yacht Club 1,300 matches a year, accordingto ; d d.rn df of that in the morning. I lit'unw* aald. lami T.THnmaa: ,Tatoa. slop
I I I He did not which end fn4
of U. S. I allow travelers jibpin with vehicle of the; Restaurant, starting at 6:30 I the national tobacco and match :. ? I specify "boyI"or Ik.)* fntlowlns n...rr"d pronor.1.I *

to know where they are. tame period in permanent" -storage I Wednesday' Nov, 4, p.m.1' monopoly,
I was still in both places, lass rijrmoi, Mist/raw' Waron,
: i Building Inspector William F P.f>.II n.*..'. HlfL"III1 lSrfil, Flor.
Irt a Ts. ,.W 114 Tubt
\'( Wheeler stated that the owners of f1A14411Ynue.
the Stag Shop had refused to remove
,I. h.....
," elrsn th.I
;. the carpet and were appealIng T,,.''' II. I., der, of I4e.mh.r oh
';''' to the commission at its net' 1514 hrlwssn Ih. Soups of 15:0:
I AM ant 1 .* fit. at '.
meeting on Monday Nov. 9, i>n Ih* aald I dar al Ih* front,: Asa*
of th* 4le5M. rial: tlarat. tiJ
I. lhr r mum south of Stuart nil
LFTTIR DEADLINE A-1-A. I will. aril all Hunt tltl, an,|
ON HOMECOMING:' Inbssl| of Slur Mid Jams Thnma
Yalrs,, alan known .. J. T lat:**
Don forget, folks Saturday\ I* and In IS,* ahnvp di>d t>rop.

'i Nov 7, I is the deadline for those .trtf..I kM.at t "I Won't Be Able to Attend Homecoming / and iM ro.laDrys
: Because Utters. this l.in uns.v day sty Otnbrr hand: and. l*..l...1|
Wed like a few more by then t'ltTf'cf'I< :: DIIEHiri

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: CHASON'S: GARAGE 317 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY STUART the Navy k transferring a recent. ) the' music school.Carl 2873262 Krucgcr Bldg. Stuart
graduate of Martin' County High I. ** immunei M the bas -

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51t 'RT tillssMu) :N'EW'S TIwwWJ'. Mnon: S. IN4 7.4.'lO
Cot ware: Mr and. Mr B. J. Hvt Jilt ee I
[t's Savings Loan Week Abbott. Mr and Mrs. Alan Browne. I
Mr aId ....*. Vt.Mn Cbalati. fcl : ATIiM: >ED aat* duster of NSA at Azure
flier QoM Mr and Mr Roland I ARtS I INSlllinK! : TW* on Lido Beach Saturday '
, By Bryant Proclamation LiMd. Mr. and Mn. John Mc- \irp! m.i Vcazw. trcaitanr of the I OW I)1.
Quigg and KM, Jack, who wa a sti( ,.in i hillier .df National. &SKMit TiMm among 187 mere I
nor Farm Bryant has menu a mat majority of die na-1, weekend visitor Mr and Mrs \'is Axs'':',IIIn. t International) tarws who toured the RmglmgUM
N the week of Nov R-I tans 6000 ttwwga and loan at- 'Web Ordway Mr and Mr Andrew "red I \1111' Miller a pKMPMftvti 1M......... ,.
.. and Loan Week sociaiKHW, will be holding it5 KVmy P..... Don SMwwt Mr ,r. a ,nhcr. attended! the Literal Art
announced William. D. .aaranj aanual convention in nd. Mr. Harry Swfrajahnnn. Mr wI y, ?i uttua' sponsored_bv the_ Sara- New Want Ads for Result ...
and Mn. Tiowwrklg*. James -- -
executive vice president MiaMi Botch Cynw
Saving and Loan Huney said the Florida Saving I. WI>ipah. VM.. Beach Mr. and
and Loan league and i its I 134 member Mrs: Harold AaiMy. Fort Pierce
executive maul the associations with over ".ono.- Mr. and Mrs Albert\ Bnltard and ;uvs,
Issued the proclamation OUO.OOO) in amd I William Sunfkm. 11
of the contribution
{ and loan astocMlions COT 45 D\YS M\RIIN MEMORIAL
to the economy of ROM THE JUDGE I IIOSPIT\L Announcing.

f Births Mr. and Mr Christian :; i il't M
the week in which the Finley of little Dixie wu: I
and loan association* will sentenced to forty-five\ day In jail Rhodes, a son. Oct. 29 Mr. and NEW
i the United States Sav in lieu of fine by Judge Harry F Mrs l'harleJullt fe. a son. Oct I
Loan League, which! rep- Dyer in Municipal Court Tlica- N.; Mr. and Mrs Frank Damrona t tV
day night on a charge of assault son Oct. 10; Mr. and Mrs. Gene OBEDIENCE
and battery lord a daughter\ (Kl \0): Mr
AR/\ AN 1.IVDSEY and Mrs luiipc Cabrera a son,
t B\UMVNS IIIIIICOCMVIL : Nov I, Mr and Mrs. Raymond
f PARTY White, a daughter. Nov I I; Mr 4 CLASS
t SERVICE and Mrs i-rvm Campbell a IM>II.
Guests<< at a cocktail party given Nov. 2: Mr. and Mm Eugene : : .
287-1637 recently by Mr and Mrs Walter I Moore a daughter Nov 2: Mi
Bauman at their home in PelkanIt w 4'
and Mn Thotnu Hanshaw' a !on.
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Nov 2Oct Conducted by

II Be Beautiful for Fall I 27-Admitted, Carla Fvans .
John R Saw tell, Terry Snell ..
With a New Style from and Verla Ross; discharged, Stephen The Stuart-Fort Pierce

Poux' David Forrester and NEW MrMBFRS: of the Junior Woman' Cluh are Mr Harold Smith, Mr*. Wallace Cook and Mr,

PARK PLAZA I'h'lIil.arih.. I Joseph BevIs, The picture vu made during.the initiation! ceremony held Monday (evening in the
Oct 28-Admitted. Laura Garrett Woman Club Building Heading the club this! year ore Mr Guy (Cronmcll president, and Mr. KENNEL CLUB
Ole Ivenon, Cornell Diaz,
1 each November and April
Rod AdcrholJt, Vice president, New members are enrolled twica year in
BEAUTY SALON Cecil Johns', Anthony Victor, Mar.
guru Mellon, Elizabeth Allison, I
317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-JS38 Donald Johnson, Richard Ciuer I II Junior Women Have Flower Hour for all dogs over' 6 months old

OWNER GEORGIA IIARDWICK rero, Velma and Mre.Chhristiana Rhodes CharlesJustice i _
Discharged, Mildred Rogers John I BEGINNING ,
====SRECFJTIONISTi BFTTYE IIARDWICK R. Saw tell. C'. B. Arbogast Jr.. The Junior \Vommi; Club of are urged to get their entries: in loMr The executive board will meet
Harold Pierce Virgil Skinner, Stuart met Monday evening.. Nov. *. Donald Lore. The first place I at the home of Mr*. Kermit Tucker 7i30 PJVI. AT SEARS' ROEBUCK
Brenda Hare and Carla Fvans. 2. at the VNomani Club Building trophy :li on display at the FirstNational on Nov. 19 The next regular _
Oct. 29-Admitted, Margaret Tho program for the eveningwas Bank ofStuurt meeting of the Junior! Woman PARKING:"< lOf IN IORF PIERCE
Moore Mrs. Frank Damron Henry entitled Flower Hours." Mr The Public Affairs Department Cluh sill be on Dec 14 at the
I1JITTThYdFounded Hinson, May B. Kennedy Lucite Jack Wchcr demonstrated corsage Mr. Robert Murky. chairman, announced "home of Mr. Guy N. Cromwell. This coarse" will rover all phwe' of husk olwdlrvrttraining. ::
Beckman, C. B. Hudson making All member and guest. that the club offered babysitting The fine arts department will have
Inez Huggms, Abhie Parnell and partiupated: Mums were donatedby and transportation to the the 1 his i II C'hristiniasCohosie.se : No applltartmts far training will be accepted =
Pamela Rinker: discharged Mrs knouw Flower Farm and mat polls in connection with their "(let will be Mr*. Carl I).I after '\\'..clnt'tlclaylahl..
James Ledhetter and son, Verla trials were donated by Mrs. Weber Out and Vote Campaign" on election I RICOH. Mr*. Frank Zorn and Mr*. ,
1916 ROM Mildred Pittman Thompson The devotional wa* given "by diiy, Also on November J, l Donald lore.
Richbell. Frances Hudck May B Mrs. Dunial Carl)Ck. Mr. William the chub sponsored' Blood Bunk -------- -- '
Kennedy, Margaret Melton Eva McKnight and Mrs. David Burkey Tags which were given to donors" al ,
Ingling and Anthony Victor were hontesse tho Blood Bank Pouter were setup I rdetJ
Oct. -Admitted, Mr. Gene I New member Initiated In a polling places to I 1
Experienced personnel and Ford. William Maine and T. R. candle light ceremony were: Mrt. .e.t: l">donate blood. at h'I \\VI r
Chambers: discharged Mabel I Joseph M Bcvis, Mr*. Wallace an'* Club building Mr*. Mallory 1 "
facilities to accommodate Webster Elizabeth Allison! Pamela Coot and Mrs. Harold *miih Johnson wa in charge of this, SLIM AWAY., /
Rinker and Abbie Parnell. Mrs. Frank Zorn chairman of project. i f -! I
Oct. 31-Admitted, Mrs Ray- the Christmas parade\, announced The Junior Woman' Club will : r i I }
families of all faithsR.
mond White, Andy Matson' and that five bands will participate in collect good used clothing to be 1.IU1LJC"ff1N; BULGED
Albert Dryer; discharged, Blanche the parade to be held Dee. 5, Organizations sent to the Sutiland Training Center : I'
Bruce, Margaret Moore, Velma and commercial concern In Gainesville November, SHEER ,t' ...
Proper, Herbert Brennen Donald planning to enter the parade Members were reminded to bring I f'J f'' '
Johnson and Richard Guerrero. Christmas gifts for the Sunlaix) STRETCH COMFORT/
Nov. I I-Admitted. Dora Ba- HIGH SCHOOL NUll'S children to ,the I December meet
bineau, Helen Rietz Beatrice Wil ing. : r t f ,
ton, Mrs. Falipe Cabrera and By KAY PARADISFIC10RY I At4. / > ,'.if
Mrs Larry Ankrom chairmanof -
Mrs. Ervin Campbell, discharged \' DANCE PLANNED rl'l. t
the education announced
Geneva Chance, Ruth Bernan,: The juniors are sponsoringvictory a that the dim department will present ., 1 \ I
Mr. Gene ford and daughter .
I dance following the Vero I children's hooks to the Martin (
Nov. 2-Admitted: Lola Johnson beheld
C. Johns & Ronald H. Johns Mariam Tucker, Mary Welsch, Beach at football the Llks: game Lodge It and will the I County National Library Chiklren on Nov Book 4 during Week. .
Mary Ball Zola Long Kate Palm admission I It fifty cents stag and
A* one of UM Club' promts. die #
Mr Eugene Moore and Mr*
er -five cents drag I
teveniy JumorWnrnan1* Chtb'' will N selling
1012 PNDIANTOWN ROAD I Terry T h 0.1a.. Snell a:Hanshaw Bernice Stevens.; discharged Mrs., SENIOR.: ACI1V1IIES bones of not cards with j I ;' tall "' :;
lorlda Mrs. Bcvis I I. in Playtex' Living'LongLine;
Christiana Rhode and son, Mrs. The senior clans has taken the scene
STUART FLORIDA AT 7-3434 Frank Damron and son and Mrs. promotion of school spirit as a charge of this project ,
Guests" at the circling w e reMr :
Every Friday prepar-I I .i
Charles Justice and son project
------ *. Marshall\ Evans', Mr, La"matne
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KOII anti I Stretch Strap Bra
Date to Fnjoy sheer stretch

al, Children \.nnlaUllur'l I7 comfort with .
and American
OLE COLONY RESTAURANT Nov 40Delegule. atljtisfihto/ cushioned
from the Junior Woman stretch strap
'* Club of Stuart will/ mend! the '
District 10 lour of officer In West won'I twist, curl or f
u. S. 1 ACROSS FROM KWIK CIIEK SHOPPING CENTER Palm Beach on Nov. !kw their stretch .

... wYM'dntOBITUARIES J L ..allJ let you reach,

OPEN FROM 11 a.m. till 8:30: p.m. CI-OSFD MONDAYS stretch freely

Cool, sheer elastic back: ,


WINNIE' BIRWN GENTRY way stretch wont r
Mr*. Winnie Burton Gentry" elsie up. moves' 1
tixly/ -four, of 'I I J4ne lane, Jensen > and breathes with you,
PICK UP TAKE HOME Beach, died at Martin Memorial ""
Hospital on Ocl %7. 2 Inch: comfort
She was a member of Ourthey waistband, plus' n-

K.Y Golden Giant Oaken Bucket O'Chicken Grove Church of God In Anderson elusive' flaU magic
Honey Dipped '
County. S. C Mn. Gentry I I. survived
"by her husband lance I I. midriff for umxxhfsi'htisl '

Brown Fried Chicken Serves 7 to 10 People Gentry of Jensen Beach and one .to-hlp\ lint tvtr s"rCotbaallned l
S.C sister, Mr*. Nola 1..11. of fit:kens, nylon l lane

COLE SLAW FRFAC1I FRIES FRFJSni AND COLF: !lIAW Service lend l Hurlat' were. held cup hold then e
$ 1 1 a5 $5.65
l HONEY ROLLS Ondivldswl Serving. ) HONEY HOT ROIL in (ireenvilfe. S. C. John llmnd' stop" and your, s '
\Home was In charge of local' ar '
White., 32A 42C
range-men* Xt54 ,


5 MINUTE Golden Fried Honey Dipped 5 MINUTE ty-four.William Beach of died 7]Curtis LrtiUa in Martin Maine Arenas,Memo seven-, Jansen $795 4 .

led! Hospital on Saturday, Oct JlH I.
SERVICE $395 SERVICE war a niiiv of Nnr" York, TIle Mw.....everrwhe
moving in Jensen B *ch three .r* wvlnf aMrl-.
year ago from KMnebeck: N. Y 11dyAsr Kvlnfl. ftrtHh Bra,
Before his rata anat he was with t is
We Serve in Our Dining Room & PatioFILET DM Hoprtal of New l and Yak Welfare MaMl Department .., gh/ rebeiwsnrtwash.4maahar.....ekIe. .area h s

> I Ie survived kr hi* wile, Eli**. Iklnda.VNilu.. $2A-40C.0Nt. .3.9
beth. of Jensen Beach. and one Also Moytet UwMt la.seb... ..
sort. Glenn C.. of N.. York. w11t' pi....he.sues.sken'..
Funeral strvice: wf field (I bosh and tIMCM114'Lor ,

SEAFOODS PRIME ROAST RIB OF BEEF AU JUS Chapel the Yates Marcy Jensen**Beach 2 fm Funeral? with" 1 F w ff J'esr

BAR.B.QUE AND HOMEMADE PIES the Rev Jack Fcmandcx. pastor
of the Rb Bap i CfonaiMNt foitosvwtAfctjrr w sow amts sow w r..ra was -a.a.rr w Mow sow sow ta.q..M raw r.e
"Ole Southern Style With II Smile"OUR -wwqrswa..lean s'a4 aewrn rsHaW C-aas.w a esw-a sw brMMaa4 MrM.saw k

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PHONE NUMBER 287-1133 August" DC***, l ninety-five, ofJCAWA
Bexli. died Sa turd II y at
the River Dm Nursing lion
H. had moved here one year
ago. from Ctflkumau, Ohio, wheel
N. bad god attte. IH He....
D e WE SERVE BUSINESS a member of the First. Pvangclml
1 Church of C_1AMIt Mr, D..
was a member of the Bankers

'a. MEN'S SPECIAL LUNCH at Beneficial Lt Asocia4 of Cnci

t! lie l It swvh' d by bi. ...Otcav

::! -+. : ) tr Specially Prepared by Mrs Goddard rW.f..w.Dtm.-'fA.J.IMM O U Beach IMMmon" and one a fliNstral

CTneoad, 0It"-"
-Al O\j *TVK.* were bell at 2
p.M, Nov, I M the Yarn Jaw
tack OufcL Tk a..". K..tMT

ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES Ihncll*CIf dy Community, poor. of Ckurek.the Jensen offt-

da ted. Burbl m .to All Swats'Cowtery h


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11m STUART (Fla) NEWS Thursday, November 5, 1964 presided over by Mn Helen Rtohanfcoo. November Busy Revised Code Is tIRM OFFICE CHARTERED SUPPLIES::

Md tfce dwet MJ* were
I For WW I VeteransThe Soil Conservation NewsBy Secretary of Stole Tom Adams
given by M*. Ante Illness Chairmen !
To Be Passed has announced the chartering! of:
JENSEN BEACH NEWS for at fee fair projoe** were WprW War I Auxiliary will By Southern Office Supplies Inc. Stuart -
appointed tad Mrs. M Chmtte meet Friday, Nov. 6 at the new LEE CASON JR. authorized stock, V50 sharesof

I was MIA .! to serve M chairman CommuMty Church on Skyline -- City November 9A I common at $1 per share filed
MRi. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Corre pond..l AT 7.17A .
of die Kmtettuif conmfekM.Mrs. Drive. All members are urged to The U. S. Department of Agri: gency and food distribution goals October 22 1964 dealing in office

m I Fred Myers was appointed Mend this important mcetiin-g as culture II one of the nation's many Agricultural Stabilization and copy of the Stuart Lode con.tainillJ Jack supplies W Hampton Incorporators Mallory[ are L.
day school teachers and waken chtfciMM of the neat Brother. election: of officers will be held. public organizations that would Conservation is responsible for food ordinance of general application Johnson and Robert F. McRobertsJr.
Church News are urged to attend I hood meeting supper to be assisted Dues are now payable to Mrs. Ce- play a vital role, primarily to management and production.' They I of the City of Stuart .. all of Stuart
agnculture In the event of atomic estimate i the food situation. take and the charter, is on file at city I
The Community Church annual The Friendship Circle met at by Mrs. Ada Luther, Mn cile Harlow, Ocean Breeze Park, warfare against the homefront. action to save foods, release food hall for any wishing to examine it
the church I George Sommer and Mrs Pearl and must be paid by Dec 30 In Martin its payment, and make This code will be submitted to
fair will be held Saturday, Nov Tuesday, Oct 27. Those order blood bank I is one of numerous guarantee :I
(14, beginning at 9 am All proceeds present were Mrs. Luella Miner Gay card active to keep. your counties that have organized USDA food announcements the City Commission at its meeting '
will go toward completionof Mrs Loretta Wilcoic, Mrs. Dorothy Mrs Mack Costello and Mrs. County Defense Boards which con. Farmers Home Administration, on the evening of Nov. 9, at
the new sanctuary building. Kalb, Mrs Newton Tweedy, Mrs. Mary Stiles were appointed host. The Auxiliary of World War' duct defense planning and operation in the event of a defense emergency which time an ordinance will be
A large variety of merchandisewill George Nunn, Mrs Merton Chase, eases to serve refreshments at the I will sponsor a dessert card par as a pert of their. continuous would provide credit to eligible adopted accepting it The purposeof
be offered, including: shell. Mrs Helen Richardson, Mrs Martin County Ministerial Asso ty Nov 19, at I p.m. at the com programs The Martin Board is applicants in support of the this code is to assemble in one sa
work and jewelry, trash and treasures John Kuhn, Mrs Albert Behr, ciation meeting to be held at the munity center. Mrs Helen Fer Composed: of representatives from loud production program. They place all current ordinances.
handcraft, dishcloths, recipes Mrs George Sommer, and Mrs. Community Church guson is chairman and Mrs Elea the Agricultural Extension Service, would also provide help in acquiring The Town of Stuart was created
and plaques, food, Christmas gifts Albert Bray Happy birthday wishes were extended nor Diffendal co hairman. There Agricultural Stabilization and Con guarantees and loan arrangements In 1914 and many of the ordinances -
will be table and door prize and servation, Soil Conservation: Serv for food processors and have been repealed, or modified
and decorations, plants and trees.Miss Plans were completed for the, to Mrs Mabel Golden, !
ice, and the Farmers Home Ad. distributors. This code will exclude those
Laura Atmar will give an lunch to be served at the annual Mrs Polly Silander, Mrs. Ruth the public is invited ministration ,
it also Soil Conservation Service woulddo will
'I ; cooperates which have been repealed and -
art demonstration and you may fair. A nominating committee was Roberts, Mrs. Hilda Costello and World War I Barracks and Aux with outside agencies and groups agricultural radiological moni bring up to date those ordinances
have your fortune told and your named, consisting of Mrs. Newton I Mrs. Gertrude Himcs. Hostesses iliary, No 854, will hold memorial Agricultural Extension Service toting, damage assessment, tech: which are of general application. I
for this
blood taken. Tweedy, chairman Mrs Christian meeting were Mn. Help
pressure services, at the Community center assists the Board in understanding nical service relating to conservation -
The Friendship Circle will serve Kalb Kalb and Mrs Albert Bray. Mrs. I Spetz, Mrs Belle Johnson Mrs at 10:30 a.m. on Veterans Day, its responsibilities and planning; and use of water, assist food I Taxes from tobacco on the city
lunch throughout the day, the ; was appointed missionary Elizabeth Chapman, Mrs Ann Nov 11, An appropriate program I they also provide Information and production programs, and provide county, state and federal level!) I The
menu consisting of hamburgers, act chairman will be for the circle, and a proj( I Kuhn and Mrs Lillian Quincy. has been planned honoring the occasion educational. materials to farmers, the military needed terrain data. I last year totaled more than $3," ,
frankfurters, potato salad, baked started soon. The circlevoted I and the public is invitedto other rural people, and the food Representatives of Martin agri- 27,000.000. ltJt'ciestbrides' / h P
beans, cake, pie, doughnuts, coffee I to become affiliated i with attend Industry on survival, food production cultural agencies met recently at r
and punch. I Fellowsbip the Florida Association Women', Christian Lion's ClubThe processing, storage, and dis the Agricultural Center, Stuart,, to I rr :; !;1Il f ,
Beginning at 430: Dm., the : I PERSONALSThe tribution. Information is given to formulate the 1963 program for are
Church Aid Circle will serve a Mrs Newton Tweedy gave the' local governments, service clubs, the Agricultural Conservation, Program
pancake and sausage supper, with devotional. She also conducted I Lions Club of Jensen Beach Women's Society of Christian and news media for distribution. Service. The latter is the' 1leurbrides.
Mrs. James Price in charge ; a Junior High quiz which she has. met at Milan's Restaurant Oct Service of the Trinity Meth. Farmers and food industries are U. S Department of Agriculture de.Lis
used in teaching Sunday school. 21, with twenty-five members and odist! Church is having its annual given guidance in meeting cmer- agency thut assists eligible farmers
Cottage prayer meeting wilt be Mrs Loretta Wilcox:< was host-' four guests present! Guests were sale of food, baked goals! and ,and ranchers with costs! of applying
held Thursday, Nov 5 at 7 pmt for the evening. Delicious refresh Albert Palmer, Bob Greene, Joe gift items! at the community cen programmed soil water, plant, and
the home of Mrs Charles ments were served following the Cjrccnlces and the guest! speaker, ter Saturday, Nov, 14, starting soon scheduled for a tour of dutyin wildlife conserving! practices.. ,
Wheeler, 513 Skyline Drive completion of business. Henry Offutt, of Fort Pierce. Albert 9am. at.. Cuba. I, Attending the meeting were Wal eyrf
Palmer was inducted as a ler M. Hupfcl, Thomas F. Clements '
The Christian Education Committee I The Church Aid Circle held its new member of the club Mr and Mrs Charles D Gay Mr.llId Mrs. Leo Venditt of and Dean S. Smiley, members W
will meet Thursday, Nov. regular meeting Wednesday Oct Plans were completed' for the and sons, Charles Gregory, Robert Freeport, N Y., have moved into 'of the Agricultural. Conservation
5 at 8 p.m. in the church All Sun. 28 at the church. The meeting was turkey shoot, Nov 15 Also on the Bradley and Richard Allen, of their new home on Linda Drive. Program Service and the Martin Complete Consultation Service
agenda Is a pancake breakfast on Satellite Beach, were guests of his I They have been guests at t the Soil Conservation District For the
Nov 29 The next regular meet. parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles L Melaleuca Cottages since July 21, Agricultural Conservation ProgramService
Where this emblem U I displayed, you are ing will be held. Nov, 4 at Sey Guy, of the Meluleuca Cottages, ''I awaiting construction of their Douglas Zant, office I .
Sunday Oct. 25. They enjoyed s home. Melton Holmes field. I
and ,
mour's Inn. manager
assured the
of finest insurance service reunion which included I 808 South 6th Street, 464-3882
Soil Conservation ,
man, were present!
Mr and Mrs Richard Thompson Abood Center
in the land. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gay and Service was represented by Shopping
Duryea.BoyJIVeddi1lg their Mrs Emma of Erie, Pa., are house guests EQUIPMENT I PIERCE
I daughter, Zenger Mrs : Lee Cason Jr County Agricultural FORT
of Mrs. aunt,
Thompsons! '
HeldThe and son, Todd and daughter, Agent L. M. Johnson appeared for Osceola Avenue 287-2399
Whitman of Coconut Park
Myrtle I'
Gaye, of Jensen Beach, and Mrs. this I I' the Extension Service. ..
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Gladys Sutliff, a resident at Mela- They are ', Seventeen soil, water, plant, and
Trinity Methodist Churchwas area with the intention of becoming -
the scene of the beautiful wedding Icuca, permanent residents wildlife conservation practices
service on/ Tuesday, Oct 27, Mr and Mrs William Dale of were adopted for Martins 1965 ,
uniting Chester Mrs.Boyd),Laura both Duryea of Jensen and Silver I Lake,af"M: Mr of, andMrs Mt I YOUTH GROUP MTETS Agricultural. Eligibility Conservation, description Program of QUININE TO Q-TIPS
of the
Beach I The senior youth group practices, cost sharing and other ;
Caramel, Conn., arrived recently
Jensen Beach Community Church information may be obtained,
I The Rev Neil M Gonsalus officiated to spend the winter season as met Sunday, Nov t in the com through Douglas Zant of Agricultural One of our responsibilities Is maintaining a stock: of thousands
: with the musical offerings guests at the Melalcuca Cottages munity hall with eighteen present Sta silizatiors & Conservation
by Mrs. Ruth Hall The couple Mr and Mrs Jack Schuler of President Helen Kay Smith called : Service, at the Martin Agricultural I of Items and drug Some may be called fur only rarely but
was attended by Mr and Mrs the inciting to order. Center, South Dixie Highway/ :
James Clark Following the ceremony Orchard Lake, Mich., arrived last the Halloween being prepared at all times In part of our service to the community
The seniors judged StuartSupervisors I
Thursday for a weeks visit with
W. B. TILTON a reception was held at the .
Mr. Shuler mother, a resident of costumes for the junior youth of the Martin Soil
community center for ninety five Poor Bob Trailer Park. T h group with prizes awarded to the Conservation District will meet at I .., .. ,.
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guests Shulers are guests at the Melaleuca following persons! : most original, Indiantown Wednesday night, 7:30,
Th. reception was given through/ Cottages, Robin Tilton; funniest, Robbie pm., Nov. 4, to conduct District
INSURANCE the courtesy of the officers and Woodruff; wierdest, Gay Tweedy business W M Hupfel, D. s.1
AGENCY members! of World War I Bar. Mr and Mrs George Undsey Devotions followed the judging Smiley,T F, Clements,tSdK f, I
racks and Auxiliary, of which the I of Falls Church, Va, enjoyed a Guest! speaker was 'Kenneth and C W, Sanor are s
Since 1921 bridal pair are members. short visit In Jensen Beach recently Moore, a member of the Palm supervisors and officers 1
JENSEN BEACH AT 7.1411 before going down to the City United Church of Christ (Con Roble P. Rams, engineering, aid, :
I Reward paid to 753 tax inform. Keys to visit their son who is stationed relational) whose topic was, "Why Soil Conservation Service, Stuart, ;
-- .en totalled $458,688 in 1963 aboard a destroyer and is_ to_Enter 'the Ministry" has resigned, effective Nov 6.I I
I Rains who has been assisting' the !

I a f Martin Soil Conservation about I as
", \ four months, very satisfactorily, '
Searstown .- volunteered for the U S. Air
For Force. Ha will be inducted at

Miami on Nov 7.
Minute Maid Groves, Indian-
town cooperators with the Martin,
HtAWORLDOF Soil Conservation District, are
: making a trial planting of Armex YOUR REXALL STORESTUART
Luplnd between citrus rows Ar-
max lupine is said to be one of the DRUG CORP.OPPOSI
better lupines: for soil improve- .
WONDERFUL ment, and wind and water erosion
I control during the winter and R. R. STATION, STUAR 287-1822
At tory's aio. sale. b ever A spring.
final nnta and -- ---- --
you are happy II..:
satisfied with your purchase FASHIONS '

and ,yeah Ilk. our friendly

layaway and,charge account ,
planet BED

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t fashion that fit all figures, tabuloiM \ I

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5ewdoaaa special -,. Yea get *ofa bed sad matchingchair
x' rife with gala fwtKUksl! Lory's i
similiar to fflwlration .* choice of new floral paitms
fashion are from far-flung corners of the I SOFA OPENS brocade or a)km Meet, plus ihi.** MUchhf tablet, two

U. & A. from the leading INTO A BED decorator lamps and two throw pillows, Toss get every
I thing for toe low cash price. of onlyi
w-- The Many Look manufacturer at prler that areso a

You Mix or flattering tuol And for fashion j

Match fur satisfaction, another Important factor .
day time orplajtlme
no sal. hi ever final at Lor)1! It'* your worUlFor 1tt Glamour Top Imported l beaded $
w !lung hn iUn 34 to 42 :
Arnel Jmty Print $39.99

": BIIMDft slap 94 to
40 from fashions that art fkxlblt Errata; Long Skirt, crepe or aatia
t.no from dawn to dusk com I at. site f to II bback.ahke-plnk-Wwt M
our wonderful r4ecHoi of ATOM :
Mtta coat tpwtawearUngdrl $25.99 to $2959

e .. I Mr. Thornwa Stretch .bras and 1ICnMIJMe. YOU SAVE $61-REGULAR $21995ROWELL'S
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Garden Club ap ti 4I I i 'W '. ', t iwvm a.e1A I 'll'orld Community TIIE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, November 5, 1W4 1-B

: SOCIETY NEWS Iv If Sponsored NEW ARRIVALSAT Behrinfltr, Long Island N. 'Y.
f C/iurc/twomen I RlI.R VIEW who WM Maomffanied by his son
rogram onNovember I Among winter rmidwHs who and. dMiglMer-iivtow. Mr, and
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+sarsaiasra. wtaMaa" \'Sld' C-wWHinity Day .
": spun- have recently returned to the Mr Chart W. Bcferwgvr, Brooklyn
9 w yy the totted Church Worn- Riverview Apartments from sumnwr N. Y.
Original Book Material on A.\1\ tlf Martin County will be half I vacation are: 1. H. WMtton.
''ylUayr No! 6, at W. Marv Epi -I Newfield, N 1.; Fd Martin. M. Mrs Betty Cox of Newark. N.
Stuart Garden ( luh mil, I yl' tyrgleh. Stuart Coffee will tuchon. N. J.? Claude Gangwere Y.. n visiting tar Mother, Mrs
Bj 1U board meeting on I-into Display at the Library for at 9,3; a.m with the Ishpemmg. Mich., and Charley John Hoffman Fifth Street.
>v. 6, at the community room \'+1tStlpt "< 10.i .

the First National l Bank. The Children HereFor i b :'raatloit. in Community" i ia UM
Book Week I"VI1'\, PontaP out that people
ring will begin at 10 a.m. YOUR TAX ANDSECURITIES
I Af into world are beginning to re-"
The regular meeting of the Stu. i Children [look, Week the of artwork by county. school cNrdrvn I'l A1, 40 that' Dv" only must' we live
rt Garden Club will be held on I Ilontlay Martin County Put Iic ibrary ha< They have Illustrated thc1f W ltf:* *- a vorM community, PROGRAM
Nov. 9 at the Stuart ->n loan from J P ippmcou I & favorite' b.d.I.ith their o ofdrawing /" M f\f 00 longer live without cavaW
omens' Club at I 1:30: p.m. The I ompuny an inku"ling display itf for Children' Boftf The time to start thinking of taxes,In relation to your Invent
ograni title is "God Gave It-- the original manuscript. proof Week. t'ih.l/ lrw1* clothing layettes,
.. 'tt sheets and the completed book, I I\\f't\ and. supplies the menu, b hem again Our new "Monthly Re-
fa Save It." Theme of the The exhibit i I. open to the putV', bg -a
pro- I The 1-a* Dragon by Fleming Wednesday ,evening until 9 pty,I' 1"lflta of tlw (cmniianon. view"contains tax suggestions security owncn
gram will be the preservation of.ur .I Lee Bliteh. The display( akin mI and Thursday through SatUl\ll\\Jl I., 11)) 'f.'Olalt1of tho county are should! consider now since timing is the key to
local land streams and wildlife I I elude all the artwork with the 10 a.m until 5:30 p.m. ,1,011'i,, tai livings. The report highlights\ seven bauoUxruleanJoeontoKusiniicariousmcth
for use and beauty. Speakersill I jacket design and! overlay by Margot I
be Charles Kindred H. W. Zemach. )., Jt1liP11. i'iURto iii j; >i
Sewsome and Lee Cawn. 4 w y, rw i ', Glitch was born in St. Auguv LS RECUPERATING: > VJo' f f''h Ouild will hold its ads of effecting Ui ."villi). 1 he "Keviow" if
I tine, educated in Honda school i. "\' VM\ f at'" on Saturday Dec your for the asking..mail tit coupon.PIrMt .
and colleges and! now hu> a home Friends of Gene (bits Thv: I1 l> "I1\ef, will be something of
in Boca Ktiion doer) Gcrken have been mforn\J: I/wV >t" ever! )0110. Attraction! ..............................................
\ttti that she recently underwent si Children's Bookuk, Nov. 17 1- lend of
m*a copy" your caw"Monthly Review"featuring tliteputt
in Windsor Ontario Caiun/) ) '
i II also! being celebrated: at the gery ,*\n'1n"'lecartdtt Propaa"Nam
Do! Martin County Public and i I. recuperating! at the !huts' \'V' :yvorkacrumrnago. pant! white
I < j'S Wk/l'aJxnt.) Library of her daughter, Mrs Louis HaM19950 1/ ,t\4(1t. c.ke" barbecue, re-
with a gay assortment! of attractive .,.___ ..SN.dtf.
Mich.Mrs. ___.
Marx Detroit 1
: and interesting bails from ffyPI I\JC"I.! religious: articles I I l ,
Olb I picture
Blaster* l
Gerken formerly o\'i.J: 1'11"1,, Ctu-illtl1la booth and dolls'
.... e I ICrteheatJll4't level.books Sec to the the junior best high children's school and operated" the Ton Boll" i f.tSa will be many items which: Address,.......-._.. .............,'..*... .,.,,.....
r/ y tN l I I books on exhibit now in at your, li Restaurant in Stuart ,... Xl'l'I >" 'ik ChriHmn gifts____ ..................-........................-
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t wwc'finishes i I brary. V V1 HIRSCH & CO.
,\JIliIJ\Y. tlUIJ.\V
!:..- = : I There will also be a displayKINtOIK QPFPIAT ... .. .. .. .
.IiqF --- -- -- 3 f *si Ash u S.11VIWtY M-*- -* N. rant !( ln *
,_- }te ott1= =t___ log South.. Second Mrttt Fort rkree
:=.:..:= -- Guest of Dr. anJ Mm Julian 70 C ATLANTIC 7- 4100

D. Parker this. !past weekend re COCONUT CRMM PIE
Sold by Your their daughters and families Mr MAIN OIHCI4. : 25 BrewS Street New York 4, N. Y.

Dutch Boy Dealer MISS DONNA LYNN MOORE and Mrs.. Joseph Crankshaw and IDEAL BAKERY
I Juliana Jacksonville and Mr. Listen to daily nUrkct\ newt and average
and Mr*. Pete rr'man. West 531 Colorado- Avenue A f>UL 217-0544 .
Moore $ )SUlloaURV\ 1400 on dial
Atlantic Paint Donna Lynn to Marry Palm Beach, and Mart, Maria and Special apip'ttAl4' .f liinmn ...kMMl. MMMlMtl ran wait P.1...... Litt snit
Michelle. Sunday wa the Parker'sfortieth JENSEN BEACH SiJNIV'15av I 1E\SFN: : .t\ClI: Lmaa r.a. elm/s anmen. Is-AWN

and Supply Michael R. Harris on Dec. 5 I I wedding anniversary -- "_ .'UVh _

JENStN BKACIf: HA Mr and Mr*. .Clarence) Moore. ment and approaching marriage i. II .

TEL AT 7-2811 I Palm City, announce the engage--: I their Michael daughter Richard Donna Harris. Lynn son 'I ."...' I. .'I ..' ;. :k,. ClIId" ';.''. ZI' =

-------- --j Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Harris, Tarnpa. q U, .

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Miss Moore in 1%)
a graduate
JENSEN TRAILER SALES, INC. lof I Martin County High School '. '
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has attended Jones College in Jack U S "i. Ut) \
lust North of The Arch Jensen Beach, HorklaBox
sonville and is now employed by !!:I' ...,
575 Route 707 'Phone 287.2732 the Jacksonville branch of the : l I 'r' ... jiJf
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Nestle Company ,\ '. ', .'

Wearability Livability BuyabilitySo Mr. Karris is a 1939 graduateof /'
\. Brandon High School\ Tampa J
you're retired Why clutter your lift with, housekeepingand and has served four years in the d ; .(;
maintenance chol'n1 Discover tb. wonderful new freedom Marine Corps from which he was ,, 1 C'4r'
Nov 3. i
discharged on
and LIVABILITY of our beautiful new, 1965 mobile home :
The wedding will take plate al
An excellent variety. for your dKtrlnihiatloo. -
the raN Baptist Church of Stuart F
Talk with your nci,",Iibor* find out for yourself the' amazIng Saturday. Dec 5 pm. '
\VEARABILrrY of a high quality, well" constructed mobile All friends are v attend
home. See our new Windsors, Skylines, Americans. and Itans. Oh My Here ItJs
We think you will be plewantly aurpriscd at the BUY- ,
The St. Joseph! Guild will hold ,
ABILITY IheM! floe mobile homes a prke range mire tipleitte
a card party on Thursday, Nov
you. 19, at the community room in the

10'-12'-20' wilts..45'to 55' in length First I p.m.'Nattonar Mr. Olin Bank'Booth buiWmifvktI i* chair ... Almost Christmas Time,, '

; *One and'rwtfhrdroom. nrodchv-lame whh IVa" baths.Beaudfuny f man. There will be doofprize'

It /, decorated, lovely, lively' bright colored kllihcM' will and be table verved.prizes.I'lcase Refreshment bring your P

and appliance own card, Plus the Tax Notice :

.Spartan bedroom double or twin beds .txcrlknl waw,..r. u.... T aaaaraw
closet and sturag space,
New 20th Century 40' x 10'
1 wish to thank ill friends and That H Just Arrived and
Front kitchen, center living and dining. neighbors for the many cards and &$

Large: bedroom, twin brdc $3,495.00. flowers and kindness shown me r c,'" ...e.
I during the illitet. and my bereavement II.' Enjoy mobile home living at ks best; let our .tsperirnctd in the IOM of my beloved :r ,r no
aWl help you ebon the mobile bane of your dreams. husband. ,
Me Without Cent
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Where Quality Counts Mr. Edith i, CaihtleI ; a I

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--- T,raene During Our Special ,'(,,;:,::':"It i isn't as bad us ull that, little 11IJV i/id "I- Second now would bo u good time to

, .' though you should have started r'/th"g' ,. start that savings program you have been

TV Sale for these occasions long ago thinking about. It's very easy, especially \I

First of all, to take cure of your J f tf\\M\ if you add to it each pay day. Then next.

( N_'* the time to buy sour *ew needs, such as Christmas! and ta'I'')' A\. year, \\hen it's tax time, you'll! I have i ic/ ;

f b t T.V. New know.. are ... We have ? not sec about a low cost loan frlf\j\ J frst'/ ( money you need and no worries..,. I'1 U

?4 special prices and you get .kitLi :' National. Dank Stop in and see us today. .;" ._ I

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the age .hi your awn ..... Each week mere sad asore shows are .hi fail color.$13W ',:. :0 .. : "* i
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3-B THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday I November 5, 1W4 GULL HARBOR PERSONALS UI g ",>.....,,.. Mrs Barbara Kahle, Mn Henry Protect yourTOMATOES
Robertson Mrs
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GUILD MEETING for the annual! beaver were dm- Mr. and Mn. Charles Baldwin PALM CITY NEWSMRS. Lobby ShambHn. Mrs Dassie Davis
I ( The SL foMfh Ourtd) and the WIled and many ., the artistes Chicago, ware Suntfay duwMr. and M.... Doris Van Tui,.. .
: Confraternity of Christen' Moth- to be sold ware shown, A bake guests of Mr and Mn Ronald ANITA WIITTE, Correspondent 287-5582 ,
/I,, sate will be held on Nov J M CUB SCOUTS !MEET
en met fin Monday, Nov. 2 beginning Leach _._ .
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with prayer in the church. I II The Cub Scouts of Pack 410, POTATOES
A bumneM meeting followed with The R M. Thaxtorm have returned Mr. and Mr. W. J Detriek returned Good Carnival I Den 4. meet on Fridays at nw ,
Mn Edward Kituclla presiding I from Virden. III., to their I IBM. Thursday. after upending School News I horn of Mrs Don KaUt.. Nia
Father Januuewnki spoke Plank home on Second and Foroe Street three day on the west coastDON'T buys are enrolled Mn Own Van WATERMELON
Despite RainPalm The Parent Teacher Association TuiM and Mn WUma ChaOUnoM -
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met Get 27 Mrs. Velma Htstee art assistants will' Mrs. Kakte.
reported that trading stamps" Uo- Boys swaiM an: Donald I
', City's Halloween carnivalwas :Stated enabled the J'f'ta:' of Bow, Baa BaHMSjiar. K mtyChattwata PEPPERS
rtYS rettev a SUCCCBS in spite of a down- i I twenty gifts Instead be Jots Sfcaart, Tommy ,
L GO pour of rain.. It Marled at 3 p m. awarded. a* prim at the carnivaL Van Tub**, David R.Mish. Phillip .
with costume judging being done plus a coffee urn to be left at C. Resmarm, and Tim Roll in.i BEANS
at 530: by Mr. and Mrs Carl school for use In any event ,
OVERBOARDWITH Blackburn and Mrs. Isabel Evans. Mrs. W /ion'1 room had the PERSONALS

s 'Jli'I' +ttJ 4 v r Prize in the preschool group and most doughnuts parents present were Apple served cider by Mrs. Bcrntee StevaM nasams.. CAULIFLOWER
went to Laurie Scott Red Riding
Mrs. Lillian Schcrmerhorn She a patient in Martin Memorial Hospital ,
Hood; Sheila Daniel make" dane I
SPENDING also had! !
a suprlse birthday cake
er: Carla and Jeffrey Cooper at
cats; Chris Bushman, Indian; Debbie for Principal Chancey, whose The WakJo Homans returned to CABBAGEand
Kirkhart, Indian girl; Kathy, birthday was Monday, Oct. 26 It their aparlawnt on First Stiwet,
Credit accounts and mortgages Billy and Jenny Hardwick a.witch, was announced that Palm City Thursday after a summer in B al.-
Dracula and bat. Elementary is now liMed as an ac burg, Pa
were never meant to take the credited school
of In the school winners
i age group Rev. William E. Wilson! was Mrs John Ann Wood, St. Lu- .
place of savings of prizes were Rhonda. Thomas, present and' save devotions. cie Vista, is on the mend after recent
,, cowgirl/ ; Linda Navajar, Mexican Mrs. BROCCOLIfrom
s tea Warren, librarian) announced surgery
maid; Gall Scbermerhorn, Little that book
new are coming -
Bo Peep; Joe Leach, caveman Mrs Margaret Homan, Mrs
in for use by the children.
START NOW SAVING $$5. A WEEKIN Carla Kirkhart. as a piano; Gary Thanks to: Mr*. Velma Hijfbee Hannah Teppe, M.... Vermelle insect damagewith
and Joyce Wright at organ grinder for her' attractive display of poster Baker, Mrs. Leona Smith and
and monkey; Patty Kirkhart as advertising the carnival to Mrs Clara Jerome attended the
5 YEARS YOU'LL HAVE a hen; Buddy Bushman at I scarecrow those who made donation;; to Florida Conference of United
and QuintinA King at a black Harry Seewald, school custodian, Churches, Avon Park, Tuesday,
cat.All and teachers offering; to clean up Oct. 27The .
IN PRINCIPAL PLUS ALMOST\ types of games a country school Monday after the carnival; Nov 10 meeting of Palm CYGON
$$200 store a &h pond and good thlnp to Rev. Wilson, who bandied the City Civic Organization will start
to eat Including candy apples, public address system, and to everyone al 6:30: p.m. with a covered dikh
made for a big fun time else who helped-fathen,
l in anticipated dividends supper Bring table service. Fol-
Mrs Jeanlu McClung: had I mothers newspaper: and radio sta lowing supper there will be a short Leafhoppers, aphids, leafminers on your tomatoes, potatoes .
weird attraction, called The Tbing,
which drew attention of the chi!. will business be played.meeting Please after which games cardsor watermelon Maggots, leafminers, aphids on your
there is no substitute N dren She was assisted fey Patsy tionChurch your choice of tames and a card peppers Aphids leafhoppers,leafminers,mites, lygus bugs ;
and Tommy Moor. NewsFIRST table There will he a donation of beans Aphids on cauliflower
for cason hand 50 cents for games Prizes will be on your green, lima or snap your ..,
.' 411 70 SEA GATE HARBOR NEWS BAPTISTThe awarded cabbage or broccoli Not after you apply an eco

Saving Defaulted by November 10 e.rrna.w Elwooti Lewis is home after at Lydia Class will meet Thursday The Albert Vincents have return nomical,low-rate dose CYGON-*,Insecticide thatpro-

Earn from November 1. imi Mini 4lvUn4 uinuilly, aU operation at Good Samaritan Hospital Nov. 3 at 7:30: p.m. in the ed from Middlebury Conn.. visiting vides both Immediate contact control, and long-lasting
West Palm Beach church. I their daughter, Mrs. John 1. systemically from Inside the plant
Mrs. Sylvia Collins and Mr Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 Eustace and family. Mn. Vincent residual activity by acting 'Trtdemuk
f and 6, the W.M.U. associational
: and were Mn Sunday John visitors Burns of Fort Mrs Pierce Dor, leadership course will be! held at! and Mr. Barbara Vincent were joined away them six for weeks the ....... ........ ... ....... ...... . .. .. .
CITIZENS FEDERAL the First Baptist Church, Fort last weeks :
othy Alien. Pierce from 10 a.1110 2 pm i two -- ---- Use T HIM I ET' at planting time to systemically protect

Rev and Mr*. N. R Rood are from the of leafminers, aphids, leafhoppers, :
ASSEMBLY OF GOD potatoes ravages
.fating and Loan Assn. of St. Lucle County from recent Jupiter.newcomers He is to a teacher Sea Gate in Women of the church hold rummage I I flea beetle larvae and wireworms. ...tomatoes from leafminers. :

sales every Friday and Saturday ... .. .. ... ...
Junior High. i 5...... ...... ..... .... /t.
417 Orange Avenue Free Parking Phone 110 44900 in the old AAP building on
Martha and Jacob Benzing and East Ocean Boulevard, Stuart.
Mr and Mrs. John O'Connor, I UNITED CHURCH OF See your Dealer today !
Elizabeth N. J.. were Sunday vis.itors
at the Elwood .Lewis .
The Senior High church school .w e're covered by In-
elected officers Sunday: president suranre". When accident or fire :
will meet Thursday, Nov. J at the Ray Zglmickl; secretary-treasurerKathy strikes, these words will do a
OP THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT civic center 930: ..m., instead Fortune Teacher of the lot to ease the situation. Do
clan is Chaplain Gary Peters.t something about YOUR .
of Tuesday, because of the nationnt security
election. The Marion Fiik Circle met 1 at see Taylor-Ashley about
, the church Wednesday, Oct. 29 complete INSECtiCIDES
with fourteen present sewma for
I the bazaar School bag kill'were t
filled to be taken to the United

i \ Discover our exclusive flavor-secret and Council Martin County of Church to be Women held at the of s s CYAN AliD

r Episcopal Church in Stuart Friday -
\ .- .. .. .... .ftUC'Pi'he' lunch period a birth- 5180 PIAGi1R661NDU6LRJA4a6VD/ .
: : day .cake was'presented to Mrs CHAMBUE,GEORGIA

Leona Mrs.Smith.Mildred Newhouse. is a

I new member joining the circle t
1 SAVE 7e CI Wednesday, Oct. 29, the Anna
! J.I Laura Circle met with Mrs I lets

'[,_I II t, Chaplain Williams the circle Rev.Gary giving W.Peters a E.brief Wilson spoke outlineof and to Add a Phone. Add a Lot to LivingComfort

1.1 "Inmate-Out their work !in association with around the dock.It's all yours when.you add a handy bed ';
and Alcwlholism"BAPTIST
I i" .I.t p room extension phone.Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots '

i'II WORLD you live most. Kitchen. Workshop. Florida room. Just call your

I : on two pounds of Mrs. Filbert's MargarineFilberts DAY The Baptis OF PRAYER Women World Day Telephone Company Business Office for details on colorful, econom-

of Prayer was held at the First ical extension phones.
Baptist Church of. Palm City on
"" .. ,
; Nov 2Women v'I"r+ -" w.
k from the following : ,. .

: .4., .,. .... .. .....,...w.Lek churches were present: First Bap- : ;m: ; : ;: :..\:, : :.
tun* r w tint of Stuart Rio Baptist and ,"" ...- _..... ",,,......; .. .... -*>>.
iI :- Tropical Farms Baptist! Women ,. I
from each church helped plan and '
: "t ; r ;s 4'nads
t'J participated in the program of '.I .
py i
Mr Those who attended from Stuart -
: were: Mrs. Kay Duncan, Mrs .
Alice Ann Handy, Mrs Hazel .
Teale, Mrs. Wilson McClure Mrs
Ed Riven, Mrs. (Katherine Repp,
:**W0MM Mrs J. Gruhn and son, Mrs. E

?s., .. g QUARTERS Bcnys, Mrs. Florence Lower, Mrs i
L C, .Kickliter. Mrs. M H DeUnoy -
a Mrs. R. H. Turner Mrs t.

I I Meg ; ARINEo ardsoiK Charles Bulls and Mrs. D. Rich. ;

From Tropical Farms came Mrs.
f S. Fredncksen, Mrs. Sam Far. .y,
jJ3 .Ti row, Mrs Joe Morley and Sue k
! w ,011 'It,,. Ann from Rio, Mrs. J. L Camp-
bell, Mrs Lorena Andrews. Mrs
GOLDEN. QUARTERS &S:: \ Mary Rece and Mrs. I. S. Hogan
GL I Attending from Palm City were:


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THE STUART (Florida) NTW1 Thnnrfny Niwemher 5, 1964 3-R


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DORonnr MCALLISTER: Correspondent 597.2557

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,., / WarflddPTA Carnival
1.; ,
"j Best In School's History

r' TM Halloween carnival held last this carnival MieceM Thin mean
Friday night at the \VarfU! better eqiipuwent for our tchool
School" wa the hiftfett and most! that better education for our childrert .
vw"eWiil ever held by the War. .
ftitJ School Parent rather At-
nochitiofi The costume pnzet wets Ralph
Mr. and Mr".
Uu Halt, Mar.
aim by : Wayne
i tin and Donna Robert.*. and daughter Cheryl, visited in
BTAMIrti Port Lauderdale with i I .not herdnu.h'.r
.':i The biajtcit project 'UII I h e and family Mr. and Mr*.
'1 --- spaghetti l dinner A'toll)of SOO.8S lanes Dodd

,Special! "Super-Right"' Sugar Cured Short Shank SMOKED F ( 50 Extra 9' wa tuken" made in $7VI on 1"411 ihn, *project ith profit Total! of I Mr. and Mr. R. E BelCh and
Sfl ".H. family, Sylvia and DonaM and
; Whole ftbI PLAID The reject chairman, Mr.*. Jack Uoyd Chore. a frknd of Donald .
or Half c rl Plaid! Stamps Williamwtn, and her comnuttctwiih ',: vfnited ht Naples, over lhweekend o
.ICNIC 2 9 STAMPS to \prcst their thanks to>> the, .
Ib Coupon Nece urji many people M helped: to make A
With P*"*!"** C ii With nil C..1! Prrh..1 spaghetti dipper wa held! at
SUO ORtORF.! OFPRODUCE the home of Mr and Mr*. Lloyd
"Supt"l'-Rlahl" Extra limn Freshly H Smith Saturday night prior to taking
Special! Grade 'A1 Quick Frozen CORNISH GAME .1 Paper Drive their kU out fur "trick or
Gound Beef 3 N; $135 (rent* Thoe' attending were Mr
. c.M Ikm S.I N.v r Ml* 11 T a* and Mrv James .
Cone Jr and family
18 to 2o-oz. C .' .. ; ; By4HBoys71w and Mr, and Mr*. Bill Oti\ Sr.
Avg. Size :13itsi uiiu13afu i ii'I and family.
9 NM i Ita J boy*' 4.M Club l Is I'tina Mu Lucille Thicker celebrate' *
each ,15 4Ta PLAID i : that you lIve old newspapers and her birthday Friday Nov. 6. She
I drive
STAMPS fPLAID magiKlne' for a pnpcr v\hkh will. 'he sweet 111(1( 'Cn."
will h* held) on Nov 21. The hoywill "
Wllk T>.H CIMWM .id. flirckw* .!. .... 1V" STAMPS pick them up 1IIf1lime that Mr and Mr*. J. I). Slocumb and
Special! "Super-Right" Western Beef-RIB .. .
I2 oa !! With This'Co: ,_ Ana .,....... MPure dayThe "boy have distributed' ,lgn tons and families in Moulirw. Oa.,
: .. FASWFFT bottle $119 "'ltt'llIhlll' ShrlenMgllh79C .1 welcoming vhiiort to Martin Cam. l lent weekeml. 1h y art Mr. and
and them to drive Mr,, franklin Thomson who! will
ROAST I Good ,.... 1.1. N.., T MI. II *4MAID 3 ly reminding "
69c CRISO wfcly Thw' helping distribute I son leave for Berlin. Germany.

IS....:.. LIft. n... .t... .... N.r f M... II.'''' "I the lireek* sign Juiilce.* art Oavld lilenn Holt Franklin Ricky five where year they TIll will Will he the italioned first limo for

____ _____.._._ _____ '
t. : ;e Snipe, Tony Mi\llitcr and Stan the SkxHinih' had !wen their graixNchildren.
1 ii t iiiiiii : iij M --. lc\ Nickl I .. Barbara and Franklin.
"SUPFR.RIGII'r VESTFJLN BEEF RIB FRFSII FISH DRESSFD III4ETS ] ii i1iir15t1b1 I Another ion, Bobby., and hill wife,
IIUIOUttN PARTY and three. ton of M arlann.. Joined
STEAKS .. I.B.79c FLOUNDER ..... LB 59c tM STAMPS\ i PLAID A Halloween party was givenby them in Moultrit where they
4 had their Iving dinner j
"SUPER-RIGIir WESTERN BEEF IRFSI1 IRO7KV: SEA .. E 7AMPS the intermediate' ti.A.a of Dunk three week ahem
Wllk Tfclt c. sad r rck ( v> tht family
I uM
Wllk Ttil c:_ Yii ....._ .. Im Memorial Baptist Church: Sul could be together.
DELMONICOS ....._ LB. 159 SCALLOPS ... .. it 7Sc I. 3 Ib. Jan Parkerpl Coffee Oramrrllo. urday night. Chaperone* were '
I I'Run II>> ,. Mr Ted I loll and Mrs CharlesJlaglavtl.
"SUpER.RIGHI'" VAc.. PACKED !II. CAKE 3 rlnai. $289 79c Games were plnyej and 7S Attend the
SLID and other PLEASE:
Enjoy Oysters, Crabmeat CM ,.... .... N.v r Ml* II.TJM II J.ITIkm ,. relrethmcnti' went wv dThixM Costume Party at
BOILED HAM................. peg: 59c Seafood at Your Friendly A&PCOPELAND =i. N.v T Ml 11 T-4 attending the party were: Anchorage Club
l!; !!I _!___u______.__ U. : : Irma low VVillumi. lillio Mae
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PURE PORK r.--------------------------. William. Siinan Shins. Dabble
... .
All.GOOD SUCH: : ; About -five membun<<
BRAND. Mventy
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SAUSAGE ...... :II 45c 1 : >E111t, i t i i iii t ,-1 Con, Hetty P"nt1trllMraul Shiver, Ricky lUrfkldDoiwy llhrnrck. turned out In. coMum for the annual ,-

PLAIDWlla 'r. velyn)' Wright Terry Wall and Halloween party at the An-
&bI Eaunu Cirlncr change Club
STAMPS I. 15 yacht on Saturday
DINNERS pkg.39c STAMPS .1 PERSONALS night Out )t.
TkU CWM i s. P.r.Iw .I
111. door
I ... print were won by
With '
Cam of Whit HOWM said P.rhw. ii
Our Finest Quality-APPLE EVAP. U fL ... ('t1ga/1. MIM Mar|!* Walt of Palm City Phil Baker anJ\ 'Churl** 'oreThere .
the weekend of Mm .
6 81cIkm 1"00111 wa guars were prizes of
I' Mil.K/: r.... fanny 83c JuaneU Prevail Juanell, and Mar for III* bore continued couple
SAP c..I ..... Nn T Ml.. M.T44 I PASTE TuM, pie and Mm. frank Prevail visited Pint prlre wine la Mr ant Mr,
U C E 6 cans 89 c I QM4 .... .... Nft., 7 -MM. I..... in Belle t lud.. Purl of the. weekend George lerrle: tecond prUe was
I.I; urr ----!------.- II rrxir*: was pcnl with' MIM 1 Ivy (lou won by Mr, and Mr*. Albert Cra
.. __ rtatts.r ., Barrait aluo of: Italic(!lade' Tn* latter watt, and third price went lo Mr
: -!!- with Mr kD'Ie Arm. and Mr .
--lii part wai Archie illeThrtt
1 .' := PLAID. M!KIHHHIT+< 1S ]' trong, Jimmllt grandmother prices were alto awarded
Special! DOl\lINO-No Limit I ; 1 &\\tI Mn Pearl Winched of Cocoa for the beat Individual co lume. ..
They were won by "'n. El/.a LlndhoJm -
SAPS IFS .Heath wai ih* I\I"It of Judge and
I. UV Mr, W. C. Caveny for the flrnti John Igor. iccontl.
$ I
SUGAR 101lb.Ib. bag 99c With TkU CMMMM ..4 Funku* .1 Will Till CMII.M: ... P.nh.,. .l week Mn Wincheft ti Mm Cavenyi .' and Ml' a MOM Cxverko the', third A
SunnweetPRUNE tinier/ special, award! went l lo mystery
'e Ann Pur* '
/ l-ql, Loa C7r y aiwtt, who turned out to 1 b* Mr.
.1&1..& JUICE J jilt DI g tlllll IJ.oI. n/i Rev, and Mr, ltd Lot will at Ihyra llannua.
5\U(1 E ( tout yCCw4 end' the florid Convanvmn \ ..
Naplitt Then four dtHighnulatIng
SPECIAL( JANE PARKER DELICIOUS: l N.., T Ml* 11 T*4KW1JW.E tit.. .... N... f Ml* II.T44 In Tampa on Nov 9 and W.Rev I( content were winner, Fger, MlCjtvcrko IfIt
Pies 1-1:1.:::: 39c ;;; and Mn. Iwt<< will May with Fd Ihum and Mr*. Funk -
Elbony Elegance ........ ...... !! ;
Hr. and Mr Jerry P Screw. ,
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:: tin Screws it the utter of Archk'o
Stainless Tableware SPECIAL! JANE PARKER: CHISPApple iiiii ( ', Rev. last I la the pmior of'
Potato lab. 49c \ : =i\11) JunMIn Menklal Baptkl" Church.
Chips .. .. M.a 5O&tIWit. PLAID For Beauty
PIECE SETTING Fwy Trkluy/ night at tilt mclal
KRAFT CHEESE nxmDlSNF.R NV STAMPS hall at the Uunklm Men'rillJ B,pM -
.. Church a )'lXIlhlrlk.wlhip I.I
.. KNIFE Velveeta........ .. .. .... 21Iwf 79c not C..a..a punk*** *u WHk Tkl* Cw.C aaa P.r.A..4 il.1 held, Thu I I. for young people'' of
Our Own
DINNER TEASPOON"IY/: |I 9 9 c Bounty ate. ranging from thirteen lorlghtcen
DINNER SPECIAL! SUNNYFIELD INSFANTVtot.. 39cI | (IIKKFN I.Ib. .).0,. ] All voting people art In-
Plain' or Ile', TEA .Jarm n SIMV rued U> attend Oime" art arranged
Other at attractive can
J ( pWcet price) Flour ...... ........ ..!kit! RWag 5 bag 39c I C.... *.... N.*. f Ml* II.'-'4 H ... .* Ikm '.!. re... 1 Ml.53CJ'j jiitti I for their pl''.**ur*, and charm"

1:..__...._____________ M-rKTwut.ttlwI one art prontoThe
r t' IHlKIMMOHlflft :' MI :a i KI h e Dunklln Memorial llapliu'
LETTUCE AVOCADOS BANANAS ] j r' Church la ipon ofln| a skating
PLAID part Saturday Nov f All young
: Itl! tra PlAID people of Inlermedlat, age who
2 heads 2 Oc each' 1 9c lb. 1 OC jbU'y 1 'y l& STAMPS. attend(" the church are liwhed bier lat
1 6 JO
Whk .. c-: ,. a/ ....... .. was Tkl. Cm.* M4 P.......* ..1Norther (tht church at : p.m. I a
SWEET, JUICY ....., "I .2 .1, Durban Cothrrn: of Barlow wa iNy
BFFFSTEW: I..3.. iAn\i. hue ,He weekend giw*of Vltkl Youngtluod
FLORIDA ORANGES 5 lb. bag 49c CM 53 C I 119sUE o 200 oI29c .., Barbara furmerly lived mndlaiilown 'That Is You.
and attended Marlin
rtwl fcm a.t. M... T Ml'* 111.f.4 | a./ Ikm M. Nn, 7 Ml* II.f44IIUNZ County High" !School, Ad her friend ..I

-_..._.._- _.:_- ._ --_.._-jr' Mw11:E>r. nJoyed, having Barbara beck for

BARTLETT PEARS 2 29- >otxt ..M I few tleyiInane IfowarJ celebrated herluieonth PelicanBeauty/ -I

= birthday Monday, Nov' 2.Oiriralulatltm ..
PLAID' ftTIrmB. Id Uh Jon,", Salon I
DIXIE LILY PEPSODENT TOOTH Ii',, Wall who will celtbraM. her ..... I

GRIIS -- ... ..... ... .5 .... 59c BRUSIIU 20e Off 1..aJM1.l ... .. each 49c wish n.--!. Wlth nle c- ...4IkWey ,_._ .. nth birthday FfUiy, Nov' 6. Evbf. ly AppotatMnl

SLTINESPFPSODENT NABISCO PRFMIUM. ...... .._.. 1-:: 29c MIX- FROSTING. ... ...... .. ... u.ot. 39c INala Cryst l IATIIoOiinSSt'E Mreni CW.(,., Jordan Mr, and rutted Mr*.,with fleorg his' Myrtle*.CUrh*. I I
WHTFE K 5 59C i'l 2RnlI Z5c0..d Jordan ibis weekend. Chip la *>. ''
TOOTIIPiSTFPEPSODENT .... ... ._.._. ..._... 34f-e, 53C IRV IYttE:t TTUUNA ....... .. .. ... ,Ekes. 39c t 0 SUGAR.e fee I 1.r. .... N..., 7 MN. 11444 emlmg Florida (',"'ral Atatlemy !211 OSCEOLA AT 7-3414
are. Md.
STRIPE ARMSTRONG I STEP T 11.744 In Sarrentla. ._._ _.,_._ _
TOOTII PASTE ............ "'_".._00'_'". 3U.... 53c FLOOR CARE WAX .. 22..,. 89c !!ti -' w
... / its AU OF TODImi

26.s35c ...... 65c .4r.g.: .Wt flail Cuts/ fists -. orr
..... I2Ca.37c W c.HA' .fWff.c a LfhC nA COW.edC ,. Open 8:30: ( to 6:30

Nl on. thru Thtirs

WISK I SILVER DUST FINAL TOUCH 830 to 9 Friday .. ,"'1 ..Ihn. w Ml-nil wmw**<)-sis.***.i

II talC ItI'IIIIIII' tfltomIt
J. 8:30: to 7 Saturday
lit.75c ':-.. -- 83c :::: 49c : lte r1''IIIIIUII nUlnftrll.4

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8 )Ire 89c 3 -49 Pkz 69c 59c .: :..' .. 26c :: 79c 'PIltllUltlllltTImimiu.. Mill .

DETERGENT Condd;: FLUFFYLAtL DishwasberAllLIQUID; DirrUCEMT Bl tF. BONNET HlllprrUMARGARINE uviit iirtiu,f .. r. .t


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.4-B THE STUART (Tin.) NEWS Thunder" ,., November.. I, 196''
I GOLD I : IE STUART'\ (FlorM*) NEWS Thimtey Y., Nov. r 5.H4. \ 5-B

Attacks Knight's' Article\ 0 J> ,

If STAMPS ,,1 A"" MRS. MARY BROWN, CorrcKpondrntAT

''Girls Leader ANY BROO I OR MOP I .

Friendly FREE w. Ia C,'" N........... .. II. .

By A LINK": B. \"MIIIICARAs lunds..
(Concerning'" the three countries( WITH
a leader i llf>f the Girl* Friendly : Mr. ,
Knight mentioned: in Poland\
I Society) a youth organisationponwired NAME
} UN1C EF: hat. helped to equip two
the Church
by EfMHCopal EVERY
centers I he rehabilitation o I
but open'' to (IIlrl. of *ny race, color handicapped children. Poland)) hat\
creed\, 1 have nent out itw girU, estimated ?00.KK.( > !
a n "' llev.rel)
in Stuait t for. several )year* on I handicapped!, .! persons' "including" a SUPERMARKET PURCHASE
Halloween to "Trick 1 or 'Ireal. for
number of children.
large UNICEF
UNICEF. LaM there
year wat it
also' contributed) \ to the construction"
), little hint of trouble.. This $$1.00 OR MORK OK CANDY
)year .
of f milk-drying plants and! fluid milk
.. .
The there by Stuart was'the a Newt Rev.headlined\for Durwurd Oct.article. 29 Knight.written i in training processing. control. ,of,(plums nurci.campaign., also'\!),to and a tuberculosis to the You don't' have to guess at quality when you shop at KINDRED'S' ; This week make it a point to stop in at KIND! )''S and see the Find out first hand what we mean when we say "KINDRED'S' is isI isthis

Jr...Mr.. .Knight has.. taken (or been I, In Yugoslaviu.equipment: UNICEF for mother has and provided > I we guarantee quality in every department along with outstanding new expansion we have just completed and J was done the most modern and complete super market in Martin County//"'
supplied! with) certain r t "III cis" : : ra: } :
child health centers c and for the rehabilitation
which he consider damning, and" with the in mind.
of handicapped chil savings plus friendly service. shopper
from them built up caw! that the dren. UNICEF also. provided incubator you, 4 ."it'f\\ '''..
whole UNICEF program in tome .
(for\' the care of premature

our sort money of a (Communist away front trap in..to Well get .tuberculosis,bubiex., BCG vaccination. vaccine and for anti ami- l LIBBY'S' SHURFKESHl! or P1MIENTO' TEDDY BEAR TOILET

\\1'I h here Mich The are\distortions.late!some)President.real. : fact John)\*) that f.. Kennedy lack- .and assistance biotic... supplied ointment in. dairy the.,against,fields equipment' trachoma of health and, CORNED BEEF 45e o icTA iU1CE'75e: SEA m6 : ,

i:: So United does..whole-heartedly. Nations former: President Children's endorsed'Truman.If Fund.the.!.. and...In! nutrition Cuba. UNICEF education.' has provided .! OZ. p PKG. 0 ROllS 7ge

equipment for maternal and
Mr.. Knight objects to Democrats child health centers,. and" I a family night dinner l the Agricultural buiKling FriJay,
thin program! W8I* also heart a nursing Oct 30.. Mn. Dexter HnlUrJ, vice prvsiiknt of the Port S school training (fur health
ily endorsed. .! by the late President public W COLD BOND Home Demonstration Club, receiver hirthiluy cuko with twtnty
Hoover, and will it by the former dry nurses kit im and\ milk nursing for hungry auxiliaries children.l and". | || | NHC SUGAR HONEY IK\1\ ) candle* for the club'i twvniicth birth Jay, fnwi SunJrn Ev nn,
President." Eisenhower. I'ojxs' /' John '. WITH ivnv ruttcrusc orl 4-11 member.. L.. M. Jahnnon, cixinty tgent, WM rct>gni XXIII and Pope Pius Ml personally l The consists executive: of I board of UNICEF .- N\lrLKORATE9\ $ l M\M\ >IIX IIOt'SE' the parly for hi* buying completed twenty year* ot icrvke lor
c representatives $1.00 5 GRITS
contributed UNICEF
to Vear'after oERIZER
> \ 35e ge geRIB .
5ge Martin County on Oct 16.
Pope year does, and.!too I daresay, though the at present present .. has from are Communists thirty: : governments.:, Each" member Three I r: I 9 | GRAHAMS 16oz.PK '

I have no proof of this in writ' one vole; in most Salerno 'Home Demo' Group
voles are unanimous.
ing. If it i j. the Catholic approval"'' in'itanc"l
that Mr.. let A starving chili") needs.!" to .!,
upset Knight me
that UNICEF not haled..! A sick child ", Celebrated 20th
out has been
point I Birthday
endorsed.! \ by the ,general board of be cured.!, not thought of as a Com- I InUln WESTERN.. SMALL -II

the National Council of Churches. lot weapon against! us. In giving e FR( 3V' FOOD SPECIALS The annual family night, covered ,girl, entertained with viKal laof
of Christ in, the U.S.A.. And if that a charitable \dollar, don't first HALF ? I a
isn't. convincing .enough/ I'll add "examine" the recipient's philosophy! .! dUh. auppcr of the Palm City)' ""Side .by Sulo." Sho later prencntcil -
that UNICEF has the wholehearted in detail to make" sure he is completely I CHKF ; and Port Salerno Home. Demon- .! the. Port Salerno (Club> with

approval of the American Jewish worthy' of receiving It It.. Read I GALLON JUG I .ktration... Club! wa* held Oct. 30 al a l heuutfiul> birthJuy\ cake furnisdttd .! ..
: : our lx>rd's summation of the Commandments lb. by Mrt. Andy Hautcnbuuer.Ihone
1 Committee. found in the twenty- I I the county\ agricultural buikling. on < atleiuling.! were: Mr. and
UNICEF asiiiM.."' over 5$00 Mr .
second" chapter of St. Matthew, AIA.Mri. I I O.) j J. Auktin, Mr. and Mr*
range progrunu in 116 countries.Of I' 34-40.). I 2ge r Maude. Miller, council\; A.. J.. Hauxnbauer.! Mr. .and Mm.
these, five have Communist" I'I'I I prexitlenl, welcomed the honored\ W.. L.. Hrousc.. Mr. Andy TlllUla.
I governments, but ten Comnumitt' WHOLE OR 1ft '! member* .and friend*. Sa I Mr.. and.! MM' J J., H.nke.. Mr. and
governments are included in the I Duplicate Play FRI 2 lb. bag CL OROI l ,Rueni- la Ihe Hag wa* followed l by Mri.. II.. ,I.. Shoup, Mr. .and Mrt..
j hundred which contribute to UNI I. .. I i : \ ,
I II lb. 49 the l invocation v by Mri.. Florence I William Schurown: Mr.. and Mrj.Waldo .
I CEF. The fivt,, receiving aid&! get' LOIN HALF c' s \ I "Hullurd 1 Ihe &twentieth: .annlveri' ryof Hoinan, Mr and d Mn
about 3 per cent of UNICEF:: fund*. To Start Soon ,, ,
f I f the Port Salerno!) Club \was vbcrved John)\) \ D Puticnon"' ,, Mr"Marpret"-
Any government receiving UNICEF -- : l .
I Honwn. Mrs.* !Uicil* (Clagctt!a : L
.aid must provide" i""' _matching. Plans for the, first. session of the I (C'harter members. present were M.. Johmon.! Mri. Jack. Waverly,
Stuart Duplicate Bridge Club arc RIB PORK Mrl.*, Mue. Ttimat, Mrj. Martha Mr, .and Mm. Albert r Vincent, Mr,
c complete.' 't\tLU\ I iJ Whittle", Mn.*. ROM Qulgley... Mr*. I and Mr*. Herbert. r Decker: !,\Mrt:,
Men s 5 Garden The first' seion' will be held I..! 1 ruin.. Oftborn .and.! Mrv J Hotemary( I Martha \VUittle\ ., Sheriff Roy faker
Wednesday.. Nov.. II at 7:45: p.m.at TRY Mevcnwn.iuetl"' SUMI'\ Nyhlcr: Mr, and Mr*,
Stuurt Youth Center and.! if possible CHOPS I ( >Iuhr|,i, wa'* Sheriff Roy,' (Carl Iliuen, Mr. anil Mr*.. Wal"
Club Plans
a there will be a game every I 39 J llakrr.... who. tnoke' '" <)m new &traffic: ler llcnuon, Mr*, Mill)' E. Cananna ""-
Wednesday thereafter.. OUR e lawi.'. He. ailed.. people Ie to> be mind Mr*, (iruce. M, Conine.. Mr*.
Tropic Tour Application for a franchise", for I SHURFI'' \ ful of Ihe. ,ipeed,,, limit* on t the h. Ron. Qulglcy. Konenmry) :Steven-:- .
I' affiliation with the American Contract NEW highway*, So far. Ihil* )year Martin ion,
Bridge'. League has been filed Ib. 5 59 9 :c WITH IVWV PU CMA WIHUB1JC 'County hl8* had :24J. .accident: 1 132Injurlei Mri.. )o*rph, Reinhardt, Mr*.
The Men's. (Garden, .! (Club of Stuart and.! game director: Jay Mans., .and.! len death*. He. *uggetled Prank\( finke"" Mr.. and Mri, ?Mecler -
is "sponsoring'. an interesting. ,I advises. that all equipment and DelicatessenMadc "' that pcnon' walking\( after '. Cooper, Mr.. and
Burden tour to Ciualemala, during. supplies'" are on hand. "1111 "... "R"I" dark wear' fight, colored) dothrng. Mr'r'I..P\:J.. \Wilbur, Mr*. TruU' 'a ()v
1 hanktgiving\(' week.. Jim McMahon, Youth Center ..F L 0 and face. Ihe traffic.. I born, Mr.. and Mr*. Ooor>rt,. B. "V.d-
Members and guests' wilt Icava director(\ has' been getting an enthusiastic LOIN ,PORK ... .. \ L.... -- .. ....''G" JIII11IIJII'Jr.IIn:111IIJII' : Other gueit* for the evening, dy, Mr*. Joe(' Moore., Martha Burduie -
Miami Airport on Monday.! Nov.\ response' '' to the initial e \ : I i were' Mr*. 11.J.. (Clagctt' a former.. Mr*.. Jane. Eich, Mr, and.! ..
23 J at 2:30: p.m.. and will arrive. at announcement> and reiterates. his. 89 !!!" Our Kitchen ) .. \ \\. ''home agent, and L.. M.f.. ..ll Johnirm> >n., Mrt. Everett Chrl-iman, Mrt.Florence r ,.
Guatemala; City three e hours' later.. request 1 for' 'support'\ i n making" CHOPS Ib.DSffiU. r..IIIl\\\I\\\\\\ \. the pretcnt county agent.Mm & ''',. Bullard, Mr, and Mn.a. *.
The trip will be for, five. \days duplicate bridge a .success. in Stuart .,..._ ... Stiiulra Lvanit.",. .4-tI. Club E.. (Oay .Jerome: '",
Mid four nights and will include.! Jim is. personally' planning to -- .I
\viviu. to Antigua, Lake" Aliilan, serve'\ col'fee on Wednesday evening .
Guatemala City. and colorful Chichicastcnango. .- ., ., Nov.. II., at the- opening, session. r S S. CI10IC1J \WUSTERN BEEF, JKK) U.. S. CHOICE \WESTERN BEEF, 5 Ii; NORTHERN PAPER PTA Mothers Will Report
Price (for' the entire
trip by OCt> plane from Miami to Players who do> not have. I (oro) LAZY AGED .
Miami, guide\ bus., all mealt., room 'I partners are. a assured" ..! of a regular partner : 9ge ) NovMitlMr BLA.NKKTCUW t, f On A Day Spent In' Class
1 and tips'" will approxlimU $$166.30.' I before. tame' time, if they ar I' iOU DELESS'FULLCU ''bag" TOWELSGOLDEN lTL I
I I per pvnon.: If you are interested rivtt early.. For'' more information\ c SIRLOIN TIPROAST Port S Salcrno'i', r.lemeniarv.. Parjent reporting/ to tchool at I .a.m.., go
in having, yourself .and wife" make. can 287t2JJO. or 346-3622.' e 1"h" Teacher AiwicmikM\\ will' hold.. ing, through," the full .Aheilulo.. ot
this. interesting1, trip all details 'wll| I lu Ni>venibcr. mceimg, Thunday,"' )', I claiaroora .iludy .and being, .gucttaut .....
be furnished" you by cither the. Stuart Michael Farley attended, the Ib.98 Nov !5. ,7JU p.m.. ., in the achuotcafeteria. : ", .. .., Iho KrnH>< 'cafvierla.Hie .
I. Travel Service'\' or by contacting ,\ ,! University of Florida.. .and Auburn .
f 1 ,group will r r.>w make up
Kay. Friel of the Men's Garden'. I football !game in Gainesville las') $' HARVEST, 303 SIZE : Ihe program l for :Ihe month, a ymxmlum|' for ("he. meeting' ,
STEAK $ ;:::
-Club_>at..287-2330----.-Stuart.-- _.-.-- weekend." ". io Adult will' *be..* 'fuel fur Our Future. prncrvtd Hiiirvltiy J :evening in:.Ihe: .clawoow.Mr hi tell:' what":. they

$1 00 In observance/ of N4lk.. >iul Lducation I *. 1X4) Kite prnldent''' of the
I TOMATOESFruits 9 Cans For Week, t.tn. ..,,.. '
B tiye) Rogers PTA extend* a cordial' (nvluikxit
: PORT SALERNO NEWS GRADEMA"D&D; GEORGIA ICE PACK LEAN WESTERN, SMALL 4lilf1! program! chairman. b had I II .akkedMveral .... I t<> "everyone' ) m the coiiiniunity tu .
I FRESH WHOLE purenl' kt> 'aUcnd cla..*e* hi attend the meeting,' .,. '
1 MRS. MARY BKOWN, C rre |MHidenl AT 7-29V6 the Khoul for one day.. ''I 1 hi.* mean! Refre hment* will be kcrved M
I t 'If mil......."'.. fII,' .,............... r "'" I II c SPARE FRITO LAY 10-OZ. DEL MONTE, 303 SIZE ----- I be lowing held, the for meeting.pre-vhuul-. =A nunery children.will,,

Church News till I ( MAISMr. \ S Birthday Celebrated I The room "having, the mont parrx .

I I and Mrs... Richard.! Meyer, The home of Mr*, kfarle flirt ,the.ice prencnt.& will' again partake of .
cream treat.t.en t.
Several ladies.! front the BuplistChurch I have Madison,! ..as.,. their Avenue.house, (Coral (for'Gardens, Ib. PotatoCHIPS & eqetables r..:wat:: In HUIW celubraiton: |:|;V'y:':| SUiurday of;r:Ihe::; f filtbblrihdny aftrrnrain -
; h on AlA in Port"' Sulerno guest several
.. of her .
I I weeks., John" Meyer, I from r ) ant Steven.
will be attending the District& Ladies I
.. .. I II table with
Auxiliary: )' to be held.! at 10 I Woodhaven. Long Island.. N. Y The wa* centered a
a.m. Saturday, Nov.. 7 7., at the I Mr. Meyer .is. eighty-*..** years old I LEAN WESTERN birthday cake "decorated' :\ In the
Central Baptist! (Church ilWC\ I and the father (of R. Meyer.Mrv > I Halloween/ theme." .

I "PaJm Beach.. i I ,.. Adolph..,'( Regli, her sister ; Steven'.' "thared' hi* cake. and ke.
Senior of I BOSTON $ cream with Ricky: I'.vant.!'. .. llnimylavon ........
The : Epworth League and" husband.' Mr and Mr* M. K. TWIN PACK .. .
Methodist MAINE RUSSET""" BAKINGPotatoes, Mike and "Malt Renwkk, c.. ...
the Southern: (Church i Kosengren( (of II Riviera: Beach, were DIoMI
will .be,. traveling' Saturday)' evening'. I' dinner guests'(of [Dr)r., and.! Mrs. Frederick I BUTT Ib.HERMAN'S 3 9 .I'mrkk' .Hegg........ 'Jinuny)' Thomson. UNDER )MANACEME.NT'\ : OFCapt.
and Mike and UM Ftuher.Al
I to the Cavalry Baptist.. Church: in I Poppe' '!! in Coral (liable. > *. Mrs.Poppe I DIXIE STOKLEY'S[ YELLOW CLING, 2'' SIXEi ". ToUy, Eag.br.tMG
1 o attending. were Un.* Belly
West 'Palm Beach to tee a film aivl" Mrs. Regli were former CRYSTAL" 10 lb. 69S.NOWUIUIE
produced: by the Bob Jones. University I co-workers"' when living. in Minneapolis. I 6OZ.BOLOGNA. CHICKEN OF ] l I.n.:. *, Nr.*. .bie ravor' *, "Mr*. Salerno .... .
"Red, Kuns the River," at \" ,., I THE SEA, Chut Jeanetie, Kenwick( It;", and Mn.*, IXm- AT 'r-ta r
730; ,p.m.. I I Green Label aid Begg.civic... Shipyard JMES:
I Word.! has t been> received here '_
I 5:43 Carl' will Silturlla leave'.I the Anyone church wishing h.II at h. i, front) Mr. and Mrs.. (tvdward' Pugh B or OLIVEPIMIENTO E SUGAR ( (txLB 'Mr.ni.Na

;:, I p.m.ride. is welcome) to be it the former,' renidcnis of Hibiscus\ : Park.\(. I PEACHES r89c A bitwnoa. ', vi the Port,
meeting "
Mr. has "been"' 29
Pugh hUltJ'llah'tJa ''f Cauliflower .
church and" join, the leaving, ..
group | n d. his condition) is. improving.. E LOAF REG. !Kalermi (Ovlc A ocwlim will be ..
II then. 1 Their address.. is. I 16 M Scabreete' : 291 held Ihurtday, Nov, S .al. I p.m..

Goblins and Ghosts Way)', Keansburgh. N., J, 07734.. SIZE FANCY RED com I.In.. the to civic atund.Mr center.. Everyone" ..I-I-

Mr. and )Mrs.. J John> Radman,"\ ; ,
Haunt Civic Center Mimosa Drive) Hibiscus: Park' \(, are *. iilen: lime. .and children JACK'S' GULF
delighted: < to) have as their house 3 For 2ib J 39 9c hav": returned hum* afur' v kiting
More. than forty ,goblin* and" guests"' Mr.. and Mrs. Fric Geiler Sge Sf Grapes wuti .her:;: aunt and uncto.: .Mr. and! STATION

parry ghosts.held.attended S Saturday t the h night Halloween at the:' from Ridycfield(/ : N.. J. .The. thirty- 5 Ib 2ge OUR COURTESY COUNTER' ; Mr*. Cecd Idell.: In .rUlywood.Mr "" / ". All fUrrl Cuaranle4'
\wedding anniversary of the \
Port Salerno" Civic Center.. Those. John.> \ Radmuns was ,celebrated this. IS I: YELLOW: ,*" AMhiwy..., Vtetor.: p"*l lRo l lack' ItoBaAtrwM.. Owae. .
for, the .. HERE FOR }YOUR confuted .M.. "' ', '
IILittl bouts ) party: were pax* 'week by the two couples: >>iJ J. it 10 Mary'tilUnpilal '1' AlA fort galena* AT 7211bt .
and, Joyce Knight., Sharon We.l fttm' fkwh.; I
Osborn: : end, Donald Stiller.r. Mr.. and 1.1. Mrs.. D. J.. Moglia' 'WE HAVE A ; \ CONVENIENCE YO MA \' '' 2ib 25iONAllUN ----- ------
The center wa ,gaily decorated. Normandy\ Street!, Hibiscus", Park, COMPLETE VARIETY Squash c
in the Halloween theme. Guests"' have returned to their horn after :
were entertained with, "bobbini' fot visHing:: Mr*. )!. Grallon: in Hialeah.Mr OF "1111 ".GO "...." Pay Your Light' Bill
apple and' I >"P the balloon. There, *. Oration'1'* mother, Mr r*. Elua-: : """
othef'gamea,'r. .. ; and. fortune beth Laux was. .honpitaliied.."' but \
.were toller's', booth.Refreshment'. has returned! to her home.. FR H FISH """ Have Your Checks Cashed

ot 'W \dogs' baked A ,spe dy) recovery'\) ia wished. .! .Y< 4 "lb.> bag 3 Sc
I bem.* tamry and a large ae..i Halloween -. for. 'Johnny Sawull... year-old son for lour Selection/ lf4'.tIi1llll1t1iior! \\\ \ Apples
decorated cake were s / \
l of>l, Mr. and Mrs. John> Sawtcll.Orstnge Purchase Money Orders
1 (> Tree Drive.. Hibiscus" Paik.He .
tA.Chapcrone< for the party were suffered.:""" Vuke'" .but on his GIANTDASH, "
and Rev.Mr and, *. Mrv Francis I D.? Stiller M.: .Knight, and, Mr.Mr. kg. while playing, in his. back IN. COMET NCW. SAKE GUARD SITERKTSE. 'HAm MOUNTAIN" vN i h GRAVY DIM''I &ftllUORD, WIIJI, ) SUPERMARKET I

.;( (Oshoriu). Tamer* Lyn Gilliard. b baby a h y "Uti MlE sou :"' LIMA GRAMS BIRD SEED
and Mrt.fCffiP, ..- daughter of Buddy. and Pat Gilluud I DOG YUMMIES '.. DOG FOOD Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 OJTI. to 6:30: pjn. I 1...... "."" ., ArtII.... ). ..,riaJk. .h.* .ktMrtto. ... County
Mrs. Alice Ceiger has returned has been admitted( to, the nCILKC.: : 'IRA\II\ >O OLD PAINTINGS" RESTORED'.
I to days her' ''torn in J*Jacksonville.after., penduig! .;' severd Infection.Fort Pierce<< hospital with' t ,virus! 79c 2RE 33c 2fOR43c 19c c PII'-19c' 4fORS6c* Su.4Sc Friday8am.to9p.m.-Salurday8 8 9 8 .m.lo1p.m.7 I O*.e Ifnr. ml. r.........



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6-B THE STUART (Kta.) NEWS F J. .h 1I!>'''' .,,+# A""'''' avwwIW 4, :v< ,* _""'_..,.,...._.....-., > .w. '.._M .'a __..1 I 'wRIO :.-_ type) Floor shift. Radio.

Tburasa. Novewbor 5, 1964 FOR RENT: 35 FOR RENT OK SALE ..N'III' BOATS *0 SERVICES 63 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 black Body white top. Beautiful

'11"1 -- ,. 1JoII,('.:'...",<.. .-. AA'WIM"JW"">*W J S I *I J MSr'8 I II ---- NEWSMRS. snttrlur.blue Was and white$895. vinyl!Now'\

4i' twO bedroom furnished apartmev APARTMENT for Root: Two bed. I OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED FOR Sale "by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront CBS Two Bedroom. One Bath' $795. $195 down, $34 mo.

TimS SYMBOL fur rent in North River rooms newly decorated and new We have parts for all lots. High and /' home Florida room, screened- C. B. IIEASLEY if *

I MEANS THAT Shores. $125 monthly year around. furniture Fully fwmhed owiwen- popular makes Can test your coil Sacrifice at $29 a foot 7- in carport utility room beautiful Correspondent VALIANT 4-D Station
Er287.3547.!! tf READERS PAY TO READ From now to 31st January. Aim AT 73355. Your Friendly Dodge 125' lot. Home unfurnished. Ask AT 7-0887 Wagon.: Straight stIck
WATERFRONT: New furnished Duplex for sale, inquire Box 67, Dealer. tf ((63)) TEN ACRES Salerno Road 60()' ing 12000. Owner transfer. Call shift. Econ 6-cyl.. 25 mpg.
YOUR ADS IN efficiency apartments. Fishing Port Salerno, or phone 287-0412, road frontage good drainage, 287-6422 11-12 ((90)) All while. WM $795. Now
Pier Week, month season. SeaGate Stuart tf ((18)) I FOR A FISHERMAN NEW $895 per acre. 10 acres just off I I Mr and Mrs. George Martinof 695. $95 down, $34 mo.

e ;fuart ;N tT2 Villas at Lighthouse! Point. I 24' Lapntrake, hardtop hull. Will Salerno Road, $695 per acre. 20 TWO bedroom I l'/i bath new Waverly Avenue have returned *
P O. 1531. tf ((35) FOR Rent or Sale. Two bedroom take i inboard outboard power. acres Loop Road $495 per acre. air conditioned home with I after a business trip to Tippuhennock '60 FALCON 2-D Wagon.

CBS house in Hibiscus Park. !I It you can: install motor in Jour See M P. Nelson! Realtor, 325 dock. At Saint Lucie Inlet Harbor Va. slick. Beautiful all-
SMALL modern apartment $15 Call 287-3538 W. J. Weiss spare time, you should see this E Ocean Blvd. Stuart 287-3566 Rocky Point Port Salerno. Straight:
DIAL week. Close i in. Inquire at TheSe 12.3 J8)) i boat. Ideal for inside or off-shore. II.' ((90)( ) 13900. R. Skillman Box 2287 Glenn Rayburn of Spencer Ave. Hhlle. Heater. A steaL Was

en "Cc" Grocery Store North i w ____ "awwuwwm" fishing. Call West Palm Beach, TE Delray Beach. I 11-19 ((90)) I nue is a surgical patient at the I $895. Now $695. $95 down,
ATlantic 7.1550 I II U.S. I at 20tb Street. If (35)) 2-5204 or 655-1783. tf ((63)) FOUR bedroom waterfront home. Martin Memorial Hospital. His $34 ,"0.
I I WANTED TO RENT 40 Will trade for vacant land. Write I STUART Harbor Estates Lot No 5, condition is good and visitors are I *

To Place Your FAST SE1 LING- ONE and two bedroom apartments, ovaLlL,. 28' SPORTHSHERMAN Late Box 23. Stuart. Fla tf ((90)!) Highway No. 76- 10011125. Wa. welcome '60 FORD 4-D Wagon F.coo.6cyL
unfurnished. New _
LOW COST WANT AD and furnished modern.or On the river two WANTED to rent: From Nov. 15 Model Fly. Bridge. dual controls terfront., $2,500.) Lou Bockcrt Mr. and Mrs Taylor Smclcer I Fordamatie. RAIL Seapern. .
twin I85's loaded with TWO bedroom two bath water.
blocks North of Courthouse. 55 E I to May I, small cottage or apartment 4940 N.E. 27 Terr. Pompano of Dandndge. Tenn., have returned Was $995. Now $795.
)() front home in Stuart tins-
extras original cost $15,000offered City Beach. Flu. 399-0204.) 11-12 ((90)
reasonably Refer to their home Rio Boulevard -
Semmole St. 2871197. tf (35) Micheis priced : at about half price can its. Completely furnished. Seawall, on (195 down, $34 mo.
ences. Robt Potter Rd, for the winter
NEWS WANT ADS FOR Rent: One bedroom home on Flushing Mich 11-5 (40) finance 287-3622. tf ((63) dock, city: water, citrus. Owner JENSEN AREA: CBS 3 bedroom. *
will sacrifice at 19000. Box 2 bath home. Bright, breezy Hinson of Rio Boulevard '60 FORD Fab-lane 500 4-D
RATE: Five cents per average St. Lode River. Clean, comfortable -I __ JJ .A::. Henry
1365 Stuart or 2871685. tf ((90)) cheerful White Sednn. V-8. f'ordamatk.I .
word minimum charge per inscrtioQ and quiet. Beautiful view of TRAILERS & SERVICES 68 rooms terrazzo had an emergency appendix
$1.00 (for up to twenty the river Days dial 287-1769, eve- HUP WANT: ) 43 MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS to floors, awning windows built-in operation at the Martin Memorial I PS&B. RS.II. White top,

average word)). Words in ALL nlngi. dial 2875081. tf (35)) r- .L iM illio CAPITAL LETTERS, except first MOBILE Home and I.ot: Cross- U. S. No. 1 near Indian Ave. paneling.I Access to river and and he hones to be at home soon bice. Was $995. Now $795.
WAITRESS wanted for
TWO bedroom furnished apart. day or nue also J 100' frontage by 400') boat dock $14,95000 Terms. Roland
word count as two words each. land 48ilO Patio Carporte Mr. llmson I is an employe of Dick- down $34
: shift $195 mo.
Only experiencedneed ,
ment in Palm City. $75. 287. night Two utility building Landscaped by Salerno Road only $60 per G. Lueder, Realtor, 729 Colorado erson. Inc.FIRST .
White space above or below or 1685. tf ((35)) apply in person.. Poor Bob'gCocktaIl lot bO'x 107' Improvements front foot. M. P. Nelson, Realtor, Ave., Stuart. I 11.' ((90)) I *
within ad will be charged as the Lounge AlA Jensen In Excellent Condition Priced I 325 E. _Ocean Blvd., Stuart 287. '59 CIIEVROLET Impala
cumber of words (five) that could ONE bedroom unfurnished apart Beach. tf ((43)) Right. Call owner 287-5507 tf(68)( ) I 3566 11-5 ((90)) TWO bedroom home. Pine Manor I DOVE SEASON Convertible. Small V-8. 2-
bs printed in the blank lice, or ment. $70 year round. Stove and I Section. Large landscaped lot, CLOSES NOVEMBER: 8 barrel carb. Powfrjjide.:

25 cents per line. refrigerator furnished.. Call 287. SALES, service and claim work. FOR Sale Liberty Trailer 36'x8'- I THREE bedroom home. Jensen 112x 150. Two extra lots adjoin. Hunters are reminded that the first PS&B. Rill. All white, red
Married with school
"Display Classified" rates on 026' If (35)) I man high On Lot. Window and Patio Beach-Skyline Drive area. 90' ing.; P. O. Box 1701, Stuart, Honda phase dove season closes at sun Interior Was $995. Now
application. education. Ages, 2239. Six months Awning Must sell Make offer by 150* lot. Will trade $4,600 equity 287-5472 I 11-12
HOUSE and apartments: 2 bedroom offered. I or phone ((90)) down on Sunday Nov. 8. The $895.
training Groupbenefits.
period 1
These are cash rates for ads house I and :2 bedroom $10250 a week to start Fishnhol Phone 287-2181 for land, lots, etc: No cash UNUSUAL CUSTOM BUILT second phase will open state.wide I
needed Take
brought or mailed to The Stuart aartments. Clean and nicely fur Phone West Palm Beach, Temple 11-5 ((68)) over payments. Call HOME has basement and at noon. Nov. 14 and will con '
2870914.) tf large 59 VOLKSWAGENPANEL
News with payment.' If are a nished. Two miles from new high ((90)) tinue for sixteen days of hunting
you 2-3265 for appointment I 11-5 ((43)) OWN_YOUR OWN TRAILER attached garage Access: to water Extra Good.
Stuart News mail subscriber j or are school on State Road 76. Seasonal I : LOTI! Move on and do your FOR Sale: Commercial lot, 331Ottceola I and fine dock, CBS 2 bedrooms, The second 'season closes' at tun- '
Was $895. Now $695.
listed in the Stuart telephone direc. or yearly. 287-0768. tf (35) HELP Wanted: Female. AudaI own landscaping. Well and septic 6-room unfurnished 2 baths, central heat, air condition. down on Nov. 29

tory you can place your ad by tele EFFICIENCY. Adults only. Utilities I graph transcription typist for tank already} installed. For information frame house fair condition. Will ed, Florida room aluminum awnings --- $95 down $34 mo.

phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and" and linens furnished. Monthor Stuart Area. Seasonal Call Kelly wrtie Box P. c/o Stuart answer direct questions.. E. Coventry white terrazzo floors-ell JFIIOV AU'S UITNESSFS
say "I want to place a want-ad. season. 287-1950 after 500: I Girl Service 833-2331 I. West News I 11-12 ((68)) 5137 Pinegrove Drive West large rooms. Close' to the Inlet I Kingdom Hull, Drift Road '59 PLYMOU1H fury 2-))

P.M. tf ((35)) I" Palm Beach. 11.19(43( Palm Beach, Florida, 33406. $17,99000 I Roland G. Luedcr, Thursday. 7:30: p.m" Theocratic irr. V8. Aulo latl PS1B.

STENOGRAPHER mature. Seasonal SERVICES OFFERED, Mbc. 71 ._tf ((90)) Realtor 729 Colorado Ave. Stu Ministry School, 8.30 p.m.. Service Red body white lop., Needs
Give your mall I I address as RIVERFRONT home with pool art. 11-5 ((90)I)) Meeting. Theme: Helping Cap- Mint. A steal. 495. No
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well as your telephone number for rent. Furnished or unfur. I pewit Ion. Capable, rapid ____L_ EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITYto I
lives to Get Out of Babylon the $28
in your want-ad. The Stuart nished. CaU 2(7-0948.() tf (35)) accurate. Dictation and typing. JONES SEPTIC TANK SERVoICE. buy a two bedroom, one bath FOR Sale Furnished duplex Great. down mo.
News )has hundreds of Telephone 546-5411 I between 10 Septic tanks vacuum clean. home in beautiful Bahama Ter. Jensen. One side rented perma. *

out-of-.tate subscribers who I FURNISHED upstairs apartment am. and 3 p.m. 11-5 ((43)) ed and resealed. Also drain fields race. Corner lot, gas heat city water nently other for season. Good ,sunday 4 p.m., public discourse loinuiculitle Dear-new condition
st 200 Lomta St., Casa Terrace. income Reasonable Phone by J. A. Campbell. Suhject: \ Inside and out. '58
are your best possible prospects MALE or female salesman! wanted repaired and relaid. FAST SeRVo cement tile roof, patio. Reduced price
and Living room.bedroom combination Stuart 287-2194 after 5:0:(() 'What w Gods View of livings Sedan de
for real estate sales ICE. Dial 287-2820 or 287-6266( to $13,200. Reasonable p.m. CADIlLAC Vide.
wanv.d.ardenina. full bath, sundeck. Suitable I to represent Niagara Cyclo: : or write Chas Pryer, 1340 Otter Worship. 515: p.m. Bible study
rentals, boats, help Must have car. Com tf (71)) down payment. Must be sold. M. 4-1) II f. PS\\MS. RAIl
for one or two persons Must be Massage. St. Franklin Pa. tf ((90)) with aid of Warchtowcr Theme:
trailers, and serv Good for live P. Nelson Realtor 325 E. Ocean Beautiful all while-two lone
seen to be appreciated. Call 287. mission. opportunity URNITURE refinishmg and re- "Peace Among Men of Good Willor
ices. ; 3489 after 5 p.m. tf ((35)) wire. Call Niagara Office 287- storing. Will calf for and de Blvd.. Stuart 287-3566. 1 11.5 ((90)) FOR SALE: The best buy in Cocoanut Armngeddon'.Whkh7"Tucsdy blue Interior. Seat Belt.

0050. I II.' ((43)) Park, 3 bedrooms, I P/i Only $995.9Passenger.
I liver. Reasonable. Ca.ll 287-1685. THREE bedroom home. North : 8:00: p.m" Bible Study.
FOR Rent: Seasonal or yearly. tf baths, 2-car carporte. patio Sea Theme *
CURB GIRL WANTED: Applyin (71)) River Shores. Pool. Large lot well : Waiting in Exile for
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS; Five room furnished home with View awnings. Combination washer Babylon's FallAssemblies ." '58 DODGE 4-D
landscaped. Quick possession. Call ,
nice yard. Call 546-5200 1 11-5 ((35)) person-A & W Root Beer RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv and dryer, dish washer, 2 water
for Field Wagon Small V-8. 2-barrel
refer display 287-4845 or 2873279. tf ((90) Ministry:
(Numbers over 100 to Drive In, U. S. No. I I. South Ice. and Also ),
Cleaning water softener A REAL
classified sdi, which appear fOR for on Stuart 11-5 ((43)) repairing. pumps Saturday and Sunday 9:15: a.m. cwb. Automatic drive. PS-
rent season or
II year
drain fields repaired and re-laid. WATERFRONT HOUSE Live buy at only $19 I' .(XX). on a big
I I after the end of the smaller ads, in Manatee Bay two bedroom ----- '--' ----- ;;' -- -,-.,... ..B. Rot 11. All while' red
PERSON wanted to serve consumers Dial AT 7-0651-AT 7.9862. tf(71)( ) "The Life of Riley" in :2 bed beautiful lot KMx2M), ) feet C. E. vav.vaMav. .' ..v.IIF.LP
M numerical order Us sure to look apiirtments. completely furnished, and black Interior. Was $695.
I I bath CBS. $13- Slocum, Realtor, 505 Colorado
in St. Lucie County or Palm room new Only WANTED 143Wanfed
In both places.) modern All electric, and WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE
carport. Now $495. No down $28
500. Terms. M P. Nelson Real Ave. I 11-5 ((90))
Beach County with Rawlelgh Products ,
N Call ft7.l041or BALANCING with Bear Equipment .'
Uotk. )
boat : pets I \.IIII>>J""IIIII\I month
RENT 35-135 tor. 325 E. Ocean Blvd. 287-
FOR investment
No capital required
write Box 177 Port Silcrno, by trained mechanics: will pay FOR sale by owner, I -
practically *
; FOR RENT OR SALE 38-1311 Write Rawleigh, FA J 581 I 3566. 11-5 ((90) .
Florida. 11-26 ((35)) for itself\ in tire wear. We have the New Beautiful 3 bedrooms, 2 "" "
I WANTED TO RENT 40-140 I II.I Memphis. Tenn. I 1.5 ((43)) equipment and men. Your friend'ly '. S H0 R ff VII.LAGE SUBDIVI. bath house in fine neighborhood. nallctl l IAJ

HELP WANTED 43-143 DDK-room cottage with screened : Female dental assistant Dodge dealer. ULMER MO. SION ON HUTCHINSON 1 I- All central gas heat Air-condition- ) Hardtop Orig. jrl-

Employment Wanted 48-148 porch. Clean. $55 per month. .TEglI 287-4090) for Interview I TORS or Dial AT 7-3355. tf ((71)) LAND is located between the 2 in,. All electric built.in kitchen At Once black beauty.! No rust. PSBYV.
Highway 76 at Turnpike. 287- : 2-tone Black and Grey In.
appliance including
Homesites for
11-' ((43)) bridges. $450000
Business Opportunlllea 50-150 )170. 11.5 ((35)) HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, and apartment sites as low as Fenced in back yard. Beautifully terior. A real beauty. Was

LOST & IOUND 53-153 DUPLEX, furnished apartments WANTED: high school boy or Mower and Disc. Will and clear lots, I I $500000 Roland G. Lueder landscaped: with deep well pump Piano Player. Also $995. Now $895.
SCHOOLS 54-154 Minutes front boats bridges!!, girl. White. To work 2W hours cut :f ea.. Lawton posts Wall, Phone pilingsfor AT Realtor 729 Colorado Ave., Stu and underground watering system Cook and kitchen *

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 beaches golf cours.l. shopping after school. Powell's Diner. Phone 71401. tf ((71))) art. 11-5 (90)) Many extras. Included. Call owner MFCIINICS SPECIAL:

USED CARS 58-158 centers, clean quiet, bested P. 287-9708 I 1.5 ((43)) 287-4886 for additional Infor. helper. Apply in '511 CHEVROLET 1-)) Wagon. .

NEW CARS (0-160 O Box 1186, Telephone 287-0197' I J STORAGE Household goods, automobiles CBS two bedroom one bath. Car i' mation. I II.' ((90)) Seymour'sInn. 6-cyL Straight ctkk.

I BOATS SERVICES 63-163 evenings. 11-12 ((35)) LoST A FOUND (3 boats, anything. Sections I porte. screened Some furniture patio., Air all practically conditioned .! ..................-1IOt person. Radio. Needs a little work.
low as $3.00. Large new, .
.. tf
TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 I PROFESSIONAL OFFICES: Firstor JI___u_ I I. clean buildings. Golden Gate Storage. new $9,900. 219 Harrison FOR RENT 135 $195. No down $12 mo.

Services Offered, Misc.: 71-171 second ,floor Arthur Dchon SOMEBODY borrowed our copy AlA. three miles South of Avenue, Coral Gardens, Florida 'o&eev'' 'e'vsss'vm," "- *"'* ,-,,..*-., If.. *' *
PLANTS & SERVICES 75175For Bldg, can: I be made as plus as you of 1963 N. W. Ayer Directoryof Stuart. 2871202. U ((71)) Call 287-6552 tf ((90)) I -iSFRUCES 51 CADILLAC Coupe de
them and rents can OFf"FRE), Misc. 171 VUle 2-D IT, PMVBIS.RAH. .
you pay. Newspapers and Periodicals. I II
Sale MbcelliineoiM 78-178 NICE and Cory Two bedroom
WISCONSIN. Brlggs Stratton ...
j For keys see Miss Alice Dchon. Would appreciate its return I to -s"-e"-' Beautiful all white-
Want To MUc.) 81-181 Clinton and Lauson AIR I screened patio and carporte. It's
Buy ( St. for
224 Seminole or phone appointment Stuart News Office: we need It. It furnished tool! $11,500 I I ) terms. Don black: and while Interior
COOLED ENGINES in stock and
MOVING STORAGE 84-184 I 11-26:! ((35))
Is hard cloth-bound book W. $1195.
a green and men who know how to I O'Kelly and (0., 90( () Colorado i Now $695. $95
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 IN Stuart One bedroom duplex, about six inches thick. 11.19 ((53)) repair parts them. ULMFR MOTORS"or" I Avenue. 287.2 OO( or 287-3280 LAW'SMOVING I down $34 mOo

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 bedroom kitchen dinette, \liv- rOUND: SHAI.POINT SIAMESE Dial AT 73355. Your Friendly ,_11-5 ((90)) *

''Inlf and bath. Furnished. Call 2875053. CAT OWNER CALL 87- Dodge Dealer. tf ((71)) I NORTH RIVER SHORES- WA. I II i '51 FORD 4-D Station Wa
FOR RENT 35 tf ((35)) 3199 AFTER 5:00: P.M. 11SPFCIAL (U3)III ) 1ERRAZ70 Tile and Marble. TfRFRONT LOT ON MAIN I gon. Small V-8. 2-huml

'NICELY furnished$ one bedroom ... ._.___. W. H. Wagner Co., AT 74880or RIVER. 125' on waler and over 500 S. FLAGLFR STUART I carla PS. Aulo. Red and
_, .u.ulb.... duplex. All electric ceramic: tile NOTICES 55 AT 71696. tf(71)( ) 400' deep. This beautiful lot faces: Local and long dlstitnct moving. white Interior tta $595.

STORES and offices downtownor bath and terrazzo floors Call 287- south with miles 0 f riverview Packing crating and ship I Now $395. No down, $28
East Ocean Blvd. Any size.. 5363. tf ((35)) SUMS -I-- GOZZ1NI.: Gifts Crafts, Straw Priced at $",000,00. Terms. Roland -' ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS ping. month'
Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 I E. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSmeets ; Bags, Hats, Cement Patio Shop G. Luedcr Realtor, 729 Colorado *

Ocean Blvd.I Phone 287-2420. STORE SPACE FOR RENT: Ar. at 8.10: pm. every Wednesday Pecan Candy, Fruit Shippers. Ave. Stuart. 1 1-5 ((90)\ ( ) WAREHOUSE STORACE '51 MERCURY 2-0 nagcm.Turnpikeember .
If ((35)) thur Dehon Bldg. Found to bea at the Community Church, Hours: 9-5, Closed Sundays. Hwy. Ph. ..
good centrally located store apace Jensen Beach. For Information, No. I 1. Hobo Sound. 546-5371. REAL FSTATE LISTINGS faa BAST ocnAff aOVLWVARDstVARl' 2874878M urn mote. Automatic.
' FOR Rent: Furnished 2-bedroom for successful rummage sales for Phone AT 7.3332. tf ((55)) tf ((71)) WANTED MIKE IFCHER, FLoissisaMoraesceFrnxo ApaservexTa! PSiB. RAIL $495.

t' garage apartment, clone in, reasonable various civic: and church: groups; REGISTERED BROKER. 6 a ROOMS a MATHSHVFFLrBOAUD No down, $28 mo.
; Garage; Rooms to private this should! be a good sign of a FOR individual care: and attention MILES WEST OF STUART ON cot RI'S ,aevMa. ,.''is' ,,AS*>'" Tnt *

I home. 619 Eat Fifth Street, good location for your shop or bring your child to Mrs. PLANTS SERVICES 75 ROAD 76. RURAL ROUTE NO. ..."OIU....' NATMTT FOR SALE, Miscellaneous 178 '56 CADILLAC 4-D lIT

Stuart. tf ((35) tore with new merchandise" and Schang's nursery school. Air conditioned : .talL- II.I BOX '63._11-12 (90)C ( ) tOUKOB .', .,..,.:> .,."'t_,''(, "" "''\III'U.' 'IW! Sedan de \ille. PSWB&S.

.1. TWO bedroom CBS. Home. All good services centrally: located: Centrally and heated.located.Fenced Phone play PLANTS Sprinkler systems, NORTH FORK ST LUCIE SUBDIVISION R'auiSy. .......1 T.. Radio. Grig pink body-

, Furnished. where customers can find you. AT area. landscaping sod. Fastest growIng waterfront home W, T. PAGET. Mgr. white top. Clean black It
electric equipped. 287-0771() tf ((55))
A RENTAL RATE YOU CAN in Martin Pel- .
No children and No pets. Call nursery County. CBS' 2 bedrooms, |111 baths, central DIM A1 t-eflNI tf I1ISI while Interior Was $795.
2875733. 653 Bryant Avenue, PAY. Keys with Miss Alice Do- QUALIFIED Accordion Instruc- can Nursery Loop Road ($.76.0\), heat-has a wood burning "; New $595. No down, $34
Stuart. tf ((35) hon, 224 Seminole St. or phone. tor. Write to inquire: Rob llm- Palm City. AT 7-1918) tf ( 75)) fireplace in the living room too. ;;;.LC" month

11-26 ((35)) man Route 2. Stuart, F1a.II. -. III Florida room. attached garage and EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS *

1 November to 1 April. On the XR Rent: downtown office space -' ((55)TUT ) FOR SALE,. MhrelliMeotN '78TRUSSES bulkheaded waterfront. Beautiful CASA RIO '56 CADIllAC Coepe de
way to beaches. One block off yard and easy to care for. COM-
East Ocean Boulevard. New two 10x15 equipped with quality furniture RE'S still time for fine color: J .._ FTFLY AND NICELY FURNISHED IOU ft MOTOR SALES lame.va VHIe. PS\\B&s. RAM. Bean-i
entrance. storageapace
bedroom duplex terrazzo floors private pictures of you your home elastic stockings IkTuI goddese gold black A
utilities furnished.! Telephone : S23, OO.00. Roland G. ..Mss 707 ale ATe*
I Formica kitchens lila baths your children: your pelt, your Stuart ON -' white mtrrior. Woe
carport 7-2560. I t.ll (33)) knee pads, anklets, eta Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado u urn $795.
> utility room. AU electric 287. AF pool, your bout, your garden or Drug Corp. if ((78)) Ave.. Stuart. 1 1-5 ((90)) .. Now $595. !No'\ dow $34
'05$. tf ((35)) BURNISHED apartment. Adults your wife for Christmas SaWn THE ST. LUCIE ---- month.
$30 hundred with COW Manure 1V4 yards. $12.
furnished two bedroom a envelopes *
FOR Rent: Office: building across Only. Newly in excellent residential You'll love them. Jack Gushing. 2 yards, SI5.) Full 8-yard load 0... sad two-room tfrkkoclet.Spacloae MORTGAGESFOR *
from {Seymour's Inn. Call 287. apartment Two minutes from 97 LIghthouse Drive, Jupiter. 1-1or- $42 Also Trash hauled $8 load.: 56 LINCOLN:\ Premier %-0

!is1. tf(35)( ) Now area.available on seasonal Ida. Telephone 746-4846 12-3(55)( ) Call 287-1700. tf ((78)) sha44 |rom town. FREEYour Let. ...t Dock. l U-irUto,, red ad while..
or annual basis Also two bedroom CAR LiFT WANTED:; Stuart;; to Shnffktouil.
available Jan. I. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TV .!hI Lounge leather. Inferior. WM $595.
River Park Fort Pierce about t
Call 287-3167 or write George II Now $395. N. down, $24
5 00 Saturdays Week Month Year
Stuart ; p.m. by young Lowest Prices fat Florida MORTGAGE ('OR?. 1tIOII1h.
WANT ADSDOTHEJGB Jones, Route I, Box 412. woman working in Stuart Phone
II.' ((35)) Want Ad in 61 4 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT *
I 287-0676 II.' ((55)) GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS P. O. Box MA, Dank' Fta.CALL 54 lINCOLN
three- TilE STUARTN1VS STUART .VTrlrphmwi 4-D Soda..
IURNISHED waterfront CARPETS clean easier with the ORGANSEASY 923-4441 Full
M7-9SU power, Fad. AJr. AB
room .) .rtment. Dock privileges. Blue. Lustre Electric: : Shampooeronly TERMS is printed in Fte. amble. .
Hollywood. beauty- kilcrtnr.
Utilities included. $125 per I F. E. WOOD, Manager urtca
month. 1st house north of Civic II I per day. lljrtm n-l.el., ,h- MORITZ PIANO CO THE MARTINCOUNTY I If I1SII 1111 .. $595. !Nose'\ $495. N.
ton Furniture 1\\ ((55)BOt1S&SFKVlCES )

Center 1252. Port Salerno. Phone If'287.(135)) ......:.1 112) No. 5th Street FREE ... __ '" .;,"It'" ....':.' :-- T".. ,_"' .... .... "" ...?1IIfJ'! : I ..... $28MNY mesih
Ft Fla. 461-4747
Pierce Ph.
aL-- : 43wttasMMN tt ((7') PJIESS, Sunday, EXPECTING COMPANY?

FOR RENT' OR SALE 38 >sMssMMaaiajSMMssssasMaHi TWO !new 1 12 by 12 rugs $)' each. without charge. WONDER ft HERE DUKE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN
FOR SALE line of
'9 Marine Supplies Marine Paints, GE upright vacuum cleaner, (Tale npfOn .. Kpriar WMS- Call M aid stop werj1as RtamubW rates s4 a* stassupher.
RIVER view cottage. A. O. Dreyer $10. Can be seen at 11205 South thai wM .0 bet .w. .
Marine Hardware-everything for ash mly, SN4 to>> dfcptoy. c... swpM } .1
( Rio. Last Indian River Drive. Walton. Call4644J67
Orange Avenue. boat \\hilicar Boat Works, sifted whfcsj MANAGER CO.
vour : CM be re-rwi CALL MARIE KIRK
on left. 287-3464. tf (38)) << |II.| |" ((78))
I Port: SewalL tf ((63)AUTIIOiUZF.D ) tt a reduced nit.) Now AvaIlable. for Yew SleepIng CofortJCclokIaHage

FOR SALE OR RENT Three bed FOR Sale: :o" gas Move. $25. New N.... UsJtt fa O. Ma, AlA OLD DIXIE 1HVY. at
Johnson Dealer.
room, one and a half bath home Sects Rot Sprint: & Mattress, Phone your ad to D.DIA.NTOHN RD.
pial ATIantic 7-1550 Central heat and ur conditioning. Complete Sales Service, Parts. full size. $35 Call 287-5886.
287-4593. tf (38) Good selection of dependable Used If (78) 287-1550 and get in Southwind Motel JUPITER. Plea* 744-I77J

aad ask for tIictMTn1cei2 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE_ ST. Motor Mechanic.Expert:CASA Factory-Trained RIO BOAT A Rangoon the capital of Burma on this two-for-one UA. NO. I STUART TELENIONEj 2S7-077J Ope. a. Smoaye

LUCI(: ,.01'3. CALL 273649. MOTOR SALTS. Inc. 440 Rt 707 derives its name from Ysngoo offer! ___ wIt'") 11-'

/ If tn) la Rio\ AT 70944. tf (63)) meaning end: of strife. I -

S t a (1$1)I

... .. >

Single" i is the fourth .:jrc.itest'( 1 FIRST
c,,It','"( ni death among L1 S. Young SCIENTIST Christiou Science Lecture THE STL'ART (FtoMa) NEWS Thunday. NevMnber 5. 1964 7-B

people between the ages of fifteen East Ocean Blvd., SHartUssonaemxm r .

_,?d! twenty-four. subjectIov! 8 Miss heard Thursday from 4:JO to 5:30: ST. MARVfWednesday EPISCOPAL:
... _. "Adam and Fallen Man." : Poling to Lecture on and from 7 .R) ) to g::5O
"" +ww.r+et I The Miruculmn, M l"Nove.;; Nov. 4: 7:30: p.H.. .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 / provided.Sunday school. |II| a.m. Nursery 'Bible Science gcHsM.MA will .he held every Tuesday at 7.M: ) iMidiy school kMchen' meeting.
and You'A Thursday Nov. 5: 7-.10 a.m..
ootvn''* .e Wednesday pm. starting rurtdav. Nov V .
meeting Hilly Bucnariat; 10) a.m.. Holy
8 p.m. A Uw>r-io- lH>r census of lhefIf
I 10( ECW
Wide St. Lucie Reading Room: :282! :! Flag ler Ave. public lecture entitled "The CV.tiUi Scwace heallta" *. She i is Dieeeaa Miami will .he takenon Sauchariat.; a.m.of C.: S.

Waterfront Home nue: Year round hours, Monday Bible. Christian Science and You" : alto I" autKonn-il teacher ol wr .. I MM y. Nov 21. Volunteers" I Christianity "
through Saturday. 10 will be given here Sunday after Christian Science.; : n .y an fMtded to help with the cenaua.
2 R......... I Bah, Del.... CBS Horn.A Christian Science' a.m. to 3 p.m. ",)00. Nov. 1 15. at .isSO1:: .....** Meet Our Ministers The article stun is ope* Friday. Nov. <>: 9MO: () a.m regiMratson -
radio lrI
,, condition >nd h....... In ". program JfcNSKN BCACH after ,: : There and cotter hour: 10) a.m..
COHMItMrYMamiog is
hulkh..d. 43 ft. dock. Cttru. !_.. "The Bible Speak to You" may by Sylvia N. Poling Location Ariz. fine selection of Christmas
AAA cards.
alma be
heard over WSTU. Stuart 1455 vwhip Mrviaaa 9.W() World
: : Community Day I The Rev.
ALSO lc. at 7:15: pm. Mondays. Miss PotiM is a member of The and 11 Rev. C'OOirh lInctl Is held every' William Wilson of Palm, Unit-
lit ft. Front on Hlhw. I. .11. a.m. Sunday; midweek Knight Led FoundingOf Wednesday at 7:30: City
.f Smart: N.. CBS ,. Topic for Nov. 9 ChriMwn Se W Board of Lectureship -
nurth bid tull..bl : "Your Present ed Church of Christ (Congregational
for .kuolnno a homo. Now ...at..d Salvation.' and will I..k I in StuartWoman' worship efvice, 7 p m.. Thursday.Other School of religion for high ehoolitiulvnl will '

M.. $ace._*Both. propwttn bortaliiilcnl. Club 0 f East Ocean meetings! > ouih Fellow, I Osceola Street (S.M.) 1 to H* is p.m held, and every for Monday obmentaryschool from 3 p.m.) the (he.iris'Ihe Friendly speaker.- Society At-
Doutevard under the auspices of ship 6:30: p.m. Sunday Senior This
I Dlul Owner 287.4613 A nationwide of ) ; student ffoniiM meets. group n for all
electric on Siiiurday
survey j
FiN Church Scientist. Chotr. 7:30 dnd .
of Oriole : p.m. Junior Ch.Hr.tdO girls from seven lo twelve
or write, Rt. I, Box 163. Smartiiii utility fuel costs knows that one! of Stuart. : p.m.'edne..loIY: Alcoholics Rtv. Durward H. Knight Ir. < : ) lo II M a.m. old. yean
is the most The nieniNers of the
economical Holy Name
fuel for
I lien) Mica Polinff holih ilMrivs from Anonymous 8 p.m. Wednesday. pastor" of Oteeola Street Mcth- Saturday. Nov 1 9.V
electric will receive :
generating power. Society Holy Communion : a.m.
'< AI1" ,,,,,,.. T .. .. Arizona Slate i University and has I Monthly I I meetings: official II chest Church (S.M.). was: "born in wl the 7 a.m. M .OM IJ! also studied al the University of !board, 7:30: p.m third Tuesday: HirminghoMi. Ala. 0 Sunday. Nov 8. Choir.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 California at Los Angeles and Ihe I Churt ,Aid CIfCk1:30: p.m.. I In 19J'J l he Wncd the Na\\; and Trading., stamps! are still needed Sunday. Nov. H. 7 M) a.m.. Holy
-,"****..: r. .. University of Southern California. fourth Wednesday: FnendaMp Cir
v" [ .. JI received an honorable discharge For the anmiiil huiaar. I'leawi dnopthem Eucharist; 9 a.m., Holy Eucharistand
She resigned from the teaching I! cle. 8 p ntt, fourth Tuesdny. : Men's ,'I at a chief petty officer in 194 and In :the has at :the church Sunday school; I 11 I a.m.. more
'S5'" profession in 1950 h* dovote her Brotherhood l. h.'0 p m., third i the same year married Ha/ci All- +usar. door,, Ing Prayer; 7'VI pm. Inquirer's

THINK full time..to the public.. practice of Friday.: I. I' dredge, also a native of Hirming-, The men of Si. J 7fIijh: dim.
.,.-...... _- -_'." -_ ._"..-:-:-:. _:= ,:. I' I will make a retreul I Tuesday. Nov 106 W p.m.,
I' ham.Rev. of Florid, Retreat. House in North
REAL KSTATF.: I FOR SALE 19(0 Knight received: hit A.n, Men's. C'luh supper and meeting.
Palm Reich the week end of
RALPH HARTMAN JR. degree from Bob, Jone Lniversi-! on : the Rev. Hunter\ Wyatt-Brown,
t "e r. r .,.. rte" tatttatan".- prA.n ..........., iv. ircenvilta S. C.. and took fur. 0REV. Nov 2t(S.2 Catholic, and non- will he guest upenker.Wednesday. .
Catholics invited. For
aro reservation
When You Think (her theological work there in the *, rail Philip Schrntwleser, Ni v. II: 9:30: a.m.,
graduate school.Ho registration of the Episcopal
U7-4558, or Herhert rUvimarin
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Waterfront Homes Acreage pastured I the WeavcrvilleMethodist II 7 JII9.OSCIOU. I Churchwomen of Palm H e a c h
Circuit in Weavervtlle. Deanery meeting at St. Paul. Del-

110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT '-4600I N. C for three ycart while he \ SIRFF.T I ray Bench. Pleane make reservations .
Ild 0101 gds a member of the Methodist' 11 SOLUHKN MKIHODIsr: for this meeting, and luncheon .
I i onicreajM. of North Carolina. I through Mrs Edwin Kollison
The Women's Missionary Soccly :H7OI62.UNITARI' .
He Joined the Southern Methodist I will meet at the church thisThurwtay
I Church In. the' fall of 19)2' :!, I night at 7:43.: All wonten \N III IOWSHIP
I and wu appointed to the Maple' are invited,

Choice \Waterfront I Mi cot Columbia Southern, S.Methodist('. la the Churchof fall of : Dt'RWAKU II. KMCIIT:' ,i Tho pastor will bring a message! ship'Indian meets River every Unitarian Sunday Fellow at II
PropertyOwner from Ihe Word of (j iod, at the I 11 I .
I I'JM.) Rev. Knight came to Mori- s..M..thl'rlMtlht"Jj. t. the official a.m. worship service ,this Sunday ins in the Fort Pierce Beach:
il.i. where he has pastored the organ of the church, ff( three of (rommunity Center, Seaway
morning "CollegeDay4
Recognition : ::1D
Jupiter Port Siilcrnn. and Drive. The Wif- .
A4Jf, Swart e.l'110 Is chairman of the general will ulsa he held this SuivdtlV. minister
Will Sacrifice .- eqariMa southern! Methodist Churches.: I "board of education anj the/ I' ham I, Arm. Sunday school classes .
r"., Several years ap Kev. Knight led relation committee of the Mar- Pastor's olfice houR are held are held it V:30: () a.m.

200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE 'in the oraaniwny of the Stuart South Conference, and a member!" I each Wednesday: afternoon from I 1 he subject of l)r. Arm's sermonon
"Service Means So 11l uc13" Southern Methodist Church. Recently of the executive" committee of tot 10). 'the. pastor may he seen ul !Nov M will be "Religion" and
he has organised a new ienernl Conferenoe. other times hy IIrrUlnlnlltnl. he Public Schools"
I 'M'ulherlMOI"'I' Church I In Hi has three children: Joyce Pruver service and Bible I study
With Seawall LOCKHART REALTYSEWALLS Sanford and. presently he i is sup nineteen; (iale, seventeen and I Is held each Wednesday night: he- INDIsN:\ RIPER:
I pling it on Sontliiv ninhts. Jack liftern.' The "Knight( resideat ginning at 7 45. 1 he pastor Is UNI \RI\N IIUOWSHIPIh

Property has depth of 484 ft. POINT AT 7-1777 Rev Knight wan editor of The llorsckhoe Point in Port Salerno book presently giving lectures on the Indian River Unitarian Fel-
of I
irwxhip' meets Sunday at I 11 l lam
Within City Limits of Stuart II' noi. I St. Manj'sWomen services Sunday morning Rev, On Wediwsduy, Nov. II, there in the Fort pierce Beach

__ ___ _____ __ __ _. 0- Watkins will hove an the topic of will he I fellowship supper at the Community Center 742;! !Seaway
his ''k'rnhl"Plulm of Seven W 'I1. I church: All are Invited to aliens: l>rlve. Minister U Dr. William /
den." At the evening service ut and bring., favorite dishes Arms,

Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage 3 BEDROOM HOME to 7:45: he "will speak) on c xl's faith, Dr.[ Arms' subject: on Nov 8
I Man. Sunday school begin ulV:45 ALL SMN1V msCOPAt.Jriiwn will 'he "Religion and the Puhlie

Beautiful Lawns, Trees and ShrubsSee 2300 III. ft of living are. 2 bulb. Exlni: room could .be used Hold Meet Sunday: I a.m.evening and Iralnnta at bill'; )Union. There 1 each are Beach. School" A :(,.iesurlun i nen.vl will i

fur a 4th bedroom. Located. nice residential area Price duvses and gmtips for all .-. Thursday Nov. 5. Of the Oc follow the lemn n. Ihe. congregation :

$21,500.! Iw down p vnie,l.RETIREMENT. ,II M"Lucien Wolcotl of Orlando A "Spiferinktum" for the Interniediiitts ag tuve. Com. St. Hl/aholh, Mother i II .invited. to ;join tit the Jiscussion. -

Your Broker or Phone Owner will be the guest sneaker ( and Young People' will of St. John lluptisi: ,10 nlily
HOME at the Fpiscopal Churchwomen of be held SunJwv evening immediately Communion the Lord. Intention' tJK'II'IIfollow.; in. RIIWFSIFK: tJ111FRtN
SI. Mary'f Thursday following the worship servkeMonday
2 bedroom frame, rime to town location only $3,300.00 lAW Now li Mr*.ti"J'ofc. ,,t I Is :missions sftrrmxm( Hi : ) Ing.I 11.I. Worship rvlces are held every
AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232 down payment. and supply secretary of the Junky (tins AuMliury;:: 1:1)SI: : I nJay, Nov h. Of the Octave: Sunday mtiming at Redeemer

Fpiscopal" C''hll hworllen, of the beams will meet III the/ church. i (6 a.m.. I Holy Comnumion. I Intcn Church Fast Ocean Iktulexiird. at
tt (190) FOR RENTWaterfront Diocese of South Florida Tuesday morning at 10:30( Mrs lion: ".','r the Vestry and People I o'clock; and awin' at I 10 10. with

The meeting will begin al 10:30: I'll.i Dredge;. ; will be hoMes to the of, this Perish"Saturday, Nov. 7, Octave. of All Ilihle, clas and Sunday, school at
9H I
home on I tear'* ko_. 2 brdrmintke furnished I a.m. in the cloister. There will IK-ily Mills Clrile! in the church Siiinls 7 I"' Holy CiMtimunion. : a.m.,
1 hie Is the Lilt"can be
I 1111. seen
be a Corporate Communion fellowship Bong sandwk'hes .
$150.00 per IIIOIt''''. service Intention: "Iho Church In fiermany
OUR BEST: BUY each .
the Ta lor Circle will : Sundav ntornlng al 9 a.m.on
I !in the church: at 10 a.m. A lay > meet :" V a.m.. hake sale, Jensen. Channel 4. "the! I uthcranHour. ,
luiKheMi, jnJwtIf; Qt.tot". Wo- luesduy afwrrumn at ZJO: lit the Brach Iliink. HfMiemesi: Mrs. A. "
700 ft. U. S. Highway-Frontage : the I Intcrnulnwul Radio
htMne of Mrs. t'valona linker. The
con Will follow the .
TAYLORASHLEYREAL meeting.Wednesday Brewer and Mrs. I. Kuellus. I 10
Mimkn ot
\Las Amiga Circle will have acovered \ Bringing., C'hrlsl to the
North Stuart FIRST 111'11 r dish supper meeting at I sum. children' Inquirers! class. 3A NatitNt, with IJr. Oswald Holf
Nuert the church lowship| Hull. Tuesday p.m; Sacrament of Penance. man, can .be heard each Sunday
A ''',. The Sunday, Nov. M, octave Day of evening at 7:13: over WSTU
ONLY $16.00 front ft. ONLY evening m IXibherly
per 1 ESTATE evening' at 7:30: the Circle; will mild at I at the home All Saint! Holy Communion 7:30: ,I Tuesday' evewitg each week! the"
church monthly human meetingwill of I member. 9 and II I a.m.; 9 a.m., church: poor's adult Bible,, dais i I. held
Terms he hdd'L'"u..e""y- ) school.. a I 7\(1
Jim Whitehcad Associate i __ prayer The mf'-ittediiile' flirt Ausili- : ; Wednesday evening Sunday
Father nester will he on mornIng '
service: and Chancel Char rehear school: leadership .
First Time Offered 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440 sal. Important" rrconimendatkins wry will meet ..l the, church Tuesday devotion during the week of t'class al M training
will i 1 be brought from :the deacons aflermMwi at V.U) Ihe Cherub Nov., 9-14, at 7:4J: a.m. over Nut Sunday evening at 7 10
11(.5 tUftl and Carol Choir* will rehearse ithe
concerning plans' for the W1IU.'lutsday. and 8
OUR BEST BUY I. near Monday at p.m. loyally
--- -- -- future. church fur'day aflermnm at I Nov. 10:1:: am., .Holy, Night will .be hell al Redeemer.An ? .
Friday evening at 7:45: Mr, 110. ('"1111 III"n lel\. Intention: "For Veteran Inferringeature of these
HOW ABOUT nilS FOR ONLY" $8.000 Florida Room l.il.i Redmger will be hostess to the I Living, and Departed." I nights, will, lie i ar.-act: play given
Two' Bedrooms I-'ulll.enltfh Living Room Nke Kitchen M.hl" BoggfM' Sunday SchimlClaw. pm.. All Saint' Guild! meeting, try ,the )young people, entitled '"I hit
Hurricane Awning-Ca Heal-lot 60 s 140-If* CBS loo. \WHAT'S DOING ON weekday Sissies Tuewluy. Hostesses: Mr. Mu Smith soil fuul' "
Rev. Turret II. Watkins will through 1hiirsJ>>y will he at K.V: ) Mr 'cd;,, 3JO: p.m.. children' Ihe church I I. open every day'
COT A BOAT ? ? T WANT A NICE DOCK Thl ak. lead a training 10..10ror ushers t m.. on rrW''''y at SK: a.m. and" Inquires class, H p.m.. adult 'Inquirer 'runt 9 a.m. tw, 1 p.m for meiliiam .
To Bedroom Home has a 60 fL Dork on the Water The next Saturday at the church at ft p.m., and im Saturday at 7.V: ) clats.Wednesday. and prayer.ttR.tr .
Home b centrally heated and alr-condllloaed Oenlar Drive HUTCHINSON ISLAND? I 7t3O p.m. Anyone willing to usher Nov II: register
Patio And many more fine feature for ONLY $23490. Is urged b> attend this training a.m.On Friday, first: Friday period. month Mauve will be at H:1: (> ens.anJ lieach: Women' Deanery North Riser"' .Sh" _
INSTANT LIVING! A sack of groceries i b all you need to At 8V: and I II I o'clock worship at 1JI. m. Confrwiona will_he : meeting
Sunday .
: 9 mornln.
ASK US I III" worship
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be at home kn' this one! Beautiful, big like-new trailer .homeon agao_.", _, 1 gas.I .........,;.. I..,era servket 10 a.m.. Sunday- '
LMin iivitcH or niKivrWednesday
Its own 100 x 100 corner lot.h don't sell trailers, but REAL t.'t'r4'r. OR S\IK 190ewe. (('.gngatlend ,..... ('Py) church school; It a.m.. morning
yon can buy the' lot for $7,500 or "best offer and well throw worship tervlce and" ft 10 p.m.,
One or Our Btttrr iJntbicM Motel Site' 100' n ss w -era sveaa.sananssameslrlaBiea/e
frontage alw.r.maael.auow
on terse
the trailer and a host of extra In for free'! How about that Nov 4: 7:30: ) PM., Senior High. f.lk.\hlp.

ocean (between' brldgnbYY) deep from smear to river : Church council: meet. Cltolr practice Wednesday evenlng -
SFE: Friday. Nov. n; 10 I.".. United at 7:3U.: Senior High
I Ask Us! You /! lie Glad Yon DIJ
$2M.OO per .front font. Cab. or mm. I Churchwomen (I St. Mary's .Fpworal Char practice Sunday evening al
NORTH RIVER SHORES I Church.Sunday ':.'1).
i Nov *: "II a.m., the Cbxle 2 will meet Tuesday. Nov
NORTH RIVER FOREST I ; JJ 011 'el'l'and I service and temirai "Fanh land :It at | p.m. al the home of Slew.I INov.

RIVER RIDGESluarfa We Iat'eislllt.. an twenty different sites Health;" 3:10: p.m., .Senior NighI'cllowthip. M. I). Ibrtman and C'lrcW 3 on
i I Nlh)< Waterfront Communitle'ARBOGAST, Company sponnslbJihn." Mr*. Satire r. Hall,. Rio
Leading see us! 900 ColarMf Are, (arrow from 1.. N.il aal Rank) t W "M IIIY. Nov, II: JJO: p.m. ",.In and l Srwres" will have a

AT 7-2500 AT 7-320 AT 7-4121 Junior FflKrwship.' hayride and pk-nic' Saturday. Nov,,
DON tTKILLY: ISOI "'UAM1 I 21. 1hfY I will meet al the church
At lead ofII
one II 6 p.m.
C. B. 1III" I children, I t In peed of some special The Hlirt .ScrMti: << | Fellowship,. .

M. P. NELSON Realtor ... help In learning_lea read.= tame t Adult Family Retreat will be
f.---- -- - ---
I .held. Nov 14-" at Lake Placid.

FIRIT MrmomvrAlwart
REALTOR 325 Est OceM Bookrsrd ftwaw AT '.J!!"

252 EAST OSCEOLA: AVENUE, STUART 7-4Vi40 I Member Multiple IJrthtf. <*>nlce BEAUTIFUL HOMESkyline Wednesday. Nov 4: 3:10: p.m..
!!-* yen I lid SOIL Junior Chair rehearsal. '; 7'30 p.m..
II I Chancel Choir rehearsal.

.. j I Thursday. Nov 5: 9:10: a m..
Penis C'lrcle; meets at Mr*. Bur,
Drive, Jensen! Beach, Ffa. keys I pm.. Wesleyan Service
Guild meets. al Mr, *. LIU Don-
If C. O. RAINEY- torH'I)
e II IIF at.J<
CAN IMJ PURCHASED FOR LESS THAN COST friday Nov 6 '10 ..m. Weiss.en's

Study (croup' meet at old

|F RESIDENTIAL [ I SPECIAL I I SPECIALS I (fSrlPUCi1ON-R'Wured C. a. !S. ... 1Ittr,. "M b |I'*V3. ...... R. me church.Sunday, Non ft: 1:45: a.m..

... u...... 11 'J. 309, I C. AI Roan ImA eat ... rlf.Ukg morning worship" I; 9:43 a.m.. "cof.
fee break All .i'on Invited to
.. BEDROOM CIL'i-I.anW k Hob 1. COCOANLT MRK 2 ... .. ATTRACT VK -Ona* M Rfcrr La k ;in
2 onus. %V4l4 FlANR-F'aywf, P wde' Rwsf RMSNI IMnlng Realm| lied Moest$ u* for coffee and fellowship."

Ielghs-Prkd low at II'OO." for bath, f0 stasianc. brse Unrida roost torn ermaag AlAlA. brge kib Room .Mi. ,.....ty and. I. M* ilwtli H...fl".n Klitbeai ctMiptotHy eke* }l'0 am.. church school: for all age.

..ukk ..... vksg MOM A iJcf...... frictd low at ttOV IJO." pee __ f..4B.4MO' ttkratty en...lifi.<.> L'tfllly Rsmt nc' Co.... and /atkM. i Five adult classed; II I I a.m wor,
200.00 per reM lad< ship II, 'rte for !both service.
SI7.9M.M. C. 79 / 211." per seas (... fIIOl.U IUH>R-Tw. .rre iim Raid. RWM.| rrem4lmi. RBMSMC tare Pt*.e| I; "It I U cull Acne lhal Matter; '

2.UTflfROST3 Mroom, 2 ..,., O. 30 r 2M." per .sues font Nark bbapg Wiser PiM e> **. M..... Rome| Pdb.lime41ah J W //"III'j: l asks'* membership J
A Root-f : class. ( 4. '. ft meet hi
Lone the bully 2. ATTRACTIVE HOMF. *>.hh. rested 4.. E. 2ae" 248.0 sum least
Iltt-IW I ( !Sea W.R -S..dy Brack. y. I.r ..6,00 p.r / rar r-e
pan a4 It Ina for astMssg rspaanbawrrkesl per s..de Youth Choir rehearsal Pleas
-Ibsnmksg srnsgrJ. Prke $32.506. la arR $3'.'". O. G- tMf J7I4 per seas f. 4 )IICAT-IM W*,. ItwrBMMtetiraty. c_(......... M cxi limef tV45: p.m.. Methodist I

2. IJOT KPftlAL alder* Youth Fellowship' meet

ACREAGE IVYIUN 3. L'U1QVAUrY Estate .la Part $ew..I A -2. lm ah asW. dry, lot 1... Monday. Nov 9: 7 a m.. .....n.*

AC'RF.sanr.. Near got cawrs t4. Susrbe ..2% Lee >C IJtrltat. homes. EDWARD MAPP Realtor prayer group meets in sanctuary-
Price. $I II3.i rr am. .... SW. by .......-.. .../, C.(:csR KmrtrrMS ,..... and a.m.finance; commiMkMi meet hi on church stewanhip of-

_._- Phone' 287-0781 Stuart Fla. flee 1 p.m., Ruth Circle meets at
Mr*. Ocean Oottron't home.

$1VART FLORfDA Ameba 1 German aeroplane) manufacturer
tI. Clill
s N'4' Foctke designed. the. first *ucin
r i I CNM bakopeer 1937.

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r wr'"i 01 _
a C{ S T a Bt i{
Prkei RESERVED Good Thru Sat,Nov.7 HAIRDRYER ORIy $899 Giant C ARROW"WhJf or Blu C

Rich 4/o Butterfat t WILIMIT ORDER of MOPS
s-I Only

Superbrand Milk Ii O! NEST EACH i! ORDER r. c

I ,Aaa f<41"'j- "'l Shortening PURE E ((1 Ci S Florida LARGE or Shipped 2 DOZ.I '77

Half Gal, 5 57C Gal. $$1 09 1,,;: 3-lb.&flOO PREMIUM QUALITYBEER

;: DIXIE DARLINGRAISIN CANS Peaches 'J': 5 29-Oz.Cans $00 Cocktail 5 1 16.0 Cans:. $00


BREAD ONLY LOAF 1 19 = .. N ; Pineapple 4 20-Ox.Cons $100 1 Pears 3 29-Or.Cans $1 I 00 I

1 1)) '" ",, ( '00
'"'; T"L PeasTHRIFTY 8 1Cns 1'
'11pI ..
MA' '''''''''' -J WHOU KIRNIl
\ t : ?I ./ CornTHIWTV 8 16-Oz. $-100
,. .. Cons I

-t 712-0i.? $100 I ,
PORTERHOUSE CUBE ,. Free drawings on

T-BONE or SIRLOIN LB. Thurs., Fri., and Sat.

'OF> ROUND, FLANK, IONIUM IHOUIDIR RONIllIf SOAP If you are mini the grocery cart with Iht lucky mini-
her when II b drawn you will Min absolutely free
LB.LB.. U tr. 10 A.M. Bushel 1 of Groceries Viilut $6.00 '
u.l. CNONI U.I. CHOICI IIRIOIN TIP OR A.M. Buihel of Groceries Value $6.00 ;.
< $ 9 WISTIRM WNOU OR im "AU'I 2 P.M.:. Mectrie tma -- -:. Vahie $14.39: .I..R.
CHUCK ROAST 49 RUMP ROAST 1 LOIN 4 P.M. Bushel. of Groceries Value $6.00 ,
LI. Pork ROAST. .LB. 49c FRIDAY _
U.*. CHOICI ROUND IONISHOULDER 1.1 CARVE WIITIRM V 10 A.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00 '

ROAST 69*" RIB I ROAST ll 89 Pork. LOIN Into CHOPS SLICED LB. 59 C 11 12 2 A.M.Noon P.M. ---Bushel Bushel Electric of of P Groceries GroceriesSO cu cup.- Vain Value Value$29.95$6.00.$6.011&lml

PM 4 P.M. Bushel of Groceriesulue $6.00
W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED Spareribs 49c 5 P.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00
U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" D&D QUICK FROZEN LB. 6 P.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00 V
PINK' PIS 7 P.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00
8 PJVI.: = 5,000 IV Stamps ,

1.6, Wieners LI. 39c 10 A.?\!.-- Bushel. lGrocceerke Value $6.00
RKEYS 11 A.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00
12 Noon Wedding Ring Set Value $3995 t
2 P.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00
4 P.M. Bushel of Groceries Value $6.00 \
5 PJVI. Binhel of Groceries Value $6.00 ;
6 PJVI. 5,000 TV"Sumps :

2-Lb. .':" dVJyumUlltlmtlMl :,

I yq'7' Cottage Cheese Cup Agc ; ': ..",,v 100 EXTRA FREE a.i .
j P Chdr Wltk Tkli Ciipie M PvrekiM or I '
a' I .
ti.. NII. i t.1
a (/;/ 100 Extra Stamps 15 .
T Ator MM Ttfc
J ) Cheese Spread x %Ytl Clip This Coupon cur THII COUPON !I


r + v, .cur 49 .i.--1:: 5M 11-01.Size'EMUPl $199.i ,

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Gallon I -'

S I C e ere a m Only ;

THRIFTY. MAt Ri* 2-lB. 20.0.. Q 00 :.
Ift-Oi. $100 Potatoes 3 lAOS $100 Fruit Pies 3 PIES f'
EXTRA .FREE Cherries 6
Cons I IAITOR f1 .
..Cups M furtlms 01 MUNIJuice CALIFORNIA VINE Riff .. \. r:
1100 .Men".... Aur...MiwHt. 3 T, rr :
Aid......PV.Id Q"- "" '
... "ANM P ;10

!, .w.w.M.IM'\IlMlllUlt(\ TMRIfrTPotatoes MAID TOMATO 5 CLUE 24 $1 1 TOMATOES 0 0 E 2 IBS.MR 39 4",,;"s .

( tWIUUN ;
Sauce 12c CaAu shoo 1 y
l TOP VALUE STAMPS THRIFTY MAI Lettuce ... 39c Apples 13 $1 1 00 '
With nil CHIII M rsrckHi Of
\ ON COP lll, .4 I..t w Torkr T'm'toesS'c Can0." TTHRIFTY "& "
I wMU, --.y. f.ih.. ......T 11.71 "|IAMCT tWfJTPotatoes UUM DINED IAAAIN e $
ct'It"'C"o""N m MAID TOMATO
.\ Juice 4 .6-0.. $ 00 3 u.. 39c .Potatoes 10 u, 69c
t' ;\\.iII\,\ .. Cane --


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Two Faced With Stuart Chamber Drive: THE SWART (fflorlda) NEWS Thursday, November 5, 19(4 1-C

br/s' School Escapees Are
Scooter Dennis A. Kendall, was released
Driving Charges Roy on from Martin Memorial Hospital
Deep Sea Trip Will Struck AutoA
by I
after being treated for bruises and
ught Here With Plunder ]. B Webb of Stuart was charged I ftftoen Jensen Beach scratches His scooter was reported .
with careless driving after the I II struck by a car driven by John I i
I station wagon hi was driving struck i I Be the PrizeA buy was slightly injured| at 6,11: H W. Pape, .verlt-nllle. or. ) ''1t:
ths who escaped from mg at a home on Linden Lane. Bawl on Loop Rood telephone poll on South Dixie Major pm Thursday when the motor Salerno as ho was making tin
hobee School for Boys A shotgun valued at $70 and The boys were traced throughan I now WoM Jwcond Street shortly scooter on which ho was riding turn into Coral! Reef Motel! ,"a
ree weeks ago are i in thirty-eight books of trading abandoned automobile foundin I after 9pm. Saturday wa struck by an auto I River Drive.
road It I According Patrotaion day deep wit fishing charter: is expected: : to provide I them
Bounty jail charged with Mumps were taken from the homeof a ditch on a country to Hilly '
its of breaking and enter- R. M. Thaxton, Palm City. The bad been stolen by them in Miami. !Chase and Merle Widener. Water I will be lop priM in this year with incentive to remind their "
residences. Thaxtons were away from homeat Deputies who worked on this lost control of his vehicle: while competition to enlM members in. husbands to sign up for team asaignment For a delightfully
I Stuart Chamber of Commerce: according I to work the three -
the theft traveling east.James
'* are Ladas Arestedes the time of The gun case! aro Gerald Brown Slater
I to Ray Cooke president day campaign: next week
ol Miami and Frank Km- was recovered. I Grove and James Holt Wilbur Cbambloy. Jr. of unusual interlude
Fort Pierce was charged by Pa The two high point worker and The drive will be luunchcd witha
ge enters, of Palm City. Theyrrested One of the boys had $66 in cashon 1
trolman Frank licmba with their wives will bo guests for tdavs kick-off coffee al the I Iks I edge
by sheriffs deputies his person which he admitted The Communist party was declared careless in a busy day. Stop '
aboard the "BIIN"v.lih
o i p.m. Thursday while visit. taking from the home of Arpud 1 illegal in Argentina!in 1936 driving after his car had struck charter: at 9 a.m. Tuesday Nov ID 4itd"
another driven by Nathaniel 'f ram- Captain Bill TOOLDinner conclude with a steuk and be,ins "",, '
el, also. of Fort Pierce at 625: I for two at Frances Lang I dinner at the same locution when for lunch or tea. ..:;. ; ,''''/' '; _.'_ ,
a.m. Monday. ford Outrigger Restaurant a n fifteen winners will eat steak and!
HOSPITALIZATION PLAN Zicmba report Mated that arrangement of mums for the ; fifteen losers: will eat bums! all TEA ROOM NOW OPEN
Chamblcy was cleaning his windshield lady of his choice: and gilt ccrtifi: guests of O C. Jerry( ) Smith '
[1 GUARANTEED RENEWABLE FOR UFEORLD WIDF COVERAGE arid! did not see the Tramel rates' worth cast: at member stores Campaign Chairman Bill Brit 10 SERVING.... LUNCH!AND :MMXIOiml .! 1'. I'raMCtd
l. NO AGE LIMIT \ROLIMUST: : : "NOW OPEN: car: in time to prevent kinking it will go to workers producing high ton and Team (Captain Mike LOSSO r...,.:.MoNOnrluei"I' a........."
Si [ PAYS !MEDICAL DRS, OSTEOPATH AND NATIONAL: HOME LIFE in the rear on Stale Road 76 !scores Greene and! Bob McRoKrls will The Aristocrat
CHIROPRACTORS ASSURANCE! COMPANY \\e thought it only fitting fora meet later this week to draft! leant

NON FLORIDV RESIDENTS ACCEPTED FORM CRP 63 Outboard Marine Chamber of Commerce: lo give assignments and map their content Ora"..GIFT A....WITH THIt Vail.UONAL'1.,is 101/1"/'I'.1ens .,. .., ,Ii I
awards I indicative! of the areas at strategy
VCKS ER Sales Increased tractions" Cooke Muted! .
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11850 ..... $235 MONTH 66 $510 MONTH Outboard Marine Corporation Announcement of prites I in
helleby! Ralph bvmruclc an. which the wives will participate Fish Fry for
AGES UNDER nouncrd: thu us !sales for the fiscal ALMOST' EVERY IAMILYNU1XS
F51-65 ... $375 MONTH I IS ... .. $100 !MONTH I rear ended Sept 30 1964 totaled I NAVE
$170011325, art increase Max L. TuckerIs Youth Funds' : A BRAND NEW SO 61UCH
fSN 11-564 Please. Furnish Me Free Information of $16955328. or I III per cent MORE POWERTRACTOR

Name ................. .. ........ ............ Age....- lover I the 1V61 level while IVM fish
Florida Health Agency AddrcM .... .. .. .... ........ ... earning* of $H.053.395, or $I.(): EnumeratorIn Mann A as i chef: fry,,will featuring be held Johnny from

P. O Box 292, Lake Worth, Florida City _. SlaK..... .. ...." per from share lust were eart 56,272,648 up 2H.4 per, or cent: HI)+ 4 to 8 pm. Iriduy Nov h, on
) I Farm Census the grounds of Stuart Youth C eater Hik new AluM-Chulmrrs& B-19 f A
cents per share oo
-- --- ---------- traitor h
,, --- : a real' tractor. You
I II. Man L. Tucker has been appointed "All you ran: eat fur a \buck
enumerator in Martin I is the slogan of the Stuart Junior run mow, mulch leave' plow

County for the 1964 Census of Conservation Club which is sponsoring dIsk.. mid III! a garden. lab of
Agriculture,, the event to raise! funds lot THE
Enumerators are key woikers in its turtle.egg-hatching protect I other John |tux Como and see
an agricultural: census It is theenumerators equipment drive for the Pioneer j NEW
Occupational Center for the Handicapped
to locale
I. and of ll'e offer 810SALES
: every farm within the county project aiding expert
determine if the operator of the tho Audubon! Sea Island! Refuge
rNY farm has anlw.m'all! questions Mullet hu puppies, coleslaw,
on a questionnaire that will b emailed coffee and cake art_ooi. the menu & SERVICE
lo the farmer by tho Census
Wo .UM and sell only GENUINE: KACURY PARIS
Bureau help the farmer complete
any unanswered questions on
the form, check answers for accuracy WAREHOUSE I A..hmli A.... t.
and deliver the form to the MOWIRSAlllSCHALMrM All MVKh MOWFRS:
Census Bureau.A .
s Storage by the MO ON Ml)WSMVANDMAN "
Cenus of Agriculture is taken BACKIEL
every five years m tho years ending I AWN SOY
in "4" and! "9" to gather needed Day Week MODiafl Toot.4aODIaENGINL9 '
up'to-date information on the Month Year : ; ENGINE SALES

t'' nation't agricultural resources and sanest a ITUTTOH 3361 I !S. ltd. ll.y. (DA 1)) 4642664Oppoidto
r ariJMprrd production Such information la USED FURNirURE AAPPLIANl"t.41 ALLOY t'HAi Maaa
vital In decisions I AWM SOY r..n
: u
.l many segments of the U. S. economy : GATE CLIntoN i Ku FORT 1 I PIERCE
Data gathered include the I
number and size of farm,
acre: ------
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Next WednesdayNOVEMBER age and harvest of crops: livestock .n
I inventory. information on farm
equipment( and Improvements
Farm products sold and on sonic jo
production eipcndiiures Information
f 11 also will be collected on use \ rt
of fertilizers, insecticides: and herb- hi,
icides.T o t II It'l 1.'.

r he enumerators will j he traiivd l

... ., is ..,... ,. 1 1:01.I': iiMi* special lIciRL'to tour! -day prepare hone study them

for the farm cenaus

errtNeVETERANS "It t lam i
Two to Hospital '

After Train Hit L.

I I Next Wednesday Is Veterans Day. Thc one Stalled AutoTwo Now That You :. i

day each year we set aside to honor those .
Two : laborers from Indianlown

brave souls who answered our country'salann allcrnnon were Injured when last a car Wednesday in Have Started

which they were riding was struck X w
I E in time of need. All contributed, work. .,y a freight tram on the Seaboard"
Railroad at Slag. Road 76 near
",.mss cd, fought and suffered. Many made the ndianlown[ a Savings

1 Tlw injured! men are KkktrdoGuerrero
supreme sacrifice. It is small comfort twenty-four, and Cornclui .
+ Dial, tweniy-ono of Indian- 4

es to those who lost loved ones, yet during this periodof town.and lacerations.Dial suffered Both a broken men were arm 41i Plan Wouldn'tit :'

reported In satisfactory condition ,
strife tremendous strides made
were the neil day by a spokesman" at

in the field of medicine and treatment. Martin Memorial Ho pital. A third! Be Nice I
1' occupant: of the car, Victor: finer r 1 G
I '
1 I
.n rero fifty-two, was not Injured.Ihaz a
Many new drugs and applications evolved which o
: 1 driver of the car, had

,, today provide relief of suffering to slopped the crossing.: for the Ho flasher then started signal the at if You Had !

car and proceeded to cross ahead
untold millions. We, in our business are of the approaching tram when the ,
car stalled!. Guerrero jumped tosafety
particularly aware of this. The other Iwo men attempted LI Done So YearsAgo r
lo push the car off t h o rt
track, 1h tram struck the roar
of the cur and threw the men
about fifteen feet cleat vt mho ,

lIaln.Deputy Sheriff Frank Prevail Y_ rl!

PROMPT DEPENDABLE investigated I h e accident:: which I, 1 L
j occurred at about 4;I U p.m.I J j t '

I Ugh Point Asks ? .r i11 Orr.T t


Application has beta nude to

I the Drpaftmcrrt of the Array by __
Taint Beach Company, c/o SUI.
ford A Brock* Stuart for a permit .
I to construct bulkheads" to
dredj IIId fill and to comtruct
AND RENTAL a bridge, to lochs Rjvcr, westerly
shot. at ppucanl'i property
High Point SuWiviMoo, on HighPoint 01
1I Rout north of the southern .. '
HOSPITAL BEDS WIII21O CHAIRS :lip of Scwslls. Poust U Iho Townfewails I'ldl Soon
o/ Ptotntll us 411 -/0

s proposed U>(liD in on breguUrthjpod .
I : by a bulkbosML' ably 400 ', RArc
b* 450 bet .Uo and. I4UI feet ANNUM'
ewig( between the Morin County 4118 rnnucrumD .ru.s.
bulkhead. boo and. a point about .
I IOO fccc offshore from applicant.
bighwsicr ahol. lNl. Drcefgiag la
a depth of sis feet below mean sea
SHOP kmf would' .bs performed along
the easterly ....*itj and south'" J. 1 South Colorado Avenue: & \
Y I rely sides ot fid a/oa Tho dredged
Lois Pharmacist I IllAlcI1lllW be. d.posaad brats Open Dally 9 a.tn.lo 3 J>.m.
\ NkrolJolRt.. I
the bullhead am and on applicant /
I 't upland property" Ilnnedrate. Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. .
J 4, m hr easterly at High fuuu ROM! a.dshorowaril .....

622 COLORADO AVK. STUART of propowil bulkhead {1.05W 1UVROAYS 'i'' .<
In bo comtructal aloof applicant \
in t bigr..>w.Id' ..,11.....
Phone 281.J.U3 A small brilgo would .bo, eonstrvctwi I
MM the wnhvosl. end
o< MI arM to cooooct to dM ..*.. '
I Ism.; .w.u.rI1oRJD"SaiII13n/ Ctf ///fl// o///w JJ'o ridf"o /

or '.". 7'.J ;', .

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The population of France t "

THE STUART' FU.) NEWS Thumb*. November 5, 1964 I WEDNTfrDAY-Caltlalwd: So\It.1lD\-Goadnue4'rIr Fall Brings Nostalgic MemorM' I.S.. ceM to aa estimated a09Qooo ,

1 lea ...... ..... during I9M.

COMPLETE PROGRAMS I I 1V.. ,.... Ra ;. He Taste Some Real ESTO'IIJIWJ>>

-r .-. f .....) .. ..... 150I $5,550.55. e ., er 10.1k.r5". Longs to ,
I 11II..: -......... ... IM.ul WI'I'OJI! .. ...... -... .. __ II US-4.I..1/M 445.. 10101111. Spies Hnlls,...d PIli....
.. I
c: 1W \. 15.IIt-t.UI.o. ....... ... .. II N 5., ; Ilttu.r, s_.. fro
II> ) .. .
... .. .. fi"1Z
... U-WllAT. W..i r... .... wi'y. he ... I ITI-: I lb.. salsa
tA.a.r..) 5.0..h...,, Hi M*""4 Motto.: 1llM .RM -10ih. TS.t Bose.ll.1IeSt.1. Farm-made Apple Butter AgainBy WOOlS LN4gi0

WEDNESDAY 1* ......,... 'ThRvlurn of Ortobfge 1. I. II Mwr11reIIf (T .

-* TOWcot .*. '....? CUM .. -
MOV. 4 w.j :f"" 4 Ir.: .. OIARIXY STOOKEYNew Going black many years 1 recall ed. and the cooking continuedover I IJIow"
!!. II I.... I ..... fire with constant
M .i.f i;t:11: 1551..5 1 has-a 4a.. wl that! we made ktveral batches of a
(BOOM ** .... ouottBUI l tC- apply. now on the mark apple boner each fall m the big stirring

.I ,* On>l. .til QMO-.I., - - S .. =...." rwctndy reminded me tot it w copper: kettle over an open wood 'I Knowing" when it was done was

-0o- *lkxK. ,...i4ri hi J.M.I4i .- FRIDAY : time 110 make apple butler in the+ fire. simple. Papa would dip a spoonful

...14 A WU. .. WotMI044 ")". S 1L-r =_ .._ PoIMhI.-.t.. I of the butter from the kettle
,....... n.......' .et The season began with Jona- Yrroull
f.... .f1':. ..-, 15.-1. Mgrs.. thm, carried on through Wineapi I into a _ucer. After standing. a
ew.tl -1' x/r1.. .. I cider seeped
few minutes if no
(... o* MOB*** a..atlS555S55,55 and Yorks. and fifitaned with
M*vl. p. A.la wttla - - -
CHRISTIAN MONO V of the butter
SCIENCE ContinaHIi44 around the
1a.M..l... _br ......" I rrt "a1M SUNDAYfn' the evei-Rccpsiig Bee Daras. from edge

RADIO SERIES 1 ....... tee.,.. h"" ." Teo-4. taI Ow.e... > .s -t lie Mr njit Monoiii We kept a genaroui supply for I it was ready to remove from n aIMU
a-.a. T4lMH Mr .. I- ee..i4 the fire. Jf the .tea. spoonful ..ay.
: U Bof! to clote
our own use. 10
$ 4>t L4MUlJt give o5hlat
I5rRSAhhwq 0\7'' .....K ::
RADIO STATION WSTU x..d ''' Momloe -14-Tl WI : rlhdiv5 and fmmh at Cfcrntmaa. ed put" when the saucer was turned

EAQI MONDAY: 7:15 F3L ..Ew..e10.555 ( .. r AlN M.d..il... :155-It: C.mttr Tli:*. 5110-... 1M. 555.Oeoro_PMr Many gailoajs wen sold to I upside down. it ''WIIara well 1 0 AftgTAflOk11
) mt tkr
$5 lo- :..Hovlflnij A5.k ... 7:55.4: Qua on o.tfll* 3'51-MI ." f foil in town who were rcjubrcoMomers done.

tlo U Co.._....... __ 4ia Wln. >* a Fmroi AhiuMIt UM M. '. N-. year after. year.I Immediately the fire waa raked
:: -o I atavlr -Rio .
4U4 BrorPI. I .
tM awAd T t' am. i rJrtWM4"- the kettle and soon
from under
liO' 4 deliver l
t MokSplrll or W. __l* PI.J .. remember .hdpiog
:: =- W..iat.'pe' ..--.. M1Mrrr $... 11 x.fl.Te.4 4>t Aaottwr W_ various members of the family
of the rim we sold. It was
....... 14.11 C-5.nI IIIta! some
It =
..t5- ...... WMIMI.Ultl Mr
4 I R.St laded the new batch and made
H. .. .-. _M ArrSq..R. SB-I )1- put into crockery galton
i-"Jt.t&Sl.' ttTTIMII ai40-I sea of Nhtktt1 :which comments of approval When fairly Ibus
*., 5. t t-. V.. Ont av talc jars over Mama had tied $* 5.11.,1
can $n ?CSK 'rM-4. ..... ........ w...... 1.ono TMOS ... 14-11 Tk* row Mcrrtrornrt a jkieee of budtr chment. It cool k was ladled into the stone
.-. ...... nrs2Bo.U. :00-1 .
.-. -4 fco* WKf CnkH I. ..0.... .....11 Ie 1114. 11"-" S $.... I: Mvel B..a 4u..ato I was quite a lawk I for a sag boy jars, capped with butler parchment CHANNE"IASTEB/
,-Hmt B..Ur BrteklorTioo : i r ....... I to one of those slippery jars and removed to the cellar.
::.14b1.a"iwZ carry ;
l.-la T.hrAC.5
MS.' 14 MM'! riow h Dhl4It
I .4 OMik VtOn ttrt .... i > 't h.a.n. from the or storm I I f Some of our first sales were
overcome I* *. WMIWr. -s. ......... If x._ 4:-t Clmi Bor MIl, _;.;.... buggy into the customer's kitchen i j t made at a dollar a gallon which
t Tk* u-._ 14 Coio.I l C
.10-4 BMb.BrMW, >nni .
tt W14J Ju_ *.**.. Tkte" to to* LIT >. .l. Papa managed to c carry: two at al i 118 those days was a handsome
rail f1.IWI
'..1.I." .. w.d. : :-. 'fees. *..... 4.1 time : price. although in one year when "GoldenCross
when but I
my fear? 755-4 Ik*Th.srrWu&, Iy.:OolOTl .....1b.5.-M..u.4rahl.-. $....-...... c...,.... It Mr.kr PuAxorinaIt Uw 45W W t M.1Al.hh .... ,.,....... reached that ntcniory.slag e of ability.never I.I apples were scarce it brought $2 II

11--14-11 .A4-' o ioio. of v.* .404i4.it .. ..... 4.14-4 .Tko. Botfot a- 15.11 A55.s JI.-...... Apple butter making began aft I a gallon. In one year when apples Fire"
It a... arktia-M... !
._ r T.La..13 1 4.4 n. $__ .I.55-5. Km.k for T.**. 55-4 Mw er die apples had been gathered were plentiful we made about 100

TTJETRUni ,..,, D.S. e I. ................. TIoH.... 'OMB' tie S Tk* n_....* 13u Lft.ooq TL.l554 w--. and were safely in pile m the gallons by the method I've des Installing a powerful Golden
see.-.nab lrY i. ....., f BoitMM rM4It
IN THIS Dk'sk t. T Movl.. I... "M. .ri4 Pi Kttl at th* ..! WU.WS .. ABC". Pin shade of the giant elm trees in cribed. Cross Fire is actually like moving .
1-' 4 1Ir" M Pal, '.. -t <*nW Mini. s0..d The yield from four bushels
IS 5.4, .. 1'.... the yard on the north side of the
OlEATEOOr ..: 11Ic....,- It .!. In.a-1 Loo9 VV Sir 555 .. your TV set mile nearer tile
....u ,.-- *Ma.y1ro.? *IM| t rank rw TW .. 1t Tb.mr, W.b.r ...... house, where they remained until of apples and a barrel of cider
CAN DISSOLVE ..--.. f..s a..* a*.. T aua early November. Jonathans was ten to twelve gallons of the station. You'll see sharper, clearer
I..r.-= It J> =IIat" WoT4kl. BOOTJWOT4 .. los-. W..._. were all
eawt.T channels.WilcoxHardyTV
I .
,.'t""l., &r ..........t "" ... D501.4 15u'i ..., N.... .110... in one pile. Winesap in another deep" brown thick tasty spread, pictures on
IT FOR YOU .._.1.1.1. Ii._.._.. W........ ,...... '!%- _n. _o I -. __ u. .d 1M. .14 Movl. Ms. -Hick filrr. Yorks in a third and to on. Fruit the like of which I haven't tasted

Few cm TB1Ih-yor a* Ilwups'II IP-aut.. "o.uo __- B.1141", 555"...".-.. rIP W Jin.IMf wbdISe..wa.n; It PU tort I K>tntiio which had fallen dung mckmtwas in thirty-five. years.

( wllk JokMV -it
14.11 1.l.ad's It COMMIX
for cider.
132 *
find yourself aanucd. safe tamer /w--t OMoor frto Due. Ii rrtr Fte .-,,-I. I.*o.. ....-, P0rt4' One-third of Canada's Zenith CE Dealer
.... Having barrel of cider made foreign
14 M* 4> 'lot. Plea' Bwoy Har foitr, It I 5.10 a
COWOftRdlrifh aww courage tt ......., Tkwio Itil/it/ 0-oWk Hick. .10..1 Tr.55q T551 was the first in the gloriousfall trade moves on the St. Lawrence\ Phone AT 7.3242
14 ,......_ ...... TkTt ... step
Jorrad- -It 140-. Tfc* ....... If. 555-4 w._ River.
to 707
go fern pooder 44'-U Mart 14 trm*+ 'wnk,* H. rit 5.0.4 N._ adventure of apple butter mak- lenses Brach
with - iNl1Srbbt rsr.tlltM ..... Clew I R..tlry-Brteklf. .. This
at w 10.5l.aa *
B* ,tDiprqadicrd.recep- ..... ing. meant a trip by wagon
TIIUJSDAYo PoniM I .*Mt ,,._r T l.... WMkTIt
teeoo tc lie ttvth COB- I. T#. a toilliMit roooki A.. ...."P CWrr.* (bier by Model T truck to Marxer
% a JiMkou 14 .- r.r .- .:- s.-w5.r a-_ Brothers cider
Ps.1 at Milh dt.
tiled U this grtt ..... 1.45.1. TAM .... Ud _' a.,5... oil k4-M..5-555.. .. 55.55. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY
....... ..... seven miles from the farm. Usual
Science aid Health with 114-4-4-1.14 N***. .<**.... Boor** II Now*-Boo C:
Key ..... p. 'x510, 5..ptnk It Kw* A/r.... ,iOO-. Unhot HoW ly twenty bmhek of apples made I
to the Scrlptjucs VT ..1-' ___ ..._ II..55Wwl.". 1hHM>ko.r PTWW ,'. .. .-..... ...*.
I355-4 0.1545 "
Ilpyr. .s. w..... ...." : Uk.. M** '...Tip.I. .. ? Marl. "To it..n .nd B.rkJO a fifty-gallon barrel. 01'c kr. Invites you to inspect the title
Jsal/x Ld .nee-4 Mo... -1.--' S-T T......' .... **koa* On*** ) tSiIT 7 -4 T. Tlt tko ,..... As a rule the mil operated only insurancerate
i 14 N".P' Pa.' I Mrictol s. 15-/1 M. I4.lt y..... M .... Bt MB of tk. two day. a 'week, and unless schedules
Yow .nry read or konvw ..,,1 N.5t5r.-1UW lt14tl rtnkou* ItUi4 now in effect.If .
I 1.5'1 y....... w.- ._ 11 11_ M.. t -4 BovtlfeM *0 MooMktoI one of them was Saturday Papa .
Sdmre sad J1akk} .... .1 .. .,55-4 fro Ot loirotaJ4
: 45.-4 MoriRk. - - .- MkMl. rovttall M.hu4o made the trip alone. On occasion
:"rrJ"Pl. ....... -4 Ad Crlffltkl
t MlSpirit ,T 155.1 r1oeI1'W you are financing
charge M Ouittia id- SATURDAYset. l. N TIM for I however. I was your acquisitionof
any : . east Reading "00" The tMOTO 14 CM.p..a'. 0sr. 5.T ASS 15n said.55..:: school and go along. Frequentlywe real estate ask us for a quotation of

book caj>Iw pkvduk isiR4, fl ...4 ..... ...... 75.-14!>.-4 Bottinar 0 ssd Coll. t.. Ok** IS-SI W5dr ... M.1:35I had to wait while a !load of apples the money-saving combination rate cov.
l' .... 5ssr M-r ...... I.
) -- ering policies for both
..,.. .. 5.1 Bi..d. ... ... ..... or maybe two or three loads Policy your title as owner
green or ktw biadinf M $Sand 14 ii >im Com* I Q.ad' :ia-- 0oHo> vtk4 a**-I Molr 1} nvlnrk Hl"hn
4:14--It C.WM. .M r* lo WMMH -.." Mll>. -A: Mote Uf" 1"11 .1.. O-W. ahead of us were pressed. This''. of tnd for your mortgage! lender.
will be ana postpaid .. .IF-l 4i.Hi. e,5-4 C.5dr TM Is rs.4hllp5.P 1555-1 IMi.r. Ps-I. gave me ample opportunity( to seethe No abstract ii required for determination .
It 11_ 5.45.-11 .. r- 5.1 AU.4 515.5555 Tide Insumncem
receipt of chick ar0'eJ .. |4-It-It M..* t7.i.d Ins M.. c..., mill operated and to taste the of title and insurability
by the modern
CII'dcr.Czristian. *n..wi ....... a.S.AI L 4104-4 ..,.1..1..1. ac..... .. ,..-.-. _... f"_ Loti. eider from other orchards.
-.. wsS.IIS Rlo>. CoMUf l.* AiuiflM' Ran --.11 "'.wMlolldo w5.tbr.3p.n. full-time plant operated title insurance .
........ 11'. c... The evening of the day we made i
Science .__ _w.- CT..ncs ... ,. tbr.... 6Y55e.5.1 .. t 1 M'4 ...* PanolIt 11.PIta." .. 'Yk.tMmrO Pr.rrr cider was devoted to peeling and underwriter agency. The delays for
; Cmttr Tk .. the copying of
law & public record into abstractare
w w.kC1 the
.*.-. Antnttonl s.pr5t5..c's It 55555511k.. I cutting apples selected to go
11.EADtKO 1510 4 aur ToowtMk>o. MM. .Cootcry'-P II_-4 J..... (._ .... into the butter. This is where 1shonemy eliminated. Parties and their counsel
._ h8W "- I1 a- ..... I. Ifrn* Mbow ,
1.-u TM ...to_ ...... .. .... ..t5-e C-k&101... 1 104-4 Mth : job was operating the generally within two to four working
\l I moon ai4*>-4 P.5,1' Mans 1,___ (;."a. .,,...,... 155-4 .... T.5.s >. Mo.... -MlirH fII.tnK It was a hand open days know where their transaction stands
I I5M.4 5..ps .. 1-- ... M.- .
1..CC.: I A........ ht" .. 4-1 11 Lurt WIN and.* *>E.* It Kkrktwm' M*.. ated device onto '" helt you impaled titlc-wM on the basis of a firm title Inmrance -

DCHON BUILDING .iM_., Un KtMar* t .. ca.1It iiia-it AH rr. BMMimiiS4 4.4*- It ..... an apple stem-end first: turned binder.
IIS Mr Tkm> "" tb.. M -S O.B. Cllw. ...< ::- -:: the crank and '
U-ESDA-Y- off came the
212 11-
t .... A.N. :: ) '
_n-ltok 4 '-M-It $55'.S. r.TSwwIsleJI in r The insured tTtle'is the only title.
l-lt It IOM ..4 Aoit one continuous ribbon sure
Year Around Hours Monday ,.3 4-...I B.Um of 55..5MI ...... P. T&IMtto Hlth* f.lroj lot'. l0Ms.4
xr Cutting the apples was done n\ ;
HMH14it "14-14 Bull* ally' -
through Saturday 10 ua. to 3 Las-I C- 1 Consult
p.m. Pn. riMo $55-s. .-.-.- 4:44 11 P' .h/,., WoMkMti40 Ip..i my parents and rm I... o aunts.
. -- ".-. ......... I
.15-4 Sul.
I -I s-.tw '
They cut the fruit into eighths,
II I, 1st .... ..... DxHMCvornkt* N M 5.a.. .. Title Security CompanySTUART
M.-4 AJwto 5510 iiO4__., *!.5 5. KfoM Cm..) 10-I* rotVOMlf log careful the be-I I Igjuyers T'tlorVtViJ '

Almost Everyone Listens To I I :.'i:'=.D.y M...... It 14 InoM Mtekwmr. .*4 rtrol A...-* B--4 MaTfT"tkMfc IHt"Altii.ioi Papa was giiterslpissed' ) that "'--.G>...._ FLORIDA

WSTU I ....-T_ ,.... ...._.. ... 'W.., .... never found a hit M core or Sv t-. 271 O
RADIO STATION r S I I: Hss 0.51.ik *t* Color! 155-1 5.5..1 1140_.-a.MD. .***.of..mmI ... ..pl) peel m bia apple. butler If I remember I ........ eola Avenue Telephone

"II B.ff.. bill. ,.. .I....A5.5. Ne.rM.r4. 5, ..*. 'A ....... to Rmmbr".. correctly we prepared P.O. Bot 18S5 ATUntic 7-4JJ2
H.I" eo 1
K.C. ...
: .
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 15415.-4 )*fck UTO MrGraw ,4..e,1 110.555 four buaheb. of frust to he used ruH-Tim. Vx.ln.u,
Mirtht tar
1.7 V.-- Ic.wt' : ...--. II".. -"'...... Count Amer
I 1..11 >UM41atMbjkiy 15 55.544.atI P5.rCooof_ M.,'. ".ill TIle .,..._ A'a. '- with a barn of CI det. I LAWYERS TITLE INSURANCE CORPORATION

10,11'. If Joi.... "... w GaW C.W Early next Papa had RICHMOND.. VIRGINIA
... I momma
10.4 M<.. ',_'.11 .......81 P.M .-- TW C-_ ,
M4 IDAT ..... BATtmBAYl fa"lTPrt.n I 4-1 II S ICobrt 155-4 LoMtO <(ColOt a4: -4 LMO "= a fn going under the big copper..
.IMBIAD 11.13 A.sb (.5 S. bud [.ra Bk* a.45-4 PW.e kettle in the barn lot outside the
I .
% ITTrTi rkoWk 115.4 U. tMI4 V 55.51. P. 1-., APRIL 16 THROUGH DECEMBER I 15
1IWW. UD llttltrBRR a 4o Dn55 b. ._ backward gate. The kettle was full .
5,41 NNW It Loxr* It lo ..* '_-1 JIo_ _.tbq PM1st. .
CLAIM CORaSM 15.11 C5..s1. C.sp, 0.- = .. .
of cider and he
It Mgklllf o. CoM COM was there with "
N.M ***** half ..*. I Nvo* otfk r a r ,
**.>* MIolM.r *t fio n501 11..15 Il.. -.. Tk JotooM fiW...4 Mr rvrom klortlM U MMi: "0.11..1 Id* Coral huge ladle skimawtig oft sediment
1'0 Vtrolk sl rioa.tunkocr e.i: : TIN 4-1 r nrI4.lt M W.n "" IC5.15.11 -.
,.... >ow 4H.p.n. ......... .,- BoMl 041 .C.5aA1ww ..: .rs.5.5."t rw.4:1' CM I III as the heat caused it to rise to
44 4iOfcooal se ..II..... w. ::: : I...: the surface.
.low* .e ... 004 MiM ad.rl __ 1 U.a.e0..1 555.55 11 M...
1355--1 Ikr t.r .tao..-.4 Tk ...... ..- "'..... When the cMer was sufficient !
5 ...... -- M D.115 t BIN I>.. 55.-4 1.- ly clarified several gallons' of it D S
11 .., ..- 14-11 .,.-4.!** 5 555.p.tr.h1ep B.p.S
MOWDAT4iM .-.. ,ATTBDAT' ariDAT 1355u ..- ...... ..i40-4 0, 1.1... .... 14 OsleO were removed to make room l.wthe

1'1110.41'.a. ... .. 535- Mr rPIN.. t-f BOIBMWO -...... .Pa,.. of 1' apples w* .had prepared the
.. 4 .*( of._.. U. ..... n. 14-11 MoTlo. .s-4 _wit*a cr5h.75.1W .

HOT*'* w+:. U oltotta awe 7 M a._I 4..C,5.Cb..s.lilMMO... b ....... P.p.lr5t..4 Ji ...... ..... It BMtos Bow night before. After adding them ,
the fire buM
lOitS BolhrtlaI0io w N 5P 1105 45 Soh I. ......., "- 155.-4 C.554 C- l'ne' niMirit was : up to get the faci'tts'
: N.N.w5: d 1515 IIM 111.- wlSJ l554 Bots'4w.vs 5.1 1IeIIato.- ...ii ., .*>o torr I_ oiling under way rapidly Party
I4MI t, ...
: M
1155 .501 55 t4Mk'' w nil. .. ._ I TOXN"
BIBS 11.551. Jlew. .. ... .,. mt fivoMi It tlirkov rwiol. in the cooking not much Ujmngwas
: : w.t55 e,5' ::= .. .I US II 5.._ '..teeae.w.. Bk...
I 11.w 5. _a.. f_ tlw yiH.** **'**' lS! fjy: r 'TTtikl II ..M.rM law Nee.-4 S5....5 5, u.' necessary but by the time the I. .
n_ M.wa I.. .. 55-/4 BP
tw..5r1. II'* **...*. 1 Isra. S..4.: ,55. ;... 5.5.4 W.. of ... Wo* II n... .... B.'binae.n to5.. apples had been reduced to mushy
11M, N. :::. **** MkI lIi.iIl:. Tmr LhM-W0w.tM w. 5..1"Lase.t
: M* texture and the remainder of the
u: 15e...:551-; ijH ortlo. Co A... .|.. ::. t4.-4 ttw o 4 tk. Bwr* 11'l'i *. 1..12 If.H.0.5...rIULC.LL II..... cider added. tt required constant Half Moon Hotel

use 1155: _NSW. C. 5.10. ,.5 5 45.1.? s.. "*.I .a.wr,.5r siwo44iM 0..45 155.It _4 ........_S..14_ .-....T\I.*... "U.rr.rk $555155- 5.55-4., lM..d fyhttJeM. .... ..... stirring. (
i law: N Mb 5 : Hf 5B'.55555.s.* IM: t.w.stns : 1,11"a I M**** -.54 55.- I.TM155a: That's when Para took over'with I'

::.. : tn..5.M. 55e BM.r.. ........ 35. a .... ... SOS, 14 Tk* tlS..rM50. 3..a..4 the wooden
: kmg-haodled
Mt/' } 5.e. 144-11 NWklomrk Mo. I 4 ta Orr T5,... : MMIB!
IM ".... 5 1&oo7jBW I,55 ....00> ........1 i 05at5W-di a- 4<4.....It Ho.o .... I T. Mir the flat-tottomed Made of ..
1515 Ans5O.55 lb.' .. 4.55 5_. ,.. 1.T rnw.
.. Ts.R5.,. 5555 ti11 I:5. s..4,10 WtS :: =r ........ 14t II Tt.Pb..5.i S. ....... IIONDAYt.r. 11.0-tTb rioM Itacun ..i tk* N rM which scraped at least sit inches
PwIohe of the kettle's bottom at time.
4 4-1S MVMOTT took, Jllr MMr*. i5 :. Ibis. :.r.. ,01.5s = 510..w." 41. .1. ........ IIM--t-LT-11. ,...., W.15..... 5p..ts11.1.t2 as it WM drawn back and a forth

...*> Afmroiooo per, 45. "... 555 H..7 I. l5. 455- .... 5.-
5a1rar X***. Waor fi-rt through the hmiiftg mas SLrt.n
145.1. 4ieI- .S..Mtsl ,
S. 455 11..4 ... .. Sti'ISr..-
lli 4 4 MoTlo.M
: 4.554Gim5u1 a.-- -
e,5 .w \- 5.4 t fr WWir PO4 began about 10 s.m. and 'was not 9qgrA
*.. Wow* 455 5p.s. 4,1a-4 S..rt.l 4roMMr. 1w.s -- Toaickt -k JokMr ConoaI
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.A IM_. O., New. 454 a0.1 "M..4._a. "1d. .ll.Q4ttHMOM 11 t.:.............. I. Utomtof* ki Tr5.w+.* tf 1 ,.... Mhovl finished until about 4pm when
Oil* "fcortoool If..... 158 Mrd .... e55 .... .... .. ....WtoMMWtl ..*.-4 Colkw ., tk* Aolr | : o-14 r .uk Mo. the butter bal cooked down sufficiently
.il. 11_. MolO p_ 1i_ .- o4 Trap 1 a.-4 ... wwun .-| Co>Uo* '" Cli in.. tColorlIt I* Movto..Hunt*of tk. Dorml BV*
lOO Moot COM* Ttoi 15..51 ltv,iok ..... .
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; 110 =- ..... 15.1114: 11.54 i MI's:! a 1 M p..l.. 14-lt a.-es 4r4_14 :*w* k saw 44-It 5.>.. Near die end of the em*ng//' 11
Is. I.aB... Mo .55-4 115.5 BossSI - -
;: JT=. Rasw51 .BO rtoHoo 55.1... ':' ***rk>, N.t55C ...... A_ 1I 1-----WEDNESDAY! period sugar_and_II'm! aud- i ileA
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Pww.s'":'r' .-- ,..4 KOOM rwrty *HIIliBB 15415 CIoooto a saw as. II **.*, Vonto I _

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$55 1,105 0.555 o- WoMk' ** It-..'. ...... .. ..... 515-54 --p "ps-mip ..... .. $
,104 I" MOM ||.4 MnInM t*44> Mov aft KM HUM ,- IA.es.5. 7554.15.
W'" T... Hl..ktttl. w W o.w .,.... I. ...si 1.10 To r SkntMoilo. Color" TVs
505 55L i.h .. I 1'- .. J.'" Gh ... ..>. ,5.-4 _l.r 44 Ur-
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A FREE LECTURE ON t 111.50.... Pi B-*ill>ko* Bps0P I.... :11

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'I 11I_ Pl.d.a5t .14-It COMMOI4il4 I EXTRA NITES
-- -t BM HM10lt 11PERIYIRNANCE : $16.00 PER PERSON
lot ._ ..... 1. 50115. WsMS .....
,. .... ., c5..be 1 MN=- ntOVED SINGLES: $45.50
CHRISTIAN I...-..' Os- ..--. $55

lo-ik tz'ssrjyjsfi.J1Sr*-4 t 10.,1.. .. .,..---.u.- R5?" RCA VICTOR EXTRA NITES: $18.00) PER NITE

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SYLVIA N. ,POLING Phoenix, Arizona Ill-I lot ___-a_... offers aONE.YEAX
t 4S-40..IS 5.11.17.,. Full tropical breakfasts each
...U 4.5 w 5srw -.... I WARRANTY morning. Gour-

Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, 'i 4.p.o. ("\... 1'0.I. is n:-- aa aO parts, including your oobrFxaamvE 'met dinners music, dancing each nite. TransIfers .

Church of Christ Scientist Boston Mass. The .... Bee. ...... 55-l...... C8I ..... pktra* tobcl ( from
The First 1 b MN. 15. .-- SALES A SERVICEFRANK'S Montego Bay Airport to Hotel.

Lecture is entitled, "The Bible, Christian Science, and You.'* 15.13 lobs! 1_ ...b1L5. 555-1 15.11 ta55s'-'5M 555.14II .31.fe1.1 Transfers from Hotel to Montego Bay Air-
mik4 r TIn. Per? ..... ....
M555 rya./ 55.--I ...., 555..5. TV (port. Luxury* accomodations
STUART WOMAN'S CLUB I4OS TOOMMO. KVM4 roM 554. at oceanfront

iai44::t C.MII4A4 lil4ot4 40-4 DM* VM -= saw.- I and APPLIANCES hotel with 42 acres of
U4 4Vt> 4-t khxir Ttw |grounds, 18 hole golf

SUNDAY, NOV. 15th, 3:30 P.M. '-- ..ISIS...4 Mb c_*.*Wpr .... I ........ fir i course. Complimentary Cocktail Party

i .s55 Ia I.u ."".'. .... .......g c...... 1Y one
t UT. of BJkw linS 4 ,.,... nite week. Free
FIRST CHURCH (OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 14 >lVMk *A *04T ,. .....5r. t.hbsaf a of Jamaican Rum asa

{? ,,,, .; .t:. gift Free use of Tennis
S. 1.15. 70555'5 ; Courts, Beach and
i11.1Aa.T. FLOeUDA 114_tt ......* Boat It It 5._ ....
tiia-it Mwfc.. iaJta4 135.-4..7le B55. W.s5.W PYI all hotel recreational facilities.
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THE STUART (forth) NEWS Thiimday, Neeemher 5, 1964 3-C




Heard Drew Pearson ; Saw Friends JJ...M f'" ".........1 Rose P. OiL vorc 'te Salvatore
RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Contincnta Lots 9. 10 and t 11 t.

Warranty Deeds black! 2. Uwl Heights!' {16.100
(Oct. 23 through 30)( ) Ted Tyson to Dickef
ry City Dads at fax in Career l location ContractorCity DfOl'rlrtlllft) \ Amn.ntResidence. Filed in Week\ I Tract Albert 55\Villcke Palm City to W.Farms II. Tilton.$100.,

Property in lot 2. Gertrude Ri-
of Stuart .. cons subdivisKin $8XX()( ).

Review of 'Cop Dogs'Ma A. Ruhnke 417 Martin Avenue Aposiolopoulot" I .. S 1.Uf.O/ ) John D Leslie to Gene I.. Kiv I Gene. T. Dyer lo Kenneth P.FOIer. .
Property In section 17
3m Lot 41, Crossroads I Mill subvlivwion -
L N. Brown 9K HilloreM Avenue None Repairs per 51,5186Herbert ) township 38 S.. range 18 T$100
R. Smith 1601 Bonrta Street None Addition &0 rd 4(1) ) -
Ray Cooke. Vice Mayor sonvillc last weekend. NV Marian James
'Yilliam P. Todt, City Commis. A demonsratK of a groupof C. R. Ashley 1457 Riverside Drive None AiroC\\nJil remodel! 7.'MORtl1l1" \ M I outer I I lot I II I, kto,12, see Got Tax Bills?
sioner Jack Hartman, City Manager police doge at work was staged J. H. Bruner i 29 Bast t Ocean: Boulevard Apostolopoulos" / dct" I.IMK lasso 4. North River Shore subdivision .
Joe Crowder and City Attorney at the ball park Sunday followed Rancho Grande Motel. 645. South federal Highway Aluminum Products Remodel ." 1,1100 MXiO.,
T. T. Ougntcrson attended the by a meeting of the committee A. J. Becker: -- bat Cleveland Avenue Aluminum Products RCillodd .' .' 1,0100 RII1IIIC1It.. liltcn d> WilliamT. In Mails\ From
annual convention of Florida on annexation, of which .,' Ow. lasts 12. M. 14 and the
League of Municipalities at Jack. Crowder n a member. Martin CountyGolden west. I fIfOlt'1( of lot 15, block (a. City and County
Monday morning speakers included Rio St luoe Terrace AdditionNo
Heathcote U. S. Senator Cicorg Smalh- C. D. Warder Gale None Utility buiMinal :200! I 1. $1000.St ( .

ers; Nick Connor presidentelectof Ernest Earnest Hobc So md None Garage 1,5X) ) I.UCM BuiUk'rs. Inc to Charles Some extremely Important/ mailis
NurseriesArchitect the State Senate and E. C- W. T. Wood Rio St Lucie Terrace Jim Friend Bathroom I.KQ) R. Sehad tall 2b. Revised Flat being delivered In Martin County
Rowell speaker-designate of the E. R. Hoverman Lighthouse Point None Residence 9,0(10AJditewn No. 2 of St Lucas Park SI6.NOU. these days. However, Its not like
Designed Landscaping. Slate House of Rerresentatvies Lillian t. Conine My rt al to the mail! one gets" al Christmaslime .
Oriental Design A Specialty The convention broke up into Mrs. GilliaElmer Jensen! Beach Churlos Pur>ta z.om Howard P formic, I.ou 7 and 8, exuding "joy to the world!,
Complete Line of Ornamental small groups Monday afternoon Bieber Skyline Heights. First. Addition None Residence 9.1X81) /block: 0111, Port Salerno Sits). !peace on earth" and good J will toward --
lo discuss various Harry Tompkins Rio St. Lucie Trailer slab 1.10 Development men
Plant Material "lie India phases of city Terrace None Manning I I. Keen to keen -
River Area't Oldeit government such as finances police Niclson and MillerOnebedroom Banyan Terrace Froie Higbce! Residence 9,148)l (ornpuny l.ot 24. block 'I he thousand of piece Of first
Landscape zoning and parking 17 Booker Park. $22,(MM). dim mail recently delivered oren
Nursery! Our 38th Year" Tarn I Columnist! Drew Pearson was frail U. Koynor to Harry R. route to mn- f.tllleWIfr..,
Right: off U.s. 1 nt Llndhley 'the speaker at the Monday evening Tompkins and Ruth M lomn- consist of city and county tax
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone banquet His subject" a. House As Home kin*, his wile, M an estate hy she. hills! Ugh!
HOward 15332. Behind; :the Scenes at the Wh I Styled Larger entirely Lois n, 7 and V, Rio Si, the lily of Stuurt has lent out
House and with Khrushchev" 1 IU4ie Terrace Addition No. I. }.7K8 bills In an el fort to collect

During their stay in Jackson $2.4)0.() affair$18173371 and needed its'to run city
Howard W. Preston Sr. 101 pay on debt Cost
received I The first group of figures ItEAB 11ttW i lames Miller lots 912 and 93), of running the city for the next

HOME LOAN mer Stuart News staffer and Bill in the house number represents t Nock 41, Olympic Plat No 4. fiscal) year is estimated at $117.
307')(1), while the amount due on
the feet of hva- $100
Bishop former administrator" of square I
Martin Memorial Hospital. able area in the house (The Chester C Underhill! to 1 II C general obligation bonds is $64.
TALKS. I other group i. an office number M. fouler. All ("( suctions 10 and 23.IHAnd .
.) According to 10 Kelnbcr 15 and the FV4 of section In, bills on :25.028! pieces of
Unofficial temperatures of 100 .) Consult a local con town Mi S, tangs 17 C. io.io I:! property throughout Martin County
by don herald degrees below zero have been tractor for an estimate of Wallace L. Hicks to I:Fred T: have been mailed., according to the
known on Mt McKinley. building costs. Joss. Uils 19 and 20 block; 0 i, office of Tot Collector: Andrews,
Cleveland Addtion Palm His total hilling amounted to $2
1 to City
_.. .., ...
--'- .
toy moriga 5@ METAL I $100)

loan made i We Are Workers In !Metal By JAN KFIMR: A..N('h\IJI\ :; Hmlger et I al el:l tIt 'Henry block:

IF WE IXNT HAVF IT Home No. 872-149 41, Si. I lucle Intel Farms. $5XX). EAST COAST LUMBER

'a man of.me WE CAN MAKE IT A one-bedroom retirement home Hugo WartmsU to Irwli H. ft -
Warsinskl. lot Jl:and J2, block: CO.
can embody the style" and com I
IX. tioUlen Gate. SI,08k() )!i
oJIJ fort usually associated with much Cecil ")llItt" fouaty's: J'lcII1et)
El! ''D larger homes Salvatore Contlncena tit
C. Klmlii' I lots Jl and 12. Mock Hiiltdrrs Supply"
/ For example take the entrance 9. Rio St Lode subdivision. $6,.
features of Home No 872-149 I
i STUART PLUMBING Here a roof-covered and recessed has a door to close it from the I ---- -, too *

&: METAL WORKS front door opens into a4' by II. foer, has parallel counters; with uw PO CHtw7 I C. W. Scott lo r D ... S4 e ATlutte T-OIJI IIM.. foot foyer or hall (with coat closet the double smke ((5)) under a wide :i role ney. Property in. Mi 41 and 42 287-1611
) leading both to the living room awning type window and the ranee Uke Haven n subdivision" $800)
-- tunw\Y DRIVE
and lo the "bedroom wing-a most (R) and hood to the right The C. W. Skoit to Wyatt P. Childers -

PAINTSHARDWAREAT unusual refinement I n a small opposite counter; includes a storage ,-lYING ROOM Property! in lot 42 Lake __ _.._ .__
home. This foyer is daylighied by I. closet (C't.) the refrigerator blab II Haven. subdivision" $MX()(). h
A home loan J a large jalousie window which provides (RF), and an inch-wide counter CARPORT BEDROOM I ( .."11''' V Soft on a lo Coons,
cross-ventilulion for the living with aiming.window lo the Koch and IXvwiw-y. Inc,, Lot I, 2. ST.1UC11E PUMP
?'7GUV"1\1lF.h room. dining able( (shown dotted 0 n I 2 and 4. block; 1. and lot I I. 23 I

from First ST The 7'''i by 9.foot kitchen which plan). Wall cabinets are shown I o i.Rf and 4, block f jj ---- --- dotted the service door (jaloo.i'l tit Ci 514,0('KM''0.)
Plu..bl" lu........ Monterey Rd, RF.D. 2
a type) provides easy access K F llnrrli lo Dennis I. III 1
Federal of Vero 1/' CUelHul PI.: Cst.;= STUART'S OF STUART car and the utility room It shouldbe lie Jr, Property hI lot. 1 I. block 2. Gould! A P W, Water System'

". ... ."'.... t.i HlKh. Dub. IMIRIOR DI.MGMR noted that (his. Is a front kitchen C G e t7 Manatee fin! subdivision' I ) A Vac-All: Tank I loader
!Skill! pnri.r aM..a. .soon. for the homemaker who like I HALL.BATH :.511S1N.I AT 7023JWC
Beach make
may INDIAN RIVER SALESON a view of the street as she worki KITCHEN
THE DRIVP ONE MILE HO.JKNSFN .. r aSTIMATISt The large living room (17 by LINDSAY WATER c_..... w.... /now

you rich : BLACK: /f 20 feet) is eatendcVisually in two I d7I1 44FRON CONDITIONING8drs9ervke : WHl*>r.DMII.soar ..1..

ii/, : : : directions by sliding glass doors: ," ReNlnh, .a nPIIN.Is' II Zarl.IJSla1NG 1LMawILL.urrcr
toward the watcrtront' or garden j '
I ,, window above it line of the gently sloping shed roof
Yean ago (not no many) people "t .j ,......... and into the 8 by I)-foof<< screened I I with a Jalousie veniiliitHtn, also plastered. and contain electric Complete
and are
were just a> poor (maybe) when FLO6E1NGaY ,...., s.raltACc porch which also ha. a pleasant i offers good light (from the coda for radiant' healing In WATrn coNDtrloniNa' seavtce I
well gardenfor
their mortgage came due as when 1 (;., .., rUIINITUII& outlook As mentioned above, this as storage as access of garden fcxiliIhe addition to this hcul, there art MANY Moon watrl a AVAILAat.L anrliala' j RtPAIRI'
they got it (Maybe" more to, If 287-0344 living room has cross-ventlUtion; exterior of this slab-on- two electric! flour units InstalledIn urICIML I AND COMTRtCTION! :

their mortgaged: was foreclosed) I I MS C. OCKAN IL YO. I I through the large jalousie windowin grade mavonry. << hum reveals the front of the sliding 'I..... 'lOt'S' ALLriHRITLASS. 7ANKS' I
STUARTFLOORING I -- the foyer as well as a windowon shed roof which tares up from hi add shim boat during cold snaps" 'all for IR.r Water llardnew I
But today, a monthly-payment Ihe carport side As an optional
flans for retirement home No
the street ai".nd- allow* for high Test
home loon from First Federal extra, a small nkydome is .
suggcsted ceilings along the garden side (see 872 '149 were drawn hy architect: _
PFPCNM&E I 4.1.3 $II. Set 287-I102
of Vero Beach includes over the dining table lohnnf I
Savings a : picture/ ) Here a 3 fool wide cave hn Kemrr. who i II the author" .1! g.l111Jm
plan for making richer, some a direct ray of sunlight lo florida Homes. Mas-( -
you protects Ihe sliding glass doors' and nwgauoe --- -- -
times almost in opite of yourself WOOD I I"S'L I I the inner end of (he living-dining the screening from the elements rlne available. al Vats Honk Shop ,., /
\ TILE t area 1 he eiierkirs call for stucco: finish. or by mailing SI I lo I KKKV( rifty I I fO\.rUn:
You have money every month VINYL ASBMTOSASrilALT The square bedroom ((11 by I U and the Interiors are plastered second: Street North St. Peters .7 I AUIOIIIIf1YRRIrAIR R. C. LINDSRY:
and easily, because" it becomes feet) has a double window. and ,
-- SERVICEDResldentfal The ceilings, which follow the burg 10 Fla I .
__,.___. roPLUMSINO
door into the screened LacYINUK
fini"he.l.you -- -- LITrain
habitual When
you re RtBBIR: opening -- --- I ,
It CocamercM porch as well as a small aide window ... versos 1118aActtrA;
own your property. Thin is PtRKAYL1WILEUM ....,
often the first real wealth many .. DKCORA1INCPAPUUIANGING PAINTING U ample for waJIp crott-veniiktion, lor bods There and I PSL Thanksgiving Tourney I S I lint IIIAL .

people accumulate And the process Rt Al\ml\G Vufe/y
other furniture Being from

way to teaches other them wealth.thrift and a "Complete Flooring Seas Ire* FjHerhir. .Utoriur room the street for steering.this, should The away be two a 4 quiet.foot j Attracts Scores of Entries I MASONS GARAGE WEIS,

Residential ft Commercial FREE F5TIMATF.1 Closets I (C) have IkIur.to You can !save money on your WORTH PRODt'CfSNICKERSON I bifold doors, for greatest accessibility -, Jeff A(pert, n twtnty-year-oU, moires have already been received" a AT ,.2J... I'I'III I
loan from First Federal because 287.....72 The foot-wide linen pf Miami student, and from I IIS men end< l U .two wont APPLIANCES
closet University .... ,...... ..... PAINT ft
their OIIM| costs and interest rates of the who has en. Including Grace (:wy of At ... I. 5..w4 I
CU) l is bandy to IaothlM'OOOJ/ and one youngsters
and because hunts, the distaff ihampHin I hi:
are reasonable, they bath helped cress a see n-ego Image for 60S cm.OUIKJ
allow you to reduce your total Nights. Sunday, tt Holld)S POST OFT1CE ARCADEAT The S by -fooibsuVoom' .has. the Perry Como Amateur OoH first two years.CMVSIlim 217.1114ADMIRAL
interest costs' by making advancepayments DIAL 287 767 7-2447 the washbasin built, into a Tournament' ', is among the early SAM 1 RHODES
on principal, without. counter with storage f.ormlCl//entries to this& year'* event Ihaois- BARGAIN I ( I I

penalty when you are able -- acaih it The tmkt is tk' : living weekend at the fort St. Your regular classified. .d In construction inc.
Lucas J Hotel and Courtly: Club; Major Appliances
I placed behind the tub( (to that il The. MUlti New, arnunj etJ)mocirculation
....... Ice n. In-.4 .a b .._ RELIABLE may also h. used as a seat at the Alpert. a scratch golfer Irons is reprinted free, In & TELEVISION
Ie .... ,....... ...... ... 1.-. r.._ vanity). The 5.foot tub to pined: Woudhridgc. Conn, finished third the Martini County fret Press Builder

=wwcwrw..M r. iw..l Ywwww.nwN.I .nil .dal tar sryra TANK SERVICE ING away from the window' last year, five stroke 'behind: Jim and mailed.. to t>.<**) postal patrons, I aBenjamin- .
.. Mr Ihm.Copyrighted. Tow 12-foot-wide carport has leweM of South Bend.' Ind.l at thai _.
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P. O. Box il UfO south IMale Stuart, JIurMa
Iflghw/ Moore
( 1964) 2) feel of roof-covered depth Ixne n Mneteeavyeef-aU Univer* Sic presidents died. at twenty" Developer
Precast Mufmllilile-.Stale anal. P.ILA. Tanfca which of ladtaaa l. ..}
Approved mean tact n compact car stay aofihomore s> year InlrrvaU sn (OIL year: HarrwM Paint Wallpaper
WANTA SANITARY TOILETS with a small boat may .be parked ia eapvcieJ 'hack again; lam. year ,I 1140; Lincoln law. Cter

INSTALLATIONS REPAIRS CLEANOUT5 here A 7 by 7-foot utility. room Alpert has rounda .f ":. field IIHO. McKinley IWK); HrdIng SALES: OFPICISpmr
COMFORTABLE t ia back of the carport a 4 handy 71. and 76 for a 297 over Uw 71'1 l 920; Roosevelt in the "..).. PEACH
Ph""' to the garden. Aalw.sie" e dour ,, St. Lucas. 1 I JIlISPN
PALL D. COMRS, Prce.LORENE ) course; al Port
MORTGAGE? Off,. AT 7-2341 I -------- m rK i r: BIIK;.
and thud rounds
fan wet played
sad -. I.. N 1\1" AT 7-0260 L COMBS, SHfTr. on the 47-ysrd Viol layout."' Tops In Dtilgn PAINTor. "
1r -
.- ,_ Hulfctitys AT 7-2341 round 287 1710
hid Mop Lw- the second and fourth an -
win. -::"'S"r r.dw.t N .4 .1 Y ..d.1w..h1..qua I.wh.V. .. I ___ ____ d_ __ __ __ _______ __ _ ilKTltlLArL ; the 7X>lO-y. .r4 Sinner coun I I /
.. _... J.wY.w. i I'hil Baker
... ..- I The sam formal will be Mtowed KINGSIGNS I II OH
for the low handicap golfer* Sake MV.
Phones Ver Bcack %-1373 smmrDI1lID! ] RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL :this year in the third annual Como ",.
KHirnamenl which awns ThMikt !
/ Day and. end the fallowIng .
FIRST FEDERAL Sunday Como. a frequent visor. HIATUS
is esa...J l) he oo hand atPVL I WATER NEMERsTRlffN1i'
SAVINGS LOANASSOCIATION rotors Rewound *t>*r 22 Yecrt Eaaminwe : : all low 'tays fI f ib* u"vra- I II
Home Wiring & Outlets I
ALL WORK I II The fold .has .been l limited Lhdear reel Mm IIOwaH 4-1399
OF Water Pump Repairs GUARANTEEDFret (, lo 20 ewe end 120 .cflld.1__ -1



"en eeel. haws AomooMUCCNSTJ COMMERCIAL
H.' rU4 tOajbway 247-IMI, 27-4170 ,
r... Parkaac MIfOLTt I" A..... .. ED )
t w J daily, eweptteetewlay. 'i : MNDCI> RADIO

<. 12. Open S to 7 'ZS7.YlJl PATIOS I
r.....' e'e.Ml. d>ar al Day CAR PORTS "

s..ria1 I on. "'I. '' SERVICE2S74330
,..... AI.
S.4 TkrJr
awl',. ,pmosneo DOORS ,
Fr.,... tixcnuc 2.8Hendey Res A.1.AGoWn.Cats
ETvTCLOSURES Free Estimates
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THURSDAY NOVEMBER: 5, 1964 Our Horoscope "'.': ; : ;; ,. ,

Published every Thursday it 111 Ea t Ocean Boulevard ', Always Lucky for sxs r, ,' 3 ;i111 C it" p II I tp I n t!.
Smart Martin County Florida I

Entered u second-class mail matter at pout office' at Stuart, Florida Outdoor WritersSTUART ,

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION has always been lucky in furnishing v .

NATIONAL: EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION fun and excitement for visiting fishing

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS writers! The October issue of Outdoor Life

with I.250.000 readers, carried an article on yt" y "' r al N ,
CORDON. LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS, Editor mulfishing by George Hcinold noted saltwater d

at.-_ .. _
'a. | lumiMiliBliMI r. I. LJ---
fishing expert.HEINOLD
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year, two yean

$8.SO. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate) .

Anywhere else In U.S.A., $'.00 per year, two years $9.50, with a friend Enos Bradncr
Six months $2.7j, three months SI.7S.I a newspaper columnist and salmon fisherman
from Seattle, Wash. arrived early to attend
Foreign and Canadian rates on application/
an outdoor writers' convention at Port St

Lucie Country Club They decided that the

wind was blowing too hard to cast for tarpon "

One Thing About America and snook In the North Fork, so they chartered iy"' cnr"iiM/saw 1 "w"pc'yf

Captain Louie Lunns Cartune" and took

off for the Gulf Stream

One thing about America: the country a !sober and character.moulding responsibility ,

always manages to survive in national election to he elected by the voter of the United LET HEINOLD tell U: "The boat was

States to the highest office in this land Men swinging toward some floating weeds our ""? ,
*. i r' ee' wp
of small stature, not necessarily/ named, have skipper had spotted when ZING, the line in s s
After the buttle, regardless the acrimony grown clone to greatness when that responsihility i. the outrigger on Enos' side was jerked out

the npintcd partisanship and the dire was placed on them, not by chance but of Us map Its loose! coils went whistling into rwalWlw
prediction of ruin voiced by both sides, thereis the ballot and
by the sen They straightened out rapidly
united acceptance of the voters' decision
One thing about America: the ingoing disappeared
Well, almost. For a week or two, let's say
to be all right It in a wonderful country .
We work together, are united, andinthe > F ,
of farms! small towns, churches, big "SAID cried the skipper, Grab that rod CONE
face of IU1 threat-we turn an ono
enemy indivisible cities,, small enterprise, big enterprise-and and! strike hard right when: you feel him!"
man, shoulder to shoulder, one people 180.(XX),()XX( () citizens who are pretty generally
differences dissolve.. in the real .
first rate It is I Mill a nation mostly of individualists
pinch. We all belong to one puny when the mostly! of honest men and women, ENOS hounded out of hill fighting chair,

nation is under muck: the United Slates of mostly of human beings who trust in God even lifted the outrigger rod from Its sot; in the

America above government gunwale, and got ready to strike. The mono-

This editorial Will written before the results The Character of the nation Is always/ impressed filament line straightened This in tuilfishmg

of the! election were known. Despite upon those it chooses for its leaders. longest moment-the time when you wonder

the fact that our dateline 1* Thursday our If we will mind our own characters us a whether the fish has swallowed or rejectedthe

paper come off the press at noon Wednes people our leaders will follow suit strip of bonito"SUDDENLY.

day, and the mechanics of weekly newspaper One thing about America: we elect our .

production make it necessary!! for u* to print leader out in the open and the whole world Enos struck-once, twice.

this section containing the editorial page on watches Just a few weeks ago we saw how Before he could strike again, the sailfish

Mondays You will read on Page I about who Russia does" it when Khrushchev was turned leaped, its purple dorsal fin unfurled, its head

won-but back here in Section C we are still into an Unperson! overnight Where is ho shaking wildly. There was at least a yard of

writing "in the dark,"' now? What statements has he made? Hit air between the fork of its tail and (he sea

", Not too much in the dark however-because disappeared abruptly and as completely as It was a beautiful sight .' .. _____...."" ,. .n.".... ............. _.- ------
we have faith in. America. We know that if the earth had swallowed him. HPLL1A1OK M'ORI which draws both kids and grownups way as fast outboard compete in the Indian River Sailboat

whoever i il elected will somehow manage to One thing about America: we operate by THE SAIL was captured in twenty minute u speedboat racing These folks are watching from Jensen Cause- races also attract causeway watchers.

represent the great spirit of this people It Is the ballot, not by coup and plot(. and Enos ordered It released "so someone .
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else can fight, him another day" He receiveda -..
-- -- -- 1t" 11 ..:. 1"t is time for more of the same
Stuart Sailfish Club release button
Keep up the good work Maybe
Letters to the Editor America can get on top in the
Growing Pains at Our Football 1 Field; THE ARTICLE was well illustrated with thoughts of our people I hope so

I photo taken by Heinold. It would make It is frightening to read so much
Financed? 'f' powerful mailing piece for the Chamber of .Ll of the degrading. of our country
How Should a New One 'Be district donate this land to better Poverty well, some folks
Commerce, if reprints are available from Outdoor OCIOPUS CORMR: the to ; I did want you to know how we
'. Life IS illS SUGG KSI: ION the state has curtailed any development still don't have modern plumbing, appreciated your editorial
but the general idea u good for a

The number of small children at the last t tTiaen' system: needs more specialist/ teachers, more Editor Stuart News: As you may know the district few thousand more bureaucratic Mrs Sincerely P. ,L. Ha/elbakcr,
Corner good
"Confusion (a
home game, versus Belle Glade was libraries. more lunchrooms and more many COINCIDENTALLY on the same day designation), has six definite directs, has, through the years, financed jobs As the Wall Street Journal Selma, Ind

so great that It wa I little short tsf f miraculous other things, but if we waited until all these that Heinold and Enos decided that it wa or arms, and a fairly definite seventh its program through the sale of recently said: 'Charily begins at
for successful North Pork casting home" (Oct. IS, 1964, 12.)
that none was hurt in two full hours of milling needs were filled few if any, of the "fl thful", too windy street also, converging at, or real property rather than through page READER-: 1FLLS UIIIRL
Take look also at "The Great
Invasion of eels a
there was an dog-faced on the of district-wide tax
: : around. currently following the Tigers' best season in on, that corner and the railroad levying' Grab"* the October TO RttANh CHAIR
who Manpower in
: : I 'I 1 thought : of Using the; public addressaystem.to five years, will be alive when a new football the upper North Fork and the writers crossing, makes it the eighth/ hazard Therefore any funds obtained Readers Digest.
stayed at the club hud a ball catching snook from the sale of the property in Editor Stuart News:
who did not .
that those is
announce unless workedout
stadium is built, some plan
: S take a seal would be asked to leave' the field," now to provide a hewer stadium tarpon( jacks channel bas- and sea Iran Since the corner has always question would be used to ( llllce And now you have come up- I"read your column-; "RandomThoullhts"
official. "Then I realized reminded me of an octopus with the continuing, activities .of the with another masterpiece of bureaucratic in the Oct 22 Stuart
said one school There One "A Word of News in which mentioned
are two possible approaches district analysis: you
that Could] not all Kit down, adults or THE FORTUNATE invasion of the eels Its eight arms, m 'I designation
they Truth in the Oct 8 News Congratulations beautiful
i ill to expand the seating facilities at tang would he Octopus Corner The benefits that can be realized finding a antique chair
: children; there Just wasn t enough room Field The other-the( big deal-i* to builda and the splendid fishing that accompanied. My only in sending this from the proper developmentof for reprinting it in the that needed a new cane back You
We are not talking/ about a conference- brand new stadium at the sixty-seven' acre them so impressed! Elgin White, State Development communication to your paper as this land are obvious You may Sunday" Free Press, Oct I 11 Your also! mentioned that you did no)
leading team Were talking about our own Commission fishing writer and brief for patriotism by down-grad know of who did recanmg.
: sue of the new Martin County Senior High, you suggested and my first to any be assured of my continued interest anyone
Martin County Tigers who, win or lose or lie School new president of the Florida Outdoor Writers paper or publication, is the hope in the project, and of my desire ing treason should be required If you will take your chair to
: (the record i I. 7-37-2 for the list forty-nix.. Association, that he took photos and news that your publicizing the hazards to see that this property is study for every American. It is the Lion Workshop in West PJIII|

games). still attract good crowd tit home School authorities are understandably reolicent accounts to secure the Outdoor Writers of of that spot will lead to some adeaiiale developed as a public recreational loo easy to slough-off instances!\ Beach, you can have it recaned

game and, on occasions have a* many spectator about pushing for the new stadium, although America convention for I9M at the country solution before some person! facility if at all possible i of treason! as something to be expected by their blind craftsmen at a very

I at sway game as the home team does- they believe it is a far better answer club/ Thanks eelsl! Be sure you returnSTUARTS or persons suffer permanent injuries With every best-wish and warm : today in a country of nearly low cost They recancd a vanit)

: because Martin County is a football county than patching up the old. one, which will or death personal regards! I remain 200000000() people bench for me about two years ago

and Stuart is a football\ city eventually be abandoned They say that it horoscope almost always Yours very truly, Sincerely The Wall Street Journal for Oct. and did a fine Job. Their address)
would lake an additional tax mill. or approximately Pessimist Tom Adams! 16, 1964, has presented! another is: Lions Industries for the Blind!.
: Martin County recently became the lust build stadium favor outdoor writer. When Fred Fletcher forthright contribution for consideration 7810
SI13,11K), to I new Secretary of Suite South Dixie, West Palm
county to have four-laning! of U.S. 1 I. Early which would need no apologies, but that (they of The Dully New New York, first visited AIMS EXPRESSES1LSI1 : : "Thinking It Over," by Beach

I this year, Martin County finally achieved a are not >going> lo levy extra taxes for such here I Will assigned' to lake him sea trout TO SH; PARK C.RIM; INIERNA'I1ONAL'IIIRELT: : Vermont Royster Morality and Sincerely,

modern senior high school with an above-pint- until more fundamental needs are fishing, down around Sewall. Point There ON OCEAN BKAtllMr REMAINS: ethics in government are stressedby Peter J. Roster! ,
sized gym, the hot school in the Suncoust t purposes wasn'I a trout near the Point Desperately citing examples of the opposite North Palm BeachSAYS
J met Hartman Jr. Editor Stuart News:
Ralph :
Conference to reach that standard This fall hunting for fish. lo maintain Stuart reputa In a way, lack of these virtues
did do have indicated, Thank you f,1your letter of Last year, in The Stuart News
If they so they
could well be regarded as form
Junior Parlor where a
Murray Senior- Billathioved equal lion I trolled down to the Sun ,
Oct 26 1VM relative th for 22 1963. wrote
to e Aug you a
they would first place the question of inch a of internal treason You might UNDERSTANDING:
facilities.But all the sea trout In Florida appeared lo be congregated oceanfront the FlorI entitled "The Incredible PolICY -
one-mill levy on .a special ballot piece wish to this article also BETTER IIIAN IIVTL
still Martin County hut the smallest one-year I have never seen them there before I Ilia Inland Navigation District! of Weakening United States'* reprint
football field, with the fewest and worst accommodations How do you feel about I'? The Stuart or since in such numbers owns south of St. Lticie Inlet, This analysis of the fuzzy thinking All (old. Its time to worry a bit Editor Stuart News:

I for miles around 14 serve Mur- News will he glad to publish letters, pro and Although, as !secretary! of state, of the eggheads in policymaking more about what our children There is no weaker argument

I; tin County Tiger Stuart High Jaguars, and con, on the subject Or maybe you can FLETCHER wrote in his column that I am not one of the trustees of the could! well be repeated today and! theirs may be up against one when it uses hate instead of undu

Murray Junior-Senior lions Come up with your own suggestion toward "Stuart'* sea. I root fishing is actually too good; Internal Improvement Fund I ant Nothing has changed The man of these days. standing After reading Carl MartI
Allen F. I
Brewer conclude that create
better stadium aware of the efforts made who told us he would "bury us no one can
Granted that the Martin County school financing a being
tired reeling/ them in. We hated EdenPRAI4jU
arm gel a does not
your perfect when it
J bv the slate to obtain this properly is out, but his successors may not system
that, of course. A proposal( did come beforeme have changed their spots. They include everyone. May both our.

as a member of the Outdoor might even subsequently dig a lit- STAN parties always recognize free entcrprise
KAY TRUILUNGER, a New York re- Recreational Council to leek the tle deeper, Add to (his the virtual Ofr EDirORI\L and the need of welfare

: : : The Smokies Are Changing as Boom porter, almost proved the exception" lo the co-operation of the district in developing and practically unanimous insulting Editor Stuart News: H Bielicki

I rule After a week here Ray was complaining this property It altitude of the Communistic The editorial front your paper
bitterly that he hadn't caught a fish. One of ed. of course. that the district' word! representatives who attended the "A Word of Truth," that appeared QUO fABLE QUOTESOne

: : Inflates Value of Mountain LandsThe our locals, better known for truth than tact, donate the land; to the state for recent meetings m Caro in the Press was I masterpiece must trust the good sense
I; said: How do you expect to catch them in this purpose. Thin proposal received But why worry? Say the eggheads I want to give you a big hand. of Americans in general As a M
I i the Bar?" the unanimous approval of : Peace prevails Prosperity It M such a delight to read honest they have decent instinct*.-Brooki'

( Chapel Hill, N. C. Weekly: ) foreign: munnerisusp" ); angle trout line with .Lighthouse I the council, but the reluctance of reigns. Things have never been, Americanism, for a change It Atkinson
: :
I Tine was when trip to the mountain Floridians! ; and if unattached!, possibly even TRULLINGER took offense l and informed ---.--

of North Carolina meant you were going for marry a Floridian his needier. that he could catch fish anytime National Safety Council Conducted Survey List Everglades Kite

i the summer to take the air, to revel in the One Townsman returned] from the fur anywhere better than anybody "only

v. glories of the rustic life, to study the natives western reaches of the State. with an even there arent any fish" in the St. Lucie River,"' Among.! Sixty Species

d I : : (who sometime studied you back through/ more depressing: tale He had had his eye People Have Some Odd Ideas on Seat Belts For Whom Bell Tolls

i the sight of a squirrel! piece), or simply to HIS CHALLENGER secured: a rod. reel It is tragic to that ipecirt
on a piece of forty acres, a note some sixty
use the mountain as a primitive but effective ridge/ across the property valley from Mount Mitchell atop and lure and dared Trullingcr! to cast. with it But About 15 Per Cent Are Now Using Them of birds fish and mammals are facing critical .
form of air-conditioning while less privileged off the railroad bndge! Ray look I the dare times when their survival species .is
It would have gone on the market for about a*
I : : Hollander staked otf poundage and and, a little unsteadily, made. his way out becoming a .
S75 its vistas rivaled question.It
dripped buckets of weat In a. climate that per acre although about fifty feet, took one cast and hung a Almost everyone agree that seat bell both group refused" to wear seat belt
those of 'the Jungfrau in Switzerland wa DO doubt incompatible with the development :
: rivaled the atmosphere in I Finnish sauna. tremendous snook. save lives. Yet more than 80 per cent of today Driven who I believed they were safe on thet'OIId
Before he could) assemble his resources, of modern civilization that scores
Things have changed Nowadays. Interstate I Florida land company picked it up and offend drivers won't wear them wouldn't! wear \the beta because they of millions of buffalo should flow irresistiblyback

Highway 40 will gel you to Asheville lo sell it to him at a steal for $2.000 per WITH. THE "local )0..1.. hanging to the To find out why the public ill so reluct nt, didnl! fear having an accident Drivers who and forth over the landscape .like.. a
dead start in Chapel Hill In about MI back of his belt to keep the fishing writer the National Safely Council studied people
from I He encountered this. in several other !locations believed the road were dangerous: never letany. living juggernaut It wa no doubt also incompatible
hour That. not bad. but another Interstatelink from being hauled overboard, the lucky columnist attitude toward seal bell and discovered waste with of modern
development gram
finally turned disconsolately to thoughts drive but themsch/e that
one Believing
to the outh. in Florid and Georgia has of some other acreage down in Cumtuck fought down and beached. a thirty-six- surprising-and stubbornly held-beliefs. agriculture that mile long and wide looks

a given rise lo a frightening phenomenon County on the !!sound with plenty of fish andOIII'n pound snook. He was gracious enough to Many drivers look at a seal belt and think they would never have bell an accident they taw of passenger pigeon* should exist! -and pet-

A trip to the North Carolina mountains for the digging write: "I wa almost pulled' overboanl by one of an accident. Seat belt' make them think no reason" to wear hap the huge flocks were A rigidly, necessary

now mean that you go foe a weekend, dur- of the smaller fish" in the St. Lucia River of smashed can. injured people and long The interviewers found] that some people, element hi species survival
Asked about the lot of the l11ounlai"'Cnand
which you will most likely eat In reu'rantt *- yesterday :' months In a hospital. especially men believed anyone who wore a Now the of I
byFlonduuu the impact of Federal program for the belt wa a sissy.. To male drivers activities and! requirement
Floridians; be ,Jortled wearing I
: built by economic rejuve-nulnm of Appalachia./ the By not having belt in their can, these large technologically-Advanced; human popu*
belt indicated lack of .
available Mating sleep RAYMOND! CAMP. his seal a masculinityDespite
space and
for Townsman sighed! and said "It soused nice, successors driven could shut the possibility of an accident lation have occupied: a Urge part of the landscape
built. owned and operated by Flo- on the \Vood Field & Stream column in admitted' the public predominantly negative .
in motel but all ltd benefit soon is the Florida land out of their mind Ye, they with consequent displacement of mart
and be elbowed by Floridians The New York Time Stuart attitude toward] seat belt, the number of
C ndians.. elbow boom" w hich seems to have been transplanted" probably gave seat belts might save their lives but still competitive, life form and reduction of nVr
the bear are acquiring the moot consistently' favorable fishing. publicity dn'enISIn, them b steadily growing. Once
feeding bear (even lock stock and! title search 'to Western. North they refused to have them initialled. number In many instances, however I I UitJ!
C'Carolina ever 1l''OfICany! community Their. stuff Some drivers thought" the highway were only' 5 per cent of American driven wore conscious planning would auure that mt>'t
had the added that If read. it in them. Today more than 15 per cent UK them.
: ...A- The added that this wa disquieting punch you dangerous, and tome did not But -driven itt other species continue to occur in some abund
I/ The Time it wa* "conservative and tnw. Safety official are heartened] by the auto ance.
Tbe Stuart New will furnish photo print enough what< with Florida-fttyle'" architecture Even Ananias could have written for The -- nuken decision lo install belt a* standard] Perhaps the remnant" number of nine to

up to I by 10 inches, of any picture assuming! local name such a* 1MChtollh Time and been believed l but Ray'* expression, smacking of Labrador. equipment! on new car. Seat belts now have fourteen Everglade kite, which feed *" '
iJfby staff for charge of $2.00 (a cantilevered altar for less than tickled! our fancies. I been
v S the NEWS recognized a* a. important safety accessory elusively on a single species of wad found
additional $10000)), but the charm of the mountain J
: : far me tint print and tOO for any simple CAMP ALSO did a lot of quail shooting, of the -hke power brake, turn only ((w the U. S.) in the Everglade cad

'Frio" ordered =erfIIUI saint MgaUv quotatioIL5tIIIft .1 the undeveloped* wee disappearing' land. The with mountain the disappearanceof folk' were with Judge Harry Dyer, lira Pomcroy. John AND since it appeared in The Time! signal and] windshield wiper Kwihera Flood w so reduced M to nuke extinction
: samf rime; by take .. too. Law and Mike Utunait during ha winter they have been "pine blll're11llwith u* and inevitable It* only slim chance t'
will DOt pboto.apbJ disappearing
Newt lPloyeea May at the Pvlican and he coined one ex- they will remain "pine barren," a marvelous escape exunctio* fe 10 restore and wainu
.: .. ,taCCpt< for the new and advertising And where have they: gone' preskton. which" the Cracker hunters hereabout description a* anyone knows who ha braved Civilization h** now reached the point adequate water area where the wails can

t of Tb Stunt\ New Uby, tbcy. retired lo Florid on the Mill repeat" : 'mil in the pine barren'' We "had the bleak chill at I btu* norther in the hunting1 when miracle drag and get-tll card have lounsh! and the kites rosy. fiad ample Ktu>*

'f n., r :1f proceed of the land nk:' called. .. them the backwoods or the fUtsvuudi sta'ou a i boW UM keeping up with each ocher h.btl.t.

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NEWSMRS. EJ Thursday. November 5, 1964 5-Cad
Mayor and Mrs. Richard Stalls

ANNA MINEAR. Plans Meetings e l and Commissioner Louise Johnston -
Correspondent Phone 746.43 to hia home on Pennock Point
JoYa.4! .n.. _....-.. _--. tR y attended the League of Municipalities for the season

Museum Marine I South Florida Wellesley College 1 t r last weekend Convention Police in Jacksonville Chief. Sp5 and Mrs. Kenneth Jones
of I
Archaeology Club which: draws its membership and their Theresa
I from Glynn Mayor attended the annual daughter are
I Vero Beach to Hollywood, I Traffic Court Conference m Jack. visiting Mrs Jones) parents, Mr
Soon To Become A I held its first meeting of the year sooville and Mrs. Fred Thorne. Mr. Jones
.. Reality ai a luncheon at the lequesta has been appointed to Officers
Country Club on Wednesday. : Fall Is bringing home our win. Candidate School at Fort Benning

The American Institute of Submarine | murine Archaeology and the need Mrs. Helen F Ness of Fort 4 e ter residents as shown by the recent Ga, where he will report in the
Archaeology. known this for !suentilic preservation' of men Lauderdale was an honored guest ; return of Mr. and Mrs John near future.
past year as the American Museum 'I artifacts ILS are found and the t as her mother, Mary Knowles, wasa doss lo their home in \\alerwayvi
of Marine Archaeology moved I'need oi 4 repository and display member of the first class t 0 .age; of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
closer: to being an I area lor them graduate front Wellesley in 1879. ntru i and Mr and Mrs Harry Cunningham'sBuys
cd fact at a meeting accomPlish-j Mr Mrs Ness wa a guest of Mist ,Moore of Columbus. Ohio, to
B. Harnett, of Orlando !lUrnett told of the organ- : Juliet Brown, club president, of their Loxahatchee River homes 14 Stores
day at the field office of the s nation ot such a museum with Plantation, Hollywood. Twenty d
institute I
: other men intereMed in the need, I six' guests were present.Miss I d e Mr and Mrs D C. Kitwcy
of their March for a site and of r's Southview Drive are building a
Mr. Harnett, who .is the found. Brown has announced that ri Cunningham Drug Store, Inc.-,
finally I deciding on the site in I new home on Bamboo Point. (Mrs.
er and head of the the second meeting of the club i which owns the Broward! Drug
organisation! I Jupiter Park after t"enty.lwo other 1 Kinsey i* the granddaughter!
in Stuart announced the
met with the executive council and sites were offered them. He will be held on Nov. 19 with a of George Tmdall who homesteaded purchaseof
leaden of all civic organizations cocktail dinner party for I the drug wore from Who.Ian
credited' l. B Clark former manager here at the turn of the century. .
in the area and guests. I of the Jupiter lequcsta Chamber alumni, husbands and guests at Drug Company I Inc. of FlorIda
In his talk Mr. Harnctt >gave> an of Commerce and its members the new Officer Club in Fort i Mr, and Mrs. Donald Skinnerof by in Brown Drug Store Division
I Lauderdale. who bee The purchase. price wa not
engrossing picture of the history and the Palm Bench Philadelphia have n ,
and plans of the organization He I ommiwicwcrs! with their deciding "We are extending' an invitation the guests of Mrs. Skinners par Jisclosed
is now with Martin Company in ; the site.lawrcnce. to the alumni of other Eastern ;nts, Mr. and Mn II. H. Knight, Ray A Sharx.ro, president of
Orlando and has devoted much women's colleges to join us for West Palm Beach visited" in Jupi the Detroit.based! chain, said that
time to the study of marine archac I' Cam. chairman of the this strictly social occasion," Miss MM let recently.Mr. the addition of the \\hclun store
ological relics and meeting pointed out that the removal Brown said. gives the company a total of thirty .
their bearing : if relics from the sea andproperly and Mrs J. E. Shipman, .
on history His background The Wellesley club is welcoming nine stores in its Broward division
includes displacing) and Henderson, N. C., have taken the .
: yean of work with the preserving as associate members Ihe operating in Pastern FlorIda
Illinois State Museum! as well them for the benefit of archaeological mothers of alumni and undergraduates Winter Apartment on Evernia and and will for the first time, pro
extensive experience In as I studies and history is a December, January and MEMBERS:: tho M Judo Rosarv-Making Circle deeply engrossed' in their work, art Mrs. Rubin"' I lonahatchee Drive for the winter. vide the company with store In
I with the Air Force newspaperwork in Germany new 'science and that the institute April meetings will be held. The Maurisciano "'II' [).nald Mablc Mrs. Louis M airikciano and Mrs. Joseph' Boucher Rosaries theym.ln They chose! Jupiter to be near their metropolitan Miami

He told of explorations in will first be of a its unique!kind organization the annual meeting will be held at : lire u..J.. III N.w l'Ul c.a.Rosa.ies niece Drive., Mrs Ihomas Vail, Erie Shaprro disehwetl that the company

,I .. Boca Raton in April and will fea is in the midst of an expansion
Th! iml.li.t. will h. ui.l; .l ku
an advisory- ;; -board' r'i i; t (.I.II lure a tour of Florida Atlantic ..Hattlle.eSellt of lutima Roviry\ Making Club, service is available the group William. O Suutcr, Pcnnock program. in Florida which((

!j HEARING AIDS ready committed and by profel.j University Mn Herman Schull to New GuineaOur Louisville, Ky., are Mrs. Joseph, will accept old nearer and jewelry Point, has returned from Good will add several new storesto the

ANNUAL SPFCI\L I atonal men in both of Tequcsta is a member here Boucher, Mrs. Stanley Obluczyn- to he used in this repair service Samaritan Hospital "where, he underwent Broward division during the next

2 Year business. It is to he non-profit and lady ,'I i I alima. Rotary ski, Mrs. Louis Matriscmno! Mrs Mrs Chunks Birtlett Mrs. A surgery twelve months With the openingof

1 Year Free Guarantee Batteries educational.Mr. Ceramic Artist Making Circle ot St JuJos Parish Ruben MaUitciana' and Mrs Theodore J. Circcn, Sirs Albma Vincent t. Mrs William II Fry and Mrs. construction Its Key West, ho unit.sakl now tho under chairs.
Harnclt and the council organised six month ago by Wells. and Mrs O W. Voohurdt have
recently W. F. Fowler of Lake Worth, are will have '
High Trades cords batteries stores' along the coast,,
were enthusiastically supported by Christian MiMher Mm Donald This voluntary makes joined. the circle Mrs Donald visiting Mrs, |P. Pan
REPAIR group Shirley Floyd, from Ihe I tip of Florida to Dayton
ALL MAKES the civic Stable receives! Mar card anda .
leaders Wins 2 Places M
present at the rosaries from a shunk of wire, Stable\ may be called llboutnll."Ibenhir. nock Point Road Beach including metropolitan Miami
of thanks lather Dun
meeting note /noun
PROFESSIONALHEARING : fifty-nine beads and a plastic! crucifix Flirt Lauderdale
Nally of the Papua Mmnions in I I A. E Basse-it, who, suffered a Hollywood
and With of
AID SERVICE Dodie Thaycr, nationally known a pair Pompuno Beach, Deerfield Beach,
PALM SPRINGS J t' (lIES New Guinea for seventy-nine rosaries I ANNUAL: MmiMJ NOV. 10 sudden illness while visiting his
50o North 7th St.. Fort pliers and a strong desire to further West Palm Belch Stuart. VeraBeach
Pierce WIN ceramic artist won first and third him .
SOFTBALL 10LRMYPalm : sent in August son and daughter-In-law, Mr. and
(one block North of Fire Sta.) places in the Wheel Division of I Charter members of this circle Mary'aIolwk, and replace the Jupiier.TeqiieMa Chamber Mrs, Richard Basset of St Augustine '' I lort Pierce Satellite Beach
Phone 461-3035 Springs Jaycees were the the Central Florida Ceramic Show Jx'll1hllIIltn beads, the women of Commerce will hold its annual I h in hospital Merrill Island! ., and New Smyrna
winners of Ihe District! 16, Florida at Orlando Mrs Tha>er compel. which is a member of Our Lady I, meet once a month 'to turn In completed meeting at the Chamber of Commerce there.. recuperating Ho expect lo' the be able.! Beach
------------- Jaycees Softball Tournament ed with rosaries and replenish their S. I ----- -
entrees from aU over the -- -- building U. Nov his
'to return to home here with
which was completed here at Ki- state supplies There is no set time for 10 at 8 p.m. At that' lime the mail{ Mr. Basselt In two weeks. About one.half of the farmsin ,
k.kt warns Park last Sunday. Her earthen bowl, one of the 16 BobcatsIn completion ballots will be courted. and annual the United Slate now have
Trophies were awarded to the winning pieces, was ten inches Due to many requests, a repair electUm of officer* will he held. Dr. William Serfert. baa return- Uk'phone service: .
Palm Springs team and to RIVI- -- -------- -- ---- -- --- -_ -
:.. high, twelve inches in diameter and 1---:
era Beach the runners-up at the done in tones of brown. Glued Pack 115
District 16 caucus which was heldat on the inside the outside was a
with a new style Riviera Beach last weekend. textured finish! with brush strokes
from FASlHONtnE4 Jupiter.Tequesta area Jaycees took in buffs and brown Sixteen Bobcat were inducted
part in the events of the caucus. The second entry, a tall stoneware into Jupiter Cub Pack I 115 at the
Local Jaycee were active in vase' hud black decorationsin October meeting held at the Junior
e the Jet-out-the-VOIe" lined Citizens building the candlelight .
campaign a design on a dull white
e last weekend, distributing sample mat base. ceremony conducted by Cub- ,.
ballots and the amendments at all master Fred l.andrum. presented .... 'i 4
shopping centers and markets in FRtlDOM) POSTERS the following boys with Bobcat < :W.

the area. They also took part in the ,.DISPLAY: pins: Stuart Joins. Hobby Kellogg,
network election service and nrt' >. Sieve SniUer Bill Paris K n
e vided transportation for those' An interesting aerie of Free. Schott, Pat Hornvak Robert Me-

needing it to get to the polls from dom posters is being displaced at Anmch. Steve laucher. Brandt'
the Jupiter Te'l.u"'ta Chamber of Stinedurf, John Randy .
II' to 5:30: p.m. on Election Day I IMr Alcxaiulcr.
Commerce Jupiter Town Hall Tequesla Meyers billy Green, David

-4 and Mrs F.. 1. VanVeen Village office, the public Stewart, Don Pcsciitelo, John
have returned to their home in Wa. school and at the banks, among Clark, and Gary PamUr Put I'red.rlckson .'
\ terway for the winter months other .prominent places in the was weloonittl into the We join the
-------- --- Jupiter Tequesta area. rack MS a transfer from Satellite
These posters! are the gift of Mr Beach. ,
FashionetteBEAUTY Now b! (the time lo condition and Mrs. S. Rood, who havedistributed
Roy Wolf badges. were earned b y .entire Community ti
I .
and train .. ..
:JourBIRD them m the Interestof Rickey Roixiistm: Steven Morton;' '

: SALON DOGSBOARDING patriotism There are twelve bear badges by Dill Najel, Dana "
I posters to be shown during the Chisholm' and l.corutrd Sojka.I in salute to those "
607 COLORADO AVENUE I next twelve months to remind thecmens award included Lion badge a '

t STUART, FLORIDA of the privilege and responsibility lo Pat t Land Mike Andersen, Mike
OPEN MON thru SAT of their freedoms tandrum. Brian* Crooks: Bruce '
1M"U.K brave souls who i'
I 7:30 a-m. 5i30 p.m. MOM James Wilson! and his daughter, gold Garnet and, and silver Stan OMae/ynkki, ,; foughtto alb
arrows to
Mrs Robert Ross! of Glasgow. !
Pat Und Mike Miller
I Ann Hudson, Operator :" KK.NM-.L(:''- Scotland have been the guests of JC!. Phil Zychowkki, RKkey,: Bill insure our freedom _
DIAL 287-4999 JOHN' a. MOSLEY Mm.nr Mr. WII",," ', sister, Mrs. James
II ertson" Dana CtmholM"
Stan Nt-I
... ,. Fort
scot a. F. Hw run
I Beard her
home Pcnnock
Free at
Ample Parking I Paw 4.4.)1. Pant.oQ5b on Uc/yihU Ikihdy" Winters..
AlberL Leonard S ika. lames
George SItl-tt kroc: ,' IXxig" Ken nt.

dy. Jell WplMla,to, Peter Sawyer.
Randy Hamill, Steve Norton Mike Veterans Day /(

Ijindrum Scott Brian Crouis and Kenneth .

( oj First second and third year '

service pins them.were awarded to cub: NOVEMBER 11 : ;;>
earning .
( (! Pat Snow It presented l the pack
Millions of rsoya. with a gold cup trophy for having '
the first place float in the I lire theirs was the '

Prevention Week parattoThe ,.
ei oo "Den of the Month TrOof'hy" '
was won by Wehrlas Den for example of
and you'll agree: meeting behavior and attendance at pack: supreme "i.

*s A Halloween slit was presented
"' 9 by Den I service to our
} '1.there's under tM chreclmn, of
tS\ \'P, oQv\.O Met I red 1-andrum Dent 2 and
V'' 3 were "hors to the meeting '
'..J country

.SIR.\")r A
No Match .for a .flamelm!!' !
William A Weirwr. art ""'uc.
tor at Jupiter High School hat
ELECTRICWATER been invited to enter/ one of hit
i r paintings in the SarswU Art Astoclaliuns *

HEATER snowing of award winning I
paintings lo he held in Sarato -
c <4 starting Nov. IMr JI'e at Rank, Stuart are dedicated to
o super-fast super-safi Weiner hu won award for
his palings at Sarasota show
J In prevlou year.
NO VENTS NEEDED Mr. and Mrs. U emer and their
Lou little daughter rwcnth/ spent the
> f of hot water In
? hurry .. and ft weekend with Mr*. Wtiner', parenit .
of preciouspens Mr and] Mn. David Brow
tier, in ArcadfiaOf .
it At not mexUt ut yamfopptuvwt %

or akdrass.onaucbr toaUr,plumbuig, IAS ANTIQUE SHOP on depositor! 4

Mrs Beatrice Rutwrt chairman one year earn al a rate of .
of Ihe Outdoor. Art Show fur the

J\lpc.cr.Teq..*U Art (jroup, up
COM an antique shop art gal-
m levy no Old t>uk. Ikghway alIcrn SAVINGS LMtRM BY TIll: tIDEJUL DtTOMT: IVSLRANCr I : ("OR'.
Street NO'I' I I- I
rem cketper! dun"" mr toGo Mrs Roberta formerly. of
I Cfeenwich.: Conai wan vice pr"- ..,;NO BUSINESS WILL III* TRANSACTED! ON VHTEKANS DAY
dent of the Gteenwkh Art Suoiety '"

.. v.4, and formerly worked with Arthur
gas to Me k II uaNiaasas
Mom, famous intorsur itBcurasur
Mitt AMM-type ,Ml m Greenwich aced New York Her :........_,.._...............,.... BANK OP ..
art and antique tMrtbcfKHi ,
m a
fi. a
The recent $10 mflhon rat. e a nicrestjflg aJJWoo ta the area STUART
reduction (fourth major .
price cot in 10 year*; make MM Susan Bmwn Pennant' .....aii ruse

Sunshine Send Ebrtncitjftttttr I..",e. and MM Dorothy AM. of

a buy than ever befcc CVveUfki ten*... spent' UHI werk
ae end wh. St**.a ,.,.... Mr and
Mrs Tons brown SMM and Our '
arra.rr.rr.rr'f1a..ner otby astudent* at Fluf Mte !VnilB-
erdMr.iiraeret.. LrrJ are Cxrftefc UitUod.Mr r

and .fir(. W. B Meter C a-
bane. Cptony. announce the birth 331 East: Ooeam Iloulvaml Htuairt.! Florida
(4 m ton, WHUm! I Merer o.
FLORIDA POWER & liGHT Otto '11 The new arrival .. the ,
COMPANY. f1I M/. and Mn. if. S. ,
.11Iaa1" _- I H4. IL11NI, =;:

f I I ,

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frC THE STUART (Ph./ ) NEWS Thursday. November J. 1964
Al Johns Enters r Directory of Churches

Organizations Directory Office Space for Rent; Dicta Como Golf Meet i RfV PEOPLES MAYNABD CONCKECATIONAJU-Jut A MILLS **


,/5p c-....... a.m: CkunbU al
Alcoholic.WdSila" p.Aaoaymo m J, B, Community Chord -Ray Oaok Fine Business Until Tuesday AI Johns, a Punta Gorda real ..... Marrturlnt_ ........... "pryTJ

Amateur R.... Emr Mq Corp iu4-4<. 11_ II _. Crty POP estate! developer and low amateur .. bot oanot_

.,... dINtor-0.0011. B..too* Coat Guard Auxiliary in the Honda POA which ended ..... Tutb V.._ Srtl

Srd nrar.. J pmBuilnaM Cumm..d.r--W.I..r S. 11.0".. Sunday is the latest entries ILL SAINTS' EPlSCOrAU-* .*.
R... LaqRr. Mon. Hp.m? Cum Guard App BldfCauaty ."" .. 'Y ,'.- r S r7t ., ; ... Ht.'; f' ) 'i iw among Pa M08MAN U. FEASTEK
in the Como
=r: :. ':' S. .... Cmm.laCh.lrman t t" ',' .s '1// i > ; Perry amateur DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2312 Pu.dy

4 .tJt T..... ,,10 p..... b_.. : -'Frank A Waahatnd IIi 1 'rdri golf tournament at the Port St.Lucie TJ/ a-m, Holy Commaalan:

W.mN'0 Club .Kb To**.. S:SS a-m.. CourthouMM r : Country Club Thanksgiving Id a-m. Family. Oommunloa and
PnliiMO! ,k O* COD-'." Cut Chunn Stuimo.
1'.ld..t--W. lI..hwwI C. Board .t Znb. >( AdjutrnMI ) weekend. ASSEMBLY ( Pr and "Rem,.
: 'ad.nll T.. ."b". 11rt MM>.. Bank 010......._Fnd RhoadMli.d The father. of Hale aKY. L H DANIEL Paator II 00 a.m I tI.t. Mrnn"unday( Holy yr Communion)
Th...? till p.m.. Court_ SOD jolts ..... Sunday SchooltliOOam. W...b Day.TtMaday .
C.rwmt Pm4.Northh" 'S-! Baugh Sr. and Jr from Cocoa, familiar Mornlnf Wonhlp T .. Holy CommunlomPrid.y

:. P Prap.ry..Id.nt-C.Ornrs N. .A........." (.01.ro.;; Hugh- -'1. 'illi: Mhv: faces at tournaments held'" lull 10 R p.m m.. Sunday Tbu..... Blbl Youth. Study Bw.lc*PrayvI ''I'b."i-;;; t/Thund- l No.1. :tmOorr' I:laob

I MMtln*. Ind Wadmwtay at bom** 4th To**.. ?IOU pm OnnbUM her in recent years, have also lilO p.m. Evaua-aU.tW O.... (. am. Hair l' ConmunUm

Coal a........ Ctrl.k A.....latl*. M C Plunlaf. and :_ .. CIaoI. been included in the 1964 Como. .
Pr.nldnt---Oiarlm' A Oarlitrom Chairman-JOMph. OMMIM.Srd FIRST BAPTIST-SOO S. All. ATMMRfcV Unity C9mr.h-TM .. FlI," Fart P....

lot Si n., I p.m.. County CourthoiiMFrMhridm TII...... litO p.... Caurtbmi" The 72-hoe{ medal play tournament PORRBST WATE1NS Pastor 11:00: ...... Church. Bu.d.,.
I starts Thanksgiving Day Su.dayS T:.0.... VanrloM Wadn.d.
Anoc.llon School lordCboirm.nHarry .SOm. Wonhlp ...lc*
i I Pr.ld.Dt-Colnn.l. O V. Bottom 0. Kmdr4 and ends the following Sunday. t:4 .-... Sunday School. LUTHERAN CHURCH OP ST. ANDREW

U..u on Mil bud Moo. 7tS. p..>, CoartaoaTow. Both the 7,010-yard Sinners and II* ..... Maraint WorthIp AiMl-lcax. Lutheran Churoh
Cardan Club .f StoutprmbNnbMrs. the 0,10 p... Tnlnln Union W Prima Viola BlvJ, rrt S I. twl*
of Snralla .. 6.547.'ard Saints
P will
l courses
4 Tell .... Ermine Wonhl. H. C. PIPE PASTOaIS
John W Knixy .
,-J. M.modluPOUTICAI.. ,
t. MOB, ISO .... Woman. Cia IIIflb".u. be used by the field which is lim WMlnMday.
Sod p Ind Wd, I Tw B0
pjn ,,10 .... Mldwwk Pnycr Srrlc 1, ..... Sunday BchooUIS
ited to 260 and 120
-- Park Clvn Aiuelatlo.. - i men women :SO .... Worship Bnyloa.
I>rMl -8.1 Ma.ullo - 4 1 t John is I a scratch golfer, while PALM CITY BAPTIST-4Mb at MoCardUbNBT HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC: -ladteatawmfit.

lit Mon. 7 :10 p.m. Pint National B.nk ORGANIZATIONS 1 both Boughs play to handicaps olthree. :< TATUM. PMtor XAV1EB PENKCHMain.

Indlantaw. Clvta Club ""public** Club *f M_ Cxiaty Other low 1,41 a... Sunday School
Pmldant-firady Boi'tb4th PrMl lent-Jam. B. W._ handicappersamong Ili0 ..m. Marnlnf Wonhb .-Sunday", '".* PrV.4ay .
Mon, S p.... 6.rtarr. i the late entries are Bishop I,10 p.... Tralnlna' Union S. a.m. Confaa.laiu bettor.; Mum
R.p..blkau W_
Chub of Monty C. lull' p.... Evonlai Wor.hlp
f.aM* Bach CaroM Club: P..ld..t--W. Arnold droner l Davis. Melvin Villa I-I. and 141. p... V.40.0.1. MUmd Pry ST MARY'S EPISCOPAL
.....M.nt--II... C.lvln. Wilbur 4th T..... I pot, Pint National Bank Port St. Lucie, and Sheldon Braun, w Maunp" Ea.t 0.... Bo"I........ Stuart
Srd Wed S p.m.. J. B Woman Club THE RtV!: ARTHUR A. SMITH, Rector
M C DMweraM Eiumllv* Cwnmlttea ra1f'' Cincinnati I FIRST BAPTUTO ...... aund.y SO sm., Holtt fcuoh.D.tOl ;
Wom.n ........" Chairman-Edward hKt' 1 w : : : ,
IMM* Bvb 0. T. Murray .n.nll; a ( s fnm q I (). TAYLOR. PMUnSt4S ) m. Moraine I Preys (lit and
rr.Ment-Mr. M.rt :Mnirtltlrd ......T.-M...... SU Clalr: r Three timertmany Sod) Hul.Euuhri.t' : (Knd' sob and
Mon, SR 707 CluhhoaM Mxtlnc. m allRELIGIOUS womenas .-.. Sunday School 0th:I : *.00 am Sund.y School
men are victims. of the most IItOO am. Mornlnf Worship and
Woman. Club - - - II.00 a.mt Holy Eurharl.l U.t
lumor CmmwdlJ,4 r crippling form of arthritis. S uia.m. DTC pod. Ith) ; Mornlnt 1'..,.. (Ind and
1'ld.nt--lI. Guy ORGANIZATIONS ill, p.... ....1.( Wonhlp"
Mo., S p.... Worn.. Club JJO .... W.dn..d.y > Pnyr mootIna 4thl.) ..
Ctrl. ......1' Sully 1J.:.. Thursday and, Holy D.y.t 1:10: .. .
AI AU'taTJ.K"I1J\O'l': : follow
Mirtla County Audubon Sri ly Board! L.'d.r-Mr.. Jack WbltUar CITIZENS FOR COLDWATER IIEADQUARTFRS ON 1IANEY CIRCLE Choir praoUo and 10 ,00 a.m. Holy iueh.rl.tSumnwr .
,. Fiwildant -Mr. Will:, 'r .H rornotSrd Krl/. S p... St Mary ChunkSt. IV THH C01'NTY tIHlf* t'01 H* 1110 BAPTIST &h.4,)., I:0(1 "01. and IS,OSam

Tul? al nom Mr Fur.ut boom J._b Crtld rJoViiV'** MARTIN (' *TV.fv UV.: JACK rlCltNANDlt1 SundayaEPISCOPAL .

IC. A.iocl.trot rr i.M* H.altbprmtldmt fn.ldnl II.... Edward Eln. lla ItHRHTATB Code a.. Sandy "hoel CHURCH OF THE Bt ESSED
I 1: ; --R.v, o Srhrocdcrnd lot Man.. S P .. School : OP { II,00 ..... 1II0ral" Worship SACRAMENT: Ckfck St, La .......
| Thin BOOB lull p.m. Tnlnln Unionf
St. CHARt/m: .
JoMph Holy Nm
... C Ch.ptar, Am.rie. Canes Sodaty "".''d..t--H.. RoMurU* Swfety Qt'ALMAN..........-". > 14S p.".. I... .. .Wonhhti4S > .. .tln. : .... Chunh School
Ch..o-M.Uo""i Johnson TOn. bfor Sod Sun, I p.... SchoolBOYS n'l'II.111 T0 "HKIHTOBH WdaM. Pnyw a I Illll p.Bk Holy XuehariiS

I. ... All crrdllorp o( II ..,.t..
M.mrlal Ho.pU.1 Auxiliary - - of CHRIST MEMOlUAl.-.lnpitar I>.laa4tWInUr
Mvtl Charles W (,Q.mlm. ". d...c...*..d. lire. TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwt.TO
'ldn-MMrs.: Curt Otto SCOUTS OP AMERICA hxrfby1 nollfVd and Vqulri LEWIS: STANG1L./ Pallor oaaioa only ))010.. to AprlL
: f..l.m: : to flex
l Bank
I Mon Pint I National STUART UK Halm.' or damanda which thi-y 1141 a.m. Sunday School, CHURCH OP COD- ."' ..,...
M. Card.n Club Troop. 4OO-HmutmMter. Robart bomb. r :*".* *tln.l'! i aaU Mtat his 11 H)0) ..... Momln Wonhlf REV EVERETT: MOSS
,. 52r'I"
,1' Pnridasb-Sy' ; N. PrMUt W.d? 7 SO p m.. Amorhun L* loa Hall N Ale, Fs.+ ,ftdt4 k I b8 ;w 1 I of th* ( nunty Judjr" J.t Sill p.m. Tralnlnf U..I,. It:00
: Sund.y Srhoo
Atr BldMvtla .. Ship 405-Advl.or. Earl D.lp 1/ tin County PYortih4 In th. .tOO pm. av..ln. Wonhlp' a.m
M C. ,
i'u... 7O. p rn mrr. II ,00 ...... Mornlnt/
Thur... f p m, M.th Church. Albany St. ; hnu..t Mttiart: Kl::irl la. tthln .In ..00 ,.... Ned Mldwaak Prayw Wonntp
County R.'...... Child... A... h u.d... 444 -AdvUor Ed: Klrkhartrhur. J u, 4 1l,0. T l 18'> ra>ndar niomh. from Ih. date f SO pm:: : E".nlr. WonhltitO
Pr*>Mnl-Ira Swlcwrt ... t ,...., M.th Church. Albany St. or tb* tint publication of thin no DUNKLIN, MEM'L BAPTIST-lodl'oi.n. p.m. W.d. Vouni fauplaafcodwm
7 SO, Com Rm. l.t Not. r tic. Eiuh: REV TED:: LOn :
I'. Ird Thur p.m. Cub book 410-- ubm. (.r. p. D fit m.i. claim or demand moot h*
4th 7 SO p m. Catholic School I,4 f,"f S4' C l In wrlllnir slut* th* 10:tOO *.m. Sunday School
National gentari -k: pn..r't.: : UOOD
: tMSt'S .
Barbara Ann Llndxyllh Tub 4SO Cubma.ter. P Bonn ,, of r I ofH<.* adArnu 11 00 am. Moraine Woroh" Jupiter
Lout Moo, lilO. Youth CMt or th* plalmant' and mint h 1:11: p... Trollop Unlo ,
pa. *
Mop.. Comm of- 100 offl to 7ISO pm. W orol>l, g.rvle alt ELMER L. ALLEN:
by th
claimant hi. .
: j..i.- :*k.--Pork Clvl AaMKlatlan JENSEN BEACHTro.p hi. onern.y 0' It will b.coine a *nt,void or Viii. p.... W... MldwMk Santo. 1:15: am. Holy Communloa: i:
It IDS Pariah Irma
PrMldrnt, Crll Mellon 401-eoutma.tr, J. D. Lookadoo ? ecuordlne I. 10.... : a.m KuobuloS'
are 1100".', First Nation.) Ft.nk. W.d. 7l0 pm.. mmunlty H.ll FIRST N.ITiONAL' RAYK OFH.4.11At4lluhirriini IT. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E.lt lOCh St. and Sunday School.
Cub J'ab. 40t->Cubma.tr R. Qulna ; i REV. JAN JANUSZliWaKL AdmH .
P.lm City c......l Club. 4'h W.d.I.m... Community Hall (T.AJ of uuiH) M..>...H it 7:00: i. I.no. tl:onWt.fc \ Drlv.. JnHn book
I Cub 40S CubmMUr. O Ship Jr. ,
**. st.fw lhs "r d.y.l Mon thru fri. ,
Pr..lrl.nt--MI" Mahal Plnnay 4th.: .t 7 ilO Llon Ball : s r.io.tP Cherie" W. StSOl8.turdnr REV. NEWTON M. TWM.OY;
..... Clvlo CnUr p.m uulman, oard 7llO I :10 a.m. Sund.y School
Sod Thun SilO Tlt":
CHARY ....
- - - w % CRARY Confeolon.l Saturday and n. ,. t 10 a.m. Morning Wonhlp
wales City CM Orr'nluilloa SERVICE CUM U1iTtE. fr; r T..f.,rv "bafora tint Prid.y ., month 440 t* J :00 p..... Wednesdaynl.. MIni

: Pn.ld.nt' -Andy rxllnlekt I CloI_ Club .l SmutPnald.ntAre. Haul IdInR" ; jatinnal Bnnk 1:10, and TS1.* I 10 pm. t :00 p.... Thursday. Mldw.... S....*.
Ipd Ttw, Clrla Cantr
: ....d...* c....... CI... AxoclatlMPr W.d. IS noon Townhoo. Xatanruitadlantawa &ioari 't'ItIAUrub. 'T.Hobo. CHRISTOPHU'BuudMs. CATHOLIC- Sunday-7 p.... W.tebtoiw Study

.lJ.nt( -1U.. J. W. ..... .' ("' 1. U, Nov 5. 11 1'*. ij)Rf .. at 5:00: a.m Sunday.FIRST Monday-.Tt pm Mile Study
I : |., Hon. S p... born* KlwaaU Club 1$ Thunlaf. -TtSO, ho.d\ SM,

: tart B....... CI.l. A..MmtloFrmld.nt W.fmldant..., IIUS.-. Jama pas.* Bin Samlnaks*. IMam HAT IV *THK A\O 01T1 VON. MINIM Jl IM.k:',COI. ('out RTIJ TIST fZ4 CHURCH Ea.1 OOMO OP CHRIST Baularard SCIEN. Sanla lllnlsutlnB&y

/ -Walter B.n.on ) 4 'F dM ,'IA51UDb. rTV II tOO) .... ...d., School REDEEMER!: LUTHRAN-E. Ouu BM.
,r Thur... I Clold .crI': J. BW.h LJm Club :; 11100 a.m Worntny Wonhlp REV DONALD K. (HJUROEDKBiOO
Srd Thur. I pm" 0.0 .ld.nE4 Schmidt JHTATP: OF ) SlOO .: W.dl' TMtlmonUI MMttai and' 10:10 am,

Par: Salm. Civil D.fan.. ttlrd W.... fUt p... ..,..0..-. MAlteJARFT: no k.db., Room 18. KI..li>r AT*. Y... 541 a.m. Sunday School, Biro. Class

FI..h..... Ind TuMday, TAI ..m.PI uplt.r-Hnb. Sad K omal. dub l'RENt'OTT, t Around. Houn-Mon. thru Bit. 10 CHRIST THE KINO LUTHERAN-
I. Clvl ClubuomIl0ntJrb fra.lu.nt-Kobart P............. .-.... I pm Jnpll.r

.. !Clubhoua\ Bhomrit Moo, 7pm, Jupiter'Lt.' MarlM All NOTII"P creditor!< T0 nrAtin) robin, .nf CHURCH OP CHRIST! -4ZS Palm. Beb.RdBKUCK KE'TH,00' ...JOHNSON. Ihurch. School Putot

Thnn, R.'* Club.lwrr l DEMOCRATIC COMMITIFF H JiDQlIARlTRS OV EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD Jl.raarft.. K. IM-wntt d.raar.1. are OOBBKLL., MlnllterSunday ..00 a.m. Putora CI...
Btuarl Woman'a Club ..ito/ ( .-Dr. Ron.ld E. Alll.oa bourn notified and rnqulrnd. to 10 00 a.m. Moraine Worship
Pn*.-Mr.. Corn.llu. R. VandrvMltd > W.d.. ItilS ,.m, '1'.". Wind. .. ".. -- f II" any *'ltU, ,n* our dmand. / 10 00 a.... Blbl, Stud
Wed. \:10 p m. Club BulldlncTbbula shy our have. sold .hlc'\\ U tOO am. Worship and CommuaJol FIRST METHODIST_I SOO Colon. A*.
Stuart IU....... Club In atralimt r.t.tro ttOO, pm. Ev.nln. Wonhlp REV!: ALLAN R. STUART
Ch.I.-M.Card. Ihbort Group I. 1t0l1ar rr..ll..nt--l>r, H K.....10 Rlp.as Man'r'rorrvtbV" ,('oun...ly. K Wdn..day ..<. ..... Morning Wonhto
Thur.. Hill. Tow Mmms 141 .. It:o0 ..... Church.
i t W.d 1110 am.. hom. ..ID. raurthOUt, .t pturl Florida with. p. Midweek Blbl Study School
... _ Stuart HI Stenor* 0... Cob 11d* .* n f In Six (0) rolrndr mouths. from lliOO a.m. Morning Wonhh"
> ? (h.. data ..r 11.. tint OP COD-PlaiW ft .m. Youth r.IMI..lllpe
aiibcrtThur. Pau Jlubll..It"n/
r.IUnt 0'
.., S pm. Youth Cct4r w o hit "0111''''' iJ..lt .liWn o. eI..m..nel TRINITY METHODIST: __ 0M
Roll PoundPndti.ntCa must. b. In i 10 00 *.m. Sund.y School
l Wllll.ra. fI..,... Stuart LJoai Club. I joust Oh. playa or Wfltine rrolhnt'n. and. mu.t atat0 11 00 ..... Mornl,. Wonhlp Bi.V Sits. NEIL OUNaALUS

... 'Tu. **.. ...., Community. C ntmtmtMn < .'r...l.l.n. _ElUwor.. ." Bohnurb,inbtnd flroflHdrt-.il nf inn clolmont end l lOqtoh..r mat of- Tat pjn. Kv.nlr.: Worship. ll00a.m! an.. Sund.y School
and ..
ear < c"ro : i: 7ilOpm. Tu.. Pr.... Warship 8. _
.. F'Jit7 inu.t ,
Booth Ana 4th Wad. 1 p. Town Mourns .wurn to by rho rlefinenL Irvin. t SO p.m. Xvanlnt
Tub p.m Thur., YPH. Worship I>| pod
'tdnt rnh' Ponb.rId hit OErnr. our hla attn.n..v. nr It _... .... ..
St *rt Soropkuuht' Club .. .od.
ri "
:: dlr.cton, S i will .b .co.. void .
Moa IIJB.,,,, Pn l,hrnt--Louta. MllWr .. urordlt fn ,..W. THL UNITED CHURCH'; OF CHRIST OICEOLA!
t''Part leer,* > lot 1'''..... soup Pi.mlu.o. Hn_t I JTth. trot. lConfnntlon.1 Palm City) STRUT 'UTHODIST. P.M..
I .Ird Tit.... Anohoran Y.oht Club ArtrNrTH! H rNFJN'Yvl-r. RhV af: D. f4 KNICMT JR,
Pn.ldi I -K. C. Bl.itkm.n noon Admlnlatrittflr" nf the ".!.ta ; WILLIAM) B WILHUt PutoV am, Pend., School
\ Ind Thun, I ...., rinhouMturt ItuaH JyMa of Marram R. 1"1'01e. 1:10, a.m. Church Schml 11+01 a. Yoraint Worship
: Prrld.nt--Al. R (Rnnrly) N.l.otl CRA1ty..,CIltRY 11.(1C am Tha gorvlca nunary proni Woman:. :Ml..lonary Boclrtr: mob tint

pn>ldn_U. B. (Ronn) N.lio. Tu.i 'ISO p. Pink Pay It MIAnT Wd.di; "... i-saj-* al INS p.-.
'n4 I ,Ihun S am.Ratall .:: :' ... lip Fvpno: ('rum". J.. 1000 am to p.m. Wdnmd.y. Wom.
sot l'I..t National l1anlC P.llow.blp Ti4S p... Prayw ;;.r>M*
t I M.rchuiU PIvLlon VETERANS OROANIZATIONBAmarkMi / Ruildlnwt' I:11 p.m. Board of Steward. ((1.4

\.Ch.lrro.n: .-Phlll' '.m..k L...... J..... Bud n fX r.r.w..r 14 COMMUNITY-J..o Ihuri nub. mold
4th Thun. Stuart tbamb Bnlldlnf .. .... :I Blilurt. Flnrlda HIV NEWTON M. TWKtDY:
and.r Urlmtnlnd4th
( Kuii.n. SOUTHERN
- - - in Mo, S pm, L..oa ESEAm.ek. r v PuK.. Ort ID, Voy; B 1, It I*. m. pile .... Sunday School sod Woo REV CHARLbl METHODIST: 1I RI..T.Ft.. .*\..,
.hip Stnle. -"
"II a.m.W n..p.. .WM; ;
.. Stuartnmmand.rCh.rlM I" TIIM f'Ol'
L..I_ 'liT" 'nar" '" It'r 'boll
Auf_'. SocUty3'r .
..l .. Mrs VlnrlnU' R. Fo..... (' : 10:11.: n toopp'OR "R'fI" f''n' 1,1O1t.: ADO FR7IosM: : NOTIY 1 !!JJ p.sop.... Sund.y Epworth Bckwd Iwo.. .
|nd and itb m.. S ...>, Lafioa BaUAmwrkan 1
I Sod Tu.. 7pm KKM' Hoard me tins tJ'.tllM\ { d '' p M a-....
f t Tu..:: I p: :::: lit,. mat at Library I I L..1 l.i, I......*... TUB ""TA"" OH" )) TUB' l'INI't'IT! <01 RT OK THH I1''' "..". Tuesday Me,.. Morn*

L*.k Waited LMfu .:ommwd.r-Jim ki"byth '*''MI' ''H, JIUKMI. IIIU.IIT' IV '.<0 '.01. W.....*.uVy. P.".. Mivfhif'
;tm"lt'RWI lilt MtHMV < IHVTt.
Vl.ald.nt-IharM. Klndnd Bat"? S .._ t l-UIKIIIt. M < \CitIII.E1'RRlrAORN4jr : FIRST METHODISTIdmnun.

,., frl. S p.m, lot Nat, 1 Bank Am.ricaa" L.floa Au.Ulary J.*w Bad P p<*.a.." ( BbV.; OKORUK: R. MntJ\'ItIlICIf
WOTICB' Or FILLP4TITlOr: "kfl 'Jl am. Sunday School.
., :RAt )
'ra.ll.,nt-Mr.. Kmma! Snydwad
ualmr Cn.m> Club MIH I"I"'L IIKI'\ ROM KUIVJS AMt tV AHWX : '{' ..... lIurnl. Worship
tlvi 4th II. S .
(,UMV t.III >.: ,. Xotitk Caw'I Notlo. U hrrrby; plan that I 'IATION OH1 UfclLl-:: J .11 ,.... Mrr
... = "*' n.rlcaa la.lo* mart hove fll.d my final, return. a.aciitor .,,. fll-AI>!.1. a corporation <**. lull p..">. .;...10.l WorabBJ.
10111I.11 GlobmddnhW '
I PnoldnbMra: : Th.ra.a Umw.Sol d of the '.'"'* of Iim PHT .tine ..",I., 'Ih* Ins. of th* Tool p..". Thund.y' J..ior Chub

f.' W,"d.. S .p.m P..,pndly.t nixral ....tlnf ..4th MOB, S p.m, l.e.kl. Ball w 1 174r4" AiR1.1N hove filed WILLtAIIt, drrnool: that I niu-d ptaIn. ft : nHuliilirfn ti4S p..... Thund.y, 6.abp Choir

d Wed, p.m...:dlnoton.! lot Nest Bk. M...... Cwinty ._.... W.W J Votwu [. and for my final trillion|' 1I1..h.for....dtatrlMHIon .. and- v.. REV.FIRST PIUS8YTU.ANN. RI.. S'_
()omm..III.t<-PhlU, A. El'. that on \ovmh 19 l PAUL JOHEPH RRI'1IJN unit IIALCOLM .A. HARRIS.
IR8' I will .
FIREMEN ORGANIZATION* ht..tI Fri... I. S. ;wIt: ;,: tf; i 11 SA1: a.. punir .honl)
< Y
janin B Kh '1.....'. Au.IH.rj Mwtta Cwinty ". Aunlllarrr.ld.nt hnaon, roiiPty I"idB* or Wxnln FIFJtTEf.mrrirdt sUUNN TAT111 1t.1. "01. Wonhlp I Survive
.101.nt--IIr.. M.rl" I'rufltt -Mr.. ::: M. .H.U (.'oU'I.. riorld' fur ooroval of oWRENrM :TATUM.. .:lot p... You.. P.opl.| .. .1I.wahlp
lit Mond.y I p.m. ht.trd Fri. S .....? Now Cam: Chunh Id final rrturna rod for 'an ardor I her hu.ba..d, Oh II... t
of iM.trlhutlon PRESBYTERIAN
and far final, dl:. f .OIlWVNITY.
sea BMth ValunMT Pin. Dapartiuwtmld.nt V.l.r.n'. C.u.cU .! Martui' Count rh.rev.> pxcct'tti of tf* win/' I Ilpr..nd.o' Hot Sound

-Jack Ad,lyM Chairman-John W K.lUrrd ROHSItttT Annr:VN Au.i.n)jf.I; TO: PAtL\OTKK, jnnh.Prl Or- 1'HtTI'l.': r."laddren. FRANCIS OICXRON P..tor
., S pm. PlnBuu... Mon, | pm., Stuart t.....DtI Horn "Crt vd drnc. unknown and 1:10 Loa, Bind.y Bc.ool

pun 1.1..... '.....0.. Au.lll.ry .P.W. huortCommand.Donnld i.,1, FtnYl v l"b l:1..R: Frl: !l'h'IONAL JUNK HUlkN, 0,10, wife. It 1110.1.14 pm..... Youtb W.r.hlp. 8r>li>*
rnjilde .ddr .* ttn r.II.hf
.lil nl N.n Cutouts fnnflf:
1mll Aiintlnad By: WOLAVrvTruiit tRnELf.!: Y1'CY HUtTEI HICFN 5:51 p-m. Wad. AdR.Y.'tb
Tkun. li.O ...... PlnhouHrt Quid JetI.114I'. r Choir
4th Ibur..
Officer TATLM' and lAV\RfN: ) TA. IND. RIY'.
> Salnni. VaiunliHir. Fin DapartmatMld.nt VPW, J.dla.t.wsCommad.rJo..pb. oU Tub' (Vt tl. Nov. S. It 1*. 1M4Notlp Tl M her In.bund., t Furs Piers. UNITARIAN Ii..eh. FELLOWSHIP
-Kob.rt Juhnoon1.4I'd Trallor fork. Stouts. .0.nfi.rl.: ; U' Community C.ntr
/ Tu... Plnbou.. W, Pimto II"TII'' n. tuTwOTM\ B..IHn. Tra F'ellownhip e.s.ay unra.. Fort Pit'. B......
r------- - .t-lrd oak, loll (ua. Pal Horn 'nCllllfTtR: FleTITIOt0 OApN Ten:.t"tl *arh of you ar. hereby suds. ""h..1. 5,*5 U...am. buedayPENTECDTAL 8"nd.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS I. h.rMv a-tvon" thou theendrnlsmrd S oomplatnt tn fore-
AMl' Chapter, Onb of l D.MoUy VPW AaaOlarr, Stuart ........ tho n""lot"n. .loa.* rvrtaln niortmnre-a on th. fol BlaLIE-I..to.
I Ma.ter Councilor Jan lry.lu. omm.nd.r_..... J.nnl Smith of Chantrr |0,I11. I...... of riorl l... 101OInll' drrrtbnd p.op..rt, 10..1t: CUIITIS 4KINNER. hooter
.41* Man 'iSO .... ...0.1, Tempi. it-lrd Wtd, Ouldaa. tat) BulldlatMISCELLANEOUS Acta of 14t v-iii r-..I.t.>r with the Th. Mouth. 117 foot I,f I.at 4. ill.. 90110 .... Sunday S fad - - - HEADQUARTERS AT WEST OSCEOLA AND ST. I.VCIE Ol.rk of uhf rirrnlt roiirt In tnd of Unt S. and) th* North I tot ill. ... Sunday Kraaiwlhtto,, .......
i AMl Ma Mil. t...(. for Martin Count. Florida' upoprr of tx>t 1 1 lit Hhurh I ld of Itrnpd .... Wadnacday. Bifcl. .'.4,
Wowhluf,,I M....... : J ., ..ll| t or r pl. .
O.nn4I71..Pk. w+'+.W. r/'ym/ l" t t1 > frouf puMlMllan; 5Ptill J:1'lt: 1.lonJ: fp t.If'lti: CETHSEhlANE
t ... M CUR Air P.trm w.W R.rood. : CHURCH OP CHRIST
I I |at-... Ihuri S p. f ,. ., 'r nitre, th* .'j.! tltloit. (lama. t..- or'Mortl" l'.n" Plnrids OR CHRIStIAN CHURCH

I iau Millar Clrcl., Elk.PnMldant Cummsod.rLimtt.nnJ.. .... P. Stnac rA wit: TRIO ,''t.J'.p..nT ho .berm rll..1 aaalnol you. and ynpions Cbonh Swlol J..... IIII
Mr Dor thy Hard. Masts VuMd.yi 1:10: P rmluWd t, LEON &
i. army a copy t your RAEER:
f nd Tbun I p m.. k.lki: Lvdt CMnmltlM *f 100 1 ?$ under wblrb 1 I"will FIX,."IT**. In b"alnf Aiow.r. r Pl.odsne to ( : Coon- 1.64 as as15d.,, Bbi.1i.i..r.ilo-. :
lain' the plilntirr.' .. lJ.m. Xwa.,
D on attorney.lli .
\ rt : W.rohlp A.rr Ir
S t Sigma PU SorarityClln ""h.l.mn-I.*. Comb. m.a h..Inr m. 0y1.N. .1 ,1r5
I t' d 4 hi \ >n Jon*. Mathcwn/ I d tr.t\ Id/ San 7burod.v. Bib). "
II I K.oe, tlv. DlMclor-Ro.a Phllhrbk l n h- t..ty I ptuart Martin Own donnw A. IMI (Had. ,. Florida'. and I roilyLF.OIL
KM Ck.pter .11 W. O.... 81... AT 1.4SSS l l7r tot. Fls Ina Ni y.4..IrAIn
Vri.ld.nt- Mm. U. J. Abbott i f:: ('II'* thr /:k01, .' .r nr I'lmdntf AD.FoRTi': RM- '',,,,
sold! hn.ln'i I. 0. ANofRtuart
F\Q tn Ibo" th* I lork ol the
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|M.Ird. Tbun S p.m. born** Lad, Colim ** tlw /'th.t
Florirla. thr. or. f Irrult l'nlln In anA fur. Martin rlltf'I. '" 'Till..
; XI I Gamma Phi ChapterVn Prmldant-MM. (Ill ltart..lt'UM l,. .r M k t 6 C no "th... persons lnlr.td In aid (Bounty' 1'lorido, on oy h.for th* 1tf.IIUU"L .::1'1'Ce1.i.10O
_Mr.. Jim tMT.tlrd SiSO, ..., M C.Coif a Ouy.OhibLlvaly bualnr.a. Inth, day; of NBr...mh..r: 1S44. If you '" "'"

Tbun, S P..... ..... Art ClubPr.W.mbMr. J ell 1I"'H! full. to .0 .,.. .dll'm.nt by dohultOIII PITTTHN Nil/MRNHItNFiHM: n.f\ h:.,
R '' Yp 1 Intbxlr. ha .lakan. ....In.t you for the. <'It. nr Rtert Ibu.t .
M.r1r1.5Howl...05uU0s. .. L. Alba ArbgWIN A f"tiinr Florida.Pub ,..Mrdnmand..d In ,...' Otnplalnl .RiJ'TLAR/ : thou 1'IllhfARY
ibt-Mr. rinctlnns
rM.. loll .., homes ..n r d VI. IS tint. 8, H IS I"U Thl. satin .hall b. "..."II.h'" n..... .r .t...... .B.. and for. 01,. the 'hp.
...... nook for a. .r. hen
rJ 'I. bom Martui Cuaty Pair. AwMlatlw. aph 4 ronn utlt wools by rolled. end ,'ball be hold ,.
'OT'I'\II n. tOTototOfflO" 'I'llNRONTFR In Th Mtuiwt fcw. a naw.Miprr of .
Irmtbvn' Dr.Molay Club .....M.. -J. W R..... : rIl'TITpiNR SOMANnOre '! tonrral', circulation. ta Martin and TrMati)0.rlob. of irnrrmb.e
.._Mr.. Juk.on Wrlfht .>t Mon, 74t a.m, A.rlcoltaral. Bldt la hrv plvep that. tb. IY r'lurld
t)> Man.. I.ISO pm Mwonl. T.mpbAnlli.ry anderalvnad tindr MM provtntnnanf lMne 1j:J ord..... .. Stuart L"-j \'P.by 1'8'. ... ft"tt..ly. .. o'"1I1..eI
Marlin Cooaty Mt aa' Cm.top dub I.dju. lh.hp Uth d.y of Orioh. low for h. purp.a,
I Ito.' ta Indlu. RI.. Chantor losrt Law *f Enrich i Two ti .Pty .: !r.I.CIIII.:
oa' p1 PnMldanb-ld Htobwrd Ant..f IS4I. fill .'.1.'*. with Ihe .b.
Mt M.trlaroh. Ol.dr. Fon...' Tu*... hell pm,, Clll...... Clerk nf th. Otrciilt f> and for Martin County. of Stuart
th TIM. I .-., loor Ball North Cower r._ Biril* for Martin <
of Odd FUw. of prmif of nubllratlon" 04 xirothv. pi.rra, Clorkll.n. S'ROrLAIMJ': Ihl. 12.11 di,. ot
lut OrdOT Prm14.n0.Alb.rt Eru..elSnd
n.p.*< tbla not'c the rl tJtlo..* flume. to. Ortobr.. ,
.\ Jun. A. Notices AT Spot
I l,hl* Onnd--Laul" Ch..oa T....... ...Ia.. IIp wll: .ttlerny5 far Plaintiff MAY M'. ( tWINE

.:1h: :: (*boy nyI Ball Marti. Caner Amateur Rod Club JlOtltIIotosn. 1'Tt iT SHOP ISrat A. Ilayur.<-oramilony: (
; md.r. whirh. w. wIll ..1111 I pbust. tall* niaria, Florida (''KAI,

.... .1... E....._, II Pn.ldn' _BUI Brlttoa T-4441 alor .... )0ar4otrD$00tO l ..1_ ly John B. Hakar ATTKUT
n lot Pawlarah. -.rhurmond. WIUout Third Thun. .. L par AT M bo.ln.u 50 Ilnhe! .r't1., \. blur.1o Pub: Xot. U. SS, PiaP.. .. tt IM4.H CALL 11: Mrl"RART'
.4th TUM I p.mIUUP HaUmir Mantis Cray I4.i.rooP'.Id..ORul.nd ***Mp / Count'. KM"*" Sortie.51.Mrut.4 ; Aa t'itr l'I irrk-Auditor
"/ in .aid ....1..... aN N Nook. n. U. -I. !II,. I, I
n. is tllf
Dub sod AuxlUaryroldcnt M.rrtU TUP Mt TTY JIIKJPCOtllT:
Barbp ear. w. rrMPK i>of IO VARD Rif'rof :
Gor>* Tuttl: l.t Tu.... loll, p.m. Pint N...... Bk Hob 8*
Wo '. MA.r > ........ Int... Shim
4th. Mutual. LUUM SantwSMntary Ihrn are i- r.lto Rolarr Club
a.l ,........ Iw t; hwln.pr "fuoLXia
... -Cart H TlraMInd ulrd ; I:. porrrn.IW I
.4u FN MuuuO 0.m J.'iJ-; .4th Tm*, I .m. FY1C: fIq Tni r-...... War W... ItilS
l.d..twt. f
.Palm. City HMM aMMtrattmt Oak PuA. Ort. tVNor A It S>. 1>Mi ".-rirpi Tit 0Nrt/lt(1N0: I Dr. RPM B AMtoa
0. .......... TO AI.I rBIIIt.'UI ANI> ALT.Plmtml't It -
r" Pmldnb-Mn. lello""". P.tM'.ejTom. oow $ HAYING R M.... -tbib
yuld..b-M. Ro old /tuna Ut ., t,t a ill cyta\ ()pt"*> IR in: :1U'hf rtrry Or'COCrtT f tl'\Ti. r>r:VItt a AOAIJiHT PAW **. I --....,

Mua I ..... ..- . .. :. TtTKTu. : TndcfMmt
..t.lrd .r .. | Club 10 wml.JT C.RSTITA and! *all of you, arc ........ *

a ...MoldomoMr trd P m. notified and raulr. >4 t. prut I
a ald 1..11. tall r.f. fat *M boa pb>M O! any ialM *r demand* wklth I

.....11I W..... I' ..- pen |..l ... HMW p.m.a.tr tlmi Cob ,("HnlnTft CJilDL! I OP *|vbr *f' you. m*, .n*** .r J.I I r-
l. GInOWorth' OCEAN BOCUVARU: ., latat nMOIJ.l. fe rOTTEH.r :
porb.w ON EAST tha >
d BURNS: :\ Ul\l
>gUARTlJtS ,
Qsd. Adri.orv"'IdpHi.: Pn.ld.niMn Slllab ....11.I. ... ., ITII r *a4i late of Martlaj ('..,'.,
'_ 140 .... M..o.N ,"-,10t I., Thun. 141, p..., Cl..l. data ._-- Ptu't4p1'N.e Pterld' with flllnaf .f PLr. CITYCOMMISSION
5p41rd .. -- IYTERIIJTFIJ5IY\. 111Plot. ... It tb. Cwmty Ju.i4j*'* Court ofbtoniB
1'." ....... II.."". PUy.n ft Martla Caualf .
t.bi. Grad" N't... Ono loot R.n Hall Pr.ldnt-Jhnl. .* O. Ska* Sixteen Lord and Phil Sameck .to", ConxTvalio: Club spomoie4 by ()\1.A : WERici Im rup t"P't'MfUt:, TT .I ......rt.
.. M..... I '. IM Ird T...... S pm. D.Mra) WMtmi DoysatOcala that a writ .t MMla nwnlh from ties dose of th.
I : E'O: r ..... Tb... S >Ja, BualMM M..USt ... of the local club. I the Civiun. Club of Stuart Cce t* b* lh.Tl*:t Will sot4Ttosa.: burr pubrlratlnit! *4 thu notlr STUART

SfsM.erLWi L.... UWt YMbl Cob GamporceSIKV WhiU at tile camp the N'II"a" moot ..It.t.al4ra| phas hops mir. rtAtM :.NC MtvtMi MIHTMH '
.. lion.." dm pr i>at It rourt.Toil l"r|.Y awl KM TO Air FILED
1 p.1 CUb C..mn4.n-La* ...... canoed. hoer SPACE FIFL CELLS i A W KR ri T Cr>MM IJf P1Jk'A7K.
.._ biked and Ui REGULAR MfTTCSGAlwirs
01 .
( I members the Stuart .
... IM Tbors. s .m. ywbl alA r wltntn .It rat RI.ANCHG; x. J"OT'MIR.: :
_1..0-.1.. AlJO4unut. TMII. Club. csmpfir meeting Saturday Fuel cells for th Oemm ,rom Ik. ....t. *l *... tMNpmrp.oyNi Kmrutri *f th* E>tat* *f
It T...Cmtw.l.t Stuart Hard .< BMltr. Junior Conservation Club Mended! was a plumed ralM>ll f thU .> U Romp K. Pwrt.v 1 rloeoe.4 i ..... \1. W Mol 4/h
I'" TroloirCoau.rip NowsM ....''d... -..***. TtN! the Youth Conservation League night and on Sunday then ,.aj a spsct craft WIU us* hydrogen Ik I. ..:rt an4 .Mw roviw, If so.M pare H.rb atnart.Atton F1rIdaN145

nD.. P .p....Ed 100" H.II Ut Tbun., S .... Stuart BXaJStuart Campore at Ocala Youth Conservation short religious *Atvici under the and oxyfen. Chemical) energy from n..:..._18 why. .... 1.5.afrt..N.. Ovlll.. lb't" (Pt.: (1. IJT4YAN 0154F. MOND.TbS1'W1

5 hmd. Dui...... .. ..... Nhd.'W Btamo IrbypntrM.Nn.a. Camp 0<::1. 16, 17 and I 18 trees. the reaction will be convened \Into ). r =( (:.. IJTr014YB 4 LI1'T1U.x 11W

0. .... CO- .. 11- Ttu lays jatlietctl: at tlM Stuad: : Eighty-tout( member* of Youth ,ketnctty Th* ingenious arts .y* far Rl. vtrUPt I
5a Maur '1 Srd M**, S pm, f ub*. U>iiTTMHat I Judea I .... wen..
.daw ''- '' ......... Soar Club, .* -- Youth ('.Nett after school ffW.Z'' ('a MMVatMM club.m 44) M..e will yield at. impetus bsoua. R1 f.tIt Tis.sInrrtyrl. .*.*

\ WarM.ttrreo-M J.osroh. Mush It_. ,..lPo... 1.19514 H**, S .... Ta.* c... and wen driven to Oc\U by "Pop wen present. The local Junior tkiolina water for: UM astronauts. ::: : Pub Oat IS. MeW *. *1. IS. IH4 .......

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TT IR STUVRT (TI.rUa ) NTW J Thunia,. No****** *, 1964 7-C
and Mn. Jewnehorn and Beach a Round Roan >>UI'ftB- 'I Riptide Pla}-crs Sponsor: I .
...d .4ic. WM er Week. It taent. Ocean Braee won 21-6 I
'I and lean. wrf Larry Fielder C,de Red- Africa is the original home of I In many primto societies the
a most enjoyftM! evening tlft0 tr and' Archie Faille' Lou Tu- i the guinea fowl. This clone relative .I un was considered a god and it
left with beat wfehe' tor Trudy IM and Willard Pius, all tIC Ocean Beaux Art Ball Is of the pheasant was introduced was believed tbjt if a prospective I
] Mr. and Mr, Rotart Wright Phew won all four of theiram i to rur1'C'II PortiiKw-o c\ I I bride wu/ed >"i the sun he wouldi
i arrived from Indiana, and Qn Wedneatkiy Nov 4. the plort'rIn the i\tvnth!; t cntitrv I i>< i.i-u.1111 ,I., huo i-hildren
Ocean Breeze Club will West ----- ---- --' -
at their home in the new part. go .
P lm Beach for a ntwra match Set at Sunrise InnThe
Mr. and Mr.. Felix Bohn from Art Joh *x) made the arrangements I
Barbara, Calif., are new- lor the tournament.

to Florida.our park. We welcome Leo Williams is hack: from an second Beaux Art Ball Lorraine Kirt and Nellie Pezzoni.A .
to extended and varied trip in the will be held Saturday. Nov. 21 t at command perf>rmance for F'IIEMI"
Mr. and Mr. James Ramsey Northern States Sunrise Inn. Annual affair i is sponsored the court and the subjects will be
I Inverness! left Monday after a by the Riptide Players.
I : i it with their friends Mr. and Mr. and! Mrs Harry Lewis have Theme of the ball will be "T ve- the high spot of the evening. Stuart' -
Luther Weeks: arrived from Canada for the sea ning in Paris" for the court The answer to the "Beat1t! ." Martin -
I son. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond also "reigning monarch of the court County' gift it> the "Can-Can."
Mr. and Mr*. Bill Krowartz' from Canada are here. wilt i I t he "King' Joe M zclla; and music by Carl (ireco will be ROWELL
Cleveland. Ohio, are back "Queen" Margaret Puller: and nobles served to the public. FURNITURE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. William Peel
the wa'ltfin their cabana on will be "Dukes" "Kelly Row- For the gourmet there will he
Street. gon.came Mich.in Friday, and are night established from Allo-in ell and Ray Johnson; "Duchesses' a Bunk"lavish nutlet. It will fun.bo! a "I I eft( Dial AT 7-004 We Give Gold Bond Stampe

Tuesday Bridge Club met their winter homo 0 n Hibiscus -- '--_.f'YC'nin-\f_-- ----- -- .. ..;
' six tables playing. The play- AT BVRRY (let l.FGF r-
were Mary Week. Elsie Ak- The regular movie will start THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO THE
Val MacDonalJ. Lillian Tow for the winter season at the usual! Miss Constance Ann Lynch
time 7 at the clubhouse.As of Mr. and John
Bea Barrett, Irene Burgess, p.m. daughter Mrs
Cammack, Mr. Kroncnbit- usual admission ia free and A Lynch, was officially received ANNUAL HAIRDRESSERS': '
En- all residents! of Ocean: Breeze are into the .student body of Barry ;
}:id,Myrt. : tiilo Barker, welcome. College Miami Shore, at freshman jycf
Mr. Kronenbitter investiture during a ceremony:
John Gilbert and Clave
Sunday, Oct. 25. Fach girl received -
Al Mr. Lit-
Catherall. Sharp
enjoyed and bridge Friday
Mr. and Mr*. Robert Wright her academic cap and gown %
evening with their friends the
and Mrs. Par*, and Mr. and signifying her role a* student of e
Fosses, in Vero Beach.
*. Gordo and Dr. Moore. The Barry College. She will wear her CHARITY
were awarded to Mary Mr. and Mr. James Fox front cap and gown at all important func I
Robert Wright Dr. Moore. lout, III, are visiting their friend lions on campus.
Kronenbitter. Jim Cath- Mrs. Val McDonald Tim year ) freshmen representing I
and F. T. Little. nineteen Male and ten
I Mr. and kin Russell Speck: foreign, countries ranging from
Elmer MacKenzie Keene. from Pennsylvania have arrived Rome Italy to Los Angeles, Calif., DAfT 4
H. has arrived to upend three for the winter. Other returnees participated g
in her place on Fifth Street, are Mr. and Mrs William Byroni I i
return home for a short time from Ohio, and Mr. and Mr i The U.) S. SIO.lXMVbill( ) ) .. bears the DJILJL.A /
come back with her family for Charles Houchins! from Canada.Mr. .I portrait of Salmon P Chase.!
winter. Houchins is an excellent ar --- -- s
tist.. He teacher art for resident
Turns from Long bland of the park.
Y.. i is vacationing here for the Salon SATURDAY
( He spent tome time at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roth enter- If I ,
N. Y.. before coming tained Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Keith t
and their ton and wife at dinner NOVEMBER 7th
Saturday evening in Fort Pierce :
and Mr*. Thomas Clancy
t."r. near Detroit Mich., have ar Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ochlinger 0fBeauty AT TIMS
to spend several month at from Simon. Neb., are at their
cabana on Sixth Street. After home on Fifth Street for the win. r
tma. they will take a western ter.
California. PORT ST. LUCIE ,
including: Mr. and Mr Henry LeDuc ; ,
and Mrs Willis Tanner from Tawa City, Mich.? have ar.Ir.and ,
Arlington are now ettablikh- rived for the winter. nOUSSIONA"IEAUTYCARI l

in their home on,Seventh Street., Mr*. Everette Garrett COUNTRY CLUB ; y wss
and Mrs. William Bcstamer have arrived from California for
Akron. Ohio were driven the winter. They had a mot inter.
,yth ir grandson, and are ?stmg summer -of travel in California .
home'on Tenth Street. and Arizona, hut were real ByVIRGINIA

and Mrs. I-oui Klein from have glad( to fascinating'get hack to hobbies Florida.such Both as KINNE OwnerFRANCIS For the Benefit of The Indian River Mental Health Clinic

Ohio are here for the shell collecting, leather working, Opconln" Music lly:
and painting. Mrs. Garrett take
: Club met time i for nursing in Martin Mrmor : REDDISH
Friday Duplicate
Clement Hall with six table Pal Hospital and has been a Pink
the Mitchell movement. Lady.. The Beach CombersS
were Mr. Hakin, Gladys Friend of Mr. George Tharne -
t Mary Weeks, ROILY En- will be lOrry to learn that she tOW Pedicures '
Lou Tanner, Erema Sackett, broke her wrist which will delay Facials .
Barrett Jessie Armstrong heir coming-dews- .nbii tmte.. { I PR
Wilmott Agnes Corliss, 1)ress
Mr and Mrs. Lee RoUt left I 9-30 TEL 1-30
Burgess! Bee Smith; F. T. He will ht chant\ !Monday COUPLE Optional .
Al Cote Mr Proescu. Ot Sunday for their home in Michigan November, 9lh to attend a
I Dr. Moore Jim Cath after a visit with their par
Charles Slezak, Mr. and ent here. They were accompanied llalrdnmlng fembiiir' CALL 287.4400 For RESERVATIONS
I Jack Watson Beth O'Brien to the West Palm Beach airportby 304 OSCEOLA: AT 7-OSJ4

and Mr. Felix BOOn Mr. their parent and Mr. and Mr*. __ ______ -'----_ .. __ _. _u __ _____ ______"' ___._ __ __ :.. _::-c-::==-
Mrs. Preston and Dr. and I Irvin Keith. :
Moore. Prize went to Gladys
The ladies' class has started' !
first the gym
I and Roxy Enfield ;
second and Ethel Wil- for' the season It i Is taught by
third. Mrs Ruth Murphy at the club-
and Otto Chihau.

dance have started up for _house." Jl _.. i I Ir

fall and. winter season at the Palm Lake Chevroletworkpower

Ruth Griffith hAl returned
the winter after spending tome
I with her mother-in-law Mr Park News
cilla Griffith, in West Virgin '.\
Mr*. Griffith wa one of the b, "
and most beloved reUenu )1,.. F. P. CAINM
pirk. She lufJered Ii hip' in- Ph. J87-536J
thus year and! went to her
'* home. Ruth had a love -
in Canada this tummer. CARD PARTY

a1 the Ocean Breeze Park Palm Lake Park Civic AoeJatiun ;- r
: Club entertained the Club had a canasta card party .
Park Club of West Palm Wednesday afternoon Oct. 21
In the community room of the
Pint National Bank. There were
several table in play
Prize were awarded' to the following <
Grow yourself a ladiev Margie Pine, Mrs. l
i Rose Pearson Mr. Hazel Mason,
Mrs. Mary Unk Mr. Charles M
"our a d. Catherine Schumann, U II'' tr.

d MONEY TREE Council itr*. Frank Punks* and Catherine, ? -'

Hostesses were Mr. Mary Link
with and Mr* flora Atcorn with. Mn.Dchlia .
bac ; Ijtchnrr and Mr/ *. Kale
lurforii atwMing.
The neat party will he held Nov.
REGULARINVESTMENTS 1 II 1 al I p.m. at the tame location.

PULSONAL Mr. Hallie C. Young and Mr.
frank Game Tailed with Mr. I I"walks"
refesiia England of Martin Mobile
Invested at 'ark Tuesday evening.Mr I

*. Frank Gaines called on
i 'boo Mr*. John Aotoch. who .ha* been
i ill. She la much!
quite improved
o 117 INTEREST at this writing right over bumps and trouble

Mrs Anne Ham! and Mr
0 COMPOUNDED Hara VaugM from Jensen Beach Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of

o 0 .QUARTERLY and of Pete' Rio BOH called' and on Mr Mr.. and Ed Mr Snyder truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver
v \
I. B. Lechner.Mr 8]
and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups
*. Bear Joe Fldler of Port
!telenw la rhitmf her mother, Pot,*. II'.a proved system wHh miHIons ofmiln of user experience

j Money invested by the 1511 HaRk Young.: behind it Try it out on one of Chevrolet"lreat Fleetsida or

earns front the first Mill CONE.llrrllUAY OUiKATIJ?* Step$ le pickups.. OM of the big reasons that Chevrolet mzI .

yean oM thi* ,..,. On tizzhngunmet .
day to I9O4 at the St. Ttltphont your Chevrolet chats about an. i>p. of truck
Firs Mortgage Corp. Lou World" Fair, a* 'ice cream
vendor ram out of serving 4th *.
I t"t
A eighborieg cmKewom who
OF STUART oU asp algae waffle came to
the nacre, ahapmg .hm penny con
E.t Oc aa BK L Aewe from the Cowi--- la Shaul. DIal AT 7018Cor faction anto cone to bold the fee

rAJlattcAT*26th. *street* *-.101.2300-: ,V..p.ada... )?l *e*, Did HO I4JMIMS cream. BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANYCOUHUDO

A >aitorm aynem at Mchwarfoe
msrhen fvownl report WKM
adep5rd the U.& to 125. ..rENt' 'I i....... MAL AThMf' 7-WM

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s-c tra; STUART f craa NEWS 1M Ole QMer Restaurant on U. Seaboard Offers "Thw Motion of the Seaboard
Thursday, Novcmbff 5, 1964 t. t .r ,..,, Nov. 1-and a Watch Out You'll'Yellow ernes wxJwr DM Jurisdiction of
BouquetsTo Weep ar-t x>ning. for a new Dogs To Cooperate on our division **.in0er at Jacksonville
1 t LOCAL STUDENTS 4MrpriH. and Martin County in- Clearing WeedsThe and I am requesting that behave
ENROLLED AT USF ..v.tM line Kwik Car Wash, someone contact you andcooperate I'
I, Folks tram SUurday. Oct 31, to Saturday Seaboard Air Line Railroad to the extent practicablein
Four Stuart students are among Out'If You Attack the MailmanStuart's
, Nov. 7. The busineetes are Company has offered to cooperate eliminating breeding places for
I a record 6,498 enrolled at the
iKte by side on Stuart new "Great Martin County's weed mosquitoes snakes and rats on
I University of South Florida at On the GoMartin White Way" clearing in our right-of-way."
I Tampa this fall They are David. bravest dogs are going that the repellent doe not replace whimper, the dog will put its tail program --
Duncan, Cheryl Heath, Betty lug.i is a vital growing county BILL AMBLER for Gosh, to go yellow-if they don't Mop the policy of non-delivery of mail between its legs and retreat It T B. Hutchcson chief engineer The power of ateu-r radio
i bee, and William Martin. i if attempting to halt the mail. where there is Richmond Va, has written stations u limited to 1,000 watts
a dog menace.
I -made so by folks who are yodon't\ know by now you\ leaves a yellowish coloration: on engineer: output
will. Bill is "Mister Beau. The mailman, who both giveth "It is the Frederick L. Bell county
dog owner's -
Farming is responsible for employing "on the go, doing constructive: .. fourth responsibility the dog's hair, which is removableby .
best third, second and
workers busi- .auon and the way we catalogs to control hit dog, said This coloration is a
I 7,000,000 things opening pew washing.
There to Jass mail, and taketh what West "We ask
now away their
express your appreciation cooperationin : of the -
houses identification animal
tesses pusbinjIVIC
j .. I, r. what he has bone and Is do. he householder desireth to mail, keeping their dogs confined during help if'a rabies is am let
i and community check for necessary. -
activities. sports This column fron, I '., i* 10 make out a check:: to Stu- hal been the bane of dogs ever usual delivery hours in the ." ,
..i Garden Club: U S. 1 Fund, since Ben Franklin started the neighborhood."The .
week to week will recognize the: Whether the yellow tinge badge
IdNIQ and mail it, c/o William E. Am. postal service. -
individuals who build, dog repellent 'Halt, is
improve bier, P. 0. 865, Stuart He'll will be regarded as one of shameor Q
1 I IOi I plant and beautify, and otherwisedo Box It's the stuff they take away that classified as an effective and safe honor the of >ervicei
tee that it's spent for highway notes loyal dogs to anger. They aerosol The depends on point
A good things (Noteif: you spray American Kennel that
It is
barely possible verysmall
have any suggestions, mail themto andscopmg-and you can claim it regard it as outright stealing, and Club, the American Humane I I View., distinguishedfor DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
dogs, never Expert
ai a tax deduction. hold the toward .
P. O. Bon 1047. Stuart.) same view garage y\ssociution, the Popular Dogs' scaring anything, such a s
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN > men who tote off valuable SUPERVISIONWIDE
, Publishing Company, and the Humane MAINTENANCE
' I ,..... Pomeranians, may actually
ft Yur DrtUi MAYOR RAY COOKE, City garbage. Society 01 the United States I
WE fCRVX LUNCH former Minnesota who Commissioners: Arthur Sims, Dan This warped point of view- were advised that the mail carriers bark at a postmon to attain SELECTION OF HARDY PLANTS
he had retired theatre dcClure, Bill Todt, Jack Hart. understandable only if you are a were going to use the repellent and prestige. SOLD RETAIL
STUART DRUG CORP.i thought as a
I 4tan aDd City Manager Joe Crow- dog-has caused Postmaster! Robert also advised. of the tests made with \.
.. chain Is
....,. .. now "up '
i a I. DI.I"T 9 operator ,
It .er, tor their support of beautifiuon L. West to issue the the aerosol and indicated objections "
dog repellent no -
THE IIIiXAU.: 1T0. i to his ears" In business in Stuart. Pelican Landscape1:
'' __ -_ I He announced grand opening of the "Great White Way, "Halt," to mad carriers at to use of the product under EVERY TIME A FOREST
and the marvelous new paving the Stuart post office, with orders conditions: indicated FIRE STRIKES
project throughout Stuart and Lit- to use it "on any dog that attacks." "The effect of the repellent will ,M9 rr and Nursery \

Ask us about a do Dixie for, without their of "Dog bite injuries,' said Postmaster wear off in ten to fifteen minutes. CSS YOU LOOP ROAD PALM CIlV IIrti i\\:. (
leadership and direction none '
> West, "account: for 18 per The repellent is not harmful to the .
z. PERSONALITYSTYLING this would have been done. City cent of all injuries to postal personnel dog nor will it cause! any damageto Phone 287-1918
Manager Crowder is back at his GET BURNED
each_ year He emphasized or humans Without a
desk, in spite of the fact that be --- ---
: has an enormous splint on his
J right leg. Joe cracked a bone just
above his right ankle when he
hair will
expert stylist
1'Our off bus in Jacksonvillelast .
stepped a
Kt create a Coiffure that suit IrIINIT
I weekend, while attending a
t your very own personality. convention of the Florida Leagueof BAYER
Call for M appointment.J T
{ Municipalities. Hope the leg RUB
soon mends, Joel!


not here-he and his wife Betty DRUG STORES
(I' BEAUTY SALON Kay, are operating Sherwood Forest : 1 BOTTLE OF 100 E
i, at Cedar Mountain, N. C 0& REG. 1
''y I Near Stuart Port Office has been doing things to aid the $& J.4 21 ; G.

Managed by Vlrgle Davis community He has donated use 1 ; 51
Dial 287-4983 of an empty store place on the
vqir 117 E. 7th St., Stuart M
ground floor of his building in
downtown Stuart to ten dittercnl 47 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD AT 7-1737 SALE NO.DOZPAC/OF36REG.6
organizations for rummages and DAYS /
other. purpose. In the past year. We Reserve the Right to Limit' Quantities THRU SUN. "I" .

ROSS PH1LBRICK, executive S
director of the Committee of 100 l'' NEWT JUliA MAY WHY DO THOUSANDS OF
ibly assisted by the membersof TRIPLE JUMBO JACK

; 7 I pushing processing a new plans"tourist for a new brochure Holiday -, p DAYS. Today Thru Nov. 8th "TO BRO WARD

Inn here, and placing a campaign EVERYDAY?
with Field" Stream reminding \
the nation that this is one of Because at Broword you get the lowest C
fe the finest fishing l spots in the world. 40%. tTUBE possible price consistent with the highest
e 69 quality. You can't buy better......... 0
FRED BELL, county: engineer,
completed his first year of service .. SO, WHY PAY MORE?
IJ I \ Makely'sNOW in Martin County this week. Few .'3! M
J t county engineers in recent times
OPEN have been here that long. Stay HeleneCurtis SUAVE 10 EDWARDS P
I with it. Fred you're doing a great

t MON. & FRI. ng job+ to We the commend line" on licit what for he"hew.be HAIR SPRAYALL : TIME CAPSULESHEGULXR L

lieves Is right on subdivision regulations -
I i NIGHTSFALL and sanitary codes. fired
stands up and speaks out with an TYPES JT Tf Jl E
enlightened viewpoint even when! $
the opposition. Is heavy and vociferous REGULAR jfa / 99 T

t d
IIl River Shores, and her committeeof DETAILS ON HOW TO REGISTERED BRAND*
the Historical Society which 1.49 BAN I 1
f promoted the Clothes Line Art ORAL
1.1 ;I M Shows l and the Christmas Workshop 3; .
nothing an artist or a craftsman' appreciates THERMOMETER
; tI more than praise and money i R
--and they can do without part !
of the praise If they get doughfor ., NEW OUR
r groceries. Mrs. Dunn and her GIANT 1.1 09 Your number ray fc. e winner antl... LOW 9 9 U

why committee they urge realize you to that buy, which art from I.t is SIZE 75 NEW WINNERS EVERY WEEK' PRICE

local t artists and crafts from local .-. 111 75 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS G

I craftsmen for Christmas this year plus $75.00 CASH PRIZE DAILYI) I 12 oz. PLAIN or MINTPHILLIPS' ,
So remember, when you say: "I 1 MAYBELLINEULTRA
like that!" to add "How muchIs '


TO EVERYBODY, who work -

.1 ed so bard on the elections and make-up ly May b*I line. of MAGNESIA T
: who kept working until the last
poll-watcher and clerk left on Tuesday OUR
andKNITS night-each of you regardless LOW 1 .00PAPERMATE NUMBERS. PON THI attic lEOINNINa' WITH nOli I: OPENING REGULAR
of party or candidate d I 11 d PRICE we ON e so AY. NOV.4i\\9"- ihROUGMSTOIC CLOMNO ,
: a grand job in the American rutsocy N.,10,1964. R
tradition. rims .238tZ1_Trtp hr 1..,.M..1ce' City,"
t !0,000 P.1. p.lnu.
I SECOND PRIZEM010_\. ;Se.awe:' N.w y..k Cltr..
...... ., E
f 100.000 P.in.
PeiZE..r2974LwpoMwo 000 P.:h..Ph..'
Sotogether Letters FOURTH PRtZC. 249322 .f wlkr.lt R. .l Are S., .4
Stud...40,000 ".,.. ,.In'..
PROFILE PENSUM.RIGUIAR.HUSKY ril-TH PRIZE..J2J420 .0.t. ".... I. T.l..i.iM....* "1 rMELLO
'I 70,000,..... ,...... BOX OF 24

Drive IsZooming .MINT PATTIES

c | LL R.1e..sxTN...,. M.vl.PRI2r C M.2S.CVEKTN.'. I,.. I...PRRP!...kt25-11014Th i! ,PR111 Dry..,$ I
REGULAR 96 I 13,400 PN..,....,.. 96 10.110O N..'....,.. .r 5,009m r...... JUMBO JACK OQr
The classic elegance, '" SPECIAL O jf N

the soft, supple good 0251.. 1Oft2 osoon 997117 013221 5m v
mm 030221 11012{ 122911: :m:: '
looks the and 1011151625
I ease Off to a low start the driveto [JUST WONDERFUL T1Sd9N222t 1206111910 1 : 123211 64802S CRICKETDISFOSABUBUTANE
comfort of these get letters to Tallahassee urging 282620 2810271l3N)k727 216021 111020 mm mm 710111 72711SSS2J3 M
I that the Mate acquire oceanfront .257. 220427' 5762" 2$102)71ts. 4
marvelous knit fashionswere lands south of St. Luck Inlet fora SHAMPOOREGULAR 421.2. 3132' 292027 slate hula 730619 A
seashore pork picked up steam 521327 146227 32'016 629311 139516 ..25530SZ6692
meant for fall this weekend. 'I'm 331127 TtOSII .7816 150919 Au LIGHTER
toI121H 170117 (
St Lucle-lndmn Rivers Restoration 119411 : m: R
them everywherefrom ;
wear t UI046 92295/
League, the luck Walton REGULAR
League, Stuart Sailfish Club, Stuart 99. REGULAR 1.26 T
and Jensen Beach Chambers of 1.49
Commerce: and the City of Stuart I r Add Federal felt where opplicabl
were among those !leading the way : I III.
In urging Governor Bryant and I MACLEANS TOOTHPASTE %. 49* LAVORIS ANTISEPTIC 15'SOZ.REG.9S' $ wMnMnsjMS \
$1798SE2Es his cabinet to act now on St. Lucie i __ 1N
Seashore: Part. I! nVMV sJ TWi B HBnHM 'T ,
Many other organizations and l
Individuals pledged action to show j I II. FOUNTAIN
\ S to IS the value they place on getting one I I REG. 1.25
AND 8 to II and one-half miles of public ocean FEATUREI C
beach in the public's\ name. I IlUvt
you written? If not, please tOpi JERGENSLOTION DELICIOUS! TASTY!
do so Uxlay. The time is abort i, 0i
OPEN MON. and FRI.. NIGHTS Write Governor Farris Bryant and MERCURY
.' tend a copy to William R. KUd\ ,
executive director I.1. Board Tal- ,I BOX, OF 50 PORTABLE HIRESROOT I U
lahasaee. I,p, | IN CLASSIC BEAUTY |


Ancient! Peruvian masons! workuig ,
without mortar or cement, created MIXER OUR \ THE ALL-
J nr' 1 building that have; defied LOW 97 TIME

N. 2nd St. Phone 4612134PIERCE limo and hundreds earthquakes.So OUR PRICE FAVORITEBROWARD Y
J20 perfect: are many joints that REG. Q
'C. ester blades cannot penetrate I, 5.65 499 PRICE 6A RM

: The attraction of gravity causes
things to have weight

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