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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 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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VOLUME 'NUMBER 17 STUART. MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1964 4 SECTI.:>NS-3 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS




Protests: Ranch_ Sold for Citrus 1)eveloprrlentironght/ $526600( 1

I The Five City Candidates--One to Be I I .

i Myers Says Week !
Sale
It Was $1,081,600 Land

.... Counted Out in Next Tuesday's Voti1L! Septic Tanks ;



I t -T- ,I Battle Nears Fox Brown Transaction Was Biggest


The Battle of the Septic Tanks"will
be the feature presentation at
the next meetings of Martin Coun- 1 1I -
< I I I ty Planning and! Zoning Commission .
I k and the County Commission Acreage
I Dr William U Myers, presidentof !
.C
1 Kobe Sound Chamber of Commerce <.<\
I ,, a>a Y and chairman of the chamber A' y Qa/,

i '* zoning committee said Tuesday y Actt n c
I j that representatives! of the\ t its ,
Town of Jupiter Island and Hobe
Sound Company will join his groupin
I'l a fight to achieve a central
I I !sewage system! for Ridgeway Mo- Is Noted :
bile Homo subdivision I in North i

Kobe &xmd.According.
to Dr. M>en, the Forty-seven real estate' trans
IH I chamber was asked to give I it a actions involving a total of $1 I.- i
l views on the rezoning of the William ) OIlI.I too were recorded- at Martin

J J. Leonard property' to permit ; I' : County courthouse in the put
a mobile homes subdivision l : 9
RAYMOND:'\ COOKEr DVNIEL:'\ MCCLURE. KENNETH SIIMMKLL: I be established& there, as long agoas I weekWhile two largo tale involving

T F August However, said Dr : ranch acreage to be developed u
i
r 7. Mycrv the Zoning Commission: and : citrus land led the list the great
News on Folks From The j County Commission. granted RT majority were transfer of small }
zoning i without awaiting t bel home vies' 1

$ I chamber opinion and lowered I .. rrldHV, Nov, ((3. 1V64. was agood
r RamblingReporter t from 7,500 to 3,000() ) square feet j day financially lot Fox
the minimum size of lot for which
+ "drown and his wife Myrtle, both
I septic tank would suffice I r 1 now of Okeechobee: County.
Never too keen on a mobile
homes park in the area at all, most Warranty deeds filed In Martin
County courthouse indicate that
Hobs Sound residents t could
with the situation if central ICw-j on that date the Browns sold 2,.
Mil.LIONS Ot BIRDSNOW A. N k.. r Y l lf age were included said the .... +c !UK'(> acres of land In norlhweM-'
HEADED SOUTH t si "As things stand what we want I ern Martin! County for $826,600.The )() .
f land lies mile
about twenty
now is for all Hobe Sound rest-
of Grot
Alton W. Burnett
{ west of Palm extend
i Mich for dents to go to the Zoning Commission Martin
Point, ,
generally from Highway
:cnYorL. ; Nov
meeting on Thursday.
real l estate I' north to C 2) Canal
19 at 730 and the CountyCommission
Knowles is meek : p.m.
in Detroit now ,. Ulnworth' droves, Ine. whose
ing Sewalls Point his home Thov meeting on Tuesday aeldreua" i.i In Dude City, purchased
their wishes
cold! winters, at last! proved toe Nov. 24, and express Mi o) acres fur the win of $2W,,.
'much for me" he told The Stuart on the matter"Trailer 300 (about $460( an act*). and
Newt Burnett will build on Sew THK TOP FOUR, one of whom will be elected Homecoming Queen of Martin County Senior High Ivans: Properties In*, also of

ails Point land he purchased from .. art, left to right, Seated, Cythi De Burtolo and Ditnetie linker 'standing/ Gloria Kramoi*'and Jill Dade City bought" IJ064H acre
Mr Knowles many year be ago. Thu{ "::1'Ii! ;U '::1.l" 4: c a-s Truck J(onUy, The Queen will be crowned during pre-on\e activities at Long Held Friday vcnlng. for $!16$00 (about. $J'6 a a
is to grca
probably going acre).
: : UILLIVMS
winter for birdwatcher Flail' STUART LUND FELIX Fox; Brown 1 Ia a pioneer ranch
da, he informed us. "At Boubnj Plunges Into Parade Ahead, of take Worth Gumo er la western Martin County 'UwUna
Down Four Go!
One
to .
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(tureen. Ky.: last Wednesday mow 4' r r "6 6 sold by the Drown Iin Il
,
ins. he uid, there were literati] J St. Lucie CanalA' a rapldlbvelop 1 I Ing citro arro
millions of birds headed south ,, Next large"*. 4sllter.exrduJ, was
in Iwo ranks, one about 1.1XX trallcrtniclt. tq at ranch of Mr; and Mr*.'W; If, Rice
feet high and another 500 feet wK Mop for an opening, bridgePort iif Tropical Fruit Farm to inter
> ubov' it." He coutdn tell whai ,Alayaca. r.lunaellinto the St. .... represented. by Rober) f. Me
kind they were but Assured! ui Lucie Canal Tuesday morning Thursday Crotonins! on Friday Roberts/ Jr., a* tnniee
that the snowbirds are on th Coming Next Week bjiough, of the upended truck ; Ibis property consist of 175 \
," Waved out of the canal to block: -
\iay acre and a ranch home one State
Highway 98 and 441 throughmost The list t of Homecoming Queen National Honor Society, DisttIgFur dent Council. Fraice Kola. Road 76. II le adjacent land

DR. GROSSMCKLE NOW Next Tuesday' City of Stuart gible voters have bad their say, Warren of the Well day of Inkstcr. Mich., I stfurants war reduced drastically : Science Club! Judy Lisle; Thejwlnjiar of fhumlay' five now being developed for curua.
AMERICAN! BOARD OV primary electioo will be an elimination ft will" be "one down and four togo driving the truck north with a Tuesday morning! when the student 'I Sooth*in J, Betsy Nourse; SpanIsh -I lion will .be named .m1;orowlMkJ Rice, for many years, wits. a Stuart
contest Linda Baker 'and Stu- (Continued on Page 2-A) restaurant .
SURGWNIEMB"R! : loud of mixed from the" body of Martin County Senior Club, ? operatorlor
,
After the estimated 1,700 cli- Contestant ire Mayor Ray produce High voted twenty candidatesout .-.- a complete. listing of the
told Florida -- -------
Dr Jamil W. GrossniUlewhose Cooke incumbent Comm OfIer,I Homestead area Highway of contention by "J 1 he week's transfer, please turn to
office is at 811 East Ocean and Patrolmen Ronnie Prekup and running .
Dan McClure. incumbent ; Four,"" Traced to New Jersey Man Page 8 D.
became Sam Jones that he taw the gate Top

Boulevard recently a member State ConferenceOf challengers Kenneth S. Sti"melSluart ,
of the American Board of Surgeons Lund and Felix Williams' I go down and the bridge swing wide, lacing: a second balli4 .by the
the result of successfully but that some brake defect prevented student body on Thursday are
as the
They after two-yew post
completing an examination held -Civil DefenseSet held by re McClure and Cooke. Mini, him front Mopping the Cynthia DcBartolo I and Jill. Mot Stolen Luggage Is Found DickersonBid

at Chapel Hill, N. C., in October. mell hat been a commissioner andmayor truck. I ley, nominee of the senior class: ;
Congratulations doctor! William ran unsuccessfully Damage to the bridge wa estimated Dinette llaker/ representing the
-itCLASSROOM for SalernoA before; and in Lund' f'vst> a* only about $25. provided junior class, and colons "Kramer' I Near Sugar Hill Savanna
... that no further was nurmnated by the key Club.
TfrACIlLRS: try at pohtj truck : Is Low
RUN CONCESSIONS:'\ state Civil Defense conference The four top men will fight It caused' In hauling the backto : The other candidates: were: Jun I ive piece of luggage found route lo Miami lo attend a Convention :
will be held at the Manatee out for the 'two job In general! the road. No estimate of damage ior class.: Lillie Mae King, sophomore Monday. by the Sheriff Depart I i I He woo notified\ and. said.
All four concession! stands a I Yacht Club Restaurant in Port election on J Dec: 8. The polls 0pen to the load wu possible immediately class, Rachel I'enum and he would claim hi.. properly on
the Stuart-Lake Worth homecoming Salerno on Tuesday Dec. 8. at 7 a.ra.. elms at 1 p.m. at linda" Rein: annual I stuff, Shirley. ntcnl in the Savanna off Sugar the way home On 5 Jobs
game! will be conducted by: The luncheon meeting to which Stuart fire ttauon. Routes 98 and 441 are main arteries Irons! ; Art Club, Sandy langford; Hill Road west of Jensen Beach: It was learned that his car and
the Clauroom Teacher* Aasocialion around 100 county school and city The holdover city communion-- for truck; traffic serving the band, Kay Paradise; Belle: 11 Ires belonged to a tourist front New three! other had been broken Into
and all proceeds from these officials and busmeit leader have en are William P. Toclt. Arthur Everglade farming area. Club, Bonnie Heath, bets Club Jersey, according; to Sheriff Roy at a motel in I fort Pierce: on Sunday 1
sales will go in their scholarship been invited will be followed bya E. Sims. and Jack M Harlman Jane Raphel, cheerleaders: : Sara I night, I l Dickerton: Inc. Golden Gate,
fund. Cokes, coffee candy popcorn conference scheduled till 4 p.m. Each has one more year to serve l Munch: chorus: Juanell Prevail; C. BakerOne found. Sheriff f Baker wan hafted by the was low ,bidder Tuesday at Ttlla.
Hobby
and peanuts will be on talc. 1 Wild Speed Is DCT stiidcnis! Judy DcnnI renlh11" : piece by had beenholden 1 tisseee on five secondary read
-- yI fact that t the baggage
-- --- Thum. led Deputy JamesMills/ to
I inda in Martin ,
= (/ Rose Uighum( ; ,FTA, In the apparently project' County
BEATLE SHINDIG I IM I Frills; latin Club Nancy search; the area and recover four palmetto been. opened The Pickersun,: bid wa $7V
_
BAZAAR FEATUREA ; Death Cause on Melrose; M Club Susie Boers other. They contained clothingand : without having the who 73....Ie< neat In Hue war Rubin
and examined by person
"personal l effects: &Including an Construction Contrary, West '111mhadl.
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and Bea- -- Identification card of the owtier wnk It.
Beatle pantomime a $1\O,39J.9..
of the St. State Road 76 By contacting New Jersey Slate No trace: of articles: taken from
tie act will be features The project, all under. one
Joseph' bazaar to be held. at the Stokely Ad Is Police, Sheriff Baker learned that the other cart had been reported bid are; Bridge Road between UI
.
church grounds on Saturday. Dec. Wild speed brought death to Ken Church Jr, of Bordeniown., N by officer/ up .lo Wednesday" momIng. I and: AIA. Fish Sound: St.:

12 There will alto be a talent COItc' one and injuries la another Puerto I.. owner of the property was en .,. Loch: Avenue between U. S. I
.
for children up to sixteen years Rican flower worker Saturday Valuable for ----- -- --- -.-- -- and AlA I Port Salerno; Jensen
of age and a piano and a phonograph morning.. 'Beach Causeway rend between tha
art available Each act will The car they occupied passed Offers All Residents!! Invited new bridge and oceanfront AIA
t he limited to four minute Ed ', I Constable John Holt at terrific Coupon 1 Commercial. Strict in Jensen Beech
(by will be master of ce ceremonies. speed on Male Road 76 and he between P B.C Railway and Tern
Contestant should call M.... Ralph t ni ';:l "tiTG went In pursuit clocking It at I Housewives can save money on II Community Thanksgiving'' Is ppftry AIA.I : and extension' of a
Been 2J7-3640. i above 100 mile an hour beforeit fresh. -"Ironvthe-can fruit and veg- I traffw Wand near Kobe Sound!
"v :A ( II III skidded turned over and landed 'I|stables by clipping' coupons from I pew office.

A MW: PRODUCT WILL i I f against a fence, bunting into : the Stotery.Van Camp Ht-Fi full Set at First Baptist Church Work I fa expected lo start within
BE TtMFD LOCALLY I flame The accident occurred: page advertisement in today. Issue .I.II thirty day of receipt: of con*

Charles Etdredge .and Paul about Stuart fifteen miles southwest of of The/ Stuart Newt OIL Page. j i A Community Inanltgiving, I vial' mil" will/ !be furrtnKed by the I tract. ,
aUo
DicktrsoA Inc. war tuocetWul
JB. !Service! witl be held.. at the First Chancel hair of the I if si flapna I
Hcnse of Minnesota Mining & Both
occupant were thrown I of bidder at So<*.6M(>.74 ona
the direction
(Continued on Page 2-A) clear The driver, Ismael Rihcr Two coupon have a retail value I II Baptist' Church a Wednesday. -I- (berth under Mretch of S. R. 90 in Highland&
must dl.recur. '
Dahlia twenty-five, we dead. The I of 8 cents each, the other 6 and NoY, 21 at 7:30 pm. Rev A. M* Mr O l I. Edenfield. County,
Jorge Lull Rivera, thirtyeight : 7 cent respectively. A total of 2V hey I.owrle. assistanl pastry of the I : ,
paMcngcr
I I II : was rushed by Indian-; I I emu used! The CIOUJIfart lined First Presbyterian Church: will be A speti.l Thanktgfvutg' service: txvslkt.lta
Tale Twisting I town ambulance to Martin Memorial up in the advcrtuenttnt alongside in charge of the program. wilt. 'b, held at Rio /Baptist Church; Fate WON
I | Ito.pal where he war last lutcMiu reproduction of opened I Thus partie,,,..... will be ten. ac IP I m. Nov.:*. with Row. Neil IHRE
'
Methudiat"
By MCK JAMES reported in critical: condition with can of white and fuUencorn. Durward Kiwjril, Rev Arthur A. (.unsalii' of .IrinUy The Florida School Food Service .
TM. .- internal Injuries. The men worked pea, green bean*. sumalopreducis !Smith and Re*. Forrett H Watkins Church. Ie""'"en Beach; giving the AttucUlioo. Region 7, will meet
1.1'1'1 for a Stuart flower farm.Induntowa and such 'fruit* as "peaches, host .pastor. Rev Allan A mowae and' Jensen Beach Commumiy : I In the Stuart Junmr High School
Seems )! Fire I DeparVncnt Cherries and fruit cocktail I Stuart .ui bung the mesMg ew ICaD Haptul.' and Trinity lunch: department Saturday No.
upset over the poor showeig, they I quenched the baling 1955 model j', The/ can Idyls are the ant 4; tiilcdAn Jtadetiual Vucabu- Methodist choir, singing Tatbl.under/ 21 I, at 10 ..... A luncheon wilt .be
made but, who knows they ma t-\un
sedan which had skidded 3U2 I I till) women rrwarchctl by M ke- 'uiryTbii duelers" | oflit. sere.d at Parker Elementary School.
have won if you separate the quaW I ol .> service, Ia Momsured by .the. C b rt* 11 I' 50:11II11"wit
iiDR. feet off the road before overturnMi (".VIII Camp over a period M at own.
Kmda likeUncle
tty from the I service at II a.m.
quantity.
.. i Thanksgiving
Dave a and.coming to rest on a fence 1.11 rears, selected a* their choice: Martin County Ministerial A-*oLvcryone a 2 4.
says 1 a 1 n..radMy. "New.
"la pobuct" a l poo.' I in background Colors etuM .|.e invited Spa-. Oft Last Week- WeaJherl
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simple little I i -- -, rwe rag l t... k*..,.

trick like tup-. Best Advertising Promotion, l Best Feature StgrYtJlMt AgriculturalN) \\' "i4." : :II : fisii i r::
mullet
wet .
ping a ..
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m the Whit gT'gT'Ne.

House and tunvng W. IRA ILUA\U I of Stuart received the Ddta Delta frgnusannual Three 'Firsts' Press Contest _::.Ii I ". : :" II .i I/

bunch oofsold. award for dMtingwshed and meritorious service to the News Won in M.he. "....,./.,. tee" Meek tag;

faUuoned alley dentAl profestfaM at Spa Francisco; on No. 9 He bill been a TlCtttjl' AT
call ma,' have done the trick of member of Delta Deha Sigma, oUcsl ileMal. fraicrnky with I II leader. Coral Cable feiY", SMS? fcrraR5
chasing out the birds..*(Along about I llJOdO members sad inlcrnauuiMl i mefflbenhjp. smc* I".bcft f The Stuart New won first l |I The award were for Best AJ- Writing and Best Advertising i .Idea. ;I|Illumek I *J boca Rain. New. 1 1 nIl
Promution. fiflWhiAaniversafT i third place in Best Women New*. I: 1SJ jUt 159! ,
in (the :
thn lime .last year one of our fa he attended to MS SMI FrMcisce. award three dtvawMw of the vertMing byGirdun ? ::
convention, also held Mrs. represented1
The"- New was .. .
lhllll and) honorable meoilua for B *tTypography ht is "
moo doctor bad birthday. seem Florida Press Aswcarion annual, ediuun pw a* I. s Pa .
a wood pubifther. al ... I '
William accompanied I him and daughter. Mr* N. B. McLaine, I II Luck
1 I and 'l
8ct Makeup.Ibe .
bn name was something bke Bens N.taipapen Carnal lot January I944K ApicuUurmI annual tonaenliunof MOT IS _.J. I* lalit
er 111 never forget 1M Kalama oo, Midu and son. W. Ira Williams Jr., Tiler) Tow, 1964. thing the. New"- three I- News, and Bert Feature Surv. blew placed fourth in the nghty4d1h" Aawclatloii =ee :u w1 11.1 .Ul t:
Part-I were there tot Out prtaenutwo. / one such ie made I- aho seconJ InIh I I .bit of toward the -,.um-I| Plurals Pram : .
Only award New I
rut family See you to Church ,more plaque for adBaraJy.aas The won point 'SUvtt Sprieg aw! MCU...... ....... 1'1- sae tea l.waas r H iw.
betted
da) ) annually. cro+tfr4' ttophy I- claawTiiaUufM. Bo Outdoor stakes Award being by



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V hip STUART (Fla.) NEWS Flood Control Board at Vero Choral Club under the dirE! ,ction
'..bllnd.y, November 19, 1964 Beach E. Stuart School ',''of Miss Catherine Davis' Mr
Spring Lake Rest Home Open House I
"There will be recreation area I Gloria McHardy and Mrs France
at Lettuce Creek. Taylor Creek Yuletide Events I Hall will present a cantata! entitled
Battle Lost to and, tentatively, at St Lucie Can I w.. I The ChrismiM Story; a n d
*!," he saM Also, a boat lock Ask Public "East Stuart t Elementary School. "The Twelve Days of Christmas
Gain More Land was approved at Chauncey Bay" with 409 pupils grades one through I, on Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. m the East.
Area. sportsmen have been protesting six, II planning two Christmas Stunt Elementary auditorium.The .
tile fencing off of the road On SundaySpring LHi1r& event. I school presented a program
On 'Chobee Shore going up the south bank of C.23 ti f A Christmas "Know Your School:' as the first
Canal.. D>eU said that the canal Didn't Believe wilt bepresented. of a .series of WSTU programs hv
Donald Diem member of the had been dug "too close to the Lake Rest Home Mar by the East' Stuartsontan Playmak- county 'schools on Nov 17 The
line" on that side and the fenced tin County'a first large modern the group't first production Choral Club, first year Spanish
1 lood Control Recreation Com- roadway was on private property, nursing convalescent institution ers as on Tuesday. Dec 15, at 8 Club and newly organized band
nittee reported that "It appearsthe barred \to keep huiwen and fishermen will hold open hours on Sunday, at the Murray High Gymna- gave musical selections. School
battle has been tost to !secure out.ZONF..PI..AN. Nov 22, from 10 a.nn. to 5 p.m. p m Port Salerno. Admission philosophy, curriculum guidance
.I ililitional' recreation lands by moving Built by the owner AI Siegfried. 11 lorium nominal. program and lihrar\ scrvu.," ,' were.:
the dike lakeward from the MEET: Hohe Sound contractor at a cost The East Stuart Elemental featured.
hIghway along Lake Okcechobce'si of $233.000, the rest home lies -
shore Martin County Planning and in a natural the .
Dictz blamed lack of strong Zoning Commission holds a regular east side:: of tf.mi.hithrto wood -- -- ---
'public support for the decision, announced meeting at the courthouse on land lake ten-acre setting "
at a recent meeting of the Thursday, Nov. 19, at 730: pm.Gay's The building comprises about .i+ ( .(
10000( square feet of floor space, 'I \ IfI:
I and is set back some 400 feet from N- I II

I .; ,,\\1":" f the federal highway to eliminate SPRING LAKE REST MANOR IIOLDS OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY NOV, 22. I :
traffic noise Thirty private and ; u S" J
-- - ni
will!
: : semi-private rooms be in the I\ ,
:-;.; .. Chef north wing; kitchen, dining room Dinner Set Tuesday MORE ABOUT : .
r'' and recreation room 'In the south ,
Town House wing: and administration and Vestment Queen ElectionIs LOIS KRISTOfTFUSEN
.
*TCWt i A tJ56 quarters m the center sec PAULINE SFCNA NELL WALTON
f .J, Restaurantannounces lion Reeds to Be HonoredFor Set 20 E OCEAN BLVD. PHONE/ 287-1453
( Features of Spring Lake Ire: Thursday
Registered and; practical nurses, I
a ._
"'J:; nurses aides, a therapy room, television ----- -.'' --- _.
E and telephone plugs In all ,Crowning FridayContinued -
room, twenty-four-hour nursing Gift to Society SEYMOUR'S INNThe
f. cart and doctor: always on calf .... ( from Pane 1 1-A) 1

NOW OPEN The Martin County Audubon first oceanfront tract of land owned ispre-game ceremonies beginning. Home o f Good Food & Mixed Drinks
at 7.45: Friday night and will reign
Cabinet Figures Society will honor Mr and Mr. I by any Audubon Society on the *
over the Tigers-Lake Worth foot- *
East Coast. The
Joseph V Reed of Jupiter Island, I property is currently: heavily the vegetated home of ball game and the dance which fol. Cocktail Lounge and Package Store Open Weekday 10 ..m, 'Ill
=: DAILYServing Write About Park Hot* Sound, at a special" dinner I thousands of water birds. k we. Sunday 1 p.m. 'tilDINING
at the society's: mid-winter meeting I Although the Reed property was Karen Broome, 1963 Hbme-j. OPEN DULY EXCEPT !MONDAYS
.. Dean Tooker, county attorney Tuesday, Nov 24, at the Man. given to the state society the Mar. coming Queen, and ) ROOM j
has received a number of letters see Yacht Club and Marina, Port tin County organization will maintain secretary at J. Hillis Miller Hospital Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trimmings 'i
a fine selection of/ from member of the governor's Salerno it. Mrs Forrett said that a Gainesville, will be on hand
Delicious Foods cabinet, acknowledging Martin Mr. and Mrs Reed recently donated etalr 'being made by Dr. Archic for both the afternoon parade and will be served 12 noon until 9 p.m. j
County's effort to establish a state a mile of beach in Martin : of the Florida Museumand the crowning. *
park just' south of the St Lucie County known as the "Reed Wilderness by Ross Witham of Stuart, to The afternoon parade, of which 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS
: MORNINGS Seashore" to the Florida determine what steps are necessary Susan Coulter is chairman, will 2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACII CAUSEWAY
: 7 A.M. to 2 P.M. Inlet.Ray start from High School Avenueat
E Green, state comptroller; Audubon Society. The property, to improve the property, J
Doyle Conner, commissioner of which fronts on the Atlantic Ocean Mr and Mrs Reed, long time 2 pm., and travel by way of JI, -
EVENINGS S agriculture; Randolph Hodges, director and is bounded by the Intracoast-! residents of Martin County, have East Ocean: Boulevard, Flagler ----
PM. 8 P.M.
: to of Florida Board of Con al Waterway, Is located north of long been Interested in wild life Avenue, St. Lucie Avenue, West
,. servation, Thomas D. Bailey, superintendent Peck's Lake on Jupiter. Island. It conservation. Dsceola Street Haney Circle i l BOX OFFICE OPEN
ClOSED SUNDAYS of the Department of will he used in the society/ conservation Among the guests attending the Colorado Avenue and East Ocean : ""
Education, and I. Edwin Larson, program of wild bird life dinner will be Kenneth Morrison, Boulevard again het':: practice LVRIi; .
': .\. S. HIGHWAY No. 1, STUART state treasurer, have all promised Mrs Wilbur S. Forrest, ores). president of the Florida Audubon football. field, wilt diepers. : [ : 7:00
to give the matter their consider dent of the Martin County Audubon Society: Russell Manor, directorof : --- -=
ation Society said that this Is theI the society at Maitland, and It will include open convertibles
.
-- -- -- (weather permitting), carryin
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.' Frank Wacha chairman of the Thursday Friday
,. .. Queen
candidates, and the 196)
County Communion of Martin .
County) and Representative William and "The Top Four" on a float rr; err .
The theme of the float will be sSSfeJ w '
I Owens.Mr, and Mrs. Owen Murphy, "Autumn Leaves," and Linda Hall .... ...
owners of the Manatee Marina, II! chairman of the float committee a' z ,
and also active In wildlife The same units will take part eM
conner
In the parade at Long SAl1 o, oYa.y.
vation, have donated three rare pre-game N1
I
: Menihoni dinner plates to be sold Field, where Principal James C. 9
for the benefit of t the Marlin Woodall will announce the 1964Queen'l JMOTGOUIETM .
County Society and will also give name
sway three framed copies of Au After the game, a dance will be
held at the Woman Club until WILLIAMS
duhon prints as door prizes. .. .. t
lam. "The Aztecs" from Lake
:
I' Reservations for (the dinner are
being taken by Mrs. Warren Cop Worth will provide live music.
live of Port Sewall, chairman of the Ray Roberts is dance chairman.The < Joss WWW ,
over-all homecoming: arrangements
program committee. She can be
?
t reached at Port Sewall. have been, handled bya
For information, committee headed by Jan Icyda
any more con. i4
I
Mrs Forrest at "Port Sewall, twMHUI1ILI
:: I The Publick Occurrences: < pub-
I lisped' 11* IkN>ton on Sept. 24. 1690 J ;
.b4tr ''R y.zyY was the first newspaper: in the I
r I United States and was immediate. LVALIERart
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HERE 'TIL SAT. NIGHT
... ,_ ___ .t..._ Saturday Sunday

Manufacturing, St. Paul, Minn,
Visited the House of Refuge marine
laboratory Monday to confer with
ROM! \Vnham, director: on the APRIL '
.. field testing of a new spun nylon
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netting/ material as to its suitability PENNEY
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_____ for an artificial marine environment

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CENSUS TO 1T.1 T HOW
FARMING HAS CROWN _. Berating open OUT BIG"JSCHEEN Inall,
The 1964 Census of Agriculture the color* Af tb. rainbow

Make reservations now to give now under way in Martin County a ptlne wlnning bhse ribbon'tr *(
wilt show the progress of farmingin VERSATILE for old and .Jfk rf
your family an unusual .,t the last five years. There were GUITARIST I ..; Here's young
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130( farms In 1959. compared to eumetbing tof hhole family
ahrn rv ra .r e ,
Polynesian style 186 'in 1954 The average size of r war to ere together}! ""
9740 in 1959, rM rwu.lNO. aG
farm was acres Th.
compared with 1 1/37906 acres hi 10 ON Managerwnt,
1954. The value of products sold HIT PARADE II KI i; M fE
by the count 's farmers in 1959 Nw k.r rwwrj
ey was $7,493,457, The Value Of all "T.r..M RMM" E k + hr
crops sold was $5,393214. The { ,.
value of livestock and livestock [[
sold S2,IOnt243. The 'l'y '/SEA7
J products was a
hw 1964 national Census of Agriouilure t ,'
i. f I, la the eighteenth in a series 3k. t O
hww r which began m J 140. LIVE MUSIC rI o i


THEY REM ND U!* OP EVERY NIGHT
MODERN TEEJN ACERS .iA
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I DINE IN TROPICAL PARADISE FROM 1 TO 8 P.M. The antics of the yellow-head I

ed blackbird are described in the I
:: E NEXT THURSDAY, THANKSGIVING DAY National Geographic Society's new I

"Song and Garden Birds of North
". Complete dinners Vermont Roast America" thusly: The Jtllow- Twist Contest i MAT141EE
: Turkey 53.75 heads sing a harsh jumble il
: SUNDAY.41.7Frfa. 1 > Y 1
Children's $2jOO ending In a The songs p ,1KGr YOR'

: Tenderloin of Beef $425 w are writhing u ra"nIE: were. and i n to ......... couple AtfMNd /RING THE

;. Polynesian Platter . $3.00 ". agony'WOMAV a I a See e', sawri-u s* WNOIE<> FAMILY
: I ii 111 m i i ilii i i n I i iy
.. AUXILIARY %i i COLt3R5COPE
R PHONE 287-4040 ISIS PLEDGED '''.101 Free Delivery : a
TO HOSPITAL HEREThe 1W

: I -. Woman's Auxiliary of Mar I v<
FRANCES LANGFORD'Se )tin Memorial Hospital has pledged WINES and ? Y
$10,000 to the hospital at $2,*
i 000 a year for five yf..... So far i
this year it has paid $1,000 and LIQUOR i iI
hopes to make up the remainder I
In its coming "Chrmraaa Tree -
H: I.aae"grnjecy according 10 lies Phone i! "w.ayArw Wednesday
M. P. Nelson. More details will
ifRtGER'T.vv / be announced in the Mar future. ;

... Al 7ml BIRTHDAY FOR 287-1586 ffa" unthinkable to missBKon

,.. BIG DRUG CHAIN the IIJ1SinkiIL!
FREE ICE
: RESTAURANT? I : ,
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Cunningham Drugs, Inc., which ;-/
.. .. own Broward Drug I. Stuart
celebrated. its .ev.etyfihl anni- IY

:.:. : "Where the Stan Meet" In Jensen Beach v Ball nary at the with Staler a giant Hilton Jar Hotel le Sell in !'u !

.. Detroit SM Tuesday, }toe. 17. TRIANGLE'Lounge
:.: Jim thb pac month! Cannmghama JiImm
Regular ScheduleDINNERS announced the of
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'I I purchase -
,:: LUNCHES It SUNDAY DINNER leurtera drug start from Whe

,:: Mots. Fit. Noon 2 ,... Moa. .gal. 0.10 .... II 5 .. It .-.. lea Ida Drug by ita Company Broward tee Drug.. of Sure Floe OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY m ocrn. m
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f Business two Tour members from the Stuart and IOldn,1! red candle decor- I TliF STUART (Florida) NW3 Thursday. Noytmber If, 1964i >-.AAin
Entries Deadline Near Club 1i11'tI..acJIII" Stott Mrs ited the tables! Birlnda candle
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I Isabel I Evans, preMdwt. of the in cup cakes were lighted to celebr.le >
Martha Houser .
Mrs E B Ocean Ref Inn and Viii. North
Stuart Club. Mrs MiMred Green I the chapter 1IfMnhday./ I
.
Women Horton Mr Charles
fteW. district Greek Kindred Key Largo where she will shor j
a rreapardmp secretary letters in gold hl been
As Junior Women Invite Santa and Mi"s Martha Burdine. I placed at the !head table. Mrs. Nellie!Mrs Eddie Cunchir Ice Smith and Miss I ly asMime the duties of M-ckl dV;
rector Her recent guest weal
MeetingDistrict personal development chairman Buena Meade. had planned, the program -
Kathryn Pace of Dayton Ohio
A costred dish drawer' sweating She intrtxluced the past
: presidents. Mho candle and LI.F.1NOR ATKINSON: and Stet SVcffmgton of North Purt
Santa Claus will he olliualh of the Stuart 1 Club will be held lighted .
welcomed 'fit'r- II ot the Florida Fedirjtion 'M the! home of Mrs loan Bowie gave highlights' of the two yeaheach AT 111F VNCIIORXGJ: St Luck
Christmas to Stuart b\' the annual of Business and PrtrfcaMt al 6:10: ) p.m. Nov :24! Guest weaker : served..1 f rout fourteen charter Eleanor C'. Atkinson tormcrly
JunwrVomuns! Parade sponsored h\ the >naloniens Clu*"s held their will be Ray Radke. who will" be I numbers in I IV4. Tau Chapter of North River Shores and Port I newsy w the combined effectof
on Club* ot Stuart second meeting of the current year presented ,b\ Mrs. Sec ("hiltl1 cI'), has grown to sevc-nty.-three In St. Lucie Country Club. is stay in!! wind velocity and direction,
Saturday Dec. .
will The parade : In Vero l Beach on Sunday Nov civic participation| chairntan the tour counu' urea Past preside at the Anchorage Marina and' current velocity and direction) and
begin promptly at I 10 a.m and c1F I'
Santa nls '!'ClIl.lnllere Mrs. Karl L. Yacht Club. Rio en route to the wave action "
will he at the hand shell on The meeting wan conducted t by !Scott ( l WS4.55)), Mrs. N. II. BiU-I .-.------ .-. --- _._ --
Last Ocean Boulevard to see all Mrs. ROM Nash district director. Tau lurd ((14So.
children immediately following the with all district chairmen and Chapter 1IfC.lilhl"d Motion, (I9S8-M) DON'T FORGET
parade Santa will have candy and club presidents participating The Ve-ro Beach: Mrs. I E.: I.. DussoriIVWN6JI I

oranges for the children. s subject J of tho workshop was "Personal Held Meet ( Stuart; and Miss Josh i All Saints Episcopal Church..5th Annual
-.w cu
Five "
hands will participate In Development and was pre. !phme Andrews ( I 1/)4)) Fort
the parade this year. Thev arc tented in a way that would appeal PICMXC Mrs Robert I Alderman,
Martin County Senior High School, especially u> "Partnership With lau Chupkr ol 1 IXIIa Kappa.: ol Ukeeehokcc. presulenl, presided -ix!\ CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
Martin' County Junior High School, Young, Women" Miss Betty Jane Gamma met Saturday at the I fart' ut both the initiation und at
Central Catholic High School from Stolt state recording !secretary, was Pierce, Hotel in fort Pierce. Initiation the luncheon and conducted; the II I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964r
Fort Pierce Miami Milnarv Academy j-: guest speaker. and her subject was I preceded: the luncheon Those business meeting
Drum and Bugle Corp. and also' on Personal ()Development|| initiated were Mrs Sam kings.: I Mcnilxn attending from Marin \r uih:
Lincoln Park Academy from Fort and Sell'anaKsis/ :' She received bury Fort Pierce, Mrs Dolores" (ouim were: Miss Jcan Raw, 8 PARISH I 1 LOUSE--JENSEN BEACH
Pierce which is brought to the man) compliments: \ ; frown members J. Haney, Nero Beach, and Mrs : Mrs. Helen Ihonias, Mrs f L
parade through the courtesy of fTolcy's of the various clubs present f I Robert M Ihomus, Indiuntown I Dussori. Mrs Margaret Bond. Miss = 900 A.M. ID 90t! PSLusras..aa.as.rrTa.a..as.safTr.as.ataaaaasaa.asArsTra:

Boat Yard .m. Port !Salerno s Total I registration, was eighty. I I!I Red roses theClctY'1 flower, Olney dint Mrs lli/abeth Link, __ _ _,
Mrs. n ------ -- ----
Frank -
Zorn I is parade
i.- I II
chairman. Her commutes are line
up Mrs, Donald Gore: awards.
Mrs Jack Hampton; publicity u .:
Mrs. Robert M. Johnson: jUdges.
Mrs. Mallory Johnson! : Santa Claus, I
GOOD/YfAR TURKEY SHOOT SALE
Mrs Harold Smith; goodies for
children Mrs Fred Rogers: San. r wY
la'i helpers Mrs /Robert Ballzer

Mrs M p, Nelson has donated a
her car for Santa ride in Stuart
Santa's helpers will he Mrs. Robert
Battier Mrs. Wallace Hosteller f 4. k 1 GENERALWELECTRIC
Mrs. Ronald Prckup Mrs MONEY
GENERAL .; ELECTRIC
Fred Burley. Mrs Larry Ankromand NO
Mrs Daryl Marstellcr Hi
The judges will view the parade '' JAUTOMATIC DOWN
from the stand Personal
judges construe *
ed in front ol the courthouse by 'agst t wMRS. ,,

the Air Explorer Squadron 444,
Boy Scouts of America Judges FILTERPaym'ts Portable TV
will be: Jack Williamson Mallory
Johnson and Mrs. Forrest NVat
lon Entries: will he Judged for 'Til 12lbs. Light

the heal Christina theme 1 la 'light BlueFebruary'65

Awards for first, second andleeN.EArOt J\Ck II\MIMON, awards chairman for the Junior FLO >
- \\omans, Club Chnslmis. parade. holds the travelling trophy Tube
,
donated J by the First National Hank of Stuart This trophy is
awarded to the first 1'1:1Ieinner: eacheur. Major Appliance Lifetime Circuit

third places have been donatedby awe a plaque donated by GeneralRF WASHER TV Stereo Board Warranty -
first federal Savings and Loan I Fittings of Port Salerno
Association of Martin County, I Commercial entries are especially -.... ,
.
the First Hank Mortgage ol Smart Corporation, First NationalBank and I 's encouraged C luh I wants The to make Junior this\\omun the-I I 12 Ib. Capacity 2 I Rinse Temp's A .. .._ e 11" Diagonal fjcrccn

of Stuart has donated the I biggest and best Christmas Parade 2 Wash Cycles Wash Speeds v
traveling first place trophy Commercial yet. All entries should be submitted
entries will be judged I to !Mrs Donald Gore before 3 Wash Temp's 4 Load Sizes
separately and the winner will re-I Nov. 21. I REE

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MXKIIN Ml-MORIVL: ) I law n.s7s.v.aaaatall, TURKEY c-
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OleT eN01tIroa HOSPITAL OBITUARIES A oolyi1y
I
coal Births--Mr. and Mrs Junes '
Harris a daughter Nov 10; Mr 0> 21888 t ( $1.50
and Mrs. George Kelly a daughter .
Mr Donnie I CARLKION: B. tMMV: Weekly
Nov 12: and Mrs 'f. A
STUART PIUMBIsipa Cook, a daughter. Nov 14; Mr, Carleton B Clyma sixty-eight :; ,%
JET WORKS
P, o. R.* 257, Ph,.. asT-oll and Mrs William Franck a dauehter one of the owner of the old !Stuart -Ii :
Nov 14; Mr. and Mrs Byron Daily New here during the I .
Brown a son. No*.-t..*and Mr. \ f lorida Boom, dlcJ'at' 1401 Gergia ,,
and Mrs, Jimmy Everctts, a daughter Avenue in West Palm Beach I Iv
Nov 15 on Tuesday Nov 10 '.t
Nov 10-Admitted J: Mrs. James I He is survived by hiM wife I Pram FREEiTURKEYS \ FREE
Harris. Ella Casey, Bertha Harri- eel F.. three sisters, Mr*. lyndall''
ton. Robert Moinm Ethel Ward, Sparkes and Mi'I Carmen Citron "
Catherine Davis, Doris Primm of Prospect Conn. and Mrs Hazel
and Otto Rayhurn: discharged, plehee of '. Mich. I I
bally boy Hanxhaw, baby girl' C ha- and a brother. Fran W. Cly TURKEYS I
kn. Anna Ramos, C. B. Ar o- ma. Prospect. Conn. I 1I11PURCIIASRuM ,
Sr. and Zola Long MAJOR APPU.\NCE
gust Burial took place Saturday morn

Davenport Nov I 11 I'Gene..Admitted Alexander, Richard Jack I ing at informed Prospect. Conn, friend here . TV OR SIFJItAI: e e .
were

,I ermore Bush Jackie and Daniels Antonio, Richard Porte, Uv.I discharged \\IILI.11 R Y bMW! NOV. 19 20 21- NOV. 23 24 25TURKEY ''
'
Dr Mitchell Benedict/ ,
William' Ray Snow, Mxty-eight ,
1 Cornelio Diaz Clifford Kristof- :
of 215 Kalmia I Drive, Lake Park, I I

I I lemon Bertha, Mrs Harrison Ronny and Boggs Carl; and Blatt.ton, died Saturday He was owner of I NOTHING TO BUY COSTS NOTHING STOP IN TODAY
I Nov 12---Admit1. Milton I I the France Apartment here for II : /
HUSTON'SOFFICE I Duncan !M five year until I 192
Judy Caughev. r. .
I EQLIPMFNT I George Kelly. /Roy Luekhardt Surviving, of take him Park are; three hi* ion brother William : 5 SHOTS WITH B-B GUN
i J() Redman/ and Alice May Williams
C. of N C.
C. Washington Guy
Osceola Avenue 287.2399
discharged. Ella Casey, Fliz-
and Charles of SHOOT) '
of tlkm. N C.
-- --- -- aheth Ruth Berg Chasoo Robert. Raymond Momm Darling Lilly, Mount Airy, N. C.; and three BEST SCORE WINS A TURKEY I I
sinters, Mrs Emma Bunker. Mrs.
Smith and Alex' 1. M
yp Sarah Spanger and Mr*. Grace ( ONE FKIili TUUKIJY ,
Nov I 13 Admitted Fannie I.I
I Jackson Irma Jean Brown and Cook, ill of Mount Airy, N C IN TODAY-TAKE AIM & SHOOT !
Funeral services and burial will COME
;
Janclle Cook K.. K.
: discharged; :;
be in M in charge of the JOIN
THE FU
II> kn. Milton Duncan Richard

James Davenport) Ham, Judy and Gaughey daughter, Katie Mr*. Airy Moody, N' Funeral C Home, Mount NI; ;\; t YOU MAY BE WINNER


I let Cline. Ricky Gullelt. Ernest 11)1111-FF: "OOUI cnii.niti'N I'NDim is ACCOII ANILD MY I PAUKNTS t
DeMerct, Hill Brown Jackie Dan ,
_. .
eels. and Roy Ltickhardl I Mrs. Edith I.ee Wood, seventy- -
r Nov. I 14-Admitted. DUl'uthyr three of Mockingbird Lane Palm 1_
't
George Rivera, Anna City. died in Martin Memorial 1anTT.waaatrtxit '
hnstiansen: Mrs. William; Fra Hospital on Nov. 16 after a brief } PRICE

lick Lulu Hampton and Judy Fuller illness.
i : discharged.,; Annie Down, !She was. a native of Brooklyn BREAK
I George Ma.... Shirley Pow Jl- N. Y., and had! lived here for the I > ,
,/ lian Griffith Mr. George Kelly past eight )ear She was a memberof R com to Ilf..C'g, Bra.dl.v.*f @ ,
TIe land
I 'and daughter and Richard: livermore the Martin Memorial Hospital aped record br rlSPIKIT SPECIAL :
Auxiliary and currently served a* ,
loveliest f' ,I r F' lint Electric KolfeueeOils .
Nov. I If-Admitted: Marie Sin- treasurer" it I II : AMERICA "
brides ;, Eula Lee Carter Johnnie I !She> it survived by her l ra / For J&-Bulb $130
t bullhand'i
I ia.rr sue aaaiN Aw Wlii TrH uiAt
are Carter, Etu Casey Mrs. Junmte John A Wood Palm .. ......- ......,. Pea to* S A Q O. fa! rhKlfoml.ll4aRipen Lisle' Ia..rw
f uncle and" aunt in the north, and &1.
Everett Betty McDonald Johnny aaW' are Jtt 9 Ot
Fleurtie. Scott and Anna Lindhlom; li.-I Iwo grandchildren. Ntaa9i. 1 =.:.:: MM. meff _,MM r r.y = la aa'tCJ.rtrte 1
I Mrs Donnie Cook and Service were held Tuesday i ii 1..4 ? doss the
.Lisbl'ides daughter Nov. 17. at with the Ret j I ,q( worlll! btalnl sa bl..* Each Bulk BuTrw t"ct r
i pm t : ;: r
I Bank and .... .
baby girl .
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I( Allan Stuart. pastor of the First I".err, ass ."'aM.-1Ie C41 NM r d /e.M1adua. J are revs able.. nay he.L.a cu, AMrta Color /
dCanpkte Arthur Becker r./ MnM
Nov I 16--Admitted. Earn M. I Methodist. Church offlC..n,. Bur / pre sew:.;. aMr,ar w.MIM. a.Ywla55w.rdlslh f. '' VetMbab eerd.Paafe tar 7k.. N.w In tMir ..II,. Tree

Allen Rachel I Baker Pauline Segna. .I lal was. in Brooklyn, N. Y iliiW tMtI;:'. I
| Hattie. Haar Frank Saunders i --

I I Thomas Roth. Mart Sterner and ARMY: WIUJsMS ''i'. .'. r -... ''IIA.
William, flI I II "' .., "" -- ,. i1I'P'II:
I t,:..lith Wood; discharged: Betty Barney mty-nine t> : ;: -
McDonald I Slate !Road 7ft. died at his !borne : ", ? PRICE

Consultation Sarviafkur I ---- -- | on H Thursday. sea* a active Nov 12.of Putnam,I .: Album No. !-jot your/tmlly't XotuIagWlruru Ca, .5(1?Pi.lLv resU wasai.r4Slice neat Never WREAK before SPECIAL offend! hII

COMMIT MEET ',I County. N. Y.. and had lived here I yam' Huunitmx --r,
aeli% The ways and mean comnlilwe'' eighteen, year IU was. I mer w lS inch Serving
of the Eastern Star will have acovered I hers of the Farmer Mill Baptist GREAT SONGSOF -
I 808 South 6h Sued 4643182Abood cWt luncheon Thursday',Church! of Farmer Mills N Y 1 r Platter
Slopping Center Nov 19 at 12'30 pm. at the Ma- I He M survived 'by .hw wil,. BeD ,, CHRISTMAS
some Temple on Osceola Street I tfca. of Stuart, three tun. RJ}
All Eastern Star member arc I munti of Sharon Srrinjs, N. Y Toaster 59IIPORTLD
1- 'If ....
l welcome. II. ,
Barney E. of Canajuhari. N. Y \
.- --- ---- ,I | l : '. rally
end Edward of !Stuart: four daughter I :: '-' 81444

Beautiful for Fall Coopeniow*. fn. Cart. N. Y.WUIoughby t.ln. faGnuincfliaMt a-< ,I t1U'T$1"lIa'::" f Aatomatiasquat.. ..."... tw HAND '.,Um-mr.......... ...-. w p..r

III a New Style from of Sharon Sortap. .,.,....,i1 f! .....u.. I N 4 aJtHe.Te. Bit tarlrr eratervW* for HelUUf tlnntn al saran-
N,, Y. Mr. Fred Brubaicr c'l I ... .. last..11ktobrerlejriuw lac r. urtin*! C.l.dat farm inane under h1J.ISda'.a.
; ,uJde. Ie Iuslrsaler. .te.UIl' 1Iou4''
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fitBe) I !Nik" Mich and Mrs. George IT"t tturttt en until
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PLAZA I Ouigler Tropical, four Farm great-frandchb; .uwtcc'igrandchiUrea | u .

dreo fi.f Msler and CIne brother I
SALON m the N rtIL Servian were hcJ:

317 W. OCEAN M.VD.>> AT 7-2W8 at Monday John/ Funeral Nov 16.I Home. 2 Chapel p.m. wu on!. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 2431Parade

Ii ". OEJb CCOICU IIAaJnlCXorlJUIU1b I the Rev., Lewn StanalpasIa of: ,
Tropical. Farm .
Baptist Church at
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BAR1AAA IlLTsTlJlRtClMKXSlsn : fit..**!* BurU ....* to f era UHcowial ; 287-4242 257 E. OSCEOLA STUART, FLORIDA .
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.- 4-A TIm STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, November 19, 1964 >''Hlaa |i i I..""-'-f i'f.., arc Mnmm IL J HLW! First Social Meet Nov. 21I


I \ Fundamentalsof '| News of Martin I 'v ,



@Jttd; Falcons Swoop on Tigers Golf County High I Made Stuart Plans Shuffleboard for New Club Year




For Three Touchdown WinWith byMATT. 11' By KAY PARADISE .... i Plan for the 1964-65 !season Members of the club who passed
I II during the summer
you'd : -etl a away were
MOOR Assembly RecognizesNew I meet of Stuart Shuffleboard' Jack Hodson of Canada Willard

I Hutchinson of New Jersey and
Club Members Crab held at the ctabhou recently -

like tackle Tim Newman on ed the rim of four extra points. The Falcon scored their last\ 'L f "'* Arthur -Herb--of--Palm City._.

crutches tutu and halfback Clark Col- In a !seemingly prolonged sec TD 4:56 from the end of the Fundamental of Golf" is a Monday an assembly. was held Duet were rained to $3 a year GUILD CARD PARTY
token
to knowThe only making to hold the a ball for appearance a conver ond quarter (the field clock was game, Jim McCray getting weekly column bv Matt Moore, for recognition of the new member I Mr*. Carl Van Luven wa renamed The ladies of St Joseph Guild

sion attempt Martin County drop.red on the blink), the Falcons scored: through from >the 20 professional at Martin County "'tile National Honor Society I entertainment chairman. Frank will bold a card party at the community

Dairy Council of a 28-6 game the biggest lots twice more quarterback Ricky I Martin County 000 ft- 6 Coif In and addition Country Club. and the Beta dub Rauwald will/ again eerie II team room of the Fin! National

bi the season, to unbeaten, untied, Rhode breaking 2J yards around Forest Hill 7 14 0 7-28 to giving advice A guest speaker, Rev Peter, I director Bank building on Thursday
South: Florida 1 I. proud ninth.ranked Forest HiH at West hi* left end, and !scoring again from helpful to beginners and better addressed the student Those wishing to play in the Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. Mrs Olin
I M present Ctrfificat of Palm Beach Friday. the 13The. players, the series will afford body. I Thursday League should rtgMtr Booth i* chairman. Refreshmentswill
Wilson readers the opportunity of par. The new member of the National clubhouse. The Saturday afternoon be served. Please!
the
Merit Award to thai The loss was the Tiger fifth Tigers' only score was Krueger at bring your
against three wins (two in the sandwiched between Rhodes' two ticipulmg in a question and an. Honor Society are: Seniors, Round Robin will be returned -I, own cards.COUNTY.

throwing a I
...for ouhtandlng belt Lead HandicapAt be addressed to: Golf, c/o Sport Green- and COMMISSION
showing in five seasons The touchdown pass from the 9-yard Editor Snavely; juniors Becky I President Harry Higgins
..IWII.! *one! exemplary Falcons need to beat Seacrest at mark to Johnny Wood In the end Stuart., Stuart News Box 1047, Ice*. John Mancha, Sandra Max. Secretary' Charles K. Merrill attended ]MEETS TUESDAYThe

Uodmhlp honoring both home on Nov 20 to go into a zone Marty Rehnbergt kick was MarkFran ry, Nancy Metro and Kay Paradise the Indian River Shuffleboard regular meeting of the

and Nov 25 game against Palm Beach wide. The visitors failed to show Midway : sophomores, Nancy Barer League meeting at Fort County Commission will, be held

fomSy community a* ont of probably two winning. any organized offensive through. LESSON 3 and David Hartlep i Pierce on Friday, Nov. IJ in the commissioners room of the

r '" teams competing for the Suncoiist out the remainder of the contestOTIIFJt Wilson 75-74-149, led the New members of the Beta Club Play in this league will start on courthouse on Tuesday, Nov. 24

: title 18-hole field at the midway mark JOUR' POSITIONS are: Bill Mashers, Beverly Snipes, Wednesday, Dec. 2, with six l team at 9:30: am.
Forest Hill climaxed' a 49-yard O< A GOLF SWING DeDe Vote, Pat Breen Phyllis participating- Vero Beach, Fort

: drive when Stcvt Knapp ''plunged RESULTS of the four-week handicap tournament The two parts of a swing that Smith, Gayle Goodburn Myra Pierce, Port St. Uicle. Ocean The number of people out of
from the 3 with i 1 46 member of the Lady Beach and work In England now is close to
1- over : remamng Suncou-tt Conference among I mentioned in the last lesson give Jackson Unda Hall. Barbara Wal Breeze Park Jensen
in the first quarter Knapp add Golfer Aisociatioa of Martin half a million
Palm Beach 28. Pahokee- 0 you a picture of the swing as a ker Judy Hams, Brenda Bennett, Stuart.
I Belle Glade 0, Fort Pierce 0 County after Tuesday play. whole. Kitty Timmerman. Carolyn Gray There will be no Good Fellowship

Seacrest 12 Vera Beach 0 Close behind wa Gen Luce with To continue further there are Janet Smiley, Wesley Kramu, the League |this Clubt I winter first tocial METAL
ITPAYS Cheryl Adriance, Linda James, Stuart
Nnn-SuntnoNt 74-76-150. while Connie Gladden. four position to a golf awing: the
will be a card party at the WI Art Workers In !Metal
Hauen- event
Connie Wheeler Wendy
MitArthur Murray High 34, Arcadia 19 20 77-74-151, and Etta DeStefano, one you start in, the one you swing Nov. 24,
Linda' Leu I stein Christine Andreawm. Jack clubhouse on Tuesday, IP WE DON'T HAVE IT
76-75-151, tied for third buck
place. to, the ono hit in and
"Girl th.Go' IHtltti AIJ"II"'UIoJ'IIJr.\T I: you Sameck. Geoff Langbthn. Jan at 7:30: p.m., for members and WE CAN MAKE IT
A t-H fin In the 9-hole) group, the leaden the one you finish in. Most! important
used
be
will
Linda attended "writ." 011' SIMrpTlor f'lI' were Genie Krueger 37-36-73; of the four I is the hitting Weiss Barbara Syme, Susan Houk, guest' The proceed

the Rate convention IIIIeml1.ITim' no)s'N s,...1)1\0. On Anderson 39-38-77, and Ida M here ties the knack of and Patricia Deanen.MAJORETTES for the Christmas party Saturday., to be Dec.heldat

and the national con. TO' WHOM IT MAY f OVCFIIV: Allen. 40-39-79. Ming a golf ball and here the clubhouse on E ;J
>you the card
Nntli I la h..h.1"en that on WIN TROPHYOur 19. Reservation for party
ventlon ]last lUI1Uter.I.Jnda East
Cost
Upper Women Golftrs
n(t' br 27 114. In eeenrdaor. with can correct: errors made going should be made by calling Mrs
I II on the TO Mwuluas IUOI, and rY.1Y, aroMdaMielutes Association: fs holding a Field back and starting down. The time majorettes placed second
287-4512 I
Idin, the fioarl of County frank Rauwald at
youftpomef AdvUory C opitnliialoner of Mania Count. Duy at Particle Air Force Base on ing of the swing also takes effect In the advanced large team category Bait' Coast Ladies' '
Committee, Florida adoitad'" a. ....ilutlnn. claw! Friday, Nov. 20 with several Mar in the hitting position in last Saturday a NBTA contest The Florida STUART PLUMBING
which deal with Intc' vareUna end abandoning thou, tin County and Ment Doublet Tournament & METAL WORKS
women :
teen nutrition COMPARE: public xnilJ dwu.rlbed an folluwi; compctnig. 1. Starting position: The start. I In Belle Glade will be held at the Stuart Club on Ron I4e ATUaHa f-OIII start
-age
and baa PAR'Ict II That part of the log position is of great Importance The girl attribute their success Feb 4 and 5. 1965.
proMema platted HO foot street 'lnB \rtwten SUNCOAST STANDINGS because gives you an impression to their instructor Miss Sandy .

presented! a 25-min.the Tract 4, Bock t,It.Black Ht. I.ucl 4.*und Inlet (No... 13 Inclusive) to hift back to and simulatesthe Meyer. The corp consists of rtp'f4f.Ct.ttC t< ute program on PRESCRIPTION ";' HnbdlTMIon, Dat W L, T PF PA hitting position. The ball shouldbe Rachel Fenton Diana Taffoni, Kay ,
ubject. Outstanding honk I,7-"n: 5N. labile rlerorda. Palm Beach. 8 0 0 180 J6 opposite your left: heel to establish McDonald. Barbara Syme, Sharon
In 4VH work anda of I'aJm 11ou'h, County, PI" rldi Forest Hill .... 7 I CHRISTMAS CARDS
0 0 121 31 |
in lyln, or Westerly of Wat Bead your line of flight and tfenslcy, Durley Howard, Betty
top student PRICES 76 Scacrcst 5 1 1 129 27 you should face this line to be McClure, Nancy Melrose and Kay

school Linda II a PARCEL It: That part of the lake Worth .. 5 2 0 75 60 i( square with the target Your balance Paradise. Ordered During November p.|
senior at Martin Vero Beach .... 4
flatted IA foot afreet Ivlnff r> 4 0 84 104 should be on your left leg I
County,High I tract 1. Blank. 4. and Belle Glade. 2 5 l 77 115
Treat 4, llloik 61' ft Lucia In. with your head behind the bull, MARCHING COINTFSTU !
r let Karma Mublivleion.. Pint Martin County 2 5 0 57 89 your chin pointed down and behind 1' FOK iAl LKDAV
PARKPHARMACY Hook 1. tua-cKH. I ubllo neonrda Fort Pierce .... 1 5 1 41 186 the ball. 10 OFFTED
of I'llm I Peach County, Florldn.lying Martin County High School %
Boardand Riviera Beach 1 6 I 53 81
of Mat
Jterly 2. Back
7.. Pahoke0 ........._ 0 7 0 24_ 1)2 back awing position: The Band will be participating in diitrict "
I swing position i II also of great marching: contest: in Fort

r.nnun..ln..n"of thmenus IF dlarlalmlnc and the publlo anyright importance, a* here you are winding Pierce Saturday night at 7. The''
11 In toth land lima mJlhln/ Ibm Beaten Woman up for the delivery The true! rating received will later be addedto i HEARN PRINTER jj
R;}: o roiule..n"r.'n... .. of said portion of laidATFn way to wind up is to balance on I the ratings received in the Spring .

(DISCOUNT DRUG STORE) 1 tlil. I7tb day of October the right hip, make a full hip turn, after the concert and sight.reading I I &45 Colorado Ave. 287-1676 11
t ;, At!. 1R01 I Dies; Murder follow with a full shoulder turn contests
213 E. Ocean Blvd. lurARlt Of/ fY11rWTTIMMMIMMIONERM
put the arm back and then break
h* MARTIN (X>UNPV,OP I"ILlRlt'A the wrist*. At the top, the club' CITY BOARD SESSION Ii,1 )f )' :h )1)3 )t )ta-t )'ft,.

Hy' FRANK A. WACHA. Charge FacedAn should be horizontal to the ground

JicJack .....eck AT 7-3201 Chairman or 'lust below horizontal. Stuart City Commission will I

I II president of IsrYrlii PIFRC8. Clark meet at City Hall on Monday, words about sanitation .
3. Just few
Pllh110'/ 19 1CH4 autopsy in connection with Hitting position: The hittingposition Nov. 23 at 8 pmrpraont a
the Martin County ---- --- is fundamental
the
the Sunday death of a MXty-two- most
Junior Conservation year-old Little Dixie woman has position! of the four. All good players 1.tO": tHT'"tMt'T: Keep These !. Mind

Club, and tee been led to her alleged assailant being regardless of style back and ""I'.M "I"" .'1 HUt' IIR CHINO of 180*
acalded with hot water at a temperature
and
alt enuiiMlaitlc charged by Martin County Sheriff down attain this ,position of success. TU "1H,1M 11' MAY CONCEItN: Our dishes are
active member for r s '* Department with second degree In this category of the swing, You. will with Inks the","u.. pro\'I.I"no.. tllMI III ..cnordnnco ofMcctlou Our glasses are scrubbed and polished with a tlmMM. BtMt
his
For
five yearn, murder you can correct for !90 per cent Iao.1, 'h'lorid" nlaiut Glass Washer
project in fr* area El1 The of the of your error. The big key to this tblai: a pablle j kesrlntr. :: will be held
report autopsy, Conducted
b tit. liulI.e 01 Consuls. time
soil water, andMUdllfeconnervatlon l''olnl' U at
of Our kitchen open for your Impecllon any
by Dr H L Schofield position are to have the right heel 'O'.m': : Martin Count 19oridn' ,
.
down and the ankle Pont on h. c..A
Vero Beach, puthulogial> Muted that right rolled .
Jack receive .die rlor I Moonlit Cumti Court. SPECIAL -
Award, aa / I tE"" Marie Singleton 720 East Avenue over before impact the tle dII' button.of"11n :.I, atrldu. on the NEXT 'SUNDAY"
t County died of acute peritonitis, causedby and buck with the chin pointed' ash "lit' .1 Iwermb.r. 1554. at 11'30
outstanding Junior o' h"'k A.M. 011 the .tltllln or Air. BMCED CHICKEN PIE, HOME STYLE
ConMrvuUonlit. The\ a ruptured Intestine, the resultof behind the ball. These key hold H..onlo.I.on.:; on behalf .r M. Y $1
ROWELL FURNITURE CO. a blow to the abdomen! I you parallel to your line of flight N.t..n 1t.1I1 E.AI.. IIrrlc'II'.h .. CIIOICE OF TWO SIDE DISHES
award was presented and the of the ownom if. the here. ROLLS & BUTTER: COFFEE OR TEA
by the Florida Wildlife According to Stuart Police Chief put plan your swing In.fsrr d",1'' 1",01'1'' rnqueat.Ina .
Jesse' J. Taylor a thorough investigation I on the target. that ..1.. H..arri of. County ('nmmli CHOICE OF DESSERT
Federation and Dial AT 7-0804 W. Give Cold Bond StampsHEARING : : ..alonia Inao, va<..!. and "aJian.dm .
hy Patrolman Leroy Washington 4 Finish .
apontored by the / )position: This posi the puhlle roadu and atroou
Sear Roebuck Foundation disclosed that the womanarparcmly lion i ir a result not a cause and herrhmfter described .and r.noenoa.
had been: beaten up reflect the balance and movements and Count dlailalra)'. rlorMa.' nay sail right I the of public Martin In F. L. Powell's Motel & RestaurantU.

AIDS Friday night by John Con Icy, for a* you operate in the other end I to th* land. : cold publl. :. roadaaala
of the address Although three dcatrlhod aa f''110..., to-*ItPofflntilna' : BRIDGES
ty-three, same positions At the finish your S. No. 1-2 BLOCKS NORTH OF
the woman did not wishto balance should be on your left leg, : at a point on thaoomar
FtaMKh IS
HARD OF HEARING? bring charges Washington! arrested with the left side emended The Mn*44H1U of th.r..t j ,,rant M>n IHrldaardondod of the over yean

; I Conley, Taylor said, large.Iy elbow should be pointed down, nun. rut. of th. Jnnanit HrUitothono SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL"
', } ON on evidence supplied by neighbor and here again, a* in the back run, H 2.4'1'' M a d 1'_
"p. HfAfttNO AID MAr lam of slSa.t to a point' ; .
MAKE YOU HEAIIEUERI I *. swing, the club should be hori/on- thnr bv rnrv ta th*. loft rataia --
f : ay Patrolman Washington! tried to tal to the ground or just below A .. 1710 i fort dlaianxo UN,T
HAM 1.1 a point: lhm M iT'l0''"
Ja)
1 I, \ WHYI persuade the woman to to to the good follow.through indicate a dlalamn' 1149.1 reel. to a pnlntth ;
I'll; 1 .Write, T.rfox 'for tisopttal when &he ,complained of good awing, to always try to be tH'* II il'llr' K dlnlwir, GOLFNew

k tour FREE/) COPY 0' internal pains Saturday, but she: good in this position.In hy)111.1 rurv feet to le the 5 point I lets t Ihenre radlualilt

VHili Carl brb.r' VITAL TRUTHS rcfued Throughout the day the conclusion: the easiest position ,* root rflatanr. 129,t fort
I II Di.trr.lr. I ABOUT DEAFNESS" patrolman and his partner Patrolman I* a point' ; thonr. H II'IV H Martin Golf & Club
Mating Yvonne to execute ia the finish eventhough dl.tMii1171. foot In a. point County Country
convincing evidence lame Hall checked ftI it trw other throes by rurve tco Ih. left cm'- .
lust) babaU and Hearing Aid Center her condition, and at 2 a.m. Suit- three. h:1Rt's: I the back dim lUnA a !point fort.; -dlxtano Y4'4M taO( ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Tun right Just before croa.bg
'Ittd''
goad 'pertamwishl day Hall look her to Martin Menwwi.l swing position, for ,* IalLS nt.r to a New: Bridge ta Beach
la not limited to boy 709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE 461-3266 Hospital, where she died to nuke the\ t remm"e: : Lurla IHilntt, t lain and .ao forth U> tha "t.

only She/ 'i played! four hour later, to execute it. I And for abandonment of COMPLETE Greens Fee
all
;, avrtbaO for the ... Most important (f. the 'hittingpoMtion arty aorwrlkod. horolnahov. .proa-..to"'h 18-1IOLE COURSE $3.50
Black'Department for here lies the knackof tire lihln the bundarlo. or lu*

Store Girl Uul hitting the ball. The starting i I auunwlsnAn ELECTRIC CARTS .....$6.00 for II Holm.-$4.00 for 9 Hotel

g \ League learn for position la important, as Its animpression I-iU that I 'and paH I, rWllon of' flovornmont II, Town-
three ,eara. For the to nit back to.( I hip. IT ""'It II. Manno 41 l-aat.:
last two year. aha' lylnaNaHh ft a Ha* parallel MEMBERSHIP:
Rest assured that if head
.
your to and HCft foot .,
a>oi+ed GA' til* "AUstar" Look what a fa up and back and your right heel i debt .......* from moaauroit I ho North MEMBERSHIP IMIIATION FEE $1MO

team rep,.- down a* you hit. you will do better (Slime HTIVO of said THKRrrROV Moans' 14. t:\. SINGLE MEMBIRSIIIP ...........?_ 80.00

....un. tf1t City of for r swing and your core Aorta till foot thereof. the a* DOUBLE MF.MBERSHIP __....._ 100.00 t I

hopes Vero Beac.f1.t*
cone. and baby-ail wing by parallol, llnoa. 20 PLAY BOOKS __.._._ 55.00 ..

lot her college M r} ...:/1'L AUIRHT/.RMR5T: ..An.. he Interested M.aM. .t' "tha...u.U.....mar and apnoarml p4ce. 3. PLAY BOOKS ......_..................._ '5.ot .. .

money. ACORN TO\OTUN WHOM nr IT PIniio MIT O HRMtS0>'M.h.KN; "bu": ?"*.P..III..d."". **''" Join al.wan't, )0", ear mill take ...u.. thai la *.. I MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
rnrdanp' with the provldnna. .f noARD OF CiitrvTt
In honoring Htx fine fVrllan tin.lt. PUrlda Mtatiitoa c'OMMr 8h,,>',nit ie or MATT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT M. WILLIAMS
it**. a puhllo harlnif will l>* hiM I MARTIN] ((II'\TT. I'1l/Rtfi A Sign
young pooplo.. .. bv th. linard. of County Cnmrnlaainiwr IV FRANK A. WACIIA.
CAN DO of Martha Coaatr, r Ion.la, !'halrman Dial 287-2274.
and the hundred lido In Ill I m .tlnir room *a la* wnml 25b.: Nor. tor. u..
floor of ih*. Martin County rurlhnna _
thom.i.wlMoroourtopoM.and. In Mtn.. ,,. Florida. on the.
ash day *r Iwendwe. J'.4. at t M
| our country'shope When ;it's tended clock I AM, on the Million *f CASA
for the future. Mlihaal. : Ik Uttman raqulns Alt RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.taijG
rar fnr the Board *f Hibll. lantructlon .
regularly reauMiina that meld
Itoard of County Commlaalonenrlov FOR YOUR BOATING
etlr sortie varafo and abandon Ih* pub' PLEASURE"
lic ......".. and. atreeta. hereinafteraeaertbed .. .
yt 1 .. and renounr and dlarlalm A.ISOIIael ,
Your Savings Will nay "ah' .* Martin t'onnly '
.t blonde, and the mibllo in and to '
IJe the land: aald I ubll roada Mane CHRIS-CRAFT _
deerrlbetl *a foilowa.. te-will ;

; :;. EARN % That. .....u... of Pin* arena 'SEA SKIFF r
A...n.... Magnolia. A.enu. and JOILNSON DEALER
a ."" Calalna' Avenue.. between. Par.aN MOTORS T1IUNDERBDU)BOATSAuthorhedFranchised
." ., Street and Honwv...4 III....,
......IIt. .". In Ittihland '1'101''...'. lr*''*rtlv.* _
INTEREST riubdK talon, amordlna- to platilMl _
MORE ('. fIll day' .f IVbmary, 114, ir3>
b
COMPOUNDED: Hal Book 11, Pan H. rubllrTvcNtrria .OATTuBl32 R
money investedby nt palm Be*,a Coon.Iy ACasSOR

_____ QUARTIRLYl : Florida
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the 15th l\'tsnn: AT And fartae. that ta. Matt willacNld.r An UVla

earns from the 1st _ratl.dl>.iMlatmlnar< '.ntai.*4 may In and d ..01..III,
Off ft. to Florida Residents Only from the TriMieva .t the Internal. GRUMMAN MAlINAAMDICA'S
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a>*ryeme l Kuad tH feet oaat
a *M* at ta* ienlerlla of atat
rea I i e Cant an ark atd *f lae ca<...> flNt" UNE1.I
ttaw an Loamy Panda la tN. sheen
First Corp.OF dewrtked plat' aaa 'hat wi. caste
Mortgage .1I
(dairy. he maintaineil la lb width. aho a
}M d.dlr.Md. la ta aforMald MERC CRUISER f
Icalaad( Terrace rrartte.* ......

,c..cll STUART and All V*l> =:;.at fartlea la*'time any and aDMar plane Service & Dealer ,

e..tll". ,
1 OF East Oeoaa Blvd- Acme from the CoortaouM la Stuart Dial AT 7-0123) 'Mt" Ibis. seta day *4 Mar***.**.
,. .. 444 ROUTE 717 RIO-JENSEN BEACHI
SOUTH FLORIDA Corner Atlantic A.... and Indian Bl.... Dr. la Ft. PUrc. v DIal HO I-31U rUl ,

IT. IMS XOth S.....l JO 2-2300 Ver. Bach ARTU AH: --TT.R.owDit
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New Buildings Added to Group I List Here IDC, RtTM'Etcr I TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWSThursday
I
House I SALE NOV. JI-22 November 19, 1964 5-A
Library Open .
The United Daughters of I the VVT
Confederacy will hold a rummage .
Fallout Shelters Available to 2,813 Mb. Friday and Saturday, Nov CARD OF THANKSWe
And Tea Nov. 3041 I from 8:30 a.m to 5 pm. m
on 22 tM Detain building on naglerSttwrt wWi. to.**>r.M our aanrecla-

Four new Martin County mass Road Department/ is building its ter a* something to 'He umxl onlyin opposite 1t": raitattdPW tiM for the many act of kindness
I fallout shelters have been approv- -, offices fallout shelters event of atomic war.. That Justiunt The Martin AtstxMion be \iva MMMW," i MW will 1 he adwkt' andchttdreA' and evpreation of "sympathy extended -
new as County Library Jn 18 AfojunwtM -
.04It.uLub ; 'a chHhe. a lawn mower. to by our friends
, ed. at the result of an updating of individuals. I to anti I so. he said< They furnish IM during
' shelter survey conducted by state fallout IlpeClfie.t: Onl!, "We have The cost! of underground schools ideal hurricane protection in Florida will haW IN annual l open "" Journey." Feb I II.t: heeler, trunk shoe and dmh *. and! after the I*"** and death of
, architects in oo-opcration with the the plans, if they will just take he said is even less than aboveground can be .
U 5. Engineer Corps Civil De- advantage of them," he said. "heati", and cooling Is or play rooms.' Sunday N.V. 22. Persona winning ," Feb I<; and PiM-trwt of naked to call Mr H.rrill..ery.or McCtiftyMr
Director AI Keaton to join the aMocfcHion do Free OHM. ," 2874516( Miss lily M. Fume and Mr A. E Simss.a.atarsin
may March II. AH
fence announced. "Orlando is building three more efficient, the Mudcats study The next phase he declared will art ..
schools on anti-fallout plans. The better and they're built to last be lo recruit and tram shelter management !so at this time on Thursday evemngsHKTFKN 27.175' -- + II.aOSamlrn- roMwrraaal "
They are: the Martin County new Atlantic University at Boca 1.MX yearn.Keaton ." personnel for the Group Tickets for the "World Around -w" ..
courthouse' the basement' of Mar Raton will be We to house 10.- said that the average 1 shelter. "We need at le.t ten Us" travelogue" series will also be K\F.NT, > AT NAt 1 MORITZ 1

tin Memorial Hospital the basement 000 fallout refugees._ __The__State__.homeowner thinks of a fallout\ shelINDIANTOWN \- j per shelter. Training will start avertable' Program this tar will 11IK J\MKS: RVMH: You Can Own a ...... c......7
h -- ---- .
of Atlantic Court Apart tn early January. -..- entv-eighi horsemen, junmr Kimball Ixwrc
ments and the basement' at St Joseph _. 1 _,II. vw ---- w.a.r The Group I shelters will be and adult, taw"k i rare I in fifteen or
Novitiate. Blocked with emergency medical CARD OF Til. \NM races at the tale Twisters Rodeoon I Organ! or Piano

These, in addition to two priorIy NEWS supplies and food: and a plan will We wish j to thank all of her Sunday, Nw I M. FOR oc
approved facilities, St. Joseph be worked out to rush such supplies friend for the kindness end con Next event will be on Sunday' JUST $ / now '
Academy and the underground DOROTHY MciLLISTFR, Correspondent 597-2557 to the Group II shelter. cern given during the lost of our afternoon, Dec, 6, at the lick 4 Year t
to tn
reservoir installed by the Armyat Meanwhile, a continuing search beloved mother llorence Uvmgv. James Ranch Up pay
Jonathan Dickinson Park i a eAw-,- --- ...."---"," ,'a as +e will go on for other buildings wit.I ton. --.- --- .< Moritz Piano Co.
World War II, give Martin County I ed for shelter and a campaign It was not until 1929 that the )1I
sit Group I shelter 4-H Boys To Hold Young Married Folk continued to get public and privateenterprise Mr, and Mrs.. Sam Clean PreMdcnt of the United State 112 N. 5lh StreetPort
The Group 1 shelters now havea Enjoy Fish FryThe I to modify its "structure l Daughter and Son-in-law Thad j a phone on his While Mouse I Pierre, Flu M747. +
shelter k, I .. -'oj
capacity of 1.158 persons, as for emergency use '" < <"
Drive Sat. ---- ---- --- -- -- -
compared to 438 in the two for Paper married young people of -- ----- .
merly approved sites.. the Dunklin Memorial/ Baptist
The Group II shelters system, The Boys' 4-H Club is conduct Church held a fish fry at the .Ju
which would have to be modified ing a paper drive to he held Saturday church Saturday night Nov. 14. ''lw .J
; in case of use. consists i of: the Nov :21. Please gather all There were games provided from
second floor at Martin Memorial old newspapers and magazines, 4 p.m on.Those .
Hospital; the machinery room at leave them outside your door and attending were: Mr and R WJ IRININ
the hospital; the Indiantown Wa- the boys will pick them up. The Mrs. Chuck Hayes and son, Mike, u I I I
Mr, and Mrs Richard Frink and
ter Company plant; three turnpike money they get from the drive '
underpasses\ ; the basement' of will go to buy their 4-II jackets. son, Randy Mr and Mrs. Lloyd !. '
Stuart Junior High School; parts The Girls' 4-H Club of Indian- Smith and Marie and! Gary Mr, AGAIB I "I I I
and Mrs. Jan Hicks and daughters,
Martin Senior
of the new County town held hs regular monthly meeting
High, and portions of Murray Highat at the Methodist Church Mon- Kathy and Karen, Mrs. Jackie
Port Salerno These Group II day afternoon at 2:30. Counselors' Chase and son, Grady, Mr. and STORE No. 39 MELBOURNESTUART
Mrs. Larry Knight and! Randy,
facilities would take care of 1,253 present were: Mrs John Wood
persons. and Mrs. Talmadge Howard. I, Ronnie, and Rohm Mrs. Linda

"In addition laid Keaton, I Ostorne 881anll Jane and ,daughters Rev. Ted Beth Lott and Su- FRIDAY \ C SATURDAY

"Acre are fifty known private Youth Crusade Debbie and Gail Lott Mr. and ea L.I/t./ Advertised prices effective
shelters in the county which could ,
Mrs Floyd McAllister and Tony
accommodate around 500 and Sandra Mrs Lanese South and thru Saturday at all stores

shelter"This capacity gives us at a present total known of 2,- Set For Nov. 21 sons, and Jerry Scott. SHOPPING R M N n + from Key \Vest to Orlando.

813, which; is far from adequatefor SkAllMG: PARTY Store .
our estimated 22.000 population Another Youth Crusade' meeting 9ltrSui: Weekdays
The Intermediate Training Union Joy
but a great improvement over" will be held at the Tropical class of Dunklm Memorial CENTER DISCOUNT STOR ES .
in 1961.
the 200 known shelters Farms Baptist Church Saturday
Church held
Baptist a skating par
Keaton said: "We are going night! This i i is the second meeting Saturday night Nov. 14. The Oniwillly Right Reserved
ty
ahead, but the rate M too slowto of five Baptist churches in Martin trip to \\est t Palm Beach was taken I i /i
catch with our expanding
up County In the church bus The chaperones -
population." The first Wit held at Dunklm were Mr. and hits. Archie \ 13-oL Vacuum Can "Goldon Roast"
the hope that Mat Reynolds Wrap ALUMINUM FOIL
He expressed, Memorial Baptist Church. A large Cox Mr Ted Lott, and Jim l
attended and an even greater
group Wright. Those' attending were:
.
Thanksgiving Special! crowd is expected at this meeting Deborah Snipes( Evelyne Wright
11111....., Frl., Sat. and Most. A Mm "Seventeen" will be Evelyn Clements Glenn Payne MIXED NUTS
will start at
shown. The meeting Peggy Martin Janet McAllister 1
,
ALL DRESSES 730.: Janelle Clements. Ricky Yoder i.- M.v .
Joy Dustin, Beth Lott Paul Lott 1 .
20% OFFALL REVIVAL TillS- WEEK Rodney Mixon Lillie Mae Williams "
The Church of Gof I; Irma Lou Williams Brenda v
SALES FINAL town is holding a revival this Tinsley, Debbie Cox, Charlie Cox /
week. It started: Nov 16.1: he evangelist Jimmy Tin ley. Cathy Johnson,
FRERE'SMVTERNirY ( Bert Dodson from Rosman Juancl! Prevail, Wanda Coving- t
,4. C. is the speaker for the week ton. Terry Wall Betty Shiver, Putty ", t!
NEAR All 'meeting*! will start: at 7:30: Dearian and Juanita Sheet. t

124 Orui*. Are Ft Pt. .. pm. PERSONALS I I A l ,. '

HONOR STUDENTS Mr and Mrs Eugene Pollard n .* *, i ,
kr UY5.
.H. celebrated their fifteenth wedding! If.\ ,
students who "
\\1 have Five high Indiantown scholastic averages have' anniversary Nov 15 ,, 7W f fomow leynoMt Wrap. Ahmilmmi. P.ehe9le9! ,I

For Beauty been asked to join Beta Club and Mr. and Mrs Leo Simmons and $*W Is your Msurwtct. Hi.t .. %,!' ,.,," ...11.... I I'r,' A ", ."U, watering mtxtur' .f toshtwi, ,

National Honor wera.aked Society art: My sons will he moving to Indiantownin Hfii. I by 'the iMmiiferwer to kelp (melts, sure his ,Ia.h. almonds) .pecans and peanutsr..4t.d

y.a ssL4'i i ra:vThone/wh Jackson; a senior: Cheryl I Ad- Green.in the near future' front Howling,I I pnd.et rMe'es y.. w pare 81t4 frith.. raid. .Itt! lie t. |, rft
riance, Janet Smiley Linda James, _. p1 M fee fey it wM ..., ill L \
juniors and Patty Dearian a sophomore -I I Mrs. Rachel Baker Is in the hospital I ,
These were asked to Join in Sluart. She entered it on rMaw..rtww ...,;.,
' Beta Chub Johnny Mancha was Nov. 16 SAVE 18' M/t0YN1. /UC/.I' .....sli .
f' asked to join National Honor Society Regular she
f Airs Jean Knight celebrated her
birthday Nov, I 12 25
Foot RvH
CELEBRATES BIRfHOAY I Mr and Mrs Bruce Lightseyhad

Terry birthday Wall celebrated Tuesday her Nov.fourteenth 10 I and as Mrs.their Harris guests Anderson Saturday Mr and. "'. Oren T.mp.,.. 2 I i

with a party given by her parents. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Wooten of
Traditional Cake and punch and Fort Myers. Mrs Anderson is the wits. F.db', '
In assorted party snacks were served. !sister of Bruce Ughiscy Strength CANSDUCHESS
Those attending were: David
Vic Mr and Mrs. David Oshornc
,
Wanda Covlngton
Pollard
celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary -
y kie Slocumb, Fveryne Wright. Fve- Nov I IS. Also Miss
That Is You... lyn Clements, Beth I Lott Star Yoder Wall, Susan' Ovhorne observed her fifth VIENNA COOKIESA

Sandy Debbie Williamson Cox Calvin Beverly Carter Don birthday Nov. 19. '.2 Lb. Rum Flavored FRUIT CAKE '

I aid Beach. Uoyd Elmore. Dean Orville Dickinson of Vestal N.
Barnhifl. Ullic Mae Williams y. is the guest of Mr and Mrs. delicious mouth.
Pelicanr Wayne (Carlton Connie Barfield, Adriance and daughter Cheryl.Mr j.Packed in Decorative Reusable Container
Debra H.ancocDebhie Rhine, Dickinson will spend the winter watering assortment .
Ricky Barfield. Ann Harrison with the Adriances.
Beauty Salon Donny) Moss, Juanita Sheets Mar- NoHihg to typifiti the of Y ,,1
shall Dean Ricky MOO, Barbara Carol Yoder celebrated her seventeenth holiday spirit as a full

Evenings by AppoiattnevtMjrtke r and Terry Mina Richie Wilhoit./ Diana ,. birthday Nov. 15. flavored fruit coke chock wholesome '
Kenneth Murphy
I Pedro Peret Jackson Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown art full of mouth vaftrlna
Clark Sheltra Mary Walt the proud parents of a .baby boy cookies made i
Smiley. Kay Howard, Jonnie horn Martin Memorial nuts fruits Clllel RUM 4
at
Saturday
Il5 OSCEOLA AT 7J4M,, Sam Chamnest, Eva Wall Robert Stuart. FLAVOR! _
Hospital in
-l Collier and Randy Wright..!: with the finestingredients. ya'w'
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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Clements t
have on a week-long
gone t tr
camping: ,; trip to mid-Florida.
OPENING MON. NOV. 23
Miss Anita Maxwell celebratedher \
twelfth birthday Nov. 12.

Sound Fixit Shop Marvin Waldron has returned
Hobe
[ from Milwaukee Wit, where he t 2 Ib. BOX .
has been working with George
VILLAGE PLAZA Oliver since his graduation, last .
year. He spent the weekend with
HIGHWAY AIA, nOIE SOUND, FLORIDA his family and !left Nov. 16 for .
Boca Raton where he i* wading M1

.fpalrt on an efectrlral ..,11aIKwen.. aol.re. punt,.. hat :
Mrs. Betty Nygard returned
\. | M oC home repairs. Opera 9:00 a... I* I.-OO pm.davt BOO T. SMENS
6 y M<8 wtck.tape West home Palm from Beach the and hospital.h reported I In ', Men's Extra fie. QagitylWALK 'Children's Cowboy

doing well,
S46-4S41 OR 544- 5200 r '
PHONE
I
Mr and) Mrs D. E. Mixon have! Mflo.tI .U, nyr i ild

a* their guest Mrs. John ColliN SHORTS'r glerf.l, ..+w.

r Am, 'A: I\TATN i"Tmmffi"i I cn "ra of Brunswick. Mixon' mother Ga Mrs. Collins I.Mrs. "I .., tt..t. vrHbb.althLl

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a'f and Mrs Henry ... 1e.1 ... ttw.ttho ... '
Christmas Tree Lane new rctukntt on SemmokDrive. I A f........ *.I.l .. ..!. ..
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They arc formerly of I ".L e
Chartestown. W Va. They havei i r1 I.r4t. &..?.. A Cef

I two torn. Mike and Ralph. Mr 'I tea .... C.IN c."..

I'I' A Christmas! Bazaar Romaift Horseman/h employed Association M SL Lucie: I .... ...... .I. anrt.dp \ SILL i JOfj/

Sponsored by I ....,.. ..4 ..... .....
Mrs. H. E. Adam had at her re
Woman's Auxiliary of
+ The I 22..42.
guest, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ab-i
. Martin Memorial, i/al neT and ton*. Sunday and Mon
day. I FLEECE LINED GLOVES
.
Thursday Dec. 3 10 a.m. to 6 pm I
E4wm' Prevail of Beth Glade

' Friday, Dec. 4 10 a.m. to 8 pm. stated Frank Monday Prevatt. with Mr and Mrs handsome I f
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AT I f for
Mrs. Wanda Prevail and deugfc. enough

STUART WOMAN'S CLUB lee, JIUMO. sad sink! warm, dress sturdy mr
ws.ed. with Mr*. Rote Armttroeg
Free Coffee Goodies in Bent Wade Sunday. Mr. Arm- I Ilit. enough for workor
.... i it Mrs Prevtf mailer,
and
Toy Gifts sports.Four .
to 3 pet CMM. of all America!
families, bare bMtwMt ad .rtmIM
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I North River Shores Thursday Nov. 19: 7:30: a.m.,' The weekday Masses Monday Toten/est

J 1" Sunday: 9 a.m., morning worship Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist \ -, through Friday will be at 8:30 ajn.
service. Senior High Choir; 10 L'm. ; 10:30: a.m., Alta Guild and on Saturday at 7:30: a.m. Services Set
: f Sunday church school classes meeting and ECW study group School of Religion for high I

1 r9l ''m. all ages; 11 a.m., morning wor- Friday Nov. 20: 3 p.m., Girls' school students will be held on Thanksgiving and Totenfest
service Chancel Choir, ; 5:30: Friendly Society. Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. and for service will be held at the United

I i p.m., Senior High Choir practice; Saturday. Nov. 21 1: 9:30: am., elementary school students on Saturday Church of Palm City on Thursday
1 I 6:30: Senior Fellowship from 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
p.m. High Junior Choir 10:30 Senior Nov.
; : a.m., 26 at 9:30: a.m. The
and 7:30: p.m., meeting of Choir. A diocesan census will be taken i
the Christian Education commit Sunday Nov. 22. service will be conducted by the
Sunday Nov. 22: 7:30: a.m., on
Rev. W. E. Wilson the Rev. R.
: t tee Holy Eucharist: 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist NEW CoiN LAUNDRY '
S tld Wednesday, Nov. 18, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday school; d 11 1 a.m., IS INCORPORATED 'I Gary Peters and Kenneth Mooreat

choir practice. morning prayer and sermon; 7:30: the newly constructed outside

Tuesday, Nov. 24, family night p.m., Inquirer' Class and Episcopal Secretary of State Tom Adams I altar on the river across from the
supper at the church, 6:30: p.m. Young People meet in the announced the chartering of Burns church.

Wednesday, Nov. 25, Union rector's office.Wednesday : Coin Laundry Inc., Stuart authorized During the service, the Sacra

i1I Thanksgiving service in the First Nov. 25: 8 p.m.,' stock: 100 shares of com-!! ment of Holy Baptism will be celebrated.

I Baptist' Church, 7:30: p.m., sponsored Union Thanksgiving service at I mon of no par value launtkybusi-: Everyone is invited.
v by the Martin County Ministerial the First Baptist Church.COMMUNITY I Operation of a coin
k
Association.RIO ness! incorporators: Bobby Burns,
1 frt CHURCH Margaret Burns, Laurie Burns,, all HELP WANTEDMEN

BAPTIST Jensen Beach of Fort Pierce. I

The monthly church business Morning worship service 9:30: RETREAT HELD TO DO SIIEET METAL

,,' a meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m., a.m. Sunday; second worship servIce The ladies of St. Joseph! and ASSEMBLY AND RIVETING
t n Wednesday\ The Church Choir I 11:00: a.m.' Sunday; mid-week their friends attended a weekend
'will practice at 8:15 p.m. worship service 7:00: p.m., Thunda -:, retreat at the Cenacle retreat house !MUST HAVE MECHANICAL

Leaders and members of the in Lantana. Rev. Joyce Spencer : ABILITY AND BE WILLING
4' various church organizations will Other meetings Youth Fellowship C.P. was retreat director. Attending AND ABLE TO LEARNAN

take part in a visitation program 6:30: p.m. Sunday; Senior: were: Mrs. George Rueliun,
Thursday to reach absentees and Choir 7:30: p.m. Wednesday; Junior! Mrs. Edward Kinsclla Mrs. Em- EQUAL:

IJ prospects.: : The visitation programs Choir 6:30: p.m. Wednesday; and ; ma Scharff Mrs. Anny Gleason! OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
I divided into three periods during Alcoholics Anonymous 8:00: p.m. II Mrs Carl Turner Mrs. Helen Ku-

the day: 9:30: a.m., 3 and 7 Wednesday. bin Mrs. Constance Bruzdoskl Phone Collect
; p.m. A nursery is provided for Monthly meetings Official i Mrs. Olin Booth Mrs. Margie

...........v,_.,. .._..,. '..... I .L". IIJt"74l&YIIIII.$' '' a>h... ', .:! Ii" the infants visitation of mothers program taking in the part morn-in Church board 7:30 Aid: Circle p.m. 1:30 third: p.m.Tuesday fourth; Pine Philip Mrs.Schratwicscr John Cottrell Mrs. M Philip r s. I For Appointment;

THREE GIRL scours with their neighborhood chairman. Mrs. Bank of Stuart, to plan fund raining activities. The Scouts are In g. Wednesday; Friendship Circle 8:00: Angcll Mrs. Yvette Haymon. Mrs.
I The Martin County BaptistYouth fourth Tuesday; and Men'sBrotherhood
1 Ray Chandler, met Tuesday with Mayor Ray Cook of Stuart Edith: Rollison a Junior; Arlce Hendricks,, a Brownie and Denise meeting will be held Sat p.m. 6:30: p.m. third Friday. Mrs Henry Brown Vogt of of Lake Deerfield Worth Beach and 287-5303

and David D. Irons executive' vice president of the first NationalA Rosmarin Cadet. church wishes thank 1
urday at 7:30: p.m. at the Tropical The to everyone i Mrs Lauremia Brodeur of Hol 11-19 ((143))
Farms Baptist Church. A film for making the annual faira lywood.
Irons Chairman ; Goal Set at $1,500 "Seventeen will be shown All success. Our sincere appreciation - -
HRU1E'JIIODISr! of the young people in the coun- to all the chairladies and all those
Stuart invited. who worked and donationsand
ty are gave
Nov. J 18 3:30 Sunday school begin at 9:45: to those who attended.
Wednesday, : p.m.,
Girl Scouts Funds Drive Will
Junior Choir rehearsal; 7:30: p.m., a.m. with a class of Bible study
Chancel Choir rehearsal for everyone. The worship service JEIIOV AirS WITNESSES:
is at 11. Training Union begins at Kingdom Hall, Britt Road
Thursday, Nov. 19: 6:30: p.m.,
Methodist Men's 6:15: p.m. The evening worship Thursday 7:30: TheocraticMini.try
p.m.
Start in County Thursday supper meeting service is at 7:30.: A nursery is
School 8:30
; : serv-
on en's Friday Study Nov.Group.20: 10 a.m., Worn- provided for infants during all of ice meeting, theme: p.m.Benefiting

the services. From the Bible Study Servant and
;Girl[ Scouts i of America In an County area serves several hundred clubs to tell the "Girl Scout Story. Sunday Nov. 22 Thanksgiving The AsMxiutional! Brotherhood His Counsel: from God's Organiza S.S.PICRC al
Sunday: 8:45: a.m., worship serviceI meeting will be held Monday at
ever continuing effort to devote girls, Irons pointed out, since Persons interested in volunteerIng tion.
themselves to training of future there are ten troops in Stuart alone I; 9:45: a.m., coffee break; 10 the King's Highway Baptist Church 4 p.m., public discourseby
'I to assist: Irons and Met Chandler a.m., church school; 11 a.m., worship in Vero Beach Supper will be serv- Sunda
!citizens: are planning an increased and two in the Port Salerno area Subject: "Science ST. ONGE
and expanded program in the Mar with more organizing every month. in the current drive which is service 11; 5:30: p.m.. pastor's ed at 7 p.m. and an inspirational Upholds Bible Truth." 5:15: p.m.,

I tin County area, including Stuart. During the two-week drive, Senior aimed at raising: $1,500, are invited 'class! ; 6 p.m., Youth Choir re program will follow, Bible study with aid of Watchtower -

and Port Salerno. Mrs. Joseph Gallagher Girl Scouts will be making appearances to attend Thursday's>> meeting hcanal l; 6:45: p.m., M.Y.F.jneeting. Theme: "Jerusalem Burdensome
executive director of the at various local civic he said. Monday Nov. 23: 7 a.m., Men's FIRST BAPTISTStuart Stone to All the Peo
Palm Glades Council of which the I. Prayer group; 8 p.m., Dorcas Cir ples." MARKETWe

area is a member etc The Florida Baptist Convention Tuesday 8 p.m., Bible study.
announce
has the appointment' Special) Christian Science Wednesday Nov. 25: 3:30: highlights will be reviewed by Rev. Theme: "Waiting in Exile for Ba

David Irons, executive vice presi-I p.m., Junior Choir rehearsal; 7:30: F. H. Watkins at the prayer service bylon's Fall"Assemblies feature gourmet foods from around the world.
r dent of the First National pm., Chancel Choir rehearsal; Wednesday evening at 7:30.: for participation in
Stuart aa bead of a fund raising Service Thanksgiving Day 7:30: p.m.. Union Thanksgiving Preceding this service the Training field service Saturday and Sunday Also S. S. Pierce and John Sexton fine foods.HOBESOUND .

campaign .. services First Baptist' Church. Union Sunday school and 9:15: a.m.REDEEMER.
Irons will preside at a kick-off music executive committees will
traditional Thanksgiving Day world shall remember and
meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. ; turn SALERNO SOUTHERN meet at the church at 6:30.: The LUTHERAN
service wil be held in all Christian
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unto the Lord and all the kindreds
in the of the : \ 'TWudnelday Chancel Choir will rehearse at'
19 community room
Science' churches on Thursday Early worship is held
every
First National Bank in art effort of tho nations shall worship before : : 546-2761 546-5540 546.2951
Nov. 26. : Choir practice will 8:15.Thursday Sunday morning at 8 o'clock regular
''to emphasize the importance of In Stuart the service will begin Thee.,' begin at 7 p.m. "Hour of Power" Is churchwldc: visitation worship at 10:30: with Bible
:
from
with visitors
,community support through time at 11 a.m. In First Church of The service will also! include starts at 7:30.: Layman Gilbert day, leaving class and Sunday school at 915.:
the church at 9 2 and 7
and money to the scout program. Christ Scientist located on East hymns and a special Thomas will be the speaker The a.m. p.m. The story of a Japanese gardener -
school /
prayer period The Sirloin
He will be assisted in his drive by Friendship Sunday
Sunday school teachers' meetingwill who has lost his one big pearl,
Ocean Boulevard. A Bible lesson! during which church: membersin class will meet at the home of
Mrs. Wilma' Chandler neighborhood follow the service. and almost loses his remainIng
one -
"Thanksgiving" will bo read, the congregation stand prayer
may up Mrs. Watkins at 745.: At 8 the
in the Stuart
chairman area.
I Thursday: A "Good News Club"will treasure his charming little
opening with a verse from Psalms and express their thanks The public JOY Sunday school class will Steak
Girl Scouting" in the Martin meet in the primary building granddaughter, is told on "This Is
ro ((22:27): ): "AU the end of the is invited. meet at the home of Mrs AlbertEn
'
I at 3 p.m. These clubs: ant none the Life, the weekly TV programof
I denominational; under: the direction the Lutheran Church which USDA Choice
,
of International null Evangelism Martin County Youth-Night will can be seen Sunday at 9 a.m. j
New each
Youth Set 'Bible Class
Rally Reading on be held at the Tropical Farms Baptist -
Fellowship.: Mrs. W. JL on Channel 4. J
Merrill is the teacher. Church Saturday night at 7:30.: the Lutherad (Hour is heard c

By Baptists at Thanksgiving: to Christmas The Sunday morning worship will The be teen-age shown. film, "Seventeen every Sunday evening featuringDr. 89 Ib
will begin at 9:30.: The pastor, Oswald Hoffmann, the veteran
"Gratitude" will be the topic of
Rev. Charles O. Bennett, will! bring speaker in this international
FarmsTropical 1- Age" It will begin with the read- the message at both the 8:30: and
Tropical a message entitled. "Nevertheless program of "Bringing Christ to

1 I Ing of the First Psalm on Thanksgiving at Thy Will." Sunday school will day II o'clock morning.worship Rev Forrest services H. Watkins Sun- the Nations" over WSTU at 7:35: Porterhouse Steak . . 99c lb.
Rev. Allan R. Stuart, minister of
and will be climaxed follow at 1045.: Epworth League
Farms Baptist Church the First Methodist Church. "Any with Day will start at 6:30: The Sunday pastor will speak on "Gen p.m.Pastor's adult Bible class is held
the Christmas p.m.
will be host! Saturday night at 7:30: person can amend his neglect of !! Gospel on Story Christmas.from St.Luke's A evening worship will begin at uine Thanksgiving" at the evening school every Tuesday evening at 7:30: T-Bone Steak . . . 99c Ib.
to the Martin Youth Cru worship at 7:45.: Sunday
County.
world's
the Bible by Joining the 7:30.: There is a and choir rehearsal also every
selection daily readings for 1965 nursery provided
sade, a monthly rally sponsored/ for all ages begins each Sunday
largest Bible class and reading a
all 7:30. school
for infants during serve Tuesday at : Sunday
also be Obtained free from
the churches of the may morning at 9:45: and Training UnIon
by Baptist' selected each day, This leadership training class meets ev I
passage
the American Bible 450 I
to of all Society ices.Monday fur all begins Sunday evening U. S. Prime
county Open teen-agers class ages
unique Bible-reading starts : The Victory Circle ery Wednesday evening at 8. $189
Park New N. Y.
faiths these Saturday night meetings Thanksgiving Day and continues: 10022.Avenue, York will meet at 7:30: p.m. in the home at 6:30.: A class for new members Next Sunday evening there Filet Mignon, Whole Tenderloin ............ lb.
present a variety of programs through Christmas." of Mrs. C. O. Bennett. or anyone interested in what will be a family fellowship dinner

under the guidance of a committee Worldwide Bible Reading I ssponsored FWST CHURCH ()I' CHRIST Tuesday at 7:15: p.m. the Men's Baptists night believe at 6:30: Is held In the each pastor'sstudy. Sunday at the' church beginning at 5:30: ,
competed of representatives by the American Bible Evangelistic Team will meet in the' sponsored by the Ladies Guild.
SCI EN I liS f .
is invited
Interested
with from Josie the Hogan sponsoring as chairman.churches, Society and a distinguished com- East: Ocean Blvd., Sttart Sunday school annex. Also! This Anyone class is led by Rev. Wat- 1 he program will bear the Thanksgiving Center Cut Pork Chops i. 69clb.
mittee of laymen headed by PresIdent tion all leaguers Christmas theme.
will be Lesson-sermon! subject Nov. 22: auen-j kins.
Featured this Saturday Lyndon Johnson. By reading practice will begin at 7:15: The clothing drive for Lutheran End
"Soul! and afternoon at 3:30 the Cut Pork Chops 39c lb.
Monday
the "Seven Body. :
sound motion picture Is . .
in
the same pte-selected portion of Our church' will 1 conduct a special World Relief now progress.
Testimonial; Junior Girls' and Sunbeams
Billed the "mostly widely Wednesday meeting I : Auxiliary
teen. as I II.
Scripture each day a "spiritual' Thanksgiving service Wed- Good used! clothing of all kindsis
viewed Christian! tccn-uge film bond is formed between Christians 8 p.m. day, Nov. 25, at 7:30: p.m. All will meet at the church under welcome will be packed and .
the of Mrs. Gene
'I ever produced, "Seventeen" tells around tho world. Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave : are Invited to attend. The Wom leadership shipped immediately, because it is
with drama the story of a girl who stationed In nue: Year round hours Monday I.!en's Missionary Societies will provide Davidson! and Mrs Harry Corky urgently needed. RACK OF LAMB AND
I dared to bring the witness of Christi A lonely Marine through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. refreshments after the service At 7 the soclationul Brotherhood Sunday afternoon there will bea
the South Pacific World f
i her fellow students and of the during Christian Science.radio rrolll'lm."The ,. supper meeting will be heldat Walther League rally at Belle Crown Roasts Lamb or Pork
War U originated the idea when
that changed their the King Baptist Church in Vero
spiritual
power fellow he asked his family to read the Bible Speaks to You" may Beach. Rev. Watkins will bringa Glade; all young people are In- Prepared to OrderORDER
be
lives. There will also a CII'UR i
him be heard over WSTU, Stuart. 1450kc ) UNITED: OF CHRIST vited.
with each day. I
,
same passage on steward1.hip.Mn.
iship period following the film for message
at 7:15: Mondays. (Congregational) Palm City .
p.m. .
all who attend. The society developed the idea James Siglcr will be host! registration SC
These monthly' meetings came selected Bible readings for each Topic for Nov." 23: "Thankigiv- Wednesday Nov. 18: 7:30( p.m.. to the Duress Sunday school class Truck and bus in

into being several weeks ago In response day and printed these selections ing in Action "Inmate Out" program. Parish 'at her home Tuesday afternoonat the United States amounts to 40 NOW
of the world total.
to the need felt by a number bookmarks.. Since 1943 more MEN'S and community invited 2. The Cherub and Carol Choirs per cent _

of young people for more than 80.000.000 of these book !MEETS BROTHERHOOD AT VKRO: i. Friday Nov. 20: 3:30: p.m., con-I 'will meet at the church: Tuesday LIo.'UAL ADTFtwrl'aeswm'IT : FOR THANKSGIVING
.
youth activities in the area with a marks have been distributed free firmation clans. afternoon at 3:30: for rehearsal under I tun simile cola OK TUB'
positive Christian. accent It is expected to people desiring to participate The"''Men's Brotherhood of the I Sunday, Nov. 22: II ..m., the the leadership of Mrs. Bill niSTII: al UII'. ''. CIHCIIT n Fresh Maryland
that attendance Saturday in the program. Bookmarks for Indian River Baptist Association service and sermon "Check My i Rogers and Mrs Milton Duncan.Dr. All" Suit F'L"Rnsl.PAt1 WIHTI1. I'VtaTV.TtTH Turkeys
OP
night will surpass the fine group this year's Worldwide Bible Read will meet on Monday night, Nov. Growth;" 5:30: Fellowship !. J. D. Parker will be host to ... CMtMKMt.. Lox SWKl Fresh Maine Capons

at the first meeting, held at Indian- ing are available free at the First 23 at the King Baptist hurch in guests!, Methodist Youth; I. the deacons at a supper meeting B.NB a.U COM IHlMlMond us, hn wire.
town I last nonth. All teen-agers and Methodist Church. ; Vcro Beach. Supper will 'be served I. 7 p.m. discussions and creative art, Tuesday evening at 7 at Beyer's MalntlffK.UH.li .

interested adults are invited to at- The theme of this year's program : at 7 p.m. and will 'be followed by "Meaning and Making of t b Restaurant. y.>. ARMrx .
tend. is "God's Word for a New a business and program m'Ctin!._ Advent: Wreath_ ," a family night.1 HEIIRKHT UPAt a .Inel.man. 'U'- POP.TOP BALLANTINE BEER
ALL SAINTS': EPISCOPALJeaaea : Pit) and 1, "P\l'U"
.NO./ MWORTH.. w r.. tllILWI'N Co Pop-Top bottles, with
--- Beach .. Qn
*4''v'------; : VtuKTVI. sod to.tfe. ;;' $5.00 Order Until 2 Please .... h' .... 6 for Oa7C
Thursday, Nov. 19, Elizabeth '......ndssta '
Princess of Hungary: 10 a.m. NOTICM 0P "ORtJe |...... ksl IU.IIIN"U.

Holy Those Communion.Who Care Intention for the :Sick."For" I Clark undralirn4, .,or is Olrrult aar.br Durthr Court.I..n l'l of..h.I rcr.Martin the ai Maine; Potatoes . . 10 Ib. 49c

Altar Guild meeting follows. |I Cuuntr. Florida, wilt t o.I Seth day
of November 1. 4. at tlC: A.M..
and Friday Martyr Nov. 20. Edmund.Communion King Courthoux.t the w..trn In Martin front County door ,of Florid th. Small Eggs H. . . 4 doz. $1.00
Holy
n.m'h: : *. In th* City of Htuart. nffr foral
x the Conversion and. ..ll at publl .,trrr and
.t.tM .tN of non-Christian Rulers." t* th. blihval and beet blddr for
nan. ., th. following d....rlbd arop- HILLS BROTHERS COFFEE
Nov. 21 9 a.m.-9
Saturday : .elf .,t..t, In Martin County,
p.m.. bazaar, parish hall; 10 ante Florida: Regular ... Drip. Uith .

,>h __ AdsGROUNDBREAKING children Inquirers' cI.: Lot i. Utovk 41, Palm, City ...- $5.00 Order limit I rte- "._"._",.....,."., ft, 3 9 C
Sunday next before Advent, nrdlnato th* Flat
Nov lh.r7 fll.d bruarr oIit .
22 7:30 Communion
:
a.nHoly and r* ord.d In tlal kook S.
; 9 am, family communion Pair SI. Palm ".."h mow. Martini
i church school; 1 11 1 a.m., mornIng Cowry.. riorWa. Psbil.Ieaord. Nabisco PureCIoeoale

prayer.Tuesday.
I Nov. 24 7 Holy numb ..1. will t* .iad. ."rnanlt
: a.m. .'the Final I.e14..t Forelvr. pinwheels . 3ge. kg.II .
Communion. Intention: "Our Coon daUd ins. In Chan
try. Inquirers' classes: 3 017 ('::.n:*. task, In tfi, Ctraullrurt
pan
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Ih Math 111..1' ClrrnttIn
children: > p.m. adults and for "."11\ County, mat ofKlurtd
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INDIAN RIVER D. Cwmba aad Larva a CttMlM. hi. Are A
W UNITARIAN .wir, ar* Pl.lntirri. and Lasts Arm,
FELLOWSHIPThe a alna-l mss H.rbrt Kpanldlnvand CHEESE CONNOISSEURtry
Dt .......! Unitarian Felfowship meets ...,lw,n t- Worth and ,
each Sunday at II 1 a.m. in the Fort : Worth hU. *lf., ar* MhnianU.This .
Pierce Beach Hiio thai] b. p.l l..,..4 la
Community Center Th. Wiaart Xw. sea times Boursault from France,
742 Drive.Sunday I
Seaway WttnMi my hand and the official
*.al roun ekes 11 dN .*
school Is
at 9:30: amSermon ": t1. Crenia Danica from Denmark
subject by Dr. William retibri.yt1'RCR
i J. Arms Sunday .Now.. 22 will tit a* Clorfc ;of rtrvoll. ; Cmtrt wMort.
Count Florida
Thanksgiving-Audit or Oppor t: SIKMfeA.fCTRCCTT .

A ...- runty" (r'CRkt awttl Frequent Daily Deliveries

\ CEREMONIES for the of left to Mrs. Peterson and Albeit Heal two of the OrttHTBRthMf: OUOtfTCRJOXBT ;
right d
parsonage Sally > .
/a IfcW Ses.d
By the end of the decade there T. T. Oa"'_ L Jfer, Tep.e.y I.pMew. k..J. s..rti.A
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TdMY Method church were held at Arch lIolpla' Jensen oldest members of the church; Rev. Neil GunuUua, pastoc; and will be an increase of 37.000,000 P. (X 1>t1I... M

r, tollowiuy morning service oa Sunday Taking part are, Debbie Crews and Jamea Stupe, twq of the youngest members. local library users, k ia predicted. ....*K_*.*..IS no". IM"*".




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Unit THE
Pediatrics durml'lj I Ufatron's Class at STUART Florida) NEWS ThuMby, November 19,1964 1-B
the }ear )tot)h.o4 This program i
is sponsored hv the General Fed- Luncheon Recently
(
SOCIETYMISS ration of Women clubs and! the Attending the American Institute The percentage of Roman Cath-
Junior Woman Club Sr-Roebuck Foundation. The The Matrons' Clan luncheonwas : of Architects slat' conventionNov. olic hospitals accredited by the
s citation was presented! the juniors held Nov. 3 at the First! Meth. 12-15, Jacksonville, were Joint Commission on Acceptation I
for their Mr. and Mrs Richard Pryor Mr. of is 87
work on the J Pediatrics odist Church. Thirty-six( members Hospitals per cent: -considerably
Unit at Martin Memorial and Mrs. Richard Granfteld and higher than the national
'J Hot.rilal.I and five guests attended. Guests Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rosmarin.
.. Honored for Project average.
;" :;: 1 were Mn. Bernice l-oring Mrs.
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>. 10 Mm: Pearl Clark Mn. Edna Crouch, TI
Mrs. Guy Cromwell, President : of Women's Clubs Mrs. Frank AT ('RR110:\,.: and Rev. and Mrs Allen Stuart S PEC I AL ND'SATURDAYYASSORTED
Th Daughters of the American Mrs. Blanche
I of the Junior Woman's Chub ac- Johnson junior state director Bucney returneo
tea Revolution will meet at the I thanks. 'I he president. Mrs. M.
tr I companed by Mrs. Rod Adcrholdt, spoke on the junior clubs and home of 111"E"ana P. Nelson, opened the meeting with
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I first vice president, attended the their project, "Dare fo Be Square." rary ST. prayer front Mrs J. I Ricnnrds I Butter Cookies 19c
District 10 annual meeting in West I Mrs. Cromwell along with the 311 Cardinal Way,, Thursday Nov. ,I The group "When the Roll Do%.
Palm Beach Nov. 6. other junior and sense presidents, 19 at 8 (p.m Members having I Is Called; an\-
Mrs. Vincent Welp. senior di- gave a report on the many activities -I clothes for the approved school I Hostesses for December will" 1 be IDEAL BAKERY
rector, and Mrs. Robert Avera 'I of the Stuart Juniors. are asked to bring them to the Mrs, Henrietta Steeb, !Mrs Irene
I District 10 junior director were The Junior Woman's Club of I Martin, Mrs. James. Walsh and $32 Colorado Avenue ... DIAL 2S70544Specials
meeting or to take them
the presiding officers. The programconsisted Stuart received a citation from the to Mrs Mrs, J R. Pomcroy Sr. The meet. also available at
of talk by the four state I' Community Improvement Programfor I I P. L Steelman, ((01 Seminole Ave ing closed with prayer f.111Mrs.. JENSEN BEACH, SUNDRIES JENSEN: BEACH
officers of the Florida Federation its outstanding leadership i in nue. J, J, Richards .
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Kathleen Margaret Hartman .to


I Wed William T. Moore Dec. 12Mr. t rta J


and Mr. Ralph Hartman Buckhannon-Upshur High School
Jr., 1029 East Tenth Street announce and West Virginia Wesleyan College -
the engagement and approaching both in Buckhannon: W. Va.
marriage of their daughter He is a member of Theta XI social -
Kathleen Margaret to William !. fraternity.
Terrence Moore, son of Mr. The wedding will be held Sat
and Mrs. K. C. Moore, Miami. urday. Dec 12 at 9:30: a.m. at St. j
Miss Hartman is a graduate of Joseph Catholic Church. No local
Central Catholic High School Fort invitations are being sent and all s ss nlc, w i Pierce. Her fiance is a graduate of friends are invited. n ,a MAe aa V

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Visit to Langford'sA I A .act Mq a'i"" rts ;.



total of thirty-seven yticht E. Finley Cannon., Gainesville:
arrived at Langford Marina .this "Valcntis," Walter T. Colquctt,
past week, with most of, that num Boca Raton; "Merry Mac VII." I
ber, twenty-five heading'south Brent R. McCormick Fort Laud. ".4 Wsrr r
ward. The remaining twelve yachts, erdale; "Gray Gull," G. F. Annie. r
with their owners, were Florida nuster, Jupiter; and "Tanukl II,"
based.A Roy W Cronachon, Delray Beach. : A' r, k
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reverse ratio was indicated: in' Guests from out-of-state at the
the number of Floridians and out. I villas were Robert B. Overmeyer,
of-statcrs Haying i at Langford Toledo Ohio, and Bob Header A. 4A ln
Villas during the same period. son, South Charleston, W. Va. dvwe .
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Records of Perry Kirk marina From Florida were Edward R. rwww e
and villas'manager, indicated that Johnson West Palm Beach; P. E f1 p +
twenty-seven Floridians were villas McFarland, Orin Armstrong! Bob ..3A + b u r ri
guests, with but two guests from Brown Don O'Mallcy: A. Ziue- rat. Ell
out-of-state. wilt E. S. McCrady. and V. Archer D
Without doubt the reopening: all of Pompano Beach; Mr. and g
of Frances Langford't Outrigger Mrs. H. E. W. Tinker, Miami I ; f z
Restaurant, accounted for the influx Beach; Mr. and Mrs. V. J, Parks,
of guests from Florida who Lake Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Rich. ...
came I by boats and by land. ard R. Jones, Lakeland; Mr. and
""I he Langford complex," said Mrs. Larry Cook Cocoa Beach;
i
Ed Lawrence, general manager, 'is Mr. and Mr s. F. i Fairchild Mr. I
, geared for its biggest season (in and Mrs. Milo E. Smith, Mr. and 1
\ our history.! Mrs. H. H. Jeek, and Mr. and Mrs.
| Yachts and owners from out-of- W. E. Rowland all of Fort Lauderdale "
state this past week. include: ; F. E. Rowell Perrirw and Twenty-two liquid hydrogen RL-10 engines
i "Donna Jeanne III. Donald C. W. Bennett and Bill Meyer of ,
i Brower, Port Huron. Mich.; "Ca- Tampa. 'V' a a 1I\1tf', '
duo II," J. M. Browa. New York ,
N. Y.; "Franciana." William J. Youth Family ,r ,
have been fired in successfully .I':7:
; Price, Baltimore, Md.; "Margie, space .
I James Rohan, Racine, Wis.; "Uni- Retreat WasWell a .
wahco X." Homer F. maa. ........ '. .....\. "I. h"
Pt. Pleasant. N. J.; ri hetl Jack AttendedMembers ," '" ); I ; ,, .:.&.....

,, Faulkner"El orallo, Comorxriis.." Curtis, Mich.E. Bowne; of the FinPresbyter.. ,. I i M .- .-. .. .. ... I. v"' -1'" "" f

:Skippy West Ishp Joe, Long" Roy Island C. ,Key N. Jr.Y.",; the Ian a Church Lake youth Placid of and Stuart Conference family wh retreat*.attended Cen at- .: '.4." Pratt &WhitneyAircraft RL-10 rocket engines have successfully powered both-! ;, :'i<-?v if,>


; Harold"Hispaniola Virginia S.Beach Smith II," Oneonta.AI Va.;Hopkin Ostego N. Jr.Y.,;, ter.Tatj Linda Nov., Mary Halt I"-''Peck Doug. were:Rogers, Ken Lou ;"' I ., Centaur space vehicles and Saturn SIV stages on flights from Cape Kennedy. All!' /r:,

Marjr ,
:m Beverly an F., N.Hewins.J."; "Nenemooiha Rockville,,"M Ly.d.; Linda Swain, Hall.Judy Ricky Harris: Rhodes Greg, Wendy Hall, "w. 22 of these rugged space engines fired so far performed precisely as scheduled I: > (
TSuzanr* II. D. W. Celphane, '
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.Xarchmont, N. Y., HaueiMein.Greenlees Steve, Menninger, ; without failure. RL-10 the world's first successful rocket ;
I "Zylpha" Bud Hawkins, Allan- Donna Becky Koster, Mr. patty and Mrs Miller E. \ :' a The liquid hydrogen .
(tic City. N. J.; "Ah/a." E. E.! DICk. '

"Ann inwn" Nat Sr.."Faye.Essex New, Con York; N."Suzy Y.; man.Mr.Rogers. and Mr.Mrs.and C.Mrs.M. Jcnleman.M. Hart- engine, was designed and developed for NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center bye .'! J

PDesta-lV S. Proctor Jr..
O.Baltimore Rtnchwd, Md.;Bcllevue.'"Reward.Brady Nebr4rTioy. Philip and Mr Mrs and Mrs N. Browning L Freeman.and Kim Mr., ;,. ., Pratt & Whitney Aircraft's Florida Research and Development Center. Other apVvanced '..i. .
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Mr. and Mrs. H.
iTbe. .Hunter" D. Lombard.," Walter F.New Johnson York; and Harold Beth.O.Mn. M. Swain Hancock Martha Mrs. ; rocket fuels are under intensive investigation at the Center capability} .{'$
WooOcy. Mr. and Mrs. : .
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.Moorestown, N. I.; "Our Joy II, MB. Harris, Mr. ,/ i
and lies Frank
Fred O. Doyle" Jr.. Savannah. Ga. Derek and Andy. extends beyond current space propulsion requiremientserJ '**'tj'
p Temptation, Garrett" D. Sauls.Atlanta Mrs. L, York Mrs. R. Saltier, 1i1.f.; v j. ;
Ga.; "Orana. Captain E. \ ,
Kathrya ind lima Mn. L. Himea,
Arthur! Shuman Jr.. U.S.N. (Ret) and : ;
Bucky. Mite Mildred Clonls!, ,
( Md.. -Liule France
James.
Mm D. Ti.egon, Mr. and Mrs '....... '
Brooks New York N. Y.; u '
I. Rhode and Larry, Mr. and '
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Schwoxller.fPaumanock Farmingdafe.HI William long" T. Mrs and Jon Nancy Nether and Bruce, Brian .i'" > Pratt & Whitney Aircraft drVhOsplp l/erDA MCIfl ,: TtxMr OaTa/t : ?\ .

Island N. Y., and "hs C On .,
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L. Whiiim. Huntingdon. N. ifocustions, individual meditation "s FLORIDA tAMCH AND DEVLL.OMMINr. C K M T C NWC t j 'WY .
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guests and an outdoor svonbip lena ooSunday. ..1 T FACM t. BCACrl /Lo/IJOA' ;, .. ,
were -Liberty III.! Gordan Bias ; ,
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Cocoa; -Southern Trail" Mr. and .- .. -"" .
>lrs. M. B. Catcro. Fort Laudcr 1 'I r
'dale; -We Two Mr. and Mrs. w New resident of t h a Sauce 'tII'. I '
fR. Ford. Deny Bead; *Tmknt.* ,Apartments on Albany Avenue. :y'. .. I ('V\I: ,
|Mr. MIl Mrs. John UTour Jr4 sr* Mr. and Mrs FraJ r.... I ': .
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(Daytona: "FrM Mart IV.* Frank --:..' t '. l.t I I.i ." / 'i' *tl: tt.! ,
fall'r. Ft Landcritolr; ')ubllet Mr. and Mrc.Driion Fox law v. s'. : .. I'' .4 ,.A.d. t tI I'
illL* Captain E. Elbura. Stuart returned to dJc.ir...... on Wear ._ .. .... . x1'i'
"Gyp r 1.oIaLe." Hubert W. Gold.bUa '..i Avenue after sprndmi DM sum- ; ::- .: -:: : -::::"=::-: w.v"e.. .. :: :...M p.M"Iq.: : -':"' :' :'.:r-t*;" w.YJ ''"

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LB:..TILE. STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday. November _19, 1964



JENSEN BEACH NEWS I

..? MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7-17oO I 0

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... CHURCH COMMUNITY NEWS Twenty ladies were present at '
the Red I Cross wwiiig session heldat
The Friendship: Cfrofe will! hold the Legion Hall on Thursday
'sat meeting, at the church oa Tuesday Nov. 12. Due to Thankagiving and _
Nov. 24 at 8 p.m
other activities no further meeting
The regular I monthly meeting of
the Owreh Aid Circle will be held will be held until December
'" rut at t the 1:30 Church.Wednesday. Nov. 2S, Watch the paper for date SAVE PLAID STAMPS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS iR
: p.m.Special "
Thanksgiving service The third and.;: ;last meeting of allrRe9la lA StIWSWtRfi'ffIGRADE >e nA
Will be held' at the RIO Baptist the study course The Church'MiniM r.af.r. r .aYLI. t eSS'
Church at 10 a.m. Nov 26. Rev. Among New Nations;" .
Net! Ounsalu will be the speak. currently being held at the Trin ., wsVa "Super-Righl" Western Beef RIB 100 EXTRA
er and the combined choirs ity Methodist Church .

the Church Jensen and Beach the Rio B a p U : ; "A" QIICK FROZEN ROASTMiddle IJriJsiII PLAID STAMPS

Church, .under. .the. direction.
_. inrs. uaire' j aim, win ung, trail I PLAID I "No Coupon Necessary"
the Lord His Glories Show." Lb. LD9c TAMpfl { with the purchase! nf
= Cottage prayer meeting will CUt SWIFTS PREMIUM! COOKED
held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26 TURKEYS !
:. ;;. at the home of Mrs. Charles Wheeler ; Canned Ham 51:.:: $3691Ei12tV4h
f"
513 Skyline Drive. :::: "Super-Right" Weclern I WholeBEEF
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The Men's Brotherhood ;: :::@ -- --.--- ------
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hold : : : IIn.,
its
regular monthly tnee RIBS ,

=- church.Friday evening The meeting, Nov.will 20, be at preceded : :i i HENS TOMS 1ft r if f a PLAID ...I 1
by dinner at 6:30: p.m., served 25 lo 30 Ib. Avg. vu
j = by the Church Aid Circle.Speaker ::,::::: j STAMPS I lsC. !!
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: 10. :: CuWrapped 69 .
for the. evening. will ::: Ih'r: To Your Order lb c I With 7ht. COII_ and. Pu..h.. .. .f :
.
[ Ross ? Jane Parker
E. Witham. :! ....._... I. I
.:: A new Junior Choir I it being ::: FRUIT lb.
ganized for first through 1:1i Av/! : 11! "5uper-Rlght'We+lcrn Cut In CHOPS 1 I.. CAKE 5 ring$399 I
..: graders..;Practice meeting 'will : lb. 10. f td Good thru s.L N.v.' at. MI... 1I.II.e4 I;
} held each Friday 4 p.m. at : 1 ;; I PORK LOINS I..
.
t -:; church.Brownie Scout Investiture ceremony : I : :: :: : ::i i j,' QUARTER: &";...-'waI'lIi-----.-=_;__1_.i____.__:..11:10111._________::1
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::; will 'be held at the ::::::::: SLlcl':a) Ib. ..
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, Tuesday Nov. 24 at 3:45: p.m. \ : "SUPER IUGIJT" SHORT SHANK, SMOKED ; ':"'':'
parent fere invited. i (: 'A Grade "A" Quick Frozen, 5 to 10 Ib. A'R. PiAm
I A piano recital, given by : : dot I
-. student;! of Mr*. 1 E. C. Grimm I BroilerTurleys. .lb. 39C"< !
will be held at the church Sunday : Favorite = :
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2 Nov' 22 With <- d Pumb... ,
at 3 p.m. 1 i' For j.: :::; "Super-Right" PURE PORK of
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Plans ire being made for 1 HAMsrrH lane Parker
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a night
of variety entertainment to be hel i Family. ji: :: Sausage 3P\\ .. $100 I FRUIT Ib "is
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at the church Saturday, Dec: 5, : her ; i CAKE 3 ring $289 i,
raise for the : ; ::: ... .
money building fund : I e. II>r. .....1'1.' ..II. Mia, 11.11.14
A committee: connlstmg! of Tom .:; : FRESH FISH OF TilE WEEK SPANISH i "I I
Tweedy.'Martin(Cook diairman.Wahl R.e, Milton v. Ne Melhorn i ('::::;j::: Mackerel I Fillets t .lb. 49c M M '

of preparations.All and Otto Lange. la in charge [\ tj CAPN.:JOHN'S'FRESH STANDARD :;C; 1'I.
department of the church

are making program' ( plan Be sure for to the set Christmas aside I : 3 9 C Whole49 C 0 ys t ..can 12: -nz. 99L I.'" $

Church Dec, 20: for "Christina In Our := Ib. 1 Special! AedrAP. With Th' C.u,... ..n" Pu..h... if' e.i

The Thrift Shop t t. open al l II : Davis I
week now\ proceed gain] 6 0: 89c boG I. b. a
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to the building fund. A FOOD catss 98 c :

::- Mr. and> Mr- Frank W. Ante (Center Sliced Ham lb. 89c) Special! PICKLE PATH SWEET C..dhrofatNov,51.: MI., 11 al a.fIThi51ftlHIt .

I -- the home of Wright summer 1m: Sunday Road in Bayport, after Rio,, Long ipendini returned If { ; h ':"': '!:::Tr; jl: jllm1;:: jm lj lj1 j rrr11i1; j\\ i%1:!1mmml1: : :] :jgI:; ::: :::':'::'::"::'::: ::':" Mixed Pickles ta --_.!._------ M---

land, N.; Y. r jl

Mr. and M-F'ant;:;: Ernest o!t Fruits & Vegetables! l PLAID
l Wheeling,...W. Va., were recent lii-'
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs SWEET STAMPS 1 1
.: Peter Oooley and. acts, of 65 Le- :. With nit Coupon >n .. tkia AVcnue. 8 Ears 59c .iti: Gillette Right Guard I
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.. The adtSunda\,, :; ; school clan oi t i \ s) ::... 4-oz.fkQ
the Trinity Methodist Church I ASSORTED DEODORANT can .KC) ,
aught( bytMrC Neil Ounsnlui'hek d! ( !. Coe l thni S.t-1'1..11.' Mia 11-21''.

f its night first, Nov.nwntttly 7 at social the church Saturday on Bunch 39c" 'i! .:."!! --...--!-- Ii_____ .
Arch ,.._.._ .,
Street Refreshment were ---------------------------
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served! and enjoyed.by seventeen I U.U'M:.i

(I memoera. -- t 10 BLab:* 59c r !:Irs 60PlAID ..III..i i,! I

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Nashville i-'Tenru, were rccint c: t t: IHI. HI.:. R' I

I Babcofk guests of.on Mr.River.and Road.Mr. Charles \ | / | | /! ..........._ ...............- Ib. 29i '" o 'Itr. ,, Gdwn PLAID i 1 I
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. Mite ChrMne.keborl of M ad- OF THE SEASON tASTAMPS Ms t
I villa Pp.:, baa arrived "and will 1 :' With ni. .._ ,

I r j Apartmi tpend tie tit tl.winter at the Barnett. .. : I II :; GERINES .... ....................... Ol. 29c '!R Morton c. 11.Onn sod Purckm et Ali I'A.i I I.
r : :I .: r o 1. BAKED 16trte.( ;;,
Mr. (George Martin of Waver. SPRAY FRESH \ I... BEANS ran 25c =1
ly Avenue entertained the Canat- ; .
i. L.odthaoSKN.val' Mia. _
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Ia Eight Club for the first gnmt 1:; | ........... .. ': r29c !i.nI.t.xwtil I t I r
of the -Inter teaion. Prizes :
won byi Mr*. James Gosney and .' .. ...,..-.-.-..-----.-----------.._-----
Mr*. William Power: }';: : ;: CRISP PASCAL

have Mr.arrived 4nd Mr for .the Charles winter Pierce from ': : ................................. 2 staUta 25e 50 EXTRA i

MeadvU They will be guests: '
at the 4lanutt Apartments.Mr. : STAYMAN PLAID STAMPS :

of New. and'York Mr, who E A.purchased Martimlnle the : :: : :\ ....................................... ..8 a hR:: 79c "NO COUPON NECESSARY: '

Lange property on Alice Avenue With purchase of each of the following :
A GOLDEN RIPE A
last aprijif have returned for the r
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winter. rn1l.blll111our 5-lb. .;;
...::............_................... lb.' lOc __ bag.391 I
Mr. and+ Mr* Oliver Lewis:of Ckitipbeiri V-8 Juke 40-of. can 39c f fPole
Knoxville, Tenn., are here to spend
the winter residing in the Smolscr: FLORIDA Sliced Pineapple I-'';:4-oi. can 39e I

Apartment. RIo Boulevard 5 h 49c .' 1 Deb. C wihed IMneapple;;, 14b:Los:; :ears; 37CM <
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I t Libby>> To Juke :460..
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- -- . . . .rl.i' "I i "i tl. \will 1I1l11ld, ,1,1,,, Business Law
rl. ,1' "II.I ,IIIIJ. "I /tit'I, Ill "".11,SS trt. ,hellel."ll, thlhl, Course In 'Need
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: SOCIETY NEWS 1 hc club w,II 1.1 i rcpn.'cnicm l I hl'rc ulll, also bt A dress/ .making The I Stuart chapter .Ill t N..it"'i".iI
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parade > a interested in Se ,
::1 'rsaeatatalarraa'.."."'aresasAaaaaaraar.,... s > ,. .s"I"'eraaaas i car. driven i by Mrs, H S: the rules, in.iv telephone Mr*, Hurt i to<:recruit rellirleAIIOOC'lItI"new! members' I'lor'mm i h I''
Haliey lawn :!K7.I05J. There will beV "rM,inek law held
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Plans Bazaar It wa voted) that at all future fashion show and judging of en j I llwnday evening ;at the ever Martin\ I
for February 7
; I huM meeting neflll meetings ending with and the program April :r\: ,with II I8J5 the ,winner contort to .enter|I This County course High is School exceptlonaIK from,,: good to y. {Ip r ,t ,

Discussed at Club Meeting meeting, a door prize will he Mrs W I-.on McClure returned for, buiineiw men and \\Ol11l'l1.wther t ", '
given home Saturday' Nov 14, from employe or employer The :
The club accepted w new active Ciood Sinuritan' Hospital. cut. *. will have to he cancelled ll I
Ilk: regular monthly btI.Ifletamadly made reports ol their progrew members Mrs Mart.. L. Gre.ham. .' Palm IK.,ith, where abe Want there" are not at least ten in .it. 4 ,
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of the Stuart Woman which were divcuxxtd. at the bum" 1 Mrs (hrysUl M. Moon j recentlyundtntrnl tendance It ix not too late to !join/ 3'" l111: 1 J
"" t'kih WM held at the clubhouse ness meeting and MrJ.a"rcnce I W. Freeman' Anyone wishing information t 1
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I on Wednesday Nov. I II I at I 12: :10 ll was duiilcd' thai because all Jensen, Beach I I 'sL.Iragua, i.i the largfM of the cull Mrs. R. Lmdsey. 287-4617 may c wb '" 'i: t ,
pm to\s nude lor the bazaar will makedeunhIe All persons' who lire interested siv/ '/ cnll.,1< Anwricftn I '" .
Preceding this mating I the ( hllI1a11ft", thev will, the MpohPte* Mr. and Mrs George Brook, If.
i" in exhibiting ul Jan :20! 196 P""I.II I '" 'f the country k sfightK : I
chairmen 01 l the. ilillLn.nl booth' he offend tor sale it the i c.ird program ot' the tine arts department I (lore f" in 1000,000( )) ( inhabiI -- their nrtelguon' N J.. have returned to I .. > j

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Radio Deer Tells I iuU\ animal 'lour and Marchm- 's deer herd can be managedmore Duplicate Bridge Starts :Thursday, November 19. 1964! 5-$
Equipment on 1100 Lon-luct: ngular checks on Its effectively, I'
movements Iliev use' designated I The !studies in wildlife telemetry With 16 Tables in I coffee and cookies!, drafted the
'stations from whuh ties take PlayStuart
are being conducted on Egtm turmiry table and chain to get
hourly 'fines on the source .f I Air' Force Base m wtatern Pwrtda. > started' and provided a w.V-li ib"
Wildlife Officers Information the transmitter. signal B\) The large dm population on Duplicate Bridge Club East-West winner were: fiat, ad playing area
mg the irianfulation principle a Eglm is under close observation; played Us' lira tournamented-I((98'j), Joe and! Stella McCoy; sec I Plant are already being formulated
are able determine the I tea animal are plentiful. and nenday evening Nov. I II 1 at Stuart ond (88)). Robert and Fern Wright; for at least two champion
fo properly manage wildlife, ,I Jeter and Larry MarchmfcM: m thetic to the selected aflw4.* The location and whether or' not it .has valuable technical asthttace it Youth Center. 'L't)-four play- third (85)). Doreen Pcct and ROM ship event during the winter tea
the wildlile biologists must have as|making progress in the quest for I capture is quiet and humane. Then moved appreciably! since the last readily" available from the Air Force en taking p.irl Alpeter; fourth ((61)), Tom Crook eon
much information a I powible more know ledge about whit$I while the deer is "under" it is check electronics personnel The next: gxinc ass set for WeJneeday. and John Orohfut, and fifth ((79).I
about the wild anuiuU and l bird>> deer The !study is designed l to reveal fitted! out with, a stout leather harness The stutiv has already shown I A complete: story on Florida's Nov 18 with play to Mart Gladys and J, S. Michaelwm Mrs. Carel Titkemeyer the
they seek to manage The Litest I the movement patterns feed- to which, a small battery pow- that deer h.i\e a v e r\' limited 'hi-fied" whitetails appeared in at 7;45 pm. shiirp I Director Jay II. Mans stated,I former Nancy Johnson has beef
step in the study of Florida deer ing and! resting periods ranging ered radio transmitter! is securely home ranftc" Those monitored the November Issue!! of Florida Noilh-South winners: were: first "It was a wonderfully friendly andcooperative visiting.her parents. Mr and Mrs;
population being taken by biolo-I distances and cover preferences of attached so far have traveled an average Wildlife magazine. place. [)r. and MrJ.m,.. Grossroclle group of bridge player -I John.T Johnson, during the partweek.
gisti of the dame and Fresh Water the deer Upon awakening the radio- of about" one mile during a normal ((9.'1 points. ); second!, third Stuart i is now definitely on the She. Is now living in Amarilf
Fish Commission. is wildlife I Here. briefly. is how the system equipped deer is off to resume its course ot' lending and "'tlna.lOne and and fourth in a tic (H(0() were Ethel duplicate map and before the coming I, lo, Tex:. where her husband It sta
telemetry works The biologists!! capturea normal routine. The biologist are I ol the immediate objectives' '() may Wilmot and! Ruth Griffith, Lou !season is over will be knownin Stoned at Amarillo Air Force Base:
Utilizing this new technique ot wild l deer through the use! of then able to snoop on the unsuspecting I of t this wildlife research project I, noon be protected by an ok.ctron- \Vilmot( and Fran Wd1Iand the upper echelons of Florida In Pidgin English ont word
animal study which involves small another relatively new game man- deer through the use ot I I is to learn more about when, ic shark repcllcr. It radiates electromagnetic Chloe and Charles Mather. In bridge" ,does the task of many. Gnu may
radio transmitters attached to live agement device the dart gun, portable highly sensitive direction- where whv and how much deer I waves a distance of fifth place were 1 Ida and AI Allen Jim McMahon director of Stu-1 I mean grass, beard, hair, fur of
wild' deer, wildlife biologists L K. which injects a temporary_ anes- finding radio receivers.. I move around so t that census: tech seventy-five feet (81)( .). art Recreation Department, served i feathers.
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FOR RENT 35 RENT OR SALE 38 SPECIAL NOTICES 55 TLEJLS' : SERVICES 68 FOR SALE, MkrelUmeMis 78 REAL ESTATE FOR I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90

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two bedroom furnished apart- TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, ST. CARPETS clean easier with the NAIUA" 8' by 45', Good condi-: TRUSSES, elastic stockings, THREE bedroom home. TWO bedroom 1 14 bath like new
ATlantic 7.1550 mep for rent in North River LUCE LOCKS. CALL 287- Blue Lustre Electric Shampoocr t ti'st. Inquire Pitchford's Trailer knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart River Shores. Pool. Large CBS house on! 2 acre high land.

Shorn $125 monthly year around. 3649. If ((38)) only $1 per day Hartman-Leuh-: Pi' Jensen Peach. I 11-19 ((68)) Drug Corp. tf (78) landscaped. Quick ''. Citrus trees. Owner transferred
To Place Your FAST SELLING- Call 287-3547. If ((35)) ton Furniture 11-19 ((35))) --vU1'IITY-- 287-4845 or 2873279. ( ) Call 287-1308 evenings I 12-10(90)I ( )
FOR Rent or Sale. Two bedroom | type trailer, 12' by 7'. COW Manure B* yards, $12. ---
LOW COST WANT AD WATERFRONT: New furnished CBS house In Hibiscus Park I THERE'S still time for fine color \)5| Could be used as a camp 2 yards $15. Full 8-yard load. NEW two bedroom home STUART Harbor Estates Lot No.5.
efficiency apartment Fishing Call 287-3518 W J. Weiss Realtor -i pictures of you, your home log toiler 287-5538 after 4:00.: ; $42 Also Trash hauled, $8 load. scaped lot. Tile bath Highway No. 76 100x123. Waterfront

Pier' Week, month season Sea I 12-3 ((38)) your children your nets, your 11-19 ((68)) Call 287-1700.( tf ((78, ing room. 9800.( $1,000 $2. 00. Lou Rockert
Gate Villas at Lighthouse Point. I pool your boat, your garden or -v- Hawthorne Avenue. 4940 N,E. 27 Terr.. Pompano
NEWS WANT ADS P O. 1531. tf ((33)) APARTMENT for Rent: Two bedrooms your wife for Christmas 3x3Vi SKyl-lNE 8x32 Trailer in most HOPPE'S Chihauhuas, A.K-C. Pet 287-4678 J ( ) Beach Fla. 399-0204) If ((90)

RATE Five newly decorated and! new $30 a hundred with envelopes. word, minimum: cents charge per average insertion SMALL. modern apartment $15 furniture Fully furnished convenIent You'II love them. Jack dishing, prl t. $1,500. Call 2875490.( up. Esther Haas, 1160 South Dix TWO bedroom I'i COCONUT LOT ON MAIN RIVER -

$1.00 (for to per week. Close in. Inquire at The to .shopping stores and water. 97 Lighthouse Drive, Jupiter, Florida. 11-19 ((68)) ie Avenue Vero Beach, Florida air conditioned! home 125' on water and over 400'deep
average words). up Words twenty in ALL Seven "C'c" Grocery Store, North From now to 31st January. Also Telephone! 746-4846 12-3(55)( ) b.lI"nHI II ...01. Office 562-4466, Home '67. dock. At Saint Lucie This beautiful lot face *
!U.S. I at 20ik Street tf ((35)) Duplex for sale, Box 67, 4409 12-3 ((78) Point Port
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first : inquire SIAMESE C.F.A. Registration.. Sf.tt VlCES OFFERED: Mike.: 71 bor, Rocky south with miles 0 f riverview.
., word, count a* two words each. ONE and Ma' bedroom Port Salerno, or phone 287-0412 Championship stock. The .per. Jlu 1 CAMERA Equipment: Rolleiflex $ I3, OO. R. Skillman, Bo Priced at $13,00000) Terms Roland
apartments, Stuart tf ((38)) l with and $100. Delray Beach. ( ) Realtor 729 Colorado -
fect gift for Christmas ,Jupiter flash meter Con- O Lueder. ,
White above below furnished unfurnished. New
,I space or or or j J WDlr .iL lb.-US 746-7637. 1 11-19' ((55)) J0154P.S SEPTIC TANK SERV- tax lilA with four lenses $275 Ave.. Stuart. I 11-19(90)( )
I within ad will be charged as the and modern. On the river two }(t. Septic tanks vacuum cleaned FOR Sale Furnished
ktanber of words (five) that could blocks North tf Courthouse.' 55 E. WANTED TO RENT 40RETIRED I ml l JJ_ __.I II:! l J.L .I and reseated. Also drain fieldsre11klPed -' Complete dryer, etc.dark 287-5538 room,after enlarger 400pm. ) Jensen. One side rented LOT, Plot 4. Block 118, Section
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be printed in the blank line, or Seminole St. 287.1 197. if ((35)) j ._ JIsl USED CARS & TRUCKS 58 alld relaid. FAST SERV. 11-19 ((78) nently other for lIea 4, Poinciana Gardens, Gonicz
ZS cents per line. IC Dial, 287.2820 income Reasonable price. Best offer. Write Box V, e/oStu-
wishes 287-0266
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Display Classified" rat e i on bedroom furnished apartment a one or two bedroom house! tf ((71)) I H. O Train Outfit. Engine cars, Stuart 287-2194 after : art News. 12-3 ((90))

, application., : in Palm City. $75. 287- for the winter Waterfront preferred JEEPSTER 1949. Good condition! -.". track, switches, buildings, etc. or write Cha. Pryer,
1685. tf ((35)) tVtM11JRI Cost $175; sell for $75. 287-5538 St. Franklin, Pa. ( ) SHORE VILLAGE SUBDIVISION
:These are cub rate*, for ads Local references. Write Collector's Item. $295. 287. ) refmlshmg and re- .
\I brought or mailed to The Stuart ONE ,bedroom, unfurnished apartment Ralph H. Clock, Green Springs, 2997. Box 504, R. ,R. 1 I. Stuart, '!>,ring. Will call for and dc- after 4:00, I 11-19( .((78) i is ON' located HUTCHINSON between the ISLAND 2-

News with payment If vow are a $70 year round Stove and Ohio. 11-19 ((40)) Florida II9| ((58)) liver Reasonable. Call 2871685.tf FOR Sale: Two passenger electric LOT OWNERSWill bridges. Home ites for $$4WO)
Stuart News mail subscriber or are refrigerator furnished. Call 287- .... I ((71)) With In build and finance
golf cart. charger. low
TRUCK for sale.: 1959 F-100( Ford ---.; -- --- good. and apartment sites as as
listed Id the Stuart
\t' tetepborte directory 0265. tf ((35)) HELP WANTED 43WAITRESS six cylinder ((4 ton pick-up RAsCOOKES, Septic Tank Servf condition. $275 287-0978 I on your l lot New $5000,00. Roland O Lueder, Real-
you can place your ad by tele- I ll 11-19(78( ) en-316 I Oriole Ave. 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart.
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and EFFiCIENCY. Adult ,only. Util- IIUlU liD UI truck $79$. A-l Condition See :#f> Cleaning and repairing. Also I JORDAN REAL tor,
Jack at Western Auto. 11-19 ((58)) dra i r1 fields repaired and re-laid _1.4.; 11-19 ((90))
say Ml want to place a want-ad." ties and linen rurni.hed. Month wanted for fay' or 211 I I Colorado Ave.
Di8I| AT 7-0631.() AT 7-9862. tf(7.1)r ( ) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
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I or season. 27-1950 after 500: night shift. Only experienced MUST SELL 1963 4-door Pontiac 287-4837 FOUR large building lots on paved
P.M. tf ((35)) need apply in person Poor Bob's Catalina. Metallic Blue. Automatic WHf EL ALIGNMENT and TIRE JIII,. U I.. II JflUlIikCI.ls! I J ( ) road Will trade for boat.

$( Give your mail I address as Cocktail Lounge AlA Jensen transmission, power steerIng VlANCINa with Bear Equip- FOR Sale Beautiful lots on paved THREE bedroom house trailer automobile, or other
RIVERFRONT home with pool Beach. tf (43)) and brakes Radio, heater and building property or anything of
well as telephone number rnetif by trained mechanics will pay street in Sea View Terrace
your I construction. Lots of
In your want-ad. The Stuart I for jeitt. Furnished or unfuraished. air conditioning. Owner will accept for , .CM 287-0948. If ((35) HELP Wanted Female Audo- room. Carport. Post
News has hundreds ofoutofstate ) : reasonable offer, 287-4886 equi itnent( and 'men Your friendly Church Jensen Beach only Collect: : 842-2671 or write
graph transcription typist for Take over present Office Box' 764 Stuart. J 11-19(90)( )
11-26 ((58)) rXlje dealer. ULMER
subscribers who FOR tent for season or year on Stuart Area. Seasonal' Call KellY MO.TOkS $600 free title policy included $13,700. Owner will take
I are your best possible pro- Manatee Bay two 1-bedroom Girl Service 833-2331 I, West 1959 Oldsmobile! 88. Holiday or Dial AT 73355. tf ((71)) See Ralph Hartmaft Jr. Realtor for equity. Don O'Kelly CBS two bedroom, one bath. Car

I pects for real estate sales and apartments, completely furnished, Palm Beach. 11-19 ((43 Hardtop. Power steering, brakes, -Avfa- small- -Bulldozer, Tractor 100 East Osceola Street, Stuart pany 900 Colorado porte, screened patio. Air con-
V rentals, boau help '"wanted, modern. All electric, and Florida. Phone':287-4600, tf ((90)) ditioned. G.E. and
I carporte radio, heater. Deluxe interior, seatbelts MAwcr.and )DISC. Will clear lots, 287-2500 or 2873280. ( ) Range Refrigerator -
I gardening, trailers, and serv bout dock. No pen Call 287-1041 RELIABLE HANDYMAN for ; Many extra. Excellent condition I cut tees." Fence post and pilingsfor HIGH dry kfa on 'paved road with Everything practically new.

ices. or write Bo* 177, Port Salerno permanent employment to main- Original Owner 287-2058 *Ae.) Lawton Wall, Phone ,AT access to Intracoastal Waterway, 18-UNIT Room for motel Top $10,500. 219 Harrison! Avenue,
Florida. 1 11-26 I ((35)) tain Real Estate and drive tractor 11-19 ((58)) 7-JWI. tf (71)) Rocky Point Estates.! All lots 70 hell $129.500 expansion Don Coral Gardens, Stuart. Call 287-

PROFESSIONAL OFFICES: First Write P O. Box 717, Port Salerno r UII -. -- by 1 110, from $995 up. terms of and says Co., 900- Colorado Ave. 6332 tf ((90))
l.1ASSIF1CATIONSI STtftAoE Household
: goods, autt5obilet -
" REGULAR second floor Arthur Florida Please!-'No Booz $25 down, $25 a month. See Ralph
Dehon 3
or BOATS SERVICES 63 boats" anything. Section 287-2300 or 287-3280. I ( ) JENSEN AREA. CBS bedroom -
vc: '100 refer display BI"' ,., can be made as plus as you ers. 12-3 ((43)) Hartman Jr., Realtor, 110 East I 2 bath home. Bright
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CNumbers over I t taIiIIIUII! J ....._ low as $3.00. Large, new, Osceola Street Stuart 'Florida.' GOLF course home ite. Ri
want them and rents you can breezy, cheerful rooms. White tcr-,
classified ids, which pay. cl Golden Gate
appear FEMALE Cook at Southern 40. buildings\ Storage -
For keys see Miss Alice Dehon OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED Phone 287-4600. tf ((90)) fairway '/* acre full razzo floors, windows,
awning
After the end of the smaller ida, in Meadows Ranch Route 76 AlA three miles South of '
on ,
$4.430 Don, O .
I numcrfcal order. B4 cure to look 224 SemInole St. or phone for appointment Indiantown Must be sober and We have parts for all Stut5jt '287-1202. If ((71))) 2'BR CBS 1 bath ,- Furnished or ly 900 Colorado Kelly Avenue. I built in stove and oven refrig,
11-26 ((35)) popular makes. Can lent coil pany black paneling. Access to
Ifi both ) your -w- cypress
places Good and conditions Unfurnished Extra kitchen cabinet
steady salary and condenser. Ulmer Motors. Dial WISCONSIN, Brlggs Stratton, 287-2300 or 287-3280. ( ) I river and boat dock. $1495000
FOR RENT 35-135 IN .Stuart One bedroom duplex, Inquire at Southern Meadows AT 7-3355.' Your Friendly Dodge QHnton, I and Lauson AIR Large living and diningarea Terms Roland G. Lueder Real
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'bedroom! kitchen dinette, livng Ranch II am to 5 p.m., 7 I Large patio carport and FOR Sale by Owner:
Dealer. tf COrjtED ENGINES stock and tor 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart.
;1 FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 ((63)) in furnished 4 ,
week completely ,
and bath. Furnished. Call 2875035. days a 11-19 ((43)) utility room. High elevation wooded -
& WANTED TO RENT 40-140HELf tf ((35)) FOR A FISHERMAN NEW part, and men. who know how to lot. LOCATION: The house old, two bedroom two 11-19 ((90))
ULMER
them/ MOTORS"or'
reptr,,,
WANTED" 43 143 PERSON wanted to serve consumers with the brown trim electric home on
24' Lapstrake, hardtop built Will t> AT in Evergreen MUST BE reduced againto
ml 7-3355. Your Friend
Employment Wanted 48-148BiulneM STORE SPACE FOR RENT: Arthur in St. Lucie County or Palm take inboard or outboard power. Dealer. Park, Hobe Sound, Just off Highway acre landscaped! lot in 12800.( ) CBS 2 Br.. 1 bath
ly I3'dge
Opportunities 50-150 Dehon Bldg .Found! to bea Beach County with Rawleigh Products If you can install motor in your -,..-- If ((71)) 1 I. Call for appointment O A. Shores Built-in refrigerator Bahama Terrace city water gas
good ccntrall/Jocated! store space No capital I Investment required spare time, you should see this TEVUZZO\ Tile and Marble. Hillery, OWner. Phone 546-5333 wall oven. Five sliding glass heat patio low down-payment.
LOST &: POUND 53-153 for successful rummage sales for Write Rawleigh, FA I 581 boat. Ideal for Inside or off-shore V H. Wagner Co., AT 74880or tf ((90)) to screened loggia (143)I Our best buy. M. P Nelson Realtor -

SCHOOLS 54-154 various civic and church groups: I II I, Memphis..Tenn. I 11-19 ((43)) fishing Call West Palm Beach TE Vt 7-1696. tf (71)) port. 25. foot utility AT 73566. 11-19 ((90))
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 this should.1 N a good sign of a 2-3204 or 655-1783. tf ((63)) SACRIFICE SALE: COST $32- I ter softener, two air
USED CARS 58 158 good location for your shop or WANTED: Furniture Route Salesman AlrjOZZlNI I: Gifts, Crafts, Straw 000. Reduced to $22MK Owner er units. Hurricane UNUSUAL CUSTOM BUILT
store with new merchandise and and! Collector. Married 25- 28' SPORT'FISHERMAN .Late I Itilb, Hats Cement Patio Shop returned north. 3 BEDROOM also/ decorative! two septic HOME has basement and large
NEW CARS 60-160 good services, centrally located 35. Experience preferred but not Model Fly. Bridge dual controls P *IICandy< Fruit Shippers C.BS, brick front. custom built many other features. attached garage. Access to water

BOATS &: SERVICES 63-1631RAOLERS where customers tan find you. AT i.2o:; Salary plus commission' : twin 183s > loaded with i Hoii/n' : 9-S Closed Sundays Hwy. house, restricted area Jensen ly perfect in every respect I and fine dock CBS 2 bedrooms, 2
SERVICES 68-168 A RENTAL RATE YOU CAN Call : 1 11-19 ((43);) extras origmnl cost $15,000 I NO, I, Kobe Sound. 546-5373 Beach. 3 full tile baths large living I house i is easy to maintain baths central heat, air conditioned

Service Offered Mbc. 71-171 AY, Keys with Miss Alice De- SMALL Combo Accordion offered. at about half) price" -"Mr l I' tf ((71)PLA.JNTS ) room with fireplace, family taxes'electric. heating Florida room, aluminum awnings .
hon, 224 Seminole St or phone. or pluy finance. 2873622. tf ((63)) .r1L. room with birch panelled music I a year stucco finish ,white terrazzo floors all large
PLANTS &
SERVICES; 75-175 wanted for New Years -
: er Eve
11.26 ((35)) wall, dining area and kitchen with painting Furnishings j rooms. Close to the Inlet SI 17,.
)Ear $ale, !Mkcellaneoiii 78-178 'all 287-0360.) I 11-26 ((43)) FOR SALE: Complete line of A SERVICES 75 built-in birch cabinets. All electric nith TV, Telefunken 99000. Roland G. Lueder Realtor

VVMtett To Buy (Mbc.) 81-181 AVAILABIC Bee: .1 1 Attraclive:, ALFAR-BOUTWEIL Dairy, Inc., Marine Supplies, Marine. ,Paints. r IIW\Il"! \ "" JPLoNrs GE double wall oven and surface cherry French provincial I 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart.

I J MOVING STORAGE 84-184 CBS efficiency cottage' in Rio, Monlerry Road, Stuart, now Marine Hardware-ever)thing for Sprinkler systems, bumer. .di8hwa.'Iher.' and Barbo Lane tables, all furniture 11-19 ((90))
fodern, clean boat. Whiticar Boat Works
Estate all-electric in qnlct for your J lqsJueaplng, sod. Fastest ge disposal CENTRAL: AIR; etc. Waterfront privileges
Real taking applications routcmcn
I For Sale 90-190 lelghhorhooJ five minutes from Port Sewall. tf ((63)) growing CONDITIONING and I NORTH FORK ST. LUCIE SUB-
betting
21-40 In Martin Pel- $21.500 May consider!
1" Real Entitle Wanted 96-196 Stuart or Jensen Beach and clone Age preferred Apply in nursery County. I DIVISION waterfront home .
to docking facilities. Phone 287. person I 11-26 ((43)) AUTHORIZED Johnson! Dealer icon\ Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A). Large screened-m patio, utility furnished. 2870042. ( ) CBS 2 bedrooms l'i' baths, central -

I JII! JI;;;'.. HU 583 after 5 p.m., or write B. J. CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply Complete Sales Service, Parts. Pa'irj'", City. AT 7-1918 If ( 75)) room EXCLUSIVE and carport.WITH Landscaped JOHN: A. FOR Sale: Commercial I heat has a wood burning fireplace -

toR RENT 35 Abbott Star Route, Jensen' Beach. in person' -A & W Root Beer Good selection of dependable Used '"IJ U 1lIlamm.!! 11111I LYNCH, Broker, Indian River Osceola. 6-room in the living room too. Florida .

UClIIUU n 1Lft. tf (35)) Drive In, US. No I, South' Motor Mechanic Expert CASA Factory-Trained RIO BOAT & F0l)( S\If.. MIscellaneous 78 Drive Jensen' Beach, AT 7-0997.) frame house, fair room, enclosed! attached garage -

\ $TORES and ,offices( downtown TWO bedroom furnished house Stuart J 1.26 ((43)) MOTOR SAtES, Inc. 440 Rt 707 ".41 t.. Uti"u ,. j tf ((90)) entry answer, 5137 direct Pmegrove questions E I Beautiful and yard bulkheaded and easy waterfront.to care

or East Ocean Blvd. Any size. for rent. Call 287-3589. tf ((35)) 11II.4"" __ in Rio AT 7-0944. tf ((63)) TWrf: new 12 by 12 rugs, $35 each. FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront Palm Beach, Florida, for. COMPLETELY AND NICE-
Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 a EMPLOYMENT WANTEI 48 (>l- upright vacuum cleaner, High LY fURNISHED. $23,500.00.
Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. II FOR Rent* Rooms in private .. III 1Ir"T I FOR BOAT.SALE 10 horsepower 12' ALUMINUM JOHN. $10 Can be seen at 11205 South Sacrifice at $2'9 a t.aTd7 ( ) Roland G Lueder Realtor, 729

i; ( ) home. Aim garage for rent. 619 I SON Indijiy River Drive Walton Call 2595. tf ((90)) RIVERFRONT home. A Colorado Ave., Stuart 11-19 ((90))
book. MOTOR. $160. 287-0312
tf(35)I FIFTEEN small office '
East Filth Street Stuart. tf ((35)) years 4604J961. 11-19 ((78)) two bedroom, two bath
two\ bedroom C.B.S. Home. Allj I keeping experience (Builder I I ) EVENINGS 11-19 ((63)) ---- FOUR bedroom watertront home. Completely air
WO bedroom house Unfurnished Indiana. Illinois and
:1.electric< equipped. Furnished Have letter of recommendation.Part \. FOR Sale: Boat -' Motor A Trailer KjCsiCAL INSTRUMENTS Will trade for vacant land.. Write patio and attached garage announced Kentucky
: except for stove, recently a mutually cooperative
refrigeratorind ; time full time.. Permanent ,
No children and No pets. Call or I 16' Fiberglas, 35 horsepower Box 23. Stuart FU.: tf ((90)) ler system, 40' pier. What
oil furnace: In nice neighbor-' effort to collect one another
I 187-3733.. 653 Bryant Avenue resident. AT 7-0570. tf ((48)) Evinrude lowest !ly home and only $26.(XX). '
( : motor Steering wheel, Price In FloridaOIk'ARS .
hood.
$75. Inquire at 310 South THREE s taxes on out-of-Matc
.. .. bedroom!! : home.{ Jensen: purchases
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I ; Stuart If ((35)) Cannier Avenue. I 11-19 (35)) Ulllill J J 1"" electric starter t Windshield. and Beach-Sfcylirw Drive area. 90' to suit. Don O'Kelly and I .

BUSINESS: OPPORTUNITIES 50 accessories $695 complete. See DRUMS PIANOS by 1 SO' lot Will trade $4,600\ ( equi\ pany. 90O Colorado .
I II fOR Rent Office building across ON the way to beaches Complete Jack at Western Auto, I 11-19 (63 ORGANS i '287- OO or 287-3280 ( ....... >..w..."'" 1512!
_ILL UMI ty for hud, lots, etc. No cash'
.from Seymour's Inn. Call 287. ,
ly furnished. One block off Cast EASY SERVICES OrFFRF.D.IiIr.!
TERMS .
6l51. i"*" 1m _...... needed. Take over payments. Cull I' fUR Sale 380' commercial 171
tf ((35)) FOR Sale Coin I.aundro-Mat. Due
Ocean Boulevard. New two bedroom : ..
If .. ... '
to Illness. Phone 287-6026 TRAILFRS A SFRVICES (8 287-0914. ((90)) front property with a 28 "IJIIf ....
floor For
duplex: terrazzo *. MORITZ PIANO CO. : :
FURNISHED waterfront three- mica kitchens, (tile baths, carport, tf ((50)) 112 No. 5th Street :TWO: bedroom, two bath water.front foot building .(toilet, '
office On
Dock ) the St.
room cottage. privileges. space
utility room. All electric 287-5055: MOBILE Home and Lot: Cross- Ft ierce Fla. Pb. 461-4747 home in Stuart City Lim
Utilities Included. $121 per month EIGHT furnished apartments : River. P. O. Box' 1906, LAW'SMOVING
tf ((35)) furnished. Seawall
lit house north of Civic Center 2 lots, facing 3JO feet on paved land 48x10. Patio Carporte If (78)) its. Completely )
Port Salerno. Phone 287-3232 PLUSH PROFESSIONAL OFFICES street Buy from owner, 10% Off, Two utility buildings > Landscaped dock, city water, citrus. Owner
: tf ((33)) : First or second floor good Income, 5 years old! masonry kit 60x107 ImprovementIn will sacrifice at 19000.tf Box THREE bedroom, 2 bath & STORAGE
Arthur Dehon Bldg, can be madeas bunding insulated ceilings, Excellent Condition Priced Folk RENT 135 1365 Stuart, or 287-1685. ((90)) in Kobe Hills 1,700

PLUSH. STORE SPACE FOR plush as you want them and rents awning windows, terrazzo floors. Right. Call owner 2875507. tf(68)( ---- ....-.- .-- yards living area ]plus 500 S. FLACLER STUART
RENT: Arthur Dchon Bldg I 4 units all electric and other and storage. Oversized lot
you can pay For keys see Miss the 1963 15-foot Serro Self. Local md long d italtt. mo,
Found to be a good centrally located Alice Dehon, 224 Seminole St or ass stoves Asking $).7'0 per unit. contained Travel Trailer Scotty for sale FOR RENT 135 sill clean..soft water S5(OO lug Packing, crating and ship
balance S
.600 conventional
store space( for successful phone for appointment 1 1126 (35)) Will sell 2. 4 or 8 units, clone In. at a reasonable price Inquire owner % 5. ...All Phone 546-3532 I ping.WARFIIOUSE.
sates gage :
rummage for various civic Inquire at the Seven C'a Grocery
and church groups! this. should APARTMENTS: Furnished, for Store North U S. I at 20th Streetor Nelssen at Key Lime Drive, p.m. ( ) I STORAGE

lie good sign of a good location couple, clean, quiet. Stuart Ave write Route I, Box 277. Stuart :- Ocean Breeze Park, Jensen 11-19 Beach. EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS 1 !II I Ph. 2874878

for your shop or store with new nue, Rio. $t.OO. for season' P. O. 11-19 ((30)) (68)) : HELP WANTED I tf ((171))
merchandise and good services" Box 1186' Phone 287.0197 evenings '0' by 10' mobile home in good _
l located! where 28762.days., BUSINESS ,Opportunity: Going I
centrally : customers phone \ condition: .Alun\ : .
num.ftlDp. 1 _... .. ,
Business in Vero _
Jl26 Beach, Florida. -
dan find you. AT A RENTAL ((35)) Air conditioned. Located at, An.. _
J.ATEYOUCAN PAY Keys with Guaranteed muffler shop Au t>tf' FOR SALE, Mhctnaaeom
FOR chorage Marina Rio. Call 287. 178
Hiss Alice Dchon 224 Seminole Rent: Seasonal Five loom to parts and accessories. Centrally 3231 I before 6:00: 287-5063) Wanted _.. _
furnished home with nice yard located Excellent opportunity p.m. THB ST. LUCIE -- A....._ _
I 11-26
St. or phone. ((33)) evenings. 11-19 ((68))
Call 546-5200 I IM9 ((35)) Priced to sell! Phone Harold Pow. _

A-two bedroom---- cottage. Attrac. ell, JO 2-2120, Vero Beach. Flor CROS. LAND Mobile Home, 10 ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS One end Iwe-rooM' eflklnelM.SptcfaM At Once: I WE'VE COT TUB

'Ida' 11-19 ((30)SPFCUL ) by 45 feet 20-foot cabana. 12-
tively furnished. Clean and readyto ...... from* f
move In. Highway 76 at Turnpike. 1\ foot covered pallet Awning windows Partial Let. Best Deck. Piano Player. II yi

Phone 287-3170.. 11-1X33)) NOTICES 55 bedroom, automatic all wood teat paneling extra inter.tor large. '"t **.. OCWA! BOVLBTAKDVAMT. ShofTlttoMnL TV M* Lwge Cook and
FLORIDA
WADS. PLF.ASANT. sunny _upstairs 4- __ ---l-- Phone for appointment 287. ..0'aKIIIIIII"II1Q, : : .PANTT$ Week Month Year helper. Apply i I CASA RIO
room apartment, bedroom Florida ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 0755 days, 287-6576 after 5 p.m. I 00,., 4 MATH1tcrriEaoAMD
room. Water paid by owner. meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wednesday 11-19 ((68)) comTtMATBS (24 ST. LUCre CRESCENT person. ) !I BOAT ft MOTOR SALES, he,
DOlHEJOt! Seasonal or yearly 57 SemInole, at the Community Church, "LA5CACLPt STUART FLORIDA Inn. tf ( we ..... ,er alai AT '....
Stuart, 287-0837 1 II.t9 ((33) Jensen Beach For information, SALE. Rent or Trade: Camping ''l'y I/OCH8B : tI Ira>)>
Phone AT 73332. If trailer with two !beds. a oukc* tl6"uhp" _...s.aa Ts.rif TtlrplMMl 287-9811
(55))
t THREE bed" }furnished hou-: ( 12' by 8' room. Ideal for hunting W. T. FACET: Mgr. F. E. WOOD Maautertf JlIIIJIdI". _._ -IIIIIIII.... _
$85 Call 2872766. 11-19 U3) FOR individual care and attention Reason Call K7.55Jllafler 4 p.m. III) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
Dttal A*' ,-ene tf dill
LARGE-CBS efficiency for rcM : brine your school.child! Air to MetSehang's _ _. 11.19 ((68)) I. -- nursery conditioned
Utilities and linens included FOR SALE 2
: : mobile home gas
Seasonal Call 2 17..8&$. tf (33)) and heated. Fenced play furnaces. $100 eack: I pink double !I EXPECTING COMPANY?
area Centrally located. Phone
sink and faucets U$ 1 white I Ask Us You'll Be Gadl'ozsIJid
I FOR rent at Hob Sound small 287-0771. If ((55)) double sink $25. 1 white; level !I AVDER IfERE OtTRE COCSG TO BED THEM DOWN

2-bedroom furl sMed. eye Vt ,...we ram ... M atom*..
cottage WANTED: SU business i in Stuart oven gas stove and burner. $145; i I M Md slap worrjrt.an .
One-quarter block: from Intra- area or will invest services 2 white !lavatories with faucet*. I that wU MrpM .. M jw .*. I bon O'/elluR'\LTl1R
coasul. ''fie
Phone '
5121, Mrs.Waterway Walker, 11-19 (35)) and cash in going concert Write $20 each; I pink 13 cubic foot 2. Ii I CALL MARIE ]aE. MANAGER:
Box T. c/o Stuart Newt door. lCIt..lclft1l& nfngeretor' ,
11-19(51)( )
_______.__ S I IV. 2 electric water heaters 18 !I No* Available for Tew Sfcephf Confetti I and Company"
ATlantic 7.1550 FOR RENT' OR SALE 38 CANARIES. Covkatiels, Monkeys, gallons, $35 each. All these items I NIagara Cydo'-ige Mtt .fa Oar Bed.

Pial Kittens, AKC Pups. small ani- are new some slightly damaged.The I 9M Colored Ate. (arrow rrht Nattmnj" fcuik)
1 mall| for SCience project. Mynah prices on these hems art very I Southwind Motel I AT 7-25CO AT 7-32M AT 7-4111
theuEta FOR SALE OR RENT! Thru bed- ellets.. and ,
(] ask for fancy poodle supplies !low. Call 287-4465, or contact: ,
on room. one and a half! bath born lappjtand Pet Shop, 820 Orange Han's. Motile. Home Sales 800 S. I UA) MX 1 OTUAftT'' TELEPHONE! 217- T7J I DON O-KELLY or BOB WILLIVMS

i il Central beat and air conditioning.! Avt., Fort Pmrce: Tel 461-9344. federal Highway, Smart Pkvtda. I tf (MSI I 1101. (tub

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and< known. yet one of the I tend to.obncuK the ,feet that (Common Law) Stiller. divorce T C Honk f :. b '''';----X .. Kv pr.t i ." ::' "

produced most compact ort I most people with this, detwwe Ik* Paul A. Balks and wi,.VI. Ke i ier Margaret Ann Clerk w. 1 ft wI I '..) j i. L tE1 ad k IJ ii' 1. ,( II ... I u 4J"-
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Im & Laughlm. atstxny4Bonnie fetlwardV. O'Brien vs.! Eleanor sG ; j' "
_. Lee Bellas and Petal l ) 0' is OKehtbee
: 8.1 C OBrien. thvoixe HarrDonfcy \. B .ndiantown b 3
Dallas vi. Roger A. Swwrnwi "J .

judgment of 1000. I Manila M Duncan VI. Francis '",.,.,. .." 4 a.*! "0>> ..... t.? w '.
Choice AlMate. Insurance Onn spy Hi W Griffin ct aI. Quid title. Ou hterson t !
Waterfront Property Kenneth Allen Gardner 0MItBen i iI And Gughterson
Complaint 's
Butler Jr.. attorney for reformation ot deed and to OkeecNobee 35lllhSE bth1g' 89 I
I (Chancery) quiet title: order f for constructive
Owner Will Sacrifice Janet Letterman \s James A+ service mailed. I
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200 FT. ON ROAD ST LUCIE REAL STATE FOR SALE 190 S

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LOCKHART : riC'IL'HrS' : were both made on State Read 76 between the Okeechohce-Si''bring sign I ii totaled? Alto the official Florid
REALTY Sluurj\ and InJmntoun Notice. any discrepancy? If it to 10 miler Highway Map ,h'w"lhe distance: from Okeeiholxe to Sehrlng
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OUR BEST BUY. SEW ALLS POINT AT n.ti 7.1777 0001 to Okecchobee lifter traveling 10 mill U> Indiunlown where ]11 I mile less than the sign says!
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| JENSEN BFACII, ()'1MERCR.'Firstrate: Investment ..
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j or Ideal motel site. Logical station location. Per. -- ---._-- _. -- .. ... .
spec. gas IMStl+aaic err n'r .*aarssrnaMwraraaaae: ,filer Nov 12 and Mm. M M liivre>
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: center pace | ceive\.l' many lovely gill*. A grand"
[ for three or four email shop and parking Hobe Sound News time win had by all. i f
The answer for roadside bubble I
any STUART AREABUDGET Attending wore Icons Huffman, I
On the main drag with highest traffic count In the county MRS M: ',V CAMPBFIICorrcpomltnt Kiithe Kelley. Eddie Kempf. Virginia ;
| excepting only U-'. 1. Any serious. Investor wHI think twice 546-3911 I, Kratt, Don Uirvvi, Mar ,,
before turning this one down. I gnat/ MtCucn: Georgia MtCuen: !
Undcrprlced for Immediate sale at only $16,950 Kohcrta I Hunt. Helen St.huIIkt-
PRICED $5.3XlOO() ( ) frame, Ily Oliver and Helen Author I'rietwer
29% down, balance 3
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OUR BEST BUY 2 bedroom, f bath, screened porch. Lot Surprise ShowerA I Kelsey* won. Mr by. Anthor Mr. Sl:Mr h tilt.. Hutf-Mr P'd 'E Efit

JIOMES'--- 50 ft. x 120 ft. Low down payment. ttirprise baby shower was man. and! Mr. Hurst I ;

kTIFNTION ANGLERS t t I Near the Inlet Water held far Mrs Dale Mulita by co- -- 1 ; .' :

rights to Intracoastal for your boat -*- 76 x: 110 well landscaped CLOSE TO SHOPPING$9,500.00frame hostesses Jean Murfin. (J Jrace i AmbulanceSquad ; ; .'" .
ot with underground sprinkler Excellent CBS Iwo Bedroom lull and Mrs. Alihaire! .hnciiUr I II a" :'; .' It

lome with nice Florida Room Open Patio Double 1)tllityoom 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carport large! The gcther Boy in the Scout home mothers of Mrs got SchneiHHHaPPMUKIS ti>-- NeedsVolunteers '1,1(, a i

r year.XCELLENT, Awnings. ONLY $13,500 Taxes a mere $6700 fenced in lot, nice and clean. Terms. -*-*. ...,!,stirs; 1 .*M| i I trit .D ') I

RETIREMENT: In this 195 CBS Two Bedroom'ome \LIXPAlr: IX>SUE 190 I frj4usc

Reduced in price to settle an estate This home has CLOSE TO NE\V HRIDGE-$9,500.00() .-- ......... I 10,000 ., 4 ,
rids Room Large Utility Room Carport gas heat A spokesman for the Hohe opaa
lurrlcane Awning! Just a Dandy, Price R,000 INs vacant CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath, glassed in front I Sound I Ilr'l AM Squad tells u* thai II' ,' .......,. f fw j'L
$10.00 DOWN\ the amhulun: wu out of service:
hove in. '
; right porch carport, on 3 lots, partly fenced for Uo shifts during Ihe monthof 'II'I
ACIOUSUIIILY HOME Cocoanut Park, 184 x: 244 ft.
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Balance In 10 6%
$1,000.00 down.A yearn at September and three nhilti
ornir Lot with Bout Prh liege*. This home has everything, fire- t 5 An. during (kloher,
ace Air conditioner 4 Bedroom*,- 4 Il/tI1II- Library tract on Koail $JlOOO I On ono of these off shifts In ,

Screened anal Separate Hobby Room A pleasure to REAL GOOD nUY-$13,500.M()() 1-10 Acre Iratl Octolxr, the itnihuluiKe' wa* called .
how thIN fine home for $39,750. I I tfflflfk I aril failed! la respond far a Mrlously "-
CBS, 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile baths, large MO ft. .'nl m Hwy,4D y UUU I injured Hi>h, Vmnd woman I 10
SEE MVI-S HKrQLFII' whii later passed lI"ay.
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NORTH RIVER SHORES living room, terrazzo floors, carport. lot ,I I During the month of November 4 '
I 82 ft 153 ft. Terms. G. C. WhisnantI4 '' thcr i Is a strong possibility the I .. ..
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NORTH RIVER S. 4th Strut, .'t. PlvrctHy anihulunce' being RIVER RIDGE II ,it ns- fir lour or five shift, *. I I .
I I Not enough driver and attendants ,'S"* A*........... .._ .t:'

Stuart' leading Waterfront CommnnltksARBOGAST l Is in* reason the ambulant. : AI>!\nMI\/:'/(."till. UIAIION presented: to Mr. llllian DIIS'II.rt,

TAYLORASHLEYREAL' 1M i becoming uniivatluhl, seated, by Department Moot of the men now carving
J la her colleague In the office of Marlin County Hoard
on the quad art those who orlginully / M
L B. g. stalled the ambulance. They of Pubho Instruction: Mi, Butty lane' Mot I
ESTATEBarbara have done. and are doing all thus
can reawmuhly b* e"J'fCI,1I of --
AND ASSOCIATES them Won you call a member of State Educators Cite
: Whitehead, Associate Iho "squad Uxluy and volunteer your<<
REALTOR
time to keep ih. ambulance: going
252 FAST OSCEOLA AVENUE, STUART. 2S7-0440 630 COLORADO AVE PHONE AT 7-2440 M. !'. Nelson. on a full limo bal?
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(llOt tiItan, Editor & Publisher lirnt Aid of these SMUO films will at the fonu Hob>rnhowing I Mrs. Lillian Dassori

Sound ('ommunity Church Nov,
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I i I IV\ on the moving and transportation )1/1, t lIIial1 A. Dmworl, generaluawrvlor vi"", .," S.Sirs. .
Estate; Trends"(7lh of the Injured. Th film will of Martin Countyunooli I Daworl I k former chair.
Uc. O. RAINEY-Realtor Mart al ff p m and the public !I. : wa recently the recipientof man of the association' : ., and has
I ( War of Publlralbm) asked let attend I meniufiout service citation' served on tu "homed for several
1 h* importance: of this phase of I .
from the Department 'Of Snpervlor ,ea"
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first aid h
cannot ovrrmnhaled.In
r. M W } 7 WAIrttTOONr: caw of accident the initial; mcthIM *. of riorkla Education: AVKK.aliiM. :.)- In addrtxm to being a prominent
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educator. Mr. Datori has
of the/ often.
,, Ar Est"I ns ." .Ik ,,r IM\r.lNK MY IRIENIYSlMBtItRASIIIF.Ni :! near moving the ilifferen Injured between can lif. The award wa made it the a.IaWllialkm'l been. active" In many civic organ
Tewr
I ;J. : .. isation Marta She i isa
: when death annual hanqiwt held lit << m Ownty
and You ar* urged tu attend
x, e .. t' "IIIJf: I,. sr woke vp INN mnrnktg. and fund inn mating' riearwat on Monday' Nov. 9. charter member of both the Soroftltiil .
bin. front .law and (unit yard It I I. only the eleventh such: award <.it* Club and the MartinCounty

under two feel of water, I (lobe Sound Scout ', 'In the history of the group Historical Society, and has
1h f ward reads, in purl: MJnrm served .* an officer In both She
I HE ('O ""At'n$ .at ..hn IM Troop Won I High ftiiiMi of dtttcrning vision, la I p. M nrniilent of T,u (hapter
I bought Ihe lot M appeared. "fclgh + productive kadsnhip. profewkw. of Delta Kappa ()amml. a vworlly -
Kibbon
sad. dry," V>lulb' dldukiwwWM Red As\'urc.1 al 'integrity and faithful performance of key teachers: and 1-4 1 presently
of (duty In tw.niy4tsne year serving on th* board of directIon
ihal In Florida, *>. have This past wrekemj proved to h* of service iknlicated. tu the youth of t the PMtn er Occupational
dry MMMM and wet arawimi a great fsperienc' for Buy Scoot of .loriJ sea Wither: and nirxr" I (:.nur.
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during _kkh time the water' Troop Ill of Hob Sound Thj) ----- -- -
taM can vary from Incite toMtrrnl wa the weekend i>f the Palm Beach ,
MI e T M i frt t, District" Gulf Sir* a m Council Speeding Youth Hit Cop'sCar
t l ( amporr. held at Camp Tanah- :
t JIEa)SfllM) thai .M bought Keels. In Juplier. I
5- 7I e IbIs "bargain tof from the aes. I hit wu the" fiN Caqipore forth I from Rear on U.S. 1Two
5 er without checking .' .ar..- young troop of Hob Sound

tlom. and. water silk. In HM area.WheM and. t by drkt judging according .\"nt..It--elr-ol.! youths Th youths. wr WentifwJ a*
It) national *t.ml.nl., the troop :
lw won the second highest sward for "spading, rxiflhward on U !S. I Michael J. Burl of Palo Alto,
lMf IN.hsVCAIE
t .' > .before properly-InveMRF.UTOR. camping the red ribbon near Horw/ bound al 7 IS am. M ;i C.",.. and Jerry h. Robinson of
: you Attending front the laming; Ar. Thursday struck; another north Baltimore They had stolen the

'. pY, l+ .da".. -DE.ALWIill A II.'UU row .Patrol were: M Dek>do* (fit. bound car front th* rear Mvtrelytlamaglnf I Car hearing a Mawuhuwllit U.I .
5 V. tr' 1 tl I A .hag eMaMMiedMtWlirr R. Vhncider"" (API>)>, B. !VhulOM / both. vehicles Owupanlii -I I tense. plat" In Miami It wa
I knoll' lh. properly .InMM ( ">. P Carr (KBI. T. Huffman, ) of In* car were Injured! I luced to HoNrrt ritnco, a student
I area ad .ywi ran depend. (, lilton. and A. KlrU lightly" / at Miami University
1.'S n S e0 bk Ju4...... horn the Flaming Fatl" ,.. I. Tom Wethington of the Hob Burt. driver of the speeding car
_ t yr aaA+i' ,t trod wereH, KtUy (Pi,). |), i Sound PolK. IJrprtmrnldriving was was charged with failure li> have
S M Y. t" a I TIIIS/ WILS;, KulA (A PL). C Murfm (QM). D. h> Stuart on personal' bu,lnM l- tt... vehicle under control Th
_____ _t___Mid'ad_". a' L RKALIYWATFHFHOIVr 5PU11L1 McCticn and !5. Kraft when h* "became- the victimof : two youth ar* hemp' hJd for Dad
"V'i 1" from the llvln' Falcon: Patrol I the r..r-enl cra"h. HM car sta.shoved Couitly authtwiiMH.Handllnc .
HIE CUNNELL: tSTATF.IN a.dINVESTMENTS IDs-Cow were T 1M ({PI ), M. graham ahead seas" the median the" taw her wr'
RESIDENTIAL J I | la !M. Lucia. lake. W *le.*. API), T. Krmpf, D. Baiiheimer, and Mopped, shut 2"0 feet away Deputies. CTCM:*.!Holt! and Mill!
IbM. Purl SrwaO art* -ft.. P .Lareit and J. Camprxll.I headed in ih* "oppiwii' tfflCtlon.I .

C'OCOur P.\RK-2 bedroom boot LO\TLY: PORT SFWALL0V 1. HOME A Dl.'n.n with. 2* adjoin.kg / ttrtrd/ harbor for boat I2Wery.sly tnUrrt Graham nn ISP1.the). D Camp Milita: *eatut.( wer*: -.. Smohey Serawttt.miv.e
a sio.soo. I
.big Jail '-uu Cmmk tile bath, lute *.pk< rvwtH .. yearly .Itaa*. master P. Algor/ioi (AM) and KMrr ARRIVALS ATC.I
n 41 iR1o tsln targ. f1 rW. r oa- TIIE ST. WerE RIVIRwILRP5 \'.. ....... check .. this. |J'300. WAIfRFKOir 1I0\1J'' R Kehy IlK( ). I ; .VKU:" I IK\IUR PARK 0tfi'YLi

a electric UtdMM s- IM JOV I 3W COTTAGE COLONY KweOVal Hv.bf !We I** photo .Ifwt.p.s anent A number of pertm allendMl", back to Mr and Mr RJIeST FIR$ ,
Low *OWB ,.,-wt-l'rke S17.1"- GOOD U>1NG. GOf J1NGIS Ii I1SIUNC aiaoer ..... 4 natal _tiga .Wauftfiil 2 red. J bmfrmmi a meeting at //be Hone Sound Civic i !UVcrt Welcome Uurll 1"'f1Cnt" |Ihe* f.-4

. 55 AT m BUT Good I.... tf2300. ........ I1.7JO. MB .. IIM, KM, building. .' for Else purpose uf gaui- summer In New YiwkDimald .
BEDROOM CM Horn ,V! lUbe tag comniimhy iMr*" t In .....bo
J. LOT SPFX14L 22 Ma nl Knonvllto.
M.Mian Lens W od
. .4ghta. ,.... II I,0.JTATTJiniONT 2 ...... 2 WA ftfatier liaise Air 2. kt link Ins 2 l*.. K4r u. tart M* Mfctjnalt UJiing trwaktr a <"uh Scout tin a(wTh Landrum Term. will.'1 be In winter rtUenc
was
Ce.dkleasd, Central Heal wkk .. keener r.....,*. lay .pprne4 p4iiMfor of JurMlrr. Pack: No.' 115 Certainly at tilerv-Ku park
fc lroo 2twge
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to Ktommtrdittt %
_ Mi destined ." nftor' aceiOr view .* river. 1.11 CXCUXI.VT: LOCATIONS .. IM the community .hs std da Santa Claus cam tarry' to tile S Cy
1h..1.IIJ n.oi beckdm1 Caw 'IIMM-2 bedrMM wkk .. ...,. naa) ... Sadists. ...tf. PrWe SIM. fe1M b-4. all m iu power I to support a Cub Frank Marina. M* left a Iwauliful -
.lot 100' it>w1III. aw 4r t......H tar ...... ...... Let 100'a 4W per fed fist M. P. NELSON Pack after wHne *Mg the growth' big new trailer Puir Mich.turn
532.500.T Ifowell
arange/'Price bea.. ... of the enul movmrnl In abbeSaind. | met wa spent Wi
JTiOry laaJ.c.yil LoJirtrmadtt $. ACREAGE BUY IJ4. Am SIM. I Mand Mr Fart Powell"| Ire
SLWALIr2tree.$24,111.. .f Prire4. to rU s."..... ,.. acre. Cw4 Ranch ...... REALTOR This> would get the buys again In reidrnc. .
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Into OMMirg: mere than if wouldb r
..4....... tnhrrwhe" po nM,*. Mr and, Mr. O'lU' are back: .
toRADO AVENUE PHIL DORLON BOB SIMMONS: DIAL teXliwtM M. .. (R-,) ?Nebmi from PnMylnt1
The cameTof ill l.largn O Sworn I M spending' souse
Attnec64s ever A
FLORIDA
Mg MJjt r 125- V.Octue Blvd V AT....*7-JJU IMI observed. K4 a head wrtft" Iof time sere. tin. fooit folk* at Gte. .. tf.ig l gawkty teat kilt wt*
dweler I 2fp00 fDk all'hB. Relied

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WeD BRAND BROAD BREASTED
GRADE "A" ONLY r
DRESSED & DRAWN QUICK FROZEN
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I PRICES QUANTITY GOOD RIGHTS THRU SAT.RESERVED NOV. 21 T U r k' 18-22 TOMS LB.
eys AVG.
I PALM RIVER SLICED !' a -
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5.17 LB. AVG. YOUNG TOMS

1-LB.; 39c BROILERS% HENS LB.39C -.
2 PICa.. 77c or
ARMOUR STAR GR. "A" D&D QUICK FROZEN STUFFED
V U.S.D.A. GR. "A" D&D QUICK FROZEN

j, TOP 100 VALUE EXTRA STAMPS FREE' i k PEPPERIDGE STUFFED WITH FARMS 49c LONG 49 C
t 1 with..b ttiii 614!..ciupn*kN OrcwnJ. $t 1.purthiMFr 'a.p I ur eys STUFFING LB. Due k S ISLAND LB.

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IW 100 EXTRA FREE JJ Chuck Roast LB' 49c R rbD i uR o a s iARVE LB. 89cI

TOP VALUE STAMPS
with Hilt tiupii 1'purchiMCwk W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE WESTERN. CORN FED PICNIC
I Quick ka Cvb f I.M 11Nbblk $1 39
..dM.2I; i Delmonicos LB. Pork Roast LB. 2 9'

STOKELY SALESTOKELY i m
YELLOW CLING SLICED OR HALVES

..', MAXWELL HOUSE *Q PEACHES 4 CANS $100 ASTOR ALL PURPOSE


"I COFFEE COCT i

I I _CAN 1.LB. STOKELY PUMPKIN 8 16.OZ CANS' $100.. 3CAN

I STOKELY ALL GREEN SPEARS OF .
WITH LIMIT SS ONI V 4 14Va-OZ.lOO TAst r.1
Asparagus
OR MORE CANS I u. o'
I FOOD \\ SHORUNI N GL I 4
ORDER STOKELY *' C ,
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BEETS 4 $100 i 1&
:: p PICKLED GLASS J SAVE lOc 4J
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i SWEET 7.oz. t .
rvY PSTOKEELYAS GREEN 5 CANS $100 1 -,,: I
GOLD MEDAL OR PILLSBURY HART BRAND SLICED DIXIE DARLING WHITE OR FUDGE DIXIE DARLING WHITE, YELLOW, DEVIL FOOD
FLOUR 5 LB. 49c Pineapple 4 20-OZ CANS $$1.00 Frosting Mix 4 S $$1.00 CAKE MIXES 4 19-02. $100 '4.
BAG STOKELY GREEN CUT STOKELY CUT PKGS
DELSEY Beans S1 CANS Z'$1.00$ Beets 8 CANS $1.00$ SUPERBRAND GR. "A" SHIPPED OR FLA. ,

TISSUE I ROLLS LIMIT ROLL 10c Bread DIXIE DARLING UNSLICED 2vs."STUFFING. 33C Wild UNCLE Rice BEN'S 6-oz.PKG.. 59c |EGGS j| | LARGE 2 DOZ. 99c,

FANCYPole ;
I MORTON SPAGHETTI 4 MEAT OR
Macaroni & Cheese 8-OZ PKG.. 19c Beans 2 LBS. 29,,
FLORIDA '
MORTON FROZEN
Bread Dough.":, THREE)-LB.LVS... 49C FALSTAFF MAINE Crisp RUSSET Celery BAKING l STUB 2 FOR 29;

MORTON Dinners FROZEN ASSORTED 11OZ.PKG.. 39c BEE R Potatoes PURPOSE STAYMANApples 10 BAG 69ALL

i MORTON ASSORTED '
4o oz. I 5 BAG 49 I
Fruit Pies 3 PIES 1" 6 PAK ,i
SUPERBRAND VANILLA JUICY FLORIDA r rIce

GALLON 'I CANS Oranges \: 49
Cream CARTON 99c I,1\ ,j DOZ. J
MORTON FROZEN 7i-j) C OCEAN SPRAY FRESH : 1" i
I Pot Pies 8OZ.EA.., 19' -t Y _r JSdi CranberriesFANCY t 4 BOXES' $-OQ| ,
ASTOR fROZEN. f f .
LIMIT TWO 6-rAK WITH ? '
Orange Juice '120Z.CAN 49 $SOIMOUOIOII : Yellow Onions : 5 BAG LB. : .39C45c

HONEY DEODORANT NEW MAKES DISHES SHINE. "
,"; GrahamsSUPERFINE PKG.1-LB. J/C/ Zest Soap 2 B"TM BARS 39c Thrill liquid 32OZ.SIZEl' 89cCT" Cascade '1 '. PKG.REG.'-,.45c
GETS DEEP DOWN DIRT DETERGENT CLEANER '
i' Limagrands ,, .;, .,,I; CAN 303 I 19c Lava SoapDETERGENJ 2 BARS RED ,,' 1Sc Oxydol f;"r SSc,r Spic & Span, 'fWd. ;,99c, ,
SHORTENINGf ', -: t ., U NEW CLEANSER "q"f' (
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-' THE STUART (Tlorlda) NEWS Thursday, November 19,1964-C
lonald Mattix Pleaded
Guilty I Farm Census Is

creel include the number and size use of fertilmen, insecticides, and
l To Begin Here of farms, acreage and harvest of I herbtcktei:

Gilbert Hamman Getswo crop, livestock inventory Information I
I The farmer receives an averageof
On November 19 on I farm equipment and 38 cents of each Si t spent by
facilities, farm products. told!, and consumers on food.
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Years in Prison Qucxlionnairc for tno 1964 ..
C trims of Agriculture have been: /

y t of mailed Martin out to County farm according and ranchers! to Too Much

|Among criminal cases handled during the month of his pre-sen- John Hooker I< crew leader i n
Judge Mallory L Johnson in lance investigation and left Florida! -rharee of the census In the county OPPaying for
unty Court Monday, was that Local authorities were informed Chris Kalb is county enumerator I 81 I I
Ronald Mattix of Jensen Beach he was in Provo. Utah, where he
ho, with his brother, Larry had remarried and was employed. questionnaires t are expected Insurance
JVayne Matux, was involved in Deputy Tom Wyatt returned toT reach the farmers within a
reading and entering. The other Hamman to Martin County in $ s. I few days. 1 his will allow the
affix boy was sentenced a fewteks October.In : I farmer a period of time nt whichto .:
ago to five years in prison. other eases. Monday. Frank consult their li\/64 farm Kisl- $42.00 A 1EAR BWS THIS $48.00 A YEAR BUYS THIS
Ronald, accompanied to court Kruger, Palm City and Arestedes -
aNa ness records! in order to answer
y his parents, pleaded guilty and Ladas, Miami, charged with breaking 'questions* on the form accurately I $11.000 Home $10,000 Home
I $3.200 ConltnN'" $4,000 Contents
was allowed re-sentence investigation. and entering, were ordered to before enumerator begin callingon
will Dec. 21 following $800 Rent KXD.: $1,100 Rental
He appear in courton return to court on : Individual farmers to collect
Dec. 21 for the Judge' final pre-sentence investigation. the Questionnaire These visits i are $25,000 Liability S2S,' '10 lability
decision. I Norman J. Drawdy, charged with scheduled to start on Nov 19 hi $500 Medical S Ofdlral: :
Gilbert Hamman. formerly of receiving stolen goods, was sentenced this county, $250 Property Damage $250 Properly Damage
Kobe Sound, who bad been convicted I to three yean in prison i +, : k kv4 $50 Gins $50 (,1m*
in 1961 for larceny of a I and Walter A. Johnson charged .!
Calf, was sentenced to two itsatlRaiford. with passing worthless checks, was his supervision, the crew leader
.t Ha had j jumped bond put on probation for _two years. I It r t"i I I wid. At the time of the call, the Premiums Are for Concrete BlockHouses
+ I enumerator will help the farmer Outside City Limits
complete answers to any questions
thut prove difficult to understandand
check the form for accuracy, No Charge For Liability On
| The do-it-yourself aspect of the
farm census is aimed at saving
F Boats and Motors
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time and effort(
I The Census of Agriculture i is
taken every five years In the Swimming Pools -
years ending in "4" and "9" to
Igt gather needed, up-to-date information
on the nation's agricultural REARDON INS. AGENCY
:i resource and production. : Such

ciMnrn information affecting Is vital many in making segment:. 287.3262 Krueger! Bldg.! Stuart

:: t r of the U S. economy, Dau guth- ;a

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CADET Thomas A. Palmer son of Mr. and Mrs. D.1. Palmer 211 Linda Drive Jensen Beach was.
one of only twenty-four Citadel cadets selected from the 2.0<))0-man( South Carolina Corps of Cadets to
receive the coveted designation of Distinguished Air Force Cadet.! Upon graduation! a DistinguishedAir #,
Force ROTC Cadet U entitled to apply for a regular rather than a reserve commission. ,) at second 7 GrandOpening
lieutenant in the Air Force In awarding these ratings, careful appraisal of a candidate. qualities of
leadership! loyalty initiative, attitude military beating., and character is made! by his military instruilors.

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Thanksgiving Down on the Farm a + '



Fifty Years Ago Is RecalledBy we OF CAR OUR DEPARTMENT NEW USED


i ra More wed VWi arriving dully deliver new WSmodcb.
{ CII\RLtY STOOKEY is a large bird and after gorging Into the cupboard, and said, Good Selection
a i on my mother' ration for two 'Thank goodness Shuts over for
Although the turkey was the weeks with no exercise the birds ," '59 VolkswagfiSlalkM I '61 Volkswagen
r recognized: symbol of Thanksgiving : in her pen were almost as large another-yearAKDrN Uago $595 Sedan $1195 DOMESTICUSED I
it is
today
fifty years ago as as the turkey hena now available
i- i I cannot recall having. turkey for to the housewife. BRANVANAI '59 VoUuwagta tOffsC *'* Volkswagen
"t""gypM QUI.I:N'S COIIrGK: *Oi7 D $1495 CARS
Thanksgiving dinner as a boy on White meat was then, and atill Sedan Sedan
a farm Illinois. Is, my favorite part of a fowl and Miss Arden Brunmm of Stuart '61 Kantian 63 Volkawoger
Turkey was an expensive item those roosters seemed: to be mostly is a member of the freshman class Cbb Hardtop 1 ,, $1195 Sunroof $1495 AT ALL TIMES
to purchase in those days, mainly white meat as a result of moth. at Queens College, Charlotte, N.
became the species was hard to er's pampering., so I really didn't C The clan nunikrs 271 andI IUY UMONDiriONAL" GUARANlnSt.
raise, as my mother discoveredone miss having turkey.Mother's I the largest in the history of the 30
year. college, Miss Brannan is t he
Today turkey Is reasonably the day fat before roosters the were feast dressed and daughter of Mm. Arthur J. Ilran- Lucie Motors Fort Pierce
it is available most nan, Stafford Drive ,
and at
priced placed in five-gallon crockery )juts .
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_ markets the! yeu. ..aiound.7: 'Idled with cold well water and putdown --- AirniORIZED YOUCSWAGEN DEALFR '
Usually the main dun of the in the cooled part of the Health is mora Important than 2806 Okccchobcc Road Phone HO 1.-O'U
in how
Thanksgiving meal during m y cellar until next morning. age determining well a person -
, boyhood was the meat of a couple My job on Thanksgiving Eve remembers. a .prythulogiot'

of young Plymouth Rock was to bring in an extra supply of believe-. --- ---- .. .
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roosters wood with which to keep I the -
My mother would select them kitchen' range fire roaring' from
from her flock a couple of weeks the crack of dawn until the minute
, !before Thanksgiving Day lock the birds were put on to the ;
TOO GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOUNG"Mmu.e them up In a special pen and feed. huge serving puttier and carried OLE COLONY RESTAURANT
them generously with ground yellow to the dining room table.
corn and skim milk. During part of the time the
wow ewe-- auweer By nature the Plymouth Rock rookUTS were roasting In the oven
the top of the kitchen: range u. S. 1 ACROSS FROM KVV1K CIIIiK SHOPPING CENTER?
was cluttered with pot and kettlesin
i : which potatoe (while and RlG CLOSEDMONDAYS
..' sweet)) turnip, and pea were OPEN FROM 11:30 a.m. till 8:30: p.m. Nov y
explore Florida JjZA cooking Pumpkin and mincemeat
had been made. the day before
"tp11" plea and placed In the atu\I,'. ALL FOOD PREPARED? UNDER THE? CLOSE SUPERVISION

\ warming The: dining oven.room table had been OF MRS. BERTHA[ GODDARD und COL. UNDERWOOD

lor a Vacalioa.acareer.a! a Lifetime ol npihessl.Florida 't extended with all the extra leave
available for never did we have
..t.:,',' a Thanksgiving meal without PICK UP TAKE HOMEK.Y

U a land of dIMOWr.1f it's ifohUedni you.'r*after fate a look at the "company.In .
the Button1 newest Industry at Cape r those days it was customary
cldMt eit. St. Augu.un.-or
rt. :::,. Or anything i In twtwwn. J. : : for children to wait until the Golden Oaken Bucket O'Chicken
SportuJTrr>> buttling f metWi In the Gulf-orth Gulfatram. Or In Florida'smalutudS :, -second" table if there wasnt Honey Dipped Family
Or sampl of Florida I year-round r>lf ,,
of Ulu and rlTtra.1 try a room to scat them with the adults.

computer CsrmnTTh Jll"OI1'Imlllln.-1IMd*rnia.il)*induMrlw manpower.-and that And rosin nodotheaewcommuaiteethat everjrlhlnR from pUatlei Floridaby i to '. At served our with house the. the adults-my children grandfather were Brown Fried Chicken Golden Fried .. Honey Dipped
ti sUU.People an duoowinf
Pepsi to b.iprinrlng up dally throughout e insisted on thud If there
the hundred of Uiouund every,ear. wasn't room at the table, CtIE M-AW W.NCII: IVIM fl ef COUll w'u"nlf1tUlior""
big asmall
winter play mound--
borne.-or just
th"/s:-. already sawS to mali it the Florida gnu know your. U tate a your. to gt to know this. one was act especially= fur I IIONKY A ROIJJ (Indhldiial. *mlag) 2) J, 15 ROUJI_M,KV M 110 7 rijOPI: fl3.95
SimaUa State ..and Ira well worth the tiro*. the young 'una and their plate
II were served first.
In those day children were
seen, but not beard unless spoken
to. USUALLY Giant Oaken Bucket O'Chicken USUALLY
What serving they were! Generous

cranberry portions sauce of mashed chicken potatoes with 5 MINUTE Serves 7 to 10 People 5 MINUTE

so thick they had U> be shaken
e : from the spoon and rich cream I IRr.NnlPRlrIl.. COLE SLAW "
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gravy, Then there were candied SERVICE ItoNCYAND HOT ROLLA $5.65 SERVICE
I sweet potatoes and creamed peas,
x 3 el and turnip flavored with pork. I
Bread was in the form of light
1 4 rr I,r rolls" to be spread with Jersey
I, butter and Mrawtwrry preserves I We Serve in Our Dining Room & Patio
;1 I of pickles olive and cel
r
l., were to be found at each end
the long able One of my favorite FILET MIGNON PRIME nOENLHSS N. Y. STRIP STEAKS

,made Jishea with' apple wa, Waldorf grape, manb aced. 1 CHICKEN SEAFOODS PRIME ROAST RIIJ OF UEEF AU JUS

mallow/" and hickory nut meal )IJAR.B.QUE AND HOMEMADE[ PIES
Iewef was pumpkin or mincemeat
pie. or a pica of each if you.1
J wnned. and a choice of whipped "Ole Southern Style With a Smite" K-Y HONEY DIPPED
Jersey cream or hooey lot a lop

pint Thanktgrvinf! dinner wa Ute....-,j Our Phone Number 287.1133 AND! {IEDCIIICKRNEDIs

! ly served about 1 o'clock: a* the
4 .> 1e I company M4 nut arrive' until l after tray pret.rad Icy frrhM by Cat Reward a. V..a.rw-I w.
! 4 '4ee church: so it was ustiaBy J ,m. ""d' /ara.Y+fip It M ngtmisr.d .at the Library tel Cueicres.. Any Writ mewat what.
I before my mother my started aunt with and aoevw w *. the tee *.hh. fetid ekkhe er sac y pert el ttJa. advcrlU.
I my the grandmother ilithr Often jut this task kept I I ao... b Mrktfr rnMHH. a? .....

them bu y until evening dare I
tone of feeding> the chicken: and
! milk' I WE SERVE BUSINESS
If the m rig".ay included folk .
I from lawn, any father irualty gut I MEN'S SPECIAL LUNCH
down hw thotfim after dinner and I
+ Il'" n.. ". As lee the youngster It the weather I II d ++ Specially Prepared by Mrs. Goddard
l'l'I I had been normal there we*
usually enough fee on the posed J -.l LSO-.
i--L- .
la permit skating, and taw we *av I '
I ) )'eII1fftIII time to do the churn : '
II never forget the sigh at relief i' I ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES
LOI A rown t Htm COMMIT aar1/ stras0 noit put the last piece' at paid ehuu'
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2-E (Ha) NEWS Thursday. NOTtmher 19. 1964 SATURDAY-ContUinedMerataw SUNDAY-C........ i1r

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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS I i,ItII Adr r i 0ht paS'ere



iami "' WSTO ....... Btaart-Baa ttrttoa. ato*. .101I-11 ........ OoMefW
oa**, !n...c. wti.r ta .. aartloaTh tilt-II aster Bra* %..fro
I r.'r> TT ttttitm ....... art farabkd .>.*- BaaJe BID .".... I, y, r MI
.. -..c.. p> tka tdrYsu..tsS.p. Tk* Bta- .
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.... Wirt Pate Boarl art Mawa to tat raapeaalal. tar sap 10-4 Bupwrwaa.
'A. -...... .h. ..- t.'= 'i-Ie f1 M I\: .

WEDNESDAY .,--. 41"1.- ....-.. as M g..r..M4yI.p
THURSDAY-ConttoiiedltU t.--c. ....
.v. I' ........ '::'- ...
.5Sawstttlrbla I ** ICoIor. M. A..r.
Mwl.t(5.m. = .;,MN.r a- it-ifiSrfBfc Saaffil t"rlSr : ,...... AN

.. ......" *.apt) II '--to IO0O-4 Qtiltk. Mi Draw Jr Mofinur I II
"too-1* .,." .......t MoweosAIM 0141-4 ..w.-W.1.. OMh).. 7 U-d-reoe (Catorlrtll 1ra -I7/ W..Urr. Sport I'i I I
..-- ....L BkintanhtaaalOilt :
.. T..I/jM _... ''i
alr.nris: ..... -4 It u.' ..) BokI0i9o ..w-6of ..N0s Vr.N (Color'
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,MaY It ** ..4 Baaw.rt
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(.... aa -.....,.. oncot.llM TI.: t/M:= (..IN. rats L Aaakt 4 OMIT I* _Bk...r Patroltiot .. N

100-15 I/.n.' .. .**.. "4500 Cut Oio.tMaw1 su 17 1 min. IIPNfOO tI: :Jr." IIt00-4 Deanfa Lfctu.the Ike Monaoo Llrmkaul4lt I 1,45-1.. 4111-rt'...W.*..amrtitareilO .,Want, Knew tt li

430-4 ..ottle. /prat Wkora. tha Dow Bood 14-11 Cartaenlea laaae Cartnat -.4 .....1.... Kr* i k'l..1 t
u uI ut
n bahl..lk" SO-4-7 Dr riMara 11 iSO-4 Tka ...,...a.lt I Praetarad rH>kraIt
I Mori. 10-11 Mr .*. Sew Pair 1 rhwt4.. ,.....
BiSO 1'-1'' YOBhoar .,00-4 ,.....*... 14-11 ....- and Card Miami ....* CanfemaaIS
: Racklobarr BoundL.Nl.r 10.11 BewHaktdBi30 Alter a..a NhratlKa aa Odd Coaatt4t
.. 12,00-4 ikr KiBft -7-1* PaailnaPanda
-4 Bailout at Balkaa .
fioa-4 Loss' K tarit7
S OG-4Nown. Bporta. Wathr EjiplorliurIf
'.1 Hawl
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,It MavUAppolntBMtit; la B.rlln". 10-11 ....... ,... ,_Buna Runs. 1 (BIN Dana Forti.Show.. rtf

.ilO-U Comnoat-Art Orwnill 10 tOO-4 Tka Dol....... uo-4 It Mr Ani.irnond" tlrMl ,lieU I* ...... It u> Boa.fIt t h
-T Boa Hunt-Adrantar* 4-7 Kraft Boipama Tho.tr*TII t ...... .....1.1) ) Nl.hillf. ,* tk. UoM Conk ( I
I* ".' ._. W..t_. Sport. It btak Powo. It UI_....... 'n ........ ,|_ My Favont M.rtUa tI
II .... Jimmy. l>*anOf 5./ Wilt Manor I Color)
.*-4 WaaUiar SO-It T>* PlapatnII t&smsr- lt-U Wtcoa Trala. I> t
N.w. B.f.po1100444.1I 115 Ctol.....,. ,.. t' O-4 E4 001B.. Show. f d
BAD--4 N.w.HtintlorBrtnkloy. I* Macwi. Last 1 M.tnW_, ............ a
I BoportI 1tI." WNtha. BportaO .30-1 Tka IMwl
130Sport. BpetlalIt '
Uuic.rtootIt i. NO.>> ELL
..... Rick School. Oaai af tk. WeakI 1 Hill Daaa
eta" ( II "h.' .. _oe'h.i iIll2 "' "." I Know Vuui. oiui.lioft lo-H Broa4nM.
,,41.4 Now' Waliar Crwnklt. -4 Mo.lo.! To n> n. Cfm." -t Bur and the Btor* :04 Mr Uvm. Poll
I-7-1'1' _. MOOD Or Brla4Jw to Now).. h. Kr-turn of OMobaa"lliIO .IS Amerfa.* B.nd.tand af ........ .
I0.lt "'._ -4) Tonight with 10"." Can** *,_ WorMi Boyenda ll.lt Mori. Tk N.k. B4.."
T,100.4 DM* allr 0.". Color* .at-II PlarkouMI 0 t3O 4 ion Bishop Show
Bnttlollna 11 SNI.Ito.11 ,ta-T .._.... at Sport. 1.,05C..dld Comoro .. AT VICTORY for Stuart Chamber chamber president and Robert F McRoberts Jr, captain
V Th. Honoymaanara.It Nlthtwatck *.oo- tar and Sir lof Hallmark N.ll of BANQUET Thursday night Ray Cooke

WPB JaroMaTl 4H54V It ...... t Star and. Store U C.adfd...). CtmoraIt I left to right: Bill Bntton drive chairman; Mike Greene Dolphin's of the winning Tarpon team. Hampton and Kraft won deep I
1 ...... - - T OtitrMor.II
Paa.lna
TI10-4 Th. Bl Show FRIDAYNoy. Top star BowBac 1.,30WlIot'I TI" Mi Lln.I .' captain Jack Hampton high man. Herbert Kraft, second high sea fishing trips.

(.7 TIM YtaloW. (Uotor. *i Oploneora .| M. Wtttkar
w. IporU
20Mowbg t Planaoraf |
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It-ll Advoomro W 0tk rr-11

1,110--4 Harriett FTL m 4t0 Cloud WiMtHnif +.4 RirioBMBI )T. Tkoalp IM.JI_.. Movto stopehiblosIS .' ,| ""Tk* Jlu..'. 1torJo"I Jack Hampton and Herbert Kraft Winners :

.Watt ilO-4 Potty Bororly Dak HlllblllloB Shoo <.... aa Maadar sN.Mis4 ) It BOWMT Jtmmr Bora Dou Show I*Mo Tk..| .Untouekaklo. -A View. .from. U. Br......"

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10-lt ShmditOOd Bunrlo BomM*r Runl.aUt.ntnn
1,1 )(> NliklwM No. I :1
., Dick Van Drko Show la Tr.n......" It th.mi.lon.Ho Ruwlng4t304 (

A.:IIM> .Th. Hnnpd. II",, 100-.0 Contlnontal CuutrooaitilO ., -* BattbrioldlOO iMort.tloaal. .hII.. ""4,00.41"" Movlo) No, I .
3bd.yOlo.lb -II ...... DriveTwo
..$ Dinah Short Show .tOO-4 Mori. "J..* Err*" I"'" World of sports "IION"DAY" Of Top Honors in Stuart Chamber's

10.110--4 ....nn. K.,. Show ",--- tnnlnf NOV. MMoratof

1.nl..r By..'. Show c..... .. ........ uavt. .110-4 H_.. Sport." Weather '
Law ....... t.T Maw. :
1000-1 YrvaI
ii 1s O4d.1.7.._ rullh'I..W. h.. IPoNII Hoaroa'4iM '. .llO WII.-4 ".Bid._11.. Bra .,OOT Contlnanttl Claoroom young Stuart businessmen, Martin County Chamber of Commerce. himself! and wife at the Outrigger; son, W F. Crary, Jack Hampton

,nMo..... "DYum Nort'" .-....I......Tha..., Invtalbl."Akandoa. Bor Ship"t t fntanatbn.l I Show limo S l*S-4 Bnofti. Homntor.- "Rs.).. Jack Hampton and Herbert Kraft, II Joe Fmley. a $10 gift certificate: Ray Cooke Frank DcStefano
IIJO-I.7 Ton'.h "UI Jolttp It Morl.. "Moh, Ulrh"is tlloratur. la Tranilatlog"' I
certificate
.' over-all Martin and McRohcrts $10 gift
Caraoa (Color. 00It Huckloborrr. llaiud. so.. W-tk s M .i-4 Coll.lt. of la. AMP won top honor*.-a day't deep tea I A n County a Ed Higbee Hal Bedell Bob Shar
11 ....... "Phffft" 1PI.klns... WMtfcor..... awo.BlSO 0.40-4 t4.tk &1oo Contln.nl.l CUxroom. (Color. ) chamber" he said "in, which each at chairman of the leading team.
t Llttla t-1
II Btarll.ht Tkoatra ,.-_-. Bill Ditto Corner Tim. fading Irip with their wives aboard chamber Its but key George Keitn, D S. Hudson
1106-It ilfaktwatek HOT I* EroahKBiOO II )Mlgktlir *. tk. Cold Caa.t "I4O-1 Hpaatak. Hmi4 area kept Identity Teams and their members were: Jr Bob Calhoun Carl Bridges
..011 Nor" 1 -4-1 Now.. Bporta. W athrI TiJO-4 JaakW. Oleaaoa. Skow --4 N_. W Bpaaltkt the "Bilbe"-for scoring the most all worked together would result Tarpon R. F McRoberts Jr" "
-. -i .. N.... W*.tk.r 4-7 ,,,_, ....111.. A........ points in the current Stuart Chamber in expanded financing and unified Bill. Don .nt.ll' Ghiotio.
I Oughterson
THURSDAY It Mori.. -Tha Thins"4Ao13 II Out.r Until. It Ul>. U. Thl. U.r of Commerce chairman.
Common ,tOO-(.T Mr was 'tIIl--4 Val... Dally Word membership. effort toward goals that would I Bowden Ross Philhrick Joe ranI -
NOV. I* .ilt-1 Baa Hunt .i30-4 Olllhrani Ialan4 19 N.' ..., WoatkorTiBJ drive. benefit all Martin County. Max Auerbach !
10 ....".. Worth. Bpart .I Th Toua _4 Por ,Ia,...... Icy Ed Hallicy CS
Mania. II Now.5,30S. f One flop Borend .., Today Award presentations were made "What benefits Jensen! Beach I Dolt McClure. John Rasmussen
... Huntl.r-Brli.klor. BoportIt MlL.w .n. Walk. 10 CoatlnMlal CI..._ at a "ilcak and bean,," at the no
(Bmna. M Moadortl4 .pt.J Tk* Jotooali4B ttOO-4 Mr. ........., It N..* .upper benefits Stuart and the same is I Jim Minter Harvey Pilcy, Herb
Sairlra B.mo.torMrtn, ... II Ch..nn. 1-7 MoTki The: VU.Iont Paaplr" TiJO-4 How. Ukt Lodge Thursday night I true of Indiantown Hohe Sound Kraft. John Sadler and Fred

mullet o-4 M.In...w.-.. "th...Cllllaiw"Bt Joint. In aPwn. ..- -Nwa i N.wr-W.Ita' --.HuntlarBrlnklryII Oronklta7 ... OtB01.1Hullpwood,00. -4 Ona.mok Palai.IO 10 raromalIf M,l ltiOO Bill Bntton, drive chairman announced and Port Salerno each: of which I Rogers. < 666MODEL

I .." II 1'1.' .. (SING-10 Marl. 'TW' Hoodlum. Prloit- -4 Captain. It., ...... that Bob Me Robert*' Tarpon has Chambers of Commerce. I'd I Dolphin Mike Greene. chair. 1 ie

'AI_ Boa ('......._.)1....... 11 Tk. Oat '.1 Today team Won the privilege of eating I like to see a unified effort and B man Dick L'Heureux. Ronny Nel-
,00-4 Tk .un. Oi4 It-It M.k* That ipira" lilt-It Moil
-Ram* a.* Monday .- mtllOO > I Modtmaca Thoara, "MaBlrloantMalador 1 1:100=4, I. t. II, tt Mot *i2O-It Uar... Pan broiled T-bones, with hs ',.704points. funds drive that would take in every I
4,30Movl.I* Morlo. ,. "Thar'Broken Bar Lana"T Not Lr* It_Mavl. .. ':M-4-7 Today Bk.. while Mike Greene'i Dolphins -" part of the county: It would
.
Movlo, "Abbott tad Cattail MoH 1lO II T.5Is Baort
I II....,-"N.' Tm for af00.PV"LNy the ....1......." IHO-. Chaaiflmdilv. WrattllMIII S,4S-I' Vinnp Comwnp trailing with 4,932 points, result in doubled and tripled fi. OF NEW MINIATURE HEARING AID GIVEN
) Woody WoodpakaLv.l.g II HI.h... Petrol 4 Merle. "Ruhr 0_"" ",00-4 110..). "CI.." Sy NIBht"D.hhl tot the beans blue-plates. Dancing, with support from cattle -
.. actual .kurlal aid)
,120--d Rawhlil Olh.r Worlds Drshs (not
.o o-4.1 N.".. Wath.... RportfI 7 Coast Bponl.l! Ildo-11:::: :t tarHrht' Thottr Mike Douflaa n.* The drive raised $9,013 by iti and agricultural interests as A moot ..1_ Ira aHor. af aprclal latormt -
I N.w.\ WMIhorMo IA-II Jonnr Qiio.1 11,311-10 Wr tlln. from Tampa. U Sow BlU* well as business/ and resorts." ta ,.... who .koar but. da .., .......-
I 1. *It' "AblwM:: sad CO.UIIP Most t,too_It-ll Pkrmar'. Daachtar litO-. Moron Iroakcutr. ,30-4 ..... 5.3O p.m. deadline Thursday but '''_ r .... w.rd.. A Into Mia. ._,,' ..
PhakonsNM". ., O-4 Tk. KnMrtalnartlf ; I too--It D.n. Cluk d A.,.. .... A.'. Britton said that a mop-up planned I Rosaleen Murray manager, and --.;: __I, actual tlaa ..,)). ., tka .mallo. .tMotorolaD
"10-11 (L.ml.nNi6 / Boa HopaIt .,_" NI.hlw.Uk Bkaw Ma, I II Maolar Pl.rbowI.too4 for the few assistant l.: '' I .klkw. Hoarlni Aid ..or .....
Katherine
: -t: SNbuwlI -II Ad lam. P.mllr. .....> WlatUlM4i'ot Monl..n next dayi wu expected Martin were t will ko lv.a .way abtoutolr fraa to anraw. -
)... .- BtOO-It-ll Valantlnat Day \1,16-1/:; tC.or.: :: ) 1-7 Room for Dddp to bring it close! to I h praised by Britton for their aid to f a..: .. this adTOTtteom.nl.: W..r It
0,3p-.4 Oomor PiJwk '.. U.U.O 1| MorK Ma. = 18 Nat ot a....... $t=.000. goal. the drive. i \"..\ In tk. priTaey al row owa ....... "ITSYOURS
j / ? Born - 10.._'.' N.. I ; 10( : FREC TO KEEP"
\
10.00-n.. .. II Th.IoporI.ar 0..1.... xqb SUNDAYNOV. l'.ae.1.. Lav Loot "We have more to represent! and I II He announced that John Sad- t..u-. .. phone or Writ
Tkll ions
S Junk Paar ta Word far Word (Color I more to do than ever before for ler won a drive prize, B dinner for
It-ll FI.hl el tht Waak t-U PrIM I.I a..h'I.f.t I Stuart to live up to I iu new front Western Auto Associate StoreAuthorUod
10"n".lt And, of .rllorrr" "
.. Th. OotartlTM Man.In* Cn.oontral100 ; door, he said referring to the -

It Hllhwir. ,...01 .ltd -I II Co...., TI.... -".|| Oat Uo 11._.. "new look" given the town by'ouilancd Dorms MOTOROLA/DAtHBERC HEARING AID
10,41.-10 M.k. 'rh.t spur. I too-4 Love That Sob ; : Palm News.MRS.ANrrA..WUITF.
a 11 N.w..4' WoaikofTiOO City
U and beautified i U. S. 1. Phone 287-0775
Florida
261 Osctolu Stuart
v ; > 1 Illtw-4M.-' .. N..., Waatkor. Bpartt -4 C.ru>on-o..maI I "._r.. (Color) ,

Farm AI....... ,3I4NirIt: : : ; Llokt. I Stuart'a Mayor Ray Cooke, president --rrr-RLrrrrr
Morla. "All..1IT .
tlila- 4 "
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fit C.. ... ,
TonlKht with. dohnnf Caraoa II Moron Bar Wkoa' of the chamber, praised Brit ,,.. ,,
1 ro e r >taM 111 Miivlo, Anno. ) 1noa1Ii0 TiJO--4 tip.rvar It-It Patka Know* Beat tort and thanked all who workedon CwfTrspoaxirajl I Wave rush me FlftE tifwnwtroa;: ;, the "t1Rl'7.,E14R'' '. .
$-10 .1..t..torJo-.t I Airinltura. &op.,. I2iat> 4 earek. for Tomorrow
M MI t11i43M"ft 4iOSIt, Mori Ma' t I 10.: t-f Troth or Oaaoa.aana Color) the drive. "Let's don't quit till Telephone" 2S7-5582

- II I' Bunrlw 0_' Tha Tkoatr' I4B It-ll Teaneaoea') Brale Part we'JO over that $12,000 mark" .J.. A I Name 'm' ...!.. ...... .. ...... |
:
: t.trk'lnl."II' .
SATURDAYMOV. : he urged.Q.
t.oo-. 0..,.. FararMMI l.l e
ti Mori Altoraooa C. (Jerry) Smith who has Card Party Nov. 14

Bullwlnkl donated the "tleaks heana" : I Address ....... ... ..... ................ ....... .... II
MaralnailB If 'ting I In- TIM .. DI... lite-4 L..1 Ufa suppers
: Next Dec. 9
One
I Mr Rll
of
-.4 ...nl.) _..... "...,*. B II.10-N.w.1 Clrtnt: Bay It Mo..., "N..y t TI.... w. c-:: ." for the past several years,

..,..tI.)) In Woatora. C..I ...." It II...... aravnot N.w.Ij011' made a strong plea for a united ladies held City ....."'. ." "......' Stale .... '
The Palm Lake Park
.,, |
-4 Camadv Tlmati4t ', -4 This It tile Lira Dakala Drake .
5te51 -It Armotf fern f Tabwlc, lilt II Vliyhovo* II their term-monthly card party flits-heir.. I.rrrrr
t.t. -II-H N... It P.aII A..AeU(4 lte=4 Nawe TVf'IiDAY'oatlnutdE:
,.110-4 C.rloon-a-TlU 1,30-4 A. Ik World Turnt Nov 14 in the community room
*
PlnkII APRIL T-I
IICLiNNELJASTD t Hopalon Cawldy .'1.- .1:... 1.14 Bonn S Let'. Make. S Rod. ...1.* of the First National Bank 0 f I. IR }I.DECEMBER 15
f Ta ClrautIt .. ; f Girl T lk
MilO ladies from
Cartoon CtrnlT.la ,, II 17 HuBMt BtrlpI tiOO-/-) N.WI Wtalkar ..port.Ie Stuart A number of
Filth lor 1
4 Tidy .
Tiflw II CoM Tla. Tk. Ckrt taph.ra >4B: :* He Mr ( ...._Dltetle.loa T No Marl*.., w..tl.r lla. 'Drv 8_...." Pt. I Rio h_... Port Salerno and .. ... ,_..,- I
tiaoT Pun ClukIt ..... BtOO4 Pa.pw.r4)ItZtratu
{ Ho. or falta St. Guild attended.
Joseph
I..... Bugs I Bull WlnO.0,41S .. Yean* 5,16-It Commenttilt

I II 1'1.' ..'. 1'rlMd.CHRISTIAN Iwr.55504 5110-4 een.N."tfor4' N.7..BnhuntIS Door prizes were won by Mrs ,

II "Golden "IIIO.n. *oo Paltk-4 Lam Por,Today Um. Mr PaatI .t =- tiilfr .4 W..,.... Elsie 1 Booth, Miss Edna Holtzhauerand 1
1 .....
tilO-4t
D.AYS
U
Par Coart
f Still liaaH VN.1'nluta0t HuMlay-Brinklrr B.port Mrs Delia I-echner

Cross Fire"lliitalllna It II Worship" Hoar 1150-44 14 LU. Howard Newa' aad W_..'. Newt .It M..orlrkIt One door prize was donated by M I : Ptzl '

'i,30-4luokr. Ct w4 UT ite-4 l.f Another Tq Tfll world the Trata t''_Loro"4 Maan-" Wattar Cro.klta Mrs. Virgie Davis i and one by Mrs.Donald f ,

a powerful Golden T t Watok Word of M..Lir.. Wl tr4II II.II Oonaral Uoapltallt II 1'1.' .. Williams. j jl

Croat Fire is actually like moPIng I. I PorSr' 'fit" 0...... s-4>*..4.N.'Kd-.. of Nlrhl 7iOO Tka-4 Rod........Bkolton..* Routt Ulan went ta the- following I

your TV set milei nearer the ....--4 Caiaor* It t., Ten Dish Bar I Color 1 Krntwky Hlikway JonoaIt Patrol. : Slater. Mrs Hazel
Morla' 14-11 The Vounr Married Mason! Mn. Elsie Games Catherine
clearer .
station. Yoult see sharper 4,00-4 Batret 1_. 'i 04 Jiwkla Oloaco PhawS
picture on all channels.WilcoxHardyTV., f It'J..I:') Mar Wonhlp He: Boar I ...... a..... te-Mr.tar INunhnt N.ak t Cottrell, and Mrs. VelmaDowlcr I
.
.. T Mloker Moaaa CbS
II Pint Baptto( c. .. ,

CICNCI) 1.7_Poopla 4 Bold Are Punop J_... It-It-4 four Mori Oolock. .. Cluk4t3O .. Oobrt 5,00Ill liio-4-f *:M.n Know. From Pk-nl UNCLE." The next card party will be Deo. ":

I ,RADIO SCRIES litoT It ....."n.for..Hhul.. aiatkn.IB* m4 7 111 Mario_. ., ."..LwiilM. .10-11.00___.,.al.h....*...Nary BOOM. .kowItIt 9 at 1 p.m. at the same place.: l ,Half Moon HotelJAMAICA:

2.ldIGB: Device Hullud 1"1' Malar) Ad_.. Ttallaiaitar4iSS Th* T' \
.. -I 101. HERE AND THERE
Pfcooe AT 79242 RADIO STATION WSTU Altwn.a, It-It Am.,).. Mewattan4Bie .oao-e: P.""" .._ Janotlo
1'110-4 Bhlr"V" I S.. Grv Tkaakr
SR 707 JeBtS Bead EACH MONDAY 7ilS t\M T Oomody M.II_ It -w.|..tea... Weodaooker Hunt 1 Tw T. Tw Mr and Mrs. Mein of Iowa M"-l 1

10 In.ioM II Lilt Tim.IES5 Llor-P1,toa Pkna Non visited Mr and Mrs. Raymond I I $ I Iit
11 N... Voa-l Bet The Doawr aa4 Ik* *
2115-1| Plarkona IttiSO 1 Bi Tololhon' Hour Miller Mr Meirs and Mr. Miller I "
ABO N.wa
Almost Listens To -4 Dtolllihl oallOO SdNtlo6 I Si: Boekp .d >.. PrletdB .-(ill Th* Fu ltlTIlioo I were boyhood friends.! While here
( Everyone -. rlorUa) Footk.ll. Bt4B. -II ri..klna.. W..,..... Uparta .'-'-I' ._ W.iUw, BpartaIt they toured Martin) County and '
WSTU T John Wayna Tk.atra N.wa
STATION I. _.._.... -II. ,....* 11110..1. Hews, Woatliar. pest* were much impressed by our beautiful 1 1I
RADIO 1'11.11... Cawkayt. rt. Wt>Mtoa ... .iO -4-1 N.' .... Weatker, ....... 1 1 lit -4 ... .. Man Brwtkora' aoukWTorrtikt
..... 7 N.... WealkerI flower farms. I
MUTUAL NETWORK -. FULL TIME 1450 K.C. I IM -t ru..d An.... Mo.lo BDirt:| Boipktr"" P1. | 1130w' wlta ,Jokn.y
tiOO: | Worla Vlrt-lnla. CUf" II eVorl.4V.treHO Iw ..... ( ruts show c.n"l Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wei gel it : :
..__4 MoThTka Sill.' ." II Caaueaat Ia1s0-11 Bp.nl.k N.W.
.. ......> -AU Alias HT> ,tie::II ilawa, Waatker, .aartt Itt \tovla, Ilatllr of IK* Coral R.a"ItOt I' moved into the north .
,80-T combat 0.10.. .. +II Nlirktwatck) Maria. Mrs. T. O McClashey'i hav'l
C7f15Yrd. It.ll .. ; Dlakway Pakralitt 4 _1! Maria.
MONDAY tart. BATORDAY ..1t'at li r Hou.toa Footkall' I.n. City T : ::4 Woatkari -<- - I Mrs. Wcigd rt a teacher and

nIIW'! .ICH" 41)5030.tATM 4 Mew* WEDNESDAYNOV. Weigtl connected with the new ,
WBIATUKla Bi40 Ckarxktt4t .1 I ;;;..... I
CIINP"""IC.D : Palm CitNatloaal f\ t ........ W..h"1 MMoraa Chrysler and Plymouth Motor tr '
law) CLAPS. N., ... ...,., half .... (h.NI. It Cho'.. Company n StuartMrs.
..... RCA VICTOR ..wV-W.ltr Craakrta
tear' 4.05.5t.U: : = i4e-4 N .i j jto
ivoatkoa
.IW *.> Birth.., at...... aad llaapltalHowana S P1dOa :-1-Ntw.-M.PUn N.-R.. Cs.1n0. Brlakka (Ram* .. Maaiaay s.N0tk HallM Young and Mrs. $

M tHWLaval 0 W..b.S f,lOO-.4 U"le.t H..... .ilt. 4 Baarlaa Bom*.*** "Bawl Frank Games wen .in Lake Worth I: ;
III.... al BiOO .. ItiOO _... Living Color" TVrUUURMANCK I ..I.) ... P.iTVkla.4 HkawT &.1_.... ta T_..._" Friday.
MOTH *4>loaB MUlot Btaro1 ,100-4 Today Bkowi ..
-, tie--4 T. 1 a4l tk* ?toy -4 Maria., ..M'.N"Albwo.s I tV J
I Nude) Coart The part ladies BIM planninga a Person

1100" SWFB ''Tt'.D' B"BTDAV 7 Markv 15 Tko. ..nwa* (Barna .. Money aiaaptlIrflO rummage salt) early in December : :
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SOB..1
prtt.DATrh.r. s.> ... w.... wf MwaloilH lire ...... fkwrat4ae 'Wi' lt-U Vorata to Ik -II Mo..laFir. Cam* Baak. Anyone having rummage and who ,
MallMlaj Bar4 *.4 Hoik.aar 5.5"6-4 ,10--4, Mo.... -A Ron lag Ada." would lite to have it picked tu cIe I
15/1: :t: : ai.a6 'Onto' N*.>aWooM ..... a 15d 555 ,\ :>::j I:: Crlrtur"1. T ..... "l''. Pass.1.r.p 2S72744 up. 1 I
Nrydl.ty 1._ trl Mwal.. af OwekjaawMk ll-tt.Mt./I. for Bae..a') Hukk4. >MT> Haaa4Biee please call Mrs. Flora AfcorB -
0th: W.rM .. Nu:1 ) Game 2873)63
I NM0S. STNM. or] Mrs Elsie .
.t Iho&e 54 AwIpp..WIMk
114) ".... .
.- _N._... ..Wr.t.... 1 :,4 Raw. li- ......, 1..51. -v 15.11W.WsndMo .4.* Nawa Bparta. Wottke. Anything you have to con- GUlf'"
,,1- W.mU'. row.Word. ..IMHtarU....'. N5Now." wf atajwloMartlaj IJiM l.wraaiew Walk ttJO...4 Mont H...... Betara 7 ..... ... W_,.... tribuW. will be appreciated. : -,, -,.. .jf j
001.) 13,55 Crawly 1 IIa "'raw.few ..... "Now.Udr 1 1r PioaAtewti Hut Y M, 14-11 Bine OnkrIOiw .ilO-II CeaiiWMtlit Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tumy have j EXTRA NITES: $16.00 PER PERSON '
/ World of ..._ M A_ "MMokBrMt ->4 NLttorrt) Pap). -* Baa H..atI
111ENd 111." ...1 Bows -. Now.all 4-7 AWr4 4tiUko' M.... Weatkor. Hyatt returned from a trip to Ireland.
I2.: Me"e .,.. 11.- 1,50A'.. } BaadapOIH .00.5.4. ,fROVED 14-11 ... C..., 1 II Maw They are located on TwentythirdStreet SINGLES: $45. 0

ISlaa: r.-: 5a.. N.5' H.raa.. P1.will. Bi,e >Mows_... 500..4. It U JO--4 b5-4.0.1.15.11 Hreadwu: :laea..t:tla-..... t I M Haatler-Brtaklrr--4 Maw taper in. Palm Lake Part. W e EXTRA NITES: $18.00 PER NITE

I M.LY.oBSB t mS ajw*4ar p..4. It .
Ar Show RCA VICTOR Baawfoe* I welcome them.
...... Nk.. icli Nawa :
1,31 ilia: } 1150-4 Mow, AppalMawnt' I. Raadura. > includes
.- Vows plaaaj tkawBtlM Pna.ar4MM /.05554. ." e>4*- 4 Noa.-"..... Oanlltajtt : 1
Mawa Ho ._....., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lint art
T..55a+.1. :: offer a II TkaawalliIO Mow -HaatwrBrmkleylite
ilk: ? .._.. ftaa Maw.* (k.ar 4w1 BauIiBw now.'r MMa4.4.E5 ONE-YEAR WARRANTY -4 Jokanp C._ BhewI -4 Boat* Pat, Da.e Waving Friday for a vacation inSarasota. I Full tropical breakfasts each morning. Gourmet
Loa
... ..... 4,55 ..sat 01st I Mow Saw I MOSNTb. Orlando and Port CharVxte. .
.1? B 4M Plo.4 H__ dinners music
l.Y'"olbIt (55.4 55..1.. M all Including color ti r dancing each nite. Transfers
; + phew ::= s.w. : part your Htrrhn"OhIA "_"PI" u rl They plan to be gone B week -
+.a Horav ta Tot.
:A/A..... ...... era Mail.aat Mawa picture tube trte-I* ....... "... |tw 4. CB* _iterttt from Montego
.... w. Owe. Haa4 BfcoaaiM 4a. P.... Maw aadWaatka EXCLUSIVE It Mlaki'aat.k' Mart* ,... '1rwI.... or ten day*. Bay Airport to Hotel.
Pp.n. SALES SERVICEFRANK'S !
Ra,44a tie* II Maria. It-ll Oaata an4 Msrr114Oboe *
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M. NaWSw. .. .
).111& It. Show Transfers from
..oN'I. .art.a c.ft -_ MowS Btwa Mow Oil* ._../ ....... - .-I aNy Oak Costa Rica boasts more teachers '' Hotel to Montego Bay Air.
TUBIDAY .. ..... Slut. BkmrBiaO
... Na.1 101. Saw Moa4 BkaarBiWI ..... ..... TV I t.
Sat ...... ,. DIrMf Pto 111._ '0: fjorajte 04J TT... MQV. Bt -4 P- ..,lr MUlkUltetlll than toId en. 1"Cla1a Ilea I I11II'I' port. Luxury accomodations at oceanfront
Now. II... how t BkladVBttm abolished in 1848 hobo
I 5.00 t54t -"- L..wl5, S... W boon UftmBit 0- I... -... and APPLIANCES -4 Dow Vas Drka Show was hotel .. acres of grounds 18 hole
Rational force. golf
Two Now- riaatd' ttat TUM Lab.... ttwaj MaraiMtilt a. Mart -Tka Baatlal repUctsl by a police :. ,

"ICIO f := .MV S.yN4hTa. 1 Oat ,,-. Sir 5wa) _.-e fPaaa Bar > II55dpBfn5e U 4 Baarlaa Wotanl BoM CaMvra Mr.* "MatkaataIra *- I St -4* MWkerM Cars "11IIa.. Bkawlall course. Complimentary Cocktail Party one
.. := '
._ Nwd P5awTwtJ .w. BravaIBtOe UwIsg C.155" TT Bart*a lawItao .1 BSi
:t'7": ,-- 11-.... ........ .... 5).a U....55045*4 (15.. CUo.rOOTBAtX m Cdorad. $140-.4 1,0,01, It.Pa.ponw4..... "..... 'hoe Tea"Atl..q -4 Burke1.Oa Bnwiwat Law Taalaklftlt ; .1 nite a week. l
,.. ...... .... WulaoL 5t.. 1055 "News I MOH Stand a gift. Free use of Tennis Courts
1,10 {.... 111._ ... I.... ",.,. Wows Maa>4a> aattttt I .... rVM_ Tkeatr I' TaU Beach and
.. W. h. '" ... Iwo i400t4' I* 7T BaaoM tr4H.aaj
a* Uta all hotel
I.".- .... rw 5tna0lbw u... 511 .ut 15,00 .... .0" It Mw>HMai* 0.l>-> -.11.t-lt 11I_ W*>.... pass' la Florida's recreational facilities.
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4'30-4 Marks 'V oti 'B"o VJkHarta. i It Wewa en IIMWOI
/ "Ta. .. .. : Fee "'""- al. tet-pltn Uwfaaetlatt
MQIS, FMff E.lngUNTV. .101-::; .11'.t.-I
W., I fto .. Future!

"... Of FLORIDA, Seturda? Aftrraooa If: I tt U L:.,:.4lrq..YhZ. SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT'fffIIIUU1T !

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THE STIMRT FlnrMa( ) NTWS! Ihtinday, Nsmmbrr 19, 1964\ 3-C





WEEKLY BUILDERS, HOME IMPROVEMENT\ PAGE I



IDEAS TO irri.r YOU nuir.n> :.INn IMPROVE




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State Help Is RECENT BUILDING PERMITS
EAST COAST LUMBERs You Can Deduct the

SUPPLY CO. Sought Here on (Nor. 6-13))

GWMTChason's Lnraltmi Contractor Dccrlptlnn\ Amnunt

"Martin: Count! Supply")" PlonetrBuilder' Road DrainageA City Stuart Property Losses in

.Y MM+
visit to Fort Lauderdale on Garage ';'f 319 South Federal Highway I iickhnrJt Paving S LOlli I )

Thursday 'T>y Mayor Ray Cook, Rinker Material ,,1,h ;, South Dixie Highway Dickerson Paving I 11 LOlli) Wake of Hurricanes

28M611 County City Manager Engineer Joe Fred Crowder Bell and Allnpattah Corp rf: I op' 900 South Federal Highway Dickerson Paving 4 000)

may A. Bauer ) 1217 South Federal Highway Dickerson Paving' 4000

RAILWAY 1)WY'EHeathcote pay the dividend City of to Stuart.Martin Countyand R, Fisher *.4 ,,07 Cortex Avenue' Coin I. Cooling, .Heating Co conditioning 1/00 A. a result of recent' hurricane ty and that you were the owner

Bell tooperatedwith. the 'tlty Otto Vlcckler .. .. r.. 504 Balbc4 Avenue' None Shod 750 Dora. Cloo and Itbell, many people i of the property

-- official in soliciting State Rood '. in Florida suffered damages You may he asked to give the
or losses to their homes
Department aid i n alleviating a Martin County and other I cost or other barb of the property
for which
drainage problem at Pine Street property insurance cov evidenced: by purchase' contract or
Nurseries just went of the U S. -State Road John Pette ;i: :. ,. Rio '"s,,, Stuart Paint and Supply' Repairs 100) eraue was nominal or not available, ) JiJc. and" the depreciation' allowedor
Others
714 interaction 'Clarence David- Walter Benson '*. Salerno Shores Hill RiceNone Florida room 750 I dollan of ex pi runced million\ of allowable. if any.
ton, district engineer a aid i he damages t o ground. Other information asked for
Church of God Indiantown Addition 2.MX) may
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Architect dwelling automobile, boat, fur I
*Laadncaplnt.
would consult with District 4 SRD
Oriental l Design A Specialty.Owiplet member John M Monahaw, lo Me, L. E. Poole India \n Park Clyde' Martin Addition. 2.000tee nilure and other business and nonbuincs the Include. the value and before and after
casualty the amount of
Un of One.... if The present 196445)) maintenance b. Vhale Palm CitySalerno: None Carport! utility room 20 properties.. from fire and" insurance or other compensationreceived

Plant Material. "Th hdla fund could be Used for this' tugene: Grillo Farms Coral Garden Construction Co, Service station 24.(XX) other The disaster actual los I or expected to he recerv-

Rlvtr Am Oldest Landscape purpose. i L. PapttderoMimtte kitten Beach SlIme Re Mcnce 8.(KM) may have sustained property from casualtic you. *d for damages' to property The
Nursery' Our 38ft Y M." 'Tn Bell also requested connote-' 'Maid Corporal( tndwntownQlympia Martinique Construction Addition to barn 5,0110( )() of this kind and from theft i I. 'I latter, should include the value of
ation' of the '
Right oft US.! 1 .( Lfe&lcy Slate Road 707 drainage in Jensen problem Beach on, SoUa Brother<< Plat No. 1Indiantown None Store repairs 4000 deductible from your federal income I I repair, restoration and cloantipprovided : .
Lnnber hi. Fort Plerc PheM tat return, according lo Dr without cost by disaster
near the Sunny Acre Road intersection Martinique ConstructionFlorida : Same I aundry and store 14000' '
'c. relief agencies/: or other, Dr. (Mo-
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HOward 15332. where, he suggested! a Slate Park Servile Jonathan Dickinson Park (McLaren. Construction) CoCharles Bathroom 20.(000MM)( ) Motley eCOl1m.1l'fIl"t ( I,,1ey staid.TECo,
1,000-foot 'pipe and three catch: Colonal Richard Peter Port SewallLighthouse Smith Dock / ) Agricultural Lxtenmon Service
basin are needed SRD will con Ordinarily the kits i deductible' I ---
sider the C. T. Bush Point Sndlrr Construction Co. Residence u.om)( on the return for the )year m which
possibility of supplying
the material and Bell department the casualty" occurred Dm i I. true Martin Men

will do the work even though" the damaged property Took Part in
HOME LOAN might not .be required or repine
IOHNii."WIUSNEY Economical To Build Easy To MaintainTho ed until the succeeding year. Mock Assault
IN OZARK EXERCISES! You may deduct the net amountof

TALKS. ,Army -Piwine FiN Chase John actual property loss rewiltinii' I Marine Private First Class Ralph
G. Mawhinncy, whose wife. Betty from th. casually or from theft: C Ward' Jr,. son of Mr and Mn.
and parents Mr and Mr*. Jo.seph REAR VttW These may .b* "business! or non.' Ralph C, Ward! Sr of Stuart and
by Jon herold L. Mavthinney live in Stu- first group of figure business \lone. 1 the deduction 'In Marine Private first Class. Theodore
irt. participated with other mem- in the house number represents 1r allowed only to the person. who Pmkmon Jr? son of Mr, and
ben l of the l 1st! Infantry Division the square feet of Cva- owns tho property Mrs Ihcodor Pmkston Sr, of
it's a I t tWardE In Exercise Gold Fire 1, a sixteen- able area in the house. (Th A cawiahy Dr. Motley explains, Elms Sound, are "follows,
day field! training exercise being other group' i is an office number it the complete' or partial destruct. the European: area .
y, conducted in the vicinity of Fort .) According to Jan Reln- e ae lion: of property' resulting I from an titlpation In the largest amphibious
soy r ) Leonard Wood Mo. ber) Consult a local contractor identifiable' event tr of a sudtlcn I unexpected combat training exercise in the
The twenty-year-old soldier! Is for an estimate of f &1 .1a or unusual nature I>lIm. Atlantic linn World War II.
% a heavy-vehicle driver Company building costs ages from a hurricane tornado They are serving with the See-
S ags B of the ht Infantry Division 1st flood. norm, shipwreck! fire or end Battalion Sixth Marine I Regiment .
Beer Battalion. regularly stationed accident art casualties Vcond Marino 'Division!
Jrvri! at Fort Riley, Kan tie By JAN REINER Auto accident" *, therefore! are Camp Lejeun, N, C.

entered the Army in April 1963 Home No. 10IO-I46 casualties, Damages tIh.. tax The. operation. called! "Slel
..-completed basic training .1 r *ayrt' automobile, caused: by the Pike; taw 211.ClCI() ) Marine of the
Fort Knox, ,Ky The key question for the honie- 'faulty driving of cither driver are Second. Marine Division' Second
building! senior citizen may go usually deductible k)s ci. providd Marin Aircraft Wing' and Fore
yet 9,957 people The college dropout ratio is the something like this: What make + they were not caused. by the Troops Meet Marine lore. Atlantic
same for both sexes: four out of I i retirement home economcial to 1010'14 willful act or willful,, negligenceof along with a b.tlllltlfof
every ten who enter.PAiNTSHARDWARE. build and easy to maintain I the taxpayer Spanish" Marine land In a mock

have saved over Herd are some answer: (I IAn Some lows I Dr. Motley point assault on beaches in Southern
economical floor plan is a compact where kitchen bath and foundry out, Ire not Casualties. I hII'' *xam> Spain

AT 7.M3GALVANIZED one with the least footage I'appliance are grouped claw together PO CH ROOM pie, kisses resulting front the .hrukng .- ._.-_. -_____. _-__ -____
(3) Easy maintenance results i of china gWwar/ u
$36 million at of exterior walls and the simplest ( ) I or through
roof Plan No. 1010.146 i I. nearly from sufficient floor apac" to I handling. or by a family pet are STUART'S
OF STUART
square and has a simple shed roof. avoid crowding of furniture andiron not casualties and art not deduct!(
PIPE 2)) An ,economical, house is one 'I.th* UM of good quality' ma hid. INTPRIOR m.SKTSFR:

First Federalof .1....... ........ : which will stand normal KITCHEN If you claim casualty: or theft" '
L1VINC-DININC f
fro ell' .. Ia..eh wear and !rat as well as heal' and! loan you may .N called upon lo ,'. dr.:''staa
&......... -li.. i ST. LUCIE PUMP humid Florida weather IOKII'n show the nature of the casualtyand
VeroIn ....... BnMliM. -tor BlMkSHU a D..h.. & Plan No '1010-146 not only incorporates when It occurred that the low .-... 'f" .. CA..a
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.er... C.M. ...4 ..h... WATER SUPPLY the direct .A.Utli
all these features hut wa result of
INDIAN RIVER SALES Rd. R.F.D. i r aL. -- -_.__ _______the__ casual_" ,; .urcowu
2 n
Monterey also provides a Irving-dining area,
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these days of tempting mercrumdis ON THE name ONC MILE NO OouMs & F W. Water System kitchen and a 32 by M.font screen R. Co) LINDSAY .::4-: ? r.._..
JENSEN BEACIIrrti1 WATERCONDITIONING NLarr.eIU.NRUac
and high prices and glittering A Vac-All Tank Loader ed porch facing the water (or the ; VC r1
gardun). looking from the street INI?
inducement lo spend, spend AT 741233 I p.
one see the front door, ,the two 287-G.1"
and spend it's really amazing that WE ALSO REPAIR ALL PUMPS awning-type aluminum wl n d ows !Sale, *- Kfrvlr- Rrnlab Eta E OCEAN BLVD.
-c-- a d.1t...... of the bedroom, and! ,the extra- l Complete .
anybody saves anything : WELL DPILIINRINKLE P 'Ju deep carport which can accommodate CY WATER coNnrnoniNa aravict

It speaks pretty well for the human : .. SYSTEMS' cither tw* ear or a car and MANY WATEN anrrENERMOML Plt'MBlNO: RrPAIRS
WELL SUPPLIES
BY AVAIIAaUtML
a hoal AND (() '11Il1CtJON
race' that the people In a town A t.fool.wide Jalousie door II: rEAruat, LirniMCriaauLAk

the size of Vero Beach have accumulated STUARTFLOORING I --- (protected: by roof .v.-ban() Wads. uO nn tV1I..r: lANKaCaRfi llard _
> > ,
ante the "II by I 17-foot uvmgdavIng
over $36 million in savings n lAltBt$ area A small vestibule i Is formed Test,

in First Federal as well .ore I: by the convenient fl.looc.wke$ 10 C Il .l A-I-A I 3 Ml. Ho( 217-1202 :i
x
considerable other: saving* in other .. VINYL HOOD TILE t1)) [RiGiERVJ\ coat ceiling close MoM! (C') which doors. hal Th fkior-to-whole) 144 SdI 42 FRONT 7 A

institution in thus areato My I 'dav area" i I. extended into the I c :
VINYL ASBCSIOSASPHALT log wasp On both *ide.- Hid *. are she ceil-'
vtd* screened porch by three apses.The
nothing of their/ investments 'In the I Ah'll)11OIIYnMrLSTIcI R. C. UNDSEYRANOS
.
pair' of Moot wide sliding glen bathroom bosi ingot (which follow the line of the _.
an Lhp1ed
good home in whidi"" they 11Ye. 'KUBBLR Ralde&W A Ca.asavW. I door One pair "provides brat so- counter with a huill-in baton I shod roof)I. except' that they conlain RrP.llR1 LIC Nt/D J INpal o A"fID'LU"
@ S
PARKAY teas from th* kitchen to ih* porch 9urrh.fa. I CToa
It speak well for First Federal PAINTING and" a corner vanity (chmr shown | electric coil for radiant ceiling ,I VIAL ar Nal
LINOLEUM: DECORATINGPAfERMANCING for easy out-of-door eating. In- dolled her). The tub i II away from I tjr"
that it has provided a mavtngs system S RKSANDLNGComplet: door dining is also made convenient the window and the toilet I Is discreetly healing I -. -. -
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window Plan No, '1010-146 has been designed W..,
(with good dividends) to make by a serving opening placed back of the narrow .1 I
Floating Savo". FJrtHior.I lrUr from the work counter (se* dotted partition emtll4nin, the shosvrr by architect Jan Riner "hoI
saving* to
And it speaks well for First PRODUCTSN1CKERSON l>i* IMhaited work Counter of There i ill an abundance el tk*- mutn/ln. (Magaiin avallahl at WETS
Federal that it bas' helped so 287. 472 the 10 by \\\-4ac\" corner. kitchen, Its ia> Ihi' 1010-tquor.(out honw Val Book Shop or by mailing. $1, UI U. AT 1.2111.
double
many has the sink thousands their 117 W. OSCEOLA AVB.Nlghta window the rang (R) and. hood In addition. lo those already men- to |Iasi-( .fifty.*cond Slr I e I. ,......, ......,. assert PAINT i APPLIANCES
people to
own toned the maiiar bedroom has;. North. St. Petersburg 10 Da.) I
own homes. Std 3' A .IblbUv 1 POST OFnCE ARCADEAT against the bathroom wall and the I, two S foot closet and. the second -- ..-- 1105 011.0R\00
refrigerator tH F)on the dining/ areawaRright 41SAM
DIAL 2.7..'"7 7-2447. next lo Ih' sliding bedroom has one 3 foot one. Permits RHODES 211-11'
Pcepl are good, after .n. Building
pretty I door (see arrow on plan) which: I Although lot floor area of Mom ADMtIAI.
--- ------- --- -------- --- -- No. ta
----- toto-146 lono
--- lightly over
can clot off the kitchen' Wallcabinets

...ate .aww M ....... .. I* HMO are shown dotted. 1M e'I the skillful do-it-your i, Total $117,950Martin construction inc. Major Appliances
construe-1
hr.'k* F.*ral ........ **4 IM" IMMTIHM RELIABLE knchn I r, handy not only la tilt wife that it
_c-: ..... Y.. ._ at..,. porch. but ..111he carport and) lion' has Foes Ie simplified, 'h.11 R TELEVISION
with Any .WIMI ... %U mvfMWI SFJPTIC TANK SERVICE' INC h I by Moot utility room Ih.* building com will' "b* below County building ptrmlll Builder
1 those of the onlinary house And lopped the $1011.nOli mail lot" the
M .o ttaM.Copyrighted tl 1300 South Dale The i by broil bfekonn hall I, .
p. 0. Bo Hlgkway blast FUtU ,
week Nov U,
( 1964) yet the plan include" such niceties ending nineteen
eonnut of but
prtcwt )faMolhhie--* .mtd FJIA. A..... ... TEaks door arm: lo two to the bedrooms nothing, one I as the Vfoot ceiling. of the livingdining permits being Mated| for a a total Developer ncnjamin Moore
SANITARY TOUTS I' area, the ....n- .11 of 1117950 I
to lilt 3 by .()-(oot bathroom one Paint A
WANTA of indirect' light mounted Sat city permit accounted for \Vnllpnper
strip
STAUATION REPAIRS .CLEAMHTTSOfffc. 10 the 3 by Moot closet, one to ,
the living room, and I dlJUMe en biAr* th* three sliding. glass dour, $22,250 and rhirtra county ,.,. SALES OM'ICKpMf
COMFORTABLE n u PAUL D. COMIS lo the linen closet (LK thus d- and the fact that the hour flM afrUrout mil Intnlod._ $95.700.
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7.2341 Poe.111gh1 vo ,. J,1FN BE.k'll
MORTGAGE? AT 1*. Any one of these .toM .
. AT '-1261 IDR&'I L COM&'It, S.ey.Ts extra burnt Tops In Design OrtKK, BIG) PAINT

l' .... a --.... i-e NYw Holiday AT 7-2341. .VI /MElCTRICAi lfttdiolt apecdiatsws f e r
b' M. .k.r mmntm ,- k Mih 2X7 1710 SALE I' 6 ONrIJRalASE
... .. Fmt r- .) V- -k.Vere IY lt Mom* No. IOIIM4 are a* fib -
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t.v It eft III _.1.5.11..sot I -- I I low: the 4-inch-lhick: reinforced. 0.
r.uir.a.. ......... I
--t ..- j fktof Ub I h poured over I con- KINGSIGNS I Phil l Baker I IS OM lolUr: I
i I'' RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL Sinuous vapor barrier" and solidly .MM Mgr. I
I'IIoMt leech U2-U7J compacted" Ml and. It, for dryness
wu. U Mck*.* Mow ih* **arrtor -
grade hn*. Th /10 by 2O4nchconccl !
footmg conum three I HEATERS WASHttS

FIRST FEDERAL Motors Rewound "'Over 22 Yn fenp.Ar.ee* steel reinforcing rod M order !. i -t1 WATER HEATERS
support safely the nch-thKk r*' I
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SAVINGS LOANASSOCIATION Home Wiring & Outlets ALL WORK lent marry ..11a. 'Incklmtallyft 1 NEON SPECIALISTS

Interior penman r* offtfiitf rot dares IIO. H / 1Jt9
CUARA.Vn.IOFree -
B Water Pump Repairs wood frame with pl.stet i
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OF OHN: MA DAY'HTDMSOAt Estimates 1Ri C I T

INDIAN BrVTJl COUNTY254514th CUNNINGHAM ENGINEERING

AM. DM 4J-2373 Repo ......... OOMFJT1C

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, Life "
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Stuart Martin County Florida ,,
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL Carle Hazen of Port

AUDIT BUREAU OF handful of squids of his I ,

metallic, rigid lures II II I d ) .'w+" + .

*. GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher tin and lead, the more tin I '

.( 'sser3.IM ? .> ,

s j ,;:',MAIL J[;;SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, ;

-- -- .850. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County ) ." he said. "Try these.! v
"Anywber. else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two good for kings and the

Six months $2.7j, three month $ big mackerel." I haven't

Foreign and Canadian rates on them yet but they are

special mold of a design
1 many years by a veteran
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are good-und they will
Bryant Seashore



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It Is our deep hope that Governor Farris lion District (' buck many mem

Bryant will be able to (put through/ the acquisition wrench into the time of year' with the

:i: of the seashore (lurk !south of St. l.ucic park acquisition 1 .her, when the squiJders
the aristocrats of the
; Inlet as one of the concluding action of his stale-which
: ', and I suppose still is,
progressive administration.And Island lands thut M 'ta
( A man who knew 'w r
it seems fitting to.II\ thul it shouldbe plan. This
do twice well
as as one
known a* the Bryunt Seashore Park in of the acquisition 4

perpetual recognition! of 1 h e great forward this difficulty can

strides made during his I administration in the started rolling
fields of conservation and recreution. Martin squid bouts were bused z ..raA" +

Altogether, including the Audubon mile, Nations and Frazier Creek or around Ir P s r

there i il about four miles of virgin wildernessocean or Bryant and h House out at the end : g

beach !south of the inlet which should of the park and / they started downriver

he hi the public name, and available- Florid effort be made Most mornings they

'l '\ 'been received first faint pink came in '.. ._._ J
expanding pOlulatiOI\( \ f the future. _JU"".""'. a.st '; -
It includes marvelous] sloping. ( sandy benches operation, but ARE YOU A LIT1IRBUC? Somebody is. The (photographabove empty cigarette packages out the window of your car. Toss cmpt\ '

dunes and !sea oats hammocks of native palm, We think shows a stretch of parkway between the street and sidewalkin beer cans along the highway Dispose! of garbage on the highway

and a wealth of exotic Florida flora and fauna. is a mutter of ( grey mornings when the business section of East Ocean Boulevard\ downtown shoulder. Leave soft drink bottles on park benches. Permit trashto

There are no roadi Thin'! Is one of the lust 1 State : was rumbling and lush Stuurt. There is a trash can receptacle nearby-but nobody seems accumulate in your yard. Allow members 'of your family to I

untouched wilderness beaches In South Florida ty Commission bouts would huddle this able lo reach it. You are a litterbug if you Drop candy wrappers follow the above practices. Then you are a litterbug and shameon

: 'i.Jt t is probable that if.it; .Is not secured in hassee now and wailing for the tide lo paper cups, und ice cream wrappers on the sidewalk, Throw you)
thtfrnear future posterity-twill( lose itschanceto"njoy The State of any lessening In the sire
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this piece of ''the real'florida l ; as it mciins to always some hardy -
used to be." -;: '' i, stretch of IICII break, become com WANTS BIRD NEST: We especially enjoy your column n IIII: ,, us

j South of here "th 3oM 'Count of Florida the Cabinet i where you can't turn GOURD SEEDS on the editorial page and

hot practically tukea""ove'r the beaches with budgeted $50,11X1()()( his skiff enveloped in LETTERS TO JKTHEBDITDRIH Editor Stuart News: know you are a lover of nature LET'S LAUGHAmong'
and all wild life.
hotels, motels and other development There the State Road stern hidden up and If you' Hill have some bird-nest -
In Michigan there is .IIII.IIII.A.; :::>>
are. only a few stetchesthat.are.not, In private 16 it--so isn't it the second the third- gourd seeds left, I'd certainly appreciate a weekly

ownership-and either developed or fac leaders to go to go up: "He made ii." your sending me a few paper North Woods published and dealing the life with our the' leading do-it-your
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pertaining -
ing development. .f.! holding it up I'll grow them up here in Minnesota to it. self project are the successful efforts

A $20KHKX() ( ( ) development program/ hut get it rolling? and use' some of the gourds If have not issuesof on the part of many drivento
all except a few more The opinions expressed are those for nor wrens and bring some to you seen any convert their standard-size can
just been announced for the south point of We think so. t
make it, too. You of the writers. If desired, letters put on our lawn at 817 Riverside it. thought you might enjoy (the into compactSparks Louisville,
I Hutchinson Island. which h the thing; that could I It is
just across copies am sending. a great
et out; coming back was are printed above a nom de plume' Drive. I'll bet they could even be Ky
Inlet. from the stretch of virgin beach for Martin (, little and has quite a large
being paper
squiddcr hud to estimate but never without The News know used as bird feeders if cut out ina .
considered' as a park-In fact early !selected! future-would he ing the of the writer. Let- certain and stale circulation
going to be worse in name way peanut Joe: "How do you like your new
h(the new Florida Recreation Committee as shore Park a better, A bad reef ten sent In anonymously are filed butter, suet and wild bird seeds Sincerely job as a salesman?"

j ort,$of the most logical, ... spits for a slut,"? seashore And time is meant that it would be In the waste bllsket.-lhe Editor.ll1tY'RF. mixed together, packed into them. Jensen Mr. and Beach Mrs. H.and S. LeDuc Jim: "Oh, it's dandy. You meet

park. quired now for I'm sending !some postage because tome fine fellows at the hotels and
: PROUD OISIUARPS ) Tawas Mich.
I ; ; It Is sad that the Florida Inland Nuvigai. it forever I don't know how the !seeds City, have lots of fun in the evenings
NEW LOOK
\ will he !sent We certainly enjoy Dear Mrs LcDuc: but what I don't like is having to

-- -- ------ bouts were mostly Editor Stuart News: your column-in fact our week Thank you for the copies of Call on all those purchasing agent
but underpowered then What a wonderful and pleasant I isn't complete until the Stuart "The North Woods Call," which in the daytime."-Roundup, Win-
fast 1 boats Where you surprise greeted us when we enter News gets here.Sincerely. you sent from Michigan. They revived ston-Salem N. C
Federal Handouts Repugnant as ed into the City of Stuurt. The city many memories of grouse S
'I ; most wan> coming in, al- ,
I looks twenty years younger. Airs Richard in the spruce tops, smallmouth bass A speaker
off the wave R, Stcenberg, was lecturing on for
you
: In Fact They're' Repugnant broached by the fol the Our Garden sincere Club congratulations and the Chamberof to St. Paul Minn. on the the gravel bars, and muskies est preserves "I don't suppose,"
J l l along edge of the weed beds. he said, "that there's a person in
j m aerar n .r tp/ w.... -: .,, 1,1._ ....- .-.. Commerce for their wonderful Dear Mrs. Stcenberg: Not to forget the quiet of the the house who has done a single
v. ; work in beautifying war highway. Yours areonthe hemlock woods in the evenings.
1 :-r : >' way> thing to conserve our limber resolired '
1 An alarming"indication1 public: ncceptartce It happened; ) > up to the south and We no longer need to say with -The Editor Welcome buck for the season ;"..'Sirenice ruled for several

of the patronagesystem' was the widely The Department t to go down behind the reservations, thut we winter i n -The Editor, seconds! then a meek voice front

attiludeiif have Mule $25XX() )() a y&"a's. way out the Hole at Stuart NORTH WOODS CALL. the rear of the hall timidly retort.
publicized "now we a ril'C'li1" We both and
are now proud happy "Instead I of all riled
children In 4 in the old days. REVIVES MEMORIES getting up ed. "I once shot a woodpecker"
i ", to Washington when Florida went Demo- this milk is offers the to say that we do.Sincerely when you receive a statement of Southeast Houston, Tex
I utie in the presidential raceVhcther emergency yours, Dear Editor: account in the mail you should .
by the slate prison outside by groundswells, Mr. and Mrs Charles We
get your paper regularly be genuinely pleased. For the bill "Oh Not
\ this'state went Democratic yes, it's a good firm
or it now, The : to run a fierce gauntlet Costigan which keeps us in touch with. Stuart is an indication that someone has only do but we
we pension
get a
Republican' should have had no hearing ontl'le'o "This Is a prime Point Pleasant N. J J. affairs and Jensen Beach, wherewe faith in you."Carlineville (III.) age more quickly! -North Hunt-
pendiluro of"public tax monies. As the! federal l and Holiday Trailer Park reside in the winter, Macoupin County Enquirer. erdon, N. J,
r.in. which falls on the jusl and the unjust I, some of our own .
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for all things In fish -- -- -
federal taxes ur V ' ,
Republicans alikjd,and the very Idea of dispensing don't know if
) federal funds as political putronagein foolishness It style while' and lines eventually Don't Be Kidded by Semantics be no food shortages, no famines, no illiterates
by claiming .
repugnant states can't be "' the squid lo the fish." no lack of medicines or skilled hands to heal I

Federal grant have become a way of life! Thin is an and no shortage of jobs to make the many
Business Is
,to many slate and local governments, at a lo Irunquilize the I two-man "squid bouts Space Booming But It, material things that are badly. wanted every

huge cost not Just'in money, hut in the coin The amount .. Almost where, '
\of! stale and local'rights, responsibilities obligations trivial, by federal universally, '
Is Frantic Armament Thut would be All thai 1
and freedom' of action and decision important Is outriggers screen Really Race genuine prosperity.
up the tension between keeps us from it is what's been since
i Occasionally, however, a state doc refuse H raises The going on
.handout-and when that happens it is worthy Governor is H & / solid strike and sleigh Cain killed Abel, the settlement of problems
the fish struck Most Semantics is the art of shaping the! mean- mad urea of Florida where Uncle Sum is
Jot general notice the occasion Ing of words and sometimes word is chosenfor by resort to murder, person-to-person Individually
a billions
.:.,. (la few used six) and spending of dollars m an ostensible
behind: the bouts was a (place where it sugar-coats an activity effort to beat the Russians! to the moon, but and internationally at wholesale.

with a !softer label. really to outstrip them in the testing of world-

Such a word is "space": Mankind believes ranging and space-capable missiles of war

Hunting Season Brings Its Rising ; catching more fish at that it is good lo adventure into space and It Roughly, Moondoggle-land falls inside a I IT MAY NOT SEEM SO BurHxm's

I the others, you adjusted may N.--that is yet to be proven. We have triangle two sides of which run from Orlando CHEAPER BY MINUTE

Learn Proper Gun Rules Before When mackerel or notional "boards that are devoted to space to Titusville, then south to Melbourne. The The cash for today's monthly food budgetcan
furiously, two lines space industries and a space race. But if you hypotenuse' extends from Melbourne to Orlando be earned by the average factory workerIn

could handle and the take the word "space" away and put "war"in thirty-seven" hours. In the period 1947-49
its place it does not sound It'll'''''''. it took the 195'
worker In
Many other Florida same hours.
sixty
A young man mistaken for a deer, was pointed at communities are probably -
business in
is the Mooncusionully
Space booming envious of the business the worker worked six minutes lo
killed in Ocala National Forest; another Will ammunition In boom that (prevails average
rushed front the 'Qludes to a Miami hospital cars. Safely very little heavy under- --- -- in the Cape Canaveral section. They buy a quart of milk. Today according 10

after being shot by a t turkey hunter; a third except before' the / was lo ,get the blue toss a bucket of tea water over shouldn't be however for the simple reason figures compiled) by the National Industrial
was killed in West Palm Beach when someone Learn proper practically skid it across! them that it is a hollow prosperity. not based on Conference Board from the Bureau of Labor" )

pulled the trigger, of "an unloaded shotgun/ hunting. Wear / l lo the bout, bring it sound business principles or on purposes that Statistics, he works five minutes.

In other words, the' hunting season! is with fail to shout out: I a swoop that landed it PROBABLY the most fantastic brute-lo- will stand the candid light of genuine human A pound of butler "COM" 22 minutes in
toll of hunter de-hooker and- value 1957; today it "sell"
us i again with itt rising fatalities androomings another brute squidding took place during World War for nineteen minutes.
hunters shoot squid. buck The justification for Canaveral A pound of coffee shelf for
I at careless at moving stalking you.Never ) your II when there was a demand for false albacore is simply leaves the store
/ object without fintti, absolutely" Identifying pick other line or Florida bonitos for shark bait. Two Salerno a national emergency. Having opened the eighteen minutes of your time today; in 1951

\ them ,and otherwise!. break the rules of safely ways' (put a gun squklders would regularly come in with above awesome Pandora's Box of atomic destruction you had to work thirty-one minutes for it

,irt the WUl"" I IHflo down on the other \ : .. or giant Rlllc"erelere 2,1X11)( ) pounds a day during the mid-summer we must forever keep a jump ahead of Chicken checks' in at four minutes a pound!

gun. ark. ever "unloaded." Anyone! yourself' When f runv An expert runs, and if you think that 1 isn't& work try hauling our enemies -w ha feel the .same way and cheaper than It was formerly. Staples such as

handling any gun should always' treat it as if the muz/ta of varying lengths' of piano in one bonito on a handline.IT are doing the some thing. On two sides of the sugar canned tomatoes dried beam and breadare

it,was fully Ioa+cd. No guns should ever be your companion( wariness of the fish, world there is the perpetual crisis of frantic all a minute cheaper than in the decaJe
? with gloved hand in testing of super-rockets to reach the of the Fifties
i _. : I WAS NOT sport and made no> pretenseat Moon; that's just
11 ------ -- kink took marvelous. political chocolate frosting We
1 a are spending the smallest percentage
so being: but it was an interesting way of
on of the
top hydrogen bomb
: favored -but to be of our take home
I. strips were over pay for food at any time in
making clean and elemental life.

11 Why Not State the Reason Why > i of A man individuality in a a living'small in a"boat immensity In the sea ll has is amazing a sense sides superior It is, more and In, "possibly a armament war which, obliterate: could race all wipe than human out both life. our each history.dollar for We food spend, the nineteen lowest figure cents for out any of

Control' His I seems. to be no rule, how far you can see hovering! birds the spray deal. a space country in the free world. And In gases
Not in
Was t lheay today's' pleasure of striking fish- or the ictUale gleam of a So before .. workers spend around! 53 percent of their income
t oecome ervious! of Canaveral's for
in the mackerel. They king being hoisted aboard" a boat on UM food. Next time someone says,
and west! cut diagon horizon prosperity (Cape Kennedy's if you "Hav a cup of coffee. ItTI only take a
News Item: "Police said the driver of the Was "he that there aren't scores choose) it might he well to see all that activity second," you'll know they're telling the truth.

:car lost control: ,of the vehicle which crashed he speeding Did ......)n. In its true light In view of the world situation literally.
THE PARADISE of all squidders is lo it .is vital for survival-but it U far
attention 'from
truck the three
killing
oncoming
I into an run into fish with no one around and to come from good. It i is not "good business" Pratt-
occupant of the car" panion at his side : ,WS. when squid boats in loaded: when everyone else had a water-haul.. V\ hitncy, the Martin plant hundreds of other YOU

So the driver "lost control." Wh>? with only one 1\0.) cutting across the That. doesn't happen often.., though; the eyes in the nation, and alt the counter; pam of CANNOr BUY FRIENDSIn

to drive due lo "' : property kept their dis of your squidden are too keen; a circling 1 bout< Canaveral' and the defense plants\ in Russia Senator Strom Thurmond' opinion:
.,. and all went in the tells .tales an. "The basic "
Il t h our ('!" .. employing millions at "bad business, in f..JL.cy.Indcrlyina\ our fcwl"
: would have been cussed' dcsperal.* attempts lo outstrip the other hi the aid! program i it the notion thai friendship can
News will furnish prints the report of an I
photo (
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I : The Stuart : in extremely impolite LIKE MOST "romantic" WIt of makinga making and testing of death-dealing, missiles be purchased! Another basic fault lies in ll*
Of slue up to d by 10 Inches, of any picture! reason for the ] another mans mismanagement
living, there ndl there This is which has been evident IS
the NEWS staff, for a charge of IJ.OO vehicle That used to be arc today) no argument against the necessity this
taken the by tint print and $1.00 for any additional drivers off our -far more .lean days. than. fat one for the for doing air human nature being what it it- it also program since its inception. Then there
for the negative the "squkklen, but you couldnl teD that to some /but I
ordered: (rom same her of accidents: '
prints fish usually brought a aqutdo.lcr10./ .) had lucked into IJNM poundsof Prince of Peace lo reappear and remind administrators have been permitted to assume
by special quotation
same,. Urn., larger sizes year in the of cents ....."'. the net- in us "Foreian.id KM its .h:1:
will take kings a day.. and made '.UO, Then he everywhere that prosperity in preparation for proper place:
,stuart N.w" edtpJoylCt the 1 not and photocepl \\hul. if .n) : ... in belter' condition, felt like a king although, he might not throw destruction is false prosperityIf made available to friendly nations In a re*....-
fV news advertising
erapha .* traffic accidents ., or roughly handled. more than thirty pound* on the fuJi "house the' same amount of able amount preferably through loans, to (.**

j:columns. ot TheStwn....,. .Newa many lives a year \ tar but UM men would scale: next, day not enough to pay for 111 o- energy was expended on both ingenuity sides of and them help UI him the tide against comnwmoaand
11. V the
'_ dL 1<1 I diseases" ? ewer the fW ail oc-; line v. world (foe "gooU bluntest, there. might wed justificatiun m favor tar of a freedom.foreign ud This program.wIe it the. oat









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"\' With am Leonard McPherson __ ,.. _
I -.M I lift Ogle. i cccntN .hewed Val MacDonald
Election | and Mr and THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Sherylo Thomas Kay DennisBecky Meeting
PORT SALERNO NEWSMRS. Campbell Henry Stiller slide ot hu interesting trip through Mrs. Preston Thursday, November 19, 1964 5-C

Gayle Knight Jack Knight, Rocky C of Ocean Breeze the Western United States, at the Mrs IHa Barrett entertained her
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MARY BROWN, Correspondent Af 7.2996 Johnson, Chinka Suitor. Shirley By Nov. 23 home of Mr. and Mrs Douglas bridge club Tuesday afternoon with months at Sea Haven on St Sun

wtrlltltli-, ', "_ ___ Taylor. Sue Barbara: and John News Blyth. TwencyfourrlOns. enjoy two tables playing. The guava were on Island Ga.
the-servmce.t A B mctt. Music filled the air as the The Port Sakrno Chamber of ed it All were impressed by theHfelikenes Rae a.I)' Peggy Burk. Trudy
Church NewsThe extended to special I invitation is large group gathered around the Commerce "!ill hi Id! special ckc- of his three s nsen- Gladys Clave, Lit Has- Mrs. Irvin Keith spent Sundayin
I to attend everyone the in service the community campfire outside the church and tion mellntctoll.lilV.. Nov ::3! at MRS. ROXY ENFIELD atonal pictures Sins Ann Holmes, Elsie Marland Veto Beach attending a dinnet
around the piano in the auditor 8 p.m. at the port Salerno firehouse Correspondent Tes Myer. Myrt Huntington and with fellow members of t h*
Southern Methodist Church Mr and Mrs John Pedersen of ium. I IBecky's on A I.\. Mrs .Mildred Tenwick from Lillian Tower Prize went to Business and Professional Club
Fifth Coral Ciurdens will be hosts to Battle Creek Mich. is in her cabMM Gladys Clave and Rose Blyth I
on Street will hold Exciting I
special the proposals are in evidence
Young Adult Sunday school on Broad Street for the win.tar I II
Thanksgiving services during the | class at their home Saturday. Nov BirthdayThe and all citIZenS interested GAMER CLUB HOLDS Mr and Mrs Robert Fenley
regular prayer service. Wednesday :28! at 7:30 p.m. in their community should sup FIRST MEETING: I have arrived from their home inPennsylvania : LLP STOP
home of Mr. and Mrs."Boot"
port the Chamber of Commerce The Ocean Breeze Mr. and Mrs Willis Cadwell and are In their cabana I
Nov. 25 at 7:30: .m. Re. Rev and Mn Charles Bennett Byrd Pain Drive in Hi- Camera Club I
p by attending this meeting. front Chttlh N. J., are at home on South Seventh Street' for MALICIOUSMOODS
freshmen will were hosts to the Intermediate began activities for the
be served after I biscus Park was filled wuh much station by in their cabuna on Fifth Street. the winter ,
Sunday school class of the South- laughter Sunday afternoon in celebration BIRTtm.ULF.BR..\TF.D holding its first reeling Nov. 1 12 Mr. and Mrs. AI \N iikes from New ,
ern Methodist Church last Saturday I of their daughter, Becky' Color& slides made by Tom Cookon Jersey are at home on Sixth Street Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Sanders BURNIN
II evening at the church Barbecue eighth birthday anniversary. Mrs Adolph RefK entertained I trip West! were s how n from Rochester. N. ., have returned I .
chicken and covered dish Ballooons filled the air and several fflCI1for" dinner in honor by him. Thursday's pictures went Mr and Mrs. Everett Ashley for their second winter in
I were enjoyed by Ruth and Karen Becky shared cake ice cream and of the birthday anniversan of a$ far IS Grant Canyon. Next]; from Battle Creek Mich? have the park ..
I Haarala Sharon Osborn! Brenda floats with Pam Ontain. Ellen her sister Mis M. K.. Roscngrwi. week h,'ll show scenes of the remainder arrived for the winter. -
Bc.nm.tt. Vicki Stubblefield. Johnson Louise! Gary Mary Those! taking. part in the celebration of the trip. Quite I number of the duplicate r -I
Alice (j Dr. and Mrs. Mrs Helen Richards 'Is building bridge players attended the
with anew sljle, jledhill. Lee Palmer, Doug ,Gean and Suzane Johnson. Also were Fred A workshop which followed the new
I I I new cabana Seventh Street club that in
from erick Poppe Coral Gables; Mr on meets Stuart Wednesday
FAS11IONET1L Mrs. Mallory travel picture consisted of slide i
attending were a
and Mn E R. I hey enjoyed it i
son and Mrs Bcttye Rogers. ; Kelkw. IVcrfield lecture furnished by the Ansco The season! i i. getting in full much evening very I .w ( I
Beach, Mr and Mrs Jack Valentine :
JOhn-1 Company. sway now as so many folks' havearrived 1
and Mr.
and Sirs M. K
CIVIC MEETINGS liEU Riviera Ros- The Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs Robert Sreal Mrs. GenevaDcilz
.DiIJACK'S engrcn Beach PERSONALS met is usual at Clement Mall. and Mrs. Rosa' Alpeter and Mrs. VISIT OUR FOUNT
The horseshoe
Point
---- the Pinochle Club .. ,....... .
Thursday! ; mil Sylva Sunborn spent Tuesday in Vwir D Sm
Club held its lint meeting at the The costumes worn by the Mrs George \\enncr has returned at tho
Beach
same place Palm
we UVK LUNCH
clubhouse Nov 10 preceded bya Swiss guards! at the Vatican with to the park for the winter.
GULF potluck supper. Lady members wide blue and orange stripes date She has been in Middlctown, The Friday Duplicate Club met Sirs Roxy Enfield ha* sold her I STUART DRUG CORP.
of the club were scheduled to hold back to J Hu< nuking them one Conn. for tho summer Her husband Iin Clement Hall with ten tablet cottage to Mr and Sirs Bill B.ium L". a Iw' 1 lan
STATION their first card party of the season of the oldest costumes.: Mill used I who was so well liked here, playing The winners were Mr and will give possession about Dec II" INC uaALL 1).1'0:1 )
Wednesday. Nov 18. Mrs Elliott in publu passed! away while there and Mrs. Mathes, Mary \\ahl and I I. Mrs knfiikl will spend several
'- AU SCTT! *. Guaranteed Rice was to be in charge of the --- ._. _....:. _...... ._ -
a
lack Saundrrsoe, Owns event
AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 The first picnic of the season
will be held early in l December, I TRIPLE JUMBO JACK
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i ---- --- --- Members attending the meeting;i
FashionetteBEAUTY were. Airs M W. Hale. Mrs. EJ..I
GA STORAGE liott Rice Mrs. Adolph Regli,
DAYSl.
WAREHOUSE and Mrs. Prances Hacgy Mr and I, today Thru Sun., T
SALON Mrs. Ernest Rodenbaugh, Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Sticglcr Mrs William
DRUG STORES
607 COLORADO AVENUE j Storage by the Papa and Mr and Mrs. Howard H
STUART FLORIDA Miller

OPEN !MON. thru SAT. DayVeek E
CIVIC CARD PARTY
7:30: .m. 5:30 p.m. Month Year NOVEMBER 23
MARIE WEIS, Owner
Ann Hudson, OperatorDIAL USED FURNITURE Ladies of the Hibiscus! Park
APPLIANCES Civic Association will hold their
287-4999 card party Monday Nov 47 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD AT 7-1737 M
Ample Free Parking A1A GOLDEN GATE i31tat 8 pm. in the community He Kwrrve the Right In IJinH Ouiuirillv, /1/- ,.
_. --_. -- ------- room of the First National Bunk 0
Stuart There will be several door r
and table prizes for the event An
electric coffee pot will be special S

bring prize: their Everyone own a/J./i .asked Mrs Edward to- LOTION 1 49 91.19

Moran is in charge of the JERGENS TBURMA
ervidel party. Refreshments/ will be served. d. COME IN TO

Expert DESIGN CONSTRUCTION COVERED I DISH SUPPER 5. 99 f I i STORE BROWARD FOR DETAILS DRUG >

SUPERVISIONWIDE The Port Salerno Civte Association i- Hair Sprall. ON HOW TO WIN WITH C
MAINTENANCE will hold its covered dish ADORN l t 'JUMBO JACK
yl
SELECTION: OF HARDY PLAN1S supper 19 at 6pm meeting 1; /in the Thursday civic center.Nov REG. 7 4 t Al R a li**<* u P o NSI 0

SOLD RETAIL Movies will follow the supper. Everyone
welcome to attend.flRF. Blockade l.a R
M
Pelican Landscape 'l .c 75 NEW WINNERS
unit: TO
MEET: NOV. 19 r EVERY WEEK P
and NurseryLOOP t \1'51.19DVADEC 1 _
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Port LOZENGES bJ
ROAD, PALM CITY "- Salerno Fire Department will hold AXON L
Phone 287.1918 < I 11 s monthly meeting Thursday 75 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS .
'= Nov 19, 7:30: pm. at the firehouse 7.79 69

The! on nominating AI A. committee' will \OO's REG/ 4, plus $75.00 CASH PRIZE DAILY E

Protect your"TOMATOES submit a slate of officer for the WITH' 30 FREE _______________________ J .
.., ......,..' ..... .. coming year. Election of the officers T
and nominations from the C
THIS WEEK'S WINNING NUMBERS '
floor will be held at the Dcccm-1 i ? E
her meeting. ToNE1007ABS-
Members serving on the nominating j
committee are Mrs Vicky '''' iaINNINO. ) .
POTATOES AAITNr ,
Prosit, Mrs Mary Capanna and REG. 1.25 89 Nu.HasmIN0;.tjvAr, NAY, ,;:',:.:.f i-1'o: ; 5.oc"Df. IoOIINIi 0I'NINA D
Mrs Jean Stone *O",mf l 1 ,
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AllfRfST TABLETS
WATERMELON CHIT CHATS
Pllir Mil f_ M 1rI//.r/gNW.IutIMM> l R
Dr and Mrs. Frederick BOTTLE 49 IM.MO MM PMMDF /.
Poppeof
PEPPERS Coral Gables were house guests M IICDNoAI1L
Adolph recently Regli in the home of Mrs Therapeut'.c' 100. .o .."._"JwiM_wtniMii., .*!...M..::....i.PtHMi7Mi M..:. U
1. ..k,w Heel P'lM,p..M..
BEANS Mr and Mrs. Virgil Lowe ofBellefontaine. ANTISEPTIC 67 4 /DUATN Pllzr/ "."114.".1. i M'a" .41., ..,.......'d. G
Ohio visited Mr ORAL ,000 P'I44 PMM4.Pl
and Mrs. Warren Woodard. who GRIN SIZE /TH P.,lH 124'.0'| ,.....'. '.|' i4M...,.
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came here from Springfield Ohio. Ml I REG 98. Noa r.r.. '.. :.
CAULIFLOWER
1 he Woudards are at home in the 70-tilts Peitll ILIIVtMTN P''lfl| ll.flOHTHPDlIII'W. S
Uuscnbaucr! Collage. '., .. .YIN. CM vt, IMM'4 lvf n.4;4.fc. IvMl.MI N.tf 0,Ants
REG.. 69 5' W IIM lint P HI. 14,CO* 14.' NMN |tM P"4. INM.
CABBAGE John Radmon Mimosa Drive T
Hibiscus! Park is in Martin Memorial SWEETA 24CC' LIQUID (jji OJ41.4*. Tlr/noti" 9V'C4T454!* Nr1era MIW/ 1N El14! =
Hospital for a few days.Mrs. : 41HJ I4M1*
Mid+i Z+iai
11144* '144' : IW44f 0
and Anna Wcineking, Little 5T. JOSEPH 35 plOtf teA* ) *1IH'JMI 70011::;;; i/J/::: ,,,1 Oils.
Perry, N. J., Is spending a few )' .. a ; .11
IN .m
days in her home on Mimosa | AS P I IRA 11.1..1100. REG: WiREG. ...,, 1"04' : Wait. R
BROCCOLIfrom Drive Hibiscus' Park. 11111Uq N 4JI4.* /MI l /4M44 4 ec iMMjt4t */w1,1'.'4.
Nrlw Ot/4* .1NHIIIr MI4MMUlf
Mr and Mrs. Jack Valentine I f 61 56 444t' f "/445' 'M 4/i. ,;; E
have arrived in Port Salerno after mUf 54,54 J ; 7I1JJ4SPECIAL
insect damage a 9.000-mile trip which: took MAlDROXAL 100 TABS
them to California. I

\ with A warm welcome. to the Gay. I I Iordt NEwI
on Seminole and Eighth I I 89
Street Mho are hue for the win- Shampoo TUBE
DAN I Ito
CYGONleafhoppers ter Mason. :I EN /F
Mrs ROM had her''
Quigley a* powder
horse guests but week Mrs. Katie Medicated 97 N

aphids, lea/miners/ on your tomatoes, pota I Mn.fanning Minnie, Mrs.Banks Annie,.from Ward Gleo.and M XSANA 12OZ.\ REG. 1 1.29 r I 1 1t4

toes, watermelon? Maggots, leafmmers, aphids on your yule.pIJ: Mrs Maggie Andcnoa, -
and Mrs, Isle r
** Tay*
peppers?Aphids,leafhoppers,leafmlners,mites, lygus bugson or, Wauchula. During their slut SEND Am orison c.tini'lHANKSmVING ; I M

green, lima or snap beans Aphids on your cauliflower they were feted with a fish fry picnic >
your
at the park. CARDS
Sandtprit A
cabbage or broccoli? Not after you apply an economical DAY
insecticide that Our wishes. for a short stay at '
the :
,tow rate dose of CYGON, provides Martin Memorial Hospital for ''''' '' RELECTION

both Immediate contact control, and teng-tot/ng F rank Ackerman of Hibiscus 1.00
/ / from/Inside; the plant park 10lto 0DEODORANT '
systemically
residual activity by actins ) SMITHFIELD T
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7fdfwt To all the winter residents now' S

....... ........ .......... ... ... ........... coming "home" for the season CALM
: we extend a cordial welcome. anda I Il
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Use T HIM I ET'' it planting time to systelBle.", protect reminder that newt items are Helena Rubinstein rF SPUTP0NOER BARBEQUE
: welcome for The Stuart News. I
: from tin ravages of teitoimerj, aphMi leafhoppers, TE N
potatoes Drop them into our News "hoe in
flea beetle larvae and wireworms...tomatoes from leafminers.a. : the grocery in Port Salerno or call IMCK1RAt

............ ..... ........ ........ ... ....5.. I Mary 10 a-m.Brown_Monday.AT 7-299 before It1.\ORt : 'm'1.37 SANDWICH"

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See your Dealer today The Leaning Tower of Pita hleaiMig 1.50 i,. C
i 1.2 millimeters -Ihrceiiryfounh l
tA 2.50
of a a mcb-more ON BUM 0L
i lha* N was 'lot summer, 1.0(1.(

SYSTEMIC I BRIT Watch Bonds ouRfRENCcow PRICEI 39 aV U



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INSECTICIDES$ I Ir .. S
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: CrA/VAMIO :::::J FpR \1S FLASHBULBS 99
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COMfANYxKim 7ol. Eaq.brteolsSalerno A'YDS Fii49' or CutNw 1
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Organizations i ;, ''of ;fJrI< PIOPLES COrSCaERASWIALlaJit.
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ORGANIZATIONS
CIVIC .... .", r u 10:0* >. Chunk SoboolIII
Alcoholic AooniiMMMW 'It, -.-.. I. -, ** : MomlnaWonhlp..
d, 1 4* p.m.. J. B Coonnonltr CkmkO "e.-c.. -. ; :I d.rui _

_. .. E__ c-: .. ........* "tlok. ,, ..* t..Tomb tr.

O..rdUItO-MOr8. Bu."",. Ca.l Ouwd i
tr, TMrrv. Commindor-t: ; "" ALL IAINTS' EPISCOPAL-J..oa Boh.MCV. .

-SMlS L1s MOB. pm. CHAL-A-PRAVEK AT 7-2512 tlOBMAM. rXABTBBBuaday

.1-... ...... J.1u.u. a_ County Cotnmw. .
... ,,. .. .1'N .** o.ak lot, OonBHnlo
710 .p._ ho. ChUrmariZrok. ; :01 .. Bad
: Family
lBd-4th Tuoa:. :: ; : ASSEMBLY! V (,(OD'-..Pah* City .Oiaroh
...1.... *. PnoloMoul WOOS Club .o..a.
Pro.ld..it-4.ld* Monnlngorld44k M. C Boord ""( iE' L H bANUtL. PutOT I 00 ai ..&.>rmonlitflnitflar
T... libu., flnt N.fl. Bach Ohitrnwn-Prod '.: 10 too SIn. II.....r tctttMlll ( W >

Commit .....NDrfto Krnr BbonoPtopiity 2id fhuM, Til: : ;j ; ,, ,, ,x !.P- I 1 I::: .1p.m.am. Thnra.Blbl MornlnWorolll: / Study': Prayar4i -T ..<. tidy Day.Tttoidiry ComnnntoaTha.d.r
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OWB_ ,Aooitlrtto. Martin County: ; : I ," .4 Suadar. Youik BnvloaTilO -It a.ak
.....Id...... aol Wdn .dri M koM I ills Ttw... 7HO. .. 1-0 PrldoyMB.. "

I .It ( FIRST .A'TL.-.o. 3. Akro. Awn. Unity Cbureh Fifth, Port PlonkU
C.
ConJ C rdMik Cola. Aitoctatlo. M. Pbuinlkt 'o.
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BLV roRRWT WATK1NS. P.. to* ,... BodarTill
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P.M-Uh. A. VRrtourom (,... .. .._ .
lit Bn*.,1pm.. Cvuntjr CotinhniiMOub : Ird Thun. a Pt SundayIt Sm, Boraleoa WodnooaafLUTHEBAN

_ ': L'". Wor.hlp .PorviesI .
,tbald- A..IIo. Seho.1 Bacrdth.irrnmnH.npp Ml 0... Sunday SchoolI CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
pPacIdiot-Coknsk' 0. V. Iotto.t MiOO ota Mornuif Wor.hr* (A..oplna. Lonbarmo
a..1e ca ...IIicloto laB Mon. Ill. I has p:.. Training- Union, W. P P1st. BInd, Porn 511.IL

of Stunt Twa ft Snails I..* ,... Fvnln; WanhlpW H c'.. PASTORS

Praolitont..... John W. KUOM? P4oy.,3.' dao>day ill a.m. guaday BrhoolIlillavm.
)ld Mo*, III ...11I.. Woman Club taB Wd, t J>.m:: Till ,.. Mld-wook Pryr SaroI.sPALM Wonhlp Svrvlo

Hlhlootw Park Cfvrc AuoeloHoi - .... t CirrBAPTIST-atb ml McCordHfcNBt HOLY.CROPS CATHOLIC bdmatawaIK.

'Pr..kI.ot-B.I' Mnullo TATUM. 1-Mtor lAbIa FENKOHHaMot
,lot Mon. ,IO p.m.. Klr. .tN.tlon.l B.TibInJImtow POLITICAL. 1(41 Bnndy School

Clvte Club P.pukllbaai ,tluk U *. :.:. ilnmln, WonhkjI Sunday*,
,Pr .IHont...-(Jr.*4, Bxltk PTMld.*..".-|.m. "$1I ... p,'B. Trlnm. Union aay, I. p ConfooaloM kofor* HUM*
(ilk Mo.. I ... U f Ml p..nt il Wor.hlptilO : .
p. RopaUloaa y.*i : :.:. WOdnundsi Mldwatk ."ray.or ST. EPISCOPA.
Jo*- Boo Cor wl Ctu* pu.I4.nt.-.W. MonincFIB1T Coil OC.BB \
...I ."_"... tulvln WIn... ilk Tu.... 1 B... THK HfcV ARTHUR UMITR. 1t.
,.ltd w..... I Po_ ". B Wo.....'. ClubImn M a Zmi.osb .Al'TIIIT-rwt .....*. Bund.y 7155 a.m.. Holy &". .
; *: 0 a m, Mornln* (Ut
B w II WoniM-i Aiuwtatle Chairman q Q. C 1'AY LOB. FutlMIi4l Ird) Hnly Bu.harl.t a'sd. 4th

POMldnt'-.... M.... Mlllor p.n.1.rnos.: .::; : .... PaSo School. Ith I : am 8und.r .. :
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lot-lrd MM.. .B 1 ot Clubbouw 11II..tlnjio. m. oallAEUGMUS tl '** s... Morning" W.nhlpIII hUG ..0' Holy Curharut (11.1

.)..... WOIB**'. Club - f tl, p pm.,... Fv.nlnW DTO >MhbtM > api' Sob) Mornln.I Praywr (Ind :..

t.poto-... -41... *.....II I p/m. V .....day 10 PropS aiortIB Tbund.y sod Holy D.T.I 7 JO *..m
tad Moi.. I ,..., wo..,'. Club ...... follow .
OtrU' I Cbott and 10:0* *.m., Salt Kuriiari.t. .
Mirtbi Comty A........ .....". BoordPrMldrat Uwtar!.=-'Ip':: -2 Bummtr Bchduli ..f..m. and 10.
.Mr. Wllhur B. Poriwut Prl. 4 p._ B. RK BAPTIST I 5.. Sunday.. .

sod Ta.:... *t noon Mr*, Forrnt: homo St. Jaoapk tLnlMPrwlrimt RBV.: JACK rtXMANDKS: EPISCOPAL tHURCH OP THE BLCSSKBSACRAMENT
S.11 .! "Brnid.r School
M C.: Aotoelotlo. for Moot*! H..". -< Mr* .. M if* .*..*. Morolmr w...... -a** Chick It, ladlaalaw
pMoldmt-R.... Donald Mahroodoi Ut Ufa., I p m lilt S... Tr.lr.lB, Union REV W. THOMAS 4.OVCKS

sod Thill. Boon Tb. Bad St. JoMpk Holy f I.I a.... '*:..nl.. Wonhlp Ills am. Chunk. B.hool

M. C <.10.11_, Anorlo. Caor ......" ,.....I..nJl. I V lot p... W.._ .../.. KootlniTBOP1CAL f rill p.. Holy EaiharuttCHRIST

.fh.lrm.n-Mallont JohnionMartin TIo"... Iwfor .. l>ld

Moiorud. Hospital Amflnwp ... ; r ,, 'TRIMS Poole BAPTIST-Mvp.' 7* (WI.'"MEbllA.II. .a .ApriL:

....$ ._Mr.. Kurt Won.hurl..rIM BOYS LKWIS*>4I ...8TANCIL.*. 8unoy grhoolIIHit CHURCH OP COD-Indlaataw*
Mo*.. :rtrat Mikil
*'. Crm Club T....* 40*- ..... >4. pm. TralnlnUnion I*,o... Sunday BehoofU
1-r.ild.r*..-K.' N. Prl.I W..... "SO p.m.. .to' p... nonliw Worahlp [ a..,. Martin Worinll7i0m.
lot TUM, 7 .ill p.m.. M 0. A.,. Bid*. Ship 4O6.-Advl Iw ..01 pat w.... MMwoik .....P.. *'.nlrp Worihl

...... tMnty It.,..... Ckfldr.'o ..... id: ;:":*I p.m.444,.! : : DUNKLIN MBM'L BAPTIST.I.di'aPsw.IIEV IM: mm.: Web.: Yonn Poopai.Bndoavor .

Prld. ltR(>bort Hlt..nriinIrdTbun. Thur.., t pm. 'TWO Lon
.. I ..0 ,..... Com. a_.. lot Nit Cub Punk) 410-( 4 II iO. B.RI. Sunday School CHURCH OP THE UOOD It

NMloul lIoc..tarIeo.10....* 4th MOB., 7 rio : w ItiOO **). Mominc Warship
P".ld.M Borbor Ann Lht40ep Cub P.*.. 40- 111* p.... Tr.lnln. Unlu. R1&ZLMWR U ALUM
Lost Mon, f.ill 11 I.' "Worship B.r.ui Till
of 100 Old .* p m. : a.m. Holy Communion ,
Moo
Itb .
jComm. T..t..m. Wod. Kldwook ."1.T. 1.. It,01 ..nn. Parlik Euoharlit, Sormaa
Lk Pooh. CI.U A.... .tlo.
Fob Motion Trooo. 401-=: ..cte.. .. ::-. _:.. ... ;,. .......... ..... .. and Sunday BohaoL
Pp.klpot--CppII; JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Bat Oth Si
W.d, 111* .

Ird-. -Mandw., Viral- -Nitloral- -Bunk- 41h Cub Wod PU, .40i pm.p.-. ) DAY at Jensen Bouch wa observed with an ap ity' Center are William E.. Owens state representative: Phil Kirse REV Hunftay.JAN M uuue.a JANIWZBWSIU t :'1"00. (:Ad.00.. ,11:00': JENSEN BKv"NEWTON BEACHjeOntMUNITY."STVwEEDT

.... Clip Cordon ClubPis.ld.nIu4H.a Cub Pooh ceremony conducted by Veteran of World War I, commander of the barracks and A.. H. Davisson chaplain. Commander Wools ..,.._Mon thr* m. lil*| SOn: .. Sunday School
Mobol Plnnop = lI.t....., 1i"o. .
lad 'That... SLId *.m.. Cl.l. ContofJb : its Wod. 7 JO County Barracks 854 and tho Auxiliary. Flanked by color Kirse conducted the ceremony which included memorial OonfM.lonit (Btnrd..y* sad ........,. '::8.. i. Monln. Worship'
of ....t.. 0 ..... W Sonlor Choir
before tint Prtdmr 44 toil ,0
CUT>' CI.... OrfinlwtfoaFrodo .;; !! ren: assembled at the entrance of the Jensen Beach Commim- message delivered by Representative Owens music and tribute. BBd ti** 'Itl* ..... '18 p.m. o.p.. Mldwcok Bimat

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-.Anilr Zillnlokl CMU Club ..
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lad TOOK* CIvIl:\ ConMt *._*... ST. CHRISTOPHER. CATHOLIC JEOAHS. WtEr" .

........c........ Chrto. AiooohtloolrrooldMfe Wig.. It Boon. "' Are Investors Surgery in the United States M After butterfat or 'cream is removed Nab' Sou.too Mond.r'-TilO ...... B Ibl. Study.
-Rov. J. W. Moroo : commonplace. with about 25,000 'from whole milk. the skim Mnuo: at ; Lm. PJundny. I Tbun-tay i0 5:15Born1. :
1......._
tot Moo.. I PB, bomooPort r IMI'b'l
._I..n..-..* operations performed every day. milk constitutes more than half FIRST CHURCH of CHRIST SC1EN.
TlSII'tM0.: .... BovtevardlltfO SEDEEMER
1eI_. CI.U AoooeUtto
PMoMontWoltor 1 Bunion W., llll| ... the weight Of the 'whole milk. *... II....... School. kEY. LUUAN-I. 0 .
ADtMHTIVMMI.NTTIIH
lot Tb...., I p.... CI.U eon_ Booik U Is L.IMAL ii ISO *.m. Moraine: Wombl NiOO. and 1010 i.m. Worship
Co CI. -.n: Broken I.CUI, AD' R."F."T'i : lOO.m. Wod.l T.tlm. lal VoattB slit ..... .
Ird n...... S ..._ Buppor HooliU l -Kil I S ('IIK'I IT C'CII'IIT OP. TMJHNIM Sunday School Blblb tlaat
'"" R..dio.. Room toe tlKKlrr A... Y..r
Port Bola* Civil Dor.noorirohouto I...... Wed. >H JI UtA'I \t. diNt-lIT' IVA Till"? n'l NT'f di llHM 51111 119'M Around Houn.-Mon. thru Bit. JD CHRIST THE KING LVTHUANJupllor -.

lid Tuo J :Iob ,. Pmldont dIN KM>HIUt.FMANCIB TN till: P KfcT-H JOHNSON.. t.t
ale CM. '
bj' a'li' C'HUI.lIf, : ). 511110bfAttILt.A HUTATrS: OFHOLL18 CHURCH Of' CHRIST-Sal Poho ....Rd JJ Churoh -
vooldntpak.. Bhamofot .. Man. 1 p*>. $1,000,000 / M. ll1NCAN Il'lsintlf E 1'OTTEU.SOTI'R !: i SkULl '"OIlB :...., Mlniller ::tOO ::Putor. Cla.
Clubhnuoof
Thoro, ......, Club. ol oIco.......".. Susdop l 1,il. Mornln WorahlpPIRST
tuort Woo** ClubPr.a.tL :: Pr..lf...t.-Dr. n. 'I'll I ,I"'TOH".F : I',,. .... Hlbl Stairlll
Cornollu .. VuoomofIrd Wod, llfll fl... W. ORIF.-rII(. l .51.1. ('llCllTlIRiI A.Nl) ALL 50 o... 'Wor htp And Commisl.s fcllV MIHDITC A.
Wo*...I ilt p n. Club .BulUli nt .1., I'Flil'tll'dil H tV'lEtt. 'lAlinfI (Ill TtO p... Boonini Woroblp Stat ..
(....... .. GroupChclmuuNro. StiMrt Klw* h> If.nlnntn. P0511MM T'I kM\MH AQ.\JXHT! SAIU EM- w........." 15,01 .Mornlac Wonhto
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Bub.rt J. Eatafl Pro.W.nt--Dr. Unit I'Ohl. O'dll'Rti'TtYIi' TATE: ,..* p... MId_.. BiNs Ita4> Ili l .L.. Ch."h School
I.e W.IsU..rn.horn.. Thar. Hill II. OPIt'd 1I'fII You, md ...:.. nr you ore herebyInotifioll .MornlnaWor.hh>
. -- - lluort HI.llop 55.01. te Spies') and ''''1'1..") I.. pr....nt THI CHURCH OP HOD-F1*..U* Is 7.0 pm. Youth F.I".hIP
Pro.W.b-,,* FROM tHE STATE ut' FLORIDA any claim or ,Intnn4.. which you, Rk.V.: BILUE MoALPIN Tllr! METOIIT-Boa*.
.CBWOCOMMLRCI Thu.... I p.m.. : TO: or olthrr of you hav* oraln'tth 1019 am. S.nd.j School
"... Convalescent Hospitals Kelly Joseph Cote president -of t'rant'In W Orlfrin, Karl '1'. ",,,. Knl.it nr If'J.I"ft V. POTTEH .lltO 0." Mornln Worship ':4.,... GUNSAL
Prout.I.u-CP! lIt: Mronm Stuart L..... CI" : i-r.on unit ......,1.. UlbiT.un, hunbuildnil f_......., Into tor Mm-trn CottntvPlorlila 7,18 p... Bronlni Wor.hlp. 1 ii .... .
Tua.. B ... *$ Costa Pn l loiit .-.& I broke ground for a 1000. Cole I National Corporation I in wIfe, whnao r...1 ldi.nco addrU ... with flllntt ten nf ti.AO. 7 tio p.m. Tu.... Pro,.. Mccelnt. 900 Wor.hlp ..

ISO-' 'V.oh: A... ,"d..... W..., t ( ( convalescent! center in West I ,.d.n. Illlnula Alum Win and 4o tho rnunty Jiulma: Court orMarHn 7>IO p.... Tbur.. Y.P... 8.r..lo. Ir3'RiTado*. W..hI ll1 554
t Cleveland and Cine \atol 'at'her CathorlnaC.... hit.band and wir.. fount/ 1 In :. .
ForAort .. ISo Churl Tfouat
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Pmldmt-rPTonk, Itnisid ... .,....
p0g MiIrd dIhuro. S ", Beach on WedneNday. Illvor !"ori>.t. Ino. n dltunlvod Plorldnrpnratlan Htiinrt, Klorl'la.within 51* catonilar THC UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST OSCEOLA 'TUT
Daniels.TIIH MITODIST.
...ld.Lo.l. H.
William
:: 'hurt. lAngford and her hu.- Hnrl ;T 1RKV. ..11510. D.UIGUT Il U
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portBirid ;, ,Isle .
LeALLJ1.&J'w.'n rpuidI 4.4l4l'oi lO'nU'4Pl flUi, pilhllfalliin of thin 'n* : WIlXIABffikVWrflHnN' PWIIf .de..I.
?n..Iucih-.B:. 0Blubmo' .n. _.. Ralph 'hvinrmJo, chairman .l4n... NM"I..h1' no).. rtTcrtl M t. Atkln .., d Aa.,' !HAITI CLAIM OH: HKMAMl: MUHTHh *,4I .... Churrtl /Sctiool .. Otl *.m. "
,Ind Ibvim. I ., FItauiuIL VIM. aurvlvlnic. and la.t itnif Hl'I.Y HWOHN" To : Oman's Jfl.iion.ry Bo.ity morta
p' afuorr WOT.OO. board of the Outboard Ma a* :' ANn P1LK1 *11:00 o.n'rh. Jiutmny pro
I r..ldi>nl .M. a. f'fI..IfY J1 IN.M'D Sill IIT hn ownnfflorOfl. (I dlrottur and IN rnTrTr":. .::;. Bfrrtft: W.*. '''fb.SdJ',0"1" a I.a "

':::.';";" Jf. : ........; .,N.Ia.. In.... 1 ill ..... Corporation are investors in III 511115 I'''' 'n. "I.tlll" matutnrp (mb.0.051'r Itlver Foront, llt.ANCHK M POTTER. .14.00 t.m. to I p.... Wuduadsy. Worn Till .
14 Tbura.. I .... - project. ,150... ll00 Inc, dl.M'lv.d r'lnrlda( no.'pupa- E.."UI'II nf ISo K.lalo ofIfalll .ni' p.llow.hhpCOMMUNITYJam. ..Prayor .
IV BE'icwrArtu 1 lion : M. Ohnmhi.l-l.ln and Nil.dr.d H. "11"'r. lH>rf..cd i *:** ...*.
J RoHll' *Mor>.....* DI.......* VETERANS Z Wick. president of Of ) rll nihorliln.. himhand and riniiaHarhnr. Btuart. PlonAii.Mini .. Soak '.r. _..oosblIOUTHCN ..

1 Ch.lrm.-.hUilt Smo Ale....... Lap1*. I It. d Convalescent Hospital FAl'L,, II. KBKXril I .1." ) wife' ...ho... ...Id.llc. ...d.... I.1 AH. a t.l1rM.CN and DRV. NLWTON M TWKtUT
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Ilk. Thin., a..... Vhambay) .BnUdmt I 0_"'___ known a. V It. ) rioary o.k"'eI.: Hl Ha I. Livonia.' JAMr$ P. 11TTMXV anus .... Bundorbaol end Woe I SonY. METOD; II.t
- - - ........ Moa, a '.. ,said the facility will be known i.ClCRYElt1Slp11l'pl I ) f Now '; lip MIOHAKI( (a. LITTMAV .hlp S.rvUo. 5:11: a.s- Woabip IIENNJ1'T
CONSERVATIONAaaukoa Convalescent Center of the Tl> S ltI'tIioltuTo : to: All nIb ?. for BlrrutrlxlU ; baa: am, Sunday
AawrtMa Lafl* nTh. unknown huSband or wit., Hoot fhmn riniilovard1I' :
oelotp AI.l L CKPIUTOKH A NO AJJT'HtHONH L'.II.: ""VIUH1""IoltlICNT: I i0 .. Bpworth
Vliflnla R PolratInd Vommandw-4 :: Beaches --HAYIM; (:I t.AIMS fill a* th* o..r may ko, nf' any or olthmo 0, Box I IU4 I ""'R.t. Plorlda **. .. ETnhj. .
)'raldnnh-Nr. :
bEad tk Convalescent\ l I'Jo\f; VNDH AIU1NHT KAtl- -HH- tho natural, I pornon who artpartlni 1 Pub Ort It Kuv: 1,12, I). IM4BOTN 1)1'11 '
Tu... 1 1 p.m.. S.:.oo, Hoard mntlntInd Hospitals ltlllt I'IITJI'TIU"I: TO I 7,1 Tn..d., Mm-a MMtlnf
Tu... p,m.. ItO mU. ., Library AmorloBk. ,.(.. : has its headquarters in Bev T"TE: drfondHnt. to ttl Otollus. NFlutwrplt: : VIIi1'illl's, SAltS :1 p.m. Wdn..d.y P..,.. M.*tln(
Ton nnfl oaflh nf you' urn n.r*> and to: 11V TIll, ('lii 'Tf .II inliEti: f'alIT1S ll nllr. I. heroin Moii, tinut lbs
baak Wall** Loau 4th Cuspmudnr.-.iba Sal. < TI lit, Calif It ha* announced bp nntiri.4 and roqiilrwi to "....nt All -unknown parlla( olBlmln In III. 'tH 1111111 'f'm'T' itnirrnigopd. ,olar Ih. pruoloiunIf I : METHODIST" -ladiMitow*
15.
ProBloon-Ch.rlo.. Klndrot .p.rn. any rlHlm. ,rtamanrt whIm'h limo C by thrniinh( or aii.ln.t. any' "'.Io.tIDt ( : MrOuM1GE
'to
or you, ( 'hun 2001* +'ipld., .
I.. rrL., S p.m, Ut Mat'1 Bank Amirleaa taaloa for construction of more nr .lthr i or you. tony liov ....nln.l nr lthr or tins mid OUtbid I...'...- I" lilt: Art of lOll. sill 1 ::' :1..1 with;: lb. 4 .S.nday I.ho
Pr...uli>ntMri.. $100,000.000() in the national th, .",..,,1. ur l'AtJ. 'i. KHINPIlriicninod. : Hunt' a* h.lr., il.vlp.., |ppatoi.,, FIITAI'H 01"C'IUkl.IC" I Clork nf th. (I..ult IdIot III n.l IO .Nor.Iog .
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Club
( alof -=.. .r.u" t.d-4tk. MOo., I and nursing facility IM. or MartIn 4busLyPloridw grantor. .' ., vt.nra, loxal. roprourntatlvo IV LlTALMAY. fur Martin. County Florida sponpprolpl ": ...
tvot, liSi Stuart OoatarItaart aaalcnam, IruntoH, lionnr. tunoonod I .1..1.*
I
with 00 of of pIlhlialhlull WI.
SaUfUk. ClubPn..Id.nb..W. Amarliaa t* : : ; before I 1968. ro iSo ('uotp tlIlf}:: .r: (.:f.u'. 0 .. cr.dUori >r lh rwlm claimant l R 10 IH-mittHN: 1 nolle,proof tho relltloiik narno, taWll' orIhl. T'.|.0 p...m.. _.. Choir
PluuidoOt'-r.. ... p ,. Io.t., Choir
B. Bradbvlit is the pri- Miirtlit County In lhVf'etiri"Hou".ot *, All .noel"". nr (h* .., or Thn
IwMtk. M.a. t program largest rinrMa Klihln Pin l calftrat and to: (Pharl. W. gimlmnn. oaiid, arrhrrbv HOBK FIRST
W.d.. S ,.... pofwral. B. otlna Hlu.rt BOtmtt '11'IT aHOP r.ESIYla-. Bbora>
Ird W.L, I p.m, dlro.N. 1.' MaO. lb.4fj4 Minds e...., '. enterprise effort ever 'carried .ndll' ,n'nrho '...on lint Into nt lbs All unknown partloa bovInE oliHimlnit itlflvd! anri r..nnlr. .rt to fin-' undor whim w* "mil .n-a.. ,In 11EV. PMIOT
- - - Lommanrior- lo the field of service to the public.tlon or t hi.I nntloo to hav any rla-ht. tltlo 01lnt any rlalm or 4.nnda whl.ih tinnymor bii.ln*.. havlnt. our principal' plaroor REV. A.yDEY< _
a..-... rrk, ,. HAll IAIM OR rurMil.F: .rM I In tins following d j.m'rlb.droil in.511111101 untO' .tAl. In th.Offlr hu.lnm In Holm Hound Martin ',o. WOn. LOWRla .
I "."' "$ OBGANIZATIONPa. chronically ill and lilt f>n.V HWOKS TO AND KILEll,: proporty Bltuato (I" Martin : or thr niinty( Jmt-e or Martin Cniinl,' Fla.: that tho portico 10 *,". t"11" 5.h.ol l
Boack Plroa>o*.< lAmlllor} Idaho County : I IN tiil'WCATW: County Flurld: Countv, Klnrllit. In Ih* roiirt.lhmia lnttr.td In aald knalnoo* sip (t 1 i .n. *.. Wonhlp H.rrloo
plcI.II. Mono Profit* PM.IOHMr t'At i, K Ktenvpn. 1 at Ktiiatt, rlnrlda lthln pit W, PKMCIC *nd HUWAHP HOntof a ..0On.. Poopl.'. P.llowihlp
announced that !'oucrhption 'I"
lot Mondur N Pm. hlr.J, ,. S wa originally Pxoculur or IP. Kutkt of .. of NPlh ,; ;: Hurl por?.. U I pnlrndar "month from th* rial, tloh Hiiund. Florida. and that
lie in Sluurt II K rn r Hn.ni.... tins 1.4 of nuhllratliin of Ohm notice thor. .. othernrnmn.. .. laanlkl
.
.t.hr.nlh.I. lnt I.O.lI
<. pur. of : : : no r.l.d
loooo* BMck \..1.rite Pn.rt.itProaldonir VomNi:: ** : ft.1. > rmudy Htr*.t, w 5 I !,hu.rl.r Iluthwp.tC nr Aomand mu.t ho *. In aald hu.ln.....
J..k Adilr ('h&rnnan-hloh. front the Catholic: Church. Kuoall N.w *.... )iint top hIrft( : :' 4, Town.hl:: lot wriilnar and mut itooo th. nlnraor nowHT FRANCIS DICKROi. Put
nonrOVY
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toi, I Pu .._ou.. Ir4 MOB I ... be one f the locations but Sll'llAJO.: II I, 'it'rWMAN; sud! Ill 41 Kant: a. n' ."." ..ncoa 01 w.oO ",,,.. add..., rpMCK 0::15 .,.
orIM MO .
Port LUMP Fb-Moon1. AcollisitPuluot1lsr VP.W. ;at..art ute has not been mentioned JAMES is'. cnntalnlnv II arro.. mor th* .laJm..nl sod innuot b. .wo.n, Pub.' Oit >t. Nov. I. 19. 1*. .lIedll1llH : -.Worahlp 8orle
tip :4t.t. l ..r."N'AII".n.v. ., aocordln; In th* follow' to by tho rlalm..n' 1>1. ...n., ft'l: JM* pm. Youth P.llowibl.
CatiinsI'd > lit lulls. ami bounds to-wlt: hi. oliwnV, or It will bwnino Voidntvordlnv .15 p.m. Adult. .
I. ChaOs
: .. ",IAkSOSS JuMtk1ThuraJ : Announcements. rot' 1(1O.lllnl' op 'TIr.'flO'' TonItt.pwn's..it W0
T....... tIPS .. | Htartln at Bouthmi.t, none t.. law. .

fort l.tOn.. Voliwtow Fir DipsriIPros141.OOBOb.PO Vjr.W. ......* !mud other investors I n ill. o Foot tin,.On'ras I .IllS, Piusrt.iO.u1u95P4t. .'lorI4Pul. I .].>.oM volnit North un Pa.t Una( FirtST 'IIA"'IOAL"K CrT Roller I. hrrrh rIlWllS.o* tIn II th.t WIlts Oh.andrr.lenod P""W.1 Pio.IV.! ,"*bNAIA rlLWI
I t d Convalescent Hospital to !1nrthBt rornor pool thonraW rTTl'.5lfl.. Ktlllirt Plorlda.IW .
".11. e .
ro.im.oJ.r-Jln. ,: Nov n. 111, nS tuna. .. .IPSO undor Mi* provialon. I S..w W Port Phm .
|.Mr* V***, ",... ..o. and .at on North 11,10 Mo *.11 Admlnl.lratnr ( of or Ohapirr fAIII Law. or KlorMa. '. & _
Boone .A\\ .
II
....... jsat. (IO InclUde( fat Gene I a she or .low.h' ... "
-- ,- - rv.TH'H OP. ri IMIf M.MHI \U t h c n o S 00,11 incoMe on oaiato rhnrlm Art of 141 will I i r *>t..r wlth;: th* ."loL Ill .Suodap
OIIIGAMIAT1011' IT MAY (TINC'HliNNolk pnrohphl lln. to a point I foot OultlmnIi, lloepnuo4itt.h1)9 Cl.rk of "tw .. 4. ."
; nNr&ItNAL V.LW.. TO WHOM : rwutt rt .
t-! = -- : W.t or ('II"','' tn>. Numbor lAS C'fl.u ffl' A 'nAttY 1551.1
,
AoooU c: .** ,. Coda ol MolapMoat ; : i* hcrrbjr a-vn| that lb.. for Martin Count Plorlrla upon "fICTAL "
: Ply Wm. r
thonn
: I' plat nf am: 0" 0 : VroryfltP'Ir.l; CVRTS r._
I Rowd. of CNimnilalon. af rplpt or of publloadon aKllNI
rauollnr--Ja County pror of
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h. W4. .. tine to Katloaal' Hank .
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.*..,.*. Mon. T nit *.... 11-'". T**>.>* Kennedy M.rtln rounty.I. ?Iori.ia. will 4Ofl. "0"1111.0.' Inloraortlna 11I..1.; t h 5 Boutklino !a Tlulldlnrr Ihl. nntlco, th. flotltlou name, .lo, 1'"' Po" E.ooo.U.U., Ssiv4.
lbs hourof I.'
duct I m I
Auol M* ol. todf ---.1 Martin 1Q11 a riihU A.M.. huarlnir. uon thoroaftora 1 t..rl.aid tract; front linonomOun (ttIrnwpr 34Htii.rt : I m' p.m. W.. lib" ItndpL.'THSEMAI'IE
(libIWlr4 County : or a b. Plorlda" 1'11 JT".IT.IIJ0IR1
Worohlpful 1.ut.r..4brIStIu. Boot 10 'h. point of .lnTojlhr -
Twpl" Clot Air PatrolCmmnd th* matter i an I. hoanl, ..a Ih* WIth rx-t 1* MOT/ I. It CNUSCH OF CR5517
.. Mol. : I 1M4TH
Tburo. I p .Inc. .
Dillon Estate Silt day of *r.mkr 1KI at th. nndr which I will eons I In bn.l Ol CHRISTIAN CHURCH

.... MUlor. Clrolo. SlkiPmldook MustS TvMdair.--,... Martin founty Courlknt*. In Btu with riparian rlnhtotbrrvunto 'N ,'nm tom ,.. ..snor-u .'.ut mi'I'd flop,. hsvlnp :: l'looiPOt III... < .-- Ja.-.. Scab
Mm. Uonlhr )lrd| art Plorlda, In "onal lad Tbur. I ..... Bib 2..d.ulot. Commltwo of l K Kennedy. former at. or amonillnatho hulkhoail ISO* h.,..- ... ill ......HII),. Fla.: that party lnlrri aurora 'bll.h"d I'""" ll tit (*.<.. !>>* I: That portion: tnt TV RN'5)10ttipl In laid t>u.tn J. SlOAN *f Soul a... S.n4.. Worahlp. b-rob.
HIM Phd lororltp Ohlnn.l ullv**-LM., general who defeated In lIon IBl.m, Horl.l tlt.Olioa.. a* line North Pin of th* Northw..tQl..rtor "" nrMAPdARFT t P-tuart "'r." that thor a..! ,..p..,. Tb.rUay, ."1. "dpLJIHL
o
100ilos za....... lit W. Oooa. Kenneth fl. Keating in th. Bam affooia tha followln dm-. Ian of H of..ctlnn tins Houthwat 4, Town.hlp yur-lHoutJi \ R. no bu.ln other*.*. p.ln. 1..1..10 In aId .
..I"ct :
,_ "' '''-.''' 8. J. Abbots5J54M Lady c.a.... campaign for the U. propertyBtart I. H.ni. 41. Ra.t. mar rilEMCtlTT 1lero.sod I a. 0. EARlE .ID.TI.ltr.T
Then.. S p.... bo.os do.rlb. aa fol- I I 111 H IT. A Kn. i fSllm'LAWtypps
Prooldont-Mr*. post in New York Is va .1 Ik. Inl.r.m-tlon of partliularly. 1ifl'l'lOl0 l'ltrlt'tfblil 11..7 .c"unQ
XI c-.. Phi Ckapw Tim, SOS MB : lbs rantoriifl. of Ml Lad* Avo.nn 10...: All crortllor.. of th* **tt. ofnUrcarrt fluort Florid Ml \III'U. .:.. '
Ppackiunb-Mn.. lam flBloyl.tla at (he Jupiter bland home sail th* r nt. |limo of M.r- R. rrocrott. 110..... I ..--. bo.Dapht.a U-ntr Art I Irw I Douglas Dillon secretary ol tin fiiHili'varo' a* .""w" the Prom tho lIouth.., rornr nfnfd Par.in.. anlin.d an.. roqnir.4 to TAJ t'lMlNIITOXUflB in; lbo
or HI 1. .-." T,rra.'o, North Pin. run North' to> ... 1 S'PfO O'SPt'IlT lOV TIPS 400 ""Y : '( that I'RIMAPtT
.. th. -- .?........ --..... Flat Itlo fib* any .1..1. or domanrt whlohthcv : 5, :
.
treasury lhpP.oftin.nr. .
tho Northra.t rarnor lloPi l' SItS MANTIS I
of
Ird Prt in* I Hook I, Pun. I Itli Ilih.He m.r hops otoRund ... F. : tin. 'It?
Sur.nt-..... aroris i.mta --- Kvoorit.' of MartIn County.Plorlda run w... .1..0.! t h a I. t". nrflro ., the Oo.mty >un- III N"'. ,...O.O.0 nl 'IU", b.and th. are ....
MTkaB*.. 11- ....... C..... Stuart News has the largest Ihonc, fun H ao-l WSlant North lino of .*M North H fora of Martin fount*. F'o'10.1... .hooourtbou.o It ill' ho .11". and .p.l5 hold. "n

MObMO D.M.luv ClubPn.uid.tMri. circulation Martin tho sold ....1..11..* afHartln dlalane of IIS foot t. a kt Ifl..'''. Florida within T''IobSltRSThN Touody, Nov.mbr 11. A It, tIll.
Jackson WV1I1 rr: .*77.> : County Hnulr vard. a "....n.. of point;; Ihmr hy anal. of ..'..'. alx <*) ."'."d.. month* from ROTAtE 0 t .nd A 0..Tu.aday lIes. t. 5th. 1. .....
*tk Moan till P-m, Maaoala TompWLadU. III fort to tine Moan lEigh W*. a. moaaurod. from JA..t to pinuth th. 5**. Of Inn ftnt tMlblrroHon of fflh1 I HLL rOtpoctly. ..q.l....
Mart..* Cootp .NO u.: AIMKHTMKVKVT; In. of tho Ht I.Mfllo Kivor; soot, run lo Ih. point of In* link notrro. Kh rlalm .. ......"" twi lu I..._. qioctlsp
.'' .MUlary .. ..... ILI ICkM M altanr .- tMrwrtlon with I". Mouth lInt ( BrtMIOlMRobort r ;
ProiMon*-Id ; th.nro( .un" V4V a mu.t 1. In wrltln and ....1 .! > 111 :
.
1-Mau"ar.V EnirnaBtb Ird Tu*., til.H : INc.'fc': : flC I r.'H"'I',n.::...t OlanyB .. .. ft Mill ar* hr "t the .,
Soul slant *
of tlnnlnai '''''n.. run B run fir." ...01..... 0' tin. ..1..1 ....t : :. : .. ( ,
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TuaotS P.BU. IOOP piUladoooBdmit M..... C*** r '' T'. "r''TH t K tlOHIIIt noil' W a dlalanr' bf '17.0 for a dl.tanr of SOS foot to a mu.t b. .waNl in lip I.... rtalrnnni.hI hr Wntlfl.4 504 ".: ftl.I aap

OrW .l Odd r.u.v.Iubi. I'I ... I..... Kt>UVMruintiir .> froSt thane run B ,u'Sa' 57) point or plac of oolanlnv.Tnwlhr '. ..... or hi" 0110mev.. si II ..rlalm or .......* th.. m.t o"ILA\J "I. ThiS day of

) Qsod-4.cnls Chacos log TbBro, ,... V." dl.tann. of LI r.*t >*,** run 'wIlt 15'roo 0044 ...........1... to tarn I ... .t.ln.t. told *. .!. tho of. .
with rlparlaa rlcht flco 4 ofJUartin. "WINShPAt
$.n.tacy-Jubn Ii. GrLotSM Martin. Co..tp "" TltOMMt l'AT' P. OA'lt' W a -dl.l.nc of I'll lit to apporttlnlnf.oroon J:1.JIt'PftEll"l1'M'; I : 'Jr th* riwirtko J._ __ ,
pren .
Tao.. S p.m., lou? laB Smash a. J. T. YAWEd. > fool to a point that I I. 1. foot rl ,:.. within ,
Pmsi-Ni North nf and I.I foot Bail nt >om.<..1....*.*r i'Of "51>. ....Ie ..rd. nmpslsnOs. ATTHttT'
1".n.I."t >
bdlM Un.. E.Moiponot BB I. .' Itlok' "ou sod .ank 01 TOll as in.r.byp.ird R rr .. dot of -
Third Tkur. of lbs *W rornor Let *. of Mamr '*ro (
vlrluo Writ of Kvou- MrCftART
Chit P.trlaM .Tbunod WHi*. a Itlo Ulilo TTran In fil. p.>... Answ.'Opothor dlCau.4. th. rl. public.tton of nnHoowHlln AU.ll
IP. .. wor RU M tt.B COOMP :! In mf hnnila luaurdi <>nt or IK* II of .101 HC H p1.5,1101 'n a (C'nmp\tOJn filed I"RA"T I f"ltAR1' Itoh an .oma.4 I,. 10 ('I..k."adll..
eos.. thrnt. ran ft H4MH' ORJRTIly .1. a
l> irt IH a .nil of J. W ...1..., SlId 0.-h of you byblorIllo mnirt .tt. olar O I. 1.
saB ....... ProiMooo' -i< ... Blot.-( tinS I lbs. IB parallel loth "nll : *.. frarr, J. .1 1. .
Club .
.. Th.
...... 9.ouh Oqusis lid: Mo:*, Til* .1. Jam Houtk lino of 1.141 l< Hlaok I. II. nun....". 'h. ."....5.1natur. .01 ".., HaMnaal BankH a'. .p'rnt-sfftrnn ".
Tat'". alo known .. J. T..1... .
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1'ldon.-O. 01 which I. Ia .tulot till.to of 4h* ,,1101. pivot k* .wornw
1.155 USdi. alt *tod un April 31' !1554. tOO a ...1...* af til ,*., to (lb.lntarrnrli.n tin. above d'wplbd. proporty. Vn'l14trjtPI"P't: _" .. I" ho. .,loarnash .h'. ._. ,., Stuart otaC
: :: ; with tins oil.tlna: .
Id ...1 Pur.burplu.4.gtO I on which ruu'uliusmia. othsrwlos., tins ollosotluns a. _... "I. allorn.?.. Or II wilt boron, .1.1screrilst
--cut PlootdsPub. .
U I. a. 0- Costus, hobo rviordnl In tins Clr* hlhln.ol. : thnr* run B I 'I4'W Woa. llilS
Fri. Po. :
lobed Is Ih. .hd, l'omplaisj. wIll In
I.4-4U TM*, ... ..xl.llnbulk- tint. NiW 1. U. tit. 'd'4
said
..- tOiIt.4ri tonsIl lion Fniok, I h... Irrlrd ,. th (
.. 100PI'IIARD
0.. ., ha '.k." .. "".'-.d by '0'". 554 I 1fnacnh.r ) I
0. ?? ... .....>CMr 11. $shn. till* and 1..1_.' of hrad a dlatanr. B ..*44'nf 18 slant tl I to.41lh.Sn'w aM I ..u.in "I ,.... sacS ,11.. ..1. no... TON tlht'OYT .I' anru ._.... !'oxMfMJ"prf ool..
Pouaid.nb-Mou. : .101 Jam*. ThornaaY.t... aim rim .l.t"ncof .. WIll lhnnn prerood an pe... SunS TV .n tron.rt 150111 01''T'' Enstutor Sb. Will of

p cbrprWnMa. flarold 9mos lit T..o>.. ...* .: f.illowlnad.anrlhvil::. J; T Talon In ni-ouvrlf ami for i.iinkulkhoad mt ,*.1, (honr. ran a N .....' Asuwur or alinOr pl."I" ", .., ... ,*>*>n>" NnlMrt f HUL .r_*.. I I M-
filmS boo' .. tho 11.1 .... oftWoo..bo. RD111W HARRY r TTFR
on Or tot
1.'.... 91.... S Pm biCl ,*.*..*>* .... In Martin iVunty, ....nrl.... K a di(-unr* of 1>l:lo ft tOpoint a tuos with lb. 'l.tk' Sttin. Ithi'A 'amIIbI1PIR .. for Kxwwlnrriri .
: .
: ofIh
: ; North ,
lhi I. I a fort <
t'ulirl l ha Nor *. l M4irun.
Ird 004 5 OlInu Inuat ? At"RIAo.'fWiLLI. 1.1
ChuptO Pack., -t.J.f.. Houth lln* of Itlork: 1. Rio ....... ,. .. I. V, l I'. | 1M4,
.rostOaIrMPs. BI""itoU Call I rivmouth HI.tlon Wavan. Ut Lam i. Trrra Flr.t Adrtltinn. spos ""9 I'leI""tl Patois .1VP"5 .. N. .,._
.. OU.h'O..U. "--"
bosOrur har otloniury. wins '
ssi-ti' Wad. sm. IS.l'uhIlr aro
I. Pajro
.Pat talim. ,. ( ,, "I". Fh, Plat nook .
ti .. ix" .'
alsi rOLlsfa
01 P...... I.. OriiWOtbI nd"'I".L"4> T"1eroo Mo,.am* of Martin Cawnlv I' |>rw.rPtu.rt BSWPt-Il"
ProoliU._Mn. 111. 005L InistWalSernBoIl.
Ad.I..dp .1-.1,10 | *:4T Florida. Iliac. ran H 14'iI'N IS.,. J'-"I'f"U': _. _. AhaB Iha.
iacostO TumptO l.t Thura, I ill .lei 4touth \II of hl.' ( "* .hall W I. tn GETHS&\JA1' CITY
I o rnu to *
B-r.ll .
... .... tosa. 00.rnmtn
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Tko NOm' a 111.4 n1 PnOnl 0. I
,\ I hr..htr .... thai ittatoBr of It J.I If.l ublt.hod In PlusH
RiptMo rUyo. .1. an Hlork I, a '
sta .. "" '
..... .. Of 4 ofAD4tIA 1'10-
Poll I. 11..footV *.*.. pkli.haB i n Btawr ? rnouutl Ouis
= OPeus th 11 or Pormho, nolnt that COMMISSIONSTUART
Gid MO. : : ) to a ( WNZPIAISO. "-.4' _.
lut4M )I.... .... lOOP... l.4.trd nh!*. : btwn dour* or U,m> **t Lot tact ad 1 *. M, at 1 lil AM Rio III. i'm'. Trrar Plrot 5Sinat
Lam Pu. 010.4 dtOoInsPps o
Thor 4 LaB
JrascBi
rt: lutOV-.LlOI; I (4. tail. .*I4 Cup at thi front dual Addition I taona ma N *a'M'P "r ovm ANT> OltNtltEn .Pt.. *a> N.w.anb. IV ,.*.. I wtl n. s 1
It. tunis l labs Ituid,n hIp Btoraa* Ca, a dtotoaro of 4T (4 foot ta tk* .
M"IV r
thl. ....1. 550 Wowoowhl
B p-.u I.540SS nulln. couth of Htu.rl an mrM Ma HIV 4rVaw .1 .... rlonda. I Jill day *f Ne- ta .. ,.
... 0o.aIn vmWr, 1>.|,1 Jon****, rawoty J.. of MartWrv HECLTARa
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JUPITER NEWS I Florida State Historical Society. Jupiter Inlet Colony GARDEN/ CLUB h1EEIbins. : OMENS CLUB Thursday, Mwemher 19, 1944 7-C.

Two beautiful ..liSS. won 'by" M. S. Farrar of Coral Ga- Mrs. Fred N. MicrMieJ. OC M F 1&&

MRS. ANNA MLNEAR, Cwwspo.de.1 -, ft... 7-W-444J statewide the Janitor oompet Diving tile Dutjthins at the tour.Mment i in- Veteran's Day ProgramV hiss chairman of the Florida Drive. president of the JiyfitT; IMET COMMISSIO1VVOTERS
State Flower Show fox this year Republican Women's Club, entertained REGISTER NOW .
heW here tort June were wan guest speaker at the Travelers her heard of director at i "
prevented to the Chamber of Commerce Day ceremonw Colors;" pledge of allegiance led Pate Garden Club meeting thw a coffee on Thursday I! Registration tank for the JvqpJter -

C of C Coffee dent.: by Ronald Diving DotpWn's SeMuaemeywSchluwmcyrr ,.... marked the presentation of the I by Girl Scout Troop. 123. 13 week. 1lepue of the meeting. was tIP i I open Inlet according Commintion to announcement voter t re*
Group Farrar, who th.:1or.iutll.1I"I
bier well-known
is discuss method of
aho introduced die flag Colony.and flagpole at Jupiter Inlet I ITS. 218 and 224. Beach Colony) author, lecturer. and! .. nationally and raising building funds up ac: I made here by L. B. Clark,, inlet.
members of tM team., who art i QmtmwMoner Richard AnschoUtatroductd c.l11l11lUiICCftlary.. Book* for-
accredited flower show judge demo cording to Mrs. John bus
Rob Row. Paul Baynes and Craig Mr. and hire George A. Park guests and Roy S. Rood onMratod Christmas floral arranaeITHMMV and means chairman. way Precinct' I are at the Jupiter Tttwr '
Hears 9eriy. first winner Bob were donors of the nag. and Hall while book for rVeeinct 7
Knott place ;
Judge introduced Stale Senator-elect Jerry from the entrance of (he Those attending were Mr. R,
the HoneraM Thomas I are at Juno Beach Town Hall
'
CV V. Able Thomas and Ron Jerry gave
the dedication Thomas. Rev. T. .L. Harrington house to the festive Christmas dinner A. Dieth-ich. Mrs Frank Hubbell
Sc
win
lI"eI11cer. second speech.:
place laMe. Native materials .
Mr Alfred Johnwud
played Mrs. A. P. .
eminole Indian Wan came us ners. The plaques dill be display-I The program inclm&xi the' gave the btncdic1 \.1I"I... I a large part In her imaiiinativc, colorful (Cuiack Mrs. Lyman Austin,, Mr. I HERB AND 1HERK,
questa Country Club I
Saturday eJ at the Chamber of Commerce I welcome by Maor James Roots!; Taking part la Ih* ceremonies & Mr. FoknerSorenson J.
close as Pennock Point when arranie| nents. Howard Cox Mrs. A, ). (Jreen .. Jackson Riverside
morning building The chamber sponsored singing of "America" led' by Mrs. Ruol-WiUwme Post 271. Harry P. ,
James I :; : were Mrs Ray Hansen and Mr. Edward Pennon, Mr*. Harold Drive Hollywood
Judge R. Knott !spoke at Judge Knoll gave! hit audience the tournament for \fie Dolphin. Caleb Christian; invocation. Dr. Anwfkan legion; Rood-W'ilkams hire O. Lynn SniKh members of Heck Mrs Alvin Butterfield. Mrs. spent last weekend In
the Jupiter-Tequesta coffee at TeWt. many of them comparatively new Zeke Kin t. a member of the M. A. Mills; presentation of the Unit 2f I, American j Legion Am- the program committee assistedMrs. Edwin Pedersen Mrs Ross and with his son and Hal daugh
Mr. and
ter-in-law Mrs. P.
to the area discussion Jupiter Warriors, had the honorof flag by Mr. Park and acceptance iliary; Jupiter I fght Pout No. 547) Farrar., whit was introducedby : Mrs. Carl Schlack Jiickvm He drove down
a meaty on announcing that the Jupiter by Mayor Rees; raising the color Veteran of Foreign Wars; Jupi- Mrs. James Payne program Friday
I Florida history>i and emphasized, team had won the South Atlantic *. Boy Scout Troops I 115 I and I ter-Hobe! Sound Girl Scout neighborhood chairman OPEN: HOUSE BY ten attend the Pinecre\t..J / game*
,...- ..-. n.iJ )'l the points at which the Mate' Conference: Championship! with I 156. and Cub Pack I 115. white and Jupiter Tequesta Boy Mrs Alfred Butler, Lake Worth sr. JUnK MoniiH.s! at the Fort Hal Jackson'Lauderdate. His in honor visit often at .
( : tJ.tij..l4il groat event hail come close te the Miami Military Academy. Zck Gil Couldthread played "To Tt>. Scouts. District 10 director, was a guestof was Adam. ,
Jupitcr-Teuuesta area. St. Jude' Christian Mother new great-grandson.
His !
taco is also a entcrtaincd -
Diving honor meelin
# Dolphin.Mrs. al the ,
Judd Ulm. the of Mr. and
were highlighted with informationabout t at the church hall Wednesday son
: ; I Marie Cross! Jupiter town A Christmas bazaar with gifts Mrs. Dim. Mrs. Dim and
where the evening with house, Larry
familiar an
names Pat Snow Elected Head
commissioner announced that a rescue Jr. made by the club members, was : open her Adam .
such as Jupiter, Hobe Sound Mil to which i all women of the area sons, Larry and a r.
rkPz I boat. to be administered by the a part! of the day' program with her while""
: itary Trail and Lake Worth, had were Invited.. The guests were slaying parent
originated. Those who listened !Jupiter l Police has been tlonuta William Jacques, Mrs. J 0" MA'I shown the display of Christmas Mr. Ulm i h stationed at Guantanamo
OfJupiter-Tequesfa
I CofCwhere Mrs. i Icfkowiu
: to the town of Jupiter and the Rhl Meyer
card and Bay.
that
h ., agreed "dry as dust history"! wrappings.Mr
whole Mrs. (iunnur Meulcngracht were
loxuhatchcc hiarise I
area by -
I .
\.T\- would never apply to Judge Knott'a I Thomas Bailey, Country
'., "'-- keen and witty presentation of it. : which I it being built on the Pat Snow Jr., vice president of the churches: are. Two hun in charge of the bazaar, Clul Drive. assisted by MM. Sort-. The tout output of diamond*"

Jim Watson, also known for his i,south side of the L xahatc 'O River the Community Federal Savings dred and eighty-two letters were M\RCIIINO WARRIORS I Icy UhlucyrnsLi, entertained at acoffee amount to 2.5 ton per year In"
cart of the bridge. A larger and Loan" was elected president of "
earherin .
the week for the world. Of this about 90
ability to turn a subtle introduced answered. manyof percent
Wbut', the best phrase boat, which can in the the MRKORM AT POMPANO:
operate Jupiter-Tequcsta Chamber of
Knott.Following |lht member and neighbor to is sent to the U. S. for Jewel *
medicine of all? ocean will also be at the disposal Commerce at the annual meeting L, B. Clark manager at the The award winning Jupiter I 1 display the rth. and for Industrial use. .
the talk, Met Bessie of rescue crews Mrs. Cross said. Tuesday night. chamber until early October, took I Marching': Warriors, under the direction car ------ .--- --
t9at: DuBois who U known as an authority ,' Rev. Paul Thomson! announced Other officers elected I were B.M. an active part in arranging of J"hlIt.. Hupp and
.ee9drtlQrry on Florida and local history that host to the December coffee Drum Jim Mullens scoreda te. RIGHT
Dukes first vice Jack Major
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president cal forums
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study poIit"l 1 ,
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and whom the
had
; ... judge will be the Greater Jupiter Area Rob erosion the Palm Beach (
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flVVr" credited with nome of his facts Ministerial Association.' Harry Finlay treasurer; and An- urday at McArthur Field in Pom- I. ..
Q- spoke .about Judge Knott' part na Mincar secretary: The directors Welcome Station committee ai l'aBtlleach.. The band gave a fine: AV
mm in preserving' the, history of this Art elected: were: Dan Harden, well a* managing and promoting\ i exhibition of precision drilling : I M
OCEAN area through his work as president Group James Baswtt. Charles Beck, V. the successful coffee to which combined I with it* excellent music. ,.
BLVR STUART FIA of the Palm Beach! County Jupiter resident look, forward t
| V. Bowman Frank Broedcll, Lar once : LJ}N
Q.wAT.7- QO Historical Society She also pointed Rules ForOutdoor Cain Ellerd Clarke L. B. a month. Speakers obtained for Highlighting, the evenings performance a.--:--
out that the judge had recently gar Neil DuBois, Dick Glad- the coffees have been outstanding was the newly uniformed -

win, j, Coles Goo ner, Robert I The Chamber of Commerce" in twirling group using flaming
Show Harp Ken Hyotlaine. Punch Maryn a wiling on its 'Island'' park which baton in a darkened stadium 1 he II IIi
Robert Moore, Robert Nichols brings delighted comments from group member tre Lynda Johnston GRESS J
Rules for the Jupiter-TequeMa Ernest Osborn. Roy Rood. so many visitors is the information Gail Supina Lynda! Feniers,
s>- Art Group's outdoor show were Michael Sauce, Irving Schlusemey- J center for not only visitors but Linda ( lathe Susan Price and
.r formulated er, Dr. V. D. Stone Robert Sylvester I resident! of the area. The phone Linda Baswtt
Saturday at
a medina
I at the home of Mrs. Cccilie: Coar Marion Taylor. Rev, Paul ; call come thick and fast the The enihusiasib fan cheeredthe C l lNISNw
art Thomson James P. Watson and report said.! bund as it concluded. the show
group secretary. Alfred Weeks. with a rousing rendition of the '
The State Skin Divers Champinsbip
Mrs Be a Roberts, outdoor "
"Tail Gate Ramble.
show chairman, presided over the Chamber activities' and the stress Tournament, held here i
meeting of committee member, aid on their oojl'ttivCto promote every June i I. sponsored by I the .
MORRIS I IIRV AN'rORIHIN.P
Natalie Kagan. Dodie Thayer the Jupiter-Tequesta" area were Chamber of Commerce, a* i le the
and Helen l Butt The followingrules I brought out. In the annual report. new Baptist College in. Palm Beach : '
for the outdoor show which More than. 5,000 copies of the Garden aril the American I Institute .. Deacon' ordination services .

will be held in Waterway Village'i .new color brochure, made avail- of Submarine Archaeology, were held at the Jupiter Baptist
Square on Nov, 27-28 were .hie in mid-summer have gone to Church: on Sunday when Morris
adopted: lorida Welcome Station, the E Bryant was ordained all a deacon.

.east I 1. All artist over sixteen from Florida Development Commission Players BusyIn NosPITALItY-
Lake Worth to Stuart may enter display at the Work Fair to auoniobile Rev I ljuene Lamerson of lM r
any recent art work in oil, watercolor club and travel agencies West Side Baptist ('hurt;!" West coast
mixed media i ceramics, 11 well as to individual!, since I :RehearsalCoastal Palm Bench, delivered the chargeand coast to
sculpture wood carving or crafts une. (he sermon. Rev, Seslon Hall
The 1,192 registrations at the led. in prayer and the Scripture
2. A popular vote will he taken -
"s i Yet create wood finWw* tight ow ** aid for the prizes Chamber of Commerce on U. S. Players, who art deep reading, while Rev. Palmer lung .. aia, is ,he..imp.. ... NI._.a_... as .
in I.l l r.- .1- al., -
rehearsal, for their ,
NI. I came from Canada to Decemberproduction he deacon' certificateand
I presented (
finish(
wiffc
/ 010 MASTftS 3. will be nine
joss paint '
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n* Spaces assigned of TNi' Third : C' .:. 1-:: AI..C............
British Guiana and from California Best commrndfd Deacon: Bryantfor TV. .
scraplne-n. conomit l lo nine feet and each exhibitor
by
ramovin .
mowy -+ 'aid a.a.wa. ,j pop
I to the East Coast. Inquiries Sport. held a husines meeting his. faithful service to (Ira .
to boaww'M Lr a
child* .it letter asked for information Ranch Ocean Retort. service clo ol l cf .arts *
II 4. An entry fee of $1 I rores,1, on The was by w
I charged and a 10 per cent motels, real estate general Infor- Director elected for two-year I Thomas I'.lkJns, chairman of the CONGRESS j INN ,
Ib f la ttr nusuon made. on sale I I mutton, the history of Jupiter, and II I terms were Vaughn UOMOW, Frank deacon of the Jupiter Astemhly! 46M N. Dale Mahry
5. The committee reserves the B?Alt and Mrs. Michael: Dana. of Laud 1 Church.Kir. : t TAMPA FLORIDA

I right lo reject: entries considered Nicholas: Porto and Mrs. Smart and' Mrs ,
I Johnny Rrotmv
.\II uUablc.. McAbee Tells Mclver were elected to serve ore rams Jupiter residents", now livIng -. i FREE Wra.ter orJ"r".rc.rJ"w f
6. Application may he made year. Richard Annchtiit Treasure in Ocean: City, N J... were (;4....tit to/.tnd,./11111 dohCngrtssiforurHurrIe.HOSPITALIZATION) .
I Place i it
president of the
in advance to any committee I group visitor In last week
member or on Friday morning?I Story Racks "The Third Bent Sport" promise ..! ... Jupiter ... .----.
!Nov. 27, at the Village Square to equal if not stirpas" the
shopping center. layer's popular production of
ATLANTIC PAINT & SUPPLY I Frank McAbee brought t fag '(j<<"" Washington' Slept lie,,." PLANr.VRANrUp

All Ages Enjoyed I cinaung usury on rock: and The fall production will be given
ironer Ie I the Jupiter Women' at Salhavtn. Dec 4. 5 and 6.rmcii : e UKNEWABI-P FON LIFE WORII1 WInE (WFRACKFNROUJMrJNr +
A1A JENSEN BEACH J 287.2811H The PTA CarnivalThe Club in his talk at the Tuesday
NO AGE: 1.1 MITPAV : \ NOW OPEN:
night meeting in Town Hall. Mr. TALK
annual Parent Teacher Association ilcAbce: showed specimen 0 f KWAISIANSWilton IU":IICAL DR.\, PSTEOPATM'* AND NATIONAL HOME: IJ"' :

carnival was held a I his collection from all over the UIIIIOPKArrOR.Se AMtURANCK COMPANY
Jupiter School Saturday from 2 world. Hick. head of the NON IIORIIU RKMDFMTJI ACXTnTD e FORM CRF to II p.m. New members were welconvd : coaching uf( lt Jupiter High i ,,.
The thirty-five booths and activ to the club during the ned School was guest speaker at Jupi. AGES OVIUa $510'

ities under the general chairman tog and an orientation program ter-lloi* Sound Kiwanis Club MOACM ......... $2'5 MONTH .................
ship of Glynn Mayo assisted bya was announced by Mr*. Paul I Monday evening. -- -- -- -.
Your sophisticatedlook host of members were well attended lanley for Nov. 24. Coach Hicks emphasized the ""JNDKHII I'

:-: & by students and parentsDinner Those Joining the club were critical nod for equipment for IMS .. ... .....?..... $315 MONTH ...."........ ... aloe MONTH I
look for after-dark were served for those Mrs. A. V. BaIrd Mrs. Edward high school athletic program He

attending and a sox hop wa held! Gerhardt, lore Marlon B. Loud, also l spoke of the rounded athleticprogram SN 11-19 Phase FliraUh Me Frt InforsMlbH& I'

IJ.A P elegance begins for the dancing young people" and .Ir*. John D. Kcllberg. Mr. being offered at I the Name .. ................ .. ... ... Alt....
coma of the elders, from 7-11 ia Freeman Dy..... Mi*. John Duf- school. Florida Health
with chic the school auditorium. field Mr. Joe J. Wilcox Mr. I Ladle night It planned Agency Addre.p. ... ........... ,. '

a Walter J. Hayes professional. Ethel Rainev and Mr' Bert Mar1'. club for Nov. 23. A plant by sale. the I II r. O. Sot 22, lake Worth, IWWa fill... ,. ..... ... Mart. ...._
dinner suit magician, mode a big nit with the iii. Returning to the club after. I ahc In the planning
; audience, and attraction from an absence of several year .ItArt. stage.. .. _. .
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pony ride Id the fish pond! drew Frank Seabrook past president
in Brocade, crowd of youngster of the club.
The proceed of this the one Mr*. Arvin BiMlerfield, pees"-
jiiack! White big money making project of the dent of the club reported on a Justyourstyle
year for the PTA, are used In purchasing meeting of the General Fedcra- ;
e or Beige j from necessary equipment for ion of Tour Officer 'held It ,
the school that Is not provided by West Palm Beach. Attending this rf

our collection regular school funds. were meeting Mr*with. I I Irai..ButlcrfleU. Mr. '65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that'sraising

x Alfred Weeks, ;grower of the Vernon 8aron Mr*. J. Howard eyebrow all over the country. Outside, neat. "s

? of f eveningFashions. exquisite orchids displayed" at First Cox, Mr*. Millie Neidharf, Mr*. clean distinctive. Inside, inches bigger than last year. ..
Bank of Jupiter laIC week, was Edward Pearson and Mrs. Edward : .,
!! elected a director of the Orchid Waierhury.Ho ( Quicker, too. With a 383 cu. in. V8, standard equipment that

/ Society of Palm Beach at its meeting >te for the Tuesday' evening ; likes. regular gas best Climb in and take a look around.

SIZES 8.18 Thursday evcni .. He. i II ale! meeting were Mr. E. P. : Appointments and trim that you would expect only
a life member of the American Yates, Mr*. Myra Smith and Iw
I II I Orchid Society. Mrs. Elizabeth Brierly. ic'$ on more expensive" cars

(ti I NiCMt thing about the '65 Dodge Polara. lithe looks, spirit" .t
cfctstcteu t+G ftctt.t Ctctc +r f'
I and luxury get you going the price won't slow you down. t

IEWFXXY HANDBAGS BEHR'S CARDS & GIFTS ,. Dodge comes: on big for 65.Why not coma

A CLOVES ACCESSORIES along for the ride ? At you? Dodge de.Ie,'.. '

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I Dairy

Prelude to Marine Test Plant Honors SameckJack


Outboard Marine Sameck, fifteen, son of sT\d\ "
Planning Mr and Mrs Phil Sameck, who
was named by Florida Wildlife
Federation at the outstanding Jun.

Extensive Waterfront JobThe ter Inc and conservationist wildlife conservation for coil,pro-wa}- I. ( 'L .

r Martm o'aty' has re.civ _

Outboard Marine Corporation .._ ,,,., .:..1., t', Into the waterway. A boatslipvoukl 'I"-' '"
has asked a permit from the $73,000 MARINA be constructed about fifty
Engineer Corps at Jacksonville for PERMIT GRANTED two feet long extending forty feet
major waterfront Improvement at into the upland I
its new test plant site in Stuart. Outboard Marine Corporation It is proposed to dredge to six-
A group of O.M.C. officials recently obtained a building permit foot depth in the boatslip and in frMrD&
flew to Stuart for a.conference from the City of Stuart I last the area enclosed by the break
with Ralph Evinrude, who is week to construct a $70,000 waters, with the removed sand \to i gig
head of the vast outboard motor marina basm in the St. Lucia be deposited on shore
concern, which manufactures Ev River east of lots 14-24 River
inrude and Johnson motors, a line aide Park subdivision, Just northof
of boats, motorized golf carts, lawnmowers Roosevelt Bridge At a later Spanish Arrive
and other machmes. date, OMC will construct a testIng fby,
No announcement has yet been center for outboard engines South of InletBig rr.
made of definite plans for the local at this location, but details have
) activity, which Is to be situatedon not been released. fishing news of the week
lots 1 14 through 25 in Riverside \ I end was the arrival of the season's Palm
Park Subdivision, on the water- first l large schools of Spanish ;, SPEOAL
front about 550 feet north of theF.EC. 211 t feet into the river from the mackerelThe
Railway bridge. The corporation high water shoreline to the bulk. Beach
marckerel were being caught
bought the Herman Decker head line established by the Cityof
Stuart on jigs and feathers from the inlet
plastics plant, formerly Stuart Marine south to the Hole
Service,and adjacent property This pier-breakwater will then Numbers of weakfish were;
Outboard Marine extend for 350 feet.
Corporationwill southerly
being caught by bottomfishermenusing wor
construct a concrete pie i r- It is also planned to constructa the reef
breakwater extending easterly for concrete pier extending 170 feet south of tlinfet.lnsid'

---- -- bluet action flurry
Large gave an VANILLA
lau Friday afternoon at Seminole .
Shores pier Blues have been:
Stuart Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. sporadic? on the beaches. Pompano
fishing has been average.
Sails and dolphin are being 6
TOP QUALITY SERVICE DEPT. caught offshore, some boats venturing .
as far as fifteen miles eastward
JACK SAMECKed
Introduces Their to connect with the action.
There Is a scattering of sea a merit award from the Dairy
trout and snook in the lower St Council of South Florida {
CHIEF MECH. RAY LANDIS Lucie. A tenth grader in Martin County Ice Cream HALF GALLON
Speckled perch and bass reports High School, Jack ia president of
continue good from St. Lu the Junior Conservation Club.
cie Canal. The Dairy Council l has a continuing
project to honor mentor- NOW thru Nov. 25thIMAGINE
COMMANDER TILTONON lout young people in Martin County
ANTI-MJB DULY Nomination can be made to
Navy Commander Charles N Mrs. Marsha Gale 1910 South
Tilton, son of Mr and Mrs. War. Thirty-fifth Street Fort Fierce. '

ner Tilton of Jensen' Beach is visiting : You can get a big Half Gallon of Premium Palm
ports in the European areafollowing I
participation in the larg- Beach Vanilla Ice Cream at a BIG 30c SAVINGS. You get
BouquetsTo
d est amphibious combat trainingexercise the usual superior quality of lisle/ unique Ice Cream only at
In the Atlantic' since World .
j One Palm Beach Ice Cream
a reduced price. taste(
you
I War II. He Is serving with Air An- Folks ,
: Submarine Helicopter SquadronFive and enjoy to creamier, richer flavor, youll never again settle
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\ aboard the anti-submarine for ordinary lee Cream. Take advantage: of the limited specialnow
g.Ii''.' support Champlain.aircraft carrier USS Lake On the GoT Hock up WHILE THEY LAST!

i I RAY LANDIS
\ t Sixty per cent of f all cargo movIng HIS COLUMN recognizes
I I Ray baa 20 yean automotive repair experience and has attended \ to and from the Port of Boston folks "on the go," doing constructive
a number of factory school. is hauled by truck. thing, opening new business- SAVE 30c
ses, aiding In civic efforts, beauti
J fication, sports and otherwise help
"Transmlsslon Repair Specialty"
a Reg. $1.29
, r ing.Martin County grow.

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ENGINE ANALYSIS CHECK I J AL SIEGFRIED and his asso

:_ (SUN EQUIPMENT) ........ ....... ..... $1.50 cites of Jlobe Sound are unveiling
.. the brand new Spring Lab
ENGINE SIX t+. Rest Manor, a convalescent I a a>
I TUNE-UP CYL. $6'.95' Ecm, $9.95. Union to thorn who have had credit nursing to facility Martin which County will Watch be i LFAIBOUTWELL Savings TREAT.

UNDERCOATING, A auto accident, without Inxur- for further details of this notable .
$1.OIL .95 Inca coverage: Ire a "pretty forward step in our area'i progress
(Any Car or Small Truck) .
Iwlul.ltuatlon. Get your Auto-

CHANGE \ND LUBRICATIONS $ mobile' Insurance at Taylor C K. ADAMS, a former Californian NOW
( Quarts Quaker Slats D8)) ....... .. eLoo Ashley, and avoid the risk! of and his a81 Rich- DAIRY INC. Sp i
WHEEL BALANCING rlnMKw .law through accident. ard moat Dcnaple modern,trailer have OCialt 1 f nd t the ma- u m Q n JT O

Each Wheel' plus weights ........... ....... .. .. .. $1.50 I rinas in South Florida "coining up
toon." It it Hidden Harbour Mo
bile Home Park and Marina situated ICE CREAM HALF GALLON
I on twenty-three acres facing

Stuart Chrysler-Plymouth I Inc. The Manatee facility Pocket will provide at Port top-notch Salerno. It's gay, festive and colorful] Royal Spumoni now only 79c Reg. 79 c

facilities tor 216 1 trailer homes a Half Gallon. It's designed withe old world flavor,'made with,
SHOWROOM OPEN MON. THROUGH SAT. rIIL 8 P.M. This is the sort' of thing that real. : 99c
I ly helps Martin County s economy. quality ingredients. Be sure to serve some for dessert this

U. S. )FEDERAL HWY. SOUTH 2874000 May we remind you that if each Thanksgiving.Ideal .
s new trailer family spends $200
a month, it would mean the addi
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400. annually to our economy. '

for THANKSGIVING DESSERT Filled with Peppermint Stick Candy Bits!


SUE L E.! $$13995. $550,000 PRINCIPAL of Murray Martin ERNEST High County's i School EDWARDS new- '... 'M=---- ROYAL Palm Beach

plant at Port Salerno well deserves
a bouquet for his quiet and ZSM EGG NOG PEPPERMINTSTICK
efficient administration 0 f that :. "...
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educational inttilulion. And somewhat .
belatedly, we congratulate everyone t ',' \, ==I ICE CREAM Ice Cream
72" Table 8 10 who look part in t that
Giant 40" x seats fo people. plenty of/ room Homecoming ,
swinging Murray High
"
s.'' Half Gallon
parade. : 99c Half Gallon $1.29
for your turkey and your company, too .

GEORGE RENWICK, a science
Beautltul Walnut ram instructor at Martin County Senior
atructlan wish Indalruc. High has developed a new spirit
Your ALFAR-
Available From
able Formica lops For i Of scientific inquiry among h I I.
'' Gee saM price you get students, and is credited with LFABOUTWELL3
lurg table and 6 chain.Hmnkftglvlng C Initiating the Specimens Exchange
,i deliveryDANISH Program which has greatly widen BOUTWELL Milkman or at these
ed the horizons of the students.
guwanlMd.MODERN
Take a bow, George.
0 Fine ALFAR-BOUTWELL

O. C. (JERRY)SMITH for con-
; r silently! plugging an idea in whichhe
believes deeply, the need to DAIRY INC. Ice Cream Dealers
f".nan all-Martin Chamber of
Commerce "We're {just too small
DINING a county to be divided the way
we are says Jerry. "We could IIOBE SOUND STUART
ROOM raise lots mom funds and get lots
: more done if we would all work STUART DRUGS
L' '
: together.. NUTMEG SUNDRIES
Fbgfc St
Matching
UA 1
MRS. JOANNE JACK executive '
CHINA director of the Dairy Councilof JUPITERJUPITER
South Florida for the finest ST. ONGE MARKET
promotion we have seen in age*'- SUNDRIES
CLOSET the citing of young people in Mar AlA Highway
tm and other counties for meritorious Caster St Old Dhtt

.vs',. $$89.95 accomplishment SALERNOO'Connor's JUPITER MARINA

7-..- Smaller site. dlabsg OUR FINAL BOUQUET of the Sundries AlA Highway
\ .... Yes week goes to Mill Ida Mat Carter .

,.. ., rpRoot i. conductress of the Grand AlA Highway *. JENSEN BEACH
United Order of Pallbearers of
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America. Inc. No. 70. for Java
Sob Item are Cash Priced md may he .paid for hi 30 days. lutes. A telephone caller told us COUNTRY. STOlE.JENBEA. SUNDRIES
that she has beta doing an excellent
If ]Job in llhia Important post and AlA HJxhoay p. 0. BUg
I in addition her birthday wa on
; ROWELL'SOLD Nov 4. Happy birthday Mist I

i I, Carter, and many morel Call AT 7-2464 for Regular Home Deliverya.c
An average retail food merchant
OLD DIXIE. II\VY., STUART PIIONR 2S7.0S01( earn only about I cent on

I ;I i every dollar that ia spent by coot -
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THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
to Meeting I ,. 'J ,'k\, Thursday, November 19, 1964 1-U
Society News I 1'b. -'?' '', j

i. Lindsey. president, Stuart ...:: ., When the liner Queen nII -
r of the National SecreUr- .wrp.A: ,-..(.wrNG1 l I \ ,., '"" "beth docks in New York, it brul

I ration of the and Palm Mr*Beaches. Louisrpi Christmas Tree I fY. .: I up to -'.(100)J passenger, takes o n
: I loud tar 100.000 mends. and
tr travelled embarks
to Orlando Sat. Lane Will' lie onTV
+ with 2,000(
No14 to attend the meet. ----_..-new passengers
kJ.by the CPS Tryhards at and Radio
*mown Motor Inn 1id3 .1
,
Mrs dm Cromwell, cochairman a
subject was "Hw m Re- a tl and Mrs Margaret Heckler, >tsii3a
I V which is one of the sea chairman of toys, of the Woman'sAuxiliary
I I to be taken in the examinaj I I ) of f Martin Memorial
heM each year for secrcUr- | Hospital. will, be 81 Mtti on TV
lit* to become certified professional Channel: 1, West Palm Beach: at
I secretaries, the highest: achievement 2:::10 p,m, Sunday. Nov 29\, LaurieI a
of a secretary I and tve ''IIIn111 interview Mrs.
.Cromwell and 1 Mrs. Hockter. They :
I will give the highlights of the bu-
i caar and! exhibit a tew of Ilio vard j
|11\-1 and attractive:\ items" to be sold irt
I at hrisinias: Tree Lane" Dec s :
I J and 4, at Stuart Woman's Club. (
i i Mrs/ Toley [nge M' i chairman alai Mrv Llmor 1 homo MR. AM MRS IO\\LLL) IX PACKARD 2 \ \
as. !second! vice president, are scheduled '/'tiOISCRETION \
to appear on WSTU with Barbara \
Bntton on Tuesday, Dec 1 Mr. and Mrs. Packard Plan to I l5 COilsar:' .. ,
i at 10 am. The subject and discussion THAT roM!!''>10 A .IANWNOJ .,
II I I will be "The Christina Irec HE IS TbO OLD 11:)
I Lane.:' Celebrate Fiftieth Nov. 22 I F-12D1"T &Y IT

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IIiit ...A'. .. ..d. UMIOLIOI! I lit KS Mr. and Mrs IJ.lllle11 I n.. Packard two .wane Richard: Delta Ohio, ou'it never Ion old to profit by
HOLD A the << of Inmmwce. Let
RUMMAGE protection
Riverside .
\'illuit. Jensen tart Toledo, Ohio, and a daugh-
MR. AND MRS. PRESCOTT DELBERT BOND The DcMolay Mothers Club is Beach will celebrate their fiftieth Irr, Mrs K. H Dewey, Scwulls our .pHIl work out a program
having a rummage kale all/ day wedding anniversary Sunday Nov Point They! have four grandchildren : thai will give/ you complete
JoAnn Delores Polls Weds Prescott D. BondMiss Friday and Saturday until noon 22, with an open( house 11lhe covtrag
tats, at thIS old dune store location at recreation hall from! 2-5 p.m. Mr, and Mrs. Packard are winter

COUPLiTE JoAnn Dclorcs Potts became !and Andrea Lea Die naer. Memphis Fort Jackson! S C. St. Luc:us and Osccola.Lago Mr and Mrs. Packard were rcsKJcnli of Riverside Village and RAlPH IIARTMAIJ Jrt
JNUJUORS Their married 1on Nov. 26, 1V14. at Milton upend I the summer in Delta Ohio.
tho bride of Prescott Delbert Term. pale powder blue Out-of-town guests were Mr di 801'o<:na. fifty mile Center Ohio. REAL EtTATIt INSURANCE
Bond in ceremonies on 5.atur.solY.DeL dresses were Identical to that of and Mrs. F Makawskl, Old Bridge. '
north of Koine, 11
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24 at 12 noon in St. James the maid of honor and! their flow. N. J., Mr and! Mrs. C Makawski, urop s largest Mr Packard is a retired conductor l.iixn are being used eiperi- AT .4DOO <
lake I In
Roman Catholic Church Orlando ers were true-blue carnation nose. Spotswood. N. J., and Mr and circumference a volcanic of crater It has from this Detroit and lo- mentally by dentists to gla/e tooth HOIOfCEOLA It
: a
ANTIQUES The Rev. Terrence Farrclly I gays. Veils fell from blue pill twenty-seven I Info Shoreline Railroad. enamel I. prepare' cavities and weld STUART FLA.
Mrs Ray Patti Eau Gallic. miles.
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ACCESSORIES: performed 1 the double-ring ceremony boxes. .--- -- -- -- -----.!_The Packards are I ho parents of repair "'llt riall!,
which was followed by a I Best man was Robert Francis --
GinS Nuptial Mass. Potts, Orlando and serving a I
Parents of the couple are Mr. ushers were H. Raymond Bond!,
HAND h1AUEi and Mrs Stanley John Potts, Orlando Lawrence Brannan. both of Stuart Now jolly '

i i.,, HJRM1URKDRAPtRILS Mrs. Margaret Bond Start Donald Smith Norfolk. Va., my
and Raymond Bond!, Miami. and Robert Jerry Ramlolf of Stuart ,
White flowers decorated 1 the I and Norfolk Va. s rtes IF sa i
main altar and the altar of the For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. '
f', PA'IIO Virgin Mary. Potts chose a champagne colored friends is the time to'
FLRM1URERLHMSIIING Organist was Robert Hildebrandwho dress with a lace bodice ending *
: played 'Ava Maria" "Ihc I in scallops at the waistline, short
Lord's Player" a medley of /light sleeves, and a flared chiffon skirt.
I classics, and the traditional Wagner I Her accessories! were brushed gold ,' .
hi REPAIRING marches and Mendelssohn wedding ;I and chid.Mrs.her corsage was a while; or I follow the foot steps

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: Given in marriage by her father Bond mother of the bridegroom
I ILVND the bride was attired! in a pure wore a blue lace dress
silk full with a slightly flared skirt and
?tl WOVEN organza -length lona- ev.lIft't
ed with imported{ lace down three-quarter-length sleeves. Pearl l r atPhstNatwnalBankto
RUGS the from the bodice I to the clusters were worked in the scalloped ''t
OF hem and from the shoulders to I neckline. Her acceuoneswere
the waist in the back A full chapel I matching and! she also wort i
SEA GRASS train fell from a bustle! effect a white corsage.
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'''ESPARTO GRASS with a tailed bow In the back. The Following the ceremony:: a L.rA l Our 1965 Christmas
)
HEMP five-tiered shoulder-length veil b I luncheon was held at Parliament 1 :
was held by a pillbox edged with House. The bridal table was overlaid *
WOOL pearl droplets. Her bouquet was with a white cloth with tur-
white orchid and stephanotis on a quoisc 1 skirts and draped with I
white prayerbook white satin ribbons. Individual tables
f P. O. BOX 527f Lois Ann O'Moiltey. Atlanta Oa,. seating eight( were covered Club Booth -
741 BRIDGE RI). was maidof-honor. Her dress was with white cloths. Bouquets /lined
ROBE: SOUM a copuit blue floor-length sheath the bridal table.
h, PIIONE with i short sleeves, the bodice accented "Sharon IAJwllrdMiami., was
lOCAIrll tONMMFJsJlI.Y IN OURlAIN! LOBBY
546-1881 I by a small rose gathered in chiuuc of the bridu'i book.

train starling at the shoulders Following their wedding trip to -- .. -c.: .... ...... ....
Shivsiirrlad a noMgay-Df deep blue untetf Bay? Jantatca,' the couple '!"
r k. pa carnations.Bridesmaids. is living at 4037 S.W Sixty-' fil'
were Sheila: Marie fifth Avenue, Miami. S ,
Pour, sister of the bride, Oi lando. I t.ot her traveling outfit\ the
Valerie Frances Bishop, Miami bridd chute\ a three-pace beige
Linda Dolores Powell. Miami wool suit accented by a suede front
panel of pale blues bone patent These foot steps will lead you ,, ,,
leather shoes and purse. Her corsage
was of yellow roses. (o u happier I loliday season in P 4
Before her marriage, the bride
was t stewardess with Delta 1 Airlines 1965 through Cliristmas Club
u !
based In Miami The bridegroom 1Inclnb.rhhip.

rl 5: 1 Ray u Bond employed Boats,by Mwmi.his fatherat I He You yourself will '' "l

served with the at
recently Army
determine the amount to be atucd ,
420 SO. FIDIIAl STUAir nOIIDA FH 117.tIM
"HIV/CI/ Him/Ml/ 47 nvutl TACKU t MMIW/ Airman Schaefer each wcck according: to your bud 1


headquarters for your Completes First get and, you may choose tally t a
Training Phase r
amount betueen, 50c( to $10.00 per 1 IltraJlMal t r
Airman Alan R. Schaefer, son
EVERY of Mr, and Mrs. August Schaefer \\ eck. With this! wide choice it :' ( _, i
of 27| Linda Drive, Jensen Beach,
has completed the first phase of for __________ r
would beery handy every 1

MARINE NEED rr: member of )our (family to have u e : (

membership. : 1


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I SJgb1 'a. t tconJplete ALAN R. SCIUUEJt: r' HAVE A LETTER SENT TO YOUR


his Air Force basic military training I FROM SANTA CLAUS
CHILD
FAVORITE
at Lockheed: AIR, Its :
., Airman Schaefer has- been selected '
"Cf for technical training a* an IRST "t Wo will have the letter postmarked from Santa Claus.. ,
one-step aircraft: maintenance specialM *t
the All Training Command (ATC) I Indiana mid Kent directly to the child. .
scNwl at Sheppard AH, Tn. His
sauce '
REAL ESTATE new unit b part of DM vail A1Cssstem Slop In ami lake) Arrangement* Soon
red Rea! which. trains airmen and.

ofiiim m the divers tints required +asaaswaar.+ .........._.- +aavawrl a+vaav.
k's/ale by UM oatMM't ntospsce \

force The airman if a 1964 gradual N = =

I r ervice ';_..,_, II of School.Mama County Senior high ATIONALANKOFStUARTf r

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WARY C.RII-N: TONE f ," 'J J. v
UGHTHOUSE POINT ,
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11uri&', mend ..tel.Mliat. .
$ County Bond of ton-:
wMsrfrrnl_- ersrrssmley ; lilt AJiuslntei, .has dKtm.d tocuntkkr 1, : '
1 I a* a lurdshipi. aPe Henry : [
I (Mien 4 applicatiua U n>MOd bntratkr
.v. iOHNSON park' in M...*.. Bay tufa
division I of Port \11.,_ tWcbyuphuUing !? ,
_ /+ I the Jestuam et Fred ,
W/II N S't% R'ANCEiAiURilAIL : Bell counly cnfffiecr and. aors.g ,, .

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MRST ITDEKAL BLIUMNC SU'ARE I' 1 Florida fla RI.QUfR111LNI every: .boot net$, carry Your Full Service Bank Serving Martin Counly f For Over 3Y q -

U. V HIGirWAY .N* I 70M4 1 one approved Hi erring device )
I for acts .,..,..,. phi A paddfe, AMPLE FREE PARKING WITH TRUST OVERSer

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THE STUART( ,.) NEWS animal only during]) the open Reason T will not be able because to attend Ian Smoke- SayerMOI4TERLY
Thwwda>, Nsvrtiwtwr 19, 1964 for ivild hunt homecoming this year
designated hog
__
mg in thirteen wildlife! serving as a U. S. Peace Corps CYPCSRari
manage
mont areas plus I all I of Palm Beach Martin High Tigers Roam Globe Volunteer m Chile
Hog Hunters Are and Alachua CouMjie*, ; "It certainly I ..sw like; hallowed a I longtime irttr Awa,ANI:MOST

Aldrich remnd; *'buncera that since walkedmater..
Advised Not All outside the esiaWWiid areas and balls of my
Palm Beach and A chug: Counties Today I am living m Sea deo
t the Game Comrntafon claims Many Will Miss HomecomingThey working with the Chilean feder-

Wild tibgs 'Gaye' no Jurisdiction over bogs of any I awn of Credit Un Ollll. I
aare
wild-rbamins hop II fly volume in my ;
art generate classified an private uated in all areas of the
A fr<*. paipng. hog may be property Hupfiof, hop to which '.: I 'Our job w to keep 127 credit:
wild but it "Is not necessarily a (hare! it a Mlfmate claim of pri- in unions in operation. These cooperatives -
game animal! and hunters! should, vale ownership, Mch a* mi l lands I were orijinally set up
ime ca"tlOfwhen hunting wild where valid hog claims are in effect with the help of the Peace Corps.
bogs Mid A. P. Aldrich; director, 11 an illegal activity and subject Japan Togo' I volunteers that preceded us. There row
Game and) Fresh/ Waler Fish pom- to civil actionBefore 'are seven of us here in Sam nrvm rtxwY,7p OCe,rtrl
mission M ho clarified the status going hog hunting on who will co-ordinate and) internet
of Florida'/ wild hop as game And Chile. M volunteers
of other
animal land other:than the thirteen dc ignatcM progress reports
area' or Palm ,Beach and in the tteld. This i. information (
Wild hogs may be taken as game Aluchua", Counties, the hunter BUNNY ABBOTT will enable authorities to correctly
By
should alway obtain the perm is- assess the needs at various
Books & Recordsmake lion of the landowner. It i Is alllOhelp1ul Asia may be the native habitatof :ff areas throughout the country.
to verify with the county the tiger (apart from MartiqCounty : M y "We are all experiencing cul- ? iwr NJM r L.

sheriff* concerned t 0. determine ,,, of course), but we bavo lure shock to some degree, living
Perfect GiftsFor'CIlrlstma whether hog claims are in effect roof that there are Tigers roam- here in a new country with strangecustoms
(In the. area elected for hunting ng free in every quarter of the and a dlfJ rent languajzc,
$ 'and to determine the fact of own. globe from Tachikawa, Japan ... but the most pronounced! blunder!
SHOP EARLY to Togo, West, Africa; and so far occurred when one of the
For Bert Setotionf Af,, from Honolulu, Hawaii to Chile, girls arrived by airplane at her
TROT-LINE USEA ,South America, worksite Upon stepping' off the
VALENTINE'S And the Tigers, generally, have plane, she was met by the mayorof
fisherman may use a hotline would who presented her
in .
one thing common. They the town
329 (VOcran,,BlviLStusrtMartln |, of not more than twenty-five like to attend Friday's! homecoming r rA rt with a bouquet of roses. She
Cpuoty's.cOne-Stop, hook, for taking, non-gome fish game against the Trojan of I thinking that he was trying to sellthem trcep
Rook; Bh'C\\"", &".Kfi.ord! Shpj, for pet,ionalsuo provided he hal Lake Worth but circumstances are Lbs to her, politely reneged and .
a valid',fiihin, license.G' .
agin 'em. said: 'Ohl! No thank you! j ,,
If the response to our! "1 Won'tBe I At the present time there are i"f'.t'"
Able To Attend Homecoming over 250 Peace Corps Volunteersin
J 1PJ t OF rouRNOE Because campaign l lack Chile working in every type of .r1f'-
ISdifil numbers, it certanily doesn't lack job from slum clearance projects : f :'{

R t. a distance, and the cost of a postage! to planting pine trees in the southern : '. Kw ..It
I
stamp can do what we Intended part of the country. We have .". i$ '
IT anyway aid former Stuart and seen several of the other volunteers I .
; .
Martin County High students jn from time to time t who 'I 1 "'",
re-establishing contacts. speak very favorably of their I : U..:

The first answer to the Idea work with a minimum of unfortunate ,,4 .'
Men ifli RIW )tome we mentioned in The Stuart News + incidents. One fellow in a '" irmsttrongONl
*
; of Sept. 17 came from Jim Bowden rural education project has start ,
twntrs in taking idiantajsil Freight Traffic Department, a ai ed a small elementary school in ) { : fN I /

this convenient albln-ene Atlantic Count" Lin Railroad Company one of the pueblos. ViuTUstrlott" '
HOMEOWNERS POLICY! 2200 Main Street, Sarasota "The only problem that we have ,): / "
Jim wrote: had so far has been adjusting to Six-foot-wide rolls! tot virtually
911.tpMfa It tins jorf eimplittprotectloR 'I 1 happened to see in the Sept. the language, but the Chilean peoi seamless floor beauty. Nubbly

-YOUR OMEPEIIJOKU for your home ml 17 issue of The News your requestfor i pie are very friendly and are helpIng textured surface hides heel marks"
ramify, it I uvlng over saint former grads of Stuart to state us. We hope to be fairly fluent and scuffs. ., A distinctive floor
P E l pompon! J : why they can't attend ,the 1964 within a month from now.'Although decor
cowijei In Individual p policies.R'ILL homecoming game. I am a 1947 I am a long way from designed Id compliment any
HOUSEHOLD BOODJ of Sluart. home, I keep informed on all the plus An exciting collectionof
grad THEY h VVONT\' BE AT HOMECOMING: BECAUSE they're in Berlin. Germany"' and it's just a little local occurrences in The Stuart fresh home decorating ideas
will
PERSOlllllBI.Un. reply"I certainly that those hope that others who stilt too far, Virginia Crowe Coleman (formerly of Hobe Sound) with her husband and family, is shown News and am looking forward to featuring international rooms from
so pf
(ADDITIONAL IWIN8 f IPEKSE. receive The News will us be able to near a boundary lino in the divided city, which they hope to (leave by 1966 reading about a Tiger victor in. The Armstrong World of Interior

SEt U$' TOT jolt DETAII.SI read letters 'from our former office alt week, and this precludesany Sincerely, was born i in- Grouse Pomte, a suburb the homecoming Sincerely issue., Design

schoolmates weekend activity that I might Mr, and Mrs Jerry ,of Detroit) Brown"
them the
Valmore Danny
Vouve on
seen
"My reason for not attending Is
like to McAllister"
participate in.
BERRY "Four months we found
AGENCY dud solely to my job, 1( so happens Sincerely, Response No. 5 came from that Curtis was going ago to do two classified advertising Kaye Show CBS-TV and in leading
that I keep office hours on Jim Bowdcn" Martin County's first Peace Corpsman magazines. Now, see Montina
bank in the Pontiac area
COLOUU more
for Americans
620 DIAL 287.09 Is finding homes
AVENUE Saturday due to being out of the
and scenes
Next came a note from terse old Charles Hcndricks* now so we decided to purchase a mobile at the rate of 2,864 every hour. Corlon unique room
Ii. ,. Peter Valentino, er I beg your spreading goodwill! for these Unit: home, since we will be here from around the world at:
pardon, Pete, Private Pint Class ed States for scant I 11 I cents a day.Charles now till early June and maybe
'
Peter Valentino, 9th Ordinance De- I a member of the MCHS I longer We have a lovely ten by 'I
tachment, APO 358, San fran class of '61, writes: I fifty-foot mobile home In a nice RENEW rooaBRWER'S HUGHESFLOOR

Cisco, Calif. "As a, graduate of MCHS anda I village three miles out of the city.It LICC1lSE 1
Pete, the larruping fullback of former Stuart Tiger, j\ will be gives us a great feeling to at last WRING YOUR COVERINGS
the Tigers I claw of '62, was probably unable to attend the homecoming have some roots and something of
even better known for his' game with Lake Worth on Nov. our ,own. BIRTH MONTH 900 S. Dixie Fort Pierce

Open larceny of bases during the 20 because of my work here in San- "We would enjoy seeing the a- -
baseball season, I If you let Pete sannee Mango, Togo, West Afri.ca. homecoming game but chilly Michigan -! "'"== '4
reach first, you had to start nailing is a good distance from sun' it III

down home plate. I If our memo "Our work here is basically introducing ny Stuart, and come early February -

I ory remember is not his failing completely all the, we new fishing! techniquesand ,we are expecting an additionto Congr..atutions./ .
0'0
stealing way improving old ones plus the our family.
home in two successive same! training! of young fishermen. I "J would like to add that my
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Never particularly wordy, as we Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goo-
"Also! we act in an! advisory capacity I parents
recall, Pete Mates: to the government in fishery i ley, South Jensen Heights, Jensen Spring Lakes Rest t Manor
"I am sorry to inform you thatI regulation. Work here is very I Beach, are good advertisers! of I
will be unable to attend the rewarding and enjoyable, but it citrus;: produce for Stuart and
homecoming game on Nov, 20, would be great to be bock in Stuart Martin County During the win.I ALL
The simple reason i., I am in the for the homecoming game ter season when we can't makeit I
Army and am stationed in Korea i home, they send us fruits out _. .
However, I will be home shortly hIYHe:: d.-Ck5") of their yard or from the nearby
CERAMICI'
j ... thereafter, and will attend! any Letter No. 6 originated in Markham .I fruit stands, and 1 share it with
remaining games.Regretfully. III, and came from John .. our neighbors. It is to delicious.
Deep Friends: Harkins, 2952 Sherwood, who It is surprising to know that many
Peter Valentino"W wrote: of them have been to Stuart or TILE
don't know about a simple "Enclosed! is my check for renewal I that area, and enjoy the area very
:I ttni very proud of toeing part of your present City reason, Pete. We think that's a of my subscription to The I much. ,
mighty fine reason and we hope Stuart News (God bless you, John "Good luck Tigers, in the homecoming WORKBY
Commission during which; administration many long. you're soon home, safe and sound.You'll . Ed). game!
sure have to rush, though "I 1 decided to let rod! know at 'Sincerely: ; I', I
pirie worthwhile projects >were realized This is {the There's only one more game, at this time that I will not be in Stuart Miriam Goolcy Greenlee" '

Riviera Beach on Thanksgiving for homecoming, Mr and Mrs. Don Lowry write
kind ot cooperative effort I would like to continue for
Eve. "1 graduated in 1955. Since from Box 532, Toccoa Ga.:

the benefit; of alt the people of f Stuart Our third,::: Force: fromMalmsirom then I attended the University of "Mrs. Don Lowry (former Miss I
Air Base, Mont., Florida and! received (t\vq engineering Betty Ann Damron graduate of 'I
Sincerely where Captain George W. Knickerbocker degrees and have bean employ. '63)) and Don Lowry, graduate of Gulf Tile ,
is doing an important job ed since graduation with! ITT Kellogg '64, will not be able to attend the stream I Corp. ,
COOKE for Uncle Sam l in Chicago, a division of International I homecoming game because both ,
RAY M. I If
Writes George: Telephone and Tele i are working and Don i attending '
"I aaw the article in The News graph. My present position is as i Toccoa Falls Bible College, Tot AlA GOLDEN GATE .
l last week, so I had better get this 1IC'I1Of quality control engineer in COB Falls, Ga. ,
U. S.; HIGHWAY No. 1 FotJR.L NEU AND BEAUTIFIED off before I completely forget the electronic switch department, I Mr. and Mv.! Don Lowry" 287-2559 I
"George W Knickerbocker graduated .I "I 1 will not be able to attend Then from 1746-1 Ala Moana
i )MODERN STREET LIGHTING ON HIGHWAY & DOWNTOWN
MCHS 1944\/ ; married the homecoming as I hav4 steady hadmy Boulevard Honolulu Hawaii another

t/ SAVING OF $6,000 PER YEAR BY RE-ITNANCING;' G OLD former Barbara A. Wilkinson of vacation, spending two weeksin pair of newly weds. June, -- ----- I
Mt. Clemens, Mich., on Dec 31, Florida i one of which was in 1964 vintage, Gary J. and Nancy .
INDEBTEDNESS BONDS 1965; no children; reside, Para Stuart."I Raphel Steele, came through with :
S ELtMINATION OF PARKING METERS disc Mont.; work, captain, USAf, hope you hear frorj", a lot of this one:
I am the electronic warfare officer old grads", at I know I foe{ one have "I, Gary J, Steele, graduate of
EXTENDING CITY WATER FACILITIES TO IIUTCHINSON'\ for the Great Falls Air Defense lost track of most o( them. Martin County High School In
ISLAND Sector. I intend to make the John J. Har>ini" 1961, will not be able to attend CONGRATULATIONS !
Air Force a career, having now Our seventh reply came from a this year's homecoming game because 1
ACQUIRING ADDITIONAL FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTAND been in for fourteen years real I traveler, Miriam Gooley 1 am serving in the Air
RADIOS "We have settled at Paradise Greenlee. Force I am stationed at Hickam
which i ii 250 miles west ofGreat Miriam writes from 2219 Windy AFB. Honolulu Hawaii.
i REPLACING OLD POLICE PATROL CAM Falls some, and intend to spendour Hill Lane:., Pontiac Mich.: "My wife, formerly Nancy Ra- Spring Lakes s Rest ManorYour
"l., Miriam Gooey Greenlee phel ((1961 MCHS graduate) will
retirement summers there
4 CnrYWIDB ROAD REPAVING PROGRAM INCLUDING NEW I weekends, am a 1957 graduate of Martin not be able lo attend either, U
Right now commute on
ROADS IN EAST STUART and Barbara is holding things downin County High School, 1 attended she is, with me here.Sincerely .
good ole MCHS since the sixth ,
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the mountains.'I
"' grade. I have many fond memories Gary I. Steele fine new building; and I
and all/ these benefits with 1 will not be able to attend the of my school Lie there. From Mrs' Donald U Coleman,
homecoming because I have a conference "During my I work c/o CWO Donald U Coleman. modern facilities
at Cold Lake Alberta, ed part time aenioriear Chamber 11th MP Det CI. APO 742. c/o are a credit
Canada, during that period of / graduation Postmaster, New York City, N. Y., ,
NO INCREASE IN TAXES "M/ address is,: the opportunity for me to become we heard: to our community.Thanks .
C aptain O. W. Knickerbocker, office secretary of the Chamber "1 am a graduate of the class
Hq GRADS, Box 270. of Commerce opened and I of 1943. now Mrs. Donald L I
). NUImstrom AHJ, Mont" forked there for two years under Coleman the former Virginia
"Our bent to all the gang. Mrs. Rosaleen Murray, manager. Crows of Hobe Sound.
The fourth reply came from a I enjoyed my job to the utmost. "1 would love to attend the for having selected
newly-married couple B. Jerry : "In September of 1959, I married homecoming game, but we are ,
This November 21 McA.II 1kf, a stalwart guard in the I
Primary, a wonderful guy Curtis stationed behind the Iron Curtain
Tigers' 1958 football squad. Who Greenlee.I who is employed as a in the divided city of Berlin, us as pour electrical
graduated in 1959, and hit August
comtnictiot for
Germany
superintendent
VOTE FOR AND RE ELECTRAY 1 1964\/ bride, the former Mary Jo Bank Building,\ and Equipment Corporation "Our tour of duty will be up in contractor.
Luce, I960 graduate of MCHS out of St. Louis MOo We 1966, and then you can just bet
and Miss Florida Flower of 1963- I have had a very exciting life since. we will be headed for the wonderful I
64. I "In December of 190 we were ,Sunshine State
The newlyweds wrote: .blesses with a precious bundle of "I am enclosing a photographof '
C"I reply to your article. "Why joy. our daughter, Rovane.ln our family, taken at a section ALWAYS "
,You Be Her* for the Homecoming the five years we. have been of the wall that divides the East AAA Electric5Jf
M. COOKE Gamer We are graduatesof married, we have lien in about and West part of Berlin. If you AYE RACB
Martin County High School forty states amt lived in seven have room perhaps you can publish
classes of '59 and '60. Presently states and Puerto Rico. We are i along with the letter
I we ar, residing at Tachikawa Japan usually m one city six months so Very truhyourv' 5560 Ste-SM
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where we are stationed with a year while Curtis builds or remodels Virginia. Coleman" or i
I the U. S Air Force. We regret a bank. We really do enjoy And last but by no means least, I i .
CITY COMMISSIONER that we,wont be\ able' 10 attend the tnvc ni and K is an education from another Peace Corps Volunteer. I.dBB# i SOUND2.D i
homecoming pine or any ,other in itseV \4 Vaknore Brown (class of
r.te T.aikst\ Meru.. ....' garnet this year However ..- do .U. have been livSi* isv Pinti- I960)), c/o U. S. Embassy. Sao-.
-" : plan to attend these games in "1966. ae, Micb., since last November. lisp, Chile, South America, came
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LPi 1 Miss 1 -- Poling: Gave Lecture Sunday, Nov. 151'A







'A I Kingdom .f Heaven Present New the scent wit entirely different ts still with us. It Ii Got! mcv I than 't.cepling parent the or pernm.1of teteo- Chrlstlait or Science Prayer Treatment

: ::. Friend that' whit thy. king ,gad my mother hardly knew sage to us awaiting our ability dumihitiOfl le c 'rI and chit'era. discernment .
rlt.l.tntt. Spiritual s ,
enChristian dom of heaven i II for-to be experienced what to make of It." and willingness'" to receive it.Je I ti obey divine PnD. l
make clear ,
mll5l a
_- now. It 1 II a conditionof Th. next morning this mm us' lifework I II meaningleMto dren must fulfill their to dhtli \
Science Mind, a spiritual state of con. :'wag; digging In his garden, pernunenfiy u* unless we follow m fin I clpl', o\dulb children twecn evi and good .,1 .i, t.
iciousncis we attain I* we I healed of his "hearttrouble. I footstep We must *sht obhll"II fecare-aVm: : obedience good I that pertniitti t i,
: ." fedGt undei' Spirit good; Truth i iv _
A fundamental law of the
j change our thinking to conformto I I did. If we n issurcihaop
Kntitlrd: being the law of Love ,live his to Guits< 'law. Ticsto Mind and its Ideas .in _
; \ spiritual law. Ai Jeau told wai operating Christ ht did we must all who
i. us In this parable the kingdom ill the time for his good I I example of humility purity bollneik !s lc a nd JI with' It, Just ai I Gd" spiritual creation' .>, I
YliMe
The of heaven Ii present for ill of Wben he was obedient, to it, it I or wholeness, perfection.uruaclflshneaa !I riffl"(I'<: "I when, obeyed TI.er'. nothing then ''I.
proved SUe it ws p10'I I hal or destroy 01 i I. I
Christian ui. It only iwaits our recogni health wn right love and forgivenow. the, road. 0
: Science, hand of tect 1t'lryone! on or destroyed. In the ,
Th1 tion. He was illustrating the Impartial I This is the demand Scientist
and. YouSyhia nature of the law of God II I Christian Science is both Christian ThlIn t Christian the world I ness of God is perfect pea .
In
C.. place
hl
Meat Revest
must 1lIke feet and i .
of God' will operating in behalf and Science. al't nat. Stlfction. I.
Such reveal the of rviitiofl. eduestloursl n. i from ; (tin-
by of everyone everywhere ill the in experience A definition of "Science" is business "
time He wa telling us something corcept of God that Jesus hid. study gf-'cne' invention. This one good Is the- .

:X Poling, (r.. S. B. Important about the klng- I It., a concept that makes us love "knowledge and practice."obtained"Christian"by refer gavel'0,tieuit., research he docs.and he explo-can I everywhere, ilwa.i rl
God. We're ifiiid of God'swill riti Whatever The student of Chris ,
,dom of heiven. Some of us may not Christ h. '
to the ,
of Phornix, Ariton labor longer than other, to find or the! law of God when we teaching.religion"Christian based on Science" apply th Science of Christianity this ence Is more alert I .
learn that H Is divine Principle Young people! urting on most people, for evil Is 3f
withheld from
I it, but its never our obtained "? ,
M..lw .< .. 4 ..... then Implies knowledge future 5 11
II. W I.M .h.i WTh anyone and I I. equally present for Love. We ice that It'* the part! IHv i Elorious Christian Science as .
( Mrtlm cia Tk. flnl llmli fCktM th ( uah; the study and practiceof in working "VP" ,
< adventUre
work of God
to unlike whateve..
I ., ... to J,.!.., Hi...,kuMll"Christianity U.God' not to destroy Principle Divine preserve Principle the teachings of Christ Jesus. care CjW lt erful op- AU then- I'l' i ,".
law govern In the kingdom Pure Chl'lstianlty Is scientific divine evi. comblm I i ,
II 'sou! forth facts of heaven. Although these I I. the law of perfection to every then in that it is In accord with portal} .tnealze we're their sol life and intellivmutter.
situation A. we gain a clearer. de al .
laws Intangible to the Dishonesty. vi
may seem basic spiritual facts These fact i God. II.
that t be tllf.
Ian: proved declared army
spiritual understanding of the theft
dcr lust
material senses, still they are of constitute the Science of Christianity green I'i -,
: Sylvia N. Poling in a lecture given vital Importance. to UH. Did you Bible we begin to see this and or Christian Science. dedMtd to fight for human of and hatred are allied I ii.". In ,
I Sunday Nov. 15. in Stuurt. ever consider how Intangible even to know God better. In the freed.tf'h the individuality so are sickness and din-n

MISS .:Ul.AB.I'UlIiAUIAN: librarian and Mri. I lurry Ank. The Bible contain: the; law human law are, ? Tak. the law I Scripture. God I I. referred to, Mrs. Eddy's Search man n'd Go'. reign of bar- I Then what is sin Sin .. ?

roin look over children: books Martin that tell* you which sIde I theroud either directly or by Inference Te Knew God mont' .nd belief or l indulgence 'm n:.ievilwhatever ,,
> given to the Conniy Public : fl flIHn't
that and Life
produces governs/ all existence. to drive on. Its a Kood law, a* Mind Spirit Truth PractIcal opposes-'
Made
library by the Junior Woman's Club during Naliomil lIutkNov i Love and SouL Whit doe this It was Mary Baker Eddy who of God I > 1
she /siiid "It concerns: It, because it's made to pao.Sect saw that Christianity sets forth L.W Ihl fun- of God or lo. To sin tn>
Week, 1-7 everyone? Diu you eve see j mean to u.'fConlilder ,, nave recognized to believe indulge
how how n>
you think you live and facts or truths that can be I in the leachdal -
divine Principle isl good
U, hear It, or feel It? No, but you I From this you can
discerned j'QIIthl : see I n. ,
She Christ ?
what becomes of you. When experience It* effect, You lee l Mind. Do w* think of Mind a* p.-oved. spiritually Inll I prophets. teachings of Christian' S.: ,
understood, "it change: the course! law something we i I Infinite Intelligence u ill-know- what the Bible had to say abuut I JesuS 5nd the spuatles. But
in Fact Little ire comprehend make Imperative dews, ,
a Longer I her, about all mankind. Her discovery how to prac- .
think of Mind
with our intelligence. We're l Ink. Ill-wise? To wht.fl. "> neededt\ !
of human to cease sinning. We
.J experience. must 1
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constantly, nrlenclng<< the effects I I I a* consciousness: help u* discern! founding tire them. The world I la far Iron nlze and obey Christ
I Miss Poling I is a member of the of law, something Intangible the nature of Mind a* law. Mind Science are the outcome of her solvM ItS problems of economic truth and the as 'inthe .
All all It I I. uiiselfed, love for God and man I dinlotjtion of dishonesty inbusine&t lr. ,?
i ever-present and
apace;
to the m.terlall.nse. Yet to
Christian Science H'6)). The first .,
; Board of lee. Her work Ii blessing the whole The step ii.
Intelligence. Since apace I II .nd government
Quarter mind and to understanding, law
Century'sAll turehhip. She spoke in Stuart WOo are tangible./ I /filled with God and His Idem world. She labored nearly forty. qunlii/ of merchandise ind And prayer or Christian' ..

mil"'!: Club auditorium after an Now when Jesus talked about H* i I. wherever we ."e. I* it five year to establish this religion wotitttcshiP> i is often Inferior. ence natural.treatment It is, Is umple no

introduction to the audience the kingdom of heaven. he wa I any wonder then that we feel in her effort to help ill The(>i-i,C s, of religion, riediclne, bringing ,"
by into
find their out of the dark- I thinking accord with
Impelled to enlarge the border way psychology leave 'pi
talking I about law, too-I law that scienc, and
Arthur Phillips, first reader of I ness and bondage of materiality. ual law-the spiritual tad
Tourney Score I 1 is vital to each one of ui, that of our universe? much to be ell'C. And we still 4
First Church of Christ Scientist t. I reaches us) right where we are I How doe Mind expresi, Itself She was keenly aware of the fate threat of f war. God and man. It Induct '. ,e"j'<

Stuart sponsor of the lecture when were willing; to learn it I How do you express: your sense spiritual blessings of peace. lit has t the solution toeveri nizlng said acknowledging h ht
of Intelligence or Mind? Isn't it health, and happiness for all whore presence and perfection of (
and It. You God' law problem. 1'0
Sluart" Suilfish Club Wednesday night released hi updated Hill "Actually" Miss Poling laid exist obey for ou' good tee But until w, through thought or idea? Then .. willing to exchange material I haves't' human>we the path hf and His ideal, denying the tai.lv.

'of Fame the All Tournament Record for the past Iwenty-scvcn year "we are all soldien In the great know about them and obey them, that must be how God divine views of God and man for the points\to-' hill path that lead of anything unlike God 01 40.

: Tht'W! art the! largest fish for each specie entered In thai> club'iwinter army of God. dedicated to fight we havenS brought ourselvei Mind 4 fundamental: 1 Himself.step' :in understanding spiritual From' early facts. childhood she felt I I peaco abundance, happiness? If to and God finally for,His expressing Christ. the gratitmli stir'

and summer:! contest. !) for well over a quarter of .a. century. for human freedom the individuality under tection.their operation and pro. God and our relationship the stirrIng of a great life mil healUi,t snd haven't completeness obeyed the* present Truth.

Post this list (or carry it In your lack box) as II challenge of man and God'i reign of The prophets Christ Jeau, and I to Him is to grasp the natureof lion. This I I. clearly brought out I That becai Commandment i! we "Thou shalt You can begin now praying 01
the apostles discerned divine spiritual idea. So let' think in the several authentic biographic I other god before me" yourself scientillcall.v Fit
SA1I.FISH (weight division): John I. Bergaren peace. law Christian Science helps ui bout Ideas Divine Mind unfold of Mr. lea I have(Exoqi"I Z0:3): ). This "me" must thought with the naluie ot I: ias i

(winter 1937-38)) tied 1939-40( by M. W. Otis to understand divine law Mary itself, in spiritual and immortalidea. in Christian l s Reading I be understood to be Spirit, Mind, Mind, Spirit Life. Truth Hind
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Lake Clear Junction N. Y., boat "Mystery", The lecturer poke ,.ubiUntlully Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and .-, end! this I Is the truth of Room. Occasional healing re- I Incluqi'lg ItS perfect idea the perfect divine Prinojte l

Capt. Jack Whilicar 92 IbsSAILHSH. H followi: Founder of Christian Science, creation. God and HI thoughts to lulted from lifting her thought I Pebple tir* reluctant to forsake Love. Know that His cieatioispiritualMind's i I'
God in faith. Yet
(men's length division 1940- Frlendi, do you know that the say In her "Miscellaneous Writ- or ideas ire alwiyi present and of almost through matt r for Spirit. Either they perfect Idea,
): (winter .I. : Bible I. talking bout ? Do Ings" (p. 257)), "The law of God actlv because they are always year total Invalidism I btlievthat Spirit created matter Accept God and His creatioi at
41)) Karl .inter, Charlotte I N.C.. boat "Car- you know that the Bible you cancel flU il the law of Spirit a moral and true.What she realized: that faith alone Isn'tsufficient o* else they leave the creator the All-in-ill of being i. Truth

mae", Capt Jamcn Hasscll 8 ft. 8 In. you? It concern. how you think spiritual force of Immortal and i I. their substance? Since to heat I* Christ Jesus &it* of own universe and right where you are.
how divine Mind." Further on she "God I Is I Spirit" (John 4:24): ), i* did Her failure to end relief HI. Deny the reality or irate of(
SAILFISH. (women's length division): (winter you live and what become thiough medicine belief, in or material
and 0
the best
continue ( 298)) "God I II the I Jesus aid, the substance of allItual what the material senses claim
of p. )
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1961.62) Mr turned
Ideal must be ner moat
Spirit. Accept I to the existence .
law of Life not of death of of
boat "Jimmy", Capl. C. E. Engcbretsen/ 8 It. bin. your woik happineHi' your life conduct, health not of sickness; of good: Spirit and Its 1 Idea 11 the only and more to God. I thingn.>: they worship the god of or discord of any mate\ .
your your Cad your matet lity. They still regard Si
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AFRICAN POMPANO: fl ICj>.15.36)) Arnold E. Hansen 45 Ibs. relationship to otheri. Becauseit not of evil." Can you agree thii fact of being, ind you will hive I physical Although the necessity for themselves i* material beings ness or discord is ilwaj II'i

ALISON TUNA: (winter I940-4I) Fred K. concerni you the Bible tclli this Ii heaven? a baits. for solving your problem I I discovery healingled of Christian her Science to the I with finite' minui and suffer from tachcd to the false concept of >og
However to be ,
Heaven I II harmony. HarmonyI WI seem as a mortal material
you how to think and what to do this eta of limitation.Jesti man if-
\ St. Paul.' Minn. her '
Weyermiuscr, bout
"Three living in material bodies In I primary search wasn't for
1 I. together it a
fitting
to and everything ; ; never attached to God't idea
bring harmony completeness told what would solve I
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Brother Bill Frazicr material I physical healing, but for the \ u
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'AMBERJACK" : (summer I956)) Herbert K. Nix, you may (find yourself. Knowing; on law Christ Jesus How this doe Matter Christian I II Science her mission understanding was to of lift God.mankindout And and tn y that worship him muntworship problem Is one of eole dentiflcatlon. .
explain I
:. Okecchobee, bout "Howdee II", Capt John' and practicing :hh. Bible brought a sense of harmony and the mist mentioned explaineda In the of the worship of matter and him In spirit and in You must deny its ou

Collins 73 Ibs. t H$ ozi aye about ,) change the completeness born blind to situations.multitude A second chapter of Genesis. Matter a false sense of Deity to the war. truth' (John 4:24): ) We must distmgulgtt .r material and mortal I :" t
man a .
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__ ARTIC BONITO: (winter I93J-54)) J, R. Harper. Health, luccem, Inve, friendship! I without food the death of Jurui' i* termed "mortal mind," an hip of Spirit. "Science and creati0P..Mind's petween spiritual ideas are the man God made Its'
Health perfect
Jensen Beach: boat "Captain Add". Cupt J. .... ]laY goodness thke the place o( daughter a tempe t-tollled ..eaall erroneous mental sense Matter J j turns with Mrs Key to the Scrip anu t material unreality re.- image and likeness-kpir a
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7 Whiticar 20 I.Ibi.. 12 oz.. sickness. allure, hate, discord, these yielded to his and under ideal represent cm be the interpreted supposition materilly that- I spiritually scientific Eddy gives way the in I ferret))tl) In Science as "the Adam perfect and Immortal. You >ix
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Handing harmony com "
, t BARRACUDA: (winter 1950-511() ) Dr. A. E. \ sorrow,if and evil. "Thit'i pleteness. is well is spiritually. Jesus which thi may bt done. It Is I and error-unreal because give up all reservation n

J Sceery Whiting, Ind., boat "Hobo", Capt. Jack fl..' hard flow to believe you're"thinking I'd like:., to ink controlled matter on the bail the outcome of her discovery of |)>itrue.Isn't would exist keep you from seeing a

Whitieur ... v -. ".,..,%..... ,46.lb If you've really put the Biblo.to,! 0,, "ChypIastilppe' : ;.. law and that Spirit eternal II substance the real '&the'lNlDture.spiritual. the interpretation of the I we're (iental U time beings we recognize living: In that a I God.you Then as thank a perfect. idea a

1 BLACK BASS: (winter 1 960-61)() ) John Dick; Jr., *" I a practical test. Do you know A point: often overlooked In shadow of mortal and matter belief. only" I .Jtsua practiced s'csmnee-swhlch I world Of thought and give up I 11m.I

1 Stuart ".'.. .. I 1J IN. 8 Ol8. what the Bible lavi about you? studying the wbrds and work of As the effect: of God or Mind I II mitei-i! beliefs? ,The cites Mind True Selfhood elVis
Do know what the law foundIn Jesus h
you Christ I I. that although I '
and '
BI.UEFISH: (winter 1961-62)) Ernest Uxwcll, ?. the Bible can do for you? Are. proved divine law he didn't con- then man your true individuality feunt People and Their !I I I. neve'it- Ideas at ire with at peace. Mind fiends. when the Blot Itt'

: Pahokee .. .. ,.,........e., J<4.lbl. you doing; what it tell you to do? aider the people ready for Its full I I.xplanatlun. and mine, Ii God' highest Opportunities w. ..eat war we have Itseif. When Mind preservation laws neccssar> to 'hi
Idea-spiritual, not materiaL! one of health,happen
U BLUE MARLIN: (hlunner 195V) C. Wn1. Brooks1 k j (; The Bible contain the law that However ht gavtu I What can help young people In and ii made and
and all exist I Each one of u* I la In reality an a world that face tl\ man up of right life of man-when it givathe
produces the so
governs promise "When Comforter many
a : prob.1cm
: Baltimore, Md., bout "Tammol", Capt Ronnie ence. When It Ii really under. I I. come, whom I will tend ides In the Mind that I Ii God. A* ,? The Bible and: Christian ideas,"I shall experience lasting 1 rule for right thinking, ""I.h'i !'

I Hill.' ....,. 316 Ibs. Itood and obeyed our experience unto you from the Father even men, we- are, loved protected Science art for them too. Jesus pcFce J conduct and good relallol>lap' -

: WHITE MARLIN: (winter I95H-59)) Robert T. must be good The understanding the. Spirit of truth which pro- preserved sad embraced in divine said "Suffer the little children to Whw, "bscticed.the truth Jesus It taught Is I I for whom Is it doing thin' ,Nd t

U Roe Sr., Lconia N.J.. Capt. 'Jack Murky 117 lb.. and practice of this law rests crtdcth: from the Father he shall Mind I' come unto me and forbid them real eliminates only for your neighbor, .your to-
God alone Is Life. God is lack dihonest band Wife But M
on a spiritual Interpretation of testify of me" (John 13:28): ) our not: for of such I la the kingdom of COm.Uton. your fO
FALSE ALBACORE OR BONITO; : (winter I 1939- ';\ < the Scriptures. Until the Bible Iii Then shouldn't wt look for tile the divine Principle. of our being i iI God" (Mark. 10:14): ). The kingdom W5 covetouaness and selfish For everyon-n an Individual)
40)) Howard W. Parllowf boat "Ahntt K'Vticu" "' "' Interpreted spiritually. and prac. "Spirit, of truth"? And isn't It the law of Life. This Lift I IswIthout of God the kingdom of probi materi., caust our basl*. Bible concerns ou i

I (winter I 1940-41)( ) C. E. Snyder State College/ |i tired from this standpoint we ire reasonable to expect that wt cm I beginning or end. It is heaven, Is present for ill. ffli in economic* produces for you are, in Truth Gods

S Pa., boat "Lady Peggy"/ / Cupt.\. Edmund Crocker 24 IN. without a definite rule for our recognize: It? perfect Life, incapable of discord I Now the Uw of God or good t ar Spiritual' Ides are dividual man. You're necew
conduct or existence Those studying and proving of my kind. Toil Life Is also | I U present to help young people t.fVVommodlt3r! of the "ni- to God I His expresllon YoU
: BREAM: (winter 1947-4H) Stella Ohcrrmus, Stuart 1 Jib,, 12 oin I might try to play Chopin Christian Science have absolute Love. Ufe expresses the father. in ill they do-to understand vere.ou see, no one has to individuality is necessary to it-

p CHANNEL BASS: (winter 1 1960-61)) Albert Cvpcc, .. without applying the (laws of assurance, that It'* the law Christ hood of God And Love the I their schoolwork; to form right iccun\i Ute No Ideas They're always fee the divine completeness

I Stuart .. ... Jl( I lbs l : music or harmony but I wouldn't i Jesus understood and practiced.We motherhood So lit I I. natural to friendships; to be well; to chooses preBlt.They're one for ha to cove comprehend your ''nil
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become performer. The Bible I law think of God as our Father satisfying worth, and to let true selfhood
a find that is we obey this I ClI't'er-one that your
I -- COB1A: (surnmer 1964)) LIla 1.. Walling, 733 contain the law of Cod that ; heal, u* of everything unlike Mother.Ai I 'ei yes Cod their fellowmen und to one stf steal ideas. They belong I begin to appear righ. not

:r"; BaylMon '.ee burih. boat "Spray, II' Cupt. governs the unlveme and man, God-fear, envy hatred revenge, God' Idea we're forever themselves: to demonstrate In. on evwj-one. Neither does any. you must understand the Principle
*+ Ray Young 6N IN.J Christian Science Interprets that I Irritation unhappiness, sickness safe forever perfect In God. We creasingly the presence of the been% ew originate an Ides It hw of your being God Yin

;:, CROAKER; (winter 1957-58)) Glenn Guiler, law for us that we may perform. It help u* express more intelligence can't be. sick, injured or destroyed. .. kingdom of heaven. They ire. ever bt'Caent b f without forever No one e hit I must Understand your Indostrvt
successfully m our living Whatj j In our work and live more. We're always expressin : entering a thrilling period In Idea when I I. ible relationship to God Von
Cleveland
Ohio
-. 4'lto8, 01%. ever whatever iltuit perfect( action for we can't history. Never rerogpiz5s man's Inoeperability must know Ii
our age our harmoniously with other. This before have such that a* God tf >i ian
: DOLPHIN: (summer 1958)( ) David Entrvkln | lun, we can start wherever we i Is why Christian Science means I associate! too little action too great adventure been in store frm (td and his oneness with II your real Identity i Is 8"1*

,I* Detroit, Mich., bout "Tamnioi", CpI, Ronnie lit i and experience the full bless i so much to thost who \live It. much action or diseased action Think of overcoming the limitstlont Infnite. I, Intelaence. If finite Then you must so live every ota l

_.w Hill( 5J IN. I 12 oz.. :logs of the:: Bible I Je>u bring i ithii A* the key to the Scripture. with in. Idea. At Ideas, reflecting of matter time and apace! the Ideas all I to prove your oneness with
.. I out In one of; hia parableeabuuut Christian Science I I. concernedwith or expressing God we're always Discovering new information, without number or God His expression.If .
SUMMER FLOUNDER: (summer 1961)) Geo. SQ the kingdom of heaven. { how you live youi complete. and whole in God. I In the natural sciences, exploring. of Iinsatatjein..to meet aU the needs a everyone every IMS.

-, "Tiny" Hopkins, Stuart ..., ;Il 14lhs.. ] There wi a man who had a ness, your health, your Now God And HI* perfect idea nuclear energy probing outer humatI all ten everywhere Even I and began tOpei4 "
happl.1 ) chid.
CiAFnOPSAIL CATFISH: (winter 1952Paul -$.\) vineyard and needed laborer to your destiny.: Most ; :.I. i i.Ii. actually constitute( ill the Life space and most Important prac assets jP real resources or some time ech in study 01| '
t
!:.". Mycn, Palm City, lied (winter J lV53-.f4)) work In It. He went out early a1 it helps you to '. there Ii, all the .Truth there Is, ticing the law of God-all offer ness. ever Indlvldu.1 tush- and pondering the great truthi:
all the action there Is, and all "t
In the and thepr..m' the
morning found some law that of
i > governi your being, prospect: hippy rewarding of the Bible and then put
Mrs. Betty Arnold Surf 9 IN. things kat tel
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City
men ready to work. So he raid i Mrs Eddy defines. this Scienceof there Is When. we use circeri. -careers packed with spiritual Ideas. W. into practice, peace and "
GROUPER: (inter 1963-64)) Genevieve Schneider \ > "If you will woik for me until I Christianity "A the law of this spiritual knowledge. It acts possibilities to bring better living our put right Idea to work This .Is would reign in the world. TI*

.'. .. Port Siilerno. bout "Big Diiy", ('IIp!. A '., *-() evening, I will pay you II p nny" i God. the law of good Interpi- al law in our everyday ilTairi. 1 condition, greater educitional WIsSfC 01\> l> uslne. daily reading of the Bible can b*

..- H. Locke 35 1hl. considered fair pay two thoui i Ing and demonstrating the divinePrinciple This I Is how ont woman proved. | opportunities, and peaceful use. The e Ideas sense from? I the most thrilling, trinsfcrminlexperience
land yrar ago. The men agreedsuot and rule' of universal I this to be true. She was alone of atomic power.It tlUve Principle of tile unl. in the lives ol ml
.r JACK CRA VF.l.I.E: (winter 1950-51)I ) I. A. Smith went to woik.A I harmony" (RudImental Divine in her apartment when she heard I II good to be accepted. enJoyed ver.. ot eourse. Then everyone' I one of u*.
New York N.Y.. tied (winter 1959-60)()) Buddy I little: 1 later. the owner of the Science p. I 1))1. It i I. thii law of the sound of a key. turning the and trusted by our friends: of lsipena I' Got'. business Christian Science Interpret

""*. orders, New York City, N.Y., Capt. Jack I vlr.eyird went Into the market I good then that govern. your J front-door lock. The door opened and the way to have friend I I. to There'5 rn0ssuy Unfolding Ideas the practical truths of the B.U

H.. Whiticar 35 IN. plate St'flnllliome men Handing being, that Interpret the divine and she heard, footsteps> approaching. be Interested. in them. But this lever a stoppage .hort. so that we can understand Ihn"
age.
\ Idle he laid "You Into the She stepped to her. intereit I"'a, or ,
HO\ Principle and tule of universalharmony. can't be
I based lmiaton. And It ,
on more
a them
KING MACKtRi.L: (summer 1964) Ernest J. there', .. easily and live
;,, ; ) vineyard too. and I will pay you ." Then it demonstrate bedroom door and camt fact to selfish motive to gain 10 .lln'. are in.
lomethini Ide. comuif" ,
I Jv. Dc hllrmlli*. 37.15 81st St. Jackion Heights, what I* right" And they went that Principle and rule. You face with 0 man of rough appearance. for ourselves Love Ii the most stsntl '. "hen needed. lulfUI the promise of the i

N. Y., boat "Fran L", Cupt. Pert Robertson/ 51 1 IN. to work.Still I this law of good Is something Another man stood inside powerful' force Ir the universe. No eabSuntion tl1o.. their use Cmforer. the teach"Spirit ui U {ir

'? LADYFLSH: (winter 1940-41)) Arthur J. Brown, ,\ later In the day the mm live by. What are wt doi.ig .U'I thfe front door acting is a God the creative Principle ii fleas Using rhtht) ot Ide. I only bu.l. trth.thing ahoud ;i

""* Greenfield, Ma.su., ...!.. 6 IN. IJ OM. went out again and hired I more. It? When we respond to this lookout Love. Cod'i love blessei every One 'I, ll wi ever bl In. It brings the message of tM
leads
?
workers.
Near Immediately the
the end the day vine of universal harmony woman one Just .* the 11/ another
I Principle sun shine And
MAKO SHARK: (winter 1954-55)) Julian W. he found, others and ,dft to them, :: it: bungs about a complete thought of t atittment she hadbeirut .. We must reflect love on just all tile we use. the more they I tender the, loving: healing presentof 01e0'sage !

Schwab New York City N.Y., bout "Spray H*, "WI," do you itind here. Idle ill change In our experience.A previously In a lecture: i u the ray of the sun reflect light muIUI", is Christ Truth. Thi .

:JT:. CarL Ray Young ... 215' IN.: II uzi, dav?" man who was suffering tram "God aud Ha perfect Ideas con-" The or'1' love and friendship we to sell,tii5tst laY We're oblaaled vealing,the Indeed true, Identity wonderful of l r
They replied "Bwause no mm heart trouble had accepted the atitutt all the presence there Is. have !is what we give. right Ideaa and :
*T MANGROVE SNAPPFR: (winter 1950-51)) J. B. hired us." I verdict that he must die i I This truth was *. ml to her that I It we understand that 'he Anolf sightly qUItlel. Ion. as the blessed child of C ,

:? Krystopher Jensen leach ..... 1 12 IN. So h. told> them "Well you go ever, his daughter took imHoW: a 1 she felt nt sense of fear or disturbance. Mind U the source of intelligence ont, bl mane of Integrity. I I and forever .plritul sinless, 1 no*

*'"' PICKEREL: (summer 1963)) MM Umiont Albert- I into the vineyard, and whatno- Christian Science practitioner. : How. she asked her. and that we reflect thi* Intelligence IO.lt) rmplnel. ability. and :I H free '
*
I ever Ii right, that la what I self. could there be thieving! Itelel saves from sin and II.i
son West Palm Beach 4 IN. 10 oil you The practitioner talked with hint any we begin to claim our one who re. not sick *
? Usinning
will receive I bout ( od'. love for His chil. i mortals to the presence that consist God-given ability to do Ive fl work Into i merely by healing a
POMPANO: (winter 1956-57)) Henry Benedict When evening cune, the lordof drum Then she read this passage I only of God and Hilld....? need to do. One Mind whateverwe Ii .. ,'orl with rllt queU. I mortal and then lest n(

;.. Lancaster Pa ._.,.. '7 IN. I the vlneyird Mid to hnitcwurd. loud: from "Miscellaneous' Writ. I IIngs" I Facing the man she spoke pressed. I In both the teaching and- giving never. P" t<< or getting. will of him .a morl. but by revealrgman' Godlike : '

-,:. RED SNAPPER: (winter I95J-56)) Omar "Call! the Uboier,* and (lp. 90)) where Mrs. Eddyanswers kindly. "Well the learning The same Mind Inspires i", unemploYed or un. tre to b Ito, 5
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v x give them their pay, beginning the question "1)0 von He stared it her for a moment, both the questions and der I perfect now. I
Bonhomme M(1Iltrelll111110.111, Capl. .A .J t from the lint to t the first." then said the Duaineau physically and
I Now believe in change of heart? qu'ckly u if talking to answer Many I humanl' ttlora. ,
young people I
iu.Jt.'Vj'
: are with
.. Whitieur \ IN.. thin It the Interesting'. part of the "". do believe, and understand h Im.elt."Thll I II not right Hi putting this truth into li"I" retlon eonCrne identifying.m
1* SEA TROUT: (winter 1962-63)) Sherman Bates ,' Itory. Those.. who were" hired last which I I' more that thee j walked (U the win at the front in their studies I and other practice ictivl-: I alt.bility It. 1\lt,. to The struggle In .Mt

-- West Palm Bouvh .. .,.... 13 lb. I 12 o/v received, a penny. So of course. must bt a change from human. { door and pushed him ahead a* ties They are finding that it "ln" b. in iOwd day In its race for Ir.a:
when thtwe who were hired fastthey ,. they left quietly. I wit but cmpttin should be enough to
flection, desires, and lima, j, worki. ollr.
z SHEEPSHEAD: (winter l9A2-f> ) Milton S. ,Davis! \L I I II. .time I << expected more, : but the divine standard 'Be ye Her acceptance of a spiritual Students who I h 1 Idel."It t un. everyone from the dream of ml-
J Jensen Beach .L'Vfc'A': t 1111',. a 12 filch one received( an equal therefore perfect'" fart acted a* a law to the situation I discern the spiritual are learning force to I ar p e Writer. "rl. The twiality. The Bible I e.l"i ito u ,
or
: SNOOK: ((winter J 947-48)) J. D. Gray:, Stuart .,.,.,'. -2 IN. ULS'I lamnnnt--a penny. The practitioner said. "Now if and brought .t'nll.t hir- laws that create and govern the I cln thl teah.r.finds awaken Christian Sienc.J

;.. SPANISH MACKEREL: (winter 1946-47)' Uud Thl caused quite a furor. you have a grudge against any. mossy It ctuldnt help but blew universe and man find an Invariable I I ht tl ( abilities the spiritual Itepretr. delr" 'f
epand ,
They<< complained "Why these the men well. herself "God Il I h to truth .
: body, hate someone you'd M 11 lee
or
Principle
which fur "
on to ls..n and :
Claff Randolph, Mast 8 Its,. II list men worked but uaccat How :0 'i
o/\ one hour better get it out of your system and His perfect idea constitute bass their itudy. Then tile Uw I 'n I jrour true
SPECKLED PERCH: (winter 1954-55) Prcxton B. and you have paid them the same This can mean your healing. 'Be .U the prtstnct there ..." and forces of tile physical: universe 0 j =b oo' -' this &? It is

-" Graham Augusta. Ga. : IN. I 12 o/v I wag. ,ii an. We hive done thegreater ye therefore perfect'Startled TkrM Jews .* taught bv our schools: I God II the ..latl11p : b.plrt.l. D material T
part of 0. IzipleChrIst
your work and the man replied. "Oh, r are neither t to I | len., of Spunt ;
disturbing to
.
-'. TARPON: (winter 1962-63)) Edward Kulisek through the heat. of the day, tuo" Mint's Impo'"lbl..'" Jesus understood the nor' difficult to them I right ,. and 11 l\ea al al finite ld such you re6e

Fort Pierce IsO Iii... I 12 till. The owner of the vineyard 1',. The practitioner said "Oh. no preitnct .f God better than infant Whether ont i is understand I God gqoWe mua a I You oil
studying i
=- :TRIPLET: AIL: (winter 1960-61)) W. D. Britt.", .*.. i, plied btcause that he did them no wrong it lint God who is all powerful.m else who hn ever Iive Ht showed divine ar-
everything! everywhere, created u* how to obey other subject he Ands that 1fol : .
whatever
TUNA (BLACKFIN): (winter I 1952-53)) J. W. Rev TV I did Jesus t.e. thIs !par- you perfect and Is abl. .to keep ; law to vercomt: the belief In a hints eternal Truth has Its W O riV. rt of Hia presence. Cod's P1"]

-' Springwood Farm Pa..bout& "(.iinnel II", C.pt' : ,p-f "' allle"The? Me begin It by: saying you that way-but you have tt ,I Ute and power apart from God nxmdjtioQ\ in God. Spiritual discernment I When ne thouchts. You have Truth so*

A. A. Whiticar. tied (wimmer 1962)' ) Gary ', kitwfem of heaven II like obeyHaswd.: AaGudIoYaqOu. 1 JfJIII claimed God .* his reveals what is true S1chotdy an4 lilne. L. to direct and guide
unto bajes'trun
Wilhelm Orlando bt>at "Skipper H", ('.pi. holder.I .man." Matt.Mwt. i la *n howe- you have to love other men. Father Christ was his citrine and as a result uncovers what is > w ltt.t are alway complete a
( 20.n, So he .
Soon after the man and his title beciutt> tf the true Idee of raise to Spiri
in :
IUb from
J. Whiticar; 1 Jb any toct. the t. I
A. { used it to tell I
u* something bout 'nandmini5 *
daughter left, the daughter tele. .od which, : bt taught and proved standpoint of the thf U the kingdom
t t
v wTHOOT (winter 196J-64)) Paul A. Walker, Hi>/b, .: ) ;|1'' ,>! > the klngdum of heaven." Now phoned the practitioner: and said christ Jesus didnt appear until Principle God. changeless ;i The pett t cY 10 llte. I band for each ..'

Sound (bout "Spray It". Capt. Ray Young .. 85 It's..J *should ome of I you may '''Will.'h, You certainly hit the nail on. mankind was ready to receivt: isaviour No one attains success &In life bl.1. f Ql. i I What are we doing abou
:.: want to know atxnit the father has despised f I Im and although' Jtsus rose who hunt all h1 I 'htMa'WelaborgUdayerr
,,'LkKFlSI-IifliCt 1946-47) eMI {,rllhui, the kingrluin or h a''t'n' Its the he-'io; learned dm-ipUae. sparstuej I and hour.
u* at burnt the kincdom haS'"i'aUy
thirty-fit Christ
..- > year* Mght, ftc Laws rttt protect us unlenn 1b i live anua do. of
Mkh. 9 IN.
Hastings ; prtaeal" that conceiDi rot. But %.hto h* tarn horn today, fe* TruU kt tiout ud pmtrf. .r them. Obedience U BUM* J".4sa I I I ing present tor aflJussaa'I'

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-" ,'- ......"I.. t.r, ,. ,, a,'' "a wrres church. All three are to be present lorv Mrs Kay Hoffman md Janet Mrs. Murray to I I TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWS
at each dance 'I School News Church News Rik\, also ol Naugutuck, were 'Ihunday, November 19. 1964 5-D
PALM I weekend of the Give Talk toSecretaries j
CITY I'NEWS Charles' Knudson church board guests Tak>n.

MRS. AMTA chairman Mrs. Knudson Ain :I The Parent l Uacher Association UNHID CONGREGATIONALThe : : AIn Beatrice Zdara of Toledo Here get to know your fellow secretaries
111R1'r, Correspondent 287-5582 Virginia Wilson wife of the pastor meets Tuesday. Nov. 14 at 8 p,m. Ohio, is toe guest of Dr and ," said a spokesman.
8rartatwtsras.r...M\. ", ",'''....ta ;sa and! Mrs. Anita White were Parents wishing. to view accomplishments Methodist Youth group; of Mrs. George Bad in St. Lucia Vis Mrs Rosaleen Murray manager
wawrrer chaperon ol the students and Stuart will be guests of the Oonwetfauonal ta. of the Stuart Chamber of Commerce TELEVISION FOVrj'DEKTelevision -
Youth Club A rafts,hncent area has been setup All enjoyed the well supervised discus problems do so at Youth group Sun i will, be the guest speaker
1thc/ >' do not conduct themselves dance and they will be held each: 7:30 p.m. when leathers may will. be day Nov. 2: from 5 to 7 p.m. for The Gordon McDonalds!! are at the monthly meeting of The owes a debt to 4
as >oung ladies and gentlemen Saturday night. Membership cuds in their rooms to receive them. vewer services by the river. Refreshment back after a summer at their home I National Secretaries Association, rtineteenth-centuty Irish telepx
DanceThe they will be asked I leave. wiN soar be on sale will be served. in Duluih. Ml n. the the
to M I'll. Wallaces se The dance hours 7 30 to
The officers arc: Jimmy Sprad- II arc, : starting a new cOlICeptlUlot' modern Tho Senior Youth Fellowship Gay Jerome wilted a thirty..lx- Martin County Committee of 100 hit first radio messages, Louis M'y(
newly organised Youth Club: Icy president.; Lana Martin >tee ant pm.mtcr.r: cioMiu rsoff andchaperones mathematics They read and will hold a car wash Nov. 18 and Inch coral snake at his garage door I Monday, Nov. 2J discovered in 1873 that the elemenfSkkmiiin /
held its first dance Saturday Nov. president! ; Joy'ce Spradlcy secretary and exchanged books and also have 19 from J.JO: to 5.JO: pm at the last Thursday morning. She will talk on "Our Community
are !to n home of Tommy Wolfe on All 0111,1! translatt Imht t 1"1." >
Jerry "
14 in the Mawhuuiey, treasurer :club access to film strips! and have viewed secretaries are invited to
civic center clean the bath The I also II" i iI
with many and Judy Moore, dance instructor.' some. Catherine Green Palm American Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shelton Ronald I attend. "Come and meet us and '1 .1 i, 'i 11m!''''< s
attending. There
committed fee each
are new rules, I The United Church of Christ to pay a night 7 ( and Edward of Evansville, ,
officers and for the the Members of City has joined the staff of Mrs. Sunday at p.m a family meet I .
have a first time they I (Congregational) board is their they the sheriff use center. will Net e Schnurbusch in the cafe Ina will i be, held in preparations Ind, are living in the Fenneman
sponsor and counselors sponsor! Counselor are Rev. W. department patrol for the coming Advent season. Do Apartments. He is associated! with '
Rules are wash pants, I E on dance nights.SHOWIR teria.The A peerimbt does not need our aervcle.
sport Wilson. Peter, 76.
Chaplain Gary it yourself directions for making the track on Highway '
with the \ Palm City will hostthe '.
tails Tigers d
flirts in
for buys and Mr+. Leu leader of
Williams true Advent wreaths and floating
lie DOESNT EXPECT to ft paid
The girls, schools : HONORS: Port Salerno Wildcat! at IIa
clothes or dress, the Senior Youth in the candles with, the children Mrs Edith Butts attended the
being
.. group I)()\:N.1 SN:' \'DIR .m. Nov 21 1. Tigers; will be wearing shown how to do simulated stained i live telecast Sunday at the Colonnades ayway.. All others need our service.MERCHANTS ',
A miscellaneous bridal showerwas new white and blue jerseys glass. Hotel Palm Beach Shores.
held Saturday evening hon The county health nurse gave The program about the Communist '
Members of Laura Circle
OUR PRICES oring Donna Snjxicr, by her aunt i tuberculosis tests to the first and .Anna i dove in today's world was sponsored ;
Mrs Charles Clapper ofV 't fourth grades Friday Pictures were i meet at 6 p m.Marion by Churches of Christ in
ARE THE LOWEST Palm Beach. taken Monday morning. risk Circle was scheduled southeast Florida. CREDIT BUREAU!
to sponsor a program at the u
The shower was held at Don Mrs. Ralph Stewart Pelican
na's home. The house was decorated Persons church Nov 18 at 7.JO: pm. on Cove has been released front the nUKaat
We are acutely aware of the high prices of prescription drugs Enjoy the "Inmate-Out" rroaranAll are MARTIN COUNTY'S LEADING CRtUit: "+
and with white streamers and urged to attend and bring s friend. hospital. 900 COLORADO AVE (DEIION BLDG.)STUART
are constantly striving to keep our charges as low us they clusters of white wedding bells Covered Dish Meal
can be. However we will never fake r chance with any material. Games wero plaf'eJ. Pares were BVPUSTIntermediates Happy birthJay to Ale Rodger Above Stuart Tackle Shop
The Palm City Civic Organization Chan<'eY on Nov. 21.
won by Samara Cobb, Patty Zar-
but the best when It CIHIICJ to filling jour d Mr and Mn. Charles Morgan
Wincbrcnner. covered dish supper. Forty-six persons Union will meet at the Van Tui-
attended and home All American Boulevard West Palm Beach were weekend STOCKS.
Donna was the recipient of many they thorough nee on 36 GROWTH
of Anita White and
nice article for housekeeping. ly enjoyed a good meat. for a social: Nov 20 at 4.JOpjn. : guests sons.
I Peggy Burchurd Fort Pierce wasa Osted In the current"MoatL"
Cake and punch were served The center ", decorated witha visitor and dinner ...wtn be found conveniently
to the following guests: Mrs. Don golden horn of plenty and gilt Youth groups of all county Baptist i Sunday guest. Re view*...plus 54 cyclical issues, 24 income stocks aad 34utilities.
% Snyder, the honoree's mother, Patty spikes of wheat and the tables with Churches will be guests of Mrs. Dean Coleman and daughter Each month our Research Department sifu and
a ', Zarmtv Marlene Ormsbec, Mrs. yellow, pink and white mums. At Tropical Farms Baptist youth for Beverly, of West Palm Beach culls wealth statistical Information and opinion la their
a a, Jane Hall, Janie Brown, Pam Ax- the conclusion i of supper{ each a social; at 7.JO: pm, Nov. 21. I i were weekend, guests of Patrolman a find each stock accompanied by
ton Judy Burkey Helen Winebrenncr person stood and introduced him- All W.MU. meet Doc 1st 'and Mrs. Warren Blue of Loop search for values. Youll
1
a r rr Shirley Eldndge, Samara first Baptist !Stuart, for a covered Road. peninertteasyto-relld data on price, dividend, yield, eirn-
; ?at4rftrfR Cobb Pat Proper Norma and Self.A short business meeting was dish supper and study of foreign : Mr and Mrs, Tom lord spent (rap and price/earnings ratio.These lists can be of great aid
AI! a "r Barbara Snyder the honoree's sinters held with Ld Miller acting president mission course conducted by Mrs. I'' Sunday in Melbourne with their to the tax conscious Investor seeking yearend tax switching
Vicki and Karen Smith of in the absence of President lhompon, wife of the association daughter; and family They all attended opportunities. In this respect, the "Review" also! feature n
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Fort Pierce. Dawn, Rebecca and. Andy Zglimcki. Reports were give- al missionary. church In Indialantic whereRev discussion of "Your Tai end Securities Program
WAhU the church with' timely
met at
Charlotte Clapper West Palm I en ant correspondence read. Paul Cochran Is pastor, The lUrvtrttr.
( Cities Service rat! International
t the- regular monthly Nov. on
meeting plus reportt
Beach. Rev W L Wilion Chaplain ('ochrllnlire: former, residents of
Those unable to attend but !vending Gary Peters and Mrs.! Leta Williams 10. The program about" SouthernBaptist I Stuart and! lived just' off Palm Mail the coupon fur your copy.

..,.. gifts were Mrs. Alice Hough counselors for the newly- work In Korea was. given. [ City Road.Mr ..............................................
.. and Beth Williams formed Paint City Youth Club, by Mrs lime Kindber, Attending
with us officers and some memo were Mrs Pauline Crews., Ale and. Mn. William MeClung flew. seal .. a copy of your MW "...oolhly..vlew..
YOUR REXALL STORESTUART Marietta Ylnglmg, Mrs. Irancis and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oi"at.",
Mr. and Mrs Fred Uatsch bers
owner were present. Rev. WII'IOn.sX1I.ewnlln. _._.._.._............. SN
of the coffee shop In the post read the list of rules Grose, Ale Belle Myth, Mrs tended a birthday celebration in N ..._ _
DRUG CORP.OPPOSITE office building have moved into the and stated that the !board of the I Densie Davis Mrs. Reeme Tatum, West Pulm Beach Monday honoring
Nelson cottage on. Michigan Ave United Church would I sponsor Mrs. Latitia Gillcspio and Mrs. Mrs Herbert Blackwell. She A.wr-,....*,*...'.......,... .Ck'.,,..,.,n.Stste.........u..
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nue. During Mr. Gatch illness them. He asked!. for use of the ............... -----
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the shop was clotted but is now center to resume the Saturday AVSKMIILV or GOD school mates.
open for business again. night youth dances. Permission
was granted by unanimous vac The Royal Rangers boys of the HIRSCH & CO.
.,AFTNEPEIplIl7AllPEtXtl
youth wilt on a ,
group camping
It was decided that three floodlights go
be installed. trip, overnight Nov 20, out 10Rtllp POPIt polar. N.. lore li.c* !.....(. ,
After the meeting card tables at the lucks PkrceRLS1IXJNIS
101 South Second Mrtfl, Fort
' were set up for games to be played I
reRSONnts TALL lOLL-IREEl
i Priies were awarded high i or sruARr
I WlptltAMERICAy-. ATLANTIC 7. 4100
The City Government scorers Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen,
Ashtabula, Ohio and Mrs Dun I
Garden Club Meets \Velton and daughter visited Mrs, t iS15r MAIN OFFICEi IS Bro.J 11 eat 1, New York 4, N. Y.
of Stuart Myrlen Mead last Wedn4'IIlay alt '
The I Palm City Garden Club crnoon. Mrs Olson and Mrs, Mead mar-krt and
' held the first meeting of the sea are old school males. The Olsons listen! to daily ws avenge:3t1St4liull
wit Llcvcn members and ': MIRA 1 1400< on your dial
Needs one are guests" of the Wcltons in North
t- guest met Thursday punning at River Shores. (tiwa 1 ? J tJ the home of Mrs. Susan Nyfelcr. e Mn.w rwsp., ? ...... hMSMt gr"d"e* w"aa.r ..
Mrs. day Jerome was co-hoMet.' Alit George B. Smith and houseguest L_ 'lilt wa

Kenneth S. Stimmellon talk Mabel on. Putney color co-ordination gave an Interesting in gar for the, Mrs.winter Lisle I at I the Ur with r:home here t _____ _n._ __ ._ ____..___ __ n __.n .. ---.. --.

den and hunk on Michigan Avenue. They are
Others present wero Mrs. WalI from Dordcntown: N. J, Inc.
Growers
do Homan Mrs. Quality Orange
the P. W. Mall Mrs AdelU ('hrl"lOlIlfn.. ,
w Mrs C L. 1'aikcr Mrs. Albert
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Susan Ny (slur, Mrs. Anna and.
MTrTJtR: : OF ORANGES
Bursanl. Mrs. I'dward'kirkhiirt: ,
I Mrs. Homan Mn Clara
Margaret
Commission Mrs. Margircl, Honmn Mrs.'Harold
City Jerome, Mrs. Ruth Bronx, Mr TO }
Puuiey, Mrs. Bout and
George and Mrs, John Patterson, Mr and
guest Mrs. Beatrice Alara.Mr Mrs. Albert Vincent and Mr. and II. P. HOOD ANI SONS, INC.
Mrs. Herman Miller attended the
and Mrs. Mjrlen Nfead PROCESSOR AT UUNL1NN
seafood demonstration at the igrk-
had a surprise birthday supper /lorMrs. cultural last Available
1 Barbara Ko/clka Nov. II. building Thursday. I las Additional Memberships
He is the only candidate with u platform. Mrs. ko/elka was eighiy-sevcn Mr. and Mrs. W ldt> Ionian
yean old. She received a large and! Mrs. Margaret Homan called l or Growers and Suppliers .

I He is u man of conscience, he will not make state number of cards and calls wishing on F. Goodlicart In Fort Pierce
her a happy birthday. Mr. and Ihursday afternoon. they had Guaranteed Return Including Yield and By-Products
ments or take position at the expense of conscience. Mr. Lvervtle; : .hri"'mIl and joe supper with the Larl: tomans in
DiUa were supper gunts. Vcro Beach and Mrs. Margaret CALL OR Will IE

lie is u strong leader, able to make intelligent! Mr and Mrs. Travis Sumc and I Ionian spent the weekend there, Ralph Brtocklow or luh Bulkkkr.

decisions under pressure, is not indecisive, nor will he family have moved from the Mrs, Kite: Connell Naugatiak a loa 91f. IHtiwdla faune 7JJ112Iw
Icnmman Apartment In one of ben, is bah for the winter. .She-
evade important issues. the Savage homes on I lax"n Rood. will Hay with the Herbert Tsy
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has services the commission slum t4" "'' t@'tl+"'.' f. Q' t' 'rEt.' $. '
I Ic by past on : vgm&gi ."tP. G S tlCte" ltQ$ 'i, hr.t4' tfi 'C i 'i .rtQC a' r. .

that he has sound policy making abilities. I Ic does not 1

merely say that he has. PIT I T FURNITURE ACCESSORIES GIFTS

He[ shows imagination and initiative without *9
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being foolhardy or reckless. .. ,
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He has always maintained sane fiscal standards t. ':

which meet with the essential needs without opening the ,. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS HAVE JUST ARRIVED

door to inflation, waste, graft or corruption. I j t f .

t r 1' You cordially invited to come in and ace our new shipments
He has always been a guardian of the people'srights 1k arc

upheld the established law and has never been I l' Kj}ra arriving daily of the finest in home furnishings

inclined to be a law unto himself. I Sofas Chairs? Bcd room Dining Room FurnU!

I !P tare Accessories and Gift items at prices you cant

He has always put the welfare of Stuart and its! I, afford.

people before himself or his business I it S

He docs not indulge in generalities, dreams or I' f USE OUR LAYAWAY PLANt

grandiose plans but always got down to specifics. layaway your Christmas Gift( selections now, while

He has the courage to insist on necessary but unpopular t you pay at your convenience.We .

the welfare of the city. j
for general
measures .
He does not follow the line of (least resistance nor docs .. will deliver free of charge before Christmas, or

he tell the people only what they want to hf. tr.Ile I a on Christmas Eve.


is not an opportunist intent only on being Reclining Chairs . . . From 49.95 Smoking Stands! . . . From 9.95
He seeks the office as statesman who \ision
elected. a Occasional Chairs . . . From 18.75 Pottery Glassware! . . From 1.95

embraces the next generation. .I 9 Platform Rockers( From. 19.95 Sofu Pillows . . . From 1.50

I Lumps From 2.95 Ash Trays . . 1 From 1.00)

VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT ti Pictures 2.25 Pole Lamps . ? . . From 9.95

Floral Dinette Sets . . . . Prom 39.95

KENNETH S. STIMMELL and Plants Arrangements. . e From 3.50 l Hassocks . . . r e . From 7.so


I I )lw OAer IMS Te. N..erw Te Itrths. c.'u.. He DO Take Tr.b-l. Cfco. .. Ye..r New

CANDIDATE FOR STUART CITY COMMISSION( :,, I'seaMere '.- Ue Aaw1 We WM Che Yew fair 1re4-t.. tatee. & Yew Used Feretor


KENNETH S. STIMMELL I a man conviction, FREE PARKING BUDGET TERMS FREE DELIVERY

capabilities is truly needed on the Stuart City
courage, ij
You are urged to vote for him rllesJa)., mk MM m M Phone(61.2820( {
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Aft SmART (Flu.) NEWS This ,.llul:. :< pei tent over I and chrysanthemums. During the W' ..,. ..
Thimday. Nnrrmbcr 19, m4 I 19O.( covers a hoof items which'" nine-tnonth !ae mon. O c lob e i "
-r-- if taken separately would be of through June 1963-64, a total of ,'. .
Mums relatively little consequence. It include 502,974 cartons (twenty-two bun :: : ", '
Shipments >J
stock of citrus: '
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nursery dIes each) of cut chrysanthemums
F poaches. outer fruits her-
pews
were shipped out of the state This
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Are IncreasingFlorida net Md pQC81)j It covers ornamentafe x
both l'oweriag and grate, volume it 13 per cent over the
and indoor potted plants. The figure previous year. Cartons of potted ,
production of mmery also includes a wide variety of chrysanthemums! numbered 93.-
find greenhouse. product, flowers out flowers of which gladioli i chrysanthemums r
613 (six pots each) last year and ate
and bulbs has been Increasing in and orchid ere the showed an Increase of 17 per cent.
recent years, reaching a value of I most important. Gladioli shipment came to 786-
562.116.000 at farm :level I last t year, I "Significant and detailed mar 153 hampers (of twenty bunches
the Florida 1 ; State Chamber of Com- keting information on nationwide each), up 8 per cent.
acres reported. distribution *is available on gladioli J_
.-. "Shipments of these' flowers usually )
peak in March and April. r e
Future trends indicate a relative
fHONB AT lA1SS gain in the movement of Florida
flowers by air."

CUBS PROTECTED

If a bear looks small don't shootit.
? Any hear less than one year ti
r A old and ICM than lOt() ) pounds in
weight it defined as a cub hear, :
and cubs are. protected at all t times, ,,,l. .
jLocntedQn Route 707, lee
sours r. KKU.EHM AIM w an inM BARBARA ANN LINDSEY a
SECRETARIALSHRVICB N
Largest Supply Of Artless Material In Martin Count' )
PICTURE FRAMING OLD PAINTINGS RESTORED
-, 'tlvi' '3"Vnrt'lllr< 1; Etp) < 'Jtn ftfi <"'> rs 287-4637

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r t '." f 'HIE BOW AND ARROW can be as deadly as the gun-in the hands of an ex row to end ilie'c of f a five-foot diamondback rattlesnake which he encounteredat
WEDNESDAY ,NOVEMBER 25 pert. At left, Amos Schramm, Stuart flower grower and accomplished archer, an archery range near Fort Pierce Thursday, Nov, 12 At right, with his scope- II
shows how he used his Damon-Howard 34-full bow and an aluminum target ar- mounted bow Schramm shows how he got the rattler in \the head on first shot.

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( I killing the wood. If you cut out stay in the shqd; until you're sure 1 the winter month Remember that
tile How to Construct a wood soon after a cold spell, you I of the exact extent of cold dam I plants suffering from lack of water

as day progresses 1 I might discover that you have cut I age.Don't I may not survive the double I
out live wood. So let the shears spare the water ''during suffering of cold and drought.
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j I /ft' t ; rt .;/ '" you like 'to stare at neighbors winter, locate the window box on I '

j. ._ ,,> ......__. .," DI \ .A.11 w: in a in casual window way,boxes.try planting flowers the sunny side o( the house.A I
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good soil mixture for houseplants b ,
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\I .. .. ... ..PJ'V'-- This way you can gate and get is equal parts of sand, peat
: subjects) for choice gossip while moss and good garden soil. To each
Sportsvtrcarw 1\ tuking or faking care of the flow. bushel mix in a half pound of complete
.. ,.\' IJHW() 'JO/.I ,{j anfRffssel ers. fertilizer, such as 66.6 org

} }. I f \ 'Dic1ak .Constructing! window boxes can -tlrg. VOTE I
and Roosters II be a do-it-yourself project. How- It'. not a good Idea to grow over a
n ever, if a hummer in your hand two or three kinds of plants perwindow
becomes a misguided missile and box You may like to consider
;: 6 ',..: 1.' :1 tends to hit the wrong nail, then color! combinations, too. This
p 1I ,' it'. bent to hire a local handyman could include blue pink and
to do the job. He can install! a win white; red, white and, blue: red and
,. ,j dow box in short order.A yellow. ; or red with white. Trailing
4'Tequesta good soil mixture planting vines and green foliage plants FOR
\\I J material adapted to the exposure, go well with all of these.
Drive, 'Tequ'esta Di.11 6.3 and plant care are necessary for Suggested plants for growing in
the success of your window Hill window boxes are begonias coleus .
u __ project. Also, for_best ,results: In ferns, wandering jew, vinca,
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geraniums, pansies, petunias, pos
tuluca, marigolds, I na'turtiumand

verbenas.This is the beginning of the I

HOT-NEW DODGE season. for transplanting trees and
11 t shrubs. The first step is selecting DAN McCLURECITY
healthy plants with good root and
lops. The next activity Is to pre
pare the planting site. For bed
I plantings inch as roses, dig in
tour pounds of complete fertilizerper
DODGE
,, FUN-SIZE 100 square yards of f space.
for trees or shrubs!; dig a hole COMMISSIONER
one-third larger in diameter than
the plant's roots. Mix a cup: of
fertilizer and a generous quantityof
FUL'L-SIZE DODGE peat In the top soil. Place the
plant in the hole slightly lower MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST MASON VETERAN OF WORID
than it grew in the nursery Fill In CHURCH OF STUART )WAR .11 I. .
around the plant with (the soil-
'' peat-fertilizer. mixture. When. the MEMBER Of' STUART .KIWANIS' 1IARRIF.D.l1lRF.E CHILDREN
bole is half filled. settle the loose! CLUB IN BUSINESS:
AL'l-'NEW DODGE earth with water and repeat the (COUNTY CHAIRMAN OF FLORIDA '
watering when the aroundthe .
space PETROLEUM: COUNCIL:" GRADUATE FLORIDA STATE
plan is filled! and firmed. UNIVERSITY:
Around the base of the plant PAST PRESIDENT OF STUART -
form a dish-shaped basin to hold VOLUNTEER: FIREUV.VS: AS. 'N PRESENT CITY COMMISSIONER:
water Mulch the with strawor
LOW-P.RICE DODGE leaves and shade art i it is necessell
: Watering newly set. plants .I
regularly is very important.
With rainfall at a low point at
\ (this time of year, it Is a good 1 ideato MY REASONFOR
conserve: soil moisture around!
... ,/ .,..t citrus trees by keeping down winter *
.:r ..;... weed The weed eradication SEEKING OFFICE:
program also keep the noxious
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"' ,, > I-r- ::J, pests from using the fertilizer you
applied to the trees.
,> \\bile hoeing around the fruit (A) TO proceed with 'present progressive plans for
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tree inspect them for scale. Remember -
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x.) > I .' don'tJ oil spray for Stuart.ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
. J. . scale control during cool! weather.
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Pit makes most dooryard' planting '

cold less! weather resistant One to damage material to during use I HOPE TO ACHIEVEA

: : :'BS Dodge Coronet for scab: control during winter is

: : : : at matuthion\ the-rate JO of three per cent teaspoons. emulsion per ( ) To continue the present progressive program -

t. Llls"'1,1 . . . . gallon of water If necessary, follow without increase in taxation.
with a !second application of
1)' . : . malathion about three weeks later.
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: $22 Continue Street
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T :" 5 7 Don't he too anxious to prune 1. Building Program.

out "dead" wood I from your shrub*
.ov following a coW snap. Cold will 2. Participation in beautification of our area.
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> ; i often defoliate branches without.
This Is IU! The car that even has the experts)( amazed A full-slze, ftdl-comfort car with al 3. Continue Street Lighting
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",. .t; i of Dodge's big car ride and dependability. And it'* your (for less than the so-called low ...I A r
t 2 '. ., price three. See your Dodge Boys today for the deal cf your: hf. on the car: of lOut lift- :P:.. DUPLICATE LICENSE: (1)( ) To maintain the harmonious and co-operative

Dodge Coronet. Sportsman who lose their hunting spirit of the present commission which has enabled
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.;. fI 1> for 25 crass from the office of the our city to begin its forward movement.
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) iJWJt" county judge who Issued the on.
i' "., l 't' J ae I 2 N 1 inal; license. Your Vote And Support Greatly Appreciated i
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.11': ULMER MOTORS 301 S. DIXIE STUART n.A. Rags was the only material used
in nuking.papers and ft was not .....I- ___.__ -
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? haze a julrbite cause into cocral: useS
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Credited with helping the city of ume totaled.S8M).000,000) in 19M. fI'i>. '!': :? .t ,' Trailer Tnnrwfay, November 19. M6l 1tl
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Harhngen Tex. recover from severe I according to the Bureau of Advcr :. ;:,:: .. }
economic difficulties ti nJ' v... >\\i __ ,: Vi ,:"' <':':' '\' ; another !season at Holiday
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I Park News Notes
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. .,"" ,, \ Mr, and Mm, Ed Oilier, Mfchi.

Jan t't''lident.re back for another
>> tllajl.tJ.\ <'Ibo I
season in the perk.
: Mi and Mrs, Louis Kruczynski
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Mrs Martha Wedtake of Ohio
,', ; e, \i arc new residents of the park. They
's'4 has returned and will spend the
PLEASE \ \\1111'i .d. lust week from Columbus, winter here.
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The first ran preee to be Introduced .
Mi and Mrs Jack Budle.110
) wee the SMtnhape& press
I hrc, t n H'nkinonville N. C.. have re- lion i the Furl of Stanhope in
i Illrn J tor the winter I 1 1798,tOf .
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N,'w Jcrseyrieswho have return
.d.r lor another season at Holiday Professional
arc: Mrs Ann Panels\!, Rumen, ,
.nil Mr and Mrs. Frank Carmen [Hearing Aid Service
nf Boswowl.. Captain and Mrs.
// yon are NOT receiving the t Furl Dare of Rriclle. owners of IVY A. BYRNE,
N the: park have also returned Certlfkd I Hearing Aid
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MARTIN COUNTY ., :d : ,t' Mr and Nfrt Fred Shaw who Andlnloglst
host spent! the past couple month,1! Specialists In Quality Hearing
.. I W? ,* I' In the Cup* Cixl .area of Mastuehusctts I Aids Batteries Ear Molds and!
"J R arrived home the post' Repair of All Makei ;.
FREE PRESSeach ., Maio .
THR JAMES G\RVhV RESIIF.NCE. IN IIOMfWOOD ON SFWUIS l POINT weekMr 506( N. 7th Street, Fort Pierce .
and }Kfrs. Carl rrcom.. I ((1 nimk N. of fire. Station) :;
pluming about a n csceptksnally HOward 13033in

week Garvey Residence in Singing- Homes Tour drv- --summer in the usually -lush ....


\Ve started the Free Press in The second home to he openedto lied "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" I'of William Ambler park.l1j'Crllt. I deep in (hristmns Irunniin!s \and Folk
Aug. Following the tour of homes, decorations tor th
the public on Sunday, Dec. 13 I, tendent preparing I'
ust, when many people were out of from 1 to 5 p,m, is that of the lea will be served at the Ralph I' Tickets are on sale now at Val's event which the public is im ,i t..J I Now h the lime In come In and "select
Evinmlc estate, where Christina Bookstore. the Stuart Department to ftltend Miss Jean Ross ,is hckrt t
town for the summer. \Ve provided James Garveys In the Homewood decorations! cakes and cookies, Store and bv members of the Ciur- chairman, assisted" bv hit* Ilik/ your hrKlmiM dintst have comp'I.t. *

enough copies to cover every postal the Section most of elegant Sewalls modern Point.hornet One of in and All work other is goodies being will done be under for sale the ,1--den Club.- -The .club-workers- are -FunnellsoliJ.iUxl- .. -- .. ,y q selection at all prltes and remember,

route and every ACTIVE postoffice the area this will be the back. co-chairmanship" of Mrs. Norma we nerd from 4 In 12 dull' In prrsnnall/e
box at that time. ground for the Garden Club of Johnson and Mrs, Paul 1 Bryant Jr Grumman Shows I II interim statement showed
Stuart decorations of their "Singing This it the Garden Chins I one a ml income of $7.MS.702eciiial (Ihrm.
Monies big, fund raising affair this year to S3.40 "per share, compnrcJ ,
But a lot of people have returned Each of four hornet will followa and according to Mrs Johnson it I A Hike in Income II to a net income of $<
d from up North, or are new residents, different Christmas Carol theme, will be well worth the price of a I, or $2 50) !per share In I9M dross
\ The Garvey house will providethe ticket and will help compute the A comparison of nine month sales won .BII,1II7.274, compur
and are not receiving it, according! setting for decorations of a beautification projects now being figures in a consolidated interim ed U> sm.-?:UK of the IVM'

t many complaints we have received.It I religious--motif- -and- -- will.. be- -enti.--undertaken--,- --under--- the- supervision- -- --- report by Grumman Aircraft Infineering I third quaiur mink STUART OFFICE SUPPLIES
Corporation shows a 36 The firm conduits" j'Crh"l'ntal

\ you are one of these, please write per cent increase in net earnings lest nights' fromithum I Ild.t. 727 ('OIOH-l '()() AUMlt1 SIlHRr, AT 7.13-15
and. t 32 cent f improvement m he Murtm, and
Sandspurs Can per ( County airport!
I us a post card and we will see that you Pesky gross sales 'I also hi' an assembly operation/
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receive it by mail regularly. If a post- i The conipany'i nine month conS there .
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office box, give your name and box Be Licked; It's a Job o OOJ.Q oO'( ;'iI ,. !:!: ro O ii O;I'o

number if city carrier route give "?cJl : O
; a ifo ..IK-l. 0 O O '; K-l. :
Sandburs-better I known aisandspurs prickles mature is spreading nextyear's : '
address and box number. We
name, : ( -are like true friends misery because each seed
must have the box number, accordingto They will stick to you no matter scattered I will mean scores of Hick.
how you plan to vote in the national ers next spring..
Postmaster West.) If a rural route, : election Hand pulling and burning Is a

give RR Route number and box Once established in your lawn sure way of spilling doom to the

... number. sandspurs will bristle up and fight i sticky pea The time to pull is at
T, annihilation with every spike in lOOn as you can recogm/e the
41 p.I their body I plant. Continue to pull until the '<
Nearly every ruse ends in fail lust spurs nature COULD YOU USE

Or you can telephone the information With a bit of luck and a lot of
ure.A
local hunter thought he had patience you can kill sandnptirs,
to his bur problem licked when he lays Dr, (i, C. Horn, turf specialIst .
noticed that his loyal bird dog j with the Agricultural Experiment
1 licked 4hi stickers from his hunt Stations, A CHECK FOR $15 O.

clothes. But after several trips If you have zoysm or bcrmuda:
2871550I. \ the lawn !gathering sand- grass", use USMA-also known at
(, on pants legs, the dog re Di-Met-to t kill sandsnurt
d to clear off stickers if there For best results apply I this deadly .
flnl no quail to point arsenic mixture while the plantsare .RIGHT ABOUT ;)

Cytlmg\ 'spyr plants with the in the juvenile stage since theyare ""p'M.. .. ..... .
Nttfi \: U of no avail If tall grow, easier to) discourage at this .
I. IDl1t : think 'they Ire about to be lender age _, I._ .
eradicated, they will call In the For a complete kill you II needto ',
runner type to sneak along the apply the chemicals: from threeto t ". _.
I ground Mow the whirr of the seven times with each applica 4.: ( "JI'
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A mower blades. lion from five to seven days apart .

4 -' .. --.- -- -- .. Cuumg.. sand s--purs after-the- Be sure to follow the directionson ", .
the chemical package warm I > ." :
Dr Horn. A little loo much of the \\il1
mixture could, harm lawn gratis .
Immediate From If sandspurs invade centipede: ) r j 1
\ Delivery StuartSALE St Augustine or carpet grass. trya ,

chemical called stra/me The Many of our depmlli are retilvkii handy (brMntM. tub
best time to weather apply. this' chemicalis Caeca:* right ahnul, imw 'Ibey| deposited. a link eatt wttltIhrnnihout :':
cool
If in Chamber of Commerce the. year to Insure a I\Im1 Cttrkliiia. ft* their' 1 ".
won't your kt you admit. that frost famllUe. We Invite yen .to drop a.* anytime and Jo..... Cltibe, '::

visits your town then plan for an with weekly drpuhlM of !Site, 'IOO. $J.00, f J.00, and $10.00.. .,...
application" of the chemical about
JOIN OLRCHRISTMAS
the middle of December Usually
atrazme come as a dry mixtureor ,:
in pellet form. CLUB
'' ,, dig( The best way to apply the) chemIcal *
PROSTLI2SS
g q'ih' is with a drop-type applicator
knit use the "whirly" type applicator
t'' 1'.2; cubic feet. refrigeratorml as scatter p.rucJetof

161 pound f recur. Your the mater on ornamentals,
choice <>f evppcrtone or causing them to suffer a* much at
t I "IIU,. Delivered and |natalkd. > the sandspurs 1at
r' Stile price only For a good till, you may need "
to apply a second application of t
the chemical: in the wring about'
the time the tiny sandspur plant \
begin to show up in the lawn. For 7t
$ amount of application, read three.bona
on the" label. t L
$22888No Use positive thinking In any I ;
sandspur control program Even
if you make several .successful: fail
ures, remember you are getting revenge
for the time* the bur have
pricked blood from your finger
Down Paym't while clearing sock<< of stkkcrt.
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' TIlE STUART (Fla.) NEWS. r ett In lots 8. 20 and 22, Lundy's I ., ''1' ,.... 'm'..--oy T -.... .-. _. !IW' ..''' "11"f "/ '" ... ..... .... Boat Disabled when it became disabled in rough
Thursday, November 19, 1964 subdivision. $100. ',' -' g i seas off St. Lucie Inlet Sunday.
f ; ;;1t.i '
(j Randolph C. Feroon to Norman ; SHJ : .., + : : : I In Rough SeasThe The boat is owned by Colin f.
;; .. ; '.t. .. 'J Beaton of Bridgewater
.l. -.3: ,
jj. .
r 1 1r P. Fernon. Property In lot 144, ,, "rJfv "II(! t'h\j1.M\; "' .), I'i'"t'" .' forty-two-foot sport fishing I II
J of bland and Gomez ,. .', :"
plat Jupiter .of/ ;
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r .l Warranty Deeds Grant. $100.Harry 1 } ,/> :: : "1 I cratt. "Sheila Ann, Bridgewater Newspaper food advertisementsattract

, ''r'' E. Barth to Blame C Mass., was towed into port by a 80 per cent of women,
I Witoox. Property in lots 14 and Fort Pierce Coast Guard craft shoppers
t F I Filed in Week 15, St. Lucie River Height $),- ) I
, t I 300.
I satarrs.wara;- ,+ xw: .- Thorns Fair to Dennis Mutchersoo. -
An undivided one-half interest "
,II' l f Angelina R. Cohen to W. J. in lot 21. Lundy'i subdiision MERCURY FOR 65"An
Weiss is trustee! Lot 111, plat 1 1. $100Lighthouse 1 .
Coral Garden. $7,300.
t
k' Leandre A Levi ae to David Point, Inc. to Wtl-! wr Entirely New Mercury Concept. .
} ;, L Limn. Lot t 20, block 5, Pint ,lam B. Lewis. Lot 28, Lighthouse
I t Addition to Kruegcr Eatate $12,- Point $4,400.Barbara Now in the Lincoln Continental Tradition
000. B. Carpenter to Clarence
f Wavle C. Miller to LaBarre I A. Carpenter. Property in lot
I 13, 14 and 15, block 6, Hobe I tl
p Schrsck Lou 13, 14, 15 and 16. t
I 4, block 1, Rio St. Lucie suddivuuon. Sound. $100.Lighthouse. SEE IT TODAY AT
$7,500. I Point. Inc. to R L ;
Artope. Lot 178, Lighthouse Point. i ix
R. M. Pitchford to Alvin L. 4300.

Sandell. Lot 6, Skyline Heights William T. W Mather to Ben
subdivision, Addition No. 1. $1,- S. Medley. Lot 27. Kiplingcr't subdivision -1 Merkle Motors Inc.

800. $4,400. I ,

I t Coral I Garden Development JiS Enterprises to Jerry R. YOUR LINCOLN MERCURY COMET DEALER
Corporation to Albert Klrchbichlcr: Scott Lot 9, block 12, Second Addition
i Lot 22, block 8, Coral Garden to Induuttown Park. $10- 305 North Colorado Avenue, Stuart' AT 7-1214
subdivision, plat 2. $1,800. _____ _n.n.._ ____________ -- ------
l'' Florentine Valiants et .J l t to 400.Peter J. McCIcet to Margaret R. GUEST SPEAKER at the meeting of the Episcopal Church Leighton, Jr., secretary of Christian Education of the ECW;

f r Florentine Valiance and Mildred Newman. Lot 5, block 10. First Women of St. Mary's Church, Thursday, Nov. 19, was Mrs. J. Mrs. Edwin Rollison, president; Mrs Wolcott; Mrs. C. W Flood,
i Valiante, hui.>ban I' 14, block subdivision.8. section I, Hibiscus 400.Anna supplies of the Diocesian ECW. Left to right are: Mr*. Bruce
t Park $100. I M Chisholm to Sinclair JOHNS FUNERftL HOMEFounded I
Dennis Mutcherson to Thomas
Refining Company. The south 40 __ .
\ Fair. An undivided one-half inter- feet of lot 2, block 6, Kitchmg' Addition to the City of Stuart r.y
r-:;
6500.

GIVE ME THE OPPORTUNITYTO I Roy Reed Neuvohncr to Sin ,;:: ;. .,.

; clair Refining Company Lot 3 .:,. ,J, 1916
and 4, block 6, Kitchmg's Addi "
SERVE YOU tion to the Town of Stuart $15,- "
:

400.R.. M. Pitchford to Elmer Bie- 1W.1f,
L I As City ber. Lot 56, First Addition to ;" Experienced personnel and

: I Skyline Heights subdivision. Sir ,1 r% Mf'1
800.Fox i r facilities to accommodate

CommissionerThrough Brown to Ellsworth Groves, I
Inc.: East Vi of section 6 and east Vi families of all faiths
of section 7, township J 38 S., range I'j
38 E. $290,300.Fox .

\ Brown to Evan Properties,
i Your Inc. Property In section 6, township ,
38 S, range 38 E? and section
I, township 38 S, range 37
Vote E. $230,000. -
'
Fox Brown to Evan Properties, l .! II.

NOVEMBER 24, 1964 Inc the cant M of section 12 and __ .
the northeast U. of section I 13 .
township 38 S, range 37 E. $171;
i FELIX A.
WILLIAMS '00. R. C. Johns & Ronald H. Johns
Fox Brown to Evans Properties,
I Native floridIan, 47 year old and married Inc. Property in sections 7 and LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS
A citizen and taxpayer of Stuart 18, township 38 S., range 38 E.,
Principal, Ew Stuart Elementary: School $134,800. MRS. MARIE MiCULLOUGII, president of the Martin County TB and Health Association for the 1012 1NDIANTOUN ROAD

I A leather: In the Martin County School System, 17 yean John R. Wolf Sr to Anchorage second term, presents distinguished service pins to Dr Julian Parker for thirty yean a* an active
\ BJJ. Votnilonal Agriculture Boatel, Inc. Lots 9, 10, J It I, 12 and member of the association: and to Miss Myrtle Dyer who for twenty-two years has prepared the STUART, FLORIDA AT 74434
M.A. Administration' and Supervhlon 13, block 2, Rio St, Lucie Terrace teals for mailing Mrs Parker also received a pin for thirty years service.

I, St. Paul AME trustee and trea iirer. subdivision. $100. ,
r Ardent civic worker George Harry Herman to Vin. Miss Myrtle Dyer Is Head
cent Sanlarsiero./! Lots 128, 129
j : Firm Reliever in. and 130 H. W Bassey Additionto
the Town of Stuart 3500. Of Christmas Seals Drive
;
Fair, Honest Governmentmums Samuel N. Rhode Jr, to W. H. -

__ u_ Wagner wood subdivision.Company. Lot 15, West- With tho delivery to the post office in the past will show that they are
$1,100.
of approximately 3,000 envelopes with us more than ever this year.
Samuel N. Rhode it. to Sum
Rhodes Construction, Inc.: Lot containing sheets of gaily "You are urged to take time

1 28, 29, 30, 31, 34. 36, 37, 14, 15, the illustrated!traditional Christmas accompanying Seals and I when your seals come, to sit down
16, 17, 54, 56, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, uppeals and write your check Immediately
,
yostf the Martin County luher"
w ea. to the Martin County Tuberculosis
t f 68, 69, 81, 82, 83, 84, Second Addition culosis Aisociiition Is proceeding i .
: and Health Association! Be generous
to Park $100
Skyline
with its annual Christina Seal l
with contribution this
G your .
Clarence C: Hake to David
Proceed used
to
Campaign. are Make It a Thanksgiving token -
year.
Dickinson. in Lmant:
l Property carryon the fight against tubercu. grateful that you can help
;BB1H subdivision. $19,500. lous and other respiratory' diseases, less .
/R IIIR1z someone fortunate than yourself ,
Iltf The; Hubs Sound Company 013 the illnesses of breathing. ."
Willie Rochelle I Lou 1258 a
Miss Myrtle Dyer is again chair. Seals will be sold
at Dyer's Dry
1239, block: 52, Plat No. 3 o f BEGIN
z 7 man of the Seal Sale drive for Goods.
$100. '
i Olympia. Martin County Mr. Mario MeCullough -
Q D, to Joe E. I
George Browning
Flo IItMHR11tAM, la of the or.
Paul. Lot 3, block 1, BrowningsSubdivision. president The first U S. permanent newspaper !
1'048' Baltll, $300. 8an lal.lon. They I remind everyone was the Boston Newsletter! k
'i: Land Development Corporation that 'Christmas Souls have as biga which mode Us appearance In 1704. WITH .
job to do a* ever in tin PI11 f.
Pi to Clifton Rose Lot 155, Rocky.: A research task force reported to
Point Estate $3,000. the U. S. surgeon: general that new
L.. Fran k
Carrie Rochell to case of tuberculosis have not been Salon 8 REGULAR
White Lots 1258 and 1259, block decreasing at the hoped-for rate
) r.MaUFF 52, Plat No, 3 of Olympia $100. for several years. A* for the other i
North River Shores, Inc. to W.
respiratory diseases, .they continue
H Rice. Lot 9, block 14, section
aSNtPS 'to loom larger in the pattern of SAVINGSA
4, North River Shore subdivision public health menaces.

2700. "A lot car be dune to combat ofBeauty
Levl M. Johnson to Nonna B
I II
them, but ono must have the re
Johnson I }U 4 and 5, Palmetto
harbor $100.Lawrence sources to do It Medical expertstell .
thai tuberculosis eventually
us can
Median t toR u I I h
Bruns. Property in section 31, be eradicated and respiratory'
discuses! can be reasonably con
township 38 S., range 42 & $100. !trolled.
William Triisch! to Arnold An rtorissioNAt
demon, Lot 3, block K, Vista Sa "We are setting our sights to BEAUTY CARE
s lerno. $//100. \those turgUs. Success will depend
First Federal Savings and Loan at least partly on improved prevention
Association of Martin County to detection and treatment
of these disease,! In this work we
I Beverly Ann Martin. Lot 15, St.
Lucie Shores, section 2. 9700. hope to play our part ** we have I "rVIRGINIA
Dick. done for many yean and we are ,
lighthouse Point, Inc. to
I T\ 4t. confident: that the "people of this KINNE Owner
? arson Inc. Lot 3, Lighthouse Point
t tI 6000. community who have supported us OperatorsFRANCES

Lighthouse Point. Inc. to Dick.
: REDDISII
I ? Inc. Lot 10, savings program started now
q qI erson Lighthouse
Mr and Mrs. Earl Dare own.
Point. $4,000.Charlet Green. to Willie Cook, en of Holiday Trailer Park, have would mean more than just be-
I
returned for the winter from Brittle Now Featuring -
I ucle Property\ Inlet in 1 M Forms. 7, block subdivision.50,I St..,: N. J. They will reside in their C Pedicures ing able to take that extended A
home in West! Palm Beach Cap

/ $1000 W. II Rice to Robert F. Me- tain Dare Cape is skipper H
Robert Jr.. a* trustee' Properly
owned North. home In later
I in Tropical Fruit Farms. $100 by a surgeon up improved. years a DIVIDEND RATE

J oat Guest! of Mis Martha Burdine OPEN: MONDAY savings plan could mean the difference PER ANNUM
Fred It{ Burkey to Walter L. Bahama Terrace Sunday and 1IIROLGII SATURDAY

Ro ln'lOn. 1x4 25, Bahama Terrace Monday, were her parents, Mr I 304 OSCEOLA AT 7.0536 between being financially
section 3.
20000.
and Mrs. Leslie Burdine, Leekburg

n / t Newspaper readership is up in I! comfortable and just getting by.It's NOW IS

the U. S. Some 82 per cent of 'stet" n8 ti" ,' aptas af'scot' o' '' I so easy to save particularlywhen
men and 80 per cent of women : :' : :
read a newspaper each day a s add to savings TilE TIME
your
you
1 compared with 80 per cent and 79 '
.t per cent Ian yearSmoltty t a regularly week after week. ,


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What you're relatlngat your favuri a eutduor beatuyt spot wlfriesidr uytVk c M c & J AJ ., SAVINGS AHIIloD
and
czar.eiaeedot's '
fresh
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whetted
or family,andyour thirst's by A MA1CN MAS A EDELQAl ASSIlDf OF SAVINGS
the ales! tune for a cool rrfralung glass of beer, to Hero But wo t YA, ,
hi&ing, cc >"* a
recreation-swimming
fact, yon can name your ?
I sucking Tv-and chances are nothing In Uw wwld fit*fc well u beef. U.S..1 South Colorado Avenue

I It Your amSur glass of Deer It also a plewnwUe iwrnA that NOW F\\lnOS

r,,.live fa 1 land of personal f rcedtwi-and that our right to enjoy .FI IV T11ESRARSI S6'w"S Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

iry>a jtatw ore,but an inportaut sae,of IO" a MKrs Friday Evenings pjn. to S p.m.

those personal freedom SHOPPING CENTER

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