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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 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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VOLUME 28-NUMBER 18 STUART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 156<*<. 3 SECTIONS-24 PACES PRICE 10 CENTS

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The Pelican Hotel on the St.

Lucie River will open for the sea Mayor) Raymond M Cooke election. fourth in thc general! election: a place. Tu. ua). and former nuvor,
son on Tuesday, Dec. 1, with an $ /k.r seeking election to a second: term In NceonJ plea was! lelix \\'il.1 Near ago when three seats were up Kenneth Stmuncll fourth with 223. .
innovation.. It's a brand new elevator on the City (onunmsion, topped liuins pniuiiNil of Fast Stuart Elementary : for ...a 8. This )ear only two seats Eliminated was Stuart Lund Mho I
service! to all floors, with an C I the poll In luesdays primary with School with 53ft votes. are involved' ', those of Cooke' and Collected 158 voter
outside street level cntranc e | 635 voles as five candidates sought \\ilhnms the first Negro to run i Commissioner Daniel W. NUClure The general election will be held
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through the patio.INL'RSKS 1t jlU I slay in the top four for a general. for City I Commission>> finished Mature polled 421 for third on Tuesday Dec 8.

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I'OR THANKSGIVING:\ Hill! Kidd !Retained Ilelf) Foster! Seashore I'auNNM.N.NIII.
JO NU.DYIILY 1- Agrees I .

The Licensed: Practical Nurses .

Association, Division 21 of Vero ) I To End Signs
Beach Fort Pierce and Stuart, ha Forward Step Taken Here
donated a Thanksgiving basket to
a needy family in Stuart. Members Along RiverStuart
from Stuart arc Mrs. Clara Jour I
dan Mrs Hallie Young and Mrs. "l''. '
\ city hood agiecd Monday
Valerie Miller night to amend Us sign ordinance Toward Park Acquisition

iii : : 10 prohibit signs I from the
UMJY CIIAFTrR: 1(1. north end of Rooocvelt lirldgo tdPowell's >>

MEET ON UlAISKSCrVIMC Diner _
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The Unity Chapter of the Orderof This Includes a stretch where
Eastern Star, Stuart, will holda CIIRIS1MVS TREE: LANE I is the name given to the bazaar sponsored! by Women's Auxiliary of the newly four-luned U. S. I affords PlanPushed
regularly scheduled meeting on Martin Memorial Hospital. It will be held at the Stuart Woman Club Dec. J front 10 '.nl. to a view of the North fork Swap

Thanksgiving evening, Thursday! 6 pm and Dec. 4, until 8 p.m. Featured will be gilts made by members of the auxiliary I Four of the St Lutie i
Nov 26, 8 p.m. at the Masonic of the member I shown with thus Christmas) tree are Mrs. John Wolf, Sirs Toley Lngibrctscn, Mrs. Mrs John MiQuIgg: presented
Temple. A memorial service will Carl Stoneburner and Mrs. Roy BetsetLCitrus two petitions--one from I ho Garden I
be held in addition to balloting. Club of Stuart, the other from onProposal
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HILL SENT: BLANKET Acreage ttootn Continues sijsn on the stretch be removed
10 KOREAN ORPHANS "offensive' and not In good I
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It Is to be remembered for
good 1 I hi: dueLls attention to a
deeds. Robert S. Hill, who sign
good $2,642,800 in Land Sales subdivision; across the' river,
recently passed on in Stuart in
his eighties (he was the sprightly Mayor Ray Cook: *.aid that the 'MutUrt, t'uunty moved a big step( ,

"young man" on the motorcycle) l sign in dispute correspond with clover to an oceanfront Mate park
was the addressee! of a letter of the present oidinance. Attorney T.
south or( the St. t.ucio Inlet when
thank received from Ul&an Yang Registered at Courthouse f Uughtcrstm" advised! that "even
Yook Won Orphanage at llliian. if we amend the "rdl"nce. I dim" I the County ConunLsnlon agreed
IKorea. Lee Bong Suk. director, believe we could order that sign Tuesday tit engage the service of

wrote thanking Mr. Hill for the The two largest land lilieS of f to Gullstrcam Citrus, Inc: for The Nmcjcin property also bor- ,taken. don" William 1.1<.11.1. former enccutive
gift of a blanket sent through 1964 were recorded within minutes $88,010( and a drainage easement I den the Trait A Whitney access C'. M Kohrartaugh, president of I director: pf the Internal: Improvi-
CARE. Mrs. R. }. Connolly called of another at Martin' Count.]y go with it for a similar sum. | road. the ( octHinut Park resident. association 1 moist, I and !Board., to foster the
,the letter to our attention. courthouse! Monday nmrninboosting r. I : said thut the group' strongly '. interest In .
cwnt, Tallurumce.
\f. real mute! transfers bJ) protested the sign. Many of us I r
than Duties to contributed to hvajitifving the fi'r'y A easing of SI.XX) w... jet,t turW'a
!SPAGHETTI' tFSTtORSITMRT : more considerably J2.000 Waterways Division
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rxw. highway. If Hi 1Itwoo, there remiUMMntt'''n
LIONS 1 Ue first lute t RobeM. I: 4'. Jt' will 'hf ten or fifteen more-, like it 11 111 ituiSMin Chairman: r:ink A,
Stuart Lions Club _member* Dada Vas y within ail.Ju .....::!- Wuchu ,";lut.t.ttWHVoumlnkNV; thai
: Hobe 'Grovi"A"*'
Ham to
Thank lIivina feast Wednesday Martiif to"Ask. Legislature-. : be. CitamtMpntf' Jack Saundt-r
J.'I'O' M 1 questionedwhether '
dates n t Q u II'
Ltd. in the amount of $1 I, .
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night, Nov 25 *t the Dr the ordinance. was urn and) State Representative William !
Robert .M Kuhn'hone where 336,100 I and included a I large por. present 1 ti:. Owen. bud consulted in
I not ton loose In allowing .. I
lion (about 4,700 acres) of thHarriss To End Navigation District permits
Martha Kuhn served them oneof < Ranch T hiI "regardless of good taste. He reminded the Hiite Capital Monday with
her celebrated'oId.ca!>hiooed spaghetti I transfer work was property done by a firrr I I I the hoard that citizens hud 'IIIANM wen extended to Mr ansI( Mrs Joseph V rner Reed ala Kidd, now:aisoclaltd with Maori
dinner Martin f : County Commission, f bids Inland Navigation District: contributed $7.000 to bettulifica-I head brtgkteerlng of Ocala. and
of New York attorney supper Tuesday for their gift i>f nearly a /tnilo of Mashur W
Vf jwith discussion, its duties the Waterway were convinced thai Kidd wa/ the
virtually no agreed turning over to thin
The second sale was from Nino the I lorIJa Audubon Society,
MORTGAGE: BURNING Tuesday to request state representative Division, of the Department I man (for HM Jolt
jem[ Inc. to Frank M. McMahon,, The board finally look' action: .
A'r ELKS LODGE and senators to consider of Coniiervalion.Al to prohibit further I to this I 1h tiHnmlwkHi Is hoping thai
Lloyd S CiilnuHir John C Gris. signs ScininolcM :
VVIiHc the Looked .
feasibility of abolishing! theGeneral on the III' Hoard will Kiss ft
1 hen that old Muffed Elk that wold. Robert M. Harm, AnihoirV |1lhe Commissioner Ed Millcr'ssuggestion I particular stretch, = and instructed swap
hav seen everything that has goneon S. King and Susan K. LotKh. olapproxHnalcly copies of the convnussion : the city manager", M order*removal 6 616 its prnperty't/rt'the! Everglade" (or
,since the mortgage was signed 4,100 acre for 11!,< resolution will be sent of two other billboards for oreantrnnt'property on the north
b. going to have a twinkle in hit 130,700 The land is west of Jonathan ClosingIn to other counties.. concerned in I which temporary permit* had been Donors of Seashore end of Jupiter Island now owned
eye this weekend. Stuart-Jensen Dickinson State Park, apart un effort to obtain their.toopcratn 'Issued until U. S. 1 four.lawn'l hy SI. tAICI.'Juplter Company If
this I II achieved: and) adjoining land
abut the Sunshine: >n. was completed.
lodge No. J 1870 on Indian- of it on Martin Area I
flown the "short I I to the south I It acquired: by the stale
Road will hold mortgage* State Parkway. William R, Scott action. and tweet,
burning ceremonies, on Saturday was the attorney for the deal. terminated month of dispute' between Honored Inland deed or lease fromf !
Tuesday f\ l lorld" District,
Navigation :
evening, Nov 28 at 8 p.m. Two other transactions allied to: On ThanksgivingAll the county and FIND.. Miller\ Trying on a Mate" park could be established
-t the Nine)Jem sale saw 320 acre told centered over refusal of Ihe navigation
I district to donate land for with a frontage of about two mules
RtGISIR\R MARKS i post offices, public buildings a state oceanfront park 8IJ(1'tU r I.ION4J kvrviiiionisis; hope (hat It will be' on Great Pocket and about one
To Unseat Ward
AN EXPLANATION Cabana financial institution! and i J Inn way in lho year Jixio.) mile on the" Atlantic, Ouan.:
Awning While, the V SMvules kinked"on
Mrs. Zola Blakeslee, supervisor I most businesses will be closed: in : I : ) "Have you stopped ,to I Ihink t -
!, of registration, called The Stuart I Martin County on Thursday, Nov. C-23 Access MeetIs From Zone Body I I the pvlefuces luesday night pled what 'llofida. may "be like then/"
News recently to explain the background Industries Are ,,26. Thanksgiving Day.Postmaster ,)I.d of lorlda themselves wilderness to "preserve seashore a forever asked Mrs Wilbur Forrest president St. Lucie Blvd.
of a letter of protest! print I Robert L, West announced of the local group and masherof .
ed on our editorial page from a that there will bt delivery Being Set Up Although he pleaded with the cvrcnioni. at the testimonial
voter temporarily residing in Jacksonville Asked to Meet I delivery mail only. Dis County ConimiMion to back him, I i The !Scminole' were the newest. supper 'Mostly' steel l. Widening Job Is
The voter complained that pate: will be made for all connection : ( oinmittiofier Ed Miller failed wU of florid Indian/ by JirqHulchmstin. Wilderness, ; tract like tin: will j be
his absentee! ballot was not sent After Nelson Cunningham I : of outgoing mail. {}I Freshwater fishermen' hopes 1 uesday to unseal Don Want, representative Stuart artist, display prkdewt.: She praised" tin (III" Given DickersonA
rose when the County Commission of Miller' District 4 ed on t the wall' of Owen u
when requested. "The applicationwas Cunningham Engineering. !Stuart, reunions, church'' on fnSitlrn : din Club and fellow Audubon
faulty lacking two signatures, complained bitterly about alleged I services Family Wednesday special and Thursday I agreed Tuesday to attempt( to t the Planning and Zoning Commission. Yacht Club Restaurant at P S worker fo* local cunservatlon." proto)
the open up the banks of C-2J Canal The paleface were ream contract 'In the amount of
and we received it too late for it discrepancies in way permits and it: *
to be sent back to Jacksonville for are issued for aluminum..*.ninp feature of holiday the outings will be I I lo angler approaching by land A* on a former occasion; Miller hen of Martin County: and Mori- She' told how the local: group 111,99496 for Ih* widening/ of
holiday.
correction: ," said Mrs. Blakeslce. and cabanas the city tJecidcd to, I' I In response to request by Chuck f I r i motion to force Ward to re- da Audubon Societies and other with the cooperation I of the Jupiter St. I lode Boulevard by four feel
hold a special: meeting on the Martin County student. and I Kindred for the rack Walton I .tin. so that he might be replmed& conhcrvallonisi: gathered la honor 1 Island flub, ha* sent forty on the east side, from Fast Ocean
subject. I' teacher wiD get "a long weekend" I League, and Andy Zglmicki 0 f by tome one of Milkr' choice I Mr and Mr.. Joseph Verner Reed. teachers: to Audubon tamps since hml.vard.. to Indian' Avenue, a
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O'DWYFR: MARRIED Representatives of all such school !being doted: onThursd.sr Palm City, Chairman Frank Waeha failed for lack, of a second. 1h' Reed are donor of 5.000) IV5ft.' of the screen tour shown dlMnnve" of 1.7 mites, was award-
WAN SIMPSON HERE manufacturer and sales agent in Nov. 26, and Friday, aid he would ask William I i R, Ward was appointed by former I feet of primal ocean. beach: which: both to the public and to schoolchildren ad to Dickerson. Inc.'t when the
Former Mayor William O'Dwy. the area will be invited to the Nov IT. for Thanksgiving.Dickinson Scott Martin County' representative Commissioner Charles W, Leighton : Kenneth Morrison! president of and of current. work of only bid wa* opened by the
er of New York City, who died session. set for I ".m. Monday, I on the board of governor and has refined Millers itUMt lorkla I Audubon homely termed: the Junior Cimservatum Clod to I County ConimMon/ Tuesday\ .
there Tuesday! at seventy-four, Nov 30 at City Hall. Park of \the Flood Control District, Inset "| that "be resign. 'the' swat magnificent: gift we have aid on the sanctuaryNathaniel : I The commission ..grewto' re.
married model Sloan Simpson at Cunningham charged t h a t 80 II up a meeting with landowner ever rK.I"...." The society: has f Reed, a prune mover advertise for bid for the construe:
St Joseph Catholic Church in Stuart per cent: of such i installations in Budget Request j of property bordering the canal.: named! it the Reed Wilderness" Sea In thllancw.ry: 1'fII"nc,1I:, that I ion of a five-fool tldewalk along
In 1949. The city made. a tea the city "are put up without per. 1 he conference: I is tentatively set Street lights in shore. the University. or Florid." It I sans he east side of State Road 70 TIn
tive occasion of the wedding with mits." He manufacture< aluminum The Florid Board of Parks has. fur I p.m. on Dec. I al Palm City I Incept for the Intrusion of ibulldlll.Cr to begin an Cl\.lIloJkalllUl'vey. of the Issues Beach and for fire equIp.
a banner welcoming O'Dwyer and cabanas.'Traffic: sent to the state budget director a Civic Center Bahama Terrace I .last month, which: &lid strip and that there will, be research -. hunt. for Port Salerno Volunteer
hit bride. I two-year budget request fur Jonathan monetary damages tslimaUd' at unique muund and shell Fir., Department, a* single bid "n
< Dickinson Sute Park tout- City Manager Joe Crowder .ha $%'1)00) acwhetically to .be, healed" middens on of aboriginal, Indians" by each: project: were not hassled' in
Signal lung slightly more than $250.00(7. Junior Red CrossMembership been authorised by the Cur Com- only by time, the strip of sea la- rlorkia Atlaouc, University e aparts. by th'* advertised time of 9:30 aw.
Tale Twisting The Jonathan Dickinson Slate niiMion k> C4Mifcr with property land ie I much the same today a* win al- 'r U8IIdiI".
W. that This
Will Be PlacedAt Drive I N-p"
I Park request include. nearly $177000 ,. owner on Terrace Road Bahama II when Billy Bowleg, patriarch: of way be used a* a reirtnl and a
By JACK JAMES Hd. I, Terrace who have requested" streetlight the Snninoles wa a boy- a d
for salaries,
Monterey operating cpcvse I Junior Red Cross sanctuary, whore future aeoef-
'' THM PL'I'8 C.waotrKinds and equipment. membership i *. Sane retMkm want ,tight, I Billy portrayed to one of IfukbI ; North Fork Road!

Rather than wait until Slap. : The remainder of the request' I it enrollment take place, neat let county week with school INI nc-will : ocher dun'I, Crowder reported. _1 I liMun' canvases. 1 Ie 102. The coo-, (Continued, on Pap',i-A) Now City Street
how ..
funny the cycle of -- -
Road Department financial asst'aria for a number of development and mend of school head. -
this lifetime to far bat covered to U available Marun County construction projects including: a Ixical North Fork Raw! .bi North Rev..r ; .
protects Hot-Aid
much. from the bone and buggy will Itself foot the bill to Install I thirty-sue campground, a trailer and Water Safety,with: sir i (Iloth Must Go, Stuurt Hoard Decides Morn wa formally accepted( ]
day to the rocket around the earth standard tragic Aquatic ,_._.r 1 6 r >6 6
a light at Stag camping area picnic: area, and. School available in summer Tray a. a city strwrl' Monday mgbi.SimullanetMnrf .
with aU these things there has Road 76 and Monterey Road. I roads and puling area. favortie made by Ihe C. Rdirsb.u4hCueaaug

been something Commissioner Ed Miller who children for the hospital&,younger home Red and Rabbits Given Park civic (easier. h>Uhe

that hasn'tchanged much.;. Initiated effort the be move made, also to requestedthat have the I UCL.NVK: EXAMS uri fur aged and nursing home during Carpets dry Canisters Out the Post
the holiday Office Department ha accepted t
When I wa* a speed I/mil on Suit. Road 76 1 Inn- i| An eunuoioiun for the IKCM- for the street' .
IJBut youngster II e led to forty aide per hour fromU. I ing of general ami/actors will. be numbering system
elder alwayshad I S. 110 beyond Marua County jl held at the courthouse at 7.JO HOBK ZONLXJ'' IIMKINC i The Heave Ho by City Fathers -..
first choice I Scamr High $chool. I pjn Tucid y, Dae. 15. I BY BOARD AND/' COUNTY La.l Week" WeatherS

at the table and ._ __- A public' hearing on I kI4* Sound 7wsw..ee teal L.. ....,..
u. kid got what wnuig! will. be kid 'by the .Pin-. "K..f ... rpc and rahhil must' ant pokey eovtrln8 bab+.ity is no paltfiM" or ether alteration. 011 .ft
that I haw wa left Now i Let Us Be Thankful Theme. I ran' Mid Zoning CVwiuniiMMS at .,'" was the dictum vt "%' uft City the carpeting" the sidewalks. be allowed" It. mo-',' e": a ,::.1 I S! :"
qualified a* an elder, 1:30 pjn on Dec '17 Two I"sJUIId tcmumsMun Monday lught.fkMh j 1l up to you' ," City slate pen paned ,KuuimwufihAlto II... t .. I'f II ,..
the kid are first m the chow line sang mallets will. be 10ftlI&Jered tdiU* were aimed at StuartLiindl T T Dughurwn loU unMuimiti *>a*. wtWufrtkm I N..... ...
and far w61'in 1 ,ruIn' .bat', left. Soa Of Special Services HereA 'by the county hurt *t wPIYJ local Informs dcoDrator, who ".hethcr, you w.nt to allow car lo ( tv Allu,fIllY V,tt..munto ... ..,. U,. / ..11 srwtrr '
as know, the Thanka- Dec. baa dtiofsKd the of o or without imurt file. sum under the general health .
I meeting 22. : niti** two pctinfwith Assists ....... ... ae week 'It
givsng Bird M nothing but wings "INMMMM plxwosro. and the 1 ante and saerivry code oral. with. Co- 1"
and rudder. (U I am thankful to be Commuaiiy ThanUgivng strvance will.. .be held allal 10; Bps'.1 RFLM Slag SIOPUymg. red. (arpciing !' Vwn It* ....." said C'wnm 'P'raUoCl of the Slaw. Board ofllemlttt inn tn.. rr s 1.? JlI1. .r,a t.wA.aai ,
an American; thankful to be I is Service WIll be held at the f1 in* Church at 10 .... Thinksgm.Ing 'LAS"11OVS an IM ........Ik.. Hm. nciffi- stuns Arthur K. urns; "that *>. api_ fund lu force him ''N"'t. .rl .,........'. A.M. ".)1,
florid, especially at this time of Baptist Church of Stuart at 7 JO Day No. 2*. I Mute AINIIWOrdiaa.c. bur have complained. Hurt rabMihtitche i i could end. up wuh red pint, greet In cease llnmt raMsifc. a pructlce4lcrib ...... II .. pfr( '..... se .
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year: thankful to have. a home in ,-... Wednesday. Nov. 21 Ctmuut SataUit plus a special >9I, xrmittiog the. at .bin Suflord Drive home I' and yellow _pete and .he an a...v l by "Mignhur a.* "aov "7p i ,., -. KtiKUBflwurfTOvr; I. p
this county but most of U m Wart County Mimstcnal A- observance M llam. Nov.2*. city lo rrniUin it* duck: sad urn "a mmanc1'Luni. : ful tuokmt city. He moved that loo*." ,. ,; L
thankful because my Saviour ha tocmtioa i* sfKHstonAf the trv- For other Thaaktgrvfnf Hrvlee* pier and levy charge on boat one of fiv candidate fur | the ca/jwts .. busnedL Commi Ouihicnon said that .h* would ; J I r"
made it all MMbku Left all f' tot and the pubhe st nsr.d, *. ih* cfaurche. plop. lura to ttw : using MOM was adopted at wcondreaduDf City CatnmtHuom in Tuwdcy pri-1 I i wows lad Hartrnw M* K> Church SuoJayj A RJO.J.OM a CIIIIIIIIIUAIIJ a. church ...... UanUf wgha. Mary, offered the city aa ..... muuuo .all UM vnmrtmtt Hut laM Due fwd. t bM plan.ii. ....... n W '''' -... ....5 lace ke

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MARRIAGE IICENSES

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rank M. Over and Belle Whit a i'p '
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< harks A. Summon, Dallas.
lcand Elaine D. Schloff, Palm rr.,
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md, Rebocca Sue Sharpe, Clarksburg 11.fi .
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ELLIOT JAYCEES CONDUCT SAFETY CIIFCK hunt Doerttpf. left, and Glen Welt/barker check llARItR: MFMBFRS of the Soroptlmist Club of Stuart who Mr. Sue Duagan, Mrs. Ruth Hall Mrs. Zola Swarthout, and
out a car at Kindred1 parking lot Saturday in an effort to prevent car like the one on the attended the tenth anniversary party Wednesday Nov I II at the Mr. !IJUIan! Hansen The club' first important[ project was the I

left from ever looking like the one on the right Elk Club were: Mrs Frances Keith! Mrs. l Dorothy Cldridge, Historical Society.
entertaining on ,
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the piano and County Calls for advertising MORE AROU'FSeashore Volunteer for Variety Event float-a-cade 11 eMTOllIdialltoum

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EVERYNICiHT Mobile Subdivision Fight Honored TuesdayContinued Call for Talent Is Club participants A sixteen hoat-a-oade,.boat went Anchorage with to Indiantoun f\Cvent.five Yacht

last week, members enjoying a
( from Page i I-A) buffet supper at Seminole Inn or
Made for Big( Show basket! lunches at the Marina.
For your dancing and lions can marvel at the ghost crabs All the club's officers were on
Is Back Where It StartedAfter and the mangrove He paid deck, which included CommodoreSam
Iktenlng pleasure special tribute to Robert Bair and
To misquote Shakespeare! "If show will be used to operate the Rhodes, Vice Commodore
Rivers League for the 'battle for
I ye have talent, prepare to proclaimit Occupational Center at Port Salerno Oavid Gale, Rear Commodore Jack
)j.f clean rivers. now", for( Thursday Dec. 3, Any retarded or handicapped Addy and Past Commodore John
a haute which hal goneon that time, warned that re-advet- Sound appeared at a Zoning Commission Mr*. Forrest presented Mr a. is the closing: date for entries inwhat person In this area is eligible for Wolf Sr. The officers reported this
aince June, William J, Leon. I liscmcnt was advisable to avoid meeting on Thursday, Nov. Reed with a portfolio of photographs should! be the best' ever the services provided The Center to be the club' most' successful
Twist ard' application for an amend possible legal entanglement, but 19, and again at the County Commission of the sea island taken by Variety Show.Application, conduct( testing and training programs boat-a-cadc.
Contest ment In zoning regulations to per Leonard's attorney, Harry F py- the Arthur Ruhnke.Both blanks available designed to assist people in
mit him to install a mobile homes er, had expressed himself and Tuesday, opposed William E are becoming self supporting member MEET
Representative AUDUBON
at Kindreds Stuart
Sundays 4 to 7 subdivision in Mobe Sound is just his client a* "willing to take a subdivision mainly because the Owens and Frank Wacha, chair. Department Store Supermarket, and, Stuart of their community, and also
about back where It Marled. chance." regulation! did not call for central man of Martin County Commission sheltered workshop facilities for Regular meeting of the Martin
Music
Center the Office
Post
Prize for winning. Couple On the advice of Its attorney, A large deputation from Kobe sewage expressed encouragement that building in those unuble to work In outsideemployment. County Audubon Society will be
Dean Tooker, the County Commission efforts to establish a state seashore ; held Dec: 8 in the Martin County
ruled Tuesday that the re- park north of the sanctuary Audition will be held at Martin For further information about I Public I library at 8 p.m. Mrs
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Here Saturday Nov. 28 may
County Senior Monday
advertisement of Leonard he successful. Huh gym on Robert Trinter, who is in charge
application these services!, feel free to call: the
J I and Wednesday, Dec. 7 and of the bird count for this ,
for a public hearing before Russell Mason, Florida Audubon area
-i director of the Center, Ray
the Zoning Commission was Decen Society executive, termed the I 9, and at the auditorium of Delaware Radtke, at 287-4546, or write will explain the national bird count

FR'EEDELIVERY nary, time the original application : Junior Orange Bowl Martin'chapter largest' and fastest' on Thursday Avenue: Dec.School 10,, Fort at 7 pm.Pierce in him at P.O. Box Ill. Port Salerno, program and show._slides.
had been withdrawn. growing in the state, told of the all Fla
When the application rein- acquisition of other cases.
was llanctuaries'l
The show itself which will benefit
mated, the Zoning Commission had and pledged/ -
ruled favorably the Entries BidThe l/aak Walton League and similar Martin County Association for TIME TO RF-SFRVE
on request Queen
Retarded Children, will he held at NEW YEAR PUPS
Joined in aim,
WINES ANDlIQUOR subject to the of R-T groups a common
coning regulation! looker had, at the preservation of the outdoors"or I the air-conditioned MCSH gym on Reservation for a New Year
we will truly be overwhelmedby Friday and Saturday, Jan. IS and can be made by calling Mrs
: I annual Junior Orange Bowl 10 pm, Friday, Nov, 27, is the concrete and steel" 16, 1965. fro, Timmerman, AT 76328after
Queen elimination contest sponsored last' day to enter The Florida society, once con- If you're prepared to add your 4pm, week days* )Her Collie -
by :the Stuart Youth Center Charm clause will be on Fridayand fined largely to the central part: talent to the show, don't delay by "Lady" gave birth to an even
Phone will be held In Stuart on Saturday, Saturday with Mrs. Leif Hov. of the stale now has chapter: from trying to find your own sponsor; dozen young 'uns the other day,
Nov 28, it t 7.30: p,m. at the Youth land as director. There will he no. Pensacola to Key West. that can be done for you by the which Mrs. Timmerman expectswill
287-1586 Center fee for charm classes! or for entering Joseph Verner Reed cited the show committee. be old enough to wean by Jan.
The contest h for girl that have the contest.Florida worlds ,population explosion, said Civic organization wishing to I I. There were eight a
Free IceJRliNGLE passed their twelfth birthday and rnloiokw people of tomorrow sponsor an act should return their four "girls" in the litter, However,
will not have reached their four.
will what a wildernessHe blanks by Dec. J, too. one died the next", day Lady 1 is only
teenth Dec 12
birthday by They Nurses "
is Collie, but the cute,
Jack Williamson of Indiantown part
ff" will noise I I I, be and judged on personality, Group Met HereThe told of the thrill of t the I will be the master of ceremoniesfor and Mrs. T will give tent to persons
general appearance Florida beaches on Jupiter Island this show and James Hopkins, who( will provide good homes I
Dress will be school or church Florida Association ia 1931 I, and his ,hope that \this "'1
teacher vittdirccf
Nurse's high school speech \ fv yl
clothe: only, no evening dresset, .
"This contest II I to choose a District 42, met on Nov. 16 in still primitive"-stretch. ."uld'te. I the' show. lighting and BELL AND ZO ERS .;: I DOUtj. CARL Hero //
representative .main so to be enjoyed sty future sound he Peter Hand. Talent dAUOUS MY
typical girl in the Junior Martin Memorial Hospital Library will by It) JACKSONVILLEThe I PACK
,. generations, I from Fort Pierce, as well as JK; F3DM GOoD-rJATURSD
iMATHERS Mr June Cromwell spoke onscholarships
1 School We
High are not ;
Lounge age. Oriscom Bettle, representing the local acts, will combine to County Commission granted Tie( \i<-.
and out many
looking for glamor, but rather for brought many I
resident of the Town of Jupiter permission Tuesday for I It a
memorable of
fresh, wholesome good looks and considerations in the planning of produce a evening Even a friendly smack on the
{ DIXIE HIGHWAY Island expressed their gratification entertainment engineer, Fred Bell, and member
low said June F Me- a scholarship fund. It i is the present
personality,
of the Planning and Zoning Com back can came someone an In
I All the from this
R. R. STATION Mahon. goal of the association to establish proceed year'sMerritt .
PLUMBING
And Billy Bowlegs, with an egret mission to attend the annual conference jury. Make sure you can meet
be
fund to
scholarship
I The three finalists In Stuart Will a plume in his turban, he of Florida Planning and
just as the financial that
liability
STUART ? a NO used assist student of nursing may
be named Queen-Mis* Stuart Junior to a
A-0P aO ITAaL was painted a short time ago at the Hill Jailed Zoning Association in Jacksonville rise see us for Personal
I __ -and her court, two princes A short business meeting fol. Brighton/ '' Reservation, looked out Dec. 2.',
---- I sew, They will then he judged in lowed. Refreshments were served Liability Insurance this week.
-- --- -'- -' -- -- --- over the palefaces who have taken By Municipal Court
Coral Gable for the title Junior --- over all the /land that wa once I The fourth annual Florida Industries RALPH HARTMAN. JR.
/ '6FFICE Orange Bowl Queen on Dec: 12 When it Is completed this year jungle and hammocks, swamps and Sixteen/", traffic and thirteen J t Exposition will be held REAL EITATE Mt( INSURANCE
BOX OPEN at the Youth ()nter. the bicentennial arch in St Louis '
forest few stretches criminal
*-except fora cases were handled by in Orlando April 2730. Staged
r15/il "' 61.30SHOWTIME Girls wishing to enter the con will be the hation'a tallest monument they are trying to save today. Judge Harry F. Dyer in Stuart through the co-operation of the ti A r AT'7.4bOO (
7bO test should contact McMahon -630 feet, equal to a sixty-- The painting of Billy Bowlegsand Municipal Court this week. Florida Development Commission HOECHCEOLA ST.
director of the Stuart Youth Center two-story building. The arch will the other oils, showing the Fines were paid by nine traffic It I Is a "showcase": of Florida Industrial STUART FLA.
by calling AT 7-2350() or stop be almost entirely of steel, sheathed picturesque Seminole in their I offenders} five case were con product
it the center from I to 5 and 7 to in stainless steel.
fast tribal and tinued and
Thursday, Friday and Saturday vanishing costumes! sentence was deferredin -- --- -------
environment, were done by Hutchinson two cases
MVTLNEE DAILY BOY OFFICE OPENS Jt30: under commission from Murphy Merritt Hill, of Utile Dixie, was The Cqasial Players Present
Have' fun, enjoy life, eat out more oftenWhen I. sentenced to pay a fine of S I 190 including
THANKSGIVING DAY They will soon go to the World's I costs! or serve forty-five
Hunger Creep Upon You and You Think of Eating Out Fair at New York, where j juit day ,for ,assault and battery. He "THE THIRD BEST SPORT"A
Ji...t Think of Powell's and You Will Never B* hi DotiM about everything is concrete and I chose to serve the jail sentence.
steel In other criminal cases three 3 ACT COMEDY
Top* In Quality Generoun Portion*-Very Reasonable Prices
I bonds were entreated, two defendants
CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY A two-milc-long, two-lane un- were fined, one case was dismissed At the SALIIAVEN AUDITORIUMIN
derwater tunnel linking Hong I and In one case sentence JUPITER
Special Next Sunday Kong island and the Kowloon I was deferred for six months pending -
Peninsula i I. planned. : good behavior December 4-5-6 8:30
FRIED SPRING CHICKEN __ : p.m.
Choice of two side dishes, rolls and butter $1 00 ADMISSION: $1.00aIsNl

coffee or tea, choice of dessert ,
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&11. I Memory Lane Dedication Held I



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rw The dedication of the: Garden! deceased person ,in .i permanent marker as a memorial to her husNtttd !-
t itrY Club of Stuart-sponsored Memory record honk, notify .the donor ,r.:1 I trht war an honorary m\ih-,
a Me ww Lane at Fernhill Cemetery was :the d *j ONGE of t IN* rmlpt of the monc! had helt)* il In corning out many
held Monday. Nov 2.1 at 2
pm. The park department, cull do II"", of Its protectsRephkre
The lilY,';ilinr.: was given by planHhg. ('o-ojx.Talion hnv ltunixvmwaJ .:..- -- -------
the Rev ,AlUn Smart of the First
by ofrtelals oi both .uo
nil) dokihte
,. Mtthodist Church and! the benediction JMHl dtAitity' \ nod the Stale RUcfart .." .! hunt and
a tate I eaienreht' ;4 hi.lotctttt'mb''
MARKET I by the Rev. Norman Feast- \cnt 1 has given its DI't'r\\,
rt of All Saints' Fplscopnl Church, al to tmt I plan. The planting us,il I )inn home with Clistitni. I\IlId.
''J Jcrtsi'rt\ Reach. continue from the present' marker a"nliin( Mhil jttloknl. \ Uhidowl\

We feature gourmet food from around the world. Mr tlugh Willougriby Jr. told for a distance of f five mile or'' .For Free r.tlm.t't'1
the storv of Memory Lane, fol. more, ai furuN become availnble I t AT MUST''
Also S. S. Pierce and John Sexton fine roodloHOBESOUND I >writ b, remarks by memhcr of Mr. Neail gave: the bronze1 I ..
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the ( ounty and City Commission -
A bronze marker wu presented SMIL.E"
"DANCE WITH A
by Mr*. Howard Neail.
The herb signifying MNCtl
rosemary
546-2761 546-5540 546.2951 "f r ra remembrance:: planted by past TO THE .tUIUIUIUU
president. of the dartlcit (huh, picot rtNCTKNSJ :
Kin. J. W tlussey, president gave Carl Greco
the art of dedication, I'd: Clay tang .
This Weeks fro.jr
SpecialsGal.lVKlk..89c l," which
America the Itellulll
1W" sr accord\bee t* a n
was followed by the benediction a* tIM nhmtra. .
Among those present were City
e Manager" Joe! Cn>*drr. MJVOT Ray rt t box 56 hob aound ph. 546-5197
iIJr : \ Rill Jack Hartmnn.
tooke. Tot :
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Dan McClure, Jesse (iriffin, A. E ---- -- ---- -- ------
Fresh Smile)' Milk plus deposit. Sinn, \Herbert Druner; the follow.Irig .

!MRS HUGH \\'IlIOVGIIRJR..ems punch to Robert J, Twjman' ahJ Robert Hunnn at the ah.nul paM rtr.ilrhltht' (IanltnI A! iinottncing
membership tea given .by the Martin County library Association. The tea pas held Sunday Club Mrs Willnford! Uach. Mrv

Kraft Oleo..lO NoV 22 at the Marlin t bunty Public LnCttV I I ton John Sr.I., Taylor Mr. Mrs.:. Ashlcv H. II., hits\ '- OPENINGFACTORY

--- -,_.- _- H. Swin I't Mr. Howard
Ncail. kern H. t t.. Wlllmlghhv.MM. .
Com Oil Oleo, limit 2 pleas* with a $5.00 order rr MVknvBlrthvMr.111E IORtU.HNrl I \V. C. Armor and Mr. D.
( AL 1. ltuI'I$1'' OUTLET
and Mn RohertCknnoit i Lane I is of
Memory project:
a *on, Nov. 19; Mr. and
,
the Harden Club honor h
to t ememory
Fresh 29c Mn. JiUrt DelxM Santos, a son,
Eggs. .Doz. Nov Hi Mr. and l Mr. Richard by plant of*the alohg Deceased Slate Road member( 76 WIGS t
Cashwell. a ton, Nov. 21; Mr and! 1ne first contribution front
came
Grade 'A' Medium, Limit 2 please with a $5.00 Order ak Mrs Wayne Dennis, a ion, Nov 4 friend who, I It Hot I member of
) 21 and, Mr. and Mrs. ThomasVlrnaiWe "
the chub The Hub decided" that
W Nov -Admitted, duiighter"' 'Nw'lJ. I' nrm-memhen should hiv the .opportunity Guaranteed/ '

Max. House 39c erman. Ivy Murton, Lodeun Roell \\. In memory to of join family In the or planting friends: genuine hitman hair
and Carol: C'leo
Jerry Rojt I
I
Hancock: discharged: Mrs. WIN .It. will" "be the responsibility of '
the ( ard'lull to collect I h t tc' us low
hum Friduk and daughter, John as
Coffee. Limit one please\ with $5.00 Order
fit'' Carter, Johnny Scott, and Ethel money" for the pluming, record
rv' Ward. the name of the donors and the I ,

,. New itet"TERRIFiC! Nov, I J-Admitted, Georgia 1. __ ___ __..... -- ,,, $6995.N
c- Curry Julius Graham and Mrs.
I ,
Robert Glennon; discharged. Jack .SJai'pe',1losey! \ f

Bush,, (:John M. Allen RagnorlUnsen 'Wedding" Set at NO DOWN PA111F1VT
Radman, AlblftDner .gr
Frozen and MM. Jimmlt Everett. Itio' Friday ONLY il.Srf A HFFK;
L and daughter, I
Nov, 19-Admitted. Wanda i The marriage of bliss Rebecca: C"mn' In and see this anU r ;w' Hors D'Oeuvres w, Ahrent, |11011I4 Smiley, Lottie \Vaton Sue Sharpe and Clary Paul Mot- bargain. Uh""lf uU prlcr forvrrvone.
,.1, Robert Morrison, Harry J. Icy will lake place Friday, Nov l I All ciilurn and huts..
Smoked Turkey, Coiktail hanker, Utllup Terry Prange, Catherine! 27 at the Rio Buptlst Church: at vullubhi. Pay cash layaway or
% MINAGFR Joe N. Crowder, purchase the first poppy of U Iretn Alois llolzopfel, Sam 7..10: ) pm. A {rcicpnon In I In* r *
j
h"r/rrq t
Shrimp with Sherry, Lobster" wltfc of War Rhixles! and Michael Hlnimt dls- church Fellowship Hall Mil follow Ilmpayments..
the annual poppy sale by the Veteran! Foreign from
charged Katherine I Duvls, Eudean iho Alt friends are
ceremony
Cognac I
of the tale b the relief fundto
Mrs. Grace Hall. The proceed go ) .
Kowell. Tammy Russell and Jerry ; InvlleJ.I
assist/ needy soldiers, tailor, Marines, their dependents widow Rojt.
From our Choice Meats Dept. and orphans. The poppie* were sokl! Nov 19-21\ I Nov. JO( -Admitted. Doyle Au-I Mr and! Mel Robert llelmer Wigs
ley, Nancy Wollcrlng and Homer and! ion Curt\, of Pa urn us. N. J., Jacqueline
Humphrey: distharged.. I ,'Rachel hive been visiting Mrs liclmcr', *
Season Itakef." Ctcne'! Alexirfsliif.I :Mrs I purrhK Mr, and bits. AnioiSthramm Ts: IItiiY"N( itil; ll 6.\U'RfUSE ILfi IIRIDGINt
Starts
EJgewater off !Robert CAnnon and! ton. Jjiluisdr of Stuart. the I helmets I I
4. >"h m and" Anna Llndhlom. are enprcicd" to be here until after' : 111 S1UARI' 1101' LG
Fetes I' Nov. 21 l.Admtiied, John Scott thanksgiving,
With Birthday- Wedding Eh/abeth indwiirni.I John Broberf -1-- ..-- -____-
(lene'va Chance'; Mr*. Juan
Recent arrival for part ncuson William Mitchell of Louisville, ky,; DeLo* Santrts, Mr. Richard Cash- I
and full teason arc Mr. and Mrs Mr. lou Tousley and Met Dor I well and Mr*. Ittoma Varnadore.;

Weldon E Davis of Coral' Oahlc; I why John of Rocky Rivet, bhlo, UullharJ:Steiner 1I1,, Terry Margaret Prang Oavia, Antonio, Marie

John Snure Jr. of Silver Springs, I and Mr and Mr*. R. M. Dillon Force, Ella: Mat Cruller and Mr.
Ald. Mr. Susan Cabana of Oilt of l.ihcrtyville.: III. Byron Brown and xm.
e rr Ontario, Can. Mr and Mrs. A combination birthday-wedding Nov 22--Admilled, Robert Bo.
anniversary observance' wat held i 'lots, William Williamm Janlece
in the solarium Tuesday evening Taylor. Kathleen Stevenson, Wlrvnw at yfig.JHANKSGIVINiG
Birthday were celebrated by Vlrtlnid White. Patty Beach, Charle
love, John Snore Jr., John 1 Wampler Mary Brown and Mr.
fleemsalh, Mr*. Lou Tousley\ ((her Wayne I Dennis, discharged: Frank ; :.
ninetieth birthday)) Mr*. .Lillian Saunders. Inoma Roihe Uila .
Milhcll Mr. Arthur Decker: ,I II Hampton, Samuel Rhtxlo. tula:
Sherry Stone and Ann Wood. It| lee Carter and Mr: *. Juan DclxM
wa the wedding anniversary of Santo and! 11("' H
HAMS 49 IxHJise and David Forrester.' John Nov, 23-Admited. Montgomery ..;.may
Heemwth wa master of ceremonies I Trimmer John "'IJa VirgieHiggms It is n pleasure lo express our :t
while the traditional 1 birthday !) ., Scott Smith I. I K. Robert
Smoked. Whole or flail Ice cream and cake and coffee *. Warren, jarretl and! Joseph .thanks for yoiir kind patronage; In the .
were served Mr*. Anne I.en- I>clancy: discharged.: Dorothy
nan and Philip Vivian entertained ': Primm, Pauline Vgna and Haiti' dad to extend burcry hest wished! .
past
with magnificent colored slides llaarSlYJmtPIIBTAAR,
TURKEYS 39? QI of Ttlua. Arlrona, New Mesicn.California. '* ..,..
all the" -
e't Oregon British Cerium* I I (for n ThttnksfffVinj{ that reflect*
bl'- and the orthwe'alas. Ot. 1 .
11) St. Joseph C uild will )hold '
Armour Star, 16-lb. ind otef. Maine and Eastern: Canada. Visit. I IU. Annual/ Lhnslma: homer on I dbtmdance of this, prosperous land
1Ie5 Uig giie-M" "ere Frank and Marlon$ Saturday, IX. I 12, at the church:
Lehner ground ml Fast Tenth !Street.
HOME MADE SAUSAGE The uunl annual Thanksgiving There will .M an amateur latent! +
cO.\lPUn Day buffet dinner will be "held* In contest for children. up. la suleen
COUNTRY STYLE ITALIAN INTERIORS the solarium at 1.10: I'm. Thursday year of age with td Clay a* mailer .
Mr. Ethel Heemsath .la In of cerrmonle*. There will .rw Goodyear Service Store
charge of affair with the assist cake, candy! hot fond Including
49 89 ANTIQUMACCFAinniks Inca: of Mr. Louise lorrtster, a burhecue, fancy!: work, aprons
Mr*. Arthur Becker and Mri. rummage and white elephant\ dolls .
cmsUfllOUrTFJIV Freda Kiln" VWtlnj will he Mln religkni article' and many other I 257 \\l Osceola, Stuart, IMa. Dial 287"'4242 2871243SAM

Sharon Slommoff./ Bob and F'ttd.1K.n' attract ion*. ., .
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N. Y. STRIP STEAK BEtAlOST TtRKEYS Jt'RNtiVRPpRAPERIFI: :" 'Z: I KMODIuS I O>nst. offers In "

PHEASANTS CAPONS PRlStE SPRING: LAMB C\RI> OF l1IANK. the New Adult Community

MPNNESOTA:" VEAL rATIO The limlnn and sympathy 01tl"'borll skYMNti I'Ahk'

and friend In f
u. gtRNi10REREI1N our re
cent tortow will\ always remain nut 110\." os LAlsirtcAffD t S6nAntnr +, .
with, u* I prKloui memory. Our torAL rmttVtn r
From our Produce Dept rR ilncert: thank and gratitude, for Ortk-e (-..iMrrMjp.Nsr.N lrnet

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4.A THE STUART Via NEWS Thursday, November Two Arc Charged b
( ) 26. 1964PLAYtKS car jn avml parts pi t \I I
I Car TheftsTwo I Countf. ha'
Tigers Delight Homecoming Crowd In PitftuH WM rcli'.isc',i ? '' I 6",
bond
man wm 'ak.n into custody posted totalinc. >
Tuesday. by Deputy Sheriff
Jack Curry and charged with six I' The average life 1'.11I, ,,.I I
of larceny: They are'' eve man Increased I in I 1'/'>' ,
counts petty
By Rallying To Tie Trojans 1919An Torn: Mothcrshed twenty-four, of I \ear-to 67.2 years 'I I ,
Palm City and Benjamin II Pitt woman's! life" expeu: i "
man :21! of Port Salerno. I| same time increased In i I

They are charged with Dealing I >ears,
sit Inspired/ Marlin County team in the third quarter when Harold ------ ._- ---- -
had a capacity homecoming crowdon I Wise ran 53 yards to score 1 hits :
Us feet for mewl of the second ', time Andcrions kick wa good Ties Dominate Suncoast Standings; ,
half us they rebounded from at'HIlouchdown From then on it was all WHITICARBOAT
M deficit twice to tie ,I In the final frame Clark Coma
Like Worth 1919. bulling over from the I I. the kick Turkey Games a Help? Perhaps Knot ; WORKS
The Tigers played easily their failing and Jerry Merklingcr running i
: '11';' best fool hall of the season to surprise from the 6, with a Mauldin. West Lake Off Indian Avenue. Port &0".0M.RL"iE
the Trojans beaten only by I Kramer knotting the Heading i into five 'turke\ retain fifth place whether or 001,1,' RAILWAe HSIIING TRIPS
8 j Palm I Bench and 'Forest Hill, who 6'/i' minutes pass from the end. score games." which ended the 1964, they beat Fort Pierce: their prc ,
11' Suncoast Conference season no Wednesday record Will 4-4-0 However CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
take unbeaten records into 1 the
I' IJ' j less than of the outcome of the af KNCIN:
; ... fi If I championship game on Wednesday OTHER RIAt'LISSuneouht : seven the ten team '' game the I, NO. I MARINE
involved of
f ', Nov. 25 ConferenceFort were. in lies in the standing 'I feet the fmul standing Rural Rout No. I. Stuart Florid Dial Allantlc '.:.v,
-.tr. I It was a Kramer homecoming. Pierce 13, Pahokee 0fore.t I | tie Eagle for, who sixth were place in, with a three Martin-wa) I BOAT BUILDING e REPAIRS e STORAGE
Strangely the Wednes]
In Gloria enough
pre-gume ceremonies TaiMermlt.1
was crowned homecoming Queen 1 NCI Hill 18 onrctfnr', Seacrest 13 day games might not solve a i County end Belle Glade all at ,I Agent for AI Pflue8er!: Inc,

OK llll I : WEEK: for the Nov 6 Vero Beach and Nov and roughly two hours later, her I Riviera Beach- 29 Jupiter 6 thing, since the final standings 2.1.. prior to Wednesday games I '

M Forest Hill games. respective! were Dm kilhournc. N(). 9, twin brother, Ralph took the pass !! could see everyone except Vero Belle Glade appears to have the I'I'bc '
Reach, fifth and tenth chance of improving its position !
unit Eddie Clifford No 41 I for the nineteenth point which I (Nov. 20( Inclusive: ) Pahokee. ,
tied in the final I it takes on Pahokee, whose
lied the standings an
game W L T PF P\ GOLFNew
e- -- I 1 he Trojans scored! : in each of Palm 8 0 0 180 16 At the top Palm Reach and record is a dismal 0.840.Martin I I ,
the first two qimrteri on runs by I I Forest BH ""h... 8 0 0 :139 44 Forest Hill with 8-O-O) records I ; County Tigers will need I:
Gladden Takes !! Five From Martin Richard Campbell I and Charles I ScacrcstLake .. 5 2 1142 I J 45 play one" another i n a dream to be at their best to win at Kiv- County Golf & Country ClubST.
Art Anderson and would I icra Beach for the Hornets are
Mawcery missing I Worth .. 5 2 I 94 79 game a tie leave ,,
I I both kicks Vero Beach 4 4 0 114 104 them tied for the championship much too good a team to be ninth LUC1E BOULEVARD Turn fifth just before crossing
: Handicap.Lead Win at Field Day Buck Mauldin reduced the margin Belle Glade 2.5 I 77 11.5 Scacrcst and Lake Worth tied with a I.6-1 I record as of involve: I i New Bridge: to Beach
I before: the half, going over Martin County 2 .5 I 76 1011 for third place with 1.2,1.I could 20 A Hornet win could
An 82 round COM Fran Wil'lOtt'the F i Tnet Martin County: players: t Irom the 7. Marly Kehnbcrg Fort Pierce 'l 5 I .54 J 186 I also stay) tied as they talk turkey them in a lie leaving only poor COMPLETE Greens Fee
were the money at the UpperlFast kick: wa off. Riviera Beach I 6 I H 81 I I together too. old Pahokee Blue Devils doomed I'
lead in the third round! of I IN
four-week handicap tournament a : Coast Ladies Golf Association I Lake. .Worth went further ahead Pahokee 0 8 0 "4 14! The Indians of Vero Beach will I to remain untied and in the cellar 18-1IOLE COURSE $3.50
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Force Base on friday. AI
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Association of Martin
County I'' Jackie Hartsell won low net,
Tuesday as she slipped to tic for I
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I first flight Gerrie low I
third/ place. ; Krueger Fundamentalsof : Th MEMBERSHIP:
putts second (light: Connie Gladden 'p\'H(: -
Connie Gladden notched a 74to low net, second flight Marian -. MEMPI.RSIIIP INITIATION FEE $100.00
take the lead at 225.; Gen Luce Kelleher low net, fourth; flight, q ''; '' '' '' SINGLE MEMBERSHIP . ..... 80.00 -.

stayed in second place with a 78 and Maggie Zihlman playing her Golf ,. : .? ; ,, .. : :. ..,: '. I J t DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ..... ...... 100.00'
round and a 228 total and Betty first field day, won low net fifth "i." ,:'" 'i.' "."',;." ,, .J. '. 10 PLAY BOOKS ........... .. .. .. .... ........ 30.00 >
Maddron 79 was good for a tie I flight 1 ; : ; i"J: '(;;] 20 PLAY BOOKS 55,00

with In Fran the Wilson 9-hole! at group 231 Gerrie I competing Other Martin were. Etta County DcStcfano players''I by ,( ; ".JI.!: ; '. /,;.lJ/ti.WI./?; ::1; . #; 30 PLAY BOOKS ':.::'::.::: .::'::::::::::: .. -: '- .

Krueger scored 40 for a total of I I Louctte Woodrum. Arnita Johns MVIT\ MOORE ; I iM '" ,' :. .. ;' {; DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOUt SHOP
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113. keeping her in the lead; Rca i and Isabel McPherson Jt. ,f b. MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
Anderson Mayed second with 42- +IrerMatrMaradrlat. vI.FASIIN : ;". ...,..." "f'. .'. ,'. 'i'
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Allent. 42 put them in a tie at 121RY i Tigers Band Is .. Dial 287-2274
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:BI'W SPEAKER The two balance of a golf swing f1'/i\/ Lowest Price
$ Radtke I are often misunderstood] but ,\
Riy director of the Piofnc'tr The Marching Tigers/ of Mar I I they i .. "
School in Port SuUrno. was1 i\ tin County Senior High)/ achievedthe are very simple .. :\ '.... ., .. ... .. .
guest ,'rxf'keiMil Ihe Biminess and lop rating, superior," in the You can't t bend over too much \1 ) ) t: t tr5k4i SMLSAW ;
I Professional. Women Cluh Tues OIl1rchinaechon\ of the Class B, and you can't he too rigid to hit .t'
day Nov 24 The club met at District 8, band contest at Jay II a golf ball Restricting the motion :
the( home of Mrs, John. Bowie, cce Field, Fort Pierce Saturday of your head either. buck or down, "{t "
The concert and night rending destroys the balance of a awing *
Coxa Terrace, A Covered' t : ,, :: I! I
: dish "
The motion j' )
sections of the contest will I be held in created in the feet, ..{1Mi ., I : '' : I
uppur_ preceded. : I the.I meeting_. .. at the Log.Cabin here on MarchCharlotte's : and the head has to balance on ":' !,;, ''i >>J:; :: l; f,.': < '. '. AIi.:: ,;, ., r"t,: ig:; '};
-- --- top of the!, hotly ,l,:;rt\i1..\. ,., ".. .f'.,;, "' r"" "). ;; :"..". ... >; W' ,.< \ ; '11 );!:;'t'\J! /
W'i' i ;
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,." The two balance' are 'posture'and : : "' ;: 'i" "" J !($ '. \.
ANOV OPH1 (4.j j f fr side to side I balance: ? f (' ;t\i1f:\ 'W _
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The first, posture is the vertical ... n Syr /
bulince of a swing The straighter : \ rM.d

!', Gifts YOU stand and Ihe less dipsy-duod- IKOJAN RACK Ron Hawk, No 10 is about to fall after being tackled by an unidentified Tiger
\ ling you do, denotes good! posture, de-lender, as Marly Rehnbcrg, No 66 move in The Tigers rallied for IV.IV tie
To have good posture, your hotly
m rtFl1KE1C1J cins; I-ROM 1 1 KASI: '10 \\KSI._ bus to be balanced, on the halls '
.... l ., l lk lit and heels of the I Itel, rather than ',
': CI ARLO1'IE" : CLUSAi ..... .. on the toes, throughout 90 per cent [ State Meet of .
.. "Cirlorado i Avenue. or the swing

,.. sJ sal to Miiart latklc P.O. Box 2(42(( Bending over to get to the ball Walton Leaders
,?Phone 287-2J8H SIVART. I..LORIIU"Factory should he kept to a minimum and
should be from the waist Someof
the bending la forward and the Florida Division of the hank v
remainder is to the left by tilting Walton League will hold a direct i Li
Restyled the hips Play the bull (opposite I curs meeting at Silver Springs Nov
I the left heel and the tilting of the I |
.. | 28-2V. according to Charles Kindred
: hips Is easy president }
,\ .I The second, the side to side Slate leaders will discuss. forth i W
e '' balance or, in everyday terms, the I coming legislation Joe Penficld wry 1
$249.50 shifting of the weight/ is the main national director will be banquet
balance of a golf swing speaker Saturday $Zg9s

: $IS IXWN $10 MONIII / 1 l Again/ playing the ball! opposite Nine conservation objectives arc, i A TOP VALUE!
e eRe the left heel la a key, as here ) the agenda, including amending'
n: you find its origin True balance 1(1) snook taw to prohibit snack
MORiTZ PIANO COMPANY starts on the left leg opposite the slopping oil pollution at t It'a your beat buy, Handles .11 cutting jobs in home
halls moves over to the right leg in I' bunkering stations, ending inter + workshops, And these outstanding features make it
: 112 N. Sill FOKr PIERCII: DIAL 4614747FREEFREEFREE the back: swing. and then !back to I stale transportation of alligators in value.
,- the lell! leg for the hit and the fin I llhe safety valve canal from Lake tops
i ish. Ukcechobee 1 to Everglades National Powerful Motor-evar 1 horsepower to
This balance I it stimulated Park and-pollution and ann- handle the toughest cuts : <
: J= through or the dredging/ actions", and saving wilderness .
I of the: feet t'llbrr ankle shad areas along the Cross- Varl-Terquo Clntch-dnongig" blade If *
I roll over going buck: before: the Florida Canal route R binds In cut Protects motor against \
: 1 lb. Claxton Fruit Cake with your heel comes tin. 'I I he right ankle west and burn out.
i should roll over coming down, bo-
purchase of an oil change with filter. fore the heel: conies: up, The right Section of Code .' e Extra Cutting Capacity-with t%' blade
foot create: the knack of hitting : Governs AwningsA r lumber can bo oislly cut even at 45*. Ails, .U.bta-7W
a "golf" ball, and the heel: should lIIodoi

: r',, : Now at I""be finish down at the hit, then up at the 's building new section axle of adopted Merlin by County theI .. Accurate Adjustmonts-dopth- oach,quickly and adiustod.baud ureesk&lranwylo nsr $$64.9 5

u I Stand as straight as you can; I County Commission Tuesday, guy 'j
'; I keep your heels on the ground ax I ern the installation of rigid awnings SVu" SKIL
,' 1 'IIA. W. GULF SERVICE I long as you can; roll the ankles in I metal patio coven and canopies SAW as low as $22.95
for good! footwork and you will I .
; stimulate both! of these balances ) CONTRACTORS ATTENTION ;
302 N. COLORADO AVE. II i I Nelson (unninghuin. of Cunningham s
Neil: the part the head and / Lngintering, North ALL BALL BEARING: HEAVY DUTY i
These fed play. Stuart sought. to have Ihe section. ,
cakes purchased from the I "
were ___ I 61' Skil Saw "
$54.95 '
amended by obviating the neeev 8'.' Skil! Saw $74.95 i
: Civ tans for this event! Ihe Slate Turnpike Authoritysays say for trailer park owners: to
you need not hesitate, passing" agree to building permits but. no I
II a patrol' vehicle when' you are i change was made after it was
point
wiihm: the. RlCkt' SCAMMUL, No 50. white, hi about to lake a Buck
speed I limit on the Sunshine 1 ed out thai the owners had lhI DYKES
I State Parkway. They patrol I (List word on any work dime in Mauldin pass in sputa of the efforts of Chuck Massey of Lake LUMBER
at moderate apevd their parks.. Worth in fridays Homecoming game,

: Let our experts I! .. A'U *.*. 1 RACKS, IIOBL SOUND, FLA. S46J551ClORIA
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THE STUART (Florida) NEWS TltllI da,.. November M, 1964 S-A
Stuart Duplicate Bridge Club I ,

I by (59)Ginter and CliftoN [)u. Wednesday of each month, the

Attracts 62 to 2nd Session bow Jean Pusher); second and ((96'3)Ethel), Will weN, I club will offer a special masttjg(
peat .wale with extra award to
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third l
mot; ((96)) were M r.
I Stuart Duplicate RrUtt Club against average of (SO). Second and Mrs. T. D. Kelly; fourth the' --.. 'j
1' played its second session Wednesday I position went to Virginia J tacn ((86V4X) Mr and Mn }. C. Mi-
I evening. Nov. 18 at the. Stuart I and Margaret Rule: ((96)); iWM choolson: and! in filth )1"1100(8J The proportion of manic' *housed
Youth Center Fifteen and one I Ii place to Thomas Crook and! Nd M ( ). were Mabel Hancock and .holds in the United State ha D to .
i half table competed in a Mitchell'' Cundiff. ((941 3)). and tied for Shirley Rathkopf. creased 50 per cent since 1900. /
i I movement under the direction ol fourth place (*4) were. Bunny Ab- The next regular game will be fourth of the women with chi
Jay Mam. I Ml and Betty Mane and Mr. on Wednesday Nov, 25 al 745p : drtn, who bead many of the fare
North-South first place went to and Mr*. John Watson. ,m. sharp.Starting !lies without a man, have annul
I Mr. and Mrt J. C. Presion_(110)I ). tasi-\\e t first place *M won in January on he first .incomei of under $1,000.
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TilE DEBUT of the new choral! group formed ert Wood, Mrs. Hugh Gawn, Mrs Edna Hu/elvuxxl, Handsomely designed polypropylene chair has tufted
the Womun'1 Club of Stuart under the direction B. Watwn. Back row. left to right;: Mn. Joseph Andel-

I New!some, was made at the meeting, Wednesday, Henry Moore. Mn. A. S. lUlwy! Mrt John Hoffman design, struight legs with Je\clers. Ideal for u lawn or
row, left to right: Mrs. Alfred Hogarth, Mrs H. W. Newwxne.
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.. porch chair, Florida room, bedroom, etc. Sturdy
Atlantic Court

I SOIL Deeds Lists A rrivals .. construction for long service.

Farly season arrival at the ,
-- -- in Week 'Atlantic Court Apartments I In. ,
, Governor Farris elude: Mr. and Mrs. Ora Avery,
LEE CASON JR.
By Three Rivers, Mich.: Mrs M. D.I I
I Nov 20-26( has been proclaimed) when many for Hendrix, Cookville, Tenn.: Mrs \ SAVE $1.14
Farm-City Week in Florida bySalon together ml;! unde \; Arthur 'to Emma Dell M, Allison and MM Elizabeth: I I
ces>, if any. The 5, St. Lucie Vista! Es (ireenc, Nt\\founJlulld. Can.; Mrs. :
proved relations I OO. Goldie Plummer. I loins I n d. ; 1z1d.-\ From Our
Pre/ions
city people. R. Owens to Willie Mr. and Mrs J. Hams Strotidv!
Kiwanis Clubs Lot 6, block 1, Bog- burg. Pa.: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel : Low Price
r ion. $200. Thorn, Spurrimhush, N. Y.; Mr.
for their strong Eastshore Properties, and Mrs. Glenn Guiler, Cleveland, 1 of $3.77.
I City Week; they Inlet Beach Colo Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. !Karl; Van Lu-
of I ing programs yen, Ballersea, Ontario, Can; Mr. '
r !invite farm 3, block: 14; lot 3,
t them, during ; lot 6, block 15; kit 7, and Mrs. Myers Robinson Tuck-II' w
trton. N. J.; Dr and Mr. O. Van
all in
Club of ; Jupitcr-lequeMa! '
I warns
A. $100. Utvcn. Collins Bay Ontario Can.; 'I''
this week. Colony section
Beauty 'I doing : ,
Mr. and MrIrwin Trout' Reading
opportunity to Inlet Beach Colony, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephenson I
I ,Radiological Hmchliff. Lot 3, Kingston Ontario Can; Mr 36 QUART .-
riculture. Jupiter-Tequesta Hunt and Mrs George Homing, Reading : > v
PftOHSSIONAt. I The Stuart. section A. $',9tlO) I Pa.. and Mr. and Mr. Henry I Ii
Soil Inlet Beach Colony, Moore:, Thorold, Ontario, Can.
BEAUTY CARE I U will S.be Soil J'N 2 : : : Jupiter-Tequesta H. Harned.! Lot Hunt 7, i WASTE BASKET TT.T

Thanksgiving, section A. 4900. SI, JOStPII CtILD IRS
('',.tHIS PARTY :
I Inlet Beach Colony,
By1REI H. Moss ct aL lit 6, The St. Joseph Guild held a I.argc bizq& trush basket l has! attractive basket: I .
I'he'' fllUnthl < .'Iciiue u Hunt.I curd party:.mUuLaanroiuutty' ) room f' .tiVla .. ... 'jl' II
\ :, RIMNK: -Twne7" tTorchhcarcr* ), sufUm.A. $.&. ().* 411 IJae. I tnt. lir'1ft.1' *Uk Build- carve design/ und built-in han les. It is pretty : .
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F in Fhurulay) November l )ihMrs.
Operators ul* Fort Pierce. Inlet 11 each '(t>k>ny, big ti /

FRANCES RKDD1S1I I I II by/ Frank I Jupiter R. Schmidt.cuiioMa Hunt Lot Mrs.. Olin Marjtie Booth Pine was Sirs chairman IdwardInrkin and i enough tomb tc u place in any room of the house. j
Department I
I Mm Helm Reillcy.) Mn
in which he section A. $4,900. Philip Angel, ad Mrs. (,eorgeRuelius : Assorted decorator colors.
Now 'Fealurilg--: I in the Goodwin to Clair assisted. One i>f the door I
Bartlett Jensen : I An undivided 'V4 In :
beautiful
i orchid
was a "
prices
Pedicures president! of the I property in section: 10 donated by Mr. Hank
corsage
'Relaxing Facials9 Chapter No. S., range 41 E. $100. Spiller. Winner were. : Pol..... A.
I Point, Inc to J. 0 IJtKtrom, Mrs Pearl Pearl Mn
Mr and Mn. Lot 184 Lighthouse! S. Hoyt.: Mrs V Boll, Mn T i
t ins, Seventh I : Itonifa. Mrs R. Wright and MnG. '
OPEN: MOMUY1I1ROUG1I guest this past : Lee Adam to Arner (,ururan. Winner of the rurkey
SATURDAY I !and I 5, block: 4, Booker wa Mrs. William Schneider.II .
Michael Compare at $1.59
304 OSCEOLA AT 74)536)
I Mary Louise! finley to Howard A. '
( ,\ ;" F. IMC.SHY
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Isles subdivision." $4,600. ON UVS SPIrGtL: GROVE

MODEL OF NEW MINIATURE HEARING P. Bell .to Jack Ho Charles I'. I lig>.hy, seaman -(vrreniic
14 and the north li *. USN, ton ol Mr. and!
c A MM!(.x imlou. a./u.t ft.. .I(!Fund'T"I block 41, Broadway Mrs, Charles, J. Digoby" of Stuart
tmnmt N lkM ale.. krar Lucie Litatcs. $13,100 recently reported for duty aboard
r m4l tm4, mwttt.rival .Iw A Ira rwllr* ..., Vuflier: to (arolyn the dock landing ship USS Spwgel l MENS BANLON Boys' FlannelSHIRTS
l i t'' M lw.l...O...lillMrc. HMrtai l>2, Papaya Village Grow, operating out or Norfolk
will aa b* '! awar tkla aa.b ) Va. 'I ho ship provides dock landing /
I + In Ilia artvacv a( ktEp... M. Maxwell to Doro facilities for assault croft durIng -
.yt. ; ;' YOUR riitt TO Lot 58, Little amphibious landing_
rbone or $100.

Western Auto :Silverman to I lot 12, Block 3. 'Indian Ridge
3A. Block I, J'oth'l suhdivKmn. $3Stx).
tkarba4 Daafer MOTOROLA/DALHBEIIG / & $100. Harvey Vortpuii It* Henry Kri>gniann. ,'hang sk.ves' fur jfitt 1M tttrrmih
261 (Mfl) Stuart Florida ) Fulford ct al, to lot 2.: Bock 7, Huta Sound .. .ailed
Neihery property in 'U""IYI.kl" $2.11''' / saw UclllUllMll
- r it ills tits Estate IUh I Pkaiw rush me talE Infurmatiod oo the : land adjacent to Grove AtMKlalc Limited prc'per- '
37 S. R 41 fc $100. ly In township' 3V' and 4() south r fort earl| fur padre buy..

. P. Fulford el al to Fred range 41 east, $lJJV.or).
I Name !. property in Lot 5. Ninejcm Inc., to rank Me
subdivision" and Mahon et al. property in township 'rA J
I Address .. land adjacent to Sec. 44 south range 41' east, $1-
R4I E. SIO". I30.7IX.
Corporation la Jack Nincjcm, Inc to GulNtrtamitru
State.'
I 1l1'1' Lot 14. Sunshine Park (' Inc., property in township.
tom tor its_r .. S 100. 4i> "south, range 41 earl, $1X01)0.UghihiMite ) O Assorted colorplaidsSizes
-33q'i'irfl'rfr'Um'JtJC1'' 1 llirnB a afe lst Ba s BaBBalaBBalaMa a :. Builders. Inc. to Mar Point Inc, to HarryC
-gjjjaaeag"*'' *ap pB Mg > l UUil lifc4p .. .. lots 4, 5, 6. Hutchinson U* 185, Ughlhutifte 3 to 8
Sunset<< Gardens, $ Point $4.4iji>. ,_
ALL YOU CAN Land Corp. to 7'1 Naomi" C. Hcllpcrttel! la A. W.
Lot S. Block 22, fcKnht./ Lisa 2 and 3, Block 4- HOYS' 10-O/() DENIMDUNGAREES
Park $3.100.) 3. hcciMMt I I. North Rivrr Snorts, lt

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I The!; site! .Men> tUB ct ship h! god speech I
the Pint" $! Church, re- L 'i M HCih
I Gently &i the! Rev. AI.I .: Llvi

I Stuart heW art Inspiring\ I .
I meeting on Thursday Nov. 19. 'Dnitf
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$lixty-eigM hien attended, the nee .
I r I highest number to attend a meeting toeak
tr't since the church moved to Colorado
It have been ISit Mow
Avenue. would .i fl.
+1tk1 more but due to the organization d t t boouivgFd I' "
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I being in the formative mage, quite fi 4 k !t U e3 I st t

I a number of the Methodist men 1f'IIIih: eP m rt'f b one I Is i ,
I were not contacted. tlhce wear home cards' '
I The meeting consistd of a family said Ueorge V. Waits, club! rte ;I' t r l
"t style meal served 6y the' : Dorcat dent. "t rint or neighbor
r I Circle of; the Woman's; Soclcty I II I' as many did 1 last lime, but come
of hrb.tialSe fellow- yourself( lit any event.
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i ; i p I In English, Starting/ Node 29 I II Pu; .


I At Sty Joseph/ Church Stuart, sanctuary and go to the altar. The I i s *

I Ighi and St. Joseph Novitiate, Jcnscil; I, first prayer (Introit) will be offer. 1 "
Beach the Holy Sacrifice of the i ed in English followed by t the rr
I Kyrle and Gloria.
Mass will be otfered In Englishfor Most important of all the Epistleand I

the first time tin Sunday, Nov. OOpel11I be read in English

29 the First Sunday 6f Advent. I According to the Commission
Similar offering will be made ; the Prayer of the Faithful I ,
throughout the nation in keeping is to be Introduced Into the Mass I
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with the instruction of the VatiI Thl prayer will he for the nation, ,,

GLUSA poses with her daughter, Mr. W B. Mills, and her granddaughter Ivls. I can Council's Constitution on the for civil authorities, for different
classes of people and for the local
Mn. Glusa and her daughter survived months of severe bombing in Bcrlin during World War II. I Liturgy.Alt changes Incorporated into needs of the parish. The Creed,

the Mass have come through the Sanctus, Lord's Prayer,.Agnus Del x r s'.
Loves America's 'Right to Livb Free' Diocese of Miami Liturgical Commission and Domine non sum dignus .
Msgr. Peter Keilly chair before the reception of Commuo-l, -
Ion-are to be said .in English.In .
man.The primary purpose of the introduction closing the Mass the Communion
Mrs. Glusa Was in Berlin When : of English Into the liturgy Prayer and last blessingwill ,

is to encourage and make also be In English The Li- ,
possible more active participationin lurgicakCommission has empha-j I
the Sacrifice of the Mass by the to encourage I
Allied Bombers Made It Rubble congregation/ a sense of community within the
Catholics may expect a numberof parishes through the common celebration
changes Marling Sunday, There of Sunday Mass The most';' w

_....---. ,. --._ WI will be a greater degree of participation Immediate means of fostering the bi a d
I with tong. The people will corporate worship of the parisheswas
Daughter I German Potato Soup sing the entrance hymn at the seen to be in the introduction
beginning of Mass, as the celebrant Of f the Vernacular in all liturgical iikr ..
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MarriedSoldier By KARIN MILLS and his ministers enter the smites.\ v-- -
8 strips bacon, 'cut fine (RED F, SCIIOCK and Mrs. Schock arrived recently to open Sunrise Inn for the season. Schock
announced that the official will be on Dec. 8.
3 carrots cubed fine FIRST PRESBYTERIANNorth FIRST BAPTIST today opening

1 onion cut fine River Shores Stuart I -- -- --

2 stalks celery cut fine Sunday: 9 a.m.. morning worship The community Thanksgiving ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPALJensen
By CHARLEY STOOKEY 4 cups cubed raw potatoes service: ; I 10( a.m., Sun d .t service will be held Wednesday; I Winter Gathering Beach

A.newcomer to the Stuart area Put first four ingredients In. three-quart. rot. and.,.browl'? church ichool with classes for all evening at 7:30: at the I Of Witnesses Is Thursday, Nov. 26 Thanksgiving -
Then add fill with water till potatoes' are cov ages: 11 a.m., morning worship list Church. This service is .
jI is a native of Germany who sulfercd lightly. potatoes sponSored j Set in Kissimmee"We're Day: 9 ..m., Holy Communion.
through the many month ered. Add salt and pepper to taste and boil) 40. minutes. over low !service Fellowship and coffee by the Martin County Min-I Intention: "Thanksgiving For
hour Immediately following; 5:30: I Isterlal Association! Rev. "
of terrific bombing of Berlin dm- heat.i to kissimmee next Our Many Blessings
going !
p.m., Senior High! Choir practice: ; Stuart, of First Method! I !
lag .World War 11 I taraslrurrMSina pastor month for our 'feast of fat things," Friday Nov. 27: 6 a.m., Requiem
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6:30 Youth Fellowship.Wednesday the
She is Charlotte Glum whose '" : p.m. (Church will bring message"An I Frank Maitoza, local presiding' Holy Communion. Intention:
'daughter is the wife of Winfred- the service station he now opera Wonderful fresh vegetables herd," : 7:3U: p.m., AdultChoir Inadequate Vocabulary." Other I minister of Jehovah's Witnessestold "The Departed.

;Mills, proprietor of the Gulf ServIce ates. Karln's uncle. John Grim, she ald enthusiastically, "In Germany Circle: practice.4 will meet Tuesday, Dec. pastors having purls on I thl I lal the Witness congregation here Saturday, Nov. 28: 10 a.m.,
r station next to Merklo Motors had Informed him that the place we have lots. off. potatoes 8 instead of Dec. I. program are Rev. Durward Knight., In Stuart at their meeting Sunday children's inquirers class.
'X>n Colorado Avenue Stuart was available. I and cabbage: and a few other vegetables Rev. A. Sydney Lowrle Rev. Arthur v,. evening First' Sunday in Advent, Nov.
will he Thurs.day
Cilim's husband served i in but not the variety you have Advent Musicale A. Smith and Rev F. H. Watkins rOIL 29: 7:30: a.m.. Holy Communion
Mrs Mrs, tJlu,a Is appalled at the way Dec. 3 at 8 at t thi t Mr. Maitoza laid that he was
hot the
,[the tJermaarmy. tiring thon-! her daughter and most! other yoUng here and I love them! church. p.m. pastor. Preceding referring to t three-day religious Corporate Communion for men
!.Iflict- and' survived' ,. but hat ilhf American mother raise" there chile daughter Mrs. Mills, learn. Service the Training Union Countfl gathering( which: Witness Supervisors and hoy* with..light breakfast following -
passed. on; Sha'came to the,}\hI lt; dren.- American children 'are so ett English: in Germany beginning JEHOVAH 'WITNESSES" I I 'nleetln, and covered dish supper -. Joseph Saia and David Bowman the service i ; 9 a.m.. Famil9Communion

,ed States five, years ago, and moved spoiled!," she cried: in dismay! "You I in the fifth grade Alter finishing Kingdom Hall, Belts Road will be Hall held in 6.the The church: Chancel Fellowship working out of the Witnesses' i church school; II
at
; to this area only last month cannot make children happy grade and high school she attended international heaquarters in a.m.. Holy Communion, sermon.
"Yes of us knew t h. t just Thursday, : Theocratic Choir will rehearse immediately! Monday, Nov. 30 St. Andrew
many giving then toys. They must college and! graduated with a ''de 7:30/.m. Brooklyn, N. Y., had arranged to
Killer was leading Germany t o he taught manners and courtesy pee I n business administration I ministry ; : p.m., servIce following the service. At 8:30: be held Dec. 1113. Ap.M.: 7 a.m., Holy Communion
disaster" she replied to our quo I and respect for their parents. and Here, in addition to keeping house : meeting. Theme: Personally; the Woman's Missionary! Onion i The assembly is sponsored by :Intention' : "In Thanksgiving for
Children Survive Armageddon. and the Brotherhood will have '
tion about how Germans felt about Assisting to .n the Lives of the Saints/
to love and enjoy the things of and raising three chiklrn. she helps I the Watchtower Bible and Tract
,the Feuhrer. "But there was noth executive committee meeting at the Tuesday, Dec I: 7 a.m., HolTCommunion.
nature," she continued. out at the service station, dispensing Society and will feature a free
ting we could do. Many times German Some American customs have gas and cleaning windshields."Yes Sunday, 5:15: p.m., Bible study; church. showing of a two-hour color film Intention: "For All
soldiers quartered In a barracks been hard for her to accept including Junior has a favorite ( er- with aid of Watchtower Theme: A Thanksgiving Testimonial 'entitled "Proclaiming 'Everlasting : Married Couples" Inquirers' classes
home were executed : "Jerusalem Burdensome Stone Service will be held In the church ALLAN H. i : 3:30: children 8
: near my the many American: han dish that I prepare for him. It WATSON Good News' Around The World. p.m.
because they much :' way it to All the Peoples, paragraph sanctuary on Thursday morning adults; 7:30: p.m., St. Ann's GWIJmeeting
talked j.. Joo women dress "I n Europe a woman I Is German potato soup and The film will he shown Saturday
she continued. would never, never think of seems that he just can't get enoughof 2J-41 at 8:30.: Watson LeaderOf afternoon ; hostesses, Mrs. H. Campbell
During the war when food was appearing on the street with her it." She (gave us the recipe. Tuesday.'' ft p.m., Bible Bahylon'aFall .study The Youth Choir will meet Sunday The theme for the assembly will : and Mrs W. W. Fletcher
;''rationed they managed to act.alon hair in curlers," she cried. The day Mrs. Glusa was interviewed Theme" : Previews of afternoon at 5:30: for rehearsal be. "Speak the Word of God With
i ,. It was after the war before She was surprised at how +o for this article she was for participation) li' and they will bring the special Revival in Boldness." FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
I the Berlin Airlift became effective, lit," American I motorists are. ''In. busy unpacking articles for a gift Assemblies music at the evening worship scrv SCIENTISTEast :
and
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,that they felt the pinch of hunger Berlin or Paris a pedestrian that Is shop of imported items. that she field service Saturday Sunday ice. At both morning worship serv SALERNO SOUTHERN Oceaa Blvd., Sl-iart$
Mrs. Glusa explained that one caught In the street in traffic will Is. about to open in the Dchon 9:15: a.m. fees Sunday Rev. Forrest H. Watkins Tropical FarmsDr. MEIIIODIST Lesson-sermon subjects: Nov.
:was afraid to confide his feeling! be run over. Here they stop and building\ Colorado Avenue Stu EPISCOPAL will speak on "An Urgent Imperative Wednesday, 1 p.m.. Choir practice 26: "Lesson for Thanksgiving Day
to his closest friend, You dared wave you across. It is amazing" art. ST. MARY'S ." At the evening worship) Allan R. Watson' of : 7:3(1: ( p.m., a special Thanksgiving I "Thanksgiving;" Nov. 29: "An- j
trust no one," .she said, "and the she said delightedly Although her English I Is not perfect Thursday. Nov. 2ft: Thanksgiving service at 7:45: his topic will be pastor service will be conducted.: : cient and Modern Necromancy
radio gave us only the news thai Mrs. Gluts was quite l Impressed Mrs. Glusa i is an interesting' Day 7:30: ( a.m., Holy Fuchar "The Voice of the King Calvary Baptist( Church, Tuscaloosa Fellowship and refreshments will alias Mesmerism end! Hypnotism
'''German officials wanted us to hear by the huge quantities! and the big person to talk la She'll make her 1st; 10 ..m., Holy F-ucrmrM.: The week of prayer for Foreign Ala., will preach: at revival follow Denounced."
All other channels were jammed varieties of food to be had In this] self understood, and she'll under- Saturday, Nov. 28: 9:30Jl"I!',, Missions and the Lottie Moot services at Tropical Farms Baptist Saturday, 7:30: p.m., the young Wednesday' Testimonial meeting
I >1 ith noise-fr.klnJI'j: United States. "You have the most stand you. Junior Choir; 10:30: a.m., Scnio Christmas! offering will be from on Indiantown Road beginning at adult Sunday school class will! meet 8 p.m.
When landed in I Choir and acolytes: practice will Nov. 30 through Dec.: 6. The goa 7:30: p.m. Monday, Nov. 30 and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John I IPederlOn. Reading Room: 282 Flagler Avenue
) ew York five years ago\ she knew Father Smith In the church for Lottie Moon offering this year Continuing through Sunday, Dec. : : Year round hours. Monday
no English, and the best she could Meet Our Ministers/ !Sunday Nov. 29: 7:30: ..m;. la $1,238: from our church Spe 6. Sunday morning worship service through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
:''do was get a J job as a domestic In Holy Eucharist; 9 ..In... Holy F.u del prayer servkes will be held Dr. Watson will \he rememberedin at 9:30.: The pastor, Rev. Charles Christian Science radio .
i 'fc New York home. There s h e charM and Sunday school l: 1 II 1 ..m.. each day at the church and everyone this area as a former pastor of O. Bennett, will bring a messageon "'- Bible proV.m.he /
learned English, and later got ipositiorti Dickson Is Pastor of morning prayer and Confirmation, Is I invited. The Betty Mill; Northwood Baptist Church of "Your place In the Home." Ep- be heard over Speaks WSTU.to Stuart You", 1450 may
at housekeeper! in a New Rev with Bishop Conk ling present to( Circle will have charge of the West Palm Beach A vital part worth League at 6:30: p.m. Evening kc at 7:15: Mondays.
York hoteL confirm: the class. Reception follow prayer program Monday morning of his ministry at Northwood! .. worship service at 7:30. p.m.
Topic for Nov 30( "Don't Let
"This country gave me the right Hobe Sound Presbyterians on the patio. at 9:30.: On Tuesday evening a t the widely viewed Sunday after. Tuesday, 7:15: p.m., Epworth Hate Take Root." :
to live free and to earn a livina..14 ."' Monday, Nov. 30 St. Andrew; 7:30: the pubberly and Las Amiga noon; television program "Invita League Christmas play practice. .
-. said, "and I could never go 7:30 a.m.. Hof Eucharist ; and Circles will have charge of the tion to Life. In I96| Dr. Watson Also at 7:15: p.m., the Men a Evan-
back to Germany to live" She Hev Francis Diction, pastor I 10 a.m.. Holy prayer service and program. Wednesday len Northwood to accept the Team will meet in the INDIAN RIVER
returned visit a ago al of the Hobe Sound Community the church will be open all call to the Tuscaloosa church. Sunday school anne UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
which forhe saw here brother, Presbyterian Church was born in I ST. JOSEPH: CATHOLIC day for special prayer. Rev. Wat- Tropical Farms Church has invit The Fellowship meets every Sun-
Werner: Grim now a resident of Wenalche". Wash., in 1915. Weekday Masses Honda klits. will bring a mission menage ed friends throughout the countyto REV. STUART WilL day at I 11 I a.m. in the Fort Pierce
,East Germany who was a pri He I II married, the father 0 f through Friday will he at 11:36: ( at the prayer service on Wednesday attend. REPORT AT CONFAB- Beach Community Center, 742
toner of the Russians for eight l t four children, and has a grandson! a.m.. Saturday at 7:30: '.m. evening Dec 2. The Brotherhood The forty-two Methodist t I Seaway Drive. Minister is. Dr. William -
'years. He Is In his sixties and unable now ten months old I The parish census which began) Woman's Missionary Union North America's first social club churches of the West Palm Beach J, Arms Sunday school is at
; to work However, his wife The Dkksons moved to Hoba' on Sunday Nov. 22 will continue and other Baptist churches of this the "Order of the Good Time" i district will hold their annual l 9:30 '.m. On Nov. 29 Dr. Arms-
operates a small store which main. Sound six months agov after serving until hr' 30. high area are to have a covered dishsupper was founded in Nova Scotia byexplorer 'checkup conference on Dec. 3, subject will be "The Consistent.
taint them. They are living in East successful Presbyterian pastorate of Religion for ana study of the mission Samuel de Champlain starting at 9 '.m. at First ChurchIn Liberal."
,Berlin behind the Berlin WaiL in Pennsylvania and Michi- school atu"ent.III be on Mondays book "Frontiers of Advance"" lee shortly after the' peninsula was West Palm Beach.
Another brother, John Grim, la from 7 to 8 p.m. and foj by Mrs James Thompson at 6:30: settled hi 1605. the club's purpose Among those' making reports A five- frame house uses
'rowrls property near Stuart. He hat n1 blckson'i educational) from: elementary school students ol Thursday evening Dec. 3. was to ease the boredom of will be the Rev Allan R, Stuart about 9.500 board feet of lumber
;been in the United States since grains includes graduating', Saturday from 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. The regular activities. of t h e life in the wilderness. Of Scuart on evangelism. plus 1,700 feet of plywood.
A Teenage Retreat i II .. aqua .
:11928, and has a business on Long providence Bible Il\Itltute. 1945, program church will be as follows. The J I. -
Island. N, Y., but maintains a Wheaton College.\ III., 194$. and \being launched throughout Ihl Junior Girls' Auxiliary and Sunbeams -
Diocese. Retreats will be held! alboth
here which he visits fre- Seminary
home Theological will
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Princeton t !St. John meet at the church on
1951. Graduate studies Include University VUnney Minot Monday afternoon al 3:30. The
a u'lbeydaitghter.born: I and Our ol
Karin who was of Michigan and Wayne Seminary at Lady Young Women's Association will
in, Berlin In 1935. lived +tad coun- I Florida In North Palm Beach.: Th4 ,
State University an pa ;I I weekend of Nov. 17-29' Is rot meet Monday evening at 7 at the
through the war years with her selin,. home Of Mrs. F. H. Wit kins. ,
mother. After the war when she In addition to Presbyterian! pas'turstes young men li'tcelW eighteen
and married Mills she said Rev. Dlcksort was organ I years of and the weekend olDec. The Cherub and Carol Choirs ,

:met she could hardly wait the three Leer 01 the f Landover Hills Md.. I I : -ar for young men thlrteen will 3:30: meet al the Tuesday church afternoon for wheanatThe at I I "t'r l iw
\can until she could become ititiie'rt Baptist, Church and pastor of the KEY, FRANCIS DICkSON to fifteen years. For furthe) Intermediate Girls'
of the U. S. "1 love it here,, Shann ck. R. I.. Baptist Church I Information contact the Rectory will 1In'fd! at the church Auxiliar al ,

and I never" want to go back to ''H. has served CM"* vartotw corn REDEEMER: : LUTHERAN C"O't"VNITY ClltJROI 3:30: that afternoon. t,
Germany, she declared. 1 munity and church conufiiitees.I .
I Her husband who was seventeen and is a member ,of the I llvterna'tional j Sunday morning worship! is held lessen Beach.
tvben he enlisted met her at I'I Typographical Union) and! at Redeemer Lutheran Church at I Morning .worship service 9:3sj: UNITED CilUtCH OF CUR LSICMgnpiiMul
s church affair sponsored! by .a American Association of institutional i 8 and 10:30.: with Bihte class and a.m. Sunday; second worship serv* ( ) Palm" CUy

'military religious group in Berlin,. I' Chaplains.. .. Sunday school at 9:15: a.m. ke I 11:00:: a.m. Sunday; mid-wet \Wednesday, Nov. 25: 4:15: r""'"
("He was so youn( looking that' his -- -- I II Sunday morning at 9 .on Channel worship service 1:00: pjn., Thur Youth Char
buddies called him 'Junior" and I Ost'F.OIA: STREET.& 4, "This Is the Life; will pre.sent I day. Thanksgiving Day Nov. 26;:
t that nickname has stuck;, his attractive sow HERN METHODIST "Cargo of Sin" "The Lutheran Other.meeting*-Youth Fetkrwship 9:30: a-m,. the service, the Sacrament -
wife said. I hour at 7:30: p.nOft WSTU. fc30 Sunday. rmot| I of and
raised In Poutwest la-. \ Sunday school will fee held this I p.m. Holy Baptuni Tottf-
"Juniorwas after t b e Sunday startink at 9:45:: a.m.I Tuesday evening at 7'30 Pastor Choir 7:30: p.m. Wednesday; luniol Ire
Virginia, and for the Durward. Knight' Donald &hrocdcr: will m I I conduct Choir ft:30 rvm. Wcdrnwdnv; anAlcoholics < Friday. Nov 17: fcio: p.m.. Sen--
York pastor
war worked In New ilime. I adult Bible class Senior Choirmetis / Anon)''noul 1.00 put.WednevJiy. toe Choir.
he worked for F. W., Jr.. till\ preach: at the 1 II' I.m.lfrv.
Then latel h ice.: Tuesday at 1:30.: Sunday. Nov. 1* I II I a.m.. In*
.WooIworth& Company. and Pastor' office hours art Thanksgiving Day service will Monthly/ meetings OfficiJ) service: and sermon: 5:30 I'.tn,.
N t *
(A&P Food Stores In Raleigh Ml'ehaeU .1 I W 3 Wed-\\ be "held al 8 a.m. on hursday.. board 7Jo: a.m.. third Tuesday;, A!tent Vespers.. Tommy Wolfe. Martin
MEEK
I. nesday, p.m.il ALCOHOL INTRMAttON will N marked Public
three children: at County Librarr key
are .
There Church fount 29
Club Aid Circle 1:30
C. Bible study Next Sunday I .the, Fisher's : p-m.$ asstOing5:30: p.m.. Youth Fet
: nilw Robert! seven, adc Prayer and at 7:45.: meet at the church at 7.30. There Wednesday.: Friendship Circle 8.00 an.. Inquirer's bow through Dec S. by a display of books c4 the subject of, alcoholism. Here Rev W E \\ih.od. s, tight

Ivia! five. Palm ,il Wednesday Sunday. Dec night 6, will I bf Com j will be a Walther league. rally in Br f''W11Tuflda" and Meal Tki 'i4ayp Dee. J; Bazaar and pastor' of the United Church: of Christ and Rev A. Gary Peters, his associate in al& tOIIl
.last The March family; when moved he to took ovei Cltj, munloQ Sunday I Bell Glade from 2 to 7 p.m. Brotherhood 6:30: p.m. third Frida/; ham supper, I ao;. present the boob to Mist Eliubeth TbaJI Uto UborUa.CS"I .



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THE STUART (FlorMa) NEWS

-'Christmas Children' Will Be Theme at Point Residence All in Readiness ,Ihursjaf.. lS



This Is the Third Home to Be Shown December I IBohners' I For Yule Parade I For Berry Halloween Lions Reports Club Drive on



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"the. net date the H.ilknwgM I-
to
II I I A new attraction to this years well as from the judges stand during on
candy sale is approximate
(lirKtitiM parade sponsored" by rtw th* pafHto. Cuptoi. at the I Itnc- Iv VS. sands *

Home frFeatured! f till 41'E .'r t'.a S !sa. Junior Woman with Club Sanla"ofIs FoHcwvim Stuart up will \be distributed to entrantsat oun4i ndlnt whlehr"d: '$24. 'u< -
twk a Pictures "
,, Mw parade tlla project. Lions Club dn\c:
Dec S. Santa
the piride on
T4. t l lull* and his helpers will receive Any last minute entries a r eurged chairman Bill Bally reported' '
M, Donald "w. have "paid our sponv>r fee -
Tsw 'ill children at the Band Shell on U) contact Goreas "
of $*X> for the ('uh Scout Pack :
la.t Ocean Boulevard\ Santa will soon! as possible so that a place
he said, and mud for ewms
The third of four horns to be !\ ir Christmas I'fqUto'IIIand "puss {in the parade. may be "ved." and Maaa. for indigent. eye adults -

decorated by the Garden! Club of tt: fruit and Cll....... The Junior Judge will announce the winners and children| In excess' of SlVi I .
Stuart and to be viewed by the \Vmims Club' will" take pictures al the }ud rs' stand in front'of '' Ihm !sum was spread 1 out to assist
on Sunday. Dec H. fror of children with Santa availableto the courthouse: immediatelv following i. '' nine Tim the
ruNiC people points up ki
p.m. U that the of the Ri.h.m : parentstcitns the parade Awards will be need for a never-ending hind r.usmg -
and Bonners.A for the Christmas parade presented to the winning toyxmaatons I II; cantpuign and wt hope the

perfect setting for a "Chrisi) will mvmhle in the area of at the next t netting of t h eorpnusllon. good people who bought our

for Children i this 'beautify i r Sijpmann Houlevard: and GeorgiaAvenue The award for the Halloween candy will have forgiven .
two-story white home on the rid Fntriis, t should be at the ..winning oomnurcinl entry will be air knocking on their door
uncap early: since judges will view III t the w'inner'* place of I
er will ring with the voices of thel presented when w. start scltrng" light hull
the entries before the parade a* I ""!llne\l.
busy in preparatio .. -- in the! near future.
rrtda --- -- -- ------ --
for 1r "VVe still have three and one-half

Twa the Night Befor t : case of candy that can be \boughtor

Christmas" is i the title of I hI' I Palm City Youth Is < cost SIS a case," M concluded

"Singing Home" The members of --

the Garden Club are busy makin, A I 70tVear-oM Roman potter
decoration for four homes o n kiln bas "been discovered In Dcr-

SewalK Point that will be opene Honored by DeMolay hhlro by archaeologists using an ,
to the public. The Ed lawrence!!. decimal device that measure!

James Garveys, John Dickinsonand I vunaiions in the earth magnetic .-
the Richard Bohners have ol- field 1 tallied: \'' buried ohicct: .
transformed W Kenneth T Moorv, seventeen, -- .
homes be
ferN their to - -- ---
by the ladies into Singm, y of Palm City, has been selected as

Homes each following a them ? the most outstanding DcMolaj FOR THE i VERY nEST

of a Christmas song in the decor. member In lectern Florid by the

Mrs. John U. Mcnntnger Mn, + A. ., r International Supreme Council of IN FRESr I I BAKED

Joseph S. Grecnlees Mrs. Carl H. the Order of IX-Molay, and will
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Turner chairmen, and Mrs.of the Ernest decorate Peaor dl, .qg Y4re' receive a Distinguished Service ITEMSSTIDEAL OP AT. .
arc s Medal The medal is i a symbol of
homes and Mrs C. H. Muncl
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and
ability accomplishmem -
and Mrs. Raleigh Blackwelder are THE RIC1URU L. BOIIMR R LSIULMEON: SIMAILS: POINT superior by a young man In diuly I I5J1 IAKERY
chairmen of a tea to be held at tho exemplifying the finest principles
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close of the tour at the home of --- ----- -- of good ciurenship Colorado. Avenue ... Dl \L 2R7.0'....

be the Christmas Ralph Evinrudes.decorations There, bakergoods will! 'Isaw "..aiw1 ayN.+\r.ner. ''III'O'; gal s' m. LRM' New C of C Officers Inmate Out' ire award I Is presented each Special sine available. atRIES

and other Christmas! goodies HOBE SOUND NEWS Assume rHicir PlacesThe four months to one PeMolay memKLNNHII U.NSFu"lI.\CII' MJNI: JENSEN: BFAdl

for sale at the tea.
One ticket is all you need to< newlv-elecied slate of officer Program Starts --

lee all five homes and have a cup] MRS EVA CAMPBFLL Correspondent 546-3911 took their places and wen

of tea besides, says Mrs Norm; 9 t.. .....- welcomed at the (hamber of I r The women of the United (htircl THE FIRST PHARMACYIN
Johnson who with Mrs. Paul Bryant Commerce meeting last Thursday) of Christ (Congregational. ) recently ,f r rIoJ
chairman of the event evening at the civic center.
Jr. is
New Civic Association presented' l. a public servicea .
as !
Tickets are on sale at Val's Bookstore The new officer are: Gorge the alcohol I AMERICA OPENED IN 1729
progrim concerning
Stuart Department Store Grimm president, Dale Malts
and by members of the Garden vice president Mrs Judy Dux. -crime problem. the ."bjecir HM oldest. In the U:'L
To A Flying StartExactly and Dr L. Wtxxl) for evening was an eiplunatioi 1"ph.nlUl'Y was the Gulden Ball' In
berry ,
secretary
Club. Off
I of the new rehabilitation progran rhUwMphU, opened In 1729. Ihe Smart Vug I Corporation oprft.td .
sate ,
Smyth'In
Tickets are on at Ivy bury. treasurer I .
entitle "Inmate Out" which I II
for busbies M the first dnig atop In Stuart Nisi about 11(4tan (
Stuart and the Bryan Pharmacy I The fifth committee is the youth I The general membership agair under the direction of Rev W. BWilson '
In Jensen Beach.Error like the downy little I ) hear In J91J. We have been" serving the community
to one
its appreciation
expressed
activities committee, headed b't J] and Rev R. Gary Peters, sine
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but ahead tvrr
duckling hardly born ] of the most beloved presidents ever
Robert Kelsey With Mr. Kelsey I. ; associated' with the Rev RnbNn '
Jumping into the pond for his l l to serve the chamber, Dr. W eKeculive of h. United \ I' ,
with Ralph, t ,
Is HintedIn years of experience younj f, .. -
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first swim: So are the people of people, a better choice could nopossibly G. Myers Dr Myers ha* served Church of Christ In llorlda, aadviiuv ::1 'i'Y' 7, TJF. T T

Hobe Sound taking to the idea of have been made. Their for the past two years and the ... :

Zone Change the new Civic Association. At the Job is to organize direct and sport chamber as well as the community him .- Rev \\'ilm and Rev. Peter '"

first meeting of the aisociatioi! sor. when necessary, all activity debt at of large certainly owe ( were the speakers of the evening. tI
involving young people gratitude explaining, this new approach t 10 I Alan.
served
Riverviev
Gerry 501 than 200 people were .
Joseph more More has been earmarked
Road asked the City Commission Other officers elected by this. money the al.ohol-crinie problem, an< .. : : t. MOORE:
Monday night what effect an error' a ham supper, that was Incorporated I enthusiastic l group were: Peggy for rnaienul for additional repairs I "holding| a question, and answer per. I

'In In recent zoning with the business meeting Will secretary: Thomas Gould needed for the new welcome kid for the bcnclit of the audienceThe her In a jurisdiction. in recognition
description ; .
changes {in that area would have Purpose[ of the association! as man, treasurer. and Ed Sahey \lice station at Poinciana Garden following\ was" aiutrd by the I of his outstanding servus! to othersin '
on the law Gerry referred to the explained by its newly elected president Purpose of the welcome slut lorIs speakers in their prr\Cnt.tti.III, "Inmate hi* home. school church: mmmunity :

recent change of some properties president Fred Hindlc is acconspushing to attract new and desirable res Out I is a pilot project In lbs. county. and DeMolay
from R.I.A to R-2. e \ talking I Gents and industry to the llohi' rehabilitation o f prison Inmate I' Chapter,
recreational: :
If improperly advertised the about the t and cut Third Graders Sound area certainly a matter ol through the correlation of ettatn, ',, The handsome gild medal waidesigned 1 I

change would ,have no"fore*?o 'tural.needs o( ,the ,community. In 1 prime Importance to all I people o}| community resources with speciu/ I and! donulMl" by Ilia I I. (j,
bill : Mr. Hindle this area, At such, it i is rapl.hfhealniing .
effect" said attorney T. T. Ought acceptance speech I attention to ..1"'hliInd skein Ualfour, Jewelry Co. Atilchoro..
erson. No proof of error was sub said "The next" time the map- Learn SpanIsh.The a community J'ft'jocaa quency AlcoloWsm Is' increasln,, Mass. Ihe 1 award ,,. the .
mited. makers make a map of Florida. well as a chamber efforts. Citizcni. I at the rate of three limes the yearly basic gouls ul l this inU'rniilionalyouth .
Gerry also said that there is l i a they are going to have to use a lo I have donated time and material I increase of the population, : crime. : movement and the civic POUR RENAI SIORR
dangerous condition where school bigger letters for the town of Hob. Hohe Sound Parent Teachei to the renovating of the is increasing; at the rate of five achievement' and responsibilities.
buses atop near, the narrow Pop Sound than: they are using now! Association met on Ihursday, Nov building: other citizens have donated 1 lime the yearly increase of Ih of Ill. member
19. the school" cafetorium. One furnishing and draperiesAll STUART DRUG
pleton Creek bridge The organization i.i compose in population. Inmate Out will rlay CORP.
of the most entertaining ). help and help in this di. Americana consumed more liquor
The Slate Road Departmen of five standing committees the program any : a major) role In helping to glen
will call for bids on widening tha I chairman of each being also a in many a day wa presented when rection will he appreciated this rising tide of alcoholism an< In IVftJ\ than in the year before orrusriR: R. R. STATION, STUAR 27.112
bridge early in December," laid member of the board of directors I Mrs. Dorothy Fritz, itinerant Spanish crime Many live will he reclaimed I the mh year In succession: ,
City Manager Joe Crowder "and This is designed says Mr. Hindlc : teacher I of Martin County: gays NEW BAN ISf MIVSIOV I that have already been strucl for such an Increase
an traffic on Palm City Road will to allow the committees to acconiplish I the membership an idea of howour Services of the Baptist Mission. by these Illnesses, and, when In -- -- -- --- ----

be routed around the bridge whili/ something on their own- I third grade ha* progressed in a new organization at Hobe Sound 'full effect this program will ap
it is under con'tflRtion._ ''don't just talk about it-do it!" I its knowledge 0 f conversational will begin Sunday. Nov 29 at 11I I I I preciabh/ reduce lha t e imatctinwioooo '

The five standing committee'. Spanish m. in the community center I I () ( a year it i I. now coal
BROWMFS' BASKET and their chairmen are: the game; Mrs. Fritz demonstrated with Rev. W. P Brooks will conduct I log Florid taxpayers just" la her| ANNOUNCING
HR THVMtSGIVING committee headed by Ueorgi the help of the children how she the service and announce the prisoners behind bars" r,

Brownie Scout No Grimm. rouibilities of this committee uses songs rhythm and games in schedule of other service The social action committee of

JT'f Stuart decorated Troop a basks i would N tennis, bridge m impressing! the rudiments of the .1' the Women's Fellowship opens

and filled it for Thanksgiving Day card parties baseball, bingo pan language on the child mind. She Thomas M. Crook this program on "Inmate Out" to
t 1 It wa presented' to Sister Ann ties and anything in that general explained the methods of introducing the public "because. they feel that
new material; also gavi this new approach to akx>h >lnn
r1, Damian a t St. Joseph Catholic category
' us an opportunity to see practice and crime. two of the major proh- The OPENING
: School who accepted it for fr The house and ground com- between the children Receives AwardTwo oPANARO'S
conversation ferns of will h. of
Jan Januuewski to give to a needy rnittee, headed by Robert March- our society grea
and herself, The children, even to
I include the maintenance value 10 Martin County and list
family. tone, care the most casual observer seemed Martin County High" School
The investiture of the troop and beautificalion of the to be thinking in Spanish senior active in Male and nation State of Florida
committee member was held. Mr*. of the Civic Associa' actually al student affair. have receivedmerit
than m I h e 1 1
roes rather translating
HSII IH! BUI.DIM
Annette Bush i*chairman and Mr. awards from the Dairy Council -
Florence Hendricks and Mrs. Ga tion.The memherhip committee I ii I minds before answering. of South llorida. Scientists" al! MarlnelanJ of for. ANTIQUES

bridle Brown are committee member headed by Bill Muffin. The way i Project suggestion will were diCdmore :: They art Thorns ,,. Crook, son Ida have discovered I hI""boon
sed. A few be chosen
*. thing have been mushroomingwe of Superintendent: of Schools builder" of the ocean floor.\ list'
The meeting ended with a bIrthday tire Inclined to call Bill and l definite plan made concerning Thomas L. 'rook and Mrs. Crook, sand fish will pile up particle of
I party for the girls having birthdays ask' him how be It i going to fill up I these" al the next meeting. of Jensen Beach, and Unda Lou shell agairwl a rock; and use Ihi.

I in November. i hit time. Down" seem a* if there The Halloween carnival report Mac Arthur, daughter of Mr. and for hi* home.
It i going to be much for him and wa given and all who helped toward Mr*. John B. MacArthur, III, 01
The Soviet Union has 59.000miles his committee to dot the financial gain made by Hohe Sound.

[ of railways The social commute i i. headed I the carnival were thanked by the Thomas was unanimously elected section and i I. a top student. Come One Come AllAnyone
membership.The president of Student Council: for
61.1a5L AN5NNTi4MMF\T: by Mrs. Ruth Kuu. Thw could The DaIry, Council hoe a. conImuing
include such things a dance. bs laws were reviewed by I9M and hat Men president of program let honor meritortmM .
.55 aril ','" MBSHIO. three PTA members at the closeof hw dais each year of high, school..
|TO WHOM JT MAY ('fs'a.HN: movie* and dinner. i young people in Martin
I MOTIVE I !l Is h.r.b .Iv.n l /hail tai the meeting. Me ta a member of Key Cluband county Nomination, ran be math t':
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i Board or ( ..u .5) t'mmlMlnni'r I olIVorlln LtCi'L Alas ENTIs11lc5T Refreshment hostess for this Beta Club: attended Boy State In small :'n "i.,
Manha is welcome
OoMim rinrldo. will con 'I tat Mr dak .1910 t. J5llit. large or !
dart a publl I ho.rlnc at tl haul Cyril n r LLisu sass silts meeting was Mr*. Mildred Clements Tallahassee, was a delegate to lilt .. H. Pierce I ITo
lof 1S A.M at ii*. .....,, .h.-f..r iSliTlI'M I. .......1' ilrrn that asaisied by Loretta Sample, National Student Convention and
loo the m&u"r may bo h..M. antwe.mb. ...l. { -
Bobbie Shuttleroe played on football '
I .r ::. !.... ol tit. M.rtli of Coontr OvnunlMKHwr.' ( Darlene try. .
('.....,1'' ('.,,,.'h......- .In (Mu.rt, Slue. Kartln County, noMdt In tti. ft- and Florence Nightengale. ...." -.,... ." 1- *.-TI.'*-or ..u,55- "
.r of w>. Ih* (tar's of Olrrult I Courtt I fie :
tho moit
1..n.ldrr With lots of want to
Ida. 1rfN' i h.r.kr ta.n Antiques
I .... <:V* you ,
In* rh.n... /lo no* .ll.lrl-t ( -1 III raiirthiMM In rturl ;.. a AM! IJKifcHt ft '
I All Inl.r...tf4 porllf. ... lorludI mil 1 1 hawrart.e STORK siionrjt M 4br twit .r M .
I ..n4 and .h.. h...'''. ft .fit rM pPints.:M.sh ", "r,. ''
otl lt 4l *i r 4 t I'leasc and browse around
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r" t.4 thU' '4th day at ) u p......" far the tann.l.a A 'baby shower wa given for I ink. ltd N t.. := come '. I ,
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"". "'' aMw Mcrs io;! to'
\HTIV. fsriMMIWIOVI'IlllPHANK OTHXTT" WOXBDOK =::.-Sir.of n U.P.rtnl..l.: rues center Mr*. Brenda Monday Goodman evening.at Ijttle the civic Cit I. t .r I .',i i*",iM.. .... Is St1 Cure: 1. And see the treasures! we have found

A. WACHA ... ..bl&Mdat izen-to-ec Goodman received many lad A i ,,',i $00:5.; .. 1115 IM a '
SIMetnratt.aa may 1:;;
AL() .airmanP.5h .... MSI..f th. M.,,'. /Matd !lovely gift and if the weather M a.t a: I I'r i :n.:" a :: a.L Some prices are high, but others arc not,

Nnv fI 1.11555Tr5 ..1I'' .asy Nat rammr.isa.4 0 U.4ai5 Lll5 ieM I ihuuld turn cold he or she will ,. I,".,...... lea b.I......... ,
al.iC 55Y. INISIEm ;.:z r. re_.... th. ttaht. t. rapat *. ,. is. .bl awe bal what I've \
or PI have oo worn* kt -.- I' sat. a. I Ste ...." ft _, Anyway come and see gotThere's '
nwcrvR.r all kMB.Ui ,
: aM ,
RRICR w55sni I.IT h.rrhr MAT.15e5 that IS.Steer. ,...ley... ..... ,. tr of X.v.m....'. The shower was attended by ; t .... I'HUHW. fMMl .. t, d
.1 ronatr, ( .,P,5111551101111. ." .. .1 Dee. 'I' Mrs. Grace Halt. Met Mary Weth- 1'ttl"" .'y .''I Stuart'I II"i A,VaAlDt M, Ml I aNI ,5. odds and ends! and beautiful glass '
r'Inrtaa .I" wdust JtOA II n or mwrv rI ,
)lartiam0t... S..rl.a .. .11. Mar" 'IMMIt.Itlnii5551a1' !: orMAKTfJI ington. Mrs. Robert Hurst. BeckwCampben. ; ..>' .f'inbr. |M" |... .
a pubis .. .... th.wan.r. r"ltWTTtor Dctmt. Pat Been k>- "J.- '> -4 >r..av' as MSu. 5r
Kay
0' II .4.11. a I ; : .
.. ... j I if l* *ll Lamps and and things with class.
_. ._ malls "' .b or* 7MK A. W.lI", Mrs. Lana Campbell. Mr*. Elsie vases ,I. '
IMmbfT 2%. i I-"i.. al i..,ISM......MartinGault ClwlrxwlIVRA1 Michel Finch. M.... stir. .Iwo Mr If t*> :
Finch. Sandy l.
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i-iwirih 'in JrijjHo. ) f H..... 3 Mnm ..<
:f. n.nol4.r >i,lof.ll: ".ivrnnd o d a *. tab. Jro. ii. tf.MJI t UsSOTIS / I low*. Unda. Tally and Mr*. May .M.I.',4 Am-" ". >;MIa /_1f._ MiM** Tell your friends and all your kin, ,.:,
, 'n* nt H ITrbJiilOH. ......... ''' ,' / .' 15 i
" Ar. .IS' w t' rat nlys belt Suiton.Coholrsea ., t l ......
." ..r.:'-; : 5All ;; W;.:: ,.:.' 'H lo horrbr.. aar.w ISat weft Mr*. LindaWethmgum ; .1'' .n.... .. .,....... .. ''' I'll be waiting for you so do stop in.PANARO'S .
... .,._ Ia0t.4 Nid. will S. .wt..4 be thawwM '
1.._ a. .. ,,, .... .
,... .. .. and {tile Linda Jut- .1 I' + 1 :ii'
I. ...4 .o4 bo b..o.4lo4 tIf ( ,' :- ._oT. . ". ......... Off II I I
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". use. IllS 4 r o* tea: o tin ,.",, ".. ..
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"TT'f( f"fII'trTJ NSP'RAa wARfPr 4% IIi..er5 05 .ntt1 S .. M A. iiTnliM Plait-b Mr. and Mr* Henry Hoffmanof -t ,4''oM"I. I'lkY.I'a. .r ,r .III i 1 k*. '' I ..
:. law lwr.- : ,.. '.r1
.. war'itA.c.utm. :fi.r o. nMtMoVTor :.. KMIovlit* Hobe Hdh. Etfale are entertaining .t, ,in. .. *!. '
lahunPa's their nerlww and .MC., ,.. .4" 'I'4 .

N.. ... IN1SOT1'R P0F54aa..4 tractor o4IH *wxe.r.- Mr and Mr*. Frank FwsimdL. 1110\tU IL CROOK; ... .. ..,.,..,....... ".,. .- ANTIQUES
M' n < M J oS
..It".. .r.51MnITlasw.ri. ..... ir>o tto.o nor boj sb11arM11 ........ who are entered in the Perry Coma ..,-t..1 ,.. > 'it milk iT rJ
I. .. ., la Ml ht.rel.d >o> tournament at Port SI.Luc. kwbaJI learnt II* ... worked asa W M.:4M
.... golf .KM. f >
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(Mwral .tartrate,. to S. IMI' ...T.... MOSCIC...nr1......tIf .... .. w.. baying proprrtT "* IMm HUh school mainlrtuiicc dcpanment ucans ...::1..1 r'i;:" r.r...:. ball .rf..'eat;
'n+ w Mr I" I'"INN r..iwolYmal41.e Mt o oo4 oil bMo.n and writ eventually make at theeMiss. anoncy for Wit actmtv.

ul;:,, Sal., $455 '.{ 10' N........ I5o4..InANn>N:t fMo I/or Ut deer rncTrrrsrviawi of ..TO..b.r. Other M iKn re.area......are. oT the test*PentmcDaa suite- t Youth Lands Nutrition now ks worktag Council wills of INYouthposter the 1 uiyT.INerr. f ,It.. if.. sax of ire.al'Mr ONE: MILE I EAST OF PARKWAY ENTRANCEfor

1'1' t.w'Ia11 nRRA: <,,> e* orliStsphi I and ontW. Mr, and Mr. Warm I A4 bory eem..... tMnfr '

"-' ....... rrumk" COtXTTr A. M'A1'1A. awl two doastss. Mrs i hs Marti' County. 5k..,. .has ben M AUtUg.

:....1t". : < n.wr- ore kraft sod M 1" George I 4-H net "
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S-A TlfE STUART (Fla) NEWS Thursday, November,, 26, 1964 IIOTSIIOTS DOWN Dean Smiley has been confinedto green and croquet mall as well as
WILDCATS 7-0 the Mania Memorial Hospital Sunrise Inn Reopens Dec. 8; the club facilities

The "Hotshott" of Port Sake in Stuart, where he had an oper- I The mi again has been select-
I no Elementary School tamed (the ation. ed a* tho tounuwMat headquarters
PORT SALERNO NEWS Dec.0.3
Wildcats of Palm City in ana, Sailfish Tourney for the Stuart SwIfWi Club light

football game last Saturday I In Mrs Charles Baker has been tackle \tournament. The eleventh
!MRS. MARY BROWN, Correspondent AT 7.2996 Palm City, 7 to 0CHJT confined to Martin Memorial Hospital Sunrise Inn will re-open for the Plans also include live musk 1 of the series will be fished in olf-

_. ,_ .-. ..-. -..-....._.... -_'"-'. j '.,.,,,,",-"-"' -. ._....LooI.O CHATS nicety. Fred P Sebock of the together cocktail party will beheld
Another Fish StoryThere Florence Dullard and a guest, Mrs Port Sewalt facility.manager the winter season, plus special gala. for contestants and officials
Helen Sttundorson Refreshmentswere Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stover and Mrs Shelby Pomeroy is the part** on holidays Members of Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. There will be a
served the hostess Mrs the winter new of the local 5 The season! will be extended the club will receive announcements .
was quite a lot of excitement by son. Clay are spending manager and lOc briefing session for contestants,
late
last Saturday on a tithing Rosa Quigley at the Capanna Apartments on store. Mrs. Curtis Skinner was through April, Schock said of these activities. skipper and mates following dinner

like trip for Mr. and Mrs. Elmer MeGinms Mrs. Genevieve Merritt has be- Westfield Avenue the former manager but due to and will see many added features.A The inn has a new sailboat to ,

Lakeview Ohio, who are gun the teaching of her "Good her having moved to Stuart Mrs. new policy will be in effect at add to its fleet, which also! includes I On Dec t II t. there will be an
visiting at the home of the Andy News Club each Thursday at 3 A warm welcome to Captain and Pomeroy la taking over immediately the club room, at the pool where the Behave Yourself:. I informal 'shipwreck party' and

know Hauserbauers on DeSoto Street Elizabeth Locke who are also Friday and Saturday nights, lobster Club members will have the the annual awards dinner will l closeout
to p.m.The non-denominational spending the winter in our community and steak dinner will be
club is
Mr McGinnis it an ardent fish 1 1 nil use of the swimming pool, the the tournament on the evening
and is the Child featured, Sunday nights, there will
sponsored by
erman and while fishing on one beach the tennis court' putting of DC 11.
of canals he bad catch: offish Evangelism Fellowship All children OBITUARIESDR. be buffets The room will be strict-
The Dairy Council of our a The Rydclls of Washington Avenue informal
are welcome. ly and for the whole -
in a live bag In Coral Gardens are entertaining .
-" "
South Florida li proudto When he returned to the bag Both ladies Circles will sponsora their friends, Mr. and Mrs. r Ir r.... family. : :.: .. I
bake sale Dec 5 at 830
starting ;
present Certificate of he discovered a water moccasin Al Bertszow, from Yonkers, N. E. L. A MORTON
of the office in
in front
Merit Awards 'to that had also found ths catch and decided a Port m Salerno. post Y., for a few weeks. Dr. E. Louise Abbott Morton, 11I

deserving young paopla? his to head have his lunch the by After stickng The Epworth League will holda Mrs. Anna Werner of New York ninety-two, formerly of Linden Local ExecutiveAt ,

..i for outstanding wallowing through fish the net four-foot car wash Dec. 5 at Jack Gulf State, ia visiting with Mr. and Lane, Tropical Farms, died Friday .,. '! .. .
odlvlttti and exemplary a Station in Port Salerno. klrs. John. Radman, Mimosa Nov. 20, in a Jensen Beach Jax Meeting "I I
be 't
reptile found\ had "grown too nursing home.A ; JI.e.
Mr. Redman
Drive, Hibiscus Park. y .9.
leadership( honoring both much to so out the tame way he ,' ;
come in. Mr McGinnis then ended FIREMEN AUXILIARY has returned home after a few native of Paw Paw, Mich, .I .
family and communIty. days in Martin Memorial Hospital.He she had lived in this area since Bums SpeakerMrs.
the career of the "f ah snatch- Ladies of the firemen's Auxiliary LOIS KRIS'10111 i 'LNPAULLNE
er," held their November meet is improving. 1914 She was a graduate of Blod- HELL WALTON"

'ing Thursday at the firehouse. A gett Memorial Hospital, Grand Rosalcen SEGNA
Murray manager
Best wishes for a quick recovery 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 287-4453
Rapids Mich in the class: of I
SOUTHERN METHODIST partial slate of officers was announced is extended to Mrs. Jack Cur- of Stuart Chamber of Com

CHURCH NEWS including Mrs Judy ray, who has undergone surgeryat 1893 After her nurse trainingshe merce, attended the forty-eighth I-_
until
Johnson! president and Mrs. Rosa practiced her profession annual meeting of the Florida State
r Martin Memorial
Hospital.
The Circle
Missionary Society for the the rail of 1896 when she went toChina I
Quigley treasurer, coming Chamber of Commerce at the
1 of
i I the Port Salerno Southern
t as a nurse and was there
year Mr and Mrs. Charles Wons-I George Washington Hotel in Jack
Methodist Church met Tuesdayat here will be a joint meeting check, Rutherford, N J., are visit- until driven out by the Boxer Rebellion sonville last week. Conference
the home of Mrs. Rosa Quigleyon
of the active members in the fire tag at the home of Andy Hausen-I in 1900'. She returned to theme of Florida Then-'64 Plus
Seminole Avenue. Mn Genevieve
KENNETH F. Merritt the devotion-. department and the Auxiliary on laucrs on DeSoto Street during the United States and studied 10" was followed by the fourteen
gave Tuesday, Dec 1 1. 6 p.m. in the their first visit to Florid/ I medkine in Chicago, III. committee chairmen in their annual -
MOORE Mrs. Naomi. HauscnDaucr! renda firehouse to discuss a Christmas She received: her medical degree reports
Possessor of the poem? "To-day;" Mrs Rosa! event. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Free and from the University of Chi James,

highest DtMolay re Quigley told the story, "The Legend The December meeting of the children Sandy and Timmy, Port cago: A Chinese costume! which F.Luncheon speaker were
I Jr. New
of the Sand Dollar and Mrs. visited this I weekend Murray prominent
Charlotte
cognition York and R, H, Mulford
Trula Osborn the lesson' IM I with her mother Mrs. Laura Johnson attorney ,
DeMolay gave the university
dish with the exchange of is on display at I r Jo
supper Toledo, Ohio, president of OwensIllinois -
Corinthians, chapters 34. A Christmas and family.
Award )j outstanding gifts and secret pals For a period she was a resident Glass Company. Murray
youth worker at party will 'be held Dec. 15 for physcian at a large mental institution
Mfs Johnson called about the
Mr and Bobby "everything
members of the CircleThoe i 1IOR.SESIIOF POINT CLUB
Palm CUy United for women in southern Illinois.
had their dinner of Florida
CARD PARTY and family as growth magnificent"with ,
Church of Christ were Mrs Raiser .
present
!\ Mr and Mrs. Ed one exception. He said the
(one of two delegates ta Irwin Mn. Jennie Wilbar, Mrs. Tho Horseshoe Point Clubs Johnson and children, Mr and She was a life member of the state's one detraction was in its I

that represented first card party of the season was tfrs. Richard Johnson and children First Methodist Church of Stuart comparative ten-year figures which

Florida at the National toMe CAM MtVICt held Nov 18 with Mrs Amy Mr and Mrs. Frank Simmons and a life member of the Women showed Florida i population versus

You* Forum Rodenhaugh serving as hostess and family, Mr. and Mrs. 's Society of Christian Service its registered voter growth was

In Washington, DC Table prizes were won by Mary Ted Free and children of Port She also served as a volunteer "very poor" and called on business!

.)j earoor" of a Cook Mn O Desmicrais, Louise Charlotte, and Mrs. Laura Johnson and was very active in the Red leaders to encourage citizen to
straight 'A aver Wilmot Frances Wilson, Mrs. GFlanagm .
Raymond Johnson, Hillier Cross. take an active part in I politics I
age in school for tin Mrs K. Powell and Mrs Tyler and IOn, Billy She /Is survived by several Murray told delegates "you are
last three years L. Lockwood. In the self in self ."
nieces and nephews the north. -government .
these an typical of JACK'S GULF'STATION Other* attending were Helen Mrs Vicky Prost and Mrs. Willie Funeral services were held in Considered the outstanding! projact
the exemplary Ifenkc Anne Fort Maggie Zihl- their
many Lukens have returned to
of the
Funeral Mon.
Johns Home was
organizationof
Chapel year
achievements of Martin man, Mrs. Hale Lillian Hogan, tomes after attending the Parent day. Nov 23 at 3 pm Mrs. Ed- the Florida: Travel Council: with
High tenlor Helen I-rickson. Theo in
County Steigler, Teacher Association convention
ward local minister, Lamar Allen secretary-manager
Kenneth) Moora All Settle" Guaranteed Mrs George Fritz, Mrs. A Wniti- Bradenton. Mrs. Prosk! represented officiated.Dougherty Burial, was in Fern- of the South Florida Fair as
Jack Saundmon OWBCI Mrs. J, Whitfield. Mrs. E. in the
car Martin County County hill Cemetery chairman.: In reporting, Allen noted
AlA Port Salem, AT 7-1028 Godfrey, )Mrs. Elliott Rice, Mrs Council presidents' Processional tourists spend $2 per hour in

Charles Conrad Mrs.. Joe Rine- VI n. Lukens represented the Port LOUIS A. WU1LE Florida, inviting his audience to
hart Mn. Paul Weston Mrs. l Helen Salerno Elementary; SchoolIndiantown think what
Asprey, Mrs Irene Baker, Mrs Louis A. Wehlc, chairman of would one add m to rhehSr.500 pervisitor .- w r. ,
R Poni and Mrs Anthony Victor.The I : 1 the board 0 f Genesee Brewing
000 14 000 000 tour-
000. spent by .
A next card party will be held Company, Rochester, N. Y., died isle in 1963. Surveys on what the r w vr.3 av ?r f
Dec. 2 at 1 p.m. in the Horseshoe News in Rochester! Saturday night, Nov. Florida tourist wants and expectsare iga i
21 Funeral details not acts
point clubhouse were
now under way by the coun 1

DOROTHY !MCALLISTER known here. ,' _.. .. .. .
MICHAELHOGAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION Correspondent Mr. Wehle owned a home and cil.A highlight of the conventionwas
a MEETING; trotting track on the North Fork presence of Governor-elect LORI WIHSTUTZ

Fifty-five persons attended the 597.2557 Just north of Britt Road, which was Haydon Burns at the annual ban. For delightfully different portraits of
Mike's hobby Ie l (tor monthly supper meeting of the given to a Catholic order, while the auet, making his first major address -
the birds pigeons.: Port Salerno Civic Association at V'I: : remainder of the tract was sold to since election. He pledged your children phone Mike Stone,

that Is Ilea woo), I the center last Thursday The group I a real estate subdividcr. close co-operation with I local I AT t 7-0618
more awards, than l + enjoyed several interesting movies A WSCS meeting WM hel ld U< 'Chambers of Commerce and the
lame wlulla, in tfw I and vocal selections by James the; home of Mrs. Clyde Biewcker HAD. SEAT BH.IStDIDN'T : state organization. ,

Indian Wvef Racing y Thompson. accompanied by Mrs. The program was on prayer. USE 1IILM

Pigeon Club, and recently John Hcflke. Those attending were Mrs. Jua- died
An estimated 5,500
one of his pa nita Bonier Mrs. Betty Nickld, persons
tiently-trained hens The 11Ifif'hflN1 The Coral Gardens Civic Association In automobile crashes last year because
Mrs. Leona Howard
Bess Leighow,
was the I local win loveliest i4 'i will hold I Itt monthly Mrs. Lots Underbill! and Mrs. which they were did available.not use scat belts LET US GIVE THANKS
ner Infit( _mil. card: party at the First National Carol Hale
Southern Racing pigeon brides p pare Bank of Stuart community room SEAL: AlJvtH'rl.t.UIs: ::

Association I on Thursday, Dec 3 at 8 pinThere PERSONALS: vestal l"\LLnU rum alms
race, Mike plays lit will be a donation of 50 NUT1I l t. I hereby Itl..." 'h a toiled
tle league baseball In Fleur.de.Lls. t cents per person! and! refreshments Mr and Mrs. Frank Baker, Mr. rude will be received by.the of
Ft Pierce and sings will be served. and Mrs. James Baker and children B Morel ard of County County, Cumml..duner In the office -
in hie church choir, There will be door and table Linda and Reid, and Mr of lie rrOdt.'lr: :' Court
at the cuurtlioiin In Mtuart' Fl >rl>
too brides and Mn M H. Lawrence and IN
prizes d"p until ':SO A. )I. DtirrmberS3
Mrs Jessie Keen visited Lake uses, and nixncd *. loon *- w
\ Wales, the Bok Singing Tower aster .. ponHlbU, for the, fulluwlnc: i

w. and Cyprcs Gardens nutructlon of a e runt 'run JI k re
... j; sd + rr.I.< old.walk! on ills Went wide I
11 try Kenneth Odom observed his I of 1/1.1./ Hold 717 from Jon-
i'r ...
hoot
arh
U Elen""t.ry
GULF ; a.n 1964 W"
-..... ayva, wrJ sixteenth birthday Nov. 22. la fomnwrrlal Hlr..t. Did.\ to
Complete Consultation Service Iniludu unit price. per lineal l ltout.
I '> 1 11us Faye Taylor Society of the ..

> 1OLEY ENGEBRETSLN" Dunklin Memorial Baptist Church H..lfI.. ....jiiie. may be obtained
flcur.a808 .1.i.G' MANAGE: Kid its regular meeting Nov 23 at the office of the Martin Board
.
of CnnimlMlonern
County
MARY SALERNOShipyard at the church. The program was Tho Hoard of lounty Commla- NOW
KLUEPPELBEROSev.ntMu''ear South 6th. Street 464.3882 on Korea The Land of the .oncre reimrvn the right to rs'Jeel
Inc. and all blda.
any
-0 I d Abood Shopping Center doming Calm" Nine members I listed till. I4th day of November.POARO .
I Foam Rubber by the Yard were present. 11.1.'
bal been
Mary soprano FORT PIERCE Or fOtJNTYfOMMPHHIoSHtH

soloist with AT..ads ,PORT. 1ALEKNOaras a... AT T.'14' Mrs. Tereasa Douglas spent: MAIIHN COUNTY OF
the Dan McCarty three days with her sister and family err r'HAN'K! A. UACHA.Chairman AS
High Glee Club for --- - -- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sweat, '

the pant three years. He Beautiful for Fall at HiillanJate. I 1 1u!: Lko"' II, two I. net
and has represented I
Ft Pierce at various With New Style from Johnny Parsons from Key West NOTK OT11'W M In(AIIIM hereby son smell sills that
district and state Air Force Buse visited with his ooalod> l HI.I. will b* rvpclvvl I by the
THEN
festivals, Silt .recently 8 parents Mr, and Mrs. Claude Parsons Hoard of County inniliwlonr' of f:1
Martin Cnunly, rtt rid*, In the of- ; a
tho week \
won the coveted PARK PLAZA and] family over flu of the flask of Clreullburl
role of 'Nettie' end. at the rourthoum In HI".'" H.>H-
ds. up unlit .::18 A. It. lwe.mb.r
In the operetta Beach the t). ttU. and opened an coon thrafter ..
Miss Sylvia spent
"Carousel', Mary la BEAUTY SALON weekend with Mr and Mrs. Lar- a. ......Ibl., fur th* fallowing-:

also the a mil member. known of 317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7'2838OWNERS kin Roe of Palm City. Mr. and line Murphy Inch Hoad aurfailD from Wont rourw Mar'phy on t'

"Ringing Silhouettes'of GEORGIA HARDW1CK Mrs. Roe are Sylvia aunt and Road to sea Uat 8/Do"JIt't'lrt""one 'I, '

Dan McCarty uncle may t. .bu>ln.
High: OPERATORS" BARBARA HUNTKRRFCFFTlONlSTi : iIARDWICK11aI1411i1:1I Congratulations to Donald Hat- of Is.utI'.o: Martin* ., Itoaril

BETTVE away and Reece Hataway who Tko Hoard of County Comnlit We First Federal
and
Jobnu1wn't at Savings
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you, 22. ri.r.* the rlh0 fs'Jeer
celebrated their birthdays Nov. any and1 bid.,
In honoring these fine band thl* lUa day of Nortipber,

Ie.,. Lytelle, Hilton Tommy, Ronnie .- u... Loan wish; to join with in
young plOp ;: Floyd and Tony McAllister, 'HOARD or eYtIrNTTsINMtd81ONS1U1 or you giving
and the hundreds" Ilk. I Bud Slay, Tom and Frank Snipes WARTIS COUNTY

I Ifs.m.,,who Sri our went on a hunting trip to north lly FRANK: A' WACIU thanks for the
Chairman prosperity we are now
bop4).OMl our country'shope Florida over the weekend. While ('HAL)
there tho McAllisters visited with Pub' Nor,, '1. DM I. net

for the (stun, their parents Mr and Mrs. IL 'OTIC' o1' rlMLtC 8I1U"0TU enjoying in Martin County.
Founded, 1916 G McAllister.Mr WIIOM IT MAY CONC51RNlNfYTICM : : ,
le herby g1nn that th. ,
rJeifcato rtannlav and I inning: f'onnrbsloa: of
and Mrs. Archie Cox Debbie r4e.
Martin County, tlorlda, will *" '
and Charlie, spent the weekend rfuot, a public, hvarlnv at a Hul:* .. .
M..tlna- of IVrfmhrr 17 tt.1. at
Of tletit with Mr and Mrs.. J. H. Screwsof hour .I' T -. "',AI. a< th. "ntln
and Tampa. Mrs. Screws la Mr. C"'u'y e'uurtheue.. I" 5taarl. sloe
Experienced personnel ... ,. .
Cox's, sister, Ida, 1. \\1 U. mqline or .00-
Ins ehanees sf ". followtn g donertlTr.d

facilities to accommodate Mr and hen Hubert Clements : pruperty from lnt.rlse I.I ;

have returned front Fish Eaten
RTIM I that part of tot* f|| the
families of all faiths Creek where they spent their vacation of Iko a,n of no Oom.e ) SAVINGS AND
camping. Orant, 1>of Weal of Stale
Road AlA; and .' etrlo of landtee

j2miry Mrs. Mildred Hagood: b tuna .. -on wide tho, 1141 lent U'bjr loot Third Vound-A new mathematics class for aduhs. >ao aad on the South o' rtiH*"
meeting will rlirot; end a .Isla of land lie*
The tint organization wide Ik* onth twin
be held Nov 3O. All interested. cilia North of h.llnW."II. ..'.
invited to t
attend.parents Tbo and meeting adults are be at the of way and...enondlav.f nod CicalaHtroft froa U. U.S. 1 South Colorado Avenue :

1 SV. KKhway N. 1 to Tti.rd >'*
9 school ...... loae .........r 11.. Ya.llay Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.in.
of said .trio all In the
--- The Dunklin Memorial Baptist (lamoe Oreat Weal of tatoHoad
\ Church sponsoring a new miss AlA. Friday Evenings S p.Jn. to S p.m.


' r i council! R. C. Johns & Ronald I 11.I JohnsUCF.NSf.J 'school'''1ft. LaM was Sunday started morning in the Spanish Sunday lo All.".Ititoroatoil... and kkoard.parti. .,.are. lertted CUKFD SATtRDW A

?thsai", "" Worship services were tN":<*o.t''d able' Seth day of :Xeveoiker..
' OFSOUTH ) FUNERAL DIRFCTORS( "
held afterwards with Rev CharMSmith MARTtX CotNTT1't.ANtr1YGrNAND

. ; FLORIDA 112 INDLINTOWN ROAD the new pastor in charge.the : ZONING

61. W.. flttW ft. Rev Skinner. Has : /'Lalr.aasGRCBNLR'a. STUART. FLORICSdfJ ;114(1 Uri tyou'd & '

Miami fM. STUART FLORIDA AT 7-MJ4 ministry of abe Pentecostal Bible ATTWTMAH1B

Church in Stuart AIS. N...olt'W' 5.F
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I eWMMHMMMMMHMMIMNMMNNMN gani/ation and that the president in,. stocked with 7.500 books by THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
would! then give information about the Woman Club was turned Suzanne Cathcart Married to Thursday' November 26, 1964 1B4S
her club.
over to the county. The association 'I

NEWSlOffice ) MM the Betty Business Jane Stott and!, Professional representing .. with gifts and memberahipe,,, David O. Limas on October 31 1I GOT IN OCTOBERThe WELFAREAID

Woman's Club of Stuart, was able to build! a new addition
an affiliate of the first and and this year to air-condition tho Martin County welfare roll
largest Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cathcart, C alif He m a graduate of the high I
: AT 7-1550 MARY LINDSAY, So..letv E.llior \ organi/ation in the world! createdto butUing Other means' used by theamocMtlon ac"and" for October was 848 persons, who
i I the Port' St. LUCK, announce the marriage junior college in Orange
to keep public aware received $24.888 in assistance,
nerve the economic interests of I
Both the !bride and !
business, and professional! women of the library are soring tea, "The of their daughter Privit bridegroomare ranging from old a g e aMManco
Flyleaf," which is mailed out employed in the X-ray clinic i to care of children in foster homes.
told how the B PV. was organized Pint Class Sucanne rallicart to at Fort (lid. Calif.
at the request of the secretary three tunes r year, a membershipdrive SP/4 David O Lima on Oct. 31 I
The visited Santa
Cruz
of war in 1917 Within two in November, volunteer service couple
years, a national convention of to assist the staff and travel at Pacific: Grove Calif. Calif? on their wedding trip CARD OF THANKS
suite: federations was held the tours of interest presented each The bride is a graduate of Marlin Following their discharge from
present name agreed upon and a winter County High School!, claw ofI960 military service Mr and Mrs. We would like 10 take this i
program aimed to assist and protect At the end of the meeting the I and front 'Indian River Junior Limas will reside in Santa Ana, mount to thank our friends and
Y 1 business! and professional women hostesses Mrs. Host and! her committee College 1963. which is in the Lot Angeles area. neighbor and the staff of Martin
y Mil Win' qi 1,1 1r established.In Mrs. Edgar Martin. Mrs. The bridegroom it the son of Memorial Hospital for their I
: 1919 there were 284 clubs L. E. A'hley.In.! H S. Halsey Mr. and Mrs JOM Lima, Orange, Mr and Mn f Roy Buysmgcr many" kindnesses during Mrs. Wilson
with ".000() members; t today there and Mrs. Ferdinand Eilel served have returned to their home In i i recent illness.
ya are 3.SSS clubs with b 170,000 gingerbread and apple cider The J"1oC1nllach after spending the
members. In 1963 President KenI table was set with a white cloth, ,laves and a center decoration of summer in their M.ivwllon! Ohio Mr. and Mrv Ralph Wilson

I nedy discussed with our national crystal clear punch bowls and fall colors. .homo. __I
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leaden the idea of spearheadingstate = = =-=
a Iar 1Lr7; commissions! to work in conjunction
3\\ with" the federal commission.
Today Florida. is one of thir

ty-two state commission suites !having on establisheda the status

I to'i Mrs.women.Karl Stoneburncr, president 1

: of the \Vomuns Auxiliary of htin giuingWay 1964
the Martin Memorial Hospital told
I that tho American Hospital Association
I first gave olfitiul recognition
I to the \Vomuns Auxiliary
I in 1949. The Stuart Auxiliary was -
started in 1957 and at present has
r } 150 active and fifty-live' associate s
b"i"lye ,v. members The Auxiliary is a \service ,
group and lU primary functionsare
1
fund raising for the hospital" ,
public relation activities, and volunteer \
! ing a member" of the Auxiliary Is
a real challenge" she said. "and v i' ?
gives each chance 1
one a t to participate
,
in a worthwhile and ended.. nor' _
eti service.."
: ft
Mr. D S Hudson' Jr. president
'
dW&lea of League of \\onicn Voters told' r, Y I.

aL ... a w of the seventy-two-year strugglefrom )
1848, when the first wonven's -
GUEST SPEAKERS at the Woman's Club of Stuart Wednesday, Nov, IX, are shown with pro rights convention was held,
gram chairman, Mrs. Mary Hartman, front row, left. Front row, left to right: Mrs. John W. to 1920;: when the nineteenth
Stokes, member of the board of the Martin County Historical Society Miss Betty Jane SlotU State IIIle \.Jment. ,giving women the
Recording Secretary for the Florida Federation of Business and Professional Women; Mrs D, S. right ti> vote, was ratified. Floridalaw
Hudson, Jr, president of the local chapter of the League of Women Voters Back row, lift to right: superseded! by federal law, &
Mn. C R. Vandcrveer, president of the Woman's Club of Stuart, Mrs W. M Hupfcl, president of still vole and denies revision women of the the state right to. r 1 S .y r
the Martin County Library Association, and Mrs. Karl Stoneburncr, president of the Martin constitution ,5 p
is a project of the
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary League of Women Voters W. can '
only vote now because the federal ,_
L Special Woman's Club Program constitution takes .precedent over
the Mate. With the ratification of

the realized nineteenth there was amendment a need it for was a
Women Leaders Tell
h of Origins vide non-partiwn political organization education and to pro experience

for women, and so the
r

And the Goals of Various ClubsThe a founded.League Know of A Your Women member County,Voters working Survey"was on

becomes familiar. with her county'
I Woman' Club of Stuart'i poodles I on display were not for excellent performance and making government senatorial district,
program meeting was opened by sale, orders would .be taken. The an attractive picture in their whitegowrte congressional district, school system .
Irs George H. Host who, after next dessert card party will be on The Choral Group will perform and legislators. These surveys ( t. 1
ceding excerpts from a devotional Dec. 2 at 1 p.m. and from now to again at the Christmas program are factual, documented and. ( ; '" /, j ;'.
given previously, told the members the end of this season there will meeting on Dec. 16. used in IChl>lla, Chamber of Commerce ,. ..,...
\ .
Of her experiences in Jamaica last be an award at each business and Program Director Mrs. RalphW. and other 'institutions, the ." : '
siimmcr- and the great need fore program meeting loa member Hartman Sr. gave a brief resume said Similar studies are made ona : I "( -" I. "''I. ,
KIT experienced women to serve pteeeo4tahiag of the idea behind this unusual Stale and national level. Another'' .. .. I 'W,' .;...., I. ,.
In that area. All joined in"singtof Its first public appearance program, "Developfng'Leadership helps "Voters. Service* "" J'1. .\' ".,.j, ..41.JIII." ",. .
(America, The Beautiful. which promote citizens In- !
the Choral Group, under thedirection Through Women'i Organizations .
i Mrs C. R.. Vanderveer, president of Mrs H. W.: Newsome, explaining that she would introducethe I terest by making available factual
. explainer thai while the toy, presented two numbers, giving an president' of each woman's or- information in regard to rejistntion. i' ,
,
, I voting, candidates, public "
officials and issues. f

Mrs John W. Stokes, repre. d '; .
1 I tenting the Martin County Hwtoricaf
1t Society, told how the So- During this day and time \>'c Americans have "' 1 t.
ropfMiiist Club was responsible for
t : the formation of the Historical So never enjoyed a more fruitful way of life .
f ciety, mainly to handle the restoration J.ri''Ve

I House' and of Refuge maintenance Museum of When the in Martin County need only to drive a few

sunrise' inn & club C O. Hamry: ; was president he !persuaded miles in either direction to see the growth and pros t
his friend Harmon Elliott I I
perky we arc sharing with the rest of the nation
to consider building the antiquecar "t
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museum In Stuart. Mr. Elliott *:
:
was so impressed by the Historical Of it this and 'f'
Society already existing in Stuart course, was not always way ,
., that be not only bush a large museum many can remember when times were quite hard. The ,"

for and the set antique up' the cars Jarmell but: Museum put.chased peace of mind and security we arc enjoying today were { .\

Vii'f.r of Massachusetts, in his new only dreams then.
." building. Other" collections of now H/,11'

We're Re-Opening December 8th given priceless to the collection/Elliott: Museum of shells are given the TUB; I FIRST NATIONAL BANK hopes that ..s .

by note Mrs.costumes. Wilbur, from Forrest the the Captain Semi- it has helped in one way or another in making; your :)r'

Hugh Willoughhy collection the dreams true the and with .
come over
oust years, we join s '
w. been buy preparing for a wonderful new Mason her at tit. church organ from Elegies and
the llofkla In you in giving thanks to God for what we now have and ; r'
Inn and w.r. happy to be able to announce a n.w schedule which history section the
mean a whole winter of fun for everyone from ih. opening the north world wing! are Viators amazed from that aU sucha over: what is yet: to come. I I JUl'

day. all the way through late April small/ county as Martin has two\ .
unusual' muveume.Mra ,
tYAi
fWe're Walter Hupfel.' president
of the Martin County Library Association ,> .)'i'
.
told of the start of the ...
library by the Woman's Club of tJII \.
Planning New Activities Stuart in 19..,. In .1955 the Martin \

County Ubrary Association oftwentyfive 1 ,. .
We Ire A Home c6
men and women was .. I.
The Club Room (at the pool)) will b* open for dinner Friday Saturdayand organized By '1957 a new build.with ", '.,.' o U'eJ.lome Operated .A

Sunday evenings with a special menu featuring Steak and Main I I, 1'I"antiallntllu/: 4:*

Jobster! Friday and Saturday night. Buffet night Sunday night. kk }.1\, i / fY

Strictly Informal . bring the whole! family. Special part(... and ,...". ti '.'"
.
live music too every Friday and Saturday. IRST '"
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sew slk. .,. ...,...I""
fro. VASIIIONETIIEFashionette
I'

We 're Tournament \ 'f, ,' .'
Headqtrs. Again A t /'

It. f fx
Ware proud to be official tournament headquarter for the Stuart

SaOflah Club' llth annual light tackle! tallflab tournament December Yi

1011. 1 12 and IX :

Com on owL watch th* boat com lal! t & : ,

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for guest in reeldenc or member*.of th* deb who enjoy the many, '
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TOB) 9TVART (FU.) NEWS Thursday November 26 1964 r xvartarvare_ y,wawssaoarwrait f Mr and Mri Charles F-isicl' Mr, Clifford Campbell d'Ir.,,
t Lions Visit Past Master will spend Thanksgiving with their man of the Thanksgiving dinner to
I seo-n4aw and daughter, **v. anti I be held at the recreation hall
Mr. Them Woods of Arch Mt. ....1 Pow l1, Mrs. JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. Durham ad family of AlHNIt MvMKy ire expected to attend .
j Street was hortww to her bridge Aajnwe Corlh and Mr. Betty Fort Pierce Night Held Port ft Luck. *.(
I
dub Monday Nov 16. Members Mae Nib MYRTLE WHITMAN\ 4".orre ponde l AT and guests! present! were: Mm Ma. I I
nut Whin Mrs. Bea Burritt Mrs Blue eye tire faster than eyes ..._.... Several Lion Club members By Acacia Where this emblem ;is displayed, you are
Arthur M irland. Mrs. Irene Bur of darker cotan from Jensen Beach attended a dis I
.. Day Pancake Feast trig cabinet meeting held at the ''I FourlMO Lodge, Stuart.past masters and.. sixteen of Acacia put- assured of the finest insurance servicein
Flamingo Restaurant Fort PierceSunday
in
other in the the land.
from lodges
IIi FolksNow mailers
Nov 22 from 2 until 4p.m ,
By Lions Club Nov. 29 A 12 o'clock dinner preceded United. Stale. were honored. at at
the I I the annual .peel master* night
in the time to come hi and select I meeting Acacia Lode on Thursday Nov
The Lions Club of Jensen Beach Ticket may be obtained from any I In the group were President Ed
t z your Christina( Cards We have complete Schmidt Secretary Wallace Gardner 19.Two
will sponsor a day'long pancake member of the Lions Club delegation. forty mem-
Mil
Assistant
a selections/ at all/ prices and remember feast Sunday. Nov. 29, at the That renowned lady. Aunt Je Secretary Ed here from the Jensen Beach MatWHc .
community center on Commercial mime. In the person! of Mrs. Harty ler and Pan President William Club and. thirty members rote asar
we need from 4 to II day to Weiss. They accompanied by
l pcrsonall/e hand ti were
Street. Heritage will bo on > fwm the Port St. Lucie Masonic tree asllnw
them. Starting at 7 a.m. they will serve greet one and all. Adding to the their wives, who were special guest. Club, attended to honor the present
pancakes as long as customer demand enjoyment of the/ affair, will be a I at the dinner and were later taken worshipful master. Chris Kalb
K4. requires. Como\ for an early musical program continuing on a sight-seeing tour of a race T h e Port St. Lucie Masonic
breakfast or any time during the throughout the day I horse' farm at While City Club furnished the entertainment
day when you get hungry far Scheduled to entertain are: Willie for the evening with us glue club
pancakes This event will benefit Dexter at the piano; Susan and musical combination Also!
the club continuous eye'preservation Bray soloist; The Outrigger Group, Garden Club attending were Master Masons
STUART OFFICE SUPPLIES protect local boys under the leadership. of from thirty-two stalesHoliday B. TILTONINSURANCE I
President Ed Schmidt will head Gary Crowder, with their own I ; .
727 COLORADO AVENUE Rl"UART AT 7.1345 the affair, assisted by a committee .. ukelile accompaniment; dance Jensen The' November meeting of the J_
Beach
i of numbers Bill and Dottia Weiss Garden Club was
consisting Harry Heritage by ; ;
: held Nov. 1 18 Trailer
Fort at the home of MrsCharles AGENCYSince
from
Wallace Gardner, John Larson, a Bprber Shop Quartet
U< ---- ----- -- It was conducted by the president
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and Michael Nowajcwski from Mrs Calvin Wither Park News Notes 1921
WE ARE HAVING OUR FIRST ANNUAL Jensen! Beach; Mr. Ruth Hall, A half hour preceding the meet. JENSEN BEACH AT 7.1411
soloist musical ing was devoted to horticulturalhints
saw performanceby
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and information by Mrs Rol- A. .A:>
Vince Stewart of Stuart; and,
SALE W.O.T* Mrs Robert Crowdcr soloist accompanied lin Reynolds Mr. and Mn Fred LaLone have
SALE by Mrs Rollin Wood. After a briefing by the president returned from Pontiac Mich..
ruff Other soloists will be accompanied on the recently inaugurated where they spent the summer
All Coaches Reduced From Our Regular List Prices by Mr. Dexter The Tri World Gardening project of Self months. BUY ? SELL? HOLD?
Help under CARE decided -
angle Club orchestra will also he it was
on hand to \send money to help buy Mr and Mr. AI Coding left Ai an Investor do you seriously consider these steps for each
$500 to $1,000 Other attractions include door vegetable seeds! and tool kiM for Waldoboro. Me., Nov, 4. spent of your stocks? You should, you knowl Stock values can
prices every hour on the hour and! communities and countries two weeks on Long Island with change better .
opportunities may appear. securities in
candy and balloons for the children throughout the world, with the their son and daughter and their
WITHOUT TRADE-INS overall goat of raising living standards families, before returning to Holi your portfolio may no longer be suitable for your overall
through a more balanced diet day Park for the winter. investment objective.

GOOD-BYE TO ALL OUR '64 MODELS ENTERTAINS Mrs leroy Heppe AT CARDS of Roberta \ numerous Mrs, Charles Christmas Munch arrangements displayed Mr. and Mrs George lenders For these reasons. Hirsch & Company maintains a Portfolio

of Cocoa are spending Thanksgiving Review Section. To help Investors make the right decisions
Avenue entertained at her homeon which' were greatly admired and
ALSO THIS WEEK ONLY SPECIALS with Mr and Mrs Leslie we'll furnish an. objective of
Nov. 21 with dessert and cards I will perhaps be copied) by the analysis your portfolio and give
10' ]x 55' Skyline, Private Dining/ Room, 2 Four tablet were made up by 'members during the coming fes Tompkins a specific "Buy-Sell-Hold' recommendation for each se-
Bedrooms Cupeled Living Room 10' 40' 20th Century t Bedroom the following guests: Mrs. Tempi tivelea\ IOn. Mrs Wilber presented Mr and Mrs. Charles Stewart curity As a first step send for our Portfolio Analysis fore;

ORIGINAL PRICE '.. ..... .., .._ $5,195.00 FORMERLY PRICED: AT SJ.8MOO 10 Woods, Mn Charles Munch her with a small gift in appreciation are spending Thanksgiving with using the coupon below or mail a list of Your holdings directly .
Mrs August Brunning. Mrs Frank of her effortsOther her sister and brother-In-law I Dr, to Manager Research.

SALE PRICE .... .. ..._ $4,795.00 REDUCED TO .. $3,495.00 Ciahagun, Mr. Harry Miller, Mrs. arrangements were shown and Mrs C H Murphy at Barlow
Tony Anderson Mrs. Chris Con. -some had been made class at at the the .. ...............................................
nell. MM Karl Jams. Mrs. Frank evening arrangement Mr and Mrs Everett Carmen
JENSEN TRAILER SALES SpcU, Mrs Harvey Dcmnion home of Mrs William Weiss and and family front Cape Canaveral Please send me your Portfolio, Analysis form. :
Mrs John Puts Mrs. frank Hanson others at the morning class at the City spent Sunday with his folks, I
JUST NORTH OF THE ARCH JENSEN BEACH Mrs Dwight Kelly, M r t home of Mrs John Koman Mrs Mr and Mrs Frank Carmen Nlme.n.. .......r..r..r..nn..uri/nn1 SN :
Charles Wheeler, Mn Jack Kuhn Wilber commented on each one i if
BOX $75, ROUTE 707 PHONE 287-273J
and Mr. Edwin Miller and then the members voted on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sweet and Addresi. ............ ....City... ......State.:.......... I
__ ___ __ n their choices for first and second Mr and Mrs Howard Long ol ........ .... ..
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place First went to Mrs. Koman West Palm Beach spent last week
and second to Mrs Frank Rau- end in Tampa.

JUST LOOK DID YOU wald Mr and Mrs. Joseph Wing are
A growing gift of petunias was spending Thanksgiving with friends HIRSCH & CO.
Mrs. Wheeler and
presented to lit Kissimmee. Mtfttti. N.w, f.rk Sleek ".changeis _..
light refreshments were served by
f KNOW YOU COULD BUY Mrs Ethel Nodine, Mrs Wither Mr and Mr Charles Butwill
y and Mrs Fred Pctcrkin. Miss Alice spend the holiday with then 108 South Second Street Fort Pierce
/ Paul was accepted Into the club. in law and Mr and
son- daughter RESIDENTS OP STUART CALL TOIL-FRFFi
\.., # THESE FINE FOODS I Mrs Joseph Crossman, in Miami ATLANTIC 7. 4100
NewsoTfWlVetsThe

R x AT POOR BOB'S ? I Mrs. John A Davis of Lakeland
Auxiliary of World War I arrived Tuesday morning la M.UN OFFICE IS Broad Street, New York 4, V V.
I held a successful card: party at be the guest of Mrs. Ward E.
the community center Thursday Baker of Skyline Drive for Thanksgiving -
Nov 19 the committee in charge Mrs. Davis who is Mrs
GERMAN ITALIAN AND KOSHER\ MEATS.'FOR' of the affair was comprised: of: S.ikau I4I'Iin.wiIJ also' http cele- ..i.iI m.I, R to dajf g. q. greet wws.unuvltUCS; ._ ,, _
Mrs. Helen Ferguson, chairman.. bran M..... Baker' eithty'sixth I ',3:30-Station,Jj\I IRA 1400- on your {Ial
Mrs. Eleanor Dilfendal, Mrs Or.k.
SANDWICHES OR BULK TAKEOUT"CORN birthday on Tuesday
Ecklurul and Mrs Julia,Clark
Mrs arM LINmon wmimlM.' MlimllNck Mm" Soil, mils., l*.Wort_
Door
prizes by
were won
Calumet, Mich.. had forty inchesof taros Pull. OMMI .
BEEF KNOCKWURSr1IIURINGIR GERMAN SALAMIPASTARAbII Amittrdin Sum All.
Orlee E klund, Mrs Ruth HM snow in January, I9M
: KOSIIFR SALAMI and Mrs, Frances Heim. There
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I 'i BOILED HAM PIPPfcRONI HAM SALAD were twenty-five tables in play
/ ITALIAN SAUSAGE The Barracks and Auxiliary of
BAKED HAM 1URKFY SAUSAGE CORN BEEF SALADPEPPERED W W. 1 enjoyed a potluck supper

BFFF BIOOIMLRST CHICKEN: SALAD and social meeting at the com HURRY! ONLY 30 SETS
SMOKFO TONGUE (COCKTAIL ('RANKSCAPACOLA liMO CHFESK munity center: Friday evening
Nov 20, Ten tables of bunco were

Q PROSCIUTTOLTVERWURST GKNOA SALAMI BRAUNSUFIGIRCOOKED DUTCH LOAf'I : in All play officers of the Barracks and Manufacturer's Sacrifice

KEILBACI KISNKE I SALAMI Auxiliary of W W I, Post 834.
I (Kosher 8vs. Polish) attended] a District 2 meeting at
Riviera Beach Sunday, Nov 15
Mrs. Eleanor Diffendal was appointed -

5 DRAUGHT BEERS ON TAP district historian.


THE ONLY BAR IN FLORIDA WITH 3 IMPORTED BEERS ON TAP ARMY VIM Mr'18 and EDUCATOR IIFRG Mrs Tommy Woods of BED OUTFITMATTRESS


DORTMUNDER IIEINEKENS LOWENBRAU Arch house Street guests, have recently had! as Dr.tlvelr and I

Mrs Edward B. Pickard of Alex-
antler Va
DOMESTIC or IMPORTEDCHEESE SHOP OURDELICATESSEN Dr Pickard was superintendent PLUS BOX SPRING ON LEGS
of schools in New Jersey where
COUNTER Mrs.. Woods taught! for several'
fern Manufacturer had an order for 100 of these
After spending a week in Sara. cancelled/ and he had to move (them fast.
CREEK PEPPERS, QVR.B.Q SAUCE sofa and Fort Myers and another Those aeta were mud*.la sell for $6991\ so
week in Nassau, Dr; and Mrs. can lave $20.00. Perfect for
CREEK: CRAPE I.EAVESCREFK PICKLED WATERMELON Pickard arrived Jensen Beach you guest room,
in .
children room etc.Complete' ,
N.Y. STATE SHARP DANISH TILSIT PIPE OUVES KOSHER PICKLES on Saturday to visit Mrs Woods,

N.Y. STATE !MILD CHEDDAR: IJMBURGERCAMEMBFRT CORN RtLISIt: PICKLED ltM\lXKS: whom! they hadn't seen in fifteen Outfit Only ,,/
SKEET C1IFRRY PEPPERS! PICKLED GREEN PEPPERS years.
CHEDDAR
WINE
They were favorably impressed
MISSOURI CHEDDAR BRLNCH BRIE MIMDFGETIBIKS: : by Jensen Beach and are considering I ";n-0 0
returning here when. Dr.
LONCHORN COUDASCOUDAS
Pickard retires from his present
DOMESTIC SWISS (Imported) FISH potilio $
I IMPORTED SWISS' ROMANO (Impound) He is senior educational advisorat

PROVOLONEIMPORTED PARMESAN (Imported) LOX CREAM CIIFESk.; & BAGELS IMPORTFD SARDINES the U. S. Army Engineer Schoolat
Fort Bclvoir Va Dr Pickard
I PROVOLONE PARMESAN (Domestic) HERRING: : IN CREAM ROLL MOP (Imported Caviar) Is a retired colonel of engineers in

BLEU CHEESE (Domestic) SVRDi ARGENTINE the U, S. Army

BLEU aiEESE (Imported) CRUYERE (Imported)
50 VARIETIES 9 and 15 INCH cl1MMUNITYCIIURC1t:
I ROQUEFORT (Imported) MOAVRELLAJTCTA NEWS;

I GARGONZOLA (Imported) (Imported) Thanksgiving Duy. Nov 26 al

BEER C1IEESEMEUNSTUt DANISH PORT SMUT PIESFOR 10 am. there will be a special
PIZZA I I sale prlcn mn rash ti t!
: BFL PAESE Thanksgiving service at the Rio 1
PIPPIN OIEDDVR Baptist Church, The Rev Neil pM hi 30 days AH
DANISH ESROM Ltunulus, pastor of Trinity MeUvMiist

YOUR SELECTION WE HAVE PIES PASTRIES AND SALADS The combined Church will choir be the of the speaker RttDaptiit ,

J' Church and the Jncn. ,off
Community Church, under the C.
CORN BEEF & CABBAGE EVERYDAY direction: of Mrs George TsiN
will sing. 'Praise! the Lord, His
GERMAN PLATE GERMAN STYLE TURTLE SOUP CLAM CHOWDER Clones Show

Every Friday at 4 ..".. new
choir practice for first through
fifth grades
The Church Aid Circle veil
celebrate us nineteenth turifcday
Nov 21Attention.
all parent of small
1,11 ? t .P children: we now have a wtlMaft
v ,fed aunery |0 care for )ear children .
alp I, at during both Sunday morning
wordup services.Sttuftlay. .
Due. 5.1 p.m.. at the ROWE IL'S
church, a Men Variety (how,
t sponsored" by the Men* Brother.
hood. An e>eoiag oC OUil, m gi4
and lots' of fun Get four ticket
from any member of the Broth

rrhood. Old Dixie IIwy OppOsite
COCKTAIL LOUNGE & DELICATESSEN: MiuJtaI. Wra"* Pvwr dunns; R. R. Station Stuart21S

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r.\ ( in Southern Florida. Every aisle is Customer Designed for Shopping Convenience. Our r
:r Departments are so arranged that every item of your meals may be planned well in ml'nnee.Vc also 50 'GOLD BOND
z have two completely New Departments, our Bakery features oven fresh baked goods baked in our suMts _wlnlr>7RclAsspr
,,, Store and a New Delicatessen Department featuring u large assortment of new items prepared in Our wn mi.WILD BIRD SFEI)
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Mrs. Nora Dean, Bradcnton ,

".8 THE STUART j'to.j( ; ) NEWS Thursday November 26,,'1)6.. i ...... ....",. A a birthday cake w I. prcicntcu Gill Mr W.and Va..\Mrs are Arthur newcomers Plumly., living visiting her sister Mrs. Ralph M.. -
--------------------- /--- Mr Barbara Kozelka. .
-.MNMI--HMM I Palm Vista Martin Grade lery. ..ul family.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dednck Mr. and Mrs. Richard OilliH ar; 1 Palm City News Wednetduy night held at a social the church actionf..c"R Road.in on II and Mrs. Henry Crewstertainod ui-

and Susan went to Orlando for rived Thursday to spend \\Ip4
D. E. I weeks visiting her mother Mn.. MRS, e and Mrs tirar; Rev. and Mrs. Lawrie J. Sharp, at Sunday dinner h, n.
the weekend to visit the I\ 4rreapondenfTclvphas. Wolfe' weN chairmen. Chaplain j i acing the fourteenth birtbllaI i I
Snows Mr. Dedrick and Mr. Barbara KozeTka.' they are si*>irt' |.I + K Gary Peters and Rev W E ,, Cleveland, Ohio, arrived Friday I their daughter" Alice. Guests wrc
Snow were celebrating their birth- ''at the Edg*water Apartments SWart / 287-5582 Wilson were the speakers telling for the win tor. and have taken a Mr. and Mr.. J. S. Winter I f-'It,
days I and are from Libcrtyvilp Ill how i individuals could participatein i cottage in Rio. Pierce j Mr. and Mrs Fred ('h..'I".
_. .. : the "Inmate Out" family, West Palm Drab
---- ---------- --- program oral
-- -.-_ ..r.. ....... yi The John Moschells arrived on | man
----- ---- Laura x Martha Lane ,
Church News Sunday night the Anna Judy Henry. J j" ''J
from Cherry V.lleY.1Ohio.
I Circle for Thursday | Debbie Van Tuinen ,.
met a "spaghetti tuppct' i their Trinka I-
.,. r-1V-yn'SlvtVt- to spend the winter at i iI
at the church followed t b> auJi- I< Ira Austin and Chester Crews
UNITED\" CHURCH OF I I home on Sixth i Street ___.
cnce participation In m. K i n g __ __ .
Shipper of FAMOUS INDIAN RIVER: IRUII CHRIST (Congregational) flouting candle. Advent wreath>> 'i i

333 t:. Ocean Blvd. Stuart Florida At the Sunday morning service and simulated stained glass decorations ,; .
Rev. W. E. Wilson called officer for the Christmas season s ;
.., WE ARE NOWSHIPPING of both Fellowship group and Thursday, Dee. J the annual' }
FRUI.T their counselors forward and presented bazaar and ham supper will he held D
at the civic center from 5 to 7 ,I
., them with a charter from :
p.m. For reservations! call AT 71907. 6a : i
Pink White Grapefruit the Florida United Church of v
or 0 .
sale
Christ for 1964-65.\/ : Tickets will also be on I
Navel at the door. nV
Oranges o Tropical Candied The Marion Fisk Circle met on ,

Jellies O Christmas Cards Nov. III| lie I the church and sewing BAPTIST TOYS
, was the rder of the day. Al lunch Sunday, Nov. 29 the Brotherhood I
1 ----'- -- -
will have a breakfast' in the
r i church at 7 a.m. for all men in. I Itel'll
? ted. It will be followed by a I
.f l',1 TOPS.SLACKSFor prayer service.
The Brotherhood is having a I I
n'I i yP 4 7 Ii i For the
revival. beginning Dec, 3 al 7:30:
' the HolidaysFRERE'S a.m. Rev. Woody Walk ins. Pint i .g' : /
Baptist Church Stuart will con,
.. duct. Rev Ted Lou, Dunklin Memorial I II Newest In-; .
Indiantown conducts !service
Friday Mickey Evans, directorof El UNA J, SANDERSPostmasters :
Dunklin Memorial Camp, Martin Hobbies & Toys
MATERNITY: WEAR Grade Road, will. speak Saturday Meet Your :
night and Sunday Brother
I rat OrMM Av, Ft Hrt AI Cross will close the revival. I

Willing! Workers class met fora Is Head VISIT
-- -
-- r- social Tuesday night at the Ethna J. Sanders

home of Mrs. Joyce Lin. Present I ;

.. were Mrs. Belle KJndbcrg, I Of Palm Post OfficeBy
Mrs Doris Van lumen, Mrs Brenda City
PHONE Lira. Mrs. Libhy Shamhlm, Mri. I i I
Mob Shaw and the hostess, Mrs. I CHARLEY SIOOKF.Y post office is handled;! by one person 'i COWGER'SHOBBY
Reenie Tatul11.School. I -the postmaster. :
P N Palm City's postmaster is also a I I That this one 'person is doing
S I H01-4043 "lady" and! !should be known as
r NewsPalm 'postmistress.." However, Uncle an statement excellent made job is by indicated one of her bya | & GIFT SHOP

Sum insists on calling her a (postmaster patrons 'who said, "We get first t'' n
at was explained several class service in a third class post AT

....... '' We will bring the car ed by" the City Salerno Tigers Wildcats were defeat 7-/J I weeks ago.Anyway.. Ethna J, Sanders has office." '

,t t to you for your inspection in the game here Saturday morn I served as postmaster in Palm City l11RFE IS 1311T: gf SEARSTOWN. j
ing. since Nov. 30 1956 I\/ shortly after
"' Parent Teacher Association met I Mrs. Vcrmclltf Baker retired. She I Hunting with a shotgun capable 1 FORT PIERCE, FLA.
three shellsis
Nov. in the local office: I of holding more than
23 All teachers: were on a lad been a clerk ; n
panel and parents could get answers for several months before her an- I contrary to the regulations of
]More used ,""W'. arriving daily." wt deliver new JglSlIIoddH. / to their question pertaining 1 toinlmcnt. the Game and Fresh Water Fish

Good, Selection to school matters I Mrs Sanders is a native of I Commission-. --- ,
a This will be a long weekend Massachusetts where she waR employed
Volkswagen '6I Volkswagen with no school Thursday! and as a telephone operator
$595 $1195
Sass' lon \VaK, <>. Sedan ... .. DOMESTICUSED I Friday because of Thanksgiving. the has been in Florida since 1953.:

.... 57 olkawagea With the exception of the ore-
'Sedanolkawagra $895 Kfdan $595 CARS SATURDAY TEEN: IMNCE: Christmas season the Palm City"Pop"

Fifty teem attended the danceat
... '61 KarmanGlila $1195 '56 Volk."allell $495 ALL T1Mr.S301)AY : the civic center Saturday night.'
Hardtop Sedan AVjT Contests were held in both last Lord were visitors. Grown.
and slow dances. ups are invited to visit the dances

.'. UNCONDITIONAL <(<;ORANlEEII Joe White and Joyce Sprudley any time.
won the fast dance. There wan a Our teens have a wonderful time
Fort tie between couples Ronnie S rad- and are well supervised.! Drop by
Lucie Motors Pierce
St. ley and I ottle Newhouio and Jim some time ,and ace. \\l
Spradley and Shirley Eldridgc in
AUTIIOKIZEI VOLKSWAC@N! DE.VI.tR: the slow dance. SHOWER: HONORS! ;
r: 2806 Okcechobce Road Phone 110 1.4043 Mr, and Mrs. David Caudull JAMIE! ; BROWN t /

were chuperones' with the club Mrs Marcella Shamblin gave a CT \
_._ ._ counselors. Carl Blackburn and shower honoring Janie
-- -- -- -- --- -- --- -- surprise
Brown who will marry David In-
; man Dec. 6. The shower was held c I
"I in the social room of the FirstJJlNfr
... -r.--.r.---------, !""'!9 Y..a raw .w r..i sswu a.r.w -
IKROEHLER' Budcock's "combinir- tor ) Ch urtB'latr'rFrid'4'"w"1Decorations : :.
and
were blue and white DAYWe
1S and many gifts were received by ON THANKSGIVING.


I Outstanding Value-Buys featuring 1I the Hurley Marsha honoree.and Mrs Daniel Alice Mrs.Hough Myrtice were are )grateful to you, the residents of this community for your continued patron

& prize winners in games played. age throughout the year. We hope that you! and your loved ones have been bleated
"' Refreshments were served to
( i; M.... Hannah Teppc, Mrs. Betty with such abundance that this holiday will be a day of true thanksgiving; for you.,

...... .. Bo/one and Deborah of Fort
: Pierce Mrs. Ann Rastrelli! Mrs.
Wanda Teems, Mrs Mary Glad-
.. hill, Mrs Mary Bozone. Mrs. Tom
..... Shamhdn, Mrs. Reenie i Tatum.':
Mrs. Hazel Daniel, Mrs. LatitiaCiillespie.
i Mrs Gertrude Fulton,
..... Sirs Vermclle Baker, Mrs Marge --
Inman. Vickie Hurley and Mrs.
C. L. Parker.

I STORK SHOWER: 429 (O. flDUAl tweet, HONDA PH. 117-tlU
.."Ii'.- enu Women of the Baptist Church "sitvict supiiMi Ar srtMur uuu A mum"/

I gave a stork shower for Mrs. Billy -
,,'.. Shaw at the church social room
Nov. 17. She was the recipient of
..... I many lovely gifts.
.... ,
Prizes in contests played were
won by Mrs. Libby Shumnlm. Mrs.
Bette Kindbcrg" and Mrs Pauline
i Crews
I !! Other guests were Mrs Vera
N Myers. Mrs. Clyde Davis Mrs. J. Good new for patient people. J
F. Robertson, Mrs Helen Wat-
k w v / I Y+ I I son Mrs. Reenie Tatum, Mrs Tile '03: Bulrks are In production ngaiu.
..
I
Fred Osteen. Mrs. Faythe McKee, *
.i' 79N 1M". Marietta Yingling.!! Mrs. Ser And lout jf new Hulfk are on their way to us\
ah Shaw Mrs. Edith Moore and
$5.00 awe I I'1, Mrs. Francis (1m...... Help us mend your favorite on its wny to.you. .'
n a .I.
.w4 j IInUIi. TV RIILINIINwHw.arw. ..._. I | PIRSONALS!' Conic In mid order the Buick you w auL '
.a., ,...... __ .
995V .IV"L.M.a"a ww w.r..-........Mp ,Sy I i Mr, and Mrs. Rodger Chancey tr, .M
I'
., ......,..... .
Kel-
.. ..-.-.......- have Mr. and Mrs. George
'" ...--war..lr f.rI \\1 I ncr and I Irene Buchanan of BalI -
s10.00P.il '.
1V y. aDWLLAr.Mewla.WSUPU I tmtore. Ohio, M guests.Mr .
.. bAUXI JUMBO TV IIUINII
\\1 and Mrs. Robert W'ortham'
sty : alaq'1./a.l.w. ; l.WH.M,"'4 WHtHM lf4f>|* :. and son Kenneth of Orlando, q '; ', rt1t.)1
M V ..h'..........-....LH spent the weekend: with Mrs, Evelyn 'I: .1 ... : f : :
: w?a 1.--- Higbee.I I ', ..-L."I. .. t. Ai '.... I 'of. ftAud '.. \ .,
pot gaO. "...._.......Ir.a. ..' ;jl'
.. t Mrs. Belle Myers is ill and has f -'
3 ,I been confined to her home the '. '
<. : 699Sn' ., past two weeks.
::! '- \ .. a. .',
... t I. $l.oo 1 1 Mrs. William, Watts and children .
I ottgrtIwM.rdN.swivuaocatt i ., and Mrs. Mary Zglmicki: spent Y .1 .J,
r'V |I Monday in Eau Gallic. I5 ? f .:
.......,...._of m .N.._,.ttrlik J l" : ( 1
J \ ..."..U..II'II" ."" ., Rudolph l Batcman, UmatJlla.L .. .s t ..
( ,J $ :::..!:::::;-.:.'::. L 'Wayne Huxley and Mrs Connie ...,' ,. : .
................., ,I Risky Daytona Beach, were '.
......,.....
\ \ I,LtC"i ............,.........1... L 1 weekend guests of the Andy Zglin-

-It'. ur--( .nn..,...un......rain....... ,.y,, "_i; couple fckis. Mn.of months Baxley here.will spend m ,

....,. .
\ .$7995IJ i Andy Zglmicki made a businesstrip al4hats
,.. ( _| u> Tallahassee Sunday through
l c;: $5.00 D.waI ,. Tuesday

t I '. $ pltllrlluasaslwteRlocatl L J Mr and Mrv Leonard Mead

................,.....- and family arrived Friday. from

\,... { .p .La IIU./NINMII W,..wMa' aJMh 1mM ,I Azusa Calif., to visit their per.ems :-. -
.. N ::: =::::::,1004"" .1 1 the Myrfen Mead and the "-
NutaMra..a.anw. .u/u pN Johnny Filanowskis., They arc enI i> awDw.AR SAaCtCtWf
,I route to Riviera Beach Imake I Ii

Yj i their home. | you'll noon be driving the car you waited for.

i Mr and Kin. Kenny English" ]I
j have moved into the Mead Apart- '
i, menu on Fine Street '' tn ww taut wTHMim mm suits wmm Mm tout m vim .tu-___

Mr and Ain C. A. Fines left
287-1752
DIAL
519 COLORADO AVE i for Californu.. Friday to make a AMITY BUICK PONTIAC INC. 614 $. FEDERAL HWY. STUART
t( new home Were I
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,SINN Dtx GIFT GIVING IS EASY WITH | IT'S THE ; I


"CI an your car windows of J
I dew" says Chief of Polka Jesse:
TOP VALUE STAMPS Taylor of Stuart This is the sea
/ son when cart
that sit out of
doors accumu

SPECIAL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., NOV. 23th.SORDINI laic,''m: of a dew heavy near

MKINATIOMCHOCOtATi 'rynight,
IIG TIN PALMITTO MUM PIMENTO CHICS
CHERRIES39c COVIIID < SPREAD S E '4.OZ- 0'\ity r Having tnui,
t'-0 BISCUITS 2 CANS 29 cuP 49 h e; windshield through

IaM SimiMAND COCHEESE SLICID AMUICAN _tear is not auf

\... 2 CUP 49' CHEESE E E MB.PKG.: 59 the should chief have tayi.360'ticient.degree visibility. One:

DOD StoR t s The law doesn't mention dew
but it does say. "No person shall

II : drive sign, any poster motor, or vehicle other non-trans with any

BANANAS parent windshield material, sulewings upon, side the or front rear

1II5IIIlI lEIIIAIIIKII 11151 IliA' IlIllllEIIIIII I II III windows than obstruct a certificate of the such driver's vehicle or other view to, paper U other to

GOLDEN required-to-be so displayed by law.*

RIPE! 9 C MI How Blood Bank


LB :; Top Round Full Cut Round Boneless Sh'ld Flank Bone in Rib :I Operates Told

By Hospital Man
STAYMAN I
Apples I 5 LBS.49c II ALL U.S. CHOICE. I
Ever
IIIIIIII! wonder what happen to
Ii IIIIII .. h the donation la Martin Memorial
INDIAN RIVER SEEDLESS : HONIUI for the Blood Bank According -
Lii!!! M to to Guy N. Cromwell,
w a
10 1 49CMAINE of hospit.il administrator*
Grapefruit I t FOR 1I
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II Rank strives to main
IiIIIiIII w 'I E I n euphhply
r of ,
RUSSET j t blood of all types
III LB Nil D } available' immediately' to any pat.
Potatoes 1 10 BLABG69C t T 9 lent in the hiwnil.tl. Sometimes
IIIm! t donors do not have the type of
blood in demand or unusual
= amounts of rare types are needed.
IIIIII tor" 1 h A.0. There are alto unavoidable blood
FLA CORN C lowes and!some! I Is not usable. Som
w.Ara.ti II patient do not (and sometimes
CHOICE cannot) meet their debis to the
,
r r mug service Bunk everyone wit out do-
IIIJID! Ivy It l Is therefore, very Important
FANCY T.BONE PORTERHOUSE SIRLOIN or CUBE SIRLOIN TIP or RUMP and necessary that more blood be)
8 For 49c put Into the bank than Is luken out
FRESH "If you are .,ked by your doctor .
S k LB.99c RoastBOTTOM LB $109 to have donors, find out how
DIXIE DARLING t e a your many friend are .luggcMed*. Many and have contact made
"vl
J B B FRENCH TWIN 1 QCI M regular contributions: to the Palm
Q
C. SH'LD.
B-I e a Q STYLE PAK I / U.S. CHOICE. TENDER ROUND, CROSS RIB or BONELESS Beach Blood Hank, and will be glad
DASH N OF w a to make pulirnt a at deposit Martin for you Memorial while

Dog Food 6 I5.OZ.CANS 89c. E Y e ROUND ROAST LB $119 1 RoastDEEP LB 89 ..."toO' .. .,1=il always Hospital.someone needed If else you do Advance will.not need Blood deposits blood. Is i

ITALIAN, RUSSIAN LOW CAL ITALIAN FRENCH r ]- '' can be mode for you, yotir family
;!
DRESSING FROZEN FRESH GRADE "A" SEA OCEAN" w a frbusinessorganization n", )your church, lodge or
I
Wishbone I 8-0Z. BTL 3 9c II BREASTS U J J"'t ,
variety of accounts I II avail
WISHBONE l; DELUXE. I I $ radii One Is the donor
esg"A I 1 account.: Each dona
Dress I la credited to the donor to be
for the donor if nectstary or
transferred to another -
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1 I I IllUJllUlIllIlIllIllllll1 i mme. :
Ba&lUIIUl I a duotlUxv*uu v s*
ti 'fAIJ' two years. Another" Is the organic
FROZEN CRINKLE CUTPotatoes luau account Any organi/atioe:: )
LB. c C may set up its own account to be
t t 2 BAG 3 9 used for Its members when In need,
or as a donation to other: accounts.
House C>H.CO" SLICED The credit" on this account; 1s good
Maxwell I I
II WITH O LB Indefinitely, And, finally there Is
$169
Mr Beef f I GRAVY L PKG. the Unless patient the patient replacement or tome'account.other

party has made an advance deposit
r the blood receiVNby the patient d

k. N ICE CREAM w and borrowed must be from replaced.another Friends"account and
r COFFEE R relative can meet the debt of this
patient with a donation to this so-
1 count within sin months of the
s w 1 time the blood Is used.'Since .
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THE STUART (Fla) NEOSNovember ,

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FOR RENT ?5 HFLP-WANTFD ,ITS & SERVICES 63 PETS & LIVESTOCK 73 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90( REAL ESTATE: ; fOR SALE 90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90(

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DJL .BOlmVELL SPORTFISI-IERMAN Lat ( dry lots paved road with NORTH FORK ST. LUCIE SUB-
Rent: Office building acro ALFAR Dairy, ', HOPPE'S Chihauhuas, A.K.C. Pet HIGH QP
from Seymour's Inn. Call 287. Monterey Road Stuart Model Fly. Bridge dual con access to Jntrocoaital ,Waterway, FOR Sate: Commercial, lot 331 DIVISION WATERFRONT
ATlantic 7.1550 0151 tf ((35)) taking application for twig 185s loaded witb Supplies, Chihuahuas from $43. Rocky Point btates. AU lids{ 70 Osceola, 6-roorn unfurnished HOME. CBS :2 bedrooms, 1 I'-i'
tsther Haas, 1160 South Dixie .
Age 21.40 preferred. "Apply original cost $I 15.090 :. up. by 110. from $995 up, terms of frame house, fair condition Will baths, central heat has a wood-

,To Place. Your FAST SFILIVG- two bedroom furnished apartmep person I 11- > .( ) red at about half price can Office svenue. 562-4466 Vero Beach, Florida.. $25 down, $25 a mon u. See Ralph answer direct Questions E. Coventry burning fireplace in the living
287-3622. 11(63) Home 56744 110 East 5137 Pine grove Drive West too Florida! room attaches
> for rent in North River ( )) Hartman Jr., Realtor\ room
:LOW COST WANT AD shores $125 monthly year around. CURB GIRL WANTED: <))9 |12-3 ((73)) I Osceola Street Stuart Florida )Palpi! .{Beach, florida, 33406 garage and bulkheaded waterfront.Ttzautiful .

Call 287-3547. tf (35)) in penon-A & W Root A FISHERMAN NEW CANARIES, Cockatiels Phone 287-4600. tf ((90);) tf ((90)) 1 yard and easy 'to care
Drive In, U. S. No. I I. 24' Lapstrake, hardtop hull Will Monkeys, for too COMPLETELY AND
WATERFRONT: New furnished Stuart. I 11-26 ( ) take inboard or outboard power. Kittens, ARC Pups, small animals YOU MUST: SEE THIS FOR sale by owner furnished -; NICELY FURNISHED: $23,.
NEWS WANT ADS efficiency apartments. Fishing you can install motor in your for science projects Mynahpellets GRAND OPENINGs two bedrooms, two baths I in 1 50000. Roland G Lueder, Realtor -

.RATE:: Five cents per average Pier. Week, month season SeaGate !OFFICE help l1eeded. time, you should ,see this and fancy poodle supplies ..Sun. 1 to 9 pm North River Shores. Perfect con- : 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart
word, minimum charge per inser Villas at Lighthouse Point. 1 and typing nece ary. Write Ideal for Inside or o/f-shore Happyland Pet Shop, 820 Orange THE VIRGINIAN" dition. $21.00. May sell unfurnished -i 11-26 ((90)

tion $1.00 (for up to twenty P O 1531 tf 0') O. Box 1816, Stuart, flol'lda. Call West Palm Beach, TE Ave., Fort Pierce, Tel. 4619344. (Colonial Styling) 287-0042 11-26 (90)) :
average words). Words in ALL 11.26 ( ) or 6551783. tf ((63)) 11-26 ((73)) 3 bedroom 2 bath. Lennox I HURRY' to get this1 one -unique
CAPITAL LETTERS except first SMALL modern apartment $15 Central 'Air-condiuonmj and FOR Sale: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. I new split-level. three bedrooms,
count u two word each. week. Close In. Inquire at The SALESMAN or saleslady for Johnson Dealer AKC Registered! German Shepherd heat Walk-In closets Areyou looking for business two baths and family room At
word Seven "C'c" Grocery Store, North amic tile and concrete Complete Sates, Service, Parts. pups Healthy, wormed, and! pump. luhunous property and a home, too, all un- head entrance to St. L cie River
White space above or below or U.S. I at 20th Street. tf ((35)) to general contractors and selection of dependable Used shots Direct descendants of Rm pantry. Dropped der one roof? We' have just that'' with sweeping view pf the North
within ad will be charged at the owners Retired person '. Expert Factory-Trained Tin Tin, the TV Mar See after ceiling Family room. place' in the center of town, new fork. You will surprised at its
70x120 lot.
Enclosed
cumber of words (five) that could ONE and two bedroom apartments Must have car. Burke Tile i *. CASA RIO BOAT. 5 p.m. or Sunday. George Nickel, garage ly renovated. Price reduced for modest price Come to Sales Of.
bs ptinted in the blank line, or furnished; / or unfurnished New pany, AlA and Saint Lucie SALES, Inc. 440 Rt 707 ""2 SivKhfrn( Avenue, Fort Pierce. Excellent neighborhood MJny' believe quick sale Only $12,500 fice Lighthouse; Point. 11-26(90)( )
other features You t
25 cent per line. and modern. On the river two Port Salerno 2873421. I 11-26 ( ) Rio AT 7-0944;. tf ((63)) Fla 4643862. 11-26 ((73) the won, Small down payment. C. E. Slo
55 G "price4 UNUSUAL CUSTOM BUILT
"Display Classified" ratei oa blocks North of Courthouse. r .I.-A In -:...__ cum, Realtor, 505 Colorado Avenue
316 ORIOLE AVENUEOut ; .
application. Seminole St. 217.1197. tf ((35)) Sale Boat Motor Trailer HOME has basement and large
: & .
I 11 26
((90))
FMPLOYMFNT WANTED PLANTS & SERVICES 75 EtTst Blvto! Caution
Ocean attached Access to water
16 35 garage
These are mailed cash rates. for adi ONE bedroom unfurnished apartment ,__ J J l Fiberglas motor. ,Steering horsepower wheel, r''lUl' 1 Light Turn North one ST. LUCIE RIVER CUSTOM: : and fine dock. CBS 2 bedrooms,
brought r' to The Stuart 570 year Ipund. Stove and CBS 2 baths, central heat air conditioned -
HOME. 4 bedrooms
News with If are aStuart FIFTEEN small office : starter Windshield and PLANTS Sprinkler systems; block.JORDAN BIJILT!
payment furninhed. Call 287- years REALTY
you refrigerator
3 builis, central heat and *, Florida room and aluminum
Newt mail subscriber or are 0265. tf (33)) keeping experience (B u I II 1 d $695 complete See landscaping sod Fastest growing I 1-26(90)( ]) All
Natural white tcrrazzo floors
fasted in the Stuart telephone direc. Have letter of at Western Auto. I 11.26 ((63; nursery in Martin County. Pelican air conditioning fireplace awnings

tory you can place your ad by telephone RIVERFRONT home with pool Part time or full time. l L. I _,_ Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A), THREE bedroom, 2 bath ("BSIn in the extra large living room. The Jnlct large $17.99000 rooms. Very Roland close O to birder the

; Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and for rent. Furnished or unfur. resident. AT 7-0570 If ( ) SERVICES: .68 Palm City. AT 7-1918. tf ( 75)) Hobe Hills. 1,700 square Florida the room'is29'screened long loggia and and opens Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave.,
on
.1 want to place a want-ad." nished. Call 2870948. U ((35)) feet living area plus
ay) carporteand
u Stuart. I 11-26 ((90)
1 II I ,.__ swimming, pool area. The kitchen )
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Well
lot !
IN Stuart. One bedroom duplex, BUSINESS OPPOR1, UNITIES FOR SALE, Miscellaneous 78 storage Oversized has a built-in dishwasher'and garbage -
Home and' Lot Cross-
: with clean, soft $500 down
water. ,,
bedroom, kitchen dinette, liv. .i.i.*iw... iw i ssiws *ii wwaiiw f land 48x10. Patio Carporte Ml balance $14 I .600 conventional mortgage disposal too. Wired for hi- Under Sweden social welfare
Give your mall I I address at ng and bath Furnished Call 2875055 fi. Servants; quarters adjoin house program every citizen is entitledto
utility buildin&LandllCap Phone 546 5532 after f:OCpm
-
AVAILABLE for
well as your telephone number tf ((3.5)TWO ) long term lot 60x107'\ Improvements MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest 11.2,6 ((90)]) I by breezeway. Bulkheaded waterfront cash benefits to compensate for
sale Citrus i
in want-ad. The Stuart or : packing circular driveway beautifully lost illness Proportioned
income during -
your
Excellent Condition
of bedroom furnished house located qn U. S I. one mile Priced I SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT -I
hundreds Prices Florida
has landscaped
News in NORTH RIVER SHORES 2 bedroom to income, this benefit
for rent. Call tf (35)) E. S. A. Call owner 2875507. tf(6g( ])
out-of-state lubscrtbm who 28,7-35)19) of! Farmers Market I bath home:lovely, liv. ONLY, OF. I which is tu-e"empt-amotlOts to

up your best possible pros- FOR Rent: Room In private Kerr, Cull HOward 1-11086. Trailer ((50x10)) complete GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS able home with large screened COURSF. $65,000.00. Terms. Roland -! about two-thirds of. the regular. income
pects for real estate sales and home. Also garage for rent 619 "Hings. 12 10 ( ) with awnings and patio furni. ORGANS porch: fireplace in living room I O Lueder Realtor, 729 Colorado : -- '

rentals, boats help wanted, East Fifth Street,. tuart. ,tf (35)) FOR Sale: Coin operated : etc Call Samuel Sheldon EASY TERMS and well landscaped yard, including Ave.. Stuart. I 11.26 ((90))
trailers, and serv- Duo to illness nun2 : Trailer Pprk, Stuart. Fla citrus Built-in view of the St. ATTENTION

i fardenioz. I DN the way to beaches: Complete 6026 tf ( ) .9862. 2-18 ((68)) MORITZ PIANO CO Lucie; $",500.ffi) Terms Roland! for Real Estate? USED CARS 158
ly furnished One block oft East t 3 112 No. 5th Street G Lueder, Realtor, 729 Colorado Looking ,
: I Ocean Boulevard New two bed- BUSINESS: Opportunity: SALE One mobile home Ft Pierce, Fla. Pb. 461-4747 Ave., Stuart._. J II.26 ((90))) I have just received several trsiuise---- ...
I room duplex, terrazzo floors, For. Business lit Vero Beach, gas $100) ; dou fresh listings-with down-to-
f3inlk
REGULAR CLASSinCATlONSi II I nca kitchens, tile baths carport Guaranteed muffler shop sink dcer'a e ; white U ((78)) CBS two bedroom, one bath. Car- earth prices Homes, Water.

(Numbers over 100 refer to display 1 utility room, Ad electric 2875055. to parts and accessories sink, $25; I while eye level porte, screened patio Air conditioned front. Commercial Acreage. Car Bargains
classified adi, which appear :tf ((3.5)) located. Excellent gas stove and burner $145: TRUSSES, elastic stockings, G.E. Range and Refrigerator MIKE LECHER'
of the amaller ads in ; Priced to sell Phone Harold white lavatories with faucets,, knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart Everything' practically new j Registered .Broker 6 miles CARRINGTQN CAR CO.
end
'numerical after the order B. aura to look PLUSH. PROFESSIONAL 0 F. ell. JO 22120, Vcro Beach. each;.I 'pink' 13 cubic foot 2- Drug Corp tf ((78)) $10500 I 219 Harrison Avenue" ,: west of Stuar( on Road 76 OPEN EVERY DAY
FlUES: First or second floor (,da. I 11-26 ( ) o o r, self-defrost refrigerator,, Cpral Gardens, Stuart. Cull 287- or write: RR No. 1, Box
.b both places.) Arthur Dehon JJldg, 'can be made ; 2 electric water heaters 18 COW Manure Hi yards $12. 6552 tf ((90))) I 563, Stuart.. No. Down 'Payment on Cars

FOR RENT 35-135 a. plush as you want \them, and rents YOUR own business in your ., $35 each) All these Menu 2 yards, $15, Full 8-yard. load I 12.3 ((90)) Up To $600.'
RENT OR SALK 38-138 ybu ,carf pay For key see! NJiss back yard. Part time one new some slightly\ damaged $42 Also Trash. hauled, $8 load.Call : THANKSGIVING' and CHRIST! '
FOR 20 ACRE TRACT road E-Z
Alice Dehon, 224 .Scmipole St. or two hour. a day. $80-$100) a prices on these Hems are very 287-1700 tf ((78)) MAS) Be thankful that you: paved : Monthly Payments
RANTED TRENT 40-140JTELP phone JorappQIJ\n1ttlt., 11.26 (U.5)LARGEf ) Income.. Complete I Call 287.4465, or contact found this lovely 3-bedroom, 2-j I good drainage. $495.00 per
WANTED 43-143 farm Set and supervised. 's Mobile Home Sales, 800 S. FOR Sale: Refrigerator 15 box) ,hath Jiomc' lo fcnjoyor the Holiday acre. 10 acre tract close in, pine '58 CHRYSIER{ Imperial,
up
for 60)-pound freezer. Very good! .., and palmetto $695.(00; M P. Nelson
CBS Season Included these
efficiency rent are I
Wanted 48-148ftnfllncM will Everla Stuart Florida. :
4.1)
Employment a day operate : Highway\ I .Southampton l lit.
conditIOn. $50. W. T. Seagate Realtor, 32.5' E. Ocean Blvd..
Included. Bishop
Utilities artj linens fipe features to suit the discnm
market. Terms Get the II 26
Opportunities 80-150 Seasonal ,Call 287-4885 'tf (35)) ((68)( )) ..Harbor Phone 287-4229 mating buyer: large- landscaped Jot I AT 7.3566. I 11-26 ((90)) PSBW&S.. Kill Beautiful
Write P (). Box 1
today -
U LOST & FOUND S3-1S3 Attractive' Stuart. 12-) ) 8x32 Trailer in most 11-26 ((78)) I I 110x125 ft. in Stuarts finest resttlentml iI i- I .JiI all white orlg %-T green 81-.
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SCHOOLS 54-154 AVAlLAulLNO. desired park in area, Asking I section, many shrubs and I tenor No ruM. Like-new
NOTICES 55-1SS CBS efficiency cottage In Rio. Jb,1:4d: I $1,500) Air conditioner and] FOR Sale: :Two passenger electric citrus trees. patio, large storage I HELP WANTED 143 WW' Tire* Fart.-Air. A real
L1 SPECIAL
Modern clean, all-f IccirTc, )In quiet LOST & FOUND Call 287- golf cart, with charger In good room, many cabinet ......, and
58-158 patio awning sewipg room! !) J -ill :;"ICI'fa luxury car -.runs drives
; USED CARS condition Very reasonable! 287- i I
t neighborhood, five rpmutes from t 11 1.26 ((68]) and closets custom made drapes, like new. Only $995. .
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NEW 60-1-160 twPi1t .JUlIO 4 0 78 II 26 ((78))
CARS Stuart or Jensen Beach and1 close S
.... 19500) C E Slocum' Realtor I II II I
,BOATS & SERVICES 63-1(3 to docking>facilities. Phone( 287- LOST: A small blond female Mobile Home, 10 1963- -Cushman Eagle Motor Scooter -. 505 Colorado Ave 1 I 1-26 ((90)); Wanted' *

TRAILERS ft SERVICES 68-168Senkee 2583 after 5 ""m;, of write B. 1. Answers to name Little by 45 feet 20.foot cabana 12- Can be --- --
Abbott, Star Route, Jensen Beach: (If found please contact covered \ratio? Awning win- Reasonably priced COMMERCIAL LOT on Route I '61 RAMBLER Wagon 4-D
Offend, Mfcc. 71-171 tf ((35)) Snipes or call 546-5117 automatic heat extra large seen 2871793.at 816 Wier Street 12-3 Stuart(78) 76 near high school. 130x265. At Once: I Classic Deluxe 6-cyL! 011 V.
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PETS LIVESTOCK 73-173' offered 11.26 ( ) }, all wood paneling. inter ) asking $65.00 per foot offer I St. Stick Heater. Beautiful

PLANTS SERVICES 75-175 II FOR Rent: Two bedriXfur'l' ;; I _J_ (63)I(63)w Located! at the Anchorage! HOLLYWOOD bed, single size. wanted. M P. Nelson Realtor,, I Piano Player. Also orl(. beige finish. No rust.

For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178Wnte nished house NOTICES Park Phone for appoint Inner spring I mattress, box 325 E. Ocean Blvd.. AT 7.3'66. Chrome luggage rack Extra
<. To Buy (Mb*.) 81_181 catcd at lib East 5th Street. Avail SPFCIAL; 2874)755 days 2876576 springs 25. C. M Jerdeman Call I _1 11-26 1 ((90))) Cook and kitchen clean $1,095. '
able Dec. 10. Contact. Art Ruhn. .t..i, 5pm. I 11-26; ((68]) bIter. 6:00: p.m. 287-0904) in
J MOVING STORAGE 84114Steal OWNER offers riverfront "home helper. Apply
ke, 2H7-0676) I U-26_ ((35)) i ALCOHOLICS 11.26 ((78)) *
Estate For Sale 90-190 NICE I two bedroom furnished : meets at 8:30: p.m. every condition Aluminum 4wnmIP' "' distance to shopping center Two. person.: : \ '60 CORVAIR Coup
Real' Eclat Wanted 96-196
: house just( redecorated fire.: nesday at the Community conditioned Located at An REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90V''I bedrooms, :2 baths, large enclosed tf ((14)) II (Hoists type). Floor shift

'.I,, IQM, eJI place, enclosed porch, garage carports -: Jensen Phone AT Beach 7-3332 For tf ) Marina, Rio. Call 287- '- \porch Seawall and dock. Priced __ Black body. white top. Beautiful -
Just oft East Ocean Boule before 6:00: p.m., 2a7- Ofi) to sell Box 1365, Stuart or 2871685 '
blue ft while sinaI I In-
.
; ):OR. ,RENT 35STORES vard. Phone 287-2648 after 500; FOR Individual care and in". I 11.26 ((68);) FOR Sale Beautiful lots on paved tf ((90)))
tenor Radio. $795. $195.
in View
street Sea Terrace
Satur. .
weekdays anytimd i HELPWANTED!
L -- pm. '
child! __
lion bring your to t___ L
days Sundays 11-26 ((35)) directly behind All Saints' Episcopal FISHERMAN'S DREAM These down $34. mo
and offices downtownor school. Air
Jchang's nursery OOERED, Mke.: 71 Church, Jensen Beach, only waterfront lots are for you reduced I
Last Ocean Blvd. Any size. swim-I ditioned and heated Fenced MEN TO DO SHUT !METAL *
THREE bedroom cottage. $600 free title policy included to sell nowl! North River
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Write A. P. Kruegcr I 1170 E located ASSEMBLY AND' RIVETING
ming pool Week jitonth. area Centrally : See Ralph Hartman Jr. Realtor, Shores $650000 Sunset' Estates: '60 VALIANT 4-D Hamn.
Ocean Blvd. Phone 287-2420 287-4133: 11.26 (35) 287.0771.) tf ( ) SEPTlANKSERV.ICE. t'
son ( ) 100 East O'ICeola Street, Stuart 64x250( $550000 Port Sewall
St floor MIL 25 MPG.
t tf ((35)) Septic tanks vacuum clean- Florida Phone 287-4600 tf 120x400 $1010(100) Call M !MUSTllAVF MECHANICAL slkk
','ROCKY Point One bedroom duplex THERE'S still time for fine and! resealed. Also drain fields (90) P. Nelson! Realtor, 325 E Ocean ABILITY A NU; BE WILLING Afl white. Extra nice. Was

:.TWO bedroom C.B.S. Home. All Kitchcnv ilmcttc, living, pictures of you. your D'ioi'18F' SERV- FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 ft. waterfront Blvd., AT 7-3566 11.26 ((90)) AND' ABLE 1O LEARN $795. now $695. $95 down,
electric equipped. Furnished. bath. Furnished Electric hOMo your children, your pets, y tr 2870266tf Ms High and! dry $34. mOo
No children and No pets. Call Dock space Call 287-1041 or pool your boat your garden ((71)) Sacrifice at $29 a foot: AT 72595 J"ENSENAREA. CBS; 3 bedroom AN EQU"'LOPPORTUNITY
' 287-5733. 653 Bryant Avenue, write P. O Box 177, ,Port $akrno. your wife for Christmas tf ((90)) 2 bath home. Bright breezy, EMPLOYER *
$30 'hundred with "VE small Bulldozer, Tractor,, _
.Stuart tf ((35)) for season only. No pets 12-3(35)( ) a cheerful. large rooms White terrazzo
You'll love them. Jack \ Mower and Disc. Will clear lots TWO bedroom, I iv* bath like new floors, awning windows, 59 OLDS Super 18 4-D HT.PSAB .

FURNISHED. waterfront three. MODERN, homey, clean one 97 11ahihou' c Jrive, Jupiter. ] trees Fence posts and! piling". CBS house on 2 acres high land. built-in stove and oven, refng, Phone Collect Rill... Beautiful. me-
room cottage Dock privileges bedroom furnished apartment. Ida. Telephone 7464846. .- ( ) sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT Citrus trees. Owner transferred black cypress paneling Access to btlHc pry body;white top.

:Utilities Included. $125 per month Electric kitchen Fireplace i ; Twin Ir-/:: : ,;J L tf ((71) Call.!!. 287-1308( evenings 12-10(90)( ) river and dock. Not just an ordinary For Appointment Orig Immaculate red. white
beds Seasonal $600 ((5 months) or
Fort Salerno. Phone 287-3252 annually $85 par month Rio. 287533 USED (CARS a TRUCKS COOK.E Septic Tank Service FOUR bedroom svatertront borne. G Lueder .Realtor. 729 condldoa. $995.
Cleaning and repairing. Also Will trade for
land.
Write
tf or 287-0997 1IC6: ((35)) L vacant 287-5303
(W) Colorado Ave, Stuart. I II 26 ((90))
___f_?_ I fields! repaired and .re-laid! Box 23. Stuart Fla. tf (90) ------ .* A
PLUSH STORE SPACE FOR FOR rent: One bedroom homecompletely MUST SELLj 1963 4-door \ AT 7-0651 AT 7-9862 tf(71( ]) .x::= ._ a 12-3
4 RENT Arthur Dehon BldgFound I : fuwshcd, in Palm ac Calalina Metallic Blue ;THREE 'bedroom home. Jensen FOR RENT 135 ((143)) '59 PLYMOUTH 2.D Wag-

be Ic.cted City lights\ and water Included tomatic transmission power ALIGNMENT TIRE ,Beach-Skyline Drive area. 90< Small V". Econ t-bar. .
a good centrally on.
,,store to space for successful Call 2872137. ,11.26 ((3V) Ing and brakes. Radio healer BALANCING with Bear Equip by 150 lot. Will trade $4,600 equity __ __ ..LI:.. curb. Automatic drive. PSABOn
\ air Owner will trained mechanics will for land. lots
conditioning by pay etc. No cash FOR RENT 135
rummage sales for various civic I ... tII l l cept reasonable offer itself m tire i wear, We have the needed Take over payments Call oWl1ft'. Orls white top
*ml church groups; this thouldbe FOR RENT' OR SALE 38 U-26 ( ) and! men. Your friend 2874)914 tf (90)LOT .--- bin. metallic body. No mi
location
.*.flood Aign.al A good .L.--__ ..ell Dodge' dealer Ul-MER MO Good tires. Only 38000
far your shop or More with new II'WIIIL 1957 Pontiuc. 4.door'scdun. or Dial! AT 7-335S.tf ((71)) Plot 4. Block I 118 I Section uln Extra flcan.
irferchandiiM( and good services TWO BEDROOM 1OUSR| ST and healer New battery. S 4, Poinciana Gardens Comet. EDGEVATERAPART\ ,Only
,located where customers LUCE BLOCKS, ,CALL 2873649 .. Call $795. $195 down $34. 11I0.'it .
etna-ally : new whitewall tire Household goods aitomobiles. *- Best offer Write Box V, c/o Stuart -
can ttpd yt>". AT A RENTAL tf ((381 3377 11.26 ( ) boats anything Sec: News. I 23(9fIOR ) UNT: ,*
RVVTB YOU CAN PAY Keys with low as $).00. Large. new $ .
MIM 'c\lko't Dehon 224 ,Seminole FOR Rent or Suje l'wobedroofll TRUCK for sep: 1959 F-IOO buildings. Golden Gale Stor- Sale: 380' commercial water.front 54 CADILLAC FJDoradoCourt.

EL'.f phone. 1 11.26 ((15)JITICIENCY. ) CBS house l In ,Hibiscus PaiL nit cylinder. Vi ton AIA three miles South of property with a 28 by 40- ON PSBttAS. RAIL

,Call 2873538. W.).. Weiw Real. truck $795 A-l Condition. 2871202. ,tf ((71))) ,footbuilding i (toilet, shower and THE ST Single carts' A Jrl-Miick
: Adults only Ulil- ,UT. 12-3 ((38)) Liek:f at Western| Auto. 11-26 ( ) office "space) On the St. Lucie LUCIE Bnutafvl
kits and linens furnished. Month' $CONSIN', Brlggs Stratton, River P. O Box 1906.\ Stuart. beauty. nt t
APARTMENT : Two beJ. Sale t
cc.season. 287-1950 after '.((10 }rpfjlent JflR : Clinton and Lausoa AIR tf (90) ATLANTIC COXTRTAPARTMENTS Mi : *> ew $95.
) l tf (35) rooms, newly' decorated and new be seen behind Town ENGINES in stock and !shies ..... N. ml body
:. furniture. Fully furnished convert. Restaurant. I II.26 ( and men who know how t& Til REE bedroom home North S.ao.I ,Wed grasads or ....pm. Coot gm mO.

-,.$. lent to shopping stores and water them. ULMER MOTORS River Snores. Pool Large I lot well Parkbg ,Lob lost Dock.SkufrUhMri. MTO. .ly $595. No 'm.,
From now to 31st January Also -'r cal Opal condition Sedan$JlJO.Good) Phone me '" Dial AT 73355. Your Friend: !- bndscaped., Quick possession canU7..t1l4J ,na StA. T OCRA. *fLOIUDA.Ot1.EYAJlDTTART. TV o.4 Urn.. '34. ...
for sale inquire Box 67
Duplex ) 287-3279
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Dodge Dealer (71)
Port Salerno, or phone 287-0412. 4138. 12-3 ( ) .0..0: 4V AP4Cr1TI eawsisUi'PTLUoAD Week -Month Year it *

Stuart If ((38)I ) fovi Cadillac Coupe tie, Ville. Tile and Marble.W. FOR Sale Furnished duplexJensen. CwCTI .
614 ST.1UC'IE CRESCF.NSTUART :
One aide rented "* U'roL"'Iwe' \ %
power Very clean $1.043 II Wagner Co.. AT 7-48SO permanently ...uo"...ue KATMwtkl -0
AT 7-1696. _It (71)) other for season Good V FLORIDATtfepkooet lIT. PBWAS. AI wbita.BcavtifMl .
I If IP WANTED: 43WAnREVi ephone 287-0075) I 11 26 ( ) 1.0.1'110.
Income Reasonable price. Phone ......, er Y..... .. 287-981 ad-lmtMr rH a*>4
JJ __ : GaIts {'rafh, Stray Stuart 287-2194 after 500 -
I 'Dum') -- Z : jvm. F. X. WOOD, Mastaicrrsr ...*. jMtfior.M $.595.
wanted for day or JO1TS: >tt\lCF.s: B-igs Hats Cement Patio Shop, or .rita Cbas Prjer, J340 Otter w. T. pAcrr Mgt.DseIAC.SIIS (ill) $395. N. + >*. $U
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night shift Only experiencedneed L _x L \ : 9-", dosed SunJaIt..,. -
apply In person! Poor Bob' NEW two bedrotse Undacaped
QUTBOARD MOTORS I, Hobe Sound. 546537)tf on '
Cocktail Lounge AlA Jensen kM Tile bath, large living COMPANY? l'USIA.'' MORE
Beach tf (4H ED \\. have parts for ((71)) EXPECTING
popular makes. Can test your fount $9. oo. $1000 down. .
LJ ONTJER: urn, '.OtrJCO G TO BFJJ THEM DOWN
Hawthorn Avenue. Golden
RELIABLE HANDYMAN for and condenser. Ulmer Motors, Gate
permanent employment to mair- AT 7-3353 Your Friendly! .- & LIVESTOCK; 73 M7-4678. 11-26 (90)) Can. M ..4 stop ...,wI!! Riamaable rate surf M .sMxplm' CARRINqTONCAR
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tam Real Estate and drive tractor. Dealer tf .I:> I STUART Harbor Etfatet Lot No.5. Mfpa

Write P. O Box 7 17. Port Saler. FOR SALE: t 12:!' Sale I 6-yr-oKI Reg. Angus Highway No. 76 100x125 Vatrrfrom CALL .MARIE *<**. *UNACER CO.

no Florida! Plcase-"No Boozer. BOAT 10 horsepower Bull $:SOc 3-3-vr.old Brah- S2,VX). .Lou Sockets : N.w Atafoale for \'... Sterpkf C_ nt

I 12-3 ("J) SON MOTOR Sits), Bulls. $600; 3-You | Com 4940 N E. 27 Terr. Pompano Niagara Qdo-MaMig Vales la Ossr ...8iSouthwind AlA OLD DIXIE l1WYatIN1MANToWN
rclal Cows. $4875. I 16- -mo.- Beach. Fla. 399-0204. '
DW AThntii: 74550and !S1ALL Combo or Accordion play.. EVENINGS; IV-26 ( Calves $640;; 1.-8.yrt>U Mar tf (90) HO.lurrrau .
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.. \ 1 I Call er wanted for New Year I 1.26(43)C( ) FOR; SALE: Complete )JiM hone wsatkfleV$3X% I 1- FOR Sale- Beautiful MO-foc bulk- ..... 74*. 771Opw
ask' for theIr 287-0360 Marine Supplies, Marine Squeeze Pen $". 1-500- headed lot fronting on Saint Lu- TTLEnKiNEi
I WAITRESS STEADY WORK. Marine Hardware-everthing Moieties Tank and Trough CM River in Gull Harbor Edward US. NO. I STUART 27.1773vials. w Sdayi

Ir\<' PONV ELL'S RESTAURANT. your boat. Whisks: Boat W I <0 Hill sell an for $6,400. Call Mapp. Realtor, Phone 2870781. ..-.. IIUIGoD

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SERVICES OFFTJIED Mtac. 171 REAL ESTATE A/w. Drew W. King Jr. Aids ': ,, :
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LAW'SMOVING $$10.00 DOWN I -_ ___ ___ I "I.... n....., Uf .. I
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Balance hi 10 )ear at 4% I REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE 19(1( 11 Southeast Region l 1t tlw Oral Deal :
& STORAGE I 5ne: I -
$3 000 Adults Section ol the Alexander _
Trast on Road -.I'" Graham Bell AwociAiion for the: I aura. eK ,
500 S. FLAGLER STUART +
1-10 Acre Tract */*> AAA Deaf
Local and long distance mor.Inc. Objective the said of this
660 llwy.DUUU .
ft From
Packing crating and ship. I iti.ilU. voluntary !service organiutmu 1s q.y1 4 .l .
pine. MIPS BY REQUEST I to encourage, help and inspire all ., rsss
concerned with d*at sass, that
WAREHOUSE STORAGE G. C. 'Vhisnantall deaf children and! adults may improve 9a vlk

Ph. 287087Stf S. 4th Street, Ft Pierce their educational, vocaiioap .
mi It,I,* nni, al and! xtunitics |In IN 4
hearing world further cultivation a /

-.7a-,T-, -IK'{ ''7saN5--- -- -- -- -- Bf / P. Nelson. and of residual:the: speech hearing., tpcech-reoduig a'..:._.tl.'ift K. '., t .

FOR SALE, MKcelbneou 178 New 2 Bedroom EdjLOr & Publisher Outstanding" i indivklualt who :','J'IiCt' : ; t

have succeeded in their various ,1';.,. '
-.Knakmr; JL Bath Fully 'Florida Real careers, in spate of severe hearing ir
Equipped Home losses, will be available ro'C
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WE'VE COT TIlE 1 Mi North of Stuart on U,S. I fistate Trend talks, orgam/e panel discutniona 1.
and! meet: with groups who are
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Turn
raw aascw- West at Entrance to interested in the possibilities thai a. ?
North ((1Vjr of Publication) .lI. va\ 7 srl
River Shores followPresbyterian ,
exist today for the deaf of I h i 11 '

CASA RIO ( location Church clearly: marked.signs toMe I, Rent or Buy country Anyone interested" in having a 1b".r r t
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Open Dully and Sunday i program which will include a sue- C ar'
BOAT MOTOR SALES, IDC. TOM SiLVFSItR: SIt A' ASK L'S Shall wtrent cewful oral deaf ..adult or who .:. .,.. .
140 Rout TOT IU. ..AT0N4 A buy a house or an apart' desires more information b 0 \paid t "
tt (ITS) 287-5487 tfl90)x"staw ( ncntf to the deaf, shJU1.tf1tacl.\ : \ fr4A :
Mr* Drew W, King Jr. Town of
; \1IIIi'I"! .'.......,.............a swrer. ....alMaiararM.M1"wesiaREAL 11Ettft I K ONE ANSVURj A Sewalls Point Jensen Beach 314)7Ihe .
ESTATE FOR SALE: 190 gentlto.n wa in our office recently next meeting of the Southeast .

., ... ,. grul aid "|I11'4 tell my Region directors will be ot .. '
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New Orleans 1961.Tabebtria
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for April.
house ,t once: to pay my hi y( ,, yyirwt'
dautptcr'a> and son't college:
eduoutivn."' I suggested that he Group II( ,,,

Choice Waterfront PropertyOwner not r'1 h into disposing! of hisprl'l'l Meets )ec. 2 at I I
j \ ( at sacrifice. price.:
Ilonert Home "
ewIlA1' AM I GOING 10 ,
Will Sacrifice/ DON bl.\I.N. We talked about The Tabebuia Group of the i 4 .Art. "

his present mortgage and, the Garden! Club of Stuart, will meetWednesday I PRESIDENT AND PAST PRlSIDIJMI i of the Sstroptimist Club Dusftori Mr. Edna Wolf; Mrs Louise Miller, prcudent, Mr, ...
apprvM; value of his house and Dec, 2. at t the home of Stuart admire the birthday cake at the tenth anniversary party Juamta Sehreckengokt, Mr*. Elaine Uasher, and Mr Zola ..
200 FT. ON ROAD ST LUCIE ; sewn S< arranges an interview of Mrs Jack Borwrt, I 10) Over held Nov, IS at the Elks Cluh lift to right are Mrs, lillian Swarthout ....
look Drive Co-hostesiet will be
I rt a \Ideal\ financial institution. It ..
Mrs Ira Saigon and Mrs K. H. .
I lurnl Mil he waa able to ro- Philhrick rr ..

With Seawall linu /his present mortgage The program. Coffee table and ....
and I"ulll r.iise several thousand advanced flower l arrangements, ..
Property has depth of 484 ft. skvlla4 jl\i< til h. learning to brighten your home." ...
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will he presented by Mrs. Fred D.

Within City Limits! of Stuart hud MOle(tArt\1& renting If this all family these year man Morris Morns a of newcomer Jensen Beach\to this. area Mrs, m, s10Mr, .o.

all Hi would! "hAve would beworHl Is a member! of the garden clubs' I j ..
'*4 rent receipt Because: of Jensen Beach and Stuart it aNew ..
Nice Rambling Frame; Home and Cottage \'IJ"chil\ed\ his home some York State accredited judge, j
yeah \". hi* equity had In. the pot president: of two gardenclubs :

Beautiful Lawns, Trees and Shrubs creayA: imd his credit: was gotxlOTHk t on flower Long Itland arrnaina.1 and hut the in1strucied J ...

HJASoNSi; There are Adult Education and Long 1 Island
many, hut how ghoul the pride Extension Service. ..
See Your Broker or Phone Ownei and *\afii>f ctiott that conic

from IwiiQ ywncrship pur- Mrs. Murray at ty. r At v
chasing: ) a. home i I. the !best in- State : .
AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232tt ve\l"tM" you Can make; it adds! Chainbir y ta ..

siiihiV| ( anj! character for you Bxecs'J11 fclin.f I If,
tt (U.I) and yiW family' '"
Florida Chamber of Commerce ( .' ..
Whether you are buying a executives held their tcnii-tnnuul 1 ) (, :
modest< > home or a mansion you "husmess meeting at the (ieOl" a : u- '
BEST BUY are' I1t u ing an important in. Washington Hotel In JacksonvilleNov \ \ j
ve5t"tlll" lb. '
COMMERCIAL TRACT TEN HIGH WOODED ACRES The association adopted! a suggested b'Ni f
main In Jensen Beach Suitable for homes, ('01J,1; A KEAI.YOR-He reorganization than for Ine a.
on hfuhway
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is a *(\Vi.ili'"l m home proper I Florida Development CoaunlukM. -.r.
businesses. motor court* trailers, Thh .b only tract thhl l/e "" that tourist and .
recommending .
. centrally located. For immediate development or ettellcnt ties. y c our |plxsto' listings" on iivdnnrml ellurtt be kept under !. \ '..,",, ...-.....: ..
$40,000. i-'Good many h"*in future Investment. Realistically priced al the same body as separate depart
lernM. :M0\f I IV BY CHRISFMAS! ments. NEW: MF-MBtKS' of the Stuart Soroplunul Cluh who wa\; mill Mist FlUahiih! lhalman, Mr*. Irene Baker, Mrs Morgan" Binder

torn2/ BK residence in Mrs/ Rosalacn Murray of Stuart tied! at the tenth anniversary party, Nov I 18. wen left lu right: and! Mr, With. !Sollrrfield.
OUR BUT BUY BIhanly* ) Terrace Moslem .was appointed" to the Institute
-----IIOAIES--- CBS '- circular driveway Scholarship, Committee: to select Charter Members Recognized at I Elk Club I Hvcnt

oiiul<\). /patio lifetime roof recipient for the K'CL and ,. ..........IN.NNN/M.NIINM

TO SETTIE A NtSTATE New on the market. Completely -- Ibid, I Is eMf nice, and! offered! Florida Stale Chamber of Commerce -
scholarships presented annually
furnished ISO ft. St. Luck River Lot Two Bedroom I it a sacrifice price of $12,800.I () to Florida staff members Soroptimists Celebrated Tenth Birthday
2V4 Baths Living Room Florida Room Spacious Five fiViiulreJ cash: down will for study al the Umversay, of ..
MUhtn Utility Room large enough for Bedroom Circular I buy/ Cxorgia I in June' Mrs. Murray wasawarded -

Drive-Beautiful Rotal Palms-Total 5OOO-F.urllenf Terms. Pool, IIOMF. 2 BR, 2 bath the Stale C'hamner't scholarship The Ella Club was the scene and Mrs. IJIIian llansen.Mr chartered: thing IB this area; project for re-
RIVER WATERFRONT 1 1.000> rout 1 we to appreciate this in 1961 Wednesday evening Nov. I'. of *. tides( IXirkee senior governor I. Brian rririer representingthe bred" and handicapped persons;
500 FT. BEAUTIFUL I INDIAN West Coast' executive met also the tenth anniversary birthday panty of the Southern Region gavethe Martin County Historical I Society. !! and a small auditorium setting up
ft deep Ready for Subdividing has beautiful Two Bedroom attract! borne Reduced from with I t Fred Brinkman, executive of the ioroptmiiM"" Club of Stuart I necrologyThe spoke on the work of Val to Sot. perhaps adjacent k) the,
Two Bath I Home with large Florida Room Two CuGarage 521,{"JI1 to $17.54
Tool House" Fruit Tree* -. Home b heated and T-.ftflt\iT- :' HOME New to seek information Chairman of the birthday" din this past year was .presentedto Ing the House of Refuge Museum. Following ('''''ar'* speech, Mr.
Alr-Condbioned Truly fine buy for ONLY $75,000. twe bcelixxxn wa bargainat regarding affiliating with t h a I ner was Mr. Zola Swanhout and I\\ Mr. Fern ('hallos, who was the Hoar then spoke on the historyof Ruth I Ml. ikisesl: the evening with
I S l 11. OO. M closing:" cost group, as part of their continuing matter of ceremonies was Mr, winner for the second consecutive this area saying that he believe her film of the dedication. of the
NORTH RIVER SHORES BEAUTY Wide Sweeping Dwlpi studies for promoting. the now Marjorie Silver of the Fort Pierce I I yew, tlrt. Helen Hewer pre the river traffic from Tllunvllle lliHM of Refuge Museum" and the
on well landscaped Lot Thin Home b so well equipped with I easy ttfAnihly paymenlv four-bned U S. I route In Florida I caled the award Mr. Jackie Dick; :, w Jupiter Island Influenced this llUott/ Museum.
cluhIhe
the EXTRAS water softener laundry hurricane awnings --- invocation was given by I Fort Pierce: !Southern Regionbmrd d 4,: arts more than the Spanish/ eplor
I CLASSIFIED BARGAIN Mrs 2.lla. Adam member, Ih Clear said. he feels thai lona
Florida Room 12 27 Two Bedroom Two Baths M. P. NELSON president of presented rr* V. Reed Jr,.
Room Spaclm KJlchnt what. Wall Ov : There it no charge: for regular I the Soroptimiti! Club of the Palm wimtan of the year award to Mr. &than UuilnsoA'i comments /had Joseph
Large .1,11I1 REALTOR classifieds. in the tree fr.--if I Besche I Edna Wolf much more to do" with starting Arrived at Isle
Total ONLY 19000. they run first al the regular alt Special music was provided by Mrs D* *orl received the award she wk"I'a.i. of North Jlorkla
SEE A.--lat. in The Stuart New What a bar, 1 1I Edwin. DasvHi' accompanied a I ''III I I"1A' but did. nut receive her I .In commenting' on antiques : Joseph Vernrr Aeeel It. accompanied
M. R. fRMmt) N>| gain! he[ piano by Mr*. Margaret Dcel- I I plaque Mr*. Intone. Stoles and I Clear" wad he .believe that junk by hit wife and daughter
NORTH RIVER SHORES I ( MM I _H. :;r, Miss Martha Burdine was accompamtl Mrs. Swarthout presented it to 'live on to become aiKwues i the Serene. and Elmers, jirrivctl *,
RIVER FOREST 325 Fv kMH 11.41.. AT 7..15" I Three-fifths or American: families I II for the group singing. I her at this lime gunsl things are used daily wort) itwtr! winter home on lupiwr l I..
NORTH II."/ "" I own their homes Recognition wa made of the New member Initiated! out and dill(.,1Ied.I. lan.1 Nov 25 The Bead. family
RIVER RIDGE --- --- I charter member by Mr*. CdwinDasMiri. r.I.1" l Br kk. I 'It'l In. speaking' of the House of will move Into (their. oc..nfmnCtuInt.
of president and past I I were: Miss Iliiaheth I h.l... ., Refuge Museum, he said! thai for Vyomwiing. '
Stuart's leading Waterfront CctBmuaitlrt Ask' Us! Yol/lIJe/ Glad Yon Did presulritu I by Mr. Lillian Cahtmr, Mr. I Irena Baker, Mr. Margaret the I first two year there were no Mr Reed will be taking I ,.-
II I pr l reidni of the Fret Pierce Club.Charter Rimlrr, and Mr. Edith !Vtlerfwltl; lights, water or e telephone there. cation from New York politic,
member present were: Minor, project of the club were Clear ckweel his. speech. which, where lit. I k she Republican; dHWIrtel
Mr*. France Keiih Mr. DunMhyIUr told/ by Mr*. Taster Martin Raw will/ .be ptiblMheU In detail' incoming I leader In Manhattan' Eighth"
ARBOGASTAND bon O'ellgRFALToRand ta*. Mr Sue Mr* f sell, governs of the Southern Ke \ ,issue of The Newt, !by Assembly Disirlet known a* the
C. B. Ruth lUO. Mr*. Zola. 'f'r .i.. gags_when t Ihe Stuart club_ wti outlining several .thing lie feel" l "Silk Stocking" District Hi lfrluwy -
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would' he for IheSuroptimisi
r __. .-...... god projals| ) turned out the largest Re-
Club ,In the future.
publican vote In New York City,
ASSOCIATES: \g0 t"....... Ace, (crew from 11 Natiatuj. Bank) REAL KSTATK fOR 5.\1.F. 199 election of a statue of Jonathan and returned. to office three as*
REALTOR AT 1.25M-AT 74210-AT 7-41II J t..4 11& 11 Dukimim at I the JunclMXt of Slate "\ tnibJymcA, and one congressmen
KoaJ 1u7 and L S > a Me ofI 99 all .publican' .
252 EAST OSCFOLA AVE.NUE, STUART 2S74440 1K>\ UkULY or kWI WILLIVH1it.t I who-knowvwrul' about erte.all". '"d ..
IItI5M, IIHI I I
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alt. and rlra. T"",," .
C. O. RAINEY- Realtor


i Big Family Bargain -$12$ 00,00I
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: I RESIDENTIAL II SPECIAL J I INVESTMENTS I III k4nwm. ] ...... *. KM btarl! bws. ....... M .4 a .IM.M .

1Exceptional* dews. ..,.....
II I. ATTRACTS r WATERFRO.VT HOME 1. JEAU f\'L WATERFRf'T 110\11. I. ATTRACmE IKH1E and OLTULX.

, J Be 1 ..... F.fl DkaitHI( Room, IS PORT SFWALL lf tHigh 4r 2 sVd ...* CIS-frlwVta rmw tf S 22

tarp |Jskt sad ...a, Rasa-Sa! *. west .*. IsrlMi' hmd. Dssptrv. CasWortaM Relish *jsart.r* -. Buy $$13,500.00
beach Fkuorhsc ass kotk tUra Hard -tan, n a< lri. el) f
wall.. awl sandy ..,.. Pnwekd Mrbm. n '....... .Lot for npWMtssv-AI. |W, 5...sl, e I Ik
ra..1t'f4..;. P rtet $11.soo.8O. CB1. J brge kweVsMts,, 2 IK baths ..... .***. rmw.
lbw. ..........7 hslkheaded. USs# shr. fry fi..achgmoders .
2. IIOBE HEIGHTS 2 Reb.asa Irmu* flMr*. turf rt, .let u If J. ferns k ., ': '
$111,100.. asks. rs4 Mmlft Loa t*' 9 beatronai '
faclkisrrPik.
X COTTACC (lJ)" Y-a.*..* Howe. N .y'r
PARK-2; 6eoMs w IWnr -2H IstnW t task a\fX'. aW dkr .
CO(01NUf 4 CamsRakM .
3. twkssasasg Peal, I aP
facatf V.M Rasa W 1W 130ft' l ksf ...... .brgr F1mrV raw ....... aNdmsi I. aAeq.ea.p ..... .. '

-FinBM Bay at 117.5".tQ n. Cam* !!..*. .... MW VI hTMory, 1w ,.... f'du4 M'4.. M $54,140.1 TAYLORASHLEYREAL : \JY'\ :

me. etfenee frtwt BssAs *mdb+ EJerl.N .. .. ,
X MOTtL k* rar VHy hra.shed P '
RENTALS -- Uy .. 9MjM..... ......... "' ......... ,- "
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J. TreOrr, 2 Belr. sm "!:..- 2. It ACRE: TRACT PrIce kfotA *4 I2JMM.. i, pA .t M'.Jt f '. ..J. A
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Barbara Whitehead AftnociatcM ;
THE WOM4V of Use tear award ass prtxnied to 1'". E4n
SOl COLORADO) A>'EM.T nflL DORLttN -101 se\IO' DIAL 4'11iaa '..2262STUAIt1' CDLQtUOO AYE. 1Ik1 & AT %244t) Wolf right by lire K.<" Dick* Purl y'krcel Southern Ic gMm

pwIDA Aaaeehk, IfQfII1I MU I 11-se dIM. Board memder af th* SoroptimW Ctuft' tenth birthday cekbr" .*.

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of fall shades of ballerina.length skirts! Accessor- BISQ'Y BEEF can I
fall leaves and foliage lee were matching shoes and short 40.01 Pkg. S3c Good tkra Sat,No*.... Mia. II.2S-M I
pompoms banked the altar of the St Joseph white gloves. The veils of green +:.........No..,.. M11.a..... ....,!I1'1.nu.! Shank Half or
Catholic Church I in Owosso, Mich, net were held in place by large l.'I':
for the wedding of Mill Patricia green velvet bows. Gold muma and Hm PortIon 3 9 C Whole 49 C
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Lamrouex, to Robert ). ShayJik pompoms backed with gold lace ........... .. t _
and In colonial design
Saturday, Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. greens a : : lb. lb.
Parents of the couple are Mr. were their bouquets i III! PLAID
and Mrs Leslie Lamrouex, Hibiscus Patricia Fuller, flower girl, worea PLAID
Park, and Mrs. Cecilia Shay floor-length dress of gold with Q STAMPS "SUPER RIGIIr' EXTRA
short sleeves and a large R LEAN FRESHPork
dik, OWOMO, Mich. puffed STAMPS Witt This Coupo* and FurcatM ol'
Given in marriage' by her father bow in the back Her small colo
KREY
the bride wore a floor length nial bouquet was tho same u that with sat Caupoa and punaao* i49c
gown of "off white brocade of the matron- 'honor Robert KREY BROWN SALISBURY 13-oz. 49c
with small neck ending in Fuller served as ling bearer. PEAKS Hams C
a scoop GRAVY & 13-ox. .49
:
a "u" effect In the back, and John Berezny, Hint Mich I PORK .. N r MI
three-quarter-length sleeves Her served as best man; ushers were can 'd
sbolllder-length veil of silk Illusion Kenneth Lamrouex George Mar Good thru a.tN Mt,SS, Ml. |1 f5 e5
was held by a small pilTbou ehok and Steve JuricA, all/ of Ownsso .
crown covered with iced pearls Mich., and Jack Smith Dur- -
Long white gloves were worn after and Mich Bakery Features i 100 Extra Stamps With Swifts'or Morrell BrandCANNED
t rFiiis'J
Mrs. Lamrouex mother of the
the Her ceremony.bouquet was a trecforni bride, was attired in a pink silk J PARKER IRKSIILY BAKED HAM 5 lb.$3 69
cascade of white snowdrift pompoms Jersey dress with lace sleeves. Her Pound CakeGI' 49 .
I yellow sweetheart roses, flowers were dark bronze pompoms : Wllk TtU Coupon and. P...,.... at GI j
backed with white lace and greens backed with gold! lace and JANE PARKER FRESII DAILY I.! KREYSTEAKBURGERS ,;I MEDIUM QUICK FROZEN: FRESH FISH OF THE WEEK
In the center was a white orchid. greens
was Mrs.matron John-Berezny f-honor., flint Her Mich gown, sanlng The,brkle Mich.is, High a graduate School of andis Che- Cherry Pies EACH 39C IJ-oz. Can 49c jj' C toa t SHRIMP MACKEREL

was of gold velvet with a small employed in the toy departmentof ,? GWthn,5a4Nw,20. Mia It.55.M n S
neckline, long sleeves and the Yankee Store in Hint Mich Frozen Food Savings eMi DRESSED
s 8 ge
scoop lb. lb. 4 geFrozen
a full ballerina-length skirt Her The bridegroom Is a graduate of VALLEY GOLD leis! .t :!!' !: ... FILLETS I
veil of gold net was held with a Owosso Mich., High" School and
gold velvet bow. She carried a Is employed as assistant manager Drinks :;alr 10c< -
the Store in Davison,
colonial bouquet of dark bronzemums at Yankee
and pompoms backed with Mich AP FROZEN ALL VARIETIES ANN PAGE ECIALCreamy Smooth or Crunchy Sultana Brand Tomato Sauce

.so gold,Mrs Mrs lace Kenneth Dale and Fuller green Lamrouex, Qakly foliage, Mich.Owos-, W.The A Pierson.reception couple Flint.Is for residing 300 guests at 1501 was Potatoes .. ......... a 43 PEANUT BUTTER 24-oz. jar 5ge PORK & BEANS

Mrs Jack Smith Durand, Mich. held following the ceremony at I
and Miss Redelia Backus Owosso. the Eagles Club In Owosso The Health Gf Beauty Aids ANN PAGE- OUR FINEST QUALITY S
were bridesmaids Their gowns cake which centered the brides CRYSTAL BRAND
were of green velvet with small table was baked and decorated by TOMATO SOUP 3 lo-oz. cans 29c .,
scoop necklines\ long sleeves, full the brides mother Alcohol .. ...' 'J Z5 c And Many J' can 1 OC
COLGATE or CREST :.: ; ,: TUDOR BRAND-NO DEPOSIT Olfc

I National Secretaries Officers Toothpaste.............''cobs- 3ge BEER or ALE 12 12-OZ.btl.) ctn. $1.69 Libby Brand Delicious With Any Meal

Conferred Saturday, Nov. 21On TOMATO JUICEGolden

Saturday, Nov 21 at Sham. Mrs Olive McGrouty second
rock Village. Fort Pierce, the, vice president. Florida Division, It yJ
Florida Division of tho National Coral Gables' Informatively stressed Golden RipeBananas Fancy Red DeliciousApples
the abilities necked to be a
International 2 9
Association (
:Secretaries) cttllw together a meeting good leader ,: v 14-oz. can c
of alt. the officers of the chapters Mrs Catherine' Bear, secretary.
Some thirty-nine officers were In Florida Division. Bradenton, told
attendance, the Stuart Chapter being 'of the duties of the secretary She A&Ps own Bright Sail
represented by Mrs. R. C. followed by stressing. importanceof
.Lindsey, 'president the roster on membership
Mrs Virginia S. Deas, president The discussion on officers was BLEACHCOLGATE
of tho Florida Division NSA. of ended by Mrs. Mabel Dillon treasurer
St. Petersburg, gave a talk on the Florida Division Fort Pierce Ib.l0c lb.
duties of the president and what who instructed the treasurers on j jc
,Js expected of presidents. how, why, when and what forma 39c
Mrs. Anne Ramsey, first vicepcesktenn to fill\ out to make tho operationsrun jug
Florida Division ofMaittand. I smoothly
spoke on vice presidents Lunch was at tho Flamingo Club
and their duties She also included I in Fort Pierce At the afternoon Fresh Long Green Tender Crook Neck '
session there were discussion on Sultana Freestone
talk session on parliamen
tary a She stressed that ''problems, leadership, membership,
procedure
tho vice president this year should 'I'CPS and education. Cucumbers Yel. PEACHESSuilkUlM
= Squash1b.Oc l
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,,be,preparing! herself for the future
M:rrelOLJent. Arts
Lively .

:Club Organized Recently PBX II Group Met can 29c


Arts Club mot FrIday .
The Uvely
An organization meeting for a I Nov. 20 at the home of Mrs. SuilkUlMKRISPY' Ann Peach
for private tho Stuart Branch Fort Exchange Pierce Club and John McQuigg.i North members River 1 and Ol\(1i.UtS ...... 'Bo 2ge ,Say. Only PlalPSfamps Page Pineapple or ApricotPRESERVES

Vero Beach area was held recently) Shores. Twenty-four attended. Betty Crocket 1-tts. 2-oc. : .c
two guests fin.co..farts
In MelbournOThe Southern Com Bell I Mrs William Walters Mrs. L. LA*'KR \ MIXLS pkfr 41 e ,w creme .n.snte a PlUm IN THIS
Telegraph I A. ArbogaM and Mrs. George Wait
Peyllasebat short resumes of three current PUMniry w -I np AD GOOD THRU
The International PBX Clubs gave Broadway plays Mrs W Ira BVLLARDS BISCUIT .. -". lUt 1 e 5.\T. NOV. 21 5 5c111ONNALIE
are the third largest women's or-I Williams and, Mrs. Hugh Willoughby 2 lb Jar
nnization In tho world with over I Jr, to the Shakespeare Knit
6,000 members throughout the Quadrennial" Mrs. WUkmgh- .. Qt JYe 63c
United States, Canada! and Hawaii; by read five .
there are nine chapters in Florida.l I Mrs. Elizabeth Untelnwourrenil -
Elected as president was Mrs. a limerick: contest. aa a part of OIL MONTE'
Louise Kara, and Mrs Virginia: the January meeting. FLOUR UPTETEA TEAB PUDDINGS Instant: Coffee
Surcsca. secretary, both of Port There now more than 300. Pineapple Juice I I I GS I
Lucle.
St.An liwttflatSon l banquet for the i 000 automobiles in Yugoslavia! in '1" 14H a.CAN ... 59c I$1.85e p&A'6ge Cfc.e, ,-.. 2 4427e lJ.e. $145
new officers: will be announced: contrast to only VO.OU au years 43' l BIll a --. ( -". Jar'
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Learn ,. '..." "" .... .. .....
.hel'be holds bU "' -' ""' "
leaching :ct' I i THE SHARP (I H rridal) NVMS ihonAiy, November> 26,19iW 1-CAIR1tAN
About DCT Then Use It tificae.A: ,. l'i"o.. ., "t, #.t
native ot Saratoga t Springs ,,' ..", :." ''.'I 't. '1
JONKS; IN
N Y. Norton was educated *t ,".'.'' -\ Air Pore Tactical Air Command
.'
Owen Mountain Junior ".._.'",' MIVvOLRI EXIJI'lsI!' : TAC fof.
College ( ) eg reonndy engaged in
MCSH Co-ordinator's Advice Poultney. \1.I before seeing active to..f'" ,..",... lI;'t',:"',J',.. Airman !Second C'INHH ('a rl I F. exoro* Gold Fir I in the Ozark

Ifs duty War in II the In Air North force Africa during he Nor was \ :- :';" ., .;;:. !\ '. Josses "Mn of Mrs Ruby l. !Nettles soak MounlauM of south-central Mis I

chief clerk to the base chict t of Host. Snmd. and .1 i graduate .
_. .. pilot Airman lone,
a personnel flight
By BUANY ABBOTT aer Fvr tor of inc adult m niarunCounty of Air Transport Command/ and I )(.. of the former Stuurl I lining(

Edgar F (Ed) Norton, who be1 1 ; the last),cshool from I year Trt: the end cf (first He' Mtraewu will shortly ot I a resume flight squadron training. 41 .,," ." ""t School-.,.-m. a member- .ol- the t'' S.. equipment Homestead. s specialist APB, assigned. 1 to
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a m e Diversified Co-operative as a civilian pi ,,,.) '
The DCT designed >>
plan is specifically -
,
raining coordinator at Martin for students in their last After the war he attended Skid- .s 'f' :trt.... ,' ', '. :. : I ;:
'ounty Senior High in September, I t two run> of high school Students more College at Saratoga: Spring \.. .' 'IC .... s '
ok
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having problems I a attend regular academic classesm receiving a B S in business .administration w

So The Stuart News, interestedthe the morning (including English, and economic! He lute r +. e3
received M.S. from thc 1t
an
degree New ;
history. science, as well as coursesrelated for
welfare of I '
its community :I to their job training). In York University School ol Retail. >r1' '

H Here promised are! Ed to. help.problem. In the I| the afternoon they report to their ingHe has ,: i sign .? ,
I subsequently .
.
the acquire
training centers co-operating
Jew months he has been at the 'I business, experience in his .' ,
:
own
hoot, he has had more demandsWATER businesses 0 f tho community, ; -" :t
restaurant! the '
where, under continuing supervision on Skidmorc Co- ';'i "" ""
they are trainee! for one Icge campus, as assistant bu\cr in complete
of a number of jobs. the purchasing department of theO r, JOHXSON
--I .-operated Knolls Atomic Powcr '"
The OC'f MCSH one stop
program at "z-. "
ose' Laboratory, Schenecl.uh! N.Y.; ": ,
0 closely! parallels three distinct cooperative I
J I
in virtually all jobs up to staff atesistant ..,
education!" plans available ,, cn
to the vice 1 ; R AI ESTATE
(
pre'lilentI r-
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to students in the larger population lions '" ::
areas_of the .Male.Phase ..,,, .) mu'or\\oodwurd 1 de P uruncnt and",,orC lx>lh m- ...., :< I ; lp p
I, Distributive Education n I 4.2
U'ashington
D C.; as a new amused x: I
DE
( ) relates all functions of the
,
distribution of merchandise car salesman and manager of ,>,). ..I, lat
process
from the tune leaves, the foreign cars division of one :
a product
r Ao IDGAR: F. (Id) NORTON the production line at the factory of the ten largest Chevrolet agen : Sort+ice ,
4
.
,lie,r cies in the country, Lust me Chev 1.1
until it reaches the hands of the ,(
for DCT students than he can fulfill ultimate roM of atsvillc.: ( Md. as division i. 11111 f1 Developer of
O. consumer This would include s
HAVE LOTS (The demands, of course, have (ales manager of Roosevelt '
shipping warehousing! re : ,\ : .
Automobile .
Company, I Inc. Washington LIGHTHOUSE POINT
from local
come entirety employers ceiving. checking and marking,
HOT who know what the DCT program merchandising, !selling, and delivery : D. C., import distributorof lllh Martin (comfy courthouse is one of four more \buildings Ijill Murkla'i must outstanding
Is) On the other hand! Norton has to mention only a few of the ilstant Fiats:sales and Jaguars/ and f as as- in this area now design.tied as fallout shelters Here a sign in L waterfront rommimlrr ,
been somewhat disappointed at thecomparatively many areas involved Pate Chevrolet manager alto o Harry. dicutmg this fact i is erected by Tlwmas Taylor of the ( pipe of
few persons in our Phase! II, Co-operative Business in Washington.Nortons Engineers, Jacksonvillo/

area who have the faintest i idea of Education (CBS)) emphasises on- major interest. apart _, R Vo
end of from hit and -- -- ----
precious peace job flying include ---- --- OHtfSOMSUfcArfcS
.4 what DCT means, let alone what the-job training in general office -- -
4' mind" too, with a the program docsConsequently procedures bookkeeping, typing, coin-collecting and the study of XIUM: : BO,VISA IIISIORICAL 1100K"Carpetbag

| super-fast super-safe a series, The to acquaint News ill the inaugurating "shorthand Phase III and, DCT ftccertanal in the duties large, real He eMale is a life member of Rising fishing or duck. hunting bout : Rule in tlurl.m;' Ijil ? c/ + .

flamelessELECTRIC Martin County public with this metropolitan centers refers to I>tU- Sun Lodge/ No 101. F&AM, Sarutoga powered by a 10 h.p motor! or written by John Wallace 188, kRJAL.ES.I
useful phase of the work. of dcnt-training i n vocational arts, Springs, and a member of i smaller. need not be: registered l ) in in
our very high school. which would include the work of St Johns Lodge No :22. FA AM. Florida F Pleasure bowls powered has been reprinted by the University J I HRM IHXKtL BUILDING, MUARTU.
mechanics and St. John of Florida. I'resi. ofht.lv.
auto carpenters electricians Chapter No 101, by machinery of more than 10 as one
The DCT program at MCSHIs plumbers, radio-TV re- RAM, both in Greenfield Center, hp must!1 be registered by .: Qtmdi Icenteiwiml Idilions I S. IUC.IIUA\ No. I 287-JJ66
one facet of a state-wide cooperative your
.
sheet-metal workers and N Y
pairmen county tat collector: of a reprint scrims,
education curriculum. The
WATER printers, to name but a few Subsequent" articles in thin series
general plan is to encourage students The students receive will deal with members" of the OCT --- ---- -- ----------- -. -- ---- .-- -- --- - ..-----------
mil only
to coordinate their training claw : ____ u _.___ ___ :.
academic credit for the course, at Martin County High and
HEATERNow to include both academic and but also earn money while in training heir work.
practical work. .
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The program was started here The program provides the student
Cheaper Than Ever by Bernard Palmer, I9J4-36, and with a well; -rounded; education t ,
to GO ALL ELECTRIC I continued by Edwin Wesley, 1936- and, at the same time starts him RIO NEWS
...than to use It In combination 57, and E. B. Horton (now direc- or her on a possible career beforehe
1,j with flame-type fuels leaves school One of its most !MRS. C. B. IIEA&LLYCormpondcHl ;
See your appliance deals BARBARA ANN LTNDSEY important advantages is that i it
plumbing or electrical contractor helps the student through the oft th4Jnr'
SECRETARIALSERVICE en difficult transition period Immediately AT 7.0887 '
FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT CO. following high school -
-
Htlflng tutariorUt s? graduation
a 287-4637 An important adjunct to the
DCT program at MCSH is t the Civic Club'sNew
local: DCT Club, an integral partof r
the course emphasizing the
social i ; socf community life. Officers
As members the Co-operative I
Clubs: of Florida, local students attend Rio Civic Hub will have its
'I slate! conventions and compete installation of officers Thursday,
,
with members of other clubs
Dec.. 3. at the regular meeting
The highlight of the club: year Mrs Henry Spencer will be in- ,, alwtsrsla.rriiIt
''_ is the employer-employe banquet, Mailed a. president, AI Walker,
scheduled in late spring. vice Gerald t
ON 1N15 : president; tmtugc
___ Further goals of the ocr de.partment dta
rcaHircr, and Mrs. C. B. Ileus- ,
IMPOR1AHt' at Martin County Senior icy. secretary Three-year director .
High are: is I Jack Shomcr and Tor Two .
!
I. (omplcuon of tJw )DCF area years, John koman. E;. Jenkins. :c ;
of the school, which will include
will continue a. director for two
the formal classroom, the coordi ''can. Mrs Marie Klein and Frank

'. in +tho spirit of the first Thanksgiving. nator's 2. A office stronger and bond the OCT of cooperation library. auald. Jack as Sharer directors it i for oneycir Ht
past president
...... -- and support between the school and' one-year director :.H1i
and the business. community 1'he annual I Christmas: party and ,
3. A DCT scholarship for wore 110
dinner for the club member" only'
11'e thank Thee, Lord, for Thy blessings thy students. will be held Dec It). At 7 p.m. !
4. The establishment
of
an annual
there will be a puny for children ,
upon this land. 'We ask Thy con- award to n former DCT who arc Rio residents. SunU Claus I Iii
student, who has achieved outstanding will be on hand to greet 1 Ihvni. >
tinued blessing upon our families, our success" as the direct result The club will also sponsor a

ourselves and Nation. of OCT training. Christmas lighting and display/' ,
friends, our 1964'F 1
Needless to say, when E. B. contest All Rio residents art else Thanksgiving
, Morton was promoted lust I summer giblo, to take. part. ,
to the fulltune of
post director of .
; Give thanks in the '
the county adult training program RIO CARl PARTY
!. church of the Martin County Board .1" i
your Rio card! party of Nov. 17 had "
of
Public Instruction spent a great
choice on Thanksgiving deal of time and study in securing fourteen tables in play Mrs ur more than three Ilulldred and forty years, eve Americans

Day! Horton.a suitable replacement lor I I Gee the door a Martin prl/e.was the winner of have set: aside one day each year to give thanks for tho

In Ed Norton (there was no etc- Table prim were won by Mrs
health friends
good things enjoy families
i i liberate attempt to initiate a comedy i I Edith Se'gcrstrwm. Mrs, Seymour we our ,

l Y team, Horton and Norton), I (iidcon. Mrs. Ethel Nodine' 'Mrs, our country and our nay of[ life.Ve, your neighbors
they to have made a fine I Clifford I Frail' Mrs Freda
: CASA o choice appear, for Norton' qualification Schlimm' Mrs Catherine: Angell, in the Hank of Stuart family also give thanks for the continue
tl j MIM' Christine Kerr Mrs IXHIin -
are extremely suitable. I .
He came here from Fort Laude ..* Sonntag. Afire Maude Maine, ed confidence you have: expressed in UN und the "

erdalc/ where ha was "business and Mrs. S. J. Kohlman, Mrs August'
LUMBER contribution made
I CO. office manager for Lauderdale I Markus, Mrs James tiosncy, Mrs. you have: to our steady growth

fiOOE.7tb.SH. AT 7-0339 o Millwork Corporation, but he has Charles Conrad, and Mrs. Ine und success. 'I'hank you again.'DriveIn .
a background which includes DCT Klllller. ,
f'' nstruetion I in New York Male, I Mrs.. Charles Babcock. was hoMess. -
_ -.! _. ---- She was assisted by Mrs. Jack
Shomer' Mrs. Ctcorg* Dower and ,1st, ,
Mrs.. George Curran. Nut l party .. '" .
will be Tuesday, Dec. 1 at I p,m.PtJtSONALS .

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; \ ,I''''1''' 1"4'1. .
*; Mr and) Mn. August Markus 0
i ( ._iIf. ,,'
of St. LUCK Boulevard, have returned 4
.. f'1* after spending in/ sum i :ir"( Window/ ;
merle 1 Detroit It : .
.1f
Mr. and Mrs. P. Kmuiierry of 't hen lJOU: ;" f'J,' ; .

Sued Ontario CamuU. are "'1 t" T .
spending two weeks with Mrs "
: "'
ri STOREWIDE SAVINGS ;a ::ndnter Mrs' aunt Chwlcs and)Babcock uncle Mr of, /" ,. ,.01 df l 1 INK l KMT MIII o* n'.ro"fU

River ROM!. ,. r ':" -". R ..\IIMOK I ONE YEAR
.
ON \\' .Im' t"" .. .
Mr and Mrs Cecil Kindif of ;.:' : ,
,.
South Iknd, ImL, are renuimg oo ? ft P r'' .

; Alice: Avenue, where they recently .. i{'H'' .. \ ,,
CHRISTMAS GIFTSFOR I purchased a horn, 'they arc h +' J 'SAVINGSINSL'RCDhlYIIILILDLRALDLPIflflNSURANCCEORPORATION1 I
I nut .new .In Martin County a* they S1 t f; tk > i 'v.y: .

t' have spent fifteen winter. al Jen- ',r".1iIJ',' 'f .:
,
ten Hoed.; They are both anent '" r-o 11.'U'\t..M' wrUlJt lIU.l.111J OV TILtNLtGl1'LNi' l; ,, ..
\ TUB rikhermm./ Mrs. Kliidig receivnJ' : ; '
I < ,}: 1 "';
honor for the large snout tbt / Jff ("
caught laIC ........ ",'(\ .; t, MA" f' .

! ENTIRE FAMILYShop Glenn Kjybuni has rv-entrrrd ..

Martin Memorial llupiul' M it ._,..-....,.........,... BAN I( OF .. :, ;., I


t This \Vcek.EmlVith Us For Values Galore mescal Julia K patent.ybum tt Akron, Ohm, '9::; Srl'UARi1. :r.

.bit returned hume. after spending .a(o wawaaa rota ": a .:.
J No Charge For Gift Wrapping a week .here oo account of the ."."r ,
illncs* math.. lather, ','" .
"
f Open Monday and Friday Nights Till 9 P.M.J.I ,: NO MIK.N9 OV M\|. i

I. uriling la horde, Saw but
a/* not allied to me tineaor
I Rubin'sr I ILl_, rd' Ughu en their !boat,
tuilew the craft .
happen lu be
a
f puli(. or toe boat. 931 Wed 0<...*.. 1JfJU... .rd Htuart. florid


r 117 N. 2nd ST. 464.177IT. PIERCE aaTbbcfxe, te.rvory r."pC tv ..it.. .Ugh.In..art.., ,. -

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THE STUART (Tla) NEWS Ttuintty Novembtr M, 19M A11'i1fllBdYCnntktlMd SUNDAY Ofrthined! PLAN RUMMAGE SALEA

rut! mage aide will be held
= Yells Barks Sputters Bangs
Dec. 3, 4 and S. Anyone havinurunwilfB

: COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS ..ftr:: 'l0.lar) to he picked up please


I 1, 4-wTYJ .,... (O.JJ ""TVIIa Ie, etvu4-.. \fa.. ... r 10.11 h. iI=1.'JaI..i w..*.... spnt." 0541. M... 287 AJcont 63., 2S7-2744 or Mr
.... Much Gam**. -. The place
Too ot
j -
.' $>>..rI '"...e.J d4.s. I-t00.-4 Of Suburbia Proved !
f lmtW.TV.t : .. /M.B.6A) Th. ;p.eqa\.u.Nt.. .i* fnmmk.U 1.7 Un Aq..uyirk.MrOnw) ...InIsto0.4. I the sale will be announced later

Miami t..IU .. krW t0-. ,... 1\.. 10-1I > kwnnlmnaM -, ttsat SW.. (Water' )
'I- -7Y'W.a Palia Iaeh .. *.. ail rYpoa; :;i l* fiat na. ''> -I* OMI ..*> :: .nPbtrol r: CARD CLUB C1IANGF5 TIME:
ARM>)> P.vt.11..1.p.WEDNESDAY .. .
.'W-t *y teSTIIER STOOKfcY We tow children and dots disciplined and the mowhkf tone by the light
-
t Know
.nt w Lake
THURSDAY-OmtbinediMrt 1 oai-ASat.: wI one, that is. We know of the *r'a IHI(
\. NOV. MMertrtn iRdt I 1b. ... Are you a city dweller wtw longs that l lawna must' he mowed and To *.. qmMKMW we found have changed their time of meet.

iltoth'l: .= (1..100) .-t: for She B4y! mn area known ai that a !certain amount of hammering no ainwen to we piled our few ing to Dec. 9, at 8 p.m.

(.ama a* Mraanirt) 1,00-4 11-Id %. ,...... CatteoaeI 1 Suburbia? Do you dream of the et cetera, is Decenary in the earthly poMemnoni in our old jalopy It will be held in the community

hltt-d Mtnr "k*.. *. 1..1-.."zc day when you ll have that little maintenance of a house and lawn. ww said 'GotxJbye forever" room of the First National!

1.1_..ID.MM t.lbs"Aft. B flu.a/S. 1 bud eo.n ..roMd pbI Ce in the suburb and can rev. What we cannot understand fs to Sithwbia. Bank.
.. ..tM .. Alta,.. "" 1P el in the and This will be a mixed
::==: / 11m w serenity peacefulness the indifference of parents when group and

..... 11041 Sikes S 1wl0i :A. .... of Country living with tU!l the conveniences their children! let go with bloodcurdling 011.Palm. all are invited to bring their husbands .

,e- .. MtAAaf Reapt' + JMUre. et ...... I13.011d t: \\WI = ",14 CooIVt.rfbUpldMy of the city? screams as pert of their or boy friends, also their
hp0- Mark1v.. p.o bodk'I tc.iJf&o. A..., IL'I_. ... tt.nhioo6l4 'For Lake own cards.
11tO-4 husband and I normal Screams which
year my play. a
t.b PI_ 1Cokrj generation
4110-4 )I evl.. "A B.H AdaiK" M, ytwod. Pnetato .. >>
t Mon I., Up Pront' 1it00-n/ Hi* Dfdr 1,11.4 "". shared with million of others the ago would have meant a A dessert! party will precede the

Ira0--6 Hurklvbamr. Round fat tnMrb,, ",, R.ppm. TIooe. t.\ II- ego: kt.pa : Ihi .. ; :. nowntague golden dream of liviinj In the M- fall from the neighbor's apple tree playing. Door prizes, and table

a....... >it 1 Jim'..,Poop D... I tes-4'; p 5S-1k a.im.a1 burin. Finally we made the move or the bite of a vicious dog! Park Newsby prizes will be awarded.

.,00-4-1 N... Sparta. W.....r 15tlo-II na PI-. arAil .. H.., | BW" *>a"n* but after two month of misery Why do dog owners permit their
7 Now' and WaMhar .. l/ lrK |0'4.| "......Id.
45 N. a..pt. P1 we fled for five the bark the Little Gregory Melton is
our hack to to incessantly!
pets during a
10 Maria, -no Bin Kts.l"0:10I1 la ...... .... 5.O-fd My Llvlnt Don t
i Common : H.... Wath.. R.-s11.00.d4w I....-.. .aI Homou city! night (or daytime) when it is gen- Mrs. F. P. GAINES home and doing well after a short

J'J'.i 10,IS-N.7..A., .Waatbrr Hunt Bporla MilO -:i"If..... W.. .... Sport I!: i:0Ys Intaui t5.APO.Wkft :(. ,: et th. W..k I H.. Movl. "dolomon and Bath- Our nerves are Mill shattered from erally known that dogs have a Ph. 287-5363 stay in the hospital.A .

R! 11 Nawa IIISS-.M '*!> *fel flat"Uiaote. ',So-a zoo, Plli-hop dhow. the neDdlib and wanton screaming good reason for barking and thatit
: y"nli
6 SO-4 Maw t wiu eenany Car... at00..0 Star nnd th'* Story It0*-.4 Candid Canon of
children harking should be
I Huntlwr-Brlnkla* BaaxM / >> 11 Ama*%'.. Nondwondho 4-7 Hall at Fam undisciplined ; the investigated promptly method has bc developed
II Bugarfoolt I* IA. Cran how Ji4 WMd*> Her I* Ao".7It'm: of neglected dogs; the monoid- and stopped? for stratifying water in reservoirs
L'hdenno M*** : *-4t flaihou*. NSDnrt. II Movie of lawnmowers the suburban CIVIC ASSOOA11ON I
noun does
l.l Why
I t:4S-4 .wa-Waftw OvnkW Jtt Nlirhtwnteb M '0 li 0-T-4 What'* My l.hiet sputtering power property according to mineral content This
&.7 Kawa-HnntlwBrinklaytiOO 4iOtl Movl 3.: /i.r atld 110 and the hammering buzz. owner need a power mower fora Lake Civic Association will the use of levels
The permit
I both Vall'" Ihp.i .... .... h ...,.11I N..., Wrather. Sport" Palm Park upper'
t RattMlM I r - - r Blary1t tp11.YA* Untouchable. sawing and general noise of the lawn that is not much larger than held its regular meeting for drinking. and other levels tor

i 7 Ilia Honarnioon FRIDAY TM Star IIII". II Vw* do-it-yourselfer. a postage stamp? Why should one NoV. 16 the First less critical u'cs.
T II TBA NOV. a* ...-. Pdln.w.dt I lit I..4 Movie. 'Ho ",.n Rnmemhmd"Movl Now, we are not misanthropes. of these be cranked up at 10pm. Monday night in
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A View From In. National Bank community room.
\ TiW-4 CDS Report* Brid.'
1-7 Tka Virginianllli ...terMa.t.R Oan Tn.. 10 UinnimhnbleaIrfhV A Nielsen study shows that 87 \
tr*
J. B
i : The being absent
.i : : president
.. Onla and Warrtst 4iV>* 4 DtflKmnn Nlicblwwrh i No. I cent of all American households .
IiOO- 4 Patty Duka I WiMtllnnf .. _It Movl. No. I Lechncr presided per
(lam M Monday. n.t) Panhellenic Extends Bid to buy and read at least one
10.11 Patti thjk Ahn* bower inn - - -
.... for the improvement
.
S5O4, Havorly Klllbllllaa/ itatmrla mat r... 16 Jimmy D... Chow Different phases newspaper per day.
Utorarur. In TniKrtaMnA1gMfrchif MONDAYNOV.
to. BhlnrtliIrOO II Ctamnlonuhl Howling of the park were divcussed.
.
k -I Dick Van Cyk Bkawr Continent Ciao.... 410-4 lll.fl.ld 30Mack
k .- Maria; 'Tna Itaok :;v10 "iI. ',oo-l International Rhowflm Martin County Sororities HEARING PROBLEM T
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0:00.5'4: :
I0.lt Mtoka* K *f Paradla 10.11 World of Upon.Erenlnf Two new members Mr. and Hearing .1..... Ear Level 4
tlSO--4 0m WTtllRnta Show Akw".. MM. John Gentile joined the as Cord Aid. Now and need) draalr.
; tTlrka'l .,OO- Cnntlnmtal ClaaarnomtlB
.: lOiOO 10-11, -4 On Broadmtr Law Tontikt 111'Io-0' lham:( Movl. M,Monday Weekend**_for)Tt_" ..reo. .-4 H_.. Sport., Weather -4 Runrla B.maatr. "Ruialaa Miss Ella M. Burket.. immediate ta Phi pnd corresponding secretary sociation. Refreshments were servo (.ItOt'W'"ICI'ell mnkrs) Batterlea U. IS MA.11'6. Cord.

i 1-7 10-11 El!: .Burtaa v.nth Hour law Movl, '11...*** of 1110......... .10 1 -Mow 4 Hawaiian Ky* .Lllaratur ilO-4 toll.g In Tmnalatlon"of I1.. Anlr past president of Kappa Kappa extends the invitation from ed hy Mrs. Raymond Miller. AID IIH'; Ii t:

10 rVlcnca 1'I..1! Th> .tra *oroat M....... "/'I'I1I. At I....." t Whla KW.T Tim /5-7 Cnntln.ntal/ Clauroom (Color,>)> Gamma alumna of Palm Beach West Palm Beach City Panhellcnic. The next meeting will be Dec. JOT 4lliill. A.... Ki. I'Irrns
11 77 flunurt StriplliOO IntOTnatlonal Show II Conwdy Tim invites of Martin no i-soiii:
members
1,00.-10 R.r .boorPr Hound County, 21. and all members and residents
t 4-S-7-10 Nawa, ",.'hof. bunts II Nahlri. I* Movie, "R.II. Hook and Candle 1.O -ID Npanlnh H... 'It will be a pleasure to include pkfino .not .mrnl)
a. 12 Kawi BUI HhMl"'1 ,,.s4 Uttl. tr.-II: .It New Pduntkm L .l..1.I..:: *i..8-1 M**. In Bpnnklkf County I to join the West Palm '" of the park are urged to (OPW""!I.f.t. L" Hank 1
,Ita6--1 Movla, Tha Cain' tlatinytr \ Ml-I Son.hla AlraanaaII Beach Panhellcnic Association Martin County sorority members attend
11:30-6.7 Tonight with! Evening TiO-t Hill Unnn (JI.. U. Thla Dar
Lou Crane Show ilofcnnr parrotA .iOO-J.| N..., 8 ort.o. Weather II NHrhtlir on th. Celt TonalTi ":,_ Unl'', Unllr Word The next meeting will be a fuh.ion. she said. -
I I New, Weather H-4 .I....... Claneon;. Show II Nows. W..t....
-II-Starlight Tbaatl- II Movl. "Th.' DepradoV 6., KllpperIt ,.00-, Poplin ...,...... show at Burdmes tea room on Until Nov. 18 eligibility has
: THURSDAYNOV. .10--/1 Comment Outer. LlmltaiOO I-T Today Nov. 28 at 3:30: p.m. This will bea been limited to active membership '
.iia-I Me.* Hunt -. Mr. MaiooiO Continental CluaroontII benefit for the Panhellenic Scholarship in the West Palm Beach Miss Pft 18FUI
t. I* "_.. Wther, dport. -4 (J11I1"... Inland }i... area.
II -... 0 Th. Tanan TtSO-4 New Fund. Burket presented a motion for expansion .
.I|-. H.n.lor.Brlnk"! Dyorl I On. Ml. ** Heyand" 10 Carouaul _
f Mom Ing 10-11 lawn... W.lkI Mrs. Burrows G Stevens! Pi BcTUESDAV to include Martin County
II The J.t..w 11 Movl
(San .. Monday"" aooptl) 1. too-4 Mr, Rronoway1 .,00-4 faptntn KaniarnotT on Aug. 15. The decision wasarrroved
,11-4, lun.' .. ..Math". :..t a' :=- \r.I... bronl.tti: 0. Movl., "1>001...."' Woman" Today at the annual
m.ll.. In W..n cu'i',,,.." ..7 Huntoyerlnkky. .tan/-10-11: Hollywood. "'.In,'. ":ii_II Movl -Continued College tFI\\
oRo-4 Hoots. "Allen I" Wond.rland" 11 NN.w.- 00,00-4 Uunamok .i20-It Garden Pa** Girls' Tea at Norton Art Gallery,
_" Movl. "('...hl. IMS-4 N.Wattn Cronkll
10' ,
It Ron Crhnn-Nn. 0:30-6.7 Today Show RENTALS
I AfRam .,_ ',110-4 Th. )lun._. II This Dnuty 14 ReportS 11 NawaTiOO Those who may be contacted for I HE,
( .. Monday naatH) I Mnd......"* Thantr lOt.l I.II. Make Th.t dpar S -1* Puny Company -4 Rod Skalton Hoar tickets and membership are: president
I tOO-10 Movl. -U..I Honormoon"4fW 1-7 Nub Hop Hpeclal 11,00-. t, 7. ... II H... ,,iOO-4 Movl, "The Kl.lng of lb. I Th. IlonmT JonaaIt of the West Palm Beach
Kratnrky
"-4 Movl. "Jim Thorny AllAmerican" It Highway Patrol 11 Movl Moon" City
Highway P.tralTiSO ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial
1.06-10 [op" In lootshis Panhellenic Association. Mrs.
TI00-4 Kawhlu I babble Drabs
,.. .. : -4 Juki. .laaaon; ShowS .
t Movl, "8t... In Mr Crown"B t wt.t Champlonablp Wmtllug .
Cnm* :30-} Wood, WoodpMkorEv 10.11 jonny Qneat nil*-. Moo)., "0. tom umbra"I Banj Billy Mr. Novak ( ); president

>t ::too-10.11. Farmer Y DaughteriO I 111:ftl.Other Purllirht Worlds Thantr "alO| gull iOO 10-11 4 t'nmlMlt Kshow.. "Th Diwp Six" Miss Nancy Jones (Alpha.1 AT 7-0804 We Glv. Gold Bond Stamps I Ili
4 T1i ]Cntitlnra
I Amos and Andy :: = .
Chi )
Soo-4.l) Nrwa, WNtb.rpart.. Sob 11119 I ; from Tamp .30 Man Frnm U.N.C.L.E. Omega ; recording secretary
0.1 Hop It Morning PunrkMM
7 Nrwa, Wontbar =l'1I".=, 'nnttl; ; lu-lt MnHnla'a Nary Mrs. Alan Rush Zeta Tau
1150 ( ---
0-11 Addnma Family 10.00H.. ineyT Alpha); ------ -- ------ --- -- -
,
10 Mnvl I tOO--II Dann Club .... F00-4-T Jdrh.rd Boon Show '
too-ll-ll VaKmtln DayiW I- M Boom for Daddy --
"tlO.-II Ommanlll -4 Ofrnar Prl V.a.M 0. .._.II Nl.htw.uh. Ikaw H.. I ID Beat of Uroucko it'll T... TlsosIC.OIar corresponding secretary Mrs. Stevens
>. >-' Baakunt' 1-7 *a...k B.nny ..2.-a Chwnplonahl. Wnatllnc Oil*-.., Now ) (Pi Phi); and treasurer, Mrs. !
.
11 1'1.' ".11 II Drink Riot ll8-It"Movl.. 10,30I Mv LucyI i30-4 Pattlooat Junction Robert M. KKG who
Mayes (
.,_ NawaI 10,00Tho. ReporterI'lY 011 MorK N. t Wh.t'. This Song I /an. Vr'.h y Thawr* ) is in '
Huntlar-Rrlnklar Xovort I Poay - f Word for Word (Color) 7 PaytonPwlo.. charge of reservations.It "J I./ "' .
I 7 Nawa. WoatharII FI I..ht. of th* WaklOllO ln.lt frlii. (U Right 1 II 0 is suggested Miss Burket 1Jl-t))
Iaromi.o SUNDAYNOV. Iot.O-i Th* bu torn and th Nunaa by (
-4 Pnrtmlt ..,00-Andy of i iJ Mayberry" ( ....
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\ ,411NW.I. CI'O""". .. Tti. DeteedvM.j n 6- Cnnontrntlon 7 Hell I T.lep hnn Hour that direct contacts by letter be

TlOO., Onll-4 th Nakad. Doe_City .Highway. Patrol 10-11 ot th. Ma.. tot0Pnt.7 WM1 Tti*.1l Pncltlv i-aw! *. Watts, Sports made wherever possible to one'i to.rfE.
IOt4V 10 Mak That Spot.IlttO4.O.T.iI II ISO 4 Lots That lob
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T Kath Il Now.
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Weather dportalilts Morn In* individuahorority. Specific alumnae
Nwa. I Jeopardy (Color
10 half hour III W I Now.. Wathw. IInnrt.
Laugh
a an 14 1.31-.. Comedy Tim 10-11 Mla.lni Link .. associations alto schedule their w: t\\ iJMt
r'UfovU 1110-4 Movie Pt.y.d With Flr. :
"Th. Wefc"; ..._II N... and Wratkl 1,00, -4 New I,, : with .: I w
.-7 Tonight I with Cnrao II .aO-0' Joh.ny Car. own yearly programs, in additionto
.
Johnny ,.00-4 C rtoon- -vlll I day When .
10 I rrn Show
II I*. ('.... dhow I ran ALa.NT ...11 Father Know Boat ** their combined interests in West
t t. Cfnn \
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Me.l.Ii0511 j \\\A\N\ \
r-.t..r- Beach Panhellenic
-ll Mo... No. I II Movie: .- Cnaqno. (Color) l.Nr"lIt..kh M.v44,5.5il Palm City Association. nt

- - Ti0 -4 MupanayAtrleultur 10.11 Tmneaa* krnl Ford Hoots .
1 a.p... Ii4-4 Guiding Light I
f3i0Y SATURDAYNOV. I -
T Cartoon 1I.1t-a..1I. Nrw.Alt. This association does not include jL
hSMonln I. Oopnl ',i.... I o. WEDNESDAY scholastic honoraria, such 'I'
.
II annruw Th.ti
I PEC. S
'. '>.00 Mort.4 aopl rnrwtt**., .......1 }i-4IJL.r." ':: -- "" ''""' ..- as Phi Beta .Kappa or'college! groupequivalent > > > w "

J. ,ill-4 dunrla .......t... "Math. T BullwlnkktII III Mov..; "b.? Ma. WI"." Marnlnf J '
rFASHION
Youa flr pt mall* In Wtrn Culture"atuo4 Hlngln' Tim* I* Dill. 11 H... (18."' na Monday a*out) : :
Oomdy Tim II III.... liO*-II D. ibl.* rab. T.00-u Canthiantal 0......... 's
llOtfA 'i4_I* Armed **oroa* ..2 O.t Curtis Boy lii.-Id Pl.yhou.. it ,,00 BACKIEL ENGINE SALES dwv SHOPS
.. _ll-ll III... I. Oo.p.1 I caravan ill .4 1'1.' .. I OilO: =1.MA"i.'or.. ..
flap ,.00-4 Crtoon. Tlll* Se.-4 Till:.* to th* LIt. I iSO-4 A* th* World Turn Aft ,._ J"i: WHERE NO
I Hoimlong Cnaaldy T. T. I l..t'a Mats a DM!"
T 7'. CI.... 1) Pan't1'.I.: ** T Olrl Talk 1Samo a Monday. crept) I Invites SALE IS
I II Cartoon Carnival II II 77 ...."... Strip ,00-10 Movl, "I 1I..p. ).."' ." you
TiO*-U Comedy TI... MMI.hf i'h.'Tlaored Heart Il4_| R* My { uea_DlacuaiI ... 4)iio I EVER FINAL
d1PAfI0tlMNaR' Ti0-T Fun Cliik II Movie .I iOO-4 P.6. ...-.. ) 4 JMovl*. "..I.n.. of I...a* to TestRidea
II Lon* 1Ian... ".*0-4 nub for Today .. Lor.lt Young 'MO? NOW OPFN IN TilE SEARSTOWN SHOPPING CENTER:
II New.Ti 0 The Chrlatoph.r !.__10-11 N_. 7 !*, "A. Young Aa You F"I"
,.--. O.nle'a Frumd* t Horliona. faith .._4 Hona Party 1,00-11, Yowl am Horse FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
/ 1111L .,00au......*. II hull Winkle ,., Th* Doctor 5,0-. Buekkherrp. Round '
I Adventuna Tbeatr* s,4a- Sn..d HenrtlOiOO II Day In Court Inst..
WHEEL HORSE. OF COURSE I
t I run Club --4 Lamp Unto My Fiat 1.51.44 N.. .r06-t. H..... Ilpol'U. W..thn ( ) APRIL
10 Unitla Bob hUll For Today. 10 Ll.n Howard nnd Woman' !I... I. Mo... 'Mkdng Patty"1.1wIs J 16 THROUGH DECEMBER 15
; CHANNELMASTER II Saw.iO Sun Stall Vote. liOO.-4 T* Tell the Troth : Womna..An lien
I0 .-II Morning Plnyhoua t I r'roto.tant Woriblp Roar 4-7 Another World :til-7 8e. Hunt-Adv.ntur* I 11 f
I ::ilOl! Warner Broa. That* I Dlaitovgry 10-11 Genaral Hospital I* III.... W........, Sports
....a. .10 Kanln Billy .. II Now
lOiSO-4 Look V* and Ut til-4 1'1.'
.,a0-d luperm.nT Word ef LiteT J',,10-4 Kiln. of Night. 21-4 W.ath.r
5 Angela Watak Mr.. Wl.ard 1.7 You D.n'h Say (Color "H- N.... .
11 C.a Bunny I* Hoiiga. nf Glory in.11 Th. Young )Married I lluntley-KrlnkUy" ReportII
"GoldenCross 11 Pl.Ih00.,4 4iOO-,4 ....., Stow I' looarft I '
"l. n I M...... 0..... Ct. sins eA DAYS ,; "
M...... T Mlekay. Moua* Club .I**-4 New* ,. WahooCronkite'
Fir* thw .. / That May So.' ,11.11 teitr Unlink Club I '.'-N_. 8u..t"". .rlllJrlor :
1Jowl.. Vor.hlp Hoar X,36-I Movie, Kan.a Pacific ll-ll New.noo fl'alf
I II Pint Bnptlal CII.... I Movl.Dun't Hotker to -4 I>**tk Tall.y tar .
It"I
Installing a powerful Golden ..,''-4 bold journey 10-11 Solo, Adam., Irmllma.Urin I I Rat M '
Crow Fire I it actually hit* moving Bible T "'. Ar* Funny _I N.r.aIK I Ito HonrmonnIt 2
I 10 Muss fur Hhut-lna' .It American N.w..tand rVPM JnjreoM II NIGHTS
your TV set mile nearer the 11 iBOT lenaton. Bmnthem and ||OO--I He* Hunt l/-s. In. parad
.. rtq-t b .
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Wood
Holland. 10 Woody vltlaiy: ; I '<
nation. YouTl act sharper, Wearer (0kn?> "
II Lift Tim "
aKi YOCM Alternoe* ....,. 1n.cr101;
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tp I
on all channels.WilcoxHardyTV. I,iSO-I Yogi Bear -siA *l o.ol..d
pictures 11:00: --4 Khlrley Tempi
I* ABO Newa wha'0.t.t populur

I3TIAH aCICNCK f 10'T.i'hM.tI-:' .1,t.r.k'tna, :: PHvnd.,, Rrt. lioo 15.1Patio t fTt.pvk* Stew' ,kwn,'ganimi tractor with any \r

RADIO'ERIle"' 1111.-11 It New' *Fl.rkouM III [...... I 14-11.tSO-4 ghuicU Meverly Hlllblllla aM attaching toola far 4-aaaaon na* Half Moon Hotel

i Zenith GB DetdecFfcoM I 13130-h\ potlloht on Educationl00 : (01>>-4-1 Newa, W..t... Rnort. ,00..4 Dirk Tan Ttyk dhow Sn tin Wheel Horse in action:
> rlorliln Foothallf 7 1'1.' .., Weather I
| 1.7 '' Terror'
AT 74M RADIO STAttoH \vSTU Juts Wayn: Thin )0 Movie Hl.. Kogur. Regiment 10-11 'M\I.crr\ ; ,
, 10 Champlnnahln Bowling 11 Iron Batr* L ,
is*-ll-lt IXnith Shor dhow
EACH MONDAY 7111 PJ1k lile. ...... .. I 'MIII/gl/ Bag
SR 707 faMea Beach Hednkln-4 *M. Y a. v Wa.klngton 0114 5,0.-I.-II Not.nl:,_ ... Split. 10100.4 UMinr Kay* Ku Show know .BACKIEL ENGINE SALES

I,ISO.I han* end 04...*' II NowIloo7 111.in"lur: .'* Law
1,00, '_10 MnvK. 8n Antonio. Highway PatraliH 11100-4-a-r.ls N... w..,..... Spots AND SERVICE
*,SO--t c mhl. -4 Wool It No.-sal Ib.NI.
! Almost Everyone Listens To 4>oo-4 Clreen Bay Packer ... Dal.In ..**-4 H... 51126Moot.. .Family! ...I>O." '
WSTU Cowboy I H..UyHrinktyt I01....I 11:io-4-7 Tonnikt with Jokw 330 South Fed. Highway!! I'
I lundnrT New' .. WMk> t'a.(00IM0..
STATION Drive-In.
Theatre
RADIO Highway. Patrol II l.h.'..... I* Thfrft"II Oppoklle.
11 Lour) and Kv: -i4o-4 Nw*-WaHw. Oenklt, M.Mhlos thentrajI 464-2664
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL'TIME 1450 K.C. e.iSO-4 T....... Centnry |.1Nw*-Hartley. BrlnklefII IB*-it Nlgktwauk Movl t
T Combatstn.1 N.w.-R. Ousiuaa 4iO.-It Movl TORT PIERCE; FLA.ATLAiNTIC I : CAI"
N... ,,_4 Ulil.it Hok ,
',100-4 Sold V.ntnr I Jimmy BtrlffkU. Show (
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Wild "In"dn.II t Movlr. "K 1m"
1..11.1. and lava 740.4, f. Tell tk* 'nth
MOHDAT Uri MTtJKDAT ,....,. M'VT .111 -1All .... S.._.. I llrUtol' Court
.NHtENADIO' 10'lt Voyng t* Ik* DoW u.. ,
! ::: :.m':. "IV., UO 1U14T8I ti&KsMSSZttt&sssJK'rai 11oo&
I ,.t44I tL4W" MaEM, : ,06-4, r.... Del a IooM

. ; : .ctvsi. MwN RCA VICTOR aloAllot"loll: No Tim Griffith far .er.eat*

, Woslh.r .t ,.... .itfflMliM '1'11t1l1..r 'iOO4 L.y Hhow
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..1'0.... II.." ... ......... '1'1-_ a.- Andr William r $

-t:: :,',.::.sow ... !.45 : W..hw N.tl.. l Rows giving Color" TVPERFORMANCE *10.It i::10---' Wendy Many and Happy M.Retarn J it. t .

I .7 Roll wood nnd tk. Onus J l 4 t C I

:'j L l-l| Bin,* OahyIOiOO4 .. -.. .. Per Person !
I, mattery' Peopl
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10.00 Now. ..L1 Mow lj v ITiePOlt
: ':v/': i.= Vrld. *f Bland.* by :: .wait f! 1111.Show.nerto ....... Gt.ad".
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W.r11 .f0 ., ... ::"V It tnrllht '
06 Etna w'.n1 .
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: .Lair t lli: N .._ --l Johnny Carw I
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EXTRA
NITES
.... $16.00 PER PERSON
:
h'Ol W.dd d : Hi** Mnl* Cs. Aft Mlaa II Ntohlw.wh Marl

,1.6: ::=.u.--;. 1M ::w.t {'IM: Nan.iM *..*':.* ---.. fROVED -4rMV-.lt- Mvl- SINGLES: $45.50

lulNrw.' IM ..,...._ ..... n__., /.N.54. TUESDAY

aallJa ..........-.1- I iraa I.....,._. ptkw .IaL1... .Niwa...daptflN --... RCA VICTOR pec IIMw.Y EXTRA NITES: $18.00 PER NITE

/, M..k Now.f1313. i::n Rind Nan Plow :::1 It.ru.q Now. --M t.woolw.d Eatik. right .a., Aw .44 includes:

1:1: A I'.P :.p 'M I 31,= hM4 Jy.w. ..... 4 ia Ml* fmm mJifli P --.... offers a OAS--4 KuIWS..I.maMr ".......... 0 P.b4 saw p.Sf M. wlA 0(0 MASTERS M5erlpia Full tropicat breakfasts
; ... C.ituwtwlo1 each .
awls ._ .". JII... m ONB-YEAR WARRANTY I. W-t s fus.y nal.wr6"eeoaa.ied morning. Gourmet

.4dB Ol.e.Mnt. 34 MeIMr !3M M .d 115W.A ,i/a N..e1 ewt) ..oa.dN- oo all puts, including: your color : t. 'Mont.p.e.oo.s "N. ... ***g* (Nr Is.! w na.-bmlif0t BNpisldtil IMuROIbR11111 -. dinners, music dancing each nite. Trans
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0,11 Ary.ewsp ant: :::: tM Wr-n N V.N tube! A R.
..... Wh./t. Os/N 4M ..... ..... .i** "'."**.1 Kw picture Ar- fers from Montego Bay Hotel.
.M *t* N*"* Mbr. EXCLUSIVE! $SALES SERVICEFRANK'S Airport to
. .... ::..... .to Wow. ::: apona .... Watk *< f*.*IM M Mwdny *****t}
M.AI." C. Nor.. 1_ It._ 001t100 it* **.*.' fl rotaMuMs 1rM 4 L**> *: aJI* 11.k !lb 1a Transfers from Hotel to Montego Bay Air'
.' bow. IM n .* Show .>M "m.n TV I* MOM "I B*>M*>kr I ( tcr
j I nt p/a1.R bow"* !". Hevo'4)rn.a ) d Tb.t1 40*. '4 Mto.TW. rlrat TnM I port. Luxury accomodations
::: :: O.M: .bowdwll *l* i* T Mrwt, Try Ven .anea" at oceanfront
1 ....IC_ IAw O'M1d Ns.s" .. ...... O. til* >_ and APPLIANCES .-**-.11 TW hoar. Oam ., hotel with 42
Li 1"1 _". ..c.t ... fi* LtatkMmg) B*00 111- I..III I. *!*-!. acres of grounds, 18 hole golf
I ,001 ttib tub ...*.-* ,.....* Plod
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EAST COAST LUMBER Lake Meeting Is RECENT BUILDING PERMITS' ,,,)-.r I Farmers Have a Big StakeIn

& SUPPLY CO. Set December 1 (So. 13-0)) South's Lumber Field

"Martin; County1 PloaeerlIuOder' Owner Location Contractor lHwrpllon Amounl

At OkeechobeeA ....._ ..__u" ..__ ... ,
Supply City; of Stuart I nc rorcM service, i n I 11 I Ie u lumber companies in the South
f't' Slate Deportment of Agriculture/ during the early 1914))',.
public meeting to discus!I W. O. Gstatcr! Company 745 South Ftixigral Highway Ferris ", : Sign S 500 predict the South will e\onlunlK, Since 1942, more than 42,000
plans for new levees to be builton L White fZO St. Lucie Crescent None t.i'f, !)''! Remodel 9(1) at (least double Its output! of, lam '' (non)( acre of "tree farms" have
28 .1611 the northeast shore of Lake Otto Klcckler X04 8..11108 Avenue None '1Porch\ 750( ber and wood products while continuing 'I :been developed hi the South-
Okeechobee will be conducted to increase its forest
by reserves mo-thirdi the nation's l total. About
RAILWAY DRIVE the Central and Southern Florida OUlboard Marine Corporation 230() North Flalll"r Avenue LanllCX\ :I, Marina 70(1(1( ( ( : M) per cent of Southern Ire.

Flood Control District at 9:30: F. Hewitt 901 Riverside Drive Ka'lCO' Screen enclosure. 2.nO( Should thi materiali/r. l.inter'. 'farmers" are farmers, the remainder \}
a.m., Tuesday. Dec. 1 1. in the County William DIIlin) f09 Spruce Avenue. 1l00tarr I Re\denl'c! : 7JIII will rettp Mibsmmiiil benefits cr being lumber companies" paper

chobe Commission chamber, Okc e- Willie Sam, us 1ZQ Bayou Avenue HoJarr Residence lI.ono More than a million farmers own I mill, other industries and .other
HeathcoteNurseries County courthouse.Riley Standard! Oil Company 301 (f'loflh r&crol! Highway Open &rvce) station 25,1410 fore tland in the South. Their hold I private individual
S. Miles, chairman of the .
Dan rfeld 640 ins constitute an important
Remridcl source:
Newf Bryant ue None 5110{
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FCD Governing Board said the Avgo\ of supply for the lumber industry:
proposed- alignment of the new David MeuloO ,,90? TarP.Qn $ lIodnW Addition ".(1(10)( ) Farmer income from Mw-timhcr" Tops In Design''I
I levee between Taylor Creek and F. Kina tlmin'l 't.\' > iik: "!lanes! Park Jensen Rra1ry 200 harvest will "be greatly! incrcuseJ. '
Architect Designed Landscaping. the St. Lucie Canal and questionsof M. Horley f6b0 South I' crab ,iur! N one AJdition 1.0110 i if the industry realize in potential" 'I
Oriental Design A Sp< Complete Line of Ornamental will be discussed.
Martin/ County dcncy between farmers and lust
Plant Material The Indian Ed 1 Dail executive director will bermen which (traces back two decade
River Area'i Oldest Landscape conduct the meeting. V{. R. WSt.YF Port Salerno None Garage and patio roof 2.000 and more.
Nursery, Our 38lh Year. Turn Present plans call for a start of Martin County Fair Assn GNoldcn 'Gyte George Af'O\toll'f't\lll'l\ Display building ))1,001)Trask The lumber industry 'introduced
Right off U.s. I .t LlndiJey levee construction in of the northeast< shore HoI'C Sound Endure of Palm Bench Patio'root 551)) the "tree turns movement to the
the first half
t of Duil
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone said. 1965 Norman Pomeroy Ullie Ranch Estates None Utility room I50 I South In 1942.. Thi nuule "possible

HOward 1-!332. It Is expected that the work William Gas. Rio SL t'iC7e'Terrace, None Garage ,500 knowledge for lumbermen of good.I to (forest shure 1 their I NEON SPECIALISTS

will be completed in the next threeto Chuck Wagner Golden cililc' Same Residence 7.0oe> with farmer and other management private /" Fort Pierce HOwari 4-13W

chases four will years.be fully Then encircled Lake !Okec-with Edgar N. Pike tort Salerno C\lilninllham Engineering Pats root 392Annip owner 1 horrol11'lIl11 brought .
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levees. Coachman Indianlown None Restaurant\ S.OOO I I io.e: of
This In turn will make
an increase in water storage possible Florida acli0 1 Aasciciation U>be Sound .None Library room 1.000( forestry, whilh1' Initiated by

HOME LOAN capacity of the 730-square-mde Frinch Hohe Saint SIeve lerron J J lnclnve:; carport 250 GEORGENELSON

Herb Rice North River Shore 'CrlAf'Otoll'J'l'lllo.; : Rt.ikknee' 1'.0(1)) Adult

TALKS. lake.Building Dorothy Mnwell Indianlown Nnne Move house ".."".. Program
Permits Dorothy Ma'lwell Little Ranch: Estates jVonp Remodel 3,000
Paul( P. Belles Rio None Carport 32' Eyeing $$20,000In Painting

by don herald TqtaI'$2J7,767$ Southern Home SL Lucie Inlet Farm, Johnston Patio slab 700

Trinity Methodist Church Arch heights None Parwmage 1,004)') Federal Aid Interior Exterior

A $70,000 marina a $25.000 Elaine Wilcox Jensen Beach Jjm rrien.J Residence 1fiO Dial AT 70949Ucriutd

(rn'-w' itjI1 4 service station a 15.000 parson-, Earle H. Temple Jensen Beach None HorlIQ room 400 lion Martin County'may apply adult for educa-$20.XX .- A lumrtd
age, a 15,000() restaurant and five ) ) under the federal Economic
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4 -\ne 'to-iheaJ' residences boosted! the number" of a
.: ; tuilding permits issued in Martin Opportunities Act, primarily 1 to -- -- --
4buy: orI County last week to thirty and This Home'' Has 29'F.eel oj Closet Space. educate teen-age dropouts,
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IW their Twelve total city evaluation permit I $217.767.* totaled director B, Morion estimate, adult that education In the ST. LUCIE PUMP

$1( 1.6"O and eighteen county permits ndiantown, Stuart. Port Salerno & WATER SUPPLY
$96,117. and Hobe Sound areas. there are .
MiMitrrry Rd., M.F.I, 3
The first of figure about ",.UOII'II') without any
group
high school training, and 211( Gould & F W Water System
A wren house that may he at- In'the house number represent ? -
t ached to a windowpane with adlesive I. the square feet of liva mainly the children of migrant I & Vac-All Tank Loader
has a transparent end able, area in the hoy.... ((The worker, who are totally Illiteratescrnrding ,I AT 7-M33
through which the bird may 'be other group it an office num to the I IVM Ctn"". I WC ALSO II IP AIM' ALL PUMPS
watcheJ. ber.) Accordi"3! to Jan Rein- 1)wLL Morton tIclilVCthaI wpart-tli e t_..... Wan ....t_.
ber.) Consult a local contractor work-study program" would bona : Will, DNIMINnSrINKI '
Get t the "go"from : for an estimate of fit these persons, If the 121),04were ) N) a WA1/A 'MIIN CS SYSllMS A
PAINTS.-HARDWARE building costa. applied for Slfi.txx would) a WILL akirruuSTUART'S .
AT 10363CALVANIZED pay a full lime field representative ,
First and Iwo teachers; $IHK( > would --
By JAN REINER go for supplies and! niuiermls, and :
1 'r U.OtX()( ) would be used for travelng OF STUART
1i PIPE Home No. 1156-142 "pen....,. INTFRIOH DESIGNER
i Federal of Verp .. .......
Plumbn .u. A deciaion will III made "
Nut Cut llutch. No statistical survey I I. needed e_ .:Lt-;;:; Frklny rait
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1II) whether Martin
to point out that a two-bedroom County will CSTIMAtlSCAXPIT1
tUetrlcil SupvlU'
Motor lra.h... for Bitch. DMIMT.. *. horse i i. the most popular on both ed! on a centrally located partition .. ir.r/r.'or/ IOA aid according: to r s
Beach Skill P.._ C.bt..a: .t...... coasts of Florida. r 'r f ..".
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allowing of
I PORCH -- -- -------- -- a Du.nan
INDIAN RIVER SALESON i9s'l Iii r
1 For essential economy of construction length. )
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! A talk in advance with First THE JENSEN DRIVE -BEACHFL09KING ONE MILE NO.' and ease of maintenance, Seen from the street, the gently n a l y 1 t KDRM LINDSAY WATERCONDITIONING I /- rh..
this is 2 .
plan a simple rectangle 34 tAITAntIURNITVai
Federal Saving of Vero Beach pitched and widely projecting roof I
by 34 feet in size with a 12 by 34'oot lines. A RI W I ;: ,.. :
(optically "lie this I
may help guide you to a wise carport-porch addition (at left stuccoed house speaking to the ground) and an S Sale. -Svrvlre- Rentab. I l"I.tl
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KITCH 287-0344
xxirse: in choosing or planning Investment on plan). This addition. may IH to the landscape: setting around it. CompleteCONDITIONJNO tWATLR ass I. OCEAN BLVD.PLUMBING .
built later without I
in a home. the existing! house. To affecting further: aim- A stuccoed masonry parapet (with .lU ...(s c L, r acavici .. --
two posts' ) protects the car (or boot) C C MANY WATM aorTiMraiMODCLS
First Federal tries to be a friend plify> the conUction' this sU fa from the rain and wind-and the HALL AVAILAailAtx I REPAIR

ly, human outfit, but they look at BY line in-grade of the masonry saddle' roof home is the supportSERVICE ridge- car itself become a shield for the ... riArunk) TANKS LIPLS1MCrlsar4LAse AND ('ONSfRVCTlONri1

investments cool I STUARTFLOORING privacy of the rear porch, so far '! Call : ",.
property with a. the street traffic: i 1\ concerned. far: FREE l'f llardnt* I

judgment. You might a* well get PFPG"NAII&.E.ii"FJ The wide awning window, allow CARPORT 'I.le.1 i:
their council. (without obligation) ample daylight to enter allrooms I I A-I.A l 3 Ml. S.H 2IM202 I dl

before you go ahead. WOOD \ (which Incidentally, are '. LIVING ROOM, eEg"ooM' .. -
I \ all corner rooms), and only small f 5
First Federal's. loan service I II VINYL TILEVINYL I side widow are shown for crow 1/C17" IS" u.I'A" O\tPLtTv.: toJjr' ii?
IN TANT. Their i I long experience ASBESTOS'' "' ;! ventilation. This I I. became I the i
almost!\ AtrlnlOnVla"Mlfl'
ASPHALT constantly shinklng frontage of 44 FRONT liw-ltt R. C. LINDSBV
enable them to give
you
RUBRKK residential Ms make It

Residential Commercial imperative &Je
good counsel on location material, S PARKAV to have tide window X minmuni I 1MnkeSulefy :: I"r4"rIl'LUM& : ::
construction, plan and /inancing.! LINOLEUM .. PAINTLNCDKCORA11NG sire or. better yet. to eliminate I' door .. Inc arils, ( c*. d.inlpg! table the roof and conlaln( electric beating fPl : a.rea.CTOWEISS: ,!
RESXMMNO"Coaiflttt; I them altogether. Side win with ''four chain shown dotted) coils, are finished' In pUswr. I- _
You can save money on. your I PAPERHANGING dow are often lh. chief source In two localions). Th. )Jaloutie win' and to are all interior parfiiioni { d
loan at First Federal because their Flooring s."Ift- Exterior. Interior. of friction between neighbor on I dow over the double lint (tee plan) and the Interior of clown. Floors .
A account of noise* and nightlighis act a* a serving window for summer may 'be of cork or resilient tile. CHASONS GARAGE I
ReaideptUI Commercial FREE
initial costs! and Interest rates are : ESTIMATES which awaken' the all-toivcJo* ..ung.-a kJWeo.& and practical :. Closet doors have, the fktnr-io- ,
reasonable, and because they allow WeR11I'JWDVCJ5NICKERSON resident *r, ".taw, indeed) Incklenl-! ceiling hiMil<< I lyp"*. of wooden DIAL AT 723114I I
] to reduce total Interest 237--H72: One requirement not always met'ally a small$ .kyttame ..InualH In doves which, make for matimuntaccettibiliiy \
you your 227 W. OSCEOLA AVE. I In retirement "home it closet spate. i the porch root right! ,, over I the -4I* f* P.4w.l HI....., era >, i PAINT IA APPLIANCES
cost by making advance & Horn No. 1156-142 boast of 10 dining table' will dramatic The floor! area of this home It
MghM Ilolldiiv 60S cor
Sunday* brlhLa
payments on principal, without ; POST OFFICE ARCADE I feet of Closets for each .bedroom. touch of da)11&1| l able and, .1,13ft t uarf feet plus the carport I ORA IH)
penalty, when you alp able. P1.H. 81-4 767 I I AT 7-2447. I a 3-foot<< coat closet (C) In he" at the tame lime, shine Into the amt the screened porch. The ap SAM RHODESconstruction 217-114.
living room, and a 4-foot Ii.nelowt kitchen, augmenting the light from proximate tonsiruvihm cost should/ ADMIRALMajor
--- -------- ----- (L) in the bedroom hall. 'In I the ihreecti awning ''window I be In (he Mflhlx>rhixd of $10,000' ) )

....... ._ 'vs'bane .* .V.i,0 Ik.. r...... *..1.! ,.'uJ Lw ..."'"* RELIABilI mom, acceMJMe" both from the. j doc* ( e., arrow! can close off the i emlmaie one thuukt tomult a local Appliances
MM C........*. VM man .1.1.t. "T kitchen and the garden double kitchen from '1M, Using room. '. builder at buiM'ng COM vary from &" TELEVISION?
HOT wllk Mf MMIIBI ..* *U fmrMW T.\l\'K INC.P. a* Builder ;
SERVICE laundry room general Morage i Th. 16 by 17-foot bratliving (own hi IcN'II.The
> S (t MIT IhM.Copyrighted' 1964) O. Box II 1300 South Dixie J JRgknsy Stuart Florida, and a safe storage" area for pre. J+' room I It nearly square welt ample II plan' 'for this two-bedroom .o
Preeswt Monolithic-State and FJLA. den took. wall tfac for furniture and picture honse was prcpwed h Y architect Benjamin Moore
Apprised Tank
Still another feature not always I| *. A folding! door mar "M .Installed Ian Rtfner of New Port Rlchey, Developer
SANITARY TOILETS
WANTA found In 'development home Is i to Clys t( 0ts.". bedroom who b i the editor of Florida PaintVallpaper
LNSTAUATIONS REPAIRS CLEANOUTS the generously steed U- baped hall.I I Home magarlne.. Mtgirlne avail- SALES OFFICBIK.Vr.N .
COMFORTABLE ..... kitchen work-counter Brae Irslly The front matter. bedroom I I. of Able' at Val% Book Shop or by mall-'
MORTGAGE? Office . AT 7-J341 PAUL D. C01IB3y hat. centered between Indoor and out- ample else* ((16 by )p1! fee)) and ing $1 II w IWiuwMfiyHwconJ Street BMdl:
NlrJI" AT 7-0240 the double cWu provide excellent N wth/ !t. pettnhurj 10. "115.) ron or f ICE au)(;, PAINT
LORKNE B. COMBS .
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Hry..1a..y.rM..Ua.fl AT 7-J341 soundproofing.
IlnJIday
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V.a-..w... _.....It....MV.. _....LrH.s ......... -- -- -- -- --- i located Twk-to..back"'t0' the I I !$unr1avor i Is the new Florida I PL'ROIASR OF
s- hot wear heater (ftee doited circle'trademark" fur quality agricultural Phil Baker I
J5 OR MOREL
oo plan), with the washing machine -:i I I pruUocte hi the awtlon't! marketplace .
Pbo.et Vero leach 562-2373 mr t IfDB RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL, I (.W) nearby-in order I to cmdown .VU Mgr. I

on the coM of plumbing "insullatMHS. 'I(,I -0-=----=--." .. __ ___ .. _
j The. bathtub j C"*"aj sfcjwerhcad -' Australian si in drven have per
) U away front !h* window,I r<' fected I method: to kill sharks in HEATERS RANOS WASHERS

FIRST{ FEDERAL Motors Rewound Over U .Yav Etcwrtrawe* J hen' ,t UM wAthhasin" fa 1ft in i Jong!llfltUll Ivanhy I lew,. HUM a "hypodermic 30,. M ond*.needle Th divert/In a !1.it WATER HEATERS

SAVINGS It LOANAsSOpATION Home Wiring & OutletsVatcrPumpRcpairt ALL- WORK The Interior finishes' of llpme1 I'I rid due i It lutj. by a conventional' !
No. 1I'fj.1 1 1 41 arc a* follow: the1ceiHnf 1 spear gun. The needle contains arth '
\ ctjARA.yirf.pFree I ,. *. which follow tfw try of | <| draw of tirycjMtiM tutraU.CUNNINGHAM ,
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INDIAN RIVEH COUNTY 4 ; EstimatesIMCrNM j

21)4$1< 14ti A e. OW 542-2373 ---- I ENGINEERING .,
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Free PiarUaf .. 15 Ae' .. = I N -.n) j FI..OIUUftQOMS f
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e1'...,....,.., 9.Ie 12. Oyt I te.,7 287-3097 : .b ILVDIODISPATCHED
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THURSDAY' NOVKMBKR' :: 26. 1964 Chatty '' .. '. t,

s ---. r-Boukwwt ..:n'l :,t- Tells Tales of
... Published every Thursday. Kill I I I East t Ocean ... I
Stuart Martin County Florida t \ .......
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lla Post ollice at Stuart 11h4ia"MEMBER ,' ". .. ".'
Bntercd *econ ouU matter at Way Back in 33OLD j

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FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONNATIONAL .
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION NEWSPAPERS turn brown but. like 5 '

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS old men who gel snow on their roofs they
have stories to tell,. Such a venerable news- *> ...

CORDON LOCKWOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, BJilorMAIV paper, mellowed to deep ton by thirty-one .- -'"

years of Florida climate, was brought to The _, "': w- : '"'" -
$4.50 .Stuart News office the other day by Chick .:..... : -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES; In Martin County, Florida pw par; two y art "' -
$8.&, (Subscriber living part of the y'tar in Martin County may p.,f atth, bc rates.) File. of Hobc" Sound. '7 --=-. :':. "

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two yaws $!I.JO, '

Six months $1,7, three months SI.75. 'IT WAS a copy of the four-page Stuart : -- "- .,-, "-""::tr '.",J. -
Foreign and Canadian rates on application Daily News of Saturday April 8, 19.13 and 7y.' 'tiw ,;"... -

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across its front page was: "35 Jupiter Island .a _er :. :. ,w .,
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Diddle! Tract ..w .f
Winter Residents: Buy 2.xX-Acre
And for Each of U. the Same i"' "
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ThankfulFor THE SAM was effected by C. B. Arbo- .. ..
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gust, Stuart realtor. I It involved the property
owned by Mn. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle.

The Many Blessings ReceivedGratitude which had been transferred in a rapid series

of sales to M. King Schragcr the Durham

Really Corp. and the Stonewall Corp. 11 consisted

is more than a word, although new things as. a four-Ianed and beautifiedU.S. of six miles of ocean and Sound frontage

it ii cynically said that the dictionary is the I.I tux new high school 1 buildings, vast on Jupiter Island the Island Inn and other

best! place to look for it. new citrus groves where the young trees lift improvements a waterworks on the mainland

On this Thanksgiving Day 1964 we in their leases to the sun: new bridges under und hundreds of properties at since vanished

Martin County have much. for which to he construction ut Indiantown and Jensen: Beach; Olympia and on mainland Hobe Sound. ..

thankful. First, as human beings! we should and a great many new homes and new private 'wt
; he thankful in our hearts to God for the opportunity enterprises. Each was based on a decision to PRIME purchasers were W. S. Burttow .r xPa

to rise and .shine, to shape ourselves lake advantage of the opportunity to change/ Joseph Verner Reed, Colonel Arthur S.

; creatively and to do good works. constructively positively creatively.We Dwight C. N. Wilson' and other personages

Not that we necessarily will-but the opportunity should be thankful that there is such who formed The Hobe Sound Company

in there. The individual's option to u spirit in Martin County. The blessing of und Arbogiixt\, who put the whole deal together,,
make a better person of himself: or a worse wanting to' change for the better-und doing was named manager

one, is the brightest 1 facet of the human story. something about it-is re-shaping our part of .
We could all! have been stamped out of the Florida. It wakes us a vital', growing area of
ONE ITEM in the amused It
story me. .
same cookie cutter, "programmed" (in computer manifold opportunity. said that the sale was made for "an un- : c ..;;;5 1
language) to follow the same pattern of It is the spirit (hat will carry us ahead. .
that
named consideration It seemed to me ,
action from the cradle to the grave-but wt So long' as we have it and take advantageof after over thirty-one years, the truth should SCIKiNCE: AT WORK. These three objects suspended from the : a section of old automobile tire; and an asbestos! tile

weren't. The' Creator in His wisdom gaveus it. there will be a parade of "objectives come out. no I culled on Charlie Saturday pier at the House of Refuge marine laboratory are purl of an experiment to Ross Witham lab director marine animals spend
the freedom of choice. We steer our own accomplished:" new oceanfront parks seaside morning to determine what type of artificial substance is most Stages of their beginning! lives attached to solid objects

little ships, for better or for worse. That in resort developments, !septic tank and pure effective in encouraging marine growth. From left 'to right are: if an artificial material can be devised which will encourage

the most marvelous privilege of human "C!(. water problems !solved, increasing bcautificit-" a new material furnished by Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing growth it could aid valuable commercial species.
perience. Be grateful for it. Make the most! lion and reforestation, expanded recreation "JUST WHAT did. most of Jupiter Islandand -
Hobe Sound sell for in 193)7" I asked
of it. and. most importantly less! wasted lives in '
The opportunity to change for the better crime and folly and more directed toward Charlie laughed "The amount of the deal FE.C'Declined the
wellas worthy ends' was $25,000" he said, "plus some $58,000! ) .d .
is a blessing that applies to all people as
to each Thanksgiving, day be thankful for the in delinquent county and inlet district taxes. LETTERS1TQTHiEDUQRIH

Our county person.has been changing for the chance to change as a people as it community They were !settled for defaulted bonds which Tax s Best Customer

better In many material ways. Roll back the and us a person It''' is our'. greatest. .t could bo bought cheap, but which the county I t ,
J' and the inlet district had to accept at full face
such privilege
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value. The opinions expressed those Southern Paid $38,353.76

..* NEITHER CHARLIE 'nor I could remember of the writers.: If desired.rel letters t ,
I what county and inlet bonds were are printed above a nom de plume
: A" Thanksgiving Story bringing at that time but it was "somewhere! but never without. The News knowing
between lOc and 20c( on the dollar." That the name of the writer. Letters Tax Money

indicates a tax settlement of $5.801) to $II,(,((10 sent in anonymously are filed aye
3 By T1IURMAN SENSING: called this system "the commone course and or a total price somewhere between $JOHOO( I la the waste baiket-The Editor.

: The coming of the Pilgrims to the New condition.." They lived ifnder this tystum und $36MH( > plus attorney fees. ... ..... ease Rolling in
11\111 tho desperate, disease-riddenifirst\ winter
mi England coast in I 1620 forms a glamorous LIKES.: VltW BUT
oL 1621)( -21 until the hungry- spring of
?' chapter in American history! The'fact t that .is I62.v7hen CHARLIE admitted that somebody who NOI' SIGNBOARDS At DiscountMartin
} they changed to private enter
generally ignored overlooked. unknown needed it had probably taken a terrific tax
prise. Why? We find the answer in a book Editor Stuart News:
about this landing at Massachusetts: Bay 344years written by William Bradford, one of f the leading 1 loss, ("but even ut that the deal I almost! fell We are thrilled with the beau- County' best eu
V .. ago is I that it marked the first Socialist original "Pilgrims and second of throughwi., o. said. "The Stuart News ,IIIIPle Ilful 'awrollth to our fair city paid its tax bill Wednesday!
I ? !settlement in America. The main lesson about Plymouth Colony, entitled "Of Plimoth governor Plan out a week or so before with a scareheud story these days The open stretch of ernoon Nov. I 18, thereby .. ina.lit a
this settlement that is generally ignored, over. written by Ed Menningcr stating that Martin river north of the Roosevelt: Bridgeis 4 per cent discount a i u

3 looked and unknown is that this experiment tation. County was going to take steps to foreclose on enough to encourage any tourist which most reporters would f Nrle
in socialism failed within three years', time, The "Pilgrims weren't long/ under this all thlt nice land for tares i to stop and take note Wouldn't happy to take for cigarette/ ,.

: and-for their very survival-the Pilgrims, "commons course and condition," writes it be tragic if this area became l Taxed on its poles, wire In
had to turn to what we know us (the free en- BradftSht'liniil It "was found to breed much'confusion1 bedecked with signboards such as other equipment in Martin County
III and discontent and rilard iniploy- "THAT SPURRED the interest of my we already observe north assessed! at $2,117,610, and
: tcrprise system. mint that would have !been' to their benefits clients but they nearly backed out ut the end! I'm banking tthee real estate assessed! at $ .

: Through the years, it would have been and cousforte, I For the young men thtii were last minute because of the sundflics. We got sense of the property owners along the gross lax bill of the Fort
.. --and it !still would be--a valuable lesson, to everybody together on a still, warm afternoon, the river' to maintain this wonderful Group of Southern Bell
able and fine for labor and
most service: :
.. the pupils in the classroom studying American with the ladies wearing low-cut frocks and natural beauty which the town and Telegraph Company came
m history if this leitson in the failure of socialism did repine that they should spend their time the sand)lies smelled fresh meat. has strived !so hard for. $39.951.113. By paying its bill
(the gives the tame definition forcommunism and strength 'to work. for other men wives Yours very truly, November, Southern Bell
: dictionary and children, without any recompense. 'I ho Mrs. K. O. Herrlm 159807.
) were emphasized. strong . had no more in levi illO. "FT.IT saved the day," Charlie reminisced: afternOt Curl
: Before landing, the Pilgrims entered into of victuils und cloalhs than he that was "We bought out all the Flit in every store in Fremaux Wednesday, ) ,
what is known us the Mayflower Compact. weak this county and then sent down to Palm' Beach MUMV.: AC IIHC: i\IIHU to Martin. group County manager Tax

: Under this Compact. Plymouth was Nobody set up "Upon the poynle all "being to have alike County for a load. Flit turned the trick." ,BY\BUlJl'lUltll1.L OUR .HMIORIXL.. Alvin N (Andy) Andrews a :

as a share-the-wealih community. he. and all to doe alike, they thought themselves for the net amount of the I II IN COUNTY'S BEST:: CUSTOMER, Southern Bell Tele

H owned anything Whatever was produced in the like 'condlti, and one as good us I AM NOT going 'to speculate! on what Editor Stuart News: $38.353.76. and Telegraph Company represented here by Carl M.

: longed to the community a.10> whole. They another. And so. if it did not cut otf those Jupiter Island and Hobe Sound are worth We sincerely appreciate: your (As a matter of record, ,, Fort Pierce Group Manager pays its net tax bill to Tax

--.. ----- relations thuT hid hath set I amongst men tixlav.. Suffice it to say that The Stuart News criticisms about Florida's! various ern Bell paid the top tax bill Andy Andrews By taking advantage of the 4 per cent
however it t too. Their bill was
yet it did at least much diminish and take.. i is always i ; right (well, nearly) and our prediction comments attractions; in your editorial seems wen you the year second highest, the highest discount Southern Bell saved $1,598.07 on a gross of

: Uncourage Tree Planting; of the mutuull\ respects that should be preserved that the island would be "Florida's finest a ,bit harsh.It ing Florida East 1 Coast y.'t, .

For a.'Forest Eternal' amongst them." resort" was smack on the button. neems incredible that an editor Company. The difference was '
; feast in the full $147,589 February, $91. 862 and $20.243 respectively' were
In..tuad of a Thanksgiving of a in i the slate o Southern Bell paid its> bill a 0 ;
'! : Modern farming i isn't confined to producing og I 1622, there was literal! !starvation and hope nIB OLD NEWSPAPER was of particular Florida would newspaper:take such a slant FEC didn't) collected. Tax sales held on June

the foods thiit make us the best fed people lessly low morale. "So they begun to thmke interest to me because I happened to be against any industry which 10 Incidentally, tax collections March taxes arc pay1 I, raised! 9465. insolvencies'
at and $332,090 Discounts, errors, !
If h in the! world. Nowadays, one of the important how they might/ raise as much come as they working on it as a green young reporter strongly promotes Florida's growtl ing (the first seventeen days 0 ) escape par the 3 per cent w penand a unpaid taxes (including FtCs:

crops i isn't edible ut all. It is trees \could . that they might not still thus A page one story (written by me) tells how I and consequently the success of November collections ran very, clone to to April and May, when $38,' $47,020)). totaled $145,018.
!
.. Tree: farming is comparatively new.: It was languish In misuse.. At last after much de was "unfairly excluded" from a "secret school his and other newspapers. year's according
Brews In 1963 $493.490 came
the product of a problems and a basic! l national bute of) things, the governor" (Bradford himself hoard meeting and what a disaster this was Granted, there are many "lour that this
:: during pliers; year
tit! traps" (to use" own term)
u need. I In the old days' the forests seemed inexhaustible. } "gave way that they should !set corn I to the! public. Now I know that there i il no in the slate But the your attractions to figure was $493.156. Our Ministers

: So the! loggers just cut and moved every mart lor his own perlicular. And meeting that can be kept "secret' long (there's which you referred could bards ly]) Belle payment probably

r on to new stands. M assigned. / to every family a parcel/ of I. nd. always "some dissident ready to "spill the beans) be classified as such: This may N the balance the other way
I .. Time proved that this Deeming inexhuustibility ", . This had very good success tor it made and there's more satisfaction telling the public attested to by the millions of visitors day. ) Harris Starts 7th'Year
: of our timber resource was an illusion! all hands very industrious, so as much more what happened than squawking about those who have visited Week! The total! tax roll was S2.617.44 .

.. The forests! were going and fist under the curse was planted than other waive! would who, tried to keep: it hidden Wachee and "gawked," a* you for 1963.64 It i ia $2,202871
: pressure" of demand for more and more of have hems." say, at the mermaids. Many of for 1964.65.The I First Presbyterian Pastor
effect of offering
thousands of products that come from BANK First them not only return year after
the The Pilgrims offered thanks for deliverance THE CITIZENS now of 4 cent in November 3
in have per :
hut addition
: wood. So. befor the problem became acute, front socialism: with a great Thanksgiving National, had VX)2rt.Mi on deposit\ and was year thousands! of unsolicited we written cent in December; 2 per cent Rev Malcolm A. Harris was Rev. Harris is a graduate of

far-aighted men moved and the concept of the feast In the fall of lf>23 bragging about it; now it's over' SI'.f>lKIOOO) ). comments on file of the enjoy men January, and 1 per cent in as pastor of Uw First Wabash College, Crawfordsville:,

:I.I tree farm was burn. Then Bradford philosophizes somewhat, "Cltuens", hud good reason to brag:; their which they had while visitmiWecki ary is reflected in the way Ia YleriIiA Church of Stuart Ott Ind., and McCormick Theological
.. |In growth has been t spectacular. Levi year "Tho experience that was hud in this commune deposits hud doubled 1 from opening: day two Wachee. year's taxes rolled in 14, 195' *. coming her from Seminary, Chicago He has also!
: tree farmers planted a billion trees: on their months before. But Denni Hudson was $1,646.901 I; December, $\ ; taken graduate work in the field
course and condition, tried sundrie years, Also! may I point ti) a stab of audio-visual' education and has
taxpaylng lands! und in recent years the new that und that anwngsl! Godly and "sober" men, may mighty careful how he loaned those dollars agency survey which: lists attrac --- ---- written i numerous ankle for
: growth has exceeded the cut. The danger out lions as number four in a list' often
nation barren well evince the Vuntie of that. conceit of ful mermaid surrounded by I> church publication in this field."
become a
ultimately to
reasons why people com
we might Pluto'i und other ancients, applauded by some at Week! Wachee. la 1961 the First Presbyterian
: of timber l is being m e l. LI1TLE DIXIE CAFE was offering a Florida' m the first place! Man;
of later times: lhat the taking away ofproper beet My sad complaint as an Church moved' from Osceob Street
: ':; Tree farming has unique problems.. inle .in lie, and bringing in t: 1l11un tie into a plate lunch for 25c: Riverside' Cafe would of to these live' and people slay or com become Florida hoy. is that our stale to a new building on a fiveacresite
-
.. at the heart of them: -U takes 20:! !II( I too commone wealth would nuke them happy serve a full course dinner for 35ss: and ("hi.. )our cuMomers.lonw eventually t becoming as artificial as a wax in the North River Shore development -

... yean or more before a tree grows to marketuble and flourishing; as if they were wiser i than holm's, the de lute eatery, offered Sunday It quiet both in its attractions
is certainly
: sir.e. Along with this there are heavy Goal; !" dinner for from 25c for fried chicken to one support' or not. your support prerogativito one dFlorida's its way .ttl'I'r; ': don't rJ.: P Rev, Harris is currently erv
ricks" -fire and the depredations of insects and whole< buck if you insisted on the prime nbs however no ; so old ing a second term as president of
industries,
-
; : This the abvHi.! the Pilgrims that leading
is story
: ed that I read books instead
the
enemies must "be controlled, Martin County Ministerial Association
;: :! disease, These of beef. surety you must admit Uwiour
should be taught in schools"because in bv
our TV the
54 'and .that Is tautly job. So. if the tree farmer .? ) editorial was to a great extent having a going : : Is a Mason and a mem
"that conceile of Plato's and other ancients"is
bet
4 he must have a favorable' CHATTY old told that will room. of the Order of the Eastern
be encouraged THE newspaper unjust. \\c hope you "
"
'is to
I had
hurt
Don't
still "upplaudcde by some of Inter limes. stay lung Star and the
I| 'oU,tlinUlLC. That exhtts, for (the most part in Men still have the idea "that the taking Evans Crllr)', the eternally young, was City have an opportunity to ",&"' al forgotten that I wrote it and" s t art. Hoj is a former Rotary moderator Club of Stu-of
awayof '
and i Is an lill-1I111".loInt factor Harry 1 Dyer Judge, was captain our mermaids in the near futureas .
now
a:; the timber'areas | propertie. and bringing in communiiie into judge; city of don't guar Dick Pop has the Presbytery of East Florida and
our = coupe
guest
.e ;,. in making tree farming possible! on u huge a commone wealth would make them happy of Stuart fire Department; Edward Mupp. Sincerely It yet because 1 haven't heard \ is at present the stated clerk of
who i il still active in Rotary was secretaryof hun With best regards
'1 very that servingon
: and ,flourishing.. Socialism had been tried tieorge Robertson Jr. a
tcale.The forest eternal has become a reality. titles More Plymouth Coktny it has the Stuart Club; A. O. Kanner long graduated Press InformationWeekl drop in and say hello when )00' two sutra ofafthe Synod
many }
:
=; to Stale Senator, Circuit Judge, and Ap-- Vachec around this way of Florida.
been tried man> taws Sl"" ". It has always Springs Sutccrel.
front which he i. semi-retired.; Mrs.
Judge Harris
: bllLJ pcUte U a member of the
failed. It is alwu>s destined to teak IletIlU" it Dear Sir Th Editor
M wa a Mgonxis young Martin County representative Eastern Star and PX.O.: She a
.. The Stuart New will furnish photo print violate certain fundamental economic and pushing through the Kanner Act (josh. I dfdn't even know you an honorary member of the national
: ol izeI UP to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture mufil laws that simply will not. .be l.lat"oJ to allow "hnd-huJened f1t.lti.I&in' 0.Iu.- read our paper.. You must he referring JUt) ARIICLCABOUT UMCU" commission of ecumenical; \

's. taken b* the> NEWS staff for a charge! of $2.00 "As il they wefe wiser than Ckxl.!" tricla a way out; and Mrs, IL H. HIJ"'Uft10" to an editorial "FI.rkla,i .SUUJUL.M A. HAKKl* relations and i it currently active in
: for the tint print and $1,00 for any additional president of the P r A, the Artificial" 'which i appeartv! Editor Stuart Newt the East Florida Preshyierod, ten
Ordered from the wine negative' theY rinse weeks ago The article m the Nov. 5 Presbytcnui Church of mg as second vice president and
prints Honest, haven't by Ale B. Uhrticar) about Te,. program chairman.
tun I., larger aizel" quotation. Bo 1) Scout feeder. W trope "Re 1Cl11l'1Cr AS f'OMLVoiY other names. well, time we ntthini.I
lama ilspecial 'EF excellent It is full ...
( so hit
against Ntceki. \>ach e. or elver, was awurning former p* The Harnm have children.Junes .
N" '* employ men If1.1It'r.* lost In the woods' at night has taken of them but live on in UK two
they
car
get I for
hewnews advertising or 1I ..t1IMor the (.rest MA. fact .iqcq'ml it at Marta h* "wa in bun. a sophomor at Indian
: graphs ewept for and your htttriflfs tram' the sky A glow will, indicate old' newspaper the "best and only real historian tcrpwc. or any! of the other maN. relerellCe.I ift El Paso., Tex. but had pre Riser! Junior College( and Judith.

:,i JIIUD4I of Tfc, StuaA. New. the nre<4 shopping' center," New, of our town. Thanks, Chick, for bringing it attraction in tact we are sours I Mr*. Lester H. Avis served) pastorale* in Mich- a junior in Mania County Senior
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r in -4 Black..:! Earth. \\ I me. around running a plate showing a beauty Cortm, Long Mtod, N Otuo laotaiu, sat IBinoa, High School
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, Wilson D. Short ,,'"n" ni'' >Ifi'ni .Nho, i,mpc1, t I ..... -. -.-- ... ... .._. .,.... .,.... r
""d.1 II,is picked" i up| in l ti..mdK.r, fS' .l. I Haven, in I SI, Cm ins I : rid. Go TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWS 1 i sursday. November 26, 1964( 5-C
She ishis
wa \ to ihuiku\ 'rite who
\H ,.
/ this week; and uill, be re has her ,
Being Returned turned hue given ncItem and henjoyed An American Bankers Associ' A Bureau of Advertising study
lor the
cnlenlOg.Ii. association; with The
} alien revels that 4,691\ shows that of
J turvey
I fight out ten women
I isV ilson! D !Short< who hail \ Stuart News and like General 1
On Arson ChargeA l.iiUsd to appear for McArthur "I l will be back" commercial bank plan to spendan look at food ads in their newspapers -
sentencing t in
.
estimated :04,000.000 f I making a shoppingtrip
l-cbruary |%t. |In ( handler he r .
I man who was tried in 1964
and The
found guilt of waa uueMioowl .recently. hv .1 lo- Zihlmans Take .
arson i n Martin --- --
c.il polite, officer who loi lIncrh' 4 I Turkey Tournament I. .

lived In Naples. Ah hat answers t to
(Ihe nl l. I Mr and Mn Charle Zihbnan. I I ,
HIT
s
quvklHMUi did not jibe I I II t
took the
loto951Je666 the Honda Sheriff turkey first!) prize for the OI
Bureau I inI best hall twosome at Martin I t i .
I 1.llIdhol"cc1 I l n ga eM
\
'" toflUitcd Illntu)11 and Coumry Club
Depth Shcnft Hcisk-v is scheduled 4M s IoA w unilay. ,with a !salve: of 65 Z
to nuke! the trip to Arizonato In a five-wav lie with scorn of I
pet yhnrtiEIEllNj ya I f 6 were Mr and Mn Dick fluke '":10I
------- Mr Mn
I i and Jack kuhlman Mr. I r"R
1 and! Mn Don O'Kellv. Bill Snow. SIIN

i I Aden and" Nina King and George :I:
Perkins and Mattie I'adova.
I Tied with scores of h7 were Mr. g ,I.et
( 1 and Mn Bill Gladden! and Mr .. 4 l MTWSI$b mt1
((
and Mn-Padova.- -y ) t 1Itl04Tr

Automobile tires with I t radial W
aids of glass fibers .ire being Id
tested They are I believed t to give
longer tread tile lower tact COltlumplion t1
and better d N air, WAS*
| riding quali
lies '

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MUFFLER
: ... ..
a rfNr. CWT #* SHOPS
a1k.
For Your + I ,
*
{
? I IDa v
fy..a... r1 \ Installation + '
15 Minute !.V-rvk-e ,,
Holiday Wines LOIS OF. SIO\ and fireplace fuel m lint pile of \\'01.1. It is on a vacant lot at Sixth and! MiCorJin VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN Facet Muffler, lallpl|>e
V.r Ywr .*.....* Diiak In stock fur all )
< ran .
Calm Most of the wood TZ .
City in from Australian pnu that Mere blown down by lUwrioanoClco.
WK love LUNCH Guaranteed In writing sty
And Liquors L. U. Wall.ho bad it cut: reports that it it might) tough to split. I I N
STUART DRUG CORP. !,MId a* long a* you own ,d 1
--- '" L.. C rt..t' D '-I'" )our car Honored i by 400MUw "

Stop in atferry's __ ,. 1/ ..w_ Mrv Hlunch. Moitlgomcry hahcen !> ,. -- THL 'At.L- .. r'o. l--, i I Shops.. NailiMiwIdeHOSPITALIZATION

visiting her uster. -in-law, Mr. ------.. -- -----
Ocean Breeze
Anne (Claire who has returned to

-' J Park News her home in New jersey PLANGVRNIU1)

Mn. Harry hair la expected
RENEWABLE FOR LIFE "'ORI.UmF. COVERAGErNROU.MKMr
__. i ('orre"I" Ddenl home In a few days after a uicccssful -
I : operation, in Martin Me NO AGE: IIMIT : : NOW OPEN
If* lime to Ilk turkey about .H morlal hospital PA\S MtDICAL DUS., OMLOPATIIS AND NAIIONAL HOME LIFE
Automobile Insurance Did you CHIROPRCIUKS ASSURANCE COMPANY:
The Cl de
know that the financial! RefcjMMMihility > Kedmgcrt were Frank flabcixk hat gone to visit !" HORIIU RK.SIDFNTS ACCEPTED FORM CRP; 6JAGKS
Law la. becoming quits kurpriwd Tuesday when the his daughter In Mini and) while
liicrea.siii Jay Lopes from Zcph\rhilk and! there will, enter a hospital for
|>ly wide Nprtitd Today : 0KRUNIHR:
Automobile Insurance II the Carllon DinMiiorc irons" I'ulni. treatment. 18-50 .. ... $235 MONTH 66 $510 MONTH
out only advisable, Its _ntllli. elto came: lo visit. Iho three men Many private parties art planned --. -----
are the only surviving member of for the Thanksgiving' holiday AGKS51AS:
a claM that entered school l u>gcth> $375 MONTH' II $100 MONTH
er in IWI The men huJ not keen Mrv Bernice Garm and Mrs, _
euch other m sixty' years Mildred Icnwuk left \Vednevlay, SN 11.:6 rill....' l'urnlt.hI.: Free information
for vimt .
with Mrs.
John Scilhamcr front Pomciana/ Gordon a lllDl., and family iurm'i in Surasoto. non-, N m. ....... .. .. .. .......... .. Aft .-
Gardens visiicd' Mr. and Mn Florida I Icnlth I t I Agency! AddreMCity ....._. .... ...... .. ... ..._

Rohcrt Seal riday.1 Mrs Rosy Infield: I Is leaving P. O. Bus 191, I.'orth., Florae ..................... .,. Slat. .. ._
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd I Sanders for two or three month at the Sea
206 Osceola AT 7-9745 have arrived for their second winter --- -- -- -- -.- -
here after spending' the minnicr .
ij in Cuscville Mich 0
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1710110.1 01 Mrs lorcnte Ticrt
NOW ROLLING IN. ken are !sorry ti> (learn of the death
)1 of her tKlI-in.loIw. Minnie Conway),
;L who had visited' here with hi" dSOLDO'S

n' ,., ... America's most t popular I cars,! here.wife They made many friend mm

'IiI Mrs. Molly, Iliittcifuld has arrived -

...'::' ";" ...... .. So place veer/ order v d 'p r I cahaiu: nit Vvcnlh Mm .., .
. .... ... r new kuidj>.'65 CJ\mroktfa\ ', right for vouJtij &
r Mr and' Mn. Krn King from
Punic (Lure. Viicbvc t unadj.
hue l been 'friends Mr. and
visiting' ,
Jj' r !Mri ll.irryMr Lewis.

...
: and! Mrs Willard Bninne MARKETIN
ii; ;- hive, returned from a short visit. .
with his sister at "Uinllllio"" Key.

.... Mrv Ruth "Philips. from MJchusrtlk -
i<< 'V hat bought )In. Wil
lard Haunie't cabana: at "Pepper
and' Sixth: Mm aril! it eWdbbnliedin
it. HOBE SOUND

'ft CKitrolH Inpata Sport Coops
Mn. liner MjcKcii/li) hat re-
iirned lo her hiHiie in Keene. N. ROUI: A-IA S.IIOPPIX" : ; AREAtfbe
'65 Chevrolet Impala Ito longer, lower, wMer-vlth! eomforU Uutll tv many II but will return later: in the, "'..-
expensive can feeling bit envmua.IS 'sun. I Featuring the world's finest name in imported and

I Iriday afternoon ten and oiw domestic groceries fruits vegetables meats and fowl.
-L- I hill luhle engaged In duplicate I ,

/7 ,,- 5'r. bridge at Clement 11+11.1 he North t t. We offer the experience of 25 years of serving many of
and South }
.' .s winner: were that: / Wil-
I mull and Otto <:isahasc firM; Mr the finest homes in the Palm Ikaches. We invite your
'' and! Mr. Charlci Mallhct, nccond: ,
and Mr. and Mrs Jack Watwrn. S.S.Plwcr Ca. inspection.
I' third; The I'*" !andv! > t winner
,were Mn. Skinner and !Mr Lillie,
first; Mr. and' Mrs Bohn !second FREQUENT DELIVERIES 546-5590oR46-6173
and! Belly How-en and Marsha ,
M<.rlu ch were third. _
""' ..MM Super Spot Coup
or Mn. (lena". IXriU to vuilmg Choice Meals and Poultry/ Fancy Fruits

'65 Chevella. Malibu Jt>i imoolKer, qut..ffr-with va'avanabl. that com on up rends, in Hollywtxxl and MIMInuna '
to 350 hp atrong. That'a r ht-350. Sthra/t/ u vniiing relative
in Miami. Noisettes of Lomb Opening' i Crcnshavv Melons

Mr. and Mr, hid Tyler from Individual Filet Mignon Casuba Melons
hatham. N. J., have returned U
; the park fur the winter We art Honed Squab Honeydew Melons

-. entered sorry lo the hear hutpiuL thai Mr. Tyler has Honed and Stuffed Game Specials Cannonball Watermelons

John Kcr I h in Martin. Memorial lien Persimmons
'llosfiuil' for a ch< Ken arrived from their NXIM i in Ferrilo Pears

= # Pennsylvania two weeks ..,,. Prickly Pears

) Mr and Mr*. Stan t Grauber
VS CFerg Q K. fnnn Cochin. Saskatchewan Canada Imported Cheeses relate RIM 89c Ludy Apples
arc In the park fur the winter Of lILY ..... It.
and are enjoying, ito many .
'65 Chevy U Nova lt', the livtlieat. liandnomMt thing (fiat ever happened U thins thai the paiL offer lo ail Imported Fort Salud
thnit. VS'a vaikbl with up to 3W bpi resa.ents.Peggy. HO.MI C'UIUJ Vreth Vegetable

Muik. item Harrell. (Jr.1 Italian Hcl Pease M. I NrW

liar 1 lowers Cimnn Iliknun' Imported French Uric ItJl\f.V'IUlIn.n 69c IMPORttllB :

'lrt Trudy entertained twenty .n.1 tM' tram, .. w .CUN L.NDIVB: ': ... 98e
"' bin at card" at the Rio Civic C I Danish I I 11?:rom 0*

... .a/_. .. mold kr Wednesday of lliankigiving afternnon.was ,carried The Imported French rRrAII IHOKNll'KKKYS F Watercress

out beautifully.In every way. He Cumembcrt ,,., .. .- 49c Hibb Lettuce
frethmeni *ervc l and many.
Jai and high and low nrlwert Shallots
pven. It wa a uy and delightful Cllt'CICSIMIt

A.-r.. 51.d C.ga m autumn planned for party the Many soasurt puts are Delicacies ........ ." 49c Celery French Knobs Artichokes


'65 Corvalr' Core It' rrfr. k', rownUr-U'i a Comlr meluUra all over kiln!Mn.Idaho Ort. ,Ciunphell.ha returned Iran. to Poca-her Fresh VAI.LVhD.tlE'IRGINIk Jerusalem Artichokes
agora With more rear-engine power. cabana. on BrowJ Street Her her Caviar
IIAM(. %sluIE Fresh Mushrooms
jl/rv to are,fmo fry /n till! can more jrtyJf buy! I band .passed away Uii funimer.. .1 OK our .. 59c

Order a tun Ckttnltt, Otn U, Chtry !l. Corsair or CarttUe now at &akv'ge. _. jour ;I 1.lId a* weal! in Clement llall.. 0111 ME IIAVf: llydroponiu'romatocs
i their rnoccuve duy*. Tuesday and nUll ClllMMrT
sill I Thurxlay I OK AltrrlNU Tiny Cocktail Tomatoes

The Saturday ..,tIC Jason= was

Bill Greene Chevrolet Company ouM dancer tucceWul"ker. Uu...-theft-..tie. mousy 'Yon can buy with confidence at Sold n', Market and know you will enjoy the finest

i Mrs rrance Scranton from I I in foods, gatheredrang all over the world.

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fr-C THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Thnwday' November 26, 1M4 U ........., '.. ...... '. ...4:. L WJI:>. ..
Advent Wreath St Jude News I Directory pf f ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

JUPITER NEWSMM.
Organizations Directory

Story is Told A Day of i4dl eat f the worn- BAIt-ITS' IFICOnll.-4as.a .

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS leOVERNMENTAL OROANIZATIONS ANNA MINEAR, Correspondent Phone 74M643 en of 'spa;, snoitheir l. FOAMAN a. .

Ahwholko) ..,._ Mr CammloamaMayor friendsDec jfelyOemmtuilcm
Wed., lilt p.m. 1. H. Community Clank -Hoy 0....* -I-I UUYtS! ,. l4pry and the meaning of IrOO La. ramfly Oiaimanlon aa4
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Amateur, Radii Emortoncy CSIS.or4Jns1oO.org < ) 11I08. S *... OHF Baa then 2 sir1 Caiuaa %*kpnl

80' C.., ...... AualUarr : Cast Coastal ; 1rct 'fs. ttfforat nSt. 1:.0*.m. Mefahui aad Sermon
PlayersShows st.t -aadwr Haly OemauitKnTTo4r
IM JUr*. I p... J. Baum. of Upl .

...... Guard. Aux. Bld.. Jr RJ -t a.ax Holy'" .....
"FIt: ;r.j r.-,. MM* ;Rc. & 'Id AT 7-251 Tkaradie-It ... Holy .

..... "ooe:"! Variety of Talent (Flrot Tkurtday HeaHna-
_' :?bOUthOI.SN : ]::1 f'riduI, ..a Uolr .." :
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.4.us .. ,..$..- W gull : AsifMBLY
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._.. Ford :: CIa_ Tee Volts Fart Flan*
AtlJ. <
"' I_ !:&!. pm iCy KKV L H. Nlro- Ua .
;p-'I; I "L Ban ---- asp'buonb Bniday
Tusi. ft The 0(
Third Bent Sport a three ootstia. .
"'. .. Court"o", &lIb @fat4dthe Miami : boOt tilt: .lr Wadnwdar
Caeauut .Park.Herts 5b.su ., .. act comedy by Elinor and Lee r4\1 II ,HI* a-m. Mornlnf Wanhlpt
,,._ o...? I .. C.I0.... Those plttttping attend areabkCd ttt p.m. Thor.. Blbl study frayar LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
BltCCeral IIlI..dII R' WIII..UII> .. Bayer will be presented by the A Mjllipn! Dollar Th Aveqg .. to male rsCrv4siis with (ill .. 8un4 y. Vutk S.r,lo* :
... Wodn..... .t 11_.. 1 ooarth..1ooM. Coastal Player. at Salhaven Audi. mari AJYCn( Sunday and; the be- cars Ti*O ::.. bieuu.lliU i Scnrle w. p: -- i"l

Cr.i Civil ."i1i.: ." n." ...I.. C'lIlo. torium. Dec. 4. 5 and 6. This>> sec- VWW tfthe., liturgical year ligmfres will*'.leave Ford. '"6Z6.: 'm. .IRST .APTIST-SOD S. Aim* AaBBV _I H. 0. 'AT&I
Real n. BetioaLJl
Estate Deal
PlMldollt-niiirlM A .....1Mo and : .lu.d.1'
presentation of the young eternity in its circle; eternal J Jui FORRBST WATKO4S. Paatoruaday
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let Sun.. I pm. ('buuty O.urth.uu.Pr..hod.i .. p.'. CourtkonaaSrkoof amateur theater group offers a life with th e greens, penance with Te day include confer .. l...

AoMcmtloaP BoardThal.unua..a.ft.nrp. the three M *. private spiritual readIng alt: a.... Worahlp Krlea HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-ladlaatewaIH.
maximum
...,....."-Colonel. Q. V. Bottim 0. Kindred of entertainment.. Tequesta Sales Corporation headed purple candles, and joy ee. reflection i and beticuition. .:4. ...I"nd. SekoalII XAV1KB. fENECU.' ida

M>*t* *a lull l.d Mo.. Tilt p.rn.. ..urtbou.Ten' The cast of the new and remem by John P. Kurtz, took over over the approaching birth of an4 the Siv >0< urn.. 11..1.. Wonbl ., ,... ...., .
will be served by Tnlnlni >
Car4ea Quk ., Stuart al Sewalli PoInt bered player it directed by Mrs. the ownership of the remaining Christ with the one rose candle. Lunch 1141 ttta p... T.hiol tl. /. I. QoafeorfoST. "" .110
I1llnt-Mr.. John W. RaaMy M.I. Mernuolln'id The l celebration of the season ten at the Cenaclc. W.de.aday. : 4 '
Oryl William .
Sad MeL 1:10 >.m. Woman Club Wed.. S '... .Taw* BaD Hobe Sound a lots in Tequcsla Country Club I is carried out by having the Jude'i Christian Mothers Till ,... ...-' Prayef Serrjo* MAlY" EPICOPA
tfO'I..... Pork CIMa AMclatla member of the Riptide Player of community and the Beach Clubin can S. 1 W REV ARTHUR A, $urT. Hector
PftooId.n.1 l Montillo - - - Stuart. The large cast includes Jupiter Inlet' Colony from dies lighted at the evening meal part in Diocese of Miami PALM CITY BAPTIST-4Mb al MCr4HtNBY $und>y llto m.. Holy-

lit II..., .,Ill p.m.. Pint National" ) Bank POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS player from south and north as Charles O. Jr. in followed by prayer The young Census Day Nov. 22 Fifty-five TATDM. raat.r ttov a m., Mvrnlnir Prarer $1 Eiuharl
Martyn
a Irdl 411
'."I."I._ Civ to ClubPreoMenv epublloaa Club. .# ....tta Cauaty well a. Jupiter-Tequesta residents 025.000 purchase last ,week. ,- est child in the family lights a volunteers met with Father Jerome (t Luau.41 t.m... Sunday. School 11I'0.. sobS) Boll : :In.School I.
Oradr Snltktik Praaldent"Jamx B.>WaUoalepuklfeaa purple candle on Advent Sunday. J. Martin Monday briefing If.I.mining Union.. It DI a.m 'b": : (lot and
Jackie tilt
Brett an attractive mother Martyn, developer of Tequesta, fm Ird. Jtbl
| MOD! Ip Women Qua *l Mania The 7141 J-m. EvealaaWorakl* ; Pr"o Ind and'
Ca following
Sunday the eldest and instruction.
Jeaiea Beack. c...... Club Proddoos-W. Arnold C..., I of five who lives in Tequesta Inlet Colony Waterway Village Tilt ,." Wcn..d.. Pray- 4thr. .'
P.I4.nt-Mr.. C.l.ln wll...* 41k Tuei., I ...... Irnt Rational Cork play the part of Helen Sayre. the and the Hunt Club was at one time child lights a purple candle. On Due to the Seat Influx of people .. TKundiy and 10HJO end am.Holy. Holy Darot Kuehariot.Tots .!

ltd Wed.... I p... J. B Woman'\ Club vt.C. Demoeratlo EaeauHv* Committee career girl turned bride. Mr joint owner with Kurtz and Walter the third Sunday the mother lights In the counties of the FIRST % -Pert Salaraa' Burnner B
I..... Boai-k \v_..'. AoimtlatleaPlwldonr C h.lrm.n. .Kdw.rd T. Murray 197.0m. Brett recently moved here from F. Lathrop. the rose candle for joy of the pa- Diocese of Miami since the 1959 O. 0 BPI Paatoltt4t .m. Sunday*. '
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-Mn. Mori MIIIIIIm.rd 8o..1.'d. "to dali preaching season' and the fourth is takento .. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF BLESSED
Clubboua. M..t..... o. .U Connecticut. census this census being .l"nd. .boJ TE
Moo. Sa 717 All rights of Martyn have been SACRAMENT Ckkk ., .
candle is lighted by the father. At F. Car. II Hit a.m Worohrpt:80 .
Junior Weman'a Club - - - Jackie' on-Mage husband Doug assigned to TequcMa Sales Corporation enable Bishop Coleman ,. DIG BKV. W. THOMAS LOUCKS1010 \

PreiMent....11... 0'ir Cromwell RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Sayre Is portrayed by Joe Hen the Christmas time. the candles are roll of Miami to know the diocese flit ....,. Evenlnv' Worehlp u... Cherub gakool

lad )f.... I ,.... Woman Club. OJ...>> Friendly. ......... derson of Stuart. Joe is a project including approval the of changed to red and red berries added better! If will also aid the pastors Tilt p... Wedaeeday e Pray* I. I ill aja. Holy, XacaarlatCHRIST
all house However lull.
Marti County A.d".... Society Board. Deader-Mn. Jack. Wkltlcar engineer! at Pratt & Whitney Air plans. corP to the greens to turn the table of each parish Cb.1 MIMURL.I. island
J...e.l Tan.. 1 at n_. Mm Farrmt ham* St. to the Community Association\ the There are approximately 250 BEY. JACK PETINANDIC '
Jeonik Guild craft.A Mn. Ford was also' surprise gift CHURCH OF"COr>- ......,._
M C. Aitoclatlon. nr III...... Health Prwldant MM |4war< Elcoella real live TV weather-gat responsibility for approval of families registered at St. Judet. tt4l a.m. Sunday SolioclllOO REV KVtKKTT MOSS
pre.ld.ut-R... Conoid Sfhroeder" lot Mon, lpm, oI Gwcn Foster, of Juno Me, ucast chairman and' presented t wreathto $ am. Mornlnc W.,.
1'0 also .. Ititt Sunday Srheaf
..... plans, according to an announce The Christian Mothers are ... Union -.
Beef Mrs.
lad Thiim. The Louis Matfisciano! the gift sn. p. TremOrs
St. Joeapk Nam in the of the junior } aloe a. MornlnitWorontfil
Holy Society part perfect ment made by Kurtz He also said taking part in the sixteenth annual Tl4l .. B..nlB. Worahlp .
it Amerkaa Caaoar *tWFUbalrmiw Pr.eld.nint. winner. .
C. ttapter Roomarln .
-Mallory I.h.... > Ikur. .befora, laa SUB" ', I p.B!', Sokool executives wife. Marge Ronhms. that they have no immediate plans Mrs. Thomas Alfes, nominat. Thanksgiving clothing, CUection. I,4 p... Wdna. Prayer Mrtm(. ilO :: :lrl.pl"E *
Her tale about her play.
Martin Memorial Hoopltal! AlICIa. .. - -- - for the Beach Club property Ten ing committee chairman, presented sponsored by the Rele TROPICAL PAM BAPTIST-Mwjr.TtLtWIS
)'l.ld.ut-Mrl. But Slonrhnrner BOYS SCOUTS OF AMERICA acting children could be true ,tince (alive plans have !been' made to the Services in New York, a P..t CIIC OF THE OOOD SHEPHUU>-
slate of
lat II.... flral HaUoeal >>.Da .TUAIt (he hat four of her own at home1 officers for the ..4 a-m. 8 rd.r
subdivide the north end of this in
Troop coming year and with her commitce participated by some 1,0 II am. Mornln WorahlpIi4l RUV. ELVER L. ALLKN
M...'. Garden Chikrrenldcnt "oo-8".utm..Io. Robert Peck Dave Bogue. of local and Iidianapohs ,
-Rny W. TrW Wed.. Ito p.m.. American .."lonli.U > properly into oceanfront lots. members. Mrs. Frank Batus Catholic parishes over the p.... Tralnlnc Union 1..0 .Nol" COm.u.lo.

T.JO ,.m.. M. C. Acr. Bldf.Martin Skip 40S-AdvWor, k.rl: Oelp racing fame play I Financing was handled through and Mrs. try in November! SolO: pm.: EvmlDC MldwMk WonhlpttOt U.OO .Paotsh Ea.ba." Iosneaa
Theodore PrayarDUNKLIN
Thor... 7 p.m. lII.th. Cburuh Alb.o,St. Chuck Robbins the perfect execu Wells" conducted pm. Wxt 0 Sunday '
County Rotordtd an.....'. A.... bquadr.a 444-Ajvlior, ltd: Klrkhart United Capital Corporation hea4. the election Mrs. Theodore Wells, who is .0 IboL
tive. JENSEN BEACH
who lives In MEMX BATIST-l.dt'etew.
Pre.ld .t- Rolwit BattermonIrdThun. ,-h urn' Tpm.Meth: Church. Albany St. Dave Waterway ed by Jerry Thomas, 'and the First Mrs. William Forbes in charge of the collection here Skylla, Del,.. Jeaoea MMUNJ.
.. Tiltpm. Com.Rm.ONItWuth.l Cob Pooh 410-Cubmanter:: P.: p. Hternelp Village is a Pratt & Whitney do- was reelected HKV; TED Loll .
4th Itor.. TlSt Cathoilo. School Bank, of Jupiter of which R. Rich president Mrs. Oblaczynskii that a special appeal is being It Hit S... Sunday BoSoel lOts NIWTON M. TWtKDT
pm.
.....". .. AaoMlalloa. signer an4 i il one of Paln\ DeachCounty' ; Stanley says (lot, a.m. MomlBC Wor.hlp soob a.n. Sunday School
P.ui.lurt.--Mrl, Borhara AnD Linda,, ** Cub Laat Peck 43G-Cubmsit.r, F. Ita....- model : ard McCord is president. The vice I c: president; Mrs made this year for bed and household : S pm. Tralnlnc blobs t:10 a.... Mornlnt Wonhlp
lIlt Youth CenterJENSEN leading .1
Ith) Hon., Comm" of loll office 110.1 pm car build Trust Department of the First Ma- Eugene Wehaee secretary; In d : linens for hospitals clinics, I p.m. Worahlp 8.1. TiOO pm. W.dnmduy. I.nlo, Choir
ers and racern.Holdovers Rente I inS ,...
BEACH t J' ", Seme
Palm. Uk-Cecil Park Meltnn Clvta Aau.ulatI.iPruuldunb Troop -8eotlmMUr.. 11,,. looked" from 1 last spring's I rine Bank; aNa headed by Thomas! Mrs. James (.ireen. treasurer orphanages and other institutions .W. JEHOVAH'S'fb..d. .

Ird Monday:, Flnt National Bank Weil.. hot. p.m.. Community Hall production of and McCord it serving as the Mrs. Edward Edmimster review Ali remnnts for bandages and I IT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaal tub St.H brIny-I p- WTUSIBr .

Cub W.d.Pack# l 401Cubmuter pm.. ..CotnmuOltlNull"H., Qnlnn4th ton Slept Here"George fill out the Wa'hina.j other' agent. ed "Wife Desired" by Leo J. Cas- surgical dressings. D'iCrvina needypersons I ndaV l.iVa ia11 t rL' tt :00 II. .nd.y, -'ilt.. Bible Study .
Pehn City Car*** Cluk Cub Pack 4OI in were :1 Thersoo-7ouG..lliol.tojt5.b.ub$ 14*
Mabor PhllteyInd -Cubmanter>> O' r.IJ key roles. I sellini the monthly book review. I Week darn MOB |
ProKlilonMlilll .
4th W.i" Prn0LdIOt
Till
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Thura, ttl ..m. CM 0.0_ FPISCOPAI UY AI.TY Mrs. Joseph Lang was appointed, aided in last year's drive. I Haturday
... "" Local Boy Scout Leader Bill' I Conf*.. .I-It I :'. ail Tanndayabfor REDEEMER LUEAN-
aka City Clvta I OrtaalndMProlil SERVICE -CLUBS: ; II\NKR Catholic Charities chairman.. Contributions may be left at the t. of aianta, 4 ill t as,. ROaDla' .
Haas.oho played the humble MrKtmber ... .
till Tilt lilt CoOS '
n-Andy Zvllnlekl .Clvi''.. Club .1 IJpartPr.utd.ot.Aaro The Church of the Mrs. Roland Rainville announced church at residence of t p.. IIao .
lad. ,..., ClTlo Center in the last play revises die ; Episcopal hal 0 th .1" Sunder Bhol Blbl Clam

P.I....... CardMii CIvU AaenladMPtOTldeat ... II BOOB, Townhouo Buet.w.d. JIa.tenreo., character completely to become tne : Good! Shepherd held its annual Christian a series Doctrine of Confraternity workshops for 0 f Mrs. Wells o Phitadelph Drive II ST.Hob*CHRIST'HU'I. CATHOLIC-. (HRIST THE IG'Lt;

.Mon.-I Her.P...I.. ..W.....klarooaIM I ladlaatowa. Itl...... Club '. i iW effervescent tales manager of a 'I Junior Loyalty Citizen's Dinner Sunday at the the making of visual aids for the or Mrs. Joseph Lang, Tequesta Mu.... 1 and S a.,.. Bund. JupIter skeiN PJOHNSOM. Pauses

Pr..I4.b-.Jurn.o-&lee.. company owned by John Wagner building Drive. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST tint km. chnnh Bchoal -

F FW"'c'_!';.. Benaoa Aaoaclatloa .... 11'1' ,.... ....D. las played by Sill Mcl r of Bermuda I Some 150 members and guests catechism Klimiski Jr.classes.will conduct Mrs. Joseph the' TUT.-784. Lout OM,. I& 1015 p,tt .....1.. .,'. Glee Wenhlp'IRST *
.lI.rnn.
lId Bondst Sohool
heard Rev Father James B. Ras-
...., Cl..lo Center .. Terrace. LPGAI ADS 5IsTiIiMF5TIn .
... .... 11..1.... 0.0. Jeaaea .11 Lima Club I workshops, the date to be ; : llrt am. Moraine: Wonkla ME'rJtoDIs-saoo A
Thar Sapper nick
t .Id.n'-1I:4: Schmidt rector of the, Church of the I ttt rai.: W d.i TMtlmonlal Mt f sly, ALLAN R STUART e. .
Pert lalern. .. CIvil Defoneeplrohoao "t-lrd W.d., Tilt pm.. ..,.....'iJupll.r.H.k. In everyday life Stu is a sue Good speak on "The ed soon TUB Cifll IT ( ?I RT OK WISH RoutIng R. US F..I.l r MS Your t.4l am. Mernla Wnkb

.. Ind, Tueidij. TilP ,... .. Based RlwanU. Club cessful director of commercial motion shefherd.) Stewardship" Installation of the new aAnOUn:1:1 A Kl\ril lit KOH Jl 1114 MtKTIO Ml 4IHIIIT I toll TV.craWls Iv. Around. I .b. B.t. 1 Oitt .... Chunk ..
: a m. P.BI. Hi
pictures and the father ** a.m Momln(
Rle CIvU Club Preildent-liokert' Harp proud I Is scheduled for Dec. Worship
rnre.hl.nt.-.Jurb. Shomerttaart Men, t pm, Jopller Lit* 11. of five. A progress report on the new North Palm Beach t nl'0' FI'NIH..' allIS CHURCH OF CHRIST-42S PaUa Sub.RdBItUOU 7iUO, pm. Youth rslut..hipi
_..T.CIu". ""- .. j sanctuary, now under construction ;. Country L.15t'AN( I Mlnlotw TRtNITY METHODtST-Jea.mi .***
Rtar Coked Stuart ; .
W_'. ClubPrOLIlne. Hreoldant' -.-Or. boned B.: Alit.\ .. Bilfie who filled I the part : was heard The building designed iccording to announcement made MAlL l'I.lnltt. > I G01Bnl HtV NEIL CUASAIXm I
Cornellu K vaomafIrd of the dYtn( delicate by Mrs. Thomas chair. I' Itttl .. BIlL. StudylltOt .i.l .. Sunday School
Wed, )llIt 'f n a conditionin Browning, 'nVxcia .
Wtd.'tdt' tit.i Club.bulidloCt.b.t.I. ; .P' '''. !M!! by John.Stetton Went Palm w GiUFFtN. f a.m. Wonhlp and Conmaio* J l:0t a.m. Worship Ser.lee
CanIoa Group ...., Stuart Klwaala Club "OeorlWashington"/ so well.i Beach architect, will seat 250 people man. Mrs. Browning will be assisted eSur. tutl ,. Zv.sto. W.. Till pm, Bvenln* Worship, lit aa4Baaday
Ch.I _M... It...... I. E.... Pn.ldent-Dr. a Haaadale RIpaoBThura also! switches personalities to become by Mrs. George Mahoneyand f r .d..I.. Wsdnoaduyif and Saod.n.OSCEOLA .
..... horn.. .. Itlll ,....., Town Hone with a balcony for the seating ORDFIl: tttH I 51S'Ifltelifl ,... Mldwcak Blbl* "t oy
I.e W.d.. IslO the experienced advisor' in of choir members. Mrs. William Wilder. Reservations ; "till: KM InUT METhODIT.
- - - Stuart Hl-Steppen Squar Daao Club the ways of corporation wives in thirty must be In by Dec. 1 I. Oellre .. Appear) TiE CHURCH OF 5Kv. D. B. KNIGHT JR. .
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Pu.otdunt-Ghllurt DoueeThuro Mrs James S. Brink County FTtOM TMh OF *LOrtIpFranrla .\ BILLIe ) .GOo. fi4l a.. Suaday SeboolMoraine
Rota Seuadtwldent .. S ..... Youtfc Ceote Third Best\ Sport Both Billie Line Road was in charge o( the Hostesses for Thursday' meet. \TTh IttOI .. Outdo School i lOt *..: WorablB

-Dr. William Mrr Stuart LI... Club and Bill Haas have had amateur (the1 Dinner. ing were Mrs. James Rout, Mrs : W Qrlffln. Earl T Olhraon 1 4 l.o.... Mornlnt Wonhlp wo.., Mlo.lonary: Soolety meet*
., a pm. Community Cotaf .hl.n..KII..o.a! Sohnarbuiektnd4tk Loyalty and Loulea cllherwon html; p... binning Worablp. W.1. .hnuh05o5.b at IMS .'
.... Pier( experience; Billie In her na Luuus\ Si me, Mrs. J. R. Sweat, and wlfo whan rout,5oo.drooa 1-JO ..... 1".... prartr
Wed, T .In.
1t Tow BOM
uernl Boack Area t live, Nashville and Bill in Kansas Mrs. Frank Sardinha. Mrs IN Vlrrt-n. Illlnula. Adam Wine sot Till p.m. TbQ'!. Y.P.K. p,4 p..Prarer Senrta
Pr..ld.nt-l.nk. Fortb.rfnd Itaar Bar.ptlu.lsI Club JAYCEE TURKEY MIOOT 1.eon-j PatherlneC' .. "" and wit. I !" 'Tr. Board ct Stewardl Sal
$ I Moa.. dlno"' ". I II... Puo.hl.oO-l..ulu.-..; ard Sojka. Mrs Peter llvrr .'-- .t. Ino.. .a .b"t. liirlrta THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST .. oath ateatatIOUTHEMN

) Pert' Selene lot 'rho... noon. Fu>mln.o Hotel City.Roy Garrett of Riviera Beach. Jiipiter-Tequcsta Jaycees held s and Mrs. Lionel Smith ...rlo..lon. Eon T, (b..on., wh... iConartiatloaol: Palm City METHODIST t&m
SrI Thura. noon, ADObo,... Yaoht Club Till- HCV WILIIAM E, WIIJ OK. Paotor
0. Biurb.uuTiurn.
PreeId.n-I.: hoot Inolaniown I.Jr.n. spy
n' .. with many acting roles and $SOCKI" turkey sjevjjnf {own on; fbi., aor.. Alkm .. CHARLEI O. IItNNIT
lad I f Ireboao* y.ire.ioa I' Bittern ******* It'oa"o! 1..tt .4 church 8..01 ISO
.'.. '''I.-.M., n (Ttonny) X,l.on experience in. directing fit. right ( Saturday and IlRISTMSZAAR WI.. .vhlna and oat and U: T It 4aurary pr*. ItMt ::iunday'Sckeol
; Tu.i., I ill p.... Pink Pant Into' the of Dr Sunday afternoons mn.n ofTliera ass ilirectori andtatutiiry I:. Laan*
_II' B, (Bonn,! N.I.o.I port Lockwood One hundred guests attended I trunteea rf klver Koreat. Itttt am t. I ..m. ".dn..d.,. Wont.I t &p-r
; ...Lid. fhurt.. I a.m,', t - - - Wilt ought to be an. economist but The chairman: In charge of the the Christmas bazaar luncheon at Into, a dlamlved Horld Corporalion .* "..Uo".hlpCOIIIIIIUNITY.n. Jill p p.m.. Tue.,1.. Meetlnc

Metad Monkanta DIvUU VETERANS OROANIZATIONImerleaa somehow turns out to he a philo o- sporting event was Htfz/ie lied. People Congregational Church I Hill I-art: fhamberimn II Chamberlain.I hunlmnd ant Mildred aii'1 ... BoaekBUY Tiltpm. Wodne.d.y Prarer Meetln

'/* OhuIrrnuo-tUt.awart Samokita Chamber BuUolafrRREMEN'1 Le...., I..... Beaak pber with view somewhat divergent well. who was assisted" by Jack Tuesday .I. wit..'. r..ld osoosudloora NRWTON ... TWIH.DY FIRST METHODIST ._

-:. ... -TkurM- id-4lb I'omm.nd.-.Ku.Moa.. I PM.,Urltnm....... Ball- from the people participating/ Hardm and Bill Quigley. Mrs. Ross Wade acted n gen" I New''O k'a.; 11U ito. 1, Lvonl.1"1' I:I a.n. Sunday hip ...01. sad Wot asP.,4 aa OEOHOIl, Iunday B. .Mrl.uuca

.: CONABIVATIONtc .... In the story, Roy is a salesman for The by sal I I. .... Sri ,".' Wr"1''"
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....... .......,. Am. Ladoa, ItaurtComm.nd.rChsrh.g prizes won sharpshootng eral chairman of the bazaar at I Who unknown ar wIt PEOPLES CONCREQATtONAL..J.pae .... ?
Pr..W..t.-Mr.- Vitirlnlu. flnd Fo...... KII... Deep Rock Bottling Company in Jaycees and their friends were which each circle took charge ofa I a. lIon cued, may In huob.nt. 'I EkV. III"TNAII A. MIL ,Jilt: p.m. Knalnt Weroir
and and (tk. FrL.. I ,.... ,..... Banmarlcan ttt W
..... 10._ ileerd meetIfli his f m. Thurodoy.Junior Choir
hours.
Tu. off-stage ih natural In'
dressed turkey. booth. Friendly Circle with I Af preo ar I solos ,. Chunk Srhool
Flu Bud Tu., I ,.m.. .... mtg. at '.Ib..., ".1.., 1.COm..lI. ......-. defendant 10 .,..; tills an Moraloc Worahh. Nanan ti4l ,.a Thuradiy, Senior Cbolr
= Moib. Frank OII b. another Pratt A Mrs. Harold Agnte in charge sold and tt:1 .durlac both aanloM FIRST PREJBYTKR..ep.pi. RI.. Sb.r.s

u..b..Id..c Wall..u...... klndr.lI. .tb Sat, I leo Whitney engineer and his grumpy hERE AND) 1111:RE handwork, the Mayflower Circle1, All unknown parlOrs ..1"lmlnl In.j Tilt ,." y..... Vipr Mrrloa It ICV. MALCOLM A HA5ltlhl.- Pudur

e, I., 1"rI." ,..... lot i.t'l Curb. A......... ....1.. Auiirlary.. ,.._ Baaok. wife. local I real I estate woman Mr and Mrs. Tim Dickcrson with Mrs. Winter as chairman. or toroet rlthrr by.of IhroiKth lh. Mid nr namvit r trndnntu any:' I '..1Q u. AD' ass.lilt .'YNK, LWRU" .Aa.l.taal

Ptmh.hunS---Mps. Emma Bnydet.) Charline have mal but sold miscellaneous while th .. hrlra, ., h.intnr.. .JRTIF"J'T"lfl' .m. Worh 8.
tee lunlo. Ceesrnvutluu Clubp. ...... Trnendly, | goods d.vl. I loll "m. Puudu"
.... I.II _. Btuurt Y.u'" c... Men, I pm.tw" Important role I m this their ,ir'lt51ag6' Souihview Drive. with their sons, Priscilla Circle with Mrs. Alto trmntrff. .... .I rprseontatt5o -' K OP Ft BIIP III '"no II ::00 ... Wohlp I.hol R.mIo.
.... I .
lion-
Aas.InOS L..l. ,10.l'oe. IT MiY CONlFKNi" f:tt .
AttaChev.lreehd.nIM and
Wesley Larry recently returned V.BJ \ Ceaple ',
Ituart lallilub ClubPr.uld.nuW. ,.: Therm Pro. ( play Phelps in charge had (the baked ora. ",.dUor or otherwlae clnanti 1' I Notice Or hereby clven ;that'the .u 'elo..h'
.....
visit In Pleasantville Pa
from I
B a Board
.lh Moa.. I ... LeUa' ; or County CoinmUalonera nf PUaYl1
.. ... _tin Balf PTA goods. tMWNI
.. S Bob Nichols. president and where they were she guests of and to* Martin (' Florida will eon.
w.t. r.- 1.0 Cua. lb. Mania Ceuoly Barrack, W.Wj Voteraa* sanitation specialist is The luncheon All unknown o.d.lml.'ln I duct a _FOLINCIp
!.. ; : practicingup Mrl. Dickenon'l aunt, Mr. clyde1lolden. was put on by partlea. havlnl W.e at lbs hour tut BlkCaau'ay
A. Kin hnT -
.MOP or of PSii:I A ) au noon thfreaftef, 'i
ORGANIZATION* t.'r.rr: B. Pemmukjty! Oatat, for'mother job by playing the En route they visited Mr. Mrs. Victor Sthott Mrs. Shirley Intorrit in the fohi.wln' uirsrrthodmoat ** the mailer ran I be beam. on. 1 1 nt a.m. Wonklp, :

I.M. Beaeh Flremea. .. Analllari Mania County Birraea Ao.lll,9 part Of the bellboy \\ho Marts the and blrs Gene Knau of Clayton tdw Mrs. Dan Mehane, Mrs. properly, altuat* I In MaiCounty IllS Martin: d*) of rMcember..!'ourhftoomn lift, at th* I tilt d* "pa...Yoolk Wei. '.II..h. Chubs
: Cmmty
_Mra, Merl.* Prolltt. Vreol.eot-.Mr. lI.tbN. hole- thing off Mrs James Crooks l'l..rld"1n.'lpto ( In Ulu- Ad.lt .t

I Monday, I pm. hI.... FH. I p.m. New Co.... Churchretaraa'i 'The Players, now rehearsing Ga. and Mri. Kelly Oglesby. assisted 1: In nf ISO Fwt fr... art lolda. ISo to ,"n.II..lh. .matter honor *WD."" Pleroe RIV. UNIAIA. FELWSHI

.> *._101...Batk...Waflk"81.Add._ "Fire papaitaMatr ChaIP.-Joh Cwtacll,,( W el( Merita Keller Count- '- -*' t rkHiJ/ 'will be ready with I aaughfillcd Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Lynn fly many other members of t h i lon. lM,.rlorso' H e PouthwotQuarter lion tofor*IU.eatabllnlied'U,. Klorlda puriiant$tstIop'as to Her '74.'nhlowohl 1 Heaway'. Oorvb.fin,... 'or. Lm.Pierce. .C...
of brIton 4.
en, -.. I ,.... Flreaomaart SrI. Muo., | pa., Stuart t.Ia.vF.w.e om* production on Dec. 4, nd daughter Deborah. of Char. Fellowship. flongo 41 &TownnhlpMouth ..ne'r..nl.lnlnl the lame effort the following delrrlbed Ruudu, Bbo! ISO, ..... Borsd.p 8u.d.

Balania Ftromen'. AvalUarrre.Ment Stuart when yoii can )Join them at Sal. lotte. N. C., are upending Thonkv 1'1.: AIH'RTI""I\'liT: : \: I U .rt m..r. or property PEC'T A.IBL.I.-

.' -Mary Catanaa Comm..d.D..t. AustIn haven Au4iloriunsor a dollar giving; week with Mr. Lynn's unt.An d ho follow. Mart at the Interaentlon or ,
.** Thura. I.0 ".... ftr.b.u.s ad'4tb Thar. 001.... .rial BaOdlM" Clyde Dickens Sr. and 'Mr. IM: TIllS <'01 HT OP WHIt I"(M" IM.H IN AMI run 1t"a at .*. ronnor tin* and th I Ml Snnday vaniollltJ: S.rvlm
p E.il Salera Valuataw Fir. Peyarlmoat 'U"'fl' cenltniis. or Martin .
Joknaaa V.P.W. l.rlls.tasuCornsu.dop.Jaspb Dickens at their horn on Jupiter s.at-vc,. KIOHI01 : tine Boulevard a* aliown on th* TI.( p.m. Wdaaday Blkl. StadyCETHSCMANE
01. Pre.ldee4bob.rt W. Preat. River Drive Mr. and Mrs. P C; M. IPMIIV to Vorthanr morn,r p05th thpnr plat, nr Dma HI l.uol T.'r '
.t4r4au..rlr.b.uia .. Po TakeA TIllS' MATTHi Oe" %i'opt N..rto (II.* 'IS toot: Plat Book Ida CHURCH 'CHIII
- it-lrd Sat tilt P-av. lasS. Scouts and >''r. andSirs. OR
of
Dicker Siarke.
t h entralirht S
TartS\! F14T\TK\: OKiitiieroiiiMt n1.h..I.rl" lIqI Reeord4 or CHRISL
; .r nAnRMAI. OIICANlZATION., Y.'.W. AunOlary StuartCommander Scott Portier of Albany (la. J. t (line to a point I trot theme f'I/dfllalonir OOIOItPluomidu LKUN Ckurck I. 1-
Meet. Chuptor o..tar .1 ssisy tKVINU welt of riirua tr.\umbrr Silo ; .. L. BAKER JR.
Mn. Jennie Smithtlrd tli 11.1.
rlli-
Waiter CouncilorJan. l irila will be Thanksgiving Duy gtoslj of thrnc i ** s..a.,. ShIn >
Railroati rtereaaexiNOTirR on plat same: onrontlnuoua s blar0o I .
Wed,
BulldhulMISCELLANEOUS Trip 515* '
MM. f iSt a.at.. Hawaii Templeloael Oajiknrtlata atral.ht line to it 1.ndJi *
S 4-4ia at the Dickens (home; : TO I Hr IUTOIH lot toot 'u i. Coal p-a. Th..1. Blbl. .
Ia II...... ....... All iredltora nf the l.M.te f>f point Intrrwrtlna- loutS t.r or the .. 1,11.: r;
or.blptul Matte* Ckrtotlaa bulb Mr. and M..... James Martin and J Jklr C'lrhuloplry: :! J. Omit,. doreen. lln* or mid tract: from thonr tki-nc run B dla.tano LEa3tp- AI)5HRTlop.ssfi5is
: 1
:
Member of Girl Scout : du ': th.. < lnt at :
a 1&It-lr* Tknr*.. I ..m, Maaoala Impl CIvil. Air PetrolCommor4usu.4l. Troop Sihrrphy solIrhed aol r.qulr.so : al > bCIa or 11 tort t* the pointfoot
and Mrs Charles fJrnwold of cIolaiii, ..
Clii dosnn.I. whUlt15ev r '
any o. '
brtlrmlnf thenr* tun M
I.Laii. Clral. Elk.. knitonant J. F. Strata; 15i celebrated a recent holiday .. .. : iAVto IIT .. THI lOb STY
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Miller k th may ham .In.1 Id '.1' Ml' W dlatanr* or t?. jii
a 1
Meet* Tutiilari, Jt Old| Lyme. Conn., have taken <. Toa-thr with nnorran "% MANTIS
7reldnt-Mr HardfI f pa*,, train ride For ) Iah.Ih..nlo
r. Dorothy by> taklhg a to I In the OUI. or .h. ( '''' '' th.nl run H U'U' K a sit niEI.oHlD .
., I .4 Tkur.. I ..... Elk.: ....... *f lOf judetdale( chaperoned by their JiiBois house in Dub 'is Park for otI.rU.. rnuptv. I'1..rl", lnU'th. apporlalnlnvDarrlptlon lbs sopor f .. fet; throes run J|SWOC '' rno

::4'.. Slm. Phi SerarltyE =.:.Ui C mbiK he season Mri Martin and .trs. fount* t'rlh..u... at ftnart, Plum* >: .1 '. portion nr I tt'II' W a dlalane* of Kit I nut fl.'URn
1 .ecntlv. Dlreel..-Root Phllhrlok carters Mrs. Priscilla Hodges: and! I.la. within alt. aalendar month* the North 14 ISo NnriSw.sIQuosnoor point h I rt THB r TATB OF
i, I .llea Zeta a..... an W'. Oeea* Bl4. AT T-4III lies. Sharon Ingram. Griswold are sisters, from th. ,data nf th. flmt nubile.*' or In. outhw..l Quart tI: :' unit 11 r:: l.l of ROBERT H1LI. {
.. rreeldeat-Mra.. Bl I. Abbott. 55.n .r thIs atc$ ,. F..rh rl.lm of r or H.Mlon 4. Township corner of Hltx-k ereaei1. \
I .
i.t-lr4] TkuM: I ,.at, komo Lair Caller Aotealatlaa Qn reaching Fort Laiklcnjale.! The William SunUi family of ".m.." ma. I. In wrltln and \alh. R.... 41 Kaat. m .rCartlrularly Il. Il(. Lr.. T.rraeo 1nTI. T< RrlllT4>R4
Pis.l4.tft.-.Wr.: SHI HartoellTue. th hiked for Rhmebeck N. have riled in duplliat and muel stall duarrlbrd fol' ; theme "n All I'O' 'h. ....1. 0'
Pkl Caapter girl to a picnic area Y. returns 1'' I <
Oaauaa .
XI oh.- ph..C raidnoi-o'tod poet 0" Robert
sloop S.
lilt ...,' .. O.Qo Ctn.Chb_ : a that I I. Hhli. d000o.uod. ,
u .. ..._Mra. Jo. lttnl.yC heir, sack lunch. On the return to their horn* 01A I A, Oeanlighuay ci.a.Sdrmu.. of Ih. claimant' $ and th* tenth 17 n* or ; *, b notinod I cr4 rvqulrd Is an file b.re.
: I>.-... Tkora. I p.ak. ** Lively Art blob rode different trains and for the "tint ho swurlo In by thu ?lahmant I Prom the Snoth.a.t Corer. ofnoid a .'.nr. or ill Ilrkl* ClaIm. or OhmS Shot, ony
| aaealarl al .... Amerleaa Rwrelatloa. "'-. ..- r*. L. A.kky. Arbaiaatlt trip they '[ winder ale. aaent, ar hi* attorney, er tt PortS .4. un N.Ptlm 'c Interaction with h... ...isso Paid s01o1. In h.m.y or-
b Mr*. Marjerl. MoailarI srI 'tl4 ...... a...* were personally conducted throughthen Vlckers will\ heroine void according!! to law th. Northa Person lh.r.ofithnr bulkhead, thence run H IV34' flew: (uint Julr. Siam.
rb.... komealtb c \ by the conductors. Songfest, Mr. and Mrs Leo of UAVin tk VOAKI.KTAncillary run %k"rat alone SI.. W alone the call .00.11.5 hulk Ii. c'u. FloriufpIn : Courthou.
;. ;; I Martla Cuaty Fair AaaaelatlaajPr Ocean N. J. at their North Hn Sal's North tfc far bead a dlatanre or Til ** :..,. -
City are : ,
t"I i"lIr:1t1
.. Club .. and treats made the time the Will :.: : l.sodap 1" wlthlt .1"
re DoM"'y lilon. ,I.: W. Roast past a dust. :or til f t to a thence run I t *44* S aloaaal .'h. Ih.
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".4 noMent.-$... iaokion WHthtt I.. Moa. tilt ..... AHaltral. ..... quickly. "Top o' the Hill" home on Do- {..tat. of Chrlatopher I point: by anvl, or l **.'. exlutlnit bulkha4 .'. : tho 1. lubl".II."01 'hi.dais.... ofwrits.5
Lee MV 1 iSI .., MMonl Tempi Bois Road for th* winter months.! nevtn*. l)eceaaednret aa nwaurd rroaat. Rat to Pnttthpoint or II ft: thenc* N 15-1 b...
p. a4la'AaaUlarr *. ....... BJ.eJjfjj Martin County Golf aad f-.'" Oak Scouts making the trip were WILUAMOJN ,1It'coarnR:; run ISO or On.Irrooction H a dlnlanc* of ilo.aa feet tepoInt a so'sa..s.tt.t,"o the
j Pre.lJ.nk-Ed HltVe* Virginia Allen )Barbara Arnchutr Commander and Mrs. Robert yAKi bY liul*EIN.U..I \ e with th. Mouth Unaof that la II feet North ofth Ot "Idootse usaPiutuffip..
& """ I" Tuee, t tit Cluhkt N1'St'WAI4T tIle (aid H; th no Mnutk Una ar Itlork 1, Rio. : I: ploimopt sunn( S. :
lei. pSggJ'Hau" pm Karen Harmon, Janice Huwes, Sullms. formerly of the Jupiter Bank fiulldln run Kant alonir :7. Rnutk lln* fit flmt I Adoll'lIon. : thu his
"t. *It .. Martla Ceuaty Farm Bureaa'roolitent land Lambert Barbara Leary. Loran Station U. S. Const Guard, Palm Rearh Florida ror a .l|.tnn*. $ noon I* S :1T Book it par* 14. ha. acl rtpr. .r.:! Iu.cern.opoot or
4.dleet, Oraral Od4 feO** '' -.alhent Kroefernd Attnrneya for th* Ritat* ntrhrl.tot.her point or plat. of b (lnnlnr.ather Public Recorda oT Martin CeunIT tos-antop to .14
-Pu.b.. Gr.a1-L. ....> CkawaFr. Thura.. Be.llol.. laaMartla 'Joni I-.itp. Elsa MaNe Jane Rain. and now stationed in London an. : ) Devlne, :lieeaatwd. .'Florida: thence Tan trtf I Norenitier |,4Attorney .
en.Job U. Orur ville Kralj.] Joan UFolMte the birth of 'a daughter First Pub.. Nov. M, lt 4 row.th.p with dismIss r.hUtto.r.ul" F parallel to nail South lIne or 15 IClilt RD :
.. ; p.rn. lOOP Hal County, Amateur Radla. ClubPreoldenWBIU Judy notIfieS rub,: )/... II, It. It. l Irltloa Mary Rite: Susan Richards Gin Cheryl Lynn on Sent 26. use feet U a point that I Is 11 ret kohopt I.
drm.aa.4
...........Bivor..,.....a--._Tbu..d IIe Wil.o ThIrd Thun I ......' AT t..... Sjaffa\ and Sarah Taft Mrs. Rot Stillms family which: includes two IS: !II"'Tn?HP1 ('OI'T\5105-StY.',: dl tWiN'S PLoitoaia f'Of"1'" Tool and'c.rto tOla of,OtOC you A a...,berebtrrqulrpd .V 0' Rio Weal Ht ar lto., .Haul Terrace Hoe *r PIvot nail, 311115W p.for[ ldt... ,

... IOO! BaIt Mrtla Couaty Mwtw4al SoomtFPneUent tnj Ramvlle and Mrs. Robert other and son, have filedaffalnet I..ul.
.t4.4IIt 3uu ..p. \ daughters I III.... Lull pleaillnc ta a Cnaiplalnl Addition; thence run t1t* riral l Mo .
'-.11..... Club ..4 AeetIIir qRuL..u. LaFolleite) assisted the leaders on the best wishes of their many IV ancEIOTATOC:, l you. and .earh nf yau.. I a .1..... -* of 4T t4 I..th* Pub, tl. a. It. a. II."...
Ta'1Ie Ind Mo... Matronal BkMultiple OF ( M tam. th. .1 Meaa HlaH .1 .
.. "-'" the and Mr. Ramvilto provided Y.rll al..I. w.tW
friends here.StGVR .
trip PAI-b H. KKRVRH.: also) > or which I to *iil IIIU Hirer
cAzuIIee.l Perobor.DIdIb LbtUf Bonn. ed treats for the pirht.Mothers known aa p H. st1stihx91 t .. th* abo. d.*rrlhml Brnpfrty .

... I ,.... I. a. 0CIa_ B.or.t.r--Cet B "V rat IM ..Ihwl. Oh.att.attno.u. ron- An irterw.O,4 partle* ass Invited SuR Rotary
.......... Maaea. ...1.... lad-4tk Taoa, Ij l a... twisting on transportation MILL RECORD >Tlrl TO HKIMTWHt. th* a4! Camplalat will IB attend and heard .
Palm to and front the depot wtre TO tHitt riUPITOnt: ANI> All. taken-* .: you and Paled Ibis day ar Nnvomtmr.. .
City Home Oak ( :
Demeaotratlea The U Corporation
S.
.2 0. Slo.*rkee4 Sugar ( dhI MAVIVO CLAlV OH ef yoa. :eeld r.uee I ( Dr. BeaeU E.
P 0.-. "" .Ident'h.. 1:11.: ....'. Patter***) Mrs. Barrett Taft. Mrs. Albert mill kt Bryant established a 6ne* I'KMNNIW\ AUAIN >T IWIf JWITaa. : then praee4.. part. _t.. nosRr op. rMTto".rO Cu-I

-.. Harold 1= lot Tuee, lilt *...dvto. CaatatPelMlaaa ) Staffs Mrs. Donald Allen and when 8.235,1 T\TIi:. ar ether ,1.a4Ina ir .
"la.t4u4 ...:: S p .. Eoaaal day high recently and earn ar yon, ar* kr*> filed1 a r ,.. day afneembr. OOl'NTY. P'T/STIIDA
:
Richards.kl
c LInk Mrs. fiarlctt tons of sugar can were process* .r notified I and required ta *>:reent lbS the Clerk FKSNK A. WACIIA. 0 .
ojoIf!.! C1 Gapl'" Iii V.4.' | p.. Sot or demanda' whlra I vole, the 'atmrh. and -I" >v ntnatanr Cnalrmaa
.. JlI' Iort.v. ko .. Call ATT-II44 for m** m. pkvo. \\'ANN CLUB in a twenty-four-hour period. or F.I't.; :!; you mar ha, arln. 451 ," "... : fa. N... 1.ls.I<, IM*.
S-rn. .
W4. rit.te
.4.dth the : i.f Art. KK her attorney who
$ M Krn> 1)0 -
.4 ..r.w GIrls Part Salon* Hme; Dea>e*'tratlea ClubPrs.l4..h.Mro day Item***. late ..t Martla ...unrrriarlda ..... .(. H __A
QroIM' From classified to display .n. 0 1.
.. Advlo"ud, tiIleuer I tlllak howlU"1 The Florida Financial Responsibility with film' fee of lit*. Se. .
lt.lrIT..L.CIS Pu Hauluk. 1.ph I lit Thura. | .ill "....Cl,l* (....> law Was the tone of W t'ft- In and day out. newspaper are In the rnuntr, Judn <>.iirt a t Thl* Or4r an .Me. akall a* GETHSEMANEChurch CITY

.... .. P." ......... Rlptld. p",*.. al Mrta Ceuatyf den Green's talk at Kiwanis on tha finest advertising medium Mania Coaat> .,la the (..ft Hn* p..U..1) In Th. .Mewa, a

,..i..... 0.... lira. 0_ Bull reoMent--luknnla. C." fkaw Mr. Green. who there it, according to Orville WJithler endar at Ktnart. riorida.' within ill oslo! .*, .) .I.I. I BtaartCnaaty sore COMMISSIONSTUART
II.... I .... tOO? Hall Monday night. Men the rraat the date *f Ih* ra...
1.5.1,4 i .
Thura. .
Iltu. 1.04. leTS .m Oeaeral Meotmi IntroJUby; V V Bowman president of Independent fIrst i nbllvatlon. I *f t h I > iiMlrei every wk (or .\ l
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orllr_,.J Laet Than. I ..,... Buelaee MeeUap was Shin ( I AIM on I>RM\VT MI'II"r..tI
t_$4t4 ...._- U. Haen .u stressed the under this> Grocers Awociation 'rflSfR MITt nistorarTo .t Its- C. leach
.......,. St. Lack. I.... Y-kt ClubCou.4orp..t importance IHI.T P \T>K.N TO AND ,11..111)
MTtlCATKI norM IM llth day ef
prn law of Insurance. art .I you WanfcJpa
.
carrying
rn.t.., ll._ club U..k. ',M L R KBRNFR: *
? JJo" let Tb.,., S p.m T.ob| ChuStuart >. Plant for Indies' niahL. were Ke': ito' of tn. r:otat. *rHiul ;rROf; MIn a _Metal .5 as Ut'a MnT'XG
t.r.ti Yacht Clal h
:; ... lI.n.l. ,
; Been) el *eelt.euPrnsl4ueb4.o..ut discussed and Don Faucnrr an- IL Keraer. |>e<' a r1. C. t-M
POSL Ud
.rnuul TenaI.r.Pboe4 "treet. StutsO. Ce.ot.. Plus.S. SSMMOMUV 441
C. = =
||.lt4 ,. Mewer4 WhIt.. nvMce\l the, plant sale which whlng .. New rrnty IlflIlA, bseeds.. =
let Tkura S .... Bluart beet : IytOT: I'' *
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..... '00' H.II ( heM Sov: 28 at two Gratoi ) (! a IJTTMAM us4 .
.. ,...... JAMrlt ,.qawTmy (Yog-ter lltnt'OsnTT.Hlb4 S
.. Coa Stuart Stamp S.ulstProtl4.db..Thomuu UTTMSXAMRS 1: 69
Dooa"-
ar.aIdeeItldro.. R. I. 0_.. 'fln.o0.ultd Gator Storea hi Jupiter and Ttqiiesta. Pp. / ) F. UrTMAWAttnnieyt .4' ('Ot1JUIM.r 15:38 Hal
II u.- Western Auto. Moore'iMarket QODSU for ExeciltarSI : W. 0.. I pib .
PakHa '
Moo I UararpToartot .
Mo.dat' ..
jod p-aw .
...... KaM. Mul vr4 Laos )1. rWI
Qr 1' *" I and Goodtwr1. S andIC f n. .o. 0( L.4.1.. lr. -
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..DIe"p. ,... H..... .....S 11 1.4 1tss. S ..... Tatk Oaatat I oa tadiafttown Road. rxia, NO:rll\\itTi* o**. tjim Past I..m -



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The Kissimmee spot where navigation H now difficult Woman's Club toDecember THE:: STUART (TtorUa) NEWS
Sails Dolphin even for small fishing boats. Tnundayey. Ne"em r 2<. 1964 '.c
Aplenty Offshore The navigation problems will be 4119.61 2
Low owreeted when the river dredging
The Sea bumpfUh
Extremely Rwl setsfool
la completed, The Woman Club'" of Stuart
off
l living hi coral by butting
- will hold detaerl ard
it nas been ideal fishing weather even-foot. two-inch Milfoil, C. W. fishing aboard the 'How dee," with dolphin' and Mrs. Hazel FifleM. Boaters Warned By ln ft it expected that the cluhhouM a on WlI< during the pint week, with Farina Sat itiae Beach, sia-f aN,,. CaMam Bill' Gainesville, nineteen-pound dolphin ftS entire river' will. be transformed at I pm Mrs. William Walter. on its forehead.
shore.plenty of sails and dolphin off I ten-men aenffah, while I I finhinj WiHard f.BF.k1.: Gaineavjite, from the "Spray n," Snndban and shoals caused by1 a*. nI'C.1I\yet-nmd| navtaafan.canal fwrftmtm be-- MH la Aarje of the door and An estimated H* per cent of the'
aboard the "Spray II( six-foot, eleven-inch Mrs MMe. announced that ihcv
sailfish Good condtrtoiM have also been low water conditions in the Ktssmi tureen Lake Okeechohve and IjikeKtMinKiioe priaa teen-agers in i .nm America, ; hau
Stuart Sailfish! Club has issued Citations were hired for sailfish Lots A Rader Eau Gillie, stven- reported for river fishing, with tea Six locks theriver will be In the Christmas motif not had any secondary education
citations end buttons to the following I end other varieties of fish toE ,: foot. aix, -inch sailfish: William Harrison. trout and inook responding tocasters n we River are creating navigation four of them on completed Retervationti are requested and - - -
already
fishermen through the F. Dexheimer. Memtt Island, Kansas City. Mo., five-foot and plcntly of both\tWs. difficulties at arsenal locationv : are boats will "be accepted by Mrs C. R.
deswned to
Stuart Chamber of Commeree office arx-foot, nine-inch sailfish, ManO I and boaters shark u a e of six-foot draft pass Vamhsrveer. chairman. :M7-\ "<) EVERY TIME A FOREST
: J. Berto. Cocoa, four-foot eight caution in planning trips between ---- and Mrs. Vincent J. Vilnrdi. :)K?- FIRE STRIKES,
Robert A. Walker Imlialantic.sailfuh. inch dolphin. Melvin Floyd Mel: Thanksgiving Has Mirrored Lake Okeechobce Lake Kilo IMlI.Ify!
: will be
In:1TV11I U GROUPMIT 1 8M There a preChristmassale
bourne iimmee
Joseph L Marko, Mer- seven-foot five inch sail
rittt Island, sin-foot, eight-inch fish Cecil Tolley, Merritt Island The famous crooked river it : : RtnMU'Tho : : of a variety of stuffed! toys, i\. YOU
sailfish, Richard H Warren Wav- sevent-foot sailfish, PICCIano. i Current Moods of AmericaThanksgiving being widened, deepeneil and Betty Mills Circle met recently like. the ones to be !sill .11 I h aFebruary
erly, Pa., sailfish S. Warren Sales, Memtt Island, sailfish, while straightened as pan of a J1.XX\-( ( at the First B.iptist'' ('hurch'l bazaar. GET BURNED
_
Stuart, sailfish, all from the "Can- fishing aboard the 'Gulfstream," (Ottt) program to provide year- the meeting opened with, a -,
net II," with Captain A. A. Whit- with Captain Von Jourdan. since the time of itude for the nation's freedom round water control in a five-coun- ness session with Mrs. Fthel Kick- REAL ISr\lK: 1IIIR INSURANCE
Icar George C. Redditt. Mount Prospect the Jamestown, colonists" and Fly-: from foreign wan and for the IV area of central Florida. But the liter in charge. Following the
A. W. Skinner, Satellite Beach III. teven-foot sailfish while mouth's Pilgrim Fathers has mirrored -' suppression of the Whiskey Re- program is only partially complet: business meeting, a program on
----- the American mood. bellion. Title
---- ed.The "Worship' Through Intercessary Security Company
Protect Virginia settlers observed: Thomas Jefferson aristocratic shoals are located in sections Prayer" was lIiv.ny! Mrs O C. !
yourTOMATOES Thanksgiving in 1619 having been democrat, refused to proclaim of the river that have not Crews, Mrs Robert" Turner opened I flu OSCFOIA AV'ENUF: Atlantic '...3JJ
told! by their London !sponsors{ to Thanksgiving, denouncing it as a yet been "channelized" No navigation \- the program with prayer for SIU\Rr. FIORITU
keep their day of landing perpetually "monarchial practice" But James problems' exist in the first the mi'lllliarieOthen! Inking apart
holy. Madison renewed the tradition eighteen miles of the Kiwimmeo were Mrs M L. Dclanoy, Full-Time Fxcluslve\ Martin Cmmiy Agency for
Ochurkmg from the 'Mayflow during the War of 1812. River going north from LakeOkeechobee. Mrs. Julia Rivers, Mrs. D. L, :Silvers -
er" in 1620.:! the Pilgrims "fell upon 1 hereafter, Thanksgiving was a Hut north or that and" Ales find Kkklitcr, Title Insurance
POTATOES their knees and blessed ye God hit or miss affair until the Civil Lawyers Corp.
-between U ? Lunch served the hostess
by
point Highway was
of Heaven, who had brought them \Var and Us observance' was left
over ye vast and furious ocean, mostly to the individual Mates 98 and State Road 60 (near Lake bins Fill Dredge There were OF RICHMOND VIRGINIA
WATERMELON and delivered them from all ye With ill feeling growing between Kmimmecthere are several thirteen members present,
penles and miseries, thereof, againto the North and South, many peo- -- -
set their kale on ye firm and! pie below the Mason and Dixon
stable earth Line I skipped' organized obscrvrn.es -
PEPPERS Later a. America marched of Thanksgiving as a relic
front colonial status to nationhood: of Yankee Puritanism.
the Continental Congresses!' issued Abraham Lincoln revived I
BEANS Thanksgiving proclamations filled Thanksgiving as a national observance
with religious ardor, the National at the height of the Civil
Geographic Society says. In 1780 War Calling for a day of national
soon after the Benedict Arnold l penitence on the lust Thurs- ,n.MSn otgrratrur
CAULIFLOWER plot was exposed, the annual message day of November, IK A3, he found
particularly thanked the Almighty much to be thankful for even amid .-..- 4
for looking after the con terrible strife: "Peace has been
CABBAGEand mander In chief "when treason preserved' with all nations, order
was ripened for execution." has been maintained, the laws have
Maryland'a John Hanson, who been respected and obeyed, and .r
served as national president under harmony has prevailed! everywhere,
the Articles of Confederation, except in the theater of conflict.
set a long-lasting pattern for American In war's aftermath, PresidentsAndrew
BROCCOLIfrom Thanksgivings, Designating Johnson and Ulysses S.
the last Thursday of November In Grant invoked thanks for wordharmony
1781 ai a holiday he said the domestic peace, and
future nation should not only offer progress. smss' +
insect damagewith up supplication for help'" in Their successor, scholarly Ruth
distress but give praise "for Hn erford B Hayes Issued a proclamation
goodness in general" marked by its poetic flavor
In 1789 George Washingtonasked Said he, in part: The completed -
American to thank- circle of summer and win
pray
fully "for the favorable mterpoul- ter, seedtime and harvest, h a i ,
CYGONleafhoppers lion of His providence, in the "brought us to the accustomed season 11l
course and conclusion of the late at which a religious people{
war" celebrates with praise' and thanksgiving
the enduring mercy of Almighty 4 r
Six yean pasted before Wash- .d
aphids, leafminers on your tomatoes, pota- ington issued1 another proclamation When/ God the"economic panic of

toes, watermelon Maggots, leafminers, aphids on your This message expressed grab 1893 touched off riots!, Grover

peppers?Aphids,leafhoppers,leafminers,mites,lygus bugson Cleveland urged reflection upon
the nations past blessings. Twenty
your green, lima or snap beans? Aphids on your cauliflower IT -three slates refused to he told by Have you priced a tiger lately?
cabbage or broccoli Not after you apply an economical Cleveland to he thankful ktraJo'

,low.rate dose of CYGON"',the Insecticide! that provides governor, which issued dwelt hi. own Take WM 6TO,for Instance.Cents with' J38 hp.Or ace! at extra_I.Plus bucket ""L Carpntlno.Walnut doh, Quick Wide-Trick Tigers.
proclamation at some And like that Yet It set ili) for feu than a ,tot ol puMycati with it+m dr w-- i' '.n thin i 'a I M Man*. Same
control and long-luting length :: \:: : 1f'I: : :; :: : Pontllc La ern
contact firm Manl
Immediate on
both PAYSTO unemployment tad of pttiMr Same kind 1 ol cracM, ',amt kind of low prko i ijniyti a0: r n-ear'- :' iupn I o a'' jar HIU

residual activity by acting systemically from Inside the' plantTVarfemirk values mortgages and depreciating land Wt're building Wide-Tracks again! See them ell at your,authorized Pontiac dealer now!

.ii .. .:kill'l..ibss.J.. .. .. ..... .. .. .....1 fitness Theodore enthusiast Roosevelt who,entered a phxslral, the AMITY BUICK PONTIAC INC. 614 S. FEDERAL HWY. STUART
: White Hruse' lust after the excesses -
: Use THIMET .t planting time to lyitimleilly protect of the Gay Nineties warned I

potatoes from the ravages of leafminers, aphids, leafhoppers, : the people in one of hi* Thanksgiving

flea beetle larvae and wireworms..tomatoes from leafminers. : COMPAREPRESCRIPTION appetites messages and 'follies to watch" their

....... ...... ..... .. .. ... .... ....... ....... Woodrow Wilson; sounded I OLE COLONY RESTAURANTU.S.
slantingly new concept In international

See your Dealer today :issued after relations: the United in a proclamation Slates wentto

PRICES given war the in opportunity 1917: "We have to pane been 1 ACROSS FROM KWIK CIIEK SHOPPING CENTER


SYSTEMIC against mankind I ,tyranny. by taking. .'not up only arms to OPEN FROM ll:30a.m.till 8:30: p.m. 5l y 11 DURINGNOV.
PARK defend our own rights' but to defend ONLY
the rights of free mm
throughout the. world. ALL FOOD PREPARED[ UNDER THE CLOSE SUPERVISION
INSECTICIDES Said Calvin Coolidge/ the most COL. UNDEIlVOODBUSINESSMEN'S
PHARMACY taciturn of Presidents: "We have OF AiRS BERTHA) GODDARD and

been a most blessed people. We EVERY? DAY .NCI.finis
ought to he! I most thankful people. ;
crANAIK6D (DISCOUNT DRUG !STORE)) With." .11:30'I'ILL: 2 P.I\I. ggc ARiih
the nation tripped and
213 K. Ocean Blvd. troubled by depression In 193%, LUNCHEON EXCEPT MONDAYS m.vstRr
Herbert Hoover did not Issue a
AMERICA'" CYANAMID COMPANY meu,. Instead he reissued the

S180 PtACHTREt CHAMBLEE.INDUSTRIAL GEORGIA; BLVD. AT 7-3201 Thanksgiving lent. of]y Washington'4)..Harry proclamation.In Truman. historical.mourn-first. We Serve in Our Dining Room & Patio

-- -- - *!.l thf "Iota !/T Pr.iiLI.M. II ttnni*.
veil, and thJ't"d--; .; -Almighty; .

'I war for the II.John, Allied victory in World LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS f8 111 30

P. Kennedy's 1962 proclamation 8.31) P.M.
THANKSGIVING DAY 1964 m.sleodlowing the
Cuban crises, said: "I.et tie renew
I that tpKit by preparing our touts PICK UP TAKE HOME
"''HI .fill miiNf m.lai' i laamraMaii.fan!.II mi .c- For the incertitudes ahead--by NI -
....-- .......... ... -. I log always ready to confront crisis

with with suadfastnew grace and and modesty achievement ," A, T K-Y Honey Dipped Golden Family Oaken Bucket O'Chicken

This year, among other things, let us I message to the armed force expressed

give thanks for the opportunity t6 in I I and Mrong thank military for e.tahlilhmenl.a "dedicated" Brown Fried Chicken Golden Fried Honey Dipped

vest and earn = I In IV63. the mourning" nation I I COLE SLAW-rRKsai nm ('OI.r. MAW KHtMII nUF.-lfar. :
ohterveJ Thanksgiving only six IIONF.Y HtntH (1 4r,Ual "Hmhg" ) 15 ""(\'F.' TO 7 PEOPLE; '
oink RIG $3 95
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I day fitter President Kennedy' I 3 B mxr.* OF (1m'K.'II.: HUT: OF CHfCKKN .
IM natlmi. Fittingly, his posthumous
k: k' proclamation affirmed the
INTERESTON I
I American Ideal let u*I
: earnestly and humbly pray thai He
will continue to guide and sustain. I USUALLY Giant Oaken Bucket O'Cliicken USUALLY ,
n* at the peat unfmnhed task
OUR MONEY of achieving peace. Justice and Serves 10
to
+ understanding among aO men and 5 MINUTE People 5 MINUTE
nation and of '
ending misery! and j I'
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offering wherever they exit"oq
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Interest Compounded Quarterly I I SERVICE II BIG SERVICE

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'J-C THE STUART (ETa,) NEWS Thursday. We know of no finer know Dorothy she la too busy to Ished hunters to "set up their own little extra' tribute of gratitude definitely -

I Thursday, November 26, 1964 churacter-building organization.Send sit down. while UM rest of us applaud Zone Board Stands Firm Litterbugs in rules of conduct and just act like will be taken care of."

r your "investment in girl I I they 'were bunting on their own
hood" by cbeck made out to the I Hunter Ranks: land. TO REMODEL PAVILION
Girl Scouts of America to Mrs. MRS. JOHN W. (LoIn ) Aldrich concludad, "the old I A committee of the Florida

BouquetsTo Berkey. or Mr. Irons STOKES in carrying for out all the ttwt John she. W.has Stokes done I On Sound Trailer ParkAfter Bad Reaction head in the bunting bwnmtts knows Council of 100 said recently the

Foundation Scholarship Fund, for that after you have been the perfect Florida Pavilion at the New York
MRS. FRANK (Josie) ZORN,
Folks day supervisor at Martin Memorial her work in aiding Martin County Hunters received some friendly gentleman afield you should World's Fair needs a remodeling
Hospital, for her civic interest Historical Society and the two lengthy, and at times heated ally accepted an amended zoning advice from A. D Aldrich, director offer to !share! your game bag with job. It proposed a study of a means
and enthusiasm. Immediate past. museums, and for further volunteer discussion Thursday evening, map of the Hobe Sound suburbanarea of the Game and Fresh Water the landowner and be sure that of improving the appearance of
On the Go president of the Junior. Woman'spub Council civic effort on the Advisory Martin County Planning and Zoning subject to further consider Fish Commission that their man. you clean his game first so bat the tower.

of Stuart,, she is acting this Park.for Mrs Jonathan Stokes DickinsonState Commission declined to withdraw ation of some details of A1A zoning men on location\ often times go a
; PEOPLE make Martin County year as Christmas parade chair not only its at Gulfstream long way toward landowner re
does good things but she also! recommendation to thetounty Nursery. Call Us forEXPERT J .
She i is also ceptions.
( what it is-and it's a wonderful active man-a in big the big job. Church recognizes others who da them, ; Commission that the William Some seventy Hobe Sound resi, A..1.00
Presbyterian 2Specialists
"Plus the age-old problem of
.
Each week we list some and calls attention to their good J. dents
Leonard
county. and other civic organizations. The property in Kobe were present at the meeting, left fences torn down
I of the folks whom we consider deterring works with appreciated letters to Sound be zoned R T theestablishment gates open .
Zorns have four daughters, Susan, to permit mainly concerned with the sanitation woods set afire, and livestock endangered "
I of praise for their contributions Karen, Debbie and Cynthia, and this newspaper. Why don't you of a mobile home situation in the proposedmobile I ," Aldrich said "we now
follow suit and
to our area's growth and suggest some worthy subdivision, in
reside Madison Avenue in Stuart
on have and '
I of home subdivision, since: a new more poisonous
its civic weal. Suggestions from recipients bouquets in further
I Josie does all her own house columns? The Planning Commission also! sanitation problems have croppedup plague This is the 1964 model lit-
I readers for future "bouquets" are 'work, Including ironing those frilly declared out ot its jurisdiction min. in other parts of the community terburg who has become the DESIGN
welcome. little dresses. We have been un- imum lot requirements to obviate particularly the elementary) scourge of aU civilization." CONSTRUCTION
abl to determine what she does in MRS. RALPH W. HARTMAN central sewage systems in such school
all know
"We about the litterbug
MRS. ANDREW (Milly) HER- her $R., Mary to her hundreds 0 f MAINTENANCE
"spare" time! subdivisions, on the basis that its .
They appeared to draw considerable Some of u.i unknowingly
KEY, may now wear a complimentary S friends for her loyal and continuing recommendation had been amended ( .
'
satisfaction from an assurance qualify and some of us unknowingly ;e. SUPERVISION
efforts behalf of
corsage for contributing MRS. ROSALEEN MURRAY on StuartWoman's by the County Commission, ,
by Bell and Zoning Commission close the door to be invited
$500 to the current Girl Scouts Club through so many and that for further ; suA ,,,,, Phone 287.191S
(this is Ladies' Week) for her fine Hartman has. any request Chairman Joe Greenlces, that t, back. A landowner seldom has any ?
funds drive and graciously years. Mary held I
agree work: in supervising the Stuart amendments should go before that whatever tt left when
the minimum size of a he finds that
about office in patience HARDY PLANTS SOLD RETAIL
co-chairman with the
ing to act as Just every ,
Chamber office, of body
of Commerce
might he, septic tanks instead cl[ hunters have scattered refuse all
Woman's Club, served
David B. Irons. The drive started on j jutt
which she f is Rosaleen, After .
manager. about conceivable commit accepting County Engineer a central sewage system would only over his place and have desecrated LANDSCAPE
and her assistants, always have every Fred Bell's recommendation be the "
tee-and she's still in there ) permitted after strict illllpec.tlonl landscape.
the latchstring out for Smart's pitch that the depth of certain R-3A lots PELICAN AND NURSERYI
ing. For years she headed the by both health authorities and I The commission director, blameing
For Beauty many visitors and not even the anti-polio drive here. A veteran abutting on the west side of U. S. the county engineer's dcpartmenl much of the trouble on "plum I ROAD! PALM CItY
Encyclopedia Britannica should be news reporter, she has covered 1 be extended, the.commission fin i ;I working independently. unthinking carelessness>> ," atlmon
asked ---
to of the -
answer some ques- ---
I tions paNed to them such as: "How more meetings than you could
, much farther is Florida?" shake a stick at and she has a
deep human appreciation of peo-
ple. But the greatest tribute to m:" >
I MRS. DOROTHY PIERCE for Mary and her lute husband, Ralph,
\ the way she has "kept on top" of Stuart's beloved postmaster until Newest DOLL in TOWN!
the manifold details of all the paper his passing happens to be four Broward
i work involved in a county son* -Jack and Ralph of Stuart; i
that has doubled twice in size and
Donald, an executive with ES.HO'
, in activities since she first took Chemical Company in New York :t
office. Dorothy really holds down DRUG TbL- T
City; and Brady, now in medical
I two big lobs, county clerk and school at Miami Mary ia also a 'ItHere's Hi
clerk of the Circuit Court, not to grandmother eleven times which ffit&ttiy ;

II mention keeping track of all the means to old timers that the Mac- ;.: .lj( :, E
other lesser! departments In the Donald line (her dad, J. B., was -i
I county. She deserves a standing Stuart's first mayor,) is going to be a < Lovable doll in exclusive originals
I vote of thanks from Martin Coun around here for a long, long time. 47 EAST OCEAN
BOULEVARD
I i ty's 22.000 (or is it 23,0007)) residents Take a bow, Mary AT T-113T HIGH FASHION WARDROBE +t,
I for the fine Job she and her We Reserve tire Right to Limit Quantities M
That Is You. assistants are doing but, if we by OLEG
.. MRS. VEE CHAMBERS, now

GA STORAGE of Hobo the electrical Sound, but business for many with yearsIn her REGULAR 98* REGULAR 4.86 1.35-BonU 100' CASSINI I 2 9 8 0

husband, Ted in Stuart, for her I DOLL .
INCH
Pelican WAREHOUSE service on Martin County Boardof VICKS EMPIRINCOMPOUND 12 -
Public Instruction, in which FULLY DRESSED
Storage by the she ably represents not only her CYIOTAMMBIENXS Unique' and oh lo tweet Tina' 'll the only high fo.nlon rs
Beauty Salon l district but all the schools Vee Formula44Cough doll She't realiitie, perfectly proportioned a real jay to
Day Week Is rich in memories of Stuart and play with. A truly Incomparable value/ Tina come. fullydialled
Kobe Sound's historical backgroundand 11 heod-to-toti in enchanting Castini' creation,
Evening by Appointment Month Year she could write a book about SyrupBROWARD with added.'CBROWARD 3 _
! I the people and events she has Round-Th.-Clock WARDROBE
Myrtle dark USED FURNITURE ft known hero-but is devoting her PRICE PRICE 1l.98 ... usE SAY C
APPLIANCES time to making things better for OUR LOW PRICE Nt
MS OSCEOLA AT 7-34141 AlA GOLDEN GATE the young peoplo of tomorrow. P

u ___ MRS" M. P. NELSON for her 69* 329 g

r yeoman' work on behalf of pub-

MERCURY: COMET FOR "65" Auxiliary'licizing Martin"Christmas Memorial Iree Hospital Lane" P

bazaar project of which will a
you / a
read Moro elsewhere in the Nov. 26 REGULAR 89' 1402.REG.. 1.50 a
New Car and
I Big Styling Ride
Luxury;
News. She I.I publicity chairman L
for the fund-raising event and ENDEN SETIQUEHair L
I'' t Models in All doing an excellent ,ob. }

c 'I 3 Different Series Plus S
Cyclone THE LADIES, clod: bless them, SHAMPOO Setting +Dtte.1ND r" rE rEIN
,
deserve many more bouquets than "'' AA tN
f d See Them Now At we have been able to accord themin NEW f tOKBROWARD lOtlON.. ''a .y, w/tN AAAAe tdUON / / JrNe AN t, ,
this short space today. So we'lladd frost reNrNa OttA IORNN
the thought that well more PRICE/ BROWARD PRICE hl ,1 TNADa.N r 1pNt7or NovtMeta NO E
i than half the good thing going on ,, 1 TU.IDAY t, ,1d/
Merkle Motors Inc.YOUR in Martin County art being done by ; /net/eNr.,," DtCN11A 1, 111t
,
the butter-half. Ucoaerur //
S 64 10..9 ;a:. I + f 1X10Arf'1 / ,,,,,,,, tOAYAI., D
LINCOLN MERCURY COMET DEALER AT LEAST one man deserves rovAt ,,,,..,, ,. .ror+Alcoclrr,
recognition this week, so in this NI./tA./ I 17//e l,...,, A Tr0 rQ
f
305 North ColoradoXvenue, Stuart AT 7-1214 bouquet is concealed a diamond. ors n/rNr1/t1/; / ?"? A, COLDA tteYl/ION Sty :Ax CITY R

encrusted, club for the answer to 2 OZ. REG. 1.39 1.00 SHULTON cotoA TU
p.NrtN ,,, tymtim/l s+P'
local bridge players' prayers, Jay !!
g( H. Mans, who did the spade work .t0 M?M1inM,
to put Stuart Duplicate Bridge SWEETAwith Man-Power VALUE r Aao1 ta"N, s ?4ia.N/RI1
; Club on the mup. TIM\ club is pure- \IADIES'G:
ly figurative, of course, (tor not MELE I ; ? .
even a gavel i it needed u> control FREE SPRAY IITIr1 ''' ;"i 7 ':UD'.:; '1"4'
t"
JEWELRY "' ; SitU
this club "' S"J' 'HI"
yet anyway. abridge /
Here Now! master for the part Jar'y. COOK BOOK. DEODORANT "t.le7n"v ru t tour 11S1., Ttus1i"a:: 1 ,our:::
CASE ""
t years and a former bridge instructor 117x, S
4 for the Swedish-American\ Line, 1 /07117 :::::: w" HU7r 711", _:
has already obtained an American BROWARD PRICE BROWARD PRICE Ivory, Blue/ or Pink !roar 771; 1107/ a1l"2 ::1212:: 811111 "W,

I franchise Contract for the Bridge Stuart League group, 9 x177/1 Pi152/r//110 / ::::;: ::iIif ::t711T H:::: T

GIBSONOise which meets every Wednesday evening 117 74 10 13 /e7e11071_ nn1' /inn7n'r 0
.
01 Chi better at Stuart Youth Center, play r17r.1 701/x, !01117,'
senores brands! starting at 7:45: p.m.. sharp fly 1 WHAT 7O1a/1 11711'
Is a native of New Jersey, who with -. Mtn, R
0 Christmas i d his English-born! wife, Betty, has
rp been in Florida sine 1927. lie., is .
SPECTRA Star Raid ..
.-
Curds ; SAVE 32
r ; a former assistant curator in the
'

-S Grccting chemistry of department llorida./ He of and the Mrs.Mana University PONDS \ BOttLE Big 6 FOOT ALUMINUM

Curds spent five years in Mexico 'E
and eighteen months in Sarasota 1'
!!
I before coming to live at Mobs COLD CREAM S RINGE" =Chifsfmas t TREE
Wrapping Sound in May In a few scant 40, ,
d
Paper months Mans has done what ev- POUND JAR p 'w I IIROWAROrRCE
\ FAUITIESS
t
\ eryon,,'. "been talking about for by s
Humorous years, slur a bridge/ club In Martin / -' # '' 12.88 VALUE
1nr County, and sixty-lour and i 1 9 BROWARDIQWPRCe N
Curds sixty-two players, respectively! have IIG'329
.
a availed themselves of the opportunity [ M / tt
of in the first 179 wilfci
playing two
B.sutfulhinylap. >iie aluminue) tree
Plus A Complete Line of Christmas duplicate tournament. Keep up \. Pont Pom. Will tear far year end years.
M
Pens In Red Green and Gold the good work, Jayl ,, .. .
1
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I. BUTCH TAU BAYLCYDtXTA DELTA Lady Esquire REGULAR 1.50 1.49 Sylvania Set of 25 TWINKLING A

S 0 S Butch Bayley, son of Sir and PETITE LIGHTS
SOUTHERN OFFICE SUPPLIES Mr. Volney P. B.ylcy, North INSTANT CLAIROL FLASH R
River Drive, was recently pledged

iujii. WIwt you need tomorrow, well bring today majoring to Florida Delta. State Tiu Citrus" Delta University Agriculture fraternity lie and at is REPTILE Hair Spray 1 BULBS ft lay one lit.pose Fully out guaronleej.BROWARO rite rel 9 9 t T

'; 31 E. Ocean Blvd. Dial 287.6344 plans to enter citrus managementafter LOW PRICE I

graduation, H. graduatedfrom Shoe Color Big 14 oi. Size AG1 M2 25
Martin # American Greetings
County High Schoolin 4
'a :a )a :a )t ::>>a ] 1962. BROWARD PRICE BROWARD PRICE. I SUv of 12 : N
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THE STUART (TU.) NEWS Thursday. We know of no finer know Dorothy, she is too busy to !shed hunters to "set up their own little extra tribute of gratitude definitely
Thursday, November 26, 1964 character-building organization. sit down while the rest of us Zone Board Stands Firm Litterbugs in rules of conduct and just act like will be taken care of,'
plaud.
Send your "investment in girlhood" i I they were hunting on their own
by check made out to the ap'l Hunter Ranks: TO REMODEL PAVILIONA
Girl Scouts of America to Mrs. MRS. JOHN W. ( ) Aldrich eoaclwM, "the old I committee of the Florida

''I BouquetsTo Berkey. or Mr. Irons in STOKES carrying, for out all the that John she W.has Stokes On Sound Trailer ParkAfter Bad Reaction head in the bunting baseness knows Council of 100 said recently the

Foundation Scholarship Fund, for that after you have been the perfect Florida Pavilion at the New York
MRS FRANK Josie ZORN,
Folks day supervisor at Martin( ) Memorial her work in aiding Martin County Hunters received sonic friendly gentleman. afield, you should World's Fair needs a remodeling
Hospital, for her civic interest Historical Society and the two lengthy and at times heat ally accepted an amended zoning advice from A. D. Aldrich, director offer to share your game bag with job. It proposed a study of a means
and enthusiasm. Immediate past- museums, and for further volunteer ed, discussion Thursday evening, map of the Hobe Sound suburbanarea I of the Game and Fresh Water the landowner and be sure that of improving the appearance of
On the Go president of the Junior. Woman's Council civic for effort on the Advisory Martin County Planning and Zoning subject to further consider ;Fish Commission, that their manners you clean his game first so that the tower,
Jonathan Dickinson
Club of Stuart, she is acting this State Park. Mrs Stokes not only Commission declined to withdraw ation of some details of AlA zoning I on location often tunes go along
,
PEOPLE make Martin County year as Christmas parade chair., does good things but the also! 1 its recommendation to the at Gulfstream Nursery. way toward landowner re Call Us forEXPERT I
is also" A.. .
what it /it-and it's. wonderful man-a big, big job. She recognizes others who do them, I county Commission that the WilLiam Some seventy Hobo Sound residents ceptions. /)

county. Each week we list some and active other in the civic Presbyterian organizations.Church The I' and calls attention to their good J. Leonard property in Hobe were present at the meeting, gates"Plus left the age-old, fences problem torn down of, ..LJAJnAQ1" "' .
open
of the folks whom we consider deserving works with appreciated letters to Sound be zoned R T to theestablishment
I I Zorns have four daughters, Susan, his permit mainly concerned with the sanitation / woods set afire, and livestock endangered
of for their contributions : newspaper. Why don't you I of
praise mobile home
Karen, Debbie and and a "
Cynthia follow and situation in the proposed Aldrich said, 'we now
suit "
to our area's growth and suggest some worthy I subdivision. Specialists; in
reside on Madison! Avenue in Stu mobile home subdivision, since have a new and more poisonous
: recipients of in fur
I its civle weal. Suggestions from art. Josie does all her own house ther columns? bouquets The Planning Commission also sanitation problems have croppedup plague This is the 1964 model littcrburg -
J readers for future bouquets" are work, including ironing those frilly I declared out ot its jurisdiction minimum in other parts of the community who has become the 'DESIGN'CONSTRUCTION
welcome' ./ little dresses. We have been un- I lot requirements to obviate particularly the elementary scourge of all civilization."
s abl to determine what the does in MRS. RALPH W. HARTMAN I central Sewage systems in such schooL
"We all know about the litter- .
MRS. ANDREW (Milly) BER- her "spare" timel! SR., Mary to her hundreds 0 f I subdivisions, on the basis that its MAINTENANCE
They draw Some of i
appeared to considerable bug u s unknowingly
friends, for her loyal and continuing .
.
KEY may now wear a complimentary I recommendation had been amended
satisfaction from qualify and of unknowingly ,'s. e SUPERVISION
efforts on behalf of Stuart an assurance some us -
corsage for contributing I by the County Commission,
MRS. ROSALEEN MURRAY by Bell and Zoning Commission close the door to be invited
$500!) to the current Girl Scouts Woman Club through so many I and that for further : Phone 287-1918
(this i is Ladies' Week) for her fine Mary Hartman has held any request I Chairman Joe Creenloas, that, back A landowner seldom has any
funds drive and graciously years. should
agree work in supervising the Stuart I amendments go before that t whatever the minimum size of a lot left when he finds that
just about ottice m the patience HARDY PLANTS SOLD RETAIL
ing to act as co-chairman with every I body
Chamber of Commerce office, of
might be, septic tanks instead of hunters have scattered refuse all
I Woman Club, served on j just
David B. Irons The drive started
which she is manager Rosalcen, about conceivable committee After accepting County Engi a central sewage system! would only over his place and have desecratedthe LANDSCAPE
and her assistants, have every neer Fred Bell's recommendation, I be "
always -and she's still in there ) permitted alter strict Inspection landscape
pitthing
the latchstring out for Stuart's For she headed the that the depth of certain R-3A lou, by both health authorities and The commission director, blaming PELICAN AND NURSERY
For Beauty many visitors and not even the anti-polio years drive here. A veteran abutting on the west side of U. S'I' the county engineer's department much of the trouble on "plain IDOI ROU, PALM CITY
Encyclopedia Britannica should be news reporter, she has covered 1-be -extended_, -__,u_the_ commission. >> fin working independently._ unthinking carelessness! ,"' admon
asked of the
to answer some flues- '
more meetings than could
ions posed to them, such as: "How you
shake a stick at and she has a
much farther is Florida?
deep human appreciation of people -
But the greatest tribute to
I MRS. DOROTHY PIERCE for Mary and her late husband, Ralph
i the way she has "kept on top" of Stuart's beloved postmaster! until Newest DOLL in TOWN!Iit
I the manifold details of all the paper his passing, happens to be four BrowardDRUG
work involved in a county sons-Jack and Ralph of Stuart;
that hat doubled twice in size and Donald, an executive with EMO T
In activities since she first took Chemical in New York to' .t
Company ;
i office Dorothy really holds down City; and Brady, now in medical STORES Here's T .
two big jobs, county clerk and school at Miami. Mary is also a lS.
clerk of the Circuit Court, not to grandmother eleven times which ffim**
mention keeping track of all the means to old timers that the MacDonald -
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other lesser departments in the line (her dad, J. B was '-
county She deserves a standingvote Stuart's first mayor)) is going?to be .:. Lovable doll in exclusive originals '
of thanks from, Martin Coun around here for a long long time. 47 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD
,
I II AT 7-1737
ty's 22,000 (or is it 23,0007)) residents Take a bow, Mary. HIGH FASHION WARDROBE
f for the fine job she and her We Reserve the Right to limit Quantities M
: assistants! are doing but, if we by OLEG
I That Is You... I MRS. VCE CHAMBERS, now
of Hobe Sound, but for ;
I GA STORAGE in the electrical business many with years her REGULAR 98* REGULAR 4.86 1.35-BofHe 100'* CASSINI I 2 9 8 0

husband Ted in Stuart, for her
PelicanBeauty WAREHOUSE service on Martin County Boardof VICKS t COMDEXVITAMINS EMPIRIN 12 INCH POLL S
Public Instruction, in which FULLY DRESSED

Storage by the she ably represents not only her Unique and oh 10 .w..t Tina I.l tha only high faihion
Salon I district but all the schools. Vee Formula-44 I I COMPOUND doll. Sh.'. r.oliMIe, ptrl.ctly pr poftion.d, a r.ol joy la T
Day Week is rich In memories of Stuart and play with. A truly, Incomparobl valual' Tina tome fully
Hobe Sound's historical backgroundand diM..d, htod-to-to, in an enchanting Caumi craotion.
Evenings by Appointment Month Year she could write a book about Cough Syrup with add.d.fC' 3 j
.1 the people and events she has Raund-Th.-Clock WARDROBE
Myrtle dark USED FURNITURE A known here-but is devoting her BROWARD PRICE 8ROWARD PRICE 1.98 O ua C
A
APPLIANCES time to making things better for OUR LOW PRICE .a. wa1
11$ OSCEOLA AT 74484 ALA. GOLDEN GATE the young people of tomorrow. PL'N

v 69* 329 g
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I MRS M. P. NELSON for her
I yeoman work on behalf of publicizing I IB691fNEh
MERCURY COMET FOR "65"New I Martin Memorial Hospital
Auxiliary's "Chrixtmas Tree Lane" < P
bazaar project, of which you will a
REGULAR 89' 14 OZ, REG. 1.50 / 1 a n
read moro elsewhere the Nov, 26
l Big Car Styling and Luxury Ride
News. She is publicity chairman: L
for the fund-raissn, event and ENDEN SETIQUE
1 ( 11 Models in All doing. an excellent Job

3 Different Series Plus Cyclone THE LADIES God blew them, SHAMPOOIHtttWtllit Hair Setting rDle0RIN0 / M TE

deserve many more bouquets thud aA[ iNy
; See WiemNowAt we have been able to accord them L6tlOM r..y ANRAe ldgieN NVMIA7 1pUA10 JJNk 'DRAND t
t I ItN rORI rRlr[
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\ in this short space today So we'll Iron[
add the thought that well more BROVMRD PRICE aROWARD PRICE MI 11 rn TNA00011 arOAt OrNIND. t DN r+D1Y NOYlaey leINNINO E
than half the good thing going on r ctoaNO l //TUItDAY a asere
Merkle Motors in Martin County are being done by ,, P.rr.gr oeceasea 1,
Inc.YOUR ? rJ r/
Dan ..
the better-half. t t. / .,... ,
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LINCOLN MERCURY COMET DEALER AT LEAST one man deserves : ,,,, ; ; o ", lr e'CtY' ,
recognition this week, so in this ..,,
905 North CoJoadcfAn, Stuart AT 7-1214 bouquet is concealed a diamond- nrrsr.rt?? ?- oN sir Ar ctrr R
encrusted club for the answer to 2 OZ. aeA Trta
REG. 1 1.39 1.00 SHULTON Ctasoq
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of

ItCtttC ( : ( ( (.( ( ( tttCttCt! ( 11.local Mans bridge, who players'did the prayers spade, ,workto 1IIy ."r..f.'ir .,:; :-'to.. Y (IWt't'U

4' put Stuart Duplicate Bridge SWEETAwith Man-Power 1.88 VALue
Club on the map ThIS club I it pure- el sure ; 'r aoo ',-rants
ly figurative, of course, (or not MELE LADIES'JEWELRY ours iiiirp: Ot"" .'U3i. Cn7na
even a gavel is needed to control FREE SPRAY ""31 : 'I'U' '37U1 ::10."
this club yet, anyway, abridge ranef1 JSUJ sere' 4 7.i,,
master for the pant hr'd Y I COOK BOOK DEODORANT ,."" t7114r.. PII7" -arras ]sussurat
I. Isr
Here Now! years, and a former bridge instructor CASE UH3.29U7P lo"f,,: ,'.u, PI'IS.' 41713'? lU.U S
for the Swedish-Amerscan Line, ,, PI1U. + 711'4' _:
has already obtained an American BROWARD PRICE HOWARD PRICE Ivory, Blue/ or Pink steer 071/0 11007 a :e:::i rrw'UU a/ul nu7a, ]7t"suss+.

franchise Contract for the Bridge Stuart League group, 19 "JS4' alt/ra'0"0' / 17'1'It'; "J"140"; :" ;, ; T

"GIBSON which meets every Wednesday evening 117 74 It 1 ".7.a IISt, .Illsrs.y/lio. 't.. 0
Ou of the better at Stuart Youth Center, play ,, rte 0uon s'"'' P. "
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I know brambtChristmas & starting at 7.43: pm. sharp. Jay n"+" r ...
Is a native of New Jersey,who with --.. "37.. R
his English-boun wife, Betty, has

t Cards 2 2i a been former in Florida assistant since curator 1927 in ll"the Is SAYE s24 Star RaudPNDS t:- E

I chemistry department of the University BotTLE
i Greeting of Ilorida. Ha and Mrs. '. Big 6 FOOT ALUMINUM
M Mans, rent five years in Mexico ,
I Cards and eighteen months in Suraiota
before coming to live at Hobe COLD CREAM SYRINGE r Chrfsfmas TREE
I I
Wrapping Sound in May. In a few scant "

I Paper \ t months,Mans been has talking done about what ev.eryone' for POUND JAR G" by FAUlT1ESS r'e d+ .t-: I I8ROWARDPRICE

I. years, start a bridge club in Martin + 12.88 VALUE
Humorous C County, and sixty-tour) and a 9' BROWARDIQW 888 N
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Cards I sixty.two players, respectively, haveavailed I1G.329 ... PRICE
themselves of the Of. ,
mr opportunity t. *'
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of playing in the first two 179 )r-- Bmitlfvt .nin lore. Ii.. aluminum ....with.'" :(\
Plus A Complete Line of Christmas duplicate tournament Keep up '0 .:A- Pen Panic.WilllaiH for yrari .../. >..'..
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Pens in Red, Green and Gold I thIS good work. Jayl I t .. .:: ...:.. ..... .t:::: ,. ZE :T:; --'D1'Y9'Sf3; : ,

BUTCH TAU YhEYDELl'A DLLTA lady Esquire REGULAR 1.530 .49 SylvanSa Set of 25 TWINKLINGi":, A


; S 0 S SOUTHERN OFFICE SUPPLIES Rj Mrs.Butch Volney Buy Icy.P.son Bay of ley,Mr.North and INSTANT CLAIROL FLASH PETITE LIGHTS "" '\ R

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was recently pledged

,I "What IOU need tomorrow, we'll bring today" to Florida Delta Stiiio lau Delta University: fraternity Ho at I Imajoring Is REPTILE Hair Spray BULBS ueylu.fallyguerorln.d|K sow|Mf w, the mss 9 9 a' T

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31 E. Ocean Blvd. Dial 287-<&H I plans to enter citrus management BROWARD LOW PRICE I

j as after graduation. He graduated Shoe Color BigHoz.SizelAGI M2-25 .
from Martin County) High School tt American Greetings
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